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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 0 C o ttutra C- IX Entered at the Post OJftce to Laueaater XU Second Class Matter NU lBrIli- w Exp etoth jp as PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAM Cur Public Square and Danville Avenuei 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 JBi Haselden Col WGWelch Stanford W I Williams Lancaster WELSH WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky All business attended to promptly i r r J c t BEAZLfYBiffHM FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 26 1898 IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER eoo 0 00 0 0 000000 aDO ooo4oooooo u 1 L J goeooeeeeeoeeoeeeeeceweo eeooeeeeeoeeee Light the road to the depot Smoke the Proctor Knott cigar The dove crop is short in Garrard Poor House farm for rent See ad Smoke Proctor Knott cigars and be happy I Look at the Bluegrass Groceries ad Proctor Knott cigars make a delic ious smoke S Thompsons Will pay 8 l2c for good fresh eggs II B Pure at Edmins Kandy Kitpiien Closing out sale of belts and shirt waist sets at Thompsons V Wanted More rustlers and fewer drawbacks The best two horse wagon on the market at G S Gaines L Queen Crescent low rates to Cin cinnati Sept 3rd to Oth Lovers of a delicious smoke prefer the Proctor Knott Many sidewalks are being laid Keep the good work going N ce farm of 1SJ acres for sale For price and terms call on J M Logan I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn crowd attending circuit court is the smallest ever seen on similar occa Low rates Cincinnati Queen Cres cent during G A R Encampment Cincinnati ESS We will give 9c dozen for fresh eggs this week Grass Grocery Queen Crescent low excursion G A I Encjttnpmeun at Cincinnati Ask your Agent The grand jury is wasting no time cases Lut has been putting in good licks after bigger game The Louisville Times and Post can now be had on Sunday morning by calling at McRoberts drug store on page 9 ateNorthcott JIomernap andies oldsour cigar he sons pl r ue with2x4 a tons C L rat For Sale Wheel A high frame Victor Bicycf order or will exjhanja gentle horse J C HEMIMIILL Unusually low excursion rate to Queen Crescent Route A R Encampment Sept 510 Tickets sell September 3rd to 9th What you pay out for rent is gone forever You can pay the same amount into the Lancaster Building Loan Ass Delation and own your this J C HemphiU Saos Bourbon Steam Laundry Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry Leave your orders at Sweeneys store tf Every ambitious young man should write now to Prof W R Smith of the Commercial College of Kentucky Uni versity Laxigton Ky for a circular of his College Night Policeman Petty is winning the wellwishes of our people by the midnight prowlers from elevating hades and disturbing the sleeping citizens Ed A Dillehay agt of Danville is prepared to promptly fill orders for paving brick will sell in Danville at SO 50 or deliver in Lancaster at 935 per thousand To Teachers The white teachers examination will be held at my office Friday and Satur day August 20 and colored teachers examination on the following Friday and Saturday August 2G and 27 Miss Elisa J Lusk Circuit Court Court adjourned from Friday until Tuesday morning Since last report Vi m Potts was given five years in the penitentiary for breaking into Squire A Noels house and stealing 1 Speed Young got five years for housebreak ing John Kersey who shot Henry Beazley in Duncantown about one year ago was given five years in the pen Colonel Coffee was fined 75 and sent to jail six months for shoot Jas Robt Boatley got 25 and ten days for carrying a pistol The E twin Clouse for killing Win Tracy at Buckeye Tree is now in progress The grand jury will adjourn today and have found about 25 indict iri good fort goo Cincinnati to- G prohibiting lrlck 99 Wand s gar trialof moo a C homer ts y FOR YOUR C RFADY- U FALL ORDERS We represent the following uptodate tailors 1a Our Special Order Lines Comp1oto M BOND CO Chicago GLOBE TAILOR ING CO Cincinnati LAMM CO Chicago KAHAN BROS Louisville BERYMAN AN OHEIM Chicago THE NATIONAL TAILORING CO New York We can show you everything known to the trade in Foreign and Domestic Wool ens at prices which stump all competition Fine Workmanship and Fit Guaranteed LOGAN ROBINSON OOOOeOes POM000es00000es0e0060C00000000000ee V Gone to us i c cd Tt v- y v J we will dxo you correctly 1 1x J Brick Kiln We are reliably informed that a movement is on foot to burn a kiln brck at once and have them ready by October The people then can get brick at home at a much cheaper price than by sending away from home for them Methodist Meeting The meeting which has been in progress at the Methodist church since Sunday week came to a close Tuesday night Much interest was awakened in the church and several united Ma ny more would have attended had the weather been more favorable Hold Your Orders I will be better equipped than ever in the full to sell you a suit of clothes at the lowest prices teeing a perfect fit I have Sam pIes from best housed in Louisville Chicago Philadelphia and Buffalo Look before buying M D Hughes Agent Public School The colored Public School of this city opanel on the 15th he are C F Anderson Principal Mrs Emma Duncan and Miss Willie B Lackey assistants The number en rolled first week was 152 The two lower rooms are crowded to their capacity The school is in a flourishing condition Good Idea The physicians in charge of the cases of fever in town have very wisely prohibited their patients from having company While a sick person loves for friends to call and ask about him yet the doctors have decided to put their cases in the hands of one competent person and keep else out and the wisdom of this move is easy to see Charley Walker Sick Charley Walker who recently got a transfer from the Lancaster to the Fourth Regiment come home from Lexington Sunday and is to his bed by typhoid fever Dr Bush says he thinks Charley will pull through all right as he has been a stout and active boy all Irs life Election Commissioners The election board created by the recent session of the legislature met at Frankfort and appointed the for each county These for Canard are Messrs Curt A Robinson Wm L Lawson djmocrts and Geo T Pherigo Republican These men are all reliable and will do the square thing If all the others appointed good as Garrards the new law will work better than most people predict Free at Chistian Ch urch Sunday night by John Baptist of Constantinople Turkey The above minister an 1 missionary with the vary distinguished will lecture on the Armenian massacres of which he was an eye witness at the Christian church next Sunday evening at half past T oclock Mr Baptist is a sated Christian gentleman and was once photographer to the Sultan of Turkey Residence Fixed Up The pretty residence of Gov W 0 Bradley on Lexington street is un dergoing a thorough overhauling and painting This is the residence once occupied by Allan A Burton decd and later by Judge George Denny It is in a beautiful location is conven iently arranged and when the repairs are completed will be one of the pret tiest places in town We understand Gov Bradleys family will spend weeks here when the house is put in shape Court Day A big crowd came in Monday and trading was quite lively Every one was talking about the great corn crop and all say it will be one of the they saw Some cattle were the market and a report of the sales will be found in our stock column The street fakir was conspcious by his absence The minister now preach ing at the Methodist church made a few remarks in the Park the choir sang some hymns the crowd ate din ner with the ladies helping out the soldier boys and all went home after having spent what may be called an average court day The Lancaster Company The boys of Co L are getting tired of camp life and some of them write that thoy would be willing to go to Cuba Porto Rico the Devil or most any old place just to get away from Chicramauga They are a patient set however and never make a kick at what is to be done Parties coming from there say they know no more there about what is to be done than we do here in Lancaster They never find out anything until th order is issued While there are several of them at home sick yet the health of the compa ny in camp is good and seldom is a man in the hospital Lieut Farra 111 Lieutenant John M Farra who came last a ten days was taken ill Saturday and the else has since developed into typhoid fever He was not looking well when he but kept on foot and made a fight against that dreadful feel log which only those who have it appreciate Dr Kinnaird the at V sfi fo 1 teachers utmost several everyone company confined commissioners areas Icet lilt several eye pretty weekon furlough j 5 i guava will name cull home tcame hard had can 1xMe 4y fK n i ont I no he to a to is tending physician says he thinks the case of mild form and that John is in danger though he will have to be particular with himself that is at home whera he will the very best of care and attention makes big odds in his favor Another Soldier Dead As state 1 in last issue of THE REC oeD Privat Clarence Parks was brought home from Chickamauga last week quite ilL He had typhoid fever and been discharged from the hospital come home We understand though are not prepared to say for certain that Parks ate some solid the train This together with the jostling of the cars gave him a back set from which he rallied lie reached the home of his parents on the new Danville pike abont two miles from town and died there Sunday night Parks was about twentytwo years old and bore a splendid reputation for honesty sobriety and industry He was among the first to enlist and we learn from an officer made one of the best soldiers in the company The re mains were placed in the Cemetery vault until Tuesday when they were interrel in the family burying ground near Hyattsville Badly Needed People who come in en the three oclock night train have to grope their way home over streets as dark as Egypt The electric lights are at midnight and a trip from the depot to the Public Squire causes a person to say and think many things about those at fault which would not look well in print or be appropriate in Sunday School One of the Council men has suggested and will bring up at the next meeting the plan of about three of the gasoline lamps along the street and employ someone light them every night This is a capital idea and is a plan which will the approval of the tax payers in general the usual kickers and d aw backs course Fine new pavements will soon be laid to the de pot and we hops the Council will see to it that this needed improvement is made If some one gets crippled and sues the town it would be a hard mat ter to avoid paying damages in a case like this one which can so easily be remedied Night Man Needed The L N people should by all means put a man at the depot to meet the night trains It is impossible to get a ticket or have baggage checks for these trains and as nearly all the travel out of Lancaster is done over the night trains the fact that no one there to wait on patrons is a sarious one People arriving here at nigh are compelled to