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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 4, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898020401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 4, 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. mttm VIII. PUBLISHED Cot-- Entered at the Post BY LOUIS LANDRAM, Office in Lancaster, Ky., at Second Class Hatter. . Public Square and Danville Avenue. WEEKLY LANCASTER, KY., FPIDAY, FEBRUARY, Burglars still plenti.'ul. Buy your tinware 4. fr;'in 1898. S. T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: MM per Year in ddranct BURGLARS Cannot get through your doors if you will put on our substantial locks. Neither can they Force Open Windows if the latter are supplied with our excellent Sash Locks. They may succeed m Tearing Away the Roof, but will not do so if you put on our substantial tin shingles. They will not Steal Tinware & Cooking Utensils as we sell these articles so cheap they will do better to buy them. If you want to Make it Hot For Them buy one of our handsome and durable stoves. We sell 'em cheap We and guarantee satisfaction. keep everything in the hardware line. Be On The Sale Side by getting our prices before pur chasing elsewhere. Evans. church i IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER, More snow this week. i The old work house is a thing of the Entertainment at Baptist past. tonight. Typewriter office. letter heads at this Maccabees tonight at R. A. 7. Three cakes soap for 5c. Stonej Evans sells goods cheap for Prunes 7 c cash.- - Work in the graded school is pro gressing nicely, (pound. Nothing new in the turnpike situation. per lb. R. A. Stone. Wanted, hens. at 5c per pound. II S. T. Evans handles the Nig Spencer We have the best court house in the B. Northcott. tobacco. state. Judge Brown fined George Wallace 17 lbs granulated sugar for S1.00 Dried peaches at R. A. Stone's at 5c S2o for selling liquor on Battle Row, at Evans. X per pound. Will go to Wanted, Veal Calves. S. T. Evans win have cold storage Fire at Maysville Monday caused a country and buy. II. B. Northcott. beef next Friday. 2 Fresh oj'sters for sale at Norlhcott's. Wanted, hens. B. Fox. Will pay 5c per brick for sale. Greening Pence, Stanford, Ky. 200,000 losof S5J.000. & I will sell you package coffee at 10c, Gaines is headquarters for all Sugar at cost, for cash. T. Currey. kind of see.ls. G. S. For sale, Corn, by bushel, hay by bale. We II. B. Northcott tf print typewriter letter heads on Clover, oats, timothy, bluegrass and The best two horse wagon on the orchardvgrass always on hand at market at G. S. Gaines'. excellent bond paper. Wanted! furs, hides, tallow. See us before selling. II. B. Northcott. Gaines. d as Rats, as grey and Rip Van Winkle after his sleep, were found in the old work house. long-beare- Col All business attended to promptly. Laiclii of tie BATTLE-SHIP. p Chcs-.ipeak- Statement of the town's financial Hay and corn always on hand at Cy condition on page 4. rus Easons, for retail. 4t A goo 1 letter from Hubble came in Cheapest house on earth. S. T. Ev J. R. HASELDEN. too late for publication. ans. Call and try him. Richmond W. I. Williams. W.G.Welch, The fight for the post ofice is in street. ' A Lancaster. about the same shape as was reported Stanford. New lot furniture jast received in last issue. The best made, at prices that will as & 5.03 rocker for S3 00. Call and be tonish you. R. A. Stone. convinced of the truth of this state Petty thieves are causing much ment It. A. Stone..?. trouble by carrying away fencing or Law, Postmaster Hamilton's term expires anytning they find lying around loose. March, instead of February, as Old Maids, Attention. LANCASTER, KT. stated in last issue. A rehersal will be htild at Court J. A. Beszley & Co , headquarters House Saturday inoruing at 9 o'clock. or furniture carpets, mattings, wall Get your knitting and be there. paper and window-shadeRev. T. H. Campbell was the only Please Read. minister in town Sunday except Eld. I would like to do your plain sew Gouen, and was pressed into the haring and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. ness both morning and evening. V Lost, a pair of jeans pants, between Dr. O'Neal's office and the toll gate on Lexington pike. Return to R. A. Stone. Towels and Quecnsware at cost at illustrated paper, "Land and a Liv Evans. ing," 3 months, for 10 cents, in stamps. R. A. Stone will pay 7c per pound W. C. Rixearsox, G. P. A., Queen & for green hides. Crescent Route, Cincinnati Eggs wanted. Will pay highest Death or Joseph Aldridge. cash p ice. B. Fox. Mr. Joseph Aldridge died at his home, near Marksbury, Wednesday n Fancy hemp seed for morning. He had been in poor health sale at G. S. Gaines'. r for some time, though his death was Work at K. P. lodge this, Thursday, not expected so soon. Mr. Aldridje evening. Knights, be there. n was one of the most and Wilbur's hen food makes the hens highly respected citizens in Garrard county and had many friends. He lay, for sale at R. A. Stone's. Absolutely Pure was an honest, upright citizen and enBuy your goods from Evans on Rich joyed the respect and esteem of everymond street, onnosite Mrs. Hardens body who knew him. His family is a POWOtH CO., YORK. large one and all are among our foreWanted, car load of Iron, Bones and most people. He was in his CSth year ,.,. I If Rags. tl and was a remarkably healthy man all The following program will be renthrough life. Mr. Aldridge was a dered at the Baptist church this (FriC. Thompson can furnish you J. with all kinds of valentines from lc to good friend of The Record and was a day) evening: frequent and welcom visitor to our 1. Chorus, a. Old Folks nt Home, Mary, Si. 00. b. office. The funeral will be preached Mary Children. I have two silver mounted show this (Friday) morning at 11 o'clock at 2. Guitars and Mandolin Mrs. Gowen, Mioses Shumate. Luslc. cases for sale, one 0 feet and the other the Christian church, by Eld. J. L. Gaines and Mr. Slingara. 10. Allen. Interment in Lancaster CemeJ. G Thompson. 3. Solo Bessie the Maid of Dundee tery. Mrs. Logan. S. T. home-grow- Land and a Living Are best and cheapest in the New South. Land 3 to $5 an acre. E sy terms Good schools and churches. No blizzards. No cold waves. New the Royal is the highest grade bakiag fomtt eown. Actual tests stow it goessM-tfcfarther tfeaa say other htmmt. (If POWDER BAK1NQ HEW widely-know- ROYAL S, Attorneys. at s. For the launching' of the B.tttle-shi"Kentucky"' at Newport News, Va.. ami O.iio Railway will the mike the following low round trip rates from r.o'nts name 1: From Lexington " Winchester, " Mt. Sterling Paris " Frankfort " Richmond Lnncaster " Stanford $12.00 12.00 12.(0 12.00 12.7." 12.25 13.U0 13.2" 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 a: Old Point Comfort, which is only a few miles distance and connected by Electric Car service. No other trip ever offered as many SOUL STIRING EVENTS as does this one. People from Inland Kentucky have the rare opportunity of witnessing combined A: my and Navy life at the most historic spot in the United. States. THINK OF IT! The landing place of the Jamestown settlers, the Pocohontas and Capt John Smith incident, Cornwallis his British forces, the battle of the Monitor and Merrimac, and last, but in the same c!ass, the launching of the Most Powerful Navj-- , Battle Ship and it will be called of our. Kentucky" Think of it! As Soon as the date of Launching is settled on, it will be given wide publicity in the papers. MAKE YOUR PLANS. Through sleepers will run from Lexington. For detail information write or call on any agent, or GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. P. A., LEXINGTON, KY. Hoy's Watch Free. Don't annoy others by your cough For particulars drop a postal card ing, and rijk your life by neglecting a 2L Cold. One minute Cough cure cures to The Advocate, Danville, Ky. coughs, colds, crjup, grippe and all New Goods. ihroat and lung troubles. Stormcs I have added to the old stock, a new Drug Store. lm goods which I will line of seasonable line Outfit. me at sell low for cash. Call and see Dr. B. F. Walter has received his the old stand. new dental outfit and opened an office 4 J. C. Robinson. over Ballou's store on Publ.c Square. Strayed All his ou.fi o is brand Lew, and the my pasture, on House place, chair is especially tine, being the very From about Dec 15, one red yearling steer. latest pattern. .veiirht about 550. liberal reward for For Sale or Kent. return. Leave any information with I will either sell or rent my resi 1'. 15. Walker. lience. It is in good repair ana in a E. T. Pence. ojd neighborhood. For particulars Notice. call on citner W. 1L Kinnaird or my Please look on the corner of your self. Mary Jv. Weisiger. paper and read the Yellow Label, and Saw His Shadow. ,ee if you dont owe us something. If Maj Jim Burnside, who enjoys a you do, please send the money to this Erne it G. national reputation as authority on ifhce or the collector, such matters, says the ground hog saw Brown. a is shadow Wednesday morning. His The Recokd received a good letter poriclets will now remain in his hole from Paint Lick this week, but as no six weeks longer, as we will sure have name was s'gned of course we could that much more cold weather. not publish it. We do not want to liajouet Still In lioyle. publish names, but it must le signed Soldiers still guard the toll gate We hopj ;or our own protection. near Danville, and it appears to be a ubscriber" will sign next time. game of freeze out. The court has The Cake Walk. taken no further steps and owners of A big crowd attended the colored the roads icfuse to budge, so it seems cake walk at the Court House and the the present state of affairs will last lodge cleared a little money on their indefinitely. venture. The first prize was awarded to Milton Sneed, the polite painter No Tollgate News. and musician, who bids fair to win a Nothing new has developed in the Frog Eye reputation. turnpike situation in Garrard for sev eral weeks. The three roads, Stan l'lf uty of Heat. The new furnaces put in the Presby ford, Crab Orchard and Richmond, terian church worked so well Sunday continue to collect toll without the as that several windows had to be lower sistance of guards. The court offered ed to ccol the perspiring crowd. If the committer's, valuation, as it did all hry could only warm up the heart other road, the companies refused it and religion of some as well as they and thus the matter stands. Jo the body, what a blessing they How's This? would prove. For unadulterated gall this takes New Undertaker. the bakery: A fellow, who docs not Mr. Jas. A. Bcazley, the furniture even subscribe for The Record, sint dealer, tills The Record he has pur in a windy puff of himself, written on chased a handsome and expensive new a letter-heaprinted in Cincinnati hearse and complete line of underta- and asked that we publish it How kers' goois He will run the business some people manage to lug around in connection with his furniture store. such immense quantities of cheek is His hearse will arrive in a few days. hard to conceive. d 4. Recitation A Fishln Heath of Mrs. Fox. Katie Lee Denny. Mrs. Eliza Hunton Fox, aged eighty- - 5. Solo Mollie Darling. Miss Olivia Sweeney. seven, died Sunday morning at Dan 6. Quartette ville, of heart failure. The funeral Mrs. Loan, Miss ItnrusMe, Messrs. took place Tuesday aitornoon; burial Shngars and Owsley. n the Danville cemetery. The deceas Solo Annie Laurie ed was the widow o: Judge Fontaine John Farra. V. Granny Fox, one of the most celebrated of 8. Recitation Elizabeth Anderson. nov-25-t- f. Kentucky's great lawyers, who died Corn Wanted. 9. Solo Ben Bolt ten 3ears ago. She was a woman of Miss Addle Burnside. Save Mo Your Laundry. If parties wishing to sail corn will remarkable physical and mental vigor, 10. Solo Then You'll Remember Me. I have agency for the Troy Steam bring it to me at once, I will buy same. and one of wide acquaintance Miss Ellsa and Laundry, with headquarters at Jo- - J. W. Miller, Mgr. Pilgrimage Dis relationship. 