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Jfntered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky as Second Class Matter: 1 9 NUMBER 9 ' TA Li.IN A RT"fiYR 1V.1i, "FRIDAY the genuine 9 MAY 27 1898 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: flM per Year in Advance. Cultivators AND IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. oooooooooooooooooooaooooooooooooooooooooooooooc 00000 Stanford contest, June 17th. Strawberry supper at Pleasant Grove tonight. Go. Buy "ice from Northcott and it will be delivered daily. Bring in a dollar for the Record. Ice wagons have made their appearance. The best two horse market at G. S. Gaine? agon on the Double Shovel Plows. Screen Doors, Coolers Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers. I would like to do your plain sewing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. st See J. B. Jennings line of samples before you have your spring suit mad Vacation will soon be here, and th New stock shirt-waistuds, shirtmersets and belt supports at J. C. heart of the small boy teateth waist rily. . Thompson. i Egg's rc- - Hatching. Headquarters for Deering Binders, From prize wining Black Minorcas Mowers and threshing machines at G R. L. Elkin 15 eggs for Sl.03. S...Gaines. home-mxde J. R. HASELDEN. Lancaster, Ky. Col. W.G. Welch. h Look To Your Interest. Spanish Tobacco l'laiits. buggies on the mar Best Zinmer's Spanish, the finest tobacco at J. B. Ely's Paint Lick, Ky. GenSim 1$. An ket known. Plants for sale. eral repairing and horseshoeing a derson, Lancaster, Ky. 3m. specialty. Give us a trial. Notice. Stanford. welce mm, No driving will be allowed Cemetery on the afternoon of W. I. Williams, Lancaster. tion Day. This order will be S. 15. Henry. enforced. Attorneys at Law, LANCASTER, KY. All business attended to promptly. BSAZLET & BAUIrEMAN. EM- FUNERAL DIRECTORS, ARTERIAL and CAVITY BALMING a SPECIALTY. Furniture, Carpets, Lancaster, Ky. &c, 1 KflPairs lyU In order to clean up this lot of Samples we offer the entire lot for $2.50. Don't miss this opportunity to buy shoes. ULISIIA UUNN, Want to Close at Seven. Boones Creek, Ky. 2t The clerks about town are preparDecoraMust Stay Out. to circulate a petition asking the strictly ing The trustees of the Cemetery have merchants to close at 7 o'clock in U12 Supt. evening during the summer. issued an order prohibiting the drive- ing of h jrses into the enclosure on Rev. E. 1$. Mahoney will preach at Court Day. public days. This order will be strict Mt. Tabor the first Sunday and SaturThe pretty weather Monday kept ly enf ireed. It is a nice move, for the day afternoon preeeeding in June, and the farmers tilling their land and few lots are ran over, grass trampled down on came in to court No stock whatever will also preach at Preachersville and, leiides if J a horse runs away the Second Sunday and Saturday be- was on the market, and if any one there's no telling what damage would fore. wanted to buy, they kept the fact result quiet. The day passed off quietly, Strawberry Supper. Loungers. disorDon't forget the strawberry supper there being no drunkenness or Marshal Walker has been ordered by to be given by the ladies of the Grove der. the Council to keep the little negroes church tonight. Admission only 25c off the streets. This is a wise move, S. I). Rothwell Hurt. and you will be g'vjn all you can eat. While working on a scaffold at Drip- and now if they will issue a. similar Patronize a noble cause. ping Springs last week, Mr. S. D.Roth-wc- order in regard to loafing white b:3's lost his footing and fell to the and men who lounge about the streets Ilamleoinc Map. ground, a distance of ten. feet. He all day, stare at ladies and discuss othThe L. & N. railroad company has struck on his shoulder, dislocating it. er people's affairs, the Council will be issued a handsome and excellent map Medical aid was quickly summoned given a vote of thanks by the commushowing its lines and connections, and and the injured man made easy. He nity at large Some of the white loaf also a splendid map of Cuba. This of- is up and about now, but the fall gave ers arc worse than the negro boys. fice is under obligations to the passen- him a jar which will annoy him for Soldiers Here, ger department for a copy. some time. As soon as mustered into the United States service, the officers and men are To Join the Army. Notice to Taxpayers. Capt. Mike Salter took ten more men allowed a shor,t furlough. The fol Taxes are now due the City and all are respectfully requested to pay same to Lexington to fill out Capt, Duncan's lowing took advantage of this oppor at once. The penalty will soon be ad- company. They tell a good one on tunity to come home and see the folks. ded and it will be to your interest to Capt. Mike. It is said that when he Licuts. Farra and Wheritt, Privates pay j'our tax now, arrived at camp the officers of several Chasand Wm. Walker, Kcl Burdett, McGrath, Wm. E. M. Walker, M. a L. other companies needed recruits and Kirk Kerby, Dick stole some of Salter's men. None were Marksbury, and the cook, Jim Wiggle. Dauville Steam Laundry. in uniform, so Salter had a time in They all hustled back to camp early ' Smith & Currey, Agents for Danville keeping enough to fill the vacancies in Tuesday morning. Steam Laundry. We ship every day. Duncan's company. He was never Teachers Examined. We send y and deliver able to find the stolen men and was Miss Elisa Lusk tells us there were Satisfaction guaranteed. Work called pretty hot 'til it was found he had fourteen applicants for teachers' cer for and delivered. if enough without them. tificates examined Friday and Satur- diy. Or the number, thirteen were ladies and one man. Until report of the examination is made, it can not be stated as to how the applicants came out, though Miss Lusk says she never saw .better ex imiuations than the ap plicants stood. The colored teachers will be examined today (Friday) and tomorrow. Soldier Boys. Several membars of the Lancaster company cime home on furlough before leaving for the south. They say reports of their fare at Lexington have been greatly exaggerated. They have been well treated and fed. While of food was not handcourse canary-bir- d ed them on silver salvors, yet what they got was as good as any soldier ought to expect. Their uniforms and guns have not been issued, 'but these will be furnished at Chickamauga. Its This Way. When you ask an editor to suppress an item of news because it does not Fine Tennessee strawberries at H. suit you, then go and ask your grocer B. Northcotts Saturday. to exclude pickles from his store be The greatest Disc Harrow on the cause you can't eat them, or your butcher to quit keeping bologna bemarket, at G. S. Gaines'Ax cause it goes against your stomach. Notice. There is just as much fairness in one as in the other. News is the editor's To save cost, call and settle with J. G. Sweeney. stock in trade. So are pickles to a grocer and bologna to a butcher. J. A. Beazley & Co. have a large and Soldiers Decorate Monday. wall paper. Prices handsome line of to suit the people. The old soldiers, both Coufederate and Federal, will meet in the Masonic Prof. Gowen gives a general review Hall Monday at one o'clock and march work here on page four. from there to the Court House where of his school lie hews to the line. speeches will be' made by prominent men. At the conclusion of the speakNotice. I have new tomato and cabbage ing, the veterans will march to the Cemetery and decorate the graves of Geo. Smith plants for sale. all soldiers buried there. Those in Stolen, .from Bdous Creek, last Wed charge request all who will contribute nesday night, a bay Texas mare about flowers to send them to Masonic Hall 14 hands high with brands on left before dinner Monday, and also ask shoulder and hip, also a star in fore the good ladies to come then and arhead and foretop cut off. A libsral range the flowers into suitable reward will be paid for her return or All old soldiers are expected to any information of her. join in and assist in these ceremonies. G. & Gaines handles Brown Cultivator. 2 In making your purchases dont forget to call for tickets, which will entitle you to one of our premiums. The above cut represents one of the many on exhibition. alamalaaB.ajai aaal AAA smM in the In Fine Shape. Mr. J. Mort Rothwell came down from Dripping Springs Saturday and tells The Record that the work of rebuilding at his resort has about been completed. All the old houses were torn away and splinter new ones erected. The hotel proper has many large, airy rooms, and broad verandas extend around the entire building. Mr. Rothwell has had ten carpenters at work for some six or eight weeks, and the work was pushed rapidly. He has purchased new carpets and furni ture for the rooms, and no hotel will be neater or better appointed than wilMe famous old Dripping Springs. Mrs. Rothwell will have supervision of the table, which fact insures this department to be second to none in the state. K. P. Decoration Sunday. Garrard Lodge, No, 29, Knights o Pythias, will hold its annual decorat ion exercises Sunday afternoon. The members will meet at their hall prompt ly at 2 o'clock, and at 2:00 sharp will march to the Court House, where the usual ceremonies will be held. Rev. neary Faulconer will deliver the oration this year. The public is cordially invited to witness these cere monies and hear the oration. At the conclusion of the Court House exercises the Knights, preceeded by the Lancaster band, will march to the Cemetery and decorate the graves ol the brethren sleeping there. The K. P. ceremonies are beautiful, and the members are working now getting each part down nicely. To Chickamauga. Big Cut in Ladies', Misses', Gbildrens Shoes and Oxfords We are anxiou3 to CLOSE OUT OUR SHOE STOCK .... and will give you ll Zeiglers $3. and $3.50 shoes for $2. $2.25 shoes for $1.50 Men's Boy's ai (Mita's ClolMni at Half Price. . Our line of Dry Goods is Complete AND PRICES VERT REASONABLE. THE Men's Sample Qflfl LOGAN DRY GOODS COMPANY. Unreasonable. Shoes left out of OUU - These are First Class Goods bought of the Mason-CobCo Auburn, Maine, who failed some time ago, at big discount. Regular price of these goods, is $4. $4.50 $5. and $6. b JCM B.,TITSC C3- - We are offering a big lot of odds and ends in Ladies, Misses, Childrens Oxfords from 50c to $1.25 Hot Weather Clothing. We have everything in this line in keep ymi cddI. Crash suits $2.5Dtn $5 Iiargeline all wnnl Crash, suits, 7.50 Black and Blue Serge Coats andVests3 $3.50 to $4,50 The' Show. circus drew only a fair size crowd to town Friday, the weather bluffing off the people. The dyspeptic show carries no animals, but gives and it's undivided attention to- the ring show. The performers were the best we ever baw, and seme of the featswere remarkable Of course the band was good no circus ever had a poor band. Those who attended got drenched by the rain, but they were noon and funeral services conducted amply repaid by the excellent per by Rev. Faulconer in the Presbyterian church. The deceased was a Miss formance. Cochran, and was born and reared in Another Circus. this county. She possessed all the We understand Harris' Nickelplate traits which go to make a noble, chris Shows are booked to appear here ear tian woman, and was a great favorite ly next month. We hope it's true. with all who enjoyed her acquaintance. We would rather see a good, She leave3 to mourn with her bereav circus than attend the finest opera ed husband, two children. They are ever put on the stage. And we believe Elsie, aged 12, and John, aged 10. the average person feels the same way, Their relatives nave the though try to put on airs and make sympathy of all in their sad affliction light of the tented affair. Whenever At the conclusion of the services at the church, the remains were followed a man tails you he has no desire to see by a large procession of friends to the the elephant, watch the trained po- Lancaster cemetery, where the inter nies, hear the clown or look at the old ment took place. gal in soiled tights jump through the The Myal ia the luffcest fTMle baUaf pawaar hoop, just set it down right there that aaa Iiiim. Act I testa aaaw K that man is telling you a lie cut from tfclrtf farther Umm my ttkw braa. whole cloth. Cooper & Co's. flja-bitteg one-rin- g heart-broken The second Regiment, of which the is a member was Lancaster ordered to Chickamauga and went to that point Wednesday afternoon. Ihe men had not recei.ved their uniforms or guns, but will receive thes3 at the new quarters. Lieut John M. Farra, who was here Sunday, tells us the gen eral impression is the boys will remain at Chickamauga for at least three months and then probably be ordered to either Marila or Cuba. He says that if the war is brought to a close even within the next month, thatU. S. troops will be needed in Cuba until a stable Government is established, ne says our men are all in good spirits and are delighted at the idea of going south. He says the boys ae slightly disappointed at not getting their uni forms, but they are happy as larks. S far no arrangements have been her spring school in the Mason district the 19th. made for; receiving the express and No prizes were offered, yet Miss Pearl mail off the night passenger trains. Aldridge was awarded a handsome The train service is excellent and, if gold medal for attendance and schol- the officials will only have the express arship. The grades of her studies and mail put off, they will soon find were as follows: Higher arithmetic 9S, that it will pay both departments. algebra, 97, rhetoric, 95, botany 90, There is no night agent at the depot physical geography 97. Thi is the and baggage is pitched off into the fourth prize and the second gold med- darkness to lie there 'til day. At a al Miss Pearl has received, and she is station of this size, it is hard to undernot quite 15 years of age. If she pur- stand why this is allowed. Letters sues her education as steadily in the have been written by shippers, busifuture as she has in the past, we be- ness men and passengers and this trouble will certainly be remedied speak for her much success. within a few days. If the express peoBadly Hurt. ple only knew what a drawback this Jas. I Hamilton was seriously injur- negligence is to them, they would d ed Tuesday night. He was in a make hot haste to remedy it. Mrs. Palmer. Death of with Tom Cecil and when near A telegram announcing the death of Hubble drove to a watering trough. The Lancaster Boy. Mrs. J. T. Palmer, at Richmond, crea Cecil got out and removed the bit so The roster of Company L. of Lancasted great surprise among the family's the horse could drink. The animal ter, Second Regiment, is as follows: many friends in Lancaster. Mrs. Pal became frightened and Hamilton, not Captain Samuel M. Duncan. mer had been ill only for a few days knowing the bridal was loose, jerked First Lieutenant Jna M. Farra. and a surgical operation became nec- up the reins. The horse started to run Second Lieutenant Not appointed. essary. She was unable to stand the and Hamilton rolled out the back of her last at 12:30 the wagon. He fell some distance and First Sergeant Claude G. Wheritt. strain and Second Scrgeaut Allen Burnside. o'clock Saturday. The remains were struck his head on a rock. A deep Musician Jamzs . Stivers. brought to Lancaster Sunday after gash was cut in the back of his head Artificer Charles O. Ware. buck-boar- School Closed. Miss Ida Mae Kelly closed and he was rendered unconcious. He was brought to town and physicians worked with him all night. The fall was severe and blood ran from Mr. Hamilton's ear nearly all night before it could be stopped. At this writing he is resting easy and the physicians say he will recover. Mrs. Hamilton, who was visiting in llroadhead, was telegraphed for and came on the night Wagoner James IL Rains. PRIVATES. train. Lecture oa Cuba. Rev. Edward W. Abbey, who was in Havana at time of the Maine disaster, will deliver a lecture on "Cuba; ner Stay and Her Hopes," at the Court House Monday night Rev. Abbey had frequent interviews with Lee, Captain Sigsbee and other officers of the Maine, and watchei the operations of the divers in recovering the bodies of the dead seamen. Conversations with Spanish officials and Cuban gentlemen gave him rare opportunities of learning the views and feelings of both parties in the dread work of devastation of the Island. Consultations with Miss Clara Barton, of the Red Cross Society, and scenes among the starving, gave him a vivid insight war. His let-- t into the ravages e jrs to the Northern press called forth from Henry M. Field, the eminent traveler and author, this editorial comappeal we have read ment: "The-beor sees anywhere for pity, for jostle and for peace." Reserved seats on sale at Storates drug store. General admission, 23c, reserved seats 35c. Counsul-Gen-erof-th- STRAW HATS. ALL STYLES ALL PRICES Eats at $1.50 and $2.50. The Latest out. See our New line of Pearl Hot Weather Underwear from 50cts to $2. a suit. Logan & Robinson. Capt. Bottom to Preach. Captain T. W. Bottom, the veteran auctioneer, t ills 'J hk Record he has retired from this pro.'ession and has been licznsed to preach by the Conference of his church. He will enter the field as an evangelist He has a tent 64 by 70 with seating capacity of 800, which he will spread at Cornishville, Mercer county, June 10th. About the 20th of June he will spread his tent at Herring's school house, this county. and move to Sycamore Valley, on Su gar Creek, the 5th of July. Capt Bot tom will be assisted by J. M. Robinson and E. S. Wilson, of Wilmoce. All are cordially invited to attend these meet ings. Aldridge, Hughes Bruin, James Burdett, Nelson Cheatham, J. L. Creed, Tyra S. Daly, Tilden Duncan, Everett Fielder, Major Foster, Albert S. James, Joe A. Ball, Albert Hall, Wm. C. Jackson, John Lawrence, Geo. B. Marksbury, Wm. I. McGInnis, Thomas Moore, Richard D Mnrpny, Zan Parks, Clarence Parsons, Frank Preston, Harry Pritchett, Oliver Purcell, Jonn D. Reynolds, Ex Roberts, Robert L. Root, Addison D. Scan Ion, Arceie Shearer, Caleb M. Shearer, Jack Smith, Clarence F. Sutton Harvey Taylor, Albert Walker, Charles J. Warren, Ashby M. White, Henry D. Barkley, James M. Barklcy, Richard T Carter, John M. Crank, James Curtis. Albert A. Davis, Louis Daun. Leonard L. Forbes, John W. Frailer, Samaal H. Gill. John C. Hall, Victor H. Hntchlns, Milton Kuhlman, Chas T. Ljnn, John G. Miller, John D. McGrath, R. A. Mnlllns. Smith M. Napier, Isham Newland, Albert L. Pennington, George Pritchett, John H. Preston, Howard T. Rains, Ulysses G. Riffe. Archil M. Robinson Harry B. Saofley, Rawon Shanks, Eugene Shearer, John b. Slaughter. JohnW. Sutton, John Sharpe, George H. Turpln, Wlllam Walker, Wm. D. White, Harris Wlthraw, John Wood, Jesse. ' K. gaath-b'n- d Nortk-b'a- d North-b'a- d C. Bruek Mixed, pastsLsncsstsr.il 36 x.U " Mixed, " " PaM'gr " 3:38 A. 1 Ar.S A. a. kwAl Miami rowee oo., mw vsmc Soatfc b'sd " "lias CENTRAL RECORD . W1ARKSBURY. LEAF. SAM JONES. The W. C T. V. Convention. The beautiful towns of Lancaster ap (Bine Grass Clipper) Corn is worth $2.00 per barrel in the Mrs. Bailie A. Harris is quite sick at peared at its lovelist last week when this writing with bronchial troubles. KTtnV WEEK BY This is some of Sam Jones' talks to crib here. the delegates arrived to attend the conQuite a nnmbcr of hogs have died re Mrs. Isa Daly has been very sick for vention of the 8th Kentucky district the woman of Henderson, Ky: LOUIS ItANDRAX. Publisher. several davs. "When God gives a man a wife and cently with cholera in this vicinity. of the W. C. T. U. The cordial welLANCASTER, KENTUCKY. come which each received from the re- six children he has done a great deal Our farmers took advantage of the J. C. Boner sold to Russei, of Dan ception committee portended a pleas for that fallow. But when he gives season and set out good deal of tobacco. ville, some butcher stuff at 3cts. per .$1.00 ant time which was fully realized as him a society woman and a poodle he yt ab. in advance. E. W. Norrls sold his bunch of 65 pound. " 50kkMonths. has thrown off on him.. These society hogs to Exrnest Woods for 3.70 per . .25 the days glided to rapidly by. " " J. W. Pritchctt sold to 11. V. Robin OR The convention began Tuesday eve- women shake hands with rue. I would hundred. son some shoats at 3c per pound. ning May 17th, with the first Grand as soon shake a dead fish's tail. I Mrs. C. B. Engleman and children Farmers take notice. Don't give 1898 Gold Medal Contest which has been wouldn't give one of your sock darn- Fill DAY, May 27, spent a few days at Bryantsville with any order for wire fence or fencing held in the State. About one hundred ng women for all the society woman her sister, Mas. J. B. Leavell. machines until you see L. B. Hushes, temperance recitations in various parts in the country. Between cutting off FOH CONGRESS. There is, nothing like keeping ia who handles the best on the market grand the top of their dress for the ball room of the district prececded this Some fellow in order to Call on or address L. B. Hughes, Marks- McCKEARY. Wc are authorized to announce consummation of the contest work. and the bottom for the bicycle these practice. Hon. James B. McCruaky, of Madison Young ladies from Madison, Laurel, society women will soon have no keep his hand in, passed through Dave bury. Garrard County Ky., or leave county, a candidate for Congress In the orders with J. R Hascldun Lancaster, A man said to a society Pullins field andstolc the teeth out cf Mi Congressional District, subject to the Rockcastle and Garrard counties were clothes left. Kentucky. in the c Jiitest, which was conducted woman: 'I hope I'll see more of you.' his harrow. action of the Democratic party. Prof, and Mrs. Evans, of Plneville, Orders taken for all Foreign or Domestic 3Iasizines or Newspapers. Paint Lick is getting on a boom. An by Mrs. R?selind Neabitt, of Mt. Ver She said: 'Come to the ball tonight'! among the visitors at the lork THOMPSON We announce J.B.Thompson a non. The medal was awarded to Miss Some people sny you shouldn't speak other new store has been opened there were by the Dem- Alborta Andcison, of Lancaster. candidate for that way before mixed audiences. You by Mr. W. A. Wallace, of Point Leav Sunday. Mrs. Iluh Leslie, of Mon tana, is visiting her son, Rev. W. M. ocratic party for Representative In Con The convention was formally open- old sisters wear a high collar, close ell, and the people can get goods at gress from this the 8th district. Kuvkcndall. Mrs. J. R. Haselden, of around your necks that's modest and theirown price now. ed May 18th at 9 a. m. in the' PresbyE.W. Lillard. Jno. B.Stont. Mrs. Annie Adams attended the Lincastcr, and Mr. hughes Aldridge, terian church by the president Mrs. comely But deliver me from the so 1 iik news, if it may be called news. May Patterson, of Lancaster. Friday of company L. Regiment No. 2, Lex ciety women who button their collars achers institute at Lancaster Devot received duriac the past week has ional evercises were led by Mrs. Ward, around their waist. You preachers and Saturday and we hope that she ington, Ky., spent Monday with the ;cn simply a lot of reports, followed of Livingston, after which a constitut don't talk that way, do you? You talk succeeded in getting a cer family of their brother, H. D. Al by immediate denials of battles on ion was adopted and the following about the sweet bye and bye. You tificate for she is one of the best teach dridjre. Mrs. Wm. Anderson has re the seas. Sifted down nothing re committee appointed. On Curtesies ought to talk about the nasty now and ers in the county She has just finish turned to the home of her parents, mains worth putting in tj'pe. The Mrs. Romans and Mrs. Robert Elkin, now. ed a three months subscription school Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kemper, from an IEADIN U. S. regulars arc still at Tampa, here and some little fellows that did extended visit to friends in Preaehcrs- M of Lancaster, Credentials, Mrs. Mara few which were landed with gart Gill of Lancaster and Mrs. Mary Another Cuso of Rheumatism Ciiretl by n't know their letters when they start ville. The boys of compmy L. came Chamberlain's Pain ltalm. supplies in Cuba. A large body of Smith, of ML Vernon. Resolutions ed could read in the second reader over from Lexington Sund'iy evening Many old soldiers now feel the ef when the school was out and remained until Tuesday morning. troops hare been sent to Manila, and Mrs. Ward, of Livingston, Mrs. Nes- Their Irien Is were de'i hted to ;ee tl eai jnore are ready to go. The volunteers bitt, Mt. Vernon, Miss Ida Tyree, fects of the hard service thev eudured c mtinue to pour into Chick a manga, lttsburg, Miss Amanda Anderson Lan during the war. Mr. Geo. S Ander One Minute is not long, yet relief is but felt very sad when they bade son, of Roseville, York county, Penn., obtained in half that time by the use them good bye, perhaps for the last and about forty thousand 'are now caster. ' who saw tho hardest kind of service time, if they should be sent to Cuba. there, being drilled and equipped for The report of Unions showed much at the front, is now frequently troub of One Minuto Cough Cure. It pre the field. vents consumption and quickly cures good work accomplished, reports were :- -: Late to bed and early to rise, pre The best information obtainable read from Danville, Lancaster, Mt. led with rheumatism. "I had a severe colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumonia clearly indicates that Admiral Cerve-r- Vernon, Berea, Danville Junction, attack lately," he says, "and procured la crrippo and all throat and lung pares a man for his home in the skies. bottle of Chambclain's Pain Balm. troubles. Stormes' Drug Store, lm Early to bed anl a Littlo Early Riser, and his fleet of war ships are bot- White Uall. Kirksville, Stanford and It did so much good that I would like the pill that makes life longer and tled up in Santiago harbor by the Nicholasville. to know what you would charge me better and wiser. Stormes' Dru American warships. Information to Mrs. Francis Beauchamp, of Lexing ORCHARD GROVE. Store. lm this effect has been received in Wash- ton, the excellent State president, at- for a dozen bottles." Mr. Anderson to will either have to tended the convention from the begin wanted it both for his own use and ington. Ccr.-crNothing of interest has transpired Mccreary. come out and fight or starve in his hi- ing and rendered valuable aid in male supply it to his friends and neighbors, since last week. as every family should have a bottle ding place. ing the discussions interesting and inThe Lancaster lady who would not of it in their home, not only for rheu Mrs. Jotih Lackey who has b:ea sick Tho invasion of Cuba will be delay- structive. be surprisedto hear of Sarapon's 11 jet matism, but lamo back, sprains, so long, was moved to her daugh'ei'. ed only until more transports can be Mrs. Mary Weisiger read a paper on being at three Forks Sagar Creek may cuts, bruises and burns, for Mrs. D. Gulley last week and it is hop secured. There are now thirty ships "Sabbath obserrance" that was greatly ere long realize her expectation sine in waiting, but as many more are nec- enjoyed, followed by discussions. A which it is unequalled. For sale by Kentucky River is now running up ed she will recover more rap'dly. lm essary. There will be two divisions of good paper entitled "Local Industrial R. E. McRoberts. Mm. W. A. Sadler who has been very stream as far as the mouth of Sugar the invading ar.uy, the first consisting work" was read by Mrs. Anna Fay. A sick is some better. Creek. Thirty-thir- d Annual Sunday School Con of the 30,030 troops now at Tampa, beautiful memorial service was held Mr. Lish Forbes has gone to Lexing Perhaps it is not known to many vention. New Orleans and Mobiki, and the sec- Tuesday morning conducted by Miss e Paducah, Kentucky, June II, 15 and 16. that in this county there is a little ton to see his brother. John, befo-- he ond of 45,000 volunteers. The first ar- Anderson, being opened by Mrs. M. G The Annul tate Convention of the lady who is z jhepheraess, In her child leaves for Cuba. Mrs P. G. Warner my of 30,000 will be made up of 19,000 Frost, who read a paper upon the life Kentucky Sunday-schoUnion will be hood when the lambkins were brought and daughter, Miss Lillie, spent last regulars and 11,000 volunteers. of Miss Francis E. Willard, followed held in Paducah on June 14, 15, and from the field in rough weather she week in Stanford visiting rclativvS TO Mr. and Mrs. Will Simpson and their by beautiful talks by Mesdames Elkin, I at Louit-vill- iiansod, Gill, Beauchamp and others. 16. A most attractive and practical would care for them and continue to daughter, Miss Irene, are visiting the Thk Buckingham theater, program nas Deen arrangeu. teu do so until finally she asked her fath is to change management and Mrs. Frost also read an able and family of Mr. Jerdon My res at Wil and experienced speakers will er's permission to have a herd of h name. A notice to this effect says the lengthy paper upon "Franchise for known discuss topics of vital import to Sunday ouo. She has been in the business sev more. Mr. Long and wife, of Marks- clianga is made in order to "secure the Woman", Mrs. Nesbitt read a paper on from eral years and besides the interest she bury, visited the latters father, Mr. patronage of a 'better class' of peo- 'Our Duties," Thursday afternoon School workers. The speakers M. Harden last week. A. F. Moberley abroad are Mrs. W. F. Crafts, of Wash has in caring for them she realizes ple," and to "elevate variety perform- which delineated some of the cares of primary snug sum of "Filthy Lucre" nearly al made a visit to Hubble the latter part ington, D. C, the ances from the dive level." The truth oflice. Miss Margaret Murphy read Rev. E. Morris Fergusson, of ways receiving a higher price than her of last week. Mr. Robt Hendren, of of the matter is the change is made in paper "Shall we study the child," teacher; N. J.. General Secretary of father. Whether or not it is natural, or Kirksville, was here Sunday. order to get the report abroad that which was very fine and widely dis Trenton. Jersey jjjj TO S.,S. Association; and acquired I do not know butoveryboiy the New tho place- is a littlo more decent, so cussed. "One Minute Oough Cure is the best Rav. I. B. Maxwell, of Savannah, Ga. loves her for her kindly and lamblike "more- old codgers can attend and watch On Wednesday evening tho Presby preparation I have ever sold or used girls in tights kick terian church was well fillel by an at Colored Field Worker for tho Inter disposition .Boys she donfc want any of and I can't say too much in its praise. the you. national Executive Committee. hih. Every sanctimonious old cuss tentive audience to hear the impres 'iho devotional services will be L. M. Kennon, Merchant, Odell, Ga. boy of Orchard A little that goes to Louisville watches his sive lecture delivered by Mrs. Francis charge lm of Rev. Francis R. Beattie, D. Grove fame heard some one speak of Stormes' Dru; Store. chance to slip into the "Iluck," but Beauchamp in her most graceful man D., of Louisville. Prominent among the ddgwood tree and tho kind "under a new and refined (?) manage- ner. bue held the wrapped attention Rev. E. L. flowers it produces. A few days later Prices Lower than Kvcr. ment" the old hypocrites can walk in of her audience for almost an hour, af the Kentucky speakers are Rev. C. Y. Smith,, and he came running to his mama with Tuilor made suits at S12.50 to $30. at the front door. The "Buck" has a ter which the lovely children of the Powell, D. D. H. T S. BEAZM2Y, Eager, of Louisville, some white flowers and said mama Satisfaction or no pay. You have paid wide reputation as a leg show and Kindergarten class rendered a charm Rev. Dr. J. $12 for ready-mad- e suits that were not ALL WOMEN nearly every man who goes to Louis- ing song in which the Stars and Rev. W. K. Finer of Hopkinsville, here is some dog flowers. Prof. J. E. Turner of Herschel, Rev. Should know that tho ville attends, and then tells his wife a Stripes figured prominently. The community is in a solubrious as good as Wanamaker and Brown "Old Time" Remedy, Miss Dr. J. M. Richmond of Princeton, and Teeth filled and extracted with lie about it. condition and every one happy be suits at $S, and their suits at $9.53 and Margaret Murphy, their teacher, Rev. W. E. Bryce of Shelby ville. int imin. Crown and Bridge $11.50 are equal to other $15 suits, be ork a spcclnlt '. Office over J. Ii. Haselde n'a should justly feel proud of her charm The music will be in charge of Prof. cause it rains so much. If the rain ing hardware store, next to Court House, Lancas, and beautiful in design The surgeons at Lexington weedel ing charges, for the boy of tcday is we ds will be in tl e continues-the ter. Ky. Charles Davis, who is training a chorus lead and thea the lellow who would and finish. The suits at $13.53 and $1" out so many state guardmcn who were the man of tomorrow. of Paducah singers. usually sell for $1S and $20, and their unfit fer service, that a message was work will be forced to roll his ORGANIZED 1883. Mr. Volney B. Cushing delivered in n't Delegates. Every Sunday-schosent to Washington asking that the temperance lecture Thursday at the sieves, pull off his sox and wade in $20 suit is the same of quality, such the State is entitled to one delegate and pull 'em. suits usually selling for $21. A con. examination be made less rigid. The Presbyterian church and one upon for each hundred members or fraction request was granted. The cigarette A number of persons wonder where parison of goods will prove that you 'The Lost Atlantis" at the Court thereof. U OF LANCASTES. IT. fiend fared worse than any other class House Friday evening. Orchard Groye is. If you will be pat- will save "some dollars by giving me Eentertainment will be provided fcr ient I will try to direct you so that your order. M. D. IIuguks, Agent of the volunteers, and the j'ellow com An elegant reception was given the all accredited delegates on condition -Capital, plected dudes were turned down by $100,000 you may easily locate it, z.n when the by the "Child's Culture WALLACETON. the dozen. , The ranks of the Louis convention College Thursday after that their names are enrolled on or be fruit is ripe you are welcome to come. Club" at the Surplus Tund fore June 13 with Rev. W. H. Pinker It is not on a railroad, or turnpike, 15,000 ville Legion were thinned greatly, and noon. Mrs. Eikin in her usual charm ton at Paducah. nenry Hamilton bought of Jno. Gab many pets of that organization wire hence some people are hedge 1 in BUSIS'KSS SOLICITED. ing manner gave a talk pertaining to Transportation. Is tho best for Fenals TnmMn. Corrects nil All the railroads given their walking papers by the but they are not the ones we bard a horse for $40. J Irregularities In Female Organs. Should be club, Mrs. McRoberts in the State have made a rate of one Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed Some o: our farmers who planted I taken for Chance ot Life and before surgeons. The Legion has one of the the work of the wouldent direct It is not on a hul Miss Shumate read papers and fare for the round trip on presenta i Planters "bid Time" Remedies havo stood the best commanders now in the service, and J. M. Hiogikboth.x President neither in a valley but go north from corn cany are complaining of a poor i test for twenty years. and Miss Murphy gave tion of credentials. ' and also has some good men in the Pres. Gowen a certain city via a certain turnpike stand. That which was planted only Madn only by Now Spcncpr Medicine Co., Cfcat- - Lnwia Y. Lxatell an interesting talk. After discussion of Credentials may be obtained from five miles, turn short to the right on a two weeks ago is coming nicely. ranks, but many are B. P. Hudson Cashier topics of interest all partook of the county officers, or from the State Sec dudes who ought to be at home riding Assistant Cash'r elegant refreshments served so grace retary at Room 19, Louisville Trust dirt road one and one half miles, and Beginning with Monday, the 23rd For sale by R. E. McRobjrts.Lancasttr W. O. Rionkt stick horses or trotting on mama's you are. We will look for you, inst, we now have a daily mail from there CD. Walkxs Bookkeerr fully by Misses Kinnaird and Shumate, Building, Louisville. knee. come oh, do come, we will be so dis- here to Paint Lick, instead of only The officers chosen for next year: Mrs. DIIIECTORS: as heretofore. The chang appointed if you dont The order of Uncle Sam to suppress May Patterson, president; Mrs. Rob I have been a sufferer from chroni new ani iesiraWe in T.M.HieaiKBOTHAX, HWI9 T. LS AVELL, What did John mean when he told was worked up by our popular clerk news of the movement of troops and ert Elkin, corresponding secretary diarrhoea ever since the war and have I.8.J0HX30X, T.M.AKS0LD, children to sin not" 1 John Mr. Thos. W. Soper. goes a little hard with the Mrs. Rosalind Nesbitt, recording sec used all kinds of medicines for it. At his "little some 3.C.AETT0LD, Jr. B. F. Hudson. On Sunday morning "Shep," a dog SPRING AND minister answer. Will ILXX.G.T.BB8, American people, who want to know retary; Mrs. Sam Ward, 'Jreasurcr. J.J.WALXXB one remedv that has been All went home charmed with the last I found S. M. Geary, Pearson, Mich., writes: belonging to James P. Soper, died ve news as soon as it occurs, but the the Jacob T. Robinson. a success as a cure, and that is Cham suddenly, it is supposed from poi ry SUMMER plan is strictly right Every move hospitality of the peope of Lancaster berlain's Cholic, Cholera and Diarr "DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is curing son. Seme of the bereaved family val y than all othmade in this country has been com and. vicinity and persuaded that the hoea Remedy. P. E. Grisham, Gaars more piles here C. T. U. will not ued him at $20, but, while he was mnnicatcd to the Spanish government noble work of the W. by R. E. McRob er remedies combined. It cures eczma good looking dog, we would have pre MILLINERY Give your Mills, La. For sale an 1 all other skin diseases." Stormes in some way. How it has been done languish in the district. erts. lm encouragement and aid, dear sister, to fered the twenty dollars. lm Dru Store. is hard to learn, but the spies certain Morgan Denmn.i Is a bay stallion. IS hands AT REASONABLE PRICES. Why is it. high. He is spiel .dldly brod, as a glance at his ly have means of letting the Dons into this noble work. STONE. pedigree will sho v. He will make the present all our movements. The result of this That fools are known by their much season of 1S9S ai our stable, on the new COME AND SEE US. Mrs. L. M. Crutchfield is on the sick speaking? Foul-Smelli- ng order is that the reporters arc com pike, h miles from Danville, My son was afflicted with rheuma list this week. pelled to write sensational messages That man will agree to do certain tism which contracted his right limb things and then not do them? without any foundation whatever. At $5.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Norman Grow bought of Tom Bar until he was unable to walk. After ker a calf at 310. Care takan to prevent accidents, but not reThat a certain man employs hands using one and a half bottles of Cham sponsible shouM any occur. The fact that Ensign Bagley was berlain's Catarrh is one of the most obstinate Hemp seed are selling at SI per bush at a stipulated price per day and when Pain Balm he was able to be andhonest-l- y diseases, and hence the most difficult Lien retained on colt3 for the season money. the first man to be,killcd in the Span about again. the work is done faith-'ullI can heartily recom el in this vicinity. Mares traded b .'fore fact is ascertained makes war creates a remarkaha wants a reduction of a nickle to get rid of. John nicks sold a good saddle horse mend it to persons suffering from There is bat one wav to cure it season money iue. ble coincidence. His father, Major or dime? The disease is in the blood, and all the Morgan Her mark .was fooled in 1889. He Is a few days ago at $65. Bigley, of North Carolina, was the rheumatism. John Snider, Freed, Cal by On Time, son of Stonewall Jackson; 1st dam That an editor knows how to spell, sprays, washes and inhaling mixtures houn Co., W. Va. For sale by R. E. bought a sow and pigs Frank Folger Successor to Lackey & Gulley. first Confederate killed in the late war, in the world can have no permanent Lady Morgan, by Stonewall Jackson ; 2nd dam and what the people would like to 1m from Elverton Lemay, at $10. by Virginias ; 3rd dam by Matchless ; 4th dam falling at Big Bethel church, Va., just McRoberts. read better than any bodyelse? Be- effect whatever upon it. Swift's Spe- First-Glacmc cures jaiarrnpermanentiy,ioritis by Transby. A good many acres of tobacco was be ore Bull Run. cause there's so many not en gage t only remedy which can reach the the Morgan Denmark is ono of the best bred sadFLATWOOD. set last week in this locality. in the business who know how and so disease and force it from the blood. dle stallions In Kentucky. Has good mane and Tun Cincinnati Enquirer published A. D. Ford sold 4 suckling calves to willing to tell him Ed. Mr. B. P. McAllister, of Harrodsburg, LIVERY STABLE. tail, and good, long, rangy neck. Don't fail to Mr. George Jennings bought 3,000 Eugene Berkcle, story Sunday and had Ky., had Catarrh for years. He writes: a see him Will also stand ONE GOOD MULE at $10 per head. That the Executive Committee of "I could see no Improvement whatever, JACK at $6.00 to insure. many readers believing that Sampson two foot boards for S3 per thousand, Rev. Bailey, of Richmond, will fill the Indianapolis Monetary amendment though I was constantly treated with sprays BAUGHMAX BRO'3. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, h vd destroyed eleven of the Spanish from James Uutchings. uuu wusncH. ana amor. 25 Ct. Danville, Ky. the pulpit at S.'Ott's Fork next Sun is sj anxious to have Congress pass a ent Inhaling remedies s'lips. Some of the daily papers tell a Dock Fox, of color, shot himself ac-- day. in fact. I could feel that REASONABLE PRICES. bill that will get the Money "Question-an- t each winter I tras worse lie with the ease and grace of a cross cidently in the left hand. He is seri than tho year previous. Lem Tcater bought'-bunch of of politics"? '1493-TBroads politician. ously hurt "finally it wa shoats from Clayton Preston last week. Dronehtto my notlc SPECIAL ATTENTION TO That the people of this, the grandMr. John Porter is quite sick at this at 3 4 c. that Catarrh was a blood est country on Gods footstool, The disease, and after thinkIf Admiral Sampson desires to do writing. ing over the matter. I TRAVELING MEN George Grow sold a fat cow to Bcnj Unite'd States of America, allow themeffective work he should cut the cable saw it wasun reasonable Mrs. Robert Boain died the 23 rd Robinson, to be to expect to be cared by running to Washington He has for delivered in two selves to be ruled by the "Money )MM0C ledies which onlv Sharks," "The monopolies' ? gotten more about war" maneuvering leaving f jur small children. weeks, at 8 cents per lb. reached the surface. I ( SURPLUS. CAPITAL thin the whole crew at Washington Mr. John K. West and Rev. T. H. John Teater bought a bunch of That man seeks to depend his broth 8. B. S., and after a fewthen decided to Itrv OT bottles were used, nojMo,oee.eo ( J65.eoe.oe. Campbell spent Tuesday, 24th, at Fiat- shoats from Mrs. Geo. Anderson, ever knew. 50 YEARS' er insteal of loving his neighbor as ticed a perceptible improvement. Continuing toe remedy, the disease was forced out of my EXPERIENCE wood. few days ago at 3 2 cents per pound. himself? ystem, and a complete cure was the result. LANCASTER, KT. Teddy Roosevelt has telegraphed dreadful disease to Liitue iom leaveu, oi color, was Will some one who can; kindly an- I advise all who have this Mrs. Rebecca Scott, of Jessamine, abandon their local treatment, which has never Roger Williams, at Lexington, that he climbing after a squirrel, when he fell swer the above? We want information. done them any good, and take S. S. 8 a visited relatives here, and attended can reach the disease and cure It." (Williams), can't play in his "rough" from near the top and was badly hurt preaching at Mt Hebron last SaturTo continue the wrong treatment for riders. Boo, Hoo. Uoo! Tell mama Mr. Andy Spangler took dinner at "Whooping Couch. A.R.Dennt. President. Oatarrh-i- s to continue to suffer. Swift's day and Sunday. Rev Bruce, Of Louno him, Roger. W. H. Furr's Sunday. Also Mr. J. F. Jno. E. Btokxks. Vice President. I had a little b.jy who was nearly Specific is a real blood remedy, and isville, filled the pulp'.t at Mt Hebron, Trade Marks Pettus took dinner at Mrs. Wbrrel's. Sunday. uiseoses, Wx.H.Kirnaikd, Cashier. dead from an attack of whooping cures uuouuHUi, Designs which other remedies have no effect r.vERV fellow who looks like a spy air. nenry Porter and wife, spent Copyrights 4c is to be a big fishing party at cough. My neighbors recommended whatever upon. It promptly reaches There 8. C. Dinnt, J. r. Robinson. Jb, Amrooe sending a sketch and description mar ought to be hung. Take the chances bunday at Mr. Geo. Miller's. quickly ascertain oar opinion free whether the month of Sugar Creek, the" first Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I did Catarrh, and never fails to cure even the lriTentloa is probably patentable. CommunicaAssfstsat Cash'r. on whether or not he is guilty. It not think that any "medicine would most aggravated cases. tions trlotly confidential. Handbook oaPateata Saturday in Jane. Everybody is invi would bo no sin or offense, whatever, K. T. Aaa't entiree. uiaeet agency tor eeconngpaiems. The Cuban question and political is- ted to come. Come, and yon will have help him, but after giving him a few Patents taken through Mann & Cu. recelro to hang a man that looks like a spy. ipteial notice, without charge. In the sues sink into insignificance with the a barrel of fun, and you will say it was doses of that remedy I noticed an imDIRECTORS provement, and one' bottle cured him only piles. is Purely Vegetable, and man If all of his seizures are validated most who suffers from relief. What he pood for me. to be. there. entirely. It is the best cough medi blood remedy guaranteed tois the no AaMaomely ulostratM weekly. Largest eftw Bam'l. D. CoehraB, J as BpllmaB, contain desires, is the DeWitt' "wiletln of way etentlSe loarnat. Terms. SB . CUBAN RELIEF cam cine I ever had in the house. J, Lb dangerous minerals. by the court?, Admiral Sampion al A AMrColic Alex. K. DOUBT. A. C. Robl&soBj year Toy raontM.fl. Bout By an newsdealers.. Witch Hazel Salve cures piles. Storages waWud Tootfcaeke Moore, South Burgettown, Pa. For Books Kailed.frae by Swift Spesifl ready has abru f 103,00) of' prize mon " W. B. Ceek, L. Derides, in Ave minutes. SourSteMch Drag1 Store. . lm ey ia sight E. McRoberts.- CespUata. Priee,-2- 5 Oats. sale by-lm. Oootpaay, Atiaote, Georgia. jBe.K.Sterme. ' PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH Mastic Mixed Faint. THE BEST BRANDS OF WMte Lead and Oil. We are Glad to Sell Either. McROBERTS' DRUG STORE. first-cla- Li llavcL S b ZOUZ, - BUGGISTS.J man mraws. Stationery, Paints, Oils, Etc. a, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. a Danville, Ky. swel-linrr- s. ALDWELL & LANIER SHOES. PLEASURE e, LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE. CA.ZDL well-know- n OUST TTSL TRUNKS andVALISJES. WE WANT SEE YOU - bandy-shanke- d Whether Yon Buy Or Not DENTIST. all-wo- mm raoNAi bank, curley-heade- d Everjllii vj.-s:1-s Morgan Denmark. Catarrh. Miss Sallie Tillett. W. H. LACKEY s ll a J L BUNK at 3km I utwp-Beat- &&S.Blood Iinr Scientific jMerkaM. ' IHIuS READY for BUIJXEJSS. PHAETONS, MRS. MOODY ULDRIEW. FRIDAY. May, 27, - NOW THE IIIST0JXY OF MOSES. My stock is complete and up to date, come get your hats, we can put them up in . Buggies. Surries style and price to compete with any town or city. ROAD WAGONS. Millinery. d Milesburg. Pa., C P. CENTRAL RECORD. 'IS.have Jones, DeWitt's Little writes: Early used Rises ever since they were introduced 1898. eeee6cccow PERSONAL. Little Miss Sadie Arnold is visiting here and must say I have never used any pills in my family during forty jcars of house keeping that gave such satisfactory results as a laxative or cathartic." Stormes' Drug Store, lm CoL W. S. Annie IlilL Miss Pearl Hill is visiting' relatives in Stanford. Mrs. A. II. Rice is visiting relatives near Danville. Chas. Frisbie has been in Louisville for a few days. Mr. M. D. Hughes has returned from Hot Springs Ark. Miss Alberta Anderson has returned from a visit to Lexington. Fred Frisbie has returned from a visit to Danville relatives. W. R. Marrs, of Knoxville, Tenn., was in the city this week. Miss Alice Hudson returned Monday from a pleasant visit to Danville. Dr. Spurgeon Cheek, of Danville, was here last week on business. Miss May Robinson, of Lower Garrard, is the guest of Miss Mable Roys-toMr. S. Jordan, of Nxholasville, made our city a visit the first part of the week. Little Miss Sallic Marrs Sparks, of Danville, is the guest of Miss Marga-rit- e KinnairJ. Miss Dave Harris has accepted a position as sales lady in J. W. Sweeney's dry goods house. Mrs. Susan Fisher and Miss Sue Herring visited the M Noel, at Danville past week. Uncle Dive Arjold and Mrs. Edna Wiluiore, of Nieholasvillc, have been visiting Mr. Will Arnold. Mr. Robert Walker and daughter, Miss Pearl, of Perrj'ville, visited II. A. li Marksbury's family Monday. CoL J. M. Layton, the widelj'-know- n stock man, was in town this week. His headquarters arc in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fox, of Richmond, were guests of Misses Addie and Bertha IJurnside the first of this week. T. J. B. Turner, who now resides in Nashville, was here this week looking after some business for the Hedge fence Co. Col. James Dillon is attending the G. A. R. meeting at Bowling Green this week. He went as representative of the local post Mrs. B. S. Gowen, of this citj is to be one of the judges in the Musical contest of the Blue grass Tournament which is in session at Richmond this week. She and Prof Gowen go to Richmond this afternoon. Messrs. Claude Wherritt, Harry Robinson, Will and Chas. Walker, Ned Burdvitt, Hughes Aldridge, Kirk Kirbv and John Farra got a furlough Monday to come home and bid their relatives goodbye before starting for Chickamauga. Mrs. Rosalind Nesbitt, who attended the W. C T. U. convention has returned to her heme in Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Nesbitt w .s a Miss Reppert, and at one time lived in Lancaster, her father having charge of the old Franklin Institute. Mrs. D. R- - Collier, of Lancaster, is the guest of Professor Dewces and family on Ilcadley avenue. She was Miss Mittie Hoskins, daughter of CoL William noskins, a wealthy citizen of Danville, Ky., and a a officer in the late war. Mrs. Collier is here with her husband and son, General Collier and Lieutenant, Will Collier Lexington Argonaut. was in town this week. County attorney Letcher Owsley is confined to his bed by malarial fever Mrs. Nannie McProom, of Madison, has been the guest of Mrs. Jno. Miller. W. O. Owsley, has Leen at home sick for several days. He is much better today. Mrs. Chas Norris and little daughter, Mattic arc here to spend the summer months. Miss Amanda Estes eavcs tomorrow for an extended visit to Waynesburg and Somerset. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Baughman, of Boyle, have been visiting in our city for a few days Mrs. Robert Elkin, Misses Francis Collier and Carrie Currey visited the soldiers at Chickamauga this week. Misses Mattie and Lizzie 1 hompson, Lizzie and Katie Simpson and Wm. Embry leave Sunday for Ilustinville to attend Commencement and make a week's visit. We were glad to see in Tuesday's Courier Journal the announcement that our good friend, W. M. Bogle, had been triven a promotion by the L. & N. railroad. He has been stationed in New Orleans for some years and has now been given the agency at Owensboro, Ky. Mr. Bogle is a of Mr. Wm. II. Wherritt and was L. & N. agent here several years. Judge M. D. Hughes returned from Hot Springs, Ark , Tuesday bringing the remains of his brother, T. V., who died at that place shortly after Judge Hughes arrived there. The re mains were interred at Stanford. The deceased was widely known in Lincohn, Garrard and surrounding counties and had many friends. He had suffered for a number of years from rheumatism, which was the direct cause of his death The Hot Springs Daily News say?: "Mr. M. D. Hughs of Lancaster, Ivy., arrived yesterday to attend the bedside of his brother, Mr. T. V. Hughes, propietor of Hughes' Mag nesia Spring, who has bsen dangerously ill for Eeveral days. Mr. Hughes has been a filiated forj'ears with rheu matism which has drawn his head al most to his knees and through all of which, as well as his late illness, he has borne his suffering with true heroism. We have on our floor two car loads of the finest and most comFerguson, of Covington, plete line of PHAETONS, BEG1ES, SURRIES and EOADWACOK3 Our ever shown in Lancaster. prices are lower than can be found anywhere. Our guarantee is bet ter. 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. Come and see us. No trouble to show goods. Carrlap Co., . J. BOMANS LANCASTER, KY. I FARM AND STOCK NOTES. 5,000 bushels corn wanted. J will give one dollar and seventy- live cents per barrel for 1,000 barrels of corn delivered at the Pilgrimage Distillery. Jno. W. Miller, Mgr. For sale, 6 Duroc Jersey pigs. V. J. Romans. Lincoln Items C. L. Dawes sold to ArVifc-Bronaugh a bunch of ycar- liigsatSll Mark Hardin bought of W. II. Murphy a shorthorn yearling bull for S30. O. P. Huff man bought of E. P. Woods some butcher stuff at 3 2c- - and of It. Cobb some at same price. He bought of Lynn & Allen some at S3.S5. Interior Journal. It is rare to find an Alderney which will not make a pound of butter a day, and her full bred calf will sell for from 30 to SCO as soon as born. Aldcrneys will eventually take the lead of all other cows for the dairy. Sheep and cattie do not thrive well in the same fields. The news says the wool clip in Bour bon this year will aggregate about 75.- 000 pounds, most of which has already been hough at 20c. Several crops of wheat have been sold atSl.'-- to SI. 3D and 40 plain cattle at 27. S. E. Parker, Sharon, Wis., writes: I have tried DeWitt's Witch Hazel Silve for itching piles and it always stops them in two minutes. I consider Witch Hazel Salve the greatest pile cara on the market." lm Storines' Drug Store. One of the truthful sayings in re gard to hor3e breeding is: "It is a mistake to expect a sire to prolucs a colt after his own style, and finish when the mare is of no style or type whatever. Up and down, that is the way with the bicycle and horse business. Only a few years ago the price of bicycles was very high while that of horses were low. Manufactures improved this time while breeders of horses lay quiet or slept What are the condi tions today? Just the reverse. Bicycles lowprice, horses high price. Plenty of bicycles, scarcity of horses. The old rule should always be applied. when everybody wants to buy ti.cm sell, and vice versa. Always breed good horses. The human machine starts bat once and stop? bat once. Yoa can keep it going longest an 1 most regularly by using Dd Witt's Little Early Bisirs, the. famous little pills for constipation and all stomach and liver troublea Stormes Drug Store. " lm As it is no objection agains t lam b sent to market nnder a year that they have not be in oistraied, tlurj is no reason why this operation should be performed on them. It is even a ques tion whether it would not be best to market all the male sheep, while lambs, and under a year old, and so get rid of this extra work and risk. A two year old wether is not so profitable as a 10 months old lamb. Under present con ditions of the live stoe'e business, the earlier and animal goes to market the more money it brings to the seller for the expense of rearing it The wether is now a thing of the past, if we are to consider the profit of it, after having been fed two winters. The most p: ofitable sheep now is that which has ntv ;r known what a winters snow or cold is, ani goes to market the same year it is born. If horned cattle are the most saleable at two or three years old, sheep should be the same nnder one year of age. Then we may no longer rua the risk, or go to the labor of castrating the male lambs. Ex. 1G Bab tomiiK child-birt- bl means pain, danger and em, i ( possime aeatn lor some wives. For others it means practically no discomfort at all. There is no reason why h should be a period It is a of pain and dread. Sev. liniment era! months before a to be apwoman becomes a plied exmother she should ternally. prepare herself for It relaxes the critical ordeal. the musThere is a prepara- cles and reuuu uiaue wmca is lieves the intended for this distension, purpose alone. gives elasticlne name of ity to every this wonderful organ conpreparation is j Mother's Friend. nearly all suffering. Best results follow if the remedy is used during the whole period of pregnancy. It is the only remedy of the kind in the world that is endorsed by physicians. $1 per bottle at all drug stores, or sent by mail on receipt of price. Free Books con taining invaluable information for all women, will be sent to any address upon application la Ths Bntfetd Regulator , Atlanta, danger childbirth, and takes away all cerned in and Co, Get One of Call at The chicks that are being raised now for pullets should receive the best of my store and we will ex care. To overfeed them will be worse than useless. plain. Market Quotation. Corrected weekly by TL B. Egg North-cott tta testers Free! J a"m still in the lead witli BEST GOODS. IiOWEST PRICES. Goods are all fresh. all. I can please DAILY, Chickens, Springers, Hens Young Roosters Old Roosters Turkeys Old Gobblers Ducks Geese Hides, Green ,...7c tl.&O to $3X0 doz. 5to5c 2Jic 2c Jo 4t . $2.50 . .LANGDON'S BREAD 5c PLEASE GIVE TRIAL. 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D. 1). nothings will start on the road of life together, every step more and more a Dr. Tahnage's text Sunday was Exoh dus iii., 1: "Now Moses kept the flock failure. That daughter of the sheik will never lind her of Jethro. his father-in-lathe priest Moses. of Midian." Gifts of America, imitate Z'pporah. In tlie southeastern part of Arabia Do somea man i.ssitting by a welt. It is an arid Do something practical. country, and water is scarce, so that a thing helpful. Do something well. well is of great value, and Hocks and Many have fathers with great flocks herds are driven vast distances to of absorbing duties, and such a father have their thirst slaked. .lelhro, a needs help in home, or office, or field. MIdianite shiek and priest was so for- Go out and help him with the flocks. tunate as to have seven daughters: and The reason that so many niennowcon-dem- n themselves t tinaffianced and they are practical girl, and yonder they come driving the sheep and cattle solitary life is because they can not and camels of their father to the water- support the modern young woman, ing. They lower the hiickets and then who rises at 10:30 in the morning and pull them up, the water plashing on the retires after midnight, one of the stones arid chilling their feet, and the trashiest of novels in her hand most of troughs are tilled. Who is that man out the time between the late rising and there sitting unconcerned and looking the late retiring a thousand of them on? Why does' he not come and help not worth one Zipporah. There is a question that every father the women in this hard work of drawing water? Hut no sooner have the and mother ought to ask the daughter dry lips and panting nostrils of the at breakfast or tea table, and that all flacks begun to cool a little in the the daughters of the wealthy shiek brimming trough of the well than some ought to ask each other: "What would rough lledonin shepherds break in up- yon do if the family fortune should on the sivne, and with clubs and fail, if sickness should prostrate the shouts drive hack the animals that breadwinner, if the llochs of Jethro were drinking, and affright these girls should be destroyed by a sudden exuntil they fly in retreat, and the flocks cursion of wolves and bears and hyof these shepherds arc enas from the mountains? What would driven to the troughs, taking the place you do for a living? Could you support yourself? Can you take care of an of the other flocks. Now that man sitting by the well begins to color, up, invalid mother, or brother or sister as and his eye flashes with indignation, well as yourself?"' Yea, bring it down and all the gallantry of his nature is to what any day might come to a prosaroused. It is Moses, who naturally perous family. "Can you cook a dinner had a quick temper anyhow, as he if the servants should make a strike for higher wages and leave that mornon one occasion demonstrated ing?" Every minute of every hour of opwhen he saw an Kgyptian anil pressing an Israelite gave every day of every year there are famthe Kgyptian a sudden clip and buried ilies flung from prosperity into hardship, and alas! if in such exigency the him in the sand, and he showed afterward when he broke all the Ten Com- seven daughters of Jethro can do nothmandments at once by shattering the ing but sit around and cry and wait two granite slabs on which the law for some one to come and hunt them was written. But the injustice of this up a situation for which they have no .treatment of the seveu girls sets him qualification. (Jet at something useon fire with wrath, and he takes this ful; get at it right away! Do not say: shepherd by the throat, and pushes "If I were thrown upon my own reLack another shepherd till he falls sources 1 would become a music teach over the trough, and aims a stunning er." There are now more music teachblow between the eyes of another, as ers than could be supported if they he cries: "Begone, you villians!" and were all Mozarts and Wagners and he hoots and roars at the sheep and Ilandels. Do not say: "1 will go to There are cattle ani camels of these invaders embroidering slippers." and drives them back; and having more, slippers now than there are feet Our hearts are every day wrung cleared the place of the desperadoes he told the seven girl.s of tliU Midian-it- e by the story of elegant woman who sheik to gather their flocks to- were once affluent, but through catasgether and bring them ngMti to the trophe have fallen helpless, with no ability to take care of themselves. watering. Our friend and Washingtonian Oh, you ought to see a fight between the shepherds at a well in the Orient, townsman, W. W. Corcoran, did a magnificent thing when he built and enas I saw it in December, 18W. There were her.! a group of rough men who dowed the "Louise Home" for the unhad driven the cattle many miles, and fortunate aristocracy of the south here another group who had driven the people who once had everything their cattle as many miles. Who but have come to nothing. We want anshould have precedence? Such clash- other W.W.Corcoran to build a "Louise ing of bucket?! Such hooking of horns! Home" for the unfortunate aristocracy of the north. But institutionslike that Such kicking of hoofs! Such in every city of the land could not take in a language I fortunately the unfortunate arisNow the sheep, care of could not understand! with a peculiar mark across their wool- tocracy of the north and south, whose ly backs, were at the trough, and now large fortunes have failed, and who, the sheep of another mark. It was through lack of acquaintance with any one of the most exciting scenes I st3'le of work, can not now earn their 'ever witnessed. An old book describes own bread. There needs to be peaceful, yet radione of these contentions at an eastern well when it says: ,"Oae day the poor cal revolution among most of the pros men,. the widows and the orphans met perous homes of America, by which may be transthe elegant together and were driving their caminto practical els and their flocks to drink, and were formed Let useless women go all standing by the water side, Daji came no and stopped them all, and to work and gather the flocks. took possession of the water for his Come, Zipporah, let me introduco you master's cattle. Just then an old to Moses. But you do not mean that woman belonging to the tribe of Abs this man affianced to this country girl came up and accosted him in a suppli- was the great Moses of history, do cant manner saying: "It so good Mas- you? You do not mean that he was ter Daji, as to let my cattle drink. the man who afterwarddowrought such not mean the They are all the property 1 possess wondera? Surely you inand Hive by their milk. Pity my flock; man whose staff dropped, wriggled have compassion on me. (Irant my re- to a serpent, and then, clutched, stiffThen ened again into a staff? You do hot quest and let them drink." woman mean the challenger of Egyptian old came another thrones and paluces? You do not mean "Oh. Masand addressed him: am a poor, weak, old him who struck the rock so hard it ter Daji, see. Time has dealt wept in a stream for thirsty hosts? woman, as hardly with me. It has aimed its ar- Surely you do not mean the man who rows at me, and its daily and nightly stood alone with God on the quaking calamities have destroyed all my men. Sinaitic tanges; not hira to whom the Yes, the I have lost my children and my hus- Red Sea was surrendered? band, and since then I have- been in same Moses defending the seven great distress. These sheep are all daughters of the Midiantish sheik; that I possess. Let them drink, for I who afterward rescued a nation. Why, do you not know that this is live on the milk that they produce. Pity my forlorn state. I have no one the way men and women get prepared to tend them. Therefore, grant my for special work? The wilderness of supplication and of thy kindness let Arabia was the law school, the theoHut in this case the logical seminary, the university of them drink.' brutal slave, so far from granting this rock and sand, from which he graduhumble request, smote the woman to ated for a mission that would balk seas, and drown armies, and lift the the ground." A like scrimmage has taken place at lantern of illumined cloud by night, the well in the triangle of Arabia, be- and start the workmsn with bleeding tween the Bedouin shepherds and backs among Egyptian brick kilns lands that the pasture Moses championing the cause of the toward seven daughters who had driven their flow with milk "and the trees dripping with honey. father's flocks to the watering. One of Canaan of these girls, Zippotah. her name Gracious God, teach all th? people this lesson. You must go into humiliation meaning "little bird." was fascinated by this heroic behavior of Moses; for and retirement and hidden closets of however timid woman herself may be. prayer if you are to be fitted for speshe always admires courage in a man. cial usefulness. How did Jo,hn the Baptist get preZipporah became the bride of Moses, one of the mightiest men of all pared to be a forerunner of Christ? the centuries. Zipporah little thought Show me his wardrobe. It will be that that morning as she helped hung with silken socks and embroiddrive her father's flock to the ered robes and attire of Syrian purple. well she was splendidly deciding her Show me his dining table. On it the own destiny. tIIad she stayed in the tankards ablush with the richest tent or house while the other wines of the vinej'ards of Engedi. the sheik and rarest birds that were ever of daughters six tended to their flocks her life caught in net, and swectost veniantlers would probably have been a tame and son that ever dropped But before the hunter. No. we are disuneventful one in the solitudes. her industry, her fidelity to her fath-er'- s tinctly told "the same John had his interest her spirit of helpfulness, raiment of camel's hair" not the fine brought her into league with one of hair of tli2 camel which we call the camlet but the long, coarse hair sueh the grandest characters of all history-Themet at that famous well, and as beggars in the cast wear and his while admired the courage of Moses only meat was of insects, the green he admired the filial behavior of Zip- locust, about two inches long, roasted, a disgusting food. Thege insects were porah. The fact that it took the seven caught and the wings and legs torn off. daughters to drive the flocks to the and they were stuck on wooden spits well implies they were immense flocks, and turned before the fire. The and that her father was a man of Bedouins pack them in sicks. What a wealth. What was the use of Zipporah m nu for John the Baptist! Through bemeaning herself with work when what deprivation ha came to what .she might have reclined on the hillside exultation! And you will have to go down before near her father stent and plucked buttercups, and dreamed out romances, you go up. From the pit into which and sighed idly to the winds, and wept his brothers threw him and the prison over imaginary songs to the brooks. in which his enemies incarcerated him Joseph rose to be Egyptian prime minNo. she knew that work was honorable, and'that every jrirl ought tc have ister. Elijah, wh was to be the great somethi g to do. and so she starts with est of all the ancient prophets, Elijah. bleating and lowing and bellowing and who made King Ahah's knees knock to neighing droves to the well foi the gether with the prophecy that the dogs would be his only undertakers: Elijah, watering. Around every home there are flocks whose one prayer brought more than and droves ot'eares and anxieties, and three years of drought, and whose oth every daughter of the family, though ei prayer brought drenching showers; there be seven, oughjf tc be doing her the man. who wrapped up his cape of part to take care of the flocks In sheepskin into a roll and with it cut a many households, not enly is Zippo path through raging Jordan for just two rah, but all her sisters, without prac- - tp pas? oyer! the mas who with wlwel Midi-unitiaone-ha- lf 1 of them are waiting for fortunate and tical and useful employments. Many We T lie Brave Boy: Fight REMEMBER Is also to the front with, a strictly TJP-TO-- D ATE line of Dry Goods, Clothing, SHOES, HATS, ETC. 3 .1 Br S, ( a our We take pleasure in showing you. LINE OE W.A.SH OOCXDi. Respectfully, Terms Gash. J. W. SWEEXTET. of fire rode over death .and escaped into the skies without mortuary disintegration; the man who thousands of years after, was called out of the eter nities to stand beside Jesus Christ on Mt Tabor when it was ablaze with the splendors of transfiguration this man could look back to the time when vo racious and lilthy ravens were his only You see John Knox preach :ig the coronation sermon of James I., and arraigning Quoen Mary and Lor I Darnley in a public discourse at Edini urgh, and telling the French to go home and call his king a murderer; John Knox making all Christendom feel his moral power, and at his burial the earl of Morton saving: "Here lieth a man who in his life never feared the face of man." Where did John Knox get much of his schooling for such resounding and everlasting He got it while in achievements? chains pulling at the boat's oar in trench captivity. M'chael Faradav, one of the greatest in the scientific world, did not begin by lecturing in the university. He began by washing bottles in the experimenting room of Humphrey Davy. "Hohenlindcn," the immortal poem of Thomas Campbell, was first rejected by a newspaper ed itor, and in the notes to correspond ents appeared the words: "To T. C: The lines commencing, 'On Linden when the sun was low,' are not up to our standard. Poetry is not T. C.'s forte. Oh! it is a rough road to any kind of valuable success. So 'he pri vations and hardships of your life may on a smaller scale be the preface and introduction to usefulness and victory. See also in this call of Moses that God has a great memory. Four hundred years before he had promised the deliverance of the oppressed Israelites of Egypt The clock of time has struck the hour, and now Moses is called to the work of rescue. Four hundred years is a very long time, but you see iiod can remember a promise 400 years as well as you remember 400 minutes. Four hundred ycarj includes all your ancestry that you know anything about, and all the promises made to them, and we may expect fulfillment in our heart and life of all the blessings predicted to our Christian ancestry centuries ago. You have a dim remembrance, if any remembrance at all, of your but God sees those who were on their knees in 1593 as well as those on their knees in 1S9S, and the blessing Ho promised the former and their descendants have arrived or will arrive. While piety is not hereditary, it is a grand thing to have a pious ancestry. So God in this chapter calls up the pedigree of the people whom Moses was to deliver and Moses is ordered to say to them: "The Lord God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob hath sent me unto you." If that thought be divinely accurate, let me ask, what are we doing by prayer and by a holy life for the redemption of the next 400 years? Our work is not only with the people of rj the latter part of thj nineteenth but with those in the closing of the twentieth century, and the closing century, and the of the twenty-firs- t closing of the twenty-sicon- d century, and the closing of the twenty-thircentury For 400 years, if the world continues to swing until that time, or if it drops, then notwithstanding the influence will go on in other latitudes and longitudes of God's universe. No one realizes how great he is for good or for evil. There are branchings out and robounds, and reverberations, and elaborations of influence that can not be estimated. The 50 or 100 years of our earthly stay is only a small part of our sphere. The flap of the wing of the destroying angel that smote the Egyptian oppressors, the wash of the Red sea over the heads of the drowned Egyptians, were all fulfillments of prophecies four centuries old. And things occur in your life and in mine that we can not account for. They may be the echoes of what was promised in the sixteenth or seventeenth century. Oh, the prolongation of the divine memory! Notice, also, that Moses was 80 years of age when he got his call to becomo the Israelitish deliverer. Forty years he had lived fn palaces as a prince; another 40 years he had lived in the wildernesses of Arabia, I should not wonder if he had said: "Take a youger man for this work. Eighty winters have exposed my health; 80 summers have poured their heats upon my head; there are the 40 years that I spent among the enervating luxuries of a palace and then followed the 40 years of wilderness hardship, I am too old. Let me off. Better call a man in the forties or fifties, and not one who has entered upon the eighths." Nevcr- theljss, he undertook the work and if we want to know whethcrhe succeeded. ask the abandoned brick kilns of Egyptian taskmasters and the splinter ed chariot wheels strewn on the beach of the Red sea, and the trimbrels which Miriam clapped for the Israel ites passed over the Egyptians gone under. Do not retire too early. Like Moses, chief work to do j'ou may have after SO. It may not be in the high field; it may not be where places o the a strong arm and an athlete foot and a clear vision are required, but there is something for you yet to da Perhaps, it may be to round off the work you have already done; to demonstrate the. the patience you have been recommending all your lifetime; perhaps to stand as a lighthouse at the mouth of the bay to light others into harbor; perhaps to show how glorious a sunset may come after a atoraay day. 'latt-rers- . v cen-tud Skin Diseases. 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ThoapMn'a Jewelry store KNIGHTS OF PYTMAS Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall. All visiting Knights are fraternally inviG. B. SWINEBROAD, C.C. ted. J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to the estate or the late Dr. W. S. O'Neal will please call and settle with L. F. Hobble aad greatly oblige Me. Apr 35 St If. Y. O'NEAL, Adminktratilx. Kaexvllle BrMeTa. T. w. North bound Mail, passes Stanford, 1J M Nerth-b'n- d 3:41 a. a. Express, " Bonth-b'n- d " 11:4 Kxpress, " M " l&r.aC r.. Out of the forty- in my grade at first, less than twenty made it through for the second year.' I made them work, they didn't like work very well, so mv hgtiiikment from the principalthey stopped. Was that any fault of SHU'. miue? Some seem to think so. This j'car, out of thirty in my room, Inasmuch as my career as teacher in SKIPPED OUT. How many of my trustees read books BLIND TIGER. this school is about at an end, I think only one has stopped, and that was on education, or educational journals, Last ye.ir, one who stood boldly because his family moved away. Several Men Clandestinely Leave Camp A Fight In Mallif, iwj., m Wlttch One Kan it proper to make a review of my work I do not make the cnargo that my either' those designed for teachers or agaist the motian requiring written that tlio people may k low what I have Collier, nml Itccruitln;: Aalu those designed for trustees, I do not applications, siying it was not the Was r.i:ally Shot and Olhcrs board arj letting private, personal know. 1 make it my business to do way to treat teachers, is understood to Now as to the school work done, done; and also, I shall mention before Necessary. Injured. I finish this article, some of the things my class nas tins year reau nearly prejudices interfere with tlio Jaithful all three of these. Especially in my be in favor of it this year. If wrong "trustee's journal," which gives the then, is it not wrong now? three hundred, pages of latin, whereas discnarge of pubhe duties; but Caj:i Coi.i.iku. LkxixGtos, Ky., May Skkgknt, Ky.. Maj 21. Reliable that lead to my retirement. because of tneir dislike to me, dealings of boards all over the United the first year they read something 0. If nothing was intended by the moIf Capt. Kersey, of Company F, news from Mallic, a hanik-- t in Knott they have imagined that I'm not a States, I find condemnation ot the very tion but an open, square business deal, Frankfort, and Capt Hardin, Company county, north of here, says that in a As you will rem?mb2r, I came here over a hundred. Besides readiug near- goud teucner. It i possible, you things my board has done. If it is why go to some of the teachers after kiiow, men IS, CynJhiana, can hold all llu-igeneral litrlit there between Jason. three years ago to organize and take ly three times as much, they have read if one dislikes u to tuiuk right, my board is wrong; if the board sending them this notice, and tell until Friday, the muster f the 2nd Tom and Noah Craft, brother', oa t.ne charge of the Graded School. The pu- it about five times-awell as they did tie can t make as good shoes as he uuce is right, not only am I wrong, but so them it would be safe for tiik.u to apwill be completed. It side and William and "Ku t' Justice on regiment are all the school men of the country. ply? Wouldn't justice demand that different schools, at first; and the other work has been made. 1 know positively that one member was cxreetod that these two the otlu r. Noah was fatal. y s.iot three pils were from many worked together, f ully as good, and some even better. they come to the rest of us and say it very few had ever in Thursthinks 1 can't run a school, tor lie told companies would muster tim.s through ihe abdomen, awl Tom I spoke of two members stopping the would not be safe f jr us to apply? me so, to my lace. the Newport and Jason loth received serious flesh many had never worked at all; there with day slong wont to make a speech. Later on oue Believing that the education of the company, but when roll was wi unds. The fight occurred at a was no sort of regularity in their gra of them did that quite frequently in if that Some say "(!o on and On the othtsr hand, however, one different roams, not only without my will do them any good, if apply, make morning it was 'blind tiger" kept by the Craft boys. ding some were three years further heart 'is more important than that of tailed Thur.-dait will found that about twenty men from the 'Ruu-- ' Justice, aged only 17, did most behind in some- studies than in others-- the head, we havj not stopiped with who is said to be against m thinks 1 nvitation, but without my knowledge them feel big, to be looked up to, to teucii, for lie recoimtieuiied me or consent two corns anies had skipped out. It of the sliootinr. be fawned upon." had to take all this raw material teaching the ordinary branches those canlily ttiu a was then necessary to recruit. The But do you think we would be electIt is hardly thought that Noah Craft and make a school of it. Do you im- prescribed by law but we have put was sxieuing otlier day tuand man wno a teacner, inu too, companies were filled up Thursday will survive the day. The Justice boys year a mem ed, if we should apply? Of course not, At the end of the first agine it was au easy task? 1 say un- the very best literature into the hands after taking sides against me. otherwise why such secrecy why do j.fternoon, and Thursdaj- - night a new were arreste an i placid in the Knott ber came to me, saying he had been Another who is known against muster roll was being prepared. The county jail at Hindm::n. The Craft hesitatingly that I have done three of the pupils; the expense of all this me, tol i me himself, tuatto be boy hud sent by the board to onfer with m3 they refuse t answer when asked the his c.os- - pointed n regard to staving, h.s in. I will be the first regiment to move, boys are well known throughout east- years of the hardest work of my life, has bsen borne by us, mainly; but it learned more under mo than any teu- - ingsentence "You canthis is over the ed if they apply?" "Will they be electthink d would not be right for me not to give cuer he ever went to. but whero, even Mustering Oftiecr 50 shots getting the school in good shape, Moi2 g A matter, and if you want the place for man" can see through to ern K ntucky. battlj. than the Justice laying the foundation, and really the proper credit to that noble band of does not know. His orders are One of the board said to a teacher a the next year you cm report to me, the whole plan. yet were lired in the instruct the war department as soon Loys never received a shot. foundation is not more than laid, for women, the W. C. T. U.'s; when I laid few days alter their action, and I'll put the matter befere the It they didn't want us, why not have as he has a regiment mustered. teachers any sort board, and we'll see what about it" the courage to say so'.'Or why not keep what is three years in the life of a. before them my plan of educating the board will give you you Kentucky Horse for the Cavalry. Col. Gaither and other staff officers want." j to me that Also altogether we would under- young instead of the old, on the tem of 1recommendations For the school? Lkxington, Ky., May say nothing against them person therc lie saidbe no change he thought silent that of the second regiment will have their in the would perance question, they generously ally; the presumption is they are all ulty, unless it was the principal. fac stand cavalry, horses by the hundreds are physical examination Friday. Lieut. Why try to get us to humiliate our The first and most important lesson contributed a nice little sum (and so good men, one of them said to me in Kentucky and 1 told some of the members that the CoL Whipple and AdjU William Collier being purchased selves by apalying, and then suffer a transported to Chattanooga and Tam- I had to teach, was this, you must did one man) with which I purchased that there could not be lound iu the matter hadn't come in the right way; second humiliation by being rejected. passid. have already pa. Two partus of buyers, headed by work; and it was a hard task. By a goodly number of books on tempsr-anc- town, six other men as good as they that I had been here a year, and they Furthermore, it m'ght mlie some Will FiRht the Levy. are. But as officials, tneir acts are they wanted teacher miss a pomioi elsewhere, Carson, have been careful estimate, the time I have givIIon.Law-r.-nee Capts. Aelshirc and and also on kindness to animals, public property, ana should be opien to ought to know whether Fkankfokt, Ky., May 24. me again if so, they ought to say so. a week past, ling on this, and then miss this; have no Maxwell, of Cincinnati, filed a in Central Kentucky s for present "about en, out of &chool hours, to pupils who besides subscribing for a dozjn or the puoiic gazi. They-ca1 hey said was what they inten at least re and tneir purchas objection if 1 speak of tneir course to- ded to do; that a few days another place goone teacher has already let a so in suit in the district federal court here 500 head of geldings. Sunday Capt. had to have it or fall behind, and more copies of papers on these lines. bv, a better place than this. ward me, their teacher. member came and told me the board Is it right? I say these things, not in Monday for the American Express Co, Carson and Lieut Blunt pmrchased and time of course that I got not a csnt Many, even of our younger pupils wanted to know if I woul I teach for a spirit of revenge (for God being my Making to enjoin the state from col- W amount to three and one half, have read more than a dozen books tided 103 head. These, together for will To begin with, when I first came them again. I liked that better and he!p2r, I mean ever to keep the canker lecting a tax on its corporate if not four months, (and some of the this year. CO head purchased at Paris Satur-ua.here, 1 was called into an otlice and so agreed to stav. of revencre from feeding on my heart), The grounds of the petition with will be shipped Monday to Chat- other teachers cm say the sum?.) If we can cultivate in boys a taste toiu mat tiie board intended to nolu a but I think my duty to myself and to are that the Kentucky law authorizing tanooga. very liirut rem ove. the laculty; tnat Capt. Aelshirc and party for good reading, then loafing with all Last year, word came to me that if I the community demands that I say such a tax on foreign corporations is went Louisville Sunday morning, when its attendant evils will not bo so com 1 must not allow ttie art teacher and wanted the place I must put in a writ them. to There was no discipline at all in violation of the regulations of inter music teacher to bi in laculty meet ten application, and so wit t Capt. Carson and party desire to siy in closing, that two state commerce, and further that the and Monday Danville, where they will I began. The first week I was here, I mon. ing ; that wnen the pupils were out teachers. We answered t at le other ofI the trustees have never had anywill go to it seemleft my room to visit another, and American Expre.-- s Co. iias r.ot such lor recess, 1 would have to let the jan- ed to us an unnecessary h.i niliation thing against rae personally, so far as horses. Capt. to property or privilege in this state as continue sincepurchase has purchased expected the pupils to behave in my When I first took charge, nearly all itor ring me oell, and give the pupil not imposed upon a single servant in I know, I have regarded them as April 20, brings it within the purview of this Aelshirc, absence; but when I came back, my the upper half of the school had that three miuutes to get in (out that isn't this town. It you want vonr cook lor among my best friends: and if they b00 horses and 1,200 mules. 1 get them in btatc and is therefore exempt. another year, do you require her to have not been friends officially, I don't room was in a perfect uproar a regu- old false idea that pupils and teachers prompt enough lor me, in oue minute); also that x could put make ".ormal application IVI'.l Not Ui Until Wedncsd ly. writing? know it One Killed In u Wri c'c. lar pandemonium only three, 1 think, must be enemies. That has bzon one about seven pupils to the bo-and or ask for it in any way?in Don't you Cash' Coi.i.iek. Lkxington, Ky., May B. S. KoweX. Ki.iz.VitKTiiTOWX, Ky., May 24. At let the and 23. Lancaster, Kv. Plans for the removal of the Sec out of forty, who were not misbehav- of the hardest things we have had to 1 must rest wuien the work; iou-- ' that ask her to stay, if you mean to hire 1::;0 o'clock Monday morning, at Coles-burnot assign lessons so that her again? May 2C, 1S3S. again ing. I speak of this to show the utter overcome, and we have not overcome a disastrous collision occurred ond Kentucky regiment has only the brightest ones could learn changed, and the troons will not lack of discipline at firit. it fully yet We still have a few pu tnem, nor so short as to be just right lctween the second section of train been their march to the front till begin Now, I have pupils much younger, pils who will not allow us to be their lor the slowest ones, lor then the No. 10, on the L. ,fc N., and a hill enThe change and hence more likely to misbehave in friends, and they will not be ours; but quick ones would not have enough to Wednesdav morning. gine. John Hanley, of Louisville, was killed. Robert Clare, a Lrakeman, had was effected through the action of tha absenc3 of a teacher; but when I it is qot one fiftieth part as bad as at uo.What do you think of this as a start his right arm and nose broken. En- Col. I aithcr and his oflicers in leave them to visit other rooms, I nev first er How uo you suppose it sounded Gov. Bradley requcslinghim gineer C. II. Rae was scalded, but not to a man who had been teaching for the er have sudh a scene as the one I de Engineer Fitzpatrick to inform the war department that be- scribed; 1 trust them, and they prove dangerousl But why have I said all this? Simply ten years? How much of it was by trim was badly bruised. Uoth engines were .Second could not be put insupply of themselves worthy of trust, order of the board, and how much was How as The fore Tuesday evening, R. the badly damaged, one totally. individual advice, 1 do not know. yards in LexWhy, this way : My services are not cars at the Q. & C. R. track was blocked until 10 o'clock. A Some individual tnemb3rs may have desired any longer by the trustees, and ington was not sufficient to transport track was built around the wreck and But the board did send me this the men. taken advantage when I have been of course there must be some reason by its chairman that 1 must notword trafli resumed at that hour. take l'oinoueci Jill... out oi the room, but as a class or for it One would think that perhaps imo consideration the testimony of li.rl l'.i.rtloncil. Madisonvii.i.k, Ky., May 20. A gradev sever. I have returned to my had not done my duty, my wife, in any case ot discipline; ior I that my work 1 FuAXKrouT. Ky., May 20. The sher- whole family were poisone"d Thursdaj-bwould Therefore, I any one naturally bjlieve her before iff of Owsley county arrived here drinking milk that had been stand- room at all unexpected times (not to was not satisfactory. else, and so oue Lou Emma ing several hours in a tin can. I never do that); the other teach have given you some facts, that you sure that no pupil against would feel Thursdaj in charge of Rufus spy whom mv girl, who Parish, aged 22, is lying at the point ers have come in to see rae, not know' may draw your own conclusions as to vi:e might testily, could possibly get Chandler, a little was sentenced to the penitentiary for of death. Nettie, Florence and Maude ing I was out, and visitors have come tho merit or demerit of my work. justico at mv hands, liow does this She- Is. an orphan, has had Parish, Ashley and Norah Brown and stealing. this wtiy It in nnder similar circumstances, and But some one may object that I Say sound to you? wile sounds bear, false to me that my no one to care for her and probably did their child are confined to their beds the pupils have always been found be might these things o:' n.yself and of course witness, or might honestly be mistaknot know it was wrong to steak Some suffering from the effects of the behaving because they having, en, and in eitner case, I wouldn't to my own of Frankfort's good women who saw poison. It is not thought that foul thought it right, not because of any show them upobject, show advantage; sense enough to sift the matter have and them up to let those who her brought the matter to Gov. ISrad- play was attempted. Coupons Eedeemed April, 1898. would threat from me. This is my kind of their advantage; where will they get get the truth, or said so be so biased1 ley notice, and he promptly pardoned because my wile aud so, that Namo A Meroh intV Suicide. Cost. Address. Value the bright-eyelittle thing. discipline, the kind that reaches the their testimony? would decide agaiust the pupil regard Owkxsuoko, Ky., May 21. John C. II 19.7.: Baltimore, Md .fi.V.0 Itcer Boycotted. During the three years of my princi- - less ot the tru in either ol which 13 J Nelson,Hines, Winlleld, Hewitt, a prominent merchant, died heart, the conscience, and takes hold George V. NV'O 59. tt . Tenn Lorisvit.r.E, Ky., May 24. The So- Friday from the effects of a dose of of the life, and controls it; but if I palship, only one trustee has ever far from complimentary; and there is Cowgill & 39.11 Spenecr. Lexington, Ky.. . MM cialist Trades and Labor alliance, of opium taken Thursday morning with can't reach a pupil this way, I will heard me conduct a recitation, and he not a possible construction to bj put I'erry Crosihwulr, Lexington, Ky .. 59. U . '26 M this city, has addressed an appeal to suicidal intent. He was taken sudden- some other, he must behave, no mat heard me only once; another came to opon it that isn't bad. 52.01 1 venture the assertion that no other J. M. & John Skain Lexington, Ky the workingraen not to drink any com- ly ill, supposedly with heart disease, ter who he is; I will not make distinc Margaret Johuson, Louisville. Ky.. . iV0 StU7 see me on business, and got in about teacher in America, or the world, was mon beer. This action is due to a JO. 00 ti 02 at his 'death the poison was dis- tions, I don't believe in having an one minute before I closed a recitation, ever treated so. However, I showed Mollio Simpson, Lexlugron, Ky between the common beer brew- but iVfl Djwitt had recently made aristoaracy in school. "Treat all and heard me that long. If they think no ill feeling toward them lor it, for a Dr. H. V. Cox, Harrotlslmrg, Ky covered. eries and their employes. The latter his will, sold his business and most of 21..V) man who knew of their action said to U. F. Johnson, Baltimore. Md want better pay and shorter hours, his property. He was in excellent alike," ts my motto; whether rich or they have heard me more than that, me, ''They have never ha t any experi- Dr. V K Bannister, Lexington, Ky iV( poor, high or low, makes no difference their memory is at fault but so far the breweries lkave refused circumstances. ence, and don't know any better,'' and Ross & Harrington, Falmouth, Ky 21.50 MJ3 so 1 excused it D B Good.'Lexington, Ky to accede. 21 JO rij. tome. My head went off once for car Hurt It; a Kunuway. Dr A I' Taylor, Lexington. Ky SUM 52.tn Kentucky 1'ost master. What is true of my room, is also true Wjnciikstkk, Ky., May 20. James rying out this policy, but I continue L Dowling, Burgin, Ky 52.0I i.V) Again, a committee was sent to me, "Washington, May 24. The following Irvine. Mrs. Simon Shearer and Mrs. to fp'.low the same plan, even at the of most of the other room'. One of to ten me that I ought to invite the JohnC Hedges, Lexlugton, Ky 52.0J 2'.J0 Kentucky postmaster were commis- Dora Thomas were thrown from a risk of losing my head again, the teachers has never been heard a preachers of the ditterent caurches to E S Rarlck, NIcholasviHe, Ky i9.7; sioned Monday: Cora, Anderson coun- buggy Thursday afternoon by the 51.1.1 13.30 single minute, and another, not over come up and oma scaool for me. J H Baker, Lexington, Ly Cropper, horse attached tq the vehicle becoming ty. James T. Uttcrback; Doesn't, that sound to you as it they A J Taylor, Lexington, Ky 49.7('. 22.30 When I came here I found the walls five minutes, so they tell me. Still fchell.y county, Eliza O'ConnclI; Evarts, frightened at a passing freight train. thought I diiu't have George Copeland. Lexington, Ky 49 7i5 22.30 Harlan county, 1!. F. Kelley; Farming-to- n Mr. Irvine and Mrs. Shearer were bad- literally covered with names Written other rooms report to me about three enough to uo it? MeiJ, forjudgment Catherine Lung. Louisville, Ky l'J,50 42.17 a whole , Harley Cloys; Hal-lewith,pncil and charcoal. These were visits of five or tea minutes each, by year 1 had been doing that verv thinir L U Milvvard, Lexington. Ky Graves eountj-1.1.30 29 02 ly bruised and cut about the face and Warren county, Mattie 15. Clausey; Mrs. Thomas will probably die, her all hid when the walls were papered; one trustee, none by the others. but unfortunately, the board had Miss Annie Knoble, Lexington, Ky 43.02 20.30 l'iqua, Robertson county, E. U. Wells. skull being crushed. as.ee: 17.30 and if there is one now on any of the What I mean by visiting, is listening neglected to take enough notice of the J ai & John Skain, .Lexington, Ky 1 was doing. C Y Freemon. Lexington Ky 42.17 19.30 To Ilepay the Compliment. walls, written since I have been here, to the teacher conduct a recitation, school to know what Smallpox nt Hopkinsville. Sa.lrt 17.30 ; J M & John Skain, Lexington, Ky Fkankfokt, Ky., May 24. Gov. Hopkinsvili.e, Ky., May 21. There I can't find it. not merely going into a room, as for When I insisted that we must have A S Bowman, Lexington. Ky Uijll is.30 ISradley went to the gamps at Lexingwas excitement here Friday over sevThe desks by actual count showed instance, to be out at chapel exercises firm discipline, tnat we coulu not a.- - Sarah Short, Sacramento, Cal Ii),". t 1S.50 ton Tuesday and presented a Hag each eral alleged cases of smallpox. Two over qne thousand cut places names, or to make a talk, or read to the pu lorU to toierate those whose influence Mrs C X Evaus, Cincinnati, O S.1.71 1C.30 to the ISradley guards, of Frankfort, colored boys inftcted came here was ruining other denur- - Susan 15.30 and the ISradley rifles, of Lebanon, Thursday niylit, and cases of small- and so on. During my administration pils, either by invitation, or without auzmg the whole pupils, andwas toll Joseph Brown, Lexington, Ky Ky :B.11 scuool, I 13.30 Zirnfelt, Louisxllle, Loth companies having been named in pox well developed, were Teported only two have been cut, and both of it inut there would always be bad bovs. Mrs Mary Golden, Lexington, Ky 15,0 these soon after I began. his honor. The governor purchased Friday. But must they always be allowed in Lafon Kiker, Harrodsburg, Ky A pest house has been estabST. 15 15.30 the Hags himself, and "made two pre- lished and every precaution taken to Hundreds ana hundreds of names JJbw, I'm willing to leave it to a sen school where they can ruin so many W H Kord. Lexington, Ky 31 17 U.30 sentation speeches to the companies. were written, and scars were made on sible public, whether, the board can others? My theory is, if the hand be- W II Ford, Lexington. Ky 11 M) prevent the sp.rcad of the disease. 3U7 gins to mortify or gangrene, better W II Ford. Lexington, Ky 31.17 the pianos with nails and hairpins; not know anything of our work, except Broke Ills Leff. :0 Drummed Out of Camp. cut it on than to contaminate the II L Stevens, Lexington, Ky 31.17 11.50 Fkankfokt, Ky.. May 24. Fred IL Cajii Collier, Lkxington, Ky., May one has been done during my stay. from "hearsay," when only one trus- whole body. 31.17 1.30 F II Norton, Lexington, Ky Roberts, the governor's private secre-tir23. The evenc of Saturday was the tee has ever heard us; and he only 29.02 1S.30 B R Adkins, Lexlugion, Ky slipped on the wooden steps at drumming out of cn3 of the guardsBy another. I was given to under E L Hamii, Lexlugton, Ky The attendance, when I bean was once, in three years. 21.17 11.50 , the east end of the statehouse Monday men from Hopkinsvillp, Ky., Edgar something fearful. stand that I shouldn't take it upon Maggie Smith, Lexington, Ky 21.47 11 JO I have been told In civil or criminal law, do they conand fell, breaking his leg; at the ankle Davis, because of his refusal to sign myself to make all the world do right Mrs M G Hutchinson, Lexington, Ky 2G.G9 12 30 joint. He suffered excruciating pain, the muster roll. Davis was called out that pupils used to loaf around town demn a man on ' 'hearsay"? Then why No, but 1 mean to make my part of it D ri30 J I'urcell, Lexlugton, Ky and the physicians fear he will be lame before the whole company and his be- instead of being at their recitations. condemn teachers? ao right. 2(109 12.50 J D I'urcell, cLxington, Ky for life. But where, pray, does the hearsay longings were handed to him, after Such a tiling has occurred only a few 21.17 11.50 R B Butler, Harrodsburg, Ky A I'oshse iu I'ursuit. times duridg my administration, and come from? From the patrons the Ana again it was said that we Edward Woodford, N Middleton, Ky 22.25 he was drummed out. 10 50 which Ky., May 24. Mrs. Lee PAnucAii, in every case but one, parents have masses? From the pupils? If so, what eomda'tdo here like they do at other Emll Ithardt, Nieholasville. Ky 1030 Itrcrulting at Hopklnsville. places. v ny not; t wouder? Stanley, wife of a promirient farmer, K4I 8J0 Allen B Hawkins, Lexington, Ky HorKiNsviiXE, Ky., May 23. In re written me that it was with their per pupils, the good, industrious, obediwas assaulted five miles from this city 22 25 10.30 M N Peacock, Georgetown, Ky Sunday mission. ent pupils, or those who have got into One member said to me, that if 1 W L Richmond, Lexington, Ky Ly a Negro. She was shot twice and sponse to a telearam received C. Payne at Lexington, trouble? was mad at him he diln't want me Ed Lally, Lexingtoa, Ky wounded twice with a butcher knife, frrra Lieut. R. 10JO would be to .take out my spite on his children The attendance in my room the first 20.06 9 5) may die. A posse is scouring the having free transportation new Com Dr. II. B. Cassedy, Le Grange, Ky Is any gentleman expected to do such William Watson, Louisville, Ky furnished 20 recruits for the term, was about 70 per cant This 13 00 7.50 country and there will be a lynching If they would come and see my work a tniug pany D, an answer was returned an year, omitting the weeks of 17.41 8.30 O S Williams, Burgin, Ky sure if the brute is caught. "scarlet for themselves, and then tell me it hour later saving that 14 had volun fever scare;" my room, 17.44 8.50 J C Thompson, Lancaster, Ky whiah has thir was a failure, I could see some excuse Srcond KentreVty Kclment. In a certain case of discipline, one teered, and that the 20 asked for would 20.C6 9.50 Lexington, Ky ty pupils, has averaged about 97 per for their course, but I wouldn't be- memuer wno perhaps spoke lor him- Kate S Brown, Lexington, Ky Washington, May 24. The Second be ready Monday night. 20.06 S Brown, 9J0 Kentucky regiment, CoL Creighton. cent some months it has gone to 99, lieve a word of what they say, for I self and not by authority of the board. Kate S Brown, Lexington, Ky 20.06 9M Ilurglurs at Madlionvl.le. to be as easy as possible on Kate M Feenv, Lexington, Ky.. now at Lexington has been ordered to and only once, below 95, 20.66 9 50 have taught in the same school with asked me offending, Katie Madison vii.i.e, Ky., May 23. Burg tifij pupil was George G Curl, Georseton, Ky once. Chickamauga and to start at because he 17.44 8.50 The whole school has frequently av men from the best schools in the coun tne sou 01 a trustee. Ought I to do so'. lars entered the residence of Prof. 17.41 "Jo R T Collins, Georgetown, Ky Mi'i;fl to Tampa. Thad P. Smith Sunday morning, sccur eraged 91. Our average for all the tryUniversity of Alabama, Union . 13.00 Nieholasville, Ky 7J0 Harry McCarty, Paris, Ky., May 24. Three car loads ing 25 and a gold watch. Guy Young, months this year, including the weeks University, Chicago, Johns Hopkins, Soon after school first started, two McFerran Crow, Versailles, Ky 17.41 8J0 of cavalry horses bought here by Capt, aged seven years, fell from a stable of fever scape, will of course fall much and German Universities, and they Qt the members came up and stopped Sbookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, 17.44 8J0 Alishiret U. S. A., have been shipped loft a distance of 16 feet, and was fa lower than these, figures, for you S.50 17.41 re didn't consider my wor'.c a failure. Do my work that they mijrht make speech Shookum Gulch Pool. Lexington, Ky to Tampa. tally injured. es to the pupils; and the worst of it Shookum Gulch Pool. Lexington. Ky 17.41 8J0 member we have had three fever you suppose then that I would feel was, Gets a Life Sentence. their 17.41 8J0 scares, one of mumpi, one of vaccina bad for a board of trustees to call me thought Ispeeches showed that thev Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington. Ky The Courts Slay Settle the Dispute. '. couldn't "nold the pupils Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky 8 JO Ky.. May 20. Joseph PiUKVii.r.E, 17.14 CoL John t:on; and some of them have .cut us a failue? No; not Fkankfokt, Ky., May 21. even if thev should uuivu wiiuoui meir neip. Ky 17,44 8J0 Gulch Pool, Lexington, Rranham, aged 10, was given a life 11. Castleraan, Gen. Collier and several What does tha community think Shookum for a week or more, so decide after careful inspection of s 50 Pool, Lexington, Ky 17.44 sentence for the murder of Mrs. Nancy legion officers had a conference with down about, my ability to hold them down? Shookum Gnlch Lancaster, Ky SJO 17.41 J C Thompson, aged 50, a widow, one month Gov. Bradley Friday afternoon over Not a school whose report comes to me my work. Dararon, 1 want to say rr'ht here, that what 17.11 8J0 Louisville, St Louis, Nashville, Then should I, when they condemn ever success I may have had in main Miss Theo Hemphill, Lancaster, Ky ago. He narrowly escaped the death the dispute as to who shall control the Maysville, Ky 8.50 17.14 Milton penalty. taining good discipline, has b.en, not John T Johnson,Lexington, Ky armory of the Louisville Legion now Chattanooga, Philadelphia, can equal without any inspection? Shelby, 13.00 8J0 oy aid 01 the board, but in spite ot it Kan Down and Killed lly a Train. that the legion has entered lincle us on regularity this year, in months 6 JO 12J7 for every single time thevh ava had John U Allen, Lexington, Ky free from the scares mentioned. Shkijivvii.i.e, Ky., May 2S. Richard Sam's service. No agreement was I believe all will agree that there anything to do with a case of disci p John R Allen, Lexington, Ky 12J7 6J0 legal proceedings may be W W Quinn, Nieholasville, Ky Bohannon, a well known farmer, was reached and 6J0 12J7 must be something else. Perhaps I line, they have weakened my author : S V Fry. Lexington. Ky CJO and killed by a Southern resorted to in the end. 12J7 Some criticisms have been made be have not been a goo 1 citizen. It can't run down Geo W Fltjtgerland, Georgetown, Ky CJO 12 37 train or trains some time Satrailwaj' ctuse we have not more grown pupils. be religious prejudice, for I'm to'.d Guards DisDana. Latham fght CJO 12J urday night near Hemp Ridge station, They of course don't think so, but I J H Baker, Levlngton, Ky Hop. If grown pupils don't want to work that the only two who are for me, are ; Lkxington, Ky., May 20. r,ja 12J7 eight miles cast of this place. It is kinsville company, knownThe the what do yon want with them? Do not members of the da it they had stood by me hrmly J II Baker, Lexington, Kv as cjO same church I'm a and refused to allow two or three to J H Baker, Lexington, Ky 12J7 presumed he went to sleep on the guards, disbanded they Help the school? No, they hurt member of. c 50 Latham liirht 12J7 come back, there would not have been Johnson & Nelson, Baltimore, Md track. . cjO Thursday night and most of the mem' it Som people like to boast of a big any more to send away. But to allow John Lowry, Newport News, Va 12J7 Commission! at Frankfort. c JO 12J7 to come bacc who says, "I'll A. F. Campbell, Fortress Monroe, Va bers have returned home. The action number "quantity, not quality, Unfortunatelv, I have incurred the every oneto behave." destroys discip Wm H Arringdale, Newport News, Va Fkankfokt, Ky., May 19. The com is the result of" Capt Feland bjing promise gJO 12J7 tneir motto. . Is a church any better displeasure of some of the trustees of line; for boyfhave gone through the D B Good, Lexington, Ky missions for the officers to be appoint132.00 i6M dropped as captain by the state au- because large? If you increase the course they should not, because of per- form of making that promise, when White estate, Lexington, Ky ed for Kentucky troops have arrived thorities. 132.00 membership of a church by taking in sonal prejudice or dislike, take out they had no notion of keeping it, Good & Co., Lexington. Ky n t the crovei nor's office. Gov. IJrad-132.01) New Kentucky Post Oiflcea. ley says he will issue no commisswearers, usurers, extortioners, card' their spite in an official way this when they showed no signs of repent- A I Marshall Lexington, Ky 42J0 120.00 Washington, May 2L Post office: players, ance, when they showed no sort of Dr David Bennett, Lexington, Ky sions, however, until the soldiers are 46J0 132.00 dan cars, drinkers or gamblers point is emphasized by all writers on respect have been established as follows in for the board while up be lore W D Finch, Danville, Ky !!!!"!!!"" 43J0 equipped! 129.00 the subj ?ct, Chancellor Payne, Geo. it; and then they have come back with W D Finch, Danville, Ky Kentucky: Bellvvood, Nelson county. is it anything to brag about? .'.'"'. 43J) 129.00 Drowned While Fishing. Just so with a school; if you get in William Bruce and others. But it is a much worse spirit, and have behav A L Marshall, Lexington, Ky John S. Smith; Qex. Gallatin county, 40J0 120.00 PADCCAn, Ky., May 21. Albert Eeh-- Thomas Mylor, and Rudicill, Jessamine material not suitable to make a twice as badly "".""...".'.."."..".!.".". 42 50 i school sometimes done. I know of one board edMy plan Js to beas at nrst are in the Lnlle Bible, Louisville, Ky 120.00 sure they koph, a travelinp; salesman and son ol county, Jeremiah Rudicill. D B Good, Lexington, Ky ...".V....V..V.V." 45J0 pupils without ambition, out of sym- that got offended with- a principal '."".r.. . 129.00 right frame of mind bafore they come Johnson, Nelson, & Co., Lexington, Ky. E. Behkoph. of this city, was drowned i:'.7&T.-.126.96.36.199 44 JO 126.00 pathy with the school, and only come he treated their children like back, ibis was never done. On the Friday while fishing in the lake In AN TEA cares &91C,06 IUM00 other hand, most of the pupils 'have for fuD.is it any credit the teach and they saTd that ; 'Illinois opposite this city. Heart di .$2,252.06 v 6ia, Constipation and Indi- er. No, bnta discredit;tofor if the 'the rest, of him, they were- -in order to come back, knowing that the board Profits over cost get rid 'ease attacked him suddenly and hi willing to had- said I was wrong. Grant that I gestion. Ecguktcs the Liver. Price, 25 eta. teac'jer ofeeshisdaty, it will get too . A. sacrifice the whole fcculty. When an was wrong, is it proper for them as fell out of his skif. I - V r, hot for such pupjils and they will stop. n ii p a $L UUUn Z Y ti n m a i nniiiMM I u li n L ij u u u in ii. D. 1 5TATE ODDS AND ENDS. Conducted by S. Gowen outraged public presented a petition s signed by of the patrons, ahking the board to respect the wishes of the people and retain the teachers, the board replied, "We will go on in this matter if every man, woman and child in the county signs the petition." 'lhis naturally calls up the question as to whether trustees arc servants of the peopile, or bosses. nine-tenth- good trustees to talk about it publicly especially bifore the piupils concerned? Of course they think I was too severe in my discipline. I would be willing to put my course and the ooard's before any committee of teachers on earth, who have a reputation as disciplinarians, aud I would not fc.tr the verdict I know this, oar janitor is the only one who was not asici to submit to that humiliation. Well, they rescinded their action, thus saying they were wrong. But this year they issue the same orders, knowtng at the same time that most of us had said wc could not, and would not sacrifice what we considered our by apindependence, our plying. t, lie-rsi- Seri-cu.- Iy per-tiap- s, r sliue-uiake- r, s y - I 1 Ual-lar- "way-farin- I 3. e, de-p- n fran-chi- e. c-- 1 rd Mra Mill westmen! Co e. OF LEXINGTON, KY. Twelve-Year-O- ld PLAN LIFE INSURANCE REVERSED. $97,000.00 Paid inMaturies. $36,00000 Reserve and Surplus. y d -- con-lli- ct y, ' 1 y, 1 one-hal- f, PmaaNUBI Dynpep-sTKIW- . -- N SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary