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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i hi tnltni tJerifb Ll Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster sir as Second Class ITlatter NCMBERVUbDaFil PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAU Cur Public Square end Danville Avenue Cultivators AND Double Shovel Plos Screen Doors Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers J HI HIHASELDEN Lancaster Williuns- Stlufrl1 Attorneys at Law L eASTER XY All business attended to promptly a Coolers K- CoLWGlvtch WI Iaen caster VJLLLAMt a FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky BEAZLEY BAITGH dAN 150 Garden truck is ripe TIring in a dollar for the Dont forget the Contest at Stanford June 17th CourierJournal and Tin RECOUD one year for only SL25 The greatest Disc Harrow on the G S Gaines I have new tomato and cabbage plants for sale Geo Smith J A Iteszlcy Co have a large and handsome line of wall paper Prices to suit the people Smallpox has about disappeared the Madison county pest house The epidemic cost the county several thousand dollars The trial of a count road case the county judges attention for three days this week The case came from the Buckeye neighborhood and the jury was taken to view the ground lo oit for Them A lotro counterfeit half dollars are ill circulation hereabouts As a fellow can V punished for having snob mon ey in his possession it would be well to look out for them C tffloc to Tuxpayer- Tu4fes aio now due the City and all arc respectfully Requested to pay same at once The penalty will soon be added and it will be to your interest to E M WALKER M C L You Can Slip In Now The antiscreen law has been at Stanford and the saloons can stain their windows have side doors or do pretty much as they please Bro Walton says you can also if you like roll in or tumble in just so you g t in as it looks like the council wants you to do Opening at Dripping The opening at Dripping Springs will take place Wednesday the 15th Mr llothwell has arranged to make the day an enjoyable one and all who attend will be amply repaid for mak ing the trip A splendid orchestra will be on hand and the large dance hall kept open all day A big ball will be at night A cordial in vitation is extended all to attend nl com market at y Notice io pay your now C t occupied tai abolished given Lookout for mad dogs More Saturday night Visit High Bridge this summer It will pay you The best two horse wagon on the market at G S Gaines Pie Plant roots for fall planting 09 to 75c per dozin at J C Thompsons Eggs Hatching From prize wining Black Minorcas 15 eggs for 103 R L Blkin Henry Duncan has purchased of Win Cook the lot and houss on Rich mond street opposite Judge Look To Your Best homemade buggies on the mar ket at J B lays Paint Lick Ivy Gen eral repairing and horseshoeing a speciaity Give us a trial 318 3m W K handsome residence on York street to John Stone As Mr S returned to McKinney we failed to learn the price For 1003 I will make you a suit to yojir measure from any 31250 pattern that I have left These are ues at 81503 and I only have a few pat terns A rare chance for a bar T C HEMIHILL The Spanish claim to be fighting for Spains honor According to his tory for the last 2 JO years thepeligree of Spanish honor is about as follows Sired by Treachery dam Cruelty a full sister to Barbarism both tracing to Romanism as foundation stock Exchange Death of a Prominent Citizen Mr John L Arnold one of the old est best connected and most popular citizens of this county died on Wed neslay Funeral services were con ducted by Elder George Gowen on Thursday at 3 oclock p m at Lan caster Cemetery where the body was laid to rest in the presence of a very large cowd of relatives and friends His life was such as to deserve more than a passing notice which ty will be deferred until next issue in the absence of the data for such an article Sold Shugars has sold his new and immediately Tlum goodvul deft gain ofnecesi hades raised fey Burnsides Interest Property No Pairs Mens Sample Shoes left out of In order to clean up this lot of Samples we offer the entire lot for 250 Dont miss this op portunity to buy shoesc These are First Class Goods= = LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 10 isos I IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER J d 4Q04044 tWQt tA 041034 POt C0000404CG00 30Q104a6CQ004 44644C04d34i 04D000 0 0 040oo 8ot c 48o 0000 ooro+ + bought of the MasonCobb Co Auburn Maine who failed ago at big discount Reg ular price of these goods is 4 450 5 and 6 sometime We are offering a big lot of odds and ends in Ladies Misses Childrens Oxfords from 50c to 125I Hot Weather Clothing WE have everything in this line in keep you cool Crashsuits Z5Dtn 5 Large line all wool Crash suits 7 50 BlackandBlue Serge Coats and Vests 350 to 450 j STRAW HATS ALL STYLESALL ES See our New line of Pearl Hats at 150 and 250 The Latest out Hot Weather Underwear from 50cts to 2 a suit LOGAN ROBINSON I a Another circus Masonic Lodge meets Monday night G S Gaines handles the genuine Brown Cultivator V Nice line millinery at cost A S Ilaselden ryant jvillc Ky Ward Millers pipe line leaked in several places and is causing trouble anti the worid only 15e J U falling off in the number of street loungers is gratifying Go to work ye sluggard and rest the scat of your trousers Excursion to Cincinnati Sunday June 12th Usual low rates Summer resorts all open now Ask Ticket Agents for particulars W C Ilinear son G P A Cincinnati O Wanatnakcr Brown are giving caci customer from to 5 in the price of suits as the customer saves that much and gets a perfect fit M D HUGHES Agent Mr Henry rurnam an old and citizen of the Paint Ick neighborhood died at his hour near that place Monday He was highly respected and well known throughout the county The City Council met Monday night but did nothing of importance The question of the town night pro was not mentioned so the marshal will continue to pick his teeth through the day and the sneak thief fire fiend and boozy boys hold full sway during the night Away Flew the Yoodcoclc I have the best and cheapest line of Midsummer wear ever brought to this city Readytowear coats at 0c and SI Black Alpaca coats at 2 and genuine Crash Suit at 5D Tailor made Kentucky homespun tow linen at S per suit The goods will launder perfectly M D Hughes Agt coming Mrs New Railroad and war map of Cuba Thompson he lrcntiant highlyrespected givn t c ion S L e Temperance Lecture Pro J J Ruckcr president of Georgetown College delivered lecture to a large audience at the Presbyterian church Sunday Prof Ruclwr is well known in Garrard many persons here having gone to his school lie is a good and earnest worker fjr the temper ance cause and the bttcrmcat of man ic kd Tnliiteiitional Orersoight In sitting up the article regarding fie selection of teachers for the Ural ed School the typesetter overlooked the name of Miss Jaynie Shumate Miss S mmatj has been connected with the school for several terms and by liar efficient work and untiring en egy has won the esteem of both pu pils and parents It is with pleasure we announce the fact that her servi ces were retained by the trustees An opinion has been handed down by the U S court leading that banks must pay local taxation the same as individuals are made to pay What is known as the Hewitt law gave banks the right to pay 75 on the 100 in lieu of all other taxes This law is pronounced unconstitutional and the banks will now appeal to the supreme court It is believed the case will eventually go against the Banks and if it should it will close up many of the smallfry institutions in the state they being unable to pay the enor mous taxation asscssel against them If the case finally goes against the banks the two Lancaster institutions will have to pay a good sum into the local treasury as the matter dates back to 1SJ4 TIjic Concert Notwithstanding the fact that the proceeds were to be used in the noble cause of furnishing hymn books to the Lancaster soldiers a very small audi enca attended the entertafnment giv en at the Court House Monday evening Those who did go were highly repaid as a better program was never arran ged for similar occasion The of Misses Olivia Sweeney Addie Burnside and Elisa Lusk was greatly enjoyed as were also the recitations of Misses Alberta Anderson Eleae lUaU Lettie McRobeits and Edna Mason Miss May Hughes piano solo was high ly complimented and was a rich treat to the audience Although the piano used was a miserable one Miss Hughes temperance speaker the Lauks cants singing evening Against succeeded admirably demonstrating the fact that she is one of the very best performers our people have ever had the pleasure of listening to Miss Chastine MacGregor who is the guest of Mrs W R Cook kindly consented to sing and her solo and enchore were greatly appreciated and enjoyed Mess G Bright Swinebroad and Lewis Walker delivered a few remarks at the opening and closing of the evenings entertainment They soared about in the clouds brushing all the cobwebs from the sky and putting a few extra touches on the moon and stars The young ladies who planned the are entitled to much praise for their work in so noble a cause and that so few of Lancasters people turned out to lend a helping hand to the brave boys who have gone to the front to fight their country in I weregretexceedingly for entertainment 1 Stanford contest June 17th Buy your boards ana shingles at S Morgans Buy ice from Northcott and it will be delivered daily 4 To save cost call and settle with J G SWEENEV I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn Itoiirhou Steam Laundry Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Strain Laundry Leave your orders at Sweeneys store tf Organizing Maccalwc Judge M D Hughes has been a Maccrbee lodge at Bryantsviile and will complete same this week This is good insurance and cheap Danville Steam Laundry Smith Currey Agents for Danville Steam Laundry We ship every day We send today and deliver tomorrow Satisfaction guaranteed Work called for and delivered tf Tink Anderson told a friend that several girls were so anxious to mar ry him was compelled to go away and join the army It was eith er marry the whole crowd or go to the war so he chose tile latter IJiff Show Coming Flaming pesters announce the com of Harris Nickel Plate Shows The date is Thursday the 17th Save up your nickels boys and old folks ready to take the children Harris show has been here before and always gives satisfaction Through the efforts of lion George M Davison congressman from this district the name of Mrs W J Lan dram has been placed on the pension rolls at twentyfive dollars per month Gen Lau dram was a substantial friend to Judge Davison and the judge is one of the few who has shown his appreciation of such friendship or The ing Netter organizing h Marry 1iglit that he getS A Chance for More Travel on the night trains continues We heard a railroad man say that if this business continues to grow there is a possibility of the thy trains being run this way also Some of the knowit ills laugh at this idea but they said we would never got the present service We will never get any improvements in Lancaster until a number of objectors arc relegated to the rear Teachers Kxami nation Siipt Elisa Lusk requests Tim RKC OID to an examination of whit teachers will be held in her ollice on the 17th and ISth of this month and for colored teachers on the 24th and 25th On the last Thursday in this month the oOth an examination for for Diplomas of Graduation from the Common School course will be held in the Superintendents office Mike and Tink Lancaster and GarrarJ county peo ple will ba glad to learn of the ap pointments just received by Captain Mike Salter and Tink Anderson to prominent positions in the army Capt Salter was made quartermaster for the first regiment better known as the Louisville Legion The Legions regular quartetmaster failed to pass the physical examination and all ef forts to get him in proved in vain Friends of Capt Salter made a fight and succeeded Saturday in lauding the appointment lIe will rank as a first lieutenant and receive captains pay S150 per month Capt Salter fought through the late war in the Con federate army and enjoys a repu tation for gallantry anl bravery THE RECORD would rather see him get a good berth than most any one and we know the Legion men will soon form as strong ties for him as they had for their former quartermaster Salter had secured the place of wagonmaster for the second regiment and at his resignation A Tink An dersnn also of this city was appointed to this place Tink will not h ive to be sworn into the service but will have a number of men under him and draw 73 per month He left for Chickamauga Tuesday and will enter upon his duties at once Lancaster is strictly in it in the way of furnish ing men and the officials seem to know where to come to get true reli able help to increase McDonald announce that applicants The Royal is the highest grade powder known Actual tests show k goes further tla48 any other ttBl baking oae- tlird broad AKItl POWDER Pure DAKINO POWDER CO NEW r F U ru Absolutely ROYAL YORK THEvv a= TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IJX jtr Year in Advance We are making special low prices on some lines of goods to reduce stock 16 INCH PERCALS at gc yard Grenadines and silk linings for less than value Patterns worth 60c per yd will close at 35c 75c 50c 90c GOc 100 68c 125 78c SPECIAL VALUES IN u rfl fr1 f1Tfrif1f11i1r f r11fir f11fif1tr r fY I 0 Handsorl1e Line t e c 0 GO e Z 1EL i are lllakill cut in i Fanc nr 1 00 E 0 TW8r I Dinliti Oramli and Palls I i 1PTIki11IbNrCy404C047i M4460o9fr43JQQ08o0dOd409644040ifi04M0NrM04404400 a rho o4aaoao a oar naoki aoeeee q elea ce tee ar 0- Ve bi ita Goot11 tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt at it cc tt ti ti tt it tt tt tt tt ti e rr a a tl LnpllW AlA d1 l Ai ll llIIJl1ld dsEl 1A1lt 1l 4 all dd 1ld 1111U6 Headquarters for Dcering Binders Mowers and threshing machines at C S Gaines The little child of Mr Bright Tier ring died today and will b2 buried in the Lancaster Cemetery tomorrow Friday morning at 10 oclock Ed Clouse was lodged in jail Thurs day night charged with killing W II Tracy The shooting occurred near ML Hebron near the Kentucky river The trouble arose over the cultivation of a piece of ground Clouse will have an examining trial today He refuses to make any statement only that he acted in self defense The weapon used was a 14 Colts and the shot pass ed through Tracys bowels Prices Lower than Ever Tailor made suits at to S30 Satisfaction or no pay You have paid ale for readymade suits that were not as good as Wanainaker and Browns suits at S3 and their suits at 053 and 1150 are equal to other S15 suits be lug allwool and beautiful in design and finish The suits at S1C53 and 15 usually sell for SIS and 20 and suit is the same of quality such suits usually selling for 23 A com parison of goods will prove that you will save some dollars by giving me your order M D HUGIJES Agent Our Soldier Hoys About a dozen members of the Lan caster company promised and swore they would send us a letter from Chickamauga but so far not one line has been received We presume that the real life of a soldier which they are now experiencing gives the boys about all they can do consequently they have no time to write to the old folks at home The Lancaster has finally been uniformed and will get their guns and amunition this week They are comfortably quarter e1 in the great park and are drilled from four to six hours daily A man will probably run down there soon and learn what the boys are do ing and how they are getting along A report from there says it took 93G blouses trousers and blue flannel shirts the same number undershirts and neckwear 3000 pairs of stockings 1500 pairs of shoes and 930 campaign hate and leggings No measures were taken The man was asked his height and weight If ho was a tall slim fellow he was handed a suit of ones If corpulent and broad lie got Number threes and if mid dling lean or fat he got Number twos Killing 1250 I 6 their- S company RECORD 20 Number DRY GOODS a e coiPAr4Y We print statements 3m Through an oversight of a compos itor the name of Mr John RoBards best man at the FaulconerMason was oinited from the notite of the affair which appears on page 2 knows flew to Sell Kni Sam Joseph a former Lancaster boy who everybody in the county is fond of was here with his samples this week and sold shoes to most every merchant in the county Our mer chants know Sam will not misrepre sent anything to them and always have an erder saved up for him Special Navy Supplement The subject of our Navy is one which is all engrossing at the present time and the desire for accurate and information concerning our vessels has induced the SCIEXTIFIC AMKKICVX to publish a Special Navy Supplement of 40 pages with 90 illustrations Every effort has been made to explain what the Navy is The clear digrams showing the differences between these modern fighting machines render analysis of this kind easy It is beaut ifully illustrated by halftone and woodcuts showing not only the naval vessels themselves but guns gun turrets conning towers steering apparatus etc This number has a colored cover and colored Cuba Price 25 cts Munn Company Slit Broabway New York arc the Dr Steele llailey Dr Steele Bailey the popular and prominent Stanford physician was here this week shaking hands with many old friends and relatives We heard a lady telling another lady a good one on the doctor She said that when he was a little dirtyfac boy his family lived on Lexington street in Lancaster A couple of servants were going to marry and a great crowd of negroes had gathered in the yard to witness the ceremony The then mischievous Steele bent on having all the fun a toy was entitled to caught a big black cat and getting on top of a nearby outhouse chopped off the cats tail and pitched the feline in the midst of the crowd of negroes Such a scattering of coons was never heard of before or since The brides maids snow white dresses were by the bleeding cat the bride fainted and the groom took to the woods It is needless to say the nuptials were indefinitely postponed Some one interrupted time narrator at this point and we failed to hear the rest of the story 3 Rest mapof publishers roiled wedding reliable engravings C bespattered C y 4 CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WERe BY LOUIS ZAXDRA T Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YEAR IN ABVANCE fioo- TKR11S Six MONTHS W- THKKE 25 FRIDAY June 10 1898 FOIt CONGRESS McCJiEAUY We arc authorized to niiiiounec lou JAMES B MCCKKVKY of Madison county a candidate for Congress in the Sth Congressional District subject to the Action of the Democratic party THOMPSON We announce J B Thompson a cuudidiite renomination by the Dem ocratic party for Representative in from this the Stii district TilE war situation has not changed very much though several important matters hard taken place fcince last is sue of TUB RECOUP As stated in our last the Spanish lleet under Cervera was bottled up at Santiago de Cuba I fo Congress Growing tired of waiting for the Dons to come out and fight the American lleet sent a large vessel loaded with coal into the mouth of the harbor and sank it As the channel at that point is very narrow the sinking of the boat will completely pen the Dons as there is no other way of escape A crew of six American sailors under Lieut Ilobson took the boat into the harbor and while the Spanish batte ries were showering shot and shell upon them set off a shell which sank the craft Being unable to come out through the terrific shower of shells the Americans rowed to the Spanish flagship and surrendered to Cervera Being so impressed by their bravery lie taid they should be treated kindly and immediately exchanged for prisoners Monday night the Span Lilt torpedoboat Terror tried to slip by our ships and enter the harbor to join Cervera when discovered by look outs on the Texas A few minutes la ter the torpedoboat sunk riJdled by the hail of shots hurled upon it Tim Terror was one of Spains best boats and her destruction is a great loss to Spun Santiago was bombarded Monday Four warships under Commolore Schley attacked the new earthworks to the west of the Estrella and Cata lina batteries while five warships un der Rear Admiral Sampson attacked tile new earthworks to the east of Mor ro costlc The ships lay well inshore and silenced the Spanish shore batte rica El Morro was damaged despite Admiral Sampsons orders not to fire at it because of the danger of killing Lieut Ilobson and crew The Vixen and Sawanee went far in and silenced a small inshore battery Eitrella fort was silenced early being set on fire Cavo battery was silenced and earth works above it shelled Fire in the Catalina fort silenced the guns there American ship was injured not a man killed and only one wounded The Philippine insurgents with the aid of the supplies which Admiral Dewey permitted them to take from Cavite arsenal have administered crushing blow to the Spanish forces in a series of engagements practically shutting them up in Manila The landing of troops in Cuba has been going steadily on and from all indications the United States is about prepared to strike a terrific blow to Spain which will be so decisive that she will hot haste to end the war and be glad to get out alive IF a Kentuckian wants a drink and has the price we fail to see why his desire to step up and swallow about three fingerlengths in a wash ing tub should so concern the newspa pers and socalled funny writers of other states About all these alleged fun makers say of this the bast state in Uncle Sams collection is something about drinking whisky Last week a cartoonist drew a picture of Cervera bottled up at Santiago de Cuba and the battleship Kentucky was repre seated as a large corkscrew with which to get the Dons out Now a lit tie fun is a good thing but for people who never drink except when some one else pays for it to be ccnstantly poking jokes at Kentuckians is grow ing exceedingly monotonous The way to stop these fellows is to quit asking them up When a fellow twits a Kentuckian about his proclivity its a sure sign he wants x the Corncraeker to set em up Spanish Notan mike I drinking Ir makes ones soul rejoice to see the manner in which the Northern and Southern people have laid aside their family quarrel and united in the defense of their country Of course there are a few rattlebrained idiots who blow off their mouths occasional ly and make cutting remarks but the babblings of such contemptible baings should go unnoticel From a close observation and investigation we have learned that the soldier who today makes the bitterest speech and says the meanest things was never engag ed in a battle but always occupied a safe position in the rear Those who fought in the thickest of the fray have long since quit talking about the war between the states THE Brownwell Bill to increase let ter postage from two to three cants which was introduced several weeks ago as a war revenue measure is still before the Committee on Postoffices and Post Roads The bill has never yet been considered andin the opin ion of Chairman Loud it will never be reported to the House at least so far as this session is concerned It is that the officials will find other methods of raising funds and let the twocent rate stand Two cents is a pretty stiff price especially when it sometimes takes three days to get letter seventyfive or a hundred miles If anything is added let it be applied to securing a competent force in the hoped a I iepariinent INKAKIV two thousand applications have been file at Washington by young men wanting to be sucon J lieu tenants in the regular array a number of whom will soon be appointed The law requires a examination both phvsical and mental The latter other subjects mathe matics through trigonometry and in ternational law An applicant must also furnish firstclass evidence of high moral stindiug and gentlemanly deportment It is believed that Ken tucky will bi allowed three of the number appointed Axi now the news comes from Washington that an additional regi ment will not be needed in Kentucky but the extra men are to be fillers in the present campanies This will blast the hopes of Lion Dave Colson who would have been the new colonel The indications are that he will have to content himself with fighting the Crested Jayhawkcr and other political enemies in the eleventh congressional district who generally set a hotter dish for clever Dave than the entire Spanish army could fix J rigid includes usedas J l among TilE Kentucky Federation of Wom ens Clubs in session at Louisville the right of women to use their own names as for example Mrs Mary Smith and not Mrs John Smith If a woman lees not think enough of her husband to wear his name she ought to get an absolute di vorce from the old codger and kick him out into the cold world The next move by these women organizations will doubtless ba their determination to wear jeans breeches chew tobacco and cuss Ills many friends and especially those in Lancaster will be glad to know that Lieut Lucien Young has recovered from a long illness of ap pendicitis and been assigned to the lust one of tho best and fastest of our auxiliary cruisirs She is iiOO feet in length 900 tonnage and fourinch rapidfire guns It is understood that the Wist is to go to West Indian waters as an scout declared command armedwith independent TIlE annual outing of the Kentucky Press Association will be the most in teresting in several years The quill drivers will spend their wellearned vacation at Macinac Island Michigan Secretary Morning star has sent out the excellent program and many a poor editor is looking forward with great pleasure to an opportunity to get a few days rest from creditors and delinquent subscribers WIIKN a naval officer tempts fate by going where he knows it Is ninety nine chances in a hundrel that he will be killed and comes out victorious he is heralded as a brave and great he gets killed the people denounce him as a blank fool and say he had no business atempting anything so Such is life THE Burgin Messenger has been launched upon the tempestuous jour nalistic saa It is neatly printed and as full of lceal news as an egg of meat 1 was seriously afflicted with a cough for several years and last fall had a more severe cough than ever before I have used many remedies without receiving much relief and being rec ommended to try a bottle of Cham berlains Cough Remedy by a friend who knowing me to be a poor widow gaye it to me I tried it and with the most gratifying results The first relieved me very much and the sec end bottle has apsolutely cured me have not had good health for twenty years I give this certificate without solicitation simply in appre cation of the gratitude felt for the cure effected Respectfully Mns MAIIV A McCREARY The children of the neighborhood celebrated Childrens Day here Sun day by giving an entertainment at the Antioch church for the benefit of the Missionaries A large crowd at tended and every one seemed to en joy it J G Brown of Shelbyville is the guest of relatives here Mr and Mrs J F Cummins of Stanford visited their uncle W T Pherigo Sunday Mrs E J Moberley and Miss Myrtle Moberley were the guests of the fam ily of A T Moberley the latter part man- IC foolish bottle 1 byR of the week Miss Addie Burnside of your city and Miss Susie of Cottonslurg were the guests of the Misses Uardin last week Miss Nora Saunders visited Miss Lillie Warner and attended preaching at Antioch Sunday Miss Bertha Burnside was entertained by Miss Minnie Pherigo the latter part of last week Mr and Mrs Kirby Kirksville have ben visiting Mr and Mrs Davis Sut ton Miss Sallie Pollard of Danville is the guest of the Misses Naylor Warner and sister Miss Lallie are spending this week in Lexington Miss Nannie Gaines of your city was the guest of Miss Annie Yantis the latter part of last week Miss Everee Burn side of Point Leavell visited Miss Willie Belle Burnside last week Bad management keeps more people in poor circumstances than any other one cause To be successful one must look ahead and plan ahead so that when a favorable opportunity pre sents itself he is ready to take advan tage of it A little forethought will also save much expense and valuable time A prudent and careful man will keep a of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house the shiftless fellow will wait until necessity compels it and then ruin best going for a doctor and have a big doctor bill to be sides one out 25 cents the other is out a hundred dollars and then won ders why his neighbor is getting while he is poorer For sale by R McRoberts 1m Lon Grimesof richer E ILL More Local S E Pirker Sharon Wit writes I have tried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for itching piles and it always stops them in two minutes I DoWitt Witch Hazel Salve the greatest pile care on the mirkat Stormes Drug Store 1m Fine Crops in Texas In remitting for his piper Mr W C Witwcr writes J UK RKCOKD from Texas that crops in that state arc looking fine Wheat is beng har vestel now and oats will ba cut in another week Corn is fully five feet high and cotton growing nicely truck is plentiful and has been on the table for about four w eks Kind Keiueiubruncc Mrs Elizabeth Simpson the capable manager of the Mason Hotel sent the RKCOKD forca a lot of delicious sher bart and cake Wednesday Its so that the dreary dirty printing office or rather the dreary dirty printer is remembered so kindly that SJch a treat makes the boys forget for a time the troubles in this old world and thiuk of a brighter and McCI tires Magazine forTune While conserving its general literary interests McClures Magazine for June makes good its title of a War Number and is really an unparalleled achieve ment in making a monthly periodical fully representative of the great inter ests of the hour without any sacrifice of literary and artistic quality The editors explain that to accomplish this they had practically to make the over a second time casting aside part of it after it had gone to press Stone Iorter Miss Moody Porter was married Friday evening last to Mr Nealy L Stone The eeremorty was performed by Eld George Gowen at the dence of the brides aunt Mrs Moody Harden The brido is a handsome and attractive young lady She has re sided with her aunt in city for several years The groom resides in Stanford and is connected with the waterworks and electric light plant The happy couple left for Stanford immediately after the ceremony consider Garland Garden seldom number r res thi woebegone Dollar and a Quarter Our offer of THE RECORD and Twice aWeek Courier Journal one year for only a dollar and tventyfive cents is the lowest and best newspaper rate ever given The CourierJournals war service cannot be excelled if equaled and you get all the foreign and your home news for just about the price of one paper This offer is extended to all subscribers in good standing and any new one who would like to take the two papers It will last only a short time New Swindle The latest swindle is for two smooth talking fellows to drive up to a farm house represent that they are state officials and were sent to examine the drinking water They apply a large and powerful glass which of course shows the thousands of dregs in all water no matter how clean a cistern or well is kept They tell the farmer he is risking the lives of his family by using the water and finally offer to sell him a preparation which will purify it Of course the preparation is a fraud Lookout for them and have the dog undimmed and ready to take out the seat of these fellows breeches The Cuban question and political is sues sink into insignificance with the man who suffers from piles What he most desires is the rele DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures pilesT Storms Drug Store 1m Move in Kiglit Direction Messrs J F Ilines and J B Pence representing the nusery of Bird Dew Hall Knoxville have been here several weeks and have sold over three thousand dollars worth of trees We are glad to note that our farmers have concluded to devote more time and at tention to fruit raising With like proper attention fruit will do well in this section The trouble has been that people would set out a tree and then leave it entirely unno ticed Without attention such as pruning watering etc a tree will die in nine cases out of ten who know say much interest has been awakened in this section and in the future both time and money will be spent on fruit trees Messrs Hines anI Hale represent a good house and 1 hose A anything if you want trees see them before they leave Contest at Stanford The most briliant entertainment ever given in the state will be that of the Fourth Annual Elocutionary Con test at Stanford June 17 in which ten young ladies each a star in the art of elocution will participate as follows Danville Miss Roberts sub ject The Rivals Lexington Miss Maude C Gibbens Appomattox Lan caster Miss Lillie Leavall St Cecil Ha Lebanon Miss Julia Howard How Salvator Won Cincinnati Miss Ilallie Hopper Kirtley The confess ional Stanford Miss Lucille Menefee subject not selected Louisville Miss Helen Lee Brooks subject not sent in Hustonville Miss Angie Carpenter Wheres Annette Mt Vernon Miss Ida May Adams Hager Caldwell College Miss Mary Hackley The Old Surgeons Story Judge Ben F Roach will be one of the three Judges Judge It G Williams of Mt Vernon chair man The ushers are Messrs R O Singleton Turnersville Tilden Cook Danville John Hale Somerset Rich ard M Newland Forest McClay Lo gun Hughes John Ray Stanford Will Embry Lancaster and Mr Carpenter Beazley Waters Men efee are the managers The Opera House will seat