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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r f 1 1 VIII Entered at Post Office In Lancaster KlI as Second Clas Matter NUMB R 46 PUBLISHED WEEKLr BY LOUIS LANDRAM STER KY IDAY tllISJS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Cllt Public Square and Danville Avenue flWver I tnt tothYOIUMl the FF 7LAIC C Year inddramue 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 in Tearing Aways the Roof but will not do so if you put on substantial tin shingles They will not Stoil 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 stoves We sell em cheap and guarantee satisfaction keep everything in the hardware line I5e On The Safe Side by getting our prices before elsewhere J R HASELDEN Col WG Welch Stanford W I Williams Lancaster Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY All business attended to promptly BATTLESHIP For the launching of Jthe Battleship Kentucky at Newport News Va the Chesapeake and Ohio make the following low round trip From Lexington 1200 Winchester 200- Mt Sterling 210 Paris 200 Kichinond 225 Lancaster 1300 Stanford 131T and correspondingly low rates from all other Cealral Kentucky points Reduced Hotel Rates Reduced rates have been made at the Hotels at Newport News and at Old Point Comfort which is only a few miles distance and connected by Elec tric Car service durable Ve purchasing WILLIAM LaUllChiu Railwaywill rates from 1 our LVLH O1tIIL points named Frankfort other trip ever offered as many SOUL STIIIING EVENTS as does this one People from Inland Kentucky have the rare opportunity of witnessing combined 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 sur rending his British forces the battle of the Monitor and Mcrrimac and last but in the same crass the of the lost Battle SM5 of cur Navy and it will be called Kentucky Think of it As soon as the date of Launching is settled on it will be given wide pub licity in the papers MAKE YOUR PLANS Through sleepers win run from Lex ingtonFor information write or call on any agent or GEORGE W BARNEY D P A LEXINGTON KY o Amy launching Powerful Call at my store and we will how to Get Die of to Rotors Free Bring us your Butter and Eggs Will make you happy If you trade with us BREAD DAILY Groceries Cheap for Cash Fresh Oysters from Baltimore H M BALLOU explain ANGDONS ji 1- r t h its 4wal IN AND ABOUT LANCASTERr 00 oc c 0000 0 000 000000 0000 0 0 0 0 0 oooooli 000 o o i 1 Go to the Convention Fresh oysters for sale at Northcotts Old Maids at Court House Monday G S Gaines is for all kind of Towels and Queensware at cost at S T Evans IL A Stone will pay 7c per pound for green hides Look out for the old maids band Monday afternoon Fancy homegrown hemp seed for sale at G S Gaines Store room for rent on Richmond street Apply to J C Thompson Orchard clover timothy blue grass and all kinds of seed oats at Gaines Wanted Veal Calves Will go to country and buy II li Northcott J C Thompson can furnish you with all kinds of valentines from le to Clover oats timothy blue rass and orchard grass always on hand at Gaines Leave your orders for cut flowers for the 011 Maids Convention at J C Thompsons J A Beazley Co headquarters for furniture carpets mattings wall paper and windowshades s T J Hatcher the veteran shoe maker has been ill for several days but as usual is on the mend Murdered at Marcellus The expense account of farmers by grinding plow points at C 1C Poindex tcrs nov25tf Have your old clothes cleaned and pressed up for Spring Irics reason able GEO EXTIXE Shop over Logan Robinsons store Scrap Mollie Perkins Sis Palmer and the latters daughter Vat engaged in a street fight a few days since and the old fashioned wool pulling scratching and yelling attracted a big crowd which enjojed the fun till some par ties separated the combatants The Palmer women were fined 10 and cost All colored A negro named Uuckner disposed tine repeating rifle here last week for 5 lie was suspicjoned and an resulted in his arrest at Richmond Jailer Ross brought him back and he will be tried for stealing the weapon Uncle Saul Gets Em Y oft night headquarters sees 5200 investigation Deputy Marshal W T Short has created a stampede among the blind tigers Wednesday he and took to Mt Vernon two men Alec Gill alias Buggy Horse and George Wallace on the charge of selling liquors without gov ernment license lIon R IL Tom linson went up to defend them and at press hour has not returned We understand Capt Short has sev eral morn warrants ani will make an other raid on Battle Row in a few days Old Folks Concert The Baptist church was crowded Friday evening by all ages of people to hear the old fours concert which was given in honor of those of our citizens who have past the age of G2 The affair was under the supervision of Miss Margaret Murphy who also had her Kindergarten class present to take part The latter opened the eve nings entertainment by singing Od Folks at Home This was followed by guitars and mandolin played by Mrs Gowen Misses Shumate Lusk Gaines and Mr O W Shugars Miss Olivia Sxveeney then sang in a charm ing manner Mollie Darling This sweet song was written by CoL Hays the gifted writer of Louis ville Col Hays has composed many songs but none have surpassed i we may say equalled his Mollie Darling Mr John M Farra sang Annie Lau rie and received a good round of ap plause John is about the most boy in town and is al Will- S I accommodating Lancaster arrested colored ways willing and ready to help any Miss Elizabeth Anderson recited Granny in a charm ing manner and Miss Katie Lee Den nys A Fibhin was highly ated Miss Addie Burnside was loud ly applauded when she swig Ben Bolt and her duett with Mr Farra Silver Threads Among tha Gold was well received The reading by Miss Alice Hudson was one of the tmist en joyable numbers and she wa liber ally applauded She had two Old Aunt Mary and A Song of the Aily Days The entertain ment was brought to a close with a song and pintoinine Coming thro the Rye by pretty little Miss Cora Ward and twelve lassies A neat sum was realized which will be divided be tween the Kindergarten class and the Baptist church TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All Druggists refund the motley if It fails to Cure 25 cents in I worthyundertaking ap reci I I selections Masonic lodge Monday night Three cakes soap for 5c R A T Evans handles the Nig Spencer tobacco Dried peaches at R A at 5e per pound Wanted hens at 5e per pound II B Northcott Eggs wanted Will PlY highest cash B Fox Fresh fish dressed ready for cooking at M A Archers We print typewriter letter heads on excellent bond paper For sale Corn by bushel hay by bale II B Northcott tf Buy your goods from Evans on Rich mond street opposite Mrs Hardens Beginning with Feb 10th our terms will be cash J C Thompson Hay ant corn always on hand at Easons for retail 128 4t Cheapest house on earth S T Ev ans Call and try him Richmond V Boys Watch Free For particulars drop a postal card to The Advocate Danville Ky 2t Please Read I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn Lost a pair of jeans pants between Dr ONeals office and the toll gate on Lexington pike Return to R A Stone Rev J W Hughes president of the flourishing school at Wilmore preach ed two excellent sermon in the church at Hubble Sunday Non Tailor Shop Cleaning pressing and repairing promptly and neatly done by Geo Extine Shop over Logan Robin sons store Minstrels Fields Hansons Big City Minstrels witi brass band and other accompani ments arc booked to appear at Vial tons Opera House Stanford Feb 17 Now Goods I have added to the old stock a new line of seasonable goods which I will sell low for cash Call and see me at the old stand 21 J C Robinson Civil Service Examination Cipt Thos Austin division deputy held at Richmond on March 5th It py street Stone- S Stones p ice Cyrus Methodist nation will be for applicants for the position raiding deputy and all applications for examination must be filed by Feb 20 This examination was set for Feb 5 but was postponed for reason that an insufficient number of appli cants applied to establish an eligible register A Beauty The job of papering the Masonic lodge room has been completed and it will repay anyone who admirers ar tistic work to go up and take a look at it James Crow Dillen and his ex pert assistant Henry Tevis did the work and it would reflect credit upon a New York artist The large hall is especially pretty the walls being by blue emblematic of the Blue Lodge and the ceiling with a pretty figured light colored design The Crjw is a firstclass workman and takes great pride with a job New Music Liberal Offer To introduce our new monthly American Iopular Music we make the following liberal offer Send us the names of three or more per formers on the piano or organ and fifteen cents ia money or postage and we will mail you sixteen pages of the latest popular songs two steps ete full shut musc arranged for piano or organ and American Popular Music for three months Address Popular Music Co Indianapolis Ind Free to Our Readers Our readers will be pleased to learn o publication covered that the eminent physician and tist Dr Kilmer after years of and study has discovered and given to the world a most remarkable remedy known as SwampRoot for the cure of kidney and bladder troubles the generous offer to send a bottle free that all may test its won derful merits without expense is in to give the public and a desire to obtain it SwampRoot has an established repu tation as tin most successful remedy and is receiving the hearty endorse ment of all uptodate physicians hos pitals and homes If our men and women readers are in need of a medi cine of this kind no time should be lost in sending their name and address to Dr Kilmer Co Bingharnpton N Y and receive a bottle and pamphlet both sent absolutely