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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 11, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898021101_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 11, 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. 8 VOLUME Till. " . Entered at the Tost Office in Lancaster, Kv as Second Class Hatter. . Z NUMBER 46 POBMISJIS28? BURGLARS .if you Cannot get through your doors 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 Awaj the Koof, but will not do so if you put on our substantial tin shingles. They will not Sto tl 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. ISe On TIic Sale Side by getting our prices before purchasing elsewhere. LANCASTER, KY., I F FID AY, S. T. FEBRUARY, Prunes 7 11. 1898. R. A. Stone. : No turnpike news this week. per lb. I IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. Go to the Convention. Bay your tinware from Tj'pcwriter office. The band has pulled together again. this letter heads at lb; granulated sugar for at Evans. 17 1.00 Masonic lodge Monday night. Three cakes soap for 5c. S. T. R. A. Wanted, hens. pound. B. Fox. Stone. Will pay 5c per Dr. Grant will be absent next week, in Mt Vernon. 200,000 trlek for sale. Greening Pence, Stanford, Ky. & S. T. Evans will have cold storage Evans handles the Nig Spencer beef next Friday. night. tobacco. "Have you heard" about the O'.d G. S. Gaines is headquarters for all Dried peaches at R. A S. one's at 5c Maids' C .invention. per pound. kind of see 2s. . feveral good comiuunicutios receiv- Wanted, hens at 5c per pound. II. cd too late for this issue. Towels and Queenswaro at cost at B. Northcott. S. T. Evans. Its not callel a hen convention, but R. A. Stone will pay 7c per pound Eggs wanted. Will p ly highest an Old Maids convention. casli p ice. 15. Fox. for green hides. S e the new line of fancy tissue pa Look out for the old maids band Fresh fish, dressed ready for cooking, per at Thompson's. at M. A. Archer's. Monday afternoon. Wanted! furs, hides, tallow. See us We print typewriter letter heads on before selling. H. B. Northcott Fancy hemp seed for excellent bond paper. sale at G. S. Gaines'. Remember our terms on and after For sale, Corn, by bushel, hay by Feb. 10th will be spot cash. Store room for rent, on Richmond J. C. Thompson. bale. II. B. Northcott. tf street Apply to J. C. Thompson. Fresh oj'sters for sale at Northcott's.' Old Maids at Court House Monday ' - ' The best two horse wagon on the market at G. S. Gaines'. Wilbur'.s hen food makes the hens lay, for sale at TL A. Stone's. v Wanted, car load of Iron, Bones and Rags. II. B. Northcott coffee at 10c. T. Currey.y'' ' I will sell vou nackn Sugar at cost, for cash. home-grow- n I am selling Cost. my stock of groceries at cost, to make room for a spring stock. T. S. Eikin. Buy your goods from Evans on RichOrchard, clover, timothy, blue grass mond street, opposite Mrs. Hardens. and all kinds of seed oats at Gaines.' J. Col. W.O.Welch. R. HASHLDEN. W. I. Williams, Beginning with Feb. 10th our terips Will go to Wanted, Veal Calves. will be cash. J. C. Thompson.-- ' country and buy. II. 1$. Northcott Hay an 1 corn always on hand at CyJ. C. Thompson can furnish you 4t with all kinds of valentines from lc to rus Easons, for retail. $1.00. Cheapest house on earth. S. T. EvClover, oats, timothy, blucjrass and ans. Call and try him. Richmond orchard grass always on hand at street. Gaines. Stanford. A Lancaster. All business attended to promptly. Hoy's 'Watch Free. Leave your orders for cut flowers For particulars drop a postal card for the OIJ Maids Convention at J. C. to The Advocate, Danville, Ky. 'it. Thompsons. LANCASTER, KY. Please Head. J. A. Beazley & Co , headquarters I would like to do your plain sewfor furniture carpets, mattings, wall ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. paper and window-shadev. Lost, a pair of jeans pants, between T. J. Hatcher, the veteran shoe maker has been ill for several days, Dr. O'Neal's oilk-- and the toll gate on Lexington pike. Return to R. A. Stone. but, as usual, is "on the mend." I Comrades, Attention. Rev. J. XV. Hughes, president of the Hie G. A. R., will meet in Masonic Murdered at Marcellus. The expense account of farmers, by flourishing school at Wilmore, preach- Hall tomorrow, Saturday, afternoon. rinding plow points at C. K. Poindex- - ed two excellent sermon? in the Meth- We want all old soldiers to come and join, m mere to lau in at a o cloclc. odist church at Hubble Sunday. ter's. BATTLE-SHI- P. New Tailor Shop. Ttl. C. A. State Convention, Have your old clothes cleaned and Ky. Cleaning, pressing and repairing prjssed up for Spring. Pries reason launching- of'the Battle-shiFor the promptly and neatly done by Geo. Round trip rate from Junction City Geo. Extine. able. ' Kentucky"' at Newport News, Va., Shop over Lojan S2 Robinson's store. Extiue. Shop over Logan & Robin- for this occasion via Queen & Crescent the Chesapeake and Oaio Hail way will son's store. Ronte is 3.50. Tickets on sale Febru Scrap. make the following low round trip ary 17th, 18th and 10th good to return Minstrels. Mollie Perkins, Sis Palmer and the rates from ro'nts namci: the 22nd. Ask agents for particulars. ..$ 12.00 From Lexington latter's daughter, Mat, engaged in a Fields & Hanson's Big City Minstrels, .. 12.00 Winchester, Strayed street light a few da-- s since, and the witi brass band and other accompani.. 12 tO " Mi. Pterlii.g old fashioned wool pulling, scratching ments, are booked to appear at WalFrom my prs'.ure, on House place, .. 12.00 l'arls ind yelling attracted a big crowd, ton's Opera House Stan 'ord, Feb. 17. about Dec. 15, one red yearling steer. .. 12.7." " Frankfort which cnjoj'cd the fun till some par weight about 553. L'bt-rareward for .. 12.25 " Richmond New tSoodR. .. 13.00 ties separated the combatants The Lancaster return. Leave any information with I have added to the old stock, a new T. B. Walker. .. 13.2". " Stanford Palmer women were fined !0 and line of seasonable goods which I wiil and correspondingly low rates from cost. All colored. E. T. Pence. sell low for cash. Call and see me at all other Central Kentucky points. A negro named Buckner disposed of the old stand. The Interior Journal says while the 2line repeating rifle here last week J. C. Robinson. barbers are asking that the Sunday law Hotel for 5. lie was suspieioned and an in regardin thcm be enfoicjd atStanford Civil Service Kxainiiiation. a long suffeirng people are praying f r Reduced rates have been made at vestigation resulted in his arrest at Thos Austin, division deputy, a law compelling the barbers to use Jailer Ross brought him dpt. the Hotels at Newport News and at Richmond. an exami sharper razors and quit talking their Old Point Comfort, which is only a few back and he will be tried for stealing informs JiiKUECoitn uiat nation under the civil servics will be customers to death. miles distance and connected by Elec- the weapon. held at Richmond on March 5th. It service. tric Car Uncle Sam Gets 'Km. W. T. "West, P. M. will be for applicants for the position No other trip ever offered as many XV. T. Short has of raiding deputy and all applications Deputy Marshal, Wm. T. West received a telegram Lancreated a stampede among the SOUL STIRIXG EVENTS for examination must be filed by leb. i'nm Washington Tuesday afternoon caster blind tigers. Wednesday he ar 20. This examination was set for saying Congressman Davison haa recas docs this one. rested and took to ML Vernon two col Feb. 5, but was postponed for reason ommended him for postmaster at Lan People from Inland Ken tuck' have ored men, Alee uiu, alias "liuggy insufficient number of appli- caster. Dispatches to the dailies the rare opportunity of witnessing Horse"' and George Wallace on the that an cants applied to establish an eligible the repcr , and Mr. We it will lick A: my and Navy life at the combined charge of selling liquors without gov- register. the stamps in the Lancaster office for most historic spot in the United States. ernment license. Hon. R. II. n the next four years. He tells The A Beauty. went up to defend them, and at THINK OF IT! Recokd he has selected his deputy but The job of papering the Masonic declines to disclose his or her name. press hour has not returned. The landing place of the Jamestown lodge room has been completed and it He has not decided, We understand Capt. has where he will have settlers, the Pocohontas and Capt eral more warrants and Short make sev will repay anyone, who admirers aranwill John Smith incident, Cornwallis the office, nor has he been informed as work, to go up and take a look to his British forces, the battle other raid on Battle Row in a few tistic when he wiil take possession. at it. James Crow Dillen and his ex of the Monitor and Merrimac, and days. last, but in the same class, the launchpert assistant, Henry Tevis, did the Timely Sermon. ing of the Old Folks Concert. work and it would reflect credit upon Eld. Gowen cerU.inly preached on a was The New York artist t Powerful Battle Skip Friday Baptist church ages ofcrowded especially pretty, the The large hall is timely subject when he denounced evening by all people walls being cov- gossip and gossipers Sunday night of cur Navy, and it w!ll be called to hear the old folks concert, which ered by blue, (emblematic of the Blue The way he peeled the bark off the was given in honor of those of our Lodge) and the ceiling with a pretty 'Kentucky" Think of it! s was, indeed, enjoyable to citizens who have past the age of 02. figured, light colored design. The old As Soon as the date of Launching is hear. This evil of gossiping is one of The affair was under the supervision Crjw is a s workman and the most besetting sins of the daj', and settled on, it will be given wide pub- of Miss Margaret Murphy, who also takes great pride with a job. licity in the papers. it is high time that the had her Kindergarten class present to rubber-neckeold deNew Music Liberal Offer. MAKE YOUR PLANS. take part. Tiie latter opeaed the evetainers were .being dragged over the by singing "O'.d LexTo introduce our new monthly pub ning's entertainment Through sleepers will run from J he slanderer ana the hyena Folks at Home." This was followed lication, American Popular Music, we coais. ington. do not hesitate to invade the sanctity For detail information write or call by guitars and mandolin played by make the following liberal offer: Send of the grave, while the living are made Mrs. Gowcn, Misses Shumate, Lusk, us the names of three or more per on any agent, or every day target for suc'i "ani Gaines and Mr. O. XV. Shugars. Miss formers on the piano or organ, and an GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. P. A., Olivia Sweeney then sang in a charm fifteen cents ia money or postage, and mals." Bro. Gowen is to be congraton his manly attack, and if the LEXINGTON, KY. ing manner, "Mollie Darling." This we will mail you sixteen pages of the ulated sweet song was written by Col. Will latest popular songs, two steps, ete., ministers would all fire more of their shot in this direction it would be well. S. Hays, the gifted writer of Louis- full sheet music arranged for piano or ville. Col. Hays has composed many organ, and American Popular Music Mr. Albert Severance, a prominent songs but none have surpassed, i', we for three months. dry goods merchant, of Stanford, and say, equalled his Mollie Darling. may Address Popular Music Ca, Miss Florie II. Heath, the handsome Mr. John M. Farra sang "Annie Lau Indianapolis, Ind. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Heath, rie" and received a good round of ap were married at the First Presbyt rian Free to Our Readers. plause. John is about the most acOur readers will be pleased to learn church, in Richmond Wednesday. The commodating boy in town and is al groom is by Lancaster soways willing and ready to help in any that the eminent physician and scien ciety folks, who extend congratula Miss Elizabeth tist. Dr. Kilmer, after years of re worthy undertaking. tions. Anderson recited "Granny" in a charm search and study, has discovered and ing manner and Miss Katie Lee Den- - given to the world a most remarkable for Ike Royal i the highest grade baking powder nv's "A Fibhin'" was hisrhlv anoreci remedy, known as Swamp-Rookaown. Actual tests show it goesoae-tkir- d the cufe of kidney and bladder Call at my store and we will ex ated. Miss Addie Burnside was oud-l- troubles; the generous offer to send a farther than amy other braatf, applauded when she saog ."Ben bottle free that all may test its wonplain how to Bolt," and her duett with Mr. Farra, "Silver Threads Among the Golli'' was derful merits without expense, is in Get One of these Boasters Free! well received. The reading by Miss itself sufficient to give the public con Alice Hudson was one of the most en fidence and a desire to obtain it has an established repu joyable numbers and, she way liber Swamp-Roo- t us your . . . ally applauded. She had two selec- tation as th; most successful remedy, . . . Butter and Eggs tions, "Old Aunt Mary," and "'A Song and is receiving the hearty endorse physicians, hos of the Ai.ly Days." The entertain ment of all make you happy, nitals and homes If our men and ment was brought to a close with a medi in women us. song and p intomine, "Coming thro' cine of readers are no need ofshould be you trade this kind time the Rye," by pretty little Miss Cora XANGDON'S Ward and twelve lassies. A neat sum lost in sending their name and address was realized, which will be divided be to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, N. Groceries, Cheap for Cash. tween the Kindergarten class and the Y. and receive a bottle and pamphlet both sent absolutely free by mail Baptist church. Absolutely Pure Fresh Ostcri from Baltimore . The regular sizes may be obtained at TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT. the dru stores. When writing please Take Lixnlve Bromo Qulniue Tablets. All say you read this liberal offer in The Druggists refund the money if It folia to Core VOftK. CO., MHIM Recobd, ' cents. 7 s. Attorneys at Law, New lot furniture jast received. will asThe best made, at prices rocker for S3 00. Call and be tonish you. It. A. Stone. that convinced of the truth of this statement R. A. Stone. I have two silver mounted show Jno Siler has been appointed post cases for sale, one U feet and the other master at Mause, this county. Ss.iys 10. J. C Thompson. a Washington dispatch. Nearly 100 reserved seats have been sold for the O'.d Maids Convention. JIurKIiirs. Dior bolts, Sash locks, Pad locks Indications are' that the Court House an I Boor locks, at J. R. llaseldens' will be pae'eed and j invncd. Hardware store. Battle Row had on its war paint Corn Wanted. Sunda'. This place is a disgrace to a If parties wishing to sell corn will civilized community, but it seems imbring it to me at once, I will buy same. possible to get rid of it. XV. Miller, Mgr. Pilgrimage Dis For Sale or Kent. tillery. I will either sell or rent my resi 1 he Louisville Evening Post sent to dence. It is in good repair and in a ycur address every day except Sunday good neighborhood. For particulars for only 3.00 per year. This offer call on either W. H. Kinnaird or good for ten dayp. See J. C. Thompson Marv K. Weisiger. 5.00 m3'-sel- f. Miss Christine Bradley. Ladies of the Lancaster "Wowans Christian Temperance Union to Show their Appreciation of Eer Lini of IM p nov-23-t- f. Mays-vill- e, l Reduced Bates. -1 coi.-fir- .n Tom-linso- Shooting. Detirmination, Bill Clark, white, and Bill Arnold, colored, had a fight on Battle sru-s- : Solomon "There is a season centuries, to baptism in a liquid, the in which the former shot the and a time to every purpose under the products of which are degradation, slightly on the nose. Both were heaven A time to weep, an t a time to crime, ruined homes, blighted hopes latter fined by Judge Brown. rejoice A time to keep silence end a and broken he. rts. time to Wo, the women of We are rejoicing that Kentucky, Sam .Jones on Kentucky. Lancaster V. C. T. U. feel that it is "a through one o her talented daughters, Interviews in St Louis Post-Di- s time for us to roj icu"', because of the patch: Kentucky has her whisky and request made by Miss Christine Brad- sh ill be the first in the nation to imburies; her barrooms and her ley, to u.e water from Lincoln's spring mortalize herself by abolishing this her fast impious custom. Since the gourd, in race tracks, but she has, along with instead of whisky or wine, upon the Lincoln's was the vessel them, as fine a citizenship as there is occasion of christening the Battlesh!pmost us.'d .or conveying the pure, in the Union. The truest Prohibition Kentueky. It is "a time for us to health-givinliquid to parche d Hp ists, the most faith: ul temperance speak", and let this young woman the L mcaster W. C. T. U. is going to e men, anu the most lliorougn inow how highly we commend her for ask permission to furnish a gourd from racing people I ever met, and making such a request, prompted by a Bradley's iirth-p- l ce, with which all over this country, live noble heart. have b.-eWe bring to her tiie to pour the water upon the prow of the in Kentucky. plaudits, the th inks and loving appre More than the count'es in ciation o. many loyal, christian women. .ship. This gourd will be handsomely raonnt.-- in silver and will be tied with Kentucky have local option. Whisky fhe word christen, means give a making and whisky drinking in Ken name and apply water to "to relig- :i bow of wiiite ribbon the badge of the a as V. C. T. L. This young girl has dared tucky are on a lower level today than ious cereaiony, in the name of Chri-t.'to do what "the first lady in the land" they were ever before in the hisior is s .i that the habit of christening It lid not do, upon a similar occasion. of the State. It is true that deacons, ships W'th v.i.ie, onies from the Vik elde-s- , stewards and other otlicers of ings, a name given to piratical North- All pri.se to he;- because she has not the church in Kentucky favor whisky men, who infested the coasts of the been afraid for the world to know that and attend race tracks, but they are Hritish Islands and of France, in the she loves an. I honors the cause that not near as big dogs as they were in eighth, ninth and tenth centuries labors for "God, Home and Humanity.'' years gone by. But that state of af Viking comes frjm the Seandinavian For this act o f conscientiDusaess fairs is trje everywhere. Hie wi r'.d vik, meaning "a bay." Their ships she will receive the gratitude of the has quit asking men if they were could not be launched from the lawful nation's christian people, and the blesmembers of the church, but the world harbor, like the king's ships, and they sings of GoJ. With hearts aglow with does ask them, with a vengeance, had to launch from the bay hence pride, we claim her as Lancaster's fair 'Are you good citizens?'' "Are you their name Vikings. A elass of ma- daughter our own "Christine." "Are rauders they were, an 1 is it not time good fathers to your children?' 'So may she live that every hour, JIuv fall as fulla the natural llower, 3'ou good husbands to your wives?" that such a sacreligious practice, A tliiugof power; "Do you pay your debts and live which has insinuated itself far into That every thought nud every deed. right?" May hold within itself a seed the twilight of the niutcenth century, If he does the worlJ tips its hat to should yield to one of morality? The Of future good ami lutnrc need." not, they boot ship, so majestic, though inanimate, the man; if he does Lancaster W. C. T. U. him. And they do right to boot him has had to submit, through all these Feb. 5, 1S9S. in the church or out of it. spc-.ik''. boy-hoo- d, g anu-hors1 .Mi-- s one-ha' 1 gas-bag- first-clas- g At the Court House next Monday evening, an entertainment which is both new and novel, will be given by a number of Lancnster's society girls for the benefit of the W. C. T. U. It is an Oid Maid's 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 she faile 1 to secure a husband in her young days. These little speeches are said to be very fine. 'J he officers and members of the society are as follows: well-know- n -- Kev. Faulcoucr's Meeting. l'reacliint at Herring's School House. We are requested to announce that Rev. Henry Faulconer has been holdthere will be preaching at Herring' ing meetings at the Presbyterian school house, on new Danville pike, church every night this week, and the fourth Sunday night at 7 o'clock. will continue until Sunday. He ia making an effort to "warm up" the Notice. members and get them more interested Please look on the corner of your ia their religious duties. Christianity paper and read the Yellow Label, and in Lancaster, we are sorry to say, is see if 3'ou dont owe us something. If not overabundant, nor is the average you do, please send the money to this person bothering his brain very much Ernest G. on that subject We have any number office or the collector, Brown. who go to church and sit up in front, looking as solemn as a jackass in a Wall Taper. , but when meetin' is over, graveya-dI have secured the agency for a lead- religion is over with them. The Recing manufacturer and have samples of ord hopes the efforts of the local minan elegant line of Wall Paper, and isters to thaw out their ueaibers will off:ceks. will be glad to order any amount par- prove success uL We have four oung, 'preachers Mattie Elkin. ties may desire. Call at my residence able and conscientious are indeed who President, true work nobly, and they Elisa Lusk. and get prices. Secretary, to their c.large if they never weary in Letcher Owsley. Reporter, pull in Lancaster. their Mrs F. L. Austin. tf Lula Anderson. Inside Guard, Edna B. Mason. Baby in Arms, Fanny West First Candidates, Pattie Beazley. Second Candidate Mrs. Dr. Beazley. 1st Specimen, Mrs. L. Landram 2nd Specimen, up-hi- ll Old Maids Convention. Prepare for Cyclones! By Insuring your Houses. NAMES OF OLD MAIDS. t, y Bring Will If with bread daily. POWDER POWOCH NEW H. M, BALLOU. ftOVAL Samantha Whoroperup. July Polly Flip. Elisa Lusk, Susan Sugasham. Lillie Sutton, Belinda B'.uegrass. Mary Anderson, E lith Amy Pinkie. Emma Hood, Rosa. Lizzie Brown, Tilda Toots. Lula Anderson, Carrie Woods, Jerusha Plunket Sallie Skceter. May Hughes, Glory Any Sofy Maggie Tomlinson, July Nisby Cinderlly Annabelly Jemima Bump. Atla Farra, Lucinda Scratchgravel. Nell Marrs, Mary Ellen Jones. Florence Harris, Jane Axhandle. Altie Marksbury, E'.vire Skidlenfad. Mina Crutcher, Mrs. Miffien. Mrs. R. T. Eaibry, The affair is under the management of Miss Amanda Anderson, which will insure a success. Miss Miy Hughes will preside at the plana General admission, 25c. Reserved seats, 35 cts. at McRoborts' Drug Store. Lou Grant, Insure your Hemp! And Take No Risk of Loss. We write these Policies R. KINNAIRD, General Insurance, Lancaster, Ky, CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY Z.OUIS l,A.NDRSSf, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. THE REMOVAL Of the Circuit Court From Ccv'nston to lnclcppi'.d encr. Ccvixoto.v, Ky., Feb. 7. Promptly at 10 o'clock Monday morning .ludgj Tisr in convened the circuit court for Kim; ton county at Independence, the origi ST 7 SOnbMonths. Yjab, in advance " " " $1.00 .50 25 Fit ID AY, February, II, 1898. the U. S. senate Friday Mr. Lind-se- y commented sharply upon tlu motives of the author and promoters of the resolution recently passed by 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 of his conscience. In regard to his views on money he slid: "My views on the silver question were as well known 'J hej then as they are known were then the views of an overwhelm ing majority of the Democrats of Ken tucky, and an overwhelming majority of the Republican part in that State, precisely where I stood I stand 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 thej' have changed their opinions, whilst, I have remained steadfast I criticise no one for ehang-iahis opinions, but I protest against being denounced as a betrayer of my trust, because my views remain unchanged.'' y g Is nal countv seat, the formal siban- ontnentof Covington for court p;ir- psses were completed Saturday by the removal of the court records, anil tliat irt of the Covington courthouse oc cupied by the circuit court will remain closed until the orders ot the juilgo. are obeyed or the court of appeals declares the council's position correct. The removal from Covington, the most populous portion of the county. and for more than forty years the home of the circuit court, to Independ- uce, a village remote from any mode of transit except by vehicle. 11 miles n the country, and the only means of communication with the outside is an event world one telcpl on in the history of unprecedented the courts of Kentucky. When it is s of the biihine-- s known that of the circuit court, which is in contin uous session, comes from residents of Covington and its immediate suburbs, ind that every lawyer, witness ami juror interested must journey to inde pendence to attend tli-- ' court, ine. in convenience of the removal will be realized. SEVEN COUNCILMEN nine-tenth- Williiiii S3 Mrs. Laura E. Mims.of Sraithville,Ga., says: "A small pimple of a stra .vberry color appeared on my cheek; it soon began to grovr rapidly, notwithstanding all efforts to check it. JIv eye became tenibly inflamed, and was so far.?' 1 'ft iu I I New Line j 1 of I2.V. Lillurd. . . Jno. 15. Stout. Ti UQ A so a mi Variety of EA01NSIRUG613TS.J Stationery, Paints, Oils, Sic. JSJSIW :- -: 8 Held INIIKI'KXIMIXL'K, The Ivy., Feb. ii. seven reiieliious uovington councilman ire hold prisoners in the courthouse hero by the county sheriff, who is act- ng miller the orders of .Judge larvin. This is the result of contempt hearings Monday morning. Shortly after ten o clock tho counell- men were arraigned Dciore.iuuge iar- viu and .ludire O'Hara attempted to plead their case, but he was sharply called to account bv Judge Tarvin. Judge O'Hara lost his temper and answered back, but friends advised against making any trouble, and under protest Mr. O'Hara retired. ' Prisoners by Order of .ludst-- T;r- vin of III" Circuit Cixitt. - Lawyers 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. This will greatly aid the court in considering the case, and, as it will put more cost on litigants, is believed will shut out a great many little 2x4 cases which are now crowded into the court of appeals dockets and which are pouring in from all over the state. It would indeed be a wise move if it will succeed in frecZ' ing out these small-frcases, 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 one-hory Jl'DGH TAKVI.V. Cor- - Dax Collier's chances for the Louisville surveyorship looks brighter this week than ever before. Washington, dispatches intimate that the appointment of Collier will have a ten dency to hold the Bradlej' wing of the Kentucky republicans in line for Mc- Kinley and this point is being pushed for all its worth. There's not much love between the administration and Bradley element, and if Mr. McKinley INSURANCE AGENTS has any idea of standing for renomina tion he will certainly make some con Can Not SHile Over Into Kentucky uiitl Insure Property Without a I.lreiKO. cessions to Mr. Bradley's wishes, es Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 4. In the peeially in this case. house Thursday a number of bills were reading. by Judge Denny, who has been acting advancedbills second killed by adverse were These as refree in the matter of dishing out report and vote: McKce's bill for ben pie in the seventh district has resiirn efit of circuit clerks, who will have to ed the position. lie endorsed a cer pay back the amounts received in the fees, and the tain applicant for postmaster at Paris shape of S.Vfelony-cas- a Deboe agreeing to recommend the man bill providing for taking depositions At the last minute, however, Deboe in shorthand. consent The bill raising the changed his mind and asked that an was amended to make age of of the the age man be appointed, which was male over 10 years and the age of the other done. This caused Denny to get the female under 14 years. The penalty line under his tail and kick clear out was fixed at imprisonment for not less of the traces. He says he has nothing than one nor more than five years. further to say about the distribution The bill was passed by a majority and its passage was clinched. of Mr. McKinley's pastry. The bill, adding a medical department to the A. and M. state college A petition, which originated was advanced; also Charlton's labor Boyle county, calls upon Hon. John bureau bill. Young Brown to make tho race for The committees substitute for the governor. Mr. Brown made a good McKce and Mears insurance bills, to officer and is a capable man, but h prevent the Cincinnati and agents of has been out of politics for a year or other states from slipping over into Kentucky and insuring property here two and probably is not exactly ' without paj'ing license for either themto" the trickery which was passed. requires to get a nomination these selves or the compan3 To Remove the Capitol. days. Fraxkfokt, Ky., Feb. 5. The republSailors and navy officers are pro icans1 revenge against local democame out Friday in testing vigorously against the plan to cratic partisans shape of a resolution the house in christen the Kentucky with water. amending the the constitution so as to reuhey say the vessel will be known move the seat of government from unlucky among sailors if it is done Frankfort to a city to be selected by and will have difficulty in securing the legislature. good crew. The average sailor is bliot an OHiccr. fond of old t that he immagines Paris, Ky., Feb. 7. Jack Shea, night everything else has the same appetite. watchman in the L. & N. yards here, was shot and mortally wounded by a .E.MPEROR William should be cau Negro coal thief. The man has not t;ous in discriminating against Amer yet been arrested. ican fruits especially the apple. Th Kentucky Postmasters. latter already holds the record for Washington, Feb. 8. The president bringing about the fall of man. Monday nominated the following postmasters for Kentucky cities: William S. Hoggess, Ashland; James A. Deboe, Shott-Not- t. Clinton; Clarence Matthews, Maysville; The following account may be Frank M. Fisher, Paducah; S. T. Moore, terestmg: Princeton; Ludlow F. Petty, Shelby-ville- ; Slierod Stanfill, Williamsburg; A duel was recently fought in Ne Frederick Van Rensselaer, Owcnsboro. port by Alexander Shott and Jna Prison Hill Reported Favorably. Nott Nott was shot: Shott was not Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 7. The Krons-toIn this case it was better to be Shott prison bill, which has passed the than Nott reported favorably in There is a rumor that Nott was not senate, was house Saturday and the Kentucky ad shot, and Shott avows that he shot vanced. Isott, which proves either that the Drowned While Skating, shot Shott shot at Nott was not shot E Arlington, K3'., Feb. 7. Miss Stel or that Nott was shot notwithstand la Hanna, aged about 17 years, daugh ing. Circumstantial evidence is not ter of M. Hanna, proprietor of the always good. It may be made to ap- - Madisonville machine works at Madi pear on trial that the shot Shott shot sonville, four miles from here, drown shot Aot, or as accidents with firearms ed while skating on a pond at Hecla are frequent, it may be possible that mines 'near this place. The body was tne snot bnott shot shot Shott. him recovered an hour and a half after the self, when the whole affair resolves accident The Boy lias Confessed. itself into Its original elements. Princeton, Ky Feb. 5. Milton Shott wonld be shot, and Nott would aged 16, arrested on suspicion be not We think, however, that the of having committed several burg shot Shott shot shot not Shott but laries, has confessed to some of them Nott Anyhow its hard to tell who and will be held to the grand jury. was shot We are anxious to do a little good in A thrill of terror is experienced r when a brassy cough of croup sounds this world and can think of no or better way to do it than by through the house at night But the terror soon changes to relief after One recommending' One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia. Minute Cough Cure has been administered. Safe and harmless for children. consumption and other serious lung irouoies mat 10110 w neglected colds. ownnes umg oiore. Jm Stormes' Drag Store. lm 1 rot-gun Cart-righpleas-ante- Judge Tarvin eyed the seven offend ing eounciliiion sternly and asked them if they .still refused to obey the order hey did, and they were of tlio court. held in contempt ami placed under ar rest by the sheriff. Judge Tarvin ni.ends to give them lo not tune to repent, ami it Uu-they will undoubtedly be sent to jail. It is to be a finish light between Judge Tarvin and the counciliiien, for the latter declare they will never give in unless thci are given a hearing. u swollen that for quite a while I could not pee. The doctors A said I had Cancer of the most malignant A?H4&&1 i5W type, and after ex- . SJ MILIUM VlaJjiJZ, Iw'sting their efforts without doing me any good, they gave Vt? up the case as hope1 ess. When in- Orders tiilccn lor all Foreign or Domestic 3Ingizincs or Newspapers. formed that my father had. died from the same disease, they said I must die, very test horses, Polanl as hereditary Cancer was incurable. China sheep an I chiekms are "At this crisis, I was advised to try FARM AND STOCK HOTES. I used onhos, farm, General Castleman S.S.S., and in a short while the Cancer the began to discharge and continued to do Wc have received our full line of Full recently piying 27 for a brace of so for three months, then it began to pr'zi fowls. The example of the and Winter Goods, and they are the heal. I continued the medicine a while in their venture here should II. L. Elkin so'.d Simeon Arnold longer until the Cancer disappeared enVery Latest, and money could buy. s iggesi 10 otners tne protit o: raisir.jr tirely. This was several years ago and b jnch of - lb shoots at oc. there has been no return of the disease." Our stock of Thompson Anml bought of Swinc-- l only the best of all kinds o.' animal as it will day. r jad, 'Z" choice feeders at 4 12 W P. Tugglesoll to B. F. Robinson B. F. Bobinson shipud t Cancer is a blood disease, and only a Cin'ti. S. S. S. this ucjI; two niej looa.inof h,'s. blood reined' will cure it. a lot of ho.s at 3e per pouud. (guaranteed purely vegetable is a rea? n J. G. Kobinsou bought of 15. F. The Stanford Journal says P. P blood remedy, and never faila to peris complete in every detail, and a look will two 12J0 11). feeding cattle for Aunneiley bought in Pulaski and manently cure Cancer, Scrofula, Eczema, convince you that they are unsurpassed. Rheumatism or any other disease of the $100. Rockcastle 140 hogs at about 3c, 3.1 blood. Send for our books C. A. Arnol.l bought of Geo. Woods, catt'.e at 2 to 3c and SO sheep at $2. R, Sjc on i immense line of Blood Diseases, oa Caucer and of lluuble, 21 shoats, averaging 73 lbs II. Bronaugh has received from Robert mailed free to .YlcAlistcr, of Jessamine, a fillv bv 0-ent- s it 2 address. any Julian and a colt by Imn. Lichtnino-- . V. A. Liar bought at llichmond Specific Svifl which he will train. Dr. J. B. Ows court Monday, 2U choice yearling cat ley sold IS Co. Atlanta, Ga. of his mules, which he left AVe have an elegant line of Trunks and tle at an tiwrage price. at Atlanta, at $r,G. F. Robinson bought of Alec WalValises. "When in Danville don't fail to MARKSBURY. Lincoln A0TK5. B. W. Givcns. sold cjr 7J light hog.s at :u and of Alec and rnvo us a call. to George T. Wood 20 shoats at 2.05. Miss Hutu Aldridgc is quite sick at Luther GiLLs 7.1 at same pricj. T. M. Boone sold O. P. Huffman some of this writing. Morgan and Robinson bought butehir stuff at 3c. John Murphy Dr. I. V. Walter, dentist office over Tram Conn a yoke or' cattle 2310 lbs. uougnt in the East End aloiof heifers ISallou's storj. "t at 1 4 Also son.e hogs at 3e. A. W. Carpenter sold to at 3 to 3 -S Morgan so'd to B. F. Robinson Jesso F. Cook a hornless Dr. I!. F. W.ilter, dentist ofliee over shorthorn bull some light hogs at to ,ic .nr. for 50. '2t Kallou's store, Lancaster. John Wilson bought in the .17 lb. Waynesburg section a buuch Last Saturday the celebrated road Robinsr.i sold James .Smith .4 of yearshoats at iij. ling steers at 3 to 3 case was decided by .Judge lliirns d Lyon & Altamont was br-j- to 23 mares last Allen sold to llliamBeek 33 yearling The Suar Creek road was made very W. B. Hill 30 of same at unci y.j ot them are saut to oe at and to dangerous by the fall rains so the cit- siatoi, izens living near the road applied for ia foal. He will stand for service at same price. P. P. Xunneley sold in Cin- c.nnati 140 hogs at. 3 to 3.91. II a change. The damage was granted Alsmudn., Cal., this season. as follows, Wm ISroaddus $5), George to 4c and 7 Tiik Government estimate of corn also sold IS cattle at3 Seed".. W. T. BecK Durham SO'J and Mrs. Margaret Sutton for 1S'.)7 was S0,0!tf. 101 acres, 1,1)02,00.,- - sheep at 3 2 to 5 oj bushel; ot wheit, :;9,4(5,0GO acre5, sold to C. Vanoy a bunch of shoats at HIGHEST CASH PRICE at all times PAID FOR HEMP.. Miss Lena Palmer, an accomplished .1.5 ),14'.),10S bushels; value o: both crops, 3s. Interior Journal. young lady, of Kirksvillc, is with .)2.i,:2 ),o::5. No. 5 Jaice Board, Sr., tells the Harrous- 'J he bones of George Misu-Ada and Carrie Arnold this Wilkes, the fa bnrg Democrat that he never knew week. Mr. and Mrs Frank Carnev mous trotting sir.', have ben present fat stock of all kinds to be as scarce as i. '.inns- - ed to the Kentucky Slate College by now; in fact and son", Master Will'e, of he says thero is very little burg, are v'slting frienis and relatives CjI. W. L. Simmons. aiuuii ux auy Kino. 110 savs that four Mis-e- s in this community. Jennie The sorghum sugar industry in Kan farmers let the Indiana and Ohio farm Perkins, Minnie Johnson, of Mareel- - sas has proven a failure alter the gov- ers and feeders slip into our countv lus, Nellie and Yirgie Arnold, of II ernment hud spent $2.10,000 in experi and buy all the good feeding cuttle at r.ttsviile, spent part of last week with ments and the machine that cost$i04,-00and had t 'ley kept them could Mioses A a, Carrie and Lila Arnold. TH E now get 4 for them, and are pay ias sol. I at auction for 0,000. St. Valentines day is almost here. Marcs in foal need just enough feed ing that figure when they buy. WEEKLY History tells ns that St Valcnlire was It is not wise to shut lambs no sheen 'o keep them froai losing flash. G.va a bishop, martyre.l A. D. L'70. Ia LOUISVILLE sty dt hzy, with oats and bran, in a close stable. They are safer in ( SURPLUS. CAPITAL -- OFgan Komc it was customary for youths pie 1 165,000.00. separately to each, according dry, clean yard, with a half open shed 200,000.00 ft . DISPATCH, to draw names in iionor of the God and el nee l. to which they can run. Even when dess Februata on the 14th of Fcbru to her iudivdtal LANCASTER, KY. Kentucky, $j,0.'!2,232; North Carolina they arc shut in oa stormy nights th A Straight Democratic Newspaper. ary and when Pagami&m was abolished upper end of tin shed should be left 31,430,331; Virginia, $:;,013,S.1ti; Tenncs Knuors'd by the last convention lis the honor was confercd upon St. V When fattening, the Utliei.'il Orjan of Democraer. see, 52,404, SIC; Ohio. $l,C(j,000; Pennsyl open. feed them entine. Charles Lamb savs: "Hail to thy returning festival, oh Hishop Val vania, gl, 200, .142; Connecticut, $1,32.1,- regularly four times a dav, lest thev A. K.Dessy. President. become fretful and consume their own For Hie Free Coinage of Silver. entine! Great is thy name in the rub'.c liiS. Jjo. E. Storme?, Vice President. flesh and fat. There are not cnougl For the Chieago 1'iatforin. e The. removal of superfluous fences of Hymen; thou venerable Wm. II. Kinnaird, Cashier. For the Djinoera'.ie Nominees. sneep to go around, and there will , Thou Immortal go between, who and improves the appearance of the faro-For the interest of the Masses. oon b In demand which can not be S.C. Denny, J. F. Ro3insox. Jr. what manner of person art thou. Thou reduct'S expenses, increases the quan be filled. Assistant Cash'r. comcst attended with thousands and titv of oultivatablc laud, and remove! All the Latest Telegraphic News. R. T. Embky Asa't ten thousands of little loves and Cu- one of the principal shelters and breed In several counties of Kentucky All ttie Latent btate News. for insects and vermin. pids, and the air is Brushed with the ing grounds farmer's institutes are being oran All the latest Market Ueports. Correet Court Ueports. DIRECTORS hiss of rustling wings." The value of all the live stock in the i.;u aim various oiner lvinus o: im Correct Market Reports. c mntry on Jan. 1, 1W17, wasest mated to proveraent meetings are baiuir held Sam'l. D. Cochran, Jas Spllman, Reliable News Ueports. . 11... 1.1 1V1... -ii,y niiuum hul tne i.irmers nave an After years of untold suffering from hi $1,8S0. 0.19,000. On Jan. 1, 1S0S, it A. C. Robinson, Alex. R. Dennr. Honest Editorial l'olicv- piles, U. W. Purscll of Knitnersville, was estimated at $2,037,012,000, show- organization;1 They could then pall W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, Pa., was cured by using a single box ing an increase ia value in one year of together, watch their interests better Jno. E. Stormes. and command better prices for their of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Skin $1.10,013,003. And The crops. There are thousands of rea diseases such as eczema, rash, pinipl J. Crouch fc Sjn, owners of the sons why an organization, led Iv -and abitinate sores are readily cured S 02k Farm, Indiana, have a S tonnes' honest men, would be a by this famous remedy. horse ranch in South Dakota, where Roth Drug Store. lrn they ha'e about 1,003 mares which great help to the industry. One Year For Only $l.ti5. this spring to their they will breed STONE. sixteen imported Gjrman coach stall- u A MUM 5 BTTIfHTfl mm short-horns, I A 6 X TSSv "vN MiROBEOTS uhuii STORE t The Latest Styles, Iest 0- A Real Biood Remedy 1 Fine Footwear Rol-inso- sss Furnishings. 1 L0WELL Ei LANIER ILLE, L DA NV .i- KE NTUCKY. 2 Dealer in Cultivated and Lint Cheapside. Maimf asturEr of Hemp. LOUGHRIDGE, Hemp Seed and Clover s Telephone 205. v- the SUBSCRIBE 1SWI 0 e Ml MIL 1 tkkJ 1 r. The Weekly Dispatch Central te level-heade- - Record Z Minard Lane sold a cow to Patton of Jiryantsville, for 23.00. George Grow sold his entire tobacco crop to Simmons, of Madison, at Cc per pound. Coy Sanders received a wound on his faca Sunday morniujr bv a horse pawing him. Chaa. Ingcrham a good colored friend of this place, received a pension a few days ago, he will get SO.0D per month if not increased. C. S. Messrs. Sanders and V- - G Preston atteuded preaching at Mc- Creary Sunday. Mr. Mitchell Lane and wife, of Back Creek, visited their father and mother Saturday and Sun day. Pearl Sanders, of this place ssent Satu-da- y and Sunday with he aunt, Mrs. Peachie Grow. X. 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 llichmond Monday Mr. Taylor Sanders, of near Lancaster, was in our vicinity last week and spent iriday night with T. L. Sanders. L. M. Crutchfield and family spent Sun day with Freeman Lane and family. Don't annoy others by your cough ing, and risk your life by neglectin cold One minute Cough cure cures coughs, colds, grippe and all throat and lung troubles. Stormes Drug Store. Jm MT. HEBRON e arc having some ions. Not Always Understood. nice weather now. of hemp at Nicholasvillo Monday at Si 50 per hundred. Miss A. E. Scott spent Sunday night with Miss Lula Rogers, near Lancaster. Mr. E. C. Wilson, alter a two months visit with friends in this vicinity returned to his home in Indiana this week. Mrs. Dennie Scottand daughter and Miss Bessie Doty are visiting relatives near Nicholasville this week. Miss Nellie Bourne has returned home after a visit with friends at McCreary. Mrs W; D. Scott and Miss Susie Chilton were the guest of Mrs.l?eggie Naylor Monday. Mr. J. M. Vanderpool delivered a load Concerning dehorned cattle, Swift & Co., of Chicago, says: "We do not con sider hornless cattle worth more than those of the same quality and fattened with herns, except in rare cases where shippers would pay 3 to 10c mrre per hundred pounds for hornless c; t le." Root crops arc be.it preserved by being 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 0 liar is not the place for root crops. Capt T. W. Bottom reports to Tiik Ri:coi: the sale of William Iluddles-tonear Allum Springs, Bo3'le count-- , heifers $1.1, as follows: Yearling calves 10, milk cows $25 to 33, horses $1.1 to $33, corn $1.80 in 5. barrel lots, 1,530 bundles oats $1.13 in lots of 500, hay 40c per hundred, hogs $3 per hundred. The final estimates for tobacco pro duction in the United States in the year 1S05. made by the Agricultural Department, place the total 3ield at 403,004,320 pounds, valued at $24,258, Qhe area cultivated amounted to 079. 594,749 acres. Seven States produced a crop valued at more than a million dollars viz : Jessamine Items: J. W. Ilaj-dosold to Gus Macey, Versailles, a fine gelding by Koscinsko, for $175. II. B. Campbell bought from Robert McCon nell. Woodford county last week 10C ewes at 2.7.1 per head. Jas. W. Simp son sold Monday to Richmond parties saddle gelding by a Chester Dare, dun by Mark Diamond, for $150. Journal. The UarroasDurg Democrat says that General Jno. B. Castlcman will saddle stallion send his and his great marcs --to the farm o' his son, Mr. David Castleman, where the stallion will do service. General g is to se idea of cure only tho very b;st foundation stock that can be had and to allow no deterioration of it Nothing but the n, , prize-winnin- g stock-raisin- 01 The Daily Dispatch A ! A fact often overlooked, or not always understood, is that women sufTpr as much from distressing kidney and 0s oiauuer trouoies as the men. The womb is situated hack of and very close CD to I he bladder, and for that reason any distress, disease or inconvenience manifested 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 easily made and may be ns easily avoided by setting urine aside for twenty-fou- r hours; a sediment or settling is evidence that your kidneys and bladder need doctoring. If you have pain or dull aching in the back, pass water too frequently, or- scanty supply, with smarting or burning, these are also convincing proofs of kidney trouble. If you have doctored without benefit, try Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roothe great kidney remedy. tne miia anu tne extraordinary effect will surprise you. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures. If vou take a medicine you should take the best. At. druggists fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample bottle ana pampnier, notn sent tree by mail Mention Ckntral Record and send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co,. Binghamton.TC. Y. The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness 01 mis ouer. (5) t, METROPOLITAN NEWSPAPER. Thoroughly Equipped with Every Faculty to keep you daily posted upon an nla events of the world. Daily, except Sunday, months. $H. 1 year $0. Daily, with Sunday, G months, 4; 1 year, S. Address, THE DISPATCH. Louisville, Ky-15 THE WEESLY 60IQITO($lIi GAZETTE (weekly Edition of the Commercial Tribune ) Enlarged. Greatly I Now Ten Pages Weekly. I Improved ir Every Uay. PER Send for Sample Copies. 50 CENTS I YEAR. Special inducements to Club Raisers. 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Johnson, Dyppep-riUlll4Mf AjNUBIAN TEA cures H. C. Arnold, v eia, Constipation and Indi- Alxx.Gibbs, Jb. gestion, Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Jacob Y. P T.M.Abmold, b.fiiudsoh. J. J.WALXM Robihbon. ORDER NOW. ; W. H. LACKEY Successor to Lackey & FOE CASH! I have concluded it will be best for me and my customers to sell for Cash. Will sell to everyone alike for Cash. Bo Time, IVo Bad Debts, Uo Fancy Profits. All Cash Bargains for the year Rock-Botto- A Miss Kate SENSATION. , FLATWOOD. Gulley. Firs-C- t las STABLE. L1TO HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO 1898. Mrs. Moody Harden. 11, ! 13 TBAVEUNG MEN ! r1 CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, February, 1898. FOR CASH. 1 have concluded to sell strictly for cash, and will not deviate from the rule. IJy having- no outstanding- accounts or bad debts, I will be able to dpt. Gallagher is much Letter this sell much cheaper and devote more week. time to my customer's wants. W' B. Mason lias returned from a MISS SALLIE TILLETT. trip to Cincinnati. Miss Lizzie Simpson has been visit ing Miss Lizzie Thompson. Be Col. J. H. McMurty, of Lower Gar rard, was in town Monday. If you Bring Your Miss Mary Dunn, of Dinville, is the work to ffuest of Miss Eugenia Hush. & CO., Miss Mie Hughes entertained the at Arnold shop on Danville street. "Cinch"' club Monday evening. Scientific Horseshoeing, Impairing of Mr D. Patton, of Nashville, Tenn., Wagons, Uuggies, and all kinds of ve- was here oa business this week. hicles Piomptly and Substantially Miss Mary Burnside has returned from a visit to Paint Lick relatives. done. Miss Anna King will be the guest of Mrs Vm Berkele, the last of the week. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Miss Mary Dunn. of Danville, is the AH parties having claims against the assign- charming guest of Miss Eugenia Bush ed estate of O I', stone this day assigned to Capt. T. A. Elkiu has returned from me will present the same to me at Stone, Ky., or my attorney, J. Mort Kothuell. at Lancas- Atlanta and reports the mule market ter, Ky.. on or before April 1st, lb'JS. dull. This Jan. ISth lb'JS. Rev. Henry F.tulconer closed a suc A. I). FOKD, Assignee 0. 1'. Stone. cessful meeting at Barbourville last It week. Miss Mollie Douglass, is visiting S. BEAZLEV, "Y friends at Lowell and Paint Lick, this PERSONAL. It Will Done Right NED BURDETT Since then she has not been heard from. It is reported that she was married at Junction City to Al. Good, a prominent drummer of Lexington, a but tins can not be verified. The Is arc very prominent Kentucky to improve in health. people. They are very wealthy and Miss Sophronia Smith, who has been connected with the Ilreekinridge, Bulquite ill at her home on Danville ave- lock and McGrathe families. The disappearance of Miss Kate lias created nue, is very much improved, and is quite a sensation. considered to be out of danger now. REDUCTION OF SALARIES. Capt W. J. Kinnaird's injured limb has improved sufficiently to permit him The I'.III Will Itn Keported Favorably to tliu Ilctii.se. to walk to town on crutches. The CapFkankfout, Ky., Feb. 5. The salary tain has had a hard time with that Teduction bill introduced by on. L. ankle. IS. Weatherford, the young member county, will be favorably Capt. AYhite suffered from more from Graves reported to the lioue. Some of the chills Saturday and has since been un- most importaut changes proposed are able to get out. It seems that the as follows: miserable weather is making it exGovernor, from S0.500 to 80,000; Adtremely hard on him. jutant general, from S2.000 to SI, 800, commissioner of agricultural, from Mr. Clifton Thompson' of Mt Sterling S2,500 to 52,000; auditor's clerks, from was visiting his uncle, G. S. Gaines S10,.r)00 to S12,000; insurance coiumis-bionefrom S:!,000 to 2,500; insurance this week. Mr. Thompson travels for a leading Louisville dry goods firm and clerks, from S2,ftQ0 to 2,000; secretary will make Lancaster regularly every of state, from SS.O0O to $2,500; state treasurer, from S:i,(00 to $:i,000. The sixty days. total saving is $2:1,700 a year. Em-mr, Emmal, of Mlddlcsboro, Ky., Mr. Geo. Miller sold a sow and five Mysteriously Disappears. shoats for $11. 53. Minm.KsnoKO, Ky., Feb. 5. Miss Kate Emmal, youngest daughter of W. John Gipson sold a calf to Mr. Thom1!. Emmal, of this place, and grand- as Collet for $19.00. daughter of W. S. Emmal, the millionMr. Ebb Cook sold 4 shoats to Mr. aire banker of Lexington, is mysteriously missing. Miss Emmal is a sub- Swesney Morgan for $15.05. stitute in the public schools, and W. II. Furr sold 33 shoats to SweeThursday morning she told her mother bhe was going to take charge of Miss ney Morgan for tc per pound. Jda Householder's room, who was sick. John Jac'tson who has been very Monej Promptly Fail and wife should know about the preparation that for half a century has been helping expectant mothers bring little ones into the world without JLU LUC IHClHUtrb Ul II1C ACUbUUK danger and the hundred and one Growers Insuranea Co.. and to whot it may concern: UlSCOmfortS and incident to child-birtIt Owing to the many inquiries rela flictr.-irtinn- c h. EVERY BRIDE Loss Satisfactorily Adjusted ai sick with pneumonia is convalesing. James Bjll hid a bla'jk mare taken Sunday night and has not heard of her since. Mr. John White has moved from Mr. E. II. Walker's tenant house to Li . is applied externally, which tive to the loss of my dwelling by fire is the only way to eet relief. Medicines taken i nrprnnllv wiil not help and may result in harm- n'.ic.ltion and as shown In: mr Ttnltoir do more work There are three little things which than any other three little things created they are the ant, the bee and DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the last being- the famous little pills for stomach and liver troubles. lm Stormes' Drug Store. 1 3DE3STTIST. Teeth filled and extracted with out iain. Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. Otlice over J. K. Huseiden's hardware store, uein to Court House, Lancaster, Ky. FIRE a&jjMURAH C SPRINGFIELD FIRE AM MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK. CO; Piobiasonfi Hamilton Affts:! Ofiicc over Post Office. Laxcastkr, : : : Kkxtcckv. ALL WOMEN Should know that the Old Time" Jieinedy, Is the vst for Female Trnnblts. Corrects all Irregularities In Female Orirans. Should bo taken for CSanje oi Life and before Pliatcrs "0;d Time" RemeJies have stood the test for twenty years. JI ad? only by Npw Ppenrcr M5icine Co., Chattanooga, Tennesee. IT or sale by R. E McRobcrts, Lancaster KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall. All visiting Knights are fraternally inviG. B. SWIXEBROAD, C. C. ted. J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. he Indiana Farmer tells of a homemade "stalk breaker" which is con structed as follows; Take a square beam of hard wood 0x8, feet long; at the middle let in two 2x4 pieces, one inch deep, like the hounds on a waon: fasten down with lead screws, put in the wagon tongue, bolt on a piece across the front end of the hounds over the tongue to prevent breaker from dipping; bolt a 2x4, 13 feet long harl wool piece on under side of Week. beam, which can be replaced when Miss Everce Wallace, of Point Leav-elworn. U his will break three rows of has been the guest of Mrs. Joseph stalks at a time, does the best of work, Robinson. and does not scoot around like the Quite a crowd of boys and girls will pole and chains; it makes a fine impleattend the minstivl show at Stanford ment to run over the young clover while frozen, it breaks down weeds tonight. and stubble, and insures a crop of hay Misses Mary and Laura Robertson, free of trash. of Elizibethtown, are guests of Mrs. E. S. Ows'.ey. What p'.easure is there in life with a Herbert Kinnaird, the popular Mid- - headache, constipation and biliousThousands experience them dleob .rough express man, is here to ness? who could become perfectly healthy spend a few days. by using DeWitt's Little Early Risers, Miss Marie Warren, a pretty Stan- the famous little pills. Stormes' Drug ford lady, is visiting her aunt, Miss Store. Xm Jennie Duncan. Released by lrrienis. Uommy P.aughman. of Bov'c countj, Benton-- Ky., Feb. 9. John, Bill and has been the guest of Lancaster rel- Munroe llcndrickson, Jake Ham and atives this week. Lee Brindley, who reside a few miles came into town and proMiss Mary Lear, of Paint Lick, has from town, ceeded to paint everything a bright been spending a few days with Miss red. In a few moments Marshal Fiser Amanda Anderson. corraled them and landed them in the much to their surprise. Four Miss Eliza Jlucker, of Taint Lick, lock-ulater some of their wrs the guest of Miss Nona and Mollie hourstown and demolished friends came the door of into Douglass, last week. the city prison and liberated them. Attorney J Hunt McMurty is tl e Only one of them has been recaptured. I'ound st I'nt of Gold. happy father of another boy, the young Louisville, Ky., Feb. 9. Noah Cunman arriving lest Friday. ningham, a young and impecunious Miss Lula Bitson has improved very farmer residing near Shullletown, in much during the past few weeks and Henderson county, Ky., found an iron is gaining ground rapidly. pot containing $1)0,000 in gold and silver. The pot also held $:J00 in confedMr. W. B Jarvis and son, Joe, are erate greenbacks, a wool hat and a revisiting friends at Portsmouth, Ohio, volver. The pot was uncovered by the the 12th. and will return recent Hood in the Ohio. Circuit Court at Cadiz. Miss Jane Lusk. after a short visit Cadiz. Ky., Feb. 9. The regular to her aunt, Mrs Lizzie Denney, has term of the circuit court convened here, returned to her home, near Paint Lick. the newly elected circuit Judge, Hon. Mr. Vv'm. Fox and bride, of Eton, Thos. P. Cook, and commonwealth's K. Howell, being present. Ohio, are here on their bridal tour, attorney, W. Court for the first time in the history the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Jo- of this county was opened with praj-e- r seph. by Judge Cook. To Abolish Days of Grace. Sam Joseph, the Cincinnati shoe Fiiankfokt, Ky., Feb. 9. Among drummer, was here this week. This the new bills introduced in the .Kenis Sam's old home and everybody is tucky house Tuesday are the following; glad to see him. By Tracy of Covington Abolishing ex Misses Georgia McMillen and Minna days of grace for notes and bills of By Abele For benefit of Crutcher, of Richmond, are expected change. union labor. this week to make a visit to Miss Goebel'8 Bill In the House. Amanda Anderson. Frankfoht, Ky., Feb. 9. The house G. M. Patterson and pretty little committee on judiciary voted to report daughter, Grace Ilcllen, have retur- favorably the fellow servant bill, ned from Berea. The former continues which has passed the senate. l, home-about county. Mr. John Merrymaif and family are visiting at Mr. W. L. Liwson's and will move to their old home near n a fits and prepares every few days. organ, muscle and Mr. Jim Worrell so'.d 7 shoats to Mr. part of the body for Sweeney Morgan fo.-- 3;. Thomas the critical hour. It Worre also sold a bunch of hogs to robs child-birt- h of its McCarley & Lawson for :)j per pound. tortures and pains. Burglars entered th-- residence of Baby's coming is made Roy Steward one night some time quick and easy. Its back taking about $30 in money and a action is doubly bene- shoulder of meat. They entered on a v ficial if used during the whole ladder by an up stairs window, leavperiod of pregnancy. ing all the doors open when they left 1 per bottle at all drug stores, or the family were asleep and dfd not awaken until sun up. They think sent by mail on receipt of price. thiiy were chlori orrned. Books Free, containing valuable InforWhooping cough is the most dis- mation to all women, will be seat to any address upon application by tressing malady; but its duration cm To Inspect Asylums. hi cut short by the use of Oae Minute The Bradfieid Regulator Co., Fraxkfout, Ky., Feb. 4. The com- Cough Cure, which is also the best mittee on charitable institutions left known remedy for croup and all lung Atlanta, Ga. Thursday morning for the Lakeland Stormes' Insane asylum, where they go on an and bronchial troubles. LEAF. lm inspection trip. John T. II in ton is Drug Store. chairman of the house committee and Mrs. C. B. Engleman has been quite George H. Alexander of the senate At the Union Stock Yards, Chicago, ' committee. The members will return 111,018 horses were handled last year, sick for several days. Thursday night. Later they will visit or 0,003 more than the year previous. Most of our neighbors took advan Ilopkinsville and will then be ready to tage of the cold snap and filled their make a report of what asylum legislaChildren and adults tortured by ice houses. tion is needed. W. B. Adams, of this place, was mar burns, scalds, injuries, eczema or skin Uliylnp Kentucky ToIkscco. diseases may secure instant relief by ried to Miss Cordie Bustle, of Rock S. Louisville, Ky., Feb. Jt was stated on the tobacco breaks Monday using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It castle, on the 8d. that L'ggett & Myers, of St. Louis, is the great Pile remedy. Stormes' El Adams, of Eldorado, Ark . is buy lm have purchased 10,000,000 pounds of Drug Store. ing a car load o: saddle and harness burley tobacco in the country in Kenhorses to take back with him. He is tucky this season and are still in the paying from 30 to STo for them. Quits. hunt for more. Thc3' have also been Said a young and tactless husband There is talk of a sunday-schobe large purchasers, at the regular LouisTo his inexperienced, wife, ing organized here soon. That is a ville sales. The result of this purchase "If you would give up lending move in the right direction for there will doubtless be an advance of from Such a fashionable life, to two cents a pound. are a good many children in thts vicin And devote more time to cooking-H- ow en, to mix and when to ity that ought to be going every Sun l'anif at a funeral. perhaps, you might make pastry day. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 8. About five Such as mother used to make," Sam Pullins, who has ben grad hundred negroes attended the funeral And the wife, resenting, answered of Sanford J. Howard, the colored Bapually declining for some time, died on (For the worm will turn, you know), tist preacher. Services were to hae the 4th. Uncle S.im, as he was called "If you would give up horses been held in the Auditorium, but just by everyone, was wjll liked by every And a score of clubs or so before the corpse arrived the high body that knew him. He had lived a To devote more time to business steps leading into the building fell When to buy and what to stake christian life and was perfectly wilwith a crash, burying a number of Tkcn, perhaps, you might make money, ling to go. The poor old fellow felt people in the debris. About fifty perSuch as father used to make" that he was in the was here and praysons were injured, but none of them G. S.T., in Blooklyn Life. ed for the titns to come. fatally. j one-habake-Th- Mother's Friend 1 jss was not certified by Mr. G. T. county board, to tha company for payJ nr.fi ?n lucttr.OT, ment Until Vr.tr sixty days thereafter I received the en- - and cheapness every farmer should consider our company before insuring elsewhere. Yours truly, N. Xoe. The 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 carry ing it, should coa'er with D. W. Dunn, Danville, solicitor for Boyle county, Jesse Doty, Ilyattsville, solicitor for Garrard county, II.CBaughman, Stan ford. 15. B. Kendall, General Manager, Lexington, Ky. Jan. 28, 3t- m44A4AMi and Summer Colic i lulll Vl$ in five Neuralgia and Toothache minutes. Sour Stomach Complaints. Price, CUBAN RELIEF cures 25 Cents. NSW LIVERY. 3; I have purchased the Wnlker stable and am prepared to furnish the (i J I Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given rjy t commercial j. ruveieis. 1 j ' I I I RICE BENGE. R. KINNAIRD'S Insurance Agency Representing Over - 557,000,000 Companies Etna, or Hartford. Queen or America. - In the following Fire Insurance Investigation of O Ulcers. Fkaxkfop.t, Ky., Feb. 7. In the senate will be introduced the resolution to investigate the ollieers of the senate to s e whether there is any truth in the report that they have been lobbying against ccrtaiu measures introduced by members. lace, who killed Harve and William Tople in a fight over a game of cards and was himself badl wounded, is reported to have died of his wounds in Leslie county. Carlisle County Populists. BAnmvKLL, Ky., Feb. 8. The populists of Carlisle county met in mass convention at the courthouse and re organized its county committee ami unanimously adopted a resolution to stand by their last national platform und to continue business at the sumo old stand. John T. Taylor, of Bard-wel- l, Pineville, Murderer Keported Deuel. Ky., Feb. 5. Lew Wal- NEWSPAPER! IT ONLY COSTS I will sell my farm of 73 acres situated in (Jarrard county, 2 miles northwest of Paint Lick station, on Ij. & X. Railroad. has on it a the It new houe with six rooms, a new barn and other necessary buildings and also a good tenant houie. There is a well of water at the door, the best in ilie county, not failing during the drouth last summer. 'Ike water is so cold that we never h ive to use any ice in the hotest weather. The farm is un der good foace and is very pro iuetive and will pro. luce anytning that grows in this countrj-- . It is supplied by a spring o puru running water that never has been known to go dry. My reason for selling: My physician ad vises me to chansre climtte on the account of my health. Address 2 National of Uartfort. Phenix of Brooklyn. Hartford or Hartford. Manchester or England. Connecticut or Hartford. Noith British and Merchantile. Herman American or New Yorfr. Liverpool and London and tilofee. I also represent the old reliable 'tew York Life Insurance LAND FOR SALE. I desire to sell privately part of my farm on Dix River, about miles from Joel Walker bridse. The tract contains from CO to 70 acres to snlt purchaser, all lies in one boundary To read every day In the year C. B E.N'GI.KJIAN, Paint Lick, Ky. The Louisville MANSE. Dr. B. F. "Walter, li was elected chairman. IVants 830,000 Damages. Evening Post. The Evening Post has the . 1 dentist office over "Winchester, Ky., Feb. 7. The x of Owen Burch has filed suit against the L. & N. Railroad Co. for 30,000 damages. Burch was killed in a wreck several weeks ago. The Senate Passes the Racing: Hill. Ficankfort, Ky., Feb. 7. The Bron? Eton bill to suppress poolrooms and tq limit racing on Kentucky tracks to of not exceeding two meetings a 15 days each was passed by the senate Saturday without a dissenting vote, and a motion to reconsider was tabled. Senator Bronston made the onjy speech for or against the bill, and it passed, without amendment. I'oolroom Hill I'assos the Senate, FnANitFor.T, Ky., Feb. 7. The Bron Eton poolroom bill passed the senate Saturday and will be sent to the house at once. Market Reports. State News. hranK nrF wpwu Yvusniiigiuii news- Women's Page. Children's Page. rates By Mail Months 12 6 Months 3 Months 1 n,y $2,00 1.50 1.00 SO Month CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. Sample Copies Furnished On' Application. Ballou's store, Lancaster. 2t The sick of this community are improving. Mr. Joe. MeCormack ia in Cincinnati this week. Jim Woods, who is in business in Cincinnati, was at home last week. Miss Jannie Higgins will open her school at this place next Monday. Miss Jennie Kavanaugh is visiting relatives in Madison county this week. Miss Willie May Denney is visiting friends in Richmond. Miss Minnie Woods, a charming young lady of Hustonville, who has been visiting her cousin. Miss Jennie Higgins, is now the guest of her aunt, Mrs Wm. Wallace. Excellent land, well fenced and plenty of water. Easy Terms. Jan. 23, 'IS. JERRY P, BLAND. KAIL ROAD TIME TABLES. Jouth-b'n- d North-b'nMorth-b'nSouth-b'nd Mixed, passes Lancaster, 3:10 p. m. 8:00 a.m. " Mixed. 4 0 r. sc. " ass'gr " N'orth-boun- Sorth-b'n- d South-b'nd 3outh-bouu- d " " 833 p.m. Knoxvllle Branch. Mail, passes Stanford, 1237 p. M. " 3:13 a.m. Express, " 12:0-" Express, " P.M. " " 1:27 p.m. Mail, PASSES DANVILLE. NORTH BOUND. f , Queen Jt Crescent Koute. Number 10 (Daily except Snnday)....S:09 a. m. 1:41 p.m. Number 6 (Daily 331 a.m. , Number 1 (Daily) Flag 3:30a.m. Number 2 (don't stop) S0CTU BOUND. 11:55 11 cures Number 1 (don't stop) Number 5 ( Dally ) IMIIlVl 3 Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu- Number 9 (Daily except Sunday) cents. Numbers (Midnight Has) Daily Sores. matism and Price, 25 DlMtA CUBAN OIL a. m. 22 a. m. 8:10 p. m. 11:55 p.m. kicick'kk'k'k'k'kit.it'k'k'kkkkk J We are Now Prepared To Take Your Measure FOE, I American III ' Patriotism and good sense go together in choosing I k A SPUING SUIT jjr Having received a Complete Line of Spring Samples from Three of the Leadhats ing Tailors of America. These lines embrace all the Latest Novelties of the hats like Pants, to measure, Suits, Made to Measure, from $12.50 to $35. Stetson Hats Season. and Soft Felt Hats A perfect fit guaranteed. . Don't fail to give us a look be quality and wear. J from $4. to $10. most sale, Nev Spring Styles fore placing your spring order. hats. No hats in the T world like 4. no American Stiff fore- - for on fc LOGAN & ROBINSON, South side Public Square. LANCASTER, KY ELDER SISTER'S now lie marries, ami not oijjjt so, B.ii-PASSED ing eternity under obligation when but .marries n black woman from helpless nrouiui Ethiopia, and Miriam is so disgusted Vruy W.iifr fir the Imp c!ishe dcrepded her of Food ,ii:lsay IIiolul inn I':is;i-it- . from the perils aquatic, reptilian and outraged at Moses, first beHQ I'HANKAHtT. Ky.. Feb. I). Senate The She it was that cause he had married at ali, and To Influence the Younger Brother's and ravenous? Ilrnastou r solution to appoint ii rommluue. brought that wonderful babe and r.c.t because he had .practiced misceWay Through This Life. reply to Stuator Lindsay's was the his mother together, so that he genation, that she is drawn into a' lirst thins tn'cn up in Uio Tuusdsiy. ami to he the deliverer of his frenzy, and then legius to turn white, it was adopted without further ttclmu by u Keen No was reared Mat for Miriam There Would Have nation, when otherwise, if saved at all and gets white as a corpse, and then, Vote of '0 to 0; .lie Frazler billto requisite ilio Aloxtn ller Mrvotlon Saved Him to the A GREAT PROGRAMME. nnd foo.l by from the rushes of the Nile, he would w Inter than a corpse. Her complexion manufacture to 0;sale or houiu wis to anicu.la World Iteautiful Sermon by Kev. tlio vole or 28 bill ke chalk; the laet is, she has the th'e have been only one more or the is laws in rcsrsml The Story of the Revolution by to admission lr. T. UcWltt Taltuiige, ! u Pharaohs;for Princess Therinutis Egyptian leprosy. And now the o" testimony bi ; llow'uu; tJio husband Our plan is a new application of an old principle, aud is based Senator Henry Cabot Lod;e. to run would have inher to Talmairc's text last Sunday was Ex- - of the bathing-housbrother whom she has defended or wife ea.-- was ,or or uiailnxt each oilier hi throughout the year. (For the first the. actual experience of successful life insurance companies, ; hick of, j- afar ited the crown 01 i'jypi;itu .rou Ami his sister stood ruU.. comes to her reaeue divorce, majcrity.deft ideaintroduce;:' a .on the Nile U'oninirnd lMls child of her own this adopted cJu.a in a period of over 200 years. The same principles govern both, ouly-W- E time all the modern art forces and rea that brings her "aud concerning mundians. ' by aiuhorizln off. to wit what would bo done to hiiu." j rayer coro restoration. to sources will bj brought to bear upon come have ould Princess Tlieriuulis, daughter of Let there be no room in the county judrc to :ypoiut the shcrilf to act pay while you LI VIS. mere II ml curtain cv.se.s; to ptini.sli the Keyolution. Howard 1'3'le and a Pharaoh, looking out through the lat- nation. your hoiss for jealousy either to sit or as guardian ininj; or poison stock, to ami nil ' lie corps o: artists are making1 over" 10") iiiain there would have been no Mo- - stand. It is a leprous abomination. Your tice of her bathing house on the banks THEY pay when you DIE. guardians so the mother t an not in; the What a garland of faithful sisler- brother's success, oh sister., is your of the Nile, saw a curious boat onhelm, paintings and drawings expressly for of the m.lody or a child under II by For how many a lawgiver, aim success. His victories will he your will or deed or thu father. ood! WE offer the INVESTMENT features. river. It had neither oar nor this gmat wcrlc.) useless, anyami how niaiiy it victories. Fop while. Mosjs, tin brothIIor.su Dills kurn.lnet4: Providing tli.it no ow many a hero, aud they would have THEY protect in case of DEATH. Captain A. T. Mahan's "The Amerliverer and how many a biliiil nro er, led the vocal music after t cross- primary clccti n shall In held ;i tliu same dayhow. There was only one passenger, asp cial or general elect ton is held: auand that a baby buy. It"- th Mel- the world and the church indebted to ing of the HM sea, Miriam, the sister, that With them, death is the moving factor, causing the payment of the ican .Navy in the devolution,"' to ba tnori.tii tne SJ15 r the KorUiru Kentucky watchful, loving, faithful, godly sis- with two sl.e.'ts of .shilling brass up not mal school propm ty and lo UKpoo or the illustrated by Carlton T. Cli.ipman, the lower, that brought the Pilgrim r? Come up out of the farmhouses., l athers to America, carried not so lifted and glittering in the sun, I 'd I rceeedh thereof: to compel steam engineers policy; witlwus, a definite and fixed mathemalical rule, in lieu of death, marine arttst; Harry Fenn, and others. ome nil oui in i - """""i'"music, clapping thu to pass an exvin'um'.ton ami obtain a certill-- c matures the policy. precious a load. The boat was made the mstrum;-2ita- l ThontasNelson Page's Fijst Long to I'foi'ii taking charge of an engine; i t ionics, come up from the bnnljs (jf the cvmbals till the last frisrhtenad luigli of the broad leaves of papyrus, tightling iiislallim-uproperty pajin. 1Io:i Novel, "ded dock A Chronicle of ami llitsMivsiii of pursuing cavalry hopiJ waj, f,.po;h-civ- il holders for street Uuprovim mis orexempting udsoii, and Penobscot, ened together by bitumen. n:s; for deconstruction.-- ' Mr. I'age has deah, and the Mobile, and the .uissii- were sometimes made of that material, road over.scers from sen ue on jiiric-- and frum In the wave and the poll tax for road and bridge purposes. After ppi, and nil the other MU's 01 Aincrt helmet went under. as we learn from Pliny and Herodotus The)' figure 011 so many men out of a thousand dying we figure voted four years to the story, and he passing the Maliory bill, r pealing a, and let usseeyou, mo Miriams woo considers it his best work. (Illustrated and Theophrastus. "Kill all the HeHow strong it makes a family when 131'i of the Kentucky statu'e.s relating suction on so many policies, They kill the man we kill the policy. Phatl atched mid protected the leadens it, all the sisters and brothers stand tobrew children born," had been .loehe-heby 1. West Clinedinst.) juilgm:!nt. and the- IJolr-bill, to teg- There is 110 reason why a man should die to reap the hen-- Rntlyartl Kipling, iw.and incdiciiicand njerchandlse.and gether, and what an awful wreck when ula.e the. amilyMu of fertilizers, the liou-- took raoh's order. To save her boy. Richard Harrt, and agriculture, and mechanics, they disintegrate, quarreling about a, Hp thu China school book bill, ltcprcsuuluiivc fit of his investment. the mother of little Moses, had ding Davis, Joel Chandler Harris, oncer boat and and religion! If I .should ask all pliyst- - father's will and making the surrot Chi mi inaile a strong argument In favor ot the put him in that hill, which provides for tho We return an average of $2.30 for every dollar paid us, and yet we George IV. Cable, and others, arc His sister Miriam launched him. ians and attorneys ana merchants ami gate's, ofiice horrib e with their wrang- j:'sides Using a maximum pricecontract system, Jo,' till school &tood on the bank watching that prelinisters of religion, and successful les. JJetter, whan you were little thil-- hooks. Passu 1, assume an obligation less than one-thias great as has been assumed under engagement to contribute stovious craft. She was far enough off len of all professions and trades, who dre in the nur.iery, that with y.ui' and paid for years by the leading life insurance companies of America. ries during lbl)3. COVINGTON COUNCILMEN not to draw attention to the boat, but re indebted to an elder sister for good playhouse inall.'t you hud accidental Robert Grant's "Search-IJgnd perhaps for an educa ly killed each other lighting iscro.vj urenoiiirh to offer protection. J here ullticiiees a Writ of ll.tbi-aCorpus In the the tion or a prosparoHS start, to let it be your cii.i'.le thou that, having come to Uruntcil Letters" repliet to various letters tihe stands on the bank Miriam, Contempt Case. Mithat e.itiic in consequence of his uown, hundreds would fesiuy. uo.i the a;e of maturity, and having in poetess; Miriam, the I.ir.ri:.i!:.'ci:, Ky.. Feb. 9. The Only about twenty (20) per cent, of the people are insurable. Only o a .Married Man" and riam, the faithful, though very human. tows how many of our Greek lehii&ns veins and arteries the blood of Kenton circuit court win reassembled Opiniyns of a Philosopher." id how flinch of our schooling was 'the h:iiic fittluv for in after time she demonstrated it. mother, you light at Independence at 1U:05 a. in. Ttas-(hi- the .sound and healthy, who least need it's advantages, can obtain lid for by minify that would oth- - i i:ch other across thu paternal gravj by Judge 'i'arvin. Miriam was a splendid sister, but The seven life insurance.- - Why should there not be a means provided whereby "The Workers" in a new field Walcollege man rwise. have gone for thti j!i1eshing in the cenu tery. had her fault, like all the test of u eoiineihnen who arc charged with con- the other eighty (So) per cent, of the population can carry au invest ter A. WyckolT, the will tell about who became a laborer, his While JJjc she. waUdied the boat f a fcjster'.s wardrobe. ll.iw If you only knew it. your in teres s tempt were present. experience with sweat-sholaborers A strong wind resounding containing her brother! rother sjiHcd oil' for a Judge Tarvin rescinded his ment the same as the favored few who can get.life insurance? Our mis- and anarchists in Chicago. (Illustra0.' all tins families of are mi.rht unset it. '1 he bMilalocn oircu prce the sister wotchetl him from the Hie earth that ever stoo I together,'! decision as to Attorney Henry llallaiu sion is to open the door to the entire population to enjoy the same or te I from life by W. 1L Leigh.) found there might in a sudden plunge tanks of the i.io.t i on.vucuou ; i fiu and a.,ain ordered the attorney held greater benefits for an equal or less expenditure, considering the ad- - The Theater, The Mine, etc., w;ll jf thirst sink it- - Some ravenous water was the eldest of the famliy. famijy of the Hqthseii.hls. A . Mayer for contempt of court. Miriam be treated in "The Conduct of Great owl might swoop and pick his eyes out Moses and Aar. her brothers, were Aiiselm Roliiselii Jn taking this action Judge Tarvin autage to be derived, and that those advantages may be enjoyed during Kusiness"' series (as were "The heat was about to d'u in Some crocodile or ounger. Oh, the power of the elder 181'i, he gathered his cltihlivu about said he had been misled l.v Halhint's Farm," "'1 he Newspaper, etc., in 'J7). life by the one making the investment. hippopotamus, crawling through the sistir to help lUfide the proiners lip A use lu 111. with numerous illustrations. .uiiiau, jidviser. Hut now he believed llallau Miriam character for usefulness and for hushes, iniarhtcrunch the babe. (Jinnies, aiid James an.l mala taem responsible for the trouble. "Xo one." Life at Girls' Colleges like the arSUCCESS. watched and watched until Princess II. :iven! She can keep off from promise that they voild always ba said Tarvin, 'Van practice in liii ticles' on "Undergraduate Li "eat Harevils than Miriam united on change. Obeying that in court who embarrass s it." maiden on eat;Ii side of Therinutis. it brother more vard, I rinceton and Yale," acd as, holding palm leaves over her head could have driven back water fowl or junction they haws is popular and based upon sound business princi richly illustrated. That our plan her llallam tried to argue and appeal, the mightiest, to shelter her from the sun, came imvn roekodih; from the ark of bulrushes. ommeieial pjwer on earth, and at t.io hut was not allowed to. ples, is evidenced by our large and increasing membership, as shown Political Reminiscences y Senator hit older sister decides tin- direction t and entered her bathing house. When XnwrouT, Ky., Feb. . At 2 a. m Hoar, who has been in puLI.c life for r lising or lowering 'of Lieu by our remarkable 'Exhibit of Growth, See literature. forty-hv- e years. from the lattice she saw that boat she in which the cradle boat shall sail. Ity latmns tai- - Tuesday the seven Covingtoa council or have ris?n the gentleness, by good sense, by Christian ordered it brought, and when ho.v men, through their attorney, obtained illustrates That We court the clysest scrutiny and most thoroug investigation. No C. I). Gibson will contribute two from the face principle she can tarn it. toward me len. leaves were pulled hack serial sets of drawings during ''JS, "A a large scale a i I a writ of habeas corpus from Circuit on tick. New York Day," and "The Seven Ages of the child and the boy looked up he alare. not. of wicked Pharaoh, but ot for selfish purposes, a unit.'d faar.ly Court Judge Hodge, of Catnpbi.il conn statement made that cannot be verified by actual results. aloud, for he was hungry and loly God; and a brighter princess than may achieve. P.ut suppo.' t'.i it, in- tv against ShoriM: Ho.iku and tin of American Woman." cried frightened, aud would not even let the riiermutis should lift him out of peril. stead of a magnitude of dollars as thq jailer, at Independence, returnable j . . jv rnc r.. .... rrj nrineess take him. The infant would even Religion, who-- e ways are ways of objeet, it is doing giud and making at 10 a. in. Tl Wednesday. The endorsement given this Company by the investment of bankers, form (2.1 pug''), printed in tico col rather stay hungry than acknowledge pleasantness and all her paths are salutary impression and raising tin.- ivi'it js returnable to Judge Tarvin, al merchants, ministers, doctors, railroad men, mechanics in fact, nun of ors, Willi numerous illiitrition (corer nnr one of the court as inotlicr. peace. sunken world, how much more ennob though the writ is a direction to the by 1'urrish), ii'Z Now Miriam, the sister, incognito, The older sister, how much me worm ling Sister, you do your part, and coroner of Kenton county. Tarvin business sagacity in every vocation of life is an evidence of the soundness of nnd decorations gent upon application, postage punt. jio one suspecting her relation to the owes her! Horn while yet the family brother will do his part. If Miriam, will have to decide whether his first our sys'em. child, leaps from the bank and rushes was in limited circumstances, she had will lovingly watch the boat on the action was coerert. Each of the conn, 00 .v year, '2. cents a numreil down and offers to get a nurse to to hold and take care of her younger Nile, Moses vi I help her when lepruu.j cilmen is under .",0JU bond. Thh ACTUAL RESULTS, AND OPINIONS OF SOME OF OUR CER rnici:, Ciiai:i.i:.s SciauxKit's Son's, New York. And if there is anything nacifv the child. Consent is given, and brothers. opinion o; Wits done to show the TIFICATE HOLDERS. disasters strike. she brinoJochebed, the baby's mother, that excites my sympathy, it is a little the judge on the gravity of the situa When father and mother are gone Rkv. J. V. Rii.kv, of Mortonsville, Ky., says: "I have had an investment 50 YEARS' incognito, none of the court knowing girl lugging around a great l:i. child and they soon will be, if they have not tion. EXPERIENCE that she was the mother; and when and gctjling her ears boxed because she ilrcady made exit- - the sisterly and Judge Tarvin refused to discuss the in the Southern Mutual Investment Co., of Lexington, Ky., for more than three uy the tune fraternal bond will hi: the only liga writ before its presentation. It was years. 1 have hail arrived, the child stopped can not keep him quiet! Jochebed couoons to mature by redemption, wiuea eost me less crying, for its fright was calmed and she gets to young womanhood she is ment that will hold the family to.?.th- - utid- rstoud that an effort would be than S503.0), and returned to me its huntrcr appeased. You may admire pale and worn out, and her nttractLexixgto.v, Kv., September 10, 139". llow inanv reasons for your deep made to swear him oil' the bench to Joehcbed the mother, and all the ages veness has been sacrificed on Hie iiid unfaltering affection for each oth- - prevent his hearing it. To whom it )? concern. may admire Moses, but I clap my altar of sisterly hdelttj-- , and she is was served at 11:53 a m. The writ Iloekcd in the same cradle; bent This is to certify, that my husbanl, W. F. White, about three years ago, in hands in applause at the behavior o consigned to ccjibuey, and society calls over by the same motherly tenderness; Tuesday. Tarvin men say it gives th vested in the Southern Mutual Investment Co. Since that time there have Trade Marks "Mirinm. the faithful, brilliant ami her by an unfair name; hut in Heaven Designs for by the same fathers weary judge the control of the matter, as it been 20 coupons to mature, on which the Company has paid his estate Sl,''"21 00. toiled In most strategic sister. they call her Miriam. Copyrights &c. and aehingbrow; with common in prevents a similar application before Thes2 coupons cost his estate lass than 700,00 to mature them. I am pleased inn Anyono sending a sketch anil description m..r "Go home," some one might have families the two most undesir heritance of all the family secrets, and anyone clse iulckly iisrertnln our opinion free whether nil places in the record of with names given you by parents whq with tho investment he made, anl am still carrying 01 coupons in the Company, said to Miriam: "why risk yourself ou able THE VINTER SALE Handbook on l"atenta tiomstrictlvconlliJentinl. Mauy E. White. there alone on the banks of the Nile births are the first and last; the first started you with the highest hopes foi eaten!. svntfree. OMest acency forsecunnsCu. rccetro Patents taken throucli Munn breathing the tuiasma, and in danger because she is worn out with the eares your happiness and prosperity, I Of Trotters at Ky., the lie: ilHclal notice, without charge, in mo A Smith Browman, Mgr. J. C Hemphill, Agt., in Veais. of being attacked of wild beast or ruf of a home that can not afford charge you, he lov'nig and kind forgiv- T.r.xiNOTO.N", Ky., Feb. l. Second day fian? Go home!" Io; Miriam, the sis to hire help, and the last because she Lancaster, No. 11 Cheapside, troltcr.s ter. more lovingly watched aud brave- is spoiled as a pet Among the grand cirAMandsomely Illustrated weekly- Kentucky If the sister sec that the brother nev 01 u inter sale from all best here the Lexington, Ky. years, havers parts of culation of any scientstln Journal. Terms, i- a v defended Moses, the brother. Is he est equipages that sweep through the a S3'nipathi.er, the brother rear- - four months, SL Sold byall newsdealer. worthy her care and courage? Oh, yes streets of Heaven will be those occu er wants that the sister never wants an country bid. will see New York MUNN&Co.361Broa Wilkes Hoy. the trottin the CO centuries of the world's history pied by sisters who saerilie.'d them- escort. Oli, if the sisters of a houseIWarlit Kiiort. Branca Offlcs, t5 F SL, WashiDgtou, U. C. have never had so much involved in the selves for brothers. They will have hold knew through what terrific and .stallion, brought S.'5,CU0, going to 11. C. You Are Going North, Taken from the Louisville Times of arrival of any ship at any port as the finest of the Apocalyptic white damning temptations their brother Estill, Lexington, "Wednesday alternoon: Kincora broodmare, dam the landintr of that papyrus boat horses, and many who on earth looked oes in city life, they would hardly WHEAT No. 2 red aud longbeiry 95c You Are Going South, calked with bitumen! Its one passengc down upon them will have to turn out. sleep nights, in anxiety for his sal of four batter than :2::JJ, went to A. A. No 3 red and Ionsberry IWc; rejected 2Sc 31 ass., for .:00. was to be a nonesueh in history law to let them pass, the charioteer vation! And if you would make a Austin, I'oston, less; on levee lc less. Austin also paid Sl.O'iO for yearlin yer, statesman, politician, legislator, Clear the wayj A Queen is coming! holy conspiracy of kind words and You Arc Going East, CORN No. 2 white M'.;c; No. 2 mixed SOc Twiee-a-Wec- k organizer, conqueror, deliverer. II Let sisters not begrudge the time gentle attentions and earnest pray bv Wilkes Hoy daai Kincura. CATTLE Kxtra shipping $1233 4 50 John Kelly, New York, bought An had such remarkable beauty in child nnd care bestowed on a brother. It is ers, tnat wouui save nis sotit 4 C0 4 Light shipping You Are Going West', by Wilkes Ho' hood that Josephus says, when he was hard to believe that any boy that you from death and hide a multitude ot nunciata, I 0O' 4 25 r.est Butchers Courier-Journ- al carried along the road, people stopped know so well as your brother can ever sins, lint let trie sister uasn o.i in 0113 for soyo. 3 o."0 Fair to good Imtchers PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THE Hird, workmen vvouh turn out anything very useful. . W elj Eagle trotting stal to trazj at him. aud 3 50 SCO Common to medium butchers direction in discipl 'ship in the world, lion, leave their work to admire him. When he may not be a Moses. J here is only and the brother llj'S oil in another sire of Monb.irs. 'Jul,1!, etc., went Thin, rough steer.?, poor cows and 1 25 the king playfully put his crown upon one of that kind needed for 0,000 years. direction in dissipation, audit will not to II. A. Hell, Louisville. 2 25 Will scalawags (!. Itetisens, of New York, bought 3 50 3 S5 this boy, he threw it off indignantly Rut I tell you what your brother will be long before thev will meet again at Good to extra oxen 2 25 SCO And Evcrv Democrat, Every Republiand put his foot on it. lnc king. be either a blessing or a curse to so the iron gate of Despair, their blist Prince of. India, 0 years old, by Haron Common to medium oxen 3 75 4 fearing that this might be a sign ciety, and a candidate for happiness or ilkes, for S1.5S0. Feeders can, Every Man, Woman or Child who feet in the hot a lies of a con 3 2 C5 Stcckeis William .Simpson, New York, bought that the child might yet take wretchedness. He will, like Moses, ered can read will want to read it. 3 50 2 50 Bulls crown, applied another have the ehoice between rubies and liv sumed lifetime. Alas! that brothers tVmarylla, S year old mare, by Liberty down his for living 5 50 5 75 Veal calves According to the Jewish ing coals, and your influence will have and sisters, though do not togethereach Hell, for SI, GOO, and Amaryllis, 10 years Louisville & Nashville R. R. test. "Meantime, we prefer to take know 35 0045CO legend the king ordered two bowls to much to do with his decision. He may years, very often MILCH COWS Choice old, by Director, for 31,0i)0. other, and they sec onlj-- the 15 0C23 00 our chance with the conservative demFair to good John Cudahy, Chicago, pork packer. he put before the child, one contain not, like Moses, be the deliverer of a perfections that none of the virtues. im AND SO SCCURB and ocrats, lighting; within the party, to HOGS Choice packing and butchbought Alta Vista, stallion 0 years old ing rubies and the other burning nation, but he may, after your father 3 90 3 90 reform it of its excesses, and to restore ers, 225 to SCO lbs ilkes, for S9J5. coals; and if he took the coals, he was and mother are gone, be the deliverer by Ouy The Maximum Safety, INTERESTING ITEMS. Fair to good packing, ISO to 200 lbs.. 3 SO 3 90 it to its better uses, than to pursue an to live, and if he took the rubies he of a household. What thousands of 'out GO head averaged over S500, Good to extra light. ICO to lbO lbs.... 3 70 3 SO was to die. l'or some reason the child homes are piloted by brothersl ignis fattus which, if it had b;en more Acconnixc to mathematicians, it re 3 50 3 75 shoats. 120 to 150 lbs The Maximum Speed, Fat shoats, 100 to 120 lbs took one of the coals, and put it in his rhere are properties now well vested quires less exertion to ride 50 miles on Market Quotation 3 50 real, would have resulted in the elec 4 25 Fat mouth, so that his life was spared, al and yielding income for the support bicycle than to walk three safety 3 25 tion, instead of the defeat, of the free 2 75 Corrected weekly by II. B. North though itburned the tongue till he was of sisters and younger brothers be- miles. The Maximum Comfort, l'igs to 901bs400 lbs Roughs 150 to 2 75 3 25 silver fus'on in lS'JO, and which, with cotL indistinct of utterance ever after. Hav cause the older brother rose to the A sensation has been created in SHEEP and LAMBS Good to exsingular unanimity, the voters have ...dull, 10 and 11 ing come to manhood, he spread ope leadership from the day the father lay Madagascar by the appearance of a Eggs 3 50 3 75 tra shipping sheep The Minimum of Rates. 5 to refused to follow. The Courier-Journthe palms of his hands in prayer, au down to die. Whatever you do for carriage in the streets of Antanana- Chickens Kair to good 3 C) 3 25 Ileus is a democrat, not a republi the Ued sea parted to let 2,500,00a peo your brothers will come back to you rivo. It is the first one that has ever Young Roosters 2 00 Common to medium 2 50 3 to ) And he put the palms of again. If you set him an pie escape. Bucks 2 75 3 0o can; and it will under no circumstanRates, Time and all other Information will been seen in the country, and belongs Old Roosters his hands together in prayer, and the censorious, unaccommodating exam to the mayor of the city, Capt. 1 00 ces or conditions pursue a policy whesa Skips and smliawaes. per head be cheerfully furnished by f.0 to 7 Turkeys 5 4 75 1 bxtra .shipping lmbs lied sea closed on a strangulated host ple, it will recoil upon you from his 5 to ."Jc only FiFect is to continue the republiOld Gobblers C. P. ATMORC, G. P. A., Best butcher Iambs 4 2506 4 His life so'utterly grand, his burial own irritated and despoiled nature, I air to good butcher lambs 5 to .1' 3 7.V 4 25 can party in power." Miss May Fum.ku, of Tacoma.Wash., Ducks Or by LociSVItiX. KY. Tail ends 2 50 3 00 must be on the same scale. God would If you, by patience with his infirmities has been appointed harbor mistress of Geese $3.00to:fl.OO per doz, let neither man nor saint nor arch and by nobility of character, dwell that port and is the only woman in the Hides, Green to Courier-Journis The angel have anything to do with weav with him, in the few years of your world holding such a position. Miss Butter 10c a democratic paper, of six or him a shroud or digging for companion ship, you will have your Fuller became prominent in the west Feathers, fine white ;ecse "8 to ing for BLIKLENSDERFER issued Wednesday and Saturday 25 to gray " him a grave. The omnipotent God counsels reflected back upon you some a number of years ago by being the Duck feathers of each week. The Wednesdav issue20to'ilc left his throne in Heaven one day, and day by his splendor of behavior in some first woman to ascend ML Tacoma. Kags ...15 to 20c per hundred prints all the Clean News, and crisis where he would have failed but if the question was asked, " hither An English paper says that Hishop 8 to 15c Iron t the King of the Universe Going?" the for you. issue prints Stories, MiscelEllicott, of Gloucester, envoys the 20 to 2; Hones answer was, "1 am going down Don't snub him. Don't depreciate lany, Poetry, all matters of special inof being allowed to travel on any Calves, veal . . 4J 50 to $5.50 per head Lord took his ability. Don't talk discouragingly Aud the bury Moses." railroad in England free of charge. This terest in the home. It is edited by this mightiest of men to the top about his future. Don t let Miriam get unusual favor was conferred upon him Ilenry AVatterson. of a hill, and the day was clear, down off the bank of the Nile and wade in recognition of his heroic exertion in Built on strictly Scientific prin and Moses rau his eye over the mag out and upset the ark of bulrushes. administering spiritual consolation to Price $1.00 Year. nificent range of country. Here, the Don't tease him. Brothers and sisters dying victims in a railway accident ciples and of the highest grade m - You get 104 good papers, of six or valley of Esdraelon, where the lln do not consider it any harm to tease. near Tottenham, notwithstanding his terials. DURABLE, PORTABLE, eight pages each, for St Less than battle of nil nations is to be fough That spirit abroad in the family is one own serious injuries. This was while one cent a paper. and youder, the mountains Hermon of the meanest and mostdcvilsh. There the bishop was still a young man INVINCIBLE. and Lebanon, and Gerizim, and the is a teasing that is pleasurable, and is Cytkess lumbermen of Louisiana a re USEFUL PREHIUHS of Judea: and the village of Beth only another form of innocent railery; devising plans for tli3 settlement of liills g Are given Club Raisers, aud lehero therr,uand the city of Jericho but that which provokes and irritates men who cut timber upon the cleared Mardi Gras festivities of the most belonging to the Typewriter Trust Simplicity in construction aud not vast stretch younder. the and makes the eye flash with anger is lands. Mr. II. J. Luteher, in an inter commissions are allowed agents. elaborate chrracter this year at New produce, an honest product at an honest price. The Blickensderfer is landscape that almost took the old law to be reprehended. It would be less view with the New Orleans Pieaj-unc-, Courier-Journa- l, $6.00 I eiver'i breath away as he looked at i blameworthy to take a bunch of thorns said that in Pennsylvania and other Orleans and at Mobile. The Roy- the only, high grade machine at reasonable cost. Guaranteed longest Daily dnd Sunday. 1 yearyear Dally S.00 I learn from And then with a pang as and draw them across your sister's states where the lumber business has al Road is the Queen & Crescent. Portability, Interchangeable Type, Doing Sunday alone, x ve.ir Some features; Durability, 2.00 the statement that the eye of Moses cheek, or"to take a knife and draw Its flourished the land was settled up and Perfect Align was undimmed and his natural force sharp edge across your brother's hand placed under cultivation after the tim Vestibuled trains Cincinnati to New away with Ribbon nuisance, Adjustable Twicea-Wee- k . unabated God touched the great law till the blood spurts, for that would ber was exhausted, while in the south Orleans in 24 hours. Excellent ment, Unexcelled Manifolding. eriver's eyes, and they closed: and h damage only the body, but teasing, is it was left to grow up with brush and The only Typewriter receiving Highest Award at World's Fair. Im Courier-Journ- al through service. Only line runlungs, and they ceased: and his the thorn and the knife scratchin was of no further value, as it would proved since. Adopted by western Union leiegrapn And the disposition have been very expensive to cut off the ning Cafe, Parlor and Observation the heart, and It stopped; and commanded and lacerating -- SJJJVJ FOR CATALOGUE AND TESTI3IOXIAI.S.-m- & is soul. the brush. What is proposed now is to cars, One the saying: "To the skies, thou immor of It fare round trip for the And then one Divine hand curse BRO'S., Gen. RECORD,, house look after the settlement of that land innumerable of tal spirit!" was put against the back of Moses and holds that the brothers tease the sis by the men who were employed in cut occasion, from all points North. 125 E. Favette St. 91S F. St , N. W. Roth one year the other hand against the pulseless ters and the sisters the brothers. ting off the timber. Washington, D. C. All lines connect with the Queen & Ualtimore. Wd. breast, and God laid himsoftly down on Sometimes it is the color of the hair, $1.50. To kktain, and even acquire a good Crescent at Cincinnati and with S. lifted or the shape of the features, of an af Mt Nebo. and then the complexion, eat plentifully of fruiL We have made a special clubbing arin the Almighty's arms, was carried fair of the heart Sometimes it is by This is better than any outward appli R'y at Louisville. Queen & Crescent Route. HOOD, k rangement with the the opening of a care and placed in revealing a secret or by a suggestive All fruit is good sea You get to New Orleans 8:30 in and will send that paper SURGEON-DENTIS"crypt, and one stroke of the Divine look, or a guffaw, or an "Ahem! cations. the best of all are when in sea Handsome historical lithograph, col son, but those in hand smoothed the features Into Tease! Tease! Teasel For mercy's son at the present moment, as apples the morning. An important matLANCASTER, KY ore I birds-ey- e view of Chattanooga, and ours for the price named to all everlasting calm, and a rock was ro sake, quit it Christ says: "He that and oranges, etc., and especially ap who will renew and pay ter as a night; arrival when the city Office over J. C. Thompson's Jewelry store Missionary Kidge, Wallen's Ridge, in ed to the door, and the only obsequies hateth his brother is a murderer. advance, or to all new subscribers on Danville Btreet. ples, which act on the liver and help Now, when you, by teasing, make your is full of strangers, offers difficulty at which God did all the offices portions of the Chickamauga field who will pay in advance. Sample-copieand Digestive troubles are the digestion. Land and a Living priest, and undertaker, and grave dig brother or sister hate, you turn him or worst enemies that the skin has to in finding lodgings. as seen from the summit of Lookout of Gouricr-Journsent free on. .uu.w ger, auu ujuuiuci. her into a murderer or murderess. Are best and cheapest in the New fight against, and apples arc its best Oh, was not Miriam, the sister Don t let jealousy ever touch a sis- soldiers. While in season they should Queen & Crescent trains are the South. Land S3 to So an acr-i- Easy Mountain. Ilighest style of litho application. cWoses. doing a good thing, an impor- ter's soul, as it so often does, because be terms Good schools and churches. grapher's art. On fine paper; plate All subscriptions under this offer must be: eaten every day. whether with or finest in the South. sent to the No blizzards. No cold waves. New itant thing, a glorious thing when she ber brother gets more honor or more without other fruit. Their- cosmetic 10 cents in stamps Interesten In the South? Then send 10 cents illustratel paper, "Land and a Liv 10 x 24. Mailed for watched the boat woven oj river plants means. Even Miriam, the heroine of qualities are positively marvelous, and CENTRAL RECORD; 10 with asphaltum the text, was struck by that evil pas-- , they clear the skin and beautify it 3 months subscription for new paper "Zand ing," 3 m inths, for G. cents, in stamps. W. C. Rinearsox, Gen'l PjssV AgU, Q. nd made water-tigh- t P. A., Queen & and a Living" W. C RINEAESON, Gen'l W. C. KisEAitsox, Lancaster ,Ky ,'carry its one passenger? Did she sol sion of jealousy. Sbe had possessed S when all other means faiL & C. Route, Cincinnati, O. Crescent Route, Cincinnati Pass'r. Agt. Cincinnati, O. put all the ages of time and of a com- unlimited influence over Moses, and POWER THE SCRI BNER' S JIG MIIH Ml Co., OF LEXINGTON, KY. JIZIIJE FOR 1898 pas-c- d - il - s burn-In- -; actcou-ecniSi- bi-e- -- - Ml- I ro-- ( l INSURANCE IS A LAW OF AVERAGE. d. u rd quick-witte- MISSION. ht ns "-- " y .ir.-fnll- p Tue-da- y l. 1 AN NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE - Others Make Money. Why Not You? . Ma-tie- ld 4 - Scientific Jiitiericain If If If If It's Worth .Printing the 2." Print It, A y of of of CO al Des-lion- s. GJ CO G twice-a-wee- k eight-pages- , - priv-ilig- TYPEWRITER The King of Jollity Holds Court a XRXOJE, $35.00. line-Space- r. good-payin- -o. MOOBE Agts. CENTRAL law-give- r, For Only T J. Twicj-a-wee- Courier-- Journal, s . -