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J a f1t f VOLUME IX Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster JTj as Second Class Hatter cw o e entton 0 0NI1MBEl s i i Ti- S t tothR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAM Cur Public Square and Danville Avenue Ire Thinking About having a Good Roof put upon your house If you are J R Haselden will be glad to give you There is no wear out to a Good Tin Roof J aselden CoL AVG Welch Stanford W I Williams Lancaster WELSH WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky All business attended to promptly o You figures e RI f F i t i i t BEAZLEY HiffGHMAI FUNERAL DIRECTORS 9 ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky r IS 1 LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JULY 15 1818 I IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER e 000 oo 000000000 U 1- i o 0 00 0 0 e 00000000000000000 0 06o00000000044ti000000000o0o4dOPO4P000004JOh04P0000- 0a 0000000040000400000000 00000000000001 Call at Eluiinstons Kandy Kitchen Homemade Elmins tons Kandy Kitchen I The best two horse wagon on the market at G S I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn Ring 93 the Blue Grass Grocery for nice cheap groceries Prompt delis G S Gaines will not allow any to grow underbills feet Come and see lis prices Will Preach Sunday Bid George Gowen writes THE from New York that he will be home in time to fill his pulpit Sunday She examination of white teachers for certificates will be held in Super intendent Lusks office July 15 and 10 The examination of colored teachers will be held in same place on July 22 23rd Strayed or Stolen About May 13 from my place C miles from Lancaster on New Danville pike 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 The 1amuue C O Many Lancaster people took the C 0 excursions up E ist Everyone who goes this elegant line says it is the Lest they have ever traveled over The C O will run a number of ele gant excursions this summer Watch THE RECORD for announcements and take a trip which will be worth some thing to you IliistcjivilJc Fair The Stanford Journal says West E id people tell us that preparations are already being made for the IIus fair which will be held three days commencing August 10 Big pre miums will bi offered and an attract ire program and a good time is promisel all who attend The hospitality of the West Enders is pro verbial and their as us ual hang on the outside Make ar rangements to go Tu e can Gaines err ess RIc- O D morning Teachers xnllillatioll generally latchstring sat Bluer SC S tort ille I Sandbaggers are at work in Dan vlle Go to J A Beazley Co for bar gains in furniture stock ofvlrapery paper this J C Thompson All kinds fancy candies made fresh every day Kandy KitchH en The Old Reliable always on Top in quality and fuantity at the Bottom in PRICES r I JI Shape Again The Lancaster band after a Rip Van Winkle nap has pulled together again and will soon begin giving in the Park The Colored School The trustees of the Lancaster color el school elected Prof Charles P An derson as principal for the ensuing term Prof Anderson is a competent teacher and a good man for the place Fur to Fly Again A petition with the requisite num ber of signatures has been presented to the County Judge of Madison call ing for an election to be ordered in September on the Local Option ques ion in Richmond 150000 bushels of wheat deli rered at our warehouse Highest cash price paid on delivery Best lump and block Pittsburg coal Oc Salt Lime Sand Cement and farming implements C C GLASS BRO Camp Nelson Ivy Good for the toys Nearly every boy abjut tovn has found employment of some kind and tis seldom one is seen loafing aboi t the square Now if a few men who lounge about the street and stare at ladies could be made to move on twould be a great blessing for our town Hack Home Jim Wiggle and Theodore Young the colored boys who have been cook ing for the Lancaster soldiers at Chickamauga came home Saturday The company having been recruited to 103 irei it was decided to detail men to do the work Wiggle and Theodore each brought bacc a good wad of money and a welldevel oped jag Nw at Edminstion Cum Y- In anted little 1 d received week concerts enlisted Big Bargains in Shoes We have begun our annual Cut Price Sale of Shoes and Oxfords We have now on tables 125 to 150 pairs v t Ladies and Childrens Shoes and Slippers worth from 150 to 250 We are closing these goods out at 25c to 125 Get first choice Logan Robinson e V f ito 00 1 r t f 4 r r muu uuUUUU UU UU UU 1 z c i f TSIf f f 1 i mnnomurnn rnnmm nirnmm nnnnn rnnir r C k i J Best binder twine always on hand 25 to 50 per cent saved on the means a good deal to you at the Blue Grass Grocery Bourbon Steam Laundry Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry Leave your orders at Sweeneys store tf Acquitted ami IIcArrested Tol Gill was acquitted by JuJge Buraside when arraigned last week for stealing lIe was immediately re arrested on a warrrant charging him with stea hogs from Leslie Curtis White 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 Sh and continue five days Institute instructor Prof W E Lumlcy tf EUSA J LUSK Supt Honor for Parry Lieutenant John lL Pirra of the Lancaster company now at Chcka manga has been detailed as Ju Ige Advocate of the Second Regiment This position is one of prominence and John will have many questions of importance brought before him Col Gaither is a man who appreciates apt ness and hustle in a man and we would not be surprised at his landing Farra in some still more prominent ere the war is over C MKIutiainrrltMl Rev was to Miss Annie Kelley of City Colorado The has been preaching in that city for sometime and has quite a good situation He is the son of Mr and Mrs T W flied of this city lie has been ia the Baptist ministry for a number of years and is a preacher of much ability On behalf of many Lancaster friends TIIK RECORD extends congrat ulations to the happy pair Can Ge if They AVislt Scm3 one told a number of Lancas ter darkies that the Government did not want any of their race in this war and immediately several got very pat riotic For the benefit of these colored men we will say there arc several recruiting officers now at work in Kentucky and want all the ablebo they can get Lieut Johnston of the IT S Army is at Richmond this and if those to fight bleed and die will only notify him he will gladly come to Lancaster examine and swear the men here and then pay their way to the front Andrew I Tope Andrew R Pope died at his home in Boyle county Sunday evening in the Gist year of his age Mr Pope was widely connected in Garrard county The Advocate says he was born and reared in Boyle county In our late war he was a member of Captain R D Logans company of Col J W Grigs bys regiment of cavalry and was wounded in a fight at Milton Tenn a Minnie ball entering his wrist and coming out at the elbow He was a Royal Arch Mason and exceedingly fond of the order The funeral servi ces were held at New Providence Tues afternoon at three oclock burial in Bellevue cemetery The Democratic Convention A very large crowd attended the Democratic Convention Saturday It met at 3 oclock and county chairman George T Farris presided Nothing outside the usual convention routine was done until the instructions were reached It was the will of the convention to give the of Garrard to Mort Rothwell but the rub came when the question of a second choice was reached Mr Roth well wanted the delegation to go in structed for him with no second clause tacked on but some of the Me Creary men objected and some little discussion was had Mr Rothwell finally withdrew his name altogether and the delegation went instucted to vote for McCreary first last and all the time G Bright Swinebroad was secretary of the convention and Cot Joljn W Miller chairman of com mittee on resolutions Luke Sherrow and Louie Leavell two former created much enthusiasm in the convention by shaking the scales from their eyes and coming out full fledged democrats A vote of thanks was given Senator Farris for the able manner in which he represented his district in the last legislature I The Royal is the highest grade baking powder known Actual tests show it goes one third further than other bread at Gaines position TIe Chas 11 med married Colorado groom diedeoloredmen week desiring afternoon republicans ft r rug Wednesday to may b4KIN lltisoluUly RavAL bAKING POWDER co NEW YORK t Pure fn X Buy ice from Northcott and it will be delivered dailyT CourierJournal and TIlE RECORD one year for only SI 25 Take advantage of our CourierJour nal offer Ks great Nothing but fire purest ingredients at Edmiustons Kandy Kitchen Colored Fair at Danville The colore I people will hold a three days fair at Danville beginning Aug 24 h These colored fairs over there are always successful ea h rs The Colored Teachers Institute for Garrard county 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 Win D Thomas tf EWSA J Lusic Sipt A linu Crew Should the L N decide to run their passenger trains this way we hope Capt Phil Price Engineer Lammers and Expressman Rice will be retained on a run through Lancaster These men have been through here for several years and by their polite and ting manners have made many warm friends all along the line By strict attention to business they al ways are in on time and never hae an accident Our people know their good qualities and hope the L N people will let them stay with us A Great Contest The biggest brightest and best oratorical contest of the season is now being arranged to be given in this city about the middle next mouth The affair will be for the benefit of the Baptist church and is being managed by Miss Julia Reid The contest is open to any young man of ability and the prize will be a years tuition at any college in Central Kentucky the may choose The exact date of the Contest has not yet been fixed but will ba announced in next issue of TIlE RECORD Did Good Messrs J F nines and J B Pence who have been working in this neigh boyhood for Bird Dew it Hall Knox ville Nurserymen completed their la bors Monday and left for Paint Lick The interest awakened on the subject of planting and caring for fruit trees will do much good and cause more at tention to be given this important matter Messrs Lilacs and Pence are clever gentlemen