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XUZLSiTK tt YSiffSSl1 Binder 1 LANCASTER, KY., EHIDAY, JULY, The corn crop is excellent Take advantage of our offer. It's great. Courier-Journ- TSSSS:,! it will heat harvest is well nigh over. Twine. I . IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. Stamp your checks. Call Buy ice from Northcott and be delivered daily. Itatii clu Ma Plenty of rain this week. Bast binder twine always on hand at Edminston'a Kandy Kitchen. The threshers are well up with their work. The best two horse wagpn on the market at G. S. Gaines'. Beginning July 1st I will sell strictV for cash and produce. It. A. StoneA ut uumes. Go to J. A. Beazley & gains in furniture. Co. for barEdmins- oil. rujc Home-mad- e candl ies at ton's Kandy Kitche, Xew stock of .Vrxpery paper recei J. C Thompson. ed this week. y (!. S. Gaines will not allow any Blue Bringthe cash and Grass .to grow under his feet- - Come cheap as anywhere and see ais prices... Xii tick get groceries, as It. A. Stone. To save cost, call and settle with All kinds fancy candies made fresh every day at Edminstion' Kandy Kh- - J. R. HASELDEN. Lancaster, Ky. C. J. G. SWKKNEV. At "Wholesale Cost. A full line of Drummer's Samples D. at Powell's. Remember July 51,11,12 and 13isspec-ii- l sale day's at The Logan Dry Goods Harness fromW. J. Romans Carriage Co. By all means jrou should attcDd W. I. Williams Company. Col. W.G. Welch. this special sale, if you want to secure Lancaster. Stanford. Several companies of mountain boys, bargains. belonging to the new Fourth Stole Fowl. have passed through town John Beazley, colored, was before on the night train. They were the county judge charged with stealbound for Lexington. ing turkeys from Wm. Shcrrow. lie Law, waived examination and went to jail Given Away. The Ilaward Tailoring company will until August court. give a S3 hat with every suit of clothes LANCASTER, KY. Teachers' Kxami nation. sold to July 15. j The examination of white teachers M. D. Hughes, Agt. for certificates will bi held in Superintendent Lusk's olll.'e July 15 and 10. Get Their Dough. The examination of colored teachers A special from ChicUamauga says will be held in same place on July 22 the boys at the second regiment were 23 rd. m. d j glad last week by receiving thsir pay. Each man received, on an avWanted. erage, 150,000 bushels of wheat deli 7cred at our warehouse. Highest cash price Intolerable. paid on delivery. Best lump and block The butt ends of buggy whips should Pittsburg coal, 9c. Salt, Lime, Sand, be broken over the heais of a lot ol Cement and farming implements. negro boys who run along funeral C. C. Glass & Bi:o. processions and anno3' those in vehiCamp Nelson, Ky. cles by asking to hold the horse. This is a nuisance that the people ought to Card of thanks. take a hand in stopping. As I am ab'e to bs out agrain, we BEAZLEY& BAOGHMAN. our hot weather summer I desire to offer curtesythanks for the 'Daring the and kindnets had a severe attack of cholera morbus, many acts t.f DIRECTORS, FUNERAL necessitating my leaving my business," shown us by the good people of LanMr. C. A. Hare, of Hare. Bros, caster and throughout the county durARTERIAL and CAVITY EM- says Fincastle, Ohio, "After talcing t.vo my conlinment cn account of my or threce doses of Cham':erlaii.'s .Co ie, ing BALMING a SPECIALTY. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I ' was unfortunate accident. We must prove completely relieved and in a few hours recreant to our expression of the highwas able to resume my work in the est We will cirri' with , . Carpets, &c. store. I sincerely recommend it to,,,. annerf'ation. ble people. Ylu s truly. bowel trouble." For sale by R. E. Jlit. am) Jilts. Rice Bexoe. Im MeRoberts. You can save money by. biding' Regi-men- t, 3t your always on Top in The quality anrfujuantity, at the Bottom in T. ClJIiHSV. Pkicks. No Sunday mail yet. It seems that My accounts are all dui and must be fogyism is to predominate. paid by July 1st. R. A. Stone. 25 to 50 per cent saved on the dollar I would like to do your plain sewing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. means a good deal to you at the Blue Grass Grocery. Ring 95, the Blue Grass Grocery for Call and pay your account. I have nice, cheap groceries, Prompt deliv- indulged Xyv. You must accommo cry. T. CUKHEV. date UK ' The night trains are excellent in "White Teaeliers Institute. both equipment and time. They are The White Teachers Institute for well loaded every night. Garrard county for the current year. To close out my stock of spring will be held at the Court House in rockers I will sell you a 5 00 rocker Lancaster, bejnnninsr Monday, August for 3.00 and a S3. 00 rocker for. 2.00 &c, Sth and continue five days. Institute R. A. StoxK instructor, Prof. W. E. Lumley. Emsa J. Lusk, Sunt tf. liourhnn Steam T.anilry. School at Sycamore, Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the rrof. Ben Evans has been given a Bourbon Steam Laundry. .Leave your tf school at Sycrmore Valley. Prof. Ev orders at Sweeney's store. ans is one of the best teachers in the There is no use for iivj to make pri- county. To start with, B.-- has just ce, just tell me how you en buy about as much sense as is crowded into and you can any cranium, and this with his long them from X have them, niaby for less, experience, makes him a typical peach R. A. XStoxk. tree wield or. A ' r i made skirts 1 "VJEJRY ; : g We are selling ready- - g 1 oi-i:.iv.x- . 75c, 81 00, $1.25, $1.50, $2 CO and $3.00. g i Attorneys at Not lee to Taxpayers. Taxes are 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. ISnughmaii. Walker, M. C. L. All business attended to promptly. To Ketluce the Stock. At a meeting of the directors of the National Bank it was decided to take as to the vote of the stockholder whathcr or not the capital stock be reduced from 5200,030 to 5100,000. The vote will be taken August 2nd. The taxes are so great that this step is deemed advisable. Furniture, Lancaster, Ky. v.i.' t A' n Ay "t y X ica A ts SHIRTS. Hot Weather Shirts. I YES SIR, them. We have them and all kir.ds of I Dress, SemiDress, Negligee. I Large and Attractive line I Detached and Attached I bodies and Fancy Bosoms. Percales, Collars and Cuffs. White A great variety of Fah-- I rics, both Foreign and Domestic. Novel patterns I and colorings. Prices 50c; 7oc, $1. and $1,50. Do not I fail to look this line of shirts over. Be your own judge. Take the shirts home, try them on, look them I over, use a microscope if you like, and if you find a I single, solitary fault in our shirts, bring them back and get your money. Reiemta our line of Crasl Suits at $2.50, $3, $3.50 of Fancy Shirts. I - All Wool Crash Suits at $7.50 M $8.50 I Black and Blue Serge Coats and Vests, just the thing pant We have twenty-fivI for hot weather. I patterns left that we will make up to your e i I ' ' measure at Manufacturer's Cost. Logan & Robinson. ooooocomeeoocooto The Heone Cluh. The Boone Club, an organization formed many years ago by Lancaster citizens, encamped at the cold spring, on Dix river Sunday and Monday Soldiers Here. This club meets every Fourth of July. Serg'L Will Walker, Ned Burdett This club was organized some one- and Kirk Kerby came up from Chicka- hundred and twenty years ago by Maj mauga Tuesday. Walker and Burdatt J. Crafty Barnside as president are on a few d lys furlough, and Kerby will remain. The latter had charge Colored Teachers Institute. The Colored Teachers Institute for of several teams, and, as the company Garrard countj, for the current school has been recruited to its full strength.year, will be held at the Court House (103) his services were no longer needd. Bunlett is regimental blacksmith. ia Lancaster, beginning Mondi3, Aug a position which is quite responsible, live days. In ust 1st, and continue but which puts many of Uncle Sam's structor John H. Jackson. dollars in Ned's pocket. Will Walker tf. Elis.v J. Lusic, Snpt was made third Sergeant His appoint ment was a pood one, as Will is as Strayed or Stolen. straight asfl. die and as c'.ever a fellow tVbout May 1!5, from my place 3 miles as one ever meets with. Uhey say the from Lancaster on New Danville pilc. boys are getting along nicely, and are heifer, (with black stripes) as happy as larks. They do not know one red half alderny, about year, and a half when they will be ordered from the old. Any information thankfully re- present camping ground, nor do they Mrs Mary A. Sutton, ceived. have any idea where they will be sent. Lancaster, Ky. Burdett and Walker will 3t return to Chickainauga in a few days. Deserved Promotion. Tjik Record is glad to see tint it's Death of Mrs. Ileriidon. good friend, Robert E. Hughes, has After months of untold suffering of ben promoted to the high position from a complication of throat and lung city editor on the Louisville Commer- diseases, Mrs. Helen K. Ilerndon, wife cial. Having withstood the battle o.' of Capt. William Ilerndon, died in this running a country weekly here in city Sunday morning at S o'ctock. Lancaster he, of course, can hold down Mrs. Ilerndon had been in bad health any job anywhere. The publication of for many years and for several months the New York Herald is nothing com- was usufast. bhe was the oldest pared to the ups and downs of a coun daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. try oflice. Having "done time in Kinnaird. The life o: Mrs. Ilerndon this harness we are glad" Bob has suc was surely a pure one. She was a ceeded in reaching a place where he zealous christian and the most loving Ins only one Hue of work to look af and devoted mother we" ever knew. ter and gets living pay. Success, old She had such deep love for her family man. that when she was suffering the greatest pain she asked them to remain out The "Wheat. of sight, that they may not sulfur by The reports on the wheat crop are seeing her suff jr. A short time before not very satisfactory. The threshing her death she called each of her chil last week indicates a much less yield dren in and admonished them to put Some fields have than anticipated. their trust in God, live a Uhrist-lik- e threshed out 20 to 25 bushels per acre. life and "they would surely meet her is small and unfortunately in a place where they would be forev The berry more or less smut appears which dam er united. Mrs. Ilerndon was a mem ages wheat very materially and ber of the Presbyterian church and if in the grain. From what was brought up to study the bible and - unsettled we can learn the market isThe early practice it's teachings. and probably will start at CO to 05e. training given by her pious mother We understand several sales have been never left her, and she went through made at these figures. Some four or life a and five cars shipped last week and should christian. The husband and children the weather be favorable for threshing have the sympathy of all the commu this week there will ba several thous nity in their great bereavement. They and bushels shipped. should remember that their loss is her gain, as she is, according to the A Had Cans, teachings of the bible, now where no Uhrough the vigilance of officers in suffering is known and where she will Garrard and surrounding counties, the peacefully await the sounding of the breaking tip of the notorious Gill and trump which will ushor in the glad Story gang has about been accomplishrcserrection morn. ed. For several years the residents along Sugar Creek and vicinity have been geatly annoyed by thieves. Tfca Royal I the highest grade baking powder kaowa. Actual tests show it goesoae Meat, chickens, hogs, harness and, in third further tbaa any other braaaV fact anything left from under lock and key was not safe in the neighborhood. Officers from Madison have landed in the Richmond jail George Story, Jim and Bill GilL all white men living in the above mentioned neighborhood. One of these men gava the whole thing away and told of their many deireda tions. Story's wife had Gill's wife ar rested and she in turn had the Story woman landed behind the. bars. Toll Gill has also had the chain of epiden-.-wound around him and now ornaments a cell in the Garrard jaiL The case against the latter vill be called before Judge Burnside this, Fridas, .morning. AMtJbtttly Pure We understand much stolen property has been located and the chances for a conviction of the entire layout are g God-feari- Mary A. Baughman, wi low of Samuel O. Baughman, died oa the 30th at her home in Boyle, of paratysis. The funeral was preached at Provi- lence church next afternoon at S o'clock, by Rev. J. W. Lynch; burial in Bellevue Cemetery. The deceased was 07 years old, a daughter of Smith, of Boy'.e county, who moved to Missouri, where most of the famity now live. 'I he following children survive Mrs. Baughman: James II. Baughman, Boyle county; Mrs. Jen ny Smith, Paris, Mo; Mrs. J. L. Bruce, Mrs. G. R. Pope, W. E. Baughman, T. L. Baughman, Miss Jennie Baughman, Mrs. J. M. Sallee, John and Homer B lughman. She was a devoted folio w- of the Master, a good wife and mother and splendid neighbor. Advocate. Mrs. Eph-ria- We Have Selected July 9, ; 11, 12 and 131 3 For Special Sale Day to Close out a line of French Organdies. : : i j 30c Organdies for " " 25c " " 20c 15c " I2c 10c 15c 11 3c MADRAS CLOTH 5cts. PER YD. j Lots of Other Bargains, too Numerous to Mention. Come early and get first Choice. These prices will not be quoted except on the days mentioned above. I THE If iiUiliili Several A DRY GOODS 1 PANY REROUTED KILLED. TftUJUJUiiuujujujiuuiuiUiiuu t ;,..wi:,. Xntliln.r lint. Il,r used at Edminston's Kandy KitchenfT I iMiiUJsiiiUiuiiiaaiaiasK P:iits Say Cajit. W. C. Mel'ar-la- nl was Killed at Santiago. Richmond was one hundred years o'd on July 4th. On that day, enc hundred years ago, on motion of Capt. John Miller, inthe Court of Quarter Sessions, the town was legally established. Capt Miller was the great grand father of Mr. D. M. Lackey, of this city. OiV to the "War. J. Randolph Harris writes from El Dorado, Ark., to a friend in The d office as follows: "I have this morning signed to go to war. Will be in 1st Arkansas volunteers, but will try and get transferred to our home regiment. I very naturally want to be with the Kentucky boys, but if disappointed, can tight for the old flag as well in another regiment. Give my to all kindest regards inquring friends and if I never get back to old Kentucky tell Capt. White to feed the Rkc-oi:- .Luclen Young to the Front. Lieut Lucien Young, whose mother well-know- n POWDER good. ROYAL SAUNA POWOE OO.', RCW VOftK. lived in Lancaster for many years and is himself here, has niled up more honors by his bravery. The gallant lieutenant commands a little boat named the "Hist." He was sent, with several other small crafts, by Admiral Sampson, to Manganillo, to destroy four Spanish gunboats which the Admiral had been informed were lying in that harbor. Instead of finding only that array of fighting craft, they encountered, in cresent formation, nine vessels, including a torpsdc boat and a cruiser. Th.ey also found land batteries-anthemselves flanked-barmed pontoons, while a heavy battery of field artillery was in posi tion on the water front to aid in mak ing warm the reception of Sampson's vessels. The American's pitched in anyway. The Hist was hit 11 times, but the plucky little craft withstood the heavy fire gallantly. During the engagement the American vessels succeeded in sinking two of the Spanish irunboats. one sloop and one pontoon. T.iey also disabled the enemy's torpedo boat, did much damage to il of the gunboats in the harbor, and made a .marked impressisn on the Spanish land batteries." As soon as LANCASTER. PEOPLE the Hist and Wampatuck discovert d that the Hornet was disabled, their Who are NowTakliiff Part in the Strugcaptains decided that it would be use gle . at Santiago. less to ngnt longer against sucn a superior enemy. Accordingly the WamCapt W. Q McFarland, Co, E. ICth patuck hastened to the rescue of the Infantry. . Hornet, t ie Hist meantime keeping Lieut Lucien Young, Commanding up its sharpest fire. The Hist forT the Hist merly was the Hespita', is 174 feet long, W. D. Dunlap, Troop C. Gth Cavalry. has a displace23,25 feet wide, Tom Aldridge, Troop C Gth Cavalry. ment of 472 tons. ' New-Yorsev--r.- report of the battle at San Jm,n strongest the encountered, say Captain W. C. McFarland was killed in the battle. He is a brother-in-laof the editor of this paper and has many warm friend-- , here. Other reports, published in the Enquirer, Courier-Journand larger papers, say he is only wounded in thu leg. The latter report is accepted as the correct one, as the battle took place last Saturday and all the regimental officers being acquainted with Capt McFarland's family, and know-iu- g their address, would certainly havis informed them had he been killed. Capt. McFarland is a very large man and a shot from a r'lla striking the bone of his'leg would certainly cause him to falL As the company wa making a mad rush to the front, the supposition is they ran over their leader, thinking him dead. The telegram says: ""The charge was the greatest of the Jay, and the most important, for the nill was the chief de.ense overlooking Santiago. General Hawkins calleu upon our men to cnarge. The Spanish lire seemed irresistible, but the men did not fiinch. With yells they charged up the hill. The merciless shells tore gaps 'in their ranks, but on thev went, inspired by General Hawkins and other olliers. Company E. of the Sixteenth Infantry, was in front. Captain McFarland was killed in the first moments-othe rush. His eompany wavered a moment, and then Carey jumped into the lead, Lieutenant md yelled "Come on company E!" The company dashed on, but a few minutes later Lieutenant Carey was killed. None of the men seemed to realize the errific deadly fire that was being joured into their faces. On they went like demons." His wife and son, who are in have heard nothing whatever, 'rom Capt McFarland. The belief jf the family is that he was wounded ind fell, his company in the great excitement and rush going on over him. A cable has been sent to Cuba, .but at .his hour no answer has been received. Later. Just as we go to press, :elegram reports McFarlap alive. Hill, one of the CENTRAL RECORD STONE. MARKSEURY. pass the examination, but may have to recruit again before mustering. Most L. M. Crutchfield sold a plug mare is quite low Uncle Simmy Johnson of the clothing has arrived, but none for S2.50. of the equipments will he issued until with flux. lEVEKV WEEK BV Clay Fowler sold 12 cattle to Coley Mrs. n. D. Aldridge has been sick it all arrives. Z,OUIS J,ANDRA3, Publisher. Gulley for The American troops, 3,503 in num- for several days. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Win. Toatersoll a yoke of oxen to ber, on three transports, convoyed by Mrs. Miriam Peaters is visiting her the Charleston, arrived at Manila June brother, T. I. Herring. Joe Hugncs is Coley Gulley for 5102.59. 30 and began disembarking at Cavite quite ill at this writing. A prominent Mrs. Mattie Land and Mr. George That's what they are but it's too late now to come down in J1.00 YAR, IN ADVANCE. the next day. They brought to Cavite idower, of Nicholasville, is calling Grow, are on the sick list . .M) 50NK Months. prices. The people are no fools by any means and daily ask as a prisoner the Spanish Governor of on one of our nicest ladies. Miss Mag " L. M. Crutchfljld sold to J. Bourne, the Ladrone Islands. A garrison was gie llacklcy, of Georgetown, visited one oaw at 2.80 per hundred. the question left at Ladroac Islands. her uncle, J. C. Boner, last week. L. Mrs. Nelson Dean and Miss Minnie 1898 FHI DAY, July 8, WHAT MADE THEM CHARGE SDCH HIGH PRICES An reached Gen. Brooke at B. Hughes hLs recovered from several Hardin are very low with typho.u ays sickness. Misses M.riam Her Chickamauga Sunday to designate fever. M BEFORE THE BLUE GRASS GROCERY CAME? The past week has been full of stir-in- about 20,000 men for immediate depart ring, of Louisville, and Hallie Rice, of Mo-Kin has returned from the FOR CONGRESS. incidents in the great war. The ure to the South. It is believed he has Lower Garard, are visiting Miss Sal- Lexington i Asylum, very much irr. Thats a hard nut to crack for 'em. They may say goods cost fe Herring, this week. Mrs. Susan we stated in last selected the First division of the First McCREARY. We are authorized to announce American soldiers, as proved. less! Nit: On the. contrary War Taxes have realy increas- - gj) steaay corps and two brigades of the Second Johnson returned to her home in Bur- Hon. James B. McCreary, of Madison issue, have continued tneir Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moberley are re county, a candidate for Congress In the march against Santiago. As the ene division. These include the First and gin, Saturday, after spending several ed cost of goods all around. days with friends and relatives in this joicing over the arrival of a fine bey, 8th Congressional District, subject to the my was well entrenched and had the Third Kentucky regiments. action of the Democratic party. Trade with those that benefit you by giving you lowest pri- - Ijftr way blocked by innumerable barbed- When the news of the disaster to the vicinity. Misses Lillie Sutton, accom- on the 20th ult. Mrs. Amon, of McCrear', began the our troops Spanish fleet reached th2 soldiers sur panied by Ebb Dickerson, of Buckeye, ces without being pushed to do so by enterprising competition. L?4) THOMPSON We announce J. B. Thompson a wire fences, the progress of visited Crab Orchard, Sunday, and at public, school at Scott's Fork, with veby the Dein has been slow. The fighting of the rounding Santiago, which was during candidate for For this week we offer our Choice or Imperial flour at 55c K ocratic party for Representative In Con- - Americans h is bicn extremely bitter the true;, the regimental band that tended the picnic at Green Briar, Mon ry good attendance, Monday. cress from this the Mh district. per 241b. sack. Itsa dandy and you will like it. Coal Oil at IIP and shows conclusively that they are had man tired to keep its instruments day, July 4th. Mrs. W. M. Kuyken The people here worked the Sugar They on the line, played "The Star Span dall, accompanied by her daughter's, Creek road Saturday, which was need the rawst men on earth. 9c gallon and other goods accordingly. rushe I into a perfect hell of fire at gled Banner" and "There'll Be a Hot Miss Mary and little Miss Myrtle, are ed very much, it was almost past travIt was believed that the war with each breastworks and, although many Time In the Old Town Tonight," The visiting friends and relatives in ML eling. Spain would wipe out, to a great ex Washington, this week, ihe young BLUE GRASS GROCERY GO., wounded, they put the Misses Mattie and Pearl Saunders tent, the feeling' between the North were kil'ed and and captured their men cheered from one end of the line folks of this community, took advan Spanish to flight to the other. enteriained at their home in honor of and South. It certainly has a tenden eve tage of the beautiful moon-lig'1 he Spanish loss is simply posUions. E. C Blanks, of Lewisville, Texas, their guests. Misses Alpha and Bettie cy to do so, but the old flame will con fearful. The Dons fought under cover writes that one box of DeWitt's Witch ning's and stormed Miss Hallie Her- Brooks, and Iva Scott, of Little Hick tinue to be kindled as long as organi exposed them Hazel Salve was worth S30.000 to him. ring, Friday evening in honor of her man, and a number of other friends, and never zations are formed and kept up by all the time uests, Misses Alta and Lottie Bettis, selves only when retreating. Ihe It cured his piles of ten years standWednesday nighL those who took part in that war. An coolness and good marksmanship of ing. He advises others to try it. It also Miss Lullie Sutton, Saturday eve Mrs. Peachie Grow an I Mrs. T. L. ill feeling will never die out as long as nirig. Messrs. Frank Johnson, Henry Solremarkable. also cures eczema, skin diseases and it is talked about, and these organiza our men has been Saunders and little daughter, Peachie diers were never required to fight un obstinate sores. Stormes Drug Store, Williams and Miss Jennie Johnson, of Mae, were the tions only bring up recollections of guesti of Mrs. Meade Bursrin. Miss Alta Bettis, of Bards- difficulties than have our lm Uncle Sam's family quarrel. We re- der greater town, Misses Hallie Herring and Lot Teater, Monday. Misses Mattie and Jno.E.Stcut. E. W. Lillard. men. The Spaniards have used the ceived a letter, enclosing a lot of The Wolf News Bureau has issued tie Bettis, of Lancaster, Messrs Hugh Pearl Saunders, spent last Monday explosive and also the poisoned bulblanks, asking us to join the "Sons of an oilicial denial of the statemen that Kuvkendall and Everett Parks, of with Miss Blanche MitchelL Mr. and lets, which shows what contemptible Veterans." Our father enjoj-cRussia have reached Brvantsville, were entertained at II. Mrs. Fain, were the guests of T. L. a mil they are. It must be said, how Germany, France 1 itary record of which anyone would be deyils that they have displayed great an understanding relative to the Phil D. Aldridbe's. Sunday. Saunders and family, Sunday. Mr. ever, proud, but excuse us on joining the an internatio ippine islaud and tint and Mrs. Wm. Scott, and little son staying qualities. con cress will be held when the aforesaid organization. If they would George, of Little Iiiekman, were the The fighting began in earnest Fri nal Oar baby has been continually guests organize a society called the "Sons of war is over, similar of his sister, Mrs. Peachie Grow, day. Our men stormed their breast troubled with colic and cholera Mexican Veterans," then we would to the Berlin congress of 1S7S, so far Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. works all along the line. As there Germany is concerned. fantum since his birth, and all that work like a beaver for its advance were many MrA lines of these fortificato Mat Folger, spent Sunduy with mcnt. The majority of those taking The statement thus denied was pub we could do for him did not seem Sarah Duncan, of ML Hebron. Mrs. tions, the Dons were driven back from give more than temporary relief, un part in army societies these days were first one to another until they were lished in the Frankfurter Zitung. Grow spent Sunday night with Cho Peachie nevjr near enough a battle to smell completely shut up in the city of In speaking of the war, Sam Jones, til we tried Chamberlain's Colic, Since her sister, Mrs. Mary A. Saunders. lera and Diarrhoea Remedy. the smoke and they way they blow off Santiago. Up to this hour no regular the great evaugelist, says: "I think if giving that remedy he has not betn Mrs. Luther Raney and family, spent and saw the air gives us an excrucia assault has been made upon the c ty, the negotiations had been handled troubled. We want to give you this S iturday night and Sunday with MaL ting pain under our old office apron. with proper religious spirit, war would testimonial as an evidence of our grat Carter and Wolford Raney's families. but it is hourly expected. -: fleet of Cervera, have been avoided, how that we are itude, not that you need it to adver of Buckeye. L. M. Crutchfield and Ihe Ix speaking of the various reports which has been bottled up in Santiago in it, however, We should lick Spain tise pour meritorious remedy. m wi'e, visited T. L. Saunders and faml blaming Gov. Uradley for the delay in harbor for several weeks, made an at- out of her boots. If we do it we will Law. Keokuk, Iowa. J! or sale by it. ly, Sunday. lm getting the Kentucky troops to the tempt to run the blockade of Samp save us licking her again, and maybe, E. McRoberts. front and for their insufficient equip- son's flset Sundav morning. What the some other nations. It will not do to McCREARY. ment, Mai. John Green Uallance, the American's did to those Spanish boats stop until Spain gives up all her pos ORGANIZED 1883. mustering officer, exonerates the Gov will make history which will raise sessions and agrees to be decent like Mrs. J. A. Amon opened school at ernor from all blame for this. lie at an American's hair a thousand years other nations. Scott's Fork, Monday. PITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, taibutes the responsibility to the ina- hence. Just listen to this following Win your battles against disease by bility of the Government to supplj' the account of it: "It was about nine Lish Forbes sold to W. II. Sebastian U OF LANCASTER. XT. NATIONAL BANK necessary equipment. He says the o'clock Sunday morning when the actinir promptly. Oae Minute Cough a young mare for SCO. results, immediate Cure produces people do not understand the enormi flagship Infanta Maria Teresa passed The friends of Sheriff J. B. Saunders Capital, $100,000 ty of equipping the volunteer army, under the wall of Morro Castle and When taken early it prevents cousumr and wife, regret to learn they move CAPITAL 1 tion. And in later stages it furn 000.0U If everyone connected with the organ steamed out to sea. She was followed Surplus Fund 15,000 $200,000.00 week to Lancaster. prompt relief. Stormes Drug this iz ition and equipment of the Kentucky by the Cristobal Colon, Viscaya and shes The rain here Monday was harder LANCASTER, JLT. lm Store. BUSINESS SOLICITED. boys had worked as faithfully as did Oquendo and last by the torpedo-boa- t than has been for sometime, streams Gov. Bradley, the troops would have destroyers Furor and Pluton. The The 4th Kentucky staff officers are getting so high as to cause a great Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed been ready much sooner. American vessels, lying ten miles off Col. David G. Colson, Lieutenant Col deal of damage to farmers. J. M. Higqineothax President the entrance to the harbor, sighted onel, David R. Murray, Majors, Sam'l A. R. Denny. President. T. C. Gulley went to Cincinnati last The army and navy is at last openly them immediately. The American Morrow, W. II. Collier, Surgeon Major can be placed on pain, 'Mother' Jno. E. Stormes. Vice President. "If a is worth its weight in gold as an allevi- Lewis Y. Lkxveli. week. Misses Relda Layton and Eve Friend price sratting at each other. There has al cruisers had no thought of rany thing II. G. Kenyon, Assistant Surgeons, Ben Wm. TJ. Kinnaird. Cashier. Cashier wife suffered more in ways been great jealousy between the as the Spanish fleet getting past the L. Brcjer and John C. Lewis, Quarter rce Bradshaw. spent last week with ator. Mvher other two children ten minutes with B. F. Hodsos than she did al either of Assistant Cash'r two arms, the army, up to the last few sunken collier Merrimac, which they master, Geo. W. Albrecht, Chaplain Mrs. W. B. Bradshaw near Marksbu together with 'her last, having previously used VY. O. BiQN'KT S. C. Denny, J. F. Robinson. Jb, four bottles ef Mother's Friend.' It is a blessing months, being the upper doff. Since had been deluded into believing effec- John Stamper, Charles Baldrick, Reg: ry. Miss Zilla Gulley spent last week to any one expecting to become a mother," says O. D. Walxeb Bookieepei Assistant Cash'r. with her aunt, Mrs. Dave Anderson, a customer. this war began and the navy has had tually blocked the exit. The signal ment Adjutant; James Carroll, Ser R. T. Embby Ass't Thus writes Henderson Dale, Druggist, opportunity to show its great cllicien for full speed ahead was running from geant Major, and P. C Brashear, Miss Eva Jones was the guest of Mrs. DIRECTORS: Davis Sutton, last week. Mr. andMrs, of Carmi, 111., to the BradGeld Regulator cy, the army leaders have felt that bridge to engine coom of every ship Quartermaster Sergeant DIRECTORS Lewis Y.Lkavbll, A. S. Jennings and little daughter Company, of Atlanta, Ga., tne proprie J.M.HieainBOTHAK, their laurels were in danger, conse and the entire American fleet com T. M. Arnold, Sam'l. D.Cochran, Jas Spllman, The Chesapeake and Ohio tendered Cleo, are visiting relatives in Spencer tors and manufacturers of "Mother's J. S. Johnson, Friend." This successful remedy is not quentiy have taken greater chances menced to move in shore toward the B. F. Hudson. fine county. Alex. R. Denny. A. C. Robinson. Misses Nora Saunders and one of the many internal medicines ad- H.C.Abnold, Jb. than they would otherwise have done, Spanish and the great twelve and to the war department the fleet of steamers owned by that company; ply Ollie Uaekley, of Kirksville, were th vertised to do unreasonable things, but a Alsi.Gibbs, W. R. Cook, J. J. Walker L. Davidson, As the whole world is made up of van thirteen-iacguns of the battleships ing between Newport News and Eu scientifically prepared liniment especially Jacob Y. Robinson. guests of MissesJennie and Carrie Hat Jno. E. Stormes. jty. we suppose there is excuse for and the smaller batteries on the other effective in adding strength and elasticity .Uncle Sams boj'8 having their share vessels fired shot after shot at long rope, at the actual cost of the vessels din, last week. Miss Stella Brqaddus, to those parts of woman's organism which with provisions for restoring them to accompanied by R. L. Warner, visited bear the severest strains 01 cmiUDirtu. o :t. range. As the ships ran in toward the company when the department friends in Madison last week. Miss The liniment may be used at any and the shore it soon became evident that has no further need of them, at a fig. Minnie Pherigo is spending this weel all times during pregnancy up to the Everybody who isn't there and does .the Spaniards had not come out to The earlier it very hour of confinement. not know the circumstances, can tell make an aggressive fiht, for they ure that would be eminently reason a with Sallie B. Ray, at Buckeye. Misses is begun, and the longer used, the more how Santiago should be taken. To turned to the eastward as soon as they ble. There are seven of these ships, Lura Layton and Bettie Broaddus, of perfect will be the result, but it has been a man up a tree it looks like Sampson had cleared the harbor and started on They are of steel and of about 8,000 Madison, are the guests of Mrs John used during the last month only with sreat benent ana success. Walker. is right in wanting Morro out of the their race for safety, at the same time tons gross burden. It not only shortens labor and lessens wav be "ore entering the harbor. The sending answering shots at the Ameri Persons troubled with diarrhoea will the pain attending it, but greatly diminThousands of persons have been cur- ishes the danger to life of both mother castle is many feet above the harbor can ships as fast as the men could load be interested in the experience of M and, as the decks of his ships are iin and fire the guns. The Brooklyn, Mas W. M. Bush, clerk ot Hotel Dorrance ed of piles by usinjj DeWitt's Witch ana cniia, anaweaves me motner in a conheals promptly and dition more favorable to speedy recovery. protected, it would be suicidaVto at sachusetts, Texas, Oregon and Iowa Providence, R. I. He says; "For sev Hazel Salve, ' ' Mother's Friend ' ' is sold by druggists tempt an entrance. Old 'Samp" urn were nearer the Spaniards than any eral years I have been almost a con cures eczema and all skin diseases It at $i.ooa or sent dj express on receipt 01 gives immediate relief. Stormes Drug price. his business. others of the American vessels, but stant sufferer from diarrhoea, the fr, lm Valuable book for women, " Before still most of them were too far away qucnt attacks completely prostrating Store. Baby is Born," sent free on application. It is all well enough to close the to get an effective range. They crowd me and rendering me unfit for my THE BRA0FIEL0 REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. FLATWOOD. postollicis and banks on the Fourth o ed on all steam, however, in prepara duties at this hotel. About two years July and Christmas, but we fail to see tion for the chase, never stopping ago a traveling salesman kindly gave W. II. Furr bought 12 sheep and 5 the prorriety of shutting ud on the their fire for one moment For an me a small bottle of Chamberlain' lambs from J. C. Fox. other seventy-fiv- e or one hundred hour or two they followed the flying Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, W. H. Furr lost a good work mare a closing days now in vogue. Some Spaniards westward along the shore Much to my surprise and delight its For few days ago from unknown causes. tetter, the speedy and permanent cure of congressman will doubt- line, sending snot alter snot into tneir effects were immediate. Whenever salt rheum and eczema, Chamless recommend ground-hoand wash- blazing hulls, tearing great holes in felt symptoms of the disease I would She commenced bleeding at the nose berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is and died in les? than half an hour. without an equal. It relieves the itchdays as appropriate closing times. heir steel sides and covering their fortify myself against the attack with ing and smarting almost instantly and Tnere would be just about as much decks with the blood of the killed and a few doses of this valuable remedy. She left a young mule colt. permanent use Misses Ella and Dody Spangle from its continued cureseffects a propriety in the latter as there is in the wounded. At no time did th The result has been very satisfactory cure. It also itch, barber s itch, TO some now observed. Spaniards show any indication that and almost complete relief from the near Crab Orchard and Miss Joan scald head, sore nipples, itching piles. and Friday' thev intended to do otherwise than affliction." For sale by R. E. McRob Gashwilder spentH. Friday and family. chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and Furr with W. night lm, granulated nos. The determined manner in which fight to the last. They showed no sig erts. Misses Mattie. Nannie, and Maggie the American soldiers walked over the nals to surrender even when their A Chickamauga dispatch to the En McCarly, of Sweeny and Miss Jennie Dr. Cady's Condition Powders for Spaniard's breastworks, tore down ships commenced to sink and the great quirer says: it is believed that the Sec Perkins, of Marksbury spent 'Ihursday horses are the best tonic, blood purifier fences and clouds of smoke pouring from their ond Kentucky will get orders to move with Miss Sallie and Ocie Dudderar. and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Soldby their strong barbed-wir- e Sunday at waded into double their number is sides showed they were on fire. They alone with the First Corps. This Mr. Andy Spantrle spent Flaattwood. R E. McRobert3, Druggist, Lancaster enough to open the eyes of the entire turned the heads of their ships toward morning an order came from Gen. world. Our men had all odds against the shore, less than a mile away and Wade to Inspector Gen. David Vickers them, but never stopped for one mo- ran them on the beach and rocks, to inspect the regiment in detail. The ment to consider danger. Many of the where their destruction was soon com- regiment was at drill. It was called boys in blue fell, but they died nobly pleted. The o fibers and men on board in and the men put in heavy marchand their memory will always be then escaped to the shores as well as ing order. Maj. Vickers with CoL SPEBGFIELD cherished. they could, with the assistance of Gaither examined every man and his Successor to Lackey & Gulley. boats sent from the American outfit minutely, and at the conclusion MARINE FIRE It is perfectly evident that Shafter then threw themselves upon the inspector turned to Col. Gaither, First-Clawas too hasty in attacking Santiago. the mercy of their captors. The Amer- saying: INSURANCE COMPANY. Gaither, you have as fine a In his mad desire to win fame he icans not only extended to them, the regiment-a- s there is in Camp Thomas, opened fire on the Spanish entrench- gracious hand of chivalry, but sent EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO STABLE. ! and. I shall so report to Corps ments before his artillery arrived, and a guard to protect them from the mur OR OP NEW YORK. in one place befcre the attacking col- derous bands of Cuban soldiers hiding j HANDSOME TURNOUTS, umn was completely formed. We very in the bush on the hillside eager to Robinson & Hamilton Agts Dj not fail to keep the roost poles much fear this gentleman is too much rush down and attack the unarmed, REASONABLE PRICES- Office over Post Office. well oiled with coal oil, it will aid in inclined to place his men in jeopardy defeated, but valorous foe." :: : LvscASTEit. Kextuckv exterminating the lice. in order to advance his own personal During the entire fight none of the SPECIAL ATTENTION TO reputation. "Vanity of vanities, saith Do not crowd those young pullets injured. The American ships were the Preacher; all is vanity." that you are expecting to keep for TRAVELING MEN. one killed was Chief Yeoman Ellis, of aim to keep them growing Brooklyn. Only ten of our nun layers, but Gov. Bradley has come out in a let- the steadily. I were injured. ter which peeles the bark off CoL More than 40,000,000 pounds of chew- Orders taken for all Foreign or Domestic Magizines or Newspapers Out of the 243 men examined for the These gentlemen are wool-in- g ing tobacco were manufactured in I have purchased the overstate Guard mat- Fourth regiment, only 25 have been Louisville last year, and over 3,000 TS. BEAZLEY, ters and if their newspaper battle con- rejected Quite a gool showing for men, women and boys are employed Walker stable ana am tinues much longer pistols and coffee the mountain boys. in the process. A prepared to furnish the will no doubt be used. Secretary Alger will send to ConTeeth filled and extracted tT As catch crops, buckwheat or HunOTIt Tialn. Hrnnrn anil Tlriil..a gress a recommendation that legislaWork a special 17. Office over J. R. Haaelden'a garian grass may be sown as late as Mb. II. E. Woolfolk, the gentle- tive authority be given to the Presihardware store, next to Court House. LancasJuly 4th. These crops have both a ter. Kjr. manly editor of the Danville Advocate, dent to enlist 25,000 negro soldiers for BU.RNSIDE, KY., 3rd SESSION BEGINS SEPT. 8th. market value, or if a market is not on the shortest notice. A was elected president of the Kentucky the volunteer army in the event he accessible, they may bo put to good use Full Faculty of five Experienced teachers. All 'College graduates. Special attention given jj Press Association for the ensuing year, deems it necessary to increase the pre- on the farm. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. sent fighting force. a compliment well merited. Enrollment last year 105. Excellent Courses offered in Latin, Greek, Z Commercial Travelers. peach trees are not pruned Where Science, History. Music, Ora Many descrtilous are reported from long, slender branches form, and these German, French, English, Mathematics, v RICE BENGE. AH persons knowing themsuTes indebT?(r-- t TERMS, moderate. BOARDING DEBob Moore, of LaFayette, Ind., says all the companies stationed at Lexing- produce fruit mainly at their outer tory and Physical Culture. ton. Bell county had a full quota to ends. The tree will "bear mucn'more the estate of the late Dr.W. S. O'Neal will that for constipation he has found PARTMENT alfthat could be wished lor Comfort and Convenience. plcaie call and settle with L. F. Hobble and Little Early Risers to be p2r- fruit if properly distributed, ani it greatly oblige me. CUBAN RELIEF enrec will be more perfect. For particulars and catalogue address the Principal, That peach fect. They never gripe. Try them for Colic, Neuralgia and Toothache M. Y. O'JJEAI, stomach and liver troubles. Stormes in five minutes. Sour Stomach trees should be left to grow at will is AW 2534 ArimlnlatratrlT JAMES C. DOLLEY, JT1. A. and SoauBer Complaint. Price, 25 Cent. an outgrown idea. Drug Store. lm The War. if 5. SCARED TIP. 1 k g 1 EPH. P. BROWN, Mgr. JS :ocoocooo T,1 n n eoooooo ZHTn Spanish-America- n eauimg Druggists. Sfoikfc :- Isll f&$&29 Sstltk Stationery, Faints, Oils, Etc. much-talked-- u-- DAItfVIXiXiE, KENTUCKY, 493-TITE X00030frOOOOOOS000 Priceless Pain s h Danville, Ky. CALDWELL it I LANIER SHOES. I Skin Diseases. PLEASURE TO LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE. lumber-- headed g GJLXjL oust TItXJIVICS WE WANT tjs. andTALISES. SEE YOU Whether You Buy Or Not. PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH FIREiiyiflJMCE MB Mastic Mixed Faint. THE BEST BRANDS OF h W. H. LACKEY s ." mm White Lead and Oil. We are Glad to Sell Either. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. HEW LIVERY. KENT UCKY 111 I DENTIST. I Very Best Rigs j t I Planters: Br ing us your Job Printing. I WE ARE SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN. SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED. Toll SUCH BARGAINSlO OFFERED. Some of our $12, $13.50 $15.00 and $16.50 Suits now for $10. BE NEVER AGAIN WILL Pine Straw Hats 50c on $1.00. Negligee Shirts. Stacy Adams Fine Shoes. Suits made to order in Danville, IT'S WAR FOE CE ETAIE WE ARE READY FOR IT. Saved COME AND SEE OUR SUITINGS AND WORK SHOP. T 3D THE Telephone 136, GLOBE J. L. Frohinan & Co , Barnes Browning, of Walton avenue, who is the daintiest little pices of femininity ever seen, are daily enjoying Chautauqua, especially the band concert. Lexington Argonaut Judge M. D. Hughes came down Always this time of the year my desire is to get rid of from Livingston and spent Sunday the goods my line whether get cost or not and my with home folks. "limy say" Judge customers always reap a great "benefit. This time my bar made a speech up there the Gerlorious oe gains Fourth. If he did, we venture to say no cob"webs are left on the skies over Livingston. so first coming will get the Cream, All goods the mil-- The Middlesboro News has a lengthy line go this sale. write-uof the marriage of Mr. Chas. C. Jones, of Columbus, Ohio, and Miss Ida Christy Householder. Miss llallie Hamilton, of this city, was a brides maid and wore white organdy and Danville Advocate. Prof. B. S. Gowen is in Washington carried a bunch of carnations. A report was again circulated to the this week attending the National J11I3', 8, FRIDAY, 1898. Teachers Association. effect that Capt. V. J. KinnairJ was ill. This, we are very glad to Miss Mellie Hopper, of Ilustonville, quite He was is visiting her aunt. Miss Jane Hop-pe- say, is without foundation. here this week and is looking remarkon Richmond avenue. ably welL His foot is much better and Miss IVauky Djty has returned he will soon discard the brace. home from an extensive visit to relaMrs. Theodore Currey is visiting relMr. and Mrs. Jas. A. Roj'ston enjoytives and friends in Richmond. atives in Richmond. ed a reunion of their family this week. Miss Lucy Ballard rcturne I Satur Their only son, Claude, who had been Mrs. J. E. Stormes is visi'.ing reladay from Danville, wheret she has absent for threp years, was here with tives in Xicholasville. been visiting for several weeks. the fond parents and loving sistcrF. Miss Dertha ISurnside is visiting Mrs. II. Blankenhips, of St. Charier, Claude is with Sprague, Warner & Co., friends near MtrCreary. Mo., is visiting her brother. W. J. and lias a respor.s ble position. He reLeslie Ilerndon has accepted a posi- Romans, on Richmond street turned to his post of duty Saturday. tion with II. 1$. Northeott. Mr. M. A. Archer and bride have re Every member of the Standard Henry Simpson lias taken a place as turned from their bridal tour and have Co., Cincinnati, from "Midget" clerk with Logan Robinson. taken rooms at Mr. Tom Austin's. DGarmo to President Riley, turned Mr. I). M. Laclcey is spending few Miss Elisa Lusk is spending a week out last week to entertain the editors daj's with friends in Richmond. a camping party given by her visiting their city. They cartainly cucceeded too, and the boys will alMrs. It. II. ISatson entertained a few brother, George D., at Oregon, Ky. ways remember their kindness. This friends at tea Tuesday evening'. Mr. John Shea, the popular merch firm is one of the fairest and squarcst Miss Nannie Gaines is visiting Miss ant tailor, has been spending a lew we have ever had dealings with. Their diys with his daughter in Louisville. goods are A No. 1, prices right, and Ruth Williams in Campbellsville. Messrs. .Frank Marksbury and Fred what they tell you is just that way. J. M. Logan has returned from sevFrisby, attended the party given hy Success to the Standard. eral daj-s- ' visit to Miidlesborough. Miss Fauleoner, in Danville, Tuesday A great .many Lancastc people will Mr. II. 1$. Northcott has icturned evening. remembjr L uis 1'i.cher, who, with from a visit to relatives in Newport. Messrs. W. J. and McKee KinnairJ. C?pt Sam M. Boone, in 1S7.1, held the Miss Kingman, of Louisville, has of Middlesborough, were here to at- levil up by the tail in the biggest been the guest of Miss Ressie Datson. tend the funeral of their sister, Mrs. temperance meeting ever he d here. We met Mr. Pileher at the IVeis AssoEl. Perkins, of Lower Garrard, is William Ilerndon. clerking in the Rlue Grass grocery. Pretty little Miss Theo Hemphill will ciation at Cincinnati Friday. lie is publishing the Nicholasville DemoMisses Nellie Marrs and Maggie entertain a number of her voun friends Wednesday evening, it being crat and has one of the best papers in Tomlinson visited Danville Tuesday. the State. He asKcd about many Lanher twelfth birthiaj'. Miss Jennie Perkins, of Marksbury, caster people and remembers with Misses Anne Royston and Margaret pleasure his stay here. spent a few daj-- this week in this Murphy leave Friday for Lake Chan, city. Miss Mary Burnside entertained tauqua, N. Y . where they wi.l spend Master E hvin and little Miss Mattie a month or six weeks. Friday evening at a pink and white B. Norris have returned home from tea. Elegant refreshments were servElder George Gowen le.'t this week ed. All cnjoj'ed the evening very J ell i eo. for an extended trip through the East Little Miss Nell Warren, of Stan- He will preach Sunday at a prominent much. The following were" guests: Misses Alberta Anderson. Julia Mae ford, is yisiting her aunt, Miss Jennie church in Washington. Gaines, Florence Harris, Mabel RoysDuncan. ton, Maggie Tomlinson, Pearl Miss Knapp West Master Willie Pumphrey is visiting Washington D. C. left Wednesday for of Ellzibethtown, Stephens, to visit her brother, his sister, Mrs. Ilallic Xankcrsley, of Robt West and to attend the National of Louisville, Messrs. Sauflay Hughes, Madison. Kobert E. Henry, Fisher Herring, EdEiucation, Conventional. win Gaiees, Fred Frisbic and Claude Mrs Mary Engleman, of Lexington, Mesdames Martha O'Neal and L. F. Royston, of Chicago. is expected this week to visit Mrs. Bubble leave today for several week's Eliza Farris. visit to relatives and friends in Verc-nLetter from "Will Dunlap. Mrs. Sam Lickey and children, of Ky., their old home. Mrs. B. F. Walter has received a letTaint Lick, spent Monday with Mrs. Messrs and Mesdames Joe L. Jarvis, D. M. Lackey. ter from her son, Will Danlap, who is of Hedgeville, Gadberry. of Danville, in the Cth Cavalry at Santiago. The G. May, of Rollins, visited the Miss Jennie Perkins, of Lower Gar- Robt, letter is dated "At sea, near Santiago, rard has been the guest of the family family of W. B. Jarvis this week. June 21." He was on the steamship of J. IC West We are glad to see Rice Benge able Rio Grande. He says they were a week Mr. Cicero Trice, aflcr fcvtral days to get about, after his long suffering in making the voyage and laid on the visit to relatives here, returned Mon- with a broken leg, mention of which t ansports a week before leaving Tamwas made at the time in this paper. pa The fleet was composed of thirty-twday to Winchester. transports and fi 'teen war vessels. Dr. Myers, of Crap Orchard, was Misses Maude A. Best and Bettie L. "We came up in front of Santiago yesArnold arc visiting their aunt, Mrs. G charge of Dr. Beazley's ollice while the latter, with wife and Master Eu- terday and stopped about ten miles M. Norris this week. gene, are enjoying a week's stay in out from entrance to the harbor where Sampson and Schley's lleets have the Miss Theo. Hemphill, of Lancaster, Crab Orchard. Spanish fleet bottled up. The entrance is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaines. Miss Nellie Parks left Wednesday to to the harbor is very narrow, where yisit relatives and friends in Burgin the 'Merrimac" blocks the entrance. and Lawrencaburg, but will return in Just outside is sixteen battleships, time to open school, at the Walker cruisers, torpe lo boats, etc. The ones School house, the first Monday in Aug- that came with us make 32 war vesust sels here in all. On the brow of the Messrs J. II. and J. R, Russell are mountains to the right of the entrance visiting their mother, Mrs. Jarvif, frowns Morro Castle, which I saw the near town. The former accompained ships bombard yesterd ty. We laid by Misses'Rosa Ellis and Carrie Pipes, where we were, all yesterda3'-- while and the latter by his wife and three dispatch boats Hew around through the fleet to Sampson's flag ship. Frichildren. day they demanded a surrender of the Misses Bjssie Burnside.Lettie Brown, Spanish fleet which was refused. OrSC00L, Bessie AVebb, of Lsxington, and Pearl ders then came to us to get further eg J Burdside, of Stanford, are spending out to sc- -, which wc immediately did. EXHILARATING, the week with Miss Allie Anderson. Then the fun began. I had a plain RESTFUL 'Ihis bevy of beauties call themselves view of the whole affair from the mast " the "Moving house-parthead. Two vesssls on the right openMUSIC, The following party left Wednesday ed up with broadsides, then the whole AMUSEMENTS, for 'Washington, Lake Chautauqua and line of ships opened fire on the fortifiGOOD LIVING. cities: Mrs. Geo. Robin- cations, which were blown to atoms son, Misses Margaret Haclclev, Anna in half an hout'o time. We do not ?For terms address Royston, Alice and Lizzie Hudson, know what day we will make a landing." Margaret Murphy and Lena Rigncy. l&Grus Hofinann, Prop'r. Tom Aldridge is also with the troops, Mra John Anderson, of Lancaster, but it is not known what troop he is and her grandaughter, Miss Marie in. Dunlap is troop "C," 6th Cavalry. PEESSI1TG--. - Danville, Ky. a new Shirt- CLSjiyiyc- SALE. in WONDERFUL l all linery GREATER THAN EVER, in MRS. MOODY HARDEN. in win p CENTRAL RECORD. I rt PERSONAL. Pa-p- s a, o The 1'ri-sAssociation. Kentucky ress Association met at Cincinnati Frid.y morning. About one hun Ired and twenty-fiv- e papers were represented. The object of this association is to exchange ideas, discuss the many ups and downs of Kentucky newspaper work and, at the conclusion of the business part of the p:ojrain, take a few d:yi res- - The farmer has his rainy da3-in which to rest, the banker works from D A. 31. to S:30 v. sr., the merchant has his clerks to hand out goods and receive the money, the lawyer has his oiliee hours, but a countrj- - publisher's troubles never cease for even a breathing spelL Soma people say it's easy to run a paper, but they simply don't know what they are talking about. The meeting at Cincinnati was held at the Palace Hotel. This excellent hostelry is situated on Sixth and Vine street-- one bl ;c'c from Fountain Square. It is managed by Mr. Walter H. Maxwell. The rater are ? per day and the fare is as good and as the most fastidious could desire. Robt E. Lee, head clerk, sees to it that the wants of guests are well looked after. Manager Maxwell treated the press boys in royal style, and each resolved to m ike the Palace his headquarters in future visits to the Queen City. On Friday afternoon the Citizen's Committee of the (i. A. R. encampment