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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, September 2, 1898. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1898 cen1898090201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, September 2, 1898. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 14 rai Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kjt at Second Class Matter c t JX i7MJR y he- yPUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAM CW Public Square and Danville AvenueJ 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 Col Stanford WI Williams Lancaster WELCH Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky All business attended to promptly j 4 J AIHaseloenl WG Welch WILLIAMS i BEAZLETB1UGHIAI FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky EMBALMING LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPIEMBS 2 1393 TERMS O SUBSORIITIOJT flMocr Ytir in AAv i s J IN AND ABOUT LANCASTERr Q i i t c ucoooou a cuooooeoooClHoCC MO WS 044 owJPtG0 44Gp60yPQ P600QOW00006404fi0003f vOQ3440340000d Ootoo00ooo040ao0so3 OOt906= Dig court is about over Smoke the Procter Knott Wanted veal calves H B Northcott S290 L X to Cincinnati turn Smoke Proctor Knott cigars and be happy Look at the Bluegrass Groceries at needles and oil a Thomp sons s Proctor Knott cigars make a The sick in the community are much better Get tickets for night trains on before starting Pure Homemade candies at Eilmins tons Bandy Kitchen Closing out sale of and shirt The best two horse wagon on the market at G S Games Queen Crescent low rates to Sept 3rd to Oth Lovers of a delicious smoke prefer the Proctor Knott cigar Nice farm of 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 We will give 9c per dozen for fresh eggs this week Blue Grass Grocery Low rates Cincinnati Queen Cres cent during G A P Encampment CincinnatiQueen Crescent low excursion rate G A R Eacampmeun at Cincinnati Ask your Agent Fur Sale Three shorthorn bull calves about one year old Geo T Evans Watermelons arc as thick on the streets as burrs on a sheeps back 10 cts for choice Unusually low excursion rate to Cin cinnati Queen Crescent Route to G A R Encampment Sept 510 Tickets sell September 3rd to 9lh cigar andre on page delicious afternoon waist sets at Thnmpsons is 1t C Sawing machinc smoke belts C Cincinnati Will pay lOc for fresh eggs for hens spring chix Oe for large 7c small young dux 4c old 3tu geese 2 b SOc II B Northcottiin Every ambitious young man should write now to RVSmith of the Commercial College of Kentucky Uni versity Laxicgton Ky for a circular of his College Prize Given The pants offrea to my customers last season were drawn by O G Speakes ticket The 101 tickets were placed in a box and one drawn out M D HUGHES Take the L N train direct from Lancaster to the G A R No change of cars You go right into the Cin cinnati union depot Round trip only 293 Ed A Dillehay agt of Danville is prepared to promptly fill orders for paving brick will sell in Danville at S050 or deliyer in Lancaster at 935 per thousand 29 The L N takes you direct from the Lancaster depot into the big Un ion Depot Cincinnati for ony 290 the round trip This rate only lasts a few days Big Crop Mr J F Cook raised on the Beaz lev farm near Preachersville 237 bush els of wheat on seven acres of ground This is one of the best crops we had heard of Will 15e Closed Our store will ba closed on Satur day the 17th and Monday the 20th Court Day on account of holidays Our friends desiring to make purchas and greatly oblige us J Jcsph tf Walloped A base ball nine came down from Richmond and completely mopped up the earth with a Lancas ter team Our boys could put up a good game if they would practice but they never do any work to get in shape Lieut Farms Illness The condition of Lieut John Farra is greatly improved since our last re port The fever is not of so bad a form as was first thought and by keeping quiet and having patience John soon be on foot for 5 ProW lrlck No Change of Cars es will please call these dates Saturday tic C S before R ED Y FOR YOUR FALL ORDERS represent the following uptodate tailors s1s T OUr Special Orner Lines Complete We M BOND CO Chicago GLOBE TAILOR ING CO Cincinnati 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 t Fine Workmanship end Fit Guaranteed Conic to us We will dregs you LOGAN ROBINSON LAMM uooooooeoeoocouoO 90CCUOOoooooo ooooeul correctly t- f rt t 33V A team of mules scared at a Wednesday ran away and knocke down a telephone pole The wire ecssed the telegraph lines and a mixture of telegraphy and cuss words crowded the local instruments all day Job When Doctor Kinnard contracted for the new walk on Depot street h thought it would be a small job Th grading however has turned out require much work To look at teams and men employed one would hnk Doc was building a Killed by Thresher JIarve Norris son of Levi Norris who resiles near Mt Hebron was in jured in Lower Garrard by a Tuesday from the effects of which died Wednesday The machines were passing through a gate und Norris wa caught between rtiem Ovcicoats I have the best line of samples Made and Tailor Made oer coats at living prices Young men under 33 breast measure can sav money by calling to see me Boy cohing and Gents Furnishing Goods at Philadelphia prices Fit or no pay M D HIJGIIKS Agent Chance for Photographs I will be in my Lancaster gallery the Thompson Building Monday Sept 5th and remain all week have cut the price on my gloss cab net from 00 to 1 93 Now if you want a dozen fine cabinets for S19J come on They will cost you 303 next trip as that is my regular price A J EARIStanford lung Jury The case against Wr nn charged with toll gate raidingtook up Monday and Tuesday in the circuit court The gate keeper swore he recognized Wrcnn on the night of the raid and a brother of Wrenn and another party swore Wreiin was at another place The jury stood seven for conviction and five for acquittal Several of Morgans men residing in Garrard have decided to accept the invitation extended them to b3 of the Ohio ravelry at Ohio They ask TUB RKCOUII to say to all who desire to go to meet at Hatchers shoe shop tomorrow Saturday at 3 oclock so formal plans can be made The trip will cost little or nothing and a glorious time is ahead A Hot Time A good friend of Toe RECORD reports that the tike walk at Dripping Springs Thursday night was a warm number in every way Five couples of dusky dudes and dude ins participated and the contest was cbs Perry Embry who waits tiblc at Crab Orchard Springs was getter up of the event A wagon load of Crab Orchard people under the tender cars of Col Wiil Brooks came over and enjoyed the event To the Ien Monkey John a nego boy well known about was given a couple of years in the penitentiary by a circuit court jury for stealing Tom Hammonds horse Monkey was sent to the pen a few years ago for stealing but the warden would not take him on account of his age Attorney Joe Haselden uade his maiden speech in defending the prisoner and but for his eloquence the jury would have hung and Joe too Pitiful Case An old blind negro comes here every day takes his stand on a promi nent corner and keeps up the most piti f jl noise by for aid Ilis lit tle spi eh is set to a doleful tune and the racet has gotten to be a nuisance to those having business on that side town The old felow makes it his business to attend all the neighboring courts lie should bj sent to the poor house or some of the numerous other institutions kept up for such cases General Greelys 378 Days of Death The true story of those 273 days of suffeing by Greelys heroic little band of explorers in the Arctic region has been told by General Greely him self for the first time for the October Ladies Homo Journal Per years Gen eral Greely has kept an unbroken si lence about his fearful experience and that of his companions as they dead one by one at his side and it was only after the greatest persuasion that the famous explorer was induced to write the story Brick Kiln A company has been organize 1 with Mr Ham Brown as yard manager into the brick manufacturing busi ness A lot has been secured in the Baker addition and operations at this writing are in active progress make and burn about 230003 brick and have them on the market during October Mr J C Heinphill is general manager and book keeper Those wanting bi ic c for side walks and other purposes can leave their orders with Mr First comes first served S II White Dead Capt White died suddenly a hisresidence in Rjchmonl Monday af ternoon He had been complaining for several ii was though Smash general humming telephone to the railroad he ady in I To Normans 3Ieu sts Cincinnati Monk y curt begging o dropped to- go companywill handcar Bib thrasher fo- R afternoon town doubtless The Hemp iilL Steve days but r k h t t rn YL wr w nothing serious was the matter Steve White was about forty years of age and had friends all ovar the state He was a bighearted honest gentleman and one who never turned a cold shoulder to a friend He was a prom inent Knight Templar and many mem bers of order attended the funer al services Irices and Quality I have 1000 samples for Fall and Winter Suits which are at the very lowest prices I make small profits in order to sell Tailor made suits as low as 1125 up to 30 Readytowear AIL wool suits from 750 to 18 Come and test the goods and compare prices and qualities and you will buy Thanking my old cus tomers I invite everybody to come to come to see me before buying- M D HUGHES Agent Onlya Little Light The Stanford Journal says THE RECORD is kicking for the electric lights to burn all night Not quite so bad as that brother We kicked until we got a decent train service and now all we want is a few gasoline lamps to light the streets from town to the de pot after the electricity is turnel off Anticipating the usual objections to any proposed improvements we mere ly said a word in advance Got any body in your town who kicks against any and every proposed improvement If so our prayers go up for you Little Child Dies Suddenly Sadie Emma the youngest child of Mr and Mrs Thomas J Hammond died at 4 oclock Monday morning She was barely thirteen months old and was an exceedingly bright child although she was never in perfect health She was the pet of the and idol her parents The grie stricken parent sisters and brothers among whom is Tommie an employee of this office have the of many friends in their great bereavement May they take comfort and consolation in the assurance that she is now in the arms of the Savior who spake as never man spake and who said Suffer little children to come unto me for of such is the king dom of heaven Holidays On the 17th of this month falls the Jewish New Year nG38 The meaning of this da as described in the Bible is The Day of Memorials 2Gth is the Day of Atonement On this day the Jews forgive all the enemies they may have made during the pas twelve months and spend the day in prayer for forgiveness of their sins Mr Jacob Joseph of this city tells us that all his people are strict in the ob servance of both these days They close their places of business and un der no state of case