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' NCHJl c.y j &&1&A- LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE, I would like to 21. 1898. it will &?VmFmoa Bisk I We IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. print statements. and dyeing. g do your plain Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. Buy ice from Northcott and be delivered daily. , mm cle oil. Ma Best bindir twine always on hand at Gaines. Take advantage of our 'Courier-Journoffer. I.'s great. At Wholesale Cost. A full line of D:umm.'r's Simples at a D. Powell's. 3t The toll gate guards have been discharged from duty and collection of toll goes on uninterruptedly. Prof. Gowen has our thanks for a bucket of excellent cherries. Thev were of the large, yellow variety and made pje that was fit for the gods. J. R. HASELDEN. Lancaster, Ky. Col. W.G.Welch. AW Just Sixteen. Stanford. I8 Attorneys at Law, LANCASTER, KY. 1 he Recoiid is under obligations to 15 eggs for Sl.OD. . R. L. Elkin. Aro Our Men Cowards? Mrs. Rosalind Nesbitt, of Mt. Vernon, Lieut Morton Gaithcr and Serg't. for a copy of .her new song, bearing The Cyclone of Low, Spot Cash the above title. The song is very pret- prices on groceries will strike Lancas- Stair, of the Second Kentucky Rcgi-mcn- t, were hero this week endeavorty and is growing quite popular. ter about Wednesdaj', when the great I. Williams, Blue Grass Grocery will open their ing to enlist more men for the regiLancaster. Work House Iteatly. 51th retail store in Thompson block. ment They got two men. This looks pretty bad, when we consider the Rice Benge has been placed in men who have charge of the work house and moved For a pleas in t and profitable trip, numbar of able-bodie- d with into the new building take in the C & O. tripto Washington nothing whatever to prevent tluir e: -on Stanford street, this week, lie will and Eastern cities talvertised elso-whe- listing. The Lancaster company needs men. Transportation and run it as it should b and make a good in '1 he Record. It will pay twenty-fiv- e ofiicer. one to go on a trip .of this kind, as you everything is furnished. Headquarters for Deering Binders, Xnl ice. Mowers machines at G To save cost, call and settle with S Gaine J. (J Sweeney. 25 to 5) per cent saved on the dol Sam Jones at High Bridge, July 3rd. Every body is happy because the lar means a good d.'al to you at the Blue Grass Grocery Co., will open a Buy. your boards and shingles at S. Blue Grass Grocery. Store about Wednesdaj'. Morgan's. Lost. Pair goll glasses, on Publi Square The best two horse wagon on the The Baptist church will give a lawn Bring to this office and Thursday. market at G. S. Gaines'. party and social at the residence of get re ware. Dr. Herring to night, (Thursday). Go, New Railroad and war map of Cuba I will be in my gallery in the Thomp- and thus help a noble cause. and the worid only 13c. J. C. Thompson building Monday, June 27th and son. Given Away. will continue all the .week. Come and The Haward Tailoring compiny will have your picture taken. A. J. Eirp, Bargains in glasware now on exhigive a 3 hat with every suit of clothes bition in Thompsons window, only 10 Photographer, of Stanford, Ky. sold to July cents a piece. M. D. nuoiiES, Agt. Dr. W. P. Penny has raised a com Don't fool away your time, but take pany of cavalrymen at Stanford and New war books with maps.' Historj- a good trip like the C. & O. advertises hopes to get in on the next call. If he of Cuba, Porto Rico, Phillippines, Ha can lick Spaniards with the rapidity elsewhere in today's Recoiid. with which he yanks teeth the war vana Harbor, West India Islands and Eggs Matching. will not last long after Doc gets start- a large map of the world, all for 20 cj&ts at J. C. Thompsons. From prize wining Black Minorcas ed. Bob Moore, of LaFavette. Ind.. says We are making special 1 low prices on some lines of goods, to reduce stock. 1 some Line I 36 INCH i g . 1' PERCALS at 5c yard. - that for constipation he has found stomach and liver troubles. Drug Store. - j De- - Witt's Little Early Risers to be per fect They never gripe. Try them for Storracs lrn I'lay Kail! Reds vs. Washingtqn Cincinnati, Sunday June 20. Queen &. Crescent. Ask Ticket Agents for particulars. W. C. Riuearson, G. P. A. Cincinnati, O. Excursion mual low rates from Junction City. q I Grenadines a ad silk linings for less than value. I 55 All business attended to promptly. Diplomas or Graduation. Superintendant Lusk requests The Rr.coitD to again announce that an examination of those desiring certificates of graduation from the common schools will be held in her office next Taursday, the 30th. Candy Kitchen. Mr. J. S. Elminston, of Crab Orch ard, has rented the room formerly used for the post office and opened a 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 added and it will be to your interest to pay your tax now, E. M. Walker, M. C. L. Held to Answer. Win. Wren, who was arrested on the charge of tollgate raiding, had a hear- 1 BEAZLEY& BAU&HMAN. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM- BALMING a SPECIALTY. Furniture, Carpets, Lancaster, Ky. &c. SUM In QflnPails ing Friday and was held to the grand S5Q0, which was Opening; liull. given. The getekecper, Terriil, swore The grand opening ball at Crab Or Win your battles against disease by point blank Wren was the fellow who chard Springs will be given this, acting promptly. Oae Minute Cough shot at him. Thursday, evening. Mr. Ilofmann, Cure produces immediate results. the popular manager, writes Tin: Rec Keineiuber This. When taken early it prevents consumpWhen the good ladies sent the box oup to extoad a cordial invitation for tion. And in later stages it furni. all friends here abouts to couvj over. shes prompt relief. Stormes Drug to our soldier boys at Chickamauga, the express company simply wiped The resort has undergone a thorough Store. im them oft the earth, so to speak, with overhauling and this season will be Strayed or Stolen. the enormous charges made. It has the banner one. A more lovely sum About May 13, from my place 3 miles been very wisely suggested that in mer resort than Crab Orchard Springs from Lancaster on New Danville pike, stead of sending such heavy boxes, decs not exist one red heifer, (with black stripes) that each parcel be wrapped in heavy Too Mil eh Taxes! half alderny, about year and a half paper, or pasteboard, and then placed A meeting of the stockholders of the old. Any information thankfully re- - in one woo lea box. This will save Farmer's Bank fc Trust Co., Stanford, ce ved. Mrs Marv A. Snttnn. much to the individual shipper and be has been called to consider the advis 3t Lancaster, Ky. a long ways safer. ability of the institution going into liquidation. In speaking of the mut ter the Interior Journal says thcwar tax the bank will have to p ly will be not less than 7o0 and the State, county and municipal will run the amount to 1,501.25. - 'J h!s with the other expenses foot up 58,851. 25, which will have to be made beforj a dividend is considered. candy kitchen. lie has quite a repu tation on his candies and will doubtless do a good business here. Bad; to I'ogyiam. For some unaccountable reason, the mail is not now thrown off Saturday night's train. Postmaster West tells The Recoud he does not know why, unless its because sufficient demand has never been made for the mail. of the patrons of the Lan caster office want this mail and it should be put ofF. Because three or four would-b- e moguls don't want Sun day mail is no reason why the majori ty should be kept out of thair's. Nine-tent- 1 We are Farmers Itead This. with smut What causes smut? will the question asked so often bat no satisfactory answer. The important thing now, the bast rasthod of hand ling 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 suggest sprinkling of fine lime every two or three 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 peck or half bushel fine lime in t by striking it on the wheat,' the lime will sift out in sufficient quantity. This takes but little time but will save you mouey and probably make your wheat meicluutable. In stacking wheat where there is no smut, sprin kle salt everj' two or three rounds in stacking.it is a sure preventive of weevil and leaves the straw rick in fine ccnlition for cattle but, under no circumstances use salt where there is smut, as the tendency .of salt to mois ture would be detrimental to smuttj-whea- t Our infcraiation is that the present wheat crop is more or less infected eifts Fancy Dregs 75c 90c $1.00 1.25 " " " " " " est ia I Iipiefl Ms. 1 50c 60c 68c 78c Patterns worth. 60c per yd. will close at 35c " jury in the sum of " 5 F SPECIAL VALUES IN -- WieLfifttiisiiFsJ B .wisrs TH IM DRY GOODS s ilHii GOiPANY if the people of Central Kentu.-kwill have another opportunity of hearing him soon. T.ie High Bridge Camp Ground, or the Palisades, is now conducted on a highly moral plane, and is the ideal spot to go to for rest, recreation and picasure. No rough characters are permitted near the grounds, aud thoac attending aro assured a pleasant and profitable trip. Mrs. Emma P.uford Bristow has absolute control of the grounds and meeting. It is hoped many of her old Lancaster friends and acquaintances will attend. llcv. Sam Jones. Sam Jones has been engaged to appear at High Bridge on July 3rd. As this great man's time is engaged for a long time ahead, it is doubtful Rev. Men's Sample Shoes left out nflOU 1 Kfi 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 Auburn, Maine, who failed some time ago, at big discount. RegJew bought of the Mason-Cob- b Co ular price of these goods is $4. $4.50 $5. and $6. We are offering a big lot of odds and ends in Ladies, Misses, Childrens Oxfords from 50c to $1.25 Hot Weather Clothing. have everything in this line tn keep you cnnl. Crash suits $Z.SDtn $5 Large line all we el 'Crash suits. 7.SD ' THe BlackandBlueSergc Coats and Vests, S3.50 : r to $4,s6? flKLJl $! wKsg gf H i fH vTDAUf UATC See styles OlnAIT nAIOi all all prices our New line of Pearl Hats m at $1.50 and $2.50. The Latest out. Hot Weather UnderweaifromSOcts to $2. a suit. Logan & Robinson. We are pleased to announce to our friends and customers we are in the wheat trade and request that you re member us before selling. We promise as heretofore in our dealings, top prices, aud will be consistent in prices The Aliilui. and will be governed daily by the Mrs. Lyd a Murphy, who resides at markets for lesitimate business. Hammack, showed us a copy of the H. A. B. Markshuky & Sox. Alpha, a paper published in Lancaster Fresent for Miss llradley. in the year 1S77. The Alpha was pubTin presentation of the silver water lished by Arm p. B.. Elkin and, judging from the liberal advertising mat servi2e by the Woman's Christian Tem ter in its columins enjoyed a gocd pat perance Union to Miss Christine Bradronage. It contains the names of ley took placj Monday afternoon at many cit'zens who, although dead the executive "mansion at 3 o'clock. and gone, are still well remembered Mrs. Bcauchamp, President of the W. by our elder citizens. Mr. Eikin, the C. T. U., made the introductory adeditor, is now filling a prominent posi dress in well chosen and touching tion in the Courier-Journjob print words on the choice of the fair young woman in christening the ship with ing department at Louisville. water, and introduced CoL Biin. who Stanford Contest. spoke standing in front of the beautiAlthough the rains descended and ful present, which bore the following the floods came, a large crowd attend inscription: ed the contest at Stanford Friday 'Woniau's Christian Terancranci night The prize was won by Miss Union of Kentucky to Miss Christine Bradley as a tribute to her for lovaltv Hallie Hopper Kirltey of Cincinnati, Menefee, of Stanford, getting second to conviction in christening the battle ship Kentucky with water March 20, Bro. Joe Waters writes us that Miss isus. ' Kirtley has been attending the Cincin At the conclusion cf Col. Bain's nati College of Music. Her home, speech Miss Bradley arose arid, turn however, is in Greenville, Texas. She ing to Col. Bain, responded as follows: hasin the last several years partici'I sincerely thank the Woman's pated in three contests in the large Christian Temperance Union for this 'lhe spirit which in cities of the West and won the medal testimonial. spired your action is of far greater val on ever occasion. ue than the handsome gift lhe cause in which you are enlisted makes it the Low Kates to Washington, D. C. ami cause of humanity, and being so car Eastern Cities. ries with it the blessing of God. On account of the meeting of the "If my action in christening the National Educational Convention at Kentucky should stay in the slightest Washington, D. C. July 8th to 15th, degree the march of alcohol or if it be instrumental in the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. will sell should one oi our brave saving the me oi sailors or round triptickets to Washington from prevent one tear from coursing down all stations in Kentucky on July 3rd the cheek of wife, sister or mother, I to Cth inc. at one fara plus Si 00 for am more than repaid." A handsome dinner was served to the round trip, good to return until July 15;h, and subject to an extension the guests and visitors. of tim-- until August 31st by deposit ing tickets with the Joint Agent in Ike Royal is the highest grade bakmg powder koewa. Actual testa mow it goe.oae-tkir- d Washington on or before July 12th farther laaa oa ether bread. This is your, opportunity to visit Phila delphia, New York and the seashore. Low-rat- e side trips can be made fFom Washington to Old Point Comfort and the Seashore. The Chesapeake and Ohio By. has two limited Vestibued trains each way daily without change. Its scene ery is unsurpassed, its train service unequalled, and is several hours quickest from all Central Kentucky points "Official Routes" via than Cincinnati. "A glance-a-t the map will convince you " Avoid delays and changes by taking the Cheasapeake and Ohio trains. For sleeping car AlM)liy Purs reservation; or any information write or call on your Ticket Agent, or Geo. W. BAKNEr, Div; Pass. Agt. YOMC CO., MOM . ;Lexington, Ky. j -- Tho lllue Grus Coming. The Blue Grass Grocery Co., has rented of Mrs X. A. Thompson her iargd store room on Richmond street, and about next Wednesday will put in a complete line of Groceries- - Tinware etc. This will be the fi 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 estab lished fact. They bay 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 Lan caster store will bo managed by Eph. P. Brown. mi POWDER POWDCH NEW ROYAL . A Merited Coiiifliiuent. Many teachers who attended the examination, spoke in the highest terms of Miss Elisa Lusk, the superintendent. One lady told a Rkcoi:i representative that she had attended under the last four supcrii -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 The Rkcokd desires to say that it has never been more courteously treated by any ofiicer than it has by Miss Lusk. When some people are given an office they immediately think the newspaDeath of Kd Sparks. pers, and the public too, have no right Lancaster friends were greatly to ask for information, but the prespained on learning of the death of Ed ent superintendent is free from any win Sparks, which cccured at Nich- - such fool ideas. olasville Sunday night Mr. Sparks Marriage or "Old Phil." was a nephew of Mrs. Margaret Marrs, Capt. Phil B. Thompson and Mrs. of this city, and was a frequent visi tor to our town. In early life he spent Allie W. Davis were united in marmuch time here 'and was a general riage at the bride's home in Harrods-burlast week. The ceremony was 'a vorite among the young, people. lie has been connected with the firm of performed by President John Aug. Cogar & Co., at Danville for some Williams, the parlor being well filled time, and resided there until a few-- with relatives of the bride, and close weeks ago, when broken health for friends of both parties. Tho groom, years of ag?, ced him to return to his former home who is seventy-seve- n in Nicholasville. It would be diffi dressed in the conventional broadcloth suit, looked much younger, and cult to find a more congenial and boy than was Ed Sparks. the bride, who is just forty, and a fino To know him was to be fond of him. looking lady, looked very attractive traveling costAlthough only twenty-nin- e years of in a blue tailor-mad- e age, he had been engaged in business ume with hat to match. After being for quite a while and enjoyed a Jrepu- - showered vith the congratulations of tation for splendid qualification, strict those present the couple took a landau honesty and fair dealings. lie was for Burgin and went thence to Cincinmarried about eight years ago to Miss nati for a brief honeymoon. Captam Thompson one Eunice Hamilton, a lovely and accom- yers in theis state. of the foremost lawa lie plished Nicholasville girl, who, with and Confederate veteran, is andMexican among sweet little daughter, is left to those who witnessed the happy event yesterday were three of his old wur mourn his loss. Lancaster friends exMessrs. T. B. Phelps, J. C tend heart-fel- t sympathies to th:m in comrades, and Edwin Glave, who startRobinson this, their crreat bereavement- - Fun ed from New Orleans to Mexico in eral services werj held Tuesday after Capt Thompson's company just fifty-tw- o noon ana ine remains interred in the years ago yesterday, the day of Nicholasville cemetery. bis marriage. Harrodsbur Democrat. exan.-inatiog, clever-hearted Ituckcye Fishing Cliili. enough to at tend tells The Recoi-.that the '"biggest" time he ever had 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 informant's language, "they put the big pot into the little one." The Great Crea tor 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. Oae of those fortunate CENTRAL EPX30ED KVEP.V it Wo do VBEEjy If, Publisher. LOUIS t,A.NDR LANCASTER, IfEXTUCKV . YlAE, in ADVANCE. " !ONE M0KTH6. " " .$1.00 . .50 . .25 i tfrii he will have no opposition. not care a blank whether he is f.or free sUver, gold, woman's rights, or what not, he's a fair, fequart. man and will stand by his friends. John Rhea is one of the very few politicians who will not lie to you. Ire's our friend and we hope he will have smooth sailing back into his seat in congress. PR- - PAV1D LOGAN. MoCREARY. nox. Dave Colsox will yet FRIDAY, wear colonel's straps and lead a regiment of Kentuckians. Gov. Bradley has been notified that the fourth Kentucky regiment will be organized and FOH CONGRESS. ordes for its mobilzatiou are expectMcOUE.VRY. Wc are authorized to announce ed at any moment. The companies are already organized and ready to Hon. James B. McOrkirv, of Madison county, a candidate for Congress In the move immediately to Lexington and 8th Congressional District, subject to the be sworn in. They are all from eastaction of the Democratic party. ern Kentucky. THOMPSON We announce J. D. Thompson a by the Dem At the close of this war Dave Col son candidate for ocratic party for Representative In Con ought to keep his regiment in fighting cress from this the 8th district. trim to use on John D. White. He has knocked the old codger out with most NoTinxa of importance lias transpir- every other weapon, but the latter ined in the war situation since our last variably comes back. Probably a issue, save the arrival of the American standing regiment will keep the Crestsoldiers off Santiago. It took the ed Jayhawker off Dave's poor bones. i ransports exactly six days to make Tiin count to date shows that every the trip from Port Tampa, to Santiago. They anchored twenty miles out at the town in the United States has a "boy" suggestion of Admiral Sampson, who with Dewey at Manila. If all these wanted, if possible, to keep their arri- stories were true there would be more val unknown to tho Spaniards until "boys" at Manila than could be placed nil arrangements for landing had been on the ship? of the entire American completed. Within fiteen minutes af-i- navy. , Admiral Sampson and Major Gen. Thkuk is enough display type in the Miafter had met, they were on their w.vy to about twelve average daily paper's headliens to miles west of Santiago, where they set a jack bi'l for every mule in the landel and went a mile inland for a American army. cm Terence with Gen. Garcia. Gen'i Snafter seems determined to lose no The Spanish gunners bhoot with t'.iue. He vetoed the naval plan which about the same accuracy with which calleJ lor further investigation of the Louisville base ball club bats. landing places He opposed delay and guided by Gen. Garcia's knowl-- e Bad management keeps more people :ge of the country formed his plans in poor circumstance! than any other for landing. He expects to have San- one cause. To be successful one must tiago at his mercy within a week. No look ahead and plan ahead so that Spanish war ships were seen during when a favorable opportunity pre the voyage. More troops will be dis- sents itself he is ready to take ad van patched to Santiago immediately, and, tage of it A little forethought will judging from the manner in which our also save much expense and valuable ofliccrs are going at their work, they time. A prudent and careful man will mean to wage the war to the bitter keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, end. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the l!efore our readers receive another house, the shiftless fellow will wait copy of The Record many desperate until necessity compels it and then battles will have been fought Our ruin his best horso going for a doctor men know the dangers from fever and and have a big doctor bill to pay, bo the heat, consequently they will make sides; one pays out 85 cents, the other every shot count and fight like demons is out a hundred dollars and then won in order to bring the war to a close ders why his neighbor is getting rich nnd get away from Cuba. The fore- er while he is getting poorer. For going is the exact situation to date, sale by R. E. McRoberts. lm. boiled down to fit our limited space. MARKSBURY. The old 6aying "Too many oooks N. II. Bogle reports business fair. spoil tbo broth" has been clearly borne 11. P. Robinson bought of H. D. Al out in this war. The trouble with getting our army in shape has all been dridge 23 lambs at 6c per lb They av caused by having too many bosses eraged 80 pounds. messing with aff lirs. Gen. Miles and Rev. T. H. Coleman, of Burgin, deold figure-heaAlger, secretary of livered two excellent sermons at the war, have been making faces at each Fork Sunday, one at 11 a. m., the oth other for a week or so, anl matters er at 4 p. m. have bicn delayed in order to give N. IL Bogie and wife spent Sunday them a chance to spat at oneanother. with his sister, Mrs. B. F. Vanarsdall, The army would have been all right at Burgin. Mrs. 11. P. Leslie, of Mon and had the war ended long ago had tana, and Miss Amanda Maupin, of it not been for a gang of figure heads Shelbyville, left Wednesday for their at Washington who wanted to "rubber-- different homes. Rev. T. IL Coleman neck" into every proposed move. and wife, of Burgin, visited, the fami It would be a great blessing if some lies of Messrs. T. L Herring and T. T. fifty or a hundred "heads of depart Pollard, Sunday and Monday. Mas ments" could le dumped into the sea. ters Joe Aldridge and Horace Denton, of Brcdhead, were the guests of Thad Gov. BitADLEYMonday issued a proc die Aldridge, last week. Mrs. Sallie lam at ion, and it is sincerely hoped Fox and Miss Mary Brent attended that the people of Kentucky will do the ontest at Stanford Friday night, all in their power to comply with its and were the guests of Dr. O'Bannon requests. The proclamation in full is and family. Mrs. Sam Hughes and as follows: children, accompanied by Miss Jennie "To the People of Kentucky While B. Powell, of Danville, are spending your brave sons are going and have several days with Mrs. N. H. Bogie. gone to the front, at the risk of health and life, to defend the honor of the Miss Margaret Wilkerson, of Louis Hag, avenge the murder of their ville, is visiting her friend, Mrs. Wm n brethren and assist the Anderson, at the home of the latter's and oppressed, it shoald not be forgot parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Kemper. Mr. ten that in 'many instances they have and Mrs. A. J. Chesnut, and Messrs. left families behind them who need J. A. Boner, of Danville, and J. T. and deserve your attention. "It is suggested that organizations Chesnut, of Boyle, spent Sunday with oc lormea in eyery county of the state Mr. J. C Boner. Dr. and Mrs. Amon for the purpose of looking after the Jpved ones of the absent soldiers and and Miss Jennie Gulley, of MaCreary, that immediate steps should be taken visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lear, Tues v. u. ukadlev in mis matter. day. Mrs. Katie Aldridge, of Lanczs ter, is spending several weeks with The "League of American Wheel her son, H. D. Aldridge, and visiting men" was in session at Lexington this friends in this community. Mrs. M. week. The object of the "League" is G. Aldridge and little daughter, Irene, not stated in the lengthy reports pub- of Brodhead, visited friends here last lished, but we presume its an organi- week. zation without which the peoule of Mr. Johnipevins, editor of the Press. this country could not exist The papers tell of how each rider "train Anthon, rbwa, says: "I have used ed" for the races, the time he made. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dl etc Now this would not look out of arrhoea Remedy in my family for fif teen years, have recommended it to place if Uncle Sam was not sorely need of the services of these strapping hundreds of others, and have never fellows just at this time. Any man known it to fail in a single instance who cm devote four to eight hours a Forsalc by R. E. McRoberts lm aay to "training ' lor a bicycle race STONE. ought to be made to shoulder a musket and go to the front Most everybody finished setting to bacco last week. While the authorities are killing Elder B. F. Neal, of Winchester time trying to figure out plans where at by they will be personally benefitted filled his regular appointment politically, our brave boys have been Scott's Fork, Sunday. Wheat is ripe, and harvest is in full almost roasting alive on the big bat tle ships in Cuban waters. The ships, blast in this locality, it is thought to stripped for action, are nothing but be extra good this season. W. IL Land and son, delivered their iron and steeL The baking sun, com ing down as it does there, make them lambs to Mr. Miles, of Nicholasville, a veritable helL If some of the pow the latter part of last week, at 5 cents ers that be could be placed.in the po per pound. sition of our sailors for awhile it would Lemon Teater sold a nice cow to bring about the jogging up which the Frank Bourne, last week, at $30. He Washington government so badly also bought another cow in this neighneeds. borhood at $8. 35 per hundred. T. L. Saunders delivered his lambs Members of th Louisville Legion to B. F. Robinson last week at 5 cents have their noses turned up at Govern- per pound, also sold him an extra or Bradley because the latter had a yearling steer at 825, lot of old guns, etc., taken from their Mrs. Millie Brown and Mrs. Alice armory and returned to Frankfort Ray, of Buckeye, were the guests of The Legion is a good organization but Mrs. J. H. Raney. Cronley Broaddus visited the family of the citizens of Louisville have petted and wife, last Sunday. Last T. L. Saunders, week the boys until they are very much Misses Stella and Minnie Broaddus, of like a lot of spoiled children. As Un- McCreary, and Norma Stone, were the cle Sara now has these fellows under pleasant .guests of Miss Mattie SaunMrs. Samuel Allen, Lexinghis control he will doubtless turn ders. is visiting the family of Mr. and ton, of them across his lap and spank out Mrs. Wm. Allen. some of their ideas. CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic, Neural tU Hoy. Jons S. Rhea has been renom- flaHICrS In Bvemlnutei. and Toothache Sour Stomach inated for congress in his district, and and Btuuaer Conpfauati. Price, 5 Cents. fjt to June 24, - 1808 Dr. J. A- - Amou aad bride have reGallant Soldier and Vcloveil Gentleman turned and taken rooms at A. F. Mo Passes Peacefully Away. erley's, where they will live this year. Dr M. D. Logan died at his home Their many friends wish them much near JJ.mviiic, Jsaturuay morning happiness. about five o'cloc'.t. Dr. Logan was W. II. Lackey, of your city was the blessed with remarkably good health gue3t of his sister, Mrs. D. Gulley, through life, and it was not until Sunday. Misses Pearl Hill and Bettie within the last year or two that he Arnold, of your city, and Bessie Ar.began to fa !. Several times during nold, of niatts ville, wcro visitors o. the last three months his condition Mrs. J. B. Sanders, last week. Miss was considered tj be dangerous, but Irene Simpson, of Teatersvillc, spent about two weeks ago he took a change the latter part of last week with Miss for the better. This only lasted a Jennie Hardin. Mrs. J. C. West and short while and two da.ys before the Master Bailey, are visiting her parend came, he bran to sink rapidly. ents, Dr. and Mrs. T. B. Lewis, in lie was ailLcted with a complication Turnersville. Misses Nelle and Lillie of diseases peculiar to men of his age. Ray, of Buckeye, were the guests of Dr. Lojran was perhaps the most the Misses Nave, Sunday. Mro. Mary n man in Central Ken L. Anderson and Miss Mary Burnside, tue'ey. He was born in Marion coun of your city, visited friends here Sun ty, Ky., January 8, lS2i His father, day. Beatty Logan, was of the pioneer fam The Chelf Burgess of Milesburg, Pa., ilies. When a young man, he enlisted in Col. McKee's regiment for the Mex- says De Witt's Little Early Risers are ican war, and served with distinction. the best pills he ever used in his famiLater he read medicine under Dr. Huff- - ly during forty years of house keeping. lhey cure constipation, sick head ache and stomach and liver troubles. S.nall in size but great in results. Stormes Drug Store. lm widely-know- Crippled by Rheumatism. Those who have Rheumatism find themselves growing steadily worse all the while. One reason of this is that the remedies prescribed by the doctors contain mercury and potash, which ultimately intensify the disease by caus ing the joints to swell and stiffen, Sroducing a severe aclfingof the bones. been curing Rheumatism for twenty years even the worst cases which seemed almost incurable. Capt. O. E. nuches. the popular railroad conductor, of Columbia, S. C, had an experience with Rheumatism whlea convinced him that there is onlv one cure for that painful dis ease, tie says: "i was a great sufferer from muscular Rheumatism for two years. I could get no permanent relief from any medicine pre scribed by my physician. 1 tooK about a dozen bottles of your S. S. S.. and now I am as well as I tfi'i ever was in my life. Iam euro that your medicine cured me, and X would recommend it to anv one suffering from any blood disease." i-i- -i o ok Out! comii ffie a Cyclone GROCERIES at prices which will astonish you FIRST-CLAS- S 1 We are i and will open a TREMENDOUS STOCK OF About Wednesday, June 29. GrL Blue Grass Grocery Coi Lancaster. BURDETT KNOB. Harvest on hand this week. Corn is looking exceedingly well around here. James Adams has purchased the farm of Thomas Moore, paying $25 per acre. Miss 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 had a few days previous refused 130 for him. There will be preaching at Orchard Grove next Sunday afternoon at our aunuav scuool at three. c'ciock. promptly. Everybody should com?. Mrs. James Thomas, of this neigh borhood, visited relatives near Prach ersville, last week. John Lane made flying trip to this vicinity Sunday Porter Dunn spent a few days with his brother in Burgin, last week. Everybody knows that Rheumatism state of the blood, and only a blood remedy is the only proper treatment, but a remedy containing potash and mercury only aggravates the trouble. is a diseased Thompson Block. 53 large Retail Stores in Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana. S.S.S.eBlood being Purely Vegetable, goes direct to the very cause of the disease and a per manent cure always results. It is the only blood remedy guaranteed to con tain no potash, mercury or other dan gerous minerals. Books mailed free fiv Swift Rneifln Ittmpany, Atlanta, ueorgia. Back in 185G. Eph P. Brown. Mgr. E. AV. Lillard. B xoooooooooooooooooooooqc j ; Jno. B.Stout. i C : ; Acer.-adero- s, Lillavd We were showa this week a poster anr.ou u in a "nore ana Alu.e Dair" to be held at Lincaster on July 10th 1850. A number of features are an 1 & Sioiot, eadihgP"buggists. Stationary, Faints, Oils, Etc. d down-trodde- man, at Stanford, graduated in 1850 at the Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. He immediately located in Lancaster, where he practiced his profession successfully until the breaking out of the civil war. He entered the Confederate army and was elected Captain of company I, Forrest's Cavalry, and was captured at Fort Donel-soAfter he was exchanged he was assigned to Morgan's command, being the senior Captain in Gano's regiment Dr. Logan w as captured in the famous Ohio raid and remained along time at Columbus, O., but was exchanged before the close of the war. It would be folly for this poor pen to attempt a eulogy upon the life of one so grand, so noble and so pure as was Dr. Logan. His praises are sung by the lips of every one, rich, poor, saint, and sinner, who had the pleas ure of his acquaintance. Holy Writ tells us that none are without sin, but if Uncle Dave had any corruption in him, no one on this earth ever had cause to know it He was a gentleman of the truest type. He was one of the yery few men who believed in, and carried out doin? unto others as you would nave others do unto you. It is customary when a prominent man dies to write a long obituary no tice and recall his good deeds. In this case it is not at all necessary to follow this custom. Ihe 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 had a deep sympathy for ihe unfortu nate, and an utter contempt for ras cality. He was blessed with an abun dance of this world's 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 be' stowed in a quiet way. Dr. Logan did not belong to any church, though he lived a more Clirist-Jiklife than great majority of tlrbse whose names are upon church rolls. In Dr. Green's remarks at the grave he said that ten or twelve years ago Dr. Logan wished to make 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 confes sion as would let all the world know his true principles, nnd 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 follow ed the remains to the cemetery in that city Sunday afternoon. The ceremonies were in charge of the Masonic fraternity, and Confederate soldiers. The latter held a short ceremony, conducted by Dr. Green. The Masonie fraternity, 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 church sang several beautiful hymns, prayers were offered by Revs. Lynch and Saunders, and all that was mortal of Mathew David Logan was laid beneath the sol, there to rest until the arch angel's trump shall usher in the Resurrection L. L. morn. Peace to his ashes. e nounced, among them being Landam's Cornet Ban I. Among the name s as director.', etc., are R. W. Dunl .p, Boyle county; A. F. Denny, T. K. Sal ter, Z. Elkin, Col. Hall Anderson, Dr. i i F. Duncan, A. A. Beazley, A. (1. I :- -: Herndon, G. J. Salter, Garrett E.kin, and others of Garrard; Robt Logan, Boyle county; Wm. Williams O. P. Beard, Madison; Dr. A. Huffman, Mr. P. Ketcham of Pike City, CaL, Frank Gentry, Peyton Eaibiy, John ORGANIZED 1883. Lincoln. Each premium says: "During my brother s late sick Huffman, ness from sciatic rheumatism, Cham offered was a silver cup valued at berlain's Pain Balm was the only rem from S10 to S'25. NATIONAL BANK, edy that gave him any relief." Many HOBSON. U OF LAN0A3TEB. FT. others have teatified-tthe prompt re lief from pain which this liniment af The following lines were composed Capital, $100,000 fords. For sale by R. E. McRoberts. by H.L., the d son of Rev W. M. Kuykendall, pastor of tho Fork Surplus Fund 15,000 FLATWOOD. church. Stall 3o?4, Hffilri Sstides, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, h THE oooooooooooooooooooooooooc L CAPITAL $300,000.00 PITIfflS BUNK j ( twtlve-year-ol- -- OF- SURPLUS. 965,000.00. Joseph Tankersley, who has been sick quite a while, died Sunday 10th. There was preaching at Good Hope church Saturday and Sunday, by the pastor. Protracted moeting will hi held at Good Hope church, commencing the third Sunday in July. Miss Gertie Wood, of near Danville is v'siting at Mr. Parkes'. Mrs. 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, Spangler's, and attended "Children's Day." which was quite a success, last Sandav. 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 Dactt, ne attempted to swim across, but both were washed under the wa 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 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 grazji for other parties. He sold $200 worth of hay. tei-gat- e. Yon may talk of brave commanders, And the wonderful deeds performed. Bat the greatest feat of the century Was accomplished by Hobson. BUSINESS SOUCITKO. LANCASTER, KY. Onretal and Prompt Attention Qnnmnteed J. M. Hiqgiwbothah Lxwis Y. Lbavkll B. 7. Hudson W. O. Bionjsy C. D. Wauexb DIRECTORS: J.M.HlQeiNBOTHAX, LXVIS Y. LlAVILL, DIRECTORS With seven brave men be entered The narrow passage between the fleets; And 'twas here In the face of the Spanish gnns He performed his wonderful feat. After blowing up the old Merimac To" impede the enemies flight, Into the ocean wild he plunged Amid the silent shades of night. Seeing that to escape was impossible lie swam to the enimies shore, Here he was taken as prisoner of war Perhaps bis country see nevermore. Long may you live brave Hobson. You and your brave men too. For in reading the accounts of brave 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. Freildent Cashier A. B.DINNT. President. Jno. E. Stobxes. Vice President. Wm. H. Kinnaibd, Cuhler. Assistant Cash'r Bookkeeper B.C.Dknnt, Assistant Cash'r. K. T. Embbt J. F. Bobinson. Jb, Ass't J.S. Johnson, H.C.Abnold, Jb. ALZX. T.M.Abnold, B.F. Hudson. GIBBS, J.J. WXLXXB Jacob Y. Robinson. Jas Spllman, Sam'l. D.Cochran, A. C. Robinson. Alex. B. Denny. W. B. Cook, I. Davidson, Jno. E. Stormes, Baby Mine! Every mother feels an inde scribable dread of the pain and danger attend Danville, Ky. j CALDWELL LANIER j ! j ant upon the most critical pe riod of her life. SHOES. ; is "I think DeWitt's Witch Hazal Salye the finest preparation on the market for piles." So writes John C Dunn, of Wheeling, W. Va. Try it and you will II siifffr!no- - and think the sam3. It also cures eczema and all skin diseases. Stormes Drug danger of the ordeal make Store. lm its anticipation one of misery. MT. HEBRON Mr. John Upton is very sick at this writing. Thomas Norris has moved from this vicinity to his father's 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 Yukoa river, and has come for his wife and children. They will all leave in a short time. Mrs. Leila Bettis and daughter, visited Mrs. Sarah Nelson the latter 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. Al-ti- e, mother should be a source of joy Becoming PLEASURE TO LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE. G-A-XjL I OUST WE WANT TJS. ; TJRXJTVKS J and VALISES. TO SEE YOU J MOTHER'S FRIEND ; : is the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and suf fering incident to maternity; this hour which is dreaded as woman's severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is re moved by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer defflSURAHCE spondent or eloomv: nervousness FIRE nausea and other distressing conditions are avoided, the system is SPRINGFIELD made ready for the coming event, FIRE AND MARINE and the serious accidents so com INSURANCE COMPANY. mon to tne critical nour are) obviated by tne use ot motners Friend. It is a blessing to woman. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO Whether You Buy Or Not. ill UK : Q W. H. LACKEY Successor to Lackey & Gulley. First-Cla- s 1.00 PER BOTTLK at all or sent by express on receipt of price. Drug-Stores- , OP NEW YORK. mm STABLE. MflKS rntfc Ike B1ABFIKLB BK6ULAT0K CO., Atlanta. 6s Containing Invaluable Information ot interest to all women, Trill be sent to any address, upon application, bj Robinson & Hamilton LvxcraB Igts HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO Office ovei Post Office. Kentucky :: : PAINT TOUR HOUSE WITH TRAVELING MEN. j NEW di ! LIVERY. J3 Mastic Mixed Faint. OR THE BEST BRANDS OF I have purchased the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the i s S TffS. BEAZLEY, Twth filled and extracted wlik ont Dln. Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. Office over J. R. Haaelderra hardware store, next to Coon Hons. Lancas- DINTI8T. 0aama Eigbt District Vote In Convention. The ten.counties in the Eight Congressional District will be allowed a total delagation in the district convention at Danville, July 12, of 155, 78 being necessary for a choice. The representation has been apportioned according to the Democratic vote for W. J. Bryan in 1890, allowing one vote for each 100 votes and fraction of 100 over 50 as follows: Madison, 28; Shelby, 25 Mercer, 17; Lincoln, 16; Jessamine, 14 Anderson, IS; Boyle, 12; Garrard, 12 Spencer, 10; Rockcastle, 8; Total, 155 Orders Very Best Rigs 1 on the shortest notice, Special attention given White Lead and Dil. We are Glad to Sell Either. ter. Kt. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. All persons snowing themselves Indebted to the estate or the lata Dr.W. 8. O'Neal will please call and settle with L. F. Babble aad greatly oblige me. X. Y. AdalBlstraUlx. Apr KM RICE BENGE. MiROBERTS' DRUG STORE. taken for all Foreign or Domestic Magiziaes or newspapers. Bring us your Job Printing. Who KTT411 WW McCreary, FOB $1Q It All be Thompson or Gilbert? or send to us. Gats 0pofT1 P H r Name of Candidate. Number of Votes Signature Address Here is a Chance to Get A suit of clothes for Nothing Men's Fine Suits $12, $13.50, $15, $16.50. costs you notliing to look through Look for yourself and be Convinced. is a pleasure to us to show our goods. our lines. It ' Pressefl- Suits male to orier, Clcanei Straw Hats 50c on the Dollar. To the first person sending us tho nearest guess to the exact number of votes received by the winning candidate on the final ballot in the coming Congressional Convention, we will give a fine Suit of Clothes. Make as many guesses as you want- - Cut this out, fill blank and bring FQW ai Best 50c TJnlaundered Shirt in the country. J. L. Frohman WONDERFUL THE &Co, - bourville, and knows many people in this section. He now resides at Wich- ta Falls, Texas, the home of the no ted "'oar" hunter, "Andy" Burnside. Telephone 136, lambs up to the present. The L. & N; should look after this business, and not permit stock to be taken from their immediate territory to Danville for shipment, and should see that their shippers are fully prctecle 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 rer cent of an acreage crop of tobacco plants set out Growers have had a very backward season in that county. H. P. Thompson, of Clark county, Ky., has completed the setting out of oae million, one hundred and fifty thousand tobacco plants, requiring 177 acres to plant them. There is more dinger from summer killing of a newly sown field of blue- grass than there is from having it winter killed. Tne best time to sow, usually, is in Semtember. The largest stockyards in the world are in Chicago. The combined plants represent an investment of over The yards contain twenty miles of street, twenty miles of water troughs, fifty miles of feeding troughs seveuty-fiv- e miles of water and drain age troughs. The yards are capab'.e of receiving and accommodating daily, 20,000 cattle, 20,000 sheop and 120,000 1 Danville, Ky. A FULL STOCK OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Constantly on hand. I WILL. SELL CLEJ1IIXC- SJ1LU. of Always this time of the year my desire is to get ridmy and all the goods in my line whether get cost or not my barcustomers always reap a great benefit. This time gains will be graduated at the University of Virgiuia last week w th d gr e of Bachelor of Law. C. Casey M. Owsley, Esq , Everything in the Millin ery Line SHOES, -- linery line go in this sale. GREATER THAN EVER, sq first coming will get the Cream, All goods in the miln?TTP FRIDAY, A T "PTTPn'RTl i I June, 24, - 1898. 0 OOfrC00OO0O90000 L AT l)I?OClAT AUi JL XLlXOVi- Alta lJjttis I Miss Miss Lottie Uettis. -- lest capacity. Tom Walker has three or four hun was here a Mr. Brewer, of Lebanon, dred acres in wheat and he has four few days this wceK. or five bin lers runuinir. Miss Louise Farris is visiting relaSome of our farmers are cutting bed of sharp sand or fine gravel, tives in Harrodsburg. wheat this week, the yield will be good free from any admixture of earth, and four inches in depth. The but theres some complaint of smut, hogs. is visMiss Moot Xave, of Danville, pavement shall be laid with tiie usual s Mr. C. Shumate has a fijld that he City, Pa., The milk will sour in some of our iting Miss Jennie Totten. The editor of the Dind (Herring Hone), and truly and neatly jointua to the line of ttie curb Globe, writes. "Oae Minute Cough pans, despite all our care and clean has been cultivating in corn for fifteen yis-Miss Eliza Smith left Monday to W and inspected the Cure is rightly named. It cured my liness. Sterilize the fresh milk by years in succession and he says he has her uncle in Lexington-Ne-t and stone. hen laid covered with sharp pavement shall be Buggies, children after all other remedies fail bringing it to just 155 degrees of tem the best prospect for a bountiful crop sand or fine gravel. No broken or ir Stephens, of Glendale, Ohio, is ed." It cures coughs, colds and all perature, and then coeling it The this year. He seldom ever makes less regularly formed or sou bneic snail be the guest of Herbert Harden. used, 'lhe pitch of tlu sidewalk when th in 12 barrels to the acre. throat and lung troubles. Stormes butter will be Just as good. finished shall be three inches from the Drug Store. lm Mr. Charlie Frisbie is spendiug a Lot us fix in mind that sheep never inside edje to tlu outer tdge at the I was seriously affiicted with a cough crop a pasture but to benefit it More few days at Dripping Springs. curbing. Around the public spuare no sidewalk shall be less than twelve feet over, climb over rocks and ledge: for sevoral years, and last fall had a Miss i iam Herring, of I ouisville, is wide; on Danville, Richmond, Stanford more savero cough than ever before. FARM AND STOCK NOTES. x where cows would not go, and almost the guest of Miss Sue Herring. and Lexington Avenues, from the pubevery herb that grows suffices them I have used many remedies without lic square to the seond alley removed receiving much relief, and being recMr. and Mrs. Edwin Arnold have for food, therefrom all sidewalks shall be not nie Farra. ommended to try a bottle of Cham. less than eight feet wide; all other returned from a visit to Perry ville. There Is nothing that will make the tooo bushels corn wanted. sidewalks shall be not less than six hy Mrs. John Anderson, of Lancaster, will give one dollar ana seventy hair grow on a scar. The hair follicles berlain's Coughtn,eRemedy,a poora friend, Miss Hallie Hamilton left Thursfeet wide. who knowing to be widow, i visiting her daughter, Mrs, Brown- All sulewalks ia front of Section ve cents per barrel for 1,000 bar are destroyed and that is the end of day to visit friends in Middlesboro. the property of any person or persons, on Walton Avenue. Lexington rels of corn delivered at the Pil the hair. You may reduc3 the em aye it to me, I tried it, and with the most gratifying results. The first bot Master Hugh Tillett, of Danville, is Argonaut. whose busiuesb necessitates tne croslargemants by applying equal parts of grimage Distillery. sing thereof with wheeled vehicles, visiting his aunt. Miss Sallie Tillett. tie relieved ma very much anJ tl.o sec shall have a roadway either of brick, Miss Dickerson, of Nicholasville, ac Jno. W. Miller, Mgr. sweet ojl and iodine twice a day and ond bottle has apaolutoly cured me. I rubbing with the hand. Misses Mattie Elkin and Mae Hughes companied by Mr. Arthur Milds, spent We have o n our floor two car placed on edge, or of stone or Uagging, For sale, three firstclass, red bul good have not had health for extending tue entire width, of suithave returned from a visit to Stanford. Saturday and Sunday with Miss Hal calves. J. B. Leavell. Bryantsville, Sick headache, biliousness, constipa twenty years- - I give this certificate loads of the finest and most com- able distance apart. Where llagging plete line of Kinnaird is manipulating lie Hamilton. is usad, each stone composing the Ky. tion and all livor and stomach troulr without solicitation, simply in appro Herbert shall be not less than three; feet the wires at the telephone exchange. Miss Norma Stone has returned J. B. Leavell, of Bryantsville, sold les can be quickly cured by using those cation of tho gratltade feltor the euro PHAETONS, six inches long, fifteen inches wide and Respectfully, Mks. Mav A. inches deep, and eight and May Lynn Dickerson, of Nich- home after a very pleasant visit to to Sherrow and Colter a No I bul 0 If famous little pills known as DeWitt's effectedMiss Little Early Risers. They are pleas Be A kb, Claremore, Ark. For sale by the space between the llagging shall olasville, is visiting Miss Hallie Hamil- her cousins, Misses Minnie and Stella for 50. BUGGIES, be paved with brick placed on edge; take lm. Broaddus, of McCreary. ton. It is reported that the Georgia peach ant to Store. and never gripe. Stormes R. E. MoRoberts. and in all cuies provided for in this Drug lm section, the work shall agree with the SUREIES was the R. Kinnaird and wife. Miss Nell crop will be excellent this year, far Mr. Joe Nevius, of Stanford paint LICK. pitch and grade of silewalks adjacent. Mercer Items Mr. F. D. Spots wood guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Zanone Marrs, Hon. R. II. Tomlinson and better than for many seasons. The expense incurred m Section Our county is one of the best produ has sold to Virginia parties the fast Robt West attended the funeral of Sunday. making and repairing sidewalks and & Co., sell more goo's for Wallace - pacing gelding, H. P. Mason, by Hun be paid by the owners Edwin Sparks at Nicholasville Tues cers of hemp in this state, and our fa.less money than anybody in Paint ever snown in .Lancaster, uur curbing shall Misses Mary Miller, Mae Hughes and day. of lands fronting and abutting theremers are noted for handling their ter Wilkes, 'lhis is a old, and could show miles in 2:15 when Lick. Ivory soap 4c a cake, 3 cakes prices are lower than can be found on, each lot or portion of a lot being Frisbie visited Dripping Springs Fred hemp nicely. assessed for the We are glad to say that reports as anywhere. Our guarantee is bet- separately proportion to thefull value Monday. sold. He goes to Martinsville, Va, Town Talk Soap for 5c. frontage thereof, in Thousands of persons have been cur to the illness of Capt W. J. Kinnaird Wallace & Co., sell heavy ilowered ter. We can save you from where Mr. Everett Middleton will tnereof to the entire length of the Miss Jennie Shumate, of Danville. have been trreatlv exaecrerated. Pig ed of piles by using DeWitt's Witch take him in charge to campaign with tumblers for 10c a set (of C), 2Je per whole improvement, not exceeding a has been the guest of MiBS -- Olivia eon is all right and will be down here Hazel Salve. It heals promptly and square, sufficient to cover the total ex number of others. E. J. Thialer dozen. Ice cream saucers 10c a set, cures eczema and all skin diseases It pense oi tne worK; out tne owners oi Sweeney. in a few days. a who parchase of 10, fancy salt and popper boxes 3c each. such property shall have the right to gives immediate relief. Stormes Drug 000 made judicious on any vehicle you buy. bushels of wheat last year, sold the Men's shoos solid leather soles, sole- Herring, of Lower Gar Miss Hallie make sucn improvements, n tney prelm Mr. Ashbrook Frank and brother. Store. We also have a complete line of fer doing so, instead of paying for of it 4.000 bushels three weeks rard, is spending a few days with Miss Rev. Robert Graham Frank, went to Eliiha Dunn cultivated on the farm last for $1.00, delivered in Chicago, the leather counters, in all styles, SI. 15. Harness we areAoffering exceeding- same. nencver any expense or cost ago These bargains can not bo equaled Lottie Bettis. of work shall have been assessed on Mays ville Friday to attend the funeral of A. J. Rice, on the shares, and Jno. cost of shipment and commission be Ladies tan shoes, solid throughout, SI. ly low. any lands as herein provided, the Mr. W. S. Frank. Lex Beaz'.ey and Keen Burdett on the Miss Chestnut, of Shelby City, is the of their uncle, ing 12 cents a bushel. In the last two Wallace & Co., Paint Lick. Examine Come and see us. No amount of said expense shill become a farm of T. L Herring, on the shares, charming guest of Miss Lizzie Hays, ington Argonaut lien upon said lands, which shall take weeks Mr. Thisler has bought 10,0t 0 tneir goo as ana prices Detore you go recently delivered their respective goods. trouble to precedence of all other liens, anil Hyattsville. at Mr. Claude Royston, who has been crops of hemp to H. A. B. Marksbury bushels of the growing crop at from elsewhere. They will save j'ou money which may bj enforced by the conengaged ia business in Chicago for and Son, the quality extra, and they OS to 75 cents a busheL Russell & Co, accordance with J. ROMANS Carrlap Co., tractor or city in Code Practice. the Misses Letitia Brown and Bessie . shipped 100 4iog3 to Ciucinnati and of p ovisions of the Burnside are visiting Miss Pearl Burn- - several years, is at home for a vaca deserve special mention, as the hemp sold out at S3. 85 a hundred, also 15- Section 4. Upon the order of the LANCASTER, KY. tion. He is looking well and his many was well handled and nicely cleaned. bile in Stanford. City Council signed by the mayor and to 4 eattle which brought from 2 friends are delighted to see him. served by the city marshal upon any There are various reports of the Cal Nevieus left this week to make cents, and a double decker of lamb CITY ORDINANCE. lot owner requiring pavement tt be The Stanford Journal says it would condition of the wheat in this section. that were sold at G and C cents. the circuit with Dora . CoL J. W. built according to ordinance, and said be hard to find three prettier girls From some sections come indications They c'aim that they lost 20 on the Miller's fine pacer. The City Council of the City of Lan lot owner failing to comply with said after service than those now visiting Miss Pearl of fine yield, others report a great deal shipment Democrat caster, Kentucky, do ordain as fol order within sixty daysmny have said of said notioc. the city Miss Ella Stephens, of Glendale, O , Burnside Misses Lucia McAfee, of of smut, some report the presei.ee of lows: Section 1. Unless otherwise provid pavement built or repaired and chargis visiting Miss Lula Graham at Mrs. Lebanon, Bessie Burnside, of Garrard, chinch bug and rust Danville Advoed by ordinance, the grading, paving, ed against said property as herein proMoody Har Jen's. cate. and Letitia Brown, of Lexington. vided. R. KINNAIRO'S recur curbing, and tht Section 5. This ordinance shall go and paving of any sidewalk, or The difference in the cost of grow Mr. John Gray, of Frankfort, has Mr. Robert E. Hughes, of the Louis portion tnereof, within the corporate into effect immediately upon publico bushels of corn to the ing twenty-fiv- e ILKlXNAiUD, Mayor. tion. ville Commercial, spent Sunday with acre or fi ty bushels is so slight that it limits of Lancaster, wnicn tne kaiv Clerk. Council may order to be so improved, Attest, W. II. Wherhitt, City his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. need not be considered, buf the differshall be excuted as follows: The grad Representing Over Hughes. Bob has a splendid position ence in the value of the profit from ing shall agree with the pitch and with the Commercial and is helping growing can be determined without with a suffi it Get One of these Roasters Free! grade of the sidewalk, curu make that paper one of the best in the very close figuring. The same thing to aamu ALL WOMEN cient deptn below tne the sand or fine gravel and brick paveIn the following Fire Insurance South. Should know that the holds good with every farm operation ment being properly placed. v 1 1 "Old Tlmo" EerneUy, Call at my store and we will ex there is embankment tne sides When shall in growing all sorts of crops, in rais Mrs. K M. narbison, of Mitchells Companies y 35 be sloped as much as may be necesa-rstock. burg, has issued invitations to the ing common or plain. to sustain the pavement in position. taa of Hartford. d marriage of her daughter, Miss Mar of There has not been a At the outer edge of the pavement and still in the lead with I am garet Polk Harbison, to Mr. Hollie lambs shipped from this station this supporting it, shall be laid a line of Qaeea of America curb stones not less than three inches Carlton, Wednesday afternoon, June season, a nay are all taken to uan- National of Hartfort. shall bo at GOODS. in width, and each stone Curb stones 29th, at half past three o'clock. It will ville shipment via Cincinnati &K. NOW OPEN83 least two feet in length. Pkeaix of Brooklya. be a quiet home wedding. Danville Southern to Cincinnati, and all the cases, have a full qu ire shall in all joint not less thah fifteen inches deep. Advocate. cattle are going to Danville for ship Hartford of Hartford. The curb stones shall be tooled down Goods are all fresh. I can please to a uni'orm straight line for a depth visiting ment Now and then we have a car Rev. Wm Evans has bien EXHILARATING, Maacfcester of Eaglaad. of hogs from here to Cincinnati, they of two inches below the top on the inhi father, Dr. Evans, on Richmond all. RESTFUL to Danville for shipner side, so as to make a true and CoiectlcHt ef Hartford. street He preached at the Methodist would be taken thing that prevents is neat joint with the briek paving here ment, the only church Sunday morning and at the LANGDON'S BREAD DAILY. inafter specified. Curb stones shall be North British aai Merchaatlie. weather, and hogs of good, hard, limestone, free from Union meeting in Christian c'aurch. the excessive hot 8$ drive. We are relia AMUSEMENTS, Al seams or Gerawa America ef New York. A flaws, dry to be laid crack.to line curb Irregularities forFeneleTrMMes. Corrects all PLEASE GIVE that evening. Rev. Evans is a good cannot stand the one party who usu truo and Is the best In Female Onrans. Should be stones are bly informed that S3 GOOD LIVING. preacher and has made many friends Loadoa aai fclleVe. TRIAL. grade. The material excavated for taken for C km re af Life and before CMMMfc. ally ships over the L. & N. has taken Lirervoel aad during bis stay. placing curb stones shall, sf.er the i Planters "Old Time" Kemtila uavu stoouine to Danville and shipped over 1,200 I alio represent the old reliable stones are set in position, oe piacea I test for twenty years. terms aaaress Mr. E. H. Hudson, representing the in layers and thoroughly rammed. Made only by New Spen cer Medicine Co., Chatfwjw CUBAN OIL curt The brick pavement shall be formed of Dallas, was Life Hofinanm, Prop'r-- ! Texas Farm and Ranch,made m a pleas riWtlVl ?Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Bkeu New of good, sound hardburned well-f- i rm- in town this week and ed, whole paving bricks, and laid on a J For sale by E. B, McEoberts.-Lan- . ant calL He is originally from Bar-- matum and Sores. Price, 25 ceatft is visiting her cousin it Mrs. Ephraim Brown, this week. Miss Graco Kinnaird is expected home this week from a visit to Bar- bourville relatives. Mrs. Moody Harden anefmaster Clar ence leave this week for a visit to relatives in Louisville. Miss Pearl Holcomb, a bewitching little beauty, of Louisvill, is the guest of Miss Florence Harris Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Williams and pretty baby, Mary Clay, are visiting relatives in Campbellsvillc 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 weilc Homer V. Batson, Esq., rcturnel Monday from the law school at Ann Arbor. He will spend his vacation here. have re Mr. and Mrs. Cabal turned from their extend jd bridal tour and taken romj w.th Mrs. Fan teen visiting his sister, sey is is a worthy chip of the old block and will certainly make his mark. He is now visiting Comadore Granger and will return to Lancaster in a few weeks. The following Master Masons at tended Dr. Logan's funeral at Danville 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 Hasclden. Thos Wherritt, G. S. Greenleaf, Geo. T. Farris. A. H. Rice and Louis Lan- dram. In a letter to The Record, Mr. B. M. Burdett writes from Killarncy, Fla., I want to go to Kentucky this sum mer, as my health is rather poor, and think the trip will help me. When think of so many old friends being ead 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." E.-an- AT COST FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS. Hats aad furnishing (goods GOOD VALUES AND LOW PRICES ALWAYS TO BE FOUND. Miss Sallie Tillett. LEAF. E. W. Norris is quite sick this week. Corn is selling at S2.00 per bbl in the am to call ib here. Farmers are plowing over their corn the last time. Horn to the wifj of Alvah Pullins bouncing big boy it is name E Iward Dewey. W mmi w imi thor-ough- .y .li. Ad:uns has rented D. C. I'ul- - ins grist mill and will run to its ful TERMS CASHPHAET J. W. SWE1NEY. km ROAD WAGONS. D.-nn- ... ... I Uag-gi- - lf KOAIWAGOirS 5 to ai first-cla- 25.00 f shor 8 2 L-- I Crab J)jg m urcnaru Springs. I .y-- Insurance Agency $57,000,000 well-bre- d car-loa- for BL BEST LOWEST PRICES. s gj US jGiig If Yirk Insurance H. M. BALLQU. - COMPANY. Knit ncUy IJy No Means the I.at. j STATE NEWS PICKUPS. baa demonstrated ten thousand times that .It is almost infallible FOR WCfiWS GOOD NEWS. PECULIAR WEAKNESSES, Irregularities and derangements. It has becomeof the leading remedy troubles. It exerts for this class n wonderfully healing, strengthening and soothing influence upon It cures tho menstrual organs. whites" and falling of tho womb. It stops flooding and relieves sup- Louisville and Nashville Railroad Co. Will llcstore Cne.llalf of the Cut Made in the Employes' Salaries. HALF C.il-- HOUR'S WORK. J.ln's, the As:iiliut of Kcro I. ttle Ciri, Taken Kroiu .lull t (jiufcgoiv, ami llaiigril. 1 pressed and painful menstruation, tor Change of Life it is the best medicine made. It is beneficial during pregnancy, and helps to bring children into homes barren for years. It invigorates, stimulates, strengthens the whole system. This great remedy is offered to all afflicted women. Why will anv woman suffer another minute wifh certain relief within reach t Wine of Cardui only costs $1.00 per bottle at your drug store. For adclce. in cares requiring tpeetal directions, address, plrinj siiriptnms, the "Ladies' AdvUnry Department ," The Chattanooga iled-iclCo., Chatthnooja, Ten.ru Rev. I. W. SMITH. Camden. S. C. sari: "My wile used Wine ol Cardui at home for falling of the womb and It entirely cured her." Louisville, Kj'., June 22. The Com : Beginning mercial Wednesday d July 1 the Louisville & Nashville Co. will restore to its employes of the cut made in their salar ies on August 1, 1893. the panie 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 corrjfany's stoek will be declared, the management preferring to the benefit give its army of einploj-eof increased earnings. With a contin ued improvement of business, however, the company will be in a position next year to declare dividends and also advance wages to the extent of the remaining portion of the cut. It is estimated that the restoration of the cut made in salaries will cost the company fully S50D.000. sa-sra'l-roaone-half s one-ha- lf Extracts from the Xexv Revenue Lair going into eUcct.Tuly 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 hy any bank, trust company, or any person or per sons, companies, or corporations at Bight or on demand, two cents. Bills of exchange (inland), draft certificate of deposit drawing" interest or order for the 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 each renewal 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 Conventlnn. To Select Delegates to Congressional In obedience to the order of the ex ecutive committee, I hereby call mass convention of the democrats of (Jarrard to assemble at the e in Lancaster at 2 p. m., standard time Natur.iay, July Oth 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 delegate for every 103 votes and a delegate for every fraction over 50 votes for the leading den ocratic elector in the last National election. 1 he said 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 arc 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 tharebv claim themselves obligated to support the nominee of the district convention shall be entitled to participate. Geo. T. Farris, Chm'n. court-hous- Our Courier-Journoffer is bring ing in many subscribers. Bead it Queen & Crescent Loir Rates. 5S Annual Convention Kentucky Christian Missionary Convention, ML Sterling, TCv. June 1898. Annual Session, L O. G. S. and D. of S., Keene, Ky. June 1898. District Confer ence, M. E Church, Louisville, Ky, 26-3- 3 July 1898. July McClure'g. "The First Fierht on Cuban Soil.' sines the beginning of our war wtth Spain, will be described in the July McClurc's by Mr. Stephen Bonsai, who was himself an of the fight The Fourth Wisconsin. Mr. Bonsai also took the photographs ld Madison, Wis., June 22. Gov. from which his article is to be illut has issued orders for the Fourth trated. Wisconsin regiment of infantry and Battary A to mobilize at Camp DougAway Flew tho Woodcock. Monday. This is Wisconsin's I have the best and cheapest line of las next quota under the second call for volwear ever brought to unteers. The present strength of these this city. coats at 50c 13 companies is 1,320, and of the batand SI; Black Alpaca coats at $2, and 109. genuine Crash suit at 83 50. Tailor tery Purchased by the Government. made, Kentucky home-spu- n tow linen at 8 per suit. Thegoods will launder New Yoke, June 23. The Spanish prize steamship Panama, which was perfectly. M. D. Hughes, Agt captured by the lighthouse tender Mangrove off Havana on April 35, was sold at auction Tuesday, and was purchased by the government for $41,000. For the speedy and permanent care of In the 500 mile homing race from tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham- Virginia, I1L, to Wheeling, J. E. Dunn's berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is coop was the winner, his birds arrivwithout an equal. It relieves the itching and smarting almost instantlr and ing first and second out of nine its continued use effects a permanent cure, it also cures itch, barber s Itch E. C. Blanks, of Lewisville, Tezsr, scald head, sore nipples ,' itchinsr piles chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and writes that one box of De Witt's Witch Hazel Silve was worth $50,000 to him. granmatea lias. It cured his piles of ten years standDr. CaijH CmsIUm Fswsert for ing. He advises others to try it It horses are the best tonic, blood purifier also cares ccwnn, skin diseases end and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Sold by obstinate sores. Stormes Drug Store. B. J McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster Sec-fieBeady-to-we- Glasoow. Ky.. June 17. At o'clock Thursday morning 50 men rode into Glasgow, proceeded to the jail, lorced on entrance by overpowering Jailer Carter, and taking Caleb Gaines, IS, the Negro assailant of little Hthol white, from his cell, drugged him out mid lynched him in the public square. The men, some of whom were masked, had the assistance of a trusty in the jail, who opened the cell doors for them. The mob had previously taken Jailer Carter's keys from him at the rear door of the jail. A i ope scon encircled Gaines' neck, and screaming, praying and struggling by turn, he was hauled along to the public bqiiare. Tho entire proceeding from the entrance .f the mob to the accomplishment of its design, was but. the work of half an hour. Before having town the mob red Gerrymander Invalid. The hundred shots with the threat 22. The sewral Ky., June FiUnkfout, anybody should cut the boy's Tues- that if court of appeals, in a decision body down before 12 o'clock uooii he day, holds the Third appellate-distric- t would meet with rough treatment gerrymander act invalid. The opinion is by Judge Guffy, and says that the Sritixtii-Mi.i.ii0. Ky., June Lewis act is in conflict with section 100, which provides that judicial circuits Gamier, living on Thompson's creek. may be rcdistricted only every six Washington county, has a jug of years. Suit testing the validity of the liquor Ut! years old. Nearly a century act was brought by Hon. C W. Lester, ago hi.-- , gicatgrandfathcr tilled the jug of Whiteley county, who, it is prac- for Jii.s baby daughter's wedding day. tically certain, will be the republican She grew to wriniinhood, but a week before her wedding day she died of a nominee in that district. snakebite. The jug passed on down Savors of Mystery the family line. Gamier will break his body jug's seal at the marriage of his Louisvillk, Ky., J une 2y-T- he of an unknown man was found on daughter next the river bank at the foot of Market New Kentucky I'ost meters. street Tuesday morning. While the Washington, .lune 18. Tho followevidently placed there to body was Kentucky postmasters were apgive the impretsien that it had been ing pointed Friday: Christianburg, Shelby cast up by the waves, there was couuty. Oscar V. Fry; Denny, Wayne nothing to indicate that it had been in county, Iteuben M. Denneyj Envy, the water. The man had been dead a Lyons; county, Sherman week, and his body was so decomposed Hutchison, Bourbon county, Milton R. that it is impossible to say whether he Jacob-- ; Miuorsville, Jcott county, met death by foul means or from Chas. T. Johnson; Skinnersburg, Scott natural causes. count-- , Andrew J. Brumbcck, Spruce- burg, Whitely county, Win. B. Sears. United by Children. Hopkinsvillk, Ky.,"June 22. At the A Cloudburac residence of Dr. M. S. Merri wether J. Richmond, Ky., June 18. Valley-vieWheeler Cayce, a wealthy planter, and this county, was visited by a W. T. his divorced wife were remarried. cloudburst Thursday night Last Maroh they bad a suit in the cir Curtslnfior's bowse, on Tottier'a creek, ol their was wo&hcd away, with ail its concuit court for the children, which were left In tho moth- - tents. Part of John Vandcrpool's r's custody, but their father was per house was wrecked. Tho , N., I & mitted to visit them. Out of these vis K. track was submerged and trains its grew the reconciliation of the par delayed. No fatalities have been re ents and the reinarriage. ported. Judge Iluckley to Ite a Captain. Safety l'in in the Stomach. Louisville. Ky., June 21. Judge , June 22. The 11- Kj-.Louisville, Bcuben Buckley received a letter Monmonths-olchild of J. C. Allen swal- day from Congressman Walter Evans lowed an open safety pin several days assuring him that his appointment as exago. It was found impossible to captain in the Sth infantry will be tricate it, and as the child was in dan- sent to the senate this week, along ger of choking to death the mother with that of Charles Ogden. He also pushed the pin down its throat De- received instructions about raising velopments are now being awaited. the company from Col. Huggins at Ft In a similar case recently the child Thomas. died six months after. Judgments Against a Itrldge Company. IIesdeksox, Ky., June 20. Throe It!- - Fire in Louisville. Louisvile, Ky., June 22. A fire judgments, amounting to more than 18,000, were rendered by the circuit which broke put at the corner of Third and Main Wednesday morning may do court in the franchise tax cases of this great damage. Whole fire department city against the Henderson Bridge Co. The board of trade build- There were three suits and the amounts called out ing in which is situated the Western and years are as follows: For 1S93, S7,- Union will be in danger unless the fire 140; for' 1894, 53,955; and for 1S95, $702, The is prevented from spreading. Farmer's Sudden Death. scene of the fire is in the wholesale Georgetown, Ky., June 20. Fred district Echweckart, a well known farmer of this county, dropped dead at Mud Lick To Mobilize the Fourth Reglmrnt. Filvxkfort, Ky., June 22. Gov. Springy where he had gone for his Bradley received orders from Washing- health. He moved here from Mason ton TuesdTay afternon to mobilize the county some years ago. He Kentucky Fourth regiment as early as years of age. possible. The governor has teleNi w Lonlsvllle Library. Louisville, Ky., June 20. The Poly graphed officers of the. new companies asking them to have their troops technic library has sanctioned the pur at the Lexington rendezvous speedily chase of a piece of land in the heart of the city for $25,000, and has ordered as possible. library plans for a modern Another Killing Reported. which Louisville, Ky., June 22. Word has building $100,000. will cost between $75, been received here that another mem- 000 and Convention Favored Fltzpatriek. ber of the Baker faction was killed Paintsville, Ky., Juno 18. The feud, at Tuesday in the Manchester, Clay county. The feud is democratic precinct convention of this county met Friday and practically in said to have broken out afresh. dorsed Hon. T. Y. Fitzpatrick, tho Eiopcrs Married. present incumbent, as candidate for IIoricixsviLLE, Ky., June 22. Charles congress to be acted on by the district Wells and Miss Elnora Marquess elopconvention. ed from Hopkins county Monday night, Cut nil Throat. and were married at the courthouse by OwENsnono, Ky., June 20. George Judge Causler. W. Mathis committed suicide at his Largest Funeral in Many Years. tesidencc in this city by cutting his SojrEusnT, Ky., June 22. The funeral throat from ear to ear with a razor. of A. J. Catron, jailer of tlis county, He was over GO years old and had been was held here Tuesday, and was the engaged in business as a photographer largest witn.ssed here in many years. here for over SO years. Al-e11 , -po&s-.ssioB-d i fire-proBaker-Howard June 21. Gov. Bradley does not relish reports that Kentucky has been the last state to et her troops into the field. lie said Monday Georgia, Tennessee and sever-- ; I other states were behind Kentucky j state matter. this lha to receive expected authorities rders from Washington Tuesday to' mobilize the regiment which has been allowed to Kentuekj under the second all. Lexington will again b used as First Lieut ' rendezvous station. lohn W. Davis, of the Vanceburg com- pany, now at Lnicuamauga, nas re- -. tied on account of failing health, nd will take his old position as state apitol guard. Frankfurt, Ky., i j Same lo Walker A Hannah Moore. Same to James Ross. . Same to Lizzie Tankerslcy& others Cooper Sam to Jeff Dunn. Cloyd David and wife to Thompson Mobarly. Collier Morton &c to J K Spratt Current I D &c to R C Hamilton. Denny George to B F Metcalf. Dunn Jas and Erasmus hrs to Ruth Ann Dunn. Dunn Ruth Ann &eby Com'r to E Dunn Same to James Dunn. Duncan Wm and Chas to Berry A Dun can. Davis Wm hrs by Cm'r to Freeman Davis. If it's worth Printing1 The Twice-a-We- ek Courier-Journ- al i i . d iicians of the city hospital are over a peculiar case of blood pois-- , aning. Frank Collins, the laundry-ma- n of the institution, was bitten on the hand a few days ago by a common house Qy while in the dead room. Col-- ( lins felt the sting and brushed the in sect 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- icians at once began treatment, but the patient is not yet out of danger. Fhey all agreed that the fly collected poisonious matter in the "dead" room, ivhich was transmitted to the victim's' puz-sle- Illood rotsonlng Frmii Fly Il'.tes. Louisville, Ky., June 21. The phy- -' Same to Denny Davis Same to Sallie Walker. Same to Rebecca Lowry. Same to Patsy Ann Parker. Dunn W D and wi.'e to C A Robinson. Floyd Alex by Com'r to Jno C Boner. Grimes Margaret Trustee &s by Com'r to Margaret V Grimes. Gill Tolvin to Francis Gill. Gill John S by Com'r to Levi Long. Hamilton J I to Jonas Marsec. Hayncs & Co to C W Coyle and Gates. Herndon Wm to W S Walker. Hamilton Isham hrs by Com'r to Emi ly Curd's hrs. Sjnie to Ike Hamilton. Same to II C Hamilton's hrs. Huffman Joseph and others to Mary Jane Huffman. Huffman W J to II B Ray. Hudson Thos D to C M Ruble. Uammack Sarah E to Ned Lawson. Herring T I to Isaac B.iughman. Same to Elisha Dunn. Same to John Beazley. Hudson Thos E by Com'r to J S Hud Scott Hudson. Higginbothara Geo dec hrs to Mary R Mitchell's hrs. Hill 0 P to B M Burdett Hicks Geo W to Buena Vista and Ky. R T P R Co. Hurt John Sr &c to J W Baker. Johnson J S &c to T B Kemper. Lancaster Cemetery Co to Jno R Faris. Same to L Brown. Same to Wm Green. Same to Wm Pope, Same to James Rogers. Same to W G Jones. Lee n D to Allen L Aldridge. Layton Alex to J M Saunders. Lawson Wm to Jack Denny. Lawson James hrs to Salem W Gillis- pie. son. Same to Will Print It And every democrat, every republican, every man, woman or cnild who can read will want to read it. COURIER-JOURNAis a dem THE TWICE-A-WEEocratic 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. K L ( TwiceaWeek COURIER JOURNAL AND THE uand. Victory fur the Sheriff. Ky., June 18. The court of appeals rendered a decision, in the ase of the Western Union Telegraph' Jo. against Auditor btone, uoicwng that corporations which pay taxes on both franchises and tangible property Frankfort, J CENTRALRECORD BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1.25. lo not pay both directly into the state treasury. The taxes on tangible prop- rty are payable to sheriffs. Ketttuckj'it Fourth Keglment. All subscriptions under this offer must be sent to Lexington, K3'., June 20. The mob lization of Kentucky's Fourth volun teer rcgimenj.' will begin in this city the last of this week- - All the companies will come from towns in the asteru part of the state. Congress man David G. Colson, of Middlcsboro, will be the colonel and is here prepar--t for mobilization. Lexington, Kj-.- , June 18. Horace Means, of Louisville, who travels over central Kentucky buj'ing tobacco, re ports that the crop is mostly set out and that the plants are in good shape. W. B. Hawkins disposed of 18,000 pounds this week at 13 cents. There has not been the usual acreage set this season. Kentucky Tobacco l'rospects. The Central Eecord, Lancaster, Kentucky. Milieu Muliial Investment Co., OF LEXINGTON, KY. Layton Jas and Mahala hrs to Clara Layton. Lawson Wm L to Edy Faulkner. Lear Elijah to Elias Leavell. Lanes Henry's hrs to Henry Lanes hrs Lear's E Ex'r to Wm T Watson. Lewis T L to Orpha Ruble. Army Flaces for Kentucky Men. Morehead Wint to Washington, June 21. In list of Montgomery F W Buck Dann. to Jas Middleton. second lieutenant appointments given Miller T S to Victor Lear. out by Adjt. Gen. Corbin are the fol Murphy James hrs to Brazilla Ray. lowing for Kentucky: John K. Proc- McQuerry Thos hrs to Wm McQuerry'a tor, jr., Benjamin II. Watkins, graduhrs. ate Williamsburg academy, of KenCoupons Redeemed Same to Ai thur McQuerry. tucky, and J. T. Geary; honor graduate Jfamtj. Same to Jas McQuerry. Address. Agricultural and Mechanical college. Same to John II McQuerry. J II Xelsou, Baltimore. Md Powers a Hustler. Merritt Wade Lee and Joe Hell en by George I, nines, Winfield, Tenn , Cowgill & Spencer. Lexington, Ky.. Kj-.June 18. Adjt Lexington, Com'r to John W Smith. Perry Ciosthwalr, Lexington, Ky Powers, recruiting ofiieer for the Sec Miller N D &c to J M and J A J,ave SI. & John Skain Lexington, Ky ond battalion of the Second Kentucky Mays Matilda hrs by Com'r to James J. Margaret Johnson, Louisville, Ky regiment, sent 00 men whom he has Mollie Simpson, Lexingron, Ky hrs. Mavs mustered in since Monday to Chicka Miller II C to W O Rigney. Dr. II. P. Cox, Hnrrodsburg, Ky K. F. Johnson, Baltimore. Md mauga Friday night. He has enlisted Mitchell to Isham Hood. more men than any recruiting officer Meredith Joseph by Com'r to W E An Dr. W E Bannister, Lexington, Ky Ross & Harrington, Falmouth, Ky in the state. derson. D B GoodLexington, Ky Mock H C to Trustees School District Dr A P Taylor, Lexington, Ky Corporations Fined SlOO Each. M L Dowling, Burgin, Ky No 32. HoPKiNSViLLE, Ky., June 18. The John C Hedges, Lexington, Ky Crescent Mills Co., the Planter's bank, Newland, Daniel S to Jas Hunt E S Rarick, Nicholasville, Ky the Mammoth Clothing Co. and the Naylor Geo &c by Com'r to Trustees J H Baker, Lexington, Ly Pembroke Deposit bank, indicted for A J Taylor, Lexington, Ky Berea College. failureto register with the secretary Owens, Henry and wife to Nellie and George Copeland. Lexington, Ky Catherine Lang. Louisville, Ky Judgment and were of state, confessed Sallie Simpson and Henry Owens. L U Mllward, Lexington. Ky fined SlOO each. Perkins, Lucius K to Rebecca Perkins. Miss Annie Knoble, Lexington, Ky J M. St John Skaln, Lexington, Ky Troops Will Guard Hob Blanks. Phillips, L T to L II Phillips. C Y Freemon, Lexington Ky Pauucaii, Ky., June 21. The trial Perkins Lucius K to Thos Collett JM & John Skain, Lexington, Ky of Bob Blanks, the rapist, now in jail Perkins O B to W McC Johnson. A S Bowman, Lexington, Ky at Louisville, was .Monday mormnr Perkins Kitty to Thos Adams. Sarah Short, Sacramento, Cal set for July 5, at Mayfield, Ky. He Prewitt Jas R to S G Estes. Mrs C N Evans, Cincinnati, O will be guarded by state soldiers from Prewitt Nathaniel to Jno H Prewitt Snsau Brown, Lexington, Ky Joseph Zirnfelt, Louisxille, Ky Lexington. Pollard E S to George Allen. Mrs Mary Golden, Lexinglon, Ky Pritchett Wm D to Jno D Pritchett Lafon RIker, Harrodabnrg, Ky Prewitt Wm Tunsall by Com'r to Jno V H Ford. Lexington, Ky Pvspcp-fllllllTEA cnrcs sia, Constipation and Indi gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts, PLAN LIFE INSURANCE REVERSED. $97,000.00 Paid inMaturies. $36,000,00 Reserve and Surplus. April, 1898. Cost. Ji.V.0 2G.50 35 50 23.50 OVA 20.50 25.50 21.50 Value t 4'J.7 rw.u 59. J 1 59.11 52.01 56.97 45.02 56.97 47-- r... 5 250 210 2tJH f6 97 5J35 51.55 52.M 52.1H 52.01 4U.76 4'J.76 4"J.76 230 23.50 22-- a0 15.50 22.50 ;.. 22.0 19.50 13.50 20.50 17.50 i'j.50 17.50 42.47 29.C2 45.02 SS.03 42.17 as.03 MM 18.50 16.50 15.50 13.50 15.50 15.50 401 40.21 35.71 S!.4. ..45 C3.45 33.45 31 17 31.17 31.17 31.17 31.17 29.02 21.47 Some Damage In Franklin. 20. The Ky., June drought in this section- - was broken by Fbankfort, a heavy rainfall, which began at 7:30 o'clock 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. Kew Postmaster at Somerset, Ky, Washington, June 21. The presv dent Monday nominated Henry C. Trimble as postmaster at Somerset Ky. Required Recruits Secured Skin Diseases. com-f.tilo- cavalry, who was ordered here as recruiting officer for that company, has mustered in the number deisred and will leave for Chickamauga Sunday. Good Tobacco Season. Barboubsville, Ky., June 18. Lieut Tinsley, of Troop A, Kentucky Owenton, Ky., June 30. The long droughtfbero was broken by a general rain which continued throughout the day. It made a splendid tobacco sex ton, and it is safe to say that the j tire crop has been set, . in t ' - Preston Milton's hrs to Gabriel Pres ton. Renfro, Aaron to S W Holcomb. Royston Jas A to Mattie Yantis. Rigsby Mary E to Sol C Rigsby. Ross D G hrs by Cjm'r to Jas L Riss.t Robinson, John hrs to Jas Dunn and The following is a list of unrecorded wife. deeds remaining in the Garrard'Clerks Royston George to Dillard Baxter. 1898: office this 20th day of June, Sutton, Walter to Jas Austin. D D Anderson and wife to W. P. Di- - Scott Eiisha to Logan Scott Stewart Roy to George White. shon. Same toZack Stewart Minerva Adams' heirs to Sallie Will Spratt John to Thos R Brent iams. Singleton Wm to Wm E Anderson. Henry Anderson, &c, to Robt Rice. J M Anderson heirs by R A Burnside, Sagaser J II to John Preston. Com'r, to Mattie Anderson. Sutton Wm to Poor Ridge and Sugar Creek T P R Co. J M Anderson hrs by R A Burnside, Com'r to Lida Smith. Schooler George to John Maret J M Anderson hrs by R A Burnside, Spoonamore, Sarah A &c to Buena Com'r, to Nannie Anderson. Vista Ky. River T P Co. Robt L Anderson to Sidney Faulkner. Stewart Zack by Com'r to J G Burn John W Adams and wife to Wm Mc side. Whirter. Scott Jas A by Com' to Anna Sott, F Adams and wife to George Hardin. Same to Kate Scott John Adams to James Mullins. Same to Susan Miller. Minerva Adams to Sallie R Williams. Same to Jentie Scott Thos Adams by Com'r, to Kittie .Per Saunders J M to Rice Logan. kins. Sagaser and others by Com'r to J T " James Arnold to Maria Pollard. Hawkins. Best Mary A to Ida M Best. S Bank Nat'l Lancaster, Ky, to Leoni- - Tomlinson, R E to T Leavell. Temple King to Elijah Hunt dus K Maret Baughman J T adm'r of Harry Smith Turner J P to John A Dean. Tudor John B to Thos E Hudson. to Alex Cochran. Baxter Dillard &c to Frederic Watts. Tinsley, Jerome H toP R&STPR Co. Burdett S L Ex'r &c to Ben Lackey. Wheeler, Jas hrs by Com'r to Benja &c to J as M Morgan. W O Iral-emin Wheeler. Keen Beazley &c to John Beazley. Same to Marion Coy. S I Bourne &c to Ambrose Bourne. Same to Donaldson Jones and others Best Ebin hrs to Ebin Best's hrs. Same to James Wheeler Jr. Bourne J B to John F nann. Walker E M to J W Hendrickson. Baker Abner hrs to I N Gastineau. Bourne John C &c to Chas and George Woner J H to Martha A BalL Walker E H to Ann Mullins. V Gaines. Same to Sam'l Slsvin (col) Barclay hrs to Wyley. Same to William Perkins. Burdett H A to Tessa Burdett & others Walker E M to Jas Wallace. Beazley Keen to H P Watts. White Jas to George White. Babcock A W to GeorgeCollier. Baker F Aand others to Chas Baker. West Richard and others to H B Ray. Yearley; S P by Com'r to Wright Kelly Carter--J E and wife to Elias Smith. Yantis.Jas L to School District No 17. Coy F M hrs to Marion Coy. Same to School District No 17. Cooley Nancy Hrs to Robt Ross. ' J. M. Duxcas, Clerk. Sam to Will D Boas, Garrard Coarity Court, Ssme to Joseph Rodger f)1 Hf amaNUBIAN v H Prewitt u.10 ll.'-- Unrecorded Deeds W II Ford, Lexington. Ky W II Ford, Lexington, Ky U L Stevens, Lexington, Ky... F H Norton, Lexington, Ky .....i B R Adkins, Lexinglon, Ky E L Haum, Lexington, Ky Maggie Smith, Lexington, Ky Mrs M G Hutchinson, Lexington, Ky J D Purccll, Lexington, Ky J D Purcell, cLxington, Ky R B Butler, Harrodsburg, Ky Edward Woodford, N MIddletoo, Ky Emll Ithardt, Nicholasville. Ky Allen B Hawking, Lexington, Ky M N Peacock, Georgetown, Ky W L Richmond, Lexington, Ky Ed Lally, Lexington, Ky Dr. R. B. Cassedy, Le Grange, Ky William Watson, Louisville, Ky O S Williams, Burgin, Ky J C Thompson, Lancaster. Ky Kate 8 Brown, Lexington, Ky Kate S Brown, Lexington, Ky Kate S Brown, Lexington, Ky Katie M Feeny, Lexington, Ky George G Curl, Georgeton, Ky R T Collin. Georgetown, Ky Harry McCarty, Nicholasvill. Ky McFerran Crow, Versailles, Ky ...., 14.50 11.50 11.50 ZJJ0 H j0 11.50 12 50 1Z50 12.50 11.50 10.50 10 50 8.50 10.50 10.50 10.50 9.53 7.50 S.50 S.50 9.50 9.50 9.59 9 50 8.50 7.50 7.50 8.50 8.50 8.50 8.50 S.50 S.50 8.50 8 50 8 JO 8.50 8.50 8.50 6.50 6.50 2t.47 26.69 26.69 26.6a 21.47 22.25 17.41 22 25 22.23 22.25 20.06 15 CO 17.44 17.44 20.06 20.06 20.06 20.06 17.44 17.41 15.00 17.41 17.44 17.44 17.41 17.44 17.44 17,41 17.44 17.44 17.41 17.44 15.00 : : - , ' Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Shookum Gulch Pool. Lexington, Ky Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington. Ky 8hookum Gulch Pool, Lexington. Ky Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky J C Thompson, Lancaster, Ky Miss Theo Hemphill, Lancaster, Ky Milton Johnson, Maysville, Ky John T Shelby, Lexington, Ky John R Allen, Lexington, Ky John R Allen, Lexington, Ky W W Quinn, Nicholasville, Ky S V Fry. Lexington, Ky Geo W Fitzgerland, Georgetown, Ky J H Baker, Levington, Ky J H Baker, Lexington, Kv J H Baker, Lexington, Ky Johnson St Nelson, Baltimore, Md John Lowry, Newport News, Va A. F. Campbell, Fortress Monroe, Va Wm H Arringdale, Newport News, Va D B Good, Lexington, Ky White estate, Lexington, Ky Good & Co., Lexington, Ky A L Marshall Lexington, Ky Dr David Bennett, Lexington, Ky WD Finch, Danville, Ky W p Finch, Danville, Ky A L Marshall, Lexington, Ky Lulle Bible, Louisville, Ky D B Good. Lexington, Ky Johnson, Nelson, & Co., Lexington, Ky Profits over cost..... .. , 630 6.50 G.50 6.50 6.50 6.50 6.50 6,50 6.50 1237 1237 1237 12 3 J .. 1257 1237 1237 1237 1237 12374 1237 192.09 132.00 132.C0 120.00 133.00 129.00 129.08 630 46.50 r. : 4630 4630 4230 4630 4530 4533 43.50 4836 4530 443 120.09' moo-1a9.ee 126.08 A. SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary ... -- aif-- " Jw.'.