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LANCASTER, IfEXTUCKV .
!ONE YlAE, in ADVANCE.
BIX M0KTH6. "
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FRIDAY, June 24,
McOUE.VRY. Wc are authorized to announce
Hon. James B. McOrkirv, of Madison
county, a candidate for Congress In the
8th Congressional District, subject to the
action of the Democratic party.
THOMPSON We announce J. D. Thompson a
candidate for re-nomination by the Dem
ocratic party for Representative In Con
cress from this the 8th district.
NoTinxa of importance lias transpir
ed in the war situation since our last
issue, save the arrival of the American
soldiers off Santiago. It took the
i ransports exactly six days to make
the trip from Port Tampa, to Santiago.
They anchored twenty miles out at the
suggestion of Admiral Sampson, who
wanted, if possible, to keep their arri
val unknown to tho Spaniards until
nil arrangements for landing had been
completed. Within fiteen minutes af
icr Admiral Sampson and Major Gen.
Miafter had met, they were on their
w.vy to Acer.-aderos, about twelve
miles west of Santiago, where they
landel and went a mile inland for a
cm Terence with Gen. Garcia. Gen'i
Snafter seems determined to lose no
t'.iue. He vetoed the naval plan which
calleJ lor further investigation of
landing places He opposed delay
and guided by Gen. Garcia's knowl
e :ge of the country formed his plans
for landing. He expects to have San
tiago at his mercy within a week. No
Spanish war ships were seen during
the voyage. More troops will be dis
patched to Santiago immediately, and,
judging from the manner in which our
ofliccrs are going at their work, they
mean to wage the war to the bitter
l!efore our readers receive another
copy of The Record many desperate
battles will have been fought Our
men know the dangers from fever and
the heat, consequently they will make
every shot count and fight like demons
in order to bring the war to a close
nnd get away from Cuba. The fore
going is the exact situation to date,
boiled down to fit our limited space.
The old 6aying "Too many oooks
spoil tbo broth" has been clearly borne
out in this war. The trouble with
getting our army in shape has all been
caused by having too many bosses
messing with aff lirs. Gen. Miles and
old figure-head Alger, secretary of
war, have been making faces at each
other for a week or so, anl matters
have bicn delayed in order to give
them a chance to spat at oneanother.
The army would have been all right
and had the war ended long ago had
it not been for a gang of figure heads
at Washington who wanted to "rubber-neck"
into every proposed move.
It would be a great blessing if some
fifty or a hundred "heads of depart
ments" could le dumped into the sea.
Gov. BitADLEYMonday issued a proc
lam at ion, and it is sincerely hoped
that the people of Kentucky will do
all in their power to comply with its
requests. The proclamation in full is
"To the People of Kentucky While
your brave sons are going and have
gone to the front, at the risk of health
and life, to defend the honor of the
Hag, avenge the murder of their
brethren and assist the down-trodden
and oppressed, it shoald not be forgot
ten that in 'many instances they have
left families behind them who need
and deserve your attention.
"It is suggested that organizations
oc lormea in eyery county of the state
for the purpose of looking after the
Jpved ones of the absent soldiers and
that immediate steps should be taken
in mis matter. v. u. ukadlev
The "League of American Wheel
men" was in session at Lexington this
week. The object of the "League" is
not stated in the lengthy reports pub
lished, but we presume its an organi
zation without which the peoule of
this country could not exist The
papers tell of how each rider "train
ed" for the races, the time he made.
etc Now this would not look out of
place if Uncle Sam was not sorely
need of the services of these strapping
fellows just at this time. Any man
who cm devote four to eight hours a
aay to "training ' lor a bicycle race
ought to be made to shoulder a musket
and go to the front
While the authorities are killing
time trying to figure out plans where
by they will be personally benefitted
politically, our brave boys have been
almost roasting alive on the big bat
tle ships in Cuban waters. The ships,
stripped for action, are nothing but
iron and steeL The baking sun, com
ing down as it does there, make them
a veritable helL If some of the pow
ers that be could be placed.in the po
sition of our sailors for awhile it would
bring about the jogging up which the
Washington government so badly
Members of th Louisville Legion
have their noses turned up at Govern
or Bradley because the latter had a
lot of old guns, etc., taken from their
armory and returned to Frankfort
The Legion is a good organization but
the citizens of Louisville have petted
the boys until they are very much
like a lot of spoiled children. As Un
cle Sara now has these fellows under
his control he will doubtless turn
them across his lap and spank out
some of their ten-year-old ideas.
Hoy. Jons S. Rhea has been renom
inated for congress in his district, and
it i tfrii he will have no opposition.
Wo do not care a blank whether he is
f.or free sUver, gold, woman's rights,
or what not, he's a fair, fequart. man
and will stand by his friends. John
Rhea is one of the very few politi
cians who will not lie to you. Ire's
our friend and we hope he will have
smooth sailing back into his seat in
nox. Dave Colsox will yet fjt to
wear colonel's straps and lead a regi
ment of Kentuckians. Gov. Bradley
has been notified that the fourth Ken
tucky regiment will be organized and
ordes for its mobilzatiou are expect
ed at any moment. The companies
are already organized and ready to
move immediately to Lexington and
be sworn in. They are all from east
At the close of this war Dave Col son
ought to keep his regiment in fighting
trim to use on John D. White. He has
knocked the old codger out with most
every other weapon, but the latter in
variably comes back. Probably a
standing regiment will keep the Crest
ed Jayhawker off Dave's poor bones.
Tiin count to date shows that every
town in the United States has a "boy"
with Dewey at Manila. If all these
stories were true there would be more
"boys" at Manila than could be placed
on the ship? of the entire American
Thkuk is enough display type in the
average daily paper's headliens to
set a jack bi'l for every mule in the
The Spanish gunners bhoot with
about the same accuracy with which
the Louisville base ball club bats.
Bad management keeps more people
in poor circumstance! than any other
one cause. To be successful one must
look ahead and plan ahead so that
when a favorable opportunity pre
sents itself he is ready to take ad van
tage of it A little forethought will
also save much expense and valuable
time. A prudent and careful man will
keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the
house, the shiftless fellow will wait
until necessity compels it and then
ruin his best horso going for a doctor
and have a big doctor bill to pay, bo
sides; one pays out 85 cents, the other
is out a hundred dollars and then won
ders why his neighbor is getting rich
er while he is getting poorer. For
sale by R. E. McRoberts. lm.
N. II. Bogle reports business fair.
11. P. Robinson bought of H. D. Al
dridge 23 lambs at 6c per lb They av
eraged 80 pounds.
Rev. T. H. Coleman, of Burgin, de
livered two excellent sermons at the
Fork Sunday, one at 11 a. m., the oth
er at 4 p. m.
N. IL Bogie and wife spent Sunday
with his sister, Mrs. B. F. Vanarsdall,
at Burgin. Mrs. 11. P. Leslie, of Mon
tana, and Miss Amanda Maupin, of
Shelbyville, left Wednesday for their
different homes. Rev. T. IL Coleman
and wife, of Burgin, visited, the fami
lies of Messrs. T. L Herring and T. T.
Pollard, Sunday and Monday. Mas
ters Joe Aldridge and Horace Denton,
of Brcdhead, were the guests of Thad
die Aldridge, last week. Mrs. Sallie
Fox and Miss Mary Brent attended
the ontest at Stanford Friday night,
and were the guests of Dr. O'Bannon
and family. Mrs. Sam Hughes and
children, accompanied by Miss Jennie
B. Powell, of Danville, are spending
several days with Mrs. N. H. Bogie.
Miss Margaret Wilkerson, of Louis
ville, is visiting her friend, Mrs. Wm
Anderson, at the home of the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Kemper. Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Chesnut, and Messrs.
J. A. Boner, of Danville, and J. T.
Chesnut, of Boyle, spent Sunday with
Mr. J. C Boner. Dr. and Mrs. Amon
and Miss Jennie Gulley, of MaCreary,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lear, Tues
day. Mrs. Katie Aldridge, of Lanczs
ter, is spending several weeks with
her son, H. D. Aldridge, and visiting
friends in this community. Mrs. M.
G. Aldridge and little daughter, Irene,
of Brodhead, visited friends here last
Mr. Johnipevins, editor of the Press.
Anthon, rbwa, says: "I have used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dl
arrhoea Remedy in my family for fif
teen years, have recommended it to
hundreds of others, and have never
known it to fail in a single instance
Forsalc by R. E. McRoberts lm
Most everybody finished setting to
bacco last week.
Elder B. F. Neal, of Winchester
filled his regular appointment at
Scott's Fork, Sunday.
Wheat is ripe, and harvest is in full
blast in this locality, it is thought to
be extra good this season.
W. IL Land and son, delivered their
lambs to Mr. Miles, of Nicholasville,
the latter part of last week, at 5 cents
Lemon Teater sold a nice cow to
Frank Bourne, last week, at $30. He
also bought another cow in this neigh
borhood at $8. 35 per hundred.
T. L. Saunders delivered his lambs
to B. F. Robinson last week at 5 cents
per pound, also sold him an extra
-yearling steer at 825,
Mrs. Millie Brown and Mrs. Alice
Ray, of Buckeye, were the guests of
Mrs. J. H. Raney. Cronley Broaddus
and wife, visited the family of T. L.
Saunders, last Sunday. Last week
Misses Stella and Minnie Broaddus, of
McCreary, and Norma Stone, were the
pleasant .guests of Miss Mattie Saun
ders. Mrs. Samuel Allen, of Lexing
ton, is visiting the family of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Allen.
0aama CUBAN RELIEF cures
flaHICrS Colic, Neural tU and Toothache
In Bvemlnutei. Sour Stomach
and Btuuaer Conpfauati. Price, 5 Cents.
PR- PAV1D LOGAN.
Gallant Soldier and Vcloveil Gentleman
Passes Peacefully Away.
Dr M. D. Logan died at his home
near JJ.mviiic, Jsaturuay morning
about five o'cloc'.t. Dr. Logan was
blessed with remarkably good health
through life, and it was not until
within the last year or two that he
.began to fa !. Several times during
the last three months his condition
was considered tj be dangerous, but
about two weeks ago he took a change
for the better. This only lasted a
short while and two da.ys before the
end came, he bran to sink rapidly.
lie was ailLcted with a complication
of diseases peculiar to men of his age.
Dr. Lojran was perhaps the most
widely-known man in Central Ken
tue'ey. He was born in Marion coun
ty, Ky., January 8, lS2i His father,
Beatty Logan, was of the pioneer fam
ilies. When a young man, he enlisted
in Col. McKee's regiment for the Mex
ican war, and served with distinction.
Later he read medicine under Dr. Huff-
man, at Stanford, graduated in 1850 at
the Jefferson Medical College, Phila
delphia. He immediately located in
Lancaster, where he practiced his pro
fession successfully until the breaking
out of the civil war. He entered the
Confederate army and was elected
Captain of company I, Forrest's Cav
alry, and was captured at Fort Donel
son. After he was exchanged he was
assigned to Morgan's command, being
the senior Captain in Gano's regiment
Dr. Logan w as captured in the famous
Ohio raid and remained along time at
Columbus, O., but was exchanged be
fore the close of the war.
It would be folly for this poor pen
to attempt a eulogy upon the life of
one so grand, so noble and so pure as
was Dr. Logan. His praises are sung
by the lips of every one, rich, poor,
saint, and sinner, who had the pleas
ure of his acquaintance. Holy Writ
tells us that none are without sin, but
if Uncle Dave had any corruption in
him, no one on this earth ever had
cause to know it He was a gentle
man of the truest type. He was one
of the yery few men who believed in,
and carried out doin? unto others as
you would nave others do unto you.
It is customary when a prominent
man dies to write a long obituary no
tice and recall his good deeds. In this
case it is not at all necessary to follow
this custom. Ihe people knew Dr.
Logan well, and nothing the most
gifted writer could pen, or the most
eloquent speaker utter could add one
iota to his pure, sweet life. His mem
ory will always be cherished. He was
one man against whom absolutely
nothing detrimental could be said. He
had a deep sympathy for ihe unfortu
nate, and an utter contempt for ras
cality. He was blessed with an abun
dance of this world's goods, but, unlike
the majority of rich men, was ever
ready and glad to relieve the wants and
necessities of those in need. His acts
of kindness were not proclaimed from
the housetops. His favors were be'
stowed in a quiet way. Dr. Logan did
not belong to any church, though he
lived a more Clirist-Jike life than
great majority of tlrbse whose names
are upon church rolls. In Dr. Green's
remarks at the grave he said that ten
or twelve years ago Dr. Logan wished
to make a public profession of his
faith in Christ, but was troubled by
certain doctrinal difficulties of which
his mind could not be relieved, but he
never lost his interest in the matter.
Recently he said to him that he had
made a mistake in allowing anything
to prevent his making such a confes
sion as would let all the world know
his true principles, nnd requested him
to state for the comfort of his friends
and as his last testimony to the truth
that for years he had been a believor
in Christ, that he died in that faith,
and that his dying regret was that he
had not, when in health, made this
The largest crowd ever assembled in
Danville on a similar occasion follow
ed the remains to the cemetery in that
city Sunday afternoon. The ceremo
nies were in charge of the Masonic fra
ternity, and Confederate soldiers. The
latter held a short ceremony, conduct
ed by Dr. Green. The Masonie frater
nity, about one hundred strong, then
formed an "oblong square" about the
grave and the beautiful service was
said by Mr. Henry G. Sandifer. The
choir of the Presbyterian church sang
several beautiful hymns, prayers were
offered by Revs. Lynch and Saunders,
and all that was mortal of Mathew
David Logan was laid beneath the
sol, there to rest until the arch angel's
trump shall usher in the Resurrection
morn. Peace to his ashes. L. L.
Eigbt District Vote In Convention.
The ten.counties in the Eight Con
gressional District will be allowed a
total delagation in the district conven
tion at Danville, July 12, of 155, 78 be
ing necessary for a choice. The rep
resentation has been apportioned ac
cording to the Democratic vote for W.
J. Bryan in 1890, allowing one vote for
each 100 votes and fraction of 100 over
50 as follows: Madison, 28; Shelby, 25
Mercer, 17; Lincoln, 16; Jessamine, 14
Anderson, IS; Boyle, 12; Garrard, 12
Spencer, 10; Rockcastle, 8; Total, 155
Dr. J. A- Amou aad bride have re
turned and taken rooms at A. F. Mo -
erley's, where they will live this year.
Their many friends wish them much
W. II. Lackey, of your city was the
gue3t of his sister, Mrs. D. Gulley,
Sunday. Misses Pearl Hill and Bettie
Arnold, of your city, and Bessie Ar
nold, of niatts ville, wcro visitors o.
Mrs. J. B. Sanders, last week. Miss
Irene Simpson, of Teatersvillc, spent
the latter part of last week with Miss
Jennie Hardin. Mrs. J. C. West and
Master Bailey, are visiting her par
ents, Dr. and Mrs. T. B. Lewis, in
Turnersville. Misses Nelle and Lillie
Ray, of Buckeye, were the guests of
the Misses Nave, Sunday. Mro. Mary
L. Anderson and Miss Mary Burnside,
of your city, visited friends here Sun
The Chelf Burgess of Milesburg, Pa.,
says De Witt's Little Early Risers are
the best pills he ever used in his fami
ly during forty years of house keeping.
lhey cure constipation, sick head
ache and stomach and liver troubles.
S.nall in size but great in results.
Stormes Drug Store. lm
Harvest on hand this week.
Corn is looking exceedingly well
James Adams has purchased the
farm of Thomas Moore, paying $25 per
Miss Carrie Durham was thrown
from her horse last Thursday, but not
Porter Dnnn was so unfortunate as
to lose his family horse last week. He
had a few days previous refused 130
There will be preaching at Orchard
Grove next Sunday afternoon at our
c'ciock. aunuav scuool at three.
promptly. Everybody should com?.
Mrs. James Thomas, of this neigh
borhood, visited relatives near Prach
ersville, last week. John Lane made
flying trip to this vicinity Sunday
Porter Dunn spent a few days with his
brother in Burgin, last week.
Mr. P. Ketcham of Pike City, CaL,
says: "During my brother s late sick
ness from sciatic rheumatism, Cham
berlain's Pain Balm was the only rem
edy that gave him any relief." Many
others have teatified-to the prompt re
lief from pain which this liniment af
fords. For sale by R. E. McRoberts.
Joseph Tankersley, who has been
sick quite a while, died Sunday 10th.
There was preaching at Good Hope
church Saturday and Sunday, by the
Protracted moeting will hi held at
Good Hope church, commencing the
third Sunday in July.
Miss Gertie Wood, of near Danville
is v'siting at Mr. Parkes'. Mrs. J. C.
Fox is visiting her father and mother.
in Pulaski county.
Mrs. W. H. Furr and two children,
Willie and Clemma, visited at G. W,
Spangler's, and attended "Children's
Day." which was quite a success, last
Mr. Fox came very near drowning
last Thursday evening. When the
hard rain came up he was caught
across the creek from his home, horse
Dactt, ne attempted to swim across,
but both were washed under the wa
tei-gate. They both got to the shore
Mr. J. B Parks reports what can be
done in the way of keeping cattle. He
has a farm of 210 acres and bought
calves and wintered them on grain and
roughness raised on the farm, also
grazed on the farm, besides his stock
cattle, horses, etc., and 25 head
grazji for other parties. He sold $200
worth of hay.
"I think DeWitt's Witch Hazal Salye
is the finest preparation on the market
for piles." So writes John C Dunn, of
Wheeling, W. Va. Try it and you will
think the sam3. It also cures eczema
and all skin diseases. Stormes Drug
Mr. John Upton is very sick at this
Thomas Norris has moved from this
vicinity to his father's at Bryantsville.
W. D. Scott is on the sick list, but
Perry Edgington, who left ten
months ago for Klondyke, returned
last Saturday. He has been at work
on a steamboat on the Yukoa river,
and has come for his wife and chil
dren. They will all leave in a short
Mrs. Leila Bettis and daughter, Al
tie, visited Mrs. Sarah Nelson the lat
ter part of last week. Mr. and Mrs.
Johnson Burk, were delighted at the
arrival of a little girl named Lelian
Dunn. Mrs. E. D. Lawson was in
your town Monday. John Roberts
of Jessamine, visited his uncle, W. D.
Scott, Su nday.
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Those who have Rheumatism find
themselves growing steadily worse all
the while. One reason of this is that
the remedies prescribed by the doctors
contain mercury and potash, which ul
timately intensify the disease by caus
ing the joints to swell and stiffen,
Sroducing a severe aclfingof the bones.
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for twenty years even the worst cases
which seemed almost incurable.
Capt. O. E. nuches. the popular railroad
conductor, of Columbia, S. C, had an experi
ence with Rheumatism whlea convinced him
that there is onlv one
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now I am as well as I tfi'i
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Everybody knows that Rheumatism
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only a blood remedy is the only proper
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Back in 185G. j
We were showa this week a poster
anr.ou u in a "nore ana Alu.e Dair"
to be held at Lincaster on July 10th
1850. A number of features are an
nounced, among them being Landam's
Cornet Ban I. Among the name s as
director.', etc., are R. W. Dunl .p,
Boyle county; A. F. Denny, T. K. Sal
ter, Z. Elkin, Col. Hall Anderson, Dr.
F. Duncan, A. A. Beazley, A. (1.
Herndon, G. J. Salter, Garrett E.kin,
and others of Garrard; Robt Logan,
Boyle county; Wm. Williams O. P.
Beard, Madison; Dr. A. Huffman,
Frank Gentry, Peyton Eaibiy, John
Huffman, Lincoln. Each premium
offered was a silver cup valued at
from S10 to S'25.
The following lines were composed
by H.L., the twtlve-year-old son of Rev
W. M. Kuykendall, pastor of tho Fork
Yon may talk of brave commanders,
And the wonderful deeds performed.
Bat the greatest feat of the century
Was accomplished by Hobson.
With seven brave men be entered
The narrow passage between the fleets;
And 'twas here In the face of the Spanish gnns
He performed his wonderful feat.
After blowing up the old Merimac
To" impede the enemies flight,
Into the ocean wild he plunged
Amid the silent shades of night.
Seeing that to escape was impossible
lie swam to the enimies shore,
Here he was taken as prisoner of war
Perhaps bis country see nevermore.
Long may you live brave Hobson.
You and your brave men too.
For in reading the accounts of brave men
We read of no more brave men than you.
May your name go down in history
As one who is loyal and true;
One who did for his country
What perhaps none other would do.
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Jno. E. Stobxes. Vice President.
Wm. H. Kinnaibd, Cuhler.
K. T. Embbt
J. F. Bobinson. Jb,
Sam'l. D.Cochran, Jas Spllman,
Alex. B. Denny. A. C. Robinson.
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please call and settle with L. F. Babble aad
greatly oblige me.
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