free by mail the regular sizes be the stores When writing please say you read this liberal offer in THE RECORD sien itselfsufficient obtainedat research confidence may drug t No turnpike news this week Typewriter letter heads at this office Wanted hens Will pay 5c per pound B Fox S T Evans will have cold storage beef next Friday Have you heard about the Od Maids Convention Several good communicatios receiv ed too late for this issue Its not callel a hen convention but an Old Maids convention S e the new line of fancy tissue pa per at Thompsons Wanted furs hides tallow See us before selling II B Northcott Remember our terms on and after Feb 10th will be spot cash v J C THOMPSON S500 rocker for 300 Call and be convinced of the truth of this R A Stone Jno Slier has been appointed post master at pause this county So says a Washington dispatch nor bolts Sash locks Pad locks an I Koor locks at J R llaseldens Hardware store Corn If parties wishing to sell corn will bring it to me at once I will buy same J W Miller Mgr Pilgrimage Dis tillery 17 1 he Louisville Evening Post sent to your address every day except Sunday for only 2 CO per year This offer good for ten See J C Thompson Comrades Attention Time G A R will meet in Masonic Hall tomorrow Saturday afternoon We want all old soldiers to come and join lie there to fall in at 2 oclock Y M C A State Convention Mays yule Ky Round trip rate from Junction City for this occasion via Queen Crescent Ronte is SG50 Tickets on sale 17th 18th and 10th good to return the 22nd Ask agents for particulars From my prsture on House place about Dec 15 one red yearling steer weight about 559 Lberal reward for return Leave any information with T B Walker E T PENCE The Interior Journal says while the barbers are asking that the Sunday law rejardinj them be enforced at Stanford a long suffeirng people are praying f r a law compelling the barbers to use sharper razors and quit tufting their customers to death your tinware from S T Burglars 5 days I Strayed Bay Egan statement Wanted February IV T West P M Wm T West received a telegram r m Washington Tuesday afternoon saying Congressman Davison hal him for postmaster at Lan caster Dispatches to the dailies com firn the and Mr Wet will lick the stamps in the Lancaster office for the next four years lIe tells TIlE RECORD he has selected his deputy but declines to disclose his or her name Ha has not decided where he will have the office nor has he been informed as to when he wiil take possession Timely Sermon Eld Gowen certainly preached on a timely subject when he denounced and gossipers Sunday night The way he peeled the bark off the old gasbags was indeed enjoyable to hear This evil of gossiping is one of the most besetting sins of the day and it is high time that the longtongued rubbernecked lockpicking old were being dragged over the coals slanderer and the hyena do not hesitate to invade the sanctity of the grave while the living are made an every day target for such ani mals Bro Gowen is to be congrat ulated on his manly attack and if the ministers would all fire more of their shot in this direction it would be well Mr Albert Severance a prominent dry goods merchant of Miss Florie II Heath the handsome daughter of Dr and Mrs M C Heath were married at the First Presbyt rian church in Richmond Wednesday The rep r gossip defamers Stanfordand recommended The room wellknown by Lancaster folks who extend congratula tions I The Royal is the highest grade baking powder luwwtu Actual tests show it goes mm tUr further thm MX is society Jill ether breed fhGPOWDER Pure SOYSL 00 NEW YOMC Absolatoly 555150 POw0EC s Prunes 7 l2c per Ib R A Stone The band has pullel together again 17 12 lb granulated sugar for 100 at Evans Dr Grant will be absent next week in Mt Vernon 200000 trcc for sale Greening Pence Stanford Ky The best two horse wagon on the market at G S Gaines Wilburs hen food makes the hens for sale at R A Stones Wanted car load of Iron Bones and Rags II B Northcott I will sell you coffee at 10c Sugar at cost for cash T Currey I am selling my stock of groceries at cost to snake room for a spring stock T S Elkin New lot furniture jest received The best made at prices that will as tonish you IL A Stone I have two silver mounted show cases for sale one 0 feet and the other 10 J C Thompson Nearly 100 reserved seats have been sold for the Old Maids Convention Indications are that the Court House will be paced and j Battle Row had on its war paint Sunday This place is a disgrace to a civilized communit but it seems to get rid of it I will either sell or rent my resi dence It is in good repair and in a good neighborhood For particulars call on either W II Kinnaird or K Weisiger Shooting Bill Clark white and Bill Arnold colored had a fight on Battle Row Sunday in which the former shot the latter slightly on the nose Both were fined by Judge Brown Sam Jones on Kentucky Interviews in St Louis PostDis patch Kentucky has her whisky and her fast horses her barrooms and her race tracks but she has them as fine a citizenship as there is in the Union The truest Prohibition ists the most temperance men and the most thorough anti horse racing people I ever met and 1 have been all over this country live in Kentucky More than onehalf the counties in Kentucky have local option Whisky whisky drinking in Ken tucky are on a lower level today than they were ever before in the history of the State It is true that deacons elders stewards and other officers of the church in Kentucky favor whisky and attend race tracks but they are not near as big dogs as they were in p lay package Cost ned impossible Sale or Rent Mary alongwith faithful makingand For myself years gone by But that state of is true everywhere wirld has quit asking men if they were members of the church but the world does ask them with a vengeance Are you good citizens Are you good fathers to your children Are you good husbands to your wives Do you pay your debts and live rightIf does the work tips its hat to the man if he does not they boot him And they do right to boot him in the church or out of it Old Maids Convention At the Court House next Monday evening an entertainment which is both new and novel will be given by a number of Lancnsters society girls for the benefit of the W C T U It is an Old Maids Convention The old gals join the society and by passing through a rejuvenating machine and conforming to other requirements are made young again The meeting is called to order by the president and each member gives her experience or tells why the faile 1 to secure a hus band in her young days These little speeches are said to be very fine Time officers anl members of the so ciety are as follows OFFICERS President Secretary Reporter Inside Guard Baby in Arms First Candidates Second Candidate Mattie Elkin Elisa Lusk Letcher Owsley Lula Anderson Etna B Mason Fanny West Pattie Beazley 1 he affairs 1st Specimen Mrs Dr Beazley 2nd Specimen Mrs I Landram NAMES OF OLD MAIDS Lou Grant Samantha Whoroperup Elisa Lusk July Polly Flip Lillie Sutton Susan Sugasham Mary Anderson Belinda Buegrass Emma Hood E lith Amy Pinkie Lizzie Brown Rosa Lula Anderson Tiida Toots Carrie Woods Jerusha Plunket May Hughes Sallie Skeeter Maggie Tomlinson Glory Any Sofy July Nisby Cinderlly Annabelly Ada Farra Jemima Bump Marrs Lucinda ScntchgraveL Florence Harris Mary Ellen Jones Altie Marksbury Jane AxhandlE Mina Crutcher Evire Skidlenfad Mrs R T Eaibry Mrs Mifflin The affair is undtr the management of Miss Amanda Anderson which will insure a success Miss My Hughes will preside at the piano General admission 25c Reserved seats 35 cts at McRoberts Drug Store 1it ell Miss Christine Bradley Ladies of the Lancaster Wowans Christian Temperance Union to Show their Appreciation of Her Determination Solomon says There is a season and a time to every purpose under time to weep a time to time to keep silence end a time to speak We the women of Lancaster W C T U feel that it is a time for us to rcj because of the request nude by Miss Christine to water from Lin coins spring instead of whisky or wine upon the occasion of christening the Battleship Kentucky It is a time for us to speak and let this young woman snow how highly we commend her for making such a request prompted by a noble heart We bring to her the plaudits the thinks and loving appre ciation of many loyalChristian women lima word christen means to give a name and apply water to as a ceremony in the name of Christ It is s mil that the habit of christening ships with wine dares from the a name given to piratical North men who infested the coasts of the British Islands and of France in the eighth ninth and tenth centuries Viking comes from the Scandinavian vlk meaning a bay Their ships could not be launched from the lawful harbor like the kings ships and they had to launch from the bay hence their A class of ma rauders they were is it not time that such a sacreligious practice which has insinuated itself far into the twilight of the niuteenth century should yield to one of morality The majestic though inanimate has had to submit through all these IrcacliiiiK at Herrings We are requested to announce that there will be preaching at Herrings school house on new Danville pike the fourth Sunday night at 7 oclock Please look on the corner of your paper and read the Yellow and see if you dont owe us something If you do please send the money to this or the collector Ernest G Brown Wall Paper I have secured the agency for a lead ing manufacturer and have samples of an elegant line of Wall Paper and will be glad to order any amount par ties may desire Call at my residence and get prices tf Mrs F L Austin heavenA rejoiceA cite Bradley u e nameVikings shipso SchoolHouse Notice offic and religious Vikings and Label centuries to baptism in a liquid the the products of which are