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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 17, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898061701_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 17, 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. VOLUME IX. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LAKDK.VM, Entered at the ost OJHee in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Cla3s Matter. Cjr. rvMic Sqiuircand Danville Avenue. LANCASTER, KY., EEIDAY, JUNE, 17. 1898. TEUM3 07 SUBSCRIPTION: fl.OOpcr Year in Adcanee. Pa mnmm 17 a m maiui AND I IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. H;g show today, Friday. I Don't forget the Contest at Stanford June 17th. Take advantage of our al offer. I Js great. ,Courier-Jour- Notice. To save cost, call and settle with ,1. G. - Swekskv. Next to the dcviUhimself, comes the 'Sunday only" christian. I would like to do your plain sew- g and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Duun. PHOT 0- i Rring in a dollar for the Rkcoud. S. offer is bring-- g Our Courier-Journin many subscribers. Bead it. Don't forget the contest in elocution the Stanford opera house, Friday cninc It will ie the event of the ason. Thpy Xccd tWs&Q Shovel Plows. Screen Doors, Coolers Refrigerators Ice CPeam Freezers. Rest binder twine always on hand Y at Gaines. The jrrcatest Disc Harrow on the The best two horse wagon on the market, at G. S. Gaines'. . market at (I. S. Gaines'. f-Come to the circus today. It will Nice line millinery at cost. Mrs. A. probably bo the last of the season. S. llascldcn. Bryan tsviile, Ky. Headquarters for Deering Rinders. New Railroad and war map of Cuba Mowers and threshing machines at G. and the worid only 13c J. C ThompGaines. ttuy your boards and shingles at Morgan's. son. in or near Lancaster, a plain Finder return to this oliice and et reward. Lost, It. , S Riv. T. H. Colinan, of Burgin, will exchange pulpits with Rev. W. M. Kuykendall at the Fork Sunday. KKKH rc- ilatclilnjr. From prize wining Rlack Minorcas R. L. Elkin. 15 eggs for Sl.00. - A-- J. R. HASELDEN. Lancaster, Ky. CoI.W.G.WVJch. W. J. R. Jennings carries' every thing Lost, a blue parasol, some where on that is made in men's, women's and the square or between Lancaster and children's shoes. See his line before W. U Cook's on Danville1 pike. Finder buying. return to T. Currey ari get reward. Given Away. JHcc UcDgc Stiir.ftrl. The Ilaward Tailoring comnany will give a S3 hat with every suit of clothes sold to July r. I. Willlnms, and he can get about some with the M. D. IIuoiiks, Agt Lancaster. aid of crutches. lletter. Rico Benge, whose accident was reported in 1 in: Rnconn, is much better, A JliiKtcr. Margaret Anderson Watts, of While bathing in Dix river Sunday, Louisville, will give a talk Saturday Charley Frisbic caught a turtle which afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock, at the W. C. measured two feet, ten inches across. T. U. room. Subject, "How. Homing Pho monster is on exhibition at Krjd Pigeons are trained for War Ships." J innings store. Law, All are cordially invited. Lawn Party. Sunday Mail. LANCASTER, KY. A Lawn Party for the bnefil of the The post oflice is now open Snndny 'Raptist church, will be given at tho AU mornings from seven to eight- oiock residence of Dr. Herring on the eveto distribute mail left by the night ning ol Thursday, June 2'J. 0 lly 25 trains. This is a great convenience. cents admission fee will be oVnrgji It also gives us the Louisville Times, and a large crowd should attend. and Louisville Post, which excellent "ItrotlierV a (iuoti ' IJn. papers enjoy a good circulation here. John Newland, chief of police at Good News Gatherer. Stanford, passed through town SunWhile Judge M.I). Hughes is working day on the trail of a fellow who had "Brother"' 'is a up Macoabee lodges, George Smith is stolen some goods. gathering news fo- - the former's m day hawk and a night owl. O.Tcndei.s merous papers. George wields a ready never escape ins watciuui eye, no quill and can sc:sut an item as quick matter 'vhen they do devilment. as the next one. We are unler obli After a Gun;;. gations to him for valuable help this Ollicers from Madison and Lincoln week. counties were here Sunday, in search BEAZLEY&BAUGEMAN. The Interior Journal of the 10th, of members of the gang. on tains a very good picture of Miss who arc accused of stealing all over FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Ethel Traylor, who has many rela the country. They seem to have a host of friends in this mania for harness, saddles and bridles, tives ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM county. and also contains a It letter frorr but will take anything, from a monk George S. Rryant, President of Wood to a threshing machine. BALMING a SPECIALTY. land College, Indcpcnpenco, Missouri, The Ms dison oiliccrs succeeded in bagtwo of the members, but of Carpets, &c. in which he speaks very highly and ging Newland went back empty"Broth Miss Q'ra3,Ior"s accomplishments, cr" hand predicts for her a brilliant future in ed. However, he has one of the gang in j til at Stanford. the journalistic line. Mrs. Attorneys at business attended to promptly. - -- (Jill-Stor- y Furniturcj Lancaster, Ky. lUU In 1 KflPair s Men's Sample Shoes left out nlQUU Qflfl order to clean up this lot of Samples we offer the entire lot for $2.50. Don't miss this opportunity to buy shoes. These are First Class Goods Co bought of the Mason-CobAuburn, Maine, who failed some time ago, at big discount. Regular price of these goods is $4. $4.50 $5. and $& b ,r f.C We are offering a big lot of odds and ends in Ladies, Misses, Childrens Oxfords from 50c to $1.25 Hot Weather Clothing. We have everything in this line te keep yen caul. Crash suits $2.50 tn $5 Large line all wnnl Crash suits, 7. 50 Black and Blue Serge Coats andYests S3.50 to $4,50 styles OlnAff nAloi all all prices. CTDAUf UATC See our New line of Pearl Hats at $1.50 and $2.50. The Latest out. Hot Weather Underwear from 50cts to $2, a suit. Logan & Robinson. If our delinquent subscribers could Thursday. Bring to this oflice and ear how our creditors kick for money, et re ware. would certainly bring in their icy As the season is about passed our lollars and relieve ne of wall paper has not been reduced Premium ullieently, wc are now closing it out Wanamaker & Brown are giving at reduced rates. J. A. Beaz.'ey & Co. each customer from S3 to 5, in the John Kersey, colored, who shot, aud price of suits, as the customer saves was thought at the time, fatalh that much aud gets a perfect fit. ounded Henry Bcazley, another nc- M. D. IIcouks, Agent. ;ro, was admitted to bail .Monday, in the sum of "0O, with O. G. Speaks and Xotlce to Taxpayers. Taxes are now due the City and all Ed. Hughes, as sureties, B.'azlcy is are respectfully requested to pay same getting well. t ouee. The penalty will soon be ailJleineniborcd tlie Hoys, ed and it will be to your interest to number of ladies nrcnatcd and pay your tax now, sent to the soldier boys a huge box of E. M. Wai.kkk, M. C. L. ood things to eat. They sent several ham, chickens, homemade light- Will Iluiilap in Culm. cad, pickles, cakes, etc. Enough A Ictto. dated at Tampa, from Will r the entire comdany was put in, O. Duulap to his mother, says: 'Twen id we know the hungry fellows will ty- - thousand of us regulars and volunlive high for a while. teers arc loaded and are baing loaded to leave for Santiago de Cuba or Porto Aniciii K el ley. Rica, today. We are under sealed or- A 'marriage which somewhat sur- ers and will not know which place rise.l their many friends was that of until out at sea. We are the lirst Dr. J. A. Anion and Miss Ida May Ke'- troops to leave here. Four of Samp lev. The ceremony was performed bv son a men-o- t war will escort us. l am Eld. Gowen at tlu residence of the ell, and getting along nicely. I be bride's mother in tnis city, Wednesday long to "C" troop, 0th United States fternoon, at four o'clock. The bride cavalry. i handsome and attractive lady, nd has many friends among the Left 'Km Out. In the hurry of writing up the five young people. Dr. Amon is widely nown in Garrard, having made the or six parts of the F.iu'eoner-Maso- n school superintendent last eddintr we om'.ttcd tho names of race for Horace Jierndon and Letcher Owsley, fall. lie is a good physician and en 1 How such joys a trge practice. the gentlemen attendants. an oversight occurred is hard to ex Close Down. plain to anyone knowing nothing of The Pilgrimage Diitillery shutdown to be done in a printing of for the season last Frld ty, after a run the work lice. On Wednesday we prepare our f several months. This is one of the local," help set it, read the proof, most Complete and successfully operacorrect it and "make un" Wednesday ted distilleries in the Stat. Manager night. This, in connection with look John W. Miller and C. I. Nevius spare after some ten thousand other pains to make it u success, and it things, is calculated to take up a good oes without saying that when they slice or one man s tunc. He are, in place their shouldors to tho wheel, deed, glad that it was Horace and failure is impossible. Mcss.-s- . Jake Letcher whom we overlooked, as they Kirtz and John Adam; wl o were cm have sense enough to know that er ployed in the bottling department rors will ocjur. If they were two have returned to their home in Cin idiots, like some people cinnati. we know, they would have quit tak A Hot Time. ing the paper and gone about preach' There'll hi a hot tinu in the old On the otlv ng of our other hand, lluy say it is a good one jwn of Stanford, Friday night 17th, and the array of beauty and chivalry on them aud enjoy it as quite a joke. in the handsomely decorated Opera House will be a picture to linger in Excellent. Arrangehii 'iits have been completed memory. The subjects selected are for reciiviujr mail from the niyht only excelled in beauty by the loveli trains. It is brought up and thrown ness of the nine young ladies who parinto the post olliee door, and Postmas ticipate, neither of whom comes for ter West opens it at 7 o clock. This is health alone, but to contest every inch as early as the majority of business of elocutionary ground. It will really men could wish. The mail which goes and truly be a contest from start to out at night is closed at ( p. m.. giv' finish, and as tickets arc going like ng much more time than under the hot cakes on election day at McUob old way. The day trains will contin erts drug store, a tremendously large ue to bring mail, one at 11:150 a. m. audience will greet the grand galaxy and one at 4:30 p. m. J. he express is of elocutionary stars when the curtain also put elf now, and words are inad' rises promptly at 8 o'clock, lleazley equate to express the gratefulness o Waters & Menefce, Managers. our people to the L. & N., for this ac The llext AVar "riv. commouation. Our town is now as The Louisville Courier-Journwell equipped with trains, mail and express as any in the state. And this now publishing the fullest, most accu was all brought about by the hustling rate and most reliable war news of a few citizens. If everybody would any paper in the South or. West It is hustle, instead of lounging around devoting all its energies to making a and raising objections, we could soon reputation for its war reports, and is have a town second to none in the certainly succeeding admirably. The has subordinated all tate. One or two parties have fought Courier-Journthe putting on of other issues to that of the war. Poll teeth and this train service, but their little wail tic?, man y, civil service, the tarif- ffailed to cut any ice. The day for all are out of it now. The war is th three or four men to run Lancaster is one topic discussi by the people, and passed, and the majority has taken they want the news of it fresh and ae curate. The Courier-Journrealizes charge of affairs. this, and it is supplying the demand as no other paper can do. Itulilcrs. Courier-JournThe Toll gate raiders got in their worli this county again Friday night. prints the cream of the daily news. It The double gate dn the llichmond is issued Wednesday and Saturday. road was chopped to pieces and th The price has recently been cut from usual note of warning left. The gate SI to 50 cents a year, making unqucs Ireeper started down the road to in tionably the cheapest, as well as the form a director of the work and dis best, paper published anywhere. You papers for 50 covered a bridge on fire. He worked get 104 six or eight-pag- e 'or sometime and succeeded in extin cents. By a special arrangementhe Twics Road ollicial: juishing