will attend to any business matter Mr Joseph is one of the most zealous followers of his we ever saw If all other people came as near living up to the teaching of the old Bible as do is Mr J this would be a far better world Old Nidi to Celebrate The good people of Nicholasville are making great preparations for their Centenial which will be celebrated on the 10th of this month The citizens of both town anl county have gone to work to make the day one never to be forgotten Special trains will run on both railroads and it is anticipated that more people than ever gathered at a county seat will be in Nicholas ville that day J he parade will be the leading feature and every business in the county will be represented of the most prominent speakers in Kentucky will be on hand and after the big barbecue oratory of the finest quality will be on tap The women folks have taken charge of the dinner and its safe to predict that everything goof to eat will be in abundance Garrard county should send over a big delegation and help our sister county maKe merry For socability pretty women clever men and a hearty welcome Nicholasville takes the cage and the writer of this article is never so happy as when within her wide open gates Ou to Cincinnati Beginning tomorrow the 3H the L N will sell tickets to Cincinnati and return for 2 93 on account of the great G A R meeting You can leave Lan caster on the 3 a m train and get to Cincinnati at 73 Raturningyou leave Cincinnati at p m and get to Lancaster at 12 midnight Tickets will be limited to continuous passage in each direction going journey to commence oa date of sale Tickets will be good for return with out Vali lation leaving Cincinnati not earlier than September 5 nor later than September 13 1803 By dep ing tickets with the Joint Agent at Cincinnati Mr R G Stevenson 119 East Firth Street between September 5 and 9 both dates inclusive and pay fee of twentyfive cents per tcket at time o deposit an of return limit to leave Cincinnati later than October 2 13J3 niiy be obtained Tickets so deposited will b executed by the Joint Agent when withdrawn frqn the Agency and will bi honorel for cpntinous return leaving only upon date of execution Special Tctcets will furnished you As the agent does not meet the night trains it is necessary bay ticket the afternoon before starting t I that o sympathies j he religion I I 73 passage sit of no b ti offered household Several ti meat extension passage Cincinnati jlI X A I J X X X We are receiving new PALL and WINTER GOODS 8 Stock will COMPLETE Ifi or Ten Days X J X IVJi ILOGAN DRY GOODS CO l 1t AUTUMN 0- SQ q 2 be WEEK p iIlto 1si fall Announcement The old reliable firm of Wanamaker Brown have put out their AM wool samples and defy competition in prices and quality I also have sam ples from UesbeckerBlock Tailoring Company of Buffalo New York and Howard Tailoring Company of Chica go They have new and exclusive styles for fine Tailoring the latest and most approved designs and weaves in Woolens and guarantee perfect satisfaction in fits Workmanship Come and get prices and examine goods M D HUGHES Agt Kicking Without Cause That some of the sick soldiers have been neglected during the recent war there is no doubt but because some regiments have been guilty of such oversights is no reason why all should come in for censure We have seen several statements recently which cast reflections on the Second Ken tucky We have talked to a great many in a position to know and visited the camp not long ago The universal opinion of those un prejudiced is that the men of this regiment are given treatment far above the average in army service Col Gaither is a man who will toler ate no shirking of duty and knowing him as we do we feel safe in saying that no surgeon would dare nejriect a patient in Col Gaithers regiment As a matter of course the sick are not given the nursing they would receive at home such a thing is impossible A soldier in camp cannot expect to be fed on all the delicacies of the season We would have no object in trying to cover up any cversight of Col Gaither but knowing him to be a strict dicipli narian a typical soldier and every inch a gentleman we dislike to see statements going the rounds calculated to place blame on him which in reality not exist Will Dunlap KeturiiH It may be that some people have been given bigger receptions in point of numbers but we doubt exceedingly if a received a warmer or more enthusiastic one than did Will Dunlap at the Lancaster depot Friday night That afternoon his mother re ceived a telegram announcing his Men and boys about town soon learned the news and it was decided to meet Will with open arms The train does not arrive til 1220 and j st as the big town clock pealed forth the midnight hour the Lancaster band started for the depot playing a lively air Fully twothirls of Lancasters men women and children gathered station and when the gallant sol I I trimmingand intact by ever h L C flow coming ate Y Y raged uniform alight el from the train a grand rush was made for him Had he been a brother of each present he could not have been caressed more foully Hobson with his greatly advertised kisses was not in it to Will The fellow not knowing of the arrangement was really excited and at first could not get it clear in his cranium as to what was up After the great racket had subsided Letcher Owsloy got out his foghorn voice and made a soulstir ring speech Letcher is a good at all times but he fairly outdid himself that night At one time he would hive the hot tears trickling down the cheeks of those present and next he would have them yelling At the conclusion of the speech Dunlap was placed in a carriage beside his mother and a great procession headed by the banJ marched to town On the square a general handshaking took pac and poor Will was almost pulled t pieces by admiring friends It will be remembered that Dunlap was in the Gth Regular Cavalry who with the Hiih Infantry made the great charge at Sin Juan lIe was taken to Montauk Point L and got thirty days furlough to come home and see his mother He is about 2o years old and is the only son of Mr John Dun lap dtcJ and a grandson of Hon Geo W Dunlap who was one of the iu Kentucky Young was in Kansas at of the war enlisted as a private to tight for the lljg of hU country He looks a little the worse for wear but is rapidly getting back into perfect health We lops to give some of his experiences in next issue of THE RECORD The Union Meeting will be held at at the Presbyterian church Sunday night Attend these meetings they will do you good I The Royal is the highest grade baking powder j fcMwtu Actual tests shew it third further thaa aoy otter bread dier clad in a compared I prominent lawyers ani goes o speaker most beginning oOYA nv b4KIN POWDER AllsIIIItIIY Pure ROYAL MK1Na POWDER co HEW r- YOa6 y l ti CENTRAL RECORD WEEK By IO VIS ZAXDRAX Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY EVERY TLRM9 ONE YFAB IN ADVANCE 100 50- THBE 25 r SIX MONTUS FRIDAY September 2 1898 WHY not annex the Philippines and then draft the to go there keep order and look out for the welfare of the islands generally Tits people are taking sides with Miles in his controversy with sec rotary of war Alger Miles is a train oil educated soldier while Alper is a political pothunter Thats the dif ference between the two men Wide it TUB politicians bless their hides are lilts cats on first one side and then the other of the annexation Of course their only object is to on the most popular side and as the problem is a knotty one it keeps them dropping about like a cuss word on a hot skillet IT took just thirty minutes all told for the republican convention to nom lion Geo M Davison for con The meeting was called to by the chairman lIon W J Wile more at Danville Tuesday morning lion John W Yerkes was chosen for temporary chairman and made a rous i ig speech Air Michi gan now t will return and make a vigorous campaign TIll magazines have commenced tell ing how the Rouirh Riders and Ted dy Roosevelt whipped the Spaniards these windy articles are the chief enemy such fellows went to war the public may look them thick and fast One magazine has ma ny pictures showing charges made all of which reminds a fellow of the old yellow back dime novels we all read when young The illustrations were no doubt dawn to order COL W II ZIEGLEK candidate for congress on the Prohibition ticket in this district was in town this week and made our sanctum a pleasant call Col Zeigler resides at Union Mills an exceedingly pleasant and bar3 all the marks of gentleman He will stump the district and hopes to not only bring out the full vote of his party but win more voters to his side of the house A preacher came to a newspaper this way You editors dare not tell the truth If you did you could not live your newspaper would be a urn The editor replied You and the minister who will at all times and under all circumstances tell the truth about his members dead or alive will not occupy his pulpit more than one Sunday and then he will find it nscjssiry to leave town in a hurry The pros and pulpit go hand in hand wash brushes and pleasant words magnifying little virtues into big ones The pulpit the pen and the grave stone are the great saint making triumvirate Ev THE Czar of Russia has startled the word just as war between England and Russia was supposed to be immi ncnt by proposing a conference of all the powers to consider the question ot the disarming of Europe and reaching an agreement that will insure peace The proposition is in the shape of an official manifesto issued by the Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs in which the evils of the pres cut European system are strikingly portrayed and the horrors of the consequence deplored The proposition has aroused great interest in all the European capitals and the trend of the discussion in London and Paris is favorable to the plan Opin ion as to the outcome of the move is divided Such an agreement could surely cause no harm and would more than likely result in much good Tire papers are filled with charges and counter charges as to who is to blame the many blunders made du ring the recent war They may fume and cuss all they want to but when the whole thing is boiled down to the naked truth it will be found the was caused by the numbskull and political wirepullers important positions for which they were totally incompetent All the trouble at Santiago was brought about Ly tin generals who were there to gain distinction and nothing Washington old saddlebags Alger was legging constantly to strengthen his candidacy for the Presidency He dont know as much about warfare as does a hog about holiday and the way he hampered the army was disgusting in Gan Miles has a jui cy roast laid away for Alger and when he gets a chance it will bs served the secretary in the best of style the hospitals in the volunteer the politician sawbones did the best they knew how perhaps but the chan ces are ten to one some of them had never attended a case Politics is a bad thing to get into any kind of business but more especially that of war Had men been appointed on their professional