and understand their business TUB RECORD bespeaks for them a good business wherever they More Fuss over Toll Gates Judge Bnrnside tells TIlE RECORD that the thirty days time for which two guards were appointed at the double gate on Richmond pike having expired a representative of the road together with a lawyer came in and wanted the guards retained The ju Ige said that in order to retain the guards an afii lavit would have to be flied stating that tie p opertj was in danger of being destroyed etc The parties then left Burnsides office and went to Stanford to see Ju Ige Sauilay learning of which Burnside also went to see the circuit judge The latter said he would hear all parties interested and set today for them to come back before him Advises to Hold Mr T J Smith Sr in an interview with a Richmond Register reports recommended that all farmers be not to sell their wheat for GO and G5 cents as the price is bound to ad vance lIe says there has been a short crop in California and other parts cf the West and that by September the market will be at 25 cents higher on the bushel lie says that farmers who havent the necessary storage room instead of selling at the low price now offered should haul their grain to town where they can get storage for it at l2c a bushel per month lIe thinks that if this advice is followed Madison county will be at least 25000 better off financially at the close of the year as this amount will be kept at home instead of going into the hands of speculators Good Purchases S B White of Richmond purchas ed of J S Collins one pair heavy mules for 275 to be used in his coal busi h he will open up in a few days Also of John W Baldwin one pair mules at 225 of T J Douglass and Dock Hernion pair gray mules at 251 of Revenna Harris one pair at 225 of Pattia and Annie D atherage one pair at 230 of Hi Shearer one mule at 8130 Good judges say they are the best lot of mules ever got to gether by any one man in the State Following were the horses bought Of Bud Haden one bay gelding of B B Million one saddle mare of Dill and Berryman one road mare of Joel Gentry one road horse of Taylor one Wilkes bay mare of Louis Lamb a nice yellow horse a nice 3 trotter by Emperor Wilkes out of a mate by Vatican and a pacing gelding said to be a wonder trotted one half mile in 1I4 on the Fair ground track also of A C Vaughn a nice road gelding Register used Colored Henry running ace mmoda o winner upon advised least ness Adams year a Institute C Work t TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION flJGOper Year in Advance MARCHING ON and IN ORDER TO our StoCK and Make Room We have made Big Cuts in some lines Visit our store and See how Cheap you Can Buy We are tIarcbing on tiT A R PIf i f1 Ii u I OQOQOO O i Vii tr GDDaS 477 OT making j duce ran The LOGAN DRY GOODS CO North Side Pub Sq Lancaster Ky Democratic Convention The Sth District Democratic Conven tion met in Danville on Tuesday to nominate a candidate for Congress Dr Ed Welch of Nicholasville was elected temporary chairman and Messrs Ed Booth of Anderson and Tax I Ilarailion of Lancaster secretaries Upon the recom mendation of the committee on organ ization those gentlemen were unani mously elected as permanent officers The various committees cOlsisted of out delegate to each committee from each county During the wait for the committees to report the convention was e trtained by speeches from lIon E F Pealce of Oldham Captain Thorn of Henry lion W 15 Smith of other gentlemen who have axes to grind The committee on resolutions was the first to report reaffirming to the Chicago platform c The committee on credentials then report all delegations the on organization suggested the permanency of the temporary organi zation and recommended that the Convention be governed by the laws of the last general assembly in so far as they are applicable They reserved their report as to the dropping of the hindmost man urtil such time as the Convention should demand it The secretary was then directed to call the roll of counties for candidates Jes samine was the first and Mr J Wil lard Mitchell offered the name of lion B A Crutcher Pat Sullivan of Mad ison offered the name of James T5 Mc Creary and lIon P Nat Hardin the name of Mr John B Thompson List came Slelby and Julge J C Beck ham of Spencer offered tie name of Spencers own gifted and illustrious son the Ron George Gllmore Gibson of Shelby Ballotting was bgun and the first resulted as follows Mc Creary C4 Gibson 51 Thompson 3 Cruicher 14 necessary to a choice 78 No gentleman having received a of the ballots no one was elect ed The Convention then adjourned until 8 p At the night session nothing was done further than the ta king of three more ballots without re sult The Convention then adjourned until eight a m Wednesday On Wednesday morning the ballot ing was renewed and all indications pointed to a deadlock Rockcastles vote returned to McCreary The vote stood then as on the first ballot and continued so until the 41st when a stir was noticeable among the Jessamine delegates This d legatoi had been voting solid for Crntcher The chair man arose and cast seven votes for McCreary 7 for Gilbert Mercer then cast her 17 Thompson voles for Gil Richmondand edseating m temporary allegiance committee majority bert These would have nominated Gilbert but Mr C C Fox of arose and changed the Boyle vote which had been G for Gilbert G for Thompson and cast it solid for Gil bert The vote then stood 84 for Gil bert and he the nominee Then above the wild howling of the enthused assemblage wa heard the stentorian voice of Garrarls states man George T Farris casting Gar rards vote for Gilbert and moving that the nomination be made which was done and Saxton as only Saxton can broke into Dixie and the crowd went wild Amid and the wildest enthu siasm the greatest Democratic held in Central Kentucky adjourned The Proctor Knott cigar is having the run in Lancaster It holds up better than any fivecent cigar weaver smoked Try it The City Council met Monday night and adjourned until tonight when we understand the question of the banks xs will b2 disjuS d All persons owcing notes or ac counts to the firm of W R Robinson Bro can cast and much by settling same at once J C Robinson for W R Robinson Bra Taken up as Esti Five black and two red hogs weight about 100 pounds Curve to my place June 1st Owner cm have sarre by proving property and paying charges July 15 ISJS R M Carmack Paint Lick Ky 3Iur lerer Caught While at Lexington this week Coun ty Attorney Owsley heard that Win was in Spencer county McCoy killed old man Whitehead in Flat Woods this county in 1SSD and has since been at large Jailer Ross went to Spencer today to bring McCoy back His crime was a blooiy one The L Jt L N Conductor tells THE REC ORD business has doubled on the Row land branch since the changes were made Another trainman said he heard a high official say there was a strong probability of the company running the day passenger trains which now go to Livingston down this way If some would take hold of the matter itmigh be brougnt around Theres no use listening to the fogy ideas of a few stumbling blocks Jt takes hustle with a capital II to gat improvements was speechmaking ever Tin linott Tonight save 3 coy I- An influentialcitizens Boye deelated unanimous Convention Proctor Meets t C annoyance C Ss r yf J if CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK 1Y LOUIS IAyDRAir Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY dIiIo oM I I rEBUs ONE YKAR IN ADVANCE Six MONTHS THREE 25 f 50 FRIDAY July 15 1898 IT would be a mighty bitter pill for the Dons if the Americans save some of the disabled Spanish ships and use them in this war FiffiiTiNG Bon EVANS swear words were roared through a megaphone during the battle and the frightened Dons thought the Vesuvius was cough ing at them JUDGING from the way juries are deciding to hang men the hempen necktie will soon be quite popular in Kentucky A more appropriate fad could not be sprung VE would rather the Americans ivotfd capture old Weyler thap iny fifty others in the Spanish army But it would be hard to decide how to dis pose of the old cussif we had him Burning at the stake would be too good UNCLE SAM is a modest old soul All he wants for place is first the posses sion of Cuba and Porto Rico with a part in the Canaries second an of 240000000 third the reten tion of the Philippines as a guarantee of the payment of the indemnity A SQUIB has been going the rounds of the press to the effect that a Ken tucky editor said silver buckles were becoming fashionable on garters and lie hoped to see more of them His wife sued for divorce and the only woman in town who had silver buckles on her garters cowhided the poor edi tor until he was raw as a potato TILE magazines of all the Spanish ships at Santiago exploded and the effect was to blow up the decks and not completely pulverize the hull or turn the keel up as was the case of the battleship Maine This is looked upon as being important and shows conclusively that the Maines death blow came from the outside Ax associated press dispatch from Madrid says that the hopelessness of the war is finally recognized in official circles and that the desire for peace predominates in the Cabinet No hope is entertained of relieving Cuba and Porto Rico and the are convinced that the American fleet is coming to the shores of Spain IT has been definitely decided that Commodore Watsons squadron will sail today Thursday to carry the war into Spain The battleship Massachu setts instead of the Iowa will be a part of his squadron If he can drop a few shells into the sittings of Spains powers who are urging on this war the people of even that Godforsaken c will rise up and call him blessed Poon old Cervera is entitled to His country ordered him to make the daring dash which cost him the fleet and now they say his people will kill him if he returns to Spain The dirty devils have very little sense and no judgment Cervera Is the bravest and by long odds the best man they have and if they had any sense at all they would be praising his bravery and obedience A YANKEE has at last invented some thing which will be a boon to the lazy man those too lazy to eat It is a bullion capsule which is to be washed down with water cap sule melts and its contents coming in contact with the water is immediate ly converted into enough soup to fill the takers stomach Thus the great trouble of chewing and swallowing is done away with a lot of work which greatly fatigues some people Admiral Cervera said when he left Santiago he knew he was going to destruction Three cablegrams from the Ministry of Marine had or dered him to sea Then came the in fol lows No matter what the go to sea at once and fight the en emy Cervera went and the rest is known This goes to show that Cer vera possessed one of the chief points needed in a of obedience ONLY a few deaths have occurred among the soldiers at Chickamanga When you consider the fact that there are fifty thousand men huddled to gether there it is remarkable that d s ase is kept so well in check The sanitary condition of the camp is well looked after every day and but for this precaution fever and various oth er would soon have full sway It is said the American is more partic ular in this respect than any othor army on the globe Tim BradleyCastleman newspaper war waxeth warm The two men have called each other all kinds of names and the governor has ordered a court of inquiry to investigate the Legion muddle Among other things Gover nor Bradley said it was difficult to tell whether Col Castleman thought part of the state guard or thought the state guard part of himself Wal ter Forrester is mixed up in the mess as are several other prominent parties The gentlemen should wait until the SpanishAmerican war is over before fire The are now interested in the big SIOW end t Spanish fourthperemptory toneas consequences soldierthat dseases the entirely indemnity authorities sympathy the completely certain himself fp people not care to see any hometalent ex hibition Two murderers awaiting the gal lows in one Kentucky jail is a welcome and long wished for sight to all lovers of law and order Two culprits are now in the Lincoln jail under sentence and if the higher courts do not inter fere a twoshooter necktie party will be pulled off in the good town of Stan ford ere the leaves begin to turn Mr Walton of the Interior Journal has been a hard worker for law and order in Lincoln and it is gratifying to see that that jurors are awakening to the sense of their duty COMMODORE SCHLET certainly played in luck in the big battle with Cervera Sampson is jealous of Schley and has pushed him aside ever since the war began But luck would have it for the man who was forced to play second fiddle and the enemy came while Big Ike Sampson was away thus afford ing poor Schley the golden of destroying the ships and win ning the laurels The whole layout from President down has had it in for Schley bat you cant keep a good man down PRESIDENT MCVINLEV has refused to give commissions as second lieuten ants to two nephews who enlisted and the young gentlemen must therefore earn their shoulder straps in front of the enemy remarks the Philadelphia Record It is a pity that the president did not manifest the same repugnance to favoritism and nepotism when Sen ators Representatives Cabinet Governors and politicians pull were pushing upon him sons nephews and dependants for military honors When brought home to him the President with his popular instincts and love of fair play recognizes the scandal of nepotism but he should not have permitted in others the practice of an abuse of which he would not take advantage for his relations The Cheif Burgess of Milesburg Pa says De Witts Little Early Risers are the best pills he ever used in his fami ly during forty years of house keeping They cure constipation sick head ache and stomach and liver troubles Small in size but great in results Stormes Drug Store 1m The War fiJI lJIv Or Fir wI do l opportunity officer with- a undeserved Admiral Cervera says hed rather lose his ships at sea like a than in a harbor Both Admiral Sampson and Schley will be made Rear Admi rals in the near future Sagasta says there are 100030 men in Cuba who wont surrender even if Cerveras fleet has been destroyed- Of the 892527091 appropriated at the session of Congress just closed the sum of 301788095 was to meet war expensesThe American to leave Havana was Arthur Parkinson a sailor who left CubaMune 7 and has just arrived in New York CoL Wm J Bryans regiment of Ne braska infantry has been ordered to join Gen Fitzhugh Lees corps at Jacksonville Thanksgiving servies were held at many churches all over the country Sunday in accordance with the Presi dents proclamation- It is reported that the Spaniards are firing indiscriminately upon the woun ded soldiers and men wearing the of the hospitital corps Complete reports of battle of July 1 and 2 Killed 22 officers and 208 en listed men wounded 81 officers and 1203 enlisted men missing 79 enlist ed men Commodore Schley has had the dou be pleasure of bottling up Cerveras fleet and of spilling its contents along the beach afterwards when it tried to uncork itself Gen Blanco in reply to his request for his views of the sit uaticn still urges war Campos also proclaims that the time for peace ne gotiations has not yet arrived The American troops in the Islands are being greatly hinder ed by floods in the country districts Admiral Dewey has stopped all refu gees from leaving Manila Bob Moore of LaFayette Ind says that for constipation he has found De Witts Little Early Risers to be They never gripe Try them for stomach and liver troubles Stormes Drug Store 1m Camaras squadron still continues i B funny actions After passing thro the Suez Canal on its way to the Phil ippine Islands one of the weak od vessels gave out and Camara turned back to Spain Commodore Watsons fleet will cot sist of the Iowa Oregon Newark Dixie Yankee Yosemite sx colliers and a supply boat He has orders till he finds Camaras fleet and it Admiral Sampson cables the war de partment that the Colon Maria Tere sa and Viscaya of Cerveras fleet can be saved for service and a wrecking crew has been ordered to work on the vesselsSchley it was who bottled up Cerve ra and Schley it was who fought and conquered Cervera When Congress begins to order medals and author ze sailor Commodore Governments Philippine perfect to- go insignia destroy t promotions Winfield Scott Sehley should not be overlooked Lieut Hobson will ba compelled to wait until Congress meets again to his promotion Congressman Berry of Kentucky is blamed for this on account of pushing his resolution to promote and thank Commodore Schley Win your battles against disease by acting promptly Oie Minute Cough Cure produces immediate results When taken it prevents cousump tion And in later stages it prompt relief Stormes Drug Store 1m The auxiliary cruiser St Louis reach ed Portsmouth N H Sunday with 54 Spanish officers and 638 Spanish sea men captured after the destruction of Cerveras squadron Though the pris oners did not know where they were taken the voyage was without special incident Few realize how many horses are required in the United States army Each battery of artillery requires about 100 horses infantry regiments about twenty each and cavalry regi ments about 1200 to 1300 One hun dred horses are required for General Mlles headquarters alone each field officer is entitled to two The Spanish barbarians dont even respect the flag of the Red Cross They killed and wounded many members of that organization who were taking wounded American soldiers from the bloody field around Santiago The Spaniard is fast making for himself a place in history which no other people in Christendom will envy It still appears from accounts of the recent naval victory that the guns ol Morro are by no means silenced It is said that as long as the American vessels were within its range the was incessant Morros gunners must have more lives than a cat or else the fortifications must be impreg nable on the sea side During the hot weather summer I had a severe attack of cholera morbJr necessitating my leaving my business says Mr C A Hare of Hare Bros Fincastle Ohio After taking two or threee doses of Chamberlains Colin Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I was completely relieved and iu a few hours was able to resume my work in the store I sincerely recommend it to any one afflicted with stomach or bowel trouble For sale by R E McRoberts Im A survey of the powers in Europe shows that from the beginning of the century to the end of 1896 Turkey had experienced 31 years of war and 59 of peace Spain comes next with 31 year of war and 65 of peace France with 27 years of war and 69 of peace Rus sia 24 years of war and 72 of peace 23 years of war and 73 of peace England years of war and 75 of peace AustriaHungary 17 and 79 Germany exclusive of Prussia 13 and 83 Sweden 10 and 80 Portugal 12 and 84 and Denmark 9 and 87 At Chickamauga Col Gaither reduc ed to ranks the following noncom missioned officers for overstaying their furloughs First Sergeant Ash ley C Lillard of Danville Second Ser geant Bruce EJelin and Corporal Pat terson all of Capt Sweeneys from Lebanon Several privates were sentenced to thirty days extra fatigue duty for similar offenses A raid was made on crap shooters and about 20 prisoners were gathered in CoL Gaither has determined to stop all gambling in tents and heavy await all detected so doing The captured Spanish prisoners off Cerveras squadron both of ficers and men reached Portsmouth N H Monday Though the did not know where they were taken the aoyage was without special incident BefoJe sailing a was offered all the officers and only itHe was placed in confinement The others were given staterooms ate in the saloon and practically had the freedom of the ship The enlisted men were quartered in the steerage and were given the same food as the crewLieut Hobson and his six compan ions who sunk the Merrimac in the mouth of the harbor of Santiago and who surrendered to the Spaniards flagship were exchanged on Thursday and brought into our lines They received a perfect ovation as they pass ed along the lines of the army They report that their treatment was of the best and that Adl Cervera treated them as well as they could have wished Now is the time to return courtesy and kindness to the captured Admiral and he is to be paroled and allowed the freedom of the country and is to be supplied with every comfort and every luxuryTo third and last demand of Gen Shafter for his unconditional surren der Gen Toral sent