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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 29, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898072901_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 29, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. FOItTSf IX. Entered at the Post Office in Lancntter, Kv aa Second Class Matter. yr'lBJEK il ro?agSrLgK,SB" life Thinking LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JULY, 29. 1898. The best cigar made is the "Proctor wa3' to the front. Our boys are no Knott. doubt greatly disappointed but their v splendid reputation will surely get I The town is as quiet at night as a them to the front yet. Tou country grave yard. Policeman Petty AVhite Teachers Institute. is the cause of it. The White Teachers Institute for Eld C K. Marshal, of Harrodsturf Garrard county Talk for better sidewalks. Big court next month. for the current year, will be here Sunday and probob'y will be held at the Court House in It has no equal The Proctor Knott preach at the Chnstain church. Smoke Proctor Knott cigar. Lancaster, beginning Monday, August cigar. Don't fail to see our line of Ladies S.h and continue five days. Institute Raise a big kick for better side 25 to 50 per cent saved on the dollar Ox ords that we are closing nit at 5 instructor, Prof. W. E. Lumley. walks. means a good deal to you at the Blue Ier ciiit. less than manufacturers cost. tf. Eusa J. Lusk Supt. A delicto as smoke the Proctor Knott Grass Grocery. Logau & Robinson. Kids Wanted. 1 he grand jury will probably make The Old ReliaWfealways on Top in I will receive sealed bids "rona now Don't forget the Con fig test on August 9. quality and mrdnlity, at the Bottom in it hot for the juvenile po'sur eiub. A until August 1, lS'JS, for laying a sideT. Cukrey. Pricks. search for a number of older otie. walk (accord i:ig to spcilica'.ions laid Try a Proctor Knott and enjoy your would not be out of place. down in town laws from N irthcott's new superior Disc Drill, the finThe snio.ee. -poultry house to corner of ola Semi n A IT D- 31 Ike at the Front. G. S est on earth. Do not fail to see ary properoy. Length 2 0 feet n G to .1. A. Beazley &c lor wall pa- - Gaines before yon buy. Lap- - flince sauer is now on his way ;S to do grading aud furnish a 1 to Porto Rico as quartermaster of the pir at cost. I can show you how to own your First Kentucky. The smell of powder material. J. IS. Kinnaird. Northcott will pay you 4 and 5c home by saving a small amount each is nothing new to Mike. Says They Can't Compromise. wjek. for old hens. J. C Hemphill, Sec'yj R. The City Council of Paris employed We are offering some big bargains an eminent legal firm to give an opinS swing machine needles and oil at The Blue Grass Grocery has opened in Ladies Oxfords, sizes and I at ion as to whether the city had a right Thompson's. the eyes of the people. Their pric 50 50c and 73c; regular pric J to compromise back taxes with the Logan &. Robinson and SO 00. Buy ice from Northcott and it will cannot be duplicated. banks. In an exhaustive report they be delivered daily. For Sale Wheel. What you pay out for rent is gone decided that the city possessed no such Our lines of V. I. Williams Col. W.G. Welch. A hitrh frame Victor Bicycle. ineood forever. You can pay the same amount power. The matter will be investiga Go to J. A, Beazley & Co. for bar Stanford. Lancaster. for tUgood, into the Lancaster Building & Loan ted and able attorneys consulted. order, or will gains in furniture. J. C Hemphill. gentle horse. Association and own your home. U'ry Murderer at Large. No old, shelf-worJ. C. Hemphill, Seejy. goods at the this. WELSH & WILLIAMS B.ue Grass Grocery. W. J. Romans is noW.better prepar Otis Malicote, who killed Lee Pigg ed to do all kinds ofv repair work on All persons oweiug notes or ac near Narrow Gap, Madisan county, on vehicles than ever bjiflre, and will do counts to the firm of W. R. Robinson Saturday afternoon, is still at large. Take advantage of our Courier-Jou- r good honest work aft vry low prices. & Uro. can save cost and much annoy Malicote and Pigg quarreled over a nal offer. It's great. Law, fifty-cedebt when the former stal ance by settling same at once. A Few Left. J. C. Robinson bed the latter four times with a dirk c Fure candies at Elmins- I have a few more Tailor-mafor W. R Robiuson & Bra knife, killing him almost instantly. A suits Ky. ton's Kandy Kitchen. that I will make to vour measure foV posse is scouring the neighborhood for Flue Outlook. the fugitive. The best two horse wagon on the 10.00. Don't mis this opportunity to AU business attended to promptly Farmers told us Monday that the get one. J. C. HemphilL market at G. S. Gaines'fN, corn crop in Garrard will be the finest Several Came lo Hooks. 'ft Van Djnny calls for else ever raised. It is free from weeds aud Several delinquents paid their sub SOME GOOD THINGS LEIT YET IN The Public Square is sadly in nead There are ii larger and stronger than for many scriptions Monday. There are others where in The Rkckisd. of metal in several places. . many about Lancaster. Let's see who who keep promising, but their names will be the first to answer. will soon be sent to a collector who I would like to do your plain sew-tiGutting Scarce. will make life a burdon 'til the amount and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. Loir l'rices. We only saw one drunk on the streets is paid. We must have moac7. or we For the next thirty days we will Monday. The increase of police force Nothing but the purest ingredients give you unheard of prices on buggies has scared the blind tier operators must shut up shop. Promisas don't used at Edminston's Kandy Kitchen. and harness. ; an i they certainty kept both eyes buy paper and pay printers. W. J. Romans Carriage Co. skinned Mondav. ,1'rodhend Fai" I hare for sale a fine Jersey cow. A 1 he Rockcastle County Fair Associ splendid milker. Mrs. Jesse Wa den. LanSecure your home through the To Colored Trustees. ation has the thauks of Tim Rrcoui Next 1 hursday will be Trustee Day caster Building & Loan Association, for courtasies. The third annual ex.' Good second-hanWaverley bicycle. at the Institute and the t etchers want and it will cost you no more than you hibition will be held at Brodhead BEAZLEY&BAUGHMAN. will exchange for horse. J R. Uasel-de- all the trustees to be present. are now paying out for rent. August 17, 18 and 19. The show of J. C. Hemphill, Sec'y. stock at this fair has always been good FUNERAL DIRECTORS, The Colored Institute. Ring 95, the Blue Grass Grocery for and the fair is one of the best in the Old Coin. The colored teachers Institute will nice, cheap groceries. Prompt deliv lata. Mr. G. B. Huffman, o: Marksburv ARTERIAL, and CAVITY EM- ery. bj held at the Court House legiuing was in our office Monday and showed M jnday. The program will be inter "Will try Concrete Crossings. G. S. Gaines villMiotallow anv Blna esting and instructive. BALMING a SPECIALTY. a silver twenty-fiv- e cent piece made in Danville, following Paris, is going to undVr his feet. Come 1322. Mr. Huffman found t le coin Gr.ss to grow put down concrete street crossings. Home to See Folks. not loug since and will save it as a They have been tested in the and see ais prices. f latter Charley Walker, of Co. L. at Chicka- - iuc! piece. city seven and not only are Carpets, &c. For Sale. II miuga, is here on a furlough. more durable than rock crossings but Quite a number of good homes 'in A well improved house and lot stands a good chance to be made We have Lancaster were secured through the cost about half as much. J. G Hemphill, Real Estate Ag't wagon master of the Fourth Kentucky Lancaster Building fc Loan Associa- noticed this matter highly spoken of Sq. in several exchanges. 'It wi l certain tion. Why do you not secure one? ly bear looking into. v .4 C. Hemphill, SeoV. J. Wants Gravel. New Hunk at Stanford. the men here a day or two. The weathNew Trader. The Record has just printed a lot er being bitter eoM, and the volunThe Controller of the Currencv an Bob K'nnaird turned "trader" Mon- He bought and sold sivjia. nounces that the application of the fol of big bills for the County Court call teers hav ng no blankets or overcoats, d y. cows and came out with the best cow lowing persons for authority to organ- ing for bids on furnishing gravel for several public spirittd citizens started on the streets and seei dollars in ize the Lincoln Couuty National Bank several pikes. If you want to sell any ti to secure blankets, etc., to maku the bays comfortable. After all obcish. O.ie of his purchases only had at Stanford, Ky., with a capital of sea the bills. tainable waro gotter, there yet re3100.00J, has been appproved; T. three teats. Get an Assignment. mained sixty or seventy m n with aV J. Foster, W. P. Walton, J. B. Paxtou The many friends ol Judge Wm. Tot solutely nothing to keep oil the cold. Taken up us Itray. S. J. Einbry, J. W. Alcorn aud J. C. ten arc glad to learn he has baen as. Tnosj hustling for the bays laid the Five black and two red hogs, weight Hays. signed to duty as U. S. storekeeper at matter before Judge Burnside and he about I'JO pounds. Conn to my place Silver Creek. We hope the judge will ordered some t lankets, all readily Champion Cabhage. iune 1st Owner can have same by Mr. Charley Grimes, one of Lower keep his job til Gabriel blows his bag. agreeing that the county should pay proving property and pai'iug charges. Garrard's mo it successfnl farmer?, pipe. for th?m. The matter was brought E. M. Carmack, July 15, 1808. before tli2 court Monday and 'Squires 3L Paint Lick, Kv . brought to this olli-'- u a head of cabb:ie Young Camners. which we will put against all comers ard Noel voted to pay the Joe Burnside, Dick Anderson Joe Ike lienor to Clarence. as the biggest and best of the season. bill, 'Squires Parson and Dunn voting Walker and others ranging in Clarence E. Woods, the brainy and It weighs 23 pounds and measures 3 no. Judge Burnside, then said ho hustling newspaper man, of Richmond, feet 11 inches iu circumference. Across from seven to twelve, borrowed the would put the blanke'.s up next court Boone Club's tent, cooking outfit, etc., was unanimously i grand re the top it is 19 inches. The leaves are day (they were sent back here after corder of the Sigma Nu f aternity at perfectly sound and the entire head Monday and went into camp on Dix the government furnished other i at river near Joel Walker's. Montgomery, Ala. His friends rejoice sound. Lexington), and tc!l them at auction. in this recognition of the merits of a What is lacking to foot the bill will bo Guard at the len. Much Talk. mighty good man. It looks Mr. Chas. M. Norris has been given paid by private subscription. Temperance speakers have mounted pretty short for a county with the Entertainment the raging stump in Richmond and are a position as guard at the Frankfort wealth and good peo lo that Garrard He will enter upon h;s Prof. Milton Sneed and his chorus making war against open bar rooms. penitentiary. ha?, to refuse to furnish a few blankof excellent singers will give an enter We are opposed to bar rooms, but duties in a few days. There are a ets for a company of men who havj tainment at the Court House next would also prefer to be excused from number of Garrard county men there gone to risk their lives for their counTuesday evening, the 2nd. They will listening to the average dry, sle2py as guards, among them Jim Grillhi, try. bi assisted by other good talont aud temperance lecturer. Most of them Cal East, Will Broaddus and several Old Nieh to Celebrate. an enjorable evening is promised. Ad are so dry that a chew of tobacco others. As the new Commissioners arc The people of Nicholasville are hustmission only ten cents. would not come "in case" in their democrats, we suppose the Garrard delegation will soon be turned out in ling for their town as never a lot of mouths in three weeks. Vied In Missouri. good folks hustled before. They have the cold. The St Joseph (Mo.) nerald announ organized a Commercial Club and are Wheeling Killed Him. A Pleasant Trip. ce j the death in that city of John G. pulling together for the advancement The Louisville papers tell of the Eld. George and Prcf. B. S. Gowen of the town's interest. On September Williams, who was well known by death of Walter C. Morgan, who was many Garrard county people. He mar-rit- d riding a bicycle from Louisville to have returned from a pleasant trip up 10, the one hundreth anniversary of a Miss George who has many rela Lancaster. He was with a young Mr. East. They traveled over the superb thi good old town will celebrated C. & O. route and, like all the rest of tives hereabouts. Crow, nephew of A. B. Brown Sr., of its passengers, arj loud in praise of in grand style. Everything porsiblu to make the occasion a iu cjss is being this place. The heat was intense and the lovely scenery and complete ser done. They never do things by halves On a Furlough. and it Dick McGrath, of the Lancas Morgan fell from his wheel daad, the vice, xney visitea tvasuingion, jaw over there big pot goes without saying will be put clean in The Courier-Journ- York, Old Point and many other big that the ter c impany, is at home for a few days victim of sunstroke. side the little one. It does one's soul speaks highly of Morgan and places. Now, if anyone doubts the good He, like all the others coming rest e. N'c to visit a to a glowing descriptions we gave of our The people aretown likesee y toiasvrex n anu glad to from there, reports tha boys in good says he was soon to be married sol- lady born and raised here. it. tend a welcome which shows conclutr pi up there, just ask them about health and happy. Dick is a fine sively that they are free from the dis dier an 1 as clever a fellow as you can To Six Footers. gusting manner of thinking themselves The Sidewalks. r find anywhere. than the, rest of mankind. Col. Whitcshot, of West Virginia, is The City Council is wrestling with raising the First Regiment of Ameri Wanted. Footers. Gov. Brad- the sidewalk question. Every man The Royal is the highest grade bakteg powdar 15),900 bushels of wheat delivered can Volunteer Six knows. Actucl tests show it oson-tfcable to own property ought to bo wil farther than y vtaerbrasd. Highest cash price ley authorizes me to raise company "F" ling to lay a decent walk by it and, at our warehouse. in Kentucky. No one under 5 feet 11 paid on delivery. Bsst lump and block from the standpoint of right and Pittsburg coal, 9j. Salt, Lime, Sand, inches need apply. AU recruitsatwish wrong he should do so without the once ing to enlist will please apply Cement and farming implements. to me in person, or by letter, to No. law having to forci him. But some C C Glass & Bro. parties won't do it. If they have a E. Short St, Lexington, Ky. 49 Camp Nelson, Ky. Van H. Denny, Captain. good walk batween them and town they dont care a cuss what other felColored Teachers Institute. , The Wrong Man. lows have to walk through. LancasThe Colored Teachers Institute- - for Through some mistake the name of ter has the poorest sidewalks of any Garrard county, for the current school year, will be held at the Court House John Beazley was given The Recobd as town in Central Kentucky and we in Lancaster, beginning Monday, Aug- the one before Kio.rt for s'e ing tur hope the efforts of the Council will prove successful. ust 1st, and continue five days. In- keys. The man tried was m in www in www in www in m wii. www www wniii ley. Jonn Uiaziey is an nonorabie structor Wm. D. Thomas-- . Co'urt Divided. tf. Elisa J. Lusk, Supt honest and hardworking colored man, When the Garrard county company who owns his home and lives in the Marksbury neighborhood. Those who of volunteers was orauizsd, they AkMttritty Pure Our Boys Left Oat., In selecting soldiers to go to Porto know him knew that he was not the were ordered to assemble in tha Court Rico from the camp at Chickamauga, man tried bat for fear some might get House on a certain day. After run the Sscond' Kentucky was left out and the wrong impression, we make correc ners had gotten the men together, an YORK. CO., MIOMa rowee to hold order came from the first and third are now on their tion.- - IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. WE ARE MAKING PECIAL LOW PMC N About having a Good Roof put upon your house? If you are, J R. Haselden will be glad to give you ures. Tiiere is no wear out to a Good Tin Roof. O Ladies Fancy Hosiery 2 J. Haselden. CORSETS 1 n IIMUS Attorneys at STILL GO AT REDUCED PRICES Lancaster Hoaie-mad- d I Ladies' ail Hisses' lm d &t n. y mi w n . Furniture, The LOGAN Lancaster, Ky. North Side Pub. Lancaster, Ky. Big Bargains in Shoes. We have Mj-er- s 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 ?5c to $1.25. Get first choice. S.-r- al - b.-tte- w Logan & Robinson. i ntm Afld-Bea- IT mm POWDER MZW head-quarte- OVAL CENTRAL RECORD 'EVERY WEEK BY LOCIS I.ASDRAM, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. TEKMS ( One Yfab. ( These Six Mouths. is advance " " $1.00 0 25 FRIDAY, Dewey first. July, 20, - 1808 Tiies comes Schley. Nkxt in order, Watson. And .'oot of the last, Sampson. ng- lleet as a Spais had better keep her nest egg. n remaini- colo A cheat many nels and general have been sent to Porto Rica They will now have to lay aside their yards of gold braid and fight. Good. Cokuktt aiid McCoy have been prize matched for a twenty-roun- d fight and from now until the scrap is over the dailies will crowd their col umns with matter pertaining to the fijrht The Arkansas preacher who has been suspended from the ministry by his brethren for practicing law must begin to realize the rapidly growing conviction that there is a vast and widening gulf between law ar.d the prophets. as to what Much has been officers Admiral Simpson will give credit for the Ccrvera victory. It does not amount to a hill of bsans what Sampson thinks about that fight the people know Schley did it, and to him will be awarded the people's praise. The attitude of the United States to- ward the Cuban insurgents remains unchanged, and the policy of furnish ing them with arms and supplies will be continued except as to Garcia and his troops. The latter have the line under their tail and will be per mitted to kick 'til they get it out. XVhes the surrendered Spanish troops are landed on their own soil, its a sa'e wager that they will never leave their native heath again to fight Americans or Cubans. The poor devils were de ceived into coming across the waters and their ollicers have lied to them persistently ever since 'they landed. Every mother's son of them would willingly stand up and be shot before coming on this side of the water again. Some fellow writing in the Louisville Times gives away Senator Goebel's banquet to the Press Association at the Cincinnati Lagoon. If the writer of the article was one of those invited and then failed to show up at the feast, he ought to be wooled for "giving it away." As the cat is out of the bag, we suppose there is nothing wrong in saying now if any editors stuck their rusty shins under the Senator's ma hogany we failed to see when and wher.2 it was. Tim XV. C T. U. and other organiza tions of Lexington have a project on foot to have the city council pass an ordinance to prohibit the appearance oa the streets of any woman in golf or bicycling costume, with the skirts higher than the shoe top. This move ment was evidently put on foot by the girls with peastick limbs. To be in the style they must wear the short dresses, and to appear thus would blast their matrimonial prospect. We will venture that no kick on the short skirt is coming from the girl with a limb. d We are not competent to judge the abilities of Sampson as a sailor, but it is perfectly clear that the authority recently given him has swelled his head away out of shape, and that a calling down is badly needed. A great many people get the big head when giyen a little authority, and Sampson has proyen no exception to the rule. Schley is entitled to all the glory of the Ccrvera fight, and because he won the honors old Sampson is doing his utmost to hound Schley down and keep him back. In his mad attempt to out shine Schley, Sampson is showing too much of the seat of his trousers. Lewis Wabxer, a Massachusetts banker who stole 040,000, has been arrested in Louisville. ;The papers tell of the com'ortable quarters the thief was placed in and the elegant entertainment furnished him. II ad some poor, hungry wretch stolen a loaf of bread or half dozen chickens he would be made to wear the convicts garb for years, but when a banker steals thousands of dollars he is fed on the fat of the land and lorded around like a king. bank thieyes should be punished just like poor people are made to suffer for wrong doings, and an occasional hanging among them would not be at all out of place. Despite the feeling of apprehension that there will be trouble between the N American troops and the natives in Manila, Admiral Dewey seems still to control the situation with a master hand and to be on good terms with Gen. Agninaldo Be has officially expressed the opinion that the Philippines insurgents are more capable of Admiral Dewey has displayed more good, horse sense and sound judgment during this trouble than has any one connected with its management, President McKinley, Cabinet, and the whole layout not excepted. The thing to do with Dewey 41 to him alone. Cuba. gents in than are the insur- E L. Woods bought this week one car load hogs at $3.25 per hundred. Messrs. John and Will Todd sold Xhiiv entire crop of wheat, consisting of 1,500 bushels to Henry Moore at 05 cents per bushel. gJOS.TOO. We are very sorry to haar of the E. C Blanks, of Lewisville, Texas, illness of Mrs. W. S. Fish. The doctor writes that one box of De Witt's Witch thinks she has fever. We hope she Hnzel Silve was worth 50.000 to him. will soon recover from that dread dis It cured his piles of ten years stand- ease. . ing. He advises others to try it It Wheat threshing is in full blast in PREACHERSVILLE. also cures eczema, skin diseases and this section now, but most of the farThe American navy has practically obstinate sores. Stormes Drug Store. mers seem disposed to hold it, as they G. A. Siler sold 150 sheep to E. P. lm think the price will be better later on. all teen built since 1SS3. It is said that the President will be Wheat in the shock has been damaged Woods for 3.25 per head. CoL XV. J. Bryan and his regiment J. L. Hutchins sold 14 sheep to Sol have joined Gen. Fitzhugh Lse's army ready to name the conditions of peace considerably by the recent rains. with Sp an today, and if Spain wants Miss Kate Smith, of Missouri, is vis Rigsby for 3.25 per head. at Jacksonville, Fla. pzace an armistice will be declared, iting her cousin, Miss Willie May DenJ. J. Thompson sold to Pony Beazley No yellow feyer has appeared in the 33 steers for October delivery for 4 Senator Morgan says that this Govern cavalry at Santiago, which is now ment must keep everything in sight, ny. Miss Bettie Francis, who has been We have not had fairer crops in this attending Lake Chautauqua, is expect camped in the base of the mountains and must also demand war indemnity. ed home this week. Miss Elizabeth neighborhood tor yeass than at pres two miles from El Caney. Senator Foraker is very anxious to see Embry, of ll'chmond, is the guest of ent Gen. Shuf tor authorizes a denial of the issue carried to a successful point, Miss Misses Jennie Jennie Parkes. Master Will Ilobbs got his foot Gen, the report that the Cubans under The latest official adveies from Santi Parkes and Annie Francis returned caught in a chain on a binder and hurt Garcia met and attacked a body of ago in regard to the health of the army Saturday from a weeks visit to rela very badly. Spanish troops on their way to sur show that the medical othcers in tives and friends at Lancaster. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. render. charge will have hard work to prevent Misses Lynic DaHay and Ora Alex- Ben Kennedy is reported to be in a Gen. Gomez has expressed gratificaa serious spread of disease among the der, of Cloverport, are visiting Miss vey critical condition. tion at the policy of the United States troops. It does not appear, however, Bra William Anderson, from Oklt. Government in supplying the needy Cu- that yellow fever has made much head Lucile Ramsey. Miss Kate Smith, of bans, saying that it tends to convince way and the administration hopes that Missouri, is the charming guest of Miss homa City, preached at the Baptist them of the sincerity of this Govern no more virulent from of the dreaded Willie Mae Dunn. Miss May me Ram church Sunda3r night. sey is expected home Wednesday, af ment. diseasd will develop. Up to the pre ter a pleasant visit to Arkansas and Fire caught in the store room of J. The government has bought alto sjnt time there has been no very severe Texas. Miss Willie Mae Denny enter L. Hutchings about 9 o'clock Sunday 35: boats since the beginning of case of the yellow fever reported and gether tained the boys and cirls who have morning and burned to the top of the the war, and has paid over S9.000.000 the medical department of the army called oa her visitor, last Friday eve shelves and caught in a keg of powder ox cases for them. The smallest are launchers has iound that the insolation ning. Those present were Misses Lu which exploded and did considerable worked very successfully run by naptha or electric engines has cile Ramsey, Ora Alexander, Lynie De damage, bjth to house and goods. No while the largest are transports of 8,- insurance. What to do with the Philippines is a Hay, Mary Jones, Minnie McCormack 000 tons. matter concerning which the Adminis Mattie McCormack, Estelle Poyntz, "I think DjWitt's Witch Hazel Salye "Care makes luck." Farmers always tration has not. yet decided upon Ellen Mays, Alma and Mary Lear, El is the finest preparation on the market good luck with their hogs policy, beyond a purpose to restrain at veree and, Jennie Wallace, Kate Smith for piles." So writes John C. Dunn, of will have when fed Dr. Haas' Hojr Remedy, the least a coaling: station there. A diplo Messrs. Jim and Wm.' Arbuckle, Will Wheeling, W. Va. Try it and you will only reliable menicinc for swine, mat at Washington thinks there will and Sam Denny, Wade Terrill, Will think the same. It also cures eczema Thousands of testimonials from lead be a general grab from the Powers if Jones, Geo. Wilson, Harry Francis, Dr. and all skin diseases. Stormes Drug ing breeders and feeders. For sale by the island is returned to Spain, unless Woods Ojrilvie, Ed Walker. All had a Store. lm J. M. Iligginbotham. lm the United States joins with Spain in very enjoyable evening, and about ten Miss Nathalie Schenck, of Babj'lon protecting it The alliance with Agui o clock elegant reireshmerts were MARKSBURY. Li. I., started a chain for the purpose naldo is considered by this diplomat an served. Miss Elizabeth Embry, of II os unwise move. Mr. T. L. Broaddus is quite sick at of raising 2,000 for the Red Cross Richmond, is the guest of Misses Fan pital service. She recently received this writing. The preparations for docking the ar nie and Jennie Parks. 9,000 letters in one day. She is anx mor clads indicate that the Adminis Reuben Naylor sold to J. W. Poor; Our baby has been continually yearling mule for 30. ious to stop the chain, as she has rc tration is in no hurry about sending troubled with colic and cholera ceived about 4,000 already. Commodore Watson to Spanish waters fantum since his birth, and all that Miss Katharine Moore will begin the A movement is on foot to present The battleship Texas has been o: d :red we could do for him did not seem to five months public school at Rice Acad Cervera with a home at Tampa, Fla. to Brooklyn to be docked. Following give more than temporary relief, un emy, Monday, Aug. 1st her the Iowa, Indiana and Massachu til we tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cho provided he concludes to remain Rev. W. M. Kuykendall returned this country, for his kind treatment setts will be sent North in turn for the lera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Since home Saturday, after holding a tw to Hobson and crew. To return to his same purpose. The bottoms of all of giving that remedy he has not been week's meeting at Lebanon. Th native land would certainly mean them are foul and most of them need troubled. We want to give you this church was very much reviyed, and death to the great Spanish naval offi repairs of some kind. It is not unlike testimonial as an evidence of our grat there were IS additions. ly that the Oregon may also be docked. itude, not that you need it to adver cer. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Naylor, spent John S. Strick, of Company H, Thii tise pour meritorious remedy. 'J. M Saturday with Ben Naylor, at Bun It is expected that the first deporta tion of Spanish troops will take place Michigan Volunteer Inf&nt Law, Keokuk, Iowa. For sale by R. Vista. Misses Bessie Bullock, Mary lm, at Santiago today Thursday, and as ry, Camp Alger, says: "We want the E. McRoberts. Rout and Ella Dunn, and Messrs Her soon as the Spanish soldiers leave Cu prayers of Endeavorers all over the mon Frazier, Wilson Moore and Wm, bans will be allowed to entjr the city. world for the boys, not only of Michi STONE. Markabury, attended the hop at Crab All unarmed persons are, however, gan, but from all States in the Union Mr. and Mrs. Orchard, last week. Lewis Burdett sold to Joha Hill, 11 now allowed free access to the city who are now serving their country. Waller Greening, of Ilustonvillc, visit shoats at 2 a piece. The yellow fever does not promise to l'ray lor those of us who are serving ed their aunt and uncle, Miss Jennie be a crreat scourge to our troops. The the Master, that we may ever have the Lum Teater sold to J. B. Saunders and David Swope, last week. Miss Ju cases that have broken out are mild strength and courage to live near to 15 hogs at 3c per pound. lia Henry Parks entertained a few and the rigid enforcement of sanitary Christ Pray also for those who do Jas. Littrell sold a bunch of ahoats friends on the evening of the 23rd. All rules and quarantine laws bids fair to not profess to be followers of Christ to John II ill at 3c per lb. report an enjoyable time. Miss Lillie reduce the disease to a point where it that they maj' be won over to Him. J. B. Saunders bought of Cecil Broad Sutton has returned fiom a visit to will not be a great menace to the An examination of the wrecks of the her sister, Mrs. Mike Kennedy, at dus, two steers at 3 per lb. health of the troops. vessils of Admiral Cervera's fleet show Crab Orchard. Mrs. Malinda Preston, who was very and thirteen-incThursday was the queen's birthday, that the twelve-inc"I have used Chamberlain's Coug' ill, is some better at this writing. (She was born July 31, 185S), but "ow guns played relatively a small part i Dr. J. A. Anion bought of Mrs. Mol Remedy in my famiy for years and ing to the nation's circumstances" the tha work of destruction. Most of the always with good results," says Mr. lie East, a suckling calf for 15. h usual official reception and banquets work was doae by eight-incW. B. Cooper of El Rio, Cal. "For shells and were suppressed. The only ceremony and Mr. ana Mrs. x. rreston are rejoic small children we find it especially fine girl baby was a private mass celebrated in the projectiles, thi shells strik ing over the arrival of a effective." For sale by R. E. McRob chapel of the royal palace, Madrid ing oftener than shells of any other lm, Mai Carty, of Buckey, sold his farm erts. The royal family and the court at caliber. As only the Brooklyn fired on Sugar Creek to Steve Walker, for shells this showing is a proof 230. tended the service. Mccreary. The press of Paris is now occupied of the great part played by the cruis T. L. Saunders delivered a nica bunch with the propsad visit of Commodore er in the battle. Messrs. J. D. and J. F. Hardin, J. E, cts. of lambs to Ben Robinson at 4 Watson, which the Gaulois considers All the President and majority of his per pound, last week. LaRue and Charles Simpson, Edward an indirect insult proffered to all the Cabinet would like to hold would be Grow and H. II. Pherigo went to High Hiram Ray sold to Ben Cotton, of Bridge Sunday to hear B. Fay Mills. continental nations. The Parisian ed coaling stations in the Philippines an bunch of cattle, the steers Misses Iva and Linda Hendron, itors are also findiug much to amuse Guam Island, in the Ladrones. With Madison, a per ib. them in the supposed perplexities of the natives quite as capable of self at 42 and heifers at 3 Kirksville, visited relatives here last the Americans on account of the atti- government as the Cubans, it may be G W. Mitchell and wife were called week! Misses Sadie Menzies, Magg tude of the insurgents in both Cuba that he Administration will determine to the bedside of "Ltheir daughter, Mrs. Sandidge, Alice Sadler, Minnie Pher and the Philippines. to maintain a force in the islands of Robert Burton, last week, who is very igo and Jennie Harding were enter Cubans of Cienfugos have sent an ur the Far East until a stable govern sick with fever. tained by Miss Nora Sanders the latter gent appeal to Admiral Sampson to ment is in operation in the Phillipp part of last week. Mrs. Lish Forbes Mack Coy, of Kirksville, visited bis hasten his operations, take possession nes, and then withdraw just as it visited relatives at Mt Hebron Sunday. uncle, T. L. Saunders, last week. Miss of the town and rescue from starvation proposed to do in Cuba. This is one of Miss Jennie Gulley who visited in Lan Lon Preston, of Beuna Vista, visited about 5,000 old men, women and chil- many suggestions, but it is purely week has returned home caster relatives here last week. Mrs. Peach-i- e Miss last dren. Their situation is described as matter of speculation to say whether Bettie Alexander and mother vis Grow entertained Sunday, in honor Mrs. Price Sutton last week. Mr. horrible, and they declare that "if the or not the president will adopt in It a ited great people of the United States do is appreciated by the authorities that of her guest, Miss Cordie Johnson,and James Martin and two daughters, not come quick to our help we are the abandonment of the Phillippines large number of her relatives Misses Maud and Mabel, of Lexington will mean the seizure of the different young friends. Lewis Burdett and visited her sister, Mrs. Jennie Broad lost" family, Frank Land and family, were Maj. Gen. Shatter reports S9C new islands by European Powers, and it is the guests of the latters brother, L. dus last week. cases oi icvcr oi ail Kinds at his camp questionable whether the authorities Burdett, of Mt. Hebron. Miss Cordie, The Cheif Burgess of Milesburg, Pa. Saturday and four deaths, with none would be willing to abandon them. the charming daughter of Russell says De Witt's Little Early Risers are in four days. He is from yellow fever M Cambon, the French Ambassador Johnson, of Winchester.returned home the best pills he ever used in his fam now feeding 11,000 Spanish prisoners. to the United States, Tuesday present- Tuesday, from a several days visit ly during forty years of house keepin He has expelled from Cuba Sylvester ed to President McKinley the formal with friends and relatives here, accom- They cure constipation, sick head Scovel and three correspondents of a and direct request of Spain for a state panied by her cousin, Miss Peachie ache and stomach and liver troubles. rival yellow journal whom he found it ment of the terms upon which peace Grow, and other friends as far as Bur-gi- Small in size but great in results. necessary to arrest for violations of the wouia De granted, xae communicaIm where they expect to visit rela- - Stormes Drug Store. military laws and for issuing incendia tion from the Spanish goyernment was ry circulars. a brief one. It frankly acknowledged There are now 11,000 United States that the fortune of war had gone troops on the way to Porto Rico, if not against Spain. No suggestions was already there. Maj. Gen. Miles took made or could be made at that stage 3.500 from Santiago. Brig, Gen. Wil- as to the concessions which Spain son 3,600 from Charleston and Brig. would be willing to m ke and there Gen. Schwan 4,000 from Tampa. Ma. was no request for an armistice. The Gen. Brooke has 5,500 assembled at President informed M. Cambon that he Newport News, and the only three would consult his Cabinet before anSoathern regiment at Tampa have been swering and that the Ambassador ordered to proceed at once to Porto would be notified when to return to OR Rico. This makes a total of 20,300 men. reciive the reply of this Government It will probably be several days before A soldier at Chattanooga got a six the President replies. It is believed hours leave in order to marry. The that at present he favors these terms: bride and broom hustled to a station Independence for Cuba, the cession but found no magistrate and by the Porto RicDand the Ladrones and of a time he found a preacher the six hours coaling station in the Philippines. had expired. The soldier groom was Concerning the demand to be made immediately arrested for not co.ning in at the expiration of his time, sent as to the Philippines whether for the to the guard house for six days and cession of the Islands or for only a Orders taken for all Foreign or Domestic Magizines or Newspape s i fined feix dollars. This might be term- oaling station and on the subject of a money indemnity, the President will ed a '"fool laughs at his own folly." doubtless receive many suggestions "During the hot weather summer I be 'ore he replies to the Queen Regent had a severe attack of cholera morbus, It is believed that an .agreement will necessitating my leaving my business," be quickly reach 3 1 with Spain as to says Mr. C. A. Hare, of Hare Bros., Cuba and Porto Rico, but that the Fincastle, Ohio, "After taking two Philippine question is likely to prove a or threee doses of Chamberlain's Colic, stumbling-blocBURNSIDE, KY., 3rd SESSION BEGINS SEPT. 8th. It is not the inten Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I was tion of the United States to in any way Full Faculty of five Experienced teachers. All College graduates completely relieved and iu a few hours change the plans in regard to Porto was able to resume my work in the Rico on account of the overtures for Enrollment last year 105. Excellent Courses offered in Latin, Greek, store. I sincerely recommend it to peace which have been made by the German, French, English, Mathematics, Science, History. Music, Ora any ' one afflicted with stomach r Spanish gjyernmen'4 through the meTERMS, moderate. BOARDING DEbowel trouble." For sale by R E dium of the French Ambassador. The tory and Physical Culture. PARTMENT all that could be wished lor Comfort and Convenience. McRoberts. Im preparations for sending off to Porto Something over $200,000 will be pi'd Rico the rest of the army designated For particulars and catalogue address the Principal, by this government as "head mcne,'' for that place will, be continued as A- to toe officers and sailors who destroy rapidly as possible. JAMES C. DOLLEY, l-h h six-incfive-inc- h e five-inc- h five-inc- h 2 n, The War. ed Cerrera'i squadron. According to the law the officers and men of Samp son's vessels will uo emitted to siuu for every officer and man on board the six Spanish ships destroyed off Santi ago. This force comprised a total of On this record the gavernment 2,ii87. will pay Sampson's officers and men PAINT LICK. tiye3 for a few days. Mrs. Rebecca Scott and Mrs. Mattie Roberts and children, of Little Hickman, visited relatives here last week. Several of the young folks from here attended (Si preaching at Mt Hebron, Sunday. The editor of the Evans City, Fa- Globe, writer "Oae Minute Cough Q. Cure is rightly named. It cured my children after all other remedies fail ed." It cures coughs, colds and all throat and lung1 troubles. Stormes Drug Store. lm 0 SCARED UP. That's what they are but it's too late now to come down in f prices. The people are no fools by any means and daily ask the question WHAT HADE THEM CHARGE SUCH 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 gc per qt. coke Manhattin Sweet Chocolate 7c. No. 1 Lamp chimneys 4c. No. 2 Lamp chimneys 5c, and all other goods accordingly. BLUE GRASS GROCERY GO., EPH. P. BROWN, E. AV. Idllard. Mgr. oooooooo oooooooooooooo! Jr.o. B.Stfcut. EADING ) BUGGISTS.J Site Stationery, Paints, Oils, Etc. DANVILLE, ORGANIZED 1883. :- -: KENTUCKY. the HOTIOML CAPITAL $200,000.00 1 ooooooooooooooi PITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, U OF LANCASTER. FY. BANK Capital, Surplus Fund $100,000 15,000 s J. F. Robinson. Jb, Ass't BUSINESS SOLICITED. LANCASTER, KT. President Cashier A. R. Den NT. President. Jno. E. Stoemes, Vice President. Yin. H. Einnaibd, Cashier. Carefal and Prompt Attention Guaranteed J. M. Hiqqinbothak Lewis Y. Liavbll B. F. Hudson W. O. 0. D. Bisnkt Walxib DIRECTORS: Assistant CasU'i Bookkeepei a. CD INST, Assistant Cash'r. R. T. Embbt J.M.HIGGINBOTHAM, LlWIS Y.LXATXLL, DIRECTOR3 J. 8. Johnson, H. C. Arnold, Js. Alxx.Gibbs, T.M. Arnold, B.F.Hudson. J. J. Walixb Jacob Y. Robinson. Jas Spllxnan, Saia'l. D.Cochran, A. C. Robinson. Alex. R. Denny. W. R. Cook. L. Davidson, Jno. E. Stormes. Danville, Ky. CALDWELL LANIER SHOES. PLEASURE TO LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE. OjXjXj oust WE WANT TO tjs. TRUNKS audVALISJES. SEE YOU ISUBANCE Whether You Buy Or Not HREail'MK Jrlltii PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH SPRINGFIELD AJNJJ MAitJJNxi CO I 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 OP INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK. White Lead and Oil. Robinson & Hamilton We are Glad to Sell Either. Igts Office ovei Post Office. CjVXcaitkr. : : : Kentucky I MEAN THIS. .Miss Sallie Tillett. MIROBERTS' DRUG STORE. I NEW LIVERY. I have purchased the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the it I KENT UCKY oat pain. Crown and Brldee Work a specialty. Office over J. R. Haselden's hardware store, next to Court House, Lancaster. Ky. yS. JJEAZIiEY, DENTIST. Teeth filled and extracted with II I Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers Skin Disease For the moedv and cermanent cnY? tetter, salt ilieum ai.(I eczema. Cham berlaxn's Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal. It relieves the itching and smarting almost; instantly anil its cantiuaed toe effects a permaneafc nre. It also cards itch, barber's itch, scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and granalated lids. k. I BICE BENGE LI fl. Printing. Bring us your Job Dr.lcUr Coditia Fawfcrs for horses are the best tonic, blood parifier andYeradfag. Price, aSceate- - Sold by E.E. McBoberts, Druggist, Laacuter WE ARB SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN. SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED. Tias-eToll Ss-re- BARGAINSlO OFFERED. s Orea:. BE Some of our $12, $13.50 $15.00 and $16,50 Suits now for $1 0. NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH Fine Straw Hats 50c on $1.00. Negligee Shirts. Stacy Adams Fine Shoes. Suits made to order in Danville. d. CERTA IT'S WAR FOE FOR IT. WE ARE READY HE More Local. No Fair COME AND SEE OUR SUITINGS AND WORK SHOP. J. L. Frohman &Co., woirxn:iiir,rjL Telephone it, and in fr.ct, the court has offered SI, 500 for it. '1 he Richmond company has given in n'o road at 0.5 per mile LOBE 136, WALLACETON. Hiram Bowlin sold to Geo. A. Bal- Danville, Ky. CLEJ.jViyC- SylLU. all the goods in my line whether Xget cost or not and my customers always reap a great "benefit. This time my bargains will he first coming will get the Cream, All goods in the millinery line go in this sale. so Always this time of the year my desire is to get rid of at Danville. and aski the couuty "' The county lard a small bunch of lambs at 3 The efforts to have a fair at Danville has offered $31.50 for this property. pjr pound proved in vain, and there will be no The court' Monday instructed the John Ponder, w o for some time has exhibition. utlje to employ additional counsel to been in rather poor health, is now assist the attorney in the matter. Hard to Tell. Annoying Sliko. Its hard to say which of the two is meanest, the man who never pays for a A te'eram to a daily paper says paper, or the oae who borrows h:s Capt. Mike Salter and the Legion offneighbors icers are at outs over some receipts for clothinjr. Capt Salter is quartermas Fair at Hustouville. ter for the Legion and it seems that We are under obligations to the during his absence some one gave out Ilustonville Fair Association for cour- clothing to the amount of several tesies. Their exhibition will be held thousand dollars. When he asked for August 10, 11 and 12, and promises to receipts from those getting the stuff, s be in every way. he was refused. Of course he will get into no serious trouble over the matJJlue for the Second. ter as the men have the clothes and do A dispatch says our soldier boys have 'I he general not deny put to work building winter quar- impression getting them. whole thing is ters at Chickamauga. Instead of fight- is a schemehere that the worry Sal worked up to ing Spaniard's it now looks as if they and ter. The put in the winter in the woods of one of Legion has a lot of pets, Roy will their particular ones was Chickamauga. McDonald, who was quartermaster and who failed to pass the physical Notice to Prohibitionists. There will be a mass Convention of examination. This rued the feather the Prohibitionists oi the 8th Con- bed aggregation and as Salter was gressional District, held at the Court given the place it is quite natural that House in N.eh lasvtlle, on Monday the curled darlings should take out August 15th ii o'clock p. m. Ollicers their &pite on him. If they think they will be elected, and a candidate for they can bulldoze or run over Mike Congress placed in nomination. Any they are sadly mistaken. He is an gentleman and every party proh.bition'st in the honest, straight-forwar- d District is authorized to attend as a and, if nagged at much longer, will spank every darling in Castlemau's d legate. By order of the Executive Com nursery. O. T. Wallace. July 'Joih 18JS. 31 Excursions, via ChesSpecial apeake and Ohio Kailway. Makiugr 'Km Hump. The Chesapeake and Ohio Ry., will The names of some parties who have never paid for The Recoiid since we run the following excursions to the on dates named. The tick took charge of it, were sent to the Chicago Collecting Agency several ets will be good going on regular weeks ago. That concern is setting a trains, to which necessary sleeping hot dish for the delinquents and mati- cars will ba attached. On July 10 and August 11th, to Atng them wisn they had toted fair with us. We have another batch made cut lantic City .and C:ipi May, via Washand they too will be sent if the pirties ington, round trip rate only 14.00 persist in refusing to square up with from Lexington and correspondingly u. We can not p iblish the paper on low rates from other Central Ken piomises. tucky points. Tickets good eleven- days returning. Court Day. On July 2Sth, a round trip rate of .A big crowd came in Monday but S13 00 will bj made to Old Point Com A few sales of business was dulL fort, Va. Tickets pood going regular stock were made, which are given trains and good returning twelve days. elsewhere. While the demand for This is the best time to visit Old Point, stock was good, yet owners wanted owing to the interesting military most too stilt" prices. Farmers are Send in your name for sleepabout through with their wheat. A ing cars space or for any information little more is to be threshed from the desired. Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A. shock, but most of it has been stacked. Lexington, Kentucky. Several said they feared that which had been stacked would be in bad contetter from Herndou Young. dition by reason of moisture. If the Ox the Battle Field, June 20. rains continue that yet in shecks is We landed on the evening of the sure to spoil. 22nd, and camped on shore until 4 o'clock on the next day when we packSerious Charge. ed up for a march of eleven miles. The Richmond Daily Register says After a march of three miles on the John Clause and Jack Hollingsworth, two white men, living on Paint Lick morning of the 25th we were fired up Creek, were trlel before Judee Sulli- on by the Spaniards who were hiding van this morning on the charge of in the bushes. After a three hours' stealing a horse from James Marcum fight the Dons made a hasty retreat and held to the grand jury in the sum toward Santiago six miles distance. of S300. The evidence adduced at the There was only 930 of us asrainst sevtrial developed the fact that Clouse eral thousand Spaniards. General and Hollingsworth had also taken Wheeler said he never heard of stand, money from Ma cum, while the latter ing fire like we did. We are now in sight of Santiago and was intoxicated and they were immediately rearrested on the charge of a grand sight it is too, waiting before we make a grand attack, for our heavy robbery. artillery to arrive'and be place 1 on the Splendid Connection. hill that commands the town. Had the Spaniards known the posA Recoiid man went down to Rowland on the night train Monday and ition they had us in they could have the excellent connections made caused massacred every one of us, instead we him to almost shout from joy. The had but 8 killed. Captain McClintock, were train from Louisville gets to Rowland Majjr Brodie aud Norman at the same time the one from Lancas- wounded here. ter pulls in. The two trains are side I thing after we take the city we by side and passengers step from one will have a good time. Two thousand Cubans are in front coach to the other. This train then runs up to Stanford and waits there of us ready to go into Santiago. something mora than an hour and The island in this part is very mounstatti back to Cincinnati as soon as tainous and coconuts are plentiful. Oar band is playing and it takes one the Knoxville train, going to Louisville, gets in. The trains are fitted up back to Phoenix, where I would often Very truly with elegant coaches and make splen- like to be. Hersdon Youxg. did time. They are well patronized Troop B 1st. Vol. Cav. and the conductor told us the travel had greatly increased since running ADVERTISED LETTERS them this way. first-clasSa-dhoman-uver- s. 0.-ra- GREATER THAN EVER, MRS. MOODY IIAEDEN. fined CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, to her be J for three weeks wi.h fever, is convalesing; Mrs. II. M. l$illou isvisitmr. iu Stan- - July 21, - 1898 ford. Miss Mab'e Royston leaves this week "PT? P ft A"XT A T I Judge Hemphill is spending the weelc Oi chard. MUs Xannee Harris is visiting1 relatives near McCrcary. Miss Xellie Dillon has returned from a pleasant visit to Corbin. Dspot Aent Patterson is rusticating in the mountains this week. Mrs. S. D. Rothwell, of Dripping Springs, was here this week. Mr. John M. Logan is in the mountains on business this week. Mr. S. Jordm, of Xicholasville, was in our city Saturday and Sunday. Misses Lizzie and Mattie Thompson are visiting relatives in Stanford. Miss Annie Austin has returned from a visit to friends in Crab Orchard. Miss Sadie ISaughman, of Richmond, is visiting her aunt, .Mrs. E. W. Morrow. at Crab A large crowd of young folks attend- ed the ball at Crab Orchard, Friday evening. Mrs. William Uerkcle and daughter, Alma, have returned from a visit to Danville. Miss Lelia S. Dade, of Henderson, i& visiting Mrs. C. T. Jenkins, near Miss Lena Gorden Tillett is expected this week to visit Misj Maggie Tomlinson. Misses Ella Moore and MaryPerkin'!, of Danville, have been Mrs. Wm. Romans guests. Dr. Hugh Grant and family left this week for several week's visit to Dripping Springs. Mr. R. Avrett, of the Rryanlsville neighborhood visited W. B. Jarvis' one day this week. Mr. Wade Bush is expected this week from St. Louis, to visit his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Rush. Mrs. Dolph Rice, of Danville, has been visiting Mrs. Elbert Smith, at Mrs George Farri Herbert Price, of Danville, was here Saturday on his way to Crab Orchard Springs, for two weeks. Mrs. V. T. May and son, James, were visiting at Mr. W. li. Jarvis' the first of the week. Miss May Jarvis, who hes been con- - to visit friends in Middlesboro. Mrs. Rachel Hemphill is spending a few weeks at Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. J. W. Proctor and daughter, Mrs. Duncan, of Danville, are guests of relatives in our citj Mesdames E W. Harris and S. B Henry speut 'ihursday with Mrs. J. 11 Carson near Crab Orchard. Judge Hughes and Clay Hamilton are working on a Maccabee ledge at Hubble. This lodge gives good iusui-anc- e and is about the best we know of. Mrs. G S Gaines and daughter, Miss Julia Mae, leaves this week for a visit to Lexington relatives! Geo. Lusk was a visitor in this city Sunday. Jle is on duty as TJ. S. store keeper in Ande sm county. Miss Jayuie Shumate, who has been quite ill at the home of her sister in London, Ky., is convalescing. Misses Lizzie and Brace Pumphre' left this week for an extern e visit to Lexington, "N'icholasville ar.il Wilmore. Mrs Carpenter, of Lexiug'o i, and Mrs. Turner, of Versailles, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Carpenter. Miss Nannie Gaines has retu ned from a pleasant visit to Campbellsville. She was accompanied home by Miss Ruth Williams. Mis3 Eugenia Bush entertained at a dining Monday in honor of one of our brave soldiers, Sergt. Dick McGrath, of Chickamauga. Misses Mary Hendrcn and Irene Bourne, two pretty girls from Jessamine, visited Miss Nellie Bourne in lower Garrard last week. Mr. John Mershon and wife, Mrs. Carper, Mr. J. G. Hagan, Miss Jennie y Mershon, Mr. Tildun Urey, Miss and Mr. Fred Oakley, of Corbin, were guests of Miss Nellie Dillon this 1 Mat-tingl- confined to his room. R. G. Mitchell, who, only two weeks ago left for Cincinnati, to be gone two years, was home on a visit Sunday. If the frequent showers continue a few week's longer, some of our farmers will have to "pull their old barns down and build greater,' or else leave some of their crop outside. 'Squire J. A. Baker and wife left this week for a month's visit in the West and North. They will first speed two weeks with their son, John M., and other relatives at Piattsburg, Mo , then coming back to Ohio, will with each of their two spend a k sons, Wm. 11., and Chas. M., who live there. E. W. Baker is again "holding the for the fort" at Baker's school-hous15th term, aud is now having an at tendance of nearly 00 pupils. Both the teacher and the children seem to feci very much at home and report things moving along pleasantly. Some of the prcsuut pupils are children of some of his former pupils. Sick headache, biliousness, constipan tion and all liver and stomach be quickly cured by using those famous little pills known as DoWitt's Little Early Risers. They arc pleasant to take and never gripe. Stormcs lm Drug Store. w-ce, troub-lesica- FROM Alii SATURDAY. Ladies 50 cent hose for 35 cents. Gents 50 cent Suspenders lor 35 cents, I also guarantee to duplicate any prices made elsewhere on Merchandise. Call and inspect. TERMS CASH. J. W. SWEE1TEV. ! p P ' mr or PUBLIC SALE OF GARRARD COUNTY LAND. On Friday, Ansnst l'Jth at 10 o'cloclc a. m. I, J. VT. Poor, of William Dunu will offer for sale on the premises 2 inilea norrh-weof Jlryantsville, Ky., la Garrard comity, MT. HEBRON Field Fencing. A fence that always keeps its shape We have had plenty of rain. because it's built that way Master Norman Grow entertained a Nsthln? lint vv. z: lircivilv ga'vanlttd wire number of young friends Sunday. made of best Hcssc-mc- t steel i seil iu its con. Mir.ction amt in all the so different stylci Mrs. Tom Montgomery is very sick made turn's bllfcitidt ofstcU and leaves the at this writing. Miss Edna and ciw shel-- ire ho'ie. granaries .te. Plea ty oi iruu iiiui never lalllng water. TERMS: One third cash on January 1st. 'JJ, balance In two cnual iivinent-- t in one. and two year'' with f. per cent interest from January Ut ls'JJ. The ilrst payment to be se cured uy approver! innorsers. u.m on or William Duun or the undersigned at stock unharmci while the fence standi strong lSryttutdvillv, and sturdy. Ky. hinge-join- of good. Improved fnrmlns laiuNnnd 75 or 100 acre of timbered cliff lands adjoiniui;. which win ue tnrouii iu wun the lurm. The improvement.'! coiuist of a lame stock: l.aru. crib who is teaching school atGunu's Chapel, spout Satur-j.i- y and Sunday with her mother and father at home. Mrs. Bessie Scott and two daughters, Bettie and Ruby, spant a few days I ist week with Mrs. Emma Peel, near Nicholasville. FLATWOOD. pj THIS t makes an ad- - St J.W. POOR, Assignee. u ven's stay Leuuing wires froir. THAT KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS- - rimp makes rs t'ght a fonce insunracrasin win- r, r.nd preveiilsstay v.'ire rom being displaced. week. Dr. Acton and family have moved Crab ui timi u 1 Springs.?35 from Lincoln county and taken rooms at the Lancaster hotel, on Danville street. Dr. Acton brings high recommendations as to his ability as a physician and surgeon. 1 he Recop.d extends a welcome to the doctor. James Rucker, of Paint Lick, who has had charge of the telegraph office here during the illness of operator has gone to Winchester to take charge of the office just opened by the Postal Telegraph Company. Richmond Pantagraph. Wm. Landram McFarland is visiting relatives in Lancaster. He is the only son of Capt. and Mrs W. C. McFarland and was born and lived in Lancaster several years. Ho is studying medicine at a leading school in New York and his mother is now in that city. He thinks his father was only slightly wounded in the San Juan fight and says he has never bien away from his company since thebigfiht took place. Persons troubled with diarrhoea will be interested in the experience of Mr. W. M. Bush, clerk o' Hotel Dorrance Providence, R. I. He says; "For several years I have been almost a con W. II. Furr sold five lambs to Ben It; and few, if any, as good. Robinson for S23. Kanufactufcd ?y Ebb Cook sold his old sheep to Law-so- n 1UEP.ICAN STHEL AND WIRE CO., PITTSBURG, & McCarley fori- - per head, also roa SALS BY per hundred. his lambs for 4 Miss Virgie Worrel opened school at J.C.Robinson, Lawson school house Monday with good attendance. Rev. Johnson, assisted by Rev. Lay, ALL WOMEN Should know that tha are holding a protracted meeting at "Old Tluiu" Jiemedy, Good Hope church. Rev. T. II. Campbell, the Lancaster minister, is visiting W. II. Furr and at tending the meeting. Thousands of persons have been cur ed of piles by using De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It heals promptly and cures eczema and all skin diseases It gives immeditte relief. Stormes Drug Store. lm l-- 'i There's r.o fence that Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall. All visiting Knights are fraternally invited. G. B. SWIXEBROAD, C.C. excels J. E. Robinsox, K. R. & S. PA. Notice. All persons havins claims ayiin-- i the estate of T. L. Harris, deceased, will present them, properly proven, to Joseph Arnold, administrator of said T. L. Harris, or to 11. Lancaster. attorney, within the next thirty days. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said T. I.. Han is, dee'd.. will plcaci come forward and pay same to said admiuis trator. Joseph Arnold. This July 11. 1j05 Adm'r. T. L. Harris, dee'd. j W. H. LACKEY j I Successor to Lackey & Gulley. iPirst-Ola- s I I LIVERY SHE. ! I HANDSOME TURNOUTS, (Tsthc hect forrn!cTrmiM. Corrects a.l organs. MiotilillK) lrre;rulRrlUesiiiF:.ialu lukHH for ' w.xt oi Life ar.rt hefore Flistcrs "M Tine" J:enraic3 liavo btvklttie RE A SONABLE PRICES. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO tist lor tvvoiti alaiooniyb ye tun.; Jleil'MneOx, 3, .c:;e&cc. Chat- 1 For sale by R. E McRobjrts.'Lar.caster J 530mwwowir3 TRAVELING MEM. Get One of Hese Boasters Free! Call at my store and we plain. will ex- I aui still in the lead with U stant sufferer from diarrhoea, the fregCOOI,, cC EXHILARATING, quent attacks completely prostrating RESTFUL gp me and rendering me unfit f r my g duties at this hotel. About two years S3 ago a traveling salesman kindly gave 8 MUSIC, me a of Chamberlain's 5g Colic, small bottle Diarrhoea Remedy. AMUSEMENTS, Cholera and GOOD For terms address BEST GOODS. LOWEST PRICES. Goods are all fresh. LIVING.? ' Pron'r.- is m G-nt- i TTnfVnn.TiTi. Much to my surprise and delight its effects were, immediate. Whenever I felt symptoms of the disease I would fortify myself against the attack with a few doses of this valuable remedy. The result has been vry satisfactory and almost complete rilief from the affliction." For sale by R. E. McRob-erts- . lm. For Back Taxes. The Fiscal Court, at it's meeting Monday, instructed the county attorney to take steps toward instituting suits against the Crab Orchard and Richmond turnpike for back taxes. A msmber of the court tells Tun Rec-obthat tha Crab Orchard pike has been given in to the assessor at $503 miles in for the seven and OarrarJ. The company now asks tha county to pay them $800 per mile for d one-ha- lf all. Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac; Brant, LANGDON'S BREAD Jarrott; Dudderar, Jno. T.; Huggens, Sanders; Williams. R. L. One letter PLEASE GIVE addressed Miss Mattie Lee Basse tt. Madison Co., no post office given. TRIAL. When called for, say "advertised." Remaining In Lancaster Post ending July 35. Office week I can please DAILY. US A & f!lk THAN and Summer AuiiuA f laHICrS vin kf cures Neuralgia and Toothache five mutes sour Stomach Complaints. Price, 25 Cents. CoUc, CUBAN RELIEF 1 1 ML U Doctors Catft Cure It! Contagious blood poison is absolutely beyond the skill of the doctors. They may dose a patient for years on their mercurial and potash remedies, but he will never be rid of the disease ; on the other hand, his condition will grow steadily worse. S. S. S. is the only cure for this terrible affliction, because it is the only remedy which goes direct to the cause of the disease and forces it from the system. I vras afflicted with Blood Poison, and the best doctors did me no good, though I took. their treatment ialin-fullvIn fact. I soemed while. I took almost every blood remedy, but they did not seem to reach the disease, and had no effect whatever. I was disheartened, for it seemed that I would never be At the advice ol ' cured. a friend I then took 8. S. S., and began to improve. I continued the .uiinina ntirl It mre-- me comnletoly. build ing up my health and Increasing my appetite. us... AltlloUgU IMS was len years nSu, -. yet naa a sign ox u uStaunton, Va. ocrat to get woree all the l'Jja old custon; of "ty etkinrj" horses has become aba at abjolota, and the foal is taug-asubmission to a man's will in a geutle anl gradual manner, which has greatly lessened the propor tion of unruly and vicioui hors33, and has dons away with much of the w rk and many of the dangers attending the subduing and breaking of youug animals. Win your battles against disease by acting promptly. O le Minute Cough results. Cure produces immediate When taken ear'y it prevents cousump- tion. And m later stages it lurni. shea prompt relief. Stormes Drug lm Store. IMeecek Items. Currey & Forsythe have bought 10,000 bushels of wheat in the past few days at 07 to 70 cents. of Jake Board shipped a double-decklambs to Cincinnati, this week that cost him 5 cents, and which he sold at B. F. Sanders S4.50 to 5035 a hundred. & C. shipped 1.030 lambs to Cincinnati last Thursday. They paid from 4 to 5 cents for them and sold at S5 to SO 35 per hundred. Sanders & Co have on hand about 1,500 gocd ewes. Demt Dlt. TAUIAGE'S SERMON. Bird Used to Cure the Leper ascorded in the Cld Testament. - Re- Symbolic of the Soil's Flight to Its Home (I mid IVepanil the Abuvf Clt-:n-f fcuul May Soar Upward an liiU the Turtle Dove. to take potash and mercury; besides totally destroying the digestion, they lrv up the marrow in the bones, n stiffness and swellinrr of the joints, causing the hair to fall out, and completely wrecKing ine system. It is like to continue is guaranteed Purely Vegetable, and is the only blood remedy free from these dangerous minerals. sent free by P.ook on Swif t Specific Company, Atlanta, Lra, nt S.S.S.Blood FARM AND STOCK 1 NOTES. $ 1 5,000 bushels corn wanted. I will give one dollar and seventyfive cents per barrel for 1,000 bar rels of corn delivered at the Pil grimage Distillery. Juo. W. Miller, Mgr llcnrv Cox sold butcher stuff at a T. 3 John 1) yearlings at $'27 per head. C V. Anderson bought of J. S. Eob inhon two joung mules at S1G0. 1L L. Eikin sold to Thompson Arnold some 130 lb slioats at 3 2 cts. J. Y. Uobinson bought some feeders of S.im Dudderor at 4c For Oct d livery Josiah Anderson sold to J. Y. Rob iuson four 1,100 lb. feeders at 41.5 rer head. IL Clay Sutton sold to B. F. Robin son some nse2 heifers averagin' C'JO lb at 3 cts. IV. B. Burton bought of different parties 25 work mules ranging in price from S5'J to SSI American importers pay annaully for coffee, 500,000,000. S. blkin some cts. Cress sold to Dave Thompson The wheat crop of Mexico this year is valued at 30,000,000. Several pairs of mules havs been sold in Richmond recently at from 25 to .250 per pair. The Journal says there is a fine out" loJc in Jessamine for a splendid tobacco crop. Cob W. S. Beazley has bought of various parties his feeders for October delivery at 4 4 cts. Mr Beazley is a liberal buyjr and always gets the pick of good stock. A Danville marketer raised this year on 17 acres 150 bushels of potatoes all which he sold at from 70c to SI 25 per bushel. He has already begun putting in a second crop. John Robinson, of Mercer county, has fifty mules of which he is especially proud, lie expects to realize S140 per head for them. He thinks they are the finest lot he ever saw. Ripe peaches are easily digested and are also fattening. Strawberries, containing a larger percentage of iron than either fruit, enrich the blood. Bob Moore, of LaFayette, Ind., says that for constipation he has found Little Early R'.sers to be perfect. They never gripe. Try them for stomach and liver troubles. Stormes Drug Store. ltn The Harrodsburg Democrat says Smock Bros.' wheat made 20 bushels to the acre, and in all made 5,000 bushels, which has been stored. Lewis ISradshaw, of the same neighborhood, has stored his crop of 2000 bushels and John Houchins will also hold his 2400 bushels for a better price. Within the last 20 years there has been an increase of four million acres in the permanent pasture lands of Great Britain. Beef and mutton have been found to pay better than grain, which may surprise some American farmers; but it is a suggestion that as lands grow more cattle upon them, instead of fewer, as is now our inclination. It has been shown that sugar beets furnish a most excellent food for fattening lambs, giving a peculiar and most desirable flavor to the meat. While beets for the sugar factory are worth only four dollars per ton, stock feeders consider them worth from four to six dollars for feeding and lambs. Corn is fed in connectiod with the beets. The copious rains of the past few days have had a tendency to spring the prices of stoc!: and the exporter's agents have begun to look over the field and make bids for tho fat cattle. Messrs Embry and Gentry were here this week and looked at the nice herds of Beazley, Gibbs, Denny and Robinson offering for them 4.85 per hundred which was refused they asking a e and hoping to get that price soon. They have a fine lot of cattle and as Garrard usually Bend the best to market They will likely get their price before time to ship. C U BAN OIL cone Cuts, Burns, Brutes, Rheumatism and Sores. Price, 25 cent one-ha- lf nic-kl- Richard Spalding has discovered a novel method of curing lockjaw in horses says the Lebanon Enterprise. During harvest "ast week he had two horses taken with the complaint from the effect of overheat. He took a piece of board about one inch thick, five inches wide and two feet long: placed it squarely on top of the head (not the forehead) and struck it with an ordinary chopping ax with sufficient force to knock the horse down, and in each case as soon as the horsJ got up the trouble was removed, and the animals have since been doing well. The Ilarrodsburg Democrat says Walter Terhune, who is buying wheat for Trow & Co., millers, at Madison, Iud., has bought about 5,000 bushels at 0oc. 00., and 70a He says that nearly everybody is storing their wheat Trow & Co. turn out 1,000 barrels of flour a day. This flour is made out of wheat, much of which is purchased here, shipped to them, and after being made into Hour is shipped bade here. Mr. Terhune says he has sold 0,000 pounds of Trow's output of flour in Harrodsburg within the past few days, and he states, at 40 cents less on the hundred than the local millers. The Journal prints tho following re garding Jessamine's wheat crop: While the yield will not come up to last year's crop, yet the average will be very fair one. In mixing around among the farmers Monday the Jour nal received an expression from a great many about the average in Jes samine, which will be about 15 or 10 bushels. The following are the farm' crs who had thrashed and their average: Col. N. D. Miles 30rt acres, ever age IS bushels, sold at 09 cents; Thom as Butler, 110 acres, averaged 24 bush els; Joseph Wallace 200 acres, averaged 18 bushels, which he sold at 70 cents; Jack Richardson, 123 acres, averaged 33 bushels; Will Land had a number of acres that yeilded between 20 and 30 bushels. John Steele had 300 acres which it is thought will average about 20 bushels. J. II. Easlej' who runs thresher says wheat where he has threshed will average with last year. s if nun mm? nnrninnpa I iuuuntr mil inimbniLCf Rev. J. T. Philips, a Methodist who became a Baptist, has been made chaplain of the Gth U. S. Regulars. Under the evangelistic services at Camp Thomas not long since five hun drcd of our soldier boys professed con version in one day. The largest amount ever contribut ed by a Sunday school in one j'ear for Children's Day, was at Des Moines, Iowa, when the Central Sunday school donated S730. Down in Western Kentucky a good Elder was called upon to pray for rain and he prefaced his suppications as follows; "Well I'll pray; but it won't do any good as long as the wind is in the east "Oh, religion is good enough forworn PfattftK en and children," remarked a smart youth, as he rolled a cigarette, "go in to any church and you will And five women to one man." "Yes, and go to any prison," replied a plainly dressed old lady who had heard the fool's remark, and "you'll find one hundred men to one woman." And he had nything to say; the argument was un answerable. This is a Christaiu nation, the cen sus showing over twenty million church members in a population of more than seventy million. The na tion s leaders are christain men. Presi dent McKinley is a devoted Methodist, Gen. Schofield, whose brother was n Louisville pastor, is a faithful Baptist, Admiral Dewey is a Presbyterian El der and has a Christain Endeavor Society on board the Olympia, and on down the line in every department the word of God is honored. The three regiments from Kentucky took with them to Chickamauga over three thousand Bibles, and many of the sol dier boys are active christain workers. inat was a memorable and most impressive scene when, just after the naval battle of Santiago, Capt. J. W. Philip, of the Texas one of the fiercest and most effective fighters in that encounter called his men on deck and in these words thanked God for the deliverance of the vessel: "I wish to make confession that I have implicit faith in God and in the officers and crew of the Texas, but my faith in you is secondary only to my faith in God. We have seen what He has done for us, in allowing us to achieve so great a victory, and I want to ask you aU, or at least every man who has no scruples, to uncover his head with me and silently offer a word of thanks to God for His goodness us alL" From a scene of old Dr. Talmajjo, in this sermon, proi.ents the old tlospel under another phase. Text: Leviticus xiv., "And the priest shall command that one of the birds be killed in an earthen vessel, over running water. As for the living bird, he shall take it, and the cedar wood, and the scarlet, and the hyssop, and shall dip them and the living bird in the blood of the bird that was killed over the running water; and he shall sprinkle upon him that is to be cleased from the leprosy seven times, and shall pronounce him clean and shall let the living bird loose into the open field." The Old Testament, to very many people, is a great slaughter house strew n with the blood, and I ones, and horns, and hoofs of butchered animals. It offends their sight; it disgusts their taste; it actually nauseates the stomach. But to the intelligent Christian the Old Testament is a magnificent corridor through which Jl'sus advances. As lie appears at the other end of the corridor we can only see the outlines of Ilis character; coming nearer we can de. cry Ilis features. But when, at last, He steps upon the platform of the New Testament, amid the torches of evangelists and apostles, the orchestras of Heaven announce Him with a blast of minstrelsy that wakes up Bethlehem at midnight There were a reat many cages of birds brought down to Jcsuaalem for sacrifice st arrows, anil pigeons, and turtle doves. I can luar them now, whistling, caroling and singing all around about the temple. When a leper was to be cured of his leprosy, in order to hU cleansing two of these birds were taken; one of them was slain over an earthen vess3l of running water that is clear, fresh water, and then the bird was killed. Another bird was then taken, tied to a hyssop branch and plunged by the priest into the blood of the first bird; and then with this hyssop branch, the priest would sprinkle the leper untie the bird from seven times, the hytsop branch and it would go soaring into the heavens. wide, my dear Now, open your brethren and sisters, and see that the bird meant Jesus, and that the second bird means your own soul. There is nothing more suggestive than a caged bird. In the down of its can see the glow of southbreast ern climes; in the sparkle of its eye you can see the flash of distant seas; in its voice you can hear the song it It is a learned in the wildwood. child of the sky in captivity. No.v the dear bird of my text, captured from the air, suggests the Lord Jesus, who came down from the realms of light and glory. He once stood in the sunlight of Heaven. He He was was the favorite of the land. the king's son. Whenever a victory was gained or a throne set up, he was the first to hear it He could not walk incognito along the streets, for all For eternal ages Heaven knew him. he had dwelt amid the mighty populations of Heaven. No holiday had ever dawned on the city when he was absent. He was not like an earthly prince, occasionally issuing from a ralace heralded by a troop of clanking No; he was greeted everywhere as a brother, and all Heaven was perfectly at home with him. But one day there came word to the palace that an insigniCcant island was in rebellion, and was cutting itself to pieces with anarchy. I hear The an angel say: "Let it perish. King's realm is vast enough without the island. The tributes to the King are large enough without that We can spare." Not so," said the Prince, the King's son; and I see Him push out one day, under the protest of great company. He starts straight for the rebellious island. He lands amid the execrations of its inhabitants, that grow in violence uutil the malice of earth had smitten Him, and the spirits of the lost world put their black wings over His dying head and shut the sun out The hawks and vultures swooped upon this dove of my and feet text, until head, and brea-tran blood until, under the flocks and beaks of darkness, the poor thing perished. No wonder it was a bird that was taken and slain over an earthen vessel of running water. It was a child of the skies. It typified Him who came down from Heaven in agony and blood to save our souls. Blessed be His glorious name forever! I notice also in ray text, that the bird that was slain was a clean bird. The text demanded that it should be. The raven was never sacrificed, nor the cormorant, nor the vulture. It must be a clean bird, says the text, and it suggests the pure Jesus the Although He spent His holy Jesus. boyhood in the worst village on earth, although blasphemies were poured into His ear enough to have poisoned any one else. He stands before the Herod world a perfect Christ was cruel, Uenrv vin. was un point out a fault of our clean, but King. Answer me, ye boys who knew Him on the streets of Nazareth. An swer me, ye miscreants who saw Him die. The skeptical tailors have tried for 1,800 years to find out one hole in this seamless garment, but they have not found it The most ingenious and eloquent infidel of this day, in the last line of his book, all of which denounces Christ, says: "All ages must proclaim that among the sons of men there is So let this none greater than Jesus." bird of the text be clean its feet fragrant with the dew that it pressed, its beak carrying sprig of thyme and frankincense, its feathers washed in showers. O thou spotless Son of God, impress with Thy innocence! bird-tippe- you in the coll of the unwinding rope perBut this was a dove or a hpni-rofectly harmless, perfectly defenseless type of Him who said: "I have trod the wine press alone, and there was none to help." None to help! The murderers have it all their M Here own way. was tne sol dier in the Roman regiment who swung his sword in the defense of the Divine Martyr? Did they put one drop of oil on His ga.shed feet? Was there one in all that crowd manly and generous enough to stand up for him? Were the miscreants at the cross any more interfered with in their work of spiking Ilim fast than the carpenter in his shop driving a nail through a pine board. The women cried, but there None to was no balm in their tears. help! None to help! O, my Lord Jesus, none to help! The wave of up to the arch anguish came of His feet came up to His knee floated to His waist rose to His none chin swept to his temples to help! Ten thousand times ten thousand angels in the sky, ready at command to plunge into the bloody affray, and strike back the hosts of darkness, yet none to help, none to help! Oh, this dove of the text, in this last moment, clutched not with angry talons. It plunged not a savage beak. It was a dove helpless, defenseless. None to help! none to help! As, after a severe storm in the morning you go out and And birds dead on the ground, so this dead bird of the tex makes me think-o- f that awful storm that swept the earth on crucifixion day, when the wrath of God. and the malice of man, and the fury of devils wrestled beneath the three As we sang just now crosses. "Well might the sua In d rknesj hide And shut his glories in. When Christ, tho mighty Maker, died For man, the creature's sin." But I come now to speak of this second bird of the text. We must not let that fly away until wc have examined it. 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Unrtl Thy beauties to my sight, That I may love Theo mora" I remark, also, in regard to this first bird, mentioned in the text, that it was a defenseless bird. When the eagle is assaulted with its iron beak it strikes like a bolt against its adver sary. This was a dove or a sparrow; we do not know just which. Take the dove or pigeon in your band, and the pecking of its beak on your liana makes you laugn at tne The foebleness of its assault reindeer, after it is down, may fell you with its antlers. The ox, after you think it is dead, may break your leg in its death, struggle. The harpooned whale, in its' last agony, may crash eing sold. The auctioneer said of him: 'What bid do I hear for this man? He 's a very good kind of a mail; he is a tied it to the hyssop branch, minister." Somebody said, ''Twenty and then plunged it in thu blood dollar.-.'- (he was very old and not worth of the first bird. Ah! that is ray much); somebody else, "Twenty-fivsoul, plunged for cleansing in the 'Thirty "Thirty-fiv'"Forty." Tho Savior s blood. There is not enough wa- aged minister began to tremble. He Pacific oceans nad expected to be able to buy his own ter in the Atlantic and to wash away our smallest sin. Sin is freedom, and he had just S0, and exsuch an outrage on God's universe pected with the S70 to get free. As the that nothing but blood can atone for bids ran up the old man trembled more it You know that life is in the blood, and more. "Forty" "Forty-five- " and as the life had been forfeited, "Fifty" "Fixty-five- " "Sixty" nothing could buy it back but blood. The old man cried out on the What was it that was sprinkled He was afraid they would outdoorposts when the destroying angel bid him. The men around were transfwent through the land? Blood. What ixed. Nobody dared bid, and the aucwas it that went streaming from the tioneer struck him down to himself altar of ancient sacrifice? Blood. What .lone done! was it that the priest carried into the 15ut by reason of sin we are poorer holy of holies, making intercession for than that African. We can not buy the people? Blood. What was it that our deliverance. The voices of death Jesus sweat in the Garden of are bidding for us, and they bid us in, Great drops of blood. What and they bid us down. Hut the Lord does the wine in the sacramental cup Jeaus Christ comes and sa3"s, "I will What makes the buy that man; I bid for him my signify? Blood. robes of the righteous in Heaven so manger; I bid for him my hunfair? They are washed in the blood ger on the mountain; I bid for him my Lamb. What is it that cleanses aching head; I bid for him my fainting of the all our pollution? The blood of Jesus heart; I bid for him all my wounds." Christ, that cleanse th from all sin. A voice from the throne of God says, I hear somebody saying: "I do not "It is enough! Jesus has bought him." like such a sanguinary religion as Bought with a price. The purchasa that" Do you think it is very wise complete. It is done. for the patient to tell the doctor, "I Why, is not a man free when he gets do not like the medicine you have rid of his sins? The sins of the tongue iven me!" If he wants to be cured he gone; the sins of action gone; the sins had better take the medicine. My of the mind gone. All the transgresLord God has offered us a balm, and sions of ao, 40, 50, 70 years gone no it is very foolish for us to say, "I more in the soul than the malaria that don't like that balm." We had bet- floated in the atmosphere a thousand ter take it, and be saved. But ou do years ago; for when mv Lord Jesus not oppose the shedding of blood pardons a man He purdons him and In other directions and for other there is no halfway work about it. ends. If a hundred thousand men go Here 1 see a beggar going along the out to battle for their country, and turnpike road. He is worn out with have to lay down their lives for free disease. lie is stiff in his joints. He institutions, is there anything ignoble is ulcered all over. He has rheum in about that? No, you say; "glorious his eyes. He is sick and wasted. He sacrifice, rather," And is there any- is in rags. Every time he puts down thing ignoble in the idea that the Lord his swollen feet he cries: "Oh, the Jesus Christ, by the shedding of His pain!" He sees a fountain by tho blood, delivered not only one laud, but roadside under a tree, and he crawls all lands and all ages, from bondages, up to that fountain aud says: "I introducing men by millions and mil- must wash. Here I may cool my ul lions into the liberty of the sons of cers. Here I may jret rested." Ho God? Is there anything ignoble about stoops down, and scoops up in the that? palm of his hands enough water to As this second bird of the text was slake his thirst; and that is all gone. plunged in the blood of the first bird, Then he stoops down and begins to so we must be washed in the blood of wash his eyes; and the rheum is all Christ, or go polluted forever. gone. Then he puts in his swollen feet, and the swelling is gone. Then, "Let the water and the blood. side a healing flood. From thy willing no longer to be only half cured, Be of sin the double cure. he plunges in and his whole body is Save from wrath, and make me pure," laved in the stream, and he gets upon I notice now that as soon as this sec- the bank well. Meantime the owner ond bird was dipped in the blood of of the mansion up yonder comes the first bird the priest unloosened it down, walking through the ravine and it was free free of wing and free with his only son, and he sses tho of foot. It could whet Its beak on any bundle of rags, and. asks: tree branch it chose. It could peck rags are these?' A voice "Whose from the grapes of any vineyard it chose. It the fountain says: "Those are my was free; a type of our souls after wc rags." Then says the master to his have washed in the blood of the Lamb. son: "Go up to the house and get the We can go where we will and do what best new suit you can find and bring we will. You say: "Had you not bet- it down." And he brings down ter qualify that?" No; for I remem- clothes, and the beggar is clothed tho in ber that in conversation the will is them, and he looks around and says: changed, and the man will not will "I was filthy, but now I am clean. that which is wrong. There is no was ragged, but now I am robed. I I strait-jackin our religion. A state was blind, but now I see. Glory ba to of sin is a state of slavery. A state of the owner of that mansion: and jrlory pardon is a state of emancipation. be to that son who brought me The hammer of God's grace knocks the suit of clothes; and glory be to that hopples from the wrist, opens the door fountain, where I have washed, this and into a landscape all ashimmer with where all who will inay wash and be fountains and tibloom with gardens. clean!' Where sin abounded, grace It is freedom. doth much more If a man has become a Christian he been dipped now,abound.flyThe bird has away. let it is no more afraid of Sinai. The thunThe next thing I noticed about this ders of Sinai do not frighten him. bird, when it was loosened (and this is You have, on some August day, seen the main idea), two thunder showers meet One cloud Which way did itis, that it fkw away. go? When you let a from this mountain, and another from bird loose from grasp, that mountain, coming nearer and does it fly? Up. What are which way wings nearer together, and, responding to To Ay with. Is there anything in for? each other, crash to crash, thunder suggestion of the direction taken the by to thunder, booml boom! And then that bird to indicate which way wo the clouds break and the tor- ought to go? rents pour, and they arc emptied "Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wlnss, perhaps into the very same stream Thy better portion trace: that comes down so red at your feet, Rise from transitory things To Heaven, thy native place." that it seems as if all the carnage of the storm battle has been emptied into Wo should be going Heavenward. So in this Bible I see two storms it is the suggestion. Hut I know gather, one above Sinai, the other Thatwe have a great many drawbacks. that above Calvary, and they respond one You had them this morning perhaps. to the other flash to flash, thunder to You had them yesterday, or the day thunder, boom! boom) Sinai thunders, before; and although you waut to be "The soul that sinneth, it shall die;" going Heavenward, you are constantly Calvary responds, "save them from discouraged. But I suppose when that going down to the pit, for I have found bird went out of the priest's hands id a ransom." went by inflections sometime stoopSinai says, Woo! Woe!" Calvary an ing. A bird docs not shoot directly swers, "Mercy! Mercy! and then the up, but this is the motion of a bird. clouds burst, and empty their treas- So the soul soars toward God, rising ures into one torrent, and it comes up in love, and sometimes depressed by flowing to our feet, red with the car- trial. It doos not always go in the nage of our Lord in which, if thy soul direotion it would like to. Hut the be plunged, like the bird in the text, main course is right. There is one it shall go forth free free! Oh, I wish passage in the Bible which I quote all peoplo to understand this: that oftener to myself than any other: "He when a man becomes a Christian knowcth our frame, and He remcin he does not become a slave, but bereth that we are dust." that be lecomes a free roan; that he has larger liberty after he becomes a child of God than before he became a child of God. Gen. Fisk said OImaaNUIIAN TEA cures Dyirpep- NWIW sia. Constination and Indi- that lie once stood at a slave block when ws old Christian minister was gflttion, Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. " e e' "Sixty-five." "Sev-.nty." Geth-semanIleth-Iche- 36,860 78 Assets. Loans on Real Estate Loans on Other Approved Securities Open Accounts Interest Due and in Process of Collection Office Furniture, Fixtures, etc Cash on Hand Net Reserve Fund Advance Payments Surplus. $37,189 40 3.956 10 100 19 454 65 630 00 V 2,91335 -- $45,243 69 Liabilities. 836,8607s 5.50S 19 -- $42,368 97 $2,874 72 A SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary, Subscribed and sworn to before me by A. Smith Bowman, Secretary of tho Southern Mutual Investment Company, this 1st day of July. lSOi J. W. STOLL Notary Public, Fayette County, Ky. (3Xy Commission expires ot clo-s- of next Session General Assembly.) Attest: J. J. D. M. PURCELL, APPLETON, Directors. V. N. GARDNER, For particulars call on J. C. HeipMll, local apt, Lancaster, Ky. REPORT OF THE CONDITION REPORT OF THE CONDITION or the Citizens National Bank NATIONAL OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT W, ' CLOSE OF BUSINESS, JULY 14, RESOURCES. Loans and discounts. 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