degradation crime ruined homes blighted hopes and broken he rts We are rejoicing that KentucTcy through one o her talented daughters shall be the first in the nation to herself by abolishing this impious custom Since the gourd in Lincolns boyhood was the vessel most or conveying the pure healthgiving liquid to parche d the Lancaster W C T U is going to ask permission to furnish gourd from Miss Bradleys Lirthpl ce with which to pour the water upon the prow of tlc ship This gourd will be handsomely mounted in silver and will be tied bow of white ribbon the badge of the vV C T U This young girl lies dared to do what the first lady in the land lid not do upon a similar occasion All prise to her because she has not been afraid for the world to know that she loves and honors the cause that labors for God Home and Humanity For this act o f conscientiousness she will receive the gratitude of the nations Christian people and the bles sings of With hearts aglow with pride we claim her as Lancasters fair daughter our own Christine So may she live that every hour May fall i3 lulls the natural flower A selfreviving thing of power That every thought and every deed May hold within itself a seed Of future good aud future need Lancaster W C T U Feb 5 1S9S Faulcouers Meeting Rev Henry Faulconer has been hold ing meetings at the Presbyterian church every night this week and will continue until Sunday He is making an effort to warm up the members and get them more interested in their religious duties Christianity in Lancaster we are sorry to say is not overabundant nor is the average person botheriair his brain very much on that subject We have any number who go to church and sit up in front looking as solemn as a jackass in a graveyard but when meetin is over religion is over with them TilE Rec ord hopes the efforts of the local min isters to thaw out their members will prove success uL We have four young conscientious preachers who work nobly and they are indeed true to their charge if they never weary in their uphill pull in Lancaster immortalize us l1 lip with- a God rev Prepare for Cyclones By Insuring your Houses Insure your Hemp And Take No Risk of Loss Wewrite these Policies R KINNAIRD General Insurance Lancaster Ky c 1 I i f t y CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY IOVIS ZANDRAK Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY IN ADVANCE 100 TERMS Six MONTHS 50 THREE 25 FRIDAY February II 1898 Is the U S senate Friday Mr Lind sey commented sharply upon the mo tives of the author and promoters of the resolution recently passed bv the legislature of Kentucky demanding his resignation as senator Mr Lindsay after defining his position upon the fi nancial question said that he was the representative of the whole people of Kentucky and not in any sense the agint of the Kentucky legislature Above all he was he said a senator for the whole American people and as such would perform his duties and cast his vote in accordance with his convictions and with the dictates his conscience In regard to his views on money he slid My views on the silver question were as well known then as they are known today 1 hey were then the views of an overwhelm ing majority of the Democrats of and an overwhelming majority of the Republican party in that State I stand today precisely where I stood when I received that unanimous in dorcement by the Democrats of Ken tucky If those who were in accord with me four years ago are not so to today it is because they have changed their opinions whilst I have remained steadfast I no one for chang ing his opinions but I protest against being denounced as a betrayer of my trust because my views remain un changed LAAVVEKS over the state have peti tioned the court of appeals to require that all transcripts shall be abstracted in brief and convenient form and be printed 1 his will greatly aid the court in considering the case and as it will put more cost on litigants is shut out a great many little onehorse cases which are all over the state It would indeed be a wise move if it will succeed in freez ing out these smallfry cases as most of them amount to nothing and are generally tiled by a short lawyer in or der only to get his name on the docket COL DAN COLLIEUS chances for the Louisville surveyorship looks brighter this week than ever before Wash ington dispatches intimate that the appointment of Collier will have a ten dency to hold the Bradley wing of the Kentucky republicans in line for Mc Kinley and this point is being pushed for all its worth Theres not much love between the administration and tion he will certainly make some con cessions to Mr Bradleys wishes es pecially in this case JUDGE DESXV who has been acting as refree in the matter of dishing out pie in the seventh district has resign ed the position lIe endorsed a applicant for postmaster at Paris Deboe agreeing to recommend the man At the last minute however Deboe changed his mind and asked that an other man be appointed which was done This caused Denny to get the line under his tail and kick clear out of the traces He says he has nothing further to say about the distribution of Mr McKinleys pastry A PETITION which originated in Boyle county calls upon Hon John Young Brown to make the race for governor Mr Brown made a good officer and is a capable man but he has been out of politics for a year or two and probably is not exactly on to the uptodate trickery which it requires to get a nomination these days SAILORS and navy officers are vigorously against the plan to christen the Kentucky say the vessel will be known as unlucky among sailors if it is done and will have difficulty in securing a good crew The average sailor is so fond of old rotgut that he immagines everything else has the same appetite EMPEROR WILLIAM should be cau tious in discriminating against Amer ican fruits especially the apple The latter already holds the record for bringing about the fall of man ShottXott The following account may be in teresting A duel was recently fought in New port by Alexander Shott and Jno S Nott Nott was shot Shott was not In this case it was better to be Shott than Nott There is a rumor that Nott was not shot and Shott avows that he shot Nott which proves either that the shot Shott shot at Nott was not shot or that Nott was shot notwithstand ing Circumstantial evidence is not always good It may be made to ap pear on trial that the shot Shott shot shot Not or as accidents with firearms are frequent it may be possible that the shot Shott shot shot Shott hire self when the whole affair resolves itself into its original elements and Shott would be shot and Nott would be not We think however that the shot Shott shot shot not Shott but Nott Anyhow its hard to tell who was shot A thrill of terror is experience when a brassy cough of croup sounds through the house at night But the terror soon changes to relief after One Stormes Drug Store im ONE YIAR o believedwill 2 x I appealsdockets McKinleyhas certain I withwater administered Kentucky protesting They acv i THE REMOVAL Or the Circuit Court From Ccv to Independence Ky Feb rt 10 oclock Monday morning vin convened the circuit court for county at Independence the orig inal county seat The formal clan donment of Covington for court par psses were completed Saturday by the removal of the court records and that part of the Covington courthouse oc cupied by the circuit court will remain closed until the orders of the judge are obeyed or the court of appeals declares the councils position correct The removal from Covington the most populous portion of the county anJ for more than forty years the home of the circuit court to a village remote from any mode of transit except by vehicle 11 miles in the county and the only means of communication with the outside world one telepl on t is an event unprecedented in the history of the courts of Kentucky When it is known that ninetenths of the business of the circuit court which is in contin uous session comes from residents of Covinjjton and its immediate suburbs and that every witness and juror interested must journey to Inde pendence to attend the court tins in convenience of the removal will be SEVEN COUNCILMEN Hold as Prisoners liy JmlKc Tar viII f the Circuit Court INIIKPKXDEXLK ICY Feb b The seven rebellious Covington conncilinen are held prisoners in the courthouse biro by the county sheriff who is act ing under the orders of Judge Tarvin This is the resuJtof contempt hearings Monday morning Shortly after ten oclock the council men were arraigned before Judge Tar vin and Judge Oliara attempted to plead their case but he was sharply called to account by Judge Tarvin Judge OTIIara lost his temper and answered back but friends advised against making any trouble and under protest Mr Oliara retired ton 7Promptly Kenton Independence Wryer Order or Cuvlsc roN htdgs Tar realized 4 I JtDCE TAKV1X Judge Tarvin eyed the seven offend ing councilman sternly and asked them if they still refused to obey the order of tin court They did and they were held in contempt and placed under ar rest by the sheriff Judge Tarvin intends to give them time to repent anti if they do not they wiil undoubtedly be sent to jail to be a finish fight between Judge and the couneilinen for the latter declare they never give in unless they are given a hearing INSURANCE AGENTS Can Not Slide User Into Kentucky and Insure Property Without a License Ky Feb 4 In the house Thursday a number of bills were advanced by second reading These bills were killed by adverse report and vote McKces bill for of circuit clerks who will have to pay back the amounts received in the shape of S3felonycasa fees and the bill providing for taking depositions inshorthandThe the age of consent was amended to make the age of the female under 11 years The penalty was fixed at imprisonment for