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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Clout MattervaTmLS NUMRE et he o IX PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDUAH Cut Public Square and Danville AVSXVC Screen Doors Refrigerators Lancaster Ky W 1 William LlUCIl8ter Attorneys at Law CASTER KY All business attended to promptly 1 rh- AND a DoibIe- P1w SioveI- C to Coolers Freezers COLWGltelcb Stanford VVZLL2AMIJ BEAZLSYBAffHIAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky t I 1 IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER r t i L 4 06vbvSvbstfti O OOJhhkS0a04G CtP4 4a Oi0 P44t Cti444b4 G8tQ DOPPO66444t 44444000- u nnaneeene neaeeneeanaeeeee e inennrbnoensa ea eeeaae4b444b Circus tomorrow Friday Bring in a dollar for the We print typewriter letter heads G S Gaines handles the genuine Brown Cultivator Fine Tennessee strawberries at II B Northcotts Saturday t greatest Disc on the market at G S A fine line of Harness and Saddlery at Haseldens at lowest prices Jnion meeting at Christian church Sunday night Sermon by Rev Fau Wanted 20000 pounds of wool will pay highest market price H B Northcott A Mind Reader entertained croud at the Court House Friday and Saturday nights A large crowd of people expected in town tomorrow from the surrounding country it being circus day When you come to see the elephant Friday come in and see J B Jennings nice line of shoes and gents furnish ings y Only big show coming this season The Cooper Cos circus is one of the largest on the road Tomorrow Fri day Steam Laundry Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry Leave your orders at Stveeuevs store tf Danville Laundry Smith Currcy Agents for Danville Steam Laundry We ship every day We send today and deliver tomorrow Satisfaction guaranteed Work called for and delivered tf Public Sale of Town Lots I will oa the 24th day of May offer for sale several nice building lots Term made known on day of sale Sale begins at 1C30 B F Walter The colored lodge of U B F turned out Sunday afternoon and attended preaching at the Methodist church This lodge is and is one of the foremost the colored folks have he Gaines coner Steno growingrapidly I corn 1 Harrow Bourbon tC o clock First class trains now Come in to the big circus tomorrow Friday The big Cooper shows will exhibit on Dr Herrings lot Summer Lap Dasters Whips and Fly Nets at Haseldens Wanted car load of Iron Bones and Rags Y II B Northcott The night train south 1229 makes close connection for Louisville Suggest to the loafer that he enlist in the army and he shuts up like a clam New stock shirtwaist studs shirt waist sets and b lt supports at J C Thompson J A Beazlcy Co have a large and handsome line of wall paper Prices to suit the people No driving will be allowed in the Cemetery on the afternoon of Day This order will be strictly enforced S B HENRV Supt Took To Your Interest Best buggies on the at J B Paint Lick Ivy Gen eral repairing and horseshoeing a specialty Give us a trial 3lS3m Wanamaker fc Brown are giving each customer from 3 to in the price of suits as the customer saves that much and gets a perfect fit M D HUGHES Agent Strawberry Supper The ladies of Pleasant Grove church are preparing to give a strawberry supper at the school house near the church The exact date will be an nounced later Grass Hurt Some farmers tell us that the grass is very backward and the crop will doubtless be short this summer say it i not materially hurt Dbnt kick until the trouble materializes gentlemen Its hard enough to climb a hill after we reach it War map 2Sx31 inches of Cuba the World Went Indies c 30c each if- hv mail Send for one J C Tompson Notice market Preniluud Others i tC 33e Decoration home m ide Ely s WHILE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR THE Come in and look at our stock of Hats Shoes Clothing and Gents Furnishings which the and MOST COMPLETE assortment and LOW PRICES ever seen in Central Kentucky Tile CANNONADING ApillSt HAVANA has not commenced but our Cannonading against high prices has and as seeing is believing an inspection of our ALL WOOL suits at OREGONembraces NEWEST 500 our lot of 750 suits French faced and satin piped our 1000 line our 1500 and 1650 suits which embody the quintessence of r 1 I l odsPOv0dO saOtooshe osl908oat oo8oo440e a46oo4f 4 4- i A i 74oo4e44oo4oo6ao oooo aa3 oaaoaeaaaaa eaaea LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 20 L898 perfection will he overwhelmingly convincing With Children and Boys suits over 250 we give a cap belt ball and O O I 6M bat- eA A luAA 1twMMMAM NAMAAAA 1lAAAA AMAMAM Commadore Dewey has But our prices in shoes have dropped within the reach of all Patent Leathers Calf Light colored Tan very latest all can be bought in FINE QUALITY at low at our house Shoes bought from us i 250 up us Free Manila Has Been Bombarded and we efan show you a most complete stock of Straw Hats ranging in pric es from SCENTS U P TO 200 Our Monarch Shirtssoft bosom with detached cuffs will come in nsxb W33k so bays sava your orders un til you get a look at them Hmm M Sunk the Spanish Fleet Willow the are shined by r a if if fZf A prices r a 1 1 t i Fd Logan ohillsOll1I- 1L County Court Monday Cushings lecture tonight Stanford contest June ITih The big Cooper shows come by trains The best two horse wagon on the market at G S Gaines I The 1125 morning train makes close connection at Stanford for Louisville I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn WAR On flies Screen Doors and Windows This week only- J R HASETDKN Hatching From prize wining Black Minorcas 15 eggs for 100 R L Elkin Headquarters for Deering Binders Mowers and threshing machines at G Gaines VT Judge M D Hughes tells us he has taken his summer v cation havig spent Sunday at Drippng Springs Between Lancaster and Danville a largo black buggy robe Will pay a liberal reward for its return Cooper show will arrive ear ly tomorrow morning by special train from Richmond where they exhibiied today See the bast two horse Wagon made Wagon built on springsJ HASKIDKN Supper at lictlis The supper given May 14th j by the ladies of Bettis neighborhood was quite a success in every way There was an abundance of fool of all kinds and a large attendance The good la dies cleared 2500 They desire to thank all who so willingly contributed towards it J HE Gnus taut and Grey There will be a meeting of the sold iers held in Masonic Hall tomorrow Saturday afternoon at two oclock for the purpose of makinjr final ar rangments for decoration day All old soldiers are earnestly requested to be present It is the desire of the old vets to secure the services of some for the occasion and have the ceremonies as impressive as possible All the veterans of both sidles are expected to take part as the graves of both the Confederate and Federal dead will be decorated For further particulars see Jim Dillon Death of Mrs Johnston The community was greatly shoes ed Wednesday to learn of the sudden death of Mrs Jane Johnston wife of Mr T M Jonston She had been in fairly good health for the past few years and her sudden illness was quite- a surprise Mrs Johnston belonged to one of the most widelyknown fatni li s in the county and was beloved by all She was a consistent member of the Christian church and took a prom inent part in every movement for the church and good of the community She leaves beside her husband five children They are W McC Johnston Mrs Belle Burnside Mrs Patterson Miss Nell and John The funeral will take place at the Christian church this Thursday afternoon at four oclock Eld George Gowen will conduct the services and the interment will take place at the Lancaster Cemetery Sudden Death Saturday morning at an early hour Mrs Marinda Herring wife of Mr Bright Herring died suddenly at the family residenca on the Danville pike She had bsen in apparent good health all day and ate a hearty supper te fore retiring During the night Mr Herring noticed her peculiar breath ing and went to her bedside Before his mother arrived in the room Mrs Herring had breathed her last No woman bore a better reputation for kindness and charity than did Mrs Herring She was a true Christian in every sense of the word and by her many acts of kindness endeared her self to every one who knew her In his sad bereavement the heartbroken husband has the sympathy of a large crcle of friends After services at the grave by Elder Gowen the remains were interred in the Lancaster Sunday afternoon at three oclock Unnecessary Delay Since this change in the running of the trains our people are greatly an noyed and inconvenienced from the fact that no mail is put off here from the night trains Mr West the post master has written to headquarters stating the case and if a change is not made right away some one will go to Cincinnati and lay the matter before the post o111 je authorities The people do not want this mail opened at night but it can b3 put off and kept at the depot until the regular time for op3n ng the office in the morning It is said thatBO one meets the night trains but it does seem that in a town of this size that a matter as important as this should not ba overlooked As matters now are our Louisville and other morning mail from the south is taken to Richmond and brought back at 11 10 J here is absolutely no excuse for this delay and if the trouble is not remedied our people will make a kick which will hurt whoever happens to be in the way I special fer S Lost Cos notedspeaker Eggs Cemetery 4 J B Jennings has the largest line of ladies slippers in town If you forgot to bring that dollar to TIIK RECORD last court day just next Monday and all will be forgiv en See To Teachers Do not forget the dates for examina tions White teachers must come on Friday and Saturday May 20 and 21 Colored teachers will be examined one week later Lecture Tonight Our people should not miss the op portunity of hearing the celebrated lecture Volney B Cushing tonight at Court House He is one of the finest on the American platform When in town Monday dont fail to call and see the best and cheapest line of haggles Surres and Road Wagons ever seen in Lancaster- W J Romans Carriage Co The bloom of the pawpaw tree is said to have been killed by the freezes but there is now a second crop of the bloom which promises to make a good crop Good Crowd Depot Agent Patterson sold forty five tickets to Lexington Sunday and a great many more would have gone had the train been advertised a little sooner There was a nice crowd abroad but a few toughs crept in us usual Dr L S Wesley has located in Lan caster and opened an oflice at Dr ONeals old stand Dr Wesley comes highly recommended as a physician He will move his family to Lancaster as soon as he can find a house to rent Closing Exercises of Graded School School will close next week with two public entertainments one will Arbor Day exercise the other a musical entertainment The Arbor Day exercise will be Wednesday at 230 The musical will be Thursday afternoon at 230 All are invited to attend B S GOWEX Showed Up Well The fact that only four of the Lan cascer boys failed to pass the examination at Lexington speaks well for the health of our men Some of the other companies had as twenty men thrown out and had trou ble in gettng enough to be sworn in Reports from all over the country say that ninety per cent of the men re jectel are those addicted to the ciga rett j habit All the boys from except Kirby passed The sur said Will Walker was the finest specimen of young manhood he had seen and passed many compliments on him bring- it IawpawH Safe A New IhYHlclan bean highas Lancaster geon afternoon rigid Mr Tyree II West died at his home near Pleasant Hill School house this county Tuesday last Mr West had been a resident of Garrard county ah his life and no one stood higher in the estimation of the people generally than did he He was a member of the Christian church and was considered one of the cleverest men in the county He was always ready to help a friend and a liberal contributor to charitable objects He was blessed with good health nearly all his life and was in 77 years old Funeral services were held at his late residence Wednesday afternoon conducted by Eld George Gowen and the remains interred in the Lancaster Cemetery The New Trains The much desired train service went into effect Sunday The old day train has baen reversad and now comes from Richmond in the forenoon passim Lancaster at 1125 making close con nection at Stanford with the Louis ville and Knoxville trains This train comes back from Stanford at 435 in the afternoon It remains a mixed