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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 18, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898021801_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 18, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOLUME VIII. . Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky as eeond Class Matter. P0Bgigg8p BURGLARS Cannot get through your doors if you will put on our substantial locks. Neither can they Force Open "Windows if the latter are supplied with our excellent Sash Locks. They may succeed in Tearing Awayi the lioof, but will not do so if you put on our substantial tin shingles. They will not Steal Tinware & Cooking Utensils as we sell these articles so cheap they will do better to buy them. If you want to Make it Hot For Them buy one of our handsome and durable stoves. We sell 'em cheap We and guarantee satisfaction. keep everything in the hardware line. Uc On The Sale Side by getting our prices before purchasing elsewhere. ' LANCASTER, KY., G. S. Gai IV ID AY, S. T. FEBRUARY, Evanr. 18. 1698. R. A. . Huj your tinware fr in Lamll if 1 known. Actual tests show it goesoae-tair- d Little Elizabeth Collier, daughter of The Old Maids Convention Adonis Much ! farther than day otker braad. Mr. and Mrs. J. 15. Collier has been Merriment and Amusement at The Court House. quite sick with pneumonia but is rapS. T. Evans will have cold storage idly improving. beef next Friday.'" One of the most enjoyable and laugh able entertainments ever given in our New Firm at Paint Liek. Fresh 03"sters for sale at Northcott'f.Veal c .Ives wanted! IJatler Fox. Greening & 200,000 trlc't for sale. Misu-sR. L. Jennings & Co., have little city was the Old Maids ConvenPence, Stanford, Ky. 17 lbs granulated sagar for Typewriter letter heads at this purchased of the Lackey Bro's., their tion held at the Court House Monday UL IVHUS. voung so We print t3pewritcr letter heads on stock of goods at Paint Lick and will evening. About thirty-fiv- e office. excellent bond paper. take possession in a short time. Mr. ciety folks took part, and each charS. T. Evans handles the N!g Spencer Qucensware at cost at Towels and. e Jennings is a hustling acter was well represented. The autobacco. & T. Evans on th The best two horse business man and will run things in dience was the largest that has assem bled in the Court House for niiny Wanted, hens at 5c per pound. II. market at G. S. Gaines'. style. S. T. Evans will have Armours cold 15. Northcott. Y years, and it was kept iu an uproar of y storage beef Friday. IIa3' an i co n always on hand at Old House ICurned. laughter from beginning to end of the 4t Easons, for retail. Will pay highest Eggs wanted. n The house occupied by Jno. Yeakey show. The first scene was the arrival .hemp seed for Fancy f cash price. IS. Fox. sale at (.!. S Gaines' Largest line Plow's and Plow gear. on the Cook farm, near town, was de- of the delegates in Lancaster. Each Absolutely Pure stroyed by fire Wednesday morning. carrie I six or eight bund es, J. R. Ilaselden. Wanted, T,'00 hens. Will pay 5c per 1 li3 receipts at the Old Maids Conand baskets, some brought degs, , bluegriss and This was the house in which a man , pound th's week. IS. Fox. Clover, oat"-- timothj-vention amounted to 140. named Wilmont killed his wife, moth- one brought her parrot and another orchard .grass always on hand at er, two daughters and hanged himself. good old sister even brought her caPOWOf CO., VOfltC hay by For sale. Corn, by bushel, Wanted! furs, hides, tallow. See us Gaines. The Wilm int tragedy occurred about nary, cage and all, to on joy the meettf before selling. II. 15. Northcott , bale. II. 15. Northcott. fifteen years ago; In Ins frenzy he ing. . l'lease Head. Diitrestiiis Accident. The "morning session" was devoted Orchard, clover, timothy, blue grass l$ay your goods from Evans on Rich I would like to do your plain sew- cut tiie women's throats with an axe As Mrs. J. J. Moore, of Bovle. and while they were in bd asleep. His to calling roll, fixing up committees I ing and dyeing. and all kinds of seed oats at Gaines.' Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. mond street, opposite Mrs. Hardens. two sons and ayoung lady visitor made and "ivinjr in experiences of the dif her daughter, Miss Delia, were com Will go to Wanted, Veal Calves. paper for man their escape to the woods and wan- ferent members of how and why thev ing out from Danville Mondav. the ve Ueginning with Feb. 10th our terms Decorated art tissue country and buy. H. 15. Northcott,.' will be cash. dered about 'til day. had never married. Tne hitter were hicle came in contact with the pole at J. C. Thompson.. tie, lambrequins, lamp shades rich, as the names of many of Lancas tne toll gate, this side of Danville and These are all new. J. C. Thomi son. ' the girl was thrown out and killed. For Coiigrcxs. Wanted, car load of Iron, Hones and, I will sell you package ci ifee at 10c. ter's prominent bachelors were There is much Hon. J. Mort Rothwell told a Rkc-ok-d H. 15. Northcott. talk as to who is to l'.oiirlxin Steam Laundry. J. R. HASELDEN. Rjl's. Sugar at cost, for cish. T. Currey. brought in and created mncli applause bl ame, and the soldiers, who were in man that it was his intention to and laughte-- . The Miss Olivia S veeney is agent for the second act was charge of the Cheapest house on earth. S. T. Evgate, are blamed to a I have two silver mounted show Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your make the race for congress in this dis- called the "afternoon W. I. Williams. Col. W.G. Welch. session", at reat extent. Wc have not learned Lancaster. ans. Call and try him. Richmond c: sis for sale, one 9 fcet'and the other orders at Sweeney's store. Stanford. tf trict next fall. He was asked if he which the "Rejuvenating Machine"' enough about the matter to say v.hj street. e rjd a hot fight for the nomination was 10. J. G Thompson. introduced. Mrs. Miil'ens. (Mrs. Njw book, the new otitic n of the and replied that he had sufficient IL T. Embry) who is the inventor of is to blame. & J. A. Rer.zley Sc Co., headquarters Remember our terms on and a 'to.' bible with S00 illustrations. Biblical pledges from leaders to make his nom- the machine, brought in two specimens Kevenuo Ulliee To Danville. for furniture carpet?, mattings, F.b. 10th will be spot cash. Master pieces, etc. Q io Vad s only ination su e. He said that no one of its work, and, after some persuation The department at Washington has and window-shade,1. C. Thompson1. would stand any showing who had evJ. C. 'I hompson. 25c per copy. the members were indu ol t) lie run yielded to the strong plea made and at- Law, er been the le ist bit on through the process. The electric lights in the Court Much fun was agreed to let Collect ;r Yerkcs move Lieut Young No l.elter. Postmaster at Bryantsville.; the money questim, and as the mr.j perfection Monday House worked to brought into this work. The old gals his otlice from Richmond to Danville. Reports say Lieut. Lucien Young is. A iWashii'gton dispatch says: Coi knew him to have always been were put in at a night. LANCASTER, KY. the ma- - This will be a big thing for Danville. still quite ill in a hospital on the Mex grssstnan Davison has rccommsnded teeth and for silver that fact chine given several grinds and a beau There are some cigiht or nine in the of Murdered Jit Mareellua. ican coast. B.'n G. Mu'.lins for postmaster at was all he needed. He is confident tiful yourg gi 1 appeared. After all the fice force whose salaries arrrerate Ivy. The expense account of farmers, by that the next representative will be a members had been "rejuvenated" they 510,000 a year. There is one SI,'JJ0 place, A dauj:h er of Lewis Yantis, colorec', grinding plow points at C. K Poindex-ter's- . iemoarat and is very sanguine of his ave a lieautif ul May Polo d New Knterprise. ince, one 1,500, four $1,230, one 51,000, and esterday swore out a warrent against succss. which close-- with a pretty tableaur. one $U00. It is probable that most of O. G. Speake has purchased a fine Leavell Sihoolr, the color d barber, Between acts I and If, Miss Georgia ie lo.-cHave your old clothes cleaned and charging him with seduction. P.itllalo Koller.Mllls. will nuve to Danville. In saw mill and will locate at Joel J. pr 'ssed up for Spring. Prlc;s reason a Paint Lick, Ky. MacMillen, of Richmond, gave a read- - addition to this the office Walker's. Speake is a hustler and will New Tailor Shop. Geo. Exti.nk. able. sure make a success It cost money to advertise and we ng which called forth a stjrm of ap reat many visitors to its town, which plause and was highly complimented is no small consideration. It has not Cleaning, pressing and rcpairii g S.iop over Logan & Robinson's store. lo not advertise for fun or pastime, Save Me Your Laundry. promptly and neatly done b Geo. but mean strictly. We do on all hands. Hie , is a beautiful vounr been deeded as to when the transfer , Lost, between here and Dinville o- Extiue. Shop over Logan & Robin- I have agency for t le Troy Ster.m graceful manner will be made. believe that we are in shape to give lad-- and the eas.-Wednesday, a bundle, wrappsd in a on's store. Laundry, with headquarters at Jo .ou as good mr lu exchange BATTLE-SHI- P. for your in which she recited would have reflecwill be liberally newspaper. i:attlehip Maine Destroyed. ieph's store. Will call for work, de- xvheat as can be made and as most all ted credit upon any professional. Corn Wanted. rewarded by returning same to thi Tuesday night the b ittleship, Maine, liver it promptly and appreciate your wheat The success of the entertainment is that was raised in 1SU7 was rood o lice. tf Lksi.ik 11ki:dov. the pride If parties wishing to sell corn will kindness. For the launching of the 15 ittle-shi- j it i a rai'J excepti in that we f;.il to due entirely to the untiring efforts of up in the of the U. S. Navy, was blown bring it to me at once, I will buy same. "Kentuckj"' at Newport News, Va.. harbour at Havana. !! j3 of the Miss Amanda Anderson, and she cer .five our customers SI lbs. of our fault-.ed as old maids, pThe Land, dr. s Straye I or Stolen. W. Miller, Mgr. Pilgrimage Dis crew are dead and missing and all the Chesapeake and O.iio Railway wil raded the streets Monday after.ioon in ss flour and 10 lbs. bran for everj' tainly deserves much praise foe so From my farm, Monday, Feb. 14, a tillery. kinds of rumors are afloat. As yet no make the following1 low round trij of wheat. If you will try us successfully carrying out the great una large wagon, advertising the Con ed, dehorned cow about 7 years old. bushel satis'actory explanation has been rates from r o'nts name '.: with a wagon load of wheat we are dertaking. vention. It drew out as big a crowr. e News. Xo to L'beral reward for return .$12.00 There were so many good points made, and in the nature of the case From Lexington sure you will come again. We are preas the ayerare circus parad?. Mks. Faxmk M Fakica, Nothing new this week on the turn . 12.00 Winchester, nothing beyond theory can be advanLancaster, Ky. pared to exchange Hour every d iv ex- about the show that, in order to con- ced, but justice . 12.UI " Mt. Sterling ueman Is that Capt. J. A. Reazlcy & Co., will reci ive pike situation. The three roads pre cept Sand. iy. We guarantee our Hoar dense, we reproduce from our book . 12.00 I'arls Sigsbee's plea or a suspension of judgtheir line o. U dertaktrs Goods uex viously mentioned still collect toll, liall. 12.". just like we do when we sell it. If it the follow inj; " Frankfort ment for the present to be observed. we k. and will keep constantly on hough there are no guards at th: NOTES . 12.2T. " Kleliinuiitl Mrs. Charlotte Ball, sixty-- f mr years-ol- is not gool return it an I wo will satis s rates. Naturally, in view of the popular anilli.CO Tink And is n was thar, ye know. hnad everything to ba found in a was a consistent member of the fy yox Buax.vM & Rc iikku. ' Stanford . i::.2" attention ablislinient. iptist church suice si o .vas eighteen There were 17 reserved seats sold. mosity against Spain, there is no dearth Capt. White Keller. of opin'on that sonic tf and correspondingly low rates ironi insired. Spriup; Announreiiient. ears old. She 1 ved a true earnest The veteran typo, Capt White was Bright Swinebroad caught it in the Spaniard is responsible fir the all other Ccatral Kentucky points. I am receiving Spring and Summer ;ible to walk to the office Wednesday. christian li.'c until God, in His infinite neck. You Mimt Sign. disaster, but ev rything indicates an called her home,fro this worlu am pies from four of the best Mer who sent in a commu- He set a few "sticks" and said that dia .visdom Hugh Logan was the sutjict of aceident. 