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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 25, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898022501_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 25, 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. f&mttm VOLUME VIII. 1" Entered at the Post A LiA-l- Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Class Matter. NUMBER 48 PUBLI8IIKI WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAIL. Cur. l'fblic &uart anil Danville Arcnuc. XTf A QTT?T? OiVO 1 JCJ-t- TTV Ji.Ii, J P XUIV V , JD J1JDJ.V TT A "V , OK -- J. IftQft TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: sr ?!.( fn Jdiawce. rar imiicii Chilled Flow Masonic lodge' Monday night FALSE REPORTS. Being Circulated to the Etl'ect that a Case of Small Pox Exists lu Lancaster. We I IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. County court Monday. Have you been vaccinated? Coming ! Veal calves wanted! Butler Fox. Fresh oysters for sale at Northcott's. Wanted, 1,000 hens. pound th"s week. B. Will pay 5c per Fox- A GREAT X regret very much that a report i Bachelors Convention. Danville gets the revenue oflice. NO. 20. THE AMERICAN is made from the best brands of car wheel iron and chilled by the latest and best method. No pains are spared to make this the best and strongest Chilled Plow on the market. Try it and you will be convinced. All parts interchanged with "other makes of the same numbers. J. R. Haselden. Lancaster, Ky. Col. W. G. Wclcli, W. I. Williams, Stanford. Lancaster. mm. Attorneys at Law, LANCASTER, KY. All business attended to promptly. Lame tucl' 1 ill P. ny 1)1 f lllo BATTLE-SHI- For the launching' of the Rttle-shi"Ken at New port Ncus, V.i.. the Chesapeake and O.iio Kail way will make the following low round trip rates from ro nta naaiei: $12.00 From Ixingtou p " ' WlnchestiT, It. Ptorllus l'arl l'raukfort nii'Iimond r 12.03 J2.P0 J2.T" 12.21 13 Stanford 13.2. and correspondingly low rates Jrom all other to itral Kentucky points. Reduced Hotel Rates. Reduced rates have been made at the Hotels at Newport News and at Old Point Comfort, which is only a few miles distance and connected by Electric Car service. No other trip ever offered as many SOI L STIIiLMJ EVENTS as does this one. People from Inland Kentucky have the rare opportunity of witnessing e.ombincd Ai my and Navy life at the most historic spot in the United States. THINK OF IT! settlers, the I'ocohontas and Capt John Smith incident, Cornwallis The landing place of the Jamestown his British forces, the battle of the Monitor and Merrimac, and last, but in the same class, the launching of the 1st Powerful Battle Ship of our Navy, and it will be called '"Kentucky" 'lhink of it! As soon as the date of Launching is settled on, it will be g.ven wide publicity in the papers. MAKE YOUR PLANS. Through sleepers will run from Lexington. For detail information write or call 011 any agent, or GEORGE V. BARNEY, D. P. A., LEXINGTON, KY. Call at in' store and we will ex plain how to Get One of these Boasters Free Bring us your . ... .. Butter and Eggs. Will make you happy, If you trade with us. XANGDON'S BREAD DAILY. Groceries, Cheap for Cash. Fresh Oysters from Baltimore . H. M, BALLOU- - New line Calicoes at S. T. Evans Chicken theives are getting in their S. T. Evans will have Armours, cold See 'em work. storage beef Friday, j Local doctors have been quite busy Wanted, hens at 5c per pound. II. this week vaccinating persons. Wanted! furs, hides,' tallow. See us U. Northeott selling. II. B. Northeott , Typewriter letter heads at this before 200,000 brick for sale. Greening & oflice. Wanted, car load of Iron, Bones and Pence, Stanford, Ky. H. B. Northeott Eggs wanted. Will pay highest Rags. I will sell you package coffee at 10c." cash price, li. Fox. Clover, oats, timothv. blueirrass and Sugar at cost, for cash. T. Currey. The band will give a concert at the orchard grass, always on hand at beginning with Feb. 10th our terms Gaines. Court House some time in May. will be cash. J. C. Thompson. t Dr. B. F. Walter, Dentist, will be For sale. Corn, by bushel, hay by oflice, Bryantsvillc Tues Dr. Hay ani corn always on hand at Cy- bale. II. B. tf at MaElliot1. Northcotty eh day rus Easons, for retniL 46 Will go to Wanted, Veal Calves. J. A. Beazley & Co., headquarters Largest line Plow's and Plow gear. country and huy. II. 11. Northeott" for furniture carpets, mattings, wallJ. K. Ilaselcea. Rev. Campbell preaches at the Bap paper and D.mville has repealed her orlinance church Sunday morning and Please Head. prohibiting stock on the streets court tist I would like to do your plain sewday. We have winter ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. If you want a nice Jersey ow, that weather in but little genuinefar, but this section so will be fresh in a few days, cill at this liourbon Steam Laundry. there is time for it vet ollice. Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the I have two silver mounted show Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your Kemcmber our terras on and a'ter tf cases for sale, one 'J feet and the other orders at Sweeney's store. 10 th wiil be spot cash. Feb. 10. J. G Thompson. , J. C. Thompson. New book, the new' edition of the Biblical Decorated art tissue paper for man- bible with 800 illustrations. Nave your old clothes cleaned and Q 10 Vadis only pressed up for Spring. Pricis reason tle, lambrequins, lamp shades etc. Master pieces, etc. J. C. Ihompson. 23c per copy. These are all new. J. C. Thompson. Giro. Exti.vk. able. Shop over Logan & Robinson's store. Postmaster at ISryantsville. Murdered at Murcellua. A .Washington dispatch says: The expense account of farmers, by ISrlilflillit'l. Davison has recommended Doat forget to have yo-ipicture grinding plow points at C. K. Poindex-ter's- . Ben G. Muilius for postmaster at Brytaken at Eirp'.s gallery in the Thomp antsvillc, Ky. son buildi.ig, Monday County c nrt Several Lancaster young men have d ty. The W. C. T. U. wish to thank Miss written the governor and adjutant general ten lering their services in Amanda Anderson and all who assisted V.is Court Next .Month. in giving such an enjoyable evening Circuit court convenes in Lancaster case of war. on Feb. 14th. next month. So far not many suits Union 3Ieetiii. Mits. Gn.h. P es. Mhs. F. Fakka, Sec. have been Hied and few of them The union meeting will be held in un junt to much. Saw Mill. the Christian chureh Sunday night My Saw Mill is located at J. J. Waland Rev. Faulconer will preach. Society. I.:n!i's ker's on Danv.lle pike, and will be Every member of the society is re Corn Wanted. ready to run Mond iy next Will cut quested to be present at the meeting If parties wishing to sell corn will for 40 cents par hundre 1, and guaranS turJay afternooa at Mrs. II. E Mc- bring it to me at once, I will buy same. tee first elass work. O. G. Stkakk. RoLerts. J. W. Miller, Mgr. Pilgrimage Distillery. X Communion Services. Please is County Court Rev. C. K. Crawford, of the Danville Work on the new city work house is 'Iheolog'eal Seminary, will conduct call at this office or see our collector. Krhest G. Brown an.l pay your sub- progressing rapidly. .The foundation the communlCn services at the Presbyscription as we must have the money. and sills are ready 'or the brick terian church Sunday morning at 11 and the latter are only wai iig o'clock. Lost A Stanage Fountain pan, be- for suitable weather. tween C. I). Powel's store and Uaptist Photographer Coming. Xeiv Tailor Shop. c'.iurch. Finder return to McKobcrt5, I will be at my Lancaster gallery, Cleaning, pressing and repairing store and receive reward. promptly and neatly done by Uc. ia the Thompson building, Monday, Extine. Shop over Logan & Robin county court day, 2Sth of Feb, a: d j ;Miii. will continue all that week. Come I have added to the old htock, a niw son's store. oa and have your pictures taken. line of seasonable goods which I wiil For Sale or Kent. This maybe my last trip.here for quite sell low for cash. Call and sec me at A. J. Earp, Photographer a while. I will either sell or rent my old stand. the Stanfoid Ky. It is in good repair and in a .1. C. Robinson. good neighborhood. For particulars Small Pox Still ltaging. call on either W. II. Kinnaird or myState Cuarils in .loMiiiiinc. The small pox at Middlesboro con Mary K. Weisiger. The county ju Ige of Jessamine only self. tinues to grow worse and is serious, allowed two guards to each threatenIt is amusing wl.ea the pre: e'er indeed. If the plague could only have to touches up his congrega ijn a'.oag ed gate, and the companies applied several years ago struck the Gov. Bradley for troops. 1 hey were worldly lines how each member thinks and kept some of our fol ;s away, Lan furnished ana now eight bayonets it suits "other fellow'' but never for caster would have been many thous glisten at each gate standing in the a moment considers that the pastor and dollars better off today. county. is striking him squarely between the Better Stay at Home. eyes. Ex. Goose and DncU Kkjs out of Sight. We understand there is some talk, of Until April 1st, 1S9S I want all your Look Out for Them. taking the Old Maids Convention to a goose and duck egg.5, will pa3' 33c for There are about twent Lancastor neighboring town. The old gals had got S3 eggs and l.;c for duck eggs. negroes in Middlesboro whi r the better let that alone. A home-talelinns' them in and get the cash. Of s nall-ponow rages. Unless a sharp show is all right when given at home, fice on Public Square, in Archer's meat lookout is kept some of these will slip but ametures appearing before strang shor). llUTLER FOX? , back here. If they are taken with ers generally goes pretty hard with symptoms they are sure to make a both, the latter in Death from Croup. bee line for home. son of Mr. J. T. The Fire. I'm Out. Meeting Closed. Bryan, died Leavcll. namel William The crowd which hangs about the resiRev. Henry Faulconer's raetting at Tuesday morning at the family Court House to loaf and drink has got dence near town. '1 he child suffered the Presbj'tcrian churc'i came to a ten to be such a nuisance that one offi several days from croup. The remains close Sunday night The attendance cer ha t ic'.ced up a placard requesting were interred in Lancaster cemetery. during the entire two week's time them to keep their vials in their pock was good and a great deal of interest ets. There is always a crowd hanging Sues for O.OOO. was awakened among the members Mrs. Adalinc Sebastian, widow of and Christian people of the town gen about the ofliees, and it is hard to see Marion Sebastian, who was killed in et a'ly. Eleven have un'ted with the how the oHicers transact business.so this city last June, has, through her hurch and several more will probably much are they annoyed by fellows who hug their stoves all day long. attorncj", J. Mort Rothwell, filed suit d j so Sundav. against the Turners for 20,000, claim-in- ,' Pikes. Scarlet Fever. that by killing her huiband they J'atters in turnpike circles are quiet. deprived she and her children of their Irene, the pretty little daughter of roads continue to collect toll, only support and protection. The Mr. W. J. Romans, is confined to her The three b. d by a case of scarlet fever. A son bat no guards on duty in the county. case will conic up next month. It has been reported that this county of Mr T. J. Hatcher also has the A I.iiine Dodge. wo understand, there are had guards stationed at the bridge and, We notice several "specials"' sent two other cases in town. It is in a on Lexington and Danville pike, but we are informed by the county judge from N eholasville and Danville inti- very mild form and doctors have mate that the raiders in those counfear of it spreading. The Graded that such is not the case. How long ties "c: iiu from Garrard." Now, it is School has not suspended, and will t ie gates will stand is hard to say. we have had raiders in Garrard, 110. do so unless there is absolute dan- They may be destroyed any time, but we hope no violence will be resorted but we do not like the idea of our sis- ger in continuing. to.and the companies and court yet ter counties saying we supply the state Spring Announcement. make a trade. at large with pole choppers. Of course I am receiving Spring and Summer everybody knows the raiders belong where the devilment is done, but we samples from four of the best MerThe Royal is the highest grade baking powder think it would look just a little more chant Tailoring houses in America, kaown. Actual tests show it goes further than may other braatf like the fair thing if the sensational and I will continue to sell at lower telegraph reporters would confine prices and smaller profits than you themselves to the truth. can 'find elsewhere. Only the best quality of goods offered. No shoddy Tribute of Kespect Satisfaction, in every particular, or n We, a a church, teachers and scholpiy. Warnamaker and Brown have ars j ;n in sincern csndolcnce with the largest house and the largest trade Bro Hucker, wife and chil iren in the ii the nation. Compare goo Is and g ea; calamity that has just befallen will give me your order. prices and m m in ine tragic death of their manOn March 15th, 125 tickets will be ly lit.le son, George. placed in a box and each of mv custo It is another potent remainder that mers, who bought goods during "In the midst of life, we are in death". s:ason just passed, can draw for the They have the consolation in that his number, which will get the fine the pair tender age has relieved him of a 1 of pants, offered as a premium. ear tbly responsibility. "lie is safe in M. D. Hughes, Agent Absolute! Pure arms of Jesu ,". Ma v Gods tiin and omfort them in this sad TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAT. is being circulated over the county that a case of small pox is in Lancas The best two horse wagon on the ter. Some one started a report that a man named Clark had come from Mid market at G. S. Gaines'. A - f- dlesboro and was now down with a genuine case. We can state positively that such is not the case. Nobody has come here from Middlesboro for sever al weeks, nor could a person come from there without everybody know ing it, a sharp lookout being kent for that purpose. There is no more danger in coming to Lancaster than there'is in going to any other town, and it is to be very much regretted that the idle and false rumor gained circulation. The "Old Bachelors'" Convention. An antidote to The Old Maid's Con vention will be one of the most enter WW FEAST Having of W. T. West his stock of Dry Goods, lYotions, Clothing, Hats, Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes At a Big Discount, enables us to offer you goods in this line at Remarkably Low Prices pure-hashed I 4. 