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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f i t a VOLUME IX Entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster Kyt at Second Class Matter t tnttai NUMBER zo S etofb PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDBAM Cut Public Square and Danville Avenue4mn Are You Thinking- About having a Good 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 JRHaselden Col Stanford W I Lancaster WELSH 4 WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky All business attended to promptly WG Welch l i t j 1 i BEAZLEYEAUHMAI FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky b 6 I LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 19 1898 IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER rc0 0 ocooooooooo oo 00 aooo 0000 o o oolre 0000000000 0 0 0 000 00 0 0 0 0 0 4 L joooeooea eaeooeeoaesoeooeoseeeee eoeeeeeeoeeeoose eeeooo ea Smoke the Proctor Knott Look at the Bluegrass Groceries ad on page 2 ad Sawing machine needles and oil at Thompsons C Proctor Knott cigars make a delic ious smoke Wi 1 pay 7 l2c for good fresh eggs H B Northcott TV Pure Homemade at Elmlns tons KunJy Take advantage of our CourierJour nal oiler I s great The best two horse wagon on the market at G S Gaines Queen Crescent low rotes to Sept 3rd to 9th Lovers of a delicious smoke prefer the Proctor Knott cigar I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn Nice farm of 180 acres for stile For price and terms call on J M Logan Nothing but the t ingredients used at Kitchen CoL W G Welch and lIon It C Warren attended circuit court here on Monday Low rates Cincinnati Qieen Cres cent during G A It Encampment Cincinnati Queen Crescent low excursion G A R Encampmenn at Cincinnati Ask your Agent A stock communnication was receiv ed from Stanford with no signature According to the rules of the office it was not published Per Sale Wheel A high frame Victor Bicycle in good order or will for a horse J C HKMI JIIIL The shooting of pistols and ele at ing hales on the public square at nights have about supped Our nijht Marshal Joe Petty his seared off you pay out for rent is gone forever You can pay the same amount into the Lancaster Building Loan Assciation and own your home Try this J C Heinphill Secyt cigar dies Cincinnati ur rat exchange go gentle thm hat ca Kit i e Edminston Candy ti r Ed A Dillehay agt of Danville is prepared to promptly fill orders for paving brick will sell in Danville at deliyer in Lancaster at 935 per thousand There is a demand for more in L mcaster and par ties with money dont build is hard to understand There ara so many in quiries for houses but none can be found Col Craddjck of the P ris K ntuck iin Cit zan pays fitting tribute to Gus Hofmanns hospitality at Crab Orch art Springs The Col knows a good thing when he sees it and never fails to render unto Cousins his dues Rev Moore of London who is an able minister and an attractive is conducting a protracted meeting at the Methodist church Large crowds are attending and much interest is ma nifested Suspended The Richmond Register suspended publication of its daily edition on the 13th inst The Register with com mendable enterprise published a daily throughout the progress of the war that would have dme creplit to a much larger city than Richmond The daily newspapers have clipped the articles which have appeared at various times in TilE RECORD in re gard to Sunday mail at Lancaster and have taken the matter up with the postal and it is thought that ere many moons we will have at least a Sunday paper i not mail Republican Convention At a meeting of Republican Committee for 8th Congress ional District of Kentucky held in Nichoasville Ky august 10th 1893 it was ordered by said committee that a convention be held in Danville Ky August 30th 1S98 12 oclock a m to nominate a candidate for congress for said district That the representation in said convention shall be one dele gate for each one hundred votes and a fraction over fifty cast for Republican Electors in November 1SOG the dole gates to be selected in manner provid ed by county committee W J WIMIOKE ChD C C C WALLACE Secy Erick or 2R residences why authoritie w650 soma Protracted Meeting speaker Congressional Big Bargains in Shoes We have begun our annual Cut Price Sale of Shoes and Oxfords gs We have now on tables 25 to 150 pairs V Ladies and Childrens Shoes and Slippers worth from 150 to 250 We are closing these goods out at 25c to 125 Get first choice Logan Robinson 8f 1gI t 19If t 7f t f tt 19T L t zo 1 r J J f JQtf 7 F jJ nrnrnrntnnnnrnrnrm nmmrnmrnnnnr nrf r t i N j4 M NNJIIJUJIIJII JUJUJItU1JUJ1UlU1111111U1UU r Attention The la lies of Lancaster and Garrard county will give a dinner in the city of Lancaster on the 22nd of August County court day for the benefit of company L tad Regiment Ky volun the proceeds to go to pay for the blankets purchased for said company prior to their going into camp at Ky and which the Fiscal Court refused to pay for A patronage should be sc orded then Any persons wishing to bring provis ion can do so Robert Lee Davidson was granted license to practice law We now have twentyone lawyers at this bar The Noel Sisters have purchased Mrs Moody Ilardias stock of milline ry and will run this store and con tinue the one at Danville Srg Ashby Warren of the Second Kentucky is at home for a few days and was over here to see relatives lIe is looking well and is pleased with the service Messrs C A Robinson W L Law son and W T Pherigo have been Election Commissioners for Garrard county under the Goebel Election Law Simon Weil for Lehman of New York bought 4 cattle of Gibbs Brothers and 2 cars of A R Denny at 4 34 cents Tht indictment under the anti mob law of 180G has been drawn by commo wealth Attc riey J S Owsley during this term of our circuit court and tli3 trial will ba sensational To Teachers The white tc examination will he held at my ofliee Friday and Satur day August 10 and 20 and colored teachers examination on the following Friday and Saturday August and 27 Miss J Lusk Republican Mass Meting The republicans met at the Court House on Wednesday to appoint del egates to the Danville convention to nominate a candidate for congress In the absence of Chairman D R Coiner Mr L L Walker opeueJ the meeting On motion or W T West Judge R A Burnside was made chairman who made a few remarks asking for harmo ny and they certainly had it as they did the work in fifteen minutes and everybody agreed to every suggestion A B Estridge was elected secretary and L L Walker D M Lackey and Millard F West were appointed as a committee on resolutions They re ported strong approvals of the admin istrations of Gov Bradley and Presi dent McKinley They endorsed every principle of their party and denounc ed the Goebel election law and other democratic legislation as partisan and against public interest About thirty delegates were appointed among them Gov Bradley Col Collier Capt Herndon and W T West who were instructed to cast the vote of Garrard for Hon G M Davison of Lincoln A Card from 1rof Gowen I have received a notice from the Board requesting me to vacate at once and make room for my successor as he is anxious to move in and because his goods are packed up and ought to be unpacked For fear my friends the public at large may think my contin ued stay a piece of spitework I wish to explain My contract called for a certain sum of money and the use of the house which estimated at 200 a year as part of my salary I moved in Sept 12 95 and have lived here from year to year since then Hence my term will not be out till Sept 12 98 until which time I have a right to stay under the law But Im not simply because I have a right to I have no ether place to go the house they are building me will not be ready for some time If I have to get out now MY goods would haveto be up and stay packed up for some time bedsides we would have to pay board till we move I meant to give up my rights for a short time and pay board to let the in but I dont deem it my duty to give up and put myself on expense for nearly a month My successors goods can be unpacked and put in any room we are not using- B S GOWKX MAJ H A EVANS DEAD Former Resident of Lancaster Dies of Typhoid Fever in Texas The sad intelligence of the death of Maj Evans will as a severe shock to the many friends of the family here Dr Evans his father was at one time the Garrard Female and Harry was one of the Harry was well up in military tactics and he rendered valuable as sistance to the Owsley Rifles in drill ing and training them No cleverer bigger hearted boy ever existed thaw Harry Evans and not one who knew him but will shed a tear of regret ar his death The following was taken from Tuesdays CourierJournal A telegram was received yesterday by Mr tV G Polk of Wm Kendricks Sons announcing the death of his brotherinlaw Maj H A Eyans of Sulphur Springs Tex Death was due to typhoid fever His death was a great schock to his friends in this State where he lived for many years The deceased was a son of the Rev t ers appointed carsofexport c ers Est Ifnecessary new- man principalof College faculty Lexington liberal fist was staging packed come e 6 S Morris Evans D D formerly a member of the Kentucky of the Methodist Episcopal church South but who is now in Maj Evans was a graduate of the old Kentucky Military Institute and most of his life as an He was 39 years of age and 12 years ago was married to Miss Martha Polk of Ilarrodsbnrg He is survived by his wife father and mother His remains will be busted at Sulphur Springs where ha had lived for the pst seven years Circuit Court A large crowd of litigants and curi osityseekers attended the opening of circuit court last Monday will be the case as long as Satan stalks abroad to lure the sons and daughters of into the paths of iin Judge Saufley took the bench and the wheels of justice began to move Sheriff J B Sanders deputies Alexander Walker William Wa rJ and Perry Naylor jal er Ross clerk Hamilton assisted by W B Mason Commonwealth attorney Ovsley and county attorney Letcher Ovsley were all present ready to ex cute the orders of the cuurt The grand jury was called and the court delivered a charge replete with legal learning which was a source of valuable instruction to the public generally and served as a guide to the jury in the proper and legal investi gation of all violations of laws the of procuring testimony and the character necessary to make a good The following is a list of GRJ ND JUKOIJS J C Boner foreman Walter Romans M D Hughes Ansel George Brown- J B Rout W Uradshaw Lee Brown J F Uallaher Isaiah W D Scott William Woods i he following gentlemen constitute PETIT JURY George F K Sitton K Henderson Milton Mahan- I M Dunn W B Moss Wm Paks O J Hendron J G Burnside Jas Ramsey Robert Brown George McLear C A Robinson E B Scott Jr M Rou T S Elkin F W Thompson W L Allen W B Jarvis Gaorge Hroaddus lames Underwood Ed Norris Thos Woods G A Bruce The trial of Frank Turner for hog stealing was begun on Monday and c included on Tuesday by a verdict o one year in the penitentiary Tomlin son Walker and Svinebroad repre senting the defendant Messrs Homer Batson and Robert Davidson were made examiners for Garrard county on Tuesday Colonel Coffey colored was fined 75 and six months confinement in jail to work at hard