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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, August 5, 1898. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1898 cen1898080501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, August 5, 1898. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r f- a4- f a 7 70 1 e m tntin ttof h J dfJ JX Oy1ee CIa NU1fBJX S- rt hg iSL VOLUME Entered at the Poat in Lancaster Ky as Second hatter PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAM Cur Public Square and Danville Avenue I Thinking About having a Roof put upon your house If you are J R Haselden will be glad to give you fig ures There is no wear out to a Good Tin Roof JR Col Stanford W I Williams Lancaster WELSH WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky AH business attended to promptly Are You Good en w G Welch 1Uaseld b BEAZLEY BAUGHMAH FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky BAL nNG LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 5 1898 i IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER 0 00 n ou 111010 U nII10 05 10 II CIOOOl J I DJ Big Court Remember the Contest next Tuesday to J A Beazley c for wall at cost Sewing whine needles and oil at Thompson nay ice and it will a Dont forgot the Declamatory Con test on August 9 Go to J A Beazley Co for bar gains in furniture No old shelfworn goods at the Blue Grass Grocery Take advantage of CourierJour nal offer Is great t EdrainsPure Homemade candi tons Kandy Kitchen The best two on the market at G S Gaines I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn Nothing but the purest ingredients used at Edminstons Kandy Kitchen Ring the Blue Grass Grocery for nice cheap groceries Prompt Today is the last for filling suits to the August term of the Garrard cir cuit cjurt 25 to 50 per cent saved on the dollar means a goof deal to you at the Blue Grass Grocery The Old Reliable always on Top in quality at the Bottom in PRICES T CUIHISY The new superior Drill the fin est on earth Do not fail to see G S Gaines before you The Blue Grass Grocery has opened the eyes of the people Their prices c nnot duplicated There will be no preaching at the Presbyterian church for two Sundays as Rev Faulconer is away For Sale Wheel A high frame Victor Bicycle ingood order or e for a good gentle horse J HEMPJJILL Mondayweek evening G from No hcott b deliv our horse agon 9 uantity Dis buy b willeXCha C paper S delivery n W J Romans is better prepar ed to do all kinds repair work on vehicles than and will do good honest work at vary low prices Another batch of names of delin quent subscribers has been sent to the Chicago agency and some of them are wishing they had toted fair with us Bourbon Steam Laundry Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry Leave your orders at Sweeneys store tf Teachers Take Notice Mrs M C Walter will board any teachers during the week of the Insti tute at reasonable rates Satisfaction darantccd tf Prices For the next days we will give you unheard of on buggies and harness W J Roms Carriage Co What you pay out for gone forever You can pay the same mount into the Lancaster Building Loan Association and own your Try this J C llemplull ecy For Sale A line of buggies buciboards road wagons carriages phjatons and sNir vies Must be sold in next sixty dayts Call and see me before buying H B Taken up as Estray Five black and two red hogs weight about 100 pounds Come to my place June 1st Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges July 15 ISJS E M Carmack St Paint Lick Ky lie Posted Read what our advertisers say and you will know exactly where to find what you want People who want bargains can always find them adver tsed In other words if a merchant has anything extraordinary he is sure tj let the people know it White Teachers Institute The White Teachers Institute for Garrard county for the current year will b2 held at the Court House in Lancaster beginning Monday August 8th and continue five days Institute instructor Prof W E Lumley Teach ers failing to attend will forfeit their certificates ELISA J LUSE Supt n eve I vices I hOI t thirsty j rents North Big Bargains in Shoes laViy c f5A jr T We have begun our annual Cut ji Price Sale of Shoes and Oxfords 1 j We have now on tables J25 to 150 pairs Ladies and Childrens Shoes and Slippers worth 150 250 We are closing these goods out at 25c to K25 choice Logan Robinson o P t Getfirst t lU1UUUuUUU 1UWUUuuu c I a4f f 1g j ja 2 jiL jh I J i i 4444444t444trmnrnrmnrmmmiirnrnrnnmtrnnu mv ttnr from 3 N NNISN4 ZZ- w 0 Secure your home the Lan caster Building Association and it will cost you no more than you are now paying out J C jSfflnphill Sect All persons oweing notes or ac counts to the firm of R Robinson Bro can save cost and much annoy ance same at once J C Robinson for W R Robinson Bra 150000 bushels of wheat delivered at our warehouse Highest cash price paid on delivery Bast lump and block Pitsburg coal Salt Lime Sand Cement and farming implements C C GLASS fc Bro Camp Unison Ky Clell Johnston 111 Mr Clell Johnston was called to Well last week to see his little boy who visiting there and had been stricken with typhoid fever Mr Johnston had only been there a few days when he contracted the disease and has since ben unable to leave his bed Bids on street crossings Must be o f limestone 18 inches wide and G to 10 inches thick There will be about 300 feet of this work There are to be two rows of stone in crossing Bids will bj receiveduntil August 15 189S Romans and Thompson Street Committee The Logan Harris Sale A fairly gool crowd attended the sale of the property of Judge Tyre Logan Harris decd Five horses were sold the highest SCO A lot of old wheat brought 43 cents per bushel and sold at 150 Farm ing implements brought very good figures Hold Your Orders I will be better equipped than ever in the Fall to sell you a suit of clothes atthe lowest prices guaran teeing a perfect fit I will have Sam ples from best houses in Louisville Chicago Philadelphia and Buffalo Look before buying M D Hughes Agent Good for the Council As mentioned elsewhere in TilE REecho the Council is working hard to secure better sidewalks for the town This exhibition of push and hustle on the part of that body is and we do hop3 that they will not weary in welldoing but push to completion the undertaking Good Entertainment A number of the colored teachers and others under direction of Prof Milton Sneed gave a splendid concert at the Court House Tuesday evening The singing was remarkably good and the rest of the program very entertain ing There were about as many white people as colored ones present and all were delighted Plenty of Room Now Manager Hofmann telephoned from Crab O chard Springs that he now has plenty of choice rooms and is amply prepared to accomoJate all who come His large buildings were packed the tirst of the week and sleeping room was at a premium The famous old resort is fast winning back her old time Old Soldiers Attention All members of the G A R are requested to be present at the meeting Saturday week the 18th as the Post wants to make final for attendiug the meting at Cincinnati All who expect to go to the Cincinnati meeting must at this time as we must know how many men to make arrange ments for Jas Dillon Committee Always the Case It is singular but nevertheless true that when a man stops taking a news paper he immediately sneaks around to borrow a copy to real We know of several instances where parties would become very wroth and to parties run a paper down and im mediately borrow a copy to read In some cases they have the gall to ask the postmaster to see a copy in the o fice directed to subscribers Colored Teachers Institute The Garrarl County Colored Teach Institute met in the Court House Monday morning at 10 oclock There irj about fifty teachers present and the sessions have been very interesting aid they say profitable to them The institute is conducted by Prof W B Thomas of Frankfurt Prof has a fine e ucatipnis a good speaker and the teachers his talks and ex planations as fine as they evsr heard Prof Shelby Lackey is acting president and Miss Josie Crawford as Secretary The Institute will come to a close this morning The Contest Miss Julia Reid who is the contest to ba gv ri at the Court Tu g day cveriin tolls Tint RECOBD she has secured ten of the bast speakers in this section of the state that the c ratest will be the bast given in Lancaster The Lancaster band will ba present and furnish thee music for the occasion The admission fro Is twentyfive cents and you can a seat reserved by calling t Stormes drugstore Dont to at tend I thr Loa W Wanted 9 good ing corn commendable rep so ers Thomas say as managing ever s ii ih i t r Yh fo rent by settling Sulphur was Wanted priczb earnestly arrangements report exactly other are e arrangements for tits House next and have q Civil Service Examination W H Miller secretary writes us to announce that an examination will in Danville on some date between October 1st and 15th for applicants for positions in the Internal Revenue Service The secretary will furnish necessary blanks upon application and they must be filed by Sept 1st Write him for further information Jake Swartfe and the Mule Messrs Jake Joseph and Ed Bishop went up in the country Sunday to see some friends and get a big dinner principally the dinner Oa the way back their horsy took sick and for a time it looped as if the two men would be compelled to walk off all the flesh gainel by the dinner in to town They put their herds togeth er and came to the conclusion were in for it By and by an Esquire passed along and Swartz told their troubles A mule was procured an the trio hit the town at midnight about as hungry as when they started out The friend who loaned the mule was Olie Terrill and Swartz says he is the cleverest fellow in the world Scott Kout On Wednesday at high noon at the Clemens House ia Danville Mr Todd Scott of Nicholasville and Miss Alice Rout of Marksbury were united in marriage Rev J W Lynch pronounc ing the in his usually manner Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Scjtt left for a bridal tour to Cincinnati also visit Mrs Keen sister of the groom at Shelbyville before return ing home The wedding