8 Came Early and ret First Choice. windovv-shades- v taining and unique entertainments given in Lancaster for many years. i he convention will be composed of the Lancaster Concert Band leading local talent, and both Old and Young Bachelors. The entertainment will be from the beginning, and those who attend will be laugh ing a year hence. The young men are working hard, and t'me nor labor will be spared to make the convention a howling success. Don't forget the date. Court House, Friday night, March 4th, 7:"0 o'clock. Price within reach of all. Let every one come. John M. This stock must be closed out At Once in order to make room for our iNcw Spring Stock. It is our purpose to close out the stock of Clothing and Shoes and convert the business into A M FIRST CLASS Dry Goods House! I We will carry TJp - - To - - Date lines of l Press (Boobs, abios' (Trimmings, urnisfyings, , nov-23-t- -- 7 la3-e- Business Change. Logan closed a trade with W. T. West Saturday night for the latter's stock of dry goods, clothing, boots, shoes, etc, and an invoice is now beinc made of same. Mr. Logan will close out the present stoek at actual cost and put in a full line os dry goods, notions etc. He will handle only the choicest, up-t- date goods, and will always have on hand what our people want, llislong experience both the retail and wholesale goo Is, 8V business will enable him to secure an keep on hand one of the best stocks ever shown ia Kentucky. M.- - L"gan is a popular man among our peopl?, ai d all eladly welcome him back into bus'ness. He has engaged space in The Becokti to let the people know X what he will have, and by watching A his ads., you will know what want aod where to get it Mr. Login will A quit traveling and give his entire at tention to this store. I j totions, and, in fact, everything that goes to make up a In doing this we First Class Dry Goods House. the support and patronage of the people of and Surrounding Country. With your aid up a business m $ 0 o task can build 111 1 We promise ry a well selected stock in this line. at all times to do the best in our power to merit We propose to your favors for CASH and SELL for CASH ONLY. we can "bring to the consumer prices that will at all times enable them to supply their wants close to the Manafacturer's cost, that will enable us tocar- - f BUY doing this By A Ilig Enterprise. A Recokd man drove out to the Pil f The Logan 6 Dry Goods Co. print typewriter letter heads resi-ienc- 4 ic x $-- e, li'-t- le e oae-tbi- mm POWDER MX! HO POWOCR t.iil. Methodist SuxdaY SchooL Take Laxctlve Bromo Quinine Tablets. All Druggists reiuna tne money 11 it falls to Cure 25 cents. ROYAL CO., NEW VOMC grimage distillery the other morning ind was shown orer the big pi int. Although only a stone's throw from towr,few of our people are aware of what an immense enterprise and how much money is invested in this The orignal punt was erected by CoL John W. Mille. Tais was de stroyed by fire, excepting the large warehouse, in February 1S95. Previous to the fire, the Levy Brothers, of Cincinnati, purchased the plant Immediately after its destruction they began the erection of the present plant The ilistillery proper is built entirely of brick and is a model of convenience and perfection, only the latest improved machienry and fixtures being used. As a rule, a distillery is a very dirty place but here everything is as neat and clean as a new pin. The tubs, floors, and machinery are scour ed and rubbed daily and a stylishly dressed lady could go all over the premises without soiling a thread. The distiller, Mr. Calvin Nevieus, is said, by those who know, to be one of the best in the state, and judging from the excellent article produced, this reputation is well earned. The plant is now in operation and 103 bush- eles arc mashed per day, from which Mr. Nevieus produces from 'J to 9 barrels of whisky. The bottling department is a new feature with distillers, the government only recently granting them that privilege. This department at the Pilgrimage is nuder the direction of Mr. Jake Kortz, of Paducah. The arrangement are perfect and, as Mr. Kortz is an expert hand at the business, the goods of the Pilgrimage will go to customers looking second to none. The company is bottling some of its goods, which is considered as fine whisky as can be found in the state. The liquor is placed in a large copper tank and passes through a per fect filtering midline before reaching the bottles. Mr. Kortz has a force of han Is who cork, seal and lable, the bottles.J'hey are then put in cases and are- ready for shipment We were surprised to learn of the enormous quantity of whisky in the Pilgrimage warehouse. There are two tremendous houses, both built on the most modera plan. In these are stored 4,330 to 4,430 barrels of whiskey. It is worth a trip out there just to go threujh these enormous warehouses. As manager, Col. Miller is said to be one of the best in Kcntueky. He h:s en ie control over tl:e plant, and whatever he wants or suggests is promptly granted by the company, which goes to show .the high estimation they have for him. We do n t know of any man who comes any nearer attending to his own business and letting other peoples alone than does John W. Miller, nor do we know of one who will respond quicker to a request by a friend for a favor. By close attention to business, and splendid management, he has gotten in shape to enjoy the "shady side of Ea- 2 - AT W. T. WESTS OLD STAND We on sy street", and whatever he his is al ways free and welcome to his friends. Judge W. E. Walker and .Mr. Joe L. rnold have charge of Uncle Sam's af fairs as and gauger, re spectively. They have a great-dea- l of business to attend to and are kept on the go. The judge, as usual, finds time to tell jokes and keep everyone him in a good humor. The IMgrimage runs six months in the year, consequently puts much money in the hands of iaboreas who iive in Lancaster. The whisky is ship ped all over the United States, and nearly every day a car load is taken from the special side track. Those who know claim the whisky made at the Pilgrimage is as fine as any produc ed in the state, and, judging from the ready sale it meets, the opinion must be true. Ha ma i:.n tr.Miii. store-keep- excellent bjnd papur. Paint Lick, Ky. cost money to advertise and we do not advertise for fun or pastime, but mean business, strictly. We do believe that we are in shape to give you as good flour in exchange for your wheat as can be made and as most all wheat that was raised in 1S97 was good it is a rare exception that we fail to ive our customers 34 lbs. of our fault less flour and 10 lbs. bran for every bushel of wheat If you will try us with a wagon load of wheat we arc sure you will come again. We are pre pared to exchange flour every day ex cept Sunday. Wo guarantee our flour just like we do when we sell it If it is not good return it and we will satis BURNAM & RUCKEK. fy you. It Distressing Accident. Last Friday, at Taint Lick, George, son of Mr. I. C. the little Rucker, was caught in the mill machinery at that place and instantly killed. The little fellow, we underbasement of the stand, had gone mill and was standing near a grind stone. His clothing caught in a rapidly revolving shafting- and he was whirled rapidly around, his head striking the floor at each revolution. When found life was extinct The little body was brought here Saturday and interred in the Lancaster Cemetery,, the junior classes of the Graded School, of which he was a former member, attending and taking part in the ceremonies. George was an exceedingly bright little fellow and a great favor-it- e with the people while he lived in Lancaster. The family have great sympathy from our people over the deplorable accident to-th- Incomparable Service. The Qaecn & Crescent trains are the finest trains run in the State of Kentucky. Four daily trains to Cincinnati connect with the main highways of the Great Trunk Lines of the North, West and Eist This is the line to Washington, New York, Boston and the East The Queen & Crescent connects with every line out of Cincinnati. S. T. Swift, P. & T. A.. Lexington, Ky. W. G. Mono A3?, D. P. A., Lexing- ton, Ky. Prepare for Cyclones! By Insuring your Houses. Insure your Hemp! And Take No Risk of Loss. We write these Policies R. KINNAIRD, General Insurance, Lancaster, Ky CENTRAL RECORD EVERYWEEK BY; : k STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST A RESOLUTION w Pi New Lins of A E-- Lilhu d. Jno. li. Stout. IfAXDRAH, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. WritiuffPaBbTiiiBoie Also a Variety of Lillavd ch LEITER' TACTICS !OHK Months. YFAB, IK ADVANCE. " " ..11.00 .. . .50 .25 Favoring Cuban Iinlrpenlenct; Introiluceil In the Kentucky Fkankfout, Ky., Feb. 18. -- The fol Man, Who Clear; d Followed by a O.u; Hundred Tlimixund Hollars. Lorisvn.i.K, Ky., Feb. 21. William FRIDAY, February. 25, 1898. Tiie probability of war is becoming extremely grave, and fears are enter tamed in Washington that the strain ed relations with Spain will result ii open rupture in a short time. 'J hi navy is being mobilized in Cubai waters: irreat quantities of projectile; and Dower are being turned out, and orders for the completion of vessels under way and under repair are rust ed. Men are enlisting in the navy List as they can be examined. 1 orts are o ing garrisoned, and, while the Wash ins;ton officials will. not admit it, then seems to be a strong probability that immediate action is contemplated. It is our opinion that the Government only organized the "Court of Inquiry' in order to save time enougn lo get ficrhtinsrshane and that in less th ten daj-- hostilities will be declared come. against Spain. s lowing resolution was introduced in Jhursday the Kentucky legislature and will be voted upon Friday. Whereas, war is now being waged by the Cuban patriots, for Jioeriy, , home and countrj-- aim wnercas, lhu United States, for her kindly endeavor in trying to secure peace, autonomyfor the insurgents, has neen repcaieuinsulted bv the Spanish govern ment to such an extent as to no longer be withstood: be it Ilosolved. Bv the general assembly oi the state of Kentucky, that Cuba is and of riht should be free and independent and to secure that cud immediate steps (should be taken by our representatives in eomrress and senators to tecure mo liimftAf nnd restore neace and forever renounce the right of Spam to govern said island. He it further Resolved, That a copy of these reso lutions be presented to our rcpre sentatives and senators in congress that they may know that in the sense of the representatives of the common wealth of Kentucky further delay js cowardly and the time for action' hat, BRECKEN RIDGE'S BRAVERY. Norton, the millionaire owner of the Auditorium theater here, las been the biggest and most suc cessful plunger in wheat this winter Louisville, and one of the largest It is reliably outside of Chicago. stated that he has cleared 100,030 on lie began buying his operations. about the snme time Leiter did. and though operating in a much more mod est way, his investment lias uecn very large. Whenever the market got high he sold out, and when there came a re- At ictiou he went in heavily aga-nthe low point in January he bought a million bushels, which he h:is closed out at a profit of seven cents a bushel. Mr. Norton is worth 2,000,-00but has not speculated much since the famous deal engineered by Harper, He went into that ni Cincinnati. heavily, and did not give up until lie IS or ton js ccccn, had dropped S;T:J,00J. trie as well as wealthy, and manages his theater under the name of Daniel . ME LANBOUS BOOKS Orders taken for till Foreign or Donu slic Magizincs or Newspapers. LeadingQruggists. ateyjes, Ifllkt m tidies Fainis, Oils, Etc. DAWVILLE? :: mWM TS' DRUG STORE. FARM AND STOCK NOTES. KENTUCKY, ! Quilp. FOR TARVIN. The House l'asnrs :i Hill Covcrnlns tho Maintenance of Courtlionnen in Second-Ciii- s Citlc'4. be a wise move if the Span ish war ship now lying at New York would weigh anchor and leave for other ports. While no true American would harm the vessel yet some crank or Cuban extremist will possibly blow up the boat if she remais there. Then we would be in a sweet mess. Spain would have us where we now have them in the middle of an embarass ing position. If Uncle Sam would on ly whisper a word of caution into the ear of the Spaniard she will surely get awa3. She has no business up there anywa-. It would The Poad JJnglgn Saved Six Lives and l'rc vented an fSxnlosIon in the Jlaguziuo or the Texas. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 19. The body of Ensiirn Joseph Cabell Breeken ridge arrived here Friday afternoon. Rev. Dr. Ratcliff, of Washington, and Kev. Dr. Fulton will conduct tho services Sam Joxes has announced h'mself a candidate for governor of Georgia, declaring he has been urged to run by thousands of voters. Mr. Jones has been doing a great deal of good by reaching and preaching to a class of people other ministers can not get at Some people say Mr. Jones is a black guard and decent people should not go to hear him. If it does any good at all it is just that much more than is done by those who criticise him ad vers jly. college cadets, Saturday. State Capt. bwi- of under command trert, U. S. A., will servo as guard of honor and hre tlie larcweii loung JirecKcnrmgc uau salute. saved six people from death and had lien saved a vessel from explosion. on the Texas and while in the turret the ammunition hoist gave way and the shot was falling into the powder. Cabell sprang to the rescue, and al thousrh his clothes were torn into shreds and his arm seriou&lj' njurpd he saved tho ship and all on board from possible destruction by explosion, The Goe- bcl election bill and the outcome of the caucus of the members of the house on it is the main topic of discussion. The opponents of the measure are still bitterly fighting it. It was rumored lllackburn came here when and did not go before the joint caucus Friday night that it would pause a coolness between him and Goebel, but their friends say they are on the best of terms. The four legislative days of the coming week will be busy ones. Murder at I'aducili. Paducaii, Ky., Feb. 22. Tom Han Don, aged 40. shot and mortally wound ed Will Hall, aged 25, Mpnday noon Ihey lived in the same house and Hall quarreled about their wives. drew an ax on Hannon and tho latter shotgun and got a shot him in the groin. Hannon, too drunk to escape, was arrested and Sailed. Both were newcomers and mill men. Not a Illll Signed. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 22. Not a single bill has yet be;n acted upon by Gov. Bradley, and there are only eight or ten on his desk, though pnly three During weeks of the session remain. that time a great many measures can be passed through both houses, probably 50 are now so far advanced as to be ready for the nnal action of the members. double-barreled The Klection JliiL Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 22. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 19. The Ken tucky house unanimously passed a bill gpverning the maintenance oi eouri- cities in Ken iouses in second-clas- s tucky. This was drafted especially to lit the Covington case, in which coun- cilmen were bent to jail at Independence, am gives the eireuit judgo ab? solute power, One section reads: "The judge of such court may pur chase, in the manner he deems best, furniture or other things in his discretion necessary to carry out the provi sions of Section I hereof, and the said nities shall, upon the order of said judge, or of the court, allow and pay the claims so created, and the Judgj of such courts may cause to be roil; dered in the conduct of such courts such ei'vicps or assistance as he may deem necessary; and the said cities shall, upon the order of said judge, or of the court, allow and pay the claims so created." Orders From Washington to Ft. Thomas. Ft. Thomas, Ky., Feb. 19. Telegrams have been Hying fast to Col. T. S. Elkin bought some butcher stuff from various parties at o& T. C. Galley sold Al:c W.ilker 9 choice heifers at 2 LOO per head. T. C. ('.alley sold tq Or.gj of Madison, 15 heifers at 14 59 per head. Every horse s ilo in the East shows an improvement over the prices of hist year. W. S. Rcazlcy bought of Sam Em- D ey a nice uuncli o; shoats averaging 119 lbs at 3 E 1. Walker bought of Swinsbroad 3D head of forward yearling cattle at 23.00 per hea l. Col. 15. F. liobinson bought at Dan ville court Monday, 10 head of calves for F. Stone at 21 per head. II. F. Robinson shipped to Cincin nati market a load of hogs that ho bou lit near I'reaehersville. IJ.-o1, Bottled Dp! The Latest Styles, We have received our full line of Whether in the form of. pill powder Dr liquid, the doctor's prescription for blood diseases ia alwaj-the same mercury pr potash. These druga bottle up the poison and dry it up in the system, but they als-- dry up the marrow in the bones at the same time. The suppleness and elasticity of the Joints give way to a stiffness, the racking pains of rheumatism. The form gradually bends, the bones ache, vU1j decrepitude and helplessness prema turely take possession, ol the body, and it is but a s.hoit step to a pair of crutches. Then comes falling of the hair and decay of the bones, acouv dilion truly horrible. Contagious Blood potaskI Poison the curse viEn;cuqyy of mankind is the most horrible of all diseases, and basal- way 8 b allied the doctors. Their potash and mercury bottle up the poison, but it always breaks forth again attacking some delicto organ, (;queutly the mouth and throat, filling them with eating sores. S,S,SM is the only known cure for this disease. It is guaranteed purely vege table, and one thousand dollars reward is offered for proof to the contrary. It never fails to cure Contagious Blood Poison, Scrofula, Eczema, Rheumatism, Cancer, or any other disease of the blood. If you have a blood disease, take a remedy which will not injure yon. of mercury: don't do violence Beware to your system. Don't get bottled up Our books sent free to any address, Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga, s Fall and Winter Goods, and they are the Very Latest and JJest money could buy. Our stock of Fine Footwear is complete in every detail, and a look will convince you that they are unsurpassed. Sae our immense line of Dents Furnishings. We have an elegant line of Trunks and Valises. When in Danville don't fail to give us a call. part of Kentuckians to jump in and lick Spain as matters now stand, but just suppose it had been the battleship Kentucky which met the fate of the Maine. If such had been tho case ev ery mothers son in the grand old Com monwealth would have shouldered his rifle and cut through the country to gat a shot at the Dons. There is an intense desire upon the Pochran, commanding tho United States Uoops here, for the past 21 hours. It was stated Friday that they were from the war department, and related to the condition of the troops at the fort and pf their readiness to move at short notico, It was reported uIsq from the quartermaster's department, at Washington that orders have been placed in the past two days for rations for 150,003 men for six months. The war excitement among the soldiers in the Ft. Thomas barracks is intense. liidcd in a 3:istri;. Lkhanox, Ky., Feb. 21. The second indlutment of the Commonwealth vs. the L. & N. railroad, under the long and short haul clause of the constitution, was tried here, resulting in a liung jury, nine to three for conviction. Judge l'atteson instructed the jury as he did in the case now before the court of appeals, but the proof of a particular shipment of coal from to Louisville was not sufllcient J,o satisfy all of the jury. Smallpox at Artcmus. Rarbourvii.i.i:, Kyf, Feb. 2.2. report one case of smallpox at Arteinus coal mine, four miles south of here. The family moved there from Jelico, Tcnn., last Friday. Sunday one of the family was taken down with a bad case. The place is now quarantined against all persons who have smallpox. Doc-to- Richmond's fight to retain the reve nue office it seems will Drove fruitless The good people up there held a meet ing, whereaeed, resolved and sent vigorous kick to headquarters only to receive the blunt reply, "Matter set tled." Thisnove will, we beleve, set a bad precedent, as the office will now be pulled and hauled all over the dis triet at the pleasure of each new col lector. thankful that a sap-hea- The people of this country should be cool, level-heade- d tfficer was in charge of the Maine Had some d been in chartre the chances are he would have done or said somthing which would have this country in war Nearly all trouble is brought on by the loose iaws of some idiot who blows off his bazoo and never thinks. the enemy's bullets for his country A man who will bare his breast to sake should always "be given the best or everything in the land, but to see the way some old vets are shoved aside to make room for tee bob-taelement is enough to make a man think several times before leaving home, friends and business to take chances on being shot down. il The Richmond Pxktxoravu has ben revived, with Messrs French Tipt and Milo Shanks at the helm. The Pantagraph is a hustler and will re' tain its place in the front ranks. Ik case of war we believe enou volunteers would come to the front whip Spain without it being necessary to draft a single man. How to Find Out. Fill a bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twenty-fou- r hours; a sediment or settling indicates an unhealthy condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is evidence of kidney trouble. Too frequent de sire to urinate or pain in the back, also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order. WHAT TO DO. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer: Swamp-Boo- t, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in back, kidneys, liver, bladder and the every part of the urinary passages. It corrects inability to bold urine and scalding pain in passing it, or bad ef fects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up aaany times during the mgbt to unn ate. The mild and extraordinary ef is toon realized. It feet of Swamp-Bostands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by druggists, price fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent free by sail. Mention Central Kkc- obd, and tend your address to Dr. Kil saer .4 Co.,iBinghampton, N.Y. The proprietors of this paper guarantees (3; IB jgenuinensM oi tins oasr. Nicholas vii.i.e, Ky., Feb. 22. When the Nicholasville omnibus, which con veyed the guards to their stations on the Lexington and Danville turnpike Monday night, reached the gate kept Xegrocs Arrested and Released. by John Roberts, second from town, at JJipdi.kskoro, Ky., Feb. 21. Seven9:10 o'clock, they found the gate cu aftdown, the pole, now practically a mass teen Negroes were arrested Sunday ernoon for shooting craps by Oliiccrs of splinters, cast to the roadside. Steele and Cecil. Owing to the danger Family Wounded. of smallpox they were not placed in RicnuoKD, Ky., Feb. 22. AtMullin's jail, but released on their own recogtunnel, a few miles south of here, two nizance. L. & N. bridge carpenters, named Dur-bi- n Jewelry Store Closed. and Redmond, became involved in Owknsboro, Ky., Feb. 18. Elijah a quarrel, when Durbin shot Red- Steittler's jewelry store in Owcnsboro mond, inflicting a fatal wound. Durbin was closed Thursday by an attachment escaped. suit of the Hellebusch estate of Cincin Troops Ready. nati. The attachment is for 4,243. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 22. Company Wealthy Farmer Dead. E, state guards, has been in readiness Richmond, Ky., Feb. 18. Benjamin here since Saturday night, awaiting soldier and go to Jessa- L. Price, orders from Frankfort to mine or Boyle county to assist the one of the wealthiest farmers in Madi turnpike people in guarding toll gates. son county, died at his home near here Thursday. A lto)'a Last Hunt. W. II. Dorn Dead. Dover, Ky., Feb. 22. Stewart Cole Middlesboro, Ky.. Fefo. 19. W. H, aged 14 years, and a son of Rev. L. T. Cole, while hunting, probably fatally Dorn, one of the most widely known shot himself. The gunshot wound tore business men in Middlcsboro, died his left leg nearly off. C. & O. section Thursday night from heart disease. Launching of the Kentucky. men carried the boy home. Louisville, Ky.,Feb. 22. The Louis Streams Clogged With Logs. Creech, Ky., Feb. 22. The lumber ville board of trade has been officially business is practically suspended on advised that the battleship Kentucky account of no water in the Upper Cum- will be launched Thursday, March 24. berland river. Tlie streams are clogged 1'osl masters. Kentucky Fourth-Clas- s with logs. Washington, Feb. 19. The followHeld for Murder. postmasters were ing fourth-clas- s Creech, Ky., Feb. 22. The grand for Kentucky Frida: llryants jury of Harlan county held William ville Uenjamin G. Mullins: Clermont Qborn for killing Joe Messcr. Hiram Driston; Olation, John F. Allen; Pilotoak, James U. Howling; Rockland, Death of Col. Fogle. li. J. Lebanon, Ky., Feb. 21. CoL John Foley. Stahl; South Elkhorn, Alexander D. Fogle is dead from on overdose of On Account of Smallpox. He had not been in good morphine. Louisville, Ky , Feb. 19. None of health for several days, and it was said he was suffering from pain when he the federal prisoners from Southeastpurchased a bottle of morphine and re- ern Kentucky will be brought here for paired to his room and unintentionally trial at the February term of court took 20 grains of the medicine. CoL Monday on account of the prevalence Fogle had the reputation of being one of smallpox in that district. of the brightest lawyers in the state. n Attorney Dying:. Lebanon, Ky Feb, 19. John D. FoPostmaster as Bassellvlllr, Ky. gle, one of the best known attorneys Washington, Feb. 19. The president Friday sent the nomination of in the state, was found dying jn hjs Jacob B. Coffman, as postmaster at room Friday morning. Thursday hp was apparently in good health. When Russellville, Ky. found he was breathing hard ir Lieut. Young;' Recovery. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 18. Dr. F. O. heavy stupor. Attending physicians Young, a brother of Lieut Lucien think he can not live. Faducah Still Dry. Young, of the United States navy, rePaducah, Ky., Feb. 21. The waterceived a letter Thursday from tho lieutenant, saying that he had recov- works plant is still out of repair. A ered from the severe attack' of appen- large force of men is at work day end dicitis without an operation. He is in night trying to discover the whereabouts of the obstruction in the intike tan Francisco. Pipe- . Fear Smallpox. Pineville, Ky., Feb. 21. Owing to Don't annoy others by your cough city council has ing, and risk your life by neglecting a fears of smallpox the adopted an ordinance forbidding all cold. One minute Cough cure cures assemblies on the streets or in public coughs, colds, croup, grippe and all buildings or stores, and ordering the throat and lung troubles. Storm es Drug gtbre. jphiltfren to be keptt home. lm Gate Cat Down. J. N. Denny bought of Woods & Lynn at Stanford court " head year ling calves at SJ2.50 per iiead. The llacrodsb ii:g Damoerat notes sales as follows: 7 head cattle at from $: to 53.15 per hundred; 20 acres of land near Vanorsloll Station fqr S0?s foui: head horses at an average of !.". Wheat prospects are not llnttor'ng most sections and yet favorable weather during the remainder of this month and March may bring It out and make au average crop. At the sale of J. P. Chumleys Wed' nesday, everything brought good pr:; ces. Cows from 29 to S3.), horses from to 50, pig 51.35 each and some brood fco.vs from 5 03 to 50.00. It is often bett. r to s.-- 1iq2s in small lots to Lutchur or shippers thin to keep the entire lot until all arj ully fatteued; and in some cases this is true of cattle. Fully fattened an imals are kept at a loss. Tlie Danville Advocate says Sjott Hudson , who had such splendi I suc cess last year with his campaigning string of trotters, will go down the line this season with a strong string of cam paigners. He will have three of his good ones of 1S07 King Egbert Melium-woa- d Eagle Flanagan 2:12 2: 13 and a number of other gocd ones. Tho price of lumbe has taken a jump, and is the highest Mice 1892. An exchange says thesccreity of walnut and yellow pine, and the big export busi' ness, combine to cause the advance. The price on walnut timber esqecially is very high. As an indic.tion of the state of the market, Col. Middleton, of Shelbyville, sol 1 a walnut tree to the presentative of a German firm for 2:09-3-- CALDWELL & LANIER 1 D ANVIL L E, - - - - KENTUCKY. A Kent noekiaras Rheumatism I Relief. matic cures, they do so at the ex pense of their health, for the dis ease is getting a tinner Hold on them all the while. It is foolish to expect liniment.-- ; or lotions to do any good, for the disease is in the blood, and, of course, can not be reaehed by local application Swift s hpeoihe (h. b. b.) ha- made some remarkable cures of Itheumatism. It is the best biood found for every animal offered, and so not an animal was passed out. Breeders who have on hand a good looking lot of well bred youngsters are feeling Promsnent Attorney Gives Praise for It S427. horsemen have The discovered a new wrinkle in teaching their horses extravagant knee action. Spectacles for horses have been patented by an inventor, and are being used with considerable success. '1 heir ob jects is not so much to magni'y object as to make the ground in front of the horse appear to be nearer to his head than it really is. The result is continued high stepping which, after a while, becomes natural. Qhe Lebanon Enterprise saj-- : With mules in good demand, horses increasing in price every day, all kinds of cattle selling unusually hih, wheat at 9ti cents, corn at 40 cents, shelled oats, 30 cents, sheaf oats 52 per hundred, hay, timothy, 65 cents per hundred, clover, 53 cents, an open winter and good prospects for wheat, w.th the farmer well advanced with his work, there is certainly little to complain of at this Advocate; Magnolia Stock farm containing 3)7 acres, and belonging to J. W. Guest, was sold at auction and bought by C It. McDowell Mr. McDjwell reprefor 523,201.07. sented Thomas Mclioberts and P. G. Poyle. Anderson & Spillman this morning bought of Georce F. Anderson seventyfive acres of growing wheat at seventyfive cents ppr bushel, and of Len. Hudson fifty "&cres at the same price. They also offered Allen Ken-ne- y 75 cants for his share in the Harmon & Kcnney crop, but it was refused. This firm has over 5 00 acres in Later Anderson & Spillman bought 175 acres from John Huguely and 100 from Dave Logan, also at seventyfive cents. The American (Kentucky) stock- Farm, in sizing up the rece nt Lexing ton horse sale says: "Ihe recent sale footeU up to S105.000, and was considered the best held in Kentucky s'nee 1S92. Buyers seemed eager to and tho spirr get anything ited bidding on the brood mares of J. B. McFcrran, Jr., seemed like- old times. The rise in values could not have been anticipated, although everything pointed to an ultimate shortage, which would in itsclfforce prices up ward. The remarkable part of the whole sale wes that a purchaser was "high-steppiny first-alas- s, - is not riiflicult to convince tho people of Kentucky of the merits much encourage. Everything points of n remedy when evidence is preto a return o prosperity as far as the sented of what it 1ms done right trotting horse business is concerned. here at home of cures made among t ho peoplo wo know. It is PREACHERSVILLE. easy to verify the statements made below that there is no need G. A. Siler is in the mountains after for tho slightest doubt to remain. more cattle. The evidence is conclusive and inFarmers of this section have their disputable. Mr. E. K. S. Clink-inbeawork well in hand. is a prominent young atRev. Kykendall, of the Fork, was torney, residing at Mt. Sterling. visiting hero this week. lie is also well known as a news paper man of much ability and A, J. Thompson bought of Dick Robhas manv friends throughout the inson some shoats for SIC. 15. F. Walter, Dentist, office over Slate. Tho fallowing letter from him will prove of great interest: Ballou's grocery, Lancaster. 'Two years ago I was a great sufferer Mr. W. II. Cummins, who has been hail tried every from Rheumatism. ill of pneumonia, is able to be out a- - remedy I could hearI of except S. S. S. gam. I had been to Hot Springs, Ark., where I remained for twelve weeks under Mr J. C. Fox has returned from Atno treatment, but I lanta where he has been to sell a lot nianent relief, andexperiencedhome,per be returned of mules. lieving that I would be a sufferer as Auat Jennie Naylor died at Mr. long as I lived. At a time when my Dan Naylors Sunday last. Shj was pains were almost unbearable, I chanc ed to read your advertisement and was one of the oldest persons in this comimpressed with it so much that I deci munity. The funeral was preached by ded to try S. S. S. I took eleven bottles and was entirely relieved of all pain and Bro. Mahoney. permanently. When I began to Miss Allie Wli'te visited Miss Vessie curedS. S. S. was unable to sit or stand take I Cummins Sunady. Air John Anderson any ease, and could not sleep with U in Corbin on business. John CumSince taking the last dose I have had mins. Mrs. Jas. King is some better no return of the Rheumatism, and pleasure in recommending take but not yet able to bs out. Miss Kate S. S. great any one who has the misfor S. to Payne has been visiting relatives in tune to suller with Rheumatism. rd remedy known, and promptly goes down to the very cause of the trouble and forces it from the system. A trial will prove that it is the proper remedy for even the mo4 obstinate case. S. S. S. is purely Junction City. There are thousands of sufferers vcyctuhle, and is the only blood from llheuniatism in Kentucky to remedy guaranteed to contain no We arc anxious to do a little good in day who, like Mr. Clinkenbeard, mercury, potash or other mineral this world and can think of no pleas- - have vainly sought relief, and as ingredient. anter or better way to do it than by long as JSooks sent free by Swift Specific the' continue to expert recommending One Minute Coujrh rheu Company. Atlanta, Georgia. aiKit with various Cure as a preventive of pneumonia, consumption and other serious lung 493-TBS troubles that follow neglected colds. Stormes' Drug Store. lm THE SWEENEY. I SUBSCRIBE NOW! WEEKLY L BANK J ( Quite a number of the young folks LOUISVILLE of this vicinity, enjyoad an excellent DISPATCH birthday supper given in honor of T. E. Dishon, at his home near Sweeney. A Straight Democratic Newspaper. All present report a delightful time. Endors"d by the last convention as Mrs. Robert Land, of Rowland, is the Official Organ of Democracy. visiting her daughter, Mrs. 0. B. Perkins. Mr. Archie Oastott and wife, accompanied by Miss Alice Spratt, left For the Free Coinage of Silver. For the Chicago Platform. for their home in Illinois, Saturday. For the Democratic Nominees. Miss Alice, after an extended visit to For the interest of the Masses. relatives in Illinois, will return to her home near Sweeney. All the Latest Telegraphic News. This community was greatly shock- All the Latest State News. Thos. All tHe latest Market Reports. ed to learn of the death of Mrs. Corre ctCauri Reports. Edmiston, which occurred Sunday af- Correct Market Reports. ternoon, about 2 o'clock. Deceased Reliable News Reports. ed was 91 years of age, and a consist- Honest Editorial Policy. ent member of the Baptist church. She was a good woman, and had maAnd The ny friends, for to know her was to love her. Her remains were laid to --rest Monday afternoon in the Naylor graveyard, near Sweeney. We extend Both much sympathy to the bareaved famiOne Year For Only $1.65. ly, who have the sweet consolation of knowing that CAPITAL 200,000.00 -- OF SURPLUS. I65.000.00. LANCASTER, KT. A. R.Dksnt. President. Jso. E. Stormes, Vice President. W. H. Kiwnaird, 8. C. Dinky, Assistant Cash'r. K. T. Embby Ast't Caahler. J. F. Robinson. Jb, DIRECTORS Sam'l. Alex. R. Denny. The Weekly Dispatch Record Jas Spllman. A. C. Robinson. W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, Jno. E. Stormes. Central 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE ni4A4MA 11l2rS I and Summer CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic, Neuralgia and Toothache nve minutes. SourStomach Price, 25 Cents. Complaints. A METROPOLITAN NEWSPAPER. Thoroughly Equippjd with suffering from After years of untold Every Faculty to keep you piles, B. W. Pursell of Knitnersville, daily posted npon all tha Pa., was cured by using a single box events of the world. of Dj Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Skin Daily, except Sunday, 0 months, S?; Daily, "with Sunday, 0 diseases such as eczema, rash, pimples 1 year SC. months, 81; 1 year, 88. and abitinate sores are readi y c ir-Stoimes' by this famous remedy. THE DISPATCH, Address, Louisville, Ky. lm Drug Store. "In this HfeV long night of sadness, He will give thee peace and gjndqesa. Soul forget not in thy pain. That God o'er all forever relgas." The Daily Dispatch ! I HAUL - Copyrights 4c mwma Designs tlo'pj strictly conB'Jentu Handbook on Patents senrrree. Oldest asenc Patents taien torouan aiunu x iu. receiro $pickU notice, without phante, In the AWndsomelT Illustrated weekly. TarEMt els. eaiauon oi but ocienuug juunmi. Terms. Kl t Tear roar monins, ti, roia oj u newsdealer. Branch OSce, flK V Scientific flKrka. St, Waablsetoa, D. C 3 w eoco ettttQeoZ & j j W. H. LACKEY Successor to Lackey Gulley. FOE, CASH! LVo IFirs-C- t las STABLE. LIMY f I have concluded it will be best for me and customers to sell for Cash. Will sell to everyone alike for Cash. Rock-Botto- One of the mos"t interesting cases HUBBLE. GETTING READY that has come up in a Louisville Mag istrate's court recently was triad jn "B. F. Walter, Dentist, office over Every expectant mother has a Magistrate McCann's court. It was Ballou's grocery, Lancaster. l a to face. If she does not case, of T. J. McCann against the the my .Southern Mutual I lvestment Com- - theA motion has been made by some of patrons of school district, IXo. 5, trying-ordeai loss Satisfactorily Afljnstei and longy Promptly Pai KY. i HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO Time, No Bad Debts, No Fancy Profits. Cash Bargains for the year All ?198. Mrs. Moody Harden. Cash Pumphrey has about fully recovered from a r.cent attack of pneumonia. Mrs. W. J. Land ram who has been quite ill for several days is some better. Sauflay Hughes has been confined to his room by jllneES, but is now on the mend. Little Miss Irene Romans, who has been suffering from scarlet fever is very much improve 1. The little son of Mr. T. J. llatcher is also convalescingRev. J. L. Bruce, of Louisville, was in our city this week in the interest of the Baptist Argus. He was pastor of the lecal Baptist church about eighteen years ago, and has many old ;riends here who were glad to see him. TRAVELING MEN. CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, February, 25, 1898. For Cash! a 1 have concluded to sell strictly for cash, and will not deviate from the OOOOOOO0OOv rule. By having no outstanding: accounts or bad debts, 1 will be able to Miss. I'attie Reazley is visiting her sell much cheaper and devote more aunt, in Lexington. time to my customer's wants. Geo. McRboerts, of Stanford, was a MISS SALLIE TILLETT. visitor hare Sunda'. Miss Sallie Elkin has returned from a visit to Stanford relatives. Mrs. Warner, of Kansas, has been visiting relatives in .this city. If you ltring Your work to Miss Mary Miller entertained the Cinch Club Monday evening. & CO., Miss Anna Noel, of Danville, visited street. Lancaster friends thi week at Arnold shop on Scientific Horseshoeing, Repairing1 of Dr. A. S. Price was over from StanWagons, lluggies, and all kinds of ve- ford Sunday to see his mother. hicles 1'iomptly and Substantially Miss Bertha Rurnside .has returned done. from a visit to friends at McCreary. Miss Ilattie Doty, of Hyattsville, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. J. Walker. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. l, Miss Elveree Wallace, of Point AU parties having claims against the assignis the guest of Mrs. Joseph Rob ed estate of O P. Stone this day assigned to me will present the same to me at Stone, Ky., inson. or my attorney, J. Mort Kothwell. at LancaMiss Van Greenleaf, of Richmond, is ster, Kv.. on or before April 1st, lb'JS. vusiting her aunt, Mrs. Emma Kauff- - TrTrcrvxr t It Will Be Done Right NED BURDETT BUCKEYE. Wolford Raney sold to Nicholasville parties a lot of hemp at 3.75 per hundred. Thompson Hill bought of Joseph Simpson 5 calves at 371.59. B. F. Walter, Dentist, office over Ballou's grocery, Lancaster. J. W. and L. F Brown attended Danville court Monday, and bought 19 cattle at S281. Mrs. Herrod Ray entertained a few friends at dinner Tucslay, and all that were fortunate enough to partake of the many goo 1 things prepared to eat, and in having a fine time. generally, wont away feeling that it was good to be there. Mr V-- G Warner, of McCreary, was with relatives here two or three dajs last week. We are glad to note Mrs. Warner's health very much improved. Mrs. Robert Brown and children, of Waddy, Ky., have returned home after spending two weeks with relatives here. Mrs. Brown's mother accompanied them home. Mr, nd Mrs. W. K. Lea-ve'- panj:, of .Lexington. The plaintiff al legvd that he had subscribed for a benefit certificate in the defendant company and after paying the fees tfor eight months, came to the conclusion that he wanted his money back, 'lhe company declined to re.und the a mount and cons quent'y he filed suit amount paid oa his to recover certificate, lie claimad on the witness stand yesterJay that he did not understand the contract, tha terms conditions and forfeiture clauses although he had s!gnel both his application and contract and paid eight months' premiums. He had damaqd-hi- s nuney back and had refused, Mr. Bo .vman, being on the witness stand, explained that the plans of the company were based on the principles of life insurance and that tho company had been in existence for 4G mouths, and had done a remarkable business. He said their plan was ordinary life insurance reversed. "We pay while you live; they pay whon yon die. The law of average is applied to the living on the same principle with the proposition of ileaths. Insurable rolicies do not mature while a man lives, and thecqinpany agrees to pay the face vrtlue of the policy at the end of lo.'J months. ''If a min dies before his policy matures his money is paid back with 0 per cent interest Jf a man lives he receive 5 30 for every dollar paid in. Squire McCann decided that the con tract was valil and that the policy holder had signed it, whereby he agreed to abide by the action of tha directors. He said that the contract was on a par with a mutual life insur ance company and the benefits were mutual. He saw nothing illegal in the contract and awarded judgment to the defendants. b.-e- to .move the schoal-hous- e a few hun dred yards north of its present site, but I am informed that it is meeting1 with a good deal of opposition. C. C. Gover. who has just returned from the south, reports the mule mar ket very dull, but says, "I find a difference of from S15 to 310 between cash and tima rau'os, hence I ehosa to accept the lattar and done reasonably well with my shipment." Oar local cattle market has baen on a boom for sone time, and priceshiva baen advancing since the 1st of January- - A good stoclfjr is bringing any where from 3 to 5 cents per pound. A gentleman writes me In response to a letter of enquiry to him, at his home in the mountains, that all the cattle there are held by local dealers, and they are asking war prices or them, and that it is impossible to buy a good animal for less than 4c per lb. All farming interests have been brought to a stand still by the re? cent cold t.nap, tho few fair days last week being well utilized by all classes. Hemp breaking was the principal in dustry engaged in, but quite a good amount of plowing was done also. There seems to be quite an ambition aiqong a number of our farmers to raise a crop of tobacco, bat as yet, no grpat preparation has Ijaen. made to - BUYANTSVILLE, I get ready for It, . ... tuere 13 no leiung what may happen. Child-birt- h is full of uncertainties il Nature is not given proper assistance. Mother's Friend plied several months before baby comes. 1$ fflkf-- the advent easy and nearly painless. It relieves and prevents " morning sickness," relaxes tho overstrained muscles, relieves the distended feeling, shortens hihor, makes recovery rapid and certain without any dangerous Mother's Friend is good for only one. purpose, viz.: to relieve motherhood of danger and pain. Ono dollar per bottle at all drug stores, or after-effect- s. is the best help you can use at this time,. It is a liniment, and when regularly ap- To tha members of the Kentucky Growers Insurance Co., and to whom it may concern: Owing to the manv rela tive to the loss of my dwelling by fire, I wish to say for the benefit nf'th.. interested, that the amount due me niter my policy in case of a tot-.W was determined when 1 made my ap plication ana as shown bv mr nnlinv. Owing to my absence in Virginia loss wp.s not certified by Mr. G. T. mggmbothara, Chairman of Garrard county board, to the company for pay ment until jnov. 22 J, and in less than ixty days thereafter I received the en tire amount insured for. For solvency md cheapness every farmer should ronsider our comwnv befnr, inuirlnw elsewhere. Yours trulv. N. Nor. The above speaks for itself and those desiring protection to their property against fm lishtnin' and wind at n. price in accord with the co?t of carry- ng it, should con er with D. iW. Dunn. Danville, solicitor for Boyle countv. lessc Doty, Hyattsville. solicitor for Garrard county, H.CLBaughman, Stan ford. Is. L. KenJall, General Manager, Lexington, Ky. Jan. 2S; 3t-inon-riVl that eqd.. Miss Bettie Spoonamore, of Buena Vista, is spending a week or two with friends here. Miss Nannie Onstott, of Jessamine, is visiting the family of R. sent by express on receipt of price. Fhee Books, containing valuable informa- 9. & tion for 'women, will be sent to any addrM upon application to THE BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO., i'ty3t,t.LKaggaigg) I have purchased the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the Atlaata. da. MARKSBURY. HEW LIV1HY. This Jan. lbth lbSS. Miss Margaret Murphy and Master Ware McRoberts visited Danville, Tuesday. BEAZLEY, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hughes, of Louisville, were guests of relatives Teeth filled and extracted with here Sunday. out nain. Crown and Bridge AVork a specialty. Office over J. It. Haselden't A crowd of young people stormed hardware store, nest to Court House, Lancas ter, Ky. Mr.II. Clay Sutton at his beautiful suburb tn home Tuesday evening. Miss Alberta Anderson was at home FIRE and LIFEINSURAN C E!i from the Richmond college several days this week. Mrs. Geo. T. Farris has returned SPEDJGHELD rom a vitit to her husband, the .senator, at Frank. ort. FIEE AND MAKINE INSURANCE COMPANY. Mr. Virgil Rica has returned from a trip to North Carolina and Alabama EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE C0;i and reports the mule trade increasing. 'f OF NEW YORK. W. J. Kinnaird leaves today for Cincinnati to consult a physician about Robinson & Hamilton Agtsj his foot that was hurt at Middlesbero j last summer. Office over Post Office. : : : Kentucky. Lancaster. Mrs. Dr. Harlan and daughters, Misses Roda and Lidn, of Royle county, were the guests of Mr. J. K. West and family on Thursday. ALL WOMEN Miss Mary Annie Wilmore of Should know that the is visiting in Lexington, and "Old Time" Keineuy, will go to Missouri for a stay of some Lexington Argonaut. weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Shugars are visiting relatives at McKinney. We learn Mr. Saugars is thinking of moving to that locality to xeside permanently. Jas. Cunningham, of Louisville, has baen visiting hi mother, on Depot street, for several days. He will leave in a few days to accept a position in 4t A. I). FOIID, Assignee O. P. Stone. inan. "TS. Children and adults tortured by burns, scalds, injuries, eczema or skin deascs may secure instant relief by using De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is the great Pile remedy. Stormes' Drug Store, lm A Cure fur Small-Porecipe is herewith appended which has been used to my knowledge in hundreds of cases. It will prevenr or cure the small-pothrough the are filling. When Jenner dis in England, tha world covered of science hurled an avalanche of fame upon his head, but wl en the most scientic school of medicine in the world that of Paris published this as a panacea for small pox, it passed unheeded. Jt is as tinfailinf as, fate, and cures in every instanco it is harmless when taken by a well person. It will also cures scarlet feve- -. Here is the recipe as I have used it to cure my children of the scarlet fever; a,nd also to oure small pox. When learned physicians said the patient must die, it cured: Sulphate of zinc, one grain; fox glove (digitalis) ono grain; half teaspoon of sugar. Mix with two full of water. Either disease will disappear in twelve hour. For a child smaller, doses according to age. Ex. x. DENTIST. A x pit-tin- White, AJias Katie Walter was at home from oallege a few days ago, ac- ompinied by Miss Ethel Walter. Mrs. John Chesnut of Danville, is visiting Mrs. Geo. Lawson this week. Last Sunday night a 3oung gent'. man and lady frqm your city, drove out to. this place in a livery rig to church. At the close of the service the gentleman unhitched his horse and attempted to turn around, but the animal commenced to plunge, fin- illy fell and broke a shaft and but for the timely appearance of a gentleman with a lantern on the scene, the acci dent might haVQ heen more serious The young lady was transfered by a friend to a neighbors house while the gentleman took cavalry .passage back to town. L- - cow-po- x of your city, spent Friday with the family of W. G. Jones. Misses Minnie and Myrtle Henilron, were guests of Miss Sallie B. Ray, Thursday, Eb Dickerson went to Crab Orchard, Sun. day, and also to Marksbury. A party of young folks met at the home of W.T.Noel, Thursd ty ee ning. Music and courting was the program, no dancing. A gay young widower of Nicholasville, was one of the party. What pleasure is there in life with a headache, constipation and bilious, ncss? Thousands experience them who could become perfectly healthy by using De Witt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills. Stormes' Drug lm Store. Whooping cough is the most dis tressing m ilady; but its duration can be cut short by the use of Oae Minute Cough Cure, which is also the best known remedy for croup ant all lung Stormes' and bronchial troubles. Drug Htoro. lm WALLACETON. table-spoo- Nicho-lasvill- e, St Is the best for Female Troubles. Corrects all Irregularities In Female Orsrans. Should bo taken for Chance of Life and before Plasters "Old Time" RemeJies have stood the test for twenty years. Made only by New Spencer Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. Louis. Mr, and Mrs. J. II, Leicher, of Henderson, are rejoicing over their first born, a pretty girL The handsome mother was Miss Ilattie Vaughan, a former Lancaster girl. Rev. T. II. Campbell, Deacon G. S. For sale by R. E McRoberts, Lanc-st- er KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall. All visiting Knights are fraternally inviG. B. Swixebroad, C. C. ted. J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. Gaines and Misses Rayne and Chloe West were at the Fork church Saturday and Sunday. Messrs Campbell and Gaines taking part in the ordination of deacons. Mrs. Samuel Livingston Colonel: Ward is visiting her mother in Gar rard county. Will Ward was out from Lancaster this week to see his brother, Hon. Sam Ward, and sister, Mrs. McGee Mr. Ward is also interested in a lare section of real estate he owns in South Livingston. There are three little things which than any other three little things created they are the ant, Canine Intelligence. the bee and DeWitt's Little Early A Texas paper prints the following Risers, the last being the famous little boy, which pills for stomach and liver troubles, about a goes to show that "Andy"' still keeps Stormes' Drug Store, lm his "hand in" when it coxes to telling stories: fishing and hunting FLATWOOD. "Dr. Rurnside has a bird dog named Carlo which he claims has few if any Mr. J. C. Fox has returned from the equals for intelligence. He can come south, where he has been with a carnear proving this assertion, he says, load of mules. by a number of persons who were W. H. Furr bought a I103 from Jake hunting with him recently, among the 53.50. party there were several ladies and a douse, for W. G. Gooch bought three hogs from While shooting birds over preacher. in the Territory the Doctor lost the James Cooley for 10. Messrs. Milton Grayson and Green fore end piece of his shot gun, and had tramped around several miles before Siler have gone to the mountains to he discovered that it was missing. buy cattle. Having faith in Carlo's suparior sagacCain White has moved from E. H. ity, he called him up, let him smell of Walker's to J. B. Parks' tenant house. the gun, and then started him on the John Royston, of col., has moved back track, keeping close to him. into the house vacated by Mr. Cain out various crooks, cir- White. After tracing cuits and crosses, Carlo at last picked There was preaching at Good Hope up the missing piece of the gun