instead of political merits all this trouble would have been avoided For broken surfaces sores insect btes burns skin diseases and especi ally 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 Witts Witch Hazel Salve Stormes Drug Store 1m e T annexationists Gen is t question fires Davls n is in A a t r conversationalist atypical withwhite universal inevitable for trouble politicians given I theextreme beore j1 roping get Hate order for His main aright t me- At j cam t 3 ire re toPs MARKSBURY W G Aldridge has rented his farm to Chas Burdette for 425 Mr J T Cecil is erecting residence on the land recently purchased from Mr J C Boner The Ladies Aid Society of the Fork Church will give a supper at Mr Fred Kempers Friday evening Sept 2 Ad mission 25ct Severrl days ago while Mr John Royston was driving near Bryantsville the horse became frightened at some goats and threw him out It was thought that he killed but Dr Armstrong came his injuries were not serious Mr Royston is now able to be out Mr Willie Clyde Hughes is quite sick at this writing Miss Aggie Bourne of Bettis visited Miss Susie Sutton last week Mrs George Dur ham has been quite ill for several days Mr Alfred Boner of Danville visited his parents Mr and Mrs J C Loner Sunday Mr and Mrs Taylor Burdette of Stanford visited Miss Ruth Aldridge last Saturday and Sunday Rev W M Kuykendall accompanied by Rev J C Mays left Tuesday to the association at Stanford Miss Lula Simpson entertained a few friends Monday evening Miss Lelia Bixler of Salvisa is the guest of her niece Miss Sallie Lou Myers Mrs Bowen Fox and Mrs John Woods of Danville spent Tursday with Mrs M F Rout Misses Sadie Menzies Minnie and Dixie Kemper and Mrs Sallie Menzies visited Mrs Lizzie Rice of Hedgeville and attended a supper at Hubble last week More than twenty million free sam ples of DeWitts 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 LOWELL Eld Geo Gowen preaches at Val nutta Sunday at 3 oclock p m Protracted meeting begins at Mt Tabor Baptist Church the first Sunday in September Mrs E E White is quite ill at this writing Mrs Annie White of Adams Ind is visiting her parents Mr and MrsIstrh Cumley The many friends and admirers of Misses Annie White and Ella Hender son are pleased to know that they are recovering from a severe attack of typhoid fever The W C T U held a meeting at Walnutta Church Sunday night con ducted by Mrs Overly Miss Maggie Wilcox read an interesting paper on Juvenile Work Mrs Elkin of Lan caster delivered an excellent address which received frequent applause Short addresses were made by Rev Echols Bailey and Ziegler The choir rendered beautiful and appropriate music for the occasion The church was crowded and many had to stand outside Twelve names were added to their number and a collection of S227 taken up for the benefit of the W C 1 U May the good work go on Truth wears well People have learned that Little Early Risers are reliable little pills for regnJ lating the bowels curing constipation and sick headache They dont gripe Stormes Drug Stare 1m BRYANTSVILLE The William Dunn farm was sold to Mr J II Easly on the 10th inst Price 24 11 per acre Mr S N Stedman sold his house and one hundred acres of land to Mr Spears of Jessamine county Mr Stedman will erect a cottage on his remainng farm Bro Allen filled his regular appoint ment at Pleasant Grove Sunday and delivered an excellent sermon on The Parable of the Vinyard Mr M Mullins is slowly improving after a severe illness of fever Mrs John Lcavell and daughter Miss Ella of your city visited Mr Rcbard Ballard last weep Miss Mittie Dunn spent Saturday and Sunday with her moth er Mr Joe Davis and sister and Miss Ada Broils of were the pleasant guests of Miss Lonla Burke the latter part of last week Mr and Mrs John Bryant and little son Joe visited in Danville Monday Miss Alice Dunn returned to Danville Sun day aftes a pleasant weeks visit to friends and relatives Will Marks bury and Dick McGrath two of the Second Kentucky Regiment boys are home once more shaking hands with friends and relatives Mrs J Haselden accompanied by Mrs Oscar Tillett and S G Haselden of your city visited Mrs A Haselden MondayWhen you call for DeWitts Witch accept anything else Dont be talked into accepting a substitute for piles FLATWOOD Miss Jennie Scott is confined to her room with fever Little Arch Miller is on the sick list The singing at Lawsons Chapel is progressing and is well attended The extreme heat has been very for a few days but we have been bountifully repaid by the refresh frig showers which we have been the recipients of during that time Mr Robert Eiwards who has been one among the patriots during the cry of war home on a furlough much to the delight of his many friends Miss Melissa B Furr and her cousin Mr Clyde McCarty attended church at church Sunday and called on the Misses at Sweeney ot1nd attend DaWittd Perryville Raymond Hazel Salvo the great pile cure DrugStore unpleasant isat Morgan way and don t Planters RheuCuts CUBAN O1Lc Bmises mausm and Sores Price 25 centsI pisf A Card ham the Trustee la its last weeks issue THE states editorially that Prof Patterson bought out Prof Go wens right to oc cupancy of the Graded School building We are sorry to say that Prof Gowen sold that which he did not own and Prof Patterson paid that to which he his been entitled free since about the fist of June 1S9S at the of the last scholastic year Prof Gowen in a card in the previous is sue of TUB RECORD claimed the right to hold the residence portion of the school building until the 12th of Sept 1898 because throe years ago on that date he entered it Oa reading his card our secretary sent Prof Gowen a oi the under which he taught our school and occupied the residence belonging to the Graded School building The contract can be jean at the secretarys office and is that the term of the Graded School is fixed at nine months and the salary of the principal at eight hundred and fifty dollars85300 and house rent for the ensuing scholastic year Prof Gowen accepted the principalship un der this contract The schoolastic year his always ended not much if any later than the first of June each year and we believe a little earlier than that date in 1S93 so that Prof Gowens time of occupatcy of the building was known by him to be out at the closeof the last scholastic year under the contract and on the princi ples common sense and the fitness of things At the time the copy of the contract was sent the same the Secretary sent a dispatch just then received from Prof stating that Ve will be ii Lan caster tonight Prof Patterson came in that but coud not get the building until he agreed to pay Prof Gowen fifteen i5 dollars As this was a very unfair charge against Prof Patterson the Hoard will reimburse him Prof Gowen assumed last spring that we did want him for the scholastic year when al the teachers who applied were employed for the coming session and he rushed into print several times But his wouldbe crushing broadsides were so silly and the distinguished kicked himself out so completely that we treated him with the silence which he deserved Now however as TIlE RECORD makes a statement of the fact founded of course on a misstatement made to it we ask sp ice for this cor rection Theo Currey Wm Herndon B F Hudson W L Williams William Ward L Y Leavell Months of neglect cannot be over come by feeding a few doses of the remedy after hogs are past help and make extra flesh by feeding Dr Haas Hog Remedy in time and according to directions For sale by J M Higginbotham 1m McCREARY Will pay highest market price in cash for eggs poultry and butter CARRIE HAKDIX John W Pubes of Chickamauga is at home on a furlough Misses Stella ani Minnie Broaddus leave this week to enter school at Midway Misses Minnie Pherigo and Alice Sadler spent last week visiting Kirksville friends W T Pherigo and family attended the Baptist Association in Stanford Mr and Mrs John Lackey started Monday to Texas to visit son Mr Wesley Lackey Miss Sallie Naylor of Danville is with her parents Mr and Mrs J P Taylor Miss Myrie Sanders visited Miss Emma Grow and attended Camp Meeting at Three Forks Sugar Creek last week Mrs Mary Coley of Richmond was the guest of relatives here last week Messrs Logan Ham and Porter Wearen attended the Russel Springs Mrs R W Dunn has returned home to Miiledgoville after spending a week with her brother E W Law less Mrs A S Jennings and little daughter Miss Clio are in Spence county visiting relatives Mr Sutton has returned from a trip in the northern part of the state AstuVLorn 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 Drug Store im CARTERSVILLE C S Roop our carpenter has to build a five room cottage and out buildings at Bryantsville for Mr Stedman 2If you need a Buggy Surrey Rjad wagon or any kind of vehicle you will do well to see and get price from J B Conn of this place J B Conn carries the largest and cheapest lines of Casket Shrouds c to be found in the country Also furnishes hearse when desired Can furnish from this place or from Moores Co Paint Lck J B Conn is prepaired to build smoke stacks and engine boiler of all discription Guns sewing machines in fact that is cut of repair Get his price Also handles Harness Saddles Hardware etc Mrs J B Carter is vary sick Born to wife of George W Conn a bouncing girl weighing 9 12 pounds Also on the 27th inst born to wives of Bill Anderson and John Clark girl babies Died on the 28th inst James King of paralysis James Smith who was in jurad sometime ago is improving W L Allen is building a store house and will soon be ready new lines of goods DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo has the largest sale of any Salve in the world This fact and its merit has led people to attempt to counterfeit it Look out for the man who attempts to deceive you when yon call for DeWitts Witchlffazel Salve the great pile Stormes Drug Store 1m RECORD for termination contract of andaccompanying night coming p ofessor Avoidrisk air Morgan business contracted machines revolvers anything new todisplay copy Patterson not 4 dishonest coca r way SWEENEY J H Thompson sold to Josiah 30 sheep at 375 a head Mrs O B Perkins has purchased a handsome phaeton from W J Romans LancasterMisses and Olie Daderar of Flatwood and Miss Nannie Dudderar a charming young lady of Stanford attended Sunday school at Beazleys school house Sunday O B Perkins sold to S Morgan hogs averaging 200 lbs at 3 l2c and 5 heifes 3 12c 2 cows at 45 33 steers averaging 875 lbs at 3 12 its 50 lambs at 4 l2c and 25 old sheep at 312 12 per hundred also sold to Jim Bourne 2 cows at 00 3 sows and 35 pigs at 30 and bought of E P Hildreth of Tenn 27 head of yarling cattle at 3 l2o and engaged more from same party to be delivered in September at 4c also bought of J Roberts 4 yearlings at 19 per head and 2 cows at 42 You invite disappointment when you experiment DeWitts Little Early are pleasant easy thorough little pills They cure constipation and sick headache just as sure as you take them Stormes Drug Store 1m DEFYING DEATH Sergeant Spears Tells a Thrilling Story of the Assault at San Juan Hill The Lexington Press Transcript prints the following But