the flames. Courier-Journand The Cen came in Saturday, made the required affidavit and Judjeliurnside furnished thai. Record will be sent one 3ear for uards. The gates have been replac only $1.35. Sabscriptioas under this offer must be cash, and must invari ed and toll is again being collected, office. This road and the one leading to Crab b y be sent through Orchard are the only ones in the coun The Royal Is the highest grade baking powder tv now collecting toll. fcaown. Actual testa show it goes OUio Terrill, appeared before Judge further than say other braadj Burnside, Saturday, and swore out warrant for Wm. Wren, a teamster fcr Koehler Bros., the lumber men. Ter rill says he positively identified Wren as the man who fired at him. He says when he went and told h'.m so, Wren said, "Well, if you know me so well I will put an end to you," and dis charged a Winchester rifle at him however, the ball missed him and em plank. D;p bedded itself in a near-b- y utv Sheriff Ward arrested Wren at Cartersville, Sunday, and brought hi to jail. Wren told a Record man that he knew nothing of the toll gata raid and that he was at home in hid that AbselKttly Pure night. He will have an examining trial as soon ss he can secure a nam ber of witnesses by whom he cla'm CO., VOU BAXiaa be c:n establish an alibi. u-- :. thic'i-lieade- d short-comingtoe-na- il 1 Twice-a-Week t-is Gate-keeprd Pair gold glasses, on Publi Square We are making special low prices on some lines of goods, to reduce stock. nanasome isne E 30 SNCH PERCALS at 5c yard. ,o- - Gooae so o,oe(oo'oao Grenadines and silk iinings g for less than value. we are em 11 Hti Fan $1.00 " 1.25 " n 1 -f Pt M I " CI 1 11 rS DOBS. I Patterns vortli 60c per yd. will close at 35c u n ii " 50c 75c " n a n " 60c H 90c n it " " 68c 3? " 78c SPECIAL VALUES IN L-A- . I Dimities, THE 1 Brais it HI WIN'S i DRY GOODS . COMPANY I 1 Buy icj from Northcott and it will 4 be delivered daily. More 3Ieu AVaiitcd. if POWDER POWDCR HEW ' ROYAL Deputy Supreme Commander, M. P. Eikin. assisted by M. I). Hughes, instituted a llourish'ng Tent of the MaccaThe order to recruit the companies bees at Uryantsville on Monday night, up to 10U men makes it necessarj- - for composed of some of the bst citizens the Lancaster company to get about in that section. twenty-fiv- e more soldiers. Those desiring to enlist can see the recruiting Special Term nf Circuit Court. ollicers now in Kentucky, be sworn in A special term o" the tf rrard Cirand have their transportation pai I 'to Chickamauga. The ollicers will hi in cuit Court was held hero last Thursday by Judge Saulley, to dcteruiine this neighborhood within the next Any young men who have good who should rccive the $lO,0J0paid over on tint day by the Insurance Compahealth, ought to enlist They are well on the death of M. W. Johnson, paid, and, beside, they should have nies 132(5. At enough patriotism to answer their who died here in December the time of his d ;ath he held three county's, call. policies aggregating j.'PjOJJ in ihs Michigan Mutual; 10,(i;0 in the MuOliituary. Having stated, in our last issue, that tual of New York; $V),00O in the Now the life and character of Mr. John L York Life, and three policies aggregain three Accident CompaArnold, deceased, deserves a buller ting mention than was then given, we note nies. the following: He was born January Shortly a'ter his death the Michigan 20, 1833, being 03 years old at the time Mutual paid a small policy of$I.5J0 Ui of his death. He had been a suffer of full, it going etinally to the widow and asthma since 1S.15, but, being possessed children. The Mutual of New York of a strong nerve and great will power, and Travelers Accident Companies he succeeded well in life and reared a now ejme and otl'jr to compromise large and highly respected family. He their two policies of $10,000 each at was a man of fixed convictious on cents on the dollar, which, ou advice every subject, cither in private or pub of the attorneys, the Court has inlic life, and always had a cheerful word structed the parties to accept, and this for everybody with whom he came in special term was held to decide to contact, no difference what was his whom the money should be paid. The condition in li'e. He was an indulgent accident policy had been assigned to d father, an aflictionate husband, a kind the E Tobacco Wareneighbor and a consistent member of house Compani, of Louisville, as colthe Christian church, iseinsr ever lateral security by Johnson, and the ready to lend a helping hand toward court held the assignment valid and any enterprise, that had in view the binding, less attorneys fees, commiselevation, and cultivation of his fellow-ma- sions and costs, in collecting same. he will be missed in this comIhc Mutual Life policy was payab'e munity and wherever he was knowr. to "Mary C. Johnson, widow of MatIn fact, his character should ba emu thew W. Johnson and their children," lated by the rising generation, there- and the court was required to decide by improving and' bettering mankind. whether said widow was entitled to He was not only distinguished, for of same, or should receive his noble qualities, in times of peace, share and share alike with the five but following his honest convictious, children. The court held that said he enlisted in the Confederate army .language gave the widow about the beginning of the late war, from which decision an appeal has and was one of the valiat members of been taken by J. M. Higginbjtham, as tho 3d Ivy., cavalry, under General guardian o: said children. Said wareUano. until the close of the war. Many house company also held an assignmen who had become attached to him ment of of said policy, but daring that struggle, as well as in the same was construed to take onehalf ordinary walks of life, attended his of the widow's 'share only, and not effuneral and paid the last tribute of fect the children's interest. respect to a nob'.e, worthy and The cases present very interesting man. qaestionsand are being bitterly fought by opposing counsel. The Wareaouie Mr. P. Ketcham of Pike City, CaL, is represented by Humphrey & Davie, savs: "Durinjj inv brother's lata sick of Louisville, the widow by J. A. Sulness from sciatic rheumatism, Cham-- f of Richmond, while, tho gua n berlain's Pain Balm was the only rein- -' livan, and administrator is represented edy that gave him any relief." Many by W. McC. Johnston, of the local bar. others have tcstifled to the prompt relief from pain which this liniment af-- l Tho other suits are still pendi: g at fords. For sale by B. R McRoberts. Louisville. few-dayIwarJs-IJarnarn, one-ha- lf onc-ha- l', one-ha- lf di-a- i CENTRAL RECORD cnces .ca.n hi adjusted by uinlomotic means. They might, and then they miijht not Who would have thought, EVERY WEEK BY two years ago, that we would ba involved in war tod.iy? It is" human LOUIS LASDRA IT. Publisher. nature to flare up and fight, and hu LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. man nature cannot hi changed. To sift the matter to the very bottom, the whole neglect of the army, and other $1.00 (ONE YFAB,IH4DYANCI &0 " important matters too, has been causTSRMS Six Months. .25 ' (Thrkc ' ed by electing legislators who arc either money sharks or po'iticiaus 189S Its hard to say which of, these is the FRIDAY, .Tunc 17, greatest curse to the country. CHICKAMAUGA. O.000 Soldiers now Ounrtercil in tlm I'vautiful l'arlt. Our ISoyx in Flue Shape. Through the courtesj' of Mr. W. C. Rino.rson, the gentlemanly pisseugcr agent of the (Jueen & Crescent Route, 1 took a run down to Chickamauga Park this week. This road is one of the finest in the country, it's appoint ments being ner.'ect in every detail. flic track is ballasted with broken rock and gravel and is entirely free Titoors loaded on the transports at from dust. The heavy steel rails make roll CONGRESS. Tampa, were eaused untold suffering the road as smooth as a billiard table. he coaches are of the most modern MjCHARV. We are authorized to announce, by the delay in getting aVray. After pattern and are simply moving pal the start had been made an order was Hon. Jamcs B. MGrk ir y, ot Madison aces. Leaving Danville at 11:10 a. m , comity, a candidate for Congress In the received stopping the entire fleet. The Sth Cnnpreionrtl District, subject to the men, peeked in like sardines, were you are whirled along through beauti ncliuu of the Democratic party. compelled to stand in the broiling sun, ful mountain scenery and lauded in dis Chattanooga for suppar. Chattanooga We announce J. It. Thompson a while several TIlOMIaON surcandidate for reuomiuntIon by the Dem- cussed some point of the expedition is a good size place and we were prised to see so much energy as is ocratic party for Representative In which did not amount to a hill of mobi from tlilstht: 8th district. tyeans. This war, from the beginning, displayed in the little city. The ! lization ha, been a miserable.botch and must brought of troops at Chickamauga has a vast amount of, business to After many seemingly uncalled for be very amusing to the foreign on dclaj-s- , the transports bearing troops lookers. Those in charge sit back in Chattanooga and many thousands of for the invasion of Cuba finally got cushioned chairs and take their time dollars are being left with the meraway from Tampa, Tuesday. It was making a decision which ought to chants. To get to Chickamauga, you believed Monday night, even by the be determined in fifteen minutes. They take a train leaving the Q. & C. station. oflicials at Washington, that the trans jnow nothing, and evidently do not It being about thirteen miles to camp, ports had passed Key West and wcra care, of the sufferings being endured it takes about thirty minutes to make woll on the way to Santiago, but to by the soldiers who are standing in the run. The station is named Lytle the general disgust it was announced the broiling southern sun waiting and is in Georgia. Arriving at this Tuesday morning that all of the for the command to march forward station you are not with our boys, by even left Tompa. The and whip the enemy. The amount o" any means. The camp of the Second fl et had not vessels, of red tape gone through with is disgust- - Kentucky is about two and a half ct consists of forty-nin- e A great lot of hacks miles further. which fourteen are warships. Mean stand ready to haul one to any part of while the brave band of marines at e cents, and the Crest Heights are fighting almost conHow. 'llir.i' Lyons has been booked the park for twenty-fivstantly, day and night, to retain their by President McKinley for a position drivers, both black and white, almost hold on Cuban soil, until the arrival in the army. "Bill" wants to get into pull a fellow's clothes off to induce of the troops. Numerous fights haye the commissacy department. Lyons is him to ride. The drive to the park is A continual stream or been had by the marines and Span- one of the best posted fellows on the beautiful. iards. 'J he Dons outnumber the Amer- short comings and evil doings of Ken- army teams line the road and the rat icans nearly three to one, but only a tucky republicans that we ever saw, tle of the wagons, together with the few of Uncle Sain's lads have been When he likes a man, there's nothing oaths of the drivers, make the place killed. Many reports as to what steps he will not do to accommodate him, anything but lonesome. Chickamauga Sptiu is taking are published, but af but if he dislikes one, he cap peel off is one of the grandest military reserva tor reading them for several days, one the bark with the greatest of ease. tions in the world. It lies to the east becomes satisfied that there is abso Here's hoping Hon. Bill will get to be of Missionary Ridge, and embraces lutely no tuth in anything comin chief grubslinger f jr the entire army more than fifteen square miles of ter- ritorjv The aggregate length of roads from there. The Dons are keeping their every move secret, but as much A Lancaster man attended a nation forming the approaches is thirty-sicannot be said of the Americans. An al political convention in Chicago, miles. These are all fine, macidamized American eflicer landed near Santiago, came home and said if every one that roadways, built and maintained at the jind, stealing close in. saw Cervera's attended the convention voted for the expense of the National Government. il 'Ct in the harbor. United States nominee he would surely be elected. There has been no work done in the war ships are still watching the en This same feeling comes over a man Park for merely decorative purposes, trance to this harbor like a cat guard- looking at the fifty thousand troops at but the field has been restored as near ing a rat hole. There is one thing Chickamauga. It makes one feel like ly as possible to its condition at the certain, and that is this bottled up Uncle Sam had enough men to lick the time of the battles. The projectors of this enterprise (among whom were lljct is well out of the waj', as the whole world. some of the most famous Generals of Spaniards will either have to surren ler or destroy them. The invading Ik the Kentucky soldiers have as the North and South) intended at first that the Park should embrace only army will doubtless land in Cuba to- hard time in the field as they do day and we believe a bitter fight will getting equipped and started, may the the field of Chickamauga, and in 1S81) be waged by our men. The Ameri good Lord pity them. Nothing but the Chickamaga Memorial Association cans, being anxious to get away from trouble and delays have met them was organized with that end in view. the place, will make every shot count, since the first, and now that the order The following winter, however, Gen and fight like tigers. All the officers to recruit still further has come, there II. V. Bo3nton, the author if the pro and men want to get down to busi is no telling when they will get to the ject, conceived the idea of enlarging the scope of the scheme so as to emne.