was a quiet affair and also a very great surprise to the many friends of Miss Alice who thought her very unwilling to re nounce her life of single blessedness Many good wishes attend them in their j mrney and may their lines be cast in pleasant places Good for Garrard The Louisville daily papers tell o the opening in that city of sealed pro posals to construct Lock No 8 on the Kentucky river The lowest bid was that of Thomas Sheridin of West Vir ginia who agrees to do the work for 5183000 The article says all the bid have been sent to Washington for final approval and it is thought that work will be commenced this summer It further says the Lock will be con structed twentytwo miles above High Bridge four miles above Hickman fourteen miles below Valley View The dam will be on the Jessamine county aide of the river and the abutment on the Garrard county side The con struction of the new lock is to make slackwater for Kentucky river seventy miles above Hickman open ing up to river freighting business large whisky timber coal and iron field Special SeaShore Excursions via and Ohio Railway The Chesapeake and Ohio Ry will run the following excursions to the Seashore on dates named The will be good going on regular trains to which necessary sleeping cars will be attached On July 19 and August 11th to City and Cape May via Wash ington round trip orily 14 00 from Lexington and correspondingly low rates from other Central Ken tucky 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 regular trains and good returning twelve days This is the best time to visit Old Point owing to the interesting military man uvers Send in your name for sleep ing cars space or for any information desired Geo W Barney D P A Lexington Kentucky Fred Braider Dead The many Lancaster friends of Mr Fred Kachlcr were shocked to hear of his death Wednesday morning He had been quits ill of typhoil fever for a few weeks but no one thought he was so near deaths door Mr Kahler probably thirtyfive years of age and had been a man of remarkably good health He was one of the most prominent citizens in the upper end of the county where ha had resided and been engaged in business for a number of years Fred Kahler was a friend that was worth having He was always ready to help anyone in need and it looked like it was his greatest when doing a favor for one He was an enthusiastic mem ber of the Knights of Pythias and a regular attendant at its meetings The funeral services were held at the Paint church Wednesday afternoon at two oclock conducted by Rev Craw ford The Knights of Pythias then took charge of the remains andatvthe conclusion of their beautiful interred the body in Paint Lick cemetery Heleayes wife and ono small child to his loss There are a number of people who have been taking and paid subserip tion As have no time to go our selves nor the cash employ a col lector we have decided to send the whole layout to a at Chicago Those who think they wiggle put of paying for the paper will find then they are sadly mistaken and will wish before the agency gets through them that they had nev er This is the last refer enoe we repeat to make to In these columns hoofing it back c rem DY andwill packets- to ra was enjoyment ceremonies mourn we to agency can e r beheld they impressive Chesapeake tickets Atlantic Comfort Lich TIt xREQOim never anything oho collection with born this matte TSRJI3 OF lUH3VfPn tloo ttr fevr In iiv i WE ARE MAKING FOR NEXT DAYS H Towels Hosiery Handkerchiefs and Lawns Big D r i V e s FEW I REMNANTS an SHORT ENDS OF All of GoonClasses 1 lOGAN Letter from Will Dunlap SANTIAGO DE CUBA July 1793 My Dearest Mother I suppose you think I am dead or something worse Instead I am alive and in good health at although I have been in the hos pital four days lately with a fever something like malaria Everyone in camp has had a touch of it One in my Troop died with it yesterday I hav been printing tablets for soldiers graves since the big battles Since the big fight have been trying to get pa per and envelope to write to you but get any so will write on this scrap fold it up and try and get it throughAfter excuse me from war Its something horrible and dead and dy all around That first day July 1 well ever be remembered by me Our regiment distinguished themselves together with the 3rd 9th and 10th Cavalry 13th and 10th Infantry and Roosevelts Rough Riders we charged the hill we now occupy the principal point of vantage Gen Miles personally The total killed and wounded Americans 2002 Spanish about 5030 My troop of fifty lost two five wounded The Spanish formerly surrendered today and we have Santiago the American flag go ing over it today We expect to come back to the Uni ted States in a few days but dont know for sure No Yellow Jack yet Uobson and his men were released and came by us the other day I shook hands with two of them Love to all Your Son WILL The letter is on a piece of waste paper and was fastened togeth er with pins In one corner was writ ten Soldiers Letter and no stamp necesary Will has many friends here who heartily glad to know of his good health The Sidewalks The City Council has recently passed a very wise ordinance regulating the laying of sidewalks and about town The conditions of the sidewalks in On many of the prominent streets planks have been put down make shift for a brick wally In a short time they become pulled up and broken full of holes nail stick up in them and water stihds on them in peddles making walking on them a dreaded task In some places no walks exist whatever you take the muX It is the wigh of the Council to correct this and having in hair w go about town and examine and locate the plaaes where walks are needed and make their report to the regular coun ii meeting The sola idea U to givec present couldnot thanked- us killedand was in isa disgrace to any towr asa I i I written are Lancaster view members Sn i Dry Goods Company the people better walks as well as the looks of the otherwise pret ty streets There is no disposition to burden anyone with unnecessary ex pense but we must have sidewalks of some kind and itris far better and cheaper to put down a lasting walk of stone curbing and brick filling rather than a cheap unsatisfactory wooden affair always out of repair Of course there are those who oppose this upon the grounds of expense Property owners who oppose good walks should front of their places adds just so much to the looks and value They should consider the fact that no property is maintained without expense that if neglected and permitted to fall into decay itlooses proportionality in value Another important fact should not be lost sight of On many streets soma have plank walks or none at all while others have goof brick walks for all to walk on and enjoy Is it altogether fair that this should be permitted If your neighbor supplies you with a good safe pavement to walk on should you not do likewise The sidewalk question is not open to argument we only print this article to point out the necessity of having them We are re liably informed that it is tha intention to enforce this ordinance to the letter peaceably and pleasantly if possible through the courts if necessary treat ing all alike From time to time it shall be cur pleasure to note the prog ress of the improvement Former Pastor Here Rev C K Marshall who was time pastor of the Christian church in this city was here several days this week and preached at that church Sunday morning and for the union meeting in the evening Rev Mar shall has many friends in Lancaster who were delighted to see him again I The leyal is tile highest grade brtMSpawdw haws Actual tests h w it thM farther other improve r pause to thinks walk in atone taw ear lit I that mood yeeseN F AL POWDER POWenco NEW i u Ai iillfMly i aovK wow very S s 8 CENTRAL RECORD EVERY REEK BT LANCASTER KENTUCKY PublisherLOUIS ZANDRAM TREYS ONR YeAR IN ADVANCE 100 Six MONTHS 50 THKKJC 25a FRIDAY August 5 1898 UNLESS all signs fail the war with Fpain will soon be a thing of the past government has asked Mr Mc Kinley what terms he will accept and the latter has replied promptly We learn today that Spain has sent her acceptance back and it is in the hands of the Washington authorities The only trouble now likely to arise is over the disposition of the Philippine Mr McKinley is a strong peace man and if let alone will make some concessions t Spain to end hostilities but the danger is from the politicians making a cats paw of the president and making him do some fool thing which will bring about corn plications which may involve us with other nations Mr McKinley has shown his disposition to be led by the nose on one or two occasions and as stated above the only fear now is from that source I let alone we are satisfied he would tell Spain right now to take the Philippines leaving us a coaling station and go and sin no more The dispatches today say Spain is willing to give up Porto Rico give the Cubans their freedom go home and stay there It looks like this is enough for the United States to ask but many twobyfour politicians are sending up a howl for more and there is yet no teling what the outcome may be AMONG the latest reports is one to the effect that General Fitzhugh Lee will be sent in command of fifty thou sand troops to garrison the towns of Cuba in case Spain accepts our peace terms The administration certainly ought to recognize Gen Lee and it would be difficult to find an honor too great for him Ho is a man of sense and bravery and his excellent services as Minister to Cuba and in other ought to be recognized What lie has done has been from a sense of duty and not for the selfish purpose of getting his name before the people as has been the case with nearly every other volunteer A SCRAMBLE is being made by some of the chronic for the position of commissioner to the Paris exposition The usual list of names shoved into print are appearing It would be an exceedingly great and relief to the people if it would come in style to appoint mento such positions who have stood back on their dignity and not bored the life cut of the public by having their names stuck up as probably places The political hot bed in Kentucky needs weeding badly Some of the old in both parties have stool until they