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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 1, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898070101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 1, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. mtful VOLUME JY PUBLISHED WEEKLr BY LOUIS LANDRAM, Cor. Public Square and Danville Avenue. Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Class "batter. MJSiBEK 1. i' LANCASTER. KY.. "FRIDAY, JULY, Hear Sam Jones at High Rridge day. Sun- 1898. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: IiW.pr lear in Jdrance. Binder Twine. Ma at Bist binder twine always on hand GaineST i IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. Take advantage of our offer. It's great-Harne- B. F. Walter, dentist, will be at Buy ice from Northcott and it will Buena Vista, Tuesday, July 5th. be delivered daily. Go to J. A. Beazley & Co. for barcheaper at W. J. Romans gains in furniture. Carriage Co., than any place. The best two horse wrjon on the Bring the cash and get groceries,, as market at G. S. Gaines'. R. A. Ston) cheap as anywhere. Beginning July 1st I will sell strictly Bargains in glasware now on exhi- for cash and produce. R. A. Stone. bition in Thompsoasvindow, only 10 At Wholesale Cost.-cents apiece. full line of Drummer's Samples at 25 to 50 per cent savfid on the dollar C. D. Powell's. 3t means a good dejijfoyou at the Blue Old Reliable always on Top in The Grass Grocery. quality anLquantity, at the Bottom in T1T lpst anil clipntiflst vnhinle. of all PltlCKS. T. CUHKKY. There is no use for 1112 to make pa kinds at W. J. Romans Carriage Co., of ces, just tell me how you can buy Given Away. Come" see. any place in Central K3. and you can them from The Haward Tailoring company will have them, ma by for less, with every suit of clothes To close out my stock of spring give a S3 hat 11. A. St oxijj rockers I will sell you a ?5 00 rocker sold to July jin. Card of Thanks. M. D. Hughes, Agt. for 3.00 and a S3. 00 rocker for Si 00 &c. We extend to the members of the R. A. Stoxk.' ' Presbyterian church our most sincere Stump Tour Checks. Silas Moss and Miss Florence Mor- thanks for their valuable and appreW. I. Williams, Col. W.G.Welch, Beginning today, the banks will not gan were married at the residence of ciated present Lancaster. pay checks, no matter how small, unStanford. Mr. Joseph Hendrickson, near town Mit. and Mrs. II. N. Faui.conek. less they bear a two cent revenue Monday. Rev. J. L. Allen, of Danstamp. The penalty is S100 for failure ville, officiated. Kedtices. so to do. Over at Stanford, the Farmers Communion Service. Bank & Trust Co., decided to reduce Notice to Taxpayers. Dr. McDonald will hold (pommunion its capital from 230,000 to 5103,000 in Taxes are now due the City and all services at the Presbyterian church stead of going into liquidation. Dr. J. Law, are respectfully requested to pay same Sunday morning? and preach in the B. Owsley, cashier, tells the Interior at once. The penalty will soon be ad- same" building Sunday evening upon Journal that the 100,003 reduction LANCASTER, KY. ded and it will be to your interest to "Synodical Work." The usual prelim- will be to every stockholder pay your tax now, inary services will not be held. Juiy 1, in full, something no other E. M. Walker, M. C. L. bank has ever done on a reduction Dr. Grant Honored. Queen & Crescent Loir Kates. Gov. Bradley called up Dr. Hugh M. this section. 5S Annual Convention Kentucky Grant by telephone Wednesday, and A Warrior, l.ald. Christian Missionary Convention, Mt. tendered him a surgeon's place in the Doc Penny, the clever and popular Dr. Grant has Stanford dentist, has laid aside his 1S9S. Annual new fourth regiment Sterling, Ky. June Session, I. O. G. S. and D. of S., Keene, been sick and confined to his bed for tooth carpenter's equipmeit anl buck- 1S0S. District Confer nearly a week, and, as he would have eled on the sword to light, bleed, and, Ky. June ence, M. E Church, Louisville, Ky., been compelled to go to Lexington if necessariTtlie for his country. Doc that daj-- , he was forced to let the 1S0S. July has raised the required number of nun n pass. Dr. Grant is a splendid and will be mustered into the 0th U. Christian Kiuleavor. and surgeon, and would have S, Vol. Infantry at Knoxville. We J. Harry Allen, of Harrodsburg. been a valuable man in the regiment. understand he has a good lot of men. asks The Recokd to state that all del If they are all as good as their com New Deputy Collector. egates fron the 8th district will take the train leaving Junction City over Collector Yerkcs has appi iated Mil- mander, Lincoln will surely be proud of the companj'. at m., Juli'Sth. arrive BEAZLEY& BAUGHMAN. the C. S., 0.2 5,(J a.Harrodsburg 7:25, at lard West, of this city, as deputy colUurin and lector to fill the vacancy caused by the Tyre .Logan Harris. Louisville at 1 lo'clock. The 3 resignation of Mr. Thomas Austin. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, After a few weeks illness Judge T. Special" will leave Louisville at The latter will take the place of assisL. Harris died Friday night ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM- 2:30 p. m., for Nashville. Round trip tant afS3ssor under Jas. McCarley. home near Lancaster. Judge at. his Harris fare from Junction City, SC.C2, Dan- Mr. West's divis'on consists of GarhisT-ltyear. He was a BALMING a SPECIALTY. Entertainment will be rard, Madison. Estill, Rockcastle and was in ville 0.75. man, and a good citizen. He provided for all delegates in Nashville Jackson. He will enter upon his duat S1.25 per day by the committee. Ar- ties today. He lias just reached the lived on his farm, with his two aged Carpets, &c. rangements for stopping at Mammoth age of 21 years and is a joung man of sisters, who survive him. Judge Harjoined any church, bat he Cave on return will be made in exemplary habits, good qualifications ris never was an enthusiastic Mason, and this and polite. fact goes to show that he was a firm believer in Almighty Gcd. He was liked by everybody and made friends of everyone he met Rev. Clark, of the Methodist church, held a brief ser vice at the house Saturday at 3 o'clock, after which the Masonic fraternitv took charge of tho rentiins and interred them in the family burying ground near the residence. . M i 'Courier-Journ- Sam Jones at High Bridge Sunday. iilmifi oil. A Headquarters for Deering Binders, My accounts are all due and must be Mowers and threshing machines at G. paid by July 1st. R. A. Stone. S Gaines.'' . I would like to do your plain sewEvery boly is happy because the ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. Blue Grass Gi'ocery'Co., opened a store here Wednesday. Notice. To save cost, call and settle with Miss Mittic Dunn, of Bryantsville, J. G. Sweeney. will open her public school at HerA great many Garrard county folks ring's school house, Monday, July 18th. will go to Ilijjh Bridge Sunday to hear The Cj'clone of Low, Spot Cash priSam Jones. ces on groceries struck Lancaster Call July first and pay your account. when the great Blue Grass Grocery I have indulged you. You must ac opened their 54th retail store in the - LUItltEY. V Thompson block. commodate ME. A- I JUST RECEIVED. I Q O O O O O Q O Q J I Some 1 1 Just new Black Grepons m and Satin Brocades. X I Thousands of persons have been cur cd of piles by using De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It heals promptly and J. R. HASELBEN. Lancaster, Ky. fhs the thing for Skirts. cures eczema and all skin diseases It gives immediate relief. Stormes Drug Store. lm Strayed or Stolen. About May i:, from my place 3 miles from Lancaster on New Danville pike, one red heifer, (with black stripes) half alderny, about year and a half old. Any information thankfully reMrs Mary A. Sutton, ceived. Lancaster, Ky. 3t ISank at l'aint tilck. There is considerable talk of establishing a bank at Paint L!ck. There is lots of wealth and abundance of push and hustle in that section, and i A Few Attorneys at Slippers Left. at 50c, 7oc anc $1.00. . 50c, 75c .. Misses and Children's All business attended to promptly. paj-abl- e . the good people up there once set their heads on having the bank, she will be forthcoming. Dull Court Day. Not many farmers left their work to come to town Monday, consequently the crowd was slim, business was dull and the day a Hat failure. Probably one hundred cattle were were on the from market Butcher stuff 2 to 2 4 cents, some yearlings were sold at 25, heifers at from 314 to 17 Several plug horses offered but none sold. .... Ladies' Slippers at and $1.00. CO-- of-f- phy-sicia- Special values in Ladies' Duck and Lined Skirts. "Ken-tuck- widely-kn- own Furniture, Lancaster, Ky. Fair at Iltistoiivillc. The Ilustoaville people are hustling around getting premiums for theii fair, which will be held Wednesday. Thursday and Friday, Aug. 10, 11 and 12. The following are the officers: W. Gill Cowan, president; J. K.Baugh-man- , yice president; W. D. Hocker, secretary; C W. Adams, assistant secretary, and Junius II. Hocker, treasurer. 'I he Huston ville people know how to hold a fair and they are alwa3's successful. Popular Young Folks Marry. Marshall Archer stole qnietly ovcr to Nicholasville Wednesday, and, as prearranged, met Miss Fannie Underwood. The couple drove into and were married in the parlors of the Phoenix IloteL The bride resides on Danville street, this city, and is quite popular. She has a splendid education and is a lovely younj; lady. Mr. Archer is running a meat market in this city, and is a young man of splendid habits and well liked by all The Recokd congratulate? Mr. and Mrs. Archer, and hopes they may never have causj to regret the step just taken. Mr. Ljx-ingto- n g See our line of Fans and Summer Corsets. THE Strayed. pigs. Two DRY GOODS COMPANY i i SHIRTS. Hot Weather Shirts. YES SIR, them. ( uarris Kcplacctl, s statu I in last issue, the guards on Wc have them .and all kinds of Dress, SemiDress, Negligee. Large and Attractive line of Fancy Shirts. Percales, Detached and Attached Collars and Cuffs. White bodies and Fancy Bosoms. A great variety of Fabrics, both Foreign and Domestic. Novel patterns and colorings. Prices 50c; 75c, $1. and $1,50. Do not fail to look this line of shirts over. Be your own judge. Take the shirts home, try them on, look them over, use a microscope if you like, and if you find" a single, solitary fault in our shirts, bring them back and get your jnoney. the Richmond pike were removed b3 Judge Burnsldo. Pres. dent Doty wont with his attorney to Stanford and brought back an order from Judge Saulloy to replace them and it was done. The Recoisd asked Judge Burn-sid- e why the guards were taken off and he said that unless guards were on both the Madison and Garrard sides'S'f the Paint Lick bridge, it was no use to keep them on this side, as tho bridge, which is a long one, could b3 fired from the Madison side and the Garrard guards would have no right to shoot at them. As to the other