abont 600 and on these occasions it is always crowded Lilie Platters CUBAN OIL cures Cuts Burns Bruises Eheu natiam and Sores Price 25 centsI 4 The Christian of London raises a protest against the various efforts write the Bible in modern style It justly thinks that dev out students do not care for the fn qucnt atlempts in this direction It then adIs there weighty worls The Book has vindi cated itself in the experience of as able to tell its own tale and vindicate its own menage so that he who runs may read These adapta tions do not always emanate from those who have the highest faith in the their issue is always to sj oil its simple power and forcj It speaks to man as man is capable of suiliciently understood by the as well as the wise and learned Oriental and quaint as it may be in phraseology and imagery its appeal is broadly and psrfcctly human The less we temper with it the better it does its saving work This may be accounted by many as a species of English conservatism but there are multitudes on both sides of the who are in full accord with the and safe position thus taken by our contemporary The missionary societies of the Uuited States Canada Great Britian Continental Europe Asia Africa and Australia number 249 with 4GJ4 stat ions and 15200 out stations There are 11659 missionaries 04293 native labor ers and 1121093 commudicants There are 9115478 persons under instruction and the income in all these countries is 12988987 The church Extension Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church has re J f JI tore centuries Wordand being simple Atlantic sensible AOIC TilE CfflIICIIE ceived its organization 1894 85020000 Of this sum 51925008 arc permanent capital for use oaly by loans The Society has aided 10Gl2 churches throughout time States and Territories of the Union The Baptist Publication Society of this country Ins now in its employ seven chapel cars which run on rail roads in various parts of the country It is an acceptable service which they offerSouthern Methodists have contribu ted 83009 935 So during the past four years since in The Central Holiness Camp meeting will begin at Wilmore July and continue until August 4th Rev Jamison of Franklin Tenn will have charge of the preaching services In addition to him many pastors of the Kentucky Conference preachers and evangelists will assist in the services The High Bridge camp meeting will be better this summer than ever be fore The management has succeeded in getting rid of the rough element that once hung about the place and it is now strictly firstclass in every res pectThe religon that makes people pay their debts the religion that keeps people from speaking ill of their neighbors the religion that makes no distinction between wealth and the religion that makes people hon est and upright the religion thit makes men manly and woman woman 13 the religion that is a part of everyday life exemplified in kind deeds loving acts and cheering words is the religion that is needed in the world today Exchange The revival held by Dr MacGregor at Frankfort closed with 43 additions 34 by baptism and J by letter Hon John Wanamaker has given 30000 to erect a Y M C A building in Madras India We might as well cease to use the word Yankee to designate citizens from any particular section of the United States The word seems to have decided to call us all Yanlfees and as there is no other word to take its place we might as well accept it Our only care need be to be good Yan kees Baptist Argust D T L trulp There is one important point in which most Sunday School teachers make a griev ous mistake They do not require their scholars to do enough studying nor require enough committing of Gods Word to memory If parents did their duty this would be a small matter says that it is claimed Admiral Dewey is a democrat republi can a Presbyterian and an Episco palean We should judge however that he is a prohibitionist and a Bap tist He appears to be great on wate S C P Jones Milesburg Pa writes I have used DeWitts Little Early Rises ever since they were introducd here and must say I have never used Sth Joseph peoples Cuyler says An exchange poverty any pills in my family during forty years of house keeping that gave such satisfactory results as a laxative or cathartic Stormes Drug Store 1m PAINT LICK Mr Calvin Galloway has accepted a slerkship with Wallace L Woods shipped a car load of hogs last week for which he paid 3 12 cents per lb There is a splendid opening here for a good barber Barbers where are you and where have you been If you want to do a lucrative business come to Paint Lick The proceeds of the supper at Wal nutta last week amounted to 530 This will be used towards purchasing an organMr Harry Burnam aged 84 died Tuesday morning of paralysis at the residence of his grand daughter Mrs John Reid lIe leaves valuable es tateIt is to be hoped that we will soon have a bank at this place There is not a better opening in the state for one The merchants and citizens of the entire community heartily endorse the movement Marble playing is all the lad with the of this place now From early morn til close of day the lazy loafer is playing away Deputy Marshal W T Short cap loa ers Co- B Vmpalbeftc fiUbmtd I The sympathetic tenderness of a lov ordeal George Layton Esq a druggist Dayton the following case A customer of mine whose wife has used four bottles of Mothers Friend before con finement says after seeing the effects of the remedy she to through the ordeal there were but bottles 011 the market and the cost was 100 per bottle she would have them Mothers Friend is a scientifically compounded liniment which affords cer the various ailments childbirth and assures proper elasticity to the cords and volved in the final ordeal Mothers Friend is sold drug gists or on receipt one dollarValuable book Before Is Born mailed free on application tilE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ca expectpromi- nent 0 preceding e ressed I II tured Steve Brown a moonshiner in Jessamine county and delivered the jailer at Frankfort Monday Miss Jane Rucker oT Richmond vis ited Miss Jennie Parks last week Rev L I Eckols left Sunday night for Due West S C to visit friends and attend commencement lie will ba absent two weeks Miss Jennie 1arks is in Richmond this week at tending commencement at Centra University Mr Dave Henry returned Monday from Lancaster where he has been attending school the past year The human machine starts hut once and stop but once You can keep it going longest and most regularly by using De Witts Little Early Uisrs the famous little pills for constipation anI all stomach and liver troubles Storincs Drug Store 1m fine chance of tobacco was set in this vicinity last week T L Saunders bought of Ellis a large sow at 14 c She weighed 115 pounds Mrs Ieachie Grow sold a dry cow to Frank Uowen for 26 25 him- t STONE- A Matthews 3 4S Lewis Murphy sold a good horse last week at Jeff Dunn bought a horse from Jno Dennis at 185 Good horses are now bringing a fair price Mr T L Saunders and wie preaching at Antioch last Sun day and were the guests of Morton BroaddusS Pearson Mich writes DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is curing more piles here today than all oth er reme lies combined It cures eczma and all other skin diseases Stormes Drug Store 1m The fishing party at the mouth of Sugar Crejk last Saturday afternoon was attended by a large crowd of young people as well as a good many older ones Free lemonade was fur nished to the crowd by the boys and better lemonade never was drank was enjoying themselves as well as a crowd of young folks could so they thought until Prof Logsdon was to give a show Then the number present at the party was esti mated to be over hundred and that is not far wrong as we had visit ors from Lexington Barbourville Marksbury Hickman and other places All went away that they had been fully paid for coming This was tie second party of ths kind at Stone There was one last spring and the young folks are planning for another one next year SIS attended Everybody keptlaughing feeling W n irdui I has demonstrated ten thousand times that It is almost infallible FOR WOMANS PECULIAR WEAKNESSES Irregularities and derangements It become the for this class of troubles It exerts a wonderfully healing and upon menstrual It cures whites and falling of the womb It stops flooding and relieves sup or ans strengthening I pressed and painful menstruation For of it is the medicine made It is beneficial during pregnancy and helps to bring for It invigorates strengthens the This is to all afflicted women will woman suffer another minute with certain relief within reach T Wine of Cardni only costs 100 per bottle at your drug store For aivtee fa cases rrqutrlna special direc floes addrtu giving the LacTic Advitory Department The Chattanooga ilcd Ox Chattanooga Rev J W SMITH Camden S C wife used Wine of Cardul at home for M the womb and It entirely cure kit stimulates system t inc la- M c be PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH Mized Paint OR THE BEST BRANDS OF and Dil We are Glad to Sell Either Orders taken for all Foreign or Domestic Magiines or Newspaper E1Y JLilhml Jiio X illard Stationery Paints Oils Etc KENTUCKY Mastic 111 MRODERTS DRUG STORE c 0 1 Stout SfouJI LE A DIN G D RUG GIS T S tr tPg tZ 2 DANVILLE e ooc o I White L c AI LI11 tit r X Danville Ky GALBf ELL HANIER PLEASURE TO LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE OlsT TJS TJRTJIVISIS WE WANT TO SEE YOU j Whether You Buy Or Not Ifi OOOOO0OOOOOOOO OC OCOO X I SIIOES i CIT and VALISES I 8 4p I 4 MARKSBURY Mr B F Robinson hat purchased a car load of lambs from different par tes paying 5c per Ib- Mr Samuel Johnson Sr received a fall from his horse while visiting friends near Bettis We hope his in ju ies are not Your attended church in Burgin Sunday and dined with Mr and Mrs O S Williams is noted for its enterprise and the of its inhabitants Misses Saunders of Stone arc the guests of Miss Ilallie Herring Ever ett Parks spent Sunday in Burgin Miss Harriet Vanetta of Danville is spending several weeks with her aunt Miss Sallie Lou Myers Mrs W II Bjgie attended commencement vJe last week and was accompanied hone by her little niece Miss Mattie HughesMaster Fleece Herring who is only twelve years old is quite a joung Nimrod lIe recently killed a squirrel while it was running at a along a fence He was some distance from the squirrel but took aim anti shot it through the head We think it would ba woe to the Spaniards if we had a regiment of such marksmen One Minute Cough Cure is the best preparation I have ever sold or used and I cant say too much in its praise L M Kennon Merchant Odell Ga Stormes Drug Store lin ALL WOMEN Should know that tho Old Time Remedy serllB Burg in hospitality at Dan rapidrate corresdon dent 4 Is tho best for Female Troubles Corrects all Irregularities In Female Organs Should be3 taken for Change of Life anti before CkiUBIrtk Planters SOld Time Remedies have stood the test for twenty years Made only New Medicine Co Tennessee For MeRobert Lancaster SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY AT REASONABLE PRICES COME AND SEE US I sale by n E Evithuii new and desirable in MbISallie Tillett9 b Chattanooga W H LACKEY Successor to Lackey Gulley FirstGlas