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Entered at the Port Office in Lancatter, Ky., as Second Class natter. 1 15. 1898. it will i ; - XOitBER LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JULY, ... i TES?rLDrSS? - i ; ; Best binder twine always on hand i Ire Tou Thinking I Call IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. at Eltninston's Randy Kitchen. Home-madSand-bagge- at 1 Gainesf Buy ice from Northcott and be delivered daily! : tz. Acquitted and .11., '..!.....,, I I.'.. - ... i Tol Gill was acquitted by Judge The colore people will hold a three Buraside when arraigned last week days fair at Danville, beginning Au I would like to do your plain sew,1 i for stealing. He was immediately re 24 h. Jhese colored fairs over there i: ah i.:.i e ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. ev(ery day at Edminstion' Kandy Kitch4 arrested on a warrrant charging him are always successful. with stea ing hogs from Leslie Curti Ring 93, the Blue Grass Grocery for en. Colored Teachers Institute. "While Touchers Institute. nice, cheap groceries. Prompt deli- The Old Reliable always on Top in The Colored Icachers Institute for andjfuantity, at the Bottom in ery. quilitj' The hite Teachers Institute for TI l'KICKS. yT. ClJKKEV. Garrard county for the current year. Garrard county, for the current school year, will be held at the Court House G. S. Gaines will not allow any Ulue will be theld at .the Court House in Iii Shape A grain. in Lancaster, beginning Monday, Aug Gnss to grow under Jus feet Come Lancaster, beginning .Monda-- , August and see ais prices. The Lancaster band, after a Rip Sth and continue live davs. Institut ust 1st, and continue five days. In Van Winkle nap has pulled together structor Wm. D. Thomas. instructor, Prof. W. E. Lumley. "Will Preach Sunday. R, tf. Er.is.v J. Lusic, again and will sojn begin giving con- tf. Eusa J. Lush, Supt Eld. George Gowen writes Tiik Rkc- certs in the Park. oi'tD from New York that he will be A Fine Crew. . Honor for The Colored School. home in time to fill his pulpit Sundaj' Should the L. & N. decide to run Lieutenant John M. F.irra, of the The trustees of the Lancaster color- morning. Lancaster company, now at Ch'cka their passenger trains this way, we el school elected Prof. Charles F. An mauga, Teachers Examination. has been detailed as Ju lge hope Capt. Phil Price, Engineer Henderson as principal for the ensuing Col. W.G.Welch. W. I. Williams ry Lammers and Expressman Rice, ihe examination of white teachers term. Prof. Anderson is a competent Advocate of the Second Regiment. will be retained on a run through Stanford. for certificates will be held in Super teacher and a good man for the place This position is one of prominence, Lancaster. Thess men have been run and John will have many questions of intendent Lusk's office July 15 and 10. Fur to importance brought before him. Col. ning through here for several years, WELSH & WILLIAMS The examination of colored teachers A petition with Fly Again. and by their polite and accDmmoda- the requisite num Gaithcr is a man who appreciates apt will be held in same place on July 22 ber of signatures has been presented ness and hustle in a man, and we ting manners have made many 3rd. to the County Judge of Madison, call- would not be surprised at his landing warm friends all along the line. By Strayed or Stolen. ing for an election to be ordered in Farra in some still more prominent po strict att jut ion to business, they al Law, ways are in on time and never hae About May 13, from my places miles September on the Local Option ques-io- sition ere the war is over. an accident Our neoDle know their from Lancaster on New Danville pike, in Richmond. ood qualities and hope the L. &. N. Itev. C.M.KIed Married Ky. one red heifer, (with black strip "Wanted. Rev. Chas.M.Ried was married Wed people will let them stay with us. half alderny, about vear and a half 150,000 bushels of wheat delivered nesday to Miss Annie Kellcj', of Colo AH business attended to promptly old. Any information thankfully re A Great Context. at our warehouse. Highest cash price rado City, Colorado. The groom has ceived. Mrs Mary A. Sutton. The biggest, brightest .and best Lancaster, Ky. paid on delivery. Bast lump and block been preaching in that city for some 3t Pittsburg coal, 9c. Salt, Lime, Sand, time and has quite a good situation. oratorical cantest of the season is now He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. being arranged to be given in this city The l'ninoiws C. & O. Cement and farming implements. Rit'd, of this city. lie has been i j the about the middle of next month. The C. G Glass & Bno. Many Lancaster people took the C. Baptist ministry for a number of vear, affair will be for the benefit of the Camp Nelson, Ky. & 0. excuis'ons up Eist Everyone and is a preacher o: much ability. On Baptist church and is being managed who goes this elegant line says it is Good Tor the lloys. behalf of many Lancaster friends Tiik iy Miss Julia Reid. The contest is the test they have ever traveled over. Nearly every boy abiut to.vn has Ri:coi:d extends congratulations to the open to any young man of ability The C. & O. will run a number of eleand the prize will be a years tuition atany gant excursions this summer. Watch found employment of some kind and happ3 pair. 'tis seldom one is seen loafing aboi t college in Central Kentucky the winTim Kkcojid for announcements and Can Ge if They Wish. ner may choose. The exact date of take a trip which will be worth some the square. Now, if a few men, who Semi one told a number of Lancas the Conte&t lounge about the street and stare at thing to you. has not ter darkies that the Government did will be announced yet been fixed, but ladies, could be made to move on"' in next issue of not want any of their race in this war, Tun 'twould be a great blessing for our litBEAZLEY& BAULtHMAI. Ui:slcnviJIf Fair. Recoi:i. and immediately several got very pat The Stanford Journal says West tle town. riotic. J; or the benefit of these colored E id people tell us that preparations FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Did Good "Work. Hack Home. men we will say there are several are already being made for the Messrs J. F. Ilines and J. B. Pence, Jim Wiggle and Theodore Young, recruiting ofiicers now at work in - will be ARTERIAL and CAVITY EMfair, whichhell three the colored boys who have been cookwho have been working in this neighdays, commencing August 10. Big pre ing for the Lancaster soldieis at Kentucky and want all the able-bo- men they can get. Lieut borhood for Bird, Dew it Hall, Knox- will be offered and an attrac-iv- e BALMING a SPECIALTY. miums ville Nurserymen, completed their In- program and a good time general- Chickamauga, came home Saturday. Johnston,, of the V. S. Array, is at bors Monday and left for Paint Lick. The company having been recruited Richmond this week and, if those de ly is promised all who attend.The ensiring to fight, bleed and die will only The interest awakened on the subject hospitality of the West Enders is pro- to 103 met it was decided to detail Wiggle Carpets, &c. verbial and their latch string.?, as us- listed men to do the work. bae'e notify him, he will gladly come to of planting and caring for fruit trees a Lancaster, and Theodore each brought will do much good and cause more atexamine and swear the ual, hang on the outside. Make ar good wad of money and a men here and then pay their way to tention to be given this important rangements to go. jag. matter. Messrs Ilines and Pence are the front clever gentlemen and understand their business. 'J m: Recokd bespeak? for Andrew Jl, Pope. Andrew R. Pope died at his home in them a good business wherever they Boyle county Sunday evening, in the go. 01st year of his age. Mr. Pope was 3Iore Fuss over Toll Gates. widely connected in Garrard county. Judge Bnrnside tells The Record The Advocate says he was born and reared in Boyle county. In our late that the thirty days time, for which war he was a member of Captain R. D two guards were appointed at the Logan's company, of Col. J. W. Grigs-by'- s double gate on Richmond pike having regiment of cavalry, and was expired, a representative of the road, wounded in a fight at Milton, Tenn., together with a lawyer came in and The a Minnie ball entering his wrist and wanted the guards retained. coming out at the elbow. He was a ju lge said that in order to retain the guards, an alii lavit would have to be Royal Arch Mason and exceedingly fond of the order. The funeral servi filed stating that t'ie p operty was in ces were held at New Provi lence Tues danger of being destroyed, etc. The day afternoon at three o'clock, burial parties then left Burnside's office and went to Stanford to see Ju lge Saullej-- , in Bellevue cemetery. upon learning of which, Burnside also The Democratic Convention. went to see the circuit judge. The A very large crowd attended the latter said he would hear all partiis Democratic Convention Saturday af interested and set today for them to ternoon. It met at 2 o'clock, and come back b?forc him. county chairman, George T. Farris, presided. Nothing outside the usual Advises to Hold. convention routine was done until the Mr. T. J. Smith, Sr., in an interview instructions were readied. It was with a Richmond Register report r the will of the convention to give the recommended that all farmers be adLxote of Garrard to Mort Rothwell, but vised not to sell their wheat for 00 and the rub came when the question of a 05 cents, as the price is bound to adsecond choice was reached. Mr. Roth vance. He says there has been a short well wanted the delegation to go in crop in California and other parts tf structed for him. with no second the West and that, by September, the clause tacked on, but some of the Mc- - market will be at least 25 cents higher Creary men objected and some little on the bushel. He says that farmers discussion was had. Mr. Rothwell who haven't the necessary storage finally withdrew his name altogether room, instead of Eelling at the low and the delegation went instucted to price now oifered, should haul their vote for McCreary first, Jast and all grain to town, where they can get the time. G. Bright Swincbroad was storage for it at a bushel per secretary of the convention and CoL month. lie thinks that if this advice Jolyi W. Miller chairman of com is followed Madison county will be at mittee on resolutions. Luke Sherrow least $25,000 better off financially at and Louie Leavell, two former repub- the close of the year, as this amount licans, created much enthusiasm in will be kept at home instead of going the convention by "shaking the scales into the hands of speculators. C .... from, their eyes" and coming out democrats. A vote of thanks Good Purchases. was given Senator Farris for the able S. B. White, of Richmond, purchasmanner in which he represented his ed of J. S. Collins one pair heavy mules district in the last legislature. for 5275, to be used in his coal business, wh'ch he will open up in a few days. Also of John W. Baldwin, one The Royal is the highest grade baking powder d fcaown. Actual tests show it goes pair mules at $225; of T. J. Douglass further than, aay other braadj and Dock Herndon, pair gray mules at $25); of Revenna Harris, one pair at $225; of Pattia and Annio one pair at $230; of Hi Shearer, one mule at S130. Good judges say they are the best lot of mules ever got together by any one man in the State. 