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' ' 3 VBIUlas Thinkin LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, Smash. : TSSSS We can show you everything known to the trade in Foreign and Domestic Woolens at prices which stump all competition. Fine Workmanship and Fit Guaranteed. Come to us. We will drees you correctly. LOGAN nothing serious was the matter. Steve A team of mules scared at a hand White was about forty years of age car Wednesday, ran away and knocked and had friends all ovar the state. He honest gentleman The wires was a down a telephone pole. Are You the telegraph lines and a gen and one who never turned a cold eral mixture of talegraphy, humming shoulder to a frienJ. He was a prom and cuss words crowded the local tele inent Knight Templar and many mem Big court is about over. Will r3V 10c for fresh esrirs: 3c for phone instruments all day. bers of that order attended the funer hens, tpring chix Cc for lare, 7e for al services. Smoke the Procter Knott cigar. Blp Job. dux le, old 3c geese 25 small: vounir Vto 30c II. B. Northcott.. Prices anil Quality. When Doctor Kinnard contracted Wanted! veal calves, II. . Northcott for the new walk on Depot street he I have 1,000 samples for Fall and Tivery ambitious young1 man should thought would be a small job S2.90 L. & X. to Ciuciunati and re The Winter Suits, which are olfired at the it write now to Prof. W. It. Smith of the grading, however, has turned out to very turn. lowest prices. I make small Commercial College of Kentucky Uni require much work. To loolc at the profits in order to sell. Tailor made R. Smoke l'roctor Knott cigars and bs versity, Lexington, Ky., for a circular teams and men employed, one would suits as low as 311.25, up to jrjo. of his College. fig happy. li nk Doc. was building a rail road. alt. wool, suits from Come and test the goods $7.50 to SIS. Prize Given. Look at the Bluegrass Groceries ad Killed by Thresher. and compare prices and qualities, and on page 2. The pants, offjred to nu' customers Harve Norris, son of Levi Norris, last season, were dr.twn by O G. who resides near Alt Hebron, was in you will buy. Thanking ray old cus needles and oil at Speakes ticket. The 101 tickets were jured in Lower Garrard by a thresher tomers, I invite everybody to come to Thump sou's. come to see me before buying. placed in a box and one drawn out Roof. Tuesday, from the efiects of which he M. D. Hughes, Agent M. D. IlUGIIKS. Proctor Knott cigars make a dclie died Wednesday. The machines were ious smo:;i!. Take the L & N. train direct from passing through a gate and Norris was Onlya Little Llsht. The sick in the community are Lancaster to the (J. A. It. No change caught between tfiera. The Stanford Journal says Q'iie of cars, Yim go right into the Cinmuch better. Recoied is kicking for the electric cinnati union depot Round trip only Get tickets for night trains on after 2.93. I have the best line of samples for lights to burn all nightWe Not quite so bad as that, brother. kicked until noon before starting. Rjady Made and 'J ailor Alade or j;rlck. we gut a decent service and now coats at living pr.ces. loung men e candies at Edmins- Pure Ed. A- - Dillehay, agt, of Danville, is unuer oj breast measure, can save all we want is a few gasoline lamps to W. I.Williams Col. W.G.Welch. prepared to promptly fill orders for money by calling to see me. Bov's light the streets from town to the de Lancaster. ton's Kandy Kitchen. Stanford. pot after the electricity is turnel off. paving brick; will sell in Danville at Closing out sale of belts,, and shirt SC. 50 or deliyer in Lancaster at S9.35 c'o'.hing and Gent's Furnishing Goods Anticipating the usual objections to at Philadelphia prices. Fit or no pay, any proposed improvements, we merewaist sets at Thompsons per thousand. M. D. Hughes, Agent WELCH ly said a word in advance. Got anyThe best two horse wagon on the Xo Change of Cars. body in your town who kicks against Chance for Photographs. market at G. S. Gaines'. & X. takes direct from The L. I will be in my Lancaster gallery in any and every proposed improvement? Queen & Crescent low rates to Cin- - the Lancaster depot into the big Un- the Ihoinpson Building, Monday, If so, our prayers go up for you. Law, 2.90 Sept. 3th, and remain all week. I ion Depot, Cincinnati, for on'y einaati, Sept 3rd to 9th. T.lttle Child Dies Suddenly. the round trip. Tins rate only lasts have cut the price on my closs cabi Ky. Lovers of a delicious smoke prefer a few days. Sadie Emma, the youngest child o! net from S3 03 to 51 93. Now, if you the Proctor Knott cigar. want a dozen fine cabinets for SI. 93 Air. and Airs. Tnomis J. Hammond, Dig Crop. morning. come on. They will cost you 3.03 died at 4 o'clock Alonday uttcmli'd to promptly Nice farm of ISD acres for sale. For Beaz- AH business Mr. J. F. Cook raised on the next trip, as that is my regular price. She was barely thirteen months old, call on J. M. Logan. price and terms ley farm, near Preachersville, 237 bush and was an exceedingly bright child, A. J. EAitr, els of wheat on seven acres of ground. although she was never in perfect Stanford. I would like to do your plain sew This is one of tlu best crops wc had health. She was the pet of the house ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. heard of. Iluiif? Jury. hold and idol of her parents. The The case against Wr.inn, charged grie stricken parent, sisters and AYUI lie Closed. Alonday brothers, among whom is Tommie, an Our store will be closed on Satur with toll gi.te raiding,took up We will give 9c per dozen for fresh and Tuesday in the circuit court employee of this office, have the sym eggs this week. Blue Grass Grocery. day, the 17th, and Monday, the 20th, gate keeper swore he recognized pathies of many friends in their great (Court Day), on account of holidays. The Wrenn on the night of the raid and a bereavement Alay they take comfort Our friends desiring to make purchas Low rates Cincinnati Queen & brother of Wrenn and another party and consolation in the assurance that es will please call before these dates cent during G. A. It. swore Wrenn was at another place. she is now in the arms of the Savior, and greatly oblige us. J. Jcsph. tf Cincinnati. The jury stood, seven for conviction who spake as never man spake, and "Walloped. and five for acquittal. Queen & Crescent low excursion rat?i who said, "Suffer little children to A. It. Encampmeun at Cincinnati. A base ball nine came down from come unto me, for of such is the kingTo morgan's ."Men. BEAZLET& BALfBHMAH. Ak 3'our Agent. dom of heaven." Richmond Saturday and completely' Several of Morgan's men residing in mopped up the earth with a LancasTor Sale. Garrard have decided to accept the Holidays. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, bull calves about ter team. Our boys could put up a good invitation extended them to be gu jsts 1 hree shorthorn On the 17th of this month falls the game if they would practice, but they of Geo T. Evans. one year old. the Ohio ravelry at Cincinnati Ohio. Jewish New Year, iilioS. The meaning never do any work to get in shape. ARTERIAL and CAVITY EMThey ask The Recoiid to say to all of this daj, as described in the Bible, are as thick on the Watermelons who desire to go to meet at Hatcher's is "Tho Day of Alemorials." Uho 20th l.Ieut. Varra'n Illness. BALMING a SPECIALTY. streets as burrs on a sheep's back, 10 The condition of Lieut. John Farra .shoe shop tomorrow, Saturday, after- is the "Day of Atonement" On this cts for cholc". is greatly improved since our last re- noon at 3 o'clock so formal plans can day the Jews forgive all the enemies Unusually low excursion rate to Cin port. The fever is not of .so bad a be made. The trip will cost little or they may have made during the pas' Carpets; &c. cinnati, Queen & Crescent Route to orm as was first thought, and. by nothing and a glorious time is ahead. twelve months and spend the day in keeping quiet and having patience It Encampment Sept G. A. prayer for forgiveness of their sins. A Hot Time. John will soon bo on foot again. Air. Jacob Joseph, of this city, tells us 'lickets sell September 3rd to Dili. A good friend of The RejOP.d reports people are strict in the obcake walk at Dripping Springs that all his that the servance of both these days. They Thursday night w.is a warm number places of business and un in every way. Five couples of dusky close their case will attend to any Pall Announcement. dudes and dude .ins panicipated and der no state of Air. Joseph is one of the contest wd.s elosj. Perry Embry. business matter. The old reliable firm of Wanaroaker followers of his reli & who '"waits txblo" at Crab Orchard the most zealous Brown have put out their A I J. wool, gion we ever saw. If all' other people Springs, was getter up of the event samp'es and defy competition in came as near living up to the teiching prices and quality. I A wagon load of Crab Orchard peop'e also have sam Bible as does Air. J. this ples under the tender car3 of Col. Wi.l of the old from Desbeeker-- I Slock Tailoring would be a far better world. Company, of Buffalo, New York, and Brooks, came over and enjoyed the Howard Tailoring Company, of Chica- event Old ich. to Celebrate. They have new and exclusive The good people of Nicholasville are To the ran. styles for fiue Tailoring, the latest Alonkoy Jjhn, a neg.-boy well making great preparations for their and most approved designs and weaves known about town, was given a Centenial, which will bq celebrated on Woolens, and guarantee perfect couple of years in the penitentiary by the 10th of this month. The citizens satisfaction in fits, trimming and a circuit court jury for stealing Tom of both town and county have gone to Workmanship. Come and get prices Hammond's horse. Monkey was sent work to make the day one never to and examine goods. Special trains will run to the pen afew years ago for stealing, be forgotten AI. D. HuaiiES, Agt but the warden would not take him on on both railroads and it is anticipated that more people than ever gathered account of his age. Attorney Joe Kicking Without Cause. Haselden .uade his maiden speech in at a county seat will be in Nicholas That some of the sick soldiers have day. 'J he parade will be the iig the prisoner, and but for ville that been neglected during the recent war his eloquence the jary would doubt leading feature and every business in there is no doubt, but because some the county will be represented. Sev less have hung Alonlcsy and Joe too. eral of the most prominent speakers regiments have been guilty of such is no reason why all should Pitiful Case. n Kentucky will be on hand, and, oversights An old, blind negro comes here every after the big barbecue, oratory of the come in for censure. We have seen recently which Cjurt day, takes his stand on a promi- finest qualitj' will be on tap. The several statements nent corner and keeps up the mostpiti- - women folks have taken charge of the cast reflections on the Second KenWe have talked to a great f jl noise by begging for aid. His lit- dinner and its safe to predict that tucky. tle spiejh is set to a doleful 'tune and everything good to eat will be in many in a position to know, and, in Garrard county should fact, visited the camp not long ago. the rac':et has gotten to be a nuisance abundance. tho;e untho.se having business on that side send over a big delegation and help The universal opinion of to prejudiced is that the men of this of town. The old fe.low makes it his our sister county maKe merry. For business to attend all the neighboring socability, pretty women, ciever men regiment are given treatment far te following courts. He should hi sent to the poor and a hearty welcome Nicholasville above the average in army service. is a man who will tolerhouse or some of tli3 numerous other takes the cal:e, and the writer of this Col. Gaither ate no shirking of duty, and knowing institutions kept up for such cases. article is never so happy as when him as wc do, we feel safe in saying within her wide open gates. that no surgeon would dare nef'ect a G General Greely's 278 Days of Death. patient in Col. Gaithcr's regimentH On to Cincinnati. The true story of those 273 days of Beginning tomorrow, the 3rl, the L As a matter of course, the sick are not suffering by Greely's heroic .little band of explorers in the Arcuc region & N. will sell tickets to Cincinnati and given the nursing they would receive has been told by General Grcely him- return for S3 93 on account of the great at home; such a thing is impossible. self, for the first time, for the October G. A. R. meeting. You can leave Lan- A soldier in camp cannot expect to be AN-OHEILadies' Hom.2 Journal. For years Gen caster on the 3 a. m. train and get to fed on all the delicacies of the season. eral Greely has kept an unbroken si Cincinnati at 7;3). Returningyou leave We would have no object in trying to lence abjut his fearful experience and Cincinnati at 7:33 p. m. and get to cover up any oversight of Col. Gaither, Tickets but knowing him to be a strict dicipli-nariathat of his companion's as they drop Lancaster at 13, midnight a ty.pical soldier and every ped dead one by one at his side, and it will be limited to continuous passage was only after the greatest persuasion in each direction; going journey to inch a gentleman, we dislike to see that the famous explorer was induced, commence oa date of sale. Tickets statements going therounds calculated will be good for return passage with to place blamj on him which in realit to write the story. out Vali iation, liaving Cincinnati not dojs not exist lirlck Kiln. earlier than September 5, nor later "Will Dunlap Iteluruft. A company has baen organizo 1, with than September 13, 1893. By departto Mr. Ham Brown as yard manager, It may be that some peoplo have at ing tickets with the Joint A?ent go into the brick manu'acturing busi- Cincinnati, Mr. R. G. Stevenson, 119 been given bigger receptions, in point ness. A lot has been secured in the East FiJth Street, bstween Saptembjr of numbers, but we doubt exceedingly Baker addition and operations at this 5 and 9, both dates inclusive, and pay-- , if a bjy ever received a warmer, or writing are in active progress. Tho cents per mora enthusiastic one than did Will fee of twenty-fiv- e company will make and burn about mentof time o. dep jsit, an extension Dunlap at the Lancaster depot Friday ticket at 230,003 brick and have them on the limit to leave Cincinnati not! night That afternoon his mother reMr. J. C. of return market during October. later than Octobjr 2, ISii, may be ceived a telegram announcing his comHemphill is general manager and book obtained. Tickets so deposited will b ing. Men and boys about town soon keeper. Those wanting bi ic c for side- exueuted by the Joint Aent when learned the news, and it was decided other purposes can leave walks and withdrawn from the Agency and will to meet Will with open arms. The their o:djrs with Mr. Hemp'.iilL First bj honored for continous return pas- train does not arrive 't.l 12:29 and j ist conies first served. sage leaving Cincianati only upon date as the big town clock pe iled forth the S. IS. White Dead. of execution. Special T.okets will b: midnight hour, the Lancaster band for the depot playing a lively Capt Steve White died suddenly at furnished you. As the agent does not started Fully of Lancaster's residence in Richmond Moaday af- meet the night trains, it is necessary air. his ne had been complaining you buy ticket the afternoon before men, women and children gathered at ternoon, o station and when the gallant sol for several, days but it was thought starting. IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER, About Iiaving a Good Roof put upon your house? If you are, J Haselden will be glad to give you ures. Tnere is no wear out to a Good Tin J, R.HaseldeO; Ready-to-we- AUTUMN 5? 9 Oven-oats- . We are receiving new FALL and WINTER GOODS. Home-mad- I MUMS Attorneys at Lancaster Stock will be COMPLETE IN A WEEK or Ten Days -- , Logan Dry Goods Co. Furniture, Lancaster, Ky. FOE YOTJH FALL ORDERS, Oar Sieeial Drier Lines Complete tailors: We represent the up-to-da- M. BOND & CO., Chicago, GLOBE TAILOR-INCO., Cincinnati, LAMM & CO., Chicago KAHAN BROS., Louisville, BERYMAN THE NATIONAL Chicago, TAILORING CO., New York. 0O n, dier, clad in a ragged uniform, alighted from the train, a graud rush was made for him. Had he been a brother of each present he could not have been caressed more fondly. Hobson, with his greatly alvertised kisses, was not in it, compared to WilL The fellow, not knowing of tlu arrangement, was greatly excited and, at first, could not get it clear in his cranium as to what was up. After the great racket had subsided, Letcher Owsley got out his voice and made a soul-sti- r ring speecii. Letcher is a good speaker at all times, bat ha fairly out-dihimself that night At one time he would have 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 cirriage besidj his mother and a great procession, headed, by the band, marched to town. On the square a general handshaking took'p'au, and poor Will was almost pulled t pieces by admiring friends. It will be remembered that Dunlap was in the Cth Regular Cavalry, who, with the lih Infautry, made the great charge at Sin Juan. He was tacen to Alontauk Point, L. I., and got thirty days furlough to come home and see his mother. He is about 28 years old and is the onlv son of Air. John Dun lap, dtc'J., and a grandson of Hon. Geo. W. Dunlap, who was one of the most prominent lawyers in Kentucky. Young Dunlap was in Kansas at beginning of the war an I enlisted as a private to tight for the 11 g of his country. He looks a little the worse for wear tut is rapidly getting back into perfect health. We hopa to give some of his experiences in next issue of The Record. The Union Aleeting will be held at at the Presbyterian church Sunday night. Attend these meetings; they will do you good. fog-hor- n d The Royal is the highest grade baking powder lioown. Actual tests shew it goes further tbaa say otier broad. POWDER Absolutely Pure SOYAL BAK1NO ROBINSON two-thir- POwOCR CO., HEW YORK. CENTRAL RECORD W. G. ;eveey week By LOUIS I4AHDRAM, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. YFAB, IN ADVANCE " SOKEMonths. $1.00 .&0 " 25 FRIDAY, September, 2 - 1898. Why not annex the Philippines and then draft the annexationists to go thrre, keep order, and look out for the v.elfare of the islands generally? Ths people are taking1 sides with (Ian. Miles in his controversy with of war Alger. Miles is a train-:!- , educated soldier, while Alger is a political That's the the two men. Wide, n r. is-'- t it?. j jmping The politicians, bless their hides, are like cats on first one side .and then the other of the annexation question. Of course their only object is to got on the most popular side, and as the problem is a knotty one it keeps them hopping about like a cuss word ou a hot skillet It took just thirty minutes all told for the republican convention to nominate Hon. Geo. M. Davison for The meeting was called to by the chairman, Hon. W. J. at Danville Tuesday morning. Hon. John V. Yorkes was chosen for temporary chairman and made a rous-- i lg specclu Mr. Da vise n is in Michit will return and make a gan now, vigorous campaign. or-uWil-juor- Tin: magazines have commenced telling how the "Itouirh Riders" and Teddy Roosevelt whipped the Spaniards. LOWELL. Athese windy articles arc the chief af'oncmy' such fellows went to war a Eld. Geo. Gowen preaches at ter, the public may look fbr them Sunday at 3 o'clock p. m. thick and fast. One magazine has maProtracted meeting begins at Mt. ny pictures showing "charges" made, all of which reminds a fellow of the Tabor Baptist Church the first Sunday old yellow back dime novels we all in September. Mrs. E. E. White is quite ill at this read when young. The illustrations writing. Mrs. Annie White, of Adams, were, no doubt, dawn to order. Ind., is visiting her parents Mr. and Col. V. II. Zieglkh, candidate for Mrs lstrh Cumley. The many friends and admirers of c ingress on the Prohibition ticket in this district, was in town this week Misses Annie White and Ella Hender and made our sanctum a pleasant call. son are pleased to know that they are Col. Zeigler resides at Union Mills. He recovering from a severe attack of is an exceedingly pleasant conversa- typhoid fever. tionalist and baarj all the marks of a The W. C. T. U. held a meeting at typical gentleman. He will stump the Walnutta Church Sunday night con district and hopes to not only bring ducted by Mrs. Overly. Miss Maggie out the full vote of his partj- - but win Wilcox read an interesting paper on "Juvenile Work," Mrs. Elkin, of Lan more voters to his side of the house. caster, delivered an excellent address applause. A preacher came to a newipaper man which received frequent in this wa3-- : 'You editors dare not tell Short addresses were made by Rev. the truth. If you did you could not Echols, Bailey and Ziegler. The choir live, your newspaper would be a fail- rendered beautiful and appropriate ure." Hie editor replied. "You are music for the occasion. The church right, and the minister who will at all was crowded and many had to stand times and under all circumstances tell outside. Twelve names were added to the truth aboat his members, dead or their number and a collection of alive, will not occupy his pulpit more taken up for the benefit of the W. C. than one Sunday, and then he will find T. U. May the good work go on, Truth wears well. People have it necissiry to leave town in a hurry. Tiie press and pulpit go hand in hand learned that DeWitt's Little Early with white wash brushes and pleasant Risers are reliable little pills for regu" words magnifying little virtues into lating the bowels, curing constipation big ones. The pulpit, the pen and the and sick headache. They don't gripe grave stone are the great saint making Stormes Drug Stsre. lm Ex. triumvirate." Wal-nutt27 to Chas. Mr. J. T. Cecil is erecting a residence on the land recently purchased from Mr. J. a Boner. The Ladies Aid Society, of the Fork Church, will give a supper at Mr. Fred Kemper's Friday evening Sept. 2. Admission 23 ct. 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 wai killed but Dr. Armstrong came andfonnd his injuries were not serious and 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. Boner, 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 attend 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 Keugeville ana attended a supper at Hubble, last week. More than twenty million free sam pies of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve have been distributed by the manu facturers. What better proof of their confidence in it's merits do you wadt? It cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in the shortest space of time. Stormes Drug Store. lm A Card from the Trustee. In it's last week's issue The Record Aldridge has rented his farm states editorially that Prof. Patterson Burdette for ?425. bought out Prof. Goweu's right to oc MARKSBURY. SWEENEY. J. H. Thompson sold to Josiah An derson SO sheep at S3. 75 a head. Mrs. O. B. Perkins has purchased a handsome phaeton from W. J. Romans, of Lancaster. Misses Sallie and Olic Duderar, 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 4'J hogs averaging 200 lbs. at 3 and 5 heife.-- at 3 2 cows at 45, 33 steers averaging 875 lbs. at 3 cts, 50 lambs at 4 and 25 old sheep at $3.12 per hundred, also sold to Jim Bourne 2 cows at $30, 3 sows and 35 pigs at $30 and bought of E. P. Hildreth, of Tenn. 27 head of yarling cattle at 3 and engaged 5) 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. DeWitt's Little Early Ri sers are pleasant, easy, thorough little pills. They cure constipation and sick hoadache just as sure as you take them. Stormes Drug Store. lm l-- 'c s c, 2 2 building cupancy of the Graded We are sorry to say that Prof. Gowen sold that which he did not own and Prof. Patterson paid for that to which he his been entitled free since ubout the first of June, 189S at the termination of the last scholastic year. Prof. Gowen, in a curd in the previous is sue of The Record claimed the right to hold the residence portion of the school building until the 12th of Sept. 1S98 because three ye at-- ago on that date he entered it. Oj reading his card our secretary sent Prof. Gowen a copy of the contract under which he taught our school and occupied the residence belonging to the Graded School building. The contract cau be office and is &een at the secretary's that the term of the Graded School is fixed at "nine months and the salary o the principal at eight hundred and fifty dollars(S35D.OO) and house rent for the ensuing scholastic year." Prof. Gowen accepted the principalihip unThe schoolastic der this contract. 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. Gowen's time of "occupai.cy'' of the building was known by him to be out at the close of the last scholastic year under the contract and on the principles of common sense and the fitness of things. At the time the copy of the contract was sent and accompanying the same the Secretary sent a dispatch just then received from Prof. Patterson statin'' that " iVe will be i i Lan caster tonight." Prof. Patterson came in that niiit but cou'd not get the building uutil he agreed to pay Prof, Gowen fifteen (Si5) dollars. As this was a very unfair charge against Prof. Patterson tha Board will reimburse him. Prof. Gowen assumed last spring that we did not want hiiu for the coming scholastic year when a.l the teachers who applied were employed for the coming session and he rushed into print sereral times. But his would-b- e crushing broadsides were so silly and the distinguished professor kicked himself out so completely that we treated him with the silence which he deserved. Now, however, as The Record makes a statement of the fact, founded, of course, on a misstatement made to it we ask sp ice for this cor rcction. Wm. Herndon, Theo. Currey, B. F. Hudson, W. L Williams, L. Y. Leavell William Ward, Months of neglect cannot be over come by feeding a .few doses of the remedy after hogs are past help, Avoid risk and make extra flesh by feeding Dr. Haas' Hog Remedy in time and according to directions. For sale by J. M. Higginbotham. lm DEFYING DEATH. Sergeant Spears Tells a Thrilling Story of the Assault at San Juan 11111. were dying in the trenches at night he went back to the commissary and made repeated trips carrying a gunny sack of canned goods on his shoulder to his company. He lost all but two of his officers and 35 per cent of his company were killed or wounded. The Sixteenth 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 set tled the fate of Santiago. Van Dorn, of company H, Sixteenth Infantry, planted the first flag on San Juan InlL Every man who has been mentioned in this short sketch, from Capt. McFar land down, are too modest and unas suming to press their own claims for recognition, but it is nothing but'right 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 prom inent 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, ne 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. TI BLUE GBASS Gill sav- 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 books, book keepers, bad debts and the ings in all these enables us to Sell Cheaper Than Other's. 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 CO. EPH. P. BROWN, ViObN Mgr. 4 lSiYSeJ ic)Ci; vsDoNi i iDGNiy36N Mccreary. Will pay highest market price in cash for eggs, poultry and butter. Carrie Hakdin. John W. Fobes, of Chickamauga, is at home on a furlough. Misses Stella and Minnie Broaddus leave this week to enter school at Midwaj'. 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 Myr;ie 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 Fair. Mrs R W. Dunn has returned home to Milledgeville after spending a week with her brother E. W. Lawless. Mrs. A. S. Jennings and little daughter, Miss Cleo, are in Spencer county visiting relatives. Mr. Morgan Sutton has returned from a business trip in the northern part of the state. A'stuLIorn 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. lm CARTERSVILLE. our carpenter, has contracted to build a five room cottage and out buildings at Bryantsville for Mr. Stedman. Hit you need a Buggy, Surrey, Raad 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 o Casket, Shrouds &c to be found in the country. Also furnishes hearse when desired. Can furnish from this place or from Moore's & Co., Paint L'clc J. B. Conn is prepaired to build smoke stacks, and engine boiler machines of all discription. Guns, revolvers sewing machines, in fact any thing that is cut of repair. Get his price. Also handles Harness, Saddles, Hardware, eta Mrs. J. B. Carter is very sick. Born to wife of George W. Conn, a bouncing girl, weighing 9 2 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 injured sometime ago is improving. W. L. Allen is building a new store house and will soon be ready to display new lines of goods. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo has the largest sale of any Salve in the world. This fact and its merit has led dishonest people to attempt to counterfeit it Look out for the man who attempts to deceive you when yon call for DeWitt's Witch "Hazel Salve the great pile cure. Stormes Drug1 Store. lm C S. Roop, BRYANTSVILLE. startled the world, just as war between England aud Russia was supposed to be immi nent, by proposing a conference of all tlic powers to consider the question ot the disarming of Europe and reaching an agreement that will insure universal peace. The proposition is in the saapi of an official manifesto, issued by the Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs in which the evils of the present European system are strikingly portrayed and the horrors of the inevitable consequence deplored. The proposition has aroused great interest m all the European capitals, and the trend of the discussion in London and Paris is favorable to the plan. Opinion as to the outcome of the move is divided. Such an agreement could sunily cause no harm, and would more than likely result in much good. 'J in: Czar of Russia has The papers are filled with charges and counter charges as to who is to blame for 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 trou ble was caused by the numb-skupoliticians and political giv en important positions for which they were totally incompetent. All the trouble at Santiago was brought about by tin generals who were there to gain distinction and nothing mere. At Washington, old saddle-bag- s Alger was legging constantly to strengthen his candidacy for the Presidency. He don't know as much about warfare as does a hog about holiday and the way he hampered the army was disgusting in the extreme. Can. Miles has a jui. cy roast laid away for Alger and when be gets a chance it will be served the secretary in the best of style. As to the hospitals in the volunteer camps, the politician did the best they knew how, perhaps, but the chan ces are ten to one some of them had never attended a case be'ore. 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. ll wire-pullesaw-bon- The William Dunn farm was sold to Mr. J. II. Easly on the 10th inst. Price $24 ii per acre. Mr. S. N. Stedman sold his house and one hundred acres of land to Mr. Mr. Spears of Jessamine county. Stedman will erect a cottage on his remaining farm. Bra Allen filled his regular appoint ment at Pleasant Grove Sunday, and delivered an excellent sermon on "The Mr. M, Parable of the Vinyard." Mullins is slowly improving after a severe illness of fever. Mrs. John Leavell and daughter Miss Ella, of your city visited Mr. R chard Ballard last week. Miss Mittie Dunn spent Saturday and Sunday with her moth er. Mr. Joe Davis and sister, and Miss Ada Broils of Perry ville, were the pleasant guests of Miss Lonla Burke the latter part-olast week. Mr. and Mrs. John Bryant and little son, Joe, visited in Danville Monday. Miss Alice Dunn returned to Danville Sunday aftes a pleasant weeks visit to friends and relatives. Will Marksbury and Dick McGratb, two of the Second Kentucky Regiment boys are home once more shaking hands with Mrs. J. Ray friends and relatives. mond Haselden accompanied by MrsOscar Tillett and S. G. Haselden of your city visited Mrs. A. Haselden - Monday. When you call for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure, don't accept anything else. Don't be talked into accepting a substitute, for piles, for sores, for burns. Stormes Dru; Store. lm FLATWOOD. Miss Jennie Scott is confined to her The Lexington prints the following: "But for the gallantry and dashing charge led by Captain W. C. McFar-lanof Company E, Sixteenth Infantry, up San Juan hill, the battle of Sany tiago would not have been sosum ended,' remarked Sergeant C M Spears, of Company B, of the same regiment. Mr. Spears received his discharge after three years' service and left Santiago on August 1, for his home in Lexington. His account of the three days' fighting and the surrender of Gen. Toral on July 3, makes interesting reading and fills in some incidents not hitherto published. On the morning of July 1, the order was given for a general advance on the Spanish works. The Sixteenth Infantry, under Gen. Hawkins, formed the center, and the entire line reached from the ocean on the left around to El Cahey on the right and beyond Santiago. After 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 final assault Grimes' battery of three-inc- h 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 e this battery shelled the 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 e about fifty yards from the a shell from Grimes' battery exploded right over Capt McFarland. Lieuten ant Ord, Sergeant Spears, Sergeant Boone, Corporal Fleming and Private Goade, who were some distance in ad vance of the others. Lieut Ord was knocked down and Captain McEarland was struck in the head and fell forward, the blood streaming from his wound. Sergeant Boone rushed to him and helped him to bind up his head with what is known as the ercegency bandage. They were standing in wild grass up to their necks, and the offi cers in charge of the battery could not distinguish them even with their glasses. 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 bullets, and it is a mystery that all of this gallant band was net killed. Ihev cut the barbed wire fences with their sword bayonets and drove the Spaniards from the trenches, killing and wounding all of them who had not retreated to the block house. Lieut Ord had the guns and s 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 several steps and fell dead. Private Fleming, of company A, was wounded and Sergeant Boone carried him to the rear and dressed his wouud. Capt McFarland ordered the gat'.ing 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 10,000 Spanish reinforcements who were rushing up the opposite 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 2,000 Spaniards were killed here and Santiago was practically captured, altho' the fighting continued until Sunday morning about 12 o'clock, when the flag of truce was raised. During all this fighting Capt. McFarland never left the firing line, and while his men na-rilblock-housblock-housside-arm- Captain McFarland slept in the trenches with his men. He did not even have a "shelter-half.- " 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 llobson, which oc curred 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. E.AV. Lillard. Jko. B.Stcut. A m Lillavd ck Szovz, eadingP"ruggists.) 6 -- to ' Stationery, Paints, Oils, Etc. II CRITICAL TIME DANVILLE KENTUCKY. xoo OCOOOOOC060000000i :- -: During the Battle Santiago. U ORGANIZED 1883. PITMS OF THE SICK WELL, A HUSH NIGHT AND DAY. OR NATIONAL BANK, LAKOASTER. TI. NOTIONAL CAPITAL J200 .ooo.oo ) BANK j SURPLUS Capital, Surplus Fund BUSINESS $100,000 15,000 j 0 J65,ooo.oH The Packers at the Battle of Santiago de Cuba were all Heroes. Their Heroic Effects in Getting Ammuni tion and Rations to the Front Saved the day. No. 3 P. E. Butler, of pack-trai- n writimr from Santiago, De Cuba, cn July 23d, says: "We all had diarrhoea in more or less violent form, and when we landed we had no time to see a doc, tor, for it was a case of ruse and rush night and day to keep the troops sup plied with ammunition and rations, but thanks to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, we were able to keep at work aud keep our healtn; in fact, 1 sincerely believe that at one critical time this medicine was the indirect saviour of our army, for if the packers had been unable to work there 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 supply of this medicine for our pack-traibe "ore we left Tampa, aud I know in four cases it absolutely saved life." The above letter was written to the manufactures of this medicine, the Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des Moines. Iowa. For sale by R. E. McRoberts. n SOLICITED. LANCASTER, KY. President Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed J. M. HiGGiNaoTHAM LBwia Y. Leavell Cashlei Assistant Cash'r Bookkeeper DIRECTORS: B. F. Hudson W. A.R.Denny. President. Jno. E. Stormes, Vice President. Wx. H. Kinnaisd, Cashier. S.C.Dznnt, Assistant Cash'r. R. T. Embrt O. C. D. Bignkt Walker J. F. Robinson. Jx, Ass't J.M.HieeiNBOTHAX, J.S.Johnson, H.C.Abnold, Jb. alex. gibbs, Jacob Y. Robinson. Lewis Y. Leavkll, T.M.Arnold, B.P.Hudson, j. j. vtalkxs DIRECTOR3 Sam'I.D. Cochran, Alex. R. Denny. Jas Spllman, A.C.Robinson. W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, Jno. E. Stormes, THE SUPERIOR. Farm erg Insure. The Kentucky Growers Insurance Company, in which the formers of county are so largely interested, held its annual meeting at Lexington, Ky., Tuesday, Aug. 10. The Legislative Board is composed of W. P. C x, of Anderson county; D. W. Dunn; Boyle; A. J. Gorham, Fayette; Sidney Bedford, Franklin; G. T. Higginbotham, Garrard; A. L. Chiisman, Jessamine; J. K. Baughman, Lincoln; A. II. Vanhook, Mercer; J. A. Logan, Shel by; C. S. Williams, Woodford; together with the Executive Board, composed of J. E. Delph, President, R. B Kendall, Secretary, L. P. S urr, J. D. Hin-toW. H. Warren and J. CBosworth. 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 Sl,225.000 of insurrnce. Farmers desiring 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 Uiittsville, F. B. Kemper, agent, Marcellus, or write the home office, 6C0, Short St, Lexington, Ky., for circulars or information. R. B. Kendall, Gen'l Manager. Lexington, Ky. 2t Gai-ra- In offering the Snperior Disc Grain Drll to the farmers of Garrard county we do not offer them an experiment, but a SUCCESSFUL REALITY. 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 pei-feThe Superior Disc Drill made. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. will do perfect work in CORN STALKS or TRASHY LAND and can be put into the hardest ground. If you wane the best Disc Dril made, buy the Superior. ct G. S. GAINES, Agt., Lancaster, Ky. 1?TT)1? anfl i'liua uuu- - T.TOT uxrii IMTTRAWPli1! xj.1uuxuu.1uij PLEASE REMEMBER. I again appeal to those indebted me to come forward and come to- SPRHNGFIELD D1MfANUBIAN TEA cures Dyxpesia, Constipation and Indigestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 p- FIRE AUD MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK. CO settle To save farther trouble,, duo-an- cts- - For broken surfaces, sores, insect bites, burns, skin diseases and especi ally piles there is one reliable remedy, Dewitt's Witch Hazel Salve. When you call for DeWitt's don't accept C U B A N O I L cans counterfeits or frauds. You will not Dlaftitatf be disappointed with DeWitt's Witch I IWIIIVI 9 Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rhea. Hazel Salve. Stormes Drug Store, lm matism aud Sores. Price, 25 cents room with fever. Little Arch Miller is on the sick list The singing at Lawson's Chapel is progressing and is well attended. The extreme heat has'been very un pleasant for a few days but we have been bountifully repaid by the refreshing 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, is at home on a furlough, much to the delight of his many friends. Miss Malissa B. Furr and her cousin, Mr. Clyde McCarty, attended church at the Preachersville Baptist church ounaay ana called on the Misses Mor gan, at Sweeney. at once. My accounts are must be settled. I don't want give my accounts to an officer. to School Books .A. MISS SALLIE TILLETT. Robinson & Hamilton Agts Li.xcv.9TaR. Office ovei Po3t Office. Kentucky : :: Skin Disease For the speedy and permanent enre tetter, salt rheum and eczema. Cham S. BEAZUEY, T Bring McEobrts' Drug1 Store. Printing. us Old books taken in exchange. berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment i withont an equal. It relieves the itch Teeth filled and extracted with ing and smarting almost instantly aul Bridfte its continued use effects a permanent? lJJAJ out pain. Crown and It also cures itch, barber's itch, Work a specialty. Office overT. S. Elklu'd cure. scald head, pore nipples, itching piles, meat shop, in the new Thompson bulldlog. chapped hands, chronic sore eyes lids. -- your Job Dr. Cady'9. Cewlitlem Pawicrs for horses are the best tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. Price, 23 cents. Sold by E.E. McRoberts, Druggls, Lancaster Many economise it as much as they $1 0. do the Almighty Dollar. d. WE ARB SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN. SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED. Toll Sa-relO Tiam.es Some of our $12, $13.50 $15.00 and $16.50 Suits now for NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH BARGAINS BE OFFERED. Over. Fine Straw Hats 50c on $1.00. Negligee Shirts. Stacy Adams Fine Shoes. Suits made to order in Danville. COME AND SEE OUR SUITINGS AND WORK SHOP. J. L. Frohman New IVBiliirsery LOBE THE Telephone 136, & Co., Wy-att, 7 i.y I'Tim Danville, Ky, Xfyasxejed VieW of LcwriN anniversary of their marriage, by Mr. Mary E Baker, of Springfield, O., Ltiko, Chas. II. Jarvis, of Galden North Dakota, G. II. and J. L Jarvis, of Hedgeville. Gov. W. O Bradley made a flying business trip to Lancaster this week. Miss e Arnold entertained Having "bought Mrs. Haxden's stock of Millinery, we younger Rellalast T: ursd-.i- evening tlin set will continue the "business the same stand. "Will carry honor of Misses Emm.v and Eddie a Large and Select line of goods, with prices to suit all. of Lexington. Mus'c, games and CLOSE FIGURES FOR CASH. We kindly solicit a con- delicious refreshments were among tinuation of the patronage of her customer e, also of our thi pleasures of the evening. office was honored MonThe old customers. Miss Lula Graham have charge of day by Recordfrom our former corresa call the trimming room. pondent, Miss Malisia B. Furr. Miss Furr teaches in Indiana and is at present visiting her parents at Fiat Wood. Creary, have gone to Texas to spend S ic returns to Iudiana in about two the winter with their son. weks. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. It!cn havj Iaf trmation has been received by FRIDAY, September, 2 - 1898 I from an extended tour through Lancaster relatives that Ilerndon Tennessee and Kentucky. Young, who was with Rosevelt's Rough MesJames Mattie Baughman and Riders, is at Mt, Sterling very ill of George Robinson, of the Bend, are fever. He startei to Lancaster aud stopped in Winc'iester to visit his spending this week at Dripping. Grandfather Young. Miss Leila Bryant, and neice, Miss We regret v ry much to announce Bertie McCimpbell, o: Danvnle, have Mrs. James Dillon is visiting1 Star. that Mr. George R. Harden and his exbeen visiting Lmcaster relatives. ford relatives. cellent family will shortly move to Mrs. El:za George, who has been Cincinnati to Miss Hill is visitinjj relatives make their home. Mrs. visiting her father and mother in Harden has been engaged in the milin Danville and Burgin. Bristol, Tenn., has returned home. linery busiuess here for a number of Miss Carrie Currej' is spending thp John Johnson, of Monticcllo, is vis- years, and by her fair dealing and week at Harrodsburg. stocks has won iting his many friends in this city keeping Miss Daisey Collier, of Danville has Johnnie is a favjrite in Lancaster. many friends among the ladies. We been visiting Annie Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Harden much hapW. J. Kiauaird is at home from wish Mrs. M. D. Hughes is visitiffg Mrs. Middlesb .ro". He was accompanied by piness in their new home. Mount, in La Grange, K3'. his frieLd Mr. Baird, of Louisville. MORE LOCAL. Miss Lena Bright has returned from Miss Maybel Royston has returned a visit to Lexington relatives. roin a vi ry er j.jyable lour weeks Mr. and Mrs. Jjhn Lackey have MiQdles-borgone to Vernon, Texas to visit relaMiss Nellie Dillon is spending a few visit to Mhs Louise Parks, of tives. days with relatives iu Stanford. Mrs. J. M. Logan and two sons, Cosllourbon Steam Laundry. Miss Katie Simpson is in Crab Orchby and Van, are vis ting her sister, Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the ard, visiting Mi&s Lizzie Simpson. Mrs. J. P. iandL'er, in Covington, this Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your Miss Lizzie Simpson is visiting Mrs week. orders at Sweeney's store. tf U. D. S mpson at the Mason Hotel. Charley Walker, who has been quite Seed Wheat, Mrs. Harry Hyde, of St. Louis, Mo., low from fever, is improving rapidly We have some splendid seed wheat is visiting her sister, Mrs. Susan Price. aud it is b jlie vjd he wLl soon be on for sale. It has been screened cleLn loot again. and uniform grain, call and see us. Mrs. John Rose, of Louisville, is visMr. Wade Bush gave an enjoyable II. A. B. Marksiiukv. iting Ltr tistcr, Mif. Moody Harden. e Mond iy evening in honor of Mrs. John Haughman, of Kichrr.o id, Miss Maty E.in, of S.antorc', and Mr. Strayed. has been the guest of Mrs. E. V. Mor- Moritz, 01 St. Lou's. Roan horse mule about 14 hands row. Mhs Mattie Elhin entertained a few high. Left Antioch church Sunday Mr. Harry Wherritt, of Richmond, friends Wednetdjy evening in honor night. Last sen was on Richmond has been visiting V. U. Wherritt and of Mr. Wade Bush aud his friend, Mr. pike Monday the 22. Reward for information leading to return. Jno. M. family. Moriiz, of fct. Louis. Gilliland, Vanhook, Ky. LowMiss Alta Ilettis has returned to Mrs. D. B. Wilson, of Leavenworth, To Visit the School. er Garrard alter a visit to Miss Lottie Wash., ai.d Miss Mary E. Edis, of Miss Elisa Lusk, county superinten- Ileitis. Pjwe:s stare, Case' count', are veildant, will during the month of Sep ing Mrs. W. 15. Jaivis this week. Dr. XV. N. Bush entertained the Lantember, visit the schools in the county. caster physicians at an elegant dinner Mr. and Mrs. John Wood, Miss Jose As this will take up so much time she Sunday. phine Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff T. will only be at her oflice on Saturdays Miss Mary Gill is expected home Dann ann master Jack Dunn returned and court d;iy during the month, tf this week from several week's visit to Wednesday :rom Dripping Springs. Pike Companies Indicted Barbourville. J. M. Logan has gone to the cities to The grand jury returned indictments Little Dora and Allene Maloney of complete his fall aud wiater purchas- against the Lancaster & Stanford Craig, of Va., are viiting Dr. James es. Look cut fur a nice assortment of Turnpike Co., for failure to mike d.-goods, notions, &c, on his return. Grants family. with County Court, as req lired 'J also indic.ed Misses Laura and Luvenia Pope visIhe miny friends of Miss Graham by law. he jury Co., for failure the to ited their brother, in Illinois for a fjw will hi uclighted tolearu that thcj will Crab 0chard Pike keep their road in repair. days last week. n. Vj charge of the trimming departA Curd of Thanks. Mrs. Alice Hayncs, of Ronceferte, ment at Noel Sifters new Millinery We desire through your paper this West Va., is the gi est of her brother, store. Dr. James Grant. Thi Tates Creek Baptist Association week to extend our heartiest thanks for the kindness shown by our friends Mrs. Lizzie Best and daughter Liz- is in session at Stanford, commencing ng our sad bereavement. They zie, left Wednesdays for their future Tuesday, Aug. 3Jth, cont.nue three dur days. Quite a number of our citizens will never be forgotten, and may the heme in Rplc y, Tenn. Lord ever bless them is our earnest attended. George R. Harden will attend the an prayer. Corporal Harry Robinson, while im T. J. Hammond and Family. nual meeting of Railway Mail Clerks proving, is gaining ground slowly. His at Nashville next week. Fun, Kut Noisy. fever is of the most stubborn type and Mr. and Mrs. John of Mc- - while he is in no immediate danger he Hay rides are quite popular. The racket, however, is a nuis: ncc. If remains quite ill. some poor devil should get'drunk and Lieut. Claude Wherritt was at home make h as much racket as is on Lutiuess Saturday and Sunday kept up by these hay rides, he would "Short" is in splendid health, and in be made to beat for six y d iys. hi brown duck service uniform looks every ii c a soldier. Damage Suit. The only case on trial in circuit court Mr. Win. Wherritt, of New Orleans, i visiting his patents, Mr. and Mrs. sine that of Wrenn is the suit of Mrs. ! W. H. Wherritt. Billy ii looking well Burnsidc against Jim Hamilton. Hamand says he likes the f.ojth very much. ilton was exhibiting a stallion on the square and the animal ran into the He is with the L. & N. Eg plaintiffs buggy. The case had not S3v Mrs. Bloch and daughter, Miss. Ber- been given the jury at press hour. th?, of New Orleans, Mrs. E. G. Dick o fxCOOL, and daughters, Misses Helen aud Supper At Fork. g EXHILARATING, Jean, of Crab Orchard, were visitors The ladies of the Fork church will RESTFUL in this city last Friday. serve an excellent supper at Mr. Fred Misses Lhz e and Mattie Thompson Kemper's this, Friday, night A reg2 f MUSIC. are entertaining a gay housj-part- y at ular supper will be served. Proceeds AMUSEMENTS, their home on Danville Ave. 'Ihose for benefit of the church. Everylo ly GOOD UVING.gU present are Misses Maggie Bright, of inyitcd. Stanford, Alma Lear, of Paint L c"r, Bookkeeping? Bueicess? Phonography Type Writing aud Telegraphy. v and Nell Bourne, of Lower Garrard. CFor terms address Thoroughly and practically taught Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jarvis were the WG-uHofmann, at tho Commercial College of Kentucky recipients of a handsome dinner set on University. For circulars address ?5i the 21th, given in honor of the sixth Wilbur R. Smith, Lexington, Ky. Firm! NOEL SISTERS. at will CENTRAL RECORD. e rl Tarrnts are Unfair to Teachers' The Lx iiton Meeting. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 81. Lexing"That existing methods of educating y ton will give a running race the young fall short of the i leal there sieeting, beginning September 19. is scarcely any question," writes E Bok iu the September Ladies' Fifteen thousand soldiers are here, Home Journal. ''The most prominent d iiany of whom want taeiny. Two educators of the land admit this fact horses are already here. Every effort is uiuloubteUy made to Il.s Spree Ended. better prevailing system?. Bat the Louisville, Ky., Aug. 31. John fight is As teachers Knoch, a young man despondent from and eJucvtors constantly say: 'We 1 spree, put a bullet into his are alont: parents give us no assistance train Tuesday morning. He will die. They do not e en give us the benefit of ordinary interest.' And this is tru. IIo',1imi(1'4 Ni'iv Sovereign. lamentably true. Parents are all to Haguk, Aug. 31. The queen lax about the methods pursu.d in eduTiik of Holland, in a proclamation regent cating their children. In hundreds of just issued, upon the occasion of the cases they do not even know what the jnd of her regency, her daughter, methods are. They know nothing Queen Wilhelmina, coming of age about them. here is no cooperation Wednesday, expresses warm pleasure of the parent with the teacher. Howit seeing the whole nation "ranged ever much we may be able to improve joyously around the throne of trie modern methods of education, the best roung queen," thanks God that her results to our children cannot be 3earest wish has been heard, and, aft-- r reached until parent and teacher shall thanking the people for their lov- come into closer relations than they ing and faithful support of herself, are at present God's blessing upon the youthful sovereign. l)c You Wuii t a Situation. A course of instruction pursued at Knslgn I'owcllson Marries an Ohio Girl. Philadelphia, Aug. 31. Ensigr. the Commercial College of Kentucky Powellson, who figured so prominent- University has been the means of thousands securing positions and an ly when the court of inquiry was investigating the destruction of the bat- increase of salary. The demand for tleship Maine, will take a bride Wed- tie gracu ites of this responsible and nesday. The wedding was to have ii.flienti.il College has exceeded the supply. For circulars, adlress Wilbur been in the fall, but an accident hastened it The young lady is Miss Mar- R. Sjiith, LexiugtonKy. garet Olivia Millar, of Wyoming, O., a suburb of Cincinnati, and a sister of Lieut. Edward Millar, U. S. A., who is on Gen. Williston's staff. ten-dahun-iresingle-hande-- aCfang.ed4a it&tMJLt ii A (Shorn fifiomed mv'wumd, ax, ,jdlUgJm cj tiie jurttfive., Mh, xwid iluteiuk was Ac fvfyuihk tivii $ coritwvd ift) juAtw&ld hod iuhjtiihjx, Mt?e4 whldx footed Aifartotk KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall. All visiting Knights are fraternally invited. G. B. Swixebroad, C.C. J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. ALL WOMEN Should know tliat tlio "Old linie" Reined, A hleld Fencing. fence that always keeps its shape it's builc that v.av N"thin siic licarilv j:n!van!z- -l wira mle ct ame;;sciiki ntcl fcl in ivicwi. ttiuclion made stocfe i.(l:tur!j. in blithe 30 difle:ent 5tylr turns allkiiuh efstrct ami Iravrs the unharmed while thj fence stands siraa hinge-join- O &f TIliS g j: Camels are the latest innovation in the development of agriculture in Count Sigismund North Germany. skorzewski has four camels at work tilling the fields of his estate at Czerniejewoer, in the province of Posen. Th experiment is said to have given the most satisfactory results. The animals quickly become accustomed to the climate and work well to the The strength of the camel is plow. found equal to that of two,horses, and the beast of the Orient is not particular as to the nature of it. foo:l. waiian 10.0J3 f si i.i feet di-i . imp rar!;r3 rs t ght a ir. jxuscr 2 , in win- - .el; ijtiJ Ji !j mates an t justsLlo fence and rr venls stay wires from Lending THAT r,ani prt.i;ts3tay oil for "rsil: pruTjrS:js : 12" tjf-- t f Treayc-' . frig r!jp!.:.-- T.ire !. ffh ZXAAIl, Ly 'i ; ..J nri: Corrects all !Ki;:lfi:: There's no fence that excels and few, if any, as good. -.."1 . HOW For sale C'CZL .'fiDHirE C0.,PiTTS3USG,f ton sale av hay-rid- The Hale:ik:!l is. -- 1. 1. . 01 u:i of the a volcano .said vtit-i Ha1 lv R. E IcTIobcrts.I.ancnstep J.C. Robinson, Lancaster. a i : e. eneo. A Young Man's IScstliircstnient of SC5 to $90 Is at the Commeic'al College of Kentucky Uui' e ity for tu'.tion and b )arcl for a course of instruction. Graduates of this College are now receiving from 1,000 to Si?,003 salary. For circulars, address Wilbur R. Smith, Lexington Call at my. store and we will explain. Talk about cheap goods, when yon buy of me you know you buy the best. We allow no one to undersell us on same grade of goods If we leud money we waut Interest. If we exchange goods for dollars, we want a very smr.ll margin. Buy of us and get jiure groceries. DO NOT Ky. RUN AFTER THE CHEAP JOHNNIES. Enjoy a Pleasant Chat. "Silver Plate that Wears." Call and Pleased to see you. NO WORRY HERE. y m jMk. THAN H. No. aio BAK1N0 DISH. M. BALLOU. article and just as practical and useful as it is handsome. Whether it is used to serve plain baked beans or the most dainty dessert, A handsome CORSETS Low Rates TO i H. LACKEY I & Cincinnati Very low rates will be in ef fect from au points In too South to Cincinnati and re I turn via the Queen & Crei- contHouto andlts connoct i Ins lines during tho ;hew livery. i I' W. Pirst-Glai I have purchased the stnhlf nnrl ntn prepared to furnish the WalL-p- r Successor to Lackey Gulley. f I s STABLE. it recommends itself to every housekeeper as most ft one-tent- 1 g Icrab 1 desirable. ' 'Silver Every- Q.A.R. :Zd NalloBalEncampmentl Orchard 1 thing else in Plate that Wears' ' I Very Best Rigs sfeSftsJc I on the niton qai ce. a inv n J Special .. Tr.n LIVBRY Ul .ivw. Springs-- now open. y you can possibly want, including g w 1847 J. C. ? . g g: knives, forks, spoons, etc, Sept. 5th to 10th, 1898. I Tickets 'will be on alat JSept. 3rd to 9th Inclusive, I I rood returning Bcpt.xdtn. l (Extension of limit to Oo-i tobcr 2nd. can be secured ftoy depositing ticket with' Joint Accnt. Call on your (Ticket Agent or write for' full Information to Chas. W. Zeel, U. l A. Cincinnati, 0. Must train service In the SeuUt. Xhruch I I Pullman SloepeaM MMiiaH vestlbuled tr&lu TWt dttr from JacksonvUM. wwssu.i Atlanta, ColumM. Jtaeem. i Birmingham. MorkUm. Saw Orleans. Ashevtlle Xnoarvulo, Chattanooga, Xielngtcn etc.. through to Clncnnatl without change, via the&mous ComnCfcial Travelers. f' I HANDSOME TURNOUTS, kEASONABLE PRICES.! SPECIAL ATT2STI0X TO RICE BENGE. TRAVELING MEN. PUBLIC RENTING. On 8atu-da- J. HOOI, SURGEON-DENTIS- Prop'r.8 Thompson Iueen & Crescent V ROUTE September 3d 189S, scaled bids will be received cud opened for the renting of LANCASTER, KY the Office over J. C. Thompsan'a Jewelry store POOR HOUSE FARM Dmvllle street. in Giurard Connty, same containing 170 acre; in the very highest state of cultivation, vrel. improved aud well watered and no more desirable farm will be runted la GarrarJ Conntj this year. Two farm3. one containing 42 acres the other Call on tho undersigned or Magistrates cl 30. Good farming land, comfortable dwelling houses Tand convenient Will Garrard Connty for information. rire liberal terms to purchaser. For particThis August 3 ls'JS. ulars apply to R. A. BHRXSIDE, II. D. ALD RIDGE, Judge Oarrard Counts JIarksbury, Kf FOR SALE! Priceless Pain WANTS A DIVORCE. Ocis. Cuis'.us M. Cluy 1'ilrs :i Suit'for Sepon ihu aration l'ruiu His Child-Wif- e Grounds of Abandonment. niciiMONU. Ky., Aug. flat-- , 39. Gen. Cas-b- :i pain, ''.fothcr'a . oH as an allivi-utMy wife suffered more in ten minutes with cither of her other two children than she Jid with her last, having previously ued of ' Mother's Friend. It is a blessing fear to cny use expecting to become a mother," says c cuomcr. TiV.s writes Ilenderson Bale, Druggist, of Ownti, III., to the BradficM Regulator Cwsipaaiy, of Atlanta, Ga., tlie proprieFii-ra- "I placed on i price cm itbeweight in ii worth Iloni.ixc Ci.iikn, Ky., Aug. 11. The grasshoppers of thi.t county have been piaying havoc with the corn crop around thin section for some time, but l. ct until 'J huraiiay were thty known tt eat up a washing of clothes. Mr. former grand matter IVank C. CJira.-mnsoas, has just of Kentucky returned from a visit out in the country and brings with him a story of this THE ETulDFlELD KEGUUTCii CO., Allanta, Ca. fat having been accomplished. It being wash day tlu family washing was done, the clothes well starched and hung on the line to dry. When FARM AND STOCK NOTES, they went to take them in, in the evening, almost every garment was in shreds. The soft paste or starch on ' he (luveri m int has- bright of one the clothing had proved a dainty morfi id in St. Lt.uis It.OOi'.OOJ pounds or sel for the hungry hoppers and they li iy to be delivered at Ciiiekim lna had made a feast of it. J wili take about .r00 ears to transport d, . manufacturers of " ilotfier's tors 37ricrd." This successful remedy is not :.e of the many internal ir-.- icir.es to do unreasonable things hut a prepared liniment especially in adding strength nnd elasticity il:osc parts of woman's organism which la t lie severest strains of childbirth. 'i!:..- liniment may he used at an- - and th.'!js during pregnancy up to the ho.ir of toufeueincnt. The earlier it is Ikxjuh, and the longer used, Ilia more jK'fcct v. ill ive the result, hut it has been tisc-- 1 during the htbt month only with Ijreat June St and success. It not only shortens. labor and lessens the pain attending it, but greatly diminishes the danger to life ot both mother end child, and leaves the mother in a condition more favorable to speedy recovery. "Slothtr's Friend " issidd by druggists at ft.oo, or sent by cxpresj on receipt of prl Valuable lwok for women, "Before liaby is Bora," scut free on application. i who became some moutl.s ago by his child Dora liiehardson, wife, formt-rlto live with him. has- filed a Knit for divorce in Madison circuit court. His attorney, Jvrrv A. Sullivan, brs I fScssion of the petito disclcre its tion and However, it is slate J contents. irom one who saw it that the At i.lUgis alaudonment. petion present Dora, his child wife, is living on a farm near Fi.ihard. Wccdford county, which was purchased for her iy the farm will the giiier.il. It i le pjirt of the alimony hu has agreed to givo In r. The old general the farm .' aturday and de.larvS he will sup:o t, Dora a long as ahe lives. Tlu will come up at the September term. s Mareellus - Little Pimples Turn to Cancer. Cancer often results from an impurity in the blood, inherited from generations back. Few people are entirely free from some taint in the blood, and it is impossible to tell when it will break out in the form of dreaded Cancer. What has appeared to be a mere pimple or scratch has developed into the most malignant Cancer. "I had a severe Cancer which was at first only a few blotches, that I thought would soon pass away, i was by " TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. Jl Kentucky Judge in Jackson County Ellis II s Wife With a Winchester nnd Then Ends Ills Own Existence. Londo- DuroT, Ky., Aug. 31. News reached here Tuesday of a horrible crime in the adjoining county of Jack-toMonday Levy Johnson, county fudge of Jackson county, living near Annville, about twenty miles from London, went home in company with a friend, and, not finding his wife then?, picked up his Winchester rifle nnd started in pursuit of her. She had gone toher mother's, a short distance away. When Johnston reached a point njar her mother's he met his wife on her return home and shot and killed her, and then, turning the gun upon himself, ended his own exist- FASHION NOTES. Internals nnd the Cojitiuiies ot Some ot of the Summer Season. Make-U- p MUffi IDll ml Coif. n. l" EUKGRY TJu-- GRASSHOPPERS. - Kit Wusliln of a tViiiitun Ttipy Were After lliu in Tlirtit. Mutch Tnat W.-.Uj tin- - Intir y treated several able physicians, but iu spite of their efforts the Cancer spread until my condition became alarming. After many months of treatment and growing ence. steadily worse. I decided to try S. S. 8. SICK SOLDIERS. which was so strongly recommended. The first bottle produced an im- Gov. Bradley Asks nf Secretary provement. I continued Al-- er to Krinsr Them Home at 'fT.; SrWTafflSN fnnr th. l..t lV" Kxpenae. Kentucky' tie scab dropped off. Ten vears have claused. FllANKFOltT, Gov. Ky., Aug. SI. and not a sign of the disease lias returned." E. F. Williams. Bradley wired Secretary Alger, asking Gillsburg, Miss. It is dangerous to experiment with leave to bring Kentucky's sick sokliers Cancer. The disease is beyond the skill at Chickamauga back to their homes, of physicians. S. S. S. is the only cure, t'nc state to equip spewal train for because it is the only remedy which that purpose. He has also wired Gen. goes deep enough to reach Cancer. Breckinridge, asking how many sol- I 1 Loutsvti.Li:, Ky., Aug. 27. The clos'She noted stallion Ashland Wilkes, ing day of the week showed little '1' viler, of John It. Gentry, Sally change in the local tobacco market. 3!crt Oliver and other- great ones, is to The few changes noticed were all for lw sold st auction this fall by Wood-Offerings were light, the better. Shanklsn at Lex:nton. hogsheads, but D3 aggregating Charley Snndide, of Lincoln countj' divided into "1 hurley and 74 witji his saddle horses dark. The quality of the hurley jras in big luck sit the Unstonville and Lebanon fairs. offerings was the same as on the in premi preceding days of the week. The At the former he won lias r.iid got everything he want after lower grades continued to be in the greatest demand. There was pracat 1 ! lUer place, tically no difference between the marAiM n Horse I'.rueder, says: ket Thursday and Fridaj. Of the 74 lb i reeding of trotting .slock is of dark tobacco all but five a&srely as com .'ortnblc a pastime as di !ag for guld in t .e Klondike, nnd it hogsheads were of tlu new- crop. lis bbuui us lisely to yield prclitablc J'.inliiiis Iteliised ly the Governor. returns in the near future." CD. Gov. Ky., Aug. 1'i:ankfo::t, Oae .Minute Cough Cure surprise Bradley rejected the following appli;people ly its quick cures and children cations for rurdous: George Ward, of 'TBiy take it in large quantities wlth- - Laurel county, charged with robbery; uBt t'ae least d mger. It has won for 1). J. Hardin, Stamper, Morgan, dynaSssel' the best reputation cf any prep- miting fish; W. A. G rover. Hart counfor colds, croup, ty, embezzlement; G. W. Green, Hickaration sisid tipkling in the throat or obstinate man, carrying concealed deadly weapoet,hs. Siormes Drug Store. lm n-; AlL-- I'ayne, Barren, shooting without wounding; Nat Ili'ey, Andere The hemp crop is practically a in Woodford this year, very little son, carrying dvaily weapons, B. S. Wing planted and that little being ve- Murphy, jr., Hickman, assault and ry poor. The fact of the business is Lattery. thnt the increased price o' cattle and The V eum Died. XOti larger proilt in tobacco havo alLkxisoton, Ky., Aug. -- C. James most induced tho blucgrass farmers to Wingatc, colored, died in SU Joseph's Harrodsburg Demo, abandon hemp. He was Thursday morning. crat. taken out of the ba.