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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, September 30, 1898. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1898 cen1898093001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, September 30, 1898. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ic r t K TVIl r I Jie tntrn 1 ttorbVO UJLB JX Entered at the POBt Officetn as Seeond ClaBs Matter w i ar- I LrtenFtorKu PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAM Ct r Public Square and Danville Avenue 1 V McShsrry Disc Drills ARt THE VERY BEST SEE SAMPLE HARDWARE STORE Col W G Welch W I WlMiams Lancaster WELCH WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky- AH business attended to promptly J Haseldm n n Stanflrd I i 1 IL T jmLEYBAIJHMlH FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky rarTrnSTFR KY FRrOAY SEPrEJIBE 18983a V1 tX X WX V X IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER OOOOOOCOO O OOQCOOCOOCOOCOOJOOOOOOO0040 oto Ig 946typa Doves are scarce and wild Wznt d veal calves H 15 Suits for 059 V J C Hemphill Lawn party tomorrow Friday night Smoke Proctor Knott cigars and happy Many people and little court day Fresh Timothy Seed for sale at T Carreys cheap Pure Homemade candies at Edmias tons Bandy Call and see a of A IJeazlcy Co The Lest two horse w igon on the market at G S Games Knights go to the lodge this even ing You ar3 wanted Lovers of a delicious smoke prefer the Proctor Knott cigar Qo to the lawn party at Dr Herrings tomorrow Friday night A stray hog at T Carreys Owner can get same by p charges X I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn Forty 010 lb steers 10 heifers sep30 T W McC Johnston Friendship Heart Charms for in gold and silver at J C Thomp Taxes past due Pay the penalty goes onJ U SAXDKKS S G C Wheat threshing continues Nearly every day a machine crosses the square en route to a new stand Policeman Walker says there was not a drunken man in town Monday Somthing wrong sure Clean out y nr cisterns before the set iu It may prevent fever in joar homes next summer In the county Monday nothing of importance was done save the pro OOOOO Partridges will be plenliful AllWool at T 70 L Sale land sons Xotice before fallrains taw vwvwwvvwwww b i lugKitchen- Sbeautifulslue tying Iur bracelets court bating of the will of Elijah Kelley All the latest Novelties in Woolens for mens wear now in come and see them J C HempnilL For Exchange Fine bicycle to trade fer typewriter Particulars at this ofiice Buy your shoes and furnishing goods from J B Jennings and get the new 550 buckboard that he is to give away 7 sept 0 Will pay lOc for fresh eggs 5c for hens spring chix Ge for torte 7c for small young dux 4c old Sc geese 25 to SOe II II Northcott Cut Ross and Carnations for sale Friday and Saturday fresh from green house Will sell heap to start the season J C Thompson Trained Nurses Parties needing trained nurses would do well to note ad of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary which appears else where in Tilt RKCOitn llunrboii Steam Laundry Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry Leave orders at Sweeneys store tf SemI Wheat We have some splendid seed wheat for sale It has been screened clean grain call and see us II A B MAIJKSBURY Dont fail to see my Suit for Ten Dollars It is All Wool a perfect fit is guaranteed J C llemphilL interesting letter from Manse reached this office last Friday It was mailed several days before and its to see why it should be delayed such a manner Lexington Trots October 415 inclusive One fare trip via the Queen Crescent Route od until Oat ICth to return Ask ticket agent for particulars Strayed Yellow jersey heifer with star in 1 year old information of wherabout thankfully received liberally rewarded R A Stone Lancaster Ivy COO 00 0 oo for Dlickinsder- handsome going I Cincinnati 1 our anduniform Tail and I- An our leI m i o00000000000oooooaoo y stooo C ooov ado Just in and ready for your inspection in Fall and Winter weights Tans Patent Leather Vici Kids Enamel Calf all New Style Sizes 6 to 7 H Prices 250 to 300 OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT IS NOW COMPLETE c PRICES LOWER THAN EVER Dont fail to see our Buell Bootees we have them this season ranging in price from 350 to 500 For wear and solid comfort there is nothing better m LIKE OF mm SHOES FOR GIRLS and BOYS ROBINSON Lancaster Kentucky be of vil ry Mr the I 4f 100 PAIRS S SAIPLI SHOES i TOES J1d L STS pcnre R riel L DB A Ni II ST r 5 y 7 LIi I S 4s2s ai O Ot I r a 9 f Court of Claims The Garrard county court of claims will tweet next Tuesday All parties holding claims against the county should have them in before that time Busness about the Court House has been exceedingly dull totals County Clerk Duncan says if work dont pcc up some of the officials will have to go to plowing again The Western Christian Advocate says Mr Beauchamp sways the emo tions of a vast audience at will Strong sense keen satire brilliant repartee scathing redicule and irresistible drollery are mingled in his efforts Ireachlnjj All Week Rev Henry Faulconer has ben preaching in the Presbyterian church every night this week lIe is endeav oring to thaw out the members and create new interest in the church ieitiorus Rev Clark the Methodist minister has moved his family into the house on Stanford street recently vacated by W McC Johnston Mr Johnston and unity will move into the Bradley r idence on Lexington street Telephone Sold Mr J II Bastin of Crab Orchard has purchased the controling interest in the Lancaster and Crab Orchard tel ephone line lie bought ten shares at SI 10 The line does a good business at d is making money Mcsirs Lewis L Walker and H W IJatson have formed a partnership for Practice of law and will have their office on Lexington street They are both hasten young roan and will soon build a lucrative praetive Col W II Zeigler prohibition can didate for congress addressed a fair crowd at the Court House Mon day We had the pleasure of meeting Col Zeigler and find him a model Christain gentleman Preached Sunday Mr W II Zeigler candidate fer congress on the Prohibition ticket preached at the union meeting in the Baptist church Sunday night He also in the Presbyterian church Sunday morning Ivtiy Peas The Knights of Pyhthias lolge re sumed its meetings Thursday night after rssti ig through the summer months A large number were presei and indications point to a big in the order To Visit the Schools Miss Elise Lusk county superinten dant will during the month of Sip tembjr vi it the schools in the county As this will take up so much time she be at her office on Saturdays and court d v during the month tf Tha wayfaring man though a fool could not err in my blanks You are sure to get a fit If you do not dont take tie suit Come and compare prices and quality of goods M D liuGHKS Agent Between Lancaster and Paint Lick gold handle pocket knife in leather dIe Liberal reward for return to this offica or R Kinnaird Knife was lost about first of this lJ2t Arm Broken A high chair overturned with little Christine Merritt Saturday breaking the girls arm Drs Kinnaird and Grant attended her The pretty little Miss while suffering greatly bears up well under the pain at Miss Wilkins First Good Picttices The first portraits taken of Mary E Wilkins which she has ever liked will printed in tho October Ladies Home Journal There will be nine of them and they will show the famous New England storyteller at home and with her friends around her Goldstein Coming Dr Goldstein the eminent optician Louisville will be at Hotel Wednes day Oct 5th that one day only If your eyes are troubling you now is time to correct them with properly ad justed glasses Delay is both costly and dangerous The Wheat A great deal of the wheat threshed wee has made its appearance and in instances damaged the wheat vc materially The white weevil also commenced on the stacked wheat give attention to their wheat to damage by these insects of Old Fence led There are locust posts on Mr Sim R use s T of for near CD years and are still od and good They were put up by C C Stormes for years Garrards citizen and who when a boy an expert at putting fences Stanford Land Sale Mr Tommy Robinson as alent for Columbian Finance and Co the bi r atrjs of lard ad pie in TUB RECCB to Mesrj and A Wood for 52530 land lies seven miles from pan to on til g are Xew Law u conductedcommunion willonly Sure nasurs Lost case II N engraved on han monthsep I Dr theand early and in sacks and binsthe day of hasof Tru t ninety rtiEe Jeffas l Wou soon r firm the services re Fits Beard toldnpt ent dins Journal Jib o viva stand t there very profits suits S750 come Mn of from horse ville on the Fishers Ford road Xhere is a house and other improvements on the place It is known as the Jno L Smith farm Lawn Party The lawn party to be given at the residence of Dr Herring tomorrow Friday evening will be a very enjoy able affair It is to be given for the benefit of the Baptist church Re freshments will be served Only 25 cents admission Go and help a noble An imported bristle clothes brush made in Germany value SI will be given with each pair of pants suit or overcoat bought of Howard Tailoring ompany and satisfaction guaranteed in price fit and