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l'KIDAY, May 20, - - 1898
McCREARY. Wc are authorized to announce
Hou. James P. McCrkakv, of Madisou
county, a candidate for Congress In the
Mh Congressional District, subject to the
action of the Democratic party.
THOMPSON Wc announce J. H. Thompson n
candidate for re-iiomliiutlon by the Dem
ocratic party for Representative In Con-
cress from this the Sth district.
Sixc.'j our last report the progress o'
the war s-.'ems to have been at a stand
still. Reports come one day and the
papers take np their columns the next
in denying them. The government of
liclals have at last decided to keep
their plans secret, and this is, indeed,
a wise move. The country is full of
Spanish spies and the movements of
niir ships and men have been as pub
lic as if no war was in progress. Dew
ey's llect still holds the day at Manila
and Sampson's ships are putting in
their time b3' chasing to places where
they hear the enemy's tubs or located.
In the mean time the Spaniards are
keeping out of the way and watching
their chance to get in a blow that will
telL The army is mobilized at south
ern points and is waiting for orders to
invade Cuba. The volunteer army is
about in condition and is being1 con
centrated at Chiekamauga ready to
as;ibt the regulars in case they are
needed. The Ken tucky troops are not
ready, as they had to be furnished al
most out and out with everything
neeled by a soldier. The 'Govern
meni'i decision J.o keep its plans se
cret may mean much, and there is no
telling what pa,y is to be made.
Tins beats any country on the globe
for taking up with strangers. For
c-ign trash is dumped, here by the ship
load and our people take them up with
out making any inquiry whatever as
from whence they came or whither
they are traveling. Spanish spies are
as thick in the United States as burrs
on a sheep's back, and only this week
was it necessary ;or the government to
double the secret service to weed out
the reptiles. Some foreigners are the
best clUzms we have, and all honor
to them, but this thing of letting eve
ry tramp land is too dangerous to con
tinue. All immigrants should be care
lully examined, and then, if found
worthy, receive them with open arms
We are frequently asked if it is not
a diilicult task to edit an independent
pap;r. We say Nay, verily. We have
not a blanked bit of use for politics,
and a blankety blanked sight less for
politicians. We arc thankful to the
Allwise power that we got our dose of
po'.kics early in life. We do not pro
pose to be led by the nose or made to
dance to the fiddling of any set of
men, or dictated to by a lot of goods
box orators who ought to be working
in the corn field. This coun try is en
tirely too large for a man to be a slave
now-a-daj'S, and the dust will remain
in the seat of our trousers a long time
ere it is beaten out with the party
It must be very annoying to trained
soldiers to have persons placed over
and among them who have no qualifi
cations whatever. Such fellows as
John Jacob Astor, .Tas. G. Maine, Jr.,
ct al., receiving commissions in the
army is the height of folly. If they
want to show their patriotism make
them enlist as privates and learn to
keep step by "Hay foot, Straw foot"
along with the brave boys who do the
lighting. A passenger on a railroad
train pulled by an inexperienced en
gineer is in no more nor as great dan
ger as soldiers under command of offi
cers who are not trained soldiers.
It looks now like the Spanish war
ships have concluded to put in their
entire time trying to get off the face
of creation. It is perfectly evident
that they do not intend to fight, and
we believe they have concluded to put
this government to as much expense
as possible in trying to run them
down. Before going into this game
of hide-and-seek, Uncle Sam should
send his army to Cuba and relieve the
starvation and suffering among the
poor, oppressed Cubans. Relieve them
and then hunt down the devilish Span
ish. If the war continues much longer
our head will be as gray as a Norway
rat's. We read the lengthy reports
and dream all night of th:rteen-inch
S impsons, the Spanish Capo Verde off
Manila, double-tarreted Deweys, the
Flying Torpedo Reconcentrados de
stroyer moving from the Phillioines
into the volunteer displacement armJ
of the h est Indies, etc , etc. When
morning comes we awake only to find
fresh daily papers which get us more
and more confused. For heaven's
sake fight or give up the gtn.
Almost daily this office receives
from some enterprising firm a so-called
patriotic song, together with a let
ter asking a two or three inch notice
of same. 'J he musicians, as well as
the balance of mankind, are out for
the cash. We have about concluded
to preserve these productions and send
them to Roosevelt's "rough riders,"
though cradle lullabys would doubt
less suit those bloodthirsty warriors
Louisville base bill patrons are
long-suffering beings. For years they
have ben lead to behave at the be.
ginning ot the season that the city had
a winninsr team, anl the amrresration
immediately set in to see how quickly
it could get into last place. The pat
rons are certainly loyal to the club.
In some cities the nine could not draw
crowd large enough to raise a k ek
on the umpire.
Sismark describes the war as "a du
el with sabres at fifteen paces." If
the old statesman will cause the Span
iard to stand still a minute, we can
guarantee to shorten the distance
Several Louisville papers had a set"-
to over who should do the city print
ing. The Dipatch ktiockel the plum,
which is quite a juicy one.
Whenever a report in the. war news
starts out by saying "It appears,'' you
may stop then and there and read no
further. It s a he.
The Cuban question and political is
sues sink ir.ti insignificance with the
man who suffers from piles. What he
most desires, is the relief. DeWiti's
Witch Hazel Salve cures piles. Stormcs
Drug Store. lm
j Conducted by B. S. rtowen.
SOME COMMON TLOWERS.
Acting on the theory that every'
thing which is beautiful tends to give
beauty to character, I have had the
pupils give a great deal of attention to
(lowers. Hut even if it should have no
refining influence, still, the time is
well spent, for, when boys and
girls become interested in flowers,
they have something to occupy their
leisure moments, even though they arc
alone in the fields or woods. Without
such interest, and hence without such
occupation, their idle time will be
spent in some other way perhaps
some questionable way.
Hut merely the reason that the stu
dy is so interesting, so fascinating, 1
My pupils have found some very in
teresting things aoout some very com
mon flowers, and things too, that are
not very generally known.
1' irst take the dogwood blossom. It
is not one blossom, but about twenty
five blossoms. Look in the center, and
you will find at least two dozen per
fect little flowers.
Next, the clover blossom, so-called.
is not a clover blossom at all, bat sev
enty-fivc clover blossoms.
The dandelion, one of the common
est, and most unnoticed Sowers is one
of the most peculiar. There are two
hundred and twenty-live in one. Each
bears one seed, and that seed has
wings that it may ty away and find a
new home. These wings all together,
make the silky ball left after the yel
low is shed. Daudelions make pretty
good clocks, as they open about the
same time every morning, and close
about the same time at night 5:33 a.
m., and 8:33 p. in., being the times.
There is a weed that grows along
the wayside, usually called "white
top," that is one of the best examples
of the "composite family' the family
with many flowers in one. It's num
ber is four hundred and sixty-five the
highest number we have found, but
isn't that high enough'.' My pupils
have counted all these flowers, so they
will defend these statements.
We have all been very much inter
ested in the study of the violet We
heard of a school that had found sev
en different kinds. Wondering if we
could find so man- around here we
agreed to try; and instead of seven,
we found nineteen. The only chance
for a mistake, is for some of them to
be "freaks"' instead of regular types.
In order to beautify the yard and
make the plac2 more home-like for
the pupils, I suggested that all who
wanted to, could contribute whatever
amount he might wish, and we would
buy flower seeds and bulbs, to suit all
seasons, so we might have flowers all
the year round, as nearly as possible.
I supplemented the amount the pupils
raised, by giving several dollars mjT
seU. The interest they have shown,
the family-like spirit it has brought
about has fully repaid me, even without
enjoyment of the flowers themselves.
I only hope the pupils will continue to
show the same interest after 1 am
gone, that they have shown recently.
Another Case of Ilhenmatlsm Cured by
Chamberlain's Pain lialm.
Many old soldiers now feel the ef
fects of the hard service they endured
during the war. Mr. Geo. S Ander
son, of Roseville, York county, Penn.,
who saw the hardest kind of service
at the front, is now frequently troub
led with rheumatism. "I had a severe
attack lately," he says, "and procured
a bottle of Chambelain's Pain Balm.
It did so much good that I would like
to know what you would charge me
for a dozen bottles." Mr. Anderson
wanted it both for his own use and to
supply it to his friends and neighbors,
as every family should have, a bottle
of it in their home, not only for rheu
matism, but lame back, sprains, swel'
lings, cuts, bruises and burns, for
which it is unequalled. For sale by ,
R. E. McRoberts. lm
Low rates Queen & Crescent route.
One fare the round trip from all noints
to general conference A M. E. Church
Columbia, S. G; May 4.1a Southern
Biblical Asemhlv. Knnwllln Tnn .
June 10-35. Southern Students' Con
ference, Asheville, N. Q; June 17-27.
Finest train Jiprvir-p in th Rniifh T.iK
eral limits oh these low rate tickets.
Ha sure votir tickets read via. thmOnuan
& Crescent Route.
Our- Sunday school continues to
flourish like a green bay tree.
Mrs. John Teatcr has boon suffering
with a carbuncle on her haud.
Mrs. Robert Tcater, who has been
quite sick, has about recovered.
Mrs. Josiah McCully has rcturiu d
from the Richmond Infirmary, very
Dr. Grant, of your city, was here
several days last week. J. E Dicker
son and Miss Sallic li. Ray, attended
services at the Fork church Sunday.
W. G. Jones and daughter, Miss Halite
have returned from a visit to Lexing
ton. Miss Rettie Henry, of 3'our city,
attended the fishing partv and was
the guest of Miss Susie Sandidge.
A two horse wagon, containing 20
girls and four boys, and otiiers in bug
gies and on horse b:ic'c, passed thro'
here Saturday en route to the lidiing
party at the mouth of Paint Lick
lhey were met there by parties from
Madison, Sulphur Well and Nicholas
ville. All report a line time and plen
ty to eat Although they assembled
at the waters edge to lish, dry land
fish seemed to be in the greatest de
Dr. W. M. Ray, made a very narrow
escape of his life, while returning from
Nicholasville, Monday. He had got
ten this side of the black bridge, in
Jessamine, when his horse, which had
been driven just a few times, got
frightened and ran, throwing him out
of the buggy on to the pike, his fore
head striking, rendering him uneon
scious, but he rallied somewhat, and
came on home, mo3t of tlu way horse
back, as his buggy was completely
demolished. He was overtaken soon
after the accident by friends and seen
safe lioni-. He has no reesllection
whero he was, how he got hurt, nor
how he crossed the river. Ho is, at
this writing, better, though considera
I have been a sufferer from chronic
diarrhoea ever since the war and have
used all kinds of medicines for it. At
last 1 found one remedy that has ben
a success as a cure, and that is Cham
berlain's Cholic, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy. P. E. Grisham, Gaars
Mills, La. For sale by R. E. McRob
Albert Huffman and Ed Naylor arc
preparing for war. They each have
The present prospact for a good
yield of wheat in this part of the coun
ty was never better at this season.
Recent rains have made some of our
farmers so eager to plant corn they
are working m the mud. Retter been
up a little earlier when the weather
it is currently reporteu mat our
teacher at Orchard Grove is 'specially
fond of a "Moss" that can be found
somewhere on Dix river and that
when her school is ended she will go
in search of it. Can't believe it.
Rus Humphrey says the lightning
hasn't tried his rod yet, but he hopes
when it does the rod will do all the
fellow that sold it to him claimed it
it would. Says he is still looking for
the fire insurance policy that the rod
seller promised him. Watch and pray
lest ye enter into temptation.
Joshua Harker, a rural clock tinker-
er, is in the swim. He has invented a
clock which he says will run six
months from one winding. He has
been at a loss to know where to set it
going, so that the world cou'd have
the benefit of such a time-keeper; be'
cause he found that to make it sta
tionary it would require half a centu
ry to dig a hole deep enough to ac
comodate the weight and cords. When
he heard of Rob Scott's airship, the
knotty problem was solved, provided
he could induce Mr. Scott to allow
him to attach it to his flying machine,
'lhe two made a contract, and each
will take his family and provisions
enough to lest during a voyage around
the globe. They expect to leave terra
firma from "Rurdett's Knob"' August
The human machine starts but once
and stops but once. You can keep it
going longest and most regularly by
using De Witt's Little Early Risers, the
famous little pills for constipation and
all stomach and liver troubles. Stornies
Drug Store. lm
S. Morgan bought 50 hogs from dif
ferent parties Saturday.
Call at S. Morgan's and buy the best
Lion coff je at 10 cents a package.
J. II. Thompson and J. F. Thompson
have gone to the mountains on a tra
Rev. R. B. Manoney will p-each at
the Baptist church on the 2nd and 4th
Sundays in June, and will continue
on through the year.
Mlss. Fannie Austin is progressing
nicely with her school which she is
teaching at Beazley school house, and
will close in a short time. The pupils
and parents are delighted with her
teaching and are sorry the school is so
near the close.
Price Mahan, of . Iliattsville, spent
Saturday and Sunday with his cous
ins, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Dudderar.
Our little friend, Miss Ilallie Rrown,
has returned from a pleasant visit to
friends and relations of Mt Vernon.
T. E. Dishon and brother, George, at
tended the couqty meeting at Mt Ma
rian, Saturday, and reported a nice
time. The Misses Archer, of Flat
woods, visited their sister, Mrs. Reub
en Dudderar, last week. Dave Ste
vens and family spent Saturday and
Sunday with Thos. Stevens and fami
ly, near Hiattsville.
DltuAU CUBAN RELIEF cures
r RlMCrS Colic Neuralgia and Toothache
in five minute. Soar Stomach
tad Sooner CompUiaW. Price, 25 Own.
Master T. T. Pollard has suffered
very much for the last two weeks with
a rising in his ear.
May loth, a little daughter cann to
Lbjtfss and brighten the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Edmiiud Sutton.
Speed Raner, one of o.nr patriotic
boys was seut home from Lexington,
by Capt Duncan, on account of being
too young for service.
Farmers take notice. Don't giw
any order for wire fence or fencing
machines until yon see L. R. Hughes,
who handles the best on the market
Call on or address L. R. Hughes, Marks-
bary, Garrard County Ky., or leave
orders with J. R Haselden Lancaster,
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Rnrdctt, of Jes
samine, visited Miss Ruth Aldnuge,
last week. Miss Mary Lynn Mock, of
Danville, spent Saturday and Sunday
with Miss Katharine Moore. Miss
Kate Simpson, of Lancaster, spent
part of last week with Miss Lula Simp
son. Miss Georgia Henry, of Lancas
ter, spent from Friday till Wednesday
with Miss S.illie Herring. Messrs.
Ciay and Henry Williams, of Rurgin,
spent Sunday with H. I). Aldridge
and family. Mrs. T. L. Rroaddus and
nephew, Tom Wall, spent Sunday
with Mrs. Robert Gulley, of McCreary.
Mike Kennedy and wife, of Crab Or
chard, visited their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. K. West. Misses Th o Hemp
hill Mattie May Robinson and Master
Willie Robinson, of Lancaster, visited
their cousin, Master Ronnie Robinson,
last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ap Price, of
Lancaster, and Mr. and Mrs. John
Woods, of Danville, visited Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Rurdett, Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. Will Rradshaw and Master Eu
gene, visited McCreary, Saturday and
Sunday, and were accompanied home
by Mrs. T. W. Robinson. Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Chesnut, Alfred Roner and
Miss Perkins, of Danville, and Misses
Roner, of Hickman; visited Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Roner, Sunday. E. J. Die!
erson and Miss Sallie R. Hay, of Ruck- J
eye, Jdhn Ilolrzclaw, of Preachers
ville, and Joe Francis, of Paint Licl,
were the guests of Miss Dillian Sutton.
I had-a little boy who was nearly
dead from an attack of whooping
cough. My neighbors recommended
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I did
not think that any medicine would
help him, but after giving him a few
doses of that remedy I noticed an im
provement, and one bottle cured him
entirety. It is the best cough medi
cine I ever had in the house. J. L.
Moore, South Rurgettown, Pa. For
sale by IL E. McRoberts. lm.
The young people report a grand
. u ;eess of the fishing party that gath
ered at the Kentucky river Saturday.
Not the success of the amount of lish
that were caught, but a general good
time enjoyed by every one present. A
erjwd from here went in a wagon, al
so from Madison county, the number
present being numbered at one hun
dred and fifty. Roat riding and "eat
ing'J were the principal amusements.
S. E. Parker, Sharon, Wis., writes:
"I have tried De Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve for itching piles and it always
stops them in two minutes. I consi'
er DeWitt's. Witcli Hazel Salve the
greatest pile c-jre on the market."
Stormes' Drug Store. lm
J. C. Rrown and his mother, Mrs.
Lou Rrown, returned to Shelbyville
last Friday, after spending several
weeks with relatives here. Misses
Rella and Allie Arnold, visited Mrs.
Tena Reazley, and attended preaching
at Antioch, Sunday. ' Miss Ida Mae
Kelley, accompanied by W. II. Lack
ey, of your city, ,visited here Sunday.
Miss Sallic Smith, of Hubble, and
Misses Bertha and Mary Rurnside,
have been the guests of the Misses
Pherigo. Miss Rettie Henry, of your
city, has been the charming guest of
Miss Carrie Hardin. Mrs. Davis Sut
ton, who has been sick, was able to
visit her mother, Mrs. II. R. Ray, at
Nina, the latter part of last week.
Miss Nora Saunders, from near Kirlcs
villc, and Misses Ressie and Minnie
Arnold, of Hiattsville, visited Mrs. J.
R. Saunders, last week. Misses Ollie
Ilackley, Mamye Kelley, Eva Jones,
Rclda and Lurla LViyton, were guests
of friends here, and attended the fish
ing Saturday. Miss Stella Rroaddus
has returned from a visit to Madison
count3', accompanied by Miss Viola
"One Minute Cough Cure is the best
preparation I have ever sold or used
and I can't say too much in its praise.''
L. M. Kennon, Merchant, Odell, Ga.
Stormes' Drug Store. lm
Away Flow the Woodcock.
I have the bjst and cheapest line of
Mid-tuntner wear ever brought to
this city. Ready-to-wear coats at 50c
and SI; Rlack Alpaca coats at S-, and
genuine Crash suit at S3 53. Tailoi -made,
Kentucky home-spun tow liaen
at 8 per sui. The goods will launder
perfectly. M. D. Hughes, Agt
Spirited War Music.
Send us 25c in silver or postage End
we will in return, Mail you our latest
Military Music, entitled, "For Country
Deai" Song, and "War Flash'' Military
March. These two prices retail for
1.00. Address, Windsor Music Com
pany, 200 & 208 Wabash Avenue. Chi
Bring Our Heroes Home!
The beautiful song "Rring our nc
rocs Home" dedicated to the Heroes cf
the U. S. Battleship Maine is one cf
the finest national saogs ever written.
The words ring with patriotism
and the music is stirring and full o
fire, and fitting the noble sentiment toj
which it is dedicated. Arranged for
Pisno and Organ. This song and six
teen other pages of full sheet music
will be sent on receipt of 25 cents.
Address, Popular Music Co.,
Diek Robinson sold 23 hogs to P.Mor
gan, for ?p 1-4 c.
Hogs are being engaged for July de
livery at .1 1-2 c.
John tross has gone to Roekeast'e
county to buy hogs.
Jakson Collett has bean to Rjll to
buy sheep. l!c hats 50 head.
J. F. Pettus sold 2t lbs. wool, three
yearling mules, 03 sheep and 51 lambs
for $175 cash.
Mr. and Mrs. RIc'inr.l Robinson en
tennmcu mute a number 01 llieir
Dr. Rrown was h;re Tuesday, on hi
way to see Ins brothers little boy,
who is siek at this time.
Messrs. James and Frank Thompson
nave just returned from tia moun
tains with a nice bunch of hogs.
new i'. a. ,)oncs and lamuy will so
this week to Wilmore, to attend the
Commencement of Asburv College.
r. The Raptist church have changed
their time of meeting from the first
and third, to the second and fourth
Wood Little, of Oklahoma, who has
been spending a month up in the
mountains, stopped off here for a few
days before returning home.
Late to bed and early to rise, pr;
pnrcs a man for his home in the skies
Early to bed an 1 a Little Early Riser
the pill that makes life longer am
better and wiser. Stormes' I).u
.miss 1 j 7.z:c uudderar sold ner pe
hog at $3.25 per hundred, amountiu
to $5 J0.
There will le preaching at Gool
Hope Sunday, bv the pastor, Rev.
There will be preaching at LViwson
Chapel, Sunday, by Rev. Rasen, also
Thursday nigh; by Rev Little.
Arch Walker lrad some Paris Green
left from s:ng on tobacco last year
It was left in the loft of an old house
and it got knocked down and the
stock ate it, which killed two fine
cows. A horse and mule recovered
Master Henry and Louise Thurmaa
are visiting at J. A. Merrimau's. Miss
Li.ziePorter spent Sunday with Miss
busie and Miss Eva Merriman. Miss
Sarah and Annie Porter spent Sunday
with Miss Jennie Scott, also E A
Pearce and Miss Nannie Lawson spun
Sunday with Miss Jennie Scott.
Capt. John Doty, of Point Leavell
was through here looking for tv
hogs he had lost Thursday night, th
5th. lie found one at Tom Worrell's
that had been sold to Worrell by Char
ley Leavell, of color. Sam Anderson
had bought two Friday that were sto
len Thursday night by Leavell. Char
lie then stole them from Mr. Andji
sou. 'J here is a writ out for him and
he.has left the country.
A Crowing J!usint.
Compare qualities and prices and
buy a suit of me. I have goods, ever'
thread being wool, at S3, S10 and u
10 c-w. my saies are growing every
season. M. D. Hcgiies, A.'t.
Mrs. J. A. Hammond is very ill at
Miss Katie White is very ill.
Miss Katie Walters was the guest of
her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Walters from Friday until Mon
day. Mr. James Sutton and wife were
absent for a few days on a vis-it to
their brother-in-law and family, Mr
II. C. Raiser. Mr. and Mrs. Price Sut
ton spent a few days with their moth
er, Mrs. Samantha Alexander and fam
ily. Miss Sallie Smith was absent
from Friday until Sunday on a viiit to
her kinfolks and or. Saturday attended
a fishing party at the mouth of Ken
Oh, the Pain of
Rheumatism often causes the most in
tense suffering. Many have for years
vainly sought 1-elief from this disabling
disease, and are to-day worse off than
ever. Rheumatism is n blood disease,
and Swift's Specific is the only cure, be
cause it is the only remedy which can
reach such deep-seated diseases.
A few years ago I was taken with inflamma
tory Rheumatism, which became so intense
that I was for weeks unable to walk. I tried
several prominent physi
cians and took their treat
ment faithfully, but was
unable to get the slight
est relief. In fact, my con.
dition seemed to grow
worSc, 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 trv
S. S. S. Before allowing me to take it, how
ever, my guardian, who was a chemist, ana
lyzed tho remedy, and pronounced it free of
potash or mercury. I felt so much better after
taking two liottles, that I continued the rem
My, and In two months I was cured completely.
The cure was permanent, for I have neversince
had a toucli of Rheumatism though many
times exposed to damp and cold weather.
Eleanor M. Tippell,
3711 Fowclton Avenue, Philadelphia.
Don't suffer longer with Rheumatism.
Throw aside your oils and liniments, as
they can not reach your trouble. Don't
experiment with doctors their potash
and mercury will add to your disabil
ity and completely destroy your diges
will cure perfectly and permanently.
It is guaranteed purely vegetable, and
contains no potash, mercury, or other
mineral. Books mailed free by Swift
Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Daring the past three years, the
number of sheep raised in New Zeal
and have fallen from 50.OCO.000 to 43,
003,000 a decreasj of 13,000,000.
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j Mfiilv n:i! !;. I.V.vP;H.;iCorlI?-.iii-InoCo., Ctiat-!
For sale by li. E. McRoberts.Lancaster
Everjtlni new aiii Jesiralile ii
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
COME AND SEKUS.
Miss Sallie Tillett.
W. H. LACKEY
Successor to Lackey & Gulley.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO ?
! THAVEUNG MEN
EXPERIENCE 1 kaul murine
Aarnnn aendtmr iketrh and d?crintlon mar
qnlcklr ascertain onr opinion free whether an
Invention Is probably patentable. Communica
tions strictly conadentlaL Handbook on Patents
seatVree. Oldest acency for seenrinjr patents.
Patents taken through Mann A Co. receive
special notice, without chance, in the
A 'handsomely illustrated weekly. 1-arjceit dr.
alatlon of any scientlflo journal. Terms. S3 a
year 'four months, 11. gold by ail newsdealers.
Jr.o. li.Stout. J?
y S. BEA2LLEY,
Teeth filled ami extracted v.ith
cat pain. Crown and P.rlilrn
Wort a special. y. Oltice over J. R. Iluseldeu'a
hardware store, nest to Court House, Lancas
(IfflZfflS NATIONAL BANK,
U OF LANCASTER. FT.
Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed
J. M. HiaaiVBOTHAM President
LKWI3 Y. Lkavkll Vico-Prealdeitt
B. F. Hudson Cashier
W. O. Kiosky Assistant Cash'r
U.D. Yt ALICE B B00i
Morgan Denmark i a bay stallion. 1C hands
hfih. lie is splendidly l.rtd, m n glance nt hit
pedigree will show. He will wafce the prer-eut
sea.-on of 1VJS at o$r stable, on the new Lan
Laneastcr pike, 5 miles from Danville,
At $5.00 to Insure a Living Colt.
Care takan to prevent accidents, but not re
sponsible should ay ocenr.
Lien retained on colu for the season money.
Mares traded before fact Is ascertained makes
season money due.
Morgan Denmark was foaled In 1SS9. He is
by On Time, son of Stonewall Jackson; 1st dam
Lady Morgajuby Stonewall Jackson ; 2nd dam
by Virgfhin?; 3rd dam by Matchless: -tth dam
Morgan Denmark is one of the best bred sad-
Ldle stallions in Kentucky. Has good mane and
tail, and good. Iong.Tangy neck. Pou't fail to
see him Will also stand ONK GOOD MULK
JACK at j.OO to insnre.
ItAXC ASTER, KY.
A. R.Disnt. President.
Jso. E. Stormks. Vice President.
W . H. Kinhaibd, Cashier.
8. C. DSNKT, J. F. ROB7M80K. JB,
Assistant Cash'r. Book-keeper
S. T. Exbkt- Ass't Book-keeper.
8am'!. D.Cochran, J as Spllman,
Alex. S. Deany. A. C. Robinson.
W. R. Cook. L. DiTldaoB,