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Are you Thinking r - LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST, 5. 1898. r t Civil Service Examination. S jcure vour home through the Lan I : 'TOWaHgg" : IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. I Another batch of names of delinquent subscribers has been sent to the Sawing machine needles and oil at Chicago agency, and some of them are wishing they had toted fair with us. Thnmmnn'j Bourbon Steam Laundry. Bay ice from NorJthcott and it will Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your tf Dou't forget the Declamatory Con orders at Sweeney's store. test on August 9. Teachers Take Notice. Mrs. M. C Walter will board any Go to J. A. Bcazley & Co. for bar t3achers during the week of the Instigains in furniture. tute at reasonable rates. Satis'action R. No old, shelf-wortf. goods at the guaranteed, Blue Grass Grocery. Low l'rices. Take advantage of our Courier-Jou- r For the next thirty days we will give you unheard of prices on buggies nal offer. I.'s great. and harness. W. I. Williams Col. W.G.Welch. W. J. Romans Carriage Co. Pure Home-mad- e candijsKatEdmins- Lancaster. Stanford. ton's Kandy Kitchen. What you pay out for rent is gone K The best two horseSwagon on the forever. You can pay the same i mount' WILLIAMS WELSH into the Lancaster Building !f Loan your hom !. Try I would like to do your plain sew AssDciation andJ.ownHemphill, iec'y. C. ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. this. ' .For Sale. Law, . Nothing but the purest ingredients! road- A line of baggies, used at Edminston's Kandy Kitchen wagons, carriages, pn batons ana s Ky. be sold in next sixty d; Ring 95, the Blue Grass Grocery for ries. Must Call and see me before buying. nice, cheap groceries. Prompt delivAll business attended to promptly II. B. Northflqat ery. up as Estray. Taken Today is the last for filling suits to Five black and two red hogs, weight the August term of the Garrard cir about 100 pounds. Come to my place cuit court. Jane 1st Owner can have same by 25 to 50 per cent saved on the dollar proving property and paying charges. means a goo J deal to you at the Blue July 15, 1SU& E. M. Carmack, Grass Grocery. Paint Lick, Ky., 3t About having a (Stood Roof put upon your house? If you are, J. B. Haselden will be glad to give you figThere is no ures. wear out to a Good W. J. Romans is nfof better prepar ed to do all kinds)! repair work on Remember the Contest next Tuesday vehicles than everbefore. aQl W1" " evening. good honest work at very low prices. "Big Court" Monday week. Gj to J. A. Beazley &c for wall per at cost. pa- v Tin Roof. J, Haselden. n I & Attorneys at Lancaster buc't-board- s, BEAZLEY&BAU&HMAN. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM- BALMING a SPECIALTY. Furniture, Carpets, Lancaster, Ky. &c. The Old Reliable always on Top in Ie Fostetl. quality aucfeuantity, at the Bottom in Read what our advertisers say and T. Cukrsy. Prices. you will know exactly where to find what you want People who want The new superior Disc Drill, the fin bargains can always find them adver-t'seest on earth. Do not fail to sec G. S. In other words, if a merchant Gaines before you buy has anything extraordinary he is sure The Blue Grass Grocery has opened to let the people know it. the eyes of the people. Their prices White Teachers Institute. c nnot be duplicated. The White Teachers Institute for There will be no preaching at the Garrard county for the current year, Presbyterian church for two Sundays, will be held at the Court House in as Rev. Faulconer is away. Lancaster, beginning Mondaj', August 8th, and continue five days. Institute For Sale Wheel. instructor, Prof. W. E Luraley. TeachA high frame Victor Bicycle, in'good ers failing to attend will forfeit their order, or will exchade for a good, certificates. Hemphill. gentle horse. Elisa J. Lusk, Sup't d. fa 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 $L25. Get first choice. Logan & Robinson. -3 W. H. Miller, secretary, writes us to caster Building & Loatf Association, and it will cost you no more than you announce that an examination will be held in Danville on some date between are now paying out torrent. October 1st and 15th for applicants for J. C. Hdmphill, Sec'y. positions in the Internal Revenue All persons oweing notes or ac Service. The secretary will furnish counts to the firm of W. R. Robinson necessary blanks upon application and & Bro. can save cjst and much annoy they must be filed by Sept 1st. Write ance by' settling same at once. him for further information. i. j. KODinson Jake. Swartfe and the 3Iule. for W. R Robinson & Bra Messrs. Jake Joseph and Ed Bishop, Wanted. went up in the country Sunday to see 150,000 bushels of wheat delivered some friends and get a big dinner our warehouse. Highest cash price (principally the dinner). Oa the way at on delivery. Best lump and block back their horse took sick and for a paid I'i.tsburg. coal, 9s. Salt, Lime, Sand, time it looked as if the two men would Cement and farming implements. be compelled to walk off all the flesh C. C. Glas & Buo. gaiuel by the dinner in hoofing it back Camp Nelson, Ky. to town. They put their heads togeth er and came to the conclusion thvy Clell Johnston 111. Mr. Clell Johnston was called to Sul were in for it "By and by an Esquire phur Well last week to see his little passed along" and Swartz toy their boy who was visiting there and had troubles. A mule was procured an been stricken with typhoid fever. Mr. the trio hit the town at midnight Johnston had only been there a few about as hungry as when they started days when he contracted the disease out The friend who loaned the mule and has since bjen unable to leave his was Olie Terrill. and Swartz says he is the cleverest fellow in the world. bed. Wanted. Scott itout. Bids on street crossings. Mu3t be of On Wednesday at high noon, at the good limestone, 18 inches wide, and 0 Clemens House in Danville, Mr. Todd to 10 inches thick. There will be about Scott, of Nicholasville, and Miss Alice 300 feet of this work. There are to be Rout, of Marksbury, were united in two rows of stone in crossing. Bids marriage, Rev. J. W. Lynch pronouncwill hi receiveduntil August 15, 1898 ing the ceremony in his usually imRomans and Thompson, pressive manner. Immediately after Street Committee. the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Scjtt left for a bridal tour to Cincinnati and will The Logan Harris Sale. also visit Mrs. Keen, sister of the A fairly gool crowd attended the groom, at Shelbyville, .before return" sale of the property of Judge Tyre ing home. The wedding was a quiet Logan Harris, dee'd. Five horses were affair and also a very great surprise to SCO. A sold, the highest price the many frienas of Miss Alice who lot of old wheat brought 4'3 cents per thought her very unwilling to re $1.50. bushel and corn sold at Farm nounce her life of single blessedness. ing implements brought very good Many good wishes attend them in figures. their j mrney and may their lines be cast in pleasant places. Hold Your Orders. I will be better equipped than ever, Good for Garrard. in the Fall, to still you a suit of The Louisville daily papers tell o clothes, at 'the lowest prices, guaran the opening in that city of sealed pro teeing a perfect fit. I will have Sam posals to construct Lock No. 8, oa the ples from best houses in Louisville, Kentucky river. The lowest bid was Chicago, Philadelphia and Buffalo. that of Thomas Sheridin, of West Vir Look before buying. ginia, who agrees to do the work for M. D. Hughes, Agent 183,000. The article says all the bid' have been sent to Washington for Good for the Council As mentioned elsewhere in The final approval, and it is thought that Rkcohii, the Council is working hard work will be commenced this summer. to secure bjtter sidewalks for the It further says the Lock will be con miles above High town. This exhibition of push and structed twenty-twhustle on the part of that body is com- Bridge, four miles above Hickman, mendable and we do hope that they fourteen miles below Valley View. The g will not weary in but push dam will be on the Jessamine county aide of the river and the abutment on to completion the undertaking. the Garrard county side. The con Good Entertainment. struction of the new lock is to make A number of the colored teachers slackwater for Kentucky river packets and others, under direction of Prof. to seventy miles above Hickman, open Milton Sueed, gave a splendid concert ing up to river freighting business a at the Court House Tuesday evening. large whisky, timber, coal and iron The singing was remarkably good and field. ' the rest of the program very entertainiExcursions, via Ches ng. There were about as many white Special apeake and Ohio Railway. people as colored ones present, and all The Chesapeake and Ohio Ry.. will were delighted. run the following excursions to the Plenty of Room Now. on dates named. The tickManager Hofmann telephoned from ets will be good going on regular Crab O. chard Springs that he now has trains, to which necessarv slnpninjT plenty of choice rooms, and is amply cars will be attached. On July 19 and August 11th. to At prepared to accomodate all who come. His large buildings were packed the lantic City and Cape May, via Wash14 00 first of the week and sleeping room ington, round trip ratSonly was at a premium. The famous old from .Lexington and correspondingly resort is fast winning back her old low rates from other Central Ken tucky noints. Tickets pond time reputation. days returning. . On July 28th, a round trip rate of Old Suldlerg, Attention! All members of the G. A. R. are 813.00 will bo made to Old Point Com earnestly requested to be present at fort, Va. Tickets good frointr recrular the meeting Saturday week, the 18th, trains and good returning twelve days. as the Post wants to make final ar- This is the best time to visit Old Point. rangements for attending the meeting owing to the interesting military Send in your name for sleep at Cincinnati. All who expect to go to the Cincinnati meeting must sore- - ing cars space or for any information port at this time, as we must know ex- desired. Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A actly how many men to make arrange Lexington, Kentucky. ments for. Jas. Dillon, Committee. Fred Kahler Dead. Always the Case. The many Lancaster friends of Mr. It is singular, but nevertheless true, Fred Kaehlcr were shocked to hear of that when a man stops taking a news his death Wednesday morning. He paper he immediately sneaks around had been quite ill of typhoil fever for to borrow a copy to read. We know a few weeks, but no one thought he of several instances where parties was so near death's door. Mr. Kahler would become very wroth, and to oth was probably thirty-fiv- e years of age. er parties run a paper down, and im and had been a man of remarkably mediately borrow a copy to read. In good health. He was one of the most some cases they have the gall to ask prominent citizens in the upper end the postmaster to see a copy in the of tho county, where he had resided directed to subscribers. and been engaged in business for a number of years. Fred Kahler wasa Colored Teachers Institute. friend that was worth having. He The Garrarl County Colored Teach was always ready to help anyone in ers Institute met in the Court House need and it looked like it was his Monday morning at 10 o'clock. There enjoyment when doing a favor ure about fifty teachers present and for one. He was an enthusiastic mem the sessions have been very interesting ber of the Knights of Pythias and a aid, they say, profitable to them. The regular attendant at its meetings. The institute is onducted by Prof. W. D. funeral services were held at the Paint Thomas, of Frankfort Prof. Thomas Lie!: ohurch Wednesday afternoon at a good speaker two o'clock, conducted by Rev. Craw has a fine education,-iand, the teachers say his talkaJand ex ford. The Knights of Pythias then planations ' are as fine as they ever took charge of the remains heard Prof. Shelby Lackey is acting conclusion of their: beautiful ceremon as president and Miss Josie Crawford ies, interred the body in Paint Lick as Secretary. The Institute will come cemetery. He leaves a wife and one to a close this morning. small child to mourn his loss. o well-doinSea-ShoSea-shoman-uver- s. and,-atvt- he WE ARE MAKING Big Drives I0R BIT KW DATS Bf REMNANTS and SHORT ENDS O F ill Classes of Goods. Towels, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs and Lawns. Dry Goods Company. something like malaria. Everyone in camp has had a touch of it One in my Troop died with it yesterday. I hav been printing tablets for soldiers' graves since the big battles. Since the big fight I have been trying to get paper and envelope to write to you, but could not get any, so will write on this scrap, fold it up and try and get it through. After this, excuse me from war. It's something horrible, and dead and dy- all around. That first day (July 1), well ever be remembered by me. Our regiment distinguished themselves together with the 3rd, 9th and 10th Cavalry, 13th and 10th Infantry, and Roosevelt's Rough Riders, we charged the hill we now occupy, the principal point of vantage. Gen. Miles thanked us personally. The total killed and wounded Americans 2,002; Spanish about 5,030. My troop of fifty lost two killed and five wounded. The Spanish formerly surrendered today and we have Santiago, the American flag going over it today. We expect to come back to the United States in a few days, but don't know for sure. No Yellow Jack yet Hobson and his men were released and came by us the other day. I shook hands with two of them. Love to all. Your Son, Will. The letter is written on a piece of waste paper and was fastened together with pins. In one corner was written "Soldier's Letter" and no stamp was necesary. Will has many friends here who are heartily glad to know of his good health. The Sidewalks. the people better walks as well as im July 1793. prove the looks of the otherwise pret ty streets. There is no disposition to My Dearest Mother: burden anyone with unnecessary I suppose you think I am pense but we must have sidewalks ex of dead, or something worse. Instead I some kind and itis far better and am alive and in good health at pres ' ent, although I have been in the hos cheaper to put down a lasting walk of stone curbing and brick filling rather pital four days lately with a fever than a cheap, unsatisfactory wooden AVI 11 Letter from Dunlap. Santiago de Cuba, affair always out of repair. Of course there are those who oppose- this upon the grounds of expense. Property owners who oppose good walks should pause to think that aflped walk in iruiu ui wieir piaci'S iiuus just bo mucii to the looks and value. They should consider the fact that no property is maintained without expense; that if neglected and permitted to fall into decay it looses proportionality in value. Another important fact should not be lost sight of: On many streets soma have plank walks or none at all, while others liava good brick walks for all to walk on and enjoy. Is it altogether fair that this should be permitted? If your neighbor supplies you with a good, safe pavement to walk on should you not do likewise? The sidewalk question is not open to argument; we only print this article to point out the necessity of having them. We aro reliably informed that it is the intention to enforce this ordinance to the letter, peaceably and pleasantly if possible, through the courts if necessary, treating all alike. From time to time it shall be cur pleasure to note the progress of the improvement Former Pastor Here. K- Marshall, who was at one time pastor of the Christian church in this city, was here several days this week and preached at that church Sunday morning and for the union meeting in the evening. Rev. Marshall has many friends in Lancaster who were delighted to see him again. Rev. C TIm feya! is Ue bifcest raio bafcJaf fwtmr tMML Act 1 1 ts sfcaw it The Contest. VWWIffffffflfffll Julia Reid, who is managing the arrangements for the contest to be g'v n at the Court House next To s- day tvenin tells Tub ReCibd she has secured ten of the hat speakers in this section of the state, and that the e nteat will be the best ever given in Miss Lancaster. be The Lancaster band will "cents and yon can only twenty-fiv- e have a seat reserved, by calling &t storcu Don't fail - to at- Btonaes' drug present and furnish the. musie for the occasion. The. admission fee "is There are a number of people who have been taking ThjRecord and never paid anything oathe" snbserip 'tioa. As we have no time to go our selves, nor the cish to employ a col lector, we have decided to send the whole layout to a collection agency at Chicago. Those who think they can of paying for? the paper wiggle will find then they are sadly mistaken and. will wish, before the agency gets throttffh with tbem that they had aev er'been bont.-- i This' is the last refer ene we expect to natter ot nrtke-to'tki- la taeeeeolmmma. The City Council has recently passed a very wise ordinance regulating the laying of sidewalks in and about town. The conditions of the sidewalks in Lancaster is a disgrace to any towr. streets On many of the prominent planks hive been put down as a makeshift for a brick walk. In a short time they become pulled up and broken fall of holes, naili stick up in them and water stmds on them in paddles, making walking on them a dreaded task, la some places no walks exist whatever, yon take the mnJ. It is the wish of the Council to correct this and having this in view; had w members go about town and examine and locate the flaees where walks are needed and make thair report to the regal ar eonn-jl meeting. The sole idea is to givee rawujR MrVAL MNHt POWMft G0 WW VQflK "'Sh-- . 'sew .. . CENTRAL RECORD every week by LOUIS IiA.NDRA.3f, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY! ( OMR YTAR, IN ADVANCE " TKUM8 i Six Months. (Thhkjc " $1.00 50 .25 FIMDAT. August, Fpasn will soon be 5,-18- 98 Uslkss all signs fail, the war with a thing1 of the past. That government has asked Mr. Mc- Kinley what terms he will accept and the latter has replied promptly. We learn today that Spain has sent her acceptance back and it is in the hands of the Washington authorities. The only trouble now likely to arise is over the disposition of the Philippine Islands. Mr. McKinley is a strong peace man, and, if let alone, will quick y make some concessions tj Spain to end hostilities, hut the danger is from the politicians making a cat's paw of the president, and making him do some fool thing which will bring about complications which may involve us with other nations. Mr. McKinley has shown his disposition to be led by the nosa on one or two occasions, and, as stuted above, the only fear now is from that source. I let alone we arc satisfied he would tell Spain right now to take the Philippines, leaving us a coaling station, and go and sin no more. The dispatches today say Spain is willing to give up Porto Rico, give the Cubans their freedom, go home and stay there. It looks like this is enough for the United .States to ask, politicians are but many sending up a howl for more, and there is yet no tel'.ing what the outcome way be. Aiioxo the lctest reports is one to tlie effect that General Fitzhugh Lee wsll be sent in command of fifty thou sand troops to garrison the towns of Cuba in case Spain accepts our peace terms. The administration certainly ought to recognize Gen. Lee, and it would be difficult to find an honor too great for him. lie is a man of sense and bravery, and his excellent services as Minister to Cuba, and in other ca pacities ought to be recognized. What he has done has been from a sense of duty and not for the selfish purpose of getting his name before the people, as has been the case with nearly every other volunteer. A scramble is being made by some of the chronic for the position of commissioner to the Paris exposition. The usual list of names shoved into print are appearing. It would be an exceedingly great sur prise and relief to the people if it would 'come in style' to appoint men.to such positions who have stood back on their dignity and not bored the life cut of the public by having their names stuck up as 'probably accept ing" places. The political hot bed in Kentucky needs weeding badly. Some of the old in both parties have stood until they are pet riiied. office-seeke1 much delay. Col. Dave Col of Kentucky volun teers has been mustered into the ser vice of the United States. The gallant Dave has a lot of men who are far from the feather bed type, and ones who know nothing else but fight ing. 'J hey came from a secl'on of the state where children are born with a Winchester rifle in their hand, and shooting to kill comes as natural with them as it is for a dude to suck a walk ing cane. They are not a'eerd of the whole gol darn Spanish army. Eon's regiment After The treatment received by Mike Salter at the hands of Castleman's nurse ry, is a disgrace to civilization. It was necessary to have charges before they cculd get Mike out, and the probabili ties are that many a Legion man toss ed upon his feather bed worrying over what to trump up against him. These fellows may have it in for the Lancas ter man just at present, but there will come a time when the fiddler will have to be paid, and it will not be Mike', money with which the violinist is com pensated. We were mistaken in sizing up Ted e dy Roosevelt as a plant It turns out that he is a very "bad 'un," and went to Cuba determined to ride in blood up to his bridle bits. He got to see blood spilled sure enough, but as most of it came from the veins of his own men, who, from lack of expe rience rushed into a trap, tha honor will not be as great as the daring warrior hoped for. hot-hous- The administration is entitled to much credit for continuing the fight ing while the Dons are parleying for peace. We sincerely hope that an un derstanding will be reached, but our candid opinion is the Spaniards will never come to our terms until a sound whipping has been administered. In other words, as long as they have any thing to fight with they will not quit asked for ex pressions of opinions from' a number of United States Senators as to the terms on which the United States should consent to end the war with Spain. Most of them favor a demand for territory in the Philipines. several of them, including Foraker, Chandler and Allen, favoring the retention of the entire group. Courier-Journal The The souvenir edition of the Rich xnond Climax was excellent in every sense of the word. It reflects much credit upon the clever editors and printers Richmond has as fine a lot of newspapers as any town in the state. jf Uncie bam can ect Porto Rico, a coaling station in the Philippines and the freedem of Cuba he ought to be satisfied ai d let good enough alone. Mr3. Ball is on the sick list this Ashby Arnold bought of Mr. David The prospect for corn was never betweek. Swopa 13 hogs for $52.50. is in this vicinity. Mrs. Annie Holtzclaw is quiet ill at T. L Herring bought of B. F. Rob- Farmers say that the wet weather is this writing. making the. wheat sprout in the stack . son, 13 sheep at 5 2 c. A. D. Hujhes sold a lot of sheep to Mrs Bettie Spoonamore has been Mrs, C. B Engleman has quite A. Woods at $3 per head. quiet ill but is improving. sick, the doctor thiuks she is taking1 Minnie T., the little infant of Mr. fever. Miss McKinney bejun her school at Rev. Echols, pastor of Njw Hope and Mrs Jam is Speaks, was interred the Bright school house Monday Aug. church at Paint Lick, will preach here in the cemetery at the Fork Sunday. on the 4th Sunday in this month at Rev. Kuykendall conducted the funer Prof. Secrest give .two excellence al services. three p. m. sermon at the Christain church Sun Miss Georgia Dunn is visiting Miss day. Thera is a mova on foot to open a road throu 'h the farms of Mrs. Wes Hallie Royston, near Point Leave 1. Mr. Leslie Sutton is going to make Madrid papers are indignant because ley West and E, W. Norris, and inter- Mrs. W. G. Dunn and son, Benjamin, quiet an improvement on his f Arm by United States did not stop hostilli-tie- s sect the county road leading to Low- were visiting in Upper Garrard last building a new house the as soon as Spain proposed peace ell, at or near the residence of Mr. week. ' Miss Emma Johnson, of Nicho- Rev. Joe Matthews will preach at the negotiations. lasville, is visiting friends in this comGays. McKindred church Saturday night Madrid dispathes of London papers munity, this week. Mrs. S. E Menztes Sunday and Sunday night. Born, on the 39th, to the wife of E. indicate that the Spanish people are W. Norris, a great big boy, and it has and daughter, Miss Sadie, of Mr. Bright Sutton was cutting indifferent to the terms so long as been named Buford Parks Norris. The La., are visiting at Jack KemSpain is allowed to have the Phillip- - mother and child are both doing well, per's. Mrs. S E. Rice and son, A. J., wood Thursday and his ax flew of the pines and is not compelled to pay an but Ed is in a precarious condition, it of Hedgeville, visited friends in this handle and went so deep in the ground indemnity. vicinity. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom that he had to go and get a sjade to is feared that he will never recover. Caldwell, of Danville, visited Mr. J. C get it out A Washington dispatch says that It seems that swapping horses is Boner and family last week. Messrs. Miss Stella McCleary is the gu?st of Loth houses of Congress will be called dangerous business, at least, that is Webb and Joe Kelley, and Tom Broad her aunt Mrs. Withers. Miss Lizzie iu extra session as soon as Spain indithe sad experience of John Clouse and dus, of McCreary, visited Tom Wall, and Lula Simpson are the guest of Mrs cates its acceptance of the terms of Jaak UollingsworLh, two of our near Saturday and Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Lizzie Rice. Dr. Cole is in our yacinity peace. neighbors who went to Richmond troops are pushing court day, in July, and traded with Wm. Anderson, after several 'weeks' hunting for a new location. The American Those who want the first class northward from Ponce along the road James Marcum. They are now in jail visit to friends here, returned to their to San Juan, though the general ad at Richmond, awaiting the action of home in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. work done call at J. W. Anderson's at vance will probably not begin in earn the grand jury to see whether it was a Mrs. A. S. Chesnut, accompanied by Hubble he is taking the day in horse Mrs. Wm. Davis and daughter, little shoeing and other work and when he est until the remainder of the army legal trade. Margaret, of Danville, spent Tuesday is doing that well he has no thoughts arrives. W. B. Adams and family have gone with Mrs. J. C. Boner. Ebb Dicker- when he will leave Hubble The War Department is deeply con to Rockcastle county on a visit Mrs. i, of Buckeye, was in this vicinity cerned over the sicknes3 in Shafter's Mattie Finnell, Mrs. Eva Miller, Mr. Sunday. Boner and Messrs. Oliver STONE. army, and will remove the troops to a and Mrs. Chenault Willis, of Rich in camp at Montauk Point, mond, were the guests of Mrs. Ann Booth Sutton, spent several days Crab Orchard last week. Lum Teater lought two calves for L. L as soon as Gen. Shafter thinks it Broaddus, Sunday. Mrs. Annie AdE. C Blanks, of Lewisville, Texas, 822. safe for them to leave Santiago. ams is visiting at Lancaster thi week. writes that one box of De Witt's Witch Sim Ray has three children very sick Permission has been granted the Mrs. Sallie Leavell, of Bryantsville, Salve was worth $50,000 to him with fever. White Cross As&ociotion of America to was up this week to see her new neph Hazel piles of ten years stand II. C. Fowler sold to Eugene Berkele send hospital supplies and nurses to ew and niece, Buford Parks Norris, and It cured his ing. He advises others to try it It a calf for 5. steamer Arizona, which Blanche Smith. Manila on the also cures eczema, skin diseases and Mrs. Brack Grow is quite ill of ty will leave San Francisco in about two Old Mr. Frank Galloway showed us obstinate sores. Stormes Drug Store. weeks. The White Cross differs from some phoid fever. money that is ola continental lm T. L. S Hinders bought of John Den the Red Cross in that it is distinctively quite a curiosity. It was in two bills American. n's a calf for SI0.50. printed on papar about four inches PREACHERSVILLE. Over of fhc American army square, one was for eighty dollars and Born, to the wife of Jas. Simpson, around Santiago is sick of fever whic the other for twenty shillings, dated Silas Anderson sold about 25 hogs to on the 31st ult, a boy. is spreading rapidly. Malarial, ty- July first, 1775. Mr. Galloway's fath- S. Morgan for 3 Geo. McQuerry bought of Andy Rice phoid and yellow fever is plentiful, er, John Galloway, served seven years The infant child of John S Patton is 67 sheep at $3. 50 a piece. but the latter is of a very mild type. as a soldier in the revolutionary war, very sick at this time. Messrs. Norman Grow, Floyd and Rear Admiral Sampson reports that and he was paid in this money and Pate Parish sold to S. Morgan two Coy Saunders attended the camp meet the Spanish cruiser Infanta Maria was promised if they gained their in heifers for 3c per lb. ing at Wilmore, Sunday. Teresa is being pumped out, and will dependence he would be paid in U S. Mr. Lewis Mitchell and sister, Miss J. J. Thompson sold to W. Walker a money inside months after soon be floated and taken to Blanche, and Miss Leon Land, are vis independence was declared, At that load of fat hogs for 3 W. P. Grimes is buying steer calves iting relatives and friends in Jessa The retreating Spaniards in Porto time he lived in Virginia, and there mine, and attending the camp meeting pay good prices for them. Rico are said to be burning plantations was no way of traveling only on horse and Wilmore. Elder Jesse Walden and A. J. Thompson shipped his hogs at and sacking villages. They are accus- back or afoot, and no way of getting son, William, made a visit to our vil the news, and the time ran out before with J. L. McCarley's, last week. ed of wrecking vengeance upon lage last week. Norman Grow and Thompson, Brown and Siler, are all Miss Mattie G. Saunders visited in and malterating the wo- he knew it He has five or six hun are flock- area dollars or tins money, lie says in the mountains looking for stock. men and children. Refugees Burgin this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. ing into Ponce. All tell of Spanish his father would get it out every 4th of J. L. Hutchin sold to W. L. Law Littrell are visiting their daughter, July, and show it to his children, and brutality. rence two heifers and a steer calf for Mrs. Emma Monford, of near Frank tell them that is what he got for fight &32. An order has been issued for the fort, this week. Mrs. Jane Shear and ing seven long years, a great portion sending of an additional entire army Mrs. Azile Anderson and Miss Hattie little daughter, Bertha, are the guests of the time without food or clothes. division of 15,000 men to of it, how many fellows Elmore, Misses Mary and Lucy Cum of her mother, Mrs. Anderson, of Need Gens. Miles and Brooke in Porto Rico. Just think Mra that never heard a gun fire, that are mins are visiting relatives at Burgin, Need more. N. L. Preston and daugh diMaj. Gen. Wade will command the McCulley, visited Mrs. drawing pensions now, and this old and taking in the camp meeting at ter, Mrs. vision and will select his own regiman went through the hardships of a Wilmore, this week. Mrs. Corminy, of Mattie Land, of Little Hickman, Satments. An effort will be made to give Rowland, is yisiting her mother, Mrs urday and Sunday. equal representation to all States in seven years war and didn't get his Payne. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Land have "Care makes luck." Farmers always monthly pay in money that he could the Union. been visiting relatives here this week will have good luck with their hogs use, to say nothing about a pension. Admiral Cervera's report of the naval James Haskins, of Bell county, made when fed Dr. Haas' Hog Remedy, the battle which resulted in the des- is "I think DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salye a business trip here the first of this only reliable menicine for swine, the finest preparation on the market truction of his fleet has been forwardweek. Thousands of testimonials from lead So writes John C. Dunn, of ed to the Spanish Minister of Marine. for piles." The editor of the Evans City, Pa. ing breeders and feeders. For sale by Wheeling, W. Va. Try it and you will The Admiral requires many pages for lm Globe, writes. "One Minute Cough J. M. Higginbotham. the telling of his story. Although, as think the sams. It also cures eczema Cure is rightly named. It cured my and all skin diseases. Stormes Drug a matter of precaution, the report was children after all other remedies fail Caller, The lm transmitted through the Navy Depart- Store. ed." It cures coughs, colds and all Friend Staylate makes a call in the ment, nothing will be made public as Mccreary. throat and lung troubles. Stormes evening. Conversation blithe and joy to the Admiral's statements unless givDrug Store. lm ons, and repeated requests for him to en out from Madrid. An old colored woman, aged eighty remain yet a little while, lead him, five years, known as "Aunt" Ellis SPOONVILLE. not at all unwillingly, to prolong his Kelley, died last Friday, on Back BUCKEYE. visit. He looks at his watch with Creek. She has received a pension for Eorn, to the wife of Nat Prewitt, on gasp of genuine dismay, and hurries Born, to the wife of James Simpson, some time, her husband being in the the 23rd ult, a fine girl, Alpha Marie. away slowly at last with profuse apol civil war. a son. Mrs. George Sebastian is ver3 sick at ogies for keeping us up until such an IL L. Warner visited in Lexington Allen Ray bought at Richmond court this wi iting. Several persons in this unearthly hour. "Oh, indeed, no!'' cho Monday, 1 yoke of oxen at SSO. and last week. Miss Leila Hendren, of vicinity are suffering with chills. Prof. ruses the entire family. "This is early Madison, visited Miss Stella Broaddus, Moore, who is teaching school at this for us! We never think of going to our also engaged some of his cattle at 4c. week. Mrs. Lou Brown Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown attended the first of the rooms until an hour latter than this." lace is getting along nicely. of Shelbyville, is visiting her father. I camp meeting at Wilmore, Sunday, and Miss Marie Dunn spent last Satur- Friend Staylate loiters a moment after report a large crowd there, and to see Wat Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Will Long. day and Sunday with her cousin, Ash-b- y he gets outside the gate, blam! goes Marksbury, and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. so many men on the grounds and no of Sebastian, of Madison. Allen Se- the door; bang! wang! slam! go the W. Saddler and children, of Sycamore one smoking, was an unusual sight, shutters, calling harshly to each other, Valley, were the guests of M. Hardin, bastian is visiting relatives in Madi"Thought that fellow never would but it would not have been so, had the last week. Miss Minnie Wearen has son. George Wheeler is very low with go!" Bang! ''Why didn't he stay all privilege been allowed. gone to spend a week with friends and consumption. The Harrodsburg Sayings has the Slam! And the rattle of the Miss Matilda Prewitt and Mr. Hay-de- n niffht?" following regarding a young lady who relatives in Paint Lick. Mra Robert chain cries," Gone at last!" The dark Compton, of this vicinity, were Burton, who had a relapse with fever had a great many relatives and friends ness of the dungeon settles down on in the Buckeye neighborhood: "Miss is better again. Miss Bell Hackley has married at Richmond on last Thurs- the house; the family has gone to bed A very nice supper was given having relieved its mind by doors and gone to Buera Vista to spend a few day. Laura Teater died at her home in by the bride's mother, every one spend- shutters that are reaay to ten the Wednesday, after a lingering ill- weeks with relatives. truth any time they are given ness of consumption. She was in the The Cheif Burgess of Milesburg, Pa. ing a most enjoyable evening. A long charge. Robert J. Burdette the twentieth year of her age and had says De Witt's Little Early Risers are and happy life is the wish of .their ma- August Ladies' Home Journal. been for several years a member of the best pills he ever used in his fami ny friends. Bob Moore, of LaFayette, Ind., says Thousands of persons'have been curthe Christian church. The funeral ly during forty years of house keeping. was conducted at ten o'clock, Thurs They cure constipation, sick head ed of piles by using De Witt's Witch that for constipation he has found De day morning, at Bohon by Rev. David ache and stomach and liver troubles. Hazel Salve. It heals promptly and Witt's Little Early Risers to be perCampbell and the remains were sub. Small in size but great in results cures eczema and all skin diseases It fect They never gripe. Try them for gives immediate relief. Stormes Druer -j stomach and liver troubles. Stormes sequently interred in the family cem- Stormes Drug Store. Im Drug Store. lm lm Store. etery." CARTERSVILLE. The Rev. W. B. Costley, of Ga., while attending to his pasThe infant daughter of EI Koeh toral duties at Ell en wood, that state, 21 inst of whoping was attacked by cholera morbus. He ler died on the says: "By chance 1 happened to .get cough. J. B Conn can supply you with hand hold of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and I made Buggies, Road wagons, Surries. think it was the means of saving my etc, he can save you money. Jerry Pitts near this place has a hog life. It relieved me at once." For with five feet, the fifth foot projecting sale by R. E. McRoberts. lm Andrew Bogie and daughter, Miss from inside of front foot Also W. C. Hattie, and Mr. and Mrs. Herod Ray Montgomery has a mule colt which and son, Reather, have returned from has a split foot like unto an oxen. Mercer, where they attended the fuJ. B. Conn is prepaired to build neral of Miss Laura Teater, who was a smoke sta cks, and engine boiler ma .A. dear, christian girl, and who .was so chines of all discription. Guns, revol anxious to make the exchange from vdrs sewing macnines, in lact any this life to tho one prepared for all thing that is out of repair. Gat his christians. Misses Stella Broaddus price. Also handles Harness, Saddles, and Lelia Hendrcn were the guests of Hardware, etc. Miss Hattie Jones, Sunday. Louis About one month ago my child, Ray is still confined to his room. Miss which is fifteen months old, had an at Hattie Arnold, of near Lancaster, was tack of diarrhoea accompanied by with Miss Carrie Brown, Sunday. Miss vomiting. I gave it such remedies as Marion Ray left Tuesday, to visit her are usually given in such cases, but aunt, Mrs. John Barney, near Crab as nothing gave relief, we sent for a Orchard. L. p. Brown and son, John, physician and. it was under his care for went to Beuna Vista, Saturday, and a we.-k- . At this time the child had attended High Bridge camp meeting, been sick for about ten days and was B. Ray and family, and Miss having about twenty-fiv- e Sunday. operations of BURNSIDE, KY., 3rd SESSION BEGINS SEPT. 8th. Mary House, and sister, went to High Bridge. Sunday. George Berry, the the bowls every twelve hours, and we Full Faculty of five Experienced teachers. All College graduates hustling dry goods drummer, was here were convinced that unless it soon obthis week. Our physicians are kept tained relief it would not live. Cham- Enrollment last year 105. Excellent Courses offered in Latin, Greek, busy attendin g the sick. berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea German, French, English, Mathematics, Science, History. Music, Ora Dasg-eroRemedy was recommended, and I deDrinking- Water. tory and Physical Culture. TERMS, moderate. BOARDING DEDeath lurks in impure Water. It cided to try it I soon noticed a change breeds diseases often in epidemic form. for the better; by its continued use a PARTMENT all that could be wished lor Comfort and Convenience. The first symptom is looseness of the complete care was brought about and For particulars and catalogue address the Principal, C. L. healthy. it is bowels. These diseases are checked Boggs,now 'perfectlyGilmer Co., W. Va. ' Stumptowa, A- by inking- - Foley's Col'c Core. x JAMES C. DOLLEY, For sale by & E. McRoberts. Ira The War. LEAF. MARKSBURY. HUBBLE. ter .than it Red Hot Bargains it TUB Bins Grass Grow THIS WE1E1K. Do not fail to give them a call, for no one can and will not duplicate their prices. Donald-souvill- e, Following are a few price3 for this week. 4c per box. Star scrubbing lye Best lump3tarch 4c per lb. 4c a cake. Ivory soap Clothes pins lc a doz. Every thing else as cheap in proportion. BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO 1PH- a s P. BROWN, t3- Mgr. B gs g, xoooooooo E. W. Iiillard. oeoooeooeeo; Jko. U.Stcut. s Lilt Reading m ozouz. I) ruggists. cc :- -: one-thir- d Stationery, Faints, Oils, Etc. DAIMVILLE, KENTUCKY. 00000000000000 ORGANIZED 1883. 493-THE Guan-tanam- PfflZENS NATIONAL BANK, U OFLANCASTEB.FT. NATIONAL CAPITAL 200,000.00 BANK J ( Capital, Surplus Fund $100,000 15,000 OF SDRPLUS. $65,000.00. BUSINESS SOLICITED. LANCASTER, KY. President Cashier A. R. Denny. President. Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed S. M. HieoiKBOTHAM Liwis Y. Lxavxll B. F. Hudson W. O. Rigney C. D. Wxlxxb DIRECTORS: J.SC.HiaoIMBOTHAK, Jso. E. Stormes, Vice President. Wk. H. Kinnaibd, Cashier. B.C. Denny, Assistant Cash'r. R. T. Embey Assistant Cash'r Bookkeeper J. F. Robinson. Jb, Ass't IXWI8 Y. LlATXIX, DIRECTORS J.S.Johnson, H.C.Arnold, Jb. Alxi.Gibbs, T.M. Arnold, B.F. Hudson. J.J.Walxxk Sam'I. D.Cochran, Alex. R. Denny. W. R. Cook, Late-Stayi- Jacob Y. Robinson. Jas Spllman, A. C. Robinson. L. Davidson, Jno.E. Stormes. ooooooooooo: Danville, Ky. CALDWELL LANIER SHOES, PLEASURE TO LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE. Bo-ho- OJLiHi OIEsT TRUNKS ami VALISES. WE WANT TO SEE YOU TJS. Stock-bridg- e, Whether You Buy Or Not. K0 FIRE ail LIFfi fflSURMCE School Books T Old books taken in exchange. PLEASE REMEMBER. I again appeal to thcs3 indebted to me to come forward and settle their To save further trouble, accounts. come at once. My accounts are due and must be settled. I don't want to give my accounts to an officer. MISS SALLIE TILLETT. SPEINGFIELD FIRE MB MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK. CO Robinson GvxcAstsa. Mamiltonlgts Kentucky Office ovei Post Office. WtS. BEAZLEY, Teeth filled and extracted with ont pain. Crown and Bridge Work a.3yerflly. Office oyer J. R. Haselden's hardware-3rneji to Court House, Lancas- McEobrts' Drug Store. KENTUCKY DENTIST. I HEW LIVERY. 31 ter. Kr. I have purchased the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the Skin Diseases. Far the speedy and permanent cure of letter, sue riieum and eczema, Cham- oertajQ s Jcyo aad Skin thntmen, without aa eaual. It relieves the itcl ing snd smarting almost- - Instantly and its" continued-- use effects a permanent cure. It also euros itch, barber's itch, scald head sore nipples, itching piles, chapped Bands, chronic sore eyes aad granulated' lids. horses are tfeelbesttomic, blood pariler aadverHufsfle; Price, dSeests. Soldby Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers. - BICE BENGE. Dr. fl. Printing. Br ing us your Job Cstyctaittta Pswien for JLILMeBobert, B?reV, Iacasttr. THE We are ready to supply the demands of our custo mers. WE ARB SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN. SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED. Toll SstTred. lO OFFERED. NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH BARGAINS BE Some of our $12, $13.50 $15.00 and $16.50 Suits now for $1 0. Fine Straw Hats 50c on $1.00. Negligee Shirts. Stacy Adams Pine Shoes. Suits made to order in Danville. Tiraes Q-vea- r. COME AND SEE OUR SUITINGS AND WORK SHOP. J. L. Frohman WONDERFUL - TH &Coi? terday. Mr. Anderson returned, taking Mrs. Anderson, who had been with their daughter, Mrs. Browning, for some weeks. L'.ttle Miss Marie Barnes also went to Lancaster. Miss Mary will remain for a week or more. Miss Jennie Burnside is v s ting the Misses Anderson, on Lexington Ave. Miss Allie Hum! cr, of Oklahoma, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Rella Arnold. IWkWL 1'Hi il i ill Telephone two-hor- 11 WKar- - Danville, Ky, Here is one of those who are either so prejudiced against all advertised remedies, or have become discouraged at the failure of other medicines to help them, and who will succumb to the grim destroyer without knowing of the wonderful value of Foley's Honey and Tar for all Throat and Lung CLEWING- SjSLE. Always this time of the year my desire is to get rid of all the goods in my line whether I get cost or not and my customers always reap a great benefit. This time my bargains will he so linery line go in this sale. GREATER "THAN EVER, first coming will get the Cream, All goods in the mil- CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, August 5, - - 1898 for her home in Henderson. She leaves many sad hearts. Mrs. Prcctor and children, of Danville, have been visiting Mrs. E. TL A. S.one is in 011 Lexington this wek bjsincss. Miss Mary G..1 is the guest of relatives in B.irbourv.lle. Miss Rella Arnold is in Crab Orchard visiting relatives. J. Brad Jennings has been in the cities this week buying goods. Miss L;na Bright is visiting Mrs. Charley Djty, at Brannon, Ky. Miss SalHe Prewitt, of Kirksville, is visiting in and around Lancaster. Mrs. J. Fleece Robinson is spending the week at Crab Orchard Springs. Miss Lillie Dale Grant has returned from a pleasant visit to Mt. Vernon. Miss Hattie Mac Arnold is visiting relatives and friends near Buckeye. Miss Louise Kaulfman has returned from a visit to Hustonville relatives. Miss Lillie Dale (Jrant spent several days at Dripping Springs this week. Jim Cunning! am is quite ill at the home of his n.other, on Depot Street MLCS2S Lou Grant and Lula Ander-to- a visited Dri ping Springs this week. LeU-h;r- and family. Miss Annie Austin has returned from Crab Orchard, accompanied by Miss Josie Stephens. Miss Norma Stone has returned from a pleasant visit to friends and relatives in Kirksville. Mr. Ray Arnold, of spent last Saturday and bund.iy with his cousin, Bruce Arnold. Miss Lena Gordon Tillett, at harming Flemiiigsburg belle, is the gucstof Miss Maggie Tomlinson. Misses Lizzie and Mattie Thompson returned Mondaj from a visit to the Misses Bright,- in Stanford. Miss Bessie Adams, of San Autonia, Texas, has been the guest of Mrs. W. B. Mason, for several days. Miss Nannie Gaines gave a hay ride last 'lhurtday in honor of Miss Ruth Williams, of Campbellsville. Randolph Harris has returned from Arkansas. The climate went against Ran, and his health broke down. Judge Hemphill and mother, Mrs. Rachel Ileinnhil', have returned home from a weeks stay at Crab Orchard. Misses Ilallie Doty and Margaret Noel are being entertained at a houtc party by Miss Bettie West this week. Misses Alice Unison, Lizzie Hudson ley. Mr. B.n the guest of iis sister, and Lena Iligney have returned from of Xew York, is a six weeks' tour through the eastern Mrs. E. L. Owsc'.ties. Mrs. McElroy and Miss Agness Don ahue have been spending a few dajs with friends in Nicholasville and Lex ington. Dr. and Mrs. Carpenter, of Stanford, epent Sunday with Dr. Wesley and family. Graham Pric;, of Danville, is visiting his cousins, Messrs. CJias. and Fred Frisby. Eev. and Mrs. William Waldcn arc visiting at his father's, on Lexington street. Mrs. EfGe Baughman, of Stanford, visited Mrs. Margaret Dunn, first of the week. Charley Frisby left Tuesday night for an extend trip through the North and West Dr. Hugh Grant and family have re- George Smith, Jr., has been at Crab Orchard Springs this week represent ing a number of daily papers. He is a hustling reporter. Mr. Wm. Sandtrs and wife, of Bur-n- , Mr. Morton Broaddus and wife, of MeCreiry, visited the family of R. A. Stone this week. W. 0. Owsley leaves this week for North Carolina. His health has been bad for some time and he will remain until he recuperates. Casey Owsley lias returntd from the law school in Virginia. Casey is look ing hale and hearty. This is his first visit home in two years. Rev. and Mrs. Henry Faulconer left this week for a visit to relatives in F rankfort and other cities. They will ba absent for several weeks. Mrs. Arthur Hubbard, of Covington, and Miss Allene Jackson, of Richmond, have been Mrs. Jno. E Stormcs' and Mrs. Wm. Brkele's guests this week, Messrs. Hines and Pence, alias, the "Flying Squadron," were down from Paint Lick this week, the former strictly on business, and the latter seeking pleasure. Mr. W. L. McFarland, turned from a week's sojourn at Drip- ping Springs. A crowd of young men and ladies attended the ball at Crab Orchard Springs Friday. Misses Bessie Turley, Amie Davidson and Stella Adams arc guests of Mrs. W. A. Hiatt Miss Lyne Le'cher left Wednesday Crab Orchard B Springs. -- ing a week with Lancaster relatives, returned to New York Monday. He after spend v, as NOW OPEN stopped for a visit to Mrs. lay, in Lexingtjn. W. G. Dan- - SP&COOL. I EXHILARATING, S RESTFUL go Earle Farra gave a hay ride to i numbsr of young folks Monday eve ning. Earle is quite a ladies' man, and bids fair to equal his gallant sold iar brother in smashing hearts. S. G Danny, the popular teller at the National Bank, has been hobbling around for a few days with a boil on his foot The enemy has surrendered to the surgeon's knife and Cabel is back counting out "dough," as usual. ;J Eg MUSIC, - AMUSEMENTS, GOOD LIVINGJ '&or terms address Qus Hofmann, Prop'r.! The Lexington Argonaut says: Mr. Anderson anl daughter. Miss Marr. came over from La.nca.Rtar trus. Jhn Mr. and Mis Willh.m Eikin and babj' of Atlanta, Ga.. Mrs 'iimber-laic- e and little Annie Elkin. of New Orleans La., arrived Wednesday to visit Capt. Elkin and family. Some time ago the Richmond Daily Register offered a trip to Niagira Falls to the most popular salesman or sales lady in the city. The vote was to be east by coupons clipp sd from the Reg ister. The contest was as hot as the final quarters reserved for fish liars and politicians, and much excitement was create;!. The voting was brought to a close Saturday and it was found that Miss Bessie BaujWiman was the winner by a big majority. She is the daughter of Mr. John T Bausrhman. formerly of this city. She ii a beauti Notice to I'rolubltlonl-its- . ful girl, and hasminy admirers in this IVhfii You Take Your Vacation There will be a mass Convention of city, who are delighted at her success. the most necessary article to have with the Prohibitionists of the 8th Con you (after your pocket book) is a botWe have used Chamberlain's Cc ujh tle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an ab- gressional District, held at the Court Remedy in our home for many years solute prevention or cure of all de- House in Xiehilasville, on Monday and bear cheerful testimony to its val rangements of the bowls caused by a August 15th 2 o'clock p. in. Officers ue as a medicine which should be in change of water. You are likely to will be electei and a candidate for Congress placed in nomination. Any evjry family. In coughs and colds we need it lm and every party prohibitionist in the found i to be efficacions and in croup District is authorized to attend as a AVords That Will Live. and hooping1 couh in children we delegate. deem it indispensable. H. P. Ritter, nere are some of the epigrammatic By order of the Executive Com. 412" Fair flax a ve., St Louis, Mo. For sayings of the present war that will go Julv 20th 18'JS. O. T. Wallace. 3t sale by R. E. McRoberts. lm history: down in "Excuse me, sir; I have to report Gentry The thatthe ship has been blown up and is Tie morning of August 1st, found sinking." Bill Anthon3 of the Maine. AH persons hnvins claims against the es s Capt "Suspend judgment." nearly one hundred and fifty of the tate of T. I.. Harris, deceased, will present them, properly proveu. to Joseph Arnold, to Washington. first iness-igGentry family already assembled at of said T. i. Harris, or to K. H- "We will make Spmish the court Tomliusou, attorney, within the next thirty Crab Orchard Springs, eagerly anticipersons Knowing incmscivcs inpating the arrival of the elans, and language of hades." F.ghting Bob Ev- aays. An said T. L. Han is. dee'd., will ileise debted to come forward and pay same to said ad minis they came on foot, in wagons and b' ans when war was declared. "Remember the Maine. --"Comniador.e trator. July 11, 1S0S a steady stream throughout rail, in Joseph Arnold, This Adm'r. T. L. Harris, dee'd. the da3'. The noon train from Louis, Schley's sTgnal to the tiying squadron. Misma with instructions; "Don't hamper ville brought a crowd of 150 from souri, Illinois, Texas, Louisiana and I am not afraid of the entire Spauish all through the South and West 1 his fbet with my ship." Capt. Clark, of train also bore the Kentucky delega- the Oregon, to "h Board of Strategy. "You can fire when you are ready, tion, headed by Gen. W. H. Gentry, of During the afternoon, Gridley,'' Coinadore Dewey at Manil Lexington. As agent of the Columbia Finance and Trust la. Mrs. Gen. Gentry arrived, accompaniCompany, assignee of "To hell with breakfast; let's" finish Trust Co.. of Louisville, CommercialonBuilding ed by her Mandolin Club, and will fu: Ky. I will the The 'em now." A yankee gunner to Com- nish music during the s6th day of September, iSg8 adorc Dewej. program, as outlined to The Record Court "The battle of Manilla killed me, at 10 o'clock a.m., before theexpose House in man by General Gentry, is as folthe town of Lancaster. Ky.. at public lows: Tuesday evening, organization but I would doit again." Capt. Grid- - snlu to the highest and best best bidder a tract and addresses of welcome by some ley, of the Olympia, on his death bed. of laud iu Garrard county Ky.. about i) miles nun miles trom Danville on irom i.iucasrer 'Don't get between my guns and the the Fishers Ford Turnpike containing prominent Kentuckians, and responses A fence that always keeps its shape by members of the Gentry family; enemy." Lomaaore uewey to rrince 94 ACRES withu Good House and other necessary because it's built that way Wednesday evening Manager Hofmann Henry of Germany. improvements. Natliing but larcc size heavily galvanized wire "I've got them now, and they will tendered a banquet to the assemble nuuc of best lSessemet steel i red in its con. a state if cu'tivation. Structior. in all the ?o different styles hosts. Covers were laid for 500 guests never get home." Coinadore SchleT, 40 Said land is incancood in wheat this fall and acres of which so m.!c turns all tirc4 of stnc!: nnd leaves tlie the rest in grass. Said land is known as the and that prince of hosts fairly surpass- on guard at Santiago harbor. stock tinhtrmcd while the fence stands strong Jun. L. Smith farm. and sturdy. ed himself in the prepcration of the "There must be no more recalls; iron TERMS One third cash and balance In makes an ad per THIS lingc-join- t aud menu for the occasion. On Thursday will break at last. "Lieut Uobson to one on two years equal payment with un cent aeiereu payments irom day oi sale justable fence and prc evening is the Governor's Ball and the Admiral Sampson. in paia. vents stay wires from T. B. ROBINSON. Aitt. Governors of several States are ex"Don't mind me. bovs; go on fight- Columbian Finance and Trust Co. bending pected to be in attendanca, also Gov. Assignee of Commercial Building Trust. uaptain l. ii. duuu, auctioneer. Bradley and staff. There will be sevTHAT CUBAN RELIEF cures fll. ss tight a crimp makes Colic Neuralgia and Toothache eral germans during the meeting, winfence in summer as in vin five minutes. SourStomach and dancing will be indulged in every Price, 25 Cents. Complaints. ter, and preventsstay wire night Many packs of foxhounds will and Summer from being displaced. OF GARRARD COUNTY LAND. be there and those who wish may indulge in this sport to their heart's conThere's no fence that excels 19th 1803 at 10 o'clock a. On Friday, Aucust tent. One night during the m. I, J. W. roor, assignee oi wnuani tinnn it ; and few, if any, as good. there will be given what Gen. Gantry will offer for sale on the premises 2 miles Manufactured by north-weof Brynntsviile, Ky., In Garrard designates a Ghost Fox Chase;" this 32E2lCAri STSEL KG Wl.TE CO., PITTSBURG, PA. county, consists of the dragging through the FOR SALE BY Springs grounds and the corridor of of good. Improved farming lands and 75 or 100! the hotel, the skin of a freshly killed acres of timbered cliff lands adjoining, which . J.C. Robinson, will be thrown in with the farm. The im-fox, and at midnight several packs of provemema uuusisi. ui n nu aiury iruuiu iiuumj twentv or thirty hounds each, will be with eight rooms, a large stoctc barn, crib aud cow sheds, Ice house, granaries Sic. Fleu placed on the trail, and the sleepiug ty of fruit aud never tailing water guests will be aroused from their TERMS:- One third cash ou January 1st, 1899, balance in two equal payments in one slumber by the, to many of them faand two "years with 0 per ccut iutcrest from o: the dogs in full chase. miliar, sound January 1st The first payment to he se cured by approved indorsers. Call ou or adThe date of the novel proceeding will Get One Roasters Free! dress William Dunn or the undersigned at of not be divulged as it is to le a surBryautsville, Ky. 3t J.W. POOR, Assignee. prise. By Thursday night it is expectCall at my store and we will ex ed that fully five hundred will be in plain. attendance. In addition to the Gentrys, Manager Hofmann has 150 regular summer I aui still iu tlie lead witli boarders, and there are new arrivals GOODS. & Successor to Lackey & Galley. every day. There are ample accommodations for all, and the welfare of Pirst-Claevjry one is carefully looked after, notwithstanding the crowd. Gus Hof Goods are all fresh. I can please mann seems to have the lcaack of be all. LIVERY STABLE. ing every where at once, and nothing is neglected that would tend to adl to EvANGDON'S BREAD DAILY HANDSOME TURNOUTS, the comfort of the guests. The table service in unsurpassed and when the A PLEASE GIVE REASONABLE PRICES cipae:ous dining rooms are filled to TRIAL. their utmost capacity so excellent is the service that no difference is noSPECIAL ATTENTION TO ticeable from ordinary occasions. waiu-wrigh- are in their element and shake han Is ng." Capt. Aliyn K. Capron, of the with their many onsins fifty times a Bough Riders. day. Don't swear, boys; shoot!" Col. wagon loads of bag- Wood to the Rough Bid.-rs- . Seven "Take that for the Maine,' Capt. gage cartied by the Gentry crowd, carried terror to the hearts of the"omash-ers- " Sigsbee, as he fired a shot through the Spanish torpedo-boa- t Terror. "Shafter is fighting, not writing." The Committee on Credentials examined John Sam Owsley, Jr., and, find- A jt. Gen. Corbin to Secretary Alger, ing a deck of cards, accepted him as a w.ien the latter as:ceu for news Irom relation and presented him with a the front. "War is not a picnic." Scrgt Ham "Gentry bdge." ilton Fish, of the Hough Riders, to his Dan Kennedy in charge of the With mother. dining room, and Ciiiy Green, l'iil Gill, "Who would not gamble for a new Monk Gill, Theodore Young, Bill Rout star in the fl:.g?" Capt Buckey and Morgan Adams on the waiter' O'Neill, of the Rough Riders. staff, how can a Lancaster man get "Afraid I'll strain my guns at lorg hungry? t, range; ill close in. Lieut asDr. Dick, with his able corps of of the Gloucester, in the fight sistants, keep the table supplied with with Corver.i's squadron. turtle soup and frog legs. The doctor Don't cheer, boys; the poor devils are is seen daily super.ntending the drag- dying,'- Capt l'hillip, of the Texas. ging of a monstrous seine through the "I want to make public acknowledg Springs pond. ment that I believe in God the Father Four old gentlemen were overheard almighty." Capt Phillip, of the Tex- ia conversation. None of them were years of age, and each under sixty-liv- e lThe Maine is avengad." Lieut one asserted that he had never used Wainwright, after the destruction of beer or whisky. They were Gentry's Cervara's fleet and must have been from Kansas. 1 Keep your on this space. Notice. It belongs to Sigs-bee'- J. W. SWEENEY. '"HH I i I Flic l& i hi. - or KftHOHTS OF PYTHIAS. Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall. All visiting Knights are fraternally inviG. B. SwrxEBROAD, C. C. ted. J. K. Robinson, K. R. & S. ALL Field Fencing. wovzrj Kioul.l know that tUo Ola Ttiuu" Keiue dy, 1 ( 14 ArVfi' f-- ? RSTE I flalllCrS PUBLIC SALE laths ako-- i s l- -t rorr'ntTiM'-!Ctz-.- . Corrorts all o A irr 1 ?it.i;:if"rUMi'.yywri. -t n! I e prt-- l .- ct..wMtho S i Lancaster. For sale by R. E McKobert.Lancastar 1 ttae BEST LOWEST PRICES. W.H. LACKEY s US li zr JmQx THAN NOTES. "Black Chris' and "Yaller" Gentry 1. m 1 BALLOU. TRAVEUttC MEN. Ji CORSETS ll " VV J ;iWt A ? Oh, the Pain of Rheumatism often causes the most intense suffering. Many have for years vainly sought relief from this disabling worse off than disease, unci are y ever. Rheumatism is a blood disease, and Swift's Specific is the only cure, because it is the only remedy which can d diseases. reach such deep-seate- not above Rheumatism! few years ago I was taken with inflammatory Hheuniatisin, which became so intense that 1 was for weeks unable to walk. I tried several prominent physicians and took their treatA ment faithfully, but was unable to get the slightest relief. In fact, my con. dition seemed to grow worse, the disease spread over my entire body, and from November to March I suffered agony. I tried many patent medicines, but none relieved me. Upon the advice of a friend I decided to try 6. S. S. Before allowing me to take it, however, my guardian, who was a chemist, analyzed the remedy, and pronounced it free of potash or mercury. I felt so much better after taking two bottles, that I continued the two months I was cured completely. rh"e cure was permanent, for I have never since touch of Rheumatism though many had times exposed to damp and cold weather.. Kleanoe M. Tippell, S711 Powclton Avenue, Philadelphia. Don't suffer longer with Rheumatism. Throw aside your oils and liniments, as woman. they can not reach your trouble. Don't If a new bee qusen is in good conexperiment with doctors their potash and mercury will add to your disabil- dition and satisfied with her surroundity and completely destroy your diges- ings she will walk quietly and tion. about the hive and begin her egg laying. The bees are most sure to accept her then; but if she runs tvill cure perfectly and permanently. about making a noise the bees will It is guaranteed purely vegetable, and surronnd her and roll up in a ball. contains no potash, mercury, or other Release her by using smoke, and then mineral. Books mailed free by Swift try her again. This process may have Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. to be tried several times before all goes well. The wheat crop of the world in 181)5, according to the figures of the HunFARM AND STOCK NOTES. garian minister of agriculture, was 04,000,000 bushels less than the crop of 1894. The crop of 1890 was 120,000,000 S,ooo bushels corn wanted. will give one dollar and seventy-liv- e bushels less, and the crop of 1897 was cents per barrel for 1,000 bar- 304,000,000 bushels less, a total falling rels of com delivered at the Pil- off in three years of 488,000,000 bushels. The visible supply of the wotld in congrimage Distillery. no. W. Miller, Mgr sequence was reduced to the lowest, and ther was no reserves to call upon. Joe Patchen stepped a quarter the A farm exchange says either deep other diy at Joliet in 2S 2 seconds. plowing or high fertilizing is now the The washing of clothes for the chief work of the tiller of the soil. Queen's household costs more than Mother earth is becoming more and 15,003 per annum. more "hardened," and will not "laugh', The 2:15 list of 1898 will be a large anymore when her surface is "tickled.' one, and from the way they have Her treasures lie deep, and to them we started out the 2:10 pacers will be con- must make the plow run. There is still siderably increased. poetry iu agriculture, but sentimental J. L. Jenkins & sons, of Bowling farming will not make the old soil Green, Ky., have sold 487 cavalry and responsiye. artillery horses to the Government The following amendment to the since the war began at an average of constitution of the General Associaubout 73 per head. tion of Baptists recommended by the Sick headache, biliousness, constipa- Recorder: "That no messengers be ren ceived from any tion and all liver and stomach churches which rebe quickly cured by using those tain in their membership members famous little pills known as DeWitt's who "buy and drink intoxicating liqLittle Early Risers. They are pleas- uors as beverages; and that the board ant to take and never gripe. Stormes be forbidden to receive any money Drug Store. from such churches, or from churches lm There will be no fair at Lexington, which retain in their membership liars Ky , this year. After considering the or defrauders, or men of impure lives; matter for sonic time, the gentlemen also that our board be forbidded to rehaving it in charge decided to abandon ceive money from such churches.' Proper cultivation of the growing it entirely this year. An exchange says: "The shepherd Burley crop is bound to yield the who can sleep soundly while his flock grower large returns. A fixed puris tormented with ticks and other pose to raise good, serviceable tobacco vermin, should ba compelled to share should be the definite aim of every toIrs coujh with a legion of lleas and bacco grower during the season of 1898. No farmer can ever afford to hil bugs. If there is any one thing that a far let a tobacco crop take care for itself. mer should do himself it is the sowing Put the principle of "quality, not his seed. If not rightly done all tne quantity" into practice this season, rest of his year's labor will be in vain. and you will have no cause for after regrets. There are some things we should not In considering the adoption of the leave to hired help. Ex. common remedy of indigo as a cura Win vour battles afraincf iH'spshp. Yiv tive and general preventative for acting promptly. Oae Minute Cough equine diseases, as has been recalled cure produces immediate results. by different papers recently, horse When taken early it prevents consump- owners should beware of making the tion. And in later stages it furni- awful mistake of thinking all bluing shes prompt relief. Stormes Drug as commonly used, is indigop says an Store. lm exchange. Many of the mixtures used When the apples are ripening pick in household purposes are dangerous the largest and best first; this will let compounds that would possibly cause the limbs straighten up, and the small the death of horses if placed in their er fruit will have a chance to grow drinking water. Genuihe indigo, not and mature and acquire color. common bluing, is the drug recomIn the packing markets the heavy mended. Ex. The Best Itemed- - for Flux. hog is still selling at the top. The Mr. John Mathias, a well known packers see a good profit in lard and want the hogs that make it. In the stock dealer of Pulaski, Ky., says: 'Afbutcher markets, however, the light ter suffering for over a week with flux, an I medium weights sell fully up to i and my physician having failed to re lieve me, I was advised to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea RemeJy, and have the pleasure of stating that the half of one bottle cured me." For sale by R, E. McRoberts. Ira hea-- y in spite of tks lard premium. Tl,e Michigan crop report for July gives the averages estimated yield of wheat per acre as 1C:74 bushels, and is based on over 1,000 reports. It points to a total crop in the State of 2S.6D0,-00- 3 bushels. Harvest is two weeks earlier than in 1797. According to the offic'al report the condition of wheat in Ohio is 80 p;r cent. Corn is rated at 00 per cent, but the condition is very spotted through out the State. The condition of hor es and cattle is good, and a marked increase iu the wool clip is noted. The Owinsville Outlook says: "John S. Hushes, near town, recommends the o'.lowing for destroying cabbage worms. He used it last year with gocd success: liruise a lot of tomato vines and steep them in hot water. When cool sprinkle the liquid oortion on the cabbage. Four good Jerseys should bring you at least 25 pounds of butter a week, worth, in most markets, 25 cents; and there will be market for all your buttermilk. The skimmilk is worth cash to your poultry or pigs. To keep these four cows should cost 3.50. This leaves a nice income for a skilled dairy Sympathetic Husbands. The sympathetic tenderness of a loving husband is everything to an expectant mother, especially during her first ordeal. George Layton, Esq., a prominent druggist of Dayton, O., gives the following case : A customer of mine, whose wife has used four bottles of "Mother's Friend" before confinement, says, after seeing. the effects of the remedy, that if she had to go through the ordeal again, and there were but font; bottles on the market, and the cost was $100 per bottle, she would have them. S.S.S&Blood " Mother's Friend " is a scientifically liniment which affords certain relief in the various ailments preceding childbirth, and assures proper elasticity to the cords and muscles involved in the final ordeal. "Mother's Friend" is sold by druggists, or expressed on receipt of one dollar. Valuable book, "Before Baby is Born," mailed free on application. compounded THE BRADF1ELD REGULATOR Our Cavalry Is the finest In the World, An American citizen thinks the American tfoldier is the best, for the easy reason that he is an American bat there were three Englishmen whose profession had qualified them to know soldiers of every land, and who were quite as enthusastic over the cavalry as any American could be as is Fraederic Remington, for 'instance. For one thing, all of our men are physically as large as Life Guardsman, and what they lose in contrast by lack o: gold and and through the inferiority of their equipment and uni form, is made up to them in the way they ridj a horse. A German or English trooper sits his horse like a clothes-pistuck on a line the line may rise or sag, or swing in the wind, but the clothes-pimaintains its equilibrium at any cost, and is straight, unbending, and a thing to itself. The American trooper, with his deep saddle and long stirrup, swings with the horse,-aa ship rides at anchor on the waves; he makes a line of grace and strength and suppleness fro.u the rake of his sombrero to the toe of his hooded stirrup When his horse walks, h sits it erect and motionless; whan it trots, he rises with it. but never leaves the saddle; and when it gallops he swings in unison with it, like a cow boy, or a cockswain in a racingshell. From "The Rocking-Chai- r Period of the War," by Ricuard Harding Davis, in the August(F.ction Number) Scrib. ner's. pips-clan n s Soiin mm tosta n., OP LEXINGTON, ELY. Over $110,000.00 Paid in Maturities. Over $40,000.00 Reserve and Surplus, The Following Coupons Matured July 1898: Gto. 1). Robertson. Lexington, Ky Geo. I). Robertson. Lexington, Ky Geo. I). Uobertsou. Lexingtog. Ky r Name. Address. .... I31.SO 30.V) 29.5) 54.50 34.50 3LuO 27.50 34-- Cost. J7i.su .0 6U.-- Paid. CtiJUO We will Send the CO.. Atlanta. Ga I J troub-lesica- State? which have been so honored by the Government. Kentucky, 1 know, will not be behind, but will rather excel them in the splendor of her gift and the universality of the offering. The gift will not cost less than It is proposed to secure this amount by popular subscription. Every town in the State of Kentucky should be presented, and with the view of making the subscription as general as possible, I have addresiel this letter to representative citizens in every part of the State. No one need fear that his subscription will be too large, nor none so small that it will be overlooked. We want both dollars and dimes, for it is to be the people's gift. With the gift to the 6hip will go a list of the contributors, and the place of residence (but not the amount), so in making your contribution please write your name and address distinctly. As chairman of the Finance Committee I ask your personal in this work; that you will at once take this matter up with your neighbors to the end that the call may be liberally and promptly met. Yours respectfully, Harry Weissinger, Chairman Finance Committee. N. B. Address all letters containing subscriptions to Jas. F. Buckner, Board of Trade, who will receipt of same. $10,-00- 3. y We Never Will Be Missed. The earth will not in grief disdain, When you and I are gone, 'Twill hang out at the same old stand When you and I are gone. The little "supper" part we play Will be forgotten in a day; We'll be just like some last year's hay. When you and I are gone. And men will read our epitaph, When you and I are gone, And of its Import lightly chaff. When you and I are gone. The world will still be just as glad; Our children, oh, how sad! May call some other fellow "dad" When you and 1 are gone. L. A. IP. Bulletin. 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It is not generally known that more adults die of Kidney trouble than of any other disease. When the first symtoms of this disease appear, no time should be lost in taking Foley's Kidney Cure, which is guaranteed or money refunded. lm PRINCIPLES OF TEMPERANCE. Will Be Taught In the rubllc Schools AV. C. T. U. Kesolu.lous. The women's Christain Temperance Union has been much encouraged by its success in having the School Board enforce the law which requires that "Temperance" be made a part of the course of study in the public schools. Every State in the country with the exception of four has this requirement. Mr. John G. Roach, who is one of the members of the School Board, read the ollowing resolution at the last meet-g of the board. Section 43S3 of the Kentucky statutes relating to common schools and the course of study reads as follows: '.Section 23. The State Board of Education shall constitute a standing committee, who shall prepare rules, bylaws and regulation for the government of the common schools of the State vi hich shall be adopted and enforced under the authority and direction of the county Saperintendents trustees and teachers; shall prescribe and publish a publick graded course of study for the common schools, specifying the order of studies, and the time to be allotted to each, which course of study shall be observed by the teacher and enforced by the trustees. Sec. 21. The instruction prescribed by the board shall embrace spelling, reading, writing, arithmetic, English grammar, English composition, geography, physiology and hygiene, civil government, United States history and the history of Kentucky. After July 1, 1893, the nature and effects of alcoholic drinks and narcotics upon the human system shall, in all schools supported wholly or in part by the State, be taught as thoroughly as other required studies to all pupils studying physiology and hygiene as a part of this brance." Therefore, said instruction being mandatory, it is now resolved that the Committee on Examination and Course of Study shall make provision for the teaching of this subject as a part of the course for the ensuing year, and shall recommend to the School Board suitable text books. The resolution was adopted. The Committee on Course of Studies will make its report at the meeting of the School Board next Monday night What the committee will recommend has not been stated. Temperance has been taught in a vague way in the schools under the head of Nature Studies, but according to the resolution adopted, a is required, covering the effect of alcohol on the system, so that pupils will be examined and reports sent home as to average acquired just as in the case of all subjects taught in the public schoos n text-bootext-book Queen of America. National of Hartfort. Plienix of Brooklyn. Hartford of Hartford. Manchester of England. Connecticut of Hartford. North British and Merchantlle. German American of New York. Liverpool and London and Globe. I also represent the old reliable to all old and new Subscribers for only New York Life Insurance COMPANY. Go on the DANVILLE Lv. Lancaster 8 a.m. Lv. Danville 2 p.m. via the yueen & Crescent Route from all points Low Rat.es al ist. Exposition, Omaha. June International Media?;, Cuffalo, Ju!y i4-- south, to the Trans-fv1ississ3p- pi STAGE LIKE. Ar. Danville 10:30 a.ji Ar. Lancaster 4 :S0 p.m. R. Y. P. 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They are all benefitted by It Tor advice In cases requiring special directions, address, siring symptoms, the "Ladles' Advisory Department Tbo Chattanooga Medicine Co., "Battleship Kentucky." Harry Weissinger, chairman of the finance commitiee of the commission of United States battleship " has taken up the matter of buying for the great ship, when she is formally turned over to the government, a handsome silver service, with all the vim that characterizes his every enterprising moves. He wants the silver to be purchased through a popular subscription, and to this end has addressed a letter to citizens of Kentucky, which, in circular shape, will b3 largely distributed. In part, the letter is as follows: "The great battleship "Kentucky," named in honor of the State, was. in the presence of the Governor and many representative citizens from all parts of the State of Kentucky, launched March 25, 1898, and will be put in commission sonu time between January 1st and March CoL "Keu-tucky- Mixed, passes Lancaster, 11 :25 a. m. Mixed, " " 4:50 P. x. " " Pass'gr 2:52 a. y " J " 12:29 a.m. Cincinnati, O., September Queen Ss Crescent Boute. 6:09 a. m 1:43 p. m 3:48 a.m. 4:17 p. m Ask ticket Agents for particulars or apply to W. C. Rinearson, Q. P. A., Cincinnati, O., for free Dooks, flaps. Printed Matter, Time Tables, Rates and fu'l information. PASSES DANVILLE. NORTH BOUND. Number 10 (Daily except Sunday).... Number 6 (Daily except Sunday) Number 4 (Daily) Flag Number 2 (don't stop) SOUTH BOUND. 1 Number (don't stop) u:42 a. m. Number 5 (Daily except Sunday). . . .11 ao a. m. Number 9 (Dally except Sunday) 7:55 p. m. Number 3 (Midnight flag) 11 :42 p. m. per year. Sand in soon, as the of INTERESTING ITEMS. India wheat is still threshed by ing' trodden out by bullocks and bebuf-falo- s. Are Going North, If You Are Going South, You J J. HOOD, LANCASTER, KY SURGEON-DENTIS- Office over J. C. Thompsan'i Jewelry store on Danville street. fer will not last long, 1st, 1899. J. COOPER. TaMto, Mm., Mfsl Jftr suffered from very trrenriar paMul sMnetnttUeii sad doctors couM net raHeve her. Wine of Carded MMrely cured her and alee helped aw Maker Ihrwajh the CfcMfC TNOS. Mr mi " The presence of Kentuckians at the launching was merely a preliminary recognition of the honor done the State by the Government, and it was universally conceded that something more substantial must be done by the p;ople of Kentucky, and that when the great ship shall have been com pleted, a handsome silver service, emblazoned with the arms of the State, should be presented. Such has been the custom of all the 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE I HADE MAIMS v Ayone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain oar opinion free whether an invention Is probably patentable. Comninnica i our conn aen e. Oldest araoer for aecurlnff Dttents. Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive toeeiol notice, without chares. In the Copyrights Ac Designs d. rose fever by a German doctor, who has christened his discovery "FavSs-mus- ." His cure for the disease is to keep away from the beanfields. Axr one with Sane ho Panza's fancy for islands may buy "The Salvages, north of the Canaries, which are of fered for sale at Madeira. There are three large islands and several small ones, by themselves in the ocean, un inhabited, but) with game. The first woman to offer herserviccs to her country in '01 comes again tc the front in "98. 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