1 he standing of Capt. Sigs-be- e If the Reduced Hotel chant Tailoring houses in America. on hig'i, Feb. 2, 1SU3. "Disgraceful eouddet on him more good than a dose of med to her home many rich j ikes. nication on as a careful and capable officer is .nd I will continue to sell at lower Meeting at Presbyterian Church. Reduced rates have been made ai Rattle Row" will give us their n: m.'s, icine. Hugh Logan and his Kangaroo presumptive evidence that all the oririces and smaller profits than you the Hotels at Newport News and a we will p:int the atticle. Unsigned So much interest has been awakened can una elsewhere. For Sale or Kent. Only the best brought down the house. "You stole dinary precautions against accident The names are Old Point Comfort, which is only a few articles cann t go. g Rev. Henry Faulconer's I will either sell or rent my resi- quality of goods oircrtd No shodd-- . my heart and now you steal my Kan- were maintained on board the Maine, miles distance and connected by Elec- not wantid io publication. and no needless charge of carelessness lence. It is in good repair and in a that it was decided to continue them Satisfaction, in every particular, or no garoo." tric Car service. The house is pay. Warnamaker and Brown have trood neiirhborhood. For particulars through this week. "Sim Duncan may be 00 years old should be made without conclusive New Goods. every night and it is believed the largest house and the largest trade a id not have a tooth in his head, but proof. No other trip ever offered as many I have added to the old stock, a new call on either W. II. Kinnaird or my crowded the services will result in much good. Mary K. Weisiger. the nation. Compare goo Is and he's Cutk just the same", remarked SOUL STIKLNG EVENTS line of seasonable goods which I will self. These Yomi Men Xot Needed sell lew for cash. Call and see me at When merchants, or business men as does this one. Thi boj s have a way of '"sacking' or prices and you will give me your order. one old sister. got ta; f'ed The electric light wires On March 15th, 125 tickets will be Gabe Grecnleaf, Pony Bcazley, Cable of any kind see that they are going to by the high wind Friday night and the "canning" every dog they can catch tn placed in a box and each of my eastePeople from Inland Kentucky have the old stand. J. C. Robinson. D nny, Sara Duncan, Clay Sutton, Jnr need help in their stores or offices and iacandescents, or small lightc, could the street. It is lots of fun, but when rners, who bought goods during the rare opportunity of witnessing the Lar and '1 ink Aaderson each caught find that it is necessary to employ not b2 used. The streets were alM the wronjr man's dog is caught some c.omb'ned A: my and Navy life at the Taken upas Kutray. just passed, can for the such help, they do not walk out on the right though. The trouble was quick body will get into trouble. Some men number, which will get draw fine pair the hot end of a good j ike. most historic .spot in the United States. Rid sow, without any mark, weight the will fight over a dog quicker than over Mr. O. T. Wallace and his estimable streets among the loa'ers, nor into the aboat 3)0 lbs. Came to my house last ly remedied S iturday. of pants, offered as a premium. THINK OF IT! one of their family. w'fe furnished old-timusic with saloons or billiard halls to find the M. D. Huoiiks, Agent. of January. Owner can have same by 31. C. A. State Convention, fid lie and piano for the Virginia reel. young man to do their work. Neither The landing place of the Jamestown paying cost and proving propert'. On To Louisville. Ky. Mr. Wallace is a good fiddler and his do they wait to get the scent of a cig seitivrs, uie I'ocouonias anu lapt. Feb. ISth. A Sad Heath. J. L. WoitXEit, Round trip rate from Junction City The two darkies "Buggy Horse" and John Smith incident, Cornwallis arette and follow up its trail in search kindness was appreciat'd. Lancaster, Ky. for this occasion via Queen & Crescent Geo. Wallace arrested for selling This coir mauity was greatly shock his Hritish forces, the battle Neither are they One old sister said she was engaged of a cood ass'stant. of the Monitor and Merrimae, and ed Wi daesday morning to learn of the 15.50. Tickets on sale Febru whisky on Battle Row, were taken Ronte is looking for the nice young man who is Wall l'aner. last, but in the tame class, the launchideath of Miss Sophronia Smith, which to Clay Sutton, the "bar"' writer, back afraid to do a little hard ary 17th, ISth. and 19th good to return from Mt. Vernon to Louisville for trial ng- of the work for fear I have secured the agency for a lead-in- ? the 22nd. Ask agents for particulars. The case will come up this week. c irred about 3 o'clock that morning. in the forties, but one day a big snake Clay so badly that he has since it will blister his hands, soil his finmanufacturer aad have samples o! "Buggy Horse'' gave bond and cam The deceased was quite popular among scared Most Powerful Battle Ship gers or rumple his clothes. While the Strayed an clrgint line of Wall Paper, and the young people and was a noble been afraid to venture far from home. business man wants help back home. that is of cur Navj, and it w 11 be calkd will be glad to order any amount parFrom my pasture, on House place, tpe oi pure womanhood, alio was in The May Pole d ince was rn Icr the and clean in its habits, yet aboveneat all Joe Waters Shot. ties may desire. Call at my residence about Dec. 15, one red yearling steer. Kentucky" Think of it! year oi ner age. sne was direction of Miss Mary Miller. This he wants help that is not in j afraid to While hunting near his mother's in taken ill while attending the Worlds charming young lady is entitled to weight about 553. Liberal reward for As soon as the date of Launching is and get prices. take hold and do whatever is to be Mrs F. L. Austin. tf turn. Leave any information with Boyle, Mr. Joe F. Wf.ters met with an Fair, but improved greatly a'terward. much praise for the lovely manner in done. It would be a good settled on, it will be given wide pubidea for accident that will lay him up for a Lattr on consumption developed and. which this part of the program was T. 11 Walker. in the papers. licity young men who are out of employment l'rttf. I!e:i Evans. His rifle dispharged as he on a recent visit to Chicago she was carried out. Ions' time. E. T. TKXCK. to remember some of these things. IVof I5cn Evans is teaching a sub MAKE YOUR PLANS. was getting over a fence, the ball pas taken so ill that it became necessary A stampede was created in the conscription school at Sallie's school Through sleepers will run from Ensign J. R. Breekinri Ige, of the sing through his left foot and making to remove her back to Kentucky. She vention when the oM sisters descover-e- d No young man who makes a habit of frequenting places of evil resort, and Ilouie in Madison Co., these cold win- United States vessel Cushing, was an ugly and a very painful wound. was the second daughter of Mr. and a man (Letcher Owsley) concealed who persists in destroying his mind ter days and has a very good atten- washel overboard and drowned. He He is still at his mother's, where his Mrs. George Smith, who reside on Dan For detail information write or call in their hall. lie said he was a re with cigarettes need expect to be able dance. Ren &ays that since he has was a nephew of Judge R. J. Breckin wife h is joined him Stanford Jour ville avenue. Funeral services con on any agent, or porter for The Rkcokd, and they im to get anything to do in this world been teaching in the mountains the ridge, of Danville. Breckin-rid,- e nal. Young lucted by Eld Gowen, were held in mediately fired him bodily. GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. P. A., Ch.'l liea in the "ltlue Grass Belt ' have where muscle ani brain are needed. of was a class and roam-mat- e the Christian church this morning at Uniform Kank. The appearance of the New Woman There is plenty of work for every one, got to simrt for him. LEXINGTON, ICY. County Attorney Letcher Owsley 11 o'clock, af:er which the remains (Frank Marksbury) created great in of some kind, provided he is willing' to The Uniform Rank, Knights of Py It is said by knowing ones that a while the latter was a cadet at Annap- thias, is now baing reorganized in Lan were laid to restin the Lancaster Cem dignation among the members. She do the work, and futhermore is willolis. etery. 1 he bereaved family have the came in wearing bloomers and smok ing to live so pofu'ar Iloyle county farmer will soon as to have the confidence caster and bids fair to make one of the sympathy of their many friends in ing a cigarette. "Oh, Horrors! lead to thi hymen'al alter one of Ga'lhc of those who have the work to da The excellent cut of Miss Bradley, largest and best divisions in the state. bereavement rrard most beautiful and accomplish- used in last issue, was made by Mayer New officers will be elected and, we this great impudent, brazen-facewretch!" Madisonville Hustler. ed young la lies. We are a raid to give & the Louisville engravers. understand, G. Bright Swinebroad will Curiosity. the names, as the 15cyle man has two The cut was not ordered 'til lati and be made captain. He would make a Horace Herndon, the clever clerk at many rivals wh are not yet aware o came in only a short time before we capital officer and take the interest Stormes Drug Store, has in his posses the coming nuptials and who are still went to press. It was our intention to required to keep up an organization sion a ncwspiper which is quite a cu pressing their c'aims. of the of this kind. The division will attend riosity. The name is "Tho Ulster give a more extended write-uyoung lady, in addition to that of the the National Encampment to be held County G.izette" and it bears date JanLookout Clay. "The best snake story since that of W. C. T. U., but lack of time preven in Indianapolis next August and will uary 4, lbOO. It is remarkably well probably take the Lancaster band preserved and is filled with a report of Garden of Eden comes from California. ted. along. death and burial of Gconre Washing A man once sived the life of a ratllHollier Than Thou. ton. Some of the advertisements are s. that evinced the liveliest kind of gratCall at my store and we will ex- itude, and finally took up its abode in 'Danville people," observes the Pcn- We overheard some gentlemen talk quite old. One reads as follows: Advocate, ?Are, "For Sale, The one Half Interest in his cabin. One night he heard a com ciler in the Danville plain how to ing, or ratheV bragging, in Stormes' motion on the ground floor. lie ran as a rule, jast a little bit better than drug store about gardening. Billy a Saw Mill, with convenient place for any other people on the face of the holdGet One of these Boasters Free! down aad f jund the rattle-snak- e Romans said he had made preparations building lying in the town of Roches ing a burglar in its coils, with its tail earth. Oi this I am fir.nly convinced, to sow radishes and several other veg' ter. By the Mill is an inexhaustible q lality of Pine Wood an J also a Stout out of the window rattling for a po- - for I have their own words for it." alStormes us your . . . Il'j needless to say you "have their etables. Jno. tomatoes,said he had licemm. E onions, pump Healthy Activj. Negro Wench. Any ready planted own wc rds for it." Everybody knows . . . Butter and Eggs. Bob Kinnaird then person inclined to purchase may know kins and peas. Wc Have Proof. the average Danvilliau thinks himsel said he had oaiots two feet high,peas the part'cula-- s by applying to Jno. make you happy, Dr. Sam LurnsiJe, of 1 exas, has baen a little tin ancrel. and it is a stale coming up and corn in the ground, Schooamaker at Rochester. to hear 'em bragging on to N jv. 23, 1793." Ab)ut this time Maj. Jim Barnside, us. writing soma pretty windy talcsLast chestnut you trade hunting. themselves. But 'twill be a blanked Lancaster friends about The paper was. found in the attic of best garduer in Kenin August "when anybody else the oldest ani pictu:e cald-daLANGDON'S BREAD DAILY. wesk he sent Thk Record a There can stomach sacli cas. ' Bitter than tucky came in and started to tell what Dr. Kinnaitd'i office by S nk IlilL Mr. o! several "strings" of q laiL he had, but the crowd scattered and Herndon has been offered as much as c ;n b' counle I fc75 b'.rJs and aiy other pecple." That's genuine, dollars for it, but refuses Groceries, Cbeap for Cash. skated home over the snow, ice an tweatj-fis- e They are so there are dojbtlcss more which are Danville corncobosity. to sell. frozen ground Fresh Oysters from Baltimore . not distinct. 'J hese were all kille I in good over there that state malitia has TO COLD IS ONE SAY. CUBAN RELIEF cure? 's one days hunt and if you don't be'isve to be kept o guard to prevent Aaaua ColiC' Nellra,8'aand Toothache Take CURE ABromo Quinine Tablets. All Lvxitive curiosity hunters from catching it the oictnre is oi exhibition in The Druggists refund the money If It fails to Care. - Record Office. Price, 25 OMHB.. I KcenU. and Summer Complaints. the whole lay out. i IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. ics is headquarters kind of see.'.s. for all K Three cakes soap for 5c. Stoned A BIG SUCCESS. The Royal is the highest grade baking powder Tr WMBZR BAKINO (J NEW 4- - . 