-- yard of a Viae Mr. J. M. Hall, a leading Bourbon street saloon Wednesday night in an lurtacr, told tsie Harrodsburg Demo- unconscious condition. It is believed crat that owners of good short horns that he was "slugged." are not disposed to grumble at the A tllrt Miools tier Comp.tnlon. i.nt'ojk. Mr. Hall says there is not Ky., Aug. 'Z'J. A sestat-- j for ortough short-horn- s in the rums shooting affray has been reportMock purposes "and the demand for ed here from Iloanoke. Annie Tr umLctn is good. lie has recently sold bo and Saliie Kvans quarreled over a a number cf bulls, frcm S to 11 string of beads. The Trumbo girl 1 ike old, at SlOJcac'i. procured a pisiol and lir.'d at the EvTlu Michigan peach crop is enor- ans girl. '1 i.e tail struck the latter in mous this year and selling at about 50 the mouth, knoikin.' out live teeth and e:nts a bushel. Some big money is tearing off a p.irt of her nose, bat r not in dieting juideby growers. Xear Iljnton any more serious inM. W. Boio bought a farm for jury tfs,'HU. From the lirst crop he paid lhimh.irdi'tl the t.f,0tJ of the purchase price, and is Uiciimoni), Ky., Aug. :;0. Because Jiow clear of all debt. (Jood peach the pastor failed to put in an appearl.md brings from $100 an acre, accord- ance as sehcdu'ied, some men who ing to location. went to the Spout Springs Methodist For sp'mgc cjlc-- . weigh six eggs, church in Estill county proceeded to t:kj their weight in tugar, and half vent their disap". ointment by firing a ilt.'ir weight in Hour; separate the eggs fusillade of shots into the building. carefully; add the sugar to the No one was injured. and beat until light; then stir in Hani: I'r bident stricken. the whites; sift the Louisvii.i.k. Ky., Aug. 20. Mr. Geo. II nr two or three times, adding a little at a time, folding and cutting it in. Swearingen, president of the Union bank, was stricken with national T.ira into a pin lined with greased and bake in a quick over for from paralysis Thursday morning wdiile situvonty to twenty-fivminutes. La- ting in his private office. He was removed to the Louisville hotel, where dies" Home Jo.irnal. l.e lies in a dangerous condition. . The 3r- -t Fatal it h not generally known that more Will Xot lie a Candidate. a.iults die of Kidney trouble than of Padccah, Ky.. Aug. 29. Hon. W. any other disease. When the first M. Beed, of Benton, who has been symtoms of this disease appear, no urged to make the rac'e for congresi time should be lost in taking Foley's in this district on the democratic Kidney Cure, which is guaranteed or ticket, announces that he will not mane- - refunded. lm run. &i-- C - Sr. l.oui-vill- o Tnb.iceo Market). 'b hog.-hea- - y fail-.ur- Har-"lu- Mepl'.n-II.ins- e. ear-Juli- y well-Lcat- r, e W. C. Sum er. John Hoshal, Itepuhl'.c in Com cut. on Split. SLQIER & HOSHAL laiuc Stoch Salesmen, UNION STOCK YARDS, - - - CINCINNATI, ouic 9s-o- O. su..-rr.ii IIr.sii:i:soN, Ky., Aug. 30. The republican convention, Second congressional district, held split into two lactions, one nominating W. T. Fwwler and the other George W. Jolly, for congress. Chief Cirri; at (irn. S.in;er'i Headquarters. Richmond, ". Reference: C. II. rces Aim Btck, son of JudgetelegramBivck, of com"aJ..c: ThursrER cau F'Olt Jumb; 'itv. received a iihah for cattle. day afternoci ' from Mai. Strum offer- ", Ky., Aug. 20. D. II. Western German Bank, Cincinnati, O. Tim I.iJtlo On ecu' l'lolure. Willicmina. who is to be crowned Q icen of the Netherlands on September C next, has personally sent to Mr. 11 k, the editor of 1 he Ladies' Home Journal himself a Hollander by birth one of her piivate portraits for publication in the next number of his magizine. It is the last portrait which will be taken of the little lady before her coronation, and will be printed in in connection with a specially prepared sketch, showing the personality of the fir.t Qncefl of Holland from every point of v.ew ing him the rositroutf. chief clerk of the division at Gen. Sanger's headHe accepted, quarters, Lexington. and ieft Saturday for his pcLf duty. OfC.tr Turner for Congress. j Owixosvu.i K, Ky., Aug. SQ. Oscar Turner was Monday nominated for congress by the democrats of this, the Fifth district. When You Tako Your Vacation the most ncc2ssary "article to have with you (after your pocket book) is a bot tle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an ab solute prevention or cure of all derangements of the bowls caused bv a change of water. You are likely to need it lm diers from this state are sick at The state has no money available for the purpose, but Gov. (Swift's Specific) is the only blood Bradley declared his intention of borremedy guaranteed Purely Vegetable. rowing sufficient money on behalf of All others contain potash and mer- the state to accomplish it cury, the most dangerous of minerals. Books on Cancer and blood diseases Siconil Kentucky Changes. , mailed free by Swift Specific Company, FnANKFOliT, Aug. SI. Gov. Atlanta, Georgia. Bradley was notified by wire from the war department that the resignation of Capt W. H. Sweenet-- , of the Lebanon company, CoL Gaither's regiment, LICCVRED IN TII.IE. the 2d Kentucky, now at ChickamauUp the Jail at l'iuevllle, I'lot to j:inr d ga, had beeu accepted, and that liy. I;yii:ii:iit) l'ound lu the Lieut. Robert C. Rives, of the Cell of a l'rhouer. same company, had been appointed in his place. Charlton Alexander, of Bixkvili.i:, Aug. 20. JaAics Surber, I, who is in jail here, charged w ith vio- Paris, a minor officer of Company lating the internal revenue laws, is succeeds Rives as second licutentnt charged with having attempted to Early Morning Tragedy at Lexington. blow up the jail with dynamite WednesLkxixgtox, Ky., Aug. 31. At 4:30 day night. The plot was discovered j'clock Wednesday morning Alex. in time to save the jail and perhaps a 1'oung, colored, shot and instantly dozen lives. lilled Tom Warren, also colored, on Two dynamite cartridges were dis- Mill street, near Main. Young marcovered in Surbcr's cell, and he, with ried Warren's sister and abused her. three other prisoners, was brought be- iVarren quarreled with him Tuesday. fore Judge Neal for investigation. 3n their meeting Wednesday morning The proof tended to show that Surber die quarrel was renewed, and Young was going to place the dynamite in a shot Warren four times. He surren-lere- d crevice of the wall at midnight Wedto the police. nesday, which would have destroyed A Young Horse Thief. the jail and perhaps have killed every Ky., Aug. 31. Geo. Hoi'UiN'SVii.i.K, person in it. A warrant was issued Williams, aged 17, and belonging to a against Surber for the attemut respectable Todd county family, was C;;pt. arnrphy and l'.irty Alive and Well. irrestcd Tuesday while trying to sell Fhaxkfout, Ky., Aug. SO. An after- 1 fine horse he had stolen from 11 j v. A. noon paper prints a 'letter from R l Lyon, Methodist minister at Tren-loChilcott, of Seatt'e, to the family of He brok2 down and confessed Capt. John Murphy, stating that there juilt after arrest He has been taken is absolutely no foundation for the back to Todd countj- - for trial. Seattle dispatches widely published Upturns After Thirty Years. that Capt. Murphy and 14 other Phestoxulkg, Ky., Aug. 31. James had been drowned on the steamer Jess in a branch off the Yu- Uisner, a former resident of this place, kon. The letter closed by saying: '! n ho disappeared SO years ago and was do not write tins to assuage your grief. thought to have been killed, has turned up again. He went west to seek 1 know they are perfectly safe." lis fortune, but came back old and poor. Acts Heady at Last. FitA.NKFOP.r, Ky., Aug. 2'J. The acts Head of Supposed Spotted Fever. of the last session of the legislature Padccah, Ky., Aug. 20. W. J. have at last bjen received by the state librarian, and the distribution to the Brian, merchant, of Briensburg, A county oflicers began Saturday. These is dead of supposed spotted fever. acts under the law should have been few years ago this disease was a published the 1st of April, but were scourge in Marshall county, of which There is other the subject of a row between the old Briensburg is a town. state printer, Sowle, aud the board of suspicious cases near Briensburg. nrinting commissioners. Near Stamping Ground. Fraxkfop.t, Ky., Aug. 30. Private Jealousy Causes a Killing. Ky., Aug. 2'J. Sunday advices received from Washington Somkuskt, morning sit 0 o'clock Joseph Johnson Monday say that a camp for volunBell, both colored, became teers is to be established at a point and involved in a quarrel over a woman, near Stamping Ground, Scott county, and one or two regiments from the when Bell shot Johnson with a Smith & Weisson revolver, instant-It- - Lexington camp will be raovetl there. killing him. Bell made his escape A Killing Over a Woman. aud is still at large. It is said that Somekskt, Ky., Aug. SO. Sam Bell, the hilling was justifiable, Johnson colored, shot and instantly killed being the aggressor. Joseph Johnson, also colored, Sunday morning at S o'clock. The troubled ocV ot m of 1.!1 Treatment in Camp. Bell escaped. NuwpoiiT, Ky., Aug. 27. Louis curred over a woman. Knarr, a victim of the medical Eu rnings of the Conv'cts. in the military camp at Chickamauga, FiJAXKroirr, Kj-.- , Aug. 27. Ben G died early Friday morning at the home Weaver, of Louisville, has filed his re. of his father, Fred Knarr, 202 West port of the invoice taken at the local Ninth street, Newport Knarr arrived penitentiary. The report shows that in Cincinnati Tuesday with 33 other the convicts have earned but 25 cents sick soldiers from Chickamauga. He per day under the contract was so week that he aked to be alAtcthodlst I'rcacher Withdraws. lowed to die on the train. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 27. Rev. Church Westroyed by Lightning. Henry Cla3' Morrison, an evangelist e Ky., Aug. 25. The widely known, has withdrawn from Cumberland Presbyterian church the Southern Methodist church bewas struck in the cupola by lightning cause, as he says, it will not let him Wednesday afternoon and the whole preach where he wants to. building was soon enveloped in flames, I.ninli CntletN. proving a total loss. No insurance. Either broil, braise or fry the lamb Only the lay of the wind prevented a cutlets as you please and serve on a general conflagration, for which the mound of spinach (previously rubbed town is wholly unprepared. through'a sieve and heated with a little cream, white pepper and salt), and To Go to l'orto Itlco. serve with the following sauce round: Fr.AXKFOitT, Ky., Aug. SO. CommisStew a small cucumber in white stock sioner of Agriculture Lucas Moore till tender enough to rub through a may not be a candidate for renomina-tio- n sieve, then add to it a little milk or before the republican state con- white stock, and allow it to reduce till vention next year. Moore is consid- it is a pretty thick puree; then stir in ering the question of going to Porto with this a short half pint of rich Kico with a view to bu3'ing a cocoanut bechamel sauce, season to taste with fann. Capt. John W. Prewitt also prowhite pepper and salt, reheat the wdiole in the bainmarie, coloring it to poses to go to Porto Rico. a pale cucumber green with a drop or Gored by a Cow. two of green coloring, and just as you are about to use it in a spoonful or two 29. Ben Vaxcl'BUkg, Aug. Ky., d cream. Cincinnati Beavi?, aged 10, while crossing a field of at his home, a few miles east of here, Enquirer. was attacked by a vicious cow and seTo Stuff n lied. verely gored in the groin. There is Bad sleepers should try the advanlittle hope of his recovery. It has been tages of a bed stuffed with beech but four weeks ince his father, Wm, leaves. These, if gathered early in the are very soft, fragrant Beavis, was run over by a handcar. He, fall of the and soporific in their effects, and will is lying at death's door. give the rest thnt a feather bed often denies. Beech leaves keep fresh and Can't Open the Sife. lauisviLi.E, Ky., Aug. 29. The big sweet for many years, and will not insects or other unpleasantsafe "n, the jewelry store of James K. harbor Cincinnati Commercial Trib- nesses. Letnonit Son is being guarded day and night- - Within are S40.000 worth of Dangerous Drinking Water. diamond and the member of the firm Death lur'rs in impure Water. It to whom hc.combination was intrusted has eith't'forgotten the correct one breeds diseases often in epidemic form. The first symptom is looseness of the or the safe is'oit of gear. It will have bowels. These diseases are check d to be forccdTopn. lm by taking Foley '8 Col'.c Cure. Xi Blood Chiek-amaup- a. K3-.- Sec-Dn- Among the newest ideas is the trimd wool fabrics ming of with rallies of silk muslin. A dress of light-bluveiling has a skirt almost covered with little ruffles of silk muslin arranged in groups aud forming scallops and points. The waists of these 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 trimmings that are now so popular. The grotesque is approached by the finish of some of the new sleeves. They are wide, flaring cuffs that almost entirely conceal the Hands. An imported 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 Happy are these new attachments. They are not but exceedingonly awkward-lookinly uncomfortable, necessitating the use of both hands if one performs the slightest office, as one hand is necessary to hold the enormous cuff hack while the other is occupied. Evening dresses of velvet are highnecks, ly approved. They have low-cand sleeves of lace, and are, therefore, no warmer than the lighter fabrics. A dress of primrose vehet is trimmed with white beads and white gimp arranged 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 sufficiently 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 shoulders. Under the brim are crushed roses and on the side opposite is a scarf of silk muslin. A handsome carriage cloak is made d eloth. It has a trimof ming of ribbon about two inches wide, which is set on in embroidery or braiding pattern, and filled in with fine stitches wrought with embroidery silks. The garment is and has one large lapel, a high, rolling collar, and sleeves with the tops slightly full. A stylish dress has the skirt plainly made and finished at the hem with a trimming of plaid siik. 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. The 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. Ledger. bright-coloree putty-coloredouble-breasted OF LEXINGTON, KY. Over $115,000.00 Paid in Maturities. Over $IO,000.00 Reserve and Surplus The Following Coupons Redeemed July 1898: Name. Addres3. Rev. J. IT. Stanley, Lexington, Ky Climax PriutingCo., Kiahmond, Ky J. H. Baker. Lexlngtogr. Ky J. Baker. Lexington, Ky Newport Xews Syndicate, Newport News Va.. Newport News Syndicate. Newport News, Va.. Newport News Syndicate, Newport, News, Va. Newport Vows Syndicate, Newport News, Va.. M. J. Forstou, Paris, Ky Hattie Jacobs, Cincinnati, O Patrick and Mary Fox, Maysville Ky E. L. Denhard, Louisville. Ky C. D. Doll, Louisville. Ky F. II, Norton. Lexington Ky K. H. Norton Lesicgtou. Ky Mrs. A. T. Million. Kichiaon, Ky. F. II. Norton, Lexington. Ky Robert Hoellieh. Maysville, Ky Mrs. Emma L. Lattn, Lexington, Ky C. and Martha DIggs, Lexington, Ky B. A. Spanglor, Louisville Ky Gladys IIulTmnn, Bntte Mont Howard Shepherd, Lexington Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexlugton, Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky HowHtd Shepherd Lexington. Ky Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky A. J. Vintermlth, P.uincah. Ky B. L. Eggleston. Lexingtin Ky Mary K. Fadden, Lexington, Ky F. M. Drake. Grand Rapids, Mich Mr3. L. Z. Taylor, Richmond, Ky B. R. Gray, Newport News. Va Mary A. Warren. Lexington. Ky Helen McElrath, Carroltou, Ky Otto E. Vollen-.vcideMcArthur.O Daniel Boone Club, Richmond, Ky Daniel Roone Club, Richmond, Ky Newland Jones Richmond. Ky W. F. Whits Estate, Lexington, Ky Good & Co.. Lexington, Ky V. F, White Estate, Lexington, Ky Annie P. Peay. Lexington Ky A. L. Marschall, Lexington, Ky W. D. Fiuch. Danville, Ky John L. Fischer, Louisville, Ky D IS. Good, Lexington, Ky V.N.Gardner, Lexington. Ky , Mrs. Jennie Fesler. Cincinnati. O Luke V. Milward, Lexington, Ky Baptist Church, Pari3, Ky K. F.Johnson .5: Co., Lexington, Ky R. F. Johnson, Baltimore. Md . (). It. Marshall, Lexington, Ky W. C. Nichols, Louisville, Ky D. B. Good. Lexington, Ky W. B. Anderson and wife. Lexington, Ky. Rev. J V. Riley, Versailles. Ky F. H. Norton, Lexington, Ky D. B. Good, Lexington. Ky Dr. S. A. Donaldson, Lexington, Ky Dr. S. A Donaldson. Lexington, Ky G. M. Asher. Lexington, Ky A. M. Newton, Lexington, Ky J. D. Pureeli, Lexington, Ky Mrs. Sallie Owens, Lexington, Ky F. C. Smith, La Grange. Ky ValenteSeutuey. Lexington, Ky Mrs. J. D. Armstrong, LcxiugtOD, Ky Total Profit Over Cost Pull. 3'. 2o.c--; .... .$ $ 9.50 ...MJZO ...UM ....uV.0 ,...10.50 ...10.o0 ....10 sir. ... 9V) .... SCO .... 9.50 ... S.50 ... S.5.J ... .... 9M .... .... .... .... ... ... .... jo.tH 17 41 17.1 J ... ... 2G.; 2j.(J 17.11 8.30 9w0 20.0; 17.41 17.11 1...0U 80 8," 7X0 730 7..V) 8 M 17 l.".ftl 41 17 It .... S.50 S.50 17.44 .... 84) -- V) 17.H 15.00 15.00 12,57 .... 70 .... 7.0 ... Ct0 .... CM) .... Co .... CM .... C50 .... C50 .... C50 .... CM .... C50 127 127 12.7 127 127 127 127 12.57 6M .. . .55.50 ....S0.50 ....50.50 127 lll.O 144 CO 114.C ....4C50 ,...494) ....49.50 ....49.50 ....4S.50 ft 111.00 111.00 111.00 I K CO 132.10 1211.00 ....1C50 ....11.50 ....t7jV) ...41.50 ....41.50 ....4UX0 . . . .22.75 117.00 117.00 132.C0 I.I 50 129.00 12CC0 00 126.00 120.00 ....15.50 ....41.50 ....4L50 ....U.f.O ....11.50 ....12.50 42 50 i:o.to 120.C0 12:1.00 ....4:5.50 ....42.50 ....41.50 ....42,V) 12C.ro 117 120.31 117.00 117.00 117.00 $1,415.40 ....410 ....41.50 ....41.50 .$LtW3.'2.' .$2,747.1." HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Some Items of Information Upon rious Subjects of Home Va- A SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary, For particulars call on J. C. HempMll, local apt, Lancaster, Ky. Interest. K-- ., i Sti-ugi- hand-s-om- stifily-whippe- sliced bacon and grated cheese. Moisten thoroughly with a little stock, cover with grated cheese, put a 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 all sizes. Nearly all of these curtains are tied baek close to the window, with wide, loose hands of the curtain stuff, edged on the bottom with ruffies of the same. Very few windows now show the old loopings of ribbons or cords. Twigs of peach, apple, cherry, lilac or the flowering currant, cut off now anil placed iu a vase in a summer window and given plenty of water, will soon Jjurst into bloom. In the invalid's room or nurserj 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 attributed to an equal amount of whisky, while lacking in the injurious properties. Hot water in abundance is especially recommended in malarial troubles. Remember 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, aud that is the moment the material should be put in. Washington Star. Spinach. Spinach as often cooked is a coarse, sodden mess, that, like human character, isn't 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 nnd set in a pot of boiling water, cover closely and cook 15 minutes. Stir up well from the bottom, then put into the saucepan a of soda dissolved in a 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-fu- l of lemon juice. Serve on a hot platter and garnish with slices of hard boiled egg. The soda gives a fine color to the vegetable. Less than a peek of spinach will not make a dish. Detroit Free Press. few-bit- s ul table-spoonffair-size- d An English recipe for cooking pois worth a trial and then adoption. Boil some potatoes until nearly tender, cut in thick slices, butter a baking dish and arrange the potatoes in layers, putting between each layer tatoes VAT.UABLF, R. KINNAIRO'S for Sale Garraril County Farm As agent o the Mitchel Brca Idus heirs, I wi 1 on the xothDAY OF SEPTE3IB at 10 o'clock, a m. on the paemises, sell pnl-liel- y to the highest and best bidder the arm belonging to said heirs, containing 111 acres. TERMS made known on day of sale. This farm is situated one and one-hal- f miles from Lancaster, Ky., on the Buckeye tnrupifce, with good dwelling and ont honses. The farm is in high state of cultivation, all of it being In grass except 40 acres, it being in corn. This is one of the best watered farms in Garrard county. I will take pleasure in showing any one over the place at any time before the date of sale. . W. M. BROADDUS, Agt. Insurance Agency Representing Over f 357,000,000 In the following Fire Insuralilr Companies Etna or Hartford. Queen or America. 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