let their baggage lie ou the ground in the rain and mud and those going away must get a check in the aiternoon and let their belong ings remain on the platform til the train arrives The attertion of the higher officials will be called to this fact and its safe to say the trouble will be investigatel The patronage of these trains has grown remarkably so the trainmen say notwithstanding the fact that the public is given no ac comodations at the depot Our people are delighted with the present train service but do not care to risk having their baggage stolen from the platform or rather from the ground Noble Work As stated in a previous issue of TIE RECORD the Fiscal Court by a vote of two to two declined to pay for the blankets furnished the soldier boys when they were quartered in the Court House with absolutely nothing to keep them warm The blankets had to be great on the several men who ordered them women God bless em came to the rescue and served a dinner in the Park Monday the proceeds to be usei on this payment them went over a portion of the coun ty and soon made up enough provis ions assistance being refused at only three residences As soon as the of the dinner was made known on the streets Monday nearly every man in town went to the Park and patroni zed it The blankets which had been returned when Uncle Situ gave the boys others were then put up and sold at auction The total amount realized is not enough by about ten dollars but those officers who ordered them will pay the difference out of their own pockets Second Regiment to be Moved A special from Chickamauga says the Second Kentucky of which our boys are members i as been ordered to Huntsville Alabrma The special also says that some of the dissatisfied private got up petitions in the regi went and sent them to the Secretary of War asking that the regiment mustered out The petitions were mailed without knowledge of the regi mental officers and of course were sent to Cob Gaither The colo nel was very much surprised at such an underhanded piece of work and lord the men that if they dM not care to serve their country in an hour of need to step out and they should a discharge without honor A thareport says accepted the die honorable discharge but fully 95 of the refused to do so The men were scheme by a few fellows to lazy to do a soldiers duty and the men were sorrr they had Us a is Thefact rae ive o don extinguished putting exceptedof eightydollars he Severalof object b receive percent men f t j tt I never mast C I back few leis into r TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 1100 etier tZarin dens WE HAVE Ali Exceptionally Of ONSETS Good Lilly If you want Perfect Satisfaction Wear Royal krcetiWe Sell them Covct6 Try us when You are in need one 52 PAIRS LADIES DONGOLA worth 200 a pair Will close them out at a Dry Coods of KID SHOES 125 pair TRR Company LAd to toned to the talk of the fellows to trifling to make good soldiers and were willing to get the entire reg iment iuto trouble simply to get out The report says the men are delighted with the idea of being moved and no further trouble in the regiment will come up Cot Gaither has had enough experience to know that one or two lazy dissatisfied men can upset a whole regiment and it Is safe to predict that he will soon get rid of such cattle Mrs Gastineau has traded her in the Baker adlition to Hans berry West for a farm near Hiatsville There are 165 acres in the tract Elopement Mr Rufus Moss and Mary Belle Sherrow eloped to Danville Wednes day and were married in the parlors of the Gilcher Hotel Much Sickness at nome While the boys Chickamauga have been faring pretty well yet those who have come home have had and are now having a hard time from fever Cor poral Harry Robinson is still confined to his bed though is thought to be some better Josh Sutton remains very ill at his home near Marksbu ry Al Newland is quite sick at Crab Mide Mullins is confined to his bed at Bryantsville Ex Reynolds is very ill in Stanford and Major Rowan Saufiey is still unable to leave sick bad at his home in Stanford This mates eight men now on the sick list but as they are all at home and in good hands there need be no alarm as to the outcome All needed in fever the nursing and these boys will surely get the best of it To Morgans Men We are in receipt of a letter from officers of the Seventh Ohio Cavalry extending an invitation to all survi vors of Morgans command to attend the National Encampment at and be their guests during the time The circular in part is as fol lowsIt seems to be a fitting time to put the seal on the new bond of union that us as a Nation one and unconquerable we the undersigned former of the Seventh Ohio Cavalry your neighbors of a nearby State speaking for ourselves in our own and as we believe voicing the sentiments of all our comrades extend you all of Morgans Men this our codial aslc g you to meet with us as our guests at our re union in Cincinnati on S plember 7th We ask you to come bring your with you Thee countersign is property Ser t Cincinnati shallmake indivisible Therefore officers Bona Eoaaot tlj rl Y we the whore mselves Orchard names invitation and Aawsr rrm i f r- W I The Sidewalks Work in different parts of town is going on on the sidewalks Oa Stanford street J II McMurty has taken up and relaid his brick walk On Lexington street Mrs Susan Fisher is grading and preparing to lay a side walk in front of her beautiful and valuable property Oa Danville street Mrs D M Lackey has repaired her brick walk On Richmond street Dr is progressing with his work which is improving his fine place greatly Takes Charge of Graded School ed into the Graded School As we stated at the time of hu selec tion Prof Patterson has Iud charge of I familyhaveproperty Herring a Lebanon school Ke is highly rec ommended both as a gentleman and tutor Tim RECORD extends a cordial welcome to he and family The school will open September 12 and the out I The Royal is the highest grade bakiag powder kaowo Actual tests show it third umber ay other bred verybright toes ono the pAL b4KING POWDER MHllltIlf lOYAl IIAIaIIa ea NfW taIIC J lilts rower 54 rJr r 7 J nI Y CENTRAL RECORD REVERT WEEK BY LOUIS ZAJWRAST Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY a K =ONE YJAB IN ADVANCE Six MONTHS THREE f 50 25 FRIDAY August 2G 1898 ITS a bad policy to own land which you cant get on your horse and ride to IF those fellows who are howling for morn land would go to some of that now on hand they not have time to dictate to the TILE proposition to hold the Philip pines is very much like into a woman tol a store on Bargain Day and loading down with things not needed simply because they are cheap TIIOSE in authority are now their attention to the reorganiza tin of the army The acquisition of new possessions will necessitate an to about 100000 men Repre sentative Hull of the House Commit tee on Military Affairs proposes to push a bill through when Congress meets and Senator Hawley will look after it in the Senate FOMK of the dailies are putting for ward the name of Dewey for president As he is a man of fine sense good edu cation moral habits has a contempt for political wirepulling and less use for politicians we are for him teeth and toe nail The greatest blessing whch could be given this country would be a chief executive who could not be led by the nose by party bosses and politicians WHEN General Lee called on the President when he was in Washington recently he was accompanied by his son The President was pleased with the appearance of the young man and appointed him a lieutenant in the army If the younger Lee has the excellent qualifications of his the president will never have cause to regret making the We do not believe a better gen eral than Lee ever wore shoulder straps MUCH speculation is being indulged in as to the final disposition of the Philippines The people are becoming widely differed on the subject and if a vote were taken twould be hard to foretell the result While the islands are quite valuable yet we are firmly convinced that they are a mighty good thing t olet alone Acquisition of territory has caused nothing but trouble for every country that ever tried it Our people hava all the ter ritory they want and more than they need TIlE G A R will meet in Cincinnati 01 the 7th of next month and the aid colonels who never smelled powder will make skyscraping speech es tell how we fought and what we did The editor of this paper has taken pains to look up the record of nearly nIl speakers on such occa sions in recent years and finds that if onethird of them were ever in a bat tie history fails to record the fact Those who bear the burden and heat c f battle are satisfied to stay at home and let bygones be bygones McCnKARV denies having given out an interview regarding his views on the question of territorial expansion He however gives a of his position on the Philippine question and other matters He is in favor of leaving the Philippine matter out of politics entirely and says that the Democratic party would do well to stand by its platform of 1S9G with free silver and the tariff as the paramount issues ExGovcraor McCreary that this country should own and control the Nicarau gan canal THERE is a movement on foot to have the athletes especially football in the volunteer army mustered out of service as early as possible This ought to be done forthwith as the longhaired rattlebrains are much valuable serving Uncle Sam The government should keep in service the clerks lawyers merchants and farmers and let the football men return to business The country will soon go to wreck if these fellows are kept out of playing Turn em out Mr Secretary and keep those in service who have nothing to do but make an honest living The country must have football by nIl THE following is Governor views on the annexation of as the result of the recent war The acquisition of means the formation of a standing army in country so and the building of a to hold the in subjugation It means a strongly centralized and the opportunity yes the probability of arms with nations of the world Itmeans troublesome entanglements and complications the hand should be taken from the throat of starving Cubans and a stable government the people of Cuba is justified aline by every principle of religion and morals But when this is as it be by treaty adjustment all has been that is necessary and prop er SPEAKING of the hanging of the Stephenson at Stanford last week Editor Walton says It is to see a human being put to death but a life for a life should always be the for feit If the legal killing of the Negro will stay the bloody carnival in this county he will not have died in vain Q wor would administration going regular father appointment faraway generals Ex statement believes construct players losing means territory territory taxation government accomplished ne- gro awful 1 directing increase Gov time by territor I 4 sr but we fear his death will have little effect since but few in the vast crowd a seemed to realize the solemnity of the act of taking a persons lie even by the power of the law Let those who would dye their hands in anothers blood though pause and think After long time the scaffold has been again erected