11. Duett .Silver Threads among the Gold. Hunpreds of old stu 7 soph's store. Will call for work, de- tillery. Miss Addle Burnside and Mr. John dents of Centre College who came Farra. liver it promptly and appreciate your ' .vithin her motherly influence during 12. Readings, a. Old Aunt Mary's, b. A Song of No Certificates. kindness. Leslie Herndox. tf heir school days and who are now the Airly Days Miss Eiisa Lusk, county superinten Whooping cough is the most dis dent, tells The Recouu that only om scattered throughout the South and 13. Quartette, Miss Alice Hudson. Tenting on the OldCamp-grounVest, will learn of her death with tressing m ilady; but its duration can party came up to be examined for Mrs. Logan, Miss Lusk, Messrs. raduate's certificate, and this one lecp sorrow, for many men now in be cut short by the use of O.ie Minute Shugars and Owsley. public life repeatedly told her that 14. Song and Pautomine. Coming thro the Rye, Cough Cure, which is also the best back out at the eleventh hour. .hey traced their right living to her Cora Ward and twelve lassies. known remedy for croup and all lung What pleasure is there in life with : .food counsels. Seven children sur- 13. Chorus Far Away. and bronchial troubles. Stormes' headache, constipation and bilious- vive her. Mrs. Fox was born in AlDrug Store. lm ness? Thousands experience then, oemarle county, Va., in 1S03, came to A carrier pigeon will bring the rewho could become perfectly healthy Stanford, Ky., in 1S1G and moved to port of the launching of the Kentucky Wall Paper. I have secured the agency for a lead by usinj Do Witt's Little Early Risers, Danville in lS'M, having for twenty- - to Lexington. The House killed the bill extending ing manufacturer and have samples ol the famous little pills. Stormes' Drug ieven years lived in the room in which ,he died. lm to police judges the power to perform an elegant line of Wall Paper, and Store. Cost.'N my stock of groceries at Door bolts, Sash locks, Pad locks cost, to make room for a spring stock. T. & Elkin, and Door locks, at J. R. Uaseldens' h Hardware store. Hourbon Steam Laundry. Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Murdered at Marcellua. The expense account of farmers, bv Hourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your " tf grinding plow points at C. K. Poindex-ter's- . orders at Sweeney's store: Iturdars. I am selling Clayton. Mrs Ida Clayton died in th:s city r HOOD, last Thursday, after a protracted ill SURGEON-DENTISness of consumption. She was widely county. She was LANCASTER, KT related in Garrard of William Best and was Office over J. C. Thompson's jewelry store the widow married to J. M. Clayton, of Lexing0 l Danville street. ton, who with one child survives her. The remains were interred in the cemetery. J. Elopement. Mr. J. N. Onstott and Miss Ellen Littrell, of the Buckeye neighborhood, eloped to Indiana Monday night and call and settle. My bills in were married. The groom is 2 years To the city are due and I must have of age and the bride only 15. Oa acPlease remem count of her tender years, the parents what is due me. bride objected to ber that I mean this card for all of theare prominent young the match. people and Both who owe me. of the best families in the county. 1 ASK ALL Lin-cist- The Concert. The Old Folks concert is given in honor of our older citizens. All per sons over sixty-fiv- e receive a compli mentary ticket. If you did not receive, one, it is because you do not seem so old. Report at this office and you will hava one. All youn j people are asked to come and enjoy the evening with us. Admission 25c. Reserved seats 33c Saddle Horsn Association. Members of the national Saddle- horse Breeders' Association from Ken tucky, Missouri, and Illinois assembled at Louisville Tuesday in annual session. A Louisville, daily says every man of them reported the best trade in years at rapidly advancing prices. All agreed that good gaited horse3 are very scarce. This means a notable return to bree ling this coming season Saddle horses have held their values steadily through all the decline in speed horses, but improved commercial conditions have resulted in stimulating the demand very materially, and the trade thus far this winter has baen Hence this unprecedented. was dnly celebrated by the club. col. members at pres Jno. B. Castleman was JS Hundley, of Dauv.lle, ident and A. a director. pleasing-conditio- Who Dwe Me MISS SALLIE TILLETT. KNIGHTS tl1 OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall. All visiting Knights are fraternally inviG. B. SWINEBROAD, C.C. to!. IJ. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. Where Is Dora? What care we for Cuba's strife To gain tie freedom sought, Why shed a tear because the life Of working men is not All strewn with roses. What care we If silver or if gold, or both Should be the nation's standard, free Coir.eJ, unlimited or not; for, troth, The question to our mind will come' And cause our hearts to swell-- Is Dora Clay, this week, at borne Or with her brother dell ? Dover Citizen. s will beglad to order any amount Alex. Gill better known as "Bugg.v may desire. Call at my residence Horse" and another colored man and get prices. named Graham had a shooting bee oi. Mrs F. L. Austin. t: Battle Row Saturday afternoon. S )mtsix or eight shots were fired and it i Send Them Something;. The local agent h vs received notice claimed Graham was wounded, but he that the Louisville and Nashville rail- disappeared and has not yet been lo road will, until further notice, trans- cated. Graham is a Danville negro. port, free of charge, either to New Kid. Gowcn 111. Orleans or Mobile, donations of food. Eid. George Gowen was taken ill clothing and olher necessaries contrib last Friday and was confined to his uted for the relief of the suffering peo bed for several days. He is ranch bet- ple of Cuba. er and wJl be able to fill his pulpis Sunday m irning. He could not preaei The Merry Mardl Graft. Mardi Gras festivities of the most Sunday morning nor at the union elaborate character t lis year at New meeting Sunday evening. Orleansland at Mobile. Ihe It. W. Fletcher In Court. Vesti- Road is the Queen & Crescant. The trial of Pro'. R. W. Fletcher, on buled trains Cincinnati to New Orleans the charge of adultery was called be in 24 hours. Excellent through ser fore Judge Burnside Monday morning Cafe, Parlor vice. Only line running The circuit court room was well filled and Observation cars. Oae fare round by men, both black and white, who trip for the occasion, from all points. crowd in and sit for hours listening to The Queen & Crescent W. C Rineak-sot- every detail of the trial of such cases G. P. A., Cincinnati here were five or six lawyers in the case and every inch of ground was Great Improvement. The electric lights in the Court hotlj' contested. 'I he jury after deHouse make the grandest improve liberating, returned a verdict of not uilty. The case created much inter ment yet put on the handsome build ing, it is now neat, comiortaoic anu est among the colored people, owing safe, and does not cost as much as the to the prominence of the parties. dirty, smoking, dangerous coal oil The old Masonic lodge had made and lamps. How anyone, with a thimble- framed likenesses of prominent memof sense, can kick on this improve ful bers. These pictures are in handsome ment is difficult to understand, but walnut frames, about 18 x 24 inches. comment. there will ba a few who will ind, when the lodge broke up several Such drawbacks and stumbling blocks ago, they were taken by rela to civilization should be chased back 3'ears to care for 'til the lodge was re tives to the brush and briars where they so organized. As they are still the propjustly belong. erty of the lodge; and are now badh- needed, those having them should reMore Kalils Ii.Itoyle. Raiders have chopped down every turn them at once. Out of probably e in the extreme western sec- eighteen or twenty of the likenesses tion of Boyle county, leaving only one only four have been returned. Thost gate standing west of Danville. Six Those having these pictures should gates in all were visited. No violence not delay in sending them back to the was attempted beyond the use of the room, as they are the lodge's private axi s on the poles and no threatening property. It is known where ssverai language was employed toward the are and if they are not returned, they gate keepers. The gates destroyed will be sent for. surrounded the town of Perryville. Old Maid's Convention. Guards were asked for for all of the A new, novel and attractive enter gates destroyed and the gates will re tainment will be givin at the Court sume business under either the pro House on Monday night Feb. 14, by tection of the county or the State. As homs talent in which old maids join the raids were on the opposite side of the Convention and, by passing Boyle, we presume the usual cry, "the through a rejuvenating machine and raiders came from toward Garrard" conforming two certain requirements, will not be raised this time. are made young again and the bloom of youth is fully restored. No more Obituary. Mrs. S. B. Mitchell died at the home gray locks, furrowed" brows or hollow seen and they at once f T. S. E kin on Monday night at 11 cheeks are to be can'clock, after a lingering illness, in become successful matrimonial the 73rd year of her age. Funeral didates. Miss Georgie McMillen, a services were conducted by Eld. Geo. prominent elocutionist of Richmond, a reading. As a mirth Gowen, at the residence on Tuesday will also give ternoon, and the bo ly was laid to producer and a fun provoker the play rest in Lancaster Cemetery. Deceased is very popular, and has drawn large was a native of Montgomery but she crowds wherever it has been render is under the manage had lived the greater part of her life m ed. The affair Indiana, where her husbmd died. She ment of Miss Amanda Anderson, which came here some time ago to spend her will insure a success. Miss May Hughes will preside at the last davs with her niece, Mrs. Elkin, on 35 cents, who ministered to all her wants until piano. Reserved seat Drug Store. Genthe hour-o- f dissolution arrived. She sale at McRoberts ...an a A arrttA c m Tv - nf thft Phrtstlin eral admission 35 cents. Begins at :30. church, a noble type of pure woman hood, and died with an abiding faith TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAT. in the fulfillmsnt of the rich promises m.l.. T ...II.. 1Mmn rinlnltiA TaKlata All lived the life of the Dranriits refund the money If it falls to Core. t those who have 36 cents. righteous. par-ticl f, toll-gatTTi Cheaper Freight. The Recokd learns, from good au- :hority, that an enterprising young man, of Jessam'ne county, has under taken a plan which will be a great olessing to the merchants and citizjns f Lancaster. It is this: He has purchased all of Curley's large wagons ind mules, will erect a large coal yard it the big Kentucky river bridge and laul No. 1 Kentucky river coal to delivering it to our deale s for everal cents less per bushel than is cm have iow charged. ;he:r goo is shipped from either Cin- jinnati or Louisville by boat to Hick- nan, aud the hustiing young man will ay them right at the Lancaster man's d less than the railloor for road now charges. This, at first bought, sounds unreasonable, but it nust be remembered that boat rates ire the cheapest in the world and, as there are no toll gates, all the expense would be for team and driver. The Curley wagons are about twice or three times as large as the ordinary farm wagon, and the large mules have oeen used in pulling these full of whis key to Nicholasville depot. The hill on other side of river is much steeper .han the one on this side, and if four nules could draw a load of whisky up t, they can, of course, draw a load of nerchandisa up this side. At present the freight on a car of coal is much more than cost of the coal, and a deal er tells us it takes right at 30 to get a ear here from the nearest mine, and hen you have to wait the rail road's pleasure in bringing it. The new lock at Hih Brilge throw tide water to the Hickman bridge the ear around and a Louisville boat will negin making the trip twice a week in t short time. We are informed that mother line of boats will ba put on from Cincinnati to Hickman and this vill m'ike the boat rates still lower. We are not at liberty to give the tamo of the young gentleman at the baek of this venture, but he has the money, the push and enterprise to naue it a success. Lan-:aste- r, ts one-thir- the marriage ceremony. An adverse report killed the House with bill to make mothers fathers in the control of their children's persons and property. Warren county teachers will hold a meeting next Saturday to discuss the various school bills pending in the Legislature and to take some action thereon. Bob Blanks, the negro who assaulted the daughter of Mrs. Gertie Bailey at Mayfield, Ky., January 12, is believe I to be under arrest ul at Brooklyn, 111. The O!iio law providing that conn-tie- s must pay 3,000 to relatives of a person lynched has been declared unconstitutional by Common Pleas Judge Duston, of Urbana. Nearly 30,000 Louiiville citizens have s:gned petitions describing as unwisa the measures to abolish the executive boards and calling upon the Legislature to reject them. Labor Commissioner Wright has received a letter from Samuel C. Dunham, who was sent to Alaska