for the gallantry and dashing charge led by Captain W C McFar land of Company E Sixteenth up San Juan hill the battle tiago would not have been rily ended remarked Sergeant C M Spears of Company B of the same regiment Mr Spears resolved his dis charge after three years service and left Santiago on August 1 for his home in Lexington His account of the threw days fighting and the surrender of Gen Toral on July 3 makes inter esting reading and fills in some not hitherto published On the morning of July 1 the order was given for a general advance on the Spanish works The Sixteenth Infantry Gen Hawkins formed the center and the entire line reached from the ocean on the left around to El Caney on the right and beyond Santiago Af ter an interesting description of how they cut their way through the under brush and cactus for about three miles and waded the San Juan river under the fire of Spanish sharpshooters Mr Spears tells of the a 1 assault Grimes battery of threeinch field guns was located on a hill to the rear of the Sixteenth and about two miles from the Spanish entrenchments As soon as the open ground was reached this battery shelled the blockhouse on San Juan hill and the troops deployed right and left into line of battle and rapidly advanced Here it was that Capt McFarland rushed to the front and sword in hand urged his men up the hill under a withering fire When about fifty yards from the blockhouse a shell from Grimes battery exploded right over Capt McFarland Ord Sergeant Spears Sergeant Boone Corporal Fleming and Private Goade who were some distance in of the others Lieut Ord was knocked down and Captain McEarland was struck in the head and fell for ward the blood streaming from his wound Sergeant Boone rushed to him and helped him to bind up his head is known as the bandage They were standing in wild grass up to their necks and the in charge of the battery could not distinguish them even with their glass es McFarland sprang to his feet and put his hat on his sword and waved it to notify the battery to cease firing All of this was in a perfect rain of Mauser and it is a mystery that all of this gallant band was not killed Ihev cut the barbed wire fences with their sword bayonets and drove the Spaniards from the killing and wounding all of them who had not retreated to the block house Lieut Ord had the guns and sidearms removed from the wounded and while looking after their wounds was shot by a wounded Spaniard who was leaning against a tree a few feet away Sergeant Spears turned and killed the Spaniard as Ord placing his hands to his head staggered away steps and fell dead Private Fleming of company wounded and Sergeant Boone carried him to the rear and dressed his wouud Capt McFarland orJered guns to the front and four of them were dragged to the top of the hill by the soldiers of the Sixteenth and opened fire on nearly 10000 Spanish reinforce ments who were rushing up the side of the hill from their second line of works about 500 yards away By this time the rest of the troops who opened such a galling fire all along the line that the enemy were mowed down by the hundred Nearly 2000 Spaniards were killed here and was practically captured altho the fighting continued until Sunday morning about 12 oclock when the flag of truce was raised During all this fighting Capt McFarland never left the firing line and while his men r 4 at 5 Risers Infantry ofSan so sum ua incidents under fin Lieutenant advance withwhat eire officers bullets trenches several Awas the gatling opposite Santiago Anderson genc were dying in the trenches at night he went back to the made repeated trips carrying a gunny sack of canned goods on his shoulder to his company He lost all but two of his noncommissioned officers and 35 per cent of his company were killed woundedThe Infantry has nothing but praise for all their line officers and all unite in giving Captain McFar land great credit for the splendid way he led the charge that practically the fate of Santiago Van Dorn of company H Sixteenth Infantry planted the first flag on San Juan lulL Every man who has been mentioned in this short sketch from Capt McFar land down are too modest and to press their own claims for recognition but it is nothing butright that while others are being so favora bly mentioned that a plain unvarnish ed statement of the truth be told Honor to whom honor is due whether it be rank or file When a yery army officer in Washington saw Sergeant Spears discharge he said Young man if you can get two or three Senators to indorse you I can put shoulder straps on you today Sergeant Boone of Wichita Kansas seemed to bear a charmed life He was in the thickest of the fight and one of the first to reach the trenches He helped his Captain to dress his wound and carried his comrade Flem ing to the rear after the death of Lt Ord Captain McFarland slept in the trenches with his men He did not even have a He did not go to the hospital and refused to come north after the surrender until his men could come with him His thirty years of service expired on July 2nd of this year Spears description of the bombardment of Santiago and of the exchange of Hobson which in full view of the San Juan block house is interesting He does not think much of the Cubans and says they steal just because they can and take things for which they could have no possible use A CRITICAL TIME During the Battle of Santiago SICK OR WELL A RUSH NIGHT AND DAY The Packers at the Battle of Santiago de Cuba were all Heroes Their Heroic Effects in Getting Ammuni tidn and Rations to the Front Saved the day P E Butler of packtrain No 3 writing from Santiago De Cuba en July 23d says We all had diarrhoea in more or less violent form and when we landed we had no time to see a doe tor for it was a case of ruse and rush night and day to the troops sup plied with ammunition and rations but thanks to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy we were able to keep at work and our health in fact I sincerely believe that at one critical this was the indirect saviour of our army for if the packers had been unable to work would have been no way of getting supplies to the front There were no roads that a wagon train could use My comrade and myself had the good fortune to lay in a sup ply of this medicine for our packtrain ore we left Tampa and I know in four cases it absolutely saved life The above letter was written to the manufactures of this medicine the Chamberlain Medicine Co Moines Iowa For sale by R E McRoberts Farmers Insure The Kentucky Growers Insurance Company in which the formers of Gai rard county are so largely interested held its annual meeting at Lexington Ky Tuesday Aug 16 The Legisla tive Board is composed of W P C x of Anderson county D W Dunn Boyle A J Gorham Fayette Sidney Bedford Franklin G T Higginboth am Garrard A L Chtisman Jessa mine J K Baughman Lincoln A II Vanhook Mercer J A Logan Shel by C S Williams Yloodford togeth er with the Executive Board compos ed of J E Delph President R B Ken dall Secretary L P S urr J D Hin ton W H Warren and J Bosworth 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 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 Higgjnbotham Marcel lus chairman county Board Jesse Doty agent Hiattsville F B Kemper agent Marcellus or write the home office UFO Short St Lexington Ky for circulars or information R B KENDALL Geni Manager 2t Lexington Ky commissaryand settled unassuming prominent occurred Dos I I shelter half kee now e School BooksT MoRoberts DrugStore books taken in A Old 6 exchange r Is the place to get the best as well as the freshest groceries in town and are selling them less than ever known You are invited to come and see for your self Our goods go to the consumer direct not loaded with profits of the drummers the jobbers the wholesale dealers and a STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS does away with boots book keepers bad debts and the say ings in all these enables us to Sell Cheaper Than Otliers- We have also received an elegant line of bisque figures and give a ticket with each purchase of goods A certain number of these tickets entitles you to a pair free Call and see them BLUE GRASS GROCERY C0- E1PH P MGR JKO BStcut lard broizz Stationery Paints Oils Etc DANVILLE KENTUCKY lfiBLUfiiA ioiY 1 i12 j lJ1 1 E Lillard L 7 LE A DIN II 0 RUG GIS T S J ijr 1fI it ft iI L t 1 a 2 I 1t 9 f y i q BROWN f I W lI cI 1 p ORGANIZED 1883 C ITIfflS NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER FT Capital Surplus Fund 100000 15OOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed 1 M HIGOINBOTHAJI resident LEWIS Y LEAVJSLL VIcePresIdent B F HUDSON Cashier W O SIGNET Assistant WALKEB Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JMHlGQINBOTHAM LEWIS TLEAVBL- LJS JOHNSON TMAKNOLD H CABNOLD JB HUDSON ALKI GIBBS JJ WALKEB JACOB Y ROBINSON Cashr- C D B F NATIONAL BANK Z493 THE CAPITAL 20000000 OP SURPLU 650000 LANCASTER KY ARDENNT President JNO E STOBMES Vice President Cashier J F ROBINSON JB Assistant Cashr Bookkeeper R T Exact Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS SamIDCocnran Jas Spllman Alex R Dennr A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson J no E Stormes WK H KINNuRD S C DENNY r THE SUPERIOR Steel Frame rIn 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 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 want the best Disc DriU made buy the Superior G S GAINES Agt Lancaster Ky Disc rill SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO OF NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton igtsi Office over Post Office Lxxc 19TSR KENTUCKY fJ3 BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth filled and extracted pain Crown and specialty Office overT S Elkitid meat shop in the new Thompson building Bring us your Job Printing FIRK and LIFE 1v IN8URANi1 I r without Bridge- Work a ta 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 DiseaseF- orthe speedy and permanent cnre tetter rheum and eczema Cham berlains Eye and Skin Ointment i without an equal It relieves the itch and almost instantly aui its continued use effects a permanent cure It also cures itch itch scald head sore nipples itching piles hands chronic sore eyes and granulated lids forhorsesand vermifuge Price 25cento Soldby RE McRoberts Druggis Lancaster I 4 M L T i 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 1O OverSome of our 12 1350 1500 and 1650 Suits now for 1 O NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH BARGAINS BE OFFERED Fine Straw Hats 50c on 100 Negligee Shirts Stacy Adams Fine Shoes Suits made to order in Danville COME AND SEE OUR SUITINCS AND WORK A ET i LT a TID ESSZ TO J L Prohman Co Telephone 136 Danville Ky J MOST THING HAY 7W SHOP OLE P d THE G LOB E it iiii TI TRUTH IS THE YALUABL WE Saved Times 4 mm New Firm NOEL SISTERS Having bought Mrs Hardens stock of Millinery will continue the business at the same stand Will a Large and Select line of goods with prices to suit all CLOSE FIGURES FOR CASH We kindly solicit a con tinuation of the patronage of her customere also of our old customers Miss Lula Graham will hays charge of the trimming room Millinery l 0 car CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY September 2 1898 PERSONAL NOW OPEN Sjyi s s vtvv vv x vvv vw COOL S EXHILARATING w RESTFUL Mrs James Dillon is visiting Star ford relatives Miss P arl Hill is visiting relatives in Danville and Burgin Miss Carrie Currey is spending the Harrodsburg Miss Daisey Collier of Danville has been visiting Annie Hill Mrs M D Hughes is visitiffg Mrs Mount in La Grange Ky Miss Lena Bright has returned from a visit to Lexington relatives Miss Nellie Dillon is spending a few days with relatives in Stanford Miss Katie Simpson is in Crab Orch ard visiting Miss Lizzie Simpson Miss Lizzie Simpson is visiting Mrs U D S mpson at the Mason Hotel Mrs Harry Hyde of St Louis Mo is visiting her sister Mrs Susan Price Mrs John Rose of Louisville is vis iting her tistcr Mis Moody Harden Mrs John Baughman of Riehmo id has been the guest of Airs E Mor row Mr Harry Wherritt of Richmond has been visiting U Wherritt and familyMiss AltaBettis has returned to Garrard after a visit to Miss Lottie Belts Dr W N Bush entertained the Lan caster physicians at an elegant dinner SundayMiss Mary Gill is expected home this week from several weeks visit to Barbourville Little Dora and Allene Maloney of Craig of Va are viiiting Dr James Grants family Misses Laura and Luvenia Pope their brother in Illinois for a days last week Mrs Haynes of Ronceferte West Va is the of her brother Dr James Grant Mrs Lizzie Best and daughter Liz zie left Wednesday for their future hcme in Rpley Tenn George E Harden will attend the meeting of Railway Mail Clerks at Nashville next week Mr and Mrs John Lacey of Mc AMUSEMENTS c GOOD LIVING For terms address Gus Hofmann I J 5 j j J I E 5 OOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOO OOOOOOB weeka W W Lower visited annual Orchard Springs 7 m r J S MUSIC Propr W L000000001000000000 i i r j 1 L fatV Alice 0 great I I I r 1 Crab i i f W 1 M 4 Creary have gone to Texas to spend the winter with their son Mr and Mrs A II Rc hiva tame 1 from an extended tour through Tennessee and Kentucky MesJarnes Mattie Baughman and George Robinson of the Bend are spending this week at Dripping Miss Leila Bryant and neice Miss Bertie McCampbell o Danville have Mrs Eliza George who has been visiting her father and mother in Bristol Tenn has returned home John Johnson of Monticello is his many friends in this Johnnie is a favjrite in Lancaster W J Kianaird is at home from lie was accompanied by his frieLd Mr Baird of Louisville Miss Maybel Royston has returned rom a very enjoyable tour weeks visit to Louise Parks of MiQdles boro Mrs J M Logan and two sons Cos by and Van are vis ting her sister Mrs J P in Covington this weekCharley Walker has been quite low from fever is improving rapidly aud it is b lie v d he whl soon be on toot again Mr Wade Bush gave an enjoyable hayride evening in honor of Miss Mary Eun of Sanlore1 and Mr Moritz 01 tit Lous MUs Mattie Elkin entertained a few friends Wednetdjy evening in honor of Mr Wade Bush and his friend Mr Moritz of fct Louis Mrs D B Wilson of Wash aLd Miss Mary E of PyjweS stare Casey county are Visit ing Mrs W 1 Jaivis this week Mr and Mrs John Wood Miss Wood Mr and Mr Jeff T Dann ann master Jack Dunn returned Wednesday rom Dripping Springs J M Logan has gone to the cities to complete his fall aud wiater Look cut for a nice assortment of dy goods notions c on his return Ihe m my friends of Miss Graham will bi uelijhted to learn that will n charge of the trimming depart meat at Koel Sifters new Millinery store The Tates Creek Baptist Association is in session at Stanford commencing Tuesday Aug 3Jth continue three days Quite a number of our citizens attended Corporal Harry Robinson while is gaining ground slowly Hs fever is of the most stubborn typo and while he is in no immediate danger he remains quite ill Lieut Claude Wherritt was at home on Luuuess Saturday and Sunday Shorty is in splendid health and in his brown duck service uniform looks every it c i a soldier Mr Wm Wherritt of New Orleans ii visiting his parents Mr and Mrs W H Wherritt Billy is looking well he likes the very much He is with the L N Mrs Bloch and daughter Miss Ber ihf of New Orleans Mrs E G Dick and daughters Misses Helen aud Jean of Cub Orchard were visitors in this last Friday Misses Liiz e and Mattie Thompson are entertaining a gay at their home on Danville Ave ihose present are Misses Maggie Bright of Stanford Alma Lear of Paint L ct and Nell Bourne of Lower Garrard Mr stud Mrs W B Jarvis were recipients of a haxdiome dinner set on the 21tb given in honor of sixth 5 I r been visiting Lancaster relatives visiting 1iddle bro Mi s and er Moody Leaven worth E lis Josephine purchases v improving andsays south t city partY the the ci w who spa S house f Ptey anniversary of their marriage by Mrs Mary E Baker of Springfield 0 Chas II Jarvis of Galden Luke North Dakota G II and J L Jarvis of Uedgeville Gov W 0 Bradley made a flying business trip to Lancaster this week Miss Rella Arnoll entertained tl e younger set last Tnrsdiy evening in honor of Misses Emma and Eddie Wy aft of Lexington Musc games and delicious refreshments were among the pleasures of the evening THE RECORD office was honored Mon day by a call from oar former corres pendent Miss Malissa B Furr Miss Furr teaches in Indiana and is at pre sent visiting her parents at Fiat Wood S ic returns to Indiana in about two weeks Jaf rmation has been received by Lancaster relatives that Herndon Young who was with Rosevelts Rough Riders is at Mt Sterling very ill of fever He starts i to Lancaster and stopped in Winchester to visit his Grandfather Young We regret v ry much to announce that Mr George R Harden and his ex celleut family will shortly move to Cincinnati to make their home Mrs Harden has been engaged in the mil finery business here for a number of years and by her fair dealing keeping uptodate stocks has won many friends among the ladies We wish Mr and Mrs Harden much in their new home MORE LOCAL Mr and Mrs Jjhn Lackey have to Vernon Texas to visit I Bourbon Steam Laundry Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry Leave your orders at Sweeneys store tf Seed Wheat We have some splendid seed wheat for sale It has been screened cletn and uniform grain call and see us H A B MARKSHUKV 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 leading to return Jno M Gilliland Vanhooc To Visit the Schools Miss Elise Lusk county will during the month of Sep tember visit the schools in the county As this will take up so much time she will only be at her office on Saturdays and court day during the month tf Pike Companies Indicted The grand jury returned indictments against the Lancaster Stanford Turnpike Co for failure to mike set tlement with County Court as req tired by law jury also the Crab Orchard Pike Co for failure to keep their road in repair A Card of Thanks We desire through your paper this week to extend our heartiest thanks for the kindness shown by our friends dur ng our sad bereavement They will never be forgotten and may the Lord ever bless them is our earnest prayer T J IlAMMOSD AND FAMILY Fun But Noisy Hay rides era quite popular The racket however is a nuis nee If some poor devil should getdrunk and make onetenth as much racket as is kept up by these hay rides he would be made to beat iojk for six y d iys Damage Suit The only case on trial in circuit court since that of Wrenn is the suit of Mrs Burnside against Jim Hamilton Ham ilton was exhibiting a stallion on the square and the animal ran into the plaintiffs buggy The case had not been given the jury at press hour Supper Fork The ladies of the Fork church will serve an excellent supper at Mr Fred Kempers this Friday night A rag ular supper will be served Proceeds for benefit of the church Everylo ly Bookkeeplug Business Phonography Type Writing and Telegraphy Thoroughly and practically taught University For circulars address Smith Lexington Ky e 1 and- y hap gone relatives information Ky he indiced At invited at the pine superintendent 3 J Commercial r y Ltx iiton Meeting LEXINGTON Ky Aug 81 Lexing ton will give a tenday running rats neeting beginning September 19 Fifteen thousand soldiers are here many of whom want racinj Two hun ired horses are already here IIs Spree Laded LOUISVIILE Ky Aug 31 John Knoch a young man despondent from i spree put a into his brain Tuesday morning lIe will die IIoUanu4 Xisw Sovereign THE HAGUE Aug 31 The queen regent of Holland in a proclamation just issued upon the occasion of the snd of her regency her daughter Quern Wilhelmina coming of age Yednesday expresses warm pleasure it seeing the whole nation ranged joyously around tin throne of the roung queen thanks God that liar Nearest wish has been heard and aft r thanking the people for their lov ing and faithful support of herself in ropes Gods blessing upon the sovereign Knsisrn Powcllsou Marries an Ohio Girl PHILADELPHIA Aug 31 Ensigr Powellson who figured so prominent ly when the court of inquiry was the destruction of the bat tleship Maine will take a bride The wedding was to have been in the fall but an accident it The young lady is Miss Mar jraret Olivia Millar of Wyoming 0 a suLurb of Cincinnati and a sister of Lieut Edward Millar U S A who is on Gen Willistons staff CAMKIS are the latest innovation in the development of agriculture in Germany Count Sipisraund Skorzewski has four camels at work tilling the fields of his estate at Czerniejewoer in the province of Posen experiment is said to have given the most satisfactory results The animals quickly become to the climate and work well to the plow The strength of the camel is found equal to that of and the beast of the Orient is not partic ular as to the nature of food Tat Ilaleakalu of the islnn is a volcano said t 1 10003 iii i wiLt a f i feet dio asri uii i c r A Young Mans Bcstluvcstment of G5 to 90 Is at the Commercial College of Ken tuky Uui e city for tuition and b lard for a course of instruction Graduates of this college are now receiving from 1000 to S003 salary For circulars address Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky Silver Plate that Wears The investigating Wednesday hastened it o OIL Hawaiian is caliber bush youthful North The accustomed ttt o horses i fet cute No aioBAKINQ DISH A handsome article and just as useful as it is hand some Whether it is used to serve plain baked beans or the most dainty dessert it recommends itself to every housekeeper most desirable Every fV thing else in N Silver Plate you can possibly want including 47 Rogers IQ practicaland 04pt thatWears knives spoons etc J C Thompson forks 4 Parents are Unfair to Teachers That existing nutho s of educating the young fall short of the there is scarcely any question writes E ward Bok in the September Ladies Home Journal The most prominent educator of the land admit this fact Every effort is undoubte Uy made to better prevailing system Bat the fight is singlehanded As teachers and eJucitors constantly say are alone parents give us no assistance They do trot e Jen give us the benefit of ordinary interest And this is lamentably true Parents are all to max about the methods pursued in edu cating their