in Lincoln county and from this time on let us hops that murderer will expiate his crime like Stephenson TimE commissions to arrange for the evacuation of Cuba and Porto Rico have been the Spanish commissioners having been For Cuba they are for the United States Maj Gen J F Wade Maj Gen M C Butler and Rear Admiral Samp son For Spain Maj Gen Parrado Rear Admiral Paster and Marquis Mon toro For Porto Rico they are for the United States Maj Gen Jno Brooke Rear Admiral Schley Brig Gen W W Gordon For Spain Maj Otego Commodore Vallarino and Judge Sanchez del Aguila Under the terms of the protocol the Cuban missioners must meet at Havana and the Porto Rican commissioners at San Juan within thirty days from the signing of the protocol which was on August 12 Tine primary conventions in the counties are falling into line in their instructions for the renomination Congressman Geo M Davison in spite of his desire to retire and he will be put up for the second time When the convention is in progress however he will be fighting the hay fever at Marquette Mich with his political interests in the hands of his lieuten ants There is considerable curiosity concerning the plan of campaign that Davison will pursue in his congression al race Mr Gilbert the Democratic nominee is a splendid mixer and fine stumper and he has announced his in tention of challenging Davison to de bates in every county in the district Mr Dayison lays no claiu to being a public orator neither does he balieve that there is much virtue in the politi cal speech He is a great man to make a housetohouse canvass and in his former races both in his county and in the district he met more men than any other candidate of his day Still if Mr Gilbert persists in his challenges for a debate and fol lows Davison over the district in this way he will be forced to meet somewhere The Rev W B Costley of Stock bridge Ga while attending to his pas toral duties at Ellenwood that state was attacked by cholera morbus He says By chance I happened to get hold of a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and I think it was the means of saving my life It relieved me at once For sale by E McRoberts 1m Interesting Letter Moutauk Long Island Sunday Au 14th 1893 My Dear Dear Mother Your last two letters received dated July 18th and Aug 2nd respectively The one dated 18th reached me at CampHamilton near Santiago de Cuba a few days be fore we left I had just written you and mailed the letter before your came Received the one dated Aug 2nd just a few moments ago Was just starting to write you when it came I am so glad to know my dear friends in dear old Lancaster take so much in me and are glad to know I am living The battle of Sibony where you thought I was lolled was only a little skirmish between the 10th Regulars and a small of Spanish troops in which the Spanish were forced to retreat loss estimated between 150 and 200 our loss 1C killed and about 30 wound ed No mother I never did feel that I would be killed I dont know why That battle of July 15th will ever be remembered by me Artillery shells of all kinds whistling around us for nine hours Imagine the nervous strain for se long men falling on the right and left of it was horrible I saw one man wounded the first next to me on my left before the battle had been in progress five minutes The last words he had said stay with them and give them hell Dunlap He enlisted when I did A New York man fell on top of him and was killed and behind me in ten seconds two more wounded and have died in hospital since I tell you they were just them down I can agree with Jno Sherman when he said War is hell Well mother peace is declared I am happy to know it and now since it is all over of course I am glad I went to Cuba and took a part in the only battle of the war but I can say unto you one thousand dollars could not buy me to spend another seven weeks in Cuba It is said to be the most fertile spot on earth Well I guess it is for fever and dise ases of all descriptions best of circumstances but imagine what it is situated in a hostile sleeping on the wet ground in every way imaginable and nothing to eat but hardtack fat and black coffee As long as one is well he can eat most anything and never say a wori but the above delicacies are a little more than a sick man can stand Actually I have seen men laying in this camp now who look like they are almost starved to death been sick so long and cannot stand what they have to eat I went six days on one stretch without eating anything and since that time the chills and fever have struck me about one day out of every four until I went on board the ship Sunday and since then I missed until yesterday I was just beginning to think they had left me for good when they struck again and I awfully sick all we got orders last Friday 5tb just before dark to pack up rea r Gen Advocate coma of R interest Rough- Riders detachment mowing anycoun- try exposed bacon mentioned every completed announced different personally hi last n was Pell s r P dy to leave om the next and happy lot of boys they all were about 75 out of the Cth cat who were in the hospital condemned for 80 the hospital ship which will Key West Harbor in about ten days Well we started Saturday abut one p m marched two miles and took a train for Santiago that train I wished you seen passenger train too The coaches will not compare with a H freight caboose but it felt awfully good to ride anyway or in anything poor cavalry groomed and cared for three horses for years and when war did start them walking and then brought us back here to again but we satisfied with anything since they have taken pity on us enough to send us back to the dear old U S We arrived in late in the afternoon then I was detailed from headquarters of regi ment to go back to camp horse back as a guide for six mule teams to get baggage left behind Well it rained all the way and I got soaking wet got to Santiago some after dark only just in time to catch the last cargo of stuff going out to the ship We pulled off the noted harbor of at 4 p m Sunday Aug 7th playing and cheers coming from many naval and transport ships laying in the harbor We passed the Merritnac sunk at the mouth of the harbor by Hobson It was quite a to us Moro Castle and all the fortifications also 1 he Moro Castle is almost a wreclc and all the fortifications evidence of the awful canonade fire that was long directed at them Well we bid which I hope was an farewell to Santiaga and Cuba and commenced our long 1800 mies trip to this place arriving last evening the 18th about dark and went into quarentine although we had no yellow fever aboard rlhe ship was full of chills and fever patients was too late to examine us last night so we had to wait until this morning We got orders about noon and a large crowd of people was at the landing to meet us and gave us a hearty welcome Many a poor sot heart felt rather happy to know we were on United States soil again and such a send off was rather more than we had expected as we have been isolated so long It seems strange to see ladies and children es pecially give us such a round of old fat lady amused me She was dressed handsomely and belonged to the aristocrats but she became so enthusiastic she rushed and grabbed me shaking hands with aGod bless you welcome home as we marched by It was rather a touching scene and with every one it was a good sound heartfelt welcome We erg now in quarantine camp will be here five days Everything is very convenient here Plank floors in tents grass all cut camp made in every way and when we walked into it whether you know it or not that is a luxury seldom enjoyed by soldiers The boys are beginning to look better already I believe notwithstanding there some typhoid fever in adjoining camp but I dont think it is spreading to amount to much A Jew words about Santiago and must close for this time It is a very ancient looking town walls of the houses straight up and down and all moldy no adornments on the cornice very small windows and a great many of them with iron bars over them looking like prisons The streets look about like our alleys side walks like bridle paths and filthy is not the word No sewerage at alL The peo pIe throw slops out on the street then call Spain a civilized people looks more like a place where cannibals live Half of the people are nude and all the children are Occasionally you see signs of what was at one time ela gance but everything has gone to rack Walk throe squares and you will see half a dozen coffins being to their last resting place You cannot imagine my feelings to hear of Willie Walters death I am so sorry I always thought so much of Will Tell Louis Landram I his rememberance oj me and sometime as soon as I feel strong enough I will write him something of interest for his paper in regard to the battle c I have kept a diary of my is the principal events Oh how I wish I was at home to see once more Goodbye Love to everybody inquiring Tell Robert and Kathleen I hope to be home soon to see them SonW P I send a little I found on the battle field Santiago some dead or wounded lost Keep as a soveneir of the battle MT HEBRON Born to the wife of Wm Rogers on the 17th inst a girl Several of the youngsters of this neighborhood are attending the camp meeting at the Forks of Sugar Creek Miss Ola Scott of Burgin is visiting her grand motber and grand father Mr and Mrs W D Scott Mrs C D Peacock and little son of Jellico are visiting her mother Mrs M A Ford Mr Timothy Ford is on the sick list this week 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 sent for a physician and it was under his care for a week At this time child had been sick for about ten days and was having about twentyfive operations of the bowls twelve hours we convinced that unless it ob tamed relief it would not live Cham Remedy was recommended and I de to try it I soon noticed a for the better its continued use a Gilmer Co W by E E Ira i g except go to had ita The the our horses back tim bands the curiosity bear so It dier well comeone carried appreciate tripthat everybody Du rAP SMother pincushion soldier Tennessee AbOut we soon Cholera and anyBog s y L moral come are Santiago Santiago complete everlasting apparently the were berlains Colic Diarrhoe Btnm town rain 1 i a e d7 MI i i j r j H B Aldridge bought of J S Jphn 2S sheep at 5375 per held A number of young folks from this community attended church at Mt O ivet Sunday evening Mrs W M Kuykendall is quite sick at this writing Lee Van Arsdall of Harrodsburg visited Mr and Mrs W Bogie Oliver Boner attended the fair at Thursday Miss Maud Pope of Boyle visited Miss Liz zie Simpson Mr and Mrs Andrew Rice spent last week at Crab Orchard Miss Maggie Hackley of visiting her uncle J C Boner Ed Close of Louisville visited Mr and Mrs Reuben Naylor last week Miss Maud Boner of Jessamine is visiting her father Oak Boner Mr and Mrs Biff Floyd and daughter of Huston ville visited their relatives Mr and Mrs T I Herring and Mr and Mrs T T Pollard A crowd of young invaded the residence of Mr H D Aldridge Thursday evening bringing with them a nice treat of watermelons which was very much enjoyed Mrs N H Bogie visited in Lexington last week and returned home by Mrs Emily Jones