as an expert. He writes from Circle City that while the food situation is grave it is not desperate, and that food supplies can be reached, as trails are open. John W. Sherley was acquitted of forgery at Lebanon, Saturday. When the verdict was read Commonwealth's Attorney Sweeney declared that the Masons had cleared Sherley. Some one denounced Sweeney as a liar, and a fight was averted only by the prompt action of bystanders. Lucille Blackburn Lane, daughter Blackburn, who accidenof tally shot herself with a small revolver two weeks ago, is again in a serious condition. After a period of improvement her relatives and physicians are apprehensive lest the wound with new complications, which have set in, may result fatilly. An abscess indirectly traceable to the wound formed nuer the wound, and has cused her intense suffering. Prepare for Cyclones! By Insuring your Houses. Insure your Hemp! And Take No Risk of Loss. We write these Policies R. KINNAIRD, General Insurance, t Lancaster, Ky. CENTRAL RECORD JKVERY'WEEK His bill to abolish the offices of assist, tant adjutant general, assistant tipstaff and janitor o" the court ser-gaa- A?', LOUIS LANDRAX, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. of appeals, and several other public crib feeders, ought to pass without a dissenting vote. No additional newjs has been rrceiv-e- Beware wri 0! the Knife. A New Line of xoooooooo X E.W.I.illard. Jno. B. Stout. l YTAB, IK ADVANCK. " iOMK Months. " " .11.00 . .50 . .25 FRIDAY, February, 4, 1898 an exciting and interesting tussle the Senate, on Friday, by the vote of 47 to 32, adopted the Teller concurrent resolution, 32 Democrats, 4 Populists and 11 Republicans voting for it. Oalv one democrat voted against it and he was Mr. Ciffety, Louisiana. Messrs. Murphy, of New York; Smith, of New Jersey; Gray, of Delaware and Lindsay, of Kentucky, all suspected of leaning toward the gold standard, supported heartily the resolution. When the resolution came to the house many windy spieches were made and lots cf time consumed. It was fi nally rejected by a vote of 182 to 132, the vote being cast on party lines, ex cent that two democrats, Elliott, of South Carolina, and McAleer, of Penn sylvania, voted against it and one re' publican, Linney, of North Carolina, voted for it, while another republican refused to vote. Representative John S. Rhea made his maiden speech and drew fourth rounds of applause from the democrats and a storm of republi can hisses bv declaring that if there was one place in Hades hotter than another that place was reserved for John Sherman. The resolution is as follows: "That all the bonds of the United States, is sued, or authorized to be issued, un der the said acts of Congress hereinbe fore recited, are payable, principal and interest, at the option of the Govern ment of the United States, in silver dollars of the coinage of the United States containing 412 2 grains each of standard silver; and to its coinage such silver coins as a letral tender in payment of said bonds, principal and interest, is not in violation of the public faith nor in derogation of the rights of the public creditor . After at Washington as to the illness of of Liet. Lucien Young, which is at the Navy Department as favorable. The connection of Lieut. Young'j name with the battleship Kentucky is receiving favorable words all over the state, and an effort to have him placed in charge of the vessel should be pushed. 'J'he Kentucky, in command of Lucien Young, could tie a knot in the British lion's tail which could not be worked lcose with a 1 hand-spik- nits Also a Variety of jO ZOUZ, Editor Dan E. O'Sullivan, of the Louisville Crit'c, is one of the few men of this day who is not afraid to His roasts of talk out in meetin'. Louisville officials peel the btirk from head to foot and arc even interesting to us backwoods folks who are not at all familiar with Louisville's muniHe never cipal affairs or officers. speaks of a spade as a farming1 implement nor a thief as a defiulter. He surely either wears a coat of mail or is possessed of the courage of a lion. A dispatch from Washington says: "Senator Lindsay will answer the :Mr. Lincoln Nelson, of Marslifield, Mo., writes: "For six years I have been a sufferer from a scrofulous affection of the glands of my neck, anil all efforts of phvsicians iu Washington. D. C, Springfield, 111., and St. Louis failed to reduce the enlargement. After six months' constant treatment here, my physician urged me to submit to a re nioval of the gland. At this critical mo meut a friend recommended S.S.S., prejuand laving aside a dice against all patent medicines, 1 be gan its use. Before I had used one bottle the enlargement began to disappear, and uow it is entirely gone, though I am Orders taken for all Foreign or Domestic Magizines not through with my second bottle yet. Had I only used your S.S.S. long ago, I would have escaped years of misery Blue Grass Peeping Through the Snow. and saved over 150." GEN'L W. J. LANDRAM IK ILL'D KENTUCKIAN. This experience is like that of all who blood troubles. suffer with The red bird's cblrp at enrly dawn, The doctors can do no trood, and even Calls from the boughs that fringe the lawn, their resorts to' the knife prove either His mate, to view, with heart aglow fruitless or fatal. S.S.S. is the only The blue grass peeping through the snow. remedy; it gets at the root of real blood the disease and forces it out perma The sparrows flit Iu droves around, And flee at every passing sound, nentlv. While sunbeams kiss the winds that blow, S.S.S. guaranteed purely vegetable) M SCELANEODS BOOKS or Newspapers. Leadimg)Tuggists. sun m xooooooooo: Stationery, Paints, Oils, Etc. DA1MVILLE. : : KENTUCKY. deep-roote- d ROBERTS' DRUG STORE. The Latest Styles. We have received our full line of Fall and Winter Goods, and tbey are the Yery Latest and Best money could buy. Our stock of deep-seate- d A Real Blood Remedy is a blood remedy for real blood troubles it cures the most obstinate cases ol Scrofula. Eczema, Cancer, Rheumatism, blood reme etc., which other dies fail to touch. S.S.S. cets at the root of the disease and forces it out per manently. Valuablef books will be sent free to any address by the 3wift Specific Co., At- spoken in his convictions, and not as !.,.. tmi.'S as he should have oeeu. On his return home Mr. It 1). DR. BELL'S The Louisville Post says the Legis- Lusk acting as attoruej- as he said for lature has reach e I middle life without me government wrote a warraut for Senator L'ronston introduced a dras Anders-ju'arrest charing him with tic measure to regulate the selling of doing many things it ought not to do, disloyalty in aiding and aOettinir th and if it will only continue this mas- southern rebellion and brought it to pools and bookinaking in Kentucky. V --terly inactivity for the few days rc me lor my signature as County Judge. After years of untold suffering from maining to it, tlie people will breathe 1 signed it and Anderson was brought piles, 11. XV. Pursell of Knitnersville, court 01 enquiry. 4. Pj., was cured by using a utisic me us a sgh of relief, and go on earning taink we were iiabout two days single box getting their daily bread by the sweat o' their Liirougn wiin ine investigation, Mr. of Da Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Skin brow, and, of course, enough over to Lusk making a long speech at the diseases such as eczema, rash, pimples ciose of the testimony. I gave the keep the officeholder in pie. Is sold by all drucglsts or sent upon receipt P case as I thought careful attention." and alj,tmate sores are readily cured u jjnuj by this famous remedy. A republican who has gradually c., ouc. ana f i per ootue by Stormes' Tne evidenoe The E. K. Sutherland XedMne Cet, radntak, Kj. It is reported that Senator L'ndsay upon the partshowed no overt act Drug Store. and gracefully worked himself to the of Anderson that I im imnniinwwinnHHWIW "just lafed'' when informed of th thought would justify a court in holdfront ranks of Kentucky politics, ing the lion. Sam. J. Roberts, editor of the Kentucky Legislature's resolution ask casehim in bonds, so I dismissed AnMiss Sallie Scoggan, a prominent and adjourned court, and as WALLACETON. him to resign. Lexington Leader, and collector of the HIGHEST CASH PRICE at all derson was going out of the court- and popular young lady of Louisville, PAD) FOR HEMP. seventh internal revenue district. He house Judge Sam'l Lusk spoke to An- lost her life in a sudden and horrible K. G. Mitchell and Arthur Yocum derson aud told him that he was a manner Saturday afternoon. As she came to Lexington from Ohio a few No. 5 The worJ war between Hon. Chas. rebel, and who are attending school at Berea that he had better get out years ago and started the Leader, and J. Bronston and Monran Chinn at o: that co:umunit3', Lusk used very was about to board a Southern train were with friends here Saturday and despite the many words of discourage Frankfort last week, calls to mind rough language which so alarmed An- at Stein's station at 5 o'clok, she was ounday. ment and the pull, has made similar occurrence between the red derson that he called on me to give drawn under the wheels by the power E. B. Wallace is erecting a new resi that paper one of the foremost in the headed Lexintonian and Hon. Will him a body guard to send him home. ful suction of tho train and death re I appointed the state. Mr. Roberts has been very iam IL Miller which took place in the safo at home. guard who saw him sulted instantly. Her head was sever dence on the south side of Main street, Anderson was so modest, and is one of the few people constitutional convention, 'lhe liron alarmed at the threats mado against ed and there was hardly a bone that which is to be occupied by Thos. So per and family. nini that he loft his liome that night was not broken. who have moved into the state who set-t- o was the source of Grandmother Wylie, who was report did not immediately proceed to tell much ridicule by the press. The fol for the southern army. At tue same time Mr. Lusk a eJ last week as very low, died on the Kentuckians how they must act and lowing lines, from the pen of the late issued ayainst had T. similar warrant J. McQuerry who NATIONAL BANK 2Sth ult She was in her SGth year to Tell. is what they must da From an humble Gen'l W. J. Landram, wera published was then under guard aud his trial and had been a member of the Presby editor he has risen to an important at the time by the Stanford Interior was to come off the next Monday. At tenan church for more than 50 years. CAPITAL leader in politics and if we were after Journal, and they fit last week's oc- U Ojdock of that morning I took my People who look after rhpir SURPLUS, booits and wraing material and startOF a job under McKinley, we wouldVath-e- r currence so well that we reproduce ed to the courthouse, and just before health are likefail to 'Ihero will be a basket supper at the 200,000.00 the carpenter who neg( $65,000.00. have the name of Sam. J. Roberts them: I entered the door J saw Uen. W. J. lects to sharpen his tools. People are now Baptist church here on the night Landram coming toward me. He said not apt to get anxious about their of the 12th, for support of the church. attached to our papers than that of In Kentucky's con. convention, LANCASTER, KT, ne wanted to talk with me an my health soon enough. If vou aro "nnt It promises to be a nice affair as it is a Two names we dare not mention, any other Kentucky republican. He friend, aud referring to the trial and quite well" or "half sick" have you ever new feature in our Are Charles, the Dnke of has tackled one job lately, though, in immediate comma release of Anderson he said that he thought that your kidneys may be the And William, who for Prince will pass. nity. which he will meet his Waterloo, and had heard a great deal said about it cause of your sickness? The Florida & New Or When old Kentucky's sons arecaled 1 now had to try McQaerry if that is in "harmonizing" the republiIt is easy to tell by settiner asidft And chicken hearts shriuk back appalled aud as A. R.Denny, President. leans Limited trains of the Queen I did not hold him in bonds, ne feared your urine for twenty-fou- r can party in the state. There is no Two worthy tinkers, somewhat heady, sedJno. E. Stormes, Vice President. TEA cures Dyspep- & "Crescent Rente run through to that I would have trouble. I undei- - iment or settling indicates hours.a Aud for discussion ever ready; an unheal- PJilMMMNUBIAN way under the sun by which he can lUIIIVI 3 gin. Constirvitinn nnil Trwl,. Wm.H. Kinnaied, Cashier. stood from this that 1 would likely be thy condition of the kidneys. When Announced in tones not o'er polite, Jacksonville and New Orleans in succeed in the latter as long as there rooousa. 