quality ii D HUGHES Agent The Dudderar Mill I have rented the famovs Mill near Gilberts Creek and am pro pared to furnish the very best Hour Will make a specialty of custom grind ing Farmers bring along your wheat core Satisfaction guaranteed 107 Purrs Rev Campbell K Liras Rev T II Campbell returned last week and preached at the Baptist church Sunday We never knew a minister to be more unversally liked by all denominations than is MrCamp bell He is a Christian in every sense of the word and tli3 people irrespec tine of denominational ties should sea that he is kept here Having rented Dadderars Mill on Dix flier near Gilberts Creek post office will run an Exchange Housa in Lancaster Ky f r the benefit of the farmers Will keep on hinds choice lour meal shipstuff etc Cal on R A Stone the hustling merchant on Depot St for particulars Hoping to gain your patronage 1 remain JOHX II POTTS Mrs Virginia Adams widow of An drew S Adams died at her home in this county Friday She was in her year Deceased was a good Chris tian woman and had many friends She leaves the following children J L J F A J C M M J and M R Adams Mrs A B Brown Mrs John Kurtz Mrs Snip Estes The were interred in the family bu ryfng ground Saturday afternoon Escape While filling a prescription Monday Mr Jno E Stormes came near losing his eyesight He was pouring from a bottle containing a strong the stuff by some means splashed Had it not been for his glasses most the burning fluid would have gone in to his eyes Fortunately only a small quantity entered and the clever pill roller escaped with only a djys in suffering Annual Convention Christain church Chattanoogi Tenn October 1321 1893 One fare the round trip via the famous Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale from all points October 10th to 13th good until Oct 24th to return Sae thatyour tickets read by the Queen Cres cent Handsome vestibuled trains Short Free reclining Chair Cars night trains Ask your ticket agents for particulars Will Probably Remain In Reports from Lexington indicate that the Second Kentucky instead of being mustered out will be kept in the service Qhis is no doubt correct as the raiment is the bat the state of ered Uacle Sam It would have been the front during the war hut for the looseness of a political screw where We dont know where the was but from all indications was shenanigan somewhere Prices and Quality have samples for Fall Winter Suits which are offered at the lowest pricey I make small in order to sell Tailor made as low as S1125 to ALL woor suits from to SIS Come and test the goods compare pries and qualities and you will buy Thanking ray old cus Comers Iinvite everybody to come to to see me before buying M D HUGHES Agent Yom closed his store Mon Yom Kippur the day years sins The entire time Sunday evening at sundown un sundown Monday evening was spent in fasting and prayer With the coming of fall and the annual decay vegetable matter people are troub more or less with biliousness The of drugs was not known in the time and he chose Natures meth revolutionizing the system twen tyfour hours of continuous fasting food and drink Card from Mr Kucker The neighbors arouad my property complaining because I am on a trade with the colored people of Lan caster to sell them my Colored Baptist Saminary If the peo of Lancaster cared for their town they should and have the rabble of jockeys who collect from time time on this street removed which c by the for the of up by the We a the has are any cause Free sand Jolla C Adults 71st and remains tNarrow acidand ofIS tense Line live trouble 1000 and up 30 Kippur J Joseph to observe fasting and prayer for the atonement the from Moses sid plopety for c Read udder hero so ytowear at m TERMS OF SO33CRJPTIOK t Idvane100 veT of Our line of Fall and Winter Dress Goods is nowcomplete We would be glad to have you call and giveus a look through We are showing a handsome line of SILKS suitablefor Skirts Waists and Trimming The making of a gown is a problem but selecting thegoods is difficult We can help you in gown selection byinsuring you the choice of the prettiest and newest lineSuitings ever shown Our lines of and Winter Jackets and Capes are now coming in Very handsome line of styles and prices reasonable D R E S S umP O 111 l1fi From all Over The VDr l o iQ iJ L u The L gan Dry Goods Co Fall a nuisance to any town a nice public street like this one their property would bring its value and we would not have to resort to any means to sell as I C RUCKEK The Prtiico of Orators Hon J Beauchamp the celebrate lecturer traveler and writer will speak at the Court House in Lancaster for six consecutive nights beginning Saturday night October 1st These lectures are free with the of the last one to which a small admix sion will be charged We cjngratu late the ladies of the W C T U on their good fortune in securing such a noted and popular lecturer and hope the citizens of the city and county will appreciate their effort by packing the court room on the first night as well as each succeeding night during the week Coma and bring your boys I r Young Keturnutl The people of Richmond irrespect of denomination are congratula ting Rev J IV Young on the action interdenominational prohibition move ment was unanimously recommended the the Bishop was loth to loose him from service in Richmond church Richmond Re gister Dr Young is a great favorite in where he did excellent work the temperance people in both their elections He always has a house when he speaks here Should be Remedied Passengers for the night trains ar compelled to shiver on the platform at depot or stand in the rain every night The waiting room is not at all and no agent is there or check baggage The people Lancaster are working hard to travel for these trains and the great accommodations given putting them on but when cold weather sets in it will go greatly against the grain to have to stand in snow and sleet to wait for them believe Mr Hood will have this remedied he is a sjlandid railroad man and a elevjr gentleman To show that our people appreciate the rew train the City Council is having a new made which will run friiu Public Square to the dopot and ordered lights placed along whch to burn all night or until the last train arrives Come Bro Hood dont compel us tj cat our bread without butter 1 espeCIally- on dwdlin public returningcapacityapplication heretoLan- caster opened t receive appreciate as Valk f ff c f r fuI exception sincerely crowded 1 baild NUMBER zG I I SI F Our Stone letter got in too late forI publication The meeting conducted by Eld Geo Gown at Hubble came to lay night he having1 received seven teen into the church during the two time Eld D T Broatldus of Belle Plains Kansas filled Eld George Gowen s at the Christian church Sunday morning lIe is a splendid preacher and his discourse was greatly enjoyed Trustees Election On Saturd ly October 1 two trustees will be elected in each school district The one receiving the highest number of votes qualifies in June and the one ties at once i o r A A of the Frat rual Order of America was orjanizid in Lancaster Wednes lay nght This makes about lodges now in town Those fellows who wih to get away from the old worn in after supper belong to all tie orders Good Quality Low Prices Our suits at 1075 equal others at 150 and those at lo and 15 equal many others at 518 an 1 SCO Our readymale suits at SS and are positively all wool and very low in price Examine the Samples for yourselves About 1000 to select from Boys and young mens clothing a specialty The best quality of Goods from Wanamaker and Brown at Philadelphia prices Come and buy a complete outfit at re dated prices Pants made to measure at 3 to 8 Perfect fit and satisfaction guaranteed Overcoats are lowwater mark M D HUGHES Agt I tile Royal is the highest grade baking powder kaowcu Actual tests show it goes OlIO otter bread i 10 owens Jleetin a close Sun pulpit receiving next highest number quell lua e a tail rnac 10 pricedat third iwtLer rees doza tiatay oOYAV IN POWDER MsollltllY Pure ROYAL POWDER co NEE 5 BYnMO vent r CENTRAL RECORD EVERY BY Publisher LANCASTER WEES IoulsZANDRAM KENTUCKY TEEMS ONE YWAB IN ADVANCE 108 SIx MONTHS 50f THaBB 25 FRIDAY September 30 1898 A WEST POINT graduate stands about as much show with this as would a cat in hades without claws IF Ilobson will stuff the Colon full of pokicians he could certainly raise her The windbag plan could be carried out perfection THE daily papers must have a lot of display and poster type for sale since the war closed and they can no longer use the lackbill headlines M K MclviNiEYs secondfiddlers have caused the old gentleman a trouble lie stands by his assistants however and if there is any way to cover their shortcomings he does not hesitate to do so GEN E II Housox was elected pres ident of the National Mexican Veter ans Association last week This was an honor richly bestowed Gen Hob son is a gentleman of the purest type an I his record as a soldier is perfect IIox GEO M DAVISON the candidate for congress will open his campaign by making a speech at Richmond Monday Mr Davison will make an active canvass from now on and little grass will be allowed to grow under his feet Gov BRADLEY refused to pardon a young dude for carrying a pistol and endorsed