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VSSST'f - a r County Court Monday. trVT A 1VT1""V A DAI TT I AMAACTCn Cushing's lecture tonight Stanford contest, June 17th. The big Cooper shows come by spec ial trains The best two horse wagon on the market at G. S. Gaines. 1 f J. B. Jennings has the largest line ladies slippers in town. AND If you forgot to bring that dollar to 'he Recohd last court day, just bring t next Monday and all will be forgiv en, bee? Circus tomorrow (Friday.) First class trains now. Come in to the big circus tomorrow Double I'rinjr in a dollar for the Rkcokd. We G. print typewriter letter heads" S. Shove Screen Doors, Coolers Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers. ISrown Cultivator. B. Gaines handles " (Friday). The big Cooper shows will exhibit the genuine on Dr. Herring's lot. Summer Lap Dasters Whips, and at II. Fly Nets at Haselden's. To Teachers. Do not forget the dates for examina tions. White teachers must come on The 11:25 morning train makes close Friday and Saturday, May 20 and 21. connection at Stanford for Louisville. Colored teachers will be examined one Wanted, car load of Iron. Bones and he greatest Disc Harrow on the Rags. II. B. Northcott Y G. S. Gaincs( market, at The night train south (12:20) makes A fine line of Harness and Saddlery close connection for Louisville. at Haselden's, at lowest prices. Suggest to the loafer that he enlist Jnion meeting- at Christian church in the armj and he shuts up like a Sunday night- - Sermon by Itcv. clam. 'J Faul-cone- r. Fine Tennessee strawberries Xorthcotts Saturday. l'awpaws Safe. Hughes tells us he has Judge The bloom of the pawpaw tree is taken his summer v: cation, havig spent said to have been killed by the freezes. Xortheott J. A. Beazley & Co. have a large and jnday at Dripping Springs. ut there is now a second crop of the A "Mind Reader" entertained a handsome line of wall paper. Prices bloom which promises to make a good croud at the Court House Friday and to suit the people. W. I. Wllllnms, Col. W.G. Welch. Saturday nights. Between Lancaster and Danville, a crop. Liiucaster. Stanford. rge, black buggy robe. Will pay a War map, CS.21 inches of Cuba, the Good Croud. A large crowd of people expected in for forget to beral reward for its return. World, West Indies, &c, 20c each, if Depot Agent Patterson sold forty- town tomorrow from the surrounding by mail 22c Send for one. J. C. five tickets to Lexington Sunday and WELCS & countrj, it being circus day. Cooper & Co.'s show will arii ,e ear yon to one of T.iompsonJ great many more would have gone ly tomorrow morning by special train p.d When 3011 come to see the elephant the train been advertised a little represents premiums. The above Notice. from Richmond where they exhibiied Friday coiiij in and see J. 1. Jennings sooner. There was a nice crowd abroad. Law, No driving will be allowed in the today. of shoes and gents furnish- nice line but a few toughs crept in, us uaual. one of on exhibition. Cemetery on the afternoon of Decora,nsaSee the best two horse Wagon made. A New Physician. tion Day. This order will be strictly Wagon lACTCASTER, EY. built on springs. Only big show coming this season. enforced. S. B. Hexrv, Supt Dr. L S. Wesley has located in Lan J. R. IlASEI.DEN. The Cooper & Co.'s circus is one of the caster and opened an office at Dr. Look To Your Interest. largest on the road. Tomorrow (FridSupper at IScttls. O'Neal's old stand. Dr. Wesley comes buggies on the mar Best home-imday-) The supper given May 14th, by the ighly recommended as a physician. ket at J. B. Ely's Paint Lick, Ky. Gen- ladies of Bettis neighborhood was He will move his family to Lane istcr ourlon Steam Laundry. eral repairing and horseshoeing a quite a success in every way. There s soon as he can find a house to rent Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the specialty. Give us a trial. was an abundance of fool of all kinds, Hourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your Closing Kxcrclses of G railed School. We are anxious to and a large attendance. The good la- orders at Sweeney's store. tf Prcmiiiiu School will close next week, with ies cleared 2.00. They desire to fc Brown are giving wo public entertainments; one will be Wanamaker CLOSE OUT OUR SHOE STOCK thank all who so willingly contributed Danville Steam Laundry. each customer from SO to So, in the an "Arbor Day" exercise, the other a '1 he Gip.i.s. Smith & Carrey, Agents for Danville price of suits, as the customer saves towards it and will give you The Arbor musical entertainment Steam Laundry. We ship every day. that much and gets a perfect fit. IJlue and Grey. Day exercise will be Wednesday after We send y and deliver M. D. Huoiies, Agent. There will be a meeting of the sold noon at -- ::;u. lhc musical will be Work called Satisfaction guaranteed. iers held in Masonic Hall tomorrow, Thursday afternoon at 2:30. All are Straw berry Supper. y for and delivered. tf 15. S. Gowen. Saturday, afternoon, at two o'clock nvited to attend. The ladies of Pleasant Grove church for the purpose of making final IiHc Sale of Town Lots. Showed Up Well. 1u arc preparing to give a strawberry for decoration day. All old Zeiglers $3. and $3.50 shoes for $2. $2.25 shoes for $1.50 BEAZLEY&BAHGHMAN. The fact that only four of the Lan- I will oa the 2 till day of May offer supper at the school house near the soldiers are earnestly requested to be for sale several nice building lots church. The exact date will be an- present It is the desire of the old cascer boys failed to pass the rigTerms made known on day of sale nounced later. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Clothipg at Half Price. Hen's Boy's anfl ets to secure the services of some id examination at Lexington speaks Sale begins at l(i:30 o'clock. noted speaker for the occasion, and well for the health of our men. Some Grass Hurt. 15. f the other companies had as high as F. Walter. ARTERIAL and CAVITY EMSome farmer, tell us that the grass have the ceremonies as impressive as All the veterans of both weaty men thrown out and had trou U. 15. F., turned is very backward and the crop will possible. The colored lodge of BALMING a SPECIALTY. ble in gett'ng enough to be sworn in. out Sunday afternoon and attended doubtless be short this summer. Oth- sides are expected to take part, as the Reports from all over the country say graves of both the Confederate and not preaching the Methodist hurt Dont Carpets, &c. This lodge at growing rapidly,church. ers say it is the material materializes, ederal dead will be decorated. For that ninety per cent of the men re- AND PRICES VERT REASONABLE. is and is kick until trouble ectel are those addicted to the ciga one of the foremost the colored folks gentlemen. Its hard enough to climb further particulars sec Jim Dillon. rette habit All the bo3's from Lanhave. a hill after we reacii it caster, except Kirby, passed. The sur Death of Mrs. Johnston, The communit was greatly shoe'e- - geon said Will Walker was the finest manhood he had ed Wednesday to learn of the sudden specimen of death of Mrs. Jane Johnston, wife of seen, and passed many compliments on Mr. T. M. Jonston. She had been in him lirly good health for the past few West. See J. If-- Haselden's 2 Double Shov COOPER'S CIRCUS. years and her sudden illness was quite Mr. Tyree II. West died at his home a surprise. Mrs. Johnston belonged to near Pleasant Hill School house, this el Plows. attracted al.arge Aiiillrnce at Lexington. one of the most widely-know- n fami: county, Tuesday last. Mr. West had A Great Show. iis in the county and was beloved by been a resident of Garrard county all Largest line Cultivator's at J. R. all. She was a consistent member of his life and no one stjod higher in the Haselden's. Cooper &. Cc's great Rail Road Show the Christian church and took a prom- - estimation of the pople generally is to exhibit here tomorrow (Friday) Notice. our stock of Hats, Shoes, Clothing and Gent's Furnishings which nent part in every movement for the than did he. He was a member of the look Come and I have new tomato and cabbage The Lexington Argonaut s lys: good Christian Cooper & Co.'s New United Circus embraces the NEWEST and MOST COMPLETE assortment and LOW PEICES ever church and beside of the community. one of the church and was considered plants for sale. Geo. Smith She leaves her husband, five cleverest men in the county. began its engagement of four days in s een Kentucky. Central children. They are W. McC Johnston, He was always ready to help a friend The fishing in DIx river this spring this city last night to crowded tents. Mrs. Belle Burnside, Mrs. Patterson, and a liberal contributor to charitable has been a failure. So say the fisher The show is one of the best on the Miss Nell and John. The funeral will objects. He was blessed with good men, and they wont lie. road. Many new acts and featurei take place.at the Christian church this health' nearly all his life and was in were introduced, which the audience (Thursday) afternoon at four o'clock. 77 years old Funeral services were The city council at Richmond has highly appreciated. Eld. George Gowcn will conduct the held at his late residence Wednesday declared the street railway of that Among the new acts introduced were services and the interment will take afternoon, conducted by Eld. George city a nuisance, and ordered it torn up. "The Tybells" in their wonderful lad Cemetery. Gowen, and the remains interred in der act; the four- has never paid expenses. has not commenced hut our Cannonading against high prices has, and as "seeing is place at the Lancaster the Lancaster Cemetery. brother- - act, gymnasts; Traver-Rich- Sudden Death. "believing" an inspection of our ALL WOOL suits Notice to Taxpayer. ards trio in triple trapese; Frisco-TraSaturday morning, at an early hour, The New Trains. Taxes are now due the City and all er burlesque Chinese ladder act; Mme. Mrs. Marinda Herring, wife of Mr, The much desired train sarvice went to pay same Lulu and her wonderful horso Topsy, Bright Herring, died suddenly at the into effect Sunday. The old day train are respectfully requested soon be ad- and many others. The show made a family residenca on the Danville pike. has been reversed and now comes from at once. The penalty will perfection, he overwhelmingly $5.00, our lot of $7.50 suits French will be to your interest to big hit with the audience and will She had been in apparent good health Richmond in the forenoon, passing ded and it your tax now, doubtless attract large crowds during convincing. With- - Children and faced and satin piped, our $10.00 all day, and ate a hearty supper be Lancaster at 11:25 making close con pay E. M. Walker, JI.CL the week. Admission reduced. Chilfore retiring. During the night Mr. nection at Stanford with the Louis line, our $15.00 and $16.50 suits Boys suits over $2.50 we give a cap, dren under 10 years of age only 15 cts. Herring noticed her peculiar breath' ville and Knoxville trains. This train A Curil. which emhody the quintessence of "belt, hall and hat. Adults 25c. Usual street Parade at ing and went to her bedside. Before comes back from Stanford at 4:35 in Having been called to Hot Springs, 11 o'clock. his mother arrived in the room Mrs. the afternoon. It remains a mixed Arkansas, to see a sick brother, I an Herring had breathed her last No train, but makes much better time Gold Medal Content. nounce to my customers, who have not woman bore a better reputation-loThe first grand gold medal contest than of old. yet purchased, that Mr. E. V. Harris kindness and charity than did Mrs. The passenger trains run at night, will take their measures for a suit, ever held in the state took place at the Herring. She was a true Christian in but furnish excellent means of travel. will be guaranteed. Court House Tuesday evening. These every sense of the word, and by her It passes here at 12:29 going to Louis and satis'actioa contests are under the supervision of during my absence. acts of kindness endeared her ville, putting you in that city at 7:30 many the W. C. T. U., and are divided into M. D. Hughes, Agent self to every one who knew her. In a. m. Going to Cin'ti it passes Lacas several clashes. First comes the silver n his sad bereavement the medal contest, then one for a gold ter at 2:52 a. m., arriving in that city District W. C. T. V. husband has the sympathy of a large about 7:30. On this train yon make medal in each district and now the The district meeting of the Women's grand, or state, contest. We undercircle of friends. After services at the connection at Paris for Lexington both grave, by Elder Gowen, the remains coming and going. These trains are Christian Temperance Union began in stand there is still another called the But our prices shoes have dropped the reach of all. Leathers, Wil were interred in the Lancaster Ceme passengers and carry both this city Wednesday afternoon. The diamond. The one held Tuesday evedistrict is made up of the counties ning was for speakers who had won low Calf, Light colored Tan (the very latest); tcry Sunday afternoon at three o'clock man ana express. can be bought FINE JNow that this great beneut has been composing this congressional district. gold medals. Sjven young ladies took QUALITY low prices secured for the town, we sincerely A large number of delegates are presour house. Shoes bought from us Unnecessary Delay. hope that the Ioafinr element, Which ent. As some