not less than one nor more than live years The bill was passed by a majority and its passage was clinched The bill adding a medical depart ment to the A and M college was advanced also Charl tons labor bureau bill The committees substitute for the McKee and Nears insurance bills to prevent the agents of other states from slipping over into Kentucky and insuring property here without paying license for either or the company was passed To Remove the Capitol FRANKFORT Ky Feb 5 The revenge against local partisans came out Friday in time house in the shape of a resolution amending the constitution so as to the scat of government from Frankfort to a city to be selected by the legislature Snot nil OHiccr PARIS Ky Feb 7 Jack Shea night watchman in the L N yards here was shot and mortally wounded by a Negro coal thief The man has not yet been arrested Kentucky Postmasters WASHINGTON Feb 8 The president Monday nominated the following for Kentucky cities I5o g ss Ashland James A Deboe Clinton Clarence Matthews Maysville Frank M Fisher Paducah S T Moore Princeton Ludlow F Petty Shelby ville Shcrod Stanfill Williamsburg Frederick Van Rensselaer Owcnsboro Prison Illll Keportrd Favorably FRANKFORT Ky Feb 7 The Krons ton prison bill which has passed the senate was reported favorably in the Kentucky house Saturday and ad vanced Drowned While Skating EARLINGTON Ky Feb 7 Miss Stel la Hanna aged about 17 years of M Hanna proprietor of the Madisonville machine works at Macli sonvillc four miles from here while skating on a pond at Hecla mines near this place The body was recovered an hour and a half after the accident The Boy Has Confessed PRINCETON Ky Feb 5 Milton Cart right aged 16 arrested on suspicion of having committed several has confessed to some of them and will be held to the grand jury We are anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no or better way to do it than by recommending One Minute Cough Cure as a of pneumonia consumption and other serious lung follow neglected colds Stormes Drug Store Jm It is will FltAX Ii FORT benefit male over IG years and the age of the state Cincinnatiand themselves republicans democratic re- mOve postmasters William- S daughter drowned burglaries pleasanter 1 Arvin C Mrs Laura E Mimsof SmitiivillcGa says A small pimple of a stra berry color appeared on my cheek it soon began to grow rapidly all efforts to check it Cancer Of the Face lI notwithstanding eye became terribly inflamed and was so swollen that for quite a while I see The doctors said I had Cancer of the most malignant type and after their efforts without me couldnot exhausting doing IV any good they gave up the case as Whets formed that my father had died from the same disease they said I must die as hereditary Cancer was incurable At this crisis I was advised to try SSS and in a short while the Cancer began to discharge and continued to do so for three mouths then it began to heal I continued the medicine a while longer until the Cancer disappeared en This was several years sari there has been no return the disease A Real Blood Remedy Cancer is a blood and blood remedy will cure it S S S guaranteed purely vegetable is a blood never fails to cure Cancer Scrofula Eczema Rheumatism or other disease of the blood Send for hooks on Caucer and Blood Diseases mailed free to gs fany address 63 v Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga MARKSBURY Miss Ruth Aldridge is quite sick at this writing Dr 15 P Walter dentist office over lallous store Dr I V Walter dentist office over Kallous Lancaster 2t Last Saturday the celebrated road case was decided by Judge The Sugar Creek road was made very dangerous by the fall rains so the cit izens living near the road applied for a change The damage was granted as follows Wm Uroaddus 8J9 George Durham 00 and Mrs Margaret Sutton 5125 Miss Lena Palmer an accomplished young lady of Kirksville is with Misspi Ada and Carrie Arnold this week Mr and Mrs Frank Carney and Master Wille of iiliuns burg are waiting friends and relatives in this community Misses Jennie Perkins Minnie Johnson of Marcel lus Nellie and Virgie Arnold of Ily nttsville spent part of last week with Misses Aa Carrie and Lida Arnold St Valentines day is almost here History trials us that St Valentine was a bishop martyred A D 270 Ia Home it was customary for youths to draw names in honor of the God dess Februata on the 14th of and when Pagamisin was abolished the honor was confered upon St Val entine Charles Lamb says Hail to thy returning festival oh Bishop Val entine Great is thy name in the ruble thou venerable archflamere of Hymen Thou Immortal go between who and what manner of person art thou Thou comest attended with thousands and ten thousands of little loves and and the air is Brushed with the hiss of rustling wings After years of untold suffering from piles B W Pursell of Knitnersville Pa was cured by using a single box of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Skin diseases such as eczema rash pimples and ahitinate sores are readily cured by this famous remedy Stormes Drug Store 1m STONE Minard Lane sold a cow to Patton of Bryantsville for 2300 George Grow sold his entire tobacco crop to Simmons of Madison at Gc per pound Coy Sanders received a wound on his furs Sunday morning by a horse pawing him Chas Ingerham a good colored friend of this place received pension a few days ago he will get 000 per month if not increased Messrs C S Sanders and U G Preston atteuded preaching at Me Creary Sunday Mr Mitchell Lane of Back Creek visited their father and mother Saturday and Poarl Sanders of this place ssent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Peachie Grow N T Grow spent Sunday with F L Sanders Messrs Wm Easley and Georje Tea ter of Pink spent Sunday with F L Sanders Several people of this place attended court at Richmond Monday Mr Taylor Sanders of near Lancaster was in our vicinity last week and spent Friday night with T L Sanders L M Crutchfield and family spent with Freeman Lane and family Dont annoy others by your and risk your life by neglecting a cold One minute Cough cure cures coughs colds croup grippe and all throat and lung troubles Stormes Drug Store 1m MT HEBRON We are having some nice weather nowMr J M Vanderpool delivered load of hemp at JJicholasville Monday at 350 per hundred Miss A E Scott spent Sunday night with Miss Lula Rogers near Lancaster Mr E C Wilson aster a two months visit with friends in this vicinity to his home in Indiana this week Mrs Dennie Scott and daughter and Miss Bessie Doty visiting re week Miss Nellie Bourne has returned home after a visit with friends at McCreary Mrs W D Scott and Miss were the guest of Mrs Peggie Ifaylop Monday hope ess to d sease onlya real s t Pagan February Cupids andwife Sunday Sunday coughing returned o permanently our store Barns d sort as haunt a 4 T are alive Hoar it liw Line of VtT11t1ii PaDm and Also Variety of MISCELANHOUS DRUG STORE Orders talccu for all Foreign or pomcstic or Newspapers 1iBoxe Tablets a BifOK- SUtllJiTS Dlatiizines i FARM MID STOCK HOTES R L Eikin sold Simeon Arnold a aneh of 013 Ib shouts at 3e Thompson Arnold bought of Swine r jad 25 choice feeders at 4 12 B F Robinson shippal Cinti this weak two nicj looatlsof hojs J G Robinson bought of 1J F not iuson two 12JO Ib feeding cattle for 100 C A Arnold bought of Geo Woods of Hubble shoats averaging 75 ibs at 2 JMc V A L ar bought at Richmond court Monday J9 choice yearling average price B F Robinson bought of Alec Wal cir 73 light hogs at e and of Alec and Luther Gibbs 75 at same pric Morgan and Robinson bought of Tram Conn a yoke of cattle 2330 Ibs at 4 l4c Also some hogs at 3c S Morgan sod to B F Robinson some light hogs at 2 55t to 3e Mr sold James Smith 4 57 1 2 lb boats at 3j Altamont was brad to 25 mares and 23 of them are said to be in foal lie will stand for service at Alaiueja Cal this season TIlE Government estimate of corn for 1S07 was 80005101 acres 1002007 103 bushels of whist oO4G5OGt acres iis 14J 1GS bushels value of both i2J073- Qhe bones of George Wilkes the fa moos trotting sir have been present ed to the Kentucky State College by GJ W L Simmons The sorghum industry in Kan sas has proven a failure after the goy ernment had spent 250000 in experi ments and the machine that 000 was sold at suction for 9000 Mares in foal need just enough feed o keep them from losing flash Give plenty of hay with oats and bran and feel separately to each according to her individual need Kentucky 50032232 North Carolina 5400334 Virginia 013S56 see 52464815 Ohio 1005000 Pennsyl 1200542 Connecticut 1325 JjSThe removal of superfluous fences improves the appearance of the fartr reduces expenses increases the quan tity oaltivatablc laud and removes one of the principal shelters and grounds for insects and vermin Time value of all the live stock in the on Jan 1 to be 51856059000 On Jan 1 1SOS it was estimated at 2037012000 show ing an increase in value in one year of 150053003 J Crouch San owners of the La fayete Sock Farm Indiana have a horse ranch in South Dakota where they have about 1000 mares which they will breed this spring to their sixteen imported German coach stall ionsConcerning dehorned cattle Swift Co of Chicago says We do not hornless cattle worth more than those of the same quality and fattened with horns except in rare cases where shippers would pay 3 to lOc mere per hundred pounds for hornless c Root crops are best preserved by kept in the dark at a little above the freezing point and they must have moisture These conditions are not many nor very difficult to obtain but are all important A house u liar not the place for root crops Capt T W Bottom reports to TIm RKConu the sale of William Huddles ton near Allum Springs Boyle county as follows Yearling heifers 15 calves 10 milk cows 25 to 30 horses 15 to 30 corn 180 in 