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A New Line of wrii Sons at falls A 12. W. Liikml. .Jno. U. .tout. VEBY WEEK -BY. I,OUIS I,AXDRA3, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. S STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST. Lillard, & Szovlz, 1 Ill 5 One Yfab, in advanck l.00 Six Months. " M Tbbkk " " -25 FRIDAY, February, 18, 1898. If the quality of V.lls being intro duced in the legislature grows much worse, we will hire some big stout man to take us out behind the wood shed and administer a sound kicking for the words of praise we utterel to ward that body along in the begin ning of the session. One of the re cent rediculous bills introduced pro vides that the County Judge of each county shall fix the hotel, boarding house and restaurant rates for their county. It provides that the maximum rate for first-class hotels shall not ex ceed 1.59 per day; boarding-houses fifty cents per day and restaurants twenty-five cents per meal. "The bc?s and bedding shall be kept clean and neat, and as plentiful as the weather demands " The bills of fare and rates shall be posted in the cilice of the County Clerk. If this becomes a law, the next thing in order will hz a law betting forth what a man must eat, how many "chaws"' to take on each bit?, and the length of time he shall sit at the table. Its hard to under stand why a body ot men containing so man3' bright members will tolerate this nonsense. If such silly things are indulged in much longer the ses feion will end, like nearly all previous ones, without accomplishing anything for the good of the commonwealth. Sexoii Exkiouk Dkputv De LOMEf the Spanish minister to the UniteJ States, kicked up quite a commotion in Washington by writing a letter to a Spanish oflicial severely reflecting on the character of President McKinley, saying, among other things: "It shows once more what McKinley is: weak and catering to the rabble, and, be sides, a low politician, who desires to leave a door open to me and to stand well with the jingoes of his party." Having been detected in giving his impressions of the president, which were not complimentary, he took the shortest horn of the dilemma and cabled his resignation to the Madrid government. It was none too soon, for the very next cable flashed the re quest for his recall. The resignation was accepted and De Lome is a thing of the past, officially. lie is the con temptible dago who once before se verely criticised America, her women, her industries etc., and Uncle Sam should have set the toe of his big boot tinder De Loses coat tail as soon as he landed on American soil. The long and stubborn fight forsur veyorship of the Louisville port has been ended by the appointment of C M. Harnett, of Ohio County. A major ity of those familiar with the strug gle believed to the last moment that the Lancaster man, Col. Dan. Collier, would win and much surprise was man ifested when Burnett's name was sent in. Col. Collier, so the dispatches say, had the best endorsements of any ap plicant, and his friends labored faith fully for him. but Djboe, the republi can senator, demanded Barnett and the president listened to him. The turning down of CoL Collier goes to further show the uncertainty of pol itics. We believe the majority of re publicans in the state wanted Collier, but the peoples' wishes cut no ice these days, nor have their desires had any weight with the powers-that-be for some years. A man might take a petition to Washington signed by every man, woman and child in Kentucky and one little sap-headed senator or congressman cou!d knock the appli cant into a cocked hat. The plain people are very dear creatures about election time but, it over, they can go to Halifiax with their requests. "Who would have ever thought that the republican party would turn down the old soldier," remarked Congress man Jerry Simpson at Washington the other day, "and yet that is what they have done in this Congress, lime was when the Republicans could not do enough for the veteran, but now it seems that time is past Do you know the ciuse for this sudden change?'' Yes. A ten-year-old boy could an swer that The old soldier stands no show at the hands of this congress s'mply because it is composed of a lot of m;n who were either too blanked big cowards to enlist and fight for which ever side they thought to be right, or were at the time too little to remember anything about it A friend ship exists between all old soldiers, no matter if they were on opposite sides, and the mean things done and said to ward them invariably come from peo ple who took no hand in the late un pleasantness at all. Gex. Dudley, who is counsel for Dr. Vf. Godfrey Hunter in the contest .ajainst John S. Rhea, has let it be known that Dr. Hunter is willing to drop the case, though a Washington special says it is possible that the com mittee will try the case and declare Mr. Rhea's seat vacant if the evidence is suBcient A long-suffering public hoped that Hunter would be heard of no more for a while, at least Four weeks from last Wednesday, the legislature will have run its course. If the members expect to do anything it is high time they were about it A thrill of terror is experienced when a brassy cough of croup sounds through the house at night But the terror soon changes to relief after One Minute Cough Cure has been adminis tered. Safe and harmless for children. Storm es' Drug Store. 4jrV lm STRUCK OUT Testimony as to lluslmiul ami W.fo Mnst lie I'roiit 1) Iier ':irlii- in Divoici Case. Fkankfokt. Ky., Feb. U. The sen ate had nearly as many new bills Us members in attendance Mitimlay. The following bills wore passed: Relieving stockholders in newspapers of double liability; concerning jail pli3sicians in Louisville; house bill making Wiekliff, Ballard county, a fifth instead of sixth-class city; house bill fixing a pennlty for failure of county scliool superintendents to com 1 ly with the law as to informing each (.ounty school as to the manner of bending pupil to the A. & M. college. The house bill cliangiuj tjj:.! vode as to testimony was al&o passed, after the bcuate had. amended tha measure so as to strike out the provision allowing husband and wife to testily uguinst each other in divorce cases. The bill, as amended, makes no change in the law except to allow depositions of convicts, t certain cases. The senate act, allowing s-hool trus tees to employ sheriffs to collect school tax. DESPERATE DUEL. One airin Another It.nlly WouiiJod uiiil tlu- Tlilr.l In .1 ill. LorifrVH.l.K, Feb. 14. A desperate duel was fought with knives and pis tols between George Vogt and Ar thur !. Waldron, Sunday, at Fourth avenue and K street Fred Vogt, the son of Giorge Vogt, was also drawn into the encounter. As a result, Wald ron is lying at the city hospital in a precarious condition an 1 is not ex pected to Jive. Fred Vogt is at the Gray street infirmary bail y wounded and the elder Vogt is in jail charged with malicious shooting. The primary cause of the trouble was a murder case tried in the Jeffer son county circuit court about eight years ago. The elder Vogt was up charged with murder and the father of Arthur Wal.lron was one of tlu prin cipal witnesses for the state. In con sequence a bitter hatred has always existed between the two families and finally culminated in Sunday's affair. They J'iayrii "Ilos KilEnj." Bowi.ixo Gi:i:ex, Ivy., Feb, 14. A game of '"hog killing"' came very nearly ending in the death of a child of Rev. 15. F. Page. Two children, one aged "2 an.l the other aged 4, were playing in the lot. when tiii?y decided to play '"hog killing," having seen the hands around the farm kill hogs a short time before. The little fellow placed his head on a log and the older one camj down upon it with an ax. Luckily, the blow was a slanting one, and while the child was pretty bitdly hurt he is in a fair way to recover. SVvimi Sew Smallpox C':im.. Mnii.i:s;;oi:oi"Gii, Ky., Feb. 15. The smallpox situation was worsj Monday. Physicians discovered sjven new eases during the day, three of them being whites. C. Abell, brother of Chief of Police Hall, who runs aaloDn on Nine teenth street, was remoyed to the east end as a smallpox patient. The cases, of Charles Whitaker, a white boy liv ing on Eakter avenue, and a white man named Murphy were discovered Mon day morning, and they were placed in rigid quarantine. There are now a total of ttS cases under treatment Ic:ilinl Trial by Dt-uth. Loitisvii.i.k, Ky., Feb. l.". Tom Man ly died Monday morning at the jail of pneumonia. The wife of the dead mai) is in Cincinnati but the family reside in this city. Manly, together with Bill Harkins. was charged with daring robberies. Several weeks ago, in broad daylight, two man unlocked the warehousi of Win, G. Meier & Co., the tobacco warehousemen. Eight hogs heads of tobacco, valued at SI, 503, were removed and shipped to Cincinnati for bale. Manly and Harkins werJ arrest ed and charged with the theft KiiKln Hrt ckenridsc's Funeral. Lexixgto.v, Ky., Feb. 15. The fu neral of Ensign Joseph Cabell Breckin ridge, who was washed from the torpedo boat dishing and drowned near Ha vana last Friday morning, will take place in this city next Friday morn ing. The body will leave New York Wednesday, arriving in Lexington Thursday ewuing. The funeral serv ices will be held at the homs of Dr. II. M. Skillman, on North Broadway, and will be conducted by Rev. W. S. Ful'.on, of the Second Presbyterian church. Arrested After a Ituttle, Lol'isvim.k, Ky., Feb. 15. Stamper, the noted moonshiner, has been cap tured after a fierce battle. The hus band of Mrs. Stamper, who was ar rested, enticed two Cincinnati girls away to sell moonshine. To Extend Right to Organise Trust Com m jianies. Fkankfokt, Ky., Feb. 15 Senator Shanks' bill extending the right to or ganize trust companies to smaller coun ties that now have not the right passed the senate. Klcctlon Itill Passes the Senate. Fkankfokt. Ky., Feb. 11. The Goe bel election ("force") bill passed the senate Thursday by a bare constitu tional majority after the hottest fight of the session. Lexington Restaurant Fails. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 15. The res taurant of C. S. Bell, jr., was closed bj the sheriff Monday night on attach ment sworn out by his father, C. S. Bell, sr., who was his surety on four notes aggregating S4,'200. An outside creditor sued the elder Bell, and he, to save himself, sued his son. Legacy From Germany. Lexington, Ky., Feb.15. James H. Beitz, of the Phoenix hotel, Monday receved a draft for SI,17D."24 from the United States consular agent at Nau stadt, Germany, being the legacy left him by a deceased relative. Cut His Throat. Berky, Ky., Feb. 11. Joe Lilliston. a feather renovator, who. for some months has been in the business with Mr. R. L. Sladc, attempted suicide while in a state of temporary insanity. Thursday morning, by cutting his throat There is little hope of his re covery. Held for llurglary. Paris, Ky., Feb. 12. John Shannel, Ed Washington and Luther Jones, col ored, charged with burglary, were held to the circuit court in S-50 bond each by Judge PurnelL They were re manded to jaiL WILL NOT YiELD. The Seven Covington Coiiiicilsnen Prefer to Itf'lllUltl in .l.iil. iNi.r.i-.'.NHKNci: Ky. Feb. 10. A. Nie naber, cigar ir.sinmiielurer, .1. L. Kuh, sikionkLCi er, Michael Messingsc'agor, tobacco brc.ker. 11. B. Huelefeld, cigar manufacturer, John Dor&cl, re tired distiller, Charles Avery, iron rol ler, F. C. Nicmeyer, batcher, the scviii imprisoned couucilmeii pf Covington, were before Judge J-'urvJn Wednesday at 10 a. in., in the hearing of the habeas cor pus writ i&siied by Judge Hodge at Newport TucsJay. An effort to swear Judge Tarvin off the bench in the case on the ground Unit he v .s an interested party failed, The ji dgj said his only "interest was to prevent certain persons from acting lis "anarchists," Then there were legal tilts on the writ. Attorney Fiske cited legal au thorities. Theodore Ilallaiu retorted to the judge, who spoke of his prcs ences "Yen are offering me uu In&ult und I can not respond." The judge refused to release the men on Judge Hodge's writ and said he would allow th j prisoners to ma'ce a new appeal in habeas corpus bjfore him, I lis ground for refu.ing Judge Hodge's writ was that it had been is sued before the imprisonment of the eouncilmen. The eouncilmen were recommitted. Theodore Iktlkuu wub told thai tie was in ton tempt. AL the prisoners show evidence of close conhneiiK-nt, siV.ral requiring the attendance of a physician and ail appearing in need of rest. It was this which probably induced Judge Tarvin t urge them, before adjourning court Wednesday afternoon, to end the un fortunate affair and give him oppor tunity to let tin m return to their hemes and families. His address, however, et uched in the friendliest terms, pas.-d unheeded and they were again remanded to jail. l.ii:n:xi;:;NCi:, Ky., Feb. 11. The seven recalcitrant eouncilmen passed an easy night behind tiie bars, and were aroused about seven a. m. Thursday. With the exception of Councilman IJuh, who is slightly indis posed, they all seemed to enjoy the prison fare und breakfasted in a hearty manner on Kentucky corn brc.t I and Cf.fVee. Some one smuggled in some cigars and tliej' all enjoyed an after breakfast cigar. The services of a barber uvre becured and cleanly shaven they awaited the usual summous to the courtroom. Court convened in the usual manner at 10 o'clock and the seven rebellious ones were again ca led on to face the judge whose authority they have so persistently defied. None of them show any signs of yielding. New ISilS ill the lii'liute. Fkankfokt, Ky., Feb. P.'. The fol lowing new bills have been presented in the senate: For the benefit of sher iffs, allowing them a fee of .".0 cents for making a levy on personal prop erty for taxes; to amend charters ol third-class cities S'. that eouncilmen inu' be elected by votes in their ward instead of by votes of the whole, city; jiving effect to section It)'.) of the con stitution, which provides for the right to construct and maintain lines of tel egraph within this state. Couldn't F.x tliu Sentence. ToMi'Kix.svn.i.K. Ky., Feb. 15. The trial of Walter Leslie, charged with the murder of Cullom l).Cantra'. ended here Saturday in a disagreement of the jury. The jury agreed us to the guilt of the accused, but disagreed as to the extent of the punishment. One juror was for a sentence of two years in the penitentiary, eight were for 'JO jvar.-, and three for life. The trial here last June, in this case, resulted in a f-en-tenee of -0 years in the penitentiary. The smallpox at 3IiltllCBUoro. MlDpi.KPKOKO, Ky., Feb. 14. Annie Gaines, colored, is the only new small pox patient Sunday. She will be taken to the pest house, and the house she has been living in quarantined. Work was commenced Sunday on new buildings to accommodate patients, the old one being more of a. barn than a dwelling for the sick. Wholesale vaccination will be commenced Mon day. Total number of cases under treatment '20. Heavy Shipment of Scrap Iron. Owensboko, Ky., Feb. 14. Dahl & Grossinger of this city, are loading (500,000 pounds of old scrap iron on cars for shipment to Indianapolis, Ind. The consignment represents, the accumu lated purchases of several years and it will require 15 cars to carry it The special freight train left over Louis ville, Henderson and St. Louis railway Satuday night Only Routine Work. Fkankfokt, Ky.. Feb. 14. The Ken tucky house, with a small attendance, spent the day's session in routine con sideration of committee reports and did nothing of importance. Scut to the Penitentiary. Russei.i-vii.le, Ky., Feb. 14. Doc Chapman, white, and Ambrose Steven son, colored, were sent to the peniten tiary for two years each Friday for murder. K'cked in the Head by a Horse. Lawkencebuko, Ky., Feb. lii. Henry Black, an aged colored man, was kick ed in the head and fatally hurt Friday morning. lie was shaping up some fancy horses for R. II. Lillard, which were entered in the Chicago horse sale, and fell under the sulkv. Jurisdiction of Appellate Court Doubted. Fkankfokt, Ky., Feb. 11. Judge Pryor is not here, but such lawyers as Senator Goebel, the attorney general and others seem to doubt seriously the jurisdiction of the appellate court. No Covington lawyers have as yet ar rived. Drowned Himself in a Cistern. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 12. After cel ebrating his 50th birthday Thursday night George Hartman, a truck farmer living near the city, became suddenly despondent and left a crowd of friends who had been with him. Nothing more was seen of him until Friday morning when his body was found in his cistern. Mrs. Treacy Sues for Insurance Money. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 12. Mrs. Mary Treacy, Friday, filed sued against the Standard Life ,aBd Aecident Co., of Detroit, for $5,000, on a policy held by her on the famous horseman. Also a i n n t n ITS Orders tsilicn for nil Foreign or STONE. Joseph Simpson bought of Fayette Rrooks, of Jessimine, 11 cattle at S1.T5. Master Man ford Murphy caught something in a trap Friday night that res;mb!ed a wild cat. T. L. Sounders, wife and little son and daughter, spent Saturday night with the hitters mother, Mrs. Rebecca Seott, of Little Ilicltman. Mes;rs. Norman Grow, Samuel Duncan and Elwin Grow, of this vicinity, spent Siturday night an 1 Sunday with Mr. G. I, Seott, of Jessamine. Mrs. Mary A. Saunders visited her sister, Mrs. Mattie Roberts, of Little Hickman, this, week, Mibu Irene llaney attenc' ei preaching at Rjc'.ceye, Sunday, and a'so visited Miss Celes'e Simpsor. MKs Mattie an I Pearl Saunders spent Sunday night with Miss Irene Raney. Mr. Asbery Preston gave a party Sat urday night in honor o' Jesse and Ljjwis Lmaj'. Harry W'Ua, of War ren county, visited his uncle, L. U. Crutehlield, this week. Miss Nettie Preston spent Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. L'zz'e Lemay. 15. E Covington, of Little Hickmtn, spent Sin lay with Tom Lemay. Mr. Newt G.-ow and wife spent Sunday wit'.i T. L. S.inders and family. C.ar.inee Rroaddus, of Lancaster, and Miss Minnie Itroaddus, MeCretry, visited the family of Thom as Senders Sunday. Don't annoj' others by your cough ing, and risk 3'our life by neglecting a e Ad One minute Cough cure cures coughs, c ldR, trjup, grippe and all throat and lung troubles. Stormes Drug Store. lm Tins Xcw Ship' Clultciilii. llonos cut Itonos ihbctur. Editok Cr.NTKAi. Rkcoku: As an old Kentu kian and whilom citizen of Lancaster, I beg to say a word through the medium of your good journal in commendation of one of the fairest of the fuir daughters of my native state. I notice that just the slightest ripple oi dissatisfaction is apparent among scnu of the old sailors in regard to the christening of the new battle-ship, Kentucky, with pure wate instead of whisky or wine; and thes3 faint rumblings are being echoed Ly a few bibulous land-lubbers. They claim that the use of water will augur but ill for the great vessel, and seal her fate from the start; and it will be dillicult to find good seamen to man her, for she is certain to go down ln storm or in battle. Now, isn't that too bad? Rat let superstitious old tars wag their sLly heads, shrug their shoulders and prognosticate bad things; it will not frighten or discour age a brave and true j-oung gentle woman from a wise and righteous course. Thousands and thousands of good ships, whose spirituous baptism had no power to save, have been doom t d to wreck and ruin upon the high seas; and if the great Kentucky s'lould er be so unfortunate as to sink beneath the waves and go down to Old Oceau's bed, the little llagon of clean water will in no wise bj responsible. Mis3 Rradley, from the very begin ning of this whole alf.iir, has main tained a true and womanly dignity standing high above a selfish thought or wo. d or act, and deporting herself iike the high-born lady that she is. When first invited to ofliciate at the launching, she modestly accepted; but when a contention seemed evident, she promptly declined. Then when the masses spoke, aud the honor was thrust upon her, she again consented; and to the surprise of all who ail not know her, bravely broke a time-honored custom, and select id for the chris tening pure and sparkling water in stead of vile and drunk-making whisky the one a cleansing, puri yiag bles sing, the other a withering, blighting curse. It is no light thing to stem the cur rent of the popular will and usage and to dare to do right, regardless of what a gazing and criticising world may say. This she lias done not with os tentation or the slightest indication of gaudy show but, with a queenly grace and dignity that seem a part of her noble being, all unconscious of her greatness, in this heroic act she has rendered her name immortal. And when Christine Rradley shall stand upon the deck of that gallant ship, de neath the flowing folds of our beloved "Old Glory," and in the presence of the assemble I hosts, as the monster craft shall be launched upon the bosom of the mighty deep, bearing the cherish ed name of our glorious old common wealth, shall with her own f iir hand break the bottle and christen ''Ken tucky" with crystal water, fresh and pure' as it gurgled from the fount of her native hills, I would rather be a witness there than to hold a transpor tation ticket to the great World's Fair at Paris. R. L. Cociikan, Peabodv, Kan., Feb. 8, '98. We are anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no plcas anter or better way to do it than by recommending One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia, consumption and other seriou3 lung troubles that follow, neglected colds. Stormes' Drug Store. lm if if 5 Variety of DRUB STORE. Domtstic Miij;iziiies or Newspapers. Is a blood disease and only a blood reme dy can cure it. So many people make the mistake of taking remedies which at best are only tonics and cannot possi bly reach their trouble. Mr. Asa Smith, Greencastle, Indiana, says: "For years I have suffered with Sciatic Rheuma tism, which the best physicians were un able to relieve. 1 took many patent medicines but they did not seem to reach my trouble. I gradually grew worse until I was un able to take my food or handle myself in any way; I was abso lutely helpless. Three bottles of S.S.S. re lieved me so that I was soon able to move my right arm; before long I could walk across the room, aud when I had finished one dozen bottles was cured completely and am as well as ever. I now weigh 170." A Real Blood Remedy S.S.S. cures Scrofula, Cancer, Eczema, and ail' form of blood troubles. If you have a blood disease, take a blood medi cine S.S.S. (gnat anteed purely vegcla table) is exclusively for the blood and is recommended for nothing else. It forces out the poison matter permanent ly. We will send to anyone our valuable books. Address Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. MARKSBURY. Mr. James Herring sold a lot of hemp to Lancaster parties at S3 50 per hundred. Several farmers from th's p'ace at tended court at Stanford Monday and report mules and plug horses very low. Saturday is the regular church meet ing at the Fork. Several visiting preachers will be present to assist in the ordaination ol two deacons. A large crowd is expected. Mr. James Hardin, of Williamsburg, Illinois, is visiting his cousin, Mrs William Lonj. Miss Frankie Doty, of Pamt Lick, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Georgia Dunn. Miss Dovie Mur phy and little Miss Gladys, from Lex ington, are guests o: Mrs. Wi.liam Lear. Mr. Chas. Grimes is visiting friends in Lexington. Ho will pur chase a lot of fruit trees from Hillen meyers before he returns. Mr. John Woolfolk a hustling drum mer, of Lexington, is a frequent vis itor in this community. We presume that a golden-hairel lassie is the at traction as he is seen o!tner driving her arour.d than taking orders for gooiis. Mr. T. B. RurtVett has moved his family to Stanford. He thinks he will take a position as drummer for Patent Medicines. We hate to give Mr. and Mrs. IJurdett up but hope that he will be successful in his new enterprise. After years of untold suffering from piles, 15. W. Pursell of Knitnersvillc, P.i., was cured by using a single box of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Skin diseases such as eczema, rash, pimples and ub,tinate sores are readi y c ired by this famous reme.i'. Stormc' Drug Store. lm FLATWOOD. Most of the farmers are busy plow- Will Pointer sold a mire to Henry Yaeey for $11. J. D. Naloy sold a mule colt to Mr. Phillip Dalton for Mr. Mace Rart'.ett sold a cow and calf to W. G. Gooch for SIS. Jack Hammonds has moved in with his son-in-law, Mr. Sam Fields, of II -attsville. Mr. Joe Tankersley is very low with lung trouble at his sister's, Mrs. Ty ree Pointer. Frank Groos and Miss Jennie Law- son were married Thursday the 10th. "at Mr. Hiatt Sti 'all's, near Preachers- ville, by Rev. Monran. Also Mr. Pate Parish and Mrs. Susie Melvin were married 'Ihursday 11th. Whooping cough is the most dis tressing m ilady; but its duration can hs cut short by the use of Oae Minute Cough Cure, whiah is also the best known remedy for croup and all lung and bronchial troubles. Stormes' Drug Store. lm International convention foreign missions Cleveland, O. February 23rd to 27th. Round trin tickets from all points via the Queen & Crescent Route. One fare for the round trip, to Cleve land. Fine trains: close connections. Only one change of cars ( it Cincinnati) and a chance to visit Cleveland at a low rate. Tickets on sale February 20, 21 and 22, pood until March 2nd, re turning. Ask Agents for full particu lars. W. CL RlNEARSON, General Pass. Agt, Cincinnati, O. Rheumatism J3t E A D I H Mall t&$zp &szl&i; kizXz7 i Stationery, Paints, Oils. Etc. DAZHITIXjUS, : The Latest Styles. We have received our full line of Fall and Winter Goods, and they are the Very Latest and Iest money could Luy. Our stock of Fine Footwear is complete in every detail, and a look will convince you that they arc unsurpassed. Sac our immense line of E-ents Furnishings, We have an elegant line of Trunks and Valises. When in Danville don't fail to give us a call. CALDWELL k LANIER, D A NVILLE, W. J. LOUGHHIDGE, Maniifactnrar of Hemp. Dealer in Cultivated and Lint Hemp HIGHEST CASH PEICE at No. 5 Cheapside. Lexington, : THE ATI ONAL m CAPITAL ) f SURPLUS. Jioo.ooo.oo J ( 565,000.0 r x' LAXCASTEIi, KY. A. R. Denny. President. Jno. E. Stormes, Vice President. Wm. H. Kinnaikd. Cashier. 8. C. Denny, J. F. Robinson. Jb, Assistant Cash'r. Book-keeper. R. T. Embky Ass't Book-keeper. DIRECTORS Sam'l.D. Cochran, Jas Spllman, Alex. R. Denny. A.C.Robinson, W. R. Cook, L. 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