will not arrive until to- part They were Misses Ida Tyree, Since tli3 change in the running of talkoi against the tit )rt to secure it $2.50 up are shined by us, Free. Pittsburg, Fannie McClure, Mt Verthe trains our people are greatly an will go into a hole and pull the hole night, we will not publish the list un non, Fairchild, Iterea, Alberta til next issue, at which time we will Anderson, Lancaster, Elene Iliatt, noyed and inconvenienced from the in alter them. also give a detailed account of the en off here from fact that no mail is put Mamie Jones, Annie Thomptire proceedings. The meeting ojedfc son, Mt. Vernon. Persons who arc the night trains. Mr. West, the post The Royal ia the highest grade baklag aowdr contest at ths fcaewa. Actaal tests show it faes ed with the master, has. written to headquarters competent to judge such matters, tell and we tfan show you a most complete stock of Straw Hats further thaa my otbar bras. pric es from stating the case and if a change is not of which mention is made elsewhere us they have never witnessed a better Mrs. contest nor one in which thosg particin this .issue. At this meeting made right away some one will go to Patterson gave an outline of the pro- ipating were more evenly matched. Cincinnati and lay the matter before gram and Mrs. Robert Elkin delivered Each young lady spoke in a clear, disthe post ofll-- authorities. The people the address of welcome. Mrs. Elkin's tinct and strong voice, and their gesdo not want this mail opened at night, talk was one of the best we ever ticulation was perfect Lack of sjae but it can be nut off and kent at the heard. It was out of the old cut and prevents giving a detailed description depot until the regular time for opan dried ordjr and full of common sense. of each, but we will say that it must ng the office in the morning. It is Last night the children of Miss Mur- have been a dificult task to pick tha the night trains, that no one soft bosom detached cuffs W33k, so bDV3 save your orders un said it does seem mietsin a town of this come phy's class entertained the visitors, af- winner, so well did each young lady but that ter which Mrs. Bdatrchamp delivered carry out her part The judges were size that a matter as important as this you get a look them. an excellent address to a large and Rev's Henry Faulconer, T. IL Campshould not be overlooked. As matters appreciative audience in the Presby- bell and C H. Clark, who decide I to now are, our Louisville and other terian church. Owing to the lateness give the medal to Miss Alberta Andermorning mail from the south is taken of the hour we will defer further re- son, of this city. to Richmond and brought back at 11 ports of the meeting 'til next issue. 10. '1 here is absolutely no excuse for AkMhmiyPiira Our people have the latch string hangthis delay, and if the trouble is not South-b'nMixed, passe s LajteaaJflBK A. V. ing on the outside, and are doing their Norta-b'nremedied our people will make a kick r . u. Mixed, " best to entertain the visitors, and which will hurt whoever- - happens to V 2:52 a.m. Fass'gr " VOMC MVM. BMOM POWOC. CO., South-b'cmake them feel at home. " " 1119 A. X. be in the way. M. D. Lancaster, Ky. studs, shirtNew stock shirt-waiWanted, 20,000 pounds of wcol, will waist sets and belt supports at J. C. II. I?. pay highest market price. Thompson. st S.! Gaines, Lecture Tonight. Our people should not miss the op WAR. On flies. Screen Doors and portunity of hearing the celebrated Window's This week only. lecture, Volney B. Cushing, tonight at J. R. Haseldkn. Court House. He is one of the finest n the American platform. KBITS rc Hatching. wining Black Minorcas From prize When in town Monday dont fail to R. L. Elkin 5 eggs for S1.00. call and see the best and cheapest line f Buggies, Surrlcs and Road Wagons Headquarters for Deering Binders, ever seen in Lancaster. Mowers andlhreshing machines at G W. J. Romans Carriage Co., I would like to do your plain sew- ng and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. week later. VIlllBli In making your purchases dont tickets, which will entitle cut onr the many call a WEB, Attorneys at K All business attended to promptly. BIG CUT IN e Ladies', Misses', Gbildrons Shoes and Oxfords .... Men's Our line of Dry Goods is Complete DRY GOODS Furniture, Lancaster, Ky. WHILE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR THE THE LOGAN COMPANY. in at in Tlie CAWNOMDIN& Apst will HAVANA at Parent-lirodild- J Commadore Dewey has Sunk ths Spanish Patent all in FnSst heart-broke- in within first-cla- at at Manila Has Been Bombarded! ranging in oaa-tki-rd Court-hous- ?, Scents U will P TO $2.00. in nsxt at e :: Our Monarch Shirts til with :: Logan & Robinson, POWDER NCW d d North-b'n- 'Spp d CENTRAL RECORD MARKSBURY. PREACKERSViLLE. BUCKEYE. have ben lead to behave at the be. ginning ot the season that the city had Master T. T. Pollard has suffered Our- Sunday school continues to Diek Robinson sold 23 hogs to P.Mora winninsr team, anl the amrresration very much for the last two weeks with gan, for c. ;evekv week cy immediately set in to see how quickly flourish like a green bay tree. it could get into last place. The patMrs. John Teatcr has boon suffering a rising in his ear. Hogs are being engaged for July deLOUIS T.AXBRAX, Publisher. May loth, a little daughter cann to livery at .1 rons are certainly loyal to the club. with a carbuncle on her haud. c. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. In some cities the nine could not draw Mrs. Robert Tcater, who has been Lbjtfss and brighten the home of Mr. John tross has gone to Roekeast'e and Mrs. Edmiiud Sutton. crowd large enough to raise a k ek quite sick, has about recovered. county to buy hogs. tX0 on the umpire. Yfar. in advance Speed Raner, one of o.nr patriotic Mrs. Josiah McCully has rcturiu d Jakson Collett has bean to Rjll to " M Soke MONTHS. J25 ' " Infirmary, very boys was seut home from Lexington, buy sheep. l!c hats 50 head. Sismark describes the war as "a du from the Richmond OR THE by Capt Duncan, on account of being J. F. Pettus sold 2t lbs. wool, three el with sabres at fifteen paces." If much improved. too young for service. Dr. Grant, of your city, was here yearling mules, 03 sheep and 51 lambs l'KIDAY, May 20, - - 1898 the old statesman will cause the Span- several days last week. J. E Dicker-so- n Farmers take notice. Don't giw for $175 cash. iard to stand still a minute, we can and Miss Sallic li. Ray, attended any order for wire fence or fencing guarantee to shorten the distance Mr. and Mrs. RIc'inr.l Robinson en services at the Fork church Sunday. machines until yon see L. R. Hughes, tennmcu mute a number 01 llieir right speedily. FOIS CONGRESS. W. G. Jones and daughter, Miss Halite who handles the best on the market Call on or address L. R. Hughes, Marks- - friends Saturday. McCREARY. Wc are authorized to announce Several Louisville papers had a set"- - have returned from a visit to Lexing- bary, Garrard County Ky., or Dr. Rrown was h;re Tuesday, on hi Hou. James P. McCrkakv, of Madisou to over who should do the city print- ton. Miss Rettie Henry, of 3'our city, with J. R Haselden Lancaster, way to see Ins brothers little boy, county, a candidate for Congress In the ing. The Dipatch ktiockel the plum, attended the fishing partv and was who is siek at this time. Kentucky. Mh Congressional District, subject to the the guest of Miss Susie Sandidge. orlJonu-stiwhich is quite a juicy one. ?il;iiziiies or Newspapers. action of the Democratic party. Messrs. James and Frank Thompson Orders tulccn for nil Foreign Mr. and Mrs. Steve Rnrdctt, of Jes A two horse wagon, containing 20 girls and four boys, and otiiers in bug- samine, visited Miss Ruth Aldnuge, nave just returned from tia moun Whenever a report in the. war news gies and on horse b:ic'c, passed thro' last week. Miss Mary Lynn Mock, of tains with a nice bunch of hogs. THOMPSON Wc announce J. H. Thompson n by the Dem- starts out by saying "It appears,'' you candidate for new i'. a. ,)oncs and lamuy will so here Saturday en route to the lidiing Danville, spent Saturday and Sunday ocratic party for Representative In Con- - may stop then and there and read no Miss this week to Wilmore, to attend the li. AV. I,illarl. party at the mouth of Paint Lick with Miss Katharine Moore. Jr.o. li.Stout. J? cress from this the Sth district. s a he. further. It lhey were met there by parties from Kate Simpson, of Lancaster, spent Commencement of Asburv College. Madison, Sulphur Well and Nicholas-vill- part of last week with Miss Lula Simpr. The Raptist church have changed Sixc.'j our last report the progress o' The Cuban question and political isAll report a line time and plen son. Miss Georgia Henry, of Lancas their time of meeting from the first to have been at a stand- sues sink ir.ti insignificance with the ty to eat Although they assembled ter, spent from Friday till Wednesday and third, to the second and fourth the war still. Reports come one day and the man who Messrs. Sunday. suffers from piles. What he at the waters edge to lish, dry land with Miss S.illie Herring. papers take np their columns the next most desires, is the relief. DeWiti's fish seemed to be in the greatest de Ciay and Henry Williams, of Rurgin, Wood Little, of Oklahoma, who has in denying them. The government of spent Sunday with H. I). Aldridge been spending a month up in the Witch Hazel Salve cures piles. Stormcs mand. liclals have at last decided to keep Drug Store. Dr. W. M. Ray, made a very narrow and family. Mrs. T. L. Rroaddus and mountains, stopped off here for a few lm their plans secret, and this is, indeed, escape of his life, while returning from nephew, Tom Wall, spent Sunday days before returning home. a wise move. The country is full of AS Nicholasville, Monday. He had got with Mrs. Robert Gulley, of McCreary. ViJSy Spanish spies and the movements of ten this side of the black bridge, in Mike Kennedy and wife, of Crab OrLate to bed and early to rise, pr; EDUCATIONAL COLUMN niir ships and men have been as pubJessamine, when his horse, which had chard, visited their parents, Mr. and pnrcs a man for his home in the skies i lic as if no war was in progress. Dew been driven just a few times, got Mrs. T. K. West. Misses Th o HempConducted by B. S. rtowen. ey's llect still holds the day at Manila frightened and ran, throwing him out hill Mattie May Robinson and Master Early to bed an a Little Early Riser the pill that makes life longer am and Sampson's ships are putting in of the buggy on to the pike, his fore Willie Robinson, of Lancaster, visited better and wiser. Stormes' I).u SOME COMMON TLOWERS. their time b3' chasing to places where head striking, rendering him uneon their cousin, Master Ronnie Robinson, Store. lm they hear the enemy's tubs or located. Acting on the theory that every' scious, but he rallied somewhat, and last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ap Price, of In the mean time the Spaniards are thing which is beautiful tends to give came on home, mo3t of tlu way horse Lancaster, and Mr. and Mrs. John FLATWCOD. keeping out of the way and watching beauty to character, I have had the back, as his buggy was completely Woods, of Danville, visited Mr. and their chance to get in a blow that will pupils give a great deal of attention to demolished. He was overtaken soon Mrs. Chas. Rurdett, Sunday. Mr. and .miss j 7.z:c uudderar sold ner pe telL The army is mobilized at south (lowers. Hut even if it should have no after the accident by friends and seen Mrs. Will Rradshaw and Master Eu ern points and is waiting for orders to refining influence, still, the time is safe lioni-gene, visited McCreary, Saturday and hog at $3.25 per hundred, amountiu He has no reesllection invade Cuba. The volunteer army is well spent, for, when boys and whero he was, how he got hurt, nor Sunday, and were accompanied home to $5 J0. about in condition and is being1 con girls become interested in flowers, how he crossed the river. Ho is, There will le preaching at Gool at by Mrs. T. W. Robinson. Mr. and centrated at Chiekamauga ready to they have something to occupy their this writing, better, though considera Mrs. A. J. Chesnut, Alfred Roner and Hope Sunday, bv the pastor, Rev. as;ibt the regulars in case they are leisure moments, even though they arc bly bruised. Miss Perkins, of Danville, and Misses Johnson. needed. The Ken tucky troops are not alone in the fields or woods. Without Roner, of Hickman; visited Mr. and There will be preaching at LViwson ready, as they had to be furnished al such interest, and hence without such Mrs. J. C. Roner, Sunday. E. J. Die! I have been a sufferer from chronic erson and Miss Sallie R. Hay, of Ruck- - J Chapel, Sunday, by Rev. Rasen, also most out and out with everything occupation, their idle time will be Thursday nigh; by Rev Little. neeled by a soldier. The 'Govern spent in some other way perhaps diarrhoea ever since the war and have eye, Jdhn Ilolrzclaw, of Preachers-villArch Walker lrad some Paris Green used all kinds of medicines for it. At meni'i decision J.o keep its plans se- some questionable way. and Joe Francis, of Paint Licl, s:ng on cret may mean much, and there is no Hut merely the reason that the stu last 1 found one remedy that has ben were the guests of Miss Dillian Sutton. left from in the tobacco last year It was left loft of an old house a success as a cure, and that is Cham telling what pa,y is to be made. dy is so