gnards, he said they were on duty at a little bridge which could be replaced for S10 or 15. He told the road's attorney that rather than have tho county pay four dollars a night for guards for an indefinite time, he would remove them, and, in case the little bridge was "burned he would have it replaced, at the expense of the county, it being much cheaper for the county than paying a big sum for guards. The four guards are on duty now, and osts the county 3 a night. Loir llatei to Washington, D. C. and liastern Cities, On account of tho meeting of the National Educational Convention at Washington, D. C. July 8th to I5tb, the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. will sell round trip 'tickets to Washington from all stations in Kentucky on July 3rd to 0 ill inc. at one fare plus $2.00 for the round trip, good to return until July 15th, and subject to an extension of tira.2 until August 31st by depositing tickets with the Joint Agent in Washington on or before July 12th. This is your opportunity to visit Philadelphia, New York and tho seashore. Low-rat- e side trips can be made from Washington to Old Point Comfort and the Seashore. The Chesapeal--c and Ohio Ry. l as two limited Vestibuled trains each way daily without change. Its scene-er- y is unsurpassed, its train service unequalled, and is several hours quickest from all Central Kentucky points "Official Routes" via than Cincinnati. "A glance at the map will convince you " Avoid delays and changes by taking tho Cheasapeake and Ohio trains. For sleeping car reservation, or any information write or call on yonr Ticket Agent, or Geo. W. Barney, Div. Pass. Agt. Lexington, Ky. Rente our line of Crash Suits at $2.50, $3, $3.50 " ' All Tool Crash Suits at $7.50 aai $8.50 J Black and Blue Serge Coats and Vests, just the thing for hot weather. pant We have twenty-fivpatterns left that we will make up to your measure at Manufacturer's Cost. e Kentucky State Teachers Special to Washington. The Chesapeake & Ohio Ry., will run a special limited Vestibule train to Washington, leaving Lexington at C p. m. Wednesday, July Cth and arriving in Washington at 11:30 a. m., next morning. This train will carry the Kentucky Delegation of Teachers to the National Educational Convention. A dining car will be attached and meals will be served for 75 cents. Tickets on sale July 3rd to Cth in clusive at one fare plus two dollars for round trip, good returning until Aug ust 31st, if desired. Return tickots will be good from Richmond, Va., and a very low rate has been made from Wa'shington to Richmond Via Steamer and Old Point Comfort, thus giving the only oppor tunity to visit themcs. Historical Sea shore Resort on the Atlantic Coast. Send in your name for maps, time tables or sleeping car information. Don't be deceived I The Chesapeake & Kesses Up. Ohio Ry., is the only line from Central Will Gill, of the notorious Gill and Kentucky points to Washington, withgang, who have been terrorizout transfer of cars or depots. Ask Story Garrard, Madison and Lincoln your ticket Agent or write, Gjorga W. ing counties "by their daring thefts, was Barney, Div. Pass Agt, Lexington, was before Judge ISurnside and made Ky. startling confessions of much of the devilment this gang has baen doing. He implicated Toll Gill and George The Royal is the highest grade baking powder Story, two near relatives, in all and ksowa. Actual tests straw it goes farther than say ether bread. said they had beed operating together for sometime. Gill was held to the grand jury in $400. Warrants have bojn issued for the rest of the gang. C Courier-Journand The Recokd one S;cn on Public year for onlv SI. 25. Square Tuesday. Any information ISoiirlion Steam Laundry. thankfully received. Mr.3. Ophelia Dlxx. Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your Sum Jones at High l!rlilf;-- , orders at Sweeney's store. tf Sunday, July rd. Special train as usual. Sunday schedule stopping at Death ofMr. liaiilimau. all points. Great day at the Palisades. A message has just been received anDo not fail to go and hear Sam Jones. nouncing the leath of Mrs. Mary Ann Baughman at her home near Danville. Election Commissioners. As we go to press no arrangments for C. A. Robinson, W. L. Lawson and the funeral have been made. Jerome Ruble, haye been recommendOut of Town. ed to the board at Frankfort as election Commissioners for Garrard counDr. W. S. Beazley will leave Monti iv ty. They are good men and will per- for Crab Orchard, to be gone two form their duties faithfully. weeks. During his absence his clli.-will be in charge of Dr. Myers, of Crab Hang Out Your Hanner. Orchard. It has been suggested that the business houses decorate with lligs MonPromoted. day, tlu 4th. It wotild be well to reGov. Bradley has made Will II. Covive this oldtime custom. If you have llier, of this city, a Major in the fourth no flags, Crow Dillon has an abundant Kentucky. This is a responsible posisupply which was furnished him by tion and the promotion is deserved. the government to give away. Sam Morrow, nephew of Gov. Bradley, will be the other Major in this regiJuly 4th. ment. The Queen & Crescent Route will Wanted. sell round trip tickets from all sta150,000 bushels of wheat deli ;crcd tions to any point on the system, and to principal southern points in gener- at our warehouse. Highest cash price al, at a fare and a third for the round paid on delivery. Best lump and block trip. Tickets on sale July 2nd, 3rd, Pittsburg coal, He. Salt, Lime, Sand, and 4th. Good till 7th to return. Ask Cement and farming implements. C. C. Glass & Bno. agents for particulars or see small Camp Nelson, Ky. bills. little red e A Successful Canvass. As we arc about to close our labors W 4 POWDER Ataeluttly Pure BAIQNQ POWOCR OVAL CO., NEW YOMC. Deaf and Dumb Kaplst. Kert Macfarland, a deaf and dumb negro boy, was bifore Judge Burnside Wednesday charged with attempting to rape a white lady named Mrs. Betsy Pointer, near Cartersville. Mrs. Pointer, who is G3 years old, had started to a neighbor's house and the negro atTesce & IIlXES. tacked her while passing through some bushes. At the trial the negro took a K. C. Branch. stubborn spell and would furnish no passes Lancaster, U4 a. x. .by writing or signs. Sonthb'na Mixed, information, either 4:50 " Mixed, " court in S500.00, He was held to circuit North-b'n" 2:52 a. x Pass'gr " which could not be given and he was 12 HO a.m. " placed in jail. North-b'nd among the good people of Garrard county, in the sale of fruit and ornamental trees, representing the Knoxville Nursery Company, the most reliable and the best in the south, wc now offer our thanks for the many acts of courtesy an'd kindness shown us by citizens of Lancaster and throughout the county during our extended stay among them. Our sales have amounted to near four thousand dollars while among you. We can not prove recreant to our expression of the highest appreciation for your liberal patronage, and to whatever field we may ba called we will carry with us in fond memory the pleasant social and business intercourse we havo enjoyed among a grand and noble people. Respectfully, r.. d outh-b'n- CENTRAL RECORD LEAF. lie publican partisan. Now, it is well 3k and enough to fire out A tenant house on the farm of E. W. put in men of the same political faith Norris, with all of its cont;nts was of an administration, but to select a ;kverv week by rasumed by fire Saturday. politicians and jive lot of numb-skuLOUIS ZAHDRAX, Publisher. Mrs. C. B. Encrleman has a looking them command over regular army offiThere is only one cure for Contagious LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. lass that belonged to her grand fa cers, who have studied warfare all ther Marct, that is over one hundred Blood Poison the disease which has their lives, is a disgrace to a civilized We are too busy fixing up and will give you just a few lompletely baffled the doctors. They ears old. population. Wc do not believe the I starters for this week. .$1.00 WAR, IN ADTAMCX. are totally unable to cure it, and direct V. president would have done this of his E. Norris has gone to Clear !OSX Months. $r.oo 22 lbs. dark brown sugar for yI own free will and accord. The ap " Creek, Bell count', for the benefit of their efforts toward bottling the poison " " " " 21 " light i.oo concealing it from po pointment of these up in the blood and is health. posiiS " Plantation granulated sugar for i.oo litical and heelers were D. C. Tullins sold a bunch of 118 lb. view. S. S. S. cures the disease I ' ' 1.00 17 " Finest standard " FiMDAY, July 1, - - 1898 made simpl because the executive ogs to Tom Hendren, at 3 cents per tively and permanently by forcing out g 91 Finest New Orleans Molasses at of a lot of was under the thumb-nai- l 30c a gallon 2very trace of the taint. pound. l Syrup at 25c a gallon Tennesee I was afflicted with a terrible blood disease, p$ shysters, of the Mark Hannatj'pe. Mr. Mason Pullins is on the sick list this arliixh was in snots at first, but afterwards Vjjl It is understood that the First KenFOlt CONGRESS. Finest Sugar Corn, equal to Mammoth only . . yea can McKinley is not, the onlj' chief execuspreau an over my uuuj. I soon broke out into Legion week. These tucky Regiment or Louisville Rolled Oats tive who has to dance to the fiddle 5c package. sores, and it Is easy to 1 The chinch bugs have made their Wc are authorized to announce every one elected to office has to pay will be ordered from Chickamauga im McCREARY. imagine the sunering i 5c 3 bars extra good laundry soap B. McCeearv, of Madison I be endured. Before Hon. James mediately, as orders to that effect have appearance here and the corn in some these debts of "gratitude." 6 boxes of good matches for 5c came convinced that the S3 county, a candidate for Congress in the been received. They will go to Tampa places is literally covered with them. doctors could do no good. 1 cent each. Candles ri Mb Congressional District, subject to the hundred I had spent awas really and may probably embark with the The whooping cough is shaking u p 1 dollars, which Tueue is not much stir in Garrard action of the Democratic party. Best coffee 9, 10 and ic a package thrown away, i men the children in this vicinity. over the race for the democratic nom- Porto Rican expedition. Fine Teas, 35 antl 4 c a lb tried various patent THOMPSON We announce J. B.Thompson a ination for tney aid The fourth Kentucky Volunteers is medicines, but congress. All of the A narrow escape. Last Tuesday ac a id $3 .rure l,eat L,arci by the Demnot reach the disease. candidate for Tl being rapidly organized at Lexington have warm friends here, ight C B. Engleman came very near Unrrm 7 V.C. lb When I had finished my ocratic party for Representative in Con- candidates bottle of S. S. S. I first ll but the usual loud talking and bluster As stated in a previous issue of The u raping out of the second story win gress from this the 8th district. Candies Sc. a lb. Good ciears from ic up. A large stock was greatly improved and was delighted with attending a political campaign is con Record this is to be composed entirely dow. He dreamed that his house was of tinware at rattling low prices. Call and see us. All goods are result. The large red splotches on my spicuous by its absence. U he farmers of mountain men. The first company on fire, he got up and ran to the win- the and complete sat- to grow paler and smaller and The manner in which Roosevelt's are busy, the merchant is making his to arrive was from Clinton county dow and was just in the act of making ihest began disappeared entirely. I regained (53 marked plainly. One price to all. Spot cash before long II isfaction guaranteed or money refunded. my lost weignt, necame stronger, urn iuy of La Rough Riders ran into a trap at settlements and the loaf The men were marched thirty miles the leap when his wife happened to petite greatly improved. I was soon entirely Quasina, is a fair sample of what may er too busy talking about the war te over the mountains to catch a train awake and caught him. well, and my skin as clear as a piece of glass. BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO., H. L. Myeks, 100 Mulberry St., 2ewark, N J. be expected of a lot of devote much time to the race. Each for Lexington. Don't destroy all possible chance of a green soldiers, commanded by an man's friends predict a victory. Our Mr. John Bevins, editor of the Press. cure by taking the doctor's treatment Information has been received at and green readers know the men, so they can pay Kingston, Jamaica, that every road Anthon, Iowa, says: "I have used of mercury and potash. These minerals equally c mmander. Reports say these men their money and take their choice.. and bypath leading into Santiago has Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di cause the hair to fall out, and will wreck the entire system. toward the enemy rushed been mined with dynamite V.y Gen. arrhoea Remedy in my family for fif. without orders, and, more than likely, If Gov. McCreary wins tho nomina Linares and that an attempt will be teen years, have recommended it to agaiust orders. The trouble with the tion at Danville on the 12th, he will made to annihilate the advance lines hundreds of others, and have never volunteers is that each one cherishes, owe much of his success to the faith when the assault on Santiago is begun, known it to fail in a single instance deep down in h:s heart, the hope of ful assistance of Mr. W. I Walton, of Forsale by TL E. McRoberts is pnnET.Y vegetable, and is the only lm. Jno. B.Stcut. E.W. Lillard. the bjing a Dewey or a Ilobson, and his the Stanford Journal. It is a hard By the end of 11,000present week an blood remedy guaranteed to contain no army of about mercury, or oiner mineral. somefondest dream is to accomplish potash, matter to choose between friends of PREACHERSVILLE. "Rnr.Ua nn the disease and its treat thing which will bring his name be- the same household, but the Journal will have embarked for Santiago One brigade will be sent from Camp Alger, ment mailed free by Swift Specific Com fore the people. In his mad desire the has stood for the Madison and a division, or three brigades, from Wheat haryest is in full blast here pany, Atlanta, ueorgia. average volunteer soldier does not man from the beginning. When Mr. stop to think twicj before going into n aiton docs take a notion to sing a Tampa. Maj. uen. IJrooke will pro- this week. HUBBLE. The Children's Day entertainment anything, and there is where the rub man's praises, he certainly can do so eed from Chickamauga to Tampa with 15.000 men as soon as the divis by the Sunday school at the White comes in. We have been told by offi- to a queen's taste. Mrs. Ball is very ill at this writing. ion of Britr Gen. Snyder leaves. The school house was a very enjoyable af cers and men of the regular army that Mrs. Kat'e Swinebroad has been ye- army to be concentrated at Tampa fair, and reflected great credit on all the first lessons taught in the service If the American soldiers will not get ry sick, but is better. m are those of taking care of and pro- too enthusiastic when they wade into will leavo for l'orto liifo at tne same concerned. time the movement from Santiago Henry Spoonamore and wi'e are re Mra Jennie Pettus is better than tecting one's sill. Tae mode of fight- the Dons, it will be well. Each man joicing over the arrival of a fine boy. ing and peculiarities of the soldiers of has been itching for a shot at the begun. she has been for some time. As admiral Camara has sailed for Rev. Goonre Gowen will preach at every nation of the world is next tak- treacherous devils for so long, we Rev. Ely Godby, from LDndon, en up. Having thus picked advanta- wouldn't be surprised if they took too the Pacific Ocean to destroy (?) Dewey preached at the Methodist church the Christian church Sunday evening geous ground, and knowing from many chances when the opportunity the Iavy Department is promptly pre Tuesday night and expects a good crowd. -: where to expect the enemy's fire, it is for a fight presents. A cool head is paring to make good its threat to send Bro. Matthew will preach at the Mc- J. T. Hutchins sold 28 hogs-tA. J. an easy matter to load and shoot. worth more at all times than any a squadron to the coast of Spain, if the c; also 12 lambs to Kendree church Saturday night, Sun Thompson for 3 Roosevelt's, and nine out of every ten thing else, and especially so while en Spanish admiral continues on his way B. F. Robinson day and Sunday night. for 3 per head. to the Philippines. Orders for the for other volunteer commander's men gaged in combat. Manv friends were surprised to see A. B. Perkins 60 Jno. Cress sold to mation of a squadron for this purpose, know absolutely nothing of these funORGANIZED 1883. Mr. Henry White in from Chickamau commanded by Commodore Watson, head of ewes and lambs for 175. damental principles and rush in, The other day a ragged negro was ga, ana was giau 10 see mm. TJIE school-boRichard Robinson sold 30 hogs to J. like, fist and skull, to wipe fined ten dollars in the police court were issued as soon as Camara was Miss Fannie Underwood, of Lancas the enemy off the earth. Unless these for participating in a crap game which known to be at Port Said. Under these C. Fox for S3. 30 per hundred. PITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, ter, was the charming guest of Mr. colonels and generals had "up" about twenty cents. Young orders Commodore Watson has sailed F. F. Cumins has been on the sic'.t OF LANCASTER. FT. Miss U Gentry and family, Sunday. are relegated to the rear, it is only a Leiter, at Chicago, attracted the at from Havana for Santiago on the pro- list this week, but better now. Stella McClary. of Stan.'oid, is the he will matter of a very short time until an- tention of the whole civilized world by tected cruiser Xewark. There Pate Parish sold some sheep and guest of Mr. and Mrs. Withers. $100,000 Capital, ( SURPLUS. other butchery of American braves his gambling, and he was not even ar form his squadron. Besides the Xew lambs this week for 3.53 per head. CAPITAL OF Miss Katie White, daughter of Mr. ark as the flagship, the squadron will $65,000.00. will take place. rested. It's awful to be poor. Surplus Fund 15,000 $200,000.00 J. J. Thompson sold two cavalry and Mrs. R. L White, passed beyond s battleships consist of the horses last week for 90 each. death's vale Thursday, about 10 o'el'k. BUSINESS SOLICITED. The L. & X. R. R. has decided to inJudging from reports, Lieutenant Iowa and Oregon, the cruisers Yose Bro. Mahoney will preach here next in the morning. She had gone to New crease the salaries and wages of all Colonel Theodore Whatyoumaycallit mite, Yar.kee and Dixie and the col Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed York, on a visit, but was very low, officers and employes on July 1st.. This Roosevelt, has more "courage than liers Scandia, Abarenda and Alexan Sunday. when taken worse she telephoned to J. M. Higqinbotham Dave Anderson's little babe is ii goes to show what can be accomplish discretion. The exercise of a little of der. Commodore Watson should be President A. R. Denny. President. her parents, and her brother went to ed between capital and labor when the the later would have saved many at Santiago Thursday and can sail very critical condition. Y. Lkxvxll Jno. E. Storm es. Vice President. for Spanish waters as soon as he col her. She was brought to Hubble and Levis Quite a number of the Crab Orchard "agitator" is ignor- American lives in the engagement in Cashier Wx.H. Kinnaird, Cashier. lects his vessels, all of which are now folks spent Tuesday with J. J. Thomp services were held by Rev. W. S. Grin- - B. F. Hudson ed by the men. Had they gone on a Cuba the other day. to vicinity of Santiago. in the Assistant Cash'r S. C. Denny, J. F. Robinson. Jb, strike and refused to accept the cut, son and family. Miss ivate fayne stead. a!ter which she was takenCem W. O. Kiqnky bpanish As many of them would have been withJudging by the way in which Uncle fleet, stated in last issue, tne is head made a business trip to Sweeaey Mon Stanford an-- interred in Buffalo Assistant Cash'r. Bookkeeper C. D. Walker under admiral Camora, sad, and etery. Many friends were out work eyer since. In 1S93, the Sam's bonds have been gobbled up, the iug for Manila. At Port Said they day. R. T. Embry Ass't God's heart was glad because He had times were fearfully hard and the L. old fellow's credit is still pretty good. DIRECTORS : to coal, but the American min tried & N. was compelled to reduce expen The Cheif Burgess of Milesburg, Pa., taken his loved one home, where there DIRECT0R3 ister sat up with the authorties and savs DeWitt's Little Early Risers are is no pain, no sorrows, and no tears. J.M.HlGGINBOTHAJf, LttWIS Y.LKAVBLL, ses. Ihe salaries and wages of all management keeps more people the ships were refused fuel. It is ar Jas Spllman, T. M. Arnold, Bad Sam'l. D.Cochran, sisters and J. 8. Johnson, ever used in his fami She left father and mother,loss. the best pills he who were receiving 54,000 per year and in poor Misi H.C. Arnold, Jb. B. F. Hudson. circumstances than any other nounced that he will proceed through ly during forty years of house keeping. brothers to mourn her Alex. R. Denny. A.C.Robinson. over were reduced 23 per cent, and Katie was a christian woman. She was one cause. To be successful one must the canal after lying at Port Said for W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, J. J. Walker Thev cure constipation, sick head a member of the Methodist chuich. Alex.Gibbs, those receiving less than $4,000 were look ahead and plan ahead so that two or three days. The ships are. ache and stomach and liver troubles. We leave her in God's hands Jacob Y. Robinson. Jno. E. Stormes. reduced 10 per cent On July 1st, (towhen a favorable opportunity pre said to be in a dirty, disorderly con Small in size but irreat in results. Father, mother, brothers and sister?. day) of this cut will be res- sents itself he is ready to take advan dition. Well, let th m go ahead, for Stormes Drug Store. Weep not for the loved one gone before, lm tored. That is, those whose salary is tage of Only hope and pray to meet her. it A little forethought will Dewey is awaiting for just such On that bright and golden strund, Si, 000 and over will be increased 10 also save much expense and valuable snap as Camara will be for him. And gladly. she will welcome jou, per cent, and those under 4,000 will MT. HEBRON To that fair and happy land. time. A prudeut and careful man will The initial fijht of Col. Wocd' be increased 5 par cent It is said keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, A face so dear is misslne. A voice Is low and still, that on January 1, 1S99, an additional Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the Rough Riders and the troopers of the Wheat harvest is now over, and the place vacant in her home, First and Tenth regular cavalry which farmers are eagerly waiting for the A Which iscan never be filled. increase of 10 and 5 per cent will be house, the shiftless fellow will wait took place last week will be know made. The L. & X. can always be until necessity compels thresher. it and then I know you all will miss her, counted upon to do the right thing, ruin his best horse going for a doctor in history as the battle of La Quasina. Much more than tongue can tell, Rev. J. L Wills was in his palpit at That it did not end in the complete But she has left this cruel worm. and the employes will lose nothing by and have a big doctor bill to pay, beAnd gone with, uou to a wen. slaughter of the Americans was not this place Saturday and Sunu. y having stood by the road in the hour sides; one pays out 25 cents, the other Mr. M.tchell, of Lexington, is in this There's not a craving of the mind, due to any miscalculation in the plan of its trouble. Which Jesus cannot fill. is out a hundred dollars and then won of the Spaniards, for as perfect an neighborhood buying chickens. There's not a pleasure she would seek. ders why his neighbor is getting rich ambuscade as was ever formed in th Against her .Masters win, Mrs Mattie Montgomery was thrown The Kentucky editors meet in Cin er while he is getting poorer. For brain of an Apache Indian was pre from a horse last Thursday; but forTwas hard, so hard to give her up, cinnati today to shake hands, console sale by R. E. McRoberts. Rut snrelv God knows best. lm. pared, and Lieut Col. Rosseyelt and tunately not seriously in j ired. He took her to her home above, one another over their ups and downs, And know she is at rest. his men walked squarely into it. Fo Thomas Hasty has moved from JesTO eat big stick candy and watch the ele McCREARY. Jas. an hour and a half they held their samine to his phant The outside world has not the ground under a perfect storm of bul most remote conception of the trials Born, to the wife of George Saddler lets from the front and sides, and then Miss Bertha Ham, of Jessamine, visthrough which a country editor passes. a bouncing baby boy, William A. CoL Wood at the right and Lieut Col ited Miss Belle Allen, Sunday. SamuHe has been very appropriately dub For the speedy and permanent enre of o-T-jMr. Wm Sutton wishes to thank his Roosevelt at the left led a chargi el Allen and wife returned to Lexing- tetter, salt rheum and eczema, ChamL bed the 'Moor-ma- t for the communv friends and neighbors through this which turned the tide of battle and ton, Monday. Samuel Morford and berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is ty." It takes every cent lie can rake paper for the kindness shown his fam sent enemy flying over the hills wife visited Mrs. Jackson the latter without an ecmal. It relieves the itch the and scrape to meet expenses, he walks ily during his recent bereavement toward Santiago. It is now definitely part of last week, Misses Nellie Ray, ing and smarting almost instantly and fifty miles a day to collect, probably, a permanent use J. D. Hardin while cutting wheat known that sixteen men on the Amer Celeste and Lula Simpson, of Buckeye, its continued coreseffects barber s itch, thirty-fiv- e cents, and racks his tired itch, cure. It also last week stuck a guard of the binder ican side were killed, while sixty were were the pleasant guests of Miss Edna scald head, sore ninnies, itching piles, TO brain all night studying up nice things miss Scott, Saturday night and Sunday. chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and to say about people who do not appre through his foot, causing a paitf jl, wounded, or are reported to be ing. It is impossible to calculate the Joshua Clark and wife, of Boyle, vis- granulated lids. ciate them enough to even thank the but not a serious wound. Robert Gulley's barn was struck by Spanish losses, but it is known that ited W. D. Scott and family, Saturday poor quill driver. And yet, if he seeks Dr. Cadv's Condition Powders for they were far heavier than those of and S anday. Wesley Walker, of a few day's rest, some horses are the best tonic, blood purifier says the lightning Monday night The damage the Americans, at least as regard was in our midst Sunday. and vermifuge. Price, 3a cents- - bold by editor is getting rich and reckless and done was tearing up the building, actual loss of life. Already thirty Mr. and Mrs. Fountain Hasty, are vis ought to stay at home and attend to somewhat, but killing no stock. R E. McRoterts, Druggist, Lancaster Spanish soldiers have been iting in this vicinity. seven dead Mrs. Robert Burton, who has been his business. As far as the editdr of Tjie Record is individuaUy concerned. quite sick with fever is thought to be found and buried, while many others undoubtedly are lying in the thick un he proposes to lose no sleep over what better. derbrush on the side of the gu'.ly and INSURANCE FIRE think, and will contin Miss Salhe Xave is visiting Miss on the slope of the hill, where the ue going about in an humble way at Mattie Shiffiet, in Richmond. Little main body of the enemy was located venuing siriciiy io me wants oi our Maude and Lillie Perrin have return The wounded were all removed. SPRB1GFIELD readers and letting the tongues wag ed to Stanford, after spending several Successor to Lackey & Gulley. The following dispatch sums up th as they may. Mrs. weeks with their FIEE AND MARINE situation nicely: All official Washing P. G. Warner. Mr. and Mrs. Lish First-Glareal crisis of the INSURANCE COMPANY. IiiMAOiXE the feelings of an army Forbes, visited relatives at Mt Heb ton considers that theprospect that the war is near and with officer, who has devoted his whole life ron, last week. week's work will be the most import EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO LIVERY STABLE. to studying the manner and mode of Sunday was a day long to be remem 'OR in the pending strife. OF NEW YORK. fighting of the different nations, and bered by the young and old, who gath ant in history sure to laii at an eariy given his undivided time to figuring ered at the home o' Alex Lay ton, for Santiago is HANDSOME TURNOUTS, must come the de Robinson & Hamilton out military maneuvers, imagine his a surprise to his mother, widely known d ite, and with it structionor capture of Admiral Cer REASONABLE PRICES. feelings when his first opportunity for as "Aunt Bettie" Layton, to cele Office ovei Post Office. vera's fleet The result, whether fighting presents itself and he is Lvvca-ster- . Kentucky One hundred comes this week or next, the officials :: : brate her 70th birthday dcred out under a green, inexperienc fifty guests were present to partake of SPECIAL ATTENTION TO generally agree, will have an import ed politician. It must be about the the bountiful dinner, which was pre ant bearing upon the future of the TRAVELING MEN. most humiliating feeling on earth. pared and served in true Kentucky both as to duration and plans Army officers understand their busi style. Every one present say they war, m mo forcing intervention for peace, mini I ncss, as it has been their life work. never enjoyed a better day. Long Spain may voluntarily sue for peace, Orders taken for all Foreign or Domestic Magizines or Newspapers If you, dear reader, were an experi may Aunt Bettie live and spend many There are some who believe in the enced mechanic and were working on more birthday's as pleasantly as this possibility of early peace. On the oth I have purchased the jj T S. BEAZLEY, a job, how would you like for a street one. ' er hand, the scope of the general war Walker stable and am 1 loafer to be taken up and placed over situation may be enlarged. With Ad I was seriously afflicted with a cough you? This is the same way the reguprepared to furnish the j Cervera's fleet for several fall had Teeth filled and extracted with lar army has been treated. Volun more severeyears, and lastever before. a miral and formidable disposed of, our cough than oat oain. Crown and Brides battleships and tcers are all right in their place, and I have used many remedies without fast Work a specialty. Office over J. R. Haselden'a hardware store, next to Court Hotue, Lancas we praise the patriotism of those who receiving much relief, and being rec cruisers will be available for format ter. JkX. a flying squadron for an at BURNSIDE, KY., 3rd SESSION BEGINS SEPT. 8th. shouldered a musket for the defense ommended to try a bottle of Cham ion into jf on the shortest notice. & berlain's Coucrh Remedy, bv a friend tack upon Spain's home ports. Thi of the country, but they should be un- who knowing me to be a poor widow, in turn, may result in Spain recalling Full Faculty of five Experienced teachers. All College graduates. Special attention given jj der the command of trained and ex Admiral Camara's fleet, now headed NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Latin, Greek, Commercial Travelers. perienced officers. most gratifying results. The first bot for the Philippines, for the protection Enrollment last year 105. Excellent Courses offered in of her own coasts. .So, any way you German, French, English, Mathematics, Science, History. Music, Ora de relieved me very much and the sec loot at it, many important contingen ond bottle has apsolutely cured me. SICE BENGE. All persons knowing themselves indebted to TERMS, moderate. BOARDING DEWe believe Mr. McKinley is an good health for cies hinge on the development at tory and Physical Culture. have not had the estate of the late Sr.W. S. O'Neal will brainy, conscientious man, but twenty years- - I give this certificate Santiago within the next few days. PARTMENT all that could be wished lor Comfort and Convenience. please call and settle with L. F. Hubble and the way he has allowed himself to be witnout solicitation, simply in appre :ation the greatly oblige me. CUBAN RELIEF cures For particulars and catalogue address the Principal, dictated to and led by the nose in the directed.of the gratitude felt forMARTcure OIamAama CoUc- - Neuralgia and Toothache A. .Respectfully. MRS. IdHICrS five SC. Y. O'NEAL, " nation' present trouble is enough to Beard, Claremore, Ark. For Bale by in minutes. Sour Stomach A. Administratrix. Apr 23 3t JAMES C. DOLLEY, Price, 25 Cents. and Summer Complaints. make the flesh crawl on the bitterest a. 12. Mcuooeru. im. office-holde- The War. Copper Colored ll Splotches. sr THAT S WHAT m wire-pulle- Crj-sta- -- EPH. P. BROWN, Mgr. pell-me- ll S.S.S.rThcBlood xxxxxxxxxxxxx flat-foot- Lillavd dc o eadimg)ruggists.j :- Stationery, Paints, Oils, Etc. DA1MVILLE, KENTUCKY. 