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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 21, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898012101_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 21, 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. 4- mm VOLUME YJII. WEKKt.r BY LOUIS I.ANDKAM, PUBLISHED Cut. Pulllc Syuare and Danville Avenue. mtim Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Class Hatter. NUMBER 43 LANCASTER, KY., Oranges IT P ID AY, 10c JANUARY, Tho 21. 1898. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: 11.0-- uer Year in Advance. NSW STOCK OF GOODS I IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. County Court Monday. Prunes 7 RECEIVED. HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, BREECHING, COLLARS, COLLAR PADS, "WHIPS, PLOW GEAR &c. Kraut 5c qt at Evans. It. A. Stone. per lb f r- Fresh line ctbbage at Evans. Three cakes soap for Evans will pay Typewriter office. S. T. 15 5c. R. A. ) Buy your tinware m S. T. Evansd Ston trgs. Come in and pay for Mo.iday. S. T. The Recokd cts cash for Barb "wire, smooth, "wire Hay "bailing "wire &c. Fence Ratchets staples and ience springs. Draw tiling and flue tiling. Grate mantles and iron dearths, fire "brick, fire "backs and fire clay. Washing machines, wringers and tubs. Guns, locks and cuttlery. Loaded shells, shot and powder. Tin, granite, enameled and delfs. Blacksmith, Cooking utensils. wood workers and builders supplies. Pumps, deep and shallow, well pumps, cistern pumps and rain water filters. Wheel Barrows, ropes and grind stones. Bath tubs, squirrel cages, "bird cages and a full line of flower crocks. Tin roofing, Steel roofing, guttering and repairing. A complete stock of hardware. In fact, every thing that is carhardware house. ried by a first-cla- Evans handles the Nig Spencer Jf 200,000 trick for sale. Greening & We have had rain, snow, ice and Pence, Stanford, Ky. sunshine this week. Ben Tibbs, the wellrknown colored Wanted, car load of Iron, Bones and barber at Danville, is dead. II. P. Northcott lings. Will go tp Wanted, Veal Calves. Lookout for the big auction of la- country and buy. II. J. Northcott dies' cloaks on the street county court S. T, Evt Cheapest house on earthday. ans. Cjl and try him. Richmond 5.03 rocker for S3 03. Call and be street. convinced oi the truth of this state Clover, oats, timothy, bluegrass and ment. IL A. Stone. orchard grass always on hand at Gaines is headquarters kind of see '.r. O. S. Towels and Quecnsware at cost Evans. at letter heads at this for all tobacco. - 1 I'lcuAe Head. I would like to do your plain sewMrs. Ophelia Dunn. ing' and dyeing-- Gaines. v ISurxlars. Door bolts, Sash locks, Pad locks New lot furniture jist received. an Door locks, at J. It. llaseldens' The best made, at prices that will as Hardware store. tonish you. R. A. Stone. All accounts not paid by January 10 Murdered at Marcellus. will be plaead with an oilicer for The expense account of farmers, by I need money, and you grinding plow points at C. K. Poindcx- II. A. Stone. know it. 1 Oae Minute Cough Cure cures quick ly. 'J hat's what you want! Murines Jm Drug Store. :rs. nov-254- f. Corn "Wanted. J. R. HASELDEN. Col W.G.Welcli. Stanford. wm 1 mm .Attorneys at LANCASTER, All business attended to promptly. I W. H. LACKEY .g If parties wishing to sell corn will Horses shod, On Danville street bring it to me at once, I will buy same. 03 cents cash. All kinds of repairing J. W. Miller, Mgr. Pilgrimage Disdone. 7 tillery. Ned Burdctt & Co. t Dotirbou Steam Laundry. To the ruhlie, Miss O'.ivia Sweeney is agent for the I wish to announce to the public IJourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your tf that I will run the Lancaster Hotel orders at Sweeney's store. this j'ear, and solicit a liberal share of Miss Martna Tillctt patronage. Needs a SaJety Valve. Jim Hamilton says if George Farris 'Til Midnight. does not get to maks at least onn The city dats at Stanford have V.". I. Williams, spesch a week in the senate, he i I changed the 10 o'clock closing law, Lancaster. blow up like an boiler. and the bar rooms are now allowed to Our New Devil. remain open until midnight Tommy Hammond has taken the imSave Me Your Laundry. portant position of "devil" in Tin: IlixoiM) office. He is a bright and enI have agency for the Troy Steam ergetic little fellow and bids fair to Laundry, with headquarters at Jo Law, seph's store. WiU call for work, demake a No. 1 newspaper man. liver it promptly and appreciate your KY. For Kent. kindness. Lksi.ik Hekndon. tf Two stor3 brick store house, on Southeast corner Public Square, forA Letter From Home. merly occupied by W. R. Robinson & In remitting for another year's sub Bro. Also ware room on lot adjjining scription, Mr. lhomas Anderson writes National It ink. from Kingston that The Recokd is Mrs. W. R. Robinson. like a letter from home and he could Dec 17 tf not do without it, ' over-taxe- d New Dlaclvsinith Shop. No New Ollicerg Yet. j Successor to Lackey & Gulley. I First-;Cla- ss LIMY I HANDSOME I (SPECIAL STABLE. TURNOUTS, Owing to the continued illness of Councilman Currej-- , no new city officers have yet been elected. The last to I regular mcct'ng adjjijrned eili" and thej' will meet as soon as Mr. Currev is able to attend. To Masons. All m imbcrs of Lancaster Lidge No. li 4 are earnestly requested to be Strayed From my pasture, on House place, about Dec. 15, one red yearling steer, weight about 553. L'beral reward for return. Leave any information with T. B. Walker. E. T. Pence. " REASONABLE PRICES. ATTENTION TO ! TRAVEUNG MEN J Taken Up As listray. Two horses. Came to my place last present at the meeting next Monday of December. Owners can have same night Action on several important by proving property, paying for feed matters will be taken. Take due no- and this notice. Jan. 17, "1)7. J. II. West, tice and govern yourselves aceorJ- Hyattsville, Ky. sly. Kacket Itcsiiined. The Lancaster ban 1, after a rest of several months, resumed practice Tuesday evening and if some of the msmbers cin quit courting long enough, hopes to be in shape to fur nish good music next summer. Settled in Full. T. B. Robinson settled in full with the County Tuesday. His books bilanced to a copper. Mr. Rob inson and his clever deputies have giv en a clean-cu- t administration and by their fair and impartial treatment of all enjoyed the confidence and respect of the people, irrespective of party lines. Keep Your Kyes l'ecled. A slick fakir has been working Ken tucky towns selling "electric" belts. He filled up the inside o." the belts with mustard, and o' cjutsj when the wearer perspired and the mustard became moistened it created a burning sensation, an 1 the deluded victim believed a current of electricity was passing through him. I ASK ALL Whu Dwe 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- - After being exposed to the cold or wet take a dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey and fortify yourself against cold. This is one of the most effica cious remedies known to science for coughs, colds and incipient consump tion. For Abusive Language. R. W. Fletcher wa3 fined be fore Judge Barnside for using abusive language toward Louis A. Leavell, the fine and css's amounting to $12.50. Ths assault was made at the time of their difficulty, of which mention was made last week. P.-o- MISS SAIiLIE TILLETT. FIRE anlHFMSMAN C E Cash Faid for Produce my connection with the firm of Northo Jtt & Co., and will I have severed SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF JSEW YOKK. CO in the future be with M. A. Archer, at Hunley Singleton's old stand, ready to pay highest cash price for Ejgs, Chickens, Butter, Furs Beef Hides and produce of all kinds. Buti.ek Fox. Wreck. Robinson & Hamilton Agts Office over Tost Office. Laxcastej:, : : : Kentucky, s f HSW LIVERY. i 1 :p Kenalring the Lodge Room. The Masonic lodge room, which is the largest of the kind in town, is receiving a handsome coat of rjaner. Electric lights have been put in and it's the intention of the members to buy a new carpet in the spring. When this is done we will have as handsome a rocm as there is in.the state. Stopped tiie Procession. The south bound K C. train overturned three empty oars near Silver Creek Monday afternoon and passengers, mail and express ware all hauled on down in a box car. This is the first wreck on this branch for many months, which reilects great credit on Engineer Hen-- y Lammers and Conductor Phil. Price. Roll of Honor. At the close of the firot term of school, taught by Miss Allie Dunn at Harmonia Institute, near Bryants-villthe following names with their corresponding grades were placed on the Roll of Honor: Ida Duncan, 90; Mittie Dunn, 90; Robert Fox, 95; Hester Patton, 94; Kate Patton, 94; Anna Kay Jenkins, 94; Annie Perkins, 93; Charlie Frasa, 93; Harvey Patton. 91; Mayme Ballard, 91. I have purchased the prepared to furnish the Ernest G. Brown, who has bsen helping The Recokd by collecting, is certainly an energetic fellow, and one who always carries his nerve with him. A few diys since while on the e, j j Very best Kigs 5 9: S on the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers. 1 BICE BENGE. rounds he met a funeral procession Well up toward the front was a fellow who owed for the paper. Brown hail ed him, and the rest of the procession had to remain standing in the road until the dollar was forked out and TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Brown turned over the receipt The Take Lazztlve Bromo Onlnine TAhlpta All signal was then given and the proces Druggists refund the money It It falls to Cure. flioa proceeded to the burying ground. a vcma. Dull Court Day at Danville. A Good Idea. present city ordinance has We understand the County Court i knocked court day business sky high talking of placing electric lights in the Fresh Gsh and oysters daily at Hen- in Danvi.lc, says the Advocate. There circuit court room. As it is now, the was no stock worth talking about on room is as dark tf. ry Perkins. as a dungeon and the the market Monday and business gen only way any light is made at all is by S. T. Evans will deliver goods to erally was dull, although the circuit means of a few rickety lamps which your door. $f court brought a good many people to are more than likely to fall or explode town. It is thouirht that before the and burn the handsome building. The 17 lbs granulated sugar for 51.00 ixt court day the council will repeal cost of putting in the wires will not th law keeping the cattle away from bo as much as 'twill cost to buy new ain street, vlf you want the Lest value for your lamps, which will have to be done money, go to J. A. Deazley & Co. before next circuit court Wo under A Stitch In Time. stand also that special arrangements There should be some arrangement can be Bay your goods from Evans on Richwhereby th.e fire alarm could be work people made with the elecric light mond street, opposite Mrs. Hardens.' whereby the county will only ed from the outs;de, and the Court The pott office at Leaf, this county, House door locked at niht It stands be charged for the lights when act will be discont'.nued af cer January, 31 open and parties go there to drink, ually in use. Thus it is. seen that the cost of electricity is not as much as or I have two silver mounted show smoke or. do anything they choose. A oil, and the building is absolutely safe match c'gar stub carelessly dropcasos for sale, one 9 feet and the other ped will some night set fire to our roai lire from that cause. As it's 10. J. G Thompson. cheapjr and safer there should be no handsome Teniple of Justice and de complaint s from thp usual Don't fail to see my all wool suits at stroy it It is out of the ouestfon to that !iok on everything that is for the 0.50, and overcoats at S" and 3.5'J. lock the door wh le the fire alarm redvanccment o; public good. mains insidp, so why not jx. it on the M. D. Hughes, Agt norticp ani fasten, thp buil ling every lUg Court at Danville. Buy your furniture from J. At Pea-lenight? J3h, Judge Barnside? Circuit court convened at Danville & Co., whoro you can get the best Monday with a large docket to be Many Holes. value for your money. y trie 1. The A Ivocate says Judge Sau- In cutting the combination out of ley delivered to the grand jury the What Next? M. Higginbotham's sa'e, which was ilson, of Jessamine dynamited net long since, George most ylfforous charge heard in the Representative, county, has introduced a bill to pro- Wright, the mechanic, had to drill Danville court housa for many a day. I he burden of his remarks referred to from keeping a fifty-twhibit tol'.rjTatc-kei'pjr- s IjoIrs. Tlja shot completely the toilgate raidors. He insisted that the lock and inside of the the jury should shattered si.t this matter to the door and sprung the front so badly. bottom and spare no Talk or a Hop. man against Tho young men are thinking of giv- that a new .doo,r had to be ordered whom damaging evidence was found. Tuesdayovoning, with mu- Mr. Wrigltt is a number one workman He showed where the mob spirit ing a dance sic by Saxton. It will be given in and, notwithstanding the many holes? would undermine tlj.J very foundation drilled, soon had the lock out No of the government, and said Masonic Hall. that the clew has been obtained as to who the responsibility rested with the people Do It Now. cracksmen were, nor do we suppose themselves. Had tho public senti-.nePut some rock on the Public Square, there eyer will be. in this and other counties been gentlemen of the Council. JJow's the strong enough, there would have been George Ik Getting There, time of year whan it should bo done. A Frankfort special nays: "Senator very few raids. Such outlaws can be easily George T. Farris, of Lancaster, is eaught if the people want to catch For children who and are subject to the croup, no reme- being quietly groomed by his friends them, said Judge Saulloy. Turnpike dy is so help.ul as Dr. Bell's Pine Tar for the race for the Democratic nomi property h,as the same right as any Honey. It should be in every house nation for Register of the Land Office. other property and no man has a right to destroy it or atquire it without due He is said to haye expressed a willing ready for an emergency. ness to fill up this niohe in the next legal processes. NotceI ticket, and the Senate, out of defer Col. Gaither Hot, You can get your grinding, both for ence to him, may not pass the bill Some confusion ban been caused in family use ani feeding purposes, done abolishing the oilice at the end of the K S. G., over at Leavels mill. Crushed corn and present term, even if the House does- he Seeond in charge at the hi placing of cllL-ermeal always on hand for exchange. Unless this Legislature abolishes: Danville toilgate. It seem that Gen. Also mixed feed of corn and bran for the cilice it will, of course, last for Collier asked Col. Gaither to put Lieut tf. milk cows. four years after the expiration of th Sharpley, of Frankfort, on duty, as he, term of the present incumbent." lie's Coming. .harplej-- , was idle. Col Gaither re- Circumstances have made it neces'used to do so, saying that Sharpley Another I'lke Dought. sary to send out our collector again .vas too hasty and otherwise incompe bought the old The Fiscal Court has and if you are in arrears and do not tent to place over the men. A report want to be dunned, you had better Danville road at the committee's fig lias since been started to the effect ures, lncluiling lull the U.x rivei call and settle. We are bound to have that Col. Gaither had placed a bridge, at 1,505. This leaves the money. I s a ground hog case. ollieer over the men, and roads collecting toll, viz: the Gaither believes Sharpley started the Sale. Richmond, the Stanford aqd the Crab report 1 his made Col. Gaither angry On Saturday, Jan, 2'J, I. J). Currpnt Orchardi These do not want to accsp: and he has issued an order relieving will sell a lot of stock, farming imple- the committees prio.-s- , and as the court Sharpley from any connection with ments, corn, fodder, household and lias agreed to go on that price only, the rgimnt Those acquainted with The county now kitchen furniture at his residence on the hitch comes E I Gaither know that he is too strict to date 58 miles for which it gave, new Danville pike. He is preparing to owns mil or has promised to give, 20,915, an av- i disciplinarian and two well up in move to Arkansas. non-coThe itary matters to ever place a erage of about 30) per mile. mission man over troops on duty where Deputy Clerk Noel. three remaining roads consist of about to be called W. T. Noel has Ijjen sworn in as 07 or 38 miles. All parties interested they are more than likely fire on nion. A deputy county clerk, He .will make ill meet with the Court today and upon to boy would know better than that, and headquarters at Buckeye where those fix up tlie djeds, notes etc. clever E l"s friends will never believe desiring to sign and acknowledge Froflpects for Improvement. that he d d such a thing. papers can do so without coming to A city official told a Record man the town. 3t Fix for Them. other day that therj was a strong Miss Allie Hughes, Norfolk, Va. probability that the town and county Since last issue of The Record we was frightfully burned on the face woull, in the spring, unite and tear have heard many reports of visits to and npek. pain was instantly re- avay the old. wqrkhouso building and residences in town by burglars. Only lieved by De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, replace it with a new one which would in a few instances have they succeeded which healed the injury without leav be a credit to the community. This in entering houses, but they are cering a scar. It is tne lamous pile rem. should, by all means, be done. As the tainly abroad in the land and the citicdv. . Stormes' Drug Store. lm old thing now stands it is not only an zens should prepare and sleep with eyesore, but a great danger to the ex- one eye open. Do no shooting to Low l'rlcs. cellent county jail, which is only a few-- scare, but drill a hole through the We are still ordering all wool suits feet distant It is a fire trap of the trilling hide of the first one heard 10, and overcoats at most at 0.50, 8, dangerous kind, and is wholly prowling about your promises. It has 7, 8 and 10.50. Law prices, superior unfit for people to enter. Rats and been reported that the 1S93 burglar good fits will bring them vermin line the walls and floors, while usually chloroforms his victims, and quality and . They come to save money. there are cracks in the sides large some believe it was done here last M, D. HufiHKs, Agt onough to pitch dog through. It has week. This makes it all the more imbeen abandoned and now stands one portant that a strict lookout should Tudor Taken to Frankfort. of the greatest nuisances in the town. be kept The general belief is that James Tudor, who was sent to the the present work is being done by loburn, penitentiary 21 years for the part he Should itto save it would be next to im cal talent, who wero prompted by the possible the county jail. took in killing Marion Sebastian, was work done on Higgiubotham'd sa'e. taken to Frankfort a few days since. The rascals know that the town has Accidental Shooting. Tudor is jn wretph d health and was While handling a 33 Colts revolver no police protection during the middle unable to be moved sooner. We un- in Logan & Robinson's store Monday of the night and that they have all derstand an effort to secure a pardon night, Will Ward shot and badly chances of escaping if they only get isbaing made. wounded Wm. Broaddus. They are out of a man's house. Now, the thing both mere boys and were in the back to do is buy a good pistol, lay it handy Fight at Stanford. drive at the first A special from Stanford says that on of the store. Ward was trying to put and let Smith & Wesson cartridge into a you hear. Shoot to hit; take no Tuesday morning Jesse Rout, a saloon chanc-- s on tho culprit returning the keeper, disputed with Mayor J. N. Colts p:stol, when Broaddus stepped Mpqefce over a charge that lc made up and warned him to be careful about fire. A man who would rob you, in the Council, when the latter drew a it. The ball entered Broaddus' right would not hesitate to murder you if he thought he would not be caught up knife and plunged it into the left side groin and Dr. Kinnaird cut it out on The physician with. of Rout, who was saved only by a the opposite side. thick book that he had in his pocket thinks that while tha wound is very Rout got hold of a hatchet, but was painful and troublesome, that it will not prove fatal. Broaddus was redisarmed before he could use it moved to Dave Ross' residence over Board of Supervisors. the jail and everything is being done The board of supervisors has been for his comfort He is a son of George in session all wcek but will not com Broaddus and a peaceful and quiet plete their work until tomorrow, Sat- boy. No one regrets th3 affair more urday. A member of the board told than Ward, as tho two boys were Tub Record that the indications were great friend?. that they would raise the list fully Good for Garrard. 100,000. This is a big amount, but R. L. Elkin, of this county, was very the board is composed of careful, bus iness men, and what they say will fortunate in his poultry exhibit al Louisville last week. His fowls are doubtless stick. the Black Minorca breed and are beauWho Will it Bo? ties. He'got five premiums out of six The term of Postmaster Hamilton entries, and considering the fact that expires next month, and the people there were fowls on hand from all are guessing who the successor will ovir the United States, this is quite4 a' be. Shugars still believes his prom feather in Bob's cap. His premiums ises will hold and is very confident; were as follows; For pullet he was a West says nothing and is sawing wood, tie with one other exhibitor, score 95 while Harris wears a confident smile points: he also trot second tirize oa nul which is calculated to make the people let in same ring, score 94 points, believe he has a card up his sleeve and third prtzs in same ring, score 94 points. For hen he secured second This is the situation in a nutshell, and prizj and third prize on cockerel, pet from the present outlook it's impossi ting 90 points. On a "pen", which is five highest scoring ble to tell which one will be invited to considered mna of the1Ba Vii rH a Tin ffivan stick his shins under Mr. McKinley's ing it all together, the Garrard mm I pie counter. Office came out with ttying colors. National Bank, R. A. Sto'ne, per dozen. Evans sells goods cheap for cash.y Ike Royal is the highest grade bakiag powder uawa. Actual tests straw it goesoM-tfcirfurther tbra as ether hraae. 3 mi POWDER Absolutely Pure Royal bakino powocr 1 eo., new york. gas-bag- The burglar still burgles. Union meeting at Christian church. Rev. Faulconer will preach. y Look out for sneak thieves. The town seems to have an abundant snp- ply. Judge George Denny, of Lexington, was in town a few days since repre senting one of the turnpikes. Be On Hand. o Maccabees, you are wanted at tho lodge room this, Friday, night. This may be of more importance to you than you think for. The new officers were installed at the K. P. lodge last meeting. Green- berry Bright Swinebroad. Ei.. is chancellor commander, and will make a good one. Henry Duncan's Old Stand. Over C D. Powell's, is the place to go for a neat, stylish hair cut, a clean shave or shampoo. We make a speci alty of honing and concaving razors. The hullaballoo kicked up over Judge Burnsidc failing to file his bond died out about as quickly as it came. Judge Saufley takes no stock in run ning off on mouse tracks, and promptly said so in this case. To Uu to Cuba. Dillon, of this city, is trav eling through the state this week or ganizing a regiment to go to Cuba. He will return Saturday and paper the Masonic lodge room and attend to any other jobs of painting and papering given him before bidding adieu to home and friends. Try the Crow. Col. Crow tako--col- d - s onlj-thre- The Ideal Husband. The Louisville Post recently offerel prizes for the best short essays on the '"The Ideal Husband" and "The Ideal Wife." Many replies were received. J. A. McWilliams, of Jefferson county, who won the gentleman's prize, is a crustv bachelor. Mrs. Marion Wol- ford Wayts, of Garrard county, who wrote of the ideal husband, is a daughter of Mrs. Dr. Mays, and is here, where she was a belle in societv while residing in Lancaster. Her idea of what a husband should be is as follows: the ideal husband. Not asked to draw, If any can, Without a flaw. The model man, Why vainly seek, W ith pen to trace, His grand physique Or noble face? Though not endowed with vast estate, Nor filling well some high position, He should possesss a soul that's great, And gentle, kindly disposition. If fine or not to outward view. His heart must tender be and true. A happy laugh, a cheering smile, A helping hand, held out in season; A patience with my faults the while, Withholding blame, presenting reawell-kno- son. A pleasant word on rainy day. Like sunlight driving clouds away. An intellectual breadth to meet A All knotty problems of the day; spirit happy, strong and sweet. Where the Creator still holds sway. This model husband God has given, To lead a happy wife to Heaven. Ihe sketch I send was drawn from life, And she who penned these lines , His wife. fMtatvitUt and Summer CoIic' fldHlVIv in five Neura,8iaand Toothache minutes. Sour Stomach Complaints. Price. CUBAN RELIEF cures 25 Cents. YOUR HEMP and TOBACCO. IJXSTJJRE. policies Farm, Sams. at novu I can ov, 0-- vivize zhese in Lancaster, Kentucky. R. KINNAIRD, CENTRAL RECORD Z.OUIS LANDKA if. Publisher. ' LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. past attitudes of the A Iministration incite attention to tha .iot that Cols. Corbett ana Fitziiramon. hava been c'.rcumstancet', 1 kcwise simililarly and there's nothing to induce bilicf that tlu iljct will do otherwise than even as the distinguished jxwjiniths. Louisville Times. Too R. E, McROBERTS, I 3.W. Lillard. Jno. B. Stout. Much Skxatoi: Fai:js intro.luce.1 a bUl providing for tnt! changing of Jackson county to the Eleventh Congressional FRIDAY, January. 21, 189S- - district, and addingthe Casey to a this, eighth safe which will make democratic district, lie tried to get The present session of the Kentucky leading politicians to agree on some legislators has far surpassed the ex change, but they failing to agree, he pectations and hopes of the psoplc by is going ahead on his own Iiod'.c. attending strictly to the business Not for which they were elected. Consul Gexekal Lke is standing much bragging is being done by the pat at his post in Havana and if the press yet, as it has bien fooled so Spanish mob calls his ban 1 it'll find many times heretofore by sessions that hp holds a hij "full" warships which starte I out very promising and at the top, topedo bpats next wound up in a complete failure. We believe, however, that the present ag Si'AMSH rioters in Havana seem to gregation will succeed in passing many have their b'.ood up, but if they're measures that will be of great benefit wise they'll remember that our White to the people, and that the members Squadron at Key Wet has its bteam will not do like many others elected up, to oflice forget that they are the servants and the people the masters, MARKSBURY. and consider themselves masters and the people the servants Many elected Miss Lillie Sutton, accompanied by to oflice do crowd this foolish idea into her brother, Booth, visited her sister. their little craniums, and the result is Mrs. Mike Kennedy, at Crab Orchard that they have to be relegated to the last week. Little Miss Harriett rear. Whenever a man thinks him Miss" Hal-li- e of Danville, is visiti-iself much bigger or better than oth Ilico, A number of the farmers in cr people, that man's pants arc as cer this community attended court at Dan tain of striking the ceiling as a nickle ville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim is for a ginger cake. As stated above, Chinn, of Bnyle, visited Mr. and Mrs. b;lieve the present session J. T. Cecil, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J, we do not is composed of a lot of conceited asses, L Hamilton, of Lancaster, spent last but there's no telling how things will Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Reuben yet turn out. Let us hope for the Ja3'lor. best. The fripndB and relatives of Mrs The people of the nation will now Anna Pierce, sister of Mr. T-K. T, PolPierce, breathe easier, as a special to the dai- lard and wife of Mr. W. lies announces the important news wero sorry to hear of her death which that Dora Clay has returned to her occured on Jan 6, at Greenville, La. husband,- Gen. Cassius M. Clay. We She lived in this vicinity until about have never known any affair to ba so 5 years ago when she moved to Louis-anthe former home of her husband, completely run into the ground as has this separation. The papers have pub- where she resided until her death. lished every move made by both par- She has suffered very much the past ties and the way the country corres- year. Mrs. Pierce was a good chris pondents have worked the dailies has tian and a devoted church worker, a been a sight to behold. Of course Gen. loving wife and a kind friend. May Clay is a prominent man,, but his pri- the one who was early chosen as her vate affairs should not be picked to guide through life take her weary pieces like has been done in the past spirit unto Himself and give her that few months, and such would not have peace and comfort in the world bebeen done had the old man been able yond the skies that He promises to to get about. It is said that when he those that love Him. saw Dora returning he ran and met Mrs. Mary Bird, Ilarrodsburg, Pa. her afar off, fell on her neck and kissed her. A choice piece of veal was or- says, "My child is worth millions to dered, the ring placed upon her finger, me; yet I would have lost her by and the lion and the lamb lie down to- croup had I not invested twenty-fiv- e gether, so let us hope that the matter cents in a bottle of One Minute Cough will be allowed to rest, and the noble Cure." It cures coughs, colds and all old man be permitted to spend his re- throat and lung troubles. Stormes' lm maining daj-- s in that peace which he Drug Store. so richly deserves. STONE. The suggestion to publish the list of pensioners is a good one. No honest T. L. Sanders sold fi.'ty acres of soldier will object to have his name land to Mr. Luther Raney and wife published to the world, but, on the for 1,000. other hand, will be proud to be on Mr. John Roberts, near here, traded what was intended for a roll of honor. a tract of land containing about 120 The kick will come from the coffee acres and G5 head of sheep, to John coolers and camp followers, who were Sagersy, for a house and lot and never near enough a battle to smell the smoke. These latter should be Last Thursday morning about S:30 purged from the lists, and, unless it is veteran o'clock Uncle Davis Case dropped dead done, the honest, bona-Sd- e will soon be ashamed to be on the as he was going from home to a neighrolls. If the government would take bors house. He was buried at Mt. the money it proposes to send to the Hebron the following day at 3 p.m. fools who rushed into the Klondyke The same day Mrs. Charity Osborn and use it in employing competent died at her home near Judson, with men to seek out the frauds on the pen- pneumonia. She had only been sick sion roll, it would be a move both wise three days. Interment at Mt Hebron Friday. and timely. Mrs. Peachie Grow spent last ThursWilliam Reinecke, a prominent day with her sister Mrs. Mary A. SanLouisville man, who was connected ders. M. G. Sanders visited her aunt, with the Kentucky Trust Company, Mrs. Peachie Grow last week. Miss has fled for parts unknown, leaving Selesta Simpson, of Buckeye, spent behind a letter stating that he had part of last week with her grand misappropriated S75.000 of the compa- mother Mrs. George Anderson. Mrs. ny's funds. It's the same old story, T. L. Sanders spent last Friday with lie had the money on his hands and Mrs. Crutchfield. N. T. Grow spent speculated with it. Losing on his Saturday night and Sunday with L. L. first attempt he continued in the mad Sanders. Mrs. Melia Scott, of Jessaeffort to win back and replace it The mine, spent last week with her mothgreed for money will make some men er, Mrs. Mahauley Murphy. Miss Ark resort to most anything. Reinecke al- Murphy returned home from a long ways bore a good reputation for hon- visit to relatives and friends of Jessaesty, but in these days of rascality and mine. mad desire to get money the people It is easy to catch a cold and just as need not be surprised at anything. easy to get rid of it if you commence Some seem to think that in event of early to use One Minute Cough Cure Uncle Sam helping Cuba and boxing It cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, little Spain's jaws, that England pneumonia and all throat and lung would pat the U. S , on the back and troubles. It is pleasant to take, safe urge us on, for the reason that it to use and sure to cure. Stormes' lm would place us "under moral obliga- Drug Store. tions" to pay off Cuba's great debt which she now owes. It looks quite FLATWOOD. reasonable to believe this, for John Your correspondent saw a 'button a Bull hates Americans worse than the devil does holy water and you can bet few days since in J. T. Lawsons pos your last chip that England will not session which was found by one of his do anything for us unless she sees child ren. It seems to be an ancient something big coming to her in re- relic of General Washington's time. turn. England's attitude toward us It was made of copper and was about is what might be truthfully termed the size of a silver dollar. In the cen ter was "G. W." in large letters, and friend "for revenue only". around that was "Long live the presiOn the outer edge was the dent." Mns. Thomas Lane, daughter of abreviations of the first thirteen Blackburn, was shot and dan- States in the Union. All who saw it gerously wounded in a Washington are satisfied they have had the pleas hotel Sunday night. While removing ure of seeing a button off of General .some garments from a bureau drawer Washington's coat. Mr. Lawson has the trigger of a pistol became entan- refused a dollar for it gled which discharged the weapon. A very sad accident happened in this Late reports say there is some hops of recovery, but the wound is very dan- neighborhood last Friday evening the gerous. Senator Blackburn's host of lam. jur. inomas Urayson was refriends sincerely hope that the life of turning home from Preachersville his favorite daughter may be spared. riding a young horse which became restless and ran, throwing him, breaking his neck in the fall. His funeral Auditor Stoxe has been ordered by was preached at his home by Rev. court to pay the commissioners of the Hutchings Sunday following, at 3 p. Schools of Reform the $100,000 appro- - m., after which the were jjriated by the legislature. CoL Wal- buried in the graveyard remains place. on his ton, one of the commissioner's says the He was a kind father and a good neig-boboard has partially agreed on a site The bereaved family has near Lexington and will proceed at sympathy of the entire community. the once to build one school for boys and Mr. girls and use only $50,000, or so much sick W. G. Gooch's little child is very with pneumonia. Dr. Kinnaird is of it as may be necessary, of the ap the attending physician. propriation. Mr. Walker Moore has returned Thf North Atlantic United States from Michigan to sell his estate here fleet is on It's way to a point within and visit his many friends and Striking distance of Havanna. "Bat ; YFAB, IN ADVANCE " !ONK Months. J1.00 " ... . . - Ma s .DRUGGIST, Lancaster, ONLY TfiEt PUREST DRUGS AND MEDICINES Lillard Sail The use of the surgeon's knife-iso general, resulting fatally in such a large number of cases, as to occasion general alarm. Mr. William Walpole, of Walshtown, South Dakota, writes; "About three years ago, there came under my left eye a little blotch about the size of a small pea. It grew rapidly, and shooting pains ran in cycry direction. ' I became alarmed and consulted a good doctor, who pronounced it can cer, and said that it must be cut out. This I woiM not consent to, having little faith in the indiscriminate use of the knife. Reading of the many cures made by S. S. S., I determined to give that medicine a trial, and after I had taken it a few days, the cancer became irritated and hpgan t discharge. This after awhile small scab,' wtilch ceased, leaving finally dropped off, and only a healthy little scar remained to mark the place where the destroyer had held full sway. Kentucky. & Szozlz, LeadingDruggists.j mnp :- &iM; -: mti&is, Stationery, Faints, Oils, Etc. Cm USED IN PRESCRIPTIONS. TRJ3E. Strange Associations Among: Fish That Would Seem to Indicate Friendship. JSecently a large shark was caugkiofl the coast not far from San Francisco, and when it was hauled in shore several curious fishes were found clinging 'to it. They were about a foot in length., black and shining, while the head was curiously flattened, having n plate upon it resembling a section of a Venetian blind. This plate was a sucker and the fishes had fastened themselves tp thfc shark by it and could fcardly be pulled away, The fish was the remora, a curious member of the finny tribe, invariably found with sharks and sometimes se&t consorting with large turtlpa and sheepshead. What the relationship real? ly is would be difficult to tell, but tlie shark apparently does not object, and, so far as we know, does not attempt to injure his attendants, so it is fair to assume that it is a case of friendship. In watching sharks in deep water have always seen the remoraa swimming alongside, but the moment the shark was hooked they attached themselves by the sucking plate and as q rule came out of the water with their big companion, sacrificing their Uvea rather than be parted, while thos which had not secured a hold swain about where the shark was pulled out. evidently much disturbed. The shark has another friend ip the little pilotfish, a member of the mackerel family. I have seen a dozen or more swimming about the head of a darting off to every small object that met their eye or scent and to their big contort. I have returning seen the pilot swim out ten feet to a floating dead fish and return tp the chark that was swimming on the sur face, upon which the latter would move in that direction. This may have been a coincidence, but serves the plan ol friendship very well. This association of "animals is so common among marine forms that it is difficult to disavow the idea of friendship and protection. Up among the tentacles of the Portuguese which are so deadly that the slightest touch will kill a sardine, have found in the Gulf of Mexico I numbers of little fishes aljied to the mackerel and of the exact tint of tht tentacles, undoubtedly finding proteo tion in this resemblance. As I lifted .up one of the by the tail the fishes darted about in great confusion and returned immediately tq their companion as I replaced it in the water, and there was apparently some bond of friendship between them. Nearly all the large jellyfishes have their trains of finny courtiers, in nearly every case allied to the mackerel family and probably born on the high seas, so taking up vith the umbrellalike jelly for a protector. The trepang, the favorite fish of the celestials, who spend 50,000 annually for tins dainty, affords protection to a smallfish. Iwasoncewadingovera coral reef and noting a large trepang, lifted it up, when, to my amazement, out came a delicate, silvery fish, so transparent that print could almost be read through it. I caught the curious visitor and placed it in water, where ii swam about for a few minutes and then died. This incident resulted in the examination of other trepangs, and found that nearly all had an occupant. In no instance did 1 see a fish return to its protector, though the naturalists .of the Naples aquarium have been sc fortunate, curious to say the return being made tail first. The presence of a sea anemone on the back of a crab might be considered an accidental occurrence, but there is every reason to believe there is a bond of friendship between certain individuals. A distinguished German naturalist found in his explorations a large crab, which bore upon one of its claws, just at the joint, a sea anemone, the mouth of the latter being so situated that it fell just beneath the mouth ol the crab when the latter was eating. To prove whether the crab had any affection for his companion, the naturalists took the crab and placed it in a tank, forcibly taking the anemone from the claw and dropping it in the water. He supposed that the crab would be relieved, but on the contrary it seemed to be disturbed and hunted around until it found the anemone, when it replaced it on ihe same spot The naturalist then cut the anemone into several pieces and scattered them about the tank, returning after awhile to find that the crab hod collected every available piece and was evidently guarding them. The experiment was tried with several crabs with the same result, which would seem to show that between the crab and the anemone existed a bond of some kind. This companionship is seen especially in Africa, where nearly all the large animals have their bird companions. On the black rhinoceros a white heron is often seen, while on the oxen