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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i VOLUME VIII Entered at the Post Office tn Lancaster Ky at Second Class Staner PUBLISHED WEEKLT BY LOUIS Public Sauare and Danville Avenue LANCASTER KY JANUARY 1898 trot NUMBER 44 LAND RAY F P IDAY 2I ver f cht 1 TEItMSO1UIkUYI1uN NEW STOCK OF GOODS RECEIVED HARNESS SADDLESBRIDLES BREECHINGCOLLARS COLLAR PADS WHIPS PLOW GEAR c Barb wire smooth wire Hay bailing wire c Fence Ratchets staples and fence springs tiling and Grate mantles and iron hearths fire brick fire backs and fire clay Washing machines wringers and tubs Guns locks and cuttlery shells shot and powder Tin granite enameled and delfs Cooking utensils Blacksmith and builders sup plies Pumps deep and shallow wen pumps cistern pumps and filters Wheel Barrows ropes and Bath tubs squirrel cages bird cages and a full line of flower crocksTin roofing Steel roofing and repairing A complete stock of hardware In fact every thing that is by a firstclass hardware house J R HASELDEN f f Loaded woodworkers rainwater grindstones guttering carried T T 4 t II 1 I t L I 1 I Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY All business to promptly BATTLESHIP for the launching of the Battleship Kentucky at Newport News Va the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will make the following low round trip rates from ponts named From Lexington 1200 Winchester 1200 Mt Sterling 1200 Paris 1200 Frankfort 1275 Richmond 1225 Lancaster 1300 Stanford 1325 and correspondingly low rates from all other Central Kentucky points Reduced Hotel Rates Reduced rates have been made at the Hotels at Newport News and Old Point Comfort which is only a few miles distance and connected by Elec tric Car service No other trip ever offered as many SOUL STIRIXG EVENTS as does this one People from Inland Kentucky have the rare opportunity of witnessing combined and Navy life at the spot in the United States THINK OF IT The landing place of the Jamestown settlers the Pocohontas and Capt John Smith incident Cornwallis sur rending his British forces the battle of the Monitor and Merrimac and last but in the same class the of the Most Power Battle Skip of cur Navy and it will be called Kentucky Think of it As soon as the date of Launching is settled on it will be given wide pub licity in the papers MATTE YOUR PLANS Through sleepers will run from For detail information write or call on any agent or GEORGE W BARNEY D P A LEXINGTON KY 3 HOOD SURGEONDENTIST LANCASTER KY c Thompacn Jewelry store Col W G Welch W Stanford Lancaster WEL B WILLIAM Lanll hill of ate Amy most historic launching Lexington T 1 x Av111U eei c r J Iwfmams attende- db the 4 4 I L qce over Is 1 AND ABOUT LANCASTER 0000040 OO oooooooO 000040000 0004 ooooooooo ooooooooooooo tIN Fix your sidewalks Dix River is on the war path Very few drunks here Monday Three cak s soap for 5c R A Day your tinware from S T Evans Fr sh fish and oysters daily at Hen ry Perkins tf Dried peaches at R A Stones at 5c per pound 5 R A Stone wiU pay 7e per pound for green hides f The best two horse wagon on the market at G S Gaines Wanted car load of Iron Bones and IL B Northcott hen food makes the hens lay for sale at R A Stones 3 Cheapest house on earth S T Ev ans Call and try him Richmond street v 500 rocker for 00 Call and be convinced of the truth of this state ment R A Stone Y I would like to do your plain and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn Mr John Shea has sold to Silas the house and lot on Stanford and Crab Orchard streets for 1203 Boys Watch Free For particulars drop a postal card to The Advocate Danville Ky 2t All accounts not paid by January 10 will be placed with an officer for I need money and you know it R A Stonev New Blacksmith Shop On Danville street Horses shod 6D cents cash All kinds of repairing done2t Ned Burdett Co yyyy yyyyyyyyyyyyy Stone Rags Wilbur 3 llease Ueall sewing Ashley collection Still They York Burglars continue to get in their town TIlE RECOUP still contends that there is but one way to stop them and that is to use a gun In Lots of Ten The Boyle circuit court turned loose ewlylicensed lawyers upon the I psople at D inville last week Sale of Property E W Arnold has purchased of Silas Ashley the house and lot on Stanford street opposite Mrs for 1000 and will movo to same in a few days Assignment O P Stone of Stone post office made an assignment to A D Ford Assets 2000 liabilities i500 Going security caused the assignment His many friends hope that he will soon b3 on foot again Xew Dentist Shore Dr B F Walter is in Cincinnati this week purchasing an entire den tists outfit and will open an office over Ballous store He was accompa nied to the city by his handsome son Robert Union Meeting Despite the bad weather a large crowd attended the union meeting Sunday night Much interest is taken in these meetings and all should go It will be held in the Presbyterian church next Sunday evening tegining promptly at 7 oclock A Sad Mistake He wears a sad and haifhted look He is the prince of martyrs He bought one girl a prayer book And one a pair of garters But trying things will come to pass And bid our bright hopes scatter He got those presents mixed alas And now the devTs the matter Heres something to think about A man owed 1 and had but 75 cents He went to a pawn broker and pawned the 75 cents for 50 cents He met a friend and sold him the pawn ticket calling for 75 cents for 50 cents He thus had two fifty cent pieces 1 in which he paid the debt Was anybody out and how much Burglars Again When one of W B Masons children went to close the front upstairs shut ters Tuesday night she saw a man standing on the top varanda She raised an alarm and the fellow who was a white man ran down through the garden Its mighty near time the city fathers were putting on a night watchman Furnaces Fixed The furnaces in the Presbyterian church have been fixed and the hans can now be kept comfortable We hear J a party say he didntgo to meet ing Sunday because the room was cold We havd seen that same man st on the sharp back of a Court House bench and listen for hours to some cymlingheaded politician get off stale jokes lie on the opposite party and tell what he didnt know about the affairs of the country In the though not altogether elegant language of Sam Jones you old red nosed devil go to church workabout t m l arras fact unmistakable r Kraut 5c qt at EvansA Land for sale See ad Too much mud on the square Much fencing was blown down Evans sells goods cheap for cash Prunes 7 l2c per lb R A Stone Typewriter letter heads at this T Evans will deliver goods to your door Towels and Queensware at cost at S T Evans X S T Evans will have cold storage beef next Friday 200000 brick for sale Greening Pence Stanford Ky I will sell you package coffee at lOc Buy your goods from Evans on Rich mond street opposite Mrs Hardens V Clover oats timothy bluegrass and orchard always on hand at Gaines Dont fail to see my all wool suits at 050 and overcoats at 7 and 350 M D Hughes Agt New lot furniture just received The best made at prices that will as tonish you R A Stone f Bourbon Steam Laundry Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry Leave your orders at Sweeneys store tf Business in the Police Court is duller than ever known before Judge Brown can always be found at his office and the evil doors a trial as quickly- as they want it Whooping cough is the most di tressing malady but its duration ctn be cut short by the use of One Minute Cough Curt which is also the best known remedy for group and all lung and bronchial troubles Stormes Drug Store 1m Qt J Sugar at cost for cash T Currey J S gives officeS grassy Contingent Fee An Irishman defined a contingent fea as follows An its the meanin of a contingent after knowin 1il tell ye A contingent fee means if yo lose the ease tho lawyer gits nothin if you win you git nothin Deputy Clerk Noel W T Noel has been sworn in as deputy county clerk lIe will make headquarters at Buckeye where those desiring to sign papers can do so without coming to town 3t Ike Currents Sale A good crowd attended L D Cur rents sale and fair prices were real zed Mr Current and family will leave for Arkansas in a few days and they have the best wishes of many friends for success in their new home Broaddus Boy Better The young man Boy Broaddus who was accidentally shot last very much better and the Drs Herring and he vill get welL The wound has caused him intense suffering and he says it will be many a day before he goes about anyone fooling with a gun Cash Paid for Produce V I have severed my the firm of Northcott Co and will in the future be with M A Archer at Hunley Singletons old stand ready to pay highest cash price for Eggs Chickens Butter Furs Beef Rides and produce of all kinds BUTLER Fox Many Telephones The telephone exchange is rapidly spreading its wires all over the coun try Five new instruments have been put in during the last week and more orders are waiting By the way Som erset and Stanford are bragging over the number of calls their operators had in one day the former claiming 422 in one day Pshaw our operator had 463 Monday and it wasnt a good day for em either Death Peter Norton a wellknown citizen of this county died last Thursday at the residence of John Gastineau and was buried at the West graveyard in that neighborhood He was in his 69th year His son Mr John Norton of Raccoon Ind came to the funeral The latter is a staunch friend of Tin RECORD and paid his subscription np to 1893 Bro Barnes Intelligence from Rev Geo O Barnes is to the effect that he and family are nicely domiciled in their winter home on Sanibel Island FIn and that he is busily engaged in writ ing a book He had promised the Lord to write it before he died but kept putting it off till he was taken with a malady that threatened to soon end his days This forced him to keep his promise and since he has gotten down to work all signs of the disease have fled at least that i our informs tion rInterior Journal ee S andacknowledge physicians Kinnairdsay connection ith i ycrc ure weeks Big crowd in town Monday E erybody has electric lights Fresh line cabbage at Evans Evans will pay 15 cts cash for S T Evans handles the Nig Spencer tobacco W G S Gaines headquarters for all kind of 17 12 Ibs granulated sugar for 100 at Evans f Fancy homegrown hemp seed for sal3 at G S Gaines x Hay anI corn always on hand at Easons for retail 128 4t Wanted Veal Calves Will go to Country and buy H B Northoott I have two silver mounted for sale one 9 feet and the other 10 J G Thompson T Murdered at Marcel 1 us The expense account of farmers by grinding plow points at C K Poindex ters nov25tf t s Cyrus eggs see showcases J A Bazley Co headquarters for furniture carpets mattings wall paper and wjndowTahadesv Door bolts Sash locks Pad locks an1 Door locks at J R Uaseldens Hardware store Henry Dnncniitt Old Stand Over C D Powells 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 A rooral backwoods country gal Wid teef ez white ez pearls For beauty health an fun wuff A hunred city girls Ex Land Sale I D Current sold to Bob Hamilton the old Bland homestead and 78 acres last week at per acre Mr Hamil ton will to the place in a few days Strayed From my pasture on House place about Dec 15 one red yearling steer weight about 553 Liberal reward for return Leave any information with T B Walker Vurlars Just So i 20 move E T PEXCK School at Beechmoiit Miss Mary D Liavell wil begin a subscription school at Beechmont this county next Monday the 31st Miss Leaveli is one pf the best teaghers in the county and it goes without say ing that she will have a large number of pupils You can get your grinding both for family use an I feeding purposes done at Leavels milL Crushed corn and meal always on hand for exchange Also mixed feed of corn and bran for cows tf Save Me Your Laundry I have agency for the Troy Steam Laundry with headquarters at Jo sephs store Will call for work it promptly and appreciate your kindness LESLIE HERNDOX tf What pleasure is there in life ith a headache constipation and Thousands experience them who could become perfectly healthy by using DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills Stormes 1m Uncle Joe Hopper Uncle Joe Hopper began a in tho Floral Heights Church in Parkland Friday night preaching to a large congregation Everybody loves Uncle Joe who has been truly pious all his life even from his earliest kilt days Lexington Ar gonaut After years of untold suffering from piles B W Pursell of Knitnersville PJ was cured by using a single box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Skin diseases such as eczema rash pimples and abitinate sores are readily cured by this famous remedy Stormes Drug Store 1m A serious position is that of a person who through neglect of a seemingly trivial cough or cold is threatened by that dread destroyer of sumption Do not neglect cold however trifling It is a menace of consumption and consumption is pronounced incurable by all honest physicians Dr Bells Pine Tar Hon ey is the best cough and cold cure Nothing else is just as good The wind Saturday night night was stronger than ever known in this sec tion It blew down many chimneys about town uprooted trees and in window sash in many places Our people thought a cyclone was com ing and we suspect that many began patching up a tale of woe to give in to St Peter Hemp shocks in the county were blown down and scattered pell mell and much loss will result Ed Arnold loses his entire as it now lies a tangled mass all over the field making a total loss of about 150 Many other similar cases have been but none so great as Mr Ar nolds Reports from all over the state tell of great destruction to barns and fencing Notice bilk deliver biliousness Drug- Store meeting Presbyterian mankindcon acoughor Wind smashed cop reported timber J r j I n Fresh oysters for sale at Northcottk Mason has never found his watch For sale Corn by bushel hay by ale II B Northcott i tf We print typewriter heads on excellent bond paper Wanted furs hides tallow See us before selling II B Northcott 4 Several Lancaster parties attended the Clay Clement psrformance at Dan ville Wednesday evening Corn Wanted If parties wishing to sell corn will bring it to me at once I will buy same J W Miller Mgr Pilgrimage Dis tillery 17 February McClure In McCluress Magazine for Febru ary Mr Herbert E Hamblen author of On Many Seas will tell the story of his own experience as fireman on a locomotive As it was an experience full of rare and romantic incidents the story is bound to be a It will be illustrated with pictures drawn from lifo K g J goodone letter County Court Nothing was done in the County Court Monday except the probating of the will of George Donny Mr Denny died some time sin e and the will was onlyt found recently among some other It b queathcs to his wife all property and requests that at her death she make an equitable dis tribution between the three children we have raised viz E D Walker Jane Faulkner and George Lush County Attorney Owsley Hurt While coming in from home Monday night Cpunty Attorney Letcher Ows ley met with a painful accident It was very dark and two men on horse badly lacerated and he was badly scratched and bruised otherwise The shaft struck one of the horsemen named hail in the leg and made an ugly wound Mr Owsley will be housed for several days but is very glad to escape with a whole hide The county court has ordered elec tric lights placed in the Cjuet suggested In TilE RKCOHD They will only be paid for when in actual use consequently will cost far less than lamps chmneys oil etc It is the rule with the Electric Light charge for lights at so much per month in this case it vory wisely and kindly consented to deviate from the rule We understand the court voted unanimously for the improve ment antI they are entitled to a vote of thanks from the people for macing so great an improvement More Improvements The county court at its December meeting decided to tear away the old work house as it yas found ater ex amination that it would cost more to rerair and put it in decent shape than to build a new one Bus were opened a few days since and the contract given to John Hill For the sum of 137335 he is to remove the old and erect a twostory brick building with cells and office below and living apartments above He will be permitted to use all lumber in the present Luilding which is opproved by the courts committee and has given good bond for the faithful fulfillment of the contract The plans and speci fications are for an excellent and handsome building and it looks like the fingers for its construction are ex ceedingly low Work has been com menced toward removing the old fire trap and the new house will be pushed rapidly The town is not in it on the work and the place will be used exclusively for county prisoners A Tony Affair The leading social event of the was the hop given at Masonic Hall Wednesday evening The young ladies never looked lovlier nor were the boys ever on better behavior The costumes of the young ladies were ox tremely handsome and tasty and we never saw a prettier lot of girls in one assembly The immortal Henry Sax ton was on hand wih his superb or papers completelydemolishing Good houses but eyesore season t Coo chestra and the furnished was the best by far ever heard in our city None of the many bands can touch Saxon when it comes to dance music The large hall newly papered was il luminated by many electric lights and when the grand march was given the scene was one beautiful to behold The merriment was kept up till nearly three oclock when the shutting down of the electric light plant forced the happy party to take areluctant leave Following is a list of those present From Stanford Misses Pearl Burnside and Annie Bronaugh Engleman Mes srs Rowan and Jim Saufley McRob erts and Bruce from Richmond Mis Turley Crutcher Hockerdy Mess Speed Watts Turley and Crutcher from Lancaster Misses Carrie Carrey Julia Mae Gaines Mary Miller Altie Marksbury Jennie and Bessie Burnside and Patsy Beazley Messrs Farm H and Ben Hern don Marksbury Doty Walker Ows ley Logan Joe and Harry Robinson and many others The chap erones were Messrs and Mesdames R Kinnaird J E Stormes J Fleece Robinson Chas W Anderson G D Robinson and Louts Landram music Jennings Francis Sh gars THE CITY DADS Meet Elect Officers Appoint Commit tees arid Buckle Down To Business The new City Council met in adjourn ed session Tuesday afternoon The meeting had been postponed on account of illness of Mr Theodore Currey one of the members It being a full meet ing the election of officers for the en suing year was hell Mr Wm II Wherritt was reelected clerk E M Walker chief of police and W O ney came up the names of W I and Joe R Robinson were pre yearTheselected FINANCE J E Stormes and J M Higginbolh am STIEETS J C Thompson and W J Romans CUAB1TV J C Robinson anI Theo Currey wonic HOUSE J M Ilitrcinbotham oppositionWill- iams forWilliams It was determinel to make strong fort to secure bitter sidewalks and to take all reasonable steps to secure the building and rep tiring of not only those on important streets but the town In this THE RECORD voices the sentiments of ninetynine onehundreths o the people in saying Amen The walks on all the streets bad and some are a disgrace to the cityThe letters received by several members in regard to appoint meats were produced and read to the meeting It was decided to spread them on the minutes and a committee was appointed to draw up resolutions denouncing the writer The latter have not yet been prepared but they will le redhot from start to finish The Council is very justly indignant not only from receiving the letters but to think that anyone is fool nough to believe that they could be influenced by any such low tricks One of the members told a REconD man he was satisfied he knew who wrote his letter but would remain quiet on the matter and treat it with the silent contempt he has for the partyAs town is without a suitable work house a committee was appoint ed to confer with the county officials and make arrangements whereby they could build the new work house j jint ly thus saving expense to both town rhere is no reason why this cjuld not be done as the prisoners could then be placed in charge man tluis making another saving The statement of the financial con dition of the town is not quite corn pleted but will soon be published as required by law As we have previously stated the present board is composed of excellent business men men who have the towns interests at heart and our will receive a just economical and Underhanded Work Several members of the City Council have received annonymous letters in regard to the appointment of city oUt which were to be made by the body We understand the members have a good idea of where the letters came from but will only treat as it should silent contempt Resorting to such so sneaking and cowardly as the an nonymous letter never does much good for the writer of the contemptible epistles and if left unnoticed and given enough rope the writers will hang themselves every time A great many such documents are received at this office and scarcely anything oc curs that some Friend does not TIlE RECORD to publish The stovedoor instead of the columns paper awaits such and they are placed therein with out giving them a minutes thought Life is too short to waste any time over such miserable cowards as the annonymous letter writers TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxstive Bromo Quinine Tablets All Druggists refund the money if it falls to Cure cents e allover arc annonymous andcounty ofone people careuladministration cer bewith methods advise communications matter o four nn J tile Royal is tile igltest grade kasw Actual tests it fwdIer tkaa It Sbig pwsg asw gst- kkd say strbr Absolutely rura ROYAL BAKINO POW CO NSW VOWC GENERAL NEWS The council of ministers in Cuba have decided to send Rafael Argulo who is the manager of a New York on the basis of reciprocity I blfrnt POWDER SO II f OIU J negotiate to I 404H UUeI SI SSSSSSSSSUS The cigarette trust is sad to be exercised ovor the anticig arette bill as the chancis for its are good They are supposed to a lobby at work in a sly way doing every possible thing to defeat it Kid McCoy has deposited 5000 with a New York sporting paper as a forfeit to fight either Corbett or Fitz simmons for the heavyweight cham pionship of the world Corbett only laughs at McCoys nerve while Fitz never replied The Kentucky House passed the bill permitting husband and wife to testify for or against each other in divorce proceedings and certain other actions It also passed the bill forbidding against any employe be People coming out from the Klondike country say there is plenty food at to last till navigation is open ed Government relief is also declared impracticable A committee is on its way to Ottawa to ask the Canadian Government to revoke the royalty clauseThree men were killed and four in jured in a collision of freight trains atUpton near Elizibethtown on the main lina of the Louisville and Nash ville Tuesday morning All day rnd night the wreck blocked the track a suspension of traffic Engineer William II Miller Brake man Lee Elstone and Thomas Dalton a tramp were killed ExChief Justice Thomas H Hines one of Kentuckys most distinguished sons died Saturday morning at his home in Frankfort The faneral took place in Frankfort Monday afternoon was a Captain in Gen John Morgans brigade during the civil var and one of the most daring and successful offi cers in that famous command Saturday the Directory of the Cin ceiver and the Court acting in accord with the prayer appointed George Hitler and Albert Fisher The reason given for the assignment is reduced gether with hard pressure by creditors The corporation has an authorized capital stock of 300003 whereof 5231 000 is paid up The members of the Legislature and the State Officers on the invitation of the Faculty and Trustees of the State College assisted in dedicating the Natural History Building just There was speechmaking and other ceremonies appropriate to the occasion and a good time generally The visiting statesmen were by the authorities of the Luna tic Asylum with a most bountiful and The visitors had every reason to be gratified with the hospitality shown them and we un derstand that they so expressed theta selves considerably passage have has discrimination organization Dawson andcaused BowlingGreen petition bythe completed entertained beautifulcollation Prepare for Cyclones- By Insuring your Houses Insure your HempA- nd Take No Risk of Loss We write thesePolicies R KINNAIRD flGeneral Insurance L nc t iJ jL r f 7 T CENTRAL V K WEEK BY fOUIS Z NDJIAX PablisJttir LANCASTER KENTUCKY Y ADVAKC SIX MONTHS THBKK FRIDAY January 28 189S TIlE Jessamine county member of the legislature introduced bill to prohibit toll gate keepers from keeping a dog If the Jessamine solon wants to be on the winning side he should have made his law to prevent anyone from keeping a tollgate PUBLIC building bills introduced in Congress at this session call for appro priations aggregating 530000000 It is a pet scheme of congressmen to get bills through for erecting buildings in their district and thereby gain a few votes Congressmen understand each other they are nIl theN for the same purpose and when one wants a bill passed the sign is given and it goes through like sort soap through a greased tin horn The public law is almost as badly abused as the pension laws though no kicks are coming against it R CORD J OKS IBoIl 50 25 building ever heard 100- TXRMS THE appointment of a surveyor of the port at Louisville seems to have hung fire Exilayor Todd of Louis ville is in Washington and some think he went to make a fight for the place thinking that he might be named as a compromise between Deboes candid ate Barnett and Bradleys man Todd says he is not a candidate and does not intend to be or make any fight If however the President should decide to offer the place to him he would gladly accept it Senator Daboe says there will be no comprom ise as far as he is concerned He is friendly to Todd but he is committed to Barnett and will be for him first last and for all the time What a poli tician says though does not amount to a hill of beans Every candidate for the place is hustling and the disposi tion of the plum has doubtless caused Mr McKinley to scratch his pate many times REV E L STODDARD D D rector of St Johns Protestant Episcopal Church of Jersey City one of the most fashionable churches in that city has set the church people on their ps and qs by organizing a dancing class which is to meet in the church cdjfice once a week and which is composed of mem bers of his Bible class The first danc ing class was held last week The innovation will unquestionably raise a great storm of protests from ortho dox church circles This man of cloth says if the members of his church want to dance or play cards or do any of those other frivolous things which are generally frowned upon from the pul pit they are at perfect liberty to in dulge their taste in that direction and the church edifice is at their disposal Regular weekly dances are to be given in the church the clerical old cuss puts on a crackertail coat and cuts the pigeon wing with as much grace as any of the boys By the time the long faced old sisters get through with Bra Stoddard he will not have as much skin left on him as there is goods in the average ball dress Collier FOR the first time since the insur rection broke out in Cuba three years ago the United States Government is represented in the harbor of Havana by a warship At a special meeting at the White House Monday morning be tween the president Secretary Long Assistant Secretary Day Attorney General McKenna and General Miles it was decided to send the excellent battleship Main to the seat of war The Navy Department insists that no significance is to be attached to the order which it describes as merely a resumption of the policy recently in terrupted of having war vessels call occasionaly at that port It was an nounced that Consul General Lee had not asked for a war ship and that Spanish Minister De Lome was fully advised as to the nature of the orders for the movement of the Maine these pacific assurances the opinion at Washington is that Lee has called for a war ship and that the Maine goes to Havana for the protec tion of American interests We try to prevent having such an opinion but the presentiment will come that this grand country is itch ing so to speak for a war and that we will finally succeed in getting into one In other words Uncle Sam has a chip on his shoulder and by continually daringsome one to knock it off the right party will finally be found We believe the United States can whip any other nation on the globe and are confident that many of the high offi cials think the same way but the simple fact that we can lick em is no reason why we should There is al ways a way to avoid trouble if one wants to avoid it and in these blessed days of peace all differences can be amicably settled if those interested only desire that it be done that way Toaiig Wives Do Likewise He criticised her pudding and he didnt like her cake he wished shed make the biscuits his mother used to make she didnt wash the dithes and she didnt make a stew and she didnt mend his stockings as his mother used to do Oh well she wasnt perfect u t he triedjto do her bet until she thought the time had come for her to have a rest So when one day he growled and whined the whole day through she turned him and faHsed his pants as mother used to do rEx Pf 6ia Con tiptioriand Lid fettioD Begulateetbe Liver 25 eta Despite general TEAcuNsD7Ipep Price r yNUI1AN i f ii BUCKEYE After a long silence Buckey comes to the front agiin this tuna through the feeble efforts of a brandnew on who has never at tempted to fill position of a news paper correspondent I presume it is the first duty of a correspondent to give the news so I begin to wonder if it will be possible fur ma to get up a weekly list of news from this place notwithstanding Buckeye is a thriving little village The Stone mail to reach us Saturday on account of high water Wolford Rayney and family have moved to the house owned by Chas Baker known as the Alex Ray prop erty Quite a number of our citizens Lancaster court Monday Several parties bought stock but I failed to learn prices correspondent tile faile I attended I John Dickerson and family have moved to Sirs lagans property The toll gate house is now vacant and is for sale or rent Miss Hattie Jones has returned from a visit to her cousin Mrs J W Per rin of Stanford Miss Georgia of Xicholasville is visiting Miss Sallie B Ray We with Miss Georgia in the loss of her mother who died recently H P Brown returned home Sunday from a business trip to Burgin Mr Maniford and wife of Swallowfield Ky were deeplysympathize hunter visiting relatives here last week Mr and Mrs Herod Ray went to Lexing ton last week While there Mrs Ray had 16 teeth extracteJ Some of the young folks of this place spent Sunday at Marksbury aud were pleasantly en tertained by Miss Lillie Sutton lIen ry Ray of Illinois after spending three weeks with his parents left Monday for Danville Ind where he will enter college Mr Curd of Bur gin visited one of our young ladies Sunday The weather nor the dis tance didnt to effect him lIe knows its a true saying A faint heart never one fair lady We are anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no pleas anter or better way to do it than by recommending One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia consumption and other seriou slung troubles that follow neglected colds Stormes Drug Storo flu MARKSBURY Mrs Wm Parks has been suffering with La Grippe George Durham sold to W P Tuggle 7 shoats at 2 l2c per pound- J C Boner sold to J T Cecil 73 acres of unimproved land for 35 per acreMessrs Cecil and Pollard sold their store and property to Mr Nelson Bo gie for They will give posses sion the first of March Last Friday afternoon while Mr Chas Burdette was haltering a calf it became unruly threw up its head striking him in the face inflicting painful wound but it has proved to be nothing serious Mr Richard Hackley visited Mr and Mrs Reuben Naylor last week Char lie Durham has returned home after spending several weeks in Pineville Mr Ebb Dickerson and Miss Sallie B Ray of Buckeye Mr Alec Walker of McCreary and Miss Georgia Hunter of Nicholasville were the guests of Lillie Sutton Sunday eon I 2250 a Miss 4 There are three little things which do more work than any other three little things created they are the the bee and DeWitts Little Early Risers the last being the famous little pills for stomach and liver troubles Stormes Drug Store 1m MT HEBRON Miss Bessie Doty spent last week with the family of Mr Denny Scott We had a very hard rain and storm Saturday and Saturday night doing some damage Rev J L Willis was again in his pulpit at this place Sunday and an excellent discourse Miss A E Scott who is teaching a select school at Teatersville visited her parents at this place Sunday Miss Susie Chilton of Lexington is the charming guest of Mrs W D Scott Mr W D Scott made a trip to Lexington this week H T Ray of Buckeye was in our midst Sunday Mr Calvin Huffman and sister were the guests of Mrs Tiny Cheatham Sunday An exchange says a little girl named Mary went to a boarding school and soon dropped letter from her name making it May Last year she and still another was clipped Sheis Ma now PREACHERSVILLE J L bought a mare from Jno Lovell for 3750 Your correspondent is sick this week thus this short letter Miss Maggie Sutton opened a select school at this place last Monday Jones Anderson and J F Holtzclaw rented the entire S W Harber farm for S38L The mail failed to be carried from and to Preachersville Saturday on ac count of high water Miss Maggie Hollie of Hanging Fork and Miss Lulie Lay of Lower Garrard were guests of Miss Katie Payne Sat urday Mrs Jas Payne and sister Miss Katie visited at Rowland Sunday Dont annoy others by your cough ins and riik your life by neglecting a coM One minute Cough cure cures coughs colds croup grippe and all throat lung troubles Drug Store 1m ant delivered business married Hutchings and v q StOrm Iisa blood disease which all the mineral mixtures in the world SSS purely is a real for blood diseases and has no equal Mrs Y T Buck of Dclancy Arl had Scrofula for twentyfive years and most of the time was the care of the doctors who could not relieve her A dce d cannot cure guaralllc d bloodremedy L SI11ii specialist said he cure her but he filled her with arsenic aud potash which almost her constitution She then took nearly socalled blood medicine and drank theni by the wholesale bnt did not reach her trouble Sonic one advised her to try SSS and she very eYcr thc soon found that she had a real blood remedy at last She says After one dozen bottles SSS I am perfectly well my skin is clear and I not be in former condition for two thousand dollars Instead of drying upthe poison in niy system potash and arsenic drove the out through the skin and I was perma nently of it A Real Blood Remedy SSS never fails to cure Scrofula Eczema Rheumatism Contagious Blood Poison or any disorder of the blood Do not rely a simple tonic to cure a deepseated blood but take a real blood Our books free appli cation Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga f MCCREARY The Misses Nave entertained Friday at their beautiful home on Long Branc Mrs Mary L Swope closed her school which was delayed last fall by siclness Miss Bertha BurnsiJe of Lancaster was the guest of Mrs A F Moberly from Friday to Monday Miss Bottle Severance of Crab Or chard has returned home after spend ing several weeks with her cousin Miss Irene Simpson Messrs Elbert pickerson and J A Walker and Misses Sallie B Ray and Georgia Hunter visited Miss Lillie Sut ton at Marksbury Sunday- A cyclone struck this place Saturday night unroofing barns blowing down fruit trees and the big rains raising the waters destroying fencing and doing considerable damage for the farmers A thrill of terror is experienced when a brassy cough of croup sounds through the house at night But the terror soon changes to relief after One Minute Cough Cure has been Safe and harmless for children Stormes Drug Store 1m FLATWOOD We have had some very hard wash ing rains and the mud roads are al most impassable The members of Good Hope church are anticipating holding a protracted meeting begining Feb 15th in great demand and rent is much higherMr D Goochs child who has been very sick with pneumonia is bet ter at this writing Mr Eph Ham mack is also convalesent Mr Lindsey Beaumons of Fairland Ind visited his sister Mrs Linda Mur phy a few days since He has gone to Marksbury to visit other relatives Children and adults tortured by burns scalds injuries eczema or skin diseases may secure instant relief by using DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is the great Pile remedy Stormes Drug Store im taking II S S Fridayafternoon a administered weddingsin Success In Striking Titles The value of a striking title to an article or story is understood by no American periodical so well as The Ladies Home Journal wri tes a New York correspondent It has made its titles famous by their uniqueness Its SideTalks With Girls Heart to Heart Talks and Unknown Wives of WellKnown Men have been ridiculed and paraphrased from one end of the country to the other But it has all been the Philadelphia period ical Just now the title of The In ncr Experiences of a Cabinet Mem bers Wife is attracting attention Julia Magruders new lovestory is given the title of A Hill taken from Shakespeare really but who but the Journal wouU have thought of it Marion Crawfords new story is called The Dead title good enough to sell any story The Men I Never Married is tacked to a new series The Man Under Ihirtyfive made the reputation o Lilian Bell in this magazine My Literary Passions under which Mr Howells wrote in the Journal served at once to attract attention Julian Hawthorne sends a strong story to the magazine but with a poor title It is immediately rechristened There are no Wolves in Ireland Yet each title adopted by this clever magazine fits the story and is really the best caption for it A Minister of the World started that story on its success Mr Beecher as I Knew Him was an title for Mrs Beechera oirs of her husband The Gentle man Who is Going to Die is the cap tion for a forthcoming story by Clara Morris Talk about cleverness in titles what magazine is such a past master in the art as is The Ladies Home Journal And a newspaper man knows how difficult this art of titlemaking is But nothing is so valuable in attracting the eye of the public gristfor HeavenKissing Smilea inimitable them 11 DRUGGIST Lancaster JfiO Kentucky THE PUREST DRUGS AND MEDICINES USED IN PRESCRIPTIONS R QNLY MCROBITS How to Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twenfyfour hours a sediment or settling indicates an unhealthy the kidneys When urine stains linen it is evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent de sire to urinate or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out WHAT TO DO There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passages It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it or bad ef fects following use of liquor or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times the night to The mild and extraordinary ef feet of SwampRoot is soon realized It the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent by mail REC OUP send your address to Dr Kil mer Co Binghampton N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantees the genuineness of offer 3 WALLACETON 15 rn to the wife of Jan Guinn on the 14th inst a daughter JimmJQ W3lie who has boen very sick with pneumonia is growing bet ter Mr Forga Caldwell of Jackson county is visiting friends hera this The wife of Mr Isaac Guinn is very sick with pneumonia and seems to be growing worse Grandmother Wylie who is in the SGth year of her age is very low with sciatic and her recovery is regarded as doubtful The wife of Frank Wylie died of pneumonia on the 14th inst She leaves a husband and who have the sympathy of the entire community Our neighborhood was visited on Saturday night by a considerable storm that had thjngs pretty much its own way The most serious damage re ported so far was blowing down a straw rick on some hogs and cattle be longing to George A Ballard killing one valuable steer and seriously wounding another Several persons narrowly escaped being seriously hurt ai Beams nill a few days ago A short time before Mr IJoain had mixed into a stiff mor tar about half a barrel of cement and placed it on the top of the millstone to give it greater weight After he thought it had become sufficiently hardened he resumed grinding and when under full headway the cement broke loose and was hurled in great pieces in all directions causing those Thomas Kinnard the miller was the only one who did not run and he was pelted on the arms and in a manner more lively than pleasant he stood at his post with all the firmness of a Stonewall Jackson and was not seriously hurt As3lsiic33 to Creditors oforder remedyfulfills ne durin urinate stand TRI week twosmall children placethat Notice and although The creditors of Willis B Adams will take notice that I will be at the ofllje of R H Tomilnsons in Lancaster Ky on Saturday of each week for the next four weeks to re ceive claims against the estate of Willis B Adams JauSth 1S93 SALLIE A LEA YELL Assignee of Willis B Adams LAND FOR SALE I desire to sell privately part of my farm on Dix River about 1 miles from Joel Walkei bridge The tract contains from CO to 70 acres to suit purchaser all lies in one boundary Excellent land fenced and plenty of water Jan 28 98 JERRY P BLAND well i4 Easy Terms HESAPEAKE OHIO AT DIRECT LINE TO White Sulphur Spring Old Point Comfort Neiportlis faslinjtoD New York City Leave Lexington 11 25 i M and 8 50 p x 1158 A M 923 P M Arrive 6 50 A M p M Philadelphia 1015 AM 705 PM 12 40 AM 9 OS p M Boston 800 PM 715pM WEST Lv Winchester 30 A M p M and 300 P at Arv Lexingtons 00 A H515 p M and 345 P if Arv Frankfort 9 10 AK 613 Arv 1001 AlC 700 P M Arv Louisville 11 00 At H 800 p M Through sleepers between Louisville Lex without For rates or to Div Pass Agent Lexington Ky Richmond Norfolk 4 t4 BaltiMore EAST BOUND 340 W 4 Px w informatlonwrlte G W BARNEY l k4 BOUND Starvation in Cuba Secretary Sherman has issued his third appeal to the American public in behalf of the starving Cubans and again calls attention to the urgent necessity for immediate relief as To the Public The undersigned Secretary of State of United had the honor on the 24th of December to make known to all charitably dis posed people of this eounrry the ap peal of the President for aid in the form of money or supplies toward the speedy relief of the distressing desti tution and wheh exists among the people of tubaThe gratifying interest which his countrymen shown in all parts of our Uimi in that humane led tho President to recognize the noed of orderly ani concerted effort under well directed control if timely assist ance is to be given by to tho sick and in Cuba The ConsulGeneral Havana is assured of the effective cooperation of and spared The Spanish Government welcoming the aid thus tendered will the work and to that end will admit into Cuba free of duties and charges all articles otherwise liable to tax when duly con signed to the ConsulGeneraL direction of the President the undersigned appeals to tho in every city and town to the municipal corporations and others producing the necessities of life and to all whose hearts are open to the cry of distress and affliction to the second generous effort now being mado and by well directed endeavor make its success truly responsive to the sentiments of charity that have ever characterized the American people Joittf ShERMAN Secretary of State The Governor of Kentucky has like wise made an appeal of the same na ture and has appointed W G Colde wey of Louisville Ky as Chairman of the Relief Committee for Kentucky to whom funds or supplies may be sent properly marked Cuban Relief Fund Such funds or supplies will be promptly forwarded to the Central Relief Committee at New York through such Committee be properly distributed where most needed throughout the island of Cuba and to which end the transportation have offeed their facilities free and the Spanish and Cuban govern ments will lend every aid R KINNAIRDS Insurance Agency Representing Over SSTOOOOOO In the following Fire Insurance Companies Etna of Hartford Jueen of America National of Hartfort Phenix of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford British and Mcrchantile German American of New York Liverpool and London and Globe- I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance ORGANIZED 1883 NATIONAL BARK LANOA8TEB FT Capital Surplus Fund 1OOOOO 15OOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed J M HIGGINBOTHAM Preslden LEWIS Y LKJLYILL B F HUDSON W O KIQNKY VicePresident Cashlei Assistant Cashr Bookkeeper DIRECTORS J M HlQOIHBOTHAM LXWI8 T LBA7XLL J 8 JOHNSON T M ARNoLD H C ABNOLD JR B F HUDSON ILXZGIBBS J J WALK JACOB Y ROBINSON Market Quotation Corrected weekly by H B North cott 13 and 14c Chickens 4J Hens i4to4KcYoung c- Old Roosters 2c Turkeys 6to6J c- Old Gobblers Ducks 5c Geese i v 300 to 400 per doz Hides Green 6 c Butter i ylOc Feathers fine white geese 28 gray 25 to27e Duck feathers i 20to24c Rags 15 to 20c per hundred Iron 4 8 to 15c Bones i 20 tp25c Calves veal 250 to 550 per head The entertainment of Gfov Bradley to the general assembly has post cause is given and position is it will come in future I follows ofCuba localboards audI companies Not th COMPANY CITIZEN C D WLXBB Eggsdulln to Sc ROosters 3 to 5 to u to 6 u to 29c h b en sup t r 53c Jno B Stout illard Stationery Paints Oils Etc DANVILLE KENTUCKY The Latest Styles We have received our full line of Fall and Winter Goods and they are the Very Latest and Best money could buy Our stock of Fine Fnalwear is complete in every detail and a look will convince you that they are unsurpassed See our immense line of Gents Furnishings We have an elegant line of Trunks and Valises When in Danville dont fail to give us a call CALDWELL LANIER DANVILLE W J LOUGHRIDGE Manufacturer nf Hemp Dealer in Cultivated and Lint Hemp Seed and Clover Seed HIGHEST CASH PRICE at all tiMes PAID FOR HEMP No 5 Cheapside Telephone 205 Lexington Kentucky eS E W LUIard I 2- w J- I LE A 0 I N G 0 RUG GIS T S mt ii 1 l ili 1 1 t LtpZ1i i 1ft oo KENTUCKY th Sot f 2 oo I NATIONAL BANK sJ493 THI CAPITAL 20000000 f OF SURPLUS 6500000 LANCASTER KY A R DENXY President JNO E STOEMES Vice President Wit HKINNAIRD J F ROBINSON JB Assistant Cashr Bookkeeper R T EMBRY Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson Jno E Stormes C DJlliNY Saml D Cochran Cashier- S Hours The Florida New 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 fin est type luxurously fitted and run ning on a perfect roadbed Winter Tourist Low roundtrip tickets on sale throughout the NorthAn elegant Cafe Par lor and Observation Cars on these trains Double daily train service Write for information Genl PussrAgtCiucinnatlO Send 10 cents for fine Art colored Lithograph of Lookout Mountain and Cii DENTISTk Teeth filled and extracted with hardware store next to Court House Lancas Orleans service of I WS BEAZLEY ter Ky w i tow C Rinearson BridgeWork 7IZEYFYFE weekly Edition of the CommercIal Tribune TIlE WEELT O1T1TB117th ureatly EnlargedI Now Ten Pages Weekly I Improu d 117 lEuery Way 50 OENTSiSSend for Sample Copies Special inducements to Club Raisers OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFER FOR 1898 A Stupedious Enterprise of Interest to all Readers TEE COMNERCIAL TRIBUNES 450PAGE Encyclopedia Almanac and Year Rook FREE TO EACH YEARLY SUBSCRIBER I AN ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE AUTHORITY Advanced orders may be placed now Almanac ready for de livery January 1 1898 reader should this invalu able of Statistical Educational Agricultural and General Compilation of Useful and Interesting Facts and Figures Address The Commercial Tribune Co CINCINNATI OHIO I R Who Packing Historical ORDER NOW J j l U t h I 1 FOR CASH I have concluded it will be best for me and my customers to sell for Cash Will sell to every one alike for Cash No Time No Bad Debts No Fancy Profits All RockBottom Cash Bargains for the year 1898 Mrs Moocly Harden I t CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY January 28 1898 PERSONAL Mr R B Totten has returned to Il linoisMrs Eliza Farris is visiting relatives in Lexington Miss Bettie Henry is visiting in Crab Orchard John Anderson of McKinney is visiting relatives here Miss EJisa Lusk has been visiting her aunt Mrs Bettie Denney Miss Mary Miller entertained the Cinch Club Tuesday evening Mrs Wm Berkele of Bryantsville was a visitor here last week Mrs A II Rice has been spending a Jew days in Danville this week A crowd of young people went down to see the Kentucky river Sunday Miss Sophoronia Smith has returned from a protracted visit to Chicago Mr and Mrs Ilolman of Mt Ster ling are guests Mrs Hunley Jno Baughman of Danville was here Sunday to see one of our pretty girlsJudge R A Burnside was confined o his room by illness several days this week Mrs Fisher Gaines was over from Danville to see her father Mr Theo CurreyMessrs Jack Beazley and Burton Stanford were James Beazleys guests SundayMr Currey is we are glad to note able to be back at his place of business Misses Kate and Lillian Kinnaird entertained the Dixie Club Monday evening Miss Florence Tanner of McKinney is the guest of her sister Mrs W K JShugars Mrs Wm Marrs of Knoxville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jno Anderson Mrs Jno Greenleaf of Richmond is the guest of her mother Mrs Lucinda Greenleaf Mr J D Baxter of Lebanon was here this week to ses one of our charm ing young ladies Miss Pattie McPherson who has been with Miss Lula Batson has re turned to Stanford Mrs Alex Beazley and son Will of Crab Orchard have been the guests of Dr Walter Beazley Mr and Mrs Patton and two charm ing children of Madison have been guests at the Lancaster Hotel Miss Knox an accomplished nurse of Lexington is again with Miss Lula Matson who still continues to improve Mr Sm Joseph the popular drummer has been spending a few days with his brother Mr Jacod Joseph fore entering Central Normal Dan vile Ind CoL Jno W Miller has been in Kentucky this week on busi ness Tuesday he was registered at the Willard Louisville Misses Jaynie Shumate and Olivia Sweeney attended a house party given rooe oooo fjo f t i I I I off I I l Cincinnati south can 1 p0oppppp 0080900 relatives I 1 1 Tt Singleton r I j c rvi 1 l I spentI S t e at Mr G T Iligginbothams near near Marcellus the latter part of last weekCapt White is now able to sit up and get about but the miserable weather keeps him indoors Capt Chas Gallagher is quite ill at the home of his soninlaw W A Hiatt at Uyattsville We are glad to note a big in the condition of Mr Jno L Arnold who has been quite ill at his home neartown Miss Edith Cotton of Upper Garrard entertained Thursday evening The occasion was the ISth birthday of the air hostess Many handsome presents wem received EJ Walton represented the Stan lord Journal on the streets Monday and honored our office with a call Ed is a fellow whom we are always glad to see and his visits are very en joyable to all from editor to deviL Miss Clemma L Purr our pretty and youthful Flatwoods honored TIlE RECORD office with a call Monday the clerks in her fathers store and while in town bought a bill of goods from Bob Lytle the dry goods drummer Mr Lytle said she was the youngest customer he ever sold to and that she well for one of her years CoL Henry Patterson who has been spending several weeks with relatives in TexaF returned Monday wearing a big sombrero tommahawk spurs and scalpinsrknife lie carries a smile which leads us to believe that he pretty girl in the Lone Star state which captured the clever old fellows heart and he wears weapons to keep the Kentucky girls from kidnaping himDepot Agent Patterson has recover ed rapidly during the past few weeks and was able to go to Berea this week for a visit lie was taken ill last August and this is his first venture out of the house Considering the long siege he does not look much the worse for wear and his many friends are glad to see him on foot again During his illness his accomplished wife has indeed proven a helpmeet She has run the complicated business at the railroad office looked after his coal and grocery business beside at tending to the thousand household duties which devolve upon the good women One would think her pretty well worn out when Sunday comes but during the entire illness of Mr Patterson she never missed attending Sunday school preaching and prayer meeting playing the organ and lead ing the singing at each Such faith ful industrious wives are scarce these days the majority prefering to re main in the parlor dressed in finery and talking about the neighbors The Senate killed the bill to prohibit the marriage of first cousins There are 00000 women and girls in Michigan engaged in gainful occupa tionsThere are over SOO cases on the Cir cuit Court docket in Pineville and court will hold a month Rev T DeWitt Talmage was married SaturJay at Pittsburgh to Mrs Elore McCutcheon Collier The Shelby county grand jury has returned fortyfour indictments sev eral of which are against druggists for selling cocaine Mr Hobbs of Lexington introduced a bill to levy a tax of two cents to raise a fund of 330003 for the erection of a new Statehouse The Mullins and Langford factions met at Mt Vernon Ky and made an agreement to keep the peace and let the law take its course improvement co respondent didremarkably meta FARM AND STOCK NOTES E W Arnold sod Robinson a fat cow for 2 l2c J I Hamilton bought a fat cow from Swincbroad for 1400 J C Hays sold to Fox of Boyle 20 yearlings at 17 00 each- J M Roberts sold T S Elkin some good butcher cattle at a fair price Thos Collet sold to Lign Pence of Lincolu a nice young cow for 2500 W G C W Anderson bought of Wm Doolin 9 feeders at a fair price Price Bourne sold to Mr Boyle a nice 5yearold harness horse price 70 J G Burnside bought of Mr Allen of Hustonville a bunch of 1000 Ib cattle at 4c W G Anderson bought of J C Hays and others a nice bunch of geed ers at 1500 Wm Grimes of Lincoln bought a bunch of calves from Geo Slier at 1000 23 J M Roberts sold to Leroy Hisle of Jessamine 8 yearling cattle at 1700 per head Kinnaird Bourne sold to B G Fox of Danville a 4yearold combined horse for 75 Andrew Thompson sold G B Bright a yoke of work cattle at 225 per hun dredJ P Bourne bought of B F Fox of Danville a nice pair of 3yearold mare mules for 135 C W Anderson bought of W T Doolin some heifers and yearlings at 1053 and i003 B G Fox of Danville bought 13 head of horses here Monday prices ranging from 50 to 107 Wm Hudson of Adair Co sold to Mr Givens of Lincoln a nice bunch of yearling cattle at 2330 per head Col B F Robinson shipped to Cn cinnati a load of light hogs for which he paid from 2 12c to per pound Fux Rice of Danville shipped 50 horses and mules to Atlanta last week which they bought in Boyle Garrard and Mercer- B F Robinson bought of Col W S Ferguson 15 extra shoats at 3 cents also a lot from Jollies Ward and others at less price Broaddus of Illinois and T J Cur tis of Madison county bought from various parties Monday G mules pries ranging from GO to 80 J W Poor bought some cows and heifers from diff vent partis at prices aiso a thoroughbrel bull from Fox of Danville at 4000 Auctioneer Bottom made the fol lowing sales Monday G steea calves 925 2 cows 25 10 yearlings 81250 G yearlings 1175 23 extra yearlings 23 16 calves 1300 cows 12 to 15 mules 1427 Plant no fruit trees unless you in tend to feed and cultivate them It will be useless Set out first a diverse supply for home use for there is as much profit in this as in those planted for sale It is idle to set out strawberry plants in shallow soil and unless the ground is pretty free from these weeds will become an unbear able abomination If the plants can be set out with a ball of earth they may be put out in the fall and produce a good crop next summer otherwise wait until spring for they will then have ample time to mature for the coming season Mr F D Spottswood has sold to B a Patchings of Mayland N Y the very high class stallion Cecilian 2 19 by Gambenetta Wilkes dam by wood This is one of the highest type of trotting stallions in Kentucky as he i siring speed and size and invari able beauty His removal to New York will be quite a loss to the interests of Kentucky Harrods burg Democrat A novel enterprise will be started near the Harlen track Chicago when racing season opens Horsemen will be attracted by a sign which will read about as follows For Horses Tur kish baths G Russian 550 Vapor baths 5 Skilled Massage Rejuvenescene of Equines a specialty M B Boyle of No 1235 Wabash avenue proposes to introduce this innovation in the methods of re 0 O 1 j o 00 I 00000000000000 headof Russellof hei 3 good penennialweeds breeding baths attendants 00 04oooooaoo00o0 nice hut MineEvery mother feels an dread of the pain and danger attend ant upon the most critical pe riod of her life Becoming a mother should be a source of joy to all but the suffering and indescribable its anticipation one of misery MOTHERS FRIEND is the remedy women of the great pain and incident to maternity this hour which is as womans severest trial is not made painless but all the danger is re moved by its use who use this remedy are no longer or gloomy nervousness nausea and other distressing con ditions are the systeri s made ready for the coming event and the serious accidents so com mon to the critical obviated by the use of Friend a blessing to woman at all or sent by express on receipt of price danger of the ordeal make whichrelieves despondent eloO PER BOTTLE suffering Mothers as Drugstores BOOKS FREE Containing Invaluable information ot to all women will be sent to any address upon application bv The BGADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta da storing vigor to the aged race horse bringing back the flashing eye and proud bearing and arousing its ambitions The Weed Louisville leading tobac co journal says Dark tobacco shows no improvement since the first of the year with the probable exception of good leaf suitable for the rehandlers Old Burley has shown much during the past week and gives promise of coming near priges on the new crop Old Colory Burley is in good demand From the present outlook Louisville will han dle less Dark tobacco this year than has been known in the history of the market for ten years Large sales in the field and the very high prices paid at the Dark markets has caused a very great shortage in shipments to this market There can be no doubt that the lightharness horse industry starts the year of 1898 on a more substantial foot ing than it has been during the past four years says the Winchester Demo crat The demand for good horses in 1897 was greatly increased and prices ruled almost as high as ever they did with the exception of in boom times The advantage of advertising a horse early is that he may be among the first considered when mares are being booked and the wise stallion owner will not overlook this fact Money invested in an advertisement at the proper time and in the proper manner could not be spent to any better vantage under any conditions Bear this in mind and do not fail to an nounce your stallion as early as pos stile A writer in the Scientific American says he has cleared his premises of vermin by making whitewash yellow with copperas and covering the stones and rafters with In every crevice in which a rat might go pat the copperas and scattered it in the cor ners of the floor The result was complete disappearance of rats and mice Since that time not a rat or a has been seen near the house Cecil sold to McAlister of Moreland three weanling fillies by Cecilian at 100 each Swinebroad sold to Gentry Bros of Lexington a pair of good five combined horses for 2 JO Carpenter Scearce of Anderson bought of Swinebroad twentyseven cattle at about four cents and Mr Swinebroad also sold to McKinney Benedict a lot of 8 He has just received a splendid lot of fifty cattle two to four years old which he picked up in the vile Advocate LINCOLN ITEMS Dr J B Owsley dormant improvement especially it h year ld calve feeding mountainsDan act spouse CUBAN OIL cures Cuts Burns Bruises Rheu matism and Sores Price 25 cents sold in Columbus Ga a car load of cotton mules at 5S Dan Holraan bought of J Hays 10 yearlings at 13 Jones sold in Atlanta 2U cotton mules at 10 round Ureenberry Bright bought of Withers 100 shocks of fodlcr at 18e and 400 of Mrs Broad dus at 15c lie sold to Wood 20 shoats at Crutchfield Co bought of T W Hutchison three heifers at 10 three butcher cattle of a German at 12 and of various parties a lot of miik cows at 15 too Swinebroad sold to Gentry Bros of Boyle two horses or 200 to Lawrenceburg parties 33 slop cattle at 4c and bought in Whitley county a car load of plain 700 to 800 pound cattle at 84c McClure Na pier have bought some 25 1000 to 1100 pound cattle at 2 c They will slop them at James distillery They also bought some light cattle at 3c Mr McClure sold to Jesse McFadden a mare mule for 52 50 Interior Jour nal Alec Wander sold to B F Robinson 43 125 pound shoats at 3e Paint Lick Creek was higher than it has been for a long time The sale of Willis Adams on the 22d was postponed on account of high waters and the rain poured down all dayWe had a considerable wind and rain storm here Saturday night It blew the top off of E W Norris corn crib and turned over his hen house and carried it about fifty feet John Pearl of London was here a few days ago looking after his farm Mr and Mrs J B Loavell of Bry antsville were here on a visit Satur day and Sunday William Asher has rented his black smith and carriage shop to John Ituck er and Rodney Griggs for this year They are both young men with the get up and get in them and they will do a rushing business John can make anything from a dilly pin to a traction engine Rodney can make anything except a didy pin Mr William Asher our clever black smith at Paint Lck has invented a double shovel plow and made applica tion for a patent which will make the oldest farmers smile to see it come into their corn fields and prove its work It is so constructed that by moving one small bolt it can be made to run deep or shallow then you can take off a part of the beam and it into a single shovel plow and lay or tobacco land so you see he has two plows in one It is light simple and nothing to get out of order We hope to see Mr Asher reap a nice fortune from his invention and balieve ho will for it is the farmers friend and that is what they want C 2 Ie LEAF offcorn Saturday convert Money Promptly Pall UKVANTSVILIE Kv To the members of the Kentucky Growers Insurance Co and to whom it may concern Owing to the many inquiries rela tive to the loss of my dwelling by fire I wish to say for the benefit of those interested that the amount due me under my policy in case of a total loss was determined when I made my ap plication and as shown by my policy Owing to my absence in Virginia my loss was not certified by Mr G T Chairman of Garrard county board to the company for pay ment until Nov 221 and in less than sixty days thereafter received the amount insured for For solvency and cheapness every farmer should consider our company before insuring elsewhere Yours trulyN The above speaks for itself and those desiring protection to their property against fire lightning and wind at a Danville solicitor for Boyle county Jesse Duty Hyattsville solicitor for Garrard county HG Baughman Stan ford B B Ganeral Manager Lexington Ky Jan 28 St Loss Satisfactorily A llsted and 4 Biggin both am I I Kendall entire carrying That TicklingS relieved by Dr Bolls PineTar Z coughs and all by lullumniutioii of the mucous mem 5 bruues of the throat and respiratory s organs A purely com s pound it contains nothing but heal iiimittilinvirirititi ii H lnl3 ertics It is guaranteed to cure i 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all his enemies and many of liis friends that he was alive in some foreign country enjoying the proceeds of his ill gotten wealth The law in Ken tucky is however that after a man has leen missing for seven years and nothing has been heard from him dur ing that time that he is logally dead and it was under this statute that his heirs recently brought suit against tilt insurance companies to recover the iu suraiice upon his life Tlie insurance companies fought the cases bitterly until Friday morning when the at torneys for the Connecticut Mutual J ife appeared in court and paid over S410U on the S5000 policy which Tate carried in their company In so doing they virtually admit the death of tin exstale treasurer The other defend ants it is sail win follow the the Connecticut Life and the last chapter in the rate case one of tin most sensational in the history of tin state will have been closed LEXINGTON AFTER IT Tbe City Will KaUe SIOOOO for tlie Odd Fellow Home LKMNOTON Jan 20 A committee composed of representatives of till four local lodges Independent Orde of Odd Fellows with lion J Soule Smith as chairman and spokesman peared before the Fayettc fiscal court Wednesday and asked for an appro priation purchase a site for the pro posed new Home for the Widows and Orphans of Odd Fellows Judge Smith stated that it is the intention of tin Kentucky odd fellows to erect a build ing costing S20000 and that they would locate in the Central Kentucky town offering the best site The fiscal court appropriated 4000 The committee will go before the general council with a request for a similar appropriation from the city An effort will then be made to raise an additional on the outside It is almost a certainty that with 510000 for a site the home will be established here Tramps as Pallbearer PAPUCAH Ivy Jan 21 Trainmen arriving in the city from the tramp camp near the Illinois Central track two miles from the city reported that the ragged occupants were preparing to attend Berrys funeral in a body whenever it might occur Eight of their number have been selected to act as pallbearers at the interment Mrs Sadie Miller lcrry and her attor hey F I Flood have left for Mount Vernon IlL Mrs Kerry departed without having made a second visit to sec her husbands body Will Sue the PADUCAU Ky Jan 21 The city marshal of Paducah is preparing asuit against the governor to test the law relative to mileage allowed for return of culprits to the state The marshal lately sent to Ohio for a forger and the governor only allowed throe cents mileage when the law says six cents Time marshal lost by the trip and hence the proposed suit The marshal says lie has a murderer located but under time governors award can not afford to send for the man Gets a Life Sentence FRANKFOUT Ky Tan 22 The Ne pro Charles Taylor whose death sen tence for murder of the Negro Nellie Stepp in November 189C reversed by the court of appeals given a life sentence Friday on second trial lie assaulted and mur dered the girl and then placed her body in a running branch of water and covered her with stones lie con fessed and told the officers where to find her body else it would never have been found KxChlcr Justice hines Dead FRAJJKFOKT Ky Jan 24 ExChief Justice Thomas II Hines died at his home here Sunday morning after a prolonged illness He has been in state politics since the war in which his reputation as one of John Morgans conferrees gave him a reputation It was he who led the escape of Mor gans men from the Columbus 0 pris on and his published story of the es cape was widely read and commented upon a few years ago Train Derailed BUROIN Ky Jan No 4 from New Orleans on the Southern railway was derailed by a misplaced switch here at 720 Sunday morning The engine baggage and mail cars and four passenger coaches left the track The front of mail car was crushed and the other coaches slightly damage No one was hurt The switch was left open it is supposed by the Louisville Southern freight crew which used it last A Victim of the Storm VALLEY VIEW Ky Jan 25 John Fathcrgill aged 25 was found near here unconscious and may die It was at first supposed he had been foully dealt with but it was ascertained that he had been overcome by the fctorm He lay 14 hours before being found Message to the legislature FRAXKFOKT Ky Jan 21 Gov Bradley has prepared a supplemental message to send to the legislature calling to a request that an appropriation be made for time purpose of having a Kentucky exhibit like many other southern states at the TransMississippi and International exhibition at Omaha For Cuban Relief LOUISVILLE Ky Jan 25 The Cuban relief committee of Kentucky as ap pointed by the governor has estab an office and headquarters in Louisville The work is nonpolitical Charted With Robbery GEoRGETOWN Ky Jan Cox and W E Young of Lexington were arrested in that city Wednesday for robbing J W Webber of Franklin county of 81CO in this city Monday night Webber was badly beaten up The men were brought to Georgetown Exciting Chase After Negro LOUISVILLE Ky Jan 20 Lieut Wickham and Officers Moran and had an exciting chase after Jno a Negro about 5 oclock Wednesday Biorning When the Negro was caught eight pistols three watches and a razor found on bis person example- If apt to S OUO Governor prominent plannedand 24Train 20Ed a Woods true J t A girlS vaS worldwide C late u attention lIe p T ia imir FULJ LIST Ot the Delegates for the Commercial Con gross in Florida FKAXKFOKT Ky Jan 24 The full list of appointments made by the gov for the Commercial congress in Florida is as follows State at Large James F Uuckncr jr Louisville Ky James V Alcorn Stanford Ky Henry Ucorge May field Ky John W Lewis Springfield Ky First District IT II Huston Pa lucah Ky W S Mason May field Ky Second District John Thixton sr Owcnsboro Ky Edward JJ Long Uopkinsville Ky Third District W Fred Long UoeV jstcr Ky W 11 Dulaney Howling Urccn Ky Fourth District David R Murray lovcrport Ky Cad HudgcnN pi lie Ky Fifth District Thomas J Landrutn Louisville Ky George Doll Ky Sixth District George W Dunlap Independence Ky Thomas 11 Mat Petersburg Ky Seventh District P P Johnston Lexington Ky Charltou Alexander Paris Ky Eighth District 15 F Roach liar rodsburg Ky J Wilmorc Camp Nelson Ky Ninth District Garrett C Hall Maysville Ky A C Campbell Ash land Ky Tenth District E C ORcar Mt Sterling Ivy Walter S Harkins Pres Ky Eleventh District Thomas L Neat Columbia Ky V E Riley Pineville TWO MEN DEAD And Another Fatally Wounded the Oat CRIIIC if 11 Iistol UuH in lrslie County PINKVIMK Ky lan 25 Win and Harvey Topic arc dead and Lew lace is fatally wounded as time result of 1 pistol duel in a room in Leslie coun ty near the hell and Harlan county line Sunday night The Topic boys were invited by Wallace lo go to his house and engage in a game of draw poker The gnome seemed to be one sided Wallace winning all time money Finally the Topics refused to pay some money that Wallace said they owed and a quarrel followed Peace was finally secured and time game continued until nearly morning when the quarrel was renewed Pistols were drawn the lights shot out and a desperate duel begun When the shooting ceased time two Topics wero found to be dead and Wallace fatally wounded LITTLE BOY Deliberately Shoots His four YearOld Sis ter She May Kenuvcr- FRAXKFOKT Ky Jan 25 A seven yearold boy shot his fouryearold sis tel in Frankfort Monday afternoon with the deliberate intention of kill ing her and all but accomplished his purpose Willis Crane was playing with his little sister Fanny soon after tin dinner hour when a childish quar rel arose and they finality began kick ing and scratching each other Willis pulled away exclaiming 1 will kill you and went to a trunk in the room opened it took out a pistol returned to his sister and deliberately fired at her the ball entering her breast just above the heart and near time shoulder She is still alive and the think time little tot has a chance to re cover of a Iloocl at Louisville LOUISVILLE Ky Jan 2 There is no danger of a flood here now but river men say that the Ohio will creep up fully three or four feet more which will put the water well up into the streets which run to time wharf It ia rising Monday slowly but steadily and already the water is in the cellars and houses along Fourth and Fifth streets that are nearest time river and the residents are preparing to seek places of safety as soon as the rise comes A Lengthy Courtship IlAWESViLLK Ky Jan 23 When Charles Davidson and Miss Ella New man were married Wednesday one of the most remarkable courtships ended Davidson is the son of a farmer in this county In 1S74 just as he was leaving his teens he fell in love with Ella Newman Since that time they have been devoted and true lovers Itnikemaii Killed at Milldale NEWPOUT Ky Jan 24 The brake man who was killed luring tho at Milldalc Ky Saturday night is named A E WeigeL His body was sent to Sparta Ky for interment afternoon From all that can be learned it seems Weigcls death is due to the strong wind that prevailed about 1100 Saturday night WASHINGTON Jan 23 The follow ing fourthclass postmasters for Ken tucky were Friday Elliott county Mary E Green vies S L Green resigned Mary Magofiin county I N Hammond vice S Mont gomery resigned See Powell county Hiram llodgers vice Calvin Knox Employment For Idle Men PINEVILLE Ky Jan 24 The log men of this section are jubilant over the log tide in the river and creeks The saw mills in and around this place have been shut down for several months on account of low water and two or three hundred men vho have been idle will now have employ enL A Railroad Commission Rill FBANKFOUT Ky Jan 25 Before the session has advanced much farther some member will introduce a bill pro viding as the constitution permits and suggests that the three railroad com missioners shill be elected from the state at large instead of by the voters railroad district as at present Petroleum from Japan In Japan petroleum is now a well established product although the in dustry has only been started within an increase of more than 50 per cent them reaching lCOO feet With the in troduction of American methods and borings to lower levels the supply is expected to be far more abundant An EightShot Revolver The five and six shot revolvers are familiar sights to almost anyone who has anything to do with revolvers and even the sevenshot is no longer a rarity but it is reported that a prom meat arms manufacturing company is about to an revolver upon tlie jnarjjeJk uirJny i n H j i- Iii i Louisville hews i W Lon hurg Y Val No Danger threatened windstorm Sunday New Keutuey Postmasters commissioned Ibc resigned ofeach outputin generalless place eJght hot J l tf r Ic nor Itti nut FUVNKFOHT Ify Jan 20 S NATB Action was tu un 01 Use fDlowisis lilils Wednesday Tlift bill tlrehirin riotncstlcatcd deer to be property was asscO the bill incorturathig In to llio charter for founlichiss cities that clause in time lliirtlclu s city charter rclatii to light water loUr etc Vy was iiassLd the hill to jivu the landlord a Mtjwrior lion on sill tjio tenants crops amid piojicrty fur rent Hiefxvith much opiKsItion milt was rccuniinuicil till bill to gum till rilsiiii dub of Louis vilc iiiilicitc LiitiUx in UK stall lilr ry vis dufetaurt New bills To utiKMiU tUc tion 147 f vonstiutititi elating to sutlraau RuJ cileftidiis Provides that all voting iu cCctums luill be done viva veve to amend section 881 of Ktiiluly statutes Iroviiles that tlitrits be uuijuirctl to settle lor ioun lv taxes bfforo ho can collect siicieedin years laes just as lit is HOXV reuir il tu ilo as to stale taxes to prcvutsl tjsiriinliislioti by l miiioii cnrriiH in the delivery f neuspapers t crUon of this Kenliuky statutes that sjHwml judgus shall be paid 58 jicr day out of salury of regular judges Jlousli The senate resolution iirovidinx for the purchase of IM copies of the State Manual was paswil The built contains tile rules of the house and senate much valuable sta tistical information about Kentucky The house committee reported the iillir vtii hills To abolish lioanl if ciiiullaii in No exi rcsMon of opinion lint ordered to sioiul reading IncrensiiiK the anionuL when an ap real earl be taUuii to cuiir of appeals from 100 lo SJJO sheriffs to collect school t xes where there is comity treasurer Ia yorulile report repealhiij tiisi law anllioriinu state guards lo be sent to quell mobs l avor stple report to prevent hilling of iiiail for live years Adverse report limit ordered advanced jinyhow making it unlawful for individuals or corpcralions to discriminate labor or pniations Iavirabe report bill provid ing a dilir tax on dos Adverse report and Hll led Jan 21 SKNATI fills htro Cueil Thursday To prohibit the seining etc In lakes and ponds owned by another without his consent Iu amend chpter of statutes relating to salaries Proposes 10 re duce salaries of state Ulcers as follows Got to SiKK adjutant jienerai toJlStiO at torney general to SltfXK commonwealths niioruey to JMXI nmlitor to Siixt iu Mieftor of iiirs lo inspector anil exam iner toiilU judi of court ol appeals to y 0 end other minor changes An act lo amend Section IKS of Kentucky statutes Requires the county fiscal court to huh hair terms each year one each in January April July antI Oc tober Johnson of Lawrence To amend Sec tion UBS of Kentucky statutes Requires mag istrates to hold court once each month instead of once in three months The senate adjourn ed till Saturday at II a in in tinier to attend the dedication of the A and M college build III Lexington Friday Jlousi ISills introduced To regulate the tnalysis of fertilizers to regulate the sale of leaf tobacco in the public markets to regu late time costs of taking depositions act requir ing that shorthand reports of depositions shall be transcribed in long hand and then sub nrribed by time witnesses III time presence of the jflicer to require news organizations to sell heir news to any paper demanding it alt pro riding for a state board of embalming to 11 cnse cmbaliuers and regulate the practice o embalming act requiring laborers to be paid very Saturday in lawful money Adjourned jnlil Saturday at II a in- FitANKtoiiT Ky Jan 25 SENATE New bills introduced Monday To appropriate 73 to improve the sevcrago system of time Cen asylum at Lakeland to change the time of holding circuit court in time Twentyfourth ju dicial district composed of Pike lloyd Mar tin Johnson and Knott counties Bills re ported by committees Act regulating the ad mission of applicants to practice law to pay outgo Hcnnclts widow balance of his salary let for benefit of J i Kobbins No expression yf opinion act to limit llscal courts in making appropriations to otiieers Repot ted with a substitute act providing that the court of ap peals should elect a male slate librarian in IKR committee on elections reported favorably the Cliinn school book bill providing for tIme contract system of supplying schools books if they can not be secured cheaper by tate publication it further provides for a school book commission of seven members he governor lo be chairman and time superin tendent of public instruction to be secretary he contracts for books at a certain priiv lo run a period of live years before a uexv con Iract is made The bill also lixcs a maximum price of certain school books Bills reported uy committees To adopt time Harbour tnd Carroll edition of Kentucky statutes Approved To amend time champerty and maintenance statute Adverse report and the t ill killed bill term adverse pos session Adverse report antI killed bill ex lending the time six weeks ii which quail may killed Adverse report and killed A num of prominent democtatie leaders are hero quietly to have a very important rhange made in the election laws The pro posed bill which has not yet been perfected ivill provide for a state board of election com missioners who shall appoint three commis sioners in each county whose duty it will be to appoint tIme election officers in every election An Appeal fur 1 rotcctiou FRANKFORT Ky Jan 25 Hon R E Watlcins of Davicss county has re reived from numerous citizens of county an appeal to the legislature for protection courthouse frauds They request that he intro rluee a bill to prohibit attorneys from compromising a suit of any kind for their clients or selling them out or dropping them in army shape and to restore the titles of those who have been defrauded out of their lauds fraud fill attorneys Funds Stopped VAITEVVIKW Ky Jan 22 It is said Gen Clay told Dora the last time she saw him he did not want her to come back to White naIl He sent a senger from White Hall Friday accompanied by two guards to get everything he had at Chill Kiehard sons home The general has refused to give Dora any more money New Kentucky Iost Offices WASHINGTON Jan UJ lost offices were established Friday at lee Letcher county Leslie I5rowii postmaster Koycsdale Shelby county Adriel M Cowherd postmaster A Flood at Fulton FUITOX Ky Jan 21 The hardest rainfall here that has been experienced by the oldest citizens in the The town is flooded back water now Many houses arc 12 inches deep in water At oclock night the electric lights went out and time city is in utter darkness A committee has been organized to look after tin nfTWfpil district JENTUCIY iYE I the tubtiliiii ot d I 11III ore nIl I tIme I rovides time alltiluri ill lLlldtV mol I 1iUI r ill i I or time lIe lI Caller against b Dora morning community by 1 Wednesday I li toP lot roNk J 5 r Ir1A1iJEEti- ngular Sess1on f y slam tmi mil nun amid 5huuI I C imani oat Fit i iOIIT house lime detiuming er 3 inn5 I IR7SH AND DUTCH How They Cfcmo Together In a Notable PoJIca Station Argument Time argument started when Sergt Holihan after assigning the la test coot er to quarters hi cell 26 closed time book with a slam mid remarked An tJiots the way the Irish gits the credit uv all time divilmint Ivery dom Swede or Dutchman thot gits hisself in throuble bobs u as fine as ye plazc wit an Irish name on the lab yis an even nagurs bcgorra Jailer llausennann didnt get back from the cellroom in time to hear this outburst of righteous indignation but he had just laid his keys on the desk and was reaching for his pipe when the ser geant broke out again with Thot Icily Irish Divil take him Hes Dutch as pretzels an if the truth were known be the Virgin theres less Irish comes to this place than uv all the other nationalities Theres more Dutchmen in a week nor Irishmen in tho time yere arnin a nioooths payy henry The tone of the last sentence was a challenge in itself and Jailer llausermann didnt wait to load his pipe before picking up the gauntlet When in a calm and critical mood th jailer was wont to distinguish between Dutch anti German but under attack he threw aside and sprang to the de fense of all the Tejtitonic tribes It was an old difficulty this race war and all time boys in the station gathered around when they understood that tIme sergeant and jailer were at it again The debate opened with a hot of tin usual glittering generali ties on the virtues and vices of the two peoples but an orchestra had just beer playing Wagner in a hall across tin street and Uansermann soon switched time conversation onto the comparative productions of Ireland and in the musical line Veil py dummy he said with a vi olent effort to appear calm and I like to find owtit aind it you gets your Irisher gombosers like lleqthovcn und Mozart und Schumann und Schubert und Mendelssohn und Vogner Vere you gets em link You irishmen musicians like dose vot der worldt hearall abowut huh There was triumph in the double crescendo allegretto that marked this peroration but the sergeant never winced Aw gwan wid he shouted Wat t ell ye talkin about Dutchy Pat Gilmore teachcd all them people their business Detroit Xews The Sclciitillc Aspect of IMum Iurtding Tine present are the days of darkness and doubt when deadly germs have been proved to lurk on all hands in what we cat and in what we drink Science has warned us off with emphatic voice from un cooked saveloys from ice creams from underdone pork and from a good many other more or less toothsome delicacies It has shown that tinned meats and stale soup often spell poison in large letters and that ordinary tUtors are no better than so many deathtraps midst of all these disquieting dan gers it is pleasant to be able to say a good word on behalf of our old friend the English plum padding Properly made and properly cooked it complete sterilization in time boil er and can then be kept for a year and a day in a dry place not only without being a bit the worse but even with ab solute advantage to its flavor and gener ren but dangerous never With then all halesome folk whether in the green bud or the sere and yellow leaf have our sanction to indulge dis erectly in this most sweet and season able dish Medical Press Soft Mens 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