5 barrel lots 1530 bundles oats 115 in lots of 500 hay 40c per hundred hogs per Time final estimates for tobaqco pro duction in the United States in the year ISOj made by the Agricultural Department place the total yield at 403004320 pounds valued at 24258 079 The area amounted to 594740 acres Seven States produced a at more than a million dollars viz JESSAJIIXE ITEMS J W Hayden sold to Gus Macey Versailles a fine gelding by Koscinsko for 175 II B Campbell bought from Robert McCon nell county last week IOC ewes at 275 per head Jas W Simp son sold Monday to Richmond parties a fouryearold saddle geltling by Chester Dare d un by Mark Diamond for 150 Journal The Harrodsburg Democrat says that General Jno B Castlcman will his prizewinning saddle stallion and his great mares to the farm of his son Mr David Castleman where the stallion will do service General Cas tleraans idea of stockraising is to se cure only the very bist foundation stock that can and to no deterioration of it Nothing but the 1 t 1 cattle at n Robinson lasts a ot crops- S sugar cost fen n e breeding c untry lSn was mtmatcd consider tIe being I is hundred cropvalued Woodford rococo a adooasoaoaooaoao oooaao scoao4d44 nwPP4os ooafi0o ooao0 1 Ot c w tuning C cultivated lend allow C Planters NUBIAN TEA sia Constipation and Indi cures Dy pcp gestion Regulates the Liver Price 2tt cts test horses shorthorns 1olanl China hogs sheep and chickens are used on the farm General Castleman recently paying1 for a brad of prz fowls The example of the Cas tlemans in their venture here should s iggest to others the profit raisirg only the best of all kinds o animals as it will day Vf 1 to U P Robinson a lot of ho s at 3e per pound The Stanford Journal says P P Xunnelley bought in Rockcastle 140 hogs at about 3e 35 cattle at 2 to 3c and SO sheep at 5ii R II Uronaugh has received from Robert McAlister of Jessamine a filly by Julian and a colt by Imp Lightning which he will train Dr J IJ Ows ley sold IS of his mules which he left at Atlanta at SG Lixcorx XOTK 15 W Givens sold to George T Wood 20 shoats at 2G5 T Ttl Boone sold O P Huffman some butcher stuff at Ce Jolla Murphy bought in the East End a lot of heifers at B to 3 Me A W Carpenter sold to Jesse F Cook hornless shorthorn bull for John Wilson bought in the Allen sold to William Heck 35 yearling at Sio and to W II Hill 30 of same at same price P P Xunneley sold in Cin cnnati HO hogs at S 12 to 305 He also sold IS cattle at3 14 to 4c and 72 sheep at 3 12 to 5 l2c W T BecK sold to C Vanoy a bunch of shoats at3 Interior Journal Jake Uoard Sr tells the Harrods burg Democrat that he never knew fat stock of all kinds to be as scarce as now in fact he says there is very little stock kind lie says that four farmers let the Indiana and Ohio and feeders slip into our county and buy all the good feeding cuttle at B4c and hail they kept them could It is not wise to shut lambs no sheep in a close stable They are safer in a dry clean yard with a half open shed to which they can run Even when they ire shut in on stormy nights the upper end of tli3 shed should be left open When fattening feed them regularly four times a day lest they become fretful and consume their own Hash and fat There are not enough sheep to go around and there oon b ja demand which can not be be filled In several counties of Kentucky provement meetings are being held Why should not the farmers have an organization They could then pull together watch their interests better and command better prices for their crops There are thousands of rea sops why an organization led ly levelheaded honest men would be a great h lp to the industry Not Always Understood A fact often overlooked or not understood is that women suffer as much from distressing kidney and bladder as the men The womb is situated back of and very close ifested in the kidneys back bladder or urinary passage is often by mistake attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of some sort The error is made and may be as easily avoided by setting urine aside for twentyfour a sediment or have pain or dull in the back pass water too frequently or supply with smarting or bursting these are convincing proofs of kidney trouble you have doctored without benefit try Dr Kilmers 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Patton of Nashville Tenn was here oa business this week Miss Mary Burnside has returned from a visit to Paint Lick relatives Miss Anna King will be the guest of Mrs Vm Berkele the last of the week Miss Mary Dannof Danville is the charming guest of Miss Eugenia Bush Capt T A Elkin has returned from Atlanta and reports the mule market dullRev Henry Fiulconer closed a meeting at Barbourville last weekMiss Mollie Douglass is visiting friends at Lowell and Paint Lick this Week Miss Everee Wallace of Point Leav ell has been the guest of Mrs Joseph RobinsonQuite crowd of boys and girls will attend the minstrel show at Stanford tonightMisses Mary and Laura Robertson of Elizibethtown are guests of Mrs E S Owsey Herbert Kinnaird the popular Mid dlesb rough express man is here to few days Miss Marie Warren a pretty Stan ford lady is visiting her aunt Miss Jennie Duncan Tommy Baughman of Bove county has been the guest of Lancaster this week Miss Mary Lear of Paint Lick has been spending a few days with Miss Amanda Anderson Miss Eliza Jlucker of Paint Lick wrs the guest of Miss Nona and Mollie Douglass last week Attorney J Hunt McMurty is tl e happy father of another boy the young man arriving lest Friday Miss Lula has improved very much during the past few weeks and is gaining Mr V B Jarvis and son Joe are visiting friends at Portsmouth Ohio and the 12th Miss Jane Lusk after a short visit to her aunt Mrs Lizzie Denney has returned to her home near Paint Lick Mr Wm Fox and bride of Eton Ohio are here on their bridal tour the guests of Mr and Mrs Jacob Jc seph Sam Joseph the drummer was here this week This is Sams old home and everybody is glad to see him Misses Georgia McMillen and Minna Crutcher of Richmond are expected this week to make a visit to Miss Amanda Anderson G M Patterson and pretty little daughter Grace lichen have retur ned from Berea The former continues II rl 00 0 oooo coo cocooo c oc coooo rardwas guest spenda relatives TI son groundrapidly willreturn home about Cincinnatishoe 00oooooa o000oooooaooooo000 thi successful to improve in health Miss Sophronia Smith who has been quite ill at her home on Danville ave nut is very much improved and is considered to be out of danger now Capt W J Kinnairds injured limb has improved sufficiently to permit him to walk to town on crutches The Cap tain has had a hard time with that ankleCapt White suffered from more chills Saturday and has since been un able to get out It seems that the miserable weather is making it ex tremely hard on him Mr Clifton Thompson of Mt Sterling was visiting his uncle G S Gaines this week Mr Thompson travels for a leading Louisville dry goods firm and Lancaster regularly every sixty days There are three little things which do more work than any other three little things creatad they are the ant the bee and DeWitts Little Early Risers the last being the famous little pills for stomach and liver troubles Stormess Drug Store lm 1 he Indiana Farmer tells of a home made stalk breaker which is con structed as follows Talus a square beam of hard wood GxS feet long at the middle let in two 2x4 pieces one inch deep like the hounds on a wagon fasten down with lead screws put in the wagon tongue bolt on a across the front end of the hounds over the tongue to prevent breaker from dipping bolt a 2x4 13 feet long hart wool piece on unler side of beam which can be replaced when worn J his will break three rows of stalks at a time does the best of work and does not scoot around like the pole and chains it makes a fine imple ment to run over the young clover while frozen it breaks down weeds and stubble and insures a crop of hay free of trash willmake hide i c What is there in life ith a headache constipation and bilious ness Thousands experience them who could become perfectly healthy by using De Witts Little Early Risers the famous little pills Stormes Drug Store lm Released by JTrtcnas BENTON Ky Feb 9 John Dill and Muuroe llcndrickson Jake lIam and Lee Brindley who reside a few miles from town came into town and pro ceeded to paint everything a bright red In a few moments Marshal Fiscr them and landed them in the lockup much to their surprise Four hours later some of their friends came into town and demolished the door of the city prison and liberated them Only one of them has been recaptured Found i rotor Gold LOUISVILLE Ky Feb Cun ningham a young and impecunious farmer residing near Shullletown in Henderson county Ky found an iron pot containing 30000 in gold and The pot also held jOO in confed erate greenbacks a wool hat and a The pot was uncovered by the recent flood in the Ohio Circuit Court at Cadiz CADIZ Ky Feb 9 The regular term of the circuit court convened here the newly elected circuit Judge Hon Thos P Cook and commonwealths attorney Howell being present Court for the first time in the history of this county was opened with prayer by Judge Cook Abolish hays of Grace FjlASKFOKT Ky Feb 9 Among the new bills introduced in the housa Tuesday are the following By Tracy of Covington Abolishing days of grace for notes and bills of ex change By Abele For benefit of union labor Goebels Bill In the House FKAXKFOKT Ky Feb house committee on judiciary voted to report favorably the fellow servant bill which has passed the senate peasure corral cd 9Noah YoU To 9The I silver revolver Kentucky A SENSATION Miss Kate Emmal of Mitldlesboro Ky Mysteriously Disappears MmmKsioio Ky Feb 5 Kate Emmal youngest daughter of W 15 Emma of this place and of V S Emmal the million aire banker of Lexington is missing Miss