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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 7, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898010701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 7, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOLUME VIII. Entered at the Pott Office in ipnauter, Ky., as Second Class Hatter. 1 NUMBER PUBLISHED WEEKLr BY LOUIS LANDRAM, Cur. Public Square and Danville Avenue. LANCASTER, KY., FPIDAY, IIN JANUARY, 7. 1898. Death ofJilss Luclle AVelsIger. One of the saddest deaths in Lancaster for some time, was that of Miss Lucile Weisiger, which occurred Sun day night at 10 o'clock. She had suff- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: $1.00 oer Year in Adcance. V HEATING STOVES i AINU ABOU 1 LAINwr Carl Ilcrrman 1 IbK. Concert at Court House tonight The Masonic Lodge meets Monday , night. All accounts due January 1st R. Stone. A. at Court House to night All kinds of fancy new evaporated 1 . Largest Stock WE HAVE Headquarters for Florida oranges at Gaines. fruits at Gaines'. January 1st, '93 and after, I will.sell R. A. Stone. strictly for cash. Butler Fox and family have moved to the Cotton property on Richmond 1. Fresh barrel of New Orleans Gaines. molas-a- t street S. T. o - EVER HAl. Evans has moved-tthe store Towels -- and .Queensware at"costiat- Toonrin"frorit of Mrs. Hardens on & T. Evans. Richmond street. Miss Amanda Anderson will open a One Minute Cough Cure cures quick select school at Mr. Bjn Lear's, Jan- lv. That's what you want! Stormes' uary 17th. Drug Store lm S. D. J.R.Haselden, Lancaster, 4 Col yt.G. Welch. Stanford. 8 Will! Attorneys at Law, LANCASTER, KY. Roth well and family have Flense Head. into their new residence on I would like to do your plain sewYork street. ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. Ky. line of buggies Just received a large The Ladies Aid. and phaetons, prices lower than you The Ladies Aid Society will meet V. I. William?, will lind anywheiv. W. J. Eomans. with Mrs. Luciuda Greenleaf Saturday Lancaster. afternoon. Murdered at Marcellus. The expense account of farmers, hy Come and see my furniture and get grinding plow points at C. K. Poindex-ter's- . my prices before buj'ing. A surprise is in store for you. They are so cheap. R. A. Stone. New lot just received. I'or Kent. moved nov-23-t- f. All business attended to promptly. W. H. LACKEY Successor to Lackey & 1 I Gulley. First-Clas- s LIVERY STABLE. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN- - I ASK ALL WIld Qwe Me To call and settle. My bills in the city are due and I must have Please remem what is due me. ber that I mean this card for all who owe me. MISS SALLIE TILLETT. FIRE ajjgjMMCK 1 SPRINGFIELD FIEE AED MAEINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK. CO Robinson & Hamilton Agts Lancaster, Office over Post Office. Kentucky. : :: if. $HEW LIVEBY. 9i i S I have purchased the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the I Very Best Rigs a on- - the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers. RICE BENGE. ELECTION. The annual meeting of the Stockholders in the National Rank of Lancaster for the election of directors to serve the ensuing year will be held at its office on January 11, 1898, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m. W. H KINNAIRD, Cashier. Dec. 2nd 1897. ELECTION NOTICE. S7 There will be a meeting of the shareholders of the Citizens National Bank held in their office, la Lancaster, Ky., between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m. on Tuesday, January 11, 1898, for the purpose of electlug a .Board of Directors to serve the ensuing year. B. F. HUDSON, Cashier. Dec. ind 1897. tyS BEAZLEY, Tsetb ailed aad extracted wish out nain. Crown and Brldce WnrtumUlw. Oflse over. J. S. fiaseldes's birtnrt stare, aeit jo. Oosrt Mease, JDENTI8T. The tollgatc dwelling on Danville Countj Attorney Owsley traded pike, near Lancaster. For particulars rooms with Miss Lusk, superintend apply to J. W. Miller or J. S. Robin- ent, and she occupies the front one in son, tf the city building, while his office is in rear. Pay cash and save money. You the a difference we have no idea what SoIdierH Still On Guard. just State troops still guard the toll gate feel when we see the money, It A. Stone. between here and Danville. Adjutant can't "weigh light" General Collier is quoted as saying Itourbon Steam Laundry. that they will be kept there until the Miss O.ivia Sweeney is agent for the road is either purchased or leased by llourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your Boyle county. tf orders at Sweeney's store. Fnntngraph llurneil Out. The electric light people have so The plant of the Richmond Panta-grap- h many orders for lights that their men was totally destroyed by fire hardly have a breathing spell. They last week. We do not know whether arc hustlers though, and are pushing Mr. Adams will put in another one or the work. not, but The Rkoiw joins that pa. per's many admirers in wishing that Mull-.Sealskin he will resume its publication. A sealskin muff was left at McRot-er- t' Strayed drug store a few days since, which the owner can have by proving propFrom my pasture, on House place, erty and for this notice. steer, about Dec. 15, one red weight about S5D. L'bcral reward for Itoy Wanted. return. Leave any information with If an honest, honorable boy, about T. B Walker. 14 to 10 years of age, one who will not E. T. Pence. steal time and whose cymbliiig head Jailer l!oss. is not too full of girls, will apply at Jailer David Ros movcl into his The Rkcokd oflioe at once, lie may new quarters and took possession learn something to his interest. Monday. "The David" is a mighty New Law Firm, clever fellow and one who sticks to his Col. W. G. Welch, of Stanford, and friends. His administration is as sure Mr. V. I. Williams, of this city, have of success as a nickle is for a beer in a formed a partnership for the practice local option town. of law. Col. Welcn will remafh in Oliver Jarvis Dead. Stanford, but will come here when ocOliver B. Jarvis, son of W. B. Jarvis, casion demanls. The fi m is a strong one and will doubtless soon build up a was found dead in his bed the morn ing of the 27th. Death was caused from lucrative practice. cpilepisy. Oliver was 24 years old. Lung soreness is a forerunner of The funeral was conducted at his serious trouble. I: you feel the slight- fathers resident by Rev. Clark, of the est indication, Dr. Bell's Pine Tar M. E. South, at 10 o'clock a. m. the Honey will allay the inllamation and 28th, after which the remains were prevent further progress of the dis- taken to Guns Chapel for interment ease. Is is the most efficient means of New City Council. curing coughs, colds and bronchial afThe new City Council was sworn in fections found in the annals of mediMonday and organized Monday night cine. Owing to the illness of a membcr,noth-in- g was done toward making the sev Masons Elect Officers. At the annual election of officers for eral appointments. There are several Lancaster Lodge 104, F. & A. M., the applicants for marshal, while candidfollowing brethren were chosen: Louis ates for attorney are thicker than fidLandram, W. M., Jacob Joseph, S. W., dlers in hades. There is no onnosi- and there W. B. Mason, J. W R. Kinnaird, Sec- tion to clerk Wherritt, retary, G. S Gre'enleaf, S. D , J. llas- - should be none, for he is worthy, com petent, and deserves the place. The elden, J. D M. P. Prewitt, S. & T. Council will meet in a few days and elect officers, appoint their commit Train Taken Off. The night train, which was such a tees, and then buckle down for a fair, convenience to our people, has been square, economical administration. discontinued. We only have one train Jletter Keep Him. each way a day now, and, in conseWe understand there is a probabili quence the livery stables are doing a of ty, or possibility, of the local Baptist much better business. the travel xroin r,auc:ibier either talco? church discontitiuincr their engaere- the L. & N. at Stanford, or the Q. & ment of Rev. T. H. Campbell We C, at Danville. , sincerely hope that such is not the case. Mr Campbell is a man who is a To My Friends. benefit to any community andone who I wish to extend my thanks to mj wr.ulprove a benefit to all society. The frien&s who gave me such a nica people, irrespective of denominations, "Christmas surpris"," and also to these iwant him, and we hope that some who have helped me, and have been steps will be takentp retain him. He s so kind to me in other ways. Dar is a man who wiutt friends, it is impossible for ma to ex- he preaches," and is a true christian press my appreciation and gratitude in every sense of the word. to you for your kindness to me during Good One on Millard. the past year. I wish you all a Happy While in Danville the other ,'jiaj, and prosperous New Year. Yourhum-bl- e Millard West, the handsome and popfriend, Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. ular clerk at Logan & Robinson's, The Post Office Fight. stepped into Robertson & F&rris' esMuch interest is now being taken by tablishment to whisper a few good the applicants for the Lancaster post- - words into the ears of a pretty young office. The two former applicants. lady acquaintance who was making Messrs. W. K. Shugars and E. W. Har- some purchases. A "dummy" in the ris, now have opposition in Mr., W. T. form of an iron negro boy sits on the West Shugars claims to have the un counter 'and Millard, growing more qualified promises of "the powers that serious, remarked to the young lady, be" and was so confident of success "Come; let's get where that devilish will not at that he has not reentered any kind of negro boythey keeplaugh an us. Wop. der why impudent such business since resigning his place with little black wretch in here?" Mr. J, E. Stormes some time since. It Look At Tills. is said that Congressman Davison is Boots and Shoes mended on the inclined to leave the matter wholly with Gov. Bradley, as this is the gov shortest notice, For Cash, by T. J. v Hatcher. ernor's old borne. Many seem to think Of all. the trades from East to West, The Cobbler's pass contending, that Mr. West has the best chancr,and He's like in time to prove the best, some are willing to bet on Harris., Titr "Who every day is mending. Record hopes that whoever "gets it Haw great bis praiser how he can mead, The sole of ail bis Bvlfjibqrs. will- keep it. Bp to ifav present Taif k . . ,B's always watchfal effiis ea4, , standard. . Aac Q his last be labors.' Z,. , I seats. pa-inNine-tenteertalBly-"practice- S. T. Evans handles the Nig Spencer Mason Ilotsl, ' tobacco. The Record is pleased to note that If you want groceries at cost go to Mrs. Simpson will have charge of the Mason Hotel again this year. Under S. T. Evans. her able supervision the hotel has 200,000 trick for. sale. Greening & built up a splendid trade, and its pat Pence, Stanford, Ky. rons are loud in their praise of the ex cellent fair and treatment received wool suits at there. She tells The Record that she Don't fail to see my all $0.50, and overcoats at $7 and SS.50. appreciates the many kindnesses ex M. D. Hughes, Agt tended her by the people, and hopes by renewed efforts to continue to re Cheapest house on earth. S. T. Ev- ceive their patronage. ans. Call and try him. Richmond street. Premium and Keductlon. Small profits, low prices, good Lookout for the big auction of la- and superior quality of goods fits have dies' cloaks on the street county court swelled my number of sales. Come ' day. and examine for yourselves. Compe- For the nexVtbirty aviysytitf'cStr'get unheard of