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Q k I ELVIJNTII YEAR Entered at the Post Offlccin Lancaster Ky as Second Clast Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR e gnttui NUMBEf 4- ht I 22 AND VICINITy ree00weeeeeeewe00eweoeeeee00eeeeoeeeweeeee4e0000eee000000e1 LANCASTER eoe000004000000000000400004000000000000000000009000004000000 Visit Joe Niklass shaving parlor Guitars Violins Banjos Skjandolins and full stock of strings for same at Thompsons G S Gaines is having extensive made on his store room The painter and carpenter have been busy there for a week or more At high and low twelve the town clock only sounds eleven bells This has frequently caused trouble to people wanting to catch the night trains 200 to 300 bushels damp wheat Good feed for hogs II A B Marks bury Son A fight on the Chute Sunday morning created some excitement and caused quite a number of people to run down and rubber as if it were an unusual occurrence We will start our Flouring Mills on the 15th Bring us your wheat and corn and we will guarantee satisfac tion We are now receiving yheat on deposit Call and see us J S Minor Son Charley Burdett Hurt Willie driving a cow the horse by Mr Charley Burdett slipped and fell Mr Burdetts foot and leg were badly and painfully mashed by the fall While he is suffering much pain there is no dauger of permanent injury To Natural Bridge A special train will pass through Lancaster at 822 a m for Natural Bridge Ky on Sunday Septembe Dth and 23rd October 7th and 21st 150 for round trip tickets good to return the same day Returning train leaves Natural Bridge at 530 p m sloping lie Will Col Hughes informs the Danville Advocate that he is considering the flattering petition requesting him to again take charge of the Gilcher House in that city but gave no inti mation of his intentions The hotel is undergoing extensive in the way of painting and pa pering and a general and thorough overhauling When these are completed the house will be neat and attractive and a credit to the city For Sale Here s improvements C ridden improvements improvements LII Visit Joe Nicklass shaving parlor A New Progress Sewing Machine given away absolutely free Call and see the machine R A Stone With every 30 worth of furniture you get a handsome picture free at R A Stones The Ladies Aid Society meets with Mrs II M Ballou Saturday at 230 oclock All are requested to be Will Close Court pay Monday September being the Jewish New Year our will be closed that day 3 Joseph Just received a car load of Prime Cypress Shingles get our prices be fore buying We keep Lime and Ce ment on hand at all times J S MINOII SON A Word To The Farmers We are in the market for Wheat and will pay the market price for same at all times If you have wheat to deposit for your own use deposit it with us and get good flour J S Minor Sun A Chance of A Lifetime It is not often that people have the opportunity of getting the very best goods at their own prices But the clearance sale at Josephs offers this golden opportunity This sale will only last a few days longer In Running Order The repairs Irive been completed at the Lancaster Mills and they are now prepared to fill all orders on the notice They have put in the celebrated swing sifter system which is the best to be had and the work now turned out cannot be surpassed Horse Show The Louisville Horse Show will be held October 1519 inclusive and judg ing from the appearance of the Prize List a copy of which we have just the show will be a credit tp the State of Kentucky The Association hangs up 10000 which will be in premiums to sixtyfive different classes of horses Kentucky has ney er had a real indoor horse show and the metropolis of the State now prom ises to make up for lost opportunities 24 Louisville present store C shortest received awarded SPECIAL SALE Dress Goods For the next ten days we will offer some SPECIAL DRIVES in Wool Dress Goods Suitable for FALL and WINTER WEAR All Wool Dress Goods worth 30c at Plain and Fancy All Wool Dress Goods worth 50 at 29c Nice Assortment All Wool Dress Goods worth 60 at 38c A line of All Wool Dress Goods worth 65c at 43c We have placed the above goods on our bargain counter and extend an invitation to one and all to call and inspect them Wash and Silk Shirt Waists at half price Also Fancy Parasols at your own price 19c If THE lOGAN DRY GOODS co 1b L 1L 1f UI T i j s Wanted a car loiid of old Iron and bones ntf B NOKTHCOTT If you are in needof furniture go to J A Beazleys where you can get the best goods for the least money Nice eightroom cottage for rent For terms apply to G 3 Gaines or J M Logan About thirty people took advantage of the low rate to Cincinnati Sunday These excursions have been quite For Sale vr Rent Good fourteen room residence for rent or sale on Danville street Ap ply to II C Hamilton aug30tf Good sized bay mare for roadster purpose Must be a good one and full of life Apply at this office aug23 tf Letter From Alaska Mr John F Lear has received a lengthy and interesting letter from W O Dunlap who is with Co E 7th U S Infantry at Fort Gibbon Alaska lIe is getting along nicely and as happy as a lark To Whom It Concern My official term of fOlr years as President of the Kentucky Growers Insurance Company expired on the 21st day of the present month and I am no longcrconnected with said com pany in this or in any other official capacity J E DELHI Still on Deck I am again in charge of Lily imple ment business in Lancaster and have hand the Hancock Disc Plow Superior and Kentucky wheat drills Capital harrows and all kinds of plows See me and I will save you moncy and sell you the best on the market Then I am out of town keys will be left C Game Cos Theyll wait upon you tf G S G AINKS Timely Talk The article in regard to the new railroad published in last issue was from the gifted pen of Mr Robert E Hughes lie has been working on the daily papers in Louisville and knows what he is talking about when he speaks of the many advantages to Lancaster by securing this road As it would run through Louisville to the north and northwest he has been in position to know the great good to be derived by the connection Letter From Mrs AV J Bryan Mr Ash Goins of this county to name his girl baby for Mrs Bryan and a note was written asking her given name lIe promptly the following reply LINCOLN Neb Aug 25 Dear find your favor of Aug 14 upon my return to the city Elizabeth Our daughters are named Ruth and Grace Perhaps they might please you better Thanking you for the honor you do me am yours NARY B BRYAN A Friend In Need While we were away last week it seems that every engineer in town was either busy away from town in jail or had some other matters on hand that prevented running TilE RECORDS engine Our hustling stand by Frank Pumphrey not to be finally awakened Ad the accommodating night man at the Electric Light plant and he carne to the rescue When the editor is at home anything like this cuts no ice as we jump in and do it ourselves Ad is one of the most obliging boys in town and has frequently loaned this office a helping hand The Poor Urchins Trouble Begin Wanted m andl gon Disc E star SirI I have perhaps outdone McDonald popular flay tor t warehouse at C desired received The Graded School open Monday and the will be larger than on any former session Tn E EECOUD is ask d to again urge that all pupils be started in at the beginingas Lancaster morning attendance It causes a great deal of inconvenience by pupils coming in after the classes are made up Bogus Picture Agent Woodford number of people have been victimized by a fraudulent agent who claimed to orders for Mr EmU Illmrdt the photographer to enlarge pictures He presented a form of contract which agreed to furnish a lifesized portrait for only 98 cents to be paid to agent when order is given and the remaining 50 cents be due when picturis delivered Mrs Rensnaw who lives on Macey avenue is one of the victims She is more distressed over losing a highly prized family photograph than over the loss of tho money Mr Ilnardt employs no agents and has given public notice of the fact SunA Versailles betaking cents48 to For a clean shave in a neat shop go to Henry Duncans on Richmond street Those bargains in furniture are go ing fast call before they are all gone R A Stone Pistol shots are becoming frequent at night It would be well to nip this in the bud We are here tr stay and cannot to do poor work Satisfaction guaranteed by Henry Duncan the old resident barber Notice Your school tax for the year 1900 is due Please call at once and settle tf E W HAUUIS Collector One Fare To Stanford The L and N will sell tickets to Stanford at one fare for round trip Sept 13 to 15 on account of Lincoln county No Contract Yet Ko contract has yet been made for the Opera House The people are getting hungry for a show and if some arrangements are not soon made all the good ones will have their dates completed A Nuisance Monday was Labor day and the post office as well as the banks were closed It doesnt make so much as to the banks but the clos ing of the post office so frequently is a great annoyance to the people We presume the next move will be to close on wash day Low hates To Cincinnati N will sell round trip tickets to Cincinnati at one and one third fare Sept 19 to 29 This rate makes the round trip fare 520 On the 19 21 24 26 and 28th tickets will be sold at one fare for the round trip good returning the day following sale Trains leave Lancaster at 252 a m leave Cincinnati at 730 p m reach ing Lancaster at midnight The revival at the Methodist church starts under most auspicious A line congregation Sunday morning and a still largeroue Sunday evening Prof Fogg came in Monday and took of the music His masterful leadership seems to inspire the whole great audience and they sing with great spirit Everybody seems to think we are on tne eve of a revival for the town We need with an aching need Let all the Christian people cooperate to this end Great Times at Cincinnati From all accounts the Exposition features of a big Fall Festival to be held in Cincinnati Sept 19 to 29 will eclipse the best record of the old In dustrial Exposition of the 80s Eve ry exhibitor North or South Hall is significant for sonic special unique fea ture not ordinarily seen in Exposi tions From cutting and polishing diamonds by experts to the of biscuits by a new process every display is remarkable for some special and extremely interesting edu cational feature The Exposition partment alone will occupy 50000 square feet in space Goes South Seeking Health On account of illhealth Mr M F Heatherington has sold the Lebanon Falcon and will go to Florida to re side Kentucky newspaper men re gret to lose from their ranks so bright alight In his farewell announcement is this beautiful and pathetic para graph weighted with a meaning that will scarcely be misunderstood And some day I will come back Some day when the shadows long from the west and there is a touch of autumn in the air and in the wind a whisper of the night 1 will come back as a wandering child awearyseeks the lap of moth er to rest For when the fitful fever Ilaygrass to be coverlet meanwhile loving the State that gave me birth all my life long though perchance afar off One More Railroad Say It onetenth the time that will be consumed in talking politics this fall were used toward securing that new railroad trains would be running through Garrard county within the next eighteen months It is to think that ourpeople are going to let this road slip When it is built through Danville and its sure to be if we dont get it goodbye Lancaster and Garrard county We cannot see why the people do not take hold of this matter and push it through If those wiseacres who say It will be built any way will only investigate a little they will learn that a road has never been constructed through a town that showed no interest in it OUD has about come to the conclusion that its advice in this matter has been falling upon deaf ears but being in possession of just a little bit more in formation on the subject than are some of those who throw cold water we cannot refrain from talking occa atonally THE RECORD feels that it has done its duty faithfully in the premises fair difference The L Uevlval circumstances chlr e great it n tie areslanting offafar distressing THE REO afford manufacture Dont forget the excursion to Nat ural Bridge Sunday See ad The yellow label tells how you stand with this office What about it Go to Conns Carriage Sbopror bar Best accommodations by Nicholas ville Stage Line aug30tfCoopers drew a fairsize crowd to town Friday and gave a good per formance Mr W J Romans is erecting a neat cottage his lot near the carriage shop Tickets to Barbourville Ivy Ac count Knox County Fair on sale Sept 5th to 7th inclusive limited to Sept 8th at one fare for round trip A Barouche good order will sell cheap or exchange for a Buckboard J C HEMlIIILL sep6 Dont be put oft with any kind of botch work but go toheadquarters for good work and rigfit prices All kinds of carriage wagon and farming Carriage Shop Getting bigger every day What Our trade Why Read the bargains which we dished out to our trade last week and you will not wonder Star tobacco 35c per lb or 9c per plug Finest Cream Cheese at lOc per pound Breakfast Bacon at bets per pound Best Baking Soda at let per pound BLUE GUASS GIIOCEUY Co Whose Ox Is Gored Newspaper Talk has the following to say in regard to the local paper and its constituents The local paper is supposed to print all the news but if the publisher printed all the drunks scraps family etc what a howl there would be You never know the value of the home paper until you want something kept out of its col onus then the editor is the best fel low in town Card of Thanks We wish sincerely to thank the kind friends who materially a few nights since expressed to us their love and esteem This is the second time for this year they have beseiged our home in cheery good will pressed our hearts with further obligations and burdened our larder with everything good May heavens blessings rest on you all Rev L Robinson and Wife P S Later And still they come Our cordial thanks L R Wife gains in Buggies SUlz Harness RICE BrNaE on For Sale in or Buggy implement rapairidt done at Coons rackets and 1 DEPLORABLE TRAGEDY Judge French Tipton Shot and Kill ed By Clarence E Woods At Rlcduiond At Richmond Saturday evening Judge French Tipton was shot and mortally wounded by Clarence E Woods Tipton lingered until Mon day when he passed away The quar rel was the result of an enmity of sev eral years standing It began when Tipton was editor of the Richmond Pantagraph a Republican paper and Woods was editor of the Climax a Democratic paper Political discus sions between the men grew very and finally resulted in personal abuse The shooting occurred about eight oclock on Main street Accor ding to one report Woods was talking with a friend and did not Tipton who approached and dealt Woods a vicious blow in the face with his fist Woods struck back but when he saw T pton advancing drew a 38caliber p tol and tired the ball striking Tip t m in the right side below the dia phragm After Tipton was shot he threw up his hands and asked Woods not to kill him The ball penetrated Tiptons bowels and death resulted from internal Both men were connected with the Richmond newspapers for several years and are known all over the state Judge Tipton edited a paper in Lancaster in the seventies and was well known by older citizens of the town Mr Woods is one of the most widely known and popular newspaper men in Kentucky The many friends of both parties are greatly grieved over the sad termination of the trou ble Tipton made a dying statement in which Woods statement was com pletely corroborated Good Move By Council At the meeting of the City Council Monday night a law was passed that if enforced will prove the best step taken by the Board in a long time The ordinance is to prohibit loafing about the depot and other public places A gang of trilling negros and some equally as white men crowd around the depot every day and some nights it is impossible for ladies to get into the waiting room This law will also apply to the gang of strut sages and will work a great hardship on those who want to argue politics and other peoples business RECORD trusts that it will be enforced and not merely be put upon the statute book for an ornament bitter see hemom Images noaccount TilE WE j THE FAMOUS This wagon is sold en a posi tive guarantee know you will like them J R J A Co I andwe I f len I oeooooo0000000000000000000 oaooooo HANDLE I OENSBOROWAGONI asc oaooooaoooooooooodooooooooapppppppp eaz aY Funeral Directors Arterial iind Cavity Embalming A Specialty 7ull Line of Furniture and Carpets FURNITURE Couches Sideboards Wash stands Springs Matresses etc If you want to save money see R L Jennings Co Leading Merchants Paint Lick Ky R L Davidson Attorney At Lav Life Insurance Policies Bought for Cash Or Loaned on for sums of 500 upwards Everythingin tt FIFTEEN HUNDRED STYLES TO SELECT FROM We represent the leading Tailoring Concerns in the country Lamm Co Chicago The Globe Tailoring Co Cincinnati M Born Co Chicago B Stern Son New York Murphy Bros Chica go and E V Price Co Chicago Suits to measure from 1500 to 5000 Pants to measure from 450 to 1500 fit and Workmanship Guaranteed With the advance of modern times innovations have been preeminently percep tible in the art of dress this has asserted itself as a much known quantity in mould ing the character of man We have applied ourselves deligently in mastering the art and noiselessly have advanced with the tide ofevents until we have reached the high est pinnacle ofperfection We stand boldly and defiantly upon a platform of suprem acy because we are honest in the conviction that we have justly earned the distinct ion We owe it not solely to our own en tiiirg cxerticn but as well to the patience of our loyal Constituents our patrons and at their shrine we worship the inspiring idol confidence We recognize the power ofthis influence and shall faithfully and jealously guard our position in the field of Tailoring attained through their evidenced good gudg went We propose to do it honestly legitimately and upon the lines of strict tom mercial principleswith our motto THE BEST ON EARTH as a guiding star With a profusion of thanks and an expression of gratitude to our patrons for their liberal encouragement we have the honor to Faithfully WMi t Fall Tailoring 1 I remain Dan 7444444404404444444444 RECORD THURSDAY SEPT 6 rgoo EVERY WEEK BY LANDRAM LANCASTER KENTUCKY r CENTRAL LOUIS Publisher raltus ONE YAB IN ADTANCK 100 SIX MONTHS M- iTHEKB 25 STONE T L Saunderssold to John Saun ders a bunch of as 5c Mr and Mrs Lish Fathergill are re juicing over the arrival of a fine boy A number from here attended the Association at Freedom last Wednes Mrs Wm Teater is very sick with flux and also two of Mead Teaters children are very sick with flux James Parks bought of James Raney a bunch of hogs at 5c and also some of Frank Folger and Geo McQuerry Eld II J Beazley of Newcastle Henry county closed a very successful meeting at Scotts Fork Wednesday night with sixteen additions eight by baptism one from the Methodist and six reclaimed and one by letter The relatives and friends of Mrs Mary East surprised her very much on the 27th inst with a nice dinner it being the sixtieth anniversary of her birth there were about forty present and all reported an enjoyable timeMisses Carrie and Cordie WalkerEl la Carter of Hanley Ida and Willie Pierce of Buckeye Myrtie and Cart ie Saunders of Hyattsville Minnie and Stella Broaddus of McCreary and Gertrude Raney of Lock No 8 were the guests of Misses Saunders during the meeting at Scotts Fork Mrs Ellen Crane and daughter Miss returned to their home in last week after several days visit with relatives and friends here Mr Ilansford Land has returned home from a visit with his brother in Indi anr We are glad to say that Mrs Mattie Land has recovered from a spell of sickness Mrs OP Stone children of Uicholaswlle spent week with her aunt Mrs C M Mober fey Mr and Mrs Jame Johnson and children of High Bridge visited Mat Folger the first of last week Born to the wife of George Grow a fine and also to the wife of Boyd Osborn a girl JttAllKSBDIlY Master Thadcfle Aldridge bought of J II Parks a nice threeyearold colt for A small boy in this community is raising a young dog tells that he exhibits a great deal of canine sense by carrying the umbrella from the house whenever it begins to thunder Who doubts his story Mr J A Boner of Danville visited his parents Mr and Mrs J C Boner Sunday Mr Ed Sutton and wife were made happy by the arrival of a little lad Saturday August 25 J II Parks left Tuesday to visit at Greenfield Illinois and the G A R at Chicago Mrs Sam Hughes and childrenof Danville visited her sister Mrs N Bogie last Thursday Mr and Mrs Hamner ol Junction City visited their parents here Sunday Mr Georgo Bright of Lower Garrard has been spending several days with his nephew C A Robinson An infant son came to brighten the home of Mr and Mrs Will Parks a few days ago Messrs Ed Price and Francis were in this looking at farms last weekMalk Aldridge attended the Brod head fair andLizzie Marksbury are several days in Lancaster A J Rice has been recuperating at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Minnie John son of Marcellus spent Saturday and Sunday with H D Aldridge and Miss Huggins of is visiting Mrs Fred Sutton Miss Annie Cecil who has been spending several weeks with relatives here returned to her home at Junction City Saturday Mesdames Frank Bogie and Lisle of East Hickman visited Mrs N II Bogie a part of last week A number of people from this community attended the Associ aaion at Freedom last week Miss Bertie Bourne of Bettis is spending several weeks with her aunt Miss Jennie Pollard Bowen Fox of Dan vine spent Saturday with his nephew Mr Robt Fox While here he was trying to purchase mules Misses Ethel Nichols of Georgetown and Mary Lynn Mock of Danville spent last week with Miss Hallie Rice Misses Sallie Herring and Pearl Ald ridge left Tuesday to visit Dr and J II and attended the and fairsRev A J Copass a series of meetings at Mt Hebron Baptist Sunday He will be assistedby his Rev B A Copass Every one cordially invited to attend Brave Men Fall Victims to stomach liver and kidney troubles as well as women and all feel the results in loss of appetitepoisons in the blood backache nero vousness headache and tired listless rundown feeling But theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind He says Electric Bitters are just the thing for a man when he is all run down and doesnt care whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and appetite than anything I could take I can now eat anything SOcts at McRoberts Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed im hogs day Carrie Lancaster n 35 relatives