Emmal is a sub stitute in the public schools Thursday morning she told her she was going to take charge of Jda Householders room who was sick Since then she has not been from It is reported that she was mar vied at unction City to Al Good prominent drummer of Lexington but this can not be verified The Em mals are very prominent people They are very wealthy connected with the heel lock and MuGrnthc families The dis appearance of Miss Kate lias a sensation REDUCTION OF SALARIES The lUll Will ICe Reported Favorably the House FKANKFOIJT Ky Feb 5 The reduction bill introduced by lIon L E Weatherford the young from Graves county will be favorably reported to the house Sonic of the most important changes proposed are followsGovernor from 50500 to 80000 Ad jutant general from S3000 to 1800 commissioner of agricultural from L flOO toS2000 auditors clerks from 51050 to 512000 insurance commis sioner from 55000 to 52500 insurance clerks from S2fOO to 52000 secretary of state from 53000 to 52500 state treasurer from 55000 to 55000 The total saving is S2o700 a year Inspect Asylums FRAXKFOUT Ky Feb 4 The mittee on charitable institutions left Thursday morning for the Lakeland insane asylum where they go on an inspection trip John T Hinton is chairman of the house committee and George II Alexander of the senate committee The members will return Thursday night Later they will visit Ilopkinsville and will then be ready to make a report of what asylum legisla tion is needed LomsviLfi Ky lab 8 It was the tobacco breaks Monday that Lggett Myers of St Louis have purchased 10000000 pounds of this season and are still in the limit for more They have also been large purchasers at the regular Louis villa sales The result of this purchase doubtless be an advance of from onehalf to two cents a pound Iuiiic at i Funeral LKXIXGTOX Ky Feb 8 About five hundred negroes attended the funeral of Sanford 1 Howard the colored tist preacher Services were to hate been held in the Auditorium but just before the corpse arrived the high I mysteriously Nis To Kentucky Tbao statedon burley tobacco in the country in Ken will Hap Min granddaughter an Kentuek an I lrecki n ridge create quite t salar corn Buying tucks steps leading into the building fell with a crash burying a number of people in the debris About fifty per sons were injured but none of them fatally Investigation of Officers FIJAXKFORT Ky Feb 7 In the sen ate will be introduced the resolution to investigate the officers of the senate to se whether there is any truth in the report that they have been lobby ing against certain measures Intro duced by members Murderer Reported Dead PIXEVIIIK Ky Feb 5 Lew Wal lace who killed llarve and William rople in a fight over a game of cards and was himself badly wounded is re ported to have died of his wounds in Leslie county Carlisle County 1ojmlistg convention at the courthouse and re organized its county committee nod unanimously adopted a resolution to stand by their lust national platform und to continue business at the same old stand John T Taylor of Hard well was elected chairman 83OOOO Damage WIXCIIESTEIJ Ky Feb ad ministratr x of Owen Burch has filed suit against the L N Railroad Co for 30000 damages Burch was killed in a wreck several weeks ago The Senate Passes the Racing flu FKAXKFORT Ky Feb Bron bill to suppress poolrooms and to racing on Kentucky tracks to two meetings a year of not exceeding 15 days each was passel by the senate a and a motion to reconsider was tabled Senator Bronston made the only for or against the bill and it passed without amendment Poolroom 15111 lassos the Senate FRAXRFORT Ky Feb 7 The Bron ston poolroom bill passed the senate Saturday and will be sent to the house ut once populists 7The 7Theton Saturdaywithout dissentingvote Wants S limit FLATWOOD Mr Geo Miller sold a sow and five shoats for 1153 John Gipson sold a coif to Mr Thom as Collet for 1900 Mr Ebb Cook sold 4 shoats to Mr Swe2ney Morgan for 1505 W II Purr sold 33 shoats to Swee ney Morgan for tc per pound John Jackson who has been very sick with pneumonia is convalesing James Bell had a black mart taken Sunday night and has not heard of her since Mr John White has moved from Mr E H Walkers tenant house to coln county Mr John Merrymarfand family are visiting at Mr L Liwsons and will move to their old home near a few days Mr Jim Worrell sod 7 shoats to Mr Sweeney Morgan 3 Thomas Worre also sold a bunch of hogs to McCarley Lawson for 3 per pound Burglars entered the residence of Roy Steward one night some time back taking about 30 in money and a shoulder of meat They entered on a ladder by an up stairs window lear ing all the doors open when they left1 he family were asleep and did not awaken until sun up They think they were t l Lit V in chloriormed fog S Whooping cough is the most malady but its duration cm ba cut short by the use of Oue Minute Cough Cure which is also the best known remedy for croup and all lung and bronchial troubles Storinss Drug Store lm At the Union Stock Yards Chicago 111018 horses were handled lust year or 0003 more than the year previous Children and adults tortured by burns scalds injuries eczema or skin diseases may secure instant relief by using DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve It is the great Pile remedy Stormes Drug Store lm Quits Said a young and tactless husband To lilt iuexperlncprt wife If you would give up leading Such a fashionable life And devote more time to cooking How to mix and when to bake Then perhaps you might make pastry Such as mother used to make And the wife resenting answered For the worm will turn you know If you would give up horses And a score of clubs or so To devote more time to business When to and what to stake Then you might make money Such as father used to make G in Blooklyn Life YOU NEED A DAILY NEWSPAPER IT ONLY COSTS I distressing perhaps S T 0 t ov i v J Z i r WEEK a To rend every day In the year The Evening Post has the Ut The Louisville Evening Post rr Best i Market Reports State News Frankfort News Washington News Short Stories Womens Page Childrens Page I RATES By Mail Only 2 Months 200 6 Months 150 3 Months 1001 Month 50 Sample Furnished On Application CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER VERY BRIDEa- nd wife should know about the pre paration that for half a century ha been helpingexpectant mothers bring little ones into the world without danger and the hundred and one is applied externally which is the only way to get relief Medicines taken internally j will not help and may result in harm distractionsincident l l 4 y period of pregnancy 1 per bottle at all drug stores or sent by mail on receipt of price ficial if used during the whole r BOOKS FREE containing valuable to all women will be sent to any address upon application by The Bradfield Regulator Co Atlanta Ga Mrs C II En leman has been quite sick for several days Most of our neighbors took advan tae of the cold snap and fillet their ice houses W 15 Adams of this place was mar ried to Miss Cordie Hustle of Rock castle on the 3d El Adams of Eldorado Ark is a car load or saddle and harness horses to take back with him He is paying from SCO to 75 for them There is talk of a Sundayschool organized here soon That is a move in the right direction for there are a good many children in tics vicin ity that ought to be going every Sun day Sam Pullins who has been declining for some time the 4th Uncle Sam as he was called Christian life and was perfectly wil ling to go The poor old fellow felt that he was in the was here and pray ed for the tuna to come I will sell my farm of 73 acres sit uated in Garrard county miles northwest of Lick station on the L fc N Railroad It has on it a new house with six rooms a new barn necessary buildings and also a good tenant house There a well of water at the door the best in the that we never to use any ice in spring o pure running water that never has been known to go My reason for selling My physician advises me to change on the account of my health Address C 15 EXGIKMAX Paint Lick Ky MANSE Dr 15 F Walter deutist office over Ballous store Lancaster 2t The sick of this community are im Mr Joe McCormack is in Cincinnati this week Jim Woods who is in business in Cin at home last week Miss Jannie Higgins will open her school at this place next Monday Miss Jennie Kavanaugh is visiting relatives in county week Miss Willie is visiting friends in Richmond Miss Minnie Woods a charming young of Hustonville 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one passenger ml that a baby boy Hut the May llower that brought the Pilgrim Fathers to America carried not so iiriiritnis a Iliad The boat was made the lI01OetlIer Exodus what aw JI1itiIHt Sawed vit would leaves of papyrus tight ened together by bitumen Hon were sometimes made of that material us we learn from Pliny anti Herodotus and Theophrastus Kill all tin He brew children horn had been Ilia raohs order To save her boy lochu bed time mother of little Moses had hilt him in that queer boat and launched him His sister Miriam on the bank watching that craft She was far enough pIT not to draw attention to time boat hut near enough to offer protection There she stands on the bank Miriam the poetess Miriam the quickwitted Mi riam time faithful though very human fur in after time she demonstrated it Miriam was a splendid sister but had her faults like all the test of u How carefully she watched the boat containing her brother A strong wind might upset it The iHiffaloen often found there might in a sudden plunge if thirst sink it Some ravenous water owl might swoop aWl pick his eyes out with iron beak Sonic crocodile or hippopotamus crawling through the bushes mightcrunch time babe Miriam vaUhed and watched until Princess Thermutis a maiden on each hide of her holding palm leaves over her heat to shelter