1 now yery well recollect urine stains linen it is evidence of kid gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. That each was ready for a fight ; S.C.Denny, J. F. Robinson. Jb, is pie and "honna, sah" to be divided the impression this made upon me at ney trouble. Too frequent desire to And if, pei chance, the sergeant bo d, Assistant Cash'r. 1 of course was excited and urinate, scanty the time. 24 hours from Cincinnati. among the would-b- e bosses. supply, pain or dull Was not in strongest language told looking the General in the eve 1 said ache in the back is also ft. T. Embky Ass't That he should wield his power and mace to him if it is my duty to convincing R. KINNAIRO'S tryMcQu rry proof that the kidnevs and hinder ro To keep the peace amid the place, These fast trains are of the fin x win uo so 1,0 ine oest 01 my judgment It is evident, from her letter to the out 01 order. Where sages sat to contemplate DIRECTORS and if 1 think the law and evidm February Ladies' Home Journal, that est type, luxurously fitted, and runThere is satisfaction in knowing that The duties owing to the State; will justify in holding him in bonds Sam'l. D.Cochran, Miss Lillian Bell finds much in Paris Jas Spllman, These doughty warriors seeking- gore, will so decide. But if I think the the great remedy Dr. Kilmer's Swamp ning on a perfect roadbed. Alex. R. Denny, to interest and amuse her. Among A. C. Robinson, And panoplied like knights of yoro, cnarges are not sustained according to Root, fulfills every wish in relieving Representing Over weak or diseased kidneys and all forms Looked daggers as they proudly glanced, W. R. Cook, law. then 1 will dismiss the proaecu of bladder L. Davidson, other things that are rather novel to and urinary troubles. Not Winter Tourist Low round-tri- p And swiftly toward each other pranced, iion at me riSK 01 my 11 e. And n w an American, one sees," she writes, Jno. E. Stormes, give new life Bays William, Pi luce, to Charles, the free, Uen. Landram 1 want you to say to only does Swamp-Roo- t "the comical sight of a French bride activity to the kidneys -- the cause tickets on sale throughout the those who have been making tueir and 'Shake not your gory locks at me, and bridegroom, in all the glory o' My paint and feathers long hare been, threats, that I set them at defiance and of trouble, but by treating the kidneys In the following Fire Insurance North. if at any time in future 1 should be it acts as a tonic for the e itiro constiBy every member fully seen. bridal array white satin, veil their Companies come so trammeled with fear that 1 can tution. If you need a medicine take My Thomas-hawand scalping knife, and orange blossoms driving through An elegant service of Cafe, Par Swamp-Roo- t it cures. Sold by drugnot decide a case as my judgment Show William is prepared for strife; the streets in open cabs, and hugging JEtna of Hartford. mignt mctaie, men 1 win nave mjral gists, price fifty cents and one dollar, So come on Charles if you would bluff, lor, and Observation Cars on these and kissing each other with an unctn Queen of America. Then 'damned be he who first cries hold, courage to resign my othce and let or oy mentioning tne ue.ntral Hecord W some man be appointed iu my stead, ana sending your address to Dr. Kilous freedom which is apt to throw e trains. Double daily train service. 2 enough.' " National of Hartfort. men maae tne request of Uen. Lan mer & Co.. Binehamrnn. V urm mr, conservative American into a spasm of "William," says Charles, "I fear you not, l Phenix of Brooklyn. Write for Information to dram that he take uuwn the testimony have a sample bottle of this great dis a snot, jtui, luuugu uuiujun, laughter. Indeed, the frank and can for me, that he saw the situation I was covery sent 10 you tree by mail. (4) Hartford of Hartford. W.CRinearaon, Gen'l Pass'rAgt.CIncInnati.O And certainly will get the drop g did way that goes on in placed in, that it was important for Send 10 cents for line Art colored Lithograph Manchester of England. On William, if you do not stop." public among the lower classes is 60 me mai ine evidence, should be of Lookout Mountain and Ch 0a Connecticut of Hartford. duced to writing by someone rather Assignees Notice to CreJitsrs. amazing that at first you think you Together, Charges and William say, Noith British and Mercantile. than myself. He atnrstdeclined. 1 told never in this world will become ac As every dog must have bis day, him 1 could not let him off and as S. BEAZLEY, German American of New York. And we are only con. con. screamers, ao customed to it, butyouget accustomed friend I requested it at his hand, as he The creditors of Willis B. Adams will take Liverpool and Why should we not be, likewise, beamers, was ready London and Globe. CD to a great many strange sights in Paris. with the pen and his reDort notice that I will be at the office of R. H. And beam upon each other kind, 01 me testimony would be above sus Tomlinsou's in Lancaster, Ky.. on Saturdav. I also represent the old reliable II a k:ss explodes with unusual vio Before our fellow members find, 1 "5 Teeth filled and extracted with picion. He then gave his consent, an.l oi eacn week for the next four weeks to re. lence in a cab near mine it sometimes nnt tmi That neither one is courting death, we at onca commenced the examina? celve claims against the estate Work a specialty. Office over J. R. of Willis B. New York Life scares the horse, but it no longer dis- Haselden's While this convention needs our breath. tion but did not srtt through with the Adams. herdware store, next to Court House, Lancas- So, "howdy Charlie," "howdy, Bill," evidence that day. We continued the Jan.Sth, 1803. turos me in the least My nervous SALLIE A. LEAVELL. A hasty grave we ne'r will fill, next day, and It V. Lusk commenced ness over that sort of thing has entire Assignee of Willis B. Adams. 'And each took off his several way, his speech some time after dinner but ly worn off." Resolved to meet some other day." did not get through in time for suDD3r. ORGANIZED 1883. The case had attracted a good deal of interest and after supper the court SALE. Miss Ciikistixe Bradley proposes to JUDGE N. SANDIFER nouse was wen nued ana a good munv use water instead of whisky in chrisPITIZENS NATIONAL BAKl ladies were present Mr. Lnsk resum. tening the battleship Kentucky. It is Pens a Few Recollections of Lancaster ed his speech and spoke until about 10 I desire to sell privately part of mv farm on U OF LAHOASTEB. FT. In Years Gone liy. aaid to be her own suggestion to fill a o'clock making- a very strum? arraign mx mver, about VA miles from Joel Walkei ment ot tne officers of the law for fail bridge. The tract contains from to 70 acrpo. bottle with pure water from the spring Dear Louib:- ing to do their duty and that the time to suit purchaser, all lies in one boundary. (weekly Edition of the Commercial Tribune ) on tne larm where Abraham Lincoln Capital, $100,000 abiding- citi excellent land, well fenced. and plenty of nad was born, and break this on the hand- two by wavof I drop vou a line or zens come when the law in T wan would take justice remembrann their own water, aasy Terms. Greatly" Now Ten Pages Surplus, Fund Improved irj some vessel's prow as it glides into the to jot uuwn a few items that I suppose nanus, mat rebels against the govern- Jan. as, 'U8. 15,000 Weekly. JERRY P. BLAND. Enlarged. ocean. While not much of a howl had the most of your old citizens of Lan ment could not fro lonirer unpunished. Every Uay. I BUSINESS SOLICITED. familiar with. In 1801 the I heard Mr. Lusk patiently and after yet been set up over using whisky, yet caster arewar late civil reviewe'd between the North and he was through, testi d the old sisters would most South was inaugurated, the erovern- - mony and decidedI that there the noth Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed was certainly been heard from had Miss Send for Sample Copies. i"i"uing a recruiting and ing it that would justifyj! holding-P Mc- Special inducements to Club Raisers. ., i training- camp on the farm of Kichnrri r., & J. M. Higginbotham Bradley followed the President vjucnjr m uuuus aim Ul&miSSeu. the Robinson, in Garrard countv. in ihrm case. There was then quite a commocustom of smashing a vial of good old of Gen. Lewis Y. Lbavell Nelson tion as -- DIRECT IINE OB. F. Hudson bourbon in naming the boat Her Dick Robinson. and known was cmn me. in the house that rather alarmed OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFER FOR Cashier This place That, I afterwards learned, was idea is a good one, however, and seems pied until some time in 1802, when the complimentary to my decision. On W. O. Bignkt Assistant Cash'r. to meet the general approval of the recruits were sent to the front Then the next morning I met Mr. Lusk and Wiite Sulplinr Springs, A Stupedious Enterprise of Interest, C. D. Waliib Bookkeeper Camp Nelson was organized and locat- - spoke to him as usual and he did not people. iU in jessamine county, just across recognize me further than to give me to all Readers. DIRECTORS: the Kentucky river, near the bridge, a look of scorn. He was then occupy"We very much fear the old saying xhese camps and the preparations for ing part of my office but he of course J.M.HlQeiNBOTHAX, Lewis T. Leatell, THE COMNMAL TRIBUNE'S E "A good beginning has a bad ending" war created quite an excitement in moved out at once from that time did . J. S. T. M.Aenold, Oli Point Comfort, H. c.Johnson, Jb. Arnold, B. F. Hudson. will prove true with the Kentucky many of the leading citizens. Men of not speak only in court on business prominence had different opinions in 1 then treated him with as much resUIX. GIBBS, J. J.Walxzx legislature. They started out by in- regard to the cause and justification of pect as any other member of the Jacob Y. Robinson. Book troducing many needed bills, but, on the Southern states rebelling against In the fall of 1864 I was standing bar. Newport New?, in the latter half of the term, have got- the government, and esnecmllv mc the door of my shop and saw Mr. Lusk ten into a general mess which it seenu-wil- this the case with some who were most coming toward me on the side walk .CV fA WasninEton, Market Quotation. ana in denouncing and just before he reached me he spoke TO EACH YEARLY SUBSCRIBER I last through the remainder of the active Corrected weekly by H. B. Jforth- the rebellion. These men were the calling me by name, and said "I want e session. It looks like an utter imposkind who with all their to speak to you." I answered by saycott Who will send zoc Additional for Postage and Packsibility these days to get a lot of men expression of patriotism and love of ing "All right.'r He then remarked. dull, M and 15c New York City. Eggs country failed to ing. 60c Net to Accompany Each Order. "I Chickens 4 to 5c together who will not get to growling to the government offer their services youhave said a great many things about to help put the during this war that I am now Hens 6c and fighting over which is the biggest AN ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE AUTHORITY. down, whilst many others from sorry for. Your course I find was EAST BOUND. Young Roosters 3 to 3Uc dog in the pack. Begone with your a sense of patriotic dutr enlists ,,no. right, while mine was wrong and I Leave Lexington 11:25 a. m. and 8:50 p. k. Old Roosters 2c Advanced orders may be placed now. Almanac ready for de ' tw selfish motives and attend to the pub- he federal banner, and served thtr now want to ask your pardon." I ex Arrive Wlnchextpr . . 11'JKi.v 6 to 7c Washington . . 6 ;50 a. ic. livery January 1, 18931 Every reader should have this invalu3 :40 p! m! Turkeys until the tended lic business for which you are paid, country Anderson, close of the war. that his him my hand and told him Philadelphia.. 10:15 a. M. " 7:05 p. H. Old Gobblers 5 to 5Xc able volume of Statistical, Educational, Agricultural, Historicoiayton a wealthy farmer apology was entirely satisfec New York 12;40 a. M. " 9:08 p. if. Ducks gentlemen. 