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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 13, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898051301_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 13, 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 VOLUME PUBLISHED IX WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAMi Square and Danville Avenue. : Entered at the Pott j Office in Lancattcr, Ky as Second Clots Matter. NCatC2R 5 j LANCASTER. KY.. IT P ID AY, MAY, 13. 1898. " ' i ' 1. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: $i.ooptr Year tn Adxame. Cultivators AND I IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. New trains Sunday. Bring in a dollar for the Record. of weather this A. Double A nice assortment week. Nice lot of shades just received. R , Stone. Shovel Plows. Screen Doors, Coolers Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers. G. S. Gaines handles Brown Cultivator. the genuine 8c. The greatest Disc Harrow on the market, at G. S. Gaines'. Large line of carpet samples Come and get choice. R. A. Stone. B. Wanted, all the eggs 1 can Ret, at per dozjn. P.. A. Stone The best iwo horse wagon on the market at 11. B. Gaines'. Wanted, car load of Iron, Bones and Rags. IL B. Fine Tennessee strawberries at II. Northcotts S.tturday. Northcott . Headquarters for Deering Binders, Mowers t.n I threshing machines at G S.,Gaices- Wanted, 20,000 pounds of wool, will pay highest market price. U. B. Northcott. v -- Booth Tl' mpson and family have Wo are daily receiving a handsome rented San lptten's residence in the Baker addit ill line of furniture, cheaper than ever Jas. A. shown to Lancaster people. fc Hatching. Beuzley & Co. From prize vining Black Minorcas Dr. McDonald, of Danville, preachW. I. Williams, 15 eggs for $1.(0. Col. W.G.Welch. IL L. Elkin ed at the Presbyterian church Sunday Lancaster. Stanford. morning, and at the union meeting jAVanted. 38 calibre Srnjth & Wesson revolver. Sunday evening. Must be cheap and in good order. "I would not have you ignorant tf. brethren." It is not your buying I Leave name at uIkcoku offec. appreciate, but your paying also. Law, War map, 2Sx- -l inches of Cuba, tho R. A. Stoxe. World, West Indies, &c, 20c each, if C. Went Wet. by mail 22c Send for one. J. LANCASTER. KY. T.iompson. , Local option was defeated in Har rodsburg, Tuesday, by a majority of Preaching nt Mt. Tabor. sixty-siWe am requested by Eld. R. B. Rawing. to announce that he will prerch at Mt. Tabor next Sunday morning at All parties wanting lumber sawed 11 o'clook. must have losrs at Mill by Miy 25th, as Mill will be moved shortly Look To Tour Interest. O G. Speake 2t ul buggies on the mar Best home-11School Closes. ket at J. B. Ely's Paint Lick, Ivy. General repairing and horseshoeing a Miss Amanda Anderson's school at specialty. Give us a trial. ' 3m. Mr. Ben Lear's, closed Monday, with appropriate Miss Bessie exercises. Danville Steam Laundry. Ballard was given a gold medal for reSmith & Currey, Agents for Danville ceiving highest mark in mathematics. Steam Laundry. We ship every day. Tough Characters. We send and deliver Two Daily, been BEAZLET& BADGHMAK Satisfaction guaranteed. Work called loafing women namedcounty have someabout the for for and delivered. tf time, were brought in Wednesday and FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Away 1'leu the 'Woodcock. t iken befole court to show why they I have the bst and cheapest line of did not support and take better care ARTERIAL and CAVITY EMwear ever Lrought to of their two children. After considr coats at SOe ering the case, the court ordered the this city. BALMING a SPECIALTY. and SI; Black Alpaca coits at S'J, and children taken to the Methodist chilCrash suit at S:t 53. Tailoi-maddren's home in Louisville. The women Carpets, &c. genuine Kentucky tow linen were told that unless they went and at S3 per sui. The gooJs will laundry sinned no more, they would be placed on the rock pile. perfectly. M. D. Hughes, Agt J. R. HASELDEN. Lancaster, Ky. Remember the main part of business is to pa' your accounts at the "end" of the month. IL A. Stone. welgh a mm, Attorneys at All business attended to promptly. 1 to-d- Ready-to-wea- Furniture, Lancaster, Kyi e, home-spu- n WHILE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR THE Come in and look at our stock of Hats, Shoes, Clothing and Gent's Furnishings which embraces the NEWEST and MOST COMPLETE assortment and LOW PRICES ever seen in Central Kentucky. OREGON CANNONADING "but m I line, our ApillSt HAVANA has not commenced our Cannonading against high prices has, and as "seeing is "believing" an inspection of our ALL WOOL suits at perfection, he overwhelmingly convincing. With Children and Boys suits over $2.50 we give a cap, belt, ball and bat. I faced and satin piped, our $10.00 $5.00, our lot of $7.50 suits French $15.00 and $16.50 suits which embody the quintessence of Commadore Dewey has -- J oto4foim Sunk tho , Stilish Fkst. But our prices in shoes have dropped within ;he reach of all.. Patent Leathers, Willow Calf, Light colored Tan (the veryh.ttst)-- all canbe bought in FINE QUALITY at low prices at our h use. Shoes bought from us $2.50 up are shine d by us, Free. Manila Has Been Bombarded! and we can show you a most complete stock of Straw Hats ranging in prices from Scents U P "TO $2.00. soft bosom with detached cuffs will come in n3xt waak, so bDV3 save your orders un til you get a look at them. :: Our Monarch Shirts :: From this date I must sell for cash. line of Harness and Saddlery R. A. Stone. w at Haselden's, at lowest prices. J. A. Beazley &- Co. have a large and handsome line of wall paper. Prices Messrs. Wm. Ward and Wm. nern- - to suit the people. as trustees of the on were Sam T. Evans has the largest Graded School. They had no opposiine of buggies and phaetons ever tion. brought to Lancaster. Save your or Notice. ders for him. No driving will be allowed in the Nuisance. Cemetery on the afternoon of DecoraThe town authorities should pass an tion Day. This order will be strictly S. B. Henry, Sunt rdinance prohibiting bicycle riding enforced. on the side walks. This is the only A bip; crowd was at the depot Satur town on the map that permits this day morning to see the soldier boys nuisance. off. It was 4:30 o'clock, and the rain IMay Ball. falling in torrents, but many ladies Reds vs. Louisvilles, Cincinnati, were there. Sunday, May 15, SI. 25 Round Trip, Public Sale of Town Lots. from Junction City and Danville, by I will on the 24 th day of May offer Queen & Crescent Route. Ask Tickfor sale several nice building lots. et Agents for particulars W. C. Rin- Terms made known on day of sale earson, G P. A., Cincinnati, O. Sale begins at 10:30 o'clock. 11. F. Walter. Old Soldiers. The old soldiers will meet in Mason Mrs. Iteauchamp at Xtw Hope. ic Hall at 2 o'clock, Saturday after We are requested to announce that noon to make arrangements for DecoMrs Beauchamp will give a free lectration Day. They will also select a ure at New Hope on the evening of delegate to attend the annual meeting May 16. A.l are cordially invited to at Bjwling Green. be present. New Trains. Another Cook. We learn from the railroad officials Capt. Sam Duncan telegraphed for another cook Sunday, and Joe Stodgill, that the new trains have been put on colored boy was sent. The company the time card and will begin running took Jim Wiggle at firat, but one man on the 15th, Sunday. The local agent Us Tub Record that he has not recould not do the work. ived a time card, consequently we One fare for round trip to Lexington, are unable to inform our readers as to ace unt the League Amer en Whecl- - the exact time of the arrival of th mea Meeting, June 23th and 21st, from trains. all points in Kentucky, Queen & Cres- SI. 25 Excursion to Lexington. jnt Route. Good to June 22ad to re The L. & N. will run an excursion turn. Bicycles Handled Free. to Lexington, Sunday, passing Lancaster at 8:35 a. m , arriving at LexTeacher's Examination. 1 he train will leave Miss Eiisa Luik asks Iue Record to ington at 10:30. announce that sue will nolo an exam- - Lexington at 0:30 p. m. Go over and nation for white teachers at her of see our boys in camp. Dress parade, interesting fice on May 20th and 21st. An exam- - battalion drill and other nation for colored teachers will be ights. held at the same place oa May 27th Contest at Walnutta. and 28th. The inclement weather prevented many from attending the contest at O Alcorn Elected. At the annual meeting of the direct Walnutta, Tuesday night, but those ors of the Lancaster, Dix River and who ventured out were more than Danville Turnpike, Judge Joe Robin paid for it All the young ladies did son declined to accept the presidency remarkably well, and many compliagain, and Hon. J. Lcn Bruce, of Dan ments have hicn showered upon them. priz-;a gold medal, was ville, was chosen. The old board of The first awarded to Miss Elcne Hiatt, and the ec .ors was second, a subscription to the American Home Magazine, was given to Miss "Tlie Lost Atlantis." Volney B. Cushtng's lecture, The Fannie Spratt At the conclusion oi quilting Lost Atlantis, is a rare feast of won tne contest, an ders new by the very reason of their bee was given, in which Misses Jennie great autiquity. It is full of scientific Wallace and Lucy Ramsey, took the rev halations of interest to learned and principal part unlearned alike. He is one of the best Honor to Them. lectures that ever visited this city. On Friday afternoon, R. H. Tomlin Va, Charleston Gazette, West son, J. J1. Uuncan, Judge liurnside. and one or two others, suggested thai Better. Tus Record is glad to note that Mr. a supper be spread for the soldier boys The sug Rice Benge is improving rapidly. The previous to their departure. left leg was broken just above the gestion met with prompt approval and ankle, and it was thought for a time the work was quickly commenced. that amputation would be necessary. Misses Mary Miller, May Hughes and The break was a bad one, the bone Dove Harris readily and cheerfully protruding soma distance. The doc- undertook the task of soliciting donators now say the break will mend tions for the spread. The three noble ladies walked all afternoon in a without much trouble. drenching rain, going from house to house collecting the provisions. At Been There Himself. Mike Salter, who fought eight o'clock that night a row of ta Capt. through tho late war, was active in bles in the hall at the Court House getting up the supper for the boys. were ladened with many kind of good The morning they left he had made, things to tempt the palates of the at his individual expanse, several large young warriors. We nave never seen kettles of strong coffee for the boys. a more bountiful public supper spread taIt did not get done before they march than was there for the boys. TheBered to the depot, and Capt Salter had bles were waited upon by Misses Milit carried to the train. We wish Capt. tha Burnside, Nellie Marrs, Mary Salter could get a good appointment ler, May Hughes, Elisa Lusk, Altie in the army. lie would make a true Marksbury, Bessie Bush, Alberta An derson, Dove Harris, Lula Anderson, and brave soldier. and many others of Lancaster's socie Prices Lower than Ever. ty folks. After ample justice had been Tailor made suits at 812.50 to $30. done the supper, the boys were ad Satisfaction or no pay. You have paid dressed by Capt Herndon, Hon. R. H. suits that were not Tomlinson, G. B. Swinebroad, Rev. $12 for ready-mad- e as good as Wanamaker and Brown's Henry Faulconer, W. L Williams, P. suits at S3, and their suits at $9.53 and W. Spencer, Lewis Walker and others. $11.50 aie equal to other $15 suits, be The speeches were all good and full of and beautiful in design timely advice to the boys, wno ap ing and finish. The suits at $13.50 and $15 plauded the speakers frequently. Too much praise cannot be shower usually sell for $18 and $20, and their $20 suit is the same of quality, such ed upon the young ladies for the patsuits usually selling for $25. A com riotic work done by them. 