and daughter Miss Caroline Misses Susie Sutton Katie West Anna Pollard Georgia Henry and Mary Kuykendall and Hugh Kuykendall attended a picnic at Crab Orchard Wednesday Rev J C Mays o Georgia visited Rev W M Kuykendall and delivered an sermon at the Fork Sunday Miss Georgia Henry of Lancaster home Monday after a pleasant visit to her friend Miss Sallie Herring O S Williams and son Henry or Bur gin visited the family of 11 D Ald ridge Tuesday Prof E W Elrod of Shelbyville was here last week in the interest of the Shelbyville College He procured a number of pupils for his schoolWe have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy in our home for many years and bear cheerful testimony to its as a 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 P Ritter 4127 Fairflax ave St Louis Mo For sale by R E McRoberts 1m PREACHERSVILLE James Rogers sold a nice horse Mon day for 57 59 W P Grimes bought at Crab Orch ard several steer calves for 15 each J C Fox bought 80 hogs which about 103 Ibs for 340 per J F Pettus bought of James 7 heifers for 3 14c Ballard Bros sold to H a Arnold several nice steers for 4c Levy Bell bought 5 hogs from Pate Parish for 3 l2c James Moore of Pineville has his hotel property there to Rev Ira Parton for his farm on Harmons- s Lick Creek We are glad to report Jas who has been on the sick list abler to be out again Mr Ben Kennedy has typhoid Mrs Jennie Pettus is better than has been for some time Miss Waidie Thompson is visiting Mt Vernon this week Rev C M Humphrey and family are visiting Rev F B Jones John Binghamnan has gone to Tennessee on business Mrs W B Moss of Lancaster Saturday night with Geo King Miss Kate Payne is visiting friends at Dripping Springs this week E Foly of Williamsburg is here on business W H Brown and Frank Thompson has gone to the mountains to Lay some stock For broken suracss sores insect bites burns skin diseases and piles there is one reliable remedy Dewitts Witch Hazel Salve When you call for DeWitts dont accept counterfeits or frauds You will not be disappointed with DaWitts Witch Hazel Salve Stormes Drug Store FLATWOOD W G Gooch sold E H Walker a cow and calf for 50 John Route sold W G Gooch a nice saddle horse for 100 Mr Lunceford is holding a singing school at Lawson Chapel which is being largely patronized Miss Malissa B Furl who has been- f teaching near Gosport Ind has re turned home accompanied by her cou sin Mr Clyde McCarty a graduate of Purdue University She returns soon to take charge of her school Tile 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 tailed to me I was advised to try Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Remedy null have the pleasure of that the half of one bottle cured me For sale by R E McRoberts Ira a t Shelbyville Georgetown- is people accompanied value indispensableH averaged hundred Roberts traded Thompson nt Mrs especially relieve excellent returned feve sh spa 1 Dinfrho sing William the little infant of Mr and Mrs Wm Moberley is very sick at this writing Mr and Mrs Tevis Thompson are happy over the arrival of a fine girl the 16th inst Protracted meeting will begin at Scotts Fork the 1st Sunday in Revs Harding and Neal of Winchester will conduct it Mrs P Grow sold a nice bay mare to Ed Adams for 50 and Mr F M Crutchfield also bought of E L a nice gray horse for S35 A good many of this community have been attending the camp meeting at Judson and report large crowds and much interest is manifested Miss Mattie Saunders has returned a weeks pleasant visit to her Mrs Becky Scott relatives and friends in Jesse mine Miss Bertha Woodard of Han ley Jessamine county was the pleas ant guest of Miss Blanche Mitchell last week We have had tide in the Ken tucky river which was out of its banks enough to do great damage to crops near the river and logs were floated down in great This is the largest tide ever known in the Kentucky river this time of the year Truth wears well People have learned that DeWitts Little Early Risers are reliable little pills for regu lating the bowels curing constipation headache They dont gripe Stormes Drug Stsre 1m Born to the wife of G W Pullins a 8 12 lb girL Farmers are all quite busy cutting their tobacco the crop is very good W B Adams sold a nice bunch of woyearold cattle to John Murray for S519 Rev Echols of Paint Lick will here next Sunday evening at 4 oclock E W Norris and Joe A lams have dissolved partnership and divided their farm Adams tapes the improve ments and 50 acres of land and Norris gets 8G acres unimproved Mason Pullins sold a field of 20 acres of corn to Tom Hendren and is feed ing it down to hogs for him at 125 per barrel Judge Wm Totten of Lancaster visited his daughter Mrs Mason Pul lins last Sunday Mrs Jas Bustle of Rockcastle is visiting her daughter Mrs W B Adams W B Adams is going to North Carolina next week on a trading expedition There is a move on foot to have the county road leading from this place to Walkers school house put out of the branch something that should have been done years ago It is the rough est road in the county anybody that ever traveled it will say so The peo pie that live in this vicinity cant get to Lancaster without going four or five miles out of the way unless they go horse back or a foot this fact has been demonstrated this court one of our neighbors is serving on the jury he has a nice horse and buggy but he says can better time and is not jolted to death- t when he sots there It is impossible for the children to get to out walking in the branch all the way and it is nonsense for the farmers to talk about hauling anything like a load over the road Not only this it is dangerous to ride over it we know from our own knowledge of one lady and two or three different men to have their fall and throw them off one of the men got a leg broke PAINT LICK Miss Mattie Thompson has returned home after a weeks visit to Miss Mary Lear Missas Lynia DHay and Ora Alexan der left for Cloverport Ky Friday night Their many friends them to the midnight train were many broken hearts left to mourn for their departure but one pleasant thought is they will meet againMrs E H Ballard gave a party to the Ramsey visitors Misses and Alexander last Thursday evening which was certainly enjoyable to eye ry one present The beautiful house was brilliantly lighted and the yard decorated with Japanese lanterns About 1130 the crowd assembled in the dining room where they were served to an elegant supper It is not very oxen that Paint Lick is honored by such a grand event All were beau tifully entertained until about 130 and then the Paint Lick band came in and the square dances were indulged in the rest of the evening No one ever enjoyed themselves more than they did that night A stubborn cough or tickling in the throat yields to One minute Cough Cure Harmless in effect touches the right spot reliable and just what is wanted It acts at once Stormes Drugstore l n STONE i Murphy grandmother alarge andsick LEAF preach hardlyeschoolwith hors s escorted- m D Hay September from another numbers I d Books McEoterts Drug Store Old books taken in exchange A rr 5 rit ko f w y Red Hot Bargains THIS WEEK Do not fail to give them a call for no one can and will not duplicate their prices Following are a few prices for this week Star scrubbing lye 4c per box Best lump starch lb Ivory soap 4c a cake Clothes pins lc a doz Every thing else as cheap in proportion BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO EIPH P BROWN MGR Jno BStout Lorea Siouz Stationery Paints Oils Etc KENTUCKY Co 5 j j f roc ry q 4e per t f l t 11 E W Lillard X E A 0 I N G 0 RUG GIS T S J tt11 iftit t i 1 r I At The Blue grass Iq i 7 jCJ i i p ba MANVILLE 000004R ORGANIZED 1883 ETMAl OF LAH OA8TEE FT Capital Surplus Fuad 100000 15OOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed J M HISGINBOTHAM President Lxwis Y LEAVKLL VicePresident- B F HUDSON Cashlei W O KIGNKT Assistant WALKER Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JMHieeiNBOiHAx LEWIS Y LEAVKLL JSJOHNSON TMARKOLD H C ARNOLD JB B F HUDSON ALIXGIBBB JJWALKXB JACOB Y ROBINSON BAn I Cashr- C D sZ493 THE NATIONAL BANK THE SUPERIOR II+ Steel Frame X rill In offering the Snperior 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 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 Ifyou wane the best Disc Drill made buy the Superior G S GAINES Agt Lancaster Ky Disc years SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO OF NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton Agts Office ovei Post Office KENTUCKY yj3 BEAZLEYDENTIST i Teeth filled and extracted with out pain Crown and Bridge Work a specialty Office S Elkiud meat shop in the new Thompson building us Jo Printing ld LIFg INS CE L over T c t 11Itj L Jr1Q Ii 0 JP TIE tNCAsTsR your CAPITAL 20000000 OF SURPLUS 6500000 LANCASTER KY A RDESSY President Jso E STORMES Vice President WM H KINNAIED Cashier Assistant Cashr 9 C DXNNY J F BOBIKSON Js Bookkeeper B T EMBBT Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS SamlDCochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson J no E Stormes 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 and Skin Ointment fa without an equal It relieves the lug and smarting almost instantly aiu its continued use effects a permanent cnre It also cures itch barbers itch scald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands chronic sore eyes granulated lids Dr CUrt CwtftiM for horses are the best tonic blood purifier andvermifuge Price BE McRoberts Druggis Lancaster I its 25cents c Pew l Y q k x MOST VALUABLE TH Many economize it as much as they do the Almighty Dollar r WE ARE SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED Toll waved 1C Times OvexSome of our 12 1350 1500 and 165O Suits now for 1 0 NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH BARGAINS BE OFFERED V 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 TGr s T3D IE3 IE2 E1S S I IbT O J L Frohman Co Telephone 136 Danville Ky h h I i cr I N G W HAY t h C LEA I THE GLOBE z TRUTH IS THE f I g Having sold raj stock of Millinery to the Noel Sisters I take shis method of thanking my many friends for their very liberal patron and for the many expressions of regret O- g of my retiring from business o MRS MOODY HARDEN CG33300O33333D33DO09OOOOOG3DO3OOOOGOOO 000000000000000000000000OOOOOOOO00000o 8 8 8 gage 8 0 1 I i r j r i CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY August 26 1898 PERSONAL Miss Eva Prewitt is with Mrs Rose at Mrs Hardens Mrs Ileirman Hyatt of Lexington is visiting friends in this city Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton have re turned from a visit to Broadhead Miss Lula Carson of Wilmore is the guest of Rev W A Clark and wife Mrs Joe Arnold Jr Is visiting her eister Mrs Turner in Middlcsborough Rev Henry Falconer and wife have returned from a visit to Borbourville Mr John Anderson of McKinney is visiting Misses Martha and Sallie Til letMrs John Rose and children are at her sisters Mrs Mcoly Har dens Kate Walker of Lexington is her sister Mrs W J Len dramW A Arnold visited his daughter Allie in Nicliolasville Saturday and SundayMrs Gaines of Danville is the guest of her parents Mr an d Mrs Theo Currey Mrs Charles Denman and little daughter have returned