2 wide-awak- C,-r- home-grow- POWDER band-box- BOVAL et. wall-pip- Attorneys - weak-knee- d -- trap-doo- toe-na- il All business attended to promptly. nov-23-t- f. . -- e s - 11 - -- 1 7 -- Toll-Gat- . . first-clast- 15 wild-eye- d Rates. pa-ti- 4 Mays-vill- e, d p Prepare for Cyclones! By Insuring your Houses. , Expert-Gardner- Insure your Hemp! And Take No Risk of Loss. Bring Will If with We write these Policies R. KINNAIRD, General Insurance, Lancaster, Ky ea-il- 1 1 Bar-num- H. M. BALLOU- fldHlvlv CENTRAL RECORD VEBY WEEK BY. A New Line of S I,OUIS I,AXDRA3, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST. STRUCK OUT WILL NOT YiELD. The Seven Covington Coiiiicilsnen Itf'lllUltl in .l.iil. 5 One Yfab, in advanck " Six Months. " Tbbkk " l.00 M 25 FRIDAY, February, 18, 1898. Testimony as to lluslmiul ami W.fo Mnst lie I'roiit 1) Iier ':irlii- in Divoici Case. Fkankfokt. Ky., Feb. U. The sen- Prefer to A. Nie L. Kuh, Ill i S1.T5. A 12. W. Liikml. .Jno. U. wrii Sons at falls Lillard, & Szovlz, Also a Variety of .tout. 1 Ky. Feb. If the quality of V.lls being introduced in the legislature grows much worse, we will hire some big stout man to take us out behind the woodshed and administer a sound kicking for the words of praise we utterel toward that body along in the beginning of the session. One of the recent rediculous bills introduced provides that the County Judge of each county shall fix the hotel, boarding-hous- e and restaurant rates for their county. It provides that the maximum s hotels shall not exrate for ceed 1.59 per day; boarding-house- s fifty cents per day and restaurants twenty-fiv- e cents per meal. "The bc?s 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 hz a law betting forth what a man must eat, how many "chaws"' to take on each bit?, and the length of time he shall sit at the table. Its hard to understand why a body ot men containing so man3' bright members will tolerate this nonsense. If such silly things are indulged in much longer the will end, like nearly all previous ones, without accomplishing anything for the good of the commonwealth. first-clasn ate had nearly as many new bills Us members in attendance Mitimlay. The following bills wore passed: Relieving stockholders in newspapers of double liability; concerning jail pli3sicians in Louisville; house bill making Wiekliff, Ballard county, a city; house fifth instead of sixth-clas- s bill fixing a pennlty for failure of county scliool superintendents to com-ly with the law as to informing each (.ounty school as to the manner of bending pupil to the A. & M. college. The house bill cliangiuj tjj:.! vode as to testimony was al&o passed, after the bcuate had. amended tha measure so as to strike out the provision allowing husband and wife to testily uguinst each other in divorce cases. The bill, as amended, makes no change in the law except to allow depositions of convicts, t certain 1 cases. trusThe senate act, allowing tees to employ sheriffs to collect school tax. DESPERATE DUEL. Another It.nlly WouiiJod uiiil tlu- - Tlilr.l In .1 ill. LorifrVH.l.K, Feb. 14. A desperate duel was fought with knives and pistols between George Vogt and ArOne airin naber, cigar ir.sinmiielurer, sikionkLCi er, Michael Messingsc'agor, 11. B. Huelefeld, tobacco brc.ker. cigar manufacturer, John Dor&cl, retired distiller, Charles Avery, iron roller, F. C. Nicmeyer, batcher, the scviii imprisoned couucilmeii pf Covington, were before Judge Wednesday at 10 a. in., in the hearing of the habeas corpus writ i&siied by Judge Hodge at Newport TucsJay. An effort to swear Judge Tarvin off the bench in the case on the ground Unit he v .s an interested party failed, The ji dgj said his only "interest was to prevent certain persons from acting lis "anarchists," Then there were legal tilts on the writ. Attorney Fiske cited legal authorities. Theodore Ilallaiu retorted to the judge, who spoke of his prcs ences "Yen are offering me uu In&ult und I can not respond." The judge refused to release the men on Judge Hodge's writ and said he would allow th j prisoners to ma'ce a new appeal in habeas corpus bjfore lis ground for refu.ing Judge writ was that it had been issued before the imprisonment of the eouncilmen. The eouncilmen were recommitted. Theodore Iktlkuu wub told thai tie was in ton tempt. AL the prisoners show evidence of close conhneiiK-nt- , siV.ral requiring the attendance of a physician and ail appearing in need of rest. It was this which probably induced Judge Tarvin t urge them, before adjourning court Wednesday afternoon, to end the unfortunate affair and give him opportunity to let tin m return to their hemes and families. His address, however, et uched in the friendliest terms, pas.-- unheeded and they were again remanded to jail. l.ii:n:xi;:;NCi:, Ky., Feb. 11. The seven recalcitrant eouncilmen passed an easy night behind tiie bars, and were aroused about seven a. m. Thursday. With the exception of Councilman IJuh, who is slightly indisposed, they all seemed to enjoy the prison fare und breakfasted in a hearty manner on Kentucky corn brc.t I and Cf.fVee. Some one smuggled in some cigars and tliej' all enjoyed an after breakfast cigar. The services of a barber uvre becured and cleanly shaven they awaited the usual summous to the courtroom. Court convened in the usual manner at 10 o'clock and the seven rebellious ones were again ca led on to face the judge whose authority they have so None of them persistently defied. show any signs of yielding. I 10. .1. if if n n t 5 n EAD IH ue0 8TS 8 J ITS DRUB STORE. Orders tsilicn for nil Foreign or Domtstic Miij;iziiies or Newspapers. STONE. Joseph Simpson bought of Fayette 11 cattle Rrooks, of Jessimine, at Master Man ford Murphy caught something in a trap Friday night that res;mb!ed a wild cat. T. L. Sounders, wife and little son and daughter, spent Saturday night with the hitters mother, Mrs. Rebecca Mes;rs. Seott, of Little Ilicltman. Norman Grow, Samuel Duncan and Elwin Grow, of this vicinity, spent Siturday night an Sunday with Mr. G. I, Seott, of Jessamine. Mrs. Mary A. Saunders visited her sister, Mrs. Mattie Roberts, of Little Hickman, this, week, Mibu Irene llaney attenc'-e- i preaching at Rjc'.ceye, Sunday, and a'so visited Miss Celes'e Simpsor. MKs Mattie an I Pearl Saunders spent Sunday night with Miss Irene Raney. Mr. Asbery Preston gave a party Saturday night in honor o' Jesse and Ljjwis Lmaj'. Harry W'Ua, of Warren county, visited his uncle, L. U. Crutehlield, this week. Miss Nettie Preston spent Sunday with her aunt, 15. Mrs. L'zz'e Lemay. E Covington, of Little Hickmtn, spent Sin lay with Tom Lemay. Mr. Newt and wife spent Sunday wit'.i T. L. S.inders and family. C.ar.inee Rroaddus, of Lancaster, and Miss Minnie Itroaddus, MeCretry, visited the family of Thomas Senders Sunday. 1 G.-o- i Mall t&$zp DAZHITIXjUS, &szl&i; :: kizXz7 Stationery, Paints, Oils. Etc. KENTUCKY, Rheumatism Is a blood disease and only a blood remedy can cure it. So many people make the mistake of taking remedies which at best are only tonics and cannot possibly reach their trouble. Mr. Asa Smith, Greencastle, Indiana, says: "For years I have suffered with Sciatic Rheumatism, which the best physicians were unable to relieve. 1 took many patent medicines but they did not seem to reach my trouble. I gradually grew worse until I was unable to take my food or handle myself in any way; I was absolutely helpless. Three bottles of S.S.S. re lieved me so that I was soon able to move my right arm; before long I could walk across the room, aud when I had finished one dozen bottles was cured completely and am as well as ever. I now weigh 170." The Latest Styles. We have received our full line of Fall and Winter Goods, and they are the Very Latest and Iest money could Luy. Our stock of Fine E-ent- Footwear him, Hodge's is complete in every detail, and a look will convince you that they arc unsurpassed. Sac our immense line of s Mnii.i:s;;oi:oi"Gii, Ky., Feb. 15. The smallpox situation was worsj Monday. Physicians discovered sjven new eases during the day, three of them being whites. C. Abell, brother of Chief of Police Hall, who runs aaloDn on Ninep teenth street, was remoyed to the east The long and stubborn fight of the Louisville port has end as a smallpox patient. The cases, been ended by the appointment of C of Charles Whitaker, a white boy living on Eakter avenue, and a white man M. Harnett, of Ohio County. A majornamed Murphy were discovered Monity of those familiar with the strug- day morning, and they were placed in gle believed to the last moment that rigid quarantine. There are now a the Lancaster man, Col. Dan. Collier, total of ttS cases under treatment would win and much surprise was manIc:ilinl Trial by ifested when Burnett's name was sent Loitisvii.i.k, Ky., Feb. l.". Tom Manin. Col. Collier, so the dispatches say, ly died Monday morning at the jail of had the best endorsements of any ap- pneumonia. The wife of the dead mai) plicant, and his friends labored faith- is in Cincinnati but the family reside fully for him. but Djboe, the republi- in this city. Manly, together with can senator, demanded Barnett and Bill Harkins. was charged with daring weeks ago, in the president listened to him. The robberies. Several man broad daylight, two unlocked turning down of CoL Collier goes to warehousi of Win, G. Meier & Co., the the further show the uncertainty of pol- tobacco warehousemen. Eight hogsitics. We believe the majority of re- heads of tobacco, valued at SI, 503, were publicans in the state wanted Collier, removed and shipped to Cincinnati for but the peoples' wishes cut no ice bale. Manly and Harkins werJ arrestthese days, nor have their desires had ed and charged with the theft any weight with the powers-that-b- e KiiKln Hrt ckenridsc's Funeral. for some years. A man might take a Lexixgto.v, Ky., Feb. 15. The fupetition to Washington signed by every neral of Ensign Joseph Cabell Breckinman, woman and child in Kentucky ridge, who was washed from the torpedo and one little senator or boat dishing and drowned near Hacongressman cou!d knock the appli- vana last Friday morning, will take in cant into a cocked hat. The plain place The this city next Friday mornbody will leave New York ing. people are very dear creatures about Wednesday, arriving in Lexington election time but, it over, they can go Thursday ewuing. The funeral servto Halifiax with their requests. ices will be held at the homs of Dr. II. M. Skillman, on North Broadway, and will be conducted by Rev. W. S. "Who would have ever thought that Ful'.on, the republican party would turn down church. of the Second Presbyterian the old soldier," remarked CongressArrested After a Ituttle, man Jerry Simpson at Washington the Lol'isvim.k, Ky., Feb. 15. Stamper, day, "and yet that is what they the noted moonshiner, has been capother have done in this Congress, lime was tured after a fierce battle. The huswhen the Republicans could not do band of Mrs. Stamper, who was arenough for the veteran, but now it rested, enticed two Cincinnati girls seems that time is past Do you know away to sell moonshine. To Extend Right to Organise Trust Com-the ciuse for this sudden change?'' jianies. Yes. A boy could anFkankfokt, Ky., Feb. 15 Senator swer that The old soldier stands no Shanks' show at the hands of this congress ganize bill extending the right to ortrust companies to smaller couns'mply because it is composed of a lot ties that now have not the right passed of m;n who were either too blanked the senate. big cowards to enlist and fight for Klcctlon Itill Passes the Senate. which ever side they thought to be l Fkankfokt. Ky., Feb. 11. The right, or were at the time too little to election ("force") bill passed the remember anything about it A friend- senate Thursday by a bare constituship exists between all old soldiers, no tional majority after the hottest fight matter if they were on opposite sides, of the session. and the mean things done and said toLexington Restaurant Fails. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 15. The resward them invariably come from people who took no hand in the late un- taurant of C. S. Bell, jr., was closed bj the sheriff Monday night on attachpleasantness at all. ment sworn out by his father, C. S. Gex. Dudley, who is counsel for Dr. Bell, sr., who was his surety on four notes aggregating S4,'200. An outside Vf. Godfrey Hunter in the contest creditor sued the elder Bell, and he, to S. Rhea, has let it be save himself, sued his son. .ajainst John known that Dr. Hunter is willing to Legacy From Germany. drop the case, though a Washington Lexington, Ky., Feb.15. James H. special says it is possible that the com- Beitz, of the Phoenix hotel, Monday mittee will try the case and declare receved a draft for SI,17D."24 from the Mr. Rhea's seat vacant if the evidence United States consular agent at is suBcient A Germany, being the legacy left public hoped that Hunter would be heard of him by a deceased relative. no more for a while, at least Cut His Throat. Berky, Ky., Feb. 11. Joe Lilliston. who. for Four weeks from last Wednesday, a feather renovator, the business some months has been in with the legislature will have run its course. Mr. R. L. Sladc, attempted suicide If the members expect to do anything while in a state of temporary insanity. it is high time they were about it Thursday morning, by cutting his throat There is little hope of his reA thrill of terror is experienced covery. Held for llurglary. when a brassy cough of croup sounds Shannel, Paris, Ky., Feb. through the house at night But the Ed Washington and12. JohnJones, colterror soon changes to relief after One ored, charged withLuther burglary, were Minute Cough Cure has been adminis- held to the circuit court in bond tered. Safe and harmless for children. each by Judge PurnelL They were reStorm es' Drug Store. 