train but makes much better time than of old The passenger trains run at night but furnish excellent means of travel It passes here at 1229 going to Louis ville putting you in that city at 730 a m Going to Cinti it passes Lacas ter at 252 a m arriving in that city about 730 On this train yon make connection at Paris for Lexington both coming and going These trains are firstclass passengers and carry both expressNow benefit has been secured for the town we sincerely hope that the loafinr talkel against the effort to secure it will go into a hole and pull the hole in after them Royal is the highest grade baking powder IUKWIU Actual tests show it goes oae third further thM other brad ch The ttlll West may b4K1NG POWDER PMw lOYAl IlAlQIIG NEW YORK AbsoIMtely powtieo TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION JJtr Year in1 oo dvanee In making your purchases dont forget to call for tickets which will entitle you to one of our premiums The above cut represents- one of the many on exhibition BIG CUT N Ladies Misses Sfoldrens Shoes and Oxfords We are anxious to CLOSE OUT OUR SHOE STOCK and will give you Good Shoes sand Oxfords rfi for Very Little Money Zeiglers 3 and 350 shoes for 2 225 shoes for 150 Mens Boys and CMltas ClotMni at Half Price Our line of Dry Goods is CompleteA- ND PRICES VERY REASONABLE mmTTw r = THE LOGIN See J R Haseldens 2 Double Shov el Plows Largest line Cultivators at J R Haseldens I have new tomato and cabbage plants for sale Geo Smith The fishing in DIx river this spring has been a failure So say the fisher men and they wont lie The city council at Richmond has declared the street railway of that city a nuisance and ordered it torn up I has never paid expenses Notice to Taxpayers Taxes are now due the City and all are respectfully requested to pay same at once The penalty will soon be ad ded and it will be to your interest to pay your tax nowE WALKER M a L Having been called to Hot Springs Arkansas to see a sick brother I to my customers who have not yet purchased that Mr E W Harris will take their measures for a suit and satis actioa will be guaranteed during my absence M D HUGHES Agent District W C T U The district meeting of the Womens Christian Temperance Union began in this city Wednesday afternoon The district is made up of the counties composing this congressional district A large number of delegates are As some will not arrive until we will not publish the list un til next issue at which time we will also give a detailed account of the en tire proceedings The meeting ed with the contest at the Courthouse of which mention is made elsewhere in this issue At this meeting Mrs Patterson gave an outline of the and Mrs Robert Elkin delivered the address of welcome Mrs Elkins talk was one of the best we ever beard It was out of the old cut and dried order and full of common sense Last night the children of Miss Mur phys class entertained the visitors which Mm Beairchamp delivered an excellent address to a large and appreciative audience in the Presby terian church Owing to the lateness of the hour we will defer further re ports of the meeting til next issue Our people have the hang ing on the outside and are doing their beat to entertain the visitors and make them feel at home Notice A Curd announce present tonight o e program after latchstring h DRY GOODS COMPANY COOPERS CIRCUS Attracted a Largo Audience at Lexington A Great Show Cooper fc great Rail Road Show is to exhibit here tomorrow F rnlay The Lexington Argonaut siys Cooper Cos New United Circus began its engagement of four days in this city last night to crowded tents The show is one of the best on the road Many new acts and featurei were introduced which the audience highly appreciated Among the new acts introduced were The Tybells in their wonderful lad der act the ParentBrodildia four brother act gymnasts TraverRich ards trio in triple trapest FriscoTrav er burlesque Chinese ladder act Mme Lulu and her wonderful horse Topsy and many others The show made a big hit with the audience and will doubtless attract large crowds during the week Admission reduced under 10 years of age only 15 cts Adults 25c Usual street Plrade at 11 oclock Gold Medal Contest The first grand gold medal contest ever held in the state took place at the Court House Tuesday evening These contests are under the supervision of the W C T U and are divided into several clashes First comes the silver medal contest then one for a gold medal in each district and now the grand or state contest We there is still another called the diamond The one held Tuesday was for speakers who had won Siven young ladies took part They were Misses Ida Tyree Pittsburg Fannie McClure Mt Ver non Fairchild Berea Alberta Anderson Lancaster Elene Hiatt Hi attsville Mamie Jones Annie Thomp son Mt Yernon Persons who are competent to judge such matters tell us they have never witnessed better contest nor one in which thosg partic ipating were more evenly matched Each young lady spoke in a clear dis tinct and strong voice and their ges ticulation was perfect Lath of sja e prevents giving a detailed description of each but we will say that it must have been a difiuult task to pick the winner so well did each young lady carry out her part The judges were Revs Henry Faulconer T IL and C H Clark who decide I to give the medal to Miss Alberta Ander son of this city K C Branch Sonthbnd Mixed passes lMKuStfBKK Lit Horthbnd Mixed Northbnd Paasgr 252AX- Soathbcd Cos understand evening goldmedals Campbell x U29 A X c Children r f c OENTRAL KVKKY WEEK ny LOUIS LASDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YFAK IN ADVANCE 100 YKKMS Six MONTHS M IKIDAY May 2O 1898 FOi CONGRESS McCREARY We are authorized to announce lIon JAMES P MCCKKAUY of Madison county a candidate for Congress in the th Congressional District subject to the action of the Democratic party THOMPSON We announce J U Thompson n candidate for reiiomiiiiitioii by the Dem ocratic party for Kcprcsentative in Con cress from this the Sth district Sixes our last report the progress o the war sterns to Lave been at a Reports come one day and the papers take up their columns the next in denying them The of ficials have at last decided to keep their plans secret and this is indeed a wise move The country is full of and the movements of our ships and men have been as pub lie as if no war was in progress Dew eys fleet still holds the day at Manila and sampsons ships are putting in their time by chasing to places where they hear the enemys tubs or located In the mean time the Spaniards are keeping out of the way and watching their chance to get in a blow that will tell The army is mobilized at south ern points and is waiting for orders to invade Cuba The volunteer army is about in condition and is being con centrated at Chickamauga ready to assist the regulars in case they are needed The Kentucky troops are not ready as they had to be furnished out and out with everything nee led by a soldier The Govern decision o keep its plans se cct may mean much and there is no telling what play is to be made THIS beats any country on the globe for taking up with strangers For eign trash is dumped here by the ship our people take them up making inquiry whatever as from whence they came or whither they are traveling Spanish spies are as thick in the United States as burrs on a back and only this week was it necessary the government to double the secret service to weed out the reptiles Some foreigners are the best citzns we have and all honor to them but this thing of letting eve ry tramp land is too dangerous to con tinue All immigrants should be care lully examined and then if found worthy receive thin with open arms b w r TUREE 25 standstill Spanishspies men loadand without any RECORD almost sheep s for WE arc frequently asked if it is not a difficult task to edit an independent paper We say Nay verily We have not a blanked bit of use for politics and a blankcty blanked sight less for politicians We are thankful to the power that we got our dose of politics early in life We do not to be led by the nose or made to dance to the fiddling of any set of men or dictated to by a lot of goods box orators who ought to ba working in the corn field This coun try is en tirely too large for a man to be a slave nowadays and the dust in the scat of our trousers a long time ore it is beaten out with the party List IT must be very annoying to trained soldiers to have persons placed over them who have no qualifi cations whatever Such fellows as John Jacob Astor Jas G Blaine Jr et al receiving commissions in the army is the height of folly If they want to show their patriotism make them enlist as privates and learn to keep step by Hay foot Straw foot along with the brave boys who do the fighting A passenger on a railroad train pulled by an inexperienced en gineer is in no more nor as great dan ger as soldiers under command of who are not trained soldiers IT looks now like the Spanish war ships have concluded to put in their entire time trying to get off the face of creation It is perfectly evident that they do not intend to fight and we believe they have concluded to put this government to as much expense as possible in trying to run them down Before going into this game of hideandseek Uncle Sam should send his army to Cuba and relieve the starvation and suffering among the poor oppressed Cubans Relieve them IF the war continues much longer our head will be as gray as a Norway rats We read the lengthy reports and dream all night of thlrteenznch Sampsons the Spanish Cape Verde off Manila doubletarrcted Deweys the Flying Torpedo Reconcentrados moving from the Phillipincs into the volunteer displacement of the West Indies etc etc When morning comes we awake only to find fresh daily papers which get us more confused For heavens sake fight or give up the ALMOST daily this office receives from some enterprising firm a socall ed patriotic song together with a let ter asking a two or three inch notice The musicians as well as the balance of mankind are out for the cash We have about concluded to preserve these productions and send them to Roosevelts though cradle lullabys would doubt iess suit those bloodthirsty warriors better LOUISVILLE base ball patrons are longsufferng beings For years they All wise willremain andamong officers Spanish arm andmore grin ofsame roughriders propose destroy cr v have been lead V at the be ginning x fthQ season that the city had a winning team anti the aggregation immediately set in to see how quietly it could get into last place The are certainly loyal to the club In some cities the nine could not draw a crowd large enough to raise a k ck on the umpire UlSMAKK describes the war as a du el with sabfcs at fifteen paces If the old statesman will cause the Span iard to stand still a minute we can guarantee to shorten the distance right speedily SEVEHAI Louisville papers had a set to over who should the city The Dispatch kuockel the plum which is quite a juicy one WIIEJJKVKH a report in the war news starts out by saying It appears you may stop then and there and read no further Its a lie The Cuban question and political is sues sink irti insignificance with the man who suffers from piles What he most desires is the relief DeWiUs Witch Hazel Salve cures piles Stormes Drug Store 1m EDUCATIONAL COLUMN I Conducted by B S lower soar COMMON FLOWERS Acting on the theory that every thing which is beautiful tends to give beauty to character I have had the pupils give a great deal of attention to flowers But even if it should have no refining influence still the time is well spent for when boys and girls become interested in flowers they have something to occupy their leisure moments even though they are alone in the fields or woods Without such interest and hence without such occupation their idle time will be spent in some other way perhaps some questionable way But merely the reason that the is so interesting so fascinating 1 My pupils have found some very things aoout some very com mon flowers and things too that are not very generally known First take the dogwood blossom It is not one blossom but about twenty five blossoms Look in the center and you will find at least two dozen little flowers Next the clover blossom soCjilled is not a clover blossom at all but entyfive clover blossoms The dandelion one of the and most unnoticed flowers is one of the most peculiar There are two hundred and twentyfive in one Each 4 belt vo d printing study thinksuflicient Jf JI interesting perfect se commonest patrons ooo4aoo ooaaoaapaoooooa0ooaooob o0 0o6ood0OOOd08Oaoo4444400 