are AFTER much delay Col Dave Col Eons regiment of Kentucky has been mustered into the ser vice of the United States The gallant Dave has a lot of men who are far from the feather bed type and ones who know nothing else but came from a section of the state where children are horn with a Winchester rifle in their hand and shooting to kill comes as natural with them as it is for a dude to suck a cane They are not afeerd of the whole gol darn Spanish army TIlE treatment received by Mike at the hands of Castlemans nurse ry is a disgrace to civilization It was necessary to have charges before they cculd get Mike out and the are that many a Legion man upon his feather bed worrying over what to trump up against him These fellows may have it in for the man just at present but there will come a time when the fiddler will have to be paid and it will not be money with which the violinist is WE were mistaken in sizing up Roosevelt as a hothouse plant It turns out that he is a very bad un and went to Cuba determined to ride in blood up to his bridle bits He got to see blood spilled sure enough but as most of it came from the veins of his own men who from lack of rushed into a trap the honor will not be as great as the daring hoped for TimE administration is entitled to much credit for continuing the while the Dons are parleying for peace We sincerely hope that an will be reached but onr candid opinion is the Spaniards will never come to our terms until a sound whipping has been administered In other words as long as they have to fight with they will not quit THE CourierJournal asked for of opinions from a number of United States Senators as to the terms on which the United States should eonsent to end the war with Spain Most of them favor a demand for territory in the Philipines several of them including Foraker Chandler and Allen favoring the retention the entire group THE souvenir edition of the Climax was excellent in every of the word It reflects much credit upon the clever editors and printers Richmond has as fine a lot of newspapers as any town in the state IF Uncle Sam get Porto Rico a coaling station in the Philippines and the freedom of Cuba he ought to be flitisficd ai good enough alone 0 f hat Islands quick y capacities surprise accepting sun flowers petrified volunteers fighting hey walking Salter probabilities tossed Lancaster compensated Teddy experience warrior fighting understanding anything expressions Richmond can dIet i i I ofllce seekers p Fl Mike sense va SN t o d The War Madrid papers are indignant because the United States did not stop hostilli ties as soon as Spain proposed peace of London papers indicate that the Spanish people are indifferent to the terms so long as Spain is allowed to have the Phillip pines and is not compelled to pay an indemnityA dispatch says that Loth houses of Congress will be called in extra session as soon as Spain its acceptance of the terms of American troops are pushing northward from Ponce along the road to San Juan though the general will probably not begin in until the remainder of the army arrives The War Department is deeply con cerned over the sickness in Shatters army and will remove the troops to a wellappointed camp at Montauk Point L L as soon as Gen Shafter thinks it safe for them to leave Santiago Permission has been granted the White Cross Associotion of America to send hospital supplies and to Manila on the steamer Arizona which will leave San Francisco iu about two weeks The White Cross differs from the Red Cross in that it is distinctively American Over onethird of fhe American army around Santiago is sick of fever which is spreading rapidly Malarial and yellow fever is plentiful but the latter is of a very mild type Rear Admiral Sampson reports that the Spanish cruiser Infanta Maria Teresa is being pumped out and will soon be floated and taken to The retreating Spaniards in Porto Rico are said to be burning plantations and sacking villages They are of wrecking vengeance upon non compatants and malterating the wo men and children Refugees are flock ing into Ponce All tell of Spanish brutality An order has been issued for the sending of an additional entire army division of 15000 men to reenforce Gens Miles and Brooke in Porto Rico Maj Gen Wade will command the di vision and will select his own regi ments An effort will be made to give to all States in the Union Admiral Cerveras report of the naval battle which resulted in the of his fleet has been to the Spanish Minister of Marine The Admiral requires many pages for the telling of his story Although as- a matter of precaution the report was transmitted through theNavy nothing will be made public as to the Admirals statements unless out from Madrid BUCKEYE Born to the wife of James Simpson a son Allen Ray bought at Richmond court Monday 1 yoke of oxen at 80 and also engaged some of his cattle at 4c Mr and Mrs J W Brown attended camp meeting at Wilmore Sunday and report a large crowd there and to see so many men on the grounds and no one smoking was an unusual sight but it would not have been so had the privilege been allowed The Harrodsburg Sayings has the following regarding a young lady who had a great many relatives and friends in the Buckeye neighborhood Miss Laura Teater died at her home in Bo hon Wednesday after a lingering of consumption She was in the twentieth year of her age and had been for several years a member of the Christian church The funeral was conducted at ten oclock Ihurs day morning at Bohon by Rev David Campbell and the remains were interred in the family cem every The Rev W B Costley of Stock bridge Ga while attending to his duties at Ell en wood that state was attacked by cholera morbus He says By chance 1 happened to get hold of a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and 1 think it was the means of saving my life It relieved me at once For sale by R E McRoberts 1m Andrew Bogie and daughter Miss Hattie and Mr and Mrs Herod Ray and son Reather have returned from Mercer where they attended the fu neral of Miss Laura Teater who was a dear Christian girl and who was so anxious to make the exchange from this life to tho one prepared for all Christians Misses Stella Broaddus and Lelia Hendren were the guests of Miss Hattie Jones Sunday Louis Ray is still confined to his room Miss Hattie Arnold of near Lancaster was with Miss Carrie Brown Sunday Miss Marion Ray left Tuesday to visit her aunt Mrs John Barney near Crab Orchard L F Brown and son John went Vista Saturday and attended High Bridge camp meeting Sunday R Ray and family and Miss House and went to High Bridge Sunday George Berry hustling goods was Our physicians are kept busy attending sick Dangerous Drinking Water Death lurks in impure Water Itbreeds diseases often in epidemic form The first symptom is looseness of the bowels These diseases are checked by taking Foleyr Colc Care 1m I negotiationsMadrid indicates peaceThe advance earnest nurses typhoid Guantanamo accused equalrepresentation destruction forwarded Department given illness subsequently pastoral to er t L I t Beutta h b YC there The prospect for corn was never bet ter it is in this vicinity Farmers say that the wet weather is making the wheat sprout in the stack Mrs C B Engleman has baen quite sick the doctor thinks she is taking feverRev Echols pastor of Nw Hope church at Paint Lick will preach here on the 4th Sunday in this month at three p m Thera foot to open a road through the farms of Mrs Wes ley West and E W Norris and the county road leading to at or near the residence of Mr Gays Born on the 3Jth to the wife of E W Norris a great big boy and it has been named Buford Parks Norris The mother and child are both doing well but Ed is in a precarious condition it is feared that he will never recover It seems that swapping horses is a dangerous business at least that is the sad experience of John Clouse and Jack Ilollingsworth two of our near neighbors who went to Richmond court day in July and James Marcum They are now in jail at Richmond awaiting the action of the grand jury to see whether it was a legal trade W B Adams and family have gone to Rockcastle county on a visit Mrs Mattie Finnell Mrs Eva Miller Mr and Mrs Chenault Willis of Rich mond were the guests of Mrs Ann Broaddus Sunday Mrs Annie is visiting at Lancaster this week Mrs Sallie Leaven of Bryantsville was up this week to see her new neph ew and niece BuforJ Parks Norrisand Blanche Smith Old Mr Frank Galloway showed us some old continental money that is quite a curiosity It was in two bills paper about four inches square one was for eighty dollars and the other for twenty shillings dated July first 1775 Mr Galloways fath er John Galloway served seven years as a soldier in the revolutionary war and he was paid in this money and was promised if they gained their in dependence he would be paid in U S money inside oftwelve months after independence was declared At that time he lived in Virginia and there was no way of traveling only on horse back or afoot and no way of getting the news and the time ran out before he knew it He has five or six hun dred dollars of this money He says his father would get it out every 4th of July and show it to his children and tell them that is what he got for fight seven long years a great portion of the time without food or clothes Just think of it how many fellows that never heart a gun fire that are seven years war and didnt get his monthly pay in money that he could use to say nothing about a pension- I think De Witts Witch Hazel Salve 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 McCREARY An old colored woman aged eighty five years known as Aunt Ellis Kelley died last Friday on Back Greek She has received a pension for some time her husband being in the civil war R L Warner visited in Lexington last week Miss Leila Hendren of Madison visited Miss Stella Broaddus the first of the week Mrs Lou Brown of Shelby ville is visiting her father Wat Adams Mr and Mrs Will Long of Marksbury and Mr and Mrs Saddler and children of Sycamore Valley were the guests of M liardin last week Miss Minnie Wearen has gone to spend a week with friends and relatives in Paint Lick Mrs Robert Burton who had a relapse with fever is better again Miss Bell Hackley