'J he weatl parison of goods will prove that you er was miserable, and they ran the will sav3 some dollars by giving me risk of a spell of sickness by plodding through the rain, but they worked your order. M. D. Hughes, Agent bravely through the entire afternoon . Brought Home. and 'til ten o'clock in the n'g'it to Mr. Mitch Kelley, who was hurt by give the boys a good send-of- f and a fall at Middlesborough, was able to show them that our people apprecia bj brought to Lancaster several days ted their bravery in risking their lives since. He was working on a bridge for Uncle Sam's country. and fell a distance of eighteen feet H'.s breast struck two large spike Tba Buyti U the Uffceat frade bUaf pvwtfar nails, which were sticking in a plank, Imm. Actofl Uttt w it These were driven, head first, into tfeM farther was amy ether treat Mr. Kelley's lungs. He was p'eked up more dead than alive and the nails pulled out. His recovery is miracu lous. His many friends are rejoiced to know that he will soon be entirely well and able to resume work. A fine all-wo- Summer Lap Dusters Whips, and Fly Nets at Haselden's. Contest in Elocution, Stan ford June 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. Ribbons. We are showing a very extensive line of Ribbons, both in plain and fancy, suitable for trimming and sashes. Carpets. "We have nice line samples of Carpets and are selling them very cheap. "We can take your orders and deliver them on short notice. Premiums. We have quite a large line of premiums cn exhibition at our store which we give away with $5.00, $10.00, $15.00 and $20.00 purchases. Call and See them. The LOGAN DRY GOODS CO. "WAR TALK. Two attempts have been made to poison the water used by the regulars in camp at Mobile. Capt Ballance, United States mus tering' efficer, said he would rush the Kentucky men to the front as soon as equipments are furnished if he has to send one company at a time. It is claimed that no material aid can be given the insurgents in Cuba until at least three bases of supplies are occupied, and then it would require weeks to mobilize the insurgent forces. Volney B. Cashing. Logan 'r & Robinson Our pjople will be delighted to learn W. C. T. U. has secured Vol ney B. Cashing, to deliver two lectures in this city on the evenings May 19 and 20th. The first lecture will ba free. No subject has yet been selected for this evening. On the 29th his subject will b s "The Lost Atlantis," and a small admission fee will be charged. Mr. Cashing has a national reputation as a lecture and his appearance here will b j quite a treat m that the POWDER AMMrttlyHf MJOM rOWSCH OO., ROYAL MW VMK. The Surgeons' Board began the work of examining volunteers at Lexington Tuesday. Of 79 men in Company G, of Covington, 19 failed to pass, and 24 men will have to be recruited to fill the company. The work is now progressing swiftly. The men at Lexington are beginning to complain of their quarters. They say they would prefer the open field to the crowded buildings. Many of them are anxious to go to the front, and the news telling of the change in the plans for the volunteer army to le sent direct to the coast centers is p easant news to them. There may not be a great naval battle at present in Porto Rican waters unless information conveyed to the United States. Government, is erroneous. Instead of the expected naval battle, we arc to have the bombardment of Havana and San Juan and the military occupation of Cuba and Porto Rico sooner than anticipated. e In consequence of this plan for Hate movement against Havana and .San Juan, the orders for mobilizing the' volunteers at Chicamauga have been countermanded, .and the troops ordered to that point will go instead to Tampa Mobile and New Orleans for fcr- - immediate service in tha two islands. 'It is expected to land an. army lare.eno Jgh to strike a decisive b'.ow. A'spaeial from Washington says one of the Kentn ky regiments will almost O'rtlily be ordered to lamps. The Wr Department U figaring upon Binding troops direct to Tampiwiik-oat stopping them at CbkkamaBga.Tbe im-m- changes in orders have not been completed and will not be given out until they are, but it is learned that one of Kentucky's regiments will be among the first to go straight through. The Navy Department was notified by the naval attache at Londen, that the Spanish fleet which left the (Cape Verde Islands April 29, and for which Admiral Sampson is waiting near Por to Rico, has arrived at Cadiz. The Na vy Department evidently accepts the report as true, and has decided to be gin at once the reduction or San Juan and Havana. The army is moving rapidly to the points of embarkation and will probably be landed in force on C iban soil within a week, when a joint attack by land and sea will at one 3 be made. The attack on Porto Rico is to be simultaneous with that on Cuba. San Juan will be the immediate objective point of Rear Admiral Sampson, who has also instructions to destroy or capture all Spahish ships in Porto Rican waters. San Francisco, 12 m. -- Three steamers loaded with troops sailed for PiK- pines last night They carried arms and provisions to help Admiral Dewey hold Manila. St Thomas, Danish Island, 2 p. m. Bulletins say American fljet bombard- ia? San Juan, Porto Riaco. Began at 9 o'clock this morning. Washington. 2 p. m. Gen. Merritt announces officially that he vi ill leave Sanfrancisco tomorrow to lead Manila expedition of 12,000 men and be w ill a Governor of Philipine Islands. Key West, 2:10 p. m. In a battle at Carlenas Matanza's province, yester o day three American gunboats and boat Winslow attackel Spaniards shore batteries two Spanish gun boats wyich rained fire on Americans. Battle lasted hours. Ensign Bagley, of the Winslow, and four sailors oa same were killed and five wounded. Span ish gunboat sunk. Cardenas set fire. hundred Dons killed, heavy loss, 1 tor-pod- HELP THE BOYS. T the Friends of the Second Regiment K. S. G. In order that oar religions service in camp may be more effective, we need a folding organ and song books. We feel that each town Madia? me a to serve ia this regioaeat would be e, glad to contribute towards thia par-pos- organizations aad iadividaals will le greatfally received and should be seat Willis L Watts, to Chap'aia 2ad Ky. Keg't Lexington, Ky. Con tribatioas from towas, t relifkai - CENTRAL KKCORD . - IN CAMP. STANFORD. and cee that they are made to ry. The corps insigla, woru on the caps, are crossed muskets for the first fight. d Mr. John B; Mershon says that his The I.iiTic.'ister SoIllr Hoy now crossed cannon for the second and at Tattcrsull, Lexington. The daily papers take up half their crossed sabers for the third. The uni- wife has in the last six weeks sold $VJ, EVKRV WEEK BY pages in head lines. Simc of them form is blue, no matter how it may be 5 worth of butter from one Jersey Z.OVIS ItASDltA. it. Publisher. Cami Collier, May 10, 1S0S. cow, besides supplying a family of five look more like a horse bill than a ornamented and embellished. LANCASTER, KEXTUCKV. To Tin: Rixonn: news-pper. At present Uncle Sam has bar.ly with milk and butter abundant. We arrived at Lexington SaturII. Yeager says that a Mrs. Jam-imore than a surlicient number of mod- day morning at !:3d. A drenching 'J he $1.00 girl of Mr. Frank e.-ittle YAK, IN ADVANCK riilos for the regular army. rain was falling, and we ma ched " iONE Months. militia of the States are ar.ucd with Rout put some fish eggs under a set through it from the L. & N. depot to .25 " " ting hen three weeks ao and that OR T Springfields and similar camp, a distance of about two miles. weapons. When it is sa'd when she looked in the nest yesterday Wc were assigned to quarters in a that a Spring!! 'Id rille shoots twenty-fiv- e there were a number of fine ininn ws double deik barn, w e holding 1?ltIDAY, May 13, 189S bullets a minute with a range of actually flourishing on dry land. the fort in the upper deck, or lop. S 3ll 1,000 3'ards, against forty shots a iniu-ut- c A lady tells me she is using the iden The buil ling, which is as good as tl.e e FOli COSGRESS. at 0,000 yards for the new regula tical she purchased when average house, lias bjen thoroughly a very imperfect she married and went to tion cleansed, whitewashcl an.l put in deWe are authorized to nnnouuee McCnEARY. notion is given of the difference ia e"- - sixty-on- e years ago. It has been in cent shapo. It makes a first-rat- e Hon. James P. McCrkaky, of Madison ectivencss between the twe weapons. constant use ever since and is appar placj for our purpose. The stalls have county, a candidate for Congress in tlie Hie difference lies mainly in the in ently as good as new. N.)t one cent about two feet of straw, and a blanket Mh Congressional District, subject to the Orders taken for all Foreign or Domestic 31agizir.es or Newspapers. creased "danger space" where the wascver spent fpr rcp..irs for it and it spread over this makes a s action of the Democratic party. is used. The velocity is doubtless the oldest now in use in soldier's bed. THOMPSON" We nnuounce J. B. Thompson a of the projectile fired by the Krag-Jo- r the world. So many troops arriving here at the by the Demcandidate for genson is so great that its course thro' I understand that a Lincoln county ama time caused great confusion, and ocratic party for Representative iu the air is nearly horizontal, so that it man will purchase the county rights it was aim jst impossible to get our from this the istli district. E. AY. Lillnrd. Jno. II. Stout. would kill a man who stood anywhere to sell the recently invented spanking men straightened out. Ihcro is en between the muzzle of tne r.fle and a machine. From a picture of it that I tirely too much "red tape" to be gone distance of three miles. A Spriug-fijl- d have just received I observe that it is through with. Our men arrived here Tim Kentucky troops at Lexington bullet, on the other hand, might worked by means of a trcddle, runs as without breakfast and'on account of were stirred up considerably Tuesday ightly as a sewing machine and The Oregon is, safe in Bahia port, kill at two miles, but, if properly aim when tliey were told they would be ed for such a range, would go over the spanks a bay 2'J times a second, just ordered south as fast as thej- - could be Brazil. a man standing a mile away. head of Reports from Lexington hard enough to not tear or soil the equipped. The United States has additionally a Commodore Dewey has been heard hide, though sparks are said to fly out say every one of the recruits so far militia force of 115.C27 and 10,000,000 om and the American people are of the trousers every lick. The price Questioned is wild with joy at the more available fighting men. compensated for the delay by the grat of the machine is low and introduced seeming opportunity to move forward. Buffalo Bill (CoL W. F. Cody) says ifying information that the victory at n Garrard and Lincoln. I am ure it They are eager for the quick arrival we have the finest calvalry force on tl! 5 Of Manila was even more complete and will work wonders. of the equipment ordered by Captain lie is an authority from exWashington and which earth, and first reports made it glorious than ltallmce from I - is my individual opinion that fold perience and observation. Not only was the Spanish iljet com ing bads should all be committed to it is thought, will hs here by the last Hon. W. C. Owens and Congressman pletely destroyed and the forts cap of next week at the furthest The flames or sunk to the bottom of tin put through a great D G. Colson have been appointed ma tured, leaving Djwey master of Ma sea. Uetting into one siiows a sine: soldiers are :: & jors oC the Second Regiment, and will nila Bay, but this result was aecom deal of work. Instead of the light dal intent. A young lady here reeeiv drilling received last week in small be in command as soon as the regiment pllshed without the loss of a single ed the hardest fioueezing slu ever got life on the American ships and with a short time ago by one of these death doses, they are now required to drill is mustered into service. General Miles says fifty thousand only eight wouudjJ. Njt an Ameri traps and was only found in time in about six hours a day. The men are gotten can ship was disabled or even serious the nich of time to save her life. Such in good health and spirits, but are troops are being hurriedly greatly perplexed at the snail's gait ready to go to Cuoa. Resolutions ly disabled. Admiral Dewey for he instances are read about almost every thanking Dewey for his victory were has been promoted had not taken day. Last Saturday ni'ht Mr. John in which they are equipped. Manila when his dispatch boat, brin Capt. lUllancc, the army officer in passed in Congress this morning. Ashhurst, a nurseryman from charge of the recruiting in Kentucky, The reconcentrados, or noncombat ing the reports printed today, left Ma- county, stayed over night at Mr. John was interviewed regarding the time ants, have been dying of starvation by nila on May 4, but he is in a position Wliit.'s, about three miles from StanSECOXD LIEUT. CI.AUPE WIIEKRITT. necessary to get the Kentucky troops the thousands because they were not to take it whenever he gets ready. It ford, and was assigned to a room in into the field. He said: "We cannot allowed to raise crops on their land, will be remembered that the Spanish which is a folding bed. which closed having to go through so many forms, leave here until they areequipped,and beincr driven from their homes and official reports last Sunday of the bat up on him some time during the night and darned fool ceremonies, we did tle of Manila aroused false hopes of aud at this writing he is thought to not c. a stove to cool: on until late in I am afraid that will bz a long time. forced to abide in the towns. victory at Madrid by interpreting the be fatally injured- - His family has the afternoon. Now, I readily appreci- It is doubtful if the wool has been Comcz sends a message telling the a'e the fact that a soldier should exsheared for the Kentuckians' uniforms American army to land at Matanzas, withdrawal of the American ships af been telegraphed f jr at Somerset. pect nothing but hardships, but it and you know we cannot go into a bringing only fever immunes in the ter the first two hours' fighting as an The heavy rains of last week raised does look like carelessness of the rank campaign until they are properly uni- first division. This message is taken indication that the Americans had formed. We are getting along very as a definite settlemant of the place of been badly damaged. It now appears Hanging Fork considerably and when est type to require men, who volun Dewey only with- a young man and his sweetheart at teered to help their county, to go slowly, for all this work is new, and landing, and nothing now remains but that Commodore TO YOU drew for breakfast, after which he fin tempted to cross it in a buggy they without fool, simply because som wc nave no precedents to go by. 