5 to 5c al and General Compliation of Useful and Interesting Facts and ivea near Lancaster and in 1861 was tory, and that I hoped our associations Boston 8:00 p.m. 7:15p.m. Geese $3.00 to $4.00 per do. landling a lot of mules that he had in future would again be as pleasant Figures. WKST BOUND. Hides, Green 6 to 7c een feed in cr for the Southern mnrUt and agreeable as in former years. We i. Mb. North, the Lincoln county memLv Winchester? .30 A. V. 4 :45 P. v. and 3 M v v Butter I think he had sent them down to Ten- were good friends after this. ioc Address The Commercial Arv Lexineton8 :00 a. M..5 :15 p. x. and 3 :45 p. m Feathers, fine white geese ber of the Legislature, appears to be nessee for sale but found Co. 28 to 30 i necessary N. Sandifkb. Arv Frankfort 9:10 a. m., 6:13 p. m. an unusually level headed man, and to give them his personalit attention, CINCINNATI, OHIO. " gray " 25 to 27c Arv Shelbyvllle 10:01 a. m.. 7p.k. Arv Louisville 11:00 a.m.. 8:00 p.m. Duck feathers 20 to 24c nearly all his bills have been timely md applied for, and got a permit from Through sleepers between Louisville, CUBAN RELIEF cures BAga 15 to 20c per hundred. and important though each seems U the officer in command of th iron. IMftftfaM and New York without change. ' .ucky department of war. to make thn a o isn Iron v W In five Neura,8land Toothache rot rates or Information write to minutes. Sour Stomach have unfortunately struck a snsg. trip. H was a Southern nan, out mad Summer G. W. BARNEY, Bnes 90 o 2S Complaint. Price, 25 Cents. Slv. Fau. Agent, Lexington, Kt. Calves, veal $2.50 to $5.50 per head. Kentucky Legislature in a speech to hi delivered in the Senate, so it is stated here. He has not received the resolutions, but as soon as he does he will prepare a response. The Senator's friends her., both democratic and republican, laugh at the suggestion that the Kentuckian will resign his seat. Senator Ljpdsay may follow his speech with an open letter to Kentuckians. lanta, Ga. prudent at all O'er blue grass peeping through the suow. The black bird (ram his nlry height, Sends greeting to the roblu bright, And bids him oarol sweet and low, Of blue grass peeping through the snow. The lark sings out iu cheerful tone; The dove coos from her mossy throne; And bright-eyedals.es lie below The blue grass peeping through the snow. Again the balmy birth of spring, Giv s welcome to the birds that sing; Kissing the streams that gently flow O'er blue grass peeping through the snow. Nature with all her kindly charms, Throws round the earth her loving arras. And woos the buds to bloom and grow, lld. blue grasg peoping through the enow. Pine G-En- ts FnntwEBLT irlll1V,, HTAtrolfa 9999 MtiMBBMMtmS I old, ud tare obM bnt all of tba 9 e0Dh l hug remedies that have been lold during 3 my life; and for the benefit or the lufferlns I will aj 3 that I hare never used anr remcdv mhi r.., . . It 6lve quick and permanent grippe, ai well as other conshi. We It oar house all the time, and wn.il l nnt k. -- keen t. la 4 Has. II. A. Uiicuri, RO South 4th St., Padacah, Kj. dm 87 "'I Wu is complete in every detail, and a look will convince you that they are unsurpassed. See our immense line of jtM Furnishings. We have an elegant line of Trunks and Valises. When in Danville don't fail to give us a call. un, CALDWELL lLLHi, LANIER, DA K E NTUCKY, W. J. LOUGHRIDGEj Manufacturer nf Hemp. Cheapside. Dealer in Cultivated and Lint Hemp Seed and Clover Seed. up-hi- ll Lexington, ties Telephone 205. Kentucky. ston-Mill- It Easy 24 C Hours Blue-gras- Insurance Agency 557,000,000 k z 01 05 tut Is DENTIST. Insurance i COMPANY. LAND FOR THE WEEKIiTT CO long-face- - 1 - 1 time-honor- c HESAPEAKE OHIO - RY. T- 50 CENTSa. ni. 1898 450-PAB- - Encyclopedia Almanac and fear l n FREE Tribune n ORDER NOW- FOR CASH! customers to sell for Cash. Will sell to every one alike for Cash. No Time, No Bad Debts, No Fancy Profits. All Cash Bargains for the year Rock-Botto- I have concluded it will be best for me. and my 1898. Mrs. Moody Harden, STONE. CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, February, 4, 1898. Frank Folger bought of pair of mules at $65. Luther Raney bought E. L. Murphy sold a plug horse 813. Wm. Wall a 12 head of cittle at $10.63 per head. MCOOMOiOMi0 0O0M00m0Hi Miss Pearl Huffman is Miss Le Rodgers. T. L. Sanders bought of Freeman Lane 20 hogs for $26.00. Frank Folger sold 6 bushel of hemp- seed at $2.00 per bushel Miss Lizzie Thompson, of Bryants ville, began a select school at Pleas ant Hill Monday morning with very good attendance. John Roberts, of near here, sold ten head of cattle to Vet Brooks, of Little Hickman, at $S0. T. L. Sanders sold seven head of hogs to Ben Robinson, of Lancaster, at 3c per pound. Luther Ramsey also sold 4 head of hogs to same party at 3c per pound. J. B. Sanders, of Lan caster, also bought several hogs at same price. Lewis Harris ave a large oyster supper last Thursday night in honor of his fishing club. Lem Mathas gave a dance Monday night in honor of Leslie Green and his many friends. Mrs. John Roberts, of Jessamine, visited her sister, Mrs. Peachie Grow last week. Miss Mattie G. Sanders visited friends and relatives in Jessamine last week and also attended the Brooks Alverson wedding at Mt. Zion church. Miss Aider Brunes, of Little Hickman, spent Sunday and Monday with Mattie G. Sanders, of this place. Miss Nell Ray, of Buckeye, visited Miss Irene Miss Pearl and Raney Thursday. Jewell Sanders visited Mrs. Nellie Mrs. T. L. SanPreston Thursday. ders visited Mrs. Gabe Preston last weelc Mr. Wm. Sanders, of Burgin, is visiting relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. James King and wife, of Burgin, are visiting relatives near here. the guest of Mrs. Alice Clark, of Danville, is visiting Mrs. J. Rodjjers. guest of Miss Ora Sanders, of Buckeye, is the Miss Pearl Boss. Mrs. Alice Clark and sister visited Mrs. J. L. Warner, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Arnold visited Mrs. J. L. Warner, Sunday. Mr. Merriman and family, of Illinois are guests of T. J. Hammond. . Miss Altie Markshury entertained a few friends Monday evening. Mrs. Minnie Harvey and children are visiting Mrs. Maggie Arnold. Miss Mary Elkin, of Stanford, is the pretty guest of Mis Mattie Elkin. Mrs. Allen Beazley is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hays, in Sstanford. Mr. Willie Stone, who has been iil with pneumonia, is much improved. Miss Bettie Henry has returned from a visit to relatives in Crab Or chard. Miss Annie Austin, of Crab Orchard her spent Saturday and fcunday-witparents. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Drake and handsome baby, Lois, were visitors here h It was I think early in the '70's that I wrote the appended simple stanzas for the little people composing the Rosebud Society in Mrs. W. A. Yantis' department of Franklin Institute. Recently I have had a letter from the "Mary" of the lines, requesting that the piece be reproduced in the Cex thai. Record, and I comply, hoping that the editor will give it space. ".he Alpha Diamond Mines," and "The Omega Flower Garden," we.e also written about the same time, to compliment the rival literary socie ties of the institute. My recollection is that the Rosebuds were Mary Hicks, Tom Bush, Susie Harris, Lida Jennings, Lizzie Jen nings, Abbie and Frank Yantis, Will . Fleec'e Cook, Nannie , Nellie Marrs, White, Willie , Lija Lettie Carson, Mollie S'lvidge, Lula Chaires, Maggie Currey, Addie Folger, George Potts, Aliie , Mamie Olds, Napoleon Price, . Sallie The Blanks I find I am not able to fill with certainty. I believe it would be of interest to the readers of The Record, to trace these ''Rosebuds and publish their whereabouts at this time. Lida, Lula and Lizzie lived to womanhood, were married, and called to their eternal home while yet in the springtime of life. "Abbie" is now Mrs. John Morean. of Paragould, Ar kansas, and the happy mother of four little Rosebuds of her own. She is prosperous, as is also "Frank," who is married and is a rising railroad man. 'George" is married and has a fine po sition as manager of the Burnet House, Cincinnati "Fleecie" is Mrs. Kinnaird, "Mamie" is Mrs. Stormes, and "Maggie" is Mrs. Robinson, all of your own town and county. Will not some reader fill out the missing para graph and tell us where the others are? A VISIT TO FAIRY LAND. I was walking in the city. On a bright sunny day, When I met n little fairy On mr long, lonely way. She was dressed all in roses, In her hand a small stick, Her face was glad and merry. And her step light and quick. On her head a crown of flowers, On her feet golden shoes, And the little wand she carried, Wore the same yellow hues. Bo)utU Society.. Written for The Record. Priceless Pain MARKSBURY. Dr. B. F. Walter, loss Satisfactorily Afljnstei Promptly Children and admits tortured by Valuable book for women, "Before burns, scalds, injuries, eczema or skin Baby is Born," sent free on application. diseases may secure instant relief by THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is the great Pile remedy. Stormes' Such a lovely little gardon Drug Store, lm Of living, breathing flowers, price. That I thought I eould not leave them FLATWOOD. For a great many hours. Then they bravely made some speeches, W. H. Furr bousrht a hog from Mr. That were witty and were wise; While their hearts looked warm and Jake Clouse for $3.50. Mr. Sweeney Morgan was in this loving, Through their bright sparkling eyes. vicinity buying stock last week. Mr. Thomas Collett bought And they moved about with freedom, two Full of cjulak, childish grace, calves from Mr. Corum for $33. And the lore they bore the lady Bob Faulkner, of color, had a mule Shone on each happy face. I had never seen such wonders Of little girls and boys; I was never culled to enter Such a paradise of joys. So I said, "I love these blossoms, But I cannot pluck them all ; I will leave them to their fairy Who presides at Rosebud Hall." mad dog bite. tors and manufacturers of "Mother's Friend." This successful remedy is not one of the many internal medicines advertised to do unreasonable things, but a scientifically prepared liniment especially effective in adding strength and elasticity to those parts of woman's organism which bear the severest strains of childbirth. The liniment may be used at any and all times during pregnancy up to the very hour of confinement. The earlier it is begun, and the longer used, the more perfect will be the result, but it has been used during the last month, pnly with great benefit and success. It not only shortens labor and lessens the pain attending it, but greatly diminishes the danger to life of both mother and child, and leaves the mother in a condition more favorable to speedy recovery, " Mother's Friend " is aold by druggists at i.oo, or sent by express on receipt of " If a price can e placed on pain, Mother't Friend' is worth its weight in gold as an alleviMy wife suffered more in ten minutes with either of her other two children than she did altogether with her last, having previously used four bottles of ' Mother's Friend.' It is a blessing to any one expecting to become a mother," saya a customer. Thus writes Henderson Dale, Druggist, of Carxni, 111., to the Bradfield Regulator Company, of Atlanta, Ga., the proprieator. Ballou's store. 2t H. D. Aldridge sold to J. A. Wood a short horn cow for 25. There have been several parties in this community this winter and we suppose from what Madam Rumor says that there have been some engage ments. One young fellow was over heard trying to prevail on his sweet heart to change her name. As he was a great lover of dogs and she was not, she demurcd at first but finally con sented on coadition that he would only keep his old coon dog. So a great burden has rolled off his mind and we suppose that it will not be long before Rev. 'Kuykendak will be called upon to tu the nuptial knot, as ha hug adopted the " credit system." Miss Lena Palmer, of Point L2avellj visited Miss Jennie Perkins, last week. Mr. Joe Aldridge is quite sick with pneumonia at this writing. Dr. Her ring is the attending physician. Mrs. Sam Haselden, Mr. Robert Jennings and Dr. and Mrs. Mack Elliott, of liryantsville, were in the congrega tion at the Fork, Sunday. Miss Ida Mae Kelley will open a four months spring school at the Mason school house, Monday Feb. 7, with twenty pupils, We are glad to note that Airs. Miram Peters who has been suffering with a sprained ankle for several weeks is able to walk around the room with the aid of a crutch. dentist office over M KV. ALL WOMEN Should know-tha- t the "Old Time" Eemedy, Fail BRYAJfTSVIIXE, To the members of the Kentucky Growers Insuranca Co., and to whom it may concern: Owing to the many inquiries relative 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 application and as shown by ray policy. Owing to my absence in "Virginia my l)ss was not certified by Mr. G. T. Higginbotham, Chairman of Garrard county board, to the company for payment until Nov. 22J, and in Ijss than sixty days thereafter I received the entire amount insured for. For solvency and cheapness every fanner should consider our company before insuring elsewhere. Yours truly, K. Koe. Tho above speaks for itself and those desiring protection to their property against fire, lightning and wind at a price in accord with the cost of carrying it, should confer with D. ;W. Dunn, Danville, solicitor for Boyle county. Josse Doty, Hyattsville, solicitor for Garrard county, U. C Baughman, Stan ford. B. B. KenJall, General Manager, Lexington, Ivy. Jan. 28, 3t. O00000090 Ta f fin tiAet trw c.r- - T- - .( irregularities In Female Organs. Should bo taken for Cfciafe of Life and beforo ruuKcra Tim" Reaefies have stood the test for twenty years. Mada only by New Spencer Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. For sale by 1L E .McKobert-i- , Lancaster ted Lubricating Oils and Greusea. Snlarvanu expenses. Enclose- - stamp for particulars. Aildress, CltEdCENT OIL, CO.. -- t Mlnnpiinnlfa. Afinr WANTED LKt.HI'U NOTICE TO CREDITORS. All parties having claims against the assum ed estate of O P. Stone this day assigned to me win present the same to me at Stone, Ky., or my attorney, J. Mort Kothwell. at Lancas ter, A.y., on or before April 1st. 1898. This Jan. 18th 1898. A. D. FORD. 4t Asilcnpf O TV Rtnno I & aoocg It WiU Be Done Rignt If you liring Your work to W. H. LACKEY Successor to Lackey Gulley. ;Firs- - Ctlas STABLE. NED BURDETT & CO., at Arnold shop on Danville street. Scientific Horseshoeing, Repairing of Wagons, Buggies, and all kinds of ve hicles Promptly and Substantially done. LIVERY HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO SUBSCRIBE NOW! THE to die last week from the effects of a TRAVELING MEN. last week. Miss Fannie West was entertained by Miss Amanda Anderson Saturday and Sunday. Eev. Faulconer, of the Presbyterian church, has been spending a week in Middlesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bussell, of Marion county are visiting the family of W. B. Jarvis. Miss Mattie Beazley, of Crab Orchard, is visiting her brother. Dr. Walter Beazley. Miss Minna Crutcher, after a short visit to Miss Sallie Anderson, has returned to Richmond. Capt. Chas. Gallagher, who was quite W. A. ill at the home of his iliatt is much better. Miss Louise Kauffman, of Richmond College, tpent Saturday and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Emma Kauffman. Miss Anna Pearl Burnside, of Stanford, has been visiting Misses Bessie and Jennie Burnside, at 'Possum Hollow. Dr. Allison Clokey returned to Louisville after visiting Miss Lula' Batson, who is doing splendidly and wc hope will soon be entirely well. The bad weather prevents Capt. White from coming to his post in The Rt.cord office. He has about recovered though, we are glad to note. Mr. Jno. S. Baughman, of Danville, was in town Monday and honored The Rkcokd office I with a call. John is a mighty clever fellow and the girl who captures him will indeed be fortunate. 1 he Stanford Journal says Col. W. G. Welch, who has suffered with rheumatism for some t'.me, has gone to the Martinsville, Ind., Springs, with the hope of improvement We are glad to see Mr. T. W. Reid back at his post in Gaines' grocery, after a slight illness. This is Mr. Reid's first illness for many years and it we very much against the grain with him. "Will you walk into my garden?" Said her small silvery voice; "I will show you all my roses. And you may take your choice." These young rose trees of mine. But their blossoms are as fragrant As the finest of the fine." 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 A "I have only lately planted Minute Cough Cure has been adminis tered. Safe and harmless for children. Stormes' Drug Store. BUCKEYE. Dr. B. F. Walter, dentist office over 2t Ballou's store, Lancaster. Hemp breaking was in full blast dur ing the pretty days of last week. James P. Prather sold to Joseph Simpson, yoke of oxen at $75.00. Joseph Simpson sold to Mr. Hisel, of near Lexington, 10 calves at $15.50 per head. Also 3 yearlings at $20 per head. We have an old man in our midst that has suddenly developed into a maker of furniture and musical instruments. He lately made two rocking chairs that would grace any parlor and made for his son, ajbanj) that produces fine music Quite a number of our young folks attended the birthday party given by Miss E.ta Cotton at her horns in Mad ison county Thursday night. They report a large crowd in attendance, an enjoyable time, an elegant supper and many handsome presents given the fair hostess. Mr. Wm. Jones and wife, made a visit last week to relatives near that they had not seen for 30 years. Ebb Uickerson made a bus iness trip to Buena Vista Wednesday. Forest Curtis and wife, of Kirksville, spent a few da3s with their parent, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray last week Miss Florence Tanner, of McKinney, has returned from a visit to Miss Hat- tie Jones. Mr. Oscar Ray, after mak ing a visit to his friends here returned to Illinois, Thursday. It seems that the most of our boys have the Illinois fever. Some have gone and in a few weeks there will be more to follow. n lm "I will let you pluck a nosegay, You may stroll througe my bowers, So come this way, fair lady, And see my pretty flowers." Then I could not choose but enter, Through the gate opened wide, So I went into the garden -Of my sweet fairy guide. or thirty She bad twenty-fir- e Little trees in a row, And I smiled when I noted How the blossoms seemed to grow. And 'was funny that the flowers Did not bloom out in full, For she had instead of roses, Only Rosebuds to pull. So I asked the little fairy How she made them so neat. How she kept her charming rosebuds So tidy and so sweet. Said she: Lady, I will tell you, I have known a long while; With tears of joy I water them, Their sunshine is my smile." I stepped forth to take a cluster, When the spirit's golden wand Touched the trees, and ljta wonder, Beneath my outstretched hand. For a little girl came tripping From each tree on my right, And on my left were little boys, Driving roses out of sight. On each leafy top were ringlets, All of bright sunny hair, And each tree was clad in garments That only children wear. Now the sprite became a lady, Quite as tall as myself; All her rosy raiment vanished To adorn some other elf. And the garden all around me, Changed into a long hall, Where thesj little human rosebuds Seemed to come at my call. There were Mary, Tommie, Susie, Lida, Lizzie, Abbie, Frank, Nannie, Fleecie, Charley, Willie, All just ready for a prank. Nellie, Lettie, Mollie, Lija. Lula, Maggie, Addie, George, Allic, Mamie. Napo, Sallie, Lads and lassies small and large. There have been several mad dogs killed lately in the surrounding neighborhood. Mrs. James, the widow of the late David James, died of la grippa at the home of her Mr. John EUGENIA D. POTTS. Boain, in Estill county. She was brought here and buried in the We are anxious to do a little good in Drake's creek graveyard, near Preach-ersvillthis world and can think of no pleas-antor better way to do it than by Mr. John Jackson la very sick of recommending Oae Minute Cough Miss Maggie Ross, of Cure as a preventive of pneumonia, pneumonia. consumption and other seriou thij Hammack, spent Thursday at Mrs. Dave Anderson is spendtroubles that follow neglected colds ing a week with her mother, Mrs. Drug Store. Stormes' lm Hays. e. Flat-wood- s. WEEKLY LOUISVILLE DISPATCH. FIRE anfl LIFEINSURAN C E A SPEBIGELELD FIEE MB MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK. CO Straight Democratic Newspaper. 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There are three little things which do more work than any other three little things created they are the ant, the bee and De Witt's Little Early Risers, the last being the famous little pills for stomach and liver troubles. Stormes' Drug Store. lm SWEENEY. S. LEAF. Dr. B. F. Walter, dentist office over Ballou's store, Lancaster. 2t Mr. Will Wallace traded a bunch of mules to W. H. Douglas for his crop of corn. Ed. Adams, of El Ark., is here with a car load of cattle from that state. Some sneak thief stole about one third of the coal that Mrs. Annie Adams had at the school house Sun day night. Mrs. Annie Adams commenced teach ing a subscription school at Norris' store house last Monday. Little Willie Pullins, son of Mason Pullins, is quite sie'r. W. B. Adams went to Rockcastle this week oa busines. For Sale. I will sell my farm of 73 acres sit uated in Garrard county, 2 miles northwest of Paint Lick station, on Railroad. It has on it a the L. s new house with six rooms, a new barn and other necessary buildings and also a good tenant house. There is a well of water at the door, the best in the county, not failing during the drouth last summer. The water is so cold to use any ice in that we never the hotest weather. The farm is under good fence and is very productive and will produce anything that grows in this country. It is supplied by a spring 6: pure running water that never has been known to go dry. My reason for selling: My .physician advises me to change climate on the account of my health. Address C. B Engleman, Paint Lick, Ky. Do.-ad2 Lancaster, : : : Kentucky. d'TZ: zT'H The Weekly Dispatch And The I HEW LIV1EY. y. I I Central One Year --Both Record $1.65. ! I have purchased the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the For Only Very Best Rigs The Daily Dispatch A I. Rigsby sold to James McCarley 5 shoats at 3c per pound. Miss Stella Derhon has returned home from a pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. Gray, at Livingston. J. F. Thompson sold to McCarley & Lawson 9 shoats at 3c J. U. Thomp son and J. F. Thompson sold 13 to same party at same price. S. Morgan sold 1 milk cow to Dave Ross for 830, 1 fat cow to B. F. i Robin and 1 at 3c, also S. Morson for2 C U B A N OIL' cures gan bought 20 head of shoats at 3c, PljtHf and bought 1 fat cow from Sam Ander- I IWII VI v Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheumatism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. son at $24. METROPOLITAN NEWSPAPER. Thoroughly Equipped with Every Faculty to keep you daily posted upon all the events of the world. RICE BENGE. jj Daily, except Sunday, 6 months, S3; 1 year SC. Daily, with Sunday, 0 months, i; 1 year, S8. Aldress, Queen St Crescent Route. THE DISPATCH, Louisville, Ky. 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McCarley and Lawson bought of Sam Anderson 3 head cattle for g5?.00. a mixed Col. B F. Robinsoa-shippeload this week to Cincinnati market. Gus Straus, of Lexington, bought the Overton farm, 285 acres, near Lexington, for $30,000. L. V. llarkness, of Fayette county, sold to J. W. Bales for New York parties 40 Polled Angus cattle, 1,753 lbs at 5c 1 he Richmond Register says; Covington, Arnold & Bro.. sold to the Pitman Cosl Co. a car load of corn at $2 delivered at the mines in Laurel county. Messrs Stuart and Lige Stndcrs, of Buckeye, bhipped from here a load of 1 ght hogs to Cincinnati market for which they paid 2 to JJi. McCarley and Lawson shipped to Cincinnati a mixed load of cattle and hogs this week, which they bought of various parties at2 to 3c. Forty-fiv- e miners returned from Dawson by steamer bringing a large amount of gold dust and drafts. One party of four had over $50,000. Othei s brought sums ranging from $S,000 to .aw and ask for a list of books that will be strengthening .to your mental and moral condition. Life is so short and Reading of 3'our time for improvement so abbreviated that you can not afford to till iip,w;ith hiiiks anl cimk r.s and debris. Unnry Often Turned to Call Ir. Talmnc Givis Warning of Temptation Which f All IVnple lteriet the I'athway Card ri:i) lug suit Stoc. Uaiub:lii? tic d $20,000. The Winchester Sun reports sale of a lot of shoats at $3. 10 per cwt., a car of mules in Atlanta at an averaga of $C5.r0, a crop of 23,500 pounds tobacco tt 12 cts , ten sheep for $34 and a lot cf shoats at $3.10 per cwt. The Jews are much more exempt from tubercle than any other race, and there is little doubt, says a medical writer, that much of this exemption is due to the great care exercised in the choice and dressing of their meat. It is said that some of the inhabitants of Venice those that have never been to the n.aiuland have never in their lives seen a horse. A showman once took a horse to Venetian fair and placed him on exhibition as a monster, and many factory hands paid a shilling each to see him. A number of Eastern horsemen will be in Kentucky shortly to look up a lot of good horses for the Eastern market. Our horsemen should get their horses in good sale condition, and be ready for those buyers when they arrive. While horses are scarce here, we ought to be able to supply a fair demand. Insects and diseases are compelling market gardeners to adopt better rotation; they have relied mainly upon manures to maintain the fertility of the soiL Common sense should suggest that crops nearly allied should not follow each other, even though the gardner must somewhere grow what the market demands. The horses which are desirable for heavy work, or for riding or driving, will never be superseded by mechanical powers. It is the common bred horse which is deteriorating year by year, for the lines of work in which such horses have been employed are now largely performed by electricity. Se me orchards are nearly ruined by having a crop of hay taken off them in dry weather. Cultivation should be kept up for the first six or seven yeais; then we should sow to red clover, mowing three or four times a year, and allowing the grass to remain on the ground to hold moisture in summer and to act as a protecting mulch in winter. A Russian physician examined a number of students with legard to their health, as affected by smoking. Of the smokers 10.09 per cent were found to have some affection of the respiratory tract, while only 10.09 of the were thus affected. In respect to diseases of the alimentary tract, the figures were respectfully 1L88 and 9.92 per cent; and of both tracts combined 8.77 and 3.22 per cent. The American Stock Farm, of Lexington, says: The condition of affairs in Kentucky in the matter of breeding is much improved from the last two seasons. Owners of stallions report, already, a good booking, and, judging from the feeling among breeders concerning the inquiries about young trotters, the business is decidedly on the mend. That the demand is great there can be no doubt, still less is there any doubt that the supply is very limited. For this reason breeders are bound to anticipate the future, and to do this they must get foals, and therefore it is reasonable to suppose that many more mares will be bred this season than for several of those past The fact that so many large studs are soon to be dispersed does not mean the mares now owned in them will not be mated this year, for their new owners are more likely to breed them than their present ones. That is what they will buy them for. The large percentage, of brood mares in the State ol Kentucky are owned by breeders with small studs, having an average of not more than five or ten mares, or even less, and these men are, as a rule, farmers who having passed through a most successful harvest and seeing that the business is on the mend will mate their mares this year. The younger generation of stallions will hive great opportunities this season. Not only have many of them done well with their youngsters that have been on the tracks, but thoughtful breeders are beginning to believe that a better bred, better looking and faster son of his sire will out breed the parent The successes of Allerton, Axtell, Bow Bells and others have incited breeders to look to the fast young stallions for the best results to be had in breeding. Talmage's text Sunday was: I Samuel xiv.. 43: "1 did but tasto a little honey with the end of the rod that was in my hand, and. lo, I must ui . The honey bee is a incbt ingeuious architect, a Christopher Wren among insects; geomater drawing hexagons and pentagons, a freebooter robbing the fields of pollen and annua, woncreature of Cod whose bidrous ography, written b3' Iluber and is an enchantment for any lover of nature. Virgil celebrated the bee in his fable of Arista us; and Moses and Samuel and David, Jhd Solomon, and Jeremiah, and Ezckiel, and St. John usjd the delieasies of bee as a Bible symbol. manufacture is the of formation A miracle, tongues, two eyes. five bee; outer having a hheath of the protection, hairs on all sides of its tiny bodj' to brush up the particles of tlowers, its flight so straight that all the world knows of the bee line. The is a palace such as none but Uod could plan and the honey-be- e construct; its cells, sometimes a dormitory and sometimes a storehouse, and Those winged fcometimes a cemetery. toilers lirst make eight strips of wax, and by their antennae, which are to them hammer and ehisel, and square and plumb line, fashion them for use. Two and two the& workers shape the wall. If an accident happens, they put up buttresses of extra beams When to remedy the damage. about the year 1770 an insect before unknown in the night time attacked the beehives sill over Europe and the vain men who owned Hum v.vre out to plan something to the invader that was the terror of the of the continent, it was found that everywhere the bees had arranged for their own protection and s an esbuilt before their pecial wall of wax through which the bees might go to and fro. but not large enough to admit tlirt winged combatants, called the Sphinx Atropos. Do you know that the swarming of the bees is divinely directed"? The mother bee starts for a new heme, and because of this the other bees of the hive get into an excitement which raises the heat of the hive 60inj four degrees, and they must die unless they leave their heated apartment, and they follow the mother bee and alight on the branch of a tree and cling to each other and hold on until a committee of two or three bees have explored the region and found the hollow of a tree cr rock not far off from a stream of water, and they here set up a new colony and pl' their aromatic industries and give themselves U tins manufacture of the saccharine edible. Rut who can tell the chemistry of that mixture of sweetness, part of it the very life of the bee and part of it the life of the fields? Plenty of this luscious product was hanging in the woods of Bethaven during the time of Saul and Jonathan. Their army was in pursuit of an enemy that by God's command must be exterminated. The soldiery were positively forbidden to stop to eat anything until the work was done. If they disobej'ed they were accursed. Coming through the woods they found a place where the bees had been busy a great honey manufactory, s. Jfoney gathered in the hollow of the trees until it had overflowed upon the ground in great profusion and sweetness. All orders and touched it the army obe3-enot save Jonathan, and he, not knowing the military order" about abstinence, dipped the end of a stick he had in his hand into the eandied liquid, and as yellow and tempting it glowed on the eud of the stick he put it to his mouth and ate the honey. Judgment fell upon him, and but for special intervention he would have been slain. In my text Jonathan announces his awful mistake: "I did but taste a little honey with the end of the rod that was in my hand, and lo! I must die." Alas! what multitudes of people in all ages have been damaged by forbidden honey, by which I mean temptation, delicious and attractive, but damaging and destructive! Corrupt literature, fascinating but deathful, comes in this category. Where one good, .honest, healthful book is read now, there is a hundred made up of rhetorical trash consumed with avidity. When the boys on the cars come through with a pile of publications, look over the titles and notice that nine out of ten books are injurious. All the way from here to Chicago or New Orleans notice that objectionable books dominate. Taste for pure literature is poisoned by this scum of the publishing house. Every book in which sin triumphs over virtue, or in which a glamour is thrown over dissipation, or which leaves you at its last line with less respect for the marriage institution and less abhorrence for the paramour, is a depression of your own moral character. The book bindery may bo attractive, and the plot dramatic and startling, and the style of writing sweet as the honey that Jonathan took up with his rod, but your best interests forbid it, your moral safety forbids it, your God forbids it, and one tase may lead to such bad results that you may have to say at the close of the experiment, or at the close of a misimproved lifetime: "I did but taste a little honey with the rod that was in my hand, and, lo, 1 must die." Corrupt literature is doing more today for the disruption of domestic life than any other cause. Elopements, marital intrigues, sly correspondence, fictitious names given at post office windows, clandestine meetings at parks, and at ferry gates, and in hotel parlors, and conjugal perjuries are among the ruinous results. When a woman, young or old, gets her head thoroughly stuffed with the modern novel she is in appalling peril. But some one will say: "The heroes arc so adroitly knavish, and the heroines so bewitchingly untrue, and the turn of the story so exquisite, and all the characters so enrapturing, I can not quit them." My brother, my sister, you can find styles of literature just as charming that will elevate, and purify, and enoble, and Christianize while they please. The devil don't own all the honey. There is a wealth of good books coming forth from our publishing houses' that leave no excuse for the choice of that which is debauching to body, mind andsouL Go to some intelligent man or worn-- . Dr. Swam-merJahonej--comJa-sbee-hivhonej'-comb- In the interstices of business that voting man is reading that which will prepare him to be a merchant prince, and thatyouug woman isr filling 1km mind with an iute. licence that will yet either make her the eh'ef attraction ol a good man's heme, or give her an independence of cnr,iutcr that will qualify her to build her own home an.l maintain it in a l.appines.; that .requires no augmentation from any of our rougher sa:.-- . That yonng or 3'oung woman c.n, by the right literary and moral improvement of the spare ten minutes here or there every day, rise head and shoulder in proiiieritj' and character and inlhi' once above the loungers who re a ! nothing or read that which hedwarfs See all the forests of gnod American literature dripping with honey. Vhv s pjek up the that have bees which will sting in them the you with an eternal poison wh'.le you taste it? One bonk for you or ma maj decide everything for this world-an.the next. It was a turning point with pic when, in a bookstore in Syracuse! one day, I picked up a book called "The Beauties of lludtin.'' It was only a book of extracts, but it was all pure was not satislie.l until 1 Jioncy, and liad purchased all his works, at that time expensive beyond an easy capacity to own them, and with what le light I went through reading his 'Seven Lamps of Architecture" and his "Stones of Venice" it is impossible forme to describe, except by siying that it gave me a rapture for good books that will last me while my life lasts. All around the chureh and there are bn-- y hives of intelligence occuit'l by authors and Kiuhojvsse.s from whos drip a distillation which is the very nectar of Heaven, and why will you thrust your rod of inquis'.tivencss into the tU ath-fsaccharine of perdition? Stimulating liquids also come into th! category of temptations delicious Yon say, "l can not but deathful. bear the taste of i.i toxica ting liquor, and how any man can like it Is to ine an amazement." Well, then, it is no credit to you that you do not take it. Do not brag about your total abstinence, because it is not from any principle that you reject alcoholism, but for the reason that you re;eet certain simply don't like btyles of food the taste of them. But multitudes of people have a natural fondness for all kinds of intoxicants. They like it so much that it makes them smack their lips to look at it. They are tlyspeptic and they like to aid digestion; or they ure annoyed by insomnia, and they take it to produce sleep; or they are troubled, and they take it to make them oblivious; or they feel hippy, and they must celebrate their hilarity, , They begin with mint julip sucked through two straws on the Long Branch piazza and end in the ditch, faking from a jug a liquid half pijd half whisky. Thej not only passion like it. but it is a of body, mind and haul, and after a while" have it they will, though one wine glass of it should cost the temporal and eternal destruction of themselves, and all their families, and the whole jiuiaan race. They would say: "I am sorry it is going to e;ost me and my family and all the world's population so much, but here it goes to my lips, and now let it roll over my parched tongiiQ and down my heated throat, the sweetest, the most inspiring, the most delicious draught that ever thrilled a human frame." To cure the habit before it comes to its plans were various last stages tried in olden t.mes. This plan was recommended in the books. When a man wanted to reform he put shot or bullets into the enp of strong drink one additional shot or bullet each daj-- , that tlisplaced so much liquor. BuUet after bullet, added day by day, of course the lienor became less and less until the bullets would entirely fill up .he glass, and there was no room for the liejuid, and by that time it was said the inebriate would be cured. Whether anyone ever was cared in that way I know not, but by long experiment it is founil that the only way is to slop short off, and when a man does that he needs God to help him. And there have been more cases than you can count when God has so helped the man that he left off the drink forever; and I could count a score of them, some of them pillars in the house of God. One would suppose that men would take warning from some of the ominous names given to the intoxicants and stand off from the devastating influence. You have noticed, for instance, that some of the restaurants are called "The Shades," typical of the fact that it puts a man's reputation in the shade, anel his morals in the shade, and his prosperity in the shade, and his wife and children in the shade, and his immortal destiny in theshade. Now, find, on some of the liquor signs in all our cities the words ''Old Crow," mightily suggestive of the carcass and the filthy raven thatswoopsupon it. ' Old Crow!" Men and women without numbers slain of rum, but unbu-ieand this evil is pecking at their glazed eyes, and pecking at their bloated cheek, and pecking at their destroyed manhood and womanhood, thrusting beak and claw into the mortal remains of what was once gloriously alive, but now morally dead. "Old Crow!" But alas! how many take no warning. They make me think of Cassnr on his ivay to assassination fearing nothing; though his statue in the hall crashed mto fragments at his feet, and a scroll containing the names of the conspirators was thrust into his hands, yet walking right on to meet the dagger hat was to take his life. This infatuation of strong drink is so might . in :nany si man that, though his fortunes .ire crashing, and his health is crashing, and his dometic interests are crashing, and we hand him a long scroll containing the names of perils ihat await him, he goes straight on to physical, and mental, and moral assasIn proportion as any style sination. Df alcoholism is pleasant. to your taste and stimulating to your nerves, and for a time delightful to all your physical and mental constitution, is the peril awful. Remember Jonathan and the forbidden houey in the woods of Bethaven. Furthermore, the gamester's indulgence must be put in the list of temptations delicious but destructive. You who have crossed the ocean many times have noticed that always one of the best rooms has, from morning till g late at night, been given up to practices. 1 heard of men who went on board with enough for a European excursion jvhe? .!&.n(iPjl with i honej'-combfie-r1 s kero-oene g d, gam-blin- This is to yertify, that my husband, W. F. White, about three years ago, invested in tho Southern Mutual Investment Co. Since that time there have been 20 coupons to mature, on which tha Company has paid his estate SI, 021.00. These coupons cost his estate less than S'dO.OO to mature them. I am pleased with the investment he made, an J am still carrying Gl coupons in the Company, ' Oh, thems-lves- . nal see that Mary E. White. the Lord is gracious!" Be happy now and happy forever. For those who A Smith Browman, Mgr. J. C. Hemphill, Agt., take a different course the honey will No. 11 Cheapside, Lancaster, turn to gall. For many things 1 have adLexington, Ky. Kentucky mired Percy Shelley, the great English poet, bat I deplore tjie fact that i eecmed a great sweetness to him Markt Kport. poem to dishonor The Gol. you Are Going North, "Queen Mab" has in it the maligning Taken from the Louisville Times of of the Deity. Shelley was impious Wednesday atternoon: enough to ask for Rawland Hill's snr- You Are Going South, WHEAT Xo. 2 red and longberry 95c; ' Chapel that he mighi denounce the XoSred and Jongberry 90c; rejected 2Sc ivy less; on levee lc less. Christian religion, lie was in great You Arc Going CO UN Xo. 2 white 29jc; No. 2 mixed 29c glee against God anel the truth. But ho CATTLE Extra shipping $12.Vi 4M visited Italy, and one day on the Mod You Are Going West; Light shipping 4 25 iterrancan with two friends in a boat 4 25 Best Butchers 00 which was 24 feet long he was coming Fair to good butchers 325 3S5 PUaCHASC TICKETS VIA THE toward the shore when an hour's squall Common to medium bntchers 3 05 3 So A gentleman struck the water. Thin, rough steers, poor cows nud standing on shore through a glass 1 25 scalawags 2 25 saw many boats tossed in this squall, 3 3 50 Good to extra oxen but all outrode the storm except one, Common to medium oxen 2 0U 2 50 in which Shelley and his two friends 2 75 3 15 Feeders were sailing. That never came ashore, 2 25 Stockeis 3 50 but the bodies of two of the occupants 2 50 3 50 Bulls were washed up on tha beach, one of Louisville & Nashville R. R. Veal calves 5 50 5 "5 A funeral pyre was them the poet. MILCH S'0C15C0 built on the seashore by some classic 15 0025 00 Fair to good AND SO SCCURS friends and the two bodies were conHOGS Choice packing and butchsumed. Poor Shelley! lie would have The Maximum ers, 225 to 300 lbs 3 80 3 SO Safety, no God while he lived, and I fear had Fair to good packing, ISO to 2C0 lbs.. 3 3 SO no God when he died. "The Lord Good to extra light, ICO to ISO lbs 3 SO 3 80 The Maximum 120 to 150 lbs 3 40 3 70 knoweth the way of the righteous, but Speed, Fat shoats. 3 15 Fat shoat3, 100 to 120 lbs 340 the way of the ungodly shall perish." Pigs 3 20 2 75 to 901bs Beware of the forbidden honev!" The Maximum Comfort, ta-t- out money lo get their baggage up to the hotel jr railroad station. To many there is a complete fascination in games of hazard or the risking of money on possibilities. It seems as naturul for them to bet as to eat. Indeed the hunger for food is often overpowered by the hunger for .wagers. It is absurd for those of us who have never felt the fascination of the wager to speak slightingly of the temptation. It has slain a multitude of intellectual and moral giants, men :ind women stronger than you or I. Down under its power went glorious Oliver Goldsmith and Gibbon, the famous historian, and Charles Fox, the renowneil statesman, and in olden times senators of tha United Stat, s, who used to be as regularly at the gambling house all night as they were in the halls of legislation Oh, the tragedies of the faro b3 day. table! I know persons who began with a slight stake in a ladies' parlor and ended with the suicide's pistol at Monte Carlo. They played with the square pieces of bone with black marks on them, not knowing that Satan was playing for their bones at the same time, and was sure to sweep all the s'akes off on his side of the table. S.ate legislatures have again and again sanctioned the mighty evil by passing laws in defense of race tracks, and many young men have lost all their wages at suli "meetings." Every man who voted for such infa-i- n mis bills has on his Juinds and forehead the blood (if those souls. But in this connection some young converts say tt m,-"Js it right to play cards? Is there any harm in a game of whist or euchre?" Well. I know good men who play whist and euehro and other styles of games without any waters. had a frien I who played cards with his wife and children and then at the close said: "Come now, let us have pray rs." I will not judga con.sci nees, men's other but I t;ll you that carl in are so my ntlnd associated with the temporal and spiritual ruin of splendid young men. that I would as soon say to my family: "Come, let us haye a game of cards," as I would gq into a menagerie and say: ''Come, let is have a game of rattlesnakes," or in, and sitting down by a to a marble slab, say to the grave diggers: "Come, lot us have a game at skulls."' Conscientious young ladies are silently saying: "Doyou think card playing will do us any harm?" Perhaps not, but how will you feel if in the great day of eternity, when we are aoked to give. :m account of our influence, some man should say: "J was, introduced te games of chance in the year 189$. at your house, and I went on from that sport to something more exeiting, and wont on down until I lost my business, and lost my morals, and lost my soul,' and ihese chains that yon sea on my wrists aad feet are the chain.! of a gamester's doom and I am on my way to a gambler's hell." Ifoijey at thj start, eternal ealastrophy at the last. The poet llesiod tells of an ambrosia and a nectar, the drinking of which would make men live forever, and one sip of the honey from the eternal rock will give you eternal life with Clod. Come ofl" the malarial levels of a sin ful life. Come and live on the uplands of gra"e, where the vineyards sun : 1 ceiiii-tcry- I nn vnnTiPP i ! ! THE T3 rUUtiiULU OF LEXINGTON, KY. Our plan is a new application of an old principle, and is based the actual experience of successful life insurance companies, a period of over 200 years. The same principles govern both, only-W- E pay while you LIVE. THEY pay when you DIE. WE offer the INVESTMENT features. THEY protect in case of DEATH. With them, death is the moving factor, causing the payment of the policy; with us, a definite and fixed mathemalical rule, in lieu of death, matures the policy. mi ii cr rjpfmmit Pn laiiHaiiJii UfJLSiLSJllL ih UUll a SCRIBNER'S FOR A GREAT PROGRAMME. 1898 Henry Cabot Lodge, to run hroughout the year. (For the first time all the modern art forces and re sources will i brought to bear uoon the Ilerolution. Howard l'yle and a corps of artists are miking over 103 paintings and drawings expressly for this great wtrlc.) Captain A. T. Mnhan's "The Amer ican Xavy in the devolution,' to be illustrated by Carlton T. Chapman, the' marine artist; Harry Fenn, and others. The Story of the Revolution by INSURANCE IS A LAW OF AVERAGE. They figure on so many men out of a thousand dvintr we fiVnrp on so many policies, They kill the man we kill the policy. J nere is no reason ivJiy a man should dio to ronn tli lion. fit of his investment. We return an average of $2.30 for everv dollar Daid us. and vpf ivp assume an obligation less than one-thias great as has been assumed and paid for years by the leading life insurance companies of America. rd Thomas Nelson Page's Fust Lon Novel, Rock A Chronicle of Reconstruction." Mr. Page has devoted four years to the story, and he considers it his best work. (Illustrated by U. cst Clinedinst.) Rndyard Kipling, Richard Har ding Davis, Joel Chandler Harris, George W. Cable, and others, are uneler engagement to contribute stories during lb93. replfct to various lette-rhis (20) ftnlv that came in conseeiuence ofand "Reflections o a .Married JIan" tlie .sound ami healthy, who least need it's advantages, can obtain Opiniyns of a Philosopher.' life insurance.' Why should there not be a means provided whereby The Workers" in a new field Wal ter A. college tlie other eighty (So) per cent, of the population can carry an invest- becameWyeKoiF, the will tell man who a laborer, about his ment the same as the favored few who can eet life insurance? Our mis experience with sweat-sholaborers and anarchists in Chicago. (Illustrasion is to open the door to the entire population to enjoy the same or ted from life by V. R. Leigh.) greater Denents lor an equal or less expenditure, considering the ad- The Theater, The Mine, etc, will in "The vantage to be derived, and that those advantages maybe enjoyed during be treated series (as Conduct of Great ISusiness"' were "The hc:tt by the one making the investment. Farm,"' "I he Newspaper," etc., in 0T). life with numerous illustrations. s "-he p OURperMISSION. insurable Only about twenty cent, of the neonle are Robert Letters" Grant's "Search-Lig- ht ticles on "Undergraduate Life at Harvard, Princeton and Yale," and as richly illustrated. ples, is evidenced by our large and increasing membership, as shown Political Reminiscences Senator Hoar, who has been in public life for by our remarkable 'Exhibit of Growth; See literature. years. We court the clysest scrutiny and most thoroug investigation. No C. D. Gibson will contribute two serial sets of drawings eluring "93, 'A statement made that cannot be verified by actual results. New York Day," and "The Seven Ages of Ameriejn Woman." NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Life at Girls' Colleges like the ar That our plan is popular and based upon sound business princi fort3--fiv- e full nrnantrlua fnr in The endorsement given this Company by the investment of bankers, law qool; form (24 puye). printed in two colyers, merchants, ministers, doctors, railroad men, mechanics in fact, men of ors, with numerous illustrations (cover business sagacity in every vocation of life is an evidence of the soundness of and decorations by l'arrish), xeill be sent upon application, postaye paid. our system. Ma-fie- ld Others Make Money. Why Not You?. Tlif ').? gmnll ACTUAL RESULTS, AND OPINIONS OF SOME OF OUR CER- TIFICATE HOLDERS. Rev. J. V. Riley, of Mortonsville, Ky., says: "I have had an investment in the Southern Mutual Investment Co., of Lexington, Ky., for more than three years. 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