interesting, so fascinating, 1 and it got knocked down and the berlain's Cholic, Cholera and Diarr think sufficient Whooping Cough. stock ate it, which killed two fine hoea Remedy. P. E. Grisham, Gaars I had-Tins beats any country on the globe little boy who was nearly cows. A horse and mule recovered Mills, La. For sale by R. E. McRob TO My pupils have found some very in for taking up with strangers. For dead from an attack of whooping erts. Master Henry and Louise Thurmaa lm trash is dumped, here by the ship teresting things aoout some very comcough. My neighbors recommended are visiting at J. A. Merrimau's. Miss load and our people take them up with- mon flowers, and things too, that are Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I did Li.ziePorter spent Sunday with Miss ORCHARD GROVE. out making any inquiry whatever as not very generally known. not think that any medicine would busie and Miss Eva Merriman. Miss 1' from whence they came or whither irst take the dogwood blossom. It Albert Huffman and Ed Naylor arc help him, but after giving him a few Sarah and Annie Porter spent Sunday they are traveling. Spanish spies are is not one blossom, but about twenty preparing for war. They each have doses of that remedy I noticed an im- with Miss Jennie Scott, also E A as thick in the United States as burrs five blossoms. Look in the center, and nine boys. provement, and one bottle cured him Pearce and Miss Nannie Lawson spun on a sheep's back, and only this week you will find at least two dozen per The present prospact for a good entirety. It is the best cough medi- Sunday with Miss Jennie Scott. ;or the government to fect little flowers. was it necessary yield of wheat in this part of the coun cine I ever had in the house. J. L. Capt. John Doty, of Point Leavell double the secret service to weed out Moore, South Rurgettown, Pa. For ty was never better at this season. TO was through here looking for tv the reptiles. Some foreigners are the Next, the clover blossom, sale by IL E. McRoberts. lm. hogs he had lost Thursday night, th Recent rains have made some of our best clUzms we have, and all honor is not a clover blossom at all, bat sev 5th. lie found one at Tom Worrell's farmers so eager to plant corn they to them, but this thing of letting eve- enty-fiv- c clover blossoms. Mccreary. that had been sold to Worrell by Char are working m the mud. Retter been ry tramp land is too dangerous to conley Leavell, of color. Sam Anderson up a little earlier when the weather tinue. All immigrants should be The young people report a grand The dandelion, one of the commonhad bought two Friday that were sto . u ;eess of the fishing party examined, and then, if found est, and most unnoticed Sowers is one was good, that gathXTK. K. .W A. K. .sw k. t. .A. A. .4. is currently reporteu mat our ered at the Kentucky river Saturday. len Thursday night by Leavell. Char worthy, receive them with open arms of the most peculiar. There are two it teacher at Orchard Grove is 'specially Not the success of the amount of lish lie then stole them from Mr. Andji e hundred and twenty-livin one. Each sou. 'J here is a writ out for him and We are frequently asked if it is not bears one seed, and that seed has fond of a "Moss" that can be found that were caught, but a general good he.has left the country. S. BEA2LLEY, somewhere on Dix river and that time enjoyed by every one present. A a diilicult task to edit an independent wings that it may ty away and find a ALL. WOMSf pap;r. We say Nay, verily. We have new home. These wings all together, when her school is ended she will go erjwd from here went in a wagon, alA Crowing J!usint. ".iu! Vncw that ttio so from Madison county, the number not a blanked bit of use for politics, make the silky ball left after the yel in search of it. Can't believe it. "UIJ .liiio" Ileuiedj, Teeth filled ami extracted v.ith Compare qualities and prices and Rus Humphrey says the lightning present being numbered at one hunlow is shed. Daudelions make pretty and a blankety blanked sight less for cat pain. Crown and P.rlilrn buy a suit of me. I have goods, ever' Wort a special. y. Oltice over J. R. Iluseldeu'a good clocks, as they open about the hasn't tried his rod yet, but he hopes dred and fifty. Roat riding and politicians. We arc thankful to the hardware store, nest to Court House, Lancaswere the principal amusements. thread being wool, at S3, S10 and u ter. Ky. Allwise power that we got our dose of same time every morning, and close when it does the rod will do all the my saies are growing every S. E. Parker, Sharon, Wis., writes: 10 po'.kics early in life. We do not pro- about the same time at night 5:33 a. fellow that sold it to him claimed it M. D. Hcgiies, A.'t. it would. Says he is still looking for "I have tried De Witt's Witch Hazel season. ORGANIZED 1883. pose to be led by the nose or made to m., and 8:33 p. in., being the times. the fire insurance policy that the rod Salve for itching piles and it always dance to the fiddling of any set of HUBBLE. There is a weed that grows along seller promised him. Watch and pray stops them in two minutes. I consi'-e- r men, or dictated to by a lot of goods-bo(IfflZfflS NATIONAL BANK, DeWitt's. Witcli Hazel Salve the orators who ought to be working the wayside, usually called "white lest ye enter into temptation. U Mrs. J. A. Hammond is very ill at OF LANCASTER. FT. on the market." Joshua Harker, a rural clock tinker- - greatest pile in the corn field. This coun try is en- top," that is one of the best examples this writing. tirely too large for a man to be a slave of the "composite family' the family er, is in the swim. He has invented a Stormes' Drug Store. lm Capital, $100,000 Miss Katie White is very ill. and the dust will remain with many flowers in one. It's num clock which he says will run six J. C. Rrown and his mother, Mrs. Miss Katie Walters was the guest of in the seat of our trousers a long time ber is four hundred and sixty-fiv- e the months from one winding. He has Lou Rrown, returned to Shelbyville Surplus Fund 15,000 ere it is beaten out with the party highest number we have found, but been at a loss to know where to set it last Friday, after spending several her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. 1 ish. isn't that high enough'.' My pupils going, so that the world cou'd have weeks with relatives here. Misses Henry Walters from Friday until MonJVUSINI3S SOiaCITED. Treata-forr-v'Is tho bo- for alii have counted all these flowers, so they the benefit of such a be' Rella and Allie Arnold, visited Mrs. day. Mr. James Sutton and wife were lrrexuiitrlttcsiii bVn:Uir:Mns. lonld lo' Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed t.it:.ii frtrthausof bream! cause he found that to make it sta- Tena Reazley, and attended preaching absent for a few days on a to !?iiii;r.. "U Tim" i.'en:.i navo It must be very annoying to trained will defend these statements. J. M. HiaaiVBOTHAM years. President test for tionary it would require half a centu at Antioch, Sunday. ' Miss Ida Mae their brother-in-laand family, Mr f soldiers to have persons placed over LKWI3 Y. Lkavkll j Mfiilv n:i! We have all been very much inter ry to dig a hole deep enough to ac Kelley, Ctiat-- ! !;. Mr. and Mrs. Price SutW. II. Lack- II. C. Raiser. and among them who have no qualifiaccompanied by study of the violet We comodate the weight and cords. When ey, of your city, ,visited B. F. Hudson Cashier cations whatever. here Sunday. ton spent a few days with their mothSuch fellows as ested in the W. O. Kiosky Assistant Cash'r John Jacob Astor, .Tas. G. Maine, Jr., heard of a school that had found sev he heard of Rob Scott's airship, the Miss Sallic Smith, of Hubble, and er, Mrs. Samantha Alexander and fam- For sale by li. E. McRoberts.Lancaster U.D. Yt ALICE B B00i seeper ct al., receiving commissions in the en different kinds. - Wondering if we knotty problem was solved, provided Misses Bertha and Mary Rurnside, ily. Miss Sallie Smith was absent army is the height of folly. If they could find so man- around here we he could induce Mr. Scott to allow have been the guests of the Misses from Friday until Sunday on a viiit to DIRECTORS: want to show their patriotism make agreed to try; and instead of seven, him to attach it to his flying machine, Pherigo. Miss Rettie Henry, of your her kinfolks and or. Saturday attended J.M.HlGGIXBOTHAX, Y. LKATIIL, them enlist as privates and learn to we found nineteen. The only chance 'lhe two made a contract, and each city, has been the charming guest of a fishing party at the mouth of Ken- Everjtlni new aiii Jesiralile J.S. J0BN3ON, T.M.Abkolu, keep step by "Hay foot, Straw foot" for a mistake, is for some of them to will take his family and provisions Miss Carrie Hardin. Mrs. Davis Sut- tucky river. H.CAbnold, Jr. be "freaks"' instead of regular types. B.F. Hudson. enough to lest during a voyage around ton, who has been sick, was able to along with the brave boys who do the SPRING AND A.LSI.G1EB8. J. J.Walxkb the globe. They expect to leave terra visit her mother, Mrs. II. R. Ray, at lighting. A passenger on a railroad In order to beautify the yard and firma from "Rurdett's Knob"' August Jaob y Robinson. Nina, the latter part of last week. train pulled by an inexperienced en- make the plac2 SUMMER more home-lik- e for 1, 189S. gineer is in no more nor as great danMiss Nora Saunders, from near Kirlcs-villger as soldiers under command of off- the pupils, I suggested that all who and Misses Ressie and Minnie MILLINERY wanted to, could contribute whatever The human machine starts but once Arnold, of Hiattsville, visited Mrs. J. icers who are not trained soldiers. amount he might wish, and we would and stops but once. You can keep it R. Saunders, last week. Misses Ollie Rheumatism often causes the most inMorgan Denmark i 1C buy flower bay to suit and going longest by It looks now like the Spanish war seasons, so seedsmight bulbs, flowers all using De Witt's and most regularly the Ilackley, Mamye Kelley, Eva Jones, tense suffering. Many have for years AT REASONABLE PRICES. hfih. lie is splendidlyal.rtd, stallion. hands m n glance nt hit we have all Early Risers, Little from this disabling Rclda and Lurla LViyton, were guests vainly sought ships have concluded to put in their pedigree will show. He will wafce the the year round, as nearly as possible. and are of 1VJS at o$r stable, on the new entire time trying to get off the face I supplemented the amount the pupils famous little pills for constipation and of friends here, and attended the fish- disease,Rheumatism is n worse off than COME AND SEKUS. blood disease, all stomach and liver troubles. Stornies ing Saturday. Miss Stella Rroaddus ever. pike, 5 miles from Danville, of creation. is perfectly evident It and Swift's Specific is the only cure, beraised, by giving several dollars Drug Store. lm has returned from a visit to Madison cause it is the only remedy which can that they do not intend to fight, and At $5.00 to Insure a Living Colt. The interest they have shown, d we believe they have concluded to put diseases. count3', accompanied by Miss Viola reach such Care takan to prevent accidents, but not rethe family-lik- e spirit it has brought A few years ago I was taken with inflammaSWEENEY. Hendren. this government to as much expense sponsible should ay ocenr. about has fully repaid me, even without tory Rheumatism, which became so intense as possible in trying to run them Lien retained on colu for the season money. enjoyment of the flowers themselves. "One Minute Cough Cure is the best that I was for weeks unable to walk. I tried S. Morgan bought 50 hogs from difdown. Before going into this game I Mares traded before fact Is ascertained makes several prominent physionly hope the pupils will continue to ferent parties Saturday. preparation I have ever sold or used season money due. of cians and took their treatUncle Sam should 1 am Morgan Denmark was foaled In 1SS9. He is Call at S. Morgan's and buy the best and I can't say too much in its praise.'' ment faithfully, but was send his army to Cuba and relieve the show the same interest after gone, that they have shown recently. L. M. Kennon, Merchant, Odell, Ga. by On Time, son of Stonewall Jackson; 1st dam unable to get the slightLion coff je at 10 cents a package. starvation and suffering among the Successor to Lackey & Gulley. Lady Morgajuby Stonewall Jackson ; 2nd dam est relief. In fact, my con. Stormes' Drug Store. lm poor, oppressed Cubans. Relieve them J. II. Thompson and J. F. Thompson by Virgfhin?; 3rd dam by Matchless: tth dam dition seemed to grow and then hunt down the devilish Span- Another Case of Ilhenmatlsm Cured by have gone to the mountains on a traFirst-Glaby Transby. Away Flow the Woodcock. worSc, the disease spread Chamberlain's Pain lialm. ish. over my entire body, and Morgan Denmark is one of the best bred sad- ding expedition. I have the bjst and cheapest line of Many old soldiers now feel the effrom November to March Ldle stallions in Kentucky. Has good mane and wear ever brought to Rev. R. B. Manoney will at I suffered agony. I tried fects of the hard service they endured tail, and good. Iong.Tangy neck. Pou't fail to STABLE. If the war continues much longer many patent medicines, coats at 50c see him Will also stand ONK GOOD MULK the Baptist church on the 2nd and 4th this city. but none relieved me. our head will be as gray as a Norway during the war. Mr. Geo. S AnderJACK at