has gone to Buena Vista to spend a few weeks with relatives The Cheif Burgess of Milesburg Pa says 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 CARTERSVILLE The infant daughter of El Koch ler died on the 21 inst of whoping cough J B Conn can supply you with hand made Buggies Road wagons Surres etc he can save you money Jerry Pitts near this place has a hog with five feet the fifth foot projecting from inside of front foot Also W C Montgomery has a mule colt which hay a split foot like unto an oxen J B Conn is prepaired to build smokestacks and engine boiler ma chines of all discription Guns revol ears sewing machines in fact any thing that is out of repair Gat his price Also handles Harness Saddles Hardware etc About one month ago my child which is fifteen months old had an at tack of diarrhoea accompanied by vomiting I gave it such remedies as are usually given in such cases but as nothing gave relief we sent for a physician and it under his care for a wek At the child had baen sick for about ten days and was having about twentyfive operations of the bawls every twelve hours and we were convinced that unless it soon ob tamed relief it would not live Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy recommended and I de tided to try I soon noticed a change for the better by its continued use a complete cure was about and is now perfectly healthy C L WVa lm L is a mova on intersect tradedwith Adams printedon wag drawing pensions now and this old man went through the hardships of a a DeWitts was this time it B townw Co EfcBobert LEAF than Lowell Ge- N was For sale by w c Dt1d t MARKSBURY Ashby Arnold bought of Mr David Swope 13 hogs for 5250 T L Herring bought of R F Rob son 13 sheep at 5 12c A D Hughes sold a lot of sheep to J A Woods at S3 per head Minnie T the little infant of Mr and Mrs Speaks was interred in the cemetery at the Fork Sunday Rev Kuykendall conducted the funer al servicesMiss Dunn is visiting Miss Hallie Royston near Point Leaven Mrs W G Dunn and son Benjamin were visiting in Upper Garrard last week Miss Emma Johnson of Nicho lasville is visiting friends in this com munity this week Mrs S E Menzies and daughter Miss Sadie of Donald sonville La are visiting at Jack Kem pers Mrs S E Rice and son A J of Hedgeville visited friends in this vicinity Sunday Mr and Mrs Tom Caldwell of Danville visited Mr J C Boner and family last week Messrs Webb and Joe Kelley and Tom Broad dus of McCreary visited Tom Wall Saturday and Sunday Rev and Mrs Win Anderson after several weeks visit to friends here returned to their home in Oklahoma City Oklahoma Mrs A S Chesnut accompanied by Mrs Wm Davis and daughter little Margaret of Danville spent Tuesday with Mrs J C Boner Ebb Dicker son of Buckeye was in this vicinity Sunday Messrs Oliver Boner and Booth Sutton spent several days in Crab Orchard last week E 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 Store 1m PREACHERSVILLE Silas Anderson sold about 25 hogs to S Morgan for 3 l4c The infant child of John S Patton is very sick at this time Pate Pariah sold to S Morgan two heifers for 3c per lb J J Thompson sold to W Walker a load of fat hogs for 3 l2c W P Grimes is buying steer calves and pay good prices for them A J Thompson shipped his hogs with J L McCarleys last week Thompson Brown and Siler are all in the mountains looking for stock J L Hutchin sold to W L Law rence two heifers and a steer calf for SS2 Mrs Azile Anderson and MisS Hattie Elmore Misses Mary and Lucy are visiting relatives at Burgin and taking in the camp meeting at Wilmore this week Mrs Corminy of Rowland is visiting her mother Mrs Payne Mr and Mrs Wm Land have been visiting relatives here this week James Haskins of Bell county made a business trip hers the first of this weekThe 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 SPOONVILLE Born to the wife of Nat Prewitt on the 23rd ult a fine girl Alpha Marie Mrs George Sebastian is very sick at this writing Several persons in this vicinity are suffering with chills Prof Moore who is teaching school at this i lace is getting along nicely Miss Marie Dunn spent last and Sunday with her cousin Ash by Sebastian of Madison Allen is visiting relatives in George Wheeler is very low with consumption Miss Matilda Prewitt and Mr Compton of this vicinity were married at Richmond on last A very nice supper was given by the brides mother every one a most enjoyable evening A long and happy life is the wish of their friends Thousands of have been of piles by using DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It heals promptly and cures and all skin diseases It gives immediate relief Stormes 1m standing a Cum- mins a Saturday Sebastian Madison Hayden Thursday spending many persons cured eczema Drug- Store James HUBBLE Mrs Ball is on the sick list this weekMrs Annie Holtzclaw is quiet ill at this writing Mrs Bettie Spoonamore has been quiet ill but is improving Miss McKinney begun her school at the Bright school house Monday Aug Prof Secrest give two excellence sermon at the Christain church Sun day Mr Leslie Sutton is going to make quiet an improvement on his firm by building a new house Rev Joe Matthews will preach at the McKindred church Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night Mr Bright Sutton was cutting wood Thursday and his ax flew of the handle and went so deep in the ground that he had to go and get a s ode to vet it out Miss Stella McCleary is the gust of her aunt Mrs Withers Miss Lizzie and Lula Simpson are the guest of Mrs Lizzie Rice Dr Cole is in our yacinity hunting for a new location Those who want the first class work done call at J W Andersons at Hubble he is taking the day in horse shoeing and other work and when he is doing that well he has no thoughts when he will leave Hubble Lum Teater lought two calves for S32 Sim Ray has three children very sick with fever II C Fowler sold to Eugene Berkele a calf for 5 Mrs Brack Grow is quite ill of ty phoid fever T L Sunders bought of John Den ns a calf for 1050 Born to the wife of Jas Simpson on the 31st ult a boy Geo McQuerry bought of Andy Rice 67 sheep at 350 a piece Messrs Norman Grow Floyd and Coy Saunders attended the camp meet ing at Wilmore Sunday Mr Lewis Mitchell and sister Miss Blanche and Miss Leon Land are vis iting relatives and friends in Jessa mine and attending the camp meeting at Wilmore Elder Jesse Walden and son William made a visit to our vil lage last week Norman Grow and Miss Mattie G Saunders visited in Burgin this week Mr and Mrs Jas Littrell are vsiting their daughter Mrs Emma Monford of near Frank fort this week Mrs Jane Shear and little daughter Bertha are the guests of her mother Mrs Anderson of Need Needmore Mrs L Preston and dangh ter Mrs N McCulley visited Mrs Mattie Land of Little Hickman Sat urday and Sunday Care makes luck Farmers always will have good luck with their hogs when fed Dr Haas Hog Remedy the only reliable menicine for swine Thousands of testimonials from lead ing breeders and feeders For sale by J M Higginbotham 1m The LateStaying Caller Friend Staylate makes a call in the evening Conversation blithe and joy ous and repeated requests for him to remain yet a little while lead him not at all unwillingly to prolong his visit He looks at his watch with a gasp of genuine dismay and hurries away slowly at last with profuse apol ogies for keeping us up until such an unearthly hour Oh indeed the entire family This is early for us We never think of going to our rooms until an hour latter than this Friend Staylate loiters a moment after he gets outside the gate Slam goes the door bang wang slam go the shutters calling harshly to each other Thought that fellow never would go Bang Why didnt he stay all night Slam And the rattle of the chain cries Gone at last The dark ness of the dungeon settles down on the house the family has gone to bed having its mind by doors and shutters that are ready to tell the truth any time they are given a J Burdette in the August Ladies Home Journal Bob Moore of LaFayette Ind says that for constipation he has found De Witts Little Early Risers to be per feet They never gripe Try them for stomach and liver troubles Stormes Drug Store 1m 7 STONE no choruses chargeRobert School Books McHoberts Drug Store Old books taken in exchange KENTUCKY BURNSIDE KY 3rd SESSIONBEGINS 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 all that could be wished lor Comfort and Convenience For particulars and catalogue address the Principal JAMESC DOLLEY n A A r i lifrJl i tEii rJr f t w WTJm Oratory DEPARTMENT Red Hot Bargains THIS WEEK Do not fail to give them a call for no one can not duplicate their prices Following are a few prices for this week Star scrubbing lye 4c per box Best lump starch 4c per lb Ivory soap 4c a cake Icadoz Every thing else as cheap in proportion BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO E1PH P BROWN MGR E W Lillard JKO Efctcut Stationery Paints Oils Etc DA1MVILLE KENTUCKY IAt ro ry andwill 11 Clothes pins 11 GJJf a 1 L LE A 0 I N G 0 RUG GIS T S J I e t v11 Wf1i lL t l The Blue Grass J V i t TLh 1 ORGANIZED 1883 I IiITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER FT Capital Surplus Fund 100000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed J M HieeiKBOTHAX President LSWIB Y LIAVILL VicePresident- B F HUDSON Cashier W O BieNEY Assistant Cashr WALKEK Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JMHlGQINBOTHAK LEWIS Y LlAVKLL J S JOHNSON T M ABNOLD- H C ABNOLD JB B F HUDSON ALSZGIBBS JJWALKBB JACOB Y ROBINSON IGOOO C D dill SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE COOP NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton Igts Office over Post Office 0 VXCAST8B KENTUCKY i I have purchased the Walker stable S prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs f on the shortest notice f Special attention given Commercial Travelers RICE BENGE us your Job Printing r FIRE LIFE INS CE ri I andam I Q II ti Ji 1 j 1 t1 f rA LIVERY I J BUNK SI493 THE RATIONAL CAPITAL 20000000 1 OF BC DENNY Assistant Cashr SURPLUS 6500000 LANCASTER JLT A R DENNY President JNO E STORMES Vice President WMHKINNAIBD Cashier t I W u a J F BOBINSON JB Bookkeeper T KXBBY Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS las Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson Stormes B Snml D Cochran Jno E Danville Ky CALDWELL LANIER PLEASURE TO LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE OIsT TJS TRUNKS WE WANT TO SEE YOU Whether You Buy Or Not SIIOES CiTand VALISES I OooOoo a i I I PLEASE REMEMBER I again appeal to these indebted to me to come forward and settle their accounts To save further trouble come at once My accounts are due and must be settled I dont want to give my accounts to an officer MISS SALLIE TILLETT y S BEAZLEY DENTISTTe- eth filled and extracted pain Crown and Bridge Work syeeialtr Office over J R Haseldena hard next to Court House Kr Skin Diseases For fee andpermanent cure of salt rheum and eczema Cham iberiams Eye and Skin Ointmentl an equal It the itch and tingalmost instantly and its effects a permanent cure It also cures itch itch scald heady sore nipples itching piles chapped hands sore eyes and granulated lids Dr Cafrf CMtitlMi PowOcrs for horses the best tonic blood purifier Price 25 cents SEUcBoberts ItevgrsVItincaster fA Q nic I without s stars Lancaster withonk use are andv y Y 4 hF Y a r We are ready to supply the demands of our customers WE ARE SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED Toll Sa red 1C Some of our 12 1350 1500 and 1650 Suits now for 1 O 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 c 31 E A nr iir A ET E E3EssibTGK J L Frohman Co Telephone 136 Danville Ky THE WAR IS ABOUT OVERd Ti es Ove G D THE GLOBEHO 1 4 r Always this time of the desire is to get rid of in line whether 1 cost or customers always reap a great benefit This time my will GREATER THAN EVERso first coming will get the Cream All goods in the mil linery line go in this sale VOlTn CLEfiV SfiLE MRS HAnDE ruti I m bargains MoJJ Y mr CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY August S 1898 PERSONAL TL A Sone is in Lexington this week on business Miss Mary Gll is in Birbourvlle of Miss Rella Arnold is in Crab Orch ard visiting relatives J Brad Jennings has been in the cit ies this week buying goods Miss Lana Bright is visiting Mrs Charley Doty at Brannon Ky Miss Sallie Prewitt of Kirksville is visiting in and around Lancaster Mrs J Fleece Robinson is spending the week at Crab Ochard Springs Miss Lillie Dale Grant has returned from a pleasant visit to Mt Vernon Miss Hattie Mae Arnold is visiting relatives and friends near Buckeye Miss Louise Kauffman has returned from a visit to Kutonville relatives Miss Lillie Dale Grant spent several days at Dripping Springs Jim Cunning am is quite ill at the home of his mother on Depot Street Miss Lou Grant and Lula Ander ton visited Drij ping Springs this week Mr B n of New York is Dr and Mrs Carpenter of Stanford spent Sunday with Dr Wesley and family Graham of Danville is visit ing his cousins Messrs Chas and Fred Frisby Rev and Mrs William Walden arc visiting at his fathers on Lexington streetMrs Effie BatigLman of Stanford visited Mrs Margaret Dunn first of the week Charley Frisby left Tuesday night for an extended trip through the North and West Dr Hugh Grant and family have re turned from a weeks sojourn at Drip ping Springs A crowd of young men and ladies attended the ball at Crab Orchard Springs Friday Misses Bessie Turley Arnie David son and Stella Adams are guests of Mrs W A Hiatt Miss Lyne Lecher left Wednesday Crab Orchard S RESTFULi S t MUSIC i AMUSEMENTS j GOOD LIVING for terms address Hofinann Propr ro0 00 000 0 ooooooooooopoooooo J the guest relatives I thisweek Leteli r the guest of sister Mrs E L Ows Pric gsa SprigsJ J Jr r NOW OO- I COOL EXHILARATING 5 Gus i 8sa 1Wj I I o00oooooaocoooaooooao ooooaooa I i J F v r ids lcyti f It j 1 OPEN i F r 1 x M S s y i 2 M v for her home in Henderson She leaves many sad hearts Mrs Prcctor and children of Dan vile have been visiting Mrs E W Harris and family Miss Annie Austin has returned from Crab Orchard accompanied by Miss Josie Stephens Miss Norma Stone has returned from a pleasant visit to friends and relatives in Kirksville Mr Ray Arnold of Byantsville spent last SaturJay and Sunday with his cousin Bruce Arnold Miss Lena Gordon Tillett a ihurm ing Flemingsburg belle is the Miss Maggie Tomlinson Misses Lizzie and Mattie Thompson returned Monday from a visit to the Misses Bright in Stanford Miss Bessie Adams of San Autonia Texas has been the guest of Mrs W B Mason for several days last Ihursday in honor of Miss Ruth Williams of Campbellsville Randolph Harris has returned from Arkansas The climate went against Ran and his health broke down Judge Hemphill and mother Mrs Rachel have returned home from a weeks stay at Crab Orchard Misses name Doty and Margaret Noel are being entertained a home party by Miss Bettie West this week Misses Alice Unison Lizzie Hudson and Lena Rigney have returned a six weeks tour through the eastern ctics Mrs McElroy and Miss Agness Don imbue have been spending a few with friends in Nicholasville and Lex ington George Smith Jr has been at Crab Orchard Springs this week a number of daily papers lie is a hustling reporter Mr Wm Sandtrs and wife of Bur gin Mr Morton Broaddus aud wife of McCreiry visited the family of IL A Stone this week W O Owslcy leaves this week for North Carolina His health has been bad for some time and he will remain until he recuperates Casey Owsley has returntd from the law school in Virginia Casey is look ing hale and hearty This is his first visit home in two years Rev and Mrs Henry Faulconer left this week for a visit to relatives in Frankfort and other cities They will ba absent for Mrs Arthur Hubbard of Covington and Miss Allene Jackson Richmond have been Irs Jno E Stormes and Mrs Wm Bsrkeles guests this week Messrs nines and Pence alias the Flying Squadron were down from Paint Lick this week the former strictly on business and the latter seeking pleasure Mr W L McFarland after a week with Lancaster relatives returned to New York Monday He stopped for a visit to Mrs W G Dan lay in Lexington Earle Farra gave a hay ride to a number of young folks Monday eve ning Earle is quite a ladies man and bids fair to equal his sold ier brother in smashing hearts- S G D nny the popular teller at the National Bank has been hobbling around for a few days with a boil on his foot The enemy has surrendered to the surgeons knife and Cabel is back counting out dough as usual The Lexington Argonaut says Mr J hn Anderson daughter Miss Mary came over from Lancaster yes I I guest of Miss gave a hay ride hiP from severalweeks Nannie Gaines day representing spending gallant and t x r 1 s terday Mr Anderson returned tak ing Mrs Anderson who had been with their daughter Mrs Browning for some weeks Little Miss Marie Barnes also went to Lancaster Miss Mary will remaia for a week or more Miss Jennie Burnside is v s ting the Misses Anderson on Lexington Ave Miss Allie Ilumler of Oklahoma is the guest of her cousin Miss Rella Arnold Mr and Mis Willijm Eikin and baby of Atlanta Ga Mrs lake and little Annie Elkin of New Orleans Wednesday to visit Capt Elkin and family Some time ago the Richmond Daily Register offered a trip to Niagira Falls to the most popular salesman or sales lady in the city The vote was to be cast by coupons clipp id from the Reg ister The contest was as hot as the final quarters reserved for fish liars and politicians and much excitement was created The voting was brought to a close Saturday and it was found that Miss Bessie Baughman was the winner by a big majority She is the daughter of Mr John T Baughman formerly of this city She i a beauti ful girl and has m my admirers in this city who are delighted at her success We have used Chamberlains Coujh Remedy in our home for many years and bear cheerful testimony to its val ue as a medicine which should be in evjry family In coughs and colds we found to be efficacious and in croup and hooping cough in children we deem it P Ritter 4127 Fairflax ave St Louis Mo For sale by R E McRoberts 1m The Gentry HeUnion morning of August 1st found nearly one hundred and fifty of the Gentry family already Crab Orchard Springs eagerly the arrival of the clans and they came on foot in wagons and by rail in a steady stream throughout the day The train from Louis vine brought a crowd of 150 from Mis souri Illinois Texas Louisiana and all through the South and West This train also bore the Kentucky delega tion headed by Gen W H Gentry of Lexington Daring the afternoon Mrs Gen Gentry arrived accompani ed by her Mandolin Club and will fut nish music during the reunion The program as outlined to Tilt RECORD man by General Gentry is as fol lows Tuesday evening organization and addresses of welcome by some prominent Kentuckians by members of the Gentry family Wednesday evening Manager Hofmann tendered a banquet to the assemble hosts Covers were laid for 500 guests and that prince of hosts fairly himself in the preperation of the menu for the occasion On Thursday evening is the Governors Ball and the Governors of several States are ex pected to be in attendance also Gov Bradley and staff There will be germans during the meeting and dancing will be indulged in every night Many packs of foxhounds will be there and those who wish may in dulge in this sport to their hearts con tent One night during the reunion there will be given what Gen Gantry designates a Ghost Fox Chase this consists of the dragging through the Springs grounds and the corridor of the hotel the skin of a freshly killed fox and at midnight several packs of twenty or thirty hounds each will be placed on the trail and the sleeping guests will be aroused from their slumber by the to many of them sound o the dugs in full chase The date of the novel prceeding will not be divulged as it is to be a sur prise By Thursday night it is expect ed that fully five hundred will be in attendanceIn to the Gentrys Manager Hofmann has 150 regular summer boarders and there are new arrivals every day There ample accom modations for all and the welfare of eviry one is carefully looked after notwithstanding the crowd Gus Hof mann to have the kiack of be mug every where at once and nothing is neglected that would tend to ad 1 to the comfort of the The table service in and when the cipaeous dining rooms are filled to their utmost capacity so is the service that no difference is tram ordinary occasions KOTKa Black Chris and taller Gentry Laarrived i indispensableII TIe assembledat anticipating noon andresponses several familiar excellent Timber 1 surpassed are seems unsurpassed noticeable i are in their element and shake with their many ousins fifty times a day Seven twohorse wagon loads of bag ried terror to the hearts of theomash ers The Committee on Credentials exam ined John Sam Owsley Jr and find ing a deck of cards accepted him as a relation and presented him with a Gentry budge With Dan Kennedy in charge of the dining room and Ciuy Green Bill Gill Monk Gill Theodore Young Bill Rout and Morgan Adams on the waiter staff how can a Lancaster man get hungryDr with his able corps of keep the table supplied with turtle soup and frog legs The doctor is seen daily superintending the drag ging of a monstrous seine through the Springs pond Four old gentlemen were overheard ia conversation None of them were under sixtyfive years of age one asserted that he had never used beer or whisky They were Gentrys and must have been from Kansas You Take Your VncnKoii the most necessary article to have with you after your pocket book is a bot tle of Colic Cure It is an prevention or cure of all de rangements of the bowls caused by a change of water You are likely to need it 1m Words That Will Live Here are some of the epigrammatic sayings of the present war that will go down in history Excuse mp sir I have to report Uiatthe ship has been blown up and is sinking Bill Anthony of the Maine Suspend judgment Capt Sigs bees first message to Washington We will make the court of hades Fghting Bob Ev ans when war was declared Remember the Maine Commadore Schleys to the flying squadron Dont hamper ma with instructions I am not afraid of the entire Spauish fl et with my ship Capt Clark of the Oregon to h Board of Strategy You can fire when you are ready Gridley Comadore Deweyat Manil la To hell with breakfast lets finish em yankee gunner to Com adore Dewey The battle of Manilla killed mr but I would do it again Capt Grid ley of the Olympia on his death bed Dont get between my guns and the Dewey to Prince Henry of Germany Ive got them now and they will never get home Comadore Schley on guard at Santiago harbor There must be no more recalls iron will break at Hobson to Admiral Sampson Dont mind me boys go on fight hands gage by the Gentry crowd car andeach hen t Sp wish language s gnal nowA enemyComadore lastLieut carriad assistants Foleo s absolute PlantersI CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic Neuralgia and Toothache in five minutes Sour Stomach and Summer Complaints Price 25 Cents Gel One of tte Roasters fret Call at my store and we will I am still iu the lead with BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES s Goods are all fresh Lean please all LANGDONS BREAD DAILY PLEASE GIVE US A TRIAL HM explain 1BALLOUI Aliyn K Capron of the Rough Riders Dont swear boys Wood to the Rough Take that for the Maine Capt Sigsbee as he fired a shot through the Spanish torpeloboat Terror Shafter is fighting not writing Aljt Gen Corbin to Secretary Alger when the latter asked for news from the front War is not a picnic ScrgL Ham ilton Fih of the Rough Riders to his mother Who would not gamble for a new star in the flg Capt Buckey ONeill of the Rough Riders Afraid Ill strain my guns at lorg range Ill close Wain wright of the Gloucester in the fight with Corveras squadron Dont cheer boys the poor devils are Phillip of the Texas- I want to make public that I believe in lid the Father almighty Capt Phillip of the The Maine is avenged Lieut Wainwright after the destruction of Cerveras fleet Notice to IroliiuItionlAts There will be a mass Convention of the Prohibitionists of the 8th Con gressional District held at the Court House in Nichilasvillc on Monday August 15th 2 oclock p m Officers will be elected and a candidate for Congress placed in nomination Any party prohibitionist in the District is authorized to attend as a delegateBy order of the Executive Com July 2Gth 18JS O T Wallace 3t Notice All persons having claims against the es tate of T L present them properly proven to Joseph Arnold ad of T I Harris or to R H Tomliusou jutornev within the next days All persons knowing themselves in debted to said T L Han is decd will plense come forward and pay same to said adminis trator This July 11 1S93 Joseph Arnold Admr T L Harris decd lie Sals of As agent of the Columbia Finance and Trust Company assignee of Commercial Building Trust Co of Louisville Ky I will on the s6th clay of September iSgS at 10 oclock a m before the Court House in the town of Lancaster Ky expose at public sale to the highest and best bidder a tract of land in Garrard county Ky about 9 miles from Lancaster from Danville on the Fishers Ford Turnpike containing 94 ACRES with a Good House and other necessary improvements Said land is in a good state cuUivation 40 acres of which can go in wheat this fall and the rest in grass Said land is known us the Jun L Smith farm TERMS One third cash and balance in one and two years equal payment with per cent on defered payments from day of sale paid Co Assignee of Commercial Building Trust Captain I II Dunn PUBLIC SALE OF GARRARD COUNTY LAND On Friday August 19th 1893 at 10 oclock a m I J W Poor assignee of William Dunn will offer for sale on the premises 2 miles northwest of Bryantsville Ky in Garrard county 200 ACRES of good Improved farming lands and 75 or 100 acres of lauds adjoining which will be thrown in with the farm The provements consist of a two story frame house rooms a large stock barn crib and cow sheds Ice house granaries c Pleu ty of never water TERMS One third cash on January 1st 1899 balance in two equal payments one and two years with C cent from January 1st 1899 Time first payment to be se cured by approved on or ad dress or the undersigned at Bryants ville Ky 3t J W POOR WH LACKEY Successor to Lackey jGulley IlffBHYjitlfluil HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ingCapt shootCol inLieut dyingCapt Texas andevery Pu Lad est f until AgtColumbian e I i I I mME I m 11n 11 laid r acknowledgment ins fruit mind Assignees Q9 OQ6OOCdOft 0d04 000000004d0C0400 S First CIas TRA x ir r Whafa Keep your on this space It belongs to ii WISWiY Field Fencing A fence that always keeps its shape because its built that way N atliing but lark size heavily J con auic iiiimc ju styles its a I Lid ofstncl and leaves c stock unharmed while the fence stands strong and sturdy n THIS Inneciolnt makes an ad AliIERZC N wire of best Bessemer In m galvanized made nt difi rent justable fence and pre vents stay wires from bending makes as tight l THATv crimp fence in summer as win ter anti prevcntsstay wire irons being displaced in Theres no fence that excels it and few if any as good Manufactured by SE3CAH STEEL AKB WISE CO PITTSBURG PA FOR SALE B- YJC Robinson Lancaster I t I J I CORSETS l r- or t r ewp 7Y2 Here is one of those who are either so prej udiced against all ad vertised remedies or have become discour aged at the failure of other medicines to help them and who will of the won Throat and Lung troub les grimdestroyer FoleysHoney KNiGHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights- of night in Odd Fellows hall All Knights are fraternally G B SWINEBROAD C C J E ROBINSON K R S ALL WOKSfJ lvl know that True Keiawly I I Pythias meets every Thursday I- rho t I o visiting invited io t Is the fct forrsasfcTtesiTes Corrects J nei for Ctrre or I fc rvl before CVKRria For sale by R E l I U nw iJ up I rcllob rts Lancaster all- Irrtgulaatlssittreaamicmsina1mtcdhs toe rm d i 5e Lio ctnatthe- eifnrta atyyetrs- ad uiy i 11 31aa r Chat tea lot a JUST AUTTLE THAN TIlE EST l BETTER N 7- r siaiJKy Oh the Pain of RheumatismRheumatism tense suffering Many have for years vainly sought relief from this disabling disease und are today worse off than ever Rheumatism is a blood disease and Swifts Specific is the only cure be cause it is the remedy which can reach such deepseated diseases A few years ago I was taken with inflamma tory Rheumatism which became so intense that 1 was for weeks unable to walk I tried several prominent physi xr vSiifcv cians find took their treat nient faithfully but was unable to get the slight est relief In fact my con dition seemed to grow I worse the disease spread over my entire body and fci from November to March I suffered I tried ff ffi many medicines K but none relieved me the advice of a friend I decided to try S S S Before allowing me to take it my guardian who was a chemist ana the and pronounced it free of potash or mercury I felt so after taking two bottles that I continued the rem in I was cured completely rife cure was permanent for 1 huve never since had touch though many times exposed to damp and cold weather M TIPPELL roll Powclton Avenue Philadelphia Rheumatism Throw aside your oils and liniments as they can not reach your trouble Dont experiment with potash and mercury will add to your disabil ity and completely destroy your i or I iWII llE iIIIIf I r 13 l Y two months Dont suffer longer with doctorstheir digestion u 5P1qi t V 1 j however pdv or will cure perfectly and permanently It is guaranteed purely vegetable contains no potash mercury or other mineral Books mailed free by Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga FARM AND STOCK NOTES 5000 bushels corn wanted Iwill give one dollar and seventy five cents per barrel for 1000 of corn delivered at the Distillery Juo W Miller Mgr Joe Patchen stepped a quarter the other thy at Joliet in 2S 12 seconds The washing of clothes for the Queens household costs more than 15000 per annum The 215 list of 1898 will be a large one and from the way they have started out the 210 pacers will be con siderably increased J L Jenkins sons of Bowling Green Ky have sold 487 cavalry and artillery horses to the Government since the war began at an average of about 73 per head Sick headache biliousness constipa tion and all liver and stomach troub lesican be quickly cured by using those famous little pills known as DeWitts Little Early Risers They are pleas ait to take and never gripe Stormes Drug Store 1m There will be no fair at Lexington Ky this year After considering the matter for some time the gentlemen having it in charge decided to abandon it entirely this year An exchange says The shepherd who can sleep soundly while his flock is tormented with ticks and other vermin should ba compelled to share Irs coujh with a legion of fleas and bid bugs If there is any one thing that a should do himself it is the sowing his seed If not rightly done all the rest of his years labor will be in vain There are some things we should not leave to hired Win your battles against disease by acting promptly One Minute Cough Cure produces immediate results When taken early it prevents cousump tion And in later stages it prompt relief Stormes Drug Store 1m When the apples are ripening pick the largest and best first this will let the limbs straighten up and the small er fruit will have a chance to grow and mature and acquire color In the packing markets the heavy hog is still selling at the top The packers see a good profit in lard and want the hogs that make it In the butcher markets however the light an I medium weights sell fully up to i s ALL WOMEN C ooooooo o 000 000 00 t i00 0 0 0 00000000000000 0 0 o barrels Pilgrimage farm r helpEx furnishes I I JIHETENTHS Of all the pain which women suffer is caused by weakness or derangement in the organs of menstruation Nearly always and sIckness from 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 regu lation of the menstrual function It cures all female troubles It mestic and maternal cares and They all need it They are all benefitted by It For advice in eases requiring special the Ladles Department The Chattanooga Co Chatta nooga THOS J COOPER Tapete HIM Mytl sister from Irregular Md painful menstruation and her of Cardol entirely cured her and also hetettf M thrones fee CkMfa tU oi Win ofirdu inherperiodknown red I I gtf1 fr 0 directions address I M Wine S oi above heavy ia spite of the lard premiumTle crop report for July gives the averages estimated yield of wheat per acre as 1674 bushels and is based on over 1000 reports It points to a total crop in the State of 28600 000 bushels Harvest is two weeks earlier than in 1797 According to the offical report the condition of wheat in Ohio is 86 pr cent Corn is rated at 90 per cent but the condition is very spotted through out the State The condition of hor es and cattle is good and a markeJ in crease iu the wool clip is noted The Owinsville Outlook says Hushes near town recommends for destroyng cabbage worms He used it last year with gocd success Bruise a lot of tomato vines and steep them in hot water When cool sprinkle the liquid oortion on the cabbageFour Jerseys should bring you at least 25 pounds of butter a week worth in most markets 25 cents and there will be market for all your but termilk The skimmilk is worth cash to your poultry or pigs To keep these four cows should cost 350 This leaves a nice income for a skilled dairy woman If a new bee queen is in good con dition and satisfied with her surround ings she will walk quietly and com poseedly about the hive and begin her egg laying The bees are most sure to accept her then but if she runs about making a noise the bees will surround her and roll up in a ball Release her by using smoke and then try her again This process may have to be tried several times before all goes well The wheat crop of the world in 1895 according to the figures of the Hun garian minister of agriculture was 04000000 bushels less than the crop of 1894 The crop of 1890 was 120000000 bushels less and the crop of 1897 was 304000000 bushels less a total falling off in three years of 488000000 bushels The visible supply of the wotld in con sequence was reduced to the lowest and ther no reserves to call upon A farm exchange says either deep plowing or high fertilizing is now the of the tiller of the soil Mother earth is becoming more and more will not laugh any more when her surface is tickled Her treasures lie deep and to them we must make the plow run There is still poetry in agriculture but sentimental farming will not make the old soil responsive The following amendment to the constitution of the General Associa tion of Baptists recommended by the Recorder That no messengers be re ceived from any churches which in their membership members who buy and drink intoxicating as and that the board be to receive any money from such churches or from churches which retain in their membership liars or defrauders or men of impure lives also that our board be forbidded to re ceive money from such churches Proper cultivation of the growing Burley crop is bound to yield the grower large returns A fixed pur pose to raise good serviceable tobacco should be the definite aim of every to bacco grower during the season of ISIS No farmer can ever afford to let a tobacco crop take care for itself Put the principle of quality not quantity into practice this season and you will have no cause for after regretsIn the adoption of the common remedy of indigo as a cura tive and general preventative for equine diseases as has been recalled by different papers recently horse owners should beware of making the awful mistake of thinking all bluing as commonly used is indigop says an exchange Many of the mixtures used in household purposes are dangerous compounds that would possibly cause the death of horses if placed in their drinking water Genuihe indigo not common bluing is the drug recom mended Ex The Best Remedy for Flux Mr John Mathias a well known stock dealer of Pulaski Ky says Af ter suffering for over a week with flux and my physician having failed to re lieve me I was advised to try Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remely and have the pleasure of stat ing that the half of one bottle cured me For sale by R E McRoberts 1m Battleship Kentucky CoL Harry Weissinger chairman of the finance commitiee of the commis sion of United States battleship Ken tucky has taken up the matter of buying for the great ship when she is formally turned over to the a handsome silver service with all the vim his every enterprising moves He wants the silver to be purchased through a pop ular subscription and to this end has addressed a letter to citizens of Ken tucky which in circular shape will ba largely distributed In part the letter is as follows The great battle ship Kentucky named in honor of the State was in the presence of the Governor and many representative citizens from all parts of the State of Kentucky launched March 25 1898 and will be put in commission som time between January 1st and March 1st The presence of Kentuckians at the launching was merely a preliminary recognition of the honor done the State by the Government and it was universally conceded that something more substantial must be done by the piople of Kentucky and that when the great ship shall have been com pleted a handsome silver service em blazoned with the arms of the State should be presented Such has been the custom of all the I qII R rill an John- S the- o lowing chiefwork hardenedand retain liquors Chamberlains government that characterizas 189 I vas forbidden Planters CUBAN OIL cures Bums Bruises RheuCUts Sores Price 25II matismand fat i i Sym a le w I I5usbafts I I i The sympathetic tenderness of a husband to an expec tant mother especially during her ordeal George Layton Esq a promi nent Dayton 0 the following case A customer of mine whose wife has used four bottles of Mothers Friend before con finement says after seeing the effects of the remedy she to go through the ordeal there were but bottles on the market and the cost was 100 per bottle she would have them Mothers Friend is a scientifically compounded liniment cer the various ailments pre childbirth and assures proper elasticity to the cords and muscles in the final ordeal dollarValuable book Before ia Born mailed free on application THE BRAOFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ox States which have been so honored by the Government Kentucky I know will not be behind but will rather them in the splendor of her girt and the universality of the offering The gift will not cost less than It is proposed to secure this amount by popular subscription town in the State of Kentucky should be presented and with the view of making the subscription as general as possible I have addresiei this letter to representative citizens in every part of the State No one need fear that his subscription will be too large nor none so small that it will be overlooked We want both dollars and dimes for it is to be the peoples giftWith the gift to the ship will jjo a list of the contributors and the place but not the amount so in making your contribution please write your name and address distinctly As chairman of the Finance Commit tee I ask your personal cooperation in this work that you will at once take this matter up with your neighbors to the end that the call may be liberally and promptly met Yours respectfully Harry Weissinger Chairman Finance Committee- N B Address all letters containing subscriptions to Jas F Buckner Sic rotary Board of Trade who will ac kuowleige receipt of same The Most Fatal Disease It is not generally known that more adults die of Kidney trouble than of any other disease When the first symtoms of this disease appear no time should be lost in taking Foleys Kidney Cure which is guaranteed or money refunded 1m PRINCIPLES OF TEMPERANCE Will Be Taught In tHe Public Schools W C T U Kesoluious The womens Christain Temperance Union has been much encouraged by its success in having the School Board enforce the law which requires that Temperance be made a part of the course of study in the public schools Every State in the country with the exception of four has this requirement- Mr John G Roach who is one of the members of the School Board read the resolution at the last meet n g of the board Section 43S3 of the Kentucky relating to common schools and the course of study reads as follows Section The State Board of Ed ucation shall constitute a standing committee who shall prepare rules bylaws and regulation for the govern ment of the common schools of the State which shall be adopted and en forced under the authority and direct ion of the county Superintendents trustees and teachers shall prescribe and publish a publick graded course of study for the common schools