on the application these words The fact that young Skelton is of a good family does not excuse him but rather aggravates the offense She prompt punishment of young men of good family will have a salutary ef fect LIKUT HOBSON has at last succeeded in floating the Maria Teresa The cruiser was towed to Guantanamo Bay anti will be put in condition for its trip North Hobson says he can raise the Cjlon by means of air bags but some officers are hamperintr him by objections to the attempt Let him try it Therell be no harm done if he fails A REPORT has been going the rounds of the Kentucky press to the effect that lion II Tomlinson of this city is a candidate for attorney gener al but Mr Tomlinson tells TILE REC OKD he is not a candidate lie has al ways been an ardent worker for the cause of democracy and if he wanted the office his party would be paying a debt of gratitude to give it to him TILE Mexican Veterans had a nice time at Ilarrodsburg and Louisville This is an organization which should be kept up as long as any of the old vets arc alive It is all very well to keep alive a war with a foreign coun try but we do not believe in meetings of veterans of the civil war for the simple reason that a family quarrel will never die out as long as members of the household continue to talk about it TIlE soldiers are proying a gold mine for the merchants at Lexington That city has a great many hustling men who keep a weather eye open for the citys interests and whenever there is an opportunity to bring a crowd there they put their shoulder to the wheel and pull together They get what they go after and if sleepy old Louisville dont wake up and shake off the hayseed the Bluegrass Capital will soon forge ahead of her AViiEN the great battle shp sails the high seas she will carry the name of our beloved to people who have not so much as heard of us before and it should be the pride of our people to see that she has nothing inferior to any ship on the waters The people of the state should not ignore this mat ter but see that a silver service is placed upon her which is just a little better than any ever presented other ships POIXTIXO to the stars and stripes floating over Manila Admiral Dewey said I hope it floats there forever forever It is strange that we have wrested an empire from those people and that with the loss of only a few men Our navy did most remarkable work If 1 were a religious man and 1 hope I am I should say that it was the hand of God I remember we engaged the fleet seeing shells fired directly at us and I do not under heaven why we escaped SOME reports have it that a very hostile to the United States is being circulated in Eastern Cuba On the other hand in an interview with the CourierJournal correspondent at Santiago Gen Garcia confirms the that his good will may be counted on by the United States declares the Provisional Cuban is name only the republic of Cuba being as yet only represented by the army in the field He says the only government in Cuba is that of the United States which he recognizes and that it is cf the Cuban soldiers to lay their arms and go to work under the protecting arm of the United States to build up Cuba t big heapof sup rior R business Kentucky Commonwealth understand document impression Government mythicala fully the duty administration 5 republican whe H dow Planters CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic Nenralgiaand Toothache in five minutes Sour Stomach stud Summer Complaints Price 25is r r efe STATE NEWS PICK UPS r U i 4 oo Iu i 110 0 ttt f irecL r rft iti ffft ezza t Tr ff g rFElR i THE STATE GUARD Speculation a tt lt Reorganization The Rccliaouu play Nut lie Reinstated FRANKFORT Ky Sept 4 There Is some interesting speculation here the reorganization of the Kentucky state guard All of the military companies in the state were mustered out of the service of the state when war was declared and since then only three or four new ompanies have been organized to take the place of these regiments Guy Bradley will not discuss the but it is semiofficially stated that he will not reinstate the 1st and 2d regiments two of the oldest regiments of the state The 1st doing garrison duty in Porto Rico under command of Col Castlemau Gov Bradleys bitter en emy The 2d comprises among others the Covington and Newport companies and was recently ordered out of the service of Uncle Sam CoL Gaither Jov Bradley are said to be on not much better terms than Bradley and Castleman Jfo Coolness Between Bradley and Gaither FRANKFORT Ky Sept Bradley denies that there is any fric tion between him and Col Gaither of the 2d regiment lie says the talk of a coolness is absolutely unfounded He further says I am reorganizing the state guard and of course I wait till the regiments now in the volunteer service shall be mustered out in order to reinstate them in their old places in the state guard service BIG TIMBER DEAL Saw Mill Plant and 85OOO Acres of Timber Laud Near Irvine Sold to An English Syndicate RICHMOND Ky Sept real estate agents G W Evans and C E Smith of this city a deal was at Irvine by which 23000 acres of valuable timber land a large part of which is virgin forest in Knott and Perry counties were transferred to an English syndicate represented by Ernest Fawke of Liverpool Eng and Alex Frazier of Can Included in the deal was Ingles sawmill at Irvine one of the largest along the Kentucky river which will be utilized in turning tim ber into lumber to supply mammoth furniture factories which the will erect in Cincinnati The transaction represented an investment of 5100000 and was the biggest tim ber deal made in Kentucky in recent years BROKE HER NECK An Agrd lady Headlong at Louisville Ky With the Above Result LOUISVHIK Ky Sept 26 Mrs Catherine Stelsey aged 75 years fell down the steps Sunday night at her home at Payne street and Baxter avenue and sustained a broken neck Death resulted in a few minutes Short ly before 10 oclock Mrs Stelsey started up the steps to her room She had nearly reached the second floor when the lost her balance and fell headlong down the stairs She was picked a grandson and car ried to her room A physician was summoned but before he arrived Mrs Stelsey was d ad He found that the womans neck had been broken The Driver Drowned PINEVILIE Ky Sept 27 William S Griggs a prominent Baptist preach er was drowned in Greasy creek six miles from here Monday afternoon lIe was crossing the stream when his horse was mired in quicksand throw lag Griggs into the stream and drown ing him instantly Griggs was from Union county Tenn and had been in this county about two months organiz ing Sunday schools Can Not Fight In Kentucky FRANKFORT Ky Sept 24 Gov Bradley upon receiving a telegram conveying the rumor that arrange ments are being made to have the CorbettMcCoy fight in this state near Cincinnati issued a proclamation Fri day warning all persons not to attend the same and directing the peace of the state to take steps to sup press the fight if attempted in Ken Lucky Louisville Man Killed MinDLESBOiio Ky Sept 20 Jake Vanbebers of Virginia shot and wounded William D Denham of Lovisville here The crime it is 1 aged was unprovoked Rabid Do In Mercer County- n HARRODSBURO Ky Sept 27 The maddog scare in Rose Hill precinct continues William Taylors sixyear old child and a number of cattle etc were bitten about ten days since An other dog belonging to Chris Peavler went mad Wednesday last and bit Mrs Tom Peavler Mrs Peavler was taken to Junction City where a madstone was applied A valuable horse belong ing to Dallas McIntyre that was bitten nine days before went mad and to be killed The dogs in that precinct have all been exterminated Killed Over a Crap Game OWENSBOBO Ky Sept 20 Sunday morning John Smallwood was shot and killed by Dick Wilson in a over a nickel in a crap game Both are colored Wilson but claims accidental shooting Must Pay the Taxes FRANKFORT Ky Sept 27 In the circuit court Monday Judge Cantrill rendered a judgment against the Western Union Telegraph Co in favor of the state of Kentucky for 4600 for Unpaid franchise taxes rack and the crack and 27Gov 23Through Toronto Fan Down- Stairs immediately upby officers fatally dispute surrendered- n t concerning mater cannot closed syndicate had- e WANTED TO DIE Herbert Klem and Miss Lettie Green Pound Unconscious Both Had Taken Morphine Hut Will Recover VERSAILLES Ky Sept was caused by the finding of Klem a harnessmaker age 23 years and Miss Lottie Green aged 17 in an unconscious condition in a room of Daniel Greens residence both taken morphine Both were fully dressed Two notes were found One written by Klem stated that he had lost his situation and would be better note said she loved Klem better than any one in the world and preferred dying with him to living without him They asked to be buried side by side After with them several hours phy sicians restored them to and it is believed both will re cover Klein and Miss Green had been sweethearts for some time Klem had been drinking hard for several weeks and both became despondent HOSPITAL REFORM Every One In Authority is Disciplining lite Subordinates Nurse Sent to the Guardhouse LEXINGTON Ky Sept the division hospital nearly everybody is being disciplined Gen Sanger been talked to by the secretary of war is now doing the same thing to the men under him Sunday night he arrived at the division hospital at 7 oclock the hour at which watches are changed He found that day had gone off before night came leaving the wards without a sufficiency of medical help As he find the doctors he began his work with the ward men clerks and anybody he happened to see When he left Dr Garrett went the rounds of the wards He found half a dozen male nurses asleep and they were promptly placed in the guard house RECEIVED PENSIONS Several Kentuckiaus Who R calved Atten lion at the Department the Past Week WASHINGTON Sept 20 Pension have been granted to the following Kentucky people Original Henry Ingram Hender son SO Wall Shady Nook gG Gustavus Waller Lexington S12 Increase Isaac J Ward Hazard 6 to S3 Robert T Nelson Paducah SO to 812 special September 14 Joseph W Cottiugham S20 to 24 Original Widows etc America Reevs Grange City Matilda Gun ther Merrimac SS minors of Andrew Eakle Gamaliel 12 minors of Carter Lightfoot ISeattyville 51 8 minors of Jacob H Mayfield Goldbug S14 Mexican War Widows Nancy A Halfus Smithfield Sa Horrible Suicide BOWLING GHEES Sept 24 Mrs Rainey Johnson aged CO years who resided near Auburn Logan county arose from her bed Friday morning carefully dressed herself saturated her clothing with kerosene oil applied a lighted match and burned herself to a crisp from the knees to the shoulders She lingered in great agony and died at noon No reason is known for the dreadful deed Gov Bradley Reviewed the Troops LEXINGTON Ky Sept 54 Gov Bradley and staff arrived here at 1130 Friday morning and reviewed the division in the afternoon Two regi ments of colored immunes marched through the town and took part in review which they did not do when Secretary Alger was here strangers were in town to witness the Insurance Company at Howling Green BOWLING GREEN Ky Sept 27 insurance company has been called the Planters Insurance Its object is to insure farm and detached property which it is claimed can be done at much cheaper rates than the regular companies Frank R Richardson Dead HOPEINSVILLK Ky Sept 20 B Richardson democratic politician and assistant adjutant general of Ken tucky during Gov Browns adminis tration died at home in Pembroke Saturday night of complication of rheumatism and nervous trouble 40 years New Telephone Company FRANKFORT Ky Sept 24 The Gel mantown Brooksville and Telephone Co of Bracken county filed articles of incorporation with the secretary of state Capital stock L P Knoedler George Doniphan and L A Smith are the incorporators Thieves Raid NICHOLASVIILK Ky Sept 24 Thieves raided this place Thursday and Thursday night The victims are Adam Adcock 7 George Taylor 5 and the cook at the hotel 14 Ep demo tit Typhoid Fever SHELBY Ky Sept epi demic of malignant typhoid fever is raging in Southville a neighborhood eight miles south of this place There are now 25 cases and three deaths have resulted Great apprehension felt as the fever is spreading rapidly The Sentence Stands FRANKFOBT Ky Sept 23 The court of appeals affirmed the case of Ed Stephens town marshal of Midway who was sentenced to 21 years for kill ing Jason Miller last November 23A deadMiss working consciousness 27At doctors doctors couldnot Pension us Vanc burg 12 Ky the review charge Augusta 23An t sensation Herbert having haying COrne 3 Dian organized Cc age nLE s t School T McEoterts Drug Store Old books taken in exchange BoksA Facts About Bankruptcy Petitions for voluntary bankruptcy may be tried now under the new law which went into effect July 1 For in voluntary bankruptcy not before 1 By a voluntary bankrupt the law means one who files his own petition without waiting for his creditors to raise callous spots camping on his neckA bankrupt files with his petition a schedule of his debts and property If the court decides the petitioner a bankrupt a meeting of the creditors is calledHere the bankrupt may speak freely His explanation may never be used against him in criminal proceedings The creditors select a trustee lIe winds up the business and pays divi dendsAfter a month the bankrupt may for a discharge Notice must be given to creditors If the bankrupt has satisfied all requirements he is to release In involuntary bankruptcy proceed ings are begun by the creditor or who allege an act of and ask a decree Transferring property to defraud creditors would be an act of bankrupt cy or transferring property while to certain creditors with intent to give them an advantage over other creditorsThe is entitled to trial by a jury upon questions of fact raised in the petition After a decree of bankruptcy is given the proceeding is an involuntary bank ruptcyIn class of bankruptcy the jndge may name a referee to consider either the entire matter or certain questions to be considered and report ed upon If the creditors want the bankrupt to continue in business he may offer terms which may be accepted in by a majority of the creditors The judge may hear an application to con firm the term and grant if he deems the arrangement fair to the and if the bankrupt has done nothing contrary to law After one month the bankrupt is en titled to a discharge unless he has committed an offense punishable by imprisonment under the act or des troyed his books with fraudulent in tent or for similar reasons failed to keep Truth wears well People have learned that DeWitts Little Early Risers are reliable little pills for regu lating the bowels curing constipation and sick headache They dont gripe Stormes Drug Stsre 1m PREACHERSVILLE John Bigsby sold a mule colt for Ballard Bros bought 1C steers for 4c per pound- G A Siler sold a nice bunch of cat tle at Lancaster Monday John Cress sold 13 calves to W P Grimes for SI 3 per W II Durham of Corbin is here looking after his farm this week We had the heaviest rain here night we have had for some time Mr Saylor and son of Bell was here last week looking for a farm J L Hutchins bought of Jas Rob erts 20 yearling steers for 20 per head Frank Gross has returned from mountains with a nice bunch of cattle- John Siler ho is working at the Lexington stock yards is Here buying stock Thompson Brown bought of Gezle at Crab Orchard about steers for 3 34c Rev F B Jones who has for the Methodist congregation two years was sent to the Moreland Circuit this year and Rev Clay will tape his place at the parsonage Miss Hattie Elmore who has been visiting at Jellico has returned accompanied by his sister Rev W B Ragan is at home this week on a visit Millard Baler and wife is visiting at Hubble Mr and Mrs George King and son Carl has been visiting at Lancaster Miss Waidie Thompson who has baen sick for some time improving some Mrs Jas Lawrence who has been sick for some time is not so well as she has been Months of neglect cannot be over come by feeding a ffew 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 1m Incomparable Service The Queen Crescent trains are the tucky Four daily trains to Cincinnati cons nect the main highways of the Great Trunk lines of the West and East This is the line parexcellence to Washington New York Boston and The Queen Crescent connects with every line out of Cincinnati KyW November his apply entitled creditors bankruptcy insolvent writing booksEx 1500 head- d Monday county- y then 2ttv preached- k here- n homed is- o finest trains run in the State of Ken creditors oyear old f REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER KY AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS SEPT 201 898 RESOURCES Loans and discounts X20S 91 Overdrafts secured and unsecured Tflo Xi U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Stocks securities etc 4800 00 fixtures 11000 00 Other real estate and mortgages own ed 10199 00 Due from National Banks not Re serve Agents 8984 29 State Banks and bankers 2711 51 Due from approved reserve agents 40213 Zi Checks 4384 Notes of other National Banks 1060 00 Fractional paper 232 12 Specie 14052 00 Legaltender notes 16652 00 Redemption Fund with U S Treas urer 5 of circulation 2250 00 Total 404022 18 LIABILITIES stock paid in Surplus fund 40000 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes i 11 National Bank notes outstanding 45000 00 Due to other National Banks SJ9G Due to State Banks and bankers 1SJ 13 Individual deposits subject to check 108Cti 87 Total 404022 18 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GARB APD ss I WM II KINNAIRD Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of knowledge and belief WM II KINNAIRD Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 28 day of Sept 1898 R KINNAIRDNotary Commission expires January 16th 1000 ALEC R DENNY i STORIES Directors- A C ROBINSON REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Dank OF LANCASTER KY AT CLOSE OF 201898 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 140877 07 Overdrafts secured and 1455 S U S Bonds to secure circulation 25000 00 Premiums on Bonds 2000 00 Stocks securities etc 4 KX 00 Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 8500 00 Other real estate and mortgages owned 1250 00 Due from National Bunks not Re reseve Agents 140T 91 Due from State Banks and Bankers 67tH Due from approved reserve agents 35725 82 cash 150 10 Fractional paper currency niekles and cents 43 72 96 fo Legaltender