JillMl HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN WS BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth filled and extracted with hardware store nest to Conrt House Lancas ter Kr ORGANIZED 1883 I 1 I I I i- I I I 00 0 000 oooODoooooooo lli BridgeWork t cITEMS RATIONAL BANK OFLAHOA3TEBZY Capital Surplus Fund 100000 15OOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed J M HITOIKE0THA3C President Utwia Y LXAYILI VicePresident- B R HUDSON Cashier W O RISNEY Assistant Casitr WALKEB t Bookkeeper DIRECTORS J Ms HlGQINBOTHAM LEWIS Y LXAYXL- LJ8 JOHNSON TM ARNOLD S C ARNOLD JR B F HUDSON ALXXGXBBS JJWALUS JACOB Y ROBINSON O D Z493 TH NATIONAL HANK s L CAPITAL I OF SURPLUS 16500000 I LANCASTER KY A RDENNT President JNO E STORJIE8 Vice President WXHKINNAISD Cashier e 4 BCDINNT Assistant Cashr J F ROBINSON JK Bookkeeper I T KMBKT Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS SamIDCochran las Spllraan Alex R Dew A C Robinson W K L Davidson 8 Jno L Storaes Cooks i nq Imr t- tt ft V E hIjo7 rot j 1Si 1 Upmmmmnmmr ifn rmlifmjrm I LT 4 WE DO AID WILL GIVE YOU THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY AT PRICES VALUE g- p LiE TFA V1I Dewey Wash Suits for Children at 150 Mens Crash Suits 3 f j 4 Straw Hats Carved Right in SHOES Best Values in Market L J L Frohman Telephone 136 Danville K Jig CUI 1t Xn Sip g IS U iting55dj THE GLOBE11 Co II xak f NOW 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 cxts MOCKDY xrAmjETV Millinery RE IY foi IJUSIN SS I 1lt I CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY June 1O I80S PERSONAL lion G T Farris was home Miss Pearl Hill has returned from a visit to Stanford BId towcn visited his old home in Tennessee last week Mr W K Siujars and i wife of were here this week Mrs Gains of Frankfort has been visiting relatives in this city Miss Jennie Burnsuie has returned from a visit to Lower GarrarJ Miss Carrie Currey has returned from a pleasant visit to Danville Miss Eugene Hush gave a dining Tuesday to a number of friends Misses Annie Austin and Florence Harris spent Tuesday in Danville Mr and Mrs S D Rothwell left to day to take charge at Dripping Springs Mrs Eiizibeth Mason is at from a visit to her sister at Nicholas ville Miss Nell Marrs and Mr Ilobert West visited Nicholasvillc friends Sunday Miss Mary Elkin a little beauty from Stanford is the guest of Miss Mattie Elkin Mr Walton Tillett of Danville is visiting Miss Sallie Tillett at the Lan caster Hotel Lttle Miss Laura Birght Doty of Lexington is visiting her aunt Miss Lena Bright Mrs W M of is the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Wherritt Messers Frank Mrrcsbury and Fred Frisbie attended the hop in Danville Friday evening Little Hester Patton of Bry antsville is visiting Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett Misses Allie Dunn and Dixie Kemper of Lower Garrarl have hen Mrs Ophelia Dunn Miss Allie Brown of Louisville is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Breathitt Brown Misses Annie IVrkins and Sallie Herring of Marksbury are visiting Miss Georgie Henry Adjutant General D R Collier was at home Sunday but returned Lex ington same day Miss Letitia Brown of Lexington is the guest of her uncles Messers W S and Richard Beazlev Prof J J Rucker of Georgetown College visited a number of his former pupils Here last Sunday Misses Eugenia Bush and Maggie Tomlinson have returned from a visit to Mrs Eugene Barkelc at Bryants ville Misses Marriannie Wilmore and Mary Welsh of Nicholasville hava been the charming guests of Mrs Jno E Stormes Misses Lynn Bcttie John two charming Henderson young ladies are visiting the family of Wm J MasonThe party of the MasonFal coner wedding were entertained Tues day evening at a Delft Tea by Mr and Mrs Wm Mason Lancaster friends will learn that Capt W J Kinnaird is again ooooooooocooccoo coooooooc L o e I ogle Owens oro Mis visiting If o the a Leteher and ton j l to i 00000400 0006000600do00o04o00d000t Sunday McKinney L I homer i I j i f i I I I 1 I I w regret to y y f troubled with his injured foot The trouble is only slight t Mr Joe S llaselden a Lan caster lawyer who bids make his mark has gone to Clarksville Tenn to look over the ground with a view of locatingMiss Gill returned Tuesday from the Oxford Ohio seminary She was accompanied by her friend Miss Stevenson of Indiana who will make her a visit c Judge X Sandifer has been visiting Lancaster friends for several days Al though in his Slst year Judge Sandi fer retains good health and is quite strong and active Mrs R E McRoberts entertained at a dinner Tuesday the following young ladies Misses Sallie and Mattie Elkin Bessie Burnside Letitia Brown of Lexington and Mary Eikin of Stanford Trtu RKCOKI has received an to commencement exercises of the Lexington state College and the pro gram the name of Mr Milton Elliott Jr who is well and favorably known in Lancaster The younger society folks enjoyed a boat ride on the lake at the Pilgri mage distillery last Friday evening They were chuparoncd by Misses Mary Miller Mae Hughes and Messers G 15 Sivinebroad and Chas Frisbie The following from a distance at tended the Farra Denny wedding Mr and Mrs Will Grimes Mr and Mrs J B Paxton Mr and Mrs J S Hock er Dick Denny and sister of Stanford Mr Everett Farra and wife Mrs Thompson of Lexington Lancaster friends extend congratu lations to lion J Stone Walker who was married last week in Louisville to Miss Cora Wallace Boone of that city To know Stone Walker is to like him and we know the fair bride will never have cause to regret accepting the clever Richmond gentleman as a part ner oer the rough sea of life Mr Wm C Price was over from Danville jfpnday night and attended the entertainment at the Court House Mr Price is a musician of great taste an 1 ability Like every other sensible man he prefers a good brass band We have heard our father say that Mr Price would willingly set on a sharp fenci rail all day to listen to a circus band Hon Hugh L Mason and wife came dwn from Chicago to attend the FaulcpnerMason wedding Mr is one of the leading lawyers of the Windy City and enjoys a lucra tive practice lIe and his charming wife frequently make visits to their old Kentucky home and their is always a source of great to a legion of friends Ol 1 Lancaster friends are delighted to hear of improvement in the health of Dr David Logan of Boyle county He has been ill for some time as sta ted in TUB RECOUD but it is believe he is now gaining ground Substan tial and genuine gentlemen of Dr Lo gans type arc few in these days of greed and rascality and that he spared many more years of health is the earnest prayer of all who enjoy his acquaintance A Iliattsville friend sends the fol lowing personals Miss Susie Early who has been visiting at Jas Burnside for time returned to her home in Columbus Mississippi last week Miss Hoge A Jt Dotys teacher left for her home in Virginia last Tuesday She is an excellent lady and her many friends would be glad to see her to Kentucky Miss Myrtti of McCreary was the guest of Miss Annie Williams several days last week Misses Dorcas Leavell of I invitation coming andadmir ers maybe andusefulness some comeback Sander young burs Mason pleasure Manse and Jennie Kavanaugh of Point Leaven are visiting friends in Danville this week It is believed by some that Miss Rebecca Williams of Ilyattsville makes the prettiest dres ses and docs more business than any mantuamaker in the county Success to Miss Rebecca Mis Ilallie Rice was here a few days this week Miss Mary Lynn Mock of Danville is visiting Lower Garrard friends Dr Hugh Grant has gone to Cumber land Falls to recuperate for a few days Miss Isabelle Bailey of Stanford has been the lovely guest of Miss Lackey Miss Mary Leaven of Bryantsville is the guest of the family of Bid Jes se Walden A good many young Boyle county friend of Rev Henry Faulconer at tended the wedding There were so many that it was impossible to get their names Mr and Mrs A G Huffman Miss Pearl Burnside of Stanford Mrs Chas Glass Mrs Hannah Scott Mrs Hugh Scott and Miss Scott ot Xieholasvilie Mr and Mrs Ike Dunn Bryantsville Mr and Mrs B P Ful coner Danville attended the Faulco ncrMason wedding One Minute is not long yet relief is obtained in half that time by the use of One Minute Cough Cure It pre vents consumption and quickly croup bronchitis pneumonia la grippe and all throat and lung troubles Stormes Drug Store 1m Denny Varra The marriage of Miss Ada Farra and Mr S Cabell Denny was solemnized in the presence of a vast assembly of friends and relatives in the Christian church at 10JO oclock Tuesday morn ing The church was beautifully with palms ferns and white lillies U he party arrived promptly on time and entered the church to the strains of Mendelssohns sweet wed ding march which was delightfully played by Miss May Hughes The at tendants Miss Mattie Elkin and Mr John F Lear entered by opposite aisles and were followed by the bride and maid of honor Miss Letitia Brown on the right The groom and best man Mr Hugh T Logan entered on the left A pretty setnicircle was formed facing the audience Rev Henry Faulconer said the ceremony during which Miss Hughes played Call me thine own The over the entire party left the by the right aisle the bride and groom followed by Misses Brown and Elkin together Messrs Logan and Lear following The brile was attired in a handsome steel gray traveling suit with hat to match a boquet of bride roses Miss Brown wore a gray suit purple lint and carried pink roses Miss Elkin had on a green tailormade suit white hat and carried The gentlemen wore the conventional black suits with brown kid gloves The bride is the only daughter of Mrs Fannie M Farra and is widely connected in this and Fay tte coun ties She is handsome attractive and energetic She possesses a lovely dis position and will always bring sun shine to brighten the path of the man of her choice Mr Denny has held the position of teller and assistant cashier in the National Bank for four teen years lIe is an excellent busi ness man and we have frequently heard directors and patrons of the bank say he is one of the best and most reliable officers they ever saw He is a quiet young fellow but when one knows him and is thrown with him you are certain to form a warm friendship and admiration for him THE RECORD extends its heartiest con gratulations to this happy pair and wishes them a voyage which will be totally devoid of the many rough waves which line the pathway of lifo Mr and Mrs Danny left at for an extended trip to Eastern cities Boston Washington Philadelphia and Old Point Comfort being among the number Mr John Bevins editor of the Press Anthon Iowa says I have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera atd Di arrhoea Remedy in my family for fif ten years have recommended it io hundreds of others and have never known it to fail in a single instance For sale by R E McRoberts 1m Lucy cur scolds andcarried pinkroses Jennie decorated church once Iaul cullerMason One of the prettiest weddings which has ever taken place in Lancaster as that of Rev Henry Faulconer and Miss Margaret Mason which was at the Presbyterian elm ch Wed nesday evening Long before the ap pointed hour the large room was packed almost to suffocation by friends of the couple Time decorations which were arranged under the skillful hand of Mrs D M Lackey were elaborate in every detail On the pulpit was a palm about eight feet high under which was a solid bank of evergreens The arches were arranged in regular ty and were covered with pretty magnolias and green foliage Oa the center arch was suspended a beauti ful marriage bell of pink and white rosesThe party arrived abut 9 oclock and entered to the strains of Mendels sohns wedding march First came little Katie Lee Danny and Kittie Ma son who untied the ribbons under an arch of flowers to admit the party to the altar Then came the two pretty little sisters of the bride Elna and Sue Shelby who took positions under arches on either side of the pulpit The maid of honor Miss Lyne Letcher of Henderson and attendants Misses Bettie Johnston of Henderson Pearl Fauconer Danville and Annie Fran cis Lancaster entered the church ly the right aisle the ushers M s rs Pleasant Faulconer Danville Rev J L Williams of Ohio Herbert Kin naird Saulljy Hughes and Owen Shu gars coming in by time left lime bride entered leaning upon the arm of her father the groom and best man com ing from an entrance near the altar The party crossed over and formed a half circle facing the audience D J Lapsley McKee said a beautiful uniting the two happy hearts The bridal party left the church pro ceeded by the two little girls Katie L e Danny and Kittie Mason J he bride is the eldest daughter of lIon W B Mason and is just her seventeenth year She is a brunette aril considered by all to be one of Lancasters prettiest girls She possesses a sweet and lovely dis position and is a girl who always has something pleasant to say and a smile to greet every friend Since entering society she has been quite a belle and was one of the most popular girls in Garrard county d he groom came to Lancaster as pastor of the church about eighteen months ago He soon fell desperately in love with the now Mrs Faulconer and paid her the most devoted attention He is a man with a hcadful of sound common sense and older ministers predict that he will eventually rank with the fore most preachers of country lIe was born and reared in Boyle county but Lancaster people are as closely at tached to him as if he were a home boy The couple left Wednesday night for a short trip to Lookout Mountain other southern points Many hand some and useful presents were receiv ed by the young couple They will Presbyterian the solemnized ceremony entering Get One of those Roasters Free Call at my store and we will ex plain I am still in the lead with BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES Goods are all fresh I can please all LANGDONS BREAD DAILY PLEASE GIVE TRIAL USA UM1BALLOL b SUITS made to order Suits Cleaned and Pressed for 150 Including Expressage Both Ways Little Pimples Turn to Cancer Cancer often results from an im purity in the blood inherited from generations back Few people are en tirely free from some taint in the blood and it is impossible to tell when it will break out in the form of dreaded Can cer What has appeared to be a mere pimple or scratch has developed into malignant I had a severe Cancer which was at first only a few blotches that 1 thought would 5 B s soon I was Njv treated several able physicians but in spite their efforts the I cerspread until mycon J All After many months oi aj treatment and growing vV steadily worse v to try S S S which was so strongly recommended Bs bottle produced an im Sl provement continued H WV medicine ra four months the last lit XR A3k My tIe scab dropped off Ten have elapsed and not a sign of the disease has R F WIMIAMS Gillsburg Miss of physicians S S S is only cure it is the only remedy which goes deep enough to reach themost b l e W f the n din r withCancerthe fir l sssl The Blood Swifts Specific is the blood VegetableAllthe most dangerous of minerals Books on and blood diseases return S turday The bide u ore a beautiful dess of w lite orgindy trimmed with Valen ciennes lace insertion satin ribbon sash and bridal veil She carried white carnations with lillies of the yalley The brides miid and atten dants wore handsome organdies trm med with pink ribbons and c rried pink carnations The organ and musicians were sta tioned in the gallery Previous to the arrival of the party Miss Isabella Bailey of Stanford rendered two beautiful selections on the violin Miss Baileys solos were charming and we heard many compliments upon her playing Miss Chastine MacGreg Louisville sang a solo Kath leJn Mavourneen Lancaster people are too well acquainted with this little ladys ability for us to attempt a description of her singing and they always look forward with great pleas ure to an opportunity of hearing her sweet voice Miss May Hughes played the accompaniments for the solos The wedding ma dies were played by Miss Baily and Mrs Richard A Burn bide Late to bed and early to rise pre pares a man for his home in the skies Early to bed and a Little Early Riser the pill that makes life longer and MT HEBRON A nice shower of rain would be very much appreciated in this section- E D Lawson sold some corn to Mrs Boner at 225 Mr Joseph Hicks sold a calf to Jeff Dunn at 25 Miss Ida Duncan closed a 2months school at this place last Friday Miss L3na Rogers is the charming guest of Miss Edna Scott Miss Una Montgomery spent Saturday and Sun day with relatives here Mrs Matel Allen of Lexington is visitin her fatherinlaw Wm Allen Miss Linnie Ham of Jessamine is the pleasant guest of her cousin Miss Belle Allen The people of this neighborhood were greatly shocked last evening Mr El Clouse shot Mr t II They lead always been good friends and bath men were liked by every one The trouble came over a small matter and the which proved fatal was fired moment of passion The ball ed Mr Tracys side and lodged in his he suffered intensely until his death Saturday at 1 p m lIe leaves a wi c and three little chil dren to mourn his loss The remains CompanyAtlanta orf of DrugStore I upI a left burying lovely fir Planters CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic Neuralgia and Toothache in five minutes Sour Stomach and Summer Complaints Price 25 Cents l vuill close Luool erL dress goods az O per cent JEftecliLotiou New line ladies slippers just received from 50c to 250 per pair Call and inspect mj line of Clothing J W SWBSENaST TERMS CASH H fACTS 1or 77 or 1 READ ROAD WAGONS PHAETON endBuggies Surries We have on our floor two car loads of time finest and most line of RO AD shown in Lancaster Our prices are lower than can be found anywhere Our guarantee is bet ter We can save you from 5 to 25OO on any vehicle you buy We also have a complete line of Harness we areoffering exceeding ly lowCome and see us No trouble to show goods ff J ROmS endup Co LANCASTER KY R KINNAIRDS Insurance Agency Representing Over In the following Fire Insurance Companies taa of Hartford Qneea of America National of llartfort Phenix of Brooklja- Ilartford of Hartford Manchester England Connecticut of Hartford Nortk British and Mercantile German American of New York Liverpool and London and Globe- I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance PHAETONS BUGGIES SURRIES and A CONS ever ss7oooooo COMPANY complete i i 4 Skin Diseases berlains Eye and Skin Ointment is J its continued use effects a permanent cure It also cures itch barbers itch scald head sore nipples itching1 piles chapped hands chronic sore eyes and granulated lids und vermifuge Price Sold by 1L E Druggist Lancaster One fare for round trip to Lexington account the League American Wheel men Meeting June 20th and Slst from all points in Kentucky Queen t Cres cent Route Good to June 22nd to Bicycles Handled Free PEW LIVERY I have purchased the 1C- j Valker stable and am S prepared to furnish the p I Very Best Rigs I on the shortest notice Special attention given d- I Commercial Travelers S RICE BENGE nl SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OP NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton Adsj Office over Post Office KENTUCKY RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES Queen Crescent Route PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday G09 Numbers Daily except Sunday 143 p m Number Daily Flag 313 a m Number dont stop 417 pm SOUTH BOUND Number 1 dont stop Jllia m Number 5 Daily except Sunday 11 10 a m Number 9 Daily except Sunday Number 3 Midnight flag K C Branch gonthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster II 5 A jr Northbnd Mixed i4 450 Northbnd Passgr 2521 st 12 NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons Knowing themselves indebted to the estate of the Into DrW S ONeal will please call and settle with L F Hubble and greatly oblige me M Y ONEAL Administratrix oftetteritching forhorsesScents ts return J J r 1 W 1 9J j d I- iFIRE LIF JI CO J a m p m Ii 12 p m Y x x Apr 25 McRol et i i t 1 t f t Lt Icisrit South bcd J A 3t x I FARM AND STOCK NOTES 9C 0 Cfr 0 e0 00 fr 0 5000 bushels corn wanted Iwill give one dollar and seventy live cents per barrel for 1000 of corn delivered at the Pil grimage Distillery Jno W Miller Mgr Hog cholera prevails in Mercer II C Walker of Gradyville Ky li s sold a pair of mules for 130 Cut worms arc playing1 havoc with tolniecj bed in somi parts of the State The Journal says about onethird of tha tobacco crop has been planted in Attorney Clel Johnson of Lancas ter this week sold 800 acres of timber land up Rockcastle river to Dan Mur phy the wellknown lumberman and other parties Livingston Colonel To remove white spots on varnished furniture dip a soft llannel in spirits of wino and rub tha spots well After wards rcpolish the furniture furniture cream If the carpet looks dusty and dull after sweeping wipe over with a damp cloth wrung out of ammonia water A tablespoonful of ammonia will suf tice for a half pail of water According to Colmans Rural World the government has paid out in SL LJUIS in the last four years 52500000 for supplies and that a large propor tion of it was product of the farm The more you let a turkey alone af ter it is big enough to hunt the bet ter luck you will have with it Feed regularly let them roost out of doors and they are a very healthy fowl Mr Jim Nave of this county has a bull and five calves which he will put up against any of his breed in the state The bull is one of tho largest ever seen in this part of the state Mr Nave is willing to show the herd in any ring The imports of hay into London for the week ending April 29th were 28 372 bales exported from tho following countries France 6520 bales fbi land 0243 bales Belgium 600 bales and the United States 15000 bales Hay Trade Journal Mr P Ketcham of Pike City CaL says During ray brothers late sick ness from sciatic rheumatism Cham berlains Pain Balm was the only rem edy that gave him any relief Many others have testified to the prompt re lief from pain which this liniment af fords For sale by R E McRoberts A field of beans will often pay more net profit than one of grain if the ground Is well supplied with phos phates An acre will produce as many bushels as it would of wheat and there is a wide difference in the prices Sheep will grow fat on the straw or hahn though it may be wiser to plow it under r j 4tO U U ttctcGUIt oo witha 44 barrels count J essam Inc 0 The Lexington Stock Farm says