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J j j 4M l VOLUME IX Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Clats Matter tenttn e ofb NUMBER J6 i PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAM Cor Public Square and Danville Avenuer Are You 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 JR Haselden Thinking figures tI Col Stanford W G Welch W I Williams Lancaster WELSH WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky All business attended to promptly BEAZLEY BAUIMAI FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALLING a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JULY 22 f898 i IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER I OCC 0000000 aoooccoo 0 0 0 0 000 oOoooocouooooooocu ocoooooaoc Co 0 00 0 c o o coo 0 00 coo OOOCI pooooeeoeeoeeeooooaeeceeaoooooeeaeooooeo peeeo xe County Court Mondvy Call at EJininst ns Kandy Kitchen Straw hats at cost at Logan Rob insons Sing needles and oil at Northcott will 4 12 and 5c for old hens Everything is fresh at the Grocery B Fay Mills at High Bridge and Sunday Buy ice from Northcott and it will be delivered daily CourierJournal and THE RECORD one year for only SI 25 Go to J A Beazley Co for in furniture No old shelfworn goods at the Blue Grass Grocery All the latest fancy groceries kept by the Blue Grass Take advantage of our CourierJour nal offer ls great Pure Homemade candies at E Imins tons Kandy Kitchen The best two horse wagon on th market at G S Gaines I would like to do your plain and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn v Nothing but the purest ingredient used at Edmiustons Ktndy Kitchen All kinds fancy candies made every day at Edminstion Kandy Ring 93 the Blue Grass Grocery for nice cheap groceries Prompt dcliv A well improved house and lot J C llemnhill Real Estate AgL 25 to 50 per cent saved on the dollar means a good deal to you at the Blue For Sal Wheel A high frame Victor Biovce in good order or will exjhangeWor a good gantle horse J CrUEjiiniLi tine Tnompson payYou sewing fres cry Sale G ass Grvc ry ma Blue- Grass Saturday C bargains Kitchen 1 fir c I have for sale a fine Jersey cow A iplendid milker Mrs Jesss Wadea G S Gaines will not allow any to grow his feet Come and see ais prices The Old always on Top in quality the Bottom in PRICES v V T CIIRRKY The new superior Disc Drill the fin est on earth Do fail to see G S Gaines before you I can show you how to own by saving a small amount week J CL Hemphill Secy The gang of little negroes in the work house was made to cut the weeds and clean up the Public Square GOLd The Blue Grass Grocery has opened the eyes of the people Their prices cannot ba duplicated Low For the next we will give you unheard of prices on buggies and harness fW J Romans Carriage Co Bourbon Steam Laundry Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry Leave your orders at Sweeneys store tf W J Romans is ow better prepar ed to do all repair work n vehicles than ever and will do honest woolc very low pries A Few Left I have a few more Tailormadu suits make to your 51000 Dont mis ths opportunity one J C Heinphill y Dont fail to sze our line of Ladies Oxords that we are closing out at 50 pr cent less than manufacturers cos Loan Robinson Scure your home through the Building fc Loan Association and it will cost you no mire thari you now paying out for rent J C Hemphill Property Bought Dr Evans has bought of Mrs Marrs her property on Rchmond street for 11 0 Dr Evans will now reside here permanently lie is a good physician and a Christian gentleman Our cit izans are always glad to welcome man into their mUst u der R able a nantity at no bit your hone days kind lof efore good a that I will measure t See such- a Blue- Grass each Prices thirty fair get Lancaster are wig Bargains in Shoes We have begun our annual Price Sale of Shoes and Oxfords We have now on tables 125 to 150 pairs Ladies and Shoes and Slippers worth from 150 to 250 We are closing these goods out at 25c to 125 Get first choice v taii Logan iVrr T f f gI f f f ft f f f I Cut j 4 I Children r 2j r Zt f j f z v n o 7 r nrnrnnm r v rnvminrmrrrir rnnmmmon trt- riiii iS J i Robinson IIIIUIUUlIUU111JU1111U1N1UlUlUU11UlUlU11J1U11 r u We are offering some big bargains in Ladies Oxfords sizes 1 12 at 50c and 75c regular pric 200 2 50 S3 09 Logan Robinson that you pay out for rent is gone forever You can pay the same amount into the Lancaster Building uoan Association and own your home this J C Hemphill All persons oweing notes or ac counts to the firm of W R Robinson Bro can save cost and much annoy ance by settling same at once J C Robinson for W R Robiuson Bra Quite a number of good homes ic Lancaster were secured through the Lancaster Building Loan tiou Why do you not secure one if J C Hemphill S cjy Taken up as Estray Five black and two red hogs weight about 130 pounds to nay place June 1st Ovner cm have same by proving property and paying cnargcs July 15 1SUS E M Carmack 3t Paint Lick Ky 150000 bushels of wheat delivered at our warehouse Highest cash price paid on delivery Best lump and block Pittsburg coal On Salt Lime Sand Cement and farming implements C C GLASS Duo Camp Nelson Ky A Success is the Palisades Mri B istow is meeting with much success as manager of the Palisades this season This delightful resort has been more liberally patronized this summer than ever before Mrs Bristows old Lancaster friends are glad of her success Colored Teachers Institute 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 live days Wm D Thomas EUSA J LUSK Supt While 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 tf EUSA J Lusic Supt I will receive sealed bids from now until August 1 1SUS fur laying a side walk according to specifications down in town laws from poultry house to corner of old Semin ary property Length 300 feet by G feet wide Bidder to do grading and furnish all material J B Kinnaird A New Doctor Oae of his relatives teals TIlE RECORD that Dr Burnett of Windsor Ills will move to Lancaster about Septem ber 1st to practice his profession Dr Windsor is a soninlaw of Mr Arnold and is widely known in Garrard county lie was here a few days since looping over the ground and was well pleased with the outlook Easy to Understand Col Gaither has forbidden hs men eating the trash sent from home Of course the cake jam etc sant the soldier boys makes them sick Those brave and energetic enough to go were never used to such stuff The ones raised on jim and sweet meats are still at home having these dainties poked into their mouths by mom mer Let Work Proceed The straight goods dosed out to by Judge Brown in the Police Court this week will do great good toward civilizing the toughs on Bat tle Row When Judge Brown thinks a prisoner guilty he does not hesitate to stick a fine on him lIe is a judge and is doing his utmost to break up the devilment which is kicked the notorious Ilish It Along We heard another railroad man say Sunday that he balieved that with i little encouragement the L N peo pie would run the day passenger train over this branch of their road pull together on this matter brethren and the chances are good for getting them You see how the other trains were gotten so why stand bacc because goardheads say there is no chance for the improvement Ministers Invited Mrs Emma Buford Bristow mana ger of the Palisades at High Bridge requests TIlE RECORD to extend an to all the ministers of county to come and hear B Fay Mills at the Palisades next Saturday Sunday This will be a good opportu nity to hoar the great man anti people should not fail to go over For Throwing tocks A herd of Itile negro boys were fined in the Police Court this week fo throwing rocks on the streets This a good mave for if throwing rocks i permitted to go by unnoticed the shooters and midnight hades will soon think they can indulg in the serious offense of throwini rocks You know one evil leads to still greater one and the pistol soon begin to rocks there is ft atop put to it now tltch in time i land all Try Sec J I tf anted Thompson evildoers splendid constantly upon simply some the out raisers eta J S S Assoc Coma IVauted Instructor lids laid the Good Chute invitation ant pistol shooters not Guards Replaced The Richmond turnpike people and Judge Burnside went to Stanford as stated in last issue of TILE RECORD to see Judge Sat iley about replacing the guards at the gates As state 1 before no affidavit was filed before Burnside and he refused to furnish guards At Stanford the affidavit was of course Judge Saufley had to put the guards back They are now on duty at the double g ite Declamatory Contest all arrangements have been completed for the Declamatary to be given at the Court House on the evening of August 9Lh The ad mission to all parts of the house will be only twentyfive cents ant scats may be at Stormes now Miss Julia Reid who has the the matter in charge has succeeded in getting together an excellent list of speakers and the contest promises to be the best ever given In Lancaster It is for the benefit of the Baptist church and should be well patronized The Itauk Taxes I Representatives o ths local banks met with the City Council to discuss the tax question It was agreed by the Council to accept the taxes due for 97 and 1803 two years and run back no further This will be perfectly agree able to all right thinking people as to extend the taxes bacc further would put a tremendous burden on the banks and it would not be right to put any more burden on them than on an indi vidual Jhe banks will pay about 53000 into the citys treasury by this agreement Camp Meeting The Camp Grounds will be full of interest this year with lively fine speakers excellent music and crowds of delighted and people LMW rates during the Camp Meeting and special low Sunday rates for Sundays July 24th and 31st will be made via the Queen Crescent Route Special Sunday train service will be run July 24th and 31st for con venience of patrons between Somer set and High Bridge ask your ticket agent for full particulars or sec small bills You May Expect It When you come to town Monday you miy expect to be asked to pay Tun RECORD what you owe it to date A good many promised to pay last court day but forgot to do so ittle amounts make a big sum wl ei added together and we are needing the money as badly as ths fellow Texas needed the pistol Two repre sentatives of THE RECORD with be on the street all day Monday and a gilt edged invitation will be given out to each man owing us to fork out is due Crab Orchard Springs A RECORD representative had the pleasure of spending Sunday at Crab Orchard Springs For the past year or so this famous old resort has been back its reputation and people from all over the country have learned that they can now go there and get the best fare and to be found anywhere There are now some 15 guests there and the crowd is made up of the very best For a vacation which will be perfect socially and in physical bene fits we know of no better place to vis it than Crab Orchard Sprinsrs IV ill Not be Here We got a little mixed up on Bro Gowens card last week and said he would preach Sunday We have another card fr m our good friend saying he will not be here next Sunday and we can make affidavit to thin correctness of this announcement if there are any doubting Thomases He says he saw the St Louis on her way from delivering Cervera to and that there were six of Watsons colliers there when he wrote He has seen many of those wounded at Santiago en route to the hospitalsand the signs of war are on every hand Night Man Put On The City Council at last to put a stop to the shooting and general devilment kicked up in town at night Wednesday they ap pointed Joe Petty as night policeman ho at once entered upon hs du ties Mr petty is a splendid man for the place lie is strictly sober and is not afraid to swear against any man he catches violating the law Mr Walker will remain as day tuna The Council is determined to stop pistol shooting on the streets and the usual hullaballoo on Battle Row If they will employ an additional t man for night work Three cheers for the Council or Course A Knot on a Log was head to say the other day Its awful to have to wait til 4 oclock every day for the mail Now such chumps as this do not take into consideration the ten thousand advantages given the town by the recent change of trains but want to find fault if theres the least s possible chance The man who made s the above quoted gets abput one letter in ten years and puts in fourteen hours a day pressing the seat of his breeches against a chair We wish such kickers as these were in a and we held a rceipt for em Any that wishes to i can remarkably well without such cattle but they forthcoming- and Nearly Contest securel High Urhl C programs 1 hese ins what steadilywinning Annapolis half determined sand II ef drugstore appreciative treatment people received necessary remark Halifax infes- tfvery town rlnr t 4 iwy TERMS OF PUBSCR1PTICN fl00per Year in Advance ARE MAKINGWE i j SPECIAL LOW PRICES O N Ladies fancy AND CORSETS j Hosiery I jOur lines of m at 11 d JfL W ffiJ lEJJ STILL GO AT REDUCED PRIGS V SOME GOOn LEFT YET IN 0 and SliD r THAN HALF PRl BI The lOGAN DRY GOODS CO North Side Pub Sq Lancaster Sy IJ fiND THINGS Ladies Misos Q LESS Jfo Sunday Papers Because two or three parties are op posed to Sunday mails the reading public is completely cut off from get ting the daily papers and is compell ed to ten cents apiece for them and send a man either to Stanford or Danville for them The papers are carried by here on the night trains and thrown off at Richmond where they stay until Monday morning We believe that with as much hustle as the daily paper has it will stir some one up over this matter if attention is called to it At this article will be marked and sent to the leading papers for what it is worth As matters now stand the Saturday aternoon papers are not in Lancaster until Monday morning and are with Sundays edition We hope this will ba fixed then we can bi an noyed by those opposed to the Sunday mails wanting to borrow our Mistaken Idea An idea is prevalent that the Gen trys have rented the entire hotel property at Crab Orchard Springs for their reunion We have it from the proprietor that only a special rate has been made the Gentryrs and while there will be a great crowd of them on hand yet Mr Hofraann can make room for any guests who may come The property has not been leased for this occasion There will be a tre mendous crowd at the Springs during this reunion and the occasion will be one to be long remembered but for those desiring to spend a time thre to rest and get the benefits of the healthgiving waters we would advise them to go either before or after the big reunion The Geutrys assemble there August the 1st but the are that by the end of that week there will be ample room to accommo date all The Lancaster Company Tha question is often asced Will the home company be ordered South We have made inquiry at the regimen tal headquarters for information on this point and CoL Giither says they can not tell what will be done If the regiment is wanted it be of the until a very few days and maybe hon s before the time to start All talk going the rounds as to what the boys are going to do is sim as they do not know about it at Chickamauga than we do here at home The home pang isgetting along nicely has no sckness and the biys are well satis fi ed It has no dirling who have to be fed with a spoon or on a milk bottle three a day so everything is moving along welL It pay average anyrate Sunday probabilities willnot plywind cum mamas h r f 1 1 r S delivered paper notified fact anymore noised times r s possible the well ba orderedto Porto III co but as every regiment there is exerting all energy to get to tjkj the trip there is no telling who will bi ordered Hold Your Orders- I will be better equipped than ever in the Fall to sell you a suit of clothes at the lowest prices a perfect fit I will have Sam pes from best houses in Louisville Chicago Philadelphia and Buffalo Look before buying M D Hughes Agent Police Court Judge Brown had a number of case before him this week It is one of the most difficult things in the world to convict the average Police Court The parties get into trouble and while mad swear out the warrant By the time the case comes to trial the angry passions of the witness have subsided and nine out of every ten OL them will then refuse to swear against the one under triaL If the p irties get a Chance to talk it over its good bye conviction Eliza Reed is quite a bad un on the Chute and the other negroes are afraid of her Sev were sworn out against her this week charging her with abu sive language breach of the peace etc but the court could only pump out enough evidence to fix one fine of 5 and costs Harriet Shanks was fined and cost for using abusive language and the jury acquitted Theo dore Young for fighting A general fight between about six or eight ne groes took place on this disreputable street Saturday night in which sever al of the participants were cut and bruised up As they are all working to the case out of court tha Mar shal has not yet succeeded in getting warrants for them all butsays he will I tile Royal is the Ugliest grade bkig i fcavwn Actual tests show it goes Gee thM further thM otter braid that secondregiment eralwarrants 1 keeo JudgeBrown Itet guaranteeing offender ever powder r gay kiNG POWDER MlIIIItIIY novaa ea sEw vase f r asmns powerir i Lw- Aw 2 4 CENTRAJL EVERY VEEK B- YItOVIS LANDRAX Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY 2 F9T R CORP rERxs Sir MONTHS TBBKK 100 50 25 f ONE YJrAR IN e FRIDAY July 22 1898 SPANIARDS are like Indians A good Indian is a dead Tits only charge of any consequence ever made by the Cuban soldiers has that upon the commissary de partmentWE the doctors will succeed in stamping out the smallpox now in the state before the political speaker makes his appearance These two plagues united would soon completely depopulate poor old Kentucky SOME people are saying the end the war is near Dont believe dear reader The Spaniards will quit when every devil of em has had his toes turned to the dasies by an Amer bullet sense to quit TilE Cubans have proven to be worthless as soldiers and from all indications they are not worth a blank for anything Uncle Sam will finally have to take absolute of the island and the sooner he docs so the better it will be IF none but negroes are to be hung in Kentucky it would be a mighty good idea to whitewash one of them before sending him to glory The sight of a white man dangling at the ropes end would have a decidedly good effect in the grand old TIlE obedience of the Spanish is simply remarkable If the other qualifications of a soldier were well lived up to they would have the in the world Hut doing what they are told seems to be the on feature They have no judgment whatever neither officers ONE well versed on army matters writes that we ought not be too se vere in criticizing Gen Shafter by saying he rushed into the San Juan fight in order to win fame He was doubtless going on orders from and the reports of those who took part in the fight will probably give accounts of it which will throw an entirely different light oa the TimE report is going the rounds that Hon George Divison will not be a candidate for reelection and will not allow his name to be used Now if the republicans want to put up a who is a typical gentleman a true Kentuckian a man thoroughly equipped and in whom there is no guile why dont thev induce lion James W Caperton of Madison to become a candidate Let it be a case of the office seeking the man WITH all the talk of peace direct or indirect on the subject has ben received from Spain Uncle Sam in the mean time is going straight ahead with preparations to make an other sweep of the Dons and no time is being lost in parleying It seems that the American authorities at Washington have at last come to the conclusion that the Spaniards will have to be whipped into submission and no more time will be wasted in beating the devil around the TIlE president continues to make officers out of the sons of senators and others who have the necessary pulL These handmedown officers are yes ted with as much authority as a educated soldier and in some cases are placed over regulars Such action is a disgrace to the country Most of appointed are not worth a pewter cuss and could not whip a ca nary bird Hut merit is not consider ed these days It is money and polit icians who control the country and they run things to suit their own sweet selves LUCIEN YOUNG and his little Hist has been doing some noble work for Uncle Sam Taking this fact into con sideration his Kentucky friendsshould make a fight to get him prc moted to a good berth on the new bat tleship Kentucky If the authorities will not make him the commander they will doubtless give him a big lift in some way to recognize the brave deeds done in the present war His friends are legion and if they will make a united pull they will surely help the gallant Lucien to a much more prominent place THE pood old town of Richmond is to undergo another local option elec tion These elections create more ex citement and hard feelings among the people of a town than does anything else The opposing factions have Cleared for action in the hospitable perance people have several thirteen inch guns of the G W Young pattern and will throw shells into the camp of the enemy which will scatter beer and bar room fixtures to the four winds The Cheif Burgess of Milesburg Pa says Little Early Riser are the best pills he ever used in his fami ly during forty years ofhouse keeping They cure constipation sick head ache and stomach and liver troubles Small in size but great in results Stormes