j.OO to insnre. and SI; Rlack Alpaca coats at S- and Upon the advice of a son, of Roseville, York county, Penn., Sundays in June, and will continue 15AUGIIMAN IIRO'S. rat's. We read the lengthy reports HANDSOME TURNOUTS, friend I decided to trv genuine Crash suit at S3 53. Tailoi i Ct. Danville, Ky. who saw the hardest kind of service on through the year. S. S. S. Before allowing me to take it, howand dream all night of th:rteen-inchome-sputow liaen ever, my guardian, who was a chemist, anaMlss. Fannie Austin is progressing made, Kentucky REASONABLE PRICES. at the front, is now frequently troubS impsons, the Spanish Capo Verde off pronounced it free of remedy, at 8 per sui. The goods will launder lyzed tho mercury. andfelt so much better after potash or I "I had a severe nicely with her school which she is perfectly. M. D. Hughes, Agt Manila, Deweys, the led with rheumatism. taking two liottles, that I continued the and In two months I was cured completely. Flying Torpedo Reconcentrados de- attack lately," he says, "and procured teaching at Beazley school house, and SPECIAL ATTENTION TO ? The cure was permanent, for I have neversince Spirited War Music. stroyer moving from the Phillioines a bottle of Chambelain's Pain Balm. will close in a short time. The pupils had a toucli of Rheumatism though many Send us 25c in silver or postage End times exposed to damp and cold weather. into the volunteer displacement armJ It did so much good that I would like and parents are delighted with her THAVEUNG MEN Eleanor M. Tippell, L 3711 Fowclton Avenue, Philadelphia. of the h est Indies, etc , etc. When to know what you would charge me teaching and are sorry the school is so we will in return, Mail you our latest Don't suffer longer with Rheumatism. Military Music, entitled, "For Country morning comes we awake only to find for a dozen bottles." Mr. Anderson near the close. Price Mahan, of . Iliattsville, spent Deai" Song, and "War Flash'' Military Throw aside your oils and liniments, as fresh daily papers which get us more wanted it both for his own use and to CAPITAL j SURPLUS. reach your trouble. Don't OF and more confused. These two prices retail for they can not with doctors 200,000.00 For heaven's supply it to his friends and neighbors, Saturday and Sunday with his cous- March. ( $65,000.00. 50 experiment their potash as every family should have, a bottle ins, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Dudderar. Com1.00. Address, Windsor Music sake fight or give up the gtn. to your disabiland mercury will of it in their home, not only for rheu- Our little friend, Miss Ilallie Rrown, pany, 200 & 208 Wabash Avenue. Chi ity and completely add ItAXC ASTER, KY. destroy your digestion. Almost daily this office receives matism, but lame back, sprains, swel' has returned from a pleasant visit to cago, III. lings, cuts, bruises and burns, for friends and relations of Mt Vernon. &0lfea from some enterprising firm a Bring Our Heroes Home! patriotic song, together with a let- which it is unequalled. For sale by T. E. Dishon and brother, George, atA. R.Disnt. President. R. E. McRoberts. The beautiful song "Rring our lm tended the couqty meeting at Mt Mater asking a two or three inch notice Jso. E. Stormks. Vice President. Home" dedicated to the Heroes cf will cure perfectly and permanently. rian, Saturday, and reported a nice 1 kaul murine of same. 'J he musicians, as well as It is guaranteed purely vegetable, and W . H. Kinhaibd, Cashier. Designs low Kates. the U. S. Battleship Maine is one cf contains no potash, mercury, or other time. The Misses Archer, of the balance of mankind, are out for Copyrights Ac. Low rates Queen & Crescent route. 8. C. DSNKT, visited their sister, Mrs. Reub- the finest national saogs ever written. mineral. Books mailed free by Swift J. F. ROB7M80K. JB, cash. We have about concluded the Aarnnn aendtmr iketrh and d?crintlon mar qnlcklr ascertain onr opinion free whether an Assistant Cash'r. to preserve these productions and send One fare the round trip from all noints en Dudderar, last week. Dave Ste- The words ring with patriotism Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. Invention Is probably patentable. Communicato general conference A M. E. Church vens and family spent Saturday and and the music is stirring and full o tions strictly conadentlaL Handbook on Patents them to Roosevelt's "rough riders," S. T. Exbkt- Ass't seatVree. Oldest acency for seenrinjr patents. Columbia, S. G; May 4.1a Southern Sunday with Thos. Stevens and fami- fire, and fitting the noble sentiment toj Patents taken through Mann A Co. receive though cradle lullabys would doubt- Biblical Asemhlv. Knnwllln special notice, without chance, in the Daring the past three years, the Tnn . ly, near Hiattsville. is dedicated. Arranged for which it less suit those bloodthirsty warriors June DIRECTORS Southern Students' Con number of sheep raised in New ZealPisno and Organ. This song and sixbetter. ference, Asheville, N. Q; June 8am'!. D.Cochran, and have fallen from 50.OCO.000 to J as Spllman, Jiprvir-dr. A 'handsomely illustrated weekly. T.iK in th Rniifh Finest train CUBAN RELIEF cures teen other pages of full sheet music alatlon of any scientlflo journal. Terms. S3 a a decreasj of 13,000,000. Alex. S. Deany. A. C. Robinson.-W- . low rate tickets. year 'four months, 11. gold by ail newsdealers. Louisville base bill patrons are eral limits oh these read via. thmOnuan DltuAU Colic Neuralgia and Toothache will be sent on receipt of 25 cents. RlMCrS in five Ha sure votir tickets R. Cook. L. DiTldaoB, Address, Popular Music Co., minute. Soar Stomach beings. For years they & Crescent Route. tad Sooner CompUiaW. Price, 25 Own. We print envelopes Indianapolis, Ind. Jae.X.Memea, ?p 4 PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH Mastic Mixed Paint. BEST BRANDS OF Xagaii and Oil. We re Glad to Sell Either. leave-order- s e. Lillard dc UZOISIZ, EADIWGijRUSGISTSQ Stationery, Paints, Oils, Site. j j 1 Danville. 1 CALDWELL e, i LAII SEE YOU BR 1 PLEASURE LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE. I TJRXJTVKS and rX5JE!i. WE WANT Wiiether Ion Buy y Or Not. care-lull- y i 1 DENTIST. "eat-ing- 'J x now-a-daj'- -t i. time-keepe- r; vis-i- t twt-iit- I.V.vP;H.;iCorlI?-.iii-InoCo.- ii Oh, the Pain of Rheumatism! to-ddeep-seate- Morgan Denmark- prer-eu- t sea.-o- n mjT-se- Miss Sallie Tillett. W. H. LACKEY s Ready-to-we- LIMY -, -- h n double-tarrete- d rem-M- 493-TUB ! BANK nc-ro- S.S.S&BM Flat-wood- s, Book-keep- 10-3- 17-2- Scientific JlUKHcan. p g r ETEAJOY for NOW I3XJIXE EVERY BRIDE I FARM AND STOCK NOTES. S. C. P. Jones, Milesburg, Pa., writes: De Witt's Little Early Rises ever since they were introduced "I have used 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. and wife should know about the preS.ooo bushels corn wanted. I paration that for half a century has will give one dollar and seventy-liv- e been helping expectant mothers bring cents per barrel for 1,000 barlittle ones into the world without rels of com delivered at the Pildanger and the hundred and one grimage Distillery. OftT&L discomforts and distractions Jno. W. Miller, Mgr. 'K-J-- i V MOODY CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, May, Millinery. is annlierl evrprnnllv TOriirri tC thf nntv ntnn t r rofr rnl!f Medicines taken internally Ifo will not helo and mav L result in harm. 20, I89S. I fort PERSONAL. Mr. L. F. Hubble has gone to Frankon business. Mrs. I Fibber Gaines lias returned to her home in Danville. Miss Florence JJurnsiuc is the of Miss Mary Uurn&ide. guest p Senator Geo. Farris was at home several days this week. Miss Julia Heid has returned from a visit to Lexington relatives. Miss Pai tie Embrj-- , of Lexington, is visiting her aunt, Mrs Sim Anderson. Miss ISetiua Anderson has returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington. Miss Jennii Iturnside has returned from a visit to frii'nds in Lexington. I'rof. Evans and wife, of 1'ineville, are visiting the family of Mr. Frank , kW Mos. Miss Carrie. Kirtley, of Louisville, is visiting the family of Mr. II. C Jen- nings. Miss Jennie Shumate vihitcd her home fcllts in Danville, Saturday and Sunday. Misses Mae Hughes and Mary Miller have returned from a pleasant v:sit to Louisville. Drs. Wyatt and Jas. Letcher, of Danville, were in Lancaster a few hours Saturday. A. II. Rice and wife, attended the Knight's Templar conclave at Mays-vill- e this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Towel!, of are guests of Mr. John C. 'J homp;on"s family. Misses A'.iee Hudson and Annie Koyston have been visiting Mrs. John ltaughman in Danville. Mrs Smith, of Mt. Vernon, and Miss ISculah Carson, of Crab Orchard are visiting Mrs. V. J. Romans. Mr. R. E Henry and Miss Florence Harris visited the Misses Cash, near Turncrsville, Sunday. Mrs. Frances E. Kaauchamp. of Lexington, is the gnest of Mrs.Jacob Robinson, on Danville Ave. Mrs. Kittie Rurnside and daughter. Miss Pearl, of Stanford, were . visiting relatives here this week. .Miss Mattie Thompson has returned from a several days visit to Miss Lizzie Simpson, at Marksbury. e A. II. Rice and wife and Misses and Ressie Marksbury made a visit to Xicholasvilie this week. who has Miss Harriet Glasscock, been the guest of Mrs. II. D. Simpson, left for Stanford Monday morning. Renton Ashley is quite sick at the home of 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 relatives. Tommy Hammond, of The Record force, took in the excursion to Lexington Sunday and enjoyed the sights very much. Thurmond Anderson went to Lexington Sunday and s:iys if all the soldiers he saw will take the field they will whip ont tiie Spanish army in less than a weelc A certain Lancaster lady said the other da' that she had read of the Al-ti- . mjB Get One of these Roasters Free! will ex- Sampson's 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 ofliec, after a brief illness. Hon. W. 11. Mason is attending the Kninght Templar Conclave at Mays-vill- e this week. CMr. and Mrs. J. It. Haselden wentti Lexington Sunday to see Mrs. Hasel-denbrother, wlio has joined t't.e army there. Mr. John Johnston, formerly of this city, and a son of T. M. Johnston, has given an important position in the second regiment at Lexington. A bouncing baby boy has come to bles-the union of Mr. and Mrs. Cha.. W. Anderson. There may be happier men than Charley, but we doubt it. Sunday's Courier Journal contained a picture of Miss Annie Loyd Herring, of this city, but it did not do justice to this handsome and attractive little lady. About forty delegates are here this week attending the district W. C T. 'J he good ladies of Lan-- c U. meeting. stcr are striving to make their visit enjoyable. Judge M. D. Hughes was called 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. He has suffered from rheumatism for some time. The Lexington Argonaut says: "The Lancaster boys have been enjoying the evenings socially at the residence of the Misses Embry, who have some pretty Lancaster girls visiting them, and who are 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 account of a bad eye and Herbert was too 3'oung. Roth arc greatly disappointed. Our office was honored Wednesday afternoon by a call from Mrs. the noted temperance worker. Mrs. Beauchamp is an excellent lady and deserves great credit for the untiring work she does for the nob.c cause she r presents. A Lexington paper says: "One of the best liked young oflicers at the camp is the regimental adjutant, Lieutenant Wm. II. Collie- -, son of Adjutant General Collier. He is a fine specimen of 3'oung manhood, tall, straight as an arrow and athletic. He should make an ideal soldier.1' 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 c if a few days in Washington and took in the sights about the e ipital. He says one hears nothing but war talk up there It is quite the thing with Lancaster girls to zead 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 sensistories or the ble than reading trash published in the average magazine of today. Gen. D. R. Collier was at home several 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 appointment as a bripadier general, but he is not bothering about it. He would make a good one and his Lancaster friends hope the president will make the appointment. The marriage of Rev. Henry Faulco-ne- r and Miss Margaret Mason will take place at the Presbyterian church, in this city, Wednesday evening, June Sth, at nine o'clock. The ceremony will be performed by Dr. J. L. McKee, and there will be a number of attendants, friends of both the contracting We are requested to state parties. that every friend and acquaintance in Boyle and Garrard counties is especially invited to be present, no formal invitations being sent out in these counties, it being understood that all friends and relatives of both parties arc invited and expected to be present. All the plans of the wedding have not been completed and it is impossible to give the particulars at present. 's be-jIJeau-chamlove-sic- 's Friend fits and prepares every s organ, muscle and part of the body for the critical hour. It robs child-birt- h of its pains. Baby's coming is made quick and easy. Its action is doubly bene- Vficial if used during the whole period of pregnancy. 1 per bottle at all drug stores, or sent by mail on receipt of price. tortures and Books Free, containing valuable information to all women, will be sent to any address upon application by The Bradfiefd Regulator Co., Atlantat Go. THE SOLDIER BOYS. Have boon examined, and are Patiently Waiting Orlers to Move. Lexington, Ky., May 17, 98. 