attend lastweekMissesSue Sutton spending family N I and a new lease on life Only la Middlesboro have ti 4 dst hu lie ugh S News The Lexington Elks cleared about 10000 on their fair The population of Covington is 42 938 an increase of 149 per cent David Sinton died at Cincinnati leaving a fortune estimated at 520 000000 Near Nicholasville last week light ning killed six horses belonging to J C HawkinsThomas a negio preacher was hanged at Raleigh N C for the murder of six persons A negro was hanged at Bellair Mel for criminal assault A company of militia was on hand The Harriman Tenn Cotton Mill has received orders from England for 100000 pounds of thread One person was killed and three injured in an electric car accident at Silver Lake near Akron Ohio liners and operators of the Coal Creek Jellico and Middlesboro agreed upon the old wage scale Frank Lillard died sit Versailles Friday morning from blood poisoning caused by a spiders bite a few days before John S Mitchell President of the United Mine Workers predicts a big strike in the anthracite coal region Of Pennsylvania GOY Beckham Saturday honored rwo requisitions from Gov Mount for criminals who are wanted in and who are now in jail in Adjt General Corbin has written a letter to Senator Sewell of New Jer sey defending the army canteen as a promoter of temperance among the soldiersDuring the six weeks of the Caleb Powers trial the Western Union graph gnice at Georgetown handled over 897000 words of newspaper v Wes Austin and Bob Armstrong convicts who escaped from the at Coal City Ga were killed by a posse near Whiteside Ten nesseeGeorge Ham jr editor of the a Democratic newspaper at London Ky died at his home in that place Thursday of fever The Danville Baptist church has let a contract to George West Son for the erection of a new church building at a cost of 15000 The building will be under roof by Dec 15th Clerk Chinn has settled his with Fayette county by paying 207089 to County Treasurer Rodes The bond company it is said will make no further effoat to settle with the State Auditor In a letter signed A Believer in Christ and postmarked at ter Ky the Nebraska Children lane Society has received a cash for the mission church which is being built by the society for the working people at Lincoln In many of the parks in New York city orderly sleepers are allowed to pass the night in a sitting position on the benches and in sultry weather an average of 5000 men are found there They are required to move on at five oclock in the morning Summarizing reports from the growing States a New Orleans paper says there has been no material change in the cotton crop during the month of August In some sections marked improvement is shown while in other localities the crop has Breathitt county claims to have two of the largest families in the State Reuben Fletcher of Frozen Creek is the father of 22 children while Rev Stephen Carpenter of Quicksand makes a close second with 21 M r Flether named his two younger Twentyone and Twentvtwo When Circuit Court adjourned for dinner at London Ky Saturday Scott Stanley who had been acquit ted of a criminal charge knocked Grant Hamilton down a flight of steps John Peters Hamiltons fatherinlaw stabbed Stanley twice inflicting fatal wounds Several other men engaged in the fight which was stopped by the Sheriff and his A man in Pratt Kansas was of selling liquor without a li cense and sentenced to jail The however permitted the prisoner to remain with his family most of the time and did not lock him up At the expiration of the prisoners term the prisoners wife sued the Sheriff for the price of board and lodging for her spouse alleging that the Sheriff was drawing pay from the county for the prisoners keep She was judgment for 2160 Doe It Pay to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat 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 ed in all civilized countries with in severe throat and lung troubles Boschees German Syrup It not on ly heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy expectora tion gives a good nights cures the patient Try ONE Reccommended many years by all druggists in the world For sale by C C J E Stormes 1 r O O OOOOOOOOOIOOOOOOOO4 Indianapolis specials stockade Kentuckian published typhoid shortage contribution cotton deteriorated children probably finally deputies convicted sheriff awarded success bottle CONE AU tQd districts Kentucky Tel ierills C Winch intro e Crs duc of 3 It is reported that the hog crop in Garrard is large this year and that prices will be unusually good Harrison county growers are cutting and housing tobacco The crop is promising and satisfactory in quality No farm is complete without a small flock of sheep They are the most effective scavengers placed on the farm The wheat market remains in an unsatisfactory condition with views among experts as to the future of the cereal Baughman Beazley sold to Givens Denny of Lincoln county a pair of 1C hands 1inch mare mules at 300 They bought of Robert Austin a live yearold combined horse for 100 Corn in the leading markets has a sharp turn upward in the face of generally encouraging crop news and prices are again about eight cents above last years High quotations are due to light receipts and Ibw stuck Advocate There are between 2000 and 2500 head of export cattle being fed in Boyle county for this falls It is expected that the best of them will sell at from live and a half cents It is understood that some small lots have already been engaged at five and a quarter The bull of the wheat crop in the county has been harvested and it is generally reported a fair yield Much it has already been sold but many farmers will hold for better prices or feed to stock While hogs are so high some farmers claim that as feed their wheat is worth 1 per bushel Shel byville Record Cowards should never have bees The best people to handle and care for bees are women with Eves and lots of common sense nerve Half of the stamina that a woman to wed a drunken or dis olute husband can keep bees and love them or tame lions and nurse W in Farmers Home physician says that and bicaroonate of soda are the worst things to give a horse in colic sickness The only remedy that need ever be given he says is spirits of ether Onehalf ounce of this in a pint of warm water sweetened repeated in a half to threequarters of an hour if needed is all he has ever found Cows like human beings want a va ricty of feed A mixture of two grains is better for a cow giving milk than the same amount of feed given in one grain and four or five or even more kinds mixed together will usually give better returns than two or three kinds Small portions of different kinds seem to make it more appetizing and cows will eat more and digest more Give her one mixture for breakfast and mixture fcr her supper for a considerable period The banner sale of tobacco at last week was made by Mr W 0 Brock of this county On Thursday he offered at the Peoples Tobacco Warehouse seventeen hhds of bright trashes for wliich he received an av of 1036 per hundred The price was 1175 and the lowest 8 30 Mr Brock who is general in this section for the Peoples house says this sale was the best he ever made on this kind of it was generally commented on in the trade One reason for the excellent price was not only that the type Aas one for which there is strong demand but that it was in excellent keeping Sun What is a bushel A great many people dont know and fortheir benefit we give the following The weight of a bushel of various kinds of is a very variable quantity The lightest bushel we have perhaps among the products usually sold is blue grass seed which weighs 14 Ibs Next come such products as bran and charcoal weighing 20 pounds Dried apples weigh 24 pounds and seed 30 pounds which is also the weight of sorghum seed Oats weigh 32 pounds and so do blackberries raspberries strawberries and osage orange seed Dried peaches weigh 33 pounds per bushel and coke 38 pounds Cherries currants gooseberriesgrapes and plums weigh 40 pounds weighs 44 pounds and timothy seed 45 pounds and castor beans and sweet potatoes 46 pounds to the Green apples barley Hungarian grass seed millet green peaches and quinces weigh 48 pounds Salt 50 Ibs buckwheat 52 pounds shelled corn flax seed and rye 56 pounds onions 57 pounds and wheat potatoes clover seed and beans CO pounds Corn on the cob weighs 70 pounds and coal and lime 80 pounds Sand weighs 130 pounds to the bushel To prevent consumption quickly cure throat and lung troubles with One Minute Cough Cure F P Frisbie The most striking characteristics of a railway is its employes Cornbuskers sprained wire cuts and sprains or cuts from any other cause are quickly healed when Ballards Snow Ointment is promptly applied Price 25 and 50c C C J E Stormes lm All is fair in love and but itsonly halffare in a railway war Thousands suffer with torpid liver producing great depression of spirits indigestion constipation headache etc Herbine will stimulate the liver keep the bowels regular and restort a healthful buoyancy of spirits 50 cents C C J E Stormes lm id conflicting taken curiosity and enables polecats C JournalA whisky I necessary another Louisville era e highest solicitor tobacco orderWinchester products broom- corn Hemp- seed bushel wrist barbed war Price S market in ly in p FOREIGN GOSSIP Australian bushmen are being offered farms free of cost in Rhodesia The total capital indebtedness of Ed inburgh Scotland is 2546616 12 390055 The underground railways of London carry only 19 per cent of the traflic 81 per cent is carried by omnibuses and street cars All classes in China dress by imperial command and when the Peking announces that the emperor has put on his winter hat on a clay by centuries unvarying custom all China does likewise and turns over the chair cushions their ynter side The annual crop of mushrooms iri France is valued at 2000000 and it ia said that there are GO wholesale firms Paris dealing exclusively in them In the department of the Seine there are some 3000 caves in which mushrooms are grown About 300 persons are in their culture and they rare leave the caves From an industrial point of tire Flemish city of Ghent ranks first among the communities of Belgium According to the recent industrial cen sus published by the ministry of and labor Ghent has 42338 workers including bosses directors employes mechanics and laborers After Ghent comes Antwerp with 40 416 followecPby Liege with 37918 and Brussels Center with 3CS17 The design of the gold casket which the London corporation prepared for the shah is of Persian character throughout The four corners are re cessed alcoves figures and surmounted by delicate minarets Illfigures represent London welcoming commerce education and justice On the obverse is an enameled miniature of the royal recipient whose imperial crown is set with precious stones and the center is an escutcheon bearing the initial letter S set in diamonds HYMN WRITER A BIGAMIST Preacher Author of Theres a Llslit In the Window for Thee Be came a Tramp Rev Edward Dunbar who wrote the old Sunday school hymn Theres a Light in the Window for Thee sleeps in a paupers grave at Coffeyville Kan where he died n tramp in the town jail ten years ago Ills name became a byword in the where he was known and ing prison he became a vagabond In 1SG7 Dunbar was arrested at Leaver worth Ian while engaged in holding a series of revival meetings and taken to Minneapolis Minn where he was tried for bigamy convicted and sent to the penitentiary for three years and eight months says the Chicago Trib one One night in the spring of ISO Dun bar applied at the Coffcyville jail for lodging He was ill and the author ities took him in He died the next day Papers in his pockets revealed Iris tity and showed that he had tramped all over the country Some church lately erected a marble slab over his grave on which the words are Here Lies Edward Dunbar Who Wrote Theres in the Win flow for Thee Brother When Dunbar was a small boy lived in New Bedford Mass and worked in a factory His mother lived at the foot of the street on which the factory was located and as the kida work kept him away till after dark she always placed a light in the window to guide his footsteps homeward The boy became reckless and took a to go to sea so off he went three years cruise During his absence his mother fell ill and was at deaths door She talked incessantly about her boy and every night asked those around her to place a light in the win dow in anticipation of his return When she realized that the end had come she said Tell Edward that I will set a light in time window of Heaven for him These were her last words The lad had grown to manhood before he returned home and his mothers message had such an effect upon him that he reformed and became a preach er In the course of his reformation he wrote Theres a Lightin the Win dow for Thee Brother Rev Edward married in Sea Bedford and had five children He soon won a reputation as a pulpit orator and there was great surprise when it was found one Sunday morning that he had left the city leaving his wife family behind He came to Kansas and after preaching in different parts of the state went to Minneapolis Minn A great revival followed and hun dreds were converted Miss Eunice Belle Lewis a handsome young heiress o Minneapolis was one of his converts She fell in love with the evangelist married him against the wishes of her friends Shortly after the wedding turned to Kansas to fill an engagement at Leavenworth While he was away suspicious friends of time bride consult ed W D Webb lately judge of the Sec ond judicial district of Kansas and Austin H Young who were law part ners in Minneapolis They soon found evidence sufficient to warrant an ar rest and Dunbars ministerial career was brought to a sudden close After Dunbars incarceration in the penitentiary Judge Young secured a divorce for Mrs Dunbar and married her himself They now Mipneap olis Restoring Calm Sugar Plantations The sugar plantations in Cuba that were laid waste by war are being brought back to their old order and with new buildings better machinery are in demand There is talk of re placing the old bullock carts with which the cane was in from the fields with freight automobiles During the war the cattle were either killed for food for the troops on both sides or they died of starvation A serviceable automobile for the cane field it is said should be n flat car without sides about seven feet broad and with low broad iron wheels The motive power should be steam and the car strong rather than Little Chronicle Utah Has Much Asphalt Should the supply of asphalt at become exhausted according to an expert in the use of this material a still greater bed which underlies n vast area of ground near Fort Du chesne Utah may be drawn upon The ground is now part of an Inaian reser vaUonHChicago Chronicle i I j i I I e E Gazette astronomical exposing employed iew I lea people inscribed aLight notion for a and and Dunbarre liven speedy Trinidad 5 1 0 J I F passenger prescribed r industry eon taiuing Brother aces idem r h f of a Miss ought to get mar tied Mr Oldchapp- Mr Oldchapp have wished many times lately that I had a wifeMiss Antique delighted Have Jou really Mr Oldchapp Yes If I had a wife shed probably have n sewing machine and the sewing machine would have an and I could tale it and oil my office chair It squeaks horribly X Y Weekly One of the Luxuries I that the price of bathtubs has been raised remarked Weary gles looking up from the scrap of newspaper he had ocen reading Dusty Ifhoades yawned Oh well he returned those who want luxuries should have to for them Its when they put up the price beer that the public naturally gets Post Spoke llefore He Thought Some time said Mr Meektons wife I think I will have a chef I really believe that it is better to have kitchen in charge of a male cook Yes answered Mr Meekton ab sentnrindedly it would be a good deal of a comfort to have somebody down there who could be easily bossed Washington Star A Little Child Shall Lend Them Joncsmith What a change has come over Jerseyman He used to be ona of the most pompous egotistic men I stet knew He seemed to imagine that there was nothing he did not know but hes an entirely different man now Billbrown Yes his little boy has just reached the questioiiaskinj nge Judge l Of Co ii iM e She talked to him just to let him know she wasnt afraid of old bache lorsYes And he talked to her just to let her know that he wasnt afraid of widows Yell Oh theyre married now Chicago Record A Palliating Circumstance Do you mean to tell me that Mr Giltington refused his wife pin moneyWell answered Miss Cayenne I dont know that he is wholly to be blamed You see Mrs Giltington didnt want anything but diamond pins Washington Star Viiullcntcil nt Innt- Mj dear he said I forgot to mail that letter this morning Oh jou scar she cried That was just what I wanted Xow I can blame you when that supercilious Sadie complains that I dont answer her notes Philadel phia forth American As Others See Us The raiser of a cabbage head re marked Uiggs does more for human itj than all the tbeoristsun tire world If your assertion is true rejoined his friend Diggs your mother ought to be awarded a medal Chicago Daily Xcws IHiliciiltKH of Deceit Een idleness has woes profound For when a man Is shirking lie often has to hustle round To act like he was workIng Washington Star EQUAL TO TilE EMEUGEXCY Ranted a AntiqueYou earnestlyI rag pay excitedChicago 0 Zrtfe oilcan sec r Uncle an old friend to daughter of tIle house Goodby I wont kiss you my scar Ive got such a cold Nephew with alacrity Can I do anything for you Beauty Obliterated That composite summer girl got up a dreadful disturbance How sWhy every girl in it blamed all the other girls because it wasnt pretty Detroit Free Press The German Ifin The common German hen lays about 500 or 600 eggs in ten years In the first year the number is only ten to 20 In the second third and fourth 100 to 135 each whence it again di minishes to ten in the last year X Y Herald We Are The Cincinnati Store New Store New Goods New Prices Good Treatment We have located in new Hotel building next to livery stable for the purpose of giving you people The Worth of Your Money Hoping that you will not forget to p tronize me promising you fair treatment I give you a cordial invitation to visit the Cincinnati Bargain store Call and see me when you come to town CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE uncleFun Her hll lat Pllcl in Tawi photograph I o o K sA T McROBERTS DRUG STORE TO DRUG School Books Tablets and General Supplies Fine of all kinds Engraved Wedding Invitations 1 OO En graved Cards and Plate redu ced to 1 25 LILLARE v STDUT The Pharmacists and Stationers Danville RUGS AND DRUGGISTS IU DRIES Paints Books Stationery etc We especially invite inspection of ui fine line of Toilet Soaps Perfumery Cigars and UpToDate Xovelties 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 over by experienced men Garrard County Friends Always Welcome LILLARD STOUT B B Jones Pres W IsT T ID Young men and women to prepare for positions as Bookkeepers Stenographers and than the supply For further particulars addressLexington Business College LEXINGTON KENTUCKY j v p I A d I A Vy IIii I i OOOOO r STORUES Jl STORE FOR Stationery I I 1 E G Spink Vice Pres E a r 1 I1 w GO- t c 4S I I i V t t I i iJ Operators I will stand my BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796 at 2 Money due at time of service J A ROBINSON Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike HEREFORD A TO MANKINDBOON DRTALES JCKEYE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES Sole 3W North Mala Street ST LOUIS MG DRUG STORE F e IlARD Pro rlefGr IESSrn Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 679 am Number 6 Daily Stop l i m amNumberSOUTH Number 1 when tinged Number 5 Daily n12amNumber 9 Sunday 755pm Number Midnight 1142 pm stop l am sS BOUND 1I46 f PILE CURE PILES BE J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVIEJE KENTUCKY Land Srajor ad Apt ft AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO Our Stock in Every Department Was Never More Complete Than Now I J Vjftfjl flj s Gis s 0 0 0 ID fljJfjtfffffJjfjgMJffi r lflffffffff lHl1lIl wr Wii z i I I I E AA t NI r- 41i a There isnt a more complete line of new AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES In the state than we carry s v 3 E I I I I S f DRUGSri r Prisbies Pharmacy Lancaster Ky1 IIi I I YfflfffJJ l Jflf lf1lllgifflf gffg rJjJ 7llt 0 0 0 0 0Yi Yfffjgfff1gjr Jtffjflfl tKfifffllfJlfJ711llffjff1ff jg11lfJX a l y r CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY SEPT 6 IgOO Mr J E Stormes is in Cincinnati Mr John M Logan is in the East buying goods Hon Letcher Owsley is at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Katie Simpson visited friends at Brodhead and attended the fair Mr Jacob Joseph left this week for the eastern cities to lay in Fall goods George Harris has gone to Carlisle to accept a position as telegraph ope rator Mr Ben Hughes led wife visited relatives in Brodhead and attended the fair Miss Clara Hayden of Lexington is the guest of her cousin Mrs John Baughman Mrs George McRoberts of Stanford is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Burnside Mrs Mary E Young is in Garland Texas visiting her daughter Mrs Claire Witwcr Miss Maria Grillin of Lexington is with her relatives Mss Eliza Smith and brother Jim Misses Bettie and Mary Logan of Louisville have been visiting Mrs Elizabeth Mason Misses St Clair and OConnell of Chicago are visiting the formers uncle Mr Jno Donohue Mesdames Hudson and Knight of Kicholasville have been visiting Mr Banks Hudson and wife Mr J B Paxton wife and children of Stanford visited her parents Mr Alex Robinson and wife Sunday Miss Julia Mae Gaines was the guest of Mrs Gus dolman at Crab Orch ard Springs from Thursday to Mon day Misses Daisy and Xettie Greenan of Indianapolis and Gene Dick of Crab Orchard visited Miss Julia May Gaines Thursday Two prominent local society people will be married the latter part of this month Pay your subscription and learn who they are Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton the Brodhead fair Mrs Hamilton was awarded the premium in the fan cy turnout ring and also as the best lady rider Mrs E G Dick Miss Gene and Mr Donald Dick of Crab Orchard were visitors in this city Tuesday Handsome little air Eddie Hofmann came down with them C W Young accompanied his uncle and aunt Mr J S Armstrong and wife to their home in Dallas Texas to enter school C W is a promising boy and we predict a bright future himMr Mrs Willie Eason and children of Alabama were Ute guests of Mr and Mrc Marshal Eason Sunday also Mr and Mrs Cyrus Ea son and Mrs Willie Walker and little Patsy Duncan The brides trousseau this season will be distinguished for its The new wedding gowns are either very elaborate in material and trimmings or an effect is achieved with simple materials and less trimmings which is equally as smart as the one produced at great expense September Ladies Home Journal- i Mr Jno the merchant tailor spending a few days with his friend Mr nFnorDonohue We regret to state that Mr Sheas health has so far failed that he has closed his shop in this city and will in a feHv days go to his daughters in Louisville to No man is more highly by our citizens than is be and everybody regrets that this move has become necessary f f r 1 pretty smartness expensive re- sIde respected I i oatfooooo0oooooaoooooooeooooooot R OUT ICORhGoo- oootoooc woooo40000000oooooao F s e S attended 1 Sprin rb c I i tea t l l 4I s Miss May Hobbs has entered Mid way school Mrs J C Siler has returned from a visit to her sister at Lebanon Mrs Maggie Hobbs has accepted a position at the telephone exchange Miss Kate Miller of Stanford was with Lancaster friends Wednesday Miss Kate Stone is quite sick at the home of her brother Mr John Stone Mrs Dunn and children of Danville are with Mrs R E McRoberts this weekMisses Delph of Louisville are vis itors of Mrs Tom Stevens Lexington streetMiss Anna Dooley has returned home after a pleasant visit to in Cincinnati George Smith Jr has returned from Rockcastle Springs where he spent the summer Miss Margaret of who has been visiting relatives here has returned home Mr Arthur Hubbard of Covington has joined his wife at Mrs John E Stormes for a few days visit Mrs Pope mother of W II Pope got a fall at Grab Orchard and is in a critical condition Richmond Pairkigraph Alex Den nci is back from an all summer vaca thin at his home near Lancaster Misses Stella Huston and Bessie Batson have been with Mrs Lizzie Rice for a few days at Hedgeville Mr Richard Ilackley and wife of Buena Vista visited their daughter Mrs James I Hamilton Monday Misses Alberta Anderson and Amy Davidson are at Kingston Madison county visiting Mr Thos Anderson Louis Landrail and wife returned from Crab Orchard Saturday after noon Miss Altie Marksbury return ed Wednesday Miss Alice Henderson will open her school at Preachersville Oct 1 Miss Henderson is one of the best teachers in the state Mrs Grant and infant Lyman McKee are visiting her uncte Mr Thomas Anderson in Madison coun ty near Kingston Danville Advocate Miss Bettie Arnold returned to her home in Lan caster Saturday after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs E A Logan Col A J Rice of Lower Garrard passed through this city en route to the Brodhead fair He says that is the place to go to have an old fash ioned good time Mr A Goodloe Lackey an old Lan caster boy was here on a visit to his parents last week He is a mighty good friend of TIlE RECORD and we were sorry to miss his visit Livingston Wardson of R G Ward of Lancaster has been visiting his uncle Hon Sam Ward and other relatives here Mrs Sam Ward has returned from a visit to relatives in Lancaster and other of Garrard county We understand Mr A R Denny of Hiattsville is thinking of renting his fine farm and moving Lancaster to reside THE RECORD sincerely hopes he will come amongst us We want just such men as he A typical gen tleman a Christian bighearted and plenty af good oldfashioned sense he will make a valuable addition to our town Chamberlains Cough Remedy a Great Favorite The soothing and healing properties of this remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made it a great favorite with people everywhere It is especially prized by mothers of small children for colds croup and whooping cough as it al ways affords quick relief and as it contains no opium or other harmful drug it may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by McRoberts lm It is far better to stand on cereino ny than on somebodys cor in a i street car relatives Hackle Georgetown Ill ColonelEarl sections t R E reported We have a full assortment of Fountain and Bulb Syringes Hot Wa ter Bottles Hair and Cloth Brushes Autbmizers Sponges Foot Nail and Shaving Brushes SeaSalt Soap Per fumes and Toilet Articles of all kinds The Finest line of Cigarsand Tobacco in Q town JUDGE V E WALKER IHca At HIM Homo In Tills City Fri day After A Lingering Illnesw News of the death of Judge William E Walker cast a gloom over the com munity Friday at noon While his illness was generally known of yet his had no idea that the end was so near at hand lIe has been suffering for some time from brain trouble lIe was confined to his bee from this trouble some months ago but improved and was able to resume his work out another attack came upon him about three months ago and he was never able to be out of the house again Judge William Estill Walker was born in Madison county Ky March 4 1842 He was a son of Dr Charles J and Nancy E Walker lIe receiv ed a good education at the looal schools and at the State College when it was located in IIarrodsburg spent two years of his early life in Russia where he engaged with his brotherinlaw Green Clay in oil speculation In May 1872 he was married to Miss Dorcas M Leaveil and eight children blessed their un manyfriends Ky- lIe ion Lewis L Chas J Martha son who died in 1880 William E Green Clay Horace L and Nancy E The first ten years of his married life was spent on the farm and in 1882 lie was elected judge of the Garrard county court which place he held for two terms refusing the nomination for the third In 1813 he entered the Internal Revenue service under Pres ident Cleveland and continued until the date of his death except part of 149G when he was a member of the Kentucky Legislature While a member of the Kentucky House he made a strong fight for sound money in which he had strong conviction Judge Walker was a man of many fine qualities and if he had an enemv no one ever heard of the fact He was noble hearted kind pleasant and accommodating No person can say they ever heard him speak ill of his fellowman What he had of this worlds goods he wanted his friends to share with him He was quick to see the funny side of all questionsand was blessed with a keen wit that al ways brought cheerfulness to those about him Funeral services were conducted by Dr J L McKee at the family residence on Richmond street Sunday morning after which the were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery Cuts and Bruises Quickly Healed Chamberlains Pain Balm applied to a cut bruise burn scald or like allav the pain and will heal the parts in less time than any other treatment Unless the injury is very severe it will not leave a scar Pain Balm also cures rheumatism sprains swellings and lameness For sale by R E McRoberts im We never know the full value of our property until we lose it In a railway wreck The Gun Was the ball that hit G B Steadman of Newark Mich in the Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment helped for 20 years Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth 25cts a dox Cure guaranteed Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist im infant remains Instantly Red Hot From I therein BRYANTSVILLE Miss Allis Dunn began a select school at the school house near Mrs Jenfi Berkeles last Monday We ask those indebted to us to please call and settle their accounts Mrs A S Haselden Mr Green an aged and good citizen near Buena Vista died last week in terment at Mount Olivet church he leaves a wife to mourn her loss who has the sympathy of the commu nity Miss Ball aged 15 and Mr Kling man aged 17 of this vicinity were married in Jeffersonville last week the family received a letter from them Saturday They were in Nebraska and would make that state their home The Teachers Association will be held at the school house at this place Saturday afternoon Sept 15th Quite an interesting program is being ar ranged Miss Katie Moore is presi dent That announces in advance that it will be a success Miss Sallie Ready of is spending a few days with relatives here Miss Tevis Carpenter of is the pleasant guest of the Miss es Olive Wilds of Nicholasville will arrive to be the guest of Miss Katie Ison this week Alice Barker of Lexington- is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James Robinson at Beuna Vista Miss Mamie Ballard has returned from visiting relatives m Lexington Miss May Rabinson entertained a few friends on Saturday evening Mrs Alfred Ball and family Mrs H Combs of IIanley visited relatives in this vicinity Sunday Mrs Moss of Camp Nelson visited her sister Sunday Mrs Moss of Lan caster visited their parents Sunday Born to the wife of Dr Arm strong on Sunday a daughter Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Thirty Year of Suffering I suffered for with diarrhoea and thought I was past cured says John S Halloway of French Camp Miss I had spent so much time and money and suffered so much that I had given up all hopes of recovery I so feeble from the effects of the diarrhoea that I could do no kind of labor could not even travel but by accident I was permit ted to find a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and after taking several bottles I am entirely cured of that trouble I am so pleases with the result that I am anxious that it be in reach of all who suffer as I have For sale by R E McRoberts lm GUNNS CHAPPEL Wesley Simpson sold some heifers to Uncle Ben Robinson at 455 per hundred Mr Leslie Teater and Miss Norah Ray were solemly united in the holy bonds of matrimony on the 29 of Aug ust at the home of the brides father Mr Hiram Ray Rev Bivins officiat ing After the many congratulations were extended to the happy pair a nice supper was served of which each heartly partook The bride and groom were entertained at the home of the later the following day The bride was beautifully arrayed in yellow or gandy and the groom wore a hand some attire of black Mr Teater is a young farmer of this vicinity and highly respected by all while Miss Norah is one the best and most girls of Buckeye We wish them and successful journey through life The most dainty and effective pms made Little Early Risers They are unequalled for all liver and bowel roubles Never gripe F P Frisbie im Store Room For Rent The large handsome store room now occupied by Fuller Sympson as a grocery This is the largest grocery in town and one of the best stands Has been occupied and queensware house for many years Plenty of light given after August 14 G S GAINS future Louisville Stanford Leaves Miss and 11 rand thirty being lid industrious are ass grocery PosseS on Mrs years was along DeWitts 4 room I Our Delicious SODA WATER ADVERTISES ITSELF fPRESCRIPTION ID POT EXCELLED UNYWHERE UR I rrrr r1 r r r rr e e Y- rS rr Wanted to Lick The Spoon Indianapolis Nov 1G 99 Pepsin Syrup Co Dear have been keeping house for five years and are never without Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin We find nothing to equal it for stom ach troubles and my children like itas well as candy One night recently my wife was giving a dose to our baby U years old and Nelda our little girl 4 years old cried for some too Her mamma told her she didnt need It and then she said Cant I lick the spoon It is pleasant to take the effects are so good we hate to be without Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Yours truly Lafe D Werthers Mgr Enterprise Hotel Statistics show that out of hundred women who threaten to report a streetcar conductor for inci vilify none of them ever do it Two Candidates for the insane asylum saved from the stomach troubles that drives folks crazy by Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin It is guaranteed to cure every form of Stomach Trouble Sold by R E McRoberts 1m Truth plays about the same part in a horse trade that ham dues in a rail road sandwich When you want a pleasant physic try the new remedy Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25c Samples free at McRob crts drug store 1m If you want to know the defects of a railway always consult a man who travels on a pass Have you a sense of fullness in the region of your stomach after eating If so you will be benefited by using Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They also cure belching and sour stomach They regulate the bowels too Price 25c Sold by R E McRoberts druggist 1m The deadly car stove doesnt trouble the passengers as much in the sum mer as the hot icewater If you are troubled with inodorous breath heart burn flatulency head ache acidity pains after eating loss of appetite persistent melancholy or low spirits You need a tonic a few doses of Herbine will give you the re cuperative force to remove these dis orders Price 50c C C J E Stormes It is more difficult to sleep in a sleeping coach than it is to keep a midnight local train Take life as it comes and make the most of all circumstances but for a bad cough or cold take Coussens Honey of Tar the best known reme dy for quick relief and sure cure Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes im The only time the average woman never talks back is when she accepts your seat in a crowded street car Whites Cream Vermifuge is essen Bally the childs tonic It improves the digestion and assimilation of food strengthening the nervous system and restoring them to the health vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood Price 25 cents C C J E Stormes 1m About the only suit that is not to a railway company is the one of blue cloth and brass fablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is not a panacea but is recommended for blind bleeding or protruding piles and it will cure the most obstinate cases Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes The railroad engineer may not be a society leader but wealth and fashion frequently follow In his train The progressive nations of the world are the great food consuming nations Good food well digested gives strength If you not digest all you eat you need Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It what eat You need not diet yourself It will even digest all classes of food in a bottle No other preparation will dp this 4t instantly relieves and quickly cures all stomach troubles lm Ind SirsWe themselves objectionable buttons digests F r Friable I o everyone awaken can yon r What It Means is not obscure All our efforts are di rected towards rcleiving our patron from the torture of aching TEETH And all operations are as tree from pain or inconvenience to the patient as it is possible to make them treatment is always successful because we have skill experience and a full knowledge of Modern Dentistry My practice is three times as large as it was last year DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Office next door to Government in Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Oilice open all night To Town TuxPayers 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 Collector To Our Local Amenta You will find below copy of the no tice of the victory of the McCormick Harvesting Machine Co at Paris You will no doubt be interested in this that the machine that Vou are selling is undoubtedly superior to machine on account of receiv ing the highest award and Grand Prize at the Paris Exposition As a matter of interest to you it may be well to know that no other Company can claim the Grand Prize which was awarded at Paris on points the Harvesting Machine Co the largest number of points of all competitors other machines were able to receive medals Yours truly J N LINDLEY Gen Agt The First Ginciiwati Fall Festival Sept 1 9 to 29 1 900 If you cant go to Paris come to the Paris of America One Hundred Thousand Dollars have been set aside for the festivities of the Cincinnati Fall Festival An Industrial Exposition will be the feature All neat exposition buildings will be occupied They cover over square feet be filled with new novel instructive null interesting exhibits Cincinnati origins ted Industrial Expositions in the States and the present one promises to be more attractive mud novel ever before 1000 In Gold Will be given for the best Float in the great Manufacturers Parade A Flower Parade the greatest spectacle ever wit the canal for thousand feet filled with novel entertainments from all of the world a new and modern Midway Plaisance In the Great Springer Music Hall Ote of the largest and most famous in America spectacular allegory will be the festival will be heralded by of cannon bells and the welcoming ceremonies In honor of the Harvest whose royal barge will be met on Its way down the and who will be es great state to a grand reception at Springer null Novel firework be made from moving bout The Zoo Coney Island and other summer resorts will have special program A will be set for the Trades Unions of the city and another day devoted to a Mon ster Carnival Cincinnati cordially Invites her neighbors to participate rate ex run dally via Queen fc Crescent Route and other excursions for which especially Interesting portions of the vast program amuse meats Ou Building another McCormick receiving It leadln Trades and thefestival auditor- Iums scenerYNewThe PE acE l upon laceP d ALL KINDS OF ROOFING GUTTERING REPAIRING Done on short notice new foreman J is in charge- of our s op and we guarantee all work to tie firstclass Shop over J C Robinsons store To those owing me It is settling time and I need To those wanting Big Bargains 1 am selling a I 1 Spring and Sum mer goods at cost Come get some of these Sallie D Tillett Aetna Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile ORGANIZED 1888 aQDIIIDUIIOOOIIOCOOOHOII I i I I I I lOur i I I I i I I J B Collier 1 I f ware I Coo 01 ooe 000 0 000 0 OOC OqoocooO A Word ll due me Another Word bargains RI KINNAIRD INSURANCES Representin Followin Companies Queen Aetn Life Ins Co gf HartfordConn 1 i f fl RJ1 1 Capital Surplus Fund S5OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED 0 r fnl and PromptAttention GBrat e f X HiaaiHBOTHAic PreiidenL- XWIB Y UUYKLL YlcePretldam S t HUDSOJT Cashier Vf O RISNBT Assistant Cashs OD WALKU Bookkeepw DIBKCTOBS- JMHIBGIKBOTHAM Lists Y LlAYBLL THAKHOLD 1 F HUBWW t I o I7PA1uz FORERUNNER OF CONSUMPTION Few realize what a deepseated obstinate disease Catarrh is it as a inflammation of the nose and throat or no is given it But however insignificant it may seem at first it is serious and farreaching in its results The foul the circulation poison the entire system The stomach in fact all the organs feel the effect of this and lungs are reached its rapid and destructive and finally ends in consumption I It frequently that the senses of and smell are in or entirely lost the soft the nose eaten and destroyed causing intense suffering and greatly disfiguring the face While tick mwjws CATARRH 1 A CONSTITUTIONAL OR BLOOD DISEASE and far beyond the reach of mere local remedies Those who rely them for a cure lose valuable time meet with pointment and allow the disease to take firmer hold Only a real blood remedy can reach this troublesome and dangerous S cures Catarrh because it first cleanses and the purifies it makes it rich and stimulates and puts new life into the sluggish wornout organs and thus relieves the system of all poisonous accumulations Mrs Josephine Polhill of Due West S C writes I had Catarrh which became so deep seated I was deaf in one ear and all inside of including of the Done sloughed off When the disease had gone this far the physician gave me as incurable I determined to S S S as a last resort began to at once It seemed to get at the seat of the disease and after a few weeks treatment I was entirety cured and for more titan seven years have had no sign of the disease S S S is made of roots herbs and barks of wonderful tonical and purifying properties It is the only vegetable blood purifier known and a safe cure blood troubles Send for our on Blood and Skin Diseases and at the same time write our physicians about your case They will cheerfully give you any information or We make no charge for SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA C I progress- is bones of sprays washes and salves may temporary no permanent benefit can be from such treatment disease- S nose AlARft 1 I O 1 disa sss WINNING A CUSTOMER It Took a Strong BiiKinejjjj Curd to Do It nut AV Worth the Its a hard life that of the said one the other day to whom 30 years of hard work has given the right to speak with authority Its a bard life but its an interesting one and it gives a man a close hold on facts and realities The drummer learns in a hard school but he does learn and the lessons pay What is the first les son he has to learn How to manage men how to approach a reluctant or an indifferent or a suspicious buyer so as to win his confidence and overcome his indisposition Experience teaches this better than anything else though some men learn it more easily than others I when I first began to travel as a salesman when I was hardly more than a lad I had an experience that proved very valuable to mr There was one old fellow on my route who had been known for years as the terror of all traveling men lie was declared to be absolutely the worstnatured worst mannered fellow they had ever met anywhere but I hadnt even heard of him then and so I entered his store very confidently nnd handed him my card He tool it without even nfc it tore it into bits and threw the pieces on the floor Xow sir Raid turning to me get out of my store There were two pretty young girls In the store who did not the proceeding and who looked nt me as I walked out I had been an escaped convict Well I smarted for several days over that affair during which time I made up my mind that Id even up with himif I could the next time So before I visited his town again I had a card made expressly for my good friend It looked exactly like the one I had used before only that it was made of tin When I readied his town I waited until I saw the store pretty well filled with people and then I walked in and gave him my card He took it just as before glared at me and gave the card a But it didnt fall on the floor in this time and he only succeeded in giv ing his wrist a wrench and raising a titter among his customers I was nearly out of the door by this time for I really didnt think my life was safe but he called after me I went back Come into my office I went in expecting never to come out What do you want to sell me he esked me Dress goods I responded Well go on And I actually sold the old curmudgeon 1000 worth of cloths before I left For years after so long as he lived in fact he was one of my best customers and one of the best friends I ever made in my busi t THEY READ SOCIETY NEWS lion Robbers Get Information of Val uable Worn Our Society Queen It has long been a matter of won der how thieves learn of the women whose jewels are most valuable them to make profitable raids either by climbing porches or by mid night burglaries The secret however is out for it has been discovered that by far the most studious readers of the society columns of the daily are the professional burglars says the Chicago Chronicle All the man who wants to rob a house has got to do said a member of the fraternity recently is to turn to the personal columns of the news papers peruse the notices of the de partures for summer outings and then mark out his route He is then sure in most instances that he will find no one at home or only a servant at most It doesnt make much difference if a servant is left in charge for the burglars have got one or perhaps two to look out for During the day they can work just as easily as at night for that matter Xo one is at home and your burglar can walk up to the house with a calm assurance that will disarm anyones suspicion He may even go up to the front door such faultless style that he may be mistaken for the lord of the manorThere are a dozen tricks he could work to get the servant to admit him to the house during the absence of the family on their summer outing servants unfortunately are suf ficiently gullible to swallow any old kind of a fairy tale Your smooth thief will express great surprise at not find ing the family at home he will ask permission to step inside and leave a note and will discover that he hasnt so much as a card to pen a few lines on Then he will ask the servant to kindly get him a piece of paper and the servant will do it to oblige such a pleasant gentleman Meantime tIle pleasant gentleman will quietly slide several pieces of valuable bricabrac into his pockets or into his valise if he is foxy enough to carry one with him to carry out his pretense that he is an old friend of the family just ar rived in the citj ppexpectedly f Trouble drummer r member glancing h as if matters said ness b j enabling perfectly ony ran J understand twist- S ama 4 4 newspapers arraye din TAME HUMMING BIRDS An Interesting Inntnuce of Their Ab eucc of Fear Quietly Approached Of all these hummingbirds some a vivid green others with a patch of brilliant iridescent red beneath the bill one named Bob has for five 6uece ive years perched on the same twig of an orchard tree and is naturally the one 1 know best writes a contributor of the Chicago llecord He never me to catch him but I have had my hand within six inches of his little body 1 have fancied that he is the hummer I once possessed and released I found him one morning if indeed he is the saute one in a nest in an orange tree about 30 feet from the tree he now occupies a strange object looking more like a fuzzy spider than a bird and tucked away in a nest made of moss and the fine parts of seeds As 1 stood looking into it the little birds heard me and thrust up their open mouths in a comical fashion and thinking them hungry I got some sweetened water and fed them with it usinga small twigfor While I was doing this the mother bird re turned and buzzed around my face threatening manner and when I withdrew she alighted and covered them sinking down gently upon them In this way she was photographed and when on the nest would permit me al most to touch her without moving Every day I fed the young birds with sugar and water and finally they would hop to the rim of the nest when 1 ap pronehed never displaying the evidence of fear They now began to take lessons in flying The parent bird would sit on the nest or on a twig near by and use her wings making the humming sound but not rising and this the little birds imitated clinging to the nest with their delicate feet On the second day I noticed that they rose into the air five or six inches during the exercise and believing that they would soon leave the nest 1 cut off the twig which held it and carried it with its two into the house fastening it in the window The following day the birds left the nest and began to follow me about and at once became the most beautiful of pets They were absolute ly without fear and constantly dance about the room searching for tiny flies on the windows or in the flowers Very soon when called they responded and when a finger was extended alighted upon it and with charming naivete sit ling and eyeing the person with their tiny beadlike eyes with perfect Bob frequently came to the table at meals and would perch upon the sugar bowl clinging to the handle down which he slowly to flutter up again To describe all the actions and tricks of these beautiful creatures would require much space as nothing could exceed their grace and vivacity At night the hummingbirds retired dark closet roosting on the edge of a basket never attempting to thrust their big heads and long bills beneath the diminutive wings Here they slept all night and in early morning would fly out into the room and awake me by hovering in the air just over my fanning it with their wonderful wings Sometimes I would pretend to sleep on but the birds kept humming with an occasional twitter until I opened my eyes when their activity was redoubled and nothing could have been plainer than their actions They wanted their breakfast and without delay I kept on a stand a glass of sugar and water A broom splint was the means to the end and while the hum titers poised in the air 1 fed them with drops of nectar they licking it up with their long threadlike tongues with evident delight Then they would alight on my finger as I held it out rind eye me with approval and allow me to sleep again if I wished later perhaps following me downstairs to sit on the sugarbowl and be regaled with more nectar Delightful as were these pets it was manifestly a hard fate to be so near the flowers and grow ing verdure and so it came about that the hummers obtained their liberty Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the sale of any medicine in the world Your mothers and never thought of using any thing else for indigestion or Bilious ness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the ac tion of the liver stimulate the and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You ofily few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you For sale by C C J E Stormes f allows perhaps inn slightest occupants confidence slid ton face imprisoned largest grandmothers nervous needa I When the purpose civilized I RAW MEAT FOR TUBERCULOSIS His Relief In Its Cura tive Power Will science succeed in finding a means of preventing arid of curing tuberculosis Researches have been made on all sides yet to this hour the problem does not appear near says a writer in the European edition of the New York Herald It is necessary to saj to this hour for attempts made with the most varied descriptions serums have till now been fruitless Is operotherapy that is to say the treatment which consists in inoculating with animal juices bout to be more fortunate Without desiring to forecast the but judging from the only cx pcriments which M Hichet of Park has just communicated to the Biolo gical society one may reply in the affirmative assuming it to be lcgit to form conclusions as to man from the dog But let us not antic Ipate events while maintaining a just reserve let us wait until the clinic hns pronounced its opinion It results from the observations mnde by this Paris professor that in the first place treatment by cooked meat causes the death of dogs more rapidly titan any other treatment On the contrary dogs fed upon raw meat continue in good health and get fat Out of a lot of 24 dogs tuberculizcd nine months previously only two that were fed on raw meat survive They are large and in perfect health whereas the other 22 have long since succumbedOut lot of dogs also in oculated with tuberculosis products one only fed extensively with raw meat survived nnd continued in good condition whereas nil tIle rest died within five months at the outside state of extreme cachexy The juice of raw meat acts in the same manner as raw meat The nni mills that were tnberculized and treated with the juice keep in good health others treated in any other manner all die within periods ranging from one to five months at the out sideIf tIm curative properties of raw meat are evident the prophylactic part played by it is not less so In fact animals nourished with the juice of raw meat In large quantities and subsequently inoculated appear re fractory to tuberculosis ns has been proved by the latest experiments re kited by M Itlchct where the nni mnls prepared by alimentation with raw flesh continue perfectly well while others are eIther or dying lint what in the dose of rnw meat that should be given to logs in order to preserve them from tuberculosis Of the clogs tubcrculizccl by M fiche one received seven grams of meat per kilogram of the animals weight an other 12 grnms n third 32 grams n fourth anti last G4 grams per kilogram of Its weight per day The first died but the three others are in very good health It may therefore be assumed that the average amount of raw meat required to preserve a dog inoculated with tuberculosis is from one to 12 grams per day and per kilogram As M Eichet showed in a previous communication raw meat actsfry its juice nnd not by its pulp In fact if one places a piece of raw meat to extract the juice beneath a tap of running water for 24 hours and then presses it one obtains a juice which is absolutely inactive To administer raw meat with which rasped it must be scraped with a sharp knife the pulp must be put into the cold broth and thus diluted In this way one obtains a kind of soup over which one pours tepid broth or thin soup and even the yolks of one or two eggs In view of the results obtained by M Richet the preventive and curative treatment of tuberculosis by raw meat is to be recommended as the most effective means at our disposal at this moment for combating this terrible malady Stern What makes you think this new hand is likely to rise rapidly over the other men in the factory- I noticed last that he worked nearly four seconds after the whisile blew Chicago TimesHerald Squealed Teacher Why wasnt George punished when he acknowl edeged cutting the cherry tree Pupil disdainfully Why people dat turns states evidence is never soaked Puck How They Did It Mamie wouldnt sing for us she wanted to be teased And did you tease her Oh terribly We didn ask her King And There of It Its in the air he asserted What is asked the official of the street cleaning department Dust replied the citizen Chicago Post Experiments n Parisian Asserts solution future inn encl compressed patIents A Prefty Good Washington because againThe Lots I ity Who mate and BONES OF PIRATE HICKS Story of a Famous Execution on Bed Imlnnil Thirty Ago Recalled Human bones and a skull dug Ellis island recently serve to recall the story o Hicks the pirate whose execution on Bedloes island in was probably the most extensively tended unique affair of the kind in the history of the city says the Xew York One of the workmen engaged on an excavation for the new immigrant unearthed the bones Capt John Bradley now of the revenue says that the body ot Hicks the pirate was buried on the spot where the bones were found and there is scarcely any doubt that the remains dug up 03 the workman arc those of the noted murderer The sloop A E Johnson sailed from the foot of Spring street on March 15 I860 for Deeu Creek Va She was commanded b3 Capt George Burr W that time traveling under the alias of William Johnson was shipped as mate just before the sloop sailed Two boys from Islip L I Smith Watts and Oliver Watts formed the crew of the little craft On Sunday March 18 the sloop put into Ke3port X J where Capt Burr collected some 500 due him She sailed Creek and nothing further was heard from her until the morning of the next Wcdncs da3 when sire came into