children In huadreds of cas s they do not even know what the methods are They know nothing about them 1 hire is no cooperation of the parent with the teacher much we may be able to improve modern methods of education the b st results to our children cannot be parent and teacher shall come into closer relations than they are at present You Want a Situation A course of instruction pursued at the Commercial College of Kentucky University has been the means of thousands securing positions and an increase of salary The demand for the gracu ites of this responsible and iiflicutiil College has exceeded the supply For circulars address Wilbur R Snith LexiugtonKv ileal We tru reachduntil D r However my store and we will explain 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 Call Enjoy a Pleasant Chat Pleased to see you NO WORRY HERE H M BALLOU Ta t I naa lr rn Callat and HOW- l 1 1 I TO Cincinnati Very loW rates will be In cf South to Cincinnati and re turn via the Queen Ot cent Route and its connect QAR Sept 5tb to 16tk 1898- I Tickets will bo on Bopt 3rd to 9th inclusive Stood returning 8cptl3th Extension of limit to 2nd can be eocurod by deposltlnir ticket with Joint Agent Can on your f Ticket Agent or write fox Information to Chas W Zeel D P A voatlbulod trails nm JocksonvllM SMHtiM Atlanta Columfct Zmeem j Birmingham MerHteuTNw Orleans Ashovllle KsoxvOlo J Chattanooga Lctafftcn etc through to Clnchnati without 4 change via themous Low Rates i all points in the ere tug lines during the ZdNatioulEBC8mpDleDt October y rvlce in the fact from l I sale Cincinnati 0 lJtMA114Tkidgh Pullman MMoaa from t UEEN ROUTED CRESCENt y edYieW of aChanged a XL trittk xwui ireAeduft UK5 Ao Uvouiy4 ifuj 9 fatwlS IwA tefewii iee fcttlei uAicfe djttffc xxmt X3wn xt ycpwwiaacL niam i Ci g tiUl rX i U- i dQ 0 1 l CGI Qtl tUG 1 W L I Q i2 o3ivm urtd t ttNlaYtt tcN i I tags tolAi euAei KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knight of Pythias meets every Thursda night in Odd Fellows hall All vi iting Knights are fraternally ted G B SWINEBROAD J E ROBINSON K R S ALL WOMEN Siiouitl know that tlio GUI Time Remedy C C i mln t f r tr t reif r hart ll i l j 0 f l 7a P E S1r itst fpcti Ccracts all- ro Lies tisisaIoOr an aohkaef t44 anlt pise stfr- t51h9 7tL tltbtF- orsalebv McRobertsIa mcaste CORSETS Nw LIVERY I have purchased Walker stable and prepared to furnish the g Very Best gigs cltrirtrfict Special HKu Comn fcial Travelers RICE BENGE PUBLIC RENTING September 3d 1898 sealed bids will be received cud opened for the renting of the POOR HOUSE FARM In Gatrard Connty same containing 170 acre in the very highest state of cultivation eel lj proved and well watered and no more desir able farm will be rented ia GarrarJ Count this year Call on the undersigned or Magistrates cf Garrard County for information This August iJ liOS R A BURXSIDE Judge Garrard County e Ia amt J on i- tI tI 8 On Sjtn day t the ice u r na s S Held Fencing- A fence that nhvnys keeps its shape its built that vav ct Ixrst Jlifsrnift eeliscIftfuction 5ame in 20 diflTercnt made turns all kinds ofstock and leaves the unharmed while the fence stands strong znditurdy g THIS ijingcjoint males an sd rS Justale fence and pre r j Zj vents stay wires from i bending THAT nur3rs tht a r prcvertsstay sire n being iHspLcc Theres no fence that excels and few if any as good JCRobinson Lancaster A cause I thin size ncniTaTvlniz d ill 11 theI P 4U imp 4tfc til rinalir lIy it 1rL rm His CU 1 JY ariifi 7 b t lCe viraglade 15Cea stock j rf7 a cizrnin tin ban t PiiTS9USfiPA LztE J JUST ALFiTLE BETTER THAN 1EB c W H LACKEY Successor to Lackey Gulley FirstClas HANDSOME TURNOUTS KEASONABIE PRICES SPECIAL ATT2NTIOIT TO TRAVELING MEN J HOOD LANCASTER KY Office over J C Thompsons jewelry store Ditwille street FOR SALE Two farms one containing 42 acres the other30 Good dwelling convenient Will terms to purchaser For particapply to HDALDRIDGE 913 ilarksbury Ky I Q oo O ooo Oo ooooooO IOUOUQt I I If I I tooooOOO OIOO T O l o- JiEJE 00000000060000 SURI IUN DENTIST ire liberal alas i w rr I fi n Priceless fain tc placed on pain Jolliers Priced is worth its old Kfr My wife suffered more in ten miantes with eitlier hTother two children than she did nl tociiier with her last having previously used four fcottcs of Mothers It a to anv one expecting to become a mother says c This writes Henderson Dale Druggist of Carmi Iii to the BradCeld Company of Atlanta Ga the proprie tors a manufacturers of Mothers 2riccd This successful remedy is not cue of the internal inr vortkMl to do unreasonable things but a ficitIucallyprepared liniment especially n I tlosc parts of woman s winch IVar the severest strains of The liniment may be used at any al during pregnancy to v ry hoar of confinement earlier it is begun and the longer used tha more perfect be the result but it Iris been the last mouth great benefit and success It not shortenslabor and lessens tin paul attending it hut greatly dimin ishes the danger to life ot mother and child leaves the mother iu a con dition more favorable to speedy recovery Mothers Friend issold by druggists at fioo or sent by cypress on receipt Valuable book for women Before is Born sent free on application TIE SilAQFlELD fiEGULATOfl CO Ailanta Ca AND STOCK NOTES J he Government has bought of iiin in SL Louis 00000fl pounds cr lily to be delivered at Chickiiiiinjja 3t will take about 500 ears to transport The noted stallion Ashland Wilkes of John II Gentry Sally Toler 3Jcrt Oliver and other great ones is to ln sold at auction this fall by Wood ard A Shankliu at Lexnjton Charley Sandsdge of Lincoln county was in big luck wi h his saddle horses at tile liwstonvHlc and Lebanon fairs At the former he won 82GO in premi ums rul everything he went after 7U tin latter place ih Am roin Horse Breeder says The Breeding of trotting stock is AS com ortablc u pastime as dig fling for gold in te Klondike and it is bboul as likeT to yield prolitable returns in the near future One Minute Cough Cure surprise people by its quick cures and children may take it in large quantities with iat tie least dinger It has won for iwl the best reputation cf any prep aration us2d today for colds croup in the throat or obstinate c Wjfhs Stormes Drug Store 1m The hump crop is practically a in Voodford this year very little 1eing planted and that little being ve ry poor The fact of the business is that the increased price o cattle and the larger proili in tobacco have al most induced tha bluegrass farmers to abandon hemp Ilarrodsburg Demo crat Mr L M Hull a leading Bourbon larmer told the Harrodsburg Demo crat that owners of good short horns arm not disposed to grumble at the tutrojk Mr Hall says there is not enough shorthorns in the stati for hUick purposes and 4he demand for is good lie has recently sold a number cf bulls frcm S to 11 21 juths old at 103 each Tlu Michigan peach crop is enor nuus this year and selling at about 50 uints a bushel Some big money is m ide by growers Near IJjnton lIar 31 W Hose bought a farm for t8 OU From the first crop he paid tr 0t3 of the purchase price and is now clear of all debt Good peach land brings from 100 an acre accord lag to location ior sponge cjk weigh six eggs t kj their weight in sugar and half lhair weight in Hour separate the eggs carefully add the sugar to the yolks and beat until light then stir in iully the wellbeaten whites sift the two or three times adding a at a time folding and cutting it in Tarn into a pin lined with greased pa per rind bake in a quick over for from uvisnty to txventyfive minutes La dics Home Journal The 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 Kidney Cure which is guaranteed or money refunded 1m W C SUMER JOHN HOSHAL HOSHAL JaiuD Stoc1 Salesmen UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O PEn FOR CATTLE Kufcrcncc Western German IJank Cincinnati 0 TIi Little Oncnnfi 1Ictiire Wilhcmhia who is to be crowned Q icun of the Xethcrlpnds on Scptcm l erC next has personally sent to Mr 35 jk the editor of Ihc Ladies Home Journal himself a Hollander by birth one of hoc portraits for in the next number of his magiztnc It is the last portrait which will be taken of the little lady before her coronation and will be printed connection with a specially sketch showing the personality the firt Queeri of every point of vew ir 1 WCI Iii nn xUVI r customer c Jicics ad tic and elasticity- to organism tim s use onlywith f N c OV i FARM i I O o l onet it a d ot tit 1ing jute fl little SL IER TTt RGES ARE 30D ClJi Foi 50 HEAD pl ivate publication prepared I S can as andS Baby C49 sire I surely failure them a care inc Most Foley FcoMj1JR ithSY i a- in WANTS A DIVORCE Ceil Cassius M Clay 1Hes a Salt for Sep aration trim His Child Wife on tho Grounds of Abandonment Eicmiosu Ky Aug 30 Gen Crs Mareelirs Clay who became con spicuous some inoulLs ago by his child wife fornirrly Dora Kicnardson re fusing to live with him has filed a suit for divorce in Madison circuit court His attorney Jirrry A Sulli Tall has i obsession of the peti ton and declines to uiselcre its contents However it is slate 1 one who saw it that the lli s abandonment At present Durn his child wife is living on a farm near PLikard Wood ford county which was purchased for her iy the general It is Miitl the firn will lo varl of the alimony he has agreed to yiv hi r The old general pur the farm inturdaj and declares ho will fruproM lora is long as she lives Tlu will come up at the September term HUNGRY GRASSHOPPERS iieyKn the Kntiru AVasliSn of a Keu tuuxy AVtmian They Were After llio March Tnat Vis in Them CiiKKX Ky Aug grasshoppers of this county have been jiiying havoc with the corn crop round tlii section for some time but jot until Thursday they known to cat up a washing of clothes Mr C Girard former grand master of Kentucky masons has just returned from a out in the and brings with him a story of this having been accomplished It being wash day the was done the clothes well starched and hung on the line to dry When they went to take them in in the even ing almost every garment was in shreds The soft paste or starch on clothing had proved a dainty for the hungry hoppers and they had made a feast of it Xoui viUo Tobacco Market LouisvnLi Ky Aug day of the week showed little change in the local tobacco market The few changes noticed were all for the better Offerings were light but D1 hogsheads divided into 21 burley and 74 The quality of the burley offerings was the same as on the preceding days of the week The lower grades continued to be in the rtvatcst demand There was prac tically no difference between the mar ket Thursday and Friday Of the 74 hogsheads of dark tobacco all but live hogsheads were of tlu new crop Imiiins Kefuscil l y the Governor FINKFOJT Ky Aug 21 Gov Bradley rejected the following appli cations for rardons George Ward Laurel county charged with robbery 1 J Hirdin Stamper Morgan dyna miming fish W A G rover Hart embezzlement G W Green Hick man carrying concealed deadly AlLn Payne Barren shooting without wounding Nat JUIcy Ander son carrying dtadly weapons K S Murphy jr llickmun assault and Lattery The Vctuii LEXINGTON Ky Aug 20 James Wingate colored