a reply reiterat ing his determination to resist to the last If the American commander to the purpose heretofore an nounced he will not resort vigorously to the convincing argument of assault by a superior force Maj Gen Miles has now assumed personal command of the forces and promises to take Sat tiago within three days unless Toral complies with the last demand for sur render A portion of Santiago has al ready been destroyed by fire caused by the bombardment With Maj Gen Miles there arrived abouf 4000 reen forcemeats Owing to the destruction of Spains naval power and the corse qient safety of the United State from attack orders have been given for the of the submarine mines in all the harbors where commerce is Congressman Davison th War Department to grant an honora ble discharge to young D fis who went with tha Lancaster company to Chickamauga The boy hay been sick ever since enlisting and is now in dangerous Condition TIlfT being firing 1 company sentences captured prisoners being parole onea Lieutenantrefused endangered hasasked receive early furnishes Italy adhere removal s I T3yr K WALLACETON Born the wife of C C MeWhorter on the 11th inst a 9lb girl The infant son of Bud Bowlin and wife died anJ was buried here San dayMiss Kate Wylie left on Tuesday for a brief visit to friends at Gum Sul phdr Miss Emma by Misses Cora and Lila Ward of Lancaster is hera on a two weeks visit to friends Wm Baker who for several months has been in very poor health died Sunday from consumption of the 1 and after the funeral sermon preached by Rev J R Howes on Mon day was buried here He was thirty years old and unmarried He express ed himself ready to go The Childrens Day exercises held here Sunday afternoon and Sunday night was a complete success as the hundreds who attended will attest The house was simply packed during both services while many were on the outside unable to find room inside the exercises at night held un til almost 10 oclock the order was simply perfect Rev Howes at the close that he never saw so packed an audience give so perfect at tention The collection was also sur prisingly good being 70 per cent lar ger than that of last year- I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy in my famiy for years and always with good results says Mr W B Cooper of El Rio Cal For small children we find it especially effective For sale by R E McRob erts 1m CARTERSVILLE The infant daughtesr of L S Har din died last Friday i lht Our boys turned out en masse and attended the Democratic Convention SaturdayMiss Stevens of Lexington is visiting Jesse Allen Fred Koehler is on the sick list Our water supply is inexhaustible having three sulphur wells in a radius of two hundred feet and the best that ever went down a fellows guzzler If you want a genuine panel made buggy road wagon surrey c get prices from J B Conn of Cartersville who can satisfy you with working qualities and prices J B Conn has opened a carriage shop and will build you a buggy buck board cart surrey or any kind of ve hide for less than you can get them elsewhere All kind of repairing and painting The editor of the Evans City Pa Globe writes One Minute Cough Cure is rightly named It cured my children after all other remedies fail ed It cures coughs colds and all throat and lung troubles Stormes Drug Store 1m BRYANTSVILLE Little Edna Berkele is quite ill this week Harry Campbell has accepted a po sition with J Haselden J D Cheatham one of the soldiers is at home on a five days furlongh Alex Arnold formerly a Garrard county boy who is now engag ed with Gray Grim of Middles boro is expected to visited his father A R Arnold the latter part of the month Miss Nannie Ballard of Paint LicIt and Miss Maggie Jennings of Danville are visiting their aunt Mrs A S Haselden Mrs Eliza Ballard and Miss Mittie Dunn were in Lex ington last week Miss Alice Dunn has returned to Danville after a few days stay with her mother C M Jen nings and wife were with his mother Sunday Joe Haselden D W Dunn and wife of your city were in our neighborhood on Sunday Little Eugene Holcombe quietly passed oer deaths dark river evening July 6 Being only a lit tie over a year old he was of two familieS greatly loved by all Dear parents and grand parents there is a brighter day beyond where we shall meet our departed loved ones I think D Witts Witch Hazel Salye is the finest preparation on the market for piles So writes John C Dunn of Wheeling W Va Try it and you will think the same It also cures eczema and all skin diseases Stormes Drug Store 1m l Sop r andrelatives S Wednesday apet II accompanied bowels Although remarked BtC EYE Mrs Louis Harris opened school j i icre Monday j y Miss Mary Leavell is teaching school t t Pleasant Hill r jam is all the rage now Parties are delivering lambs sold to k F Robinson a few months ago People from the county and those adjoining attended church he e Sunday but the weather was J cool and the large audience seemed comfortable and attentively listened to the excellent sermon du f by pastor Wills and in the af ternoon our interesting Sunday school was made more so by a talk from Alex Miles of Nicholasville Miss Bertha Burnside of your city f was the pleasant guest of Miss Sallie B Ray last week Miss Hattie Jones C has been visiting relatives in and Crab Orchard Louis and j Miss Marion Ray and James Land c who have been on the sick list are c better Rev T B Ray and wife and little Miss Josephene Waitts have J to Georgetown after spending Q a while with Dr W H Ray and fami ly L F Brown and family visited jj relatives in Buena Vista Saturday and f Sunday Mrs Alice Ray has returned from a visit to relatives in Kirksville and Lancaster Miss Hattie Bogie has been at the bedside of her cousin Miss Laura Teater of Mercer county if very low with consumption W T West and family of your city spent Sun day iu our village Thousands of persons have been of piles by using De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It heals promptly and cures eczema and all skin diseases It gives immediate relief Stormes Drug Store im MARKSBURY Rev Scott Anderson of Crab Orch ard will fill an appointment to preach at the Fork church Sunday July 17 In the absence of the pastor Rev Vm Anderson of Oklahoma City de livered an excellent sermon at the Fork Sunday Miss Mary Rout is visiting friends in Stanford Miss Eliza Smith will open school at Mason school house Monday July 18 Mrs O S and Miss Eliza Williams of Burgin here last week Mrs Robert Humph reys is spending several weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs J C Boner Rev W M Kuykendall let Wednes day for Mt Washington where he will hold a protracted meeting Mrs George Lawson and little son Fran cis of Hubble are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs T S Moore Mrs M L Aldridge of Brodhead accompanied by Miss Lizzie Herring of Stanford is visiting friends and relatives in this vicinitySick biliousness constipa tion and all liver and stomach troub lesican be quickly cured by using those famous little pills known as DoWitts Little Early Risers They are pleas ant to take and never gripe Stormes Drug Store 1m Mr Samuel Johnson Sr died at his home near here Thursday July 7 His remains were interred in the cem etery at the Fork Friday at 3 p m Rev T H Campbell conducted the funeral services Mr Johnson was ta ken sick a few days ago and was an in tense sufferer until God called him home He was in his Soth year and had enjoyed good health nearly all his life He was a man of rigid and sterling integrity and leaves two children Mrs Mary Floyd of Boyle and Simeon Johnson of Mer cer and several grand children He was the last of an old Virginia family His father was one among the early settlers of Kentucky 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 years I have been almost a con stant sufferer from diarrhoea the fre 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 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 erts 1m i Blackberry allover visitedrelatives several delightfully Livingston returned cured honesty PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH Mastic Mixed Faint OR THE BEST BRANDS OF White Lead and Oil We are Glad to Sell Either 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 Greek German French English Mathematics Science History Music Ora tory and Physical Culture TERMS moderate BOARDING could be wished for Comfort and Convenience For particulars and catalogue address the Principal JAMES C DOLLEY n A M ROBERTS wTJJ 1lilJl Latin that rr NZc ic r DEPARTMENT all AritlL a tt cart tftiK int SCARED Thats what they are but its too late now to come down in ij prices The people are no fools by any means and daily ask the question HAT MABE THEM CHARGE 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 550 per 241b sack Its a dandy and you will like it Coal Oil at gc gallon and other goods accordingly BLUE GRASS GROCERY GO EIPH P BROWN MGR I Jno BStcut Stationery Oils Etc DANVILLE KENTUCKY II rJ 4J t r 3 I l UP I OOE W Lillard LiZZard 1 072J- E A 0 I N G 0 RUG GIS T S J 11 S 1T 1tf lgs w lI i r 00000000 jr f I UiPaints ORGANIZED 1883 NATIONAL OPLAHCASTEEFT Capital Surplus Fund 100000 15OOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed J M HieeiNBOTHAX President LEWIS Y VicePresident B F HUDSON Cashier IV O EIQNBY Assistant WALKKB Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JMHlSeiNBOTHAX LEWIS YLSAVlLt JSJOHNSON TMABNOLD JB HUDSON ALBX GIBBS J J WALKKB JACOB Y ROBINSON BAn LEA ELL Cashr- C D H C ARNOLD B F NATIONAL BANK Z493T Ii Danville Ky C1LDWIU 8 ZANIER SHOES PLEASURE TO LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE O XjILi OIsT ITS WE WANT TO SEE YOU Whether You Buy Or Not I I TRUNKS and VALISES SPRINGFIELD INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO OF NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton igts Office over Post Office LAxcA3rsR KENTUCKY SEW LIVERY- I have purchased the Walker stable and am t prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice Special attention given Commercial Travelers RICE BENGE 1 Bring us your Job Printing FIRE all LIFE INSURANCE FIRE MARINE ie I a IIi I fA J AND r i CAPITAL 20000000 OF SURPLUS 6500000l LANCASTER A R DINKY President Jso E STOEMES Vice President W M H KINNAIBD Cashier i Kr- e 8 C DENNY Assistant Cashr I J F ROBINSON Js Bookkeeper B T EMBBT Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Spllnan Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson JnoE Stormes Jas Those indebted to me please call and settle at once for I need the money to settle my ac countsI THIS Miss Sallie Tillett y S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth filled and extracted with hardware store next to Court House Lancas ter Ky Skin Diseases berlains Eye and Skin Ointment is continued use effects a permanent rare It also cures itch itch scald head sore nipples itching piles hands sore eyes and granulated lids I Dr Ck7 IMitfea Fbwiers for and vermifuge Price accents Sddby B E McBoberts Druggist Lancaster NOTICEI BridgeWork oftetteritchingnic horses are best tonic blood purifier t i WAR FORWE ARE READY FOR IT WE ARE SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED Toll SaVed 1O IaLasaes OrerSome of our 12 1350 1500 and 1650 Suits now for 1 0 NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH BARGAINS BE OFFEEED Fine Straw Hats 50c on 100 Negligee Shirts Stacy Adams Fine Shoes Suits made to order in Danville COME AND SEE OUR SUITINGS AND WORKSHOP OLE iNriiNra Z THD E ie E s sx IJT Gk J L Frohinan Co Telephone 136 Danville Ky ITS CERTAIN J 0 0 THE GLOBE i i t Always this time of the desire is to get rid of in line whether I cost or customers always reap a great benefit This time my bargains will GREATER THAN EVER CLEfiVIVG SfiLE millineryMRS M40DY HARDEN WONT 1 1UL I Tm i CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY July 15 1898 PERSONAL Miss Annie Austin is visiting in Crab Orchard Miss Theo Hemphill has returned from a visit to Danville Miss Kittie Mason is in Nicholas ville visiting relatives Mrs Mary Hoccney of Danyille is visiting Lancaster friends Ben Herndon is in G S Gaines learning the business Miss Lillie Noel of this week on business Miss Cora Peacock is the guest of her aunt Mrs Jno Miller Mr and Mrs Fisher Gaines were over from Danville Sunday Miss Lillie Dale Grant left today for atwo weeks visit to Mt Vernon Tommy Biughman of Boyle has been visiting relatives in this city Mr Chas FrIsby leaves this week for several visit to Michigan Miss Angie Ballou of Stanfcrl is the guest of II M Ballou and family Misses Louise Kauffman and Olivia Sweeney visited Dripping Springs Sun dayMr Fred Frisby has been spending several weeks with relatives in Dan villeUncle Dave Arnold of Nicholasville bas been the guest of his son Win Ar noldMiss Mary Folger of Nicholasville is the guest of her cousin Miss Bella ArnoldMiss Lyne Letcher is spending a week with Mrs Ike Dunn in Lower Garrard Mr Clarence Anthony of Alabama has been here the guest of Miss Grace Kinnaird Sheriff J B and wife have moved to town and taken rooms at Dave Ross Mrs G S Gaines and daughter Miss Julia Mae are visiting relatives in Danville Misses Mollie and Laura Smith the funeral of A R Pope at ProvidenceMiss Webb of Lexngton is being entertained by Miss Sue this week Mrs William R Marrs of Knoxville Crab Orchard COOL EXHILARATING K RESTFUL MUSIC AMUSEMENTS For terms address Gus Hofmann Propr f i s 5 IP r 3 3 P D t IX g 5 K Jl5 0 iv M CO v C W Vj V 5 ooeooooa relatives grocery Danville t 0 month s attended Herring if GOOD f i i 1 00oooooaooooooooao- I I o040oo4ooaaooo4o00440 I pIL where 1 r I L1i GJ- i li r Springs1 S it r K M LIVING- si a S I i f S M f I the guest of her parents Mr j and Mrs John Anderson Mrs Emma Kauffoirm and dews ter Frankie have returne I from a stay at Dripping Springs Miss Latitia Brown after a pleas ant visit to relatives in this city re turned to her home in Lexington to day Mrs Moody Harden son Clarence and two nieces from Covington are visiting relatives in Somerset this week Mrs William Broaddus and son lerndon have gone to Frankfort to visit her husband who is in business there Miss Bessie Turley of Richmonr and Miss Amy Davidson are being by Miss Elena Hiatt this week Miss Lula Graham who has been in Mrs Hardens millinery will leave next week for her Ohio Master McKenzie Brown a bright young man of Mt Vernon is the guest of his grandparents Mr and Mrs Breathitt Brown Mr Paul Miller a mighty good young friend of TILE HECOHDS is a pleasure trip through several northern states this week Mrs Nannie Arnold returned to her home in Richmond Ky after a days visit to her daughter Mrs Sam Johnston at Marcellus Mr Ed C Gaines of Ballous Model Grocery is a few days rest which he is spending in Stanford Crab Orchard and neighboring towns Miss Bettie Broaddus of Kirksvllle and Miss Zonie Walker of McCreary are visiting Misses Ophelia and Nora Walker on Lexington pike this week Mrs Waits wife of Chaplain Waits of the Second Kentucky Regiment was in Lancaster this week visiting friends and relatives She will prob ably locate here Capt William Herndon went to Es till county this week to act as special judge in a murder case The trial was postponed and the captain re turned yesterday The following ladies are being at a houseparty by Miss Lizzie Beazley in Crab Orchard Misses Lizzie Thompson Katie and Annie Austin Mr G R Harden took the boys to Dix river for a camping party Clarence Harden Willie West Robert Elide Harry Tomlinsor and Nat Stephens the latter of Glendale Oho Mrs Scott Hudson has a house party consisting of Mrs Lynn Hudson Mrs Doha E Stormes of Lancaster Miss Mary Annie Wilmore and Miss Mary Nicholasville Lexington Argonaut Miss Pearl Holcombe who has been the popular guest of Miss Florence Harris left Saturday for her home in Elizabethtown leaving several sad hearts behind notably one in THE RECORD office Mr and Mrs A H Rice Misses Al tie and Marksbury have gone to Grays on Springs a tvo weeks say Before returning they will spend several weeks at a and the wells at Trenton Tenn Messrs Robert Henry Fisher and Sauflsy Hujhes are rustic a ting at Dripping Springs this week Each took his horse along and the party will spend most of the time hunting bear and Indians While at work loading some wheat last week TUB RECORDS good leis Greenleaf got too hot and was J n r1 week entertained establishment home in taking several entertained Simpson following Welchof B ssie fir Herring f Tennis enjoying house party Erie n S a confined to his room for a or two Hes all right again and says he will he goes to harvest Misses Mary Arnold and S Rachel H ary are vi itng in Crab Orchard Clay Hamilton is c c from a trip to Burgin where he organized a lodge of J ace bees Mrs Elbert Fm t of Jellico Tear is spending a f nv days with her mo h er Mrs Geo T Farris Sam Woclridge of Denver Col is here after many years absence the guest of his fathei nlaw Mr T W Hied lIe is now in the employ of a mining company some two hundred miles from Denver but still makes that city his home The following attended the ball at Crab Orchard Srings Friday evening Misses Letitia Brown Bessie and Jen nie Burnside Bessie Webb Allie Bet tie and Mary Anderson Messrs Hugh Logan John Doty Joe Francis Will Walker Frank Marksbury Mr and Mrs A H Rice Miss Theo Ilemphill was the charm ing hosts at a birthday party Mon day afternoon All kinds of games were par i pated in and an ele gant refreshment served Each guest remembered the little hostess with a beautiful present Among the guests from a distance were the pretty little Misses Lillard of Danville Miss Dove Harris was charmingly entertaining Tuesday evening the guests of honor being Misses Lettie Brown and Besse Webb of Included among the guests were Misses Sue Herring Lula Batson Mae N sll Marrs Bessie Bash Fannie Collier Jennie Burnside Altie Marksbury Mary Miller Bessie Burn side Lettie Brown Bessie Webb Allie Bettie and Mary Anderson Alberta Anderson Mrs W R Marrs Messers Ed Gaines Jess Sweeney Kirk Kirby G B Swinebroad Price W S Beazley J B Jennings Chas Frisby Dave Walker Jno Doty Hugh Logan Jim West Brannon Beazley Will Den ney Mr and Mrs Jno Baughman Our 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 un tried Chamberlains Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy Since giving that remedy he has not been troubled We want to give you this testimonial as an evidence of our grat itude not that you need it to pour meritorious M Law Keakuk Iowa For sale R McRoberts 1m To fatten an old milch cow for the butcher begin as soon as she has ed and feed her as much grain as her old teeth will grind for digestion the tlmj she is in pasture She will gain in milk and will is VKr ails This fat and lean vhich the buyer The offjrt to catch the farn rs i i a hole again with his wleit will not work Farmers in this section so far take less than 75 to 85 cents for their wheat no matter what Armour and other bear manipulators at Chicago may do They know that as soon as the crop is on the market at a reason able price foreign demand will be very brisk and the price will rise The tales about the crop being twice as great as ever before etc are all moonshine and the intelligent farmer knows it Harrodsburg Democrat The earnings of the poultry of the United States last year aggregated There are said to be in round numbers 375090005 chickens and 40000000 other fowls such as ducks geese and turkeys in tne States In 1897 the hens laid in round numbers 14400000000 eggs The export price at New York averaged 15 cents per dozen which makes the of the egg crop 165000000 The poultry meat brought 125000 000 The hens of America packed ih side the shells of their eggs 650000 tons of water Still the price of eggs is called low and no one can call it in the summer season Such things change wonderfully in a lifetime A Buffalonian declares that before the of the rebellion he sold eggs at a cent a dozen and chiccens at two cents pound c day ba a little mIre particular next time b Lexington Hug 1 apo tilwe Cholera advertise remedyG during fleshand fatten about the time the wL1 prvc Ire the lees as we have been able to hear will not UOOOOOOJ United value soldas war by- E cal ml v lit IV O KERRY Born to the wife of Roy II Beazley a 10 pound girl Miss Motie Nave of Danville and Mrs Mary Anderson of Lancaster spent last week with Miss Sallie Nave Mr and Mrs Charles White and chil dren of Richmond visited Sir and Mrs Zack Simpson this week Mr and Mrs J B Saunders have gone to town and Alex Walkar has taken possession of then farm Miss Lena Sherrow of Bryautsville is the guest of Mrs Lish Forbes Mrs J E dibo and two pretty little daughters of El Paso Texas are visiting their aunt Mrs BL Kelley J C Brown who has been with relatives here for some time has returned to Shelbyville Mrs Mary L Swope ant Mrs T C Gulley opened schools Monday at Teaterville and the latter at Morgan Sutton spent a few days in Hubble last week Mr Reuben Kinder departed life last Thursday and was buried in the Lancaster cemetery Uncle was widely known as a good far mer and respected citizen and a favorite with all who knew him lIe was good to the poor and ever willing and ready to lend a helping hand to those in trouble or distress lIe will be sadly missed but we have the consolation of knowing he was a Christian belonging to the Baptist church He was 82 years old and has been very feeble for several years He leaves a wife and two c lildren- R C Blanks of Lewisville Texas writes that one box of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve was worth 50000 to him It cured his piles of ten years He advises others to try it It also cures eczema skin diseases and obstinate sores Stormes Drug Store1m Mead Teater bought of Bee Ray a mills cow for 33 Farmers have finished st ccing wheat in this vicinity George McQuerry sold a bunch of sheep last week at 100 T L Saunders bought of John II Dennis a nice horse at 23 T L Saunders bought of Eiisha Murphy two scrub calves at 4 each The little daughter of Mr and Mrs C C Shear is very ill Miss Aider Preston is very sick with chills Mrs Malinda Preston is very low with fever Mrs Mollie East is on the sick list Miss Eizabeth Tomlinson of Bry antsville began the public school at Locust Grove Monday with very good attendance Elder Neal of Winchester will fill his regular appointment at Scotts Fork Saturday night Sunday morn ing and Sunday afternoon Mrs Tilatha Scrivner and two little sons of Stanford are the guests of Mrs George McQuerry Mr and Mrs Samuel Morford and little daugher Eizabeth Mrs Mattie Roberts and and Mrs Rebecca Scott of Little Hickman were the guests of the latters daughter Mrs T L Saturday night and Sunday A number of the young fonts from here attended preaching at Buckeye Sun day Mrs Mattie Land Hinkle Pres ton and Lafayette Preston of Little Hickman were called to the bedside of their mother Mrs Malinda Preston Saturday who is very ill Read the Scriptures If yon are down with bues read 27 If you are outof Sorts read the 12th chapter of Hebrews If you feel lonesome and unprotcc ed read the Olst Psalm If people pelt you with hard word read 15th chapter John If there is chilly sensation abut the read the third chapter Reve lation If you dont know where to look for next months rent read 37th Psalm If you find yourself losing in men read 13th chapta 1st CorinthiansIf pipe has fellendown and cook gone off on a pet put the pipe wash lands read third chapter James former poonvill e Reuben special standing STONE Saunders heart confidence lie t sa Psalm hi Planters CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic Neuralgia and Toothache in five Summer Complaints Price 25 Centsand PAINT LICK Wallace Co will pay you cash for all your and giVcj he price on the market Wallace Co are selling tinware cheaper than ever 4 pint cups for 5c 12 Gal buckets 4c each 17 Dish pans 15c each If you need something to cook your blackberries in see Wallace Co They have saucepans and stew kettles o every discription from lOc to 45c Sje their enameled stew kettles and 43c They are hard to beat Can You Kcnil This A handsome cook range to be given away by R L Jennings Co If you would save money go to Jenning Co They will not be undersold Here are a few of these prices Ivory soap 3 l2c 3 big bars laundry soap 5 2 big boxes matches 5c 1 nice box paper and envelopes 5e Fine glasses Extracts 5e bottle 2 lbs soda 5c other bargains too numerous to men tion All summer dress goons and ladies oxford will be closed out at cut prices See our clothing at S3 50 to SWEENEY Mrs Eliza Holt caw who has teen quite sick is improving we are glad to say Holtzclaw Bros sold to Will Hiatt a bench of hogs at 3 l2e to bj ered 1st of August Mr and Mrs R E Thompson re turned home last week from a visit o relatives in Mt Vernon Miss Nannie Anderson is yisiting her sister Mrs H B Arnold of Stanford Miss Nan nie McCarley opened school at Beazley school house Monday Your spent Monday with in Stanford Miss Rhoda White of Mt Vernon is the guest of Miss Wade Thompson Mrs J J Thompson and daughter Miss Wadie accompanied by Miss Rhoda White spent Monday with Mr and Mrs Booth Thompson of Lancaster PREACHERSVILLE The corn crops are very good in this neighborhood Rev F B Jones will assist Rev Mathews in a meeting at Walnut Flat commencing on the 3rd Sunday in this monthG Siler sold three mules Monday day for 100 Richard Robinson bought a nice mare Monday for 30 John Cummins who has been spend ing the summer in Illinois has home Mr and Mrs J C King are visiting relatives at Somerset Win Sutton and wife of Madison county are visiting relatives here this week prod ce highest qt at 20c ands Si I Correspondent rolatiV s et returned C C S lOc set 57 deli v jj r finite of those Rosters 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 EANGDONS BREAD DAILY PLEASE GIVE TRIAL USA H explain 1YIIBALLOUL 1 have just received a new lot of LADIES SLIPPERS at REDUCED PRICE CALL AND INSPECT IY LINE TERMS CASH Collars Fancy Shirt Wai t ann WE TAKE IN WIHG JIJW SWEENEY Ladies Belts Sits Pills 4LEASQ E S80 GOODS An exchange says that we should be careful lest we have a large Bible for quotation and a very small one for practice In these days of neglect of m m irizing afraid too many have a very small Bible for quotation at least for accurate Go on the DAMILE STAGE USE Lv Lancaster 8 Ar Danville 10CO AM Lv Danville 2 PM Ar Lancaster 4 CO rot Makes connection with 450 train for Richmond Can be found at Sable or Clemens HoteL Notice All persons having claims against tht of T L Harris deceased will present them properly proven to Joseph Arnold of said T L Harris or to It II Tomliusou attorney within the next thirty days All persons knowing themselves in debted to said T L Harris decd will please come forward and pay same said This July 11 1SOS Joseph Arnold Admr T L Harris decd WH LACKEY Successor to Lackey Gulley HUBBY HANDSOME TURNOUTS 3 REASONABLE PRIC SPECIAL ATTENTION MEN J Scripts we a c quotation A Stodgil c state to administrator I I BLH I I T rss at administrator 00400000040440b004004a0000 000000 a Firs Clas ES- t TOG 2 RA EtIN oao4444400oo444asoooooooo4ae AMERICAN f Field Fencing A fence that always keeps its shape because its built that way Nothing but large size galvanized wire of Bessemer steel used in Its con structlon same In all the ao different styles all kinds of stock and stock unharmed while the fence stands strong and sturdy THIS makes an ad d 1 madeturns tfi hinge i justable fence and pre vents stay wires from bending t crimp makes as tight a fence in summer as in win and prevents stay wire from being displaced er THAT AMERICAN STEEL AND WIRE BY flMMM JC Robinson Lancaste excelsityIco ALe Maeaaclared PITTS1lIRtPA roe LANCASTER TELEPHONE EX CHANGE Business Houses In town that have iind their Xambsrs 61 M A Archer butcher C J A Barton grocery Patterson coal otlici 65 II M Model Grocer 4 RCJ lenge Livery Stable J W rumphre Saddlery 95 IJlue Grass Grocery 43 Central Record 23 T Currey Grocery IS Citizens National Bans 77 Electric Light Station 5J T S Ekin Butcher 47 G S Grocery 49 J R Haseldea Hardware 53 J C Hemphill Broker Tailor c J Joseph Dry Goods GS Le veil Planing Mill Coal office Marksbiry Grain Dealer 75 Lancaster Hotel 4i5 W H Lackey Livery Loran Robinson Boots and Shoes 91 Logan Dry Goods Company 67 Mason Hotel E McRoterts Druggist 70 J W Miller Old Pilgrimage Dis tillery 13K Ncrihcott Commission Merchants 31 National Bank of Lancaster 82 C D Powell General Stoni 25 W J Romans Carriage Co 12 li A Stone Grocery 39 J E Stormes Druggist 17 Jesse Sweeney Dry Goods 16 J C Thompson Jewelry GJ Ward Miller Flouring and Plan ing Mills Cut this out and paste in your 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 KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS flight in Odd Fellows hall All Knights are fraternally invi ted G B SWINEBROAD C C J E ROBINSON K R S I ALL WOMEN Should know that theO1U Time Bcmedy UJJ A lleaziey Furniture e Gaines 3 55R Ce directory Knightsfvis- iting Telephones thou i C Stable- S C C C i i Is the best for Fetsa1 InL t taken fnr C Plasters test 1 Mat The Cruel Knife It is absolutely useless to expect n operation to cure cancer or any other blood disease The of such treatment is illustrated in the shunting number of deaths which re sult from it The disease is in the blood and hence can not be cut Nine times out of ten the surgeons knife only hastens death son had a most malignant Cancer for which the doctors an operation was the only hope The opor was a severe one as it was neces to cut down to the jawbone andscrape it Before a great while the Can cer returned and be pan to grow rapidly We gave many V remedies without re vlief and finallyupon the a friend decided totry S S S SwiftV Specific and the second bottle he lvVw bejjsn to improve After had taken the Cancer disappeared entirely aind he was cured The cure was n one for he is now seven teen old and has never had a sign of the dreadful disease to re turu J N 270 Snodgrass St Dallas Absolutely the only hope for Cancer is v M jfc iaiien Il 11i UJ Wit been vlfpci K a o with 1er j Teas SSSII The r Blood as it is the only remedy which goes to the very bottom of the blood and forces out every trace of the S S is guaranteed purely vegetable mid contains no potash mercury 01 other mineral Books on Cancer will be mailed fret to any nddress by the Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga WAR REVENUE BILL STVJIT TAXIS Bonds and Certificates of incor poration for each 100 par Oa Sales and Transfers of stocks and bonds for each 100 par value Bank Check Drafts or Certifi cates of Deposit fraction eland Bills of Exchange prom isory notes and postal orders for each 100 or a fraction in eluding renewals Foreign Bills of exchange or Let ters of Credit for each 100 or fraction Indemnification Bonds Certificates of profit for each 103 par value or fraction specifiedRealSIOD to 500 For each additional 300 or frac tion Ioases for Land or Tenement not exceeding one year Leases for Laud or Tenement from 1 to 3 ears Leases for Land or Tenement ex caeding 3 years Mortgages Real or Personal from 1000 to 1500 Renewals of Real or Personal Mortgages from 1000 to 1500 O i each 300 additional or Power of Attorney or proxies for corporate elections Power of Attorney to sell con vey or mortgage real estate or stock Protest notes or drafts Receipts for money exceeding 5 goodsLife100 or fraction Sam Boone says in his Somerset Re porter that the section of the law where it requires all women who leave arrived at the age of 30 years and who are unmarried to exhibit and keep in plain view on their left cheek a engraved 483 stamp will not ba likely to cut much ica in this vicini ty There arc any number of women here who are unmarried and who will go to their graves wearing the harness of single blessedness but the giddy creatures never get to be over years ALL WOMEN J 5 f0 0 02 Oj 5Q pa 10 50 50 25 50 b 1 00 25 25 01 25 5 04 1S in S as tly disease- S headers drawinging I 25 Moat car the Stamp I U 0 Coudcused fir lucy value fraction handsomely Gold FOIL S n JIHETENTHS of all the pain andsickneasfrom suffer Is caused by weakness or derangement in the organs of menstruation Nearly always whichWomen a woman Is net well these organs are affected But when they are strong and healthy a woman Is very seldom sick Is natures provision for the lation of the menstrual function It cures all female troubles Itis equally effective for the girl In teens the young wife with do mestic and maternal cares andthe woman approaching the period known as of Life For In cases requiring special The Chattanooga Chatta to Irregular try to the and ing tire or a this war ings when Yin ofirduj They aU need It They are aU by directions address tho Department than ions the re ft- o Mlss satyr but t nor GENERAL NEWS The three banks at Danville have on deposit S1G000 An eir rl is mad to have a big state fair at Lixington wood McXees a young man of Cya thiana with cramps while bathing in the Licking and was drown The Kentucky summer resorts all re port good business despite the pleas a it weather that has kept many at been decide by the Internal Revenue Department that express and elegJaph companies must affix the labels on packages and messages The internal revenue tax receipts in Collector John W Yerkess district for the fiscal year en ling June 30 aggre gated 521218047 an increase of 535854 over the preceding year United States recruiting stat ions in Louisville did a thriving bas ness during the past week and not less than one hundred men were Cogar it Davis of Danville bought from George Brown his grain elevator at the G S depot in Nicholasville which has a capacity of OaOOO bushels They paid 5100 for it The Lexington Union Stock Yard Company have tiled articles of incor poratIon vith a capital of 000 b L Vanmeter Geo II Whitney and J T Jones arc the incorporators Hallock Rice is reported to have been shot and killed in Johnston county Kentucky by S iu and Reu ben Patrick both prominent families Reuben was arrested but Sam escaped Tom Hayden colored was hangel at Hartford Monday He said that he intended playing Home Sweet Home on a harmonica on the scaffold but his nerve failed and he had noth ia to say The penalty of his life was the killing of Lena Logan color ed near Mcllenry in October 1897 It seems the City of Louisville has been padding its school census to lions share of the states per capita Last year it reported 82043 children and he refused to pony up for number The new census shows just 55919 children which will make a fjrence of G 000 to be sent to the city At a negro basket meeting at Clays F rry Madison county Sunday Ed Jones and Charles Favors colored giged in a pistol duel Favors shot in the leg and his horse killed Jerry Clay a bystander was shot in tie arm Twentyfive shots were fired Whisky was at the bottom of the toible The Chautauqua which closed urday at Lexington was the most in the organizations history The official figures show that the was more successful than the friends of the assembly imagined It was found that after all the expenses are paid there will be about 2000 to applied to payment on the debt of the institution When the Illinois Central Railroad reached its 1000000 bale of cotton carried into Xew Orleans during this season it made an occasion of it The bale was encased in cotton duck with brass hoops and ties and was to the Cotton Exchange The cot ton shipped at New Orleans last year amouqted to 00000 more bales than had been shipped from that point any previous year The Louisville Post makes the tartl ing announcement that since June 50 murders have been committed Jefferson county the majority them in Louisville Fiftysix mur derers should have been arrested been inflicted the heav punishment being a years And yet all these eases arc re corded ou the books of the coroner Jefferson county as cases of murder pure and simple The 50 murders do not include about 20 other killings that have occured during the same length of time but which are said to have been juctifiable Congress adjourned last week so far general interest is concerned war legislotion was the most imbortant en acted during the present session al though the Senate devoted more than three months to the Cuban Hawaiian and other questions before hostilities were actually declared and subse quently both branches worked diligen in passing npidly the various measures for the equipment of the reg ular and volunteer forces the pur chase of supplies amunition war yes sels transports and the like Not since our own Civil War has there been such activity in legislation and the voting of so many millions of dol for the public service Consider irg how much there was to do Con gress has practically finished its with er bills of interest to the entire coun that vere passed in the bank ruptcy bilL That measure had been hanging fire for number years owing the wide difference of opinion as to kind of law that would be effective at the same time not bear to heavy upon the debtor classes measures that failed to pass are The Nicaragua Canal bill the railroad pool bill and an overhauling of the en interstate commerce laws the an iKcalping bill Most of these will be vigorously during the winter short session Cannon chairman of was Committee on Appropriations read statement in the House showing what Congress had appropriated at session The total reached 892 to 000000 Of this 301000000 was for the expenditures and 4 12000 000 more the appropriations for last session of this ue the sundry civil act made for some of these improvements were there any new provided in of to vis I 0 OOOOlU OO OO OOOO OO this season wa seiz d outed homeIt The accepted successful meeting presented ant punishment sentence 1 tars laborsing wonderfulrapidity AmongA pressed ode appropriations of in ccaawasoasaodswoQtosoca 14044 being 1 lest 46tG beta Planters cures Bruises Rhea tionOILCUBAN fulltiam and Sores Price 26 Cent the J S for c at lins 1S Sil s his of co as E the the arose FARM AND STOCK NOTES 5000 bushels corn wanted Iwill give one dollar and seventy five cents per barrel for 1000 bar rely of corn delivered at the grimage Distillery Jno W Miller Mgr Some breeders complaining of Sear city of pigs while others are the re Surely it miiit bi the of boar James Bourne bought of Hen Wile mot some heifers at 3c I Hamilton sold S B White nice team of mules for 230 B White bought of Hamilton Robinson their stallion Young Jesse 400 w Anderson bought of J I Ham ilton heifers averaging GOO pounds During the two years of 189G and jgg7 thc numb r of horses in Iowa de crease 159814 TIlE RKCOKDS engineer Carey Mul has sold his promising colt to S B White o Richmond for 100 Galaee More winner of the English Derby for 1897 has been sold to the Russian Government for 10JOOa This the largest ever paid in for a brood horse Alex Walker bought a nice brown horse of Faulconer of DJII villa J for SS5 lie also boujht of S B White of Richmond a pair nice horses for and resold one to him for IOJ The first new 220 trotter of the year hint Wilkes who reduced his ord from 1 l to 2l at the White Plains meeting lie is paying bred on dams side being by Wicklifte out a mare by Blue Bull second dam by Food which will make a pound of beef will make a pound of butter and while the one may sell for from two to fifteen cents a pound the latter will bring from 15 to 20 With butter there is less danger from overproduction for more good butter made the more seems to oe wanted The annual report of the tobacco Kentucky called for by the State laws purports to be more than mere offhand guess The growers and dealers in the different tobacco growing counties should see to it that their counties are not misrepresented and there is grave reason to believe titer in former years or during the past year or in all them From every quarter comes reports the conditions and prospects crop now being hrrvested Take the reports as a whole they in dicate one of the largest if not the very largest hay crop ever gathered in the United States From indications the crop will far exceed that of last year in quantity and if weather conditions are favorable throughout the harvest the quality will be far superior to that of a agO niora clear timothy gener ally freer from weeds and foreign Trade Journal Speaking of leaf tobacco the Cin cinnati Journal says there was a deci improvement in our market dur ing the present week nearly all grades being advanced in price and particu was this the case in Fine Tobac The offerings were moderate the demand strong the rejections light are increasing somewhat but compared with other years are of very small and stocks in the warehouses continue correspondingly P McCaslin of Scott county sowed grain from Wisconsin in ground well prepared and in ground not so ed prepared The drill was run in back and forth across the ground Now he has two varieties of wheat smoothheaded and bearded wheat former being limited to that part sown in the well prepared ground and latter to that sown in the corn ground The difference in the envi ronment undoubtedly produced the phenomenon but in what manner is a mystery Ex Many Kentucky counties derive large revenue from the bluegrass seed industry but Mercer is not one of them says the IIarrodsburg Democrat There not as much grass in Mercer county as in Boyle