prices in buggies, surries I only give a chance for a fine pair of pants, for every five dollars worth W. J. Remans. and road wagons. purchased, but I will sell anything I The shortest days of the year are on have at a reduction of 5 per cent, from us. "As the days begin to lengthen my rock bottom prices, from now unthe cold begins to strengthen," is an til January 1st, 1893. This will make prices lower than the the lowest Some old proverb. of your best citizens say that they We have some fancy goods left over have saved money by buying of me, we from the Christmas sales which but I don't sell them often; on account are closing out at cost to clean out the of the long wearing qualities of the Thompson The Jeweler. stock. M. D. Hughes, Agent goods. All accounts not paid by January 10 A "Swear ofT' that Stuck. will be placed with an officer for col Exactly twenty years ago on Mon money, and you day, December C, George T. Farris, lection. I need R. A. Stone. know it now state senator-electhen a young man, with a bottle of whisky and a Corn 'Wanted. as his companions, atIf parties wishing to sell corn will bring it to me at once, I will buy same. tended the famous temperance revival held in the Richmond courthouse by J. W. Miller, Mgr. Pilgrimage Dis the noted lecturer, Wenzell, says the tillery. Richmond Climax. Among the four Muccahceg Look. hundred people who went forward and You are wanted at the hall, this signed the pledge was this same George (Friday) evening, as there are matters Farris, armed and equipped as above of importance to be attended to. Be mentioned. And to this hour and minute he has never violated the oath there. he took, and never parts with the Misses Sallie and Martha Tillett card which he signed on that Decemhave taken possession of the "Lancas- ber night in 1S77. Not only has he ter Hotel" on Danvil.e street, and will successfully battled tho temptation to continue to keep same open to the drink strong intoxicants, whisky, public. wine, etc, but such harmless (?) beverages as beer and c'der have never" New ltlacksuiith Shop. Horses shod, since touched his lips. On Danville street 03 cents cash. All kinds of repairing The Fike Question. done. The committee sent to Frankfort Ned Bnrdett & Co. t appeared before the Sinking Fund Commissioners on last Friday and ofBargains. fered them S14.003 for their interest in Strictly for cash, we will sell the Lexington road lying in Garrard coffee at 10c per pound, grancounty, which was refused. The folsugar 18 lbs. S1.0J, candies, 5 ulated lowing roads have been bought at the and 0 cents per pound, Xmas presents committee's estimate : Hiattsvillc and body. U. S. Gaines. to suit every Kirksville, SjOO; Buckeye, S'2,397; road, $753; Poor Ridge, S500; Mt. For Kent. Hebron, ireej Bnena Vista, $500. The Two story brick store house, on companies iu the county refused Southeast corner Public Square, for- other merly occupied by W. R. Robinson fc the offers made, as estimated by the committee, and have replaced their Bro. Also ware room on lot adjoining gates. Only one road, so far, the National Bank. Mrs. W. R. Robinson. Richmond, has applied for guards.and Dec. 17 tf the County Judge furnished two for Prosperity comes quickest to the man each gate. It is hard to tell now, just what will be done. The court relies whose liver is in good condition. Little Early Risers are famous upon its committee's estimate as being little pills for constipation, bilious- perfectly reasonable as to prices for ness, indegestion and all stomach and the roads, and the stockholders say Drug nay. So there's the situation in a nutStormes' troubles. liver shell. The Record hopes that everylm Store. thing will be amicably settled, and Boy Honored. Lancaster that, too, soon. Johnnie Norris, son of Charles NorL.vtek. Since the above was put in ris, was elected a page at Frankfort type, a committee from the Lexington Monday. Johnnie is a very bright road came in this (Thursday) afternoon boy and by his polite manner and in- and told the court that they were perdustrious habits made many friends fectly willing to meet the county half here, who are glad that he received way and do what would be the right the honor. Congratulations to you, thing by all concerned. We are inyoung man. formed by one who ought to know that the indications are very strong ltenton Ashley's Suit. Benton Ashley left yesterday for that the deal for this pike will be Louisville to prosecute his suit there closed tomorrow. As individual stockagainst a man for assault It will be holders own the controlling interest, say will knock the high mogul remembered that the man struck Ben their sinking fund commissioners at Frankton while the latter was not looking, east, west and crooked. So, you and wholly without provocation. As fort result, he was laid up for several see, later developments throw a much brighter light on the subject months and suffered a great deaL Goose Supper. Chance In Colored School. The local Masonic lodge enjoyed a The trustees of colored district "A" in town, have removed L. A. Leavell fine goose supper a few nights since. as teacher and placed in fuU charge The fowls were prepared under the R. W. Fletcher, assisted, by Willie B, kind supervision of Mrs. J. Joseph, Lackey. Th3 trustees, D.m Bogie, whose reputation for getting up excel' Frank Lackey and Geo. Tevls made lend and dainty dishes caused the the change because the former teach- brethren to await impatiently for the ers did not have 25 per cent of total supper hour to arrive. A few invited number of school children in the dis guests, and all masons in town whethtrict attending for 20 consecutive days er members of the lodge 'or not just past The teachers action was were on hand, and the way those geese disappeared was a sight to beapproved by the superintendent hold. Coffee, bread, celery, pickles; etc., were plentiful aad'all went home Eld. Gnwen's Appointment. E'.d. George Govven, of this city, has feeling that it wits, good to have been position of Literary Edi there. There were w,windy speeches tka' Ckriatian Guide, a naner which generally bldwaway the pleastor everything Vt1Wil, 1 fr, LxisvilleT- The publish ure of such ogsstloas, was carried t is) Mia tqaiet, unassumers ar gortaraass 1b secariag his ing way'frrMB'Masons have been as he. is. finely educated, well liOied for Uim stands of, years. The lo read aad has tk mental ability to 111 cal lougo n aooaea wun petitions, the place to the perfect satisfaction of but has "worlr at nearly every meet-- , ing. alL His new work will in no wise conflict with his duties here, and he FUedUerUp. will continue to fill the pulpit at the Our big cylender press got out of Christian church every Sunday during whack week before last, and we wrote to a type foundry to learn cost of send the year, ing a machinist n;re. "Five dollars per day for man and three dollars per A Hastier. day for his expenses' was the abrupt Chas. C Glass, Camp .Nelson, has reply scratched across bought of the Crow heirs the property our letter. Not having the bottom of enough cash at the mouth of Hickman, containing to hire him fgr even one day, we un15 acres, for $4,000, upon which he dertook th.e job ourselves, Like the took the olock will erect a large warehouse, coal ele- man whq enough pieces toapart, we soon had only vator and saw mH, and will also deal mane two presses, out to set notan enup in country produce of all kinds, Chas. tire new office. New springs, new Glass is regarded as one of the best bearings, tympan .b anket eta. weve young . business men in Jessamine ordere and the job of getting her to county and has been very successful. gether was undertaken. A ter four He kiliea tms year lor home trade 500 days of labor, study and poetry quoting, the last piece was gotten baik. hogs. Jessamine Journal. , She runs as smoothly as a sew and, if yon can't bow reid TO CURE A COLD IX ONE DAT. Take Laxetive Brorao Quinine Tablets. All this impression at a distance of fiftv yotr are ia need of the servjs Drarariats ref aad the money if It falls to Care. The Royal is the highest grade bmkUm hswwa. Actual testa show it goeaoa third farther than say other bras!. s ered for several months with throat trouble and was confined to her bed for some weeks. She would have been sixteen years old next April, and was an unusually bright and intelligent girl. She was an active member of the Presbyterian church and took a leading part in the Christian Endeavor and Sunday School. Her beautiful life should be an example for otherr. Appropriate funeral services were conducted at the family resilence Tuesday morning by Rev's. J. C. Randolph of her father, the late CoL Joe Weisi ger, in the Danville Cemetery. An appropriate tribute will ba prepared by the Christian Endeavor society and appear in next issue of The Record. In Memorial. In the morning of her life the sun went down and yet, not until her work was done. The fiowcr was too beauti ful and fragrant for earth's gardens. and the tender fingers of Providence plucked it and transplanted it above with "the rose of Sharon and the lilly of the valleys." The loss to church, home, mother and friends is irrepara- oie, and yet God's holy will is best. What a blessing her life has been to us all, short, yet it has by it's gentleness been indelibly stamped on our minus ana Hearts and the influence of such a lovely life will never die and never cease to draw heavenward. She being dead yet speaketh." "She id not dead, the child of our affection, But gone Into that school Where she no longer needs our poor protection. But Christ Himself doth rule. In that great cloister's stillness and seclusion, By gnunllan angels led. Safe from temptation, safe from sin's pollution. She lives whom we call dead." She spent her last hours in prayer and telling of Jesus "mitrhtv to save." And those present will never forget it or she seemed so close to her Savior POWDER ROYAL BAKINQ POWOCA CO., NCW YORK. A BOARDING HOUSE STORY. t, 7 2 Spil-ma- n its gloom, and brightened by a smile from the little saint's face. It was her desire to get well to tika care of her mother, but was alwa3s submis sive to Uods will. And just before she left us, she poured out her spirit in prayer to the "Lord Jesus to come quickly" and at 10 o'clock her prayer was answered for the Great Shepherd bore the gentle spirit of the lamb in His own bosom to the foi l above. "She hath escape 1 all danger now. Her pain and nghting ail are tied ; The crown or joy is on her brow. Eternal glories o'er her shed." II. N. F. A New Form of Personalities. that the death chamber was robbed of The old style of portraying famous people through a "sketch" of "biography" is to be modernized in a he Li- dirs Home Journal during 1S9& Five of the most prominent Americans have been ehosen for the departure: President McKinley, Mrs. Cleveland, Mark Twain, Jcseph Jefferson, and Thomas A. Edison. Each will have a special article, which will consist of about fifteen or twenty fresh, unpublished stories and anecdotes strung together, each anecdote showing some characteristic trail of presenting a different side of the subjeot. Tho idea is to show famous personalities through their own doings and sayings, and to make these articles accurate tho relatives and closest personal friends of the sub jects have assisted and given to the Journal the best stories and anecdotes within their own knowledge. Eaeh article will thus represent the .closest view of the one sketched. - "Ko author ship will be attached to" any of the ar ticles. TV.B. Smith's College, Lexington Ky., Is where hundreds of clerks, farmer boys and others have invested 00 for tuition and board for an education and are now getting Sl,O0O and over a year. 3 he Kentucky University under seal is presented graduates of this honored and responsible college. Read ad. and keep this notice for reference. Remember in order that your letters may reach this college to address only W. R. SMITH, Lexington, Ky. Most women reach a time of life and at which thev lake refuge in being merely brainy, or being considered so. I had not thought that the boarding house landlady would be attacked witb this fatal complaint, which can generally be warded oft by cookingand the elementary arithmetic of the grocer's book, but I had not outlived the stay of more than four hired girls when the landlady fell a victim to the disease. The first sign of it was a sudden and persistent fish diet and a pocket dictionary in her apron pocket She served the soup out with the manner of the president of Sorosis and her wrappez began to assume a d and literary air. But circumstances were against her. One day the table was graced by a red rose not of the calico and artificial type that decorated the reception room, smelling of patchouli and flaunting like a brazen woman, but a natural, and certainly one. "Say," said the hotel clerk, "this is gettin' Waldorfian, eh?" "I believe," said the landlady, " in feeding my boarders souls as well as their bodies." The landlady's gentleman friend from Toledo, 0., launched lumps of bread upon his turbulent soup. "Special rates for theological students?" he asked. "I mean the intellectual soul," said the landlady. "Serins to me it's only the newspaper woman who's gettin nny good out of this new deal," said the hotel clerk. "Each individual and his special requirements should be considered. Yes, nm'am. A switchback running upstairs for hotel clerks at night now, landing 'em safely at the bedroom door, would show consideration." "Pink lamp shades for the elderly ladies," murmured the typewriter. "Constant supply of credulous and frivolous young men boarders," retorted the elderly manicure lady, sharp- iy. "Don't forget young Rialto's needs," said the gentleman from Toledo, O. "Whatcher want besides an engagement, Rialto?" Young Rialto Irving Wallack, the only man in the house who possessed d coat, was just getting into a pose to speak lengthily when the man who travels for ladies' neckwear said: "A listener." "Gentlemen, gentlemen," said the landlady, "why will yon spoil my little effort to improve the intellectual at mosphere?" "I believe," said of nobody knows wfcaV'that we feed our bodies too mugi and our souls too little. I know,sile continued, with the air of one wjro had successfully collar ed the conversation and meant to keep it. --"through experience and reading that it ia only sutler ing, hunger and even atarvation that brings out the muscles of genius. The restaurant keeper kills what the colleges give birth tc the " But, according to the habit of the boarders, when the lady student of nobody knew what collared the conversation, they one by one folded their tents I mean their serviettes and silently stole away. In the hall the young man who traveled for neckwear said confidentially to the hotel clerk: "Well, say, the board's gone off terribly lately, and I know one thing. Bill, I ain't goin' to be starved into bein a genius!" Then Bill said, as he went upstairs, that two weeks of ship biscuit and salt water couldn't do that. N. Y. World. n stage of hard wear dog-earesweet-smellinten-cefur-line- The Landlady Thinks Sho Is Brainy aad Tries to lie Erudite. aep&tto - ad s, it YOUR HEMP and TOBACCO. IJXSTJIMf: it uovj vuvvte nn poLicies on these in I can at t 1 Farm 'Bams. National Bank, . sewing-machine- yr.;. R. KINNAIRP Office - CENTRAL KKCOKD .EYtylY WEEK BY Z.OVIS Z, ANDRA.il, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. FLATWOOD. broad daylight on the public square. .luaViner from reports, the meraoers A. K. Walker so'.d his lobacso crop are above the avjrage in intcHigenci. rate, let us hope so. If they for 'J c per pound. At anv Mr. Tom White so'.d his tobacco crop are they will attend promptly to what is to be done, adjourn, go home ana for 8c per pound. Mr. W. G. Gooch sold his tobacco sin no mora Two Iowa girls who didn't like the sermon waylaid the minister and cow- bided him. Some little 2x4 pulpit pounders take advantage of their oc cupation to siy mean and cutting things irom the rostrum, knowing that the parties re 'erred to havo too much reveranca for the sanctuary to resent them. It would be well if there were more such girls in the country Mean preachers need thrashings as well as other mean men. Coxoess convened Wednesday. Lit tie legislation is expected before next wesk. In the Housj the time will be devoted mainly to the civil service debate, which promises to be unusually lively ;f pot sensational at times. In the Senate the subjects scheduled for early consideration are the Hawaiian question, the Corbett contest, the lm migration Iiil aud financial legisla' tion. -- R. CMeRQBERTSr .DRUGGIST, :g: E.W. Iiillnrd. ooooooooooooox Jno.JB. Stout. 1 f"-"- "- nsuo ) StT Mohths. inrmrf " ...11.00 50 FRIDAY, January. 7, 1898. Tiih old vear. with its hopes and it fears, its bright realizations and its bitter disappointments, its sighs and its te: rs, has passed away, n consti intjd one Dace in the great book o life, upon which every deed, for weal t r for woe. was recorded, ana upon which the bright and the dark spots are mysteriously placed, telling the true story of real life. Now that we have beun to fill an other natre. let us pause and consider the deep responsibility which rests upon us. Let us contemplate, calmly and dispassionately, the effect of our words and deeds, not only upon ou own characters, but upon those with whom we minirle in the dreary battle of life. Let us brighten the page with deeds of charity and words of cheer. None have fallen so low as to bo de void of influence, and, before the court of Heaven, we will be held rcsponsi ble. for our many misdeeds, just in proportion to our opportunities to know better and to realize the error of our wav. Life is only a book, large or small, consisting of as many pages as years we have live I; the good deeds shining in mire, trolden licht and the evil deeds represented by dark blurs and blots. The book is always open to the inspection of mankind, and from its pages our characters are formed and our reputations are determined. So cverv one is the author of a book, which is constantly read by his neigh bors and which should, therefore, bo published with the greatest care The gross crimes fill the pages of some, while good and evil deeds are seen in others. The prevailing sin, which is recorded, more or less in every book, is that of backbiting or tattlintr. We insist that on the new page, which we have just opened, this low, degrading sin will not be recorded. Place the finger of charity over the evil deed of your and remember that you are mortal, also, and that, "If the heart were unveiled and the con fellow-beings, Mr. Tom Bartlett sold a horsa 'to-M- r, Mason liirtlctt for $15. Mr. Eph llammack vao has tin ty phoid fever, is caavaleseut. Mr. C. W. Graves sold his entire to baceo crop for lie per pound. Lillard DANVILLE, & Szouz, Sulfite Lancaster, ONLY Kentucky. Ieading)ruggists.j Sopies, &AiUt :-: THE PUREST USED IN PRESCRIPTIONS. science read on the brow. There arc many we would pass in scorn, ' who wear the highest honors now." All nations, both ancient and mod 1 ern. bv common consent, celebrate the beginning of a new year with festive rejoicing. Ihetimeof reckoning has xue varied wun aiuercui uauuua. Athenians began the year in June, the Romans, for a time, in March, the Persians on August 11th, and the Chi nese in February. Many years ago the nobles gave presents to the sovereign, expecting favors in return, and it was customary to present gifts to the chancellor to bias his judgment. Among the Chinese the festivities are kept up for three days, the first thing being the payment of debts, and if a tradesman cannot pay his debts he gives his goods to his creditors a custom that we should establish here. In Paris there are brilliant displays and tokens of good will are freely given, while all the bells of the city are rung. The Record extends hearty congratulations to its patrons for the rich blessings they are enjoying, and earnest wishes for a continuation of the same. Living in the bright light of gospel truth and scientific investigation, surrounded by and permitted to enjoy every blessing that can emanate from nature and her God, we should resolve to live purer and better a due an tr.c tlinrn.' mnnJfefitinf of these unmerritted bless ings. BeginTIfBvanew, abandon sin, pass sweet words ofefeeer to the suffering and oppressed, inNevery condition of life, and when tEeear has rolled away and the page ha"sxheen written, you can look over the work with the proud satisfaction of knowing that you have done some gool in the world which should be the chief aim in life and which, alone, can give comfort to the weary soul when the hour of dissolution arrives. Tire Kentucky Legislature assembled at Frankfort Tuesday. As the democrats have majorities in both houses, their caucus nominees were elected without much ceremony. The governor's message is a rather vlnd3' document, the gist of which is as follows: It bitterly arraigns peace that they have been in sympathy with raiders. It recomlegislation for mends additional Houses of Reform; relief for Court of Appeals; more stringent regulations for punishment of election frauds. It shows the State's indebtedness to be $4,459,503.47. It declares the Separate Coach law unconstitutional and strong ly advocates it's repeal. It asks for the prohitition of the sale of cigar-rett- s and their material. It claims that as a result of raiders the State's holdings in turnpike stock have shrunk in value from $400,000 to S100.000, and says "If this spirit (of lawlessness) is not stamped out the day is not far dis tant when the State will be complete ly under the control of swashbucklers and highway robbers, who will rob, murder and steal at wilL" It recom mends the appointment of a non-pa- r tisan board to control prisons and charitable institutions and for economy's sike the abolition of the Bureau of Agriculture and the Land Office is recommended, the office of Jailer is declared useless, and the minor courts vigorously condemned for useless expenditures. Many matters of minor importance aretouched upon and the Hancock-coant- y officials severely criticised for failure to punish the lynchers of the Mgro, Bashrod, who was hanged in Rr.roitTS from Ohio look gloomy for We would like Hanna's to gee llanna defeated, as we have no uee or respect for any man who will sacrifice anything or anybody iu order to promote his own selfish welfare, Such men may llorish for a time but when the people do "learn" them, they are floored so flatly that they Mrs. M. R. Ford, RuddeR's, in., uf. never rise again. ferod for oiyht years from dyspepsia and chronic constipation and was fiSenator Deboe will withdraw his nally cured by using De Witt's Little bill to reform the civil service and sub Early Risers, the famous little pills stitute therefor a bill calling for total for all stomigh and liver troubles. repeal. lie thinks the new bill will Stormea' Drug Store. lm be more likely to secure Democratic LEAF. support. The civil service is too great a protection tp congressmen from the E I Adams and. famjly left for Eldoarmy of office seekers for them to ever rado, Arkansas, on the 30th ult. repeal it. All this fuss about the re A happy and prosperous New Year peal is done for show. to The Record and its eqtire force. George Broaddus sold fifty barrel of Ax intimate friend of Dr. Godfrey Hunter, United States Minister to corn to Josh Davis at SL50 delivered. Wm. Powers has rented his farm to Guatemala, says that should condi tions there not prove to His Hking Dr, John Murray for three years for $2,100 E. II. Ballard has lost ten head of Hunter will resign and return home to push his contest apainst Congress yearling cattle with some unknown disease. man Rhea. Beatty Garrett sold h:s crop of corn to E. H. Ballard for 1.50 por barrel Gov. SlcCreary. The following is another editorial delivered. from the Interior Journal of recent Wm. Cotrell and family, Beatty Gar date: rett and family left on Monday for We have not consulted Gov. Mo Southwest Missouri Crcary as to whether he will be a can . The post office at this place was dis didate for Congress next year, but we continued on tne SOth, but the Leaf are satisfied that there is a general de still flutters in the breeze, and we mand for Him to make the race. His will try and let you hear from this unswerving fidelity to the democratic section occasionally. party; his success in his past races for Your typo made a mistake in our Congress; his devotion to duty while a last. The corn at Ed Adams' sold for member of that body and the position Si. 55 per barrel, instead of 82.55, as he he took as a representative, make dem- had it, but as it was Christmas eve, ocrats who desire the success of the and he was full of g we will let party instinctively turn to him as the him off this time. man to redeem the district Without There was a small crowd at the sale discussing his lengthy record as a demof Wm. Cotrell on the 29th, and bid. which we could with great ocrat, ding was slow. Horses sold from 11 credit to him, we shall only refer to to one the two last campaigns, which tested S47; one milk cow $19.25; horse mule brood sows democrats more thoroughly than ever SO. 50 to S10; corn per barrel in before. Gov. McCreary actively supthe crib; farming implements and ported Bryan, and made speeches for household gooJs was almost given him and the platform at various points away. The boys were just getting in the State in the last presidential over Christmas and were not feeling campaign. He also supported John B. as rich as they had been. Thompson, the democratic nominee We had the pleasure of being pres-ofor Congress, and made speeches for at the entertainment given by the him in the district, one of which was in Stanford by invitation when he ladies of New Hope church Christmas made a rousing appeal for Bryan, eve. It was rather a cold, disagreeable evening, but the house was filled Thompson and democracy. In the campaign this year, he made to overflowing. The ladder was artisa numler of speeches for Shackelford tically arranged and was literally cov. and county democratic tickets. His ered with presents for the little folks. speech in the convention that nomi The entertainment consisted of speechnated Shackelford was received with es and dialogues by the little girls and great favor and his devotion to demo boys, selected by Mrs II. L. Wallace, cratic candidates and democratic plat and each and every one performed forms was acceptable to alL In the their part well. The singing by the Senatorial race two years ago, he choir, composed mostly of young la agreed to a democratic caucus, and dies was splendid. like a true democrat should, urged his Mrs. Mary Bird, Harrodsburg, Pa., friends to go into the caucus and sup port the nominee, promising to do so says, "My child is worth millions to himself no matter who was nominated. me; yet I would have lost her by The member who put him in nomina croup had I not invested twenty-fiv- e tion moved to make Senator Black cents in a bottle of One Minute Cough burn nomination unanimous and it Cure." ' It cures coughs, colds and all was sottone, when he received a ma- throat and lung troubles. Stormess' Drug Store. lm jority of the votes. The governor has said to friends, we Resolutions. learn, who have approached him on The Fiscal Court, at its last meeting the subject that the success of the democratic party in thisCongressional in December, passed the following district, is paramount to his success resolutions: Whereas, oh Jan. 1, 1898, James A. and that he is ready to actively support the candidate nominated by the Baker and James Saunders retire to private life after an honorable service democratic party. We that Shackeiford on- of the former of 23 years, and of the 1 ly beat Bailey 586 in this district and latter of year, continuously, as memvotes of Hindman and the bers of this court, when the Whereas, during all those years other candidates for appelate clerk are subtracted it was shown that be lost they have unfalteringly, and with an the district by 945. The claim can not eye single to justice and the rights of therefore be made that this is a dead the people discharged their duties sure democratic district. It will be- with absolute integrity and regardless hoove the democrats to put forth their of praise or censure of those they best and strongest man. Let there be served, and, Whereas, their resolutions with the no unseemly scramble for the place, but let eyery democrat seek the good remaining numbers and officers of the of the party and with a harmonious Court have been uniformly courteous nomination we will sweep the. district and pleasant and nothing allowed to as of yore. There will be but one mar the friendly and most cordial inoffice voted for in November and the tercourse between them. Resolved, that this court deeply candidate will have to look after the organization and bear the burdens of feels and regrets the loss of the furththe campaign without the aid of other er counsel and assistance of said mem candidates. We believe that Gov. Mc bers, and deplores their departure Creary is more fully capable of mak from this Court and extends to them ing a successful campaign than any its best wishes for their future welfare man in the district, but if convinced and success and believing snl know otherwise, we are ready to accept any ing that the rising generation and fu good man, who can pilot us safely to ture Courts may well profit by the con ' duct and example of these it's honor a Victory. ble members, it is hereby ordered that Queen & Crescent Route; these be spread at large upo.n the rec Handsome historical lithograph, col- ords of the Court and be certified by view of Chattanooga, it's Clerk to the families of it's said reored birds-ey- e tiring members.. Missionary Ridge, Walden's Ridge, and portions of the Chickamauga field J. A. Perkins, of Antiquity, O., was as seen from the summit of Lookout Mountain. Highest style of litho- for thirty years needlessly tortured by grapher's art. On fine paper; plate, physicians for the cure of eczema. He 10 z 24. Mailed for 10 cents in stamps W. G Rinkarson. GenT Pass'r Agt., Q. was quickly cured by using DaWitt's Jb C Route, Cincinnati. O. Witch Hazel Salve the famous healing Best Use of saddles and harness salve for piles and skin diseases. Stormes' Drug Store. lm cheap at the Backet. egg-noSI-3have-show- There will be preaching at Good Hope Saturday and Sunday by Rev. Johnson. Mrs. To nl Barnes, near Sweeney, who was very sick, died the 3rd, with lung trouble. She was buried in the Edmiston graveyard, Mr. Mason Bartlett and Miss Mollie Liar, were married at Richmond on the 23rd and returned the 25th, also Mr. Jake Raker and Miss Clara Cooley were married a few days ago, Mr, McJTurr, Susie and Dow Parks, who have been home spending tae holidays, returned to school at Williamsburg Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fields, of Hyattsville, visited at W. II. Furr's Saturday. Mr. Tom Bartlett, of this vicinity, went to Mason county a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. F'eUs will start to Fleming county iu a few days. Mr. Elijah Iiammack, of Texas, is visiting his many relatives and friends of this vicinity. DRUGS AND MEDICINES Andrew Jackson Brown. As many of our older Garrard countv Stationery, Paints, Oils, Etc. KENTUCKY. citizons remember the- subject of the following sketch, we reproduce it in iu.il irom Monday's Courier Journal: The old days were truly trood old days, but oven when the political history of Kentucky was still in its it.- fancy leaders of the contsnding parties resorted to strategem to land as winners the candidates they supported. Away back before the war the parties in Kentucky; that antagonized each other over olllce and issues were the Democrats and Whigs. Down in Garrard county the Whigs were in the majority, but a story stiU survives a legacy to the oldest residents of how the Hon. Andrew Jackson Brown, of Lancaster, lawyer, surveyor and a Democratic leader, made the Whigs tremble with fear on a certain election day, though the men who espoused the principles of Democracy were in a hopeless minority. Andrew Jackson Brown was a native of Virginia, having been born and reared in famous Old Albemarle county. In his early youth he moved with his parents to Lancaster, Ky., and there gained prominence as an attorney and a surveyor, many men in that day following both professions. Brown was always an ardent Democrat and though ho was well aware of the odds against him and of the impossibility of victory perching on the Democratic banner, he never failed to make a plucky fight for the Democratic candidates. He throw heart and soul into the canvass, and being eloquent in speeoh and conversant with the leading topics of the day, nevor failed to make an address when the occasion presented Itself. He was also possessed of an imposing physique and always commanded the greatest attention from his audiences It was during a race for State Representative that Mr. Brown determined to stir up consternation among the Whig forces, though there were but Democratic voters in the whole county at the time. No one knew this, however, except Mr. Brown. The race was made when elections consumed three days instead of one and when all voters cast their ballots at the county seat instead of the more convenient rural precincts. Mr. Brown groomed for Representative Dan Ray, a prominent citizen of Lancaster, a large slave owner and considered one of the wealthiest men in Garrard county. Mr. Ray's candidacy having been duly announced, Mr. Brown proceeded to tour the whole county, quietly urging all Democratic voters to assemble in Lancaster tho. first day of the election and to con e in time to cast their votes in the morning. He never missed seeing a single Democrat, for on the mornine- of the election they were all massed about. the poll in Lancaster, all talking auoui me encouraging prospect for their candidate. The Whigs were dis mayed. They hovered about the noil. at the exhibition of unexpected Democratic strength. They were taken completely off guard and many hurried and secret confer ences followed. By noon all the e Demo crats had voted. It was then that the Hon. Andrew Jackson Brown threw off his coat, rolled up his sleeves and mounting a large box in front of the poll, announced the withdrawa'l of his candidate. M- -. Ray, he said, w: s wealthy, lie had never sought office before and needed none. But he w s a Democrat and he had merely accep . fiftj--thre- e fiftv-thre- ed the nomination to show the real strength of his partv how it could sweep the field without exertion if it so desired. It was not until long afterward that the Whigs saw how they had been tricked. 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I have concluded it will be best for me and my customers to sell for Cash. Will sell to everyone alike for Gash. No Time, No Bad Debts, No Fancy Profits. Cash Bargains for the year All Rock-Bottom 1898. CENTRAL-RECORD- . 3Irs. Moody Harden. Chas. Denman, of Nicholasville. FRIDAY, January, 7, 1898 ttti r o rxr a t Dennis Foley and family have moved to Jessamine county. Miss Lizzie Simpson is Miss Lizzie Thompson. the guest of Capt W. S. Miller has returned to his home in Knoxville. Mrs. Edwin Arnold has been visiting relatives in this city. Judge R. A. Burnside was in Frankfort on business last week. Mr. Sidney Adams, of Huston ville, was a visitor here last Sunday. Mr. Rice Benge and family have taken rooms at the Mason UoteL Mr. Cha.. Ilayden, the clever postal clerk, was in our city last week. Miss Annie Royston entertained a few friends last Saturday evening, Miss Fannie Collier entertained a few friends at a musical Wednesday. Jas. Engleman and family left last week to make their home in Arkansas. Rev. Henry Faulconer has returned from a visit to relatives in Henderson Mrs. Chas. Denman, of Nicholasville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Alex West. Mr. Owen Shugars has returned from a pleasant visit to Birmingham, Ala. Miss Julia Mae Gaines leaves next week to attend school at Bristol, Tenn. Miss Bessie Bush is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. R. L. Grinnan, in Mr. Master Lucian Grant, the handsome son of Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Grant, made his first visit to the city last week. Miss Grace Kinnaird was stormed by the young society folks during the holidays and a jolly time was had. Messrs. Frank Marksbury, Ben Herndon and Randolph Harris attended the Richmond ball Friday evening. Mr. A. W. Kavanaugh has moved to the Morgan Hudson place, near town, in which he has bought a half interest. Misses Mary and Alma Lear, of Paint Lick, have returned home after a pleasant visit to Miss Mabel Roys-toAfter a five months visit to her sister, Mrs. E. H. Smith, in El Dorado, Ark., Miss Bsttie.Uenry has returned home. a. position in Cincinnati, and will go to Arkansas. Mr. William A. Yantis, of Arkansas, has been visiting his father, Mr. Harvey Yantis. Misses Jennie and Bessie Burnside entertrined a number of iriends Friday evening. Mr. Lute Saunders, of Cincianati, after a pleasant visit to relatives, has J. W. Henry has given up his returned home. Messrs. Jordan and Myers, two of Wilmores popular young men, spent the holidays with the Misses Pum phrey. Messrs J. W. Royston, of Lower Garrard, and T. S. Elkin and EJ Bishop are in Frankfort serving as U. S. jurors. Misses Mariannie Wilmore and Mary Welch, of Nicholasville, are the charming guests of Mrs. Jno. E. Stormes. Mr. Will Finch and Frank Soper, of Boyle, aud Frank Corbin. of Lexing ton, have been visiting Mr. W. B. Jar vis and family. Miss Francis Collier entertained a number of friends Wednesday evening, in honor of Misses Wilmore and Welsh, of Nicholasville. Miss Caroline Currey entertained a number of young married ladies at a ten o'clock breakfast, in honor of her sister, Mrs. Gaines, of Danville. Missos Amy Davidson, Louise Kauff-ma- n and Berta Anderson, after spend ing Xtnas with parents, have returned to Richmond to again enter school. Miss Letitia Brown, who has been the charming guest of her uncles, Messrs. W. S. and Richard Beazley, returned Monday to her home in Lexington. Miss Letitia Brown entertained at the home of her uncles, Messrs. Beaz ley, Saturday evening. About ten couples were present and an enjoyable evening wa; spent. this excellent family leave. They have been a leading1 factor in social and church circles and our people be came vry much attached to them. The many friends of Capt. W. J. Kinnaird are delighted to see him able to be out for a drive, and hope that his recent turn toward improvement will He was be permanent th:s time. hurt last August, and Wednesday was the rst time he had been" out of the house, except to be brought from Mid- dlesboro here. A Record man droppep into see G. M Patterson yesterday, and was pleased to find that gentleman very much improved. The several months' seige of fever has pulled him down in flesh, but he is in good hands, who will guard against a relapse and keep him on the mend. Mr. J. Joseph was taken suddenly ill Tuesday evening, tut Dr. Kinnaird patched him up and he soon got all right. He had been to Danville to the funeral of Miss Weisiger, and the cold, disagreeable weather knocked the clever old fellow out. Jake is two yards wide and all wool, and you can't down him. Mr. Henry Simpson, assisted by his sister, Miss Katie, gave a delightful Christinas Masquerade last week. O.d fashioned games, guessing con? tests etc., made the evening a charm? ing one. Refreshments were seryel at a late hour. The guests present had a merry time, and will evor re The member the happy evening. characters represented were as follows: Misses Nanee Harris, Central Record, which handsome costume was highly complimented during the eve ning. Holla Arnold, Country Belle; Grace Kinnaird, Old Mother flubbarcj; Julia Mae Uanes, Night; Mattie T lompson. Queen Titania; Lili'ie Grant, Red Riding Hood; Lou Grant, Beggar Woman; Katie Simpson, Bride; Mary Miller, Weeping Widow; Mabel Hoys, ton, Swallow's Homeward Fly; Mary Gill, Country Maid; Alberta Anderson, Nun; Maggie lomlinson, Queen of Hearts; Annie Loyd Herring, Queen of Spades; Louise Kauffman, Daughter of the Regiment; Georgia Miller, Ghost; Lizzie Himpson, Holland Qirl; Bessie Marksbury, Indian Jrincess Jesse Walden, Preacher; Horace Herndon, .Yellow Kid; Frank Marksbury, Colonnial Dame; Edgar Dunn, Old Man; Ben Herndon, Cquntry Pude; Ernest Brown, Negro Dudgei Will Collier, Soldier; Louis West, Monk; Henry Simpson, Priest; Robert Henry, Randolph Harris, Knights of Pythias; EpU Bpown, Rowdy; Harry Robinson, Ghost; Klondike; Fisher Herring, Frank Robinson, English Gentleman. PREACHERSVILLE. Durham sold 12 acres of land to James Rodgers f r 125- J. L. Hutchins bought of Sol. Rigs-b- y 10 acres of land for 200. J. F. Holtzclaw says he is tired of cooking. Girls, you know what that signifies, lookout! The dedication of the Baptist church was postponed till later in the season Rev. Crumpton, of Georgetown Col lege preached for Bro. Mahoney, Fri day, Saturday and Sunday. He also wag representing the Georgetown school, Mr. and Mrs. liascem Archer, of Bur gin, are visiting their friends and rel atives, of this place. Mrs. and Miss Mullins who has been visiting rela tives at this place returned home last week. Miss Addie Cummins paid Miss Hattie Elmore a visit Sunday. Miss Bessie, the beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. King, fell asleep in the arms of Jesus, Dec. 28th, at 6:35 p, m. She was gloriously converted but a few days before the Master sent the message to come home. The bereft parents have the sympathy of all who know them. The funeral was preach ed by Rev. F. B. Jones at the , church on the 29th, thence her were carried to their final rest, ing place in the Cemetery at Crab Orchard. Mr. Benj. Sutton, an aged father of near 80 years, after serving his generation for. the above mentioned time, fell asleep Dec. 29th at his home in Pi eachers ville. He was an honorable citizen, a strict and orderly walking church member, a compassionate husband. His remains were taken to the Fork church on the 30th, where the devotional exercises were administered, then the remains were laid in the earthen casket. W. P. M.-E- MRS. .ELIZABETH HUDSON. Remarks of JEltlor George Gowen jit her Funeral. Mrs. Elizabeth Hudson, whose maid en name was Arnold, was born in this county, April 2 i, 1822. She was, there years of age last fore, seventy-fiv- e April. She was married to Morgan e years ago last July. Hudson On the 20th July she went with him to live at the old home near Sugar Creek, and continued an unbroken residence there until the 12th of January last, the time of brother Hu Ison's death. Sha then seemed to be in robust health, but his death lay so heavily upon her, and the breaking up of the old home was such a revolution in her life that she did'not survive him quite a year. It seemed that the whole of her life had gone out with his death. Their lives had certainly mingled into one. Even when she was comparatively well she constantly longed for the ti ne of departure when she might companion where meet her lives are never rudely swept asunder One brother and one sister survive her. When sister llujsqn was yet quite a girl she accepted Christ and never af ter faltered in her devotion to Him. Her husband came into the church quite late in life. He was entangled in the dputrina.1 difficulties of these days, and could not see his way clear. But whga he saw the steadfast devotion of his young wife; anq how she would saddle up a horse, and with one of the children behind her, always, go, evon to the Saturday mooting, so com' mon in those days, he yield d to the persuasion of her life. What logic, and argument would not do for him, a consecrated personality did. When he saw her thorough earnestness in the wayqf Ctyristi be, himself obayod the fifty-fivlife-lon- g gospel. And sister Hudson was a woman of strong convictions about everything. She did nothing in doubt She be lieved something until the very last. Her religion was not of the jelly-fis- h sort. She was brought up in times that tried men's souls in almost everything, especially in religion. She had a firm hold on the future. In my conversations with her during, and before her sickness, t geemed, that heaven was as real tq her as the present life. This is always so with people of strong taith. She was a woman of robust, common sense, a devqted bjOmerkeep-er- , wie agd mother-- One of the type of women who haye m.ade his, tor 5c and. glorious 8u many of the older homes in our country. She fills the description given by Solomon in Prov. 31:10: : 31: 1Q. Who can find a virtuous woman? for her price j far above ru.bies, 11. The heart of her husband doth safely trust in her, so that he shall have no need of spoil. 12. She will do nim good and not evil all the days of her lire. 13. She seekeih wool, and flax, and worketh willingly with her hinds. J4. She is lilfe the merchant' ships; she brtngoth her food from afar. 15. She riseth also while it is yet night, and giveth meat to her household, and a portion to her maidens. 10. She considereth a field, and buy eth it; with the fruits of her hands she planteth a vineyard. 17. She girdeth her loins with strength and strengthened her arms. 18. She perceiveth that her merchandise is good; her candle goeth not out by night. 19. She layeth her hands to the spindle, and her founds hold the distaff, 20. She stretcheth out her hand to the poor; yea, she reachetb, forth her hands to the needy. 21. She is not air-iiof the snow for her household; for all her household are clothed with scarlet. 22. She maketh herself coverings of tapestry; her clothing is silk and pur- pie. 23. ner husband is known in the gates, when he sitteth among the elders ot the land. 24. She maketh fine linen, and sell- eth it; and delivereth girdles unto the returned after a visit to his sister, Miss Jane Hopper. Miss Helen Thurn o id. of Stanford, is the guest of Miss Katie Simpson, at the Mason Hotel. Miss Frankye Doty has returned home after visiting friends and relatives in Richmond. Messrs. Mort and Brown Anderson, of NicholasVille, were visitors to our city during Christmas. Miss Addie Burnside has returned f row a visit to her cousin, Mrs. Richard Fox, at Richmond. Mis Mary Burnside was entertained by her cousin, Miss Florence Burnside, during the holidays. Mrs. Fisher Gaines has returned to Danville, after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ihco Currey. Mr. Kirk Kirby has returned from Texas and will make h?& home with his mother, on Danville Ave. Mrs. Hattie B. Tankersley, of Madison, spent Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey. Miss Margaret Hackley, of GeorgeMiss Elisa Lusk entertained the foltown College, was the guest of Mrs. lowing Lancaster ladies to a dining Jas. I. Hamilton. during the holidays: Misses Katie and Mr. Lou Hopper, of Covington, has L'llian Kinnaird, Nellie Marrs, Altie Marksbury and Georgia Miller. Miss Mary Anderson, one of the most agreeable, vivacious society girls of Lancaster, is the guest of relatives here. Her father, Mr. John Anderson, accompanied her for a brief visit. Lexington Argonaut. Miss Caroline Currey entertained a number of young friends at an elegant 0 o'clock dinner last week. Those present were Misses Fannie Collier, Amie Davidson, Mattie Elkin, Messrs. H. T. Logan, J. F. Laar, Joe E. Robinson, J. M. Farra. The "tackv" party criven by Mrs. to Misses Lucy Ballard arid Frankve Djty, at Paint Lick, was one of the most enjoyable events of the season. There were many gro tesque and "taclcy" costumes worn by the contestants for the prizes, but they were won by Miss L zzie lurley, first prize, and Mr. C F. Uiggins as second. Ed. Ballard Mr. R. G. Ward and family left Wed nesday for London, where they will reside in the future. Mr. W. will travel for a wholesale grocery house Mrs. Alex West gave a dining Tues- and will "make" Lancaster frequently. to see day in honor of her daughter, Mrs. Our citizens dislike very much 25 Strength and honour are her clothing; and stie shall rejoice in time to come, 3d. She openeth her mouth with wis dom; and in her tongue is the law of kindness, 27. She looketh well to the ways of ner household, ana eatetn not the bread of idleness. 23. Her children arise un. and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praisetn her. 29. Many daughters have done vir tuously, but thou excellest them all. 30. Favour is deceitful, and beauty is vain; but a woman that leareth the Lord, she shall be praised. 31. Give her" of the fruit of her hands; and let her own works praiss her in the gates. Four children survive her two sons and two daughters. They all can rie up and call her blessoJ. Almost her merchant last words to me were words of comGen. Weyler's organ is said to hava mendation for her children. She died attacked President McKinley and Minin perfect peace in the remarkably Every expectant mother has ister Woodford in severe terms. full andffree exereiso of all her facul a trying ordeal to face. If she does not Gen. Weyler has defied the Governties. With the dissolution of the body ment to take proceedings against him there came a triumphant Spirit, which, on account of his attacks on the Unireleased from its p.'ison-houimountted States. ed upward to the skies. Her last Lock No. 7, at High Bridge, on tho words and actions bespoke her kindly Kentucky river is now complete and welfare for others' interests before open to navigation. This will render her own. With intellect unclouded, the Kentucky river navigable for and heart aglow with love to the boats drawing up to six feet, a dis very last, she called each member of tance of about four miles above Hickthe household to her side and bade man Bridge, being a total of 144 miles them good-by- e as she went with the from the mouth at Carrollton. Saviour through the valley of the shadow into the light and splendor of There appears to be a misunder standing among the Kentucky lawyers the eternal morning. . to when the recently elected Clerk M tret readv for ft the Court of Appeals goes into office. MARKSBURY. there is no telling Some are under the what may happen. he should have gone impression that in January 1. but Another year has dawnel Child-birtis full the constitution distinctly From out the mists of ages, states that of uncertainties if his term does not begin And we have turned another leaf until the first Nature Is not given proper assistance. Of time's unwritten pages. Monday in September, 1893. We hope that every loaf that turns Congress reconvened Wednesday. may add another subscription to your Little legislation is expected before valuable paper. U the best help you can use at this time. next week. In the Frank Parks has moved from the It Is a liniment, and when regularly ap- be devoted mainly House the time will to the civil service Wyatt Pierce place to Fred Kemper's plied several months before baby comes, at Marcellus, Mr. Kemper moving to it makes the advent easy and nearly pain- debate, which promises to be unusually lively if not sensational at times. Ia Samuel Johnson's, Sr. Mr. Ed Sutton less. It relieves and prevents " morning the senate the subjects scheduled for moved into the house vacated by Mr. sickness," relaxes the overstrained mug. early consideration are the Hawaiian Parks. Garrard Woods has moved in- cles, relieves the distended feeling, short- question, the Corbett contest, the Im to the house on J. S. Johnson's, Jr., ens labor, makes recovery rapid and cer- migration Bill and financial legislafarm. Wm. Curry has rented Mrs, tion. tain without any dangerous Sallie Fox's farm,. Mother's Friend is good for only one At Russelville Robert Evans, a nigh The. remains of Mr. 1$. F. Sutton, of purpose, vis.: to relieve motherhood of School boy, stabbed George Duncan, a Pi'eachtsrsville, wre interred in the danger and pain. schoolmate, to death. cemetery at the Fork church, Friday, One dollar per bottle at all drug stores, e Both branches of the General As at 12 o'clock, after the funeral dis Bent by express on receipt ot prlco. v&ln&hfo Free course by Rev. W. M. Knykendall. tion for Books, rnntnlnlntr ent to anyInforma sembly listened attentively to the women, will be addrsea eading of the Governor's message. Mr. Sutton was in the 79th year of his upon application to THS BRADF1ELD REGULATOR CO, age. He has been a member of the The Hawaiian annexation treaty AtluU, Qc will be called up in the. Senate next Fork church for 54 years, was never Monday. absent frqnq the ohurch meeting since MT. HEBRON he became a member, but three times, A Liverpool syndicate is to bnild an until the past year. He was always immense tobacco manufacture in Loupunctual at his. meetings and took a Miss Ida Burdett is the charming isville, giving employment to 700 men. great interest in ohurch affairs. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Landram BurMiss Lottie Betis, of Lancaster, dett. W. D. Scott and family, Mrs. spent the holidays with Miss Lillie Peachie Grow and son, Miss Lena Ro Sutton. Miss Mary Cook, of Stanford, gers and E. C. Wilson, visited friends is visiting Miss Lula Simpson, this and relatives in Lexington, the past week. Miss Anna Pollard gave an el- - week. gant dinner to a few friends, Tu.es. James Middleton has bought the day. Miss Mary CUesqut, of Boyle, farm opposite Mtl Hebron from T. W. his been Yiting her sister, Mrs Chas Montgomery at $20 per acre. HurJett Miss Mary Lynn Mock, of A candy pulling was given by Mrs. Danville, spent part of last week with E- - W. Law son lastThursd.y evening Miss Hallie Rice. Mr. Hijjh L. "JRuy- - in honor of Misses Ida Duncan and AND kendall, after spending1 Xmas with his Mury Montgomery. N. T. Grow enptiyjnt?, returaed Monday tq Ogden tertained a number of his friends at College. Misses Jennie Uiggins and hh home last Tuesday. Mabel Ifaystqn., of l'aint Lick, were Some sneak thieves have been in our the guests of Miss Georgia Dunn, last midst th-- past week and visited Mrs. FOR TAXES FOR YEAR 1896 week. The young folks stormed Miss W. D. Sjootts ohickens roost leaving Lillie Sutton, Tuesday evening, and about seven hens and also taking a AND 1897 Miss Georgia Dunn on the evening of poor colored mans turkeys. the 30th. AJiss, Amanda Maupin rewill sell publicly before the Court The infant of Mr. Delaney died at I turned to her school at Shelbyville, their home on Sugar Creek Saturday. House door in Lancaster, Ky., on Monday, after spending? the holidays with her nephew, Rev. W. M. Kuyken- - The body was quietly laid to rest in the Mt. Hebron cemetery Sunday dall, accompanied by her niece, Mi-Mary Kuykendjll, who will enter morning. the following described property: schqql at that pla.ee. to Tell. Sale begins at 2 o'clock p. m. Corbett has issued another challenge to Fitzsimmons for a finish fight, but People Fit? says Jim will havo to get ''in his health arewho fail to look after their Arnold. W A, gdn Bella Arnold, 1 town like the carpenter who negS3 class" before he will accept it. Fitz lects to sharpen his tools. People are Boyle.lot 1 11 K, town lot shows his good sense in letting good not apt to get anxious about their uiemmerson, v j, l town lot a 33 health soon enough. If you are "not Duncan. John M, 1 town lot and 30a enough alone. 2 quite well" or "half sick" have you ever Dillon, Mrs Elizabeth. 1 lot z The mercury at St. Augustine, Fla., thought that your kidneys may be the Dabney, Dorcas, l lot 5 Gill, Mrs P D, 10 a dropped to 25 degrees during Saturday. cause of your sickness? 1 lot 2 Johnson. John. night and was down to 31 degrees next It is easy to tell by setting aside Miller, WS. 2 lots 26 hours,a sed- Moss. RM. 36 a day; maximum for 24 hours, 42. All your urine for twenty-fou- r 7 4 early vegetables in that section are iment or settling indicates an unheal- Morris, C M, 1 lot 2 thy condition of the kidneys. When Owsley, Mrs E 8,1 lot destroyed. One thousand boxes of or urine stains linen it is evidence of kid- Owsley & Shanks, 1 lot 19 4 anges on the groves south of there are ney trouble. Too frequent desire to Reld, Mrs T W. 1 lot 1 supposed to be frozen on the trees. urinate, scanty supply, pain or dull Rotbwell, Mrs Eliza, 1 lot 4 1 lot The mercury at Palm Beach reaehed ache in the back is also convincing Shea. John. I lot 8 SDencer.PJ. 32 degrees above zero. 6 prooi that the kidneys and bladder are Turner, T J B. 3 a 17 Turner, Mrs Willie j, l lot out of order. 3 is satisfaction in knowing that Underwood, James, 1 lot There C. St O. Railway Changes Time. 11 the great remedy Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Walden. Jessee. 1 1lot 4 Wortnam. Smith. lot Commencing Sunday, Dec 12th. the C. Root, fulfills every wish in relieving Wberritt.Tom. Hot 13 & O. Railway shortened up the time of weak or diseased Kidneys and all formB Walker. WE, 20 a 24 12 its F. F. V. Limited train which now of bladder and urinary troubles. Not Wallers, Dr B F, 1 lot leaves Winchester at 4:55 p. m.; Lex only does Swamp-Roo- t give new life COLORED LIST. ington 5:23 p. m.; Frankfort 0:13 p. m. and activity to the kidneya -- the cause 1 43 1 and Shelbyville 7:00 p. in., reaching of trouble, but by treating the kidneys Anderson. R Lee. lotlot 2 23 Arnold Harve. 1 Louisville at 8:00 p. m , making direct it acts as a tonic for the entire consti Anderson, Frankle.l lot CO r i;mon ucpui in xjouis tution. If you need a medicine take Barnside, Pies. 1 lot connection 'in rrr , 1 16 80 ville with the Illinois Central Limited Swamp-RoBackbannon, Lucy, 1 lot it cures. Sold by drug 60 Yestibuled train leaving Louisville gists, price fifty cents and one dollar, Cook.Wm.l lot 1 20 p. m. carrying Free Chair Car aud or oy 8:10 Duncan, Samira, 1 lot mtjntioini: 1 16' Georgle, elegant sleepers, reaching Memphis and sending your the Central Record Denny, Anna, hrs, 1 lot address to Dr. Kil Dunn, mi not 7:00 a. m, 'next morning and New Or2 70 1 N. Y.,you leans 7:00 p. m. next evening, and mer & Co., Binghamton, this great may Dunn, Alfred, 1 lot a 93 HerrinR, Bob, lot. a sample bottle of have dis making direct connection In Memphis covery 4& Huffman, Sylvia, 1 lot sent to you free by mail. (4) for all Texas points. 1 85 Johnson, Joe, 1 lot Also connects in Union Depot in 3 30 LeaveH, Nick, 1 lot Louisville with the Air Line, 11 O. & 4.K The Louisville ministers, in their Miller, Alex, 1 lot S. W. and Henderson Route trains for 3 ft! Miller. Irvin, 1 lot 1 20 St Louis and the West, and with Big regular meeting, adopted a resolution Middleton. Ed, 1 lot 25 Owsley, Sallie, 1 lot Four Route for Chicago and points against the pool rooms. 80 North. This is the best and quickest Palmer. Cls. 1 lot The new bank at Morehead was Perkins, John. 1 lot... r: 4 95 ever given the Blue Grass train service 1 4H Patterson. Bob, section for the West and South, and is opened for business with prayer and Pollard, Marian,1 1lot 45 lot seventy miles shorter to St Louis than the reading of psalms. 60 Robinson, Sarah, 1 lot via Cincinnati 95 Stodgell, Joe S, 1 lot For full information call on C. & O. Fourteen horses and six bulls were Simpson. Jack. 1 lot , 3 SO Agents, or write to the undersigned. killed at a benefit performance by mith, Mary, Hot 45 No trouble to answer questions. 1 lot 2 90 Matador Mazzantina in the City of Yantis. Louis, 1 lot 1 6a Young, Mary, G. W. Babnev, D. P. A.. Mexico, Lexington, Ky. E. M. WALKER, M. C. L. GETTING READY Mother's Friend after-effect- s. Marshals Sale OF LAND! January 10th 1898, TOWN LDT5 It is Easy 1 '. GREAT BARGAINS !n Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, and Gents Furnishing Goods GIVE US A CALL TRY US! WE CAN AND WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. ' ' We have them of Every Description and can give you oney than any House in Town. tne Better Va When you want Shoes, Come to a SHOE HOUSE to buy them. not buy your Shoes without first examining Our Fine Lines. Do J. HARPER NEEDS MONEY. FARM AND STOCK NOTES, ER KY. THE Assignees Notice to Creditors. If It's Worth Printing lie i Fnr An Cattle of every age arc too often thrown together; the largest and strongest tal;c their choice of the food and leave the refuse to the weaker nd Ever Democrat, Every Republi 1 animals. Separate them and give the 9t can, Every Man, Woman or Child who best to those which usually get the can read will want to read it. of a cough a hacking, racking, poorest. There is more wasto, too, in rasping cough that irritates the feeding in large herds. "Meantime, we prefer to take lungs and leads to dire results. A variety of food for the fowls must It is in such cases that our chance with the conservative dem be furnished for the fall and winter. ocrats, fighting within the party, to Eti? Hit lz ILs E Amono- other thinsrs, feed sorgum seed reform it of its excesses, and to restore 2 stalk; it gives exercise and pro on the 3- it to its better uses, than to pursue an motes health. ' c - gnis fattus which, if it had ben more Heat is a condition of nature favor real, would have resulted in the elecable to the production of eggs and tion, instead of the defeat, of the free to nesrlect providing com silver fusion in 1S90, and which, fortable quarters is to invite defeat. singular unanimity, the voters have refused to follow. Commissioner of Agriculture Moore The Courier- proves its wonderful efficacy. agricultural lournal is a democrat, not a republi says that the Kentucky The cause of the trouble is year can; anu it will under no circumstan the irritation is aleradicated stttion at Lexington will next layed the lungs arc healed and ces or conditions pursue a policy whose make a test of raising sugar beets. and cold leaves fctrcncthcucd only Effect is to continue the republi lie sirs the only question as to the the system as snow disappears rJ here is no reason why a man can party in power." production is the amount of sugar the should die to reap the hen- before the sunshine of spring. LIGHT. A NEW GERMAN beet grown m Kentucky win 3'ieiu, Is an T.r Rflfa lit of his investment. fi'llibleiviiiwly lornll lung am! bronchia! Courier-Journk The is UlHioTorj- - Tlmt Will Revolutionize Should the yield be what is expected, All dniats !rfuli!n.b!!slit or We return an average of $2.30 for every dollar paid us, and yet' we democratic paper, of six or eight JIot:if!i of Mlnmlimt Ion. ioll it at i"c, 60c am! SI.UO a bottle, or it a beet sugar factory will be establish sent uK)ii recctiit of price. will be Consul Dcuster, at Crefeld, Germany, assume an obligation less than one-thiA at Frankfort, as great as has been assumed pages, issued Wednesday and Saturday and the industry The E. E. Sathcrlmd JMIdno to., I'sJotci, Kj. reports lo the state department of of each week. The Wednesday issue promises to be one of the great indus and paid for years by the leading life insurance companies of America discovery made there which it is said prints all the Clean News, and the tries of Kentucky farmers. revolutionizes the methods of illumina Saturday issue prints Stories, MiscelA farmer went into a store over at A sin tinn. It is an incandescent iras. A GREAT PROGRAMME. lany, Poetry, all matters of special in Berkley the other day to sell a lot o gle iet of ordinary size can omit a light Only about twenty (20) per cent, of the people are insurable. Only terest in the home. It is edited by notatoes. savs the Arlington fin of much more than 1.0C0 candle power the sonnd.aml healthy, who least need it's advantages, can oMain The Story of the Revolution by Henry Watterson. at a distance News. He was offered 75c a bushel. T. 15. Walker bouirnt of Pence 'si ex and fine print can be read Sanator Henry Cabot Lodge, to run Why should there not be a means provided whereby A traveling man, who was standing tra good calws at 21. It was a pretty of 100 feet. The inventor says the cost life insurance.'Price $1.00 Year. throughout the year. (For the first for a light of 1,500 candle power is only the other eighty (80) per cent, of the population can carry an invest time all the modern art forces and by, remarked to the farmer: "If you bunch. You get 104 good papers, of six or 4V., cents nor hour, while that, for an you had those potatoes in New York J. E Bruce of Stanford sold to Weil ordinary electric light of 400 candle ment the same as the favored few who can get life insurance? Our mis sources will 03 brought to bear upon eight pages each, lor 1 Less than could get S1.00 per bushel for them. 30 sion is to open the door to the entire population to enjoy the same or the Revolution. Howard Fyle and power is 11 cents per hour. head 1,590 cattle at 4 one cent a paper. "Ya-as,- " answered the farmer, 'an greater benefits for an equal or less expenditure, considering the ad corps of artists are making over 100 of those who recently sold ex Some if I had a pail of water in hades USEFUL PREHIUHS paintings and drawings expressly for BACON AND LARD HOGS. were ottered 2 vantage to be derived, and that those advantages may be enjoyed during this great wcrlc.) reckon I could get 10c a glass for it port cattle at 2 g Are given Club Raisers, and when X Statement of the Demand for Them Its hard to tell just in October. too." And the drummer collapsed. life by the one making the investment commissions are allowed agents. Cantain A. T. Mahan's "The Amer Here :inl Alirontl. twenty to let go. W. It. Cook sold to Fox ican Navy in the Revolution,"' to be Daily Courier-Journa- l, the Iowa 1 year $6.00 SUCCEEDS SUCCESS. It is easy to cateh a cold and just as Director Curtis, of.submitted experieight head export cattle at 4.23. to Secillustrated by Carlton T. Chapman, the Dailv tlntl Sunday. 1 year mental station, has S.o easv to tret rid of it if you commence Stock Farm has The Kentucky a comothers, Sunday alone, x Year Wilson z.oo That our plan is popular and based upon sound business princi marine artist; Harry Fenn, and One Minute Cough Cure. retary of Agriculture on English and Americhanged its name to the American early to use report coughs, colds, bronchitis, parative hogs, embracing the results ples, is evidenced by our large and increasing membership, as shown Thomas Nelson Page's Fijst Lon, Stock Farm. The Christmas edition It cures can lard Novel. "Red Rock A Chronicle of pneumonia and all throat and lung of tests to determine the best for food by our remarkable 'Exhibit of Growth, See literature. was a beauty. Mr. Page has de Reconstruction." Courier-Journ- al troubles. It is pleasant to take, sale and the prices received for each breed. Cap. McKee, who has been handlin We court the clysest scrutiny and most thoroug investigation. No voted four years to the story, and he to use and sure to cure. Stormes' The report states that the market dis And the mules at Atlanta, came back th considers it his best work, (Illustrated lm Drug Store. crimination between the breeds is very statement made that cannot be verified by actual results. week to buy a couple of loads on by B. West Clinedinst.) Weil bought of It. L. Lillard, at slight, only ten cents per 100 pounds in special order. He has already han Riulyard Kipling, Richard Har and 32, favor of the Tnmworts and Berk shires. 47 exporters at 4 Both one year died over one hundred, but says the Stanford, the English breeds. They sold for $3.80 ding Davis, Joel Chandler Harris, weighing 1,502, at same price. The endorsement given this Company by the investment of bankers. market is off. Danville Advocate. per 100, while all the others brought $1.50. merchants, ministers, doctors, railroad men, mechanics in fact, men of George W. Cable, and others, are During the year wlrch just closes $3.70. All the breeds of hogs tested Mrs. Stark, Pleasant Ridge, O., says We have made a special clubbing ar the following five men and race horse made pork at substantially the same business sagacity in every vocation of life is an evidence of the soundness of under engagement to contribute sto'"After two doctors gave up my boy to ries during 1S93. rangement with the Cou price for raising, feeding, etc., auout our sj'stem. have earned or won $234,000: die, I saved him from croup by using "Search-Ligand will send that paper the plugilist, has to his two cents per pound, fcecretary nson ACTUAL RESULTS, AND OPINIONS Cough Cure." It is the OUR CER Robert Grant's OF SOME OF One Minute jocltey, savs while the demand abroad may bo 505,000; Tod Slo;,.-lli- e Letters" replict to various letters and ours for the price named to all our quickest and most certain remedy for credit, Michael, TIFICATE HOLDERS. the bicyclist, 30,000; greater for the bacon hogs than for the $50,000; that came in consequence of his "Re subscribers who will renew and nay coughs, colds and all throat and lung negs is ai Ball, the bicyclist, $15,000; ltusie, the other the demand for lard Rev. J. V. Riley, of Mortonsville, Kv., says: "I have had an investment flections of a Married Man" and "Ihe in advance, or to all new subscribers troubles. Stories' Drue: Store, lm as ever. who will pay in advance. Sample base ball player, 5,500 and the great creat here in the Southern Mutual Investment Co., of Lexington, Ky., for more than three Opiniyns of a Philcsopher."' Women are being trained in agri- race horse Hamburg; 3S,530. Ex. Gourier-Journsent free on 1 have nad 23 couoons to mature by redemption, which, cost me less "The Workers" in a new field Wal copies of Stranger Quite a popular town this, years. State of Minnesota, culture by the application. than 530.03, and returned to me 81,410,00." are being made to ain't it? Preparations ter A. YVyckofT, the college man who All subscriptions school for the which has just opened a under this offer must be. Lexington, Ky.. September 10. 1S97. erect in Louisville the largest plug to became a laborer, will tell about his Leading Merchant How popular? purpose that will accommodate CO laborers sent to the bacco factory in the world. It will experience with sweat-sho- p "Why, there appear to be a groat To whom it may concern. students. This is to certify, that mv husband. v. F. White, acout three years airo. in and anarchists in Chicago. (Illustra many r.eonle nettling hero." employ 3,000 hands. CENTRAL RECORD, Hatcher cattle sold on our streets at "Do, oh? Will, my books show thin vested in the Southern Mutual Investmsnt Co. Since that time there have ted from life by W. R. Leigh.) Miss Allie Ilughcs, Norfolk, Va. Lancaster, Ky. SG coupons to mature, on which the Company has paid his estate 1,021,96. 2, 2 and 2 there ant ;rn one son ting with, me been was frightfully burucd on the face or tho !:u t tim e n.eiiilis." Richmond Thes3 coupons cost his estate less than $700,00 to mature them. I am pleased The Theater, The Mine, etc., will be treated in "The Conduct of Great and ncclc Pain was instantly re Mspat"h. with the investment he made, and am still carrying Gl coupons in the Company Business" series (as were "The Wheat lieved by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, Mary E. White. Farm," "The Newspaper," eta, in '97). which healed the injury without leav A Misapplied Theory. A Smith Browman, Mgr. with numerous illustrations. J. C. Hemphill, Agt., ing a scar, it is tne lamous ptie remI notice that vou eat the heart oi edy. Stormes' Drug Store. Lancaster, lm No. 11 Cheapside, your watermelon urst, saiu tne tncor. the ar Life at Girls' Colleges-'li- ke DIRECT LINE TO Kentucky ticles on "Undergraduate Life at Har Lexington, Ky. The indications now are that good ist. "That is all wrong, lou ought to Contagious B'ood Poison has been apvard. Princeton and xale. and as a big business in Ken save it 1111 tne last. propriately called the curse of mankind. stallions will do "11111." said the other man. "Ac White Snlplinr Springs, richly illustrated. It is the one disease that physicians can tucky next spring, says the American cruing to your theory a man oughtn't not cure; uieir mercurial auu poiasu Stock Farm. A YEAR FOR Horses are now Political Reminiscenceshy Senator remedies only bottle up the poison in scarce hereabouts that the increase of to begin the honeymoon until he lm Hoar, who has been in public life for the system, to surely break forth in a breeding will be absolutely necessary, been married ten or twelve year." The Subscription price of DEMOUEST'S forty-fiv- e years. '"""clnnati Enquirer.. more virulent form, resulting in a total The man who will be able to produce Oil Point Comfort, wreck of the system. C. D. Gibson. will contribule two is reduced to $1.00 a Year Hatkt Itport. Mr. Frank B. Martin, a prominent a dozen or so of good colts a couple or serial sets of drawings during '93, "A Taken from the Louisville Times of leweler at 026 Pensylvania Ave., Wash three years hence will have a fortune, New York Day," and "The Seven Ages Neijort News, inin.on,u.u.,says: Our breeders are coming to a realiza Wednesday alternoon: WHEAT No. 2 red and longbeiry 9."95c gDEttORESTSl DemoresVs Family Magazine is more than of American Woman." I was for a long time under treat tion .of this fact and will breed more No 3 red and loiiRberry 3393c; rejected 28c Fashion Magazine, although it gives the very latest ment of two of of their mares in 180S than they have less; on levee lc less. Hit full prospectus for 'OS in small uome ana ioreign iasnionB eacu iiiuiuu; iuia ib umy una COltNXo. 2 white 29c; No. 2mlscd29c the best physi bred in years. in two colBaltimore, of its many valuable feature?. It has something for each qooh form (24 pagei), printed 4 50 $4 25 CATTLE Extra shipping cians of this city, member of the family, for ev jry department of the house- ors, with numerous illustrations (cover It is said that Nancy Hanks 2:04 4 2o 4 C0 Light shipping for a severe case New Yort City. Parrish), will hold, and its varied content? are of the highest grade, ami decorations by 4 00 4.25 Best Butchers of blood poison, safely in foal to Bingen 2:12 making it, The Family Magazine of be tent upon application, postage jmid. 3 85 3 25 Fair to good butchers but my condition A special from Danville says: Far EAST BOCND. the World. It furnishes the best thoughts 01 the most 3 40 2 75 Common to medium butchers erew worse all W Danville, interesting and most progressive writers of the day, and 11 r25 a. m. and 8:50 r. x. Leave Lexington the while, not ris & hitley, ofaeent. 223 delivered Thin, rough steers, poor cows and PBICE, $3.00 A YEAR, 25 CEXTS A NUJIBEn. 11?S8a.m. " 9S3 p.m. Winchester Art, Literature, is abrest of the times in everything, head of scalawags withstanding the to Simon Weil, 10200 p. Washington 650 a.m. Science, Society Affairs, Fiction, Household Matters, Charles Scribser's Sons, New York. Arrive Philadelphia ..10:15 a. m. " 3:10 P. m, 3 50 3 00 " 7:05 " fact that they fancy beeves, for which they receive! Good to extra oxen Sports, etc. a sinsle number frequently containing from 12:10 A.M. " 9:08 P. x, " New York 2 50 2 00 charged me three the round sum of S14.1G5. The cattle Common to medium oxen ' Boston 8:00 p.m. " 7:15 p. m 200 to 300 fine engravings, making it the MOST COM3t 2 75 'hundred dollars were shipped in a train of thirteen Feeders 50 YEARS' PLETE AND MOST PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED of WEST BOUMD. 3 2 25 My mouth was Stockers EXPERIENCE cars for Newport News, whence they Bulls the GREAT MONTHLIES. 2(0 J 310 Lv Winchester" U30 a. m. 4 : 15 p. m. and 30 r. x" filled with eatinsr sores: my tongue was English market The Veal calves 5 60 5 25 almost eaten away, so that for three will ship for the Demorest's Magazine Fashion Department is in every way far ahead o i'V I U C.llp u lnrVr.nVrnl-laveraged .1,427 pounds to the 35 0045 MILCII COW- S- Choice that contained in any other publication. months I was unable to taste any solid cattle Arv Sbelbyvllle 10:01 a. m..70 p. x. 15 0025 00 Arv Louisville 11 :00 a.m.. 8 :C0 P. M. out rapidly, head. Weil is one of the purchasing Fair to good , fashions in woSubscribers are entitled each month to patterns of the latest food. My hair was coming Through sleepers between Louisville, Lex; man's attire, at no cost to them other than that necessary for postage send HOGS Choice packing and butch and I was in a horrible fix. I had tried agents for Nelson Morris, the big Chi Innton and New York without change. 3 10 wrapping. 3 50 various treatments, and was nearly dis- eago exporter. Over 100,000 worth o ers, 225 to 300 lbs For rates or information write to G. W. BARNEY. couraged, when a friend recommended Fair to good packing, 180 to 200 lbs. . 3 03 3 NO BETTER CHRISTMAS GIFT Trade Marks Dir. Pass. Agent, Lexington, K T had taken four bottles, I export beeves have been sold by Good to extra light, ICO to 180 lbs.... 345 3 Designs S.S.S. After By sub3 45 than a year's subscription to Demorest's Magazine can be made. 3 35 Copyrights Ac began to get better, and when I had Boyle county feeders this fall, and Fat shoats. 120 to 150 lbs scribing at once you can get the magazine at the reduced price, and Will also 32) 3 finished ei eh teen bottles, I was cured more are to go yet. Farris & Whitley Fat shoats, 100 to 120 lbs Aarone sending a sketch and description may OAPT. wneiner an autckly ascertain our oplnion-ire- e BOTTOM Xmas Number with its beautiful panel picture receive the handsome 3 3 patentable. sound and well, my skin was without a have handled about 1,000 head. Pigs to OOlbs indention confldenttpTHandbook on Patents Remit fl.00 by money order, registered letter or check to the 2 50 blemish, and I have had no return of 3 10 supplement. Roughs 150 to 400 lbs Auctioneer, of PerrjTille, senffree. Oldest agency forsecurintenuu the disease. S.S.S.saved me from a life A great shortage of sheep exists in SHEEP and LAMBS Good to ex Patents taken throuch Munn & DEflOREST PUBLISHING CO., no Fifth Ave., New York City. tpeeial notice, without charge, in tho Co. receive 3 40 3 of misery." S.S.S. guaranteed purely. all the States east of the Miss ssrppi tra shipping sheep Will be on the street, every Count any case, ot mooa 3 40 3 25 vegetable) will cure j.s for many years, Fair to good GREAT 8PEGIAL CLUBBING OFFER FOR PROMPT 8UBSORIPTIONS. 3 00 2 25 noison. Books on thedisease it said greater than now on their Common to ,medium Court Day and solicits the sales of tl ' 'handsomely Illustrated weekly. Tjintest cjr. many of the buyers and A 250 300 Bucks and its treatTerms. 3 ONLY $1.75 FOR eolation of any scientific journal. newsdealers.a County. Will make it to your int1 1 00 60 way to the Northwest are from Michi Skips and scallawags, per head months, $L Sold by all ment, mailed 4 50 4Ko Extrashlpping Umbs est to see me before seeing any otaet SO ftUNN &Co.3"Mt5wYork 4 4 00 pan, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Best butcher lambs free by Swift THE CENTRAL RECORD 3 60(4 4 00 Vnlr tn eond butcher lambs auctioneer. Specific Co., Braach OScol C86 r St, Washington, D. C. New York. 250 300 Ta'Unds Atlanta. Ga. :nl Demorest's Family Magazine. Send subscription to this Office, In m litis ' Oil m-- nt .d "konoy nt Chicago Vr.l versify. President Harper, of Hie University of Chicago, is looking for pome one with about $100,000, who will build another dormitory for the use of the MidThe present women's way "cocls." halls Kelly, Hceeher and Foster have for sonic time been inadequate to supply the demand for rooms which the Our plan is a new application of an old principle, and is based up constantly-increasinnumber of women .students has created, so that ninny of on tho actual experience of successful life insurance companies, coverthe new "coeds" have boon obliged to ing a period of over 200 years. The same principles govern both, onlysecure rooms in private houses. This WE pay while you LIVE. condition of affairs is not approved by the authorities, nor is it aeeoptable to THEY pay when you DIE. the parents of some of the young WE ofler the INVESTMENT features. women. At a mooting of the trustees the other THEY protect in case of DEATH. days plans drawn up by Henry Ives wore considered, and if was de With them, death is the moving factor, causing the payment of the Cobb cided that another dormitory should be policy; with us, a definite and fixed mathematical rule, in lieu of death, built between Heeehor and Kelly halls, facing Lexington avenue, and costin matures the policy. It. was de nmti'oxiinatelv S75.000. cided that the authorities should go on till hunt for some one with capital They figure on so many men out of a thousand dying we figure mid sufficient generosity to build th on so many policies, They kill the man we kill the policy. coeds" another hall. r.'ceriotl for Amil'jerDormilory Mim Mutual OF LEXINGTON, KY. to Mil Co., The creditors of Willis II. Adams will take Twice-a-Week notice that I will bo nt the offloe of li. II . Tomlinson's in Lancaster, Ky.. on Satnrdny, of each week for the next four weeks to reConricr-Jonrn- al ceive claims against the estate of Willis B. Adains. SALLIE A. LEAVELL. Jau.otu, 1S9S. Assignee of Willis 15. Adams. Will Print It. g - z z 0 0 mm ' life INSURANCE IS A LAW OF AVERAGE. PlnfvTiir-TIcne- In- SCRI BNER' S twice-a-wee- rd OTJDR, MISSION. FOR 1808 a l. 2 o- good-payin- NOTHING LIKE TwiceaWeek 1- -t Others Make Money. Why Not You? CENTRAL RECORD, For Only s, Twica-a-wee- k ht 2 1 Blood Poison. CHESAPEAKE $1.00 DEMOREST'S FAHILY MAGAZINE. 2 Mu-fie- ld i ! Zt n " CO 1 CO 'mr Scientific CO CO Oommunicn-tlonVitrtct- T. W. CO sss flitKrka.