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-nou- s staying here with no uniforms or guns, yet we know that Capt. Duncan is doing his best for us, and we know that when he does his part that we should do ours, so there is no "kicking" done by the b 3s. Of course there is bound to be some who would kick on anything, but this class of cattle is soon spotted and no attention is paid to their wails. When you hear a fellow kick on what he gets you can safely set i ndown that he has bien 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 people from home Sunday. At this writing we have not been mustsred in, but expect to be this afternoon. An uncle of Lt. Farm's died Monday and the latter was excused from camp to attend the funeral. The first regiment is a well equipped body, but the rain will spoil the complexion of those dudes before they inarch far into Cuba. We still drill and are learning dif-- f jrent manuevers fairly welL Having received no guns yet, we only drill in the foot movements. A hard fight is being made to get Uncle Sm to furnish the new pattern rifle to our regiment I: is hoped that the eft'jrt will prove successful. Nothing of importance has transpired 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 company. In reply to the oft asked questions, "When will you go south?'' What will you have to do in case you are ordered away?"' I will simply say that we do not know. This same answer cin ba given to most any other question asked. It is impossible to learn what we are going to do, though all sorts of rumors are started but never materialize. We only know that we are h'r . kick on While s .me of tlre'stall-fed- " the grub, yet it is far better than have it. A man wi.l not starve here. A soldier must mike up his mind to fare hard, and, beside, when looked at in the proper light, we did e not come here on a outing. Those kicking for something to e.tt ought to leave the army and join a A soldier can't Sunday school food. expect Co get canary-bir- d Dear Record. 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 foil rye in anv form. , Wool is bringing twenty cents in the Winchester market. Don't forget to keep a lump of rock salt handy for your colts. To raise high priced colts you must breed to high priced stallions. The scrub must go. Go through your flock occasionally and weed out the poor ones. Not all sheep ra:sid are fit for breeders. A horseflesh banquct'was lateby held in Wales, at which eighty men were invited, but only seven attended. Lack of entcrpriS3 in stock raising has much to do with the poverty o Spain and Mexico. Their highest ambition is a donkey or a mule. A good horse can travel 400 yards in 4 minutes at a walk; 400 yards id minutes in a trot and 400 yards in one minute in a gallop. Mrs. Calvin Woo! ford, of Hart county, is said to be one of the most successful hog raisers in the State, and now has on hand 4,000 pigs. Greens-bu- r Record. The Richmond Register says: The J. W. Zaring Grain and Mill Co., of this citj', 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 fewdiys II. C. Allen, of Georgetown, recently sold to Mr. John II. Aylor, of Guns powder, Ky., a pair of fancy calves for $200. The bull "Admiral Dewey," being a littlj over five months old. My son was afllicted with rheumatism whiuh contracted his right limb until he was unable to walk. After using one and a half bottles of Chamberlain's Pain llalm he was able to be about again. I can heartily recommend it to persons suffering from rheumatism. John Snider, Freed, Calhoun Co. , W. Va. For sale by R. E. McRoberts. lm It is maintained by some that butter, well made, salted and packed during the hot months when it is cheap, in vessels impervioin to the air, and then buieJ in the 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 b2 beneath the reach of summer heat. Pans of ch ireoal set o i the shelves, ledges or lloor of a damp cellar which cannot be thoroughly ventilated will in iko the air pure and sweet. If a Urge basketful of the charcoal be placed in such a cellar where milk is kept there will be little danger of its becDming tainted. The Winchester Democrat says & Riilsback shipped a carload of hogs which cost $3 4) or less. 'Ihey hage bought some in the last day or two paying as high as 3 4 cts. It is thought they will be 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 prevailed in this country last fall seems to have killed much of the bluegras;. The pastures are filled with a small weed, the grass having died out. Anderson News. "2 Polled-Angu- here and must say I have never use any pills in my family during forty years of house keeping that gavi such satisfactory results as a laxative or cathartic." Stormes' Drug Store, lm The wheat crop in Boyle county never promised a finer yield. D. N. Prewitt bought of Took Hubble 27 hogs at 3 35 and 50 each from A. J. Rica and E. W. Lee at the same price; also twenty from John White at three cents. Danville Advocate. It is a singular fact that no pacer has a record of 2:00. Every fraction of up has been pretime from 2:33 empted save only 2;00. In 1S91 Direct paced a mile against time at Independence in 2:00, which was the world's record at that time. But his record stood at that point but the single year, he reducing it to 2:05 at Nashville 1 4 2 w ile it: Brave Boys Mi SWEENEY--. with a strictly UP-TO-DA- KEMESIBEB Is also to the front line of Dry Goods, Clothing, SHOES, HATS, ETC. Hi Jl IB 1 Bi Si 3L.X1XJE Cal1 and looi: at our in 1S92. PHAETONS, . horse cm generally be cured of kicking in harness by an arrangement that takes up one of his fore feet whenever he kicks. Have a slender but strong rope passing from the driver's seat through a ring, strongly attached to the girth and fastened to a strap buckled around the fore ankle. Whenever the animal begins to kick thd driver can haul in on the rope and jirk up the fore foot to which it is tied. A few surprises of this sort will convince almost any kicker that kicking don't pay. A horse trained to walk fast, whether he intended for the saddle, single harness or team, ought always to bring a better price than one that is a 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 prevents consumption and quickly cures colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, la grippe and all throat and lung troubles. Stormes' Drug Store, lm Horse meat was served at the annual banquet of the Kansas City Veterinary 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 of the college who gatherel around the board made merry, and insisted that it was appetizing. An exchange says: We do not hesitate 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 good condition, by the very simple device of wrapping the bunches in brown paper and set ting them close together in a wide trench made on the floor of the cellar. Try the 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 sheep for mutton, select such breeds as grow rapidly and mature quickly. Keep your lambs growing vigorous ahd strong, and don't let them los-- 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 slaughtered make the best and most wholesome eating." II. F. Ilillenmeyer, of Lexington, says that in 1845 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 1S53 the frost on May 1, injured fruit, but not grain. In 1S03 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 remembered by its visitation of the army worms, which was especially destructive in Fayette county and Bourbon. A 1 s OF We take pleasure in showing you. OOOT. Terms Cash. Respectfully, J. W. SWEENEY. Skin Diseases. r vituonc an equal, it relieves the and smarting almost instantly and its coniinned use effects a permanent cure. It also cures itch . barbpr's itrh Scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and granulated lids. itch-iiif- NOTICE TO CKKD1T0KS. All persoi..- - knowing themselves Indebted to tho cstato of the late Dr. W. S. O'Neal will please call anil nettle with L. F. Hubble and For the raeedvanil nermnrpnf rnm nf tetter, salt rhenm and eczema, Cham- oenains jye and Skm Ointment is greatly oblige me. M. Y. O'NEAL, Apr25 3t Administratrix. REPORT OF THE CON Dr. Clilv's rini1tt!nn "PnveHara horses are the best tnnif. blnnl mriflor and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Sold by R. E. McEoberts, Druggist, Lancaster fr NATIONAL OF LANCASTER. BAHK KY..AT 5, 1898 One fare for round trip to Lexington, account the League American Wheel RKSOUKCE3. men Meeting, June 20th and 21st, from Loans and discounts OS fi)S.a : 2.1)11 Overdraft, secured and unsecured... all points in Kentucky, Queen & Cres- U. S. r.ond-I0.(U) U) to secure circulation cent Route. Good to Juno 22od to re Stock, .MX) 00 etc U.UUO 00 turn. Bicycles Handled Free. Other real estate and mortgages ownCLOSE OF BUSINESS MAY t I HEW LIVERY. I have purchased TTT-- 11 Specie llCO 9!) 2jn 4.. serve Agents) Due from State Hanks and banker.. . M0 7S Due from approved reserve Hgeut S."7! :tt 9M Check and other cash Item Notes of other National Rank 2!ti OO 106 'J5 Fractional paper currency,ulckel.ct ed Dae from National liauks (not Re00 note 0 Redemption Fund with U.S. Treas urer ot circulation) r $ir.A 50 - ro 2.250 00 prepared to furnish, the 'c 1 $:XI9.!C to Capital stock paid la-- . $200,000 00 40,0UO 00 Surplus fund Undivided profits, le expense and on the shortest notice. fci taxes paid 1 1.300 00 Bank Special attention given j Stateto othernotes outstanding Due 2.47:: 74 National Banks Due to State Banks and banker. . . . 511 CO Commercial Travelers. It Individual deposits subject to check. 105,10 92 Certified check :w0 RICE BENGE. :).! C9 Total Stateof Kentucky, County of Gareard.ss: 1, Wm. II. KiNNAlun. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of mv knowledge WM. II. KINNAIRD. INSURANCE aud belief. HUE Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1C day of May, lsus. R. Kinn.uk. Notary I'nblic. ji SPRINGFIELD Commission expires Jauuarv ltth llX)'. Correct Attest: 1 ALEC R. PENNY, AED MA.RIEE i Jno. K. Stormes. Directors. ) A. C. Robinson. INSURANCE COMPANY. Very Best Rigs LIABILITIES. ill UU FIRE EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK. Col REPORT OF THE CONDITION fl or THE Robinson & Hamilton Agts Lancastbr, Office over Post Office. : Kentucky. :: Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT Queen & Crescent Route. PASSES DANVILLE. NORTH BOUND. CLOSE OF BUSINESS, MAY 5, a. m RESOURCES. 1898 Number 10 (Dally except Sunday) Number 6 (Daily except Sunday) Number 4 (Dally) Flag Number 2 (don't stop) SOUTH BOUND. 6:09 1: 3:48 Loan and p. m Overdrafts, discountsand unsecured.. secured a.m. U. S Bonds to secure circulation 4:17 p. m 11 11 Number 1 (don't stop) Number 5 (Dally except Sunday) Number 9 (Dally except Sunday) Number (Midnight Has) : 12 :10 75p. m. 11:42 a. m. a. m. p.m. R. KINNAIRD'S EuggUs, Sn Insurance Agency Representing Over Premium on V. 3. Bond Stocks, securities, etc BaukiuC'house. furniture and Other real estate aud mortgages owueu jjO uu Duo from National Banks (not Re- reseve .ireni i74 2! 1C 24 Due from State Hanks and Bankers... Due from atmroved reserve azents... 12.lt 57 Checks and other cash items 2 CO fractional paper currency, nlckles ana cents ice oi Specie f.077 30 r oo notes Redemption fnnd with U. S. Treas urer (j per ceui oi circulation). .. I ia tsj illl.OOG 50 lja 5rt 2.V00O 00 2.000 00 4,1.00 00 00 uxtnres Total ir.V2 2i and TEA cures Dyspop-- r v sia, Constipation and Indigestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Pjf4fAMANlIBIAN - S57.000.OCX3 Companies 32tBa of Hartford. - In the following Fire Insurance ROADWAGONS. pic-ni- p'c-ui- Geary, Pearson, Mich., writes: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is curing more piles here than all other remedies combined. It cures eczma We have on our floor two car and all other skin diseases." Stormes loads of the finest and most com Drug Store. lm S. M. y Call at my store and we plain. in the lead with CUBAN OIL enres PfonfrPt Cuts, Burns, Bruises, RheuI 1(4111 VI 3 matism and Sores. Price, 25 cente North-cott. I am still Lowest prices. all. best goods. BREAD DAILY. Market Quotation. Corrected weekly by II. B. Eggs Goods are all fresli. I can please LANGDON'S Chickens, Springers Hens Young Roosters Old Roosters Turkeys Old Gobblers 1.50 7c. to $2.50 doz. 5to5c 2Jc 2c 4 to 5c Ducks Geese $2.50 it 5c PLEASE GIVE TRIAL. US A r Hides, Green Butter Feathers, fine white gcee . to $3.00 per doz. b)i to Cc 10c 28 .1 M. SALLOU. Duck feathers Rags Iron Bones . Calves, veal to 30c 25to27c 20 to 21c 15 to 35c per hundred 8 to 15c 2Ct25c. $20 to $5.50 per hei-- Remarkable Oiler of Music! To introduce our new monthly publication, American Popular Music, we make the following liberal offer: Send us the names of three or more performers on the piano or organ, and fifteen cents in money or postage, and we will mail you sixteen pages of the latest popular songs, two steps, etc., full sheet music arranged for piano or organ, and American Popular Music for thJee months Address, Popular Music Co., Indianapolis, Ind. "Trices Lower than Kver. Tailor made suits at $12.50 to $30. Satisfaction or no pay. You hare paid $12 for ready-mad- e suits that were not as good as Wanamaker aud Brown's suits at $S, and their suits at $'J.5J and $11.50 are equal to other $15 suits, being and beautiful in design and finish. The suits at $13.53 and $15 usually sell for $'.8 and $20, and their $2 J suit is the same of quality, such A com suits usually sel.ing for $2 parison of goods will prove that you wilt save some dollars by. giving me your order. M. D. Hughes, Agent. all-wo- plete line of PHAETONS, BUGGIES, ai EOABWAGOWS SURRIES ever shown in Lancaster. Our prices are lower than can be found anywhere. Our guarantee is better. We can save you from $5 to $25.00 on any vehicle you buy. We also have a complete line of Harness we' are' offering exceedingly low; and see us. No trouble to show goods. ROMANS Carina Co.; W. Come I LANCASTER, KY. Newspaper Lava. The following are laws laid down by the United States Government for the protection of newspapers : If subscribers order the discontinuance 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 office to which they are directed, they are held responsible until they settle their bills and order them discontinued. If subscribers move to other places without informing the publisher, and the papers are sent to the former direction, they are held responsible. The courts have decided that refusing to take periodicals from the office or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is prima facia evidence of intentional fraud. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it, whether he has or dered 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 publisher. Publishers of newspapers can, under the law, arrest any man for fraud who takes a paper and refuses to pay for it 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 editor a postal card to dis continue the paper. LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $100,000 00 15,000 10 Surplus fund Undivided profits. less expenses and 2.902 9fi taxes Paid National Bank note outstanding.... 22wo 00 lit. us Due to oilier atlonal i;aiiKs 4.Vs 10 Due to State Banks and bankers " Individual dciKsits subject to check. 70,i;-."SS Tax Fund J2i2.5- - 29 Total Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss: State of 1. B. F. Hudson. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and B. F. Hudson. Cashier. belief. Subscribed and sworn to before me this U day of May, 1S'.W. S. C. Dksny, Notary Public. Correct Attest : Lewis Y, Leayell, ) Directors. T.M.Arnold, Queen of America. National of Hartfort. Pheaix of firooklya. Hartford of Hartford. Manchester of England. CoBnectlcat of Hartford. North British and Mercantile. German American of New York. Liverpool and London and Globe. I also represent the old reliable J. M. IIlcniNCOTii am. ) New York Life Insurance Are Going North, you Are Going South, If If you Are Going East, Kou COMPANY. If you KY Are Going West; TICKETS VIA TMC J J. HOOD, SURGEON-DENTIST, PUNCHMC LANCASTER. Office over J. C. Thompsau's Jewelry store on Danville street. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS lsuisvillc a Nashville It. R. Garrard Lodee No. 2Q. Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday niffht in Odd Fellows hall. All vis iting Knights are fraternally invi G. B. Swinebroad, C. C. ted. J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. am scewna The Maximum The Maximum The of Safety, The Maximum of Speed, CAPT. T. W. BOTTOM Auctioneer, of Perryville, Will' be on the street every County Court Day and solicits the sales of the County. Will- - make it to your inter est to see me Deiore seeing any otaer auctioneer. of Comfort, Minimum of Rate. -- Xstea,TIsM sad all ot&er infcmstioa wl fee csccrfUlY finished by c. P. atmorc. 0c fey xfwnua;K& '""'" Jr.apP r, IS 'I s STATE NEWS PICKUPS. SUPPLIES DELAYED. 1 Ilipy Were Ordered From the War De partmriit In lue Time by ISrnrilcy, Hut Have Not Arrived. rn.VNKror.T, Ivy.. May 13. Gov. Ilrad-Ic- y received a tolerrai:i from the war that his requisition made in detail for the equipment of the Kentucky stale ruanl had been tilled, and shipment of blankets, etc, from I'hiladelphia on hudleen May C via fnst freight to Lexington. Tim equipments have not arrived, and loud complaint is now beinjr made by the soldiers, who are suH'erinr discomfiture for lack of equipments. (Jen. Collier held a conference with t'ov. 1 rati ley in rejrard to the matter. The governor .said: I 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 delay is occasioned probably by the great rush of similar orders. The shipment 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. Joe Siincox, formerly of Lexington, late stenographer to the governor, and at present a secretary of the state board of equalization, has been selected for adjutant of thj Third regiment. I'tintlb for Ktjuipln? Tionju. Amos Kiss Secures a New Trial. Fkaxkkokt, Ky., May IS. The court of appeals Tuesday rewrscd the lower court in the case of Amos lliggs, of Maysville, against the commonwealth. Uiggs was sentenced by the circuit court of Mason county to hang for murder. Uiggs is a noted criminal and is said to have killed several men prior to the killing for which he w::s on trial in the present instance. The reversal sends the case back for a new trial. About a year ago lliggs killed Win, It. Hoy and a son of Uoyd.the latter being Uiggs' The opinion is by ludge llazelrigg and the reversal is granted on the ground that evidence was admitted in the trial below which was incompetent and pre judical to the substantial rights of Uiggs. In the case of Tims Hayden of Ohio county, the death penalty was u Hi ruled. He killed his mistress. The M. V. 31;narch .VMiigiimenr. O'.vkxpiioro, Ky., May IS. M. V. Monarch has made a general j craonal assignment for the benefit of his creditors to'.Iohn A. Lyddane, who accepted the trust. The Sour Mash Distilling Co., one of the Monarch corporations, also made a general assignment to the Columbia Finance antl Trust Co., of Louisville, which was accepted. No fl The regiment, divided up into battalions, will Irs us follows: First batalion, Maj. J. Kmbry Allen, L.xington, Lebanon, U inctifster and Paris companies, Carroll Powers, adjutant; SecMaj. ond William C. battalion, Owen , Georgetown, Cynthiana, Newport and Williamsburg companies, Howard Gaines, adjutant; Third battalion, Maj. E. S. Helburn, Covington, Lancaster anil Frankfort, James Johnston, adjutant. It is not ossiblc to give the letter of the companies at this time, since they will be lettered according to their rank, and with the exception of the first two or three can not be placed. However, there is much disapproval being expressed by the men of vhe plan to change the letter of the companies. It is argued that each company has one or more Hags, the lettering on which will have to be changed. Company E. Lexington, has just been presented a Hag costing 50 by the young women btudents at Jessamine female institute which would be worthless if the initial letter were changed to D, as the rank n. qui res. lit Ky., May 10. lt3 ut, See-pi- Middles-boroug- 1 Commander Todd a Keutucklan. Frank tout, Ky., May 14. Commander Chapman C. Todd, of the Wilmington, ranking officer in the unforis a Kentucky product, tunate lleet which attacked Cardenas, George D. Lorisvu.i.i:, Ky., May 13. The board of trade has passed a resolution pledgKentucky Dentist Meet. ing the city of Louisville to raise the LorisviLi.E, Ky., May IS. The twenty-ei"10.000 or $15,000 necessary to properly annual nieeting of the Kenequip the Kentucky troops. The proposition, if accepted by the authorities tucky State Dental association began Tuesday afternoon at the Louisville at Frankfort, will place the cit3 in the The session position of advancing the money to the College of Dentistry. slate. There is no authority for tak- Tuesday, which was organized at 2:30 ing the money out of the city treasury o'clock, was given up to the reports without an act of the legislature. The of the executive committee and the money will be returned by the state as state board of examiners, after which soon as possible. This action pro- president, Dr. John C. P.lair, made vides a means of tending the Kentucky lils report and delivered the animal address. troops to the front fully equipped. ghth schedule of assets or liabilities in either case. The Sour Mash Co. was incorporated in 1SS0 anil is capitalized at SloO.OOO. The M. V. Monarch Distilling Co. assigned June 3, 1S'.7, antl its affairs have since been in litigation. Until recently M. V. Monarch and his friends hoped he could save himself and his other corporate interests. of Louisville. lie received his early education in the city schools here and as a ichoolboy became famous locally as a left handed slugger. It is said that he never allowed himself to be u hipped in school day scrimmages and since grown up to manhood he has lost none of his courage. His wife is now living with her brother, Dr. Samuel James, of this city. Commander Todd's relatives are naturally very much distressed over the ending of the Cardenas attack. Capt. Michael G. Hauer Dropped Dead. Louisville, Ky., May 17. Capt. brother of having been born and reared in this city. He is a Todd, Hills Incorrectly Enrolled. Fiiaxk foist, Ky., May 13. According to the clerks in the ofiice of the seretary of state a large number of bills passed by the late Kentucky legislature have been incorrectly enrolled, and all kinds of complications are predicted as a result. In one instance where the original bill purported to amend section 43 of an act, the enrolled bill makes it amend section 4. Another in its title gives the year SOS instead of lS'JS. Gov. l'.radley vetoed several measuics because of similar defects, but it tipptars that many became laws either witn or without his signature. moving of the troops caused immense sui plies to be shipped Sunday from the government depot at leffersou-viilKarly in the day orders were received for several hundred escort wagons to be sent to Sa Francisco, to go from there to the l'hilippines. 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 Chiekamauga and Tampa, to go from there to Cuba. tiood-ICto the Legion. Lorisvu.i.i:. Ky., May 13. The .Louisville legion, 1,200 strong, left for Lexington at 1 o'clock Friday. The order was issued by Col. Castlcman for the troops to assemble at the armory 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 the people turned out to say good-bto the y y I.oiivii.i.i:, Ky., Supplies Shipped From .J lTersonvEle. May Id. The rapid e. boys. Ordered to Xahhville. PiNKVii.i.r., Ky., May VI In 1S00 Dr. J. I. Smith, of this city, sueccsifully passcd the examination at West l'oint for a position in the standing army as surgeon. At that time there were no vacancies and Dr. Smith's name was placed on file. He heard nothing more from it until Wednesday, when he received a telegram ordering him to report at Nashville, Tenn., at once. Dr. Smith left for Nashville Thursday. KnliKtmenls From Henry County. Emixkxci:, Ky., May 14. Ten of Eminence and Newcastle's bravest men left Thursday afternoon for Lexington, where they enlisted in the army. They are George Dutton, J. C. llighficld, Ashley Kelly, Harrj- - Gaines, Albert lloone, Tom Lacy, Charles Martin, Ed lillegood, Carly Mahoncy and Lawrence Mathews. A large crowd was in town to them olf. There is great enthusiasm. Michael G. Uauer, secret service agent for Kentucky, dropped dead in front of the custom house Monday. Several days ago Capt 1'auar had a hemorrhage of the lungs, but Monday morning was as well us ever. When near the entrance to tlia government building he fell, blood issuing from his nostrils and mouth. Death soon followed. Capt. Uauer was about 57 years of age nnd one of the most noted secret servMust Give Them Up. FnANKror.T, Kv., May IS. Cant ice men in the country, being mainly Kersey, of the Frankfort company, 2nd instrumental in running Miles Ogle regiment, came down from Lexington and the famous Hrokway gang of counTue.-dain search of several of his terfeiters to earth many years ago. lie soldiers, who left Lexington after be !iad been in the secret service for 20 ing rejected by the surgeons, and took rears, though not continuously. their uniforms and guns with them Capt. Kersey served notice on them Third Keglmeut to Ite l'resented With a Fias. Tuesday afternoon that the guns and Dowi.ixo Green, Ky., May 10. The uniforms must be returned by Wed people from all the cities of southern nesday morning or they would be ar Kentucky that are represented with a rested. company of soldiers in the Third KenTney Deny It. tucky regiment, now encamped at LexCamp Coli.ieu, Lexington, K3., May ington, nre raising money to prcsjnt 18. The j ublished report that a statu the regiment with a fine regimental of dissatisfaction exists among the o.f- - tlax before it is .sent away. Each city ficers of the Third regiment and that will contribute its pro rata and mo?t there is likelihood of these olliccrs re- have already raised the money. The signing is round!