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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I VOLUME VIII Entered at the Post Office in Lancatter Ky as Second Class Hatter PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDKAU Cor Public Square and Danville Avenue LANCASTER KY FrIDAY FEBRUARY 18 1898 1 t tntnt NUMBER 47 TEIU1S OF yLdStiRIPTWN BURGLARS Cannot get through your doors if you will put on our substantial locks Neither can they Force OUCH Windows if the latter are supplied with our excellent Sash Locks They may succeed in Tearing Awayi the Roof but will not do so if you put on our substantial tin shingles They will not Steal Tinware Cooking Utensils as we sell these articles so cheap they will do better to buy them If you want to Make it Hot For Them buy one of our handsome and stoves We sell em cheap and guarantee satisfaction We keep everything in the hardware line Ue On The Sale Side by getting our prices before pur chasing elsewhere J R HASELDEN Col WG Welch Stanford W I Williams Lancaster C durable Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KT All business attended to promptly BATTLESHIP For the launching of the B ittleshir Kentucky at Newport News Va the Chesapeake and O io Railway wil make the following low round rates from name From Lexington 1200 Winchester 1200 It Sterling 1200 Paris 1200 Frankfort 127 J00 Stanford I2 and correspondingly low rates rom all other Ceatral Kentucky points Reduced Hotel Rates Reduced rates have been made at the Hotels at Newport News and a Old Point Comfort which is only a feu miles distance and connected by Elec trc Car service No other trip ever offered as many SOUL STUILNG EVENTS as does this one the rare opportunity of iombned and Navy life at the most historic spot in the United THINK j landing place of the Jamestown rending his British forces the battle of the Monitor and Merrimac and MOt Powerful Battle Slip of cur Navy and it w 11 be calla Kentucky Think of it As soon as the date of Launching is settled on it will be given wide pub licity in the papers YOUR PLANS Through sleepers will run from ingtonFor information write or any agent or GEORGE VV BARNEY D P A LEXINGTON KY WBL H WIUIAM u LaUll hill f fonts Iuallstcr reop1e from Inland Kentucky have Stats I 0FIT CaptJohn M A L x canon tile tit Richmond witnessin Army The launching RF g Call at my store and we will how to Git One of these Roasters Free Bring us your Butter and Eggs Will make you happy If you trade with us IANGDONS BREAD DAILY Groceries tap for Cash Fresh Oysters from Baltimore H M BALLOU explain rrs 5 rt IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER I 0 i i Q oeoeoeooe9eoooooaaeoeoaooooeooseeoeooooGOeeosoeeeeoeooooea eaooeooooo6oooooa Veal c Ires wanted Butler Fox J Typewriter letter heads at this office Towels and Qucensware at cost at S T Evans S T Evans will have Armours cold storage beef Friday Fancy homegrown hemp seed for sat at G S Gaines 11i3 receipts at the Old Maids Con vention amounted to For sale Corn by bushel hay by bale 1J 15 Northcott tf Orchard clover timothy blue grass and all kinds of seed oats at Gaines Wanted Veal Calves Will go to country and buy II 11 Northcott Wanted car load of Iron Bones and flags 1L B Northcott If Cheapest house on earth S T Call and try him Richmond street K v 14 i f 6000 00o0040a40oo000040004000080 S t 1 Evans J A Buazley Co headquarters for furniture carpet mattings wall p ipcr and windowshades The in the Court House worked to perfection Monday night Murdered Marcellus Have your old clothes cleaned and prssed up for Spring Prices able GEO EXTIXK Stop over Logan Robinsons store Lost between here and Danville o1 Wednesday a bundle wrappd in a newspaper Finder will be liberally rewarded by returning same to thi o lice The band dr s ed as old maids p raded the streets Monday afternoon in a large wagon advertising the Con vention It drew out as big a as the average circus parad j J A Beazicy Co will rec awe their line o U d rtaktrs Goods nex weik and will keep constantly on hnad everything to be found in a first class ts ablishmcnt Pompt attention insured tf You 3Iiiht Sign If the parties who sent in a commu nication on Disgraceful conduct on Battle Itov will give us their n iu s we will print the article Unsigned articles go The names are not publication Goods I have added to the old a new line of seasonable goods which I will sell lew for cash Call and see me at the old stand 24 J C Robinson Rid sow without any mark weight Came to my house last of January Owner can have same by paying cost and proving property Feb 18th J L WOKXER Lancaster Ivy Wall Paper I have secured the agency for a manufacturer and have samples of an elegant line of Wall Paper and will be glad to order any amount par tits may desire Call at my residence and get prices tf Mrs F L Austin 1rof Ici Evans Pof Ben Evans is teaching a sub scription school at Sallies school House in Madison Co these cold win ter days and has a very good atten dance lien says that since he has been teaching in the mountains the in the Blue Grass Belt have to smart for him It is said by knowing onrs that a Loyle cjunty farmer will soon lead to th hymanal alter one of Gar rar o most beautiful and young We are a raid to give the as the Boyle man has two many rivals h are not yet aware o the coming nuptials and who are still pressing their caims Lookout Clay The Last snake story since that of Garden of Eden comes from California A man once sived the life of a rattl that evinced the liveliest kind of grat itude and finally took up its abode in his cabin One night he heard a com motion on the ground floor lie ran down and f fund the rattlesnake hold dug a burglar in its coils with its tail out of the window rattling for a po licem in E c iVe Have Proof Dr Sam BurnsiJe of Texas has baen writing pretty windy tales to Lancaster friends agent hunting Last wean he sent TUB RECORD a picture o several strings of tail There c in b easily count e I birds and there are doubtless more which are not distinct J hese were all kille 1 in one days hunt and if you dont it the picture exhibition in TUB RECORD Office at The expense account of farmer grinding plow points at C K loindex ter nov2itf re San crowd want d New stoc Taken as tray about lbs ChH Ire got pOl uar accomplished ladies names som q t75 15e eve iso C electra by C C cannot fog e up E 30 leading u Fresh oysters for sale at 17 12 Ibs granulated s Jgar for 100 at Evans S T Evans handles the Ng Sfencer tobacco V Wanted hens at oe per pound II B Northeott fEggs wanted Will pay highest cash price B Fox JL Wanted 1 100 hens Will pay 5c per pound ths week B Fox Wanted furs hides tallow See us before selling II B Northcott A Buy your goods from Evans on Rich mond street opposite Mrs Hardens V Beginning with Feb 10th our term will be cash J C Thompson I will sell you package ct ffee at lOc Sugar at cost for cash T Currey I have two silver mounted show crsis for sale one 9 feetrand the other 10 J C Thompson OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOO OOOOOOOOOOOOO Norlhcolvb 0004 4 f s Remember our terms on and ate 10th will be spot cash J C THOMPSON Reports say Lieut Lucien Young is still quite ill in a hospital on the Mex ican coast Leavell Shoolr the color d barber charging him with seduction w Tailor Shop Cleaning pressing and repairir g promptly and neatly done by Ceo Extine Shop over Logan Robin store Corn Wanted If parties wishing to sell corn will bring it to me at once I will buy same T W Miller Mgr Pilgrimage Ds tillery 17 Xo TollGate News Nothing new this week on the turn pike situation The three roads pre viously mentioned still collect toll though there are no guards at th gates Cant White fetter The veteran typo Capt White was able to walk to the ofiice Wednesday He set a few sticks and said that did him more good than a dose of For Sale or tent I will either sell or rent my resi lence It is in good repair and in a good neighborhood For particulars call on either W II Kinnaird or my self Mary K Weisiger The electric light wires got ta ged by the high wind Friday night and the iacandescents or small light could not b2 used The streets were all right though The trouble was quick ly remedied S Y M C A State Convention Mays ville Ky Round trip rate from Junction City for this occasion via Queen Crescent Ronte is 350 Tickets on sale Febru ary 17th 18th and 19th good to return the 22nd Ask agents for particulars Strayed From my pasture on House place about Dec 15 one red yearling steer weight about 553 Liberal rewarJ for return Leave any information with T B Walker E T PENCE Ensign J R Breckinri Ige of the United States vessel Cushing was washel overboard and drowned He was a nephew of Judge R J Breckin ridge of Danville Young Breckin ride was a class and of County Attorney Letcher Owsley while the latter was a cadet at The excellent cut of Miss Bradley used in last issue was mane by Mayer Sjhlich the Louisville engravers The cut was not ordered til fats and came in only a short time before we went to press It was our intention to give a more extended writeup of the young lady in addition to that of the V C T U but lack of time preven ted Hollier Than Thou v Danville people observes the Pen ciler in the Danville Advocate Are as a rule just a little bit better than any other people on the face of the earth Of this I am firnly convinced for I have their own words for Its needless to say you have their own wcrds for it Everybody knows the average Danvillian thanks himsel a little tin angel and it is a stale chestnut to hear em bragging on themselves But twill be a blanked in August when anybody else can stomach sash gas Batter than ay other pecple Thats genuine Danville corncobosity They are so good over there that state malitia has to be kept oi guard to prevent Bar numa curiosity hunters from catching the whole lay out F U Lieut Xo Helter A dau her of Lewis Yantis colorer yesterday swore out a warrent against medicine Annapolis it I Touug C sons S roomn mate 8 cold day Y 1 Buy your tinware fr m S T Evan G S Gai ics is headquarters for all kind of S T Evans will have cold storagev beef next Friday 200000 trlcf for sale Greening Stanford Ky We print typewriter letter heads on excellent bond paper The best two horse wag in on th market at G S Gaines hay an 1 co n always on hand at C rus Easons for retail 128 4t Largest line Plows and Plow gear J R Haselcen Clover oat bluegnss and orchard grass always on hand at Gaines I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn Decorated art tissue paper for mat tie lambrequins lamp shades etc These are all new J C Bourbon Steam Laundry Miss Olivia S veeney is agent for tile Bourbon Steam Laundry Leave your orders at Sweeneys store tf Nw book the new clitic n of the bible with SOO illustrations Biblical plaster pieces etc QIO Vad s only per copy J C Thompson Postmuster at liryantsville A dispatch says Cot rsssman Davison has recommended Bin G Mulins for postmaster at Br antsvillo Ivy J timothy Ilease head 5c Washing on g sees S- Pence Thompson New Enterprise O G Speake has purchased a fine saw mill and will locate at Joel J Walkers Speake is hustler sure make a success Save Me Your Laundry I have agency for Troy Stem Laundry with headquarters at Jo ephs store Will call for work de liver it promptly and appreciate your kindness LKSLIK HKKNUOX tf Straye 1 or Stolen From my farm Monday Feb 14 a ed dehorned cow about 7 years old Lberal reward for return to Mis FAXXIH M FAURA Lancaster Ky Mrs Charlotte Ball sixtyf mr years old was a consistent member of the B tptist church spice sl e ivas eighteen old She lvel a true earnest Christian life until God in His infinite wisdom called her homefro this worlu to her home on high Feb 2 1SU3 Meeting at 1resbyterian Church So much interest has been awakened in Rev Henry Faulconers m etinj g that it was decided to continue them through this week The house is crowded every night and it is believed the services will result in much good The boss have away of sacking5 or canning every dog they can catch en the street It is lots of fun but when the wrong mans dog is caught some body will get into trouble Some men will fight over a dog quicker than over one of their family On To Louisville The two darkies Buggy Horse and Geo Wallace arrested for selling whisky on Battle Row were taken from Mt Vernon to Louisville for trial The case will come up this week Buggy Horse gave bond back home Joe Waters Shot While hunting near his mothers in Boyle Mr Joe F Waters met with an accident that will lay him up for a long time His rifle dispharged as he was getting over a fence the ball through his left foot and ugly and a very painful wound He is still at his mothers where his wife Ins joined him Stanford Jour nal Uniform tank The Uniform Rank Knights of Py thins is now being reorganized in Lan caster and bids fair to make one of the largest and best divisions in the state New officers will be elected soil we understand G Bright Swinebroad will be made captain He would make a and take the interest required to keep up an organization of this kind The division will attend the National Encampment to be held in Indianapolis next August and will probably take the Lancaster band ExpertGardners- We overheard some gentlemen talk ing or rather bragging in Stormes drug store about gardening Dilly Romans said he had made preparations to sow radishes and several other Jno Stormes said he planted tomatoes onions pump kips and pees Bob Kinnaird then said he had oaiocs two feet high peas coming up and corn in the ground About this time Maj Jim Barnside the oldest and best gardner in Ken tucky came in and started to tell what he had but the crowd scattered and skated home over the snow ice 1 frozan ground andwill tie of andcam making- an capitalofficer along vegetables had an Bail years passing already Planters CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic Neuralgia and in five minutes Sour StoMcb adUTooth Complaints Price 25 Ctateand Summer t iJf J- ftJ i v 7 Three cakes soap for 5c R A Little Elizabeth Collier daughter of Mr and Mrs J K Collier has been quite sick with pneumonia but is rap idly improving New Firm at faint Lick Mi srs R L Jennings Co have purchased of the Lackey liras their stock of goods at Paint Lick and will take possession in a short time Mr Jennings is a wideawake hustling business man and will run things in uptodate style Old House liiimctl The house occupied by Jno Yeakey on the Cook farm near town was de stroyed by fire Wednesday morning This was the house in which a man named Wimont killed his wife moth er two daughters and hanged himself The Wilmint tragedy occurred about fifteen years ago In his frenzy he cut the womens throats with an axe while they were in bad asleep His two sons ayoung lady visitor made their escape to the woods dered about til day For Congress lIon J Mort Rothwell told a RIc OHD man that it was his intention to make the race for in this dis trict next fall lie was asked if he e rjd a hot fight for the and replied that he had sufficient pledges from leaders to make his nom ination sue He said that no one any showing who jr been the levst bit weakkneed on the money question and as the mnj ir ity knew him to have always teen teeth and toenail for silver that fact was all he needed lIe is confident that the next representative will be a lemocrat and is very sanguine of his an andwan nom nation wouldstand hade Stony C congress succss Paint Lick Ky It cost to advertise and we lo not advertise for fun or pastime but mean business strictly We do bjliuve that we are in shape to give you as good 11 jur in exchange for your wheat as can be made and as most all wheat that was raised in ISJT was jrood it i a rain except in that wa fill to ivo our customers Si lbs of our fault l ss flour and 10 lbs bran bushel of wheat If you will try us with a wagon load of wheat we are sure you will come again We are to exchange Hour Sunday We guarantee our Hoar just like we do when we sell it If it is not pool return it anl wo will yon KvitXAJI vt RuitKKIt Spring Announcement I am receiving Spring and Summer samples from four of the best Tailoring houses in America md I will continue to sell at lower orices and smaller profits than you can find elsewhere Only the best quality of goods oifjrcd No shoddy Satisfaction in every particular or no pay Warnainaker and Brown have the largest house and the largest trade in the nation Compare goo Is and prices and you will give me your order On March 15th 125 tickets will be placed in a box and each of my caste mers who bought goods during the season just passed can draw for the number which will get the fine pair of pants offered as a premium M D HUGHES Agent A Sad Death This conr mauity was greatly shock ed Vt daesday morning to learn of the death of Miss Sophronia Smith which ore irred about 3 oclock that morning The dacisas d was quite popular among the young people and was a noble type of pure womanhood She was in ths 4th year of her age She was tacen ill while attending the Worlds Fair but improved greatly aterward Litter on consumption developed and on a recent visit to Chicago she was taken so ill that it became necessary to remove her back to Kentucky She was the second daughter of Mr and Mrs George Smith who reside Dan ville avenue Funeral services con lucted by Eld Gowen were held in the Christian church this morning at 11 oclock afer which the remains were laid to restin the Lancaster Cem etery J he bereaved family have the sympathy of their many friends in this great bereavement Curiosity Horse i Herndon the clever clerk at Stormes Drug Store has in his posses sion a ncwsp per which is quite a cu riosity The name is Ulster County Gazette and it bears data Jar nary 4 1800 It is remarkably well preserved and is filled with a report of leath and burial of Georsre Washing ton Some of the advertisements are quite old One reads as follows For Sale The one Half Interest in a Saw Mill with convenient place for building lying in the town of Roches ter By the Mill is an inexhaustible q lality of Pine Wood and also a Stout Healthy Activj Negro Wench Any person inclined to purchase may know the partculars by applying to Jno Schoonmaker at Rochester- N JV 23 1793 The paper was found in the attic of Dr Kinnairds office by S nk HilL Mr Herndon has been offered as much as tweatjfie dollars for it but reuses to sell TO CURE A COLD IK ONE DAY cents Uumllo for every prepared ever day on Th AllDruggistss Ioller tolls money except satisfy Merchant 1 to A BIG SUCCESS The Old Maids Convention Atfbrila Much Merriment ruin Amusement at The Court House One of the most en joy able and laugh able entertainments ever given in our little city was the Old Maids Conven tion held at the Court House Monday evening About thirtyfive young folks took part and each char acter was well represented The au dience was the largest that has assem bled in the Court Hous for many years and it was kept in an uproar of laughter from beginning to end of the show The first scene was the arrival of the delegates in Lancaster Each carrie I six or eight bundes bandbox es and baskets soma brought one brought her parrot sister even brought her ca nary cage and all to enjoy the meet society deg andanother goodold ing The session was devoted to calling roll fixing up committees and giving in experiences of the members of how and why had never married The latter were rich as the names of many of prominent bachelors were brought in and created much applause and laughte The second act was called afternoon session at which the Rejuvenating Machine was introduced Mrs Miffjns Mrs IL T Emory u ho is the inventor of the machine brought in two specimens of its work and after some persuation thin members t lC run through the process Much fun was brought into this work The old gals were put in at a trapdoor thcj ma chine given several grinds and a yourg i 1 After all the members had been rejuvenated they gave a beautiful May Pole dance which closed with a pretty tableau Between acts I and If Miss Georgia MaeMillen of Richmond gave a read which called forth a storm of ap plause and was highly complimented on all hands She is a beautiful young lady and the easy graceful manner in which she recited would have credit upon any professional The success of the entertainment is due entirely to the untiring efforts of Miss Amanda Anderson cart she deserves much praise fo so successfully carrying out the great un dertakingThere so many good points about the show that in order to con dense we reproduce from our boot the following Andis n was thar ye know There were 17 reserved seats sold Bright Swinebroad caught it in the neckHugh Logan was the suljjet of many rich j jkes my heart and now you steal my Kan garoo Sam Duncan may GO years a id not have a tooth in 1m head but hes CIITB just the same remarked one old sister Gabe Greenleaf Puny Beazley Cable D nny Sam Duncan Clay Sutton Jut L ar and Tink Anderson each caught the hot end of a good Mr O T Wallace and his estimable wfe furnished old time music with fid lie and piano for the Virginia reel Mr Wallace is a good fiddler and his kindness was appreciated One old sister said she was engaged to Clay Sutton the bar writer back in the forties but one day a big snake scared Clay so badly that he has since been afraid to venture far from home The May Pole dance was infer the direction of puss Mary Miller This charming young lady is entitled to much praise for the lovely manner in which this part of the program was carried out A stampede was created in the con vention when the sisters descover ed a man Letcher Owsley concealed in their hall He said he was a re porter for Time RECOHD and they im mediately fired him bodily The appearance of the New Woman Frank Marksbury created great in dignation among the members She came in wearing bloomers and smok ing a cigarette Oh Horrors dhe impudent brazenfaced wretch morning they were I in certainly XOT S- Tink Kangaroobrought b j o different Lancaster s tit indue beautiful reflected old rice 1i r11 jjC The Royal is the grade baking known Actual tests show it goes tllicd farther tksa otker highest powder one nay brnd b4KlfS POWDER Pure ROYAL BAgMO POwtJER CO hEw YORK Distressing Accident ing out from Danville Monday the ve the girl was thrown out and killed There is much talk as to who is to blame and the soldiers who were in charge of the gate are blamed to a great extent Ve have not learned the matter to say vh is to blame revenue Oiiice To Danville The department at ashingtoa has yielded to the strong plea made and to let Collector Yerkes move his otlice from Rchmond to Danville This will bi a big thing for Danville There are some eight or nine in the of fice force whose salaries aggregate 510000 a year There is one SI9JO place one 51500 four 1200 one 1000 and one 000 It is probable that most of tia force will move to Danville In addition to this the oilier kings a great many visitors to its town which is no small consideration It has not been deeded as to when the transfer will be mud liattleshiii Maine Tuesday night the bittleship Maine the pride of the U S Navy was blown up in the harbour at Havana 23 of the crew are dead and mixing kinds of rumors are afloat As yet no satisfactory explanation has been made and in the nature of the case nothing beyond theory can be advan ced but juitice demands that Capt Sigsbees plea a suspension of judg ment for the present to be observed Naturally in vexv of the popular ani mosity against SpiinthTe is no dearth of wildeyed opinon that some pet fiiious Spaniard is responsible the disaster but ev rything indicates an accident 1 he standing of Capt Sigs bee as a careful and capable officer is presumptive evidence that all the or dinary precautions against accident werj maintained on board the Maine and no needless charge of carelessness should be made without conclusive proof These Young Men Needed When merchants or business men of any kind see that they are going to need help in their stores or offices and find that it is necessary to employ such help they do not on the streets among the loaers nor into the saloons or billiard halls to find the young man to do their work Neither do they wait to get the scent of a cig arette and follow up its trail in search of a good Neither are they looking for the nice young man who is afraid to do a little hard work for fear it will blister his hands soil his fin gers or rumple his clothes While the businsss man wants help that is neat and clean in its habits yet above all he wants help that is not afraid to take hold and do whatever is to be done It would be a good idea for young men who are out ofemployment to remember some of these things No young man who makes a habit of frequenting places of evil resort and who persists in destroying his mind with cigarettes expect to bti able to get anything to do in this world where muscle ant brain are needed There is plenty of work for every one of some kind provided he is willing to do the work and futhermore is will lug to live so as to have the confidence of those who have the work to do Madisonville Hustler L andher attheenoughabout agreed andall or ft r Not walkout need tit Destroyed ass stant Prepare for Cyclones- By Insuring Houses Insure your Hemp And Take No Risk of Loss We write these Policies R KINNAIRD General Insurance Lancaster Ky your q t CENTRAL RKCORD VERY WEEK LANCASTER KENTUCKY Y AB IS ADVANCE IKRMS J100 60 25 FlfilDAY February 18 1898 IF the quality of blls being intro duced in the legislature grows much worse we will hire some big stout man to take us out behind thu and administer a sound kicking for the words of praise we utterel that body along in the of the session One of the re cent rediculous bills introduced that the County Judge of each county shall fix the hotel boarding house and restaurant rates for their county It provides that the maximum rate for firstclass hotels shall not 159 per day fifty cents per day and restaurants twentyfive cents per meal The bees and bedding shall be kept clean and neat and as plentiful as the weather demands The bills of fare and rates shall be posted in the cilice of the County Clerk If this becomes a law the next thing in order will a law setting forth what a man must cat how many chaws to take on each bit and the length of time he shall sit at the table Its hard to why a body of men containing so many bright members will tolerate this nonsense If things are indulged in much longer the sos sion will end like nearly all previous ones without accomplishing anything for the good of the commonwealth ZILYDRAM Pub11Ther tONE II exceed boardinghouses b suchsilly 4y- 140U1s woodshed toward beginning provides I understand SExon EXKIOUE DEPUTV DK LOME the Spanish minister to the United States kicked up quite a commotion in Washington by writing a letter to a Spanish official severely reflecting on the character of President saying among other things It shows once more what McKinley is weak and catering to the rabble and be sides a low politician who desires to leave a door open to me and to stand well with the jingoes of his party Having been detected in giving his impressions of the president which were not complimentary he took the shortest horn of the dilemma and cabled his resignation to the Madrid government It was none too soon for the very next cable flashed the re quest for his recalL The resignation was accepted and De Lome is a thing of the past officially lie is the con temptible dago who once before se verely criticised America her women her industries etc and Uncle Sam should have set the toe of his big boot under Da Lomes coat tail as soon as lie landed on American soil TIlE long and stubborn fight for sur veyorship of the Louisville port has been ended by the appointment of C M Barnett of Ohio County A major ity of those familiar with the strug gle believed to the last moment that the Lancaster man Cot Dan Collier would win and much surprise was man ifested when Barnetts name was sent in Col Collier so the dispatches say had the best endorsements of any and his friends labored faith fully for him but D boe the republi can senator demanded Barnett and the president listened to him The turning down of CoL Collier goes to further show the uncertainty of pol itics We believe the majority of re publicans in the state wanted Collier but the peoples wishes cut no ice these days nor have their desires had any weight with the powersthatbe for some years A man might take a petition to Washington signed by every man woman and child in Kentucky and one little sapheaded senator or congressman coud knock the appli cant into a cocked hat The plain people are very dear creatures about election time but it over they can go to Halifiax with their requests Wiro would have ever thought that the republican party would turn down the old soldier remarked Congress man Jerry Simpson at Washington the other day and yet that is what they have done in this Congress Time was when the Republicans could not do enough for the veteran but now it seems that time is past Do you know the cause for this sudden change Yes A tenyearold boy could an swer that The old soldier stands no show at the hands of this congress because it is composed of a lot of TO2n who were either too blanked big cowards to enlist and fight for which ever side they thought to be right or were at the time too little to remember anything about it A frend ship exists between all old soldiers no matter if they were on opposite sides and the mean things done and said to ward them invariably come from peo pIe who took no hand in the late un pleasantness at alL GEN DUDLEY who is counsel for Dr W Godfrey Hunter in the contest tajainst John S Rhea has let it be known that Dr Hunter is willing to drop the case though a Washington special says it is possible that the com mittee will try the case and declare Mr Rheas seat vacant if the is suficient A longsuffering public hoped that Hunter would be heard of no more for a while at least FOUR weeks from last Wednesday the legislature will have run its course If the members expect to do anything it is high time they were about it A thrill of terror is experienced when a brassy cough of croup sounds through the house at night But the terror soon changes to relief after One Minute Cough Cure has been adminis tered Safe and harmless for children Stormes Drug Store McKinley applicant mply evidence 1w A J 1 STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST I t v a i4t STRUCK OUT Testimony as to Husband ami AVfe Most UP Iroiu Vurlifri in Divorce Case FKAXKKOKT Ky Feb 14 The sen ntc had nearly us many tidy bills members in attendance Saturday The following bills were passed Relieving stockholders in newspapers of double liability concerning jail physicians in Louisville house bill making Wickliff Ballard county a fifth instead of sixthclass city house bll fixing a penalty for failure of county school superintendents to com Thy with the law as to informing each Bounty school as to the manner of tending p P l the A 31 college The house bill changhfj tjji code as to testimony was also passed after the senate ha amended measure so as to strike out the provision allowing husband and wife to testify against each other in divorce cases The bill is amended makes no change in the law except to allow depositions of convicts In pertain casesThe senate act allowing school trus tees to employ sheriffs to collect school tax DESPERATE DUEL 3I n I inj Another lully Wounded and the Third in Iiil- LouifrVUiK Feb 14 A desperate duel was fought with knives and pis tols betxvccn George Vogt and Ar thur J Waldron Sunday at Fourth avenue and K street Fred Vogt the son of Gorge Vogt was also drawn into the encounter result Wald ron is lying at the city hospital in a precarious condition and is not cx pected to Jive Fred Vogt is at the Gray street infirmary wounded Pond the elder Vogt is in jail charged with malicious shooting dC dJ 4 e Ppo a to th One As a 0 her Lady The primary cause of the trouble was a murder case tried in the Jefivr son county circuit court about eight years ago The older Vogt was up charged with murder and the father of Arthur WaLlron was one of the witnesses for the state In con sequence a bitter hatred has always existed between the two families and finally culminated in Sundays affair Thfv Played llo Killing IOWIIVG GTKEX KyFob 14 A game of hog killing came very nearly ending in the death of a Rev 15 F Page Two children one aged a anl the other aged I were playing in the lot when they decided to play hog killing having seen the hands around the farm kill hogs a short time before The little fellow placed his head on a log and the older one down upon jt with an ax Luckily the blow was a slanting one and while the child was Seven New Smallpox Cusp 3IiDniisroiorGH Ky Feb 15 The mallpox situation was worse Monday Physicians discovered seven new cases during the day three of them being whiles C Abell brother of Chief of Police flail who runs a aloon on Nine teenth street was removed to the east end as a smallpox patient The cases of Charles Wlii taker a white boy on Eaktur avenue and white man named Murphy were discovered morning and they were placed in rigid quarantine There are now a total of tiS cases under treatment ICccaprtl Trial by Death LOITISVIIIK Ivy Feb 15 Tom Man ly died Monday morning at the jail of pneumonia The wife of tho dead jnun is in Cincinnati but the family reside in this city Manly together with nfl Harkius was charged with daring robberies Several weeks ago in broad daylight two man unlocked tho warehouse of Win G Meier Co the tobacco warehousemen Eight hogs heads of tobacco valued at 1509 were removed and shipped to Cincinnati for sale Manly and Harkins were arrest ed and charged with the theft KiiRlgn BncUeiiridscii Funeral LEXINGTON Ky Feb 15 The fu of Ensign Joseph Cabell Breckin ridgewho was washed from the torpedo boat dishing and drowned near Ha vana last Friday morning will take place in this city next Friday morn ing The bo Jy will leave New York Wednesday arriving in Lexington Thursday evening The funeral will ha held at the home of Dr 11 M Skillman on North Broadway and will be conducted by Rev W S Fulton of the Second Presbyterian church Arrested After a LOUISVILLE Ky Feb the noted moonshiner has been cap tured after a fierce battle The hus band of Mrs Stamper who was enticed two Cincinnati girls away to To Extend Right to Organize Trust Com panics FRAXKFOKT Ky Feb 15 Senator Shanks bill extending the right to or ganize trust companies to smaller coun ties that now have not the right passed the senate Election Hill Passes the Senate FitANKFoirr Ky Feb 11 The Goe bel election force bill passed the senate Thursday by a bare constitu tional majority after the hottest fight of the session Lexington Restaurant Fails LEXINGTON Ky Feb res taurant of C S Bell jr was closed bj the sheriff Monday night on sworn out by his father C S Bell sr who was his surety on four notes aggregating 84200 An outside creditor sued the elder Bell and he to save himself sued his son Legacy From Germany LEXINGTON Ivy James H Beitz of the Phoenix hotel Monday receved a draft for 8117924 from the United States consular agent at Nau stadt Germany being the legacy left him by a deceased relative Cut His Throat BERRY Ky Feb 11 Joe Lilliston a feather renovator who for some months has been in the business with Mr R L Slade attempted suicide while in a state of temporary insanity Thursday morning by cutting throat There is little hope of his re covert lipid for Burglary PATHS Ky Feb Shannel Ed Washington and Luther Jones col ored charged with burglary were held to the circuit court in 250 bond each by Judge PurnelL They were re manded to jaiL principal childof cam prett4 bnd1r hurt he is in a fair to recover living a Battle 15Stamper sellmoonshine 15The attachment his 12John S 4 way Monday nerd services arrested a Feb WILL NOT YIELD Seven Coving ton Counciliiei Trefc i mtlii III Jail iMJEiicKUENci Ky Feb 10 A Nic naber cigar manufacturer J L Huh jsaloonkseier Michael MtfSsiiiRsclager tobacco broker 11 Huelefeld cigar manufacturer John Dorsel distiller Charles iron rol ler F C Nicmeyer butcher the seven imprisoned councilmen Covington were before Judge Jarvn Wednesday at 10 n the hearing of the habeas writ iasu cd by Judge llodge at Newport Tucsaay An effort to swear Judge Tarvin off tlc bench in the case on the ground ihtjt lie v s an interested fuiijd The ji tlge said his only interest was to pro vent certain persons from aparchi ts Then there were legal tilts on the writ Attorney Fiske cited legal Theodore Hallain retorted to the judge who spoke of his prcs cncci You tire offering iue uu Insult and f can not respond The judge refused to release the men on Judge lodges writ anil said he woull allow the prisoners to make appeal in habeas corpus bore himHis ground for refusing Judge Hodges writ was that it had been before the imprisonment of the pouucilmen The councilman were recommitted Theodore Halkuu wab told that lie wits in contempt AL the prisoners show evidence of close confinement s vral requiring the attendance of a physician and all appearing in need of rest It was this which probably induced Judge Tarvin t urge thepi before adjourning court Wednesday afternoon to affair and give him oppor tunity to let return to their homos and families adfress however couched in the friendliest issd unheeded and remanded to jail INDEIKNRKNCK Ky Feb 11 The seven recalcitrant counoilmen passed an easy night behind time bars and were aroused about seven a m Thursday With the exception of Councilman Ruh who is slightly indis posed they all seemed to enjoy the prison fare breakfasted In a hearty manner on Kentucky corn brca I and coffee Some one smuggled in some cigars and they all enjoyed an after breakfast cigar The services of a barber wtrc secured and cleanly shaven they awaited the usual summons to the courtroomCourt in the usual manner at 10 oclock and the seven rebellions ones were again called on to face the judge whose authority they have so persistently defied None of them show any signs of yielding J iv ISils ill the Senate FKANKFOKT Ky Feb 12 The new bills have been presented in the senate For the benefit of sher iffs allowing them a fee of fO cents for making a levy on personal prop erty for taxes to amend charters of cities so that councilmen may 13 elected by votes in their ward instead of by votes of the whole city riving effect to section 109 of the con stitution which provides for the right to construct anti maintain lins of tel egraph within this state Couldnt Fix the Sentence ToMiKixsvnLK Ky Feb trial of Walter Leslie the murder of Cullom IXCantra ended here Saturday in a disagreement of the jury The jury agreed as to the guilt of the accused but disagreed as to the extent of the punishment One juror was for a sentence of two years in the penitentiary eight were for 20 years and three for Ilk Time trial here last June in this casa resulted in a sea tence of 20 years in the penitentiary Jdd dPJ The o 1 Avery f mill plot actingJ- I authorities issued unfortunate iLls terms theywere again following thir c ass 15The chargedwith retired cor- PUS anew hit iii timid The Miiallpox at Mi liUc loro MinpiKpioio Ky Feb 14 Annie Gaines colored is the only new patient Sunday She will be taken to the pest house and the house she has been living in quarantined Work was commenced Sunday on new buildings to accomnAdute patients the old one being more of a barn than a dwelling for the sick Wholesale vaccination will be commenced Mon day Total number of cases under treatment 20 Heavy Shipment of Scrap Iron Ky Feb 14 Dahl Grossinger of this city are loading 1300030 pounds of old scrap iron on cars for shipment to Indianapolis 1ml The consignment represents the purchases of several years and it will require 15 cars to carry it Time special freight train left over Henderson and St Louis railway Satuday night Only Routine Work FRAXKFOKT Ky Feb 14 The Ken tucky house with a small attendance spent the days session in routine of committee reports and did nothing of importance Sent to the Penitentiary RUSSEILVIILE Ky Feb Chapman white and Ambrose Steven son colored were sent to the for two years each Friday for murder Iicked in the Head by u Horse LAWRENCEBUBO Ky Feb IS Henry Black an aged colored man was in the head and fatally hurt Friday morning He was shaping up some fancy horses for R U Lillurd which were entered in the Chicago horse sale and fell under the sulky Jurisdiction of Appellate Court Doubted FRANKFORT Ky Feb 11 Judge Pryor is not here but such lawyers as Senator Goebel the attorney general and others seem to doubt teriousty the jurisdiction of the appellate court No Covington lawyers have as yet Drowned Himself in a Cistern LOUISVILLE Ky Feb 13 After cel his 50th birthday Thursday night George Hartman a truck farmer living near the city became suddenly despondent and left a crowd of friends who had been with him Nothing more was seen of him until Friday morning when his body was found in his cistern the Standard Life and Accident Co of Detroit for 5000 on a policy held by her on the famous horseman smallpox OnX8 OHO accumulated Louisville consideration 14Doc penitentiary kicked Mrs Treacy Sues for Insnracee Money MaryTreacy arrived Navi Line f Also a Variety of MISCELANEOUS McROBERTS DRUG STORE Ouleis talicll for all torcigll or sUe Maizincs or ViritiiI PJB1 Ill BOXO a111 TabiOtS BOOKS Iioiiit Newspapers STONE Joseph Simpson bought of Fayette Brooks of Jessamine 11 cattle at 1 13 Master Man ford Murphy caught something in a trap Friday night that resembled iv Will cat T L Snunders wife and little son and dauhter spent Saturday night with the latters mother Mrs Ilebeeca Scott of Little Mesrs Norman Grow Samuel Duncan and Ehvin Grow of this vicinity spent Siturday night an 1 Sunday with Mr G I Sjott of Jessamine Mrs Mary A Saundors visited her sister Mrs Mattie Roberts of Little Hiekmivn this week Misa Irene attenc ot preaching IJackeye Sunday and aso visited Jllss Celeise Simpsor Miss Mattie and Pearl Saunders spent Sunday night with Miss Irene Raney Mr Asbery Preston gave a party Sat urday night in honor or Jesse ant fjiwis Harry of War ren county visited his uncle L Crutchfield this week Miss Nettie Preston spent Sunday with her aunt Mrs Laze Lam ay IS E Covington of Litte Hickmin spent San lay with Tom Lcniay Mr Newt GGW and wife spent Sunday with T L Striders and family Carance Uroaddus of Lancaster and Miss Minnie Broaddus McCreary visited the family of Thom as Sanders Sunday Qont annoy others by your and risk your life by neglecting a e il One minute Cough cure cures coughs c Ids crjup grippe and all throat and lung troubles Stormes Drug Store 1m Tin cv Ships Chi Istcnln Jfonos cui hoios delelur EDITOR CENTRAL RECORD As an old Kenttukian and whilom citizen of Lancaster I beg to say a word through the medium of your good journal iu commendation of one of the fairest of the fair daughters of my native state I notice that just the slightest ripple ot dissatisfaction is apparent ainon sciiu of the old sailors in regard to the christening of the new battleship Kentucky with pure wate instead of whisky or wine and thcss faint rumblings arc being echoed by a few bibulous landlubbers They claim that the use of water will augur but ill for the great vessel and heal her fate from the start and it will be difficult to find good seamen to man her for she is certain to go down n btorm or in battle Now isnt that too bad Bat let superstitious old tars wag their sjly heads shrug their shoulders prognosticate bad things it will not frighten or discour age a brave and true young gentle woman from a wise course Thousands and thousands of good ships whose spirituous baptism lIic man kane at may Who and andrighteous tV 45 coughing had no power to save have t d to wreck and ruin upon the high seas and if the great Kentucky should e r be so unfortunate as to sink beneath the waves and go down to Old Oceans bed the little flagon of clean water will in no wise be responsible Miss Uradley from the very of this whole affair has main tamed a true and womanly dignity standing high above a selfish thought or wod or act and deporting herself like the highborn lady that she is N hen first invited to officiate at the launching she modestly accepted but when a contention seemed evident she promptly declined Then when the masses spoke and the honor was thrust upon her she again consented and to the surprise of all who diJ not know her bravely broke a timehon ored custom and selected for the chris tening pure and sparkling water in stead of vile and drunkmaking whisky the one a cleansing puri ying bles sing the other a withering blighting curse It is no light thing to stem the of the popular will and to dare to do right regardless of what a gazing and criticising world may say shejias with os tentation or the slightest indication of gaudy with a queenly grace and dignity that seem a part or her noble being all unconscious of hrgreatness in this heroic act she has rendered her name immortal And when Christine Lradley shall stand upon the deck of that gallant ship de neath the flowing folds of our belove Old Glory and in the presence of the assemble hosts as the monster craft shall be launched upon the bosom of the mighty deep bearing the name of our glorious old common wealth shall with her own f mir hand break the bottle and christen Ken tucky with crystal water pure as it gurgled from the fount of tier native I would rather be a witness there than to hold a transpor tation ticket to the great Worlds Fair at Paris R L COCUBAN Peabody Kan Feb 8 98 We are anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no pleas anter or better way to do it than by recommending One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia consumption and other serious lung troubles that follow neglected colds Stormes Drug Store 1m been doom andusage his donenot showbut cherished freshand beginning current w i Is a blood disease a blood rome dy can cure it So many people make the mistake of taking remedies which at best are only tonics and cannot possi bly reach their trouble Mr Asa Smith Greencastle Indiana says For years I have suffered with Sciatic Rheuma tism which physicians were un able to relieve 1 took many patent medicines but they did not seem to reach my trouble I gradually grew Rheumatism andonly the best worse until I was un able to take my food or handle myself in any way I was abso lutely helpless Three bottles of SSS re lieved me so that I soon able to move my right arm before long I across the room and was couldwalk when I hind finished one dozen bottles was awl am as well as ever I now weigh 1 70 A Real Blood Remedy SSS cures Scrofula Cancer Eczema cine SSS guaranteed purely vegeia table is exclusively for the is recommended for nothing else It forces out the poison matter permanent ly We send to our valuable books Address Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga MARKSBURY Mr James Herring sold a lot of Several farmers from ths place at tended court at Stanford Monday and report mules and plug horses very low Saturday is the regular church at the Fork Several visiting preachers will be present to assist in the ordaination ot two deacons A large crowd is expected Mr James HarJin of Williamsburg Illinois is visiting his cousin Mrs William Long Miss Frankic Doty of Paint Lick is the guest of her cousin Miss Georgia Dunn Miss Dovie Mur phy and little Miss Gladys from Lex ington are guests of Mrs Wiliam Lear Mr Chas Grimes is visiting friends in Lexington He will a lot of fruit trees from Hillen meyer before he returns Mr John a hustling drum mer of Lexington is a frequent in this community We presume that a goldanhairel lassie is the as he is seen ortnnr driving her around than taking orders for gooHsMr T B RunVitt has moved his family to Stanford He thinks he will take a position as drummer for Patent Medicines We hate to give Mr and Mrs IJurdett up but hope that he will be successful in his new After years of untold suffering from piles U W Pursell of Knitnersvillc PI was cured by using a single box of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Skin diseases such as eczema rash pimples and cbtinate sores are readiy c ired by this famous remedy Storme Drug Store lm FLATWOOD Most of the farmers are plow ing Will Pointer sold a mire to Henry Yaeey for S3 1 J D Naloy sold a mule colt to Mr Phillip Dalton for 13 Mr Mace Bartlett sold a cow and calf to W G Gooch for S18 Jack Hammonds has moved in with his soninlaw Mr Sam Fields of II attsvilleMr is very low with lung trouble at his sisters Mrs Ty ree Pointer Frank Groos and Miss Jennie were married Thursday the 10th at Mr Hiatt Sti near Preachers ville Rev Morgan Also Mr Pate Mrs Susie Melvin were married Thursday 11th Whooping cough is the most malady but its duration can be cut short by the use of One Minute Cough Cure which is also the best known remedy for croup and all lung and bronchial troubles Stormes Drug Store lm International convention foreign missions Cleveland O February 23rd to 27th Round trip tickets from all points via the Queen Crescent Route One fare for the round trip to Cleve land Fine trains close connections Only one change of and a chance to visit Cleveland at a low rate Tickets on sale February 20 21 and 22 good until 2nd Ask Agents for full particu W C RINEABSOX General Pass Agt Cincinnati O curedcompletely youhavebloodand n l S S S perhundred meeting Woolfolk attraction enterprises Parishand Cincinnati returning r IC 4 o purchase visitor busy Lawson distressing cars X 12 AV Jiihivd Jiio U Stout ouz E10IH Stationery Paints Oils Etc KENTUCKY The Latest Styles We have received our full line of Fall and Winter Goods and they are the Very Latest and Rest money could buy Our stock of Fine Footwear is complete in every detail antI a look will convince you that they are unsurpassed See our immense line of Gents Furnishings 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present the same to me at Stone Ky or my attorney J Kotlnvell at Lancas ter Ky on or before April 1st ISJS This Jan iSth IsyS A D FOUI It Assignee O I Stone BJ3AZLEY Teeth filled and extracted with hardware store nest to Court House Laucas ter Ky SPEBIGrHELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE COl OF YOU 1C obins9n Hamilton Jgtsj Office over Post Office LANCASTER KKXTUCKV Iort IljiRE an lIFEj q N C Eli J Xl W t tome TS DENTIST Bridgework r i s ALL othat the Twc ti WOMEN Should a Old nemedy Is tim li st for Fc ae Troubles Corrects nil Irregularities la Female Organs honlilbctaken for Change of Life and ChildBirth only by New Spencer 5f licine Co Chattaroo a Tennessee Jior R E McRobcrts KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights are ted G B SWINEBROAD C C J E ROBINSON K R S h fore thetestsale y Thursdayt t Made t Lancaster g j Patriotism and good sense go together in choosing hats No hats in the world like nats no American hats like Stetson Hats J Stiff and Soft Felt Hats fore most for quality and wear New Spring Styles on sale American iIt I have concluded it will be best for me and my ustomers to sell for Cash Will sell to every ne alike for Cash Time No Bad Debts No Fancy Profits All RockBottom Cash Bargains for the year r f No Irs Moody Harden PORCASH i98 CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY February 18 1898 PERSONAL Mrs II M Ballou is visiting in Dan ville Mr Cash Pumphrey is quite ill with pneumoniaMr Scot of Jessamine was in town ths week Miss Sue Sutton is the guest of Mrs J L Hamilton Mrs Gco Farris is in Frankfort visit ing her husband Mrs Fisher Gaines of Danville is visiting relatives here Mss Marie Warren has returned to her home in Stanford Miss Pearl Burnside Miss Jennie Burnside I is time guest of oaooooo00000040044044000000000 4oeo44o4 044444440040404404 Miss Kate Denton is visiting her sister Mrs Victor Lear Miss Pattiiin Ballcu is visiting her jr indfather in Stanford Miss May Robinson has been the guest of Miss Mabel Royston Miss Lizzie Thompson has as her guest Miss Bourne of Buckeye Mr II A B Marksbury was in Lax this week on business Ms Carrie Woods was the guest of Miss May Hughes this week Miss Anna King is being entertained by Mrs Wm JSerkele this week Mr and Mrs Merriman of Illinois have been visiting Mrs T J Hammond Miss ETHEL of Garrard is viiting Misses Pearl and Nora Philips Vir R Gaines and wife of Spencer arc visiting Mr W U Gaines this week Miss Jannie Siiumate vlsitad rj Vives in Danville Saturday and Sun day Miss Lillie Sutton of Lower Gu rarI was one of the vsitors here this weekMiss Hello Arnold has returned from a visit to Miss Beula Gimes in Lower GarrardQuite a crowd from the surrounding cities attended the Old Maids ngton AT liEn Convention Mr and Mrs Elwin Arnod have moved into their new home on Ave Mrs A S Ford is visiting her par ents Dr and Mrs Evans on Rich mond avenue Mr Wm Price of Danville was here the first of the week to see his mother Mrs Susan Price Misses McCormack and Carrie Woods attended the Old Maids Convention Monday evening Miss Mary Robertson of Elizabeth town has arrived and will be the guest of Mrs W R Cook Messrs Jack Route and Rowan Sauf ley come over from Stanford to the Old Maids Convention Miss Annie Branaugh Engleman of entertained by Mrs Walter Beazey this week Miss Alice Hudson will leave in a few days for Staunton Va where she will visit her former school mate Mr and Mrs Geo Campton and son of Independence Mo are visiting Mr and Mrs Jus I Hamilton Col George T Mason of Chcago is here this week visiting his mother and brother The colonel loots halo and hearty Stanfordwas Hans Stanford Mrs M A Ilollins after spending the winter with aser relatives let today for her home at Thibadeaux Louisiana L n Mrs Margaret Dunn and Miss Mar garet Mason have returned from a vis it to Henderson both very much im proved in heilti Miss and Bruce Pumphrey have returned home after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs llatto Tankes ley of Silver Creek Ky Mn T T KUKPETT and family Garrard have moved to this county and are at present living at Sink Ar Journal Mr T J Hatcher is much better this week He was much worse than was generally known but he said nothing to his friends about it Miss Mary Welch left last Tuesd y for an extended visit to her brothers Drs Geo E and II C Welch located at Palatka and Welaka Fla Nicholas ville Journal What pleasure is there in life ith a Liz ie o noldsStanford u headache constipation and bilious ness Thousands experience them who could become perfectly healthy by De Witts Little Early Risers the famous little pills Stormes Drug Store 1m Mrs Manervia and Ikttie Pullins went to Richmond this week on a visit to relativesD is overhauling his grist mill and will be ready for grinding in a short time From the number of tobacco beds that are being burned a large crop of the fi thy weed will be raised in this sectionA fell down with W 15 Adams and threw him over its head and he was considerably hurt and has been suffering a great deal But the doctor thinks he is not seriously hurt Our clever merchants the Lackey Brothers of Paint Lick have sold their stock of goods to Sam Joseph and R L Jennings of Lancaster It is a good place for business and the gentlemen have made a good mentYour correspondents name sake Batler Adams role a cow forty miles bare back His father sent him to Laurel county after the cow and she drive and the little fellow usin LEAF inves wouldnot bounce on her back and rode her through The Lancaster correspon dent for the Interior Jouraal is about right you cant down a Butler There are three little things which do more work titan any other three little things created they are the ant the bee and DeWitts Little Early Rsers the last being the famous little pills for stomach and liver troubles Stormes Drug Store 1m The Kosebutl Socloty TilE CENTRAL RECORD kindly gave spac in a recent issue to a poem re printed from the Franklin Educator of some years ago I sent a copy of the paper to Mrs W A Yantis now living in Parozould Arkansas who is former principal of the Rosebuds sup plies the blanks not med out in the first article Tne rollcall as embodied in the poem reads thus Lida Jennings Lizzie Jen flings Abbie Yantis Frank Yantis tie Carson Mollie Hicks Lija Selvidge Luke Chairs Maggie Curry Addie Folger George Potts Allie Dunn Ma mie Napoleon Price Sallie Elldn and Mary Curroy Of these Rosebuds death has remov ed Lida Lzzie Nannie Lettie and Lula and perhaps others not known to the E D P CharlieWhite urn FARM AND STOCK NOTES The ruling price for dogs in the Klondike is 250 There eleven stallions and six geldings in the 203 pacing list The Journal says fat cattle are in demand in Jessamine O T bought at Stanford court Monday 20 heifers at 3 originalforests Layton 34 000040064 arc E T Minor sold to Dave Prewitt o B jyle IS shoats at 3 B F Robinson bought of J B San ders 10 125 lb shoats at 310 C W Anderson of Jno Col ants bun ht Tier a small bunch of shoats at 3c W S Beazlcy bought of Lincoln Co parties GO shoats averaging 8G lls at 3 14 ts Robinson Morgan shipped to Cin cinnati market a load of 1GO hogs av eraging 125 Ibs C W Anderson sold to II F Robin son 20 shoats averaging JOlbs at 310 per hundred- W McC Johnson bought at Stan ford court Monday a bunch of calves at Si 2 00 per head Cole Gulley bought 23 head of cattle from Siler at 3 31 cis and 12 head from Hwinebroad at 815 J F Ware has sold 100 lambs to J C Johnson for 23th of July delivery at 5c Harrodsburg Democrat Col W S and R A Benjstey sold to Simeon Weil of Lexington for con sumption there a load of heavy hogs averaging 211 lbs at 3 31 cents C Your turkeys for breeding purposes should be well care I for this winter and you will be repaid when you sell your next Hock of birds The latest in fruits is a Maryland peach without any fuzz and the grow er says that in another year he will raise peaches with a slim that oan bo removed like the pool of an orange The value of all the live stock in the country on January 1 1S97 was to be 880959000 Cn 1 1S9S it was estimated at S2037 012000 showing an increase in value in one year of 159053000 It is announced that James A will take Sar Pointer and Gui nette one of the most promising candi dates for roc ird honors next season to the Continent next fall and give Euro peans a view of a highclass wheeler case of scours in a suckling foal stir a pint of wheat 11 our into a half ptil of water and rive it to the mare to drink inside of 43 hours the colt will probably be all right Treat nearly all ails of the suckling colt through the mother milk Ex Mr of Lincoln bought of A B Estridge of Paint Lick a bunch of IS yearling steers at 375 per hundred Messrs Griggs of Madison pissed through this week with a bunch of urged cattle they bought in the moun tains Murphy Dalton estimated January side girt While this is the era of invention it is but the beginning of better thing machine for cutting fodder and car corn and putting it into any condition the farmer may desire will go from farm to farm just as threshing ma chines now do The Harrodsburg Democrat reports the sale of a bunch of hogs at S3 15 a pair of mules 105 twenty hogs at 3 cents 100 lambs for July delivery at 5 cants bunch twoyearold steers at 340 cwt a lot of dry cows at 3 cents 15000 pounds white burley tobacco de livered in Versailles at 9 83 If oats are fed to horses on the farm it is worse than useless expense to thresh them They make a better and more wholesome feed if all is run through a cutting box waste will be generally very small If mixed in with a bran mash there will be nowaste at all The Richmond Climax says is a better outlook for mules section are bitter than for some time J B Norris of Maroa Illinois is here buying a lot of good ones for the Illinois market lIe has number at prices ranging from 50 to The is not far distant when the stalkand The ThereI prices purchased- a I day Planters CUBAN OIL cures I Cuts Burns Bruises Rheu Sores Price 25 cents Charles Griggs of College HilL s ld to Norris Curtis one extra large mule at Slli Few months ago that amount of money would have pur chased a pair of fair grade mule Stock raisers are feeling better over the outlook and growing prices LINCOLN C Fowler sod to J II Uaughman Co 4 JO bushels of wheat at 90 Mark Ilardin bought o Kindrick Alcorn a bunch of 110 lb 34c A Sui to various parties yesterday 5J stock cattle at 3 12 to 4 l4i T J Culton sold to J C Hays nine heifers an two steers at 13 10 J C Lynn sold to John A Wood 54 sheep at 5 O T Layton bought of G A Siler 20 heifers at 3 Journal NOTEsDr shoats at 2 G sold 1 34cInterior 115 d S iebroad The Stanford Journal says a big crowd attended county court Monday and there were between 500 and 030 cattle on the market There was con siderable demand for goal cattle but they were not as high as they were January court the highest price real ized Monday bin about 4 12 The ruling price for steers was 4 l2c heifers 3 to a 84 and calves 9 to 17 Butcher stuff was slow at 2 to 3 Horses and mules were dull at any priceA choleraproof hog of bigbone Berkshire stock which was brought to Tennessee from abroad before the war died near Faloon in that State age 33 years For 25 years the hog been sick but latterly it had been toothless and its owner had the fool for it boiled Tie profits of its has paid for a farm and its owner buried it on his plan and set up mem orial stones to mark the grave 14 hadnot progeny There is an encouraging increase in the exports of corn from the United States the past few years Here are the figures In 1S91 the exports amount to only 31000000 bushels in 1S92 77 000003 bushels in 1S93 5V003000 bush els in 1894 42030000 bushels in 1895 Gl000000 bushels in 1890 11000 OOQ bushels 187 180000003 bushels The exports for the present year will no doubt bestill larger The increase is due in good fart to the greater use of meal as food Foreigners are at last beginning to learn the value of this diet I have traveled north south east tell you they are not in the country and not even money can find them Even the calves are bought up and at big prices at that My prediction is that cattle will go in the next year or two and I would not be at all surprised to see the present prices on the Lousviile market doubled in the it will the public be ore a great many know iu Getting Serious There are now twentynine cases of smailpox in Middlesborough and three at Mingo mines Mingo mines have been quarantined no one being allow ed to pass except the mail Men with Winchesters have been leadingtrader slc high countryisbon cart ir placed on top of Cumberland by Virginians to keep all Mid dhsborough people out of Lee county All the schools are closed arid all the doors of the have ben locked loafing is allowed in the dpot or other public places and cit izens are not allowed to stop on the streets iut are compelled to move 01 It is said that merchants aud others who depend on the country people for their vegetables etc are much alarm ed as none of the natives will c me to town while the disease rages Nearly every citizen has been vaccinated and other methods of precaution have been taken to stop the spread of the disease The state board of health has sent out circulars part of which is as fol lows Board feels that it is its duty to warn the people that prompt action may prevent its further spread in this State Fortunately prevention is as certain and safe as it is cheap and easy Vaccination and revaccination prop erly done with reliable virus is a cer fair preventive and is entirely free from danger is the conclusion of the health officers of the world years of patient investigations and is now an accepted truth in preventive medicine Notwithstanding these facts about one third of the people of Kentucky have never availed of this protection Our people s loons o post JmC This after Mountains This themselves Babys means danger andl wives For others itmoans practically no all is no reason why child birth should period of pain and Sew months before awoman becomes a mother she prepare herself for tion made which is preparation is for J i at 4A 1 It is a liniment to be ap plied ex relaxesTherecles and re thepurposegiveselasticithisorgan con in and Stakes nU Fr88nd danger and all suffer Bestresults iJ follow if the usedduring of n ncy It is the spossible some mower remedy of the 7 kind world byphysicians M S1 bottle at all drug stores or sent mail on receipt of price for allwomen The Bradfield Regulator Co Atlanta Ga containing address should not wait fcr orders from boards Every citizen should sac to it that uot only himself bit everyone for whom he is responsible is vaccinated at once No child be admitted to any pulls or private school who has not been vaccinated and all factor es and mines should make the same requirement This is especially im portant in view of the threatened dan ger The operation shoull be done by a competent physiiian under proper aseptic precautions and he should see the person cuinated from time to time so the result may be certain vaccination gives a false and often fatal sense of security Reliable virus can lii obtained from the Nat ioaal Vaccine Farm Washington D C or their agents the Henry Phaim acle Company Louisville Ky In addition it is urgently requested that all boards of health perfect their organization at once if they have not done so and take every precaution to prevent the entrance of the disease in to their jurisdictions or failing in this be ready to stamp it out by strict ly isolating the first case and and revacinating every person exposed to it All funerals should be slrictly private This Board hoi Is it self ready to give any assistance in its power at any time Bv order o the II ard epidemic 7 shoal railroads Imperfect vaccinating J M MATHKWS M D President J N McCoitMAcic M D Secretary Bladder Troubles The bladder was created for one namely a receptacle for the urine and as such it is not liable to any form of disease except by one of two ways The first is from im perfect action of the kidneys The sec ond way is from careless local treat ment of other diseases SAMPLE SENT FREE troubles It is comforting to know that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot fulfills every wish in curing bladder beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being to get up many times during the night to urin ate The mild and extraordinary of Dr is tressing cases If you need a should have the best At druggists fifty cents and one dollar may have a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent free by mail Men tion CENTRAL RECORD and send your alJress to Dr Kilmer Co Bingham ton N Y The proprietors of this guarantee the genuineness of this offer 6 unhealthykidneys inability effectsef- fect highestformedi- cine purpose paper We are Now Prepared To Take Your Measure FUR A SPRING SUIT Having received a Complete Line of Spring Samples from Three of the Tailors of America These lines embrace all the Latest Novelties of the Season Suits Made to Measure from 1250 to 35 Pants to measure from 4 to 10 A perfect fit guaranteed Dont fail to give us a look be tr r r r fore placing spring Leading your order loss Satisfactorily IfijisfeJ and Money Pmjfly Mi BRVAXTSVILIE Kr To the members of the Kentucky Growers Insurance Co ant to whom it may concern Oving to the many inquiries rela tive to the loss of my welling by fire I wUh to say for the benefit of those interested that the amount due me udder my policy in case of a total loss was determined when I made my ap plication and as shown by my policy Owing to my absence in Virginia my has was not certified by Mr G T Iligginbotham Chairman of Garrard county board t tl 3 company for pay ment until Nov 221 and in less than sixty days thereafter I received the en tire amount insured for For solvency every farmer should consider our company before insuring elsewhere Yours trulyN The above speaks for itself and those desiring protection to their property against fire lightning and wind at a Garrard county ILCBaughman Stan ford 11 B General Manager Lexington Ky Jan 28 St andcheapness carryingcountyJesse Kendall j I NEW LIVERY i I have purchased the Walker stable and am a prepared to furnish the on the shortest notice Special attention given Commercial Travelers RICE BENGE R KINNAIRDS Insurance Agency Representing Over the following Fire Insurance Companies of Hartford Queen of America National of Hartfort Phenix of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford North British and Merchantile German American of New York J Very Best Rigs I T II m rt1 a 57000000n Etna tl f 1 Liverpool and London and Globe- I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance LAND FOR SALE I desire to sell privately part of my farm on Dix River about 1 miles from Joel Walker bridge The tract contains from CO to 70 acres to suit purchaser all lies iu one boundary Excellent land well fenced and plenty of water Easy Terms Jan 23 JS JERRY P BLAND RAIL TIME TABLES K C Branch oonthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 340 p x Northbnd Mixed SOOAJi Knoxville Branch Northbound Mail passes Stanford 1237 p x Northbnd Express 313 AM Express 124 PM Southbound Mull 127 PM Queen Jk Crescent Route PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 609 a m Numbers Daily 111 p m Number Dally 331am Numbers dont stop 350 a m SOUTH BOUND Number 1 dont stop 1155 m Number 5 Daily 1122 a m Number 9 Daily except Sunday 810 Numbers Midnight hag Daily 1155 pm COMPANY ROAD to Flag a p M South bnd L 0 A I It South side ublicROBINSON LANGASTUI1ITera I N w unit JtutrodocedF- RAKKHOIIT Ky Feb JO Repre sentative Bishop had a j ev bijl Tues day providing for continuous session of magistrates courts in secondilnss cities Tniver had a new measure re quiring all night street cars running not less than one hour after midnight in all secondclass and cities Abele by request of the Humane the protection and taxation of doss Fatal Quarrel Over a Debt MinmESioio Ky Feb 18 Tlcnry Gilbert of Shawnee was killed Tuesday at his home by Phil rovn of Allchdalo Tenn Gilbert owed Brown some money and when Drown at tempted to collect it his life vaa threatened lIe again demanded hiij money A second time his refused Brown then shot bert killing him instantly and effect ed his escape Ireacher Assaulted With Knckx IlAiTFUitD Ky Feb 10 llev Bowlin of leaver Dam was by Bill Baltzell a miner Il seems the preacher stopped at Bait zells on the day previous to the dim culty and spoke to Baltzells wife Ilaltzcll took exceptions to the call and on meeting him next daj attacked him with rocks badly wound jug him on and about his head To Mark Soldiers Graves FRAXKFOUT Ky Feb 10 Jteprescp tative Abele of Covington has pre sented a petition from K of P lolgci in his home city asking the lcgislatur to adopt Gov Bradley suggestion ii his message that the graves of Ken tuckys federal and confederate sol diers at Chattanooga and Chickamnu gu be marked with a monument each FitAXKFOirr Ky Feb Itf The figlr on the Goebel election bill creating i state election commission of thr e t appoint election oflicers is grovins more bitter daily Opponents of tIn measure claim that it will fail or a least be vetoed and fail to pass tin senate again Senator Goebels friend are actively at work for the bill May Ho Trouble Over the Post Ofilce MAYFIELD Ky Feb 10 There i likely to be trouble here at any mo xnent between the Happy and Key fac tions concerning time Mayfield pos office There is much inllammatorj talk here and the feeling has growl exceedingly bitter on both sides Alvin Ovcrstrcet Acquitted XICHOIASVIIUJ Ky Feb 1C Alvir Overstreet the sanctified ilethodis exhorter who killed Fred Knight witl an ax handle last Wednesday was given an examining trial in Judgj Phillips court and was promptly uc quitted of the charge of murder Miss Kradley to lie Congratulated FKAXKFOKT Ky Feb 10 Rev Petty in the house Tuesday intro duced a joint resolution which lie over congratulating Miss Christine Bradley upon the noble stand taker oy her in determining to use water in the battleship christening FKASKFORT Ky Feb 1C The court of appeals did not give a decision ic the Kenton county contempt case Tuesday The bulky record proved more than the judges contemplated amI an exhaustive opinion it is sup is being prepared Smallpox Declared Epidemic IkliDDLESitoito Ky Feb 15 Small pox has been declared epidemic There are 29 cases All saloons and the pub lie schools are closed Xo loitering on streets is allowed The mails are fu migated and all surrounding townsare closed against Middlesboro LKXINOTOX Ky Feb 1G The board of health has issued a circular letter advising every one to be vaccinated The smallpox outbreak here two years ago is cited and it is to prevent a repetition of this that has caused the board to take t ueh action LIEUT PEARY On a lecturing Tourf Prior to Ills hi Search of the Xorth Vole SAX Feb 1C Lieut R E Peary U S N the arctic explorer accompanied by his wife has arrived here from New York lie is at present on a lecturing tour prior to his forth coming expedition in search of the north pole For the purpose of cx ploratftm the navy department has granted Lieut lcary a leave of ab settee for five years from his duties at the naval station where he has been sirring In New York The visit to the toast i6 merely an incidental journey to nil in the interim before the start arctic regions can commenced Hiss TVHlard IfcM the Grip NEw YOHX Feb 16 Miss Francis E TVilIard president of the W C T U lias beet serionnly ill in this city for the last three weeks She is suffering SterdHB TICC piesident of the W C T C said Tuesday Miss Willards eon d Hi on mere favorable today than rt has been for the lat three days but her condition is still serious Bne suffering from a very severe at tack of grin but the doctors entertain hopes of her recovery Miss Willard is not suffering from canccrvof the stomach A Bnotrballor Shot CHICAGO Feb 1C Angered at a crowd of mischevious boj who pelted him with snowballs Rudolph Blank turned upon the youngsters with a re volver and fired several shots at them One of the bullets struck Joseph Kava naugh aged 1C who was among the snowballers in the forehead and the boy is now at the hospital at the point of death Blank was arrested Aid for Der Abe ST Louis Feb 16 President Mue nfuss of the St Louis Browns 82000 of the 4000 needed to ge Chris Von Ocr Ahc the magnate out of the Pittsburgh jail At Lyons N Y Mrs Abram R Robinson and Edith Schaffner Monday found in bed nearly ed by coal gas from the parlor stove is expected to recover NUBI AM TEA cures Pppe- prlilnlvl eia Constipation and Indi gestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 cte TilE health of the of Italy has improved during the last years is again causing uneasiness Hii fainting tits which at one time had al most disappeared have again hsgun to afflict him especially after lon and fatiguing ceremonies Ikn thai toelbre Can B an annually 90060000 worth fit butter and cheese te Great t first lass of COin ton had a new bill for cnn Oil William assaulted Fighting the Goebel Election lUlL Xo JeelliloD the Court ot pos d Advlied to Vacciate Expedition CISCO forth be a seR dtack of grip Mrs i i either ki t society demands as preachers From Appeals e ficosn Vim 1 eudIaBlev and Cheese R sal r COMMON SENSE RELIGION It is a Requisiteto4ie Happiness of tia Worlds Pppuation a the Glory of Great Where Oic Notivail Thousands Ueuiaiu la the lSie c Croun I Ser tHen hy llev l r Talma jc Dr text Sunday was Ro mans xvi 14 15 Salute Asyncritus Phlegon Hennas Patrobas Hermes Philologus and Julia Matthew Henry Albert Barnes Adam Clark Thomas Scott and all the com pass tliesJ versS with out any especial remark The other 20 people mentioned in the chapter were distinguished for something and were therefore dismissed by the illus triouu expositors but nothing js said about Asyncritus Phlegon llerms Patrobas Jlermes PhUolugus and Julia Where were they born o one one knows When did they die There is no record of their decease For what were they distinguished Absolutely nothing or tim triit of character would have been brought out by the apostle If they had been Vfvy intrepid or op ulent or hirsute or musical of ca thence or craSi of style or iu any anomalous that feature would have been caiiglit by the apostolic camera But they were good people because Paul sends to thu ln high Christian regards They were try moving itj ordinary sphere attending to ordinary duty and meeting ordi nary responsibilities the world wants is a religion for ordinary pjoile If there lu in the Unite States 70000000 people there are certainly not more than 1OOUOOJ extraordinary and then there are GJ 000003 ordinary ve do well to turn our backs for a little vyhi j the distinguished and conspicuous peo Pie of the Bible and consider in our text the seven ordinary We spend too much of our iiin in twisting garlands for remarkables and building tinones for magnates and sculpturing war riors tnd apotheosizing philanthro pists The vault and file of the Lords soldiery need especial help The vast majority of people will never lead tin army will never write a state constitution will never electrify a senate will never make unimportant invention will never introduce a new never decide the fate of a nation You do not esfpact to you do not want to You will not be a Noses to lead a nation out of bondage You will not be a Joshua to prolong the iiaylight until you can shut five kinr s in a cavern You will not be a St John to unroll an Apocalypse You will be i Paul to preside over an apostolic college You will not be a Mary to mother a Christ You will more probably be Asyncritus or Phlegon or Hernias or Patrobas or Hermes or Philologus or Julia Many of you are women at the head of households Every morning you plan for time day The culinary depart ment of the household is in your do minion You decide all questions of diet All the sanitiry regulations of your house are under jour supervision To regulate the food and the apparel and the habits and decide the thou sand questions of horns life is a tax upon brain and nerve an J general health absolutely appalling if there be no divine alleviation- It do not help jou much to be told that Elizabeth Fry did wonderful things amid the criminals at Newgate It does not help 3 ou much to be told that Mrs Judson was very brave among the Bofnesian cannibals It does not help you very much to be told that Florence Nightingale was very kind to the wounded in the Crimea It would Le better for to tell you that time Divine friend of Mary and Martha is your friend and that He sees all the annoyances and and abrasions and exasperations of an ordinary housekeeper from morn till night and frpm the first day of the year until the last day of the year and at your call He is ready with help and reenforcementThey the food of the world decide the health of the world You have only to go on some errand amid the taverns and the hotels of time United States and Treat Britain to appreciate the thtit a vast multi tude of the human race are slaughter ed by incompetent cookery Though a young woman may have taken les sons in music and may have taken les sous in painting and lessons in she is not well educated unless she has taken lessons in dough They who decide the apparel of the world and time food of the world decide the endurance of the world An unthinking man may consider it a matter of little importange the cares of the household and time econ omies of domestic life but I tell you the earth is strewn with the martyrs of kitchen and nursery The health shattered womanhood of America cries out for a who can help ordinary women in the ordinary duties of house keeping The wearing grinding un appreciated work goes on but the same Christ who stood on the bank of CJalilee in time early morning and kindled the fire and hall the fish already cleaned and broiling when the sportsmen stepped ashore chilled and hungry will help every woman to prepare breakfast whether by her own hand or the hand of her hired help Time God who made lade structible eulogy of Hannah who made a coat for Samuel her son and carred it to the temple every year will help every woman in preparing the family wardrobe Time God who opens the Bible with the story of hams entertainment by the three an gels on the plains of Mamre will help every woman to provide hospi tality however rare and embar rassing It is high time that some of the attention we have been giving to time remarkable women of the for their or their want of it or for their deeds Deborah and Jezebel and Hcrodias and Athalia and Dorcas and the Marys excellent and aban is high time some of the at tention we have been giving to these conspicuous women of the Bible be given to Julia an ordinary woman amid ordinary circumstances attend ing to ordinary duties and meeting or dinary responsibilities Then there are all the ordinary men They need divine and Christian help When we begin to talk about business life we shoot right off and talk about men who did busi ness on a large scale and who sold millions of dollars of goods a year and the vast majority of business men do not sell a million dollars of goods nor half a million nor a quarter of a mil J r I We for 111 Ta mage wi opd What iud philosophywilL not m fat A bra Bibleremarkable remarkable donedit business oJ cE Slinud Nt 14 disappointments astronomy lot virtue lion nor the eighth part of a million Put all the business iitnof our cities villages and neighborhoods side by side and youwili find they sell less than a hundred thousand dollars worth of gools All these mn in ordinary business life want divine In Ip You see how the wrinkles printing on tIme coun tenance the story of worrinunt and care You can not toil how old a busi ness man is by lo kinr at him Gny hairs ut oO A man 45 with the stoop of a No time to attend 1 ar tows to improved dentistry the grinders cease because they are few Actually dying of old age at 40 or 53 when they ought to be at time meridian Many of these business men hitve bodies like a neglected clock to which yen come and when yon wind it up it begins to roar and then time hands start r uml very rapidly then the clocrk strikes fiyo op t n or forty anl strike i without any aeuve and thou su 1 denly stops So is th body of that Wrornout mat It is a negleetcl eLk and though by some summer recreation it may be wound up still Limo is all out of gear Time haulS turn around with a velocity that exites the astonishment of the worl1 Men can not undfrstimd the wonderful activity and there is t voar anJl a buzz anti a rattle about di prdered lives and they strike 10 fcJjim ought to strike six mind they stjfe when they ought to strike nothing itrrl i lden y they stop Pot mortem examination re veals time fact that all time springs und pivots jind vights anl balance wheels of health jre completely de ranged The human c ocf j simpl3 run And at the time when the steady hand onjrit to be rointinjf to the industrious hours o a ulcur arid sunlit iliil time whole machinery of body mind and onrthly eupaolty to forever Oak Hill rl luvenvou I have thousands of bu iness men who died nf phi age at SO 10 Now what is wantO l is gpacor ci vine grace for ordinary business men men who are liarnessed from morn till night and all the days of their life iiurnesscd in business Not grace to lose t hum pal but grace to lose 510 Not grace to supervise ioO employes in a factory but grace to supervise time bookkeeper nd two salesmen antI the small boy that sweeps out the store ijrare to invest not SO00 of net profit but the ifitD of clear gain race not to endure the loss of a whole shjploat of spices from the Indies but grace to endure the loss of n paper of collars from the leakage oi u displaced on a poor roof Jraee not to the tardiness of the American congress ill passing a necessary law hut grace to endure the tardiness of an boy stopping to play marbles when he ought deliver the goods Such grace as thousands of business have today keeping them tranquil whether goods sell or do not sell whether customers ray or do not pn whether tariff up or trmli is down whether the crops arc luxuriant or a dead failure calm in all circum stances and amid all vicissitudes That is tile kind of grace we want Millions of want it and they may have it for time asking Some hero or heroine comes to town and us time procession passes through ths street the business mon come out stand on tiptoe ton their store step and look at souse one who in Arctic clinic or in ocean storm or day of battle or in hospital agonies did the braye thing not realizing that they the enthusiast tic spectators have gone through trials in business life that are just as great before God There are who have gone through freezing Arctics mind burning torrids anti awul Maivngoes of experiences without moving five miles from their doorstep Now what ordinary business men need is to realize that thy have the friendship of that Christ who looked after the religious interests of Mat thew the custom house clerk and helped J 3dia of Thyatira to sell the dry goods and who opened a bakery and fish market ill the wilderness of Asa Minor to feed the 7000 had come out on a religious picnic and who counts the hairs of your hosidhvitli as much particularity as though they vere time plumes of a coronation and took time trouble to stoop down with finger writing on the ground although the first shuffle of feet obliterated the divine caligraphy find who knows just how many loi casts there yere in tIe Egyptian plague arid knew just hoW many ravens were necessary to supply Klu jahs pantry by the brook of Cherith and who as tlqral commander leads for li alj regiments qf primroses foxgloves daffodils hyacinths lilies which pitch their tents of beauty and kindle their camp fires of color all around the hemisphere that that Christ and that Got knows tle most affairs of your business life howe ever understanding all the affairs of that woman who keeps a threadand needle store as well as the affairs of Rothschild and a Baring Then there arc all the ordinary farmers We talI aboijt agricultural life and we immediately shoot off tq talk about Cincinnatus the patrician who went from the plow to a high po sition and after he got through the dictatorship in 21 lays went back again to the plow What encourage i that to ordinary farmers1 The vast qf thorn noqe of them will be patricians Pcrhqps none of them will bo senators If any of them have dictatorships it will be over forty or fifty or a hundred acres of time old homestead What these men want is grace to keep their patience while plowing with balky oxen and to keep cheerful amid the drought that destroys the corn crop and that enables them to restore the garden the day after the neighbors cattle have broken in and trampled out the strawberry bed and gone through the Lima bean patch and eat en up the sweet corn in such large quantities that they must be kept from time water lest they swell up and die Grace in catching weather that en ables them without imprecation to spread out the hay the third time al though again and again and again it has been almost ready for the mow A grace to doctor the cow with a horn and the sheep with the foot rot and the horse with the distemper and to compel the unwilling acres to yield a livelihood for the family and schooling for the children and little extras to help the older boy in busi ness and something for the daughters wedding outfit and a little surplus for the time when the ankles will get stiff with age and the breath will be a little short and the of the cradle through the hot harvest field will bring on the old vertigo Better close up about I Jawl machinery I i tlc they I clown I I I thousand C shingle l endure errand i men I in mon Whq hi tIle and i went swinging mans i men and hallow s Diccinnatus I know five hundred farmers jist noble a he v s What hey want is to know that have the friendship of that Christ who often Irew his smiles from the farmers life is when he said A sowur went forth 0 s i v as when he built his best par mile out of the scene of a farmer boy oming back from his wanderings and the old farmhouse shook that night with rural jubilee and who compared nimself to a lamb in the pasture field sad who said that the eternal Gol is a farmer declaring M3 Father is thu husbandman thY I I j itt Those stonemasons do not want to near about Christopher Wren the Architect who built St Pauls cathe 3raL It would be better to tell them how to carry the hod of brick up thij ladder without slipping and Uow on 1 cold morning with the trowel to smooth off time mortar iult keep cheer ful and how to be tlwuUfnl to nod for the food taken from the pail by the roadside Carpenters standing amid time adze and the bit and thin plane and the broadax need to bo told that was a carnentir with his own luuid wielding saw and hammer Oh this is a tired world timid it is an overworked worM and it is an under fed world and it is a wrungoiit world and men and women need to know that there is rest and recuperation iu Ooil i ud il that religion which was riot so much i to dnl for oxlraors dinary people as for ordinary people bccause there arc more of thorn Tic healing profession has hail its A i rerGiil ies find its Abernethys its Valentine Motts antI its Wilanl Parkers but the ordinary ph3s5einik 19 do the most of the worlds medieiii jnir and they need t understand that wjiile taking diagnosis or prognosis or writing preseriptions or compounding medicament or bolting the delicate pulse of a tIring child may have the presence anti the dictation of the Almighty Doctor who took the ease of madman and after he had torn off his garments in foaming itijVntJM him uati hotly anti luiml and who lited up time woman who for IS years had been almost double with tIt into graceful stature and who turned tIme scabs of leprosy into rubicund con nvjGii vho riihtyj 1 tho nrmb nwss out of paralysis ami who swung wide open the closed windows of hereditary or accidental blindness until the morning came streaming hforgh the case meats and alma knows all the diseases and all the remedies and all tire herbs and itli the patic is monarch of pharmacy and therapuetios and who has sent out 1000J doctors of whom the world makes no record but to prove that they tire angels of mercy I invoke the thousands of men whoso ailments they have assuaged and time thousands of women to whom in crises of pain they have been next to God in God in benefaction Come now let us have a religion for ordinary people in professions in in agriculture in the house hold in mernhandtee in everything I salute across the centuries Aysneritus Phlegon Hennas Patrobas Hermes Philoloirus and Julia First of all if you feel that you arc ordinary thank God that arc not extraordinary I am tired i ul sick und born I almost to death with extra ordinary people They take all their time to tell us how very extraordinary they really are You know as well as I do 1113 brother and sister that time most of the useful work of the world is done unpretentious people who toil right on by people who do not get much approval and no one seems to say That is well PjjOHOinnna of Lut little use Things that are exceptional can not bo depended on Better trust the small est planet that swings in its orbit than ten comets shooting this way and that imperiling the longevity of worlds at tending to their own business For stay illumination better is a lamp than a rocket Then if you feel that you arc ordi nary i member that your sition in vites time less attack Conspicuous peer pie how they have to tale itt How they are misrepresented and abused and shot nt The higher the horns roebuck the easier to strike him down What a delicious thing it must be to be a candidate for governor of a state or president of the United States It must he so soothing to time nerves It must pour into the soul of a candi date such a sense of sty nity when hQ reads the blessed newspapers INTERESTING ITEMS No IKSS than eight women have seats on the London board of education IT is eompited that there is one horse in Great to every 13 per sons TIIK largest known moth is the giant Atlas a native of China whose wings measure nine inches across jay that were it not for our atmosphere the ocean would be come boiling hpt from the suns TIIK bill annexing 12 square miles to time city of Memphis has passed both houses of the Tennessee legisla ture IT has been estimated that there are between 150 and 203 women who are practicing dentistry in time United states CHICAGO sports have purchased island eight miles from Detroit und rropose to establish an American Mcnte Carlo HHIIIKIT SIENCKK is in exceedingly feeble health from an affection of time heart and has removed from London to lrighton Eng permanently VKXKKK cutting has reached such perfection that a single elephants tusks 550 inches long is now cut into a sheet of ivory 15 J inched long and 20 inches widely the yard of a Mexican prison the governor has caused a phonograph to be placed which repeats to convict3 time charges made against them in the voices of their victims TIm gold contained in the medals vessels chains and other objects ore served in time Vatican would make more gold coin than the whole of the European circulation TilE discoverer of Mount Uischoff the greatest tin mine in the world which has paid in dividends died a short time ago practically penni less Philosopher Smith as he was called had a pension of 1000 per from the New South Wales gov ernment but it did not enable him to make provision for his wife The New South Wales parliament was ac cordingly nskcd to continue half the pension in her favor which it did by a large majority When Mount Bischoff was made in a stock company to Smith took a large number of shares but losing confidence in his own discovery sold them for a song j I I I they th loti d an1 I H I li Jls and occupations yOU done ale ot- a ain S UXTISTf Fighting present 7500000 annum 1 tit and rim eumnatisma light i rays BUCKEYE The Buckeye friends of W T West were glad to hear of his appointment as post master J N Teiter bought of John McCul 13 7 shoats at 1400 Herod flay bought at Ilichtaond court o head of cattle at 7750 1 here were deacons ordained at the Baptist church Saturday morning at 11 a m and a most excellent and talk on the deaconship was mrde 1 3 Rev T H Campbell of Lan caster Deacons Gaines of Lancaster Anderson ant Grow of Mt Hebron and Jones of Freedom churches were altogether it was a very solemn and interesting service On time following Sunday pastor Willis preached a splendid scinon from I imothy and chapter Thou theer fore ontlure hardness as asoldier or Jesus Christ Alec Miles of Nicliolasviilc was ia our vllage Saturday Misses Battle Henry Florence Harris Annie and Itobert Henr3 of Lancaster visited friends and attended church here Sunday Mr Warren and Miss Edna Seott of Mt Hebron and Rogers of near Lancaster weie nests of tie family or Joseph Simp son Saturday and Sunday Miss te Jones attended the Hagan Hendcr son m irriaj e In county Wednes day The bride is 1 the gro In 20 Those attended the old maids vmven tion from this placQ it enjoyable Children and adults tortured l 3 barns scalds injaries eczema or skin diseases may secure instant relief by using DeWitts Witch Ha sel Salve It is the great Pile remedy Storraes Drug Store 1m I will sell my farm of 73 acres sit uated in Garrard county 2 12 miles northwest of taint Lick station on the L fc X Railroad It ha on it a new house with six rooms a new burn and other necessary buildings and also a good house There is a well of water at the door the best in time not failing during the drouth last summer The water is so cold that we never hivo to lite any ice in the weather The farm is un der good foico and is yery productive spring o pure running water that never has been known to go dry My reason for selling My advises me to change on the account of my health Address C 15 EXOIEMAJT Paint Lick Ky ORGANIZED 1883 presentand d n Austin the- M 11 es limit thi pronounce ver I I 4 For Sale county hot t growsin e 3 impressive i physician ci asm NATIONAL BANK OF LAHOASTEE FT Capital Surplus Fund 100000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed 15000 J M IIIGGIX30THAM LEWIS Y B F HUDSON W O RlONEY WALKER President VicePresident Cashier Assistant CaslTr Bookkeepei DIRECTORS JMHlOOINBOTHAH LEWIS Y LEAVELL JS JOHNSON TMARNOLD II C ARNOLD JR B F HUDSON ALEi GIBBS WALKER JACOB Y ROBINSON PUBLIC SALE I will sell nt outcry on the premises known as the Moss Kerby farm on Sugar Creek pike 2 miles Lancaster on WEDNESDAY FEIl 23 iSgS the following towlt12 heat of S milk cows 0 yearling calves 7 brood sows 30 shoats I twohorsewagon and harness 1 carriage and double liar ne s 1 good as new 1 drug harrow 1 cane mill and 1 Illsc good as new big plows double shovels and other farming too tedious to mention Also shcnf and threshed oats barley corn wheat meal lard household and k tcheu furniture TERMS All sums 10 and under cash in hand over that sum a credit of six monthstime will be given purchaser to execute good note 0 per cent interestfrom date of sale Sale at 9 oclock n m JOHN B CHUM LEY Market Quotation Corrected weekly by II B North cott dun 10 andllc Chickens 5 to 5 c Hens 5c Young to 3 c- Old Roosters 2c Turkeys GJ to 7c Old Gobblers Sto5J e Ducks 5 to 5 c Geese t 300 to 4 00 per doz Hides Green G Butter lOc Feathers fine white geese gray 25to27c Duck feathers 20 to 2fc Rags 15 per hundred Iron 8 to 15c Bones Calves veal 2f0 to 550 per head The King of Jollity Holds Court Mardi Gras festivities oftIle most elaborate chrracter this year at New Orleans and at Mobile T he Roy al Road is the Queen Crescent Vestibuled trains Cincinnati to New Orleans in 24 hours Excellent through service Only line run ning Cafe Parlor and Observation cars One fare round trip for the from all points North All lines connect with the Queen Crescent at Cincinnati and with S j Ry at Louisville You get to New Orleans 830 in I finding lodgings Queen Crescent trains are the finest in the South Interesten in the South Then send 10 cents 3 months subscription for new paper Land and a W C 1 Passr Agt Cincinnati 0 LEAV1LL C D J J li Deerill harrow I Egg Roosters3 to to tOe to COc 20 to 25c j occasion matIin I Ilvl 4 property 7c S Gen I THE OF LEXINGTON KY OUR 1T TV Our plan is a new application of an old principle and is based up on the actual experience of successful life insurance companies a period of over 200 years The same principles govern both only WE pay while you LIVE THEY pay when you DIE WE offer the INVESTMENT features THEY protect in case of DEATH With them death is the moving factor causing the payment of the policy with us a definite and fixed mathematical rule in lieu of death matures the policy INSURANCE IS A LAW OF AVERAGE They figure on so many men out of a thousand figure on policyThere the hen fit oi his investment return an average of 230 for every dollar paid us and yet we assume an obligation less than onethird as great as has been assumed and paid for years by the leading life insurance companies of America OUR MISSICXIV Only about twenty 20 per cent of the people are insurable Only the sound and healthy who least need its advantages can obtain life insurance Vhy should there not be a means provided whereby the other eighty So per cent of the population can carry an the same as the favored few who can get life insurance Our is to open the door to the entire population to enjoy the same or greater benefits for an equal or less expenditure considering the ad vantage to be derived and that those advantages maybe enjoyed during life by the one making the investment NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS That our plan is popular and based upon sound business is evidenced by our large and increasing membership as shown by our remarkable Exhibit of Growth See literature court the clysest scrutiny and most thoroug investigation No statement made that cannot be verified by actual results Others Make Money Why Not You The endorsement given this Company by the investment of bankers merchants ministers doctors railroad men mechanics in fact men of business sagacity in every vocation of life is an evidence of the soundness of our system ACXUAZ RESULTS AND OPINIONS OF SOME OF OUR HOLDERS REV J V RHKV of Mortonsville Ky says I have had an investment in the Southern Mutual Investment Co of Lexington Ky for more than three years I have had 23 coupons to mature by redemption which cost me less than S5330J and returned to me 141000LEXIXGTON Ky Saptember 10 1S97 To whom it man concern This is to certify that my husband W F White about three years ago in vested in the Southern Mutual Investment Co Since that time there have been 20 coupons to mature on which the Company has paid his estate 1C219J- Thesj coupons cost his estate less than 70000 to mature them I am pleased with the investment he made and am still carrying 04 coupons in the Company MARY E YIIITE A Smith Browman Mgr J C Hemphill Agt No i i Cheapside Lancaster Lexington Ky Kentucky h Mutual Cu dyingwe Ve investment mission principles Ve CERTIFICATE t Sailtileril Investment covering lawyers you Are Going North You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THE LOUISVILLE a NASHVILLE R R AND SO SCCURB The Maximum of Safety i The Maximum of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time and all other Information will be cheerfully furnished by C P G P A Or by IOPISVTL7T Ks IF If ATMORE Mnrkt Krort Taken from the Louisville Times of Wednesday afternoon WHEAT Xo 2 red and iongberry 9 e No 3 red and 9Cc rejected 2Sc less on levee Ic less COKX Xo 2 white Me No 2 mixed Oc CATTLE Extra shipping 0 Light shipping 1 CO 425 Best Butchers J004iFair to good butchers S5C 375 Common to medium butchers SCO 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