died in it Josephs hospital Thursday morning He was taken out the bajk yard of a Vine street saloon Wednesday night in an unconscious coirlition It is believed that he was slugged A Girl Iioots llur C IIoiiGKNVJMK Ky Aug 20 A sa rious shooting affray has been report ed here from Koanoke Annie Truism bo anti Saute Evans quarreled over a string of beads Time Trumbo a pistol and fired at the Ev J ie I ail struck the latter in the mouth knocking1 out five teeth and tearing off a part of her nose bat nut inllicting any more serious in lumbir te l Ky Aug 30 the pastor lauotl to put an appear ance as scheduled some men who went to the Spout Springs Methodist church in Estill county proceeded to vent their disap ointment by firing a fusillade of shots into the building Ko one was insured liau LOUISVILLE Ky Aug 2G Mr Geo Swearingen president of the Union national bank was stricken with paralysis Thursday morning while sit ting in his private office lie was re moved to the Louisville hotel where Ie lies in a dangerous condition Xot He a Candidate PAUUCAII Ky Aug 29 lIon W M Heed of Benton who has been urged to make the for congress in this district on the democratic ticket announces that he will not llcpiiorcin Contention Spilt HENDERSON Ky Aug 30 The re publican convention Second emigres sional district held here split late two laetions one nominating W T Fwwler and the other Geurge W Jolly for congress thief ClerS at Gen Stner Headquarters RICHMOND Ky Aug 23 D II Bivck son of Judge C II Bivck of lj itt received a telegram Thus day aflernoci Maj Strum offer ing him the rosicrouif chief clerk of the division at Gen ifnger3 head quarters Lexington lIe accepted and left Saturday for his pcsSio duty OScar Turner for Congress j OvriNGSViu Ky Aug SQ Turner was Monday nominated congress by the democrats of this the district When You Tako Your Vacation the most nccsssary article to have with you after your pocket book is a bot tIe of Foleys Colic Cure It is an ab solute prevcntion or cure of all rangements of the bowls caused by a change of water You are likely to Ii sits las lip liThe vcr visit country at familywashing morsel 27The closing off count weapon Died of girl procured axis girl the I in lr sidcnt trlcclI ill run from i Fifth def F 1FTT r c rom etion low IIG rank he ark y juiy iet brI ise- BICJIMON rate mrs fc need it 1w Little Pimples Turn to Cancer Cancer often results from an in the blood inherited from generations back Few people are free from some taint in the blood and it is impossible to tell when it will break out in form of dreaded What has to be a mere pimple or scratch has developed into the most malignant I had a severe Cancer which was at first only a few blotches that r thought would S9 soon I was f mi ILitfr treated several able V physicians but iu the J cer until my con li ftl After many months ol aj treatment growing steadily worse jL bottle produced an im provement the and fir V T MW four months the last lit tie scab dropped off l Ten years have elapsed and not a sign of the disease has R F WILLIAMS Gillsburg Miss It is dangerous to experiment with Cancer The disease is beyond the skill of physicians S S S is the cure because it is the only remedy which goes deep enough to reach h Fr I impurity entirely I 4 II dition 0 f 41 to try S S S 2i fA which was so strongly recommended in- V Caner spite Can- s3ssl or The Blood Swifts is the blood remedy guaranteed Purely Vegetable- All others contain potash the most dangerous of minerals Books on and diseases mailed free by Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia EISCCVIRED IN TIME to Blow Up the Jail at Fineville Ky lyniuiit round iu Cell of a 1rigouer PlNEViLLK Aug 20 Janes Snrber who is in jail here charged with the internal revenue laws is charged with having attempted to blow up the jail with dynamite night The plot was discovered in time to save the jail and perhaps a dozen lives Two dynamite cartridges were dis covered in Surbcrs cell and he with three other prisoners was brought be fore Judge Neal for investigation The proof tended to show that Surber was going to place the dynamite in a crevice of the wall at midnight Wed nesday which would have destroyed the jail and perhaps have killed every person in it A warrant was issued against Surber for the attempt Cpt Murphy Iirty Alive and Well FitAXKFOirr Ky Aug CO An after noon paper prints a letter from R Chilcott of Seattle to the family of Capt John Murphy stating that there is absolutely no foundation for the Seattle dispatches widely published that Capt Murphy and 14 other Ken tuckians had been drowned on the steamer Jess in a branch off the Yu lon The letter closed by saying 1 do not write tins to assuage your grief Acts Ready at Last FIIANUFOUT Ky Aug 29 The acts of the last session of the legislature librarian and the distribution to the county oQicars began Saturday These acts under the law should have been published the 1st of April but were time subject of a row between the old state printer Sowle and time board of printing commissioners SOMEKSKT Ky Aug 2J Sunday morning at oclock Joseph Johnson and 1amuel Bell both colored became involved in a quarrel over a woman when Bell shot Johnson with a SScali ber Smith Weisson revolver instant ly killing him Bell made his escape and is still at large It is said that the hilling was justifiable Johnson being the aggressor V dim of Uaci Treatment in Camp IsKwrorT Ky Aug 27 Louis Knarr a victim of the medical system in the military camp at Chickamauga died early Friday morning at the home of his father Fred Knarr 2S2 West Ninth street Newport Knarr arrived in Cincinnati Tuesday with 33 other sick soldiers from Chickamauga lie was so week that he a ked to be to die on the train Church Destroyed by Lightning STURGIS Ky Aug 25 The hand some Cumberland Presbyterian church was struck in the cupola by lightning Wednesday afternoon and the whole builiiiug was soon enveloped in flames roving a total loss No insurance Only the lay of the wind prevented a general conflagration for which the town is wholly unprepared lorto Rico FKANKFOUT Ky Aug 80 Commis sioner Agriculture Lucas Moore may not be a candidate for renomina tion before the republican state con vention next year Moore is consid ering the question of going to Porto Rico with a view to buying a cocoanut faun Capt John W Prewitt also to go to Porto Rico Gored by a Cow VANCEBUKO Ky Aug 29 Ben Beavi aged 10 while crossing a field at his home a few miles east of here attacked by a vicious cow and se verely gored in the groin There is little hove of his recovery It has been but four weeks since his father Wm Bcavis was run over by aTiandcar is lying at deaths door Cant Open the layisviLLE Ky Aug big jewelry store of James K Lemdi Son is being guarded day and night Within are 40000 worth of diamond and the member of the firm to whom he combination was intruSt ed has eithJ fbigotten the correct one or the safe islut of gear It will have to be mercury Plot time violating Wednesday I they arc perfectly safe have at last bcn received by time state Jirmiisy a U allowed To Go to of proposes Site 29The safe forced t nut know Causes Kiiiitiir litI opaS S L S s r5J TERRIBLE TRAGEDY A Kentucky Judge In Jackson County Kills II a Wife With a Winchester and Then Ends Ills Own Existence LosDojf DEPOT Ivy Aug 31 Xcws reached here Tuesday of a horrible in the adjoining of Jack ton Monday Levy Johnson county udgti of Jackson county living near about twenty miles from London went home In company with a friend and not finding his wife there picked up his Winchester rifle nnd started in pursuit of her She had gone to her mothers a short distance away When Johnston a point niar her mothers he mt his wife on her return home and shot and killed her and then turning the gun upon himself ended his own SICK Gov Bradley Lavo of Secretary Alger to IJrin Them Home at Kentuckys Expense t FiiANKFOirr Aug 31 Gov Bradley wired Secretary Alger asking leave to bring Kentuckys sick soldiers at Chickamauga back to their homes the state to equip spewal train for that purpose He has also wired len Brockinridge asking how many sol fliers from this state are sick at The state has no money available for the purpose but Gov declared his intention of bor sufficient money on behalf of the state to accomplish iL Second Kentucky CliangraF- KANKFOKT Ky Aug 31 Gov Bradley was notified by wire from the war department that the resignation of Capt W Sweeney of the Leba non company CoL Gaithers regiment time 2d Kentucky now at Chickamau had been accepted and that Sec md Lieut Robert C Rives of the same company had been appointed iu his place Charlton Alexander of Paris a minor oflicer of Company I succeeds Hives as second lieutentnt i Early Manila Tragedy at Lexington LEXINGTON Ky Aug 430 Wednesday morning Alex Young colored shot and instantly tilled rom Warren also colored on near Main Young mar ried Warrens sister and abused her IVarren quarreled with him Tuesday 3n their meeting Wednesday morning the quarrel was renewed and Young hot Warren four times lIe surren lered to the police A Yo 1117 Horse Thief HoiKixsviiLK Ky Aug 31 Geo Williams aged 17 and belonging to a respectable Todd county family was irrested Tuesday whit trying to sell i fine horse he had stolen from R v A l Lyon Methodist minister at He broka down and confessed guilt after arrest He has been taken Lack to Todd county for trial Upturns After Thirty Years IKESTOMSLKG Ky Aug Usner a former resident of this place nho disappeared SO ago and was thought to have been killed has turn d up again He went west to seek iis but came back old and PAUCCAH Kj Aug 20 W J Brian merchant of Briensburg Ky is dead of supposed spotted fever A few years ago this disease was a scourge in Marshall county of which Briensburg is a town There is other suspicious cases near Briensburg Near Stamping Ground FKAXKFORT Ky Aug 30 Private advices received from Washington Monday say that a camp for volun teers is to be established at a point near Stamping Ground Scott count and one or two regiments from the Lexington camp will be moved there A Killing Over a Woman SOMERSET Ky Aug SO Sam Bell colored shot and instantly killed Joseph Johnson also colored morning at S oclock The curred over a woman Hell escaped Earnings of the Convcts FRANKFORT Ky Aug 27 Ben C Weaver of Louisville has filed his of the invoice taken at the penitentiary The report shows the convicts have earned but 25 cents per day under the contract system Methodist Preacher Withdraw LonsviLiK Ky Aug 27 Rev Henry Clay Morrison an evangelist widely known has withdrawn from the Southern Methodist church be cause as he says it will not let him preach where he to Imnl Cutlets Either broil braise or fry the lamb cutlets as you please and serve on a mound of spinach previously rubbed througha sieve and heated with a cream white pepper and salt and serve with the following sauce round Stew a small cucumber in white stock till tender enough to rub through a sieve then add to it a little milk or white stock and allow it to reduce till it is a pretty thick puree then stir in with this a short half pint of rich bechamel sauce season to taste with white