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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t- A q 100 i 4 Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Class Hatter tnlru ttof 1 VOZUM1 lx ltuMR l rt k hg t PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LAND RAH Gilt Public Square and Danville AvenueIuiI Binder Twine Harv tin bin oil CHAMPION MOWERS J R HASELDENI Lancaster Ky FCol W G Wde11 W J Williams WILLIAM Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY All business attended- to promptly I IMa Staukrd WELC9 A BEAZLETBAfffiHMAK FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALLING SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky LANCASTER KY JULY 8 1898FRIDAY IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER L w J Aoaoeeeeececoeeoeeooaeoeoooooooaooooooooeooooooaoaoeooeeae ooooeoooooobeooeg D 600404 Stamp your checks Call at Edminstons Kandy Kitchen The threshers are well up with their work The best two horse wagon on the market at G S Gaines C beginning July 1st I will sell strict for cash and produce R A Stone A G S Gaines will not allow any Blue Grass to grow under his feet Come and sea jis cost call and settle with T G SWEEXEY At AVIiolesale Cost A full line of Drummers Simples at C D Powells 3t You can by buying your Harness J Romans Carriage Company X Several companies of mountain boys belonging to the new Fourth Regi ment have passed through town re cently on the night train They were bound for Lexington Given Away The Ilaward Tailoring company will give a S3 hat with every suit of clothes sold to July f5 j M D HUGHES Agt Get Their Dough A special from Chickamauga says the boys at the second regiment were imdi glad last week by receiving their pay Etch man received on an av 0 Intolerable The butt ends of buggy whips should be broken over the heals of a lot o negro boys who run along funeral processions and annoy those in by asking to hold the horse This is a nuisance that the people ought to take a hand in stopping Daring the hot weather summer I severe attack of cholera morbus necessitating my leaving my business Mr C A lIar of Hare liros Fincastle Ohio After taking tvo or threee doses of Cham erlaits Coie Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I was completely relieved and ill a few hours was to resume my work in the store I sincerely recommend it to aillicted with bowel trouble For sale by R E Mclloberts Im I Xotic Tosave money front crag 4 r hada says anyone stomachor V prices save vehicles Plenty of rain this week Best binder twine always on hand t Gaines Go to J A Beazley Co for bar gains in furniture Pufe Homemade caadies at Eilmins tons Kandy New stock of Iripery paper this week J CL Thompson Bringthe cash and get groceries as cheap as any whereV II A Stone All kinds fancy candies made fresh every day at Edminstion Kandy The OldIli liable always on Top in quality quantity at the Bottom in IKICES T CIJUKSY Remember July 01112 and sale days at The Logan Dry Goods Co By all means you should attend this special sale if you want to secure bargains Stole Fowls John Bsazlcy colored was before the county judge charged with steal ing turkeys from Wm Sherrow He and went to jail until August court Teachers Examination The examination of white teachers for certificates will held in Super intendent Lusks ollLe July 15 and 1C The examination of colored teachers will be held in same place on July 22 23rd 150000 bushels of wheat delivered at our warehouse Highest cash price paid on delivery Best lump and block Pittsburg coal 9c Salt Lime Sand Cement and farming implements C C GLASS Bio Camp Nelson Ky Card of thanks to baout agrain we desire to offer our thanks for the many acts cf curtesy and kindnos shown us by the good people of Lan caster and throughout the county dar ing my coniinment en account of my unfortunate accident We must prove recreant to our expression of the high est appercation will carry with I us in fond niiinory of gran 1 and people Yen s truly Mn AND MRs RICE BEXGE I h en a 13 is spec ill waivedexamination b anted As I am abe e I C Bitch received 1 noble SB 9 RB SMSHI Jn I Bm I 9Hot Weather Shirts YES SIR them Dress Semi Dress Negligee Large and Attractive line of Fancy Shirts Percales Detached and Attached Collars and Cuffs White bodies and Fancy Bosoms A great variety of Fab rics both Foreign and Domestic Novel patterns and colorings Prices 50c 75c 1 and 150 Do not fail to look this line of shirts over Be your own judge Take the shirts home try them on look them over use a microscope if you like and if you find a single solitary fault in our shirts bring them back and get your money Remember our line of Crash Snits at 250 3 350 All Wool Crash Suits at 750 M 850 Black and Blue Serge Coats and Vests just the thing for hot weather We have twentyxfive pant patterns left that we will make up to your measure at Manufacturers Cost Logan Robinson f ttt t r 1 r i i i I a I 1 I fI 1 i I i I 1 I i I i i I i I II I i I I I I I 1J I J F Iii 1 f f fkf fiS f lf f lf YT S i i D08864440044v944Qd0640W0004008t3 08JS 4 04SOOi9i 90960dC94068dd0048d f i j- i i c WetrIi i 4 a i i j 4 r 1 000400004P04000000066000 OMOOaid004 800P000090000x000009004104009444 i I The corn crop is excellent Take advantage of our nal offer Its great My accounts are all dua and be paid by July 1st R A Stone l I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn Ring 95 the Iliac Grass Grocery for nice cheap groceries Prompt deliv ery The night trains are excellent in both equipment and time They are well loaded every night To close out my stock of spring rockers I will sell you a 5 00 rocker for 300 and a 3 00 rocker for Si 00 Ac R A STOXKT Iloiirlton Steam Tamlry Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry Leave your orders at Sweeneys store tf There is no use for ma to make tell me how you en buyjust them from have them mauy Taxes are now due the City and all are respectfully requested to pay same at once The penalty will soon be ad ded and it will be to your interest to pay your tax nowE WALKER M C L At a meeting of the directors of the National Bank it was decided to take the vote of the stockholders as to whether or not the capital stock be reduced from 200030 to 100000 The vote will be taken August 2nd The taxes are so great that this step is deemed advisable The Cluh The Boone Club an organization formed many years ago by Lancaster citizens encamped at the cold spring on Dix river Sunday and Monday This club meets every Fourth of July This club was organized some one hundred and twenty years ago by Maj J Crafty Burnside as president Colored Teachers Institute The Colored Teachers Institute for Garrard COUtlty for the current school year will be held at the Court House in Lancaster beginning Monday Aug ust 1st and continue five days In structor John If Jackson tf ELISA J LUSK Supt About May 13 from my place 3 miles from Lancaster on Xew Danville pik one red heifer with black strips half alderny about year and a half old Any information thankfully re ceived Mrs Mary A Sutton 3t Lancaster Ky Deserved Promotion THE RECORD is glad to see that its good friend Robert E Hughes has ben promoted to the high position of city editor on the Louisville Having withstood the battle o running a country weekly here in Lancaster he of course can hold down any job anywhere The publication of the New York Herald is nothing com pared to the ups and downs of a office Having done time in this harness we arc glad Bob has suc ceeded in reaching a place where he has only one line of work to look af ter and gets living paj Success old The Wheat The reports on the wheat crop are not very satisfactory The threshing last week indicates a much less yield than anticipated Some fields have threshed out 20 to 25 bushels per acre The berry is small and unfortunately more or less smut appears which dam ages wheat very materially and if in the grain From what we can learn the market is unsettled and probably will start at CO to 05e We understand several sales have been made at these figures Some four or five cars shipped last week and should the weather be favorable for threshing this week there will ba several thous and bushels shipped A Bail Gang Qhrough the vigilance of officers in Garrard and surrounding counties the breaking up of the notorious Gill and Story gang has about been For several years the residents along Sugar Creek and vicinity have been gveatly annoyed by thieves Meat chickens hogs harness and in fact anything left from under lock and key not safe in the neighborhood Officers from Madison have landed in the Richmond jail George Story Jim and Bill Gill all white men living in the above mentioned neighborhood One of these men gave the whole thing away anti told of their many Storys wife had Gills wife ar rested and she in turn had the Story woman landed behind the bars Toll Gill has also had the chain of cpidente wound around him and now ornaments a cell in the Garrard jaiL The case against the latter vill be called before Judge Burnside this Fridas morning We understand much stolen property has been located and the chances for a conviction of the entire layout are good CourierJour m st and can for A Notice to Taxpayers To Iteduce the Stock n one Strayed or Stolen Commercial country man accomplished e price 4u less Ii TONE especially was depredations hsf heat harvest is well nigh over Buy ice from Northcott and it will be delivered daily No Sunday mail yet It seems that fogyism is to predominate 25 to 50 per cent saved on the dollar means a good deal to you at the Blue Grass Grocery Call and pay your account I have indulged Tpu You MUST JIE n T CURREV AVhite Teachers Institute The White Teachers Institute for Garrard county for the current year will be held at the Court House in Lancaster beginning Monday August Sth and continue five days Institute instructor Prof W E Lumley ELISA J Lusiv Supt School at Sycamore Prof Ben Evans has been given a school at Valley Prof Ev ans is one of the best teachers in the county To start with Ben has just about as much sense as is crowded into any cranium and this with his long experience makes him a typical peach tree Mrs Mary A Baughman wi low of Samuel O Baughman died on the 30th at her home in Boyle of paralysis The funeral was preached at Provi dence church next afternoon at 3 oclock by Rev J W Lynch burial in Bellevue Cemetery The deceased was G7 years old a daughter of Eph riam Smith of Boyle county who moved to Missouri where most of the family now live I he following chil dren survive Mrs Baughman James II Baughman Boyle county Mrs Smith Paris Mo Mrs J L Bruce Mrs G R Pope W E Baughman T L Baughman Miss Jennie Baughman Mrs J M Sallee John and Homer B uighman She devoted follow er of the Master a good wife and mother and splendid neighbor Alvo cate Soldiers Here Sergt Will Walker Ned Burdett and Kirk Kerby came up from Chicka mauga Tuesday Walker and Burdatt are on a few dips furlough and Kerby The latter had charge of several teams and as the company has been recruited to its full strength 103 his services were no longer need ed Burdett is regimental blacksmith a position which is quite responsible but which puts many of Uncle Sams dollars in Neds pocket Will Walker was made third sergeant His appoint ment was a good one as Will is as straight asa die and as clever a fellow as one ever meets with 1 hey say the boys are getting along nicely and happy as larks They do not know when they will be ordered from the present camping ground nor do they have any idea where they will be sent Burdett and Walker will return to Chickamauga in a few days Death of Mrs Ilerndon After months of untold suffering from a compication of throat and lung diseases Mrs Helen K Ilerndon wife of Capt William Heradon died in this city Sunday morning at S octock Mrs Herndon had been in bad health for many years and for several months was bedfast She was the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm H Kinnaird The life of Mrs Herndon was surely a pure one She was a zealous Christian and the most loving and devoted mother we ever knew She had such deep love for her family that when she was suffering the great est pain she asked them to remain out that they may not suffer by seeing her time before her death she called each of her in and admonished them to put their trust in God live a Christlike life and they would surely meet her in a place where they would be forev er united Mrs Ilerndon was a mim ber of the Presbyterian church and was brought up to study the bible and practice its teachings The early training given by her pious mother never left her and she went through life a Godloving and Godfearing Christian The husband and children have the sympathy of all the in their great bereavement They should remcmb3r that their loss is her gain as she is according to the teachings of the bible now where no suffering is known and where she will peacefully await the sounding of the trump which will ushor in the glad reserrection morn I The Royal Is the highest grade baking powder known Actual tests show it goes OM I Hither thMMy otter brand I t wield r all hman wasa willremain ofsight suffer Ashort children I community third l w accommodate Syc more Jenny ares KIN POWDER Absolutely Pure eO NEW J novA MKKO POWDER YORK t n4 t r TERMS OF SUBSOKIFTJOIT 9t00pcr Fear in Advance We are seiiing ready g made skirtsc 1 VERY 75c 81 00 125 150 2 CO and 300 We Have Selected July 8 11 12 ana 13 1 f For Special Sale Day to Close out a line of IE French Organdies gr 30c Organdies for 15c 1- 3F 25c 12 c 20c lOc 32 15c 8 c 1 MADRAS CLOTH Sets PER YD i Numerous to Mention E Come early and get first Choice These prices will not be quoted except on the days mentioned above CIXI 00 i a H H Lots of Other Bargai ns too 4t is E 0 ve JAPea a o tt tt e s vo a e THE 7JN11l6Ed1 L0rAf i1l11 6 J AJ 1AdAJd61 lA bl l d l Nothing but the purest ingredients used at Edminstons Kand3r Kitchen Richmond was one hundred years old on July 4th On that day cue hundred ago on motion of Capt John Miller Court of Quarter Ses sions the town was legally establish ed Capt Miller was the great grand father of Mr D M Lackey of this city one to the War J Raniolph Harris writes from El Dorado Ark to a friend in THE RKC orD office as follows I have this morning signed to go to war Will be in 1st Arkansas volunteers but will try and get transferred to our home regiment I very naturally want to be with the Kentucky boys but if disap pointed can fight for the old flag as well in another regiment Give my kindest regards to all inquring friends and if I never get back to old Kentucky tell Capt White to feed the pig Young to the Front Lieut Lucien Young whose mother lived in Lancaster for many years and is himself wellknown here has piled up more honors by his bravery The gallant lieutenant commands a little boat named the vllist lIe was sent with several other small crafts by Admiral Sampson to Manganillo to destroy four Spanish gunboats which the Admiral had been informed were lying in that harbor Instead of find ing only that array of fighting craft they encountered in cresent forma tion nine vessels including a torpsdc boat and a cruiser They also found themselves flanked by land batteries and armed pontoons while a heavy battery of field artillery was in posi tion on the water front to aid in warm the reception of Sampsons vessels The Americans pitched in anyway The Hist was hit 11 times but the plucky little craft withstood the heavy fire gallantly During the engagement the American vessels in sinking two of the Spanish gunboats one sloop and one pontoon Tiey also disabled the enemys torpe do boat did much damage to several of the gunboats in the harbor and made a marked impressisn on the Spanish land batteries As soon as the Mist and Wampatuck d that the Hornet was disabled their captains decided that it would be use less to such a su perior enemy Accordingly the Wam patuck hastened to the rescue of the Hornet t ic Hist meantime keeping up its sharpest fire The for merly was the Hespita is 174 feet feet has a of 472 tons Lucien making ii gears lathe succeeded displacement DRY GOODS GOISPANYMUUlUIUiUUJiUUfi REPORTED KILLED Several Papers Say Cajit AV C McVar laiiil was at Santiago A report of the battle at San Juan Hill one of the strongest the Amti icans encountered say Captain W C MeFarland was killed in the battle He is a brotherinlaw of the editor of this paper and has many warm friends here Other reports published in the Enquirer CourierJournal and larger papers say he is only wounded in the leg The latter report is the correct one as the battle took place last Saturday and all the regi mental officers being acquainted with Capt MctarlamVs family and know hug their ad dress would certainly have informed them had he been killed Capt MeFarland is a very large man and a shot from a rfla striking the bone of hisleg would certainly cause him to falL As the company was making a mad rush to the front the supposition is they ran over their lead er thinking him dead The telegram saysThe charge was the of the day and the most important for the iiill was the chief deense overlooking Santiago General Hawkins callea upon our men to enarge The Spanish tire seemed irresistible but the men did not flinch With yells up the hill The merciless shells tore gaps in their ranks but on they went inspired by General and other ollie rs Company E of the Sixteenth was in front Captain McFarland was killed in the moments of the rush His a moment and then Carey jumped into the lead rind yelled Come on company El The company dashed on few minutes later Lieutenant Carey was killed None of the men seemed to realize the errific deadly fire that was being joured into their faces On they went like demons His wife and son who are in New York have heard nothing whatever Capt McFarland The belief f the family is that he was wounded ind fell his company in the great ex citement and rush going on over him A cable has been sent to Cuba bnt at his hour no answer has been received LATER Just as we go to press a telegram reports McFarlaou alive LANCASTER PEOPLE gle at Santiago W C McFarland Co E IGth Infantry Licut Lucien Young Commanding the lUst W D Dunlap Troop C Gth Cavalry Tom Aldridge Troop C Gth Cavalry acceptedas Hawkins companywavered buts rom I Who are Now Taking Part In the 1 f killed charged r Strus A T r 4 CENTRAL RECORD WEEK BY JOVIS lANDRA3r Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY EVERY rEm ON IN ADVANCE 100 Six MONTHS TUREE 25 K TEAR d1 FRIDAY JulyS 1898 FOR CONGRESS McCEEARY We are authorized to announce Hon JAMES B MCCREARY Madison county a candidate for Congress In the 8th Congressional District subject to the action of the Democratic party TIIOMP3OX We announce a candidate for renomination by the Dem ocratic putty for Representative in Con gress from this the Sth district IT was believed that the war with Spain would wipe out to a great tent the foaling between the North and South It certainly has a tenden cy to do so but the old flame will to be kindled as long as are formed and kept up by those who took part in that war An ill feeling will never die out as long as it is talked about and these organiza tions only bring up recollections of Uncle Sams family quarreL We a letter enclosing a lot of blanks asking us to join the Sons of Veterans Our father enjoyed a record of which anyone would be proud but excuse us on joining the aforesaid organization If they would organize a society called the Sons of Mexican Veterans then we would work like a beaver for its The majority of those taking part in army societies these days were never near enough a battle to smell the smoke and they way they blow off and saw the air gives us an excrucia tiug pain under our old office apron Ix speaking of the various reports blaming Gov Bradley for the delay in getting the Kentucky troops to the front and for their insufficient Maj John Green Baliance the mustering officer exonerates the from all blame for this lie at taibutes the responsibility to the of the Government to supply the necessary equipment lie says the people do not understand the of equipping the volunteer army everyone connected with the organ iz ttion and equipment of the Kentucky boys had worked as faithfully as did Gov Bradley the troops would been ready TIlE army and navy is at last openly spatting at each other There has ways been great jealousy between the two arms the army up to the last few months being the upper dog Since this war began and the navy has hall opportunity its great efficien cy the army leaders have felt that their laurels were in danger quently have taken greater chances than they would otherwise have done As the whole world is made up of we suppose there is excuse for Uncle Sams boys having their share EVERYBODY who isnt there and does not know the circumstances can tell how Santiago should be taken To a man up a tree it looks like Sampson is right in wanting Morro out of the way be ore entering the harbor The castle is many feet above the harbor and as the decks of his ships are it would be suicidaVto at tempt an entrance Old Samp Knows his business IT is all well enough to close the postoilicis and banks on the Fourth of July and Christmas but we fail to see the propriety of shutting up on the other seventyfive or one hundred closing days now in vogue Some lum berheaded congressman will recommend groundhog and wash djys as appropriate closing times Tnere would be just about as much propriety in the latter as there is in some now observed TIlE determined manner in which the American soldiers walked over the Spaniards breastworks tore down their strong barbedwire fences and waded into double their number is enough to open the eyes of the entire world Our men had all odds against them but never stopped for to consider danger Many of the boys in blue fell but they died nobly and their memory will always be cherished IT is perfectly evident that was too hasty in attacking Santiago In his mad desire to win fame he opened fire on the Spanish before his artillery arrived in one place before the attacking was completely formed We very much fear this gentleman is too much irclined to place his men in jeopardy in order to advance his own personal reputation Vanity of vanities saith the Preacher all is vanity Gov BRADLEY has come out in a ter which peeles the bark off CoL Cas tleman These gentlemen are wool ing oneanother Guard and if their newspaper battle much longer pistols and will no doubt be used MR II E WOOLFOLK the gentle editor of the Danville Advocate was elected president of the Kentucky Press Association for the ensuing year a compliment well merited Bob Moore of LaFayette Ind says that for constipation he has found De Witts Little Early Risers to be par feet They never gripe Try them for stomach and liver troubles Stormes Drug Store 1m e r J D Thompson ext continue organizations received military advancement equipment Governor inability enormity 1 f muchsooner toshow vanity o unprotected doubtless moment entrenchments column over State matters continues manly e hat a eons tt one Shaft ax it toff War 415 a 1 The The past week has been full of stir ring incidents in the great war The American soldiers as we stated in last issue have continued their steady march against Santiago As the ene my was well entrenched and had the way blocked by innumerable barbed wire fences the progress of our troops has been slow The fighting of the Americans extremely bitter and shows conclusively that they are the 1 ravest men on earth They rushe I into a perfect hell of fire at each breastworks and were kiled and wounded they put the Spanish to flight and captured their postions Spanish loss is simply fearfuL The Dons fought under cover all the time and never exposed them selves only when retreating The coolness and good marksmanship of our men has been remarkable Sol diers were never required to fight un der greater difficulties than have our men The Spaniards have used the explosive and also the poisoned which shows what contemptible devils they are It must be said that they have displayed great staying qualities The fighting began in earnest Fri day Our men stormed their breast works all along the line As there were many lines of these tions the Dons were driven back from first one to another until they were completely shut up in the city of Santiago Up to this hour no regular assault has been made upon the cty but it is hourly expected The muchtalkedof fleet of Cervera which has been bottled up in Santiago harbor for several weeks made an to run the blockade of Simp sons fleet Sunday morning What the Americans did to those Spanish boats will make history which will raise an Americans hair a thousand years hence Just listen to this account of it It was about oclock Sunday morning when the flagship Maria Teresa passed under the wall of Morro Castle and steamed out to sea She was f by the Cristobal Colon Viscaya and Oquendo and last by the torpedoboat destroyers Furor and Pluton The American vessels lying ten miles off the entrance to the harbor sighted them immediately The American had no thought of anything as the Spanish fleet getting past the sunken collier Merrimac which they had been deluded into believing tually blocked the exit The signal for full speed ahead was running from bridge to engine room of every ship and the entire American fleet com menced to move in shore toward the Spanish and the great twelve and thirteeniach guns of the battleships and the smaller batteries on the other vessels fired shot after shot at long range As the ships ran in toward the shore it soon became evident that the Spaniards had not come out to make an aggressive fi ht for they turned to the eastward as soon as they had cleared the harbor and started on their race for safety at the same time sending answering shots at the Ameri can ships as fast as the men could load and fire the guns The Brooklyn Texas Oregon and Iowa were nearer the SpaniarJs than any others of the American vessels but still most of them were too far away to get an effective range They crowd ed on all steam however in prepara tion for the chase never stopping their fire for one moment For an hour or two they followed the flying Spaniards westward along the shore line sending shot after shot into their blazing hulls tearing great holes in heir steel sides and covering their decks with the blood of the killed and the wounded At no time did the Spaniards show any indication that they intended to do otherwise than fight to the last They showed no nals to surrender even when ships commenced to sink and the great clouds of smoke pouring from their sides showed they were on fire They turned the heads of their ships the shore less than a mile away ran them on the beach and rocks where their destruction was soon com pleted The officers and men onboard then escaped to the shores as well as they could with the assistance boats sent from the American menof then threw themselves upon the mercy of their captors The Amer icans not only extended to them the gracious hand of chivalry but sent guard to protect them from the mur derous bands of Cuban soldiers hiding in the bush on the hillside eager to rush down and the unarmed defeated but valorous foe During the entire fight none of American ships were injured one killed was Chief Yeoman Ellis the Brooklyn Only ten of our min were injured Out of the 243 men examined for the Fourth regiment only 25 have been rejected Quite a good showing for mountain boys Secretary Alger will send to a recommendation that legisla tive authority be given to the Presi dent to enlist 25000 negro soldiers for the volunteer army in the event he deems it necessary to increase the pre sent fighting force Many desertilous are reported from all the companies stationed at Bell county had a full quota althoughmany the bullets however forti fica attempt Infanta 1cruisers Massachusetts Ida at ack oft eethe Congress Lexington lees bacn follottin ni effe s the tows a tvar and ti Ti ed n i PlantersI CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic Neuralgia and Toothache in five minutes Sour Stomach and Summer Complaints Price 25 Ccnta the examination but may have to recruit again before mustering Most of the clothing has arrived but none of the equipments will he issued until it all arrives The American troops 2500 in on three transports convoyed by Charleston arrived at Manila June 30 and began disembarking at Cavite next day They brought to Cavite as a prisoner the Spanish Governor of Lndrone Islands A was at Ladrone Islands An order reachei Gen Brooke at Chickamauga Sunday to designate about 29000 men for immediate depart ure to the South It is believed he has selected the First division of the First corps and two brigades of the Second division These include the First and Third Kentucky regiments When the news of the disaster to the Spanish fleet reached the soldiers Santiago which was during the trot the regimental band that had managed to keep its instruments on the line played The Star Span gled Banner and Therell Ba a Hot In the Old Town Tonight The men cheered from one end of the line to the other E C flouts of Lewisville Texas writes that one box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve was worth 30000 to him t cured his piles of ten lIe advises others to try it It also cures eczema skin diseases and obstinate sores Stormes Drug Store 1m The Wolf News Bureau has issued an official denial of the stateman that Germany France Russia have reached an understanding relative to the Phil ippine island and tint an internatio nal congress will be held when the SpanishAmerican war is over similar to the Berlin congress of ISiS so far is concerned The statement thus denied was in the Frankfurter Z itung In speaking of the war Sam Jones great evaugelist says I think i the negotiations had been handled with proper religious spirit war woulc hava been avoided Now that we are in it however we should lick Spain out of her boots If we do it we save us licking her again and maybe some other nations It will not do to stop until Spain gives up all her pos sessions and agrees to be decent like other nations Cure produces immediate results When taken early prevents cousumr tion And in later stages it prompt relief Stormes Store 1m The 4th Kentucky staff officers are Col David G Colson Lieutenant Col oncl David R Murray Majors Morrow W H Collier Surgeon Major II G Kenyon Assistant Surgeons Ben L Brcaer and John C Lewis Quarter master Geo W Albrecht John Stamper Charles Baldrick Regi ment Adjutant James Carroll Ser geant Major and P C Brashear Quartermaster Sergeant The Chesapeake and Ohio tendered to the war department the fleet of fine steamers owned by that company between Newport News and Eu rope at the actual cost of the vessels with provisions for restoring them to the company when the department has no further need of them at a fig ure that would be eminently reasona ble There are seven of these ships They are of steel and of about 8000 tons gross burden Persons troubled with diarrhoea will be interested in the experience of Mr W M Bush clerk of Hotel Dorrance Providence R I He says For sev eral years I have been almost a con stant sufferer from diarrhoea the quent attacks completely prostrating me and rendering me unfit for my duties at this hotel About two years ago a traveling salesman kindly gave me a small bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Much to my surprise and delight its effects were immediate Whenever I felt symptoms of the disease I would fortify myself against the attack with a few doses of this valuable remedy The result has been very satisfactory and almost complete relief from the affliction For sale by R E McRob 1m Chickamauga dispatch to the En quirer says it is believed that the Sec ond Kentucky will get orders to move with the First Corps This an order came from Gen Wade to Inspector Gen David Vickers to inspect the regiment in detail The regiment was at drill It was called in and the men put in heavy march order Maj Vickers with CoL examined and his outfit minutely and at the conclusion the inspector turned to Col Gaither saying Gaither you have as fine a regimentas there is in Camp Thomas and I shall so report to Corps Head quarters D j not fail to keep the roost poles will oiled with coal oil it will aid in exterminating the lice not crowd those young that you are expecting to keep layers but aim to keep them steadily More than 40000000 pounds of chew ing tobacco were manufactured in Louisville last year and over 3000 men women and boys are employed in the process As catch crops buckwheat or Hun garian grass may be sown as late as July 4th These crops have bath a market value or if a market is not accessible they may be put to good use on the farm Where peach trees are not pruned long slender branches form and these fruit mainly at their outer The tree will bear fruit if properly distributed and it will be more perfect That peach trees should be left to grow at will is an outgrown idea for B D pass the the the garrison left Time 1 ears published th will byefurni- shes Drug Chaplain- c plying fr igerts irA rdmorning ofGaither everyman toends 1 Ii number gi surrounding standing Germany Sam eDo pulls f growin much o 3 f i MARKSBURY Uncle Sammy Johnson is quite low with flux Mrs II D Aldridge has been sick several days Mrs Miriam Pesters is visiting her brother T I Herring Joe IIughes is quite ill at this writing A prominent widower of Nicholasville is one of our nicest ladies Miss Hacklcy of Georgetown visited her uncle J C Boner last week L Hughes hLs recovered from several days sickness Misses Mriam of Louisville and Hallie Rice of Lower are visiting Miss Herring this week Mrs Susan Johnson returned to her home in Saturday after spending several days with friends and relatives in thrs vicinity Misses Lillie Sutton accom panied by Ebb Dickerson of Buckeye visited Crab Orchard Sunday and at tended the picnic at Green Briar Mon day July 4th Mrs W M Kuyken dall accompanied by her daughters Miss Mary and little Miss Myrtle are visiting friends and relatives in Mt Washington this week The young folks of this community took of the beautiful moonlight eve uings and stormed Miss Hallie Friday evening in honor of her guests Misses Alta and Lottie Bettis also Miss Lullie Sutton Saturday Messrs Frank Johnson Henry and Miss Jennie Johnson of Miss Alta Bettis of Bards town Misses Hallie Herring and Lot tie Bettis of Lancaster Messrs Hugh Kuykendall and Everett Parks o Bryantsville were entertained at H Aldridbes Sunday Oar baby has been continually troubled with colic and cholera in fantum since his birth and all that we could do for him did not seem to give more than temporary relief we tried Chamberlains Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy Since giving that remedy he has not troubled We want to give you this testimonial as an evidence of our not that you need it to adver tise pour meritorious M Law Keokuk Iowa For sale by R E McRoberts 1m MCCREARY Mrs J A Amon opened school at Scotts Fork Monday Lish Forbes sold to W H Sebastian- a young mare for 00 The friends of Sheriff J B Saunders and wife regret to learn they move this week to Lancaster The rain here Monday was harder than has been for sometime streams getting so high as to cause a great deal of damage to farmers T C Gulley went to Cincinnati last week Misses Relda Layton and Eve ree Bradshaw spent last week with Mrs W B Bradshaw near Marksbu ry Miss Zilla Gulley spent last week with her aunt Mrs Dave Anderson Miss Eva Jones was the guest of Mrs Davis Sutton last week Mr A S Jennings and little Cleo are visiting relatives in Spencer county Misses Nora Saunders and Ollie IIackle3r of Kirksville were the guests of MissesJennie and Carrie Bal din last week Miss Stella Broaddus accompanied by R L Warner visited friends in Madison last week Miss Minnie Pherigo is spending this week with Sallie B Ray at Buckeye Lura Layton and Bettie Broaddus of Madison are the guests of Mrs John Walker Thousands of persons have been of piles by using De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It heals promptly and cures eczema and all skin diseases gives immediate relief Stormes 1m FLATWOOD W n Furr bought 12 sheep and 5 lambs from J C Fox W IL Furr lost a good work mare a few days ago from unknown causes She commenced bleeding at the nose and died in less than half an hour She left a young mule colt Misses Ella and Dody Spangle from near Crab Orchard and Miss Joan Gashwilder spent Friday and Friday night with W H Furr and family Misses Mattie Nannie and Maggie McCarly of Sweeny and Miss Jennie Perkins of Marksbury spent Thursday with Miss Sallie and Ocie Dudderar Mr Spantrle spent Sunday at Flaattwood f calling- on Maggie advantage Herring evening Williams Bur in until Cholera gratitude remedyG andMrs cured Drug- Store IV Herring Gar ard Sallie Burn bee U daught Miss e L M Crutchfield sold a plug mare for S250 Clay Fowler sold 12 cattle to Coley J Gulley for 325 Win a yoke of oxen to j Coley Gulley for 102 50 C Mrs Mattie Land and Mr George Grow are on the sick list L M Crutchfijld sold to J Bourne one now at SSO per hundred Mrs Nelson Dean and Miss Minnie Ilardiu are very low with typhod fever Mose Kin has returned from the Lexington Asylum very much Mr and Mrs Wm Moberley are re on the 2Gth ult o Mrs Amon of McCreary began the public school at Scotts Fork with ve ry good attendance Monday The people here worked the Sugar C Creek road Saturday which was need ed very much it was almost past trav eling J Misses Mattie and Pearl Saunders enteriained at their home in honor of v their guests Misses Alpha and Uettie Brooks and Iva Scott of Little Hick man and a number of other friends Wednesday night Mrs 1eachie Grow anl Mrs T L Saunders and little daughter Peachie Mae were the guests Mrs Meade j Teater Monday Misses Mattie and Pearl Saunders spent last Monday with Miss Blanche MitchelL Mr and 1 Mrs Fain were the guests of T L Saunders and family Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm Scott and little son George of Little Ilickman were the guests of his sister Mrs Peachia Grow Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Mat Folger spent Sunduy with Mrs Sarah Duncan of ML Hebron Mrs Peachie Grow spent Sunday night with her sister Mrs Mary A Saunders Mrs Luther Raney and family spent S iturday night and Sunday with MaL Carter and Wolford Kaneys families of Buckeye L M Crutchfield and wie visited T L Saunders and fam ly Sunday Priceless Pain FIlIP STONE cf S Teater soIl r 1 uicing over the arrival of a fine bey r fj of improved c If a price can be on pain Mothers Priend its weight in as an allevi ator wife more in ten minutes with either of her other two children than she did al together with her last haying previously used ef Mothers It a to any one expecting to become a mother says a customer Thus writes Henderson Dale Druggist of Carmi Ill to the Bradfield Company of Atlanta Ga the proprie tors and manufacturers of Mothers Friend This successful remedy is not one of the internal medicines ad vertised to do unreasonable but a scientifically prepared liniment especially effective and bear the severest strains of childbirth The liniment may be used at any and all times during pregnancy to the hour confinement earlier it and the longer used the more perfect will be the result but it has been the last month only with great benefit and success It not only shortens labor and lessens the pain attending it but greatly danger to life of both mother and child the mother in a con dition more favorable to speedy Mothers Friend is by druggists at 100 or sent by express on receipt Valuable book for women Before Baby is Born sent free on applicationT- HE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga Skin Diseases For the speedy and permanent cure of fetter salt rheum and eczema Cham berlains Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal It relieves the and smarting almost instantly anl its continued use effects a permanent cure It also cures itch barbers itch chapped hands chronic sore eyes and granulated lids Dr Condition Powders for horses are the best tonic blood purifier Price 25 cents Soldby R E McRoberts Druggist Lancaster Regulator- r to those parts ofwomans organism which esvery dim in recovery- It Ie itching scald head sore nipples itching piles andvermifuge s o i Cad s g PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH Mastic Mixed Paint OR THE BEST BRANDS OF White Lead and Oil We are Glad to Sell Either MoROBERTS DRUG STORE Orders taken for all Foreign or Domestic Magizines or Newspapers KENTUCKY BURNSIDE KY 3rd SESSION BEGINS SEPT 8th Full Faculty of five Experienced teachers All College graduates Enrollment last year 105 Excellent Courses offered in Latin Greek German French English Mathematics Science History Music Ora tory and Physical Culture TERMS moderate BOARDING DE PARTMENT could be for Comfort and Convenience For particulars and catalogue address the Principal DOLLEY H A TNVI War m J Jtl lilLilJtJD lj wi hed JAMES C c t t t all that trta st i SCAEED UP fiU Thats what they are but its too late now to come down in prices The people are no fools by any means and daily ask p MADE THEM CHARE SUCH HIGH PRICES BEFORE THE BLUE GRASS GROCERY CAME Thats a hard nut to crack for em They may say goods cost less Nit On the contrary War Taxes have realy increas ed cost of goods all around Trade with those that benefit you by giving you lowest pri ces without being pushed to do so by enterprising competition For this week we offer our Choice or Imperial flour at 55c per 24lb sack Its a dandy and you will like it Coal Oil at gc gallon and other goods accordingly BLUE GRASS GROCERY GO P BROWN MGR E W Lillard Jno EStcnt Halt tff g HsfM Stationery Paints Oils Etc KENTUCKY f HATs b rJ W m E PH 11 t t toJfP Lurav St071J I LE A 0 I N G 0 RUG GIS T S ti ll I DANVILLE 5 t k o i d lI i1 9 i OiI GO X t ORGANIZED 1883 NATIONAL BANK OF LANCA3TEB FT Capital Surplus Fund 10OOOO 15OOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed J M HiaaiNEOTHAM President LEWIS Y LKAVELL VicePresident- B F HCDSOS Cashier NY O EIQNEY Assistant Caslir- CD WALKEH Bookkeeper DIRECTORS J M HlGQINBOTHAM LEWIS JS JOHNSON TM ARNOLD H C ARNOLD JB B F HUDSON JJ WALKER JACOB Y ROBINSON CIT N YLEAVELL ALEX GIRBS NATIONAL BANK Z493 THE Danville Ky PLEASURE TO LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE ON US TRUNKS WE WANT TO SEE YOU Whether You Buy Or OOO o CALDWELL ZANIER CATIL and VALISES Not I srioisla9 SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE Co OF NEW YORK Robinson Office over Post Office KENTUCKY NEW LIVERY I have purchased the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice Special attention given Commercial Travelers x RICE BENGE Bring us your Job Printing FIRE 111 LIFl INSURANCE j Hamilton Agts LiCn R tie I I J sf I t fQ it CAPITAL 20000000 OF 1 SURPLUS 650000 LANCASTER ICY A R DENNY President JNO E STOEMES Vice President WMn KINNAIBD Cashier t J l 8 CDENNY Assistant Cashr J F ROBINSON JB Bookkeeper I B T EMBRY Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson Saml D Cochran Jno E Stormes W H LACKEY Successor to Lackey Gulley FirstClasIIFBRV HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MAN Y S BEAZLEY DENTISTk Teeth filled and extracted wit NOTICE TO CREDITORS AH persons themselves lndebt6St9 the estsic of the late 8 ONeal will call and settle with Hobble and greatly oblige me M Y ONEAL Apr 25 3 Administratrix I I I I I II I I Ia II 111111 IIIIIIE BridgeWork Lancaster l Dr W L F Ot140iw0ooppp0 o S i knowing please 1 II IF Jj WE ARE READY FOR IT WE ARE SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN SB SOUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED Toll SsuTred Times OverSome of our 12 1350 1500 and 1650 Suits now for 1 0 NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH BARGAINS BE OFFERED Fine Straw Hats 50c on 100 Negligee Shirts Stacy Adams Fine Shoes Suits made to order in Danville COME AND SEE OUR SUITIWCS AND WORK 110 w3 T3D ZE IE2ESSZbTCK J L Frohnian Co Telephone 136 r FOR CERTAIlrm o SHOP IIIIIiI T H E G L 0B E uLI Danville Ky is WARt CLEAN G I P Always this time of the desire is to get rid of in line whether i cost or not customers always reap a great benefit This time my bar gains will GREATER THAN EVERso first coming will get the Cream All goods in the mil linery line go in this sale MIfcS MOODY HARDEN FUL CLE ZG SflLE WOlNDE1I f r l ts CENTRAL RECORD PERSONAL Mrs Theodore Currey is visiting rel atives in Richmond Mrs J K Stormes is visiting rela tives in Nicholasville Miss Bertha Burnside is visiting friends near MeCreary Leslie Ilermlon has accepted a posi tion with II B Northcott Henry Simpson has taken a place as Logan Robinson Mr D M Lackey is spending few days with friends in Richmond Mrs R II Batson entertained few friends at tea Tuesday evening Miss Nannie Gaines is visiting Mifs Ruth Williams in Campbellsville J M Logan has returned from sec eral days visit to Miadlesborough Mr II B Northcott has returned from a visit to relatives in Newport Miss Kingman of Louisville has been the guest of Miss Bessie liaison E L Perkins of Lower Garrard is clerking in the Blue Grass grocery Misses Nellie Marrs and Maggie Tomlinson visited Danville Tuesday Miss Jennie Perkins of Marksbury spent a few days this week in this cityMaster E twin and little Miss Mattie B Norris have returned home from Jellico Little Miss Nell Warren of Stan ford is yisiting her aunt Miss Jennie DuncanMaster Willie Pumphrey is visiting his sister Mrs Hallic Xankersley of Madison Mrs Mary Engleman of Lexington is expected this week to visit Mrs Eliza Farris Mrs Sam Lackey and children of Paint Lick spent Monday with Mrs D M Lackey Miss Jennie Perkins of Lower Gar rard has been the guest of the family of J 1C West Mr Cicero Trice after rcvcral days visit to relatives here returned to Winchester Misses Maude A Best and Bottle L Arnold are visiting their aunt Mrs C M Norris this week Miss Theo of Lancaster is visiting Mr and Mrs Fisher Gaines Crab JiOrchard Springs A COOL 5 EXHILARATING I RESTFUL c ffl AMUSEMENTS t GOOD LIVING For terms address Gus Hofmann Propr I FRIDAY 8 i- L o- JL clerkwith A Monday gsa rl 1 ry y yNOW l f MUSIC c5 d 200 I j J 5 3 3 r July I I898o- oooaaoooooooaoaoaaaaaoaooa aaooosaa caoaacast oas o0ooao r F C l I i 1 I OPEN k 1 s 1 S K-I f N y a S Danville Advocate Prof U S Gowen is in Washington this week attending the National Teachers Association Miss Slellie Hopper of Ilustonville is visiting her aunt Miss Jane on Richmond avenue Miss Frauky Djty has home from an extensive visit to and friends in Richmond Miss Lucy Ballard returned Satur day from where she has been visiting for several weeks Mrs II Blankenhips of St Charier Mo is visiting her brother V J Romans on Richmond street Mr M A Archer and bride have re turned from their bridal tour gad have taken rooms at Mr Tom Austins Miss Eliza Lusk is spending a week al a camping party given by her brother George D at Oregon Ky Mr John Shea the popular merch ant tailor has been spending few days with his daughter in Louisville Messrs Frank Marksbury and Fred Frisby attended the party givea by Miss Fauleoaer in Danville Tuesday eyeuing Messrs W J and McKee Kinnaird of Middlesborough were here to the funeral of their sister Mrs William Herndon Pretty little Miss Theo Hemphill will entertain a number of her young friends Wednesday evening it being her twelfth birthday Misses Anne Royston and Margaret Murphy leave Friday for Lake Chan X Y where they will spend a month or six weeks Elder George Gowen let this week for an extended trip through the East lie will preach Sunday at a prominent church in Washington Miss Knapp West left Wednesday for Washington D C to visit her brother Robt West and to attend the National Education Conventional Mesdames Martha ONeal and L F Hubble leave today for several weeks visit to relatives and friends in Verc na Ky their old home Messrs and Mesdames Joe L Jarvis of Hedgeville Gadberry of Danville Robt G May of Rollins visited the family of W 15 Jarvis this week We are glad to see Rice Benge able to get about after his long suffering with a broken leg mention was made at the time in this paper Dr Myers of Crap Orchard was charge of Dr IJeazleys office while the latter with wife and Master Eu gene are enjoying a weeks stay in Crab Orchard Miss Nellie Paths left Wednesday to and Lawrenceburg but will return in time to open school at the Walker School house the first Monday in Aug Messrs J II and J Russell are visiting their mother Mrs Jarvis near town The former accompained by Misses Rosa Ellis and Carrie Pipes and the latter by his wife and three childrenMisses Bessie BurnsidoLettie Brown Bessie Webb of Lexington and Peat Burdside of Stanford are spending the week with Miss Allie Anderson Ihis bevy of beauties call themselves the Moving houseparty- The following party left Wednesday for Washington Lake Chautauqua and othereastern cities Mrs Geo Robin son Misses Margaret Hacklev Anna Royston Alice and Lizzie Hudson Margaret Murphy and Lena Rigney Mrs John Anderson of Lancaster and her grandaughter Miss Marie relatives attend tau qua ofwhich visit and in Burgin lUst R p Hoper Danville relatives friends Barnes Browning of Walton avenue who is the daintiest little piece of fem ininity ever seen are daily enjoying Chautauqua especially the band con cert Lexington Argonaut Judge M D Hughes came down from Livingston and spent Sunday with home folks say Judge made a speech up there the Gerlorious Fourth If he did we venture to say no cobwebs are left on the skies over Livingston The MUdlesboro News has a lengthy writeup of the marriage of Mr Chas C Jones of Columbus Ohio and Miss Ida Householder Miss Hallie Hamilton of this city was a and wore white organdy aad bunch of carnations A report was again circulated to the effect that Capt V J Kinnaird was quite ill This we are very glad to say is without foundation He was here this week and is looking remark ably well His foot is much better and he will soon discard the brace Mr and Mrs Jas A Royston enjoy ed a reunion of their family this week Their only son Claude who had been absent for three years was here with the fond parents and loving sister Claude is with Sprague Warner Co and has a respOLS ble position lIe re turned to his post of duty Saturday Every member of the Standard Co Cincinnati from Midget DjGarmo to President Riley turned out last week to entertain the editors visiting their city They cartainly cucceeded too and the boys will al ways remember their kindness This firm is one of the fairest and squarest- we have ever had dealings with Their goods are A No 1 prices right and what they tell you is just that way Success to the Standard A great many people will remember Luis Picher who with Cpt Sam M Boone in 157o held the devil up by the tail in the biggest temperance meeting ever here We met Mr Pucker at the Press eiation at Cincinnati Friday He is publishing the Nicholabville and has one of the best papers in the State lie asked about many Lan caster people and remembers with pleasure his stay here Miss Mary Burnside entertained Friday evening at a pink and white tea Elegant refreshments were ed All enjoyed the evening very much The following were guests Misses Alberta Anderson Julia Mae Gaines Florence Harris Mabel Maggie Tomlinson Pearl Hoi combe of Ellzibathtown Stephens of Louisville Messrs Sauflay Hughes Kobert E Henry Fisher Herring Gaiees Fred Frisbic and Claude Royston Chicago Letter from Will Duiilap Mrs B F Walter has received a from her son Will Dunlap who is in the Cth Cavalry at Santiago The letter is dated At sea near Santiago June 21 He was on the steamship Rio Grande lIe says they were a week in making the voyage and laid on the t ansports a week before leaving Tarn pa The fleet was composed of thirty two transports and fiteen war vessels We came up in front of Santiago yes terday and stopped about ten miles out from entrance to the harbor where Sampson and chleys fleets have the Spanish fleet bottled up The entrance to the harbor is very narrow where the jlerrimac blocks the entrance Just outside is sixteen battleships cruisers torpe lo boats etc The ones that came with us make 82 war ves sels here in all On the brow of the mountains to the right of the entrance frowns Morro Castle which I saw the ships bombard yesterd ty We laid where we were all yesterday while dispatch boats flaw around through the fleet to Sampsons flag ship they demanded a surrender of the Spanish fleet which was refused then came to us to get further out to so which we immediately did Then the fun began I had a plain view of the whole affair from the Two vesssls on the right up with broadsides then the whole line of ships opened fire on the which were blown to atoms in half an houio time We do not know what day we will make a land ingTom Aldridge is also with the troops but it is not known what troop he is in Dunlap is troop C nth Cavalry Christy bridesmaid carrieda Pap r Lan caste hed Democrat Roys- ton Edwin of letter Friday Orders masthead opened fortifications icy C Ass serv W The Press Association The Kentucky ress Association met at Cincinnati Frld y morning About one hunIred and twentyfive papers were represented The object of this association is to exchange ideas discuss the many ups and downs of Kentucky newspaper work and at the conclusion of the business part of the piojram take a few days wellearned The farmer has his rainy days in which to rest the banker works from U A M to 330 r M the has his clerks to hand out goods and receive the money the lawyer has his office hours but a country troubles never cease for even a breathing spelL Soma people say its easy to run a paper but they simply dont know what they are talking about The meeting at Cincinnati was held at the Palace Hotel This excellent hostelry is stuated on Sixth and Vine streets ck from Foun tain Square It is managed by Mr II Maxwell The rater are 3 per day and the fare is as the most fastidious could desire Robt E Lee head clerk sees to it that the want of guests are well looked after Manager Maxwell treated the press boys in royal style and each resolved to the Palace his headquarters in future waits to the Queen City On Friday afternoon the Citizens Committee of the G A R encampment came to the Palace with live large elegant palace trolley excursion cars and took the boys and the ladies to all points of interest The jological Gardens were several hours spent in looking at the many interesting sights Here an lunch was spread the G A R committee extended their welcome to the pencil pushers and lion J Stod dard Johnston replied on behalf of the association After several more hours spent in riding over the hill tops and city the gang returned to the Palace for supper and at night visited the Lagoon on the invitation of Sena tor Goble At 4 oclock Saturday morning the editors left over the C H D railroad for Detroit where they took a steamer for Macinac Island They will return to Cincinnati night The trip over as elegant a road as the C II D was one which made us yearn to go but matters at home principally delinquent subscri hers prevented The Association organization which more for than pleasure They discuss many matters of importance both to themselves and the public Nothing is ever said of delinquent subscribers as it is understood that anything short cf fire and brimstone will not move them Nearly every Kentucky newspaper man was pros ent from the old war horse Cot Crad dock down to the trade and fraterni ty journals men A better lot of peo ple we never before had the pleasure to meet witlL They were out for and fun and that they had plen ty of both goes without saying The Cincinnati people entertained in a manner and seemed determined to make the visit pleasant to the crowd of news gatherers who are always do ing favors and seldom if ever getting any thanks for it The election of of ficers and other business matters were to be attended to at Macinac The Cheif Burgos of Milesburg Pa says De Wilts Little Early Risers are the best pills he ever used in his fame ly during forty years of house keeping They constipation sick head ache and stomach and liver troubles Small in size but great in results Stormes Drug Store 1m Salt in Wheat If Mr II A B Marksbury succeeds in making farmers believe that lime in wheat should be used in either small or large quantities for any purpose we are sure that all experienced mil lers will be glad to see him ship same to some foreign market for we are sure we have no use7bT it here Lime is the very meanest of dirt and should never be used in wheat Millers pro test against lime in wheat and urge farmers not to use it We think his salt theory is good and if for no other purpose it adds materially to the straw as feed Especially do we b lieva ho is exactly right as to the Sack question and if he succeeds in your guility conscience when you come across sacks of other parties please send tlem in also Respectfully L G RUCKEH Paint Lick Ky res merchant one good- as make visitedand elegant Saturday is business read r business royal Lime and ver arousing t publishers bl alter Sand C C an cure s A Mistake Col Wm Green representing the L N was here today and informed THE RECORD that it was mistaken in saying no stock had been shipped over his line to Cincinnati Upon we find that since the change in running of trains was made the L N has handled from this place twen five loads of stock Mr Green also informs us that the rates from this point are exactly the same as shippers get from Danville He says further more that the L N will meet any rite given and will guarantee as gocd service and rates as shippers can get at other points It is not reasonable to think that as great a road as the L N will be underbidden Their stock service from this branch to Cin cinnati is now better than it ever was before Stock leaves here late in the evening and is carried all the way through during the night while it is cool landing them in the city in ample time for the sales The L N can always be counted upon to do the proper thing and shippers will do well to look into all the facts before jump ing at conclusions George A PortwooJ was sentenced to be hung at Lexington on Friday September 9 for the killm r of Dick An appeal before the court of appeals will be prosecuted- All the E iglish and four German pa pers morning and evening of Chicago suspended publication Friday owning to the unwillingness to pay stereot pers four dollars a day They expect to by Tuesday Steamer New England arrived at Seattle from St Michaels with twenty miners from Dawson City They brought 17 000 in gold dust and drafts making an aggregate of half a million dollars LANCASTER TELEPHONE Business Houses in town that have Tel ephones Xumhurs 01 M A Archer butcher A Barton grocery Patterson coal office A Beazley Furniture c 45 RC3 Beuge Livery Stable J W Pumphrey Saddlery 95 Blue Grass Grocery 4 Central Recjrd 2 T IS Citizens Bank 77 Electric Light Station 5 T S E kin Butcher Grocery R Ilaselden Hardware C Ilempiill Broker Tailor c 32 J Joseph Dry Goods OS Leavell Planing Mill Coal office Grain Dealer 75 Lancaster Hotel 45 W II Lackey Livery Stable 92 Logan Rubinson Boots and Shoes 91 Logan Dry Goods Company 07 Mason Hotel E MeRoberts Druggist 70 J W Miller Old Pilgrimage Dis tillery 13 Northcott Commission Merchants 31 National Bank of Lancaster 82 C D Powell General SOl 25 W J Romans Carriage Co 12 R A Stone Grocery 39 J E Stormes Druggist 17 Jesse Sweeney Dry Goods 10 J Thompson Jewelry 09 Ward Mller Flouring and Plain ing Mills Cut this out and paste in your direc tory for ready reference Every business house in town should have telephonic connections Consult Jesse Walden or Herbert Kinnaird if you want your house wired for a phone 2t QUEEN CRESCEFT Low Kates American Library Association Lake wood Lake Chautauqua N Y 215j 1818 Instructors of the Deaf Columbus 0 July 1808 East Tennessee riG Society Knoxville Tenn Sep tenfber 08 1898 Agents in see only will sell Meeting of the G U O O F KyJuly 1214 1S98 Agents in y only will sell Tobacco Growers Conven tion Lousville Ivy July 1314 1898 Agents in Kentucky only will sell Annual Knights and Daughters of Tabor c of Ken tucky Hopkinsville Ky 2029 1898 Agents in Kentucky only will sell State Lodge U R S M T Cynthiana Ky August 912 1898 Agents in Kentucky wll sell Tenth National Congregational Churches Portland July 712 1893 k Pit kn resume EXCHANGE a their 5J 9J 47G 49J 53J Mar tsblry 55It Ce j Shelb S sson Councilof I investing National S3i Gaines S C C C Jul 2S August enncs Fan onl I Y d I have just received a new lot of I iiUU Ul LADIES SLIPPERS at SEDUCED PRICE E TERMS CASH Collars Wai t S t ann CALL AND INSPECT IY LINE WB SH J W Lathes Belts Pills TAKE FLAU IN OVflN0I PREACHERSVILLE We had a very fine rain here Mon dayRev Mahoney will preach here next SundayA sold a nice calf this week for 75 James Roges sold a horse to J II Rigsby for 3250 John Cress bought 10 nice yearling steers the other day G A Siler has gone to the looking for stock People are about through laying by their corn in this vicinity Will Elmoivi traded a mule to B Y Hob bs for a nice Alderney cow Bryant Ballard sold a nice twoyear old mare to Ross Hiatt for SCO James II Thompson has returned from with 52 iiies sheep Dave Andersons little baby that has been very sick for some time is about wellJ F Payne and sister Miss Kate have been visiting at Mt Yernon Messrs Dave Frank and Logue took in the picnic at Brodhead Monday Rev F B Jones and wife who have boon visiting at Cartersville and Kirksville have returned home Miss Ollie Newiand has been visiting Miss Addie Cummins Sick headache biliousness and all liver and stomach troub lexicon be quickly cured by using those famous little pills known as DeWitts Little Early Risers They are to take and never gripe Stormes Drug Store 1m mountains Hol castle Thompson constipation pleasant Get One of to Roster Free Call at my store and we will I am still in the lead with BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES Goods are all fresh I can please all LANGDONS BREAD DAILY PLEASE GIVE US A TRIAL explain H 1 lYE1EALLOUI ROAD WAGONS We have on our floor two car loads of the finest and most com plete line of PHAETONS oUiliulbo HO AD WACO ITS ever shown in Lancaster Our prices are lower than can be found anywhere Our guarantee is bet ter Ve can save you from on any vehicle you buy We also have a complete line of Come and see us No trouble to show goods I J ROMS Carriap Co LANCASTER KY KWCHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall All Knights are fraternally G B SWINEBROAD CC J E ROBINSON K R S ALL WOMEN Should know that tho OM Time Remedy Buggi urri s n BUfHIES and 5 to 25OO exceedingly PAETS E fyi 9 1 f visiting incited Is the best for Female TrimMes Corrects nil Irregularities In female Organs Should be I taken of Life and before ChildBIrth Planters UIJ Tim RemsUes leave stood the I test for twenty years I Made only by Now Spencer Medicine Co 1 Tennessee For sale by K EMcEoberts Lancaster for j Chanx Chattanooga I Catarrh is Not But it can not be cured by sprays washes and inhaling mixtures which reach only surface Che disease is in the blood and can only be reached through the blood S S S is the only remedy which can have any effect upon it cures the disease perma riently and forever rids the every trace of the vile complaint Hiss Josie Owen of Montpelicr Ohio 0 writes I was flitted from infancy with Catarrh and no one can know the suffering it produces better than I The sprays and washes prescribed by the doc tors relieved me only temporarily and though I used them lf I constantly for ten years the disease had a firmer hold than ever I tried a number of blood remedies but their mineral ingredients settled in my bones and gave me rheumatism I was in a lamentable and after ex treatment Seeing S S S advertised as a cure for blood diseases I decided to try it As soon as my system was under the effect of the medicine I began to improve and after taking it for to months I was cured completely the dreadful disease was eradicated from my sys tern and I have had no return of it Many have been taking local trent inent for years and themselves worse now than ever A trial of llaustlng all condition incursblc sss1 The of Blood will prove it to be the right remedy for Catarrh It will cure the most ol stinite case Books mailed free to any address by Swift Specific Co A FARM AND STOCK NOTES 5000 bushels corn wanted jwill give one dollar and seventy Jive cents per barrel for 1000 bar rels of corn delivered at the Pil grimace Distillery Jno W Miller Mgr Miss Alice Rout sold two nice heif ers to J T Dunn for 15 1Uets I will graze 40 or 50 cattle cheap Will have plenty of good water Tom Adam Uryantsville Ivy it J Ii2rc was very little difference be tweet the price of top cattle a ago and today This shows that good tattle always bring a 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also cures eczema and all skin diseases Stormes Drug Store im- MKICEU ITKMS E W Lyen has sold 700 bushels of this years crop 0 wheat at 02 cents Saunders Co fraught 19 yearling cattle at Lawrence burg at 22 a head We are told that there will be only a half wheat crop in the Dixville neighborhood Man3 farmers are buying lumber and will build grancrlcs to store their wheat for a better price Mr F D Spots wood has sold for Woolburn Farm to Messrs Grossman and Lock Germany a promising fouryearold trotting stallion by Expedition dam Heliotrope by 1rinceps Democrat y 2 a it c of t ear the P l n I aooooodoooooaodoooocoooaooooaoooa R aooeooooo00000000000ooooaaoooooaa y I six Sa r ty lye tin FOR ALL WOMEN JqiHETEOTHS Of all the pain andsicknessfrom which women suffer Is caused by weakness or derangement In the organs of menstruationNearly ly of when a woman Is not well these organs are affected But when they are strong and healthy a woman Is very seldom sick her teens the young wife with and and the woman approaching the period known as Change of Life They all need it They arc all benefitted by it For advice in cases requiring special the Ladles Department The Chattanooga Chattt nooe THOS J COOPER Tupelo Mist says My sister suffered from very Irregular and painful menstruation her Wine of Cardul entirely cured and also mithrough the Chant of a do in Win orQrdui thismaternalcares o Jff I II I M regulation domestic dlrec Ions address Life be THE SUNDAY SERVICES Hearty Congregational Sliis nfT s Helpful to Worshipers Tliel iyof the Solemn LongFaced Church Member U Past Sermon by hey T De Talmage IX1X If the people understood religion to be the practical reenforcement that Dr Talmage says it is in this sermon number of Christian disciples would be greatly multiplied Text Psalm xx S nd thee help from sanctuary If you should ask SO men what the church is they would give you SJ dif ferent answers One man would 533 Its a convention of hypocrites An other It is an assembly of people who feel themselves a great deal than others Another It is a place for gossip where wolver ine dispositions devour each oth cr Another It is a place for the cultivation of superstition and cant Another It is an arsenal where theologians go and get pikes and muskets and shot Another It is an art gallery where men go to admire grand arches and exquisite and musical warble and the Dant csqne in gloomy imagery Another man would say It is the best place on earth except my own home If I forget thee O Jerusalem tat my right hand forget her cunning Now whatever the church is my text tells you what it ought to be a great practical homely omnipotent help Send then help from the sanc pew ought to yield rest fulness for the body The color of the upholstery ought to yield pleasure to the eye The entire service ought to yield strength for the moil of everyday life The to harnessed to all the six days of the week drawing them in the right di rection The church ought to be a magnet visibly and mightily affecting all the homes of the worshipers Every man gets roughly jostled gets abused gets cut gets insulted gets slighted gets exasperated y the time the Sabbath comes he has an accumulation of six days of an uoyance and that is a starveling church service which has not strength enough to take that accumulated an noyance and hurl it into perdition The business man sits down in church headachy from the weeks engage ments Perhaps he wishes he had tar vied at home on the lounge with the newspapers and the slippers That man wants to be cooled off and gra ciously diverted The first wore of the religious service ought to dash clear over the hurricane decks and leave him dripping with holy and glad heavenly emotion Send thee help from the sanctuary In the first place sanctuary help ought to come from the music A woman dying in England persisted in singing to the last moment The tried to persuade her to stop saying it would exhaust her and make her disease worse She answered I must sing I am only practicing for the heavenly choir Music on earth is a rehearsal for music in Heaven If you and I are going to take part in that great orchestra it is high time that we were stringing and thrumming our harps They tell us that Thalberg and Gottschalk never would go into a concert until they had first in private rehearsed although they were such masters of the instrument And can be that we expect to take part in the great oratorio of heaven if we do not rehearse here But I am not speaking of the next world Sabbath song ought to set all the week to music We want not more harmony not more artistic expression but more volume in our church music The English disenting churches far surpass our American churches in this respect An English audience of 1000 people will give more volume of sacred song than an American audience people I do not know what reason is Oh you ought to have heard them sing in Surrey chapeL I had the op portunity of preaching the sary I think the ninetieth say sermon in Rowland Hills old chapel and when they lifted their voices in solemn song it was simply overwhelming and then in the of the same day in Agricultural hall many thousand voices lifted in doxology It like the voice of many waters and like the voice of many thundcrings and like the voice Heaven The blessing through all the laboring throng And Heaven was won by violence of song sow I am no worshiper of noise but 1 believe that if our American churches would with full heartiness of soul and full emphasis of voice sing the songs of Zion this part of sacred worship would have tenfold more power than it has now Why not take this part of the sacred service and lift it to wlicre it ought be All the an noyances of life might be drowned out by that sacred song Do you tell me that it is not fashionable to sing very loudly Then 1 say away with the fashion We dam back the great Mis sissippi congregational singing and let a few drops of melody trickle through the dam I say take away the dam and let the billows roar on their way to the oceanic heart of God Whether it is fashionable to sing loud or not let us sing with all possible emphasisWe a great deal of the art of singing of music as an entertainment music as a recreation It is high time we heard something of music as help a practical help In order to this we must have only a few hymns New tunes and new hymns every Sunday make poor congrega tional singing Fifty hymns are enough for fifty years The Epis copal church prays the same pray ers every Sabbath and year niter year and century after century For that reason they have hearty re sponses Let us take a hint from fact and let us sing the same Sabbath after Sabbath Only that tray can we come to the full force of this exercise twenty thou sand years will not wear out the hymns of William Cowper Charles Wesley and Isaac Watts Suppose now each person in an audience has brought all the annoyances of the last 365 days Fill the room to the ceil lug with sacred song and you would drown out all those annoyances of the last 3C5 days and you would drown them out forever Organ and cornet are only to marshal the voice Let the voice fall into line and in companies I ofthe he better fresco andstruggle Sabbathought ran attendants of OUO evening to Win 2 fustyhc snuff strut wits cr ver Planters CUBAN OIL cures Cuts Burns Bruises Rheu matism and Sores Price 25 centa and in battalions by storm take the obduracy and sin of the world If you can not sing for yourself sing for otb ers By trying to give others good cheer you will bring good cheer to your own heart When Londonderry Ireland was be sieged many years ago the people the citr were famishing and a vessel came up with provision but the vessel ran on the river bank and stuck fast The liiemy went down with laughter and derision to board sel when the vessel gave a broadside fire against the enemy and by the shock was turned back into the stream and all was well Oh ye who are high and dry on the rocks give a broadside fire of song against your spiritual enemies and by holy rebound you will come out nto the calm waters If we want to make ourselves happy we must make others happy Mythology tells us of Amphion who played lyre until the mountains were moved and the walls of Thelus arose but religion had a mightier story to tell of how Curls tiaii song way build whole temples of eternal joy and lift the into sympathy with time skies I tarried many nights in London and I used to hear the bells the