the fine weather of the past two weeks has had a good effect on the horse the better class of stock Dealers all report the private sale business as nourishing The war has had the ef feet of improving the quality of stock offered as the cheaper grades are not saleable at present According to reports from the Chi cago market there will be no supply of sheep received during the next few months During recent years Texas sheep have gone in freely at this season but Texas breeders are not inclined to sell off any stock that promises to make profitable return either in wool production or as breed ing stock The CourierJournal in reviewing the wheat situation says With re gard to wheat it is only necessary to say that values keep on the high level of the past month and that it is plain the next crop must bring a great price since the worlds reserves are com pletely exhausted The European de mand has increased the exports of wheat and flour 1000000 bushels for the week A tobacco buyer says There ply no tobacco left in the country I do not believe there is more than 25 per cent on hand as compared with this time last year Farmers are look ing for high prices and when the weed grades up I think it will fetch the best prices of the year within the next month The coming crop will be large and if the season is favora LIe we will have a boom in tobacco that will samine Journal John B Kenney of Bourbon one of the best and most successful farmers c f his county was in our office on Mon day morning and said that the wheat was injured fully 25 per cent by the excessive rains of the last few He said that the wheat was just now in bloom and that the hard rain had washed off the pollen which was nec esary to fructify the plant and pro duce the berry We hope that he is mistaken but as he is an observant farmer and nearly as old as we arc though not quite he may have seen the present meteoric conditions before and noted the Ga zetteThe jaw bone of a mule ostensibly the animal killed according to Capt General Blanco by Admiral Samp sons guns iii the bombardment of Ma tanzaa was received in the mall at the Nay Department the other day On a tag attached to the bone was the ad dress Admiral Sampson Navy De partment Washington D C On the reverse side of the tag was this mes sage While this weapon may be by you as obsolete we trust that the victories won with it by your illustrious ancestor may inspire you to still greater victories with the addi tional equipment you possess The jaw bone is highly polished and the teeth are secured by gold nails driven into the bone and ivory unchangedbut issim astonishsome peopleJes day resultLexington considerable regarded I STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS 1 lel 2 4 t JJ i C f G Z fi f a t 3 m a liaherlluward Ktu l Victim MANCHESTER Ky June 0 Another killing in the BakerHoward feud oc curred in this county Tom Baker met hey White on the road and shot him killing him instantly White to the Howard side Trouble between the factious broke out several weeks aro antI within the past ten days two killings have occurred PIXEVIIIK Ky 0 The Bakcr Iloward feud is raging in Clay county Lilse Baker was killed Friday night James GarrarJ fled to Middlesboro Judge Brown will not be allowed to hold court on Monday It is said that Llov Bradley has been solicited for troops to protect the court but none to send Six men have been killed in the past ten days Kentucky Iroperty Value FRAXKFOHT Ky June state board of equalization has concluded its labors and adjourned Saturday It fixed the total value of all property in the state at 552877907 This is V 457000 mere than the equalized value fixed by the bard last year and 18 000000 less than that fixed in ISJO The assessors this year fixed the value at 8531034000 hence the boards work increased the value over twenty The states revenue this year will amount to 2902000 besides fran chise taxes railroad taxes liquor li censes etc which will easily amount to another million Shot Ily Ilia Jirotltcrinlrtir HOWLING GPEEX Ky June 3 News reached the city Thursday of the kill ing of Judson Brateher by his brother inlaw Eugene Wade at Butler county Brateher and his wife had not got niong welt and she left him going to her feathers Brutcher went there to see her when a quarrel ensued and Eugene Wade shot and killed Brateher a shotgun The men are prominent in Butlur county Wade has been ruleased oil bond and his tvial takes place Friday EMINENCE Ky June 4 Bud Peat Ins was arrested here Friday fy Chief Police J A Morris charged with the burning of the house of Ethewdgu at Bald Knobs Franklin sounty several months D akins is a son at William IXakina arid was born and raised in county lie was taken to Frankfort Saturday INcruits at IJuwllna GreiM- iIknvuxo GiiKEX Ivy June 3 Licut Schoii Wright enlisted seven tacit in tha cavalry service of tho United States army here Lieut recruited four Negroes and left Wednesday night Lieut Wright will remain here a day or two and then go to Hopkinsville where a number of ap plicants are awaiting him Cl tinff Argument Macte- FirANKTOKT Ky June Gocbel for tho new commissioners and exChief Justice lIolt for present state officials made the concluding ar guments in the prison commission case Friday and it was submitted There was a crowd in attendance most Jinc 4The t millions Logansport For UIJrnin It JIU if Jan thl Johnston 4Senator belonged has wit ago of whom are applicants for places un der the new commission Tribute to Unknown Dead LOUISVILLE Ky June 3 Col II Young will head a delegation of Louisville confederates who will Camp Chase Columbus 0 to dcc orate the graves of the confederate dead buried there Of the 15S who sleep at Camp Chase all save one are unknown Col will deliver an address ty Warden of the Frankfort Inson FKAXKFORT Ky June the prison commission shall be sustained it is nowasserted positively that Ed McGrath of Covington will be deputy warden of the Frankfort prison Mc lirath was formerly a guard here in the prison lie is now an employe of the Covington water works depart ment Fuuud Dead Hotel HENDERSON Ky June 4 Thursday afternoon Joshua Whitemarsh was found dead in his room at Hotel Henderson lIe was a traveling man and represented a nail company at Boston Mass The verdict was that he came to his death from natural causes Iosey J5ilis slayer lick HENDERSON Ky June trial of Homer Taylor who shot and killed Posey D Ball on last near Scuilletown was held before the county judge Some six or eight witnesses were examined The court held that the evidence show selfdefense The U A I Iost Attended LEXINGTON Ivy June deco ration of the graves of the confederate dead in the Lxi ngton cemetery took place Friday A feature of the exor cises was the presence of the E L Dudley post G A R which accepted the kind invitation of the C V A to join with tlwm Bennett Kentuckians 4If ill 3At 4The examining Saturday didnot 4The t D o o goo clock corners Irouiiieiit Wonmug Sudden Death BAKDSTOWV Ivy June G Mrs MoT lie C Wood wife of Mr David S prominent druggist of this place died suddenly aged about 35 years Mrs Wood was formerly of Owings ville Ky and was the daughter of Capt Win Connor of that plac Death of John D Tagrgrart LOUISVILLE Ky June sev eral weeks illness Join D Taggart president and founder of the Fidelity Trust Co died here Sunday afternoon of acute stomach trouble Mr Tag gart was well known in financial cir cles throughout the entire country especially in the east Sirs Scott fur D A 11 Regent LExINGToN Ivy June 0 Mrs M T Scott of Lexington has been nomin ated by the Bryan Station and the Lexington Chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution for the next state regent of Kentucky Flavlos Sullivan Arrested PRINCETON Ky June 3 Flavius Sullivan charged with the murder of John Brandon was arrested ten miles north of this city near Perrys Spring by Deputy Sheriff Wylie Jones John Wilson and Marshal Towcry Sullivan is about 18 years of age He was lodged in jail Fair his alleged ac complice surrendered to the authori ties New Kentucky rest Office WASHINGTON June post office has been established at Crown Letcher county Ky with John C Drown as postmaster Wood- a 6After 2A 7 DeHjieratc Men Ureak fall CATLKTTMIUHO Ky June prisoners in the county jail here three for murder and one for robbery succeeded in breaking out Monday morning at 4 oclock Jailer Hurd heard them working anti went lown to see lie was knocked down Irajrged into a cell and lock d in The arisoners are Jay Drawn Charles Martin who are charged with killing Lace Viiibon William Castle held for nurder and J Anderson hAd for rob oery None have yet been caught A large posse with bloodhounds are ifter them It is believed here that the is close after one of the men Two Itattalions Instead of a liecimrnt FRANKFORT Ky June 7 Gov Brad oy received d tailed orders from r tary Alger Monday night regarding quota under the scond all The troops will bj comprised in wo battalions instead of one regi nent Congressman Colson and lion David H Murray will l e made majors nstead of colonols Cow Bradley and iis hfciir will leave Tuosdsiy morning or Chickamauga where they go to Kentucky troops now in camp Got There br Frcth LEXINGTON Ky Tune 4 Gov Brad ley missed the regular passungcr train 0 Lexington Friday and in order to ct hire and present tho officers of the wo cavalry troops which leave Satur lay with their commissions he rode a roight train spending three hours on 1 trip which is made by rassenger rains in less than ons He arrived un liiiiouncc i and covered with cind rs tnd ot However he ris ntcd the and made a happy speech l tcr Iayim Captured HOPKIXEVILLE Ky June 0 Peter Payne who is wanted in Metcalf coon for the murder of a relative whom he stabbed to dtath several weeks ago was arrested near this eity by Sheriff f of Metcilf connty and t to BiTmpnton for trial Ha made his scapo after the kilJing and was only located near here several days ago He broke down and wept bitterly when arrested Found Dead mi the Tracer LKXIXGTON Ky June 3 John hay lon member of Battery B Louisville legion and who was rejected by tho surgeons Wednesday was found dead Thursday morning on the L N track near with his body cut in twain 110 was furnished transporta lion homo and it is supposed by other members of tho legion and by CoL Costlcmau that he suicided Colored Cavalrymen HoiKiNSViiLE Ky June 0 Lieut Johnson of the 10th cavalry who has been iu this city for several days secur ing colored recruits for his regiment left here for Paducah whore ho will continue his labor of receiving re cruits He has enlisted over thirty men here who left for Fort McPhcr son near Atlanta where they will be mustered it 7Fourconfined rose Ken tlwls isit onlluis ions ty YOJ eec s hers Earthquake Shocks at Paris PARIS Ky June earthquake shock of several moments duration was distinctly felt here Monday morn ing between 2 and 3 oclock Several persons say the shock threw them from their beds MiLLEissnuRG June heavy earthquake shock was felt here at 3 a m Many persons left their houses Mis Pauline Ilardin Librarian FRANKFORT Ky June 7 Miss Paul ine Helm Hardin of Covingtou was sworn in and assumed the duties of state librarian Monday She was elect ed y the legislature last January As sistant Librarian Willis of Augusta was succeeded by F K Kavanaugh a young newspaper man Cavalry Belnir liaised in Boone County FRANKFORT Ky June cavalry company is being formed in Boone county Ninetytwo riders are ready to go to the front A number of Mor gans famous command came from Boone county Prize Declamatory Contest RICHMOND Ky June 7 Payton Adams won the prize a gold medal in the declamatory contest held here Monday between speakers of the department of Central uni versity Meteors in D iyiijlit OWINGSVIILE Ky June 7 Meteors have been falling in daylight in sections of this county At least three have been seen in the last few days Fatally Kicked by a horse FRANKFORT Ky June 7 Sid Du Sunday night Pottmaster at Harrodshur WASHINGTON June 7 President Monday sent the name of Jas A Tomlinson to be postmaster at liar rodsburg Ky iAn Ky 7A 7A preparatory neighborhood McKinley different Assessing Corporate Franchise FRANKFORT Ky June 0 The State Board of Valuations and Assessment composed of the auditor treasurer and secretary of state has begun its work of assessing corporate franchises for the present year The reports of most of the water electric light and other companies that now concede them selves subject to such a tax are in and it will not ba long before the notices begin to go out of the rUst Office Changed WASHINGTON June 2 The name of the post otlice at Shanty Hart county Ky has been changed to Northtown Has Relatives in Covlngton LOUISVILLE Ky June 3 John E Hayden who was run over and killed by a train at Lexington Thursday morning was a feeder for the National Tobacco works and went to Lexington with the legion He was unmarried and lived at 1515 Eighteenth street The only relatives he had as far as known lived in Covington Ordered to Keport at Tampa LEXINGTON Ivy June 6 Lieut Nance United States cavalry officer has been ordered to close Ms office here and to report ith his detachment to Adit Brooks at Tampa Name recruiting NUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep sia Constipation and Indi gestion Regulates the Liver Bring us your Job Printing Price 25cts I t 5 Hy June 8 The Ken tucky Trotting Iloise Breeders a o ciation purses closed with the largest entry list in its history Total number of entries for 12 purses with several distant points to hear from is 5S9 dis tributed as follows Futurity for three yearolds 53 futurity for twoyear olds 74 Transylvania 213 trotters U2 the Ashland 211 trotters Ul the Tennessee S0 pacers 34 the Walnut hall cup 217 trotters 51 the blue grass 219 trotters 52 the Johnson 224 Trotters J the west 229 trotters C8 the Kentucky threeyearold trot ters 43 the Lexington twoyearold trotters 52 the Wilson 220 pacers 519 AVII Go to ClicciniuuF- JIAXIIFOUT 8 Gov Brad ley says that final arrangements had been made fer himself and staff to go to Chielcamauga The governor will leave here on an early train Tuesday and will join his staff at Lexington Chickamauga and will visit the soldiers and be the quests of the 2d and 3d regiments now in encamp ment Gov Bradley says he docs not know when the 1st regiment would c 1 1 LoUr j U Au Tr lifO June where they will take special train for move F ULr Ky Kentucky WAYNE MVEAGH One of the Most Eminent Members of the American Bar Two Iatulttif Near liirdwell IAitDWRiL Ivy June 8 There was a strong hail wind and electric storm in this county Brack Small was in stantly killed by lightning four miles north of town Iti the annie neiglbor hood John Ford was taking in a barn when the building was de stroyed by wind JI Ford received injuries which it is believel will prove fatal Both are aged men und loose families Six Vira Suit LEXINGTON Ky June 8 The audi tors agent here brought suit Tuesday morning1 for six years franchise tax in behalf of the state and county against tho national banks of ing four millions and a half stock The suit is the result of a dc cision on franchise tax rendered in Cincinnati recently Killed by 11 Home FIIAKKFOKT Ky June Duvall a prominent farmer of Switzer was killed by a horse Mr Duvall had re turned from Frankfort and was pass ing behind the animal when the Ivorse kicked him striking him on the hoa6 lIe lingered several hours Dr DuvoII was a brother of Albert Duvall of tax Lexingtonhold ofcapital 8Si this city Jealous Iliisuanii Uses a Razor VAXCKHUKO Ky June received Tuesday morning from Charles Guffy had cut his wifes throat with a razor Cause jealousy She will die Won the Mvdil RICHMOND Ky June a contest between the speak ers of the preparatory department of Central university Pay ton Adams won the gold medal DEWEYS SWORD The Weapon to Be Presented to JIm Wilt Be One of the Most Beautiful Ever Manufactured WASHINGTON June 8 The sword to be presented to Adm Dewey under time act of congress providing for this mark of distinction for his bra very at Manila will be one of the most beautiful weapons ever made Already the artistic ingenuity of the best swordmakers and jewelers of the and indeed of the entire world has been excited and the navy de partment has more than 50 designs for this Dewey sword They are marked by great beauty of design some of the blades being wrought with figures emblematic of the famous bat tle in Manila bay while the hilt and scabbard combining steel gold and silver are studded with jewels and highly wrought marine emblems such as neptunes dolphins mermaids anchors eto Tints far the de partment has not taken up the matter of selecting a design as the board for this purpose has not been named It is likely to consist of Acting Secretary Allen Senator Lodge emy Time same board will decide the design for the medals whicH congress had provided as a mark of special distinction to all the officers and crews on the taking part in the battle of Manila SWord was Orangebnrgthat SIn declamatory prizea special capstans professorsup- on shIps country Spaniards Repntaed MANILA June 8 Last Wednesday there was severe fighting on the road between Cavite and Manila The Spaniards having sent 3000 men to their troops in Cavite province A narrow defile on this road was sue cessfully held by the insurgents with 500 men and four small field guns Early Monday the rebels attacked and captured Inius the principal interior town of Cavite province taking 250 prisoners and four or five Krupp eight centimeter field guns and a large of ammunition TUB following West Virginia people were pensioned a few days ago Orig inal John F Wanless Dilleys Mill S12 Original Widows Etc Cynthia A Carter Forks of Little Sandy 83 TIlE valley in the Gulf of Mexico is narnjd Sigsbecs Djep after its discoverer and the scientific name of Sigsbeia murrhiuna is given to one of the rarest species of deep sea fauna It was Sigsbee too who near the Morro light many beautiful specimens of the pentacrini or sea lilies and who while in of the Blake placed at the dis posal of scientific investigators the first extensive collection of this an cheat genus Thus has Capt Sigsbee associated his name with the harbor qualities of command deep st command investigations 2 fi r relieve quantity discovered sit VOUWG TOBACCO 1 ictti I fttroycil by the Cut Worms Oxvvneboro Meswnger The few farmers who have come to the city luring the present week an nounce that a large per cent of the crop has been palate 1 but that the ravages of the cut worm are quite severe and several requested the to obtain if possible a success fill method for destroying the cut worm and to print it in the Messenger as it would ba a valuable piece nation to every tobacco raiser Many suggestions have been made and remedies tried for the destruction of cut worms but none of them have given such marked and sult as the poison bait It is known that the worn as well as the adult moths havj a liking for sweet sub stances and ae attracted to them when placed in their vicinity It is al so known that the worms eat wheat bran with much relish By combina tion therefore the bran with molasses or syrup made from sugar we have an ideal bait and eat it in else when it is available By poisoning this material with paris green or arsenic a good remedy cheap and easy to apply is produced The ingredients used for sea any kind 2 quarts paris green good quality 1 pound water enough to make thicit mash The bran should bj placed in an old tub or barrel and to this the paris green should be added and stirred thoroughly with a shovel or other im before the water or molasses is poured in Stir the molasses in about a gallon of warm water and add enough water to make mash about the consistency of dough so that it can be easi ly runningThe been prepared it is now ready to Be applied and to do this successfully several essentials are necessary as follows the drills are made a pinch of poison mash about as as one hold on a tablespoon should be dropped in the vicinity not in the ex act of spot where the plant be set This should be done from three to five days before tho plants are put out The application should ba made in order to get over large areas there 1 no objection to dropping it in at any dayCare to ehick ens turkeys or other animals of any kind that would be liable to eat the of the field for a day or two or until after the tobacco is set T 1 i1 rL tobacco info promisingre theywill toanything follows greenthoroughly1 hen place practicable mashout Messenger preference TwiceaWeek AND CENTRAL RECORD- Both One Year for COURIER JOURNAl I Only I This offer will only for a few days and is for new sub old ones Who pay for this year stand scribers and INTERESTING ITEMS Ax elephant has ruore than 900 mus in his trunk THE oldest university in the world is El Ayhar at Cairo A HAKTFOHD man was fined 6117483 for selling liquor on Sunday Tim game of chess is taught in all the Australian public schools STEAM has been found in extinguishing fires on loaded cotton wife into servitude- A BIII to prevent false and advertising has been signed by Gov Black of New York TImE roe of the codfish contains more latent living creatures than the whole human population of the globe AT sea level an oVect 100 feet high is visible a little over 13 miles and if 150 feet high it is visible nearly 30 miles THE Siamese have a great horror of odd numbers and were never known to put five seven nine or eleven in a house or temple TIIEKK are annually killed in Afrtea a minimum of 05000 elephants yield lug the production of a quantity of raw ivory the selling price of which is 850000 IT appears that Gladstoncc had actu ally begun his long delayed and often abandoned autobiography when his illness compelled him to give up all literary work TIlt marine docks at Portsmouth Eng are time largest in the world cov ering more than 300 acres and employ ing some 10000 men Two of the largest docks arc GOO feet long and So broad A FEW days ago at FlUme Eng a large warehouse was burned down having been as was believed struck by lightning Now our correspond ent telegraphs that the workmen in clearing the place the oilier mornintr found a great meteoric which had buried itself in a deep pit Its weight is estimated at four tons It ithought that the premises were set en fire by the glowing atone TKH human skeleton exclusive of teeth oonsktsof 2S bonea iIT VI r vcn e ships agoit windows tone des misleading You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going ast You Are 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