'V Following were the horses bought: r.jt . . Jr JI Of Bud Haden, one bay gelding; of B. B. Million, one saddle mare; of Dill ENHRMKl and Berryman, one road mare; of Joel iUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUil'VUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiU Gentry, one road horse; of Taylor Adams, one Wilkes bay mare; of Louis Lamb, a nice yellow horse; a nice trotter by Emperor Wilkes, out of a mare by Vatican, and a pacirg Absoluttly rare gelding "said to be a wondor, trotted one half mile in 1:14, on the Fair ground track, also of A. C. Vaughn, a YORK. CO., nice road gelding. Register. The best two horse wagon on the market at G. S. Gaiaes'.i-- ; N :w stock ofLrapery paper receiv J. C Thompson. ed this wcekjXl About having a Good Roof put upon your house? If you are, J. R. Haselden will be glad to give you figures. There is no wear out to a Good Tin Roof. are at wprk in Co. Dan- - lu-- c e can4iesat I v.lle. Elmins-toa's Kandy Kitchen. Go to J. A. Beazley & gains in furniture. for bar 25 to 50 per cent saved on the dollar Courier-Journand The Recokd one means a good deal to at the Blue year for only SI. 25. 3 Grocery. Take advantage of our Courier-Jou- r l'ourhon Steam Laundry. nal offer. I's great. Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your Nothing but tin purest ingredients orders at Sweeney's store. tf u V 3 1 ' 0 CD 5 Ho g We J. Haselden, t Fai-ra- 0 0 WAS 0 are larcliin and making T rl Z c & o o o 01 TO ' sir o o IN ORDER 8 8 ( rt Reduce our Stock s 33 S" S 8 8 8 Attorneys at n Lancaster Z ) 8 and lake Boom. ( Q 0 0 U roE. flaoas v J FallandWrnter o o 0) I h We have made Bie: Cuts in some lines. o o Visit our store and See how Cheap you Can Buy.; - Furniture, Lancaster, Ky. North Side Pub. Sq. Democratic Convention. The Sth District Democratic Conven tion met in Danyille on luesday, to nominate a candidate for- Congress. Dr. Ed. Welch, of Nicholasville, was lected temporary chairman, and Messrs. Ed Booth, of Anderson, and Tas. I Ilamilion, of Lancaster, tempo upon the recomrary secretaries. mendation of the committee on organ ization these gentlemen were unanimously elected as permanent ofiicers. I'he various committees consisted of one uetegate to eaca committee lrom each county. During the wait for the committees to report, the convention was e- - tirtameu by speeches lrom Hon. B. F. Peake, of Oldham, Captain Thorn, of Henry, Hon. W. B. Smith, of Richmond, and other gentlemen, who have "axes to grind." The committee on resolutions was the first to report, reaffirming allegiance to the Chicago platform. Sec. The committee on credentials then reported, seating all delegations, the com mittee on organization suggested the permanency of the temporary organi zation, and recommended that the Convention be governed by the laws of the last general assembly, in so far as they are applicable. They reserved their report as to the dropping of the hindmost man until such time as the Convention should demand it. Qhe secretary was then directed to call the roll of counties for candidates. Jesd samine was the first, and Mr. J. Mitchell oifered the name of Hon. B. A. Crutchcr. Pat Sul'ivan, of Madison, offered the name of James B. and Hon. P. Wat Hardin the name of Mr. John B. Thompson. List cime S'lelby, and Judge J. C. Beckham, of Spencer, offered t'ie name of '"Spencer's own gifted and illustrious son, the Hon. George Gllmore Gibson, Ballotting was Vgun of Shelby." and the first resulted as follows: 04; Gibson 51; Thompson CO; Cruncher 14; necessary to a choice 7S. No gentleman having received a majority of the ballots, no one was elected. The Convention then adjourned until S p. m. At the night session nothing was done further than the taking of three more ballots without result. The Convention then adjourned until eight a. m., Wednesday. Oa Wednesday morning the balloting was renewed, and all indications pointed to a dead-locRockcastle's vote returned to McCrcary. The vote stood then as on the first ballot, and continued so until the 4lst,whon a stir was noticeable among the Jessamine delegates. This delgat'oi had been voting solid for Crutchcr. The chairman arose and cast seven votes for McCreary, 7 for Gilbert, Mercer then cast her 17 Thompson vo'.e3 for Gil Wil-lar- Lancaster, Ky. bert. These would have nominated Gilbert, but Mr. C. C Fox, of Boyle, arose and changed the Boyle vote, which had been 0 for Gilbert, 0 for Thompson, and cast it solid for Gilbert. The vote then stood St for Gilbert, and lie wasdeclaied the nominee. Then above the wild howling of the enthused assemblage wa? heard the stentorian voice o: Garrard's states-mat- :, George T. Karris, casting Garrard's vote for Gilbert, and moving that the nomination be mule unanimous, which was done, and Saxton, as only Saxton can, broke into ''Dixie," and the crowd went wild. Amid speech making and the wil lest enthusiasm, the greatest Democratic Convention ever held in Central Kentucky adjourned. The Proctor Knott. The Proctor Knott cigar is having the run in Lancaster. It holds up cigar weaver better than any smoked. Try it. live-ec- Big Bargains in Shoes, We have begun our annual Cut Price Sale of Shoes and Oxfords. We have now on tables 125 to 150 pairs Meet Touixht. The City Council met Monday night and adjourned until tonight when, we understand, the question of the bank's ixiswill be diseu.'ssd. All persons owcing notes or ac counts to the firm of W. R. Robinson & Bro. can save cost and much annoyance by settling same at once. J. C. Robinson for W. Ii. Robinson Bra Taken Ladies and Childrens Shoes c upas Kstr.iy. and Slippers worth from $1.50 to $2.50. We are closing these goods out at 25c to $1.25. Get first choice. Five black and two red hogs, weight about 100 pounds. Come to my place June 1st. Owner cm have sane by proving property and paying charges. E. M. Carmack, July 15, lS'JS. 3t. Paint Lick, Ky., Murderer Caught. While at Laxington this week, County Attorney Owsley heard that Wm. Mc?oy was in Spencer county. McCoy killed old man Whitehead, in Flat Woods, this county, in and has since been at large. Jailer Ross went to Spencer today to bring McCoy back. His crime was a bloody one. Logan & Robinson. . i IheL. & X. An L. & N. Conductor tells The Recokd business has doubled on the Rowland branch since the changes were made. Another trainman said- - he heard a high official say there was a strong probability of the company running the day passenger trains, which now go to Livingston, down this way. If some inilucntial citizens would take hold of the matter itmigh be brougnt around. There's no use listening to the fogy ideas of a few stumbling blocks. Intakes hustle, with a capital II, to get improvements. POWDER BAK1NQ POWDER NEW ROYAL CENTRAL RECORD WALLACETON. promotions, Winfield Scott Schley ElC 'EYE. should not be overlooked, Mrs. Louis Harris opened school Lieut Hobson will be compelled to Born, the wife of C. C. MeWhorter, here Monday. Two Murderers awaiting the gal wait until Congress meets again to re- on the 11th inst, a girl. 'EVERY WEEK fcY lows in one Kentucky jail is a welcome ceive his promotion. Miss Mary Leavellis teaching school Congressman The infant son of "Bud" Bowlin and I.OUIS I,AXDRAir, Publisher. and long wished for sight to all lovars Berry, of Kentucky, is blamed for this wife, died anJ was buried here San. Pleasant Hill. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. of law and ordor. Two culprits are oa account of pushing his resolution Blackberry jam is all the rage now. da3'. now in the Lincoln jail under sentence to promote and thank Commodore Parties are delivering lambs sold to Miss Kate Wylie left on Tueslay for and, if the higher courts do not inter Schley. B. F. Robinson, a few months ago. brief visit to friends at Gum Sul .$1.00 That's what they are but it's too late now to come down in nech-ti- e Y AK, IN ADVANCE. a party will People from all over the county, and Win your battles against disease by phur. Miss Emma Sopar, accompani . .0 fere, " SOKE Months. . .25 be pulled off in the good town of Stan- acting promptly. O.ie Minute Cough prices. The people are no fools by any means and daily ask " " Cora and Lila Ward, of those adjoining, attended church he e ed by Misses ford ere the leaves besrin to turn. Mr. Cure produces immediate the question results. on a two weeks' Sunday, but the weather was delight Walton, of the Interior Journal, has When taken ear'.y it prevents cousump- - Lancaster, is hera fully cool, and the large audience visit to friends and relatives. order a hard HAT HADE THEM CHARGE SUCH ffl&H PRICES Fit ID AY, July, 15, - 1898 beenLincoln, worker isfor law and to see tion. And in later stages it furni- Wm. Baker, who for several months seemed comfortable, and attentively and it gratifying shes prompt relief. Stormes Drug has been in very poor health, died listened to the excellent sermon, dethat that jurors are awakening to the Store. BEFORE THE BLUE GRASS GROCERY CAME? lm Sunday, from consumption of the bow- livered by pastor Wills, and in the af It would be a mighty bitter pill for S2nse of their duty. The auxiliary cruiser St Louis reach els, and, after the funeral sermon ternoon our interesting Sunday school save some the Doas if the Americans Thats a hard nut to crack for 'em. They may say goods cost ed Portsmouth, N. H. ' Sunday with 54 preached by Rev. J. R. Howes, on Mon- was made more so by a talk from Alex of the disabled Spanish ships and use Commodore Sen let certainly played less! Nit: On the contrary War Taxes have realy IncreasSpanish officers and C3S Spanish sea- day, was buried here. He was thirty Miles, of Nicholasville. them in this war. n luck in the big battle with Cervera. men, captured after the destruction of years old and unmarried. He expressMiss Bertha Burnside, of your city, ed cost of goods all around. is jealous of Schley and has Sampson was the pleasant guest of Miss Sallie Though the pris- ed himself "ready to go." 'FieiiTlXG Bon'' Evaxs' swear words pushed him aside ever sines the war Cervera's squadron. Trade with those that benefit you by giving you lowest priThe Children's Day exercises held B. Ray, last week. Miss Hattie Jones were roared through a megaphone began. But luck would have it for oners did not know where they were Livingces without being pushed to do so by enterprising competition. during the battle, and the frightened the man who was forced to play second being taken, the voyage was without here Sunday afternoon and Sunday has been visiting relatives in night, was a complete success, as the ston and Crab Orchard. Louis and Dons thought the Vesuvius was cough fiddle and the cnem' came while "Big special incident For this week we offer our Choice or Imperial flour at 55c Few realize how many horses are hundreds who attended will attest Miss Marion Ray, and James Land, ing at them. Ike" Sampson was away, thus affordper 241b. sack. Its a dandy and you will like it. Coal Oil at required in the United States army. The house was simply packed during who have been on the sick list, are ing poor Schley the golden opportunibetter. Rev. T. B. Ray and wife, and 9c gallon and other goods accordingly. Judging from the way juries s ty of destroying the ships and win- Each battery of artillery requires both services, while many were on the little Miss Josephene Waitts, have re deciding to hang men, the hempen ning the laurels. The whole layout, about 100 horses, infantry regiments outside unable to find room inside. Al turned to Georgetown, after spending neck-ti- e will soon be quite popular in from President down, has "had it in" about twenty each, and cavalry regi though the exercises at night held un a while with Dr. W. H. Ray and fami BLUE GRASS GROCERY GO., Kentucky. A more aoproprlate fad for Schley, bat you can't keep a good ments about 1,200 to 1,300. One hun- til almost 10 o clock, the order was ly. L. F. Brown and family visited dred horses are required for General simply perfect. Rev. Howes remark sprung. man down. could not be Miles' headquarters alone; each field ed at the close that he never saw so relatives in Buena Vista, Saturday and packed an audience give so perfect at Sunday. Mrs. Alice Ray has returned McKinlev has refused to officer is entitled to two. President We would rather the Americans from a visit to relatives in Kirksville surThe Spanish, barbarians don't even tention. The collection was also won'd capture old Weyler thap any give commissions as second lieutenprisingly good, being 70 per cent lar- and Lancaster. Miss Hattie Bogie has fifty others in the Spanish army. But ants to two nephews who enlisted, and respect the flag of the Red Cross. They been at the bedside of her cousin, Miss ger than that of last year. it would be hard to decide how to dis.' the young gentlemen must, therefore, killed and wounded many members Laura Teater of Mercer very "I have used Chamberlain's Cough low with consumption. countyT.if West pose of the old cuss'if we had him. earn their shoulder straps in front of that organization who were taking W. at the stake would be entire the enemy, remarks the Philadelphia wounded American soldiers from the Remedy in my famiy for years and and family, of your city, spent SunBurninsr Record. It is a pity that the president bloody field around Santiago. The always with good results," says Mr. day iu our village. Jno. B.Stcut. E. W. Lillard. ly too good. did not manifest the same repugnance Spaniard is fast making for himself a W. B. Cooper of El Rio. Cal. "For Thousands of persons have been cur especially we find Uncle Sam is a modest old soul. All to favoritism and nepotism when Sen place in history which no other people small children sale by R.it E. McRob ed of piles by using De Witt's Witch effective." For 1 he wants for paaca is, first, the posses ators, Representatives, Cabinet offi in Christendom will envy. Hazel Salve. It heals promptly and lm, sion of Cuba and Porto llico. with a cers, Governors and politicians with It still appears from accounts of the erts. cures eczema and all skin diseases It a "pull" were pushing upon him sons, part in the Canaries; second, an indent recent naval victory that the runs of gives immediate relief. Stormes Drug CARTERSVILLE. uity of 240.000.000; third, the reten nephews and dependants for undeserv Morro are by no means silenced. It Store. lm tion of the Philippines as a guarantee ed military honors. When bronght said that as long as the American The infant daughtesr of L. S, Har home to him the Presi lent, with his the payment of the indemnity. of vessels were within its range the fir MARKSBURY. died last Friday i popular instincts and love of fair plaj'' ing was incessant Morro's gunners din recognizes the scandal of nepotism; must have more lives than a cat, or Our boys turned out en masse and Rev. Scott Anderson, of Crab Orch A SQL'in has been troin? the rounds not have permitted in else the fortifications must be impreg attended the Democratic Convention ard, will fill an appointment to preach of the press to the effect that a Ken but he should others the practice of an abuse of nable on the sea side Saturday. at the Fork church Sunday, July 17. tucky editor said silver buckles were Miss Annie Stevens, of Lexington beco.ning fashionable on garters, and which he would not take advantage In the absence of the pastor, Rev. "During the hot weather summer for his relations. is visiting Jesse Allen. Fred Koehler Wm. Anderson, of Oklahoma City, de he hoped to see more of them. His had a severe attack of cholera morbus is on the sick list wife sued for divorce, and the only llvered an excellent sermon at the necessitating my leaving my business,' -: The Cheif Burgess of Milesburg, Pa.. savs Mr. C. A. Hare, of Hare woman in town who had silver buckles Our water supply is inexhaustible Fork, Sunday. Bros.. oa her garters cowhided the poor edi says De Witt's Little Early Risers are Fincastle, Ohio, "After taking two having three sulphur wells in a radius Miss Mary Rout is visiting friends in the best pills he ever used in his fami or threee doses of Chamberlain's Colir of two hundred feet, and the best that tor until he was raw as a potato. Stanford. Miss Eliza Smith will open ly during forty years of house keeping. school at Mason school house Monday unoiera ana uiarrnoea xtemeay i was ever went down a fellow's guzzler. The magazines of all the Spanish They cure constipation, sick head completely relieved and iu a few hours If you want a genuine panel made July 18. Mrs. O. S. and Miss Eliza ORGANIZED 1883. ships at Santiago exploded, and the ache and stomach and liver troubles. was able to resume my work in the buggy, road wagon, surrey, &c, get Williams, of Burgin, visited relatives effect was to blow up the decks and Small in size but great in results. store. I sincerely recommend it to prices from J. B. Conn, of Cartersville, here last week. Mrs. Robert Humph TBS 1m not completely pulverize the hull or Stormes Drug Store. any .one ainictea witn stomach or who can satisfy you with working reys is spending several week's with PITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, turn the keel up, as was the case of bowel trouble." For sale by R. E. qualities and prices. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Boner. U OF LANCASTER. JY. the battleship Maine. This is looked McRoberts. Im J. is. Conn nas opened a carriage Rev. W. M. Kuykendall left Wednes upon as beinjr important, and shows day for Mt Washington, where he Capital, $100,000 A survey of the powers in Europe shop and will build you a buggy, buck conclusively that the Maine's death ( SURPLUS will hold a protracted meeting. Mrs. CAPITAL -- OFshows that from the beginning of the board, cart, surrey, or any kind of ve George Lawson and blow came from the outside. ( J65.ooo.o0, little son, Fran Surplus Fund 15,000 200,000.00 hicle for less than you can get them century to the end of 1896 Turkey had elsewhere. All kind of repairing and cis, of Hubble, are visiting her parents experienced 31 years of war and 59 of LANCASTER, KT. Ax associated press dispatch from BUSINESS SOLICITED. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Moore. Mrs. M. L. peace; Spain comes next with 31 years painting. Madrid says that the hopelessness of City, Pa. Aldridge, of Brodhead, accompanied Careful and Prompt Att em tion Guaranteed The editor of the Evans of war and 05 of peace; France, with ' the war is finally recognized in Span mffikPa "One Minute Cough by Miss Lizzie Herring, of Stanford 27 years of war and C9 of peace; Bus Globe, writes. ish official eircles, and that the desire is visiting friends and relatives in this M. Higginbotham President A. R.Dxnnt. President. sia, 24 years of war and 72 of peace; It Cure is rightly named. It cured my vicinity. for peace predominates in the Cabinet Lzw Y. Lkavill aly, 23 years of war and 73 of peace children after all other remedies fail Jno. E. Stormes, Vice President. No hope is entertained of relieving Sick headache, biliousness, constipaEngland 1 years of war and 75 of ed." It cures coughs, colds and all Wm. H. Kinnaikd, Cashier. B. F. Hudson Cashier Cuba and Porto Rico, and the authori throat and lung troubles. Stormes tion and all liver and stomach trout W. O. BlQMKT 17 and peace; ties are convinced that the American Assistant Cash'r S.C.Dxnnt, J. F. Robinson. Jb, les.can be quickly cured by using those lm Germany (exclusive of Prussia), 13 and Drug Store. fleet is coming to the shores of Spain Bookkeeper Assistant Cash'r. famous little pills known as DoWitt's C. D. Walzxb 83; Sweden, 10 and 8C; Portugal, 12 and . T. Embbt Asa't Little Early Risers. They are pleas BRYANTSVILLE. It has been definitely decided that Admiral Cervera says he'd rather 84, and Denmark, 9 and 87. DIRECTORS: ant to take and never gripe. Stormes Commodore Watson's squadron will lose At Chickamauga Col. Gaither reduc DIRECTORS lm his ships at sea, like a sailor.than Little Edna Berkelc is quite ill this Drug Store. J. M. Higginbotham, Liwis y. Lbj.vb.ll, sail today, Thursday, to carry the war in a harbor. ed to ranks the following non-coweek. T. M. Abnold, Sam'l. D. Cochran, Jaa Spllsaan, Mr. Samuel Johnson, Sr., died at his J. 8. Johnson, into Spain. The battleship Massachu missioned officers for Harry Campbell has accepted a po home near here, Thursday, July H.C. Aknold, Jk. Both Admiral Sampson and Commo their furloughs: First Sergeant Ash Alex. R. Denny. A. C. Robinson. b.F. IIudson. setts, instead of the Iowa, will be dore Schley will be made Rear Admi ley C Lillard, of Danville; Second Ser sition with J. S. Uaselden. W. R. Cook, J. J. WlLIIK L. Davidson, His remains were interred in the cem ALXZ.GlBBS, part of his squadron. If he can drop Jacob Y. Robinson. Jno. E. Stormes. J. D. Cheatham, one of the soldiers etery at the Fork, Friday, at 3 p. m a few shells into the sittings of Spain': rals in the near future, geant Bruce EJelin and Corporal Pat Sagasta says there are 100,000 men terson, all of Capt Sweeney's com pa is at home on a five days furlongh, Rev. T. U. Campbell conducted the pjwers who are urging on this war in Cuba who won't surrender, even if ny, from Lebanon. Several privates Alex. Arnold, formerly a Garrard funeral services. Mr. Johnson was ta the people of even that cmntry will rise up and call him Cervera's fleet has been destroyed, were sentenced to thirty days' extra county boy, who is now engag- ken sick a few days ago and was an in ed with Gray & Grim, of Middles tense sufferer until God called him Of the 5802,527,991 appropriated at fatigue duty for similar offenses. blessed. I the session of Congress just closed, the raid was made on crap shooters, and boro, is expected to visited his father, home. He was in his 65th year and Toon old Cervera is entitled to sym sum of S301, 788,095 was to meet war about 20 prisoners were gathered in A. R. Arnold, the latter part of the had enjoyed good health nearly all CoL Gaither has determined to stop month. Miss Nannie Ballard, of Paint his life. He was a man of rigid hones pathy. His country ordered him to expenses. make the daring dash which cost him to leave Havana all gambling in tents, and heavy sen Lick, and Miss Maggie Jennings, of ty and sterling integrity, and leaves The last American Danville, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. two children, Mrs. Mary Floyd, of the fleet, and now they say his people was Arthur Parkinson, a sailor, who tences await all detected so doing. him if he returns to Spain left Cuba,Mune 7, and has just arrived will kill The captured Spanish prisoners cap A. S. Haselden. Mrs. Eliza Ballard Boyle, and Simeon Johnson, of Mer Lexcer, and several grand children. He The dirty devils have very little sense in New York. tured off Cervera's squadron, both of and Miss Mittie Dunn, were in ington last week. Miss Alice Dunn was the last of an old Virginia family, ficers and men, reached Portsmouth and no judgment. Cervera is the CoL Wm. J. Bryan's regiment of Ne bravest, and by loner odds the best braska infantry has been ordered to N. H., Monday. Though the prison has returned to Danville after a few His father was one among the early ! ! man they have, and if they had any join Gen. Fitzhugh Lee's corps at ers did not know where they were be days stay with her mother. C. M.Jen- settlers of Kentucky. nings and wife were with his mother sense at all they would be praisin Jacksonville. ing taken, the aoyage was without Persons troubled with diarrhoea will special incident BefoJe sailing a pa Sunday. Joe Haselden, D. W. Dunn his bravery and obedience. Thanksgiving servies were held at ; role was offered all the officers, and and wife, of your city, were in our be interested in the experience of Mr. many churches all over the country W. M. Bush, clerk of Hotel Dorrance only one a 'Lieutenant refused it neighborhood on Sunday. A Yankee has at last invented some ! Sunday in accordance with the Presi Little Eugene Holcombe quietly Providence, R. I. He says; "For sey He was placed in confinement The thing which will be a boon to the lazy dent's proclamation. passed o'er death's dark river Wednes- era! years I have been almost a con were given others ate in man, those too lazy to eat. It is It is reported that the Spaniards are the saloon, and practically had the day evening, July 6. Being only a lit- stant sufferer from diarrhoea, the fr a "bullion capsule," which is to be firing indiscriminately upon the woun freedom of the ship. The enlisted tle over a year old, he was a pet of quent attacks completely prostrating washed down with water. 1 he cap me and rendering me unht for my sule melts and its contents, coming in ded soldiers and men wearing the in men were quartered in the steerage two families', greatly loved by all. duties at this hotel. About two years signia of the hospitital corps. and were given the same food as the Dear parents and grand parents there ago a traveling salesman kindly gave ; ; contact with the water, is immediate XT IV is a brighter day beyond where we me a. small bottle of Chamberlain' Complete reports of battle of July crew. ly converted into enough soup to com Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy shall meet our departed lovel ones. pletely fill the taker's stomach. Thus and 2. Killed, 22 officers and 208 en Lieut Hobson and his six compan surprise and delight Much TO the great trouble of chewing and listed men; wounded, 81 officers and ions who sunk the Merrimac in the "I think DjWitt's Witch Hazel Salye effects to my immediate. Wheneverits ; were swallowing is done away with, a lot of 1,203 enlisted men; missing, 79 enlist mouth of the harbor of Santiago and is the finest preparation on the market felt symptoms of the disease I would i C. Dunn, of fortify myself against the attack with work which greatly fatigues some ed men. who surrendered to the Spaniards for piles." So writes John people. Commodore Schley has had the dou flagship, were exchanged on Thursday Wheeling, W. Va. Try it and you will a lew doses of this valuable remedy, The result has been very satisfactory b'.e pleasure of bottling up Cervera's and brought into our lines. They think the same. It also cures eczema and almost complete relief from the Admiral Cervera said when he left fleet and of spilling its contents received a perfect ovation as they pass and all skin diseases. Stormes Drug affliction." For sale by R. E. McRob lm, lm erts. Santiago he knew he was going to cer along the beach afterwards when ed along the lines' of the army. They Store. Three cablegrams tried to uncork itself. tain destruction. report that their treatment was of the from the Ministry of Marine had or Gen. Blanco in reply to his Govern best and that Ad'l Cervera treated them dered him to sea. Then came the meat's request for his views of the sit as well as they could have wished, peremptory in tone as fol uation, still urges war. Campos also Now is the time to return courtesy and FIRE INSURANCE fourth lows: "No matter what the consequen proclaims that the time for peace ne kindness to the captured Admiral and ces, go to sea at once and fight the en gotiations has not yet arrived, he is to be paroled and allowed the SPRINGFIELD emy." Cervera went, and the rest is The American troops in the Philip freedom of the country and is to be known. This goes to show that Cer pine Islands are being greatly hinder- supplied with every comfort and every FIRE MARINE vera possessed one of the chief points ed by floods in the country districts. luxury. INSURANCE COMPANY. needed in a soldier that of obedience. Admiral Dewey has stopped all refuTo the third and last demand of Gen. gees from leaving Manila. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO Shatter for his unconditional surrenOnly a few deaths have occurred OR acBob Moore, of LaFayette, Ind., says der, Gen. Toral sent a reply reiteratOF NEW YORK. among the soldiers at Chickamauga. that for constipation he has found ing his determination to resist to the When you consider the fact that there Little Early Risers to be per- last. If the American commander t Robinson & Hamilton Agts are fifty thousand men huddled tonever gripe. Try them for to the purpose heretofore angether there, it is remarkable that fect They Office ovei Post Office. and liver troubles. Stormes nounced he will not resort vigorously d s :ase is kept so well in check. The stomach Kentucky LojA9rsR. : : : Drug Store. to the convincing argument of assault lm sanitary condition of the camp is well by a superior force. Maj. Gen. Miles Camara's squadron still continues its looked after every day, and but for TffS. BEAZLEY, now assumed personal this precaution fever and various oth- funny actions. After passing thro' hasthe forces and promises to command Santake would soon have full sway. the Suez Canal on its way to the Phil of er the weak o'd tiago within three days, unless Toral I Teeth filled and extracted with It is said the American is more partic- ippine Islands, one ofCamara ont nain. Crown and Rrldra turned complies with the last demand for sur- Orders taken for all Foreign or Domestic Magizines or Newspapers ular in this respect than any othor vessels gave out and Work a specialty. Office oyer J. R. Haselden's render. A portion of Santiago has alhardware store, next to Court House, Lancasback to Spain. army on the globe. Ky. ready been destroyed by fire caused I have purchased the ter. Commodore Watson's fleet will con- by the bombardment With Maj. Gen. li Walker stable and am newspaper sist of the Iowa, OregonJ Newark, Miles there arrived abouf 4,000 The fi prepared to furnish the I war waxeth warm. The two men have Dixie, Yankee, Yosemite, s:x colliers Owing to the destruction Mt-SMMJ- . called each other all kinds of names, and a supply boat He has orders to of Spain's naval power and the corse For the speedy and permanent rare of the governor has ordered a court go till he finds Camara's fleet and de- q ient safety of the United State from and tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham' of inquiry to investigate the Legion stroy it 8th. have been given for the attack, orders BURNSIDE, KY., 3rd SESSION BEGINS SEPT. berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment 'W muddle. Among other things, Goveron the shortest notice. IS without an equal. It relieves the itchia deof the submarine mines in all Admiral cables nor Bradley said it was difficult to tell partment SampsonColon, the war ing aad smarting almost- instantly and Full Faculty of five Experienced teachers. All College graduates where commerce is enSpecial attention given Maria that whether CoL Castleman thought him- sa and Yiscaya,the Cervera's fleet,Tere- the harbors its continued use effects a permanent of can dangered. Enrollment last year 105. Excellent Courses offered in Latin, Greek, Commercial Travelers. oure . It also cures itch , barber's itch, self part of the state guard, orjthought be saved for service and a wrecking scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, English, Mathematics, Science, History. Music, Ora the state guard, part of himself. Wal- crew has been ordered to work on the Congressman Davison has asked 1h German, French, BICE BENGE. chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and DEWar Department to grant an honora- tory and Physical Culture. TERMS, moderate. BOARDING ter Forrester is mixed up in the mess, vessel. granulated lids. ' ble discharge to young who PARTMENT alfthat could be wished lor Comfort and Convenience. as are several other prominent parties. Schley it was who bottled up Cerve- went with the Lancaster company to The gentlemen should wait until the Dr. rail's CMttka Fswiers for n horses are tke. best tonic, blood pariler war is over before ra, and Schley it was who fought and Chickamauga. The boy hai been sick For particulars and catalogue address the Principal, andvermifagw. Price, Dfceate. Soldby opening their- - fire. The people are conquered Cervera. When Congress ever since enlisting and is now in a A.I JAMES C. DOLLEY, now interested in the big s'iow, end . begins to order medals and autbor'ze j danger out Condition X. EL MeBoberts, Drsffgist, Laaeatttr do sot care to sec any hibitioQ. home-tale- ex ; SCARED UP. er f 1 hi EPH. P. BROWN. Mgr. X oooooooooo: I ,1 T n"rn b ZOVLZ, lht eadingP'ruggistsq Stationery, Paints, Oils, Etc. :- im : xooc DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. OOOOOOOCOOOOOO! The War. html bank Austria-Hungar- over-stayin- g j Danville, Ky. & X I CALDWELL LANIER f x SHOES. PLEASURE TO LET YOU SEE WHAT O X WE HAVE. state-room- s, OjZjL oust tjs. I ICS Tit andVALISES. SEE YOU WE WANT Whether You Buy Or Not. Hi LIB PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH NOTICE! Mastic Mixed Faint THE BEST BRANDS OP MB "White Lead and Oil. Those indebted to me please call and settle at once for I need the money to settle my counts. We are Glad to Sell Either. I MEAN THIS. Miss Sallie Tillett. MqROBERTS drub store. NSW LIVERY. DENTIST. Bradley-Castlema- n WSMTJI KENTUCKY i 1 I Very Best Rigs Skin Diseases. - is, Spanish-America- fl. Printing. Bring ui your Job - ( WE ARB SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN. SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED. Tirn.es Toll Sa--rec- BARGAINSlO OFFERED. Orex. BE NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH Some of our $12, $13.50 $15.00 and $16.50 Suits now for $1 0. Fine Straw Hats 50c on $1.00. Negligee Shirts. Stacy Adams Fine Shoes. Suits made to order in Danville. L CERTAIN. IT'S WAR FOR FOR IT. WE ARE READY COME AND SEE OUR SUITINGS AND WORK SHOP. CLEA1TIITG-- c2nT ZD PEESSI1TG-- . J. L. Frohnian WONDERFUL - THE GLOBE 136, &Co,, Telephone IVOIREARY. 2 Danville, Ky. I have just received a new lot of CLEWING- SJ1LE. Always this time of the year my desire is to get rid of all the goods in my line whether I get cost or not and my customers always reap a great "benefit. This time my bargains will he two. confined to his room for a daj-o- r He's all right again and says he will X2 a little m ire particular next time he goes to harvest Misses Mary Arnold and S Rachel H nry are vi it:ng in Crab Orchard. Clay Hamilton is b; c c from a trip to Burgin. where he organized a lodge of J acc bees. Mrs. Elbert Pm of Jellico, Tenr. , is spending a f nv days with her mo h er, Mrs. Geo. T. Farris. Sam PAINT LICK. & Co., will pay you cash for all your produee and giVcj he high linery line go in this sale. GREATER THAN EVER, so first coming will get the Crejim, All goods in the milMRS. MOODY HABDETV. CENTRAL RECORD. t, Woclridge, of Denver Col., is here after many years absence, the guest of his fathei-n-laMr. T. W. Ried. He is now in the employ of a Tenn is the guest of her parents, Mr. mining company some two hundred miles from Denver, but still makes and Mrs. John Anderson. that city his home. Mrs. Emma Kauffman and uaugl FRIDAY, July 15, - - 1898 ter, Frankie, have returne I from a The following attended the ball at Crab Orchard Springs Friday evening: week's stay at Dripping Springs. Misses Letitia Brown, Bessie and Jen 00 Miss Lztitia Brown, after a pleas nie Burnside, Bessie Webb, Allie, Bet-ti- e reC1 ant visit to relatives in this city, and Mary Anderson, Messrs. nugh turned to her home in Lexington to Logan, John Doty, Joe Francis, Will day. Walker, Frank Marksbury, Mr. and Miss Annie Austin is visiting relaMrs. Moody Harden, son Clarence. Mrs. A. H. Rice. tives in Crab Orchard. and two nieces from Covington are Miss Theo Hemphill was the charm Miss Theo Hemphill has returned visiting relatives in Somerset this ing hostess at a birthday party Mon week. from a visit to Danville. day afternoon- - All kinds of games Mrs. William Broaddus and son, were par i .pated in, and an ele Miss Kittie Mason is in Nicholas-vill- e Each served. Herndon, have gone to Frankfort to gant refreshment visiting relatives. visit her husband, who is in business guest remembered the little hostess Mrs. Mary Uac'cney, of Danville is there. with a beautiful present. Among the visiting Lancaster friends. guests from a distance were the pretty Miss Bessie Turley, of Richmond, Ben Herndon is in G. S. Gajnes' gro- and Miss Amy Davidson, are being en- little Misses Lillard of Danville. cery learning the business. Miss Dive Harris was charmingly tertained by Miss Elena Hiatt, this entertaining Tuesday evening, tha Miss Lillie Noel, of Danville, was week. guests of honor being, Misses Lettie here this week on business. Miss Lula Graham, who has been Brown and Bess'e Webb, of Lexing Miss Cora Peacock is the guest of in Mrs. Harden's millinery establish ton. Included among the guests ment, will leave next week for her her aunt, Mrs Jno. Miller. were Misses Sue Herring, Lula Batson, home in Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaines were Mae Hughs-- , NjII Marrs, Bsssie Bush, Master McKenzie Broxvn, a bright Fannio Collier, Jennie Burnside, Altie over from Danville Sunday. young man of ML Vernon, is the guest Marksbury, Mary Miller, Bessie Bum- Miss Lillie Dale Grant left todaj' for of his Mr. and Mrs. side, Lettie Brown, Bessie Webb, Allie a'two weeks' visit to ML Vernon. Breathitt Brown. Bettie and Mary Anderson, Alberta Tommy lliughman, of Hoyle, has Mr. Paul Miller, a mighty good Anderson, Mrs. W. R. Marrs, Messers been visiting relatives in this city. young friend of The Record's, is tak Ed Gaines, Jess Sweeney, Kirk Kirby, Mr. Chas. Fnsby leaves this week for ing a pleasure trip through several G. B. Swinebroad, Xapo Pr!ce, W. S. Beazley, J. B. Jenningf , Chas. Frisby, several month's visit to Michigan. northern states this week. Dave Walker, Jno. Doty, Hugh Loan, Miss Anpie Ballou, of Stanfcrl, is Mrs. Nannie Arnold returned to her Jim West, Brannon Beazley Will the guest of II. M. Ballou and family. home in Richmond, Ky., after a severMr. and Mrs. Jno. Baughman. Misses Louise Kauffman and Olivia al days visit to her daughter, Mrs. Sam Johnston at Marcellus. Sweeney visited Dripping Springs SunOur baby has been continually day. Mr. Ed. C Gaines, of Ballou's Model troubled with colic and cholera in Grocery, isenjjying a few days rest, fantum since his birth, and all that Mr. Fred Frisby has been spending several weeks with relatives in Dan- which he is spending in Stanford, we could do for him did not seem to Crab Orchard and neighboring towns. give more than temporary relief, un ville. Miss Bettie Broaddus, of Kirksville, til we tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cho Uncle Dave Arnold, of Nicholasville. Since bas been the guest of his son, Wm. Ar- and Miss ZDnie Walker, of McCreary, lera and Diarrhoea Remedy. are visiting Misses Ophelia and Nora giving that remedy he has not been nold. Walker ou Laxington pike this week. troubled. We want to give you this Miss Mary Folger, of Nicholasville, testimonial as an evidence of our grat Mrs. Waits, wife of Chaplain Waits, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Bella not that you need it to adverof the Second Kentucky Regiment itude, Arnold. pour meritorious remedy. G. M. was in Lancaster this week visiting tise Miss Lyne Letcher is spending a friends and relatives. She will prob Law, Keokuk, Iowa. For sale by R. E. McRoberts. lm. week with Mrs. Ike Dunn, in Lower ably locate here. Garrard. CapL William nerndon went to Es- To fatten an old milch cow for the Mr. Clarence Anthony, of Alabama!) tili county this week to act as special butcher, begin as soon as she has calv has been here the guest of Miss Grace judge in a murder case. The trial ed, and feed her as much grain as her Kinnaird. was postponed and the captain re- old teeth will grind for digestion dur ing the t'.mi she is in pasture. She Sheriff J. B. Saundetsand wife have turned yesterday. moved to town and taken rooms at The following ladies are being en will gain in milk and flesh, and will Dave Ross'. by Miss fatten qu'c'cly about the time the milk tertained at a house-part- y Ll prcc ire the "fat and ails. This Mrs. G. S. Gaines and daughter, Miss Lizzie Beazley, in Crab Orchard Julia Mae, are visiting relatives in Misses Lizzie Thompson, Katie Simp lean ".vhich the bu3'er li'ces. The off jrt to catch the farmers i.i a son, and Annie Austin. Danville. again with his wl e it will not Mr. G. R. Harden, took the follow hole Misses Mollie and Laura Smith at work. Farmers in this section, so far tended the funeral of A. E. Pope at ing boys to Dix river for a camping as we have been able to hear, will not party: Clarence Harden, Willie West, Providence. less than 75 to 65 cents for their Robert Elkin, Harry Tomlinsor, and take no matter what Armour and Miss Bessie Webb, of Lex'ngton, i Nat Stephens, the latter of Glendale wheat, other bear manipulators at Chicago being entertained by Miss Sue Her Oh'o. may do. They know that as soon as ring this week. Mrs. Scott Hudson has a house party the crop is on the market, at a reason-- . Mrs. William It Marrs, of Knoxville, consisting of Mrs. Lynn Hudson, Mrs able price, foreign demand will be John E Stormes, of Lancaster, Miss very brisk, and the price will rise. Mary Annie Wilmore and Miss Mary The tales about the crop being twice Welch, of Nicholasville. Lexington as great as ever before, etc., are all Argonaut moonshine, and the intelligent farmer Miss Pearl Holcombe, who has been knows it Harrodsburg Democrat The earnings of the poultry of the the popular guest of Miss Florence Harris, left Saturday for her home in United States last year aggregated Eiizabethtown, leaving several sad 290,000,003. There are said to be in hearts behind, notably one in Tub round numbers 375,030,005 chickens and 40.000,000 other fowls, such as Recobd office. ducks, geese and turkeys in tne Uni iv-NA. H. Rice, Misses Al ted States. In 1897 Mr. and Mrs. OPEN. the hens laid' in tie and Bessie Marksbury have gone round numbers 14,400,000,000 eggs. The fj to Grayson Springs f jr a two weeks export price at New York averaged 15 SWCOOL, l,ay. Before returning they will spend cents per dozen, which makes the val several weeks at a house-partand the ue of the egg crop S1C5.000.000. The RESTFUL g wells at Trenton Tenn. poultry sold as meat brought $125,000, Messrs Robert Henry, Fisher Her- 000. The hens of America packed in ring and Sauflsy Hugher, are rustica side the shells of their eggs 650,000 A M TTnT?TT?'W'TQ , , ting at Dripping Springs this week. tons of water. Still the price of eggs o5 tvtnti. m Each took his horse along and the is called low and no one can call it TO SB party will spead mist of the time in the summer season. Such things change wonderfully in a lifetime. A 53 For terms address hunting bear and Indians. Buffalonian declares that before the While at work loading some wheat war of the rebellion he sold eggs at a last week, The Records good friend, cent a dozen and chie'eens at two cents Gale Greenleaf, got too hot and was a pound. 0 CPERSONAL.00 grand-parent- s, Born, to the wife of Roy H. Beazley, a 10 pound girl. Miss Motie Nave, of Danville, and Mrs. Mary Anderson, of Lancaster, spent last week with Miss Sallic Nave. Mr. and Mrs Charles White and chil dren, of Richmond, visited Mr. and Mrs. Zack Simpson, this week Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Saunders have gone to town, and Alex Walkor has taken possession of the farm. Miss Lena Sherrow, of Bryantsville, is the guest o of Mrs. Lish Forbes. Mrs. J. E. and two pretty little daughters, of El Paso, Texas, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. B.L. Kelley. J. C. Brown, who has been with relatives here for some time has returned to Shelbyville. Mrs. Mary L. Swope and Mr.?. T. C. Gulley opened schools Monday, former at Teaterville, and the latter at poonvillc. Morgan Sutton spent a few days in Hubble last week. Mr. Reuben Kinder departed this life last Thursday, and was buried in the Lancaster cemetery. Uncle Reuben was widely known as a good farmer and respected citizen and a spe cial favorite with all who knew him. He was good to the poor, and ever willing and ready to lend a helping hand to those in trouble or distress. He will be sadly missed, but we have the consolation of knowing he was a christian, belonging to the Baptist church. He was 82 years old, and has been very feeble for several years. He leaves a wife and two c lildren. E. C Blanks, of Lewisville, Texas, writes that one box of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve was worth 50.000 to him. It cured his piles of ten years standing. He advises others to try it It also cures eczema, skin diseases and obstinate sores. Stormes Drug Store. lm llan-dib- , Wallace est price on the market Wallace & Co., are selling tinware cheaper than ever. 4 pint cups for 5c. Gal. buckets 4a each. 17 qt Dish pans 15c each. If you need something to cook your blackberries in see Wallace A: Co., Ihey have saucapans, and stew kettles o: every discription from 10c. to 45c. See their enaeneled stew kettles at 20c. and 45c They are hard to beat Can You Read This. A handsome cook range to be given a way by R. L. Jennings & Co., If you would save money go to Jenning & Co. They will not be undersold. Here are a few of these prices; Ivory soap 3 big" bars laundry soap 5 2 "big' boxes matches 5c 1 nice box paper and envelopes 5j. Fine glasses 10c set Extracts 5c bottle. 2 lbs soda 5c and other bargains too numerous to mention. All summer dress goods, and ladies oxford will be closed out at "cut prices." See our clothing at 3.50 to 5). Lais Bis, Collars, Fan Waist Sets and Pins. SMrt-- - LAMES SLIPPERS at REDUCED PRICE. CALL AND we m ran in LT MY SWEENEY. TERMS CASH. J. W. SWEEHTEV. hi LINE. m. Den-ne- Mrs. Eliza Holtyc aw, who has teen quite sick, is improving, we are glad to say. Holtzclaw Bros sold to Will Hiatt, to be deliv banch of hcrs at 3 ered 1st of Au 'ust Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Thompson re turned home last week from a visit o relatives in Mt Vernon. Miss Nannie Anderson is yisiting her sister, Mrs. H. B. Arnold, of Stanford. Miss Nannie McCarley opened school at Beazley school house Monday. Your correspondent spent Monday with rolativcs in Stanford. Miss Rhoda White, of Mt Vernon, is the guest of Miss Wade STONE. Thompson. Mrs. J. J. Thompson and Mead Teater bought of Bee Ray, a daughter, Miss Wadie, accompanied milk cow for ?33. by Miss Rhoda White, spent Monday Farmers have finished st: c':ing with Mr. and Mrs. Booth Thompson, of Lancaster. wheat in this vicinity. George McQuerry sold a bunch of PREACHERSV1LLE. sheep last week at 100. T. L. Saunders bought of John H. The corn crops are very good in this Dennis a nice horse at T. L. Saunders bought of Elisha neighborhood. Rev, F. B. Jones will assist R ev. Murphy two scrub calves at 4 each. Mathews in a meeting at Walnut Fla, The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. commencing on the 3rd Sunday in this C. C. Shear, is very ilL Miss Aider month. Preston is very sick with chills. G. A. Siler sold three mules Monday Mrs. Malinda Preston is very low day for 100. Mollie-Easwith fever. Mrs is on the Richard Robinson bought a nice sick list Monday for 30. Miss Elizabeth Tomlinson, of Bry mare John Cummins, who has been spendantsville, began the public school at Locust Grove, Monday, with very good ing the summer in Illinois, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. King are attendance. at Somerset Wm. Elder Neal, of Winchester, will fill visiting relatives Madison county, his regular appointment at Scott's Sutton and wife, of here this week. Fork, Saturday night, Sunday morn are visiting relatives ing and Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Tilatha Scrivncr and two little sons, of Stanford, are the guests of Mrs. George McQuerry. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Morford, and little daughcr, E.izabeth, Mrs. Mattie Roberts and c'lildren, and Mrs. Rebecca Scott, of Little Hickman, were the guests of the latters daughter, Mrs. T. L. Saun ders, Saturday night and Sunday. A number of the young folks from here attended preaching at Buckeye Sun day. Mrs. Mattie Land, Hinkle Pros ton and Lafayette Preston, of Little Hickman, were called to the bedside of their mother, Mrs Malinda Preston, Get One of Boasters Free! Saturday, who is very ilL S'--S. t An exchange says that we should be LANCASTER TELEPHONE EXcareful lest we have a large Bible for CHANGE. quotation and a very small one for practice. In these days of neglect of Ilualness Houses In town that linve Telin. m irizinj Script! rjs wea:e afraid ephones unit their Numbers. too many have a very small Bible for accurate quota- 01 M. A. Archer, butcher. quotation, at least for Z J A Barton, grocery, Patterson tion. coal oflie;. 9) J A I'cazley, Furniture Ac Go on the 6 Rillou, II. M., Model Grocer. DANVILLE STAGE USE. 45 R'c! ISenge, Livery Stable, J W runiphrcy, Saddlery. Lv. Lancaster 8 a.m. Ar. Panville 10:3) a.m. 05 151ue Grass Grocery. Lv. Danville 2 p.m. Ar. Lancaster 4tZ0 rji. 43 Central Record. Makes connection with 4:30 train for 2J T Currey, Grocery. Richmond. Can be found at StodgiL'a '18 Citizens National Rank. 77 Electric Light Station. Stable or Clemens HoteL 5J T. S. E.kin, Butcher. 47 Cx. S. G lines, Grocery. 40 J. R. Haselden, Hardware. 53 J. C. Hemphill, Hroicer, Tailor & c. having claims against the es- 'Si J. Joseph, Dry Goods. AH persons tate of T. L. Harris, deceased, will present GS Levell Planiny Mill & Coal oflice. them, properly proven, to Joseph Arnold, adMarksb.iry, Grain Dealer. ministrator of said T. L. Harris, or to U. II Tomlinson, attorney, within the next thirty "5 Lancaster Hotel. days. All persons knowing themselves in- 4ii W II Lackey, Livery Stable. debted to satd T. L. Harris, dee'd., will please C2 Logan &. Robinson, Roots and Shoes come forward and pay same to said admiuis 91 Logan Dry Goods Company. trator. 07 Mason Hotel. Joseph Arnold, This July 11, 1S9S Adm'r. T. L. Harris, dee'd- - 55 R E McRoberts, Druggist Dis70 J W Miller, Old Pilgrimage tillery. loH Ncrthcott & C., Commission Merchants. 31 National Rank of Lancaster. 82 C D Powell, General Stor. Successor to Lackey & Gulley. 25 W J Romans Carriage Co. 12 R A Stone, Grccjry. First-Cla39 -- J E Stormes, Druggist. 17 DryGooJs. I 10 -- Jesse Sweeney, Jewelry. LIVERY STABLE. J C Thompson, 09 Ward & Miller, Flouring and PlacI ing Mills. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, Cut this out and paste in your direc-to- y REASONABLE PRIC ES.I foi ready reference. Every business house in town should have telephonic connections. Consult SPECIAL ATTENTION TO Jesse Walden or Herbert Kinnaird if you want your house wired for a TRAVELING MEN 'phone, 2t Notice. W.H. LACKEY j s KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS tee Crab Orchard 0 Jt! Bead .the Scriptures. Call 27 at my store and we will ex A Springs y nnnn t plain. Psalm . If you are out-o- f Sorts read the 12th I am still in the lead with chapter of Hebrews. If you feel lonesome and unprotect ed read the 91st Psalm. GOODS. If people pelt you with hard word-'- , read 15th chapter John. If there is chilly sensation about the heart, read the third chapter ReveGoods are all fresh. I can please lation. all. If you dont know where to look for next months rent, read 37th Psalm. LANGDON'S BREAD DAILY. If you find yourself losing confidence in men, read I3th chapter, 1st PLEASE GIVE TJS A Corinthians. stove pipe has fellen-dowIf the TRIAL. and cook gone off on a pet, put up the pipe, wash your bands, read third chapter James. If yon are down with hues, read f ield Fencing. AMEM1CXH uight in Odd Fellows hall. All visiting Knights are fraternally inviG. B. Swinebroad, C. C. ted. J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. ALL. f Pythias, meets every Thtirsday Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights fence that always keeps its shape because it's built that way Nothing but large size heavily galvanized wire made of best Bessemer it eel used In Its con. Structlon same In all the so different styles made turns all kinds of stock and leaves tho stock unharmed while the fence stands strong ' and sturdy. WOMEN Should know that the "Old Time" Bemedjr, BEST LOWEST PRICES. C THIS hinge-joi- IVvlr jnak.es an fence and vents stay wires from bending . crimp majces as ugnt a fence in summer as in win ter, and prevents stay wire from being displaced. THAT it; and There's no fence that excels few, if any, as good MimfkcUnd by AWWMC CQ.,PrrTSaUMtPA.' Is the best forPessIs irregularities lr taKen lor (j PUaters test tq I 1144am and Strainer Complaints., CUBAN RELIEF cares lanlCrS flve Neuralgia and Toothache wla mlnutes Sour Stomach Colic- - H. M. BALLOU. AMERICAN STEEL Price, 25 Cents. J. C. Robinson, ton MU by Lancaster r The Cruel Knife! surgical operation to cure cancer, or any other blood disease. The crueltj of such treatment is illustrated in the alarming number of deaths which result from it. The disease is in the blood, and hence can not be cut out. Nine times out of ten the surgeon's knife only hastens death. My foii had a most malignant Cancer, for vrhich the doctors said an operation was the GENERAL NEWS. FARM AND STOCK NOTES. I AMONG THE CHURCHES, f EVERY BRIDE It is absolutely useless to expect n ation was a one. as it was necessary to cut down to the jawbone and scrape it. Before a Great while the Cancer returned, and n to grow rapidly. We pivc him many remedies without relief, and iin.il ly, upon the advice of a friend, decided to trv S. S. S. (Swift's Scciiic), and withsvvy tlio dprniiri Imtilp lie bojran to improve. After twenty bottles had liecn taken, the Cancer disappeared entirely mid he was cured. The cure vn n iternianeii' one. for he is now seventeen years old. and has never had a sign of the dreadful disease to reJ. N. Murdoch. turn 279 Snodgrass St., Dallas, Texas. Absolutely the only hope for Cancel is Swift's Specific, S.S.S.rTheBlood as it ia the only remedy which goes to the very bottom of the blood and forces out every trace of the disease. S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable, and contains no potash, mercury, 01 other mineral. Knuka mi fhinenr will bf mailed fres to any address by the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, ua WAR REVENUE BILL. Condensed for Itusy Kondcrs. ST.VJtr TAXKS. Iiotuls and Certificates of incorporation, for each $101) par valS ue. Oa Sales and Transfers of stocks and bonds, for each S100 par value. Bank Checks Drafts, or Certificates of Deposit. Certificates of Deposit drawing ing interest, for each 100 or fraction, nland Itills of Exchange, prom-isor- y notes and postal orders, for each S100 or a fraction including renewals. Foreign Hills of exchange or Letters of Credit, for each S10U or fraction. Indemnification Honds. Certificates of profit for each 510J par value or fraction. Other Certificates not specified. Ileal Kstate Conveyances, from S10U to 5'J0. l'or each additional SjOO or fraction. Leases for Land or Tenement, not exceeding one year. Leases for Laud or Tenement from 1 to a years. Leases for Land or Tenement o years. Mortgages. Real or Personal, from 1,000 to 1,500. Renewals of Real or Personal Mortgages from 51,003 to 1,500 O i each 500 additional or fraction I'ower of Attorney, or proxies for corporate elections. Power of Attorney to sell, con- vcy, or mortgage real estate or stock. Protest not?s or drafts. Receipts for money exceeding S3 Warehouse Receipts for goods Life Insurance Policies for each 100 or fraction. MiiKt AVcur saj-- s 1 01 04 OS the Stamp. in his Somerset Re porter that the section of the law where it requires all women who have arrived at the age of 30 years, and who are unmarried, to exhibit and keep in plam view on their left cheek a hand somely engraved S4.S) stamp, will not ba lilcely to cut much tea in this vicini ty. There arc any number of women here who are unmarried, and who will go to their graves wearing the harness of single blessedness, but the giddycreatures never get to be over 20 years old. Sam Roonc - ALL WOMEN ofr all the pain andsickneasfrom which women suffer Is caused by weakness orf derangement In the organs of JQlKE-TENT- menstruation. always when a woman Is net organs are affected. they are strong and woman Is very seldom Nearly mm well these But when healthy a sick. Winetirduil 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 directjons. address, tfvinir symptoms, Advisory Department' !S Chattanooga The Medicine Co., ChitU- - MlM., MM! rremilar ura and wife should know about the preEld. (lowen will preach at the Un TI12 three banks at Danville have on 5,000 bushels corn wanted. paration that for half a century has deposit 5510,000. will give one dollar and seventy- - ion meeting in tne Presbyterian been helping expectant mothers bring An effort is bung tnadi to have a five cents per barrel for 1,000 bar church Su id lyaijht. little ones into the world without 'i he oil Bap'.iit churc'i at Russell- big state fair at Lixington this season rels of corn delivered at the Pil danger and the hundred and one ville is being torn down and a new grimage Distillery. wood McXees, a young man of Cya- discomforts and distractions Mgr. one will be built Jno. W. Miller, thiana, was seizid with cramps while incident to child-birtIt The Third Uaptist church. Owens- Some breeders complaining of scar bathing iu the Licking and was drownis applied externally, which city of pigs, while others are the re boro, has at lat t'iken action in Comed. is the only way to get relief. The Kentucky summer resorts all re- verse. Surely it mutt be the fault of monwealth's- Attorney Jake Rowe's Medicines taken internally case, aud has turned him out on a - the boar. port good busiucss despite the pleaswill not help and may - charge of drunkenness. James Bourne bought ol Ben Wila it weather that has kept many at result in harm. Be patient with the girl who walks home. mot some heifers at 3c S. B. White, a to a front seat late at church in order 1 by the Internal J. I. Hamilton sold It has ben decide to show a new hat In a few years she Revenue Department that express and nice team of mules for 200. will drop meekry into a bac't seat in 'elegJaph companies must affix the S. B. White bought of Hamilton & order to get out quickly when the labels on packages and messages. Robinson their stallion, Young Jesse, baby cries. Ex. The internal revenue tax receipts in for 400. Georgetown College conferred the Collector John W. Yerkcs's district for fits and prepares every C. W. Anderson bought of J. I. Ham D. D. on no one this year.but the fiscal year en ling June 30 aggre- ilton 3 heifers, averaging 000 pounds, degree of organ, muscle and it struck higher and conferred the de gated S2.tilS,047, an increase of 535,834 at 3 part of the body for gree of LL. D. on Dr. Jesse B. Thomas, over the preceding year. During the two years of 1898 and of Newton Theological Seminary, and the critical hour. It the United States recruiting stat 1897 the number of horses in Iowa de- - on Dr. J. B. Marvin, of Louisville. of its robs child-birt- h ions in Louisville did a thriving basl- crcase.1 159,814.. tortures and pains. Charles Kingsley's rec'pe for being past week, and not ncss during the The Rkcoud's engineer, Carey Mul- less than one hundred men were ac lins, has sold his promising colt to fc. miserable is as follows: "Think about yourself, about what jou want, what quicK anu easy, its cepted. U. White, o.' Richmond, for 100. respect people ought to pay to you, action is doubly bene Cogar & Davis, of Danville, bought Galaee More, winner of the English and what people think of you. In othVficial if used during the whole from George lirown his grain elevator Derby for 1897, has been sold to the er words, center all your thoughts on period of pregnancy. the G S. depot in Nicholasville, Russian Government for 10J,OOJ. This self, and you will have abundance of at $1 per bottle at all drug stores, or which has a capacity of 03,000 bushels. is the largest price ever paid in Brit- misery. sent by mail on receipt of price. for it They paid A special from Princeton, ain for a brood horse. Ky., says The Lexington Union Stock Yard Alex Walker bought a nice brown tue talk of the town is the sensational Books Free, containing valuable infor Company have filed articles of incor horse of Faulconer, of Dan ville for sermon preacnea at Uuion services station to all women, will be sent to any poration with a capital of 0,000. S. L. 85. He also bjujhtof S B White, last night by Rey. J. L. Hill, of the address upon application by Vanmeter. Geo. 11. Whitney and J. I. of Richmond, a pair o nice horses for Cumberland Presbyterian church. He Jones arc the incorporators. denounced all creeds, the confession The Bradfield Regulator Co., :U0 and resold one to him for !0J. Ilallock Rice is reported to have The first new 2:20 trotter of the year of faith of his church and denomina-tionalisAtlanta, Ga. been shot and killed in Johnston :s B.ue Wilkes, who reduced his rec and made a plea for a un county, Kentucky, by Si.u and Reu to 2:19 at the White ion of all the churches. ord from 2:21 Itlj; Reunion. ben Patrick, both prominaut families. Captain Turner Bottom, now known Plains meeting. He is pacing bred on General Gentry has just returned Reuben was arrested but Sam escaped his dam's side, being by Wicklilt'e, out as Rev. Turner Bottom, is carrying on from Crab Orchard, says the HarrodsTom Hayden, colored, was hanged of a mare by Blue Bull, second dam by a big meeting near Cornishville, iu burg Democrat, where he has leased at Hartford, Monday. He said that he Tom Hal Mercer county, assisted by E. S. Wil the property there Sveet Food which will make a pound of son, of Nicholas county, and J. M, days hotel August 1 for the for thirty intended nlavinir "Home, accommo from Home" on a harmonica on the scaffold, beef will make a pound of butter, and Robinson, of Grant count. The A3- dation and pleasure of the great gath but his nerve failed and he had noth while the one may sell for from two vocate says they will go to Willisburg ering of Gentrys expected to pour in id? to say. The penalty of his life to fifteen cents a pound, the latter will from Cornishville, and then to Garrard from the four quarters of the earth. was the killing of Rena Logan, color brin from 15 to 20. With butter there county. Later on they may go to Dan- - The General, who has been the active ed, near Mcllenry, in October, 1S97. is less danger from overproduction, forJ ville. Mr. Bottom is now also licensed prime mover in the family reunion. It seems the City of Louisville has the more crood butter made the more to marry folks. says that a multitude of letters has been padding its school census to geta seems to be wanted. President Mckinley sent cordial reached him from nearly every state in lion's share of the state's per capita, The annual report of the tobacco greetings and best wishes to the Con the Union from Maine to Mississippi Last year, it reported S2.04S children crop of Kentuckj-- , called for by the vention at Nashville and the Christian and he expects fully five hundred and he refused to pony up for that purports to be more than Endeavors of the United States as pjop'e to be present Among other census shows just State laws, number. The new guess. The growers sembled in the 17th international con forms of ammement he has planned a mere 5,919 children, which will make a dif the different tobacco vention of the society, and represent is a colossal surprise party in the wry city. and dealers in ference of G.",000 t: be sent to the "rowing counties should see to it that ing more than 2,500,000 young men and of a fox hunt, which he thinks will be women of the United States alone, a rouser to all the old fi l'.ows in whose At a negro basket meeting at Clay's their counties are not misrepresented Ferr,y Madison county, Sunday, Ed and there is grave reason to believe thanked him for his greeting and ex veins the Gentry blood courses. After Jones and Charles Favors, colored, en that many of the most important pressed their heartiest sympathy with all the guests retire at the termination giged in a pistol duel. Favors was counties have been misrepresented, ei their Christian President, William of the big opening ball. General Gen shot in the leg, and his horse killed, ther in former years or during the McKinley, in his suggestion for a ser try p oposes to have a fresh fox skin Jerry Clay, a bystander was shot in past year or two possbly in all of vice of praise and thanksgiving to Al- trailed all over the place, through the mighty God. They have read the proc grounds, over the porches, under the shots were fired. them fie arm. Twenty-fivlamation at their opening service and windows and then circling out for Whisky was at the bottom of the From every quarter comes reports have united as he desired in prayer for miles away. When every male Gentry t. o lblc. reflecting the conditions and prospects has turned over on his bed to dream of The Chautauqua, which closed Sat of the hay crop now being hrrvested. a speedy peace. The committee having in charge the youthful sports of the past, the Generurday at Lexington, was the most suc Take the reports as a whole, they in cessful in the organization's histori. dicate one of the largest, if not the arrangements for the Seventeenth In al expects to liberate one hundred The official figures show that the meet very largest, hay crop ever gathered, ternational Convention of the Young he unds on the fresh track of the fox People's Society of Christian Endeav right in the main court of the hotel. ing was more successful than the in the United States. From presont or to be held at Nashville, Tennessee, Every man of the Gentry kith and friends of the assembly imagined. It indications the crop will far exceed July 0 to 11, announces to the world kin. at the familiar and charming was found that after all the expenses of last year in quantity, and if that everything is now bay, in readiness, sound of the hounds' are paid there will be about 2,000 to that favorable weather conditions are and the city is anxiously awj.iting the will rush to the scene without going be applied to payment on the debt of throughout the harvest the quality opportunity to welcome the jubilant through the formalitj' of putting on tiic institution. will be far superior to that of a clothes, and, as they gather When the Illinois Central Railroad year ago more clear timothy, gener throngs that will come from every his top there on the porches, so many charm-- e reached its 1.000,000 bale of cotton ally freer from weeds and foreign State, territory and many foreign 1 ghosts, the mad chase will go on unlands. carried into New Orleans during this matter. Hay Trade Journal comThe General Conference of the South til the crack of day drives the season, it made an occasion of it. The Speaking of leaf tobacco, the Cin em Methodists have taken full con- pany indoors. bale was encased in cotton duck with brass hoops and ties and was present- cinnati Journal says there was a deci trol of Vanderbilt University. This Outsiilo Kvploaion. ed to the Cotton Exchange. The cot ded improvement in our market dur was done, to their credit be it said, at Joe Waters says some little boys New Orleans last year ing the present week, nearly all grades the request of the Board of Trustees ton shipped at around Stanford had heard much said amounted to 00,000 more bales than being advanced in price, and particu of the University. The Methodists some had been shipped from that point in larly was this the case in Fine Tobac believe in denominational control of about bad men and had heard co. The offerings were moderate, the denominational institutions. any previous year. The fellow remark that as he was going to strong, the rejections light. Board of Education, created by the war against Spain, he was daily eating The Louisville Post makes the startl demand make increasing somewhat, but Conference, is to make a general can a small quantity of powderto ing announcement that since June 1, Receipts are compared with other jears are, of vass for 1,500,000 for educational pur- him game, so when they got hold of a lbtW, 50 murders have been committed as nickel they straightway invested it in very small, and stocks in the poses. in Jefferson county, the majority of course, the explosive and when their father warehouses continue correspondingly Fifty-simur them in Louisville. The Advocate says Dr. Robert R. caught them eating powder the other light derers should have been arrested and Sutherland, who has for about three day and learned the reason thereof, E. P. McCaslin, of Scott county, years been pastor of the Second Pres he made them think instantaneously punishment been indicted, the heav iest punishment being a sentence of 21 sowed grain from Wisconsin in ground byterian church, of Danville, Unlei-e- d that he had touched off a mine in the years. And yet all these cises are re well prepared and in ground not so hss resignation to the congregatit n seat of their pants, for he sailed into corded on the books of the coroner of carefully prepared, The drill was run in order to accept an urgent call to the them like Dewey did the Spaniards at Jefferson county as cases of murder, back and forth across the ground. pastorate of the Ramsey Memorial Manila, The litttle fellows say they pure and simple. The 50 murders do Now he has two varieties of wheat church, in Knoxville. Dr. Suther didn't know their scheme was loaded not include about SO other killings smooth-heade- d and bearded wheat land's resignation will be heard of with but since the explosion of their dad the same the former being limited to that part regret by his Danville friends. He lies dy's wrath they are so disfigured they that have occured during length of time, but which are said to sown in the well prepared ground and been pleased with his work here, but resemble the Main. have been juctifiable. the latter to that sown in the corn his strong attachment to Knoxville. Congress adjourned last week so far ground. The difference in the envi- and the enthusiastic call for his ser Timely Advice. Robert J. Burdette gives good ad as general interest is concerned, war ronment undoubtedly produced the vices there, have been too much for vice, as follows: "There are young lcgislotion was the most imbortant en phenomenon, but in what manner is a him to withstand. men that do not work, my son; but the acted during the present session al mystery. Ex. though the Seuate devoted more than The Internal Revenue Collectors of world is not proud of them. It does Many Kentucky counties derive three months to the Cuban, Hawaiian large revenue from the bluegrass seed the country estimate that they will not know their names, even, it simply boys. and other questions before hostilities industry, but Mercer is not one of need for the first three months of the speaks of them as old were actually declared, aud subse them, says the Harrodsburg Democrat. operation of the war internal revenue Nobody likes them, nobody hates quently both branches worked diligen There is not as much grass in Mercer 500,000,000 stamps. The department them; the great busy world doesn't tly in passing r ipidly the various county as in Boyle, Lincoln, Jessa- has only been able to'furnish the col even know that they are there. So measures for the equipment of the reg mine and other counties, chiefly be- lectors with one month's estimated find nut what you want to be and do, ular and volunteer forces, the pur cause some years ago the farmers supply. Up to the present the Com son, cn 1 take off your coat and make chase of supplies, amunition, war ves broke up their virgin soil to raise corn missioner of Internal Revenue has dis a dust in the world. The busier you sels, transports and the like. Not to meet the needs of the large number tributed 175,000,000 stamps. The Bu.- - are, tLe less deviltry you will be apt since our own Civil War has there of distilleries in Anderson county. eau of Engraving and Printing in to get into, the sweeter will be your been such activity in legislation and These distilleries bought largely of turning out about 25,000,000 stamps sleep, th j brighter and happier your the voting of so many millioas of dol Mercer county farmers, raising the per day, but the employes are work- holidays, and the better satisfied will lars for the public service. Consider- price on corn, and the slop industry ing day and night to do it the world be with you." ing how much there was to do, Con took many cattle off of bluegrass,leav-in- g Through attorneys Forman & Flood, gress has practically finished its labors Hf amaNUBIAN TEA curcs Indiit idle. These distilleries do not of Lexington, Mrs. Margaret Prince v sia, Constipation and with wonderful rapidity. Among oth- - now use as much corn as heretofore brings suit against the Madison County er bills of interest to the entire coun- and grass fed cattle are commanding (Kj'.) Fair Association for 50,000 dam gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. try that vere passed in the bank' excellent prices. It is high timj ages for the death of her husband, ruptcy bill. That measure had been Mercer county farmers were turning Cant. Prince, of Wheeling, W. Va., R. KINNAIRD'S hanging fire for number years, owing their corn fields back into bluegrass. caused by him falling from an insecure to the wide difference of opinion as to There is more sure money in it, at stand during a trotting race, ine defendants comprise twenty wealthy cit the kind of law that would be effective present, than anything else. izens of Madison county. The acci and at the same time not bear to heav dent was last summer during the Fair A New York dispatch contains the Representing Over ily upon the debtor classes. Among at Richmond. measures that failed to pass are: The following, weich will be of much inQUEEN & CRESCEFT. Nicaragua Canal bill; the railroad pool terest to Kentucky hemp growers: growers in In the following Fire Insurance low Kates. ing bill and an overhauling of the en "The salvation of hemp Companies tire interstate commerce laws; the an- - Kentucky, which, until competition American Library Association; Lake tiscalping bilL Most of these will be arose from the cheap fibres of the Phil wood, (Lake Chautauqua), N. Y., July tna of Hartford. 1898. American Instructors of pressed vigorously during the winter ippines and other tropical countries, Qoeea of America. or short session. Cannon, chairman of was the greatest industry .in that the Deaf, Columbus, O., July Horticulu-ra- l 6 1898. East Tennessee National of Hartfort. the Committee on Appropriations, read State, is believed to he m the blockSociety, Knoxville, Tenn., SepAdmiral Dewey's a statement in the House showing ade of Manila. 1898 Agents in TennesFheaix of Brooklyn. tember what Congress - had appropriated at blockade of the Philippines threatens see only will sell. Meeting of the G. Hartford of Hartford. to create a cordage dearth throughout U. O. O. F, Shelbyville, Ky.,July this session. The total reached 892,- Agents in Kentucky only will Manchester of England. Of this 301,000,000 was for the civilized world. It has doubled 1898. 000,000. ConvenGrowers Tobacco war expenditures and 412,000,000 more the price of Manila rope and twine in sell. Louisville, Kj, July Connecticat of Hartford. 1898. than appropriations for last session of this country, and by doubling the val- tion, Agents in Kentucky only will sell Nortk British and Mercnantile. the last Congress. There were do apmade fortunes for the Annual Grand Session Knights and propriations for rivers and harbors, ue of hemp has who had large stocks Daughters of Tabor, (colored) of KenGerman American of New York. but the sundry civil act made provis- manufacturers Hopkinsville, Ky., July ions for some of these improvements, in reserve. It will create an immense tucky, Agents in "Kentucky only will Lirerpool and London and Glebe. best 1898. nor were there any new public build- demand for Kentucky hemp, the deal sell. State Grand Lodge U. B. F. and many cordage in the world, and I also represent the old reliable ings provided for. ers believe will result in the restora- S. M. T., Cynthiana, Ky., August only Agents i n Kentucky tion of that great industry to the 1898. 1 L carefl New York Life B A.N once held in Kentucky. The will sell. Tenth Triennial National-Councof Congregational Churches, 9 Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Bheu- - place initthe Philippines will prevent a war 1898. Ore., July Portland, iUv VWWr full crop for several seasons." USUI KUU DUrc0. I Soita Mutual OF LEXINGTON, KY. Milt Co., OVER $104,000.00 PAID IN MATURITIES. OVER $36,000,00 RESERVED and SURPLUS. FOLLOWING COUPONS MATUREE JUNE '98 SPECIAL REDEMPTION. Coup. No. Mother's THE Friend 131S Ref. No. 662 720 724 728 734 744 747 750 751 7i 750. 762.. 766. 770. 774. 773- - 79o. 793- 796. 797-143- So 1 . 755 758 759 761 S03. 806. 807. S09. 4 763 766 1790 769 772 775 777 1436 779 811. 814. 81S. 819. 822. 825 S30. 831.- . 827- - 72 834. S35. 882 785 3576 3644 3694 3743 3S16 3S79 837. 4446. 4526. 4582. 4679- Cost. Address. Name. .D. B. Good, Lexington, Ky .... $ 49-$ .D. B. Jones, Lexington, Ky 48.50 Good & Co., Lexington, Ky. . . . 48.50 .D. B.Jones, Lexington, Ky 47oO E. B. Wrenn, Lexington, Ky . . . 45 50 .G. R. Spillman, Danville, Ky 4650 G. R. Spillman, Danville, Ky . . . 46.50 .G. R. Spilman, Danville, Ky . . . 4650 . 48.50 .D. B. Good, Lexington, Ky G. R. Spillman, Danville, Ky. . . . 4650 .John L. Fischer, Louisville, Ky, 45oo .D. B. Good, Lexington, Ky 48.50 .Geo. R. Spillman, Danville, Ky . . 46.50 .Geo. R. Spillman, Danvillit, Ky. . 46.50 Geo. R. Spillman, Danville, Ky 46.50 .Geo. R. Spillman, Danville, Ky. - 46.50 . 48.50 .Good & Co., Lexington, Ky D. B. Good, Lexington, Ky .... . 4S.50 .B. Manwaring, Danville, Ky 48.50 .0. R. Marshall, Lexington, Ky. O. R. Marshall, Lexington, Ky.. . 4S.50 G. M. Asher, Lexington, Ky . . . . 4S.50 H: H. Hale, Lexington, Ky .... 45 5o .G. M- - Asher, Lexington, Ky ... . 4S.50 . 4800 . ..D. B. Good, Lexington, Ky . 48oO .D. B. Good, Lexington, Ky . 48.50 .D. B. Good, Lexington, Ky . . 43-5. Paid. 141.00 138.00 138.00 135 00 129.00 132.00 123.00 132.00 138.00 132.00 129.00 138.00 132.00 132.00 132.00 132.00 138.00 23.00 138.00 13S.00 13S.00 13S.00 129.00 138.00 13.00 13S.00 138.00 79-4- Dr. John A. Larrabee, Louisville, 34.50 34-534-5- 79-4- d 33-5- 4514. 4729. .Z. T. 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