--s and end the war, and they would front. brace the notable fields of Lookout have done to long ago, had it not been for the disgusting way in which they Every foot of sidetrack at Chatta Mountain and Missionary Ridge, and have been delayed by the authorities nooga is occupied by sleepers and in the Spring of 1S90 this idea was car at Washington. horse cars. 'I his fact seems to make riea out ana the whole established as it clear that the troops now stationed a National Park and placed under the Dowjf at Chickamauga this week we thero will soon be ordered either to control of the Seccetarj' of War, who got a look at many of the home-sputhe front or home. The soldiers there appointed as the two civilian memberscolonels and generals, which articles know nothing of their, future move of the Commission Gen. Joseph S. FulGen. Alex. 1' have been ground out by hundreds du ments, and are ready for what may lerton, Chairman, and Stewart, a leading riug the last three months. A pair of come. with Stanford C. Kellogg, of the enormous boots, hutre spurs, hat about the size of an umbrella, long buckskiu Gov. Bradley is endeavoring to Fourth United States Cavalry, as the gloves, of brass buttons. have the Kentucky soldiers given one Army Officer provided by law, and nd fifteen to twenty yards of gold month's pay. As a majority of the who was also appoited Secretary of braid, all attached to a man about men arc now out of money. Uncle Sim the Commission. Gen. II. V. Boynton the shape of a sugar hogshead, go to should prove a friend in need, and was appointed Historian and Mr. E, E. Betts, Civil Engineer. make up thcFe "warriors." All this is give the boys some pocket change. The eleven perahed upon a big, black horse, and Southern States that had organizi tions in the battles soon after appoint then you have the outfit complete I was seriously afflicted with a cough ed Commissions and made liberal These fellows woar a very wise look, ap rVle in front of the privates to get sa- for several years, and last fall had a propriations for the erection of mon luted and put on.more airs than tins more" severe cough than ever before. uments, varying from 5,00 to $95,000, Prince of Wales. Of course they know I have used many remedies without 'Ihere is at this date upward of 300 nothing of military matters, and, if receiving much relief, and being rec monuments in place on the field, most placed in ranks, could not go "."ours ommended to try a bottle of Cham of them very handsome ones, besides ighL" One of these worthies rode berlain's Cough Remedy, by a friend, hundreds of markers and tablets. down to the depot and we got ready who knowing me to be a poor widow, Ihere have been erected five sjeel to take a snap shot at him with a cam gaye it to me, I tried it, and with the observation towers seventy feet high era, but, just as we were ready, an en most gratifying results. The first bot at prominent points in the Park and gine whistle shrieked flie general's tle relieved me very much and the sec' aiong me itioge. They ar.j all in horse wheeled quickly about, threw: ond bottle has apsolutely cured me. I sight of each other, and the series of good health for observations, when combined, com its tail over its back and vent at have not had lightning's pace tlsough the crowd twenty years- - I give this certificate mand the entire field. The Second Kentucky Regiment, and disappeared over the hilL The without solicitation, simply in appre' gdllant warrior dropped his reins, cation of the gratitude felt for the cure which the Lancaster company is seized the animal's mane with both effected. Respectfully, Mrs. Mary A. member, is located on an elevated hands, while his long, crooked legs Beard, Clare more, Ark. For sale by spot which makes a very desirable lm camp. The tents of the twelve compa closed around the horse with the IL E. McRoberts. nies run parallel, the officer's quar quickness and firmness of a steel-traPAINT LICK. ters being about thirty feet to the His orderly gave chase and made eve front. To the rear arc the cooking ry effort to overtake the rapidly dis James Ballard sold a nice saddle o7ens. To the front of the line offi appearing general, but the last sight to S. B. White, of Richmonll, for cer's 'tents come the regimental and showed the latter gaining ground. horse soo. staff officer's quarters. The camp is Cries of "Head himr rang out, but Wallace-Co., at the new store, cleaned each morning by the "old" the entire Spanish army could not have checked the flight of Uncle Sam's have "all Kinds" of bargains. Come guard. The "old" guard means the and see, the prices will astonish you. ready-mad- e fellows on duty the night before. The warrior. This is but E. L. Woods bought a mixed lot o guard house occupants are made to do sample of the almost total unfitness of the officers which cattle from W. H Ilembren, of the this work mostly, but the boys are be have been appointed. Their ideas of Kirksvuie losality, at fifim 3 2 to 'haying so nicely that seldom is there a man run iu. The boys are kept per hundred. warfare is about on a par with the 3 above referred to general's idea of Raiders destroyed both gates on the pretty busy all day and seldom have horsemanship. A regular army man pike leading from Lancaster last week, time to loaf. The reveille is sounded said to us a few days since, 4,I would Guards have been stationed at both at 5:30 a. m. Then at 0:15 the compa' rather bo in an epedemic of cholera, gates, and also the bridge here. nies are drilled for two and with a lawyer as a doctor, than be un & Co., are displaying this hours. This over, an officer's school Wallace is held for one hour. Then the non dcr any one during hostilities who week the handsomest line of all Silk was not a trained and educated sol Ribbons in town, officers "go to school at from lc per yard. commissioned After dinner nothing dier." is to 20c. Also an elegant'line of Laelie for an hour. done until 3:33, when tho batal lions 4 ply collars, all linen, at 10c. All arc drilled for two hours. At C:30 the Tuk enormous expense to which this Shaoler of Laelie Silk and Chiffon government has been put to get in Ties 10c up. Fast Black and Tan hose dress parade is given and at 9:30 "taps" fighting shape surely ought to set the 5c and up. Ask to see the Dr. Norsah are sounded, which means every fel low must roll up in his blanket and go people to thinking seriously enough to unbreakable Corset at 50c. to sleep. establish and maintain a standing ar Wallace & Co., Are selling men's fur my of the size it should be. Enough The Lancaster company, known as hats, silk binding, silk band and all "Co. L," now has seventy-fiv- e has been spent on the volunteers alone men, all leather sweat bands, for 75c Full told. It will be recruited to 103 imme to have maintained an of one line of washable and silk ties, 5c a diately. We found the boys in good hundred thousand men for many years. Had the pleadings of those in position up. Men's all linen 4 ply collars 1 spirits and full of life and fun. They Men's strong grip silk Web Garters 5c have been uniformed to know been listened to, we would iiest bocks in the land, 5c to 15c. and are, indeed have had today an army which could a fine body of men. They have a num Miss Rebecca Brown, of West Va., is successfully complete with any in the me guest ot miss Kathleen Povntz. bar of wall tents, but some are quar world. But the country has been in ....kjj dog" .tents. M.atMtOf ui niuiiuuuu, is via' tered in the small, or the solo hands of poUiciatis whet. itiag Miss Fannie Parkes. Miss An. They have plenty of blanket, and. nie Francis returned Monday, from the tsnta being well ditchad, they are ware pulling wires for their own good a obi and they ha ve virtually sakl the conn jjaucaaver, wjicro bob year.Deen alienB. as well fixed as soldiers could expect ing school, the past George try could go to the devil so long as Tood returned from Georgetown Col to be. Of course they sleep on the they got what they wanted. It i., in lege, last week. 1. F. Swallow, of ground, but being healthy men, this flood, a good thing for us that poor, Kicnmond, was thcfjuest of Jno. Wal will not hurt them, though it would mcc, irom oaiuraay until Monday. go pretty hard with a mama's darling. losiginnoant bpain is the opposer against this country today. Had it Late to bed and early to rise, pre The men are as well drilled as any in been England, France, or some other pares a man for his home in the skies. the park, and we heard officers of oth eqnal power, they would have wiped Early to bed and a Little Early Riser, ns off the map, ere this. Soma people the pill that makes life longer and D1aAA CUBAN OIL cores say the establishment of a large army better and wiser. Stormes' Drug I tUHlVl 9 Cats, Burns, Bruises, Bheu expanse, as differ- - oiore. wtuld be needless matism and Sores. Price, 25 cento im 1 j-11 x n half-bushn 0 one-ha- lf cr companies say the Lancaster bens were in as good shape every way cs any in camp. Capt. Duncan. Lieut's Farra and Wherritt occupy a omfort- able tent and are well fixed. We pulled back the files of this tent and found, sitting in a circle. Duncan. Farra. Wherritt, Mike Salter, Al. Buriisidc They and "Thurmond" Anderson. were, no doubt, planning an attack on Morro Cnstlc, but they made a rush for us, oxclaming "Great guns! '1 here's a m.m from home!" Princes may have received warmer receptions than this one, but we doubt it. Some ten thous and questions were fired at us in less than ten minutes. Lancaster may have her shortcomings, but get away from home nnd meet absent citizens and you will soon see the warm love the people have for the town. There is considerable talk about the fare, but one can live a long time on the grub dished out at Chickamauga. It could be improved upon, of course, but the matter is far from being as bad as has been made out. Capt. Duncan appointed his non commissioned officers-upoarriving at the park. They are as follows: lstSergt Al. Curtis, -- ad " Rowan Saufl?y, C. M. Sherrow, 3rd " 4th " Dick McGrath, W. D. Walker, 5th " Coms'y sergeant A. O Burnside, 1st Corporal Ashby Warren, 2nd John B. Sherrow, 3rd J ohn G. Lyon, 4th Harry Robinson, 5th Henry D. White, Cth V. II. Hall, Musicians, Will Marksbury and Tyra T. Creed. NOTES. There is no word so full of meaning and about which such tender and holy recollections cluster as that sue wno watenca of " Mother over our helpless infancy and guidon our first tottering step. Yet the life of every Expectant Moth er is beset witn danger ana an ef fort should be made to avoia it. so assists nature in the change taking place that MOTHER! PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH Mastic Mied Paint. OR THE BEST BRANDS OF er' White LiEad and Oil. r Plffl tiff Mother IK II II I IUIIU We are Glad to Sell Either. isena-P- l bled to lookfor-- I dread, suffering or gloomy fore bodings, to the nour wnen sne Orders taken for all Foreign or Domestic Mngiaines or Newspapers. experiences the jdy of Motherhwd. Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child, and she is found stronger after than betore E. IV. Iiillard. Jno. II. Stout. confinement in short, it "makes rhilflhirth natural and easv. as manv have said. Dont be persuaded to use anything but ward without MCROBERTS' DRUG STORE. OOOCOOCOOOOOOO0OOOOOX Lillavd & Szoul, MOTHER'S FRIEND dren than she did altogether with her last, Having previuuoi uscu ium 13 a Hoa nf 'MnMipr'i Friend' It blessing to any one expecting to be says a customer. come a IttUTtiisu UALE, Uamil, xuiuuia. J1ENDEB80K Drntrglsts at 11.00, or sent by express on receipt of price. Write for book containing testimonials n'd valuable Information for an aiomers, iree. The Bradflcld Begnlator Co., Atlanta, Ga. Of anfTororl mnrA in ten min nfaa to i tii otthpr nf hir other two chil dfirnlffl Leading Qruggists. Stationery, Paints, Oils, Etc. DANVILLE, :- -: KENTUCKY. ft Ned Burdett has been made regimen tal farrier. It is a responsible posi tion and Ned won it on his merits. It pays 75, per month. Dr. Lawrence and Oliver Fritchett have been" transferred to the Hospital corps. Thurmond Anderson is regimental wagon master. He looks after all the wagons and has general supervision over the hauling, "you know", and gets S75, per month and rations. Kirk Kerby is pullinc the ribbons over four big, black mules, and gets 810 per month. Its good pay and not much to do. Will Collier is regimental adjutant. ranking as first lieutenant He has many reports to make out and is kept pretty busy. He's the same old 'Pud." shoulder straps not having given him the big head in the least. As regimental quartermaster, Will Berkele has just about as much on hand as he can attend to. He has sev eral men under him, but is kept rush cd all the time. ' Captain Mike Salter is regimental quartermaster for the First Kentucky, or Louisville Legion, and is located about three miles from our boys. All that talk t.bout poison being placed in the spring was a fake. Capt. Djncan says he took no part in the attempt to lynch the Maine ne gro. While a great deal of fuss was kicked up over the trouble, yet it was not so bad as made out The regiment has a band of sixteen men, and they make extra good music The recent rains did away with the dust, and the park is very pleasant now. AMONG THE CHURCHES. at lligh Bridge, Sam Jones will be Sanday, July 31. To-da- y Danville. Ky. CALDWELL there are 1,000 native preach. ers in India; fifty years ago there were only 21. Northern Presbyterian women rc ported 5970,125 which is 312,377 mon: than the churches gave. Rev J. B. Richardson, a lunatic from Powell county, commitcd su'c'de in the Lexington asylum. A LANIER SHOES. PLEASURE TO LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE. O-XjL protracted meeting, conducted by some eminent Divine, is contemplated in the near future, at the Methodist church. An effort was made to secure Rev. Morrison but he was unable to a 1 just his engagements so as to be OUST here. An english bishop, as he was goin about his diocese, asked the porter of a lunntic asylum how a chaplain whom he, the bishop, had lately appointed. w is getting ont "O my lord," sai the man, "his preaching is most success ful. The hidiots hen joj's it particulcr.'' The efforts of the Rev. Wayts, chpa- lam of the 2d Kentucky Regt, to. ad minister to the Spiritual requirements of the soldierboj-- s are spoken of very highly. Rev. Wayts married Miss Mar ian Woolford, and if he is zealous in his christian work as his wife, the patriots of the 2d Regiment will never suffer for want of Spiritual cons' lation. The American Baptist Home Mis ion Society spent upon the schools for Negro Baptists the sum of 5137,820,01, while the Negro Baptists themselves spent for education 102,393,91, This is a splendid showing for the Negro Baptists, especially when we anali-zthe 137,820,(1, we find that only came out of the treasury of the Society, while the balance .''2,053.20 is made up of the Slater Fund and oth er contributions. Negro Bapiists are leading in educational affairs. English Baptist Missionary Socil ety, at its May meetings, reported having received from the churches and from legacies, 308,475; and "special gifts to avert a deficiency," 30,500 47,750 more, and besides this for famine, earthquake and other spec ial funds, making a total of 392,72 i After meeting all appropriations a balance of 1,3G5 is left oa hand. How a man can get up enough nerve to go into a church; take a front seat, wear a long face, say he is religious and then be as mean as the devil all Some week is hard to understand. don't seem to fear the pun ishment for hypocrites laid down in the good book. They have a regular S2at in the sanctuary and a regular way for skinning people through the week. These gold grabbers are as car- tain of perdition as is a nickle for a ginger cake. During the meetings of Rev. El. P. Marvin, at Wilmore and Nonesuch, 21 alditions were added to the church, 23 of them on profession of faith and one by letter. "The Presbyterian church society at Wilmore has sent Rev. Marvin to the mountains of Kentucky as an evangelist Dr. Guerrant is preaching in eastern Kentucky. Jessamine Journal. One of the most enjoyable, as well as instructive assemblage of the sea son will be the Chautauqua, at Lex ington. The meeting commences June 28th and ends July 9th, some of the most noted Divines in the country will be in attendance and address the variThere will be many ous meeting. special features, good music, . and in teresting and instructive lectures. Liw rates on railroad and, goo I ac commodations at the grounds at rea sonable rates place it within the reach of all who wish to attend. 1 e skin-flin- TRUNKS andVALISES. WE WANT TO SEE YOU US. Whether You Buy Or Not. ooooeoo6ocoooooe: MARKSBURY. Mr. T. T. Pollard has been quite sick for several days. Last Thursday night thieves visited Successor to Lackey & Gulley. Mr. T. I. Herring's chicken house and First-Claoft about thirty frying s;ze carried chickens. We suppose that the farmers will be on the watch for these LIVERY STABLE. 1 bold thieves in the future. Mr. John Kevins, editor of the Press. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, Antlion, Iowa, says: "I have used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiREASONABLE PRICES. 1 arrhoea Remedj in my family for fif teen years, have recommended it to SPECIAL ATTENTION TO hundreds of others, and have never known it to fail in a single instance TRAVELING MEN Forsalc by R. E. McKolerts lm. Miss Mary Lynn Mock, of Danville, is visiting Miss Katharine Moore. Master Willie Robinson, of Lancaster, is S. BEAZLEY, visiting his cousin, Master Bennie Robinson, this week. Mrs. Lelia Uet-tiaccompanied by her daughter. Miss Teeth filled and eitrartprt with ' oat pain. C Altie, of Bardstown, is spending sev w. ork a specialty. Office Crown and Bridee over eral weeks with her sister, Mrs. Jas. uarunare sioie, neit to Court J. K. Haselderi's House, LancasKy. Herring. Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Hasel- - ter. Mrs. Kate Aldridgc and Miss den, ORGANIZED 1883. Katie Mae Aldridgc, of Lancaster, were the guests of Mr. II. D Aldridgc Mrs. Tilitha and family, Sunday. Floyd and little grand daughter. Miss PITIZEHS NATIONAL BAM, or lanoasteb. xt. Lilian Riffe, after spending several U weeks with friends and relatives in this communit3 returned to their Capital, $100,000 home in Hustonville, Friday. W.H. LACKEY f s I Harris White and John D. Miller, of the Lancaster company, have been transfered to the band. The fuud raised by the entertain ment recently given in Lancaster was greatly appreciated by the chaplain of the recimcnt Almost enomrh has been raised to buy the instrument and books. The Kentucky regiments are the on ly ones lncampjvho have no "can teen," A canteen is a tent in which cigars, tobacco, provisions, whisky beer and wine are sold. Oar boys have none, as Col. Gaither would not allow it. Ihe boys believe they will be order ed to California, thence to Manila. This would be a great trip for them as the climate is excellent and little danger exists. The boys were looking forward with great pleasure to receiving a box of good things to eat, which some of the s dear had started them. If you have letters, express or an thing else to send the boys, mark it "Care Co. L, 2nd Ky. Vol. Inf'ty, Chickamauga Park Postal Station, Go. This will catch them sure. While looking at the brave boys i camp, I could not help think of ho' the "Jam" boys, who staid at home would like the idea of being made to do anything. What I mean by "Jam boys is the kind of darlings who go to the table at home and whine if mom mer hasn't got any preserves on the table to tickle their trifling palates. There are many Jam boys about town whose mother's still use safety pi on them. These fellows need just such a dressing down as they would surely get at Chickamauga. There .are also some men holding down goods boxes and chairs about town, who, altho' past the Jam period, have never learn ed to work. A couple of hours drill ing would not hurt these worthies either. Ed Finley and Coleman Lee, two former Lancaster bo3's, are memb of tho Louisville Legion, and are camp. home-folk- s, DENTIST. 1 Surplus Fund BUSINESS 15,000 Eczema! The Only Cure. deep-seated SOLICITED. Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed J. M. HiseiMBOTHAX President Eczema is more than a skin disease, and no skin remedies can cure it. The Lxwis Y. Lkavjll. doctors are unable to effect a'cure, and B. F. Hudson Cashier their mineral mixtures are damaging W. O. Biqnky Assistant Cash'r powerful constitution. The to the most whole trouble is in the blood, and C. D. Walxxb Bookkeeper Swift's Specific is the only remedy blood which can reach such DIRECTORS: diseases. 1C. HlGGINBOTHAM, LaWIS Y. LXATKU, Eczema, broke out on my daughter, and con J. J. 8. Johnson, T. M. Aknold, tinued to spread until H.C.Abnold, Jb. B,F. IIudsom. her head was entirely covered. Sha was treated Axxz. GIBBS, j. j. hy several good doctors, Jacob Y.Robinson. but grew worse, and the dreadful disease spread KM-THto her face. She was taken to two celebrated health springs, but received no benefit. Many natent medicines were taken, bnt without re' KATIOHAL suit, unUl we decided to try 8. S. S., and by the time the first bottle was finished, her head be gan to beat. A dozen bottles cured her completely and left her skin perfectly smooth. She CAPITAL ( SURPLUS. Is now sixteen years old, and has a magnificent growth ot hair. Not a sign oil the dreadful 1300,000.00 $65,000.00. , disease has ever returned. H.T. 8HOKB, LANCASTER, KY. 2701 Lucas Ave.. St. LotUs, Mo. Don't expect local applications ol wimi BANK Bad management keeps more people in poor circumstances than any other one cause. To be successful one must look ahead and plan ahead so that when a favorable opportunity pre sents itself he is ready to take ad van tage of it A little forethought will also save much expense and valuable time. A prudent and careful man will keep a bottle of Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house, the shiftless fellow will wait until necessity compels it and then ruin his best horso going for a doctor and have a big doctor bill to pay. be sides; one pays out 25 cents, the other is out a hundred dollars and tnen won dsrs why his neighbor is getting rich er while be is petting poorer. For lm. wle by R. G. McRoberts. or C P. Jones, Milesburg, Pa., writes "I have 'used DeWitt's Little Early Rises ever since they were introduc d here and must say I have never used any pills in roy family during forty years of house keeping that gave such satisfactory results as a laxative or cathartic" Stormes' Drug Store, lm S. soaps and salves to cure Eczema. They reach only the surface, while the diSwift'e sease comes from within. Specific .ThfilJlUUU For DIaaJ A.R.DKNNT. President. Jno. E. Stobxes. Vice President. Wk. H. Kxnnaibd, Cashier. S.C.Sknnt, Assistant Cash'r. R. T. Evbbt J. 7. Robinson. Jb. Asa't is the only cure and will reath the most obstinate ease. It is far ahead ot all similar remedies, because it cures cases which are beyond their reach. 8. 8. 8. is purely vegetable, and Is the only blood remedy guaranteed to coatain no potCUBAN RELIEF cures ff44A4AMik Calic Neuralgia and Toothache ash, mercury or other mineral. laMISrS five minutes. Sour Stomach Books mailed free by 8 wilt Specific vin vompuy, Atlanta, ueorgw. Price, 25 Cents. and Summer Complaints. DIRECTORS f Bam'l. D. Cochran, Alex. R. Denny. W. R. Cook, Jas SpllaaB, A. C. RoblBson.. iu Davidson,. Jao.X. Stormes, WE DO AHU WILL IglWfeftfJ' Straw Hats I life If ft, II 1 w Ltlife h eaasBaiM Cuni Ml in E&saRg&sais& sunass Itt llifc sis tpsasM mm&m Dewey Wash Suits SUITS made to order. Suits Cleaned and Pressed for $1,50, Including Expressage Beth Ways. for Children at $1.50. Men's Crash Suits $3. 13. "t - IE SHOES, Best Values in Market. IS3L C J. L. Frohman WONDERFUL TH & Co., lows: Mr. 