several birds take possession and when an enemy approaches they rise with loud cries, warning their huge companion, and many a hunter loses a good shot in this way. The camel has a feathered friend that is often seen perched upon its ears examining the skin with great care; and the moose has a good friend in the Canada jay, that roosts on its. horns and back and gives warning of an approaching enemy. Among all the lower animals can be found these strange associations, which, considered as friendship or something else, are none the less remarkable. San Francisco Chronicle. ABOUT THE FINNY man-eate- r, man-of-wa- r, men-of-w1 The February Issue of THE DELINEATOR . Van-ett- a, A Real Blood Remedy. Cancer is in the blood and it is folly to expect an operation to cure it. S.S. S. guaranteed purely vegetable) is a real remedy ior every disease of the blood. Books mailed free; address Swift Spe cine Co., Atlanta, Ga. Asleep. To the sorrowing Mother of Lucile Weisiger. When they lnld her down to sleep, The Angels' gently wafted sighs. Closed down to rest, the soft sad eyes, And then she spoke no sweet replies When they lqiJ her down to sleep. When they laid her down to sleep, They erossed the dainty, dimpled hands, And smoothed her hair in shining bands, And softly said, "God understands." When they laid, her down to sleep. When they laid lier down to sleep, They kissed once more the dear, white face, On which no pain had left a trace, "or any sin to mar its grace Wheu they laid her down to sleep. When they laid her down to sleep, They knew she loved each ilower that grows, So in her hands they placed, a rose, Its petals pure as Alpiuu snows When they laid her down to sleep. When they laid her down to sleep, sss . I - - They read anew the patient smile, That marked her marble mouth the while, The perft?f:t lips that knew no guile When they laid her down tu sleep. When they laid her down to sleep, They knew amid life's joy or pain. That music was her glad refrain, And so they hcarri a choral strain-W- hen they laid her down to sleep. Ida May Grant, Lancaster, Ky,. Jan. 17, Ib?a. IS CAI.I.KD THE MIDWINTER NUMKKH and again thoroughly justifies its reputation as a woman's authority in Fash We have received our full line of Fall ions and Literature. The latest Win and Winter Goods, and they are the ter styles are elaborately illustrated and accurately described. Prominent Very Latest and Best money could buy. among the literary features is Emma Our stock of Churchman Hewitt's article on Household Expanses. "Social Life in Ea- gliah Provincial Cities," by Florence renwiek Miller, is a pleasing analysis of certain interesting environments. is complete in every 'detail, and a look will Dr. Grace Peckham Murray contri butes a valuable paper on "The Com convince you that they are unsurpassed.. mon ills of Life." In "Children and See our immense line of Their Ways" Mrs. Alice Meynell continues her serioa of directing atteutlou to the danger ol G-ent- s overtaxing their brains. "Mar'.i-Gra- s in New Orleans," a timely topic, is We have an elegant line of Trunks and vividly described by Frances Courtney Baylor. Those wh.a have followed the Valises. When in Danville don't fail to fortunes, of Clivo Raynor, by M.rtin give us a call. Orde, will find a new thrill in his latest adventure a diamond robbery. In "The Care of belongings" are many suggestions which will prove of material value to housekeepers. Blue-PriPhotography is continued by Sharlot M. Hall. "Djna Maria" is a fascinating charactt-study of the Southwest by Eva Wilder Broadhead. The "Bachelor Maids' Luncheon" is a graphic description of the details of a gathering which many readers will hasten to duplicate. An agreeable observance of the popular anniversary is outlined in "A Valentine Party," In Mrs. Witherspoon's many HIGHEST CASH PRICE at 501 times PAD) FOR timely subjects are interestingly discussed. Mr3. Cadwalader Jones' deNo. 5 partment, "Social Observances," "The Flower Garden," by Mr. Vic'c, "Fancy :- -: Stitches and Embroideries," by Emma Haywood, Knitting, eta, add to the attractiveness of the issue. xoooooooooo; The Latest Styles. Fnntwear DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Fine Child-Studie- s, Furnishings. CALDWELL & LANIER, DANVILLE, KEN TUCK Y. r W. J. LOUGHRIDGE, Manufacturer nf Hemp. Cheapside. Hemp Seed and Clover Seed. HEMP. Dealer in Cultivated and Lint "Tea-Table- ," Lexington, 1493-TH- Telephone 205. Lace-Makin- Kentucky. R. KINNAIRD'S Insurance Agency Representing Over L CAPITAL (200,000.00 ) -- BANK J SURPLUS. ( - PREACHERSVILLE. Mr. Jas, Payne hurt himself badly Friday night by falling. Mr. John F. Pettus lost a 13 saddle from his barn last week, and has not heard of it since. Mr. F. F. Cummins is plastering his house and contemplates moving into same next week. Dont forget the quarterly meeting to be held at this place next Saturday, the 22ad. Wm. Elmore sold to G. A. Siler a cow for 25, also a calf for 6.25. Mr. Sam Adams has moved to the house vacated by John Xaylor. Mess-James a'nd Logan Thomp son brought several cattle in from the mountains this week. Mr. John S. Pettus sold to James Rogers a horse for $2J. s. $57,000,000 Etna, of Hartford. (Juecn of America. - J or- $65,000.00. In the following Fire Insurance Companies LANCASTEB, KY. Hours The Florida & New Orleans Limited trains of the Queen & Crescent Route run through to Jacksonville and New Orleans in 24 hours from Cincinnati. These fast trains are of the finest type, luiurously fitted, and run-uin- g on a perfect roadbed. Winter Tourist Low round-tritickets on sale throughout the North. p 0. A. R.Dinsy. President. National of Hartfort. Phenix of Brooklyn. Hartford of Hartford. Manchester of England. Connecticut of Hartford. North Britisfi and Merchantile. German American of New York. Liverpool and London and tJlobe. I also represent the old reliable Jno. E. Stormes, Vice President. Wm. H. Kinnaird, Cashier. S. C. Dznnt, J. F. Robinson. Jb, Ass't AssIstant'Cash'r. R. T. Embry DIRECTORS Sam'l. D.Cochran, Alex. R. Denny, New York Life Insurance Jas Spllman, A. C. Robinson, W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, Jno. E. Stormes, COMPANY. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall. All visiting Knights are fraternally invited. G. B. Mrs. Stark, Pleasant Bidge, O., says, "After two doctors gave up my boy to die, I saved him from croup by using One Minute Cough Cure." It is the. z z 0 0 (0 u o to to O SC4 - a 24 al o ja m An elegant sen-ic-e of Cafe, Parlor, and Observation Cars on these trains. Double daily train service. Write for information to W.C.RInearson, Gen'l Pass'rAgt.CIncInnatl.O Send 10 cents for fine Art colored Lithograph of Lookout Mountain and Chlcknm- -. u . Tjjy " 08 quickest and most certain remedy for coughs, colds and all throat and lung troubles. Stormes' Drug Store, lm Swinebroad, C. C. J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. ORGANIZED 1883. w Mccreary. Jas. Hardin bought a milk cow from filled his pulpit at Antioch last Sunday. Preaching every first and third now. J. A. Walker and Miss Saliie B. Ray, visited Miss Giorgia Hunter at last week. Miss Bettie Alexander, of Biubble, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Price Sutton. Miss Lou Moore, of Shelby City, has returned home after spending a week with Miss Susie Sandidge. Mr. John Helm, of Brum field, visited the Misses Sandidge the latter part of last week. Misses Jennie Hard iff and Minnie Pherigo were the guests of Miss Nora Sanders this week. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Broad-duof your city, visited the family of J. D. Gulley, Sunday. Mr. R. L. Warner has gone to Lexington. Nicho-lasvils, li II 1 81? . S. BEAZLEY, PITIZENS NATIONAL BANE, U OF LAHOASTEB. FT. Geo. Naylor for 525. Eld. Bailey, of It'.climond, Teeth filled unrt en ..k ,?ut pain. Crown and Bridge nwdware store, next to Court House, Lancas- - ,rT , DENTIST. j Capital, Surplus Fund $100,000 15,000 THE WEEKLY BUSINESS SOLICITED, Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed J. M. H108INBOTHAM GOEQIlQEpiIx GAZETTE (weekly Edition of the Commercial Tribune ) President Cuhlei Assistant Cash'r. Bookkeepei Liwia Y. Lxjlvxll B. F. Hudson H. O. Hisnet 0. D. Walkkb DIRECTORS: Enlarged. 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W. and Henderson Route trains for St Louis and the West, and with Big Four Route for Chicago and points North. This is the best and quickest train service ever given the Blue Grass section for the West and South, and is seventy miles shorter to St Louis than via Cincinnati. For full information call on C. & O. Agents, or write to the undersigned. No trouble to answer questions. C. & O. G. W. Enterprise of Interest, to all Readers. TRIBUNE'S 450-PAG- Market Quotation. Corrected weekly by H. B. Eggs , North-co- tt 15c M 4 THE COMNERCIAL E Chickens liens Young Roosters Old Roosters Turkeys Old Gobblers Ducks Geese 3 to 3)$c 2c to 4c to 5c Encyclopedia Almanac and fear Book 6toCJc 5 Hides, Green Batter Feathers, fine white geese " " gray " Dnck feathers Rags 5c $3.00 to fi.00 per d'oz. 6 to Cc . 10c 28 to 29c 25 to 27c 20 to 24c 20c to 5c FREE TO EACH YEARLY SUBSCRIBER Who will send xoc Additional for Postage and Packing. 60c Net to Accompany Hach Order. AN ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE AUTHORITY. Advanced orders may be placed now. Almanac ready for de" livery January 1, 1S99L Every reader should hare this invaln" able volume of Statistical, Educational, Agricultural, Historical and General Compilation of Useful and Interesting Facts and Figures. 15 Iron Bones Calves, veal per hundred. to 8 to 15c 20 to 25c $2.50 to $5.50 per head. T J. HOOD, on Danville street. Address The Commercial Tribune Co. CINCINNATI, OHIO. SURGEON-DENTIS- Babsky, D. P. A., si' Lexington, Ky. Ml WW w sia, Constipation and Indi- cures Dyflpep- - LANCASTER, KY Office over J. C. ThompMn's Jewelry store ORDER NOW. gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. FOE, CASH! I have concluded it will be best for me and my to sell for Cash. Will sell to everycustomers one alike for Cash. No Time, No Bad Debts, No Fancy Profits. Cash Bargains for the year All Rock-Botto- 1898. Mrs. Moody Harden. January, 21, 1898. been carefully developed by culture. Lexington Argonaut. Stanford Journal Mrs. E Wal ker, of Garrar.'., who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. C. Hays, returned home Saturday. Mr. J. W. Perrin, who has been sie'e for the past six months, is about convalescent and he will soon start out on the road for the Singer Co. Dick Gentry, of Lexington, spent several days with his broth ers and sister here before starting for Seattle, Washington, where he will likely make his home, if he doesn't go to the Klondyke in the Spring. Burnside an I Mat- Misses Bessie tie Elkin, two Garrard county beauties, spent several days with Miss Pearl Burnside. One of The Record's bet friends is Clabe' Mr. Claiborne Lear. yet he walks is in his up town most every day and enjoys boy. d life as much ac a He is a remarkably man and was never sick but very little. He told a Record man this week that he had always been very prudent in his habits and when a young man never indulged in the dissipations which these days make old men at the age of forty. He never used intoxicants or tobacco and was strict in all his habits. There is no man in Garrard county who is better liked by all classes and all ages of people than is Uncle Clale. '1 he young men are es pecially fond of him, as he always has a kind word of encouragement for them. 1 hat this good, christian man may yet be spared years of health and happiness, is the devout wish of all. 1 ninety-firstyear, sixteen-year-ol- CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, r L. PERSONAL. Miss Bessie.Uush is visiting relative? in Cyntliiana. Mrs. Alec West has returned from a visit to Nicholasville. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ueazley visited in Boyle county Sunday. " y The condition of Mr. Theodore is somewhat improved. Miss King, of Lower Garrard, is the guest of Mrs. V. A. Berkele. Mr. Jno. M. Logan, is here for a short visit to the home folks. Mrs. It. A. Stone is visiting friends at Kiuibcriin Heights, Tenn. Mrs. Margaret Ilollins has returned from a visit to relatives in Stanford. Miss Eudoxie Moss has returned from a pleasant visit to Miidleiboro. Miss Bettie Powell, of Hustonvillc, has been visiting Miss L;zzie Thompson. Wm. Berkele, of Frankfort, has been visiting his wife and little daughter, Cur-re- Thft hlndrinr waa fnrnnu nnr. and about which such tender and pose, namely, a receptacle for the James O. Berry, Known as the mil holy recollections cluster as that urine, and as each it is not liable to J. M. Mahan sold to Wm. Dollins, 23 any form of disease except by one of of " Mother " she who watched mountain, lionaire tramp, died at.Paducah. cattle, price unknown. two ways. The first way is from Kentucky and Kear- - over our helpless infancy and guid The battle ships C W. Anderson boug'it of W. D. action of thw knliipva Th sage hive been officially reported more ed our first tottering step. Yet Dudderar, 13 78 pound th jats at 2 ond way is from careless local treat the life of every Expectant Moth than half finished. W. It. Cook bought of Wm. Pepples, ment oi tuner diseases. danger and all ef SAMPLE SENT FREE. The nominations of Collectors C m- - er is beset with and others of Lincoln, 20 shoats at Unhealthy urine from unhealthy ingore, Franks and Roberts were con fort should be made to avoid it. S3. 59. so assists nature idnPYS is thfi nhipf nansn nf )IailiW firmed by the Senate. County Attorney Owsley bought of troubles. It is comforting to know in the change takThere arc 1,131 cases on the docket fulfills that Dr. Kilmpr'rf SwAmn-Tfnn- r ing place that W. It Cook, 10 80 pound shoati at every wish in quickly curing bladder of the Daviess Circuit Court, the Jantne .expectant 52.50. a and urinary troubles. It corrects inauary term of which opened Monday. I A H fl Mother is ena- - Dave Dudderar bought of E. W. Ar- bility to hold urine and scalding or Maj P. P. Johnson says if the condi 11 bled to look for nold his p'ree on Gilberts Creek, con- stinging pain in passing it, or bad efIs tho best for Female TrnMeL Cnmrt alt tions continue favorable as at present w II II ward without taining 38 acres for SI, 400. fects following use of liquor, wine or Irregularities In Female Organs. Should be taken for Ckaaze ol Life and lie fore beer, and overcomes that unpleasant he will be a candidate for Governor. foredread, suffering or gloomy Plasters "Old Time" BeneJIrs hfivi Qtiwlthn amount Louisville contributed 13,000,-00- 0 necessity of being compelled to get up test for twenty years. Two railroads, each to cost about bodings, to the hour when she and Cincinnati 3,000,000. This is many times during the night to Mada only by New Spencer Medicine Co., Chat- about 400 miles long, experiences the joy of Motherhood, double the amount raised in the State ate. The mild and extraordinary urin8,000,000, and efare to bi built to the Yukon country. lis use insurca autciy w vw oa wheat and three times the amount fect of Dr. Kilmpr'a Swnmn.T?rnr Ja soon realized. It stands the highest For sale by IL E McUoberts, Lancaster In a fight at a blind tiger, on the of both Mother and Child, and she realized on the corn crop. mr us wonaenui cures of the most disSandy, in Leslie county, eight men is found stronger after than before younp The tobacco sales of Kentucky for tressing cases. If vnu nPPrl o mHi. WANTED AT were killed and four mortally wound- - confinement in short, it "makes man to huudlu nnr relftira- cine VOU should hava thn hear. At ted Of this druggists fifty Lubricating Oils and Grumes. Salary nub d. as 1807 amounted to S25,000,000. cents and one dollar. expenses, hnclosu stamp for particulars. Childbirth natural and easy, Joseph Nemaha xou may nave a CUKdUKNT OIL CO.. and Don't be Kan., soldStiers, of steers at county, pamphlet, both sentsample bottle Men ildresj, John Shelton, who killed Buford so many have said. twelve Minneapolis, Minn. Kansas free Iv mail. Overton, was convicted at Pineville persuaded to use anything but City that averaged 2,050 pounds. tion CEXTKAL Record nnH anml rnnr e- GENERAL NEWS. MOTHER! word so full of meaning There is no FARM AND STOCK NOTES. I Bladder Troubles. ALL WOMEN Should IcnovTthat the "Old Time" llemeUy, Mothers t r n v- OXCE-Brl- Rht - and given two years in the penitentiary. The Senate confirmed the nomina tion of Dr-- B. F. Porter, colored, as Third Assistant Physician at the Lake land AsylumMarion Will Hardesty, a young county farmer, was drowned in Rolling Fork, near Raywick, by the cap sizing of a canoe. Bob Blanks, the negro who assaulted Miss Bailey at May field, is said to have been captured at Wic'.cliffe, Ky., - A', ma. CoL W. S. Ferguson, of Covington, is mingling with his many friends in this city. Mr. Watson and family have moved into the Jenning's property on Richmond Avenue. J nmes Y. Currey, of Louisville, spent a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thco Currey. Miss Nannie Harris entertained Saturday evening. 3 he occasion was a pound party and one of much merriment. Mrs. J. T. West, of Jessamine, accompanied by her son Clayton, and wife, visited the family of Mr. and Mrs. Alec West last week. Mrs. Robert Fox and daughter, Miss Ilallie Hamilton, have returned from Middlesboro and will live in one of the Ward houses, on Lexington Ave. The Record is sorry to note the illness of Judge T. L. Harris at his home east of town. The Judge's many friends hope that he will soon be out again. Mr. Randolph Harris and sister, Miss Florence, entertained Monday evening at their home on Danville Ave. Quite a crowd was present and all report a good time. Capt White, the veteran typo, has again been confined to h:s bed by illness. He never gives gives up, however, and will soon be back at his case calling for "more copy." Miss Florence Harris has returned from an extended visit to Arkansas and Elizabeth town. At the latter place she was the guest of honor at Miss Pearl Holocmb's swell party. Horace Herndon, the clever pill roll er at Stormes' drug store, invited a few friends to help eat a big 'possum Monday evening. Press of work pre' vent ;d our accepting the kind invita tion, as is the usual luck with news paper men. Missing such a feast as 'possum and sweet tatcrs is enough to make a man throw rocks at his grand mother. Miss Bettina Anderson, the artist, and sister, Miss Allie Anderson, came over from Lancaster to visit Mrs. W. T. Browning. Miss Bettina returned next day, taking Miss Mary home and leaving MissJAllie for a longer stay. There are five sisters in this interest ing family, all of whom are noted for some special gut of nature, which has stantly bringing obscure business S Bold and intrepid advertising is con men to the front, and making generals of them; the lack of it is rapidly relegat ing leaders to the rear ranks of the great commercial army. Excellent Almanuo. The Record has received a copy of the Courier Journal Almanac for 1S9S. nearly 503 pages of valua ble information and is a book which all should keep handy. 'Ihe price is only 25c and it can be ordered through any news dealer. It contains Mrs. M. B. Ford, Rud lell's, III, suf fered for eight years from dyspepsia and chronic constipation and was & nally cured by using De Witt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills for all stomach and liver troubles. 1m Stormes' Drug Store. Better not start advertising unless you intend to keep it up. Any public enterprise which is begun and then abandoned without apparent reason is apt to be considered a failure, remark-ean exchange. In this day of sue cessf ul advertising, failure in it is look ed upon with the suspicion that the business advertised was of such a na ture that the public could not afford to patronize it an odor of this kind attached to any business will soon kill it. Tin.' Small Boy's Lament. When dad lias worn his trousers out, They pass to brother John; Then mother trims them round about, Aud William puts them ou. When William's legs too long have grown j lie trousers mil to niae 'em. Then Walter claims them for his own, And stows himself inside 'cm. Next Sam's fut legs they close invest. And. when they won't stretch tighter. They're turned aud shortened, washed and pressed. And tized for me the writer. Ma w rks them into rugs and caps, When I have burst the stitches. At doomsday we shall see (perhaps) The last oi dad's old breeches. fix. Prosperity comes quickest to the man whose liver is in good condition. D Witt's Little Early Risers are famous little pills for constipation, bilious ness, indegestion and all stomach and Drug troubles. liver Stormes' Store. lm NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Eight of them were four years old, address to Dr. Kilmer &, Co., Bingham- ton, jn. l. ine proprietors of pabalance threo, years. the They per guarantee the genuineness this V:U oi 05.50 apiece. brought All parties having claims against the assign (6) iier. ed estate of O P. Stone this day assigned to Messrs. J. C. Clay and N- - Q- Walling-ford- , me will present the same to me at Stone, Ky.. ' My wife suffered more in ten min-or my attorney, J. Mort Rothwell, at Lancas of Clark county, sold at the VHE WESTERN WOMAN. utes with either of her other two ohiU ter, Ky., on or before April 1st, 1898. dren than she did altogether with her Brown Tobacco Warehouse in Louis- tier Instrumentality In Extending This Jan. 18th 1898. last, having previously used four hot. ville last week one crop of tobacco, Civilization. A. D. FORD, ties of Mother's Friend.' It is a twenty-sihogsheads, whioh weighed Assignee O.P.Stone. The woman of the west is the spirit It blessing to any one expecting to be. 26,730 pounds, net, and was raised on energy. It is an inheritance from of come a MOTHER ," nays a customer. Henderson Dale, Car ml, Illinois. fifteen acres of ground. It brought her immediate ancestors, who worked unceasingly as founders of states. She 3,G15.8S, an average of 13.52 per hunIf you Bring Your net. This includes the has not yet been seicd ith the weary Of Druggists at f 1.00, or sent by express on receipt dred pounds and feels a entire crop of leaf, lugs, trash and fly satiety of of price. Wrlto for book containing testimonials work to Saturdaj. joy in labor and its fruits. She pre and valuable Information for all Mothers, free. ings. The Bradflcld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ca. fers activity, and if life oilers her leis Maj Rucker, U. S A., has reported & CO., Bluegrass horsemen arc c'rculating ure, ahe adopts a child or a career and that relief will not be needed in the Com- - a petition that is receiving numerous at Arnold shop on Danville street. object. works for her May, if in4ee4, signed to the Finance and Trust Yukon before April or The double task of making a home Scientific Horseshoeing, At a meeting of the signers, asking the Kentucky Legisla panj-- . Saturcay. of it will be needed at all. trustees of the defunct company a let ture, now in session, to pass an act re and developing the country has bceu Wagons, Buggies, and all kinds of ve Clell Richardson is said to have shot so thoroughly accom to undergo an through her ter from Wui. Hineoke was read, in quiring all at Dora Clay, his sister, with murder- which he admits that he had misap- - examination as to comrjetency and plished that, with all our vast terri hicles Promptly and Substantially tory, we have scarcely a district that done. ous intent, because she took sides bropriated about 75,000. The report take out a license before being allowed might truly be spoken of as the fron against him in a quarrel. of II. B. Ormsby showed the depos'.ts to practice their profession. They Hi is achievement liberates lor Queen & Crescent Route. Judge Can trill at Frankfort issued a in the company to be about claim that many good horses are ut tier. uses the energy other of woman, and, Handsome historical lithograph, col writ of mandamus against Auditor and that less than 100 in cash was in terly ruined by incompetent black true to the spirit of the times, she ored birds-ey- e view of Chattanooga, smiths. Ex. Stone directing him to pay over the the vaults. casts about her for a career other than .Missionary iituge, MaUen's Kidge, 100,000 appropriated for tlje State and portions of the Chiekamanga field It is said that the official Russian rc a domestic one. A bil to abolish the oftjeo of Qom as seen from the summit of Lookout Schools of Reform. Even in the small towns of newly-se- t monwcalth's Attorney and to assign port shows a deficiency cf 50,000,000 Mountain. Highest style of lithoCol. Dick Watts, and welir the duties of that official to the County bushels in the wheat crop of 1S97 as tied districts the daughters of the fam grapher's art. On fine paper; plate. known politician, of Louisville, died Attorney was introduced in the House, compared with that of IS'JO, or a total Jly do not settle down to an intermin iu x. . ivianeu lor iu cents in stamps. able round of spiritless housework, but W. G Rinearsox. Gen'l PuSa'r A?L. O. suddenly while sitting in his chair, T)ie bjll to prohibit the killing qf shortage, compared with that of lStfj, brothers to & C. Boute. Cincinnati. O. start out with apparently recovering from an injury quail for a period of five years in Ken or a total shortage, compared with Insteadday's work as their stenographers, their average orop, of 125,000,000 bushels. typesetters, clerks or teachers, None to his knee. tucky was favorably reported to the is Home The total shortage of oats in that are idle or fill the position of lady of Mrs. Lucille Blackburn Lane, young House. country is 104,000,003 bushels. To re leisure, for such would be companion-lessest daughter of J. C S. Itace courses have decided to reduce Without Blackburn, probably fatally shot her the admission fee this year to 50 cents alize the significance of these figures, it must be borne in mind that Russia 'The women with genuine business self in her apartments in Washington and have no dead heads. stands next to the United States as ability test it in a small boat near shore, For a Dime (ioc) take vonr choice from about midnight Saturday. compositions. In full Near Washington, Mason county, an exporter of the leading cereals. and, meeting success, go further to the following Richmond citizens held a mass-mea tal sized sheet mnsic, printed on good paper sent Ky., Miss Hariett Owens committed The woman year won 14,000 venture a more. migrates to a with favor- prepaid by mail. Scott Hudson last ing as the beginning of an effort to se suicide by shooting, jus,t after reading city ent or voice Flanni-ga105 Bohon. cure one of the United gtates (.'ourts a newspaper account of the shooting of with his stable of six Eagle ube for its cultivation, and the old KM "Silver Stars" (Piano 4 bands) "The Raft" (Vocal) Pinsult. 2:14 Cap King Egbert 3:09 provided for in the bill introduced by Mrs. Ijuclllc Blackburn Lane. profession of teaching has its countless 83S "Rondo Capriccioso" (Pluno)Mendelsshon. tain Jack 2;10 Mediurawooi2:l3 aspirants, all eager to learn new meth 23 "Ask Me Not Why-- ' (Vocal) Senator Deboe. Donizetti. The Confederate Association of Ken Bershiro Chimes 2:17 1 and Little ods. 103 "Tannhanser March" (Piano) Wagner. Legislature will consider a bill tucky has set on foot a movement to Delia 2:14 The the latter two starting Besides all these there are the young 157 "The Wanderer" (Vocal) Schnbert. providing for the election of a prison establish a home fur old Confederate the seassn without records. With women who would lead a life of un 100 "Faust," op. 35 (Piano) Leybarch. board of three by the General Assem- soldiers, and a bill will be presented these horses he started in fifty-fiv- e Rodney. eventful comfort at home in large 37 "Bells of St. Mary's" (Vocal) 101 "DeMolay Commandery March" (Piano) bly the next Governor to have the pow to the Legislature seeking State aid races, winning twenty-twsecond in places, but who prefer the hazards Marzian. in the world to monoter to appoint their successors. for the institution after it has been es fourteen, third in seven, fourth in five, ef 90 "Hear Me, Norma" (Vocal dnet... .Bellini. After striking out the declaration tablished and furnished by private and but seven times behind the money ony in a smaller sphere; so there comes 110 "The Storm" (descriptive. Piano) ..Weber join a dny when that such unions are incestuous the subscriptions. Kentucky is the only For ten weeks after leaving home he thronging to these too cities.the ariny 107 "Land of the Swallows" (Vocal dnet) the large Masslni. House passed the bill prohibiting the State south of the Ohio river that has was never further back in the summa education of books and colleges 102 "Musical Clnb Waltz" (Piano) ....Redman. The ries than fourth. Danville Advocate. marriage of first cousins by a vote of not made some provision for disabled is of primary importance in their minds "Welcome to Dixie" (Vocal) ..Macfarlune. 41 to 40, but it is likely to be killed in Confederate soldiers, either by means just now, but by and by they will real lft "Hungarian Rhapsode" (Piano) Liszt. of pensions or by the establishment of the Senate. ize that the world bestows more of its 108 "My Old Kentucky Home" (Vocal) Foster. 1 wealth (and that moans power) ou Ill "The Flatterer"(Piano,4honds)Chaminad. Navy Department has not de soldiers' homes or both. The Any six of the above sent for 50 cents. those who possess knowledge of men cided upon the exact date of launchRepresentative Chinn has introducad N. B. Our references are the Y. M. C. A., or and an ability to recognize opportunity ing the battle ship Kentucky. It will a bill to provide for a systematic in any Bank in our city. Postage stamps accep when it is met, and to seize it before it be the policy of the department to spection of all articles of food, drugs, ted. Address, has fled. keep the vessel in the marine ways as beverages and drink, and will effect Another lesson that the girl of the John Horn Publishing? Company, long as possible, as the work can be everv one irom the merchant ana plains must learn is that manners and 441 E. Gray St., - Z.OVISVII.LB, KY. better dona 1 he launching is not ex druggist to the cotton seed oil tru-dress enhance what other claims to suc pected before the latter part of Feb and the rectifiors. It proposes a rigid cess she may possess, and are not to be KAIL ROAD TIME TABLES. ruary. state inspection of all foods and despised as evidence of decadence or K. C. Branch. etfetepess. All honesty is not rude, and drinks, and prohibits the manufacture Ligan L. Carlisle, youngest son of Mixed, passes Lancaster, 3:40 r. M. a polished manner enables one to meet Jonth-b'nby Hon. John G. Carlisle, died at his fathr of purj and adulterated articles Mixed, " 8:00 a.m. any man on advantageous ground, " 4 SO p. m. Pass'gr " ir's residence in New York Sunday th.3 same person or corporation, in the " " " 8:33 p.m. while a faulty manner is acceptable night. He became ill in Washington same place, with heavy penalties for Knoxvllle Branch. only to those whose ways are equally Mall, passes Stanford, 12:37 about tea days ago, and was taken to violation of the law". The main part defective. Express, " " 3:13 a. m. Mr. and of the bill is devoted to stopping the New York bv his father. Express, " " 12:04 r. a. The effect of refinement and civiliza Sou Mail, " 1:27. r.n. " Mrs. John G. Carlisle are both ill adultreation of whisky, beer and ale. tion, but making all conform to given Mrs. Carlisle's condition is considered standards, is to reduce all to the same J. A. Perkins, of Antiquity, v., was Bisiiess, mold. The woman of the west need serious. enables the As tho for thirty years needlessly tortured by mariner to avoid sunken rocks and not fear that her rugged individuality PHONOGRAPHY, Enginer Frank 'Donovan and Fire- physicians for the cure of eczema. He FOR A so Dr. Bell's shoals, will be thus obliterated, for she lives Situation. wards oir the serious conseman George Blair, of the C. , N. O. and was quick' y cured by using DaWitt's quences of a cougli neglected. It too near to nature's heart. The free stops the cough and cures the cause. T. P. railroad, were overcome by gas Witch Hazel Salve the famous healing Telegram dom of the plains, the large liberty of "I was seriously affected with a cough for while their engine was passing salve for piles and skin diseases. 21 years. Paid hundreds of dollars to docher native land, have been infused tors and for medicine, but everything failed lm Stormes' Drug Storo. through a tunnel at King's Mountain, into her blood, and she will remain as until I tried Dr. Hell's This wonderful remedy saved my life." Tenn. Both are at the Somerset, Ky., she is a woman whose labor is the reThe Kentucky House, by an J. B. EOS EL, GrantBbnrg, 111. sult of thought, whose opinions are tho hospital in a serious condition. vote, killed the bill to con-- , result of honest convictions, and whoso Ada WILBUR R. SMITH, Although about a thousand private solidatc at once the offices of Sheriff love of self is lost in love of mankind LEXINCTON, KY., A resolupension bills have been referred to and Jailer in all counties. For circular of his famous and responsible Pine-Tar-Honand of country. Harper's Bazar. ey committees and several hundred have tion to spend $15 a day to supply cr.ch COMMERCIAL C0LLE6E OF KY. UNIVERSITY Oysters, after they have been been passed by the Senate, not one member with a newspaper was reji Awarded Medal is a guaranteed cure for brought away from the sea, know by Refers to thnmamlj at World's Exposition. The bill to repeal the seperate has yet been reported to the House of crndtiate-- t in positions. ail throat, lunir and cnest troubles, including asthma, Coursr. instinct the exact hour when the tide Coster Fall Business family, including Tuiand plaped on the calender. It is the coach law was killed. Book ami Iloaril in aliotit $"0. La Grippe, bronchitis. is riding and approaching their beds, tion, croup. whooping cough, Shorthand,Type-Writinand Telegraphy, SpecialtiL first time in years that private pension All ilruggliu bottli 25c. 50c. and so, of their own accord, open KSThe Kentucky (Tnirenity Diploma, unJei msI, or lent ajton receipt of price bj bills have been held up in a commit PIMttofC CUBAN OIL cures Literary if desired. their shells to receive their food awarded eradnate.Enter now. Course free, nccesful. The E. E. Ratherlud Graduate Taratlun. ICIIIIvl 3 Cuts, Burns, Bruises, RheuMedkluCa., Padwafc, if- tee. from the sea, as if they were still at No order to kare wmr ttttm rmch t. aitjrf oafy. "Qrsan matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. home. WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON. KY. The Kentucky Trust Company as? MOTHER'S FRIEND - x It Will Be Done Right NED BURDETT self-soug- horse-shoe- What Music? e rt r t of Safety y nmmm DR. BELL'S North-b'n- North-b'n- d Sonth-b'n- North-bounNorth-b'n- d d South-boun- d Hc. i $1 r GREAT BARGAINS In Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, and Gents Furnishing Goods. GIVE US A GALL TRY WE CAN AND WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. ROBINSON, W - si'..? PEftSONAl. AND LITERARY. The highest price per word ever paid to an author is said to be the paid to Kipling for his magazine story, ".007" about 20 cents per word. The usual order of draniaticability existing in the children of literary parents is reversed in the ease of Henry Irving's two sons, who have both, gained reputation as clever writers one as an essayist, the other as a playwright. Carlyle is said to have remarked, on first meeting Daniel Webster in that he had often heard of Ameri can physical degeneracy, but had never before seen such a magnificent speci men of it! .Tokai, the Hungarian novelist, who lias written more than 2(10 volumes in Ids life of 71 years, is described by Joint Foster 1'raser as being very untidy in his dress and in the appointments of his writing desk. A special edition of Browning's THicm. "The Kinir and the Hook," has been prepared. Charlotte Porter and "Helen A. Clarke, editors of have furnished an introduction nnd notes, and the illustrations comprise drawings and a photograv 10 tire portrait. Uobert Louis Stevenson's home in Samoa is deserted and locked, (hough the plantation is being worked. Jlis widow and stepdaughter who was his amanuensisare now in this country; nnd Mrs. Stevenson says it is doubtful whether she will ever return to Samoa, though at the time of her husband's dcatli she declared thnt she would al ways live there. Kichard Wagner, at one time in his musical career, appeared as a doggerel poet. The verse was afterwards engraved on the pewter covers of beer mugs by a Hnyreuth firm, and said mugs were eagerly sought after as souvenirs by visitors to the Wagnerian town. A riwil firm reproduced the verse, and the matter is now in the courts, as an fringement of copyright. So, one man In his time truly plays many parts. 0 Kng-lan- d. Poet-Lorfull-pag- e - WIT AND WISDOM. RACE V7TTH A WATERSPOUT cr THE Assignees Notice to Creditors. i Jones says he thought his gas XUrllllnnron Hxiicrlesieo of Passengers The creditors ot Willis 15. Art.ims will take it Slexlenn Train. Ml fever, but now bemeter had Twke-a-Wecnotice that I will bd at the oilloe of 11. II. k Oneaf ternoon recently a race was run Toinlin-sou'3 lieves it to be affected with galloping Ky.. on Saturday, in betwten a passenger train on the of e.ich week for the next four weeks to reEJLliLUUl consumption. Observer. ard waterspout. ceive claims against the estate or Willie B. A Juvenile Logician. ".in, is there was declared a a draw, as the The race al train esAttains. Q any pie left in the pantry?" "There is caped from the .immediate effects of the Jan.5th,lSUS. SAIJ.IE A. LEAVKLh. ton .waterspout which burst against the one niece, but yon can t have it. Assignee of Willis 15. Adams. Will are mistaken, ma, l'c had it." Clee- - crest of ;i mountain, but the immense and Plain Dealer. down the volume of water poured Our plan is a new application of an old principle, and is based upAnd Ev.r; Dimocraf, Prisoner "It's haid to charge me mountain side, along the roadbed and Republican, Every Man, Woman or Chiid who with forucrv, for you see I can t even finally caught up with the tiain and in- on the actual experience of successful life insurance companies, cover"That sign my own name." Judge can real will w.mt to read it-undated it so that the passengers had to ing a period of over 200 years. The same principles govern both, only-W- E point is immaterial; it's another man's be taken on" in hmidcars. IT 31 11 pay while you IJVK. vosi're accused of signing." Tit- name "Meantime, wc prefer to twke The particulars of this unique race ltits. our chance with the conservative demarc highly inteicsting. It was the daily THEY pay when you DIE. by Fortune. Anna Xot Spoiled ocrats, fighting within the party, to passenger train from Pucbla to Mexico WE offer the INVESTMENT features. And her uncle left her ail that money! city, and a large number of passengers reform it of its excesses, and to restore Has it changed her at a 17" Helle "Xo. were aboard. About 4: '10 the ky beit to its better uses, than to pursue an A GREAT PKQSRA1ME. THEY protect in case of DEATH. indeed! She is just as enthusiastic as came suddenly covered with masses of i'nii fattus which, if it had mIk market! down iroin black clouds. An inky waterspout ever over With them, death is the moving factor, causing the payment of the The Slory of the Revolution by real, would have roiuited in the more elec3l.;o." Puck. by reason of its policy; with us, a definite and fixed culebra. as it is called mathemalical rule, in lieu of death, Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, to run tion, instead of the defeat, of the free -- "I asked .Miss Golightly if she be resemblance to a writhing serpent, throughout the (For the first snver fus'on in 1SJG, and which, with "What did hung from the heavens and advanced matures the policy. lieved in Cuban autonomy. time all the modern art forces and re- singular unanimity, the voters have she say?" "Site said she did, and that it rapidly in the track of the moving train. ' sources will bj brought to bear upon rj.used to follow. The Courier-Journwas easier for her to believe in it than There was great excitement among the the Revolution. Howard I'yle and a is a democrat, not a republis to trv to understand what it was." passengeis. The people in the They figure on so many men out of a thousand dying we figure-o- corps ot artists arc miking over 100 can; and it will under no circumstanChicago llccord. coach, who had the best view of paintings and drawings expressly for ces or conditions pursue a policy -- Testing so many policies, They kill the man we kill the policy. Him. P.agley "Do you the phenomenon, went dawn on their vhcs recollect that five dollars I let you have knees in prayers for deliverance. only Llfjct is to continue the republiThere is no renson why a man should die to reap the hen-fif- c this grjat wcrl:.) year ago?" Hrace 'Perfect about a One lady had a nervous attack and Captain A. T. Mahnn's "The Amer- can party in pjwer." of Is is investment. ly." Hagley "That's good; I sec your fainted. When the engineer learned ot ican Navy in the Revolution,' to be We return an average of $2.30 for every dollar paid us, and yet we illustrated by Carlton T. Chapman, the The memory is all right; how s your eye the panic aboard his train he decided to Couricr-Jonrnk is lit." Harlem Lue. show the culebra his heels. Tucn began assume an obligation less than one-thias great as has been assumed marine artist; Harry Fenn, and others. a democratic p;iper, of six or eight "It's too the prettiest race on record, with the Squandered. Lawyer pages, issued Wednesday and Saturday bad the way old Squirt s fortune has lives of a load of passengers as the and paid for years by the leading life insurance companies of America. Thomas Nelson Page's Fisst Long of each week. The Wednesday issue Rock A Chronicle of Novel, been squandered in litigation." Lay- stal'.eH. I'p grade, down grade, around ucconstruct.on. ' Mr. I'age has de prints all the Clean Xeivs, arid the man "It is, indeed." Lawyer "Why, sharp curves, across bridges and over Saturday issue prints Stories, s fully of it has gone to Wb the levels flew thnt passenger train, Only about twenty (20) per cent, of the people are insurable. Only voted four years to the story, and he Poetry, all matters of special inwith the waterspout just behind nnd heirs in witness fees." Truth. considers it his best work. (Illustrated the sound and healthy, who least need it's advantages, can obtain by I J. West Clincdinst.) terest in the home. It is edited by Old (lentlemnn (dictating Indig g.ilnlng just n lit tin. Uenry Watlerson. The train entered a canyon, turned a life insurance.'- Why should there not be a means provided whereby Rutlyard mint letter) "Sir: My stenographer, Kipling, Richard Harbeincr a lady, cannot take down what I curve and at the same moment the chasthe other eighty (So) per cent, of the population can carry an invest- ding Davis, Joel Chandler Harris, Pries $1.00 Year. think of vou. I, being a gentleman ing culebra ra me to grief high upon the You get 104 good papers, of six or cannot think it; but you, being neither, mountain side. The waUv poured down ment the same as the favored few who can get life insurance? Our mis- George W. Cable, and others, are Brook the slopes in : aging iorri"tt, and as lli sion is to open the door to the entire population to enjoy the same or under engagement to contribute sto- eight p.iges each, lor SI Less than can casilv tmess my thoughts. ries during V:03. frctti the c'her s't'e of 'piu'.i ei:(,r--flyn Life. one cent a paper. gorge a vast sheet of waier, bear- greater benefits for an equal or less expenditure, considering the ad- Robert Grant's "Search-LigIN FRANCE. AN AMERICAN USEFUL PREHIUHS ing trees, rocks and all kinds of 'debris vantage to be derived, and that those advantages maybe enjoyed during Letters" repiiet to various letters lor I'i vc Years, nutl on its bosom, threatened to engulf it. life by the one making the investment. CultlvntcH n g that came in consequence of his "Re- Are given Club Kaisers, and Wider the engineer threw the throttle, Ix Swindled ty Natives. commissions are allowed agents. flections of a Married Man" and "2 he endeavoring to escape this new danger. I am the only American oiti "I expect SUCCEEDS SUCCESS. Opiniyns of a Philosopher.' Jiaily dotirier-Journa- l, 1 year... zen who ever cuiiivaicu a larm u And all would have been safe, but anHOW BAILEY BEAT BAR NUM. Daily tlntl Sunday. 1 year .. S.ou "The Workers" in a nev.-France, which I did for the years with other sharp curve intervened and thr That our plan is popular and based upon sound business princi lter A. Wyckoit. the college field Wa- SiimUiy alone, irear . 2.00 man who And Tlint at the Vctcrnn Sliosvtuun'a someprolit and much pleasure," said the engine jumped Ilia track. The engineer Own Game, Al verlllnK. scholarly and eloquent Judge Maekey, saw the danger and reversed the lever ples, is evidenced by our large and increasing membership, as shown became a laborer, will tell about his Twice-a-We- ek and applied the brakes. The engine by our remarkable One of the elephants with the of South Carolina. experience with sweat-sholaborers 'Exhibit of Growth, See literature. circus was the means of 'Some years ayo I went to Europe rolled down the embankment, but the and anarchists in Chicago. Mr. Hailey is for my health.- In, Paris. I, met a wealthy rest of the train, including the tender, investigation. N o ted from life by W. R. Leigh.)(IllustraWe court the clysest scrutiny and most thoroug making the fortune that credited with possessing. It was as a Xew Yorker, a Mr. Baker, to whom J remained on the track. And the statement made that cannot be verified by actual results. The Theater, The Mine, etc., will The next moment the mass of water a baby phenomenon that that padiy had extended some kindness during our be treated in "The Conduct of Great derm did the good turn for the success RECORD, and struck the now stationary train and civil war. He was glad to see me, or of "the great and only llaruum." Business" series (as were "The Wheat we recalled old times in our native flooded it to the level of the platforms. Uoth one year Columbia Is the name of the creature, country. After a few days he seemed The passengers and crew were helpless The endorsement given this Company by the investment of bankers, law Farm,' "The Newspaper," etc., in 07). end of the hundreds of rare animals in loath to separate from me. and begged to do more than look out to see what yers, merchants, ministers, doctors, railroad men, mechanics in fact, man of with numerous illustrations. $1.50. the aggregation, none is treasured more me to live with him. He couldn't speak had become of the engineer and fire- business sagacity in every vocation of life is an evidence of thu soundness of W e have maJe a special clubbing arat Girls' Colleges like the arLife highly than she, now a huge ungainly the language, and as his two daughters man, supposing them killed. But they our sys'om. ticles on "UndergraduatiJ Life at Har- rangement with the mid overgrown creature, with not half were in a i renen svnooi, nine nung both scrambled, or. rather, swain, out and will send that paper the wit possessed by the smallest ele heavy on his hands. I consented, and of the window of the overturned cab, ACTUAL RESULTS, AND OPINIONS OF SOME OF OUR CER vard, I'rinc.'ton and Yale," and as and ours for the price named to all oar pliant connected with the circus. richly illustrated. Baker leased a beautiful old chateau and clambered back on the train. TIFICATE; HOLDERS. subscribers who will renew and pay-iThis happened in the vicinity of San It was away back in 1SS0, when the five miles out of Paris, on the Seine, Rev. J. V. Rir.uv, of Mortonsviile, Ky., says: "I have had an investment Political Reniiniscenceshy Senator advance, or to all new subscribers news got around that the first elephant It had beautiful grounds, and "2 acres Antonio Calpulalpam, state of Tlax-calHoar, who has been in public life for who A relief train was dispatched to in the Southern Mutual Investment Co., of Lexington, Ky., for more than three born in captivity was living and travel of good, arable land. The farm he will pay in advance. Sample forty-fiv- e years. ing with the Barnum show. Mr. Bailey turned over to me for five years for the a point as near as it could get, and the years. I have had 23 couooas to mature by redemption, winc.i cost mc less copies of tlourier-Joumsent free oa C. D. Gibson .will contribute two application. as n struggling young circus owner sum of one collar ana my company. passengers and crew of the ship- than SoOO.00, and returned to ni2 51,410,00." then, njid battling against fearful odds. nnu i nt once proceeueu serial sets of drawings during 0i, "A All subscriptions under this offer must be in wrecked train wcro transhipped In Luxixgton, Ky.. S3ntember 10. 1SD7. put u hand cars nnd brought on to Mexico, ar- To whom it nuty concern. Barnum was at the lielght ot Ills re cultivation. Xew York D:vy,' a1'"" "The Seven Ages scat to the riving here onl- four and a half hours markable career, at the very topmost "First, I took in a Frenchman as This is to certify, tkat my husband, W. F. 'White, about three years ago, in of American Woman." notch of circus fame. CENTRAL RECORD, farmer, and found him to understand late, and with an experience which none vested in the Southern Mutual Investment Co. Since that time there have Mr. Barnum, quick to see the advan- agriculture admirably, but he was the of them will ever live long enough to lite full jiroxpccths for 'OS in small Lancaster, Kv forget, and which, had it not been for been 20 coupons to mature, on which the Company has paid his estate 1,VJ1.!JG. qooJ: form 2. page), printed in tv:o coltage of having so important an attrac- most unconscionable rascal that ever the presence of mind of a nervy en- - Thesj coupons cost his estate lss than $700,00 to mature them. I am pleased ors, with numerous illustrations corcr tion as a real American baby elephant. evaded prison. He would cheat me ineer, none of them would, in all prob with the investment he made, anl am still canning 01 coupons in the Company, telegraphed to Mr. Bailey as follows every little transaction. When straw Parrish), will and decorations by Mary E. 'White. "Will give you $100,000 for your baby berries, which we raised under glass ability, have lhed to remember. Mex be sent upon application, postage paid. ican Herald. elephant. Must have it." for the Paris market, were worth six A Smith Browman, Mgr. J. C Hemphill, Agt., & Mr. Bailey wired in answer: "Will fames a quart, he came back from town rmcK, $3.00 a Yn.vn, 2."! ckxts a Nunr.nii. FACTS FOR BACHELORS. No. 1 1 Cheapside, Lancaster, not sell at any price," with the proceeds, declaring that he Ciiaklks ScniKXKii's Soss, Nkw Yokk. DIRECT LINE TO This seemed a daring thing for Mr. had only received three francs. Of Which Show Thnt They Should liet Kentucky Lexington, Ky, Bailey to do, for $100,000 would almost course, I found the rascal out eventualM::rrlcl lit On ft". Wliite Snlpbnr have purchased the entire show. Kven ly, but never was quite able to checkSome curious figures have lately been Mr. Bailey's best friends, whom he con mate his crookedness. --1 made public by a celebrated I'erlin phyA YEAR FOR suited in the matter, advised him to ac "Early in our partnership I had a sician, which teem to point to the fact RiGlDionfl, Norfolk cept the offer. Instead of doing that serious quarrel with him. Under our that if a man wants to live long and J east to meet contract I was to furnish two horses preserve Ii is health and strength he The Subscription price ofDEMOUEST'S he refused it, nnd hustled Barnum on his own ground. is reduced to $1.00 a Year Oli Point Coniforf, and he was to provide two oxen. He ought to marry. These figures may By the time that the liatley circus came up with one little scrub ox, and perhaps serve to make up the undecided reached the east the whole country was hitched in with it was his own daugh- minds of young men ho are hesitating Newport billed with posters on which was print ter, a girl of 20 years. This was the about taking the plunge into matri Copyrights .fel famay ed: "What Barnum Thinks of the Baby team with which he proposed to do mony. Family Magazine is more than a Dcmorcst's WasMnilon, Anvono sendlm; a sketch and description may Klephant." Underneath that heading plowing. The idea of a woman being opinion free whether Fashion Magazine, althouj;n it gives the very latest quickly ascertain our pr.tentablP. Communica-an Among unmarried men between the WnAL.AZ.lNC:' invention is probably homii and foreign fashions each month ; this is only one was printed Barnum's telegram to Mr. driven alongside an ox to break up ages of ?0 and 15 the dcatli iate is 27 on Patents tion' strictly contldcntlal. Handbook Baltimore, of its many valuable features. It has something lor each . bent'free. oldest neency for secunnp patent". Bailey. As the Bailey show followed ground! It made me angry, and I gave per cent. Among married men between Patents taken throuch Munn k Co. receive member of the family, for every department of the housein the wake of the Barnum circus, each Mr. Frenchman a piece of my mind. I the same ages it is only IS per cent. special notice, without charge, in tho hold, and its varied contents are of the highest srade, Kew Tori City. town in which the Barnum aggregation told him that women were not put on a For 11 bachelors who live to be 10 years making it, The Family Magazine of appeared was billed with the Bailey level with beasts in America, and at the of age. 7S married men triumphantly thoughts ot the most the World. It furnishes the best EAST EOCSD. Aiandsomely Illustrated weekly. dr. posters. $:i a same time unfastened the harness from arrive at the same period. The differ culatlon of any scientiiic journal. interesting and most progressive writers of the day. and 11 ri" a. m. and 8 iV) r. Jt. Leave LexInRton year- - four months, L Sold byatl newsdealer. Probably the Bailey advertising did about the girl. He shrugged his shoul- ence gets all the more marked as time is abrest of the times in everything, Artx Literature, 9S!p.ji. HASa. m. New York Arrive Winchester MUNN &Go.3G1Bfoad not affect the attendance at the Barnum ders and said this was France, and re- goes on. Washington Science, Society Affairs, Fiction, Household Matters, C0.. ji. " SiKlr.M. " Philadelphia ..10:15 a. Jt. TwSr.ji. Brauch OScc. OS V St., Washlujjton, !.C. circus. Mr. Bailey has since said that minded me of the French flag flying Sports, etc a single number frequently containing from At 00 years of age there are only 22 " Xew York 12:10 A.M. " ji. 200 to .100 fine engravings, making it the MOST COMhe thought it did not. But the advertise over uiy house. I called his attention bachelors to IS married men; at 70 ' Boston ji. " !iir. it. 7:l5i". PLETE AND MOST PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED of ments staring the veteran showman in to the fact that above was the Ameri- there are 11 bachelors to 27 who are WEST BOCSD. T. th GREAT MONTHLIES. the face everywhere he went worried can flag, and the controversj-ended- , the married, and by the time they reach Lv Winchester? 0 a. ji. : p. jr. and 3:00 r. jr him, and finally, to dodge the huge girl being given.a hoe, instead of .having 90 the married men are three to one, Auctioneer, of Perryville, Arv Lexinctoi 8:00 a. m..5:15 p. ji. and 3:15 p. ji Demorest's Magazine Fashion Department is in every way far ahead of Arv Frankfort 9 :10 a. si.. 6;W p. ji. posters, he changed the route of hisoir to help draw the plow. for there are nine of them to every that contained in any other publication. Will be on the street every County Arv 10:01 a. M..7:f0 p. ji. cus, although that route had been dc Subscribers are entitled each mouth to patterns of the latest fashions in wo- Court Day and solicits the sales of the Arv Snelbyville 11:00 a. MS:( - n. "We raised peas, beans, potatoes, and three bachelors. And yet. in the face Louisville Through sleepers between Louisville, Lexlermined upon nearly 12 months in ad every sort of vegetable for which a of facts like these, we still find men man's attire, at no cost to them other thau that necessary for postage and County. Will make it to your inter ington and Xew York without change. wrapping. vance. He jumped from New York ready sale was found in the city. Prod- daring to remain single. est to see me before seeing any otner for rates or information write to to Kansas City and surrendered the ucts of the farm are dear in France. NO BETTER CHRISTMAS GIFT G.W. I1AUXEY. auctioneer. It realty is as much as their lives are Div. Pass. Agent, Lexington. Ky- whole eastern field to the Bailey show A chicken is worth $1.50, worth, if they only came to think of than a year's subscription to Demorest's Magazine can be made. By subThe next year the two shows were con and ham retails for 40 cents a pound. it. Men may talk of their lives being scribing at once you can get the magazine at the reduced price, and will also solidatcd nnd have been one show ever I tried raising Indian corn, but the shortened by domestic worries nnd receive the handsome Xmas Number with its beautiful panel picture lince. Mr. Barnum's one joke with Mr. climate didn't suit, it being too far anxieties and cares. That is all rub- supplement, llemit $1.00 by money order, registered letter or check to the Bailey as long as the shrewd old circus north, and so we were able to gather bish. Statistics must tell the truth. F0! THE COMING YEAH DEflOREST PUBLISHING CO., no Fifth Ave., New York City. manager was alive, was: "Well, have only four bushels from one acre. Even and these statistics of the TJerlin doctor Sams Sotabla Features you any more baby elephants that you with my thieving coadjutor I cleared say that a man who is a bachelor stands thm any other book except tie Government puMicauor.s. Mr. Wiiia GREAT SPECIAL CLUSBING OFFER FOR PROMPT SUBSCRIPTIONS. do not want to sell?" X. Y. Press. CHAS.A. DANA'S about $1,000 per year, while he must in far greater risk of a shortened span. was intimately associated with I inco.'n. Suntun. tlrant.biirrraan. men ct War. He liad ONLY SI.75 FOR have made at least twice that sum. Of course, any wife can tell you she REMINISCENCES andthuoihercreat and hisrre-.i-the Civil Secretary, and the cin:i.iK.e oltlic I'rcMiant THE BASQUES. War he Nent a "The French are not to be relied on knows where the secret lies. iss:ais to m.ikc Lnoortant uivesfgatious in the THE CENTRAL RECORD ai my. Lincoln called him " TJit F.yet cfthe .rr nsitnt tit th Everywhere through An Interesting People In tbe South when it comes to selling food products. Men who have somebody to look after bit of Secret History an.l Fresh Lrcollecthrs of Crettt Men. These memoirs. w of France One da I went to market and took a them, to feed them properly and see l with many Rare and Unpublished War lko:orap!u irom the Uovcruusni collccmn. Send subscription to this Office. which now contains over S.cno negatives of almost priceless value. The Basques, or Euskahhinak, as they notion to buj a dressed hare. Our cook that they change their wet boots and and Demorest's Family Magazine. 'I he Christmas McCluke's contained a complete Short Stcrv of the prim served it in the most dainty style im- come home at night at call themselves, reasonable hours by KuJyaul Kipling entitled "TheT'ombof His Aj.cistdks," Itivc character of their institutions, bu aginable, and our whole party enjoyed RUDYARD KIPLING the tile of a clouded Tiger, on officer in the Indian army, and these are the men who keep easily Marlit Kporr. a rebellious tribe. We have In hand aLo a A'rzo BaUmi, a more particularly because of th it tremendously. Not long afterward, well and live long. STORIES & PCEM3 you Are Going North, pnueif il. grim, moving song of War Ships. It will be superLIy archaic features of their language, have in conferring, with the cook about the Taken from the Louisville Times of donated. Mr. Kipling will be a frequent contributor. The miserable bachelor who has no Wednesday alternoon: long attracted the attention of cthnol details of a dinner, she told me that it one to care whether he lives on burned "Rupert ef llenfzaitl the scmicl to "77:e ANTHONY HOPE'S WHEAT Xo. 2 red and longbeiry You Are Going South, ZenJ.1." In splendid invention, in characters, in ilr.m.itic ogists. Few writers on European travel might be well to buy another cat, as we mutton chops and sleeps in damp lc; situations it is the noblest and luot iluimj uom.1 that No 3 red and longberry 9Jc; rejected 2Sc NEW ZEN DA NOVEL Anthony Hope has ever written. have been able to keep their hands off seemed much pleased with the other sheets, whether he leaves his top less; on levee lc less. this interesting people. Owing to the one. Then I knew the horrible truth, coat at home when he has had infill Ru fra nl KiMixr. Rcert Barr. William Mien White, If You Arc Going East, CORK Xo. 2 vhite20J.;:c;Ko.2 mixed 20c l.tn Ottave 'I'hanct, difficulty of obtaining information from and remembered that I had- bought enza or gets overheated at cricket and r', si my writers in Stephen Crane, and manv SHORT STORIES BY the world, will contribute Olh'is, tf. CATTLE Extra shipping fl 2T 4 50 GREAT AUTHORS the original Basque sources a wide the animal dressed and minus its head." then lies full length an the wet grass to McC LUKE'S duiing the coming year. 0 You Are Going West', 25 4 tf Light shipping range of speculation has been offered Washington Post. Edison's- Wonderful Iav:r.tion. The result of eight this is the man who defrauds the in Best Butchers 4 CO 4 25 cround to constant EDISON'S LATEST extracted labor. MountainsTI:e Fastest dus: and the iron ore for cultivation. Interest for a longtime 3 25 3 85 surance oflices and goes down to an un Fair to good butchers PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THE by magnctUn. Sliip. An article by Dromedaries That Smoke. mainly centered in the language; th the inventor and constructor of "Tarbima ."a that can ACHIEVEMENT 3 25 2C5 Common to medium butchers timely grave. rn ifce Dromedaries are said to be particuthe speed of an express train. Slakirg a Creut physical characteristics were largely Thin, rough steers, poor cows and Itlttate. Iir the mo't comrete :nt authority Kvine. Led Kelvin, a character sketch and suh.tau:e of neglected. The last ten years have, larly fond of tobacco smoke, and can 12 2 25 When Wcyler Win on llie March. scalawags a cumeuitiju w.lh this eminent scientist on unsolved problems ofscience, 3 C0 3 50 Good to extra oxen however, witnessed a remarkable be made to do almost anything undei When Weyler first (00k the field he Iirdivn from fifteen year personal experience as braleman, fireTHE RAILROAD It is a narrative of man and cn;in:er, by llirlert It. llamhlin. 2 50 2 0U Common to medium oxen change in. this respect. A series of bril its influence. Travelers in Egypt, it is conducted his marches with a great tt irk, adv;n'ure, hazards, accidents aiui escapes, and is ai vivid rely more on tobacco smoke deal of military precision. His ad MAN'S LIFE 3 15 2 75 Feeders liant investigations has been offered to asserted, and dramiiicasapiice cf fiction. (, 3 50 2 25 Stockers science, based almost entirely upon the for their control over these huge vance guard consisted of picked ne The account of this terrible fight written down by Hamlin Garland 3 50 2 50 Bulls THE CUSTER as it came from the lips of Tuio Moons, an old ludiaa Chief who was study of the living population. As a beasts than anything else. When trav groes, qualified, it is claimed, by their 5 50 5 75 - MASSACRE Veal calves Louisville & Nashville R. R. a participant in it. eling on long journeys the dromedaries ferocious aspect. Behind this advance consequence this people has within 35 0C45.CO MILCH are in many cases required to travel guard rode himself and staff, followed Its hou.t, streets, means of travel, water supply, safeguards of lifj and decade emerged from the haz3 domain NEW YORK pleasures the conditions of life of the perfected city of heilth, sports and 15 0025 Fair to good AND SO 8CCURS of romance into the clear light of scien night and day without rest, and the by another section of negro cavalry, the net centarv, by Col. George E. Waring, Jr., ComaiLsioncr of the IN 1950 HOGS Choice packing and butchStreet.Cleaning Department of Xew York. tifict knowledge. Much remains to be beasts are kept up to their tasks by which formed his escort. Then came 3 70 3 70 ers, 225 to 300 lbs Mark Twain contributes an article In his old manner, describing bis The Maximum Safety, accomplished; but enough is definitely smoking cigars. The driver carries a body of infantry, acting as a'vangunrd voyage from India t.' South Africa. The illustrations are by A. B. Fair to good packing, 180 to 200 lbs.. 3 70 3 70 MARK TWAIN known to warrant many conclusion triangular piece of wood, which Frost and Veter Newell, and arc as droll and humorous as the article itself. to the artillery. 70 After the artillery Good to extra light, 1C0 to ISO lbs.... 3C5 pierced at one point like a cigar holtT-- came the inipe'dimenta, or pack train, : Andiee: His Hal loon and his Expedition, from materials furnished by both as to their physical origin an The Maximum 335 3 50 Fat shouts. 120 to 150 lb's Speed, the brother of Mr. Strinberg, Andree's companion. Sren lledlts in ADVENTURE 3 15 3 ethnic affinities. Appleton's Popular er. This is inserted in the mouth of protected by a rear guard of infantry, Fat shoats, 100 to 120 lbs 1'nexplored Asia, a story of remarkable adventure and endurance. cigar being lit and then an extreme rear guard of cavalry the beast, the 2 50 3 10 His own story. He was captured, tortured and finally escaped to India. Science "Monthly. Lander in Thiltt. The Maximum Comfort, Pigs to 901bs400 lbs Jackson in the Far North. The famous explorer writes of the years he liv cd in regions far north cf pressed into the hole in the same fash' or guerrilleros. This is the usual for 2 50 3 00 Roughs 150 to the boundaries of human habitation. Ilnmnn Thermometers. SHEEP and LAMBS Good to exion followed by man. The dromedary mation of the main column, in addition The great Arctic explorer has written an article on the possibilities of reaching "There are men," said Mr. Bifferly, immediately closes its eyes and puffs The Minimum 3 Rates. 385 tra shipping sheep....... the North Pole : on the methods that the next expedition should adopt, and the NANSEN "who seem to have a faculty for telling away through its nostrils until the to which are the flanqueros, or wings, important sctcntificknowledre to be trained 3 25 350 ex"edttmr" mnrnnmth. Fair to good ....J.. climate, the ocean currents, depths and temperature cf the water, etc This kuowlej- -; will be of Cie 3 00 2 25 Common to medium the time of day without looking at the cigar is burned away. The indulgence consisting of guerrilla and infantry, greatest value to science. Rates, Time and all other information will clock; they get within 15 minutes oi appears to refresh it, and the. keeper formed in about the same order. The 2 7.V 3 Po Bucks The best artists and illustrators are making pictures for r 50 100 Skips and'scallawags, per head McCU'Re'sMagizike. right every time. Do you know that has no difficulty in persuading the ani flanqueros, as the name signifies, are to be cheerfully furnished by A. B. Frost, Peter D.Gibson, ILLUSTRATIONS 5 00 4 75 Extra shipping Id nibs lloxvard Vyle. Kenyan Cx, C. K. Linson. W. D. Stezens, Alfred guard and flanks, and to scour the 4 75 there are men who guess at tbe tern mal to plod on witnout further rest, C. P. ATMORC, O. P.A.,-4 25 ' Best butcher lambs Brtnnan, and others. 4 25 3 75 country from right to left of the mam Or by Fair to good butcher lambs perature with equal accuracy? They Philadelphia Press. Comsvuxs. KY. 2 50 3 00 Tall ends column, which invariably keeps to the The November Number will be given free with new subscriptions. Thh nsaiTacr ecnlaTns tbs are a sort of human thermometer, carhighway. Even these flanqueros, or opcninz chapters ot lianas reminiscences, Alarlc 1 wain s Voyage from India to Sou iho Monster Sanflsn. rying a scale in their mind. I don't 488 pounds was wings, in their work of destruction. so accurately for A sunfish weighing think they are marked Be sure to ask for It 1st subscribing temperature of off the south side of frequently shy the wooded portions of cold, but warmth, the recently captured 10 Cents a Copy warm room, for instance, they can get Nantucket by a party of fishermen and the country, owing to the'fear of an X, $1.00 a Year one or two degrees of right with' brought into town where it was placed ambush by lurking bands of rebels. within . LDr. Dawley, in Self Culture. The S. S. McCLURE CO., 200 East 25th Street, NerYork N. Y. Sun. on exhibition. N. Y. Bun, Ht fail" gas-tric- k Inter-ocean- If irs Worth Printing tit: m Mfflit Cl the LEXINGTON, KY. OUR TPXuAJH. icr-rfoarn- Print It. -- SCR! 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