to their home in Nicholasville Misses Marie and Jennie Wearen two Stanford beauties are Miss Jennie DUE ems guests Mrs Oscar Tillett returned to Flem ingsburg Tuesday after a visit to Mrs Raymond Haselden Misses Fannie Shugars and Cora Ward attended the missinary conven tion at Richmond last week Messrs Horace Herndon and Fred Frisbie left Tuesday for Martinsville Ind to be absent several weeks Miss Bettie Arnold has returned from a visit to London and is now vis iting her aunt Mrs Chas Norris Mr John Lake of TerraHaute Ind Is expected Sunday to make a weeks visit to Judge Eph Brown and wife Mr Chas Reid of Chickamauga and Miss Lucy Ford of Lexington are guests of Mr T W Reid and family Messrs R H Batson and J W ney have returned from the cities where they purchased their fall goo Is Mr and Mrs Louis Landram Misses Alte and Bessie Marksbury have re Crab i Orchard Springs EXHILARATING AMUSEMENTS GOOD LIVING For terms address Gus Hbfinann Propr OCOOOOOOOOCOOCOCCOOOO O OOKO visiting Niss visiting y m 00 I J Jr r r NOW COOL RESTFUL s MUSIC fP i 000000001040OOQOOOQ00000000400 Ir rI L i i I I Sweep s f OPENS M f t n turned from a visit to Crab Grenada SpringsJim is clerking for R II Bat Will Marksbury and Dick McGrath of Co L are at home on a furlough Casey M Owsley returned today from Henderson N C lie says Will is improvingMisses Wilmore and Mary Welsh have returned to JJieholasville after a pleasant visit to Mrs Jno E StormesRowland Dean and Brooks of Nich olasvillle former students of Ann Ar bor Michigan were guests of Homer Batson Monday Messers Ward Russell Albert and Walter Daugherty came down from Lexington on their wheels this week to visit the Misses Wyatt Mr G S Gaines has been attending the Baptist Association at Bruraera Chappel in Mercer county There were three thousand people present Miss Jennie Bowman and Master Paul of Pinevllle and Miss Annie Ken nedy of Richmond were guests of friends and relatives here this week Misses Minnie and Annie Cotton of Danville and Jennie Burnside of Lower Garrard have been the guests of Miss Lena Rigney during the week Miss Allie Marguerite Arnold is on a two weeks visit to relatives in Nicho lasville and Lexington She leaves the 31st to enter school at Midway KyRev B A Dawes and family of Louisville are the guests of Mrs H 0 Sutton Mr Dawes is the popular pas tor of Highland B iptist church of the Falls City Miss Mary Elkin a Stanford belle will visit Miss Eugenia Bush this week Her charming face and lovely man ners have won hosts of friends she goes Miss Eudoxle Moss handsomely en tertained at a watermelon feast Fri day evening at the home of her father on Lexington avenue in honor of her visitor Miss Broom of Mississippi The Danville Advocate announces the wedding of Dr C E Bell of City Ind and Miss Martha Bat terton of Danville to take place in the latter city in October The groom is a brother of Jack Bell who has many acquaintances in Lancaster Ed Gaines the popular clerk at Bal lous grocery started to Cincinnati Saturday night but someone him and he wound up in Middles boro A pretty Lancaster girl who was visiting in the Magic city helped to cpnsole Ed over his mistake Misses Mariannie Wilmore Mary Welch Allie Anderson Jennie Burn side Mrs J E Stormes Messers Frank Marksbury Homer Batson Joe Francis Lieut Farra Herbert Kin naird and Ben Herndon attended the ball at Crab Orchard last Friday eve ning Capt W C McFarland has arrived with his command the IGth Infantry at Montauk L L The wound he re ceived at Santiago is on his head and about four and onehalf inches long him out of the fight more than ten minutes Miss Florence Webster of Indianap offs who is visiting Miss Mary Dunn was the victim very painful acci dent Friday a ternoon A hot curling iron slipped from her grasp and struck her left eye painfully blistering the balL The however will not be impaired Danville Advocate Miss Webster is a daughter of CoL Geo C Webster manager of the Keeley In stitute at several Lancaster people enjoy her acquain tance I I son misdirected everywhere Hartford Itdidnt put ota Miss Nancy Harris Deal Miss Nancy Harris died at the family residence two miles out on the pike Saturday She was in her 83rd year and a sister of Judge T L Harris whose death was noted in a recent issue of TIlE RECORD There were only three numbers of this frmi ly who resided hero They were Judge Tyree Logan Nancy and Margaret the latter being about 85 and surviv ing the others Miss Nancy who died last week was a widelyknown and greatly liked woman She was kind hearted and a true frien 1 The re mains were interred in the fimily buring ground Sunday the only one of the family left will probably sell the and movJ to town When You Take Your Vacation the most necessary article to have with you after your pocket book is a of Foleys Colic Cure It is an ab solute prevention or cure of alt de rangements of the bowls caused by a change of water You are likely to need it 1m A Jacksonville Soldier E F Chesnut formerly of this coun ty who enlisted in the Second Texas Infantry writes from Jacksonville Fla to his uncle Millard Rout that his company was detached from the 7th corps and sent there to embark for Porto Rco but peace was declared be ore they got aboard the transports He thinks his regiment will now be sent to Cuba to do garrison duty in some of the of the large towns They are being newly equipped with brown duck uniforms Chesnut says I dont want to go now for I am more afraid of the yellow fever than Span iards The boys were anxious to go and fight but now they want to come home I had a slight attack of mala rial fever bu t am all right now We were at Miami six weeks and lost CO men from fever and measles We are camped on the bank of the St John river It is cool and shady here There are thirty thousand troops here from about twenty states Oar regiment has quite a good reputation When ever they want guards for the city they come to our regiment for them Dangerous Drinking Water Death lurks in impure Water It breeds diseases often in epidemic form The first symptom is looseness of the bowels These diseases are checked by taking Foleys Colic Cure 1m Swell Event Decidedly the event of the season was the National Fete given Thursday evening by Mrs E H Bal lard at her lovely home near Paint Lick The house and lawn were beau tifully illuminated and artistically dec orated with the national colors which caused a feeling of patriotism to per vade the atmosphere The entertain ing committee composed of Misses Lucie Ballard and Frankye Doty to gether with R E Sallee and James Ballard well known society young ple are to be congratulated upon their untiring entertaining which elicited for them unanimous praise and to the guests a most lovely evening The supper was served fit for ye gods The elegant repast was served with the courteous generosity for which the Ballard house is noted the table be ing elaborately decorated the nation al colors prevailing conspicuously the sovenirs for each guest being the likeness of Dewey A nearly complete list was made up of Misses Lucy and Annie Francis Mattie Mayme and Lu y Ramsey Leonard DHoy Ola A lex ander Bessie and Nannie Nannie Campbell Ellen Mays Die Lackey Jimmie McCormack Alma aid Mary Lear Tillie Estelle Poyntz Frankye and Bessie Doty Jane Lusk Hallie Royston Jennie Hisrgins Isabel Walker Dorcas Leavell Fanny Doty Ivy Coy Minnie Dunn Mary Bush Lizzie Turley Lela Feland Sal lie Anderson Mattie and LizzC Thompson Messrs Robt Er nest Brown Bradford Jennings Sam Haselden Fred Frisbie Horace Hern don Saufley Hughes Fisher Herrinsr Allen Hiatt Ed W A Boyle end Will Crow Doty Will Tpwles and Arch Walker Wade Willard and Ol lie Terrill Thomp and Burdett T J SlavinE L Campbell Dr C E Poyntz Walker A buckle Win Martin Geo and John Simmons Wm and Richard Jones Charlie Curtis Mac John Sa lem Wallace Harry Francis Jno Burnside C F David Hrirbv Curios Fish E N Ballard T K Lackey R L Jennings Chris Faris Mays Robert Sillee and Robert Mays Miss Magaret farm bottle ofthe steeliest 1 Cay d L f Richmond pea Arnold Ramsey Hig ins Tndd S Notary Public Gov Bralley has Mr J S Gaines of this city a Notary Public and the latter is now vestei with the power to acknowledge signatures to pension vouchers and all legal papers JCttraycil A jersey heifer about 18 months old left my house on new Danville pike last Wednesday Aug 17th Will pay liberal reward for her return Frank Bourne To Visit the Schools Miss Elisa Lusk county superinten dant will during the month of visit the schools in the aunty As this will take up so much time she will only be at her office on Saturdays and court day during the month tf Strayed Roan horse mule about 14 12 hands high Left Antioch church Sunday night Last seen was on Richmond pike Monday the 22 Reward for in formation leading to return Jno M Ky Prof Patterson has bought out Prof Gowens right to occupancy of the Graded School building and moved in to same this week Prof Gowen will probably make a visit to his old home in Tennessee until time of opening of his schopl at Kimberlin Heights Tenn Tile 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 is guaranteed or money refunded 1m Big Shipment Monte Fox bought and shipped to Jersey City eight carloads of the best cattle in this section He bought from Joe Robinson OS head averaging 1420 Ibs at 4 02 12 from Leander David son 34 head averaging 1410 Ibs and 34 head from W P Cooc at 475 Likes the C O Niw YORK Aug 12 98 Louis Land ram Lancaster Ky Dear Sir Many thanks for your recommend ition of the C 0 road Oa my trip from Lexington to this city I found things as you said they would be the officials courteous the equipment magnificent and the scene ry beautiful Very truly yours W L McFARLAND A New Enterprise Messrs Rout and Norris of Point Leavell maize an experiment on onion raising this season and have met with such great success that they will dou ble their efforts next year They put in one acre and raised 250 bushels of extra flue onions The seed sown were the Yellow Denver the Silver King and Australian The onions are very large and j licy and the bas ketful left at this ofliee are the finest we ever saw Messrs Rout and Nor ris will ship a big lot to the cities but will sell any quantity at retail which local dealers may want More than twenty million free of CeWitts 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 A Young Mans Bestlnvcstinent of SC5 to 890 Is at the Commercial College of University for tuition and board for a course of instruction Graduates of this College are now receiving from 1000 to 2000 salary For circulars address R Smith Lexington Ky 1 Haw JuValK I have purchased the 9 Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best on the shortest atteption given Commercial Travelers S 1 app tinted Gilliland Vanhook lIOcl ill Curewhich samples Kentucky e e o J J I Rigs I no is A J e- Special I RICE i September 5 t BENGE A Hook Stanford has existed a century In cidents of intense interest to of people i this and among oth er states have transpired here Some hate risen in life some have fallen by the wayside Among those connected with its ancient history are Rev Sid ney MeR berts Dr Jack Craig Dr George McRoberts Rev John S CoL Thomas P Hill Rev Jesse Portman M C Col Armp Swope Col Thomas W Napier D W Taudiver Dr Thomas B Montgomery James R Warren S II and J 11 Shanks Joseph McAlister Sr Hughes John S Murphy Judge Carson A R Penny and so on in nefiuitely Its modern history is be ing made by such men and women as compare favorably in intellect and beauty with the rest of the whole world Messrs Albert A Warren and Joe F Waters are writing a book re counting the important events that have transpired in Stanford in the last hundred years as well as interesting notices innumerable individuals who have there participated in the great drama of life Bookkeeping IJufiness Phonography Type Writing and Telegraphy Thoroughly and practically taught at the Commercial College of Kentucky University For circulars address Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky Higgins Portman John- S W- It thousands lattttreNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep sia Constipation and Indi gestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 cts Call at my store and we will explai Talk about cheap goods when you buy of me you know you buy the 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 want a very small margin Buy of us and get pure groceries DO NOT RUN AFTER THE CHEAP JOHNNIES Gall and Enjoy a Pleasant Chat Pleased to see you NO WORRY HERE H M BALLOU PUBLIC RENTING On Saturday September 8d 189S sealed bids will be received end opened for the renting of the FARM in Garrard County same containing 170 acres in the very highest state ofcultivatlon well improved and well watered and no more desir able farm will be rented in Garrard County this year Call on the undersigned or Magistrates cf Garrard County for information This Augustas 1SOS R A Judge Garrnri Cvunty WH LACKEY Successor to Lackey Galley FiratClas fini HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION T- OTRAVEUKO How To nO B r Fr POORHOUSE BUR SIDE 1IIoooootI II I I i i I I m H II mJ tii LIVElY I MEN No it is not claimed that Foleys Honey and Tar will cure CONSUMPTION or ASTHMA in ad vanced stages it holds out no such false hopes but DOES truthfully claim to always give comfort and relief in the very worst cases and in the early stages to effect a cure We have received an and give a ticket with each purchase of goods A certain number of these tickets entitles you to A PIECE CALL AND LET US EXPLAIN SOLID SILYEll TABLEW ARE FREE ELEGANT LINE OP SILVERVARE OF SILVERWARE FREE WISWEENEYill KMICHTS 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 SWINEBROAD C C J E ROBINSON K R S Should know that tho OM iliae licmeily tALL IYOitiErV t l rujralarfiSRSInKojiialo origins stiauUlba vi for fhaie oJ lfe and before 1 Time fcwJici have Stood the t twenty years j Tiy by Uftw Pp err Medicine Co Chat For sale bv R E McRobjrtsLancaster th Cort CXiiJ rib oI r i 1v t f rreaclcSrnnE all for tOJet fcsScC Fencing made turns all kinds of stock and while the fence stands strung and sturdy j TIllS makes an fjffify fence nail pre wires from nee in summer as in win prevents stay wire Jill being displaced Theres no fence that excels and few if any as good Manufactured by ICU STEEL AND WIRE CO PITTSBURG PA FOR SALT B- YJCRobinson Lancaster Field shapebecausebut lute size heavily talvmlzdof best Resserret steel in its eon lttuctionsame in all the so different leaves the stockunharmed bin ejoint vents stay L THATimp rand AMEx icAN N thin wire rnde rsed stvles adjustable i Jv bending CORSETS CGll1 1lLlLlL K r JUST AuntBETfER THAN TIlE ESr T Baby MineII t Every mother feels an i ncler scribable dread of the pain and danger attend ant upon the most critical of her life Becoming a mother should a source of to all but the suffering period an d Icy its anticipation one of misery MOTHERS FRIEND is the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and incident to maternity this hour which is as womans severest trial is not made painless but all the danger is by its use who use this remedy are no longer de spondent or gloomy nervousness nausea and other distressing are the system is made ready for the coming event and the serious so to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mothers Friend a blessing to woman ZlOOPERBOTTLE atall Drugstores or sent by express on receipt of price danger of the ordeal make suffering removed conditions av common Jt is interest to all women will be sent to any address upon application by BOOKS Invaluable Information ot FREE iTOB CO Atlanta Gfc FARM AND STOCK NOTES Clay Arnold bought a nice bunch of yearlings at per head Chas Adams bought of Boyle parties 20 shoats averaging 116 lbs at 3 l2c J Y Robinson bought of John A Woods 10 Southdown sheep at 5750 headW sold Fox and Bright of Boyle a nice lot of work mules at SSO per head Bell of Ohio has bought of differ cnt parties about 200 head feeders- at 4 per cwt II Clay Sutton boupht of Frank Bourne a bunch of 12J lb shoats at S cwt J A Robinson sold to Shell Harbi son of Lcxington his brown saddle mare Lee Robinson for 400 Dr S M Stedman of sold 103 acres of his farm to Jerome Sjarks of Jessamine for 50S0 per acre Am Bourne the auctioneer reports cattle on the market Monday all sold at fair prices Plug horses brought 0 sows and pigs S10 to 5 bhejp to 4 C ire makes luck Farmers always will hive good luck with their hogs whin fid Dr Haas Hog Remedy the only reliable menicine for swine That snds of testimonials from lead It is stated from cfficial sources nt Washington that the United States produces about 22 per cent of the gold of the world and over 35 per cent of the silver In legislation why not treat these two infant indrustries alike With the idea of raising 25000000 to help defray the budget deficiency the Japanese Government it is an n unced is thinking of starting a State Cigarette factory Arrangements cm not be completed until 1900 The ucficiency for the next fiscal year will amount to 40000000 ven The annual production of Iron ore in Great Britain and Ireland is esti mated to have decreased from 10087 003 in 18715 to 12249000 tons in 18915 while the production of the United States which for 18715 averaged 4 632000 averaged 14288000 tons per annum in the pariod 18915 Star Pointer repeated his record of 159 14 on the Columbus track last week Three thousand dollars had ben offcred to the horse that would WOMEN i l Ill BEDFIELD COO aooCJc 0 000 OO OOO OOO MOt 5 9f 7 pr o to S 150 3 byJ I tALL I 3 itS S 10 all the pain suffer is caused by weakness or derangement in the organs of menstruation Nearly always NmImlTHS of andsicknessfromwhich I when a woman Is not well these organs are affected But when they are strong and healthy a woman is very seldom sick Is natures provision for the lation of the menstrual function It cures all female troubles It mestic and maternal cares and the woman approaching the period known as of Ufe They all need it They axe all by it Fbr advice In cases requiring special the Ladles Department Tho Chattanooga Chatta nooga THOS J COOPER Topete MIX urn sister suffered from very Irregular painful her ol entirely cured her and also helped an Win inherto dIrectIons address JI 0111 ClU C 0 and Win L b afc JtlMt track acopi oi 2OJ j ifl by Jo Patchea The track wa not in tho best cppdilion but Star Pointer paced the quarters in the following 12 29 14 and 35 X3 One Minute Cough Cure surprises people by its quick cures and children may take it in large quantities the least danger It has won itselMhe bestreputation of any usid today tor colds tickling in the throat or coughs Storines Drug Store 1m estimate average yearly of wheat in Germany United States British Colonies and Dependen dies and for all nations shows to Consul Constables analysisthat the Unite 1 States produces nearly onefifth the British Colonies some what more than oneeighth and less than onetwentieth the total production of wheat throughout the world DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale of any Salve in the world This fact its merit has led people to attempt to counterfeit it Look out for the man who attempts to deceive you when you call for Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure Stormes Drug Store 1m urmers Insure The Kentucky Growers Insurance Company in which the frmersof Gar rard county are so largely interested held its annual meeting at Lexington Ky Tuesday Aug 1C The Legisla t iveEoard is composed of W P Cox of Anderson county D W Dunn Boyle A J Gorham Fayette Sidney Bedford Franklin G T am Garrard A L Chrisman Jessa mine J K Baughman Lincoln A H Mercer J A Logan Shel by C S Williams with the Executive Board of J E Delph President R B Secretary L P Srurr J D W H Warren and J GBosworth After an examination of the business for the past year the Board found the company in a flourishing condition having met all losses and more than doubled its business It now carries 1225000 of insurrnce Farmers de siring to save money will find it to their interest to consider this system of protection against fire lightning and wind Call on G T Higginbotham Marcel lus chairman county Board Jesse Doty agent Iliattsville F B Kemper agent Marcellus or write the home ofiice CCG Short St Lexington Ky for circulars or information R B KEUDAIL Genl Manager 2t Lexington Ky WASHINGTON Aug 24 Pensions have been granted to the following Original Brice Wil lard Birdie William M Byant Kenaker Restoration and addition al Albert Fachtr deceased Bagdad Si to 12 Increase Jam s Carney Newport to S14 Thomas P Bullock Tyner 6 to SS Original widows Martha J Pence Summit 512 Maria Johnson Paducah Letetia M Berry Louisville SS Martha Fachcr Bagdad Mutiny Among Convicts FrANKKorT Ky Aug 24 There was a mutiny among the convicts in the penitentiary Tuesday the facts of which were carefully guarded by the penitentiary officials and the details and names of the leaders have not yet become public A white convict was severely gashed by a Negro but the prison officials including Warden L51 lard refused to out any of the facts Five convicts were engaged in the mutiny but were foiled When you call for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure dont accept anything else D nt be talked into accepting a substitute for piles for sores for burns Stormes Drug- Store 1m BROKERS RIDE Thrilling Experience of Broker McRob erts With a Burglar in Mrs Mary Georges Boarding House LOUISVILLE Ky Aug 24 A burglar entered the boarding house of Mrs Mary George at 552 Fifth street Tues day morning at 3 oclock He was covered by Mr Powell McRoberts an insurance broker who without hes tatinr tackled the intruder The burglar after a scuffle at the head of the stairs made hi way down with McRoberts on his back At the foot of the stairs finding he could not shake off Mc Roberts he drew a pistol and fired two shots at him slipped oil just as the weapon was discharged and the ball grazed his forehead in flicting a slight wound and burning his face with powder The bur glar ran through a hall and bumped into Mrs George who had been awak ened He fired one shot at her which missed and then made good his He secured a small amount of money from the house llaby flying of Hydrophobia PADUCAII Ky Aug six yearold child of Wai lizard is a victim of hydrophobia Six weeks ago he was bitten on the hand by a dog which has been a pet of the family for years The dog ran away and was shot at neighbor as a mad dog but was not killed It was never seen afterward On last Friday the boy became ill Tuesday morning he became so much worse that Dr li B Griffith was called in After careful examination he the case as hydrophobia No hope of recovery is entertained DC You Want a Situation A course of instruction pursued at the Commercial College of Kentucky University has been tie means of thousands securing positions and an increase of The demand graduates of this responsible and influential College exceeded the supply circulars address Wilbur K Smith Lexington Ky I u A 4 jt J J time 29 3 without preparation he production according Germany and dishonest Va hook oo ford together composed Kendall Hinton Kentccy PellillolleN Ken tuckians S 8 s S S give di M Roberts escape 24The hopeless immediately bra diagnosed s th 1 fc crou DoWiti S fore Blood Poiso- nswho have never had Blood can not know what a desperate con dition it can produce This terrible- r disease which the doctors are totally unable to cure is communicated from itseones Some years ago I was Inoculated with unequal to the life was to the fearful For six I sat untold misery Iwas covered sores and ulcers from head to foot and no language can of woe during those long st I had the medical treatment Sev cral physicians succes me but allto no purpose The men ana potash seemed to add fuel to the awful was devouring me I was advised friends seen wonderful my for health and happiness from the start a com Sispcrate cases W LEE Montgomery Ala Of the many blood remedies S S S is the only one which can reach deep seated violent cases It never fails to cure and permanently the most desperate cases are beyond the of other remedies 7 b 4 J41 Sacrificed to Poison s dintyielded trea cures made it to try Swifts SpecIfic We got two bottles and I felt revive In breasthope MasT an fe si cu ag n red sss r The Blood p d is PURELY VEGETABLE and is the blood remedy guaranteed to contain no mercury or othermineral Valuable books mailed free Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia K ccteil Ircs lut GKonrKTOivx Ky Aug 20 At a meeting1 of tip committee iroin the trustees of Georgetown college held 1 rid ay afternoon Rev James M Frost of Nashville Tenn was selected as president of the college to fill the va cancy caused by the resignation of Dr A C Davidson Mr Frost Is a native of this county and graduated from the college in 1871 Prison Chair FRANKFORT Ky Aug 23 The state board of prison commissioners will hold a meeting some day this week to consider the question of rescinding the contract with A D Martin for the cutput of the penitentiary chair plant An inventory of the penitentiary taken by the commissioners it is claimed shows that the state is losing heav each month on its contract with Martin Crushed 1IU Employers Head IXKZ Ky Aug has reach here of the killing of Van IJartram by James Mend at Warfield ten miles cast of this city Meade was an em of liartram and they had some difference over a settlement Mead striking him over the head with a and crushing his skull Serst W S KcyuuIcU Dead TJKXIXGTOX Ky Aug 2S Sergt Vm S Reynolds of Company M 4th Kentucky died at the Protestant in trmary here He was from Hyden and taught school in Leslie county for two terms lIe was 28 years old and leaves a wife Itonlta Place Sold VEKSAILIKS Ky Aug 23 Harry Cilmore sold Bosque Bonita Place farm of the late Gen Abe Buford former home of the great race horse Knquircr to George II Watson of Frankfort for 15125 Killed Ily a Porter LOUISVILLE KyAug proprietor of the billiard saloon at Tenth and Green streets who was shot by Robert Alford the Negro por his escape Escaped From JaiL EMINENCE Ky Aug 2i The fellow calling himself J W Carter and claiming to hail from Port Royal this county who was arrested for money under alse pretenses from jail Saturday night A hatchet and chisel had been furnished him from the outside with which he cut his way out Hoy Drowned RICHMOND Ky Aug 23 Charles Coffee aged 12 while bathing in a pond was drowned Sunday night 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 sure as you take them Stormes Drug Store 1m il 20News d bletree 22Sam Warn obtaining escaped e t on1 y loye head a cr deer Rates TO Cincinnati Very low rates Will be In ef from all points in the I South to Cincinnati and re via the Queen Ores Scent Route and its lines during the SZdNatlonalEncampraeBt Sept Silo to 10th 1898 r Tickets will be on Sept 3rd to 9th inclusive L lExtension of limit to W tober 2nd can be secured by depositing ticket with v i Joint Agent Call on your W Ticket Agent or write for I Chas W Zeel D P A Cincinnati O Finest train service in the South Through 1 Pullman Sleepers on ban daomot rvestibuled trains run daily from Jacksonville Savannah AJ Atlanta Columbia Macon Birmingham Meridian New if Orleans AahoTllle Knoxvlllo Chattanooga Lexington etc throueh to Cincinnati without change via th fomoua fit Low feet turn connecting I OA R sale Sept13th Oc full information to A p 1 tW t jc inal records of the sity show an appalling situation to which the are just awakening because of a voice of protest that has come from the people In the past six years there have been 300 murders in Louia ville and not a single execution of death penalty In the past two years there have been 113 murders and 25 homicides socailed on the records The highest penalty has been a sen tvuce of 21 SUPS Kesulators fur IIowiixG GREEN Ky Aug 24 In the Unitd States court George of Indiana has sued 10 farmers regulators of Bowling Green for damages alleging that they attempted to drive him from his home In the tight that resulted he killed John Conn ind was sent to the penitentiary for it but was pardoned by Gov Bradley Transferred for SIC Kjcpinjr RICHMOND Ky Aug 24 James Howard who was convicted at the re eut term of the Clay county circuit ourt for participating in the famous BakerHoward feud has been brought here for safe keeping Howard ha been granted a new trial and a change of venue to the Laurel circuit court A Sensational Murder PRINCETON Ky Au 19 Thursday afternoon Jimmy Johnson white 12 years and Chas Wood a Negro aged 14 were in a game of marbles and began disputing over the matter when the Negro picked up a rock and advanced toward Johnson striking him in the back of the head Johnson fell aud died in a second Officers suc ceeded in capturing Wood and he was lodged in jaiL There is great excitement over the matter to the prominence of the Johnson family It is thought by many that a mob will hang the Negro State Itailway Annual Reports FRANKFOKT Ky Aug an nual reports of the state railroad to the railroad commission which are due on September 1 are al ready beginning to come in The for failure to report which goes on after that date and which is being vigorously exacted will greatly assist the commission in its work this fall as all the reports will likely be in by the time fixed by law Fatally Wounded at a Dance LEXINGTON Ky Aug a Ne dance in Warrcnton a colored sub urb Dick Waters master of ceremon ius shot and fatally wounded E I The wounded man was dragged out on to a back porch and the was kept up until 1 oclock when the condition of Lewis grew so serious that Waters ran off and the dance was stopped FRANKFORT Ky Aug 23 Petitions for pardon in the case of Leslie Symp son and Charles Harris of McCracken convicted of disturbing a meeting were rejected by the ernor as was one for the pardon of Henry C Cook of Daviess county con victed of manslaughter Pensions Granted to Kentucklana WASHINGTON Aug pensions have been granted to Kentuckians Original Frederick T Arbogast Newport SS Neil Begtol Muldraugh SO S Snodgrass Dexterville Sfl to SS Widows Etc Nancy R Reed Mains SS William P Corn well father Halfway S12 Malissa G Callahan Louisville SS New Kentucky Postmasters WASHINGTON Aug postmasters were appointed for Kentucky Monday Alexandria county Annie Kronz Anthoston Henderson county Samuel Epperson Burns Pike county N T Hopkins Lemon McLean county A A Wilson Lexonburg Bracken county C N McCarty Starke Elliott county J J Kcgley Quarantine liaised BOWLING GREEN Ky Aug 20 Dr McCormack secretary of the state board of health thinks the conditions of smallpox in Jackson county now such ns to justify the raising of the quarantine He has therefore ordered it to be discontinued Joy Killed PINESVIIIE Ky Aug was killed at Rainbow creek near the Bell county line by Stove They quarreled over cards John son struck Gibson with a mallet of wood Both are boys lie Drunk Ac HOPKINSVIIIE Ky Aug 23 Harvey Boyd son of J A Boyd county committed suicide at his home at Kelley Monday He drank an ounce of carbolic acid The motive is un known Killed by a Train EABDSTGWN Ky Aug 20 Friday John Dewitt while on the railroad track at Samuels depot a short dis tance from here was struck by an L N train and instantly killed His remains were brought here to the Request to Be Mustered Out WASHINGTON Aug 2a A petition has been by nine companies in the 2d Kentucky infantry at amauga asking to be mustered out of service The Sick at Santiago WASHINGTON Aug 24 Gen Shatter in a report to the war department Tuesday says the number of sick at Santiago is 900 total fever cases 031 total new fever cases 74 total fever cases returned to duty jS Deaths from August 13 to August 32 8 Aged Kentuclilaii Dead RICHMOND Ky Aug 24 William Sharp one of the oldest men in Mol ison county died at aged 81 years I 1 71 h T crlWi11l11 Uotdf- oUIfWJIr2 Ky authorities years Dining f en aged owing 22The companies penalty 22Atro Lewis dancing nnJeCLed count public gov 23The following IncreaseSandford Original 23The following Campbell ar 23John Gibson Johnson tIe assessor coroner for rdd Chi k Bo g GiiJVifIs tug 2LTIecrin 1 tie barn ares nesboro I p bEEN CRESCENT II ROUTE stI Planters CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic Neuralgia and Toothache I In chfive minutes SourStoma and Summer Complaints Price 25 Cia cft f oi t a5j r t r f v P HOUSE3 0 Decide tp J ny a farm real Ky on Which flail Jn oiii Wilt lie Located LEXINGTON Ky Aug 23 The board of trustees of Kentuckys houses of met here and after a long ses sion dicided on buying the Tanner place of 210 acres on the Greendale rile Lye miles from Lexington Con to Gov Bradley interpretation of the bill creating the houses of the house for the boys and the one for the girls will b located on the same farm This is also in opposition to Sirs Bcauchamps views and she brouprht in a minority report against it Her stand is that the houses must be located on separate farms in order to carry out the spirit if not the letter of the law There will be a hard fight against putting both houes on the tame farm and the governor will sup port Mrs 3eauchamn AVants to lieiuaiii in Serve FRANKFORT Ky Aug 10 The offi cers of Col Colsous 4th Kentucky are making a desperate ef to prevent being mustered out of the volunteer service without having been given an opportunity to evjn get out of the state One or two of the officers came here to consult with friends among the state officers anti a number of telegrams wero sent from here to Washington urging the to rescind the order and let the mountain boys see some service in Cuba It