'and Mrs. Ike Dunn, of Lower Garrard, gave a dinner Wednesday in honor of Rev. Faulconer and bride. Mrs. Minnie Guikin and children have returned to their home in Augusta. She was accompanied by her n. oilier, Mrs. Walker, who will spend the summer. Telethon e CITY ORDINANCE. 136, Danville, Ky. A FULL STOCK OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, CLEJJJIJfC- 8J.LE. Always this time of tlie year my desire is 'to get rid of all the goods in my line whether get cost or not and my customers always reap a great "benefit. This time my bargains will be so The City Council of the City of Lan caster, Kentucky, do ordain as fol Unless otherwise provid paving, curbing, and tne rccurb- ingand paving of any sidewalk, or portion tnereoi, within the corporate limits of Lancaster, which the City Council may order to be so improved, shall be exeuted as follows: The grad ing' shall acree with the pitch and grade of the sidewalk, with a depth below the curb to admit tne sand or line gravel and bride pave ment being properly placed. U lion there is embankment tne sides shall be sloped as much as may be neccsa-rto sustain the pavement in. position. At the outer edge of the pavement and supporting it, shall be laid a line of curb stones not less than three inches in width, and each stone shall be at least two feet in length. Curb stones shall in all cases, have a full square joint not less thah liftcen inches tleep. 1 lie curb stones snail be tooled down to a uni'orm straight line for a depth of two inches below the top on the in ner side, so as to mal;e a true and neat joint with the brick paving hereinafter specified. Curb stones shall bo of pool, hard limestone, free from ilaws, dry seams or cracln. All curb stones are to be laid true to line and grade. The material ex vale for placing curb stones shall, after the s ".ones are set in position, 13 placed in layers aim tuorouguiy rammed. the brick pavement stiali be formed of good, sound hardt.urued whole paving br.c.ts, and laid on a bid olnarp sand or tine gravel, tho:- 0 i.fh.y fr.ee from any : d nixture ol earth, and lour inches in depth. I lie pavement shall be laid with the usual bind (Herring IJone), and truly and neatly jointed to the line of the curb stone. When laid and inspected the uavemcnt shall be covered with sharp stind or fine gravel. No broken or irregularly formed or soft brick shall be used, ihe pitch of the sidewalk when fi nished shall be three inches from tl.o inside ede to the outer edge at the carbing. Around the public spuare no sidewalk shall be less than twelve feet wid on D mville, Richmond, Stanford and Lexington Avenues, from the pub lic square to the seon-- alley removed therefrom all sidewalks shall be not less than eight feet wide: all other sidewalks shall be not less than six feet wide. Section1 2. All sMewalks ia front of the property of any person or persons, whose business necessitates tne cros sing thereof with wheeled vehicles, shall have a roadway either of bric'.t placed on edge, or of stone or llagfring. extending tlie entire width, of suit able distance apart. here llagring is used, each stone composing the iir- ging shall be not less than three feet six inches long, fifteen inches wide and eight and inches deep, and the space between the Uagging shall be paved with brick placed on edire: and in all cases provided for in this section, tlie work shall agree with the p.tch and grade of sidewalks adjacent. 3 lhc expense incurred in making and repairing sidewalks and curbing shall be paid by the owners of lands fronting and abutting thcKc-oeach lot or portion of a lot being separately assessed for the full value thereof, in proportion to the frontage thereof to the entire length of the whole improvement, not excecdinsr a square, sufficient to cover the total expense of the work; but the owners of such propert3' shall have tho right to make such improvements, if they pre fer doing so, instead of paying for same. Whenever any exponse or cost of work shall have been assessed on any lands as herein provided, the ed by ordinance, tne grading, Section 1. linery line go in this sale. EVER, GREATERtheTHAN goods in the milCream, All first coming will get MBfcS. MOODY HARDEN. 17, - The Cuban question and political issues sink into insignificance with the man who supers from piles. What he most desires, is the relief. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cures piles." Stormes Drug Store. lm Look To Your Interest. Best homc-- ide buggies on the mar ket at J. B. Ely's Paint Lick, Ky. General repairing and horseshoeing a special ty. Give us a trial. suili-cie- y amount of said expense shall become lien upon said lands, which shall take precedence of all other liens, and which may be enforced by the contractor or city in accordance with the provisions of the Code of Practice. Section 4. Upon tlie order of the City Council signed by the mayor and served by the city marshal upon anj lot owner requiring pavement to be built according to ordinance, and .said lot owner failing to comply with said order within .sixty days after service of said notice, the city imy have said pavement built or repaired and charged against sai property as herein pro vided. Section n. This ordinance shall so into effect immediately upon publication. R. Kinnaiiji). Mayor. Attest, W. II. WiiKiiiMTT, City Clerk. 1 SHOES, J jjats and furnishing Constantly on hand. GOOD VALUES Hoods AjD LOW PRICES ALWAYS TO BE FOUND. CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, June, 1898. v PERSONAL. I Mrs. J. V. Hackney, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. IL II. Fox. Miss Elene Hiatt is visiting Miss Bessie Turlcy in Richmond. Mr. Joe Ilaselden has returned from a visit to Clarksville, Tenn. Misses Moss, of Mildlcsboro. are guests of Miss Eudoxie Moss. Mrs. Mary Letcher, of Nicliolasville, is visiting1 Mrs. Ellen Owsley. Miss Rella Arnold gave a dining Monday, in honor of l.cr visitors. L'ttle MIs Mary Clay Wil.i .ins, who has been very ill, is much hotter. Miss Mary Arnold has returned from a visit to relatives in Crab Orchard. Miss Naunec Harris has returned from a pleasint visit to Uarbourville. Mrs. Ei Rice and son, Master Joe, have been visiting 1). n.'illc relatives. Miss Lizzie 1 h impson has returned from a pleasant visit to Hustonvillc friends. Mrs. 'Emma Carriclr, of Springfielc1, Illinois, has been visiting relatives in this city. Miss Mary Miller handsomely entertained the "Cinch Club" Monday evening. Miss Nannie Heard, of Lexington, is the guest of Miss Maybelle Shearer this week. Miss Bettie Henry was the guest of Miss Susie Saudidge at Teatersville this week. Misses Battle I Arnold and Maud Best are visiting their Mrs. John Arnold. Miss Maybie Weber, of Chattanooga, is the guest of Mr.;. Jacob Robinsoii, on Danvilln avenue. Mrs. Jennie Bishop Eastman, of Columbus, Ohio, is visiting the family of W. II. Kinnaird. Miss Louise Kauffnian, who has been attending college in Richmond, returned home Saturday, Miss Florence Harris has returned from a pleasant visit to the Misses Cash, of Turnersville. Mrs. Francis Arnold Brown and children, of Bloomfield, have been visiting relatives in this city. Messrs Sherley Elkin and Herbert Ilardin have returned from a visit to friends in Lexington. Robert Salter, of Danville, was here Sunday to see a mighty pretty and attractive young lady. Miss Bettie Powell, a pretty Hustonvillc young lady, is the gucitof Misses Lizzie and Mattie Thompson. Mrs John Lake and children, of Terrc Haute Ind., are visiting Mrs. Lukc't-parenMr. and Mrs. E. Brown. R. L. Elkin, John F. Lear and the editor of this paper made a flying trip to Chickamauga first of the week. Miss Ilallie Hamilton left Thursday for Middlesboro to attend the .vedding of Dr. Jones and Miss House. Robert Lie Davison has returned from Charlottsville, Va., where ho has been attending law school the past term. grand-mother, ts andMrs. Faulconer Friday evening, upon their return from Chickamauga. Mrs. W. M. Bogle leaves this week to join her husbatid at Owcnsboro Mr. 1J. has taken formal charge of the L. & N. office there. .Sam B. Harris, of Louisville, is here enjoying a week's vacation. He has a gto I position with Boncy Bro's., ia the Falls City. CoL L. F. Hubble has returned from a business trip to New York city, lie was in (iotham for several weeks and took in many of the sights. Miss Pauline Arnold returaed to Jollies this week. She was accompanied by Master E Ulie Norris. who w. 1 spend several days with her. Mr. and Mrs. Slnnn Furhman, of Louisville, have bjen visiting Mr. and Mis. Jacob .Iosi ph. Simon is a popular fellow with Lincaster folks. Misses Marie and Rob ;rta Cash, Cloyd, Anna Gjver and brother, Cyrus, of Lincoln cou.ity, were guests of Miss Florence Harris this wjek. ed Rev. Hon. James B. McCreary, of Richmond, was here Tucsd iv, shaking hands with hi? many friends. Mr. l'iiinu Work. R. W. Hunter, of the Kimball Music House, will be in town the last of 'the first-clas- s week. Anyone wishing piano work done should see him. Leave orders at The Rkcokd cilice. "One Minute Cough Cure is the best preparation 1 have ever sold or used and I can't say too much in its praise.' L. M. Kennon, Merchant, Odell, Ga. Stormes Drug Store. lm Mccreary. Mrs. Margaret Sutton was bnried in 10 GALL AND INSPECT MI 1TDGL Geary, Pearson, Mich., "DcWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is curing more piles here than all other remedies combined. It cures cczma and all other skin diseases." Stormes' Drug Store. lm S. M. y It writes: 1 Away Flew tin; AVooilcork. I have the best and cheapest line of wear ever brought to this city. coats at 5 c and 51; Black Alpaca at S2, and Tailor-mad1. genuine Crash suit at Kentucky home-sputow linen at SS par suit. The goods will launder perfectly. M. D. Hughes, Agt Ready-to-weco-itn e, Low Kates to AVimliiiigtijii, I). was en route home from Stanford c mrt. t:nr, L.Mrs. A. M. Laslie, of Helena, Mo.i- wife of r, P. II. Leslie, visited W. M. Knykcndall at the For's this week. She was accompanied by Miss A. F. Mankins. Hugh. L. Mas?n and wife, of Chica go, left Monday fjr Arcadia, Hjy'.e county, where they will spend a few days with Col. Ike Shelby, Mrs. Mason'. father, after which they will re , turn to Chicago. Miss Annie Francis, who ha been with her uncle. Mr. J. S. Robinson, a id attending school here, returned to her home in Paint Lick Monday. She was accompanied by her brother, Harry, who has been the guest of relatives here. Rev. and Mrs. Henry Faulconer re turned Fridaj' from their bridal tour. The weather was so warm at Chicka mauga that they were compelled to cut their trip short. They have taken rooms at Dr. Hugh M. Grant's, on Lexington street Rev. Faulconer filled his pulpit Sunday morning and preach ed at the union meeting in the even- Miss Eastern C'itie. On account of the meeting of tl e National E lucitional Convention at Washington, 1). C. July Sth to loth, the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. will sell round trip, t'e'eets to Washington fioni a'l stations in Kentuc'cy on July 3rd to ti:h inc. at one Fare plus 2 00 for the round trip, good to return until July 15.li. and subject to an extension of tima until August 31st by depositing tickets with the Joint Agent in Washington on or before July 12th. This is your opportunity to visit Philadelphia, New York and the seashore. Low-rat- e side trips can be made from Washington to Old Point Comfort and the Seashore. The Chesapeake and Ohio Ky. has two limited Vestibuled trains each way daily without change. Its scene-er- y is unsurpassed, its train service unequalled, and is several hours quickest from all Central Kentucky points than so-- tiled "official Routes" "vTa Cincinnati. "A glance at the map will convince you " Avoid delays and changes by taking the Cheasapeakc and Ohio trains. For sleeping car reservation, or any information write or call on your Ticket Agent, or Geo. W. Bauxev, Div. Pass. Agt. Lexington, Ky. c C. ami l 11 one-ha- lf Lancaster cemetery Saturday She had been a patient suf ferer for more than a year Ihe de- e ased was a kind, christian woman, and has surely gained the reward promised to those who remain faithful until death. She leaves a husband and six children, all grown, who will sadly miss her. Funeral services were ibly and appropriately delivered by Elder Bailey, pastor of the Antioch church. Her friends and loved ones left here should remember that she is now safe in the arms of a gentle and loving Saviour, where she will be ready to welcome on the resurection morn all those who live a and life here below. Misses Susan Long and Etta Cotton, of Cottonsburg, and Miss Iva Ilendren, of Kirksville, visited Miss Minnie Wearen last week. Miss Minnie Pher- igo is the guest of Miss U.ssiu Burn- side, this week. Mrs. Robert Smith, of Kirksviile, has been visiting her s'ster, Mrs. Dave Sutton. Miss Sarah Ross, of your 'city, spent last week with Mrs. S. B. Saunders. Mr. Ed. Walker, of Adams, Indiana, who has not been here for many is visit-iuhis relatives here. Miss Alice Sad dler entertamcdMonday evening, 13th, that being her ,23th birth day, a large number of her friends and rela tives. Every one present reports a lovely time, but it could not be other wise, when everything possible was done for the en j :yment of the guests. An elegant supper was served, and many useful and valuable presents were received. All reluctantly depart ed at 12 o'clock, wishing her returns of the day. the g g g many-happy TERMS CASH. For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter, salt rheum anil eczema. Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal. It relieves the itching and smarting' almost instantly an.l its continued n.--o effects a permanent enre. It also cures itch , barber's itch, scald head, sore nipples, itching- piles, chapped hands, chronic sore eyes anil granulated lids. Dr. Cauy?3 Condition INmuers for horses are the best tonic, blood purifier und vermifuge. Price, 23ceut3- - Soldby Ii. li MeKoLerts, Druggist, Lancaster One fare for round trip to Lexington, account the League American Wheelmen Meeting, June "Jth and 21st, from Cresall points in Kentucky, Uueen cent Route. Hood to June '"ad to return."" llicycles Handled Free. j. w. ii Diseases. ROAD WAGONS. t We have on our floor two car loads of the finest and most complete line of PHAETONS, I HEW LIYERYHf if? SURRIES and the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the I have purchased iC ROALWACONS Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers, ! Onr ever shown in Lancaster. prices are lower than can be found Tlie human machine starts but once anvwhere. Our guarantee is bet-- , and stops but once. You can keep it ter. We can sare you from going longest an I most regularly De Witt's Little Early Risars, the famous little pills for constipation and all stomach and liver troubles. Stormes on any vehicle you buy. Drug Store. lm We also have a complete line of Harness we are'olTering exceedingiesiraWe in ly low. EverjtMii new RICE BENG-E- . j 5 to $25.00 fire nr Li?? mmm CO; MT. HEBRON Mrs. ail Tuesday Francis Collier entertained night i n honor of Mrs. B. C. Dewes, of Lexington. Those present were: Misses Lettie Brown, Maybie Weber, May Hughes, Altie Marksbury, Chastine McGregor, Bet tie Powell; Messrs II. T. Logan, Joe Robinson, M. West, G. B. Swinebroad, L. Owsley, II. Kinnaird, J. C Robin son and wife, Misses Murphy and Cur- rey. Some rare musical selections were furnished by Misses McGregor and Hughas, assisted by others of the company. Refreshments were served. John TVallace and Miss Jennie Parks, of Paint Lick, mado Mr. and Mrs- J. S. Robinson a short visit last Mr. - week. tfr. and Mrs. Wm. Mason entertain The most enjoyable social event of the season was the party given by Miss Annie Francis, at the beautiful country home of her uncle, J. S. Robinson, ia honor of Misses vic'tcher and Johnson, of Henderson. The yard was beautifully decorated with Japanese, lanterns and the parlors briliantly lighted. Refreshments, which were very highly enjoyed, were served in the yard at the proper time. Those present were as follows: Rev. Henry Faulconer and bride, Misses Lyne Letcher, Bettie Johnson, Maybie Weber, Jennie Parks, Mable Royston, Julia Mae Gaines, Maggie Tomlinson, Olivia Sweeney, Annie Loyd Herring and Louise Kaufiman. Messrs. Hor ace and Ben Uerndon, Marksbu-y- , Walden, Wallace, John Robinson, Kinnaird, Herring, Hughes, Gaines, Fred Frisbie and Henry. Florence Ford is very ill at Come and see ns. No SPRING AND this writing. trouble to show goods. Mrs. Maggie Tracey has moved to SUMMER her father's, Tom Na3"lor. W. J..R0HANS Carrlap Co., Mr. James Montgomery sold a nice MILLINERY to some Mercer parties at 03. mule LANCASTER, KY. Mr. Ed. Clouse, who is charged with AT REASONABLE PRICES. killing W. II. Tracey, is now out on R. KINNAIRO'S bail. COME AND SEE US. Miss Belle Allen entertained quite a number of her friends at her home Sunday. Representing Over Mr. Jeff Dunn was in this vicinity One of then Roasters Free! last week buying horses for the gov Got ernment. ALL WOMEN In the following Fire Insurance Call at my store and we will exIhe Orchard Grove Sunday School Should know that tho "Old Time" Itemed-- , will commence next Sunday. We wish Companies plain. them much success. iEtna of Hartford; Quite a number of the boys from I am still in the lead with here attended preaching at Buckeye, Queen of America. Sunday afternoon. GOODS. National of liortfort. . Misses Lena Rogers and Edna Scott. visited Mrs. Rebecca Scott, in Jessa Phenix of Brooklyn. mine, last week. Miss Lena Rogers Hartford of Hartford. Goods are all fresh. I can please returnel to her home near Lancaster, Tuesday. Mr. Isaiah Jackson and , Manchester of England. all. wife, and Mrs. Peachie Grow, visited Conncctlcnt of Hartford. Mr. Samuel Morford and wife, in Jes,ANGDON'S BREAD DAILY. samine, Saturday and Sunday. North British and Merchantllo. SPRINGFIELD FIRE MB MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF KEW YORK. Robinson & Hamilton Agts fj "Miss Sallie Tillett. Insurance Agency 557,000,000 vxcstsr. Office ovei Tost Office. :: : Kkstuckv;. KAIL ICO AD TIME TABLES. Queen & Crescent Itmte. PASSES DANVILLE. NORTH BOUND. Nnmbcr 10 (Dally except Sunday). ...C:C0 a. m lM:!p.m Number C (Dally except Sunday) Xumbcr4 (Dally) Flag 3:lSa.4m. 4 :1" p. m Number 2 (dou't stop) SOUTH BOCND. BEST LOWEST PRICES. Ill: 12 a.m. Number 1 (don't stop) Number 5 (Dally except Sunday)... .11 :10 a. m. p. m. Number 9 (Daily except Sunday) 11:42 p. m. Number 3 (Mldulglitflac) gouth-b'n- d Nortli-b'nd K. C. Branch, Mixed, passes Lancaster, Mixed, Pass'gr 11 35 a. if. p. m. M " " " North-b'n- d South b'cd " " " " 4 iW " 2 12:29 A. x. Wis., writes: have tried DoWitt's Witch nazel Salve for .itching piles and it always stops them in two minutes. I consid-- r DjWitt's Witch Hazel Salve the greatest pile cure on the market." Stormes' Drug Store. lm 'I S. E. Parker, Sharon, PLEASE GIVE TRIAL. US A Is tho best forrcntTeTfonMes. Corrects all Irrccularltlos I u Koinalu ( irtrans. Should be j taken for Cbante cf Life ami before 1 Plinters "0! J Time" Remeiiiw liavo stood the I tost for twentv years. ! German American of New York. Llrerpool and London and tJlobe. the old reliable NOTICE TO CREDITORS. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to S. O'Neal ivlll please call and settle with L. F. Hubble and greatly oblige me. I also represent thoestato or tho late Dr.W. H. M. BALLOlt. Mada only by Now Srencor Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. McRobcrts.-Lancaste- r New York Life Insurance For sale by IL E. COMPANY. ' M. Y. O'NEAL, Apr 25 3t Administratrix. 1 nou nun ornav wrvrco IV VI 0 9. ooo vuHUeis corn wanicu. x . . rt .. 7 c' .1 . r f lire cents per barrel for x,ooo bar rels of corn delivered at the Pil- V STATE NEWS PICKUPS. TROOPS ARRIVE. grimage Distillery. Jno. W. Miller, Mgr. Frank liournc sold E'.kln a "at y o 2 nle cow They Will Snppress the Kalcer-HowaIn Clay Conntjc-T- he "Latter Hold the Cqunty Scat. Iul - Henry Cox sold Elkln a fat cow at Loxdox, Ivy., June 11. Troops aiV cts. rived here at 3:30 Friday morning, got Walker shipped a load of a light breakfast and started for ManSanders 200 lb. hogs to Cincinnati this week. chester at G o'clock in vehicles, piloted by Jailor Johnson, of this (Laurel) C. W. Anderson sold Ltfnn & Allen of d county, to preserve peace in the .some good butcher stuff at I.incohn mouutain feud, which has al70. 3 ready resulted in the killing of 11 men. V. G. Anderson sold O. I'. Huffman Latest reports from Clay county say of Stanford some bntcher cattle at that abou 10 barrels of whisky have 3.75. been .stolen from "a warehouse .near , Lconatu-the noted old racer, died Manchester, and that man' of the IVidav nisrht in Woodford county. He fighters arc being supplied. Jailer Johnson thinks the troops will not be was sixteen years o'.d. that.between 75 and T. I. Hamilton sent a nice horse to molested. He Lexington this week to go into the 100 men. armed with Winchesters, arc on each side. service of U. S as an ofli cr'shorse, for Judge Brown has received a letter which lie paid S133.00. from tlie Baker faction, saying they The wheat crop is ripening fast and will surrender to the law, if guaranfarmers will begin cutting early next teed protection. The Howards are in week. The crop is unusually good, Manchester, and the Bakers are afraid some little complaint is heard of to come in. The grand jury is sibling, hut smut and chinch bugs. but has returned no indictments. About a full crop of tobacco will be Of the guard, 30 men were ordered raised in this county this year against from l'ewce valley, under Assistant 05 per cent, last year. The crop is Adj. Gen. Forrester, and 20 men from looking unusuallj- - well, notwithstand- Louisville under Capt. Jacob. ing the dry weather. The Governor Orders Out Troops. Clayton Arnold shipped to Cincinnati Louisville, Ky., June 10. Gov. BradTuesday S3 hogs which averaged 180 ley Thursday a fternoon- - ordered out 50 lbs. Mr. Arnold raised, these hogs members of the reserve state guard himself and expacts them to bring hini and sent them under the command from T.S5.00 toS400. Gen. Walter For of Asst.- Adit. II. A. B. Marksbury & Son have re- rester" to London, Ky., from whence ceived in the last 10 or 12 days over they will march to Clay county, :;10,000 lbs. of hemp and it continues where the d feud is in to come. This firm has handled this progress. Tlje troops were ordered year one million pounds. out by Goy. Bradley vpon tlie (urgent of County Judge One Minute is not long, yet relief is recommendation obtained in half that time by the use Brown, of Clay county, 'who says4.hat of One MinuUt Cough Ctarc It pre- great loss df life may follow if the feud vents consumption and quickly curts is nqt promptly suppressed and order colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, restored. A Cousin of Lieut. Ilobson. la grippe and all throat and lung troubles. Stormes' Drug Store, lm Elizaukthtowx, Ky., June 11. ' Kvcry 3ear we hear the same cry of Lieut. Hobson, whose brilliant achieve"fruit killed."' This year the voice of ment in bottling the Spanish squadthe wiseacre was more vociferous than ron by the sinking of the Mcrrimac in usual, and yet we had an abundance the Santiago harbor has made him of small fruit; the cherry trees are famous, is a cousin of Hon. J. 1'. Hob-soof this place, vh6 is a well known loaded and in some parts of the county peaches arc being picked off to lose Jawyer, and a candidate for judge of the court of appeals. He is also a the burden of the trees. V. C. P, Muir, of the Nora L, the crack mare owned by cousin of Lieut. United States cruiser Detroit Mr. John W. Miller, is in the hands of Charges Asainst Commissioner Scott. fjood trainers in Danville, dud is said to bi in tlie pink of condition; the Skankfort, Ky., Juno W. Charges-havbeen made out and forwarded to jiiarc- won some good races last year, and even better may ho expected of Washington against Internal Revenue her this season. Mr. G. II. Xevius Commissioner Scott for violation of will start with her next week on the the civil service law. The charges are s race for the result of the rounds of the grand circuit. congress in that district, it being alRobMcCarley & piwson and Ii. F. inson have bought and are now re- leged that Scott is taking an offensive ! ceiving in this county about 2,500 part in the fight against Evans. spring lambs at prices ranging from Doing Their Best. S3 to .r0 per head. The lambs this Fkaxkfort, Ky., June 11. Gov.' season are unusually good, averaging Bradley," who has been making a vigorfrom SO to ub pounds. They are being ous kick because tlic Kentucky troops' rapidly put qn the market and Gar- have not been paid, received a telerard county lambs are considered gram from Adjt. Gen. Corbin Friday among the best of the season. night. stating that every effort was beWe arc informed many of the fields ing made for the prompt payment of of wheat, the prospects of which was all the troops. so flatteriuy, are now more or less inLconatus is Dead. fected with smut, and would suggest Lexington. Ky.. June 13. The 16-as the best method foriandling such fycar-olbrown stallion Lconatus died" crops is to let it stand until what we Friday night at Runnymcde farm in call "dead ripe" bpfore harvesting, Bourbon countj Leonatus was a won-- , and either thresh from the shock or derful race horse in his htack it when the wheat is thoroughly form, and has been at the head of Clay dry as well as the atmosphere, and in &. Woodford's establishment for sevthis way make it merchantable. eral years. , The farmers are feeling the effect of Recruiting-the battle of Manila; there is where Bakbouiiville, Ky., Jnno 13. Lieut we got all our sisal binder twine, and tX A. Tinsely, of Troop A, Kentucky as the port of Manila is closed, as far cavalry, and Private Ed Dishman came as commerce is concerned, the supply on from Chickamauga to enlist 25 men of this commodity, is, of course, cut to fill the troop which was gotten up' off, and we arc dependent upon the here. Lieut Tinsley reports the boys amount now in this country, conse arc all satisfied and have received uniquently binder twine is noj way forms. above par; at this time last year sisal Troops to Protect Blanks. twine was quoted at 0c per lb., now it Fkaxkfort, Ky., June 10. Gov. is 10c a 11c and rising at the rate of lc Bradley will send troops to May field per day; however, if wheat readies to protect Bob Blanks, the Negro the goal to which all farmers look for- rapist from a mob, during his trial ward, namely, SI per bushel, what will next week. Blanks is under arrest in he care for a few paltry cents differ- LoHisville, having been qapturcd and ence in the price of his twini? returned from Illinois. kiNCOLX Items. Chas. Dawes bought Ijauatlc Hang Himself. of Mrs. Martha Martin a bunch of Lkxixotox, Ky., June 13. Rev. J. B. shoats at Sc. Albert 15. Florence Richardson, aged 40, from Powell" bought of Dr. C. A- - Cox his horse and county, committed suicide in the Eastbqggy for S150. Dan Holdam sold to ern Kentucky lunatic asylum by hang.1. T. Terry, of Livingston, a bunch oi ing with a towel? He had been an inbutcher cattle at 3 Thomas Ba- mate of the suicidal ward since last ker bought in Boyle and Washington October. counties a bunch of calves at 9 to $11. Fattic in Church. W. M. Mathcny has sold a lot of corn Lexixotox, Ky., June 13. The ceilat his crib at S3. 25. A. S. Ball 'sold a ing in Catholic fell lot of hogs to Richard Cobb, Jr., at 3 while G St Peter'smass was church celo'clock being Holtzclaw abld to James L ebrated Sunday mornjng, slightly inHamilton a calvalry horse for 80. M. juring several persons and causing a fc. Baughman and A. C Dunn bought ' panic. in the mountains 15 aged work mules Goes as Captain. at 55. T. G. Nunnelley bought of R. Lexixotox, ,Ky., June 14. H. Cooper yesterday a pair of yearling Capt Gordon Voorhies left Monday night marc mules for S110. JoarnaL Mkiicku Items. D. N. Nichols got a for Chickamauga, having been assignnickle a pound for his lambs. G. W. ed to the- 3d corps, under Gen. Wade. Robinson sold his growing wheat at Capt A'oorhics was formerly lieutenant in the army and resigned a year or HQ cents. A. Sanders bought Al growing wheat crop at 83 cents. so ago. B. F. Sanders Sc Co., bought Dr. s Will Not Raise the Price. and George Robinson's lambs at Louisville, Ky., June 14. The beer from 2 3.4 to 5 cents. G. W. Robinson brewers of this city held a meeting and sold fifty-on- o cattle to B. decided not to raise the price pf beer Vt Sanders at 81 per hundred, to be on account of the increased revenue delivered between October 20 and No- tax on the beverage. vember 15. C. F. Webb shipped" a double-deckof lambs to Louisville, a First Regiment Left tor the SoutM. few days ago, and sold them for SC. 10. Louisvjllb, Ky.4 June 1L The 1st He bought them at $4.50. Also sold a regiment, Kentucky volunteers load of hogs at 84. 10. Auctioneer J. J. (Louisville Legion) broke camp at LexMcGlnnls reports 75 cattle on the mar- ington at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon ket, Monday. Sold 9 yearling heifeis and left over the Cincinnati Southern at 15.10, per head; 10 heifers $13.30; 2 for Chickamauga, whbre they will arcows for $10.50 and $21.75; anotheer rive at 4 o'clock Saturday morning. for same $26.25; one mare and mule The regiment is 1,350 strong and under colt, both at $45; 1 horse, $21.75; 1 maie the command of Col. John B. Castle-maS32.50; 1 ten year old mare, $13.85; and It is the only volunteer' regl a pair of goats and little wagon foe $3. ment in the Unittxl States recruited up to Hs foil strength under the recent n 2 sows, each with ten pigs, were order of the war department, at $39.50. Democrat. . Baker-HowarBaker-Howare Todd-Evan-' d ( Lit-ecy- 's Pow-eU'd n. vith-draw- Kcho of a Bridge Disaster. Louisvils.k, Ky., June 15. The of the Louisville and Jefferson-villjbridgv of Dwmber 15, 93, when many Jives and much property were lost, was recalled Tuesday .afternoon by a big damage suit which went to trial in the common picas court Tho No Further Trouble Anticipated. by the Phoenix Bridge Co. Lonixct Dei'ot, Ky., June 14. No suit is the C. & O. Four further trouble is reported at Man- against the BigS'25,000 and Co., damages being chester. The Bakers nro expected to Railroad come to town Monday, aud a serious asked. to tin- TriMiift tinvo is anticipated. The report that London Dei'ot, Ky., June 15. Carl Judge Brown has made a second call for troops is absolutely false, as'lS the O. Allen and I!ob Baker, who are cond feud, sur great number of stories about the cerned in the making rendered to the troops Monday. Col. leaders of the factions They are sensible and Forrester had sent them word that unthroats. determined men and known that un- less they came in the troops would be der the circumalanccs it would be sent after them, al the same time asbhecr foolishness to make threats. suring them ample protection. They are quietly waiting to strike the Troop Ordered to Maj lleld. final blow. Business is the dullest it Ky., June 15. Gov. Fjiam;foi:t, has been for many years. The counBradley has ordered Company A of the try people arc staying away. It is re- state guard to go to Maytield to proported tliat men haye been heard to tect Bub BlaiJis, the Negro ravisher, bay that Judge Brown had best keep who is to be tried next week. There inside at night or lie would s be shot. have been si. lynehings in Graves The judge is doing everything possible county in two years and the feeling peace; hopes to close court against Blanks runs high. to kei-without trouble. d's-ast- er e 1 Surrt-iitl.T--s Baker-Howar- INTERESTING ITEMS. Sentei.ced to Death. Lexington, Ky., June 13. The jury in the trial of George A. Portwood for the murder of Richard Purkins, after bing out 19 hours, brought in a verdict of guilty, and fixed the punishment at d.ath. An appeal will be taken at once. Portwood on May 14 shot and killed Richard Purkins, a paralytic saloon keeper, because Purkins had, a year or so ago. had him Insand for disorderly conduct ity was the prisoner's plea. ti WUI Rejoin Ills Company, Owknsiioko, Ky., June 15. Former " '.j:.- - First Sergt Otis Ford has received word from Washington of waiver of physical disabilities and will leave at once to join Company F, 3d regiment at Chickamauga. Three colored cavalry recruits left here for Fort Mcpherson. Federal Court ntI'rankfort Fkankfout, Ky June 15. The June term of the federal court opened here Monday. The jurios were hnpartcJed and the fixing of da tee for trial ol Dr. John A. Larrabee Dead. cases completed. The case of White's Louisville, Ky., June 13. Dr. John executors vs, the Nethcrland Life InA. Lar'rabce, one of Louisville's best surance Co, was set for Monday. known physicians and prominently Karthquakc Sluice nt I'aducah. known in his profession all over the Paijucaii, Ky., June 15. A distinct country, died at his home.in this city Sunday of Bright's disease, a;cd 53 earthquake was felt here and through 0:30 Tues yiXirs. Dr. Larxabcp was a native of out this part of the state at day morning. Iti'Tomo part of the Maine, was a man of wide popularity. He contributed largely to medical Ciy the shock moved dishes and furnijournals add was the author of many ture perceptibly. treatises upon diseases of children. .Tih) Medals Will Be Given. Richmond, Ky., June 15. (J. C; Hall, John D. Taggart's AViil. Louisville, Ky., June 14, The will of Louisville', and W. J. Steincrt, of of the late John D. Taggart, president Versailles, tied for the highest average of the Fidelity Trust and Safety Vault in all studies at Central university. Co., was admitted to probate Monday and two medals will be given instead morning. After some small bequests of one'. Kurt lujuuke at Fulton. he devises that his estate shall be held Fulton, Ky., June 15. A distinct by the trust company until 1902, whan it is'to be divided among his six chil- earthquake shock was felt here at 9:20 dren. Unless his sons show they are o'clock Tncsday morning. qualified to care for their share it is to Another Attack on the Fortifications. bo held in trust for them. Havana, .nine I.j. lucsdny morn- After the Gang. intr two American cruisers and one vKy.v Richmond, June 14. Squire dispatch .boat opened lire against he. Nathaniel Colton lodged in' jail here batteries at the Entrance to the harbor Monday Talbot Gills, James and at Santiago tie Cuba, discharging be George Storj, members of a gang of twecn 50 oir.i DO shots ol different calialleged robbers, who it is believed bre. The batteries at Castillo del Mor- have for several weeks been commit- ro and Castillo de la Socapa answered ting numerous depredations in the the fire and the American warships west end of this (Madison) county. retired. At the Socapa battery three Writs have been issued for other mem- men were slightlv wounded. bers of the gang and officers are now The Transports Have Gone. in pursuit Chicago, June 15. Capt Brady, the Soldiers' Aid Society. Lexington, Ky., June 13." The,Sol-dicr- s' chief censor of the government at Tampa, Fla., telegraphed the Tribune Aid society, an organization formed by leading Blue Grass women, Tuesday night that the transports had began a street canvass for members sailed for Cuba. He was under orders Mond ly. The membership fee is only not to reveal the fact Juntil 24 hours The expe ten cents, and all the money will be after the time of sailing. used to buy clothing for the Kentucky dition consists of 35 transports, con The censortroops. Evcrj'body is eligible. The voyed by 14 war vessels. ship has been raised The Ffrst Ohio ladies expect to raise over infantry has sailed for Cuba, Illamcs a Congressman. Brnce's Successor. Louisville, Ky., June 10. John Columhus, O., June 15. Hon. W. E. Henry Wilson, whose appointment as assistant district attorney was recent- Bundy. district attorney for the southannounced here ly revoked, blames his troubles on Con- ern Ohio district gressman I'ugh. He says he knew of Tucsdav night that Assistant District the effort thaf was being made beforo Attorney Bruce, of Cincinnati, has rethe order of revocation came. Mr. signed to make way for his successor. Mr. Bundy has recommended McPher-so- n Wilson is confident that he will be reBrown, of Miami county, for the appointed in a few weeks. place. New Bank at Sturgl. Will Pass the House. Fbankfokt, Ky., June 11. The Bank Washington, June 15. The house of Sturgis has filed articles of incor- rote on Hawaiian annexation Wednesporation with the secretary of state, day afternoon will show upwards of with $15,000 capital stock. Joseph T. 250 votes in favor of the proposition. and W. W. Pierson, G. C. Jones, II. J. If all the opposition democratic, reWallace and T. A. Lyons are the in- publican and unassorted is present corporators. The Brandenburg Nor- and voting, their aggregate strength mal and High school also filed articles will not exceed 111. of incorporation. Closed a Store. Fish Bone Killed II lm. Marvsville, O., June 15. Sheriff Louisville, Ky., June 14. McCauley Robinson closed up a store in New Stout, a bricklayer, died as .the result Dover Tuesday, owned by Dr. F. A. of having swallowed a flsh bone some Vigor and Clarrissa Vigor, on an exe years ago. The bone lodged in his cution in favor of the United States stomach, and despite a number of op- Real Estate Co. of Marion, for So50. erations for the purpose, could never Knibarklng for Manila. be located. Stout suffered great agony Fjiancisco, June 15. Thirty-fiv- e when he died. hundred soldiers embarked Tuesday on Fatal Quarrel Over Craps. transport steamers which are to take 14. Henry HorinxsviLLE, is them tq the Philippine islands. Pattln and. George nopper became In- generally expected that the fleet It will volved in a quarrel over a game of sail Wednesday. craps Sunday night, when the latter May Make a Bash to the Spanish Coast. drew his revolver and shot Pattin in New Yokk, June 15. A Newport the neck, inflicting' a fatal 'wound. News dispatch quotes a naval officer Hopper escaped and is still at large. as confirming the reports that a new Acquitted of the Charge of Murder. MoitKiiEAi), Ky., June 11. Finley flying squadron is forming there to Tolliver was tried and ncquitted of the make a bold dash on Spain's coast charge of murder of W. D. Minnick Schley will command it. it is said. two years ago, at the term of the cirluucrat customs are most pecu cuit court which closed here Friday liar. At the death of a person the d family inserts a formal evening. announcement in the papers asking Made Ile Iudignant. lor sympathy Louisville, Ky., June 10. Sadie mourning urn" and stating that "he will be exhibited durHumphrey, who had believed her hus- ing certain hours on a special day. In band dead, found Tuesday that he was 'ront of the house where the person alive. Instead of rejoicing she filed died there is placed a little black table, 6uit for divorce against him Thursday. covered with a, black clotn"; on which kito this .the She thought he had abandoned her and stands a black jar. friends and acquaintances of the . died. 'atnjly drop little black margined Insane on His Bridal Trip. visting cards, sometimes with a few Louisville, Ky., June 13. H. Lan-it- words on them. 30 yeavs old, was arrested here Prices Lower than Ever. Sunday night, charged with lunacy. Tailor, made suits at $12.50 to $50. Lanity is from St Louis, where he is employed in a railroad office. He was Satisfaction or no pay. You have paid suits that were not marupd a few days ago and came here $12 for ready-mad- e Brown's as Wanamaker on his bridal trip. While walking past as good $3, and their suitsand $9.50 and at suits at the cathedral Sunday he fell on $11.50 are equal to other $15 suits, behis knees' and began to pray. He de ing and beautiful in design, manded that his wife do likewise. She and finish. The suits at $13.50 and $15 usually sell for $18 and $20, and their refused and he assaulted her. It took $20 is same of quality, such eight men to arrest him. Lanity owes suitssuit theselling for $25. A comusually his insanity to. excessive cigarette parison of goods will prove that you will save some dollars by giving me gmoking. Mrs. Lanity4s your order.' M. D, Huass, Agent, Ky.,-Junblack-edgey, all-woheart-broke- Lieut. n.u.ri.N, of the army, has de signed a torpedo for which the torpedo net of a war shin has no terrors. It does not e.vpioie ttself, but discharge another torpedo at such an angle that the latter dives tinder the net and cx plodes under the ship. During the war tho Germans threw 300,000 shells into only killing 00 Frenchmen, or 500 At shells to kill one Frenchman. Strasburg, in the same war, it took 18 shells to kill every man. And at tho siege of Paris HO.o'jO shells only killed 10" and wounded 209. An old man named George Russel, who has died in Aberdeen, has left The in. property valu.'d at 13,000. yearly terest is to be distributed among the policemen and scavengers of the city, in recognition of kindness done by a local constable to the testator's sister 50years ago. Well preserved flowers discovered of the at Dahsourh, in Egypt, times of the Pharaohs, have just been placed in the Cairo museum. The commonest of these were the white or blue lotus, the red poppy, the leaves and flowers of the pomegranate, of tho saffron and of the crocus. The only prince of thq royal house of Spain who is now ifr active service in Cuba in the cause of his country is Don Antonio, infant of Spata. He ia in the prime of life, being only just 32, and colonol of the ''crack" regiment of hussars, "El Princesa." He is the husband of the Infanta Eulalia. The hump on the back of the dromedary is an accumulation of a peculiar species of fat, whiffh is a store of nourishment beneficently provided against the day of want to whick the animal is often expose The dromedary or camel can exist for a long period upon this hump withput any other food. The River. Jordan makes the trreat-edescent in tho shortest distance of almost anj stream. Women bicj'clists in St Poterdburg arc" ordered by the. police to wear bloomc-r- j or flatiopal dress, as the .wijyl blows too capriciously in Russia's capital for skirt fco bj vvurn w?th decency, Father DokNEY. of Chicago, fthe new chaplain of the Iowa, goes into the navy with the reputation of being tlso most populan nriest in Chieago. He isj not yet o, six leet tail, weighs, over 200 pounds; and is an" 'enthusiastic athlete and a handy man with boxing Franco-German st If it's worth Printing The Twice-a-We- ek Courier-Journ- al ( Will Print It. And every democrat, every republican, every man, wo man or child who can read will want to read it. COURIER-JOUSNATHE TWICE-A-WEEis a democratic paper, of six or eight meres, issued Wednesdav and Saturday of each week. The Wednesday issue prints all the Clean News, and the Saturday issue prints stories, Miscellany, Poetry, all matters of special interest in the home. It is edited hv Henrv Watterson. K Ii TwiceaWeek COURIER JOURNAL and thee: CENTRA LRECOR D BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1.25. All subscriptions under this offer must he sent to The Central Record, Lancaster, Kentucky. gloves. Americans are producing paper cigars-as an article of commerce, and, what is more, are being backed up by. connoisseurs of the fragrant weed. The cigars are prepared from sheets of paper which have been soaked in tobacco juice, and then pressed and cut into the requisite shape by means of specially constructed machinery. Exri:mMKXTS are being made in the Russian army with tall observation towers which may be roadily un jointed and 4tisrrbutcd" among yimenduring-march. In their driiisvith these, squads erf GO men can erect, complete structures in 20 minutes. When not snpplied with the pieces already made, they can, by chopping down a few trees and propijrlf cutting; them, put npa tower of almost the samekind in half an hour. A survey of the powers of Europe shows that fr"om the beginning of the century to the end of 1S9G Turkey had enperienced 37 years of war and 59 of peace; Spain comes next with 31 years of war and C5 of peace; France with 27 years of war and 09 of peace; Russia, 24 years of war and 72 of peace; Italy, 23 years of war and 73 of peace; England, 21 years of war and 75 of 17 and 79; peace; Germany (exclusive of Prussia), 13 and S"J; Sweden, 10 and 80; Portugal, 12 aud Si, and Denmark, 9 and S7. Carlo di Rudini, son of the Italian prime minister, has been winning large sums at Monte Carlo. He is an inveterate gambler, and his father has tried in vain to reform him. He was. started on an exploring trip to Africa, but flipped away at Aden and returned to Monte Carlo with the money for the He was then put up for expedition. the chamber of deputies and elected, but immediately joined the opposition, and made his father buy his vote, whenever it was needed. He is probably the person spoken of as sharing in the recent concession of coal lands made by China to an English and Italian syndicate. in tne English official regulations for 1S9S it is stated that the mean extreme range of the bullet may be taken as about 3,500 yards, although, with a strong wind, 3,700 have been observed. Ihe bullets find their way through joints of walls, unless the walls arc made very fine and set in cement About 150 rounds, concen trated on nearli the same spot, at 200 yards, will break a nine-inc- h brick wall. Rammed earth gives less pi tection than loose. When fired into sand, the bullet is found to be alwavs turned aside after it had entered a lit tle way. The Alabama was ttic first war to be launched in war times in thiscountry for nearly thirty-fiv- e years, and in consequence the. event was uni like the baDtismal ceremonies of other engines of naval destruction and de fense. There were no cheering thousands to witness tho nlnnse as- when die Kentucky and K'earsarge glided from the dock into the water. Only a select-anunostentatious party witnessed Miss Morgan formally bestow name of Alabama upon the trethe mendous hull of what is to be the most powerful battle ships ever de signed for the American navy. Senator Allen, of Nebraska, is determined that his son shall not gcrto war as an officer. If the boy goes at all, he says, it must be as a private, The son, who is 20 years of age, was appointed to a lieutenant colonelcy ol Nebraska volunteers .And has been commissioned for active duty. The senator immediately telegraphed the boy to resign, and was rolucfcantry obeyed. lie will not enlist as a pri- vate in the ranks. Senator Allen says he is not willing that his son shall be given preference over other men because of his political influence. Tub largest proportion of single persons is found in Ireland and Scotland, and the smallest in the United States. In Ireland C7 per cent, in Scotland 65 per cent, but in the United States only 59 percent arc in that con dition. a Austria-Hungar-- Hn Mum Xainc. Address. J II Nelson, Raltlinoie. Md V. HInes, Wintielcl, Tenn Oeorse CowglU it Spencer. Lexington. Ky Perry Crosthwatr, Lexington, Ky J. M. it John Skain Lexington, Ky Margaret Johnson, Louisville. Ky Mollie Slniflson, Lexingrou, Ky Dr. II. P. Cox. Harrodsbnrg. Ky It. F. Johnson, Baltimore. 3Id Dr. W E Bunnister, Lexington, Ky Ross Harrington, Falmouth, Ky D B Gooil.'Lexiugton. Ky Dr A P Taylor. Lexington, Ky M LDowling, Burgiu. Ky John C Hedges, Lexington. Ky E S Itarick, Xicholasville. Ky J H Baker, Lexington. Ly A J Taylor, Lexington. Ky George Copelaud. Lcxingtou. Ky Catherine Lang. Louisville, Ky L U Mlhvaril, Lexington. Ky JIlss Annie Knohle, Lexington. Ky J M A John Sknin, Lexington, Ky C Y Freemon, Lexington Ky J M & John Skain, Lexington, Ky A 8 Bowman. Lexington. Ky Sarah Short. Sacramento. Cal Mrs C X Evans, Ciifijiunati. O Susan Brown, Lexington, Ky Joseph Zirnrelt, Louisxille, Ky Mrs Mary Golden, Lexinglon, Ky Lafon Biker, Harrodsbnrg, Ky W H Ford. Lexington, Ky W II Ford, Lexington. Ky V II Ford. Lexington, Ky II L Stevens, Lexington, Ky F H Norton", Lexington, Ky B E Adkins, Lexinglon, Ky E L Hauin, Lexington, Ky Maggie Smith, Lexington, Ky Mrs M G Hutchinson, Lexington, Ky J D Vurccll, Lexington, Ky J V l'urcell, cLxiugtou, Ky R B Itutlgr, Harrodsbnrg, Ky Edward Woodford, N Middlcton, Ky Kmil Ithardt, Xicholasville. Ky Allen B Hawkins, Lexington, Ky M N Peacock, Georgetown, Ky W L Richmond. Lexington. Ky Ed Laily, Lexington, Ky Dr. R. B. Cassedy, Le Grange, Ky William Watson, Louisville, Ky 0 S Williams, Burgiu, Ky J C Thompson, Lancaster. Ky Kato S Brown, 'Lexington, Ky 'Kate S Brown. Lexington, Ky Kate S Brown, Lexington, Ky Ktttie M Feenv, Lexington, Ky Jeorge G Curl, Gcorgettin, Ky R T Collins. Georgetown, Ky Harry McCarty, Nlcnolasville. Ky McFerran Crow, Versailles, Ky Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington,.. Stookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky Shookum Guteh Pool. Lexington. Ky Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky wMn Co., OF LEXINGTON, KY. 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SXOi S.50. v jsia, Constipation and Indigestion. Regulates tho Liver. Price,, 25 cts. rlllHIvl Shoaknm Gulch Pool, Lexington. Ky". Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky Shookum Gnleh Pool, Lexington, Ky J C Thompson, Lancaster, Ky Miss Tho Hemphill, Lancaster, Ky Milton Johnson, MaysviUe, Ky John T Shelby, Lexington, Ky 7.. John R Allen, Lexington, Ky John R Allen, Lexington, Ky W W Quinn, Xicholasville, Ky..... 3 V Fry. Lexington. Ky Geo W Fitzgorland, Georgetown, Ky J H Baker, Levtngton, Ky 1 U Baker, Lexington, Kv ,. J H Baker, Lexlngtou, Ky Johnson Sc Xclson, Baltimore, Md John Lowry.Xewport Xews, Va A. F. Campbell, Fortress Monrpe, Va Wm II Arriugdala, Xewport Xews, Va D B Good, Lexington, Ky White estate, Lexington, Ky Good &. Co.! Lexington, Ky A L Marshall Lcxlugton, Ky Dr David Bennett, Lexington, Ky WD Finch, Danville, Ky 4. W D Flitch, Danville, Ky A L Marshall, Lexington, Ky Lulie Sible, Louisville, Ky D B Good. Lexington, Ky Johnson, Xclson, & Co., Lcxiligton, Ky Profits over cost. ir.n 17.44 17,11 17.41 K50 850 8X0 8X0 8X0 8X0 CXO 17.lt 17.41 17. II 15.00 12X7 12X7 12X7 12X7 12 57 12X 12X7 12X7 12X7 32X7 12X7 12X7 1K2.0O 7... .r. ."V. 6X0 6X0 6X0 6X0 6X0 X0 6j.-6X0 '.V. exo .... 6X0 .... 6x7 .... ;.5o .... 46X0 .... 46X0 .... 12X0 .... 46X0 .... 45X0 .... 45XJ .... 42X0 .... 42X0 .... 45X0 44X0 f 1,164 00 132.00 1!fci.00 129.00 129.00" 120.(50 . 120.00 129.00 l26.0a $3,916,05 Printing. Bring us your Job .&252.6ft A. SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary