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EIVENTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AUGUST 23 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR f r 1 NUMBER 20 LAt DRAftr t x tht ttttat 1Ioth f CLEARANCE A Big Saving to Consumers on Every Bill Boughtof After all at every turn in the road life there is scarcely so fascinating price Price has almost all to do with everything That is why we make it such a strong feature in the conduct of our busi ness That is why it is considered here first last and all thex time- x 1f we didnt make fascinating prices we wouldnt do the im mense volume of we now enjoy and if we didnt con tinue to beat all other houses in this section rightthrough our lines we wouldnt have so many new customers from a distance to to see us To those who have not yet traded with us we would say it isnt a matter of life and death to make an ex periment You may be skeptical about our grand stock and bar gains you may be slow to change from one house to another yet you also may like to increase your sav ings and thereby make money Come to see us and we will show you what the saving amounts to on Dry GoodsNotionsShoes Clothing Furnishing Goods and Hats DRY GOODS COMPANY BIG SALE 7t of business THE LOG A N I anything come I T 11 f r4 fcANCAST6R AND VICINITyrOOO O CC OO oo eooo g- 3eeeooeoooeeeoeeoeee oocaeooooeaeeeaee eoeooooeeooooeooooooooooee eeesoooooE Oh for a hug from a polar bear For a couch on u block of Ice Where the northern lights Hume in the air And the mercurys froze in a trice Oh for a wind that U slurp and keen sandwich sizzling cold With a slab of snow and frost between In the depths of a whalers hold Miss Miller in Visit Joe Niklass shaving parlor Youre not so you have one of Josephs pretty II W Batson and O in a few days for a trip to the lakes About the best way to keep from becoming overheated is one of those pretty parasols That Flour sale at 45 ctsn sack was a big surprise for our trade Watch us Blue Grajsjjrropery Co Phone 83 75 pairs Ladies Shoes in small sizes range in price from 2 to 403 Will close at 75 1 and i LOGAN Notice to Taxpayers Come in and pay your taxes at as we arc preparing to advertise delin quents and same will be done In a few days J B Sanders S G C We dont shut up shop and whine Dull Season because the weather is warm We keep bargains going at all times and will make it as interest ing one time as at any other Jy Joseph Several firstclass troupes have writ ten for dates at the local Opera House but no cun tract has yet been made with a renter We hope they will succeed in selecting a manager win will keep order and run the house a1 it should be Carlisle Girls In Characters From an exchange it is learned thai the tg g of the Carlisle girls an slender and delicately tinted their ji are like and they are without ii this or any other Their frowns ar like ttt and their 12345078 excite o pleasure and a desire to then Read this P closely and not V its ve racity Rack at the Old Stand I have purchased Mr Norris meat market on Richmond street and am once more ready to serve my old pat rons and friends with the choicest meats and ice the market affords Will give my personal attention to the business and am sure you will be pleased when trading with me Cash paid for all kinds of hides etc Give me a call aug Jtf T S ELKIX Accident to Col Capcrtou Lancaster friends regret to learn that Col Caperton that grand citizen and noble man of Richmond has met with another accident The Register says Col Caperton was unfortunate enough to make a misstep Sundayand severely wrenched the shoulder that was recently dislocated It is causing him to sutler considerable pain and necessitates his again carrying his arm in a sling Cheap Iliihli Plan A minister down in Missouri found his people too poor to purchase says an exchange and being of fered the same book free by a patent medicine house provided they be al lowed to insert their advertisement ordered three dozen for the congrega tion He was elated upon them to find no ad in the same The next Sunday he distributed the books telling the people of his good fortune and requested that page 130 Ills chagrin may be they sang as follows Hark the heav enly angels sing Johnsons pills are just the thing the angels voices meek and for man and one for child Circuit Court The August term of Garrard circuit court convened Monday Judge Saufley gave the usual charge to the grand jury and proceeded at once to clearing up the Commonwealths docket Commonwealths Attorney Sam Owsley is on hand discharging his duties carefully and satisfactorily The following is a list of the GRAND JURY C A Arnold Foreman- T A Elkin J M Hiatt It C Hamilton Joe Rogers- J D Henderson Ike Hamilton Tom Moore B L Kelley Albert Huffman R E Brogle J D Miller PETIT JUUY R Boyle J A Baker J G Burnside M D Hughes Alex Doty Thos Thompson- J F Gallaher J B Bourne Wm Creech Herrod Ray Jno R Teater Geo H Lane T J Hatcher T L Yantis Wm Walls W B Moss T W Bradshaw P G Woner T Wherritt J M Farra Wm Shugars Will Simpson J B Collier Jo Arnold For warn if fais W leave to get s hS 150 Rom soY I I once itH II I produ e theysing imaginedwhen mildtwo I Lou Times Shugars J I hymnbooks the Visit Joe Nicklass shaving parlor The corn crop is said to be unusual ly line in Garrard county If you want an uptodate fall suit leave your mcaure with Logan Roo We are here t stay and cannot af ford to do poor work Satisfaction guaranteed by Henry Duncan the old resident barber x One thousand samples to select your fall suit from leave your measure with us Fit and satisfaction guaranteed LOGAN ROIUNSON sized bay mare for roadster purpose Must be a good one and full of life Apply at this office aug23 tf Hay I rcs I will my hay press again this season Have your hay baled now before bad weather sets in Call on or address S II Estes 728 We ire sending out a lot of state ments this week Please bear in mind that it costs money and takes time to send them out Also remember that we have some creditors who stare at us like a cat looking into a rat hole M ccif ii Closed On account of the extremely hot weather the meeting at the Christian church closed Sunday night There were three additions to the member hip and much good done for the three To Disagree Some one ought to whisper in Judge Saullcys ear that he will never get a verdict if Judge Hughes and T J Hatcher serve together If one were osay it was day the other would romptly assert that it was night We isked them about this and they say hey got in that habit by associating vith Lige Harris On this point hey agree Still on Deck I am again in charge of my imple went business in Lancaster and have on hand the Hancock and A very Disc Plow Superior and Kentucky wheat drills Capital wagon Disc harrows and all kinds of plows See me and L will save you and sell you the best on the market When I am out of town keys to warehouse will be left at E C Gaines store Theyll wait upon you tf G S GAINES Hard on Cigarette Users Another of the great Northern rail way companies have issuedorders that no man will be employed who uses cigarettes This makes four of the principal railways in this country that have adopted the rule and are that many more will follow An exchange says that the time is coming when there will be but one job for the man who smokes cigarettes That will be to kill potato bugs with his breath Nobody wants hun any nearer the house than the potato patch Miss Lulu Anderson of this city and Mr J II Bowman Ky were married at the residence of the brides parents yesterday morning at ten oclock Time ceremony was performed by Elder J L Allen of Danville The wedding was a quiet one only the immediate relatives be ing present The bride is the daugh ter of Mr W G Anderson a farmer and stock dealer of this city She is a young lady of many line qualities and very popular among a wide circle She was at tired in a blue traveling suit with hat to match The groom is a well todo young farmer of Lewis county and is spoken of very highly Imme diately after the ceremony they left for Vanceburg Assistant Conductor Some of the railroads are consider ing the advisability of abandoning the timehonored title of brakeman on passenger trains and calling Him as sistant conductor The brakes on passenger trains are no longer worked by hand but by air and therefore it is argued that the old title is a mis nomer The name brakeman said a railroad man has been a ever since brakeman ceased to be is when air brakes came into use A has nothing whatever to do with the brakes He simply attends to signals calls names of stations and otherwise in conducting the trains The change to assistant Conductor is logical because these men are conductor it would tend to raise the stan dard of the calling This question ot a change of title will probably up at the next meeting of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen which is made up principally of brake men and all the roads asked to adopt this change Good Lancaster- I congregation of Vanceburg offriends misnomer brakementhat assistS promotedto betaken I C inson Wanted ran mono indications Bowuian Anderson prominent brakeman nowadays frequently Besides will be e Wanted a car load of and bones H B See our Fall line of Merchant Tailor ing Samples LOGAN ROIUNSON For a clean shave in a neat shop go to Henry Duncans on Richmond street Wheat bought or stored Will buy wheat or store same See me before selling BANKS HUDSON 1 carload of Salt just arrived Come in and get our prices Blue Grass Grocery Co Col Shelby of Lexington has been here this week assisting the L N local attorney Lewis L Walker in some railroad cases Last Saturdays coffee sale from 11 m to 1 p m at bets per lb pleased all of our Come in to see us Blue Grass Grocery Co The many friends of Judge M C Saufley are delighted to see him look ing so well and enjoying good health Garrard people a warm place in their hearts for the model judge Prof Patterson of the Graded School will conduct the teachers In stitute in Stanford next week lIe conducted the one in Danville and was highly spoken of by the Danville papers Card of Thanks We desire to thank the many friends who were so kind to us in our recent bereavement We appreciate it and will always remember you Mr J T Leaven and Family To Town TaxPayers The City needs its taxes and I have been instructed to begin collecting Please be ready Its just as easy to pay now as it will be later on tf JAS PEAUCE Collector Strayed or Stolen Jersey cow 4yearsold black sides and white legs not dehorned Left my house Monday night the 13th Reward for information leading to her return J W Simpson Marksbu ry aug24tf Fell From Paul of McKinney fell from a second story window of a Stanford and was killed lIe got too hot and sat in the window to cool but fell asleep and toppled out Undertaker J A Beazley of this city was called to embalm the body and tells us Paul regained consciousness for a short time and told how the accident hap pened Sweet Potatoes- A good lady friend of THE RECORD sent us some of the best sweet pota toes we have seen this season Capt White says all that was lacking was a big fat possum to complete the bill The potatoes are all right but we draw the line on Brer Possum It takes a good many men and a great deal of whiskey to get away with one possum For Sale Stock of Goods- I have a good clean stock of goods of about 2000 and the best stand in the county to sell goods 1 will sell my stock and the store room can be rented reasonaoly This is one of the best openings for a man to sell goods that I know of It is five miles from the nearest store and 14 miles to the nearest town Will sell or exchange for a good farm Call or addressMrs lv M Scott Beuna Vista Ky aug 25t Cares Compromised In the circuit court this week the L and N railroad compromised the cases charging the company with to block the frogs of their switches There were twelve indictments and the company paid 1100 in Blocking a Frog means to place wooden blocks where the rails come together in snch a manner that the brakemen catch their feet and frequently meet with serious results The company placed these blocks but they were stolen or carried it is claimed Kind Words for Rev Mr Robinson Rev Leonidas Robinson is preach ing some splendid sermons at the Methodist church the one last night on the various steps necessary to be taken in a Christian life being fine He is quite a young man prebably 28 or 30 but has an old head on his shoulders His heart is in the work of his Master and his earnestness impresses his hearers so that they will remember the things he is saying in the pulpit long after he is gone He very truthfully said it is the duty of every church in town to assist each other in meetings and begged theMethodists put their shoulders to the wheel assist in the meetings at the Stan Christian Presbyterian and Bap churches whenever the revivals were in progress in the future His preaching is accomplishing much good in many and Bro Britt and the Methodist church did a good work in getting Bro Robinson to come and hold the meeting Stanford crat ton r fl customers especially good protracted Ito ways I Demo G have Widow- Ed hotel failure compromise away enlisted Go to JA Beazley for a new and beautiful line of wall Nice eightroom cottage for rent For terms apply to G 3 Gaines or J M Logan Guitars Violins Banjok Mandolins and full stock of striiI3 at Thompsons Come and get a straw hat for less than manufacturers cost LOGAN ROBINSON The Hustonville colored fair lost even thirtyfive cents on the venture John Duncan the barber has open ed a shop in the old stand near Ar nolds stable Monday is county court THE REC OKD will have a force six extra clerks on hand to assist in writing receipts for subscriptions Your school tax for the year 1900 is due Please call at once and settle tf E W KAURIS Collector Smith for Dan ville Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Office at R H Batsons dry goods store tf Hon Jno Sam Owsley is here looking after the states interest in circuit court The Commonwealth as he is familiarly dubbed is in good health and seems to be living on the fat of the land For the year of 1901 a good two tenroom brick residence near the Square in Lancaster Ky suitable for boarding house For particulars apply at once to J M Grand Lancas ter aug 21t Judge Henry Noel In Town Judge Henry T Noel of Knoxville was here laft week mingling with old Judge Noel is interested in a copper mine which is attracting at tention all over the country He sold quite a number of shares here as he wanted to give his Lancaster friend a chance to reap some of the reward that is unquestionably stored in the Read The Record For the steenth time we say that you will find the time tables for the Queen Crescent trains published in each issue of THE RECOUD Yes it correct too The paper goes to the general passenger agent every issue and his clerks see that it is right The L N table is also printed and we will make affidavit as to its too Carpenter Mr N B Carpenter died at his res idence on Danville street Saturday night He had been a sufferer for many years and for the last three was confined to his bed He bore his afflictions with patience and said he was ready for the end Ills faithful wife who has waited upon him so during his long illness has the sympathy of the community in her great bereavement The remains were taken to Lexington for burial Opens The Tenth The Lancaster Graded School will open its doors on the tenth of next month Prof Patterson says point to a very large attendance this term Everything is being put in good shape for the opening THE RECORD is asked to urge upon the pa rents the importance of putting their children in school at the beginning instead of waiting several weeks This delay causes confusion in the school after all the classes have been made up and is otherwise detrimental As the youngsters have nothing else to do start them in promptly Eld A R Moore Resigns Memphis Scmitar The congrega tion of the Christian Church on is about to lose its esteemed pastor Rev Allen R Moore who has sent in his resignation to take effect on September 15 Mr Moore goes to Lancaster Ky where he has been called to a pulpit For some time pest his health has been far from perfect and it is with the hope of obtaining improvement in that respect that he makes the change In leaving Memphis Rev Moore will carry away the high regard not only of those with whom he has come in contact in the relation of pastor and congregation but also of all classes of people in Memphis who know him or heard of him as a preacher of eloquence and convicting power and as a man of pleasing personality Rer Moore has been with the Mississippi Avenue Christian Church about three years His successor has not been se cured Mr Moore since his residence in Memphis has accomplished what few pastors undertake He has held suc cessful revivals in his own church As a general proposition ministers Im port talent to conduct prolonged but Mr Moore bass on several daily w ek in and week out with splendid results On one occasion there were twenty two additions to the church and a great professed religion who united with other churches paper- Y Notice CurreYj Agents story mine tenderly indications Mississippi avenue have meetings Sunaldedpreached many same C company friends C correctness f Seed Rye for Sale Baughman Beazley Hiattsville aug23tf The fair begins next Wednesday and continues three days Rice Benge bought of James Whit taker the old toll house on Richmond pike If you in need of furniture go to J A Beazleys where you can get the best goods for the least money Everybody bought lard at the Blue Grass Grocery last Wednesday from two p m to 4 p m at 5c per lb Wheat bought or stored Will buy store ame See me before selling BANKS HUDSON Miss Sacray will be here next Thurs day Friday and Saturday This the last trip this summer so go and have that picture taken If you want a genuine bargain in summer dress goods go at once to Jo These goods are being cleared out rapidly We can make it to your interest to see them Bob Thompson has opened a meat market in the loom adjoining the new hotel formerly occupied by Hughes Hatcher Harris and company Bob knows his business and invites a lib eral share of patronage We have moved into the house by Mr Fuller and are prepared to furnish patterns cut to order and do sewing of all kinds Mrs Maggie Hobbs and Sister aug242t Scarcity of Ice A small ice famine has caused much inconvenience this week The dealers get their supply from Danville and Stanford and they cannot or do not supply the demand If the two toy plants were joined together maybe they could by running day and night supply the demand lIon G G Gilbert to Speak lIon G G Gilbert democratic for congress will address the Garrard at the court house Monday court day at 2 oclock Mr Gilbert is a good speaker man in every sense of the word He has maae a good record and theres no disputing the fact Handsome Wagon Mr E W Arnold the hustling of D II Baldwin Co the piano and organ people has just received a handsome delivery wagon which is a model of convenience and a beauty By the way Mr Arnold is meeting with reat success selling and if you want a the best instruments made see him Not Much Said The result of the Georgetown trial is not discussed much by the in the town All have their opinion but they dont hunt up some fellow to tell about it and try to make him see the matter the same way Of course there are some who have notIi ing else to occupy their valuable time who tell how it should have been THE RECORD takes great pleasure in say ing that nearly everybody in Lancas ter is employed consequently the peace and quietude is seldom disturb ed by the bursting out of street gasbags Death of Mrs Marksbury After a brief illness Mrs Nancy Marksbury died at the home of her daughter Mrs Wm Hughes in this city Saturday night about 9 oclock She was enjoying good health up t o Saturday the 10th when she was stricken by paralysis the entire left side being affected She never rallied from the stroke and lay unconscious until the following Saturday night when she passed away She would have been eightytwo years of age next November and considering her years length of time she lingered after the stroke is marvelous indeed Mrs Marksbury was born in Gar rard county and lived here many years but moved to Perry ville where she spent the latter years of her life She was the widow of Randolph Marks bury and belongs to one of the most widely connected families in central Kentucky She leaves two children in this city Mrs Wm Hughes and H A B Marksbury while another daughter Mrs Robt Walker resides at Perry ville She was a Miss West and had a great many relatives in Boyle Mercer and Garrard counties In early life she united with the Christian church and was ever a faithful member thereof She was a church member who lived up to its teachings in every sense and neverlet an opportunity pass to do an act of kindness No one was held in higher esteem than was Mrs Marksbury and her death will be keenly felt by her church and neighbors She was far from pretentious and took little stock in the way some people an act of kindness She was of that old time Godloving Godfearing class of people who put in practice the teachings of the Bible Funeral were conducted in the Perry ville Christian church Sunday afternoon by Eld Wills of Junction City The remains were interred in ville Cemetery Brodhead wheator s phs Dress citIzensof and instruments bargain- in businessmen corner the nowadays- do the Perry are maybe Making vacated candidate agentle representative f services OfOOOOIIII11 I WE HANDLE I I This wagon iS guarantee and we know you will like them I Jll Hasel I HOOOOoO1 J A Beazley Co Qaoaaos s THE FAMOUS ONENSBORO I- AGONI sold on a positive ooeeoopoo 00000000000000 Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Furniture and Carpets 1ul1 Line of Knights of Pythias Garrard Lodge No 29 Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All Knights are fraternally invit ed J E ROBINSON C C G B SWINEBROAD KR S R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life Insurance Policies Bought for Cash Or Loaned on for sums of 500 upwards Knights- of visiting Burton S If LIVERY 5 t ET SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON W McC JOHNSTON JOHN JOHNSTON JOHNSTON iJOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY ALL KINDS OF ROOFING GUTTERING REPAIRING Done on short notice Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all work to be firstclass J B Collier Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store XY I II I II 111 1111 I I I I I I I oo r x- I MIT IS1SSSSSSSSSSSSU SSSSSSUIII- k L 1 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY AUGUST 231900 EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LAXDRAST Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY r r m81 ONKY B IN ADTANCB Six MONTHS iso TaB 25 i China wants peace A message was received at Washington Monday from Li Hung Chang appealing for a cessa tion of hostilities and asking that Conger or some other be appointed Envoy to conduct negotia tions on the part of the United States Earl Li states that he is willing to meet representatives of the Powers at any place they may name The Gov ernment has not made public its reply It is held however that China has not yet complied with Secretary Hays conditions It is believed that the Chinese Emperior and the Empress Dowager made their escape from Pe kin Admiral Remeo reports that seven American soldiers were killed during the siege of the Pekin legations After fiftyfour minutes the jury in the case of Caleb Powers found him guilty as an to the murder of William Goebel and fixed nis punishment at life The first ballot was ta ken upon his guilt or innocence and the jury unanimously voted him ty The next ballot was as to the and resulted in eleven for life imprisonment and one for death pen alty The one man yielded and the jury reported Powers bore the ver diet with composure The verdict can not be final he said Motion for a new trial was made If this is appeal will be taken THROUGH respect to the memory of C P Huntingtonthe dead every branch of work on the en tire system of railroads of which he was president was stopped still for seven minutes all ceasing at a time As the roads extended from the Atlantic to the Pacific many thousands of men ceased their labors and doubtless stood wondering how the old skinflint was progressing wily his argument to the devil just at that time All this was done because the man had money Take his coin from him and he wouldnt have influence enough to stop a cracker wagon for half a minute The Democratic State Campaign Committee has the proposal of the Republican Campaign for joint debates between Gov Beckham and the Republican candid ate for governor Mr Yerkes Gov Beckham placed himself at the of the committee but the com mittee thought that Its duties as governor especially during the extra session of the Legislature would a general stumping tour and that such a debate would not be consist ent with the dignity of the office nor with his duty to the people of the Commonwealth IT would have been pleasant to us Southern outlaws to see that mob in New York City after negroes Just immagine the sight of those saintly creatures trying to hang a nigger They seem to have forgotten the ma ny mean things they have said about the Southerners on this question We presume the newspapers up there used their old stereotyped head Negro Brutally Treated that they used over many a special sent from the south BROOMS WILL Go UP reads a big headline in the Jessamine val The editors of the Journal both married men and it is strange they should publish so common an as this There is a broom at our house that goes up every few days and if we dont make tall tracks or another locality it descends through the shadow of our wing upon our head IT is now reported that a lot of had formed a plot to assassinate President McKinley A great cock and bull story has been published tell ing of the plot and how it wasflustra ted If Mr McKinley is assassinated it will be the work of home fiends We dont suppose there is a Dago in existence who cares whether the is dead or alive THE newspaper boys all the regret Mr Clarence Woods re signation as editor of the Richmond Climax Woods claims the Climax owners wanted to muzzle him and this he would not submit to We hope our good friend will soon beback amongst us turning out the bright crisp matter we all like so well to read v stump speakers will be as thick as burrs on a sheeps back If there was ever one voter changed by a political speech the fact has never come to light Mothers endorse it children like it olk folks use it We refer to One Minute Cough Cure It will quickly cure all throat and lung trouble FP Frisbie 1m What a woman dont know never troubles her but it causes her itive next door neighbor untold ago nies For mosquito bites bites or stings of insects animals or reptiles apply Ballards Snow Liniment It counter acts the poison in the wound subdues the inflammation and heals the flesh Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes im I life Minister official deliberation accessory Imprisonment oil penalty denied an millionaire specified declined Committee disposal prevent occurrence defenseless Italians president SOON g J overstate 4 in of rare J the us is J of at B in C Farmers are about done threshing wheat Mrs moved to last Monday J C Fox bought a horse from Will Harris for 5150 cash John Cress sold two calves to W P Grimes at 18 per head Mrs Grimes is spending a few days at Crab Orchard Springs Josiah Anderson bought 25 ewes from W II Brown for 4 per head P Ballard bought 140 sheep at Stanford last week for 350 per head Parrish Baler have returned from mountains with several nice hogs Lawson Fox bought some nice hogs and cattle in Rockcastle county Saturday Mr II H Davis sold his farm to Squire Tom Lock of Bell county for 2150 cash Mr G A J C Siler have their farms advertised for sale also stock c to be sold Sept 8 A little child of Dave Anderson pulled a cup of hot coffee off the on him last week which burned him so badly that he died from the ef feet of it that night Mr J F Pettus whose illness has been mentioned in our report died at his home Friday at 3p m the 18th inst in the 79th year of his age and was buried in the family cemetery near funeral was preached by Bro Carmicle from Rev 1314 A kind good man is gone from we will miss him May the God of heaven guide the family safely through life is the prayer of one who loves them Miss Carpenter of Madison county visiting her uncle W II Cummins and family this week Miss Kate Payne and Miss Mattie Corminy is visiting relatives in Garrard county this week Miss Ella Thompson is visiting at Stanford for a few days S Anderson entertained a number his relatives Sunday MAKKSBUEY Leslie Anderson bought of James a horse for f65 Rev B A Copass delivered two ex cellent sermons at the Fork church Sunday night Services every Sunday night beginning at 7 oclock Mr C A Robinson went to salt his cattle aTew days ago he found one of his finest dead it was supposed to have been killed by lightning Miss Annie A Cecil and brother of Junction City are spending the week with their grandmother Mrs A T Pollard Mr and wise and Misses Minnie and Dixie Kemper attended the fair at Lexington Miss Lula Simpson is quite sick at this writing Messrs Malk and Fred Burdett attended the fair Lexington N H Bogie and wife visited friends at Lexington las tweek Revs B A and A J Copass attended the Elkhorn Association at Glenns Creek last week Mrs Mollie and daughter Miss Alma of Lexington are spending several weeks with friends here The following delegates from the Fork A and A J Copass and Messrs Will Massee F B Kemper Everett Parks and David Swope left Tuesday morn to attend the South District Mr Ebb Dickerson of Buckeye attended preaching at the Fork church Sunday Miss Ruth has been quite sick for Mr Thornton Kemper and sister Miss Meek of Boyle visited C Boner and family Sunday GUNNS CHAPPEL this community The good Lord has I crops making as much as 25 bushels to the acre and the corn crop is good but has been damaged to some extent by the winds Your regular correspondent Miss Edna Scott we are sorry to hear was very ill last week but we hope she will soon be able to resume her work as teacher The patrons are much pleased with her Bro Bivin our pastor will preach for us the first Sunday in September it being his last appointment for this conference year the church and oth er denominations are much pleased with himand hope they will send him back again Our Sunday school meets at 9 oclock prayer meeting at 10 We had a gathering at our church last Fri dav neighbors and friends about 125 in number and the good women God their baskets filled with good things I thought as your correspondent was sick I would write a short letter hop ing to see it in your next issue floe to Bay Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right but you something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular cli mate Yes if possible if not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduc ed in all civilized countries with sue cess in severe throat and lung troubles destroy the disease but allays Inflammation causes easy tion gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Peccommended many years by all druggists In world For sale by C J E Stormes edge jn t J B Y Hobbs Lancaster W P table his homehis E C Huffman Association Aldridge several days Wheat threshing is about over blessed us with a bountiful crop some I social bless them had prepared and brought Ii Pay want throats slythe fi J PREACHERS YILLE R Royston Binnings church eapec Lora Revs for soc at tie a is I j MT HEBRON Wheat threshing is in progress in this vicinity George Kelley fell from the dam at Lock No 8 last Monday and came near being Mrs E D Lawson is very low with stomach trouble John Vanderpool sold a cow to Parks price 39 Little Ruth Montgomery is very at this writing Isaiah Jackson sold his farm near Mt Hebron to Mr Cheathain of Jes samine for 600 Grow bought eight acres of land adjoining his farm from Mr Adams 80 Rev Castleman preached at this place Sunday morning- J R Lawson of Ravenwood Mo spent several dayshere visiting friends and relatives and has now gone Indiana Huston Laws tiesville is visiting his parents and Mrs Wm Laws Mt Hebron will be represented by some of our members at the Beech Grove As this week Mr and Mrs Wm Gammons and children of near Burgin were the guests of G A Bruce and family Saturday night and Master John Peacock of Jelli co is spending the summer with his Mrs Ford Mr of Pulaski is visiting his brotherinlaw Mr McWilliams Miss Pearl Thompson entertained quite a number of her friends Sunday Mr Wm Humphrey is having a dwelling house erected on his near here BRYANTSVILLE Mrs Clemons of Nicholasville vis ited relatives here last Haselden of Lancaster spent Mon day with Mrs Lula Dunn Rev Rob inson will fill the pulpit here Sunday the Methodist church Mrs Hig gins has returned to her home inPaint Lickafter spending a week withrela tiveshere Iwill start to the first of September and while there will purchase a full line of fall and winter millinery and ask those owing me to please call and settle their ac counts by that time Mrs S A Has olden Mrs Nannie Hughes and daughter Thelma from Danville are guests of relatives here Mr lift Elliott is spending the week with his brother Dr Elliott Mrs Mattie Daws and little daughter from Louis villaare guests of Mr Colby Jenkins Mr Clinton Armstrong was at his fathers for a week McCREARY Mr Albert Hardin is able to drive around after being confined to his room for more than a year Little Charlie Saddler happened painful accident last week while he was in the pasture helping to catch a horse one of the large farm horses ran over him and bruised his foot and an kle considerably Mrs Hughes and son Walter of Wilmore visited Miss Irene Simpson Wednesday of last week Miss Ar tie Roberts of Somerset is visiting Mrs Hettie Ham this week Miss Bessie Gulley is the guest of your town this week Mrs W K Warner at home again after being with her mother at Bourne last week Mr Bob Burton and wife attended preacning at Scotts Fork Sundayand were the guests of Mrs T B Saunders Mr and Mrs Bob Smith and dren of Kirksville were the Mrs Davis Sutton last week The young men of this neighborhood are trying to organize a base ball team USe Life Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen of Hannibal Mo lately had a deliverance from a frightful death In telling of it he says I was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumonia My lungs became hard ened couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Dis covery One bottle gave great relief continued to use it and now well and strong I cant say too in its praise This marvellous medicine is the surest quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Regular sizes 50 cents and 100 Trial bottles free at McRoberts Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed lm Trying to quell a womans wrath is down on a bunch of light firecrackers to prevent their going off Pepsin Syrup Co November 6 99 Dear Sirs I feel it my duty to write to you and let you know how much good your medicine has done for me Twentythree years ago Iwas taken with some kind of stomach I tried everything I heard of They did me but little good Three years ago neuralgia set in on and I got so poor and weak that I could hardly y husband received a book through the mail advertising your medicine and he sent our little boy to the drug to one of to say but its the truth the second dose I took gave me lots of retie I kept on using it till I used it nearly year and now Iam nearly as strong as i used to be and can do any kind of work I recommend it to all for it to me it would cure anybody Igotten several to use Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin and they all say it has done them so much good God bless Dr and his medicine for doing me so much good Yours rv with respect Mrs Isabell Freetown Jackson Co Ind Sold by 25 R McRoberts druggist im U J J N from good Sunday M A Cummins weekS G StLouis lit d Wall wonderful I wasso amt Trouble sled troubleand time walkcouldnt workany retIes m Caldwell Ii 1f c t J T I grandmother fa weak I 8 one ave W t chits eels J He on cal est our the tea to ful her pu so of us TEVCJf EH INSTITUTE The Garrard County Teasmet in the Circuit court room on Monday of last week After music and devotional services the Institute organized Miss Lusk being chairman and Prof T C Cherry of Bowling Green Instructor Nearly all of tlie on program was The subjects treated on each of five days a portion of them being giv en each day to each subject were as follows Nature Study School Man agement Grammer History Geogra phy Language Arithmetic Physiology and Civil Govern ment Prof Cherry gave a very in structive talk each day on Nature The other subjects were assigned to certain members of and discussed by the entire Institute On Wednes gave a very esting talk on the subject Mr Will iams favored the Institute on afternoon with a most appropri ate talk on Civil Government On Friday afternoon the program was varied slightly on account of some extra work Miss Lusk urged the organization of the Teachers Association throughout the county The committee on was heard from the choir sang God be with you till we meet again and the Institute adjourned The committee submitted the follow resolutions which were adopted prolonged our lives and blessed us in our work we first of all would return thanks to Him in humble prayer for His mercies and that may still continue to bless us and guide us in our work and whereas secondly we submit the following res as expressing our sentiments some of the minor educational problems Resolved That we endorse the county institute for teachers but we believe it would be much better to opening schools That we believe vo music should be taught as a text in school That each teacher should be required to read a portion of scrip each day to the pupils Resolved That our thanks are due Miss Elisa J Lusk for the inter that she is manifesting of popular education in county That thanks are due T C Cherry of Bowling Green for the excellent manner in which he has discussed the various educational subjects before institute and we deem it to be our duty to say that we him as a man eminently qualified for training this great commonwealth modelinstructorResolved That we offer our thanks Miss Grace Kinnaird for the skill manner in which she has presided- at the and to Jailer Ross administering to our various wants to Smith Secy her faithful work and to the program committee and to all who have in making the institute a success and to W I Williams for his scholarly lecture on Civil God has seen fit in His goodness to call from our midst one of our fellow teachers Miss Dorcas Leaven thatwe hereby express our sympathy to family pray her life of may be an incentive toall to be constantly ready for the Masters call J H PATTERSON J AMANDA ANDERSON W P CALDWELL You will never find any other piUs prompt and so pleasant as DeWitts Little Early Risers F P Frisbie lm A woman can come to a conclusion without the slightest trouble of reas oning it a sane man cant thatExtreme hot weather is a great tax the Digestive power of babies when puny and feeble they should be given a dose Whites Cream Vermi fuge Price 25 cents mcs lm A woman can pass a display window a milliners shop without stopping it she is running to stop a train Constipation impaired digestion and a torpid liver are the most 2om mon ailments that are responsible for tired listless faggedout that makes the summer a period to so many people will cure constipation it improves the digestion and arouses the liver to nor mal activity Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes lm You will always get a truthful an swer if you ask a woman her age and tells you it is none of your busi ness Plump cheeks flushed with the soft glow of health and a pure complexion make all women beautiful imparts strength and vitality to the cheek Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes lm if half of the world doesnt know how the live it isnt the fault of the female sewing socle For digestive weakness nervousness pains in the side flatulence dizziness wakefulness headache and other an noying accompaniments of costiveness Herbine is a prompt and unequalled Price 50 cents J E lm The women who stray from the paths of rectitude are always young and the newspapers tell The laws of health require that the bowels mpve once each day and one of the penalties for violating this law is piles Keep your bowels regular by taking a dose of Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets when necessa and you will never have that severe punishment inflicted upon you Price cents For sale by R E McRob am er f tee or in ine ine it I t J Institute rollstillLitera- ture Study beringThurs- day resolutions Wing hasppray ons covering tor- o assisted Government Corn outand upon C C J E dreaded G C beautifulso erts and P Fl1sble ti e chers S t fee Her Her one otheihalf s h CRIMINALS DO NOT REFORM So the Old Detective Who the Case of Jim Dnnlnp the Dank Burglar The old detective who doesnt be lieve that criminals ever reform found another example with which to sustain his contention the other day and of course his friends who are more char itable in tJieiv views had to listen Once or twice they have differed and the result has been a long on some have already been printed in the New York Sun Its James Dunlap this time boys he began Maybe you dont know Jim but you will recall him when I tell some of the things that he did Jim was one of the leading lights of the old Dave Cummings gang and the Dave Cummings crowd was the crowd that robbed the Northampton bank of a cool million and a half in the late 70s There was Billy Connors now a pros perous bookmaker in this city Sliang Draper poor old Bob Scott and Edson who finally squealed and had them all roped in after one of the biggest and most successful jobs ever carried out in this country Well 1 wont stop to tell you about the Northampton bank robbery be cause its the duty of every man to know about such a famous crime as that anyway What I want to talk about is Jim Dunlap the brains of that affair and of many an other You know that f think theres such a thing as a criminal reforming Ive told you about Mark Shinburn and half a dozen others and the only one of all the old timers thats made a bluff at keeping straight is Dan Noble Now Bob Scott and Jim Dunlap got a 20bit piece as the result of Kdsons squeal and moved into Charlestown prison near Boston to serve it out If ever two men got it hard those two did They were young bright and strong men when they went in and a determined effort was made under orders I suppose to break them down Its a trick they have of killing crooks in prison and dont look that way because I know what Im talking about Well Bob Scott died under the gaff they gave him but before he gave up the ghost he sent down to New York for his wife Mary Scott now the well known Mary Scott Rowland the com plexion woman and he told her that it was only a matter of days with him and that he wanted her to transfer her interest in him after his death to his pal Jim Dunlap and to never cease working to secure a pardon for him Mary Scott swore that she would do it Bobs death she never missed making at least one visit month to the Charlestown prison to see Jim and to do all that she could to make his prison life brighter Say her kindness to her late husbands friend was the only ray of sunshine in his life and it kept him alive Further more she made miserable the life of every governor of Massachusetts her neverceasing pleas for the pardon of Jim Dunlap Her fight for the man attracted universal attention and there was a great deal of sympathy for But Jim Dunlap was generally regard ed as a man dangerous to the com mxmity in which he moved and the po lice of every city in the country pro tested against his being pardoned Mary Scotts efforts were all in vain until Gov Russell came in At that time Dunlap was a physical wreck He had been in the hospital for weeks and it wasnt thought that he would live long Mrs Scott a pic ture of Jim Dunlaps sufferings that it He came out of Charlestown a ph3sical wreck and I remember that there was a great sensation at the time because of the mans great crimes and his in teresting record Mrs Scott brought him back to New York and when the train pulled in at the Grand Central station there was a small army of re porters at the depot to get interviews with the famous Northampton bank burglar who had been shut up in pris on for 18 years The next day the pa pers were full of the story and there was an interview with the woman who had done so much to secure his pardon in she said that Dunlap broken in body find spirit and not live long His remaining days she said would be spent in some quiet re There was a whole lot more stuff about his reentrance into the world but greater stress was laid on his penitence his crimes and his determination his last few jears of life in a way than any thing else Very little was heard of Jim Dun lap after his release but I heard some crooks that he had entirely covered his health them he was doing and they only winked so as it was not any business of mine as long as he wasnt in New York I let it that Just the same 1 had my own views on the matter and how correct they were you will see in a minute Not tong ago Jim Dunlap was arrested in Chicago as he WtlS entering his apartments He had a little black bag with him which when opened was found to contain a full set of finely wrought burglars tools There was also a box in the bag containing in silver Jim made no kick about arrest but went along quietly and now awaiting trial on a charge of hav burglars tools in his possession Dunlap was arrested because there have been a dozen safe blowings in Chi cago In the past few months and the character of the work indicated that had been done by an old hand He was known to be in Chicago because when he left New York he went there a saloon Have you any doubt that Jim Dunlap had a hand in those Chicago safe blowings Any way its perfectly clear to a normal mind that a man with q bag of to be a man who has had 40 years ex perieoce as a cracksman is a the point I want tomake reform not a one of them If 18 in the prison in the country and friends and opportunities such as few excon victs have wont reform a man noth ing will Jim Dunlap had all of these things and yet the monkeys around at his old tricks when hes a gray or later No sir theres no Buch thing as reforming a crook Ion I I Says Cites deleI andafter her- r paintedsuch treat written Tim Dunlap and for to spend retlashed That fag andopened burglars tools especially when it happens crookand not of good intentions Thats I ten they dont toughest hatred old man and sure to be nailed n whim wh dc n yin which w decent f goat a man you years sooner lth lch ears i wads hi-ss I Buy Your School Supplies New and SecondHand f B OO EZ S McROBERTS DRUG STORE GO TO DRUG Books Tablets and General Supplies Fine of all kinds Engraved Wedding Invitations 1 OO En graved Cards and Plate redu ced to 1 25 LILLARD V STOUT The Pharmacists and Stationers Danville AND RUGGISTS IU DRIES Paints Books Stationery etc We especially invite inspection of c u fine line of Toilet Soaps Perfumery Cigars UpToDate Novelties Our Soda Fountain Always Equipped with the Purest and Best Drinks made from Pure Fruit Juices Our prescription department is handled with the utmost care and presided by experienced men Garrard County Friends Always Welcome LILLARD STOUT 81OOChoice of Hat our House at 100 This includes 100 200 and 300 grades See our window for bargains in Shoes Clothing at big reduction IT PAYS TO TRADE AT 3 THE GLOBE Your money back if youre not satisfied MILLER HIRSCH DANVILLE B B Jones Pres E G Spink Vice Pres W IE 3D Young men and women to prepare for positions as Bookkeepers Stenographers and Operators The demand is greater than the supply For further particulars address Lexington Business College LEXINGTON KENTUCKY I I I I I ee4 b 4 I I 2 AT I OOOOoooo OOOOO OOOO STORE Stationery and- a hover eeeeees W any Straw In BI I II 1 Successors to J L Froliman KENTUCKY 8 lY J ANT r I r f t STORMEB FORts 1 RUGS 1 0 4 II Q Q S CoQQ at my FORD BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796 2 Money due at time of serviceJ ROBINSON Onehalt mile from Lancaster Danville pike willstand HE 0 0 RE I Stock in Every Department Was Never More Complete Than Now I t I I I J 0 0 0 00 1 j I E dd duuu uuu uuuu Y- i t 0pQOp 4000t 0 p OGn00 4 pp0 ti d1 EYE re I tOurr f1 r There isnt a more complete line of new DRUGKS DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES In the state than we carry coooOOOOOOOOOOOOH OOOOOOoooooo 00000000 0 ou GO 0 000 coo ooooooooooooooooooo a 3 AND iS 1 r rI r 1t1 r I rs We have a full assortment of and Bulb Syringes Hot Wa ter Bottles Hair and Cloth Brushes Automizers Sponges Foot Nail and Shaving Brushes SeaSalt Soap Per fumes and Toilet Articles of all kinds The Finest line of Cigars and Tobacco in town 8 Fountain I 000040DOOOOVVVVwVvvvvwvvwvvvvvv FrisbiesPl1arnt8cy Lancaster liE ffJl W rtfjlilgffgIl ffl 1ff l illflf 1t Ky CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY AUGUST 23 1900 people Mrs J II Simpson is visiting in Lon don Miss Ann Bettis of Lowell is Mrs Ellie Bettis Mrs Woods of St Louis Mo has been visiting Mrs Win George Miss is visiting friends and relatives in Lexington Miss Emma Hughes Hays of Stan ford has been with Mrs W S Beazley Judge M D Hughes returned from Kirksville and is serving on the petit jury Miss Marie Joseph is in Eaton Ohio visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs Fox Misses Bessie Gulley and Annie Yantis are guests of Miss Mary Thompson Miss Lizzie Beazley has gone to Ok lahoma to spend several mouths with relatives The name of J S Ilaselden appears as a guest at Indiana Mineral Springs Misses Smiley of Lexington are expected this week to visit Miss Mat tie Thompson Danville street Hon Walter nines a prominent L and N attorney of Louisville was here this week attending court Capt W J and A M Kinnaird of Middlesboro have been here this week They are working insurance Miss Angie Ballou who has many friends in Lancaster was married in Stanford last week to Mr John of Totedo Ohio Miss Bessie Batson gave a moonlight picnip Saturday in honor of her visit or Miss Willie Belle Burnside Mrs J I Hamilton chaperoned the crowd ML Fuller wife and son Kirby left Thursday for Casey county where they will reside in the future They made many friends while here who regret their departure Col Newton McCann of Marshall 111 after a very pleasant visit to his old friend and comrade S L Ashley returned to his home Wednesday much to the regret of his many friends and admirers he met during his stay While in Sunday we met our old friend Mr J A Carpenter He was for a long time agent at the Stanford depot and many a time have we swappod lies over the wire He is much improved in health and is n leading business man in Perryville Open fcr the Season Delightful The healthgiving qual ities of the waters need no introduction to the public known First Glass Accommodations Excellent Fare Write For Our Circulars Gus Hofmann Pro CRAB ORCHARD KY r 1 JLot I Perryville SF II1 g Cool Quiet Theyare z 0440600006000640060400400000061 R OOT ooooooa66oooooa444640 visiting Margaret Tonlinson l Lancaster Duncan r l l y 0 I7IBf O1317JND bp444404444444 44444444444444- I pp440444440044 II- l John M Farra is warming a seat in the petit jury box Miss Bright of Lexington is Jliss Lizzie Gaines Mr Jesse Swcenc3r and wife are vis iting relatives in Adair county Miss Algie Thompson of Mt Yer non is visiting Mrs Bob Thompson Mesdames Fannie Farra and S C Denny are at home from the Lexing ton fair Miss Sallie Tillett is spending two weeks with relatives near Huston ville Miss Julia Mae Gaines returned Monday from a delightful stay at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Kennedy of Lexington is the guest of her sister Mrs Banks Danville street Mrs Win Ilughrs and Mr E W Arnold and wife spent several days in Perryville this week Mrfe31 E Henry week for Arkansas to join her husband who has accepted a position there Miss Marietta Crow an attractive lady of Louisville is being by Miss Allie Arnold this week Mrs Maggie Hobbs formerly of Preachersville has moved to the recently vacated by Mr Fuller She is prepared to cut patcrns to order and do all kinds of sewing See card elsewhere in THE RECORD II A B Marksbury and wifcMisses Altie and Bessie Frank Louis Lan dram and wife E V Arnold and wife Ben Hughes and wife and Ed Hughes attended the funeral of Mrs Nancy Marksbury at Perryville Sun day Miss Mary Thompson gave a hand some panty Wednesday evening at her beautiful new home in honor of her guests Misses Bessie Gulley and Annie Yantis Quite a crowd were present and the evening spent very enjoyably Elegant refreshments were served Tug RECORD had a pleasant call Tuesday from Mr E II Smith of El dorado Ark Mr Smith is a sonin law of Mr Solon B henry and is his family on a visit He cashier of a leading bank in his town and one of its foremost business men He isa social wholesouled gentleman the kind we like to meet with Danville News Mr Robert Kin naird of Lancaster is here today on business Col John Will Poor of Lancaster was in town yesterday Mr Louis Herndon of Lancaster is in Danville today Miss Mattie Thompson of Lancaster was in this city yesterday Col Win Kinnaird one of Garrards most eminent citizens was in town yesterday The many friends of Will J Price are glad to see him out again after a brief illness Miss Lou Grant our invaluable Lancaster correspondent paid this otlice a call this morning Miss Gsant is second to none as a news gatherer and aways sends a good splicy letter to us Any item of interest to the Garrard county people never escape her A Minister Good York I had a severe attack of bilious colic got a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy took two doses and was entirely cured says Rev A A Power of Emporia Kan My neighbor across the street was sick for over a week had two or three bottles of medicine from the doctor He used them for three or four days without relief then called in another doctor who treated him for some days and gave him no relief so discharged him I went over to see him the next morning He said his bowels were in a terrible fix that they had been running oft so long that it was almost bloody flux I asked him if he had tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and he said No J went home and brought him my bottle and gave him one dose told him to take another dose in fifteen or twenty minutes if he did not find relief but he took no more and was entirely cured For sale by all dealers lug visiting entertained prop- erLy s I Hudson leaves this herewith i r News Operators in the Laurel county coal fields have agreed to raise wages seven cents on the ton By the closing down of 250 coke at Stoncga Va 500 men are thrown out of employment Robert ClenTons a wealthy young man of Fayette committed suicide by shooting He had been drinking Drouth is prevalent over a large por tion of the State of Kansas and the cern crop is likely to be the smallest for several years Richard White explorer and mine owner in an interview at Skagway contends that the Klondike is in American territory II M Williams of was nominated for Congress on the seventh ballot by the Eighth district Republican convention at Richmond MondayThe of the American Union Life Insurance Co to do business in Kentucky has been revoked by the Deputy Insurance Commissioner Mrs Charles Roberts formerly Miss Jones of Louisville is reported miss ing in China She is believed to have been captured by the Boxersand grave fears are entertained for her safety What most people want is some thing mild and gentle when in need of a physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets till the bill to a dot They are easy to talc and pleasant in effect For sale by R E McRoberts and F P Frisbie 1m W B Leeds the tinplate king is said to have given his wife a million dollars for her consent to put her away so that he could mary a more beautiful woman A story published in New York says that fourteen foreign anarchists are under arrest accused of a plot to kill President McKiuley The plot is said to have been hatched in Naples Chester A Bookes a private in tke Fourth infantry who deserted to the Fillipinos has been convicted by court martial and sentenced to a term of forty years in a Philippine prison Piles are not only in and of them selves very painful and annoying but often greatly aggravate and even cause other grave and painful allectionsand should therefore not be neglected Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is a great boon to sufferers as it will cure 50 cents bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes Gov Mount of Indiana when in formed of the conviction of Caleb Powers he had expected it He would not say what he would case of future requisitions for Tay lor and Finley Taylor said that con viction was i foregone conclusion John M Mercer his wife and two sons aged twelve and fourteen years are in jail at Hardinsburg Kycharg ed with the murder of Thos Ganna way aged eightyfive years In a quarrel over a parsnership spring of the Mercers hit the old man with a rock from the effects of which he died several days later Commercial relations between the United States and Spain have been fully restored Statistics of Department for the fiscal year 1900 show American exports and i m ports larger than in any year since J893 and within a few hundred thou sand dollars of the highest record ever made of commerce between the two nations Inspector Hines has found a of 1500 in the accounts of Frank A Court Clerk of Caldjvell county The Inspector will also report that Pasteurs office has been conducted with like methods and in of the Ulsmnrcks Iron Nerve Was the result ofhis splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power of brain and body Only 25c at McRoberts drug store 1m r J Mansfield Roc castle themPrice i said one shortage over Pasteur County energy 000000060 0000000400000000- 6000GENERRh oooooaoo 0606000060o66ooeooooe ovens county din theTreas- ury disregard x a u S law in many instances Pasteur ad mits lie is short and says he is to make a settlement but has fail ed to do so ignoring demands of Coulter as he had previously ig nored requests fiym Auditor Stone Millions will be spent in politics this year We cant keep cam paign going without money any more than we can keep the body vigorous without food Dyspeptics used to starve themselves Now Kodol Dys jjepsia Cure digests what you can eat and allows you to eat all the good food you want It radically cures stomach troubles F P Frisbie 1m A husband is seeking divorce from his wife at Winstead Conn because she went bathing with a preacher in Paradise Pool attired like Adam and Eve were in the Garden of Eden in the blissful period before the fall The woman urges that the clergyman was childlike and simple minded and was not to blame while she could see no harm in such a performance- In looking over some old records of the adjutant generals office Col Mur ray found the original proclamation- of the first Kentucky Governor Isaac Shelby calling on the people who were willing to go to the front in the war of 1812to assemble at on gust 31 1813 and that he himself would lead them The muster rolls of the regiments show that many of the volunteers came to the mustering place armed with tomahawks and knives Question Ausivered Yes August Flower still has the lar gest sale of any medicine in the civ ilized world Your mothers and never thought of using any thing else for indigestion or Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart failure They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the ac tion of the liver stimulate the ner vous and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you For sale by C C J E Stormes Most women have the gift of sCCbnd sight they look twice at the dress of nearly every woman they pass Trhough the month of June and July our baby was teething and took a running off of the bowels and sick ness of the stomach says O P M Holiday of Deming Ind His bowels would move from five to eight times a day I had a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and diarrhoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in a teaspoonful of water and he better at once Sold by all dealers According to palmistry a woman with a long thumb will always do her best to hive her own way And so will every other woman The wolf in the fable put on sheeps clothing because if he traveled on his own reputation he couldnt accomplish his purpose Counterfeiters of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve couldnt sell their worthless salves on their merits so they put them in boxes and wrappers like DeWitts Look out for them Take only DeWitts Witch Ha zel Salve It cures piles and all skin diseases Frisbie 1m Women are not as considerate as men Quite frequently men who oc cupy front seats at the theatres dont even wear any hair No Right To Ugliness The woman who is lovely in face and temper will always have friends but one who would be attrac tive must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimples eruptions and a wretch ed complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to reg ulate stomach liver and kidneys and to purify the blood It gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will matte a goodlooking charming woman of a run down invalid Only 50 cents at McRoberts drug store 1m prepared Auditor ewport u grandmothers tc to got F P form blotches skin i the Biliousness Our Delicious SODA WATER ADVERTISES ITSELF fRESCRIPTION Is POT EXCELLED HIY QV99999999n n n II 0111 tl 1 UR iltPT t s wwvwwvwwvwVVVVVW wwwvVVOwvwwvwvwvwvw rr 1 rViEl en 250 Extra good picked stock ewes for sale by Swinebroad Son If not sold before will have the 250 on sale court day They are extra good 2 and 3 year old large and of good quality More than 100000 bushels of wheat remain unthreshed near Paris and heavy rains have done it much dam ageIt costs the government onefifth of a cent a pound to inspect hog meat which is exported The examiners are stationed at all great centers where hogs are butchered for foreign markets The balky horse and the swearing driver are two nuisances where the horse should have the monopoly Keep your temper and in some way get the horse to think of something else As soon as you do he will go Dont see the 250 good sheep Swinebroad Son will have here Monday- A good farm paper is good all thro and should be read and reread Some people who go through life in a rush see nothing but the first page and so frequently miss many things that would be of value to them The thor ough and discriminating reader is the one who gets the most good out of his paperThose sheep of Swinebroad Sons are beauties See them court day or look at them before The otlicial statistics of the wheat crops of the world for 18991UOO have just been compiled by the Department of Agriculture They show that in the countries of the Southern whose wheat crops are included in statements of the worlds wheat crops the production will hardly fall less than 160543000 bushels This is 10000000 bushels short of last years production Aus tralia and Chili art the only countries showing any material reductions- A remirkabie story comes to us of a years work done by a couple of township children Notwith standing the fact that he is an inval id T J Duncan rented 190 acres of wheat ground last fall and his a girl 15 years of age and a boy 15 years of age plowed the ground with riding plows the girl harrowed ft and the boy followed with a drill A man was hired to run the harvester the children doing most of the balance of the work The threshing was last week and the 190 acres yield ed 4000 bushels of 61pound wheat Beloit Kan Gazette In response to a number of requests this section of the dog law is publish ed Chapter 5 Article III Section 68 person owning having or keeping any dog shall be liable to the party injured for any damage done by such dog but no recovery shall be in case the person injured is at the time upon the premises of the owner of the dog after night or in some unlawful act in the day tune and it shall be lawful for any person to kill or cause Ib be killed any dog which he may find roaming at large on his premises without the presence of the owner or keeper of such dog and to kill or cause to be killed any dog which may be or may have been found killing worrying or injuring any stock outside of the in closures of the owner of the dog Stanford Journal The biggest sale of real estate that has been made in Lincoln county for sometime was that of W H and John S Murphy of their father Squire John S Murphy which took place in front of the courthouse beginning at 1 p Wednesday The splendid farm of J260I abres on the Hustonville pike was bought by W H MQrphy at 5910 John Murphy got the 40 acre pasture in the suburbs of town at 6020 and W H Murphy the store room by Warren Shanks for 3826 the old Christian church and lot on depot street went to T M Goodknight for 1110 as did the Monroe Smith tract of 400 acres of knob land on Green er at 75c of the 300 acres of knob land nearIIalis Gap Mr Goodknight got 100 aores at 105 and W H Murphy the remainder at 25c The prices were all satisfactory and the sale amounted to about 25000 slaughtering failto extra commonly Bloomfield children executors In occupied ri f Hemisphere completed Every had engaged Y Store Room For Rent The large handsome store room now occupied by Fuller Sympson as a grocery This is the largest grocery room in town and one of the best stands Has been occupied groce ry and queensware house for many years Plenty of light Possession given after August 14 G S GAINES If a womans age could be told by her teeth like that of a horse a man would occasionally have a chance to word in Why Dont You Eat No appetite you say Stomach feels bad Well take Dr Cakl wells Syrup Pepsin and you can eat any thing McRoberts drug store 1m The smiling woman always gets the dentists most careful attention Af vertising doesnt always require prin ters ink My baby was terrible sick with the diarrhoea says J II Doak of Oregon We were unable to cure him with the doctors assistance and as a last resort we tried Chamber lains Colic Cholera and diarrhoea Remedy I am happy to say it gave immediate relief and a complete cure For sale by all dealers Black Mountains N C The Famous Montreat Bible Confer ence Black Mountain is the Land of Sky 1C miles east of AshvilleThe Bible Conference this year takes place August 12th to 26th Tickets via the Queen Crescent Route on sale from all points at one fare for the round trip daily from August 9th to The Queen Crescent is the only line operating through Pullman service to Ashville from the Ohio river Leave Cincinnati 800 p m daily arrive Asheville next day at 100 p m Write for printed matter W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Q G A R Chicago The 14th Annual Encampment at Chicago August 27th to 31st to be the greatest G A R ever witnessed Chicago has for a full week of festivities parades illuminations tire works na val battles speeches and amusements Low rates via the Queen descent Route from all points South Superb train service Free Chair Cars Obser vaton Parlor and Cafe Cars Through Pullman service to Cincinnati and Louisville makes direct connection with all lines to Chicago Rinearson GP A Cincinnati O L Mitchell DPA Good Property for Sale House and 10Acre Lot Situated In Buena Vista Garrard county Bouse contains seven rooms in good repair water ice house und all ueeea gory outbuildingsGOOD STOREHOUSE and horn on lot Good stand for wish ing to go into the merchandise business If notsold privately before middle of September will sell at auction us J will move a way at that time Terms reasonable Win Christopher 823t liuena VlataKy For Sale Privately Thirty acres mor e or lesslying in the forks of the Richmond and Copper Creek pikes in Garrard county 3 miles from Paint Lick de pot with a nice cottage and necessary out buildings with good fruits and garden and well watered Good cistern at kitchen door For fall particulars apply to A R or Jar N Denny Point Leaven or with me at Rich mond W K DENNY J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Land Snveryor and Apt foi AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to ass Williams 13 promises meeting arranged C 28 Engineeringand r edges Aug C W Never june tf i A Word To those owing me It is settling time and I need all due me To those wanting Big Bargains I am selling a 1 1 Springand Sum mer goods at cost Come get some of these bargains Sallle D THIett AetnaQueen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile ORGANIZED 1888 I Another Word INSURANCE Followin GOillDanies Actna Life Ins HartfordGonn R1KINNA1RD ereSeIl 111 09 cITIZENS RATIONAL BASK OF LAKOABTEB FT Capital 5OOOO Surplus Fund 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Oarefnl and PromptAttention Gnaraat d ioamBOTHAH PrealdenL- BWIS Y UEAVKJ VlcePresldem B F HUDSOW Caghlei W O BIOHIT Assistant CD WAIJCKX Bookkeepw DIRECTORS JMHiaaiHBOTHAH I WIB Y LlAYlti T M AHHOLD B F HUBBON PUBLIC SALE Saturday Sept 8 1900 As I have a positron me at Cinema nail I will on the above named date on thepremises of G A Slier 1 mile east of Preachewville on Drakes Creek sell TWO TRACTS OF LAND First tract contains 0154 acres well water dand Good stone and frame housethereon containing nine rooms and cellarNew stock burn shopand all necessary outbuildings two ing This isknownas the Buck Anderson place Second tract contains WM acres in highstate of cultivation This land is all in clovertimothy and One small honeIt Is the south end of the Alex Beauley farm and is under good fence A LOT OF GOOD STOCK Will also sell 5 firstclass milk cows 2 first class combined saddle mares safe for ladle to drive 2 farm horses live mules 4 and 5 years old four of them mares others 2 yearoldhorse mules Will also sell 200 goo d tuck ewes 100 fat wethrrs ready for knife 7 high grade short yearling steers 2 highgrade some stock 1 mowing machine plows Deering binder and a householdgoods SOME TOPPY HORSES state to go four plenty of style and with out or blemish gelding well broken and a good doer without or blem ish subject to a inspection ofsaleaug65tj J II Cash 11 rLUP rt rst heifers ofthemhors man8 itsyear t Mercury AMD Potash i In some cases the external signs of Contagious Blood Poison are so slight that the Jf victim is firmly within the monster the true nature of the disease is known In other cases the blood is quickly filled with this poisonous virus and the mfi swollen glands mucus patches in the sores on scalp ulcers on tongue sore IK throat on ski copper colored falling hair eyebrows leave no room for doubt as these are all unmistakable signs of Contagious Doctors still prescribe mercury and potash as the only cure Poison These poisonous never yet made a complete and permanent cure of Contagious Blood Poison They back into the system cover for a it breaks out in worse form powerful minerals mercurial rheumatism the most offensive sores and ulcers causing the joints to stiffen and to drop off Mercury and instead of tearing down builds and invigorates the general health S S S is the for this specific virus and therefore the cure for Contagiqus Blood Poison No matter in what stage hopeless the case may appear even though pronounced incurable the doctors S S S can be to make a rapid permanent cure S S S is not a new an experience of nearly fifty years proven a sure and cure this disease It is the only purely vegetable known Mr H I zoo Mulberry St Newark N says I was afflicted with a terrible blood disease which was in spots at first but afterwards spread all over my body These soon broke out into sores and it is easy to imagine the suffering I endured Before I became convinced that thecould do me no I a which was really thrown away I then S S S I was improved and was delighted with the result The red splotches to grow paler smaller and long disappeared entirely I my became stronger my appetite improved I was soon well and my a a piece of glass for Home Treatment Book which contains valuable information about with directions for self treatment Our medical department is of physicians who have made a lifetime study of blood Dont to for any information or advice wanted We make no for this All correspondence is held in the most sacred confidence THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA II BLOOD POISON Millie Wrecksy Not Curesmin- erals painSonlyantidote reliedupon r SSSdoctors nt patent medicines but did not reach the disease When I had first grcat our a i t sk1 whatever A Timely Sermon Sunday morning August 19th Rev B A Copass preached at the Forks Baptist church on Law and Order from the Bible Standpoint He dwelt especially upon the sins of un lawful whisky and false swear lug The text chosen was Cry aloud and spare not lift up thy voice like a trumpet and declare unto my people their transgressions and to the house of Jacob their sins Isaiah 581 lie said in of the and mothers of county have asked me to preach on this theme And 1 protest in the beginning to all who hear or who may read the that the speaker has in mind solely the glory of the of men Circuit court is coming when justice will be either meted out to offenders or defeated I desire to lend the influence of my voice to those God given blessings law and order The situation in many parts of our state with reference to lawlessness in certain matters is too well known to to need comment and there is no need to comment the fact that little effort is being made in many places to enforce the law upon unlawful whis ky sellers and those who sweai as a result of their connection with that business In many parts of Kentucky the offi cers of the law are either blind cow ards or corrupt men The same way be said of the citizens at large or else they are indifferent to the highest in tcrest of their state In view of these facts let us now consider 1 The relation of blind tiger and false swearers to law order I make and hope to prove general statement that are out laws of the most dangerous type The bible teaches obedience to existing law be it gooa or bad Be subject to every ordinance of man for the Lords sake whether it be to the king as supreme unto governors 1st Peter 213 A man has the right to work for the repeal or abrogation of a law but has no right to violate it while it is in force One of the dangerous tendencies in Kentucky is that total disre for laws election laws commercial laws and social and moral laws are knowingly and openly violated Our state teems with out respects more dangerous than the and the See the unlawful liquor seller His business is bad enough when he acts under forms of the existing law but he adds to his the crime of being an outlaw lie shamefully violates the laws upon our law books As an he ruins the health and of thousands of the men of our As such he robs homes of money and husbands and fathers and sons yea he in some instances robs the cause of Christ of workers and means to carry on the works and we permit the law to Out of this curse has grown another class of outlaws more dangerous if possible than the former 1 refer to false swearing in order to protect the whisky outlaw Ask any truthful grand juryman and he will tell vou that men are watched that they are seen to enter whisky dens thatcome before the jury with whisky on their breath and swear they have nev er been to such a place and know nothing about it Outside of the jury room will say that is a choice of telling a lie on the chute or swearing a lie before the jury and that they prefer the latter They thus perjure themseives make themselves outlaws and become liable to the penitentiary This is one of the most productive schools of crime on earth begets disregard for all truthfulness and for any law It is a solemn thing to take an oath and then fy The witness either places his hand on a bible or lifts it toward heaven and swears to tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth to the best of knowledge so help him God The who will violate such an oath renders home and life unsafe and destroys the very foundation of our social and religious lifeOut of the two foregoing crimes a who should be its keepers Officers duly or unduly cannot or will not the law ometimes they are elected to wink at such things sometimes public sentiment makes them afraid sometimes cannot or do not a jury that will indict or It is a weighty responsibility before God and men to an officer of the law He takes a solemn oath to faithfully execute to the best of his his office according to law The man who fails up to that oath is a perjured man and an outlaw most stateItserving on a grand He swears he will diligently inquire of and present all treasons and misdemean ors of which he has knowledge or may receive An ex whisky seller once told me that a part of his whisky business was to watch out and pack the juries at every court To do this he had to have his pull on the whole jury system Another form of is the evasion of law Physicians and druggists enable men to get liquor forms of law while the spirit of the law is being vi olated themselves Druggists sell on such prescriptions physician whowlll this is an outlaw and a disgrace to r y i i partSeveral fathers sermon Salvation falsely proprietors lawsgame apprehendmur- derer outlaw country needed go outlaw disregard enforcing convict prescriptions I l ama test his high calling The druggist who knowingly tills such a prescription better than the outlaw who sell on the cnute The man who will thus buy it and gratify his base appetite is as degraded and dangerous as the one who buys and drinks n the chute and then swears a lie lIe ties in a form that is all The principle is the same and God sees it as such And now remember that behind them all is the voter and the citizen His votes put the officers there his lack of interest or energy allows the laws to go unenforced Before God he will be guilty along with the others God sets him to see that the proper laws are made and enforced and to teach and arouse the light sentiment in the community These things lead us to say 2d Upon all these outlaws rest the most awful judgments of God in time and etemity The WOES of God rtst upon them It should make a sinner shudder and to think of a WOE of God falling upon him 1 Upon the seller WoE unto him that giveth his neighbor drink that addest thy Yen om thereto and makest him drunken also Heb 215 Did you ever know a whisky seller who continued in it who died honorably and peaceably They either go suddenly or in a brawl The curse of God Is upon them 2 Upon the Woe unto them that are mighty to wine and men of strength to mingle strong drinks Woe unto them that rise in the morning that they may follow strong that tarry late at night till wine inflame them Isaiah 522 and 511 No drunkards shall inherit the Kingdom of God 610 The wrath of eternity3dswears none of you evil in your hearts against his neighbor and love no false oath for these are the things that I hate saith Jehovah1 Zach 817 And all li ars their part shall te in the lake that burneth with tire and brimstone which is the second 21 8 During the lives of the Lords Apostles God showed His hatred of lying by striking the liars 5111 God hates lying for good for the man who will swear a lie is the most dangerous character on earth No man is safe before him 4th Upon the man who evades or fails to enforce law Their hands are upon that which is evil to do it diligently the prince asketh and the judge is ready for reward and man he uttereth the mischief of his soul thus they weave it Micah justify the wicked for reward and take away the righteousness of the righteous from him Isaiah 523 In all their of law there is hope for reward somewhere To the the reward of votes to the physician the reward of patients to the druggist the reward of customers to the drinker ward of his base But the woe of God upon all such They all must appear before the judgment seat of Christ that each one may receive the things done in the body according to what he hath done whether it be good or bad Cor 510 In the day when God shall judge the SECRETS of Jesus Christ Rom 216 In view of these solemn things and in view of the present for there is a crisis in these things now on us I call upon the officers and citizens in the name of God and humanity and law and order to see the laws are enforced If a man will be an outlaw let him pay the penalty Send the such Demand of citizens that they report known cases I call upon preachers to fearlessly preach righteousness temperance and to come as brave for 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AT LAW FIRSTCLASS FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE za5 P gnth bnd l2S 4 1 lm 9 1 UT E c 00 0 ton S D 00 0 tOll00 ItSter1iD 11111 S U11I1 W fiItthe Bookout aid reconstructing Sick LETCHER OWSLEY x sr a 14i ilai i 2IillihIII a ADAMS FISTULA SALVE Manufactured by JV Adams Co Paint Lick Ky is meeting wlh great success in curing Fistula Polevil Sweeney Scratches Greasy Heel Big Jaw Hard and Soft Distemper Etc For sale by R E Jfc Roberts Druggist Lancaster Ky and Fish Co Palm Lick Ky Enlargements d OF 1 SURPLUS JlO OOOOOl HAIR BALSAMand the hair growthNeverHair to its YOUQ11111 ffarurlUw fr l