is the general opinion here that not only the 4h but the 2J and Sd regiments will also be mustered out before the end of the month Oppoktd to lr Vhitsitt OWKNSKOUO Ky Aur 22 At Glen ville the Daviess County Baptist declined by a vote to 12 to strike from the report on colleges a clause withholding support from the Louisville Theological seminary if Dr Whitsitt should retain any connection with it The association which has 9000 members practically pledged to any candidate who shall not declare himself in favor of local option Oldest Undertaker VERSAILLES Ky Aug 20 The o est undertaker in point of service in Kentucky and probably in the United States lives at Owingsvillc in Bath county Charles II Iloon is his name and he is 71 years old Mr Iloon has been an undertaker for 62 years as an apprentice in Pitts burgh Pa in 1SSG He has been at Owingsville for 4S years and is very active and progressive for his years Bradley May Not Attend FRANKFORT Ky Aug 20 Gov Eradly announced Friday that he will not bo accompanied by his staff the G A R meeting at Cincinnati and it is doubtful if the governor will be able to attend He said Friday morning that he thought it doubtful owing to press of business as well as other later en agements which conflict with the Cincinnati meetinsr JUMPING A CLAIM Or the Suitors and the Widow and the Man AVI o Didnt Get Left While I was out west last winter remarked the man who travels around a good deal and who always manages to find the funny side of life I chanced to pass a party who was in running a prospect hole in a hill near the road Curious to know what his prospects were I rode over to where he was lie had taken out a quantity of white quartz but I could not discover any signs colorThe party was an old man who didnt seem to take kindly to my I asked him what his prospects were but he made no reply So after looking around for a few minutes I rode on I had not gone far when I was hailed by a party lying concealed in the long grass Say stranger he whispered how is the old man getting along I dont know I answered I could get nothing out of him The party in the grass chuckled He thinks youre after the widder too What widow I asked Why the widder Spriggans You see that thar claim belongs ter the widder She lives down thar an everybody round yere is an eye on thet thar claim If hit pans out they want ter marry her but if hit dont pan out they dont want ter marry her cause the widder without a gold mine aint a payin investment Ole man Bungs thets him down yan der workin the claim thought thet he would play smart and git the in side track by offerin ter work the claim fer nothin But Im goin ter him The minute he yells throws up his hat Im goin ter fer the widder an Ive hit figgered out thet I kin git thar five minutes he does Youd better move on now stranger the ole man may smell a rat an not throw up his hat when he strikes hit rich I rode on and a short distance onI was hailed by another party Stranger said he how does the land lay down thar Are you after the widow also I asked You bet he answered slapping his leg Im keepin an eye on Jim Pig gans whos down thar in the grass Jes the minute thet I seejjim cinch up his belt Im goin ter male tracks fer the widders I rode on without meeting anyone else until I reached the house where the widow lived Here I discovered old man sitting upon a fence and who immediately inquired bow them thar critters were gettin on down I explained the situation to him and he shifted his position on the fence he said Wul hit wont do em any good Ive jumped the claim Me an the wid out an hit may not Hits 6 speculation But hang hit all Altaian has got ter take some chances he gits alongr In this world Detroit Free Press I 7 of t V I 4io tF ErO he Lxiiigton reform president association of71 opposition beginning Gov during himself exceedingly engaged considerable presence I keepin ule before further U hid in below Bas U married hours ago I l vrnteee rary ort o alit jtuz three Ill if c c j I 4k z 7 OF LEXINGTON KY Over 110OOOOO Paid in Maturities Over 4000000 Reserve and Surplus The Following Coupons Matured July 1898 Name Address PaidG o D Robertson Lexington 71iGeo D Robertson Lexington Ky 3050 Q3Geo D Robertson 295 WJsO Mrs S J Ky 34 50 7943Miss Ellen ODay Lexington 3150 7943Mrs A J Ky S450 7943Gee D Robertson Lexington Kv 27 50 61 85W C Nichols 3450 Talitha Heathman Lexington Ky 3350 Louis Samuel Ky St50 77WH A Welch Ky 2950 6 w Bnckner 3350Herman Lettenhouse Louisville ky 295oLena Fong Louisville Ky 3250R 3250Stevens Marshall Winchester Ky 3250 7432K J Dietrich Louisville Kv 3250 74tJohn L FLsher 50 74T2Flood Lexington Ky 3150 7ISOKate Young 3150 71 SO MM Lexington Ky 3150 7180Lillie B Ky 3150 71SO Porter Louisville Ky 3150Sallie Ky 2S50 6432J Lexington Ky iG50 5941Asa Dodge CDSA Powell Lexington Ky 3050 69VChas F Steinwehr 2950 6560Perry Crostwmtc Lexington Ky 2950 C6SOJ M and John Ky aiJW 5l 4tCarrie Louisville Ky 27V 6IS5Maggie D Curries 2650 5941Jackson N Middletowu Ky 2S5o WR F Johnson Baltimore Md 2X50 52D Burrier Ky 2550 KGood Lexington Ky 2750 CljiDr A P Ky 2BJVO 5941Anna Schmidt Louisville Ky 2650 5941Phil Rariclc Nicholasville Kv 250 5CD7 Louisville ky 2550 5CU7 2550 5S97C A Culver Louisville 225W 49 7 Sallie Sanders Louisville Ky 20 5204 Louisville Ky ijjio 1247J L Parker Somerset Ky 2J50 49 76 John Skain Lexington Ky 2050 450JJ M fc John SUiihi Ky 2050 4502Miss Alica Adams Lonisviila 2050 4502Amanda J Brittiugham Lexington Ky 1550 3 45 Mrs Hattie F Hecht 1950 Sue M Gentry Danville Ky 1950 Thomas L Given Ky 1750 SSJB Ky is50 40II Ford Lexington Ky 1750 08 KtV II Ford Lexington Ky 17J50 3S OS W II Ford 1750 380fRobert Wells GeoOgetowu Ky IG O SS t F Jomes Ravencraft Ky 15SO Maggie Smith Lexington Ky I25uE Danville 12X0T n ITv is rj The Morning Herald 1450 Miss AUDIt Knokle Lexington Ky 1450 Emil llhardt Ky iu 0 J S Chrsman Danville 14S 4 V B Cassidy Madisouville 0 n50 2447W J Loughridge Lexington Ky ij50E W LeCain Cincinnati O 12EO Mary Atkins Lexington Ky rj sroBurgIn n50 2447Victor S Lancaster Ky 1150 2447S Brown Lexington Ky 1250 JHTKU S Brown LexinTtou Ky 12 50 Kate SBrown Lexington Ky i2JXA S Bowman Ky nro 24 4S S Wells Georgetown n50 214T B Crutcher 1050 222Thos Cincinnati O 650 125 ThosA Ballantyue 0 t o 123Gulce Pool Lexington Ky 1150 214Shookntn Gulch Pool Ky 1150 Shooknm Gulch Pool Ky HJjfl 24J7Shookum Gulch Pool Lexington Ky iiro 24 4 Shooknm Gulch Pool Ky nx 2J4Shookum Gulch Pool Lexington Ky 1150 24 47S T Leavel Ky 1130 2447John Walsh Maysvllle Ky io50Hon P Lexington Ky 1050 John R Allen LexingtonKy 850 lAlice Nuss Ky 9 0 200Lewis Ky 10 0 2r Mrs Mattie Ky OBO 2R C Morgou Lexington Ky J50 1744Drake Mich y io A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary For particulars call on J C HenipMll local apt Lancaster Ky J9 utua1 Inv Co Ky3150 IJ ton NIcholas Ille 0 6 J r Il fJ ton E S IsoIU K 0 50 Tenn n e Reenhart C L Spangler J 1 Lltfou RIcker V 2e8p Ule 29o 2J 26fj9 21rt 1 fi K IA W C 2 Jobn C Ge r etown IlIc F Obi For p Fra MoD Fre Jo 3 J KaKa Sh outlieImn tmellt 7943 flI mai 1 Purcell ggie ak hn A 4247 asanit F 2669Purcell Lexington mia ell7emma tesoe te te ookum nee j 31 ho FOR SALE Two farms one 12 acres the other90 Good farming land comfortable convenient outbuildings give liberal terms to For partic ulars apply to II RIDGE 915 Murksbury Ky VALUABLE Garrard County Farm Sale As agent o the Mitchel BrcaJdus heirs Iwill on the roth OF SEPTE3IB at 10 oclock a m on time pnemises sell TERMS made known on day of sale This farm is situated one and onehalf miles from Lnucater on the Buckeye turnpikewith dwelling aud out The farm is in high state of cultivation all of it being ingrass except 40 acres it in corn This best watered farms in Garrard county I take pleasure in showing any one over the place at any time of sale W M BROADD17S Agt As agent of the Columbia Finance and Trust Company assignee of Commercial Building Trust Co of Louisville Ky I will on the 26th day of September 1898 at 10 oclock a m bafore the Court House in the town of Lancaster expose at public sale to the highest and best a treeof land in Gnrnird county Ky about 9 miles from Lancaster 7 from Danville ou the Fishers Ford Turnpike containing 94 ACRES with a Good House and other necessary improvements- Said land is in a good state cultivation 40 acres of which can go in wheat this full und the rest in Said land is known as the Jno L Smith farm TJSR3IS One third cash and balance iu one and two years equal payment with i per cent on defered payments from day of sale un til paid T B ROBINSON Agt Columbian Trust Co Assignee of Commercial Building Trust Captain I M Dunn Executors Sale As Executor of the late will of Wyatt Hughe decd we will on WEDNESDAY AUGUST sist iSgS sell to the highest bidder The Farm about two miles from Danville on the Pleasant Hill turnpike containing about The place the farms of J C Caldwell W T Robinson and others The place a 7room dwelling two barns and The soil is fertile in a high state of cultivation and splendidly wet credo Also at the same time the following PERSONALITY I brood mares and mule colts B head of fine work mules 4 milk cows and calve S5 head fine bogs GO acres of the held SI of in the stack a lot of nten1 1 buggy household and kitch furnitureThe be held on the premises and commence at 9 oclock a m TERMS The land will be sold for one third cash balance in two equal payments of one and two years with 6 per cent o terms Sums of 10 and under cash in10 three months time without Interest EPHRIAH HUGHES GEORGE HUGHES J B HUGHES Will D for pu h fumEK bcln ill PUDlia Sale Df Lad K f 810 ACRES contains necessary I farmfn personalhand- over Executors 1 is uses DAY comm es s R KINNAIRDS Insurance Agency Representing Over In the following Fire Insuranc Companies Etna of Hartford Queen of America National of Hartfort Phenix of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford North British and Mercantile Jeraun American of New York Liverpool and London and Globe- I also represent the old reliable New York Life insurance JHOODSURGEONDENTIST LANCASTER KY C Thompsons jewelry store Danville street Go on the DAPIUE STAGE LINE Lv LancasterS AM Ar Danville 10 30 yt Lv Danville 2 rji Ar Lancaster 4 0 PM Makes connection with 450 train for Richmond Can be found at Stodgiirs Stable or Clemens HoteL RAIL ROD TI3IE TABLES K C Branch Queen Crescent Route PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday Number C Daily except Sunday Number4 Dally Number 2 dont stop SOCTH BOUND Number 1 dont stop Number 5 Daily except Sunday Number 9 Number 3 Midnight flag GC9am pm34Sam 4U7pm 1142 a m 11 10 a m 7 5 1142 5O YEARS EXPERIENCE s5ocQ5oQc COMPANY T Omce over J l sonthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster II2 A X orthbnd Mixed 45J Pt atouthbndX p m p m k t kkAA4A TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac tlons on Patents scientific JlnericaN illustrated weekly Largest cbv caisSon of any scientific Terms 3 ayear four months f1 Sold by all newsdealers q is probably patentable Oldest for patents t o receive Aaan lun York BnaeIIa OMee P atWulablctoa C 01flb Asyomie sending a sketch id description may our opinion aninvention ient free securing Patents taken through settee ebarge In the I