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Digital page images are linked to the text file. is TWELFTH Entered at the Post Office in LaneatUr JTjr o Second Crass Matter XUMMMM St LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON SEPT 19 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 1 I 1 1 tt r YL31t q fw a r I tOth The Nation Paus Tribute to Its Honored Dead l HIS LIFE WAS GENTLE AND THE SO MIXED IN HIMTHAT NATURE MIGHT STAND UP AND SAY TO ALL THE WORLD THIS WAS A MAN ELEMENTS I I 3 THE HOME NEWS o yn Hemp knives at Conns Bargains in buggies etc at kind of machinery repaired Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons Conn gives rebate stamps on all cash work Handsome stock of heavy twilled crash at Josephs Through sleeping cars to Buffalo via Queen Crescent Route Excursion rates to PanAmerican Expo Queen Crescent Route White Swan is a pretty bird is our flour Burnam Rucker Buggies Surreys and at I cost for next thirty days at Conns OYou have now heard our talk Try our flour Burnam Rucker New goods in Rings Belt and Pins at Thompsons the Jeweler tAll Ph tons Sash Conns a- Corns ands t S t 0 JSTUM PSAND TRASHHAVE Q TERRORS I I FOR THE SUPERIOR DISC DRILL J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors 0- IAalillfttt1rtDDrS i 1 Arterial aid Cavity Embalming A Specialty toll Line of and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney AtLaw Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward f J 1 iron are 1 a e n I SCall for purchase at the Lancaster Grocery Commade pany Come and see that 100 Rocking Chair at Lancaster Grocery Double daily train service and Niagara Falls Queen Crescent Route A fellow broke into a house at Crab Orchard and stole 100 pounds of salts Gee whiz The Chattanooga Hancock Disc Plow has no equal for Fall plowing Sold only by Gaines Bros I have employed an expert machine ist and am prepared to repairall kinds of engines machines etc J Our entire of buggy harness go cheaper than ever been sold iu Lancaster Elmore The school tax for the year 1901 is now due Please call at once and tie E W Harris Col Field of about 30 acres of corn Can be fed down to hogs tf C Our fresh roasted Coffee can be du plicated at twice price we ask for It LancasterGrocery Company Basket supper at the Pleasant Hill school house new Danville pike night the 2lst Everybody A black horse mule six years old e slit on left ear left my house Satur day night Reward for return to Geo Austin Lancaster sep122t Dr Goldstein the celebrated opti cian be at the Mason hotel on September 20th and 21st two days only Remember the dates 2t We have the largest finest and cheapest line of winter buggy ev er shown in Lancaste See ho v cheap we sell before buying Romans Elmore Strayed from home last Wednesday 1 red cow white face fresh and one yellow jersey cow dry G Hems Marksbury Ky At Cost At Cot We are overstocked oh buggies phaetons and road wagon f of our present stock Miss Fannie Austin is now with the Lancaster Grocery Co formerly the Blue Grass where she will be glad to wait on her old friends Store Hoed The store oft Joseph will be closed Saturday Sept 14 it being Jewish New Year It will also be closed Monday county court day being the Day of For For the year 1902 Good brick of ten rooms within half block of the Square Danville street Lan caster Ky Apply at once to aug294t Orand Books New Ready The city tax books have been placed in my hands and 1 am ready to re ceive taxes Pay them now pen alty will be added later on S Company to Buffalo B Qonn sto icy ave mans Notice set For Sale I W t Saturday invited will rugs 2t Alls gees at t Romans Elmore Atonement residence M asa U k Anderson Estra L t 1 sties the 23 2 Bent J D Turner i ur it- t a The Masonic lodge will work in the Fellow Craft degree next Tuesday night A full attendance is desired as there are other matters of Next Monday will be court day and we hope that the gentleman who told us he would pay for THE RECORD when he sold his wheat will come up tj the scratch Storeroom For Having sold my stock of millinery I will rent the room in trie New Garrard Hotel building A bargain Miss Dove B Harris I offer for sale my residence in the town of Lancaster Ky on Lexington avenue Persons desiring to purchase can examine the property W O Bradley Mr Withers has sold his large furniture business at Stanford and the Journal says will rest and try to regain his health Mr Withers is one of the best business men in Kentucky and as clever a fellow as one meets Lumber Latin Shingles Etc We have on hand 40000 feet oak boxing and fencing A of laths and cypress shingles Plenty of extra good ceiling and Prices right R G Ward Mrs Mary McKee who had several relatives and was wellknown in died at her home in Danville Sunday afternoon She was seventy eight years old and the widow of Dr A R McKee Every Second Monday Dr Hobson the dentist will be at the Garrard Hotel every second in each month fully prepared to wait on customers If you want up todate work done in the best possible manner see him tf Get Posted Do not think that if you to see my Fall and Winter goods that you are under obligations to buy for you are not but come and post yourself about the styles so you will know what to buy when you do get ready J C Hemphill Former Lancaster dispatch says N D Wilmot of Gum Sulphur was seriously injured by a train near East Bernstadt last week and speaks of him as a former law partner of Eb Kennedy of Lancaster He was ninety years old and his doubtful Danville Court Advocate Capt T D English a larger number of buyers in town today than for several months There was a large supply of common cattle on the market but the demand was light for that grade Mule colts sold at from 30 to 50 For Sale or Rent The house and lot of Mrs Osee Bush Niceproperty The house is two story frame building and is situated on Richmond street in Ky For terms call on or W I Williams 9174t Lancaster Ky A School Fuss The colored school trustees are in a mess over the appointment of teach A description of the matter would take more space than we feel like giving it and if you want to know particulars ask some of those who hung about the court room during the trial The annual contest composed of representatives from the Garrard county will be held in Lan caster October 25th under the man agement of Miss Amanda Anderson Two medals will be given one for the best boy and the other for the best girl speaker Ages from 11 to 17 tf Successful Season Many have already called on Jen nings Hughes to have their ures taken for suits and overcoats They are delighted with the quality and prices of the goods which are out by three of the best tailoring houses in the nation Fits guaran teed Office over police Judge Neel Mays Property Danville Advocate Real Estate Agent N K Tunis reports the sale of the Gill property owned by Hon Jno W Yerkes to Mr Henry T Noel of his family will occupy the property He is a brother of the Misses Noel of this city and formerly resided in Clarence Fattens Richmond Climax Mr Clarence E Woods returned Thursday afternoon from protracted stay at and Springs Mr Woods looks twenty pounds heavier and is loud in his praises of the medicinal properties of the water and the splendid of this famous resort under Cap lain J B Willis and his excellent wife Mr Woods will return ina few days with his family to remain the i of the season i importance Beat For Sale W W seasoned carload flooring McKee Lancaster Monday co e MaR- A recovery reports Lancaster address the Contest public schools Chattanooga for 7500 Mr NOel with Lancaster Crab management ir ire nt courtroom 0 rest s vt a a P to in Meeting Tfcls1 Afternoon Every citizen of the should attend the public in the this afternoon at 2 oclock and pay tribute to dead President Appropriate addresses will be deliv ered scripture read and prayer All ministers in the county will participate Notice to Teachers The teachers of the Lancaster mag isterial district arc hereby notified that the association which was to have been held in Lancaster on the last Saturday in this month has been postponed to the last Saturday in The program will appear Respectfully J H Patterson Chm Burial ofPresident McKlnley A detailed account of the death of President McKinley will be found on our fourth page This account up to Tuesday night at which time the remains were taken to Ohio his old home The funeral will be held this afternoon at2 oclock at which time meetings will be held in ever town in the States District Convention Mrs Harrison State President of the C W B M will address the Con vention that meets in Lancaster next week The public is cordially invited hear her and to attend the District Convention which will be held at the Christian church The Christian churches in the county are invited All visitors will entertained at Republicans Complete Ticket The republicans met last week and completed their ticket to be voted for November They selected W McC Johnston for attorney Mrs Fannie Koehler for superintendent of schools and Wright Kelly for representative Capt W H Collier who was for the legislature declined to make the race This completes all the tickets now and you can pick your choice for officers COM JWe have kept cool thjasummer will handle genXfneJellic and other quires no charring H B Northcott The Ifantls Sale Auctioneer Am Bourne reports the following prices at the Thos Yantis sale MUch cows and calves 15 to 25 yearling cattle 10 to 20 horses 25 to 5250 hogs 550 per cwt corn 210 to 225 at the heap some hay brought 57i delivered in Lancaster farming implements brought good prices The Jas H Yantis farm brought 2425 per acre and was bought by Mrs Nannle Jennings Believes In Printers Ink Mr W McC Johnston whose card appears in this issue of THE RECORD is believer in the use of printers ink as his lengthy announcement goes to show He is the only one on either side who has put a card in the paper If the candidates would stop and think about it they would see that the way to get the attention of rhe people is by stating their case in a newspaper which is read by the fireside at home Our rates are reasonable and if you want to set forth your good qualities THE RECORD is ready to serve you at ten cents per line Tblnks They Sbouia Dave 1C The Danville Advocate still thinks it thinks the road can be brought through its town instead of Lancaster Hear Brer Woolfolk A statement purporting to be auth oratively given out from the of the road says that the Louisville Southern in view of the which threatens to prevent the lease of the C N O T P will extend its line to Chattanooga In the event of the construction of such a line it is a consummation devoutly to be wished that the characteristic en terprise of Danvilles business people should assert itself with sufficient magnetism to draw the iron rails in the direction of Little Britain Other wise we will with railway tracks and Louisville three hundred miles away Russell It was a great shock to his many Garrard county friends to learn of the death of Warren Russell which oc curred at his home in Marion county last week He bad been ill for of typhoid fever and a short time before his death was considered as much improved but a turn worse resulted fatally Mr Russell formerly resided in this and was a stepson of Mr W B Jarvis He was married and leaves a widow and two children to mourn his low He was an unusually bright young mln and made friends of all with whom he had dealings He was a hard working honest and honorable boy and his death is to be deplored He had recently been attending a medical college in Louisville The fwniijr much sympathy from their Gar county friends J 16 courthouse offered October later corn Canton b dinner nominated Bur inJelUco headquarters bestckaded sometime card and if you w111 poi it will keel you warmm this wlt We make specialty of Stra t C ek coal bu coals Blac lth coal es ecially re s meting the is 1eke United 8 deadlock fort county W r 5 a t r r it PROCLAMATION BY THE In accordance with the pro clamation issued by the Presi dent of the United States the citizens of our little city are to close their places of business today Thursday Sept 19th from 2 to 4 oclock p m and assemble in the court house to hold proper memorial services over the death of the beloved William McKinley whose re mains will be laid to rest atCan ton Ohio at that hour All citizens of the town and county should attend this meeting R Kinnaird Mayor Pronounced Chelgosh The name of President McKinley assailant Czolgosz is rendered m En gush as Cholgosh the g in the Polish language taking the sound of h Fervent Prayers x The ministers of the town offered fervent prayers for the president at the regular prayer meetings last week and Sunday morning they all spoke of the distressing affair in The people of the town and county are unanimous in denouncing the as sassination and all irrespective of party speak in the highest terms of the dead president More Local on page 3 A Big Crowd Last Sunday the local depot agent sold ninetysix tickets for the to Cincinnati Engineer Henry Lammers engine was used to pull the heavy train A big crowd from lower points was on board and the train was crowded to the guards when it pulled out oif Lancaster More coaches were added at Richmond and all were com fortably seated These excursions have been very popular this summer Only a few more will be run this A Serious Charge Saturday night a party of colored men who had been cutting hemp in the upper end of the county came to town and engaged a wagon from eryman Arnold to take them to their homes in Davistown The party had reached the farm of Mr Curt Robin son when they met four white men coming this way in a buggy Without any warning the whites fired into the wagon one ball striking a colored man in the knee inflicting a dangerous and painful wound Mr Robinson shots telephoned to Siler the latter leaped a horse and struck out the Lexington pike Near town he met the buggy containing Barry Campbell C Hutchison and Lewis Cheatam They were arrested and the officer took from them several pistols and a lot of whisky They were lodged in jail They deny shooting in the wagon Several were in the and a number on the floor of the buggy Oa t Louisville The Lancaster Commercial Club has accepted the invitation of the InterState Fair people and will go in a body to that city on next Thursday the 26th A special train has been chartered and will start from the Lancaster depot about six or seven oclock that morning The fare has been made low and all can afford to take the trip The special train will return that night It is very many as possible go to Louisville and show the people of the Falls City that their efforts to make the leading city of the South are appreciated and that we propose to lend them all the aid in our power Up to the present time the following haye signified their intention to go W H Kinnaird J E Stormes Lewis Y Leavell B F Hudson I C Rucker W B Mason H A B Marksbury Louis Landram John M Duncan Logan R E McRoberts R Kinnaird John M Farra S C Denny Dr J B Kinnaird J A A Doty T A Elkin John M Logan J R Hasel den J C Thompson J A Beazley I S Wesley M Banks B Swinebroad W J Romans Geo W Palmer William Herndon David Walker J S Robinson T Cnrrey Jr Todd Scott George M Patterson Wil Ham Burnett R G Ward B H Tom linson J B Conn R A Stone E C Gaines RM West JC Robinson The delegation will be met at the train in JQouisville escorted to the Board of Trade Building where ad dresses of welcome will be made The will then be taken to the where dinner will be served and the visitors will enjoy the attae lions on the Midway and the exhibi the Fair This will be a de lightful trip for the farmers and stock raisers of the county should miss he opportunity of taking it in Give your name to John or it at TBKRBCORD office at once as it is important to know the number that will go i P P h h h P y t MAYOR requested their sermons excursion season Li v hearing the Policeman uPon Baker- J emptyshells pistols Louisville important that as H Kinnaird- J Burnside J DHughes Hudson- G Fairgrounds tlonsat Farm exact t T none leave x of of ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE CITIZENS OF GARRARD COUNTY At the practically unanimous demand of my own party and urgent so licitation of other friends I have at last consented to become a candidate for the office of County Attorney on the Republican ticket I had not expected to again ask for the suffrage of my fellowcitizens but in view of the great number of electors regardless of their party affilia who have seen proper to insist on my nomination I have with some re luctance consented to accede to their request In thus again asking the citizens of my county for their support for this one of the most important offices in the gift of ist people I am not unmindful of the fact that it is an office fraught with thegravest responsibilities and duties it having not only an important influence on the maintainance of peace and good order throughout the county but is also perhaps the most important factor in shaping and controlling the amount of taxes that your Fiscal Court finds it necessary to levy on your property each year to meet the current ex penses of your county affairs And in this connection I hope I may be pardoned for referring withsome pride to my former administration of this important duty during theterm I had the honor to occupy the office and when after my repeated on all useless extravagance and on certain most time honored leaks in your county treasury the levy necessary to meet all the current expenses ofyour county and then leave a handsome surplus in your treasury at the close the year was less than onethird barely more than onefourth of the amount of each And since the late decision of the Court of Appeals that the Court of the city of Lancaster no longer has jurisdiction to try whisky cases and withblind tigers not only flourishing throughout the county but with their Gov ernment Licenses all over the corporate limits of Lancaster actually boasting their dispensing to your suns each and every week three barrels of whisky and over two thousand bottles of beer with the county attorney being practically the only safeguard to prevent their extending their sphere and running even wider open than office is of even greater import ance than ever before to such of our parents as wish to protect their boys this condition of things shall continue to exist With a high conception of the duties of this office with a higher of my obligation to my own and my neighbors sons having stead lastly during the twentytwo years of my law practice refused to defend thekeeper of a blind tiger nor in the thirtynine years of my existence taken a drink of whisky if honored again by your election to this high trust I pledge vou that whatever of experience ability or talent I may possess shall be exerted to so administer its important duties as to not only encourage and promote peace and good order and a strict obedience to the law throughout the county but also to prevent any and all illegitimate improper and unnec treasuryFearing the limited time left for my canvass may prevent my seeing each of you personally I take this method of announcing my candidacy and assuring you that if my candidacy meets with your I W McC JOHNSTON tion assaults myretirement hereafter nowthis themtosay conception render ess 4 fv K t L t y a 0Q p Q Q i WE CANT TELL YOUR FORTUNE But we can help you build one with what we save Oh every bill you buy of us So make up your mind that you will buy your entire FALL and WINTER outfit of us and you will be surprised how much you have saved Tbe Legal Dry GufeCiLueaster Ky 3 I o 0 o g 2 22 0 2 O 2 i J 11 I e o 0 0 4 0 0 a CENTRAL RECORD Aa Local Newspaper ISSUED LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Sept igth THE question How long will the American people pormittheir country to continuo to bo a place of refuge for Anarchists and other scums of the earth his been asked many a time during the past two weeks The is easy The redhanded devils will hold full sway here as long as the people elect numbskulls to make laws men who care nothing whatever for the countrys good and only look for their own personal welfare When the people select honest business men as law makers and fill their halls with men who love their country than they do office holding then we may expect laws that will put up the and keep out the foreign trash The trouble is the law makers are always toadying for votes and will make no move that will probably injure the feelings of some foreign class of vo terse To hades with this way of America is for Americans and if we cannot protect our chosen from harm we had best take down the sign and shut up shop ONE thing that doubtless furnishes inspiration to the Anarchists is the publication by some newspapers villianous attacks on the rulers of the country This is a thing that is ooh ed upon as all right but on serious thought it is a mistake and a grave mistake It may be well enough for political papers to belittle a candid ate but after an officer is elects it ought to be made a criminal offense to belittle or malign him The car toonist has done a great deal to bring public officers into ridicule and this together with the attacks by partisan writers does not speak well of a great and progressive nation If a law were put in force prohibiting these ous criticisms it would spike the guns of the smallfry pub lic speakers and take away all the am munition ofsome popinjay papers but these could be done without just as well ONE of the brainiest men in Ken tucky is Col W G Welsh of but this is no startling to readers who know the fact as well as we do The other day a party of gentlemen were discussing the assassination of the President and the pronunciation of Czolgosz name came up All took a turn at pronouncing it some one the colonel what he thought of it Well replied he lam not posi the on the point but I will say this that whenever a man comes to this country with a name that no can pronounce that fact alone ought to justify his being killed on the spot Such damnable hounds always cause trouble THE Louisville Times is the Hus tleinist hustler of em all Nothing of importance happens that the Times is not on the streets in a very few thereafter telling all about it The Times is under the best in the South and has the best equipment money can buy During the presidents lingering at all hours of the day the newsboys could be heard crying Heres the Times Ex tree Pap urrl Col is entitled to great praise for having put the Times on the high footing it enjoys ALL of the figureists who make estimates upon the strength of the navies of the world put Uncle Sam down about fourth They make their calculations from the point of equip ment and make no allowances fur the men behind the guns In this latter point your stands far ahead of any of the boys and this is the most important point of all jackies can blow any foreign the map while the latter are trying to load a gun THE case of Czolgosz is the first we remember knowing where some little jacklegged lawyer didnt jump in at once to defend him It seems even the smallfry of the profession desire to take no hand to help the culprit and in that way get before the public SOMEBODY estimates that criminals cost the people of this country about 000000000 a year If twentyfive dollars worth of rope was bought and used in hanging ninetyfive per cent of the redhanded devils this great ex pense would be checked OUR legislators put the bars up against poor John Chinaman and said he must seek other climes but noth Jog has ever against the An archists who bold open make no effort to conceal their intentions WE will wager a new hat that Roose velt reads the riot act to a number of politicians before be has been in the presidential chair six weeks Teddy is bullheaded so they say and will not be dictated Heres hoping ED WALTON printed half a column in his Fridays paper under the head What to Eat and Drink In Hot Weather not a case of what to eat Ed the is how to get it1 TOK true Christian waBBbown when jan I a l depe dent WEEKLY answer legislative better enacted doing Stanford announcement THE RECORD asked American minutes management UncleSamuel I beensaid sess osand devilish to point i L t 1 k 9oi bars 4 ru twofora penny RWBr f Its a k Y lets own Ours j to B in to is p n A POEM in a leading paper Roll On Niagara Doubtless Nlag ara is thankful for this kind from the wouldbe poet and will continue business at the old stand Mr McKinley said in his last breath Thy will Ob Lord and not mine be done PAINT LICK The rainy weather is delaying the work on the bridge Rev J Howes sold a family horse It you a new suit or overcoat see R L Jennings Co tf Misses Alma and Mary Lear have gone to Richmond Va to enter cul legs Ed Woods shipped two car loads of 1100 pound cattle to Cincinnati Sat urday Miss Gallic Adams has accepted a clerkship in the dry goods store of A The Maccabees met in their new lodge room over the bank for thefirst time this week Sam Jennings sold a nice twoyear old harness mare to J I Hamilton of Lancaster for 100 Uncle Peter Howe is able to be out after through a very spell of sickness Miss Sallie Adams was bitten on the hand by a kissing bug and she has to carry her arm in a sling New line of Guns Hunting Coats Loading Tools Shells c R L tf The rainy weather is not very good on tobacco just now although agreat deal has been cut and housed in this vicinity The race for will be a hot one in this county as both parties have put out the best looking man they had R L Jennings Co are showing a beautiful line of young mens shoes in Kidlined Vices Velours Patents and Enamels A B Estridge has received his large stock of new goods and placed them his new store room ana everything looks as neat as a new pin Mr G T McRoberts and Mrs Josh Dunn of Brodhead are visiting Mrs Belle Henderson Mrs J W Pumph rey of Lancaster spent several days with her daughter Mrs Jordon of Lancaster this week onbusiness Several went from here to Cincinnati on the Sunday Mrs A B Ely went to Paris Sunday to see her daughter Mrs Millard Highler Mrs Dr Mays has gone to Indiana on a visit to her daughter Mrs W H Tutt and little daughter have returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs White Mrs Ballard is quite sick Swope of Lincoln was here this week see his sister Mrs E H Ballard who very sick PBEACHERSVILLE S Rigsby sold some hogs to S for 5c Frank Gross sold a plug mare to M Morgan for 25 James Lewis is confined to his bed with malariel fever J P Rogers bought three 700 pound heifers last 3c A J Thompson bought from John Naylor a mule colt for 35 W H Brown sold some nice hogs last week at 540 per hundred J M Cress bought 15 nice ewes and several hogs in Rockcastle county last week Richard Pettus sold about 300 bush els of wheat to of Stanford for 65 cts Lute King has bought of B F Led ford his farm known as the Shanks place for 8250 cash Philip Thompson has left home in search of his fortune but when to himself he will return home J P Ballard has a saw mill on his farm two miles east of this place which will cut a fine chance of lum J W Cummins has accepted a posi tion with Bastin telephone pany and has taken charge of the Ex change at Crab Orchard Ebb Kennedy who has been sick for some time gently passed away last Friday leaving behind him a wife and one child father mother and five brothers and one sister to mourn his loss May his death work out for them aH a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory w- s c Pettus has with home folks from Brodhead for a few days Anderson and family of Crab Orchard spent Sunday with his sister and brother Miss Ella Thompson is visiting relatives in Rockcastle Lute King of Hubble was here last week on business A J Thompson and W H Brown has gone to the moon tains on business Lawson and Fox here Monday looking for stock1 When you want modern physic try ChamberlainsStomach find Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents Samples free atMcRobertsdrugstore Speaking of the stage as center of gravity is often theccomedian Many physicians now prescribing regularly having found that it is the best prescription they can write it is the one reparation which contaihs the necessary to digest not only some kinds of food but all kind and it therefore cures indigestion no matter what Its F P Frfebte r f dys m permission w MrsSpurlock Fatridge again going severe Jennings Co certainly tf Robt Kinnaird excursion E E E H H Morgan weekat becomes the been J D Kodol pep 1 t head for 85 need representative was here J H Baughman herr was are because eats and ca Y J tom stet axe the So en at a C of in jn TEATKRSVitLB Sure throat and sore eyes are raging Davis and John attended court Mrs Wearen anticipates a visit in early future to her daughter Mrs Clayton Wearers in Lexington Dr Wm Ray Brown and Alex Walker Chas Tarter have instruments in their houses now besides many others Miss Ida Ray daughter of Ray will represent Mrs Kin naird Warners school in the public school contest in Larcaster The protracted meetimg will begin at Buckeye on Monday night after the first Sunday In October There is talk of securing Rev Crouch to assist DIr Pike during the continued Charles Ham accidentally shot him self in the leg while handliag a pistol inflicting a serious wound and doctors fear his leg will have to be ken off but at this time is getting along very nicely It is exceedingly gratifying to the many friends of Willie Grow to see him out after a serious illness of ty phoid fever The otherpatients of the same epidemic are reported feeling of sadness pervaded this entire community when the death of Johnny Brown was announced It was such a shock to one Johnny was an exceptionally nice young man and had so many friends and was a great comfort to his beloved parents very much sympathy is felt for the distressed family especially for the devoted mother and father who have had to give up three boys in such a short time Jesse Jones is visiting relatives In Livingston Miss Pearl Ross has been the guess of Mrs Alex Walker Misses Mollie and Ora have been visiting Miss Hattie Jones Misses Smiley have returned to their home in Lexington Mrs Wear Dunn of Lincoln and Mrs Marga ret Hollins of Danville are visitors MissSuse Grow and Loyd Saunders of Stone were over to see two pretty girls here Sun day w MANSE Farmers are rejoicing over the re cent rains There was preaching at Mt Tabor Sunday by Rev Barker of Barbour ville The little daughter of Tom Spill man is convalescing after a slight attack of pneumonia The sale of Mr John Boiton was well attended everything sold well Mr Bblton will soon leave for Texas where he will make his future home The sick in this community are under the care of Dr F M who we are glad to have in our midst He Js a very promising JOUDt man and will do his duty a physician Miss Jennnie Higgins and brother Frank have been visiting in Bryants ville and attended the teachers asso elation while here Will Crow Doty who is engaged in business in Ala is spending a few weeks with home folks and taking a rest He will again re some his duties at Opp where he has lucative position Miss Margaret Walker left for Belwood this week where she will attend school BRYANTS VILLE The teachers meeting at Pleasant Grove was quite interesting and by all present Mrs John Dunn ofBrodhed is visit ing relatives in this vicinity Mr C Becker is in Cincinnati on business Mr and Mrs Haselden are in buying goods and will take in the fall festival while there Mr J Dunn and little son Joe and Master John Hill are also in the city Miss Besse and Richard Ballard and Miss visited relatives here last Saturday Miss Lizzie Tomlinson visited relatives in Buena Vista Satur day and Sunday Miss Nannie and little daughter o near spent last Wednesday with bis sister Mrs Josh Dunn Mrs Fannie Bryant visited Mrs Nannie Ballard last week Little Miss Jennie Isom Willmore spent last week with Ler aunt Mrs Dr Armstrong Mrs Robinson and daughter Miss Maggie visited relatives here last week Mis Dosie Collier was the guest of her sister Mrs Taylor Bur dette last Saturday Mr Robinson from Washington county has moved to the property recently vacated by Mrs Sadler Does It 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 What shallyou do Go to a warmer and more regular mate Yes if for you then in either case take the only remedy that has been introduced all civilized countries with severe throat and lung 3oschees German Syrup It not only heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflamation causes easy expectoration gives agood nights rest and cures the patient Try one bottle Recom na at Stormes Drug store w plain intellectual woman is t least bit envious ofa some silly one lie an 18 cli placedBog telephone representative services convalescing A Sandidge Ed improving enjoyed Cincinnati Eliza Rucker Ballard Lan- caSter Peg Pay Jf troubles H latheWit 1f e Nicholasv Dickers every Hen Walker se troubles possible not p sable Every theta dren access bead F of of of of JHAltKSIJtUlY Moses Dorton sold a good pair of Work mules for 275 beveral of our farmers attended court in Danville Monday T I Herring sold of Lan caster a good cow and calf for 50 Although the weather was a good crowd attended the teachers convention atPleasant Grove school house Saturday Sept 14 Every one present reported an enjoyable time Mr Ike Myers and daughter Miss Sallie Lou of McCreary spent Sunday with Mr A J Fleece Herring and Bennie Robinson have entered school at Lan caster Mr Everett Parks spent Sunday at Buckeye Mrs Dunn and children of near Lancaster and Miss Preston of Beuna Vista spentFriday night with Miss Carrie Durham W H Furr sold a load of to J Cook for 3 per bbl J C Clouse sold a calf to Will Ogg Madison county for 10 At John Boltons sale last week corn brought 180 per bbl in the field Geo Miller bought of a Mr Lear on Fall Lick three heifers and two hogs for 4600 Celia Slavin a daughter of Sam Slavin of color died at her fathers home last week Tom Collet traded J C Clouse a cow and calf and a mule colt for two 2vearold heifers five cords of wood and 25 in money Mr Portwood and Mr Dozier of Valley View visited the formers son inlaw Geo W Rogers last week Cleveland Spangler visited W IT Furr last Sunday Mr Robert Davidson and Mr House visited W H Purr last week ITS TIlriE TO ACT So Long as the People Tolerate It A as lnailon will Coufiiiue Harry Giovannolli in a letter from Washington to the Danville Advocate says The act of the fiend Czolgosz Shollguss may set the people of the United States to thinking and the verdict may be that there is too much liberty in America The personality of the man who fired the shot is of small moment Whether he is hung or whether he gets ten years in the penitentiary count for very little when weighed in the balances with the deeper meaning his act The real issue is how long will the of this country suffer the growth of the anarchist spirit typifi ed by this man cz te sz who brazenly confesses that he was led to do the deed by the writings and speeches of socialists and anarchists And not alone amid surroundings squalor and ignorance that this bloodseeking sentiment receives its highest encouragement That is the shame of it In New York and in oth leading cities widelycirculated of alleged respectability have for months emitted the black vomit anarchy and ruin They have held the resident up as the vile tool of scheming capitalists ready to do their bidding to the utmost and have sought to convince the unfortunate and the the poor the ig personal misfortunes or incompeten cy were the direct cause of their Further than this one of these pa pers in a lengthy editorial a short time ago actually justified tion and said that the assassination of Lincoln was a good thing and this from a paper which claims to be in the forefront of modern American jour nalism With such incendiary stuff as this such high places Poured daily in to the heads of driveling idiots like Czolgosz murder and assassination must as surely as the night the day The pity is that an indifferent public basks in the sunshine of a fools Paradise and suffers the criminal cus torn to continue supports it applauds itf pours dollars into it until m r derit breeds has done its deadly work When men of force and men of and adroitness preach such as these to the ignorant andthe vicious the fruit of the sowing is murder and arson what remedy is there but extermination If not why quarantine against yel low or mad dog Style for the Winter The easiest and simplest way we can suggest for our readers to get a good idea of the styles that will be popular this winter a copy of teber Delineator Just on sale at every newsstand The Delineator for Octo ber forsbadows by means of its New York Paris and London connections those tendencies of fashion which will certainly prevail In addition to the fashion features and practical dressmaking advice that has made The Delineator famous the October number is full ofgood general a reading most tastefully illustrated under the immediate direction the artist Willianr Martin Johnson Mr Johnsons work is to lovers of reason of the Garfield edition of Ben a Hur as well as some other books of sale Mr Johnson believes Jn that illustrate rather in pictures that only ornament a Is page The whole October number of the is interest to well as to women c by to Elmore inclement Ri Joe Aldridge pronounced people it is newspapers unsuccessful Presidentdis- tress I ass from the cunning doctrines is to the well known beautitiil menu il e i f ti s z eMessrs FLAT WOODS corgi inn follow and fever shoots buy known the rge i than Delineator full of 0 r in of er of of kir of as we Is he If I The Bryantsville teachers associa Lion convened at Pleasant Grove church Saturday September 14 Al though the day was very inclement a good crowd was present Besides the members of the district and our genial Superintendent there were not a visitors from neighboring and counties The welcome address was delivered a very pleasing manner by Miss Mittie Dunn The following very creditable papers were read by of the association Little Things Miss Claude Arnold Inventions and Discoveries Miss Mary Tomlinson Men in the Public Eye Miss Edna Scott The Relation of Teacher and Parents Miss Mary Dunn Prof W C Grinstead the wideawake principal the Danville public school read a strong paper on Tactics of the Teach As usual he set forth in a manner ideas of no small value to the salient points of the were discussed by Rev Conesof Tennessee The educational value of the meeting was greatly added to by the scholarly address of Prof of Stanford Female College on The Personality of the Teacher Stress was placed on the social status the teacher esteeming more highly who the teacher is than her mental attainment One of the most pleasurable features the programme was the vocal furnished by Misses Marksbury Moore I on Lusk Dunn and Mr Marksbury Miss Jennie Swope being organist The small children of Miss Andersons school rendered a temper Misses Maude Pope and Mae Robin sen favored us with readings which were much applauded Thanks are due Miss Anderson for her energy in conducting the and to teachers and friends who so contributed the abundant was appointed to draft a resolution deploring the loss of our esteemed President McKinley and the following resolution was submitted and unanimously adopted Resolved by the Teachers of Gar rard County we deeply deplore the villainous murder our beloved President and that we a body assembled do promise that will endeavor to so instruct the youth of our laud in order that they will stamp out the vile anarchy which prevalent in our great republic That in his death we sustain a great both as a nation and as we extend to his wife our sympathy and trust that an All wise Providence will sustain us as a nation in this hour of our bereave Lusk Katie Moore Mary Tomlinson W M Elliott Commit tee and Mary King Secy B W Pursell Kintersville Pa says suffered 25 years with piles and could obtain no relief until DeWitts With Hazel Salve effected a permanent cure Counterfeits are worthless F PFrisbie 1m Many think they are called to fill offices but few are chosen A never failing cure for cuts burns scalds ulcers wounds and sores is De Witts Witch Hazel Salve A most soothing and healing remedy for all skin affections Accept only the gen wine F im The wife of a photographer doesnt always look pleasant 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 25 cents Samples free at McRoberts drug store 1m Is it local color when a woman has a black and blue spot somewhere above her knee Have you a sense of fullness in the region of your stomach after eating so you will be benefitted by using Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They also cure belching and sour stomach They regulate the bowels too Price 25 cents Sold McRoberts druggist 1m Its funny that a woman cant lace shape into fatness yet she can lace into shape Henry Braydon Harris N C says took medicine 20 years for asthma but one bottle of One Minute Cough nnvfhintr during that time Best Cough Cure did me more good than anything else during that time Best Cough Cure F 1m Whenever a widow begins to make inquiries as to a bachelors financial condition she means business Darling lOl St Port Huron Mich writes have tried pills and laxatives but DeWitts Little Early Risers are far the best pills I have ever used They never F lm What a woman calls temper in her sisters she calls sparkling vivacity in herself Norris Silver Stratford N H I purchased abottleof One Min ute Cough Cure when suffering with a cough doctors told me was incurable One bottle relieved me the second and third cured Today I am well man F P Frisbee lm its no to kits a girl if you tell heryou are going to do it and Bruise Quickly Heals Chamberlains Pain Balm applied to cut bruise burn scald or like injury will instantly allay the pain and will heal the parts In less time cither treatment Unless the injury very it will not leave a Pain Balm also cures rheumatism sprains swellings and lameness For sale by R E dniifghit n my Teachers AIiMoeialioB members forcible teacherthepaper Pinkerton music once song lunchA AssociationThat loss individuals and tender mentElisa P jrisbie b- yRE fatness Cure Ole more goon pan P Frisbie lfward Imany gripe Frisbee Scar bert t i i t distrie meet did else Sid P North almost use d Can than severe y ont raw the the It be be 150 of to per 100 ery pie of you a or or the of ers at el ed do tie on is said that raw tomatoes ally sprinkled with salt and eaten will quench a mans thirst for liquor But there are some men who do not like tomatoes Thanksgiving turkeys will be high this season owing to the shortness of crop The shrinkage is due to the cold backward spring at hatching time Bradstreets says that on the face of late returns on the corn crop out look 1400000000 bushels is indicated This is a decrease of 630000000 bush els from a year ago The Elizabelhtown News says that 3170 cattle costing 100000 will fattened in that county this season will require about 30000 worth of feed If they are made into 1200 pound steers and sell for 5c a pound they will bring 190000 The cucumber crop over almost the entire country is a total failure and dealers say pickles will disappear fiom the market by Christmas These will no pumpkin pies because there will no pumpkins Georgetown court day auctioneer Ben B Peak reports cattle on the market Good cattle 850 pounds weight sold at 335 to 375 heifers at 275 to 3 calves 16 to 18 per head horses 30 75 Fortyone sheep sold at 250 head Democrat Danville N Prewitt bought yesterday of different parties head of fat hogs for October at 550 per hundred He also bought 70 head of lambs at 2c a lot of butcher cattle at 2 to 3c and a cow and calf of Jeff Sallee for 25 Vw tiations are pending between a local real estate man and W C Whitney for the purchase of 2500 acres of land on the Richmond pike about six miles from Lexington at 80 The property embraces eight farms on which options have peen obtained Some men are so particular and angry at the slightest An Illinois farmer became so angry with a farm hand that he gave him a beating simply because the poor man who was driving the binder dropped a lighted cigarette which burned eighty acres of wheat the binder and cremated the horses Peo should be careful how they become exasperated this hot weather it might produce sunstroke An exchange asks you like to be your own horse Would you work yourself six or seven hours with out water when the temperature is in the nineties Would you let the head a rivet stand twisted in the till it tore the skin off Would put bridle on yourself that had loose blinder which flapped you in the eye every time you made a step Would you up with a lazy slower horse which made you pull more than half the load Would you give yourself water out of a slimy box a mud hole in the creek where the pigs and poultry bathe Would you feed yourself dry corn seven days in week and hay that smelled of in a manger on which the hens roost Would you stand yourself an kledeep in your own excrement to tight a million flies bred in your own filth What would you do if you were your own horse The importation of more pure bred sheep this year than in several past years spoors the confidence in the of the sheep industry It is announced that Cresceus and The Abbott are to trot at Readville Mass on September 19th for a purse 20000 At Indianapolis last week fat pork sold at 7 and at Kansas City at 6G5 This is the biggest price since 1893 when fat hogs were quoted Indianapolis at 710 With potatoes selling at 150 a bush it is interesting to know thatthey were first cultivated between go Chile and LJwa Peru They still grow wild in the mountain districts of South America Produce commission men in the asking them to urge farmers to dy fruit this year as it will bring good prices They cite the fallingoff in the apple crop in the eastern States and Canada in addition to the drouth throughout the country as a reason why dried fruit of all kinds will bring good prices In the large slaughter houses in Chicago and elsewhere cattle are kill skinned cut up and pang in the cooling room in 39 minutes and are handled by 20 men during that time Hogs are killed at the rate of 550 an hour They are handled by 125 men in 32 minutes Sheep are killed at dressing occupying about 34 minutes Each man has one particular thing to each animal generally very to another animal The work goes on like clockwork We have hardly ever known as good grass at this season of the year as is spread over our pastures and fields In the opinion of many this extraordinary abundance of blue grass will fully make up any in the corn crop Whenever there is not a deep snow calves and colts can thrive on blue grass better than on fodder or than almost any other feed We know farmers who turned out their colts and horses and never gave them any other feed than all winter sad they came oat lm rice in the spring Lexington er 1 wIt per cwt AdvocateD deli A Lexington dispatch says situated become provoca- tIOn How wonld harness tie yourself future ask d San Rie citits are sending letters to country merchants rateof 620 an hour the and SOOn Is done he in- consequence farmers deficiency I I lib Paris t rats as as pass now have condition Genetic d- K O U4 r bed toes are can in we He age a Dr G Goldstein of Louisville will be at Lancaster Sept 20 21 1901 for one day only at the New Mason will fit glasses to the eyes of all who need them He has made the study of a specialty and anyone in glasses can not do better than to give him a call He will be found at his room at the New Mason HotelParents of children whose eyes in any way affected should take to Dr Goldstein and have them examined Too not be taken in this particular as any neglect of the parents may lead to most serious consequences after life If the eyes of a child need glasses the doctor can deter mine it and adjust such glasses as will be most apt to preserve and increase their strength This gentleman has been giving satisfaction for many years and recommend him as worthy the patronage ol the public Those suffering with their eyes should call on him and if they dont get relief it will not cost them a cent can adjust to any eyes A good glass rightly adjusted is luxury to a person with failing sight they can not afford to do without A glass imperfectly ad justed is worse no glass Office hours 9 a m to 5 p m Three Years In Richmond Kentucky And out of all the sets of teeth shat have been made at my office if there is one set or any sets that show any defect I will make a new set FREE We are making the best set of teeth in the world 750 and if any defect shows in five years we give you a new set free This applies to all ths teeth I have made or any we are going to make The best Alloy fills in the world at 75cts DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Government Building Reference Richmond National Bank RICHMOND KY Hoteland needof bethem muchcare andany r Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices range from 8 upward Call at works near the depot S McGUIRE Lancaster Stone Yards Near L N Depot All Kind of BUILDING STONE Steps Cistern Tops Door and Window Sills Bases for Tombstones and all Kinds of Stone Work Furnished at Low Prices For further information call on JAS I WHITE LANCASTER KY R KINNAIRD INSURANCE ResreseitiuFolIiifiuCoijaiiaAetaa Qaeea i Natloaal Hartford Ceuetievt German Amerlcaa Milwaukee Merchaata n Promptly Pllelxr Drkla New Yert UHerwrlten XwUtJIrItWt a IeIeMatilt IIJa eIuCl1C II Pal titilte mayLirer C Where the Home i 11 U PEOPLE P U Have Visited Mr J M Logan is in Cincinnati this week Miss Nell Johnston is in the with friends R Kinnaird and J M Farra were in Danville Monday Misses Wallace of Paint Lick are guests of Mrs J S Robinson Miss Pearl Bettis leaves Saturday for Lexington to enter college Messrs B D Ballard and J T Leav ell visited in Danville Monday Mr Bass of Frisbies drug store has been visiting relatives in Marion Mr and Mrs W K Shugarsof BfcKlh ney were visitors here the past week Mr A B Willis of Ricnmond was a guest at Squire Sam Johnsons Mesdames Feeney ParIs are visiting Mrs E W Miss Ann Bettis of Lowell has been spending a few days with relatives here Miss Bessie Ballard and brother Richard visited Miss Ella Leavell Friday Mr R D Ballard has been visiting Mr John Leavell and family for the past week Messrs Sam Morrow and KellyBoone of Somerset have been visiting friends in this city Mrs John Anderson is in Knoxville at the bedside of her daughter Miss Allie Anderson Miss Nannie Harris of Circleville Ohio is expected to visit Mrs T B Long at the Garrard Miss Nellie Webster and Mr Joe Tribble of Crab Orchard Springs were visitors here Friday Miss Rose Wilson after a weeks visit to Mrs J E Stormes left Friday for her home in Lexington Misses Francis Collier and Caroline Currey have returned from a trip to the Buffalo Exposition The many friends of Miss Allie An derson are glad to hear of the great improvement her recent illness Miss Florence Harris entertained a few friends Monday evening in honor of her guest Miss Darnell of Mays yule Danville Advocate Mrs Dr Elkin of Atlanta Ga arrived today to be present at the funeral of Mrs Mary McKee Misses Jennie and Lucy have been spending several months with relatives here returned Monday to their home in St Louis Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside was stormed Wednesday evening by their many friends to meet their guest Miss Gena Dunlap of Lex ingtonMr John Greenleaf of Richmond has been visiting his sister Mrs Em ma Kauffman Danville avenue old Lancaster friends were glad to himMisses Same Tillett Laura Smith and Fannie Shugars are in the city the fall millinery openings and purchasing new goods Mrs Will Lackey is entertaining the following Misses Gena Dunlap Bertha and Mary Burn side Messrs Ben Herndon and Louis West oThe following ladies enjoyed a pic nic at the river Wednesday Mesdames J E Stormes Banks Hudson Joe Faulconer Louis Landram Misses Gena Bush Gena Dunlap ROse Wil son Christine Bradley Bertha and Ma ry Burnside country and Purnell of delightful Arnold who Many of McCreary I I t I J I p I Tuesday Marrow S A t r c I at- tendIng I t I I Mr J Joseph is in the city buying fall goods Miss Nellie Dillon is in Cincinnat visiting relatives Miss Kate Walker is in McCreary visiting Mrs Will Lackey M D Hughes is in Louisville visiting Mr and Mrs F E Hughes Miss Alberta Anderson was given a surprise party Tuesday evening Mrs H M Powell and beautiful little daughter have returned home from a very pleasant visit to their and other relatives in and around Bryantsville Danville Herring and wife of Lancaster this city yesterday with their daughter Mrs Jesse Walden Mr Denny of Garrard county an old Central boy has been down this week telling the new men about the D K E Messrs Ed Gaines and K F Postel of Lancaster were in Danville Thursday on business A Monster Jumper Of the numerous fishermen in Lan caster none have been more or enthusiastic than has Mr John E Stormes the clever druggist He has devoted much time to the but this Fall it seemed that fate was against him as narry a fish near his bait Monday he de cided to change his base of operations and went Out to Col Joe Arnolds immense pond From early dawn he fished faithfully in boat and on bank Mrs grandfathers NewsDr werein William energetic riverbanks ventured Fraternity but the same bad luck hung under him About four oclock he concluded to make a final effort so putting on a nice hickory minnow he said Ill throw out in the middle where the big fish are Sure enough the cork went under with that jerk so beautiful to fishermen When Mr S decided to pull on he thought he had hold of the fish that swallowed Jonah The im fight lasted for fully ten minutes but our hero was victorious and landed a jumper which measured 23 inches in length and weighed six pounds This is the largest ever caught in this section and Mr Stormes is now looked up to by local Nimrods as the biggest man in town bass Now Mr Hunter Dove shooting is here We have the celebrated Winchester Blue Rival Shell loaded with Du pont Nitro Powder which we will sell as long as they last for 50 cts a box You will do well to engage your supply in advance as you cannot get these shells aynwhere else at that price Frisbies Store 4 t1 low Om r L I ADDITIONAL LOCAL BedBHg A local doctor tells us there is an of bed bugs in the land and few houses that are entirely rid of them It keeps the good women on the hunt all the time to exterminate them Moved I my clothing samples and insurance office to Dr Kinnairds building on Danville street where I will be glad to wait on my customers Fine line of clothing samples fits guaranteed and prices to suit you tf J H Kinnaird Nolle to Parents Parents are hereby requested not to enter pupils in the first grade of our school later than next Monday It means a reorganization of said grade when new pupils enter An opportu nity will be given in January to enter those that can not be entered by Mon day Respectfully f J H Patterson Prin Handsome Improvement We are pleased to say to the public that our shop has just been papered and painted and we have one of the prettiest shaving emporiums in the state Years of experience sharp razors and polite attention enable us to please the most fastidious A call will convince you Henry Duncan the old barber L N Low Rates The L N will sell tickets to the Episcopal Church Convention which meets at San Francisco Cal Oct 9 from Lancaster at 5790 the round trip going passage to begin on date of sale A number of stopovers are al lowed and an elegant trip can be had at exceedingly reasonable figures See the local agent for full particulars Dates of sale Sept 18 to 26 inclusive sep42t Bold Thief The other night a negro went tothe residence of Fred P Frisbie and told Mrs Frisbie her husband had sent for his black coat As Fred had worn a black coat to town Mrs Frisbie be came suspicious and said she would telephone to the store about it When she went to the phone the negro dis appeared This is only one of numer ous attempts at stealing within tbe past few days and THE BECCRD calls attention to this instance to show how smooth the thieves are and warn our readers to be on the lookout Load the old musket and shoot to kill Negro Masonry It may not be generally known that there exist in West Virginia an alleg ed Negro Grand Lodge of Masons but such is the case as we learned from the State press that it held a recent at Nuttallburg and adjourned to meet at our sister town Thomas in Tucker county some time next year Thomas has a negro lodge and a broth er of Fairfax Lodge at Davis has a copy of their bylaws which for ought not to have the cake alone but should take the whole bake ry One section of their bylaws reads thus Any member found carrying a razor or pistol on his person away from his premises shall be fined 50 cents and the weapon confiscated and sold and the proceeds donated to the fund Another section reads Any brother who shall be found in arrears for dues to the amount of one dollar and thirtyfive cents shall be declared unfinancial are equally amusing and reminds us more of a comic almanac and yet the Grand Lodge of Washington wanted to extend recognition to negro Masons Mystic Tie Death efNoble Man The death of Gen E H Hobson which occurred at Cleveland 0 last Saturday cast a gloom over his legion of friends all over the state He had been slightly ill for several days but left his home in Greensburg to attend the encampment of tile G A B say ing he felt much better His death was very sudden and a great shock to veterans attending the encampment nearly all of whom were personally acquainted with him Gen Hobson fought in the war with Mexico and his bravery attracted much attention In the civil war he commanded a Kentucky regiment taking part in many important battles He was bre vetted a brigadier general lor his bra very and a commission as colonel in the regular army had been prepared for him when President Lincoln was assassinated Gen Hobson was a true Christian gentleman and one of the most lovable men it has been our pleasure to know He was a personal friend of the editor of this paper and none mourn his loss more than we He was a prominent politician but not one of the latterday type he bad his convictions and expressed them in a gentlemanly way and conceded to others the same privilege He had a supreme contempt for rascality and held aloof from the tricky schemes sometimes practiced by those in He was the true Kentucky gentleman a Christian in every sense of the word and his loss will be keen ly felt in the community that was so fortunate as to claim him as a citizen Cluuaberlalac Conga Remedy a Great The soothing and healing properties of this remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made it a great favorite with people It is especially prized by mothers of small children for colds croup and whooping cough as it always affiords 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 Jfc E McRoberte have U A originality Other sections er politics s epidemic charity Favorite everywhere druggist CONSIDER THE LILIES Within the house of prayer The fair white lilies stand Arrayed In grace and beauty rar By an Almighty Hand Full many a troubled breast todayIsDiscouraged by the way pleadOur Can the rough path we tread Lead by day r- And are Ihe grid and pain we dread Gods angels In our way j 0 faithless heart why seek To question Gods design With breath the lilies peakor love and care divine i The hand thatclothes in light fSuch frail and flowers t In every need will guide aright These deathless lives of ours Consider how they grow The lilies pure and fair knowHisMrs H Lu Lyman In N Y Observer A CONSECRATED PICTURE Story of a German Artist Per trayed the Crucifixion of Christ in Living Colors A poor Bohemian gypsy girl of re markable beauty was employed by a German artist to sit for one of his studies In his studio she saw an unfinished painting of the and asked him who that wicked man was and what he had The artist smiled at her ignorance and told her that the man nailed to the cross was not wicked but good above all good men in the world From that time her interest in the story of the cross never ceased She was utterly untaught and it was by her questions rather grudgingly an swered by the painter who had no real Christian sympathy that she got her first knowledge of the Saviour of mankind Noting her employers lack of feeling she said to him one dayI should think you would love Him if He died for you The remark fastened itself in the artists mind The death of Christ had appealed to him as a pictorial tragedy The divine life of Jesus had never touched him The ignorant Bohemian girl had presented the to him in another way and it would not let him rest till he sought religious counsel and ultimately be came a servant and a worshiper of the Crucified Under the inspiration of a new love be finished the picture and it was hung in the Dusseldorf gallery with this inscription I did this for thee what hast thou done for Me Some time afterward be met his former model there weeping in front of the painting This time he could speak to her as a Christian Master she said did He die for the poor Bohemians too YesAnd the Man of Galilee bad one dis ciple more A few months later dying in a gypsy camp not far from the city the girl sent for the artist and thanked him I am going to Him now she said I love Him and I know He loves meYears afterward frivolous young nobleman looked on the same picture and the studj of it and the rebuking pathos of its inscription so moved and influenced him that he consecrat ed himself to the of God The young man was Count Zinzen dorf the founder of the Moravian churchThe benediction to the world of a noble and uplifting picture is but feebly measured by the few exam pIes that ever attain publication It can teach the ignorant it can re buke the immoral it can inspire the devout and it can preach the supreme truth which St to be his only message and his last enthusiasm Youths Companion HOW TO BE HAPPY In this life there is but one sure hap live for Tol stoiLet us leave anxieties to God Why need we bargain that our life should be a success still less that it should not be a success purchased by sacri fices and sufferings James Hinton There is nothing sir too little for so little a creature as man It is by studying the little things that we the great art of having as little misery and as much hapipness as pos Johnson This I think is one of the most well call it by the commonplace things about the gospel that while it endows its recipients with a hope beyond all thought a sure and certain hope for the future it does at the same time so increase their sensi tiveness and appreciation of all that is really joygiving in this life that no people on earth are really so happy as they in proportion as they are in Very died and in truth followers of the Sorrowful Man Frank T Bullen The Best Use of Life The best use we can make of our life is to live so that we shall be a benediction to everyone we meet Kev J B Miller D D Frt ttMir Stock fr m To keep flies oft the followiBg NIx lure is recommended as an application for the dairy herd Fish seal or oil one gallon crude carbolic acid four ounces and coal oil one pint all well mixed and rubbed oa all parts ixcept the udder Two applications oer week can be easily given at milk ingtime and will render the quite repulsive to all kinds of lies bole etc tit not all objectionable to or milkers is expedient to at fen to this matter which will prove both humane and profitable Farm Voice W fOur11upward day t ragrant i Who crucifixion punishment subject ervice thoughtfuland Paul declared pinessto othersLeo attain sibleSamuel worduseful 1 0 1t Piles tanner cows attendants it era THOSE MARRYING TEACHERS Match One Made tiach Others Acquaintance In an Odd Way There was a romantic story of one couple in particular They were intro duced by a mutual friend on shore as they stood at the rail when the trans port was pulling out some ten feet of San Francisco bay dividing the lady who presented the pair from the pres entees reports the Honolulu Advertiser This introduction however though not the most formal evidently was very effective They be came friends and b the time the shades of night had settled and the mainland had faded from the horizon it was evident that they had found in each others company some consola tion for the hardship of leaving happy homes to journey into a far country The second day left them violently in love and on the third day the young man led the blushing maiden to the captain with the request that the twain be made one as fast as he the captain could tie the knot Capt Buford however has had considerable experience and has observed with some care the result of the moonlight at sea and he advised the young peo ple to wait tfntil they arrived at Hon olulu This they unwillingly did but it is said that the ceremony was per formed by a local ride being takentby the newly wed people out to Waikikiwbere the eloquent sea waves voiced sweet sen timents while they indulged in the wed ding dinner Restoration of Famous Temple The French government is now en gaged in the restoration of what has been called the greatest temple ever bulit on the face of the earth This temple is the temple of Karnak in Egypt which for over 3000 years has been falling into ruins Originally the temple was 370 feet wide and 1200 feet long or twice as large as St Peters in Rome It was begun 2700 years be fore Christ and was more than 1000 years in building Six men with ex tended arms can hardly reach around one of the gigantic pillars still remain ing The Soft and Sensible Snail At least half a dozen scientists are now carefully studying snails The reason according to one of them is be ause these little animals are extraor dinarily sympathetic and intelligent Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and grandmothers never thought of using anything else for Indigestion or Bil iousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested 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JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY B STOEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store LFHUBBLE Attormey at LawHeal Estate Agent Thirty Thousand acres of valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands in SouthEastern Kentucky for sale Special bargains in Blue Grass Farms IIVID Cash JBIHDDCmIUI J J u JOHNSTON W G w uLLLW T McC S DRUG STORE I NATIONAL BilK 1 i S01M- CIMM f W LANCASTER KY AKDKSHT President Jno K STOKXXS Vice President S C DaNNY Cashier J F ROBINSON JB R T EMBBT Asat Cashr Bookkeeper DIRECTORS D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes W H Kinnaird ASSIGNEES SALE As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing 80 acres each in Garrard county in a good neighbor hood near good schools well watered and in good state of cultivation On one is a good tobacco barn and on the other a small dwelling house These will make good homes for persons de siring small farm in neighborhoods where other lands can purchased or rented WILLIAM HERNDON tf Assignee DISSOLUTION SALE- Of HC Muir iBro Thursday September 19 1901 at the home of O Mnir on Mills two miles from Nicholasville on the above date at 10 a m will be offered at propertyFive 215 good stock ewes 8 Southdown bucks IS lOuo Ib feeding cattle 2 fat cows 2 mUch cows in full flow of milk with their calvcs 2 yearling steers 1 good combined mare 1 work horse yearling colts 1 brood mare by George WIlkes dam of Exploit 2OS bred to Warlock pair of mart mules pair of 4 mare TERMS All hogs cash other stock on three HCMUIRi BRO GW AYSE Auctr Union Mills Ky PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public sale on my 2 miles from Lancaster on the Lexington pike on Tuesday Sept 24 1901 to the highest and best bidder the following personal property 1 horse buggy and harness 1 Jersey cow 2horse wagon 1 big plow about 20 acres of corn in field household and kitchen furniture all the furniture bran new enough for two families I will also at same time rent my farm of 60 acres about half in wheat and the other in corn Sale begins prompt ly at one oclock p m Terms made known on day saleMrs E Lear 2 CAPITAL 5 1 Ie hempbrakes h S i premises I4 3 oeess Sam 2 negotiable jjpBB i Bua a BaBiaMiaa aMBBMMBMSi Bi MBBaaaMa aa a a B Important Notice i As semiannual settling time is at hand it j is necessary that I collect all accounts owing i me to pay my own bills I MUST HAVE ALL DUE ME This notice is meant for A indebted to me and I trust you will call and settle and thus save me the trouble and ex pense of calling in person Sallie D Tillett fAMA M AM A AA A M M A MA iiiiMiMii HI in in linn m mm m miumnr mTTTtTTTlT TuTu The Time For y TORNADOES Has Arrived Several cities and towns have been greatly damaged and many lives VIOLENT WINDS Have your property insured against loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but little R KINNAIRD THE American Investment Company INCORPORATED Capital Stock 2500000I- teMrre 8 r ta 125000 00 A CWH Halters 910000 00 Address all correspondence Home Ofllee Good terms to firstdaw agents L L II i i i i lost 4f t Iii II PaY I61E iE E by- EE EE E EE guM 4UUM SI LEXiNGTON UNTUCKYSpA THE PRESIDENT HEAD lion Wm McKiniey Chief Execu tive Nation Passed Away at215 a m Sat urday Morning llis Last Words Were a Humble Sub missioa to the Will of God in Who He Believed IT IS iUDS IllS WILL BE DONE Solemn Funeral Services Were Held 13 Sunday Morning at the Milburn House on Delaware Avenue IIi3 Last Journey to the Seat of Gov ernment Was Made Through a Living Laue of Bared Heads A Million HairMaul Dotted tin IllllMidtM and Valley Along the Itoute From Buffalo f to WaaliliiKton Milburn House Buffalo Sept 14 Presi dent McKinley died at 215 a m lie had been unconscious since 730 p m Horn at Niles O 1S43 Knlisted as private 23d O V I 1SGL Mustered out as Brevet Major 1SC5 admitted to the bar 1S67 Elected prosecuting attorney 1869 flurried Ui71 Elected to congress 1S7C Member of ways and means committee ISM Chairman of ways and means JSS- McKiniey tariff enacted 1890 Gerrymandered out of congress ISM Elected governor of Ohio 1UReelected governor 18113 Elected president 1896 Reelected president 1900 Shot September 6 1K01 Died September 14 1901 Milburn House Sept 14 From ofilelals the following details of the final scenes in and about the death chamber were secured Before 6 oclock it was clear to those at the presidents bedside that he was eying and preparations were made tor tho last sad offices of farewell from those who were nearest and dearest to him Oxygen had been administered steadily but with little effect in keeping back the approach of death The president came out of one period of unconsciousness only to relapse ikjto another But in this when his mind was partially occurred a series of events of profoundly touching character Down stairs with strained and tear stained faces members of the cabinet were grouped in anxious waiting They knew the end was near and that the time hud come when they must see him for the last time on earth This was about ti oclock One by one they ascended the stairway Secretary toot Secretary Hitchcock and Attorney General Knox Secretary Wilson also was there but he held back not wishing to see the presi dent in his last agony There was only a momentary stay of the cabinet officers at the threshold of the death chamber Then they withdrew the tears streaming down their faces and the words of in tense grief choking in their throats After they left the sick room the phy elcians rallied him to consciousness and the president asked almost immediately that his wife be brought to him The doctors fell back into the shadows of the room as Mrs McKinley came doorway The strong face of the dying nan lighted up with a faint smile as their hands were clasped She sat beside him and held his hand His last conscious hour on earth was Fpent with the wife to whom he devoted a life time of care Ills last words were an humble submission to the will of the God in whom he believed He was rec onciled to the cruel fate to which an as eassins bullet had condemned him and faced death in the same spirit of calm ness and poise which has marked his long and honorable career Th powerful heart stimulants includ ing oxygen were employed to restore him tn consciousness for lila final parting with Ills wife He asked for her and she sat at his side and held his hand He con soled her and bade her goodbye She went through the hearttrying scene with the tame bravery and fortitude with which rlie has borne the grief of the tragedy vhich ended his life The president in his last period of con sciousness which ended about 740 the words of the hymn Nearer My God to Thee and his last audible con scious words as taken down by Dr Mann Then his mind began to wander and he completely lost consciousness His life was prolonged for hours by the Administration of oxygen and the pres Silent finally expressed a desire to be air lowed to die About 830 the administra uUIy like a child Into the eternal slum ber 10 oclock the pulse could no longer be felt in his extremities and they Brew cold Below stairs the gathering waited sadly for the end Those in tho at this time were Eccretaries Wilson mid Root Senators Fairbanks Hanna and Bur rows JuJge flay Col Ilerrin Abner Mc the presidents brother and his Mrs Duncan the presidents sisters Mrs Mary Barber Mrs McWilllams Mrs McKinlcy cousin the physicians In cluding Dr MeBurney arrived afterK ATllliiirn Bcatcherd Harry Hamlin all of this Secretary Cortelyou and a number of others Rev C D Wilson a Methodist minister of Tonawanda N Y who was the presidents for at Canton called at the residence to in whether his services were needed but did not enter the house At tills midnight hour the Milburn house was the center ot a an imated as though It were midday al though a solemn hush i hung over the crowd of watchers The entire port of the house was aglow with light and the many attendants friends and relatives could be seen within mov ing about and occasionally coming in groups to the for a breath of air In the upper front chambers the lights were low and around on the north side where the chamber of death is lo cated there were fitful urn Ing brightly and then turned down JJes Site th fast tjiftl the vitality con Conjugal union Women who are desirous of keeping theIr perfec breast well to advantage of a remedy like MOTHERS FRIEND for ute during pregnancy Ua jttJ ildck rrtl i powers Stay your toad fraw oft H O fILL A i at I committee authoritative period goodbyelOIfl grewfainter u wife Dr rs thd Slllce and her husband Barber and oclock John G John N Ie cenc s ip tl lIghtssome tIon that glow and un dulatn perfect weetl1rounded elJ t o i j Flags through the chanted Mrs r rs treat li t f fa Married r and f tetenully You MC anxi GUS to have the child fat limb and feaWw M yourself and remember that on condition of aad body depends its future happiness 3r itsifee you may escape usual discomforts of Mothers Friend eases the ncr ves relaxes the muscles and softens the abdominal tissues co that they rive with the pressure from expanding organ It costs fiver bottle TfIC PIIADFI ELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA A Ltl as our r f lac the lt hod 1 oJ fr keep Writeus trelseon a tliTiicfl Co ebb as mrdnfsfit 110 efforts were spared to keep the spark of life jrlowlns of York arrived at the at H4 oclock George Urban was waiting for him and drove at a breakneck pace to the Milburn house He was shown to the room at once and began examination of the almost inanimate form s Secretary of the Navy Long arrlv d at the house at 1206 This was his first visit to the city and he had the extreme satisfaction of seeing the president alive even though he was not visitors presence Secretary Long was visibly affected Shortly after midnight the presidents breathing was hardly perceptible His had practically ceased and were cold It was recognized Aliat nothing remained but the last and some of the friends of the family who had remained through the day began to leave the house not caring to pros ent at the final scene The members oi ute family with the exception of the bereaved wife at the death bed Mrs McKinley was In an room Dr Rlxey was the only physician present actual death occurred about 2 oclock it being understood that Dr Rixey delayed the announcement mo mentarily to assure himself The announcement of the to those waiting below was postponed until the members ot the family had withdrawn Through Secretary Cortelyou the waiting newspaper men received the notification In a trice there was keenest oh the broad avenue but there was no semblance of disorder Vice President Roosevelt had been no titled early in the day of the critical state of affairs There was no longer a doubt that in the approaching death of the president a complete change In the execu tive administration of the government would ensue Milburn House Buffalo Sept 16 Long before the hour set for the funeral ser vices over the remains of the late Presi dent McKinley the vicinity of the Mil burn house was astir with preparations- At 1030 oclock the military and naval detachments took temporary station on West Ferry street immediately around the corner from the Milburn house The national guard of the state of New York command of Cap Rowland Then the trapping of the military arm of the gave way to those of the United States navy as 50 men from the United States gunboat Michigan under command ot Col L T Mlnnix swung into position along side their military brethren in arms After them came the blue jackets with open throated shirts their loose black neck scarfs in sailor knots with yellow leggins and sailor hats The en tire military and naval force formed in company en West Ferry street and there awaited the time for the services to be gin Meantime the members of the cabinet officials high in the government service and near friends of the martyred presi dent began to fill the walks leading up to the entrance of the Milburn residence They came sperarately and In groups some walking while those in carriages were admitted within the roped to the curb Two and two a long line of men of dig nified bearing marched pp to see the house the foreign commissioners sent to the exposition and after them the state commissioners With the foreigners was a colonel of the Mexican in his full uniform of black with scarlet stripes and capIt before the opening of the service when a covered barouche drove up to the house bringing President Roosevelt and Mr and Mrs WIlcox at whose home he Is a guest Within the house of death was woe unspeakable In the drawing room to the right of the hall as President Roosevelt entered the dead chieftain was stretched upon his bier His head was to the rising sun On his face was written the story of the Christian forbearance with which he had met his martyrdom Only the thinness of his face bore mute testimony to the patient suffering he had He was as he always was in life The black frock coat was buttoned across the breast where the first bullet of the assassin had struck The black string tie below the standing collar showed the little triangle ot white shirt front He looked millions of his countrymen have seen him save for one The little badge of the Loyal Legion the only decoration he ever wore which was in the left lapel of his cont was missing And those who re marked it spoke of it and after the was taken to the city hall the little badge which he prized through life was placed again where it had always been body lay In a black casket on a black bearskin rug Over the lower limbs was flung the starry banner he had loved so well The flowers were few as befit ted the simple nature of the man A spray of white chrysanthemums a flam ing bunch of blood red American beauty roses and a magnificent bunch of violets were on the casket That was all Be hind the head against a pier mirror be tween the two curtained windows rested two superb wreaths white asters and roses These were the only flowers in the roomThe family had taken leave of their loved one before the others arrived Mrs the poor grief crushed widow had been led into the chamber by her phy sician Dr Rixey and had sat alone with had supported and comforted her through all their years of wedded life her support was she had not broken down Dry eyed she gazed upon him and fondled his fact She did not seem to realize that the head of the stairs where she could hear the services Just before 11 oclock President Roose velt entered coming into the room from neous movement In the room as the pres ident appeared The procession was still passing from the south side around the head of the casket and back between it and the members of the cabinet seated at its side Every one rose and all yes were turned toward the president He moved forward again with the tide of the procession to his place at the head of the line of cabinet officers He held him self erect his left hand carrying his silk hat Those who were coming toward him fell back on either side to let him pass He too seemed to be restraining a great grief When Roosevelt reached the head of the line of cabinet officers he kept his face away from the casket The infantrymen guarding the dead stood before him as a statue Although the commanderinckief until he could have touched soldier did not salute The president appeared to be steeling him self for Ii look into the face of him whose death had made him the first ruler world The tension in the room was great one seemed to be wait ing The minister of the Gospel stood with the Book In his ready to begin Perhaps it might have been 60 seconds It seemed longer Then the president turned and sameitlme one step He bowed and looked down upon the man whose burden and responsibility he had taken up Long he gazed standing save a twitching of muscles of the chin as he labored with heavy breath to repress his emotion At last he back pastor was at the door leading into the hall a station whence his words could be heard at the head of the stairs The signal was given and there Welled out from the hall the beautiful words of hymn time singing ended the clergyman read from the word of the Fifteenth of the First Corinthians Again theSvoice rose with the words of Near eiv My God to Thee As the musicdied away the pastor spoke again us he said Ills prayer was as follows God our help In ages past years Our shelter from the stormy blast And pur eternal We Thy humbly beseech Thee manifestations favor as we come Into Thy presence We laud magnify Thy holy name and praise Thee all Thy goodness Be merciful unto us and us as will be done In this dark of our troubled souls 0 God and give it ifJ jn n die he shall live We praise Thee forJesus Christ Thy Son our and elder brother that He came to life and immortality to light and be cause He we shall also We thank Thee that death Is victory thatto die Is gain Have upon jus n this ibfsTby we believe Jn Thee we trust God forever We thank Thee for the unsulr lied life of servant our martyred president whom Thou hast to his coronation and we pray for the final t all the divine principles he stood while he lived and which were baptized by his blood In his deathw I roaciC ri cI t oclock of his extremities were news companiesfromser- vice enclosure arm ot byDrpassIngbehindInto of the quartette iOu arid iiJwith overwhelminG sorrow we come t he and pardon anc1 to abide with us till the dawning Speak tus In this hour of grief thepeaeeand qUiet e teat telIOb k1g sigh and ldbst asoure rc Theeourof pure character and tree government r f L 9t c 0 struggle excitement approached him his head immovable stepped L to some servants 1s for our doubtsand fearsfaltering afaith a1 one us say Tb grief unutterable Thy presence on- carilafformi Thou f the heart aviot4r Lore and oC for u blussinij 1 1 solution upon all those who wora asso ciated with in the administration of the affairs of the government especially vouchsafe Thy presence to servant who has been suddenly called to assume 0 God bless our dear nation andguide the ship of state through stormy seas help people to be brave to tight the battles of the and wise to solve all the problems of freedom Graciously hear us for comforting to rest upon the circle of this sorrow most heavily falls Ac ow and may she fear no evil because Thou art with her All these things we ask In the name of Jesus Christ tmrLord who has taughtus when we pray to say our Fatherart In Heaven hallowed be Thy name Thy kingdom Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven Give us this day daily bread and Us our trespasses as we forgive those who tresspass against us and lead May the Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ the love of God the Father and communion of the spirit be with us all ever more Amen magIstrate sustainThine promIsed our usfromforeverAmen come forgive qiiehan o oi flic Marble City banks of the shining Potomac the na tions martyred president Monday made his last the seat of govern meat over which he presided for four and onehalf years The whole country seenicd to have drained its population ut the sides of the track over which the funeral trajn passed The thin lines through the mountains and the sparsely settled districts thickened at the hamlets covered acres in towns grown to the proportions of re spectable cities and wore into vast multitudes in the larger cities York wns suspended In field and mine and city The schools were dismissed and appeared trappings and tokens of woo A million Hags at halfmast dotted the hillside and valley and form ed a thicket of color over the cities and from almost every banner streamed a bit of crepe The stations were heavy with the black symbols of mourning At several places Willlatnsport Har risburg and Baltimore the clinics Cardinal Newmans grand hymn Taken all together the journey home wns the most remarKable demonstration of universal personal sorrow since Lin coIn was borne to his grave of those wno came to pay their last tribute to the dead had an opportunity to catch a glimpse of the flagcovered bier elevated to in the observation car at the rear end of the train There were no other bit of color to catch the eye on this train of death u played Everyone Iew Va the to suddenly everywhere PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT AU present joined in the Lords prayer us the minister repeated it President Roosevelts voice being audible at the back of the room The service concluded with a simple benediction The funeral director was to step forward to place the cover on the casket when there was a movement behind Gov Odell Senator Hanna who had risen saw that the last opportunity to look Into the countenance of his dead friend had come Pressing forward in an in stant he was at the side of the casket and bending over and looking down into it Almost two minutes passed and then lie turned away and the coffin was closed Col Bingham signalled the body bear ers Four sailors two infantry sergeants and two artillery sergeants bore the cas K t mutt ana out or tne nouse Tne cabinet arid the others followed it Mrs McKinley and the members of the remained The widow had through the ordeal bravely and without breaking down The trained nurses and the personal attendants of the president gathered the side porch to see the tody taken the moment the casket appeared Nearer My God to Thee ascended In subdued strains from one of the military bands Tenderly the bearers lowered the The notes of Chopins funeral succeeded the hymn Tho soldiers and sailors swung into and took up march southward toward the city hall President Roosevelt came from the house almost immediately following the casket and arm arm Secretary Rout moved through the aisle of people He entered carriage Mr Root and with Attorney General Knox and with Postmaster General Smith who had followed The presidential carriage fell in Immediately back of the military escort In the second were Secretary Long Secretary Hitchcock Wilson and Secre tary Cortelyou Maj Gen Brooke was In the carriage and Rev Dr Locke and his wife In the fourth In this order space of 100 feet and then came the hearse bearing the dead president At the of each of the leading horses apolice officer walked with a hand at the r each side of the hearse walked a detachment of soldiers and sailors four picked men from the army and marinecorps on the right and as many more blue jackets under Lieut Ebony on the left Immediately back of the hearse a score of G A R veterans who had been assigned to this ppst of honor fell In two minutes it was mining hard The long line of troops took their post tions at attention The casket was lifted from the hearse to the shoulders of the sailors and marines and was borne Into Buffalos official home Outside there was not a man so far as could be seen who mild not stand defying the elements witn hat removed respecting his dead presi dent Inside with steps impressively slow and measured bearers made iheir way to the catafalque A moment later the body of President was lying In state At 3225 oclock exactly the police were notified that the body could be by the people A minute later and the first of the long line came through the doors Solemn vlsaged in silence they moved past the bier to view the face of the president Old men and weak women and strong men and children leaders of men and these classes were represented In the throng that filed past first hour the people passed the catafalque at the rate of to tho mmuce rney seemed as ICe afternoon to come more rapidly Outside the lines were amazing in their dimen The long line passed out Frank ln streetjyej I T e grewjargervuntil those in tTvaailecJde leave with a constant up of the broad entrance Into bier the atJmidnfght It es llmated jieoplehad viewed the oiM restlllrli streets ssrThe Ih7 hall untilMonday morning It then itaken to relative and Of dead preslt able to support her trying part In the inginn Buffalo t e AllegHenies I sud lien I pres- Ident f awa placedItcol- umns first carriage Afterthese bridleOn slowlyInto licKIn y laborersall 1 Oli Ions ro the h O te many Then tTee wen I dense pl an tltOOl and pas d eJ1 rejcloeed r but PPolnted e la clt ztke esc attq nera n pf soy l carl starred for ds qen a UpI F iH Mc servIcesWill be 15t te Wa8hi gt 11pt i7 Thro1ig V ltV ot s fro uP ove Io 10 y WI r i n 0 t i t 1 ff i miiy y so iwgitingthoiisanids to thiclt71lmafl open for th flowed steps t1 was Ily t andS3O train 5D Washington Mrs eabinet and the u the Mrs her physician Qhk all S S the locomotive shrouded in olacR curtains of the cars in which set the lonelyHt rickcn widow the relatives of the president cabinet and others wero drawn The whole black train was like a shuttered house save for that hindmost car where the body lay guard ed by ft soldier of the army and a sailor of the navy All day the train was preceded about 15 minutes by a pilot engine sent ahead to test the bridges and switches and prevent the possibility of accident to the precious burden it carried The train had time right of way over everything Not a wheel moved on the Pennsylva ala railroad system 30 minutes before the pilot engine was clue or for the same length of time after the train had General Superintendent J B had sent out explicit instructions covering every detail The order con cludedKvery precaution must be taken by all employes tQ make this certain Mrs McKinley stood the strain of the trying ordeal following the death of the president without breaking down and her physician Pr iu encouraged to believe that she will go through the state cermpnihl without collapse followed a period of depression but Dr Rixey her to sleep Monday afternoon Now that she has gone feel there is little serious danger of immediate collapse Their dread is for the future when the nerve tension of tho present ordeal is over and when the widow Is back alone In the old house at Canton with the flood of recollection and realization that must come upon herThe remains of President McKinley Monday night laid in the east room of for her dead in the family apartments that now bring back but the saddest of memoriesWhen train arrived the casket was removed from the observation car One of the large windows was lowered at the side and slowly and carefully the casket was out time opening and tenderly received upon the bent shoul the right and four tailors on the left themselves under their burden they walled slowly towards the hearse Before the casket marched four officers Maj Parker Col BingHam side and In the entrance stood with un covered heads the remains were carried to Sixth Street and placed In the hearse As tho casket emerged a bugle note rose clearly and taps ring out That was the subject that broke time dead silence Just the entrance to the station President Roosevelt with the members of the cabinet had paused and had taken station so as to leave a broadspace for the general ranged on the sidewalk in double rows opposite each other and stood with heads as corpse was carried to the hearse and drawn up at the side of the gate The The hearse bearing the third martyred and those accompanying him In thepresidents beside Mr Rbosevelt were Secretaries and Gage and Cowlcs Secretaries Hitch pock Attorney General Knox and Post inaster General Smith followed In an other carriage while Secretary Wilson Secretary Long and Senators Hanna nd Fairbanks drove behind In other carriages citi zens coming from officers of followedThehe procession swept from the Sixth station Pennsylvania avenue a deeply Impressive was presented thoroughfare was bung The and stripes furled anti knot ted with from hundreds of windows gleamed scores of electric lights defining sharply each detail of the scene Banked ron both sides of the avpnue Sixth street to executive man4 slon were tens of thousands of people They had come their tq memory of their president With and murmur ofpound the people watched with last homecorning of President was r Q mu tie Amid of the great crowds heard A 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army and navy officers who informally received the body at the railroad station It was about half past nine when the head of the procession reached the white house grounds and turned into the drive wayIt was with simple ceremony and a silence that fitted sadness of occasion that the body of the late president was borne up cia avenue to the wnite house and laidupon the bier in the great east room where he had stood so often In the pride of his manhood to receive the greetings of the common people he loved better than himself character iu recognition of the fact that the president was the cammanderinchiefo States army and navy Nowhere was there a show of civilian The streets about the sta tion were filled with mounted troops and tho station Itself was occupied by uniformsItavenue that led to the white house There the people strained and crowded in a vast against the stiff wire ropes which restrained them from the space marked out for the line of the pro cession The silence that marked the progress of the funeral party through the capital was profound The people as a whole did not talk even In ing and striving against the ropes to see time mournful cortege which swept slowly along A COLLECTIVE NAME Herein n Sensible amid Simple of n Problem of LOUS StnmliiiK Every once in awhile comes a from some one for a collective name for the United States but con gress pays no attention to such de mends and the people seem very well satisfied xvith the present designation of our conn fry although it iTuies some times avkward expressions in the way of derivatives said the man on the South side car according to the Chicago Inter Ocean To avoid this the word America is generally substi tuted for United States although the name properly belongs to the whole continent and Canadians Mexicans Cubans etc have the same right to be called Americans as we have Such names as Columbia Usonia etc have been selected as such col lective names but it would appear that we have a better name right in the initials of United States and which are in such common use as to be to all Why not call the country Us The name is short expressive and has a sort of Biblical sound quite pleasing to the ear It rhymes with fuss buss mss muss and numerous other words existing or coinable and could not be mistaken for any other country It has an egotistic soundand significance rather pleasing to the average citizen and would no doubt be readily The people would be either Usites or Usses or perhaps Usians and the collective name cranks would be silenced SS 1 me iiV rf detachment immediately th asthere agitationIn I Solution demand prod Lice familiar acceptable New Fast Train TO COLORADO UTAH AND THE Pacific Coast In effect Sunday May 10 The new train will leave St Louis at 9am daily Evening train to same points 1010 pin daily Double daily Only line witnout change of sleeping car to San Francisco tickets now on sale For further Information address Tar Agent Louisville Ky Geal Paasenger and TickotAgtfStl Loaia ro nGT J i t 1 S j5 service Excursion MATThEWS raw mU CTOWICSEND LAN03AM Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing general Real Estate business we offer our services to the public bothto those who wish to hits and those who wish to sell whohave farms or other real estate they wish to sell will please call at thelaw office of R Davidson over Stormes drug store and list their released etc Without extra charge- If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to your advantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady listed with us t DAVIDSON a L theCENTRALindirectly Ii 1 hose Nol House and Lot in McCreary Ky Fine location Doc tor or Merchant A new and very convenient onestory frame house four rooms vurundas antI a summer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the way of outbuildings barn buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry bed and a nice young orchard splendid cistern stock pond that never fails Everything is new and convenient Price is right and tirins easy No 2 Vacant Lot in Lancaster This Prop rty is Cheap and will go Quick On East side of Still street 70 feet front mill 325 feet deep or 4i feet deep if desired a part of the Dr OP Hill property Splendid build lug site for a nice residence in a good neigh borhood and one of the Let residence portions of the town in desirable location in every particular No 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser Ou East side of lUll street adjacent to item No 70 feet front on Hill street 3i5 feet deep or 425 feet deep if so desired a part of the Dr O P Hill place Good locaion in ex celleut neighborhood building site good mind commanding No 1 Farm of 52 Acres on Mid dIe Fork of Sugar Creek 4 Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Placs Much of the laud has been in grass but is now under cultivation 20 acres of good tobacca or hemp laud the rest Is rich emitS productive ever failing water and fencing in good repair Laud has been well treated story box house 4 rooms and a porch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat No 9 House and LotinDanville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street 100 feet front 417 feet deep Nice residences lire building all around this property proper ty in this location is always salable No 17 Farm of 158 Acres in Bend ofKentucky River In Garrard couuty about tj miles north of Buena Vista under good fence with plenty of water 25 acres in apple orchard good peach orchard C room twostory house in good re pairs and all necessary outbuildings Laud iu Iolleys Bend is fast increasing In value No 19 Farm Containing 3 12 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles South of Bryantsville and About S miles from Lancaster All good stroug land very under good fence slid abundantly watered Dwelling house is 2 storys 6 rooms two tenant good barn ice house all other necessary out buildings are on the place to church good school and well fitted for stock raising No 20 Farm Containing 160 acres about 2 miles from Carters vile in Garrard county And of a mile from Copper Cteck pike SO 01 IK acres in grass good corn and tobocco lund watered by pools and creek never fail under good 2 story house containing 8 rooms with back aud porches und good sulphur well at door 2 burns tock and tobac latter 3ix40xli Church wiihiit 1 mile of residence ond school withIn of a mile A rnouey making farm nicely situated No 14 600 Acres oi Coal and Timber Land in Pulaski County Ky About 25 miles South of Somerset and near to and East of Flat River on the Cincinuut Southern Railroad This laud is rich in Coal jf a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut aud Cedar upon it No 13 House and Lot near Sul phur Well Lowell KentuckyT- wo story frame house containing 5 rooms upper and lower hallways all necessary out buildings Place in good repair and healthy location Will trade for house and lot in Lan I for hall way shorta 1 Poll s cry ami 0 I I eastem suds 2 3 For further particulars write to or call on R 1 Davidson LawOffice over Stormed store R No Farm of 50 Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek Just across time Garrard and Itoctcnstle line All bottom land level aud productive never failing stock water 1 story leg houteand all necessary outbuildings 1osstssiou given af ter April 1st 1901 Irice within tIme reach of men of moderate means No 10 House and Lot in Lancas ter on North side of Dan ville Avenue Known is time old Franklin Institute prop erty Lot is US feet front ou Danville Avenuu maid 19S feet iu depth House Is a twostory frame buildings large commodious and eon veniently arranged iu every particular has 1C rooms hallway kitchen arid front veruuda both inside anti outside stairways rooms large and house wel ventilated House has been lately remodeled and extensively im proved anti place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient bonnie and all at a rock bottom price Possession given when desired No 11 Farm of 108 Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the Kirksville Pike Very fertile and productive 75 acres ofsplen did hemp or tobacco laud 75 acres in balance under cultivation watered by never failing springs Place is iu good repair House 1M stories containing 6 rooms porch aud Sat ticed porches good cistern good boxed log barn mind good outbuilding Very flue and well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A Hue farm of moderate size No 12 Farm of 81 Acres Two Miles from Lancaster near the Buckeye Pike ftl acres in grassbalance under good strong laud iu good repair awl watered by never fulling springs Two story frame house 6 rooms stat necessary outbuildings One of the largest and best barus iu thetry Buildings are comparatively new orchards A very desirable farm near Town and iu good locality No DanvilleKyEast Maui Street House hiss 8 large rooms front above and below back ball varonda hand somely finished Inside anti conveniently con structed large bath room complete outfit of V fixtures for water and gas cistern large stableand all other convenient outbuildings Lot Is lot feet front i 7fiet in depth nice stable lotand large garden Is a good residence portion of Danville This property speaks for Itself NolG Farm of 30 Acres at Lo gana Jessamine County Kentucky One of the prettiest country residences in the flue Grass Region with SO acres of fertile land attached situated at Logaua in Jessa mine county Ky 5 miles fruits Xlcholaaville on a good turnpike and near raihoad 5 room cottage house magniflcient barn and every kind of convenient outbuildings good water everything in good repair Good location for doctor or dairy man No 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres on Head Waters of Drakes Creek in Garrard 1 mile from Lawsons school house a milefront Good Hope Baptist church cultivation balance in grass good pasture land under good fence anti watered by never failing splnss and ponds 12 acres iu orchardin fruiting prime best varieties iu all kinds of fruit Good story cottage house nicely finished and conveniently arranged wish a storeroom S xJO feet adjoining it Post office known as Flatwoods Is kept at the store antiIs an excellent location for a country store A good place for a coming merchant to make money and make it fast No 5 Farm ofSG Acres OH the Sugar Creek Pike 2 miles from Lancaster 55 acres under cultivation 25 acres of which have been sown iu omits and grass 25 acres of fine tobacco or hemp laud brings line wheat and corn remainder in grass Stork water in abundance Sufficient throughout last years drouth large wellselected orchard just fruit ing whole place under good fence 5room cottage residence barn ice house and all outbuildings splendid cistern etc Well worth what we want lot It 6 grass large coumu 2 hallway t Sacres anther necessary Louis Landrail Central Record office