her from the sun came dmvjj and entered her bathing house When from time lattice she saw that boat she ordered brought anti when the leaves were pulled back from the fact of time child and the boy looked up he cried aloud for he was hungry and frightened and would not even let the princess take him The infant would rather stay hungry than acknowledge of tim court as mother Now Miriam the sister incognito no one suspecting her relation to the child leaps from the bank and rushes down and offers to get a nurse to pacify the child Consent is given and she the babys mother incognito none of the court knowing that she was the mother anJ when Joehebed arrived the child stopped crying for its fright was calmed and its hunger appeased You may admire Joehebed the mother and all the ages may admire Moses but 1 clap my hands in applause at the behavior of liriam the faithful brilliant and strategic sister broad N stood i 1 anyone 11 the precious Go homo some one might have said to Miriam why risk yourself out there alone on the banks of the Nile breathing the miasma and in danger of being attacked of wild beast or Go home No Miriam the sis ter more lovingly watched aud brave ly defended Moses the brother Is he worthy her care and courage Oh yes the 60 centuries of the worlds history have never had so much involved in the arrival of at any port as in the landing of that papyrus boat calked with bitumen Its one passenger to be a nonesuch in yer statesman politician legislator organizer conqueror deliverer lie bad such remarkable beauty in child hood that Josephus says when he was carried along time road people stopped to at him aud workmen would leave their work to admire him When the king playfully put his crown upon this boy he threw it off indignantly and put his foot on it The king fearing that this might be a sign that the child wight yet take down his crown applied another test According to the Jewish legend the king ordered two bowls to be put before the child one contain ing rubies and time other burning coals and if he took the coals he was to live and if took the rubies he was to lie For some reason the child took one of the coals and put it in his mouth so that his life was spared al though itburneil the tongue till he was indistinct of utterance ever after conic to manhood he spread open the patois of his hands in prayer and the lied sea parted to escape And he put the palms of his hands together in praycr and the Red sea closed on a strangulated host Ills life soutterly grand his burial must be on the same scale God would let neither man nor saint nor arch angel have anything to do with for him a shroud or digging for him a grave The omnipotent God left his throne in heaven one day and if the question was asked Whither is iw fin n th Universe Goinff the ruffian anyship was historylaw gaz Ill Having let people weaving p 25OOULE ansxver xvas 1 am going down to bury Moses And the Lord took this mightiest of men to the top of a hill and the day was clear and Moses ran his eye over the range of country Here the valley of Esdraelon where the final battle of all nations is to be fought and yonder the mountains Ilermon and Lebanon and Gerizim and the bills of Judea and the village of Beth lehem the city of Jericho younder the vast stretch of landscape that almost took the old breath away as he looked at it And then with a I learn from the statement that the eye of Moses was undimmed and his natural force unabated God touched the great law givers eyes and they closed and his lungs and they ceased and his heart and it stopped and commanded saying To the skies thou immor tal spirit And then one Divine hand was put against the back of Moses and the other hand against the pulseless breast and God laid him softly down on Mt Nebo and then the lawgiver lifted in the Almightys arms was carried to the opening of a cave and placed in a crypt and one stroke of the Divine hand smoothed the features into an everlasting calm and a rock was roll ed to the door and the only obsequies tat which God did all the offices ol priest and undertaker and grave dig ger and mourner were ended Oh was not Miriam the sister of Moses doing a good thing an impor tant thing a glorious thing when she watched the boat woreoof river plants and made watertight with aspbaltum carry its one passenger Did she not time and ol com magnificent e and pangas f aU the aiesof it lawgivers a ing eternity under obligation when she defended her helpless brother from time perils aquatic reptilian and ravenous She it was that brought that wonderful babe and his mother together that he was roared to be the deliverer of his nation xyhen otherwise if saved at all from time rushes of time Nile lie would have been only one more of the Godde Princess Thermutis of the bathinghouse would have ited the eroxvn of ICjyptaud as she had no child of her own this adopted child would have conic to coro nation Had there luiii no Miriam there would have been no Mo ses What a garland of faithful sister hood For how mummy a lawgiver and how many a hero and how 1111113 i deliverer and how many a saint nnj thc world and time church indebted to a watchful loving faithful godly sis Ur Coiim up out of the farmhouse come mi out of tlP inconspicuous A k r o yin 1 llma raiim for I ler homes come up from Hudson and Icnobscnt anti the Suvuus nah and the Mobile and the Missis ttippi and nil the other Niles of Aincrr ica and let time Miriams who watched timid protected the leader1 i i lawuud nu dcneaud art and agriculture anti Miiclianics anti religion If 1 ask all and attorneys and merchants and ministers of religion and swiCtHSful omen of all professions and trades who ure indebted to an elder sister for good influences 5nd perhaps for an or a prosparous start to let it be known hundreds fWjtify Gol knows how 111113 of our Greek lcjvittjis and how nitifh of our schooling was paid for 1 3 money that would otli crxvisK have gone for Uio riplenishing t u Jjjslers wardrobe While the brother saied off for a resounding spree time sister wntehed him from the banks of selfdenial- Mirijifo yas the eldest Qf the family Moses and Aar i hir brothers wen youiigiT Oh time power of time elder sist r to help decide tins brothers character for useftilm s and for Heaven SIn ran Ijetp off from her brother more evils than Miriam could have driven back water fowl or crockodihs from the ark of bulrushes Tim older sister decides th direction in which the Cradle boat shall sail By gentleness by good sense by Christian nnnciple she lan turn toward the palarp not of wicked Iharaoh but of holy God and a brighter princess than Thermutis should lift him out of peril even Religion whose wsiyjj are ways of pleasantness and all her paths are peace The older sister how much the world owes her Horn while yet the family was in limited circumstances she had to hold and take of her younger brothers And if there is anything that excites my sympathy it is a little girl lugging around a great fat child and getting her ears boxed because she can not keep hjm quiet fly time time she gets to young womanhood she is pale and worn out and her attract iveness has been sacrificed on the altar of sisterly fidelity and she is consigned to celibacy and society calls her b3 an unfair name but in Heaven they call her Miriam In most Oil l1 I f hal IIJepul physicians education it car jmssce you vomm hi families the two most undesir aide places In the record of births are the first and last tha first because she is worn out with the cares of a home that can not afford to hre help and the last because she is spoiled as a pet Among the grand est equipages that sweep through the streets of Heaven will be those by sisters who sacrificed them selves for brothers They will have the finest of time Apocalyptic white horses and many who on earth looked down upon them will have to turn out to let them pass the charioteer crying Clear the way A Queen is coming Let sisters not begrudge the time grid care bestowed on a brother It is hard to believe that any boy that you know so xvelj as your brother can ever turn out anything very useful Wei he may not be a Moses Timer is only one of that kind needed for 5000 years But I tell you what your brother will a blessing or a curse to sp ciety and a for happiness or wretchedness He will like Moses have the choice between rubies ing coals and your influence win have much to do with his decision lie may not like Moses be the deliverer of a nation but he may after your father and mother are gone be the deliverer of a household What thousands of homes today are piloted by brothers There are properties now well vested and yielding income for the support of sisters and 3Qungcr brothers be cause the older brother rose to the leadership from the day the father lay down to die Whatever you do for your brothers will come back to you again If you set him an illnatured censorious unaccommodating it will recoil upon you from his own irritated and despoiled nature If you l3r patience with his infirmities and by nobility of character dwell with him in the few years of your companionship you will have your counsels reflected back upon you some day by his splendor of behavior in some crisis where he would have failed but for you occupied beeither anti liv example Dont snub hum Dont depreciate his ability Dont talk discouragingly about his future Dont let Miriam get down off time bank of the Nile and wade out and upset the ark of bulrushes Dont tease him Brothers and sisters do not consider it any harm to tease That spirit abroad in the family is one of the meanest and mostdcvilsh There is a teasing that is pleasurable and is only another form of innocent railery but that which provokes and irritates and makes the eye flash with anger is to be reprehended It would be less blameworthy to take a bunch of thorns and draw them across your sisters cheek take a knife and draw its sharp edge across your brothers hand till the blood spurts for that would damage only the body but time thorn and the knife scratching and lacerating the disposition of time soul It is the curse of innumerable house holds that the brothers tease the sis ters and the sisters the brothers Sometimes it is the color of the hair or the shape of the features of an of the heart Sometimes it is by revealing a secret or by a suggestive look or a guffaw or an Ahem Tease Teasel Teasel For mercys sake quit it Christ says lie that hateth his brother is a murderer Now by teasing make your brother or sister hate you turn him or her into a murderer or murderess Dont let jealousy ever touch a sis ters soul as it so often does because her brother gets more honor or more means Even Miriam the heroine of the text was struck by that evil of jealousy She had possessed unlimited influence over Moses and orto teasings affair when you passion novv he marries and not opiy so hut marries a black woman from Ethiopia anti Miriam is so disgusted and outraged at Moses first he had married at all and next because he had practjce l rnisce genation that she is drawn into a frenzy nd then Vcgins to turn xvhitc and gets white corpse and then whIter than a corpse Her complexion is 1 ke chalk the fact is she has the Ej3ptism leprosy And now the lirother whom she has defended jou the Nile comes to her rescue in a prayer that brings her restoration Let there be no room in your hiHJs for jealousy either to sit or stand It is a leprous abomination Your brothers success oh sister is your success ills victories will be your victories For while Moss th i broth er led the vocal music after the of the lliul sun Miriam the sister with two sheets of shining brass up lifte anti glittering in the sun loil time instrumental music clapping time cymbals till the last frightened uaigh of pursuing cavalry lmiv was szuolh ered In the wave Unit thy tat Egyptian helmet went under J I asa I because crossing how strong it makes a family when all the sisters and brothers stand to gether and what au avfil wreck when they disintegrate quarreling about a fathers will and making the ofljee horribe xvith their wrang irs 5iitUr whuii you were little chiU dreu in tile nursery that with your phiyhousu mullets you hud uceldentaU ly killed each other lighting ucrosq your criiile than that having come to the of maturity and having veins and arteries the blood of tle Willie fitistitd mother you fight i isch other acrosb tho nauirnul gniv the CCIIK lery- If you only knew it your interests identical 01 all time families of iarlh that evor stoo i together pr haps the mot cons icuou is IlO famljy of the UothsuhiUls A Mayer Anselm Roth ulil xyas about to dij in JSlJ gathered his elihltvi liijn Solomon Charles Jninus and mala th iu promise that they would always U 11 it ed on change Obeying that in junction thf3 have been time mightiest commercial p jwev on earth aud at thj raising or lowering of thuir nations have risen or fal len That illustrates much oil a large scale anl for selfish purposes a united family may achieve Knt suppose tiit in stead of a magnitude of dollars as the object it is doing gojd and making salutary impression and raising this sunken world how much more enuobr ling Sister 3011 do your part and brother will do his part If Miriam will lovingly watch the boat on the Nile Moses vil help hurwhun leprcui disasters strike When father and mother are gone and they soon xvill be if they have not already mantle exit the sisterly and fraternal bond will bu the only that will hold the family to vth er How reasons for your deep and unfaltering affection for each Rocked iij the same cranlle bent over by the same motherly toiled for by the same fathers weary arm and aching brow with common iu I age inn i time A 11111 lbhhan rill b septor ho v ligament many other surrogates are lit about misc tenderness hcritance of all the family secrets and with nam s given yom by parents whq started you xvith the highest hopes fop your happiness and prosperity I charge you l e loving ami kind forgiv ing If the sister see that wants a sympathiz3r the brother will see that the sister never xvauts aa escort Oh if the sisters of a house hold knew through what terrific and damning temptations their brother goes in city life they would hardly sleep nights in anxiety for his sal xation And if you would make a holy conspiracy of kiwI words and attentions and earnest pray ers that would save his soul from death and hide a multitude of sins let the sister dash off in OlD direction in in the world and the brother ll s off in another direction in dissipation anti it be long before they will mict again at time iron gate of Despair thair feet in the hot a lies of a con sumed lifetime Alas that brothers and sisters though living together for years very often do not know each other and that they see only the im perfections and none of the virtues INTERESTING ITEMS ACCORDING to mathematicians it re quires less exertion to ride 53 miles on a safety bicycle than to walk three miles A SENSATION has been created in Madagascar by the appearance of a carriage in the streets of Antanana rivo It is the first one that has ever been seen in the country and belongs to the mayor of the city Capt Des lionsMiss MAY FUMEH of has been appointed harbor mistress of that port and is the only woman in the world holding such a position Miss Fuller became prominent in the west a number of years ago by being the first woman to ascend Mt Tacoma Ax English paper says that Bishop Ellicott of Gloucester envoys the priv the broth r gentle limit discip ship willnot blistered Tacoma ash never iliges of being allowed to travel on any railroad in England free of charge This unusual favor conferred upon him in recognition of his heroic exertion in administering to dying victims in a railway accident near Tottenham notwithstanding his own serious injuries This was while the bishop was still a young man CYPKESS Louisiana devising plans for the settlement of men who cut timber upon the cleared lands Mr II J Lutchcr in an inter view with the New Orleans Picayune said that in Pennsylvania and other states where the lumber business has flourished the land was settled up and placed under cultivation after the tim bar was exhausted while in the south it was left to grow up with brush and was of no further value as it would have been very expensive to cut off the brush What is proposed now is to look after the settlement of that land by the men who were cmplo3ed in off the timber To RETAIN and even acquire a good complexion eat plentifully of fruit This is better than any outward appli cations All fruit is good when in sea son but the best of all are those in sea son at the present moment as apples and oranges etc and especially which act on time liver and help digestion Digestive troubles are the worst enemies that the skin has to fight against and apples are its best soldiers While in season they should be eaten every day whether with or without other fruit Their cosmetic qualities are positively marvelous and they clear the skin and beautify it when all other means fail was spiritual consolation of apples 6 or of lumnbermnen are cutting S r BILL PASSED rovi ns for tli Jiisp cio of Foot VarUsay Ku4oluliim J IS M FRAXKiOltT Ky Feb 9SKNATE ThO- Uronston resolution to appoint v riouiwlueo ta reply to Stuatr Lindsiy spcucU vis the Jirsl thing tatrcn up in the Tuusduy and it Wits urlopicil without further ticlxue by a Vote or 20 to 0 he Frazier blll to regulate tho manufacture and sale of fooJ passed by a vote or 28 to 0 the housu bill to amend time laws in regard to admission o testimony sllovintj the husband or wire to testify or or against each oihcr in dixorcq case was dart tOed Tw lack of a tutional majority IMls introduced Ioamcnd and concerning uavdians by authorilnj time county judge to appoint the sheriir to act as guardian in certain cises to punish burn ing or poison to amend ihcactroa cenisiw guardians so the mother im not bu Iu pvixed of the instoily of a child under U by will or deed of time fattier House Bills introduced Providing that no primary clictim shall bo held ua LIme same lay that a sp Is held au thorising the Kil t the ly rthwn Kentucky normal school properly and to dispose of the 1 rcccods thereof to votnpe steam to pass an extiniuiUlon and obtain a certiii cacLcfoiA tuiiiiK chaiRO of an inurinc tro lins for installment or property holders for Street improvtm ass oxempUn road overijcors from survive on jwrlus and from poll nix for road sxnd bridge After passictj time Mallory bill rjpsulina section 131i of the Kentucky statutes ruhnisw j con fcsiion of judiniunt and thp 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the seven Covingtoa council men through their attorney obtained a writ of habeas corpus from Circuit Court Judge Hodge of Campbell against Sheriff Uoske und the jailer at Independence returnable at 10 a in Wednesday The sviit is returnable to Judge Tjirvin the writ is a direction to the of Kenton county Tarvin will have to decide whether his first action was correct Each of the coun cilmcn js under 5000 bond This was done to the opinion ol the judge ou the gravity of the situa tion Jtilpe Tarvin refused to discuss the writ Infore its presentation It was understood that an effort would be made to swear him oil the bench to prexeiit his hearing it The writ was served at 1153 a m Tuesday Tarvin men say it gives the judge the control of the maltcr us it prevents a similar application before anyone else Kenton i contempt were present show county although coroner THE WINTER SALE Of Trotters at T xin ton Ky the nest In Jinny Years LKXINOTOV Ky Feb i Second tiny of winter fculc trotters bust 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