and Saturday and Sunday by the pastor, brought it to his master, with a look Rav. Johnson. V4amaNUBI AN TEA cures Dyspep- and manner that fully indicated he IWIMVI V eia, Constipation and Indi- Rev. Johnson is very sick at Mr. clearly understood what he had bean gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Sampson Archer's. required to do." do more work y former-Lancaste- Mr. II. Ambrose, our clever b ichelor merchant, has beea "under the weath er" but is now Letter. The house erected on main street to be ocoapied by T. W. Soper and family, is about completed and Mr. Sopr expictsto move this week. On Taesday. March Is, will be had at the old home place, tho sale of property of aunt Ruth Wylie, who died a short time ago. The frien Is of Mrs. E. J. Wallace gave her a surprise birth-dadinner on tne a:nu inst., tnat being ner oaru birthday. Those present had a most enjoyable time a'.t'.io the weather was by no means tho bast that c uld be imagined.. On the 5th anl Cth of March will be held the Qaarterlv maetiug services at the M. E. church here. Pastor J. S Miller will begin a series of meetings on Wednesday before. Kinnard, who three Mr. D.,vid weeks ago was thought to be very near death, has since regained his strength sufficiently to enable him to sit up in a chair for a little while at a time. "Uncle Dave" is one of the best known men in this part of the country, and his miny friends hope SALE. he may continue to strengthen and become able to get out again. J. Bart Sopor, who went to Ohio one I will offer for sale in front of the Court year ago, is back on a 'isit to friends. House door in Lancaster, Ky., MONDAY, MARCH 3S, 1S9S. Mr. Howard Woolwine who went to miles from Indianapolis about two years ago, is my farm on Dix River, about Joel Walkei bridge. Will sell 70 acres with here visiting friends and relatives. Henry Parks has sold his crap of hemp to Robert West, of Lancaster, at 53.50 per hundred. The recent win Is have done much on the shortest notice. damage to the tomb stones in the cemSpecial attention given etery at the Fork. A number of them Commercial Travelers. are blown down and several broken. Mr. John Marsee and Mr. David RICE BENGE. v J Swope were ordained as deacons of the Foik church, Saturday. Prof. Shelton, of Stanford, delivered the or- daination sermon. Rev. White, of R. KINNAIRD'S Preachersvillo and Rev. Kuykendall, pastor assisted in the ordaination. Rev. J. M. Bruce, of Louisville, de livered an excellent sermon at the Representing Over Fork Sunday. He was pastor of this church twelve years ago. We were glad to have him with us and hope that he will visit us again in the near In the following Fire Insurance future. , Companies Mrs. Win. Broaddus, of visited friends here last week. Misses DtHa of Hartford. Hard en, of McCreary, are spending Queea of America. several days with their sister, Mrs. Wm. Long. Prof. Wm. Shelton, Pres XatioRal of Hartfort. ident of Stanford Female College, Phenix of Brooklyn. spent Saturday and Sunday with Rev. Hartford of Hartford. W. M. Kuykendall. Miss Lillie Sut Manchester of England. ton spent last week with her sister, Mrs, Kennedy, of Crab Orchard. Rev. Connecticut of Hartford. J. W. Bruce, of Louisville, and Mr. L. North British and Merchaatile. C. Drake, of Danville, were the guests German American of New York, Mr. M. F. Rout, Sunday. Rev. T. of II. Campbell, Misses Clou and Bane Liverpool and London and Globe. West, of Lancaster, were the guests of I al30 represent the old reliable Miss xlice Rout, Saturday and Sun Messrs. P. T. Pettus, of Crab day. Mew York Life O.charJ, and J. F. Francis, of Point Leaveil, were the guests of one of our most charming young ladies, Sunday. Mrs. Ackerraan, of Harrodsburg, Mr. KAIL ItOAD TIME TABLES. John Holtzclaw and Rev. Wm. White, of Preachersville and Mr. G. S. Gaine, K. C. Uranch. of Lancaster, visited friends in this outh.b'nd Mixed, passes Lancaster, 3 :40 r. x. community and were in the congrega Sorth-b'n' Mixed, 8:00 a. M. tion at the Fork, Saturday and Sunday. Knoxvllle Branch. T. I. Cecil is delivering corn in Dan Mail, passe Stanford, 12:37 r. it ville at 1.63 per barrel. Sorth-b'nExpress, " 3:13 a. x. " 3outh-bn" 13:01 p.m. Express, " " Mail, " 123 r.M. A thrill of terror is experienced when a brassy cough of croup sounds Queen & Crescent Route. through the house at night. But the PASSES DANVILLE. terror soon changes to relief after One NORTH BOUND. 10 (Daily except Sunday) 6:09 a. m. Minute Cough Cure has baen adminis Number 1:41 p. m. Number 6 (Daily tered. Safe and harmless for children. Numbers (Daily) Flag 3:31a.m. Stormes Drug Store. lm Number 2 (don't stop) 3:50a.m. Very Best Rigs Insurance Agency 357,000,000 McCi-eary- Insurance COMPANY. Xorth-boun- d d South-boun- d SOUTH BOUND. PAM FOR Number 1 (don't stop) Number 5 (Dally ) Number 9 (Daily except Sunday) Number 3 (Midnight flag) Dally 11 11 :55 a. m. p. m. S3 a. m. 8:10 p. m. 11:55 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ' AU parties having claims against the assigned estate of W. A. Todd will present the same privilege of adding 30 more If I so desire. Said to me at Wallaceton. Kv.. or my attorney, Wm. land lies in one boundary, well fenced and McC. Johnson, at Lancaster, Ky.. on or before May 1st, 1898. This Feb. 23rd, 1S93. plenty ofwater. Easy Terms. GEO. A. BALLARD, Assignee W. A.'Todd. Jun. 28, '98, JERRY P, BLAND. It 5. wri'im We are Now To Take Your Measure c. Having received a Complete Line of Spring Samples from Three of the Lead$ ing Tailors of America. These lines embrace all the Latest Novelties of the hats x 1 American fiats iKe Pants, to measure, '4 Season. Measure, from $12.50 to $35. Suits, Made-tI Stetson Hats from $4. to $10. Don't fail to give us a look beA perfect fit guaranteed. ? and Soft Felt Hats quality wear. 5 most Spring Styles and sale. J fore placing your spring order. Nev 114 i I If Patriotism and good sense go together in choosing hats. No hats in the world like FOIL A SPRING SUIT o I " no American Stiff fore- - for on LOGAN & ROBINSON, South side Public Square, LANCASTER, A Kl Court Viiy, Thermopylae where tfne battle wns men wU want to le set right who fought which decided tjie freedom of never vrc right, all lb? eraci brained iuonuay was the biggest and best the press in England and America, and philosophers, with story as long as his court day Danville has had for many KlRht Xears aro. all the powers of the earth and hell hair and as gloomy ;i their linger months. The Advocate says "there Ownxsnono, Ky., Feb. 23. Deteef.ve Some Information and Cheering'Wprdi will never again be able to put upon nails, all the itinerant bores, who wera from UoO to r00 cattle on the John M. Ashby received a telegram the printing press the handcuffs aid t ome to stay Jive minute and stop an. market, Regarding Newspapers. and they were "higher than from Chief of IJpIice Yewell, at LebFrom the editorial and the hopples of literary ami political hour. detailia cat's back," some very '3 anon, Ky., Tuesday afternoon rooms all ihe scrubby stock despotism! It is remarkable that follies ng1 the arrest there of 'Commodore" Dr. T. DeWitt TalmaRe's Tivo TliotjsancltU Thomas Jefferson, who wrote the and shams of the world are "i'yn:g inree ana a half to four. OF who forfeited his bond of His UniSermon Itrcalift the Start J. C. Brain, Declaration of Indepcndence,also wrote seen day by day and the temp ccnic, prices even running as hir-in versal I'reachliiB The K tiquent here in 1S90. Urain represented himthese words: "If 1 had to choose be- tation is to believe neither in Cod, some instances as five cents. Farris l'reachrr'ii Valuable Aid to self here in 18S9 as a confederate naval tween a government without news- man nor woman. It is no surprise to & Whitley bought about one hunbred u Law Student. veteran and caught R. Monarch, the papers and newspapers without a gov- me that in your profession there are head from Ilottum, Whitesidcs, Our plan is a new application of an old pristciple, and is based tin. Allen, distiller, for S500 on indorsed paper. ernment I would pre "or the latter." some skeptical m mi. I only wonder Johnson and obtaining .Dr. Talmage's text Sunday was: Sivinebroad at four to on thr; actual experience of successful life insurance companies, co He was indicted for Stung by some new fabrication in tliat you believe anything. Unless four and a half ii., 4: '"T.hey shall seem like print, we come to pretenses false money under cents. Capt. T. I). En- ing: period of over 200 years. The same principles govern both. write or speak an editor or a reporter lias in his presDr. torches; they shall ruu like the lightbaiL to admitted and about an "unbridled printing press." ent or in his early home a model of glish reports a good day. lie says: WE pay while you LIVH. II. Todd and about 25 other confed- nings." C earnest character, or book ground throw himself There was great activity in the markExpress, rail train and telegraphic Our new we come to up in unjust upon the upholding grace erate veterans became surety. Urain write or speak of (J. id, h2 et, and the day, weather considered, THEY pay when you DIK. suggested if not criticism, fled and has been at large since. communication are may make tem. or.il and eternal was a splendid one. I sold for Bridge-wate- r about the "unfair printing prcs-.- " 1 Monarch indorsed Brain's paper here foretold in this text, and from it WE ofTer the INVESTMENT features. own indistinctPerhaps through our & Harden, of .Marion, thirty-liv- e on representation that he was agent start to preach a sermon in grati- ness of utterance we are reported as. Another great trial of the newspaper press steers at $a 30 to THEY protect in case of DEATH. for Sivine of A. Bodset & Co., of London. ue tude to God and the newspaperoppor- buying just the opposite of what wu Pro' ession is the inadequate compensa- broad, tectivc Ashby left for Lebanon Tues for the fact that I have had the omuc u.u nays oi uaziut, and u:m ttty. una neie is a smau not oi t,,Cm' dealh is thc ,I,ovinS factor causing the payment of th 2 , Georf WiU? day afternoon and expects to return tunity of delivering through the jiews. hcmicolpns and hyphens and commas, .merman, a:i.l John .Milton, an . yerUn- l Uv Brain paper press 2,000 sermons .of religious find wc j Pollc3" Wlth IVedncsday with his prisoner. s. a definite and fixed inathemalical rule, in lieu of dcatyfc. conic to write or talk about waitings ot t.ruo street, London, lit heifers at sio.r.o; :or Lyon & Allen,ten is an old man of distinguished manner addresses, so that I have for many the ''blundering printing press," or we oraiT 1 snort yearling siocrs at SJ1.05 aud matures the policy. with very few and appearance and is said to be well years been allowed the privilege of lake up a newspaper full long yeavliiig stoers at WSi reonit I also oi soeial has not ben Gospel every week to preaching the known all over the United btfUes. Oiiyor Goh'.v.iiith receive! a friend in sold teu caUIo at jn par every neighborhood in Christendom, tcandal and of cases of divorc- - and Lead. his house, he (ihe author), had to AUSTIN GOLLAHER, und n ?nufiy lius outside ririt.len-dom- . write or talk about r, "filth.., seitrrib Oi the window because lliey figure on so many men out of a thousand dying- - we iigurc ous printing press.'' But this morning there was onlv Many liuve wondered at the proJinny Sulilii-rA Koyhood Companion of Abraham one chair. Linnaeus sold h'.s splen011 so many policies, They kill the man we kill the iolicy. cess by which it has come to pass, and 1 ask you to consider tho immeasur- did Dead at t' Age of 03 Years. . rk fu;-The Government has. been collecting ducat. DeFoe and everlasting blessing of a good There is no renson why a mini should die to reap the hen- Hoduenviiae. Kv., I'eb, 23. Austin for the first time in public piece state able th.9 suluor of so many volumes, died information as to the newspaper. .... strength of the !JGollaher died Tuesdaj' at his ltomo Hie three causes. Many years ago, a Ht ui nis j!iveti:ieisr. I accounting for pi mulcts. The learned Johnson diicd near this city, aged 93 years. Gollaher young man, ivlja has S;tr(w become (he find no difficulty ir. What has made behind a .sorec n becuuse lr.s clothts militia in the United States and albo world's advance. We return an average of $2.30 for every dollar paid us, and yet v.v the number of men who would le was the friend and boyhood compan- eminent in his profession, was then the change? "Books," you say. No, wen.' too shabby to allow him to di:!o available for service in case of ion of Abraham Lincoln. They were studying law in a distant city. He sjr an em- assume an obligation less than one-thias great as has been assume 1 vast, majority n,f (litihens with the gentlemen, who, on the other Tl)o ergency. The returns from the States aud paid for born on adjoining farms and attended came to me and said that for Jack of 'J'aku years by the leading life insurance companies of Americr.. this side of the screen, were applauding his are do not read bpofes. bchool together. On one occasion Lin- funds lie must- M.op ids stu lying uninteresting in view of the prospect works. And so on down to th present coln, while crossing a creek on a log, less through stenography I would give audience, or a:iy other promis- timi of trouble With Spain. Total toil is great v fell in and was being swept away by him sketches of that he cuous assemblage, and how many his- for bread. The worlda scorn struggle forces of the United States militia oy many to have and thc the swift current when Gollaher saved might by tho sole of them secure means tories have thoy read.' Only about twenty (20) per cent, of the people are insurable. treatises on constitutional law, or po- a grudge, against a man who, m Territories, as .shown by the returns, him at the risk of his own life. The for the completion of bis education. I is and the total number of litical economy, or works of science? thoy tiny, gets his living ly hi.s men old man was in full possession of his positively declined, because it available for militia serviee is the sound and lienltlijYwho least need it's advantages, can obtain l wits; faculties to the end. He was a store; to ine an impossibility, but after some llow many elabora e poems or It.iolts man ofan the day laborer says to thu 10..'i'Jl,:;30. live niilit.a force consists Hie insurance. ' Why should there not be a means provided whertt literary Not many. United j house of Lincoln anecdotes. general oUiceaa and months hp passed and 1 had reflected of travel? people would In the average here and shove atoil: "Vuu I come down o. ub Ueneval, plane, an. hamm a staff. V-- J regimental ik'ld and stall", the other eighty (So) per cent, of the population can carry au invest States tho not upon the great sadness for such a bril- one Two Suspect Arrested. and break cobble stones ani 40, J"5 such book a year for eaeli individ- shoe-lat- . oiiieer, and ment the same as the favored few w ho can get life insurance? Our misEi.izaiikthtowx, Ky., Feb. 23. The liant young man to be defeated in his ual! Whence, then, this intelligence, earn an holiest living as 1 jn.tea ( SO, OOU privates. Resides thesd there the party supposed to be the escaped house- ambition for seryu legal profession, I this tajiii(;j;.y to talk about all them.-sof s'ttlug there ir, idh nusi ar the mu.vleians and others, bring- sion is to open the door to the entire population to enjoy the same or him; of course, free breaker at Rhode) ia, Ky., recentlj', undertook to secular and religious, this acquaint? Hut there are no harder worked men ing up the jrrand total to tho number greater benefits for au equal or less expenditure, considering the adwhose name is reported to be Edward of charge. Within three wiiek-- there juice with science an art: this power in all the earth than the newspaper stated. came a reijueat for those stenographic vantage to be derived, and that those advantages may be enjoyed during McVey, was rearrested near here the beautiful and people of this c untry. It is, not reports from many parts of the con- lo appreciate Tuesday afternoon. A companion, with life by the one making the investment. matter of hard times, it In characterTime passed on and some grand? Js'ext to Hie Uible Jus right foot cut half in two, was ar- tinent. istic at all times, II- n have a bctti r gentlemen of my own profession, evi- per, swift winged and every wheiM appreciation rested as a 6uspecL They assert their pres'ont, Hying over tho fence, ti'ioved for that which appeal 5 SUCCESS. innocence. The names given by them dently thinking that there was hardly under the door, tossed into the count- to the stoaiacn than for that which: are John Curtiss and A. 1. Coughlan, room for them s'J for myself in this ing housj, 1 lid o;i the work bench. a;ijK-.uiu iue oraui. iney nave no beTl1.1t our plan is popular and based upon sound business continent, began to assail mo, and they claim their home to be prin ;nwked through the car! All read it; idea of the immense financial and inlies, is evidenced by our large and increasing membership, as showiSVJ 0. They are well dressed. They came so violent in their usiau.lt that while (tint bl.if.li, fjepniai?, iMilpuar tellectual v.hauati(i:i of the newspaper newspapers of America put will be held until the arrival of the the chief pies-.t!,. m mi of t)u presi, it will be by our remarkable 'Exhibit of Growth, See literature. special correspondents in my church Swiss, Spaniard, Ameriean, nil and n sheriff from Brandenburg. gtat htl; to you, if wh mi yon get The Blue Grass Nurseries offer SabbUh by Sabbath to tftke dowu such 3'oung, good and bud, sick an I well, We court the clysest scrutiny aud most thoroug investigation, Suicided by Shooting. before breakfast anil after tea. .Mon- home l ite at night, fa "red out an everything for Orchard, Garden I Glasgow, Ky., Feb. 23. J. W. Xnnn, reply as might make. except or.. yju w)Ul.l 01,(1 r -- 11 No Agents. statement made that cannot be verified by actual results. once for" day morning, Saturday night, I?u iday "c"Jl"""u e""1 I never made reply, aged 42 3'cars, committed suicide Tues 1 now declare that I just kneel d .wn an c .mm Mil voun about three minutes, but those corre- aud week day. day by shooting himself in the head spondents could Col, who has watched all the Strawberries and eueral nurserv not M":ste their time consider the newspaper tul.o tl.e giant case with a pistoL Xunn has been married aency by which the Gospel is to bis fatigue:, of the day and the nieht, and .. s. three times. His first wife died, his and so they telegraphed the sermons to preached, ignorance castout, oppression whohasm-omlse'Plication to The endorsement given this Company by the investment of bnnke.-s-. I: to be your God and After a while second wife got a divorce from him their particular papers. New the y!rs, merchants, ministers doctors, railroad men, uieeiiani.es in fact, m n ui W. F. HIIXENMEYER, Dr. Louis Klopsl, of York, sys- dethroned, crime extirpated, (jo.1 world the God of yn ir ehillren forever! and now lives in Louisville. He had tematized When I see the rioting pivs3 Heaven glori? and the work int a syndicate raised. Lexington, Ky. buines- sa icity in every vocation o; life is an evi.ience of the soundmss of been married only four months to his our svs:em until through that and other syndu fied. In the clanking of tho pxir.til,q. in'-- with the electric bdegraph qn tin, last wife, who is 19 years of age, cates he has put the discourses week by pA'ss, as the sheets lly out, 1 hear the. one side f. all-- ring up iiiit.riat. and Telephone, 270. Jealousy is said to have caused his sui voice of the Lord Almighty proclaim? the lightning express in the other sidq ACTUAL RESULTS, AND OPINIOXS OF SOJM? OF OUR CERpeomore than week side. He has attempted to kill himself ple onbefore sides the sea. 20,000,000 have ing to all the dea l nations of the earth, waiting for the tons of folded sheets of Sale. There both TIFICATE HOLDERS. several times. newspapers. I pronounce it the might, been so many guesses on this subject, "Lazarus, come forth!'" anil to the I will surges of darkness, "Let theri iest force Ii our elviiiz uion. So I com. uated sell my farm of 73 2 acres sit- Rnv. .7. V. Ku.i:y, of M. rtonsville, Ky., say,: Negro Keginient Organized. many of them inaccurate, that I now have had an invesl:a-Garrard county, Louisville, Ky., Feb. 2:?. A regi tell the true story. I have not im- be light!" In many of our city news- nund you to pray for all these northwest of Paint Lick station,miles in the Southern Mutual Investment Co., o." Lexington, Ky, for more tha papers, professing no more than secu- wiiu manage tne news- :ir. rs of.tne L. ec X ll.uiroad. It has on it on years. 1 Invu Had 2.5 con oons to 500 colored men has been or mcnt of proved the opportunity as I ought, but a mature by redemption, whii cost iiu oou-sganized in Louiscillc to fight Spain I feel the time has ropje when asa mat- lar information, there have appeared me i.i in, ior au typesetters, tor wun six rooms, a new barn than tJjJ.O , and returned to me $1, HC, 00." I if the necessity comes. Bowles hall ter of common justiee to the newspa- during the pa-- t ::0 years some of the all editors, for all publishers, that !lIu other necessary building?, and also Lkxi.ngto.v, Kv., September 10, li07. grandest appeals in behalf of relieion, sitting or stan lijig in positions of , Sl J'O0-- tenant hov.se. There is a well ,,, whom has been rented and the regiment will per press, I should make this'statement 10 it Mtty concern. lu" uw- - 1110 "avci drill every night. Names are pouring in in a sermon commemorative of the two and some of ti;e most effective inter- such great inlltiens thev mav ia tu This is to certify, that my husband, V. P. White, about three vears ago, induring the drouth and it is expected a full thousand will thousandth full publication of sermons pretations of (iod's governnjent amgng all that inlhie- m- for Cod In, the bet.' fou"ty' u 1 so colI vested in th-- Southern Mutual Investment Co. Since that be enrolled by next week. H. F. For and religious addresses, saying notti- - the nations. A ivnnenc of the hum. n race tne there have wo neer h ive to me auv ice in been 2ti There are onlv two kinds of news nwd woman mak.-.coupons to mature, on which the Company has pud his estate fl.O.U D.i. rest, of Rousseau Camp, Sons of Veter ing of fragmentary reports, which her by the hote-sweather. The farm is ans, is captain. No higher officers have would run up into many thousands papers the one good, very good; tho unwound the yarn irom der goo feuce and is yery protective These coupons cost his estate less than S7U0.00 to mature them. I am plo ise.l other bad, very bad. A newspaper the bad until she fou.id in the and will produce anvtliin-- ' that oxmvs with the investment he made, and am still carrying 01 coupons in the Company been chosen. more. piece of an old m this country. It is supplied by a There was one incident that 1 might may be started with an undecided center of the Will lie Moved March 19, MAKV E. Wll'Tt spring 0 pnru running water that .Richmond, Ky., Feb. 23. The inter mention in this connection, showing ohn meter, but after it has been going newspaper. She opened it aud read on for yciira everybody finds out just advertisement wh'eh announced that never has been known to go drv. A Smith Erowman, Mgr. J- - C Hemphill, Agt, nal revenue office will be removed to how an insignificant event might in- what it is; and it is very good or it is tho ha I become heiress tu ti hirgt; My reason for selling: My phvsieian Xo. Many years Danville about March 19, according to fluence us for v lifetime. Chcapside, Lancaster, advises me to change' ago on a Sabbath morning on my way very bad. The one paper is the embod- property, and that fragment of a news-p- account of my health. climate on the Collector rerkes, who has just Lexington, Ky. Address iment of news, the ally of virtue, the ner lifted her up from paujerism to Kentnck turned from Washington. The present to church in Brooklyn, a representa- foe of crime, the C. I? KXt.l.K.HAX. delectation of el- ailiiuMiee. And I do not know but as sfnee force, without exception, will go tive of a prominent newspaper met me Paint Lick, Ky. evated taste, the mightiest agency on the thread of time unrolls and unto Danville when the change is made. and said: "Are 3'ou going to give us A stamp deputy, general storekeeper-yauge- r any points I said: "What earth for making the world better. winds a little further, through the , Jlarkt Krnrt. you Are Going North, js may Itj and probably a division deputy do you mean by points'?"' He replied: The other paper is a brigand among lent yet sreaking Taken from the Louisville Times ol ORGANIZED 1883. moral a bcslimur of rep- found the vas.t inheritance of the will be retained here. "Anything we can remember." I said utation, forces; it Wednesday afternoon: it is the right arm of death world's redemption. Vou Are Going South, to myself, "we ought to be making W1IKAT No. 2 red nnd iongberry Troops Go to Nieholasvllle. and hell, it is the mightiest agency fATIONAL BAN! no- red and lonberry rejected Ky., Feb. 23. Extra 'points' all the time in our pulpits and in the universe for making Nioholastiki.e, INTERESTING ITEMS. the you Arc Going less; on levee lc less. loldicrs arrived Tuesday night All not deal in platitudes and inanities." world worse and battling against the OF LANCASTER. ?Y. Iaim.vo, the little republic in CORN Xo. '2 uhlte - v S..v That one interrogation put to me that pause of (Jod. The one is an angel spates on the state road are closely CATTLE Extra you Are Going West; Light shipping- shipping guarded. Gatekeeper Hughes says the morning started in me the desire of of intelligence aud mercj-- , and the oth- the Appenines. lias prowd that it ia tr? , up to date oy having a bank failmaking points all the time and noth 0 soldiers were drunk at his gate MonCapital, er a fiend of darkness. Between the ure and arresting all the' directors $100,000 , 2V), j ft Bet Butchers ing but points for day night. Liveryman Shears has been PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THC Fair to good butchers 3 And now, how can I more nppropri Archangel and this Fury is to be fouht frau 1. warned to hire no buggies to soldiers Surplus. Fund Common to medium butchora 15,000 ately commemorate the two thousandth the great battle which is to decid ; the jMH.ir,iH.M s cotton receipts sincq on penalty of having bis stables dyna Thin, rongh poor cows and publication than by speaking of the fate of the world. If you have any the 1st of last September have been mited. BUSINESS SOiaciTKD. scalawags .1 2 newspaper press as an airy of the pul doubt as to which is to be victor, ask the iui.u,.. uaies, wme:i is tne largest at Good to extra oxen nig: Corporation Fays Tax. propheie, nslf (Jod; the chief batter- this sens ju . " Tr I pit, and mentioning Commou to medium oxen.. Fraxkfokt, Ky., Feb. 23. The Cin- - of newspaper men? some of the trials ies with which He would vindicate tho uf the city. of the year in the history Careful aud Prompt Attention Guaranteed .s ic It is "thought tuat the Feeders 3innati, New Orleans fe Texas Pacific right . 2.'.Urf, The newspaper is the great educator now and thunder down the wrong are total receipts for the cotton vear will J. JI. HlOGINBOTKAM. Stockers President .: . railroad was the first big railroad corunlinibered. The great Armaged reach 1.10,000 bales. This will exceeJ Lewis Y. Leavell... Bulls 22 poration to pay its tax. The auditor of the nineteenth century. Ihere don of the nations is not to be fought Louisville & Nashville R. n. the receipts of t season by 150.000 B. F. HcnaoN Veal calves . 0 2.v bas received a check for 527,000 from no force compared with it. It is book, with fcwords, but with steel pens; not bales, Cashier pulpit, platform, forum, all in one. and those of the seas m prior to MILCH .STipe.,.! the company. with bullets, but with type; not with that by .10,000 bales. ;.i Assistant Cash'r. And there is not an interest relig AND SO SCCURB The erection of W. O. RlOKEY Fair to good LonUvllle Gambler Threatened. ious, literary, commercial, scientific, cannon, but with lightning perfecting two cotton mills in the c'ty has done C. D. Walker Bookteepcj nuoa ciiolce pactinc and bureh Louisville, Ky., Feb. 23. It is ru agricultural or mechanical that is not presses; and the Su inters, and much to ers, 225 to The Maximum lbs u,, Safety, and the Pulaskis, and the (libral-tar- s ceipts. swell I5iriningh.ims cotton remored that the grand jury will go within its grasp. All our churches, DIRECTORS: Fair to good packing, lto to 2C0 lbs. . m& ( , of that conflict will be after the local gamblers and that a and schools, and colleges, and asylums, Good to extra light, ho to UOlbs.... 3 Tins year's crop of centennial cele J.M.HifioiNBOTHAii, ;vj. The Maximum Lewis Y. Leavell, number of indictments for faro, craps and art galleries feel the quaking of the editorial and reportorial rooms-o- brations includes observations Speed, Fat shouts. 120 to r0 lbs - T.yt ' of tho J. S. Johnson, T.M.Aknold, our great newspaper establishments. and keno will be returned. Fat shoats, 100 to 120 lbs the printing prss, four hundredth anniversaries of Vasco H.C.Arnold, Jr. tft,r :: j B.F.Hudson. " .j The Maximum , Comfort, Pigs IX) to SOlbs The institution of newspapers arose Men of the press, Go:l l)as put a Only One Murder .Trial. de (Jama's discovery of the way to In- alex.Gibbs, J.J.Walkeb Z 7 responsibility upon you dia by Boughs 150 to iCOlbs OwixosvuoJt, Ky., Feb. 23. Circuit in Italy. In Venice the firt newspaper way of the Cape of Uood Hope, Jacob Y. Robinson. SIIKE1 aud LA JIBS Good to ex court has convened with only one mur was published, and monthly, during than upon any other class of persons. at Lisbon in .May; of the burnThe Minimum Rates. tra snipping sheep der trial on the docket, that of John the time Venice was warring against What long strides 3'our profession has ing of Savonarola at Florence, KHir to good S (Hic ." 2 D. Young, jr., charged with killing Mnrki-- Ountation. bolyman the second in Dalinatia, it made in Influence and power since the also in May, and of the birth of HolCommon to medium day when Peter Sehaeffer invented 2 2 Rates, Time and all other information vriU was printed for the purpose of givin I'hiney LassetL bein at 1asil, in Switzerland. Corrected weekly by II. B. NorthBucks cast metal type, and because two books be cheerfully furnished by military and commercial information will celebrate the hundredth cott. Skins and were found just alike they were Murder sad Suicide. to the Venetians. The first newspaper Extra shii.piiig lambs.". birthday anniversary of the philoso..."" C. P. ATMORE, G. P. A., 7 ilnll, 10 nnd lie Best bntcliiT Jambs CovMiUKF.v, Ind., Feb. 23. Monday published in England was in 15S8, and ascribed to the work of the devil; and pher August Comte; IT. Ancona that of Chickens Fair to good butcher Iambs. LOCTSVILiE. KV. ?torlc 0r b evening Charles E. Boles, a trustee of called the English Mercury. Who can books were printed on strips of bam- the poet Leopard i, who was born at Hens Tall euds.... ."c Marion township, Jsnning county, estimate the political, scientific, com boo; and Rev. Jesse Glover originated Lccanati, close by. and Paris that of Young Koosters s to .'Vic shot and killed Charles Wilson, a farm mercial and religious revolutions the first American printing press: and .Michelct, the historian. Old Roosters 2c hand "who had been working for him roused up in England for many years the common council of New York, in Turkeys to 7c ATI'KK seems to be able to regulate solemn resolution, offered $200 to any BLICKEMSDERFER for Several years and then, half an past by the press? the births of males aud females with Old Gobblers 5t0.ric printer who woull come there and hour later, turned the revolver on The first attempt at this institution live; rtozyze out the aid of ueriaan savants. The Ducks and when the speaker of the himself and committed suicide. in France was in 1031, by a physician, ,00to.l.W)perdoz. Springfield Republican asserts that in Geese 6 to 7e who published the News for the amuse- house of parliament in England an- Massachusetts for 40 years the male Hides, Grcon The President Speaks In Philadelphia. 10c ment and health of his patients. The nounced with indignation that the birth rate relative to the female has Butter 23. The WashPhiladelphia, Feb. public prints had recognized some of Feathers, fine white geese 1 ..'estosoe JJ ington birthday commemorative exer- French nation understood fully how to their doings, " " until in this day, when not noticeably changed, the number oi .2.5 to cises at the Academy of Music, under appreciate this power. So early as in we'have in this country many thou- male births to each 1.000 female births Dnck feathers griiy the auspiees of 'the University of Penn- 1820 there were in Paris 10'J journals. in the last 'JO years being 1,0.1:5, ag Bags ....1 to 20c ier hundred. BuiIt 0,1 strictly Scientific sylvania, began at 11 o'clock Tuesday But in the United States the uewspaper sands of skilled stenographers, and compared with 1.0.1'J for the preceding Iron newspapers sending out copies by the S to 15c before a large audience President has come to unlimited sway. Though billion. The press and the 20 years. In Europe observations cov- Bones ciples and of the highest grade ma 20 to J.'Jc telegraph 1775 there were but 37 in the whole McKinlcy delivered the principal ad- in ering ten years indicate an average of Calves, veal $2.."0 to JSwOper head. terials. DURABLE, PORTABLE,. puntry, the number of published jour have gone down into the same great 1,000 mal.s born to every LOOO females, dress. nals is now counted by thousands, and harvesL field to reap, and the telegraph H. iglaud being at one extreme, with Robbers Kseap Jail. INVINCIBLE. to the newspaper, "I'll rake, y we may as well acknowledge sa3's Martinsville, Ind., Feb. 23. Guy I, 0::s, and Italy at the other with 1,071. while you bind:" and the iron Van Tassel and Herb. Gorham, of In- it as not the religious and secular the telegraph are set down at teeth of Tuk largest cable is the manilla one dianapolis, escaped from jail here. newspapers are the great educators of of the harvest field and drawn end hawser which was used to tow the dry Simplicity in construction and notbeloneinsrto the TvnpwritPr Trust clean They were convicted last week of rob- the countrj'. dock in Havana. It is 22 inches in produce an honest product at an honest price. The Blickensderfer is But alas! through what struggle the across, and the newspaper gathers circumference, but it is by no means bing the family of Samuel Hicks. the only high grade machine at reasonable cost. Guaranteed loneest. newspaper has come to its present de up the sheaves, setting down one the largest that ever has been made. Central American Republics Friendly. sheaf on the breakfast table in the Some features-Durabili- ty, Washington, Feb. 23. South and velopment. Just as soon as it began shape of a morning newspaper, and There are at least two others of a Portability, Interchangeable Tvpe, Doimr Central American nations have gener- to demoustrate its power, superstition putting down another sheaf on the tea greater circumference, but both older. Mardi Gras festivities of the most away with Ribbon nuisance, Adjustable Align Perfi-r- t and t3'ranny shackled it. There is nothOne of these had a circumference of 2:J ally expressed their sympathy for the ing shape of an ment, Unexcelled Manifolding. that despotism so much fears and table in thethat man whoevening news- inches, and was used for the purposa elaborate chrracter this year at New w United States and against Spain. neither reads of anchoring Ro-ahates as the printing press. A great paper; and l Ihe only lypewriter receiving Highest Award at World's Knir. Tin- thu ship North Carolina Orleans and at Mobile. The nor takes a newspaper would Stole All the Sliver. writer in the south of Europe declared osity. What vast progress be a curi in a navy yard at Brooklyn, while the Road is the Queen & Crescent. proved since. Adopted by Western Union Telegraph Co. since the Union Citv, Ind., Feb. 23. The resi- that the King of Naples had made it s hawser, which was Vestibuled trains Cincinnati to dence of Dr. Granville Rcinard was en- unsafe for him to write on any subject days when Cardinal Wolsey declared other was i,i;U FOR CATALOGUE AX1 TESTIMOXIALS.-- & us!d as a sheet anchor cable on the in 24. hours. tered by a back window and all the sil- save press must that natural history. Austria could downeither the printing God must go Tennessee when she was stationed in through service. Only Excellent BRO'S.. Gen. verware in the house, amounting to or the Church of line run- 125 so not bear Kossuth's journalistic pen down, to thiB E. Fayette St. about $150, taken. jis p. st . X. W. time, when the printing the'Mediterranean in the sixties. ning Cafe, Parlor and Observation pieading redemption press for the llui'UESKXTATiVK Youxo, of Philaand Baltimore, Aid. Washington, Ti. C. of Hungary. Napoleon L, wanting combinationthe pulpit are In glorious delphia, represent? a district having cars, One fare round trip for the CUBAN OIL cure? to keep his iron heel on the neck of One of the and alliance. of this news the largest population in the United occasion, from all points North great nations, said that the newspaper was paper profession trials Cuts, Burns, Bruises, is the fact that they States. The vote in 1S90 was 50, 147 for All lines connect with the Qqeen & Queen & HOOD, Kotite. and Sores. Price, 25 cents the regent of kings, and the only safe are compelled to see more of the shams Young, republican; 10,5:50 for Cunning- Crescent at Cincinnati and with S. X. place to keep an editor was in prison. SURGEON-DENTISHandsome historical lithograph, colof the world than any other profes- ham, democrat, and 5:S scattering-to- tal R'y at Louisville. But the great battle for the freedom of 70,221. Ten wards LANCASTER. KY view of Chattanoog-athe press was fought in the courtrooms sion. Through every newspaper office, Philadelphia constituta in the city of You get to New Orleans 8:30 in Office over J. C. Thompson's jewelry store ored birds-ey- e Wall Paper. the district, day., by day, go the weakness of the of England and the United States Missionary Ridge, Wallen's Ridge, which has a population of :J0D,9$G. The the morning. An important mat- on Danville street. world, the vanities that want to be I have secured the agency for a leadthis centary began, when Hamil congressional district having the smal ter as a night arrival when the city and portions or the Chickaraauga field ing manufacturer and have samples of ton made his, great speech in puffed, the revenges that want to lest area Land anil a Living in the couatry is the Tenth is full of strangers, offers difficulty behalf of the freedom of J. be wreaked, all the mistakes that of New York, which Ara best and cheapest in the New as seen from the summit of Lookout an ek gxnt line of WaU Paper, and is cqmnosed of in finding lodgings. Peter Zenger's Gazette in America. .vant to be corrected, all the dull South. Land S3 to $ an acr. Ejsy Mountain. Highest style of lithowill hi glad to order any amount par- and when Erskine made his great speakers who want to be thought the Ninth, Thirteenth and Plftsenth Queen & Crescent trains are the terms Uood schools amL ehurches. meanness that wants assembly districts in the No blizzards. No cold waves.- New grapher's art. On fine paper; plate ties may desire. Call at my residence speech in behalf of the freedom to eloquent, all the noticed gratis in the York, and has a populationcity of New finest in the South. of 150,537. publish Paine's "Eight of Man" in to get its wares illustrated paper, "Land and a Liv 10 x 24. Mailed for 10 cents in stamps. Jn the South? Then send 10 cents ing-,The district having the smallest popuprices. Interest and editorial columns in order to save the 3 months, for 10 cents, in stamps. England. 3 months subscription for new paper "Land W. G RiNEAHSOX. Ge'n'l PaSa'r Agt., Q. lation is thc state of Nevada and a Liviai'1 W. C. RINEARSOX, Ueu'l W. C. RiXEAESOX, G. 1. A., Queen & Mrs F. L. Austin. tf , Those were the .Marathon and tba lax of the advertising column, all the rass'r. Agt Cincinnati, O. Crescent Route, Cincinnati. & C. Route, Cincinnati O. .SHREWD SWINDLER Broacfet ,jo .Face a Crime Committed rftlNTI PKESS' IW3S32 . h n nil ... rd THE lifsiim LEXINGTON, KY. Nn-hu- i h-- i 4..-,- i4il 5 elon I rre-.nu!- v- d si INSURANCE IS A LAV OF AVERAGE. I.tn-co'.- n. . w-- ( 1 - lite'i-ai-- OUH MISSION. (Jnl" m- - 1 s hciy-swi- SIMiG18i)S. Plants t, sjij-- Trees, NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE Aft 1 ' 1 n-i- Others Make Money. Why Not You? l -. - - Ir a nt ,ll-- l 1 " ug R u't e t 1 1 1 a si-- new-pap- If If If East :.?i-- ste, 1 t ....Vice-Frcaidc- 1 la-,- .tftomg-r.c-- Moul-trie- s, f of of of of :) " -- t 0tk- Mont-peli- - 1 1 . .. zt G . If 'in Willi The King of Jollity Holds Court! Line-Snace- r. New-Orlean- MOORE Aets. Mmfeft Rhea-autis- J. Crp-tce- e - ft