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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 6, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898050601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 6, 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. mttm nttotb. VOLUME JY Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Class Matter. . NUMBER 5 I&VnJ&silZrWE ARK MAKING ' LANCASTER, KY., FPIDAY, MAY, I 6. 1898. SRSWSSSf School Klectlou. The Latest. An election will be held Saturday The Lancaster company has been ordered to leave on the 8 otcloe'.c train (tomorrow) for the purpose of selectOF I A ing two trustees for the Graded School. tomorrow (Friday) morning. They will the time of Messrs Ward and llerndon march to the depot, headed by the Lan plring.- - The vote will be taken at caster band. A large crowd will be the school building and will begin Wanted, hens at 5)c per pound. per dozen. II. B. Wanted eggs? atone o'clock in the afternoon. We present to see the boys off. v- B. Northcott. ave heard of no opposition to these This season, and have one of the Northcott. Key West, 11 a. m. The American gentlemen, and there should be none. Wanted, all the eggsl can get, at 8c. ever G. S. Gaines handles tli3 genuine best and most complete lines forces while landing Cuban supplies at They arc thoroughly competent and per dozjn. It. A. Stone Urown Cultivator. shown in Lancaster. We keep evone of the Cuban provinces this morn- - attended to the duties faithfully. Large line of line harness cheap, g were attactel by the Spaniards. erything in this line and can please Sjc J. IS. .Jennings' line of shirts and Prices Lower than Ever. neckwear before you buy. W. J. Unmans Carriage Co. he insurgents fought in conjunction Tailor made suits at S12.50 to S30. you in both price and quality. and route 1 the Satisfaction or no pay. You have paid See .1. B. Jcnningo' line of samples A fine line of Harness and Saddlery with the Americans Call and examine this line before before you have your spring suit madev suits that were not Spaniards, killing 50 and wounding CO. 812 for ready-mad- e at Haselden's, at lowest prices. good as Wanamaker and Brown's purchasing elsewhere. 1 p. m. Hie cab'.c to Manilla is still Headquarters for Decring Binders, A. Beazley & Co. have a large and J. suits at S3, and their suits at S'J.53 and We also have an elegant line of Mowers an 1 threshing machines at G handsome line of wall paper. Prices severed and no tidings have been re $11.50 are equal to other $15 suits, be- S. Gair.es. Dewey. Several relief ceived from to suit the people. and beautiful in design ships arc being loaded with coal and and finish. The suits at $13.50 and $15 V.gs rc Hatching. Rev. George O. Barnes has offered usually sell for $18 and $20, and thru From prize wining Black Minorcas his hcui3 on Sanibol Island, to the other supplies to be sent him. $20 suit is the same of quality, sucl. R. L. Elkin 15 eggs for 1,03. government for a hospital. 1:30 p. m. It is believed that Samp- suits usually selling for $23. A com To which we invite an inspection. son s licet wnicn weni 10 liico parison of goods will prbve that you Wc arc daily receiving a handsome ISoui-hoSteam I.aumlry. ill save some dollars by giving me ill bombard the Spanish fleet and at- line of furniture, cheaper than ever Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Jas. A. Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave j'our shown to Lancaster people. mpt to carry out instructions of the your order. M. D. IIuoiiks, Agent. IJeizley & Co. tf orders at Sweeney's store. ashington war board to annihilate District AV. C. T. U. T.iiol; To Your Interest. Spain's fleet before invading Cuba. The annual meeting of the Eighth War map, 2Sx21 inches of Cuba, the buggies on the mar District W. C. T. U. will be held in Best World, West Indies, &c, 20c each, if 17. an caster on the 17th, 18th and 19th ket at J. B. Ely's Paint Lick, Ky. Gen- by mail 22c Send for one. J. C. Contest in Elocution, Stan ford June W. I. William?, Col. W.G. Welch. eral repairing and horseshoeing a Tnompson. Dr. Grant will Le at Buckeye, next of this month. Wc will have Volney Lancaster. N Stanford. 3m. Cushing, the celebrated lecturer, from specialty. Give us a trial. Tuesday. Maine, for night of 19th. Mrs. Beau- Discharged; Danville .Steam Laundry. WELCH WILLIAMS, Smith & Currcy, Agents for Danville Judge Burnside discharged Lem Fine Tennessee strawberries at II. clnmp, state president, will be pres- Northeotts Saturday. t and deliver an address during the White, ''Frog Eye," the colored toy Steam Laundry. We ship every day. meeting. who shot his for whipping The best two horse wagon on the We send y and deliver A grand gold "medal contest, the "Frog's" mimmy. The wounded ne- market at G. S. Gaines'. , Law, Satisfaction guaranteed. Work called first ever held in the state of Ken gro is getting well. tf for and delivered. Fresh fish received daily, no charge tucky, will take place one evening du I have just returned from the city or cleaning. II B. Northcott;' ring the meeting. LANCASTER, KY. For Sale or Kent. with a complete line of Summer MilliBailroads will grant reduced fare. I will cither sell or rent my resi- nery and will sell them as cheap as any Wanted, car load of Iron, Bones and full delegation is earnestly desired dence. It is in good repair and in a town. Please call. Mrs. A. S. Has- Rags. II. B. Northcott and a cordial invitation extended to good neighborhood. For particulars Ky. elden, Bryantsville the public in general. call on either W. II. Kinnaird or myIi. Jennings is headquarters for Mrs. May R. Patteksojt, Pres't. self. Marv K. Weisiger. Premium s', ladies' and children's fine shoes: Mks. Rob't.. Ei.kix, SecV. Wanamakcr & Brown are giving JSusiuc.ss Change. Sunday on "Battle Row." Wanted, 20,000 pounds of wool, will each customer from S3 to $5, in the Messrs. Warren Slavin and John L. 11. u. price of suits, as the customer saves pay Highest maricot price. Sunday Belle Griffin and Mary Den D ty have bought the stock of goods X much and gets a perfect fit Northcott ny, two soiled doves of Battle Row, s of W in. Wallace at Point Lcavell, and that M. D. Hughes, Agent. bifllenlty in which the latter v. i'J continue the business at the old You can sec the best, cheapest and had a stand. The new firm is compossd of largest line of vehicles ever seen in as badly slashed with a knife. 1 he l'libllc Sale of Town Lots. ounded woman is in a precarious h lers who will run an I will on the 10th day of May offer Lancaster at W. J. Romans Carriage Co. condition. The Gritlin woman is store. for sale several nice building lots il and will not be tried until there is Marshal Walker says the negroes ion.-- Kimatvay. Terms made known on day of sale c.iangc in her victim s condition. ere on a general teas bunuay ana, A handsome gray mare, driven by Sale begins at 10:30 o'cl ock. On the same day Theodore Young ju Iging from the foregoing items, he is B. F. Walter. Rice bengf, rjn away on the Public BEAZLEY&BAUGHHAH. shattered a beer bottle over the crani about right. Square this afternoon, throwing Mr. um of Liza Ried, also a denizen of the Kvent of the Season. Bcnge violently to the ground antl I will close out my entire line of Jhute." The woman is a terror to FUNERAL DIRECTORS, The Music Festival to be held breaking his left leg. lie was removchildren's knee pant suits at net cost the other negroes living down there ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM- ed to his residence on Depot street Louisville on May 9, 10, and 11 should Call an I see them before buying. and no one seems to blame Theodore b3 well patronized by the people wlure the physicians arc now attendJ. B. Jennings. or smashing her. BALMING a SPECIALTY. Kentucky and Southern Indiana. It is ing him. At this writing the doctors Stewart Humber and his wife, also an enterprise that commends itself tos T. Evans has the largest Sam have not ascertained whether it will f this same notorious settlement, were as to those me of of music, &c. be necessary to amputate the leg. T..e all loversinterested as well general de- brought buggies and phaetons ever n joying a pleasant jag and Humber in the to Lancaster. Save your or b:eak was below the knee and is a bad who are struck the woman in the head with velopment of Louisville and the sur. ders for him. one. The mare and bugy were something, almost knockiug out an rounding territory. Company at Danville. eye. Lapt. li w. LiUard is organizing a Greatly Discouraged. company of State Guards at Danvdle The band boys are very mr:ch dis and is receiving many enlistments. couraged over the tact that the peo Eph is an old state guardsman and ple would not patronize the Heywood .ie millitary man. lie orgainized the entertainment and thus help them to Owsley Rifles in Lancaster several buy uni.'orms, and other necessary years ago and had it ranknig among equipments for their organization the firit in the state. he band has never refused to plaj' for anything the people wanted, and Held In $500. It took all of Saturday to hear the uring the summer time has given one, concerts Come and look our stock of Hats, Shoes, Clothing and Gent's Furnishings which proof in the case against Porter Wear- - and sometimes two, free invested a en charged with the killing of Grant week. The bjys have s embraces the NEWEST and MOST COMPLETE assortment and LOW PRICES ever Leavell, wh!ch occurred last county much in the instruments seen court day. A great many witnesses they use that they do not feel like sink Central Kentucky. were examined and the testimony con ing any more money in the band. They fl cted on several points. Wcaren was lost about $15 on the Hey woods, and sum of SjOO, which was arc now deliberating as to whether hs.d in the they will throw up the sponge and promptly given. quit. Had the Heywcol show been fraud, the boys would not feel sore, Awful. In the last ten days Battle Bow, Lan but as they made a heavy guarantee has not commenced "but our Cannonading against high prices has, and as seeing is caster's negro settlement, has certainly to get it, knowing its superb ranking, been on the war path. Since last Mon they can't help but feel that their ef "believing" an inspection of our ALL WOOL suits day it" has been the seme of a killing, forts count for naught. a serious cutting, a shooting, one wo Patriotic Lancaster Girls. man kneeled insenible with a beer We, the ladies of Lancaster, who so bottle, and anothers eye knocked out. $5.00, our lot of $7.50 suits French perfection, be overwhelmingly licited subscriptions to purchase To say that this is a disgrace to any I faced and satin piped, our $10.00 Company Banner for the brave boys convincing. With Children and community is putting itmiddly, indeed who enlisted for the Cuban war, line, our $15.00 and $16.50 suits Boys suits over $2.50 we give a cap, Dewey could shell this having If commodore baen informed that the flag for settlement it would hs a which embody the quintessence of "belt, "ball and "bat. would be of no practical use, and Lancaster. wishing the entire company (both ofli cers and privates), to share alike the Not 'Til the 15th. 1 he new train service will not be funds which represent our efforts in put on until the 15th. A general their behalf, have deemed it both wise change o' time will go into effect all and expedient to place to the credit of over the L & N.J on that day and that said company, in the Citizens National why the delay In jrivine us the Bank of Lancaster, to be known as trains was made. We had no way o reuet Junu, tne amount oi money finding out about the trains as no one which has been contributed to be used withint reach knew anything about it, for the relief of the unfortunate sick and we published the statement that or wounded. Hoping to thereby estab they would be put on the 1st from ru lish a nucleus which will be liberally our prices shoes have dropped the reach of Leathers, Wil mor. We hive written to headquar supplemented by the citizens of the ters, and the next information will be various counties represented by youn low Calf, Light colored Tan ("the very latest), can be "bought FINE men in said company. straight. QUALITY low prices our house. Shoes "bought from us Misses Dove Harris, Jennie Burn New Telephone to Danville. side. Alberta Anderson, Maggie Tom $2.50 up are shined by us; Free. The new telephone line to Danville linson. Altie Marksbury, Nell Marrs, was put in operation luesaay, ana Mary Burnside, May Hughes, Mary Col. llugheF, of the Gilcher Hotel Miller, Committee. called up J he Kecokd oflico and ex The Royal is tb highest grade btkiaf pawJf tended us an invitation to take dinner Iumwsv Actual tests show it goes and we-cashow you a most complete stock of Straw Hats ranging with him. This gives two excellent prices from third farther tfcsa aay ethar hr aat lines to Danville, and we can now stand in our office and converse with the go 3d people of Little Britain. These connections are of inestimabl value, as a vast amount of business transacted betwocn the two cities. SPECIALTY IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. v M3 f WASH GOODS. Our line of "Wash. Goods, consisting of Organdies, Dimities, &c. is very attractive. We are showing many handsome patterns and you would do well to call and examine them "before making your purchases. all-wo- LAP DUSTERS, WHIPS, FLY NETS J. R. Haselden. Lancaster, Ky. home-mad- e Ribbons. We are showing a very extensive line of Ribbons, "both, in plain and fancy, suitable for trimming