pepper and salt reheat the whole in the bainmarie coloring it to a pale cucumber green with a drop or two of green coloring and just as you are about to use it in a spoonful or two of stifflywhipped cream Cincinnati Enquirer To Stuff a lied Bad sleepers should try the advan tages of a bed stuffed with beech leaves These if gathered early in the fall year are very soft fragrant and soporific in their effects and will often give time rest that a feather bed denies Beech leaves keep fresh and sweet ninny years and will not harbor insects or other unpleasant nesses Cincinnati Commercial Dangerous Drinking Water Death lurks in impure Water It breeds diseases often in epidemic The first symptom is lodssness of bowels These diseases are check 4 by taking Foleyi Colic Cure 1m I I crime county 0 nil i11t I t SOLDIERSi Ky Brarlle rowing H a 31At clock Iil1street 31James years fortune poor Head ot Supposed Spotted Fever wan ts little ofthe Tribune I i J4 reached existence Asks Chick- amauga Trenton SundayS report localS for form- atb e FASHION NOTES Jlnterlnls and MnUeCp ol Some of the Costumes of the Sum mer Season Among the newest ideas is the of brightcolored wool fabrics with rallies of silk muslin A dress of veiling has a skirt almost with little ruffles of silk mus lin arranged in groups and forming scallops and points The waists of dresses are extremely elaborate the majority of them having waists and sleeves either of guipure or solid embroidery Some of them are of the dress material ornamented with needlework ribbon and silk applique gimp and indeed any of the trim mings that are now so popular The grotesque is approached by the finish of some of the new sleeves They are wide flaring cuffs that entirely conceal the hands An costume is shown with cuffs that resemble the brim of a soft hat with the crown sewed inside of the sleeve proper so wide and flappy are these new attachments They are not only awkwardlooking but exceeding ly uncomfortable necessitating time use of both hands if one performs time slightest ofliee as one hand is neces to hold the enormous cuff back the other is occupied Evening dresses of velvet are high ly approved They have lowcut necks and sleeves of lace and are therefore no warmer than the lighter fabrics A dress of primrose velvet is trimmed with white beads and white gimp ar ranged to form connecting links or festoons between embroidery or feingle figures of passementerie The skirt of one of these dresses is almost covered with fine lines of bead work gimp and the aforesaid figures A stylish hat is in a shape not unlike the sailor but with a brim sufficient ly full to curve up at the sides and down at the front and back The trimming is one very long wide and heavy ostrich plume fastened under a buckle in front and falling over the back of the hat almost to the shoul ders Under the brim are crushed roses and on the side opposite is a scarf of silk muslin A handsome carriage cloak is made of puttycolored cloth It has a trim ruing of ribbon about two inches wide which is set on in embroidery or braid ing pattern and filled in with fine stitches wrought with embroidery silks The garment is doublebreasted and has one large lapel a high rolling collar and sleeves with the tops slight lyfullA dress has the skirt plainly made and finished at the hem with a teninchwide trimming of plaid silk The waist is made of the same silk and has a yoke collar and cuffs of heavy guipure There is a belt of the material and little jacket skirts that are stylish although somewhat patchy in effect Time newest skirts flare out sharply around the feet The general effect seems to be modeled on the plan of an ordinary feather duster N Y Led HOUSEHOLD HINTS Some Items of Information Upon Vu riuiix Sulijectx of Home Interest An English recipe for cooking po tatoes is worth a trial and then adop Hon Bali some potatoes until nearly tender cut in thick slices butter a baking dish and arrange the potatoes in layers putting between each layer sliced bacon and grated cheese Moisten thoroughly with a little stock cover with grated cheese put a few bits of butter on top and bake in an oven about a half hour or until browned The coin spot muslins still continue popular for curtains The new fabrics come in double widths while the spots are in nil sizes Nearly all of these curtains are tied back close to the win dow with wide loose bands of the curtain stun edged on the bottom with ruffles of the same Very few win dows now show the old loopings of ribbons or cords Twigs of peach apple cherry lilac or the flowering currant cut off now and placed in a vase in a summer win dow and given plenty of water will soon into bloom In the in room or nursery these avant couriers of the spring will find a special welcome A cup of hot water declares Sir Andrew Clark of London possesses the same medicinal qualities attrib uted to an equal amount of whisky while lacking in time injurious prop erties Hot water in abundance is es pecially recommended in troubles Itemember that when fat bubbles it is only just melting and not at all in the right condition for frying After the bubbling has subsided a slight smoke will arise and that is the mo ment the material should be put in Washington Star Siiliiacli Spinach as often cooked is a coarse sodden mess that like human charac ter isnt half as good as it might be Try this way of preparing it Wash and pick over picking the leaves from the stems Put into a porcelain saucepan and set in a pot of boiling water cover Closely and cook 15 min utes Stir tip well from the bottom then put into the saucepan a salt spoonful of soda dissolved in a table spoonful of boiling water Beat well cover and cook ten minutes longer Drain the spinach add butter salt and pepper a little sugar and a teaspoon ful of lemon juice Serve on a hot plat ter and garnish with slices of hard boiled egg The soda gives a fine color to the vegetable Less than a peck of spinach will not make a fairsized dish Detroit Free Press Graham Rusk Two and a half cupfuls graham two cupfuls wheat flour a half teaspoon ful of salt onethird cupful of butter onehalf cupful sugar one cupful or milk a little more than lukewarm onehalf cupful of yeast sponge yeast that has had one rising and en eggs Mix the ingredients in the or del summed beating each in thorough ly set in a warm place to rise which will take from three to four hours then form into biscuits Let them rise again until light then brush with melted butter and bake in a model ate oven for half an hour These need to be made the day before Leisure Hours c T trimming light lue almost while ger burst I twobeat 7 i f r R j i I I OF LEXINGTON KY Over 11500000 Paid in Maturities Over 4000000 Reserve and Surplus The Following Coupons Redeemed July 1898 Name Address Cot Paid Bev J H Stanley Lexington Ky 9fl a6C- Climar PriutingCo Richmond Ky 950 20 K J H Baker Eexingtogr Ky 1039 J Baker Lexington Ky 105G Newport News Syndicate Newport News Va 107 Newport News Syndicate Newport ews Va 1050 Newport News Syndicate Newport News Va 1050 Newport Vcws Syndicate Newport News Va 1050 M J Forston Paris Ky 950 20- 1nattie Jacobs Cincinnati O S 0 1741 o Patrick and Mary Fox Maysville Ky 950 2006 E L Denhard Louisville Ky 850 1741 C D Doll Louisville Ky 85j 17lt F II Norton Lexington Ky 9 0 2006 F II Norton Lcsicgtou Ky 950 2000 Mrs A T Million Kichinoa Ky 850 1711 F II Norton Lexington Ky 950 Robert Hoefllch MaysvllleKy 850 1741 Mrs Emma L Lsxtta Lexington Ky SJJO 1741 C and MartIni Diggs Lexington Ky 7 0 15GO B A Spanglcr Louisville Ky 7 0 1500 Gladys Huffman Butte Mont 750 1600 Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky sro 1741 Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky SM 17lt Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky Sro 1744 Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky S50 I Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky s50 Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky SV liiA J Wintersmith Padncah Ky 750 1500 B L Eggleston Lexingtin Ky 7JX 1500 Mary K Fadden LexingtouKy G50 125 F M Drake Grand Rapids Mich KJjQ 1 Mrs Richmond Ky eK 1 B R Gray Newport News Va Go lif Mary A Warren Lexington Ky G50 125 Helen McElrath Carroltou Ky c50 I2j j Otto E Vollemveider MeArthurO c50 1257 Daniel Boone Club Richmond Ky c50 1257 Daniel Roone Club Richmond Ky c50 125 Newland Jones Richmond Ky 650 12J7 W F Estate Lexington Ky 5350 1I1CO Good Co Lexington Ky 5050 144CO W F White Estate Lexington Ky 5050 Annie P Peay Lexington Ky 4550 fsj1 A L Mitrscball Lexington Ky 4550 it- V D Finch Danville Ky 4350 14100 John Louisville Ky 4950 11100 D B Good Lexington Ky 4950 14100 Lexington Ky 4850 irs 00 Mrs Jennie Fesler Cincinnati O 4CW 1 Luke U Milward Lexington Ky 4150 12fiOO Baptist Church Paris Ky AiM HSC- ORFJohnson Co Lexington Ky 4130 11700 R F Johnson Baltimore Md 4150 11700 Lexington Ky 4 5o 13 W C Nichols Louisville Ky 2275 KIIO D B Good Lexington Ky 4550 12900 and wife Lexington Ky 4450 12600 V Riley Versailles Ky 4450 F H Norton Lexington Ky 4460 12600 Lexington Ky 4450 12600 Dr S A Donaldson Lexington Ky 4250 12000 Dr S A Donaldson Lexington Ky 4250 12000 G M Asher Lexington Ky 4350 12300 A Lexington Ky 450 12Cr Lexington Ky 4150 n Owens Lexington Ky 42JV 120 Smith La Grange Ky 4ijy 11700 Valente Seiitney Lexington Ky 41J50 11700 Mrs Armstrong Lexington Ky 4150 11700 Total 103825 441340 Profit Over Cost 2747 15 A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary For particulars call on J C Hcmpiill local aput Lancaster Ky Mutilal Co 2 222 2225 L Z Taylor u WhIt L Fischer Y N Gardner 0 n R Marslmail W B Andersou 00 D B Good Newton J D Purcell Sallie C J D Sontiielii Investment i2 OS 2 moa 1 Rev J 121i 31 Mrs F VALUABLE Garrarl County Farm for Sale As agent o the Jlitcbel Brca ldus heirs I wi Ion the OFSEPTE3TB at 10 oclock a m on the paemlaea sell pub licly to the highest and best bidder the farm belonging to said heirs containing Ml acres TJJKars made known on day of sale This farm is situated one and onehalf miles from Lancaster on the Buckeye turnpike with good dwelling maid ont houses The farm high state cultivation all of it belnclngrass except 40 acres it being iu corn This is one time beet watered farms iu Garrardcounty I will take pleasure in any one over the place at any time before the of sale W M liROADDUS Agt 1 Is in zotli DAY Educate FORA Situation BookKeeping Business PHONOGRAPHYTypeWriting COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY S W COR MAW AND MILL STS nCICI CHUG tileS iuchuling 100 in bank lee officialsAward of Medal and Diploma at Worlds Exposition for lIookkcepiiiK etc A Thorough Influential and Honored College IlunilreiUof attendance the past year from states Business Course consists of Business ritlimetic Penmaii Merchandising Hankinc Joint Stock Jlaiiufac turin Lectures ISusinega Practice Mercantile Cor respondence etc Shorthand TypeVWr1 1 insran il Telegraphy have Hpwial ami rooms can bo taken alone or with the ISuiiiicftd Course Bt Tho Kentucky University Diploma nnilcr seal avnrile our BSTSpccial Course of Bookkeeping for thu Summer Special Course of 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