colislon with a schooner off Sandy Hook The schooner was cut down to the waters found floating about In the lower bur The deck and cabin were spattered with blood Suspicion attached to the mate and after a short chase he was caught at Stonington Conn When brought to this city he made a confesstou He had killed the captain and crew to secure 500 on board lie hud first killed the Watts boys on deck he said the noise arousing Capt Burr who came up to about it Catching the captain unawares he killed him too The bodies he threw overboard 50 miles off Sanely Hook He sailed the sloop alone until lifter the collision with the schooner when he left in a yawl and made his way to Couo3 Hicks was tried and sentenced to death While in jail he wrote n piece of doggerel about himself the chorus of which ran asfollws I stained ray hands In human blood Which I do not deny I shed the blood or Innocence For which 1 have to die It was learned that Hicks was one of a mutinous crew of seven who killed the captain and five men on the schoon er Snlndin bound from Valparaiso to this port in 1S44 nnd seized the ship The lender of the mutiny wns n mnn of the name of Fielding and niter the mutineers had control of the ship they tied his hands and threw him board tossing his son a mere boy niter himThe schooner went ashore on the coast of Nova Scotia nnd all the were captured and put to death From that time until 1600 when he shipped on the A E Johnson he was an outcast and a murderer The hanging of Hicks was a great event Ten thousand people the island on every kind of a water conve3ance The slop A E Johnson on which the crime had been was anchored close to the shore and the gibbet She was crowded with spectators who cheered lustily as Hicks was strung up WOMENS ACTIONS AT A FIRE Sometimes They Are a Little Queer Dot No So Titan Those of Men Women always act queer at fires said Smith oracular Smith is an old bachelor and naturally his judg ment on women is embittered says the Chicago Inter They do eh inquired Miss who is 50 unmarried and naturally prejudiced against bachelors Yes they do said Smith firmly I shant argue the question said Miss Jones but Ill merely tell 3ou what came own eyes the last time a fire was announced this hotel You know the bellboy or clerk raises a cry of fire about every so often Im an old boarder and consequently pay no attention to it few weeks ago about one oclock in the morning I heard a terrific yelling of Fire Fire Theyre at it again I thought I went to the door and looked out in the corridor Mr Nicely who rooms at the end of the hall came walking down in a nightshirt and a silk hat No immediate danger Miss Jones he assured me Plenty of time to dress A gentleman in No 13 stepped out in the corridor and carefully hung his dress suit on the chandelier trousers coat vest and tie Then he wrapped blanket around him seized his gold headed cane and started downstairs The door opposite mine waS open and I the flames shooting up past the window It was a real fire al though as we of it An old gentleman stood before the glass putting the finishing touches to his toilet He was all dressed Slave his necktie and he couldnt get that in a bow to suit him Three times he tied it untied it and began over again Then lIe waked off and left his on the dresser The old professor who is interested in botany stopped me as I started downstairs and asked me if this wouldnt be terrible on the Jap anese lilies Where are they I asked Why right there in the back end of the garden he said a finger at some shrubshe hind set out in a vacant lot 75 feet in the rear These a few of ni3 own observations concluded Mists Jones haughtily but they convince me that women do act queer at fires Of course they do But what about the men A Matter of Size Cook Im afraid your name and my daughters will make confusion Yesm like as not well y kin call ic Little Mary an y kin call her Big Mary Indianapolis Journal A Query Weary yen ever see a dorg that would eat dirt Frayed has some dog Liu bitin you Judge I 5 r G lie loc Ye rs upon station service Albert Hicksat that samedaJ forDeep quarantine 11 bout Island mutineers surrounded committed Iore ella couldsee knownow pocketbook pointing shaking are on1 WillieDid FosterNo Ir 3 ISOI see ore Ocean- sJoin under my r nothing eat TL Corn is ripe enough to cut Geo W King sold three calves to B Mpss for 16 J F Cook is delivering his wheat to Stanford at 61 cents per bushel Ee v 1IC Morrison TI B Cockrill and other will meet here the 17th of this inst to decide on the College which they are talking of locating at this place J L and J B Hutchins sold 8 short steers to W P Grimes for 2150 per head also a cow and two calves to W B Moss for SGGOO The sale of Pettus effects was well attended Horses sold at from 25 to 81 cows 19 to 30 sheep 3 corn 1 per bbl in Held oats Me bushel Night and nay The busiest and mightiest little thing that was ever made isDr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugar coated globule of health that changes weakness into strength listiessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in build ingtip the health Only 2uc per box Sold by B E McRoberts 1m TIlE WILLIAM COAT Mary had a William Goat And it was black as jet lie followed Mary round all day liked her you bet lie went with her to school one day The teacher kicked him out It made the children grin you know To have the goat about But tho old Whackem kicked him out Yet still he lingered near He waited just outside the door Till Whackem did appear Then William ran to meet the man He ran his level best And met him just behind you know Down just below the vest Old Whackem turned a somersault The goat stood on his head And Mary laughed herself so sick She had to go to Show me a man who would go to heaven alone if lie could and I will show you one who will never be to heaven Feltham Miners in every coal mine in the Jellico district have suspended work pending an agreement on a new wage scale So far the operators have de clined to advance wages but another conference will be held at Coal Creek September 10 About 2000 miners in Laurel county will quit work today They will remain idle until an is reached with the operators Poisonous toadstools resembling mush rooms have caused frequent death this year Be sure to use only the genuine Observe the same care when you ask for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve There are pisonous coun terfcits DeWitts is the only orijri nal Witch Hazel Salve It is a safe and certain cure for piles and all skin diseases 1m Some of the operators in the Jellico and Middlesboro districts have made concessions to the miners At Georgetown Barber Weaver was held over to the Circuit Court to answer the charge of perjury and in default of 350 bail was sent back to Jail It is the experience of all conduct ors that strange things come to pass on railways Millions Given Away It is certainy gratifying to the pub lie to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption coughs and Colds have given away over ten million trial bottles of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has absolutely cured thousands of cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness and all diseases of the Throat Chest and Lungs are cured it Call on R E McRoberts Druggist and get a free trial bottle Regular size 50c and 1 Every bottle guaran teed or price refunded 1m LOITERING Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Lancaster thatany per son guilty of Loitering in or about any Rail Road Depot or Station or any other public place in this city shall be linen not less than five dol lurs and not less than twentyfive dollars This ordinance to be in force from its passage and publication Sept 31900 R KINNAIKD Mayor AttWHWherrittClk City Council W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY PitgCUI ItSYiLtg V earling r F ahead r And bedEx admitted r agreement F Frisbie proprietors hopeless b I I y I Working 5 45 P 4 LOCALTIME TABLES Southbnd Mixed passes Lancaster Northbnd Mixed i4 335 P M Northbiid Passgr 252 A M I goathbnd 1228 A M L F HUBBLE ATTORNEY AT LAW AND EAL ESTATE AGT LANCASTER KY ThirtyThousand Acres Val and Mineral Lands for Sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms 11 io AJI 0 I 1 I453 2irff NATIONAL CAPITAL 15000000 OF A R DKNNY r jlert JNO E STOKMES Vice President- S C DENNY Cashier KY 1jt r LAHCiURR I K ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr SURPLUS Jio ooooc1 DIRECTORS Sam lDCochran las Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E atormea W HKinnalrd For Congress We are nnthoIzed to announce Hon George of Shelby county n candidate for reelection to Congress from this Eighth did trict G GIlhert Bi11oli R T EMeRY Bookkeeper 4 6 z k LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KTl We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and digestive or gans It is the latest ant tonic No other preparation approach It in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache Gastralgia Cramps and all other results of digestion Price50c and 1 Largesize contains 2VS times small size Book aboutdyspepslamaiiedf Prepared by E C DeWITT A CO Chicago F P Frisbie For Sale Privately Thirty acres more or lesslying in the forks of the Richmond and Copper Creek pikes in 3 miles from Paint Lick de pot with a nice cottage und accessory out buildings with good fruits tutU garden and well watered Good cistern at kitchen door For lull particulars apply to A R or Jas N Denny Point Leavell or with me at Rich mond 28 junetf Now Is Your Time To Visit The Pacific CoastCheap excursion tickets good for three weeks on sale via Great Northern Railway Sept 4 and 18 Oct 15 Inquire of the railway ticket agent or write F WHITXKY Genl Pass and Tkt Apt St Paul Minn JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil En2ineeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to NOTICE All persons having claims against E Iet tns lately deceased are notified to present same properly proven for payment to the nn dcrsigned adminis rainy and all persons knowing themselves indebted to him are urged to make prompt payment aug0t REBECCA PETTUS Admrx PUBLIC SALE Saturday Sept 8 1900 As I have position at Cincin nati I will on the above named date on thepremises of G A Slier 1 mile ease of 1reach ersvIUeon Drakes Creek sell TWO TRACTS OF LAND First tract contains GI5I acres well water d and improved stone nUll frame Iion e nine rooms Iud New extra stock bunt blacksmith shop and all necessary outbuildings two ing first lass orchjrd This is known as the Buck Anderson place Second tract contains Ctfi4 acres in high stateof cultivation This land is all in clover timothy and bluegrass One small hoii e It is the south end of the Alex lieaz farm and is under good fence A LOT OF GOOD STOCK Will also sllf firstclass milk cows 2 first class combined saddle mares safe for ladles to drive 2 farm horses five zanIes 4 and 5 years old four of them mares others ycaroM hoi se mill s Will also sell l0 coo d stock ewes 100 fat wethers ready for knife 7 high grade short steers 2 highgrade heIr ers some stock 1 mowing machine plows Peering binder and a lot of household SOME TOPPY HORSES Will also sell 2 firstclass geldings one of them well broken and best horse in the 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 cud made on T day of sale J C I t g l Kodol reconstructing an s W K DENNY 1 and t Good coutllIulll eel 111 r I carold 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