labor for willful and malicious shooting and wounding Herndon and Tomlinson appeared for the defendant The case against William McCoy for murder was passed till next week George Smith who is under indict ment for forgery failed to appear and his bond was forefited The grand jury has found eleven in dictments seven for felonies and it is likely that more business will be done term than during any term for some time past John Simpson for concealed weap ons by default judgment was given 30 days in jail and fined 100 The grand jury indicted Porter Wearen and Edwin Clouse for murder and their trials are set for next week On Wednesday Robert Boatley was fined 25 and 10 days in jail for carrying concealed weapons Wm Potts colored was given five years in the penitentiary for house Col SIniuis Will PARIS Ky Aug 17 The will of CoL W E Simms probated at the county clerks office leaves all the property real and personal to his wife Besides life insurance there is property consisting of farms in Kentucky Arkansas and the north west bank and railroad stocks and city property in this city Chicago St Paul and other places Was In the Santiago Fight VALLEY VIEW Ky Aug 17 Tuck Baxter of this place who joined the regular army two years ago has been heard from In a letter to his brother here he says he was in the fight around Santiago and in company with 100 men made an assault on a point in the Spanhh lines and of 100 in the charge only 40 left alive to tell the story lib loyal to tfce highest trade hafctef powder Actual tests skew it flaeaoM I tkM farther prominent Texas hadspent andsuch Adam Lafayette 1 the Evans 1 this colored breaking 00000 l Conference looted educator manner indictment were ere air stMrkaw r KIN POWDER so New h P Abss1 ly hlntl- evL Weer t eeee YOM w r u TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ftJODsr Year in A iv iis We have received our new line of Fall and Winter Handsomest lines of Carpets you ever JT PRICES We are prepared to make diagrams of your 4 room and have carpets cut and made to fit your room We are closing out our line of Spring Carpet Samples they are in one and onehalf yd lengths Suitable for Rugs and Strips We are selling them cheap The Strip I t I 1 6 rt T f T ATTENTIOiMcOeQC Oo9OQoOQO HDUS K S i I 1 ft Itt J I n WandREMARKABLY LOW SA D D UWi J1 G 8 IRIC g 25 50 75 and 1300 I F01 i iq fit its is i- cP s r- l 7 r o oawooa woaooesoooaw- e t eta V saws i a l3h ioEdnCbGOoCCr cCa C- rbCAPAS flii4 THE LOG11 rA ta 1 tt f ttt t t l4 FKAXKFOKT Ky 17 Jesse Holmes a private in the 2d Kentucky who was stricken with typhoid fever at Chickamauga and brought lyre is dead Will Try Another World PHILADELPHIA Aug young woman whose names are as yet un known committed suicide Tuesday by jumping from a ferry boat into the D laware river near the Chestnut strict wharf this city The cause of their self destruction is a mystery Before they jumped one of them laid a pocketbook on a seat The pocket book contained a piece of paper on written the following sen tence We find we are utterly unfit for this world and will try another NEW YORK Aug Hong Kong dispatches reporting the arrival there of the German cruiser Kaiserin Aigusta with Governor General Au show a violation of neutral ity on the part of the Germans unless Merritt or Dewey consented to Augus tis departure from Manila MAIITIX COXWAY the famous moun tain climber has gone to Bolivia where he will explore the high group of the Andes containing the peaks Illimani and Illampu New Kentucky Post Office WASHINGTON Aug 1C Post office has been established in Kentucky as follows Bowman Fleming county James T Bowman postmaster Watermeloi Ky Aug 13 Geo Howard colored of this place ate watermelon and was immediately taken violently ill and died The mel ons had poison injected into them as a trap for thieves A Farmers Lou by Fire HAKRoDsnuna Ky Aug Davenport of Wet Mercer lost his entire crop of wheat traction engine and thresher by fire early Sunday morning Loss S2000 cause of fire unknown Fatally Shot GREEXVILLE Ky Aug 12 Sam who claims to be from Nash ville and Willy Bll of Owensboro quarreled here and Holtom drew a and shot Bell through the stomach inflicting fatal wonnd HtmonvUIe Fair McKiXKEY Ky Aug li Huston ville fair opened Wednesday with a good crowd present Tim stock dis play beyond expectation Only one county Rockcastle has a fair this year V Pr Ilolutt Ileasl Au 17Two whichwas Neutrality Question 17The gustiwould 15John- W Holtom adj vae s Laws iii Poisoned TOMPIINsti ILLS pistol was a4 i DRY GOODS CDr1 PAN y 8 Blew Up the Gate SKKIBYVIIIK Ky Any toll gate on the SheibyviUti and Mulberry turnpike in the northern end of this visited by raiders for this third time Thursday night and with dynamite All the win dows in the keepers house were sbat tered by the exrlosion and the inmates badly frightened A bloodcurdling notice was left warning the keeper not to again collect toll under penalty of death Many Loss Kunriin WIILIAMSBURG Ky Aug 12 There is a heavy log tide in the Cumberland river and more logs are running than were ever known before Several large booms up the river have given way Logs pass here at the rate of over 300 per minute Thousands are passing by which can not be secured The mill man here are profiting by the of thosa up the river and will have their booms filled for the first time in years The Fourth Wont Go Yet LEXINGTON Ky Auk 15 A tele gram from Assistant General Passen ger Agent C B Ryan of the and Ohio road to George W1 Uaruey general agent in the region Sunday night says Movement of 4th Kentucky regiment from Lexington to Jacksonville sus pended by order of secretary of war Third Kentucky Ordered to WASHINGTON Auk 15 Orders were issued by the war department Monday for the Sd Kentucky 5th Illinois and 160th Indiana regiments of volunteers which were gathered at Newport News under orders to proceed to join Gen Miles in Porto Rico to proceed to Lexington Ky as soon as transpcr tation is ready Ioiouiu LOUISVILLE Ky Aug 15 The analysis of the stomach of Richard and Bridget Gavin who died within a half hour of each other a week ago and who were thought to have been poisoned has been finished It showed evidence of ptomaine but none of poison administered by outside parties Gold In Kentucky RICHMOND Ky Aug 13 News reached here Friday that gold had been found between London and on the line between Clay and Laurel counties It is pronounced genuine ore and a sample has been forwarded to New York for analy sis Conscience Contribution From Louisville WASIIIXGTOX Aug 15 The mere tart of the treasury has received a contribution of 5300 in an curvejone postmarked Louisville ICv 13A countywas destroyed t Lexington Ptomaine conscience dos Chesapeake bluegrass Y Manchester rA- Y L A 1 I CENTRAL RECOBD IOUIS IANORAK Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY L vEuv WEEK Dt I TERMS Y Alt INADVANCE 1 SIX MONTHS a ONE THREE 2t FRIDAY August 19 1898 GEX FITZUUGH LEE is a candidate for U S Senator from Virginia IT is believed that many qf our sol diers will be mustered out and sent home while enough will be kept in the service to enforce the terms oi pecce and establish a government over our acquisitions XINKTYEIOHT millions of dollars have been expended on account of the Spanish war and the total expendi tures are estimated at only 150000 uOO while we are issuing 200000001 of bands and collecting many millionh by the new revenue law In fact tot much money is being raised IT is a foregone conclusion that Da vison will be nominated by the convention at Danville and t lively race may be expected between him and Gilbert for congress Every inch of the ground will be contester and the winner will not have a walk GOVERNOR BRADLEY is doing all that can be done to induce a full attend ance at the dedication of the Ken tucky monument at Chickamauga I the people will do as he requests a fit ting manifestation of patriotism wor thy the name of the monument and in ucord with the spirit of Kentuckians will be witnessed on that occasion HLAXCO Captain General of Cuba has resigned being unwilling to su perintend the evacuation of Cuba surrendered to Dewey last Satur day after the Americans began t bombard the city 1 he American flag is now in Havana and all other places which will become American provinces by the peace negotiations 1 he mot tality among the Spanish prisoners at Santiago is so great that it is impossi lIe to bury the dead THE rapid improvement in imple ments of war on land and sea reveah the fact that all wars will last but E short time in the future and that the loss of life will be less and the of property will be greater and bring about the close of a war Our victories in the last war have been so decided that our ships guns and men have won the admiration of the world and Uncle Sam can now put a on his head without fearing that will knock it off THE Teachers Institute closed last Friday after a profitable and enter taming session THE BECOKD is in debted to Prof E W Baker for a statement of the proceedings which appears elsewhere in this issue Sev eral suggestions are made in the but the one proposing County Normals instead of Institutes to be supported out of the Public School fund was certainly adopted withou due thought and deliberation In the first place the public fund can not be appropriated for any purpose except for tuition and these Normals would cost a considerable sum of money suggest the enactment of a law provi ding that experienced educators shall visit the schools and give the most proved methods of teaching in a manner Ve have too much the cry now though much good is being done by the teachers of Garrard coun ty who are far above the average in mental culture and the ladies excel all others in personal beauty IT is claimed that History repeats itself but such was not the case in the last war The historian may search in vain for its parallel in point of duration territory signal victories losses of life and To make a summary of the evil and good results will require many years At present we can only make a rough estimate Put the blood and the money the tears and the suffering on one side of the scales and it appears that nothing can balance them but when we consider the vast amount of valuable information impartedthe per feet unity and harmony brought about between the discordant political and the absolute obliteration of prejudices and bad feeling which has existed between the North and South since the civil war the good that has been done in the name of humanity the opening up of ew channels for the dissemination of civilization and Christianity and the acquisition of valuable territory the s ales change and the good outweighs the eyil effects THE people of our nation should con gratulate themselves and especially their valiant soldiers on a successful termination of hostilities with Spain preliminary steps having been taken last Friday looking to peace negotia tions The war of 112 days duration Las ceased for the present and a Peace Ccmmission consisting of five men representing our nation and five representing Spain will meet and agree fully on the terms of settlement as partially set forth in the document already signed The terms as follows immediate evacuation by Spain of Cuba and Porto Rico The surrender of all sovereignty by Spain over Cuba The cession to the United States of Porto Rico and other Spanish Islands in the West Indies The cession of an Island in the La drones The occupation of Manila city bay o Republican over Manila destruction chi resolutions Wt ape andunequal elements stipulated- are 4 anybody practical property inestimable The an barboif y the United States the settlement by treaty of the disposition of the Philippines This leaves the disposition of the Philippine Islands unsolved and we hope that our commissioners will lay no claim to them further than to re serve a coaling station there The war was not waged for conquest and the acquisition of distant territory is not in keeping with our favored doctrine and established principles Besides this it would cost an immense sum to hold the islands and their products would conflict with some of our home interests Indeed if we should ever exercise sovereignty over Cuba our ugar interests would be destroy ed as it can be raised there at one cent per pound The Manila hemp vould destroy our hemp interest and lie cheap labor of our acquisitions would interfere with our present sys tern of labor Let us view the matter almly and logically and see whether ve have a picnic or an elephant on our hands If the latter turn him loose f the former we will all attend The Rev W B Costley of Stock bridge Ga while attending to his pas toral duties at Ellenwood that state vas attacked by cholera morbus He ays By chance 1 happened to get iiold of a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and I think it was the means of saving my ito It relieved me at once For by R E McRoberts 1m PAINT LICK David Henry is cutting quite a wide swath in society circles nowadays J W Pleas Murray bought 05 from Rockcastle parties this week Lt 3 12 to 4c per pound R N Beazley is rapidly pushing work on his tobacco barn in order to aouse his new tobacco crop C A Fish and John Bolton sold fif teen hundred bushels of wheat to Bu lam Rucker at 58 cents per bushel Hudson Bros of Louisville bought other car load of mules this week at this place making three cars they have purchased here recently Miss Mattie Thompson returned to Lancaster Monday after a weeks pleasant visit to Miss Mary Lear Argo who has been visiting his mother at this place will leave today or his home in Colorado Miss Lucy Francis is expected home today from Danville where she has been a house party given bj the Misses reiser A party of about twelve from here spent a very enjoyable day at Slate Lick Springs Tuesday Dancing was the chief feature of the dayOn last Friday evening the beautiful Ramsey home two miles south of Paint Lick was the scene of a most delight ful entertainment given by the Misses Ramsey and brothers in honor of their visitors Misses Lynia Debiny tad Ora Alexander of Cloverport and Messrs T S Scott and J G Baker of Burksville About fifty guests were present The brilliantly lighted par lors were thrown open and the guests began to arrive at an early hour Soon the parlors and halls were filled to overflowing with beautiful maidens tad gallant beaux vieing with each ther in merrymaking Elegant re reshments were served at the usual nour and the company were treated to some delightful music After which they dispersed to their homes to rest ind pleasantly dream of a delightful time spent in a most delightful man nerMore than twenty million free sam pIes of TeWitts Witch Hazel Salve have been distributed by the manu facturers What better proof of their confidence in its merits do you want It cures piles burns scalds sores in the shortest space of time Stormes Drug Store 1m JUDSON H Barlow sold to Huston Ballard a 120 lb hogs at S3 GO J M Anderson is at home from Frankfort for an indifferent stay Our merchant has brought on a new supply of goods Come and see him Tobacco men report the weed to be growing large and fine better than it has been for years J M Sanders Sr sold to L Crutch field of Jessamine a cow for 520 also an extra calf to Cecil Broaddus at 25 James Judson is confined to his bed by an abcess Sim Delaney lies at the point of death No hope of recovery U entertainedWe Sam Long talking to a young lady who lives near Lancas ter in golden language Wonder who marries next The Sycamore Valley school began the other week with a bright prospect for the best school in the history of the plcae Prof B F Evans is capable of doing noble and efficient work The meeting at this place is a with hopeful signs of a great Already a number have re panted and arose in the strength of Isreals God and in his name the Altar pleading forgiveness and pledging to stop their debauching sinful ways Bros Bottom Robinson and Wilson began a tent meeting here at Barlows store last Saturday a week ago The outlook for a revival here is favorable Already some have expressed a desire to flee the wrath to come These brethren earnestly solicit the attend ance and assistance of all Christians regardless of denomination in the sur rounding community Miss Farris Ham a beautiful and highly accomplished young lady of is visiting in our midst J D Naylor and wife and Robt Long and wife visited Perry Long of Marks bury Miss Jane Middleton her friends a few evenings ago All present had a nice time Miss Ida Burdett of Buena Vista visited her sister Mrs Laura Saturday and Sunday 1 pa ding ale cattle attending couples bunchof success revival fellat Madison entertained CIa J VIC TEACHERS INSTITUTE WEDNESDAY MORNING The Institute was called to order and after a song the further exercises were led by E W Baker Before the beginning of the regular work Miss Mary Mayfield of the Ladies Home Journal was given and presented the merits of her paper The first subject of the day was Spelling was opened by Miss Claudie Arnold who was followed by a number of others presenting ous methods of teaching spelling and also some of the difficulties arising After the close of this subject A F Caldwell presented the subject of Wri ting and was fallowed by B F Brief addresses from these and others brought out the fact that is very much neglected in the schools Prof P W Grinstead of Lexington who was present and made an excellent address at the close of which the Institute extended him a vote of thanks The meeting was then adjourned to meet at 139 p m After the usual opening Mr C D Lewis of Eubanks and representative of various Educational gave a talk emphaszing the fact that every teacher ought to be supplied with one or more firstclass education al journalsComposition was then introduced by Miss Knapp West in a brief but in teresting talk She was followed by Mrs Mary Anderson Mrs Amon and others each one discussing some par ticular phase of the subject The Con ductor then closed the discussion wl a review of the entire Grammar was the next subject and was merely introduced by Miss Mittie Dunn Prof K F Postel followed with a somewhat lengthy discussion setting forth some new ideas as to how to get the pupil to really like to study it After a short recess the subject of Diagraming was briefly presented by A F Caldwell Next the subject of Parsing was taken up and discussed at some length by Miss Allie Dunn Prof Lumley then gave a review of the various subjects under Grammar and showed conclusively that he re garded diagraming as being of little value The Institute then adjourned to meet at 845 Thursday THURSDAY The Institute convened at 915 and was opened with song Bible Reading and prayer the devotional exercises being led by Rev Campbell pastor of the Baptist church The first subject of the day was Dis cipline and was opened by E W in a 10minutes talk after which it was pretty thoroughly discussed by the Institute Summing up the ideas advanced Good order or Discipline is that condition and line of conduct that will enable both teacher and pupils to do the best work possible The subject of Geography was then presented in a very interesting way by Mr Postel Mr Evans and Miss Wor rel also gave some helpful ideas and methods of teaching that difficult branch Prof Lumley closed the sub ject with an address showing that to teach geography successfully one must not confine himself or the pupils to the text book but on the contrary must teach it very largely in a and independent of the text book The Institute then adjourned until 130 THURSDAY VEXING After opening the Institute with song the subject of Mental was merely introduced by Mr lIen drickson and Practical Arithmetic by Miss Ida Duncan after which the Con ductor gave a most practical talk on the subject Following this Miss Lusk the County Supcrintendentgave a talk for the special benefit of trus tees in regard to the late changes made in the Common School Law The subject of History was very briefly introducad by Mrs Gulley who was followed by short talks from of the teachers and also by a final exposition of the subject by Lumley Prof Lumleys address sug gested the propriety or impropriety of teaching all the history of our coun good and bad The differ ence of opinion among the teachers caused the most animated discussion of the week some holding that only the good should be given the others that lIe have imparted to him a full good and bad The whole discussion did not destroy the truth of the saying that A man con vinced against his will is of the same opinion still and hence the Institute adjourned to meet again Friday FRIDAY After opening with the usual song service Bible reading and prayer were led by Prof B S Gowen The first subject for discussion was Civil Government and was presented by Mr Postel of Sandusky Ohio in a very plain and practical way He was followed by Prof Lumley in his usual ly interesting manner Next the subject of School came up for discussion and began in a very promiscuous way quite a va riety of opinions and methods being given as to how to manage the school A short recess was taken and then Mr Wilford Caulkins of Chattanooga Tenn took up the subject and made a very interesting and instructive ad dress In fact one of the very best of the entire week At the close of Mr Caulkins address Miss Virgie Worrel introduced a prop osition in regard to Normal schools and certificates She was by Miss Amanda Anderson j and also by Mr C D Lewis After some desulto ry and ineffective crossfiring which lasted until the noon hour Institute until 130 p m After opening the Institute with mu Mr Canlkins offered a nice book to the first one who would correctly the following question Is unconstitutional for the President ana Vice President of the United States to be residents of the same R Ii fN ifj devotional representative the ioor an Province writing 1sUbj Ct Baker generalway p m Arithmetic several Pro tryboth childand historyboth morning Management followed adjourned sic fi van periodicals answer s I State A P Caldwell won the prize Prof Lumley next gave a brief but practical talk on the subject of Physi olgy and Higiene which completed the program of the week On motion of Miss Anderson a unan Supt Miss Lusk for the faithful j sful work during the week Next in order was the report of the Committee on Resolutions After the reading of the resolutions on motion of E W Baker it was agreed they should be taken up discussed and passei upon separately Following are those adopted First Whereas Mr H R Postel and P W Grinstead have given to the In stitute information on the methods of teaching which we deem of the value Resolved That the special thanks of the Institute are hereby tendered them and resolved further that our thanks are also extended to Prof Lum ley for his ready able and efficient service as our Instructor Second Whereas The inequality cf beginning the schools throughout the county rise to some dissatis faction Resolved That the trustees and teachers and County Superinten dent are hereby requested to make an effort to have all the schools begin at the same time and also that the teach ers Institute be held during the week before the opening of the schools Third Whereas we the teachers in Garrard county believe that we would derive more benefit from County Nor mals than from the county Institute as established by the present law of KentuckyResolved 1st That the present law ought to be so amended that County Normals will be substituted for 2nd That the County Institutes ought not to be dispensed with unless the County Normals be substituted in their place 3rd That the said Normals should be held for not less than ten days and that the expenses be pail out of the Common School Fund 4th Resolved That county certifi cates ought to be abolished and only State certificates be issued by State authorities Also that we in every way possible urge and assist our and Senators in securing this legislation- We also urge the teachers of other counties and all others interested to aid in securing the passage of such a law and we appeal especially to our own Superintendent Miss Elisa Lusk for her aid and empower her to call upon any or all of us for our coope ration in this direction After the adoption of the resolutions Prof Lamley gave a very pleasant talk after which the Institute closed by singing My Country tis of Thee INSTITUTE SPARKS The two young men from Wallace ton without doubt the most handsome in the whole lot were at first so care ful of their health as to be afraid to come out through the rain to the Insti tute but be it said to their credit that before it closed they not only were but were decidedly very much interested in quite a number of the teachers individually- One of the lady teachers who since last year has doubled a mans expen ses and her responsibilities became so deeply interested in the work of the institute that she actually failed to answer at roll call and afterward con fessed to the secretary that she had actually forgotten her name for the time being At one time during the session two of our oldest teachers of opposite sex and both still enjoying single edness passed such compliments upon each others ability and they were received so gracefully that Prof Luniley found it advisable to refer to them as bouquets in order to pro ceed the real discussion Now we dont blame any young singlelady teacher for taking advantage of any opportunity that presents even a pos sibility of a chance to better her way of making a living and enjoying life we do think that B F Evans ought to know better than to shy his bouquets during Institute One of the lady teachers was heard to make the complaint After the la marry they still dont think that is at all hope that when this good woman enters doubleblessedness she will not have to find out what some of the others have viz A man sometimes wants a teacher for a wife in order that she may teach help him to make a living Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale of any Salve in the world This fact and its merit has led dishon est people to attempt to counterfeit it Look out for the man who attempts to deceive you when you call for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure Stormes Drug Store 1m I VfL J JJII q imous vote of thanks was extended to and- S cc highest has givea County Institutea Representatives own keep- on teachingI DeWitts McCPEARY Elder Bailey the pastor of Antioci church is holding a series of meetings at that church with goad results Miss Etta Stone of Madison spent last week with relatives here Miss Addie Cummins of Preachersville is the pleasant guest of Miss Minnie Pherigo Miss Bertha Burnside of Lancaster spent part of this week with Miss Jennie Gulley Miss West and Mr Chas Overly of Paint Lick were the guests of Miss Minnie Wearen last week Miss Ellene lii att of IHattsville has been visiting Mrs E Austin Miss Mattie Shiflet of Richmond and Miss Rebecca Clark were entertained by Miss Sallie Nave last week Miss Nannie Gaines of your city visited Miss Anna Yantis Miss Addie Burnside has been the guest of Misses Minnie and B ssie Ar nold Mr and Mrs Kirby Grimes of Kirksyille visited Mr and Mrs Davis Sutton the latter part of last week L T Bradshaw has returned from Crab Orchard Springs Mrs J H Walker is much improved after spend ing a week at Crab Orchard Springs Little Coleman Hardin celebrated his birthday Monday by entertaining a few relatives and friends at a dining Mrs P W Dunn of Lincoln is the guest of her daughter Miss Susie SandidgeWe used Chamberlains Cough Remedy in our home for many years and bear cheerful testimony to its val ue as medicine which should be in every family In coughs and colds we found it to be efficacious and in croup and hooping cough in children we deem it indispensable II P Hitter 4127 Fairflax ave St Louis Mo For sale by R E McRoberts 1m BUCKEYE Joseph Simpson bought of Linzey Ray a 700 lb steer for 25 W B Burton sold to W B Ray a pair of mules at S150 Protracted meeting begins at this place 2nd Sunday in September Our teacher Mrs L Harris has had to dismiss her school on account of sickness Her many friends hope she will soon be out again Miss Lillie Sutton of Marksbury was the pleasant guest of Miss Sallie B Ray several days last week Misses Myrtle Hendren and Susie Long of Madison were with Jones Saturday and Sunday In fact Buck eye has had so many charming visitors within the last week that our little village seems now almost deserted Rev J C Mays of Georgia now at Louisville preached a very interesting sermon here Sunday afternoon and is this week canvassing the neighbor hood with a variety of good books which for a small sum any one can place in their homes valuable reading matter besides helping the young stu dent on his way The Eest Remedy for Flux Mr John Mathias a well known stock dealer o Pulaski Ky says suffering for over a week with flux and my physician roving failed to re lieve me I was advised to try Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and have the pleasure of that the half of one bottle cured me For sale by R E McRoberts 1m BURDETT KNOB The protracted meeting closed at ML Hebron Sunday night with seven additions Mr H M Kuklman was thrown from hi horse last Sunday night The horse kicking him in the face inflsct ing a very painful wound Miss Nannie Ball visited friends and relatives in Jessamine last week and attended the meeting at Wilmore Miss Marie Dunn who is teaching Paint Lick visited her parents last week and attended the institute at Lancaster Miss Christine Moakes after a pleasant visit to Miss Fannie Thomas returned to her home in Crab Orchard Sunday Mrs Emma Dunn and children of Burgin and Mrs Bessie Scott of visited Mr Por ter Dunn and family last week Mr Russel Owens visited in Jessamine last Saturday and Sunday Mr G W Chappelland Mr Frank Adams of Lincoln visited the family of Mr Jas Thomas last Saturday and Sunday iIiIir rJIIr T lIti1 Myrtle Miss Hattie Chamberlains stating schoolat Bryant ville After 4 School Planters CUBAN OIL cures Cuts Burns Bruises Rheu matism and Sores Price 25 centsJ Booksrr McEoberts Drug Store Old books taken in exchange KENTUCKY BURNSIDE KY 3rd SESSION BEGINS SEPT 8th Full Faculty of five Experienced teachers All College graduates Enrollment last year 105 Excellent Courses offered in Latin Greek German French English Mathematics Science History Music Ora tory and Physical Culture TERMS moderate BOARDING DE PARTMENT all that could be wished lor Comfort and Convenience particulars and catalogue address the Principal JAME DOtLEY A A WIr ItYJJl 1 lilIrJl For C t J f r f 5 I Bt lN t tt tx Red Hot THIS WEIEIK Do not fail to give them a call for no one can not duplicate their prices are a few prices for this week Star scrubbing lye 4c per box Best lump starch 4c per lb Ivory soap 4c a cake Clothes pins Ic a doz Every thing else as cheap in proportion BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO L EPH P BROWN MGR rillard Jno BStcut Stationery Paints Oils Etc DANVILLE KENTUCKY 4 Yo 1 JiVI 1 i LSo nr Gra o 4 andwill Following i ir Lillard JJ LE A 0 I N G D RUG GIS T S r 1 tap i i t Yl lg w- v Bargains It The Blue Grocary II l II it c1 I1 t S A- oooooooooc ooooo ooq EW Sot H n c 4 c00000oco ooo xooo4 ORGANIZED 1883 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK LANCASTER FT Capital Surplus Fund 100000 15000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed J M HIQQINBOTHAM President LEWIS Y LrxviLL VicePreaident B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGXBY Assistant WALKKB Bookkeeper DIRECTORS J M HlGBINBOTHAK LEWIS Y LE ATBLL JSJOHNSON TM ARNOLD H C ARNOLD JR B F HUDSON ALEX GIBBS J j WALKER JACOB Y ROBINSON Cashr- C D NATIONAL BANK sZ93 THE THE SUPERIOR II FIRE ail LIFE INSURANCE SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO OF NEW YORK Robinson Igtsi Office ovei Post Office 3 B KENTUCKY BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth tilled and extracted with out pain Crown and a specialty Office over J R Haseldenr hardware store next to Court Rouse Lanca ter Ky Bring us Hamilton L CST WS fA t j Bridge- Work your Job Printing CAPITAL 20000000 OF SURPLUS 6500000 J l LANCASTER KY A R DENNY President JNO E STORMES Vice President CashierWHo H KINNAIRD SCDKNNY Assistant Cashr J F ROBINSON JB Bookkeeper R T EMBBY Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson- J no E Stormes Saml D Cochran I Steel Frame DrillIn offering the Superior Disc Grain Drll to the farmers of Garrard county we do not offer them an experiment but a SUCCESSFUL RE ALITY Our Drill has been on the market two seasons and we have made improvements over the last two years that cannot be beaten NEW OIL CUPS IN DISC and a large single Steel Drag Bar The simplest drill on the market A great many have been sold and every one has given perfect satisfatction It is the ORIGINAL and only per fect Disc Drill made BEWARE OF IMITATIONS The Superior will do perfect work in CORN STALKS or TRASHY LAND and can be put into the hardest ground If you wane the best Disc Drill made buy the Superior G S GAINES Agt Lancaster Ky Disc I PLEASE REMEMBER I again appeal to those 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 Skin Diseases For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter salt rheum 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 i chapped hands chronic sore eyes granulated lids Dr C ittai P wen for horses are the best tonic blood purifier andvennifagft Price 35c tB RE McRoberts Druggists Lancaster f itching scald head sore itching and r 7 piles 2i b I f s r- w Many economize It as much as they do the Almighty Dollar WE ARE SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED Toll waved 1O Tiroes OVerSome of our 12 1350 1500 and 1650 Suits now for 1 0 NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH BARGAINS BE OFFERED Fine Straw Hats 50c on 100 Negligee Shirts Stacy Adams Fine Shoes Suits made to order in Danville COME AND SEE OUR SUITINCS AND WORK J L Frohman Co Telephone 136 Danville Ky TI ft 1ij4 t4 b jS Vii1r liT t iJfr brr l I P4J IrM V t orr 7 A l U i8l i c SHOPj F G THE GLOBE TRUTH IS THE MOST THING WE HAVE i 4 rJW CT EAN2NGL3NZ7 rSS2N Always this time of the desire is to get rid o in line whether cost or not m gains will GREATER THAN EVER MJRS Moornr HAKX ETV L always reap a great benefit This time my bar millinery i tiPOlYDEE2- FIILCLEJVVG SLE 0customers i CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY August 19 1898 PERSONAL G S Gaines made a business trip to Eanville Monday IL II Butson is in the cities fall goods Willie West has accepted a position with K II Batson Mr T J Hatcher has been on the sick list for several days lIon Bob Harding and wife of were here Tuesday Misses Sallie and Lil Noel of Dan ville were here Saturday Misses Wyatt of Lexington are guests of Mr D K Best Miss Fannie Wallace is the guest of her aunt Mrs Joe Robinson Misses Rout and Ella Dunn attended the Institute Fridays Miss Carrie Curtley of Louisville s the guest of Mrs II Jennings Littleton Rice of Richmond is vU iting Bessie Batson Danville Ave Mr Argo and wife of Danville were guests of Mrs Frisbie Wednesday Mr John Shea the enterprising tailor is in New York buying goods Miss Bettic Broom of Miss is the charming guest of Miss Eudoxie Moss Mrs Geo Farris has returned home after a weeks stay in Crab Orchard Mr W II Bush of St Louis is with his father Dr W N Bush this city Miss Mary Gray of Mace Indiana is visiting her cousin Mrs Kitty Waites Mr and Mrs J Mount of Lagrange are visiting in Lancaster and vicinity J Randolph Harris left this week for Arkansas after a two weeks visit Miss Rate Henry has returned from a visit to Mrs J E Carson of Crab OrchardElder Jesse Walden and Lady have returned from a pleasant visit to lIar rodsburg Miss Mattie Buchanan of Campbell ville is visiting her sister M rs J II IklcMnrtry Miss Alice Arnold of Richmond is the guest of Miss Lucy Arnold on Dan ville street Mr Henry Boyle and wife of are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs R Boyle Tom Eason the popular Cincinnati Crab i Orchard Springs5 v Ji VVAWWW WW V VXV t EXHILARATING RESTFUL MUSIC AMUSEMENTS GOOD LIVING For terms address Hofmann Propr i 3 j 3 U 1 J 2 I 5 3 5 5 5 040000040046000oo J purchasing Danville he o Mary 1J Cincinnati J J J Jc r r COOL Qj roS K Gus r r o0bobo0oo4od t OOOPOOOOr000000400004000000040 I t a i r i NOW OPEN Z c I 3 t s- L M w Southern mail clerk was with his Saturday Miss Jennie Kavanaugh of Upper Garrard spent last week with Mrs Geo D Robinson Messrs Jordan and Young of Nicho latville spent the former part of the week in our city Corporal H B Robinson of the 2nd Kentucky who is at home on a ur louyh is sick of fever Mr Georje Dunn and Miss Alice Baughman of Danville were in the city Sunday afternoon Col John W Miller has returned home after an extended Northern tour with his fine race mare JohnF Lear has returned from a much improved in health Misses Beula Grimes and Sallie L Myers returned home Saturday from a pleasant visit to Perry ville Geo D Lush who is now located at Murphy Anderson county was at home a few days this week Mr Saulley Hughes and Mss Olivia Sweeney were Miss Annie Francis guests at Paint Lick Sunday Gen D R Colliir Judge W E Wai ker and Jas I Hamiltonwere in a few days this week Miss Bessie Patten who has been spending several days with Mrs Edd Price returned home Saturday Lizzie Montgomery of Mitch elsburp Walker of Perryville are guests of Mrs Della Arnold Lieutenant Dllon of the Fourth Ky Regiment visited his grand Capt Boston Dillon this week Mesdames Theo Carrey and J C Hemphill have returned from a visit to Mrs Fisher Gaines of Danville Miss Josie Stevens of Crab Orchard who has been the charming guest of Miss Annie Austin has returned home Rev T H Campbell will take a of several weeks visiting his mother and other relatives in Virginia Mrs J L Eastman of Columbus 0 has returned home after an extended visit to Mr and Mrs Wm II Kin naird Mrs S B Henry and daughter Miss Eettie and Miss Florence Harris spent Monday with Mrs J W Proctor of Danville Mr J J Sweeney and daughter Mrs J B Collier are visiting Mr Wm Jones and family Pine Grove Clark county Misses Lizzie and Bruce Pumphrey have returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Wilmore Lexington and Nicholasville Mr C C Umber and daughter of Oklahoma and Mr Henry Fish of Mt Vernon Ky are guests of W A and family Eder W P Walden wife and babe Mary Brewer after a pleasant visit to Lancaster have returned to their home in Bloomfield Ky Miss Mary L Grimes is at Crab OrC ard Springs this week from there will go to Lexington to visit her aunt Mrs W H Bright of West 4th St Josh Sutton of Chicamauga came home on a furlough Monday having recovered sufficiently to make the trip after a severe spell of meazlcs Lytle Royston of St Louis Mo has returned home after to at Marksbury and Paint Lick the first trip to Ky for 18 years Lieutenant John M Farra is at home from Chicamauga on a ten days furlough JJe is looking remark ably well and is full of patriotism I Imother e lts visit to Orchard Springs Lexington Mists father vacation avisit relatives Crb earl near Arnold rmlav h r John Anderson gave a hay ride Wed nesday night Mrs Moody Hardin has sold raTiinary goods to Miss Sallie Mrs D M Lackey handsomely entertained Friday evening in honor I Miss Louise Kauffmans guests Shickelford and Greenleaf of Rich Mr John Chism of Friars Point Miss and Mrs Tom Dunn of Danville down from Crab Orchard last week to visit Mr T B Robinson aud family Mrs S D Rothwell of Dripping Springs was here one day last week She was accompanied by Miss Duce of Stan ors who is spending several days at the Springs Misses Darcas Leavcll Jennie Hig gins and Fannie Francis three prom icing young school teachers of Upper Garrard visited Mrs A W Kavanaugh last week and attended the institute The Middlesborough News says Henry Sandifer son of J P Sandifer formerly of this city but now of Cov ington is the latest Idlesboroughian heard of to yo in the volunteer Henry is with an Ohio cavalry ny and is now in camp at Knoxville Judge J C Hemphill called county clerk Duncan to the telephone office stating that a party in Stanford to talk with him Mr Duncan said that he could not hear over the wires but on being told that lIon R C Warren was the party he went and heard it distinctly saying that he could have heard him as well without a telephone The impromptu hop given by the young men of Lancaster at the Masonic Hall Monday evening was the most enjoyable of the season The young ladies never looked lovlier and we venture to say that a prattier lot never assembled than tripped the light fantastic on this occasion Following is a list of those present Misses Mary Miller Carrie Currey Julia Mae and Nannie Gaines Maggie Tomlinson Mariannie Wilmore and Mary Welch of Nicholasville Lena Gordon Tillett Nell Marrs May Hughes Mattie El kin Nannee Harris Sadie of Richmojd Rella and Allie Arnold ant the hisses Wyatt of Lexington Mr Will Elkin and wife of Atlanta Georgia R Kinnaird and wife lIes daues Jno E Stormes and O F Til let Messrs Charlie and Fred Frisbie John and Ed Doty Marksbury Kin naird Shugars Batson Kirby Beazley Iladen of Lexington Bon Herndon Joe Haselden Louis Willie and Charlie West One Minute Cough Cure surprises people by its quick cures and children may take it in large quantities the least danger It has won for itseli the best reputation of any used today for colds tickling in the throat or obstinate coughs Stormes Drug Store 1m HOW mood carat army comp wanted gallant SWin broad without preparation croup Iil a BalB lr FrIll h No bliss T Sprin Roughen cl an r7 Call at my store and we will explain Talk about cheap goods when you buy of me you know you buy best We allow no one to undersell us on same grade of goods If we lend money we want Interest If we ex change goods for dollars we small margin Buy of us and get pure groceries DO NOT RUN AFTER THE CHEAP JOHNNIES Call Hi Enjoy a Rant Chat Pleased to you NO WORRY HERE H M BALtOJJ I very the tennis see 1 y u r d+ Several negroes were before Judge Brown Tuesday for fighting on B ittle Row The Ju Ige gave each of them a fine of 10 and cost Unusually low excursion rate to Cin cinnati Queen Crescent Route to G A R Encampment Sept 510 Tickets September eta to 9th Care makes luck Farmers always will have good luck with their hogs when fed Dr Hans Hog Remedy the only reliable menicine for swine Thousands of testimonials from breeders and feeders For sale by J M Iligjrinbotham 1m 150000 bushels of wheat delivered at our warehouse Highest cash price paid on delivery Bst lump and block Pittsburg coal 9c Salt Lime Sand Cement and farming implements C C GIAS Bro Camp Nelson Ky Hold Your Orders I will be hotter equipped than ever in the Fall to sell you a suit of clothes at the lowest prices a perfect fit I will have Sam ples from best houses in Louisville Chicago Philadelphia and Buffalo Look before buying M D Hughes Agent Successful Sleeting Rev J A D Corbert of Tennessee who went to Mt Hebron several weeks ago to visit friends by request held a fifteen days meeting assisted by G W Thompson They report good excellent crowds and seven additions The choir was conducted by E D Miss Ella Bourne 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 Suitj cr at Hubble The Christain church at Hubble will give a supper at rights shoolhouse on Friday night Aug 2G for the bene fit of the church The charges will be 25 cents fora good meal All are invited to be present and enjoy oc casion Mrs Engleman Harris The choice of ones friends has much to do with ones lie Be friendly with all as far as possible and above all avoid seeming to feel above others but habitual association with people of questionable habits and law moral tone can only bring handships to any young man who allows himself to drift into society Ex Remarkable but True Uncle Lear will be 92 years old in November and reads spectacles He can thread the smallest needle and he can hit a ten cent piece ten paces away nine times out of ten with a rifle His general health is good this fact being proved by the splendid garden which he with his own hands this year His talks of olden times are very Narrow Escape The horse driven by Misses Amie Davison little Theo Hemphill Irene Romans began kicking on public square in front of Stormes drug store Wednesdoy morning and started down Danville pike Miss Davidson ed to hold to the horse also the little ones in the pheaton until Mr Booth Thompson who wes near by caught the horse glad to say no one was hurt Prohibition Convention As per announcement in the columns of this paper the Prohibitionists of this the 8th congressional district convention in Nicholasville on last Monday the 15th at which our countyman Mr O T Wallace was j elected permanent chairman of the meeting and Mr O T Soper of Jes samine secretary who were continued as the permanent officers of the Committee Resolutions were adopted and Col W H Zeigler of i Jessamine county was nominated the parties candidate for congress at the approaching November election and fuller proceedings will appear in next weeks issue We un flerstand that CoL Zaigler will make a thorough canvass of the entire dis trio and will doubtless challenge the m other candidates for joint discussion u i e l s leading anted guaranteeing be- havIOr Lawsonorganist only th E Claybourne without cultivated entertaining a District C t cza mansg W care held l t Resolutions t- y ii y yrYnw Smoke Proctor Knott cigars and bz happy Th J Jessamine Journal says A clever swindling scheme is being worked by a pair of smart fellows in various parts of the country Oae goes through the country on a good bicycle and wheu he strikes a lively town he claims to be hard up and offers to sell the wheel cheap to get some money Farmers boys admire bicycles and bite readily paying a small price for a firstclass wheel After a few days the other sharper turns up and claims to be for a man who stole his wheel lie describes it well giving the number and the owner has to part with it The sharpers raise from twenty to for ty dollars a trip and start to greener field lroiierity Every indication points to a season of national and local prosperity Our exports for the last Fiscal jear yield ed a much larger sum than for several jears past and the proclamation of peace will add new territory and stim ulate business generally An era of prosperity and improvement is espec tally noticeable in this city sad vicini ty Dr J B and R Kinnaird W J Romans Dr H C Herring and others are building pavements in with orders issued by the city fathers Messrs Ponce and Greening of Stan ford are preparing to burn a brick kiln near town which indicates clear ly that some of our burnt districts are to be rebuilt There is also talk of a tobacco manufactory and it is not that such things should occur when much capital will be thrown on the market when our banks reduce their capital stack and it will not be allowed to remain inactive while a good investment can bi made at home no one being willing to try boomed towns again It is estimated that cap ital invested in the Opera House or in the Miller squire would surely yield 10 per cent and it is a mystery why buildings have not been erected some time ago Jhrift and prosperity were enjoyed by those who owned buildings on those lots before they were destroyed by fire MARKSBURY List Saturday evening a number of young people stormed Miss Sallie Her ring in honor of her guest Miss Georgia Henry The boys gave a treat of water melons and the evening pass ed off pleasantly Last Sunday was quite an unlucky day to Mr W Boie Oa his way from Danville his buggy wheels lock el and caught fire after remeding that his horse lost a shoe and he was to call on a blacksmith to have it replaced in taking the horse from the buggy he broke a shaft after some delay Mr Bogie was thank ul to ar rive at home without any further ac cident Joshua Sutton of Co L 2nd Ky Regiment is at home quite sick with measels Miss Georgie Henry of Lan caster is visiting Miss Sallie Herring Miss Annie Stout of Danville visited Miss Georgia Dunn last week Mr J L Royston a prominent druggist of St Louis is the guest of sister Mrs W T Dunn Miss McCartey of Jessa mine is visiting Miss Jennie Pollard is spending a week at Crab Orchard Miss Sutton has returned from a vistit to Miss Sallie Ray at McCreary You invite disappointment when you experiment DeWitts Little Early Ri sers are pleasant easy thorough little pills They cure constipation and sick headache just as sura as you take them Stormes Drug Store 1m Lenin out for looking comp ance unlikely bloc H J I your wheels r compelled hit PlanterNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep sia Constipation and Indi j WH LACKEY Successor to Lackey Gulley FirstClas HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION MEN gestion Regulates the Liter Price Z5 eta oooooo oooooeo LK Ii I I IT- OT m 0110 tl llVRY TAE t A INR GOING DOWN HILL People suffering from Kidney feel a gradual but steady loss of vitality They should lose no We have received an and give a ticket with each purchase of goods A certain number of these tickets entitles you to A OF fREE CALL AND LET US EXPLAIN Diseases strengthand KidneyCure SOW TABLEW ARE FREE ELEGANT LINE OP SILVERVIARE SLVRWE J W SllltfPPPi Y t- aI I SLU PIE alT1VJ nLtaiFfC1 r ht r tI LJ trAMERICAS Field Fencing- A fence that always keeps its shape because its built that way Nothing but large heavily galvanized made of best steel i struction ame in all the so made turns all kinds of stock and leaves the si cc unharmed while the fence stands strung and sturdy p TIllS makes an ad justable fence and prc vents stay wires from bending THAT makes as tight a ice in summer as in r nntl preventsstay wire f kjlMJS om being displaced Theres no fence that excels and few if any as good Manufactured by CAM STEEL CO PITTSBURG PA Robinson Lancaster size wire C sscmet sed in its con different styles 1 jjU pimp win wn JiNO WinE BY hingejoint FOR SALE 0 CORSETS 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 SVIXEBROAD C C J E ROBINSON K R S ALL IVO75N SiicwH know tJrai OM Ttmu tatti lj I I 1- I t ii j S the best for TmMss Corrects Irrejrolartties in ieni e orcans MiouZd l o taken for Cfc irs ci Life and bore CiirjClriS flswers l l Tine Kcne iS have Etuoii the cost for twenty years For sale by R E I Is th0 all DF t o l ss McRo erts Lancaster race tnsony New enrerSiedraeCo Chat JUST AUTTLE EWER 1 TItAN r TIiE6EST c 1 1 i 5 and wife should know about the pre paration that for half a century has been helping expectant mothers bring little ones into the world without dajxger and the hundred and one r EVERY BRIDE discomforts and distractions incident to childbirth It is applied externally which is the only way to get relief Medicines taken internally will not help and may result in harm II Mothers Friend fits and prepares every organ muscle and part of the body for the critical hour It robs childbirth of its tortures and pains Babys coming is made quick and easy Its action is doubly bene if used during the whole y period of pregnancy 1 per bottle at all drug stores or sent by mail on receipt of price BOOKS FREE containing valuable infor mation to all women will be sent to any address upon application by The Bradfield Regulator Co Atlanta Ga FARM AND STOCK NOTES If the raising of sheep and cattle is to be made really profitable it is nec essary that they be handled more sys tematically than has been done by the majority of farmers- A stubborn cough or tickling in the throat yields to One minute Cough Cure Harmless in effect touches the rght spot reliable and just what is want2d It acts at once Stormes 1m A good field of corn fodder helps to make one somewhat independent of drouthstricken fall pastures It is a good thing to have ready to fall back upon in a good many emergencies of stock feeding Large flocks of sheep do not pay so well relatively as smaller ones frequently overstock themselves with sheep and then complain that they do not pay They will not thrive and this is a primary cause cf disease In handling a young horse work on both sides of him Whenever he is un easy at any part of the process of har nessing try to remove his fear before going further Teach him all the time that while he must submit to your there is no danger of injury for him to fear When you call for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure dont accept anything else Dont be talked into accepting a substitute for piles for sores for burns Stormes Drug Store 1m The supply of American horses for foreign cavalry service during the last year took 70000 horses from this coun try and the requirements of the Unit ed States army are now for about 40 000 Neither of these demands are at all likelp to diminish and the armies of Europe will certainly take many more if a larger number suitable for their service is raised Alex Gibbs bought of J C Eubanks thirtysix 1000pound cattle at 4c to go August 1st Lynn sold a carload of 710 Ib heifers at Lexington Saturday at 3 8lc FP Bishop sold to E P Woods 10 spring calves at 14 and bought of Josiah Bishop a bunch at Lynn Wood shipped to Cincinnati Tuesday 240 lambs and wethers which they bought recently at 2 c for the wethers and i l2c for the lambs In tenor Journal BOYLE ITEMS E P Faulconer will have another horse sale in January Dick Cobb Jr bought of W and Luther Underwood thirtyfive yearling cattle to go October 15th at four cts Gorge F Anderson sold to Ike Dunn fifty ewes at S3 50 and to Robe Stephens fifty at the Brme price Scott Hudson with o Louise Mi took a heat from the great Kelley in the 220 trot at Terre Haute Friday He made it in 213 and got sicjnd money 500 Kelley got next three heats in 213 34 21521314 There was a fair crowd in town to day but it was rather a dull court There were very few cattle on the market The best lot was a bunch of 700 to 800 pound steers sold by J C Johnson to M J Farris at 3 12c W E and Thomas Baughman have bought of the other heirs the old Baughman home place on the new Lancaster road at S40 per acre The farm contains 325 acres Mr Tom Baughman will care for the place W E remaining in town with the Hard ware Company Mr and Mrs John Biughman nowli ving on the place will also move to 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 was under his care for a week At this time the child had been sick lor about ten days and was having about twentjfive operations oi the bowls every twelve hours and we were convinced that unless it soon ob tamed relief it would not live Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Iemedy was recommended and I de cided to try it I soon noticed a change for the better by its continued s complete cure was brought about and is now perfectly C L Boggp Stumptown Co W Vt sale by B E McRoberte ficial ioCoO 0 0 01 0 0 0 00000000000 0 a I au 00000 o o o o 1 Farmers ifcrowded r ofsheep 3 IL 11 townAdvocate Chamberlains h for r W DrugStore lb i S th S S r use- it 5 tin- KENT Cy CROP REPORT ltfan o Grope gad lAn Stock Aug- HSt lit 1S9S For the August report are received from 152 correspondents representing 103 counties Threshing his progressed favorably throughout the wheat belt during July and the result in the various States maybe epitomized as follows Ohio has a fair yield of wheat of a good quality Michigan the yield and qual are both excellent Indiana has a yield with quality good Illi nois with the exception of the south ern section and a few counties in the northeast the yield and quality both poor Wisconsin the yield both satis factory Iowa the yield and quality both better than was anticipated one month ago Nebraska the crop varies widely in the several sections of the State and will average rather below than above the medium as to yield Kansas and Missouri the crop failed to come to the very poor prospects of July 1st Much of the acreage re mained uncut and of that which was harvested a large per cent proved un merchantableSpring prospects have improv ed inasmuch as the threatened injury from rust did not occur to the extent anticipatedIn the month of July has been favorable to threshing with the exception of the last week of the month when frequent showers put a stop to further progress Much less than the usual amount has been to date due to farmers having their crop in stack jnd preferring to hold it in J that form The question has yield equalled expectations resulted in 76 replies in the affirmative and 07 in the negative In 1897 the same question elicted 100 answers in the affirmative and 11 in the negative To the question on quality 04 corres pondents set it down as good 59 as average and 18 report it bad In IS97 110 correspondents reported good 5 an average and no re ports of bad quality were reseived On the subject of free marketing of the crop 18 correspondents say it is being sold as threshed and 124 say it is being held for higher prices The average price for No 2 wheat August 1st was GSc In 1897 the price at the same data GGc CORN The corn crop as a whole presents satisfactory condition Portions of the State embracing the entire counties of Carroll Trimble Kenton Campbell Grant and Bracken in the cantral section with portions of the counties of Muhlenberg Meade and Breckinridge in the western and Pulaski and Laurel in the eastern sec tion suffered serious injury from drouth which was not relieved until July 2028 Much of the injury will be permanent and the crop of these coun ties will ba short percentage running as low as 40 in Bracken 50 in Kenton 53 in Campbell county- In the western section in addition to the injury from drouth in Breckin ridge Muhlenberg and Meade coun ties a section composed of the coun ties of Todd Webster and Crittenden have suffered from an excess of mois ture Some damage from chich bug is also reported from this section No very low percentage of condition is re ported frem the western section The condition for the State 97 which is an improvement of point during July On August 1st 1S97 the condition was 93 and on same date of 1896 the condition was 85 In the three subdivisions of the State the condition averages OS for the central and 100 for the eastern The condition improved materially during the month in the western section while it appears to have fallen off slightly in the central In the eastern section the condition remains exactly as reported July 1st TOBACCO Tobacco has not fared well during July The wide difference in the of the early and late set was reaccentuated during the month and it now appears that a very little of the late setting can be counted up on to make either a good yield or a good quality of the article So are reports on these points that it may be set down as assured that the anticipated large crop will not be realized The increase in acreage which was estimated at 23 per cent compared a acreage acreage of 1897 was abnormally small In the central or Burley district increase was notably small 9 per cent The largest increase 30 per cent be ing reported from the eastern section where but a small propotion of the crop is grown greatly strengthens this view of the case The crop shows an average condit ion of 83 for the State which is a fall ing off of 9 points during July August 1st 1897 the condition was 01 and for a corresponding date of 189G it 87PASTURES AND LIVESTOCK Pastures are good with the of a portion of the central section where it has been too dry however the condition averages 99 In the western section the condition ed with average years is 101 Live Stock are thrifty as a rule The only disease noted outside of a normal num ber of reports of hog cholera is pink eye among cattle in Carlisle county LUCAS MOORE Commissioner of Agriculture 4 Dangerous Drinking Water Death lurks in impure Water It breeds diseases in epidemic form The first symptom is looseness of the bowels These diseases are checked by taking Foleys Colic Cure 1m 3 itv light U I quality a- very Gallatin land condition tobacco pronounced giventhe- e exception compar often I WHEAT threshed on C Planter CUBAN BELIEF cures Colic Neuralgia and Toothache in five minutes Sour Stomach and Summer Complaint Price 25 CentsI Scrofula aVile Inheritance is the most obstinate ofblood troubles and is often result of an inherited taint in the blood S S the only remedy ihich goes deep enough to reach Scrofula it forces out every trace of the disease and cures the worst cases My son Charlie was afflicted from Infancy with Scrofula and he suffered so that it was impossible to dress him for three years His head and body were a mass of sores and his eyesight also became f affected No treatment was spared that we relieve V until his condition was indeed I had almost despaired of his ever when V ive him S S 8 H v Swifts Ade cided improvement was the result and after he taken a no one who knew of his former dreadful condition would have recognized him All the sores on hIs body his skin is perfectly clear smooth and he has been to perfect health MRS S S MABRY SCO Elm St Macon Ga For real blood troubles it is a waste of time to expect a cure from the Blood diseases are beyond their skill Swifts Specific he Sis the advice of a friend c jf doctors th w im but he wors 4 r- y i e ave 1555 or The Blood I reaches all deepseated cases which other remedies have no the blood remedy guaranteed purely vegetable and contains no pot mercury or other mineral Books mailed free to any address by Swift Specific Co Atlanta SWEENEY O B Perkins sold to G H Hender son one calf for 23 also one cow and calf to Jim Bowrins for 31 The county road is being worked this week by some of our most young men Miss Laura Smith and Miss Sallie Tillett of Lancaster were the guests of Mrs J L McCarley Thursday Misses Dixie Kempdr of Marksbury and Sadie Menzies of Louisiana have returned to Marksbury after a visit to friends in this vicinity Miss Helen Province left Thursday for Missouri where she will make her fu ture home much to the regret of her many friends here A D Henderson of Wallace ton and A F Caldwell of Cartersville visited friends here last week and attended the Institute at LancasterTruth well People have learned that DeWitts Little Early Risers are reliable little pills for regu lating the bowels curing constipation and sick headache They dont gripe Stormes Drug Stsre 1m SPOONVILLE Our farmers are busy this week housing their tobacco Ashby Sebastian has purchased the farm belonging to Willie Ross for ssoo Some thief made a raid on Nat bee house one night last week and took a fine lot of his Mr Lawrence Lane departed life last Saturday morning His death was a surprise to his many friends heart trouble being the cause He was laid to rest in the family bury ground Sunday Mr Eli Williams was taken on sur prise last Saturday by a number of his friends who prepared a birthday for him About one hundred were present and all say they never saw bountiful table spread Master Millard Dunn of Bourne spent last week with his aunt Mrs QUUEN CRESGEN LOW RATES General Association of Colored Baptists o Kentucky Frankfort Ky August 172L 1898 Agents in Kentucky only will sell Anderson County Fair Lawrenceburg Ry August 1518 1898 Agents in Kentucky only will sell Tennesee Health Officers Association Nash yule Tenn August 1517 1898 Agents in Tennessee only will sell American Bankers Association Denver Colo August 2325 1893 Miss ippi Valey MedicalAssociation Nash ville Tenn October 1114 1898 Grand Fountain United Order True Reform Richmond Va Sept 914 1898 RELIABILITY Is a quality some newspapers have lost sight of in these days of Yellow Journalism They care little for truth and a great deal for temporary sensation It is not so with THE DISPATCIL success of THE DISPATCH rests upon reliability It prints the the news and tells the truth about it ITS WAR NEWS SERVICE Can not be excelled It is gathered bj fortytwo war correspondents eight fast dispatch boats at the seat war and a salaried correspondent ic every important city in the world The most critical period of the war will be during peace negotiations Get the paper that tells the truth OUR MOTTO If you see it in the Dis patch its so and if its so it is always in the Dispatch THE DISPATCH news service is now furnished by The New York Sun The Chicago InterOcean The Northern Press Association The Leslie Syndi cate and a staff of correspondents in Kentucky Teennesee and Indiana sec ond to none on a Southern newspaper We club with The Weekly Louisville Dispatch both papersne year f or the low sum of 1125 pleasant Sing dinner a- more then newsall and of r f me i Its energetic 4 Cottons honey- Sthi Ti- tsi v us Taylor ijy tad Mrs Tho p gabcUu w 3y ia lllchtnond last woak on business Marie Dunn teaching school on F int Lick creek visited home folks last week and at tended the Institute Porter Prewitt of Jessamine visited relatives in this vicinity last week For broken surfaces sores insect bites burns diseases and especi ally piles there is one reliable remedy Dewitts Witch Hazel Salve When you cill for DeWitts dont accept counterfeits or frauds You will disappointed with DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Stormes Drug Store 1m PREACHERSVILLE W H Cummins bought of Smeon Blankingship a calf for S1800 G A Siler has returned from the mountains with a load of calves and sheep The heirs has sold tha old aunt Betsey Art Adams farm here to Mr Jno Anderson traded a house and lot in to Richard Robinson and bought it bucc the same day Dr Brown made a business trip here Monday Miss Hattie Elmore is a few days with her sister at Jelli co Miss Adia Cummins is visiting at her uncles Mr W T Pherigo at Mc Creary J T Payne and sister Miss ate spent Sunday at Rowland J T mmius and wife of Stanford was here last week Willie Pettus of Broadhead was at home this week for a few days When You Take Your Vacation the most necessary article to have with you after your pocket book is a bot tIe of Foleys Colic Cure It is an ab solute prevention or cure of all de rangements of the bowls caused by a change of water You are likely to need it 1m THAT BATTLE SHIP tile V ssel by the Alt can lieroes is nxrronsrurG Ky Aug 10 A re cent dispatch outlined scheme of the Mexican veterans to be introduced at their next annual meeting to be 1 I here o the 20th proximo The proposi tion is that veterans of either war who draw a government pension con tribute one months pension for the purpose of raising a sufficient fund to build the costliest warship ever undertaken in the history of the world to be presented to Uncle Sam It was stated that the great naval won der was to be called The Mexican Vet iran whereas the name suggested by the originator of u e project CoL Creth llobinbcu anJ heartily favored iy all who are interested o The Veteran Time veterans here regret the error and fear that the pensioners of the late war will not take to the scheme readily and they say that they never even thought of any name for the ship but The Veteran tucky has now a great many soldiers who ar i ill in the hospital at and a movement is on foot to ship to them a big lot of nicely dress ed doves This is now the dove season and the filds are full of them The plan is to have 16 or 20 men in squads of four or five to take one day for hunting and turn over all the birds to a committee here who will have them dressed put op ice and shipped away this week Qhcse birds at this season of the year are young juicy and de licious and will no doubt be by the soldiers FRANKFORT Ky Aug 15 Gov Bradley refused to extent executive clemency in the case of Annie Spald lag sent up from Washington county for two years for grand larceny In rejecting the petition he wrote the fol ing on the paper If I were to a precedent that persons in the penitentiary should be pardoned be cause of poverty or the sickness of their relatives it would result trously He also refused to pardon W W Mulholl of Harlan county convicted of bigamy A Campaign Asjainwt Crimp LOUISVILLE Ky Aug 1G The increase lawlessness in has caused the city authorities to plan a campaign against crime A conference was held Monday morning by Mayor Weaver the board of safety and the criminal judges The police will be instructed to exercise extraor dinary vigilance and the courts will make every effort to hold and punish evildoers Excitement iu County JACKSON Ky Aug has now been definitely determined by physi cians in charge that Granville the young man who was taken sick at the Stedham house in this town Tuesday morning has a well developed case of smallpox Great excitement prevails throughout the community and people arc leaving in large numbers Damage Suit LANCASTER Ky Aug for 5000 damages has been aainst W H Furr by Thomas Huthi son Last spring Furr placed poison on bread for rats which Huthisous children ate and narrowly escaped death Both arc influential men NEW I have purchased the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice Special attention given Commercial Travelers J who s cin I u i AdamS Bathema COI bin spending K hXlne oS The at andequip Do for Sc Sodrrs- BcnnIG Aug lLKen Chicka- mauga appreciated Governor R fused to establish recent f Louisville JaC SOD 13It McIntosh 13A suit filed vii I I l RICE BENGE i b Miss Is note for 1 800 4Sa Fi11O I1 etrIn- M4ttiIIg iarrot1biirg si liar uEEN ICy sick 1ardon I N FOR 8ALB Two farms one containing 42 acre the other 90 Good farming land comfortable dwelling houses aud convenient outbuildings Will give liberal terms to purchaser For partic ulars apply to H RIDGE 915 Marksbury Ky VALUABLE Gamr County Farm for Sale As agent of the Mltchel Broaddus heirs I will on the loth DAY OF SEPTEMBER 1898 at 10 oclock a m on the paemlses sell to the highest and best bidder the farm belonging to said heirs containing 144 acres TERMS made known on day of sale This farm is situated one and onehalf miles from Laucater on the turnpike with good dwelling and out houses The in high state of all of it being in grass except 40 acres it being In corn This is one best watered farms in Garrard county I will take pleasure in one over the place at any time before the date of sale W M BROADDUS Agt As agent of the Columbia Finance and Trust Company assignee of Commercial Building Trust Co of Louisville Ky I will on a6th day of September i8gS- at 10 oclock before the Court House in the town of Lincaster Ky expose at public sale to the highest and best best a tract of land In Garmrd county Ky about 9 miles from Lancaster 7 from Danville the Fishers Ford Turnpike containing 94 ACRES with a Good House and other necessary improvements Said land is in a good state of cultivation 40 acres of which can go in wheat this full and the rest in grass Said land is known as the Jan L Smith farm TERMS One third balance in one and two years equal payment with 5 per cent on defered payments from day of sale un til paid T B ROBINSON Agt Columbian Finance and Trust Co Assignee of Commercial Building Trust Captain I M Dunn auctioneer Executors Sale As Executor of the late will of Wyatt Hughes decd we will on WEDNESDAY AUGUST jist 1898 sell to the highest bidder The Farm about two miles from Danville on the Pleasant Hill turnpike containing about 210 ACRESThe place adjoins the farms of J C Caldwell W T Rqbinaon and others The place con tains a 7room dwelling two barns outbuildings The soil is fertile in a high state of cultivation and splendidly Wilt ered Also at the same time and the following PERSONALITY 7 brood mares and mule colts G head of fine work mules 4 milk cows and calves 31 head of flue hogs 60 acres of corn in the field Zi acres of hay in the stack a lot of farming uten ails 1 rockaway 1 buggy household and kitch furnitureThe be held on the premises commence at 9 oclock a m land will be sold for one third cash balance in two equal of one and two years with 6 cent interest on deferred from day of sale TLe sonal property will be sold on the following terms Sums 10 and under cash in hand over 10 three mouths time without interest EIHRIAM HUGHES GEORGE HUGHES J B HUGHESExecutors Go on the DANVILLE STAGE LINE Lv Lancaster AM Ar Danville 1030 AM Lv Danville 2 PM Ar Lancaster 4 IX PM Makes connection with 450 train for Richmond Can be found at Stodgills Stable or Clemens Hotel R KINNAIRDS Insurance Agency Representing Over In the following Fire Insurance Companies j tna of Hartford Queen of National of Hartfort Phcnix of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford North British and Mercantile German American of New York Liverpool and London and Globe I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES K C Branch southbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 11 35 A M Northbnd Mixed Northbnd Passgr v Southbnd 1229 Queen Crescent Route PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Dally except Sunday 609 a m Number 6 Dally except Sunday 1 43 p m Number4 Dally Flag 348 Number 3 dont stop 417 p SOUTH BOUND Number 1 dont stop 1142 a m Number 5 Dally except Sunday 11 10a m NumberS Dally except Sunday 7 55 p m Number Midnight flag 1142 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE J J 04 5 D nb K B Sale of Li1 a m onJ cashand and- o sharp- e TERMSThe S7OQOOQO Americas COMPANY u u 450 P x U Ii 252 A Ii U A H 8 p m R farms ri timeS necessary a min TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac sending sketch sad description mar quickly ascertain our opinion an Patents taken recelro vatiee without charge Scientific JHucricaii Illustrated weekly Largest cto caIsSon of scientific Journal Terms 3 four months L Sold by newsdealers ta probably p Communlca Cons strictI HandboOk on en free Oldest securing patents through Mann a 1 J JllltoaD I t irw 1t1k 1k IU Sit 5r vT a I lathe J I ndaome1y ear S5 m2 Jd y OP LEXINGTON KY Over 11000000 Paid in Maturities Over 4000000 Reserve and Surplus The Following Coupons Matured July 1898 Name Address Cost Paid Geo D Robertson Lexington Ky 3150 7180 Geo D Robertson Lexington Ky 3050 C9SO Geo D Robertson Ky 295J 6610 Mrs S J Taylor Lexington 3450 7943 Miss Ellen Ky 3150 7943 Mrs Lexington Ky 3450 7943 Geo D Robertson Lexington Kv 2750 C185 t Nichols Lonisvilie 34x 7943- Talitha Heathman Lexington Ky 33 5o 77C6 Louis Samuel Kv 3150 II A Ky 2959 G6SO Lexington Ky 3350 7706 Herman ky i95o 6580 v- Lem Fong Louisville Ky 3250 R Arnspiger Ky 3250 Stevens Marshall Winchester Kv 3250 ttM Dietrich Louisville Ky 3250 74jfc John L Fisher Louisville CJ50 7132 Forman t Flood Lexington Ky 7IM Kate Young Ky 3130 71 SO- MM Lexington Ky 3150 71 0 Young Lexington Kv 3150 71S- OES Porter Louisville Ky 3150 71 SO Sallie Bishop Leesburg Ky 0 S D Lexington Ky S650 5941 Asa Dodge So 50 6930 A Powell Lexington 8050 69ro Chas F Rockwood 2950 6680 Perry Crostwaite Lexington Ky 2950 6680 M and John Skaln Lexingtiu Ky SrtJiO 5941 Carrie 2750 6185 D Hurries LexIngtonKy 2650 o 4l Jackson NMIddletown Ky 2350 G432 Baltimore Md 2350 5204 Moggie D Burrier Lexington Ky 2550 5697 D B Good Lexington Ky 2750 CIA Dr A P 2650 5941 Anna Schmidt Louisville Ky 2B50 5941 Phil Rarick Nicholasville 250 50 07 Reenhart Louisville ky 2550 5697 A Huguely Burgiu Ky 2550 697 C A Culver Louisville 224 49 Sallie Sanders Louisville Ky 2 0 520 C Louisville Ky 1 0 424 C L Parker Somerset Ky 2250 4976 John Skaln Lexington Ky 20JX 45ee J M John Skein Lexington Ky 2050 4502- 4Ils8 Alica Adams 2A 4502 Amanda J Urittlngham Lexlngion Ky IJJiO 3545 Mrs Hattie F Heclu Louisville Ky 1950 4247 Sue M Gentry Danville Ky 1950 4247 Thomas L Given Ky 1750 SU5 Lafon RIcker Harrodsburg Ky 1850 40Jt II For Lexington Ky 1750 oSCst Ky 17JO S803 V Lexington Ky 1760 SSKi Robert Yells Ky 1650 71 F Lexington Ky 174 SSO Chrisinan Ky 16 0 S7 Jomes Ravencraft Lexington Ky 1550 S4 Maggie Smith Lexington Ky 1250 2669 E F Danville 12 0 SfiVJ J D Purcell Lexingtou 1550 The Morning Herald Lexington Ky 1450 o Lexington Kv 1450 SU7 Emil llhardt Nicholasville Ky 1350 2902 j Danville Ky 14Jii 3117 B Cassidy O 1150 2147 W J Lexington Ky 1350 E W LeCaiu Cincinnati O 1250 266J Mary Atkins Lexington Ky 1250 2Ufi9 Burgin Ky 11 0 2147 Victor S Leavel 1150 2147 Kate LexingtouKy 1250 2tCJ Kate S Brown Lexin7ton Ky 1250 26IW Kate S Brown Lexington Ky 1250 26fij A S Bowman Lexington Ky 11JW 2t47 Wells Georgetown 1150 2447 T B Crutcher Nicholasville Ky 104J y Thos ABollantyne Cincinnati O toO 1- Thos A Ballautyne O 650 V- JShookum Gulce Pool Lexington Ky IliO 24i Shooknm Gulch Pool Ky 110 2447 Shookum Gulch Pool Lexington Ky 1150 2447 Shookum Culch Pool Lexington Ky 1150 2447 Shookum Gulch Pool Lexington Ky 1L50 2 4 Shookum Gulch Pool Lexington Ky 1150 S T Leavel Lancoster Ky 11JM 2447 John Walsh y 1050 22 Hon W C P Breeckmridge Lexington Ky 1050 22 John R Allen LexingtonKy 8J 0 1744 Alice Nuss Louisville Ky 950 20M John C Lewis GeorSetown Ky 100 ai25 Mrs Mattie Nicholasville Ky 950 2o0t R C Morgon Lexington Ky 850 1744 F M Drake Grand Rapids 950 2005 A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary for jarlicilars call on J C HemiMll local apnt Lancaster Ky K F ALPif r Mutual Inv stm nt Co A J Taylor V elch IcElro J U 50 J Lillie B Iexin toll SteIn reno Ky R Johnson Ky K J V V ii Ford II Ford GtOOg town Ii J S 11s Anna s V Lou O S Williams Lanclster S Brown S S K 1 Kexin lon 2447 e2 Herve Southern S 77fii 7432 Taylar aggie F onk ohn t L M Is Norton Chrsnmami Low Ratesvia the Queen Crescent Route from all points south to the a- TransMississippi Exposition Omaha June iNov ist B Y P U International Meeting Buffalo Juy Mi Knights Pythias Conclave Indianapolis August 2229 G A R Encampment Cincinnati September 510 1898 Ask ticket Agents for particulars or apply to C Rlnearson Q P A Cincinnati 0 for free Books naps Printed Matter Time Tables Rates and full information The September Number of The Delineator IS CALLED TUB Autumn Announcement Number and describes accurately and in detail all the Latest Developments in the Worle of Dress The Literary features are of the usual marked excellence and the Household subjects are practical and timely The article in the series on Photography for Amateurs by ftl Hall is on the DryPlate and will of to every student who aims to obtain the best results The romantic Baltimore Sketches Grex continuation of the College Stories that have been so well to the college sentiment of all alumnae In the article on The Common Ills of life Dr Grace Peck ham treats in an exhaustive and helpful manner the cause and the means of relieving Insomnia Ainu Girls by Wier M A concernsa of whom is yet popularly known The Dressmaker introduces a new department of practical that will be much appreciated in the home of on The Cultivation of the Voice by Eleanor Georgen continues th professional instruction and offers much information and Club Women Work by Helen M Winslow an Girls Interests and Occupations by Lafayette McLaws sustain the intere their discussions have already Time Home Laundry red Sugar and Uses and Brown Bread Rolls etc from an excellent group of Household atd Social Observances conducted by Mrs Cadwalader Jones the Tea Table by Edna S Witherspoon Stitches and Embroideries by Emma Haywood The WorkTable For the Children LaceMakinjr Knitting Cro aying Tatting BJJCS cimom e an attractive miscellany 0 V prov Thayrea receivedwill valuable won It Sub- jectS et J HOOD SURGEONDENTIST LANCASTER KY Office over J 0 Thompsons Jewelry store onDanville T street- Bring The Record Your Job Work 55S