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FRIDAY, April 15, -
McCRE.VRY. Wc arc authorized to announce
Hon. James P. McCreaky, of Madison
county, a candidate for Congress In the
Stli Congressional District, subject to the
rctlon of the Democratic party.
THOMPSON We announce J. B. Thompson a
candidate for re-nomination by the Dem
ocratic party for Representative in Con
gress from this the Stli district.
Fjtziiugh Lee is back home again,
safe and sound, and tljp demonstra
tions of welcome which "have already
greeted him while on his way to Wash
ington, and since his arrival at the
capital are but illustrations of the
general rejoicing over his return from
Havana unscithcd, and of the pride
i i him and his gool work which is felt
b - each of his fellow citizens through
oat the land.
The Cincinnati Commercial Tribune,
says: ''The position of Gen. Lee ana
of the other Consuls in Cubi as well
has been a particularly arduous and
trying one during the past two yearA
Our Consul General in Havana, and his
fellow servants of the Government in
other parts of the island, have been
constantly surroundel by conditions
calling for the exercise of the utmost
discretion and careful judgment, and
and to say that they have performed
their duties ably and well under such
circumstances is but to repeat a truth
long known by every one who has fol
lowed, from week to weelr, the devel
opment of the Spanish-Amercan crisis
Many of the Cuban Consuls perhaps
all of them have, during the past
year, given more than their salaries in
aid of the hungry and suffering people
about them, in addition to giving ex
traordinay devotion to their official
duties in behalf of American citizens
and property. It would have been
considered a National calamity had
any one of them suffered harm while
at his post of duty, and their safe re
turn, on the last vessel to leave Ha
vana on Saturday, after the departure
of all other Americans, is a cause for
general congratulation. The country
owes these hard-working', conscien
tious, brave, discreet men a debt of
gratitude for all that they have done
during a period of especial excitement
Befoke this edition of 1 he Recokd
is printed and in the post office, war
will have been declared against Spain.
McKinley in h's message turned the
matter over to congress and the House
passed the following resolution Wed
"It is the duty of the United States
to demand and the Government of the
United States does hereby demand
that the Government of Spain at once
relinquish its authority and govern
ment in the Island of Cuba and with
draw its land and naval forces from
Cuba and Cuban waters. That
the President of the United States be
and he hereby is directed and emoow
ered to use the entire land and naval
lorees of the United States and call
into the actual service of the United
States the militia of the of the several
States, tosuch extent as may be nec
essary to carry these resolutions into
Today, Thursday, the Senate will
pass the same resolution and then
nothing is left to do but begin the
shooting. In the House the wildest
excitement prevailed and several fist
fights were indulged in-
Well, everything possible was done
to keep out of the fight, but nothing
would do the Dons but a scran, so
'Lay on MacDuff and damned be he
wno first cries, 'Hold, Enough!'"
The manner in which the people are
gulled by some daily papers is enough
to disgust any one. Flaring head lines
te.l daily of some great move made at
Washington, when, in fact, nothing
has been done but what was kept en
tirely secret by the officials. The av
erage daily paper keeps its readers
confused that, as we have heard sev
eral say, they have about conclude J
quit reading the war news altogether.
The dispatches one day will give some
so-called important news and next day
column after column is used in deny
ing it The fact of the matter is, lit
tle or none of the inside facts of our
uuui.ru versy wan spam nave ever
b;en made pub'.ic because it would
out of the question for Uncle Sam
show Spain hit hand. We believe
that at the proper time Uncle Sam will
thrash Spain, but he evidently has
good reasons for holding up the job.
Elsewhere in The Recokd will Vi
found the card of Hon. Jna B. Thomp
son announcing his candidate for
democratic nomination for congress.
Air. xnompson nas been a hard work
er for his party, is a popular gentle
man and will make it interesting tt
the several other announced candid
ates. The race for this nominatinn
promises to be the hottest ever known
in tne district
Gejt. Lee and a near relative of Gen.
Grant side by side at' the head o
an American army would be the
grandest thing that could occur for
this country. The spirit with which
the north and south have united in
onr present troubles shows conclu
sively that this is the greatest nation
Gen. Fitziicgh Lee is the greatest
bub ob the American continent today.
Some of our people have been sick
John Saunders is painting the cot
tage belonging to Miss Pattie Ray.
L. F. Brown and son, attended Stan
ford court Monday, and report a large
Pastor Wills delivered a good sermon
to an attentive audience at the Bap
tist church here Sunday.
A certain widower, of Nicholasvillc,
was again in our midst Sunday. Won
der what's the attraction?
Farmers work with more than their
usual activity, every pretty day.
'Make hay while the sua shines.".
Mrs. Coley Gulley, who dismissed
h;r school here on account of the se
rious accident of her mother, Mr?. L.
Gulley, has employed Miss Jennie Gul
ley to teach in her stead. Success to
A troupe of four women and four
children, the women walking and the
children riding in an open top spring
wagon, pulled by an old gray horse,
passed through here Monday, en route,
so they said, to Tennessee. They were
a tough looking set, and some one re
marked that the Spaniards were com
Miss Iva Henderson, of Madison, was
with Miss Ilattie Jones Sunday. Miss
Lizze Tomlinson, of Buena Vista, who
is teaching a select school at Pleasant
Hill, attended church here Sunday,
Miss Nell Ray has returned from a
two months' visit to relatives in Mer
cer county and Lancaster. Miss Bet-
tie Henry, of your city, was the pleas
ant guest of Misses Mag and Susie
Sandidje, the first of this week. For
est Curtis and wife, and Marion Coy,
of Kirksville, were in Buckeye, Sun
day. Mrs. Herod Ray entertained vis
itors from Long Branch, Saturday and
"A word to the wise is sufficient"
and a word from the wise should be
sufficient, but you ask, who are the
wise? Those who know. The oft re
peated experience of trustworthy per
sons may be taken for knowledge. Mr-
W. M. Terry says Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy gives better satisfaction than
any other in the market. He has been
in the drug business at Elkton, Ky.,
for twelve years; has sold hundreds of
this remedy and nearly all other cough
medicines manu'acnured, which shows
conclusively that Chamberlain's is the
most satisfactory to the people, and is
the best For sale by R. E McRoberts,
The cold snap killed a great many
tobacco plants in this vicinity.
Jack Adams, who had his shoulder
dislocated by the kick of a horse is
improving very slow.
Mrs. Ann Broaddus sold forty bar
rels of corn to George Mitchell at 81.75
per barrel in the crib.
If those bad fellows that are in the
habit of shooting around people's
houses of nights would save their am
munition and go an 1 fight the Span
iards, it would look a great deal more
Louis Landram says it was our job
putting a drove of cows in Alex Ely's
shop one night It is very often the
case when a fellow is guilty of any
thing for him to try to saddle it on
somebody else, However, I will not
deny the charge. Mr. Ely is a man
that always studies a case thoroughly
before he makes a decision, and cir
cumstantial evidence is very strong
against Louis, and Ely will never be
lieve anything else but what he is the
Children like it, it. si res their lives
We mean One minute Cough Cure, the
infallible remedy for coughs colds
croup bronchitis, grippe, and ll
throat and lung troublea Stormes.
Drug Store im
W. H. Furr has rented his mill to
There was a good attendance at the
meeting at Lawson Chapel, Sunday.
There will be meeting at Good Hope
church Sunday, 17th.
J. R. Fritts, special examiner Bu
reau of Pensions, paid W. H. Furr and
amily a visit the 7th, which they
highly appreciated. His residence
now, is in Washington, D. C, but for
merly of Gosport, Indiana. J. B.
Parks has returned from Richmond.
James Miller is on the sick list Mr.
Mose Lawson and wife spent Sunday
with R. S. Lawson. Mose Hutchiners
spent Sunday at Mrs, Thomas Gray
Thousands of sufferers from grippe
have beea restored to health by one
Minute Cough Cure. It quickly cures
coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia
grippe, asthma, and all throat and
lung diseases. Stormes, Drug Store.
Mrs. A. D. Hughes is very sick at
Mr. Joshua Sutton is dangerously
ill with pneumonia
Miss Hallie Rhea has been quite sick,
but is some better at present
Miss Minnie Daly entertained a num
ber of friends last Saturday evening.
Rev. Davis, of Waddy, preached at
the Fck church Sunday, in the ab
sence of the pastor, Rer. W. M. Kuy-
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Boner receive 1
some beautiful Easter eggs from their
son, Alfred, of Danville. Mr. Boner
says theyyre the first he has had since
he was a small boy.
Mr. C A. Robinson's carriage horse
became frightened- last Friday after
noon, inrew tne driver down, ran
IMtA. CUBAN RELIEF cum
rldMICrS Col, Neuralgia aad Toothache
. la Ave nunatea. Boar Stomach
sad Soaser Ceatpiaiata. Prfee, 2S-Casta,
across the yard, jumped the fence, a
distance of fifteen feet, ran across the
pike into the lot, tearing a wheel off
the pheaton and breaking the harness.
Mr. R. says he thinks it a miracle the
phaeton was not completely demolish
ed. Robert Fox and Robert Rout spent
Sunday with their cousin, Miss Ma
mie Kemper, in Boyle Mrs. Robert
Humphreys is spending several weeks
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C
Honer. Mrs. Dr. Burnett, who has
been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. M. Arnold, has returned to
her home in Winsor, I1L Mrs. Win.
Lear, accompanied by Mrs. R. A.
Stone, of Lancaster, visited the family
of .Mr. Mort Broaddus, of - McCreary,
It is a great leap from the old fash
ioned doses of blue-mass and nauseous
physics to the pleasent little pills
known as De Witt's Little Early Risers.
They cuse constipation, sick headache
and biliousness. Stormes' D. ug Store.
Saunders & Walker bought of differ
ent parties hogs at 3 and 3 1-4 c.
Lish Forbes, who was sick last week
from vaccination, is able to be out
Miss Jennie Gulley opened a select
school at Buckeye, Monday.
Mrs. L. Gulley, who had the misfor
tune to have an ankle broken last
week, is doing fairly well.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Saunders have
moved into the home formerly occupi
ed by J. A. Walker, Mr. Walker hav
ing moved to town.
Miss Evere Bradshaw spent last week
with her brother, W. B. Bradshaw,
near Marksbury. Miss Bottie Henry,
of your city, was the charming guest
of Miss Susie Sandidge. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Teater were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Hill, Sunday. Misses
Sallie and Myrtle Nave spent the lat
ter part of last week with Mrs. Herod
Ray, at Buckeye. Mr. John Long was
called to , the bedside of his mother,
Mrs. Sam Long, who lives in Madison
county, this week. She is very sick,
Miss Flora Moberly is the guest of the
Misses Burnside of your city.
A torpid liver robs you of ambition
and ruins your health. De Witt's Lit
tle Early Risers cleanse the liver, cure
constipation and all stomach and liver,
troubles. Stormrs' Drug Store, lm
Mrs. Mollie East is dangerously ill
at this writing.
John Sagersey, who has been very
low with rheumatism is some better.
A little girl of W. P. Preston's, fell
and broke her arm last Monday.
Tobacco plants are in the swim yet.
They are terrible hard to kill.
T. L. Saunders sold this week to B.
F. Robinson, a bunch of hogs at 83. 12
l-2c per hundred.
Remember W. F. Neal's appointment
to preach at Scott's Fork next Satur
day night, Sunday and Sunday night
J. W. Saunders went to Frankfort
last week to accept an appointment at
$69 per month. Our best wishes go
with you Jess.
Miss Mattie Saunders visited her
grand-mother, Mrs. Rebecca Sott, cf
Jessamine, last week.
0. P. Stone, one of our merchants,
moved to Nicholasville last Wednes
day to engage in business. We wish
him much success in his new enter
The farmers, the mechanic and the
bicycle rider are liable to unexpected
cuts and bruises. DeWitt's Witch Ha
zel Salve is the best thing to keep on
hand, -it heals quickly and is a well
known cure for piles, Stormes' Drug
The following program was handed
The Recobe by Dr. W. S. Beazley. It
was for an entertainmentgiven by" the
young ladies of Franklin Institute
Lancaster, Decmber 24, 1862," and
will be of much interest to order cit
izens of the town.
1. Holiday Song, Chorus, (Hainan) School
2. Sweet Home, Instrumental Quartette, Bel-
lak) Misses Walker and Simpson,
3 America,Chorns,(SniftA)Primary Department
4. Camille Schottische, Instru, Quartette, (Bel
lot)... Misses Ballew, Salter, M. and E.BuIord
5. Mellow Horn, Quartette, (Jonet)
Misses Duncan, Philips, Marrs, and Andrews,
6. All Aboard Polka, Instru, Solo, (Eaglecr'ght)
Miss C. Peacock,
7. Billy, Boy, Chorus.... Primary Department
8. Sailor's Waltz, Instru, Quartett, (Bellak)
Misses M. Buford, L Huffman, Landram and
9. Death of Warren, Solo Miss A. Graham
10. Naymph waltz, Instru, Quartette. Bellak)
Misses M. and L. Duncan, Pierce and Bailey,
11. Horticultural Wife, Quartette,(utcA(nou)
Misses Klnnalrd, Walker, J. Huffman and ,
12. Popping in Polka, Instru, Quartette.(BeJJak)
Misses Brown, 'M. and B. Sandifer, and P,
13. Merrily over the waves we go, Chorus,
14. Louisville Waltz, Duet, (Piters)
Miss Doty and
15. Victoria Quadrille, Trio, (Czerny)
Misses Andrews, Maars and Phillips
1C. My own Native Land, Chorus, (Broadbury)
17. Lullaby, Quartette, (Hastings)
.. Misses Ballew, Pierce, Simpson, and Bailey,
18. Sparkling Flower Polks, Instru, Dnet, (Bel
lak) Misses J. Simpson and Beasley,
19. Slelgb-BIdge Ga lop, Instru, Solo, two pi
anos (Hoggarty) . , . . . Misses M. Bnf ord and
20. Echo Song, Chores, (Boot) School,
21. Maiden's Prayer, Instru, Solo, two pianos,
(Badarzentka). .Misses Yantls and J. Huffman,
22. Bochas March, Instru, Bolo, two pianos
(Rottenberg) Misses Klnnalrd and
83. On to the field of Glory, Quartette DonizJttt
Misses Salter, Graham, Yantls, and M. Buford
24. Caliph of Bagdad, Instru, Solo, Soge..
i... Miss Graham
25. Mow st Moonlight's Fairy Hour, Chorur,
Tyomton Piano Class,
26. The Storm, Instru, Solo, two planes, Weber.
Misses C. Peacock sad
97. Annie Lisle, van, Isstra, Solo, two pianos
Qrobe Misses Baiter sad
98. Good Night, Cfaoras, Soot School,
Lost, near the Christian church last
Tuesday afternoon, a small white flan
nel baby blanket. Finder return to
this office and receive reward.
Reds vs. Clevelands, Cincinnati, Sun
day, April 17 81 25 round trip from
Junction City and Danville, Queen &
Crescent Route. See the first game!
Help open the season! Ask ticket
agents for particulars. W. G Rinear
son, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O.
Ono-half rates to Lexington Queen
& Crescent Route May 4th to 7lh, good
to return until May 10th, from all
points in Kentucky. These rates ac
count meetings of the Kentucky State
Epworth League and the Kentucky
and West Virginia Grand Council Com
mercial Travelers. Ask agents for in-
ormation. W. C Rinearson, Gen'l
Pass'r Agt, Cincinnati, O,
Stanford County County.
A good crowd attended court yester
day and there wrrj some 250 or 300 cat
tle on the market, but the buyers and
sellers were far apart and very few
sales were made. A small number of
steers sold at 5c and a good bunch of
heifers at about 4a Hscks, of Casey,
sold to Lee, of Boyle, 14 heifers at $16
and J. W. Allen sold a bunch of same
at 10.85, Little or no butcher stuff
was on the market, and no horses or
mules were sold publicly Interior
SETTLES NERVOUS BANKRUPTCY,
Investigation shows that men who
succeed are men of brains strong
nerves great will-power. Urdinarv
food cannot su ply the vital forces which
people with active brains and bodies re
quire. Bicola Pills feed the nerves
make tne mind origin, muscles strong
make flesh and blood and give p r
feet health to Men and Women. The
Turners of Philadelphia make Bico
J. E. Buckev. Chief Clerk National Hotel
Washington. D. C. testifies that he was all run
down was a shadow of his former self Bico
la Pills gave him wonderful relief he gained
over twenty pounds alter using tnem.
Lancaster agent, R. E. McRoberts, Pharma
Turners' Little Liver Turners A very
small Dill. Turn vour liver. Cure Sick ueaa
acne uiuiousness -indigestion.
VriT tVin enepito Tr1 nurmnriOTif nnra nf
tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham-
Deriain s aye ana skin Ointment is
without an equal. It relieves the itch
iner and smarting1 almost instanrlv and
its continued nee effects a permanent
cure, it also cures itch, barber s itch
Rpnlrl head, finrn nfrmlon itcMrnr niloa
chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and
Dr. CadVs Condition Powders for
horses are the best tonic, blood purifier
and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Sold by
R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster
Bugles, Swiss and
We have on our floor two car
loads of the finest and most com
plete line of
TSL O AEWA C O ITS
ever shown in Lancaster. Our
prices are lower than can be found
anywhere. Our guarantee is bet
ter. We can save you from
45 to $25.00
on any vehicle you buy.
We also have a complete line of
Harness we are'offering exceeding
Come and see us. No
trouble to show goods.
W. J. ROMANS Carriage Co.,
Prepare for Cyclones!
By Insuring your Houses.
Insure your Hemp!
And Take No Risk of Loss.
We write thse Policise
Oetierai Insurance, Lancaster, Ky.
KENTUCKY CROP REPORT.
Condition of Crops and Lira Stock
April 1, 1898.
For the April Crop Report replies
were received from lOg correspondents,
representing 105 counties.
The condition of wheat crop avera
ges, for all sections of the State, 101,
being an improvement of 10 points
during the month of march. O.i April
1, 1807' the condition was 94. Consid
ering the crop by the three subdivis
ions, western, central anl south-eas
tern, we find the higest average condi
tion in the central section, 103 in the
western section the condition is 102,
while the few counties reporting from
the south-eastern section show an av
erage of 91 On March 1 the condit-
on by sections was: Western 93, cen
tral 90; no estimate being given tor the
south-eastern. Remarks of correspon
dents show practically universal satis
faction with the prospect, occasional
complaint of toomuch rain being the
Every indication points to a large' y
increased acreage of tobacco both in
burley and dark districts. Ptant beds
show an excellent condition, especi
ally in the western section (dark tobac
co); there the condition, as compared
with normal, is 10C. In the central
section (burley) the condition is 103,
and the south-eastern section (princi
pally burley) the condition is 101.
Sheep and sprinq Lambs.
The revival of the industry of sheep
raising does not, so far, appear to be
manifesting itself in an increased pro
motion of spring Iambi; the number
as compared with 1897 being but 92 per
cent, of the production of that year.
The central section leads with a pro
duction of 95 per cent., as compared
with 1897. In the western section the
number is 92 per cent; while in the
south-eastern section the number is 92
per cent; while in the south-eastern
section the number is but 88 per cent.
The percentage of loss by dogs dur
ing the past year is 6 per cent, for the
State. The western section suffered
the greatest loss, 7 per cent. The cen
tral section lost 5 per cent., and the
south-eastern section 6 per cent.
April 1 finds the fruit prospects un
usually bright Apples, peaches, pears,
cherries, grapes and strawberries all
promise full crops at present, but dan
ger lies thick in the path oa account
of the unusual advancement of the
buds. In the western section the con
dition of the various fruits are: Apples,
93; p2aches, 99; pears, 101, cherries, 99;
grapes, 98, and strawberries, 93. In the
centarl section the conditions are: Ap
ples, 99, peaches, 101; peas, 100, cher
ries, 99; grapes, 9C, and strawberries,
93. In the south-eastern section the
conditions are: Apples, 103; peaches,
102; pears, 100; cherries, 93; grapes, 93,
and strawberries, 99.
Commissioner of Agriculture.
The bladder was created for one pur
pose, namely, a receptacle for the
urine, and as such it is not liable to
any form of disease except by one of
two ways. Abe nrat way is irom im
perfect action of the kidneys. The sec
ond way is from careless local treat
ment ol other diseases.
SAMPLE SENT FREE.
Unhealthy urine from unhealthy
kidneys is the chief cause of bladder
troubles. It is comforting to know
that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root fulfills
every wish in quickly curing bladder
and urinary troubles, it corrects ina
bility to bold urine and scald ins
stinging pain in passing it, or bad ef
fects following use of liquor, wine r
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to get i p
many times during the night to urin
ate. The mild and extraordinary ef
fect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is
soon realized. It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most dis
tressing cases. If you need a medi
cine you should have the best. At
druggists fifty, cents and one dollar.
You may have a sample bott'e and
pamplet both Bent free by mail, upon
receipt of three two-cent stamps to
cover cost of postage on the bottle.
Mention The Central Record and
send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co.
Bingbamton, N. Y. The proprietors of
this paper guarantee the genuines?, of
this offer. (3(
CAPT. T. W. BOTTOM
Auctioneer, of Perryville,
Will be on the street every County
Court Day and solicits the sales of the
County. Will make it to your inter
est to see me before seeing any other
J J. HOOD,
Office orer J. C. Thompson's Jewelry store
on D&nvillo street.
PAINT YOUR HOUSE
Mastic Mixed Faint.
OR THE BEST BRANDS OP
White Lead and Oil.
We are Glad to Sell Either.
MCROBERTS' DRUG STORE.
Orders taken for all Foreign or Domestic Magizines or Newspapers.
Lillavd dc Siouz,
Stationery, Faints, Oils, Etc.
CALDWELL I LANIER
PLEASURE TO LET YOU SEE WHAT
GJLXjXj OIsT tjs.
TItTJIVICS and VALISES.
WE WANT TO SEE YOU
Whether You Buy Or Not
Everything new ani iesiraMe in
AT REASONABLE PBICES.
COME AND SEE US.
Miss Sallie Tillett.
W. H. LACKEY
Successor to Lackey & Gulley.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
TRAVELING MEN I
CAPITAL I 0 i SURPLUS.
Jno. E. Btokxis. Vice President.
S.C.DxififY, J. F. Robikioh. J,
Assistant C&sh'r. Book-keeper.
&. T. Exbxt Ass't Book-keeper.
Sam'l.D. Cochran, Jas Spllman,
Alex. R. Dennr. A. C. Robinson,
W. R. Cook, L. Daridton,
Jno. E. Stormes.
It Will Be Done Bight
If yon Bring Your
NED BURDETT & CO.,
at Arnold shop oa Danyille street.
Scientific Horseshoeing, Bepairin? of
Wagons, Eaggies, and all kinds of ve
hicles Promptly and Substantially
111 aa zm aasa
RONNSON-rerrET COMPANY (.)
Wholisalk DMratauTOM. LOUISVILLE. KYt
Jno. B .Stent.
Teeth filled and extracted with
Work Asnecialtv. nilmnnti o u.
hardware store, next to Court House, Lancaa-
PITMS NATIONAL BANK,
U OP LAH0A3TER. XT.
Capital, - . $100,000
Surplus Fund 15,000
Cavnfal suad Prompt Attention Gnaraataed
1. M. Hiqginbotham President
Lxwis Y. Lxatxix. Tlee-Fresidentf
B. F. Hudson Cashier
W. O. RiexxY Assistant Cash'r.
CD. Walxxx Bookkeeper
J. M. HieentBOTHax, Lxrrn Y. Lxatxll,
J. 8. Johnson, T.M.Axnold,
H.C.Aknolo.Jk. B.F. Hudson.
Jacob Y. Robinson.
Morgan Denmark Is a bar stallion. 16 hands
high. He is splendidly bred, as a glance at hU
pedigree will show. He will make the present
season of 1S9S at oar stable, on the new Lan
Lancaster pike, 5 miles from Danville,
At $5.00 to Insure a Living Colt.
Care takan to prevent accidents, bnt not re
sponsible should any ocenr.
Lien retained on colt3 for the season money.
Hares traded before fact is ascertained makes
season money due.
Morgan Denmark was foaled in 1S89. He Is
by On Time, son of Stonewall Jackson ; 1 st dam
Lady Morgan, by Stonewall Jackson ; 2nd dam
by Virginias; 3rd dara by Matchless; 4th dam
Morgan Denmark Is one of the best bred sad
dle stallions In Kentucky. Has good mane and
tall, and good, long, rangy neck. Don't fail to
see him Will also stand ONE GOOD MULE
JACK at 5.00 to insure.
33 6t. Danville, Ky.
KAIL ROAD TIME TABLES.
K. C. Branca.
Jouth-b'nd Mixed, passes Lancaster, 3:40 r. x.
North-b'nd Mixed, ' 8 .-09 a.m.
North-bound Mall, pasaea Stanford, U J3TT r.n
North-b'nd Express, " " S33A.M,
South-b'nd Express, " ' 12:04 r a
South-bonnd Mall. " 1:27 r. MV
Oueen M Creaeeat Rant.
Number 10 (Daily except 8unday)....l:09 a. at
Number 8 (Dally :.....l:41 pjal-
Number 4 (Daily) Flag 131 a.
Number 3 (don't stop) 30a.xa.-
Number 1 (don't stop) 11:56 a. air
Number 5 (Dally ) 11 Sal a. m
Number 9 ( Uaily except Sanday) 8:10 p. m.-
Number 3 (Midnight Bag) Dally n.55 p. m.
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