Prug 1m of of by to Indian lean They have not enough utterly counterfeit control Common- wealtho soldiers bestarmy lyredeeming or men Washington matter candidate absolutely nothing stump regularly hoe Gewillbot- tles DeWitts been t Store- Y A h The War fC T the ed low the to tion ies ted is at for Admiral Sampsons of Santiago destroyed fiftyseven buildings When Gen Shafter entered Santiago he found it had been sacked by the Spaniards Nearly 00000 of the 75000 volunteers asked for by the president in his sec ond call for troops have been recruited and most of them have been mustered into service The terms of surrender give the Spanish guerrillas and irregulars the privilege of remaining in Cuba on instead of being sent to Spain so elect Capt Gen Blanco has cabled the Spanish government that Santiago was surrendered without his knowl edge Gen Toral will be tried by CourtMarshal The subscriptions to the new 3 per cent war loan 20000000 including offers made by syndicates amount to 1200000 or six times the amount of the issue There are now fully GOO cases of yel fever under treatment in the army before Santiago but the mortality is very light and Maj Gen Miles thinks worst is over The type appears be mild Sick headache biliousness and all liver and stomach 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 In Maj Gen Shafters report of the of Santiago he says on tering the city he discovered per feet entanglement defenses and de dares that it would have cost 5000 lives to tape the town with the Span iards fighting as they did July 1 The harbor of Santiago will be of mines as speedily as possible and then be utilized as a naval station and harbor of refuge It is admirably fit to be a safe resort for American shipping in the hurricane season which now upon us It is expected by the navy depart ment that but few ships of Adm Samp sons squadron will enter the harbor Santiago Enough vessels will be sent in to put the harbor in condition naval operations and the needs of American interests I have used Chamberlains Remedy in my famiy for years and always with good results says Mr W 1J Cooper of El Rio Cal For small children we find it especially effective For sale by R E McRob erts 1m Gen Miles is anxious to remove the troops from Cuba as soon as possible even if they have to be kept on the transport ships for a time before against Porto Rico and is eagerly awaiting the of the further campaign the Washington government The Government has advertised for sealed proposals for the transportation to Spain of 1000 Spanish officers and 24000 enlisted men The Spanish troops in the city are now said to only 7000 men while life number in the surrendered district is variously given at 22500 to 24000 E C Blanks of Lewisville Texas writes that one box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve was worth 50000 to him It cured his piles of ten years stand ing He advises others to try it It also cures eczema skin diseases and obstinate sores Stormes Drug Store 1m The Cubans are not pleased with situation at Santiago They think Gen Garcia should be made Governor General of the surrendered territory and threaten trouble if ignored The residents of the city seem to regret the departure of Spanish sovereignty but are reconciled by American supplies of food The volunteers are to be supplied with cartridges containing smokeless powder Smokeless powder is also be lag supplied to the navy Several cruisers and numerous gunboats now have magazines filled with it The sue cees of the smokeless powder used by the Spaniards has demonstrated the necessity for its use There is a difference of as to how the Porto Rican should be made up Gen Miles wants to take many of the regiments now before San tiago Gen Brooke wants to take as many regiments as possible from his corps at Chickamauga The surgeons disapprove the plan of using the troops now at Capt Gen Blanco at Havana wiil be deprived of all means of tion with his government at Madrid except through a strict censorship when the American army formally takes possession of Santiago There can be doubt on this question as Shafter will direct immediately on taking charge of the city that Amer ican operators be placed in the fete graph office there While the work goes on at Santiago gathering in the scattered Spanish troops surrendered by Gen Toral es tablishing postoffices in the territory opening the harbor to trade fixing customs ragnlationt taking possession the captured property and other wise following up the victory gained Gen Shafters army the United States Government is vigorously push ing preparations for the next import ant expedition against Por Rico The movement against Porto bombardment ofthey pleasant assurrender cleared Cough moving therefore determination number thee expedition Santiago no of movethe a last const tr can commu n nice the can flag ed the of no to ry his 43 to ed a Q to of of ed Woo In on iu oarnost Maj Gen Miles sailed from Santiago with four batteries of light artillery and 6200 men have sailed from Tampa Other troops are embarking at Charleston and two divisions will move from Chickamauga The troops which sail ed will land at ones and await the ar rival of the remainder of the army The landing place it is said will be within thirty miles of San Juan Sunday the fl ig of the American was flung to the breeze from house of the Civil Government in Santiago Three hours earlier Gen Toral had met Gen Shafter between lines of the opposing armies and landed him his sword in token of the final surrender according to the terms agreed upon Gen Shafter returned the weapon to the Spanish Immediately afterward the Span ish troops began depositing their arms Maj Gen Shafter reports that 7000 rifles and 000003 cartridges were sur rendered The raising of the Ameri flag over Santiago was an impres sine scene The conquering army was represented besides its general officers a army will not enter the city until the Spaniards haue embarked As the went up every American uncover and as the wind shook out its folds bands burst out with the strains The StarSpangled Banner while Caprons bottery from its position out side the city boomeb a salute Thous ands of people witnessed the scene The Ninth and Thirteenth infantry detailed to remain in the city to pre serve order The Spanish prisoners are to camp outside the American lines until transports are ready for then As early as 4 a m the refugees began returning to Santiago presented a pitiable sight and relief there The stores had been of the nrsarable refugees had fallen by the wayside 1 he dissatisfaction of the Cubans be cause Santiago was not turned over to them is very pronounced So much friction has developed that the Department thinks it will be prudent keep a larger part of Gen Shafters army at Santiago than was at first contemplated both as a precaution against Spanish attack and to hold the in check MARKSBURY A number of young people were roy ally entertained by Miss Kate Moore and brother last Thursday evening present say that they never spent a more enjoyable evening George Durham cut down a large black walnut tree near his residence a few days ago which has quite a histo It was owned by Wm Parks in 1831 He died in 1833 of cholera and son then came in possession he took great interest in its development Some of the branches measured from to 50 feet from the body and when cut down it measured 4 feet 5 inches across the stump Mr Durham sold it parties who will ship it to England Misses Susie Sutton and Katie West are visiting friends and relatives near Bettis Miss Minnie Johnson of Marcellus is the pleasant guest of Miss Sadie Aldridge Mr Ed Perkins has excepted a position in the Grocery at Lancaster Miss riam Herring of Louisville after eral weeks visit to her cousin Miss Sarah Herring returned home Men day Mr and Mrs N H Bogie spent in Danville were accompani home by little Miss Mattie Lee Hughes Mrs W M Kuykendall and daughters have returned from a two weeks visit to Mt Washington Mr and Mrs John Woods accompanied by their little son and daughter of Danville spent last Mrs Woods sister Mrs Charles During the hot weather summer I had a severe attack of cholera morbus necessitating my leaving my business says Mr C A Hare of Hare Bros Fin castle Ohio After taking two threee doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I was and iu a few hours was able to resume my work in the store I sincerely recommend it to afflicted with stomach or bowel trouble For sale by R E McRoberts Im McCREARY Born to the wife of Jno A Saunders J R Warner and Alex Walker who were on the sick Hit last week are better The sad death of Jim Johnston who died at Chickamauga and was buried Lancaster Saturday was a surprise his many friends at this place All who know Jim liked him for he was a Rood boy and made a host of friends wherever he went Died last Friday Georgic infant daughter of Mr and Mrs J D Nave and was buried in Lancaster Satur lay Ihe little rosebud has been gathered to a brighter world by the one who little children to come me The family has the sympathy the entire community Mr and Mrs Davis Suttoa visited relatives in Kirksville the latter part last week Mrs Tom Johnston of Lexington visited Mrs W T Pher igo last Tuesday Misses Marie Burnside of Lancaster and Battle Broaddus of Mad ison were the guests Miss Jennie week Miss Jennie Gulley is visiting friends in your city this week Mrs Thos Walnut Flat is visiting her Ldng of Madison spent last week with his Mr John Long Thousands of persons have been cur of piles using DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It heals promptly and cures eczema and all skin diseases It gives immediate relief Stormes Drug Store 1m w isn La 73 tr l C IiiO has the commander andif betWar- n Cubans Everyone Blue- Grass Sunday weekwith t completelyrelieved anyone boy reported saidsuffer unto Hardin last Kelley of mother Mrs Mary Yater Mr Sam son b republic Th born Bunch na Dev t vM on ler on ing in of an is til E to to fc a AMONG THE CHURCHES Gladstones granddaughter has a Gospel Missionary The recent Italian census shows 62 003 Protestants in a population of 31 OJOOOO Rev Henry Faulconer has his Bible class in the Presbyterian Sunday School It is composed of young Lancaster Baptists are making up money to have the windows in the building cut down and fitted out in modern style The contest spoken of elsewhera in THE RECORD is for this purpose and the people should patron ize it Nothing is more soulstiring than to hear an entire congregation join in on a familiar hymn And nothing grates the nerves like having to sit and listen to two or three persons chaw on a song which no one ever heard be fore and even those trying to sing it dont know For pittys salts do your practicing at home brethren and sis A Baptist paper says Heroic Hobson showed his Baptist blood in the letter written to his sister before he started his war journey as follows Feel that there has been earnestness of effort in my life ready to accept any consequences I hope to put aside every thought and bend entirely to the work hand to go in for action without any preoccupation or diverting thought leaving all issues to the God that rules over all to whom we must refer the mystery of life and the mystery of death Says the Forest Review of July 14 the Rev David Dempster of the Dan ville theological Seminary who is now the guest of his brother the pastor of the Presbyterian church of North Baltimore Rev David Dempster to his home at North more Ohio Thursday Mr Dempster occupied the pulpit of the Presbyteri church morning and evening He a very eloquent and able preachtr and by his genial manner made many friends in Albany during his brief stay Our baby has been continually troubled with colic and cholera in since his all that we could do for him did not seem to give more than temporary relief uc we 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 advt r tise pour meritorious Si Law Keokuk Iowa For sale by R McRoberts 1m PREACHERSVILLE Fine rains continue to fall J L Hutchins bought 6 shoats Rev F B Jones for 1350 G A Sler has gone to the after a load of sheep Mr and Mrs John Cress have gone Rockcastle county on a visit J C Siler received of Davis 23 odd hogs at 350 per hundred The infant child of Mr and Mrs Ben Kennedy is very eick at this time Rev M C Reed of West Virginia preached at the Methodist church here Saturday and Sunday night The darkey George Stephenson who is to be hung at Stanford was raised and lived in sight of this place Miss Waidie Thcmpson who has been very sick for some time is able be out again Owen Anderson who has typhoid fever is doing very welL Persons troubled with diarrhoea will be interested in the experience of Mr W M Bush clerk of Hotel Providence R I He says For years I have been almost a sufferer from diarrhoea the 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 its effects were immediate Whenever I felt symptoms of the disease I would myself against the attack with few of this valuable The result has been very satisfactory and almost complete from the affliction sale by R E McRob 1m S j m PC hG n 7 1 t become reorganized Allre- turned fantum birthand Cholera remedyJ mountains Anderson several constant frequent I wisidi8 01Cd 4oooooeooooe men- The Bal ire Lee yews arts dy of in of J BUCKEYE Mrs Nelson Dean is very sick of tyr ihcid fever Harden Price had a hemorrage of the lungs last week Joseph Simpson sold to Mr Burdine Jessamine one yoke oxen at 93 W B Burton sold to Pony Beazley 9 cattle at 4 14 j for October delivery A heavy rain fell here Sunday and Monday and the high water of Paint Lick carried off hogs chickens geese trees boxes and barrels etc Clayton Wearen who has a position the Lakeland Asylum and Miss Mote Nave of Danville were guests Mrs Thornton one last week A young lady of this place seemed to be the drawing card Miss Nell Ray left Sunday to visit her aunt Mrs Ben Hughes of Mercer E Dickerson spent Sunday in Crab Orchard Miss Hattie Jones is with friends in Nicholasvllle W T Noel and family and Miss Nora Ray in Kirksville Saturday and Sunday W H Ray has returned home from a visit to sick relatives in Mercer CW Brown and wife spent Sunday and Monday with Mr Bs parents near Buena Vista The editor of the Evans City Pa Globe writes One Minute Cough Cure is rightly named It cured my children after all other remedies It cures coughs colds and all throat and lung troubles Stormes Drug Story 1m BRYANTSVILLE Rev Clark filled his regular here Sun lay Miss Mittie Dunn began her school at Herrings school house Monday the 18th Mrs A S Hasclden purchased of Dr Mack Elliott his house and lot at this place for 930 Marshal Hughes has bought a lot Danville and will erect a dwelling the near future Mrs J II Burke is on the sick list this week Little Edna Berkele who has been quite sick is improving Miss Kathe Jennings of Lower Gar rard and Miss Bessie Ballard of Paint Lick are the guests of Mrs R S Haselden this week Miss Bettie Browning of Lexington is the guest of Mrs T C Armstrong Mrs G T Ballard and little daughter Annie Belle of Paint Lick are friends and relatives here Miss Lula Burke has retured from a visit to Perryville Miss Maggie Jennings has returned to her home in Danville after a pleasant visit to her Master Julius Elliott is spending the week with his brother Dr Mack Elliott Little Miss Jones is visiting Mrs Jeff Dunn Mr Jeff Cheatham has return ed to Chickamauga after a brief visit to his parents 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 Im CARTERSVILLE F A Koehler is improving slowly Wm Smith opened school at Wood view last Monday Mr Caldwell has opened school with a good attendance Huckleberry picking is in full blast There is a large crop Ed Koehlers baby has the whooping cough and is very low J B Conn can save you money on repairing vehicles machinery guns clocks watches c Our village is on a boom a baker shop all but the striped pole will go to Wallaceton to get that J R Conn handles the largest and nicest line of coffins caskets c in the county Can supply from here or at Paint Lick Win your battles against disease by acting promptly Oae Minute Cough Cure produces immediate results When taken early it prevents And in later stages it furni shes prompt relief Stormes Drug Store 1m TilE RECOHD and Courier Journal 1 T f Anderson visited failed appointment pleasant visiting grandmother t shrouds consumption I evening Marguerite Inn PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH Mastic Mixed pain 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 Latin Greek German French English Mathematics Science History Music and Physical Culture TERMS moderate BOARDING DE ARTMENT all that could be wished lor Comfort and Convenience and catalogue address the Principal JAMES G DOLLEY n A M ROBERTS Wld llrrJJl A IiIrJl J Oratory Forparticulars J 1 j J 1f ii j 7 0 SCARED UP 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 the question WHAT MADE 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 iicreas 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 pine apple and Honey Drip Syrup gc per qt 14 coke Manhattin Sweet Chocolate c No i Lamp chimneys 4C No 2 Lamp chimneys 5C and all other goods aecordingly BLUE GRASS GROCERY GO BPH P BROWN MGR E W Lillard JKO BStcut Lillard cfe Sloizt Stationery Paints Oils Etc DANVILLE KENTUCKY t r A t THEM f lid i flfrIP I LE A 0 I N G D RUG GIS T S 1t 11 L 111Gu Pg Q i g I 11 f y 1 00000 100000 ORGANIZED 1883 cITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF LANOASTEE FT B j Capital 100000 Surplus Fund BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed J M HIQQINBOTHAM President LEWIs Y LKAVBLL VIcePreaident F HUDSON Cashier W O RiauEY Assistant WALKES Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JMHI6OINBOTHAM Latvia Y LBAVBLL JOHNSON TM ARNOLD JB HUDSON ALX GIBBS J J WJLLKBK JACOB Y ROBINSON 15000 Cashr- C D B H C ARNOLD B F NATIONAL BANK I493T CAPITAL 20000000 j OF S SURPLIf6gooooo LANCASTER KY A R DENNY President Jxo E STOKJIES Vice President WM H KINNAIRD J F ROBINSON JB Assistant Cashr Bookkeeper R T EMBRY Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS SaralDCochran Jas Spltman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson Jno E Stormes r Cashier- S C DENNY i Danville Ky CALDWELL LANIER SHOES PLEASURE TO LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE OAZLjILi OIsT TJS WE WANT TO SEE YOU Whether You Buy Or Not TRUNKS and VALISES S SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO OF NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton Jgts Office ovei Post Office j KENTUCKY I have purchased the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice Special attention given Commercial Travelers RICE BENGE j us your Job Printing I 1 I j FIRE a II lIn IN8URAN J i L tNCSSr5R i 11 I NEW LIVERY 41 fa I Br t i oJ t j Those indebted to me please call and settle at once for I need the money to settle my ac countsI THIS Miss Sallie Tillett DENTISTTeeth filled and extracted wltb hardware store next to Court Rouse Lancas ter Ky Skin DiseasesFor the speedyand permanent cure of tetter and eczema Cham berlains Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal It relieves the and smarting almost instantly and use effects a permanent cure It also cures itch itch granulated lids aidTermifnge Price ascents Soldby JU JB VcRoberfer Druggist Lancaster NOTICHI W s EA7iliEY BridgeWork pileschapped forhorses itching s i 4 WAR FOR CERTAINWE ARE READY FOR IT WE ARE SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED Toll saved 1O Orrear Some of our 12 1350 1500 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 SUITINGS AND WORKSHOP J L Frohman Co Telephone 136 Danville Ky J H l ir Vn 71 p r ofI 11 I II a c d ITS and F THE GLOBE Times C LEANSNG2sND RESSI NGH Always this time of the my desire is to get rid of in line whether cost or 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 line go in thissale MRS O DERFUL SfiLE Y millinery s ODY HARDEN I I CLEJVL 7VG I rliR 1 l CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY July 22 1898 PERSONAL Miss Franky Doty is visiting Miss Lucile Ballard Miss Jennie Galley is the guest of relatives in this city Miss Cordelia Ray has returned horn from Linnictta Springs CoL W S Ferguson of Covington is spending a few days here Adjutant General D R Collier has been at home for a few days Mrs William George left Monday to visit relatives in Bristol Penn Mollie Martin is the guest of her cousin Mr R II Batson Rev and Mrs Henry Faulconer are spending a week in Frankfort Miss Rella Arnold is in Crab Orch art this week visiting relatives Misses Suttle and Smith of Lexing ton are guests of Miss Lottie Bettis Rev and Mrs Clark have returned from a visit to relatives in Eminence Miss Hayden of Lebanon was the visitor of Mrs Wm Mason this week Mr and Mrs John Baughman of Boyle spent Monday here Master John Tanner and Mrs W K Shugars were here a few days this week Mrs Mary Allan Weisiger left Non day for Ejtill Springs to spend a month Miss Miller has returned from a visit to her cousin Laura B Duty of Brannon Mrs John E Stormes has returned from a pleasant visit to Nicholasville relativesMrs Mr b bury of Perry yule is visiting her daughter Mrs Wm Hughes Mr Robert Sallee of Danville has been a guest at Mrs E II Ballards for the past week Mr and Mrs Tom Johnston of Har rodsburg are with Dr Evan and wife on Richmond Ave Mesdames Jane Jennings and Elisa Blankenship are visiting Mr and Mrs Cotton of Kirksville Mrs M L Biddow and Mrs Lizie Rice of Hedgeville visited at Mr E Lawless this wejk Marshal Noel and sister Miss Marga crab j Orchard j Springs u NOW OPEN S3V W VVVVVS WSx i COOL p EXHILARATING c RESTFUL cCT n w GOOD For terms address Gus Hofmann rOOO OOOO 0000000000 W MIl J withrelatives Grace