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EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LAXDRAK, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. don sooner or later, the fur is made to 11 v iu so lively a in inner as to a arning to other to go slow in their tracks. !ONK YAR, IS ADVANCE ?1.00 SIX MONTHS. " ) Theke " ' Sh F I DAY, AurilS, - 189S. ro:: coxgress. In olu'dlenre to the requests of Democrats in rv-rv i.mt of thi! Kiirlith Congri'stdonnl Dis trict, anil in neoordaiice with my desire to he of (-ervlee to the Democratic party and the country, in critical and Important-times I an nounce me!f a candidate for (-'oiiRress. sub jt-ct to the action of the Demoaratie party. Ann tnv.il Di-mocrat. I liayc alivavs support ed the nominee and platforms of the Demo- cmtic party anil I now t-upport me p'aiiorm mlopteil hy'the last National Democratic Con vention, hVld at Chicajto. I m Kiiwori'Iv frrateful for the cordial sup- t ort Riven me bv the Democrats of the ElKhlit Congressional District in the pat. and I have tried to flimviny appreciation of their confi dence ami kiiidne. Iy iiiiccaj-inj efforts, to lie a faithful and etlieient Kepresentaiive. If honored by the nomination, I believe. I cau with the aid of my brother Democrats, re Wm tlm riUtrict. and iu the future as in the pa-it my bc.t efforts shall be uiven to the faith- lul Uli-cnarge 01 an amies rcquireu ui inc. JAMU3 B. McCKKAllY, March 15, ISIS. Itichmoud, Ky, Ox the first day of the present month Tin: Kkookd reached the ninth urile poit of its existence. Three years of this has been under the present man agement O.ily those who know some thing of newspaper work can oppre elate the ditlicult task of publishing a newspaper in Lancaster. In the last twenty jears ten different publishers, some of them old and experienced men, have tackeld and given up the job. The question is often asked why it is thus. The reason is simply because the job and commercial work which hhould be given tiie home paper is sent to foreign concerns. A drummer came here a few weeks since and took orders for enough job work to almost pay the running expenses of The Kkcokd for a month. Of course these business men have a perfect right to send their orders to Halifax, if they choose to do so, but the rub comes in when they bring their axes to our office to be ground. Let some of their relatives die, and The Rkcokd must spend half a day studying up good things to say about them. When a little sugar-coat ills' is to be done, why "we will let The Hecokd do it, as its the home p per," but giving The Hkcokd a job of work is a different matter. If we were not prepared and equipped for doing j b work, it would be different. We took the paper having neither cish or experience. Today we have none of the former but a great, heap ing pile of thelatter. Oursubscriptions are all now due again, and if our friends will come up and pay same promptly it will enable us to pay a lot of interest and begin our third vear on fairly goo 1 grounl. The war situ ition is still at a white eat '1 he latest sp3Cial we couid get taken from the Louisville Time, and is as follows: Word comes straight from the White House that no niissagc will be sent to Congress today, Thursday. A cable gram has been received from Minister Woodford that has opened up negotia tions again. This message from Wooi ford communicates the desire of the aeen Kegcnt to take matters in her own hands with the probability of all concessions being made necessary to avoid war. 1 he news that the Presi dent's message has b en postponed and lat the delay of hearing from him is iw uncertain soon spread on the fijor of the House tin 1 caused acorn- motion among the members. There ins no doubt that another diplo matic hen is on again. How long she ill continue to set is conjec'.ure. It reported that so important are the negotiations about to be opened that nothing will be heard from the Presi dent until Monday. It is believed now that the early statements from the White House that the President was waiting for Lee and the Americans to get out of Havana was misleading.and that he was rcallj' awaiting a dispatch from Woodford, who cabled last night, it is learned, that he would have an important communication to make about midday and not let the message tro to Congress until he was heard from. On the Senate side it is claim ed by members who are in the confi dence of the President that no more negotiations are on, but the postpone ment of the message is due to advices from Gen. Lee relating to the depart ure of Americans from Havana- This statement is insisted upon by several dministration Senators, who deny that the Queen Regent wants to make concessions. The Louisville Courier Journal has rcade arrangements to get the New York Herald's war correspondence. The Herald has arranged to cover de velopments in the most complete man ner possible. Ily means of this ar rangement with the Herald, at a very large extra expense to itself, the Con rier Journal gives its readers assur ance that they will have the quickest best, most accurate and most compre hensive dispatches regarding all that may transpire during the America Spanish cmbroglio. This service will i in addition to the regular service of the Associated Press and that of thei own special correspondents- With such excellent provision for the collec t'on of the news, in conjunction with the unexcelled mechanical facilities possessed by the Courier Journal, the readers of that paper have a guaran tee that they will be served in a man ner which can not be approach-id by any other paper in this territory, nor surpassed by any other newspape anywhere. We will send The Rkcokd and the Daily Courier Journal to any address one year for Z-GAO, and will make the same liberal offer to any of our sub scribers who will pay a year in ad vance You can't beat this offe Think of it you get all the war and general news, logemer witn your home and county news one year for only SC. 43. Try it Assistant Adjutant General Forres ter, who stands close to Governor Uralley, says that up to the present the government has not given any no tice to Kentucky that this State may be called on for wither men, money or supolies. In the event the President calls on the Governor for an appropri ation, CoL Forrester said he presum ed the Governor would call the Leg: lature together for this specfiic pur pose. In the event of war Col. Fo rcster does not think it probable that the State militia will be ordered out in a body. "I presume," said he "that the officers of companies would be ac- ceple 1 first, because of the advantage they would have in drill. The rank and file of militiamen, of course, would be preferred over raw volun leers, but I do not anticipate that will be made compulsory on them go to the front, as there will be no ne cessity for a long time at least." lit- say The fellow who crowds into his t!e cranium the idea that he can what he pleases about anv and everv body, that fellow is as sure to have nis toes turned to tne dasies as five ants is to buy a beer in a local option town. The latest of this class to give up tne ghost is W. C Brann, editor of "Brann's Iurohoclast," which publica tion has scorchel Texas from centre to circumference for some time passed. Brann published an article reflecting upon the character of the daughters of Capt Davis, of Waco. The two men met, a duel ensued end both were kill ed. Publishers who are continually slinging mud at people may flourish lor a time but when the wrong man" toes are stepped upoa, as is sure to be BUCKEYE. None of our citizms attended Rich mond court Monday. Joseph Simpson bought of James Litteral one calf, at $15. Small pox and war are the only sub jects being discussed now. Rev. V. T. Willis preiched a good sermon at Chapel, Sunday. Miss Malinda Ward, a maiden lady, of 7J years, was buried at Buckeye, Monday. Moses, a son of Mr. Buck King, was taken to the Lexington Asylum Satur day night A pretty little girl, Maggie Dean. arrived at the home of John Diekerson on the 29th ult Our Sunday school opened with flat tering prospects. A large number of pupils enrolled. Messr.s Joseph nicks, Chas. Duncan and Johnson Grow, of Mt. Vernon, were at Buckeye Sunday. Carpenters Herrodand Mike Ray, are building a new room, repairing and painting the resiaence of W. T. Noel. When finished it will be a lovely coun ty hom-. Mrs. Tim Logan has in her poultry yard a full grown chicken that only has one wing, but it mnkesa full hand at running, eating and crowing, no convenience about its make-up, until the un.'ortunate chicken wants to fly. When your correspondent reached Lancaster Saturday afternoon, and caught sight of the flag floating in the breeze the first thought was, "War is declared," and I listened to hear the roar of the cannon. In Memory of Him Arnold. On the 10 of March, the Angel of Diath entered a happy home and bore away the beloved son and brother. It is hard to understand this mystery or" God's love, that "O le not tired of life's long day but glad in the freshness of its morning," should be called. Though we know the end sba 1 tell, The dear Lord doetli all things well. Tis hard to say he is dead, the geniel, kind-hearted friend whose very life seemed to scintilate with cheefulness, yet 'tis true he has passed from this earth, from all that it might hold of joy or of sorrow passed out into that eternity of God's love where, by virtue of that good confession he made years ago, the voice of faith says: In that great cloister's stillness and seclusion, By guardian angels led, Safe from temptation, safe from sin pollution, He lives where we call dead. Bereaved ones, though he is dead, he "yet speaketh", for the example of his cheerful, happy life cannot die but will live on in memory of his friends lo live in hearts we leave behind is not for us to die." He was yours in life, he is yours now. even though he has passed away. In all the pride of manhood begun, In all the hope of life yet to run ; Ills Christ was burled, and lives alway Trust Him and go your way. March 29 th 1893. MARKSBURY. T. L Mrs. J. B. Haselden sold to Herring, a yearling colt for 15. J. C. Boner sold to B. G. Fox, of Danville, a nice harness horse for SIOO. Rev. T. IL Campbell delivered an excellent sermon at the Fork Sunday, in the absence of the pastor, Rev. W. M. KuykendalL Mrs. Kate Aldridge has broken up house-keeping and gone to live with her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Haselden, at Lancaster. Mr. J. L Broaddus has been confin ed to his room for several weeks. We hope that he will soon be out dgain. The sale of J. G. Aldridge, deceased. was largely attended, and property sold well Cows from S3S lo 4G, hors S12,5D to SG9, sow and five shoats $23, wheat 1 05 per bushel, corn Sl.95 per barrel, meat and lard 0 l-2c. tolO c per pound. J. he farm was rented to the highest bidder for $145.50, Miss Elveree Bradshaw, of McCrea- ry, is visiting ner Drotner, JUr. wm. Bradshaw. Mrs. Tom Woods, of Lin coln, spent part of last week with Mrs. M. F. Rout. Master Francis Lawson is visiting his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Moore. Miss Lida Arnol 1. who has been sick for the past week, better at this writing. Wm. Lear spint Saturday and Sunday with his mother, in Lincoln, who is suffering with a sprained ankle. Miss Julia ParLs entertained a number of friends last Saturday evening, and all report an enjoyable time. Mr. and Mrs. M G. Aldridge and little daughter.Irene, of Brodhead, visited friends here last week and attended the sale of their father. Mrs. Sam Hughes and chil dren, of Danville, spent part of last week with her sister, Mrs. N. H. Bogie. Miss Ruth Aldridge, who has been quite sick all winter is now able to visit her cousin, Miss Ruth Ann Dunn near Lancaster. Mr. N. H. Borne made a fly in tr trip to East Hickman last week, and Messrs. Mason Pollard and George Boner took care of the store during his absence Mr. W. M. Gulley, from Cincinnati, passed thro' our little village on wheel, en route to see his mother, who is suffering with a broken ankle. "A word to the wise is sufficient" and a word from the whvi should be sufficient, but you ask, who are the wis j? I hose who anow. I he oft re peated experience of trustworthy per sons may be taken for knowledge. Mr- W. M. Terry says Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gives better satisfaction than any other in th market. He has been in the drug business at Hi Ik ton, ivy, for twelve years: has sold hundreds of this remedy and nearly all other cough medicines manufacnufed, which shows conclusively that Chamberlain's is the most satisfactory to the people, and is the best For sale by ll Ji McKobert Lancaster Ky. WALLACETON. (Delayed Letter.) Born, to the wife of John Quinley, a son. Several of our people here have been vaccinated during the past few days. i.ne irequent rains ana the warm weather have bsen quite favorable to wheat and grass, and both are lookin well. Sam Conn and family, who moved from here to Berea, three months ago, have moved back on account of the small-pox scare at Berea. Miss Bet tie Ilendrickson, who has been teaching a subscription school here, closed with an interesting enter tainment which lasted about two hours. Uncle Charlie Anderson, who forgot that he was not still "one of the boys' and severely hurt his back while test ing his strength two week ago, is able to be out again. Uncle Charlie says he "acted the fool in going into it" Misses Maggie Elliott, Emma Ruth erford and Ella Bowlin, and Mr. R. G. Mitchell, who are attending school at Berea, spent vacation with home folks. Messrs. Reynolds. Mann. Yo- cum and Kindey, other Berea boys, were also visitors here. On March 20th, 3 of the friends and relatives of J. A. Baker "went in on him" with a surprise birth-day dinner, that biing his 6lst, birth-day. Altho' it is usually very hard to "slip up on him," yet he owned that he was never more surprised in his life. While the weather was quite gloomy, and some of the parties came through the rain, yet within the house all was sunshine and happiness, and none en joyed the day more than did the Squire," although Mrs. Sue Wallace did eat more. STONE. Mrs. Mollie Eastman is still improv ing. Wm. Simpson bought of Gabe Pres ton two suckling calves at $10 apiece. Lemuel Teater bought of Gabe Pres ton one yearling calf at S12. Rev. Neal, of Winchester, will, fill the pulpit at Seott's Fork the 3rd Sat urday night, Sunday and Sunday night Miss Mattic Saunders visited friends and relatives at Buckeye, Sunday night and Monday. George P. est in on the sick list E Hie Grow called on his best girl Sunday evening. Mrs. Peachie Grow is visiting her mother, Mrs. Rebecca Scott, of Little Hickman, and also her sister, Mrs. Mattic Rob erts, this week. Mrs. Medie Stits, of Little Hickman, is visiting her mother, Mrs. James Murphy. Miss L'zzie Thomoson was called home last Thursday to attend the fu neral of her cousin, Mr. Will Spillman, at Buena Vista, and also attend her grand mother's birth-day dinner, Mon day 4th inst, and has returned to fin ish her school at Pleasant Hill. Thousands of sufferers from grippe have been restored to health by one Minute Cough Cure. It quickly cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia grippe, asthma, and all throat and lung diseases. Stormes, Drug Store. LEAF. Theives are getting in their work in this neighborhood. A few nights ago somebody broke into D. C. Pullins' mill and took about five barrels of corn, and Wes Wren's cow was driven off, and some fellow that was anxious to work stole the double-trees off of a plow in the field of John Murray. Corn is selling at $1.75 per barrel in market E. W. Norris bought of G. W. Pul lins a bunch of 15 shoats for $30. Some low down, sneak shot and kill ed C. B. Engleman's ball dog, On account of the illness of his son Hurlbert, Mr. J. W. Smith has declin ed the idea of going to Arkansas, and has rented the property of Mr. James Spillman, at Lowell, for the present E. W. Norris sold his crop of tobae co for $8.75 per lot, all around. Children like it, it saves their lives We mean One minute Ccuh Care, the infallible remedy for coughs colds croup, bronchitis, gtiope, and oil throat and lung troubles. Stormes. Drug Store. lm PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH Mastic Mixed Paint. OR TEE BEST BRANDS OF White Lead and Oil. We are Glad to Sell Either. McROBERTS' DRUG STORE. Orders taken for all Foreign orDonu stic jlagizines or Newspapers. :eoQCCoeo ooooocoockoooo; Jno. B .Stent. E. W. L,illard. It is a great leap from the old fash ioned doses of blue-mass and nauseous physics to the pleasent little pills known as DeWitt's Little Early Risers. They cuse constipation, sick headache and biliousness. Stormes' D.ug Store. He "Would Be a Historian. We reproduce the following which appeared in last iisue of the St Louis Republic. The writer is "C. W." Young, grand-son of Capt. White. Lancaster, K'., March 23, 1898 Dear sir: l am a little ooy iust ia years 01a. I thought I would try to write you all I could remember about the early his tory of Spain up to now. I love to read history and war stories. I hope some day to be a great historian. I like to read your paper. Hoping you will think my story worthy of publication in your valuable paper, I remain your friend. Charles W. Youxo. uZOISlZ, EADING pUGGISTSQ Stationery, Paints, Oils, Etc. DANVXXiXaS, :-: KENTUCKY. MT. HEBRON The snow is very disagreeable and we are fearful there will be no fruit this year. Rev. Lee, of Faulkner Station, will lecture at Mt Hebron next Sunday night All are invited to attend. Misses Mary Montgomery and A. E. Ssott visited relatives in Burgin the latter part of last week. Mrs. Peggie Burdett is very sick at this writing. Mrs. Peachie Grow and Miss Lucca Sherrow" are visiting in Jessamine this week. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, of Williamsburg, were the guests of Mr. Marsee and family Sunday. Miss Lu- la Simpson is the guest of Miss Nellie Bourne. Mr. Johnson Burk, of Jessamine, is at the bedside of his father, who is ve ry ill. Mr. E. D. Lawson bought two cows from Mr: Jarvis for $15 a piece. pi jf amaNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep r Id III VI v sia, Constipation and Indi gestion. Regulates, the Liver. Price, 25 cts. A little boy asked for bottle of "get up in the morning as fast as you can." the druggist recognized a household name for , 'DeWitt's Little Early Risers." and gave him a bottle of those famous little pill for constipation sick headache, liver and stomach troubles. Stormes' Drug Store. lm Mccreary. J. A. Walker and W. B Burton of Buckeye, went to Danville Saturday. The friends of Herbert Gulley will be glad to know he is rapidly improv ing after an illness of several weeks of pneumonia. Mrs. L. Gulley fell while walking in her yard last Tuesday eve ning, breaking a bone in her ankle and causing a severe sprain above the bro ken bone. A very painful wound, but she is doing very well at this writing. Miss Carrie Hardin has moved the past office to the store-room formally occupied by J. W. Hi'.L W. M. Gulley, of Lexington, came over Monday to see his mother, Mrs. L. Gulley. Sheriff J. B. Saunders and Miss Sal lie Arnold were married Tuesday at 4 p. mat the home of the bride's father Mr. IL C. Arnold, Eld Bailey, of Richmond, pre forming the ceremony. Qhe many friends of both wish them much joy and happiness. Miss Jennie May Gul ley has returned from Orrville, Ohio, where she has been attending school. H. H. Pherigo made a. flying visit to Back Creek the later part of last week. He says business of importance took him. " Bring The Record Your Job Work. M. L. Yocum, Cameron, Pa., says "I was a sufferer for ten years, trying all kinds of piles remedies, but without success, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve was recommended to me. I used one box. It has effected a permanent cure.' As a permanent cure for piles DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has no equal Stormes'D.-j? Siora lm FLATWOOD. Mr. Milton Grayson has gone with his cattle to Richmond, to sell them, and will go on to the mountains and buy more. Geo. Tankersley took $20 for his claim to the James Ross place, and will move to Berea. Dave Andrews is building a house on J. C Foree's place. It. F. Parson s gave a social at his house last Thursday night A very sad accident happened a few days since. Thomas Collctt's mother, M s. Trot fell Sunday night breaking her hip. George Miller and wife spent Sun day at J. IL Miller's. Charming Miss Jennie Scott spent Friday night and Saturday with her sisters, Mrs. J. H. Miller and Mrs. Mose Lawson. Thos Brewer and family spent Sunday at James Hankins. Mose Lawson and wife spent Sunday at S. B. Scott's. Mr. Frank Gross and wife have moved to the Henry Davis farm. Miss Maggie Ross, who has been visiting at Preach ersville, returned home Sunday. In 1888 my wife went East and was attacked with rheumatism. She receiv ed no relief until she tried Chamber lain's Pain Balm. Since that time we have never been without it We find it gives instant relief in c ises of burns and scalds and is never failing for all rheumatic and neura pains. D, C Bhant, Santa Ynez, CaL For sale", by B. E. McRoberts, Lancaster Ky. The Histoky orSrAix. Spain, or as it was called "'CorJo- va," was founded by the Phoenicians about 900 B. C Alter the Phoenicians came the Grups, then the Larthaginans then the Romans, and the barbarians known as the Seuvi, and Alans, and the Vandals, then the Gauls. It was then called Spain, and the people Span iards. Their King was Roderick. He lost his life in a battle with the Moors. The Moors then hal run of Spain. They built irreat palaces among these the Alhambra. They hell Spain 7S0 years. The7 were driven out in 1493 in the reign of Ferdinand and Isabella. Ferdi nand and Isabella's reign was dis graced by the Inquisition- Over 30,030 people were kille J in this horriale In- quwtioi. It was in 1492 Cjlumbus dis covered America. One of the power ful monarchs of Spain was Philip the Second, Philip intended to conquer England- To do so he fitted out a fleet known as the Invincible Arma la, but it was destroyed by a storm. "In the year 1700, Charles the second died with out children. Ue was succeeded by a young Frnch Prince, named Philip. The Kings of thi? family were called the Spanish Bouabons." In 180S Na poleon put the crowd of Spain on his brothers head. " In 1870 the Spaniards invited the King of Italy to pe the' King." He was King two years. Spain then became a Republic. In two or three years they placed Alfonso XIL, who reigned till 1SS5, when he died. Alfonso XII'., is now Kingr On the 12th of February, 1S9S, the warspip Maine was blown up by the vagabonds of Spain, by a submarine mine. t CUABLeS W. Youxo. Danville, Ky. CALDWELL & LANIER SHOES. PLEASURE TO LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE. OXjXi OUST TTS TRUNKS andTALISES. WE WANT TO SEE YOU Whether You Buy Or Not BEAUTIFUL SEA SHELLS. Every one admires them. Since com ing south I have received numerous inquiries from northern people for sea shells, and now I am prepared to an swer yes. I can send you shells, for I have made quite a callection of love ly shells, both from our own coast, the coral reefs, and some beautiful ones from the West India Islands. I will mail a dozen, no two alike, to any one who sends a stamp for postage. Yours, Mrs. F. A Warner, Jacksonville, Fla. CAPT. T. W. BOTTOM Auctioneer, of Perry ville, Will be on the street every County Court Day and solicits the sales of the County. Will make it to your inter est to see me before seeing any other auctioneer. J J. HOOD, SURGEON-DENTIST, LANCASTER, KY Office over J. C. Thompson's Jewelry store on Danville street. I have just returned from the city with the Cheapest Line of Millinery ever brought to Lancaster. I will have my opening on Saturday, April 9th. Every lady is cordially invited. Miss Sallie Tillett. gjm0oocopoooooogg W. H. LACKEY I Successor to Lackey & Gulley. 5 First-Clas I mm STABLE. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES. WjUUMMER If Biovn's Rmus Clothing All Wool at Lowest Prices. But few are "judges of goods, and the safest way is to buy from a house that never handles shoddy. Our goods were bought in large quantities before the advance and are marked at aston ishingly low figures, or at small prof its to insure sales. Several orders have already been taken. Ask our numerous customers of the prices, fits and wear. Wanamaker and Brown, Kahn Brothers and the Riverside Tail oring company are attong the best clothing houses in the nation. Supe rior work and satisfaction guaran teed before payment is ma le. "All Wool," "Imported", and "Made-to- measure"' mean just what they sav. Competition invited in prices and quality. M. D. Huoues, Agent. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN. i -X493-TUB HATHM BANK CAPITAL ?aoo,ooo.oo OF j SURPLUS, ( $65,000.00, LANCASTER, KY, oftfe A.B.Dknht, President. Jno. E. Stormes, Vice President. Wk. H.Kinnaied, Cashier. 8. C. Dknht, J. F. Robinson. Jb. Assistant C&sh'r. Book-keeper. K. T. Ejcbbt Ass't Book-keeper. Prepare for Cyclones! By Insuring your Houses. Insure your Hemp! And Take No Risk of Loss. We write thse Policise R. KINNAIRD, General Insurance. Lancaster; Ky. DIRECTORS Sam'l. D.Cochran, Jas Spllman, Alex. B. Denny. A. C. Robinson. W. B. Cook, L. Davidson, Jno. B. Stormes. It WiU Be Done Right If yon Bring Your work to NED BURDETT & CO., at Arnold shop on Danville street. 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