came to the Palace with five large, elegant palace trolley excursion cars and took the boys and the ladies to all points of interest The Zjological (iardens were visited and several hours spent in looking at the many interesting sights. Here an lunch was spread, the G. A. R. committee extended their welcome to the pencil pushers and Hon. J. Stoddard Johnston replied on behalf of the association. After several more hours spent in riding over the hill tops and city, the gang returned to the Palace for supper and at night visited the Lagoon, on the invitation of Senator Goble. At 4 o'clock Saturday morning the editors left over the C. II. & D. railroad for Detroit, where they took a steamer for Macinac Island. They will return to Cincinnati Saturday night The trip over as elegant a road as the C. II. & D. was one which made us yearn to go, but matters at home, (principally delinquent subscribers) prevented. The Association is an organization which s more for busi ness than pleasure. They discuss many matters of importance both to themselves and the readirfg public. Nothing is ever said of "delinquent subscriber," as it is understood that anything short cf fire and brirastcne will not move them. Nearly every Kentucky newspaper man was present, from the old war horse. Col. down to the trade and fraternity journal's men. A better lot of people wc never before had the pleasure to meet with. They were out for business' and fun, and that they had plenty of both, goes without saying. The Cincinnati people entertained in a royal manner and seemed determined to make the visit pleasant to the crowd of news gatherers, who are always doing favors and seldom, if ever, getting any thanks for it The election of officers and other business matters were to be attended to at Macinae 'I he well-earne- d s , :5 ele-gaCrad-doc- the L. N,. was here today and informed 'I he Riccokd that it was mistaken in saying no stock had been shipped over his line to Cincinnati. Upon investing we find that since the change in running of trains was made, the L. & N., has handled from this place twen-fiv- e loads of stock. Mr. Green also informs us that the rates from this point are exactly the same as shippers get from Danville. He says furthermore that the L. & N. will meet any rate given and will guarantee as gocd service and rates as shippers can get at other points. It is not reasonable to think that as great a road as the L. & N., will be underbidden. Their stock service from this branch to Cincinnati is now better than it ever was before. Stock leaves here late in the evening and is carried all the way through during the night while it is cool, landing them in the city in ample time for the sales. The L. & N. can always be counted upon to do the proper thing and shippers will do well to look into all the facts before jumping at conclusions. &. A Mistake. Col. Wm. Green, representing I have just received lot of Lais Bis, Mta, Pan waist Sets it Pins. LADIES SLIPPERS at REDUCED PRICE. CALL AND INSPECT MY LM1. wniKS George A. Portwoo.1 was sentenced Fridaj-- , to be hung at Lexington on "TERMS CASH. PREACHERSVILLE. We had a very line rain here Mon piEMSiniiis bis. J. W. SWSINEY. September 0, for the killing of "Dick' Pu k'ns. An appeal before the court of appeals will be prosecuted. All the E iglish and four German pare-, morning and evening, of Chicago suspended publication Friday owning to the unwillingness to pay stereot-per- s four dollars a day. They expect to resume by Tuesday. Steamer New England arrived at Seattle from St Michaels with twenty miners from Dawson City. They brought S17.,00O in gold dust and drafts, making an aggregate of half a million dollars. day. The Cheif Burgess of Milesburg, Pa., says De Witt's Little Early Risers are the best pills he ever used in his family during forty years of house keeping. They cure constipation, sick headache and stomach and liver troubles. Small in size but great in results. Stormes Drug Store. ' lm Crab Orchard Jtill If Lime and Salt in Wheat. Mr. II. A. B. Marksbury succeeds Sorinirsji i y. otlur-easter- or large quantities for any purpose, we are sure that all experienced millers will be glad to see him ship same to some foreign market, for we are sure we have no uselor it here. Lime is the very meanest of dirt and should never be used in wheat. Millers protest against lime in wheat and urge farmers not to use it We think his salt theory is ver good and if for no other purpose it adds materially to the straw as feed. Eipecially do we believe ho is exactly right as to the Sack question and if he succeeds in arousing your guility conscience when you come across sacks of other portics please send t'lera in also. Respcctfutly, L G BucKEit, in making farmers believe that lime in wheat should be used in either small Rev. Mahoney will preach here next Sunday. A. J. Thompson sold a nice calf this week for James Iloges sold a horse to J. H. Rigsby for 32.50. John Cress bought 10 nice yearling steers the other day. G. A. Siier has gone to the moun tains looking for stock. LANCASTER TELEPHONE EXPeople are about through laying by CHANGE. the'.rcjrn in this vicinity. Will Elmore traded a mule to B. Y. business Houses In town that have TelHob bs for a nice Alderney cow. ephone ancl'thuir Nunilvji-s- . Bryant ISallard sold a nice 01 M. A. Archer, butcher. mare to Ross Hiatt for SCO. 5 J A Barton, grocer;--, Patterson James II. Thompson has returned coal office. from Roekcastle with 52 nice sheep. OJ J A Beazley, Furniture &c. Dave Anderson's little baby that has 45 R'ce Benge, Livery Stable, J W been very sick for some time is about rumphrey, Saddlery. well. 95 Blue Grass Grocery. 4'5 J. F. Taync and sister, Miss Kate, Central Reeerd. have been visiting at Mt Vernon. 2 ) T Currey. Groeery. Messrs Dave Frank and Logue Thomp18 Citizens National Bank. son, took in the picnic at Rrodhead, 77 Electric Light Station. Rev. F. B. Joues and wife, Monday. 5) T. S. E kin, Butcher. who have beon visiting at Cartersville 47 G. SftGaines, Grocery. and Kirksville, have returned home. 49 J. R. Ilaselden, Hardware. 53 J. C. Hemp'iill, Broker, Tailor & c. Miss Ollie Newland has been visiting Miss Addie Cummins. 31 J. Joseph, Dry Goods. Planing Mill & Coal office. Sick headache, biliousness, constina Marksbari', Grain Dealer. tion and all liver and stomach troub 75 Lancaster Hotel. 4(i lesican be quickly cured by using those W II Lackey, Livery Stable. 92 Logan & Robinson, Boots and Shoes famous little pills known as DeWitt's 91 Logan Dry Goods Company. Little Early. Risers. They-ar-e pleas 07 Mason Hotel. ant to take and never gripe. Stormes 55 R E MeRoberts, Druggist Drug Store. lm 70 J W Miller, Old Pilgrimage Distillery. 13 Northcott & C., Commission Merchants. 31 National Bank of Lancaster. S2 C D Powell, General S:ore. 25 W J Romans Carriage Co. 12 R A Stone, Grocery. 39 J E Stormes, Drujgist 17 Jesse Sweeney, Dry Goods. 10 J C Tnompson, Jewelry. 09 Ward & M.ller, Flouring and Plac ing Mills. Cut this out and paste in j'our direc tory foi ready reference. Every business house in town should have telephonic connections. Consult Get One of these Roasters Free! Jesse Walden or Herbert Kinnaird if you want your house wired for a 'phone. Call at my store and we will ex 2t PlIETilSp hm, km d ROAD 'WAGONS. We have on our floor two ca r loads of the finest and most complete line of PHAETONS, SOADWACOITS ever shown in Lancaster. Our prices are lower than can be found anywhere. Our guarantee is better. We can save you from 5 to 25.00 on any vehicle you buy. We jlso have a complete line of Harness we are'offering" exceedingly low. .Come and see us. ITo trouble to show goods. Carriage . J. ROMANS LANCASTER, KNIGHTS KY. Co., OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall. All visiting Knights are fraternally inviG. B. Swixebroad, C. C. ted. J. E. Romxsox, K. R. & S. ALL WOMEN Should know that tho "Old Time" KcineUy, QUEEN & CRESCEFT. Low. Kates. wood, (Lake Chautauqua). N. Y., plain. I am still in the lead with July American Library Association; Lake Paint Lick. Ky., GOODS. 18118. American Instructors of the Deaf, Columbus, O., July 0 1898. East Tennessee Horticultural Society, Knoxville, Tenn., 1898 Agents in TennesGoods are all fresh. I can please see only will sell. Meeting of the G. U. O. O. F, Shelby ville, Ky..July all. 1898. Agents in Kentuc.-- only will selL Tobacco Growers Convention, Louisville, Ky., July 1S98. LANGDON'S BREAD DAILY. Agents in Kentucky only will sell Annual Grand Session Knights and PLF1A.SE GIVE A Daughters of Tar.or, (c lored) of Kenrorrpcta nil Is tho best tucky, Hopkinsville, Ivy., July TRIAL. les In remalo Organs. Should be 1898. Agents in Kentucky only will ilrreRUlnrttChaas ol Life and before sell. Slate Grand Lolge U. B. F. and Tims" KemsHd nave stood the S. M. T., Cynthiana, Ky. , August I test for twenty years. 1898. Agents i n Kentucky only Made only by NowSppncerlfodldneCo., ChatI W.ll sell.l Tenth Triennial TJatinnni. tanooga, Tennessee. Council of Congregational Churches, J roruana, ure , July 18U3. For sale by K. EMcRobert5,Lancaster BEST LOWEST PRICES. ' y US I M. BALLOU. Hearty Congregational Singing la Helpful to Worshipers The Day of the Suleiuii, Long-FacChurch Member is 1'unt Sermon by Itcv. T. Dc But it can not be cured by sprays, washes and inhaling mixtures which Will Tulmage, D.D. reach only the surface. '.Che disease is Catarrh is Not Incurable THE SUNDAY SERVICES. in the blood, and can only be reached through the blood. S. S. S. is the only remedy which can have any effect upon Catarrh; it cures the difcase permanently and forever rids tlie system of every trace of the vile complaint. Hiss Josie Owen, of Montpelicr, Ohio, writes: "I was afflicted from infancy with Catarrh, and nn be the practical re-e- n foreement that Dr. Talmage says it is in this sermon, ''S-n- If the people understood religion to one can know the suffering it produces tetter than I. The sprays and washes anu thouSh I used them constantly for ten years, the disease had a firmer hold than ever. I tried a number ot Mood remedies, hut their mineral ingredients settled in my hones and gave me rheumatism. I was in a lamentable condition, and after exhausting all treatment, was declared incurable. Seeing S. S. S. advertised as a euro for blood diseases, I decided to try it. As soon as my system was under the effect of the medicine, I began to improve, and after taking it for t7ro months I was cured completely, the dreadful disease was eradicated from my system, and I have had no return of it." Many have been taking local treatment for years, and find themselves worse now than ever. A trial of A T-- ''ft';?! temporarily, VTltyV prescribed by the doc-?tors relieved me only I.S.eBlood will prove it to be the right remedy for Catarrh. It will cure the most obstinate case. Books mailed free to any address by Swift Specific Co , IJinitu, Ga. FARM AND STOCK NOTES. I 5,000 bushels corn wanted. I will give one dollar and seventy-liv- e cents per barrel for 1,000 barrels of corn delivered at the Pil- grimage Distillery. Jno. W. Miller, Mgr. Miss Alice Rout sold two nice heifers to J. T. Dunn for o 1 will grzy.a 40 or r0 cattle cheap. have plenty of good water. Tom Adams Uryantsville Ky. :Jt. 'J hire was very little difference between the price of top cattle a 3'car ayo and This shows that good tattle alwaj s bring a good prise. There is still a good demand for roadsters. In order to breed litis kind, bpeod and endurance should be taken into account. Have no fears t mt you will flood the market with ih'.s clas. The editor of the Evans City, l'a. U'.obe, writes. "One 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 Uhe Danville Advocate says: Anderson & irpilman wire offering sixtj'-llv- e cents lor wheat Monday, with few lakers. 3 he Cincinnati Price Current expects to see an advance in wheat. It believes the yield has been over estimated. "Will Bright sold hogs at were killed by one stroke of lightning in Montgomery, loh (looeh bought of various parties a bunch of yearling heifers at 3 Interior Journal. "I think DWitts Witch Ha.al Salve 3s the finest pieparation on the market for piles." So writes John C. Dunn, of Wheeling, W. Va. Try it and 3'ou will think the same. It also cures eczema and all skin diseases. Stormes Drug Store. im Mkucek Itkms E. W. Lyen has sold 703 bushels of this j'car's crop o wheat at 02 cents. Saunders & Co. baught 111 yearling cattle at Lawrence-bur- g at a head. We are told that there will be only a half wheat crop in the Dixville neighborhood. Man farmers are buying lumber and will build grantr'.es to store their wheat, for a bitter price. Mr. V. D. has sold for Woolburn Farm to Messrs. Grossman and Bock, Berlin, Germany, a promising trotting stallion by Expedition, dam. Heliotrope, by l'rinceps Democrat Iti:.ms V. Lincoln M. 1o M 1. Woods live 3 Me. Six fine cattle 11 the number of Christian disciples would be greatly multiplied. Text, thee help from I'salm xx., 'J: Mie sanctuary." you should ask SO men what the If church is, they would give you 5'J different answers. One man would say: "It's a convention of hypocrites." Another. It is an assembly of people who feel themselves a great deal better than others." Another, "lt is a place for gossip, where wolverine dispositions devour each othAnother, er." ''It is a place for the cultivation of superstition and cant." Another, '"It is an arsenal where theologians go and get pikes and muskets and shot." Another, "It is an art gallerj', where men go to admire grand arches and exquisite frese co and musical warble and the in gloomy imagery." Another man would say, "It is the best place on earth except my own home." "If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let my right hand forget her cunning." Now; whatever the church is, my text tells you what it ought to be a great, practical, homely, omnipotent help. "Send thee help from the sanctuary." The pew ought to yield rjst-- f illness for the body. The color of the upholstery ought to j'icld pleasure to the eye. The entire service ought to yield strength for the moil and struggle of life. The Sabbath ought to every-dabe harnessed to all the six days of the week, drawing them in the right direction. The church ought to be a magnet, visibly and mightily affecting all the homes of the worshipers. Every man gets roughly jostled, gets abused, gets cut, gets insulted, Sets slighted, gets exasperated. By the time the Sabbath comes lie has an accumulation of six days of annoyance, and that is a starveling church service which has not strength enough to take that accumulated annoyance and hurl it into perdition. Tlie business man sits down in church headachy from the week's engagements. Perhaps he wishes he had tarried at home on the lounge with the newspapers and the slippers. That man wants to be cooled off and graciously diverted. The first wave of the religious service ought to dasli clear over the hurricane decks and leave him dripping with holy and glad and heawnly emotion. "Send thee help from the sanctuary." In the first place, sanctuary help ought to come from the music. A woman dying in England persisted in singing to the last moment. The attendants tried to persuade her to stop, saying it would exhaust her and make her disease worse. She answered, "I must sing; I am only practicing for the heavenly choir." Music on eartli If is a rehearsal for music in Heaven. you and I are going to take part in that great orchestra it is high time that we were stringing and thrumming our harps. They tell us that Thalberg and Gottschalk never would go into a concert until they had first in private rehearsed, although they were such And can masters of the instrument. it be that we expect to take part in the great oratorio of Heaven if we do not rehearse here? But I am not speaking of the next world. Sabbath song ought to set all the week to music. We want not more harmony, not more artistic expression, hut more volume in our church music. The English dbsenting churches far surpass our American churches in this respect. An English audience of 1,000 people will give more volume of sacred song than an American audience of 2,000 people. I do not know what reason is. ought to have heard them Oh, sing in Surrej- - chapel. I had the opportunity of preaching the anniversary I think the ninetieth anniver-sa- y sermon in Kowland Hill's old chapel, aud when they lifted their voices in solemn song it was simply overwhelming, and then in the evening of the same day, in Agricultural hall, many thousand voices lifted in doxology. It was like the voice of many waters, and like the voice of manj thunderings, and like the voice Dant-esqtiy of Heaven. The blessing through all the laboring throng, Ami Heaven was won by violence of song. Spots-woo- d ALL WOMEN JlJlNE-TEtlT- Off all the pain andsickr.essfrom which women suffer Is caused! by weakness or! derangement in the organs of 3 M I mm Nearly always) when a woman is not well these organs are affected. But when they are strong and healthy a woman Is very seldom sick. menstruation. Is nature's provision for the regulation of the menstrual function. It cures all " female troubles." It Is equally effective for the girl In her teens, the young wife with domestic and maternal cares, and the woman approaching the period known as the " Change of Life." They all need it. They are all benefitted by It. For advice in cases requiring special directions, address, riving1 symptoms, the "Ladles' Advisory Department," The Chattanooga Medicine Co., ChatU-nooc- a. Term. J. COOPER, Tupelo, MlM., Mytt from very Irregular and painful menstruation and doctor could not relieve her. Wine of Card id cntlrel, cured her and also helped aw Bother IhroHfb the Chan e! Utt." THOS. " My sitter suffer)! no worshiper of noise, believe that if our American churches would with full heartiness of soul, and full emphasis of voice sing the songs of Zion, this part of sacred worship would have tenfold more power than it has now. Why not take this part of the sacred service and lift it to Where it ought to be. All the annoyances of life might be drowned out by that sacred song. Do tell me that it is not fashionable to sing very loudly? Then, I say, away with the fashion. We dam back the great Mississippi of congregational singing and let a few drops of melody trickle through the dam. I say, take away the dam and let the billows roar on their way to the oceanic heart of God. Whether it is fashionable to sing loudly or not, let us sing with all possible emphasis. We hear a great deal of the art of singing, of music as an entertainment, of music as a recreation. It is high time wc heard something of jnusic as a help, a practical help. In order to do this we must have only a few hymns. New tunes and new hymns every Sunday make poor congregaFifty hymns are tional singing. enough for fifty years. The Episcopal church prays the same prayers every Sabbath, and year after year, and century after century. For that reason they havs hearty responses. Let us take a hint from that fact and let us sing the same songs Sabbath after Sabbath. Only in that way can we come to the full force of this exercise. Twenty thousand years will not wear out the hymns of William Cowper, Charles Wesley and Isaac Watts. Suppose now each person in an audience has brought all the annoyances of the last SC5 da3'S. Fill the room to the ceiling with sacred song, and you would drown out all those annoyances of the last 305 days, and you would drown them out forever. Organ and cornet are only to marshal the voice. Let the voice fall into line, and in companies, Now, I am 1 but and in battalions, by storm take the obduracy aud siu of the world. If you can not sing for yourself, sing for others. By trying to give others good cheer you will bring good cheer to your own heart. When Londonderry, Ireland, was besieged many years ago, the people inside the city were famishing, and a vessel came up with provisions, but the vessel ran on the river bank and stuck went down with fast. laughter and dirision to board the ves sel, when the vessel gave a broadside fire against tlu enemy, and by the shock was turned back into the stream and all was well. Oh, ye who are high and dry on the rocks of melancholy, song fire of give a broadside against your spiritual enemies, and by boh" rebound you will come out .nto the calm waters. If we want to make ourselves happy we must make others happy. Mythology tells us of Amphion, who played his yro until the mountains were moved and the walls of Thel.us arose; but religion had a mightier story to tell of how Cnris-tiasong may build whole templ.-- of eternal joy anil lift the round earth into iyin a thy with the skies. I tarried many nights in London, and I used to hear the bells the small bells of the city, strike the hour of night one. two. three, four, and among them the prvat St. Paul's cathe-irwou.d toiai! in to mark the hours, making all the other sounds seem utterly insignificant as with niighty tongue it annou iced the hour of the night, every stroke an overmastering boom. My friends, it was int udjd that all the lesser sounds of the world should be drown.d out in the mighty tongue of congregational song beating against the :ate- of Heaven. Do you know how they mark tlu hours in lliavcn? Th y have no clocks, as they have no candles, but a great pen hi him swi.iging acrost of from eternity to eternity. Again 1 remark that sanctuary help ouplit to ccine fr.m the sermon. Of a thousand people in any audience how inan3' want sympathetic help? Doj'ou Do you guess live guess a Yon have gue.-sewrong. hundred? I will tell ycu Just the proportion. of a thousand people in any Out audience there are just 1,000 who need sympathetic help. These young people want it just as much as the old. The old people sometimes seem to think they have a monopoly of the rheumatisms, and the neuralgias, and the headaches, and the physical disorders of the world; but 1 tell you there are no worse heartaches than are felt by some of the young people. Do you know that much of the work is done by the young? Raphael died Richelieu at 01, Gustavus at Adolphus died at OS, Innocent III. came to his mightiest influence at 37, Cortez conquered Mexico at 30, Don John won Lepanto at 25, Grottus was attorney general at 24, and I have noticed amid all classes of men that some of the severest battles and the toughest work c mcs before 30. Therefore we must have our sermons and our exhortations in prayer meeting all sympathetic with the 3'oung. And so with these people further on in life. What do these doctors and lawyers and merchants and mechanics care about the abstractions What they want is help of religion? to bear the whimsicalities of patients, the browbeating oE legal opponents, the unfairness of customers who have g plenty of for every imperfection of handiwork, but no praise for 20 excellencies. What does the man care for Zwingle's "Doctrine of Original You Sin," Augustine's "Retraction?" might as well go to a man who has the pleurisr and put on his side a plaster made out of Dr. Parr's "Treatise on Medical Jurisprudence." While all of a sermon may not be helpful alike to all, if it be a Christian sermon preached by a Christian inan, there will be help for every one somewhere. We go into an apothecary's store, we see others being waited on; wc do not complain because we do not immediately get the medicine; we know our turn will come after awhile. And so while all parts of a sermon may not be appropriate to our case, if we wait prayerfully, before the sermon is through, we shall have the divine prescription. I say to young men who are going to preach the gospel: Wc want in our sermons not more metaphysics, nor more imagination, nor more logic, nor more profundity. What wc want in our sermons and Christian exhortations is more sympathy. When Father Taylor preached in the Sailors' Ifethcl of Boston the jack tars felt that they had help for their duties among the ratlines and forecastles. When Richard Weaver preached to the operatives in Oldham. Eng., all the workmen felt they had more grace for the spindles. When Dr. Soutli preached to kings and princes and princesses, all the niighty men and women who heard him felt preparation for their high station. People will not go to church merely as a matter of duty. There will not next Sabbath be a hundred people in this city who will get up in the morning and sa': "The Bible says I must go to church; it is my duty to go to church, therefore I will go to church." The vast multitude of people who go to church, go to church because they like it, and the multitude of people who stay away from church, stay away because the3-dnot like it. I am notspeaking about the way the world ought to be, I am speaking about the wa3 the world is. Taking things as they are, we must make the centripetal force of the church mightier than the centrifugal. We must make our churches magnets to draw the people thereunto, so that a man will feel uneasy if he does not go to church, saying: "I wish I had gone this morning. I wonder if I can't dress and get there in time. It is 11 o'clock; now they are singing. It is 11:30; now they are preaching. I wonder when the folks will be home to tell us what was said, what has been going on?" When the impression is confirmed that our churches, by architecture, by music, b3' sociality, and shall be made the most attractive places on earth, then we will want twice as many churches as we have now," twice as large, anjd then they will not half accommodate the Hie-'enemy u halk-lujahun-lreiid fault-findinbrain-rackehand-blistere- d tion a group of men who utterly amaze you with the fact that such can get any pulpits to preach iu! Thooe arc the mn who give forlorn stttistics about church decadence. Frogs never croak in running water, always in stagrant. But I say to all Christian workers, to all Sunday school teachers, to all evangelists, to all ministers of the gospel, if we want our Sunduv- - schools, and our praj'er meetings, and our churches to gather the people, we must freshen up. The simple fact is, the people are tired of the humdrum of religionists. Religious humdred is the worst of all humdrum. You sny over and over again. "Come to .L'siis," until the phrase mean.; absolutely nothing. Why do you not tell them a stor3 which will ? make them com.' to Jesui in five You sa3 that all Sunday school teachers, and all evangelists, and all ministers must bring their illustrations Christ did not when from the Bible. lie proache!. The most of the Bible was written before Christ's time, but where did lie get his illustrations. Ho drew .them from the lilies, from the ravens, from salt, from a camel, from a needle, from yeast in the dough of bread, from a mustard seed, from a fishing net, from debtors anl is the reason multicreditor?. That tudes followed Christ. His illustrations were so easy and so understandable. Therefore, my brother Christian worker, if you and I find two illustrations for a religious subject, anl one is a Bible illustration and the oth er if outside the Bible, I will take the latter, becausi I want to be like my Looking across to a hill, Master. Christ saw the city of Jerusalem. Talking to the peoplj about the co n- spicuity of Christian example, he said: "ihe world is looking at you; be careful. A city that is set on a hill can not be hid." While he was spjaking of the divine care of God's children a bird Hew past. Be said: "Behold the ravens." Then looking down into tli3 valle3 all covered at that season with llowers, he said: "Consider the lilies." Oh, rav brother Christian workers, what is the use of our going awav oft in some obscure part of history, or on the other side of the earth to get an illustration, when the earth and the heavens are full of illustrations. Vh3- - should we go awai off to get an illustration of the vacarious suffering of Jesus Christ, when as near us as Bloomfield, N. J., two little children were walking on the railroad track; and a train was coming; but they were on a bridge of trestle work, and the. little girl took her brother and let him down through the trestle work as genthy as she could toward the water. very carefull3 and lovingly and cautious1-, so that he might not be hurt in the fall, and might ba picked up by those who were standing near by. hue doing that the train struck her, enough of her bod3 was and left to gather into a funeral casket. What .vas that? Vicarious suffering. Like Christ. Pang for others. Woa for oMiers. Suffering for others. Djath for ethers. Wnat is the use of our going away off o find an illustration in past age. wh-during the great forest fires in Michigan a mail carrier on horseback riding on, pursued by those ilames which had swept over a hundred irih.'s, saw an old man b3 the roadside, dismounted, helped the old man on the horse, "Now whip up and get awa3.' The old man got away, but the mail carrier perished. Just like Christ dismounting from the glories of Heaven to put us on the way of deliverance, then falling back into the flames of sacrifice for others. Pang for others. Wee for others. Death for others. Vicarious suffering. Again I remark that sanctuar3' help ought to come through the pra3ers of all the people. The door of the eternal storehouse is hung on one hinge, a gold hinge, the hinge of pra3er, and when the whole audience la3 hold ot that door it must come open. Tlierj are man3 people spending theii first Sabbath after some great be reavement. What will pra3er do for them? How will it help "thq tomb in that man's heart? Here ara people who have not been in church before for ten 3'ears; what will pra3'er do for them b3 rolling over their soul holy memories? Here are people in crises of awful temptation. They are on the verge of despair, or wild blundering, or theft, or suicide. pra-e- r What will do for them in the way of giving them strength Will to resist? chiefly 3'ou be anxious'about the fit of the glove that put to 3'our forehead while 3'ou prayed? Will, be chiefly critical of the rhetoric of the pastor's petition? No. No. A thousand people will feel "that pra3'er is for me," and at every 9tep of the pra3er chains ought to drop off, and temples of sin ought to crash into dust, and jubilee of deliverance ought to brandish their trumpets. inin-uteha.-dsaj-in- The Rockcastle Stone Co., of Lang-forhave closed contracts in New York for several stone buildiryrs for which the3' will receive more than SI 00, 000. Sifa Mutual OF LEXINGTON, KY. Rut Cost. $ 49-- Co., "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my famiy for and always with good results," sa3-- Mr. W. B. Cooper of El Rio, Cul. "For small children we find it especially effective." For sale by R. E. Mc Roberts, lm. At a Friday of the State Board of Prison' Commissioners Eph. Lillard, of Jessamine county, was elected Warden of the Frank ort Penitentiary, and Henry Smith, of Biwling Green, Warden of the Eddyville Penitentiary. Jervis Stone, ol Spenc.-- r county, was elected Clerk of the Frank ort Penitentiary. Adjt Gen. Collier, in command of the Lexington Company of the Kentucky State Guard, accompanied the negro ravisher, to Ky. Blanks criminally assaulted Laura Bailey, a of Mayfield, and escaped into Illinois. He was captured and b rought to Louisville for safe keeping. Gov. Bradley fears a and has ordered out the troops to preserve peace and quiet. A horrible crime was committed at Cornishville, ten miles from Harrods-burSunday night. Rev. Bottom is holding a tent meeting which is attended nightly b3 hundreds of people. At the services, Sunday night, Richard Devatau, a 3'oung farmer, crazed with whisky, opened fire with a revolver at the worshipers in the tent and killed four people. The first one to be shot was John Hale, a high ly respectable farmer. He died in' stantly. The second shot killed a 3'ouug man named Adkinson, whose father lives in Harrodshurg. -- The desperado then turned his revolver on Miss Julia P. Coulter, killing her in stantly, and then shot a Miss Campbell, who was dying when the runner who brought the news of the tragedy to this place left Cornishville. Miss Campbell is a daughter of Rev. Mr. Campbell, who ran for Representative against Hon. Morgan Chinn last November. After his blood3 work Djva-ta- u brandished his revolver and exclaimed; ''I have done enough to hi hanged for. Let the officers come. I am ready for them." s s, May-Gelwell-know- n OVER $104,000.00 PAID IN MATURITIES. 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R. Marshall, Lexington, Ky.. . G. M. Asher, Lexington, Ky H: II. Hale, Lexington, Ky G. M- - Asher, Lexington, Ky .D. B. Good, Lexington, Ky D. B. Good, Lexington, Ky D. B. Good, Lexington, Ky Moo 13S.00 138.00 I35 129.00 132.00 123.00 132.00 13S.00 132.00 129.00 138.00 132.00 132.00 132.00 132.00 138.00 23.00 13S.00 13S.00 138.00 38.oil 129.00 138.00 13K00 138.00 138.00 79-4- 48.50 4S.50 47-- 5 45-- 46.50 46.50 4650 4S.50 46.50 45.50 4S.50 46.50 46.50 46.50 46.50 4S.50 43-5- 4S.50 4S.50 4850 4S.50 45 50 48.50 48.50 48.50 48.50 34-5- 0 3743 3S16 3S79 Dr. John A. Larrabee, Louisville, Mary Lochuer, Louisville, Ky. . . . 34.50 Jacob Straub, Louisville, Ky .... 34.50 Miss B. C. Smith, Lexington, Ky. 33.50 Z. T. Broyles, Louisville, Ky .... 33.50 George D. Robertson, Lexington, 31.50 .S1.4S1.50 79-4- 7143 77.06 77.06 7 1. So $4,100.21 2,6 1 Constipation and Indigestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. I lUlBlvl 9 tia, Total r. .. Profit Over Cost. NOTICE! 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