2 y n HAL BANK first-clas- Lancaster, kt. i one-ha- lf Danville, Ky. CALDWELL & LANIER PLEASURE father-in-law'- s. n. Skin Diseases. LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE. TJRTTIVKS us. andVALISES. oust SEE YOU WE WANT e, gas-ba- g Whether You Buy Or Not :ccooo ooc ill UK space-occupie- PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH W. H. LACKEY s grand-mothe- r, Mastic Mixed Paint. THE BEST BRANDS OF White Lead and Oil. We are Glad to Sell Either. igts MCROBERTS DRUG STORE. f NEW LIVERY. i KENTUCKY J J Very I DENTIST. Best Rigs j J f II, Printing. Bring us your Job WE ARE SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN. SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED. Toll Sabred lO Some of our $12, 813.50 815.00 and 816.50 Suits now for IT'S WAR FOEY CERTAI WE ARE READ FOR IT, $1 0. NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH BARGAINS BE OFFERED. Times Orea:. Fine Straw Hats 50c on $1.00. Negligee Shirts. Stacy Adams Fine Shoes. Suits made to order in Danville. COME AND SEE OUR SUITINGS AND WORK SHOP. , GLOBE THE Telephone 136, J. L. Frohman & Co., Tuesday evening are to be present. The young ladies who participated in the dance were Misses Lyne Letcher and Betsy Johnson, of Henderson, Pearl Ilo!comb, Elizabethtown, Bessie Webb and Letitia Brown, LexingAlways this time of the year my desire is to get rid of ton, Hyden, Lebanon, Mary Miller, my line wnetner j. get cost; or not my Carrie Currey, Altie Marksburj', Bessie zne gooas Maggie customers always reap a great oenent. xtus time my oar-gai- Burnside, Mrs. Dolp Tomlinson, Lan. Mr. and Rice, Danville, will he Messrs and Mesdames Jno.E. Storms, A. II. Rice, and Louis Landrara, Langet the Cream, All goods the mil caster. The young gentlemen were so first coming Herbert Price, Farris, Danville, Claude . line go this sale. Royston, Chicago, Letcher Owsley, C. and F. Frisbie, Beazley, Logan, Marks-burHenry, Shugars, Kinnaird, Dunn, Beasley. own, has been visiting relatives in W. O. Owsley was in Danville Wedthis city the past week, nesday on business. Miss Cordelia Ray has returned FRIDAY, July, 1, - 1898. home after a visit of three weeks to Judge M. D. Ilugaes is in Livingston this week organizing a Maccabee her parents at IJuckeye. CLEAUI1TG- - u.T3D PEESGIUG-- . glumes; small, patrician hands, wrists and feet; a figure graceful and charm-ingiits proud carriage, especially fitted for an equestrienne, and she rides frequently. Win your battles against disease by acting promptly. Oae Minute Cough Cure produces results. immediate When taken er.rly it prevents cousump-tion- . And in later stages it furnishes prompt relief. Stormes Drug lm Store. The new Fourth Regiment to be raised by Col. Colson will contain companies commanded as follow: F. G. Olive Hill, Rowan county; John Patrick, Jackson, Rreathitt county; J. Edgar Park, Estillville, Estill county; M. J. Treadway, Rooneville, Owsley county; Harlan T. Reatty, Reattyville, Lee county; E M. Siiely, Albany, The betting privileges for the Octo- Clinton county; R. R. Golden, Knox ber trots at Lexngton have been let county; C. F. Frisbee, Mid llesborough, Last year g.j00,000 was played into the Bell county. Companies will also come box. It is figured the betting this from Leslie, Harlan and Greenup counyear will amount to ST0J.0J0. ties. S ate Treasurer Long announces The Baker preliminary trial for the White, in Clay that he hopes to run through July and killing of Auu it this year without suspending County was called at Manchester bepa3ment until fall taxes come in Sep-- t fore Judge Wyatt. Baker testified niber. Last year's surpension began that he met White in the road. White April 10. drew a pistol and attempted to shoot "I think D j Witt's Witch Haz:l Salye him when he fired his Winchester and is the finest preparation on the market shot him through the breast, killing for piles." So writes John C Dunn, of him instantly. A verdict was rendered Who. l ag, W. Va. Try it and you will holding the Bakers without bail. The think the sam j. It also cures eczema Rakers were put in the hands of the and all skin diseases. S;ormos Drug j liler. All persons before entering the court were disarmed to prevent Store. lm trouble. Gen. Jo':n S. William', An agreed case to test the constitutas "Corro Gordo" Williams, is dangerlously ill at his home in Mont- ionality of the election commission gomery county and his life is despair- law is being made. The petition was ed of. General Williams is a veteran drawn several days ago to be filed in the Bourbon Circuit Court, and a copy of two wars. of the document has been forwarded Jude Rarr has decided that Adolph Segal, of Philadelphia, must pay for to Attorney General Taylor, who will the Richmond. Nicholasvillc, Irvine & probobly participate in the case. The W. Reattyville Railroad by Tuesday', or case is styled Ed D Patton an G. forfeit his rights. He has paid 25,030 Rowan. County Judge and Sheriff, respectively, vs. Russell Mann, John oa S 50,003 the purchase price. C. Clay and John Smith, the County The Danville city council and the Roard of Election Commissioners. 1 he national banks of that pi ice h.ve petition first sets out the agreed facts c mpromised their differences concernas to the passage of the law and the ing taxes. Ten thousand five hun- election of the commissioners and their dred dollars h is I e jn accepted in lieu qualification and takes the ground of about S15.003 claimed. that the act is unconstitutional in that "GdoI Old Granny Metcalfe," who the Legislature had no right to create has been made famous in the news- the office of election commissioners, papers and on bulletin boards by a and, if it did have such rijht, it had Paducah patent medicine Grm, is dead. no right to fill the offices by an elecShe died at Sturgis Monday. She was tion by the Legislature, but, if it had bora in Woodford county', and was 80 the right to fill the office by election, years old. that the election officers were not The Snead architectural iron works, elected according to law. Attorney occupying baildings extending from General Taylor has given notice that Main to Market street, between Eighth he will agree to the case if they will allow him to file an amendment to aud Ninth streets, were entirely de- the petition. Gen. Taylor requested stroyed by fire Thursday night. The that they allow him to raise Federal lost is estimated at S275,000; insurance questions. This the new board have agreed to, and the Republican State SU0.000. Committee will take the case to the The court of appeals has affirmed the Supreme Court. They will, however, judgment of the Frankfort circuit demand that immediate decision be court in the prison commission case, made in the case and will agree to no delay. sustaining the election of the new board. Judge Burnara dissented as to CUBAN OIL cure? the whole opinion and Judge Durelle P1MfrV Cuts, Burns, Bruises, RheuICUIlvl in part The attorneys will file a matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents petition for a rehearing. James Moore, mail carrier between Ft. Estill and Kingston shot aud killed John Harris, at Fort Estill, three miles south of Richmond on Saturday aftesnoon. Harris married Moore's sister and had been mistreating her which caused bad feeling between the two. Moore had attempted to persuade his sister to leave Harris. Saturday midnight a m b took Geo. Scott, colored, from the county jail at Russellvillc, and hanged him to a tree in the southern suburbs of town. The gallows-trewas the same from which Dink and Arch Proctor were hanged Boasters Free! about 18 months ago. The Negro was Get One of charged with attempt at criminal assault The mob was composed of boys Call at my store and we will exand drunken youths. plain. State Treasurer long has received notice from the secretary of the treas- I am still in, the lead with ury of the United States that the state would not bo required to put the GOODS. stamp on checks, issued to pay the current expenses of the state. Under section 17 of the act recently passed Goods are all fresh. I can please by congress the state is exempt from this tax all. A newspaper correspondent offers this personal description of Maria LANGDON'S BREAD DAILY. Christina, Regent of Spain: A pale, austere face, cold and changeless as PLEASE GIVE A marble; features of the Austrian type, TRIAL with full lips and projecting mouth; blonde hair, with no tinge of warmth, what the French call asher blonde; eyes, with sparse lashes, pale steel-blu- e and unlighted with soft or tender Special n Ty-re- e, Danville, Ky. A FULL STOCK OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, CLEjiJrifC-- SJ1LE. m ana WONDERFUL ail ns linery GREATER THAN EVER, will in M!JK,S. in MOODY HARDEN. Fourth of July. To accomolate persons desiring to spend the Fourth of July in Lexington, the Chesapeake and Ohio Rv. will run a special train, leaving Lexington at 10:25 p. m. for Winchester and Mt. Sterling and connecting with L. & N. R. R. at Winchester for Ford, Richmond and Lancaster. This will enable people to enjoy the afternoon and night at Chautauqua and avoid the heat of the day on the cars. A great programme has been arranged and every one should attend. Low round trip rates have been made. from Lexington train SHOES, J flats and furnishing Constantly on hand. (goods GOOD VALUES AND LOW PRICES ALWAYS TO BE FOUND. CENTRAL RECORD. GENERAL NEWS lodge. I I 1)T7 DOAM A T Mrs. Pete Hampton and daughter, of Stanford, were the guests of Mr. Silas Mr. and Mrs Charles Denman, of Nieholasville, are the proud parents Miss Annie II ill is spending this of a sweet girl babj', which made its week with Miss Daisy Collier in Dan- appearance last week. Mrs. Denman was Miss Carrie Lee West, and a great ville. among Lancaster's society favorite W. I. Williams are at Mr. and Mrs. folks. home again after a visit to Campbells-villMrs. Eugene Berkele, of Bryants-ville- , charmingly entertained at six CoL Steve White, one of Madison's most prominent citizens, was in town o'clock tea Monday evening. The following were present: Miss Miller, of this week. Louisville, Misses Tomlinson, Ressie Mr. and Mrs. John Raughman, of and Eugenie Rush of Lancaster, and Boyle, have been visiting1 relatives in Misses King, of Rryantsville, Messrs this city. George Jean, of Danville, and Ei. Miss Ilay.len, of Lebanon, is the Dunn, of Rryantsville. guest of her sister, Mrs. Ike Dunn, in Miss Ressie Rurnside entertuined Lower Garrard. Monday evening in honor of the folProf. Dewes, of Lexington, has join- lowing charming ladies: Misses Lucia ed his wife, who is visitiug1 CoL and McAfee, of Lebanon, Pearl Rurnside, Mrs. D. It. Collier. of Stanford, Ressie Webb and Lctitia Elegant reMisses Florence Rurnside and Fan- Rrown, of Lexington. nie Doty, of this county, are visitinp-friend- freshments were served. The following were there: Misses Lizzie Wilmore in Stanford. Minnie Dunn, Kirksville, Altie Marks-burMr. and Mrs. Cornelius Stone, of Carrie Currey, Sue Herring, AlStanford, have been the guests of ice Hudson, AUie Anderson, Mary MilMrs. George Harden. ler, Mae Hughes, Fannie Collier, Dove Miss Margaret Hackley, of George- - Harris, Mattie E'.kin and Rettie West. Lancaster: Messrs. and Mesdames, J. F. Robinson, Jno. Raughman, S. L. Gibbs. The young gentlemen were Hugh Logan, Dan and John Walker, Frisbie, Jennings, S.vinebroad, Jim and Robt West, Price, Withers, Sweeney, John and Lewis Doty, Will and Alex Denny, Farris, Jim and Will 83 Joe Robinson, Jake Robinson, John Lear, Napo Price and W. S. Beaz-lee. Miss Nellie Dilon is visiting Stan- ford relatives. Miss Elenc Iliatt is visiting friends near Richmond. Miss Jennie Duncan is visiting relatives in Stanford. W. Iv. Shugars, of McKinney, was in the city this week. Mrs. Theodore Currey is visiting1 relatives in Richmond. Dr. Wesley and family have taken rooms at the Mason Hotel. Vernon Richardson, of Danville, was here Monday on business. Rev. and Mrs. II. 2s. Faulconer have returned from a visit to Rarbourville. Mr. Reuben Moss is here from visiting relatives. Miss Lilian Shugars is visiting' her brother, W. IC, at McKinney. Miss Grace Kinnaird has returned from a pleasant visit to London, Ky. Mr. G. II. Rnnyon, of Dubuque, la., xs visiting his sister, Mrs. Thos. Stone. Mrs. Annie Mobler, of Washington City, is the guest of Mrs. T. S. Miller. Miss Grace Miller is visiting her cousin. Miss Laura R. Doty, at llran-no- Ashley and family last week. Misses Lyne Letcher and Rettie Johnston leave today for a visit to Miss Pearl Faulconer, in Dinville. Misses Rcssic IJatson and Stella Huston, have returned from a visit to Mrs. Lizzie Rice, at lledgeville. Miss Hallie Hamilton is at home again, after attending the wedding at Middlesborough. A number of young folks attended the opening ball at Crab Orchard Springs. They report a delightful time. Messrs. G. II. Runyon and Willie Stone, will leave next week to visit relatives in Rarbourville and Flat Jones-House Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Waldcn, of Danville, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Walden, this wecic. H. Clay Hamilton has returned from Wilmore. where has organized a Maccabee lo Ige. 10 CALL AID ISSPECT W STDCE. Col. W. S. Ferguson, who has been here seeing to. the harvesting of his big wheat crop, left today to see the boys at Chiekamauga. Bob Moore, of LaFayette, Ind., s:i3's TERMS CASH WAR ECHq ES. J, W. SWEENEY. PAINT LICK. You ought to examine Wallace & Cos., goods and prices before pur- -- that for constipation he lias found Little Early Risers to be stomach and liver troubles. Drug Store. FLATWOOD. perfc fect They never gripe. Try them Stormes lm r widely-know- n Lick. Misses Maggie Tomlinson, Ressie and Eugenia Rush, visitc I friends and relatives in Lower 'Garrard Monday and Tuesdaj'. Mr and Mrs. Robert E kin and Misses Sallie and Mattie E.kiu entertained a few friends at a lawn fete Wednesday evening. Prof. Harry Philips has returned from Campbells vilie, where he taught a large music class during the past s term. Harry is a teacher, and can get a job anywhere. first-clas- E. R. Seott sold his gray mare Mon- day for 15. Wm. Coldiron sold his mule Monday, for S 55. W. II. Furr soli his lambs to Renj. Robinson for 5a per lb. The editor of the Eans City, Pa., Globe, writes. "Oae Minute Cough Cure is rightly named. It cured my children after all other remedies failed." It cures coughs, colds and all throat and lung troubles. Stormes Drug Store. lm G. W. Spangler and wife spent Tues day with W. II. Furr and family. Miss Maud Ross and little sister, Martha, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Ren Lunceford and f amity. Miss Su sie Parks gave a social last Friday night, in honor of Miss Gertie Wood, who returned home Sunday. Mr. P. Ketcham of Pike City, CaL, says: "Duriug my brother's late sick ness from sciatic rheumatism, Chamberlain's Pain Ralm was the only rem edy that gave him any relief." Many others have testified to the prompt relief from pain which this liniment affords. For sale by R, E. McRoberts. CALL FOR MASS CONVEOTION To Select Delegate to Congressional Convention. 1 Eth Scott, nephew of Gov. l!rad!ey, will be a Lieutenant in the new regiment of volunteers. The President in a few days will issue a proclamation declaring- the entire coast of Cuba to be blockaded. The president issued a proclamation Monday extending the blockade in Cuba from Cape Francis to Cape Cruz, also blocking San Juan. Four thousand American soldiers under Gen. McArthur sailed out of Golden Gate Monday for Manila on the Indiana, City of Para, Ohio and Morgan City. The dynamite cruiser Vesuvius went past the wreck of the Merrimae into the harbor of Santiago and returned safely. It demonstrated tiiat a battleship can pass on each side of the Merrimae. General Miles who has been tryiny to get to, the front, has been ordered to remain at Washington for some time. The President promises to let him jo to Cuba when Havana is at-- , tacked. chase elsewhere. money. 'I hey will save you Wallace &. Co., sell the finest tobacco hoe in the land for only 20c Long handled, 3 prong pitchforks, genuine steel only 'JSc. Wallace & Co., sell 2S0 lare size, sharp pointed pins for lc. 25 sharpo's needles lc. 25 envelopes lc. 12 sheets writing paper lc. Everything in the house cheaper than you ean by it elsewhere. A farmer iu this vicinity tells us he has had no bugs on his potatoes this year, lie turned under a crop of rye this spring and planted the same early in potatoes. The rye fertilized the ground is a fact. Did it prevent the bugs from appearing is a question. All the same he has a fine crop of potatoes now minus the bugs and his paris irrecn unused. Ex. E. C. Ulanks, of Lewisville, Texas, writes that one box of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve was worth 553.000 to him. It cured his piles of ten years standIt is believed that the Spanish gov- ing. He advises others to try it. It ernment has bought the O'Higgius. also cures eczema, skin diseases and This report comes from French sour- obstinate sores. Stormes Drug Store. lm ces, and there is some doubts in administration circles as to the truth of the report, althoug it is generally credited iu naval circles. oval-eye- r Nine or ten thousand troops have quietly embarked at Tampa and ordered to Shafter. The troops are now on the way to Cuba. The press censor attempted to keep the news from getting out, but the official department is aware of the movements at Tampa, and cannot suppress the information from the newspaper. PHAETONS, Buggies, hm l ROAD WAGONS. SCrab I Orchard mm 'Springs.! OPEN.- -y caster young folks enjoyed as pleasant and beauti'ul impromptu dance as was the one given at Masonic Hall TuescwCOOL, day evening. The event was in honor EXHILARATING, of the visiting young ladies and, alRESTFUL though gotten up hurriedly, was complete in evcrydetail. All it lacked MUSIC, was the sweet strains of VP Henry Sixttn to make the evening one AMUSEMENTS, I of lovliness. It is not our purpose to I GOOD LIVING. dictate to the young gentlemen, but it 'dois look like it would be ecDnomy everything the long 9 fp in put up a run, more dollarsconsidered, fen and have amaNUBIAN TEA cares Hofmann, Prop'r.jta to "Sax," especially when such an array P4Mf v sia, Constipation and Indiof beautiful dancers as graced the floor gestion. Begulatcs the Liver. Price, 25 cts. --NOW 8 It has been many a day since Lan- & In obedience to the order of the ex ecutive committee, I hereby call a mass convention of the democrats of Garrard to assemble at the Court House in Lancaster at 2 p. m., standard time Saturday, July Oth to select delegates to a district convention to be held at Danville, July 12th, which will nominate a candidate for Congress in the 8th district. The basis of representation will be one delegate for every 100 votes and a delegate for every fraction over 50 votes for the lead ing democratic elector in the last National election. 'ihe said executive committee fixed this qualification for voters: All persons who voted for the Bryan electors at the National election, and who are qualified voters at the time of the mass conventions herein provided for are held, or will be such at the next succeeding election: All democratic youths who will be eligible to vote at such election, as well as such other persons of democratic faith who by their participation in such mass conventions herein named and who shall thereby claim themselves obligated to support the nominee of the district convention, shall be entitled to participate. Geo. T. Fabbis, Chairman. Owing to the delay in the arrival of troops at Manila the situation in the Philippines threatens to become complicated. The rebels, iniluenced Consuls, now want complete independence. Aguinaldo may invite recognition by the Powers. This ma3' bring about a rupture with the Americans, which Germany desires. AguiWe have on our floor two car naldo has already had interviews with loads of the finest and most comthe German Admiral. plete line of e ta PHAETONS, ALL WOMEN ShouM know that tho "OM Tlmu" Itemed?, BUGGIES, SURBIES M EOAEWACONS ever shown in Lancaster. Our prices are lower than can be found anywhere. Our guarantee is better. We ean save you from BEST LOWEST PRICES. 5 to $25.00 on any vehicle you buy. We also have a complete line we Istha bast for Faa1e Traultfes. Corrects all Irregularities In Female Organs. Should bo taken for Change e! Life and before PUaters "bid Tine" RemeUea havo stood tho test for twenty years. Made only by New Spencer Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tennessee. US ly low. exceeding- jjGus H. M. BALLOD. Come and see us. No trouble to show goods. Carriage Co., . J. ROMANS LANCASTER, KY. For sale by R. B McKobertv-Lancastt- BfHtftfrtla CIS I MiliYI DM am HIXU OTftni un-rr- OlUUiV NUlLOi ARROGANCE WILL FALL etetcol Lessons Drawn From the Terrible Fate of Hainan, 5,000 bushels corn wanted. I will give one dollar anil seventy-fiv- e cents per barrel for 1,000 bar- Slimvlns Tlia. l'rlde Oftrn ISo.iriMi- Hitter Fruit Vir.iif ami Fidelity Will rels of corn delivered at the PilMany Anulaijous Cases at - grimage Distillery. Jno. W. Miller, Mgr. at court 1! the l'reitent Time. W. O JSrock bought Hii Si.'M V. The doom of arrogance and the reat Alt. Stfriiiifj heifer, weight, about 701) lbs. ward of fidelity are 1csoiih which Dr. Tahnage here tiraws from Mordeeai on each. horseback and Hainan afoot. Text: liobinsnn bought of Milt Ward Esther vii., 10: So the- - hanged Hainan home fat cows at 3c on the gallows that he had prepared T. C. Gnlley bought of W. H. Burton for Mordecai. a load of l'JJ lb hogs at S3 40. Here is an Oriental courtier, about C V. Anderson bought of Mrs. Far-r- a the most offensive man in Hebrew his-torHainan by name. He plotted for a nice heifer for S,.'2.00. naT. M. Roberta sold Peel, of Jessa- the destruction of the Israjlitish tion, and I wonder not that in some of mine, 14 heifers at $1S.5! per head. the Hebrew synagogues to this day Alex Walker bought of Jteazley Bros. when Hainan's name is mentioned, the Lincoln, a nice colt lor 130. 0U. Jas. Coldiron sold to l'cel, of Jessamine, 10 heifors at 515,00 per head. 15. F. Uobinson bought of various parties some nice heifers at 3 2 ets. II. F. Colton bought of G W. Anderson a thousand pound bull for 30.00 Dave Thompson sold to R F. Colton, Madison, some nice butcher cattle at 3 Col. W. S. Keazley bought a nice of gelding for Alex-Walk- S150.00. Frank Bourne sold to Miles, of Jes50 and a heifer samine, a cow for for J. W. Elmore bought of J. M. Roberts a bunch of short yearlings at SIS. 00 per head. Sam Anderson sold a nice bunch of heifers averaging 730 lbs. to Moore and c. Also a Cotton, of Madison, at fat cow to Klkin at 3 In Manchuria dogs are raised for their skins, which fetch a very high price in the market. Sick headache, biliousness, constipation and all liver and stomach be quickly cured by using those famous little pills known as De Witt's Little Early Risers. They are pleasant to take and never gripe. Stormes lm Drug Store. A Jessamine county farmer says: Let your seed wheat get thoroughly ripe before harvesting and sow no other kind and you will never have smut wheat. While there are some counties in the Hurley sections which have not been favored with suilicient seasons for timely setting, the bulk of the crop, which is undoubtedly one of generous, though not excessive, has already been pitched under favorable circumstances. Those who have been fortunate enough to plant early have the advantage for an early start in the natural precursor of early maturity, which is the thing to be desired, as it will make possible early marketing and be rewarded by the satisfactory prices- which are certainly in store for desirable tobacco planted early. in the English It is said that buj-ermirket pay two or three dollars more a head lor dehorned cattle, because of the belief that the3' will put on Uesh more rapidly with less food, 'ihis prime condition is more easily obtained because llie animal is now inclined to keep more quiet, and this change in disposition also enables it to be handled with greater ease, economy and safety. The shortage in beef cattle is real, and higher prices must come. Farmers should bear in mind that shortage can not be overcome in a single teason. Get good young stock on the way just as soon as possible. ith the whole world for our market, and with the best facilities for producing and marketing the best meats in the world, our farmers should meet the advancing prices with better stock and more of it. At one of the great sales in the East geldings last week a pair of sold for S2,000; a second pair for 81,300; a third pair for 51,030, while a brown trotting mare sold for 51,500, The Lexicgton Stock Farm says: "Should the President issue a call for 100,000 additional volunteers, the horses required to properly equip this army, would, it is thought, practically deplete the market supply at this time. We are closer to that and famine than a whole lot of people think." Farmer Jas. A. Davenport tells the llarrodsburg Democrat that the wheat yield will not be nearly what people have anticipated- - He says that the black rust has been very bad in the Duncan heighborhood, the crops on the bottom land being nearlj destroyed by it. Some of the farmers of that vicinity cut their wheat last Sunday to save it from the rust. One of the good effects of the mild winter is that ther was a good growth of wool through the entire winter upon the Northern ranges. Wool will generally shear heavier there and grade higher than in 1SU7. 7. -'.2 2 troub-lesican s, s AN much-talked-- congregation clench their fists and stamp their feet and cry, '"let his name be blotted out!" Hainan was prime minister in the magnificent court of Persia. Thoroughly appreciative of the honor cotiferrcd he expects everybody that he passes to be obsequious. Coining in one day at the gate of the palace, the servants drop their heads in honor of his o:T.;e, but a Hebrew, named Mordecai, ga.; upon the passing dignitary without bending his head or taking oft" his hat. He was a good man, and would not have been negligent of the ordinary courtesies of life, but he felt no respect either for Hainan or the nation from which he had come. So he could not be hypocritical; and while others made Oriental biilaam, getting clear before this prime minister when he passed, Mordecai the Hebrew relaxed not a muscle of his neck, and kept his chin clear up. ltecause of that affront Hainan gets a decree from Ahasuerus, the dastardly king, for the massacre of all the Israelite.-, and that, of course, will include .Mordecai. To make a long story short, through Queen Esther the whole plot was revealed to her husband. Ahasueru-- . One night Ahasuerus, who was alllict-- d Priceless Pain filaced on pain, Mother! Friend' is worth its weight in gold as an alleviator. My wife suffered more in ten minutes with either of her other two children than she did altogether with her last, having previously used four bottles of Mother's Friend. It is a blessing to any one expecting to become a mother," say a customer. " It a price can be Thus writes Henderson Dale, Druggist, of Canni, 111., to the Bradfield Regulator Company, of Atlanta, Ga., the proprietors and manufacturers of "Mother's Friend." This successful remedy is not one of the many internal medicines advertised to do unreasonable things, but a scientifically prepared liniment especially effective in adding strength and elasticity to those parts of woman's organism which bear the severest strains of childbirth. The liniment may be used at any and all times during pregnancy up to the very hour of confinement. The earlier it is begun, and the longer used, the more perfect will be the result, but it has been used during the last month only with great benefit and success. It not only shortens labor and lessens the pain attending it, but greatly diminishes the danger to life of both mother and child, and leaves the mother in a condition more favorable to speedy recovery. ' Mother's Friend " is sold by druggists at $1.00, or sent by express on receipt of price. Valuable book for women, "Before Baby is Born," sent free on application. . THE ptADFlELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ci. with insomnia, in his sleepless iiours calls for his secretary to rea iiim a few passages of Per ian history, In th and so while away the night. 00k read that night to the king an account was given of a conspiracy, fron. which Mordecai, the Hebrew.had sav,i the king's life, and for which kiwi-les- s Mordecai had never receive Human, who ha i beei any reward. :ixing up a nice gallows to on, was walking outside the door of the king's sleeping apar.-mcand was called in. The ki g old him that he had just had read to him the account of some one who had life, and lu asked aved his (the what reward ought to be given to such a one. Sel conceited Hainan, supposing that he hims. If was to get the honor, and not imagining for a moment that the deliverer of the king's life was Mordecai. says: "Why, your majesty ought to make a triumph for him, and put a crown on him, and set him on a splendid horse, high stepping and full blooded, and then have one of your princes lead the horse through the streets, crying, I.ow the knee; here comes a man who has saved the king's life!' "' Then said Ahasuerus in severe tones to Hainan: "I know all about your scoundrelism. Xow you go out and make a triumph jf Mordecai, the Hebrew, whom you hate. 1'ut the best saddle on the iin-.horse, and you. the prince, hold the stirrup while Mordecai gets oa. and then lead his horse through the street. Make haste!" What a spectacle. A comedy and tragedy at one and the same tinu. There they go! Mordecai, who had been despised, now starred and robed, in the stirrups. Hainan, the chancellor, holding the nraneing, rearing, champing stallion. Mordecai bends his neck at last, but it is to look down at the degraded prime minister walking beneath him. Huzza for Mordecai! Alas for Hainan! Iut what a pity to have the gallows, recently built, entirely wasted! It is 50 cubits high, and built with care. And Hainan had erected it for Mordecai, by whose stirrups he now walks as groom. Stranger and more startling than any romance, there go up the steps of the scaffolding, side the hangman and Hainan, the "So thej- - hanged Hainan on the gallows that he had prepared for Mordecai!" Although so many years have passed since cowardly Ahasuerus reigned, and the beautiful Esther answered to his whims, and Persia perished, yet from the life and death of Hainan we may draw living lessons of warning and instruction. And, first, we come to the practical suggestion that, when the heart is wrong, things very insignificant will destroy our comfort. Who would h ave thought that i great priini minister, admired ana applauded by millions of Persians, would have been nettled and harrassed by anySO What more could thing trivial? the great dignitary have wanted thai, his chariots and attendants and pal If affluence o aces and banquets? circumstances can make a man contented and happy.surely Hainan shoult have been contented and happy. No: Mordecai's refusal of a bow takes the glitter from the gold and the richnesr from the purple, and the speed from With a heart puffed u; the chariots. with every inflation of vanity and revenge, it was impossible for him to be happy. The silence of Mordecai at the jatc was louder than the braying oi trumpets in the palace. Thus shall ii always be if the heart is not right Circumstances the most trivial wili disturb the spirit. It is not the groat calamities of life that create the most worriment. 