small bells of the city strike the hour of night one two three rom and among them the frryat t Pauls catnc Iral wouid come in to mark the hours sounds seem ut icrly as with mighty tongue it nation the hour of the night every stroke an overmastering boom Iy fncnds it was intndod that all the lesser sounds of the world should be drowiid out in the mighty tongue congregational song eating against the jjates of Heaven Do you know how they mark the hours in leaven Tliy have no clods have no candles but a great penlulum of hallelujah across Heaven from eternity to eternity Again I remark that sanctuary help to come from the sermon Of a thousand people in any audience how want sympathetic help Do you guess a hundred Do you guess five hundred You have guessed wrong I will tell you nst the proportion Out of a thousand people in any audience there are just 1000 who sympathetic help These young peo pie want it just as much as the old The old people sometimes seem to think they have a monopoly of the rhtumatisras and the neuralgias and the headaches and the physical dis orders of the world but I tell you there are no worse heartaches than are felt by some of the young people Do you know that much of the work is done by the young Raphael died at S7 Richelieu at 31 Gustavus Adolphus lied at 3S Innocent III came to his mightiest influence at 37 Cortcz conquered Mexico at 30 Don John won Lepanto at 25 Grottos was attorney general at 4 and I have no tied amid all classes of men that some of the severest battles and the toughest work before 30 Therefore we must have our sermons and our exhortations in prayer all sympathetic with the young And so with these people further on in life What do these doctors and lawyers and merchants and care about the abstractions of religion What they want is help to Dear the whimsicalities of patients the browbeating of legal opponents the unfairness of customers who have plenty of faultfinding for every im perfection of handiwork but no praise for 20 excellencies What does the brainracked handblistered man care for Zwingles Doctrine of Original Sin Augustines Retraction You might as well go io a man who has the pleurisy and put on his side a plaster made out of Dr Parrs Treatise on iledical Jurisprudence While all of a sermon may not be helpful alike to all if it be a Christian sermon preached by a Christian inan there will be help for every one some where We into an apothecary store we see being waited on we do not complain because we do not immediately get the medicine we know our turn will come after awhile And so while all parts of a sermon not be appropriate to case if we wait prayerfully before the sermon is shall have the divine pre scription I say to young men who are going to preach the gospel We want in our sermons not more metaphysics nor more imagination nor more logic nor more profundity What we want in oursermonsand Christian exhortations is more sympathy When Father Taylor preached in the Sailors Ifcthcl of 15os ton the jack tars felt that they had help for their duties among the ratlines and forecastles When Richard Weaver preached to the operatives in Oldham Eng all the workmen felt they had more grace for the spindles When Dr South preached to pings and princes and princesses all the mighty men and women w heard him felt preparation for their high station People will not go to church merely as a matter of duty There will not next Sabbath be a hundred people in this city who will in the morn ing The Uible says go to church it is my duty to go to church therefore go to church The vast multitude of people who go to church go to church because they like it and the multitude of people who stay away from church stay away because they do not like it I am not speaking about the way the world ought to be I am speaking about the way the world is Taking things as are we must make the centripetal force of the church mightier than the centrifugal We must make our churches magnets to draw the people thereunto so man will feel uneasy if he does not go to church saying I wish I had gone this morning I wonder if I cant dress and get there in time It is 11 oclock now they are singing It is 1130 now they preaching I wonder when the folks will be home to what was said what has been going on When the impression is that our churches by by music by sociality and by sermon shall be made the most at tractive places on earth then we will want twice as many churches as we have now twice as large anjd then they will not half accommodate the peopleI to the young men who are the ministry we must put on more force more energy and into our religious services more vivacity if we want the people to come You look into a church court of any of Christians First you will find the men of large common seas and earnest look The education ol their minds the piety of their hearts the holiness of their lives qualify them for their work Then you will find in every church court of ofmelancholy his roundearth l11aldn insignificant as they suit ought roan c mes meeting mechanics go may our throughwe andsay Imust Iwill they theta tellus confirmed architecture entering denomination den t inside theses iced ing ace others getup are every J a tion a group of men who utterly amaze you with the fact that such semi imbecility can got any pulpits to preach in Those ors the men who give for lorn statistics about church decad cute Frogs utter croak in running water always in stagnant But say all Christian workers to all Sunday school teachers to all evangelists to all ministers of the gospel if we want our Sunday schools and our prayer meetings and our churches to gather the people we must freshen up The simple fact is the people are tired of the humdrum of religionists ious humdred is the worst of all You say over and over again Come to Jesus until the phrase absolutely nothing Why do you not tell them a story which will make them to Jesus in five You say that all Sunday school teachers and all evangelists and all ministers must bring their illustrations from the IJible Christ did not when He ptvacheJ The most of the Bible was written before Christs time but where did He get his illustrations Ho drew theta from the lilies from the ravens from salt from a camel from needle from yeast in the dough of bread from a mustard seed from a fishing net from debtors anl creditor That is the reason followed Christ His were so easy and so understand able Therefore my brother worker if you and I find two il lustrations for a religious subject anl one is a Bible illustration and the oth cr if outside the Bible I will tape the latter because I want to be like my Master Looking across to a hill Christ saw the city of Jerusalem Talking to the people about the co n spicuity of Christian example he said The world is looking at you be A city that is set on a hill be hid While he was speaking of the divine of Gods children a bird flew past lIe said Behold the ravens Then looking down into tha valley all covered at that season with flowers he said Consider the lilies Oh my brother Christian workers what is the use of our going swat off the other side of the earth to get an illustration when the earth and tho heavens are full of illustrations Why should we go away oft to get an illustration of the vacarious buffering of Jesus Christ when as near us as liloomfield N J two little children were walking on the railroad track and a train was coming but they were on a bridge of trestle work and the little girl took her brother and let him down through the trestle work as gently as she could toward the water very carefully and lovingly and so that he might not be hurt in the fall and might be picked up by those who wets standing near by While doing that the train struck hardly enough of her body was left to gather into a funeral casket for others Suffering for others for ethers What is the use of our going away off o find an illustration in past age whjn during the great forest fires in VijMgan a mail carrier on horseback riding on pursued by those flames which had swept over a hundred n its saw an old man by the roadside ismounted helped the old man ou the horse saying Now whip up and get away The old man got away but the mail carrier perished Just like Christ dismounting from tha glories of Heaven to put us on the way of deliverance then falling back into the flames of sacrifice for others Pang for others Woe for others Death sufferingAgain help ought to come through the prayers of all the people The door of time eternal storehouse is hung on one hinge a gold hinge the hinge of prayer and when the whole audience lay hold o that door it must come open are many people spending their first Sabbath after some great be reavement What will your prays do for them How will it help th j tomb in that mans heart Here ara people who have not been in church before for ten years what will your prajer do for them by rolling over their soul holy memories Here ara people in crises of awful temptation They arc on the verge of despair or wild blundering or theft or suicide What will your prayer do for them in the way of giving them strength to resist Will you be chiefly about the fit of the glove that you put to your forehead while 3011 prayed Will you be chiefly critical of the rhetoric of the pastors petition No No A thousand people will feel that prayer is for me and at every step of the prayer chains ought to and temples of sin ought to crash into dust and jubilee of de liverance ought to brandish their trumpets I humdrum mean com minutes multitudes illustrations Christian careful cannot car in some obscure part of history or on cautious sufferingLikeDeath her dropoff I j Ito Itch hand anxious cr GENERAL NEWS The Rockcastle Stone Co Lang ford have closed contracts in New York for several stone buiidir gs for which they will receive more than 100003 I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy in my for years and always with good results says Mr W 15 Cooper of El Rio Cal For small children we find it especially effective For sale by R E McRob erts 1m At a meeting Friday of the State Board of Prison Commissioners Eph Lillard of Jessamine county was elected Warden of the Frank ort Peni tentiary and Henry Smith of Ujwling Green Warden of the Pen tentiary Jervis Stone of Spencer connty was elected Clerk of the Frank ort Penitentiary AdjL Gen Collier in command of the Lexington Company of the Ken tacky State Guard accompanied Bob Bianks the negro ravisher to Ky 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