spec the order of studies and the time to ba allotted to each which tees reading writing arithmetic grammar English composition geog raphy physiology and hygiene civil history and the history of Kentucky After 1 the nature and effects of alcohol ic drinks and narcotics upon the hu man system shall in schools wholly or in part by the be taught as thoroughly as other re quired to all studying physiology and hygiene as a part of this brance Therefore said instruction being mandatory it is now resolved that the Committee on Examination and Course of Study shall make provision for the teaching of this subject as a part of course for ensuing and shall recommend to the School Board suitable text books The resolution was adopted The Committee on Course of Studies will make its report at the meeting of the School Board next Monday night What textbooks the recommend has not been stated Tem perance has bean taught in a vague way in the schools under the head of Nature Studies but according to the resolution adopted a textbook is re quired covering the effect of alcohol on the system so that will be examined and home as to average acquired just as in the case of subjects taught in the public schoos loving involved druggists excel 10 00 Every ofresidence I olIo wing statutes 2 bytheprescribedby 1893 committeewill reportssent gives I supported Our Cavalry Xc the finest In the World An American citizen thinks the American Soldier is the best for the easy reason that he is an American but there were three Englishmen whose profession had qualified them to know soldiers of every land and who were quite as cnthusastic over the cavalry as any American could be as is Fraedersc Remington for instance For one thing all of our men are as large as Life Guardsman and what they lose in contrast by lack of and through the inferiority of their equipment and is made up to them in the way they rids a horse A German or English trooper sits his horse like a clothespin stuck on a line may rise or sag or swing in the wind but the clothespin maintains its equi librium at any cost and is straight unbending and a thing to itself The American trooper with his deep saddle long stirrup swings with the horse as a ship rides at anchor on the waves he makes a line of grace and strength and suppleness frou tha rake of his sombrero to the toe of his hood ed stirrup When his horse walks h sits it erect and motionless when it trots he rises with it but never leaves the saddle and when it gallops he swings in unison with it like a cow boy or a cockswain in a racingshell From The RockingChair the War by RICHARD HARDING DAVIS in the AugustF ction Number Scrib Ve Never Will Be Missed The earth will not in grief disdain When you and I are gone Twill hang out at the same old stand When you and I are gone The little supper part we play Will be forgotten in a day Well be just like some last years hay When you and I are gone And men will read our epitaph When you and I are gone And of its import lightly chaff When you and I are gone The world will still be just as glad Our children oh how sad I May call some other fellow dad When you and I are gone L Bulletin physically goldand pip clay linethe lard Periodof ners 1 W I uniform I To Indianapolis Fare the Round Trip QUEEN CRESCENT August 7th 8th and OtIs account L A W National Meet lickets good till August 16th returning Finest Trains in the South W C RIXE ARSON G P A Cincinnat Oaio R KINNAIRDS Insurance Agency Representing Over SSTOOOOOO In the following Fire Insurance Companies Etna of Hartford Queen of America National of Hartfort Plienix of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford North British and Merchantlic German American of New York Liverpool and London and Globe I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance Go on the DANVILLE STAGE LINE Lv Lancaster 8 AX Ar Danville 10 30 AM Lv Danville 2 PM Ar Lancaster 4 SO PM Makes connection with 450 train for Richmond Canbe found at Stodgills Stable or Clemens Hotel RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES K C Branch gouthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 1125 A it Northbnd Mixed 450 P X Northbnd Passgr 252 A v- Southbiid i A K Queen Crescent Route PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 609 a m Number 6 Daily except Sunday 143 pm Number 4 Daily Flag 348 Numbers dont stop 417 pm SOUTH BOUND Number 1 dont stop ll42a m Numbers Daily except Sunday a m Number 9 Daily except p m Number 3 Midnight flag 1142 J1 J HOOD SURGEONDENTIST LANCASTER KY Office over J C Thompsons Jewelry store on Danville street 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE COMPANY II II II 1229 8 a m 10 Sunday755 p m a 11 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac- Amyono sending1 sketch and description may our an la probably patentable stricUr on Patents Bentflreo Oldest for securing patents Patents taken through Wunn receive notice without charge In the Scientific Jftiericait ffloctnted largest cbi mIsSion of scientific Journal Term S3 a year four months SI newsdealer I inTentIon Communications WYork Bra OSee W BtWaabfBstoo V I YYV k Co DC We will Send the Weekly edition and the to all old and new Subscribers for only per year Sand in soon as theo will not last long LOUISYLLE RECORD DISPATCH CENTRAL offer OF LEXINGTON KY Over 11000000 Paid in Maturities Over 4000000 Reserve and Surplus The Following Coupons Matured July 1898 Name Address GJO Lexington Ky Geo I Robertson Lexington Ky Geo D Robertson Mrs S J Taylor Lexington Ky Miss Ellen Ky Mrs Lexington Ceo D Kv C Nichols Louisville Talitha Heathman Lexington Ky Louis Samuels Ky H A Welch Buckner McElroy Lexington Herman Louisville ky Lem Louisville Ky R Arnspiger Marshall Winchester Ky Louisville Ky John L Fisher Louisville Formau Flood Lexington Ky Kate Young Mrs Taylor Lexington Ky Lillie B Kv Porter Louisville Ky Sallie Bishop Leesburg Ky J D Ky Francis A Lexington Ky Chas F Steinwehr Perry Crostwaite Lexington Ky M and John Ky Louisville ICy Maggie D Hurries N Middletowu Ky K F Johnson Baltimore Md D Burricr Lexington Ky D U Good Dr A Lexington Ky Anna Schmidt Louisville Ky Phil Rarick Nicholnsville Kv Frotik Reenhurt LouIsville John A Bnrgin Ky C A Culver Louisville Sallie Sanders Louisville Ky Louisville Ky C L Parker Somerset Ky J M Joists Skain Ky J M John SkBiu Lexington Ky Miss AileD Adams Ky Amauda J Brittincham Mrs Hattie F Hecht Louisville Ky Sue M Gentry Danville Ky Thomas L Given Ky Lafon Kicker Ky W H Ford Lexington Ky W HFord Lexington Ky W II Ford Lexington Ky Robert Wells GeoOgetowu Ky F H Norton Ky Jd Chriamnn Danvillk Jnraes Uaveneraft Lexington Ky Maggie Smith Ky E F Danville J D Purcell Lexington The Morning Herald Lexington Ky Miss Anna Knokle Lexington Ky Ky J Danville Ky W B Cassidy O W J Lexington Ky E LeCain Cincinnati 0 Atkins Lexington Burgin Ky Lancaster Ky Kate S Brown Lexington Ky Kate S Brown Lexinton Ky Kate S Brown Lexington Ky A S Bowman Ky Wells Georgetown T B Crutcher Nicholasville Thos ABoIIautyne Cincinnati O Thos A Ballantyne 0 Shookum Gnlce Pool Lexington Ky Shooknm Gulch Pool Kexingon Ky Shookum Gulch Pool Ky Shookum Culch Pool Lexington Shookum Gulch Pool Lexington Ky Shookum Gulch Pool Ky Leave Laicoater Ky John Walsh Maysville lion W C Breecklnridge Lexngton Ky John R Allen Alice Nuss Louisville Ky John C Lewis Georgetown Ky Ky R C Morgon Lexington F M Drake Grand Rapids Mich A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary For particulars call on J C HempMll local apt Lancaster Ky Cost Paid P 15O GJo cuso 913 7943 A J Taylor 943 2i50 6185 V HJO 9133350 3t50 O 6G8O 95 GdSmm ong 3hO tzJO 7432 tt 7432 K J DLtrlch 3250 7 hO 3150 31 SO 3150 7L50 n50 E S nO 71liO 206oAsa Lexington 0 50 693tJ 3050 69O Rockwood Tenn hO 66Su j 66O 2iro Carrie 0 Cls5 IGfo WIly 20 t el1o gle O 5691 270P 5911 o 0 250 h 2210 4976 a50 521J1 C L Spauglcr 190 250 200 4t4302 00 4302 1550 345 4471950 4247 1750 stu40 JIGJ I 150 oa61650 150 1250 2669 1250 69 lilA 1150 29O S Chrsmau l4J1150 2347 150 29O V 12L0 1250 11hO Victor S Iel 1150 2147 1250 2669 12 ro 26fi9 l2so 2t6J lliO 21S S 2147 100 22650 127 2447 2147 UXO 2147 Ky1150 2447 2447 S T I15O H17 1050 225IOJiO 8 In90 tJI 10 0 225 Mrs Mattie 9O 200 K 850 1741 2006 SoutliernMutual InvestentCLL Robertson 2th5 770 7706 7700 7432 7132 t 71tO 31 7154 6132 5941 5ilt 5204 G12 5911 5697 2550 5697 56i7 4217 4976 iso S0 3801 38 03 3534 l45 26 3245 3117 3117 Emil llhardt 3117 2669 266- 10s Williams 2447 630 1257 1130 2147 295 Low Ratesvia the Queen Crescent Route from all points south to the a- lTransMississippi Exposition Omaha June iNov ist B Y P U International Meeting Cuffalo Juy 1417 Knights Pythias Conclave Indianapolis August 229 G A R Encampment Cincinnati 0 September 510 1898 Ask ticket Agents fcr particulars or apply to W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati 0 for free Books flaps Printed Matter Time Tables Rates and full information S I fThdINTERESTING ITEMS INDIA wheat is still threshed by trodden out by bullocks and but falos BEAN fever has been added to the list of epidemics like hay fever and rose fever by a German doctor who has christened his discovery Favis mus His cure for the disease is to keep away from the beanfields Axr one with Sancho Panzas fancy for islands may buy The Salvages north of the Canaries which are for sale at Madeira There are three large islands and several small ones by themselves in the ocean but with game THE first woman to offer herservices to her country in 01 comes again to the front in 98 Nearly 40 years have elapsed yet it has not served to damp en the ardor or chill the patriotism of the woman who less than two hours after the firing of the first shot at Ft Sumter was enrolled a nurse in the union army the first of the original appointed by Miss Dix She is Mr Mary S Gist and lives at Washington- D a Bring The Record Your Job Work being offered uninhabited You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA TWit LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE H M SCCtlftS The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpud The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Bates Time and alt other ia naatkaivrifl be cheerfully funby c P ATMonr f rOcby l40CJST S X i II All f a t r a s