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baa demonstrated ten thousand
times that .It is almost infallible
Irregularities and derangements.
It has become the leading remedy
for this class of troubles. It exerts
n wonderfully healing, strengthen
ing and soothing influence upon
tho menstrual organs. It cures
whites" and falling of tho womb.
It stops flooding and relieves sup-
Louisville and Nashville Railroad Co. Will
llcstore Cne.llalf of the Cut Made
in the Employes' Salaries.
pressed and painful menstruation,
tor Change of Life it is the best
medicine made. It is beneficial
during pregnancy, and helps to
bring children into homes barren
for years. It invigorates, stimu
lates, strengthens the whole sys
tem. This great remedy is offered
to all afflicted women. Why will
anv woman suffer another minute
wifh certain relief within reach t
Wine of Cardui only costs $1.00 per
bottle at your drug store.
For adclce. in cares requiring tpeetal direc
tions, address, plrinj siiriptnms, the "Ladies'
AdvUnry Department ," The Chattanooga iled
iclnt Co., Chatthnooja, Ten.ru
Rev. I. W. SMITH. Camden. S. C. sari:
"My wile used Wine ol Cardui at home
for falling of the womb and It entirely
Extracts from the Xexv Revenue Lair
going into eUcct.Tuly 1st, 1898.
Hank check, draft, or certificate of
deposit not drawing interest, or order
for the payment of any sum of money
drawn upon or issued hy any bank,
trust company, or any person or per
sons, companies, or corporations at
Bight or on demand, two cents. Bills
of exchange (inland), draft certificate
of deposit drawing" interest or order
for the payment of any sum of money,
otherwise than at sight or on demand.
or any promissory note except bank
notes issued for circulation, and for
each renewal of the same, for a sum
not exceeding- one hundred dollars,
two cents; and for each additional one
hundred dollars or fractional part
thereof in excess of one hundred dol
lars, two cents.
If drawn in sets of two or more: For
every bill of each set, where the sum
made payable shall not exceed one
hundred dollars, or the equivalent
thereof, in any foreign currency in
which such bill may be expressed, ac
cording to the standard of value fixed
by the Uuited States, two cents; and
for each one hundred dollars or frac
tional part thereof in excess of one
hundred dollars, two cents.
CALL FOR MASS CONVENTION
To Select Delegates to Congressional
In obedience to the order of the ex
ecutive committee, I hereby call
mass convention of the democrats of
(Jarrard to assemble at the court-house
in Lancaster at 2 p. m., standard time
Natur.iay, July Oth to select delegates
to a district convention to be held at
Danville, July 12th, which will nomi
nate a candidate for Congress in the
8th district. The basis of representa
tion will be one delegate for every 103
votes and a delegate for every frac
tion over 50 votes for the leading den
ocratic elector in the last National
1 he said executive committee fixed
this qualification for voters: All per
sons who voted for the Bryan electors
at the last National election, and who
are qualified voters at the time of the
mass conventions herein provided for
arc held, or will be such at the next
succeeding election: all democratic
youths who will be eligible to vote at
such election, as well as such other per
sons of democratic faith who by their
participrtion in such miss conventions
herein named and who shall tharebv
claim themselves obligated to support
the nominee of the district convention
shall be entitled to participate.
Geo. T. Farris, Chm'n.
Our Courier-Journal offer is bring
ing in many subscribers. Bead it
Queen & Crescent Loir Rates.
5S Annual Convention Kentucky
Christian Missionary Convention, ML
Sterling, TCv. June 20-25, 1898. Annual
Session, -L O. G. S. and D. of S., Keene,
Ky. June 26-33 1898. District Confer
ence, M. E Church, Louisville, Ky,
July 5-10, 1898.
"The First Fierht on Cuban Soil.'
sines the beginning of our war wtth
Spain, will be described in the July
McClurc's by Mr. Stephen Bonsai, who
was himself an eye-witness of the fight
Mr. Bonsai also took the photographs
from which his article is to be illut
Away Flew tho Woodcock.
I have the best and cheapest line of
Mid-summer wear ever brought to
this city. Beady-to-wear coats at 50c
and SI; Black Alpaca coats at $2, and
genuine Crash suit at 83 50. Tailor
made, Kentucky home-spun tow linen
at 8 per suit. Thegoods will launder
perfectly. M. D. Hughes, Agt
For the speedy and permanent care of
tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham
berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is
without an equal. It relieves the itch
ing and smarting almost instantlr and
its continued use effects a permanent
cure, it also cures itch, barber s Itch
scald head, sore nipples ,' itchinsr piles
chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and
, Dr. CaijH CmsIUm Fswsert for
horses are the best tonic, blood purifier
and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Sold by
B. J McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster
STATE NEWS PICKUPS.
HALF HOUR'S WORK.
Louisville, Kj'., June 22. The Com
mercial Wednesday sa-s: Beginning
July 1 the Louisville & Nashville ra'l
road Co. will restore to its employes
one-half of the cut made in their salar
ies on August 1, 1893. the panie year.
This announcement will bring joy to
the hearts of the many thousands of
women and men who draw money for
services from the L. & N. It has
also been decided that no dividend
on the corrjfany's stoek will be de
clared, the management preferring to
give its army of einploj-es the benefit
of increased earnings. With a contin
ued improvement of business, however,
the company will be in a position next
year to declare dividends and also ad
vance wages to the extent of the re
maining portion of the cut. It is esti
mated that the restoration of one-half
the cut made in salaries will cost the
company fully S50D.000.
The Gerrymander Invalid.
FiUnkfout, Ky., June 22. The
court of appeals, in a decision Tues
day, holds the Third appellate-district
gerrymander act invalid. The opinion
is by Judge Guffy, and says that the
act is in conflict with section 100,
which provides that judicial circuits
may be rcdistricted only every six
years. Suit testing the validity of the
act was brought by Hon. C W. Lester,
of Whiteley county, who, it is prac
tically certain, will be the republican
nominee in that district.
Kcro C.il-b J.ln's, the As:iiliut of
I. ttle Ciri, Taken Kroiu .lull t
(jiufcgoiv, ami llaiigril.
Glasoow. Ky.. June 17. At 1 o'clock
Thursday morning 50 men rode into
Glasgow, proceeded to the jail, lorced
on entrance by overpowering Jailer
Carter, and taking Caleb Gaines, IS,
the Negro assailant of little Hthol Al
en, white, from his cell, drugged him
out mid lynched him in the public
The men, some of whom were mask
ed, had the assistance of a trusty in the
jail, who opened the cell doors for
them. The mob had previously taken
Jailer Carter's keys from him at the
rear door of the jail.
A i ope scon encircled Gaines' neck,
and screaming, praying and struggling
by turn, he was hauled along to the
Tho entire proceeding from the en
trance .f the mob to the accomplish
ment of its design, was but. the work
of half an hour.
Before having town the mob 11 red
sewral hundred shots with the threat
that if anybody should cut the boy's
body down before 12 o'clock uooii he
would meet with rough treatment
Savors of Mystery
Louisvillk, Ky., J une 2y-The body
of an unknown man was found on
the river bank at the foot of Market
street Tuesday morning. While the
body was evidently placed there to
give the impretsien that it had been
cast up by the waves, there was
nothing to indicate that it had been in
the water. The man had been dead a
week, and his body was so decomposed
that it is impossible to say whether he
met death by foul means or from
United by Children.
Hopkinsvillk, Ky.,"June 22. At the
residence of Dr. M. S. Merri wether J.
Wheeler Cayce, a wealthy planter, and
his divorced wife were remarried.
Last Maroh they bad a suit in the cir
cuit court for the po&s-.ssion ol their
children, which were left In tho moth-
r's custody, but their father was per
mitted to visit them. Out of these vis
its grew the reconciliation of the par
ents and the reinarriage.
Safety l'in in the Stomach.
Louisville, Kj-., June 22. The 11-
months-old child of J. C. Allen swal
lowed an open safety pin several days
ago. It was found impossible to ex
tricate it, and as the child was in dan
ger of choking to death the mother
pushed the pin down its throat De
velopments are now being awaited.
In a similar -case recently the child
died six months after.
It!- Fire in Louisville.
Louisvile, Ky., June 22. A fire
which broke put at the corner of Third
and Main Wednesday morning may do
great damage. Whole fire department
called out The board of trade build
ing in which is situated the Western
Union will be in danger unless the fire
is prevented from spreading. The
scene of the fire is in the wholesale
To Mobilize the Fourth Reglmrnt.
Filvxkfort, Ky., June 22. Gov.
Bradley received orders from Washing
ton TuesdTay afternon to mobilize the
Kentucky Fourth regiment as early as
possible. The governor has tele
graphed officers of the. new companies
asking them to have their troops
at the Lexington rendezvous speedily
Another Killing Reported.
Louisville, Ky., June 22. Word has
been received here that another mem
ber of the Baker faction was killed
Tuesday in the Baker-Howard feud, at
Manchester, Clay county. The feud is
said to have broken out afresh.
IIoricixsviLLE, Ky., June 22. Charles
Wells and Miss Elnora Marquess elop
ed from Hopkins county Monday night,
and were married at the courthouse by
Largest Funeral in Many Years.
SojrEusnT, Ky., June 22. The funeral
of A. J. Catron, jailer of tlis county,
was held here Tuesday, and was the
largest witn.ssed here in many years.
The Fourth Wisconsin.
Madison, Wis., June 22. Gov. Sec
field has issued orders for the Fourth
Wisconsin regiment of infantry and
Battary A to mobilize at Camp Doug
las next Monday. This is Wisconsin's
quota under the second call for vol
unteers. The present strength of these
13 companies is 1,320, and of the bat
Purchased by the Government.
New Yoke, June 23. The Spanish
prize steamship Panama, which was
captured by the lighthouse tender
Mangrove off Havana on April 35, was
sold at auction Tuesday, and was pur
chased by the government for $41,000.
In the 500 mile homing race from
Virginia, I1L, to Wheeling, J. E. Dunn's
coop was the winner, his birds arriv
ing first and second out of nine com
f.tilonj. E. C. Blanks, of Lewisville, Tezsr,
writes that one box of De Witt's Witch
Hazel Silve was worth $50,000 to him.
It cured his piles of ten years stand
ing. He advises others to try it It
also cares ccwnn, skin diseases end
obstinate sores. Stormes Drug Store.
Sritixtii-Mi.i.ii, Ky., June -0. Lewis
Gamier, living on Thompson's creek.
Washington county, has a jug of
liquor Ut! years old. Nearly a century
ago hi.-, gicatgrandfathcr tilled the jug
for Jii.s baby daughter's wedding day.
She grew to wriniinhood, but a week
before her wedding day she died of a
snakebite. The jug passed on down
the family line. Gamier will break his
jug's seal at the marriage of his
daughter next fc-eptember.
New Kentucky I'ost meters.
Washington, .lune 18. Tho follow
ing Kentucky postmasters were ap
pointed Friday: Christianburg, Shelby
couuty. Oscar V. Fry; Denny, Wayne
county, Iteuben M. Denneyj Envy, Ma
gofliin county, Sherman Lyons;
Hutchison, Bourbon county, Milton R.
Jacob-; Miuorsville, Jcott county,
Chas. T. Johnson; Skinnersburg, Scott
count-, Andrew J. Brumbcck, Spruce-
burg, Whitely county, Win. B. Sears.
Richmond, Ky., June 18. Valley
view, this county, was visited by a
cloudburst Thursday night W. T.
Curtslnfior's bowse, on Tottier'a creek,
was wo&hcd away, with ail its con
tents. Part of John Vandcrpool's
house was wrecked. Tho B-, N., I &
K. track was submerged and trains
delayed. No fatalities have been re
Judge Iluckley to Ite a Captain.
Louisville. Ky., June 21. Judge
Bcuben Buckley received a letter Mon
day from Congressman Walter Evans
assuring him that his appointment as
captain in the Sth infantry will be
sent to the senate this week, along
with that of Charles Ogden. He also
received instructions about raising
the company from Col. Huggins at Ft
Judgments Against a Itrldge Company.
IIesdeksox, Ky., June 20. Throe
judgments, amounting to more than
18,000, were rendered by the circuit
court in the franchise tax cases of this
city against the Henderson Bridge Co.
There were three suits and the amounts
and years are as follows: For 1S93, S7,-
140; for' 1894, 53,955; and for 1S95, $702,
Farmer's Sudden Death.
Georgetown, Ky., June 20. Fred
Echweckart, a well known farmer of
this county, dropped dead at Mud Lick
Springy where he had gone for his
health. He moved here from Mason
county some years ago. He i
years of age.
Ni w Lonlsvllle Library.
Louisville, Ky., June 20. The Poly
technic library has sanctioned the pur
chase of a piece of land in the heart of
the city for $25,000, and has ordered
plans for a modern fire-proof library
building which will cost between $75,
000 and $100,000.
Convention Favored Fltzpatriek.
Paintsville, Ky., Juno 18. The
democratic precinct convention of this
county met Friday and practically in
dorsed Hon. T. Y. Fitzpatrick, tho
present incumbent, as candidate for
congress to be acted on by the district
Cut nil Throat.
OwENsnono, Ky., June 20. George
W. Mathis committed suicide at his
tesidencc in this city by cutting his
throat from ear to ear with a razor.
He was over GO years old and had been
engaged in business as a photographer
here for over SO years.
Some Damage In Franklin.
Fbankfort, Ky., June 20. The
drought in this section- was broken by
a heavy rainfall, which began at 7:30
o'clock and continued for several
hours. The farmers in this section
arc planting tobacco. Some damage
was done to the lower section of the
City By the severe rain.
Kew Postmaster at Somerset, Ky,
Washington, June 21. The presv
dent Monday nominated Henry C.
Trimble as postmaster at Somerset
Required Recruits Secured
Barboubsville, Ky., June 18.
Lieut Tinsley, of Troop A, Kentucky
cavalry, who was ordered here as re
cruiting officer for that company, has
mustered in the number deisred and
will leave for Chickamauga Sunday.
Good Tobacco Season.
Owenton, Ky., June 30. The long
droughtfbero was broken by a general
rain which continued throughout the
day. . It made a splendid tobacco sex
ton, and it is safe to say that the j
tire crop has been set,
Knit ncUy IJy No Means the I.at. j
Frankfurt, Ky., June 21. Gov.
Bradley does not relish reports that
Kentucky has been the last state to
et her troops into the field. lie said
Monday Georgia, Tennessee and sever-;
I other states were behind Kentucky j
this matter. lha state
authorities expected to receive
rders from Washington Tuesday to'
mobilize the regiment which has been
allowed to Kentuekj under the second i
all. Lexington will again b used as
rendezvous station. First Lieut '
lohn W. Davis, of the Vanceburg com- j
pany, now at Lnicuamauga, nas re-.
tied on account of failing health,
nd will take his old position as state
apitol guard. i
Illood rotsonlng Frmii Fly Il'.tes.
Louisville, Ky., June 21. The phy-'
iicians of the city hospital are puz
sled over a peculiar case of blood pois-,
aning. Frank Collins, the laundry
man of the institution, was bitten on
the hand a few days ago by a common
house Qy while in the dead room. Col-(
lins felt the sting and brushed the in
sect off. In a few minutes the hand
began to swell. It was soon twice its
normal size, and the swelling commu- (
licated to the arm. The hospital phy-
icians at once began treatment, but
the patient is not yet out of danger.
Fhey all agreed that the fly collected
poisonious matter in the "dead" room,
ivhich was transmitted to the victim's'
Victory fur the Sheriff.
Frankfort, Ky., June 18. The court
of appeals rendered a decision, in the
ase of the Western Union Telegraph'
Jo. against Auditor btone, uoicwng
that corporations which pay taxes on
both franchises and tangible property
lo not pay both directly into the state
treasury. The taxes on tangible prop-
rty are payable to sheriffs.
Ketttuckj'it Fourth Keglment. 1
Lexington, K3'., June 20. The mob
lization of Kentucky's Fourth volun
teer rcgimenj.' will begin in this city
the last of this week- All the com
panies will come from towns in the
asteru part of the state. Congress
man David G. Colson, of Middlcsboro,
will be the colonel and is here prepar-t
Kentucky Tobacco l'rospects.
Lexington, Kj-., June 18. Horace
Means, of Louisville, who travels over
central Kentucky buj'ing tobacco, re
ports that the crop is mostly set out
and that the plants are in good shape.
W. B. Hawkins disposed of 18,000
pounds this week at 13 cents. There
has not been the usual acreage set
Army Flaces for Kentucky Men.
Washington, June 21. In list of
second lieutenant appointments given
out by Adjt. Gen. Corbin are the fol
lowing for Kentucky: John K. Proc
tor, jr., Benjamin II. Watkins, gradu
ate Williamsburg academy, of Ken
tucky, and J. T. Geary; honor graduate
Agricultural and Mechanical college.
Powers a Hustler.
Lexington, Kj-., June 18. Adjt
Powers, recruiting ofiieer for the Sec
ond battalion of the Second Kentucky
regiment, sent 00 men whom he has
mustered in since Monday to Chicka
mauga Friday night. He has enlisted
more men than any recruiting officer
in the state.
Corporations Fined SlOO Each.
HoPKiNSViLLE, Ky., June 18. The
Crescent Mills Co., the Planter's bank,
the Mammoth Clothing Co. and the
Pembroke Deposit bank, indicted for
failureto register with the secretary
of state, confessed Judgment and were
fined SlOO each.
Troops Will Guard Hob Blanks.
Pauucaii, Ky., June 21. The trial
of Bob Blanks, the rapist, now in jail
at Louisville, was .Monday mormnr
set for July 5, at Mayfield, Ky. He
will be guarded by state soldiers from
f)1 Hf amaNUBIAN TEA cnrcs Pvspcp
fllllllvl v sia, Constipation and Indi
gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts,
The following is a list of unrecorded
deeds remaining in the Garrard'Clerks
office this 20th day of June, 1898:
D D Anderson and wife to W. P. Di-
Minerva Adams' heirs to Sallie Will
Henry Anderson, &c, to Robt Rice.
J M Anderson heirs by R A Burnside,
Com'r, to Mattie Anderson.
J M Anderson hrs by R A Burnside,
Com'r to Lida Smith.
J M Anderson hrs by R A Burnside,
Com'r, to Nannie Anderson.
Robt L Anderson to Sidney Faulkner.
John W Adams and wife to Wm Mc
F Adams and wife to George Hardin.
John Adams to James Mullins.
Minerva Adams to Sallie R Williams.
Thos Adams by Com'r, to Kittie .Per
James Arnold to Maria Pollard. "
Best Mary A to Ida M Best.
Bank Nat'l Lancaster, Ky, to Leoni-
dus K Maret
Baughman J T adm'r of Harry Smith
to Alex Cochran.
Baxter Dillard &c to Frederic Watts.
Burdett S L Ex'r &c to Ben Lackey.
W O Iral-ey &c to J as M Morgan.
Keen Beazley &c to John Beazley.
S I Bourne &c to Ambrose Bourne.
Best Ebin hrs to Ebin Best's hrs.
Bourne J B to John F nann.
Baker Abner hrs to I N Gastineau.
Bourne John C &c to Chas and George
Barclay hrs to Wyley.
Burdett H A to Tessa Burdett & others
Beazley Keen to H P Watts.
Babcock A W to GeorgeCollier.
Baker F Aand others to Chas Baker.
Carter-J E and wife to Elias Smith.
Coy F M hrs to Marion Coy. ' ,
Cooley Nancy Hrs to Robt Ross.
- Sam to Will D Boas,
t Ssme to Joseph Rodger
Same lo Walker A Hannah Moore.
Same to James Ross. .
Same to Lizzie Tankerslcy& others
Cooper Sam to Jeff Dunn.
Cloyd David and wife to Thompson
Collier Morton &c to J K Spratt
Current I D &c to R C Hamilton.
Denny George to B F Metcalf.
Dunn Jas and Erasmus hrs to Ruth
Dunn Ruth Ann &eby Com'r to E Dunn
Same to James Dunn.
Duncan Wm and Chas to Berry A Dun
Davis Wm hrs by Cm'r to Freeman
Same to Denny Davis
Same to Sallie Walker.
Same to Rebecca Lowry.
Same to Patsy Ann Parker.
Dunn W D and wi.'e to C A Robinson.
Floyd Alex by Com'r to Jno C Boner.
Grimes Margaret Trustee &s by Com'r
to Margaret V Grimes.
Gill Tolvin to Francis Gill.
Gill John S by Com'r to Levi Long.
Hamilton J I to Jonas Marsec.
Hayncs & Co to C W Coyle and Gates.
Herndon Wm to W S Walker.
Hamilton Isham hrs by Com'r to Emi
ly Curd's hrs.
Sjnie to Ike Hamilton.
Same to II C Hamilton's hrs.
Huffman Joseph and others to Mary
Huffman W J to II B Ray.
Hudson Thos D to C M Ruble.
Uammack Sarah E to Ned Lawson.
Herring T I to Isaac B.iughman.
Same to Elisha Dunn.
Same to John Beazley.
Hudson Thos E by Com'r to J S Hud
Same to J Scott Hudson.
Higginbothara Geo dec hrs to Mary R
Hill 0 P to B M Burdett
Hicks Geo W to Buena Vista and Ky.
R T P R Co.
Hurt John Sr &c to J W Baker.
Johnson J S &c to T B Kemper.
Lancaster Cemetery Co to Jno R Faris.
Same to L Brown.
Same to Wm Green.
Same to Wm Pope,
Same to James Rogers.
Same to W G Jones.
Lee n D to Allen L Aldridge.
Layton Alex to J M Saunders.
Lawson Wm to Jack Denny.
Lawson James hrs to Salem W Gillis-
Layton Jas and Mahala hrs to Clara
Lawson Wm L to Edy Faulkner.
Lear Elijah to Elias Leavell.
Lanes Henry's hrs to Henry Lanes hrs
Lear's E Ex'r to Wm T Watson.
Lewis T L to Orpha Ruble.
Morehead Wint to Buck Dann.
Montgomery F W to Jas Middleton.
Miller T S to Victor Lear.
Murphy James hrs to Brazilla Ray.
McQuerry Thos hrs to Wm McQuerry'a
Same to Ai thur McQuerry.
Same to Jas McQuerry.
Same to John II McQuerry.
Merritt Wade Lee and Joe Hell en by
Com'r to John W Smith.
Miller N D &c to J M and J A J,ave
Mays Matilda hrs by Com'r to James
Miller II C to W O Rigney.
Mitchell to Isham Hood.
Meredith Joseph by Com'r to W E An
Mock H C to Trustees School District
Newland, Daniel S to Jas Hunt
Naylor Geo &c by Com'r to Trustees
Owens, Henry and wife to Nellie and
Sallie Simpson and Henry Owens.
Perkins, Lucius K to Rebecca Perkins.
Phillips, L T to L II Phillips.
Perkins Lucius K to Thos Collett
Perkins O B to W McC Johnson.
Perkins Kitty to Thos Adams.
Prewitt Jas R to S G Estes.
Prewitt Nathaniel to Jno H Prewitt
Pollard E S to George Allen.
Pritchett Wm D to Jno D Pritchett
Prewitt Wm Tunsall by Com'r to Jno
Preston Milton's hrs to Gabriel Pres
Renfro, Aaron to S W Holcomb.
Royston Jas A to Mattie Yantis.
Rigsby Mary E to Sol C Rigsby.
Ross D G hrs by Cjm'r to Jas L Riss.t
Robinson, John hrs to Jas Dunn and
Royston George to Dillard Baxter.
Sutton, Walter to Jas Austin.
Scott Eiisha to Logan Scott
Stewart Roy to George White.
Same toZack Stewart
Spratt John to Thos R Brent
Singleton Wm to Wm E Anderson.
Sagaser J II to John Preston.
Sutton Wm to Poor Ridge and Sugar
Creek T P R Co.
Schooler George to John Maret
Spoonamore, Sarah A &c to Buena
Vista Ky. River T P Co.
Stewart Zack by Com'r to J G Burn
Scott Jas A by Com' to Anna Sott,
Same to Kate Scott
Same to Susan Miller.
Same to Jentie Scott
Saunders J M to Rice Logan.
Sagaser and others by Com'r to J T
Tomlinson, R E to S T Leavell.
Temple King to Elijah Hunt
Turner J P to John A Dean.
Tudor John B to Thos E Hudson.
Tinsley, Jerome H toP R&STPR
Wheeler, Jas hrs by Com'r to Benja
Same to Marion Coy.
Same to Donaldson Jones and others
Same to James Wheeler Jr.
Walker E M to J W Hendrickson.
Woner J H to Martha A BalL
Walker E H to Ann Mullins.
Same to Sam'l Slsvin (col)
Same to William Perkins.
Walker E M to Jas Wallace.
White Jas to George White.
West Richard and others to H B Ray.
Yearley; S P by Com'r to Wright Kelly
Yantis.Jas L to School District No 17.
Same to School District No 17.
' J. M. Duxcas, Clerk.
Garrard Coarity Court,
If it's worth Printing1
Will Print It
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man or cnild -who can read will want to read it.
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Dr. II. P. Cox, Hnrrodsburg, Ky 25.50
K. F. Johnson, Baltimore. Md 21.50
Dr. W E Bannister, Lexington, Ky 250
Ross & Harrington, Falmouth, Ky 210
D B GoodLexington, Ky 2tJH
Dr A P Taylor, Lexington, Ky 230
M L Dowling, Burgin, Ky a0
John C Hedges, Lexington, Ky 23.50
E S Rarick, Nicholasville, Ky 22-Vj
J H Baker, Lexington, Ly 15.50
A J Taylor, Lexington, Ky 22.50
George Copeland. Lexington, Ky 22.0
Catherine Lang. Louisville, Ky ;.. 19.50
L U Mllward, Lexington. Ky 13.50
Miss Annie Knoble, Lexington, Ky 20.50
J M. St John Skaln, Lexington, Ky 17.50
C Y Freemon, Lexington Ky i'j.50
JM & John Skain, Lexington, Ky 17.50
A S Bowman, Lexington, Ky MM
Sarah Short, Sacramento, Cal 18.50
Mrs C N Evans, Cincinnati, O 16.50
Snsau Brown, Lexington, Ky 15.50
Joseph Zirnfelt, Louisxille, Ky 13.50
Mrs Mary Golden, Lexinglon, Ky 15.50
Lafon RIker, Harrodabnrg, Ky 15.50
V H Ford. Lexington, Ky u.10
W II Ford, Lexington. Ky ll.'-O
W II Ford, Lexington, Ky 14.50
U L Stevens, Lexington, Ky... ...., 11.50
F H Norton, Lexington, Ky .....i 11.50
B R Adkins, Lexinglon, Ky ZJJ0
E L Haum, Lexington, Ky H j0
Maggie Smith, Lexington, Ky 11.50
Mrs M G Hutchinson, Lexington, Ky 12 50
J D Purccll, Lexington, Ky 1Z50
J D Purcell, cLxington, Ky : .-: 12.50
R B Butler, Harrodsburg, Ky 11.50
Edward Woodford, N MIddletoo, Ky 10.50
Emll Ithardt, Nicholasville. Ky 10 50
Allen B Hawking, Lexington, Ky 8.50
M N Peacock, Georgetown, Ky 10.50
W L Richmond, Lexington, Ky 10.50
Ed Lally, Lexington, Ky 10.50
Dr. R. B. Cassedy, Le Grange, Ky 9.53
William Watson, Louisville, Ky 7.50
O S Williams, Burgin, Ky S.50
J C Thompson, Lancaster. Ky S.50
Kate 8 Brown, Lexington, Ky 9.50
Kate S Brown, Lexington, Ky 9.50
Kate S Brown, Lexington, Ky 9.59
Katie M Feeny, Lexington, Ky 9 50
George G Curl, Georgeton, Ky - 8.50
R T Collin. Georgetown, Ky 7.50
Harry McCarty, Nicholasvill. Ky , 7.50
McFerran Crow, Versailles, Ky 8.50
Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, 8.50
Shookum Gulch Pool. Lexington, Ky 8.50
Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington. Ky .. 8.50
8hookum Gulch Pool, Lexington. Ky S.50
Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky S.50
Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky 8.50
Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky 8 50
J C Thompson, Lancaster, Ky 8 JO
Miss Theo Hemphill, Lancaster, Ky 8.50
Milton Johnson, Maysville, Ky 8.50
John T Shelby, Lexington, Ky 8.50
John R Allen, Lexington, Ky , 6.50
John R Allen, Lexington, Ky 6.50
W W Quinn, Nicholasville, Ky 630
S V Fry. Lexington, Ky 6.50
Geo W Fitzgerland, Georgetown, Ky G.50
J H Baker, Levington, Ky J 6.50
J H Baker, Lexington, Kv 6.50
J H Baker, Lexington, Ky .. 6.50
Johnson St Nelson, Baltimore, Md 6.50
John Lowry, Newport News, Va 6,50
A. F. Campbell, Fortress Monroe, Va 6.50
Wm H Arringdale, Newport News, Va 630
D B Good, Lexington, Ky 46.50
White estate, Lexington, Ky r. 4630
Good & Co., Lexington, Ky 4630
A L Marshall Lexington, Ky 4230
Dr David Bennett, Lexington, Ky 4630
WD Finch, Danville, Ky 4530
W p Finch, Danville, Ky 4533
A L Marshall, Lexington, Ky 43.50
Lulle Bible, Louisville, Ky 4836
D B Good. Lexington, Ky : 4530
Johnson, Nelson, & Co., Lexington, Ky 443
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A. SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary
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