'J he push the troops into the island. found themselves in a peck of trouble Big Ike "has to have the necessary ished the job in short order. same rules which were in force when private soldier is not The water was runing in the bottom of requisitions," or on account of some the volunteers of the civil war were anThe lot of the unpleasant one. In times of peace the vehicle and when in the middle being mustered into service do not apMany old soldiers now leel the ef the stream the horse balked and could other tomfoolery. Things are straight only about four hours a day ened out better now, and the boys are ply now, and it is a much slower busi- he works L for his board and clothes and S13 a fects of the hard service they endured not be induced to budge. Something all comfortable and happy. I want to ness than it was in those days." month, the monthly cash stipend in- during the war. Mr. Geo. S Ander bad to be done, so the young man lit say here that this oversight was no creasing annually until after five years son, of Roseville, York county, Penn., out in the raging stream, which struck fault of our oflieers. They kicked in who savv the hardest kind of service above high watermark, the young lady It is hoped that the poor condition it is SIS a month. vain for us. The trouble was caused at the front, is now frequently troub in which the state troops were found Plans for the invasion of Cuba will led with rheumatism. "I had a severe as gracefully as the exigency of the by the question of authority arising TO will have the effect of opening the not be put into execution until Sampcase permitted obeyed his orders, strad between the state and government eyes of our people ana causing better son meets the Spaniards or discovers attack lately," he sa3's, "and procured dled his broad shoulders and with his ollieers. They did not seem to know provision to be made for the guard. It their whereabouts. Secretary Alger a bottle of Chambelain's Pain Balm. weighty burden (she weighs IT.") he 'who was who" and there is where It did so much good that I would like waded to the shore, and then in some the rub came in. Capt. Duncan and is impossible for an Adjutant General has carried his point, and a large army, or Governor to keep the troops on composed in part of southern volun to know what you would charge me way enticed the horse to drj' land. Lieut's. Farra and Wherritt have for a dozen bottles." Mr. Anderson This romantic experience of the couple fighting footing when the legislature teers, will be the invading force. worked like beavers for us and will wanted it both for his own use and to fails and refuses to set aside money for The administrrtion is strongly im supply it to his friends and neighbors, will end in a marriage in about two see that we arc well cared for. the purpose. A great many men have weeks it is stated authoritatively. SKIRMISH SHOTS. served as legislators who did not even pressed with the feeling that the final as every family should have a bottle A picture of himself in a blue un"- T S. BEAZLEY, We are company '. know of the existence of a state guarl. battles is about to be fought. It has of it in their home, not only for rheu in the sampson matism; but lame back, sprains, swel form ornamented with brass buttons, ALL WOMEN The election of such men is fie direct the utmost confidence Our uniforms have not arrived yet. cap with tassels on it, a sword and Slioultl know that tho ZDEHSTTIST. cause of our troops being so far be- fleet and naval officers here can not see lings, cuts, bruises and burns, for W e are living on bread, coffee, "OIU 'lime" Kerned)-- , Teeth filled and extracted with hind other states when Uncle Sam how spain, after suffering another dis which it is unequalled. For sale by pistol at his side and parading in one naln. Crown and I!rld''i; and "sow bosom." blaze of glory flitted through the mind lm called for help. The adjutant gener- astrous defeat, can continue the war. R, E. McRoberts. ork a specialty. Office over J. R. llaseiden'a Wm. Collier, a Lancaster boy, will hardware store, neit to Court House, Lancasof a dashing young man of this county The Cabinet and President have deals make reports after reports calling ter, Ky. and he straightway proceeded to Lan be Adjutant of our regiment. to annihilate the Spanish fleet if attention to what is needed by the cided STONE. W m. Berkelc, a former Lancaster caster and j ined CapL Sam Duncan's guards, but the average legislator Sampson has to cross the Atlantic ORGANIZED 1883. slept through their reading, the re- They will send troops to Manila f r Corn is selling at 2 00 per bar; el regiment. He was allowed to return man, is Regimental Quartermaster. home till the time of mobillz ition ar One of the most popular men in ranks and that end- the occupancy of the island. They here. ports were pigeon-holeNATIONAL BANK, rived and a change came over the spir is Rowan Saulley. Everybody likes ed it. 1 he writer of this article was have so far decided to send troops to Tobacco plants are nearly large it of his dreams. Another imaginary him. U a member of the State Guard for six Cuba for the occupancy of the island OF LANCASTER. ST. enough to reset. picture arose aud with the mind's eye years, and knows of the way the or- as early as possible. The boj's will ever remembar Capt. Most everybody are done planting he contemplatively beheld a picture of Mike Salter for that coffee the mornNo ganization has been neglected. On account of the great financial disCapital, $100,000 himself shipped home in a colli a from ing we left. comcorn and sowing hemp. officers on earth can sustain good tress in Havanna the merchants are Cuba via Tampa, Florida, g z d upon Surplus Fund 15,000 panies unless the equipments are not very well supplied with provisions. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Folger are re There are two regiments in this his funeral possession en route to forthcoming. If the salaries paid a The country near the towns was laid joicing over the arrival of a fine boy BUSINESS SOLICITED. Stanford Buffalo Cemetery and read camp, the Second and Third. We Is tho host for Female Troubles. Corrects all s at Frankfort waste by Weyler, a policy that will re number of Mrs. Mollic East who has been dan have 2,530 men all tod. Irregularities In Female Onrans. Should he Careful and Prompt Attention "He Guaranteed were applied toward keeping up the suit in a boomerang finish, and the gerously ill for several weeks is im the epitaph on his tombstouc; oi Dick Moore doesn't know right from i taken for Chains Life and before stood tho Planters "i!(l Realties have died for love of his great and glorious State Guard it would be far better for gaunt specter of famine stalks through- proving. J. M. Hioginbotham President left, so the commanding otlicer drills i test for twenty years. America, sweet land of liberty." The s the Commonwealth. If out the island. This is now being alleSpenror Medlclna Co., Lewis Y. Lkavell Rev. Neel, of Winchester, will fill latter picture outweighed the former Dick by "Gee" and "Haw." I Mad only by '1 uniBisee. equipment was furnished the best viated by cargoes of food from the B. F. Hudson Cashier his appointment at Scott's Fork next and patriotism fled from him as fast Jim Wiggle and Joe Stodgill are 3'cung men in the state would enlist United States. Assistant Cush'r Sunday. as Plaudit or Lieber Karl can run. He making good cooks that is they look For sale by It. E. McRoberts Lancaster W. O. Righky we would soon have a guard equal and Gen. Miles has recommended a thor C. D. Walker Bookkeeper T. L. Saunders has sold his lambs to took to the woods and search for him like they would cook it well it thy to that of the other states. ough mingling of the volunteers and Ben Robinson at 3 cents for June de up to this hour has been as futile as had it to cook. DIRECTORS: regular soldiers, and the plan has been livery, and 4 Spain's bucking against the United for July delivery. Our men, although raw recruits, Everyfbinc new aii JesiraWe to It has been clearly demonstrated adopted. One regiment of regulars J.M.HIGSINBOTHAX, LKWId Y.LXAVXLL, have received many compliments, both Eld. Bailey, who has care of the New States. that the Spanish gunners are a flat will be attached to each division. There J.8. Johnson, T. M.Arsold, Sretaw. for gentlemanly deportment and solH. C. Arnold, Jb. failure. While it was to be expected will be seven army corps, commanded Antioch church will preach at this B. F.IIcdson. SPRING AND dierly bearing. Alxz.Gibbs, J.J.Walxxb that the bast ships of Dewey's squad- by highest ranking Major Generals. place the 5th Sunday in this month, The human machine starts but once receive little or no injury The remaining six Major Generals Jacob Y. Robinson. ron would Wm. Scott, a resident of this place. I wish some of Lancaster's "Curled and stops but once. Yo u can keep it SUMMER at the hands of the Spanish fleet, it is will be assigned to command divisions. has moved to Willmore, Jessamine going longest and most regularly by Darlings" were here. It would be fun difficult to understand how his lighter Four camps have been decided upon county. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Stone, of using DeWitt's to sec them pace a beat in patent Little Early Risers, the MILLINERY vessels got away from the large Span one opposite Washington, one at Long your city, spent the day with Mr. famous little pills for constipation and leather shoes. ish cruisers without something to show Island, one at Chicamauga and anoth Stone's mother, last Sunday. boys who never sddier-eSime.of the all stomach and liver troubles. Stormes AT REASONABLE PRICES. that there had been a fight. There er at Tampa. Morgan Denmark is a bay stallion. IS hands On Saturday the 33th of May, Peach Drug Store. before are a little hard to break in. lm high. He id splendidly bred, as n glance at hid was the little Petrel. She registers They want to do pretty much as they Admiral Dewey having as'ccd for ie May, the little daughter ot Mrs. T. pedigree will dhow. He will make the t but 692 tons, sits high in the water, men, a force of 10,000 will be sent him L. Saunders, was given a birth-da- y please, but they will soon be bridle-wise- . COME AND SEE US. ORCHARD GROVE. season of 1MW ut onr stable, ou the new is without protection for her gunners, The Prssident is desirous every dinner, it being her 5th birth-dapike, miles from Danville, that and little for her vitals. There was Young.squirrels are rips. For breakfast we have beans, coffee island in the Philippines shall be oc good many of her little friends were At $5.00 to Insure a Living Colt. the revenue cutter McCulIoch, which cupied and the Spaniards driven present and enjoyed themselves very Corn planting is almost a thing of and bread. For dinner, coffee, bread is in no sense a warship, mere was therefrom. Transportation for 10,000 much. Care takan to prevent accidents, bnt not rethe past in this section. Next on the and beans, tor supper things are the lloston, far below two of the Span- men has been arranged by fleet ships Stone now has daily mail right from program will be setting "backer changed and we have bread, beans sponsible should any occur. ish ships in registered tonnage and Lieu retained on colts for the season money. from San Francisco. It is expected Cincinnati via Nicholasville and Little plants". and coffee. Mares traded before fact is ascertained makes horse power. At the beginning of the Hickman, Jessamine county to Stone, Mrs. E I Naylor is able to go shopthat 5,000 will be ready to leave "They say" that the big bundle Lt season money due. contest, the Spaniards had two ships five days, and as many more five days This change was brought about by the Mrs. Morgan Denmark was foaled in 1SS9. He ls that should have made it unpleasant later. The army of occupation will effort of our Post Master and enter ping. very Margaret Stone, who has Farra brought from Lincastcr did not by On Time, son of Stonewall Jackson: 1st dam been ill for several days past is contain clothing, but consisted of Successor to Lackey & Gulley. for any vessel in the American fleet represent every branch of Lady Morgan, by Stonewall Jackson ; 2nd dam the service prising merchant, Mr. T. L. Sanders better at this writing. locks of hair given him by his numersave the Olympir, queen of the China by Virginias: 3rd dam by Matchless; ith dam infantry, cavalry aud light and who always has the interest of the First-ClaThree cheers for the Garrard Braves! ous sweethearts before leaving. Lt. by Trausby. Sea, the seasoned but powerful Balti heavy artillery. people at heart and is ever ready to do We don't blame those of you who cried, Farra is all right Morgan Denmark Is one of the best bred sadmore and the sturdy Raleigh. Yet will accomodate his you could'nt help it. "Trust in God anything dle stallions in Kentucky, lias good mane and' there is no evidence that any shot The batteries of Matanzas have neighbors. that Col. Gaither is a fine military man. STABLE. tall, and good. long, rangy neck Don't fail to and keep your power dry." from the best of the Spanish guns on again Lejn shelled, this time by the He has been so busy since camp was see him Will also stand ONE GOOD MULE Stone is now on a boom, wc have ac JACK at $o.U0 to insure. Dupont and Hornet, The Joseph Hendrickson has recovered opened, however, that he has had no the best of the Spanish ships was BAUGUMAN BRO'S. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, cess to our village by steamboats, from a serious attack of Grippe. It is time to devote to drilling. He will fective against the little fellows that was also destroyed. Under protec 23 Ct. Danville, Ky. flew the Stars and Stripes. Taking tion of the Dupont's guns the Herald which can ship our freight cheaper without question the meanest disease put the boys through when the time REASONABLE PRICES. dispatch boat than any railroad. When we get reg the D .ml has yet been permitted to comes. the Manila fight as a cue, the Spanish and Courier-Journnavy will not last before Uncle Sam'd landed near Matanzas and picked up ular services on the river, we can and impose upon the human family There are some boys left in LancasSPECIAL ATTENTION TO guns as long as a snowball in perdi CapL Diaz, who had been landed by will get a hustle on ourselves and the Uncle Tom Naylor is out again after the Leydcn, May 4, to communicate "Outside World" may look for Stone a wrestle with boils, but we are not ter and Garrard county, who would tion. TBAVEUNG MEN with the insurgents. Diaz was con to be one of the most thriving towns informed that his wi'e advised him as starve to death were they here. "MomAL The dreams of many of those want- veyed to Key West. He says Spain in Central Kentucky. Someone may did Job's wife, when he was sorely mer" ain't here to cut up their vituals; 3'ou know, or tuck in their blankets at is withdrawing the troops from the say, why all this; because we .are so afflicted with them. ing to "raise regiments" are doubtless 4TTDPI night. Jee Whiz ! I wish we had 'em CAPITAL -- OFthe same as the small boy's after read interior and is hurrying them west situated as to have advantage of rail ( J65.OOO.OO. 300,000.00 It is reported that nenry Barlow, here. t. The Span road towns. We can get our supplies ing the little yellow back .novel. They ward and to the NOTICE TO CREDITORS. the good looking and enterprising Capt. Duncan is one of the most fancy, themselves wading in blood iards are trying to induce the Cubans so much cheaper than they can. LANCASTER, JLT. merchant of Judson, is getting rich, al- popular oflieers in camp. He has been knee-deeat the head of the column, to join them and fight the United All parties having claims against the assign so that he wants a wife. Girls here is in the State Guards before and knows of course. Then they see, in fancy, States. The insurgents under Colonel Whooping Cough. a chance of a lifetime, but dont all of how to adapt himself to circumstances. ed estate of W. A. Todd will present the same their names in flaming headlines an Rojas are now just back of Matanzas. tome at Wallaceton, Ky.t or my attorney, Wm I had a little boy who was nearly you speak at once. A. R. Dxnnt. President. That's what we will all have to learn, McC. Johnson, at Lancaster, Ky., on or bofore nouncing to the world that ' Colonel The regular United States army to dead from an . attack of whooping Bob Scott, our blacksmith, has al- and it is a good lesson both for soldier Jno. E. Storm k8. Vice President. Bloodthirsty lead his gallant men day consists oi .10 regiments of cavalry, cough. My neighbors recommended May 1st, WB. Thl Feb. 23rd, 1898. i W M. H. Kinnaird, C&saler. through the thickest of the fire" eta 7 regiments of artillery and 25 regi Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I did most completed an airship. When he and civil life. GEO. A. BALLARD, Yours truly. These patriots shouldby all means, ments of infantry that is, complete, a not think that any medicine would does he will first go to Cuba, and Assignee W.A.Todd 4t C. Dxnnt, 8. J. F. Robinson. Jx, Johnnie Bacon-rincbe mustered in, and then it should be body of 42,000 men. But as there are help him; bat after giving him a few thence to Spain, Via Phillippine isAssistant Cash'r. been to, that they .are sent to the only about 27,000 soldiers some of the doses of that remedy I noticed an ire lands Says he wants to shake hands it. T. Embbt Aii't with Commodore Dewey. front S. E. Parker, Sharon, Wis., write? NOTICE TO CREDITORS. regiments are really nothing more provement, and one bottle cured him I have tried DeWitt's Witch Haz four, to eight entirely. It. is the best cough medi than battalions of from DIRECTORS All persons knowing themselves Indebted to xne maximum numoer in cine I ever had in the house. J. L. Salve for itching piles audit always It gives us a pain under the apron to mpiaie Colic, IdBlr wln five Neuralgia and Toothache stops them in two minutes. I consul- - the estatij or the late .Or. W. 8. O'Neal will Sam'l. D. Cochran, Jaa Spllxaaa, read of Teddy Roosevelt's "Bough either a cavalry or artillery regiment Moore, South Burgettown, Pa. For minute? Sour Stomach pleaie call and settle with L. F. Babble and is is companies of 150 each, or 1,8003 Alex. S. Denny. A. C. Roblnsoa.-W- ; and Summer Complaint. Price, 25 Cents. er D Witt's. Witch Hazel Salve tl e greatly oblige me. Riders." Anything harder than a men. xne aisunguisning marus on sale.by R. lm. greatest pile enra on the markat." L. DBTldSOB, canary-bir- d focd would tne cnevrons are wmte lor inianiry, S. Cook; feather bed or M. "i". O'NEAL, We print envelopes. We priat typewriter letter heads Stormes' Drug Store. Administratrix, xJbo.X. Stormes, lm I Apr 35 3t be "rourh" to those dules. Swear 'em re J for rtul ery and yellow for eaval Onur-tero- PAIN2! YOUR HOUSE WITH i WAR TALK. n Mised Paint. and nil. Either. S BEST BRANDS OF Whip X.E2.a We ate Glad to cook-stov- house-keepin- g MiROpTS' DRUG STORE. first-clas- n Lillavd dc t TO HZ, eading Qruggists. 8a xoo Stationery, Faints, Oils, Etc. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Pul-isk- i Danville, Ky. CALDWELL & LANIER 8IIOES. PLEASURE OT-j- us. TRUCKS andVAlLISJES. oust WE WANT SEE YOU SEE WHAT LET WE HAVE. Whether You Buy Or Not d PITMS figure-head- first-clas- Nt-- Morgan Denmark prei-en- ." Miss SallieTillett. W. H. LACKEY s j i LIMY light-hous- e al -- X493-THE BANK 1T p, -, r I f ( IfcEOY for BUIIVJE. My stock is complete and up to date, come get your hats, we can put them up in style and price to compete with any town or city. NOW Priceless Pain 1 STATE NEWS MAT. PICK-UP- S. I 4 mm Be J3 iB I B urn &m RE ME31BER with a strictly UP-TO-DA- iiiii MRS. MOODY CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, May, 13, HAJRIDETV. . Millinery. MARKSBURY. II. D Aldridge sold to Cyrus Daly seme shoats at 3 2 cents per lb. Mr. House and wi'e, of Tennessee, have moved in with their father, Mr. Thomas House so there is no longer 1898. PERSONAL. 4 C)L ooo is hen from Covington. llev. Henry Faulconer is visiting1 in Barbourville. Miss Harriet E. Glascock is stopping at the Mason Hotel. Miss Anna Xoel, of Danville, is visiting relatives here. Miss Moody Porter i s visiting friends in Stanford. Miss Jennie Burnside has been visiting Miss Dove Harris. Miss Sa.llicElkin has returned from a visit to Elizabeth town. Mrs. Fisher Gaines, of Danville, visited her parents McnJay. W. S. Ferguson Miss Ada Farra has returned from a pleasant visit to Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Shugars, of were here this week. Mrs. E. L. Owsley has returned from a pleasant visit to New York. Mrs. John Estcs has returned from a visit to her son, John, at Kirksville Miss Salhe Tilleit has returned from a visit to Bryan tsville. Miss Florence Harris and Robert E. Henry visited in Danville, Monday. Misses Sallie Lou and Hallie Myers have returned from a visit to Danville. Herbert Pr:ce, of Danville, accompanied Mr. Fred Frisbie home Monday. A party of Lancaster folks will go to Lexington Sunday to sje the soldier boys. t Miss Addic Uurnside is in Mrs. Moody Hardin's millinery store learning to trim. Misses Mary Miller and Mae Hughes are in Louisville, attending the Music Festival. Mr. and Mrs. Chis. Denman, of Nieho'.asville, were Mrs. Alex West's guests Sunday. Mrs. W. II. Mason and daughter. Miss Margaret, have been to Louisville this weelc Mr. Hurt A. Spencer, of Louisville, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Spencer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Goodnight, of Stanford, were Miss Lula Batson's guests last Tuesday. Mr. J. Herbert Kinnaird secured the position as Tuba player in the second regiment band at Lexington. Mrs. Maria Peters, of Mackville, Washington count, has been the guest of her cousin, Mrs. R. A. Stone. Dr. H. M. Grant has returned from Lexington. He is an applicant for assistant surgeon in the Kentucky regiments. Mr. Al Huffman, of Stanford, made us a short visit last week. Al is running the Myers House at Stanford, and has made that hostlery one of the most popular in the state. Mr. Fred Frisbie has returned from Baltimore, where he has been taking a course in pharmacy. He w'.ll spend the summer months here and return to school in the falL Misses Mattie and Lucy Ramsey, two charming daughters of Dr. B. Ramsey, of Lowell, honored The Record office with a call. The former is an accomplished musician has a large class in Burksville. Col. John W. Miller, W. B. Mason and George Palmer went as delegates to the Commercial Convention at Louisville this week. The editor of The Recoiid received a cordial invitation to attend the banquet, but matters of importance prevented our attending. Mr. T. B. Therlkcld, representing the Southern Mutual Investment Lexington, is in town t his week This company is growing rapidly and is becoming one of the mo&t popular in the country. The army officers here buying horses were Capt. Carson, U. S. Infantry; 1st Lieut T. Y. Mason Bland. 3rd U. S. cavalry; 1st Lieut J. C Wilson, 2nd 'J. S. Cavalry; Veterinary Surgeon, J. Foster, 10th U. S. Cavalry. Capt White, of this offi:e, received telegram Tueslay from Garland, the fact that Texas, announcing Charles Fox Witwer' had made his appearance to bless the union of Mr. and Mrs. Witwer. Mrs. Witwer, the happy mothe", was Miss Alice Fox Young, the charming of Capt. White, who has resided in Texas since her marriage. On behalf of the many Lancaster friends The Recouh extends the compliments of the season to Charles Fox, his beautiMay ful mother and proud father. they all live long and prosper. Com-oangrand-daught- a ''house" without a house keeper. Mr. Robert Whittaker has taken the contract to build a eulbert across the pike between the premises of Mcssers H. I). Aldridge and T. I. Herring. It will be quite an improvement to the pike and the land surrounding it. Miss Lillic Sutton entertained a few lady friends and the gentlemen of the Lee Club last Wednesday evening. Mr. Hughes Aldridge gave us some nice music on his Mandolin 'or the last time before going into the United States Army. Farmers take notice. Don't give any order for wire fence or fencing machines until you see L. B. Hughes, who handles the best on the market Call on or address L. B. Hughes, Marks-burGarrard Count' Ky., or leave orders with J. R Haselden Lancaste- -, Kentucky. Mrs. Tom Moore is leaking an extended visit to friends in Louisburg, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Leego Ander son are rojoicing over the arrival of a fine boy. Mrs. J. I. Hamilton and d Miss Bessie Batson, of Lancaster, friends here Monday night. A little infant of Mr. and Mrs. George Huffman was interred in the Cemetry at the Fork Thursday at 10 a. m. A certain young gentleman of Crab Orchard visited at Mr. F. K. Suttons Sunday. He will not mention; tis name for fear a gallant gentleman of Buckeye will become jealous. vis-te- Lkxixgton, Ky., May 9. Lieut. John Gibson, navigator of the Boston, one of Adm. Dewey's ships, was born in Clay county, Ky., 42 years ago. He was appointed by the late Congressman Matt Adams a cadet to Annapolis. He graduated with honor and afterprice. ward took a course. He Valuable book for women, "Before was put into active service, and has Baby is Born," sent free on application. been on duty ever sines. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ca. Lieut. Gibson was married five years ago to a young la ly of Elizabeth, N. J., and she is now in Hongkong. Mccreary. The friends of E. L. Kelley will be glad to hear he is :.7iproving after being sick for so long. The young people of this and sur rounding neighborhoods anticipate a nice time at a fishing excursion at the Kentucky river, at the mouth of Paint Lick creek, Saturday. Mrs. J. 1$. Bourne and daughter, Miss Nell, of Bourne, visited friends here last weelc Misses Minnie P.ierigo and Flora Moberly, visited your c'.ty, Monday. Mrs. L. G Peter, who has been the guest of A. T. Hardin, has returned to her home in Springfield. Miss Ida Mae Kelley, of your city was the guest of h sr uncle, B. L. Kelley, ast week. Mrs. R. T. Whitaker, and Miss Minnie Warren, spent the latter part of last week with friends and rel atives at Paint Lick. II. II. Pherigo and Porter Wearen, report a pleasant visit to Back Creek, the latter pirt of last week. Can-tril- tors and manufacturers of "Mother's Friend." This successful remedy is not one of internal medicines advertised to do unreasonable things, but a scientifically prepared liniment especially effective in adding strength and elasticity to those parts of woman's organism which bear the severest strains of childbirth. The liniment may be used at any and all times during pregnancy up to the very hour of confinement. The earlier it is begun, and the longer used, the more perfect will be the result, but it has been used during the last month only with great benefit and success. It not only shortens labor and lessens the pain attending it but greatly diminishes the danger to life of both mother and child, and leaves the mother in a condition more favorable to speedy recovery. " Mother's Friend " is sold by druggists at $i.oo, or cent by express on receipt of " If a price can be placed on pain, Mother' Friend' is worth its weight in gold as an alleviMy wife suffered more in ten minutes with either of her other two children than she did altogether with her last, having previously used four bottles of ' Mother's Friend.' It is a blessing to any one expecting to become a mother," says a customer. Thus writes Henderson Dale, Druggist, of Canni, 111., to the Bradfield Regulator t.ompany, ot Atlanta, ua., the proprieator. .The state election commission, formed under the new law, will meet here Wednesday to organize. The selection of county election boards will not be made at this meeting, which will be devoted to preFnAXKFor.T, Ky., May 9. Maj. Henliminary matters. Percy Haley, of ry T. Stanton, Kentucky's poet Frankfort, and C. P. Clicnnult of Mt. laureate, died suddenly Sunday. He Stirling, arc leading candidates for was the author of several volumes of becretary of the commission. poems. His fame in that fiold rested chiefly On the ''Moneyless Man," "Out of the Old Year Into the New," "Jacob Brown" and others. He served with distinction in the confederate army as adjutant of the staff of Gen. John H. Morgan and Gen. John C. Breckinridge. Silica the war . he had held numerous political oftices. and for many years was of the Yeoman, the ollicial state paper. He was a son of the late H. Stanton, jurist and historian, of Mays-villThe Kentucky Poet Laureate Passes Away at Fraud fort, Ky., Very Suddenly ou Sunday. STANTON DEAD. Tile New K.i con JUtu. FirANKFonr, Ky., May 11 SWEENEY Is also to the front line of Dry Goods, Clothing, SHOES, HATS, ETC. , Cai1 and iok at oiir LX1VJBTV We take pleasure in showing you. f M cditor-in-chi- if WASH POOD. Respectfully, Ilk-har- c. Terms Cash. A KENTUCKIAN. Llcnt. John Hilton, the Navigator of the Uoston, of Comm. ire Dewey's Fleet, Was Horn In Kentucky. J. W. SWEEITSV. Skin Diseases. For the snaedvand npmononf mra nt tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham- GEN. CALIXTO GARCIA. (Commander of the Cuhan Forces in the Eastern Parts nt th Inland.) WALLACETON. James W. Wallace sold to R L Woods one cow for S25. W. O. Anderson has purchased a new bicye'e and now spins tip and down the road just whenever he likes. Jack Stevens, who went to Indiana a few months ago, has done just as other Kentuckiaus to h's first love." On next SaturJaj- - night a basket supper will be given at the new school house here the proceeds to be used for defraying necessary expenses pertaining to the house. A few days ago "Squire" Baker received a daily paper and at once began reading very enthusiastically about the battle at Manila. Suddenly he stopped short saying, "Well? did you see me reading without my specs'? a thing he had not done before for years. Oar neighborhood was very much surprised last week on learning that Geo. Mitchel and John l'onder had been arrested on the charge of hog stealing. Their trial was set for Wednesday but SVhcn, they announced "back themselves "ready"" the ed down". The facts of tnCxCjrcam-- s tan co were simply these: S8S21 Mitchell and l'ouder went to the mountains to buy cattle. As they were returning, 3 shoats fell in with the cattle and followed them several miles, but finally left them near Sin- der. Mitchell is a vountr farmer and trader who was born and reared in our midst and if he had been tried and convicted his neighbors would not have believed him guilty. .Mr. l'ower has uvea here only a few years, but is a quiet, industrous far mer whose reputation is firt class. and whos conduct since he came among us proves his character to be as good as his reputation. While some may regard it as a good joke, yet when looked at more sersously it is an in sult to our neighborhood. Blue Grass Turnament Richmond, May One fare the rour.d trip from all points in Kentucky. Queen & Crescent Route. Good til May 30th to return. Ky. 20-2- Another Case of Klicuiimtlimi Cured by Chamberlain's Pain Kalin. My son was aftlicted with rheumr.- tism which contracted his right limb until he was unable to walk. After using one and a half bottles of Chamberlain's Pain Balm he was able to be about again. I can heartily recom mend it to persons suffering from rheumatism. John Snider, Freed, Cal. Va. For sale by R. E. houn Co., Late to bed and early to rise, pre McRoberts. 1m pares a man for his home in the skies. Early to bed an.l a Little Early Riser, PREACHERSVILLE. the pill that makes life longer and better and wiser. Stormes' Drug Farmers have their work well in Store. lm hand at this time. FLATWOOD. Wheat and grass are looking very well. Sol Rigsby bought a fine calf from We had some cold rain and some George King, for 30. Mrs. Jennie Pettus is in very poor health, but is some better than she has been. Our telephone line from Crab Orch ard to Lancaster is in fine working order. Jones L. Anderson is selling his corn out at $2 per barrel. W. II. Brown bought six nice year ling steers in Rockcastle last week. A. J." Thompson is tearing away a part of the ell of his house and building it anew. Mr. Dave Thompson bought a bunch of nice shoats from Jno. Binghamnan, for S3 Hugh Sanrent was here on Tuesday, on business. Miss Highsinger, of Mt Vernon, has been visiting Miss Kate Pa3'ne. John Anderson has been vis iting his son, Jim, at Crab Orchard, this week. Mrs. Payne has been visil- ' at Rowland. F. F. Cummins and wife, was visiting Sunday at W. T. B White's. Rev. F. B. Jones attended his quarterly meeting at Kirksville, Sunday. S. C. P. Jones, Milesburg, Pa., writes: snow last Frida'. Theives are getting so bold as to take an ax from the wood pile. Hie Sunday school at Good Hope church has been changed from 9. a. m. to 3:30 p. m. Mr. John Breedlove and family have Mr. moved in with his father-in-laRoy Steward. Mr. James Ilankins and vife spent Monday at Mr. Samaul Brewer's. Mr. C. W. Graves and fami ly tpent Sunday at Flatwood. Mr. and daughter, Geo. W. Spangler chariring Miss Bessie, spent Sunday and Sunday night at W. II. Furrs. Miss Zellie and Carrie Archer spent Sunday evening with Miss Susie and Eva Merryman. Mrs. Ebb Scott visit ed at Mr. John Dudderar's Sunday. Mr. James McDamel, of Jackson coun- ty spent Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night with Mr. Henry Porter's. Miss Jennie Scott spent Sunday at Hyatt Stiwalls. PHAETONS, r Buggies, Sums: and "I have used DeWitt's Little Early Rises ever since they were introduced here and must say I have never used any pills in my family during forty years of house keeping that gave such satisfactory results as a laxative or cathartic." Stormes' Drug Store, lm ROADWAGONS. We have on our floor two car loads of the finest and most com plete line of PHAETONS, Call at my store and we will exBUGGIES, plain how to Get One SDRPJES and oftta Roasters Free! RO AB WACO ITS Our ever shown in Lancaster. prices are lower than xan be found anywhere. Our guarantee is better. We can save you from I now have on hand the Best Garten Seeis in Bulk. LANGDON'S BREAD DAILY. NICEST on any vehicle you buy. CANDIES IN THE CITY We also have a complete line of exceeding-lA. &B. Boquet and Proctor Knott Harness we are'offering low. Cigars. Best in the market. $5 to $25.00 Dluf rMRIvf am Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu- CUBAN OIL Trice, cares We handle only the Best, Goods and strive to please. matism and Sores. 25 cents We print statements. H. M. BALLOUi Come and see us. No trouble to show goods. Co., . J. BOIAHS Carriap LANCASTER, KY. seriain s .eye and Skm Ointment is vrithout an equal. It relieves the itch-in- : and smartinir almost instantly nnH its continued use effects a permanent cure, it aiso cures itch, barber s itch, Adj. Smifiix l'JlupiM. scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, FKANKroirr, Ky., May 11. Joseph ChaDDed hands, nhrrmfo enro ovaa onil Simeox, private stenographer to Gov. granulated lids. Bradley, eloped to Lawrenceburg with Miss Josephine Sullivan, of thi- city, Dr. Pndv'a f!nnlitnn fn where they wore married. Simeox is horses are the best tonic, blood purifier llriinittoii L:i Uj.liclil. from Lexington, and has just been ap- and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Soldby l, FitAXKFoirr, Ky., May 7. Judge pointed an adjutant in the Second reg- R. R McRoberts, Drngg'st, Lancaster of the state fiscal court, filed with iment by Gov. Bradley. ;hc circuit clerk here Friday night his Wounded Negro Will Die. decision in i!e Bronsln prison comSERIOUS CHARGE. Frankfort. Ky., May 11. Charles mission bill case. Judge Cantrill holds J.ossie. alias Tom Dunn, the Hopkins-viil- c constitutional the bill creating the Negro who was shot by Officer A Former Inmate Makes a Complaint prison commission and, if affirmed by William Aulust the Lakeland Asylum Gorat?n,on Saturday night the court of appeals, the management while for the Insane. attempting to and control of the penal institutions on the otlicers, has escape and firing been given up to of the state will pass from the present die by his Louisvii.i.k, Ky.. May 10. A. J. physicians. republican officials to the partisan Spvckurt, former president-othe Found in the Canal. democratic board elected by the late Title Co., which failed Louisville, Kj, May 11. The body disastrously two years ago, has forr free silver legislature. of an unknown man, middle-ageand warded to dov. Vrndley a letter in Doesn't Want, to JPay It. well dressed, was found Fra.vkkokt, Ky., May 0. Attorneys canal, is boin which to await in the which he makes grave charges of cru held identifi elty and ueglect against the attend R. L. Simmons and M. L. Harbeson, of cation. ants of Lakeland As3'luin for the In Covington", were before Chief Justice A Regiment in Morgan County. sane. After the failure Speckert was Lewis Thursday seeking to have inWest Liberty, Ky., May 11. Col. adjudged insane and was sent to the junction reinstated to prevent the county of Kenton from collecting a Huston is raising a regiment of volun- asylum, but was released after a vear franchise tax from the Latonia Agri- teers in Morgan and Elliott counties as cured. He takes the management and has cultural and Fair association, which ed in. most of it ready to be muster- to task for lack of sanitary arrangements and lack of attendants, and rec owns the Latonia race track. Judge Fatally Wounded Ills Wife. ommends many changes. Speckert Lewis declined to hear the arguments Mavkino, Kv.. May 11. In a fit of cites 10 instances of cruelty in one in chambers, but will have the case jealousy John Pigman shot his young w:.ri thai came under ins personal at- docketed in court Friday. wife, Mary, twice through the breast, Uu io.i. Four Inchon of Snow Fell. inflicting fatal wounds. Pigman es Sulpiiuk, Ky., May ".Four inches caped. NATURAL GAS. of snow fell here between 11 and 3 o'clock Friday. This was preceded by Confirmed as l'oit master nt Lexington, Ky. There Seems to be Abundant Evidence of Washington, May 11. The senate u Large Sujiply of It Under heavy rains, raising Little Kentucky river so as to cut off communication Tuesday coufirmcd the nomination of Lawrenceburg, Ky. 1. 0. Elkin as postmaster at Lexingwith the 11 Trimble county post offices ton, Ky. dependent upon this point for mail Lawkknckiiuho, Ky., May 7. There seems to be abundant evidence of a distribution. The green back ground REVOLUTION IN ITALY. to the almost transparent snow makes supply of natural gas directly under a scene as beautiful as it is unusual. Last Thursday J. The Outbreak in Milan Seems to Have Been Lawrenceburg. W. WeterHll, who has been Miners ou Strike. Fully Organized Many Italians In drilling a well for W. T. liond Frankfort, Ky., May 7. Assistant Switzerland Start for Italy. at the new residence of the Mine Inspector Logan, just returned latter, from a tour of the southwestern disBerne, Switzerland, May 11. The of gas at afound of a197 strong On flow depth ap feet. trict of the state, reports about 500 news of the uprising in Milan has men still out as a result of the strike greatly excited the Italian workmen plying a match, this burned all night. and was stopped the next morning by in the Ohio county mines. Mr. Logan who abound in Switzerland. barrels thinks it probable that the mines of At Lauzanne, Tucsda morning, 1.000 pouring several believed of water into It is that there is the northeastern district will realize a Italian workmen paraded the streets, the well. profit because of the contracts being carrying a red flag draped with crape. a supply of gas here that would pay, 500 made for coal by the government. As the procession passed through the and there is talk of going about 1,000 feet in order to test the matter. streets the men sang the "Marseil- or Bnsiues Men's Company. At Camp Collier. Niciiolasville, Ky., May 7. Col. B. laise" and cheered for the revolution. The outbreak at Milan appears to L. Cook, of this city, has enlisted 50 of Lkxixoton, Ky., May 10. Gen. Col the most prominent business men here have been fully organized. One of the lier arrived Monday morning with in a military company, and he, as cap- leaders here exhibited a telegram an- commissions for surgeons of the Sec "The revolution is trium- ond regiment from Gov. Bradley. tain, has offered the services of himself nouncing: The city has been They were sworn into the United and company to Gov. Bradley. He has phant in Turin. not yet received a replj from the gov burned." States service and Monday afternoon The men who took part in the dem- began examining enlisted men. The ernor. Col. Cook is well known throughonstration appear to have plenty of turgeons of the Third regiment will out central Kentucky. money. be ready Tuesday morning. Camp CoNaval Recruiting Station. Many have started to the llier was under stricter orders Monday Louisville, Ky., May 9. Postmaster north ofItalians response Italy in to a circu- and but few recruits are allowed down Baker, custodian of the custom house, has received a telegram from Lieut. lar bearing the words: To the front- town. Simon Cook, at' Memphis, asking for ier. Let us start for Italy." Killed Ii:s Mother. II.i:i:odsi;ui:o, Ky., May 10. Mrs. the use of two or three rooms at the MAJ. GEN. LEE. James Tavlor, wife of a farmjr living custom house for a naval recruiting live miles west of here, was fatally station. The permission was granted, The Former Consul General Will Be Milishot Monday morning by her and the station will be opened the first tary Governor of Cuba After Havana son. Mr. Taylor had cleaned of this week. Is Captured by the Americans. revolver and handed it to the child Log Conilng Down. to put in a drawer, and the little fel Richmond, Ky., May 9. A special New York, May 11. A special to the low pulled the trigger, discharging it, from Irvine saj-- s the Kentucky river is rising rapidly and thousands of Journal and Advertiser from Washing- the ball entering his mother's forelogs are passing to the big lumber ton says: Maj. Gen. Fitzhugh Lee will head and coming out in the top of her mills at Ford, Valleyview and High be the first military governor of Cuba. head. Bridge, which have been shutdown for For the next two weeks he will act as "Playlnjr Circus" Causes Death. Bakdstown, Ky., May 10. "Playing several weeks. The tide means em- the ollicial adviser of Secretary Alger. He will have a private office and desk circus"' ended in the death of Oscar ployment to 500 men. near the secretary's office, and will Dupin, the son of Al Fell From a Tree. here Lawrenceburg, Ky., May 9. George either remain points.or visit the various llupin, of this city. His lifeless body Havana is was found hanging from a rafter SunChampion, the son of Win. mobilization Lee will When be Cuba, day night in an unused part of the taken Gen. Champion, while trimming limbs in and, with headquarters sent to at Havana, family residence, where he had been the top of an oak tree, had a stroke of will assume the temporary dictatorepilepsy and fell to the grounc, a dis- ship of the island until a republican strangled to death while imitating a trarcze performer he had recently tance of 50 feet. His head struck a and stable of government is es- seen. root, badly fracturing his skull. lie tablished by form Cubans. the Jeff Prater's Cavalry Company. will die. Jeff Sai.yeksvii.lk, Kj, May 9. Sampson's War Ships. Mad Do; Bit Him. Prater's company, of this place, which Madisonvillk, Ky., May 9. A mad Washington, May 11. No one knows dog bit Henry Morton at Charleston. exactly what ships are with Sampson has been selected by Gov. Bradley to He was sent to Henderson, where a at Porto Rico, because this is one of be one of the cavalry companies furwas applied. Several head the closest guarded secrets of the navy nished .by the state, is now full and The best information ready to move upon receipt of orders. of stock bitten were killed by owners. department. however is that his fleet is composed of Jeff Prater will be captain, arid the Preacher Anxious to Serve. vessels: The Iowa, the first and second lieutenants will be seShelbyville, Ky., May 7. Rev.F.K. the following Puritan, the Amphitrite, lected by the company. Indiana, the Struve, pastor of the Simpsonville the Montgomery, the Marblehead, the MrKniRht Secures Bond. Methodist church, Kentucky's "fight- Detroit, the Mayflower, and the New Louisville, Ky.,May 10. ing parson," has offered his services to York, the flag ship. J. M. McKnight, who was recently as chaplain. the war department convicted of embezzling from the de Chartering Sh.ps. Should he not be fortunate in securing 11. Assistant funct German national bank and senMay Wabihngton, an appointment he will enter the Secretary Meiklcjohn Tuesday chart- tenced to seven years in the penitenranks. ered about 30 ships with capacity of tiary, jvas released on a 812,000 bond it 25,000 men. McKnight has apKentucky's Indebtedness. They are to be used to Monday night. Frankfort, Ky.. May 7. Kentucky's convey troops to Cpba and the Philip- pealed to the United States court of floating indebtedness has been reduced pines. appe als fer a new triaL The now outstanding to $082,089.52. Hoys' Fatal Quarrel. Illinois Troops Sent to New Orleans. warrants, inciuding those called in, Spring fie ld, 111., May 11. Gov. TanPisevillk, Ky., May 10. Powell amount to SS09.779.U4, with S127.690.22 ner received orders from Washington Carroll, a boy of 14 years, killed Robert available cash on hand. to send two regiments of infantry and Nelson on Greasy creek, six miles from light battery to New Orleans as quick- herv Monday morning. They quar The Tuxes Increased, pocket knife, when young; left Frankfort. Ky., May 7. The state ly as possible. Bol' '..J Tuesday reled over aNelson with a rock, killing Carro l hit board of equalization Friday passed night. instantly. Both belong to promi him on the property of Campbell county Will tave for the Philippines Thursday. New York, May 11. A San Francisco nent families. Carroll's father is a An Increase subject to equalization. dispatch says the steamer City of Pe- Baptist minister. of two percent on lots is mado. The king Is loaqinffsupplies for Dewey and Baby's Terrible Fall Without Bans. lands remain unchanged, as last year. will leave Thursday with ammunition, Covington, Ky., May 10. Stanley Jule Plummer was before the board. provisions and 'typops. Bagan, aged three years, fell from the window of its home, at 18 9. M. Gefcry, Pf arson, Mich., writes : third-storThe Cuban question and political isEast Eleventh street, Covington, Moninsignificance with the 'DeWitt'a Witeh Hazel Salvo is curing day morning, and alighted upon the sues sink into than all oth- brick pavement. The mother believed man who suffers from piles. What he more piles most desires, is the relief. J)eWitt's er remedies combined It cures eczma that the baby bad been killed. Dr. W. Witch Hazel Salve cares piles. Stormes and all other skiq' dUHs.'' Stormes' S. Hatfield examined him, and found ' him uninjured. ,. J ' lm Drufr Store. Drug Store. - Piam f German-- American d I)etrr.ctiV- - Fire at Liwrrnrrhur;. Lawiiknckhukg, K3-- May 10. Probably the most destructive fire in the history of Lawrenceburg broke out Monday night in the Opera House building. The Klondike hotel is ablaze and the town seems doomed. The less at midnight is estimated at 670.000. Lexington has been wired for lire apparatus. Xenr l'ost master at 3Iidd!eaboro. Ky. WASiilNGTON.May 10. The President Monday nominated Laura V. Colson to be postmaster at Middlesboro, Ky. ., Macadam Koads for Scott. ScoTTsnur.o, Ky.. May 9. The subject of good roads has been agitated in Scott county for some time. The con- tract for 20 miles of macadam was let by the commissioners Saturday to Charles T. Deal and others for Sio,9C9 and to be completed in November. Thomas with having assassinated Barnes, a mine operator, at his home was fatally shot near there. Barnes from the outside while sitting in his home reading. TEA cures Dyspep- Constipation and Indigestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Arrested. May 9. Luke Smith was arrested at Nebo, charged Alleged Madisonvillk, Aain Ky., I).4.AftNUBIAN r IWHtvl d UNPARALLELED OFFER. FREE j VEGETABLE GARDEN. premiums will be sent, absolutely Jrer, prepaid rn nnv nn sending n cents for oue Tear's sub scription to "SOUTHERN LIFE," month- per. profusely illustrated, ably edited "a Lit erary ueiu. PREMIUMS: A 12 Packagees Finest Varieties Sweet Peas. B 12 Flue Tube Rose Bnlbs,"Excel3lor feari C 12 Named, labeled. Gladiolus Bulbs. D 6 Named Roses, Hardy Climbers, or Teas. mad-ston- e E 5 Choice Hardy Pinks. F 12 fnll size 5c. Packages Garden Seeds. ( Seeds, u ( 12 Fine Bulbs. 3 Pkgs. Flower Flowers." One year's Sub. "Success with . Send at once to SOUTHERN LIFE PUB. CO.. Sample Copy of (Incorporated.) nasuvillx 'lenu. "sodtukbs life" 5 cents. Agents wanted la every town and village In the Soutn. Market Quotation. Corrected weekly by II. B. North cott. Eggs 7ctf- M.50 Chickens, Springers Hens Young Roosters Old Roosters Turkeys Old Gobblers to 2.5 doz. 5to5Mc aJic 30 to5j 4c Ducks Geese to M y heresay Hides, Green Butter Feathers, fine white geese gray " " " Duck feathers doa Pr to 6e SJ lflc 28 25 20 v55 v4a :::.'.". to 30c to 27c to 24c 15 to 33c per hundred. 8i5c Boaes Calves,veal 130 te J P FARM AND STOCK NOTES. i J'or sale. Two short hora Hull calves apes C and 8 months, for particulars apply to ! S. Gaines. tf. 5,000 bushels corn wanted. will give one dollar and seventy-liv- e cents per barrel for 1,000 barrels of corn delivered at the Pil- I grimage Distillery. Jno. W. Miller, Mgr. A good oiivi that food for young chicks and has beun successfully used hundreds of poultrymen is cut green bone. Agents of the government are scouring Central Kentucky in search of horses suitable for cavelry purposes. They are very scarce and the purchases that are made from now on will not hi made under as strict inspections as heretofore. A mixture of kcroscn and linseed or fishoil rubbed on your pigs will make lice disapear very quickly. Use an old p tint brush. We have frequently noticed that some people think that a short over check makes a horse look stylish. Such is not the case, it looks inhuman. Natural position is st3lc It is not a good idea to allow your horse to stand on a hard floor all day or sleep without comfortable bedding. If horses are given proper care and treatment they will last many years The State Swine ItrecJer's Associat" ion will distribute their premiums at the Shelbyviile Fair this year. Red Wilkes sold for SCOO, and enough mares have already been booked to him at ;.0 the season to pay the purchase price. As a result of the failure of the Kentucky Razing Association to hold a spring meeting, the famous old grounds are to be sold at auction at an early date unless new hands get at the wheel as the present management will make no further efforts to hold a meeting at Lexington. Lambs arc the greatest profit. In order to reap this profit they must come early, fast, and be sold when j'oung. To accomplish this bre?ti the best. lv g.-o- Oac Minute is JnVlong, obtained Tn half that time by the use JiSOao Minutti Cough Cure. It pre yet relief is vents consumption and quickly cures colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, la grippe and all throat and lung troubles. Stormes' Drug Store, lm Flour has advanced S3 per cent.; eggs about 17 per cent.; hams about 17 per ccnL: potatoes 50 per cent.; canned corn 20 per cent.; beans, 15 per ceut. and so on through the list. There is absolutely no sense in these advances. They represent no necessity, no condition, nothing whatever but the greed o: the dealers. New York World. Commisoner R. G Warren sold Monday the life interest of J. W. Ilright and wife in about 500acrcs of land in this county, to Orecnbirry Rright for 5r7Jl. It was sold on a judgment in favor of the Uoyle National ltank for 1,000. Mr. Warren also sold a house and lot in MeKinnej', the property of the late Mrs. Margaret Bibb, to for 4:J0. Stanford Journal. 3 Reub-Wi'.lia- In the The Dduville A Ivocate "Craig l.'ou." which last week sold about 6,003 bushels of old what at SI. 11 were J. J. Craig. G. W. Vermillion, W. IJ. Moore, Mrs. John Fogarty, John Weisiger and some other.s with small lots. The effect of hostilities between th United. States and Spain .was a sharp advance in the price of army mules. Until recently army officers had no difficulty in securing an abundance of mules at prices ranging from 71 to 38. Conditions of travel in Cuba arc such that pack trains are necessary. Mrrcf.ic Items. lireck lionta bought 40 hogs from Ike Scott at 3 Tom Prewitt has bought a large number of sheep at J 14c. Forsythe & Currey bought three car loads of wheat th:s week at $L It L. Rroyles sold L. S. Hankins, of lloyle, 2 weanling calves, Monday at $50. A number of horses changed hands at Givcns stable Mon day at from 45 to 130 per head. Z ickk catBurrus sold thirty-fiv- e tle, for October delivery, to Sanders & Co. at 3 Democrat, "Very few cattle are now coming to this market that are good enough to bring 5, says the Breeder's Gazette. ''The heavy cattle are now poor sellers and market observors are advising their prompt shipment as no improvement is expected with the advent of the summer season: The supply of feeders is sufficient and they are bringing better prices. Butchers and stuff brings relatively high prices. May wheat reached S1.40 at Chicago Saturday, the highest point but one reached in twenty years, and the highest price in ten years. In 1SSS "Old Uutch' cornered the cereal and it reached 2, but it had not been above one dollar since lSJli Monday the market went still further skyward, July wheat advancing fifteen cents. It opened at S1.011 and closed at $1:20 May wheat opened at $1.73 and closed at $1. 7.. It is too early to foretell the effect of the war between the United States and Spain on the agricultural and live stock industry. Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Bringhsm can see no material good that can result to the farmer. A prolonged war would doubtless rlse the price of breadstuff $ and pro visions, which indirectly would be to the advantage of the producer, but in that event it is probable that the farm er would be required to pay higher prices for the articles he needs. None but a prophet can foresee the end at this time. It may be pointed out that most of our export cattle and meat trade goes under the British flag, and hence would be expected to suffer no great interruption. Tho American liners which have been chartered by tho United States Government have a carrying capacity for meats equal to about 1,000 cattle per week, but room can probably be found in bottoms flying other flags to take our export stuff. The price of wheat has been pushed up and previsions have advanced. Breed er's Gazette. d can-ner- s' GLOKIOUS A CHRISTIANITY.1 Religion That Offers No Apology and Deals Vigorously Willi the IfUor Incisions rV ll: Itiililly Mi'laiid l'minpt-l- y lteulsutl by tin: 1'orces of 'I'll Is Mew Itclief. I have been a sufferer from chronic diarrhoea ever since the war and have used all kinds of medicines for it. At last I found one remedv that has been a success as a cure, and that is Cham' berlain's Cholic, Cholera and Diarr hoea Remedy. P. E. Grisham, Gaars Mills, La. For sale by It. E. Mcltob erts. lm AROUSED. re the Tobacco Men Over the Trust Farmers are urged by Carrol county tobacco growers to arrange a meeting at the Court House next ecu ity c )u. t Jay here to consider the grave situation arising from the proposed gigantic trust of tobacco manufacturers The case in this, say there gentlemen: Ihe American Tobacco Co., a $25,000,000 concern, is trying to absorb all other manufactories of tobacco, by getting them into a new and larger trust, to be known as the Continental Tobacco Co. and capitalized at fifty millions. All the manufactories that amount to anything have signed a willingness to go into it, save the Liggett & Myers Co., of St Louis, and a few other concerns. If that company should enter the combine no doubt all others would. The Liggett & Myers Co- - is being offered every inducement: they have refused ten million dollars cash for their plant, and in addition will stay out of of the monopoly. If this company joins the trust there will no longer be any competition. The terrible monopoly can then say we will give just so much for your tobacco and no more; the farmer will be at its mercy and m:iy have to starve. Furthermore, the monster can say to the consumer everywhere: You pay our price for plug tobacco, smoking tobacco, etc , or do with out and the price will hi knocked It will thus be seen that it is a monopoly that can exert its grinding power in two directions, with most disastrous consequences. At the meeting proposed farmers will, doubtless, pass resolutions warmly endorsing the independent companies for the stand taken, and urging them to stand firm. Resolution calling for legislation to proteet farmers and consummers from such a monopoly will also be passed. 1 he farmere are urged to act next County Court Day and act decisively: The Carrol county people are aroused and are pushing the fight Excursion Lexington to see our troops in Camp. Queen & Crescent Route excursion rates next. Sunday from all points between Somerset and .Crescent Springs. Special train leaves Somerset 9:33 am., stopping all points. Returning leave Lexington at 7:00 pm. Regular Trains only from north of Lexington. Ask your Ticket Agent or see small bill. Cincinnati, Q, May Mr. F. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. 15 Doar Sir: A piece appeared in several paper some weeks ago stating Mr. Greene of our firm had bought 23,000 lambs in the state of Kentucky, and had an option of 1500D, which would virtually corner the Iamb trade, as there were only 40,000 lambs in central and Soth-tr- n Kentucky. We wish you would have your paper deny this statement as it does our firm a injustice, for we do only a commission business. Mr. Greene or any member of our firm has not bought or caused to be bought any lambs and we never buy any stock in the country. We would further say that in stead of there being only 40.000 lambs in central and southern Kentucky there are over 30, 1 000. Uy giving this your personal atten-tio- a you will greatly oblige, your friendf, Greene Embry & Co. Doctors Can't Cure It! Contagious blood poison is absolutely beyond the skill of the doctors. They may dose a patient for years on their mercurial and potash remedies, but he will never be rid of the disease ; on the other hand, his condition will grow steadily worse. S. S. S. is the only cure for this terrible affliction, because it is the only remedy which goes direct to the cause of the disease and forces it from the system. I was afflicted with Blood Poison, and the best doctors did me no Rood, though I took laltn-fally- . their treatment In fact, I seemed to cet worse all the while. I took almost every blood remedy, but they didnot seem to reach the disease, and had no effect whatever. I was disheartened, for it seemed that I would never br cured. At the advice ot a friend I then took S. 8. 8.. and began to im prove. I continued the medicine, and it cured me completely, build-lup my health and increasing my appetite Although this was ten years ago, I have nevei yet bad a sign ot the disease to return. W.B. Newman. ' Staunton, Va. to take Dotash and mercury: besides totally destroying the digestion, they dry up the marrow in the bones, producing a stiffness and swelling of the joints, causing the hair to fall out, and completely wrecking tne system. It is like to continue S.S.S.' "One Minute Cough Cure is the best is guaranteed Purely Vegetable, and h preparation I have ever sold or used the only blood remedy free from these and I can't say too much in its praise." dangerous minerals. sent free 1 Book on Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga. L. M. Kennon, Merchant, Odell, Ga. Stormes' Drug Store j lm This discourse of Dr. Talmage is revolutionary for good in families, and rliiirciii'.s, and nations, and especially impropriate for this time. Text, Acts xvii., 0: "Tliefce that have turned lie world upside down are come hithei -Jso." Thro is a wild, bellowing mob. a 011 rid the house of Jason, in What lias the mail douu so greatly to offend the people? He has been entertaining Paul and his comrades. The mob .surround the house and cry, "llring nut those turbulent preachers! They are interfering with our business. They are ruining our religion! Thuj-- are actually turning the world upside down!" The charge was true; for there is : with sin, nothing that so there is nothing so ruinous to every form of established iniquity, there is nothing that has such tendency to turn the. world upside down, as our glorious Christianity. The fact is that tho world now is wrong side up, and it needs to be turned upside down in order that it may be rightside up. Tins time was when men wrote books entitling them "Apologies for ChristianWo hope that day lias passed. ity." want no more apologies for Christianity. Let the apologies be on the part, of those who do not believe in Wo do not mean to our religion. in the make any compromise We do not wish to hide the matter. fact that Christianity is revolutionary, and that its tendency is to turn the world upside down. Our religion has often been misrepresented as a principle of tears, and mildness, and fastidiousness; afraid of crossing peoof makafraid ple's prejudices; mad; with silken ing somebody up gloves, people lifting the from tho church pew into glor3 as though they were Itohcmiaii glass, so very delicate that with one touch it Men may Iks demolished forever. speak of religion "as though It were refined imbecility; as though it were a a spiritual chloroform, that the people were to take until the sharp cuttings of life were over. The llible, so far from this, represents the religion of Christ as robust and brawnej ransacking and unsetting ten thousand things Chat now seem to be settled on firm foundations. I hear some man in the house say, "I thought religion was peace." That is the final result A man's arm Is out of place. Two men come, and with great effort put it back to the socket It goes back with great pain. Then he gets well. Our world is horribly disordered and It must come under out of joint nn omnipotent surgery, beneath which there will bo j uln and anguish before there can como perfect health and quiet I proclaim, therefore, In the name of my lord Jesus Christ Revolution! The religion of the T.iblc will make Those a revolution in the family. things that are wrong in the family circle will be overthrown by it, while justice and harmony will take the place. The husband will be the head of the household only when he is fit to I know a man who spends all the be. money he makes in drink, as well as all the money that his wife makes; and sometimes sells the children's clothes for rum. Do you tell me that he is fit to hi the head of that household? if the wife have more nobility, more courage, more of all that is right, she You say shall have the supremacy. that the ISible says that the wife is to I know it be subject to the husband. I!ut that is a husband, not a musculinc There is no human or dicaricature. vine law that makes a woman subordinate to a man unworthy of her. When Christianity comes into a domestic circle, it will give the doininancy to that one who is the most worthy of it As religion comes in at the front door, mirth aad laughter will not go out of the back door. It will not hop nle the children's feet. John will laugh just as loud; and George will jump higher than he ever did before, It will steal from the little ones neither ball nor bate, nor hoop nor kite. It will establish a family altar. Ansrels will hover over it Ladders of will reach down to it The glory of Heaven will stream upon it The books of remembrance will record it; and tides of everlasting blessedness will pour from it Not such a family altar as you may have seen, where the prayer is long, and long chapter is read, with tedious explanation, and the exercise keeps on until the children's knees are sore, and their backs ache, and their patience is lost, and for the seventh time they have counted all the rungs in the chair; but I mean a family altar such as may have been seen in your father's house. You may have xvan dered far off in the paths of sin and darkness; but you have never forgotten that family altar where father and mother knelt, importuning God for your soul. That is a memory that a man never gets over. There will be n hearty, joyful family altar in every domestic circle. You will not have to go far to find Hannah rearing her Sam uel for the temple, or a grandmother Lois instructing her limothy in the knowledge of Christ, or a Mary, and Martha, and Lazarus gathered in fra ternal and sisterly affection, or a table at which Jesus sits, as at that of Zacchcus, or a home in which Jesus dwells, as in the house of Simon the The religion of Jesus Christ tanner. coming into the domestic circle, will overthrow all jealousies, all janglings; and peace, and order, and holiness will take possession of the home. Again: Christianity will . produce a revolution In commerciarclrgies. r jna roe 53 merchants, and you find that they have 50 standards of what is right and wronsr. You say to some one about a merchant. "Is he honest?" "Oh! yes," the man says, "he is honest, but he, grinds- the faces of his clerks. He.is.honest but he exaggerates the value of his goods. He is honest, but1 he' loans money on bond and mortgage, with the understanding that the mortgage cam lie quiet for ten years, but as soon 'as he gets the mortgagehe records it aqd btf. suit', add the srins a foreclosure sheriff's .writ comes.' down; "and- - the day of sale arrives, and. away goes the homestead, and the creditor buvs it in at half price." Honest? when he loaned the money he knew that he would get the homestead at half price. Honest? but be goes to policy ou the insurance office to get Tliessa-liaiieaiiiU-rfen1 lig-h- his life, and tells the doctor that he is well, when lie knows that for ten years lie lias had but one lung. Honest? H.oiil'Ii lu sells j roperty by the map, forgetting to tell the purchaser that Ihe ground is all under water; but it is him to do 'that, for he peueiiuis throws the water ;nto the bargain. All! my friends, there is but one standard of the everlasting right and of the everlasting wrong, and that is the ISibhs, ami when that principle shall get. in its pry under our commerof cial houses, I liel.eve that, thmii will go over. '.' he ruin will bv- iu at one end of the street and it will crash! crash! crash! all the way down to the docks. "What is the inatU'r'.' Has there been a fall in gold?" "Oh. no. 'lias there lieeu a new tariHV No." "Has there been a failure in No." "Has there been an crops?'' unaccountable panic?" "No." Thi.s is the secret: The Lord God has setup His throne of judgment, in the exchange. He has summoned the righteous and the wicked to come before him. What was 18:57? A day of judgment! What was 1857? A day of judgment! What was the extreme depression of two A day of judgment! Do years ago? you think that God is going to wait until He has burned the world up before He rights these wrongs? fell you nay! Every day is a day of judg111 one-ha1 appropriate foi all clashes. Let the fieli a ml the poor meet together, the Lord the Maker of them all. Mind you say that mission chapels are a thatnecessity, the. way churches arc now sliced tin; tiuiis :ondiitted. but 111113 . uheii they shall cease to bis a God will iim: up and br. ak down the gates of the church that have kept back the masses; and woe be to those wni stand in the w:i3! Thoy will ha trampled under foot by the vast populations making a stampede for Heuv 1 neccs-d-t3- 1 SEW uimi. R. KINNAIRO'S ! n the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the I have purchased J Insurance Agency Representing Over - I Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers. 357,000,000 Companies .Etna of Hartford. (Juccn of America. National or Hartfort. - In the following Fire Insurance The fraudulent man piles up his gains; bond upon bond, United States security above United States security, emolument above emolument, until his property has become a great pyramid; and as he. stands looking at it, he thinks it. can never be destroyed: but the Lord God comes, and with His little linger pushes it. all over. You build a house and you ut into it a rotten beam. A mechanic standing by says: "It will never do to put that beam in; it will ruin your whole building." ISut 3011 put it in. The house is completed. Soon it begins to rock. You call in the mechanic and ask: "What is the matter with this door? What is the matter with thi wall? Everything seems to be giving out." Says the mechanic: "You put a rotten beam into that strr 2ture. and the whole thing has got to come down." Hero, is an estate that seems to be all right now. It has been building a greijt. many years. Hut 15 years ago there was a dishonest trans action 111 that commercial house. That one dishonest transaction will keep on working ruin in the whole structure, until down the estate will come in wreck and ruin about the possessor's ears one dishonest dollar in the esI tate demolishing all his possessions. have seen it again mid again; and so have yon. Here is your, money-safe- . The manufacturer and yourself only know how it can be opened. Yon have the key. You can touch the lock and the ponderous door swings back. ISut let me tell you that, however firmly bolted your money sa'e may be, yon can not keep God out lie will come, somo day, into your counting room, aud Ho will donmnd. "Whcro did that note of hand como from? How do you Where did account for this security? you get that mortgage from? What does this mean?" If it is all right God will sa1: "Well done, good and faith-ful- l servant He prospered in this I5e happy in the world to world. come." If it is all wrong He will say: "Depart, ye cursed. He miserable for your iniquities in this life; and then go down and spend 3011 r eternit3 with thieves, and horse jockeys, aud pickpockets." You have an old photograph of the signs on 3our street Why have those signs nearl3 all changed within the last 20 3'cars? Does the passing away of a generation account-foit? Oh, no. Does the fact that there are hundreds of honest men who go down ever3 year account for it? Oh, no. This is the secret: The Lord God has been walking through the commercial streets of our great cities, and He has been adjusting things according to the principles of eternal rectitude. The time will come when, through the revolutionary power of this Gospel, a falsehood, instead of beingealled exaggeration, equivocation and evasion; will be branded a lie! And stealings, that now sometimes go under the head of percentages and commissions, and bonuses, will be put into the catalogue of state prison offenses. Societ3 will be turned inside out and upside down, and ransacked of God's truth, until business dishonesties shall come to an end and all double dealing; and God will overturn, and overturn, and overturn; and commercial men in all cities will throw up their hands, coding out, "These that have turned the world upside down are come hither." The religion of Jesus Christ will produce a revolution in our churches. policy The noncommittal, of the church of God will give waj to a spirit of bravest conquest. Viity in this day seems to me to be salted down just so as to keep. It seems as if the church were chiefl3 anxious to take care of itself; and if we hear of want, and squalor, aqd heathenism outside, we say, "What a pity!" aqd we put our hands in our pockots, and wo feel piece, and with around for a two-cea great flourish wo put it upon the plate, and are amazed that the world is hot converted in six weeks. Supr pose there were a great war: and there were 300.000 soldiers, Jbut of all those 300.000 soldiers, excepting 10 men, were in their tents, or scouring their muskets, or cooking rations. You would say. "Of course defeat must come in that case." It is worse than that in the church. Millions of the professed soldiers of Jesus Christ are ccoking rations, or asleep in their tents, while onl3 one man here and there goes out to do battle for the Lord. "But" says some one. "we are establishing a great many missi ns. and I think they xvill save the masses." No,, they will not do it They are doing a magnificent work, but every mission chapel is a confession of the disease and weakness of , the church. It a dividing line bewaking is tween the classes. It Is saying to the rich aqd to the well conditioned: "If you can pay' your pew rents come to the' main audience room." It is saying to the poor man: "Your coat is too bad and ycur shoes are not good enough. If you want to get to Heaven you;wilI have to go by the way of the mission chapel.' The mission chapel the 'ha,? become thei kitchen,-wherpre hundreds' 'aqd l thousands of churches in thii country gorgeously built 'and. 'supported that 4even,, ton bright and.sunshiny days, are not half full of worshipers, and yet they are building mission chapels, because, by some expressed or implied regulation, the great masses of the people are kept out of the main audience room. Now I &ay that any place of worship which is appropriate for one class is ment saw in some paper an account of a liurcli in Huston in which it is said. there were a great 111:1113 plain people. l'hi! next week the trustees of that hurch came out in the paper au.l said it was not so at fill; "ihey were eu- ant people ami highly conditioned in oile that went there." Then I laughed outright; and when I laugh I "Thos'j people," I laugh very loudly. .aid, "are afraid of the sickly .sentimentality of this churches." Now, my uubitiou is not to preach to 3011 so much. It seems to me that 3011 must be faring sumptuously ever3 ikiy, and the marks of comforts are all about yon. You do not need the Gospel half as much as do some who never come bo liens. uallier tlian priding on a church iii3self in front of which there shall halt 50 splendid equipages on the Sabbath day, would have a church up to whose gates there should conu a long procession of the suffering and the stricken and the (lying begging for admittance. You do not need the Gospel as much as thu3. You have go; d things in this life. Whatever be r future i!e.stiti3 you have had a pleasant time here. Hut these d3ing populations of which I speak, b3 reason of their want and suffering, whatbo their future dcstiiy, aro ever in perdition now; and if there be any (.omfmt- in ('hrits Gospel, for Go.l's sake give it to them! Revolution! The pride of the church must come down. The. of the church must comj down! The financial boastings of th. church must; come down! If moaistarv s icejss wjr the chief idea in the church, then I say mode of conducting that the finances is the. best If it is to see how main dollars 3cu can gain, then thu present mode is the best. Hut if it is the saving of souls from sin and death. and bringing the mighty populations. of our cities to the knowledge of God, , then I Revolution! It is coming fast I feel it in the air. 1 hear tho rumbling of an earthquake that .shall shake down, in one terrible crash, tho arrogance of our modern Christianity. The sea is covered with wrecks, and multitudes are drowning. Wc come out with the church and tho people b.'gin to clamber in, and we shout: "Stop! Stop! You must think it costs nothing to keep a Thpsc seats at the crew are one dollar apiece, those in the middle f if ty cents, and those seats in the stern two shillings. Please to pa up, or elsa lloun !er on a little longer till the mission-boat, whose work it is to save 3ou penniless wretches, shall como along s We save 01113 and plok 3011 up. slnnur.s in this boat." The talk is, whether Protestant churches or Roman Catholic churches are coming out ahead. I tell 3011, Protestants, this truth plainly: That until 3our churches are as free as tho Roman Catholic cathedrals thev will beat 3ou. In their cathedral the mil lionaire and the beggar kneel side by side. And until that time comes in our churched we can not expect the favor of God, or permanent spiritual prosper itj--. Revolution! It rtiav be that, before the church learns its dnt3' to the masses, God will scourge it, and corns with the whip of omnipotent indignation anddriveout the mone3 changers. It ma3-- be that there is to be a great da3" of upsetting before that time shall come. If it must come, O Lord God, let it come now! In that future da3' of the reconstruct ed Church of Christ, the will be the most cheerful of all buildings. Instead of the light of the sun strained through painted 'glas. until an intelligent nuthoritj looks green, and blue, and yellow, and cop we will have no.sure things. The pure atmosphere of Heaven will sweep out the fetid atmosphere that has been kept 111 many of our churches boxed up from Sun.laj to Sunikn-- . The da3 of which I spjak will be a day of great revivals. 1 here will bj .such a time a there was in the parish of Sholts, where. 500 souls were born to Gcd in one da3"; such times as were seen in this county- - when Elwards gave the alarm, when Tennent preached. add W hiteheld thundered, and Ed ward Pa3son praj-ed- ; such times aa some of 3ou remember in 1S5", when the voice of prayer aqd praise was heard in theater, in warehouse, and blacksmith shop, and factory, and en gjne house; and the auctioneer's cry of half, and a half, and a half," was drowned out by tie adjoining pra-e- r meeting, in which the people cried out: "Men and brethren, wlia shall we do?" 1 111:13111:13exclu.-dvenes- s pre.-!".t CT3-life-boa- t, lifo-bofirst-claschurch-building in. RICEBENGE HUE PheBix of Brooklyn. Harlford of Hartford. Manchester of England. Connecticut of Hartford. North British and 3f ercba-atllGerman American of New York. Liverpool and London and Globe. 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Mill ten iiiiital Iiu'estiiit Co., OF LEXINGTON, KY. PLAN LIFE INSURANCE REVERSED. $97,000.00 Paid inMaturies. $36,000,00 Reserve and Surplus. Coupons Redeemed April, 1898. Name. Address. J II Nelson, Haltimore, Md George P. Hines, Winlleld. Tenn CoivgilUfc Spencer, Lexington, Ky Terry CrosUiwuir. Lexington, Ky J. 31. .fc John Skain Lexington. Ky Margaret Johnson, Louisville. Ky Jlollie Simpson, Lexiugron, Ky Dr. II. 1'. Cox, Harrodsburg, Ky U. F. Johnson, Baltimore. Jld Dr. W E Bannister, Lexington, Ky Boss fc Harrington, Falmouth. Ky D B GoodLexington, Ky Dr A I Taylor, Lexington. Ky 31 L Dowling, Bnrgin, Ky JohnC Hedges, Lexington, Ky K S Rarick, Nicuolasville, Ky J II Baker, Lexington, Ly A J Taylor, Lexington, Ky George Copeland. Lexington, Ky Catherine Lang. Louisville. Ky L U 3Iilvard. Lexington. Ky 3Ilss Annie Kuoble, Lexington, Ky J il & John Skain. Lexington, Ky C Y Freemon, Lexington Ky J 31 fc John Skalu, Lexington, Ky A S Bowman, Lcxiugtou. Ky Surah Short, Sacramento. 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His offer has been accepted by the war depart number of years ago, when it bo came apparent that the buffalo was to be exterminated in the northwest, Fred Dupree, an old ranchman living on Che3'enne river, captured several calvos from one of the small herds which were 3et roaming in Dakota, and began breeding them for the purpose of keeping them in existence. Many times his efforts seemed a failure, but the little bunch finalty began to increase, and now consists of 3J head of full blood buffalo aud 75 A half-breed- Tiik average duration of human life in European countries is greatest in Sweden and Norway and lowest in Itaby and Austria. Mahogany is now ver3 generally substituted for hickory in the manufacture of wagon wheels in France, it ment A patent for fastening kid gloves has 3ielded a fortune of several hun dred thousand dollars for its fortunate owner, and the inventor of a collar clasp enjo3"s SiO.OOO ro3alty a yeai as the reward for his endeavor. A new kind .of sleeve button has made f50, 000 in five years for its patentee, and the simple twisting of safety pint in su?h a way tliat there is no possible danger of the point sticking in the child promises to enrich its owner beyond any of his early dreams oJ Profits over cost. wealth. V. William Watson, Louisville, Ky O S Williams, Burgin, Ky.... J C Thompson, Lancaster. Ky Kate S Brown, Lexington, Ky Kate S Brown, Lexington, Ky Kate S Brown, Lexington, Ky Katie M Feeuv, Lexington, Ky George G Curl, Georeton, Ky R T Collins. Georgetown, Ky Harry McCarty, NIcholasville, Ky SleFerran Crow, Versailles, Ky Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington Shooknm Gulch Pool. Lexington. Ky Shookum Gulch Pool. Lexington. Ky Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington. 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