Lincoln Jessa mine and other counties chiefly be cause some years ago the farmers broke up their virgin soil to raise corn meet the needs of the large number distilleries in Anderson county eau These distilleries bought largely of Mercer county farmers raising the per price on and the slop industry ing many cattle off of it idle These distilleries do now use as much corn as heretofore and grass fed cattle are commanding excellent pries It is high Mercer county farmers were turning their corn fields back into bluegrass is more sure money in it at than anything else New York dispatch contains the following weSch will ba of much in terest to Kentucky hemp growers The salvation of hemp growers in Kentucky which until competition from the cheap fibres of the Phil ippines and other tropical countries the greatest industry that State is believed to lie in the Manila Admiral Deweys blockade of the Philippines threatens create a cordage dearth throughout U 0 civilized world It has doubled 1898 price of Manila rope and twine in sell country and by doubling the val of hemp has made fortunes for the manufacturers who had large stocks It will create an immense demand for Kentucky hemp the best 1898 the world many cordage deal believe will the restora S M of that great industry to the 1898 IT iiwar in the Philippines will prevent a J crop for seasons It eav Ky at see willplace oooooooco CUOOC 4Coooooo terse 3 14c BrIt- ain o 2 Turn Hal the thatcrop of difa impstwopossbly Satreflecting pre nt year matterlIay inlarly 1Receipts ofcourse light ofcarefully is corn notof tim There present in the blockust of sellers resu it held in The t t 000040Cd00bC66060004f64000Q fan price sled bluegrass reserve once S ion one case B of on er self nr me last of ton as son ino a or ern trol was the vass been his him the has ages Capt 6 tuckv AMQM THE CHURCHES Eld will preach at the Ur meeting in the Presbyterian church SuiJiynijht Bapiit church at vine is being torn down and a new will be built The Third Baptist church Owens boro has at taken action in Com monwealths Attorney Jake and has turned him out on a of drunkenness patient with the girl who walks a front seat late at church in order to show a new hat In a few years she will drop meekly into a goes seat in order to out quickly when the baby College conferred the degree o D D on no this yearbut it struck higher and conferred the de gree of on Dr Jesse B Thomas Newton Theological Seminary and Dr J B Marvin of Louisville Charles Ivingsleys recpa for being miserable is as follows Think about abut what you want what respect people ought to pay to you and what people think of you In oth words center all your thoughts on and you will have abundance of misery A special from Princeton Ky talk of the town is the sensational sermon preached at Uuion services night by Rey J L Hill of the Cumberland Presbyterian church He denounced all creeds the confession faith of his church and and made a plea for a of all the churches Captain Turner Bottom now known Rev Turner Bottom is carrying on Nicholas county and J M Robinson of Grant county The A3 vocate says they will go to Willisburg Cornishville and then to Garrard county Later on they may go to Dan ville Mr Bottom is now also licensed to marry folks President Mckinley sent cordial greetings and best wishes to the Con vention at Nashville and the Christian Endeavors of the United States as sembled in the 17th international con vention of the society and represent more than 2500000 young men and women of the United States alone thanked him for his greeting and ex Passed their heartiest sympathy with their Christian President William McKinley in his suggestion for a ser praise and thanksgiving to Al have United as he desired in prayer for speedy peace Thc committee having in charge the arrangements for the Seventeenth ternational Convention of the Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeav to be held at Nashville Tennessee July to announces to the world that is now in readiness and the city is anxiously awaiting the opportunity to welcome the jubilant throngs that will come from every State territory and many foreign lands The General Conference of the South Methodists have taken full con of Vanderbilt University This done to their credit be it said request of the Board of of the University The Methodists believe in denominational control of denominational institutions TheBoard of Education created by the Conference is to make a general can for 1500000 for educational pur poses The Advocate says Dr Robert R has for about three years been pastor of the Second Pres byterian church of Danville hss resignation to the n order to accept an urgent till to the pastorate of the Ramsey Memorial church in Knoxville Dr Suther lands resignation will be heard of with regret by his Danville friends He Inns pleased with his work here but strong attachment to Knoxville and the enthusiastic call for his ser vices there have been too much for to withstand The Internal Revenue Collectors of country estimate that they will need for the first three months of the operation of the war internal revenue 500000000 stamps The department only been able to furnish the col lectors with one months estimated supply Up to the present the Com missioner of Internal Revenue has dis tributed 175000000 stamps The Bu of Engraving and Printing in to turning out about 25000033 stamps lay but the employes are work day and night to do it Through attorneys Format Flood Lexington Mrs Margaret Prince brings suit against the Madison County Fair Association for 50000 dam for the death of her husband Prince of Wheeling W Va caused by him from an insecure stand a race The de fendants comprise twenty wealthy cit Richmond QUEEN CRESCEFT Rates American Library Association Lake wood Lake Chautauqua N Y 1898 Instructors of Deaf Columbus 0 July 1898 East Tennessee only will sell Meeting of the G O F Shelby 1214 Agents in Kentucky will Tobacco Growers Louisville Ky July 1314 1898 Agents in Kentucky will sell Annual Knights and Daughters of Tabor of Ken Hopkinsville Ky July 2029 Agents in Kentucky only will State U B F and T Cynthiana Ky August 912 Agents insell Triennial National Council of Congregational Churches Portland July 712 1898 a lei In Gwen oIl Russ ll last Rowe charge ato get criesEx Georgetown one LL D yourself rectionalism inMercerof from ofvice of proclamation G 11 everything Sutherlandwho a P gel accident Low 28Aug September Convention oF 3i4ifoi r OdtF6t kW84 OC9C8dGd48400 Cd Pile deno Tru tt congreg C Jul S 6EdM4040 P40a0 8d m in n alit VERY BRIDE and wife should know about the pre paratum that for half a century has bringlittledanger and the onehundredand discomforts and distractions incident to childbirth It is applied externally which is the only way to get relief Medicines taken internally will not help and may XVL result in harm Mothers Friend fits and prepares every organ muscle and part of the body for the critical hour It robs childbirth of its tortures and pains Babys coming is made quick and easy Its action is doubly bene his til the day he but dys not find are the period of pregnancy 1 Per bottle at all drug stores or pricesaysBOOKS FREE containing valuable infor mation to all women will be sent to any address upon application by The Bradfield Regulator Co nil Reunion General Gentry has just returned from Crab Orchard says the burg Democrat where he has leased the hotel property there for thirty days from August 1 for the dation and pleasure of the great gath ering of Gentrys expected to pour in frOm the four quarters of the earth The General who has been the active prime mover in the family reunion says that a multitude of letters has reached him from nearly every state in the Maine to Mississippi and he expects fully five hundred people to be present Among other forms of amusement he has planntd is a colossal surprise party in the of a fox hunt which he thinks will be a rouser to all the old fi lows in whose veins the Gentry blood curses After all the guests retire at the termination of the big opening ball General Ger try p oposes to have a fresh fox skin trailed all over the place through the grounds over the porches under the windows and then circling out for miles away When every male Gentry has turned over on his bed to dream of youthful sports of the past the Gener expects to liberate one hundred hounds on the fresh track of the fox right in the main court of the hotel Every man of the Gentry kith and kin at the familiar and charming the hounds deaptoned bay rush to the scene without going through the formality of putting on top clothes and as they gather there on the porches so many charm ghosts the mad chase will go on un the crack of day drives the indoors Outsido Kvplojion Waters says some little boys around Stanford had heard much said about bad men and had heard some fellow remark that as he was going to war against Spain he was daily sting small quantity of make him name so when they got hold of a nickel they straightway invested it in explosive and when their father caught them eating powder the other and learned the reason thereof made them think instantaneously that he had touched off a mine in the seat of their pants for he sailed into them like Dewey did the Spaniards at Manila The litttle fellows say they didnt know their scheme was loaded since the explosion of their dad wrath they are so disfigured they resemble the Main Timely Advice Rjbert J Burdette gives good as follows There are young men that do not work my son but the world is not proud of them It does know their names even it simply speaks of them as old soandsos boys Nobody likes them nobody hates them the great busy world doesnt even know that they are there So out what you want to be and en I take off your coat and make dust in the world The busier you tlc less deviltry you will ba apt get into the sweeter will be your sleep thi brighter and happier your holidays and the better satisfied will world be with you ficial if used during the whole Gaun Unionfrom Inal soundof will e 1 company u atJoe powder to 4e advice dos n rIO Y S hart accol ods trr R KINNAIRDS Insurance Agency Representing Over the following Fire Insurance Companies jElna of Hertford Queen of America National of Hartfort Phenix of Brooklyn Hartford of 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