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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 10, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898061001_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 10, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. JSwtercd at Ifce Post OJJice in Xancacr, JTy., a Second Class Matter. PUBL1SITEI) WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDUAM, Cor. Public Square end Danville Avenue. Lancaster:, ky., ekiday, june, Another circus coming. 10. isos. at TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: $!.$ ptr l'car iu Advance. Stanford contest, June 17th. l?tiy your boards and shingles S. Cultivator! AND IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. Garden truck is ripe. Bring in a dollar for the Ruconi). Don't forget the Contest at Stanford Lookout for mad dogs. More hades"rai3ed Saturday night. Masonic Lodge meets Monday night. Gaines handles Brown Cultivator. G. S. the genuine Mrs.' A. orjran s. Nice line milliner y S. at cost. Ky. Buy ice from Northcott and it will ue I ivercil daily. Nittlcc To save cost, call and settle with J. O Swi:i:xev. I would like to do your plain sew- and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. ISourlioti Steam I.auiiilry. Ilaselden. Bryantsvillc, I3i Double Shovel Plows. Screen Doors, Coolers Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers. June 17th. Courier-Journ- and Tin: Rkcoud one year for only SL25. New Railroad and war map of Cuba The best two horse wagon on the and the worid only 15c. J. C. market at G. S. Gaines'. ., CO Visit High Bridge this summer. will pay you. It Ward it Miller's pipe line leaked in several places ami is causing trouble- - Pie Plant roots for faU planting, The greatest Disc Harrow on tlie to 75c per dozin at J. C. Thompsons. market, at O. S. Gaines. ' NcAloe. KBST rr llatcliIllJC. J. R, Excursion to Cincinnati Sunday, JudjcM. D. Hughes has been organ- June 12th. Usual low rates. Summer ing a Maccrbee lodge at Bryantsviile, J. A. I'er.zley & Co. have a large and Henry Duncan has purchased of resorts all open now. Ask Ticket d will complete same this week W. C. Rinear- handsome line of wall paper. Prices Wm. Cook, the lot and house on Rich Agents for particulars. his is good insurancj and cheap. to suit the people. mond street, opposite Judge Burn- - son, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. Danville Steam Launilry. side's. Sniail-pohas about disappeared at Smith it Currey, Agents for Danville Premium the Madison county pest bouse. The Look lu Your Interest. Wanamaker & Brown arc giving Steam Laundry. We ship every day epidemic cost the county several buggies on the mar eae.i customer irom t- to 5.1, in tne We send Best homc-mid- e and deliver thousand dollars. ket at J. B. lily's Paint Lick, Ky. Gen- price of suits, as the customer sives itisfaction guarantce.l. Work called horseshoeing a that much an gets a perfect fit. tf for and delivered. The trial of a county road case oc eral repairing and M. D. Hcaiim, Agent. cupied the county judge's attention specialty. Give us a trial. Marry or Fight. w. I. Williams. for three days this week. The case CoI.W.G.Wtlch. Tink Anderson told a friend that Property Sold. Mr. Henri' Burnam, an old and Lancaster. came from the IJuckeye neighborhood Stanford. W. K. Shugars has sold his new and highly respected citizen of the Paint several girls were so anxious to marand the jury was taken to view the handsome residence on York street, to L'ck neighborhood died at his homo ry him that he was compelled to go ground. John Stone. As Mr. S. returned im near that place Mon laj. He was way and join the army. It was cith- Lookout Tor Them. mediately to McICinney, we failed to highly respected and well known r marry the whole crowd or go to the ar, so he chose the latter. throughout the county. A lotrof counterfeit ha-l-f dollars arse learn the price. As a fellow iu circulation hereabouts. The IJijj Show Coining. Law, Zow Then! The City Council met Monday night can VJ punished for having snoh mon Flaming pesters announce the coni nothing of importance. The For 10.00 I will make you a suit to but did ey in his possession it would be well ng o: llarria .Nickel I late Shows. yojir measure from any 12.50 pattern question of giving the town night pro LANCASTER, KT. to look out for them. was not mentioned, so the The date is Thursday, the 17th. Save s tection Chat I have left. These are good p CrTIe to Taxpayer. at 15.00 and I only have a few pat- marshal will continue to pick his teeth et- your nickels, boys, and old folks ready to "take the children.'' Ta-iano aow due the City and all terns left. A rare chance for a bar through the day and the sneak thief, L C. IIkmi'UILl, are respectfully requested to pay same gain, fire fiend and boozy boys hold full Harris' show has been here before and always gives satisfaction. sway during the night at once. The nenaltv will soon be a'd- The Spanish claim to be fighting for Jed and it will be to your interest to Through the efforts of Hon. Geor; Away Flew the V.'ooiicoeic. "Spain's honor ('.')." According to hispay your tax now, I have the best and cheapest line of M. Davison, congressman from this E. M. Walkkr, M. C L. tory for the last 2 JO years thepe ligree wear ever brought to istriet, the name of .Mrs. W. J. Lan-raof Spanish honor is about as follows: has been placed on the pension You Can SJIp In Now. coats at 5Je Sired by Treachery, dam Crueltj; a this city. dollars per month law has been abol- full sister to Barbarism, both tracing and SI; Black Alpaca cotts at ?, and rolls at twenty-fivThe ished at Stanford, and the saloons can to Romanism as foundation stock. genuine Crash fuit at ;! 5J. Tailor- - en. LauJram. was a substantial stain their windows, have side doors Exchange. tow linen friend to Judge Davison and the jadg made, Kentucky home-spuor do pretty much as they please. at S per suit. The goods will launder is one of the few who has shown h.s ppreciation of such friendship. Hro. Walton sa3s you can also, if you Death of a Prominent Citizen. perfectly. M. D. Hughes, Agt like, roll in or tumble in, just so you Mr. John L. Arnold, one of the A Chance for More. Temperance Lecture. gjt in, as it looks like the council best connected and most popular Travel on the night trains continues wants you to do. Pro'. J. J. Ruckcr, president of citizans, of this county, died on Wed BEAZLE Y & BAUGHMAN. We heard a railroad man nesday. Funeral services were con Georgetown College, delivered a tern to increase. Opening at Dripping. say that if this business continues to ducted b3' Elder George Gowen, on perance lecture to a large audience at FUNERAL DIRECTORS, grow, there is a possibility of the day The opening at Dripping Springs Thursday, at 3 o'clock p. m., at Lan the l'resbvterian church buii'iay eve being run this way also. Scmu will take place Wednesday, the 15th caster Cemetery, where the body was ning. Prof. Ruckcr is well known in trains know-it-ill- s ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM- Mr. Itothwell lias arranged to make lautrh at this idea. laid to rest, in the presence of a very Garrard, many persons here having of the the day an enjoyable one and all who large c owd of but they taid we would never get the BALMING a SPECIALTY. relatives and friends. gone to his school. He is a good speak' present makattend will be amply repaid for service. ms me was sucn as to deserve more cr and earnest worker for the temper ,ny improvements We will never get in Lmcastcr until ing the trip. A splendid orchestra than a passing notice, which of necesi- - ance cause and the b. tternie.it of man- be on hand a number of objectors are relegated t the Carpets, &c. will kept open and day. large dance ty will be deferred until next issue, kh d. A bisr ball hall all the rear. will be given at night- - A cordial in in the absence of the data for such an T'niiiteiit ionul O verseiKht. vitatiou is extended all to attend. article. Teacher's K.vami nation. In Sitting up the article regarding Snpt Elisa Lusk fie sckc'.ion of teachers for the Gra o:;n to announce requests Tun Rec that an examination ed Sehool, the overlooked the name of Miss Jaynic Shumate, of whitj teacher will be held in her Miss S inmat j has been connected oilice on the 17th and ISth of this ith the school for several terms and month, and for colored teachers on by her ellicient work and untiring en the 24th and 23th. On the last Thursday in this month, gy has won the esteem of both pu pils and parents. It is with pleasure the o3th, an examination for appli e announce the fact that her scrvi cants for Diplomas of Graduation from the Common School courae will be ces were retained by the trustees. held in the Superintendents ofiiee. Agsiinst the Hunks. 31ii:e anil Tink. An opinion has been handed down Lancaster and Garrard county peo by the U. S. court deciding that banks must pay local taxation the same as pic will b; glad to learn of the ap individuals are made to pay. What is pointincnts just received by Captain known as the Hewitt law gave banks Mike Salter and Tink Anderson to the right to pay 75 C2nts on the S100 prominent positions in the array. Capt. for in lieu of all other taxes. This law is Salter was made quarter-maste- r pronounced unconstitutional and the the first regiment, better known as biuks will now appeal to the supreme the Louisville Legion. The Legion' failed to pass court It is believed the case will regular quarter-maste- r eventually jo against the Hanks, and the physical examination, and all ef if it should, it will close up many o forts to get him in proved in vain institutions in the state Friends of Capt Salter made a light the small-frthey being unable to pay the enor and succeeded Saturday in lauding mous taxation asscssel against them. the appointment He will rank as a If the case finally goes against the first lieutenant and recjive captain's banks, the two Lancaster institutions pay, 150 per month. Capt Salte Mason-Cob- b will have to pay a good sum into the fought through the late war in the local treasury, as the matter date Confederate army and enjars a repu tation for gallantry and bravery. Tn back to 1SJ4. IlEConn would rather see him get The Concert. good berth than most any one, and w Notwithstanding the fact that the know the Legion men will soon form proceeds were to be used in the noble as strong ties for him as they had for McDon cause of furnishing hymn books to the their former quarter-masteLancaster soldiers, a very small audi- - aid. Salter had secured the place of r enc2 attended the entertafumcut giv for the second regiment en at the Court House Monday evening. and, at his resignation, A. Tink An Those who did go were highly repaid derson, also of this city, was appointed as a better program was never arran to this place.' Tink will not h ive to ged for a similar occasion. The sin be sworn into the service, but will ing of Misses Olivia Sweeney, Addie have a number of men under him and Burnside and Elisa Lusk was greatly draw S73 per month. He left for enjoyed, as were also the recitations of Chickamauga Tuesday and will enter Misses Alberta Anderson, Elcne Iliatt upon his duties at once. Lancaster is Lettie McRoberts and Edna Mason strictly "in it" in the way of furnish' : Miss May Hughes' piano solo was high f men, and the ollisials seem to ly complimented and was a rich treat know where to come to get true, reli to the audience. Although the piano able help. used was a miserable one, Miss Hughes uccecded admirably in demonstrating the fact that she is one of the very Tbe Royal is the highest grade bakiHQ powder known. Actual tests show it goes best performers our people have ever further tboa any other braad. had the pleasure of listening to. Miss MacGregor, who is the guest Chastine of Mrs. W. 11. Cook, kindly consented V and Blue Coats to sing and her solo and enchore were $3.50 to greatly appreciated and enjoyed. Mess G. Bright Swincbroad and Lew ALL STYLES Walker delivered a few remarks atth opening and closing of the evening They soared about entertainment. the clouds, brushing all the out. The of See our New $1.50 from the sky and putting a few extra touches on the moon and stars. The young ladies who planned the enter tainment are entitled to much praise for their work in so noble a cause, and wcregret exceedingly that so few Absoluttiy Pure Lancaster's people turned out to lend a helping hand to the brave boys who have gone to the front to fight VOWC CO., their country. plants for sale. I have new tomato and cabbage Geo. Smith From prize wining Black Minorcas R. L. KIkin 15 eggs for SI, 03. Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the he f Ailing oft' in the number of street loungers is graft fying. Go to onrbon Steam Laundry. Leave your work, ye sluggard, and rest the scat orders at Sweeney's store. tf of your trousers. 'J We are making special! low prices on some lines of g goods, to reduce stock. Oruui.iii; Maccabees. Handsome Lin I 36 INCH PERCALS HASiU. at x 5c yard. Lancaster, Ky. - v 1 u a mm, Grenadines and silk linings for less than value. Attorneys at In nn ran IB Ilia MM 1 II 50c 60c 68c 78c s vul-ue- All business attended to promptly. X I I101M Fauey 75c 90c $1.00 1.25 IIS IMS. I Patterns worth. 60c per yd. "will close at 35c Keady-to-wc- anti-scree- n e n SPECIAL VALUES IN" HiA"W2Nn3 Hiss, I i'PHSS 18 MBS. j .1- - Furniture, Lancaster, Ky. g TH type-sott- Ml We ! DRY GOODS 1 COMPANY. IRQ In Men's Sample iiUUiUiUiUiUilUUUiUWUilWiUlWUUUUJUiUiUiUUUUJUR Ileadouartcrs for Deering Hinders, Mowers and thrcsliing machines at (.', S Gaines. print statements. Oinited-Through -- Shoes left out oi order to clean up this lot of Samples we offer the entire lot for $2.50. Don't miss this opportunity to buy shoes. licit M:m an oversight of a composThe little child of Mr. Uright Her itor, the name of Mr. John RolJards. wedring died today and will hi buried in best man at the Faulconer-Maso-n the Lancaster Cemetery tomorrow, ding, was omited from the notite of Friday morning at 10 o'clock. the affair, which appears on page 2. Killing. Ed Clouse was lodged in jail Thurs Know How to Sell 'Km. Sam Joseph, a former Lancaster boy who everyboiy in the connty is fond of, was here with his samples this week and sold shoes to most every merchant in the county. Our merchants lenow S.im will not misrepresent anything to them and always have an erder saved up for him. These are First Class Goods y day night charged with killing V. 1. Tracy. The shooting occurred near Mt 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 Tracy's bowels. Trices Lower than Ever. Tailor made suits at S12.50 to S30. Satisfaction or no pay. You have paid suits that were not S12 for readi'-mad- e as irood as Wanatnaker and Drown's suits at S3, and their suits at Sy..rJ and 11.50 are equal to other S15 suits, beand beautiful in design ing and finish. The suits at 13.50 and 13 usually sell for SIS and S20, and their 2J suit is the same of quality, such suits usually selling for 23. A comparison of goods will prove that yon will save some dollars by giving mc your order. M. D. IIugiiks, Agent. all-wo- bought of the Co Auburn, Maine, who failed some tim6 ago, at big discount. Regular price of these goods is $4, $4.50 $5. and $6. r, wagon-maste- We are offering a big lot of odds and ends in Ladies, Misses, Childrens Oxfords from 50c to $1.25 Hot Weather Clothing. Serge and ests, I We have everything in this line in keep ymi cddI. Brash. suits $2.5Dtn $5 Large line all wonl Crash, suits, 7.5D Black one-thi-rd $4,50 STRAW HATS. line ALL PRIC ES Pearl Hats at cob-we- and $2.50. Latest Hot Weather Underwear from 50cts to $2. a suit. Logan & POWDER BAKIMQ POWDER NEW Robinson. Our Soldier Hoys. About a dozin 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 company has finally been uniformed and will get their guns and amunition this week. They are comfortably quartered in the great park and are drilled from four to six hours daily. A Rec-okman 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 930 blouses, trousjrs and blue llinnel shirts, the same number undershirts and neckwear, 3,000 pairs of stockings, 1,300 pairs of shoes and 030 campaign hati 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 "Number ones " If corpulent and broad he got "Number threes," and if "middling, lean or fat" he got "Number d ROYAL twoa" Siei'i:il Navy Siiiicinent. The subject of our Navy is one which is all engrossing at the present time, and the desire for accurate and relm ble information concerning our vossels has induced the Scientific Amekican to publish a Special Navy Supplement of 40 pages, with J0 illustrations. Uvery effort has been made to explain what the Navy is. The c!ear digrams showing the differences between thesu modern fighting machines render analysis of this kind easy. It is beautengravifully illustrated by half-ton-e ings 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 map of Cuba, Jt l'rice, 25 cts. Munn & Company, Ilroabway, New York, are the pub. lishers. Dr. Steele llailey. Cr. Steele Ilallcj-- , the popular and prominent Stanford physieian, was here this week shaking hands with many old friends and relatives. Wc heard a lady telling another lady a good one on the doctor. She said that d boy, when he was a little, his family lived on Lexington street, in Lancaster. A couple of S2rvants 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 chopped off of a near-bthe cat's 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 "bride's maids' snow white dresses were bespattered 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 the narrator at this point and we failed to hear the rest of the story. dirty-facey CENTRAL RECORD two thousand applications y asiunjrton .ive been met at EVERY WEEC BY oung men wanting to be sjcoiiJ lieu- Publisher.' LOUIS I.ASDRA tr. tenants in the regular array, a number LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. f whom will soon be appointed. The law requires a rigid examination, both .il.00 physical and mental. The latter in TKR11S Six Months. cludes, anion-- ' other subjects, mathe THKKK " matics through trigonometry and in ternational law. An applicant must evidence of 1808 also furnish FRIDAY, .Tunc IO, and gentlemanly high moral eportmcnt. It is believed that Ken It CONGRESS. tucky will bj allowed three of the umber appointed. McCIlK A RY. We are authorized to nnnounce ;KkABI.V lirst-clas- - THE CHURCHES. I writes: I I have tried DeWitt's Witch Hazel 'The Christian." of London, raises a Salve for itching piles and it always tops them in two minutes. I consid- - protest against the various efforts to write the Bible "in modern style." DoWitt' Witch Hazel Salve the juitly thinks that "dev out students greatest pile earo on the m.irkat." o not care for the fn qucnt attempts" lm Stormes' Drug Store. this direction. It then ad Is there OR Fine Crops in Texas. eighty words: "The Iionk has vintli- In remitting for his piper Mr. W. C. iti-- itself in the experience of cen Witwcr writes '1 he Ukcoko from (Jar- - turies as able to tell its own tale and ndicate its own menage, so that hc laud, Texas, that crops in that state are looking fine. Wheat is be'ng har who runs may read.' Thcso adapta vested now, and oats will b.j cut in tions do not always emanate from those ho have the highest faith in the another week. Corn is fully five feet ligh and cotton growing nicely, (Jar- - Word, and their issue is always to Hon. James P. McCi:tUY.of Madison comes from den truck is plentiful and has been on Am now the news county, a candidate for Congress In the oil its simple power and forcv. It Mh Congressional District, subject to the Washington that an additional reg; speaks to man as man, is capable of be- the table for about four waeks. of the Democratic party. action mcnt will not be needed in Kentucky, ng sufficiently understood by the sim Orders taken for all ForeigH or Domestic 3Iai;iziiies or Newspapers. Kind Kemciubruiicc. to be used as ple as well as the wise and learned. THOMPSON We announce J. B. Thompson a but the extra men are Mrs. Elizabeth Simpson, the capable Oriental and quaint as it may be in by the Dem fillers in the present campanios. This candidate for ocratic party for Representative In Con will blast the hopes of Hon. Dave manager of the Mason Hotel, sent the phraseology and imagery, its appeal is cress from this the btli district. Colson, who would have been the new Record force a lot of delicious sher- - broadly and parfcotly human. The K. tV. liUlnrd. colonel. The indications are that he bart and cake Wednesday. It's so sel less we temper with it, the better it Jno. li. Stout. The svmnafhetic tenderness of a lovTiik war situation has not changed will have to content himself with dom that the dreary, dirty printing does its saving work." This may be ine husband is everything to an expec very much, though several important fighting the Crested Jayhawkcr and office (or rather the dreary, dirty ccountcd by many as a species o' tant mother, especially during her first a promiueorge matters hnra taken place tince last is other political enemies in the eleventh printer) is remembered so kindly that English conservatism, but there are ordeal,druggist ofi,ayton, iisq., gives the Dayton, O., nent sue of The IiEcoitn. As state! in our congressional district who generally sich a treat makes the boys forget for multitudes on both sides of the Atlan following case : last, the Spanish lleet under Cervera set a hotter dish for clever Dave than a time tho troubles in this old, woe tic who are in full accord with the senA customer of mine, whose wife has used of begone world and think of a brighter sible and safe position thus taken by four bottlessays, " Mother's Friend " beforeof conwas bottled up at Santiago dc Cuba. the entire Spanish army could fix the finement, after seeing the effects and. remedy, that if she had to go through the ordeal Growing tired of waiting for the Dons our contemporary. again, and thee were but four bottles on the The Kentucky Federation of Worn to come out and fight, the American The missionary societies of the market, ana tne cost was iuu per come, sue McCIure'8 Magazine fortune. would have them. lleet sent a large vessel loaded with en's Clubs, in session at Louisville, dc " Mother's Friend " is a scientifically While conserving its general literary Uuited States, Canada, Great Britian, coal into the mouth of the harbor and clared the right of women to use their interests, McClure's Magazine for Juno Continental Europe, Asia, Africa and compounded liniment which affords cer sank it. As the channel at that point own names, as for example: "Mrs. 219 with 4,C'J4 stat tain renei in tne various anmenis pre makes good its title of a War Number; Australia number is very narrow, the sinking of the Mary Smith,'' and not "Mrs. John ions and 15,200 out stations. There are ceding childbirth, and assures proper elasticity to the cords and muscles in completely "pen" the Dons, Smith." If a woman docs not think and is really an unparalleled achieve boat will ment in making a monthly periodical 1,059 missionaries, 04,293 native labor volved in the final ordeal. as there is no other way of escape. A enouirh of her husband to wear his ers and 1,121,093 commudicants. Ther groat inter "Mother's Friend" is sold by drug crew of six American sailors, under name, she ought to get an absolute di fully representative of the 9115,478 persons under instruction, gists, or expressed on receipt of one without any sacrifice are of the -: Lieut Ilobson, took the boat into the vorcj from the old codger and kick estsliterary hour, artistic quality. The and the income in all these countries dollar. ( and him out into the cold world. The next of li arbor, and, while the Spanish batteValuable book. "Before Baby is S12,9SS,9S7. women organizations editors explain that to accomplish this, ries were showering shot and shell move by these .The church Extension Society of the Born," mailed free on application. to make the num THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Ca, upon them, set off a shell which sank will doubtless be their determination they had practically ber over a second time, casting aside Methodist Episcopal Church has the craft. IJeing unable to come out to wear jeans breeches, chew tobacco c;ived since its organization in 1S94, tured Steve Brown, a moonshiner, in part of it after it had gone to press. through the terrific shower of shells and cuss. arc Jassamine county, and delivered him 5:5,020,000 Ut tins sum the Americans rowed to the Spanish permanent capital, for use oaly by to the jailer at Frankfort, Monday. Stone I'orter. nis many friends, and especially flagship and surrendered to Cervera. Miss Moody L. Porter was married loans. The Society has aided 10,012 Miss Jane Kucker, o: uiclimonti, vis l.eing so impressed by their bravery those in Lancaster, will be glad to Friday evening last to Mr. Ncaly L churches throughout the States and ited Miss Jennie Parks, last week they should be treated kindly know that Lieut. Lucien Young has Stone. The ceremony was performed Territories of the Union. he taid Rev. L. I. Eckols, left Sunday night and immediately exchanged for Span recovered from a long illness of ap bv Eld. Ueor 'c uowen, at the res.- - Qhe Baptist Publication Society of ish prisoners. Monday night the Span pendicitii and been assigned to com1 denca of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Moody this country his now in its emploj' for Due West, S. C, to visit friends lie will Terror, tried to slip mand the Hist, one of tho best and Harden. The brido is a handsome and seven chapel cars, which run on rail- - and attend commencement ish torpedo-boat- . by our ships and enter the harbor to fastest of our auxiliary cruisjrs. She attractive young lady. She has re oads in various parts of the country. bo absent two weeks. Miss Jennie join Cervera, when discovered by look is -- 30 feet in length, U00 tonnage, and sided with her aunt in this1 city for It is an acceptable service which they Varks is in Richmond, this week, at tending commencement at Centra rapid-fir- e guns-outs on the Texas. A few minutes la armed with four-incoffer. several years. The groom resides University. Mr. Dave Henry returned sunk, riddled by It is understood that the Hist is to go Stanford and is connected with the ter the torpedo-boa- t Southern Methodists have contribu the hail of shots hurled upon it. The to West Indian waters as an iudepend waterworks and electric light plant. ted 52,009,933. So during the past four Monduv from Lancaster, where he has been attending school the pas Terror was one of Spain's best boats, ent scout The happy couple left for Stanford years. and her destruction is a great loss to Ihe Central Holiness Camp meetin year. The annual outing of the Kentucky immediately after the ceremony. TO YOU Spain. will begin at Wilmorc July 2Sth and The human machine starts but once Santiago was bombarded Monday. Press Association will be the most in continue until August 4th. Rev. Jo and stop? but once. You can keep it Dollar and Quarter. Four warships, under Commodore teresting in several years. The quill Our offer of The Record and Twice seph Jamison, of Franklin, Tenn., will oing longest and most regularly by Schley, attacked the new earthwork: drivers will spend their Courier Journal one year for have charge of the preaching services using lie Witts Little 1'Jariy Risers, the vacation at Macinac Island Michigan to the west of the Estrclla and Cata tventy-fiv- e cents is In addition to him many pastors of the famous little pills for constipation an only a dollar and lina batteries, while five warships, un Secretary Morning star has sent out the lowest and best newspaper rate Kentucky Conference, preachers and all stomach and liver troubles. Stormes dcr Rear Admiral Sampson, attacked the excellent program, and many evangelists, will assist in the services. Drug Store. u.ne courier-Journever given. lm the new earthworks to the east of Mor poor editor is looking forward with war service cannot be excelled, High Bridge camp meeting will The ro costle. The ships lay well inshore great pleasure to an opportunity to equaled, and you get all the foreign be better this summer than ever be STONE. and silenced the Spanish shore batte get a few da's rest from creditors and and your home news for just about fore. The management has succeeded TO A fine chance of gtobacco was set rics. El Morro was damaged despite delinquent subscribers. the price of one paper. This offer is in getting rid of the rough elemen Admiral Sampson's orders not to fire extended to all subscribers in good that once hung about the place and i this vicinity last week. Wiik.v a naval ofliccr tempts fate by at it because of the danger of killing s T. L. Saunders bought of Ellis Mat in every res standing and any new one who would is now stricdy Lieut. Ilobson and crew. The Vixen going where ho knows it is ninety like to take tho two papers. It will pect. thews, a large sow at S c Sh nine chances in a hundred that he will and Sawanee went far in and silenced The religon that makes people pay weighed 415 pounds. last only a short time. ' a small inshore battery. Eitrella fort be killed, and comes out victorious he their debts; tho religion that keeps Mrs. Peachie Grow sold a dry cow to New Swindle. was silenced early, being set on fire is heralded as a brave and great man people from speaking ill of their Frank Bowcn, for $'-Cavo battery was silenced and earth If he gets killed the people denounce The latest swindle is for two smooth- - neighbors; the religion that makes no Lewis Murphy sold a good horse last works above it shelled, Fire in th him as a blank fool and say he had no talking fellows to drive up to a farm distinction between wealth and pover MARKSBURY. Catalina fort silenced the guns there business aterapting anything so fool house, represent- that they are state ; the religion that makes people hon week at S1S0. Jeff Dunn bought a horse from Jno. Not an American ship was injured, not ish. Such is life. officials and were sent to examine the est and upright; tho religion thit Mr. li F. Robinson has purchased a a man killed and only one wounded. drinking water. They apply a large makes men manly and woman woman Dennis at $IS3. Good horses are now c.ir loal of lamb) from different par- The Philippine insurgents with the The Ilurgin Messenger has been and powerful glass which, of course, ly;the religion that is a part of peo bringing a fair price. paying 5c per lb. aid of the supplies which Admiral launched upon the tempestuous jour shows the thousands of dregs in all pies' everyday life; exemplified in kind Mr. 1. L. Saunders and wi.'e, at fes, I Successor to Lackey & Gulley. Mr. Samuel Johnson, Sr., received a Dewey permitted them to take from nalistic ssa. It is neatly printed and water, no matter how clean a cistern deeds, loving acts and cheering words, tended preaching at Antioch last Sun fall from his horse while visiting I First-Glaas full of lecal news as an egg of meat or well is kept They tell the farmer is the religion that is needed in the day, and were the guests of Morton Cavite arsenal, have administered friends near ISettis. We hope his crushing blow to the Spanish forces he is risking the lives of his family by world today. Exchange. Broaddus. ies are not seritm. in a series of engagements, practically :. M. Geary, Pearson, Mich., writes 1 was seriously afflicted with a cougl using the water, and finally offer to The revival held by Dr. MacGregor LIVERY STABLE. 1 shutting them up in Manila. Your corresdondent attended church sell him a preparation which will at Frankfort, closed with 43 additious "DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is curing for several years, and last fall had The landing of troops in Cuba has more severe cough than ever before. purify it Of course the preparation more piles here 34 by baptism and 9 by letter. than all oth in lSurgin, Sunday, and dined with HANDSOME TURNOUTS, O. S. Williams. Uurgin been going steadily on, and, from all have used many remedies without is a fraud. Lookout for them and lion. Jonn Wanamauer lias given er remc lies combined. It cures eczma Mr. and Mrs. is noted for its enterprise, and the hosindications, the United Slates is about receiving much relief, and being rec have the dog unchained and ready to 30,000 to erect a Y. M. C. A. buildin and all other skin diseases." Stormc REASONABLE PRICES. prepared to strike a terrific blow to ommended to try a bottle of Cham take out the seat of these fellow pitality of its inhabitants. Drug Store. in Madras, India. lm be so decisive that berlain's Cough Remedy, by a friend breeches. Spain, which will Misses Saunders, of Stone, are the The fishing party at the mouth of Vie might as well cease to use th SPECIAL ATTENTION TO she will mike hot haste to end the who knowing me to be a poor widow, guests of Miss Hallie Herring. EverThe Cuban question and political is word Yankee to designate citizens Sugar Cre.'lc, last Saturday afternoon ett Parks spent Sunday in lSurgin. war and be glad to get out alive. gaye it to me, I tried it, and with the TRAVELING MEN. sues sink into insignificance with the from any particular section of the was attended by a large crowd of Miss Harriet Vanetta, of Danville, is most gratifying results. The first bot s young people, as well as a good many man who suffers from piles. What h United States. The word seems If a Iventucktan wants a drink, tie relieved me very much and the sec- most desires, is the relief. DeWiti' have decided to call us all Yanlfees, older ones. Free lemonade was fur spending several weeks with her aunt. Miss Sallie Lou Myers. Mrs. W. H. and has the prico, we fail to see why ond bottle has apsolutcly cured me. Witch Hazel Salve cures piles. Stormc and as there is no other word to take nished to the crowd by the boys, and B jgie attended commencement at Dan- good health fo Drug Store. T S. BEAZLEY, his desire to step up and swallow have not had its place we might as well accept it better lemonade never was drank. Ev . lm - I givo this certificate week and was accompanied .le s in a wash twenty yearsabout three Our only care need be to be good Yan erybody was enjoying themselves as hojie lasthef" by little niece, Miss Mattie Move In Right Direction. ing tub should so concern the newspa without solicitation, simply in appre-catio- n well as a crowd of young folks could kees. Baptist Argust. of the gratitude felt for the cure Hughes. funny writers of Teeth filled and extracted with pers and Messrs. J. F. Hines and J. B. Pence, D, T. L. Cuyler says trulp; "There so they thought, until Prof. Logsdon effected. Respectfully, Mns. Marv A. out nain. Crown was asked to give a show. Then the other states. About all these allege 15EAKD, (Jlareniore, Arc. For sale by representing the nusery of Bird, Dew is one important point Master Fleece Herring, who is only Wort a specialty. Otlice over J. R. miri Rriilire Haselcten'a in which most fun began. Everybody was kept old, is quite a young hardware store, nejt to Court House, Lancasfun makers say of this, the bast state R. E. McRoberts. & Hall, Knoxville, have been here lm. Sunday School teachers make a griev lauglnngas long as the fun lasted. Th twelve years ter. Kjt. is something several weeks and have sold over three ous mistake. They do not require their number present at the party was esti Ximrod. He recently killed a squirrel .in Uncle Sara's collection, about drinking whisky. Last week thousand dollars worth of trees. Wi scholars to do enough studying, nor mated to be over three hundred, and while it was running at a rapid rate Mccreary. ORGANIZED 1883. cartoonist drew a picture of Cervera are glad to note that our farmers have require enough committing of God' that is not far wrong, as we had visit along a fence. He was some distance ors Irom Lexinsrton. bottled up at Santiago de Cuba an The children of the neighborhood concluded to devote more time and at Word to memory. If parents did their Marksbury, Bryantsville.Barbourville. from the squirrel, but took aim and Hickman the battleship Kentucky was repre celebrated Children's Day here Sun- tention to fruit raising. With any duty this would be a small matter. and other places. All went away feel shot it through the head. AVe think pifflENS NATIONAL BANK, with day, by giving an entertainment at thing like proper attention, fruit will sented as a large ing that they had been fully paid for it would bj woe to the Spaniards if we U An exchange says that it is claimed OF LANCASTER. IT. which to get the Dons out. Now a lit the Antioch church, for the benefit of do well in this section. The trouble Admiral Dewey is a democrat, republi coming. This was t le second party of had a regiment of such marksmen. til's kind at Stone. There was one tic fun is a good thing, but for peopl the Missionaries. A large crowd at- has been that people would set out can, a Presbyterian, and an Episco- spring and the young folks are Capital, $100,000 who never drink (except when some tended, and every one seemed to en tree and then leave it entirely unno palean. We should judge, howeve last "One Minute Cough Cure is the best planning for another one next year, one else pays for it) to be constantly joy it ticed. Without attention, such preparation I have ever sold or used Surplus Fund that he is a prohibitionist and a Bap 15,000 poking jokes at Kcntuckians is grow and I can't say too much in its praise."' J. C Brown, of Shelbyville, is the pruning, watering etc., a tree will die tist. He appears to be great on watc ing exceedingly monotonous. The guest of relatives here. Mr. and Mrs.. nine cases out of ten. 'ihose who L. M. Kennon, Merchant, Odell, Ga. BUSINESS SOLICITED. way to stop these fellows is to quit J. F. Cummins, of Stanford, visited know say much interest has been lm Stormes' Drug Store. S. C. P. Jones, Milesburg. Pa., writes Careful and Prompt Attention G uaraateed "asking them up." When a fellow awakened in this section and in the their uncle, W. T. Pherigo, Sunday. twits a Kentuckian about his drink Mrs. E. J. Mobirley and Miss Myrtle future both time and money will be "I have used DeWitt's Little Early ing proclivity it's a sure sign he wants Moberley, were the guests of the fam spent .on fruit trees. Messrs. Ilincs Rises ever since they were introducd J. M. HieoiKEOTHAX President AU-- WOMEN here and must say I have never used the Corncraeker to set 'em up. has demonstrated' ten thousand ily of A. T. Moberley the latter part anl Hale represent a good house and any pills in my family during forty Should know that tho Lxwis Y. Lxavjcll...-- . times that ft is almost infallible if you want trees, see them before they "Old U'lnio" Remedy, of the week. Miss Addie Burnside, of years of house keeping that gave such B. . Hudson Cashier Ir makes one's soul rejoice to see your city, ana Miss busie Liontr, oi leave. FOR WOMAN'S ' satisfactory results as a laxative the manner in which the Northern CottonsLurg, were the guests of the W. O. BiaxxT Assistant tasti'r Contest at Stanford. PECULIAR cathartic." Stormes' Drug Store, lm and Southern people have laid aside Misses Hardin, last week. Miss Nora Bookkeeper O.D. WaIKkr l The most briliant entertainment their familj quarrel and united in the Saunders visited Miss Lillie Warner, WEAKNESSES, ever given in the state will be that of Of course PAINT LICK. defense of their country. DIRECTORS and attended preaching at Antioch, Irregularities and derangements. d idiots Sunday. Miss Bertha Burnside was the Fourth Annual Elocutionary Con there are a few J. HI09INBOTHAM, Lxwia Y.Lxavxix, It has become the leading, remedy test at Stanford June 17, in which ten Mr. Calvin Galloway has accepted who blow off their mouths occasional for this class of troubles. It exerts by Miss Minnie Pherigo young ladies, each a star in the art of T.M.ARNOLD, J. 8. Johnson, a wonderfully healing, strengthenclerkship with Wallace & Co. ly and make cutting remarks, but the entertained ing and soothing influence upon the latter part of last week. Mr. and elocution, will participate, as follows H. c. Abnold, Jk. B.F. Hudson. babblings of such contemptible bsings It cures the menstrual organs. E. L. Woods shipped a car load of Mrs. Kirby Grimes, of Kirksville, have Danville Miss Lillie Roberts, sub ' uouiaiuui AUX. GIBBS, J. J.WAXJCXJt should go unnoticel. From a close 3It stops flooding an4 relieves sup b?en visiting Mr. and Mrs. Davis Sut- iect, "The Riyals;" Lexington, Miss hogs last week, for which he paid Jacob Y. RoBinaonf observation and investigation we have per lb. ton. Miss Sallie Pollard, of Danville, Maude C Gibbens "Appomattox;" Lan cents learned that the soldier," who, today There is a splendid opening here for is the guest of the Misses Naylor. R. caster, Miss Lillie Leavell, "St Cecil makes the bitterest speech and says 1493' Miss Lallie, arc lia;" Lebanon, Miss Julia Howard a crood barber. Barbers, where are meanest things was never engag L. Warner and sister, the THIS Is tho best forPeasaleTroablcs. Corrects all spending this week in Lexington. Miss 'How Salvator Won;" Cincinnati, Miss, you, and where have you been? in a battle, but always occupied ed Irremlnrltloe In Female orirans. Should be Nannie Gaines, of your city, was the Hallie Hopper Kirtley, "The confess you want to do a lucrative business taken for Chaate of Life and before safe position in the rear. Those who guest Planters "OW Time" Reaedics nave stooutne of Miss Annie Yantis, the latter ional;" Stanford, Miss Lucille Menefce come to Paint Lick. NATI ONAL B AH K test for twenty years. fought in the thickest of the fray have part of last week. Miss Everee Burn (subject not selected); Louisville; Miss The proceeds of the supper at Wal Made only by New Spencer Medicine Ca, Ch&t- long since quit talking about the war UlUUUgU, side, of Point LeavelL visited Miss Helen Lee Brooks, (subject not sent nnttn. last week amounted to 30.- - This between the states. CAPITAL j SURPLUS. -- Of Willie Belle Burnside, last week. in); Hustonville, Miss Angie Carpenter, will be used towards purchasing an $65,000.00. $300,000.00 For sale by It. E. McRobert', Lancaster organ. "Where's Annette?" Mt. Vernon, Miss The Rrownwell Bill to increase let LANCASTER, KY. Bad management keeps more people 84, died Mr. narry Burnam, aged ter postage from two to three cants in poor circumstances than any other Ida Mav Adams, "Hager," Caldwell pressed and painfnl menstraatloaf Tuesday morning of paralysis, at the which was introduced several weeks one cause. To be successful one must College, Miss Mary Hackley, "The O For Change of Life it is the best Everything new ani iesiraWe in ago as a war revenue measure is still look ahead and plan ahead so that Surgeon's Story." Judge Ben F. Roach residence of his grand daughter, Mrs. medicine made. It is beneficial during pregnancy, and helps to A. R.Dinnt. President. will be one of the three Judges. Judg John Reid. Ho leaves a valuable es before the Committee on bring children into homes barren when a favorable opportunity pre R. G. Williams, of Mt Vernon, chair tate. for .years. It invigorates, stimuJno. E. Stormes. Vice President. and Tost Roads. The bill has never sents itself he is ready to take advan strengthens the whole sysAND lates, SPRING man. The ushers are Messrs L. O. yet been considered, andin the opin tage of WX.H.Kinnaibd, Cashier. tem. This great remedy is offered it A little forethought will Singleton, Turnersville; Tilden Cook, It is to be hoped that we will soon to all afflicted women. Why will ion of Chairman Loud it will never be also save much expense and valuable Dinville: John Hale. Somerset; Rich have a bank at this place. There any woman suffer another minute J. F. Robinson. Jk, 8. C.Dxnrt, SUMMER state for with certain relief within reach t reported to the Ilousc, at least so far time. A prudent and careful man will ard M. Newland. Forest McClay. Lo not a better opening in the Wine of Cardul only costs $1.00 per Assistant Cash'r. as this session is concerned. It is hop- keen a bottle oi Chamberlain's Lone, gan Hughes, John Ray, Stanford; Will one. The merchants and citizens of bottle at your drug store. MILLINERY Mr. carpenter, R. T. Embbt Ass't ed that the officials will find other Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the Embry, Lancaster; ana Waters & Men- - the entire community heartily endorse Tor advice, tn taut rtquhina rptcial house, the shiftless fellow will wait Hustonville. Beazley, addrtu, rfrina tymptrmt. the "LaOlri' methods of raising funds and let the until necessity compels it and then efee are the managers. The Opera the movement Advdorg Department," Tht Chattanooga DIRECTORS , Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. two-cerate stand. Two cents is AT REASONABLE PRICES. ruin his best horse going for a doctor House will seat abont 600 and on these Marble playing is all the "fad" with iiretty stiff price, especially when it and have a bier doctor bill to pay, be occasions it is always crowded. Sam'l. D. Cochran, Jaa Spllssaa, place now From lev. 1. W. SMITH, Canton, S. C. tayt: the loa'ers of this "My Ma M4 Win 0! Cardul at bean sides: one pays out 25 cents, the other A. C. Robinson. sometimes takes three days to get Alex. R. Deamy. far fawnf of the vena ana H esUretj COME AND SEE US. won is out a hundred dollars CUBAN OIL curse early morn 'til close of day, the lazy seventy-fiv- e or a hundred miles. dars whv his neighbor is and then rich letter cnri Mr." W. R. CookJJpTI. Davidson, getting HWIVl vCuts, Burns, Bruises, Bheu loafer is playing away. If anything is added let it be applied er while he is getting poorer. For Jbo. X. Stormes, Deputy Marshal W. T. Short, cap- natism and Sores. Price, 25 cento lm. to securing a competent force in the sale by R- - E. McRoberts. S. E Parker, Sharon, Wis., lepar,tmcnt: More Local. AIOE Sympathetic fjtf$&ata$ PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH Mastic Mized Paint. THE BEST BRANDS OF "HTliitelinl an! Oil. We are Glad to Sell Either. McRDBERTS DRUG STORE. :ocooooxoo: Lillard DAHTVXX.Z.E, 6: Siouz, I.eadihg)ruggists?j Stationery, Faints, Oils, Etc. :- KENTUCKY. tl,J-.,O- Danville, Ky. CALDWELL PLEASURE h I LANIER well-earne- d OlXjL oust TJRXJIVKS WE WANT LET SEE WHAT WE HAVE. tjs. andVALISES. SEE YOU first-clas- 4 Whether You Buy Or Not oooox j W. H. LACKEY s " " i in-j- u y I I finger-length- DENTIST. cork-scre- WinMui F-- rattle-braine- 1- -- 3 i A I'UUCSUMJU. Post-offic- .Book-keepe- dtrtc-tio- ilcd-ie- tn IMsam Mii Sallie Tillett. - r WE JJU jJPr YOU T AT PHI OES LOWEH THAW EWEB SUITS made to order. Suits Cleaned and Pressed for $1 COUNTRY Dewey Wash Suits traw Hats Carved Right in SHOES, Best Values in Market. for Children at $1.50. Men's Crash Suits $3. .50, Including Expressage Both Ways. J. L. Frohman NOW XM.AJLY fox-- THE Telephone 136, GLOBE &Ccx, Millinery. and Jennie Kavanaugh, of Point Leavell, are visiting friends in Danville this week. It is believed by some that Miss Rebecca Williams of Hyattsvillc makes the prettiest dresses, and does more business than any mantua-makc- r 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 Cumberland Falls to recuperate for a few days. Miss Isabelle Bailc3", of Stanford, has been the lovely guest of Miss Jennie Lackey. Miss Mary Leavell, of Bryantsville, is the guest of the family of Eld. Jesse Walden. A good many young Boyle count3T friends of Rev. Henry Faulconer attended the wedding. There were so many that it was impossible to get their names. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Huffman, Miss Pearl Burnside, oi Stanford, Mrs. Chas. Glass, Mrs. Hannah Scott, Mrs. Hugh Sjott and Miss L11C3' Scott, ot Nieholasvilie, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Dunn, Bryantsville, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Danville attended the wedding. Manse, Ful-couer, Fau'.co-ncr-Maso- n 1 fc S. 3CX Danville, Ky. IEHD FACTS. evL Fiiiilconcr-Miiao- n. J3TJIFO. One of the prettiest weddings which 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. MRS. FRfDAT, MOODDY CENTRAL RECORD. June, lO, 1 80S. Hon. Goo. T. Farris was home Sun- day. Miss Poarl Hill has returned from a visit to Stanford. Eld Oowcn X'isited his old home in Tennessee last week. Mr. V. K. S'.iuars audi wife, of were here this week. Mrs. Gains, of Frankfort, has been visiting' relatives in this city.. Miss Jennie IlurnsMe has returned from a v'.sit to Lonvr Garrard. Miss Carrie Currey has returned from a pleasant vkit 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 take charge at Dripping Springs. Mrs. Eliziheth Mason is at home from a visit to her sister at Nicliolas-vill- e. Miss Nell Marrs and Mr. Robert West visited Nicholasvillc friends Sunday. MKs 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 Lancaster Hotel. L'ttle Miss Laura Ilirght Doty, of Lexington, is visiting her aunt, Miss Lena llright. Mrs. W. M. Rogle, of Owcnsboro, is the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Wherritt Messers Frank Mir!csbury and Fred Frisbie attended the hop in Danville Friday evening. Little Miss Hester Patton, of is visiting Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett. Misses Allie Dunn and Dix'e Ke'mper, of Lower Garrar l, have ben visiting Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. Miss Allie Brown, of Louisville, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Breathitt Brown. Misses Annie lVrkins and Sallie Herring, of Marksbury, are visiting Miss Gcorgie Henry. Adjutant General D. IL Collier was at home Sunday, but returned Jo Lexington the same day. Miss Lctitia Brown, of Lexington, is the guest of her uncles, Messers W. S. and Richard Beazlcv. Prof. J. J. Rucker, of Georgetown College, visited a number of his former pupils here last Sunday. e, troubled witli his injured foot. The trouble is only slight. Mr. Joe S. Haselden, a young Lancaster lawyer, who bids fair to make his mark, has gone toClarksville, Tenn. to look over the gronni1 with a view of locating. Miss Mary Gill, returned Tuesday from the Oxford, Ohio, seminary. She was accompanied by her friend, Miss Stevenson, of Indiana, who will make her a visit. Judge N. Sandifer has been visiting Lancaster friends for several days. Although in his Slst year, Juiigc Sandifer ivtains good health and is quite strong and active. Mrs. R. E. McRoberts entertained at a dinner Tuesday the following youug ladies: Misses Sallie and Mattie Eikin, Bessie Bnrnsido, Lctitia Brown, of Lexington, and Mary Eikin, of Stanford. Tili: Recoiii) has received an invitation to commencement exercises of the Lexington state College and the program bars the name of Mr. Milton Elliott Jr. who is well and favorably known in Lancaster. The younger society folks enjoyed a boat ri;!e on the lalci at the Pilgrimage distillery last Friday evening. They were chaparoned by Misses Mary Miller, Mae Hughes and Messers G. B Swincbroad and Chas. Frisbie. The following from a distance at wedding: Mr. tended the and Mrs. Will Grimes, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Paxton, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ilock- er, Dick Denny and sister, of Stanfoi-d- , Mr. Everett Farra and wife, Mrs. Thompson, of Lexington. Lancaster friends extend congratu lations to Hon. 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 partner o'er the rough sea of life. Farra-Denny has ever taken place in Lancaster Nas that of Rev. Henry Faulconer and Miss Margaret Mason, which was solem nized at the Presbyterian chu ch Wednesday evening. Long before the appointed hour the large room was packed almost to suffocation by friends of the couple. The decorations, which were arranged under the skillful hand of Mrs D. M. Lackey, were elaborate in eycry detail. On the pulpit was a palm about eight foet high, undjr which was a solid bank of evergreens, The arches were arranged in regular- ty and wjre covered with pretty magnolias and green foliage. O.i the center arch was suspended a beauti ful marriage bell of pink and white roses. Little Pimples Turn to Cancer. Cancer often results from an impurity in the blood, inherited from generations back. Few people are entirely free from some taint in the blood, and it is impossible to tell when it will break out in the form of dreaded Cancer. What has appeared to be a mere pimple or scratch has developed into the most malignant Cancer. "I had a severe Cancer which was at first One Minute is not long, yet relief is obtained in half that time by the use of One Minuto Cough Cure. It pre- vents consumption and quickty euros croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, la grippe and all throat and lung troubles. Stormcs' Drug Store, lm colds, Denny 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 fencj rail all day to listen to a circus band. Hon. Hugh L. Mason and wife, came (bwn from Chicago to attend the wedding. Mr. Mason is one of the leading lawyers of the Windy Citj and enjoys a lucrative practice. He and his charming wife frequently make visits to their old Kentucky home, and their coming is always a source of great pleasure to a legion of friends and adinir- Faulconer-Maso- n Misses Eugenia Bush and Maggie Tomlinsou have returned from a visit to Mrs. Eugene Berkelc, at Bryants-vill- a Misses Marriannie Wilmore and Mary Welsh, of Nicholasville, hava been the charming guests of Mr Jno. E. Stormcs. Misses Lynn Letcher and Bcttie John- ton, two charming Henderson young ladies are visiting the family of Wm. J. Mason. The bridal party of tho wedding were entertained Tuesday evening at a Delft Tea by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mason. Mason-Falcon- 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 stated in The Rkcokd, but it is baiieved he is now gaining ground. Substantial and genuine gentlemen of Dr. Logan's type arc few in these days of greed and rascality, and that he may be spared many more years of health and usefulness is the earnest prayer of all who enjoy his acquaintance. 01 1 5k Lancaster friends will regret' to learn that Capt W. J. Kinnaird is again A Uiattsville friend sends the following personals: Miss Susie Early who has been visiting at Jas. Burnside for some time, returned to her home in Columbus, Mississippi, last week. Miss Hoge, A. R. Doty's teacher left for her homo in Virginia last Tuesday She is an excellent lady anil her many friends would be glad to see her come back to Kentucky. Miss Myrtti Sanders, of TdcCreary, was tho guest of Miss Annie Williams several days last Dorcas Lea veil, of week. Misses Farra. 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 tiie Christian church at 10:'20 o'clock Tuesday morning. The church was beautifully decorated with palms, ferns and white lillies. '1 he party arrived promptly on time and entered the church to the strains of Mendelssohn's sweet wedding march, which was delightfully played by Miss May Hughes. Tho attendants, 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 A pretty the left. was Rev. formed, facing the audience. Henry Faulconer said the ceremony, during which Miss Hughes played "Call me thine own". The ceremony over, the entire part- - left the church by the right aisle, the bride and groom followed by Misses Brown and Elkin together, Messrs Logan and Lear following. The briJe was attired in a har.dsome steel gray traveling suit with hat to match, and carried a boquet of bride roses. Miss Brown wore a gray suit, purple hat, and carried pink roses Miss Elkin had on a green tailor-mad- e suit, white hat, and carried pink roses. The gentlemen wore the conventional black suits, with brown kid gloves. The bride is the only daughter of Mrs. Fannie M. B'arra, and is widely connected in this and Fayette counties She is handsome, attractive and energetic She possesses a lovely disposition 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 fourteen years. He is an excellent business man, and we have frequently heard directors and patrons of the Roasters Free! bank say he is one of the best and Get One of most reliable officers they ever saw. He is a quiet young fellow, but when Call at my store and we will exone knows him and is thrown with him, you are certain to form a warm plain. friendship and admiration for him. I am still in the lead with The Record extends it's heartiest congratulations to this happy pair, and GOODS. wishes them a voyago which will be totally devoid of the many rough waves which line the pathway of life. Mr. and Mrs. Danny left at once for Goods are all fresh. I can please an extended trip to Eastern cities, Boston, Washington, Philadelphia aud all. Old Point Comfort being among the number. LANGDON'S BREAD DAILY. sem-icirc- The party arrived abjut 9 o'clock and entered to the strains of Mendelssohn's wedding inarch. First came little Katie Lee Djnnj' 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 aivhes on either side of the pulpit. The maid of honor, Miss Lyno Letcher, of Henderson, and attendants, Misses Bettie Johnston, of Henderson, Pearl Fau'coner, Danville, and Annie Fran cis, Lancaster, entered the church by the right aisle, the ushers, M s xs Pleasant F.iulconcr, Danville, Rev. J. L. McWllliams, of Ohio, Herbert Kinnaird, Saulljy Hughes and Owen Shu- gars coming in by tho left. 'I he bride entered, leaninsr upon the arm of her father, the groom and best man coming from an cntrancj near the altar. The party crossed over and formed a half circle facing the audience. D. J. Lapsley McKee said a beautiful ceremony, uniting the two happy hearts. The bridal party left the church, pro ceeded by the two little girls Katie L;e and Kittie Mason. 'lhe bride is the eldest daughter of Hon. W. B. Mason and is just entering her seventeenth year. She is a brunette, anl considered by all to be one of Lancaster's prettiest girls. She possesses a sweet and lovely disposition, 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. 'J he groom came to Lancaster as pastor of the Presbyterian 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 headful of sound, cotnmon sense, and older ministers predict that he will eventually rank with the foremost preachers of thei country. He was born and reared in Boyle count', but.Lancaster people are as closely attached 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 handsome and useful presents were received by the young couple. Tuey will only a few blotches, that I thought would soon pass away. I was treated by several able physicians, but in spi'te of their efforts the until my condition boeameularminjr. After many months ol treatment and growing steadily worse. I de- - 50c to $2.50 per pair. New line ladies slippers just received, from line of Clothing. 50 jer cent Ieclixctioii. voill I dress close voool goods az cided to try S. S. S. recommended. The first bottle produced an improvement. I continued the medicine, and in four months the last litTen vears have clunscd. aud not a sigu of the disease has returned." R. K. Williams. Gillsburg, Miss. It is dangerous to experiment with Cancer. The disease is beyond the skill of physicians. S. S. S. is the only cure, because it is the only remedy which goes deep enough to reach Cancer. Call and inspect my tle scab dropped off. "TERMS CASH. f J. W. SWEENEY. For the speedy anil permanent enre of tetter, salt rheum aud eczema, Cham- S.S.S.Blood (Swift's Specific) is the only blood remedy guaranteed Purely Vegetable. All others contain potash and mercury, the most dangerous of minerals. Books on Cancer and blood diseases mailed free by Swift Specilic Company, Atlanta, Georgia. PHAETO IS. &mn iJiseases. Buggies, Surries asl ROADWAGONS. berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal. It relieves the itching and smarting almost instantly anl its continued n.--e effects a permanent enre. It also cures itch, barber's itch, scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and granulated lids. Dr. Catly's Condition Powders for horses are the best tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. Price, 23 cents. Soldby IL li JIcKoleits, Druggist, Lancaster One fare for round trip to Lexington, account the League American Wheelmen Meeting, June 2t)th and 21st, from all points in Kentucky, Queen fc Cresto recent Route. Good to June turn, llicycles Handled Free. return S .turday. c a beautiful dress of The w lite orgindj, trimmed with Valenciennes lace, insertion, satin ribbon sash and brklal veil. She carried white carnations with lillies of the valley. The bride's miid and attendants wore handsome organdies, tr'm-mewith pink ribbons, and e rried pink carnations. The organ aud musicians were stationed in the gallery. Previous to the arrival of the party Miss Isabella Bailey, of Stanford, rendered two beautiful selections on the violin. Miss Bailey's solos were charming and we heard many compliments upon her playing. Miss Chastine MacGreg-orf'o- f Louisville, sang a solo, "Kathleen Mavourneen." Lancaster people are too well acquainted with this lovely little lady's ability for us to attempt a description of her singing, aud they always look forward with great pleasure to an opportunity of hearing her s weet voice. Miss May Hughes played the accompaniments for the solos The wedding ma ches were played by Miss Baily and Mrs. Kichard A. Burnside. We have on our floor two car loads of the finest aud most complete line of PHAETONS, BUGGIES, J NEW LIVERY, 3' j ft St O ADWA wm j ana J I have purchased the jc Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the ifc C O ITS 1 Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given j Travelers. S Commercial ever shown in Lancaster. Our prices are lower than can be found anywhere. Our guarantee is better. We can save you from RICE BENGE. 5 to $25.00 nBEiilJjH JPAKE SPRINGFIELD Late to bed and early to rise, pre- on any vehicle you buy. pares a man for his home in the skies. We also have a complete line of Early to bed and a Little Early Riser, the pill that makes life longer and Harness we are'oflering exceedingbetter and wiser. Stormes' Drug ly low. Store. lm MT. HEBRON A us. and trouble to show goods. Come see No FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK. CO ; tee BEST LOWEST PRICES. Mr. Antbon, Iowa, says; "I have used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera at.d Diarrhoea Remedy in ray family for fif. t Jen years, have recommended it i o hundreds of others, and have never known it to fail in a single instance For sale by R, E. McRoberts lm, John Bevins, editor of the Press. PLEASE GIVE TRIAL. US A - 1 1 mm. nice shower of rain would be very W. Carriap Co., J. much appreciated in this section. LANCASTER, KY. E. D. Lawson sold some corn to Mrs. Boner at S2.25. Mr. Joseph Hicks sold a calf to Jeff R. KINNAIRD'S Dunn at S"3. Miss Ida Duncan closed a school at this place last Friday. Miss Lsna Rogers is the charming Repzesentinz Over guest of Miss Edna Scott. Miss Una -Montgomery spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives here. Mrs. Mabel Allen, of Lexington, is visiting her In the following Fire Insurance iather-in-laMr. Wm. Allen. Miss Companies Linnie Ham, of Jessamine, is the Miss pleasant guest of her cousin, JStaa of Hartford. Belle Allen. Qneea of America. The people of this neighborhood National of llartfbrt. wero greatly shocked last Thursday evening. Mr. E I Clonse shot Air. . Pheaix of JBrooklja. been H. Tracy. They had always good friends, and bjth men were liked llartford of Hartford. one. The trouble came up by every over a very small matter and the shot Manchester of Eaglaad. which proved fatal, was fired through a moment of passion. The ball enterCoBBecticat of Hartford. ed Mr. Tracy's leftside and lodged in North British aiid Merchaatile. his right side, he suffered intensely until his death, Saturday at 1 p. m. Geraaa Americas of New York. He leaves a wi e and three little children to monrn his loss. The remains Liverpool and Leadoa aad tilefee. were placed in the Montgomery burying ground Sunday afternoon. I also represent the old reliable BOWS Robinson & Hamilton Agtsi Office ovet Tost Office. L .vcA.sr.:it. : : : Kentucky; Insurance Agency 357,000,000 KAIL ROAD TIME TABLKS. Queen & Crescent Koute. PASSES DANVILLE. NORTH BOUND. Number 10 (Daily except Sunday). ...6:09 a. m Number 6 (Daily except Sunday).... 1 :4.1 p. m 3:18 a.m. Number A (Daily) Flag 4:17p.m Number 2 (don't stop) SOUTH BOUND. .11:12 a. m. Number 1 (don't 9top) Number 5 ( Daily except Sunday). ...11:10 a. m. TuV p. m. Number 9 ( Dully except Sunday) Number 3 (Midnight flag) ll:p.m. South-b'nNorth-b'n- K. C. Branch. Mixed, passes Lancaster, Mixed, Pass'gr 11 35 a. x. " " 44 North-b'n- d " " 44 OP.X. Southb'cd " 2l.)c 12:29 a. u. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. All persons knowing themselves indebted to the estate of the late Dr.W. S. O'Neal will please call and settle with L. F. Hubble and greatly oblige me. M. Y. O'NEAL, Apr 23 3t rQlKrS in and Summer CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic, Neuralgia and Toothache fiTC minutes. Sour Stomach Price, 25 Cents. Complaints. New York Life Insurance COMPANY. Administratrix, I FARM AND STOCK NOTES. T 8 .. 5,000 bushels corn wanted. I will give one dollar and seventy' Ave cents per barrel for 1,000 barrels of corn delivered at the Pil- STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS. ! llakcr-IIuwn- grimage Distillery. Jno. W. Miller, Mgr. Hog cholera prevails in Mercer coun-t- Fituil V.'etlm. Kv., II. C. Walker, of Grady ville, Ky., Ins sold a pair of mules for 1.!). Cut worms arc playing havoc with to'.iaco beds in somi parts of the State. The Journal says about of the tobacco crop has been planted in one-thir- d Jessamine. Attorney Clel Johnson, of Lancaster, this week sold 830 acres of timber land up Rockcastle river to Dan Murn phy, the lumberman, and other parties. Livingston Colonel. To remove white spots on varnished furniture, dip a soft flannel in spirits of wine and rub tho spots well. Afterwards repDlish the furniture with a 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 s for a half pail of water. According to Colman's Rural World, the government has paid out in St Ljuis in the last four years 52,500,000 for supplies and that a large proportion of it was product of the farm.- The more you let a turkey alone after it is big enough to hunt, the better 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 htatc. The bull is one of the 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 S9th, were bales, exported from the following countries: France, 0,520 bales; Holland, 0,213 bales; Belgium, COO bales; and the United States 13,030 bales. llay Trade Journal. Mr. P. Ketcham of Pike City, CaL, says: "During my brother's late sick ness from sciatic rheumatism, Cham bcrlain's Pain Ifalm was the only rem' ety that gave him any relief." Many others have testified to the prompt relief from pain which this liniment af fords. For sale by IL E. McRobertE. A field of beans will often pay more net profit than one of grain, if the ground Is well supplied with phosphates. 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 halm, though it may be wiser to plow it under. The Lexington Stock Farm says the fine weather of the past two weeks lias had a good effect on the horse market. Prices remain unchanged, but the demand is a little stronger for hc better class of stock. Dealers all report the private sale business as nourishing. The war has had the ef fect 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 consid orable supply of sheep received during the next few months. During recent years Texas sheep have gone in freelj at this season but Texas breeders are not inclined to sell off any stock that promises to make profitable return cither in wool production or as breed ing stock. The in reviewing the wheat situation, says: "With regard 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 world's reserves are com pletely exhausted. The European de mand has increased, the exports of wheat and flour 4,030,000 bushels for well-knowsuf-tSa28,-3Courier-Journal, Another killing in the feud ocin this connty. Tom Baker curred met Bev. White on the road and shot him, killing him instantly. White belonged to the Howard side. Trouble between the factions broke out several weeks a?o, and within the past ten days two killiug-- have occurred. PiXEVii.i.E, Ky., June 0. The Bakcr- Iloward feud is raging in Clay eount3. LilhC Baker was killed Friday night. James OarrarJ lied to Middlesboro. Jiulije Brown will not bo allowed to hold court on Monday. It is said that Uov. Bradlev has been solicited for troops to protect the court, but ha? none to send. Six men have been killed in the past ten days. MAXCiiKSTi:it, 6. Bakjr-lloward June labors and adjourned Saturday. It fixed the total value of all property in This is SV the state nt 552,877,007. 57,000 mere than the equalized value fixed iy the Voard last year, and less than that fixed in IS'JiJ. The asse.sbors this year fixed the value at 8531,034,000, hence the board's work Got There by Frciiflif. increased the value over twenty mil Lexington. Ky., June 4. Gov. Bradlions. The state's revenue this year will amount to 52.002,003, besides fran- ley missed the regular passenger train chise taxes, railroad taxes, liquor li0 Lexington Friday, and, in order to censes, etc., which will easily amount et hire and present the officers of the '.wo cavalry troops, which leave Satur-lato another million. with their commissions; he rode a Shot l!y His Bowling Green, Kv., June 3. News reight train, spending three hours on trip which is made by passenger reached the citj-- Thursday of the killing of J ml son Bratchcr 03- - his brother-- rains in les than one. He arrived and covered with eind r Lugcue Wade, at Logansport, nted the Butler county. Bratcher and his wife ind s ot However, he had not got along well and she left commissions and made a happy speech. him, going to her father's. Bratcher Peter PuyiiH Captured. went there to see her when a quarrel HorKiNM'ii.i.E, Ky.. June 0. Peter ensued, and Eugene Wade Hhot and Payne, who is wanted in Metcalf coun-t- 3 The killed Bratcher with a shotgun. for the murder of a relative, whom men are prominent in Butlor county. ne stabbed to death several weeks ago, Wade has been released on bond and was arrested near this eity by Sheriff his trial takes place Friday. Youp, of Meteilf connty, and taken Pur Dijrninc n Jlomt to Edmonton for trial. Ha made his Eminence, Ky., June 4. Bud Peali- - .scapo after the kiljing and was only lns was arrested here Friday ty Chief located' near here several days ago. ol Police J. A. Morris, charged with He broke down and wept bitterly when the burning of the houso of Jamo Arrested. EtheWdge at Bald Knobs, Franklin Found Dead on tiie Tract. several months a?o. Dakins Lexington, Ky., Juno 3. John Hay-dois a son of William Dcakins and was member of Battery B, Louisville born and raised iu thU county. He legion, and who was rejected by the was taken to Frankfort Satnrduy. surgeons Wednesday, was found dead Kf emits lit Itirwllns tJrei-n- . Thursdaj- - morning on tlw L. & N. Iknvusro Gukex, Ky., June S. track, near her, with his bod3 cut in Lieut irchon Wright enlisted eeven twain. Ho was furnished transportamen in the cuvnlrv Rerv.ee ot the tion homo and it is supposed by other United States army here. Lieut John- members of tho legion and by CoL ston recruited four Negroes, and left Castle mau that he suicided. Wednesday night Lieut. Wright will Colored Cavulryrarn. remain here a daj or two, and then go Hoimcinsville, .Ivy., June C. Lieut to Hopkinsville where a number of apJohnson, of tho 10th cnvalr3 who has plicants are awaiting him securbeen iu this eit3" for several d Clxmifr Argument Mncle. ing colored recruits for his regiment, Ky., June 4. Senator left here for Padueah, whore ho will Gocbcl. for the new comniisMoners, continue his labor of receiving reJustice Holt, for present cruits. He has enlisted over thirty and state officials, made the concluding ar- men here, who left for Fort McPhcr-soguments in the prison commission case near Atlanta, where they will be Friday, and it was submitted. There mustered it. was a big crowd in attendance, most Earthquake Shocks at Paris. .r of whom are applicants for places Paris, Ky., June 7. An earthquake the new commission. shock of several moments' duration Tribute to Unknown Dead. morndistinctly Louisville, Ky., June 3. Col. Ben- was between 2 felt here Monday Several ing and 3 o'clock. nett H. Young will head a delegation persons sa3' the shock threw them from of Louisville confederates who will go to Camp Chase, Columbus, O.. to dec- their beds. MiLLEitsnuno, K3'., June 7. A heavy orate the graves of the confederate dead buried there. Of the 15S Ken earthquake shock was felt here at 3 who sleep at Camp Chase all a.' m. Many persons left their houses. save one are unknown. Col. Young 31ist Pauline Hardin, Librarian. will deliver an address. Frankfort, K3, June 7. Miss PaulDeputy Warden of the Frankfort PriHon. ine Helm Hardin, of Covington, was Frankfort, Ky., June 4. If the sworn in and assumed the duties of prison commission shall be sustained state librarian Monday. She was electit is now asserted positively that Ed ed b3' the legislature last Januar3r. AsMeUrath, of Covington, will be deputy sistant Librarian Willis, of Augusta, warden of the Frankfort prison. Me- was succeeded by F. It. Kavanaugh, a Urath was formerly a guard here in young newspaper man. the prison. He is now an employe of the Covington water works depart- Cavalry Heine Raised in IJoone Connty. Fkankfort, Ky., June 7. A cavalry ment company is being formed in Boone Fouuit Dead iu Hotel. riders are ready Ky., June 3. At 4 count3'. Ninety-twHenderson. o'eloc-Thursday afternoon Joshua to go to the front. A number of MorWhitemarsh was found dead in his gan's famous command came from room at Hotel Henderson. He was a Boone count3 traveling man and represented a nail Prize Declamatory Contest. company at Boston, Mass. The corRichmond, Ky., June 7. Payton oner's verdict was that he came to his Adams won the prize, a gold medal, in death from natural causes. the declamatory contest held here Posey UaU'tf Slayer Held. Monday between speakers of the pre nKxnr.RsoN, Ky., June 4. The ex- paratory department of Central uni- amining trial of Homer Taylor, who versit3 shot and killed Posey 1). Ball on SaturMeteors In D.tylight. week. day last near Scullletown, was held the Owingsville, Kj, June 7. Meteors before the count' judge. Some six or have been falling in daylight in differA tobacco buyer says: "There issim ply no tobacco left in the country. I eight witnesses were examined. The ent sections of this count3'. At least court held that the evidence did not three have been seen in the last few do not believe there is more than 25 show days. per cent on hand, as compared with Fatally Kicked by a Horse. The CJ. A. It. Pout Attended. this time last year. Farmers are look l, Frankfort, Ky., June 7. Sid. Lexington, Ky., June 4. The decoing for high prices, and when the ration of the graves of the confederate a farmer of the Switzcr neighborweed grades up I think it will fetch dead in the Lix'i ngton cemetery took hood, was kicked by a horse and died the best prices of the year, within the place Friday. A feature of the exer- Sunday night. next month. The coming crop will cises was the presence of the E. L. Potmagter at HarrocNbnr;. Washington. June 7. President Mc-be large, and if the season is favor a Dudley post, G. A. R., which accepted C. V. A. to Kinley Mondays sent the name of Jas. Lie, we will have a boom in tobacco the kind invitation of the A. Tomlinson to be postmaster at Ilar- that will astonish some people. Jes join with tliem.. rodsburg, K3'. Prom'uent Woman's sudden Death. saminc Journal. y, JSrotliiT-in-lViir. 1 33-8 un-dis o Kentucky Property V;tluo. Frankfort, Ky., June 4. The state board of equalization has concluded its Lexington, Ky.. June 8. The Kentucky Trotting Hor?:e Breeders" pursss closed with the largest entry list in its hitor3'. Total number of entries for 12 purses (with siveral distant points to hear from) is 530, disJ? tributed as follows: Futurity for 53; futurity for 2:13 trotters, 74; Transylvania, "2; the Ashland, 2:11 trotters, 2.1; the Desperate Men Itreuk .(:ii. Catlkti MtuitG. Ky., June 7. Four Tennessee, 2:00 pacers, 31: the Walnut prisoners confined in the county jail hall cup, 2:17 trotters, 51; the blue fiere, three for murder and one for grass, 2:10 trotters, 52; the Johnson, robberv, succeeded in breaking out 2:24 trotters. 30; the west, 2:J0 trotters, trotJailer (53; the Kentucky, Mondav moriiinc at 4 o'clock. Hurd heard thein working and went ters, 43; the Lexinjrton, He was knocked down, trotters, 32; the Wilson, 2:20 pacers, iown to se . Irayged into a cell and lock, d in. The 5:10. Will Ui) to Chtc!(amau;a. arisoner.s are Jay Drawn. Charles Frankfort, Ky., June 8. Gov. BradMartin, who are charged with killing Lace Vinson; William Castle, held for ley sa-that final arrangements had rob- been made for himself and staff to go for nnrder, and J. Anderson, oeen eaugtu. a to Chickamauga. The governor will oery. ikone have yet large posse, with bloodhounds, are leave here on an earlj- - train Tuesday ifter them. It is believed here that and will join his staff at Lexington, where they will take special train for the rossc is close after one of y Chickamauga and will visit the Two ItattalioiiH Instead of a Keelment. soldiers and be the guests of the 15 o v. Brad- 7. Frankfort. Ky.. June 2d and 3d regiments now in encampey received d tailed orders from Uov. Bradley sa3s he does not ment. Alger .Monday night regarding know when the 1st regiment would Kentucky's quota under the move. ;all. The troops will bo comprised in .wo battalions instead of one regi- nent. Congressman Colson and Hon. David U. Murray will Ikj made majors Bradley and nstead of colonels. .1I1 staff will leave Tuesday morning "or Chielsamauga, where they go to visit Kentucky troops now in camp. s, three-year-ol- d s lu-l. Ken-tuckIrcc-r.ta- ry VOUWG TOBACCO". lit Ueiufc Destroyed by tlm Cut (Oweuaboro Mes;ngt-r.- Worm. IflTERESTINCi 1TEKS. You Are Going North, Are Going South, Going WAYNE M'VEAGII. (Ono of the Most Eminent Members of the a strong hail, wind and electric storm in this count j. Brack Small was killed Lj-- lightning four miles north of town. Iii the some neighborhood John Ford was tnking refnge in a barn wlen the building was destroyed b3' wind. M. Ford received injuries, which, it is believcM, will prove fatal. Both are agod men ami leave families. Lexington. Ky., June 8. The auditor's agent here brought suit Tuesda morning for six 3ear' franchise tax in behalf of the state and county against the national banks of Lexington, holding f(ur millions and a half of eapital stock. The suit is the result of a decision on franchise tax rendered in Cincinnati recently. Si Duvall, a prominent farmer of Switzcr, woe by a horse. Mr. Duvall had rekilled Six Years' Tax Suit. American fiar.) Two Near lJ.irclwell. Bahdwell, Ky., June 8. There was The few farmers' who have come to the city during the present week announce that a large par cent, of the to bacco crop has been painte 1, but that the ravages of the cut worm are quite severe, and several requested the Messenger to obtain, if possible, a success ful method for destroying the cut worm and to print it in the Messenger as it would ba a valuable piece infor mation 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 promising re sult as the poison bait It is known that the wor.n, as well as the adult moths, hava a liking for sweet sub stances and e attractoJ to them when placed in their vicinity. It is also known that the worms eat wheat bran with much relish. By combination, therefore, the bran with molasses or syrup made from sugar, we have an ideal bait, and they will eat it in pref erence to any thing else when it is available. By poisoning this material with paris green or arsenic, a good remed3', cheap and easy to apply is produced. The ingredients used for making the poison mash are as fol lows: Ulieat bran, 50 pounds; molasses (any kind), 2 quarts; pans green (good qualit3'), 1 pound; water (enough to make thicic mash). The bran should bo placed in an old tub or barrel, and to this the paris green should he audeu, and stirred thoroughly with a shovel or other im plement before the water or molasses is puured in. bur the molasses in about a gallon of warm water and pour it over the bran and paris green, thoroughly stirring until it is well mixed. 'I hen add enough water to make mash about the consistency of dough, so that it can be handled cast ly without running. The material having been prepared it is now ready to oe applied, and to do this successful several essentials are necessary as follows: After the drills are made a pinch of poison mash, about as much as one could hold on a tablespoon, should be dropped in the vioinit3 (not in the ex act place) of the spot where the plant will be set. This should be done from three to five days before the plants are put out. The application should b3 made in the afternoon, as near evening a? practicable; but where it is neoessary. In order to get over large areas, there I no objection to dropping it in at tune curing the daj Care should be taken to keep chickens, turkej's, or other animals of that would be liable to eat the mash, out of the field for a day or two or until after the tobacco is set a-- Ax elephant has nore than 000 mus cles in his trunk. Tun oldest university in the world ia El Ayhar atCairo. A IIaktfoiid man was fined 61,174.82 for selling liquor on Sunday. Tiik game of chess is taught iu all the Australian public schools. Steam has been found ver ellicaciou.i in extinguishing fires on ships loaded with cotton. In England less than a century ago it was not unusual for a man to sell his wife into servitude. A 1111.1. to prevent false and misleading advertising has been signed by Gov. Black, of New York. Thk roe of the codfish contains rnore latent living creatures than the whole human population of the globe. At sea level an ob'ect 100 feet high is visible a little over 13 miles, and if 150 feet high it is visible nearly 30 miles. Thk Siamese have a great horror of odd numbers, and were never known to put five, seven, nine or eleven windows in a house or temple. Tiikuk are annually killed in Africa a minimum of 05,000 elephants, yielding the production of a quantit3' of raw ivor3, the selling price of which ia S50,000. If You You If You Arc PURCHASE Mast - Are Going West; TICKETS VIA THE I i Louisville a Nashville R. R. AND SO SCCURS The Maximum of Safety, The Maximum of Speed, The Maximum of Comfort, The Minimum of Rates. will C. P. ATMORC, O. P. A.. Rates, Time and all other information be cheerfully furnished by Or by ally begun his long delayed and often abandoned autobiograpli3r when his illness compelled him to give up all literary work. Thk marine docks at Portsmouth, Eng., are the largest in the world, covering more than 300 acres and emplo3"-in- g some 10,000 men. Two of the largest docks are GOO feet long and S3 broad. A few days ago at Fiume, Eng., a large warehouse was burned down, raving been. a- was believed, struck Now our corrcipond-en- t by lightning telegraphs that the workmen, in clearing the place the oth-- morning, found a great meteoric which had buried itself in a deep pit Its weight is estimated at four tons. It i.i thought that the premises were avt tn fire by the glowing stone. r It appears that Gladstonce had actu- lOCTSVIIiB. KV. 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Amyone sending a sketch and description may probnbly patentable. Commnica-tion- i Invention utrlctly confidential. Handbook on I'ater.U patent". eentfrec Oldest agency for secunny Cu. recelvo Patents taken throuch Munn & tpteial notice, without charge. In the Trade Marks Designs Crpyrichts Ac. Vhh human skeleton, exclusjve teetli, eonski'tsof 'iOS bonus. ct cir-- ifl Aiandsomely lllnjtrated weekly. eolation of any scientlBa Ijmrna!. Terms. J.t a SrtU by all newsdealer. New York MUNN & CB.88,Broad Branca- - 0b&. 0S5 V St Wsfhisgtou. XL C Scientific American. Stmttiern Mutual at ant-kin- OF LEXINGTON, KY. "lsl. - Intat Co PLAN LIFE INSURANCE REVERSED. $97,000.00 Paid in Maturies. $36,000,00 Reserve and Surplus. Coupons Redeemed April, 1898. Same. AcMresa. Frankfort, K3, June a Killed by a Horse. turned from Frankfort, and was passing behind the animal when tlic lvocee kicked him, striking him on the hood. He lingered suveral hours. Dr. Duvall was a brother of Albert Duvall, of this city. Jealous Husband Uses a Razor. Vancerurg, Ky., June 8. Word was Tuesday morning from Orangebnrgthat Charles Ouffy had cut his wife's throat with a razor. Cause, jealousy. She will die. received In a declamatory contest between the speakers of the preparatory department of Central university, Payton Adams won the prize a gold medal. Won tho Medal. Richmond, Ky., June 8. Twice-a-Wee- k DEWEY'S SWORD. The Weapon to Be Presented to II!tn Will Be One of the Most Beautiful Kver manufactured. Washington, June 8. be presented to A dm. Dewey, under the act of congress providing for this spe- The sword to Kenncy, 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 days He said that the wheat was just now in bloom and that the hard rain had washed off the pollen which was nec essary to fructify the plant and pre duce the berry. We hope that he is mistaken, but as he is an observant farmer and nearly as old as we are, though not quite, he may have seen the present meteoric conditions before and noted the result Lexington Ga zette The jaw bone of a mule, ostensibly the animal killed, according to Capt General Blanco, by Admiral Sampson's guns iu the bombardment of Ma- tanzas, was received in the mail at the Navy Department the other day. On a tag attached to the bone was the ad dress: "Admiral Sampson, Navy Department, Washington, D. C." On the reverse side of the tag was this "While this weapon may be re garded 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 nd ivory. 11. mes-sage- John a prominent druggist of this place, died suddenly, aged about 85 years. Mrs. Wood was formerly of Owings-villKy., and was the daughter of Capt. Win Connor of that plac?. BAitnsTow.v, Ky., June 6. Mrs. MoT-li-e C. Wood, wife of Mr. David S.Wood, e, president and founder of the Fidelity Trust Co., died here Sunday afternoon of acute stomach trouble. Mr. Taggart was well known in financial circles throughout the .entire country, especially in the east Mrs. Scott for D. A. Louisville, June 6. After several week's illness, John D. Taggart K-., Death of John D. Tatrg-art- Lexington, cott, of Lexington, has been nominated by the Bryan Station and the Loxington Chapters of the Daughters of tlie American Revolution for the next state regent of Kentucky. Sullivan, charged with the murder of John Brandon, was arrested ten miles north of this city, near Perry's Spring, by Deputy Sheriff Wylle Jones, John Wilson and Marshal Towery. Sullivan is about 18 years of age. He was lodged in jaiL Fair, his alleged ac complice, surrendered to the authori ties. New Kentucky Pest OMce. Washington, June 2. A post office has been established at Crown, Letcher county, Ky., with John C, Brown as postmaster . It Regent. Ky., June 0. Mrs. M. T. Princeton, Flavins Sullivan Arrested. Kv., June 3. Flavius cial mark of distinction for his bravery at Manila, will be one of the most beautiful weapons ever made. Already the artistic ingenuit3 of the best swordmakers and jewelers of the coun-tr- 3 and indeed, of the entire world, has been excited and the nav3" department has more than 50 designs for this "Dewe3' sword." They arc marked b3' great beauty of design, some of the blades being wrought with figures emblematic of the famous battle 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, capstans, anchors, eto. Thus far the department has not taken up the matter selecting a design, of as the board for this purpose has not been named, it is likely to consist of Acting Secretary Allen, Senator Lodge, of Massachusetts, and one of? the pro fessors of the Annapolis naval acad emy. The same board will decide upon the design for the medals which" congress had provided as a mark of special distinction to all the officers and crews on the ships taking part in A6C8slnc Corporate Frai.chise. June 0. The State the battle of Manila. Frankfort, Board of Valuations and Assessment Spaniards Bepnlsed. composed of the auditor, treasurer and Manila, June 8. Last Wednesday secretarj' of state, has begun its work there was severe fighting on the road of assessing corporate franchises for between Cavite and Manila. The the present year. The reports ofmost Spaniards having sent 3,000 men to reof the water, electric light and other lieve their troops in Cavite province. companies that now concede them- A narrow defile on this road was selves subject to such a tax are in and held by the insurgents with it will not be long before the notices 500 men and four small field guns. begin to go out Earby Monday the rebels attacked and captured Imus, the principal interior Name of the Post Oftice Chanced. Washington, June 2. The name of town of Cavite province, taking 250 the post office at Shanty, Hart county, prisoners and four or five Krupp eight Ky., has been changed to Northtown. centimeter field guns and a large quan-tit- v of ammunition. Has Relatives in Covington. Louisville, K3., June 3. John E. The following West Virginia people Ua3'den, who was run over and killed were pensioned a few trays ago: Oriby a train at Lexington Thursday ginalJohn F. Wanless, Dilley's Mill, morning, was a feeder for the National S12. Original Widows, Etc. Cynthia Tobacco works, and went to Lexington A. Carter. Forks of Little Sandy, S3. with the legion. lie was unmarried and lived at 1515 Eighteenth street The deepest valley in the Gulf of The only relatives he had, as far as Mexico is na:nad "Sigsbec's Djcp," known, lived in Covington. after its discoverer, and the scientific name of Sigsbeia murrhinna is given Ordered tcT Report at Tampa. Lexington, Ky., June 6. Lieut to one of the rarest species of deep sea Nance, United States cavalry recruit- fauna. It was Sigsbee, too, who dis ing officer, has been ordered to close covered near the Morro, light many his office here and to report with his beautiful specimens of the pentacrini, detachment to Adjt Brooks at Tampa. or sea lilies, and who, while in com Blake, placed at the disamaNUBI AN TEA cares Dynpep--r mand of the of scientific, investigators w eia, Constipation and Indi- posalextensive collection of this the an first gestion. Ecgulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. cient genus. Thus has Capt Sigsbee associated his .name with the harbor of Havana, both by scientific investigations and by exhibition of the highest qualities of command. J AND CENTRAL L RECORD J II Nelson. BaltimotctMd George P. Hiiics, WInlleld, Tenu Covg!lI & Spencer, Lexington, Kj-Perry Cronthwalr, Lexington, Ky J. M. John Sfcaiu Lexington, Ky Margaret Johnson, LoniavlUe. Ky Mollie Simpson, Lexlugrou, Ky Dr. H. P. Cox, Harrotlsburg, Ky K. F. Johnson, Baltimore. Md Dr. V E Bannister, Lexington, Ky Ross & Harrington, Falmouth. Ky D B Good,'Lexiugtou, Ky Dr A P Taylor, Lexington. Ky M L Dowliug, Burgin, Ky John C Hedges, Lexington, Ky E S Rnrick, Nicholasville, Ky J H Baker, Lexington, Ly A J Taylor, Lexington, Ky George Copeland. Lexington, Ky Catherine Lang. Louisville, Ky L U Mihvard, Lexington. Ky Miss Annie Knoble, Lexington, Ky J M it John Skaln. Lexington, Ky C Y Freemon. Lexington Ky J M t John Skain, Lexington, Ky A S Bowman, Lexington. 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