and sashes. . S I step-fath- Attorneys at arpets. We have nice line samples of Carpets and are selling them very cheap. We can take your orders and deliver them on short notice. All business attended to promptly. Premiums. We have quite a large line of premiums on exhibition at our store which, we give away with $5.00, $10.00, $15.00 and $20.00 purchases. Call and See them. Si-- i The LOGAN DRY GOODS CO. P urnilure, Caijets, Lancaster, Ky. WHILE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR THE in OREGON at first-clas- in TIB CANNONADING AniKt will HAVANA at For the Army. Several Government officials were Nic3 lot of shades jus t received. R here this week and accepted about A. Stone. twenty-si- x horses bought for Uncls Tl e Sam by Robinson & Hamilton. From this date 1 must sell for cash. prices ranged from $50 to $30. R. A. Stone. Contest at AValnutta. Summer Lap Dusters and Whips, at A trold medal contest will b3 held at Haselden's. Walnutta, Tuesday evening. May 10th. Large line of carpet samples Come Good speakers will take part and a ively contest is expected. The Paint and get choice. R. A. Stone. V' Lick band will furnish music. Doom The greatest Disc Harrow on the open at u:oU o ciock. i.escrveu seats market, at G. S. Gaines'., on sale at Fish's drug store, Paint Lick. All tickets are the same, 25 cts. Will go to but by buying your ticket in advance Wanted, Veal Calves. country and buy. H. B. Northcott. you secure your seat. Go to the depot with the boys. I i gods-sen- d Commadore Dewey has Turnpike Contracts. The Fiscal Court convened on Mon service insured. day, and opened the bids for putting metal on the several sections of turn The City Council should send for pike, as previously announced. Many Commodore Dewey and have him bom bids were opened at prices ranging bard Battle Row. from $4.25 to $7 05 per rod. The low est bid accepted was $4.25 and the av Remember the main part of business erage about $0 per rod. The prices 5o tn nnv vnnr accounts at the "end" are low enough, and the roads will bj of the month. R. A. Stone. X kept in good condition. Office Telephone to Danville. at Lancaster Exchange. Prompt M the Spanish all.' Patent all Fleet But in within at at in Manila Has Been Bombarded! in :: Our Monarch Shirts S soft "bosom with detached puffs will come in naxt waak, sd hoj3 save your orders un til you get d look at them. L an & Robinson. Kalderg In Boyle, e nearest Huston ville, on The the Danville and Husfonille turnpike was raided Friday night, and the ra ers left a note threatening to use dyn amite should the gate be replaced, Some one has suggesjed that the raiders be esBtared and sent to the Caban war.' bat 'twould be foolish do this. People who will sneak cbout at night ;te accomplish their purpose could aei ke pulled into a war with team 'of ex en. toll-gat- IT POWDER AfeMrmttyMra soval MNM reweea eo., Supper. The lleywootls. The ladies of Bettis neighborhood The Hey woods appeared at the will eive a supper, at Herrings school Court House Saturday night, and evehouse Saturday May the 14th. Admiss ryone present says they gave the best ion 15 and, 25 cents. entertainment ever presented in Lan caster. Mr. ney wood is far above the of wheat at average in his line, and is a whole A man sold 1,500 b ushels was show by himself. The violin solo by $1.03 per bushel (on a credit,) he worth 81.500, but didant leave a cent. Miss Dresher. the singing of Mr. Do you "catch on"? Solution: I need and the piano playing of Miss what you owe me, even though it bj Steele was pronounced by competent only $1.00. See. R. A. Stone, x julges to be of an unusually high order. The Record takes great pleas A Growing Business. ure in recommending the Heywoods. Compare qualities and prices and They give an entertainment which is bay a suit of me. I have goods, kveby worth double the price they charge. tubead being wool, at $8, 810 and tip JaclcAstor, Esq. to $4 J. My sales are growing every Recently the ministers and congre W. JJ. hughes, Ag u season. gations have been trreatly annoyed at O. & C. Change. the nnion meeting by young men get-effect on tin up and leaving the house after the A new time card went into the Queen and Crescent Sunday. All services had commenceed. Sunday ccommodations were taken off on night Etd. Gowen spoke of this nuis Sundays and on that day the fast ance. He asked the congregation to trains will do the local work. The see the oat evening accomodation now arrives at paraded ltaaarlandHn sairl peculiar shape tlipw fil Intra Danville fifteen minutes earlier, ana rt long ears which flop backward have noon accommodation from the and forward when they walk. The the north ten minutes earliar. There are Record has secured a splendid like The cor ness of one of these fellows. Here ha nr. nthnr material chan?ea is: rected schedule is as follows: y, !' WORTH BOUND. Number 10 (Dally except 8nnrty)....69 a. except cuuuujj.... a y. riamoer o Numoer ivuiyj sia- 4:17 p.m. Number 3 (don't stop) SOUTH BOUIC9. mhr Nnmber l (don't atop) Nassber 9 (Osily exeept8m4ay i 11 :4 a. jisnmaer a ijuasusut Bag; )..... 7 5". p. m. ia j. CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY War Bulletins. 1,0 VIS Z,ASJ3RA.V, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. SONK Months. YrAB, IX ADVANCE. " " .. .& .2." . FiUDAY, May 0, 1S0S FO:t CONGRESS. McCREARY. We arc authorized to announce Hon. James P. McCbraky, of Madison county, a candidate for Congress In tin-MCongressional District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. au ordinary citizen about The War e it has advertised for 100,000 pairs oc sho s. Blanco at Havana is said to bj preparing f r at least one despsrate bit-ti- c before giving up. The population is on the verg of revolt. 1 he situation in Madrid and throughout Spain has become serious. Reports have rcache l (Jibr. liar that in spite of martial law the mobs have become desperate, that Morjt, ".he Colon a Minister, has bicn threatened wi h assassination and that Sapasta has en compelled to take rifuge in a foreign embassy. While these reports the direct news lick tat is allowed to come from Madrid shows a serious state o; affairs. confi-matio- PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH Mastic Mised Paint. OR THE BEST BRANDS OF White Lb ad Bii ill First Lieutant : ; Oil. We are Glad to Sell Either. McROBERTS' DRUG STORE. hi Orders taken for all Foreign orDoimstic 3Iagiz:nes or Newspapers fOi N M. FARRA. Capt Sam M. Duncan. M. L. Yocum, Cameron, Pa., says "I The State W. C. T. U. petitioned Gov. THOMPSON We announce J. B. Thompson a Bradluy to allow no whisky sold in or was a sufferer for ten years, trying all by the Demcandidate for On April 13, Slid MtKee Duncan, of this city, received authority from Gov. kinds of piles remedies, but without near the camps at Lexington. ocratic party for Representative iu ConDaWitt's Witch Hazel Salve Bradley to raise a company of volunteers to j iin the regular army for service Col, Gaither, commanding the Sec success, gress from this the 8th district. recommended to me. I used one in the war with Spain. In less than forth - eight hours from that time Mr. Jno. Ji.Stout. E.W. Iallard. ond llegiment, has been presented was box. It has effected a permanent cure.' with a magnificent war horse by the more than enough signers to his master roll to form i As a permanent cure for piles DeWitt's Duncan had received Tiik Spanish gunners should consult citizens of I'arrodsburg. an occulist. Witch Hazel Salve has no equal. company, rue company was oruereu to Lexington, ma piace oi mooiiizj.iiun, Every man between the ages of fif S tormes' Drug Store. lm and will leave on a special train for that point early this (Friday) morning The Spaniards are expcrs as liars. teen and fifty has been proclaimed for Mr. Duncan will e elected Captain, John M. Farra, 1st Lieutentaut and C. G. What splendid American politicians millitary duty in the province of Santi MARKSBURY. officers will be appointed "Wherritt 2ud Lieutenant. The ago de Cuba, under penalty of death. they would make. will be lettered "C" and be in the Second regiment Fol It is stated by military men in a po Henry Parker sold to II. D. Aldridge later on. The compay Tin: Spaniard possesses all the points rtion to know, that the mobilization five shoats at 3 4 cents. lowing is a list of those composing the company, and their ages. poliwhich go to make an of the Kentucky troops at Lexington 33 23 Lawrence, Geo B Cyrus Daly sold to C. A. Robinson 3 Aldridge, Hugh These requisites arc lying, will bring not less than S30D.030 to tician. 22 22 Leforce, Wm hogs at $3 25 per hundred. Barclay, J. M. treachery, ingratitude and selfish- that city. 21 25 Lynn, Joe G News is scarce in this community. Benge, Andrew ness. 27 18 McKlnms, Thos The Spanish soldiery has now assunr with the exception of war news. A Bouer, Speed F. 19 23 McGrath, R A ed a bullying attitude and threatened Bourne, Wm passports riven the Snanish to kill every Cuban man and to outrage number of our brave boys have enlist Bi ackett, W Tin: 29 29 Marksbury.Wm J ed in the army, and many mothers Minister at Washington, said that gen' everv Cuban woman left in Havana :- -: 23 30 Moore, Richard Buckley, R T and sweethearts are sad. tlemcn was "about to travel in for when the bombardment begins. 23 32 Mullins S M Farmers take notice. Don't give Burdett, Nelson eign countries." Uncle Sam should 21 21 Napier, Isham Leading diplomatic representatives any order lor wire fence or fencing llunn, Jas now isnc one stating "the Spanish 23 42 Newland, A L of foreign countries say Spanish de- - machines until you see L. B. Hughes. Burnside, A L a: my an I navy is about tcl travel 25 25 n Parks, Clarence Carter, J M reat at Manila is not likely to who handles the best on the market in a hotter country." 2G 19 Parsons, Frank European intervention, and that Spain Call on or address L. B. Hughes, Marks Cates, Henry 21 22 Preston, Harry must take her medicine or sue for bury, Garrard County Ky., or leave Cheatham, Jeff Every American soMier who goes peace. 20 Preston, II T IS orders with J. R Haselden Lancaster, Cooley, Wm to Cuba will wear an aluminum tag ' 25 20 Pritchett, Jno II Cordier, Jno The Senate has passed a bill to en Kentucky. for identification, bearing his name, 22 27 Frank, Jas Pritchett, Oliver to co M. L. Aldridge and son, Joe, of command and home address. This list 10,000 yellow fever immunes 22 37 Purcell, J D operate with General Gomez in driving Rrodhead, visited relatives here last Creed, Tyra ' precaution is taken against the possi 23 22 Raines, U G the Spanish from Cuba. These will week Mrs. Susan Johnson, of Bur Davis Lewis bility of unmarked graves down there. 27 21 Reynolds, EX Daly, Tilden The aluminum tag will also serve as a probably be among the first troops to gin, visited her neice, Mrs. James Her Davis, Nelson 22 35 Roberts, Jas invade the Island. ring, last week. Mrs. Wm. Anderson Duncan, E valued memento of the war in Cuba. 19 24 Robinson, Harry A little boy asked for bottle of "get of Oklahoma City, Ok., is visiting her Dunn, Lenord 2C 19 Root, A D Jr in the morning as fast as you can." parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kemper. Fielder, Major One of the wisestacts of Mr. McKin- - up 23 27 Rucker, Wm B Mrs. O. S. Williams and Miss Eliza lcy was the appointment of General the druggist recognized a household 22 26 Saufley, Rowan Fish, Egbert Fitzhugh Lee as a Brigadier General. name for , 'De Witt's Little Early Williams, of Burgin, visited Mrs. H Forbes, J W 3) 30 Shearer, CM D. Aldridge, last week. Rev. W. M. The President should appoint only Risers." and gave him a bottle of those 27 20 Sheares, Jno B Forester AS TO men of military learning and training, famous little pill for constipation sick Kuykendall left Tuesday for Norfolk, Frazer, S II 25 31 Sherrow, Jack and not place the lives of our men in headache, liver and stomach troubles. Va., to attend the Southern Baptist Gaines, Joe 25 21 Simpson, Marion Conventior, which meets at that place. Gallaher, J C lm the hands of broken down politicians, Stormes' Drug Store. 20 19 Slaughter, Jno W Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Burdett, srea who, more than likely, ought to be in 18 20 Gooch, L C Smith, Clarence An exodus has begun from Santiago Sunday with their parents, Mr. and the penitentiary. 20 25 Smith, Luther the Spanish soldiery threatening to Mrs. T. D. Chcsaut, of Boyle. Mr. and Hale. Robt 23 Hall, V II Sutton, Harvey kill Every Cuban man and outrage Mrs. F. K. Sutton, Miss Lillie 20 37 Thorpe, G II It is amusing to read reports of the every Cuban woman left thers when Booth, attended the dedicationand Mr. Hall W C of the Howe J W 24 19 alleged prominent positions occupied the blockade begins. Large stores of Terpen, Wm Baptist church at Preachersville, Sun Howe W L 29 23 by newspaper boats in the recent na food in private hands have bceu seized. Walker, C J day. Mr. S. S. Yantis, wife and son Hurt, 20 23 val engagements. Some of the dai Fourteen hundrcn soldiers are iu the Walker, Wm D Ed TO 22 19 lies lie about this almost as recklessly hospital. New defenses are being Elijah, of Winchester, and Mrs. W. M Hutchius, Milt Warren Ashby Gulley, of Lexington, returned home 19 as they do over their circulation. The added in the harbor. Wheeler, Edgar Jackson, Jno 2i after a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs, Kerby, Kirk reports of the fights are splendid, it is 25 21 White, Harris The Queen Regent of Spain has ap' Wm. Lear. 35 18 White II D tru, but to read the reporter's story pealed to the Czar to assist Spain in Kinnainl, Herbert of his whereabouts would almost lead the conflict with the United States. 21 21 Wood, Jesse Kuhlraan, C T Another Case of liheumatlsm Cured by one to believe that the battleships had The Czar replied that while he sympa Chamberlain's Fain Ilalni. toj steam around the quill-- 1 river's thized with Spain, he does not consider My son was afflicted with rheuma A HERO OF THE NAVY. JUDGE OWSLEY'S GALLANTRY. washing tub in order to get a shot at the time yet ripe for Russian diplo tism which contracted his right limb the enemv. matic or millitary interventian, but until he was unable to walk. After An Interesting Story of His Frednmina S. HEA ZLEY, Young the Sole Survivor of the Tali, that he will do whatever is possible at using one and a half bottles of Cham ting Characteristic as told by Battleship Huron. The threatened practice of making the proper time. A Stanford Lady. , berlain's Pain Balm he was able to be Should know taat tJio commanding ollicers out of a lot of "Old Tlmu" Remedy, Three noted Sioux chiefs have offer about again. I can heartily recom Teeth filled and extracted with Lieut. Lucien Young, a Casey county broken down politicians and others out pain. Crown ami Kri.lie Stanford, April SO. These days of ed to each lead a regiment of their mend it to persons suffering from boy, of the United States Navy, is the Wort a SDeclaltv. Office over J. K. llaaelden i who have no qualifications for the wars and rumors of wars are bringing hardware store, noxt to Court House, Lancayoung men against bpain. 'Iney say rheumatism. John Snider, Freed, Cal sole survivor of the wai s tip Huron, place whatever, is, indeed, both dan ster, Ky. they want to pay Spain back for dis houn Co., W. Va. For sale by R. E. which was wrecked at Nagg's Head, to the surface rominescences from m gerous and disgusting. The placing covering America and taking their McRoberts. W7 off the coast of South Carolina, Nov. ny old people who encountered the lm of some one, who has no military country g ORGANIZED 1883. waves of tha fathomless from them. All they ask is 21th, 1877. The big man of war was knowledge whatever, to command .,- - a sea of trouble given rise to by the for the government to take them BUCKEYE. swept into the breakers during a terST1 f soldiers, is almost murder. Now "mur loose. across the gulf and turn PIT1MS HATIOM BAM, rible gale, and w hen she went to piec- bloody civil war, which will remain in der' is putting it pretty strong, but The Sioux will do the rest them Frying chickens are on the market, es over a hundred men went down to their memories as long as life lasts. It U OF ST. say these soldiers get into an engage Some of our farmeis are through death, which made it the m ist disas- is a frequent occurrence to read in the Secretary Quesada, of the Cuban ment; they will have to do what the daily papers a story relating to "about trous accident in the history of the politician-office- r $100,000 Capital, says; the latter has Legation at Washington, says Gen. planting corn. the time the war was in progress. Joseph Simpson sold to J. B. Robin American navy. never studied military maneuvers. Blanco's effort to raise Cuban con Surplus Fund 13,000 scripts will prove futile. It is believ son, a ouncn oi suoats at $3.15 per In the height of the storm, Lieut. and now "Aunt Mollie" Nunnelley and commands the men to take some Young, an officer named Conway and the estimable wife of Lincoln's big step by which they are nearly all kill ed that the seat of the Cuban Civil hundred. trader, Phillip P. Nunnelley, tells with : Is tho fcont for Vfrsi't 7ril;s. BUSINESS SOLICITED. .top' ? a ed by the enemy what is that but Government will be established at or The long looked for steamboat cam the quartermaster risked their lives in infinite pleasure how the late lament-e- l Mrre.TCl.iritlesinrcuiril.Mans. Co ft.ou- K Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed taken f:r;.bsa;iuiLf:a'iit Iwfo Cii'.j-- : murder? Any one with a thimbleful near Matanzas soon with a view to at last, to the mouth of Sugar Creek, a catamaran to carry a line ashore. Judge Mike U. Owsley upon one I'lantcrs "Md Tit:" SixrUIiS Iu.v . SIOO- l'.. of sense knows this is not right l$ut advancing recognition of indepen Sunday, taking passengers to High The cigar shaped boat was simply a occasion rescued her from a perilous President J. M. tost for t wont v year-?f toy in the boiling surf, but after swimthose possessed with appointing pow dence. Bridge and back for 50 cents. Lrwia Y. Lkavsll situation in the midst of the war times "laCfi'.ryby Ncwrfp icprl'ml oCo ".t ming and pushing it the tired men There has been a decided change in er are most always under the thumb B. F. HUDSOM Cashier R. L. Brown, cf Waddy, visited rela of the '00s. Mr. and Mrs. Nunnelley the tone of the German papers in the tives here this week. Mrs. John Train finally reached land. Notwithstand- were residing in Pulaski county, of politicians and are mere tools. W. O. RIOXZT Assistant Casli'r For sale by E. R McEoborts.Lancaster ing their exhausted condition they last few days. From radical hostility er and Miss Georgia Hunter, of Nicho Bookkeeper miles this side of Somerset CD. Walkik station, manHexry Wattkrson thinks war with they have adopted a distinctly friendly lasville, were guests of Miss Sallie B. broke into a where a Mr. Lewis now ned a boat and succeeded in saving a on the farm DIRECTORS: Spain will be worth all it costs this tone towards America and the gov Ray, Sunday. Mr. Trainer left Mon Col. Frank Wolford's daring When the Huron went lives. flesiraMe in J.H.HloaiKBOTBAX, LEWia Y. LSAYXIA, country. lie made this observation in ernment assures Uncle Sam that strict day for the war. Ebb Dickerson at few men. regiment of cavalry, of which Judge EverytMna: new T.M.Arnold, J. 3. Johnson, the course of an interview, in which neutrality will ba observed. Most of tended the dedication of the Baptist down Lieut Young walked until he M. H. Owsley was the Captain, was in B. F. Hudson. H.C. Arnold, Jb. he commended the resolutions adopt- these papers, however, predict a long church at Preachersville, Sunday. Mr. found a telegraph station and sent the camp in the suburbs of Somerset, as SPUING AND details to Washington. Naturally the lxx.Gibbs, J. J. WALKS ed by Congress, writes a Chicago cor war. and Mrs. John Adams visited W. M was also CoL Bramlett's troop. One created a Jacob Y. Robinson. respondent of the St. Louis Glob; If the State Guards enlist as regu Burton and familv, Sunday. Miss Liz news Young was tremendous sensation, day a soldier of tne latter regimeat SUMMER the hero of the hour. Democrat lar troops the pay of officers and men zie Tomlinson, of Buena Vista, attend and went, prowlHis native State, Kentucky, sent him sneaked out of camp and ed church at Chapel, Sunday, and was a splendid sword in recognition of his ing through the country, like a soar"War will get us out of the rut in will be as follows: Major, MMINEKS: which we have been for 3'ears," he year; Captain, $2,000 a year; First the pleasant guest of Miss Hattie Bo services, and his congressman succeed- ing lion, seeking whom he might deLieutenant, 81,030 a year; Second gie. Rus Smith, of Burgin, was in our vour. He was, a frightful looking said, as he settled back in his chair, ed in having him promoted 30 numbers Morgan Denmark Is a bay stallion, 1G hands AT REASONABLE PRICES. specimen of humanity and was considarranged his unconventional smoking Lieutenant, $1,500 a year; First Sirg village Saturday. Miss Hattie Jones for his heroism. high. He Is splendidly bred, a n glance at hN ant, a month; and other Sergeants visited Miss Minnie Hendren, of Mad and most desperate jacket, crossed his legs and began dis pedigree will show. He will make the present Lieut Young is naturally a fighter, ered the toughest Bramlett's army. He 318 a month; Corporal, $15 a month in CoL son, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Nell cussing the crisis which the "peace-a- t season of 1S93 at onr stable, on the new COME AND SEE US. some years later electrified Wash- character $13 a month. The Chaplain Ray, is with her aunt, Mrs Lena and pike, 5 miles from Danville, finally reached the country residence people so feared. For years Privates, ington society by threatening to whip Mr. Nunnelley, who was absentand Dunn, of near Lancast r. wo have discussed the financial ques will receive $1,500 i er annum. embassador. The di- of a At $5.00 to Insure a Living Colt. and Mrs. Ike Cowen were lions. We have listened to those who Advices from Manila state that Com plomat went to the navy department his wife Care takan to prevent accidents, but not rehave offered a panacea for all evils modore Dewey opened a strong can I have been a sufferer from chronic for certain official data, which he wish- there alone. Eatering the house, with sponsible should any ocenr. and, in a word, listened to plans nonade against the Spanish guarding diarrhoea ever since the war and have ed to send out out on the next steam- a drawn sword, this desperate soldier Lien retained on colts for the season money. H00MMI whereby we could hye without work the harbor Sunday morning. After used all kinds of medicines for it. At er. As a favor Lieut Young volun- loudly swore that he was going to Mares traded before fact Is ascertained make . ing. War will bring great men to the severe fighting he retired to place his last I found one remedy that has been teered to secure it, and when the mat- commit some fearful crimes, and adseason money due. Morgan Denmnrk was foaled In 1SS9. He jront The civil war produced a gen wounded in safety, then returned to a success as a cure, and that is Cham ter was in shape went in search of the ded: "I will then kill you d d deby On Time, son of Stonewall Jackson; 1st dam creatures I'm a bad man!' oration of powerful men. War with the attack. After gaining a decisive berlain's Cholic, Cholera and Diarr minister. Not finding him at the em- fenseless Successor to Lackey & Gulley. Lady Morgan, by Stonewall Jackson : 2nd dam bpam will do the same. We are at victory he retired in the offing, with hoea Remedy. P. E. Grisham, Gaars bassy or at his home, he hied himself The two ladies were terrified. The by Vlrgiuluj; 3rd dam by Matchless; Ith dam warrior bold was staggering drunk present in a rut There are not more out the loss of a vessel, though his list Mills, La. For sale by It. E. McRob to First-Claby Transby. the club, thinking that the import- and they managed to keep out of his than half a dozen really eminent men of killed and wounded is said to be erts. lm inMorgan Denmark Is one of the best bred sadance of the affair warranted the way, frightened almost to death, and ia Congress. Many great men do not heavy. The cruiser Don Juan de Aus dle stallions In Kentucky. Has good mane and trusion. But the minister was furiFLATWOOD. it seemed that no help was near. Howtall, and good, long, rangy neck. Don't fall to care to give up their time for the small tria was blown up and her commander STABLE. ous. see him Will also stand ONE OOOD MULE ever, a horsemafi passing by, had taksatary 01 iongressmen. Lio you sup killed. The cruiser Maria Cristina JACK at $3.00 to Insure. "What do you mean, sir," he de- en in the situation and on his flying pose that Reed would have the picnic was burned and several smaller ships BAUGIIMAX BRO'S. News items are scarce ia this vicin HANDSOME. l?URNOUTS,. manded, "by coming here? This isn't steed had hastily informed Capt Miko D.mvllle, Ky. 25 Ct. he has had with Bailey if there were of war were sunk. The Spanish admi ity. Owsley, and with ten subordinates the place for business." officer was soon at the home of REASONABI,HPRICES. such men as Beck in the House? How ral, Monte jo, was compelled to trans Mr. Nicl: Hutchings gave a cow and discourtesy threw Young into that Nunnelley. The soldier defiantly This Mr. 493-TUB different would it be if Blaine v fer his flag from the Cristina to the calf and $13 to Milton Grayson for a rage. He flung the papers into the told them that he would die before there?" Isla de Cuba. The Spanish fleet was young mare. vehem- leaving the premises and brandished TOSPECIAL ATTENTION face of the irate diplomat and "Who do you consider, then, the re practically annihalated and Manila is M. T. Taylor, oil man of Waco, Mad ently promised him a thrashing if he his weapon high in the air. Every effort was made to get to him and take ally great men in the Senate?"' AL ison county, spent Saturday night would come out from the sacred pre- him alive, but he handled the sword J ho editor laughed. "There are 60 The clothing for a soldier in the ar Sunday and Sunday night, at VY. H. cincts of the club. After a sharp ver- dexterously and finally slashed a sol- (2. mi few that it is scarcely worth while my that will invade Cuba will cost Furr'a. bal skirmish the men parted without dier on the shoulder, producing a fear( SURPI CAPITAL a demon ful -- or enumerating them. War will stir about $35 complete. For this expedi coming to blows, but cordial relations fromwound, and like same timestraight 65,ooJ ,1309,000.00 hell, the made a things up. The next President may tionary force suits of cool twill-lik- e Thirty Gve years make a generation were never restored, and the ambas- charge on he at11 men, when the cry NOTICE TO CREDITORS. the le a man whom no one at this time stuff will be furnished, and one of That is how long Adolph Fisher, of sador experienced a sense of personal rang out, ''Shoot him down!" and I LANCASTER, KY. ever thought of. This war may bring these will come to $9. The men must Zanesville, O., suffered from piles. He safety when the big Lieutenant went relate with pleasure that he tumbled All parties having claima against the assignto the racket I did not ask .Mrs. Nun- ed estate of W. A.Todd will present the sue to the front some new unknown men have a cape overcoat, which costs $S was cured by using three boxes of De to sea. Semerset Paragon. where they buried him, nor do nelley to lead both parties. Gen. Lee is to- a campaign hat at $1, a forage cap at Witt't Witch Hazel Salver. Stormes' I care. Any demon in human form to me at Wallaceten, Ky., or my attorney, Wat. A. R.Dinnt. President. day probably the most popular man in 75 cents, a pair of shoes at $2.50 a flan Drug Store. Whooping Cough. lm who will take advantage of defense- McC. Johnson, at Lancaster, Ky.. o or safer .Jno. E. Storm ks. Vice President. this country. He is able, brave and nel shirt at $2.10, and two suite of un I had a little boy who was nearly less women ought to be speedily sent May 1st, 1893. This Feb. f5rd, 1888. not "brillant But I do not see in him the derwear at $2.50 each. In addition to Wm.H. Kinnaibd, Cashier. s Low rate cccisions Queen & Crescent dead from an attack of whooping where the worm diethWith and the fire GKO. A. SALLAKzV, the dignity is never quenched. man who can unite the Democratic these necessary articles, he will have route. Grand Lodge of Kentucky, cough. My neighbors recommonded characteristic of him, Capt. Owsley Assignee W.A.VeM. J aDJlWJiY, J.F.Kobinson. Jb, it party. If our party is united it will a rubber blanket, made in "poncho" O. O. F.; Lexington, Ky., May 18, 1698. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I did then allayed the fears of the trembAltnSCash'r. not be by any one man's ambition; it fashion, with a hole in' the middle to Agents in 'Kentucky only will sell. not think that any medicine would ling ladiesjind assured their future Ass'C will bs the union of many forces. My put his head through. This costs the Jinignts or the Ancient Essenic Order help him, but after giving him a few protection. Though he sleeps in the NOTICE TO CREDITORS. O., April 1, 189& and is iriend, Maj. W. H. Thomas, here, Government $1.40. He will be provi Cincinnati,Drawing Teachers' Associa doses of that remedy I noticed an im- grave of the valiant,thousandsremembe inhered by admiring as a brilWestern X 'DIRECTORS wrote me some time ago, saying: 'The ded with only one blanket, in place of tion; Detroit, Mich.. May 1698. provement, and one bottle cured him liant statesman, brave soldier and All persons knowlsg thesasalves- indebted to J Spllsaan, tBm&lfBjC next President of this country will be the customary two, because the cli Western Gas Association; Detroit, entirely. It is the best cough medi- true friend, in no breast ii there a the estate of the sat Dr.W. 8. O'Neal will Mich., May 1898. HubUlb and feeling for the East Tennesee of pleate A. C. Robinson. the Yankee Admiral who will sink the mate is so warm; but this will ba in the house. J. L. warmerMike Owsley than iamemory the greatly call and AIecB.wT. Sunday-Schooblige me. As s' n ; Norriatown cine I ever-hathat of Jud?e L. Davidson, most Spanish ships,' and I agree with very fine article of its kind, Uncle Tenn., June 1893. Agents in Ten Moore, South Burgettowm Pa. For lady who told me this story.' M -i- M.V.Stomes, Sam paying $2. 83 for it It would cost nesee inty wut sen. him." Sbstaw. lm. sale by R. EL McRoberts. Administratrix. i Apr 96 St, - liiniSBlSM LjiLLavcL LeadingPbugqists.j Stationery, Faints, Oils, Etc. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. ha-te- Danville, Ky. CALDWELL PLEASURE I LANIER OUST TJS. OTiLandVALISJES. TJRTJIVKIS WE WANT SEE YOU LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE. Whether You Buy Or Not. women y DENTIST. high-rollin- r m. !' . " Hiqgin-botiia- g aii Morgan Denmark. S- -5 any-pric- well-know- n Miss Sallie Tillett, LACKEY W.H. s UVE1Y " - panic-stricke- tfrza BANK -- 18-3- d 2-- llExlDY for BUSINESS. Baby Hine! Every mother feels an indes- NQVV tr t STATE NEWS THE MOBILIZATION PICK-UP- S. V- - if a BLOODY EeiM't-e- o. Change of 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. cribable dread MRS. MOODY CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, May, O, HLI2TDETV. inv a l'iiir of Mulos. Millinery. - 1898. I PERSONAL. I ' Manj old soldiers now feel the ef fects oi the hard service they endured during the war. Mr. Geo. S Auder-fcoof Roseville, York countj, Penn., who saw the hardest kind of service at the front, is now frequently troubled with rheumatism. "I had a severe attack lately," he says, "and procured a bottle of Chambelain's Pain Balm. It did so much good that I would like to know what 3ou would charge me for a dozen bottles." Mr. Anderson wanted it both fur his own use and to supply it to his friends and neighbors'" as every family should have a bottle Collier. of it in their heme, not only for rheu Mrs. II M. Ballou and little daugh matism, but lame back, sprains, sweltcr, l'.ittili c, are visiting relatives in lings, cuts, bruises and barn?, fo which it is unequalled. For sale by L'nco'.n. R. E. McRoberts. lm Mr. Jesse Sweeney has returned from the c'.tics with a new line of sumCliungu of Time. mer goods. Q jecn &Cresceni Route, Sunday May Mesdams Alex R. Denny and Joe 1st, Summer Schedules Go into Effect, Robinson left ye iter Jay for Martins- Including the inauguration of the Oak- ville, Ind. dale Accommodation' leaving Oukdtle (5:30 am., arriving Chattanooga 9:05 air. Mr. George D. Lusk has been assign-e- l pm., to duty as U. S. storekeeper at Returning leave Chattonooga arrive Oakdale 7:30 pm. Special Sun Camp Nelson. day service from Cincinnati to High Mrs. Greger nee Miss Minnie Walker, bridge and all intermediate points will of Ashland, will visit relatives here be approximately the same as last this wjelc year. Commuter service will be in Mrs. S'.mpson Elkin, of Atlanta, is creased, the Blanchet Accommodation I spending a week with her sister, Miss leaving Cincinnati at 5:23 pm., an. the Woodside Accommodation leaving at Jennie Duncan. :: pm. Sundaj- - train for High Bridge Messrs. A. S. Price, of Stanford, and and intermediate stations leaves CinHomer Baughman, of Bo vie, were vis- cinnati at D:0J am. itors in our city Sunday. True, If Trite. Miss I oaisc Kauffman, who is at- "Wc mny live without poetry, music and nrt; We may live w ithout conscience iiud live with tending school in Richmond, spent out heart; two c ays vi ith her mother th's week. We mny live without friends," wc mny live without fads; Mrs. Mollie Young leaves today for But business cannot live without ads to spend the summer Girland, Fruukliu Fdlis (X. II.) Jouruul. Mrs. Clare Witwer. with her daughter, Half Kates to Lexington. Mrs. Octavia Anderson, of Ocklaho-m- , Tickets to Lexington will be sold by is visiting her parents. Mr. and Queen & Crescent Route at rate of one Mrs. J. B. Kempsr, in Lower Garrard. from trip, for the Mr. W. J. Romans is in Cincinnati on business. J. Joseph has gone to New York to see his father. Mr. Al IJurnside, of Iinrbourvillc, is visiting1 his relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Est's, of Paint Lick, were visitors hero Sunday. Mr. Willis, of Frankfort, has been the pfucst of Miss Frances Collier. Mr. and Mrs. Mo;es Collier have returned from a visit to Crab Orchard. Mr. Curd, of Hiirgin, has been visit- ins his friend, Mr. James I. Hamilton. Miss Hcttina Anderson is visiting her sister, Mrs. Browning, in Lexington. Mrs. Bitfu Land ram is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Baughman, in Richmond. Mrs. Charles Norris and little daughter, Mattie, are guests of Mrs. George Farris. Mrs. Charles Richardson and baby, of Somerset, are visiting Mrs. James If the journals of the country are reporting facts, there must be trouble in de lau'. A few days sine, Comandore Simpson, of the North Atlantic lleet of the American navj, bombarded a Spanish port on the coast of Cuba. After the smoke of battle had cleared away, ont Captain Blanco, of Marro Castle fame, reported lo the Queen Regent of f pain that the bombardment resulted in the killing of a Spanish mule, and that by accident. As Blanco seems to be a boss reporter on results of battle, an opportunity again presents to r.dd to the stock of the Queen's military information b' officially nat ifying her Magesty that on last Sab bath morning, near the coat of Asia, in the harbor of Manila an American citizen named Dewey had the distinguished honor of mustering out' of the service of Spain an additional mule. 0. F. Tillett. In Clay County Six Men Said to Have most critical pe instmi first Sltsi Served at Cauip Col. IScen Killed. riod of her life. Becoming a Lexington. Ky., May 4. The mob- liAitiiornsvn.i.i-.Ky.- , April V.O. If the mother should be ilization of Kentucky's volunteer new which reached hero Wednesday night is true, .six a source of joy trooj.s has begun. The order of as- ed in Clay county.more men were killto all, but the semblage will be lirst th'a Second regi- it is claimed. GeorgeThere Wednesday, How ard, son of sii ff r ii or n A ment, next the Third, then the two IJal. Howard, and two of the Philpots. troors of cavalry. Company F. danger of the ordeal make city, under Capt. Fred Wilson, of this Wire killed three miles below Manwent its anticipation one of misery. into quarters by the linker boys, and at Camp Collier at 4 chester i ant upon the of the pain and danger attend- BATTLE REPORTED j Of Kentucky Troops Going on at tex. tli Howard and Baker Families Having purchased the entire stock of will continue business and have a J. G. Sweeney, I Nice, New and Complete Stock of I DRY G000S, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, and MOTHER'S FRIEND is the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and suffering incident to maternity; this hour which is dreaded as woman's severest trial is not only made painless, but; all the danger is removed by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness nausea and other distressing conditions are avoided, the system is made ready for the coming event, and the serious accidents so common to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mother's Friend. is a blessing to woman. Sl.OOPERBOTTLE atall Drugstores, or sent by express on receipt of price. BOOKS nrr rntt Containing invaluable information ot interest to all women, will be sont to any address, upon application, by The BRADFIELD BEGPLATOB CO., Atlanta. Go. BATTLE SHIP. To I5e Present ril To Uncle Sam By the Kussian Hebrews in America. (Cincinnati Enquire.) A movement has been started in this city to have the Russian Hebrews living in the United States raise a fund with which to purclrise a battle ship to be presented to the United States Government. The prime mover in this patriotic project is Mr. Jacob UosenGeld, of 707 Main street. In ISS'J when thousands of Hebrews immigratad to America to escape the persecutions inilictcd upon them in llussia, Mr. Rosen field was among them. All of h's people, he says, sufferel so many hardships and abject miseries in Russia that their new home in America, where they arc permitted to enjoy liberty and equality, is the greatest blessing that they could wish for. Now that this nation is involved in war he thinks it a good time for the Russian Hebrews to show that they love their adopted county, and attest their appreciation of the many blessing they have obtained here. ,,We are all patriotic," he sac, "and this coun try is in many respects dearer to us than it is to the native born Americans, because we can better appreciate the advantages of liberty and equality." He has suggested the purchase of a battle ship by the Russian Hebrews to a number of his countrymen, and they arc all heartily in favor of it. He says there arc several hundred thous and of them in this country, and that each woald contribute $10 or more to ward the purchase of the proposed battle ship. He also spoke to Rabbi Isaac M. Wise about the matter and he gave A mass him much encouragement meeting of Russian Hebrews will be held here to arrange plans for carrying out the project, A torpid liver robs you of ambifon and ruins your health. DeYVitt's Little Eirly Risers cleanse the liver, care constipation and all stomach and liver, troubles. Stormrs' Drutr Store, lm Tuesday afternoon, and had their lirst mess at GtfO o'clock. Capt. John U. I'alance, of the ond infantry, U. S. A., arrived Tuesday night from Peoria, 111., and will act as senior mustering ollicer, with Lieut Herbert Whipple at his side. The oflice in Camp Collier will be opened Wednesday morning. Lieut. Col. V. H. Gardner, chief medical ollicer. arrived Tuesday night from Ft. Thomas, and with Drs. Ren L. Coleman and W. 15 MeClure. appointed by Gov. P.radley under authority from the war department, will begin the examination of the regimental surgeons and their assistants, nine in all. who in turn will aid Dr. Gardner in the examination of the volunteers. Lieut. S. V. Vestal, Seventh cavalry, acting quartermaster and commissary, Tuesday night ordered the companies at Lebanon, Williamsburg and Mid. dlesborough to move Wednesday. The Lebanon com. an will arrive at 2:55 p. in., the others will coiiiv later. It will be fully three weeks before the entire brigade shall have been mobilized and mustered into the United States service. o'clock Twenty-sec- LIEUT. VESTAL Anllmrizt'il by Giv. lirsiillry to Order ment oi Kt'iituclcy Troops Whrii All U licady. said Monday afternoon that the order for the moving of troops to the point of mobilization would probably . come to Lieut. Vestal, and that Wstal had authority to ,ive an order owr his (Gov. Hradley's) signature to move. It is thought at this end of the line that the order for the Second regiment to move will be given Tuesday. It is now apparent that practically no equipments are left for the companies being formed and who want to be mustered into the state militia to form a home guard, and be subject to the soeond call of the president Arms for not more than two or three companies will be possesin sion of the stale authorities guards are mustered after present into the United Slates service. This is probably the reason for the statement of Gov. Rradley Tuesday that only four companies would be organized at present to succeed the state militia. It is said that Louisville, Lexington, and Howling Given will be allowed to organize new comnanies. Lk-utbt-it- Fkaxkfokt, Ky., May 4. Gov. Rrad-le- y Lexington, Ky., May 4. John Gibson, a lieutenant of the Roston, in Commodore Dewey's lleet, is the sou of Steven Gibson, of this county, and entered the navy at the age of appointed by Matt Adams. Gibson is now 42 years of age, and in a letter to his father, three weeks ago, he said that he had no dobt about the result of the first meeting of the Spanish and American Asiatic lleets. Military Appointments. FnANKFonr, Ky., May 4. Maj. J. Alex. Grant, an soldier and a native of Covington, was Tues day appointed roll clerk by Lieut. hippie, to assist him in mustering in Gov. Rradley appointed D. W. MeClure, of Lexington one of the assistant examining surgeons, in place of Dr. David Harrow, who declined to ac- I. lent. Cilison ;i Kcntucklan. fare round Mr. Frf d Frisb:e will return Monday May 4th to 7th inclusive on account of frcui Balt'm ire to spcrd the summer United Commercial Travelers' Conven with his mother, Mrs. Martha Frisbie. tion and Ep worth League State meeting. Tickets are good until May 10th Miss Mary Miller leaves Monday for for return. They are on sale from Cin- Louisville to visit her sister Mrs. Rob- c'nnati and : 11 points in Kentucky. ert Huxhes, and to attend the May s'.c agents for particulars. l. the Kentucky troops at Lexington. cept. Judge R. G. Williams, of Mt Vernon, will be chairman of the Fourth Annual Contest to be held at Stanford, June 17. J. Herbert Kinnaird has been offered the position of tuba player in the Second Regiment band at Lexington. He will leave with the company Sunday, and probably accept Mr. Prosperity. When the mis. are in the papers, And the goods are in the store; When the store Is thronged with shoppers As it ne'er was thronged hefore: Then you know that trade is coming With a vigor and a dnsh Through the doorways to the counters Of the store that buys for cash. Charles Austin Bute?, Criticisms. A Phaetons, Buggies, Ky., May 4. Mr. W. R. Lancaster, a gentleman living near here, has just reeeiwd a letter from Maine, Capt Sigsbee, of the Emzaui-tiitown- Vctim of Spmkli Treachery. , Ms ml of the boys belonging to the military company have been putting in the entire week telling sweehearts One fellow, who has severgood-byal on the string, hasbsen so busy "taking a last, fond embrace of his love ones" that he has missed going to his meals several t;mes, so anxious was he to respond to the call to arms. Some e. 1 Low Kates. Low rates Queen & Crescent route. down with his ship in the harbor of Havana, Mr. Lancaster was made aware for the first time that his son was in the navy and the old gentleman is broken down with grief. Shot the Olllrer. nvxDKN, Ky., May 4. Henry M. Coots, a deputy sheriff of Leslie coun ty, was shot and killed by Henry Pennington, a desperado, who he was try- that his son, John Lancaster, went Ojc fare the round trip from all points to general conference A M. E. Church Columbia, S. C; May 4.18. Southern Biblical Assembly, Knoxvllle, Tenn.; Southern Students' Con June ference, Asheville, N. C ; June Finest train i(service in the South. Lit eral limits on these low rate ticket-Be sure your tickets read via the Queen & Crescent Route. . ROAD WAGONS. ing to arrest. Pennington, who has served several terms in prison, recent ly broke jail, and Coots was trying to arrest him on Cutshiu creek. Notice to Surgeon. FHAXKFonr, Ky., May 4. Wednesday, the llaker boys, sons of Anse linker, met three Philpots in the SHOES, HATS, FURNISHN6 GOODS, main i(,:idone mile below towu and f.hot them down. The particulars) of and will appreciate the patronage of all. the lights can not be ascertained. The man that brought the news here says that Judge Wrightwillask the gov- rr ernor to send a company of state militia to stop the trouble and settle the fight, as the olliecrs of Clay county are on the Howard side and will not arrest any of tha parties connected with the matter. The county is in a worse fix than it h:is been for years, as nearly all the citizens are divided upon cither the l!;il;er or Howard side. Judge gage Liens." Wright formally declares that he will "Land Titles How to Expedite the IS AWAKE. settle the matter if it takes a t KENTUCKY Settlement Of." of soldiers to do it. It was then agreed that the following named gentlemen should be InTHE Y. M. C. A. Commercial Convention Will De vited to attend the convention and deWll Look Art it the Mora! Wciraro or the liver speeches on the subjects mena Grand Success. . Soldier While l'(;htiiiK for tioned: Their Country. Major P. P. Johnston, Lexington. C. P. Garrett. Hopkinsville. Lkxixotox. Ky., May 2. Thoic of EVERYBODY INTERESTED M IT. M. S. Scoville, Lexington. , the Kentucky volunteers who are hopeHenry Watterson, Louiavillo. ? lessly lost to the world's wickedness John B. Atkinson. Earlington. r I will be afforded an opportunity to fiud Charles T. Ballard, Louisville. the guiding light to the straight and Industrial Development h Ono Thing William J. Hendrick. Frankfort. narrow path of religion. W. G. Welch, Stanford. The Young Men's Christian associaV Desired. John Young Brown, Louisville. tion, at ihi district conference iu Winchester Sunday afteruoon decided that John W. Lewis, Springfield. the Y. M. C. A. shall place with each EEMAE2ABLE SPIRIT OF PE0GSES3 B. G. Witt, Henderson. regiment a tjnt supplied with games S. A. Denham, Williamsburg. and religious literature; that a secreGeneral Roy Stone, Washington, who will volunteer his services tary D. C. shall accompany the regiment, caring It Is Not for the Benefit of a Clasn, but G. E. Johnson, Louisville. r". v for the tent and its contents, and for tbe Musses Many Important SubJohn W. Yerkes, Danville, working han I in hand with the chapHenry Burnett, Paducah. k Thj expense of all this is to be jects Will Be DUcosaeU by Those Most lain. Competent to Handle Them PromoR. C. Kinkead, Louisville. defrayed by the Y. M. C. A., the volunC. U. McElroy, Bowling Green.' tion and Development Are to Be Conteer secretary to be paid the sama as a James G. Black, Barbourville. private, S13 Ter month, and to sleep sidered to tbe exclusion of Less Profitcud mess as a private. Thomas S. Pettit, Owensboro. able Things. ' J. M. Atherton, Louisville. M. H. Crump. Bowling Green. HEAVY FINE ASSESSED. Kentucky's first stata commercial J. C. S. Blackburn, Washington, Corporation Mutt Vuy Damage to Ken- convention, to be held in Louisville D. C. May 11 and 12. is to be a success. Tho tucky Over One Hundred Other Cases Douglas Putiuan, Ashland. movement in that direction has proCoiitinui d. "f Andrew Cowan, Louisville. gressed far enough to a3suro those J. Stoddard Johnston, Louisville. Fkaxkfop.t, Ky., April 80. A jury in engineering it of that fact. Alex P. Humphrey, Louisville. the state fiscal court Friday afternoon It is to be a success because the assessed a line of S2.500 against the lawyer, the farmer, the merchant, the The State Commercial ConTentloa Louisville and Jcffcrsonville Ferry Co. Will build up our cjtie3, large and for failing to report to the auditor manufacturer, the lumber dealer, the so as to ascertain the tax on its fran- mine owner, the stockraiser, the bank- small. er and the Journalist will all unite in chise. Will Induce the restless and disone grand effort to push Kontucky and The indictments against the Covingsatisfied of other states to settle here. ton and Cincinnati and Newport and her untold resources to the front. It Will improve and extend our Cincinnati llridge Co.'s and other cor- is to be a success because business porations, numbering over one hun- talks are to take the place of political country roads and our railroad facilidred in all, were continued until the speeches; because promotion and de- ties. next term of the court, which will be velopment are to be discussed to the Will encourage every effort looking held in September. The case of the exclusion of less profitable things; to the improvement of our navigable Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co. is' in finally it is to be a success because the streams. the hands of the jury. time is ripe for a state commercial Will bring together men who have Gov. Kradley's Foot Down. convention to be a succes3. faith In the future of Kentucky and Fhaxkfout, Ky., April o0. LouisLess than two months ago several ville is riding a high horse over the progressive business men, members who desire to manifest their faith by change of place of mobilization from of tbe Louisville Commercial club, their works. that place to Lexington. A delegation Will enhance tho value of our agheaded by Maj. Americus Whedon held a meeting in Louisville to form- ricultural lands by seeking the best ulate plans for a convention which called on thegovernor and made a kick. methods for diversifying our products, The Louisville people claim the change would have for its object the creation and the best means for reaching the is a slap at Co!. John K Castle man, of a sentiment favorable to industrial world's markets. Louisville's candidate for brigadier development, teaching the benefits of Will aid our minera who are diggeneral. The governor has given out Buch a course and to prepare literature a salty interview, resenting the inti- setting forth Kentucky's advantages. ging for ccal in our hillsides, and mation that politics had anything to This little gathering was followed by those seeking markets for such proddo with locating the camp at Lexing- larger ones until the bit of enterprise ucts, or rock asphalt, the timber from ton and announces that no further that was manifested in the first meet- our forests and iron from our ore beds. change will be made. ing burst into a spirit of progress that Will encourage the coming of capTwo Men Drowned. was made to permeate the entire ital; not so much by offering bonuses Paducaii, Ky., May 2. While skiff state. The convention soon assumed or special privileges, but assuring to riding Sunday forenoon, Ed Leopold, tangible form. An executive commit- all men the full enjoyment of life, libaged 31, and Will llaynham, aged 30, tee, with representatives from every erty and property, and the best facilitvere drowned just in front of the congressional district, was named, as ties for exchange in all the markets wharf at this place and in sight of 5J people. Louis Douglass who was with were committees on delegation, press of the world. State Commercial Convention Notes. them escaped. The men pulled in be- and publicity, finance, transportation, The mayors and judges are to act as hind a landing boat and were caught hall, entertainment, and delegation state at large. Mr. Clarence Dallam, delegates by the wheel as the boat suddenly backed. Douglass saved himself by a well known and popular young atOne editor from every newspaper in catching the wheel. Leopold's body torney of Louisville, who is a native of the state has been invited as a delemany years gate. was recovered. Henderson, but was for identified with Paducah as a lawyer, New Kentucky A special tobacco sale will be arWashington, April 29. The follow- was elected chairman, and Mr. J. C. ranged by the tobacco warehouses to secretary of the postmasters for Ken- Van Felt, assistant ing fourth-clas- s take place during the 'convention. tucky were commissioned Thursday: Commercial club, secretary. Either a banquet or a reception, folThus industry's star of promotion llooneville, Owsley county, J. E. Dorton, Pike county, Harvey rose rapidly. A meeting was held at lowed by an elegant smoker, will be Smallwood; Ebsnezer. Mercer county, which seven of the 11 districts had tendered the delegates after the conWalter S. Salle; Grant's Bjnd, Kenton prominent representation, and a pro- vention has adjourned.. county, Elizabeth Hackett; Grange gram was arranged, the following Store, Pike county, James A. Justice; subjects being selected as those that UNPARALLELED OFFER. Knowlton, Powell county, Columbus are to be discussed during tho conM. Venters; Prospect, Jefferson counvention: FREE VEUETABLE j GARDEN. ty, Garnett S. Dick. Geo"Kentucky! Advantages Respectfully, Terms Cash. I. W. Sweeney. regi-uuu- ' .jt " Horn-mon- s; Examina- Struck Gas. AN HONEST MAN. Un'teil Stitr aiurlial .Jamex, of Howling Green, Ky., Now I'.iyiug Dibl of Forty Years Ag". We have on our floor two car loads of the finest and most complete line of PHAETONS, BUGGIES, Call at my store and we will plain how to Get One of ex- tee Boasters Free! I now have on hand tie Best Garten Seeds in BREAD Ml LANGDON'S DAILY. NICEST CANDIES IN THE CITY. A. & B. Boquet and Proctor Knott Best in the market. We handle only the Best Goods and strive to please. Cigars. Bowuxo Gukkn, Ky., May 2. A story showing the honesty of Dr. A. D. James, at present United States marshal for Kentucky,- has come to light here in the last day or two. Forty years ago the doctor was in business A, at Cromwell, on Green river. V. B. same Capt the time Seely, of this city, was captalniug the steamboat plying from Bowling Green to Evansvillc, Ind. One day Dr. Jatucs took passage from Cromwell to Evansvillc, and upon his arrival at his destination 'his baggage was attached for lebL Capt. Seelcy became his bonds-naand finally had the money some-kin- g A few years over S100 to p"ay. .if tcr this.Tames took the bankrupt law ind was released from all legal obligation as to this debt and many others. Capt. Sceley was then a rich man, but iince then has lost a considerable portion of his property. A day or two jgo he received a letter from Dr. James nclosing a part of the did debt, and told him that the balance would be The letter from Dr. comiug soon. lames to Capt. Secley said furthermore that this was the last of the debts he owed previous to his taking the bankrupt law. euro CoIie Neuralgia and Toothache vln five minutes. Sour Stomach Price, 25 Cents. and Summer Complaints. tion of physicians who wish to go as surgeons and assistant surgeons of the Kentucky regiments began Wednesday in Lexington, and continue til) Saturday at noon. Applicants for these positions will have lo govern themselves accordingly. Frankfort Will Celvbr.ite. Fkaxkfokt, Ky May 4.. People here pre full of enthusiasm over the victory, Annngemeuts were made for a big jollification and bonfire Tuesday night. Friends of Lieut. Rodman and Capt Walker, of the Dewey Qcet, are behind the movement Lawhexckburg, Ky., April 30. Gas in paying quantities has been struck here at the depth of 200 feet by W. T. Jlond. The llame from the well illuminated that neighborhood, running sometimes 20 feet high, and roaring could be heard at a distance of a quarter of a mile, A company was organized Friday morning, and the capital stock, 52,000, was immediately taken by two of our citizens. ai EOADWACOHS SUREIES Our ever shown in Lancaster. prices are lower than can be found anywhere. Our guarantee is better. We can save you from $5 to $25.00 on any vehicle you buy. We also have a complete line of Harness we .are'offering exceeding- ly low. and see us. trouble to show goods. Come . No Co., H. M, BALLOU, aaaaua ruHlLlS CUBAN RELIEF J. ROMANS Carriaie KY. LANCASTER, Wrecked Both Engine. Stanton', Ky., May 2. j What came pear being a serious collision was very parrowly averted bore. Fast mail No. 50, on the L. and N. railroad, from Which One Wan Jtf Louisvii.lk, Ky., May 4. William Knoxville, ran into a freight train Taylor, of Louisville, is reported to which was preparing to make a siding, hare been accidentally shot on the demolishing both engines and several New York, Sampson's flagship. There freight cars. The mail was running are 37 William Taylors in the Louis ahead of schedule time several minutes. ville directory, and the sailor can not-bNew Ki Qtaoky Postmasters. located. Washington, April 30. The presiKeftlgued Ills Com rotation. dent Friday made the following nom Owexsbor), Ky.. May 4. Dr. D. M. nations for Kentucky postmasters Griflith, Surgeon Major of the Third James N. Wilson at Falmouth; Wm. regiment, K. S. G., resigned his com- H. Harrison at Flemingsbu'rg. mission Tuesday and will not serve Patriotism at Vanceborg;. with the volunteer regiment llusiness Vaxceburo. Ky., May 2. Capt A. and family reasons arc given. W. Brewer has completed his company to move An American diplomatist of position here, and is waiting for orders G. A. R. post in Paris is quoted as saying European them to Lexington. The a magnifthe intervention is going to occur almost presented flag. company with no trouble It would be certainly and that the United States icent silk to raise 500 volunteers in Lewis countrill be disposed to welcome it ty. In the late war she sent out more soldiers than she had legal voters. Children like it, it saves their lives Oldest Sawmill Darned. We mean One minute Cough Cure, the Valley View, Ky., May S. Thi infallible remedy for coughs OJlds oldest sawmill on the O.Kentucky rivei T. So per, wai nd the property of croup, bronchitis, grippe, and all burned, together with lumber. Ksti and lung troubles Stormes. oated loss, 10,0QQ. throat f lm Drug Store. graphical, Climate and Soil." "Our Agricultural Opportunities and Needs." "Our Industrial Opportunities and Needs." "The Best System of State and Local Taxation." "How May Capital Be Best Attracted to and Most Profitably Employed in Kentucky 2" "Immigration The Be3t Method of Encouraging Desirable Immigration." "Corporations Uses and Abuses A Just Discrimination the Fart of Wisdom." "Rallroads The Greatest Source of Development, and How Best to Employ It" "Good Roads Essential to Progress and Prosperity." "Administration of Justice Ita Delays and Costs." "Reform in Commercial Laws Assignments, Commercial Paper, Mort-- time any one of the prepaid For a limited besent.n6offffyrfr. followine yreminn-will to nny one sendinejocentsforoneyear a subs scription to "SOUTHERN LIFE." monthly Magazine for the home, printed ou line pa-per, profusely Illustrated, ably edited a Literary Gem." PREMIUMS: A H rackagees Finest Varieties Sweet Peas. B 12 Fine Tube Rose Bulbs'Excelsior I'earl." C 12 Kamed, labeled. Gladiolus Bulbs. D C Named Roses, Hardy Climbers, or Teas. E 5 Choice Hardy Pinks. F 12 full size 5c. Packages Garden Seeds. 12 Fine Bulbs. Pkgs. Flower Seeds. u (( One year's Sub.3 "Success with lowers." Send at once to SOUTHERN LIFE PUB. CO., Sample Copy of (Incorporated,) sasiivius Tenii. socthkrk uk" 5 cents. Agents wanted In every town and village In the South. Market Quotation. Corrected weekly by H. B. Eggs .JI.oO North-co- tt N 7ci- to $2J dox. 5to5Kc 2iC -- c 4 to 5c 4c 5c Chickens, Springers, Hens Young Roosters Old Roosters For the speedy and permanent cure of Turkeys tetter, salt rheum and eczema. Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is Old Gobblers without an equal. It relieves the itch- Dncks Skin Diseases. ing and smarting almoet instantly and Geeso 12.50 to $3.00 per dox. its continued use effects a permanent ' 5tfto6c Hides, Green cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch, 10e scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, Butter chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and Feathers, fine white geese .28 to 39c granulated lids. gray " " " 24c : .'. Dr. CatV CMttttea Fewfcn for Duck feathers 15 to 35c per hundred. horses are the best tonic, blood purifier Kagg ;..8tol5c and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Sold by Iron. .io R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, Bones - CoS6c Lancaster Calves, veal HO to $58 per. head ZK DM .m omnv tin-fr- o X C Two short and S months, for particulars apply to (I. S. liainestf. - J'ior s:ito. horn ISuIl calves ages 5,000 bushels corn wanted. ii'fi give one dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents per barrel for 1,000 barrels af corn delivered at the Pil-grista- I Distillery. Jno. W. Miller, Mgr. Robinson bought of J. 4 r Jlorj-an'- V. later. J!islcr 15 liogs at 0 c;ats. Gojuy into the poultry business without experience is like jumping1 in a laie for fish, you are sure to go under. W. (!. and C. W. Anderson bought o! V. Y. Currey a bunch of nice year60 per head. ling's Morgan it llobinson bought of Ilir-Hay anl others a nica lot of hogs at cents. L3t the hens sat now for they will begin laying sooner and the chicks they hatch out will be worth more than at-$--Jl ni 5 Morgan & Uebinsoe shipped to Cin- cinnati market a nice load of hogs costing them from 3 to 3 cents. C W. Auderson sold to T. S. Elkin seme fat pigs, and a nice heifer at 3 cents a pound. Select your best colts and yearlings and begin fitting them for the fairs thisfj.ll. Let us have a good horse hhokv. '2 According to statistics England contains about of the cattle in the world. Mr..V. IL Hice sold to G L. McKce her faney premium sorrel mare for 200. hhe was shipped to Providence along V'iih oth-- r stock will no doubt bring a handsome figure in the East. Danville AuVocrte. It is an old adage that 3ou can not get blood out of a turnip, but you can get eggs out of them when fed to the laying hens. Jt is a great leap from the old fashs and nauseous ioned doses of physics to the pleasent little pills known as De Witt's Little Early Risers. Thev cuse constipation, sick headache and biliousness. Stormes' Drug Store. Hogs breed so rapidly that there is no excuse, for any farmer to keep those which ure of mongrel breeds. The poorest farmer can at least afford to own a thoroughbred pig and to breed all hin sows to it. Punctuality must be the watchword of the diaryman. If he is not puntual be might just as well close up his dairy. p.ni of toe work should bi r.i Uiti eaum hccreucH day. 'ihii wii bring- success. The indications now are that there will be an abundance of plants in most ISarlej' sections for an early planting. Growers shonld not miss the first favorable opportunity to set out their crop, an early start will, in all be the lirst step to successful cultivation. ' Where the average amateur makes a mistake when he undertakes to step a trotter along the road," sai i an old reiustnan, ".s in getting the idea in his head that the driver must do the most of the work. When you want your horse to speed let him know what you want and then sit still and watch him carefully, but let him do the work. The chances are that you will only confuse and hinder him if 3'ou try to help hhn:' h blue-mas;. pr-ola--s prob-nbilit- LixeoLar Itkmh P. Eiid refusedjl for hiserop of 5,030 buihels of wheat y aster lay. James Me sser sol tl to tJeorgc h. Carpenter a fancy combined brown 140. Taotnas Reynolds mare for bought in Pulaski and Wayne a bunch and some steers at of heifers at !5 O. P. Huffman bought of John 4.1-W. Stephenson some butcher stuff at 3.C5 and some of A. W. Cvrpcnter at Harper &Povell, of the. West 3 End, sold to C. II. C irson a mare mnle for SIO0 and a old horse mule to E. W. Lee forSSO aud to Pipes, of Casey, for a SS0. They bought of Ilinearsoa & Pur- dy, of Caso3', fi. bunch of hogs at cc They sold Allen & Lyon a bunch at 3c. Interior Journal. The farmers, of mechanic and the bicycle rider are liable to unexpected cuts and bruscs. DeWitt's Witch Ha zel Salve is the best thing to keep on hand, it heals quickly and is a well known cure for piles. Stormes Drug lm Store It pays bjst to raise for market hogs of the best grades, anl it pays to give them the treatment necessary for their best development all the time. This should be begun with the pigs through the sow from before the time she brings her litter and continued with out interruption. It is an actual loss to permit them at any time to become stunted. It is more than a loss of time. It takes more feed to start them again and much more after get ting them started, for every pound added to their weight than would have been necessary had their improvement been steadily continued. lc d six-yeathree-year-ol- d " DPu TAUIAOE'S SERMON. by Storm Clouds Way Be Dispelled Bravely Facing Them. Kv. rv Cloud Has a Silicr. Lining if We Ittit c to Look For It Hopeful Words tin Life's Ills and 1 low- liest to Meet Tlii-m- . TEA cures and Indigestion. Regulates t lie Liver. Price, 25 cts. PSflMA$NUB!AN J- - J. HOOD, SDIlEON-I)ENTIS- LANCASTER. KY Office over J. C. Thompg&u's Jewelry store on Danville etrcet. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall. All visiting Knights are fraternally inviG. B. SWIXEBROAD, CC. ted. J. K. Robinson, K. R. & S. ESCAPED CONVICT Fonnd in Missouri Acting as a l'.ihtor of a Church Arrested unil llrought to Louisville, Ky. WcsitlierftS'iJj llr. Ta Image's. text Sunday was: Job xxxii., ai: "And now men see not the bright light which is in the clouds." Wind east, Iiarotnetur falling. s out. Ship reefing Awnings taken in. Prophecies of foul weather everywhere. The clouds congregate around the sun, proposing to abolish him. ltut after au liile he assails thu thinks of the clouds with Hying artillery of light, and here and there is a sign of clearing weather. Many do not observe it. Many do not realize it. "'And now men see not the bright light which is in the; clouds." In other words there are a hundred men looking for sunshine. My object will be to get you and myself into the delightful habit of making the best of everything. You may have wondered at the statistics that in India, in the j'car 1S7., there were, over 19,000 people slain by wild beasts, and that in the year 1870 there were in India over people destroyed by wild animals. Uut there is a monster in our own hind which is year by year destroying more than that. It is the old bear of melancholy, and with Gospel weapons I propose to chase it hack to its midnight caverns. I mean to do two sums a sum in subtraction and a sum in addition a subtraction from your da3s of depression and an addition to your days of joy. If God will help nie 1 will compel you to see the bright light that there is in the clouds, and compel you to make the best of everything. In the first place you ought to make the very best of all your financial misfortunes. During the panic a few years ago 3ou nil lost money. Some of yon lost it in most unaccountable ways. For the question: "How many thousands of dollars shall I put aside this year?" on substituted: "How shall I pay my butcher, and baker, and clothier, and landlord?'' Yon had the sensation of rowing hard with two oars, and yet all the time going down stream. Yon did ijot. say much about it because it was not politic to speak much of financial embarrassment, but your wife knew. Less variety of wardrobe, more economy at the table, in art and tapestry. Compassion; retrenchment. Who did not feeL the necessity of it? My friends, did 3'ou make the host of this? Are you aware tiow narrow an escape you made? Suppose you had reached the fortune toward which you were rapidly going? What then? You would have been as proud as Lucifer? How few men have succeeded largely Storm-signal0 self-deni- main-topsai- l. cm u&&iv.d. vww U'uwri l VhistiU.V ' nesdjvy ivoia Loo&'by iiutoctAvo'i."t)ii) M:uwr. W'uuUi-erfor- d wasenS'to Uk; t'nuikfort peni- caiwit, iL grand larceny in 1SSC. and escaped in November of the same year. He lias been at large ever since. Some time ago detectives learned that he was living in Crocker, JIc, aud was preaching in a church there, and was highly respected. A message was sent to the place, and to the surprise of all his neighbors Weathcrford was arrested. He was considered a model minister. Weathcrford will be sent to the Frankfort penitentiary Tuesday. One of Iks sons is said to be amember of the Missouri state legislature. GOV. tentiary from Livingston county for BRADLEY Awaiting Orders From Explain J"ot IVI.3 the Kentucky Troopg Were Jlouilizvd tlie Capital. Which is better, to thoroughly cleanse and purify 'the Wood just now, 'or mako yolirfeelf liable to the filany dangerous ailments which are eo prevalent during summer? Impurities have been accumulating in the blood all winter; aud right now is the time to .jget rid of them. A thorough course of Swift's Specific is needed to cleanse the. bloodx and purify the extern, toning iip and Etrengthenipg it all over. Thpso who tnl?o 1110 rrvnnf.irm nnw nxft comparatively all summer; ( but to neglect it isio invite sonlej form of .sickness which is so com- fcliot From Ambush. inon during the trxjng hot season, 2. reJ'aducah, it is nowtnata course 01 bwiit turning fromKy., May Mr. WnUc Mrs. and church Specific tion in substance as follows: "I am overwhelmed with letters from all parts of the state complaining of the delay in mobilizing the state troops. I desire it understood that thisjs not through any fandt of the state" authorities, as we have bjen waiting for several days on orders from Washington, which so far have not been received." The governor would not venture a prediction as to when mobilization would begin, saying that this matter was altogether hands of the federal authorities. Contest for Brigadier General. Lexington, Ky., May 2. Adjt.Gen. Cillier left for Frankfort Saturday morning to make arrangements for moving the state troops to Lexington Monday. The Second regiment will arrive first, getting here Mtmday afternoon. A lusk fight for brigadier general is going on between Gen. Collier, Maj. I 1'. Johnson and Gen. John II. Castleman, the former being a federal and the two latter confederates in the late war. Fkankfokt, Ky., May 3. Gov. lirad-legave out a statement Monday night to the press requesting publica- 3' S.S.SBlood will accom'rftjsk so much toward rendering the system capable erf resisting the evil influences which are to attack it during the summer when sickness is eo abundant. It is the best tonic o Johnson White, colored, were shot from ambush and both mortally vounded. Ordered to Lexington. P. Ve,stal, on, the market, a .real blood remedy Marchrpont's Good Work. and isanadq solely to eearph J?ut Lotus vilt.k, Ky., April SO. filly, a Slupp'a and remove oil' irnpuritfes, and supply an abundance of pure1, rich candidate for the, Wenonuh stakes, worked-mile ut Churchill Downs half and red blood. S. S. S is made Friday with 80- pouthlfrup in , and exclusively of roots and herbs, five furlongs in jOS. and is Nature's own It Indicred fur Murder. is purely vegetable, and is5 the Lkxixgton, Ky., April '29. The Fayxmly blood remedy guaranteed to ette county grand jury brought In an cjontaiu no potash-, mercury or indictment against Wnu J. McNamara, other mineral. Be euro to get S. charging murder. "McNamara shot and S. S. There is nothing half as krtted John Kcllar qbout s.ix weeks and eys'tem-build'e- B it-is- Richmond, Ky., April 30. Lieut. S. Seventh infant,, U. S. A., military instructor at Central univercity, received orders Friday sity, this from the war department to proceed to Lexington and take charge of the quartermaster department during the rendezvous of Kentucky troops. March-mont's, because . "J good Jle was tried and acquitted by Judge Grace's on a plea of ago. Sfey Join Gomez's Army. FriAXKFOHT, Ky., April 29. Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Khen xnatism and Sores. Price, 25 center Many Kcntuckians who were disappointed by failing to get commissions in the state guard talk of making their way to Cuba and .joining the insurgent army, especially if there is not an early second call for volunteers. PLlttf &t CUB A N 1 L cans 6 dred. There, are glorions exceptions, hut the general rule Ls that in proportion us a man gets well off for this world he gets poorly off for the next. He loses his sense of dependence on He gets a distaste for pra3-e- r God. meetings. With plenty of bank stocks and plenty of government securities, what does that man know of the prayer, "give me this day my daily bread?" How few men largely successful in this world are bringing souls to Christ, or showing for others, or are eminent for piety? You can count them all upon your eight lingers and two thumbs. One of the old covetous souls, when he was sick, and sick unto death, used to have a basin brought in a basin filled with gold, aud his onby amusement and the only relief he got for his inflamed hands was running them down through the gold and turning it up in the basin. Oh, what infatuation and what destroying power money lias for many a man! Now, you were sailing at SO knots the hour toward these vortices of worldliness what a mercy it was, that honest defalcation! The same divine hand that crushed your storehouse, 3'our bank, 3our ofiicc, 3'our insurance, lifted you out of dehonestly susstruction. The da3 pended in business made your fortune for eternitj'. "Oh," you sa3 "I could get along very well myself, but I am so disappointed that I can not leave a compe-'tenc- e to my children." Mj" brother, the same financial misfortune that is going to save 3'our soul will save your children. With anticipation of a large fortune, how much industry would children have? without which habit of industr3" there is no safet3 The 3'oung man would say: "Well, there's no need of 013' working; m3' father will soou step out and then I'll have just what I want," You can not hide from him how much 3'ou arc worth. You think 3'ou are hiding it; he knows all about it. He can tell 3'ou almost to a dollar. Perhaps he has been to the county office and searched the records of deeds and mortgages, and he has added it all up, and he has made an estimate of how long 3'ou will probably stay in this world, and is not as much worried about 3'our rheumatism and shortness of breath as 3ou are. The only fortune worth an3'thing that 3ou can give 3'our child is the fortune you put in his head and heart. Of all the men who started life with 10,- 000 capital how man3' turned out well? 1 do not know half a dozen. man The best inheritance a can have is the feeling that he has to fight his own battle, and that life is a struggle into which he must throw bod3', mind and soul, or be disgrace fplly worsted. Where are the burial places of the men who started life with a fortune? Some of them in the potter's field; some in the suicide's Uut fev of these men reached gravo. years of age. They drank, the3 6inokod, they gambled. In them the beast destroyed the man. Some of them lived long enough to get their fortunes and went through them. The vast majority of them did not live to get their inheritance. From the gin shop or house of infamy they were brought home to their father's house, and in delirium began to pick off loathsome reptiles from the embroidered pillow, and to fight back imaginary devils. And then they were laid out in highby upholstered parlor, the casket covered with flowers by indulgent parents flowers suggestive of a resurrection with no hope. As you eat this morning at your breakfast table, and looked into the faces of 3'our children, perhaps you said within 3'ourself, s! How I wish I could start them in life with a couipetcnccl How I hate been self-deni1VJ "Poor-thing- itx it fiu;ino?al eeni-- e urn) jvtmaintalned tfaiir simplicity twid tYdJjrlons rumse-cratlot- il Not onu m:ut ottlj of a hun- disappointed in all nvy e tpoctations of what I would do for them!" l:pou thu!. &cciic of pathos I btuk with a pat an of congratulation, that by yuixr financial losses (;iir own prospects for Heaven and the prospect for the Heaven of children is iniglitihy improved. You may have lost a to-- , but you have won a palace. "How hard shall tlu- - that have riches enter into the kingdom of God!" "It is easier for a camel to go through a needle's cv than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of Heaven." What does that mean? It means that the grandest blessing Gi.d ever bestowed upon ymi was to take your money uwiiy from I'ou. Let me here .sa3. in passing, do not put much stress on the treasures of this world. You can not take them along with you. At. any rate, you can not take them more than two or three miles; you will have a to leave them at the eeiuete:'. So fond had three coffins. was he of his life that he decreed that lirst he should be buried in a coffin of gohr, and that thn that should be inclosed in a coffin of silver, and that should be inclosed in a coffin of iron, and then a large amount of treasure should be thrown in over his body. And so he was buried, and the men who buried him were slain, so that no one might know where he was buried, and no one might there interfere with his treasures. Oh. men of the world, who want to take your nione3 with you, better have three coffins! Again, I remark, j'ou ought to make of your bereavements. the vei'3' t The whole tendency is to brood over these separations, and to give much time to the handling of mementoes of the departed, and to make long visitations to the cemeter3 and to sax: "Oh. I can never look up again; my hope is gone; 1113 courage is gone; 1113 religion is gone; im faith in God is gone! Oil. the wear and imr and exhaustion of this loneliness:" The most frequent bereavement is the loss of children. If your departed child had live I as long as have lived do you not suppose that he would have had about the same amount of trouble and trial that could have had? If make a choice of r child between to 3cars of animyance, loss, vexation, exasperation and bereavein nts, and 10 years in Heaven, would take the responsibility of choosing the former? Would 3ou snatch awa3 the cup of eternal bliss and put into that child's hands the cup of mam bereavements? Instead of th.j complete s:ifet3 into which that child has been lifted, would jou like to hold it down to the risks of this mortal state? Would 3011 like to keep it out on a sea in which there have baen more shipwrecks than safe voj'ages? Is it not a comfort to to know that the child, instead of being besoiled and Hung into the mire of sin, is swung cljar into the skies? . Are not tho-.- children to be congratulated that the point of celestial bliss which 3011 expect to reach hy a pilgrimage of .0 or 00 or 70 years, they reached at a If tlie UKUM children wlio had entered Hcnvuii had gone through the average of human life on earth are suiv till those 10,000 would have finally reached the blissful terminus? Uesides that 1113 friends, are to look at this matter as a on 3'our part for their benefit If children want to go off in a May day part3'; if 3our children want to goon a flower3 and musical excursion, consent. You might prefer to have them with you, but their jubilant absence satisfies j'on. Well, jour departed children have onh gone out j in a part3 amid flowery and musical entertainment, amid jo3's and hilarities forever. That ought to quell some of j'our grief, the thought of their glee. So it ought to be that could make the best of all bereavements. The fact that 3'ou have so mati3" friends in Heaven will make 3our departure very cheerful. When j'ou are going on a everything depends upon where 3our friends are if thej are on the wharf that leave or on the wharf toward which 3011 are going to sail. In other words, the more friends j'on have in Heaven th easier it will be to get away from the world. The more friends here, the more bitter gooi'l'3's; the more friends there the more glorious welcomes. Some of 3'ou have so 111:1113- brothers, sisters, children, friends in Heaven that I do not know hardlj how 3011 are going to crowd through. Wlien the vessel came from foreign lan Is and brought a prince to our harbor the ships were covered with bunting, and 3011 remember how the thundred broalsides; but th. ra was no jo3 there compared with the j3 which shall be demonstrated when sail up the broad ba3' of Heavenly salutation. The more friends have there the easier your own transit. SVhat is death to a mother whose children nre in Heaven? Why, there is no more grief it than there is in her going into a iurscr3 amid the romp and laughter of her household. Though all around maj be dark, see you not the bright light in the clouds that light the irradiated faces of glorified kindred? So, also, my friends, I would have you make the best of jour sicknesses. When see one move off with elastic step and in full physical vigor, sometimes become impatient with your lame foot When a man describes an object a mile off, and can not see it at all, become impatient of your dim eye. When you hear of a well man making a great achievement you become impatient with 3our depressed nervous system or your dilapidated health. I will tell you how you can make the worst of it. Urood over it; brood over all these illnesses, and your nerves will become more witchy and your dyspepsia more aggravated and your weaknesses more appalling. Hut that is the devil's work, to tell you how to make the worst of it; it is mj work to show you a bright light in the 13- At-tilb.-sila-.hself-deniMnj-dau voj-agc r u hysical disorder may be the means of You viy j'on havo jraee to tl.e o.il. 0 111:1113- temptations from bodily and if 3'ou were only well 3ou hin!; could be a good Christian. While temptations 111:13 00 diffor-n- t, thej' are no in ire than those of the man who has an appetite three iir.es a daj anil sleeps eight hours night. From olservation I judge that invalids have a more rapturous view of the next world than well people, and will have higher renown in Heaven, flu; best view of the delectable mountains- - is through the lattice of the sickroom. There are trains running every hour between pillow and tnrone. between s aud mansion, between between crutch and robes, ami palm I wish Oh, branch. people, who are comiome j pelled to erj, "Mj my head, head! mj- fool. 1113 fool! ntv back, my hack!" would try some of the Lord's medicine! You are going to be well aii3how before long. Heaven is an old cit but has never reported one case of .sickness or one bill of mortality. No ophthalmia for the eye. No pneumonia for the lung.?. No pleurisy for the .side No neuralgia for the nerves. Xo rheumatism for the muscles. The inhabitants shall never say, "I am sic;-."There shall bj no more pain." Again, you ought to make the best of life's linality. Now, 3011 think I have a vcrj' tough subject You do not see how I am to strike a spark of light out of the flint of tho tomlston.-- . There are main people who have an idea that death is the submergence of I'verj'thing pleasant bj everything ilolefutT If my subject could elos in the upsetting of all such preconceived notions, it would close well. Who cm judge best of the features of a mm those who are close bj him. or th sj who are a'ar off? "Oh," 3011 saj, 'those can jtulge best of the featnresof a man who areclos b3 him!"' Now, my friends, who shall judge of tho features of death whether they are lovely or whether thej- - are repulsive? You? You are too far oil. If I want to get a judgment as to what really the features of death are, I will I will ask those who havo not ask been within a month of death, or a week of death, or an hour of death, or a minute of death. Thej stand so near the features, they can tell. unanimous testimony, if they are Christian people, that death, instead of being demoniac, is cherubic. Of all the thonsands of Christians who have been carried through the gates of the cemetery, gather up their experiences, and 3'ou will fi id the3' nearlj'all bordered on a jubilate. How see a dj'ing man join in often the psalm being sung around his bedside, the middle of the verse opening to let his ransomed spirit free long after the lips could not sneak, looking ami pointing upward. Som of you talk as though Go.l had exhausted h.m.-el- f in building this world, and that all the rich curtains He ever made hung around this planet, and all the flowers He ever grew Ho has woven into the carpet of our daisied meadows. No. This world is not the best thing (Jo can do; this world is not the best thing that God has done. One week of the j'ear is called blossom week called so all through the land because there are more blossoms in that week than in :tn3 other week of the 3'car. Ifiossom week! And that is what the future world is to which the Christian is invited blossom week forever. It is as far ahead of this world as paradise is ahead of Dry and yet here we stand shivering and afraid to go out, and we want to stay on the dr sand, and amid the storm3- petrels, when we are invited to arcors of jessamine and birds of paras, v.M-1113ba:.d-.igeT " e 1 Tor-tuga- s, - t . .rrr- - f:-- - -- "T""- IIW R. KINNAIRQ'S LIVERY. 'ft the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the I have purchased Insurance Agency Representing Over - Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given 3 r V.UU1111C1L11U 357,000,000 Companies .Etna of Hartford. Oncen or America. National of llartlbrt. riienix of Brooklyn, - In the following Fire Insurant RICE BENG-- LI JJk Ii5 iJi 'o 1 1 1 5l !., ITS Mi ill M?i IESUMCE SPED1GFIELD FIRE AMD MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. i llartrord of Hartford. Manchester of Fngland. Connecticut or llartrord. British and Mercliantilc. (Jcrnian American or New York. X01II1 4 LiTcrnool and London and Ulohc. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO! I af o represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance Robinson & Hamilton Office over Post Office. : : Kentucky: mi - Jj jj TURNPIKE NOTICE. rPnn Annual Meet Ins of the Danville, n.. Klver ami Lancaster Turnpike Comp ii for the election nf a Hoard f w'.' take place at Kiii:lem:in s Mill, on Satiml.iy, May 7tli l'Ja at U o'chx-i- : a. m. J. S KoUI.vson. I'resideut. Q 15. I.AW1C12XCH, rilYSICIAN and SCRUE0N. Olllce at the Dr. O'Neal Otlicc, Lancaster, Ky. Notice to Creditors. of J. (1. Alilriilue, Jlec'il., are Hereby notitit-t- f to present them. jinirly proven to the unIer-sigue- d for settlciueut. II. D. ALIiKIDGR. Apr. sth 2t. Administrator. AM TURUPIKE NOTICE. N hereby slven that a meetimiof th. Ijmcaster aud Dix Iliver Turnpike Uoad will be held at the Iron I'ride. 011 Saturday May Ttb l.yt at 'J o'clock, a. m.'to e Ieet a board of Directors to erve the ensuiii-- r year. Jno. YV. JIiLLEK.I'rc-iident- . 'V'otic-- iiartiesliavJii'r claims :ialnst the estate Company SontherD Mutual Wiit Co. OF LEXINGTON, KY. PLAN LIFE INSURANCE REVERSED. $97,000.00 Paid in Maturies. $36,000,00 Reserve and Surplus. Coupons Redeemed April, 1898. Name. Addre. Co:. Value. U'.7.: dise. One season I had two spring times. I went to New Orleans in April, and I marked the difference between going toward New Orleans and then coming back. As I went on down toward Now Orleans, the verdure, the foliage, became thicker and more beautiful. When I came back the further I camo toward home the less the foliage, and less and less it became until there was hardlj aiu. Now it all depends upon the direction in which If a spirit from Heaven should come toward our ho world is traveling from June toward December, from radiance toward darkness, from hanging gardens toward icebergs. And one would not be very much surprised if a spirit of God sent forth from Heaven toward our world should be slow to come. Hut how strange it is that we drea.l going out toward that world when going is from December toward June from the snow of earth lj' storm to the snow of liicnie blossom -- from the arctics of trouble toward the tropics of eternal joj. NTERESTING ITEM S. In the fourteenth century suits of armor often weighed 173 pounds and I J II Nelson, Baltimore, Md Oeorse 1'. Ilines. Wlnlk-ld- , Tenn Cow-gil-l ,t Spencer, Lexington, Ky Terry Ctosthwair, Leiugtou, Ky J.M. V John Skain Lexington, Ky .... Margaret Johnson. Louisville. Ky Mollle Simpson, LexImron, Ky Dr. II. I". Cox. Harrodsburff. Ky K. V. Johnson, Baltimore. Md Dr. V K Bannister, Lexington, Ky Koss it Harriugtou, Falmouth, Ky .... I) I! Good.'Lexlugtou, Ky Dr A 1" Taylor, Lexington. Ky M L Dowllng, Bnrglii. Ky Jjhn C Hedges, Lexington, Ky K S Ilariek, Nieholasville, Ky J II Baker, Lexington, Ly A J Taylor, Lexington. Ky George Copeland. Lexington. Ky Catherine Lang. Louisville. Ky L U Milward, Lexingtou. Ky Miss Annie Kuoble. Lexington. Ky...., J 31 A John Skain. Lexington, Ky C Y Freemon. Lexington Ky J M it John Skain, Lexington, Ky A S Bowman, Lexington. Ky Sarah Short, Sacramento, Cal Mrs C N F.vaus, Cincinnati. O Susan Brown, Lexington, Ky Joseph Zirnfelt, Louisxiilc, Ky Mrs Mary Golden, Lexiuglon, Ky I. ifon Biker, Hurrodsburg, Ky W II Ford. Lexington, Ky W II Ford, Lexington. Ky V II Ford. Lexington. Ky II L Stevens, Lexington, Ky F II Xortou. Lexington, Ky B II Adkius, Lexiugiou, Ky E L Ilaum, Lexington, Ky Maggie Smith, Lexington, Ky Mrs M G Hutchinson, Lexington, Ky... J D l'ureell, Lexington, Ky J I) l'ureell, cLxiugtou, Ky II B Butler, Ilarrodsbnrg, Ky Edward Woodford, X Middletou. Ky.... Kmll Ithardt, Nicholasville. Ky Alien B Hawkins, Lexington, Ky M N I'eaeock, Georgetown, Ky V L Richmond, Lexington. Ky Ed Lally, Lexington, Ky Dr. It. B. Cassedy, Le Grange, Ky William Watson, Louisville. Ky O S Williams, Kurgln, Ky J C Thompson, Lancaster, Ky Kate S Brown, Lexington, Ky Kate S Brown, Lexington, Ky Kate S Brown, Lexington, Ky Katie M Fecny, Lexington, Ky George (5 Curl, Georgeton, Ky R T Collins, Georgetown, Ky Harry McCarty, Nicholnsville, Ky MeFerran Crow, Versailles, Ky Shookum Gulch Fool, Lexington Sliookum Gulch Fool, Lexington, Ky... Shookum Gulch Fool. Lexington. Ky... Shooknm Gulch Fool, Lexington, Ky ... Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky... Shookum Gulch Fool, Lexington, Ky... Sliookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky... J C Thompson, Lancaster, Ky MissTheo Hemphill, Lancaster, Ky Milton Johnson, Muysville, Ky Johu T Shelby, Lexington, Ky John R Allen, Lexington, Ky John R Allen, Lexington, Ky W W Qulnn, Xicholasville, Ky S V Fry. Lexington, Ky Geo W Fltzgerlaud, Georgetown, Ky.... J II Baker, Levington, Ky J II Baker, Lexington, Kv J II Baker, Lexington, Ky Johnson & Kelson, Baltimore, Md John Lowr'y, Newport News, Vn A. F.Campbell, Fortress Monroe, Va ... Wra II Arringdale, Newport News, Va .. D 11 Good, Lexington, Ky White estate, Lexington, Ky Good & Co., Lexington. Ky A L Marshall Lexington, Ky Dr David Bennett, Lexington, Ky W li Fiuch, Danvlllo, Ky W D Finch, Danville, Ky A L Marshall, Lexington, Ky Lulio Slble. Louisville, Ky D B Good. Lexington, Ky Johnson, Nelson, & Co., Lcxibgton, Ky. fi!0 ;r..'j 23Jtl Vi.lt roil an. ti .... iVi ., inio 21.00 iVn) 'HJM ; t7 aijo a.".o ."i,v ."..'.til i:o !.." Jl.7t. 19.71. W 7i. 12.17 l.V.l 1!l:.o IILoU JOO YIJAt 19SIH .! r.s.t 52.17 17' n.at I0J5I in.:" 25.71 1S0 LS..VI 1C0 l.VA) s:. f. C.1.1 t.5.1.1 1.VO H.V lii-e- ni 17 ni.17 31.17 lt,"V 1S 1L50 r.i.i7 S1.17 SMU M -- .17 21.17 Sf".ft 2(1.011 is.;o us UA 12 .... .... 10 a HJjft 2t;.t.i 21.17 loro :o Sjii io,-o d 10.,-j- li)X over. . a.r 20.CW strange thing it is that jou have chosen those who werj physically disordered! Moses I know he was nervous from the clip he gave the Egyptian. Job his blood was vitiated and diseased and his skin distressfully eruptive. David he had a running sore, which he speaks of when he says; "My sore ran in the night and ceased not" Jeremiah had enlargement of the spleen. Who it who reads Lamentations? Paul ho had a lifetime sickness which tho commentators have been guessing about for years, not knowing exactly what the apostle meant by "a thorn in the I do not know either: but it flesh." was something; sharp, something that stuck him. I gather from all this that can-do- clouds. Which of the Hibla men most'attract 3our attention? You saj, Moses, Job. David, Jeremiah, Paul. Why, what a Ix 1S50 the tallest building in New York was onh' five stories high, and the church spires were conspicuous above them. Now there is only one spire in thu cit3' as high as the tallest building. . Dunixo the last 50 jears Great Ilritain has been atwannorcfreqnent-I- 3 than am other nation. The total number of large and small wars waged during that time amounts to about 30, or one. a year. Wiikn" a ncwl j designed fouutain pen fails to work an auxiliary pen can be pushed down to take its place l3 operating a sliding ring on the holder, the second pen being intended for use with an ink bottle. Pauls and Marseilles are connected lines entirely underb3 telegraph ground. They are placed in iron pipes and buried four feet beneath the surface, with manholes .",000 feet apart. It cost nearly 1,300,(100 to bury the wires. Although this county has not the advantage of a location that Great Britain has as regards German markets, tho sewing machines and of tho bicycles imported into that eountrj in 1SU7 came from the United States. Recently, while excavating somo land for the construction of the municipal sewage outfall works at Stockport, Cheshire, England, a gigantic fossilized oak, with two branches complete, and computed to weigh over 10 tons, was unearthed. It is quite an unique specimen, being larger than; any oak at present growing in and its soliditj and beauty of color and grain are alike remarkable. Prof. Uoyd Dawkins, of Owens college, Profits over cost. considers it can not be Ics3 than 10,009 years old. one-thir- d two-fiftd, . . . . . . . 7JU iJi SJSU ir to J7.lt 17.lt 20.0i 20.0H 20.0(1 20.0C 17.41 17.11 15.CO 17.4 1 17.14 17.11 1.50 JM oO . .9 . 7.50 . SJjQ . 8.50 80 70 . . . S.50 . 8.50 . SJiO 17.lt 17.41 17.4 1 17,41 17.41 17.41 17. II 17.11 15.00 12.57 12.57 12.57 12.57 12.57 12 57 12.57 . . SM . 8.50 . 8.50 8.50 S.50 8 50 . 8.50 . CM . 6M . G.50 . CM . G.50 . 6.5J . . nO CM CM . CM . GM . CM . UJZf 12J.7 12.57 12.7 12.7 132.00 132.GO 4G50 . . . 4GM 4C..50 132,00 .42.50 F.0 0O 4fifl tV.0 4V5-- . . . 42 50 . 120.1 . 42.10 129.10- -. 45.50 120.00 41.50 ,91G,0t .IM (a) ."....$VL252.CG 132.00 129.00 12U.0J 120.00 A. SMITH BOWMAN, Stetary- -