notes 1741 00 1 11707 50 Redemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation 1125 00 TOTAL 40010 ss LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in f100000 00 fund Undivided profits less expenses and tuxes S91 C2 National Bunk notes outstanding 22500 00 Due to other Banks 25T 74 Due to State Banks and bankers 70 58 Individual subject to check 95404 38 Notes and bills rediscounted 2SVS C2 Tax Fund 1021 94 TOTAL 240cir sa STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GARRAUD ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to best of my knowledge und belief B F HUDSON Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23 day of Sept 1898 G S GAINES Notary Public J M HICGINBOTIIAM J S JOHNSTON Directors ALEX GIBBS S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth filled and extracted pain Crown and Bridge- Work a specialty Office S Elkius meat shop In the new Thompson building Silver Plate that Wears OF TIlE eo 1000 00 00 0 my CORRECTAttest JNO E OR TlIE BUSINESS SEPT unsecured U 8 Checks it ms 15300 00 CORRECTAttest W fiR without over T Baukin honsefurniture an 200000 78 4 blle S i No aioBAKINQ DISH A handsome just as useful as it is hand some Whether it is used to serve plain baked beans or the most dainty dessert it recommends itself to every housekeeper as most desirable Every Silver Plate that Wears you can possibly want including practicaland article- dan e tjllef thing 18471 Rogers Bros I spoons etc J C THOMPSON forksknives I rk When you in town do not fail to p give the BLUE GRASS A CALL f- It is a fact that Sugar has advanced but we are selling JS I7lbs Standard Granulated for 100 Dark Brown goes 24 lbs for 200 Leverings coffee the best of packages for Inc Sal Soda 2 c per lb All can goods extra cheap So do not fail to give us a call ii BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO fr E W PERKINS Clerk ft- EPH P BROWN MGR and Insure your Tobacco Office National Bank R KINNIARD i gYYlf9Q2 U GROCERY Ft i tJ aBe t are i I J G i m Not all welldressed men are but all men dressed by HEMPHIIJ are Well Dressed Men and its done at a cost which means a saving of at onethird as compared with some com petitors prices My lines of Foreign and Domestic Woolens are all in and I can show you quality and prices that will interest you 650 to 1800 dressed by J least Suits All at g1HEMFHLL wool Tailormade suits toyour measure 10 and 35 I will guarantee to fit you both in Tailormade and Suits ask you to come and compare prices after looking elsewhere Truly Yours J C HEMPHILL E W Lillard Jiio BStont Siouz Stationery Paints Oils Etc DANVILLE KENTUCKY Readtowear andwill c 11 L ZZ lara C L A 0 I N G OJI U G GIS T S IJ- G11 cpg ict1e ti lgs s oo OC00000C000000G00000 Election On Bond Issue To Be Held Nov 8 1898 COUNTY COURT Called term Fiscal Court July 25th 1898 Whereas the legal voters of Gar rard county voters in the general election held in and for said county November 1895 voted in favor of the Turnpike Roads in said county and the question being submitted to them the said legal voters of Garrard county in general election held in and for said county in November 1S95 therefore it is ordered and adjudged that at the regular election to be held in and for Garrard county on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in 1898 which is on the day of November 1898 an election shall be held and a poll shall be opened at each voting place in each voting in said county at which all voters in said county shall be privil edged to vote on the question Are you in favor of issuing bonds for the and main tain an ce of the Turnpike roads of the county free of toll to the traveling public and it further ordered that the Sheriff o Garrard county be and he is hereby directed to advertise said and object therefor at least thirty next before date of said election in THE CENTRAL RECORD it being the newspaper having the largest in county and also by print GARAnD Fiscal Court maintaining November precinct circulation acquiring legal it DSS ed hand bills posted up in no less than four public places each voting pre cinct in I county and at the door for at least thirty days next before date of said election It is further ordered that if the vote hereby ordered is in favor of said bond issue then the Fiscal Court will in obe dience to said vote and under the stat utes relating to this subject issue bonds in any sum not exceeding thirty live thousand dollars 3500300 for tIle purpose ofacquiring and said roads and to issued upon such terms as to time of payment and payments of interest and sale of bonds ns the Court in its discretion deem best but the bonds are not to be sold for less than their par or bear interest sit a greater rate than 6 per ct per an numfrom date or issue until paid and are not to extend beyond 30 years T clerk of the Garrard County and Court is hereby ordered to certifv copy of this order to the Sheriff M Garrard county on or before the day of August 1898 R A Judge A true Garrard County Cor jl Att J M Duncan Clerk Pursuant to the foregoing or r of the Garrard county Fiscal con t which is made part of this notice an election Will be held and polls opened at all the regular voting places in Garrard coun ty at the next regular election which will be held November 8 1898 which election in all respects will be held in accordance with the general election laws of KentuckyJ S G C J r I Court- House I Is 4 coPY maintaining Bun smx SAUI DEBS t f J c The Fall Quartette Will Now for the Public Dressing Pine Overcoats Nobby Shirts Stetson Hats 4 4 iHNHNHiHMHMBNe together make fine harmony L Frohman Co Telephone 136 Danville Ky k t Wiring Forth Music Extra 1t f7F THE GLOBE r J flilfllilrlfiiiHlitiii4iPiM- iritififiiwiil5i iiN7iiSPiEIlii ir 1Ntl ifsI s These JIillinery Opening j Oct 8We will have on display a very select and elegant line of pattern hats and bonnets A very cordial invitation is extended to all Forget The DatesRespectfully SISTERSTelephone Saturday Dont 1 IS I I l i CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY September 30 1898 PERSONAL Mrs A H Rice has been visiting in Lexington for several days Mr Tim Cook of Lxngton has been Miss Rella Arnolaa guest Mr George Palmer and Miss Jennie Shumate visited Danville Sunday Mr Tom Underwood of ville spent Sunday with home folcs Miss Lulu Anderson attended the W C T U Convention at Louisville this weekCharley Walker has recovered from his siege of fever and is able to sit up Miss Mollie Douglass of Versailles was with friends and relatives here this week Mrs Robert E kin is visiting in Lou ifville and will attend the W C T U ConventionMr of Danville is visiting his Messrs Chas and Fred Frisbie W O Dunlqp has returned from Lex ington entirely recovered from his ill ness f fever Co J Thornton Kemper and sster Miss Meek of Boyle were visitors in this city Monday Miss Annie Wallace left Tuesday for Texas where she will accept a po sition as art teacher Mesdams J A Dudderar Susan and Will Lear visited Mrs S S Yantis at Winchester this week Mr P S Wall a member of the 158th Indiana Volunteers is visiting his brother T L WalL Mrs Clara Robinson of Texas is visiting her cousin Mrs John Ander son on Lexington Avenue Miss Jane Hopper left Wednesday to visit friends at HarrcdsburgSalvisa Hustonville and Covington Messrs John Higgmbotham and W McClellan Johnston have ben to this business Miss T svis Carpenter a charming young lady of Stanford was the guest f Miss Eugenia Tuesday Judge and Mrs R A Burnside gave a dining Wednesday evening in honor of their nephew W L McFarland Dont forget the Lawn Party at Dr Herrings tomorrow Friday evening for the benefit of the Uaj tst church Miss Dora Rubel of Garrard county is spending a week with her sisterMrs James Munday Uarrodsburg Demo cratMiss Henrie Bird Fsh has returned to her home in a pleasant visit to her cousin Miss Rella Arnold Dr and Mrs James G Carpenter and daughters and Josephine OPENING Saturday Oct 8 REMEMBER All are Cordially Invited Miss Sallie Tillett 00o000oa Ncholas rapidly cJu ins n Louisville Cab Ochardafter MissesTevis t t t I d 000000000000000000000000000- 000L 000000000000000000000 1 a 1 b I I Pre j week pg Bash I J t i Swa of Stanford visited Miss Rella Arnold Tuesday Wm Marksbury is quite ill of fever at his home in Marcellus Mesdames Charlton Elrod and Harry Hyde left Monday for their homes the former to Louisville the latter to St Louis Mo Mr Hughes Aldridge is improving sotvly after a three weeks illness at the home of his brotherinlaw Mr 7 11 Uaseldcn Dolph Rice of Danville was here Monday He tells us he will reenter the livery business as soon as his is repaired Rev II C Clark has been assigned to the loc il Methodist church for the next year His many friends are glad to have him remain Mrs Norris and little daughterMat tie leave this week for Frankfort to spend several days with her husband who has a good j b as clerk in the office of the penitentiary- Mr McFarland of New York City is visiting his aunt Mrs R A Uurnside Mrs McFarland is visiting relatives in Lexington and will come to L incaiter this week Invitations are out announcing the wedding of Miss Annie Robins n and Prof Postle on ThursJay evening October G at oclock at the home of the bride on Lexington avenue Mrs Maria Mays and children E len and Robert have returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Jessamine While there they attended the and made quite a protracted visit Mr and Mrs R R Thompson of Lancaster are the guests of Mr and Mrs W M Poynter Miss Eliza Luns furl of Lancaster is visiting her sister Mrs JJarnes Livingston Lieut Claude Wherritt has been extremely critical condition for the past week Several times all hope of recovery was lost but he has held on and there is a possibility of his Capt W C McFarland of the 10h Infantry has been ordered with his regiment to Huntsville Ala His wife and son who are visiting here this week will go to that point in a few days Mr McClelland Johnston and son Bradley have recovered sufficiently to be able to return home Monday have been sick of fever at Sulphur Well in Jessamine month or more Miss Harriet Wellington was married in Cincinnati last week to Mr Foster Hull of Lawrence burg The bride is wellknown throughout the state as a teacher of elocution and delsarte She has vsit ed Lancaster times and made many friends here She is certainly a beautiful woman and the lucky Mr Hull is to be congratulated on her as his bri le- An impromptu dance was gifnin Masonic Hall Friday evening which was quite enjoyable A band from Danville furnished music young ladies present were Misses Carrie Cur ray Jennie Burnside Mary Miller Al tie Marksbury Maggie Tomlinson Ju ia May Gaines Alberta Anderson and Nell Marrs The boys present were C and F Frisbie Will Walker Kin naird Marksbury Herndon Beazley Ed Doty Dmny Harris and others v The many friends of Mr J L Froh man will regret to hear that he is to his room by sickness His physician however promise to have him out in a short time Danville Ad vocateIf have friends visiting you or I stable Vm ram j Centennial Colonel recovery 1 hey for a Glas cock Clar winning confined w i- an several The are going on a trip yourself kindly inform TUB RECORD of the fact We are not able to employ a Pinkerton detective to ferret out the news BO unless we are told of these things we miss them Ir hihitioii Prohibition Col W H Ziegler Prohibition can didate for Congress will address the citizens of Garrard county at the fol lowing times and places Buena Vista Friday evening 7 oclk September 30th Buckeye Saturday afternoon 3 ocllr October 1st I O O F COLORED St Louis fare October 2n 3d and 4th limited to October 13th account Grand United Order of Odd Fellows Colored continuous passige forms to be used by Agents who have them Sensational Suit Mrs Emily Buford Urlstow of Coy ington has filed suit for divorce against her husband Prof Frank L Bristow teacher of music in the public schools of that city J hc plaintiff in her petition alleges that they were married June 24 1S91 and the result of their union is a child Nila Guy Bris tow aged six years She charges the deferdant with cruel and inhuman treatment toward her and with false ly accusing her of unchastity She further alleges that the defendant has the title to a tract of land in Jessa mine county Ky known as the Pali sades better known as the High Bridge Camp Meeting Grounds She claims that while the title of the is in her husbands name by her own industry and earnings she h s paid 4000 of the 500 purchase price besides improvements placed on said property amounting to 52500 and that he is threatening to dispose of the property and that if necessary to keep her from enjoying it he would set fire to the cottages and destroy them Sjhe further claims that the defendant is an improper to have the care or control of tlerchild The plaintiff prays for an al solute divorce on the above grounds for the care and custody of their child an allowance of alimony and fur ther asks that the defendant ba en joined and restrained from coming about her or her child or ia any way molesting or disturbing her or the child until further orders of the court In the absence of Judge Tarvin the restraining order asked for was grant ed by County Judge M T Shine Mrs Bristow who is a most charm ing lady is wellknown in Danville and has many warm friends through out Central Kentucky who will sym pathiza with her in her domestic She is a sister of Mrs Oscar Taylor and Mrs May Buord Alexan der Danville Advocate Do Not Be Imposed On Always insist on getting Foleys Honey and Tar as it is positively ab solutely and unqualifiedly the best coujh medicine Accept no substitute1m HUBBLE Bro Gowen closed his meeting at the Christain church Sanday ad litions There will ba preaching at the Mc Kindree church Saturday night Sun day and Sunday night Mr John Bright and family have moved to Danville and Mr Hughes and family moved to the Bright farm Astublorn cough or tickling in the throat yields to One minute Cough Cure Harmless in effect touches the right spot reliable and just what i wanted It acts at once Stormes Drug Store 1m Mr John Smith wife and baby spent Sunday with Mr Spoonamore and family Misses Nell and Maria Grif fin returned home last week accom panied by Misses Lacresa and Lillie Underwood Misses Myrtle Hughes and Stella McCleary of Stanford are the guests of their aunt Mrs Withers It Hits She Spot When suffering from a severe cold and your throat and lungs feels sore take a dose of Foleys Honey and Tar When the soreness will be a t once relieved a warm ful feeling and healing o f parts affected will be experien ced and you will it so good IT HITS SPOT It is guaranteed Oct 110 roundtriptickets ironclad troubles with17 0 property abot e described parson for J B Conn can furaish you with all size picture frames at rockbottom prices Has a large stock of molding to select from Corn cutting in full blast in communityPreaching Sunday by Rev Bryant W II Zeigler gave a very interest ing talk on prohibition on Tuesday night J B Conn furnish you harrows plows harness buggies surreyes and tarts at prices lower than the lowest John Wylie is sick of fever J B Carter and wife visited friends in Stanford on Saturday returning M 3 De Witts Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale of any Salve in the world This fact and its merit has led people to attempt to counterfeit it out for the man who attempts to deceive you when you call for De Witts Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure Stormes Drug Store Itn FLATWOOD Mr James Worrell bought two hogs from W L Lawson for 10 03 Mr John Gibson sold two mule colts for 5000 also Mr Wm a lotRev Iry Parton has sold his farm to Mr Moore of Belie County Price unknownUncle Anthony Kennedy a highly respected old colored man died night of dropsy and was Monday evening in the colored grave yardCome to the basket supper at Law sons School Louse Saturday Oct Sth The proceeds of which will be expen ded for a globe and necessary for the school room The ladies are kindly requested to bring baskets Doors open at G oclock p in A crowd of young people from Swee ny joinel a crowd from this vicinity and speiit Monday afternoon in hunt ing grapes Those present an enjoyable time The champion picters were Miss Grade Morgan Clyde MeCarty others were Misses Jennie Morgan Sallie Cecil Budderar and Stella Dishon When you call for Hazel Salve the great pile cure accept anything else be talked into accepting a substitute for pile for sores for burns Stormes Store lin Teachers Association The Teachers Association of the Bryan tsville precinct convened at the Presbyterian church Buena Vista Saturday Sept 24th with a large number of teaches and friends pres ent The visitors as they arrived were pleasantly greeted by Misses Alice Robinson and Dora Ruble and shown to seats by Messrs Chas Robinson and Bradley Cunningham The meeting was opened at 103J oclock with a song America and prayer Miss Mamie Lane in a short address which was responded to by Miss Katie Moore extended a cordial welcome to allMiss America Duncan read a careful prepared paper on The Problem of the Child This was followed by an Essay by Miss Mary Tomlinson Great Kentuckians Major Heury T Stantan was especially as the Poet Laureate of The Rev delivered a short but very interesting talk on Scientific Temperance Miss Millie Duncan read an essay The Work Miss Alic Dunn in a terse and pointed way told What the Public Demands of the School Teacher Dr Ely Presi dent of Caldwell College Danville was present and delivered an eloquent on higher education of our boys and girls Miss Lucretia Skinner thelprogram with a brief history of the Buena Vista school During the day Misses Lilian Poor day Took Goochsold 1 he DeWitts Dint subject Kentucky Z igler eac ers Public address closed CARTERS VILLE can dishonest Sunday reports an an 1Yitr don Try mentioned g Planters CUBAN OIL cure Cuts Burns Bruises Rheu matism and Sores Price 25 cents Trained NursesT- he service of Nurses who have graduated from the Louisville Training can be secured at the Fattie A Clay Infirmary of Richmond Ky price 15 per In contagious cases is charged for nurses should be to Superintendent of Infirmary whleh20 th l e mow To lain a Boaster hi Call at my store and we will explain Talk about cheap goods when buy of me you know the Jest Ve allow no one to undersell us on same grade of goods If we lend we want interest If we ex change goods for dollars we want a very small margin Buy of us and get pure groceries DO NOT RUN AFTER THE CHEAP JOHNNIES Call and Enjoy a Pleasant Chat Pleased to see you NO WORRY HERE H M BALLOU Effie King and Lilie Leavell enter tained the audience with recitations The exercises were interspersed with delightful music which was under the efficient management of Mrs William Smith One feature was a patriotic song Red White and Blue by the children Miss Elisa Lusk our worthy Superintendent was present greeting her many friends and reports the meeting to of the most enjoya ble and profitable she ever attended Among others present were Miss Janie Lusk Prof Postle and Prof Patter son Principal of the Lancaster Graded SclVools By no means least among the enjoy ments of the day was a very bountiful dinner served by the citizens of Buena Vista and vicnity in the shade of beautiful trees in the yard The people of Buena Vista have be come very much interested in the cause of education and made the day one long to be remembered by all pres ent Much credit is also due Miss An derson the chairman of the Associa tion The following resolution was adopted WIIEHEAS It has pleased Almighty God in His infinite Wisdom to remove from our midst our fellowteacher Mrs America Harris 1 herefore be it Resolved That in this death the teachers of Garrard county suffer an irreparable loss as she was an honor to her profession and beloved by all and our sympathies are extended to the family and of the de ceased LUCKETIA SKIXXEU EMZAKETH TOMMXSON AMERICA DUNCAN Committee A CRITICAL TIME During the Battle Santiago SICK OR WELL A RUSH NIGHT AND DAY The Packers at the Battle of Santiago de Cuba were all Heroes Their Heroic Effects in Getting Ammuni tion and Rations to the Front Saved the day P E Butler of packtrain No 3 writint from Santiago De Cuba cn July 23d says all had diarrhoea in more or less violent form we landed we had no time to see a doc tor for it was a case of ruse and rush night and to keep the troops sup but thanks to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy we were able to keep at work and our healtn in fact I 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 of getting supplies to the front There were no a wagon train could use My comrade and myself had the to lay in a sup of this medicine for our packtrain before we left I know in four cases it saved life The above letter was written to the manufactures of this medicine the Chamberlain Medicine Co Des Moines Iowa by ft R McRoberts mOlW beone We andwhen with ammunition tins For sale th absolutely 2 STERLING SILVERSIn articles suitable for Wed Presents Tea Table Dessert Spoons andForks Also and Salad Spoons Civam ant Grayy UutterKnives the highest grade only carried Exquisite Cut Glass in New C N Jeweler and Optician Danville Kentucky Herr McDONNELL NATIONAL BANK TIER CAPITAL 20000000 t f OF SURPLUS 6500000 r l LANCASTER KY A R DEXNT President JNO E STOUMES Vice President WM H KISNAIBD Cashier L 1 SCDENNY Assistant Cashr I J F ROBINSON JB Bookkeeper R T EMERY Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson JnoEStorraes Snml D Cochran The Cross Drafts from the Bowl causes the heat to be radiated to the floor instead of to the ceiling like other direct draft stoves Great Satisfaction this r t in 1 Perfect control of the fire so an even heat can be main tamed and a good fire kept over night Great Comfort in this cosTS W H LACKEK Successor to Lackey Gulley FivstOlas LIVERY STABLE HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN R KIHNAIROS Insurance Agency Representing Over SSTOOOjOOO In the following Fire Insurance Companies Etna of Hartford Jueeii of America National of Ilartfort Phenix of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford North British and Xcrckautile- T3nnia Amaricau of New York Liverpool and London and Globe- I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance l COLSPAN Y A FEW POINTS OF OVER ALL OTHER HEATERS THE PRACTICALLY INDESTRUCTIBLE AiR BLAST FIRE BOWL PRODUCES THE FOLLOVWQ RESULTS SUPE IN THE adiallf komeir I0RI1Y dust wv S vtY Perfect combustion of Soft Coal consuming all the Fumes and Gases gaining jyst so much more heat that in other stoves Is wasted Great Economy in this i UNPRECEDENTED HEAT ECONOMY DUmuiLTY Will Burn Any Kind of Fuel with Equal Satisfaction MANUFACTURED FOR O K STOVE AND RANGE CO SALE BY J C ROBINSON LANCASTER KY FOR JUST AUnLE BETTER TfiANThE6EST FOR SALE BY THE LOGAN DRY GOODS CO NEW LIVERY I have purchased the stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice Special attention given Com morcia Travelers Walker RICE BENGE- T 5 t HOUSE t v- I t r c fct F f7 A FULL WINS 0 A house full of Bargains WINS F O IR DRY GOODS CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES B A T S O N Fresh eggs 12 l2cts per doz this week F R M R H O Syispatbcfic husbandsI The sympathetic tenderness of a lov ing husband to an expec tant mother especially during her first ordeal George Layton Esq a promi nent Dayton 0 the following case A customer of mine whose wife has used four bottles of Mothers Friend before says after the effects of the remedy she to RO through the ordeal there were but bottles on the market and the cost was f100 per bottle she would them Mothers Friend is a scientifically compounded liniment affords cer the various ailments pre childbirth and assures proper elasticity to the cords and muscles volved in the final ordeal dollar Valuable book Before is Born mailed free on application THE BrADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga FAffl m STOCK NOTESJ 0600OOOO6 00 04 0006000 9OOOO OOO COO Hudson sold to Price Bros 2G year lings at 4 cents Tumey bought a nice bunch of cal ves at S0 per head V A Lear shipped a nice load of 200 lb hogs of his own raising to Cincin nab market this week Hudson of Adair County sold to Robinson Morgan 20 cattle averag ing 901 Ibs at 305 Dead wood is a deadly burden to a living tree Letting the dead limbs remain robs the live part of needed sapStar Pointer has beat 200 four times Thin skinned fruit as a rule are very poor keepers thickskinned ones are much better You invite disappointment experiment DeWitts Little Early are pleasant easy thorough little pills They cure constipation and sick headache just as sura as you take them Stormes Drug Store Jra Many farmers cut their tobacco too green In order to obtain the best quality and color it should be allowed to ripen well before cutting This ap confinement seeing druggistsU Risers gives faoaaooooo00000oooooaoooaoo6ooa0od C when yoi plies especially this year on account of so much wet weather The three States of Minnesota North Dakota and South Dakota will pro duce 200000000 bushels of wheat this year Never were such harvests seen before and 1S98 will probably stand as a record breaker for a long time Central Kansas farmers are cutting quantities of damaged corn Harvesters are kept running day and night in some cases by means of two shifts of hands The work there fore proceels with great rapidity and the forage is secured in the best possi ble condition More than twenty million free sam ples ofDC Witts Witch Hazel Salve have been distributed by the manu facturers What better proof of their confidence in its merits do you want It cures piles burns scalds sores in the shortest space of time Stormes Drug Store 1m This is the month to begin feeding fattening hogs Begin by the corn and feeding it stalk Give a light ration at first and increase until the hogs have all that they will eat up clean A good feed of slop made with mill feed and sKim milk will help materially in maintaining a good growth at a low cost There were several hundred cattle on the market Monday but few chang ed hands the quality not being tlu best Those offered were at a less price than they had been offered on previous occasion The mule marke was slow Sucklings brought from 10 to and a number were refused at those figures on account of size Cattle was brought from 3 to 3 34cts while the better class brought S3C5 to 4 but few changing hands at the lat ter prices Farmers who pack their fruit so that all of the large apples or potatoes are at the head of the barrel and the ra mainker of the barrel is filled with a third class produce should not com plain if they have prices cut The merchant who sells such stuff is held responsible in our best markets and must do what he can to protect his trade The farmer who resorts to questionable tricks of this kind must soon suffer A visit to the markets and a study of conditions and demands may often change the profit and loss on the There are numerous instances where hired men are better feeders than their employers This often account ed for the fact that the hired man does not have to pay for the feed he uses There are a lot of fellows who feed their own grain who are too careful of the feed to ever make those slick fat backen pigs that sell well If you are one of these care ful fellows and you have a good trusty hired man you had better turn the corn crib shorts bin and pigs over to him while you do the rest of the chores And mind you dont tell him to count the ears upvast cuttingoff andalL 40 farmEpitomist altogether gradually THE SUPERIOR Steel Frame I isc DrillIn offering the Snperior Disc Grain Drll to the farmers of Garrard made improvements over the last two years that cannot be beaten NEW OIL CUPS IN a large single Steel Drag Bar The can be putinto the hardest ground If you want the best Disc Drill made buy the Superior G S GAINES Agt Lancaster REALITYDISCand everyoneSuperiorwill rye i BRYANTSVILLE lice Dunn Jr rt u d 155 for his brown mare this week Male Aldridge has purchased his mothers farm in this county and will move to it soon II Bible has rented Mr Woods farm for next year and will be missed in this neighborhood B F Patton is building a dwelling on his farm near Bryantsville it 1 c ng the fourth one in this vicinity this falLThe many friends of Dr Elliott will be glad to learn that he Iris rerented in Bryantsville and will remain with us next year One Minute Cough Cure surprises people by its quick cures and children may take it in large quantities with out the least danger It has won for itself the best reputation of any prep aration used today for colds croup tickling in the throat or obstinate coughs Stormes Drug Store 1m Malcolm Aldridge and family of Brodhead Ms Lizzie Gormley of Crab Orchard Mr and Mrs Raymond Haseldenj of Lancaster visited J S Haselden and family of this place J VV Farley is visitiug his sister in Lou isviile this week C M Jennings and wife of Danville visited their parents last Sunday Miss Alice Dunn of is visiting her mother MrsJno Ballard of Lancaster visited friends here last week Mrs Eliza Ballard visited friends in your town this week Ike Montgomery is quite sick at this writing Catarrh is Not Incurable But it can not be cured by sprays washes and inhaling mixtures reach surface The disease is in the blood and can only be reached through the blood S is the only remedy which can have effect upon Catarrh it cures the disease and forever rids the system of every trace of the vile complaint Miss of Montpelier Ohio writes I was from infancy with Catarrh and no one can know the suffering it produces better than I The sprays and washes prescribed by the doc f tors relieved me only temporarily and jjjfc though I used them constantly for ten years the disease had a firmer hold than ever I tried a number oi blood remedies but their mineral ingredients settled in my bones and gave me rheumatism I was in a lamentable after ex hausting all treatment was declared incurable Seeing S S S advertised as a cure for blood diseases I decided to try it As soon as my system was under the effect of the medicine I began to improve and after taking it for two months I was cured oompletely the dreadful disease was eradicated from my sys tem and I have had no return of it Many have been taking local for years and themselves worse now than A trial of Danville permanently Josie Owen treatment afflicted r conditlon and ever stinate case Books mailed free to address by Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga ORGANIZED 1883 remedyfor c The Blood ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER FT Capital Surplus Fund BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed J If HieeiHBOTHAJt President LEWIS Y LiAVBLL VicePresident B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIGNIY Assistant Cashr CD WJUUB Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JMHieaiHBOTHAK LEWIS YLA7LL J 8 JOHNSON T M ABNOLD H C ARNOLD JB B F HUDSON JJWALKXB JACOB Y ROBINSON 100000 15000 Aux GIBBI sI9Jty s- M A house full of Buyers oQuoww a TAKE IT IS THE GREAT THROAT AND LUNC REMEDY For FoleysCroup Hoarseness La GrippeTar BronchItIs Consumption A Large Judgment FRASKFOHT Ky 28 The court of appeals Tuesday affirmed a judgment of S5500 against the Louis ville fe Nashville Railroad Co ob tanned by the next friend of Wesley Chism of Franklin county Chism was only nine years old when he was run over by an engine and lust an Arm and a leg1 for which injury the jury gave him 55500 Aged Men Dead TIorKixsviiiK Ky Sept i8 Capt Daniel O Hutohinson aged 04 years iiied at his home in balubria this county He had been in bad health for two years lie was the oldest man in South Christian Henry Young an aged farmer died Monday morning after a brief illness He was 85 years old and leaves a large family Soldier Stubs a Negro PADUCAU Ky Sept 28 Dick private of Company G 7th ren nessee regiment while visiting his brother at Benton 25 miles from here seriously cut Joe Barry colored while in a drunken brawl Barry will die Reynolds was jailed in de fault of bail Cut Ky Sept SR At Pikes landing on Green river Frank Holmes was attacked by a crowd of men who intimidated him while Ei Cravens cut him to death Cravens and his crowd then escaped to Indiana Holmes friends vow vengeance Jelly Fatally Shot WHITESBUKG Ky Sept 28 Little Willie Nolin the 13yearold son of ex Circuit Court Clerk Chad Nolin was fatally shot Tuesday morning by his revolver falling from his pocket while crossing Poor Fork creek near bis home Judge J M Stephens Dead BENTON Ky Sept 28 ExCounty Judge J M Stephens is dead aged SJ years His wife one son and two daughters survive Retirement of Gen Graham WASHINGTON Sept 28 Maj Gen William M Graham United States volunteers commanding the 2d army corps comprising the troops encamped at Middletown Pa will go on the re tired list of the regular army with the rank of brigadier general Wednesday by operation of law on account of age He will continue in his present com mand regardless of this fact however at least until the abandonment of Camp Meade on account of cold Opposed to Stem val of Columbu Ee maIn NEW YORK Sept 23 This telegram was sent to President McKinley Tues day by the CubanAmerican league The league believes that it voices the earnest wish of the people of both the United States and Cuba when it urges you not to permit Cubas most interesting and sacred relic the remains of Christopher Co be removed from Miss HAITIB ERMIXIE RIVES sister of Princess Proabetskoy has just a novel entitled As the Heart Panteth It is a folio yearning for the ideal man Going Down Hill People suffering from Kid ney Diseases feel a gradual but loss of strength and vital V They should lose no Foleys Kidney Curea 7 Guaranteed Preparation Two probably Him to Death OWE OrO weather r CubanAmerican lumbusto America published r Sept Reynolds x 1w- y MARKSBURY J T Cecil has sold his farm to Mess Perry and Joe Tuggle M F Rout has been suffering with rheumatism the past week Rev W M Kuykendall is holding a protruded meeting at Tatum Well Washington county Charles Durham purchased few days ago of Joe Handrickson an extra team of horses for 200 A good crowd attended the sale D Burdett Saturday horses sold from 40 to 78 the farm was by Berea parties for Si 114 42 For broken surfaces sores insect bites burns skin diseases and especi ally piles there is one reliable remedy Dewitts Witch Hazel Salve When you call for dont accept counterfeits or frauds You will not be disappointed with DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Stormes Drug Store 1m Mrs Martha Thompson of Lancas ter visited Mrs Reuben Naylor last Sunday Mr and Mrs Taylor Bur dett of visited their aunt Miss Ruth Aldridge Saturday and Sunday James Royston has gone to Waddy He has accepted a position in a store at that place aiiiKt Onulifr lint ut r FKAXKFOKT Ky Sept M The ton county election commissioners were notified Tuesday as were commissioners in about fifteen counties that unless they send at once to the state hoard notice of their qualification and organize tion new boards will he appointed in their places five days front Tuesday Time state commissioners say that this is to be strictly enforced Among the other counties that have not rcporti are Grant Iendlcton Kaycite Gray son Carlisle and Todd Judge llarkcr Try Lunatic FKANKFOKT Ky Sept 28 The court of appeals has decided that lunacy cases can be tried in the criminal of the Jefferson circuit court The opinion of the court on the was handed down at Tuesdays session by Chief Justice Lewis The question was brought before the court of appeals by Attorney A J Kpeckcrt of Louisville in the c asc of Mrs lay lor against Judge Marker to prevent him from trying her in that division on a lunacy warrant Arrested an Murder Charge PRKHTOXBURO Kx Sept 28 James Free was arrested m this county on a charge of complicity in the murder of a man named Bentley in Leslie coun ty Ky two year ago Tie was taken to Pikeville and lodged in jail for until further instructions could be received from tilt proper au thorities of the county in which the murder vas S of- F DeWitts purchased Stanford lien timeS Can division question safekeeping cote miitted Planters NUBIAN TEA cures Dynpep sit Constipation and Indi gestion Regulates the liver Price 25 cts K mHTs Garrard Lodge No 29 of Pythtasf meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall All vis iting Knights are fraternally G B SwiNi3 ROAD CC J B ROBINSON K R S J HOOD SFHGEOtfDENTIST LANCASTER O e over J C Tboapsaai Jewelry ito Danville street 0 invited T IASPITH f N Z V OF LEXINGTON KY Over 115OGT6OO Paid in Maturities Over 4000000 Reserve and Surplus The Following Coupons Redeemed July 1898 Name Address Cost Rev J H Stanley Lexington Ky 9J50 Climax PriutingCo Richmond Ky 950 J H Baker Lexiugtog Ky 1050 J Baker Lexington Ky 1050 Newport News Syndicate Newport News Va 1050 Newport Syndicate Newport News Va 1050 Newport News Syndicate Newport News Va 100 Newport Yews 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