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NUMBER 16 ; A NP, A STTTVR LilllUAOliliri, : TCV TP RTF) AY ) .TTTIW 99 UL1, i 2 fftQft TERMS OP PCBSCRIFTICN: $lMver Year in Advance. lire Ifou Thinking I IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. County Court Mondiy. Call 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. at Edminst m's Kandy Kitchen. Rob- I hare for sale a fine Jersey cow. A iplendid milker. Mrs. Jesse Wa'.dea. G. S. Gaines will not allow any Bine Grass to grow udder his feet. Come and see ais priced? Straw hats at cost, at Logan & inson's. Tuompson':iyr Sewing maaliine nee.iles and oil at North cott will payyyou for old hens. s 4 and 5c Blue The Old Reliable alwavs on Too in quality ancF'guantity, at the Bottom in T. Citkrky. Prices. Everything is fresh at the Groceiy. est on earth. The new superior Disc Drill, the fin Do not fail to see G. S. Gaines before you buvK J. R. Haselden, W. Col. V. G. Welch. J ho.ne by saving a small amount each J. C Hemphill, SecW.K week. 'I Buy ice from Northcott and it will The gang of little negroes in the be delivered daity. work house was made to cut the weeds and clean up the Pub'ic Square. Gocd Courier-Journand The IIecord one year for only SI. 25. The Blue Grass Grocery has opened the eyes of the people. Their prices A. Beazley & Co. for bar cannot be duplicated. Go to J. I. Williams gains in furniture. B. Fay Mills at High Bridge Satur day and Sanday. ' Stanford. Lancaster. Low Prices.-Fo- WELSH & WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law, Lancaster Ky. All business attended to promptly " """1 BEAZLET& BAUGHMAK. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, the next thirty days we will give you unheard of prices on buggies and harness. All the latest fancy groceries kept W. J. Romans Carriage Co. by the Blue Grass. ISourbon Steam Laundry. Take advantage of our Courier-JournMiss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the great. otfer. Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your tf Pure lloaie-madcandies at E Imins-ton'- s orders at Sweeney's store. Kandy Kitchen. W. J. Romans is now better prepared to do all kindabf repair work n The best two horse wagon on thi vehicles than everbefore. and will do market at G. S. Gaines'. good honest wo;lt al very low prices. I would like to do your plain sewA Few Left. ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. suits I have a few more Tailor-mad- e that I will make to your measure for Nothing but the purest ingredient used at EJmiuston's Ktndy Kitchen 310.00. Don't mis; th's opportunity to get oae J. C. Heinphill. All kinds fancy candies made fresh), Don't fail to see our line of Ladies every day at Edminstion' Kandy Kitchx'ords that we are closing out at 50 en. par cent, less than manufacturers cos. Ring 9 j, the Blue Grass Grocery for Lo?an & Robinson. nice, cheap groceries. Prompt delivS.'cure your home through the Lanery. caster Building & Loan Association, and it will cost you no nire than, you are now paying out for rent. A well improved home and lot J. C. Hemphill, Secy. J. C Hemphill, Real Estate Ag't I-'s e No old, shelf-wor- n Blue Grass Grocery. goods at the ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM- BALMING a SPECIALTY. Furniture, Carpets, Lancas' er, Ky. &c. Property Bought. 25 to 30 per cent saved on the do'lir Dr. Evans has bought of Mrs. Marrs means a good deal to you at the Blue G ass Grocery. her property on Richmond street for l,U)0. Dr. Evans will now reside here J'or Sal. Wheel. He is a good physician permanentlj'. A high frame Victor Biuyc'e, in good and a christian gentleman. Our cit order, or will exehangejio'r a good, izens are always glad to welcome such gentle horse. a man into their midst. J. CktlKjH'Hii.r. ,!ft?f1!f!!f!tf!in!f1!f!tf!!f!!f1?mf1?f!1f1!f!!n!n?F!!Ff 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 Ladies and Childrens Shoes and Slippers worth from $1.50 to $2.50. We are closing these goods out at 25c to $1.25. Get first choice. Logan & Robinson. y W i- V - iUiUiUiUiUiUiiiiUiUiUiUiUiUlUiUiUiUiUiiiiUiii Guards Replaced. offering some big bargains at The Richmond turnpike people and in Ladies Oxfords, sizes 1 and 1 , 2 50 Judge Burnside went to Stanford, as 50c and 75c; regular price Logan fc Robinson. aa I S3 00. stated in last issue of The Record, to see Judge Sai fiey about replacing the What you pay out for rent is gone guards at the gates. As state 1 before forever. You can pay the same amount no affidavit W'as filed before Burnside into the Lancaster Building & Loan and he refused to furnish guards. At Association and own your home. jPTry Stanford the affidavit was forthcoming J. C. HemDhill, Secy. this. and, of course, Jude Saufley had to -All persons oweing notes or ac put the guards back. They are now counts to the Arm of W. R. Robinson on duty at tho double g ite & liro. can save cost and much annoy Declamatory Contest. ance by settling same at once. Nearly all arrangements have been j. U noDinson completed for the Declamatary Confor W. R Robinson & Bra test to be given at the Court House on Quite a number of good homes ia' the evening of August 9th. The adLancaster were secured through the mission to all parts of the house will -Lancaster Building & Loan Associa be only twenty-fiv- e cents, and seats ANDtion. Why do yon not secure one? may be securel at Stormes drug store J. C. Hemphill, Secy now. Miss Julia Reid, who has the the matter in charge, has succeeded in Taken up as Estray. getting together an excellent list of Five black and two red hogs, weight speakers and the contest promises to about DO pounds. Come to my place be the best ever given in Lancaster. It June 1st O.vner cin have same by is for the benefit of the Baptist church proving property and paying cnarges. and should be well patronized. E. M. Carmack, July 15, 18D& 3L Paint Lick, Ky., The Itauk Taxes. Representatives o; the local banks Our lines of Wanted. met with the City Council to discuss 150,000 bushels of wheat deliered the tax It at our warehouse. Highest cash price Council question. thewas agreed by the to accept taxes due for '97 paid on delivery. Best lump and block two Pittsburg coal, !)c. Salt, Lime, Sand, and 1803, This years,beand run back no further. will perfectly agreeCement and farming implements. able to all right thinking people, as to C. C. Glass & Hko. extend the taxes bae'e further would Camp Nelson, Ky. put a tremendous burden on the banks, A Success, is the l'alisudes. and it would not be right to put any . Mrs. B ktow is meeting with much more burden on them than on an indisuccess as manager of the Palisades vidual. 'J he banks will pay about this season. This delightful resort Si.OOO into the city's treasury by this has been more liberally patronized agreement this summer than ever before. Mrs. Uridgo Camp Meeting. Bristow's old Lancaster friends are LEFT YET IN The Camp Grounds will be full of SOME GOOD THIHG-glad of her success. interest this year with lively programs, fine speakers, excellent music Colored Teachers Institute. 5 The Colored Teachers Institute for and crowds of delighted and app'recia-tiv- e 1 4 wn people. Lw rates during the Garrard county, for the current school year, will be held at the Court House Camp Meeting and special low Sunday in Lancaster, beginning Monday, Aug- rates for Sendays, July 24th and 31st, ust 1st, and continue live days. In- will be made via the Queen & Crescent Route. Special Sunday train service structor Wm. D. Thomas. will be run July 24th and 31st, for conEi.isa. J. Lt'SK, Supt tf. venience of patrons between SomerLESS THAU White Teachers Institute. set and High Bridge, ask your ticket The White Teachers Institute for agent for full particulars, or see small Garrard county for the current year, bills. will be held at the Court llouoe in You May Kxpect It. Lancaster, beginning Monday, August When you come to town Monday 8th and continue five days. Institute you may expect to be asked to pay instructor, Prof. W. E. Lumley. The Rkcoud what you owe it to date. Ei,isa J. Lusk. Supt tf. A good many promised to pay last court day, but forgot to do so. 'lhese Kids Wanted. I will receive sealed bids from now .ittle amounts make a big sum wl e.i until August 1, lb'JS, for laying a side added together, and we arc needing money as badly as th? fellow in walk (according to specifications laid the 1 in town laws from Northcott's Texas needed the pistoL Two repredown Semin sentatives o The Record will be on pDultry house to corner of old the street all day Monday and a gilt- Sq. ary property. Length 200 feet by 0 edged invitation be given feet wide. Bidder to do grading and each man owing willto fork out out to us &what furnish all material. J. B. Kinnaird. is due. Jfo Sunday I'apers. "s possible that the second regiment A New Doctor, Crab Orchard Springs. Because two or three parties are op- well be orderedto Porto Ri co. bat as A Record representative had the posed to Sunday mails, the reading every regiment there is exerting all Oae of his relatives te'.ls Tiie Recoud that Dr. Burnett, of Windsor, Ills., pleasure of spending Sunday at Crab public is completely cut off from get- energy to get to take the trip, thcra will move to Lancaster about Septem- Orchard Springs. For the past year ting the daily papers and is compell- is no telling who will be ordered. ber 1st to practice his profession. Dr. or so this famous old resort has been ed to pay ten cents apiece for them Hold Your Orders. o Mr. Thomp steadily winning back its reputation and send a man Windsor is a either to Stanford or I will be better equipped than ever, son Arnold and is widely known in and people from all over the country Danville for them. Ihe papers are a suit of Garrard county. He was here a few have learned that they can now go carried by here on the night trains in the Fall, to sell days since, looking over the ground there and get the best fare and treat- and thrown off at Richmond where clothes, at the lowest prices, guaranand was well plcassd with the outlook. ment to be found anywhere. There they stay until Monday morning. We teeing a perfect fit I will have Samare now some-15guests there and the believe that with as much hustle as ples from best houses in Louisville, Easy tu Understand. Chicago, Philadelphia and Buffalo. crowd is made up of the very the average daily paper has, it will Col. Gaither has forbidden his men For a vacation which will be stir some one up over this matter if Look before buying. M. D. Hughes, Agent eating the trash sent from homo. Of perfect socially and in physical beneis called to it At any rate course the cake, jam, etc., sent the fits, we know of no better place to vis- attention this article will be marked and sent to l'olicc Court. soldier boys makes them sick. Those it than Crab Orchard Sprinsr. the leading papers for what it is worth. Judge Brown had a number of case brave and energetic enough to go As matters now stand the Saturday before liira this week. It is one of the were never used to such stuff. The Will Not be Here. afternoon papers are not in Lancaster most diflicult things in the world to ones raised on jimaud sweet meats We got a little mixed up on Bro. until Monday morning, and are deliv- convict the average Police Court ofare still at home having these dainties Gowen's card last week and said lie ered with Sunday's edition. We hope fender. The parties get into troublo "mom- - would preach Sunday. 'W e have poked into their mouths by rethis will be fixed, then we can be an- and while mad swear out the warrant. mer." ceived another card fr.m our good noyed by those opposed to the Sunday By the time the friend saying he will not be here next mails wanting to borrow our Suudaj-pape- angry passions case comes to trial the Let the'Good Work Proceed. of the witness have Sunday, and we can make affidavit to The straight goods dosed out to evil subsided and nine out of every ten of the correctness of this announcement doers by Judge Brown in the Police them will then refuse to swear against Mistaken Idea. Court th's week will do great good if there are any doubting Thomases. the one under triaL If the ptrties evHe says he saw the St Louis on her toward "civilizing" the toughs on BatAn idea is prevalent that the Gen-tr- er get a Chance to 'talk it over' it'd way from delivering Cervera to Antle Row. When Judge Brown thinks have rented the entire hotel good bye conviction. Eliza Reed is napolis, and that there were six of a prisoner guilty he does not hesitate property at Crab Orchard Springs for quite a bad 'un on the Chute and the to stick a fine on him. He is a splen? Watson's colliers there when he wrote. their reunion. We have it from the other negroes are afraid of her. SevHe has seen many of those wounded at did judge and is doipg his utmost to eral warrants wore sworn out against Santiago en route to the hospitals,and proprietor that only a special rate has break up the devilment which is con been made the Gentryrs, and while her this week, charging her with abuthe signs of war are on every hand. stantly kicked up on the notorious there will be a great crowd of them on sive language, breach of the peace, "Chute." Kleht Man Put On, hand, yet Mr. Hofraann can make etc., but the court could onl3' pump The City Council ha& at last deter- room for any guests who may come. out enongh evidence to fix one fine of Push It Along:. 55. and costs. Harriet Shanks was We heard another railroad man say mined to put a stop to the shooting The property has not been leased for fined SI and cost for using abusive Sunday that be believed that with a and general devilment kicked up in thU occision. There will be a trelanguage and the jury acquitted little encouragement the L. & N. peo- town at night Wednesday they ap mendous crowd at the Springs during dore Young for lighting. A Theogeneral day passenger trains pointed Joe Petty as night policeman this reunion, and the occasion will be ple would run the fight over this branch of their road. Let's and ho at once entered upon his du- one to be long remembered, but for groes between about six or eight netook place on this disreputable pull together on this matter, brethren, ties. Mr. Petty is a splendid man for those desiring to spond a time th re street Saturday night in which severto rest and the chances are good for getting the place. He is strictly sober, and is health-givin- and get the benefits of the al of g the participants were cut and waters we would advise them. You see how the other trains not afraid to swear against any man bruised up. As they are all working were gotten, so why stand bae'e sim- he catches violating the law, Mr. them to go either before or after the to keep the case out of court, the Marply because some goardheads sa3 there Walker will remain as day 'man. The big reunion. The Geutrys assemble shal has not yet succeeded in getting Council is determined to stop pistol there August the 1st, but the probabilis no chance for the improvement warrants shooting on the streets, and the usual ities are that by the end of that week eventually for them all, but says he will land them before Judge Ministers Invited. hullaballoa on Battle Row. If neces- there will be ample room to accommo- Brown. Mrs. Emma Buford Bristow, mana sary they will employ an additional-madate all. for night work. Ihree cheers for ger "of the Palisades, at High Bridge, Tfca RrJ U the behest arsdo baktmq The Lancaster Company. requests The Rkcohd to extend an in the Council llMfi ActMl tests Mow it goes oa 1feM fartacr taa ay etW braai. vitation to all the ministers of the The question is often as'ced, "Will Of Course. county to come and hear B. Fay Mills A "Knot on a Log" was hearl to say the home company be ordered South?" at the Palisades next Saturday and the other day, "Its awful to have to We have made inquiry at the regimenSunday. This will be a good opportu wait 'til o'clock every day for tal headquarters for information on nity to hear the great man. and our the mail." 4 Now CoL Gaither says they such chumps as this this point and should not fail to go over. people do not take into consideration the ten can not tell what will be done. If the is wanted it will not be notithousand advantages given the town re'giment For Throwing Hooks. fied of the fact until a very few days, A herd of little negro boys were by the recent change of trains, but and maybe hon s, before the time to fined in the Police Court this week for want to find fault if there's the least start All talk going the rounds as to throwing rocks on the streets. This is possible chance. The man who made what the boys are going to do is sima good move, for it throwing rocks is the above quoted remark gets about ply wind, as-- they do not know anypermitted to go by 'unnoticed, the pis one letter in ten years, and puts in more about it at Chickamanga than tol shooters and midnight hades rais fourteen hours a day pressing the seat we do here at home. The home comers ''will soon think they can indulge of his breeches against a chair. We pany is getting along nicely, has no in the serious offense of throwing wish such kickers as thess were in s'ekness and the biys are well . rocks. You know one evil leads to a Halifax and we held a r.ceipt for It has no mama's dirling?, who to still greater one. and the pistol shoot. 'em. Any community that wishes have to be fed with a spoon, or nursed ers win soon oegiu 10 tnrow rocics i prosper can get aloag remarkably well pa a milk bottle three times a day, to there is not a stop put to it bow. A without suck cattle, but they la fast I rami OOl( MV YQMU feirery tows. everything is aoriaff along well. It stiteh la time, U. We are WE ARE MAKING SPECIA LOW N PRICES O H Ladies Fancy Hosiery CORSETS STILL GO AT REDUCED PRICES Ladies' m Miss n i tt IT M Wl. TheLOBA II urn Mil i North Side Pub. nmm m ISL I Lancaster, u Ky. best-peopl- r. mi POWDER satis-fled- Vnr,rifHtMTfcWilt CENTKAJb RBCOBP BUCKEYE. aarnost Mai Qan. Miles has sailed from Santiago with four AMONG THE CHURCHES. Mrs. Nelson Dean is very sick of tyr batteries of light artillery, and 6,200 phcid feyer. oowooooooooooooowooi men have sailed from Tampa. Other KVKRY VEEK BY Harden Price had a hemorragc of r troops are embarking at Charleston has be Gladstone's LOUIS LAXDRA.X, Publisher. the lungs last week. and two divisions will move from come' a Gospel Missionary. Chickamauga. The troops which sail LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, Joseph Simpson sold to Mr. Burdine, The recent Italian census shows 02.- ed will land at ones and await the ar 003 Protestants in a population of 31,- - of Jessamine, one yoke oxen at 93. rival of the remainder of the armj 0 JO, 000. W. B. Burton sold to Pony Beazley, .$1.00 YAK, IN ADVANCK. The landing place, it is said, will be for October delivery. cattle at 4 . .50 " Rev. Henry Faulconer has reorgan SONS Months. within thirty miles of San Juan. . .25 " A heavy rain fell here Sunday and ized his Bible class in the Presbyterian Sunday the flig of the American re Sunday School. It is composed of Monday, and the high water of Paint public was flung to the breezs from young men. Lick cirried off hogs, chickens, geese, the house of the Civil Government in July, 22,- - 1898 FRIDAY, The Lancaster Baptists are making trees, boxes and barrels, etc. Santiago.- - Three hours earlier Gen. up money to have the windows in the Clayton Wearen, who has a position Admiral Sampson's last bombard Toral had met" Gen. Shatter between building cut down and fitted out in A good the Lakeland Asylum, and Miss Spaniards are like Indians. the lines of the opposing armies and ment of Santiago destroyed Indian is a dead Indian. handed him his sword in token of the modern style. The contest spoken of Mote Nave, of Danville, were guests buildings. final surrender according to the terms elsewhera in The Record, is for this of Mrs. Thornton Anderson one eve When Gen. Shatter entenid Santiago greed upon Gen. Shatter returned purpose and the people should patron ning last week. A young lady of this The only charge of any consequence ever made by the Cuban soldiers has he found it had been sacked by the the weapon to the Spanish command ize it place seemed to be the drawing card. g b'ien that upon the commissary de Spaniards. Nothing is more than to Miss Nell Ray left Sunday to visit her er, immediately alter ward the Span partment Nearly 00,000 of the 75,000 volunteers ish troops began depositing their arms. hear an entire congregation join in on aunt, Mrs. Ben Hughes, of Mercer. asked for by the president in his sec Maj. Gen. Shatter reports that 7,000 E Dickerson spent Sunday in Crab familiar hymn And nothing grates We hope the doctors will succeed in ond call for troops have been recruited rifles and 600,003 cartridges were sur on the nerves like having to sit and Orchard. Miss Hattie Jones is with now stamping out the small-po- x and most of them have been mustered rendered. The raising of the Ameri isten to two or three persons "chaw" friends in Nicholasville. W. T. Noel the state before the political speaker into service. can flag over Santiago was an impres on a song which no one ever heard be and family, and Miss Nora Ray, visit These two makes his appearance. The terms of surrender give the sive scene. The conquering army was fore and even those trying to sing it ed in Kirksville Saturday and Sunday. plagues united would soon completely Spanish guerrillas and irregulars the represented, besides its general officers don't know. For pitty's sake do your W. H. Ray has returned home from a depopulate poor old Kentucky. practicing at homo "brethren and sis- visit to sick relatives in Mercer. C. W. privilege of remaining in Cuba on pa by only a regiment of infantry and Brown and wife, spent Sunday and role, instead of being sent to Spain, if squadron of cavalry, as the American teren." Some people are saying the end of they so elect. army will not enter the city uatil the A Baptist paper says Heroic Hobson Monday with Mr. B 's parents near the war is near. Don't believe that. Capt Gen. Blanco has cabled the Spaniards haue embarked. As the howed his Baptist blood in the letter Buena Vista. dear reader. The Spaniards will quit Spanish government that Santiago Aug went up every American uncover- written to his sister before he started The editor of the Evans City, Pa. when every devil of 'em has had his was surrendered without his knowl ed, and as the wind shook out its folds on his war journey, as follows: "Feel Globe, writes. "One Minute Cough toes turned to the dasies by an Amer edge. Gen. Toral will be tried by the bands burst out with the strains ing that there has been earnestness of Cure is rightly named. It cured my ican bullet. They have not enough Banner," while effort in my life, ready to accept any children after all other remedies fail of ''The l. sense to quit. The subscriptions to the new 3 per Cupron's bottery, from its position out consequences, I hope to put aside every ed." It cures coughs, colds and all side the city, boomeb a salute. Thous thought and bend entirely to the work throat and lunir troubles. Stormes The Cubans have proven to be utter- cent, war loan 20,000,000, including ands of people witnessed the scene in hand, to go in without Drug Store. lm soldiers, and from all the offers made by syndicates, amount ly worthless as The Ninth and Thirteenth infantry any preoccupation or diverting thought indications they are not worth a coun ed to Sl.200.000. or six times the detailed to remain in the city to pre leaving all issues to the God that rules BRYANTSVILLE. terfeit blank for anything. Uncle Sam amount of the issue. serve order. The Spanish prisoners over all, to whom we must refer the There are now fully 030 cases of yel are to camp outside the American mystery will finally have to take absolute con of life and the mystery of Rev. Clark filled his regular appoint trol of the island and the sooner he ow fever under treatment in the army lines until transports are ready for death." ment here Sun lay. ore Santiago, but the mortality is does so the better it will be. the n. As early as 4 a. m. the refugees Says the Forest Review, of July 14 very light, and Maj. Gen. Miles think Miss Mittie Dunn began her school began returning to Santiago. They negroes are to be hung the worst is over. The type appears presented a pitiable sight and found "lhe following is taken from the Al at Herring's school house, Monday the If none but oany inuiana) journal, concerning in Kentucky, it would be a mighty to be mild. no relief there. The stores had been the Rev. David Dempster, of the Dan 18th. one of them Sick headache, biliousness, constipa robbed and nothing to eat could be good idea to white-wasMrs. A. S. nasclden purchased of ville 1 heological Seminary, who is now before sending him to glory. The tion and all liver and stomach trout had anywhere in the city. Many of Elliott, his house and lot at the guest of his brother, the pastor of Dr. Mack S0D0. sight of a white man dangling at the lesican be quickly cured by using those the nvssrable refugees had fallen by of the Presbytarian church of North this place, for rope's end would have a decidedly famous little pills known as DcWitt's the wayside. Marshal Hughes has bought a lot in Baltimore: "Rev. David Dempster re good effect in the grand old Common Little Early Risers. They are pleas 'lhe dissatisfaction of the Cubans be turned to North Balti Danville, and will erect a dwelling in wealth. ant to take and never trripe. Stormes cause Santiago was not turned over to more, Ohio, his home at Mr. Dempster the near future. Thursday. lm Drug Store. Mrs. J. II. Burke is on the sick list them is very pronounced. So much occupied the pulpit of the Presbyteri The obedience of the Spanish sol In Maj. Gen. Shafter's report of the friction has developed that the War an church, morning and evening. He this week. Little Edna Berkele, who diers is simply remarkable. If the otb surrender of Santiago he says on en Department thinks it will be prudent is a very eloquent and able preach r has been quite sick, is improving. er qualifications of a soldier were well lived up to they would have the tering the city he discovered a per to keep a larger part of Gen. Shafter's and by his genial manner made many Miss Kathe Jennings, of Lower Gar and de army at Santiago than was at first friends in Albany during his brief best army in the world. Uut doing feet entanglement of defenses, rard, and Miss Bessie Ballard, of Paint have what they are told seems to be the on' clares that it would with cost 5,000 contemplated, both as a precautio stay. Lick, are the guests of Mrs. R. S. ly redeeming feature. They have no lives to take the town did the 1. Span against Spanish attack and to hold the Our baby has been continually Uaselden, this week. Miss Bettie they July Cubans in check. troubled with colic and cholera Browning, of Lexington, is the pleas iudirment whatever, neither officers iards fighting as The harbor of Santiago will be clear fantum since his birth, and all that ant guest of Mrs. T. C. Armstrong or men. ed of mines as speedily as possible, and we could do for him did not seem MARKSBURY. Mrs. G. T. Ballard and little daughter Oxe well versed on array matters then be utilized as a naval station and give more tnan temporary relief, uc Annie Belle, of Paint Lick, are visit A number of young people were roy til we tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cho ing friends and relatives here. Miss writes that we ought not be too se harbor of refuge. It is admirably fit vere in criticizing Gen. Shatter by ted to be a safe resort for American ally entertained by Miss Kate Moore lera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Since Lula Burke has retured from a visit to saying he rushed into the San Juan shipping in the hurricane season which and brother last Thursday evening. giving that remedy he has not been Perryville. Miss Maggie Jennings Every one present say that they never troubled. We want to erive you this has returned to her home in Danville, fiirht in order to win fame. He was is now upon us. doubtless going on orders from Wash testimonial as an evidence of our grat after a pleasant visit to her grand It is expected by the navy depart spent a more enjoyable evening. ington and the reports of those who ment that but few ships of Adm. Samp George Durham cut down a largi itude, not that you need it to advt r mother. Master Julius Elliott tise pour meritorious remedy. 'J. M. spending the week with his brother, took part in the fight will probably son's squadron will enter the harbo black walnut tree near his residence, cive accounts of it which will throw at Santiago. Enough vessels will be few days ago which has quite a histo Law, Keokuk, Iowa. For sale by R. Dr. Mack Elliott. Little Miss Maran entirely different light oa the mat sent in to put the harbor in condition ry, it was owned by wm. .Parks in E McRoberts. lm. guerite Jones, is visiting Mrs. Jeff ter. for naval operations and the needs of 1S01. He died in 1833 of cholera, and Dunn. Mr. Jeff Cheatham has return PREACHERSVILLE. his son then came in possession, American interests. ed to Chickamauga, after a brief visit The report is going the rounds that to his parents. "I have used Chamberlain's Coug took great interest in its development. Fine rains continue to fall. Hon. George Davison will not be Remedy in my famiy for years and Some of the branches measured from "I think DjWitt's Witch nazal Salye and will not always with good results," says Mr. 43 to 50 feet from the body, and when J. L. Hutchins bought 0 shoats frcm candidate for is the finest pieparation on the market Rev. F. B. Jones for S1&50. allow his name to be used. Now, W. 1J. Cooper of EL Rio. Cal. "For cut down it measured 4 feet 5 inches for piles." So writes John C. Dunn, of the republicans want to put up a can small children we find it especially across the stump. Mr. Durham sold it G. A. S.ler has gone to the mounWheeling, W. Va. Try it and you will didate who is a typical gentleman, effective." For sale by R. E. McRob to parties who will ship it to England, tains after a load of sheep. think the same. It also cures eczema true Kentuckian, a man thoroughly erts. Misses Susie Sutton and Katie West Mr. and Mrs. John Cress have gene and all skin diseases. Stormes Drug lm equipped, and in whom there is abso are visiting friends and relative to Rockcastle county on a visit. lm Store. lutely no guile, why don't thev induce Gen. Miles is anxious to remove the near Bettis. Miss Minnie Johnson, troops from Cuba as soon as possible. J. C. Siler received of Davis AnderHon. James W. Caper ton, of Madison even if thev have to be kept on the Marcellus, is the pleasant guest son 2D odd hogs at 813.50 per hundrjd. CARTERSVILLE. to become a candidate? Let it be transport ships for a time before mov Miss Sadie Aldridge. Mr. Ed Perkins The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. case of the office seeking the man. ing against Porto Rico, and is there has excepted a position in the Blue Ben Kennedy is very sick at this time. F. A. Koehler i improving slowly. fore eagerly awaiting the determina Grass Grocery at Lancaster. Miss M Wm. Smith opened school at Wood- Rev. M. C. Reed, of West Virginia, With all the talk of peace, nothing tion of the further campaign the riam Herring, of Louisville, after sev preached at the Methodist view last Monday. on the subject has church here direct or indirect eral weeks visit to her cousin, Miss Washington government. Mr. Caldwell has opened school with Saturday and Sunday night. bien received from Spain. Uncle Sam Men-daThe Government has advertised for Sarah Herring returned home in 'the mean time is going straight The darkey, George Stephenson, a good attendance. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Bogie spent ahead with preparations to make an sealed proposals for the transportation Sunday in Danville, were accompan Huckleberry picking is in full blast who is to be hung at Stanford, was other sweep of the Dons and no to Spain of 1,000 Spanish officers an ed home by little Miss Mattie Lee raised and lived in sight of this place. There is a large crop. 24,000 enlisted men. The Spanish time is being lost in parleying. Hughes. Mrs. W. M. Kuykendall and Miss Waidie Thompson, who has Ed Koehler's baby has the whooping seems that the American authorities troops in the city are now said to num daughters, have returned from a two been very sick for some time, is able cough, and is very low. ber only 7,000 men, while the number at Washington have at last come weeks' visit to ML Washington. Mr. to be out again. Owen Anderson, who J. 11. Conn can save you money on the conclusion that the Spaniards wi in the surrendered district is variously and Mrs. John Woods, accompanied has typhoid fever is doing very well. repairing vehicles, machinery, guns, have to be whipped into submission given at 22,500 to 24,000. by their little son and daughter, of Persons troubled with diarrhoea will clocks, watches, &c E. C Blanks, of Lewisville, Texas and no more time will be wasted Danville, spent last week with Mrs. be interested in the experience of Mr. Our village is on a boom, a baker- beating the devil around the stump. writes that one box of De Witt's Witch Woods' sister, Mrs. Charles Burdet W. M. Bush, clerk of Hotel Dorrance shop, all but the striped pole, will go Hazel Salve was worth $30,000 to him. "During the hot weather summer R. I. He says; "For sey- - to Wallaceton to get that. The president continues to make It cured his piles of ten years stand had a severe attack of cholera morbu Providence,1 eral years have been almost a con officers out of the sons of senators and ing. He advises others to try it J. R Conn handles the largest and frenecessitating my leaving my business. nicest line of coffins, caskets, shrouds. others who have the necessary pull. also cures eczema, skin diseases and says Mr. C. A. Hare, of Hare Bros. stant sufferer from diarrhoea, the quent attacks completely prostrating &c, in the county. Can supply from officers are ves obstinate sores. Stormes Drug Store, These Fincastle, Ohio, ''After taking two me and rendering me unfit for my lm here or at Paint Lick. ted with as much authority as a reg The Cubans are not pleased with the or threee doses of Chamberlain's Colic, duties at this hotel. About two years educated soldier and in som ularly cases are placed over regulars. Such situation at Santiago. They think unoiera and uiarrnoea Kemeay i was ago a traveling salesman kindly gave Win your battles against disease by completely relieved and iu a few hou me a small bottle of Chamberlain's action is a disgrace to the country. Gen. Garcia should be made Govornor Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, acting promptly. Oae Minute Cough General of the surrendered territory, was able to resume my work in the Much to my surprise and delight its Cure produces immediate Most of ho.e appointed are not worth results. sincerely recommend it to a pewter cuss and could not whip a ca and threaten trouble if ignored. The store. I effects were immediate. Whenever I When taken early it prevents consump any one afflicted with stomach symptoms of the disease I would tion. And in later stages it furni felt nary bird. Itut merit is not consider residents of the city seem to regret the by R. E. fortify myself against the attack with ed these days. It is money and polit departure of Spanish sovereignty, but bowel trouble." For sale a few doses of this valuable remedy. shes prompt relief. Stormes Drug Im McRoberts. icians who control the country and are reconciled by American supplies of lm The result has been very satisfactory Store. they run things to suit their own sweet food. and almost complete relief from the affliction." For sale by R. E. McRobMoCREARY. selves. to be supplied The volunteers are The Record and Courier Journal SI. lm. erts. with cartridges containing smokeless Born to the wife of Jno. A. Saunders Lucien- - Young and his little "nist, powder. Smokeless powder is also be has been doing some noble work for ing supplied to the navy. Several a boy. Sam. Taking this fact into con cruisers and numerous gunboats now Uncle J. B. Warner and Alex Walker who sidcration, his Kentucky have magazines filled with it. The suc- were on the sick Hit last week are re should make a nght to get him pre cess of the smokeless powder used by ported better. moted to a good berth on the new bat the Spaniards has demonstrated the The sad death of Jim Johnston who tleship Kentucky. If the authorities necessity for its use died at Chickamauga and was buried will not make him the commander, There is a difference of opinion as to in Lancaster Saturday was a surprise they will doubtless give him a big lift how the Porto Rican expedition should to his many friends at this place. All in some way to recognize the brave be made up. Gen. Miles wants to take who know Jim liked him for he was deeds done in the present war. II many of the regiments now before San good boy and made a host of friends mends are legion, and if they will tiago. Gen Brooke wants to take OR wherever he went a united pull they will surely many regiments as possible from his make Died, last Friday. Georgie, infant help the gallant Lucien to a much corps at Chickamauga. The surgeons daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Nave more prominent place. disapprove the plan of using the troops and was buried in Lancaster Saturday. now at Santiago. has been gathered lhe little rose-buThe good old town of Richmond Capt. Gen. Blanco at Havana will be to a brighter world; by the one who to undergo another local option elec deprived of all means of communica said "suffer little children to come un tion. These elections create more ex tion with his government at Madrid to me. The family has the sympathy citement and hard feelings among the except through a strict censorship of the entire community. people of a town than does anything when the American army formally Mr. and Mra Davis Suttoa visited else. The opposing factions have takes possession of Santiago. There relatives in Kirksville the latter part Orders taken for all Foreign or Domestic Magizines or Newspapers "Cleared for action" in the hospitable can be no doubt on this question as of last week. Mra Tom Johnston of capital of Madison and the way the fur Gen. Shatter will direct immediately Lexington visited Mrs. W. T. Pher- will fly will be a caution. The tern on taking charge of the city that Amer itro last Tuesday. Misses Marie perance people have several thirteen ican operators be placed in the tele Bnrnside, of Lancaster and Bett inch guns of the G. W. Young pattern graph office there. Broaddns, of Mad ison were the guests and will throw shells into the camp of While the work goes on at Santiago of Miss Jennie Hardin last week. Miss the enemy which will scatter beer bot scattered Spanish Jennie Gulley is visiting friends tles and bar room fixtures to the four of gathering in the by BURNSIDE, KY., 3rd SESSION BEGINS SEPT. 8th. troops surrendered Gen. Toral, es vour city this week. Mra Thos. Kel winds. tablishing in the territory, ley, of Walnut Flat is visiting he 1111 Faculty of five Experienced teachers. All College graduates opening the harbor to trade, fixing mother Mrs. Mary Yater. Mr. Sam spent last week with Enrollment last year 105. Excellent Courses offered in Latin, Greek, The Cheif Burgess of Milesburg, Pa. customs regulation, taking possession Long of Madison German, French, English, Mathematics, Science, History,- Music, Ora says De Witt's Little Early Risers are of the captured property and other his son Mr. John Long. Thousands of persons have been cur tory and Physical Culture. TERMS, moderate. BOARDING DEthe best pills he ever used in his fam wise following up the victory gained ly during forty years of house keeping. by Gen. Shafter's army, the United ed of piles by using De Witt's Witch PARTMENT all thai could be wished lor Comfort and Convenience. .They cure constipation, sick head States Government is vigorously push Hazel Salve. It heals promptly and ache and stomach and liver troubles. ing preparations for the next import cures eczema and all skin diseases It For particulars and catalogue address the Principal, Small in size but great in results. ant move the expedition against Por gives immediate relief. Stormes Drag A JAMES C. DOLLEY, - lm Stormes Drug Store. In to Rico. The movement against Porto Store. The War. Rirtu la on in H4tliH grand-daughte- r SCARED UP. THEM CHARGE SUCH That's what they are but it's too late now to come down in prices. The people are no fools by any means and daily ask the question WHAT MADE HIGH PRICES BEFORE THE BLUE GRASS GROCERY CAME? Thats a hard nut to crack for 'em. They may say goods cost less! Nit: On the contrary War Taxes have realy increased cost of goods all around. Trade with those that benefit you by giving you lowest prices without being pushed to do so by enterprising competition. For this week we offer pine apple and Honey Drip Syrup 4 gc per qt. coke Manhattin Sweet Chocolate 7c. No. r Lamp chimneys 4c. No. 2 Lamp chimneys 5c, and all other goods accordingly. fifty-seve- n soul-stirin- BLUE GRASS GROCERY GO., EPH. P. BROWN, E.W. Lillard. Mgr. p& Court-Marsha- xoooooooo ooooooooxoooo: J110. n B.Stctit. x T mimmJ ,1 iU I zi'r'n L eading Qruggistsq sit Stationery, Paints, Oils, Etc. h iL FT. StoStefe :- H xoo oooooooooooooo; ORGANIZED 1883. DANVILLE, -: KENTUCKY. THE PITIMS U NATIONAL BANK, OF LAH0ASTEB. L CAPITAL $200,000.00 BAM ( Capital, Surplus Fund $100,000 15,000 OF SURPLLA BUSINESS SOLICITED. LANCASTER, President JT. Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed J. M. Higqinbotham Lxwi8 Y. Lkavkll B. F. Hudson W. O. Riqnet Cashier Assistant Cash'r Bookkeeper DIRECTORS: A.R.Denny. President. Jno. K. Stormes. Vice President. Wv. H.Kinnaird. Cashier. 8. C. Denny, Assistant Cash'r. R. T. Embry J. F. Robinson. Jb, Ass't C. D. Walk bb J.M.HIGOINBOTHASC, LXWIH Y. LKAVKLL. DIRECTORS J. S.Johnson, H.C. Arnold, Jb. Alix.Gibbh, T.M. Arnold, B.F.Hudson. J.J.Walkkr Jacob Y. Robinson. Sam'l. D.Cochran, J as Spllman, A. C. KoMnson. Alex. R. Denny. W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, Jno. E. Stormes. Danville. Ky. CALDWELL y. LANIER PLEASURE TO LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE. n CJTJILi OUST TTS TRUNKS andVAJLISES. WE WANT TO SEE YOU Whether You Buy 6r Not. FIRE friend PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH ail LIFE IHSUBANCKl NOTICE Those indebted to me please call and settle at once for I need the money to settle my accounts. Mastic Mixed Faint. THE BEST BRANDS OF SPEIMFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OP NEW YORK. CO White Lead and Dil. d We are Glad to Sell Either. Robinson & Hamilton Agts Office ovei Post Office. tiWoiSTRR, :: : Kentuckt I MEAN THIS. BEAZLEY, Miss Sallie Tillett. MCROBERTS' DRU6 STORE. yyS. NEW LIVERY. have purchased the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the I KE NXUCKV I j 1 Teeth filled and extracted with cut pain. Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. Office over J. R. Haselden's hardware itore, next to Court House, Lancaster. Ky. DEImTIST. I I Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers post-offic- - For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal. It relieves the itching and smarting and its continued use effects a permanent onre. It also cores itch, barber's itch, almost-instantl- BICE BENGE. 3cald head, sore nipples, itching piles, chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and granulated lids. fl. Bring ns your Job Printing. Dr. faty (MHIm Fiwfers for hones are the best toaic. blood parifier aadrennifuge. Pfce, dSoeats- - Soldby JL & McBoberfa, Drag gist, Laacast WE ARB SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN. Tiaao.es SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED. Toll Sabred lO OFFERED. NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH BARGAINS BE Some of our $12, $13.50 $15.00 and $16.50 Suits now for $1 0. Pine Straw Hats 50c on $1.00. Negligee Shirts. Stacy Adams Pine Shoes. Suits made to order in Danville. O-v-e- x. CERTAIN. IT'S WAR FOR FOR IT. WE ARE READY COME AND SEE OUR SUITINGS AND WORK SHOP. J. L. Frohman WONDERFUL i all in GLOBE THE Telephone 136, & Co., rid , Danville, Ky, SPEC 1AL I linery I I j 1 HUBBLE. street list Fred Frisby attended the hop given her home on RVimond by Miss Bradley, at Frankfort. Friday evening. The ocsasion was in Eld. George Gowen will preach at Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird will entertain a honor of Miss Bessie Webs, of Lexing ton. Elegant refreshments were en the Christian church Sunday. umber of f Heeds at a dining today. Miss Bessie Alexander is qu'te ill at joyed by those present, and all re Misses SuC'IIerring and Feisie Webb port a delightful evening. Those pres- this writing. Miss Mattie White left are at Dripping Springs for a few days. ent were Misses Webb, Bessie and last week for Colorado. Always this time of the year my desire is to get of Mr. Dostor died last Wednesday at Orchard, Jennie Burnside, Annie Robinson, Henry the goods my line "whether get cost or not and my is Miss guest of Fish, of Craband All'.e Nell Marrs, Carrie Currey, Francis his home, his remains were laid to rest Misses Rella the customers always reap a great "benefit. This time my bar- Arnold. Collier, May Hughes, Miriam Herring, in the McClary grave yard. gains be Bessie Bush, Chloc West, Mary Miller. E. S. White of this place, and Miss Miss Dora P.iilip, of Stanford, is Messrs Bayless, Louisville, J. Mort of Wilmore, were marMiss Kate S nipson, at the Roth well, Joe Haselden, Letcher Ows Maggie siting ried at the bride's home Tuesday. so first coming get the Cream, All goods the mil- Mason Hotel. ley, Bradford Jennings, Rev. Camp Mrs. Chu-c- li Yager's little baby died line go this "sale. Col. John W. Miller has gone to De bell, Chas. Frisbie, Kerby, J. and L. Saturday at her father's, John troit, Michigan, to see his race maro, Doty, Hugh Logan, Robinson and It was buried in the Danville Walden. Nora L., work. Cemetery. 35 Miss Davidson and her visitor, Miss A letter has finally be n received Mr. McCarley died Thursday, afttr ret. of Stanford, arc visiting their Turley, were guests of Mrs. W. J. Ro- from Capt. McFarland in which he ong sultering. at i:e was aunt, Mrs. J. M. lliatt. mans, Thursday. states that his wounds were only slight Preachersville, he left a wifeburiedfour and and he has been with his company ev- children. Mrs. Alex West has returned from a Miss Julia Mae G lines entertained a FRIDAY, July 22, - - 1898 visit to her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Dei number of friends at tea Tuesday, in er since the battle at San Juan. His m in, in Nicholasville. honor of Misses Davidson and Turley. company, "E", was on the right of Jack- Smallpox is now epidemic the regiment and it seemed as if the Burt A Spencer, of Louisville, is Drs. K innaird and Wesley are entire Spanish fire was directed at son , Laurel and Llay counties. spending a week with his parents, Mr. the meeting of the Kentucky them. The regiment, the 10th, was Representative J. Morgan Chinn, of and Mrs. P. W. Spencer. State Medic il Society at Harrjdsburg leading the charge and Gjii. Hawkins Mercer county, will be a candid it e for was in front of E company on foot. Speaker of the next Kentucky House. Miss Eulah Totten, of Stanford, has today. Miss Franky Doty is visiting Miss been visiting her grandfather Wm. Will Marksbury, of the Lancaster Being close enough to distinguish offiClarence Vinegar was hanged at Lucile Ballard. Totteu the last two weeks. company, is at home on a lew day's cers from men, it is supposed the most Georgetown, Monday at sunrise. Vinof the Spanish bullets were aimed at egar murdercl his wife in April, last Miss Jennie Galley is the guest of Mrs, S. E. Menzies and danghte-- , furlough. He r,p orts the Loyi in good C.E Gen. Hawkins at t ii point. year, lie was a negro. relatives in this city. Miss Ida, of Donaldson ville, La., are health ana everything moving along h id a total of eighty men and there nicely. viti.ing at Mr. E. W. Lawless'. It is reported from Victoria, B. C, Our Correspondent. Miss Cordelia Ray has returned homi of them killed or were twenty-eigh- t KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS and three brothers, of ParA of Lancaster folks is being One of the great factors in the sucfrom Linnietta Springs. Mrs. J. II. Handibo, of El Paso, wounded. This was the greatest loss that Butler is, Ky., have arrived there with 5 ',000 cess and popularity of a country pamade up to spend a week or ten days of any cimpany taking part in tie CoL W. S. Ferguson, of Covington, is Texas, a sister of Tom Wall, is visitGarrard Lodge No. 29, Knights at Crab Orchard Springs. Ihey will charge. Cap1. McFarland was shot in gold, taken from the Klondike, with per is its country correspondence. In ing her uncle, T. L. Broaddus. spending a few days here. forty otheis in the party, who have this respect The Democrat stands see-o- n of Pythias, meets every Thursday not gj until after the big Gentry rein the lesr aud the iirst lieutenant alto Dr. W. S Beazley twent to Louis- union. night in Odd Fellows hall. All visbetween Sl.ODO and 10,000 each. The 1 to very few of its contemporaries. Adjutant General D. R. Collier has wounded. Of the men wounded five ville this week to have his eyes workButler's estimate this yea.'s Klondike We appreciate the good work o' those iting Knights are fraternally invibeen at home for a few da3's. - were sergeants and three corporals Mrs. J02 Robiison entertained Weded on. He ill return Saturday. G. B. SVINEBROAT, C. C. ted. yield at whr, in various places, have eontr Mrs. William George left Monday to nesdaj', in honor of Misses Francis and Misses Annie Francis and Jennie Parks, of The Commissioner of Internal Reve items that have made the paper a J. K. Robiksox, K. R. &. S. visit relatives in liristol, Tenn. Paint Lick, Miss Letehar, of Park', of Paint Lick, have been Mrf. ienderson, Rev. and Mrs. Henry nue has held that reesipts used as welcome visitor in so many homes Mi a. Mollie Martin is the guest of Joe Robinson's guests this week. checks to draw money from banks are both in Kentucky and among Faulconer. Go on the her cousin, Mr. Ii. II Itatson. Remember us Monday. in other States, and hope that subject to the stamp tax. It is said Ernest G. Brown has returned from A number o ' young folks were hand- Rev. and Mrs. Henry Faulconer are a business trio to Louisville. He also that several banks in order to avoid these contributors will continue DASYIUE STAGE USE. Masonic lodge meets Monday night. son e y enterU.i le at the i e iidence f work and let us hear" from their the stamo tax are acceptinc receipts spending a week in Frankfort. made a visit to London to sec Q icea. Cat.t lite Dann, in Lower Garrard I.v. Lancaster S a.m. .r. Panville 10:C0 a.m. The corn crop in this ounty was for cish, which, cccording to the let respective localities at frequent interMiss Rella Arnold is in Crab OrchAr.'Jjincaster 4 0 r.M. Airs. lx?orge u. Kouinson Has re The evenintr was in honor of Miss never better. I.v. Duuville 2 ter of the law, are exempt. The Com vals. ard this week, visiting relatives. turned fr. m a pleasant two weeks' vis- Lyne Letcher. We have this week sent out station missioner, however, has decided that con nection with 4:50 train for Bob Moore, of Lar ayette, Ind., says under these circumstances receipts to ery, stamps, etc., to most of these cor Makes Misses Suttle and Smith, of Lexing- it to Washington and other eastern A report frcm Chick mauga sr.ys Richmond. Can be found at Stodgill's De- cities. ton, are guests of Miss Lottie Jiettis. all intents and purposes are checks, respondents and shall at all times be Lieutenant Farra has been very bu&y that for constipation he his found Siable or Clemens Hotel. Witt's Little Eirly Risars to be per and therefore must be stamped. glad to supply such things as are need Miss Georgia B irnes, the prettj' lit for the past three weeks as Judge Ad Rev. and Mrs. Clark have returned fect. They never gripe. Try them for tle daughter of Charles J. Doty, is vis vocate for the Third Army Corps. The stomach and liver troubles. Stormes At Mt Sterling Sunday morning, ful. from a visit to relatives in Imminence. And now just a few words as to what iting her little cousins, Lsna May and work has bean labcrous bat the geni General John S. Williams, "Cerro GorDrug Store. lm Miss Hayden, of Lebanon, was the al Lieutenant has stood it pretty well. Hush Miller. do," died, aged SO years, after a long constitutes proper items. We want of Mrs. Wm. Mason this week. visitor All persons having claims against thb esHis death all births, deaths, marriages, sales, seli.vcursioiw. via dies illness of heart disease. e Evangelist G A. Clingman, is h'dd- - Special Miss Mary Rout gave a tate of T. L. Harri.s. deceased, will present Mr. and Mrs. John Daughman, of not unexpectel, as he has been rious illnesses, visitors from a dist- them, properly proveu. to Joseph Arnold, adIJaiUvay. was apcake anil Ohio Tuesdiy evening, ip honor of her inc a meetinfr in New York. In Irs Koyle, spent Monday with relatives charming guest, Miss Bessie Bullock, absence his fam'ly are being enter ministrator of salilT. L. Harris, or to ft. The Chesapeake and Ohio Ry., will failing for sometims. Gen. Williams ance, religious or school item etc. Don't write of the visits of neighattorney, within the next hsre. tained by Mrs. S. E. Rice, of Hedge run the following excursions to the was a veteran of two wars. He serv bors, for in this sociable country it is of Shelbyville, All persons Vnowins themselves inon dates named. The tick ed with distinction in the Mexican ville. They surely will enoy her Master John Tanner and Mrs. W. K. debted to said T. L. Harris, dee'd., will plea-- e too big a job for us to undertake. Misses Angle and Stella Ballou, two Shugars were here a few days this popular Stanford ladies, are guests pf warm hospitality, and thus she will ets will be good going on regular war, where attained the cognoman of Don't write a long obituary concern- come forward and pay same to said adminls trains, to whicli necessary sleeping "Gerro Gordo.'' lie also served in the trator. have a share in the meeting by doing week. Mr. aud Mrs. II. M. Ballon, on Lex Joseph Arnold, war between the States. Gen. Will ing a dead neighbor. Obituaries are This July 11, SOS cars will be attached. her part of ministering to theai. and Mrs. Mary Allan Weisiger left Mon- ington avenue. Adra'r. T. L. Harris, dee'd- On July 19th and August 11th, to At iams was also prominent in politics. charged for as advertising matter Miss Letitia Simpson Brown has re day for Ejtill Springs, to spend a Me?darae3 Redmond, of Columbus, lantic City and Cape May, via Wash During late years Gen. Williams has it is hardly fair to try to burden the Lancaster, where she en- - ington, round trip rate onlv S14.0D devoted his time to farming and rais news column. month. 0., D.jnley, of Louisville, and Sulli turned from j yed a number of pleasant events. Don't say that your neighbor, the " from Lexington and correspondingly ing Shorthorn cattle, of which he was Miss Grace Miller has returned from van, of Danville, are the guests of Miss Dove Harris gave an evening in storekeeper, is selling out at cost or low rates from other Central Ken a great fancier. He leaves a wife and a visit to her cousin, Laura Ii. Djty, of Mrs". John Donohue. honor of Miss Brown and Miss Bessie points. Tickets good eleven one child, Mrs. J. P. Holloway, of Win lower than his competitors. This is Brannon. Mrs. Bloch, Mr. U. S. Kendall. Miss- - Webb, and a large party also accom tucky Successor to Lackey & Gulley. X chester, a he remains were laid to rest advertising matter and he should pay days returning. Mrs. John E Stormcs has returned panied the visitors to the ball at Crab Bertha Bloch and Gene Dick, for his advertisement. On July 23th, a round trip rate of at Winchester. First-Clafrom a pleasant visit to Nicholasville Crab Orchard Springs, were visitors in Orchard Springs. Lexington Argo $13.00 will be Don't make your items too much of a made to Old Point Com this city last- - week. relatives. naut. family matter. We are interested in fort, Va. Tickets good going on regu Colic- Neuralgiaund Toothache you and your relatives, but we arc also Mrs. Nancy Mrs. b. bury, of Tcrry- Lieut. Robert Kennedy, of ths Lex lar trains and good returning twelve Miss .Nannie Beard, alter a very LIVERY STABLE, yille, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. pleasant visit to her friend, Mrs. May ington company. Second Ky. Regi- days. This is the best time to visit and Summer vin five minutes. SourStomach interested in other people and want to Complaints. Price, 25 Cents. hear something about them. Wm. Hughes. to her home ii ment, cams to Lancaster with the re Old Point, owing to the interesting bil Shear jr, returned HANDSOME TURNOUTS, Send in your Lsxingtcn Saturday. mains of young Johnston. He said to military maneuvers Don't feel offended if some things Mr. Robert Sallee, of Danville, has name for sleeping car space or for any you write are not printed. Sometimes Record representative that the REASONABLE PRICES-- ! Miss Maude A. Best and Bettie L. been a guest at Mrs. E II, Ballard's information desired. Geo. W. Barney, it is nec2ssary to leave out much of the for the past week. Arnold were entertained by Miss Mat- - Second's boys were all well and hav D. P. A., Lexington, Kentucky. a good time at Chickaraauga, but matter that has been prepared and it SPECIAL ATTEXTIOX TO Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnston, of liar tie Mae Jenkins, of Bryantsville, last were anxious t go further South, lie is better to leave out comparatively A Sad Death. luisday and Wednesday. rodsburg, are with Dr. Jvanb and wife, expects the regiment to ba ordered to unimport int items from each of severTRAVELING MEN. The death of young James Johnson, Mr. Robert L. Davison and sister. Porto Rico, but does not know when on Richmond Ave. al places than to leave out some of our at Chickamauga, was a sad one, in aoooooooccooi)oocooooqcfto2 Miss Amy, gave a very enjoyable hay the order will come. correspondence altogether. Again the Mesdames Jane Jennings and Elisa deed. He joined the troops at Lexing same item is frequently sent in by sevBlankenship are visiting Mr. and Mrs. ride Monday evening in honor of Miss Miss Lucile Ballard entertained ton, and it is believed that he was the Bessie Turlcy, of Richmond. eral correspondents and if it is left Cotton, of Kirksville. charmingly Thursday evening, the first to enlist from Garrard county. out of your list, it is probably because Mrs. A. S. Price entertained at an guest of honor being Mr. Robert E He was just twenty-thre- e Mrs. L. B;ddow, and Mrs. Lizzie years old, it has already been sent in by some Tue day S illee. Included among the guests and enjoyed good health nearly ail his Rice, of Hedgeville, visiu-- at Mr. E eleven o'clock one else and is already in type. W. Lawless' this we.-k- . mornintr. Many of her friends were were Misses Mattie and Lucy Ramsey, life. At the Chickamauga camp he Again, we b3g of you to accept our present and the occasion was very en Ellen Mays, Estelle Poyntz. Jennie contracted typhoid fever and notwithMarshal Noel and sister. Miss Marga joable. thanks and expressions of distinguishMcCormac-kand Franky Dot3 Messrs standing the fact that competent Roasters Free! ed consideration and we hope you may Messrs. Fisher Herring and Siufljy R. E. Svllee, Allen Hiatt, Wade Ter physicians did all in their power to Get One of "live long and prospjr." Harrodsburg Hughes have returned from a week's rill, Will B. Doty, Carlos Fish, Davy check the dreaded disease, he grew De mocrat. AMERICAN exstay at Dripping Springs. Robert E. Harvey, Walker Guyn, John and Sa rapidly worse and died, Friday night Call at ray store and we will lem Wallace,' Thomps and Burdett Johnston was a son of the late Joseph Hanry will return sometime in the CXKf Ramsey, J03 McCormac'.c, Root. Mays, Johnston, and a of John plain. near future. ALL WOMEN - fence that always keeps its shape Prof. Wilson Marietta. nie Johnston who clerked in Robin Should know that the Major Wm. H. Collier has been vis jecause it's built that way store for many years. I atn still in the lead with as son's hardware "Old Time" ftemedy. A Frankfort special says: One of '1 Nothing but lae size heavily calraniied wiro iing his pirents here for several dayf, hat he was universally liked and made of best I'cfscinci steel sed in it con. Will was fi st made an adjutant in the tl e .wiliest hops that.have been g'ven popular is shown by the fact that ev Struction same In alt the o different style GOODS. mule turns all kinds of stock and leaver th? S:cond Ky., but has since been given in Frankfort recently was given at the ery business house in town was closed stofk unharmed while the fence stands strong KB the higher effic j of major in'Cslston' Capital Hotel on Wednesday night by and the citizens turned out en masse and sturdy. Governor anl Mrs. Bradley in honor to attend the funeral. The remains makes an ad THIS hinge-joiS3 V NOW OPEN. 83 Fourth Ky. of the guests of MissTChristineBradley were .brought here and placed in the justable fence and pre Master Jack Doty, of Brinnon, met Misses Almon Baker, of Somerset; Lil Tents stay wires from Goods are all fresh. I can please with a severe accident. He jumped.on lian Armstrong, Lena Gordon, Mary vault Friday night and the funeral MO TTTkT bending TVTT rT A T a broken bjttle, cutting his foot two Howard Elgin, of Flemingsburg; Ma took place Saturday morning. Elder all. Jes?e Wa'.den and Rev. nenry Faul THAT inches long and two deep. He suff r'.e Gatewood and Virgiaia Grubbs, of RESTFUL imp makes as tight ed very much for a while, but at pres MU Sterling. A large crowd of young coner conducted the ceremonies, the LANGDON'S BREAD DAILY. ccinsummerasm wtn- played several relig Lancaster band , ens is better. society "people were present The ibus hymns and the casket, wrapped MUSIC, anil prcventsstay wire dancing began at 8 and lasted until 12 in A AMUSEMENTS, PLEASE. GIVE jm being displaced. TI13 Lexington Argonaut says Mr. the national- colors, was lowered o'cloc'c, when lunch was served at GOOD LIVING.)-- " and Mrs. B. M. Burdett arrived sevei mansion. The young women now the into its final resting place in the Lan There's no fence that excels Is the best forFeaaleTrwMw. Corrects all the caster Cemetery. Lieut, Kennedy, o Should be lrreeularltleslnKemaloOrcan3. TRIAL. SB al days ago from Killarney, FJa.j an guests and few, if any, as good. of Miss Bradley are very attrac taken for Ckam el Life and before are guests of Jcd;e and Mis. Walton. the Lexington company. Major Will Pitaten t'i Time" rnA5 nave stooa tne Manufactured by live. They are Miss Bradley'd school Collier, of For terms address I test for twenty years. Mr. Burdett was formerly a prominent the Fourth regiment and ...CAN STEEL AND WIRE CO., PiTTSBUfiS, PA. 23 Spencer Medicine Co., Chat- Xtis only by Adjutant Johnston, of Chickamauga, lawyer at the Lancaster bar, and has mates. FOR SALE BY Gas Hofmann, Prop'r. Miss Sue Herring was the charming were present and" acted as. pall bear- been an exile. In oaor health, for many Robinson, years. hostess to a number of her f riends'at era. For stile by B. E McEoberts, Lancaster j CLEjlJfiyC-- SJ1LE. GREATER THAN EVER, will in MRS. 31GODY in will RDM AND SATURDAY, Spoon-atnor- e. CENTRAL RECORD. cent?. Ladies 50 cent hose for Gents 50 cent Suspenders lor 35 cents. -- I also guarantee to duplicate any prices made Call and inspect. elsewhere on Merchandise. TERMS CASH. J. W. SWEENEY. bu-te- d ty More Local. th.-goo-d 1 1 Notice. hay-rid- thirty-days- Sea-sho- 1 W. H. LACKEY s r ufllrS - f , to ill VI WIM half-broth- Field Fencing. Orchard Springs. A BEST -- LOWEST PRICES. . US I1 BALLOU J.C. Lancaster feofria to Consumption. Any one predisposed to Scrofula can never be healthy and vigorous. This taint in the blood naturally drifts into d Consumption. Being such a blood disease, Swift's Specific is the only known cure for Scrofula, because it is the only remedy which can reach the disease. deep-seate- (IraisUopDJirg Scrofula apoearpd on the head of my little grandchild when only 18 months old. Shortly after breaking out It spread rapidly all over her body. The scabs on the sores would pee,l off ou the slightest touch, and the odor that would crise maae me atmosphere of the room sickening and unbearable. The disease next attacked the eyes, and we feared she would lose her sight. Eminent physicians from the surrounding country were consulted, but could do nothing to relieve the little Innocent, and gave It as their opinion that the case was hom-les- s and im- osiible to save the child's eyesight. It was then that we decided to try Swift's Specific. That medicine at once made a speedy and complete cure. She is now n young lady, and has never had a sign of the disease to return. MES. KCTH BEBKEI.ET. Salina, Kan. is an obstinate blood disease, Scrofula ttul wort ftra yeportad pvoyin? cn tho plants and the utmott vigilcace will be required to' maintain present condition of 93. In the central section the crop is very spotted and the stand is poor. 'J he first setting is growing nicely, but the replant seems to be getting a poor start, which gives the crop a ragged appearance. Here the condition compared with an average is but 81. In these counties of the eastern section where a crop is grown the condition appears excellent with a greatly increased acreage. HEMP. The condition as hemp crop compared with average years. 1st,. 1897, the condition was 87 corresponding date of 1S9G it is SO as On July as for a was 80. MEADOWS AKD PASTURES. The acreage of clover meadows cut as compared with 1897 is 97. The yield both as to quantity and quality is good O timothy meadows the acreage as compared with 1817 is 94. The 3'ieltl is light and the qu: lit of much of it is poor, owing to the presence of weeds. Pastures are most excellent, the condition being- 99. Live stock is in satisfactory condition. The demand and is beyond the reach of the average for stock ewes has greatly increased, blood medicine. Swift's SpeciCc and farmers are turning their attention largely to sheep breeding. S.S.S.Blood deep-seate- LUCAS MOORE, Commissioner of Agriculture. d is the only remedy equal to such diseases; it goes down to tho very foundation and forces out every taint. It is purely vegetable, and is the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no mercury, potash or other mineral substance whatever. Books mailed free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia. FARM AND STOCK NOTES. 5,000 bushels corn wanted. will give one dollar and seventy- live cents per barrel fori,ooo bar rels of corn delivered at the Pil- 1 image Distillery. Jno. W. Miller, Mgr. Frank Iiourue sold to S. Morgan, two fat cow. atl-- l cents, to be deliv cred this week. I The August number of McClure's Magizine will be a special fiction numd ber with a story of schocl life hy Kipling; a story of liners and icebergs by Cutcliffe Dyne; a new chapter in the life of the King of Boy- ville, showing the King in his first ex perience of love, by William Allen White; the story of a love adventure in a London fog, by Hester Caldwell Oakley; a railroad story by John A Hill; and a characteristic story of ru ral life by Rowland E. Robinson. Kud-yar- IIKALTIIinJL AMUSEMENT It is Essential to ihe Making of a Healthful Christian. From an unusual standpoint Dr.Tal ma'e. in this discourse discusses amusements and applies tests they may be known us good or KENTUCKY CROP REPORT. had. The ti'St is Judges xvi.. "J.V. "And Condition of Crope and Live Stock July it eainu to p:iss, when their hearts were merry, that they said, 'call for let, IS!) 8 For the July report replies were re Samson, that lit! may make ns sport' And they called for Samson out of chived from 14S correspondents, repreIhe priNon lions; and he made them 1)3 counties. senting .p.M.l ' 'I hero wore ".000 people assembled WHEAT. They had Development of the wheat crop dur in the temple of Dagon. coiiu- to make sport of eyeless samson. 5njf the mouth of June shows the fol TUv.y were :ill ready .or the entertainlowing- results in the great wheat ment They bcnn to clap and pound, growing States of the Mississppi Val impatient for the amusement to begin, ley: In Ohio and Michigan the crop is and they cried, Fetch h.in out! Fetch fair, both in yield and qualitj. In him out!" Yonder see tho blind old Illinois, Missouri an 1 Kansas the crop riant coming, led by the hand of a into the very midst of has suffered greatly during June from child At rust and chinch bug, and the qua lit the temple. there bis liistup ap-a pearance will be poor, owing- to damage from shout of laughter and goes derision. The these sources. The quality is greatly blind old k'iant. pretends he is tired impaired by the presence of an un- and wants to rest himself against the usually large number of smut heads. pillars of the house, so he says to the Where threshing has bejjun the yield lad who leads him, "llring me. where is very disappointing. In Iowa, Wis Urn main pillars are." The lad does consin and Nebraska winter wheat mi. Then the. strong man put his varies from very fine in some sections hands on one of the pillars, and, with the mightiest push that mortal ever to poor in others. In these States made, throws himself forward until hi r.ng- wheat is threatened with rust the whole bouse comes down in owing to the extremely rank growth thunderous crash, grinding the grapes in a wine press. "And plant. In Kentucky the excep like of the tionally Cne showing of June 1st has so it came to pass, when their hearts were merry, that they said. Call for not been maintained and the crop is fully from short of what was Samson, that lie may make us sport And they called Samson out anticipated. 'I he most frequently men' prison house; for he made of the and them tione'd cause of damage is rust, which .sport" lu other words, there arc seems to have been general. The crop amusements that are destructive and ripened prematurely and the filling is bring down disaster and death upon very imperfect, rarely more than two the heads of those who practice them. Trains to the mesh foeinc found. 'J he While they laugh and cheer, they die. berry is lacking in plumpness, which, The three thousand who perished that are nothing together with the presence of consid day in Caza of thousands compared with the tens who have ei able smut, will materially interfere been destroyed, body, mind and soul, with quality. In the western scct:on by bad amusements and by good of the State the crop has been damag amusements carried to excess. ed by rain since harvest. The estimat In my sermons you must have noticed ed average yield per acre for the State that 1 have no smpathy with ecclesior with that is i:j bushels. In 1SU7 estimate yield astical straitjackets, July 1st was 12 bushels and C 3 bush- wholesale denunciation of amusements to which many are pledged. I believe els for a corresponding date of 1880. of God has made a treFor the western section the yield 13 13 the church mendous mistake in trying to suppress bushels; for the central and eastern it the sportfnlness of youth and drive is 10 and 11 bushels respectively. out from men their love of amusement If God ever implanted anyCORN. thing in us He implanted this desire. Favorable weather conditions have But instead of providing for this de prevailed during June and the corn mand of our nature the church of God crop is now in excellent condition. has for the niain part igjioredit As The average for the State is 93, an improvement of four points during the month. On July 1st, 18S7; the condition was 87. In the western section a -Afew counties, including Union, Webster, Caldwell and Trigg, report the crop suffering for want of cultivation Cfr an the. pain which has been interfered with by excessive rainfall In the central section andsicknessfrom the drouth has been relieved in those which women counties along the northern border suffer Is caused and the crop is fast regaining lost by weakness orf ground from this source. Taking the derangement In State by sectious the conditions are: the organs f For the Western, 93; Central, 90, and menstruation. Eastern, 100; each being an improveNearly always ment during June. when a woman is not well these audi-enee one-thir- d LL WOMEN OATS. The condition of the oat crop is 85 for the State as against 91 on June 1st. On July 1st, 18D7, the condition was 80. The crop has improved in the central and about held its own in the eastern section, but in the western section it has fallen off from 90 on June 1st to 71 on organs are affected. But when they are strong and healthy a woman Is vary seldom sick. H Co., July 1st. TOBACCO. The acreage of tobacco compared with 1897 is 123 per cent, or 237,038 acres for the State. Ihe eastern section report the greatest increase, viz: 30 per cent. In the western section the acreage is increased 23 per cent, while in the central the increase is but 9 per cent The condition of the crop shows an average of 92 for the entire State. July 1st, 1897, the condition was 08, and on same date of 1696 the condition was 92. In the western section the crop is, to some extent, foul. 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 Fbr Khrfce In eases requlrtae speehl TheChjtunoota Medicine THW. J. COOPER. THHto. Km., M7M C U B AN O I cure PlaUtm Cuts, Burns, Bruises,LEhen 1 Mtmil 9 matism and Sores. Price, MftarthmifhMMCkMftafUt." 25 cents means practically no discomfort at all. There is no reason why childbirth should be a period of pain and dread. SevIt is a eral months before a liniment to be apwoman becomes a plied ex.mother she should ternally. prepare herself for the critical ordeal. It relaxes the musThere is a preparacles and retion made which is lieves the intended for this purpose alone. distension, gives elasticiThe name of to the wife's faded dress. Excursions ty to every that in a day make, a tour around a this wonderful organ conpreparation is whole month's wages; ladies whose cerned in lifetime business it is to "go shopping" Mother's childbirth, and have their counterpart in uneducated takes away all children, bankruptcies that shock the danger and money market and appall the church, Friend. nearly all suffering. Best results and that send drunkenness staggering follow if the across the richl3' figured carpet of the remedy is used mansion and dashing into the mirror, during the whole and drowning out the carol of music period of pregwith the whooping of bloated sons nancy. It is the come home to break their old mother's only remedy of the heart When men go into amusements kind in the world that they can not afford they first borthat is endorsed by row what the3' can not earn, and then physicians. they steal what they can not borrow. $1 per bottle at all drug stores, or sent First they go into embarrassment and by mail on receipt then into theft, and when a man gets of price. as far on as that he'does not stop short Free Books con of the penitentiai-y- . There is not taining invaluable inprison in the land where there are not formation for all women , victims of unsanctified amusements. will be sent to any adHow often I have had parents come to dress upon application lo me and ask me to go and beg their boy Tho BndJUId Regulator Co., off from the consequence of crimes AIUbU, Ga. that he had committed against his em plo3'er the taking of funds out of the employer's till, or the disarrangements of the accounts! ihy, he had salary dressed, in the name of God quit it will despoil 3cur nature. enough to pay all lawful expenditure, lhej but not enough salary to meet his siu They will undermine 3our moral They will drop nil amusements. Ana again and again character. are destro3'ed. They I have gone and implored for the when young man sometimes, alas! the peti will not give cne cent to support children when j'ou are dead. They tion unavailing. will weep not one tear at burial. How brightly the path of unre strained amusement opens! The3oung They will chuckle over 3our damnaman says: "ftow I am off for a good tion. 15ut the a3' comes when tho time. Never mind cconom3; I'll get men who have exerted evil influenco What a fine road! upon their fellows will be brought to mone3 somehow. What a beautiful day for a ride! Crack judgment Scene: the last day. Stage: the whip and over the turnpike! Come, the rocking earth. Enter dukes, lords, boys, fill high t our glasses! Brink! kings, beggars, clowns. No sword. Long life, health, plenty of rides just Xo tinsel. No crown. For footlights, like this!" men hear the kindling flames of a world. For the clatter of the hoofs and look up orchestra, the trumpets that wake the and say, ''Wliv, I wonder where dead. For gallery, the clouds filled those fellows get their money from, with angel spectators. For applause, We have to toil and drudge. They the clapping floods of the sea. For curtains, together do nothing. lo these ga3- - men life as scroll. the heavens rolleddoomed of For traged3 the is a thrill and an excitement at other people and in turn are the destroyed.. For farce, the tffort to stared at The watch chain jingles, serve the worl I and God at the same The cup foams. The cheeks flush, the time. For the last scene of the. fifth es'es flash. The midnight hears their act, the tramp of nations aeross the guffaw. They swagger. They jostle stage some to the right, others to the left. decent men off the sidewalk. Again, any amusement that gives the name of God in vain. Tliev parod3' the li3'mn they learned at their you a distate for domestic lifo is bad. mother's knee; and to all pictures of How many bright domestic circles coming disaster they cr3 out, "Who have been broken up b3 sinful amusecares!" and to the counsel of some ments? The father went off, the Christian friend, "Who are 3'ou?" Pass- mother went off. tho child went off. ing along the street some night ou There are all around us the fragments have hear a shriek in a grog shop, of blasted households. Oh! if a the rattle of watchman's wandered away, I would like to charm club, the rush of the police. What 3'ou back by the sound of that ona word, "Home." Do you know that is the matter now? Oh, this rce you have but little more time to man has been killed in less give to domestic welfare? Do yaw grog-shofight Carr3 him home to his father's house. Parents will come not see, father, that 3our children down and wash his wounds and close are soon to go out into the world, his eyes in death. The3 forgive him and all the influence for good are to have over them 3ou all he ever did, though he can not in his silence ask it The prodigal has must have now?. Death will break in on your conjugal relations, and, alas! got home at last. Mother will go tt: have to stand over tho grave of her little garden and get the sweetes; if neglect Cowers and twist them into a chaplet one who perished from for the silent heart of the wayward I saw a wayward husband standing. at the deathbed of the Christian wife, Doy and push back from the bloated I saw her point to a ring brow the lopg locks that were ouca and ier pride, A'nd the air will be rent on her finger and heard her say- to her husband, "Do see that Arith the father's cr3-- : "Oh, my son, ny son, nrj-- poor son; would God I had ring?" Ho replied, "Yes, I sec it" "Well," said she, "do you remember lied for thee, oh, my son, my son!'' You ma3 judge of amusements by who put it there." ''Yes," said he, "I put iheir effect upon ph3'sical health. The seemed it there." And all the past to rush upon him. Uy the seed of many good people is ph3"sical when in the memor3' of recuperation. There are Christian presence of that da men'and angels 3ou prommen who write. hard things against be faithful in joy and sorrow, Now, all opera houses, theaters, their immortal souls when there is ised to bowling alleys, skating rinks and all nothing the matter with them but an and in sickness and in health; b3" tho :tyles of amusement, good and bad, I ncompetent liver. There are Christian memory of those pleasant hours when new house put on trial and judge of them people who seem to think that it is a yon sat together in for certain cardinal principal-;- . First, food sign to be poorh-- , and because talking of a bright future; by the crayon may judge of aii3 amusement by liichard Baxter and Robert Hall were dle and the excited hour whon one life its healthful result or by its baneful ;nvalids tliC3' think that by the same was spared and another given; b3 that luaelion. There are people who seem sickness they ma3' come to the same sick bed, when the little one lifted up made up of hard facts. They are frandeur of character. I want to tell the hands and called for help and 3'oit of multiplication tables and Christian people that God will hold knew he must die, and he put one arm statistics. If you whow them uu ex you responsible for your invalidism if around each of 3our necks and brought quisitu picture they will begin it is 3our own fault, and when through you very near together in that to dibcuss the pigments involved right exercise and prudenoe 3tqu might kiss; b3 the little grave in the eemc tery that In the coloring; If you show them a be athletic never j'ou thinlc and well, The effect of tho a rush of tears; beautiful rose they will submit it to bo.ly upon the soul you acknowledge. of without by the family Bible, where in its a botanical analysis, which is'only the Put a man of mild disposition upon stories of heavenly love is the brief llowc-r-. examination of a the animal diet of which the Indian They never do an3'thiug more than partakes, and in a little while his but expressive record of births and deaths; by the neglects of tho past and feebly smile. . There are no great tides blood will change its chemical proporof feeling surging up from the deptli tions. It will become like unto the by the agonies of the future; by a of their soul in billow after billow of blood of the lion or the tiger or the judgment day, when husbands and reverlieratiug laughter. They seem as bear, while his disposition will change wives, parents and children, in immortal groups, stand to be caught up if Nature had built them by contract and become fierce, cruel and unrelent in shining array, or to shrink down and made a bungling job out of ing. The body has a powerful efinto darkness by all that I beg you to Hut, blessed be God, there arp fect upon the soul. There are peo it people in the world who have bright ple whose ideas of Heaven are all give to your home your best affections. faces and whose life is a song, shut out with clouds of tobacco I look in your e3'cs and 1 ask the question that Geh'azi asked of an anthem, a paeau of victory. Ev- smoke. There are people who dare-tthe Shunammite: "Is it well w ith thee? en their troubles are like the vines shatter the vase in which that ciawl up the side of a great God put the jewel of eternity. There Is it well with thy husband? Is it well with thy child?'" God grant that on the. top of which the suiif are men with great hearts and intellower, light sits and the soft airs of summer lects in bodies worn out by their own it may be everlastingly well! hold perpetual curnival. Tliuj' are the neglects. Magnificent maohinery people 3'ou like to have cotne to your capable of propelling a great Etruria house; they are the people I like to across the Atlantic, yet fastened in a, I IUIIIII sia Constipation and Indihave come to my house. Now, it is rickety Jsorth Phy river propeller. these exhi la rant and sympathetic, and sical development which merely shows gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. people that are most itself in a fabulous lifting, or in peril-iou- s tempted to pernicious amusements. rope walking, or in pugilistic enR. KINNAIRD'S In proportion as a ship is swift it counter, excites only our contempt, wants a strong helmsman; in propor- but we confeis to great admiration for tion as a horse is gay it wants the man who has a great soul in an a strong driver; and these people athelctie body, every nerve, musof exuberant nature will do well cle and bone of which is Representing Over to look at the reaction of all consecrated to right uses. Oh, their amusements. If an amuse- it seems to me outrageous that men, home at night ner- through neglect should allow theijf ment sends vous so 3ou can not sleep, and you physical health to go down beyond re In the following Fire Insurance rise in the morning, not because you pair; spending the rest of their life Companies are slept out, but because your duty not in some great enterprise for God drags you from slumbers, you have and the world, but in stud3ing what Etna, f Hartford, been where 3'ou ought not to have Is the best thing to take for dyspepsia. (jaeea ef America. been. There are amusements that A ship which ought with all sails set National ef Hartfort. send a man next day to his work and every man at his post to be carry- -, bloodshot, yawning,stupfd, nauseated, ing a rich cargo for eternity, employ Phealx ef Breeklja. and they are wrong-kind- s of amuse ingall its men in stopping up Ieak Hartford of Hartford. ments. There are entertainments that ages! When you may through some: give a man disgust with the drudgery of the popular and healthful recreaManchester of Eaglaad. of life, with tools because they are not tions of our time work off your Coamectlcmt ef Hartford. swords, with working aprons because spleen and your querulousness and ona North British aad Merehaatiie. they are not robes, with cattle because half of your physical and mental ail they are not infuriated bulls of the ments, do not turn your back from Genaaa Americas ef New YariU arena If any amusement sends you nno home longingfor a life of romance arid ' of the places of amusement bv thoam. Liverpool aad Loadoji aad tilefee. thrilling adventure, love that takes ;PBnionship. into wWcb .they pnt you I alio represent Um o14 reliable poison and shoots itself, moonlight ad- Jf you belong- to'an organisation whera venture and hairureadth escapes, you vou have tn assnAlatA with th fnm. New York Life may depend upon it that yon are tho Derate, with the nnnlnan. voOi , sacrificed victimof unianctifled pleas aQ(oned., howextcwelL Jbgy may ba 4 weak-armefeeble-voiced u I Hard-workin- g The-stare e p Coto-paxaeoiu-binatio- n dj-into-dph3-sicwarm-hearte- at not tho mayor plants the end of riio street audiias it tired everything ia cut down that that happens to stand in fJie range, the goo.l as well as the ba.d, so there are men in the church who plant their batteries of condemnation and lire away indiscriminately. Everything is condemned. They talk as if they would like to have our youth dress in blue uniform, like the children of an orphan asylum, ami march down the path of life to the tune of the "Dead March" in Saul. Thej hate a blue d sash, or a rosebud in the hair, or a gaiter, and think a man almost ready for the lunatic asylum who utters a conundrum. Young Men's Christian associations of the country are doing a glorious work. They have fine reading rooms, and all the influences are of the best kind, and are now adding gymnasi-um- s and bowling alleys where, without any evil surroundings our 3oung men may get physical as well as spiritual iratrovement We are dwindling away to a narrow-chesterace, when God calls us to a work in which lie wants physical I would as well as spiritual athletes. to God that the time might soon come when all our colleges and theological seminaries, as at Princeton, a g3mna-siushall be established. We spend seven years ot hard study in preparation for the ministry, and come out with bronehitis and dyspepsia, and liver complaint and then crawl np into the pulpit, and the" people say, "Doesn't he look heavenly?" because he looks sickly. Let the church of God direct, rather than attempt to suppress, the desire for amusement The best, men that tlte world ever knew have had their sports. William Wilberforca trundled hoop with his children. Martin Luther helped dress the Christmas tree. Miuiaters have pitched quoits, philanthropists have gone Prime ministers have played ball. (.ur communities are filled with men and women who have in their souls unmeasured resources for spcrtfulness and frolic. Show me a man who never lights up with sportfulncss. and has no sympathy with the recreations of others, tin I will show you a man who is a stumbiing block to the Kingdom of God. Such men are caricatures of religion. They lead young people to think that a man is good in proportion as he groans and frowns and looks sallow, and that the height of a man's Christian stature is in proportion to the length of his face. I would trade off rad 500 such men for one bright-faced- , iant Christian on whose face arc the Every words, "Rejoice evermore!" morning by his cheerful face he preaches 50 sermona I will go further and say that 1 have no confidence in a man who makes a religion of his gloomy looks. That kind of a man always turns out badlv. I would not want him for the treasurer of an orThe orphans would phan asylum. suffer. Among 40 people whom I received into the church at one communion, there was onlv ona applicant of whose nietv I was suspicious. He had the longest story to tell; had seen the most visions, and gave an experience wonderful that all the other applicants were discouraged. I was not surpris ed the year after to learn that he had run off with the funds of the bank with which he was connected. Who is this black angel that you call religion wings black, feet black, feathers black? Our religion is a bright angel wings feet bright, e3es bright, bright, taking her place in the soul. She pulls a rope that readies to the skies and sets all the bells of Heaven I here are some persons who, when talking to a minister, al wa3s feel it politic to look lugubrious Go forth, O people, to your lawful God means you to Lt amusement. But, when there are so many V.;ppy. timrces of iunoceLt pleasure, why Tamper with anything that is danger-in- s and polluting? Why stop our ears ;o a Heaven full of songsters to the hiss of dragon? Why turn back from the mountain side all abloom with wild llowers and a iash with tbc nimble torrents, and with blistered feet attempt to climb the Tiot sides of ma off, so nre. Our rvorcatlons are SntenJed to build uu up. and if they pull tu down, as to our moral or our physical strength, you may come to the conclusion that they are obnoxious. Still further: Those amusements are wrong which lead into expenditure your means. Money spent in n creation is not thrown away. It is all foil for us to come from a place of amusement feeling that we have wasted our money and time. You may by it have' made an investment worth more than the transaction that yielded 3'ou S100 or Sl.OJO But how many properties have been riddled by costly The table has been amusements? robbed to pay the club. The champagne has cheated the children's wardrobe. The carousing party has burned up the boy's primer. The table cloth of the corner saloon jsindebt bej-on- yM. v Comi Bab lO-- k- 9 IB iviiiiiihi II al m h. possible death for some wives. For others it means pain, danger and "AW A OF LEXINGTON, KY. Semi-Annii- Statement for the six months ending June 26, 1898. 1 Total Number of Coupons Issu:d Total Number of Coupons Paid Total Nu mber of Coupons Lapsed 1,248 2,278 1.472 375o Total Number of Coupons in Force Total Paid on Coupons Redeemed Total Passed to Reserved Fund Income from December 26, 26. 189S 7,49? $104,923.21 38,735 44 Receipts and Distmrsments. 18O7, to June $39,972 23 Disbursed Coupons Redeemed Passed to Reserve Expense Home, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago Offices Dividend on Capital Stock, at 4 5 $23,008 46 8,295 54 7,34029 651 20 676 74 !f34972,23 A Percent Balance Total Reserve Less Death Claims, Cash Surrenders, Taxes, etc Net Reserve Loans on Real Estate Loans on Other Approved Securities Open Accounts Interest Due and in Process of CoOffice Furniture, Fixtures, etc Reserve Fund. 838,735 44 1.874 65 it. 36,860 7S Assets. $3 7, 1 89 40 fe 3,95610 100 19 ition 45465 630 00 2,913 35 $45,243 69 Cash on Hand Net Reserve Fund Advance Payments Surplus Liabilities. $36,86078 5.50S 19 $42,368 97 $2,874 72 A SMITH BOWMAN, (My Coiaraidsion Secretary, Subscribed and sworn to before me bv A. 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