4jrV lm manded to jaiL forsur-veyorshim Goe-beNau-stadg Sexoii Exkiouk Dkputv De LOMEf the Spanish minister to the UniteJ States, kicked up quite a commotion in Washington by writing a letter to a Spanish oflicial severely reflecting on the character of President McKinley, saying, among other things: "It shows once more what McKinley is: weak and catering to the rabble, and, besides, 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 request for his recall. The resignation was accepted and De Lome is a thing of the past, officially. lie is the contemptible dago who once before severely criticised America, her women, her industries etc., and Uncle Sam should have set the toe of his big boot tinder De Loses coat tail as soon as he landed on American soil. !. Waldron, Sunday, at Fourth avenue and K street Fred Vogt, the son of Giorge Vogt, was also drawn into the encounter. As a result, Waldron is lying at the city hospital in a precarious condition an is not expected to Jive. Fred Vogt is at the Gray street infirmary bail y wounded and the elder Vogt is in jail charged with malicious shooting. The primary cause of the trouble was a murder case tried in the Jefferson county circuit court about eight years ago. The elder Vogt was up charged with murder and the father of Arthur Wal.lron was one of tlu principal witnesses for the state. In consequence a bitter hatred has always existed between the two families and finally culminated in Sunday's affair. They J'iayrii "Ilos KilEnj." Bowi.ixo Gi:i:ex, Ivy., Feb, 14. A game of '"hog killing"' came very nearly ending in the death of a child of Rev. 15. F. Page. Two children, one aged an.l the other aged 4, were playing in the lot. when tiii?y 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 camj down upon it with an ax. Luckily, the blow was a slanting one, and while the child was pretty bitdly hurt he is in a fair way to recover. thur 1 J3t Furnishings, We have an elegant line of Trunks and Valises. When in Danville don't fail to give us a call. CALDWELL DA NVILLE, k LANIER, KE NTUCKY. A Real Blood Remedy vegcla-table- "2 S.S.S. cures Scrofula, Cancer, Eczema, and ail' form of blood troubles. If you have a blood disease, take a blood medi) cine S.S.S. (gnat anteed purely is exclusively for the blood and is recommended for nothing else. It Don't annoj' others by your cough- forces out the poison matter permanentHIGHEST CASH ing, and risk 3'our life by neglecting a ly. We will e Ad One minute Cough cure cures send to anyone our valuable No. 5 coughs, c ldR, trjup, grippe and all books. Address throat and lung troubles. Stormes Swift Specific Drug Store. lm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Tins Xcw W. J. LOUGHHIDGE, Maniifactnrar of Hemp. PEICE Dealer in Cultivated and Lint Hemp Seed and Clover Seed- at all limes PAID FOR HEMP. Cheapside. :: Lexington, THE - Telephone 205. Kentucky. THE Ship' Clultciilii. MARKSBURY. SVvimi Sew Smallpox C':im.. The following new bills have been presented in the senate: For the benefit of sheriffs, allowing them a fee of .".0 cents for making a levy on personal property for taxes; to amend charters ol s cities S'. that eouncilmen inu' be elected by votes in their ward instead of by votes of the whole, city; jiving effect to section It)'.) of the constitution, which provides for the right to construct and maintain lines of telegraph within this state. third-clas- New ISilS ill the lii'liute. Fkankfokt, Ky., Feb. P.'. here Saturday in a disagreement of the jury. The jury agreed us to the guilt but disagreed as to the extent of the punishment. One juror was for a sentence of two years in the penitentiary, eight were for 'JO jvar.-and three for life. The trial here last June, in this case, resulted in a of -- 0 years in the penitentiary. The smallpox at 3IiltllCBUoro. MlDpi.KPKOKO, Ky., Feb. 14. Annie Gaines, colored, is the only new smallpox 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 accommodate patients, the old one being more of a. barn than a dwelling for the sick. Wholesale vaccination will be commenced Monday. Total number of cases under of the accused, Couldn't F.x tliu Sentence. ToMi'Kix.svn.i.K. Ky., Feb. 15. The trial of Walter Leslie, charged with the murder of Cullom l).Cantra'. ended treatment '20. Heavy Shipment of Scrap Iron. Ky., Feb. 14. Dahl & Owensboko, Grossinger of this city, are loading (500,000 pounds of old scrap iron on cars for shipment to Indianapolis, Ind. The consignment represents, the accumulated purchases of several years and it will require 15 cars to carry it The special freight train left over Louisville, Henderson and St. Louis railway Satuday night tucky house, with a small attendance, spent the day's session in routine consideration of committee reports and did nothing of importance. Scut to the Penitentiary. Russei.i-vii.le- Fkankfokt, Only Routine Work. Ky.. Feb. 14. The Ken- , Ky., Feb. 14. Doc Chapman, white, and Ambrose Stevenson, colored, were sent to the penitentiary for two years each Friday for murder. K'cked in the Head by a Horse. Lawkencebuko, Ky., Feb. lii. Henry Black, an aged colored man, was kicked in the head and fatally hurt Friday morning. lie was shaping up some fancy horses for R. II. Lillard, which were entered in the Chicago horse sale, and fell under the sulkv. Jurisdiction Fkankfokt, Ky., Feb. 11. Judge Pryor is not here, but such lawyers as Senator Goebel, the attorney general and others seem to doubt seriously the jurisdiction of the appellate court. No Covington lawyers have as yet arrived. of Appellate Court Doubted. Drowned Himself in a Cistern. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 12. After celebrating 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 We are anxious to do a little good in when his body was found in his cistern. this world and can think of no plcas-antMrs. Treacy Sues for Insurance Money. or better way to do it than by Lexington, Ky., Feb. 12. Mrs. Mary recommending One Minute Cough Treacy, Friday, filed sued against Cure as a preventive of pneumonia, the Standard Life ,aBd Aecident Co., consumption and other seriou3 lung of Detroit, for $5,000, on a policy held troubles that follow, neglected colds. by her on the famous horseman. lm Stormes' Drug Store. llonos cut Itonos ihbctur. Editok Cr.NTKAi. Rkcoku: As an old Kentu kian and whilom citizen of Lancaster, I beg to say a word through the medium of your good journal in commendation of one of the fairest of the fuir daughters of my native state. I notice that just the slightest ripple oi dissatisfaction is apparent among scnu of the old sailors in regard to the christening of the new battle-shiKentucky, with pure wate instead of whisky or wine; and thes3 faint rumblings are being echoed Ly a few bibulous They claim that the use of water will augur but ill for the great vessel, and seal her fate from the start; and it will be dillicult to find good seamen to man her, for she is certain to go down ln storm or in battle. Now, isn't that too bad? Rat let superstitious old tars wag their sLly heads, shrug their shoulders and prognosticate bad things; it will not frighten or discourage a brave and true gentlewoman from a wise and righteous course. Thousands and thousands of good ships, whose spirituous baptism had no power to save, have been doom-- t d to wreck and ruin upon the high seas; and if the great Kentucky s'lould be so unfortunate as to sink beneath the waves and go down to Old Oceau's bed, the little llagon of clean water will in no wise bj responsible. Mis3 Rradley, from the very beginning of this whole alf.iir, has maintained a true and womanly dignity standing high above a selfish thought or wo. d or act, and deporting herself iike the high-borlady that she is. When first invited to ofliciate at the launching, she modestly accepted; but when a contention seemed evident, she promptly declined. Then when the masses spoke, aud the honor was thrust upon her, she again consented; and to the surprise of all who ail not know her, bravely broke a custom, and select id for the christening pure and sparkling water instead of vile and whisky the one a cleansing, puri yiag blessing, the other a withering, blighting curse. It is no light thing to stem the current of the popular will and usage and to dare to do right, regardless of what a gazing and criticising world may say. This she lias done not with ostentation or the slightest indication of gaudy show but, with a queenly grace and dignity that seem a part of her noble being, all unconscious of her greatness, in this heroic act she has rendered her name immortal. And when Christine Rradley shall stand upon the deck of that gallant ship, the flowing folds of our beloved "Old Glory," and in the presence of the assemble I hosts, as the monster craft shall be launched upon the bosom of the mighty deep, bearing the cherished name of our glorious old commonwealth, shall with her own f iir hand break the bottle and christen ''Kentucky" with crystal water, fresh and pure' as it gurgled from the fount of her native hills, I would rather be a witness there than to hold a transportation ticket to the great World's Fair R. L. Cociikan, at Paris. Peabodv, Kan., Feb. 8, '98. s. er gooiis. James Herring sold a lot of hemp to Lancaster parties at S3 50 per hundred. Several farmers from th's p'ace attended court at Stanford Monday and report mules and plug horses very low. Saturday is the regular church meeting at the Fork. Several visiting preachers will be present to assist in the ordaination ol two deacons. A large crowd is expected. Mr. James Hardin, of Williamsburg, Illinois, is visiting his cousin, Mrs William Lonj. Miss Frankie Doty, of Pamt Lick, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Georgia Dunn. Miss Dovie Murphy and little Miss Gladys, from Lexington, are guests o: Mrs. Wi.liam Lear. Mr. Chas. Grimes is visiting friends in Lexington. Ho will purchase a lot of fruit trees from s before he returns. Mr. John Woolfolk a hustling drum mer, of Lexington, is a frequent visitor in this community. We presume that a golden-hairlassie is the attraction as he is seen o!tner driving her arour.d than taking orders for Mr. Hillen-meyer- ATI ONAL CAPITAL Jioo.ooo.oo ) J m f ( SUBSCRIBE JfOW! WEEKLY LOUISVILLE DISPATCH A Endors-'r- t x' SURPLUS. 565,000.0 LAXCASTEIi, KY. JStrai;lit Democratic Newspaper. l3 the last convention as the Oilieial Organ of Democraer. A. R. Denny. President. Jno. E. Stormes, Vice President. Wm. H. Kinnaikd. Cashier. 8. C. Denny, J. F. Robinson. Jb, Assistant Cash'r. R. T. Embky Ass't DIRECTORS For the Free Coinage of Silver. For the Clrcago Platform. For the l)ein.era.5c Nominees. For the interest tf the Masses. Jas Spllman, A.C.Robinson, W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, Jno. E. Stormes, Sam'l.D. Cochran, Alex. R. Denny. Latest Telegraphic News. me Liutust Mate Jews. latest Market Reports. Correct Court Ueports. Correct Market Reports. Reliable News Reports. Honest Editorial Policw All the All the The Weekly Dispatch . ,;., feHji s And Th- i- 22 IS Central - - - Record Roth One Year Mr. T. B. RurtVett 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 enterprise. For Qnlj $1.03. ! j K3 11 The Daily Dispatch A 0 0 Q After years of untold suffering from piles, 15. W. Pursell of Knitnersvillc, P.i., was cured by using a single box of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Skin n diseases such as eczema, rash, pimples and ub,tinate sores are readi y c ired by this famous reme.i'. Stormc' Drug Store. lm FLATWOOD. Most of the farmers are busy plow- - METROPOLITAN NEWSPAPER, s Thoroughly Equirp'd with Every Faculty to'keep yuu daily posted upon all the events of the world. Daily, 'except Sundav, C months, SH: I year SO. Daily, with Sunday, 0 months, SJ; 1 3'ear, SS. Aldress, TIIE DISPATCH. 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Every reader should have this invalu" able volume of Statistical, Educational, Agricultural, Historic al and General Compilation of Useful and Interesting Facts and Figures. Address The Commercial Tribune Co. CINCINNATI, OHIO. RlNEARSON, ORDER NOW. O. I " W. H. LACKEY Successor to Lackey & 'OE CASH! I have concluded it will be best for me and my U3tomers to sell for Cash. Will sell to every- ne alike for Gash. All 198. Rock-Botto- mum CARM AMn mu uiuuiiiuilui QTflfW MHTCQ I Gulley. :Pirst3t las LIVERY STABLE. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO No Time, JJoBad Debts, Tfo Fancy Profits. Cash Bargains for the year 3Irs. Moody Hardeu. Mrs M. A. Uollins, after pjnding the winter with L: n as'er 1 datives le.'t today for her home at Thibadeaux, ! W3 TRAVELING MEN. CENTRAL RECORD. FOR CASH. I FRIDAY, February, 18, 1898 have concluded to sell str:ctly for cash, and will not deviate from the rule, lly having1 no outstanding accounts or bad debts, I will be able to Mrs. II. sell much cheaper and devote more ville. time to my customer's wants. PERSONAL. M. Hallou !s visiting' in Ean- - MISS SALLIE TLLLETT. It Will Be If you Done Eight Uring- Your work to NED BURDETT & CO., Arnold shop on Danville street. of Scientific Horseshoeing, Wagons, l!ujgies, and all kinds of vehicles l'iomptly and Substantially done. at K0TIC3 TO CREDITORS. All parties linving claims against the assigned of O I, stone this day aligned to me will present the to me nt Stone, Ky., or my uttorney, J. Mort Kotlnvell. at Lancaster, Ky., on or before April 1st, iKKS. This Jan. ISth Ifjs. FOKD, A. . It Assignee O. I. Stone. I. "Y S. BEAZLEY, Teeth filled and extracted with out Haiti. Crnvvn mid Ilriilei ork a specialty. Ollice over J . R. llaselden V hardware store, nest to Court House, Laucas ter, Ky. IDSK7TIST. FIRE angAlt I C Ej f . SPPJMFIELD FIRE AND MAKIME INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE IFE INSURANCE CO Mr. Cabh Pumphrcy is quite ill with pneumonia. Mr Tom Scot', of Jessamine was in town til's week. Miss Sue Sutton, is the guest of Mrs J. I. Hamilton. Mrs Geo Farris is in Frankfort visit ing1 her hu iband. Mrs Fisher Gainc?, of Danville, is visiting- relatives here. M:ss Marie "Warren has rcturnei to her home in Stanlb.-d- . Miss Pearl IJurnside is the guest of Miss Jennie Burnside. Miss Kate Denton is visiting her sister, Mrs. Victor Lear. Miss Pattiiiu Hallou is visiting her rindfather, in Stanford. Miss Miy Robinson has bsen the gaett of Miss Mabel Royston. Miss Lizzie Thompson has as her aest Miss Rourne of Huckeye Mr II A. IS. Marksbury was in Lex ington this week on business. M's Carrie Woods was the guest of MNs May Hughes this week. Miss Anna King is being entertained by Mrs Win. Berkcle this week. Mr and Mrs Merriman, of Illinois have been visiting Mrs T. J. Hammond. Miss Enir.i. Wai.kkk, of Garrard, is vi.iting Misses Pearl and Nora Philips. W. R. Gaines and wife, of Spencer, arc vis'.ting Mr. W. 15. Gaines this week re"- Miss Jannic S. annate a'ives ia Danville Saturday and Sun- tay. Miss Lillie Sutton, of Lower Gu- rar.l, was one of the visitors here this week. Miss Rella Arnold has returned from a visit to Miss Reula G.inies in Lower Garrard. Quite a crotvd from the surrounding cities attendeJ the Old Maid's Convention. Mr and Mrs Elwin Arao'd have moved into their new horie on Stanford Ave. Louisiana. Mrs Margaret Dunn and Miss Mar garet Mason have returned from a vis it to Henderson, both very much improved ia he ilt'i. Miss Liz.ie and JJmce PumDhrey have- returned home after a pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. llatt'o Tankes le', of Silver Creek, Ky. Mb T. T. BmtDHTT and family, o' Garrard, have moved to this county and arc at present living at Sink Arnold's. Stanford Journal. Mr. T. J. Hatcher is much better thin 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 brother's, Drs Geo. E. and II. C, Welch, located at Palatka and Welaka, Fla. Nicholas-vill- e Journal. What pleasure is there in life with a headache, constipation and bilious ness? Thousands experience them who could become perfectly healthy by usin,' De Witt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills. Stormes' Drug lui Store. LEAF. Mrs. Manervia and Pettic Pullins went to Richmond ths week on a visit to relatives. D. C Pu'.iins 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 section. A horse fell down with W. 15. Adams ind threw him over its head and ho was considerably hurt and has been suff iring a great deal. Put 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 inves. ment. Your correspondents name sake, Batler A lams, rode a cow fortj miles bare back. His father sent him to Laurel county after the cow and she would not drive and the little fellow bounce 1 on her back and rode her The Lancaster correspon through. dent for the luterior Jouraal is about right, you cant down a Butler. There are fl.OOD, 003 acres of original forests in West Virginia. The ruling price for dogs in the Klondike is 250. J hero arc eleven stallions and six geldings in the 2:0j pacing list The Journal says fat cattle are in demand in Jessamine. O. T. Layton bought at Stanford court, Monday 20 heifers at 3 E. T. Minor sold to Dave Prewitt, of B jyle, IS shoats at 3 cents. B. F. Robjison bought of J. B. San ders, 10 123 lb. shoats at 3.10. C. W. Anderson bought of Jno Col lier a small bunch of shoats at 3c. W. S. Beazlcy bought of Lincoln Co. parties CO shoats averaging 80 lis. at 3 its. Robinson & Morgan shipped to Cin cinnati market a load of 100 hogs averaging 12i lbs. C. V. Anderson sold to B. F. Robin- son, 20 shoats averaging 00 lbs. at 3.10 per hundred. W. McC. Johnson, bought at Stan ford court Mondaj-- , a bunch of calves at $12.00 per head. Cole Gulley bought 2D head of cattle ctsj and 12 head from from $iler at 3 Hwinebroad at SIS. J. F. Ware has sold 100 lambs to J. C. Johnson for 23th of July delivery at Harrodsburg Democrat 5c. Col. W. S. and R. A. Beazley sold to Simeon Weil, of Lexington, for con sumption there, a load of heavy hogs, cents. averaging 211 lbs. at 3 Your turkej's for breeding purposes should be well care I for this winter will be repaid when yoa sell and 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 raiso peaches with a skin that otn be emovod like the pool of an orange. The value of all the live stoe'e in the country on January 1, 1S97, was esti Cn Jann- mated to be Sl.SSO.OoO.OOO. ary 1, 1S9S, it was estimated at showing an increase in value n one year of S15'i,053,000. It is announced that James A. Mur e phy will take S:ar Pointer and (one of the most promising-candidates for rec ird honois next season) to the Continent next fall and give Earo- s peans a ylcw of a 4 4 4 Gui-netthigh-clas- mule at SI 15. Few months ago that amount of mone3 would have purchased a pair of fair grade mule-- . Stock raisers are feeling better over the outlook and growing prices. Lincoln Notes Dr. C. Fowler so'd to J. H. Baughman &. Co., 4 JO bushels of wheat at OOe. Mark Hardin bought o' Kindrick Alcorn a banch of 110 lb. G . A. Sw i lebroad sold shoats at 2 to various parties yesterday 5 J stock cattle at 3 to 4 T. J. Culton sold to J. C. Hays nine heifers an two steers at S13. 10. J. C. Lynn sold to John A. Wood tt4 sheep at 5. O T. Layton bought of G. A. Siler 20 heifers at 3 Interior Journal. The tan.'ord Journal says a big crowd attended county court Monday and there were between 500 and 033 cattle on the market There was con siderable demand for gool cattle, but they were not as high as they were January court, the highest price realized Monday bjinj abaat4 The ruling price for steers was 4 heifers 3 !! to !l and calves $0 to 17. Butcher stuff was slow at 2 to 3 Horses and mules were dull at any 1 4 SH5. Charles Griggs, of College HilL :.. c r .1 u c mu iu xt iv, urns ouu extra, 1large nuiru n in-- Comiif oaivs . Loss SatisfactGrilj HOjiistel an! Money Promiitly Tail discomfort at all. There-ino reason why childbirth should be a period of pain and dread. Several months before a woman becomes a mother 6he should prepare herself for the critical ordeal. There is a preparation made which ia intended for this purpose alone. Tho name of this wonderful preparation 13 mean3 pain, danger and mm, line ueatn ior some wives. For others it means practically no 1 ( Jm plied to be ap It is a liniment Friend. 9 rr price. A cholera-proo- f hog of 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 had not been sick, but latterly it had been toothless, and its owner had the food for it boiled. T ie profits of its proge ny has paid for a farm, and its owner buried it on his place and set up memorial stones to mark the grave. There is an encouraging increase in the exports of corn from the United States the past few years. Here are the figures: In 1S01 the exports amount to only 31,000,000 bushels; in 1S92, bushels; in 1S93 5.V003.030 bushels; in 1S94, 42,030,000 bushels; in 1S95, 01,000,000 bushels; in 1S90, 110,00,OQG bushels; 1S1J7, lSi,00Q,003 bushols. The exporth for the present year will no doubt be'still larger. The increase is due in good j art to the greater use of meal as food. Foreigners are at last beginning to learn the value of this diet big-bon- e that is endorsed by physicians. nearly all Buffer-inc- r. Best results follow if tho remedy ia used during the whole period of pregnancy. It is the only remedy of the kind in tho world aangor and childbirth, and takes away nil distension, gives elasticity to every organ con cerned in cles and re lieves the relaxes the mus It 1 per bottle at all drug stores, or eent by mail on receipt of prico. Free Books r re taining invaluable information for all worn pn . will bo sent to any ad- 9 XSf dress upon application to Brvastsvxlle, Kr. To the members of the Kentucky Growers Insurance Co., and to whom it may concern: O.ving to the many icquiries relative to the loss of my dwelling by fire, I wi-to say for the benefit of those interested, that the amount due me under my polici' in case of a tot il loss was determined when I made my application and as shown by my policy. Owing to my absence in Virginia my Ijss wes not certified by Mr. G. T. Higginbotham, Chairman of Garrard caunty board. t- tha cimpany for payment until Nov. 221, and in less than sixty days thereafter I received the en tire amoant insured for. For solvency and cheapness every farmer should consider our company before insuring elsewhere. Yours trulv. N. Noe. The above speaks for itself and those desiring protection to their property against fire, lightning and wind at a price in accord with the cost of carrying it, should con cr with D. JW. Dunn, Danville, solicitor for Boyle county. Jesse Djty, HyattsvIIIe, solicitor for Garrard county, H.C Baughman, Stanford. 15. 15. KenJall, General Manager, Lexington, Ky. Jan. 2S, 3t - tXtJLJUJUag, I have purchased the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the t The BradHeld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. HEW LIVERY. I In case of scours, in a suckling foal stir a pint of wheat 11 jur into a half pail of 0 :! of msw yokk. Robinson Hamilton Agts Office over Post Office. Lancaster, : : : Kijxtuckv. ALL WOMEN Should know t!iat the Old Time" Kemedy, There are three little things which three Mr Wm Price, of Danville, was here little things created they are the ant, the first of the week to see his mother, the bee and DeWitt's Little Early R sers, the last being the famous little Mrs Susan Price. pills for stomach and liver troubles. Misses McCormack and Carrie Woods Stormes' Drug Store. lm attended the "Old Maid's Convention" Monday evening. Socloty. The Miss Mary Robertson of Elizabeth-towThe Central Record kindly gave , has arrived and will be the guest spaci in a recent issue to a poem reof Mrs. W. R. Coolc. printed from the Franklin Elucator fnrFcrrsleTWKcs. Corrects nil Is tho lrreKUlaritlos la Female Organs Slioulrt bo Messrs Jack Route and Rowan Sauf-le- y of some j'ears ago. I sent a copy of taken for Chicle ol Life arul before come over from Stanford to the the paper to Mrs. W. A. Yantis, now Planters "O.d Tine" PecsJies liave stood the living in Parozould, Arkansas, who is test for twenty years. Old Maids Convention. former principal of the Rosebuds, supMad? only liy Wir Spencer Co., Miss Annie Pranaugh Engleman, of plies the blanks not filled out in the Te:inesee. Mrs. first article. Stanford, was entertaiued by jrorsaleby R. E McRobarts, Lancaster Walter lleaz'.ey this week. as embodied in the poem Tne roll-caMiss Alice Hudson will leave in a reads thus: Lida Jennings, Lizzie Jenfew days for Staunton Va, where she nings, Abbie Yantis, Frank Yantis, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. will visit iter former school mate. , Nannie Grant, Fleecie Cook, Charliee White, Willie Cooke, Nellie Marrs; Let-tiGarrard Lodge No. 29, Knights Mr. and Mrs. Geo Campton and Carson. Mollie Hicks, Li ja Selvidge, Lula Curry, Ad die of Pythias, meets every Thursday son, Hansel, of lad ipendence, Mo., are Folger,Chaires, MaggieAllie Dunn, MaGeorge Potts. night in Odd Fellows hall. All vis- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jas. I Hamilton." mie Olds, Napoleon Price, Sallie Elkin Col. George T. Mason, of Ch'cago, is and Mary Currey. iting Knights are fraternally inviOf these Rosebuds death has removG. B. Swixebroad, C. C. here this week visiting his mother and ed Lida, L:zzie, Nannie, Lettie and ted. brother. The olonel loo'cs hale, and Lula and perhaps others not known to E. D. P. hearty. the writer. J. E. Robixsox, K. R. & S. do more work than any other KosL-btu- l n t ll Ford is visiting her ents, Dr. and Mrs. Evans, on mond avenue. Mrs. A. S. parRich- water and give it to the mare to drink; nside o 43 hours the colt will probably be all right Treat nearly all ails of the suckling colt through the mother's milk. Ex. Mr. Dal to 11, of Lincoln, bought of A. B. Ilstridge, of Paint Lick, a bunch of IS yearling steers at S3.75 per hun Ired. pissed Messrs. Griggs, of Madi-,on- , through this week with a bunch of nrxed cattle they bought in the mountains. While this is the era of invention, it is but the beginning of better thing?. The day is not far distant when the machine for cutting fodder and ear 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 icports the sale of a bunch of hogs at S3 15. a pair of mules S105, twenty hogs at 3 cents, 100 lambs for July delivery at steers at 5 cents, banch 3.40 cwt, a lot of dry cows at 3 cents, 15,000 pounds white burley tobacco delivered in Versailles at S9 S3. 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 stalk and all is run through a cutting box. The waste will be generally very small. If mixed in with a bran mash there will be at all. The Richmond Climax says: ''There is a better outlook for mules in this section, prices are better than for some time. J. B. Norris, of Maroa. Illinois, is here buying a lot of good ones for the Illinois market He has purchased a number at prices ranging from 50 to "I have traveled north, south, east and west for oattle, " said a leading trader to the Glasgow Times, and I 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 Mi', prediction is that cattle will go skyhigh in the next year or two, and I would not be at all surprised to see the present prices on the Lousvide market doubled in the next six months. The whole countrj-i- s on the verge of a and it will be on the public Le ore a great many know it" beef-famin-e, Getting Serious, There are now twenty-nin- e cases of smail-poin Middlesborough and three at Mingo mines. Mingo mines have been quarantined, no one being allowed to pass except the mail cani.-r- . Men with Winchesters have been placed on top of Cumberland Mountains by Virginians to keep all Mid-d- lt sborough people out of Lee county. All the schools are closed and all the doors of the s;.loons have b.cn locked. No loaf.ng is allowed iu the or other public places, and citizens arc no: allowed to stop on the streets, lut are compelled to move or. It is said that merchants and others who depend on the country people for their vegetables, etc., are much alarmed, as none of the natives will c mii 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 follows: Qhis 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. prop Vaccination and erly done, with reliable virus, is a cer tain preventive and is entirely free from danger. Qhis is the conclusion of the health officers of the world after years of patient investigations, and is now an accepted truth in preventive medicine. Notwithstanding these CUBAN OIL cures facts, about one third of the people of P1IHf0tt Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu- Kentucky have never availed themiMlllvl matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. selves of this protection. Our people x post-jtlic- e, ! should not wait fcr orders frcm boards of health in the presence of an epi demic to force tlu-i- to an evident dutv. Every cit:zen should see to it that uot only himself b tt everyone for whom he is responsiblo is vaccinated at once. Nq child shoald be admitted to any pubi c or private school who has not been vaccinated, and all factor e.?, railroads and mines should make the same requirement This is especially important in view of the threatened dan- er. The operation fchoul I be done by a c impotent under proper aseptic precautions, and he should see the person r. ccinated from time to time so the result may be certain. Imperfect vaccination gives a false and often fatal sense of security. Reliable virus cm be obtained from the National Vacclno Farm, Washington, D. C, or their agents, the Henry Phaim-acl- e 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 strictly isolating the first case, and vaccinating and every person exposed to it All funerals should be slrictly private. This Board hoi 's itself ready to give any assistance in its power at any time. By order o! the B. ard: J. M. Mathews, M. D , President. J. N. McCormack, M. D., Secretary. phj-sitia- I Very Best Rigs I t - on the shortest notice, Special attention given rr : i r jl luveieis, 1 ffe ,fc l RICE BENGE jnr 'rzrry rrt i1 'i 1.- -' J R. KINNAIRD'S Insurance Agency Representing Over 357,000,000 Companies - In the following Fire Insurance .Etna or Hartford. (JuceH of America. National of Hartfort. Fhenix of Brooklyn. Hartford of Hartford. Manchester of England. Connecticut of Hartford. Noith British and Merchantile. German American or New York. Liverpool and London aud Globe. I also represent the old reliable Bladder Troubles. pose, New York Life Insurance ooivEF-AJsrsr-. r The bladder was created for one pur namely, a receptacle for the urine, and as euch it is not liable to any form of disease except by one of two ways. The first way is from imperfect action of the kidney. The sec ond way is from careless local treat ment of other diseases. SAMPLE SENT FREE. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidneys is the chief cause of bladder troubles. It is comforting to know fulfills that Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-Roo- t every wish in quickly curing bladder corrects inaand urinary troubles. It bility to hold urine and scalding or stinging pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate. The mild and extraordinary efis fect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rosoon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. At druggists fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by mail. Mention Central Record and send your a IJress to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham-toN. Y. The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this (6) offer. LAND FOR SALE. I desire to sell privately part of my farm on Dix Uiver. about lj - miles from Joel Walkei bridge. The tract contains from CO to 70 acres to suit purchaser, all lies in one boundary Excellent land, well fenced and plenty of water. Easy Terms. JERRY P, BLAND. Jan. 23, "JS. KAIL KOAD TIME TABLES. ionth-b'nNorth-b'nd d K. C. Branch, Mixed, passes Lancaster, 3:40 r. m. " 8:00 a.m. Mixed, " Knoxvllle Branch. Mall, passes Stanford, 12:37 P. m " 3:13 a.m. Express, " 12:04 p.m. " Express, " " " Mail, 127 North-bounNorth-b'nSonth-b'nd d Sonth-bonn- d m. Queen Crescent Route. PASSES DANVILLE. NORTH BOUND. Number 10 (Dally except Sunday). ...6:09 a. m. 1:41 p.m. Number 6 (Daily 331a.m. Nnmber4 (Dally) Flag 3:50a.m. Number 2 (don't stop) SOCTU BOUND. n, Number 1 (don't stop) Number 5 (Daily ) Number 9 (Dally except Sunday) Number 3 (Midnight flag) Dally 11 11 8:10 p. m. II 5 p.m. :55 a. m. 22 a. m. We are Now Prepared To Take Your Measure "4 jf Wt' $ f iW M'Jj J Mil! Patriotism? w( I andgd sense go l V li' "A it American hats lints like "ilr ... mm 1 li together in choosing hats- - No hats in the ? world like r no American it t I Samples from Three of the LeadHaving received a Complete Line of t ing Tailors of America. These linesSpring all the Latest Novelties of the embrace Pants, to measure, Season. Suits, Made to Measure, from $12.50 to $35. from $4. to $10. Don't fail to give us a look beA perfect fit guaranteed. fore placing your spring order. South side Public Square. FOR A SPRINa SUIT Stetson Hats J for quality wear. 4 most Spring Styles and sale. on 5 Nevv Stiff and Soft Felt Hats fore- - LOGAN ft ROBINSON, LANCASTER, KY 3 Jtutrodaced. Ky.. Feb. 10. Representative Uishop had a new bill TuesHill T BUCKEYE. Uiucimintus. know five bundled a million. farmers j.ist a: noble a he wts. What our cities, .hey want is to know tli.at thi-Put all the business The Iiuckcye friends of W. T. West have tosvj.s, villages and jutighborhoods side thu friendship of that Clu'ist who often were glad to hear of his appointment of tho by side, and ju..vili find they sell less lrcw his smiles from the farmerV life, as post Requisitc.to.the Happiness master. day providing for continuous session i is a A sowi-than a hundred thousand dollars is when he said: went forth J: N. Tetter bought of John McCul-l- y World's Population. of magifct rates" courts, in second-clas- s e worth of goo Is. as when he built his best :o miv." 7 shoats at Herm Ray cities. Traver had a new measure dncss All these m.n in ordinary out of the scene of a farmer boy all nisrht street cars, running We Sliou'd Not S" for the Olory of Ore:it life want divine hi OF You see how coming back from his wanderings, and bought at Richmond court : head of Where O.ie is Notu-.n- l T.iousa.ius not less than one hour after midnight the wrinkles are printing on the coun- the old farmhouse shook that night, cattle at 77.50. on s cities. and Uemuiii In the It.ic t in all second-clas- s 'J here were ') deacons tenance the story of worriuient and ivith rural jubilee; and who compared ordained at the by Itev. Dr. Ta!ma;c. V Abele by request of the Humane socare. You can not tell how old a limself to a lamb in the pastuw field, Rantist Saturday morning at ciety of Covington had a new bill for Our plan is a new application of an old principle, and is based upis by at him. Gray ind who said that thu eternal Go I is u 11 a. m. church most excellent and imma'i Sunday was Ro and a and taxation of dogs. Dr. Tannage'. text the protection hairs at "0. A man 45 with the on tho actual experience of successful life insurance companies, coverfarmer, declaring: "My Father is the pressive talk on the deaconship was mmis xvi.. 14. lo: "naiUiC jisjiicjiiui, of a nonogenarian. Futal Ouarrel Over a Debt. No time to attend husbandman.'' hlegon, Hernias, Patroba, Hermes, to improved dentistry, the grinders Ky., Feb. 10. Henry Rev. T. H. Campbell, of Lan- ing a period of over 200 years. The same principles govern Upth, only-W- E by Mini)i.F.sitoi:o. Those stonemasons do not want to hilolous and .Julia." Gilbert, of Shawnee, Tenn., was killed cease because Ihuy are few. Actually near about Christopher Wren, the caster. Deacons Gaines, of Lancaster, pay while you LIVE. Matthew Henry, Albert Barnes, Adam dying of old age at 10 or 53, when they irchiteet who built St. Paul's cathe-Ira- Anderson and Grow, of Mt Hebron his home by l'liil lirown, of Tuesday at THEY pay when you DIE. Allendale, Tenn. Gilbert owed ISrown Clark. Thomas .Scott and all the com- ought to be at the meridian. Many of It would be better to tell them and Jones, of Freedom churches were r.m. mnnor. and when lirown at mentators puss by thesJ vers- - with- these lu,lnes men have bodies like a how to carry the hod of brick up t!u present and altogether it was a very WE offer the INVESTMENT features. tempted to colleet it his life w:w out any es ;ecial remark. Tlie other neglected clock to which yen come, and ladder without an.l how 011 solemn and interesting service. On 0 oeonle mentioned in the chapter He again demanded hi threatened. cold morning with the trowel, to the following Sunday, pastor THEY protect in case of DEATH. when you wind it tip, it begins to roar, Willis A second time his demand were distinguished for something, and and then the hands start ::r. und very smooth off the mortar uUd keep cheerby the preached a splendid sctnon from Cd With them, death is the moving factor, causing the payment of the refused, lirown then shot Gil were therefore dlsunss.-was rapidly, an. I then the clork strikes ful, and how tu be thuuUfnl to God for e.xpoiitors; but nothing is said fivo or t n: or forty, an.l strike, tlie. plain food taken from the pail by imothy and 'Jn chapter. "Thou theur-for- e policy; with us, a definite and fixed mathematical rule, in bert, killing him instantly, add effect lieu of death, about Avyneritus, Phlegon, Hermits. without any sense, lind t'.ion su endure hardness, as as'jldior of ed his escape. Carpenters standing the roa l.side. anu matures the policy. Pahobas, Hermes, i'iiuoiugus stops'. 'Willi Ituckft. So is th body of that amid the adze, and the bit, and thu Jesus Christ" l'rracher Assaulted o man. It is a neglecte I cljek. plane, and the broa.lax, need to be told IIautfoki), Ky., Feb. 10. llev. Wil Julia. Whew were they Lorn die? worn-ou- t Alec Miles, of Nicholasviile, was When did they though by some summer recreation that ( viii was u carpenter, with his liara llowlin. of Beaver Dam, was as one one knows. in our vllage S iturday. Misses ISeltie record of their decease. and Il There is no saulted bv Bill Baltzell. a miner. it may be wound up, utiil Urn machin- own hand wielding saw and hammer. They figure on so many men out of a thousand dying we figure distinguished. seems the preacher stopped at Bait For what were they or the trait ery is'all out of gear. Tlie ban Is turn Oh. this is a tired world, and it is an Henry, Florence Harris, Annie Auszell's on the day previous to the dilll Absolutely nothing, around with a velocity that ex ites the overworked world, and it is an under- tin and Hobert Henry, of Lancaster, on so many policies, They kill the man we kill the policy. wouiu imve character of the worl '. Men can fed world, and it is a wrung-ou- t world, vpdted friends and attended church cultv and spoke to Baltzcll's wife. of There is 110 reason why a man should dio to reap the hen-f- it apostle. If tucy astonishment by Baltzell took exceptions to the preach brought out ycrv theintrepid, or op- - not understand the wonderful activity, and men and women need to know here Sunday. Mr. Warren and Miss ol' his investment. vonr an.l a buzz, that there is rest and recuperation in Edna Seott, of Mt. Hebron and tlie call, and on meeting him next daj had been it's of ca and there is u We return an average of $2.30 for every dollar paid us, and yet Ave attacked him with rocks, badly wound uh'iit. or hirsute, or musical and a rattle about tl.cs' dis- tod and ii that religion which was dence, or cras of style, or hi any wiij ordered li v.. s, and they strike 10 not so much iuU'iut-- d for oxlriiot- - ,MSiGS Rogers, of uoa,r Lancaster, weie ing him on and about his head. d guests of the family of Joseph Si.np- - assume an obligation less than as great as has been assumed anomalous, that feature would have six, dimiry people as for ordinary people, Jjln they ought to strike To Mark Soldiers Graves. son Saturday and Smday. Miss Hat-t'- e and paid for years by the leading life insurance companies of America. caught by the apostolic camera. ;ht Frankfort, Ky., Feb. Id. HeprescD been thev were jrood people, because anil they strike t'J when they outiu-- because there are more of them, Hut Jones attended the I ;iU..Ule!il.. 'phe healing profession has had its to strike nothing, tative Abele, of Covington, has Paul sends to thiin hi high Christian stop. Po.t mortem examination iv- - Alvrcrooilucs, ,ind it- - Abernethys, am son m. irriao in this county WeJnes tented a petition from 1C of P. lo.lgei ards. They were ordinary people, in his home city asking the legislature moving m ordinary spnere, .itiunum ; veals the fact that all the springs, and its Valentine .Mutts, and it W'i.lard day. The bride is lu the gro m 20. Only about twenty (20) per cent, of the people are insurable. Only weights, an.l balance Parkers; but the ordinary physicians, Those attended the ol I maids, convenpU'OUs, ;ind to adopt Gov. Bradley's suggestion to ordinary duty, and meeting ordi- wheels of health ;u: completely de- - lo tj0 the sound and healthy, vho least need it's advantages, can obtain nlo,t of the world's mcdieiii: tion from this placn pronounce it his message that the graves of Ken nary responsibilities. simpyjjnir an they need to understand that The human uiook ranged. tuckv's federal and confederate sol life insurance.' Why should there not be a means provided whereby What the world wants is a religion And at the time when the Vj',i'ie taking diagnosis or i rogncsis. or Children and adults tortured by diers at Chattanooga and Chiekamau for ordinary people. If tlu-r- be in the run dn.vn. ga be marked with a monument each Unite I States 7J,030,000 people, there steady hand oijriit to be J 'dating l writing prescriptions, or compounding barns, scalds, injuries, eczema or skin the other eighty (So) per cent, of the population can carry an invest industrious h..uri 0:1 a clear mi'iiiiimu'iit, or hoi ling the delicate diseases may secure instant relief by ment the same as the favored few who can get life insurance? Our mis Ficlitinc the Ciocbel Election IlilL are certainly not more than l,O0y,O0J the whole Fkaxkfort. Kv.. Feb. 10. The fiirh extraordinary; and then there are Ctt,- - sunlit di:.!, thuearthly machinery of pulse of a dying child, they may have using UeWitt's Witch Haael Salve. It sion is to open the door to the entire population to enjoy the same or eitpao.lv st mind and body, he priueuco and tlie dictation of tho is on the Goebel election bill, creating O0J,O0J ordinary, and we do well to the great lMe euiody. Stormes' greater benefits for an equal or less expenditure, considering the adAlmighty Doctor, who took the. state election commission of three t turn our backs for a liUlr while upon forever. Oak Hi-- i bu a:rl ,':ne-men who case of th'j madman, and, after he Drug Store, lm have thousands of appoint election olheers, is growin: tiie distinguished and conspicuous peo- vantage to be derived, and that those advantages maybe enjoyed during had torn off his garments in foamui& more bitter daily. Opponents of tin pic of the l.ible and consider in our died of old age at St, ::.. 10, l.V life by the one making the investment. diNow, wlr.it i. wa".t!l is giacu ,tciiie!iiiu, cloUictt him again, body and claim that it ivill fail, or a text the fceyen ordinary. W'e spend too measure liuslness 11u.11, least be vetoed, and fail to pass tin much of our tiliie in twisting garlands vine grace for ordinary from morn till mind, and who li t d up the woman I will sell my farm of 73 acres sit men who are harnessed SUCCESS. who for IS years hud been almost uated in Garrard county, 2 senate again. Senator Goebel's friend miles for remarkables, and building thrones', night and all the days of their life double with the rucumatisiu into northwest of Paint Lick station, on are actively at work for the bill. and sculpturing war-for magnates, in business. Not grace to graceful stature, and who turned the the L. & N. Railroad. It ha on it a harnessed That our plan is popular and based upon sound business princiMay lie Trouble Over tile Tost Offlee, riors, and apotheosizing philanthro hx-huni'lKi! thousand, i,ut grace to scabs of leprosy into rubicu.-new houso with six rooms, a new barn ples, Mayfiklh, Ky.. Feb. 10. There pists. The rank jiiid hie of the L.oM s lose a is evidenced by our large and increasing membership, as shown -- o0 md other necessary buildingr. and also ?10. Not grace tu and, v,h") rahhs tho nv.iub-iieslikely to be trouble here at any n;o boldiery need especial help. 00.1 tenant House, iliere is a well by our remarkable 'Exhibit of Growth, See literature. employes in a factory, but prace to and who swung out of ment between the Happy and Key fac The vast majority of people will supervise the bookkeeper, : nd two , the closed windows of of water at the doar, the best in th? tions concerning the Mayhem pos We court the clysest scrutiny and most thoroug investigation. No nevtr had tin arm-- will never write a salesmen, and the small boy that wide ocn or accidental blindness, county, not failing during the drouth hereditary electrify ollice. There is much inllammator water is cold state constitution, ivill never to invest tiic stoic, light came last summer. hIko to use any soice in statement made that cannot be verified by actual results. the morn'.ii and the feeling has growi a senate, will never maue uii imi ortaiu sweeps out of net profit, but the i- - i3J until hat wo nevir ivo talk here notf SO.O 0 tne t the hott iit weather. The farm is un- exceedingly bitter on both sides. invention, will never introduce a new of clear gain. Grace not to endure the streaming who knows all pesuiy tlie diseases, ler good fo ico and is very productive and philosophy, will never decide the fate loss of a whole siijpload of spices from Alvin Overstreet Aceuitted. and all the remedies, ami all the herbs, and will produce anything that grows s, Nichoi.asvii.i.i:, Ky., Feb. 10. Alvii of a nation. You do not e pact to, j ou the Indies, but grace to endure the and u the ci:i)( 'uans. and is monarch The endorsement given this Company by the investment of bankers, this country. It is supplied by a Overstrcet, the sanctified Methodis do not want to. You will not be a loss of a paper of collars from the of hannacy and thcrapuetics, and spring o pure running water that merchants, ministers, doctors, railroad men. mechanics in fact, men of exhorter, who killed Fred Knight witl Closes to lead a nation out of bondaje. leakage shin- who Las sent out 10.0UJ doctors of never lias been known to 20 dry. business sagacity in every vocation of life is an evidence of the soundness of displaced ot it an ax handle last Wednesday-- , was You will not be a Joshua to prolong gle on a poor roof. Grace not to en- whom the world makes no record; but My reason for selling: My physician our sys'em. you can shut live the i.aylight until civen an examining trial in Judg the Amerkan to prove that they tire angels of mercy. idvises mo to change cliinitc on the You will not be a dure tho tardiness of account of my health. A idress Phillips' court and was promptly ue kin.s"n a cavern. ACTUAL RESULTS, AND OPINIONS OF S03U OF OUR CERcongress in pasdnga necessary law, but I invoke tlie thousands of men who-C. I. hXOI.KMAX, John to unroll an Apocalypse. You grace to endure the tardiness of an erSt. quitted of the charge of murder. have assuaged, and the ailments thty Paint Lick, Ky TIFICATE HOLDERS. be a Paul to preside over an will to play marbles thousands of women to whom in eris.vs Miss IJradley to lie Congratulated, You will not be a rand boy stopping ai ostolic college. 10. Rev. Ky., Feb. IlEV. J. V. Iin.KV, of Mortonsville, Ky., says: "I have had an investment! Frankfort, when he on .'lit deliver the goods. Such of pain they haw been next to God in You will business men Fetty, in the house Tuesday, intro Mary to mother a beChrist. ORGANIZED 1883. in the Southern Mutual Investment Co., of Lexington, Ky., for more than three Ayncritus, or grace as thousands ofthem tranquil, God in benefaction. keeping duced a joint resolution, which lie) more probably Come now, let us have a religion for ears. I have had 23 couoons to mature by redemption, which cost mc leas Patrobas, or have Phlegon, or Hernias, or Miss Christim goods sell or do not sell, ordinary people in professions, in occongratulating over, whether than 533.0.), and returned to me 1,410,00." Philologus. or Julia. Bradlev upon the '"noble stand" taker Hermes, oryou are women at the head whether customers pay or do not pay, cupations, in agriculture, in the house- CHEEKS NATIONAL BANI Lexixgton-- , Kv., September 10, IS97. Many of bv her in determining to use water i whether tariff h up or tariff is down, IU in everything. OF LANCASTER. FT. To ichom it man concern. of households. Every morning you whether the crops are luxuriant or a hold, in nieridmiidise, the battleship christening. tho centuries Aysncritus, This is to e rtify, that my husband, XV. F. "White, about three years ago, in plan for the day. The culinary depart- dead failure calm in all circum- salute across Patrobas, Hermes, No UccUlou l'rom the Court of Appeals. ment of the household is in your do stances, and amid all vicissitudes. That Phlcou. Investment Co. vested that Philologus ami Julia. Capital, Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 10. The court minion, i oil uecliie aw question $100,000 been 20in the Southern Mutual which the Compaaj- Since piid histime there have - has coupons to mature, on h, the kind of grace we want. estate 51.02l.9t;. First of all. if you feel that you arc of appeals did not give a decision regulations of diet. All the anitiry and they Millions of inen want 15,000 Thesj coupons cost his estate less than 700,00 to mature them. 1 am pleased the Kenton county contempt eat: your house are under your supervision. may have it for the ashing. it, Some hero ordinary, thank God that you arc not Surplus. Fund 1 am with the investment he made, and am still carrying Gl coupons in the Company f evtraordmary. tired :md sick, Tuesday. The bulky record prove To regulate the food, and the apparel, us tlu BUSINESS SOLICITED. M.vkv E. White. more than the judges contemplated, and th-- habit and decide the thou or heroine comes to town, and street and bors I u'most lu death with extrathrough They take all their ordinary people. and an exhaustive opinion, it is sup-- sand questions of home life is a tax procession passes come out,th? stand on time to tell us how very extraordinary Careful and Prompt Attention Ouaranteod A Smith Browman, Mgr. tlie business moil J. C Hemphill, Agt., prepared. pos2d, is being upon brain and nerve and general tiptoe n their store step und look at. they You know really are. Lancaster, No. 1 1 Cheapside, Smallpox Declared Kpidemic health absolutely appalling, if there be some one who 111 Arctic clime, or in as well as do, rav brother and sister, J. M. HlGGIXSOTHAM. President Ky., Feb. 10. Small no divine alleviation. MiDDLESiioito, Lexington, Ky. Kentuckv ocean storm, or ;:i day of battle, or in that the most of the useful work of tho Lewis Y. Leavkll... ... pox has been declared epidemic There It do s not help you iniuth to be told hospital agonies did' the brave thing, Cashlei pu b that Elizabeth Fry did wonderful not realizing that the-- , the enthusiast world is done by unpretentious people 8. F. Hudson are 29 cases. All saloons aim the people w ho do Assistant Cash'r things amid the criminals at Newgate. tie spectators, have gone through trials who toil right approval, and no one W. O. Rionsy lie schools are closed. No loiterin Inrkt Krort. much to be told ill business life that are just as great not iret much You Are Going North, streets is allowed. The mails are fu It does not help Bootkeepei from the Louisville Times of seems to say; '"That is well done C. D. Walker migated and all surrounding towns'arc that Mrs. Judson was very brave before God. There are moo who have "Wednesday alternoon: little use. among the Hofnesian cannibals. It gone through freezing Arctics and l'licnoniena are ot closed against Middlesboro. DIRECTORS: WHEAT Xo. 2 red aud Ionc.berrv PSc; You Are Going South, e.eeptlonal can not bo does not help you very much to be told burning torrids, and awful Maivnt;oes Tilings that are Hotter trust tlie small J. M. HlOOINBOTHAM, Xo3red and lonsberry 90c; rejected Advised to Vaccinate. Lewis Y. Leavkll, was very of experiences without moving five depended on. less; on levee 1c less. Lexinoton. Kv., Feb. 1G. The board that Florence Nightingale Crimea. T. M.Arnold, est planet that swings in its orbit than J.S. Johnson, You Are Going It miles from their doorstep. CORK Xo. 2 white Mc: Xo. 2 mixed no'c kind to the wounded in the of health has issued a circular lette B. F. Hudson. ten comets shooting this way and that, B.C. Arnold, Jr. JO CATTLE Extra shipping $123 advising every one to be vaccinated, would he better for me to tell you Now, what ordinary business men imperiling the longevity of worlds at iLKX. Gibbs, J.J.Walker ' Cftfi. 4 25 You Are Going West; Light shipping the Divine friend of Mary and need is to realize that they have the The smallpox outbreak here two years that Jacob Y. Robinson. to their own business. For I 0O& 25 Rest Batchers Martha is 3our friend, and that He friendship of that Christ who looked tendimr is cited, and it is to prevent stealv illumination better is a lamp 3 "5 3 Fair to good butchers PURCHASC TICKETS VIA THC repetition of this that has caussd the sees all the annoyances and disappoint- after the religious interests of Mat than a rocket. Common to medium butehers 350 ::dX ments and abrasions and exasperations thew, the custom house clerk, and board to take ueh action. Then, if vou feel that you are ordi Thin, rough steers, poor cows aud of an ordinary housekeeper from morn helped kydia, of Ihyatira, to sell the scalawags .... 125 2 25 the first day of the dry goods, ami who opened a bakery narv, iMiiemoer mat vour sition in I will sell nt publlj outcry, on the till night, and from LIEUT. PEARY, r. 50 S .s5 Good to extra oxen Conspicuous peo Known Hi me .moss iveruy larm, premises. on sugar year until the last day of the year, and und fish market in tlie wilderness of vites the less attack. to to II'.s Expedl it', How urecK piKo, .'. nines ironi Lancaster, on Common to medium oxen. 2 25 S CO take On a Lecturing; Tour, Prior at your call He is ready with help and Asa Miuor to feed the T.OIM who had pie how thev have 3 75 4 25 tlon to Search of the North Pole. Feeders they are misrepresented, und abused. WEDNESDAY, FEB. S3, iSgS come out on a relisrions picnic, and Stockers Sax Kkaxcisco. Feb. 10. Lteut. 23 3 75 of following property, Thev who provide the food of the who counts the hairs of your hcudiwith and shot at! The higherto the hornshim theheat, of liores, 3 milk cows, 225 350 Bulls 12 E. Peary, U. S. N., the arctic explorer, vearlln strike roebiuk the easier world decide the health of the world. as much particularity as though they calves, 7 brood sows. 0 shoats. Veal calves 5 25 5 50 Louisville & Nashville R. R. accompanied by his wife has arrived down. What a delicious thing it must wngou and harness. carriage aud double some errand New York. He is at present You have only to go on were tlie plumes of a coronation, and be to be a candidate for governor of JUI.CH 35 0C45 (0 here from Deerinj; binder, (good as new) drag and the hotels of narrow. evaporator. disc liar 15 0C25 00 Fair to good on a lecturing tour, prior to his forth- amid the tavernsand (Freat Uritain to Who took the trouble to stoop down state or president of the United States. row, (iroodcane mill ana plows, AND SO 3CCURB as new), bic i til HOGS Choice packing aud butchhis finger writing on the It must be so soothing to the nerves and other furoilug implements double shovels coming expedition in search of the the United Ktates too tedious to appreciate the fact that a vast multi ground, although the first shuille of ers, 225 to S00 lbs 10 4 10 For the purpose of north pole. It must pour into the soul of a candw mention. The Maximum Safety, Fair to good packing. 1M) to 200 lbs.. 4 00 4 10 Also sheaf and threshed oats, barlev, corn feet obliterated the divine caiigrapny, the navy department has tude of the human race are slaughter a sense ed by incompetent cookery. Though and who knows just how many lo: date such b.cssed of sty nity when hti wheat, meal, lard, household aud k telieu Good to extra light. 1C0 to lMllbs.... 4 00 4 10 granted Lieut. Peary a leave of abnewspapers! reads the nirnlturu. may have taken les120 150 The Maximum 3 70 3 90 Speed, Fat shcats. 100 to 120 lbs sence for five years from his duties at a young woman may have taken les- casts there were in tlje Egyptian TERMS: All sums $10 and under, cash In Fat shoats, to 3 25 3 70 lbs INTERESTING ITEMS, plague, and knew just hoy many he has been sons in music, and hand: over that sum a credit of six mot tlis tlie naval station, where in astron2 75 3 25 time will be given, purchaser to execute Rood. ravens were necessary to supply KH. The Maximum serving In New York. The visit to the sors in painting, and lessons Comfort, Pigs to 90lbsICO lbs No less than eilit women have seats nesouauie note bearing t. per cent, interest 2 75 Roughs 150 to educated unless jab's pantry by the brook of Cherith, 3 40 she is from date of sale. Sale beainsat 9 o'clock a m toast i6 merely an incidental journey omy,has takennot well in doughj They on the London board of education. SHEEP and LAMBS Good to exlessons JOHN B. Oil CM LEY. to fill in the interim before the start for she decide the apparel of the world, and who, as tlqral commander, leads The Minimum tra shipping sheep 3 50 3 75 Rates. It is computed that there is one who the arctic regions can be commenced. and the food of the world, decide the forth aU tie regiments of primroses, hors. in Great lSnVain to every Vi per Fair to good 3 01 3 25 anj foxgloves, duffodils:, hyacinths Common to medium 2 On 2 50 Ha the Grip. Miss Willard Market Ouotatlon, endurance of the world. lilies, which pitch their tents of beauty sous., Bucks Rates, Time and all other information will 2 75 3 Oo York, Feb. 16. Miss Francis E. Jkw The largest known moth is the giant An unthinking man may consider it and kindle their camp fires of color all Corrected weekly by II. I). North be cheerfully furnished by Skips and s?l in waes. oer head COCit 100 tVillard. president of the XV. C. T. U., this, a na'ive of China, whose win matter of little importance the that 4 7.V 5 CO Extra shipping limbs.' cott. has bee seriously ill in this city for cares of the household and the econ- around tlie hemisphere that most measure nine inches across. C. P. ATMORE, O. P. A., Best butcher lambs . ... 4 75 4 25 KfCgs dull, 10 and lie Christ and that God knows tle 3 75 4 25 Fair to Rood butcher lambs.. 'the lafct" three weeks. She is suffering omies of domestic life but I tell you SfME.vnsTs s.iy that were it not for Chickens Or by 5 to."c Louisville. Ky. affairs of your business life, and, how Tail ends 2 50 3 00 Mrs. fkwi a serere attack of grip. XV. the earth is strewn with the martyrs ever inconsiderable, understanding all our atmosphere the ocean woukl be Hens 5c C. Stevens, rice president of the of kitchen and nursery. The. 3 to SJic the affairs of that woman who keeps a come boilinjr hot from the suns rays. Young Roosters T. C, saFd Tiiesday: "Miss rVillard's womanhood of America cries thread-anThe bill annexing 12 square miles Old Roosters 2c as well as the needle store BLICKENSOERFER condition is mere favorable CUJ to to the cit- of Memphis has passed Turkeys out for a (Jod who can hplp ordinary atfairs of a .Rothschild and a Uaring. for the la&t three women in the ordinarj- - duties of housethan rt has-b- een -- too Then there are all tlie ordinary both hous.-- of the Tennessee legisla- Old Gobblers (hiySj but her condition is still serious. keeping. The wearing, grinding, un 5 to fljjc Ducks ture, We talk about agricultural She is suffering from a very severe at' appreciated work goes on, but tlie farmers, we immediately shoot off to 00 per doz, , $3.00 to IT has been estimated that there are Geese life, and taek of grip, but the doctors entertain same unrist vno stoou on me uuuu to 7c Cincinnatus, the patrician, between 15J and 20J women who are Hides, Green 10c IJutter hopes of her recovery. Miss Willard of Kalilee in the early morning 'talk about from the plow to a high po- practicing dentistry in the United Feathers, fine white geese 28 to 30c suffering from cancervof the and kindled the fire and had tlie who went is not sition, and after he got through the Mates. " " 25 to 27c gray " Btomach." fish already cleaned and broiling dictatorship in CiiiCAflosportshave purchased Fightdays went back 20 to 21c A Hnowballer Shot. when the sportsmen stepped ashore, again to the plow. What encourage ing island, eight miles from Detroit, Puck feathers Built on strictly Scientific prinRags 13 to 20c per hundred 10. Angered at a chilled and hungry, will help every mpnt js Chicago, Feb. farmers".1 und propose to establish an American Iron that to ordinar 8 to 15c ciples and of the highest grade maboys who pelted woman to prepare breakfast, whether The vast majority qf thpm none of Monte Carlo, crowd of inischevious Hones 20 to 25c Irim with snowballs, ltudolph lilank by her own hand, or the harm 01 Her them will be patricians, J'ernaps none terials. DURABLE, PORTABLE, Iki:iii:et SrENCKH is in exceedingly Calves, veal to $5.50 per head turned npon the youngsters with a re hired help. The God who made inde- - of them will bo senators. If any of feeble health from an affection of tho INVINCIBLE. . who of Hanna-hvolver and fired several shots at them, Ktmft;iil euloo-it will heart, and has removed from London them have dictatorships One of the bullets struck Joseph Kava made a coat for Samuel, her son, and be over forty or fifty or a hundred to Brighton, Eng., permanently. nautrh. aged 10, who was among the carried it to the temple every year. acres of the old homestead. What Vexekk cutting has reached sitch snowballers. in the forehead, and the will help every woman m preparing these men want is grace to keep their perfection that a single elephant's Simplicity in construction and not belonging to the Typewriter Trust now at the hospital at the point the family wardrobe. The God who patience while plowing with balky tusk;?, o0 inches long, is now cut into a boy is produce an honest product at an honest price. .The Blickensderfer is opens the Uible with the story of Abra oxen, and to keep cheerful amid the sheet of ivory IjJ inchc? long an.l 20 death, iitank was arrestea. of the only high grade machine at reasonable cost, uuaranteea longest. ham's entertainment by the three an drought that destroys the corn crop, inches wide. Aid for Ton Der Ahe. Interchangeable Type, Doing Some gels on the plains of Mamre, will help ami that enables them to restore the of a.Mexican prison the Is the yard St Loois, Feb. 10. President Perfect Aligneverv woman to provide hospi nuisance, Adjustable a phonograph to Mardi Gras festivities of the most away with Ribbon Manifolding. of the St. Louis Browns, raised tality, however rare and embar garden the day after tho neighbor's governor has causedrepeats to convicts ment, Unexcelled and trampieu he placid, which have broken of the 84,000 needed to get rassing. is high that cattlethe strawberry inbed, and gone tiie charges made against them in the elaborate chrracter this year at New time It out The only Typewriter receiving Highest Award at World's Fair. ImChris. Von Der Ahe, the baseball some of the attention we have Orleans and at Mobile. T he Roy eat magnate out of the Pittsburgh jail. been giving to the remarkable women through the Lima bean patch andlarge Toiccs of their victims. in is the Queen & Crescent proved since. Adopted by Western Union Telegraph Co. & the medals, al Road en up the sweet corn in such The old contained FOR CATALOGUE AND TESTIMOyiAZ.S.-mof the Bible remarkable for their vir be from vessels, chains and other objects Vestibuled trains Cincinnati to New At Lyons, N. V., Mrs. Abram IL tue, or their want of it, or remarkable quantities that they must up kept die. and water lest they swell in the Vatican would make more Orleans in 24 hours. BRO'S., Gen. Excellent Robinson and Edith Schaffner were for their deeds Deborah and Jezebel. the Grace in catching weather that en- gold coin than tlie whole of the pres- through service. Monday found in bed nearly asphyxiat and Herodias and Athalia, and Dorcas Only line run 125 E. Fayette St. MS F. St, N. W. ables them, without imprecation, to ent European circulation. stove. ed by coal gas from the parlor Washington, D. C. ning Cafe, Parlor and Observation Baltimore, Md. and the Marj's, excellent and aban spread out the hay the third time, alThe discoverer of .Mount Uischoff, expected, to recover. Neither is donedit is high time some of the at though again, and again, and again, it the greatest tin mine in the world, cars, One fare round trip for the M 4MtAMNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep- - tention we have been giving to these has been almost- ready for the mow which has paid 7,500,000 in dividends, occasion, from all points North Queen & Crescent Route. rnnsnir.nons women of the Uible be A grace to doctor the cow with a hol died a short time ago practically penni- - All lines connect with the Queen & HOOD, eia, Constipation and given to Julia, an ordinary woman, low horn, and the sheep with the fool lnsG "Pli?lfinnlipr"' Smith ns ho was Crescent at Cincinnati and with S Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 etc SURGEON-DENTISHandsome historical lithograph, colamid ordinary circumstances, attend rot, and the horse with the distemper, onlli'd had a tieiision of SI. 000 nor an- LANCASTER, KY ored birds-ey- e view of Chattanooga, ing to ordinary duties, and meeting or and to compel'the unwilling acres to num from the New South Wales gov- R'y at Louisville. The health of the kiijg of Italy, which dinary responsibilities. You get to New Orleans, 8:30 in Office over J. C. Thompstn'a jewelry store Missionary Ridge, Walden's Ridge, yield a livelihood for the family, and ernment, but it did not enable him to street. has improved during;, the last three Q'hen there are all the ordinary busi schooling e children and little make provision for his wife. The the morning. An important mat- on Danville and portions o: the Chichamanga field years, is again causing uneasiness. His ness men. They need divine and extras to help the older .boy in busi New South Wales parliament was ae- Land and a Living ter as a night arrival when the city faintmr fits, which at one time had al Christian help. When we begin to ness, and something for the daughter's cordingly asked to continue half the j as seen from the summit of Lookout Qf strangers, offers difficulty Are best and cheapest in the New js most disappeared, have again begun to talk about business life we shoot right wedding outfit and a little sueplus Sou tli. Land S3 to 5 an acr.--. Ejsy Mountain. Highest style of lithohnding lodgings especially after loqg and off and talk about men who did busi for the time when the ankles will i. ..m aflict him, : r Vterms Good L?r,"lJ-- . latigniBg eeremoriies. Oueeu & Crescent trains are the No blizzards. schoo's and churches. grapher's art. On fine paper; plate ness on a large scale, and who sold iret stiff with age, and the breath No cold waves. New dollars of goods a year; and will be a little short, and the swing- - took- a lartrc number of shares, but finest in the bouth. millions of illustrated paper, "Land and a Liv 10 x 24. Mailed for 10 cents in stamps. vast majority of business men do inir of the cradle through the irvainrr onnftrlnnnn in liic ntvn sonvfr v. ' TntorAntpn In thpSonth? Then send 10 cent ing," 3 months, for 10 cents, in stamps. XV. C Rkjearsojt, Gen'l Q. C esotcicd that beJbre long' Can the " ' .3 months subscription for new paper 'Zand W. C. Rine arson, G. P. A., Queen & a million dollars of goods, nor t iw " Gen RINEARSON, ada &n mM' anuallj $30,000,000 worth not sellmillion, nor a quarter of a nm- hot harvest field will bring on tlie old and a LlvlttH" W. CO. & C Route, Cincinnati, O. man;s vertigo. Better close up about half a Crescent Route, Cincinnati Fass'r. Agt. 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