Ia Y 6JW6JW2f2 3 J J 00 00 AMUSEMENTS C d Propr 0000 I 000000000 ooooaf1 1 4 t i2 k U r I t 1 kI 1c LIVING- s A 4n s vet of Stanford are visiting their aunt Mrs J M Hiatt Mrs Alex West has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Chas Del m in in Nicholasville Hurt A Spencer of Louisville is spending a weep with his parents Mr and Mrs P W Spencer Miss Eulah Totten of Stanford has been visiting her grandfather Wm Totteu the last two weeks Mrs S E Menzies and daughte Miss Ida of Donaldsonville La are vitiing at Mr E W Lawless Mrs J II Handibo of El Paso Texas a sister of Tom Wall is her uncle T L Broaddus Dr W S Beassley went to this vek to have his eyes on lie ill return Saturday Misses Annie Francis and Jennie Park of Paint Lick have been Mrs Joe Robinsons guests this week Ernest G Brown has returned from a business trip to Louisville He also made a visit to Load oa to see Q teen Mrs Gorge D Robinson has re turned fr m a pleasant two weeks to Washington and other eastern citiesMiss Georgia B ones the pretty daughter of Charles J Doty is vis iting her little cousins Lena May and Hugh Miller Miss Mary Rout gave a hayride Tuesday evening it honor of her charming guest Miss Bessie Bullock of Shelbyville Misses Angie and Stella Ballou two popular Stanford ladies are guests 0f Mr and Mrs II M Ballou on Lex ington avenue Mesdames Redmond of Columbus 0 Djnley of Louisville and Sulli van of Danville are the guests of Mrs John Donohue Mrs Bloch Mr U S Kendall Bertha Bloch and Gene Dick of Crab Orchard Springs were visitors in this city last week Miss Nannie Beard after a very aleasant visit to her friend ljl returned to her home in Saturday Miss Maude A Best and Bettie L Arnold were entertained by Miss Mat tie Mae Jenkins of Bryantsville last luisday and Wednesday Mr Robert L Davison and sister Miss Amy gave a very enjoyable hay ride Monday evening in honor of Miss Bessie Turley of Richmond Mrs A S Price entertained at an eleven oclock 1 r akfast Tue day morning Many of her friends were present and the cccasion was very en Messrs Fisher Herring and Hughes have returned frcm a weeks stay at Dripping Springs Robert E Henry will return sometime in the near future Major Wm H Collier has been vis iting his p ircnts here for several day Will was fi st made an adjutant in the Second Ky but has since been given the higher cffici of major in Colston Fourth Ky Master Jack Doty of Brinnon met with a severe accident He a broken bottle cutting his foot two inches long and two deep He suff r ed very much for a while but at pres ens is better The Lexington Argonaut says Mr and Mrs B M Burdett arrived al days ago from Killarney and are guests of Jcde and Mis Walton Mr Burdett was formerly a prominent lawyer at the Lancaster bar and has been an exile In poor health for many years y r Q I I visiting Louisville worked visit little Misses Shear r L xingtcn Siuff seV t Fla n tt Mrs May jo able dumped e Fred Frisby attended the hop given Miss Bradley at Frankfort Mrs J B Kinnaird will entertain a number of at a dining today Misses SucSIIerring and 1essle Webb are at Dripping Springs fora few days Miss Henry Fish of Crab Orchard is the guest of Misses Rella and Alle ArnoldMiss Dora Pilip of Stanford is visiting Miss Kate S at the Mason Hotel Col John W Miller has gone to Michigan to see his race mare Nora L work Miss Davidson and her visitor Miss guests of Mr i W J Ro mans Thursday Miss Julia Mae G lines entertained a number of friends at tea Tuesday in of Misses Davidson and Turley Drs K innaird and Wesley are at inding the meeting of the Kentucky State Society at today Will Marksbury of the Lancaster company is at home on a few days furlough He ripjrts the Loys in good health ana everything moving along nicelyA of Lancaster folks is being made up to spent a week or ten days at Crab Orchard Springs 1 hey will not gj until after the big Gentry re union Mrs Joa Robinson entertained in honor of Misses Franck and Parks of Paint Lick Miss Letcher of Henderson Rev and Mrs Henry Faulconer A number o young folks were hind son e y entert i leI at the iciidcnce iCapt lice Djnn in Lower Garrard The evening vas in honor of Miss Lyne Letcher from says Lieutenant Farra has been v ry busy the past three weeks as Judge Ad vocate for the Third Army Corps The work has been labcrous but the al Lieutenant has stood it pretty well Evangelist G A Clingman is hold ing a meeting in New York In Irs absence his family are being enter tained by Mrs S E Rice of Hedgc ville They surely will her warm hospitality and thus she will a share in the meeting by doing part of ministering to theu Miss Latitia Simpson Brown has from Lancaster where she en joyed a number of pleasant events Miss Dove Barris gave an evening in honor of Miss Brown and Miss Bessie Webb and a large party also accom panied the visitors to the ball at Crab Orchard Springs Lexington naut Lieut Robert Kennedy of the company Second Ky Regi mint cams to Lancaster with the re mains of young Johnston He said to a RECORD representative that the Seconds boys were all well and a good time at Chickamauga Lut were anxious t go further South lie expects the regiment to ba ordered to Porto Rico but does not know when the order will come Miss Lucile Ballard entertained charmingly Thursday evening the guest of honor being Mr Robert E S tllee Included among the guests were Misses Mattie and Lucy Ramsey Ellen Mays Estelle Poyntz Jennie McCormack and Franky Doty Messrs R E Sillee Allen Hiatt Wade Ter rill Will B Doty Carlos Fish Davy Harvey Walker Guyn John and Wallace Thomps and Burdett Ramsey Joa McCormack Robt Mays Prof Wilson Marietta A Frankfort special says Oae of tl e wiliest hops thathave been gysn in Frankfort recently was given at the Capital Hotel on Wednesday night by Governor and Mrs Bradley in honor of the guests of Miss Christine Bradley Misses Almon Baker of Somerset Armstrong Lena Gordon Mary Howard Elgin of Flemingsburg Gatewood and Virginia Grubbs of Mt Sterling A large crowd of young society people were present The dancing began at 8 and lasted until 12 oolocc when lunch was served at the mansion The young women the guests of Miss Bradley are very attrac live They are Miss Bradleyd Miss Sue Herring was the charming hostess to a number of her friendsat by f iendi Turleywere honor Harr dslmrg r y Areport for envoy have her A rgo Lexington having Salem Lillian Mare now schoolmates mason Detroit Medial Wednesday c Chickamauga gene returned n y her home on Rcimoad street list Friday evening The occasion was in honor of Miss Bessie Web of Lexing ton Elegant refreshments were by those present and all a delightful evening Those were Misses Webb Bessie and Jennie Burnside Annie Robinson Nell Marrs Carrie Currey Francis Collier May Hughes Miriam Herring Bessie Bush Chloe West Mary Miller Messrs Bayless Louisville J Mort Roth well Joe Haselden Letcher Ows ley Bradford Jennings Rev Chas Frisbie Kerby J and L Doty Hugh Logan Robinson and WaldenA has finally be n received from Capt McFarland in which he states that his wounds were only slight and ne has been with his company ev er since the battle at San Juan His company E was on the right of the regiment and it seemed as if the entire Spanish fire was them The regiment the 16th was leading the charge and Gen Hawkins was in front of E company on foot Being close enough to distinguish offi cers from men it is supposed the most of the Spanish bullets were aimed at Gen Hawkins at t ii print C E h id a total of eighty men and there were twentyeight of them killed or wounded This was the greatest loss of any ccmpany taking part in charge Cap McFarland was shot in the leg and the first lieutenant also wounded Of the men wounded five were sergeants and three corporals More Local Remember 115 Monday Masonic lodge meets Monday night The corn crop in this aunty was never better Bob Moore of LaFayette Ind that for constipation he found De Witts Little Early Rlsors to be They never gripe Try them for liver troubles Stormes Drug Store 1m Special SeaShore Kxnursions via Ches apcake tool Ohio KaiUvay The Chesapeake and Ohio Ry will run the following excursions to tIle Seashore on dates named The will be good going on regular trains to sleeping cars will be attached On July 19th and August llth to At Ian tic City and Cape May via Wash ington round trip rate only SUOD from Lexington and correspondingly low rates from other Central points Tickets good eleven days returning On July 28th a round trip rate of 1300 will be made to Old Point Va Tickets good going on regu lar trains and good returning twelve days This is the best time to visit Old Point owing to the interesting military maneuvers Send in your name for sleeping car space or for any information desired Geo W Barney D P A Lexington Kentucky A Sail Death The death of young James Johnson at Chickamauga was a sad one in deed lie joined the troops at Lexing ton and it is believed that he was the first to enlist from Garrard county He was just twentythree years old and enjoyed good health nearly 11 his life At the Chickamauga camp he contracted typhoid fever and notwith standing the fact that competent physicilns did all in their power to check the dreaded disease he grew rapidly worse and died Friday night Johnston was a son of the late Joseph Johnston and a halfbrother of Johnston who clerked in Robin sons hardware store for many years he was universally liked and popular is shown by the fact that ev ery business house in town was closed and the citizens turned out en masse to attend the funeral The remains were brought here and placed in the vault Friday night and the funeral took place Saturday morning Elder Jesse Walden and Rev Henry Faul conducted the ceremonies the Lancaster band played several relig ions hymns and the casket wrapped in the national colors lowered into its final resting place in the Lan caster Cemetery Lieut Kennedy o the Lexington company Major Will Collier of the Fourth regiment and Adjutant Johnston of Chickamauga present and acted as pall enjoyed present directedat U e says perfect stomachand tickets whichnecessary Kentucky J hat bearers I I report Campbell his Comfort Johnnie caner was were HUBBLE Eld George Gowen will the Christian church Sunday Miss Bessie Alexander is quite ill at this writing Miss Mattie White left last week for Colorado Mr Dostor died last Wednesday at his home his remains were laid to rest in the McClary grave yard E S White of this place and Miss Maggie Lowry of Wilmore were mar ried at the brides home Tuesday Mrs Chuch Yagers little baby died Saturday at her fathers John Spoon amore It was buried in the Danville CemeteryMr died Thursday afttr long suffering lie was buried at Preachersville he left a wife and four children Smallpox is now epidemic in Jack son Laurcl and Clay counties Representative J Morgan Chinn of Mercer county will be a candidate for Speaker of the next Kentucky House Clarence Vinegar was hanged at Georgetown Monday at sunrise murdercl his wife in April last year lie was a negro It is reported from Victoria B C that Hurler and three brothers of Par is Ky have arrived there with 5000 in gold taken from the Klondike forty others in the party who have between 51030 and SiOOOO each The Butlers estimate this yeas Klondike yield at 20OOJ000 The Commissioner of Internal Reve nue has held that receipts checks to draw money from banks are subject to the stamp tax It is said that several banks in order to avoid the stamp tax accepting receipts for cish which according to the of the law are exempt The Com missioner however has decided that under these circumstances receipts to all intents and purposes are checks and therefore must be stamped At Mt Sterling Sunday morning General John S Williams Cerro Gor do died aged S3 years after a long illness of heart disease Isis death was not 1 as he has been failing for sometime Gen Williams was a veteran of two wars lie serv ed with distinction in the Mexican war where attained the cognoman of Gerro Gordo He also served in the war between the States Gen Will isms was also prominent in politics During late years Gan Williams has devoted his time to farming and raise ing Shorthorn cattle of which he was a great fancier He leaves a wife and O1e child Mrs J S Ilolloway of Win chester 1 he remains were laid to rest at Winchester preachat y Vinegar usedas are letter ith uaexp ere Planter CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic Neuralgia and Toothache in five minutes Sour Stomach and Summer Complaints Price 25 Cents Get One of tee Roasters Free Call at my store and we will ex I atn still in the lead with BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES Goods are all fresh I can please all LANGDONS BREAD DAILY PLEASE GIVE ITS A TRIAL plain 8M BALLOU aT i- r I S IAl SAl FRIDAY AND SA Ladies 50 cent hose for 35 cents Gents 50 cent Suspenders for 35 cents I also guarantee to duplicate any prices made elsewhere on Merchandise Call and inspect TERMS CASH J SWEENEY e- T1 ws Our Correspondents One of the great factors in the suc cess and popularity of a country pa per is its country correspondence In this respect The Democrat stands see on 1 to very few of its contemporaries We appreciate the good work or those why in various places have items that have made the paper a welcome visitor in so many homes both in Kentucky and among Ken tuckians in other States and hope that these contributors will continue th good work and let us hear from their respective localities at frequent inter valsWe have this week sent out station ery stamps etc to most of these cor respondents and shall at all times be glad to supply such things as are need fulAnd now just a few words as to what constitutes proper items We want all births deaths marriages sales illnesses visitors from a dist ance religious or school items etc Dont write of the visits of neigh bors for in this sociable country it is too big a job for us to undertake Doivt write a long obituary a dead neighbor Obituaries are charged for as advertising matter and it is hardly fair to try to burden the news column Dont say that your neighbor the storekeeper is selling out at cost or lower than his competitors This is advertising matter and he should pay for his advertisement Dont make your items too much of a family matter We are interested in you and your relatives but we are also interested in other people and want to hear something about them Dont feel offended if some things you write are not printed Sometimes it is necessary to leave out much of the matter that has been prepared and it is better to leave out comparatively items from each of sever al places than to leave out some of our correspondence altogether Again the same item is frequently sent in by correspondents and if it is left out of your list it is probably because it has already been sent in by else and is already in type Again we bag of you to accept our thanks and expressions of consideration and we hope you may live long and prosper Harrodsburg De moerat ALL WOMEN Should know that the Old TUne Remedy concerning unimportant several I distinguished contributed serious someone Is the bes aasTnwM Corrects all Irregularities In Female orsans for rtewse of Life and before ChlldBlrth Pitmen Hd Time Itmedks have stood the test for twenty years only byHaw Spencer Mcdldnc Co chat For sale by B E Lancaster for es Should be Toruo l Roberts sic luucur r KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall All vis iting Knights are fraternally invi ted G B SWINEBKOAD C C J E ROBINSON K R S Go on the I v Lancaster S AM Ar Danville 10CO AM Lv Dtmville 2 rM Ar Luncaster 4 0 PM Makes connection with train for Richmond Can be found at Stodgills Stable or Clemens Hotel Notice All persons having claims against the es tate of T L Harris deceased will present them properly proven to Joseph Arnold ad ministrator of said T L Harris or to R II Tomlluson 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 to said admin trntorThis July 11 1 W Joseph Arnold Admr T L Harris decd WH LACKEY Successor to Lackey Gulley FirstClas HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN D1 YILIE STAGE LIN 40 m t i I I I I I i- I I I S 00ao0 0o0s00o0o00o00000000000o0o0 a oeooooaooo0o000000ooeoo0oo0000000 AMERICAS Field Fencing fence that always keeps its shape Because its built that way Nothing but la se size heavily made of best Bessemer steel i sal in its con tttuction same in all the 20 different styles midc turns all kinds of stock and leaves the unharmed while the fence stands strong galvanizedwire stork md sturdy l THIS hinreiomt makes an adI f justable fence and pre vents stay wires from bending I THAT imp makes as tight a ce in summer as in win ant prcventsstay wire m being displaced no fence that excels and few if any as good Manufactured by whet STEEL AND WIRE CO PfTTSBURG PA FOR SALE BY J C Robinson Lancaster Theres W s a I Consumption Any one predisposed to Scrofula never be healthy and vigorous taint in the blood naturally drifts Consumption Being such a blood disease Swifts Specific is oily known cure for Scrofula it Is the only remedy which can the disease Scrofula appeared on the head of my grandchild 18 months old after breaking out it spread rapidly all her The scabs on the sores off ou the slightest touch and the odor Would arise the of the room and unbearable The disease next attacked the and we feared she would lose her sight Em inent from the surrounding country were do nothing to relieve the lit innocent and gave it their opinion case was hopeless and im jKissible to save the then that we decided to Swifts Specific That medicine at once made a speedy plete cure She is now a young and never had a sign of the to return MRS ROTH BERKELEY Saline Ran Scrofula is an obstinate blood disease and is beyond the reach of the average blood medicine Swifts Specific 1 to p atmosphere l eras chllds ht It was l t f SrUIa P i I becai re It Sho c t I 4 c- has S SS The Blood is the only remedy equal to such deep seated it goes down to the very foundation forces out every taint It is purely is the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no potash or other mineral substance whatever Books mailed free by Swift Specific Company Atlanta FARM AND STOCK NOTES 5000 bushels corn wanted Iwill give one lollar and cents per barrel for 1000 of corn delivered at the Pil giiwage Distillery Jno W Miller Mgr Frank Bourne sold to S Morgan two fat cows at cents to be ered this week KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition of Crops anti Live Stock July 1st 1898 For the July report replies were re ceived from 14S correspondents repre senting 95 counties WHEAT Development of the wheat crop dur ing the mouth of June shows the results in the great wheat growing States of the Jlississppi Val ley In Ohio and Michigan the crop is fair both in yield and quality In Illinois Missouri an 1 Kansas the crop has suffered greatly during June from rust and chinch bug and the qualilj will be poor owing to damage from these sources The quality is greatly impaired by the presence of an un usually large number of smut heads Where threshing has begun the 3rield is very disappointing In Iowa and Nebraska winter wheat varies from very fine in some sections to poor in others In these States sj rng wheat is threatened with rust owing to the rank growth of the plant In Kentucky the excep tonally Cne showing of June 1st has not been maintained and the crop is fully from one third short of what was anticipated The most frequently ed cause of damage is rust which seems to have been general The crop ripened prematurely and the filling is very imperfect rarely more than two grains to the mesh being found berry is lacking in plumpness which together with the presence of consid ei able smut will materially interfere with quality In the western section of the State the crop has been damag ed by rain since harvest The average yield per acre for the State is KJ bushels In 1SU7 estimate yield July 1st was 12 bushels and 6 3 bush els for a corresponding date of 1S8G For the western section the yield is 155 bushels for the central and eastern it is 10 and 11 Lushels respectively cons Favorable weather conditions have prevailed during June and the corn crop is now in excellent condition The average for the State is 93 an im provement of four points during the month On July 1st 18S7 the condi few counties including Union Web ster Caldwell and Trigg report the crop suffering for want of cultivation which has been interfered with by rainfall In the central section the drouth has been relieved in those counties along the northern border and the crop is fast regaining lost ground from this source Taking the State by sections the conditions are For the Western 93 Central 9G and Eastern 100 each being an improve meat during JuneOATS The condition of the oat crop is 85 for the State as againjt 91 on June 1st On July 1st 18U7 the condition was 80 The crop has improved in the central arid about held its own in the eastern section but in the western section it has fallen off from 9G on June 1st to 71 on July 1st The acreage of tobacco compared with 1897 is 123 per cent or 237038 acres for the State The eastern see lion report the greatest increase 30 per cent In the western section the acreage is increased 23 per cent while in the central the increase is but 9 per c nt The condition of the crop shows an average of 92 for the entire State July 1st 1897 the condition was C8 and on same date of 189G the condition was 92 In the western sec crop is to some extent foul A coocooooooooocooooo five barrels 1 t deli following Wisconsin mention he estimated excessive TOBACCO vz tionthe 0o2 z 0 seven 8 extremely I nation Platers CUBAN OIL cure Cuts Burns Bruises Rhn II r 7 tigijence will be required 19 maintain present condition of 93 In the central section the crop is very spotted the stand ip poor Jhe first setting is growing nicely but the replant seems to be getting a poor start which gives the crop a ragged pppaarance Here the condition compared with an aver age is but 84 In these counties of the eastern section where a crop is grown the condition appears excellent with a greatly increased acreage treat The condition as hemp cmp is SO compared with average years On July 1st 1897 the condition was 87 as for a corresponding date of 1S9G it was 80 IEADOWS AND PASTURES The acreage of clover meadows cut as compared with 1897 is 97 The yield both as to quantity and quality is good 0 timothy meadows the acre age as compared with 18 7 is 94 The yield is light and the qu lit of much of it is poor owing to the presence weeds Pastures are most excellent the condition being 99 Live stock is in satisfactory condition The demand for stock ewes has greatly increased and farmers are turning their largely to sheep breeding LUCAS MOORE Commissioner of Agriculture The August number of Magizine will be a special fiction r with a story of schocl life by Hud yard Kipling a story of liners and icebergs by Cutcliffd Dyne a new chapter in the life of the King of Boy ville showing the King in his first of love by William Allen White the story of a love adventure in a London fog by Hester Caldwell Oakley a railroad story by John A Hill and a characteristic story of ru ral life by Rowland E Robinson AMUSEMENT It is Essential to the Making of a Healthful Christian From an unusual standpoint mage in this discourse discusses amusements and applies Vests which they may bo known as good bad The text is Judges xvi iS And it camo to pass when their hearts were merry that they said call for Samson that lie may make us sport And they called for Samson out of I ho primm lions and he inadu them l I here wore 000 people assembled in the temple of Dajjon had coiof to make sport of eyeless Tlfty were all ready or the entertain ment They begun to clap and pound impatient for the isinnseircnt to begin and they cried Fetch hm out Fetch him mil Yonder th blind old giant coming led time hand of a chili into the very midst of the temple his first tip pearanec there goes up a shout of laughter anti derision The blind old giant pretends he is tired und wants to rest himself against the pillars of the house so he says to the lad who leads him Bring me where the main pillars are The lad docs jo Then th 5 strong man put his hands on one of the pillars and with the mightiest push that mortal ever made throws himself forward until the whole house conies down in thunderous crash grinding eme like grapes in a vine press And so it came to pass when their hearts were merry that they said Call for Samson that he may malcc us sport And they called for Samson out of the prison louise and he tirade them sport In other words there arc amusements that arc destructive and bring down disaster nail death upon the heads of those who practice them While they laugh and cheer they die The three thousand who perished that day in Gaza arc nothing compared with the tens of thousands who have been destroyed body mind and soul by bad amusements aud by good amusements carried to excess In my sermons you must have noticed that 1 have no sympathy with ecclesi astical straitjackets or with that wholesale denunciation of amusements to which many are pledged 1 believe the church of God has made a tre mendous mistake in trying to suppress the sportfulness of youth and drive from men their of If God ever implanted any thing in us lie implanted this desire Hut instead of providing for this de mand of our nature the God has for the main part ignored it As ALL WOMEN a if l y avP1 4 halihqpVUi 1 WOPt4 Gpqrted the utruojt aTI lis ed Ise ch laC attention numb experience Dr Tel They Isee by A t the audi bi out love amusement churchof I s HI an ara prorgantbopiantsaud NcCh ire ALr1r1uI tt sum scu POE INETENTHS all the pain which women suffer Is caused by weakness or derangement in the organs f of and sicknessfrom menstruationNearly it when a woman Is not 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 It Is equally effective for the girl In teens the young wife with do mestic and maternal cares and the woman approaching the period known as of They all need it They are all by it In special 8 Department The Chattanooga ChatU THOS J Tup HIM Myl In a of to of fird It directions address riving J1 her WIRtHUrel her and also lit C LIllo ma t B 1Wine 0 COOPER H slstr sitWered from very ud painful meitruatio doctors cured kelsed y aatrroii U m a nol the mayor the end of time fctreet arnicas it lead off so that everything cut that happens to stand in he the good as well as the bail so then man in the plant their batteries of condemnation and fire away indiscriminately Everythin is They talk as if they like to have one youth dress in blue uniform like time children orphan asylum and march down the path of life to the tune of the Dead March in Saul They hate a LIne sash or a rosebud in the hair or a tas seled gaiter and think a Ulan almost ready for the lunatic asylum who ut a conundrum Mens Christian associations of the country are doing a glorious work They have fine reading rooms and all the influences arc of the best kind and are now adding and bowling alleys with out any evil surroundings OUI young men may get physical as itual improvement We are dwindling away to a narrowchested weakarmed feeblevoiced race when God calls us to a work in which lie wants physical well as spiritual athletes I would to God that the time might soon come when all our colleges and theological seminaries as at Princeton a sium shall be established spend seven years of hard study in tion for the ministry and comi out with bronchitis and dyspepsia and liver complaint and then crawl up into the pulpit and the people say Doesnt he look heavenly because he looks sickly Let the church of God direct rather than attempt to suppress the desire f r amusement The best men that the world ever knew have had their sport William Wtlberforce trundled hoop with his children Martin Luther helped tress the Christmas tree Ministers have pitched quoits philanthropists have gone askating 1rime ministers have played ball communities are filled with men and w omen who have in their souls un measured resources for frolic Show me a man who never lights up with sportfulness and has no sympathy with the recreations of others I will show you a man who is a stumbling block to the Kingdom of God Such men are caricatures of religion They lead young people to think that a man is good in proportion as he groans and frowns and looks sallow and that the height of a mans Chris tian stature is in rroportion to the length of his face I would trade off arc words Rejoice evermore morning by his cheerful face he preaches 50 sermons I will go further and say that I have no confidence in man who makes a religion of gloomy looks That kind of a man al ways turns out badly I would not want him for the treasurer of an asylum Tire orphans would suffer Among 40 people whom I received into the church at one communion there was only one applicant of whose I was suspicious He had the longest story to tell had seen the most visions and gave an experience so wonderful that all the other applicants were discouraged I was not surpris ed the year after to learn that he had run off with the funds of the bank with which he was connected Who is this black angel that you call religion wings black feet black feathers black Our religion is a bright angel feet bright eyes bright wings bright taking her place in the soul She pulls a rope that reaches to the skies and sets all the bells of Heaven There are some persons who when talking to a minister al ways feel it politic to look lugubrious Go forth 0 people to your lawful amusement God means you to Ly ippy lint when there are so many ourcos of innoceit pleasure why tamper with anything that is danger ins and polluting Why stop our ears to a Heaven full of songsters to the iis of dragon Why turn back from the mountain side all abloom with wild tlowers and a lash with tbe nim Me torrents and with blistered feet attempt to climb the hot sides of Coto paxi Now all opera houses theaters bowling alleys skating rinks and all styles of amusement good and bad I put on trial today and judge of them for certain cardinal principal First yon may judge of any amusement by Its healthful result or by its baneful reaction There are people who seem made up of hard facts They are acorn of multiplication tables and If you show them an ex ijiiisite picture they will begin to discuss the pigments involved In the coloring if you show them a beautiful rose they will submit it to botanical analysis which isonly the postmortem examination of a flower They never do anything more than smile There are no great tides of fettling surging up from the depth of their soul in billow after billow of reverberating laughter They seem as Nature had built them by contract and made a bungling job out of Rut blessed be God there are people in the world who have bright faces and whose life is a song an an them a paean of victory Ev ill their troubles are like the vines that crawl up the side of a great tower on tIlt top of which the suiu light sits and the soft airs of summer perpetual carnival people yon like to have come to your house they are the people I to have come to my house Now it is these cxhilarant and sympathetic and warmluartcd pecple that are most UmpUd to pernicious amusements proportion as a ship is swift it wants a strong helmsman in propor as a horse is gay it wants strong driver and thesu people exuberant nature will do well look at the reaction of all their amusements If an amuse it nient sends you home at night ner vons so you can not sleep and you rise in the morning not because you are slept out but because your duty drugs you from slumbers you have been whore you ought not to have Is been There are amusements that A send a man next day to his work bloodshot yawningstupi3 nauseated and they are wrongkinds of amuse ments There are entertainments thatgive a man disgust with the drudgery life with tools because they are not with working aprons because they are not robes with cattle because they are not infuriated bulls of arena If any aimisjinent sends you longing for a life of romance and ofthrilling adventure love that takes poison and shoots itself ad Jfventure and hairbreadth you depend upon it that you are the victimof unsanctified pleas i t j pplant i range- dm- are churchwho would aster her as spir ofas gym We pre para ur sand ant radIIEvery orphan fee blJ kohl Thcy arc the OIl theme escapes d r y c I con urn a hom atbatter ci demned a fan oung nasigym- s wclI nun sportmn chiming natioma 11 Ice rds e P at mire ns sion are all it ed that row as of me off of ful I the is the all his tar ny ecu inert you Put the pIe God are ion but the cle not anti ing oft sue pan y you Our worcations are JnfenJed to build UK up and if they pull us down to our moral or our physical strength you may come to the conclu that they are obnoxious Still further Those amusements wrong which lead into expenditure beyond your means Money spent in recreation is not thrown away It is folly for us to come from a place of amusement feeling that we have wast money and time You may by have made an investment worth more than the transaction that yield you or Si 030 But how many properties have been riddled b3 costly amusements The table has been robbed to pay the club The cham pagne has cheated the childrens wardrobe The carousing party has burned up the boys primer The table cloth of the cornier aloon to the wifes faded dress Excursions in a day make a tour around a whole months wages ladies lifetime business it is to go shopping have their counterpart in tineducated children bankruptcies that shock the money market and appall the church and that send drunkenness staggering across the richly figured carpet of the mansion and dashing into the mirror and drowning out the carol of music with the whooping of bloated sons come home to break their old mothers heart When men go into amusements that they can not afford they first bor what they can not earn and then they steal what they can not borrow First they go into embarrassment and then into theft and when a man gets far on as that he does not stop short the penitentiary There is not a prison in the land where there are not victims of unsanctified amusements How often I have had parents come to and ask me to go and beg their boy from the consequence of crimes that he had committed against his em the taking of funds out of the employers till or the disarrangements the accounts Why he had salary enough to pay all lawful expenditure but not enough salary to meet his sin amusements And again and again have gone and implored for the young alas the peti tion unavailing How brightly the path of unre strained amusement opens The young man says Now I am off for a good time Never mind economy Ill get money somehow What a fine road What a beautiful day for a ride Crack whip and over the turnpike Come fill high your glasses Drink Long life health plenty of rides just like this Hardworking men hear the clatter of the hoofs and and say Why I wonder where those fellows get their money from We have to toil and drudge They nothing To these gay men life a thrill and an excitement They stare at other people and in turn ire stared at The watch chain jingles The cup foams The checks flush the eyes flash The midnight hears their guffaw They swagger They jostle decent men off the sidewalk They take the name of God in vain They parody the hymn they learned at their mothers knee and to all pictures of coming disaster they cry out Who cares and to the counsel of some Christian friend Who are you Pass ing along the street some night you hear a shriek in a grog shop rattle of a watchmans ebb the rush of the police What is the matter now Oh this reel less young man has been killed in a grogshop fight Carry him home to his fathers house Parents will come down and wash his wounds and close his eyes in death They forgive him he ever did though he can not in silence ask it The prodigal has got home at last Mother will go to her little garden and get the flowers and twist them into a chaplet for the silent heart of the wayward Doy and push back from time bloated brow the locks that were ones pride And air will be rent Aith the fathers Oh my son son my poor son would God I luid lied for thee oh my son son You may judge of amusements by their effect upon physical health The teed of many good people is ph3sical There are Christian who write hard things against their immortal souls when there is the matter with them but an ncompe tent liver There are Christian people who seem to think that it is a good sign to be poorly and because liichard Baxter and Robert Hall were nvalids they think that by the same sickness they may come to the same jrandeur of character I want to tell Christian people that God will hold responsible for invalidism if be athletic and well The effect of the boly upon the soul you acknowledge a nina of mild disposition upon animal diet of which the Indian partakes and in a little while his blood will change its chemical lions It will become like unto blood of the lion or the tiger or the hear while his disposition will change and become fierce cruel and unrelent ing The body has a powerful ef fect upon the soul There are pea whose ideas of Heaven are all shut out with clouds of tobacco smoke There are people who dare to shatter the vase in which put the jewel of eternity There men with great und intel lects in bodies worn out by their own neglects Magnificent machinery capable of propelling a great Etruriaacross the Atlantic yet fastened in a rickety North river propeller Phy sical development which merely shows itself in a fabulous lifting or in rope walking or in pugilistic excites only our contempt we confess to great admiration for man with has a great soul in an atheletie body every nerve inns and bone of which is consecrated to right uses Oh seems to me outrageous that men through neglect should allow theii physical health to go down pair spending the rest of their life in some great enterprise for God the world but in studying what the best thing to take for dyspepsia ship which ought with allsails sefc all its men in stopping up leakages When you may some and tions of our tine work off spleen and your qnerulousness and one half of your physical and mental ail do not turn your back from the places of amusement the into which they put you where have to associate with the intern perate with the unclean with the andoned Ji9wes jLW ltlbfiy ba it In own I 100 il lebt mansometimes lookup lop tie cry f my fright prop orb physical 11 encounter beyondre carrying healthfulrecrea you ts Again com be may w j ado ploy boy ado not ur wi s Lessweet reration humig e perils he o toan org mitatioa Babysf 1 ii k means means practically no at There is no reason why child birth should period of pain and era months before a woman becomes a mother she should herself for the critical ordeal 4 There is a preparaJ tionmade is intended for this purpose alone name of this wonderful Friend P 1 danger and possIble for some wives others it IIJi iI IIIf It is a liniment to be plied ex It relaxes the des and re lieves the ty to every noseMother S childbirth and takes all danger and all suffer Bestresults follow if the y remedy is used the whole perIod ot disco j For a ternall mu distensioci in in Itist in the world that is endorsed by physicians 1 bottle at all drug stores or sent mail on receipt W priceFREE BOOKS invaluable in for all women will be sent to upon application lo The Bradfleld Regulator Co Atlanta Ga only of the 1 containing address i1 ii dressed in the name of God quit it will despoil your nature They will undermine your moral character They will drop you when you are destroyed They will not give one cent to children when you are dead They will weep not one tear at your burial They will chuckle over your damna tion Hut the a3 comes whoa the men who have exerted evil influence upon their fellows will be brought to judgment Scene the last da Stage the rocking earth Enter dukes lords kings beggars clowns No sword Xo tinsel No crown For footlights time kindling flames of a world For orchestra the trumpets that wake the dead For gallery the clouds filled with angel spectators For applause the clapping floods of the sea For curtains the heavens rolled together as scroll For tragedy the doomed of the destroyed For farce time effort to serve the worll and God at the same time For the last scene of tIme fifth act thti tramp of nations across the stage some to the right others to the left Again any amusement that gives you a distate for domestic life is How many bright domestic circles have been broken up b3 sinful amuse The father went off the mother went off the child went off There are nIl around us the fragments of blasted households Oh if you have wandered away I would like to charm you back by the sound of that ono word Home Do you know thatyou have but little more time to give to domestic welfare Do 3ounot see father that your children are soon to go out into the world and all the influence for good you are to have over them you must have now Death will break iuon your conjugal relations anti alas if you have to stand over the grave ofone who perished from neglect I saw a wayward standing at the deathbed of the wife and I saw her point to a ringon her finger and heard her say toher husband Do you see that itWellwho put it there Yes said he I put it there And alt the past seemed to rush upon him By the memory of that day when in the presence of angels you prom ised to be faithful in joy and sorrow and in sickness and in health ly tho memory of those pleasant hours when sat together in mw house talking of a bright future by the cra lie and the excited hour when one lifo was spared and another given thatsick when the little one lifted up the hands and called for help knew ho must die and he put one arm around each of your necks and brought very near together in that djing by the little grave in the eeme tery that you never thinkof without a rush of tears by the family Bible where in itsstories of heavenly love is the brief but record of births mud by the neglects of the past antI the agonies of the future by a judgment day when husbands and in shining array or to shrink down into by all that I beg you togive to your home your best affectionslook in your eyes today and 1 askyou the question that Gehazi asked of the Shunammite Is it well with theeIs it well with thy husband Is itwell with thy God grant thatmay be everlastingly well our t bad your usban men and I by andO immortal child The men you dea y support ts your ths gest R KINNAIRDS Insurance Agency 57OOQOOO the following Fire Insurance Companies tf Hartford Queen of America National of HartTort Fbeaix of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of Eaglaai CoinccticHt of Hartford North British and MerehaitlJe Crenuui American f New Urerpool sad LeMi and GIbe I also represent the oia reliable New York Life Insurance I be RezseaSIi Etaa I CO ANY Or N t Over Tail OF LEXINGTON KY Statement for the six month ending June Total Number of Coupons Issued Total Number of Coupons Paid Total Nu mber of Coupons Lapsed Total Number ofCoupons in Force 1248 Total Paid on Coupons Redeemed 10492321Total Passed to Reserved Fund 38735 44 Receipts and Disbursments Income from December 26 iSflj to June Disbursed Coupons Redeemed 23008 46 nati Chicago Offices 734O 29 Dividend on Capital Stock at 4 25 y percent 651 20 Balance 676 74 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