w I I a bears one seed and that seed has wings that it may fly away and find a new home These wings all together make the silky ball left after the is shed Dandelions make pretty good clocks as they open about the same time every morning and close about the same time at night 539 a m and 830 p m being the times There is a weed that grows along the wayside usually called white top that is one of the best examples of the composite family the family with many lowers in one Its is four hundred and sixtyfive the highest number we have found but isnt that high enough My pupils have counted all these flowers so they will defend these statements We have all been very much in the study of the violet We heard of a school that had found different kinds Wondering if we could find so many around here we agreed to try and instead of seven we found nineteen The only chance for a mistake is for some of them to be freaks instead of regular types In order to beautify the yard and make the more homelike for the pupils I suggested that all who wanted to could contribute whatever amount he might wish and we would buy flower seeds and bulbs to suit all seasons so we might have flowers all the year round as nearly as possible supplemented the amount the pupils raised by giving several dollars my self The interest they have shown the familylike spirit it has brought about has fully repaid me oven without the flowers themselves only hope the pupils will continue to show the same interest after 1 am gone that they have shown recently Another Case of Rheumatism Cured by Chamberlains Pain IJulm Many old soldiers now feel the of the hard service they endured during the war Mr Geo S of Roseville York county Penn who saw the hardest kind of service at the front is now frequently with rheumatism I had a severe attack lately he says and procured bottle of Chambelains Pain Balm It did so much good that I would like to know what you would charge me for a dozen bottles Mr Anderson wanted it both his own use and to supply it to his friends and neighbors as every family should have a bottle of it in their home not only for rheu matism but lame back sprains lings cuts bruises and burns for which it is unequalled For sale by R E McRoberts 1m Low Rates Low rates Queen Crescent route One fare the round trip from all points to general conference A M E Church Columbia S C 418 Southern Biblical Assembly Knoxvllle Finest train service in the South Lib Crescent Route 1 J yellow Jf number interested seven JI JI JI plat enjoymentof a effects Anderson troubled for Conference ticketsBe 4 4 saw SC Tenn BUCKEYE Our Sunday school continues to flourish like a green bay tree Mrs John Teater has been suffering with a carbuncle on her haud Mrs Robert Teater who has been quite sick has about recovered Mrs Josiah McCully has returns d the Richmond Infirmary very much improved Dr Grant of your city was here several days last week J E Dicker son and Miss Sallie B Ray attended services at the Fork church Sunday V G Jones and daughter Miss Hallie returned from a visit to Lexing ton Miss Bettie Henry of your city attended the fishing party and was the guest of Miss Susie SamliJge A two horse wagon containing 20 girls and four boys and others in bug gies and on horse bacc passed thro here Saturday en route to the tithing party at the mouth of Paint Lck They were met there by parties from Madison Sulphur Well and Nicholas ville All report a fine time and to eat Although they assembled at the waters edge to fish dry land fish seemed to be in the greatest Dr W M Ray made a very narrow escape of his life while returning from Nicholasville Monday lIe had got ten this side of the black bridge in Jessamine when his horse which had been driven just a few times got frightened and ran throwing him out of the buggy on to the pike his fore head striking rendering him uncon scious but he rallied somewhat and came on home most of the way as his buggy was completely demolished lie was overtaken soon after the accident by friends and seen safe home He has no recollection where he was how he got hurt nor how he crossed the river Ho is at this writing better though contddera bly bruised 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 remedy that has been a success as a cure and that is Cham berlains Cholic Cholera and Diarr hoea E Grisham Gaars Mills La For sale by R E McRob erts 1m ORCHARD GROVE Albert Huffman and Ed Naylor are preparing for war They each have nine boys The present prospect for a good yield of wheat m this part of the was never better at this season Recent rains have made some of our farmers so eager to plant corn they are working in the mud Better been up a little earlier when the weather was good It is currently reported that our teacher at Orchard Grove is specially fond of a Moss that can be found somewhere on Dix river and that when her school is ended she will go in search of it Cant believe it Rus Humphrey says the lightning hasnt tried his rod yet but he hopes when it does the rod will do all fellow that sold it to him claimed it would Says he is still looking for the fire insurance policy that the rod seller promised him Watch and pray lest ye enter into temptation Joshua Barker a rural clock tinker er is in the swim Hu has invented a clock which he says will run six months from one winding He has been at a loss to know where ta set it going so that the world coud have the benefit of such a tmekeeper he found that to make it it would require half a ry to dig a hole deep enough to ac comodate the weight and cords When he heard of Bob Scotts airship the knotty problem was solved provided he could induce Mr Scott to allow him to attach it to his flying machine Ihe two made a contract and each will take his family and provisions enough to lest during a voyage around the globe They expect to leave terra firma from Burdetts Knob August 1 1898 The human machine starts but once and stops but once You can keep it going longest and most regularly by using DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills for constipation and all stomach and liver troubles Stormes Drug Store lm SWEENEY S Morgan bought 50 hogs from parties Saturday Call at S Morgans and buy the best Lion at 10 cents package J II Thompson and J F Thompson have gone to the mountains on a trading expedition Rev R B Manoney will peach at the Baptist church on the 2nd and 4th Sundays in June and will continue on through the year Mlss Fannie Austin is progressing nicely with her school which she is teaching at Beazley school house and will close in a short time The pupils and parents are delighted with her teaching and are sorry the school is so near the close Price Mahan of Iliattsville spent Saturday and Sunday with his Mr and Mrs Reuben Dudderar Our little friend Miss Hallie Brown has returned from a pleasant visit to friends and relations of Mt Vernon T E Dishon and brother George at tended the county meeting at ML Ma riah Saturday and reported a nice time The Misses Archer of Flat woods visited their sister Mrs Reub en Dudderar last week Davy Ste vens and family spent Saturday and Sunday with Thos Stevens and ly near Hiattsville from have plenty demand horseback ac RemedyP I county because stationary different coffe cousins t cent far hit Planter CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic Neuralgia and Toothache in five minutes Sour Stomach and summer Complaint Price 25 Cento I a I Master T T Pollard has suffered very much for the lastTtwo weeks with rising in his ear Slay 15th a little daughter cam to ijj ss and brighten the home of Mr and Mrs Ediniincl Sutton Speed IJoner one of onr patriotic boys sent home from Lexington by Capt Duncan on account of b injf too young for service take notice Dont givr any order for wire fence or fencing machines until you see L 3 who handles the hest on the market Call on or address L 15 Hughes Marks bury Garrard County Ky or leave orders with J R Haselden Lancaster Centucky CL4 Mr and Mrs Steve lUirdett of Jes samine visited Miss Until Aldriuge week Miss Mary Lynn Mock of Danville spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Katharine Miss Simpson of Lancaster spent part of last week with MSss Lula Miss Georgia Henry of spent from Friday till Wednesday with Miss Sillie Ilurrlnj Messrs Ciay and Henry Williams of Burgin spent Sunday with II I Aldridge and family Mrs T L Uroaddus and nephew Tom Wall spent Sunday with MM Robert Gulley of McCreary Mike Kennedy and wife of Crab Or charJ visited their parents Mr am Mrs T K West Misses Th o Hemp hill Mattie May Robinson and Master Willie Robinson of Lancaster visited their cousin Master Bonnie Robinson last week Mr and Mrs Ap Price of Lancaster and Mr and Mrs John Woods of Danville visited Mr Mrs Chas Uurdett Sunday Mr ant Mrs Will Bradshaxv and Master Eu gene visited McCroary Saturday and Sunday and were accompanied home by Mrs T W Robinson Mr Mrs A J Chesnut Alfred Boner and Miss of Danville and Misses Boner of Hickman visited Mr Mrs J C Boner Sunday E J Dick erson and Miss Sallie B Ray of Jdhn Ilolrzclaw of Preachers ville and Joe Francis of Paint Lic were the guests of Miss Dillian Sutton VliOopiiifj I little boy who was nearly dead from an attack of whooping cough My neighbors recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy I did not think that any medicine would help him but after giving him a few doses of that I noticed an im proveinent and one bottle cured him entirety It is the best cough medi ciue I ever had in the house J L Moore South Burgettoxvn Ia For sale by R E McRoberts lm McCREARY The young people report a grand of the fishing party that at the Kentucky river Saturday Not the success of the amount of fish that were caught but a general good time enjoyed by every one present A crjwd from here went in a wagon from Madison county the number present being numbered at one and fifty Boat riding and were the principal amusements S E Parker Sharon Wis writes have tried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for itching piles and it always stops them in two minutes I consi er DiWitts Witch Hazel Salve the greatest pile c re on the market Stormes Drug Store lm J C Brown and his mother Mrs Lou Brown returned to Shelbyvillc last Friday after spending several weeks with relatives here Misses Rella and Allie Arnold visited Mrs Tena Beazle3 and attende1 preaching at Antioch Sunday Miss Ida Mae Kelley accompanied by W II Lack 03 of your city visited here Sunday Miss Sallie Smith of Hubble and Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside have been the guests of the Misses Pherigo Miss Battle Henry of your city has been the charming guest of Miss Carrie Hardin Mrs Davis who has been sick was able to visit her mother Mrs II B Ray at Nina the latter part of last week Miss Nora Saunders from near ville and Misses Bessie and Minnie Arnold of Iliattsville visited Mrs J B Saunders last wreck Misses Ilackley Mamye Kelley Eva Jones Rclda and LurIa were guests of friends here and attended the Saturday Miss Stella Broaddus has returned from a visit to Madison county accompanied by Miss Viola Hendren One Minute Cough Cure is the best preparation I have ever sold or used and I cant say too much in its praise L M Kennon Merchant Odell Ga Stormes Drug Store Im Away Plow tire Woodcock- I have the bsst and cheapest line of MidMi miner wear ever brought to this city Readytoxvear coats at 50c and Si Black Alpaca coats at S and genuine Crash suit at S3 50 Tailoi made Kentucky homespun tow at SS per The goods will launder perfectly M D Hughes Agt Spirited War Music Send us 2oc in saver or postage end we will in return Mail you our latest Military Music entitled For Country Djai Song and War Flash Military March Thesis two prices retail for 100 Address Windsor Music SCO 208 Wabash Avenue Chi Ill Bring Our Heroes Home The beautiful song Bring our He roes Home dedicated to the Heroes cf the U S Battleship Maine is one cf the finest national saags ever written The words ring with patriotism and the music is stirring and full o fire and fitting the noble sentiment which it is dedicated Arranged for Pisno and Organ This song and six teen other pages of full sheet music will be sent on receipt of 25 cents Address Music Co Indianapolis In3 f e MAR SBUPY was last Moore Simpson and and perkins and 0 Cough hada remedy 111 u cess gathered also hundred eating I Sutton fishing 2 Ii len suit Company f c Farmers Iii hes ate Lancaster Buckeye Kirk OIl Layton SC ago i ic i cs PRHACHERSVtLLE Dick Robinson sold 20 hogs to SMor for 3 14 c Hogs are being engaged for July at 1 12 c John Cross has gone to