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Pr 1 I 1 VOItUMB IX Entered at the Ogee in Lancaster Sy Q8 Second Olasa I enttatyPost 3iacccr- NVDIR1 R r2 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDKAM Cuf Public Square and Danville Avenue t Binner Twine Harv till Ma chin oil U CHAMPION MOWERS J R HASELDEN Lancaster Ky F s I i e Col Stanford W G Welch W I Williams Lancaster Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY All business attended- to promptly WII YLH vLI11 S BEAZLEYBAUHIAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky BAL nNG e LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 24 1898 IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER I r O OOCOCCl OOOClOOO O OQ iq OOOCOOOCIOOCIClOOO 004000b0000004C00t o0008040000400 00C0a0COG9CC44S904 We print statements Best binder twine always on hand at Gaines v Take advantage of our CourierJour nal otTer Iws great At Wholesale Cost A full line of Dummjrs Simple at C D Powells 3t The toll gate guards have been dis charged from duty and collection of toll goes on uninterruptedly Prof Gowen has our thanks for a bucket of excellent cherries They were of the large yellow variety and made pie that was fit for the gods Just Sixteen THE RECORD is under obligations to Mrs Rosalind Nesbitt of Mt Vernon for a copy of her new song bearing the above title The song is very and is growing quite popular Work House Ready Rica Benge has been placed in charge of the work house and moved with his family into the new building on Stanford street this week He will run it as it should b and make a good officer Diplomas of Graduation Superintendant Lusk requests TIlE RHCOKD to again announce that an examination of those desiring certifi cates of graduation from the common schools will bs held in her office next Thursday the 80th Candy Kitchen Mr J S Elminston of Crab Orch ard has rented the room formerly used for the post office and opened a candy kitchen lie has quite a repu tation on his candies and will doubt less do a good business here Win your battles against disease by When taken early it prevents cousump tion And in later stages it furni About May 13 from my place 3 miles from Lancaster on New Danville pike one red heifer with black stripes half alderny about year and a half old Any information thankfully re ceived Mrs Mary A Sutton 3t Lancaster Ivy I pretty CoughCure DrugStoreStrayed or Stolen i Sam Jones at High Bridge July Buy your boards an1 shingles at S Morgans The best two horse wagon on the market at G S Games i New Railroad and war map of Cuba and the worid only 15c J C Thomp Bargains in glasware now on exhi bition in Thompsons window only 10 cents a Dont fool away your time but take a good trip like the C O advertises elsewhere in todays RECORD Eggs fa Hatching From prize wining Black Minorca 15 eggs for SlOD TL L Elkin The Cyclone of Low Spot Cash prices on groceries will strike Lancas ter about Wednesday when the great Blue Grass Grocery will open their 54th retail store in Thompson block For a pleasant and profitable trip take in the C O Washington and Eastern cities advertised elsa where in 1 HE RECORD It will pay one to go on a this kind as you can see something worth seeing Notice to Taxpayers Taxes arc now due the City and all are respectfully requested to pay same at once The penalty will soon be ad it will ba to your interest to pay your tax nowE WALKER M C L Held to Answer Win Wren who was arrested on the charge of tollgate raiding had a hear ing Friday and was held to the grand jury in the sum of S530 which was The getekeeper Terriil swore point blank Wren was the fellow who shot at him Remember This When the good ladies sent the box to our soldier boys at Chickamauga the express company simply wiped them off the earth so to speak with the enormous charges made It has been very wisely suggested that of sending such heavy boxes that each parcel be wrapped in heavy paper or pasteboard and then placed in one woo ea box This will save much to the individual shipper and be ways safer rd son tripof dedand given instead apiece C C tri to along of Pairs SampleShoes In order to clean up this lot of Samples we offer the entire lot for 250 Dont miss this op portunity to buy shoesf 50 t These are First Class Goods= = bought of the MasonCobb Co Auburn Maine who failed ago at big discount price of these goods 4 450 5 and 6 sometime Regular i S We are offering a big lot of odds and ends in Ladies Misses Childiens Oxfords from 50c to 125 f Weather Clothing WE have Everything in this line tn keep you cool Crash suits 25D tn 5 Large linE all wnnl Crash suits Z5D Blue Serge Coats andVests 350 to 450 Hot i Black and i STRAW HATS ALL ALL PRICES STYLES t See our New line of Pearl Hats at 150 and 250 The Latsst out Hot Weather Underwe a i fromSOcts to 2 a suit ROBINSON r LOGAN at L Itc t 1 h 3- ii i I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn Headquarters for Deering Binders Mowers andthrTJshing machines at G 25 to cent saved on the dol lar a good dial to you at the Blue Grass Grocery Pair gold glasses on Publi Square Thursday Bring to this office and reware I will be in my gallery in the Thomp son will continue all the week Come and have your picture taken A J Eirp Photographer of Stan forJ Ky Dr Penny has raised a com cavalrymen at Stanford and hopes to get in on the next call If he can lien Spaniards with the rapidity with which he yanks teeth the war will not last long Doc gets start Arc Our Men Cowards Lieut Morton Gaither anti Sergt Stair of the Second ICtntucky Ilegi ment were here this week endeavor itig to enlist more men for the rcgi went They got two men This looks pretty bad when we consider the umber of ablebodied men who have nothing whatever to prevent their e listing The Lancaster company twentyfive men Transportation and everything is furnished Back to Iegyism For some unaccountable reason the mail is not now thrown off Saturday nights train Postmaster West tells THE RECORD he does not know why unless its sufficient demand never been marls for the mail Ninetenths of the patrons of the Lan caster office want this mail and it should be put off Because three or four wouldbe moguls dont want mail is no reason why the should be kept out of theirs Opening Ball The grand opening ball at Crab Or chard Springs will be given this Thursday evening Mr Hofmann the popular manager writes THE KKC orn to extend a cordial invitation for all friends here abouts to tonne over The resort has undergone a thorough overhauling and this season will be the banner one A lovely sum mer resort than Crab Orchard Springs nets not exist Too Much Tuxes A meeting of the stockholders of the Farmers Bank Trust Co Stanford has been called to consider the ability of the institution going into liquidation In speaking of the the Interior Journal says tax the bank will have to will be not less than 750 and the State county and municipal will run the amount to 5150125 Uhs with the other expenses foot up 5SS5i 25 which will have to be made bafoivi a dividend is considered The Alpha Mrs Lyd a Murphy who resides at Hammack showed us a copy of the Alpha a paper published in Lancaster in the year 1877 The Alpha was put lished by Armp B Elkin and judg ing from the liberal advertising mat ter in its columins enjoyed a gocd pat ronage It contains the names of many citzens who although dead and gone are still well remembered by our elder citizens Mr Elkin the C editor is now filling a prominent posi ton in the CourierJournal job print ing department at Louisville Stanford Contest Although the rains descended and the floods came a large crowd attend ed the contest at Stanford Friday night The prize was won by Miss Ilallie Hopper Kirltey of Cincinnati Menefee of Stanford getting second Bro Joe Waters writes us that Miss Kirtley has been attending the Cincin nail College of Music Her home however is in Greenville Texas She hasin the last several years in three contests in the large cities of the West and won the medal on ever Low hates to Washiiigtofa D C anti Eastern Cities On account of the meeting of the National Educational Convention at Washington D C July 8th to 15th the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry will sell round to Washington from all stations in Kentucky on July 3rd to 6th inc at one fare plus for the round trip good to return until July 15ih and subject to extension of until August 31st by deposit tickets with the Joint Agent in Washington on or before July 12th This is your opportunity to visit New York and the seashore Lowrate side trips can be made from Washington to Old Point Comfort and Seashore The Chesapeake and Ohio Ry has two limited Vestjbuled trains each way daily without change Its ery is its train service unequalled and is several hours from Central Kentucky points than socilled Official Routes via Cincinnati A glance at the map will convince you Avoid delays and changes by taking the Cheasapeake and Ohio trains sleeping car reservation or any information write or call on Ticket Agent or GEO W BARNEY Div Pass Agt Le5ington Ky it S Gaines 5 means Lost get Yon panyof after cd s Sunday majority there ad vie thc W3r PlY participated occasion 52 00 an tim i Philadelphia tI unsurpassed quickest For t ti per ana need because kris mater trip ticleh ng scene all your hd d t the ful iso ing Ch ies Buy ice from Northeott and it will be delivered daily To save cost call and settle with J SWEEXEY Every body is happy because the Blue Grass Grocery Co will open a Store about Wednesday ToNight The Baptist church will give a lawn party and social at the residence of Dr Herring to night Thursday Go and thus help a noble cause Given The Ilaward Tailoring company will give a 3 hat with every suit of clothes sold to July jjl M D HUGHES Agt New war books with maps history of Cuba Porto Rico Phillippines Ha vans Harbor West India Islands and a large map of the world all for 20 C2ts at J Thompsons Bob Moore of LaFayette Ind says that for constipation he has fund De Witts Little Early Risers to be per feet They never gripe Try them for stomach and liver troubles Stormes Drug Store lin Play ran Reds vs Washingtqn Cincinnati Sunday June 20 Queen Crescent Ask Ticket Agents for particulars W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati O Excursion ritual low rates from City farmers Head This Our information is that the present wheat crop is more or less infected with smut What causes smut will bi the question asked so often but no satisfactory answer The important thing now the best method of smutty wheat First harvest it when dead ripe and thresh from shock or stack it when perfectly dry In stacking wheat contaminated with smut will sugoest sprinkling of fine lime every two or throe rounds it will answer three purposes 1st will prevent weevil 2nd will destroy smut smell 3rd have a tendency to dry or harden the smut bill For convenience u e a burlap sack put a pets or half bushel fine lime in by striking it on the wheat the lime win sift out in sufficient quantity This takes but little time but will save you money and probably make your wheat mel chautable In stacking wheat where there is no smut sprin kle salt every two or three rounds in stacking it is a sure preventive of and leaves the straw rick in fine ccnlition for cattle but under no cir cumstances use salt where there is smut as the tendency of salt to mois ture would be detrimental to smutty wheat We are pleased to announce to our friends and customers we are in the wheat trade and quest that you re prices and will ba consistent in prices and will be governed daily by the markets for legitimate business H A B MARKSBUKY Sox Tli3 presentation of the silver water service by the Womans Christian Tern penance Union to Miss Christine took place Monday afternoon at executive mansion at 3 oclock Mrs Beauchamp President of the W T U made the introductory well chosen and touching words on the choice of the fair young woman in christening the ship with water and introduced CoL Bun who spoke standing in front of the beauti present which bore the following inscription Womans Christian Union of Kentucky to Miss Christine Bradley as a to her for to conviction in christening the Kentucky water larch 20 At the conclusion of Col Dams speech Miss Bradley arose arid turn to Col Bain responded as follows sincerely thank the Woman Temperance Union for this the spirit which in spired your action is of far greater val ue than the handsome The cause in which you are enlisted makes it the cause of humanity and being so with it the blessing God If action in christening the Kentucky should stay the march of alcohol if it should be instrumental in saving the life of one of our brave sailors or prevent one tear from coursing down check of wife or mother I am more than repaid A handsome dinner was served to the guests and visitors Royal is tho highest grade finking powder j boW Actual tests show it goesoae Briber thai ear otkerbrattb G C Junction handling weevil r promise Present far Bradley t n 10yaLt battleship I carries or T1ae third OVAl E Notice Affray Miss Bradley address u I POWDER Pure ROYAL POWDER co NEW bAii1GV AYsolYtNy 6AtttMiY YORI- fwf TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION We are making special low prices on some lines of f goods to reduce stock 1 US Line n 36 INCH PERCALS at sc yard 1 Grenadines aacl silk linings for less than value Patterns worth 60c per yd will close at 35c 75c 50c 90e 60c 100 68c 125 u 78c SPECIAL VALUES IN r ff1 Y l1tfil1f1tf1 rf1frVr fr rr1 ff I ATTENTION I cg Q Handsome JI 00 C JI a I in I I IIllD rt rr Fancy nr Goml eo 0 gH H E gCeo LAWNS11 illn n U1i fi dHk Ii I E I rst P 1 i 4 f 4dii 4004OO8GOOfiWC4444404vo49c0008Gi3483 0 8o o- ds a9 t- ro a nom ooeb ccbpocoeo ctLo Go q a- Vc are akill bi cut P mow 0 m t 55 t t Lt i It C ati t L I Bililitios Pans THE0 J1 JA JA1 JA fitnOGn i Mm d dA d l Al J A J j S The Blue Grass Coming The Blue Grass Grocery Co has Mrs N A Thompson her large store room on Richmond street ware etc This will be the fityfourth store the company has in Kentucky Ohio and Indiana They began this business about four year ago and it is now no experiment but an fact They buy goods by the car load and thus get greatly reduced figures Their sole aim is to please thier customers and give them the best goods for the least money The store will be managed by Eph P Brown Buckeye Fishing Club One of those enough to tells TIlE RECOKD that the big time he ever knit was with the Buckeye Fishing Club last week This club meets every year and what they do not have to tempt the appetite is not worth having Wednesday was ladies day about one hundred people being present To use our inform ants language they put the big pot into the little one The Great never made better people than those living in Buckeye and nothing affords them more pleasure than to do something whereby they will add to the happiness of friends Death ofKd Sparks Lancaster friends were greatly pained on learning of the death of Sparks which cccured at Nich olasvtlle Sunday night Mr Sparks was a nephew of Mrs Margaret Marrs of this city and was a frequent to our town In early life he spent much time here and was a general avorite among the young people He has been connected with the firm of Cogar Co at Danville for and resided there until a few weeks ago when broken health him to return to his former home in Nicholasville It would be diffi cult to find a more congenial and clev erhearted boy was Ed Sparks To know him was to be fond of him twentynine years of age he had been engaged in business for quite a while and enjoyed a Jrepif tation for splendid qualification strict honesty and fair dealings lie was married about eight years ago to Miss Eunice Hamilton a lovely and Nicholasville girl who with a sweet little daughter is left to mourn his loss Lancaster friends ex tend heartfelt sympathies to them in this their great bereavement services were held after noonand the remains interred in thel rentedof putin established f tunate attend Edwin visitor sometime forced Althoughonly accom- plisHed Funeral Nicholasville cemeTery Lancaster est Creator C than COMPANY DRY GOODS 40 UJ1UU UHHUdUJiUU her Sam Jones Rev Sam Jones has been appear at High Bridge on July 3rd As this great mans time is engaged for a long time ahead it is doubtful if the people of Central Kentucky will have another opportunity of hearing a highly moral plane and is the ideal spot to go to for rest recre ation and picasare No rough arc permitted near the grounds and those attending arc assured a pleasant and profitable trip Mrs Emma Buford Bristow has absolute the grounds and meeting It is hoped many of her old Lancaster friends and acquaintances A Merited Compliment Many teachers who attended the ex spoke in the highest terms of Miss Elisa Lusk the superintend ent One lady told a RECORD that she had attended exao inations under the last four superin tendents by two in Indiana and also stood the state examinations but none had been as systematic or as carefully conducted as was the one recently held by Miss Lusk And here Tim RKCOKD desires to say that it has nev er been more courteously treated by any officer than it has by Miss Lusk When some people are given an office they immediately think the newspa pea and the public too have no right to ask for information but the pres ent superintendent is free from any such fool ileas Marriage of Old Phil Capt Phil B Thompson and Mrs Allie W Davis were united in mar riage at the brides home in Ilarrods burg last week The ceremony was performed by President John Aug Williams the parlor being well filled with relatives of the bride and close friends of both parties The groom who is seventyseven years of ago dressed in the conventional broad cloth suit looked much younger and the bride who is just forty and a fine looking lady looked very attractive in a blue tailormade traveling cost rime with hat to match After being showered the congratulations of those present the couple took a landau for Burgin and went thence to Cincin nail for a brief honeymoon Captam Thompson is one of the foremost law yers in the state He is a Mexican and Confederate veteran and those who witnessed the happy event yesterday were three of wircomrades Messrs T R Phelps J C Robinson and Edwin who start ed from New Orleans to Mexico in Capt Thompsons company just fifty two years ago yesterday of Democrat engaged- to CampGroundductedon characters controlof willattend with animation representative f 3 biz z- v r t CENTRAL RECORD IOVIS JiANDRiir Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY A I J EVERY WJY TERMS ONE YFAB in ADVANCE 100 Six MONTHS 50 THREE 25 f FRIDAY June 24 FOIl CONGRESS to announce lIon JAMES B McCREvnv of Madison county a candidate for Congress In the 8th Congressional District subject to the action of the Democratic party THOMPSON We announce J D Thompson a candidate for renomination by the party for Representative In Con cress from this the 8th district NOTHING of importance has transpir ed in the war situation since our last issue save the arrival of the American soldiers off Santiago It took the transports exactly six days to make the trip from Port Tampa to Santiago They anchored twenty miles out at the suggestion of Admiral Sampson who wanted if possible to keep their arri val unknown to the Spaniards until all arrangements for landing had been completed Within fi teen minutes af ler Admiral Sampson and Major Gen hatter had met they were on their way to Acerraderos about twelve miles west of Santiago where they lande and went a mile inland for a onfercnce with Gen Garcia Geni Siiafter seems determined to lose no time lIe vetoed the naval plan which called or further investigation of landing places He opposed delay anl guided by Gen Garcias knowl- c ige of the country formed his plans landing He expects to have San tinge at his mercy within a week No Spanish war ships were seen during the voyage More troops ill be dis patched to Santiago immediately and judging from the manner in which our officers are going at their work they mean to wage the war to the bitter end Before our readers receive another copy of Tim RECORD many desperate battles will have been fought Our men know the dangers from fever and the heat consequently they will make every shot count and fight like demons in order to bring the war to a close nnd get away from Cuba The fore going is the exact situation to date boiled down to fit our limited space old saying Too many oooks spoil the broth has been cloarly borne out in this war The trouble with getting our army in shape has all been caused by having too many bosses messing with Gen Miles and old figurehead Alger secretary of war have been making faces at each other for a week or so and matters have ben delayed in order to give them a chance to spat at oneanother The army would have been all right and had the war ended long ago hall it not been for a gang of figure heads at Washington who wanted to rub berneck into every proposed move It would be a great blessing if some fifty or a hundred heads of depart meats could le dumped into the sea GOY issued a proc lamation and it is sincerely hoped that the people of Kentucky will do all in their power to comply with its The proclamation in full is as follows To the People of Kentucky While your sons are going and have gone to the front at the risk of health and life to defend the honor of the flag the murder of their brethren and assist the let families behind them who need and deserve your attention- It is suggested that organizations be formed in every county of the state for the purpose of looking after the Jpved ones of the soldiers and that immediate steps should be taken in this matter W O BRADLEY Tint League of American was in session at Lexington this week The object of the League is not stated in the lengthy reports but we presume its an zation without which the peoule of this country could not exist The papers tell of how each rider train ed for the races the time he made etc Now this would not look out of place if Uncle Sam was not sorely in need of the services of these strapping fellows just at this time Any man who cm devote four to eight hours a day to training for a bicycle race ought to be made to shoulder a musket and go to the front WHILE the authorities are killing time trying to figure out plans they will be personally bane fitted politically our brave boys have been almost roasting alive on the big bat tle ships in Cuban waters The ships stripped for action are nothing but iron and steeL The baking sun down as it does there make them a veritable helL If some of the pow ers that be could be placedin the of our sailors for awhile it would bring about the jogging up which the Washington government so badly needs MEMBERS of Louisville Legion have their noses turned up at Bradley because the latter had a lot of old guns etc taken from their armory and returned to Frankfort The Legion Is a good organization but the citizens of Louisville have petted the boys until they are very much liko a lot of spoiled children As Sam now has these fellows under his control he will doubtless turn them across his lap and spank out some of their tenyearold ideas HON JOHN S UREA has been inatcd for congress in his district and M are authorized Democratic r for Trw u forgotten Wheel- men published organ i whereby coming position the Governor Uncle 1s0 n affairs liliADLEi Monday requests Z r nom t it ci he will have no opposition We do not care a blank whether he is for silver gold womans rights or what not hes a fair square man nud will stand by his friends John Rhea is one of the very few politi cians who will not lie to you Ires our friend and we hope he will have smooth sailing back into his scat in nON DAVE Cotsox will yet yet to wear colonels straps and lead a regi meat of Kentuckians Gov Bradley has been notified that the fourth Ken tucky regiment will be organized and orders for its mobilzatiou are expect ed at any moment The companies are already organized and ready to move immediately to Lexington and be sworn in They are all from east ern Kentucky AT the close of this war Dave Colson ought to keep his regiment in fighting trim to use on John D White He has toothed the old codger with most every other weapon but the latter in variably comes back Probably a standing regiment will keep the Crest ed Jayhawker off Daves poor bones Tim count to date shows that every town in the United States has a boy with Dewey at Manila If all these stories were true there would be more boys at Manila than could be the of the entire American navy THKUK is enough display type in the average daily papers headliens to set a jack bill for every mule in the American army Tim Spanish gunners shoot with about the same accuracy with which the Louisville base ball club bats Bad management keeps more poor circumstances than any other one cause To be successful one must look ahead and plan ahead so that when a favorable opportunity itself he is ready to take advan of it A little forethought will also save much expense and valuable time A prudent and careful man will keep a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house the shiftless fellow will wait compels it and then ruin his best horse going for a doctor and have a big doctor bill to pay bo sides one pays out 25 cents the other is out a hundred dollars and then won ders why his neighbor is getting rich er while he Is getting poorer For sale by R E McRoberts 1m MARKSBURY N II Bogie reports business fair B F Robinson bought of H D Al dridgc 23 lambs at Cc per Ib They av eraged 80 pounds Rev T H Coleman of Burgin de livered two excellent sermons at the Fork Sunday one at 11 a m the oth er at 4 p m N II Bogie and wife spent Sunday with his sister Mrs B F Vanarsdall at Burgin Mrs U P Leslie of Mon tans and Miss Amanda Maupin of Shelbyville left Wednesday for their different homes Rev T 1L Coleman and wife of Burgin visited the fami lies of Messrs T L Herring and T T Pollard Sunday and Monday Mas ters Joe Aldridge and Horace Denton of Brcdheacl were the guests of Thad die Aldridge last week Mrs Sallie Fox and Miss Mary Brent attended the contest at Stanford Friday night and were the guests of Dr OBannon and family Mrs Sam Hughes and children accompanied by Miss Jennie B Powell of Danville are spending several days with Mrs N H Bogie Miss Margaret Wilkerson of Louis ville is visiting her friend Mrs Wm Anderson at the home of the latters parents Mr and Mrs B Kemper Mr and Mrs A J Chesnut and Messrs J A Boner of Danville and J T Chesnut of Boyle spent Sunday with Mr J C Boner Dr and Mrs Amon and Miss Jennie Gulley of MaCreary visited Mr and Mrs Wm Lear Tues day Mrs Katie Aldridge of Lanczs ter is spending several weeks with her son H D Aldridge and visiting friends in this community Mrs M G Aldridge and little daughter Irene of Brodhead visited friends here last week T Mr John Kevins editor of the Press rowa Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy in my family for years have recommended it to hundreds of others and have never known it to fail in a single instance Female by R R McRoberts 1m STONE Most everybody finished setting tobacco last week Elder B F Neal of Winchester filled his regular appointment at Scotts Fork Sunday Wheat is ripe and harvest is in full blast in this locality it is thought to be extra good this season W H Land and son delivered their lambs to Mr Miles of Nicholasville the latter part of last week at 5 cents per pound Lemon Teater sold a nice cow to Frank Bourne last week at 30 He also bought another cow in this at 3 35 per hundred T L Saunders deivered his lambs to B F Robinson last week at 5 cents per also sold him an extra s yearling steer at 825 Mrs Millie Brown and Mrs Alice Ray of Buckeye were the guests of Mrs J Cronley Broaddus and wife visited the family of T L Saunders last Sunday Last week Misses Stella Broaddus of McCreary and Norma Stone were the guests of Miss Mattie Saun ders Mrs Samuel Allen of ton is visiting the family of Mr and Mrs j j I I r IMIir ill congress out placed- on shipS peoples presents untilnecessity Anthon says I have used fifteen ound free age neighborhood Lezin Planters CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic Neuralglaand Toothache in five minutes Sour Stomach and Bummer Complaints Price 25 Cents PR DAVID LOGAN Gallant Soldier and Beloved Gentleman Passes Peacefully Away Dr M D Logan died at lis home near Danville Saturday morning about five oclocc Dr Logan was remarkably good health through life and it was not until within the last year or two that he Jbegan to fa 1 Several times during the last three months his considered be dangerous but about two weeks ago he took a change for the better This only lasted a short while and two days before the end came he bigan to sink rapidly He was ailLcted with a diseases peculiar to men of his age Dr Logan was perhaps the most man in Central Ken tucty He was born in Marion count ty Ky January 8 1823 His father Beatty Logan was of the pioneer When a young man he enlisted in Col McKees regiment for the war and served with distinction Later he read medicine under Dr Huff blessedwith conditions t complication- of widely mown families Mexican wa I I to if of It man at Stanford graduated in 1S50 at Jefferson Medical College lIe immediately located in out of the civil war He entered the Confederate army and was elected Captain of company I Forrests and was captured at Fort Donel son After he was exchanged he was assigned to Morgans command being the senior Captain in Ganos regiment Dr Logan captured in the famous Ohio raid and remained along time at Columbus 0 but was exchanged be fore the close of the war It would be folly for this poor pen attempt a eulogy upon the life of one so grand noble and so pure ae was Dr Logan His praises are sung by the lips of every one rich poor saint and sinner who had the of his acquaintance Holy Writ tells us that none are without sin but Uncle Dave had any corruption in him no one on this earth ever hat cause to know it He was a of the truest type He was one the very few men who believed in and carried out doing unto others as you would have others do unto you is customary when a prominent man dies to write a long obituary and recall his good deeds In this case it is not at all necessary to follow this custom The people knew Dr Logan well and nothing the most gifted writer could pen or the most eloquent speaker utter could add one iota to his pure sweet life His mem ory will always be cherished He was one man against whom absolutely nothing detrimental could be said He deep sympathy for ihe and an utter contempt for He was blessed with an of this worlds goods but unlike the majority of rich men was ever ready and glad to relieve the wants and necessities of those in need His acts of kindness were not proclaimed from the housetops His favors were in a quiet way Dr Logan did not belong to any church though he more Christ ike life than a great majority of thXose whose names are upon church rolls In Dr Greens remarks at the grave he said that twelve years ago Dr Logan wished to malls a public profession of his faith in Christ but was troubled by certain doctrinal difficulties of which his mind could not be relieved but he never lost his interest in the matter Recently he said to him that he had made a mistake in allowing anything to prevent his making such a as would let all the world know his true principles and requested him to state for the comfort of his friends and as his last testimony to the truth that for years he had been a believor in Christ that he died in that faith and that his dying regret was that he had not when in health made this public confession The largest crowd ever assembled in Danville on a similar occasion the remains to the cemetery in that city Sunday afternoon The ceremo were in charge of the Masonic fra ternityand Confederate soldiers The latter held a short ceremony by Dr Green The Masonie about one hundred strong then formed an oblong square about the grave and the beautiful service was said by Mr Henry G Sandifer The choir of the Presbyterian several beautiful hymns prayers were offered by Revs Lynch and and all that was mortal of Mathew David Logan was laid beneath the there to rest until the arch angels trump shall usher in the Resurrection morn Peace to his ashes L L ElCbt District Vote in Convention The tencounties in the Eight District will be allowed a total delegation in the district con ven tion at Danville 12 of 155 78 for a choice The rap resentation has been apportioned to the vote W Bryan in 1890 allowing one vote for 100 votes of 100 over 50 as follows Madison 28 25 Mercer 17 Lincoln 16 Jessamine 14 Anderson 13 Boyle 12 Garrard 12 Spencer 10 8 Total 155 4 the Philadelphia profession Cavalry as so pleasure notice hada unfortunate ras- cality abundance bestowed liveda tenor confession followed conducted fraternity churchsang Saunders Congressional being according gentleman vies 1 MoCREARY Dr J A Amon and bride have re turned and taken rooms at A F Mo erleys where they will live this year Their many friends wish them much happiness W JI Lackey of your city was the guest of his sister Mrs D Gulley Sunday Misses Pearl Hill and liettie Arnold of your city and Bessie Ar nold of Hiattsville were visitors o Mrs J B Sanders last week Miss Irene Simpson of Teatersville spent the latter part of last week with Miss Jennie Ilardin Mrs J C West and Master Bailey are visiting her par ents Dr and Mrs T B Lewis in Turnersville Misses Nelle and Lillie Ray of Buckeye were the guests of the Misses Nave Sunday Mrs Mary L Anderson and Miss Mary Buruside of your city visited friends here Sun day The Cheif Burgess of Milesburg Pa says Little Early Risers are the best pills he ever used in his fami ly during forty years of house keeping They cure constipation sick head ache and stomach and liver troubles Snall in size but great in results Stormes Drug Store 1m BURDETT KNOB Harvest on hand this week Corn is looking exceedingly well around here James Adams has purchased the of Thomas Moore paying per acreMiss Carrie Durham was thrown from her horse last Thursday but not seriously injured Porter Dnnn was so unfortunate as to lose his family horse last week He few days refused 100 for him There will be preaching at Orchard Grove next Samlay afternoon at our Sunday school at three promptly Everybody should com Mrs James Thomas of this visited relatives near Pr ach ersville last week John Lane made a flying trip to this vicinity Sunday Porter Dunn spent a few days with his brother in Burgin last week Mr P Ketcham of Pike City CaL says During my brothers late sick ness from sciatic rheumatism Cham berlains Pain Balm was the only rem edy that gave him any relief Many others have the prompt from pain which this liniment af fords For sale by R E McRoberts FLATWOOD Joseph Tankersley who has beeja sick quite a while died Sunday 10th There was preaching at Good Hope church Saturday and Sunday by the pastor Protracted meeting will ba held at Good Hope church commencing the third Sunday in July Miss Gertie Wood of near Danville is visiting at Mr Parkes Sirs J C Fox is visiting her father and mother in Pulaski county Mrs W H Furr and two children Willie and Clemma visited at G W Spanglers and attended Childrens Day which was quite a success last Sunday Mr Fox came very near drowning last Thursday evening When the hard rain came up he was caught across the creek from his home horse back he attempted to swim but both were washed under the They both got to the shore Mr J B Parks reports what can be done in the way of keeping cattle He has a farm of 210 acres and bought 55 calves and wintered them on grain and roughness raised on the farm also grazed on the farm besides his stock cattle horses etc and 25 head to graze for other parties He sold 200 worth of hay I think D Witts Witch Hazel Salye is the finest preparation on the market for piles So writes John C Dunn of Wheeling W Va Try it and you will think the same It also cures eczema and all skin diseases Stormes 1m MT HEBRON Mr John Upton is very sick at this writing Thomas Norris has moved from this vicinity to his fathers at Bryantsville W D Scott is on the sick list but improving somewhat Perry Edgington who left ten months ago for Klondyke returned last Saturday He has been at work on a steamboat on the Yukon river and has come for his wife and chil dren They will all leave in a short time Mrs Leila Bettis and daughter Al tie visited Mrs Sarah Nelson the lat ter part of last week Mr and Mrs Johnson Burk were delighted at the arrival of a little girl named Lelian Dunn Mrs E D Lawson was in your town Monday John Roberts of Jessamine visited his uncle W D Scott Su nday l DeWitts farm 5 hada prevous clock neighborhood i testified to relief across Drug- Store TLL wa- tergate Crippled by Rheumatism Those who have Rheumatism find themselves growing steadily worse all the while reason of this is that the remedies prescribed by the doctors contain and potash which ul timately intensify disease caus ing the to swell and stiffen producing a severe aching of the bones S S S has been Rheumatism for twenty years even the worst cases which seemed almost incurable Capt O E Hughes the popular railroad conductor Columbia S an himthatcure for that painful I was a sufferer from Rheumatism fortwo years I could no permanent relief medicine by my physician I took about a bot ever was life lam sure that your medicine cured me I would recommend it to suffering from any disease Everybody knows that Rheumatism is a state of the blood and potash and mercury only aggravates the trouble f la disease He muscular t prescribed ties of your S S S and now I am S well ns I anyone propertreatment from y inns The being Purely Vegetable goes direct to very cause of and a per manent cure results It is the only blood remedy guaranteed to con tain no mercury or other dan gerous minerals Books mailed free By Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia Back In 185C We were shown this week a poster anroit a IIor e and Mute Fair to be held at Lancaster on July 10th 1830 A number of futures are among them being Landams Cornet the naim s as director etc are R W Dual p Boyle county A F Denny T K Sal ter Z Elkin Col Hall Anderson Dr B F Duncan A A Beazley A G Herndon G J Salter Garrett Elcin and others of Garrard Robt Logan Boyle county Wm Williams O P Beard Madison Dr A Huffman Frank Gentry Peyton Eaabiy John Hufiman Lincoln Each premium offered was a silver cup valued at from 10 to 25 HOBSON The following lines were composed by ILL the twtlveyearold son W M Kuykendall pastor of the Fork churchYou talk of brave commanders And the wonderful deeds performed But the greatest feat of the century Was accomplished by Hobson With seven brave men he entered The narrow passage between the fleets And twas here in the face of the Spanish guns lie performed his wonderful feat After blowing up the old Merlmac To impede the enemies flight Into the ocean wild he plunged Amid the silent shades of night Seeing that to escape impossible lie swam to the enimies shore Here he was taken as prisoner of war Perhaps his country see nevermore Long may you live brave Hobson You and your brave men too For In rending the accounts of brine men We read of no more brave men than you May your name go down in history As one who is loyal and true One who did for his country What perhaps none other would do trio Haul Amon as Baby Mine announced ofRev tit Every mother feels an dread of the pain and danger attend ant upon the most critical pe riod of her life Becoming a mother should be a source of joy to all but suffering and indescribable the ordeal make its anticipation one of misery MOTHERS FRIEND is the remedy of the pain and incident to maternity this which is as womans severest trial is not made painless but all the danger is re moved by its use who use this are no longer de spondent or gloomy nervousness nausea and distressing con ditions are system is made ready for the coming event and the serious so com mon to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mothers Friend is a blessing to woman stall Stores or sent by express on receipt of price whichrelieves at suffering 100 PEBBOTTLX Drug women lOOKS FREE Containing Invaluable Information of to all women will be sent to any address upon application by the BB1DFIKLB REGULATOR CO AtlaiUI Gat PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH Mastic Mixed Paint OR THE BEST BRANDS OF White Lead and Oil We are Glad to Sell Either MCROBERTS DRUG STORE taken for all Foreign or Domestic Magizines or Newspapers cst ccc tS 11 LookOut and will open a w TREMENDOUS STOCK OF i FIRSTCLASS GROCERIES Pat prices which will astonish you About Wednesday June 29 t i We comlll like a Cyclone f 11 are The Great ij Blue Grass Grocery Co Thompson J 53 large Retail Stores in Kentucky Ohio and Indiana 1 Eph P Brown Mgr Jno BStout itlarct Stout Stationery Paints Oils Etc DANVILLE KENTUCKY 00 Block ft t IE Lillard X LE A 0 I N G 0 RUG GIS T S 11 41p J ltf1e 1 j- r W fi I rThb ORGANIZED 1883 cMENS NATIONAL BANK Or LANCASTER FT Capital Surplus Fund 100000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Qiutraqtoed J M HiaenNBOTHAX President Lxwia Y LXAVJCLL TlcePresldent B F HUDSON Cashier W O EIONBY Assistant Caahr CD WALKER Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JHHieOINBOTHAK LXVI8YLllTXLL- J 8 JOHNSON T M ARNOLD Ju HUDSON ALXZOIBBS J JWALKXB JACOB Y ROBINSON 15000 H C ARNOLD B F Lancaster NATIONAL BANK r493 T OF SURPLUS 6500000 LANCASTER KY A RDXSNY President JNO E STORMES Vice President W M H KINNAIBD Cashier Danville Ky CALDWELL LANIER SHOES WE HAVE OUST TJS WE WANT TO SEE YOU Whether You Buy Or Not PLEASURE TOLET YOU SEE WHAT e TRUNKS rind VALISES cAT L FIRE ill LIB INSURANCE SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO OF NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton Jgts Office over Post Office KENTUCKY I have purchased the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs the shortest notice Special attention given Commercial Travelers RICE BENQE us your Job Printing I I I L tiC rPR riiWL 1 f I I tV Ion I I J l a lelta 4 CAPITAL 20000000 SCDKNRT Assistant Cashr J F ROBINSON J Bookkeeper K T EMBBT Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS BamlDCochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W B Cook L Davidson Jno E StormcB W H LACKEY Successor to Lackey Galley FirstGlas LIMY STAKE HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MIN TffS BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth filled and extracted with BridgeWork NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons knowing themselves indebted to the estate of the late 8 ONeal will please call and settle with LV Babble and greatly oblige me H Y ONEAL AdailnlstraUix 13 I I 1 I I 13 m Lancaster Dr W Apr 95 a iusgssssssaisssisssuassssue t 31 r 7 k I S jV McCreary Thompson or Gilbert If II 1rev 7 t r nbrvrItI A rnC3n tV l T IA Who oe the11 is a Chance to Get A suit ofclothes for Nothing Mens Fine Suits 12 1350 15 1650 NOW FOR sioLook for yourself and be Convinced It costs you notliing to look through our lines It is a pleasure to us to show our goods 50c on the Dollar Suits made to order Cleaned and Pressed Best 50c Unlaundered Shirt in the country I Straw Hats THere T l rfs5s 5s MQe J L Frohman Co Telephone 1367 THE G LO B EII 3 I Danville r VYA i S arc v u v r vr cu r w utr r9et7 7 f3 i SG 7c L S is i4 drY i faR l T F- u Always this time of the desire is to get rid of in line whether 1 cost or customers always reap a great benefit This time my will GREATER THAN EVERsq first coming will get the Cream All goods in the mil linery line go in this sale SALE tJj MRS MOODY HARDEN I tivo rnE rur- CLEAJV7G bargains CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY June 24 1898 PERSONAL Miss Alta is visiting her cousin Miss Lottie liettis Mr Brewer of Lebanon was here a few days this weeK Miss Louise Farris is visitiag in Harrodsburg Miss Moot Nave of Danville is vis iting Miss Jennie Totten Miss Eliza Smith left Monday to her uncle in Lexington Net Stephens of Glendale Ohio is the guest of Herbert Mr Charlie Frisbie is spendiug a few days at Dripping Springs Miss Ji iam Herring of I ouisville is the guest of Miss Sue Herring Mr and Mrs Edwin Arnold have returned from a visit to Perry ville Miss Hallie Hamilton left Thurs lay to visit friends in Middlesboro Master Hugh Tillett of Danville is risking his aunt Miss Sallie Tillett Misses Mattie Elkin and Mae Hughes have returned from a visit to Stanford Herbert Kinnaird is manipulating the wires at the telephone exchange Miss May Lynn Dickerson of Nich Dlasville is visiting Miss Uallie Hamil jon Mr Joe Nevius of Stanford was the guest of Mr and Mrs W M Zanone Sunday Misses Mary Miller Mae Hughes and Fred Frisbie visited Dripping Springs MondayMiss Shumate of Danville has been the guest of Miss Olivia Sweeney Miss Hallie liening of Lower Gar rard is spending a few days with Miss Lottie Bettis Miss Chestnut of Shelby City is tIle of Miss Lizzie Hays at Hyattsville Misses Letitia Brown and Bessie Burnside are visiting Miss Pearl Burn sUe in Stanford Cal Nevieus left this week to make the circuit with Dora L CoL J W Millers fine pacer Miss Ella Stephens of Glendale 0 is visiting Miss Lula Graham at Mrs Moody HarJens Mr John Gray of Frankfort has crab Orchard I Springs COOL EXHILARATING RESTFUL MUSIC AMUSEMENTS for terms address Gus Hofinana Propr n ttis relatives harden e 8 charming guest a L L rr I Ci3 ro NOW 1 1g3 GOOD LIVING a3 la dar ooeeooooo000oooo0PO0oooo00000 L ocNOOoa 000000000 1 I visit 1 1 I I r I i r d v r t j I OPEN s Lr M r s I T 4 s teen visiting his sister Mrs Ephraim Brown this week Miss Graco Kinnaird is expected home this week from a visit to Bar bourville relatives Mrs Moody Harden and raster Clar ence leave this week for a visit to rel atives in Louisville Miss Pearl II ol comb a bewitching little beauty of Louisvill is the guest of Miss Florence Harris Mr and Mrs W J Williams and pretty baby Mary Clay are visiting relatives in CampbelU ville Mrs Robert Embry gave a tea last Saturday evening in honor of Miss Bettie Powell of Hustonville Miss Jennie Burnside chaparoncd by Mrs Tom Adams visited the sold iers at Chickamauga this weds Homer W Batson Esq returned Monday from the law school at Ann Arbor lie will spend his vacation hereMr and Mrs Cabal Danny have re turned from their extend jd bridal tour and taken witty Mrs Fan FarraMrs Anderson of Lancaster is visiting her daughter Mrs Brown ing on Walton Argonaut Mss Dickerson of Nicholasville ac companied by Mr Arthur Milds spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Hal HamiltonMiss Stone has returned home a very pleasant visit to tier cousins Misses Minnie and Stella Broaddus of McCreary E Kinnaird and wife Miss Nell Marrs lIon R II Tomliuson and Robt West attended the funeral of Edwin Sparks at Nicholasville Tues dayWe arc glad to say that reports as to the illness of Capt W J Kinnaird have been greatly exaggerated Pig eon is all right and will be down here in a few days Mr Ashbrook Frank and brother Rev Robert Graham Frank went to Maysville Friday to attend the funeral of their uncle Mr W S ington Argonaut Mr Claude Royston who has been engaged ia business in Chicago for several years is at home for a vaca tion He is looking well and his many friends are delighted to see him The Stanford Journal says it would be hard to find three prettier girls than those now visiting Miss Pearl Lucia McAfee of Lebanon Bessie Burnside of Garrard and Letitia Brown of Lexington Mr Robert E Hughes of the Louis ville Commercial spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs M D Hughes Bob has a splendid position with the Commercial and is helping make that paper one of the best in the SouthMrs K M Harbison of Mitchells burg has issued invitations to the marriage of her daughter Miss Mar garet Polk Harbison to Mr Hollie Carlton Wednesday afternoon June 29th at half past three oclock It will be a quiet home wedding Danville Advocate Rev Wm Evans has ben visiting hii father Dr Evans on Richmond street He preached at the Methodist church Sunday morning and at the Union meeting in Christian that evening Rev Evans is a good preacher and has made many friends during his stay Mr E H Hudson representing the Texas Farm and Ranch of Dallas was in town this week and made u a pleas ant calL He is originally from Bar I I roms AvenueLexington FrankLex BurnsideMisses t aft2r conic bourville and knows people in this section He now resides at Wich ata Falls Texas the home of the no ted oar hunter Andy Burnside Casey M Ovsley graduated at the University of Virginia last week w th d gr e of Bachelor of Law C sey is is a worthy chip of the old block and will certainly mike his mark lie is now visiting Comadore Granger and to Lancaster in a few weeks The following Master Masons at tended Dr Logans funeral at Dan ville Sunday Jacob Joseph R A Burnside W B Mason J A Burn side Alex Bishop E M Walker Henry Patterson David Ross J W Miller Dr Wesley Joe Haselden Thos Wherritt G S Greenleaf Farris A U Rice and Louis Lan dram In a letter to THE RECORD Mr B M Burdett writes from Killarney FIn L want to go to Kentucky this sum mir as my health is rather poor and I think the trip will help me When I think of so many old friends being dead and gone I almost hate to go to Lancaster It makes me feel sad to think so many of my old friends Gen Landram Judge Owsley John Gill Henry Bruce Charley Sweeney and many others have died The editor of the Evans City Pa Gobe writes Oue Minute Cough Cure is rightly named It cured my children after all other remedies fail ed It cures coughs colds and all throat an1 lung troubles Stormes Drug Stor lm FARM AND STOCK NOTES 000 bushels corn wanted Iwill give one dollar and seventy per barrel for 1000 bar rels of corn delivered at the Distillery Jno W Miller Mgr For sale three firstclass red bul calves J B Leayell Bryantsville Ky J B Leavell of Bryantsville sold to Sherrow and Colter a No I bul o for 59 It is reported that the Georgia peach crop will be excellent this year far better than for many seasons Our county is one of the best of hemp in this state and our fa mers are noted for handling their hemp nicely Thousands of persons have been of piles by using De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It heals promptly and cures eczema and all skin diseases It gives immediate relief Stormes lm Elisha Dunn cultivated on the farm of A J Rice on the shares and Jno Beazley and Keen Burdutt on the farm of T L Herring on the shares recently delivered their respective crops of hemp to U A B Marksbury and Son the quality extra and they deserve special mention as the hemp was well handled and nicely cleaned There are various reports of the condition of the wheat in this section From some sections come indications of fine yield others report a great deal of smut some report the preseLCJ of chinch bug and cateThe difference in the cost of twentyfive bushels of corn to the acre or fi ty bushels is so slight that it need not be considered buf the differ ence in the value of the profit from growing it can be determined without very close figuring The same thing holds good with every farm operation in growing all sorts of crop in common or wellbred stock There has not been acarload of lambs shipped from this station this season They era all taken to for shipment via Cincinnati Southern to Cincinnati and all the cattle are to Danville for Now and then we have a car of hogs from here to Cincinnati they would be taken to Danville for the only thing that prevents is the excessive hot weather and hogs cannot stand the drive We are relia bly informed that one party who ships over the L N leas taken to Danville and shipped 1200 l t r f many E q willreturn OC OOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOCOOOO five cents Pilgrimage producers cured Drug- Store rustDanville Adv grO- in raising Danville shipment shipment usually Go- T Od4000000000 1 going over J PlantersI CUBAN OIL cnres Cuts Burns Bruises Rheu I I matism and Sores Price 25 cen To the first person sending us tho nearest guess to the exact num we a of Make as many guesses as you want Cut this out fill blank and bring or send to us 4 w tt w x 1 Name of Candidate I Number of Votes 1 Signature Address r II II I I i I t I 1 theYoooooaooooaoo n Poooeerne nne enn Mnrnrwuuu nnn Paeaaaee66 O lambs up to the present The L N should look after this business and not permit stock to bi taken from their immediate territory to Danville for shipment and should see that their shippers are fully protecte in rates Nothing is relished by the fowls this time of the year like cool fresh water to drink Owen county has only about ten per cent of an acreage crop of tobacco plants set out Growers have had a vary backward season in that county H P Thompson of Clark county Ky has completed the setting out of one million one hundred and fifty thousand tobacco plants requiring 177 acres to plant them There is more d inger from summer killing of a newly sown field of than there is from having it winter killed Tne best time to sow usually is in Siimtember The largest stockyards in the world are in Chicago The combined plants represent an investment of over 10 000000 The yards contain twenty miles of street twenty miles of water troughs fifty miles of feeding troughs seventyfive miles of water and troughs The yards are capable and accommodating daily 20000 cattle 29000 sheop and 120000 hogs The milk will sour in some of our pans despite all our care and clean liness the fresh milk by bringing it to just 155 degrees of and then cooling it The butter will be jast as good Let us fix in mind that sheep never crop a pasture but to benefit it climb over rocks and ledges where cows would not go arid almost every herb that grows suffices them for food There Is nothing that will make the hair grow on a scar The hair follicles are destroyed and that is the end of the hair You may relines the en largemants by applying equal parts of sweet oil and iodine twice a day and rubbing with the hand Sick headache biliousness and nil liver and stomach trout les can be quietly cured by using those famous little pills known as DeWjtts Little Early Risers They are pleas ant to take and never gripe Stormes Drug Store inj- MEBCEJI ITEMS Mr F D Spotswood has sold to Virginia parties the fast pacing gelding II P Mason by Hun ter Wilkes this is a firstclass 4year old and could show miles in 215 when sold He Boas to Martinsville Va where Mr Everett Middleton will take him in charge to campaign with a number of others E J Thisler who made a judicious parchase 10 030 bushels of wheat last year sold the last of it i 000 weeks ago for Sl00 delivered in Chicago the cost of shipment and commission be ing 12 cjnts a bushel In the last two weeks Mr Thiser has bought 1001 0 bushels of the growing crop at from 63 to 75 cents a bushel Russell Co shipped 100 to Cincinnati and sold out at S3 85 a hundred also 5 eattle which brought from 2 12 to 4 12 cents and A double decker of lambs that were sold at G and C 11 cents They caim that they lost 20 on the shipment Democrat R KINNAiRDS Agency Representing Over S57OOOJOOO In the following Fire Insurance Companies of Hartford Queen of America National of Hartfort Fhenit of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England CoHieclIcut of Hartford North British and Mercantile Genean American of New York Liverpool and London and Globe I also represent the old reliable New Yrk Life Insurance bluegrass drainage ofreceiving St temperature Moreover constipation o bushelsthree COMPANY C riliza hogs Eta I WILL SELL Everything in the Millin ery Line AT COSTF- OR THE NEXTTHIRTY DAYS Miss Sallie Tillett E W Norris is quite sick this week Corn is selling at S200 per bbl in the crib here Farmers are plowing over their corn the last time Born to the wifj of Alvah Pullins a bouncing big boy it is name El ward Dewey WB Adams has rented D C Pul lins grist mill run to its ful lest capacity Tom Walker has three or four hun dred acres in wheat and he has four or five bin lers Some of our farmers are cutting Mr C Shumate has a field that he has been cultivating in corn for fifteen years in succession and he says he has the best prospect for a bountiful crop this year lIe seldom ever makes less th in 12 barrels to the acre I was seriously aillicted with a cough for several years and last fall had a more severe cough than ever before I have used many remedies without receiving much relief and being to try a bottle of Cham berlains Cough Remedy y a friend who knowing me to be a poor widow gave it to me I tried it and with the most gratifying results The first bot tIc relieved ma very much and the sec ond bottle has apsolntely cured me I have not had good health for twenty years I give this certificate without solicitation simply in appre cation of the gratitude feltor the euro effected Respectfully MKSL Many A BEAUD Claremore Ark For sale by R E McRoberts lm PAINT LICK Wallace Co sell more goos for less money than anybody in Paint Lick Ivory soap 4c a cake 3 cakes Town Talk Soap for 5c Wallace Co sell heavy flowered tumblers for lOc a set of 6 2Jc per dozen Ice cream saucers lOc a set fancy salt and pepper boxes 3e each Mens shoes solid leather soles sole leather counters in all styles SL 15 These bargains can not be equaled Ladies tan shoes solid throughout Wallace Co Paint Lick Examine their goofs and prices before you go elsewhere They will save 3ou money LEAF andwill goodbut 4 81 run niag recommended C t Get One of these Roasters Free Call at my store and we will ex plain I am still in the lead with BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES Goods are all fresh I can please all r LANGDONS BREAD DAILY PLEASE GIVE US A TRIAL HM BALL OU A FULL STOCK OF DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES and punishing Hoodsfl Constantly on hand GOOD VALUES AND LOW PRICES ALWAYS TO BE FOUND s TERMS CASH u Hats rJa FE 1Jj 78 rr F llJiWWIlfI AliD n SPE T MY ST K SWEENEY TQ YT l1i CALL jsw S an PHAETO buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS We have o n our floor two car loads of the finest and most com plete line of PHAETONSBUGGIES SUREIES and SO AD WAGONS ever shown in Lancaster Our prices are lower than can be found anywhere Our guarantee is bet ter We can save you from 5 to 2500on any vehicle you buy We also have a complete line of Come and see us No trouble to goods ff J ROMANS Carriap Co LANCASTER KY CITY ORDINANCE The City Council of the City of Kentucky do ordain as fol lows SECTION 1 Unless otherwise provid ed by ordinance the grading paving curbing and the recurb ing and paving of sidewalk or portion tnereof within the corporate grade of the sidewalk with a suffi cient depth below the curb to admit the sand or fine gravel and brick pave ment being properly placed When there embankment tne shall be sloped as much as may be necesa ry to sustain the pavement in position At the outer edge of the pavement and supporting it shall be a 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 qu ire joint not less thah fifteen inches deep The stones shall be tooled to a uniorm straight line for a depth of two inches below the on the in ner side so as to make a true and neat joint with the brick paving specified Curb stones shall be of good hard limestone free from dry seams or crack are to be laid true to line and grade The material excavated for placing shall after the The brick shall be formed of sound hardburned wellfi rm ed whole paving bricks and laid on a exceedingly show CityCouncil grading hereinafter flaws All curbstones curbstones placedin f Lancaster 1 bed of sharp sand or fine gravel thor free from any admixture of earth and four inches in depth The neatly jointua to the line of the curb stone hen laid and inspected the pavement shall be covered with sharp sand or fine gravel No broken or ir regularly formed or soft brick shall be used pitch of the sidewalk when finished shall be three inches from the inside edge to the outer edge at the curbing Around the public spuare no sidewalk shall be less than twelve feet wale on Danville Richmond Stanford therefrom all sidewalks shall be not less than eight feet wide all other sidewalks shall be not less than six feet wide SECTION 2 All sidewalks ia front of the property of any person or persons whose business necessitates tne cros sing thereof with shall have a roadway either of brieplaced on or of stone or extending tue entire width of suit able distance apart Where flagging is used each stone composing the flag ging shall be not less than three feet six inches long fifteen inches wide and eight and inches deep and the space between the flagging shall be paved with brick placed on edge and in all cases provided for in this section the work shall agree with the pitch and grade of silewalks adjacent SECTION 3 The incurred in making and repairing sidewalks and curbing shall be paid by the owners of lands fronting and abutting then on each 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 exceeding a square sufficient to cover total ex pense of the work but the owners of such property shall have the right to same Whenever any expense or cost of work shall have been assessed on any lands as herein provided the amount of said expense shall become a lien upon said which shall take precedence of all other liens and which may bi enforced by the con tractor or city in aeoordance with the p ovIsions of the Code of Practice SECTIOX 4 the order of the City Council signed by the mayor and served by the city marshal upon any lot owner requiring pavement be built according to ordnance and said lot owner failing to comply with said order within sixty service of said notice the may have said pavement built or repaired and charg ed against said property as herein pro videdSECTIOX 5 This ordinance shall go into effect immediately upon pubica tion Mayor Attest W H WnEiiuiTT City Clerk ALL WOMEN Should know that the Old Time Remedy oughy usualbind 1 he publie wheeledvehicles exrense prefer t It on half I Is the best Corrects nill Irregularities In Female Organs Should J for Change ol Lire anti before CMUBMk i Plasma Old Time Remedies have stood the i test for twenty years I Mode only by New Spcncpr Medicine Co ChatI tanooga Tennessee For sale by E E McBobgrtarLan master for Female Trestles betaken i Vinei rduj hs demonstrated thOU8lDd times that U is almost infallible FOR WtTh9ANS PECULIAR WEAKNESSES lrreilarltlcs and It has become the remedy for this of troubles It exertS strengtheningmenstrual It cures and of the It stops flooding and relieves sup ten chss oraiiswhites womb I rcssed and painful menstruation xor of Lire it is the best medicine made It is beneficial during pregnancy and to homes barren for years It invigorates tern This remedy is offered to all afflicted women will woman suffer another minute with certain relief within reach For aclrtct in eatti requiring tptelal direc fleas address clving fjimptona the Ladtet Advisory Department The Chattanooga Med wine Co Cluittunooga Re for of womb and cured her Extracts from the New Revenue Law going into effect July 1st 1898 Hank check draft or certificate of deposit not drawing interest or order for the payment of any sum of money drawn upon or issued bj any bank trust company or any person or per sons companies or corporations at sight or on demand two cents Hills of exchange inland draft certificate of deposit drawing interest or order for Vie payment of any sum of money otherwise than at sight or on demand or any promissory note except bank notes issued for circulation and for of the same for a sum not exceeding one hundred dollars two cents and for each additional one hundred dollars or fractional part thereof in excess of one hundred dol lars two cents If drawn in sets of two or more For every bill of each set where the sum made payable shall not exceed one hundred dollars or the equivalent thereof in any foreign currency in which such bill may be expressed ac cording to the standard of value fixed by the Uuited States two cents and for each one hundred dollars or frac tional part thereof in excess of one hundred dollars two cents CALL FOR MASS CONVENTION To Select Delegates to Congressional Coiivcntliiii In obedience to the order of the ex ecutive committee I hereby call convention of the democrats of Garrard to assemble at the courthouse in Lancaster at 2 p m standard time Saturlay July 9th to select delegates to a district convention to be held at Danville July 12th which will nomi nate a candidate for Congress in the 8th district The basis of representa tion will be one dalegate for every 103 votes and a delegate for every frac tion over 50 votes for the leading dem ocratic elector in the last National electionThe executive committee fixed this qualification for voters All per sons who voted for the Bryan electors at the last National election and who are qualified voters at the time of the mass conventions herein provided for are held or will be such at the next succeeding election all democratic youths who will be eligible to vote at such election as well as such other per sons of democratic faith who by their participrtion in such miss conventions herein named and who shall thereby claim themselves obligated to support the noninee of the district convention shall be entitled to participate Gao T Farris Chmn Queen Crescent Low Rates 53 Annual Convention Kentucky Christian Missionary Convention Mt Sterling Ky June 2025 1898 Annual Session i G S and D of S Keene Ky June 263D ISOa District Confer ence M E Church Louisville Ky July 510 1898 July Sled lires The First Fight on Cuban Soil Since the beginning of our war v Spain will be described in the July McClures by Mr Stephen Bonsai who was himself an eyewitness of the fight Mr Bonsai also took the photographs from which his article is to be illus trated Away the Woodcock I have the best and cheapest line of Midsummer wear ever brought to this city Readytowear coats at SOc and 51 Black Alpaca coats at 2 and genuine Crash suit at 350 Tailor made Kentucky homespun tow at 58 per suit Thegoods will launder perfectly M D Hughes Agt Skin DiseasesFor the speedy and permanent cure of continued use effects a permanent cure It also cures itch itch scald head sore nipples itching piles hands sore eyes granulated lids Dr Tails CeniiUen for and vermifuge Price JJ J2 McRoberts Druggist Lancaster stimulates any perbottle saysMy eachrenewal amass bringing8 O Flew linen Chamberlains itchingnic PWOOll horses best tonic blood purifier 25cents l S an 801db S STATE NEWS PICK UPS V ft i T I t I = GOOD NEWS Louisville and Nashville Railroad Co Will Restore OneHalf of the Cut Made in the Empoyes Salaries LOUISVILLE Ky June Com mercial Wednesday says Beginning July 1 the Louisville Nashville ral road Co will restore to its employes onehalf of the cut made in their on August 1 1893 the panic year This announcement will bring joy to the hearts of the many thousands of women and men who draw money for services from the L N It has also been decided that no dividend on the corny anys stock will be the management preferring to give its nrmy of employes the benefit of increased earning With a improvement of business however the company will bo in a position next year to declare dividends and also ad vance Wages to the extent of the portion of the cut It is that the restoration of onehalf the cut made in salaries will cost the company fully 8300000 The Gerrymander Invalid FiiANKFOUT Ky June 22 The court of appeals in a decision holds the Third appellatedistrict errymander act invalid The by Judge Gully and says that the act is in conflict with section ICO which provides that judicial circuits may be redistricted only every six years Suit testing the validity of the act was brought by lIon C W Lester of Whiteley county who it is prac tically certain will be the republican nominee in that district Savors of Mystery an unknown man was found on the river bank at the foot of Market street Tuesday morning While the body was evidently placed there to pive the inipressien that it hall teen cast up by the waves there was nothing to indicate that It had been in the water The man had been dead a week and his was so decomposed that it is impossible to say whether death by foul means or from natural causes v United by Children HOPKINSvi LIK Ky June the residence of Dr M S Merriwether J Wheeler Cayce a wealthy planter and his divorced wife were remarried Last Maroh they had a suit in the cir uit court for the posssiou of their children which were left In tim moth frs custody but their father was per mitted to visit them Out of these vis its grew the reconciliation of the par and the remarriage Safety 1in in the Stomach LOUISVILLE Ky June 22 The 11 monthsold child of J C Allen swal lowed an open safety pin several days It was found impossible to it and as the child was in of choking to death the mother pushed the pin down its throat De velopments are now being awaited In a similar case recently the child died six months after lire In Louisville LOUISVILK Ky June fire which broke put at the corner of Third and Main Wednesday morning may do great damage Whole fire department called out The board of trade in which is situated the Western Union will be in danger unless the fire is prevented from spreading The scene of the fire is in the wholesale district To Mobilize the Fourth ReglmrntF- HVXKFOUT Ky June 22 Gov Bradley received orders from Tuesday afternoon to mobilize the Kentucky Fourth regiment as early as possible The governor has tele graphed oflicers of the new companies asking them to have their troops at the Lexington rendezvous speedily as possibleAnother Killing Reported LOUISVILLE Ky June 22 Word has received here that another memo r of the Baker faction was killed Tuesday in the BakerHoward feud at Manchester Clay county The feud is said to have broken out afresh Elopers Married IIoricixsviLLE Ky June 22 Charles Wells and Miss Eluora Marquess elop ed from Hopkins county Monday night and were married at the courthouse by Judge Causler Largest Funeral In Many Years SOMERSET Ky June funeral of A J Catron jailer of tfcis county was held here Tuesday and was the largest witnssed here in many years The Fourth Wisconsin MADISON Wis June Sec field has issued orders for the Fourth Wisconsin regiment of infantry and Battary A to mobilize at Camp Doug las next Monday This is Wisconsins quota under the second call for vol unteers The present strength of these 12 companies is 1326 and of the bat tery 100 Purchased by the Government NEW YORK June Spanish prize steamship Panama which was captured by the lighthouse tender Mangrove off Havana on April 25 was sold at auction Tuesday and was pur chased by the government for 841000 IN the 500 mile homing race from Virginia IlL to Wheeling J E coup was the winner his birds arriv lug first and second out of nine ems E CL of Lewisville Texar writes that one box of Witch Hazel Salve was worth 50000 to him It cured his piles of ten years He advises others to try it It also cures cczenn skin end obstinate sores Stormes Drug lm 22The declared continued re- maIning estimated Tuesday opinions Ky June The body f body he- met 22At nts ago extricate danger 22A building Washington 22The 22Gov 29The thuru Blanks DeWitts standing store salaries LojisvirIu rig I ben Dunn PS HALF HOURS WORK Ncjrro Culrb litlncs tin Asctiliiut or ttle Ctrl Taken From lull at GLAEOOV ICy June 1 oclock Thursday morning f 0 urea rode into Glasgow proceeded to till jail forced on entrance by overpowering Jailer Curler and taking Caleb liaincs IS the Negro assailant of little Ethel Al en white from his cell dnijjjjeil him out and Jynehed him in the public squareThe men some of whom were mask ed had the assistance of a trusty in the jail who opened the edt doors for them The mob hind previously taken Jailer Carters keys from trim at the rear door of the jail A scon encircled Gaines neck anil screaming by turns he vas hauled along to the public bifaiv The entiiv proceeding from tho en traiuo f the mob to the accomplish of its design vas but the work of half an hour Before leaving town the mob fired se xv nil hundred shots with the threat if anybody should cut the boys body down beforo lJ oclock noon he would incut with rough treatment Niii t SxVarOtlVhlnky SricivcKifii Ky June CO Lewis Gamier liviny on Thompsons creek Washington county has a jug of liquor 1HJ yosirs old Nearly a century ago his grcatgrandfatlivr tilled the jug for his baby daughters wedding day She grew to uriuanhood but a xxcck before hor wotiding day slip died of a snakebite The jug passed on down the family line minter will break his jugs seal at the marriage of his aughter next September New Kentucky Iostiu ter- VASUIMITON June Kentucky postmasters were Friday Christianburgjshelby coutity Oicar V Fry Denny Wayne county Reuben M Donncy Envy Ma gofliin county Sherman Lyons Hutchison Bourbon county Milton R Miuorsville Scott county Chas T Johnson Skinnersburg Scott county Andrew J Brumbeck Spruce burg Whitely county Win B Sears A Cloudbunc RICHMOND Ky June 18 Valley view this county was visited by a cloudburst Thursday night W T Curtsinftors house on Tattlers creek was washed away with all its con tents of John Vandcrpools house was wrecked Tho IL N I K track was submerged and trains delayed No fatalities have been Judge Kucklry to He a Captain LOUISVILLE Ky June 21 Judge Ecuben Buckley received a letter Mon day from Congressman Walter Evans assuring him that his appointment as captain in the Sth infantry will be sent to the senate this week along with that of Charles Ogden lie also receixcd instructions about raising the company from Col Hiiggins at Ft Thomas Judgments Against a Bridge Company HKNDEKSOX Ky June 20 Three judgments amounting to more than 18000 were rendered by the circuit court in the franchise tax cases of this city against the Henderson Bridge Co There were three suits and the amounts and years are as follows For 1893 S7 140 for 1894 S3955 and for 1S95 S702 Farmers Sudden Death GEORGETOWN Ky June 20 Echweckart a well known farmer of this county dropped dead at Mud Lick Springy where he had gone for his health lIe moved here from Mason county some years ago He was 55 years of age N w Louisville Library LOUISVILLE Ky June 20 The Poly technic library has sanctioned the pur chase of a piece of land in the heart of the city for 825000 and has ordered plans for a modern fire proof library building which will cost between 75 000 and 100000 Convention Savored Fitzpatrick PAINTSVILLE Ky Juno 18 The democratic precinct convention of this county met Friday and practically in dorsed lIon T Y Fitzpatrick the present incumbent as candidate for congress to be acted on by the district convention Cut His Throat Ky June 20 George W Mathis committed suicide at his jesidence in this city by cutting his throat ircm ear to car with a razor lIe was over GO years old and had been engaged in business as a photographer here for over 30 years Some Damage In Franklin FRANKFORT Ky June drought in this section was broken by a heavy rainfall which began at 730 oclock and continued for several hours The farmers in this section arc planting tobacco Some damage was done to the lower section of the city by the severe rain New Postmaster at Somerset Ky WASHINGTON June presi dent Monday nominated Henry C Trimble as postmaster at Somerset Ky Required Recruits Secured BAHBOunsviLLE Ky June 18 Lieut Tinsley of Troop A Kentucky cavalry who was ordered here as re cruiting officer for that company has mustered in the number deisred and will leave for Chickamauga Sunday Good Season OWENTON Ky June long droughthere was broken by general rain which continued throughout the day It made a splendid tobacco and it is safe to say that them tire has been set d i tL Gal uv uld Lisiged lit stln ling men t 18The following appointed Jacob Fart reported OWiss ono 20The 21The E Tobacco 20The sea- n cop r 1 I t mope prnyiiig anti hat fa jr tit I Kontiiclcy By No Steans the FirxMJFORT Ky lune 2l Gov Bradley does not relish reports that Kentucky has been the last state to j ret her troops into the field lip said Monday Georgia Tennessee and sever i al Qt her states were behind Kentucky in this matter fun state authorities expected to reccixe rders from Washington Tuesday to mobilize the regiment which has been illoweil to Kentueky under the second sail Lexington will again b used as i rendezvous station First Lieut John W Davis of the Vanceburg com puny now at Chiukamauga has re signed on account of failing health and will take his old position as state zapitol guard j Itlood Iotsonliig From Fly Rites LOUISVIILI Ky June 21 The phy sicians of the city hospital are puz zled over a peculiar case of blood pois ming Frank Collins the laundry man of the institution was bitten on the hand a few days ago by a common house thy while in the dead room i felt the sting and brushed the off In a few minutes the hand began to swell It was soon twice its normal size and the swelling commu licated to the arm The hospital phy ncians at once began treatment but the patient is not yet out of danger They all agreed that the fly collected poisonious matter in tire dead room vhich was transmitted to the victims band Victory fur the Sheriff FRANKFORT Ky June 18 The court of appeals rendered a decision in the lase of the Western Union Telegraph 3o against Auditor Stone holding that corporations which pay taxes on both franchises and tangible property lo not pay both directly into the state treasury The taxes on tangible prop jrty arc payable to sheriffs KeuticUj Fourth Regiment LEXINGTON Ky June 20 The mol ilization of Kentuckys Fourth volun leer rcjgimenj will begin in this city the last of this week All the will come from towns in the pastern part of the state Congress man David G Colson of Middlesboro will be the colonel and is here prepare ing for mobilization Kentucky Tobacco 1rospccts LEXINGTON Ky June 18 Horace Means of Louisville who travels over central Kentucky buying tobacco that the crop is mostly set out and that the plants arc in good shape W It Haxvkins disposed of 18000 pounds this week at 13 cents There has not been the usual acreage set this season WASHINGTON June list of second lieutenant appointments given out by Adjt Gen Corbin are the for Kentucky John K jr Benjamin II Watkins Williamsburg academy of Ken and J T Geary honor graduate Agricultural and Mechanical college Powers a Rustier LEXINGTON Ky June 18 Adjt Powers recruiting officer for the battalion of the Second Kentucky regiment sent 30 men whom he has mustered in since Monday to Friday night He has enlisted more men than any recruiting officer in the state Corporations Fined S1OO Each HOPKINSVILLE Ky June 18 The Crescent Mills Co the Planters the Mammoth Clothing Co and the Pembroke Deposit bank indicted for failure to register with the secretary of state confessed udgment and were Slot each Troops Will Guard Rob Blanks PADUCAH Ky June trial of Bob Blanks the rapist now in jail at Louisville was Monday morning set for July 5 at Mayfield Ky He will be guarded by state soldiers from Lexington J I i Collins insect I I I i t companies reports Army Places for Kentucky 21In following Proctor graduate tuck Second Chicka- mauga bank 21The I I I i fi Last Men ned PlattersNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep sia Constipation and Indi gestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 cts Unrecorded Deeds The following is a list of unrecorded deeds remaining in the GarrardClerks office this 20th day of June 1898 D D Anderson and wife to W P Di shon Minerva Adams heirs to Sallie Henry Anderson c to Robt Rice J M Anderson heirs by R A Burnside Comr to Mattie Anderson J M Anderson hrs by R A Burnside Comr to Lida Smith J M Anderson Ira by R A Burnside Comr to Nannie Anderson Robt L Anderson to Sidney Faulkner John W Adams and wife to Win Me Whirter F Adams and wife to George Hardin John Adams to James Mullins Minerva Adams to Sallie R Williams Thos Adams by Comr to Per kins James Arnold to Maria Pollard Best Mary A to Ida M Best Bank Natl Lancaster Ky to Leoni dus K Maret Baughman J T admr of Harry Smith to Alex Cochran Baxter Dillard c to Frederic Watts Burdett S L Exr c to Ben Lackey W 0 Traley to Jas M Morgan Keen Bcazley c to John Deazley S I Bourne c to Ambrose Bourne Best Ebin hrs to Ebin Bests hrs Bourne J B to John F Hann Baker Abner hrs to I N Gastineau Bourne John C c to Chas and George Gaines y Barclay Irs to Burdett H A to Tessa Burdett others Beazley Keen to H P Watts Babcock A W to Baker F A and others to Chas Baker Carter J E and wife Smith Coy F M hrs to Marion Coy Cooley Nancy Hrs to Robt Ross Sam to Will D Ross Same to Joseph Uodgers V Williams Kittie c Wyley George Collier toEllas ayrt4 Same to Walker Hannah Moore Same to James Ross Same to Lizzie Tankersicy others Cooper Sam to Jeff Dunn Cloyd David and wife to Thompson Mobsrly Collier Morton c to J K Spratt Current I D e to R C Hamilton Denny George to B F Metcalf Dunn Jan and Erasmus hrs to Ruth Ann Dunn Dunn Ruth Ann cby E Dunn Same to James Dunn Duncan Wm and Chas to Berry A Duncan Davis Wm hrs by Comr to Freeman Davis Same to Denny Davis Same to Sallie Walker Same to Rebecca Lowry Same to Patsy Ann Parker Dunn W D and xvife to C A Robinson Floyd Alex by Comr to Jno C Boner Grimes Margaret Trustee i by Comr to Margaret V Grimes Gill Tolvin to Francis Gill Gill John S by Comr to Levi Long Hamilton J I to Jonas Marsee Haynes Co to C W Coyle and Gates Herndon Wm to W S Walker Hamilton Isham hrs by Comr to Em ly Curds hrs Same to Ike Hamilton Same to II C Hamiltons hrs Huffman Joseph and others to Mary Jane Huffman Huffman W J to II B Ray Hudson Thos D to C M Ruble lammack Sarah E to Ned Lawson Herring T I to Isaac Baughman Same to Elisha Dunn Same to John Beazley Hudson Thos E by Comr to J S Hudson Same to J Scott Hudson Higginbothara Geo dec hrs to Mary R Mitchells hrs Hill O P to B M Burdett Hicks Geo W to Buena Vista and Ky R T P R Co Hurt John Sr c to Baker Johnson J S c to T B Kemper Lancaster Cemetery Co to Jno R Faris Same to L Brown Same to Win Green Same to Wm Pope Same to James Rogers Same to W G Jones Lee H D to Allen L Aldridge Layton Alex to J M Saunders Lawson Wm to Jack Denny Lawson James hrs to Salem W Gillis Layton Jas and Mahala hrs to Clara Layton Lawson Wm L to Edy Faulkner Lear Elijah to Elias LeaveD Lanes Henrys hrs to Henry Lanes hrs Lears E Exr to Wm T Watson Lewis T L to Orpha Ruble Morehead Wint to Buck Dunn Montgomery F W to Jas Middleton Miller T S to Victor Lear Murphy James hrs to Brazilla Ray McQuerry lhos hrs to Wm McQuerryi hrs Same to Arthur McQucrry Same to Jas McQuarry Same to John II McQuerry Merritt Wade Lee and Joe Hellen by Comr to John W Smith Miller N D e to J M and J A Mays Matilda hrs by Ccmr to James Mavs hrs Miller II C to W 0 Rigney Mitchell to Isham Hood Meredith Joseph by Comr to W E Mock H C to Trustees School District No 32 Newland Daniel S to Jas Hunt Naylor Geo c by Comr to Trustees Berea College Owens Henry and wife to Nellie and Sallie Simpson and Henry Owens Perkins Lucius K to Rebecca Perkins Phillips L T to L H Phillips Perkins Lucius K to Thos Collett Perkins 0 B to W McC Johnson Perkins Kitty to Thos Adams Prewitt Jas R to S G Estes Prewitt Nathaniel to Jno H Prewitt Pollard E S to George Allen Pritchett Wm D to Jno D Pritchett Prewitt Wm Tunsall by Comr to Jno H Prewitt Preston Miltons hrs to Gabriel Renfro Aaron to S W Hoicomb Royston Jas A to Mattie Yanti Rigsby Mary E to Sol C Rigsby Ross D G lira by Cjmr to Jas L RISSS Robinson John hrs to Jas Dunn and wife Royston George to Dillard Baxter Sutton Walter to Jas Austin Scott Elisha to Logan Scott Stewart Roy to George White Same to Zack Stewart John to Thos R Brent Singleton Wm to Wm E Anderson Sagaser J H to John Preston Sutton Wm to Poor Ridge and Sugar Creek T P R Co Schooler George to John Maret Spoonamore Sarah A c to Buena Vista Ky River T P Co Stewart Zack by Comr to J G Burn side Scott Jas A by Corn to Anna S ott Same to Kate Scott Same to Susan Miller Same to JenLie Scott Saunders J M to Rice Logan Sagaser and others by Comr to J T Hawkins RE to S T Leavell Temple King to Elijah Hunt Turner J P to John A Dean Tudor John B to Thos E Hudson Tinsley Jerome H toP Co Wheeler Jas hrs by Comr to Benja min Wheeler Same to Marion Coy Same to Donaldson Jones and others Same to James Wheeler Jr Walker E M to J W Hendrickson Woner J H to Martha A BalL Walker E II to Ann Mullins Saml Slavin col Same to William Perkins Walker E M to Jas Wallace White Jas to George West Richard and others to H B Yearlejr S P by Comr to Wright Kelly YantisJas L to School District No 17 Same to School District No 17 J M DOXCAN Clerk Garrard County Court j K Comrto JW pie Anderson I Preston S T mlinson U S T P Sameto t ave pratt White- rBa If itsworth Printing The Courier Journal Will Print It And every democrat every republican every man or child who can read will want to read it THE T is a paper of six or eight pages issued Wednesday 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 by Henry Watterson Twice a Week COURIER JOURNAL AND THE CEHTRALRECORD BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 125 All subscriptions under this offer must be sent to The Central Record Lancaster Kentucky OF LEXINGTON KY PLAN LIFE INSURANCE REVERSED 9700000 Paid 3600000 Reserve and Surplus Coupons Redeemed April 1898 Namt Address Cost Value JH Nelson Baltimore 3fd irO WTfi George X A CDAl Cowgill Spencer Lexington Ky 2C50 ronPerry Crosthwair Lexington Ky 2G50 CUtl L M t John Skain Lexington Ky 2350 520t Margaret Johnson Louisville Ky 250 5rt97 Mollie Simpson Lexingron Ky f 2050 J3IH r II P Cox Harrodsburg Ky 2550 56JT t F Johnson Baltimore Md 2150 J7SS Dr W E Bannister Lexington Ky 2550 5697 Ross Harrington Falmouth Ky 2150 5453 5 B GoodLexington Ky 5153 Dr A P Taylor Lexington Ky 23H 5204 31 L Dowling Burgin Ky i JiO SitK John C Hedges Lexington Ky 2SJX 5201 E S Barick Nicholaaville Ky 2250 4U76 J H Baker Lexington Ly 1550 Sf45 A J Taylor Lexington Ky ese IWC George Copeland Lexington Ky 22JW 4D7C Catherine Lang Louisville Ky l J50 4247 L U Mihvard Lexington Ky 1350 C2 Miss Annie Knoble Lexington Ky 2050 4502 J M John Skain Lexington Ky 1750 3803 C Y Freemon Lexington Ky i lj50 4247 J M John Skain Lexington Ky 1750 3S03 A S Bowman Lexington Ky 1850 40 1 Sarah Short Sacramento Cal 1S50 40 1 Evans Cincinnati 0 IGJiO 3574 Susan Brown Lexington Ky 1550 334i Joseph Zirnfelt Louisxille Ky 1550 X545 Mrs Mary Golden Lexington Ky 1550 C345 Lafon Hiker Harrodsburg Ky 15 0 S545 V II Ford Lexington Ky 31 17 Ford Lexington Ky ltJ0 3117 W H Ford Lexington Ky 1450 3117 II L Stevens Lexington Ky 1IJW 3117 F II Norton Lexington Ky 1450 S117 B R Adkins Lexingion Ky r 13r0 2902- K L Baum Lexington Ky 1150 2147 Maggie Smith Lexington Ky 1150 2447 Mrs M G Hutchinson Lexington Ky 2U69 Lexington Ky 2069 J D Purcell eLxington Ky I 12JO 26X R B Butler Harrodsburg Ky 11 0 2 Edward Woodford N MiddletonKy 1050 Emll Ithardt Nlcholasville Ky 1050 Allen B Hawkins Lexington Ky 850 1741 N Peacock Georgetown Ky 10J 0 22 L Richmond Lexington Ky 10JM Ed Lally Lexington Ky 1050 Dr Cassedy Le Grange Ky 950 2006 William Watson Louisville Ky 750 1500 O S Williams Burgin Ky 350 1744 J C Thompson Lancaster Ky 850 1744 Kate S Brown Lexington Ky 950 200C Kate S Brown Lexington Ky 950 200fi Kate S Brown Lexington Ky 200t Katie M Feeny Lexington Ky 950 2006 George G Curl Georgeton Ky 8 0 1744 R T Collins Georgetown Ky 750 1741 Harry McCartyNlchola3vlll Ky 750 1500 McFerran Crow Versailles Ky 850 1741 Shookum Gulch Pool Lexington 850 1744 Shookum Gulch Pool Lexington Ky 850 1744 Shooknm Gulch Pool Lexington Ky 850 1741 Shookum Gulch Pool Lexington Ky SJ50 1744 Shookum Gulch Pool Lexington Ky S50 1744 Shookum Gulch Pool Lexington Ky SJ50 1741 Shookum Gulch Pool Lexington Ky 850 1744 J C Thompson Lancaster Ky 850 1744 Miss Hemphill Lancaster Ky SJM 1741 Milton Johnson Maysville Ky i ate 1744 John T Shelby Lexington Ky 850 1500 John R Allen Lexington Ky k 650 John R Allen Lexington Ky 650 1257 W Quinn Ky 1 650 12 7 S V Fry Lexington Ky 6JO Geo W Georgetown Ky 7 6 0 1257 Baker JH Baker Lexington Kv 650 1W7 J H Baker Lexington Ky 6X0 1257 Johnson Nelson Baltimore Md I 6 0 12 7 John Newport News Va 6 0 12 7 A F Fortress Monroe V iC 125 WrtH Arringdale Newport News Va 6 0 Ky i 4650 13200 White estate Lexington Ky r 4650 lnGood Co Lexington Ky vi 4650 K A L Marshall Lexington Ky 42 0 12000 Dr Bennett Lexington Ky 46 0 JS W DJ Finch Danville Ky 1 4550 12900 Finch Danville Ky 45 3 12900 A L Marshall Lexington Ky 4250 12000 Lulls Sible Louisville Ky 43JSO 13800 DB Good Lexington Ky 45J 12900 Johnson Nelson Co Lcxihgton Ky 126109 1146409 43 1606 Profits over cost i 4235306 A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary T Twicea Weak woman WEEK COURIERJOURNAL democratic 1 Mutual in Maturies S P nines Infield Tenu e l irs C N lIiOV II I 12 50 J D Purcell 1250 1 25 V R B 9 The 1257 V 125 J H Levlngton Ky 650 1257 n Low IIIIIIIIIi Campbell Va 650 h 1257 D n Good Lexington David W 4451 n D I 1 Southern Iuvestt Ca1 4 41 t iso 1 thSSl 25 i23 2225 ti 2 i s 3