1 have seen men, felled by repeated blows of misfortune, arising from the dust, never desponding. Hut the most of the disquiet which men suffer is from insignificant causes; as a lion attacked by some beast of prey turns easily around and slays him, yet runs roaring through the forests at the alighting on his brawny neck of a few insects. You meet some great loss in comcomparative business with posure; but j'ou can think of petty trickeries inflicted upon you, which arouse all your capacity for wrath, and remain in your heart an unbearable annoyance. If you look back upon your life, you will find that the most of the vexations and disturbances of spirit, which you felt were produced by circumstances that were not worthy of notice. If you want to be happy you must not care for trifles. Do not be too minute in your inspection of the treatment you received rom others. Who cares whether Mordecai bows when you pass, or stands erect and stiff as a cedar? That woodman would not make much clearing in the i ."orest who bhouMfiop UitAut little bruise and scratch Jie riejived in the thick; nor will that man accomplish much for the. world who is the too church jr vatchful and appreciative of pettj uinoyauces. There art multitudes of eoj.le in the world constantly harrowed because the' pass their lives, .ot in searching out those things .vhich are attracting and deserving, out in .spying out with all their powers jf vision to see whether they can not iind a Mordecai. Again: I learn from the life of the man under our notice that worldly vanity and sin are very anxious to have piety bow before them. Ihiman.was lair emblem of entire worldliness. nd Mordecai the representative of unSuch were th; flinching Godliness. of society in ancienttimes that, md this Israelite bowed to the prime :ii is lor. it would have batnan ::c':novl-dgmeof respect for his character ud nation. Mordecai would, there-orhave sinned against hi.s religion .ad lie made any obeisance or dropped lis chin half an ineh before Hainan. Mien, therefore, proud Hainan, to compel an homage which as not felt, he only did what the vorld ev. r since has tried to do, when t would force our li'ily religion in Dan-e- l, ny way to yield to its dictates. if he had been a man ( relig-iiu- s com. i omises, would never have een thr- wn into the den of lions. ;Ie mirht have made som arrange-nent- s w th King Darius whereby he mild have retained part of his form f religion without making hims If so ompl tely obnoxious to the i.iolator.s. ;': ul might have retaine I the favor of .i:s rulers and eseapd martyrdom if he .ad only been willing to mix up his hriiliau faith with a fewerrors. His unbending Christian character was akeii as an insult. I'agot ami rack and halter in all igcs have been only the different ways n which the worl I has demanded jbeisanee. It was once, away up on he tot- of the tempi-'- that S.itan torn-- 1 anded the Holy One of Nazareth to neel b. fore him. P.ut it is not now so .niTc'i on the top of the churches as own in the aisle and the pew and the ulpit that Satan tempts the espous-r- s c of the Christian laith to kneel 11 , kin) Certainly not because it immoralities, or arrested or dwarfed the intellect. The genuine reason, whether admitted or ot, was because the religion of Christ aid no respect to their intellectual vanities. ISlount, and Uoyle, and the lost of infidels hatched out by the vile reign of Charles the Second, as reptiles rawl out of a marsh of slim;, could .lot keen their patience, becaus;, as the passed along, there were sitting in the gate of the church such men as Matthew, and Mark, and Luke, and lohn, who would not bend an inch in respect to their philosophies. Satan told our first pareuts that they .vould become as gods if they would only reach up and take a taste of the ruit They tried it and failed, but their satisfied with descendants are not the experiment. We have now many desiring to be as gods, reaching up Reason, a ter yet another apple. scorn "ul of God's word, may foam and strut with the proud wrath of a Hainan, and attempt to compel the homage of the good, but in the presence of men and angels it shall be confounded. wall."' "God shall smito thee, whit-When science began to make its brilliant discoveries there were great fact brought to light that s;emed to overthrow the truth of the ISible. 'J he archaeologist with his crowbar, and the geologist with his hammer, and the chemist with his batteries, charged upon the llible. Moses' ac-- e unt of the creation seemed denied by the very structure of the earth. The astronomer wheeled around hi.s telescope until the heavenly bodies seemed to marshal themselves against the Bible as the in ,thc stars fought against courses Sisera. reObservatories and universities joiced at what thej considered the extinction of Christianitj'. Thej" gathered new courage at what thej considered past vietorj and pressed on their conquest into the kingdom of nature until, alas for them, thej discovered God's word had only been too much. lying in ambush that, in some unguarded moment, with a sudden bound, it might tear infidelity to pieces. It was as when Joshua attacked the eity of Ai. He selected 30,000 men, and concealed most of them; then with a few men he assailed the city, which poured out its numbers and strength upon Joshua's little band. According to previous plan they fell back in seeming defeat, but, after all the proud inhabitants of the city hal been brought out of their homes, and had joined in the pursuit of Joshua, suddenly that brave man halted in his flight, and- - with his spear pointing toward the city, 30,000 men bounded from the thickets as panthers spring to their prey, and the pursuers were dashed to pieces, while the hosts of Joshua pressed up to the eity and with their light.'d torches tossed it into flame. Thus it was that the liscoveries of science seemed to give God t mporary victory against md the Uible, and for a while he church action as if she were on a retreat; but when all the opposers of wod and truth had joined in the pursuit, and were sure of the field. Christ jave the signal to His church, and aiming, they drove back their foes iu shame. There was found to be no antagonism between nature and revelation. The universe and the llible were found to be the work of the same hand, wo strokes of the same pen, their authorship the same God. Again: Learn the lesson that pride goeth before a fall. Was any man ever so far up as Hainan, who tumbled so far down? Yes, on a smaller scale every day the world sees the same thing. Against their very advantages men trip into destruction. When God humbles proud men it is usually at the moment of their greatest arrogancy. community If there bs a man in greatly puffed up with worldly success, you have to stand but a little while and you wills;e him come down. You say, I wonder that God allows that man to go on riding over other's heads and making great assumptions of power. There is no wonder about it. Hainan has not yet got to the top. Pride is a commander, well plumed and caprisoncd, but it leads forth a dark and frowning host. We have the best of authority for saying that "Pride goeth before destruction and a haughty spirit before a fall." The arrows from the Almighty's quiver are apt to strike a man when on the wing. civil-zatio- him. Why was it that the platonic rhilos-pl- u rof early times, as well as To-anis. inoza and llolingbroke of later ays, were so madly opposed to Chris-ianity- ? Again: This tale reminds in jf the fact that wrongs we prepare for tther.s return upon ourselves. The ,'allows that Hainan built for Mordecai jjeame fie pram: minister's strangulation. Robespierre, who sent so many :o the guillotine, had his own head off by the horrid instrumeiiu The evils you practice upon others will recoil u on your own pate. Slau-ler- .i come home. Oppressions coma lome. Cruelties come home. You will be a lackey walking the very charger on which to ride others down. When Jnarles I., who had destroyed Stafford, was about to be beheaded, lu ;aid: "I basely ratified un unjust en fence, and the similar injustice I un now to undergo is a sensible for the punishment I on an innocent man." Lord leffries, after incarcerating many nnoc'iit and good people in London, Tower, was himself imprisoned in tho ,ame place, where the shades of those .vhom he had maltreated seemed to taunt him, so that he kept crying to lis attendants: 'Keep them off, for God's sake, keep thein off.'' The chickens had come home to roost, i'he body of Rradshaw, the English judge, who had been uthle-sand cruel in his decisions, was :aken from his splendid tomb iu Abbey, and at Tyburn hung on gallows from morning until night in .lie presence of jeering multitudes. Hainan's gallows came a little late, but t came. Oppertunities fly in a straight ine, and just touch us as thev pass 'rom eternity to eternity, but tho vrongs we do others lly in a circle, md however the circle may widen out, thej- - are sure to come back to the point from which they started. There are juns that kick. Furthermore, let the story of Hainan .each us how quickly turns the wheel jf fortune. One day, excepting the ring, Hainan was the mighties man in Persia; but the next day, a lackey. So .ve go up and so we com; down. Yu seldom find any man 20 years in tho ame circumstances. Of those who, in political life 20 years ago, were tho most prominent, how few remain in eonspieuity. Political parties mako ertain men do their hard work, md then after using them as lacks turn them out. on the commons .0 die. Every four years there is a complete revolution, and about 5,030 men who ought certainly to hi tho aext president are shamcfullj disappointed: while some, who are this day poor and poverty-strickewill ride anon the shoulders of the people and take their turn at the admiration and lie spoils of oliiee. Oh, how quickly the wheel turns! ISallot boxes are the steps on which men come down is often as thej-- go up. Of those who were' long ago successful in the of property how few have not met with reverses! While many of those who then were straitened in circumstances now hold the bonds and the bank keys of the nation. Of nil fickle things in the world fortune is the most fickle. Every day she changes her mind, and woe to the man who puts any confidence in what she promises or proposes! She cheerj when you go up and she laughs when j'ou go down. Oli. trust not a moment heart's affections to this changeful world! Anchor your soul in God. From Christ's companionships gather your satisfaction. Then, come sorrow or gladness, success or defeat, riches or rovertj-- , honor or disgrace, health or sickness, life or death, time or eternity, all are yours, and je are Christ's, and Christ is God's. Again; this Hainan's history shows us that outward possessions and circumstances can not make a man happy. While yet fully vested in authority and everything that equipage and pomp and splendor of residence could do were his, he is an of wretchedness. There are more aching sorrows under crowns of royalty than un ler the ragged caps of the houseless. Much of the world's affluence and gayetj is only misery in colors. Many a woman seated in the street at her apple stand is ha pier than the great bankers. The mountains of wordly honor are covered with perpetual snow. Tamerlane conquered half the world, but could not fears, subdue his own Aliab goes to bed sick, becausa will Naboth not sell him his vineyard. Herod is in agonv because a child is born down in 1'ethe-heGreat Felix trembles because a poor minister will preach rightous-ness- , temperance and judgment to come. From the time of Louis XII. to r.onis XVIII. was there a straw hot- Orjc-nta- l j-be-iWest-niirst1 object-lesson ioliath shakes his great spear in dcfi nice, but the small stones from tho irook E!a!i make him stagger and fall ike an ox under the butcher's blud--eoHe who is down can not fall. 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