Iockcastle county to buy hogs Jakson Collett has been to Deli to buy sheep He hats 50 heed J F Pettus sold 2 15 Ibs wool three yearling mules 03 sheep and 54 lambs for 373 cash Mr and Mrs RIciarl Robinson quite a number of their friends Saturday Or was h re Tuesday on his way to see his brothers boy who is sick at this time Messrs James and Frank Thompson have just returned from t c moun tains with a nice bunch of hogs Rev F B Tons and family trill go this week to Wilmorc to attend the Commencement of Asbury College 11 The Baptist church have changed their time of meeting from the first and third to the second and fourth SundayWood Little of Oklahoma who has been spending a month up in the mountain stoppjd off hers for a few days before returning home to bed and early to rise pre pares a man for his home in the skies the pill that makes life longer am better and wiser Stormes Dug Stun lm FLATWOOD Miss Lzze Dudderar sold her pet hog at 325 per hundred amounting S5 DJ There will be preaching at Hope by the pastor Rev Johnson There will be preaching at Ltxvson Chapel Sunday by Rev Riijrcn also Thursday nighj by Rev Little Arch Walker had some Piris Green left from sing on tobacco last It was left in the loft of an old house and it got knocked down and the tock ate it which killed two fine cows A horse and mule recovered Master Henry and Louise Thurman are visiting at J A Merrimans Miss LixziePorter spent Sunday with Miss Susie and Miss Eva Merriman Miss Sarah and Annie Porter spent Sunday with Miss Jennie Scott also E A Pearce and Miss Nannie spent Sunday with Miss Jennie Scott Capt John Doty of Point Leave was through here looking for hogs he had lost Thursday night the He found one at Tom Worrells that had been sold to Worrell by Leaven of color Sam Anderson had bought two Friday that were Thursday night by Leavell then stole them from Mr Andir sou J here is a writ out for him and hehas left the A Growing lousiness Compare qualities and prices and buy a suit of me I have goods EVKRV TIIKBAD being wool at S3 and up to 43 My sales are growing every season M D HUGHES AIJL HUBBLE Mrs J A Hammond is very ill at this Katie White is very ill Miss Katie Walters was the guest of her father and mother Mr and Mrs Henry Walters from Friday until Mon day Mr James Suttou and wife were absent for a few days on a visit to their and fancily Mr II C linker Mr and Mrs Price spent a few days with their moth er Mrs Samantha Alexander and fam ily Miss Sallie Smith was absent from Friday until Sunday on a visit to her kinfolks and on Saturday attended a fishing party at the mouth of Ken tucky river Oh the Pain of RheumatismRheumatism often causes the most in tense suffering Many Lure for years vainly sought from this disabling disease raid are worse off than ever Rheumatism is a blood disease and Swifts Specific is the only cure be cause it is the which can reach such deepseated diseases- A few years ago I was taken with inflamma tory Rheumatism became so intense that I for unable to walk I tried QW several prominent i ment faithfully but was y unable to get the slight est relief In fact my con dition seemed to grow J worse the disease spread over my entire body and s from November to March is I suffered I tried isfK many medicines Wsfiwr v K I but none relieved me Q the of a lK a friend I decided to S S S Before me to take it how ever my guardian who was a chemist ana lyzed the remedy and pronounced It free of or mercury I so much better after taking two that I continued the rem in two months I was cured completely The cure was for I have never had a touch of Rheumatism though many times exposed to damp and cold weather 51 TIPPELL 3711 Powclton Avenue Philadelphia Dont suffer longer with Hheumatism Throw aside your and liniments as they can not reach your trouble Dont experiment with potash and will add to disabil ity and completely destroy your diges tion gan Brown e- Late Early to bed anI a Little Lady Riser a t Goo Sunda I La son 5th Charley stolen Charlie I country 10 brotherin law Sutton was physicians and took theIrtreat AIt atent Upon advicef e doctorstheir delivery entertained tar yea tic w writing- 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1st dent Lady Morgan by Stonewall Jackson 2nd dam by VirgiYiIusSrd data by Matchless 1th data by Trcnsby Morgan Denmark is one of the best bred sad dIe stallions In Kentucky Has good ronnie arid JACK at 500 to Insure UAUGIIMAN BROS 2 Gt Dauville Ky BANK l RIG rY C D WALKER 9tl R FlIunsoa high a Jackson tosee THB NATIONAL r CARNOLDJR 1 t responsible 5toueual 1493Z CAPITAL 20000000 OF SURPLUS 6500000 r LANCASTER KY A R Dresser President JNO E STORMEB Vice President H KINNAIBD Cashier t r Wit 8 C DEteNT Assistant Cashr J F ROBTNSOIT JR Bookkeeper B T EMBBY Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Cochran Jaa Spllman Alex R Detmr A C Robinson W B I Davidson Sam D Jan 8ormu t c Cook 0 e r I I for B 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 Millinery NOV iuL S 1IOODY LTAIDENT I 11LtDY LTI11N1 a t CENTRAL RECORD 20 I89S PERSONAL Mr L F Hubble has gone to Frank fort on business Mrs Fisher Gaines has returned to her homa in Danville Miss Florence liurnsiuc is the guest of Miss Mary liurnside Senator Geo Farris was at home several days this week Miss Julia Ileid has returned from visit to Lexington relatives Miss Embry of Lexington is visiting her aunt Mrs Sim Aiiderson Miss Retina Anderson has returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington Miss Jenni Unrnside has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Prof Evans and wife of Pincville are visiting the family of Mr Frank Moss Miss Carrie Kirtley of Louisville is visiting the family of Mr 11 C Miss Jennie Shumate visited her home fclks in Danville Saturday and Sunday Misses Mae Hughes and Mary Miller have returned from a pleasant vsit to Louisville Drs Wyatt and Jas Lctcher of Danville were in Lancaster a few hours Saturday A II Rice and wife attended the Knights Templar conclave at Mays ville this week Mr ard Mrs E S Powell of II os tonville arc guests of Mr John C Uhomp sons family Misses Aice Hudson and Annie Koyston have been visiting Mrs John Ilaughmau in Danville Mrs Smith of lit Vernon and Miss JJeulah Carson of Crab Orchard visiting Mrs W J Komans Mr H E Henry and Miss Florence Harris visited the Misses near Turncrsville Sunday Mrs Frances E Itaauchamp of Lex is the gnet of Mrs Jacob lob inson on Danville Ave Mrs Kittie I5urnsde and laughter Miss Pearl of Stanford were visiting relatives here this week Miss Mattie Thompson has returned from a several days visit to Miss Liz zie Simpson at Marksbury A II Rice and wife and Misses Al tie and lessie Marksbury made a visit to Nicholasvilie this week Miss Harriet Glasscock who has len the guest of Mrs II D Simpson left for Stanford Monday morning Denton Ashley is quite sick at the home his father on Stanford street He has been in bad health for some time Mr John Duncan and Mrs Simpson Elkin visited Capt Sam Duncan this week at Camp Collier near Lexing ton Mrs Simpson Elkin returned this week to her home in Atlanta after spending a few days with Lancaster relativesTommy Hammond of TIlE RKCOKD force took in the excursion to Lexing ton Sunday and enjoyed the sights very much Thurmond Anderson went to Lex ington Sunday and s ys if all the he saw will take the field they will whip ont the Spanish army in less than a week A certain Lancaster lady said the other day that she had read of the FRIDAY Nay t a P tie Jennings re Cash iri ton o 1l LO G o4OO f I 4 S L soldiers I Get One Roasters Free Call at my store and we will ex plain I am still in the lead with BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES Goods are all fresh I can please all ANGDONS BREAD DAILY PLEASE GIVE US TRIAL of th8SB M1 It J I I IL t Sampsons Fleet being at so many points that she expected to next hear of it at Three Forks of Sugar Creek Letcher Owsley Esq is able to be at his office after a brief illness lIon W B Mason is attending the Kninght Templar Conclave at Mays ville this week CMr and Mrs J R Ilaselden Lexington Sunday to see Mrs Ilasel dens brother wao has joined tie army there Mr John Johnston formerly of this city and a son of T M Johnston has bean given an important position in the second regiment at Lexington- A bouncing baby boy has come to bless the union of ilr and Mrs Chins W Audorsbu There may be happier men than Charley but we doubt it Sundays Courier Journal contained a picture of Miss Annie Loyd Herring of this city hut it did not do justice to this handsome and attractive little lady About forty delegates are here this week attending the district C T U meeting 1 he good ladies of ster are striving to make their vis it enjoyableJudge D Hughes was caned to Hot Springs Ark Wednesday by the serious illness of his brothe T V Hughes The latter has been at the springs for several years lIe has suf fered from rheumatism for some time The Lexington The Lancaster boys have been enjoying the evenings socially at the residence of the Misses Embry who haye some pretty Lancaster girls visiting them and who arc themselves from Garrard II T Logan Esq went over on the excursion to Lexington Sunday and remained there several days It was not the soldiers that kept Logan in the blue grass capital but a mighty pretty young lady that occupied his attention Herbert Kinnaird and Kirk Kerby have returned from Lexington where they went to enlist and tight for their country Kirk failed to pass on ac count of a bad eye and Herbert was too young Both arc greatly disap pointed Our office was honored Wednesday afternoon by a call from Mrs Beau champ the noted temperance worker Mrs lleauchamp is an excellent lady and deserves great credit for the un tiring work she does for the nobe cause she r presents A Lexington paper says One of the best lilted young officers at the camp is the regimental adjutant Lieu tenant Win II Collie son of Adjutant General Collier He is a fine specimen of young manhood tall straight as an arrow and athletic lIe should make an ideal soldier Mr Jacob Joseph returned Sunday from New York to which place he had been called by the illness of his father The latter is much improved On his return Mr Joseph stopped cif a few days in Washington and took in the sights about the c tpital He says one hears nothing but war talk up there It is quite the thing with Lancaster girls to read the war news Several are better posted on the situation than most men and can tell the strength of most all the ships in both navies This certainly speaks well for the dear creatures It is so much more sensi ble than reading lovesick stories or the trash published in the of today Gen D R Collier was at home sev eral days this week and returned to Lexington The general has had lots of work on hand since the war began Some of his friends are urging his as a brigadier general but he is not bothering about it lIe would make a good one and his Lancaster friends hope the president will make the appointment The marriage of Rev Henry Faulco ner and Miss Margaret Mason will take place at the Presbyterian church in this city Wednesday evening June Sth at nine oclock The ceremony will be performed by Dr J L McKee and there will be a number of attend ants friends of both the contraeting parties We arc requested to state that every friend and acquaintance in Boyle and Garrard counties is invited to be present no formal baing sent out in these coun ties it being understood that all friends and relatives of both parties are invited and expected to be present All the plans of the wedding have not been completed and it is impossible to give the particulars present went t I I I V Lan- C Argonautsays avera e appointment especially magazine invitations PlantersI CUBAN OIL cures Burns Bruises RheuCuts niatism and Sores Price 25 cente Market Quotation Corrected weekly by II B North cott Eggs j 7c Chickens Springers 150 to 250 doz liens 5to5 c Young Roosters 2c Old Roosters 2c Turkeys 4to5o Old Gobblers 1ft Ducks 5c Geese 250 to 300 per doz Hides Green 5J Butter 10c Feathers fine white gec e gray 25to27c Duck feathers Rags 1 15 per hundred Iron to 15c Bones 2Ct25c Calves veal 2 0 to 550 to Gc SOC 20 to 24c to SIC 8 f heLd to per and wife should know about the pre paration that for half a century has been helping expectant mothers bring little ones into the world without danger and the hundred and one VERY 8RIDE discomforts and distractions incident to childbirth It is applied externally which is the only way to get relief Medicines taken internally i will not help and may ol result in harm Mothers Friendfi- tsand prepares every organ muscle and part of the body for the critical hour It robs childbirth of its tortures and pains Babys coming is made quick and easy Its action is doubly bene V ficial if used during the whole period of pregnancy 1 per bottle at all drug stores or sent by mail on receipt of price BOOKS FREE containing valuable to all women will be sent to any address upon application by The Bradfiefd ReguSator Co Atlanta Ga THE SOLDIER BOYS lEave Iteeii examined ami are AVuIlinir Orders to Move Lexington Ky May 17 98 DEAR RKCOISD Since last report things have been moving along in camp at an easy pace and the boys have about become accustomed to camp life and have concluded that the life of a soldier is not so bad after all While it has grown a little monoti nous staying here with no uniforms or guns yet we know that Capt Duncan is doing his best for us and know that when he does his part that we should do ours so there is no kicking done by the boys Of course there is bound to be some who would kick on anything but this class of cattle soon spotted and no attention is paid to their wails When you hear a kick on what he gets you can safe ly set i ndown that he has been used to doing without at home It is mighty easy to tell what a fellow has been use to at home The boys were glad to see many from home Sunday At this writing we have not Leen mustered in but expect to be this af ternoonAn of Lt Farrasdied Monday and the latter was excused from camp to atteni the funeral The first regiment is a well equipped body but the rain will spoil the of those dudes before they march far into Cuba We still drill and are learning dif manuevers fairly welL Having received no guns yet we only drill in the foot movements- A hard fight is being made to get Uncle Stm to furnish the new pattern rifle to our regiment Ii is hoped that the eftjrt will prove successful Nothing of importance has in camp worthy of note except the medical examination All but four o our men stood the examination Two others went home making a shortage of six men This is considered a fine showing and speks well for our com panyIn reply to the oft asked questions When will you go south What will you have to case you are ordered away I will smply say that we do not know This same answer cia ba given to most any other question ask ed It is impossible to learn what we are going to do though all sorts of are started but never material ize We only know that are hr While R me of tlrestallfed kick on the grub yet it is far better than re ports have it A man wil not starve here A soldier must unIte up his mind to fare hard and beside when looked at in the proper light we did not come here on a picnie outing Those kicking for something to eat ought to leave the army and join a Sunday school pcnic A soldier cant expect Co get canarybird food S M Geary Pearson Mich writes DeMtts Witch Hazel Salve is curing more piles here today than all oth er remedies combined It cures eczma and all other skin diseases Stormes Drug Store 1m Remarkable Offer of Music To introduce our new monthly American Popular Music we make the following liberal offer Send us the names of three or more per formers on the piano or organ and cents in money or postage will mail you sixteen pages of the lat est popular songs two steps etc full sheet music arranged for piano or or gan and American Popular Music for thacc months Address Popular Music Co Indianapolis Ind Prices Lower than Ever Tailor made suits at 1250 to 30 Satisfaction or no pay You have paid 12 for readymade suits that were not as good as Wanamaker and Browns suits at S3 and their suits at J5J and 1150 are equal to other 815 suits be ing allwool and beautiful in design and finish The suits at 1353 and 15 usually sell for SIS and 20 and their suit is the same of quality such suits usually seLing for 3 A com parison of will prove that you save some dollars by giving me your order M D Agent I Patiently we i fellow people complexion f rent transpired doin rumors we publication fifteen andwe 2 1 information rl56l FARM AND STOCK NOTES 5000 bushels corn wanted Iwill give one dollar mid seventy five cents per barrel for 1000 of corn lelivered at the 1il Distillery Jno W Miller Mgr For sale 0 Duroc Jersey pigs W J Romans An important fact to bear in mind that after you have bred the mare she should bi kept quiet for a day or two It is not good policy to feed mares in foal rye in any form Wool is bringing twenty cents in the Winchester market Dont forget to keep a lump of rock salt handy for your colts To raise high priced colts you must breed to high priced stallions Tile scrub must go Go through your flock occasionally and weed out the poor ones Not all sheep raised are fit for breeders- A horseflesh banquetwas lately held in Wales at which eighty men were invited but only seven attended Lack of enterprise in has much to do with the poverty of Spain and Mexico Their highest is a donkey or a mule A good horse can travel 403 yards in 4 12 minutes at a walk 400 yards id 1 minutes in a trot and 400 yards in one minute in a gallop Mrs Calvin Woolford of Hart is said to bj one of the most hog raisers in the State and now has on hand 4000 pigs Greeas bur Record The Richmond Register says The J W Zaring Grain and Mill Co of this city has bought four growing crops of wheat in this county at SI and one at 93c They expect to buy several other crops in the next few days- II C Allen of Georgetown recent ly sold to Mr John II Aylor of Gun powder Ky a pair of fancy Polled Angus calves for 200 The bull Dewey bing a little over five months old My son was afllicted with which contracted his right limb until he was unable to walk After using one and a half bottles of Cham berlain3 Pain Balm he was able to be about again I can heartily it to persons suffering from rheumatism John Snider Freed Cal houn Co W Va For sale by R E McRoberts 1m It is maintained by some that but ter well nude salted and packed du ring the hot mouths when it is cheap in vessels impervious to the air and then buied in tic soil or where it can rem tin at an even temperature will turn out as good six months thereafter as when fresh made The burial must b3 beneath the reach of summer heat Pans of eh ircoal set o i the shelves ledges or floor of a damp cellar which cannot be thoroughly ventilated will the air pure and sweet If a large basketful of the charcoal be placed in such a cellar where milk is kept there will be little danger of its becoming tainted The Winchester Democrat says Bock R lilsback shipped a car load of hogs which cost 4 or less They hage bought some in the last day or two paying as high as 3 34 cts It is thought they will te worth 4 cents in a short while The hen is simply an egg machine and if in proper condition fed the right kind of food water light and warmth supplied she must either lay or die and most of them prefer to lay The long drouth that prevailel in this country last fall seems to have killed much of the blegrass The pastures are filled with a small weed the grass having died News PHAETONS Buggies Us an ROAD WAGONS 0 MoO O barrels grimage I stockraising ambition successful Admiral rheumatism recommend nuke 3 outAnderson county t We have on our floor two car loads of the finest and most com plete line of PHAETONS HO AD WACO ITS ever shown in Lancaster Our prices are lower than can be found anywhere Our guarantee is bet ter We can save you from on any vehicle you buy We also have a complete line of Harness we are offering low Come and see us No trouble to show goods f J ROmS Gamme Co LANCASTER KY BUGGIES SURRIES and 5 exceedingly to25OO S C P Jones Milesburg Pa writes I have used DeWitts Little Early Rises ever since they were introduced here and must say I have never usei any pills in my family during forty years of house keeping that gave such satisfactory results as a laxative or cathartic Stormes Drug Store Irn The wheat crop ia Boyle county never promised a finer yield D N Prewitt bought of Took Hubble 27 hog3 at 3 35 and 50 each from A J Rice and E W Lee at the same price also twenty from John White at three cants Danville Advocate It is a singular fact that no pacer has a record of 200 Every fraction of time from 2D3 34 up has been pre empted save only 205 In 1S91 Direct paced a mile against time at in 200 which was the worlds record at that time But his record stood at that point but the single year he reducing it to 205 12 at Nashville in 1892 A horse cm generally be cured of kicking in harness by an arrangement that takes up one of his fore feet whenever he kicks nave a slender but strong rope passing from the driv ers seat through a ring strongly at tached to the girth and fastened to a strap buckled around the fore ankle Whenever the animal begins to kick tile driver can haul in on the rope and jerk up the fore foot to which it is tied A few surprises of this sort will almot any kicker that kicking dont pay A horse trained to walk fast he intended for the saddle single harness or team ought always to bring a better price than one that is a slow walker though equally good in other respects Oae Minute is not long yet relief is obtained in half that time by the use of One Minuto Cough Cure It pre vents consumption and quickly cures colds croup bronchitis pneumonia la grippe and all throat and lung troubles Stormes Drug Store 1m Horse meat was served at the annu al banquet of the Kansas City Veteri nary College according to a dispatch from that city Though the spread was elaborate not a morsel of meat other than the flesh of the horse was served From soup to roast it was all horse The students and faculty the college who gatherel around the boarJ made merry and insisted that it was appetizing- An exchange says We do not he itate to grow celery for our own use now Formerly we were unable to keep it an 1 it was for the most part wasted but last winter we kept a con siderable quantity in by the very simple device of wrapping the bunches in brown paper and set ting them close together in a wide on the tloor of the cellar Try tile plan friends and we think you will never spend a winter without the healthful luxury thereafter The Indiana Farmer says If you intend to bree I sheep for mutton se lect such breeds as grow rapidly and mature quickly Keep your lambs growing vigorous ahd strong and dont let them lose a day up to the time they go to market Never take a half fattened sheep to market it is this kind of mutton that makes the American people dislike it so Sheep if kept in the pink of condition from the time of birth until they are the best and most wholesome eating Independence convince whether of goolcondition trenchmade slaughteredmake II F Hillenmeyer of Lexington says that in 1843 there were three sweeping frosts in May just one week between each but the one on the 15th swept off wheat corn and all fruits and tender growth In 185D the frost on May 1 injured fruit but not grain In 1S02 the May frost killed all small grain and everything tender In 1881 while it was not a May frost things were in growth just as now The wheat blackened considerably many farmers plowed it down and planted corn but those that had faith made fair crops The year will be remem bered by its visitation of the army worms which was especially destruc tive in Fayette county and Bourbon TEA cures Dyspep l v tiia Constipation and Regulates the Liver Price 25 cts The following are laws laid down by the United States Government for the protection of newspapers If subscribers order the discontinu ance of their periodicals the publisher may continue to send them until all arrearages are paid If the subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals out of the to which they are directed they are held responsible until they settle their bills and order them discontin ued Plant Indigestion Newspaer Laws office If subscribers move to other places without informing the publisher and the papers are sent to the former di rection they are held responsible The courts have decided that to take periodicals from the office or removing and leaving them uncalled for is prima facia evidence of inten tional fraud Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it whether he has it or not is held by law a subscriber If subscribers pay in advance they are bound to give notice to the pub lisher at the end of their time if they do not wish to continue taking it otherwise the publisher is authorized to send it on and the subscriber will be responsible of all arrears is sent the publisherPublishers of newspapers can under the law arrest any man for fraud who takes a paper and refuses to pay for if Under this law it is a dangerous trick for a man to allow his subscription account to run on from six months to a year and a half unpaid and then tell the postmaster to mark it refused or send to the editora postal card to dis continue the paper ordered refusing rt 7 rnr TP JlJLi I also to the front with a strictly UPTODATE line of Dry Goods Clothing SHOES HATS ETC Call and look at our We take pleasure in showing you Terms Cash Respectfully While The BraVB Boys Fight lIE IBER I T JlIJt OF ASH GOODS J W SWEENEY LE hIs r41NE For the speedy and permanent cure of vithont an equal It relieves the itch ng and smarting almost instantly and use effects a permanent cure It also cures itch barbers itch scalil head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands chronic sore eyes and granulated lids forhorsesand vermifuge Price Soldby R E McRoberts Druggist Lancaster One fare for round trip to Lexington account the League Amercan Wheel men Meeting June 20th and 21st from all points in Kentucky Queen fc Cres cent Route Good to June 22ad to Bicycles Handled Free 3 I have purchased the jj Walker stable prepared to furnish the I Very Best Rigs the shortest notice f11 Special attention 3 Commercial Travelers I RICE BENGE SPEB1GFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY j EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO i OF NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton igtsj Office over Post Office LANCASTBR KENTUCKY Skin Diseases i Chamberlains it eon cents return a Jt 3 e NEW LIVERY I andam ion given a tri FiRE 1I LIFl NSJRANCEI II i i Queen Crescent Route PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 609 Number Daily except Sunday Number4 Daily Flag SMS am Number dont stop p m SOUTH BOUND Number 1 dont stop 1112 am Number 5 Daily except Sunday 11 10 a m Number 9 Daily except Sunday 755 p m Number Midnight flag R KINNAIROS Insurance Agency Representing Over SSTOOOOOO In the following Fire Insurance Companies Etna of Hartford Queen or America National of Uartfort Phenix of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford North British and Merchantile German American of New York Lirerpool and London and Globe- I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance J HOOD SURGEONDENTISTLANCASTER KY Office over J C Thompsons Jewelry store on Danville street KNIGHTS OF PVTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall All Knights are fraternally invi ted G B SWINEBROAD CC J E ROBINSON K R S CAPT T W BOTTOM Auctioneer of Perryyille Will be on the street every County Court and solicits the sales County Will make it to your inter est to see me beforeseeing any other auctioneer a m 1 13 p m 1 17 11 42 p m COMPANY T th I t visiting NOTICE TO CJKKDITOBS All persoi Knowing themselves Indebted to the estate of the late Dr W S will please call and settle with L F Hubble itcd greatly oblige me M Y ONEAL Administratrix REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER KY AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS MAY 5 1898 RESOURCES Loans and discounts f25S7Ti9 OS Overdrafts and unsecured 2011 S londs to secure circulation OIXW 00 Stocks securities etc ISOO 00 11000 00 Other real estate and mortgages own ed 113G099 Due from National Banks not Ke serve Agents 45 Due from State Hanks and bunkers Due from approved reserve agents 3V Checks and other cash items 9 f0 Notes of other National Ranks 00 Fractional paper enrrencyniekelscts ICG U5 Specie 159S 50 Legaltender notes 1S43S 50 Redemption Fund with LT S Trent urer 5 of circulation 2250 00 Total S9E W LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 40000 00 Undivided profits less expenses tOld taxes lAtt RI State Hank notes outstanding 41300 00 Due to other National Banks Due to State Banks and bunker nil to Individual deposits snbjeet to check 10S1G9 W Certified SOtO Total STATEOF KENTUCKY COUNTY orGAKBAitDss I WM II Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge awl belief WM II Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16 day of May ISJS IS KIXNAIRI Notary Public Commission expires January huh 1UO CORUECT Attest AtEc R DENNY j JNO K STORMES Directors- A C ROBINSON REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank O enl AIr 25 3t OFTUE secure 29s 7S Jf 00 ooo 00 ro KI liD KI AlIm I J Os ThE n iO- U furnitureatid fixtures 550 at 2i e43 74 kBjpD OF LANCASTER KY AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS MAY 5 1898 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 114906 50 Overdmfti secured and unsecured l30tf 5S U S Bonds to secure circulation 2TOOO 00 Premiums on Bonds 2000 00 Stocks securities etc lfiOO 00 Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 8500 00 Other real estate and mortgages owned 1 Due from National Banks not Re reseve Agents 574 29 Due from State Hunks and Bankers 16 24 Due from approved reserve agents 12180 Checks mid other 2 CO Fractional paper currency nickles and cents ICC 01 9077 50 Legaltender notes 1821 00 10301 HO fnnd with U S 5 per cent of circulation 1125 00 TOTAL sjrvvi s LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Undivided profits less expenses and 2992 9C National hUlk notes outstanding 22 HO 00 Due Banks 41G OS Due to State thanks and bankers 45s 10 Individual deposits subject to check 701522 Tax Fund M 4J TOTAL 2l25it JD STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GAUUAKD ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to best of my knowledge and belief B F HUDSON Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14 day of May 1S93 S C DENNY Notary Public CORRECT Attest LEWIS Y LEAVELL T M ARNOLD Directors- J MIIIGOINBOTHAM you Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THC I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R HI AM SCCUMS The Maximum of Safety rrfSl f The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time and all other informatics vria be cheerfully famished by r jjifo C P ATMORC 9 H U S 57 100000 00 15000 0 taxes to other foG If Ail Going w oCII r S 00 Treasurer I a s Ocby r4cevILL 5 w k V q r Q e f t s i f f1 NEWS PICK UPS I 17I TATE SUPPLIES DELAYED They Were Ordered From the War De paruiKnt In I tie Time by Bradley Hut Have Not Arrived FKASKFOHT Ky Nay 1 Gov Brad ley received a telegram from the war that his requisition made in detail for the equipment of the Kentucky state guard had been tilled and shipment of blankets etc had leen tent from Philadelphia on May G via fast freight To Lexington The equipments have nut arrived and loud complaint is now being made by the soldiers who are suffering discern fiture for lack of equipments Gen Collier held a conference with Gov in regard to the matter The governor said 1 have used all diligence to secure the equipments and made the order at the first possible moment They should have been in Lexington before the soldiers were encamped The de lay is occasioned probably by the great rush of similar orders The shipnibnt has been slow but is not the fault of this end of the line It is known here that the date set for the movement of the first regiment of Kentucky volunteers from Lexington to the south en route to Cuba will be Friday May 20 Mr Toe Simcox formerly of Lexing ton late stenographer to the governor and at present a secretary of the state board equalization has been select ed for adjutant of tha Third regiment IumlH for Kquipln Troop LOUISVILLE Ky May IS The board 10000 or 615000 necessary to properly equip the Kentucky troops The if accepted by the authorities at Frankfort will place the city in the position of advancing the money to the state There is no authority for tak ing the money out of the city treasury without an net of the legislature The money will be returned by the state as soon as possible This action pro vides a means of sending the Kentucky troops to the front fully equipped iIlrtmcn 1 ta ting radley pledgingprop- OSitiOn Hills Incorrectly Enrolled Ky May i Accord ing to the clerks in the office of the of state a large number of bills passed by the late legislature have been incorrect ly enrolled and all kinds of complica tions are predicted as a result In one instance where the original bill to amend section 43 of an act the enrolled bill makes it amend see tion 1 Another in its title gives the year SOS instead of 1SOS Gov Bradley vetoed several measures because of similar defects Lut i appears that many became laws cither with or his signature Supplies Shipped Jrom J f7VrsonvIle LOUISVILLE Ky May 10 The rapid moving of the troops caused immense suj plies to be shipped Sunday from the government depot at Jcffcrson viile Early in tile day orders were received for several hundred escort wagons to be sent to San Francisco from there to the Philippines With the wagons went large quautities of miscellaneous supplies Five thousand blouses shirts etc hundreds of mess pans pickaxes and camp utensils were sent to Chickamauga and Tampa to go from there to Cuba oodIty to the Lesion LOUISVIILI Ky May 1 The Lou isville legion 1200 strong left for Lexington at 1 oclock Friday The order was issued by Col Castlcman for the troops to assemble at tIle arm ory at that hour The regiment was about CO per cent equipped The day was in the nature of a holiday The public schools was closed and tile peo ple turned out to say goodby to the bovs 5erctar purported without FRANK FOlT Kentucky to- go Ordered to NaKhvilli PINEVILIE Ky Nay 15 In 1S90 Dr J I Smith of this city passed the examination at West for a position in the standing army as surgeon At that time there were no vacancies and Dr Smiths name was placed on file lie more from it until when he re ceived a telegram ordering him to re port at Nashville Toxin at once Dr Smith left for Nashville Thursday KiiIiMuieiils lroni Henry County EMINENCE Ky May 14 Ten of Eminence and Newcastles bravest men left Thursday afternoon for Lex ington where they enlisted in the arnry They are George Dutton J C llighfield Ashley Kelly Harry Gaines Albert Bootie Tom Lacy Charles Ed Ellegood Carly Mahoney and Lawrence Mathews A large crowd was in town to se them off There is great enthusiasm Henry WattpntauM Ion LEXINGTON Ky May 17 Col Castle man has received the following from Editor Henry My Dear Sir 1 wish to say for my son Harvey Wattcrson a minor en listed as a private soldier in the First Kentucky regiment that he did so with the full knowledge and approval of Mrs Watterson and myself Sincerely hENRy WATTEKSON Col Gait hcrs Staff Coiiiplet LEXINGTON Ivy May 14 Col Gaith ors stair is now complete and will be mustered in on Saturday as will the several companies Edgar L Drown of Cincinnati who is to be sergeant major to CoL Gaither arrived Friday night Arthur W Sharpley of also arrived Friday night to serve as adjutant to one of the battalion majors on Col Smiths staff In an in terview Friday night Col Gaither stated that the election of lieutenant to the Paris company has been set aside and that will fill the vacancy by appointment This in sores Alexander the place Died of LcckjiirS- HELUVVILLE DEPOT Ky May 12 Byland the sevenyearold son of Dr 1L D Pratt a prominent of this place died Wednesday morning of lockjaw playing he ran a nail dread disease manifested itself and despite all medical fa tally Kentucky Sons of Veterans LOUISVIMK Ky The Sons of Veterans of Kentucky are in session here and arc transacting business be hind closed doors with great secrecy Sl1ccs heardnothing 1 paidtoskillresulted May iii Martin Frankfort FKAXKFOKT Ky May is The court of appeals Tuesday reversed the lower court in the case of Amos Iliggs of Maysville against the commonwealth Itiggs was sentenced by the circuit court of Mason to hang for murder Iligirs is a noted criminal and to the killing for which he ws on in the present instance The reversal sends the case back for a new trial About a year ago lliggs killed Wm II Boy and a son of oydthe latter being Uiggs soninlaw The opinion is Judge llazelrigg and the reversal is granted on the ground that evidence was admitted in the trial below which was incompetent timid prejudical to the substantial rights of IZiggs In the ease of Thos Haydcn of Ohio county the death penalty was affirm ed He killed his mislrss nmciit- OVKXSHono Ky May IS M V Monarch has made a general ersonal assignment for the benefit of his to John A Lyddane who the trust The Mash Distill ing of the Monarch corpora tions also made a general assignment to the Columbia Finance and Trust Co ofLouisville which was accepted No schedule of assets or liabilities in either case The Sour Mash Co was incor poratcd in ISSO and is capitalized 5150000 The M V Monarch Co assigned June o 1SI 7 and affairs have since been in litigation Until recently M V Monarch and his friends hoped he could save himself and his other corporate interests j cinuu j Dentists Meet Lotus viMi K3 May IS The twen tjeighth annual n5ecting of the Ken tucky State Dental association began Tuesday afternoon at the Louisville College of Dentistry The session Tuesday which was organized at 210 oclock was given up to the reports of the executive committee and the state board of examiners after which president Dr John C Blair math his report and delivered the annual address a New Trial county is said to have killed several men by U Immrch accepted onr Cone Distilling it ttiiio RIC SecUrci priorI The creditors I Must Give Them Uj- FRAXKFOKT K3t May IS Capt Kersey of the Frankfort company 2nd regiment came down from Lexington Tuesday in search of several of his soldiers who left Lexington after rejected by the surgeons and took their uniforms and guns with them Capt Kersey served notice on them Tuesday afternoon that the guns and uniforms must be returned b3 Wed nesday morning or they wouLl be 1iny Deny It C ir COIIIKI LIXIXGTON Ky May 18 The uhlishcd report that a of dissatisfaction exists among the of ficers of the Third regiment and that there is likelihood of these otlicers is roundly denounced them as absolutely false Col Smith and his staff feel that they have been done an injustice b3 the publication of these reports and deny that any disruption anywhere Chance Civilian LOUISVIIIK Ky Mi3 IS Lieut W R Johnson United States navy received aJ vices from Washington that in a Jew da3s the government will provide examinations fi r men desiring to go into the army as second lieuten become lieutenants in the army The salary is from 114 per month up Colored Man A lmitti l LKXIXOTOX Ky May IS liev Rrch art Adams colored has registered kick He claims that when he visited Camp Ccrtlier he was admitted antI treated but that when ha asked for admission to Camp Bradley sentinels words were M3r orders are to admit no colored man by exists- A for opportunity quarter being arrested resigning Monday courteously Drank Cinnamon WEST LIIIKKTV Iv3 May IS Jack son Peyton and Stephen Jones were killed Monday b3 drinking cinnamon It is said they drank several bottles of the stuff and were soon after seized with convulsions Medical aid was summoned and everything possible was done to save their lives but both died in a few hours Dewey Day at Lexington LEXINGTON K3 May 17 The cham ber of commerce at its meeting night arranged for a celebration of the victory of Adm Dawcy on next on which date excursions will run from all points in central Kentucky There will be a mammoth parade of soldiers secret and public societies Condemned Man Respited FIIAXKFOIST Ivy May 18 GovBrad 103 has respited William Tutt who was to have been hanged at Mayfield May 20 The respite is for JO lays claimed that new evidence in his favor has been discovered since his the governor will investigate this Kentucky 1ostniustera WASHINGTON May following postmasters for Kentucky were com missioned Tuesday Lmecreek Pu laski county Columbus Randolph vice P Bullock resigned Magan Ohio county J 11 Roach vice J IL Ralph resumed I I trialand 18The i Tuesday sat- urday Its Third 1enusylvania at Cluckuniauga CHATTANOOGA Tenn May IS The Third Pennsylvania volunteer infan try C3G officers and men under corn mand of Col Robt Ross arrived after noon Tuesday and was taken on to time short time later Nearly eight thousand men are now in the park Spain Appeals for Help NKW YoitK May Pads cable dispatch to the Evening Journal de fering in return for such assistance to surrender to the powers named all tho DR MAVKOCENIS 100 years pf age is the last survivor of the men who fought in Greek war of Independ ence He lives with a sister ten years older than himself THE son of the Zanzibarwho inEngland will remain in thatcountry for time and when hereturns home will try to introduce deas English civilization amonghis countrymen shortly parka 18A helpfrom exceptingManila th sultanof some thof i UC v iui itd3itttiii T EXISOTOV Ky 1C The Seep vi regiment divided up into battal ions will be as follows First batal ion fiiaj J Kmbry Allen Lexington Lob anon Winchester and Paris com panic Carroll Powers adjutant See end battalion Maj William C Owci Georgetown Cynthiana New port and William iburg companies lloward Gaines adjutant Third bat talion Maj E S Ifcl burn Middles Tjorough Covington Lancaster and Frankfort James Johnston adjutant It is not i ossiblc to give the letter of the companies at this time since they will be lettered according to their rank mind with the exception of the first two or three can not be placed However there is much disapproval being ex pressed b3 the men of the plan to change the letter of the companies It is argued that each company has one or more flags the lettering on which will have to be changed Company E Lexington has just been presented Hag costing 550 1 3 tIme young women at Jessamine female institute which would be worthless if the initial letter were changed to D as the rank Commander Todd a Kuutucklan FJANKFOIT Ky May 14 Com mander Chapman C Todd of the ranking officer in the fleet which attacked Cardenas is a Kentucky product having been born and reared in this city lie is a brother of exMayor George D Todd of Louisville lie received his early education in the city schools here and as a schoolboy became fatuous locally as a left handed slugger It is said that he never allowed himself to be whipped in school scrimmages and since grown up to manhood he has lost none of his courage Ills wife is now living with her brother Dr Samuel James of this city Commander Todds relatives are naturally very much distressed over time ending of the Lardenas attack Capt Michael U Bauer Dropped Dead LOUISVIIIK Iv3 May Michael G Bauer secret service agent for Kentucky dropped dead in front of the custom house Monday Several days ago Capt had a hemor rhage of the lungs but Monday morn ing waa as well as ever When near the entrance to thj government build ing he fell blood issuing from his nos trils and mouth DLath soon followed Cant Bauer was about 57 years of r Nay fjt lents Wilmington unfortunate day 17Capt lau r age riulircS and one of the most noted secret serv ice men in time county being mainly instrumental in running Miles Ogle and the famous Brokway gang of coun terfeiters to earth mutiny years ago He had been in the secret service for 20 though not continuously iiiiciit to lie 1reseiitcd AVith a 1ias- IowiiNG GIIKKX Ky May 1C The people from all the cities of southern Kentucky that are represented with a company of soldiers in the Third Kcn lucky regiment now encamped at are raising money to present the regiment with a line regiments flag before it is sent away Each city will contribute its pro rala rind mo t have already raised the money The hag will cot 5JO anti a committee from each city represented will ba ap pointed to go to Lexington and make the presentation LOUISVILLE Ky May 17 Judge Touey dismissed time suit of Council man Charles Cimiotti against the Falls City Billposting Co for 55000 damages The company used yellow posters and large type giving the names and amounts of debtors Cimiotti was one of the unfortunates Time court de aided that it did not constitute a libel A similar suit of Emma M liartin an against the American CreditRating Co was also dismissed Granted Three Days Furlough LEXINGTON Ky May 1C Mustering Dflicer Ballance has granted a three days furlough to all volunteers mus tered in in order that they may go home again if they so desire before be ing ordered to move south His Hrains Out IADLCAH Kv May 14 John Bn rliiril Lexington a L JUt cars Not lid hanan a prominent young farmer of Hharpe Marshall county ten miles from the city committed suicide Fri flay blowing his brains out with a shotgun No cause is assigned They Dili Not LAWKKNCKIIUKG Ky May report spread that Dr C D Purdue and James C Gudgel engaged in an alter cation lately them an injustice They had no fight Both are highly respected citizens New Master Commissioner IIorKiNsviLiE Ky May 10 Circuit Judge Cook has appointed Frank Rives a prominent young attornc3 master commissioner of Christian county vice Judge T J Morrow de ceased Disemboweled by a Musket Discharge EIKTON Ky May 12 While a rail fence with an old musket the son of Shennock Harris was dis embowlcd by the discharge of the weapon Another Kentuckian Honored WASHINGTON May 14 The president lies sent to the senate the name of Gordon Vorhecs of Kentucky to asistant adjutant general with the rank of captain Iostmaster at Mlddlcsboro Ky WASHINGTON May 17 The senate Monday afternoon confirmed the nom ination of L V Colson to be post master at Middlesboro Ky 17A climbing bean light New Kentucky Post Office WASHINGTON May 14 A post office has been at Shelly couut3 and John R Conklin postmaster SPANISHAMERICAN WAR First One Ever Fought in the Cause of Mercy and Humanity Wlicn Engaged in a Noble Sils sioii Talmages Sermon pertinent to the exciting times through which we arc now passing is this Sermon of Dr Talmage in which he proposes to cheer the people who arc saddened by the horrors of war Text Psalm xxvii 3 Though war should rise against me in this will 1 be confident The ring of battle axes and the shields and the tramp of armies are heard all up and down the Old Testament and you thud gcdly sol Grayson appointed NaUtili Most clashof iiUii AOU final 1uuiiu antCaTch nUll Gideon and scoundrelly tad diers liko ntser antI The hifrh priest wouM taiid at time luad of the army and say IKar O Israel ye approach this day unto battle against your enemies let not your hearts faint fear not and do not tremble neither be ye because of them and then time otlicers would give the command to the troops saying What man is there that hath built a new house and hath not dedi cated it Let him go and return to his houso he die in battle and an other man dedicate it And what man is he that hath planted vineyard and hath not eaten of it Let him also go antI return unto his IIOUM lest he die in tlu battle anti another man cat of it And what man is there that hath betrothed wife amid hath not taken her and return unto his ousc lest he die in the hattie and another man take her Great armies marched and fought In time of Noses and Joshua all time men were soldiers When Israel came out of they were 000000 fighting men Abijah commanded 100000 Jeroboam commanded 800000 men of whom OSIO 000 were slain in one battle Some of these wars God approved for they wcij for the rescue of oppressed na tions and some of them He denounc ed but in all cases it was a judgment upon both victor and vanquished David knew just what war was when he wrote in time text Though war should rise against me in this will I be confident David is encouraging himself in storim and before approaching battles idniinistcrs to time con solatory today my theme is time Alleviations of War War is organ ized atrocity It is time science of It is the convocation of all horrors It is butchery wholesale It is murder glorified It is death on a throne of human skeletons It is the coilin in ascendancy It is diabolism at a game of skulls Rut war is here and it is now to preach on its al leviationsFirst find an alleviation in the fact that it has consolidated the north and south after longcontinued strain ed relations It is years since our civil war closed and time are all gone and the severities have bosn hushed lInt ever and naomi in oration in sermon in newspaper editorial in magazine article on political stump and in conoTCAsional hall the lZ hand teni HUll nest 1t hill goo rpt tim s o assassination tim viol uces old Stn mumcLei Sliti ama etuicimtd tic zzar see tional uiilerenee has lifted its head anti for the first time within 1113 meinory or the memory of any one who hears or reads these words time north and the south are one Iy a marvel ous providence the family that led in opposition to our government M years ago is represented at time front in this present war Nothing else could have done the work of unifieaton stud denly or so completely as this conflict At Tampa at Chattanooga at Rich mond and in many other places time regiments arc forming and it will by side Massachusetts aral Ala New York and Georgia Illinois and Louisiana Maine and Car olina northern tumid southern men iiI together unlimber the jruns and rush upon time fortifications and charge upon time enemy and shout the tri umph The voices of military officers who were under Sidney Johnston and Joseph Hooker will give the command on the same side The old sectional grudges forever dead The name of Grant on the northern side and of Lee on the southern side will be exchanged for the names of Grant and Lee on the same side The veterans in northern and southern homes and asylums are stretching their rheu matic limbs to see whether they can keep step in a march and are testing their eyesight to find whether they can again look along the gun barrel tosuccessully take aim and fire Time old war cry of On to llichmond and On to Washington has become the war cry of On to Ha On to Porto KicoM On to the Philippine islands The two old rusty swords that in other days clashed at Murfreesboro and South Mountain and Atlanta are now lifted to strike down Hispanic ambominations s beside luna aain ana south iv Another alleviation of the war the fact that it is time most unselfish war of the ages While the commercial rights of our wronged citizens will be vindicated that is not the chief idea of the war It is the rescue of hundreds of thousands of from starvation maltreatment A friend who went out under time Hag of the Red Cross two years ago to assuage the suffering in Armenia and who has ben on time same mission the same flag in Cuba says that the suffering in Armenia were a comedy and a farce compared to come on and remember by what process their occupants died It is the twentieth century dying out to have been blasted Or will you let me begin unThr new auspices and turn the island of desolation into an island Edenic It is a war inspired which is an attribute in man im itative of the same attribute of God In no other age of time world could such a war have been waged The of kindness needed to bj recog nized throughout Christendom in tIme European nations are not now banded together against us is because they dare not take the part of that be hemoth of cruelty the Spanish against the crusade of mercy is andmultiform under CubaAt passdown by mercy gospel possible which our nation has sturted hail it government been on our part a war of conquest a war of annexation a war of aggran dizement there would have been by this time enough Hying squadrons com ing to this country across time Atlantic to throw into panic every city on our American seaboard Time wars of the Crusaders were onh to regain an empty sepulcher the wars with their 0000000 slaughtered men were projected and carried out to appease the ambition of wars under Julius Caesar of the ISJ 000000 slain in wars with Turk and Saracens of the 59 000000 slain m wars of Xerxes of the 20000000 slain in wars of Justinian and the 32000000 slain in the wars of Genghis Khan not one man was sacrificed by mercy butt in this war every drummer boy or picket or gunner 01 standard bearer or skirmisher or sharpshooter or cavalryman or artil leryman or engineer who falls falls in the cause of mercy and becomes a martyr for God and his country An other alleviation of this war is that it is for the advancement of the Jewish Napoleonic sif lime priieiple of which will yt eifrirdUt time earth Not only will this ar free Cuba but will free Spain ly what right lees a dynrsty 153e that stand and a cnrVupt court dominate a p ole for centuries taxing them to death ridingin gilded chariot over the necks of a beggared popu ation There are 10000 boys in Spain growing up with more capacity to govern that nation than will the weak boy now in time Madrid palace ever possess ISufore this conflict is the Spanish nation will be Mvll on toward the time when a con stitutional convention will assemble to establish a free govern in nt instead f the wornout dynasty that now af filets the people The liberty of all atioits transatlantic as well as cisat lantic if not already establish nl is on time way null it can not be stopped Napoleon III thought he had sue cessfully driven the principle out of France when on time second day of December 1851 he rode down the Champs Elyscs of Paris government seemingly crushed un der time hoofs of his steed 15nt t r constitutional 1borfv finally ov did it stay crushed Let the batteries on time heights above Sedan answer and the shout of 250000 conquering hosts anti time letter of surrender to William tell the story Sire My ISrother Not having been able to die in the midst of ni3 troops it only remains for me to place my sword in your majestys hands 1 am Your your good brother Napoleon Sedan 1 Septi 1STO That mon archy having fallen then the French republic resumed its march Another iftluviation is that the war opens with a great victory for the United States It took our govern meat four years to get over the fiasco at lull Ilui A defeat at the start of this resent war woull have been dis heartening to the last degree anl would have invited foreign to stop tIle war bfore anything practical for Gotl and humanity had been accomplished and would have prolonged time strife for which we rite hoping a quick termination In the most jubilant manner let this of our navy Le celebrated With the story of the exploded battleship fresh in the minds of the world it required no ordinary courage to sail into the with sunken weaponry of death to en ter it was running a risk enough to Emperor her victory Spanishmakc all nations shiver lut Manila Majesty intervention ours and the blow has shaken to the foundation the palaces of Malrid mill for policys sake the doubtful nations are on our side For Commodoro and all who followed him let the whole nation utter its most huzza and more than that let us thank time Lord of hosts for his guiding and protecting power Praise 3e the Lord Let everything that hath breath Another alleviation is the fact that in this war the migfit is on the side of the right Again and again have and justice and suffering human ity had time odds against them It was so when I nhidads Syrian hosts who were in the wrong at Aphcck upon the small of Israel who were in the right the IJible put ting it in one of those graphic for which the book is The children of Israel pitched before them like two little Hocks of kids lInt time Syrians filled time whole country It was so in the awful defeat of the Lords people vt Gilboa and Megiddo It was so recent ly when gallant and glorious Greece was in conflict with gigantic Moham medanism and the navies of Europe hovering about the ISosporus were in practical protection of the Turkish government fivsh from the slaughter of 100000 Armenians It was so when in 1770 the 13 colonies with no war shipping audi a few tindrilled and poor lyclad soldiers were brought into with the mightiest navy of all the earth and an army that commanded the admiration of nations It was so when Poland was crushed It was so when Hungary went under It has been so duringall the struggles for Cuban indepond nee Hut now it is 1 is Dewey resounding praise time Lori liberty cam sentences remarkable contest heretofore OUt regimu mitt against a feeble grou of incom petent ships crawling micros the Atlantic ocean to meet our flotilla which have enough guns to send them as completely under as when the lied sea submerge Pharaohs army It is so in these times when a few thousand Spaniards at most can reach out hemisphere and we go out to meet them with 125000 armed men to be backed up s eedily with 5JO000 more if needed We do not have to ask miracle hut only a fait shot at time ships headed this and time enough to demolish tlum This is one of time crises in the worlds history where might and right are shoulder to shoulder Another alcviation is in the fact that such an atrocity as tim destruc tion of 2GG lives in Havana harbor in time of peace can not with impunity be wrought in this age of time worlds civilization The question as to who did that infernalism is too well settled to need any further discussion Hut what a small it was compared with the systematic putting in to their graves of hundreds of thousands of Cubans or leav ing them unburied for the buz zards to take care of If could destroy 200000 men women and chil dren time slaughter of 205 people was not a very great undertaking But Spain from this hemisphere and the overthrow of that government which will soon drop to nieces if it does not emily form way crime Spain theliberation go down under bombardment of nations There was danger that the longcon tinued oppression of our neighbors in Cuba might be continued from genera Con to generation without sutlicicnt protest on our part and the pronounced execration of people on both sides c the Atlantic but that bursting vol cano of destruction in the harbor of Havana fired the nation and shocked the whole civilized world All nations will learn that such an let can not be repeated without the anathema of ill Christendom As individual crim inals must be punished for the public good and we have for them hangman gallows so governments committing high crimjs against humanity must scourged and hung up for the ing after our commercial interests and intending nothing but quietude was prayer were dashed into the insulted penitentiaries Godand b Spanish onboardl f tar nal worl1 t o doom of tii3 reigning house of Spain was pronounced in tones of thunder which that night rolled out OVIT th sea Another alleviation is the fact thatwe immure a God to go to in bihalf of all titus of our countrymen who may be in especial expcsare at the front for we must admit the perils It is no truIng thing for 100000 3onng moil to be put outside of home and sometimes into evil Many of time brave of the earth are not the goo1 of the earth To be in the samj tout with those who have no regard for Gol or home to hear their holy religion sometimes slurred at to be placed under in lluences calculated to make one reck less to huve no Sabbath except such Sabbaih as in mot encampments amounts to no Sabbath all t go out from homes wheiv alt sanitary laws are observed into surroundings where questions of health are ncrdiscussed to invade duties wheiv pes tilence holds to male long marches under blistering skies to restraints at pc session companionship stand on dock and the licfus under fire at the mercy of shot and shell We must ad limit that those titus exposed need especial and to the Omni present God we have si right to com mend them Postal communication may be interrupted and letters started from camps or homes may not arrive at time right destination but however far away our loved ones max be front us and however wide and deep the seas that separate us we may hold communication with them via the throne of God A shipwrecked sailor was found on a raft near the coast of While in the hospital he told his experience and sail he had a coma panion on the same raft for some time While that companion was lUing of thirst he said to him where rune 3011 going and the dying sailor said I hope 1 am going to God iI I ill ar I fJo ting California ore I do said the rescued sailor will ask Him to send some After the death of his companion tho survivor said the rain came in tor rents aid slaked his thirst and kept him alive until h was taken to safety The survivor always thought it was in answer to the message he had sent to Heaven asking for vater Thank God we have direct anti instantaneous communication with tint Lord mighty through Jesus Christ His on J begotten Son and in that faith we may secure tIme rescue of our imperiled kit dred Is not that a mighty alleviation Until this coiliict is ended let us bo much in prayer for our beloved coun try Do not let us depend upon the friendship of foreign nations Our hope is in God Out of every misfor tune lie has brought this nation to a better moral and financial condition and so let us that lIe will lift us out of fiis valley of trouble unto U higher mountain of blessing It is a mystery that just a this coun try was recovering from a long season of hard times so man3 of our should now be halted that bus ness men who thought they could s o their way to pay their debts and build up more prosperous enterprises naIl endow their homes with more advant ages should have to halt anti wait un til the perfidious oppressors of Culm shall be turned back limit individual and national life is always clothtvl with mysteries and we may make our selves miserable bj stabbing with sharp interrogatni points and plying the c lasting questions of Why How and What and When While we must of course try to be in telligent on all public atTains it is a glorious thing to do our duty and then fully and coiiiduntly trust al in the hands of God who has proved Himself the friend of our country from the time when the Spanish government fitted out an expedition to discover it to this time when Spaniards would likv to destroy it 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