- - denounced by them Hag will cot S3'J0 and a committee as absolutely false. Col. Smith and from each city represented will ba aphis stall' feel that they have been done pointed to go to Lexington antl make an injustice by the publication of these the presentation. reports and deny that any disruption Not a 1. bet. anywhere exists. Louisville. Ky., May 17. Judge A Chance for Civilian. Louisville, Ky., May IS. Lieut. W. Toney dismissed the suit of Councilman Charles Cimiotti against the Falls R. Johnson, United States navy, Mon day received advices from Washington City liillposting Co. for 55,000 damages, that in a few davs the government will l'he company used yellow posters and provide examinations for men desiring large type, giving the names and to go into the army as second lieuten amounts of debtors. Cimiotti was one The court deants. This will be the first opportun Df the unfortunates. ity in years that civilians have had to cided that it did not constitute a libel. A similar suit of Emma M. Unrtman become lieutenants in the army. The against the American salary is from SI 14 per month up. Co. was also dismissed. No Colored Man Admitted. Lexington, Ky., May IS. Rev. R'ch-arGranted Three Days Furlough. Adams, colored, has registered a Lexington, Ky., May 10. Mustering kiclc lie claims that when he visited Officer Uallanee has granted a three Camp Cirtlier he was admitted and days' furlough to all volunteers muscourteously treated, but that when he tered in, in order that they may go asked for admission to Camp IJradley, home again if they so desire before bewhere the Louisville legion is quar ing ordered to move south. tered, he was denied. lie says the ISlt-His Drains Out. sentinels words were: "My orders are I'aducaii, Ky., May 14. John to admit no colored man." a prominent young farmer of Drank Cinnamon. Sharpe, Marshall county, ton miles West Luiekty, Ky., May IS. from the city, committed suicide FriPevton and Stephen Jones were day, blowing his brains out with a killed Monday by drinking cinnamon shotgnn. No cause is assigned. It is said they drank several bottles of the stuff and were soon after seized They Did Not Figlit. with convulsions. JUeuical aid was Laweenceiil'EG, Ky., May 17. A summoned and everything possible report spread that Dr. C. D. Purdue and was done to save their lives, but both James C. Gudgel engaged in an alterdied in a few hours. cation lately dftl them an injustice. They had no fight. Loth are highly Dewey Hay at Lexington. Lexington, Ky., May-1The cham- respieted citizens. ber of commerce at its meeting TuesNew Master Commissioner. day night arranged for a celebration Hoi'KiNsviLi.E, Ky., May 10. Circuit of the victory of Ad 111. Dewey on Sat Judge Cook has appointed Frank urday next, on which date excursions Rives, a prominent young attorney, will run from all points in central master commissioner of Christian Kentucky. There will be a mammoth county, vice Judge T. J. Morrow, 'deparade of soldiers, secret and public ceased. societies. y Credit-Rating d Lexington, Ky., May 17. Col. Castle-mahas received the following from Editor Henry Watterson: "My Dear Sir: I wish to say for my fon, Harvey Watterson, a minor enlisted as a private soldier in the First Kentucky regiment, that he did so with the full knowledge anil approval of Mrs. Watterson and myself. Sincerely Henry Wuttenton'4 Son. n "Hkxrv Watterson." Col. Gait her' Staff Complete. Lexington, Ky., May 14. CoL Gaith-rr'- s stair is now complete and will be mustered in on Saturday, as will the several companies. Edgar L. Urown, of Cincinnati, who is to be sergeant major to CoL Gaither, arrived Friday night. Arthur W. Sharpley, of Frankfort, also arrived Friday night to serve as adjutant to one of the battalion majors on Col. Smith's staff. In an interview Fridaj- - night CoL Gaither btated that the election of lieutenant to the Paris company has been set aside and that Gov. IJradley will fill the vacancy by appointment. This insures Charlton Alexander the place Hied of Lock j .nr. Shemiyvili.k Dki'ot, Ky., May 12. I.yland, the son of Dr. li. D. Tratt, a prominent physician of this place, died Wednesday morning of lockjaw. While playing he ran a nail into his foot, but no attention was paid to it at the time Three days ago the dread disease manifested itself, and despite all medical skill, resulted fatally. Kentucky Sons of Veteran. Louisville, Ky., May 12. The Sons .of Veterans of Kentucky arc in session here and are transacting business behind closed doors with great secrecy. seven-year-ol- d Ei.kton, Ky., May 12. While climbley has respited William Tntt, who ing a rail fence with an old musket was to have been hanged at Mayfield the son of Shennock Harris was by the discharge of the May 20. The respite is for 30 days. It is claimed that new evidence in his Weapon. favor has been discovered since his Another Kcntuckian Honored. Washington, May 14. The president trial, and the governor will investigate this. has sent to the senate the name of Kentucky l'o-i- mast era. Gordon Vorhees, of Kentucky, to be May 18. The following an assistant adjutant general with the Washington, postmasters for Kentucky were com- rank of captain. missioned Tuesday: L'mecrcek, PuPostmaster at Mlddlesboro, Ky. laski county, Columbus Randolph, vice Washington, May 17. The senate P. Bullock, resigned; Magan, Ohio Monday afternoon confirmed the noTn- county, J. II. Roach, vice J. It. Ralph, ination of L. V. Colson to be post--t resigned. master at Mlddlesboro, Ky. Third l'enusylvania at Chiekamauga. New Kentucky Post Office. Chattanooga, Tenn., May 18. The Washington, May 14. A post office Third Pennsylvania volunteer infan- has been cstablish-- d at Shelly, Grayson try, CSC officers and men under com- county, and John R, Conklin appointmand of Col. Robt. Ross, arrived short- ed postmaster. ly after noon Tuesday and was taken on to the park a short time later. Nearly eight thousand men are now in SPANISH-AMERICAN the park. WAK Fhankfoiit, Condemned Man Respited. Ky., May 18. Gov. Brad- Disemboweled by a Musket Discharge. t New Yokk, May 18. A Paris cable dispatch to the Evening Journal de- First One Ever Fought in the Cause of Mercy and Humanity. clares that? Spain is imploring help' from France, Germany and Russia, offering in return for such assistance to Tho Same God Who Has Guided This Na tion Heretofore Will Not Desert It surrender to the powers named all When Encaged In a Noble Misin the Philippines, excepting sion Talmage's Sermon. Manila and its immediate vicinity. Dr. MavimJgenis, 100 years pf age, is the last survivor of the men who fought in thfc Greek war of Independence. He lives with a sister ten years older than himself. The son of the sultan of Zanzibar, who is in.'England, will remain in that country for some time and when lie returns home will try to introduce the ideas of English civilization among his countrymen. Most pertinent to the excitincr times through which we are now passing is this Vrmon of Dr. Talinarc. in which he proposes to cheer the people who arc saddened bv the horrors of war. Text: Psalm xxvii., 3: "Though war should rise against me, in this will I be confident." The rinsr of battle axes, and the clash of, shields, and the tramp of armies, are heard all up and down the Old Testament; and you find gedly sol- - Spain Appeal for Help. .!:(' .lll.t! Miisco. Iiinl .los'iiiia. an.l t'aleb, iiiid Gitk-oii-. and scoundrelly like Sennael.eri'.-- . and Slialma-ncseTin; and Nebuchadnezzar. 'high priest wo.'.! I staud at the head of the a: my and say: ''Ik-aO Israel, approach this day unto battle against your enemies; not your hearts faint, fear not, and let do not tremble, neither be ye tcriiiiod because of them!" and then the ollicers would give the command to the troops, saying: "What man is there that hath built a new house and hath not dedicated if.' Let him go and return to his house. lest he die in brittle and another man dedicate it. And wiiat man is he that hath planted a vineyard and hath not eaten cf it? Let him also go and return unto his I101.se, lest he die in tlu battle and another man eat of it. And what mini is .here that hath betrothed a wife and ha ill not taken her? L'jthitugo an.l ivturn unto his ouse, lest he die in l he battle and another man take her."' Great armies marched anil fought. In time of Moses and Joshua all the men were When Israel came out of soldiers. Hyypt they were f.00,000 fighting men. Abijah commanded 400,001). Jeroboam commanded S00,0U() men, of whom were slain in one battle. Some of thec wars God approved, for they for the rescue of oppressed nawciv tions, and some of them He denounced, but in all cases it was a judgment upon both victor and vanquished. David knew just what war was when he wrote in the text: "Though war should rise against me, in this will 1 be confident." David is encouraging himself in stormy tim s, and before approaching battles administers to himself the consolatory. Fo my theme is the "Alleviations of War." War is organized atrocity. It is the science of assassination. It is the convocation of all horrors. It is butchery wholesal.. It is murder glorified. It is death on a throne of human skeletons. It is the coi'iin in ascendancy. It is diabolism at a game of skulls. Hut war is here and it is time now to preach on its alleviations. First, I find an alleviation in the fact that it has consolidated the north and south after strained relations. It is '.'" years since our civil war closed antl the violences are all gone and the severities have bojn hushed. IJut ever and anon, in oration, in sermon, in newspaper editorial, in magazine article, on political stump, antl in congressional hall, the old sectional difference has lifted its head; antl for the first time within my memory, or the memory of any one who hears or reads these words, the north antl the south are one. I!y a marvelous providence the f amil that led in opposition to our government U0 years ago is represented at the front in this present war. Nothing else could have done the work of uuifieat'on so suddenly or so completely as this conflict. At Tampa, at Chattanooga, at Richmond and in many other plaeis the regiments are forming, antl it will be side by side. Massachusetts and Alabama. New York and Georgia, Illinois ami Lonisianu, Maine and South Carolina, northern and southern men wiif together unlimber the guns and rush upon the fortifications and charge upon the enemy antl shout the triumph. The voices of military olliccrs 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 antl Lee' on tho same side. The veterans in northern and southern homes antl asylums arc stretching their rheumatic limbs to see whether they can aain keep step in a march, and are testing their eyesight to find whether they can again look along the gun barrel tosuceessully take aim and fire. The old war cry of "On to Richmond!" and "On to Washington!" has become the war cry of "On to Havana!" "On to Potto Rico!" "On to the Philippine islands!" The two old rusty swords that in other day clashed at Murfreesboro and South Mountain and Atlanta, arc now lifted to strike down Hispanic atnbominations. Another alleviation of the war is the fact that it is the 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 people from starvation A and multiform maltreatment. friend who went out under the Hag of Red Cross two years ago to assuage the the suffering in Armenia, and who has bjen on the same mission, under the same Hag, in Cuba, says that the suffering in Armenia were a comedy and a farce compared with the greater sufferings of Cuba. At least 200,000 graves are calling to.us to conic on and remember by their occupants died. It is the twentieth century crying out to the nineteenth: "Do you mean to pass down to us the curse with which j'ou have been blasted? Or will you let me begin under new auspices and turn the island of desolation into an island Edenie?' It is a war inspired by mercy, which is an attribute in man imitative of the same attribute of God. In no other age of the world could such a war have been waged. The gospel of kindness needed to bj recognized throughout Christendom in order to make such a war possible. The chief reason why most of the European nations are not now bauded together against us is because they dare not take the part of that behemoth of cruelt', the Spanish government, against the crusade of mercy which our nation has started. Had it been on our part a war of eontjuest, a war of annexation, a war of aggrandizement, there would have been by this time enough Hying squadrons coming to this country across the Atlantic to throw into panic every city on our American seaboard. The wars of the Crusaders were onh to regain an empty sepulcher: the Napoleonic wars, with their 0,000,000 slaughtered men, were projected antl carried out to appease the ambition oi one man; of the 2.,000,00 slain in Jew ish wars; and of the 00,000,00b slain in wars under Julius Caesar; of the 1SJ,- 000,000 slain in wars with Turk and 50,- Saracens; of the 000,000 slain in wars of Xerxes; of the 20,000,000 slain in wars of Justinian, and the 32,000,000 slain in the wars of Genghis Khan, not one man was sacrificed by mercy; but in this war cverv 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 r. .'jSIO,-0y what-procesHispanic-American , str'dlnw principle 01 I which sni.or, ' you do." sniil tins w ill y. t ei''ir earth. Not only nal w'orl 1, the doom of lh reigning you ask Him to svnd some watt' will this unr free Cuba, but finally house of Spain was pronounced iu After the death of bis companion, tho will free Spain, l'.y what right does a t ncs of thunder which that night survivor said, the rain came in t dynrstv l;ke that - tarn7, and a corrupt rullod out over th i sea. a id sl;.l:ed his thirst and k- pi Another alleviation is the fact that court dominate a pi o;,le for centuries, h was taken to safety. wo have a God to go to in behalf of all him alive until taxing them to death, riding in gilded The survivor always thought it was in chariot over the necks of a beggared thos.- of our countrymen who may be answer to the message he bail sent to popu ation? There are 10,000 boys in in especial expesure at tho front, for Thank asking for water. It is no God, we have direct and instantaneous Spain "rowing up with more capacity we must admit the perils. to govern that nation than will the trillng thing for 100,000 young nun to communication with' the Lord 4 weak boy now in the Madrid palace ever be put outside of home restraints, mighty through Jesus Christ. HisorJF antl sometimes into evil companionconiliet is this pos'ess. ILfore in that faith we Many of tho braw of thu begotten Son, and of our imperiled may uvvr the Spanish nation will be ship. secure the rescue will on toward the time when a con- earth are not the goo.l of the earth. Is not that a mighty allevir.ti' ? stitutional convention will assemble To be in tlu sanu tent with thosa Until this coi.liict is ended let us o to establish a fiw: govornm nt. instead who have no regard for Go.1 or home; much in prayer for our bt lovcd counholy religion sometimes try. Do not to hear tiu-if the worn-ou- t dynasty that now let us depend upon t'.! The liberty of all slurred at; to be placed under the people. O.ir friendship of foreign calculated to make one reck- hope is in God. Out of nations atious, transatlantic as well as cisatevery mis: lantic, if not already establish d. is on less: to have no Sabbath, except such He has brought this nation to a SubbaJi a- - in mo.t ciieampnieuts better moral and financial condition, the way: and it can not be stopped. all; to go and so let us r.rav that He will lift no Napoleon HI, thought he had suc- amounts to hom:-.- Sanbath at in wherj all sanitary cessfully driven the principle out of out from observed into surroundings out of ffn.s valley 01 trouble unto higher mountain of blessing. I'rance, when on the second day of laws are arc ncv.r It is a mystery that just as this counDx'ct'inli'.'r. lS.'il, he rode down the where questions of health discussed; to invade climes where pes- try was recovering from a long seas-Champs Elys os of Paris, constitutiontilence holds ptsscssion; to make long of hard times, so many of our indusal government seemingly crushed under the hoofs of his stejtl. l!ut marches under blistering skies; to tries should now-- be halted; that bu , in tho did it stay crushed? Let the batteries stand on deck and mercy fields under ness men who thought they could r o shot their way to pay their debts and buil of at the on the heights above Sedan answer, fire, admust anil shell We up more prosperous enterprises and and the shout of 250,000 conquering thu.s exposed endow their homes with more advantthat hosts antl the letterof surrender to Em- mit especial those need care, and to tho Omn- ages should have to halt and wait unperor William tell the story. "Sire, My ISrothcr: Not having been able to ipresent God we have a right to com- til the perfidious oppressors of Cuba Hut individual die in the midst of my troops, it only mendbe them. Postal communication shall be turned back. interrupted, and letters started and national life is always clothe remains for me to place - sword in may camps or homes may not arrive witii mysteries, and we may make ourfrom your majesty's hands. 1 am, Your Majesty, your gcod brother, Napoleon. at the right destination; but however selves miserable by stabbing sharp interrogate with Sedan, 1 Septt mber, 1ST0." That mon- far away our loved ones may be from plying and the archy having fallen, then the French us. and however wide and deep the points, seas that separate us, wc may hold lasting questions of "Why?" cvfe republic resiunid its march. aiw Another iftk'viaticm is that the war communication with them via the "How?" and "What? and "Whet.?" While we must, of course, try to lie inopens with a great victory for the throne of God. A shipwrecked sailor was found floattelligent on all publio affairs, it is a United States. It took our government four years to get over the fiasco ing on a raft near the coast of Cali- glorious thing to do our duty and then fornia. While in the hospital he told fully and co ilidently trnst a!! in t! at Hull Run. A defeat at the start of his experience and sai I he had a comhands of God, who has proved liimsi If this j resent war would have been disheartening to the last and panion on the same raft for some time. the friend of our country from thu While that companion was dying of, time when the Spanish government would have invited foreign intervention to stop the war before anything thirst he said to hit::: "George, where fitted out an expedition to discover it. practical for God and humanity had are von going?" and tho dving sailor to this time, when Spaniards would If like to destroy it. been accomplished, antl would have said: "I hope I am going to God." prolonged the strife, for which we are hoping a quick termination. In the most jubilant manner let this victory of our navy be celebrated. With the story of the exploded battleship fresh in the minds of the world, it iv qui red no ordinary courage to sail iut'j the harbor of Manila an 1 attack the Spanish shipping. That harbor, crowded OF with sunken weaponry of death; to enter it was running a risk enough to make all nations shiver. I!ut Manila is ours, and the blow has shaken to the foundation the palaces of Malrid, and for policy's sake the doubtful nations arc on our side. For Commodoro Dewey and all who followed him let the whole nation utter its most resounding huzza; and more than that, let us thank the Lord of hosts for hisgiiiding and protecting power. "Praise ye the Lord! Let everything that hath breath praise the Lord?' Another alleviation is the fact that in this war the might is on the sitle of the right. Again and again have liberty and justice and suffering humanity had the odds against them. It was .so when Syrian hosts, who were in the wrong, at Apheck, came upon the small lvgim "tits 01 Israel, who were in the right, the It.ble putCoupons Redeemed April, 1898. ting it in one of those graphic sentences for which the boo'v is remarkXamc. . Address. Value able: "The children of ;rael pitched before them like two little Hocks of J II Nelson, Rultimoie. .Mil vs;a ? i'..Ti; kids, but the Syrians filled the Rcorsc I Hines. Wintk-M- . Tenn . av V.ll & Spencer. J.e.xlnston, Ky ji:..! whole country." It was so in the .i It .,.. i";o awful defeat of the Lord's people at Terry Crosthwnir, Lexington, Ky .tl ....Oi Gilboa and Megiddo. It was so recent- J.M...V: John Skaln Lexington. Ky Margaret Johiifon. Louisville, Ky avfl ly when gallant and glorioas Greece JtVi) !.. Simeon. Lexhigron, Ky ... was in conflict with gigantic Moham- Mollie 1". 11. Cox, iV medanism, and the navies of Europe Dr. F. Jolinson, HarrotM.tirg. Ky It. Ualtimore. Mil JL.tiI hovering about the Rosporui were iu Dr. W E Bannister, Lexington, Ky iVt practical protection of the Turkish : Harrington. Kalmoutli. Ky JU) government, fresh from the slaughter D B Cooil.'Lexliigton, Ky 21 ;m of 100.000 Armenians. It was so when Or A I Taylor, Lexington. Ky , StiO in 1770, the 18 colonics with no war M L Dou lliig, Burgin, Ky i.'-shipping and a few undrilled and poorly-c- John C Hedges, Lexington. Ky soldiers, were brought into con- E si Karick. Xieholasville. Ky lad !,V1 Itl.Tii test with the mightiest navy of all the J II Baker. Lexington. LyVSi IK.Ti; earth and an army that commanded A J Taylor, Lexington, Ky to.Ti". the admiration of nations. It was so George, Copelaud. Lexington. Ky VJJO I.M7 when Poland was crushed. It was so Catherine Lang. Louisville. Ky L U Milward, Lexington. Ky ir...K when Hungary went under. It has ivm '0S been so during all the struggles hereto- Miss Annie Knoble, Lexington. Ky IT fore for Cuban indepond nee. l!ut J M A John Skaiu, Lexington, Ky C Y Kreemou, Lexington Ky 111,"! 12.17 now it is our powerful navy M t John ns.it: against a feeble grou of incom- J S Bowman.Skaln. Lexington, Ky A Lexington, Ky 1S,"0 to. ' I petent ships, crawling across the Sarah Short. Sacramento. Cal l.sjti W,i Atlantic ocjan to meet our llotiila, Mrs C N Krans, Cincinnati. () T..71 which have enough guns to send them Susan Brown, Lexington, Ky I.Vm f. as completely under as when the Red Ziruft lt, Louisxille. Ky l.vm .:.t" sea submerge Pharaoh's army. It is Mrs Mary Golden, Lexiiiglon, Ky i.V so in these times, when only a few Lalon Biker, Harroilsburg, Ky 1VH) ."ij.t". thousand Spaniards at most can reach W II Kurd. Lexington, Ky ::i 17 two our hemisphere, and we go out to meet W II Ford, Lexington. Ky lli-W II Kurd. Lexington. Ky them with 125,000 armed men, to bo llil 1L ni.tT backed up s. ccdily with 500,000 more II L Stevens, Lexington, Ky F II X'oTton. Lexington. Ky 1L :u.i7 We do not have to ask for if needed. 29.02 l::.v any miracle, but only a fair shot at B l: Adkins, Lexingion, Ky K L Ilauni, Lexington. Ky I.17 1U0 the ships headed tiiis way. and time Maggie Smith, Lexington, Ky 2I.t7 HM enough to demolish tlum. This is one Mrs M (! Hutchinson, Lexington, Ky CIW of the casjs in the world's history J I) l'nreell, Lexington, Ky 1LV sera where might and right are shoulder to J I) Pureell, cLxlugtou, Ky liTiO 2CKI shoulder. B B Butler, Harroilsburg. Ky 21.17 11M Another a'leviation is in the fact Edward Woodford. N Mldilletou, Ky . 10.V) that such an atrocity as the destruc- Emll Itliarilt, Nlcholasvllle. Ky 10."H) tion of 200 lives in Havana harbor in Allen B Hawkins, Lexington. Ky 17.11 SJO time of peace can not with impunity M N 1'eaeoet. tltorgetowu, Ky 1U,"0 be wrought in this age of the world's V L Biehinoud, Lexington, Ky ., civilization. The question as to who Ed Lally, Lexington, Ky 100 1..V 20.1 did that infernalism is too well settled Dr. U. B. Cassedy, Le Grange, Ky William Watson, Louisville. Ky . to need 3113- further discussion. Hut r.iu 17.11 J71 what a small crime it was, compared O S Williams, Burgin, Ky .s Lancaster. 17.11 witn tne systematic putting in J C Thompson, Lexington, Ky Ky ,. U.SO MM to their graves of hundreds of Kate S Brown, Kate 5 Brown, Lexington. Ky 20.' 'JSi leavthousands of Cubans or S 20.1 l ing them unburied for the buz- Kate MBrown, Lexington. Ky Katie Feenv, Lexington, Ky j:a zards to take care of! If Spain could George G Curl, Georgeton, Ky x;a) 17.lt destroy 200,000 men, women and chil- R T Collins. Georgetown, Ky 7jVi ,, 17.lt dren, the slaughter of 200 people was Harry McCarty, Nleholasville. Ky l...0O not a very great undertaking. Hut MeFerrau Crow, Versailles, Ky 8 17.11 this one last deed will result in the Shookum Gulch Tool, Lexlugtou 17.lt liberation of Cuba, and the driving- - of Shookum Gulch Tool. Lexington. Ky S.50 17.11 Spain from this hemisphere and the Shookum Gulch Tool. Lexington. Ky 17.11 overthrow of that government, which Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky AS) 17.it will soon drop to pieces if it does not Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington. Ky 17.11 SM go down under bombardment of in- Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexlugtou, Ky XJ) 17.41 Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky...... 17.41 sulted nations. SM J C Thompson, Lancaster, Ky 17.11 M There was danger that the Miss Theo Hemphill, Lancaster, Ky 17.11 8J0 oppression of our neighbor;, in S..0 17.11 Cuba might be continued from genera- Milton Johnson, Maysville, Ky Lcxiugton, Ky JOO 1.V0O to generation without sufficient John T Shelby,Lexington, Ky tion John K CM 12.:7 protest on our part and the pronounced John K Allen, Lexington, Ky Allen, cro 12.T.7 execration of people on both sides of. W W Quinn, Nicholasvlllc, Ky CM 12.57 S V Fry. Lexington, Ky ;.. the Atlantic, but that bursting volCJM cano of destruction in the harbor of Geo W Fitzgerland. Georgetown, Ky CM 12 57 Havana fired the nat'on and shocked J H Baker, Levlngtou. Ky G,0 121 , 12j7 i'iM the whole civilized world. All nations J H Baker, Lexington, Kv r.;x) 12.T.7 will learn that such an act can not be J II Baker, Lexington, Ky Johnson t Nelson, Baltimore, Mil 6JM repeated without the anathema of Lowry, Newport News, Va CM ill Christendom. 'As individual crim- John Campbell, Fortress Monroe, Va A. F. CM inals must be punished for the Wm II Arrlugdale, Newport News, Va CM 12.57 public good, and we have for them D B Good, Lexington, Ky. . WM 122.00 courts of Oyer and Terminer, and pen- White estate, Lexington, Ky JCM i:u.co itentiaries, and electric chairs, antl Good A Co., Lexington. Ky 1CM 132.00 hangman's gallows, so governments A L Marshall Lexington, Ky 120.0J 4'M committing high crinus against Dr David Bennett, Lexington. Ky ICM 132.09 God humanity be W D Finch, Danville, Ky and must tVX) 12UJKI scourged and hung up for the W D Finch, Danville, Ky r.jj 12WU world's indignation. When in Span- A L Marshall, Lexington, Ky 12 M 120.00 ish waters our battleship, look Lnlle Slide. Louisville, Ky !.50 i:0.0 ing after our commercial interests and Jl B Good, Lexington, Ky ijZO 12D.0O intending nothing but quietude, was Joliusou, Nelson, & Co., Lexington, Ky.T. JLM 12C0O hurled into demolition and the men on (1,101 00 W16,(K .'. board, without time to utter one word Profits over cost 42.252.Gt' f prayer, were dashed into" the "ct.-rVibf-rTyI::.-tire1 ts -1 11131 " Smflun Mutual LEXINGTON, KY. not Co? PLAN LIFE INSURANCE REVERSED. $97,000.00 Paid in Maturies. $36,000,00 Reserve and Surplus. 1 Con-gil- l . I Uo-!- s - V 1 -- -- lO-- W d 12-- m - ,A. SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary