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LANCASTER, KY., ERIDAY, JUNE, Stanford contest, June 17th. 3. 1898. it will ffiffiggg" Buv ice from Notthcott and be delivered daily. bom IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. Gaines handles, the genuine Brown Cultivator, S. No arrests for Saturday nipht's bardment. The new work house is nearly com plete. It's a dandy. The best two horse wagon on the market at G. S. Gaines'. City Council Monday night. Double Shovel Flows. Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers. i. Screen Doors, Coolers ElMdCLUCrai Lancaster, Ky. Col. V.l.Vfbli. "SteufarJ. in a mm Attorneys at LANCASTER, All business attended to promptly. CrJg Don't forget the Contest at Stanford Butler Fox has opened a lunch stand June 17th. in Archer's meat market The greatest Disc Harrow on the X 1 would like to do your plain sew market, at G. S. Gaines. ing' and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. Pie P.ant roots for fall planting, CO to Toe per doz.-- at J. C. Tnompsons. v Hear the Jubilee Singers at the Court House this (Friday) evening at Headquarters for Deering Binders, ;'J o'clock. Mowers and threshing machines at G Admiral Deivcy, with his entire S.' Gaines. fleet, could not keep up as much noise ont:d Nucks. Old as several fellows made on the streets A game of "XucW is kept going all Saturday night. aay m Use umrt nouse yaru uy the small boys. Grown loafers enjoy Convention July Dili. The democratic district commtic the sport and some stand idly by and izj at thi game for hours decided to hold a convention at Danville Tuesday, Jul' 9th, to select a I'lnc Herrics. candidate for Congress. George Smith has our thanks for a Mr. lot of delightful str iwberries. Look To Vim r lutcrt'.tt. Smith has been q lite successful with Best honic-- ide buggies on the mar his berries. They are excellent both ket at J. It. lily's l'aint Lick, ICy. Gen- in size and taste. , W. I. Williams, eral repairing and horseshoeing a spccialt. Give us a trial. Tclunhoiiu Suved ft. The residence of Geo. Bright, near Xotlrn to T;il:iyers. Hubble, was struck bv lightning din Taxes are .low due the City and all ing the storm Saturday. After danc arc respectfully requested to pay same ing about theiousa the charge got on at once. The penalty will soon be the telephone ground wire and was Law, and it will be to your interest to carried olf. 2ft serious damage. your tax now, pay E. M. W.w.KKit, M, C. L. KY. S. E. Parker, Sharon, Wis., """writes: t fV!.1 lli.Witt'c Witfll, TT7o1 Dnavillc Steam Laundry. Salve for'.itching piles and it always Smith fc Currey, Agents for Danville Steam Laundry. We ship ever' day. stops them in two minutes. I consid er DaWitt'sj Witch Hazel Salve the We send and deliver greaSes't pile caro on the market." Satisfaction guaranteed. Work called lm for and delivered. tf Storings' Drug Store. Away Flew the Woodcock. Stolen, from Bjon Creek, last WedkV nesday night, a bay Texas mare about I have the b?st and cheapest line of wear ever brought to hands high with brands on left It coats at 50c shoulder and hip, also a star yi fore- this city. head and foretop cut off. A libiral and SI; Black Alpaca coits at St, and reward will be paid for her return or genuine Crash suit at S: 5). Taiior- tow liaen made, Kentucky home-spuany information of her. at S3 P2r suit. The goods will launder Ei.Isha Duxx, St Booncs Creek, Ky. perfectly. M. D. Hughes, Agt. - Fa-II- J. A. Beazley & Co. have a large and handsome line of wall paper. Prices I have new tomato and cabbage to suit the people, Geo. Smith plants for sale. The W. C. T. U. served strawberries and cream Monday to make up the Hatching. Efftrs From prize wining Black Minorcas deficiency caused by the holding of the District Convention. They made R. L. Elkin 15 eggs for Si, 00. about twenty-fiv- e dollars, which will pay them out Premium Wanamaker & Brown are giving Jubilee Singers. each customer from S3 to 5, in the Arrangements have been made by price of suits, as the customer saves the Camp Nelson Jubilee Singers to that much and gets a perfect fit give a concert at the Court House this M. D. Hughes, Agent. (Friday) evening. The troupe is tin der the auspices of the salvation army. Lost. Dark green jacket, between Sugar They have fine recommendations and s entertainment Creek pike and Clay Arnold's house. will give a Finder please leave at this oflice and Admission 15 and 25c. get reward. Class Notice. first-clasIMc-N- ic SPECIAL SALE. jo1 poop Trouble for Telephones. The lightning during recent storms did much damage to telephones hereabouts. Dr. Kinnaird savs the fuse was burneibut of about thirty, while many coils were damaged. Put ou a AVafjon. The express has not been changed to the night trains yet The pxitting on of a wagon to connect at Danville and make daily trips would be of great benefit to sh'ppers, and, if the Adams Express company docs not take steps to remedy thji present unnecessary delay our people ought to establish the wagon line and patronize it altogether. 1 here is absolutely no good reason why a man should not meet the night trains. The railroad company lias done its part in giving us a good passenger service, and if the ex press people do not care to accommo date us, we haye a good chance to get service by means of the wagon to Danville. first-cla- ad-d- T The Graded School pupils under Trof. Postal were taken to Kentucky River Tuesday and enjoyed a pic nic. Tlu party was chaperoned by Mrs. J. E. Stormcs. During the a'tcrnoou Col. W. J. Wiimorc, the gentlemanly man ager of Curley's distilleries, met up with the party and suggested a boat ride. The steamer Mary Lacy was at the bridge and Capt. Dorhcrty kindly consented to take them about four miles down the river. Never did a party enjoy a trip more, and they will always haye a warm spot in their hearts for Col. Wilmoro and the accommodating Capt Doherty. Death of Price Myers. Dr. Grant has just received a Rich mond Mo., paper giving an account of the death of Price Myers, a native of this county, son of Thomps Myers. It occured on the 20th ult from the kick of a horse. He had just returned home Wb matii ty cit in pots Iimitd fiiict are Patterns worth. 60c per yd. will close at 35c :2 75c " 50c 90c $1.00 " 1.25 " 11 n 60c 68c 78c - o- y SPECIAL VALUES IN 2 Ready-to-we- n BEAZLEYS BAff&MAN. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Tins CiraoVil School. Fine Treat. Mr. J. C. Thompson has the thanks of Tine Rkcoisd for a- delightful mess of pic plant Ho has raised a great quantity of thi? delightful plant, some eight inches of the stalks mca-snrinThe leaves on much in clrcum'erencj. of it mea ure 40 inches a'cross and the stalks average 20 to 25 inches up to the leaf. Mr. Uhompson is an expert gardncr and is assisted by Henry Leavcl, one of the best in the state. School met G ARTERIAL and CAVITY a SPECIALTY. Furniture, Carpets, Sc. Lancaster, Ky. The loard of trustcss of the Graded Saturday and selected Prof. Patterson, of Lebanon, as principal for the ensuning year. Mrs. Belle Bnrnside was closcn to take charge of the music depirtment. Misses Mur phy, Royston, West and l'rof. Postle were also retained. Pro'. Patterson 1 rings good recommendations and members of the board tell us he is Cae teacher. Men s Sample Shoes left out of order to clean up this lot of Samples we offer the entire lot for $2.50. Don't miss this opportunity to buy shoes. in 800 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 about dusk, was unharnessing his horse at the stable, near the house. The paper speaks of him as one of the High llridgc. best citizens, a young man of great The Lancaster band received a cor worth, having the universal friendship dial invitation to play at the Palisades and esteem of all who knew him, that next Sunday, but owing to the band's he was a leading member of the Chris crippled condition it was impossible to tian church, superintendent of the accept The Palisides will be manag sunday school and was doing an ex ed this year by Mrs. Emma Buford cellent work in training the young. Bristow, who has many relatives and warm friends in Garrard. The place is Fourth Annual Contest. now one of the most p pular iu the Great preparations are being made south, an 1 we know of no resort where for the Contest in Elocution, which one could go an J enjoy a vacation hil will be held at the opera house ter than tne Palisades. Tne camp Stanford Friday, June 17th. Messrs. grounds are enclosed by a high fence Beazley, Waters and Menefee have ar and no one is admitted to the grounds ranged a program which cannot be who docs not bear a reputable name. surpassed. It contains, in addition to If rough characters go there they are the noted speakers, the names of good compelled to stay, outside t!ie camp musicians who will' assist iu making grounds. A number of special attrac the evening one of great enjoyment tions will be at the Palisades during Reserved seats arc on sale at McRob the season, and The Record will an- cr'.s drug store in Stanford, and those nounce them, as they come, in ample intending to go over had better secure time for you to make preparations to scats in advanca, or they may have to attend. Mrs. Bristow once resided stand. Lancaster, and our people should lend Getting AVater. a helping hand to her enterprise. Messrs. Ward & Miller, proprietors Worthy Cause. o! the Lancaster Mills, are having a The young ladies, des'ring to an pipe laid from their engine room to swer the appeal for lands to supply the big spring on Battle Row, oppo oar soldiers with hymn books, have site the Old Ark. They bought this arranged a concert to be given at the spring a year or two ago, but were Court House Monday night next, the compelled to haul the water. In or proceeds to be used in the noble cause der to get the pipe near a level it was above mentioned. The small sum of necessary to go down into the ground 15 cents will be charged, which will a distance of ten to twelve feet entitle j'ou to any seat in the house. some places. The water will be pump- -' Following is the ed from the spring to the large pool PROGRAM. at the mill, and, by constant pumping, 1 Lancaster Concert Band. no water will be lost. This enterprise Opening address, G. B. Swincbroad. will be a great advantage to the town. 3 Dact. Misses Bessie and Stella Huston as the electric light plant is run fronr 4 Reading Jliss Klene Hlatt. 5 Vocal Solo, Miss Olivia Sweeney, the same engine, and in dry weather 6 Piano Solo, Miss May Hughes. a sc ireity of water Iras several times 7 Reading, ..Miss Edna Mason. caused much trouble. '2 Bat-jo-. H, TWISTS DUTIES 1 ORGANDIES. DRY GOODS THELOGAN COMPANY. 3 1 SliUiUiUiUiUiUlUlUlUiUIUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUR Lancaster Concert Band. Quartette, Miss Lusk, Mrs. Patterson, Mess rs. Owsley aud Sbngars. 10 Vocal Solo, Mis Addie Burnside. 11 Reading Miss Alb:rta Anderson. 12 Quartette, Misses West, Ward, Batson and Hemphill. 13 Vocal Solo Miss ElisaLusk. 14 Closing remarks, Lewis Walker. 15 Lancaster Concert Baud. 8 9 Music, W e are offering a big lot of odds and ends in Ladies, Misses, Childrens Oxfords from 50c to $1.25 Hot Weather Clothing. "HTe keep you cddI. Crash. suiiE $2.5Dte $5 Large line all wool Crash, suits, 7 .5D Blackand Blue Serge Coats and Vests, 83.50 to $4,50 have everything in this line in .8!if STRAW HATS. See ALL STYLES ALL PRIC ES 'JJLi vvc-- J: 7.S M our New line of Fearl Hats at $1.50 and $2.50. The Latest out. Hot Weather Underwear from 50cts to $2. a suit. Logan & Robinson. Prof. Coiren Leaves. Patrons of the Graded School and our citizens generally will regret to sec Prof. Gowen leave the local institu tion. Prof. Gowen to k charge of the school when it was established three year ago. He had a difficult task in organizing and getting things in run ning order, us no school of the kind had ever been conducted in Lancaster before. He went at the work in a bus iness-lik- e way and succeeded in estab lishing one of the best schools in the state. He weeded out the class of boys and girls who attend simply to say they were "jjoing to school," and during his last year had only pupils who meant business and attended to work and learn something. During his stay in Lancaster he has conducted himself as a gentleman should, and has surely worked hard for the advancement of the school's interest Prof. Gowen has accepted a position with Dr. Ashley S. Johnson, Pres-deof "The School of Evangelists," at Klmberlin Heights, Tenn. Dr. Johnson paid a very high compliment to Prof. Gowen, when he said to several in Lancaster that he was the only man he had ever met, whom he would be willing to take into permanent asA graduate sociation of Bethany College offered to put two thousand dollars into tee school, if he could secure the position to teach; but after investigating Prof. Go wen's work in Lancaster, he decided in favor of f. The Musical. The entertainment given by the mu sic class at the School Thurs day afternoon was greatly enjoyed by a large'crowd of patrons of the school and other, friends. The patrons of this department are greatly pleased with the success of their children. Mrs. Gowen is a teacher of rare abili ty, ana tnose who unaerstana music say there was never a better teacher in the town. We regret that we were unable to attend the recital and give a detailed account of it. Those who have been sending pupils to Mrs. Gow en regret that she will not be here next year, as the students have made such nice progress under her. Miss Lillie' D. Grant, who completed the course in music, was given a handsome Miss gold medal by Mrs. Gowen. Grant was highly complimented by her teacher on the excellent progress she had made. The Rsyal U the highest frade bokbifl pw4r Imwi. Actaal tests ahew it tfcird further tfcaa ay atkar bfM& 9mm POWDER AkMimtiyPiira royal aMam poweca oo., new voax. Prol Gowen. Courier-Journ"ov Then! and The Recoud one For S10.00 I will make you a suit to year for only SI- 25. your measure from any St 50 pattern Notice. that I have left. These are good valTo save cost, call and settle with ues at S15.03 and I only have a few patJ. G. Sweeney. terns left. A rare chance for a bargain. J. C. Hkmiuiill, Card of Thank. . The old soldiers desire to thank the High ISrlilge Sunday. good ladies for furnishing flowers DecSpecial D ty. Patriotic addresses by oration day and also Bra Faulconcr Gov. Bradley ana Judge Tarvin, of for his kind address. We also extend Covington. Special programme of in- thanks to the Lancaster band for their terest to all Americans. Everybody kindness. The Committee. should attend. Usual low rates and Sunday train service via the Queen & Mr. John Bevins, editor of the Pres, Crescent route. Anthon, Iowa, says: "I have used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DFine Mare. iarrhoea Remedy in my family for fifoffice, sold to Col. teen years, have recommended it to Bob Henry, of this Dan Collier his handsome sorrel marc hundreds of others, and have never for 100. The mare is a beautiful one known it to fail in a single instar.ee. and we understand she is for Will Co- For sale by R. E. McRoberts llier to ride while in the army. Mr. Henry delivered the marc in LexingIn The Navy. ton Tuesday. Many Lancaster folks remember Walter Iliatt, the handsome nephew Strayed or Stolen. of Mr. J. M. Higginbotham. He residFrommy premises at Bryantsville, ed here several years ago and has a Ky., om the njgtax of the 20th of May. host of friends in Garrard. Ilia fola daj4c bavMDrse about 10 hands high, lowing letter was written to a LexingthirjjTlesh, ankles rubbed from in- ton friend: terfering and boots. Any information Portsmouth, Va., April .10, 1S9S. in regard to said horse will be thankDear Friend: Good luck has attendfully received and a liberal reward ed me. I am "Chief Yoeman" aboard given to any one returning him to me. the gnnboat "Maple" of 350 tons and S. S. Dickkrmax, speed of 10 knots an hour. My salary Bryantsville, Ky. is SCO per month. Will sail probably to June 1st '98. Key West in a week. Have enlisted A Needed Change. for one year. Yours sincerely, If the members of the City Council Walter Hiatt. lived near the Public Square, where Decoration Monday. be compelled to listen to they would Rain compelled the Knights of Pythpistol shots, vile oaths and Coinman-che- e yells all night, we bilieve they ias to postpone their decoration from Sunday 'til Monday afwould make hot haste to order the marshal to do night duty instead ol ternoon. The usual ceremonies were having him stand about the streets all held in the Court House, concluded at day. Saturday night a crowd of fel- the Cemetery. The graves of the follows simply elevated hades all night. lowing brethren were decorated with As the marshal is on duty all day it's, designs: Jas. Bettis, W. F. Henry, Jas. out of the question to expect him to L. Duncan, Dr. Jos. Rogers, C. M. stay up all night. We need no mar- Bonlden and Sherman Haselden. Iho shal during the day. Several deputy annual address was delivered by Rev. sheriffs are always about the Court Henry Faulconer. It was a masterly House who would immediately arrest effort and those present compliment offenders. there are many oth- highly the fitting words spoken by er officials who could make an arrest this able, and bright young minister. in case of necessity. The jailer, sevThe old soldiers, both gray and blue, eral constables and other officers, who attended in a body. It was the intenare vested with power to make arrests, tion of those in charge to have Judge are about town all the time and it Breckinridge and Judge Morrow to duty to make an arrest whenev- address the soldiers, but they conld er and. wherever they see an offense not come. Capt. Herndon was called committed. The Council should either upon and made a speech which dechange the present order of things or lighted the "boys" on both sides. put on a regular night man. After The soldiers marched to the Cemetery ten o'clock at night the town is wholly and placed flowers on the graves of all without protection, there being no one resting there. A good crowd of people were in to look out for fire, thieves or the fellows whs shoot and kick up the devil tows, bmt not near as many as usually in ge neral. come ia. exer-ercis- CENTRAL RECORD MARKSBURY. Short Spanish Dictionary. The Kentucky Chautauqua. The Eleventh Annual Session of tl.o What' Hie Words in the War Seirs James Herring sold to Jas. Bourne a Kentucky Chautauqua will be held in pntolirs .Mean. ice heifer at TnnsK who had relatives enca inped Woodland Park, Lexington, Ky., June EVERY WEEK DY Rev. W. M. Kuykoudill, affsr at- have a 2Sth to, July nth inclusive. The whole' Washington Star. at Lexington should always LOUIS LAXDRAJT, Publisher. n ending commencement at Shelby ville, The v.'ar has introduced, to" the newswarm spot iu their heart for the good is umlcr the charge of the W. L !.ucs of the land a host o: unLAXCASTEIt, KENTUCKY. returned home Friday, accompanied paper rea people of that city. While, of course, Chautauqua manager, Dr. the boys did not liva on milk and honwho has been so successful by his daughter, Miss Mary, who has familiar words the names of Cuban towns and Spanish naval vessels. The ey, yet it is safe to say no soldiers n the conduct of this Assembly for een atten.liu? school at that place. Year, in advance ....$l.0pl were ever treated nicer than have the last six years. No expense has .... " !Okk Months. List Saturda3' the lightning struck meaning and pronunciation of some of " " been the volunteers in Lexington. this year bjcn spa-e- d in the prepara- the telephone posts near C. A. Robin them is already familiar, but in order OH read-fCome down to facts, there's no nicer tion of the program, which is as son s, in::y better un ttie win co.Kluctc-- it into nia that the l is the God's footstool place 1S9S Capital on the liluc Grass. than people strong and brilliant as will be offered rresidenee. knocking off sonic of the derstand that nhieh he rend a num Fill DAY, J sine 2, The of words o.'tenest found by any Chautauqua in America: You plastering and shocking Mrs. ltoi.in- - ber of over there don't know how to pull in in here, at insignificant cost, secure on. in the li pitehes are horewi' h pre a laleh string, in fact their doit.? are outing and rest, enjoyment and inran coxGRiiSS. Late to bed and early to rie, pre seated. As Hie nv iiii.;e::itio!i of the ill made to open from the oatsidi. struction. There vwill bj class work pares a man for his home iu the skies. Spanish words the following general McCREARY. We are authorized to nnuouncc along the lines of Normal, Elocution, Early to lied an a Little Riser, rules applj : Hon. Jaik 1. McCbkahy, of Madiou 'J he prt s of the country has finally Physical Training, Temperance, Chil the pill that makes life longer and Ever3' letter in the Spanish lan- county, a candidate for Congress in the Mh Congressional District, subject to the commenced a war on the appjinlment dren's Missionary, Woraau's Clubs.and better aud wiser. Stormes' Dug uaire is iriven its inn vaiue. anere action of the Democratic party. of political cat's paws as officers in the Public School Teachers' work. istore. lm ire no silent letters. Orders taken for :i!l Foreign or Domrslie 3Iai;i.mes or Keivspapei s. army, llns k c.t snouhi nave oeen The double is given a llq'iil, s'ur- The music, which is of the highest Mrs. Tilitha Floyd, accompanied by THOMPSON We anuouuee J. B. Thompson a made long ago an before many of the order will include Saxton's famous her little Miss Lillie inir sound. For instance, the word by the Dem- politicians were given appointments. Cas candidate for The Riffe, of Huston ville, is spending sev Callao is pronounced Hand in two concerts daily. party for Representative In ocratic The idea of taking some fellow who Schubert Glee Club and Male Quartet eral wocks with her daughter's, Mes- - tellar is pronounced from this the 8tli district. 15. W. Ldllard. J no. U. Stout. A The letter a takes the broad pronun hasn't the most remote conception of The Indiana State Unive sity Glei lamcs T. T. Pollard and T. I. Herring. h iv a battle should be conducted and Club, seventeen jolly college boys; Her son, Biff, also accompanied iter, eiatiou as in far, e takes the English Tub strict censorship ordered by the patting hiin over soldiers is a disgrace Madam Cecilia Eppinghousen liiiley, but returned home Sunday. sound of a; i is pronounced like the If the politicians the great dramatic soprano, and Miss Government has made it almost im- to the country. Farmers take notice. Don't give lugiidii e; as is also v; o is lon:; u is possible to get definite news of the must be used in this conflict, pile Svbil Sammis. who has toured h: uny oo, as in booth. Ch order tor wire lence or fencing pronounced movements being made by the United them up as breastworks. country as the soloist of the celebra machines until you sec L. B. Hughes. pronounced as the English word States army and navy. The best cor- ted Chicago Marine Bind; Prof. A. E who handles the best on the market hureh. Tn i war has completely drowned Aldrich and his famous choir. Following is a short dictionary of lespondents to be obtained arc as near Call on or address L. 15. Hughes, Marks- campaign the seat of war as it is possible for out talk of the congressional On the lecture platform will appear bury, Garrard County Ky., or leave- Spanish words an 1 phrases for nevs them to get, but their messages are in Garrard. We have not heard it such men as Rev. Sam P. Jones, Bish orders with J. R Haseldcn Lancaster, paper readers: lead and boiled down by government mentioned for several weeks, aud op John II. Vincent, President E. Ben Kentucky. Alameda A grove of trees. otlicers until they are hardly wortli when we ask men what they think of Andrews, Alex. Black in his famous Almirante Admiral. Miss Ida Mac Kcllcy closed a very the while to read. We started in to the situation they say they don't know picture plays; Phillip F. Matzinger in Ariete A battering ram. successful four month?' school at Ma A ruiada publish a column or so of war news and immediately begin gasing about crayon lectures; Jahu DeWitt Miller Fleet. May 2'Jth, which we son school house, guns, Dewc3T, the bottled-ueach issue taking the best of each Arroyo A small river. Lee Fairchilds, the "Ar.temus Ward We are failed to mention last week. is of day's reports. This plan worked very ileet, etc. If anyone Audoz Bold, audaeious the present time; biographical stti well until we undertook to read the bothering over the congressional race, dies, Prof. II. V. Richards in scientific sorry mat we could not secure her Azor Goshawk, a bird. entire column on publication day. The he is certainly keeping his troubles lictures illustrated by experiments services for either of our schools. We Bahia Honda Deep bay. hear that the people of Scott's Fork result was that we would have several to himselfBanco Bank. Chas. Montaville Flowers in superb arc so fortunate as to secure her as items telling of steps taken or battles Bando Proclamation. impersonations; dialect readings by A howl is going up in Kentucky Will U. Gane and Miss Georgia Ray teacher for the fall term. We regret fought, and then would come a denial Benita A Benedictine nun. over the report that the additional McMillan; Dr. M. M. Purkhurst, Mrs. to give her up but can truthfully say of the whole thing. Blanco White. troops called for will be sandwiched W. F. Crafts, Mrs.- Clara Hoffman that our lots is their gain. The sum and substance of occurL'oeaeliieo Little mouth. Miss Kite Moore's three months' rences since last issue amounts to in the regiments now organized, and Mrs. A. It. Bourne, Col. Geo. W. Boca Del Rio Mouth of the river. nothing, save the mustering in of more no new regiments will be formed. Of Miss E.izabeth Shelby Kinkead, will school at Rice Academy closed Friday, Buena Good. Biicua Ayres Good air. May 2 1. Saturday sue arranged to volunteers, and the second call made course this kick is made by fellows who also be heard with great delight. Buena Ventura Good luck. "by the president. Under this last call, want to hi officers. If a man wants On July 2nd there will hi a monster take her pupils to Green's Ford, to en- Cabanas Cabins or huts Kentucky will furnish one more regi- to fight for his countrj', there is room, Children's Parade and Flag Dr.ll witl j jy the lisning. yuite a number Cardenas Of a purple color. gun, uniform and ammunition the presentation of "Old Glory" to the young folks, besides a few of the parment and several hundred recruits to Cam pes Fields. Camaroues Shrimps. the regiments already organized. Hon. awaiting him. The kick only comes Chautauqua, when Governor Bradley ents went along, so made quite a pic Cape Verde Green Cape. I). G. Colson will raise the new regi- from those wanting oil ice. Uncle Sam is nic. Mr. M. F. Rout, who is always expected to give the address. Caatcllar Fortified by a castle. ment and the men will be taken en- wants fighters, not figure heads. 'J lie Fourth of July will be a great ready to please th3 young folks and Casa House. tirely from Eastern Kentucky. Gov. Calle Street. day with the unique Sam P. Jones as children gave most of the school a ride In a letter from a soldier now at one Castillo Castle. Uradley's effort to furnish a colored of the orators. Some great states to the river in his two horse wagon. Custillina Catharine. Tampa, he writes us that "there are regiment was in vain. man will also be procured whose name After enjoying a bountiiul lunch the Cebollos Onions. The U. is. regulars and volunYeers more generals and colonels at Tampa cannot now be announccl in view o young folks spent the afternoon Cienfuegos A hundred fires. TO are still at Tampa, though they may than anything else, and, as they know the conditions existing in our country boat riding and conversation until Ciudad City. Concha Shell. be landed in Cuba before this paper nothing about soldiering (being volun Full announcement will be mad time to return home.' Contra Costa Opposite the coast. gets to its readers. Eight additional teers) they are a great nuisance." Just hereafter, but the day will be mad Miss Lizzie Simpson is visiting Costa Rica Ricn coast. so. if we nau commanu ot the army regiments are to be sent to the Mesdames Cortes Parliament. memorable and worthy of patronage friends iu Hustonville. Cuba A cask, such as is uccd for giving Slaj. Gen. Merritt a we would put in about three weeks Bishop J. II. Vincent, the founder of Hugh Leslie and Y. M. Kuykendall, cutting off shoulder straps worn by a the Chautauqua movement, will nial lef t 'J uesday f jr Crab force of 20,000 men. where wine or oil. L Del (M)-- Of the. who ought to be they will saend several days. J!rs. The Spaniards are doing their ut- lot of mutton-head- s the address on Recognition day, July Djn Gentleman, equivalent to the most to keep out of the waj' of the walking duty as privates. 7th, when the class of the year gradu John Greening and Mr. Joshua Swope, rJ lglish itlr. Dos Rios Two rivers. of Lincoln, visited Miss Jennie and American ships. Their Cape Verde ates. It's all well enough to have other July 8th is College Day with a con Mr. David Swope, last week. Misses Et (XI) Tne. ileet took refuge in the El Cano The prudent TO harbor at Santiago, aud it was imme- countries on our side, but when it test between representatives of lead Julia and Martha Raines, of Perry El Diaro De La Marina The daily diately bottled up by Schley's big comes to toadying to any of them, we ing colleges with JJie first prize So and ville, were the guests of their 6ister, oi tne navy. think its timo to stop. Let Uncle Sam the second fleet. Mrs. J. C. Bjner, S inlay. Mrs. Sal L igraeia trace. Eusena.la Lsarnel. Admiral Dewey still holds Manila by go ahead attending to his own bus! Special rates will be furnished on lie A. Norris, who we mentioned a alda Emerald. the throat, and the Spaniards are una- ness of whipping Spain and other the railroads. Admirable opportuni being quite sick last week, is still un Estrechoi. .straits. ble to escape from sure starvation or countries will attend to theirs. I ties for tenting and camping in beau able to leave her room. Mr. M. F. Faro makes us tired to see llaming head tif ul Woodland Park with ample board Rout left Sunday afternoon, for Snel- Fosos Ditches. surrender. Fuerte Fort. byville, where he will spend several Reports from Port au Prince and lines telling what such and such ing accommodations in the hotels and Furor Rage. Cape llaytieu say that the outer forti- country thinks or how she feels toward homes in the city of Lexington. Th days and return with his daughter, Fuerteeico us. Itlast what other countries think fications of Santiago harbor were Imparcial Imperial. W.S ISEAZLEY, detailed illustrated program may b Miss Marv. ALL WOPAEN Isla Island. bombarded Tuesday by the American secured by addressing Chas. Scott J uuta Congress. is giving Should know that tho Tiik Courier-Journlleet. The reports are from Spanish S. C. P. Jones, Milcsburg. Pa., writes Business Manager, Lexington, Ky. he. "Olii 'iUue" llcuiedy. La ( F) ' I have used DeWitt's L'ttle Early filled and extracted with sources and are not verified. No state news service which is rapidly growing 'UHrrn Teethpain. Crown and Bridge La Lucha The light or torch. ' out ment is made as to the damage done. to be the most popular in this section W'ot'i a specialty. Office over J. It. Haselden's Las Palmas 'Ihe Palmas. lines ever since they were introduced hardware,storL-- , nest to Court Uoiue, LancasI was seriously afflicted with acouj Manila Little hand, bracelet It is diflieult to determine, from the of the country. It runs off on no here and must.say I have never used ter. Ky. Man.anillo A little apple tree. e inflicting reports sent out, when the mouse trac'.ts, publishes no windy and for several years, and last fall had any pills in my family during forty Mautanzas Slaughter. main movement against Cuba will be groundless reports, nor suffers its col more severe cough than ever before, years of house keeping that gave such A serrated mountain. ORGANIZED 1883. I have used many remedies without satisfactory results as a laxative or Montserrat s gin. Of course, any plans are liable to umns to be crowded with Moro Moorish. Morro Auything that is l'ound. bu lden and complete change to meet killings and bloody tragedies. What receiving much relief, and being rec eithartic." Stormes' Drug Store, lm NATIONAL BANK, Negrillo A little negro. ommeuded to try a bottle of Cham l new conditions arising, but the plans we read in the Nueva New. berlain's Cough Rcmed', by a friend OF LANCASTER. ET. at present in view do not seem to be straight goods. Pinzon Finch. THE PRESS ASSOCIATION. who knowing me to be a poor widow, very definite. The beginning of the Plaza des atmas The place of arms. s vo. gaye it to me, I tried it, and with the Program ami Itinerary fur the Coming The total n amber of me grove of the l'inar Del Rio Capital, main invasion of the island will de $100,000 most gratifying results. The first hot river. pend large'y on the number of effect unteers mustered into service to date Convention. Pinto Colored Surplus Fund 15,000 All the states have fur tie relieved me very much and the sec ive men left available after providing is 123,150. The Kentucky Press Association will Puerto Principe First port. for the expeditions to the Philipiner, nished their required number except ond bottle has apsolutcly cured me. this year take its annual outing the Polo Pole. . BOSINKSS SOLICITED. Is tho host for FcEaii TncM;. Co reefs all t i Santiago and to Porto Rico, of the Kentucky, Iowa and Alabama. These have roi had good health fo first of July. Falmerito Little palm tree. lrreculnrit!c-- in Female onsins. Should bo Careful nnil Prompt AttcntlonGcarnnteed Punta Arenas Sandy point plan to take Porto llico first is adher- have their quotas ready but they have twenty years- - I give this certificate The business meeting will hi held a It'.iken Tor Chains o Life find before l'un'ta Gorda Fat point IS'lsatirs "bill Tine" Rteinilcj havo stood the without solicitation, simply in appre the Palace Hotel, Cincinnati, O, July ed to. These expeditions wi.l exhaust not been mustered in. test lor twenty year j. Puuta Colorado Rich port J. M. IIiooissotham President cation of the gratitude felt for the cure 1st and 2nd. The meeting will be call the force ef regulars and the best of Key King. ( XIadu only by Sew Sue:' cor Medicine Co.. Chat-Lewis Y. Leaveix Of course Dewey is a great man, but effected. Respectfully, Mns. Mary i lar.oya, ivaaesiee. volunteers, and the main attack 1 he concentrated. the Reconcentrado ed to order at noon Frida3, July 2nd B. F. Hudson Cashier Tiena Qaeun. on Cuba niay be left dependent on the our pile is pinned on Sampson. Just Beakd, Clareniore, Ar'.c. For sale by The literary part of the program will Rio River. Assistant Cash'r progress made in bringing the volun- wait 'til he gets a fair, square shake R. E. McRoberts. For sale by IL li McRoberts, Lancaster W. O. Ktgxey be carried oat at the Grand Hitel Rayo Thuderbolt Bookkeeper CD. Walzbr teers to the desired state of efficiency. at the enemy and Dewey's victory will Mackinac Island, Michigan. Sala Hall. Santiago de Cuba St. James of Cuba It is not impossible that all these con soon be forgotten. We are for Samp All elitors an J managers of newspa PAINT LICK. DIRECTORS: Santa (F) Saint tingencies may delay the main expe- son first, last and all the time. pers published in Kentucky are ent t Everythinc: new autt flesiraWe in Soledad Solitude. LEWIsi V. LCATXLL, J.M.niGeiNEOTHAM, Dr. J. G. Boslcy of Union city, has led to the courtesies extmded the Ken dition until near the end of the rainy Tenerario Daring. Now that our men have that Span decided to locate in our town. J. 3. JolI.NSON, T. M. Arnold, season, but it is to be remembered tucky Press Association provid cd their Tortuga Turtle. . U. C.Arnold, Jr. B. F. ish lleet bottled up, let the dance be SPRING AND that this does not agree with the Trinidad Trinit3 E. L. Woods bought this week one papers have been in existence one y AL2X.GIBB3, J. J. Walker Trocha A narrow path across that has all along been credited gin. Enough time has been fooled car load of hogs at 3 or longer. Membership is by paper. per lb. Jacob Y. Robinson. high road. to the President of desiring to afford away to not only lick Spain, but every SUMMER Quite a number of people from here not individuals, weeiuy papers are Viscaya Biscay. other country on the map. speedy relief to the rcconcentrados. were in your.town Sunday decoration entitled to one representative, semi- Vita A crossbeam. Vuelta Aba jo 1 urned down. day but tell us it was postponed until weeklies two anil dailies three. Eac Y And. "One Minute Cough Cure is the best Monday on account of rain representative may be accompanied by A Washington- - special says efforts Zupata Shoe. one lady. are still being made on the part of sev- preparation I have ever sold or used AT REASONABLE PMCES. Morgan Denmark is n hay stallion, it! hand There will be an ice cream and Itinerary-- . eral of the members of the Kentucky and I can't say too much in its praise. strawberry supper Thursday night high. He is splendidly bred, as a glance at hN L. M. Kennon, Merchant, Odell, Ga. pedigree will shor. He will make the present 1 p. m. Meet at Pal delegation to secure a Brigadier Genthe 2nd at Walnutta church, supper Friday, July 1st. COME AND SEE US. season of 1MW at our stable, on the new Im eralship or two for the State, but Stormes' Drug Store. served in open moonlight, music both anco Hotel; 0 p. m., Visit the Lagoon pike, 5 miles from Danville, Saturday, July 2nd. U a. m, Meet at there still seems to be little chance. vocal and instrumental. SWEENEY. Every time a Kentuckian calls at the At $5.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Palace Hotel; 12:20, Leave via. C. II The bachelors, of whom there are D. White House, whether he ha a Demo for Detroit; 8 p. m., Arrive at De Care takan to prevent accidents, hot not reand theyonger men who Salt for crat or Hepuljican, lie is reminded of per barrel. sale at S. Morgan's, S1.7j many, bachelors of this placj, expect troit; 11 p. m. Leave Detroit for Mack sponsible should any occur. to be were Scrofula is the most obstinate of blood the appointments of llreckinridgc and inac; Sunday, July Sri On board I.ien retained on colts for the season money:. W. IL Brown returned from the tendered an elegant Straw berry r ISacon. From what can be learned. mountains last week with 75 hogs Mares traded before fact is ascertained makes M 7 a. m, Arrive at troubles, and is often the result of an last Monday night by that clever steam ir; inlay, season money due. the case of Adj. Gen. Dan Collier seems which ue soiu to jur. nave rnompson, and popular gentleman, Mr. John B. Mackinac; Tuesday, at Mackinac Is inherited taint in the blood. S. S Morgan Denmark was foaled In lSS'J. Uo is anss tannic Austin ciosea a very to be blocked, owing to a trifling cause. land; Wednesday, 8:30 a. m. leave is the only remedy which goes deep by On Time, son of Stonewall Jackson ; 1st dam Parkes. It was certainly a "royal f Successor to Lackey & Gulley. is said that Senator Dcboe hai been successful term of school at Beazley's S:30 a. m. Ar Thursday, enough to reach Scrofula ; it forces out It Lady Morgan, by Stonewall Jackson : 2nd dam feast" and was greatly enjoyed bv all Mackinac; rriuay urged by a strong class of Kentucky sciiool nouse patrons afternoon. rive at Detroit, 0:30 a m , leave De every trace of the disease, and cures I First-Claby Virginlusi 3rd dam by Matchless; 1th dara number of the were present present. by Transby. Republicans not to lose any sleep over and were highly entertained with the troit; p. m. Arrive at Cincinnatir the worst cases. Mr. P. Ketcham of Pike City, OiL, e Morgan Denmark Is one of the befit bred the appointment of Collier, for if the exercises, which Miss Fannie had ar For further inform itioa address IL My son, Charlie, was afflicted from Infancy All went says: "During my brother's late sick- E. Morningstar, Secretary, Bowling with Scrofula, and bo suffered so that it was stallions in Kentucky. Has good mane and General were to be appointel the Sen- ranged very charmingly. complimenting her school as a ness from sciatic rheumatism, Chamtail, and good. long, rangv neck Don't fail to Impossible to dress him ator's friend, Assistant Adj. General away success. Green, Ky. seulilm Will aNo ntan.l ONE GOOD Ml'LK grand for three years. Ills berlain's Pain Balm was the only remJACK at fj.OO to insure. Forrester, might become Adj. General, J. IL Kennedy, of Crab Orchard, vis HANDSOME "TURNOUTS, head and body were a BAUGHMAX BKO'S. ltlankcty Blank Verse. This is thought to be a very potent ar ited relatives at Sweeney, Monday, edy that gave him any relief." Many mass of sores, and his i5 Gt. Danville, Ky. The man who lugs a melon home gument with the Senator against the Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Thompson, are others have testified to the prompt reREASONABLE PRICES- eyesight also became And finds it isn't ripe appointment of Collier, and a promi visiting relatives in ML Vernon. Mrs, lief from pain which this liniment afaffected. No treatment very apt her was spared that wo nent Kentucky Republican said tr O. B. Porkins spent Tuesday withHow fords. For sale by 1L E. McRoberts. IsThat look to think some things thought would relievo like these. mother. Mrs. Robert Land, of SrECI.tL ATTENTION TO him, but he grew worseV Miss Lula McClure of Crab Orchard night that it was the one thing stand- land. Mrs. Bettie R'gsby, accompa f in type. until nis condition was ing in the way of Collier's appoint nied by Mrs. IL Brady, of Lincoln, and is visiting her cousin,- -' Mrs. Robert Indeed nitiable. I had The pa who carries a babe at night u TRAVEUtfC MEN. almost despaired of his ment. Congressman Davison is still Miss Ella Ho'tzclaw, of Lancaster, are Arnold. Mr. Eugen Kavanaugh, of All though the house mid back L BAN K ever being cured, when visiting relatives in Lexington. J. II, Corbin, Is apt to speak this sentence jl working hard for dllier, and believes Thompson has returned from the by the advice of a friend is visiting his cousin Harry we gave him S. S. S. when Francis. Miss Willie May Denny is ii f i i that he has a show, but a poor one. mountains. (Swift's SneciflcV A de He steps upon a tack. CAPITAL j SURPLUS. cided Improvement was tho result, and after visiting friends and attending com OF BO YEARS' he had taken a dozen bottles, no one who knew A lady who is going out ( $65,000.00. 300,000.00 Bad management keeps more people menccment at Harrodsburg this week. of his former dreadful condition would hftvo EXPERIENCE Tiik mothers, sisters and sweethearts in poor Has callers come and stay: recognized him. All the sores on his body LANCASTER, KY. circumstances than any other It is with sincere regret that the She tries to lightly chat but this healed, his skin is nerfcctlv clear and have of those in the Lancaster company one cause. To be successful one must people of this community learn of the smooth, and he has been restored to perfect -i-t should be very thankful that their jmbs. a. s. aiauut, ncaitn. look ahead and plan ahead so that departure of Dr. T. B. Nichols and his s what she'd like tosay. 860 Kim St., Macon, Ga, boys are under command of CoL Ed, when a favorable opportunity pre excellent wife. He has commanded a Upon a smooth banana peel s Gaithcr. lie has had a mil sents itself he is For 'real blood troubles it is a waste-oA. R. Denny. President. A deacon chanced to tread. ready to take advan good practice during the seven time to expect a cure from the docitary training, is a man of sense and tage of Jno. E. Stormes. Vice President. diseases are beyond their it A little forethought will he has spent with us. He leaves years And here's a brief, shorthand report tors. Blood Trade Marks next education, fine judgment and iron also save much expense if Wm. 11. Kinnaikd, Cashier. Designs skill. Swift's Specific, and valuable Of what the deacon said. nerve. He has contempt for gambling time. A prudent and careful man will week for Colorado hoping to improve Copyrights &c. 8.C.DSNNT, J. F. Robinson. Jb, Amyono sending a sketch and description may A lady with her parasol nd will allow no whisky drinking in keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. his health, which has been bad for the qnlcklr ascertain our opinion free "whether an Assistant Cash'r. A passer's optic' caught. lnvontlan la probably Patentable. Oommmiira-tion- a his command. We know these state Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the last three years. strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents He said: "Fray do pot mention it," the shirtless fellow will wait ft. T. Embrt Ass't sontf free. Oldest agency for securing patent?. ments to be facts, and can say to the house, necessity compels But here III until it and then Patents taken through Jlunn & t d reaches all cases which - tpreial notice, without charge, in tho Co. xccelvo friends and relatives of the boys a bet- ruin his best horse going for a doctor S. M. Geary, Pearson, Mich., writes : r I is what he thought. other remedies have no effect upon. It DIRECTORS ter commander cou'.d not be found. If and have a big doctor bill to pay, be- "DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is curing L. A. W. Bulletin. is the only blood remedy guaranteed a man or officer persists in drinking or sides; .one pays out 25 cents, the other more piles here than all othJaa SpllmaD, Eam'l. D.Cochran, purely vegetable, and contains no potAuuidsomely illustrated weeUy. Truest cb is out a Hundred dollars and then won er remedies combined. It cures eczma culatlon of any scientific Journal. Terms. 3 a. indulging in any practice unbecoming ders why his neighbor is getting rich ash, mercury, or other mineral. A. C. Robinson. Alex. R. Denny. year r four months, tL Sold by all newsdealers. Colic, Neuralgia tiuil Toothache a gentleman, CoL Gaither will quickly er while he is jrettiag poorer. For and all other skin diseases." Stormes' Books mailed free to any address by MUNN & Co.3S1B"- - New York L. Davidson, five minutes. Sour Stomach W. R. Cook, Drug Store. and Summer Complaints. get rd of the offender. lie is a Bold sale by R. E. McRoberts. Price, 25 Cents. Swift Specific 0o., Atlanta, Ga. lm Branca Offlcs, OS I St, WaahlBstofl, U. C Jao.B. Stormes, ier, and not a political favorite appointed on the strength o "a pull." PAIMT Y our hoxts: WITH 17.-- 5. well-know- Issad lMtsGlad to We are THE BEST BRANDS OF and Oil. Sell Either. MsROKOTS' STORE 1 1 grand-daughte- Kah-yah-r. 6 ,n I ri k SzovJz, - p Stationery, Paints, Oils, Stc. herc-abou- - - B-- in 9 SHOES. PLEASURE LET YOU SEE WHAT V WE HAVE. f -- l'hil-ipine- s, gjT-j- TJRTJIVECS ttsl 9 andVALISJES. 9 oust SEE YOU land-locke- d WE WANT 5. Light-liouii- 9 i ssm or mm, 6 I x Block-hous- 1 cross-road- Courier-Journa- mm first-clas- 1 1 Ilcp-iON- pui-po- Morgan Denmark. Scrofula, a Vile Inheritance. Miss Sallie Tillett. Sap-po- W. H. LACKEY s limy stablb: sad-di- -- Z493-THE ! ! J T- - I first-clas- f !!, S.S.SJihcBlood deep-seate- I to-d- Scientific flmrica. Planters: now evoking strains of yty, and now strains of sadnes. lie can t play ill the tunes on one strings. The hu man soul is an instrument of a thou Voluble Fcoplo Who Open Wound Afresh sand strings, and all soi ts of emotions and Display a of Tact Most were made to play on it. Now an anand Kxusperutlugly Heriuou by them, now a dirge. It is no evidence licv, Dr. Tuluiagv, D.O. of weakness when one is overcome of WW sorrow. Edmund Burke was found in a The awkward and irritating mode pasturelield with his arms around a of trying to comfort people in trouble horse'sneckcarcssinif him andsomeone is here sot forth by Dr. Talmag", and said: "Why, the great man has lost a better way of dealing with broken his mind." No; the horse belonged to hearts is recommended. Text, Job his. son who had recently died; and his xvi., 2: "Miserable comforters are ye great heart broke ever the grief. It is all." no sign of weakness that men are The man of Uz had a great many overcome of their sorrow. Thank God trials the loss of his family, the loss for the relief of tear.--. Have you never Mr. W. O. Rigney returned from of his property, the lobs of his health; been in trouble when you could not Saturday. Mr. Rigney Cincinnati ' but the most exasperating thing that weep, and you would have given anyto attend ocs to the city every came upon him was the tantalizing thing for a cry? David did well when symtalk of those who ought to have FRIDAY, June, II, - I89S. special terms at the school of embalm he mourned for Absalom. Abraham And looking did well when lie bemoaned Sarah. pathized with him. ing. KS around upon them, and weighing what Christ wept for Lazarus, and the last Lewis Walker, of Lancaster, Gov. they had said, he utters the words of man Call I want to see come anywhere my text. I Rrad ley's former law partner, was a We have on our floor two car myWhy did God let sin come into the near that when I have any kind of me 'VT7ri CTVAT AT culler at the Governor's office. Mr. is a worldly philosopher. trouble in military loads of the finest and most com- world? It is a question I often hear Walker is interested Again, I remark that those persons discussed, but never satisfactorily an- are incompetent for the work of comfriends. Frankfort special. plete line of Miss Burton is visiting her sister, swered. God made the world fair and fort bearing who have nothing but Charles M. Norris and family have beautiful at the start If our first pa- cant to offer. There are those who Mrs. (I. M. Patterson. rents had not sinned in Eden they have the idea that you must groan returned from High Rridge and will PHAETONS, Mr. John Wallace, of Richmond, occupy might have gone out of that garden over the distressed and alllieted. There the residence of S. D. Rothwell visited relatives here this week. and found 50 paradises all around the are times in grief when one cheer .'ul BUGGIES, on York street, Mr. and Mrs Rothearth Europe, Asia, Africa and North face, dawning upon a man's soul, is Miss Chastinc Mactlregor will arrivj well moving to Dripping Springs. and South America so many flower worth 1,000 to him. Do not whine today to visit Mrs. IV. R. Cook. SURRIES gardens or orchards of fruit, redolent over the alllieted. Take the promises rivate plie", who has had no trouble. In addressing mail to members of and luscious. I suppose that whea- - of the Gospel, and utter them in a ind wiioe j uih l:a- been smooth. Mrs. Joseph Rogers has returned the Lancaster company say "Care of God poured out the Gihon and the manly tone. Do not be afraid to suii e Ah. no. For the speedy anil permanent cure of Co. L 2nd Regiment Ky Volunteers, from a trip to IHoomingtou, Ind. I once went through an ax factory, Hiddekel He poured out at the same if you feel like it. Do not drive am tetter, salt rheum and eczema. Chamis rather This ind I saw th.-- tako tli bars of iron berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment 13 Miss Mae Hughes was the hostess of Chickamauga, Ga." in Lancaster. Our time the Hudson and Susquehanna; the more hearses through that poor soul. nd thru-.lengthy, but as there are over fifty ever shown t them into the terrible without an equal. It relieves the itchwhole'earth was very fair anil beautithe Cinch Club Tuesday evening'. Tlu-b sweated workmen with thousand men there, it is absolutely prices are lower than can be found ful to look upon. Why did it not stay Do not tell him the trouble was fore and smarting ordained; it will not be any comfort ong tongs stirred the blaze. Then ing continued use almost instantly anJ Mrs. Allen Cook, of liurffm, is visit- necessary. its effects a permanent so? God had the power to keep back to know.? that it was 1,000.000 years anywhere. Our guarantee is bet week. ing relatives in Garrard this sin and woe. Why did He not keep coming. If you want to find splints hey brou ght out a bar of iron and put cure. It also enres itch, barber's itch, Dr. E. G. Dick, of the Crab Orchard t in a crushing machine, and then scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, them back? Why not every cloud for a broken bono do not take cast Mrs. Hettic Landram has returned Kelley Institute, Dr. W. J. Itrou ing, ter. We can save you from roseate, and every step a joy, and iron. Uo not tell tnem it is tiou s they put it between jaws that bit it in chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and from a visit to relatives in Richmond. of Indianapolis, and Mr. J. R. Hugher, every sound music, and all the ages a justice that weighs our grief. They twain. Then they put it 0:1 an anvil. granulated lids. long jubilee of sinless men and sinless want to hear of God's tendi r merev. and there were great hammers swung Miss Mary Rurnside has been the of Moon. Held, honored our sanctum Dr. Cadv's CnndHInn fnr Master Donald, on any vehicle you buy. women? God can make a rose as easily In otjier words, do not give them aqua by machinery each one half a ton horses are the best tonic, guest of Paint Lick friends this week. with a call Monda blood purifier in weight that went thump! thump! as lie can make a thorn. Why, then, fortis when they need valerian. handsome son of Dr. Dick, accomthe anuvermuuge. iTice, Socents. Soldby Miss Francis thump! If that iron could have spoken Mrs. Robert Elkin and We also have a complete line of the predominance of thorns? He can panied the party. Again I remark: that those persons it would have said: "Why all R. E. McRoberts, Drugg:st, Lancaster Collier have returned from Chickamau- ''Offering exceeding- make good, fair ripe fruit as well as are poor comforters who have never beating? Why must I be p uinileo th's Tomray Underwood, formerly of Harness we a re aiy gnarled and sour fruit. Why so much, had any trouble themselves. A larkLancaster! was here this week visit- ly low. then, that is gnarled and sour? He spur can not lecture on the nature of a more than any other iron?" The One fare for round trip to Lexington, Geo. 1). Lusk, who is in Uncle Sam's men robu-iin health. Whj", snowflake, and those people who have workman would have said: "We want account the League can ing relatives and old friends. Tommy American Wheel Come and see us. No then,make there so many invalids? Why always to make axes out of you keen, sharp service as ganger, was in town Sun- is now connected with Taylor's livery arc lived in the summer of pros day. not have for our whole race perpetual perity can not talk to those who are axes axes with which to hew down men Meeting, June '.JDth and 21st, from to show goods. t stable in Nieholasvillc and says that trouble leisure instea of this tug and toil and frozen in disaster. God keeps aged the forest, and build the ship, and all points in Kentucky, Queen fc CresMr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaines wre over town is one of the best on the map, and erect houses, and carry on a thousand cent Route. Good to June 22nd to re tussle for a livelihood? people in the world, I think, for this from Danville Sunday to see her par- wc see where he is right. Carriase Co., That is turn. Bicycles Handled Free. . J. ROMANS I will tell you why God let sin come very work of sympathy. They have enterprises of civilizition. ents. into the world when I get on the been through all these trials. They the reason we pound you." Now, God Lancaster friends will be surprised LANCASTER, KY. other aide of the river of death. That know all that which irritates and all puts a soul into the furnace of trial, Mrs. Sallie Roland Mock and two to hear of the marriage of Attorney ;"r.'Jr 'TH '"m,r2in mil then it is brought out and run is the place where such questions will are men through the crushing machine, and children are guests of Mrs. Mattie Henry T. Ncel. The bride was'a Miss bj answered and such mysteries solv that which soothes. If there O'Neal. Kighby and she resided in Knoxville, Mrs. Deweestheir hostess while here. ed. He who this side that river at and women here who have old people it comes down on the anvil and upon 1 in the house, or near at hand, so that wedding took place Lexington Argonaut. tempts to answer the question only they can easily reach them, I congrat it, blow after blow, blow after blow, Geo. I) Lusk has been transferred in which city the until the soul cries out: "O, Lord, what inbride is said to Mrs. M. It. Gaines, of Winchester, illustrates his own ignorance mid from Camp Nelson to Salvisa, Mercer some days since. Ihe ulate you. Some of us have had trials I have purchased the C All I known is one great in life and although we have had many does all this mean?" God says: "t of age, be about twenty-twcounty. Tenn. , sister of Mrs. Gowen, is here competency. Walker stable and am is, that a herd of woes friends around about us. we have want to make something very fact, and that quite pretty and very intelligent. for a visit to Mrs. Gowen. Miss Pauline Arnold, of Jcllico, is has come in upon us, trampling down wished that father and mother were out of you. You shall be something prepared to furnish the to hew with and something to build Handsome invitations announce the A visiting her pa routs, Mr. and Mrs. Jno At the Falconer-Masowedding on everything fair and beautiful. still alive that we might go and tell marriage of Miss Ada Farra an I Mr. the evening of the 8th at the Presby- sword at the gate of Eden and a sword them. Perhaps they could not say with. It is a practical process through Arnold. which 1 am putting you." Yes, my Samuel Cabell Denny to take place in terian church, the doors will not be at every gate. much, but it would have been sueh a Misses Grace Kinnaird and Nannce the Christian church at half-paMore people under the ground than comfort to have them around. Thus.; Christian friends, we want more tools ten S Harris visiting Mist liurns'.il, in Uar- - o'clock Tuesday June 7th. The parties open until promptly at o'clock. The on it. The graveyards in vast majority. aged ones who have been all through in the church of God; not more wedges on the shortest notice. i marriage ceremony will be performed made the trials of life know how to give to split with. We have enough of bourrille. are widely connected and quite popu- at 9 o'clock sharp. Mrs. Richard The six thousand winters have sumSpecial attention given these. Not more bores with which to more sears than the six thousand drill. We have too many bores. What Mr. Willis, of Frankfort, was here lar in Central Kentucki' society A Iturnside will be assisted at the organ mers can cover up. Trouble has taken condolence. Commercial Travelers. Cherish them; let thcin lean on your we really want is keen, sharp, large number of friends fromJ dis- by Miss Isabella ISailcy, of Stanford, the tender heart of this world in its Sunday to see one of Lancaster's pret. arms, these aged people. If when you ax 'S, and if there tance will attend. RICE BENGE. ti st girls. who is one of the Oaest violinists in two rough hands and pinched until sp&ik to them, they can not hear just be any other way of making them the nations wail with the agony. If what say the first timo, when you We are indedebtcd to As'nbrook C. the State. Qhere is talk of making up a party of grave yards that say It a second time do not say it than in the hot furnace, and on the all the mounds hard anvil, and under the heavy ham to goto Chiekam:ua and seethe Lan- Frank for an invitation to attend the The Lexington Leader's report of the have been raised were put side by side If you do you will be sorry mer, I do not know what it is. Recommencement exercises of Kentucky trip of tjic second regiment to Chick you might step on theni and nothing sharply. caster soldiers. for it on the day when you take the member that if God brings any kind of t'nivorsitr, at Lexington June !:h. amauga says: "In Col. uaithers car else going all around the world, and last look and brush buck th silvery ISUKMCE FIRE Mrs. Yaden and children, of London, Mr. Frank's name appears under the around again, and around again. locks from the wrinkled brow just be- chastisement upon you, it is only to Ky, are guests of Mrs. Andrew ll'.ci head of Rachelor of Arts. Ashbrook there was a very convivial party, con These are facts. And now I have to fore they screw the lid on. Blessed be make you use. ill. Do not sit down dissisting of Col. Gaithcr, Mrs. Gaither couraged and say: "I have no more in Lower Garrard. SPKIMFIELD is looked upon by Lancaster folks as and six sons and daughters, the elder say that in a world like this the grandGod for the old peor-- ! They may not reason for living. I wish I were dead." conis have much strength to go around, but Oh, there nevor was so much reason Mr. Daniel MeSc'ianc and daughter, 'a home boy'' and all are glad to learn son being Lieut. Morton Gaither, of est oecutation holy that of giving dolence. The science of impartMARINE FIRE they are God's appointed ministers of for your living as now! of Cynthiana, are the guests of R. II. of his success in school. Bv this or the Covington company; Mrs. Ruth, ing comfort to the troubled wc ought comfort to a broken heart. INSURANCE COMPANY. and ram'sty. Uatsoa deal vou have been consecrated a We arc glad to note an improvement sister of Mrs. Gaither; Adjtitant Gen- all of us to study. There are many of themnot had People who who could look around upon some selves can not have comfort trialothers. priest of the most high God. Go out Mr. Allen Henry made a business in the condition of Jim Hamilton, who eral Dan R. Collier, his daughters Mi&s give to mil do your wnulc work for the Mas friends, who of your EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO trip to Lexington this week, lie took was hurt last week. While his wound Francis, and Mrs 1L L. Eikin, of Lan you well,very best very intelligent, wish They may talk very beautifully and ter, and they mav give you a great deal o( and are OF NEW YORK. see the sights. is giving him trouble at times, yet it caster, and Miss Collier's friend, Miss Rob along to yet be able truthfully to say to them poetic sentiment, but while poetry is Again, there is comfort in th3 is believed he is past the dangir line. Carrie Currey, who boarded the train in thought that all our troubles are a rev days of trouble: ''Miserable perfume Mrs. I. S. Wesley and children have 3'our that smells sweet, it makes elation. Have you ever thought of it Robinson & Hamilton . A. Uer- - comforters are ye all.' is to hopping about with the at Danville; Quartermaster arrived and they and the doctor have Jim used very poor salve. If you have agrav in that connection? The man who has energy of the Irishmam's Ilea, conse- kele, Adjutant W. H. Collier and oth I remark in the first place that very a Office over Post Office. taken rooms at the Mason Hotel. a pathway, and somebody comes quently confined to li s room goes pret ers. Passing King's Mountain, a little voluble people are incompetent for the in covers it all over with flowers, it nevv-- been through chastis iinent is igKentucky :: : L.VNCA3TKK, and norant about a thousand things in his who has been ty hard witli him. Bilda.l and Miss l'attie Rnrnsid puppy with a tag tied about his neck work of giving comfort not Eliphaz had the gift of language, and Is a grave yet. Those who have the soul he ought to know. For instance. "visiting Lancaster relatives, returned For fear some miirht misunderstind was tossed into the window of Col. with their words almost bothered had grief themselves know not here is a man who prides himself on to her home in Rarbourville Monday. of a broken heart. They know-no- t his cheerfulness of character. Ho Ouceu & Crescent Itoute. the arrangement, we will again 4tate Gaither's car. He became the proper- Job's life out. Alas! for these voluble mystery meaning of childlessness, and has no patience with anybody who ty of Liuetenant Colonel Whipple, who people the Miss Nellie Itournc and Mr. Ike Dunn that all friends and relatives are inDANVILLE. that go among the houses of the named him "Cuba" and sent him back alllieted, and talk, and talk, and talk, they having no one to put to bed at is depressed in spirits. Oh, it is of Garrard county, spent several days vited and expected to be present at the NORTH BOUXD. to Master Dan Collier Klkin, of Lan and talk. They rehearse their own sor- night, or the standing in a roomwher. easy for him to be cheerful, with Number 10 (Dally except Sunday) 6:09 a. m with friends here. Lexington Argo- Faulconcr-Masonuptials next Wed every book and picture and door his fine house, his filled wardrobe, 1: p. m rows, and then they tell the poor sufNumber C (Daily except Sunday) naut. nesday evening. Each have so many caster." of memories the door mat 3:l.Sa.m. ferers that they feel badly now, but are fullshe sat, the eup out of which and well strung instruments of music, Number I (Dally) Flag Roylo and Garrard where lUTp.m Jim Currcy, who has a clerkship in relatives in both they will feel worse after awhile. she drank the place where she .stood and tapestried parlor, and plenty of Number 2 (don't stop) The human machine starts but once Silence! Do yon expect with a thin money in the bank waiting for soma Jno. C ' Lewis' establishment, Louis- that they decided to send no formal and stops SOCTU BOUND. but once. You can keep it courtplaster of words to heal a wouud at the door and clapped her hands permanent invjstment. It is easy for Number (don't stop) 11:1'- - a. m. ville, spent Sunday with his parents invitations to these counties, but ex- - going longest and most regularly by deep as the soul? Step very gently the odd figures that she scribbled the him to be cheerful. But suppose his Nnmber 5 (Dally except Sunday) 11 :10 a. m. teud through Thk Rkcoisd an invita in this city. blocks she built into a house. Ah! no, fortune goes to pieces, and his house Number 9 (Dally exeept Sunday) using De Witt's Little Early Risers, the around about a broken heart. Talk 73 p.m. tion for them to be present. yourself before 11:J P.m. Mrs. John Lake and two pretty litfamous little pills for constipation and very softly around those whom God you must have trouble in others. But goes down under the sheriffs ham- Numbers (Midnight lias) trouble Miss Mollie Harmon, of Lancaster, all stomach and liver troubles. Stormes has bereft. Then go your way, A you can comfort mer, and the banks will not have tle daughters, of Terre Haute, Ind., come all ye who have been bereft an.1 anything to do with his paper. Sud- firm grasp of the hand, a compassion are visiting her parents, Judge and came over to bid goodbye to the boys Drug Store. lm ye who have been comforted In your pose those people who were once ele of the Sicond, who were formely her R. KINNAIRD'S ate look, just one word that means sorrows, and stand around these at' Mrs. E. Brown. as muclwis a whole dictionary. andj'QU flietc.l souls and say to them: "I had gantly entertained at his table get so pupils at Garrard College. She is visWALLACETON. can not recogand Miss Mir-ti- e iting Mrs. J. P. Smith, of West Second. that they Misses Gracie Uarton have given, perhaps, all the comfort that very sorrow myself. God eom Waltsie, of tenia, accompanied by Mrs. Robert E kin and Miss Fanny that a soul needs. A man has a terri- forted me and He will comfort you;' nize him upon the street. How then? Miss Carrie Pitts, who for two weeks ble wound in his arm. The surgeon Is it so easy to be cheerful? It is easy G. M. Mr. Ira McClaren visited Mrs. to the spot In to be clurerful in the home, after the go Collier, who went out with the Second has been real sick, seems to be slowly comes Representiag Over and binds it up. ''Now," he and that will toright Patterson Sunday. comfort others wc words, on Wednesday, are expected today improving. says, "carry that arm in a sling, and other have faith in God, practical ex day's work is done, and the gas is must on, and the house is full of Letcher and Will Owsley, who have from Chickamauga. They will join The trustees of the districts are now be verv careful of it Let no one touch perience and good, sound common turned little ones. But suppose the romping been ill of fever for the past two their mother Mrs. General Collier, here enjoying (?) quite frequent visits from it" But the neighbors have heard of sense. piano is shut because the fingers that In the following Fire Insurance weeks, are getting along nicely and and the party will return to their both young men and women, all of the accident, and they come in, and But there are three or four consider plaved on it will no more touch tho they sav: "Let us see it" And the home at L incaster, accommpanied by whom are anxious to become Companies bring to those who keys, and the childish voice that will toon be on foot batter ba tillage is pulled off, and this one and ations that I will acquainted with the children of the that, one most feel it, and "see how much are sorrowful and distressed, and that asked so many questions will ask Misses Rcttina Anderson, Lancaster, , EtHa of Hartford. knowin alvvavs bring to tli.-mneighborhood. it is swollen, and there is irritation, we can will effect a cure. And the no more. Then is it so easy and Ressie Webb, Lexington, arc they and inflammation, and exasperation, that consideration is that God sends When a man wakes up and finds that Qaeca of America. of Miss Lottie Itrown, East guests As Forga Caldwell was returning Every expectant mother has his resources are all gone he begins where there ought to be healingand first National of Ilartfort. Hickman. Jessamine Journal. a trying ordeal to face. If she does not from Rcrea Monday, the harness cooling. The surgeon comes in and our troubles in love. I ofter luar pjo-I to rebel; and he savs: "God is hard: 'ple in their troubles say: "Why, broke while coming down a very steep says: "What does all this mean? You God is outrageous. He had no busiPhcalx of Brooklyn. what God has against me.' ness to do this to me." My friends hill, and the buggy, running against have no business to touch those band wonder som Hartford of Hartford. the mare he was driving, caused her ages. That wound will never heal They seem to think God hastrouble those of us who have been through because to run away, Fortunately, neither unless you" let it alone" So there grudge against them com . Oh, no. trouble known what a sinful and re Manchester of England. and misfortune have wc have, and how much. Mr. Caldwell nor the horse was seri are souls broken down in sorrow. Do you not remembjr that pas bellious heart Connecticut of Hartford. ously hurt, but the buggy was hardly What they most want is rest, or very sage of Scriiiture: "Whom the Lord God has to put up with, and how much we need pardon. It is only in the light careful and gentle treatment; but the loveth He chasteneth?" A a decent wreck. child North British and Merchantile. neighbors have heard of the bereave comes in with a very bad splinter of a llammg furnace that wo can Charles Soper and wife, of Rick went, or of the loss, and they come in learn our own weakness our own German American of New York. in its hand, and vou try to extract it lack of moral resource. and mond, were visiting friends here Sat to svmnathize. and they say: "Show The It is a very painful operation. urday and Sunday. R. G. Mitchell, us now the. wound. What were his child draws back from you, but you Liverpool and London and tilofee. STANFORD. who is in school at Iierca, was with last words? Rehearse now the whole persist You arc going to take .that I also represent the old reliable home folks here Sunday, accompanied scene. How did you feel when you splinter out, so you take that child found you were an orphan?" Tearing with a gentle but firm grasp, for al The folding-be- d victim, Mr. Ashurst, by a Mr. Kindee, a fellow student off the bandagos here, and pulling New York Life Our town was well represcntep at thorn off there, leaving a ghastly though there may be pain in it. the died a few days ago. The home of get ready for it. the Decoration exercises at Berea, wound that the balm of God's grace splinter must come out. And it is love Mr. John M. White, where the accithere is no telling Monday, and all were very much had already begun to heal. Oh, let no that dictates it and makes you per dent happened, has been peculiarly sist. My friends, I really think that unfortunate ai.d sorely afflicted for the Get One of llese Roasters Free! what may happen. pleased with the excellent addresses loquacious people, with HOOD, in this world are onby Child-birtis full of the day. While of course, every tongiu-s-, go into the homos of the dis all our sorrows Father extractins some last several years. Within a few days the hand of our SURGEON-DENTISof uncertainties it true and loyal American present re- tressed! Call at my store and we will ex sorrows were sent of each other too of Mrs. White's little Again I remark: that all those pen thorn. If all these LANCASTER. KY Nature is not given proper assistance. garded himself exceedingly fortunate sons are incompetent to give any kind by enemies. I would say, Arm your children sickened and died of diph Mrs. White's only brother, Office over J. C. Thompson's jewelry store tberia. plain. to hear the address of Gen. O. O. How- of comfort who act merely as worldly selves against them; and as on Danville street. comes Tom Robinson, lingered two months ard, of Maine, as well as other speak- philosophers. They come in and say: tropical climes when a tiger carries I am still in the lead with or more with typhoid fever and died. mountains and down ers from New York, Cincinnati, and " hy, this is what you ought to nave a childfrom the village, the neighbors While covering the roof with tin, Mr. from the is the best help you can use at this time. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS other places, yet, for a combination of expected. The laws of nature must band together and go into the forest Charley Stan wo id, of Danville, fell a GOODS. It is a liniment, and when regularly ap deep and solid sentiment, diction and have their war: and then they get elo and hunt the monster, so I would have feet and for months distance of plied several months before baby comes, rhetoric, wc never heard the address quent over something they have seen misfortunes I Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights examinations. Now you. ifsent thought these go out anil his h.e hung in the balance, while he it makes the advent easy and nearly pain of any one more highly complimented in bv an en mv. wore away with all human philosophy at battle against them. But no, they was tenderly nursed by Mr. White's of Pythias, meets every Thursday less. It relieves and prevents ' ' morning by so many persons, of so many class- such a time. m Iia$.nrrerence does u family. Later on Mr. P. H. Idol, a son night in Odd Fellows hall. All visGoods arc all fresh. I can please sickness," relaxes the overstrained mus- es, as was come from a Father that of Mr. Thos. C. Adams, ma Ice to that father and mother what so gentle, that the so kind, so loving, was mangled by the accidental iting Knights are fraternally inviprophet speaking cles, relieves the distended feeling, short formerly all. He is dead son died of? Pantagraph. discharge 01 a snot-gu- n editor of the disease their and his arm ted. teqderness and mercy', drops the G. B. SWINEBROAD, C. C. ens labor, makes recovery rapid and cer and it makes no difference whether of his of a father anil says, "as one had to be amputated. By the explos the trouble was in the epigastric or idea his mother comforteth, so will I ion 01 a lamp Airs moi was learlulty J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. LANGDON'S BREAD DAILY. tain without any dangerous CUBAN OIL cure? hypogastric region. If the philoso whom uurunu, duo uean urupping irom me Mother's Friend is good for only uo comfort'you." bones, and she died a horrible death I Idlllvl Cuts, s local school. He will pher be of PLEASE GIVE ITS A purpose, viz.: to relieve motherhood . znatiam and3 Sores. Burns, Bruises, Eheu come and say:the'You ought to control Again I remark there is comfort in a few hours later. This pretty res- NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Price, 25 cents danger and pain. pro- lueuce is on iue summit. by a nign nul, your feelings, lou must not cry so. the thought that God you all thii Do surrounding'by magestic01 forest tress TRIAL. useful. cess is going to make One dollar- per bottle at all drug stores, or All persons knowing themselves Indebted to You must cultivate a cooler temrera- K. C. Branch, sent by express on receipt oi price. you know that those who accomplish ana the beautuul country for many the estate of the late Dr.W. 3' O'Neal will irne RnoES. enntaininz valuable inform- goath-b'ndirection Mixed, passes Lancaster, 11 :25 A. X. ment You must have seen. please the most for God and Heaven hare milesain everyplace for a can be to Uok for women, will be sent to any address call and settle with L. F. Babble t- - an fellow be . " upon application to " 4:50 P.M. Show It is lovely JJlied, been under the harrow? at, whether sick or well, but a fatali greatly oblige me. iceberg reproving a hyacinth for all a 2;&a.m " THE BRADF1ELD REGULATOR CO., Poss'gr " M. Y. O'NEAL, having a drop of dew in its me man that has done anything for ty teems to hover around. AtlMta. public or AdntalatoMrfs,' Apr253t Christ in this way, in South-Fe" 1229 A.M. Sretaw. e:ioy for susssrjs. BICOBY V. NOW MAETfll igp, kiss MISERABLE COMFOliTEKS Sympathy Irritatingly and Awkwardly Expressed. eye. Avlolii ist has his instrument, and he sweej s his fingers across the strings, m-- II 01 i MR. My stock is complete and up to date, come get your hats, we can put them up in style and price to compete with any town or city. ROAD Millinery. lis I d WAGONS. vuill I dress close isuool en goods az 50c to $2.50 per pair. and inspect CENTRAL RECORD. eeixt 'Heclnction. jeladies slippers just received, New line from line of Clothing, no AE WACO ITS $5 to $25.00 id TERMS CASH Skin Diseases. fur-:'i:e- s. J W. SWEE1TEV. t 1 f rl"; NEW LIVERY. o n i Very Best Rigs . j AM igts n 1 short-sighte- d 1 Insurance Agency 257,000,000 GETTING READY Insurance COMPANY. T, g h T J. Mother's Friend BEST LOWEST PRICES. after-effec- ts Pfattfott d H. M. BALLOU l" North-b'n- d ui a. orth-b'n- d I FARM AND STOCK NOTES. I y EDUCATIONAL COLUMN.1 ..A TH' !;v'u.-- l SHOTGtifc. Iti In I Conducted by t. S. Uoxvcn. AX KXPLAXATIOS, 5,000 bushels corn wanted. I give one dollar and seventy-liv- e cents per barrel for 1,000 barrels of corn delivered at the STATE NEWS rIAPPE N1NGS. t .. "j PATRIOTIC "5 4 "ir.,. .!j .iu It Kt'liliH l:y tlie ."ill HM .l'a Tu u Head. f u n a OjuWp .! ParticuRig Kun Distillery. Jno. W. Miller, Mgr. 'J'hc export of ho;; products from all p rth of the .United States duriuj; last week were ;;s,l02,OO'J lbs, against lbs. for corresponding1 week in 1SD7. According to the Itureau of Statistics the exports of breadstuff from the United States for the ten mouths ending April 30, lS'JS, were nearly S5,000,-O0- J bushels more than they were during the same period of 1S95-If we want snilk, butter or beef let U5,bree.l and fee J directly toward such an end. Whatever else we can get by tihe way we can count ns clear gain. General purpose animals arc not n shre thing. Croat Itritain imported during the first three mnnths of this year 110,780 Let mo illustrate. Take a doctor cattlo for food from this country, 23. whose treatment in a certain caso is :."iS from Argentine Republic and 2SS to bo dceided upon, who would be a from Canada. Her importations of competent committee to say ho is right f ,ei,h beef during that time amounted or wron"? Should it not be a commit to G72,".-2- quarters. tee of doctoroV and for their opinion I'etcr V. Johnson recommends indi- to have any weight, should they not go grated in water till the water is a be at least as good doctors as he is? If good blue in color,as a splendid reme they nre superior to him, their decisdy for distemper. ion may be conclusive; but suppose Scott Hudson ss training Maj. Mor they are inferior, what weight will gan's bay mare Lillic IJ their opinion have? Gen. Grant was considered a severe by Constantino this year, and she is working well. She worked a mile in disciplinarian, but a good one. What would he think if a committee of pri2: 0 last year. Prospects are very discouraging for vates should decide his course wrong? a fair and trotting meeting at Dan Or even generals who arc not known ville this year, and Richmond may al as good disciplinarians? So if a teacher's discipline is to be so fall into line and give a meeting. The prospects at Winchester, Mt. Ster decided upon, who may say it's wrong? ling, Versailles and Nicholasville, ail Certainly only those who are them Not one in tne Miie Orass region, are not, how selves good disciplinarians. teacher in a hundred can servo on ever, very flattering. Stock Farm such committoe, for not one teacher ISoth very young and veny old anin a hundred is a good disciplinarian. mals thrive better if their food is made Again I say 1 never accused them of easy of digestion. Cut clover, cooked a id mixed with grain meal, is more purposely making it harder for me, for Kentucky Shut Out of tin- Proposed Come lored Troop. digestible than grain only. A small they claim that they have upheld when I was in the wrong; but here is FisAXKrniiT, Ky., May 31. Fecretary quantity of the clover is enough to 1 of War Alger telegraphed Gov. Rrnd-leprevent the grain meal from clogging the point, they think mo wrong, Monda' afternoon, ordering him think them wrong. ant' heating the stomach. to include all of the Keutucky volun There will be a partial eclipse of the So much for the actions of the board teers in four regiments. This will al moon July :U; an annual eclipse of the as a board. Rut whether the indi low on'y one regiment besides those sun July 18th; a partial eclipse of the vidual members are excusable for already formed, and will shut out the s jii December 13th, and a total eclipse their actions (some of which I men "Negro regiment which Gov. Rradley desired should be raised and for which o. the moon December 25th. tioned last week), I leave the public officers had been nicked out. The gov Many of Julgc Hughes' hogs have to decide. ernor bent several telegrams protesting And this, suppose a trustee should against the proposed change, but did died with cholera. 'J he disease seems to ba general throughout the county go to a subordinate teacher when some not succeed in getting the war departMr. W. 15. Vandivier attributes it to rule is objected to by a child of that ment around to his way of thinking. The companies are to be recruited up feeding the hogs too much corn in the trusteo and sav something like this 1)0 men avii Can'tyou ran yoorrooronscw please. from St to winter. lie hasnovcr boon troubled Ou'.et Sunday at Cami Collier. s with cholera among I1I3 ho-can't you havo .vonr own rules and and says Ky.. May it is because he has fed them very lit disregard thooo of tho principal if yon ?Al-i'AMi CoM.un:, LnxixfsTo.W seenc-oThis e.!mj rtas nut the tle corn in the winter. Clel Coleman choose?" and should try to got a eon vhieij marked it Hist Sunday bought several bunches of hogs this fession from that teacher, that the when the 2d regiment was here. The week at 3.25 to 50. Also fifty fat rule was made in order to catch his 3rd regiment boys rested Sunday, sheep at 2 to 2 a pound, and a children when in fact the rule had for the greater portion of the visitors been made over two years, and applied went to Camp Rradley aud did not dis bunch of lambs at 4 c. Uarrods burg Hayings. to all the school alike, what would turb the quiet of this camp. How ever, scores of. the bo3s received call Army mules must be 15 banc's high 3'ou think of that? ers and were the recipients of baskets and must weigh 1.000 pounds. The of good things sent them from home I understand that some say I must or friends in the city. Monday Gov. government does not want to pay but islOO, but crop time makes the prices be mistaken about some of the charges Rradley will be here to present the I made. I'll say this, I stand ready officers their commissions. range from 120 to 110. to make oath to them all, and others Murder at Sculllet own, Ky. 0.1c Minute is not long, yet relief is bcsides,-eve- n worse. IIkxiikiisox, Kv., May 31. Po?ev D. obtained in half that time by the use Rail, aged 3(5, a Chicago attorney, was of One Minuto Cough Cure. It pre In regard to my leaving, I want to shot and killed near Seuflletown, this vents consumption and quickly cures say this, the main cause 1 have for re county, by Homer Taylor. Rail, who colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumonia gret is, that I will not get to reap the had secured a judgment against Tayla grippe and all throat and lung rewards of my labor I have done all lor for a sum of money, went with the deputy sheriff to levy on some proptroubles. Stormes' Drug Store, lm the drudgery, and have the school in erty of Taylor's. Three bullets ensome pleas tered Rail's chest Sheriff Dixon, with The American Stock Farm says: The such condition it will ba Kentucky saddlers and fancy harness ure to teach. I have been planning a a posse, arrested Taylor about an hour horses recantly taken to the New York building, so to speak, and after get- after the shooting. Rail is the son of market by Messrs. C C Harris, Hud ting the dirt and rubbish removed aud the late Mayor Rail, of Henderson, Ky. He represented this county in the legson Hros. and Ward Lutes, did not the foundation laid, I give up the easy islature in 2. bring as satis factor prices as was ex- part to some one else. Rut I can more l'ouiid His Ilody in the ltlver. pected. when they were offered last easilygive up tho work that my whole IIkxdkusox, Ky., May 31. A coat week. The market is not as active as soul has been in for three years, be and vest were found at 12 o'clock Moncause I am now convinced that even day on the L. and N. wharfboat and it has been, owing to the scarcity of buyers and the war scare. Several should I staj, it would be impossible were recognized as belonging to J. C. Immediately parties began horses were bid in and those that were or me to make of the school what I Rarnes. old failed to brmg anything like their had always hoped, unless I could be seining the river, as he had attempted suicide by morphine about a week ago. backed bv a more progressive spirit value. At 0 o'clock Monday evening the body In a circular letter regarding the than characterizes the present regime. was fished out of the river a short disgreat fall meeting of the Kentucky below. He was 73 years of age, I wish to express my appreciation of tance had quite a sum of monej". lie Trotting-IIoivsISreeders' Association and the hearty approval of my course, the was robably insane. Secretary Wilson calls the horseman's attention to the following facts: Three unreserved commendation of my work, Laughed After He Had Killed His Rival. Rowi.ixg Giikkx, Ky., May 31. John entries fill a race; there is no declar- the almost universal condemnation of ing oil at Lexington. Closing date, the treatment 1 have received, and the A. Smith, a Negro, was cut all to June 1. gives you a chance to get a many expressions of hearty good will. pieces and killed here Monday night I want to say to those who took it by Cass Wallis, also colored. The men fair line on your horses. Payments love with the same Negro are fairly arranged; the last one the upon themselves to get up that peti- were in and the world was too small woman, night before race. Second and third tion, that I appreciate the spirit which to hold both. Wallis laughed at havmoney in many races are as much as prompted it, although I told all who ing killed his rival, and said: "I told first money elsewhere, and the aver spoke to me about it, that it could not that Negro I would cut his head off if possibly do me any good, still I he didn't keep away from Mary Ida age winning time no faster than thought it would be proper for the Heard." same classes on other tracks. peo. lc to show on which side they West Kentucky fol.eje. There is no bitter property on the stand; and I am assured by many who n Mayfikijj, Ky., May 31. Rev. farm just now than a yardful of good ought to know, that outside a few of Mooney preached the baccalaubreeding cattle, and tfic outlook seems fended parties, all the patrons arc on reate sermon of West Kentucky college at the Methodist church to a bright f jr that class of stock for my side. This is a soured of great large audience. The graduating class number of years to. come. A Central pleasure to me. this year .is composed entirely of Illinois farmer recently sold 10,000 young women Misses Florence and worth of Shorthorns, that represented My friends will be glad to know that Mayine Elliott, Jennie Wire, Lilian a very handsome profit. From one I am not out of a position, as such a Roswell, Mattic Taylor and Mary Mccow, for which $159 had been paid sev course 16 likely to leave one. Dr. Donald. eral years ago, produce were sold to Ashley Johnson happened to be with Dr. Stewart Will ICaiso Two Companies. the value of 9S0. Another cow, that me when I received the board's notifiPiiKSToxsuuiiG,Ky., May 30. Dr. A. cost but S0 during the depression, con cation, which' he understood as I did. H. Stewart, deputy warden of the tributcd two calves that fetched 3S0 Then and there my mind was made up state penitentiary, established a reand one of her heifer calves still re to accept the position he had pressed cruiting office here Saturday morning. He has a commission from Gov. Rradmain. Ureedcrs' Gazette. upon me. A position better than this ley to raise two companies for cavalry respect. The indications arc that the wheat in every service. Dr. Stewart is a man ot promcrop of 1S98 will be the greatest in the So I feel toward those who would inence in the state. history of the countrj. Frc-figures wish me gone, as the mole did toward Commissioned to Kaise, a Kelmcnt that are being collected and compiled the person who buried it alive. I'm Fkaxkfokt, Ivy., May 27. Gov. by some of the big Chicago firms, has not hurt, but am better off. However, Rradley Thursday commissioned Coned on the reports of experts in overy I do not deem it my duty to publicly gressman D) S. Qulson, Eleventh Kenr section of country, the oncoming thank those who were the Immediate tucky district, .as- the colonel to naise '.vheat crop is estimated to exceed 050,- cause of my getting a better place, un- one of tlm two regiments of volunconvinced that they wero teers fqr Kentucky. 0)0,000 bushols. All the conditions less I'm by a desire to do me good. prompted aro reported as being of the most fa ,A Dinner tor Company U. Rowling Gkeex, Ky., May 28. A big vorable nature, and while there is 1 desire to say in closing, that I have Sunday dinner, consisting of substan-tials'a- s decrease in the acreage the total yield voted for every single trusteo at well ns delicacies of the season, will more than double that of 1S97 election, noiwitnstanaing 1 naa every every RowlKansas looms up as the banner State reason to believe some of them would will be shipped from here to the night company (B) Saturday this year, an increaso of 23 percent in get my scalp, if half a chance pre- ing Green was started Thursday night, itself. Rut I have the concious-nes- s The move the acreage having been reported. Eb' sentedof having done unto others as I and its success is already assured. timatcs on the yield vary all the way wished thorn to do unto me. May Be Sent to Wunhlngton. from 70.600,000 to 100,000,000 bushels Lexington, Ky., May 38. The G & The Cuban question and political is- O. Railroad Co. is holding cars in read wuile the combined crops of Kansas Nebraska and Oklahoma Is estimated sues sink into insignificance with the iness billed for Washington. The fact at 109,000,090 bushels. 'Of this 30.0C0, man who suffers from piles. What ho is pointed to as indicating that the 000 to 40,000,000 bushels are credit d to most desires, is the relief. DeWitt's next Kentucky regiment ready for Witch Hazel Salve cures piles. Stormes movement will be sent to Washing' Oklahoma and Kansas will haveiO ton. Drug Store. . 000,003 to 90,000,000 bushels. im Wat-ter.so- n Hal-lany c 2 1S91-De. 1 Well-bur- Having found that one paragraph of my articu last weeic was mssuuner- stood by some, I desire to explain, so that I may not even unintentionally o injustice to those concerned. You remember 1 said the board had weakened my. authority every time they had hail anything to do with a case of discipline; and I said if they had stood by me llrmlj' in the first few ases, there wouldn't have ii anj more. io;v, 1 u.ii not say, ana tiiU not mean to leave the impression that they purposely failed to stand by me firmly, or purposely weakened my authority when they thought me wrong. liut 1 meant to say that while they thought they were right, and hence were acting with the best of motives, their judgment was at fault, and they were actually, and seriously crippling my authority. 1 -; Vi:y vii.s.K. Ky., June i lars of a double tragedy on They Turn Lumow, Ky., May 30. The Cincin ly 'InoiwaniU to Hour nati South rn railway shops wore the senile Sunday morning of a disastrous Cut. Watti-roSjieau ami See the fire, resultiii- 111 a loss of iy.ui)j, fully Parade nt I.i xlngton. ovcivd by insurance, and tho com , Ky., May CS. Friday plete destruction of what is know n as Lkxixoion-the saw shops, whore- - wooden mater was Kcutuuky day and a tremendous crowd was in town to witness the bril ial is turned cut. with engines and machinery specially adapted to that liant parade and hear Col. Henry address the Kentucky volun- work. This was the fourth destructive fire Scores of excursion trains teers. the shops within tho past 12 were run from all parts of the state to years, J lie lirst occurred 12 years ago and it is believed the largest crowd of strangers ever seen in the city was in the gas manufacturing house. The hero. Col. Rreckinridge introduced loss at this fire amounted to 20,000 Col. Watterson, who began speaking and the lives of three men. The sec at 3 o'clock. Three hundred school ond and third fires consumed the en children sang patriotic airs when the tire plant of the company. strangers entered the grounds. In the Tliinl Kemiic.iy Shy Ki'ritly. parade were the First regiment, KenLkxinotox, Ky , May 3. The Third tucky volunteers, State college cadets, Kentucky regim nt was completed Sat city officials, Knights of Pythias and urday morning, and Mustering Oilieer other orders. Rallanc.; has wired the war depart The 3rd regiment was mustered in as ment for instructions regarding the a whole Friday afternoon. One com- disposition of it Coi. Smith and Chap pany was mustered Friday morning, lain Thomas were the last men sworn two remaining companies were mus- in. Col. Colson is working hard on tered in the afternoon. The two troops the Fourth Kentucky and the First, of cavalry were mustered. Capt. under Col. Castleman, will be mustered hopes to begin mustering the in ly Tuesday. The two cavalry 1st regiment Saturday and expects to trooj s were mustered Satunkty. get all the soldiers away from hero by Desha Rreckinridge, son of Col. Hilly the middle of next week. RreckinrMge. who has boon made Mrmnrlul Day in Citve Hill Cemetery. judge advocate of the First regiment 31. The Kentucky volunteers, will be ai.tlieh.nl May Ky., L.orisvn.1.1-:graves of the federal dead in Cave Hill tv) the stall of hi.s uncle, M'aj. Geo. cemetery were tlecorated Monday with Joseph Rreckint idge. An address appropriate ceremonies. .Si vi n (iirls (ira dilated. was delivered by Prof. Reuben P st Richmond, Ky..- May 28. The forty-lirJlnllock, of the male high school, and annua! commencement of Madpatriotic songs were sung by the pupils of the male and female high ison Female institute was held Friday, schools. Preceding the decoration of 'lhe baccalaureate sermon was delivthe graves, the veterans, the ons of ered by President R. Linn Cave, of veterans, the members of the W. R. C. Kentucky university, of Lexington. mid the members of the various auxil- E Iward Scribuer II. nes, of P.utler coliary order in the city formed in par- lege, a idivs.sd the jjra.iur.tes. '1 he re the Misses Itla Speed, ade, and marched to the cemetery and graduates thence to the lot set apart for the fed- of Madison viile; May Parke, of Speederal dead where the wire well; Jennie Fa rues, of Taint Lick; The parade Ressie Spears, of Spory;; , Jane Rreek, tolenin and impressive. of Richwas one of the longest ever known of Richmond; Ethel Fen-illmond, and Nellie Pugh, of Vnuceburg. here on Decoration da v. One vi-.st KENTUCKIAKS. creek, 20 miles from this place bac ju-- t reached here. Jonah Saylor wont to the home of Lee Rritt.iin and tried to borrow a to loan shotgun, but Rrittaiu r.ft:-e- d Saylor after making lor th: gun. threats started home. 'Sailor went to a neighbor's houi-- to borrow a j;un, Jimi then told Isaiah I'.aylor. ln.s Jarin hand, to get his pistol and follow in m. When t!i y got near Itrittain's saw them latter the hitisf O'liilng rushed into the and Ry sluitguu. Ik. use ami jrot his this time Saylor and Raylor had got to the vard fence, and opened fire on Rrittaiu, but the shots went wide of the mar!;. Rrittain then lired twice, killing Saylor and Itavlor instantly. goRrittain told his wife that ing to surieinler tu an olliier at once, an. I it is supposed he has done so. Rrittaiu is a wealthy, inlliit'iitial citizen. Saylor and Raylor were from Ohio, and were in the logging and farming business. e s A Kdlin Near I'lay C1I7. Ci.AYtnv, ICv., June l. - A liilling occurred Tuesday morning on the St.ir.on road, about one mile from this eity. It seems that there was a dispute between V. T Hall and the Kentucky I'nion Land Co about a farm, and at the term of the circuit court the suit was. decided 111 favor of Hall. lie sold the land to Sila, Leo, who ha made one payment on it, and refused to pay anv more until the suit was decided. Silas l.oe had rented the land to the husband of hi, sister. Jeff Hampton. After the suit was decided Hail claimed the laud as his own. and Tu.-say morning started togo through it lie went through, and Mrs. Hampton told him not to eome bat h that vj.y. but lie did. Hie then shot him revolver, the ball with a bi'low the right eye and killing la-.- t I " Elijah Holtoii, a girl. Davis Stilton had a vnl uablc h'rs to die list week from lock jaw. Runaway toanr: are getting very common here. R. L. Warner's team of horses ran off Monday evening, teaming up teleghone posts and fences in general, butjfortunately, no one hurt, and Saturday morning Messrs Clarence and Porter Wearen were breaking a horse, it ran nil throwing both boys out and greatly demolishing theexrt. Neither seriously hurt, J. W. Hill and L. Forbes and wives, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moll'etjin Jessamine county last week. Misses Jennie Galley and Lillic ace nnpaniud by It L. Warner, visited friends in Madison last week. R. W. Dunn, of Miledgeville, returned last week, after a visit tu his d i tighter.. Miss Susie Sandiib'tv Miss Allii Arnold, of ynur city, is spending tnis weeir wnn jiirs. ucna i.eaziey. Miss Pearl Hardin visited her sister, Chilli Mrs. Will Long, at Marksbury, last FuAXKrour. Ky . June t. Four boy week. Mrs.. Susan Walker, who has prisoners under III years- old. wvrv bcn blind for several years, fell down placed a fiight of stairs and broke both arms. TiiesJayin the Frankfort penitentiary They are Pleasant Knight, Andy Ros.s. ugsl age l 5V foras-ault- : 1' iv.d Mitelu-li- . I"), for housebreaking. "BEFORE BABY IS BORN." I housebreaking, ami Lee for ae IVi-iAll ar-IT for assault A Valuable Little Book of Interest j from im Shelby county except Uoss, who to All Women Sent Frco. iro'u Mete r Horn. t.i th i' i, t fi! v!!? Wai-ne- r. Tiw 'llri Kfiilwkr Lr.KiVrsc. Kv.. J'no t. 'imr - 4- y !'iir d er' v ry r, t '! a day. At the first nam d camp tue ;:. . rwwim'Mit lias everv thing rimar U leave liere at i p. m '.YeJM9iay Chickamau 'a I he regiment will trav of d el in sleepers. Not over the regiment have arms and equ.p.- Ti, I jt i... itii..n t lint lt:i.Vi for 50 days. Secretary Alger's wieff to ri emit all companies U the maxi mum strength of U; men will bo : lowed. rerrmptiir.lv lis'jm.el Curtis Lorwvii.ti:. Ky . lune charged with the murder oi Claude Rryant, was dismissed in tiie criminal court Tueslay Uy Judge P.jrker on peremptory instructions. J iliii W.uker. t!ored. a.i-?the only w itiioss to the a!lejrl shootin?, wa.-- arresU.il shortly after the dismissal on a warrant charging perjury, sworn out by the father of the dead uoy -: Rr-a-- f' one-ttur- ll 1 - - r h.iii l Tohsec" ComWiie. Uy., Jane 1. -- The pro-po- s of imlei endont manunibino facturers with 'the Amei ic;m Tobacco company may not aftt r ail be hop.- Mr. J I!. lissly past accomplishment Hughes, th'e New 'Yoil: financier," is Mr. Hughes is constill in the city. here nected with the trust anil think he is making a tour of the cities in which desirable factories are located, securing a renewal' of the options '! !n- - ! n.pi.M-iI L..I K, it iv fur Wain. Every woman looks forward with feelThe. 0Vr.;:oia. Ky , Juno ings of indescribable joy to the on,e mo- j 0viMi-bar- o Wagon Co has received a mentous event of her life.compnred with which all others pale into insignifi- rush order for 2tK army wagons for cance. How proud and happy she will i Htm l i U : in Cuba Tin? president bo when her precious babe nestles on of I'll company Iris been summoned her breast how sweet the name of Washington, to arrange for an "Mother!" And yet her happy anticiorder for the earliest possitle pation of this event is clouded with dv liivry misgivings of the pain and danger of I helf Aeipiiilnl the ordeal, so that it is impossible to W Y. EiP.i!'" iiruwN. Kv . Juno avoid the feeling of constant dread and killed Goo W. which creeps over her. The danger Chelf. who shotlast Friday, was. here and suffering attendant upon being a fcmallw-ooiy on the ground of mother can be entirely prevented, so circumstanoes 'irdge that the coming of the little stranger lUli Illl.r thill ( l llilli i.l'ltl.l, t need not be looked forward to with fear and trembling, as is ?o often the provocation for the deed. case. Every woman who roads this Clerk Mini I! I ulii-r'paper can obtain absolut' ly free n valMt Snr.MNfi K y . 'line 1 A book entiuable and attractive little irootmg aKV.iv icouired at Seiu r tled "Before Ruby is Born," by sending iio:h this city, between her name and address to the RnuUield add his f.lher s tioiU. Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. This"book a. P.iv was diot contains priceless information to all Will L I'av women, and no one should fail to send caliler. fistcl. aud i? fatally for it. lr-li- !i J Army - ' I 5 l Too-da- h.-l- -- I i ilea-!-I- t -- ! New. Department Commander. Rowi.ino Gi:::i:.sy Ky.. May 27. Hammond, of Louisville, was. elected department commander of io Kentucky G. A. R.. after a hot canvass by the friends of Col. Colin, of the Louisville Anzieger. J. .1. Rarne?, of this citj was elected senior vice commander; C. C. Yaughan, of Russellville. jun ior vice commander; Dr. J. Ii Mere dith, medical director; J. E. Cooper, chaplain, and George W. Saunders, historian. Kccrultcd to the Full War strength. Li:xixotox. Ky., May 27. The two volunteer cavalry troops that have Ix'en quartering at Chautauqua are now recruited to the full war strength. Thirty men were brought in Wcunes-dafrom Knox county to lill the vacancies mai.e by njectiuns, though Capt. Peronly IS more were needed. kins, of the Rarbourvillo troop and Capt Prater, of Magoi'in county, have both been assured of getting commissions. a New Company. Or?au:z MiDin.K.siionornii, Ky., May 27. JW. which were given hy the different factories. These factories are located here,' in St Louis, Midd.ktowu, O.. Detroit and Sietimoiid. Va lira Mill 1 OF LEXINGTON, KY. Milill i n liS, PLAN LIFE rmTllANCE REVERSED. $97,000.00 Paid in Maturies. $38,000,00 Reserve and Surplus. Coupons Redeemed April, 1898 AiMrc-i- . Xiitne. J II Xelson. Raltimore. Mu Geoi-j- o I. Hine.-:- , Winl'wM, Tena Ccnvglll it 3iieaei;r. LrxIiiKton, Ky y t'5oit. Si -- ? .7 m.n :.j! In accordance with tiie president's second call for volunteers, Corryton M. Woodbury, president of the Mingo Coal Co., began recruiting a company here Wednesday night. Woodbury held a commission in the Seventh regiment, New York national guard, for seven years, and will be elected captain. L. F. Frisby and George W. Albrecht are the lieutenants. Recruits are joining rapidly. Senator StnartV Company. Fi:i:stoxbti:g, Ky., May 30. A. H. Stuart and son Rird arrived here from Richmond, Ky., to raise a company of cavalry volunteers from this county. A recruiting office was opened in Senator Dinguss' office Twics-a-- W l'urrr Crostlnvnl. Lexington, Kr J. M. it John Skalu Lexington. Ky Mnrgurot Johnson. Louisville, Ky Mollie Simji-ion- , Lexinprun, Ky Ir. II. V. Cox, Harroitsliurg, Ky It. K. Johnson, .Baltimore. Mil Dr. W K Bauailer, Lexington. Ky I!os A Harrington. FalniDnth. Ky I) B GooiI.'Lfxinston. Ky nr A 1' Taylor, Lexington.' Kr M in in USA) ia aut .ii .... ...... l0rt awn JtrJi WJi? L'ifrJ . 7 47.::.s ,V, '- .- 210 Ztj siv SI.VV AMI I L Dowliug. Bur-fin- . Ky .. John and nine names were presented. Senator Stuart expects to get 100 men from "here among his old acquaintances, of which he will be captain. Drowned in a Pond. Ky., May 2S. Felix, the son of R. E. Griffith, a wealthy tobacconist of this eity, was Mayfif.lt, drowned in a pond while bathing Friday afternoon. A number of small boys were with him, but failing to res cue him they were frightened and ran away. He had been in the water half an hour when taken out The pond of the home. was within 70 Lkxixotox, Ky., May 30. Friday night about 12 o'clock Harry II. Locke, private in the 1st regiment, was shot in the abdomen by a Negro woman, Rose Green, at her house. At first Locke's wound was pronounced fatal, but Saturday morning it was found the bullet only cut the fiesh and did not cnttr the cavity. . JOWL AND Soldier Shot by a Colored I.ady. James Cassel, a Louisville saloonkeeper, was accidentally shot through the head and instantly killed here by Hart Pickett They were friends and drinking together. v New Company at Harbourvillc. RAimoimvn.i.i:, Ky., May 30. A new company' of volunteers has been organised in this place by Mr. Sydncr Allies, being composed of S. of the best ' men in Knox and most connty. Their leader, Mr. Ames, is a young man of considerable promise and is well acquainted with military tactics. Rradley has announced that unless otherwise instructed by the president, the second of Kentucky's regiments on the second call will consist of colored troops. Lkxixotox, Ky., May 31. For the first time since the war the confederate veterans joined with the G. A. R in Observing memorial day and decorating the graves of. the Union soldiers. The ceremonies at the cemetery were most impressing. Bowling Gkkex, Ky., May 27. The pressure in favor of Southern Kentucky was so strong that Glasgow was named as the next meeting place for the G. A. R. The encampment was a big success and adjourned Thursday afternoon. TEA cures PaaNUBIConstipation and v AN gia, Dprpep- Indi- SiiFj.uf A Saloonkeeper Shot. VH.I.K. Ky., May 30. Both One Year for Lexington. Ky E S Karlek. Nicholasville, Ky J II Baker, Lexington, Ly A J Taylor, Lexington. Ky George Copcinnil. Lexincton. Ky Catherine Lang. Louisville. Ky L 6 Mihvnrii. Lexington. Ky Jilss Annie Kuohle, Lexington. Ky J ii it John Skalu. Lexington. Ky C Y Freeiiion, Lexington Ky J M & John Skaln. Lexington, Ky A S Bowman. Lexington. Ky Sarah Short. Sacramento, Cal .Mrs C X Evan. Cincinnati. O Siis'au Brou n, Lexington, Ky Zirnfelt. LouisxIIIe, Ky Mrs Mary Golden, Lexingloii, Ky Lniou Kiker, llarrodahurg, Ky W" II Ford. Lexington, Ky W II Ford, Lexington. Ky W II Ford. Lexington. Ky II L Stevens, Lexington. Ky F II Xorton. Lexington, Ky B It AdkliH, Lexington. Ky L Ilaum, Lexington, Ky Maggie Smith, Lexington. Ky Mrs M G HutcliitHon. Lexington, Ky J D Purcell, Lexington, Ky. . ., J I) Puree!!, cLxiuston, Ky B 1! Butler, Harrodsbiirg. Ky Edward Woodford, N Middlctoa. Ky Emil Ithardt, Nicholasville. Ky Alfen B liaw kin.-"- Lexington, Ky M N Peacock. Georgetown. Ky Y L Hichmoiid, Lexington. Ky Kd Lexington. Ky Dr. B. B. Cissudy, Le Grange, Ky William Watson, Louisville, Ky O S Williams, Burgiu, Ky 1C Thomson, Lancaster. Ky Kate S Brown, Lexington, Ky Kate S Browu, Lexington, Ky C Hedge-- -, KijHj S i..0 sij0 I5.T.0 22.Z0 3. -; I h.7 St.!.". W7 1.M7 M- -i Sjn 1!."0 1S..VI -- oji lVtt: ...... ni 17 Kito its.: ................ i Is"0 l.s.tu 'itUO ll Mr:i SV.71 s.u:: , ir..o 15,-ji i.vo 1 iso s: K. .s.r. at. i.i at.f. 31 17 31.17 1.UI 114-- llm J1,0 11, ::t.l7 31.17 K.?i) SI. 7 JU M.17 11.17 1U0 1U.0 12 r a.t. ii"ja 21.17 1I,4) 10." 10." .... .... id .... ll)4t .... t5J .... 7 .... S .... .... 00 .... 10. 2l).l irto 17.U 17.U SO.Oi 20 01 . .r. Only IJesiment of Colored Troop. Frankfoist, Ky., May 27. Gov. The B!no and the Gray. Glasgow Wins. gestion. Regulates tho Liver. Price, 25 cts. This offer will only stand for a few days, and is for new subscribers and old ones who pay for this year. Brown, Lexington". Ky Katie Jl Fcenv, Lexington, Ky George G Curl, Georgeton, Ky . It T Collins. Georgetow-n- Ky Harry McCarty, NiclioIasviUe. Ky McFerrau Crow, Versailles, Ky Shookuiu Gulch Pool, Lexington Shoolnnn Gulch Pool, Lexhigton, Ky rihookum Gulch Pool. Lexington. Ky Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky Sliookuiii Gulcli Pool, Lexington. Ky Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky J C Thompson, Lancaster, Ky Miss Thel Hemphill, Lancaster, Ky Milton Johnson, Maysvllle, Ky John T Shelby, Lexington, Ky John It Allen, Lexington, Ky John It Allen, Lexington, Ky W W Qiilim, Nicholasville, Ky 3 V Fry. Lexington, Ky Geo W Fitzgcrlaud, Georgetown, Ky J H Baker, Leviiigton, Ky. J II Baker. Lexington, Kv J H Baker, Iexingtoii, Ky Johnson it Nelson, Baltimore, Md John 1.9 nry, Newport News, Vu A. F. Campbell, Fortress Monroe, Vu Wm H Arriugdalc, Newport News. Va D B Good, Lexington, Ky White estate, Lexington, Ky... Good it Co., Lexington, Ky A L Marshall Lexington, Ky Dr David Bennett, Lexington, Ky WD Finch. Danville, Ky V D Finch, Danville, Ky A L Marshall, Lexington, Ky Lillic Sible. Louisville, Ky D B Good, Lexington, Ky . : Johnson, Nelson, & Co., Lexington, Ky... Profits over cost. .... .... yju .... i." .... f .... 7 .... 70 T. S lUOtl SO.CH 17.41 17.141 .... .... .... .... .... . so S.f .s 1IH 17J l?.t-- i 17.1J 17.11 17.11 s K.50 17.lt 17.lt 17.11 17.11 .... .... .... S, .... s .... s ... .; '. 17.lt 17.11 15.C0 .... C0 .... CM .... CZ I" JiA) 6 lJ7 127 .... ". .... .... 80 .... ..... ; .." 6 12.57 12.37 12 37 12 I2.7 12.57 12.57 i:7 .... .... .... .... 'i;.-! CM CM 12.7 12.7 fMiOO 132.CO. 1H2.C0 .... I 46M v .. . .TT .... 12 .... ilM .... .... .... .... .... IV 12 ro I2.J0 00 45 41 f L,1&1 120.0U 132.00 12J.0O 129.00 120.00. 120.00 120.00 120.00 t3,916,lW A. SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary