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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, March 4, 1898. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1898 cen1898030401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, March 4, 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. J 1 jlit I it J i I r JI 1 l t gJjI l l Iy JC JI l i JI- r 5 t 4 a i g c grit t jj2bLJ J44J i Itl t 11 I1I R J pri3jl f llLoC tr 4J Its ti tiTi PCJiUrau vuEKLr nv LOUIS LAN IMAM CV PuSUr IbitHiT rsti DaHiiUtAttitif lANTASTKK KV FRIDAY MARCH 4 i893 OF It r j tt tll t Ei11s 3Zlr1ttia 8 a NO 20 THE AMERICAN is made from the best brands of car wheel iron by the latest and best method No pains are spared to make this the best Chilled Plow on the market Try it and you will be convinced All parts interchanged with other makes of the same numbers J E Haselden Lancaster Ky Col Welch Stanford W I Lancaster Attorneys at Law LANCASTER ET All business attended to promptly BEAZLIYBAUHm AlI Chilh Plow andchilled andstrongest G a WBL 1- ka 1 W VJ1LUAM UNDERTAKERS and dealer in Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky I tA IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER a o t L AJULAAA pro ovaacS cPt a c4 t fi o c ono o rr o coow G4 wncvr oaoootrows r + Get vaccinates Go to the show tonight Lookout for the parade today Veal calves wanted Butler Fox Fresh oysters for sale at Northcotts Circuit court is in session at New line Calicoes at S T Evans Wanted hens at 5c per pound II U Northcott 200000 trick for sale Greening Pence Stanford Ky We print typewriter letter heads on excellent bond paper Wanted car load of Iron Bones and Rugs IL B Northcott All varieties of Landreth garden seed in bulk at Gaines Flower seed in bulk peas only 5 cents at Thompsons I will sell you package coffee at lOc Sugar at cost for cash T Currey Beginning with Feb 10th our terms will be cash J C Thompson j For sale Corn by bushel hay by bale 1J B Northcott f tf Get Km In On Time Several good letters crowded out by getting to the otlice to late I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn Very little drunkenness in town Monday The boys seemed to be on their good behavior Murdered at Marcullus The expense account of farmers by grinding plow points at C K Poindex tars nov25tf Bourbon Steam Laundry Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry Leave your orders at Sweeneys store tf Salt Salt I have just recaived a car of barrel and sack suit that I am selling Cheap for cash Store near depot 343L J J BAKTON nr t t Please lteul t Stanford Secem Ss Small pox at Rowland Look at bottom of page 3 Small pox is jetting nearer March came in a roaring lion Typewriter letter heals at this Largest Plows and How year J 11 laselci The best Disc Harrow on the mar ket at G S Gaines w Freez3 out the croaker who woat for his town The best two horse wagon on the market at G S Games w Wanted 1000 hens pay 5c per pound this week B Fox W All rinds of weather this week rain snow sleet and sunshine Wanted furs hides tallow See us before selling II B Northcott Hay and corn always on hand at Easons for retail 128 4t Wanted Veal Calves Will go to country and buy II B Northcotty Clover oats timothy bluegrass and orchard grass always on hand at Gaincs X J A Bjazley Co headquarters for furniture carpets mattings wall paper and windowshades Buggy Horse was acquitted by the Louisville U S judge on the charge of selling whisky on Battle Row Mrs W J Lantlram Better The condition o Mrs W J Lan dram is very much improved today Decorated art tissue paper for man tle lambrequins lamp shades etc These are all new J C Thompson Corn Wanted If parties wishing to sell corn will bring it to me at once I will buy same J W Miller Mgr Pilgrimage 17 I sell or rent my resi dence It is in good repair and in a For particulars call on either W II Kinnaird or Mary K Weisiger lip standup win Sale or Rent willeither goodneighborhood Vrn 1IrYYrWnTLIIryYmm r lie Ltic r Cyrus S Distillery For myself WAR INEVITABLE We are going to m BOMBARD THE CITY- of Lancaster and Surrounding Country this Spring Sea son with LOW PRICES We have bought and are now receiving the Largest and Most Complete line of Spring Clothing Shoes Hats Neckware ever shown in the city We are going to put forth all of our energies to make this the banner season of our expe rience In buying our Spring Goods we Fougiit the Prices Down with King Cash and want the people of Lancaster and surrounding country to have the benefit of it It will be money in your vest pocket to SEE US this season before buying your Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods V C1 fiIrrqP 0IJo f i II j D joodSo li D J LOGAN c J I 1 t 4JLC d 1 s n 4 i1 Fiiwnihip i I t J l r ROBISONIrS 5 1 ct tai o colored woman uied Monday and was buried Tuesday by the Womans G A R a colored oranization W J Romans is now receiving the largest stock of buggies surreys and road wagons ever seen in Lancaster and prices can not b lower anywhere in Kentucky v Ladies are r quested t remove their laws it die show tonight It isnt right t s1 i k a iLmvr garden in front of ome Ole who has pad jistas iiuh as yo to s c th show Better Go Col J has announce in forcible language that tonight will p isitivelv bj hs last b fore a aulience M jur Khmiiird and Hugh Logan are wit nesses to tins declaration Big Tobacco Deal ExSenater John D Harris sold last week to Louisville parties 50000 lbs of tobacco at an average of 7 34 cents Richmond Register Post OHlce to be Moved We understand the post office will be moved to Gov Bradleys Store room on Lexington street when Mr West takes cnarge Bryant Mr Joseph Bryant a prominent and influential citizen of Bryantsville died Saturday after a brief illness of stom ach trouble He was in his 55th year and the respect of all who knew him We had a vr ta up rom a friend of the martin of Mr Taj Conn and Miss i which took place last week but it got mislaid They are both prominent pe and rejret that the article wa lost If people would use the same in spreading goo I things tey hear and know about people that they do in heralding every hint or tumor of bad the world would be better off and the tattler and faultfinder woul have a sure chance for niirsit ReporterGoose and Duck Eggs out of Sight Until April 1st 189S I want all your goose and duck eggs will pay 35c for gocss eggs and 11c for duck eggs Bring them in and get the cash Of fice on Public Square inAchers meat BUTLEP FoxV Received Into the Church Rev Crawford of Danville preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning at which time the services were held lIe also bap tized Misses Annie Hammond and Rachel Henry who joined during Rev Fauleoners meeting Children and adults tortured by burns scalds injuries eczema or skin diseases may secure instant relief by using BeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is the great Pile remedy Stormes Drug Store 1m Fire in the Country The residence of W H Smith near Lancaster was destroyed by fire Mona day The fire orignated from the ex plosion of a coal oil lamp Some fur niture was saved This was the house built and recently sold by Senator George T Farris for Next Sunday Elder Gowens subject for next Sun day morning is The Golden Chain of Salvation illustrated by a large Gowen will also preach at the union meeting in the Presbyterian church Sunday evening and has se lected as his subject A Scripture Valley of Dry Bones Good Show at Stanford Col has booked at his Stan ford Opera House for next Monday evening the splendid attraction Josh ua Simpson The troupe comes rec ommended as being far above the and those of our citizens who wish to see it should drop a postal Walton who will gladly see that seats are reserved PayasyouCo Club An exchange says Payasyougo clubs are being organized in many towns The members pledge them selves to incur no debts and to chase only such goods as they can pay cash for The whole country should be organized into one great club of this sort and prosperity will make its appearance never again to depart l oil So a IS c t Hat Off i app ara1c L ne1stel enjoyed Rue W shop diagram Walton average our M vets Far ra Copy Lost roc tutn diligence heavenS communion ire tills o Buffalo Holler Mills Paint Lick Ky It 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 1897 good it is a rare exception that we fail to give 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 are sure you will again We are pre pared to exchange flour Sanday We guarantee flour just like we do when we sell it If it is not good return it and we satis fy RUCKKB oar was come everyday except our will BUR1 All I have nl IjJ to the old sloe a nev line of seasonable goody which 1 vil sell low for cash Call and sec in at the old stand 24 J C Robinson A thrill of terror experienced when a brassy cough of croup sounds through the house at ni But the terror soon chantfts to gel ef after One Minute Cough Cure has been tervd Sale a d hrnjleS orchitlren Stormes Drug Score Ira Collector Yerres has received from civil commission at in tm the result ti September ex jmnatons for inttraal revenue prs tins Lane stor people are rparted as follows GJO I Lusk SS 5 J II McMurtry SO Jno K Fauleoner 7k5 Spring Announcement I am receiving Spring and Summer samples from four of the best Mer chant Tailoring houses in America and I will continue to sell at lower prices and smaller profits than you can find elsewhere Only the best quality of goods offered No shoddy Satisfaction in ciey particular or no pay jnd Brown have the largest house ud the largest trade in the nati Compare gaols and prices and yon will give me your orgies On lilt 125 tickets will be placed in 1 x and each of my custo mers who uught good during the season just ps ed c n driw for the number which will get the line parr of pants offered ns premium 1 HUGIILS Agent Trio all 2osr it Miduleburii is and i nnrber of casoshavc bun reported fron towns in that section Our people as a have responded to the health buarTs request and been vaccinated though some are to torn and fullheaded to have work Reports were current Monday that there was a case at one at Preachersville but it turns out ta ba a mistake There are so many Lancaster negros at Middlesboro that there is great danger of some of them getting past the qnarantne line and c baclc here and on this account alone oils people should be very Tha usual croakers are say iig Xo dan er etc but an ounce of provnton is worth ten pounds of cure in this matter n everybody should have the work don Kentucky Fight in f5lroMi AdjL Gn Collier of the Knitiky state guard his given out the to a Lexington rt uarl ing troitlle whit Sjiu and the strength of Keatutky We have men rnk nnd fl divided into thne regiments Co Gaither and Smith Ohev are well equipped with cittiiing and camping supplies They art wei with the exception of cannot Wi hava one battery of two or three piec es and two Gatling guns The ra k and file is composed of the best young men in the state ranging from eigh to twentyfive years with a few over the latter age We could mobi lize the Kentucky troops and assemble them at either Lexington or Louis vine in twentyfour hours everything ready for marching I do not believe we will have any war with Spain She has been trying to run a little bluff on Uncle Sam and as soon ns he calls her she will lay down her hand Of Interest to Farmers A free lecture on fertilizers was given to an ordience of farmers at the Court House last Maoday Mr Mc Nair said that the problems of ferti lizing the soil is to find out what ferti lizing ingredients are suited to differ ent cropsand different soils He said that some soils need lime some need phosphates some need ammonia or nitrogen and others need potash and that still others need a combination of these materials He said that the blue grass soils contain enough phos phate and perhaps enough lime but thay lack nitrogen and especially He said that the reason why fertilizers have not as a rule given good result in the blue grass region is because they contain too much and too little potash and be advised famers in selecting fertilizers to select those which contains a liber al percentage of potash He said that tobacco and corn fertilizers should contain 10 par cent potash and wheat ertilizers about 5 per cent Oa Mon day night he again lectured using a stercoptican to illustrate j i i h almini e o i worse don Rowlandand rp prop c I notice with potash phos h tte Nen trrru Passed the Iranllnatjun ti settle lti ash Warnaco uer Mar a M Scare- S ual pox rowing rife stub mine part cular following rtr Castles as a m- ol tee i TIle Royal is tile powder tests show it goes rICO POWDER aeaPOWDU co sew OK highest grade baking hews Actual aet- hirafu tberther OthetW1M AMfit ly PwnO- CYAL t arr Jw M I j i GREAT TLivinnf pureliasliod of iris stol of Dry Good Notions Clotliinir 3T ts Furnishing Goods loots and Shoes At a Big enables us to offer you goods in this line at Remarkably Low Vice5- CEHIE Early and Bst First OkGicE This stock must be closed out At Once in order to make togs for our New Spring Stock It is our purpose to close out the stock of Clothing and Shoes and convert the business into A FIRST CLASS Dry Goods House We will carry UpToDate lines of Dress Boobs Trimmings lotions end in fact hat goes to make up a ask the support and patronage of the people of Lan caster and Surrounding Country With your aid we can build up a business that will enable us to car ry a well selected stock in this line We promise at all times to do the best in our power to merit your favors We propose to BUY for CASH and SILL for CASH ONLY By doing this we can bring to the consumer prices that will at all times enable them to supply their wants close to the Manafacturers cost t t J1 P VivV 7 VVI I iJ A Ii 11t I FT to J1liltAl 1 i1 t fI T West 3 S onnt t i I l 11 ll1 1 z abiescurnisI n17s gtat everything f ill8 IX I 0 X v II he Logan bry Gods A j w Dt 10 IIi J u A W l V VvVq s t6 VY i 4 4W Ir r r a 3r V Dit i a a8 4 9 c o 1 a weta t iy l try Co1j r s7 c9 y ySTAi20 An excellent letter from Bryarts v I ro in too lute for publication Cnpt V hle Is able to be at his case in TilE KECOIW cfii e lie has about uly recovered from his recent illness Our collector is loaded for be ir and will certainly call upon those in ar rears We must get rid ofa few we owe and to do so will need every cent owing us Prof Skinner Dead Prof Skinner principal of Hamilton College Lexington died this week a brief illness The school will be con lined by Mrs Skinner Prof was principal of several years ago Church Social The ladies of the Aid Society will give a church socirl at the Christian church next Wednesday evening be ginning at 7 oclock THE RKCOKD is requested to say that all members and halfbrothers or sisters of the church are urged to be present No admission charged and light refreshments will be served A Big Court Day Farmers and traders say Monday was the best allaround court day they have seen for many months Tra ding was good in all branches except horses and good pries were realized There were probably cattle on the streets neary all changing hands The greatest demand was for light steers and as much as 5c was on some bunches Heifers sold from 3 13 to 3 12 yearlings and two year olds 4 so 4 l2c butcher stuff 2 to 3 13 There was no demand for horses though several parties were on the lookout for extra good ones Some mules changed hans at from 50 to 75 Ready For Business Having bought the stock of Lackey Bros we are now open for business Will keep constantly on hand a first class stock of dry goods groceries shoes hats hard ware cineenswareand in fact everything kept in an upto date general merchandise store Also a nice line of furniture and Undertak ers goods Our terms are cash or will take in exchange for goods all kinds of for which we will pay the market price and will sell goods as cheap as you can buy them in the country It will be to your interest to see us before Dying elsewhere Give us a call Very res pectfully B L Jennings Oo Paint Lick Ky TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All Druggists refund the money II It falls to Cureic5 cents ate Garrardcollege 55 plug DAY fellows Skinner realized highest To Repeal the Soii Tirra Xielc C- otia FKAXKFI IT Ivy March 2 MrStout of Vvooferii democrat introduced a bill in the house Tuesday proposing to repeal the charter of the Southern Pa cHic Co and declaring an emergency because of the refusal of said pay the state a franchise tax Tbero is not enough of the session left to make probable if possible the pas sage bill introduced at this stage l Gounter itlt a 15nr irMT STKKMNO Ky March a Short ly uu r mduight Charles Thomas son of the proprietor of a store at Ewing ton discovered a man crawling through the window He raised up in his bed when the burglar madj at him with an ax Thomas raised his pistol and tired two shots at his wouldbe murderer but both shots missed It frightened the robber away however and he left To Watch the AVlntlUp of the Legislature FKAXKFOKT Ky March 2 The fol lowing delegation of Covington and Newport ollicials arrived Tuesday night to watch the closing days of the session A L Rjuscher los Betz and Fred Miller of Newport and Gus Menninger and W Ed Miller of Coy ington Mayor and Joe Pugh were also here Tuesday looking after some Covington matters KiciiMOM Ky March 2 Neal assistant cashier of the Farmers national bank and a nephew of State Senator John Bennett has been ap pointed by Collector Ycrkes as stamp deputy here and will take charge when the office is removed to Danville The place is worth from to SSOO a year Diamond iu Ash Barrel LOuIsvILLE Ky March 2 Mrs Kate Thompson of No 837 Third street fouqd her diamonds valued at 51500 in an ash barrel Tuesday morn ing They had been thrown inthe fire careless servant The jewels were damaged to the extent of about Converted Into a Theater LKXIXGTOX Ky March 2 The old Main street Christian church erected more than half a century ago and in which the founder of the Christian de nomination Alexander Campbell held a famous debate has been converted into a theater Aged Woman Paralyzed RICHMOND Ky March 2 Mrs Ham ilton Norris aged 85 one of the oldest women in Central Kentucky was stricken with paralysis at College Hilt and died Suicided In Ills Garden ODDVIILB Ky March 3 Thomas Rose hanged himself to an apple tree in his garden and was found dead The cause is not known Earthquake Shock at PadaeahP- ADUCAIT Ky March 2 A distinct but light earthquake shock felt here at 1130 very perceptible in southern end of city W ft company- to of his hat and his hurried escape II1nock Stawp Ueput 5CO bya Church any ax in appointed Bennett revenue ago f- s CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY 4XDRA If Publisher LASCLSIER KENTUCKY ONE YFAB IN TERMS Six MONTHS 50- THKKE 25 FRIDAY Mardi 4 1898 HAVANA is quieter now than she has leen at any time since the Maine dis aster in her harbor The first weeks work of the Naval Court of Inquiry is at an end and is now in session at Key West Every bit of testimony to be obtained in Havana bearing on the Elaine explosion it is believed has been gathered It is not probable however that the Courts report will be made public at present At the di rection of Consul General Lee the Court heard the evidence of several persons as to the supposed existence of a plot against the United Slates battle fchip U he evidence came principally from Cubans In line with the plans of Mr Mc Kinley Secretary of State sherman yesterday in conversation with sever al Senators in Washington said that if the explosion which wrecked the 3Iaine was not in the interior of the battle ship Spain would be ponsible and that an indemnity would be demanded Mr McJC nley still be lieves that the affair can be settled through the medium of diplomacyand has declared himself opposed to meet emergencies whcb may arise however precautions will not be re laxed Steps are being taken to strengthen the defences of New York city by submarine explosives Ex perts say the city is now fairly safe but rapid fire guns are needed and the supply of powder Secretary of the Navy Long has ordered the monitor Terror to pro ceed from Hampton Roads to New York Harbor and remain until further orders It is proposed that the moni tor Amphitrite shall be placed to Charleston and Port Royal the Puritan to protect Baltimore Wash ington Richmond and Norfolk and the Mianhonomoh to protect Philadel phia Measures have been taken to replen ish the magazines of the mcLofivar and an appropriation which would be sufficient to obtain a large supply of coal has been asked for It seems however that the 1500 men requested by the Navy Department will not be iorthcoming for a week or more yet Justice Harlan of the United States Supreme Court in a lecture in Wash ington advised coolness in the situation If the Maine disaster turns out not to have bcen accidcntal he said that we will not hear of North South Eastor West no more of republicans democrats or populists We will hear onlyW Amer icans El Tiempo of Madrid prints purporting to have been written by Lieut Commander Sobrai while he was naval attache of the Spanish Legation in Washington In it he says The United States covets the naval supremacy of the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico in the for mer to obtain absolute control of the future Nicaraguan Canal in the lat ter in order to have a free road from the Mississippi to the Atlantic How could they maintain a fleet in the of Caribbean without owning an island which would serve them as of operations A to the New York Her ald from Madrid says that a Ministe rial atatement declares that the to the Maine even if caused by a malicious hand is not a good cause for disturbing friendly relations be tween Spain and the United States The Ministers are jubilant over the and are awaiting good news from Cuba the tenor of which they already know The news from Ha LOUIS f ADV heldres war- T protect present anymore an article waters abase specialcable disaster outlook 1 i Slow J vana published in the United States causes much surprise in the Spanish capital Gov BRADLEY having been officially not fijd in regard to the launching of the battleship Kentucky has issued the following proclamation which is selfexplanatory Having been definitely notified thst the great battleship Kentucky will ba launched at Newport News on the 24th of March next at 10 oclockm the people of Kentucky are now reqiestel to show by their patriotic action on that occasion that they are notunmindful of the compliment bes towed on them and the State WILLIAM O BRADLEY Governor of Kentucky ALL I ills that go to the Governor today will be at his mercy as after therfc would uot 33 tine to pass them over his vsto and he is said to Jiava an uuusualy keen el je oa tk ax Of the important bills still pending the bill to abolish tho Louis Executive Boards and tho Cbinn Food Bill are still in the orders of the day in the II iuse and both have yet to pass the Senate theChiun School Book Bill or the Bronston substitute has just passed the senate and the Orr Leaf Tobacco Bill is tied up an the Senate ASKED bp a Washington reporter for his views on the Main horror Davison said All I know is that the Maine was blown up Whether by accident or otherwise I am uuabe say I think the Administration is fully com petent to handle the matter and throughly understands Interna tional law and the precedents in such J have no doubt that it will have the couFSge to maintain the na tional honor and f ncsessary defend it It is stated ut Washington that the protests from G A It posts and from ther sources against the appointment of Leslie Combs as Pension Agent at Louisville have induced the president to subject the matter to a futher although it had been fully determined that Combs should be ap pointed Hox FONTAINE Itopiiivr of Orchard who represented Lincoln Bounty in Legislature some years ago has aiinqunujd his gandi acjr for the Democraic nomination for Con gress in the Eight district on that exGov Jams B McCreary does not make the pace AXOTIIEU Mayfield has been taken in Jjand by a mob This one a whipping and a war ning to leave town Since the hang ing of a negro burglar at Mayfield the town and have done so Whooping cojigh i the dis tressing malady but its duration pan be cut short by the use of One Minute Cough Cure which is also the best known remedy for croup and all lung and bronchial troi ble Stormes Drug Store 1m MARKSBURY J T Cecil sold J W Poor a nice of hogs at 3 l4c per lb Nelson Bogie of East Hickman has moved into the house vacated by Mr CeciLLeslie Pollard and wife has moved into Miss Ruth Aldridges tenant houseThe farmers in this community have engaged tKeir lambs for 350 per head and for 5c per lb J T Cecil has moved to the house on Andrew Rices place adjoining the he purchased from J C Boner Last week a son of Bean Burnside while splitting shingle blocks was so unfortunate as to amputate his foot with an ax Miss Georgia Henry of Lancaster visited Miss Annie Perkins last week Alfred Boner of Danville spent Sun day with his parentsMr and Mrs J C Boner Miss Mary Chesnut oJ Boyle is boarding with her sister Mrs Charles Burdett and attending school at Mason school house Messrs P T PettusMirl K Stewart of Crab church at the Fork Sunday and were entertained at Mr F K Misses Florence returned to their home last Monday Miss Bertha Ham and brother of Jes samine visited their cousin Miss Flor ence and Marie Dana Saturday and Sunday Mr Chas Kuhhvan of Nelson visited his parents a part 01 last week FLATWOOD I put veto Congressman t case consideration Fqx the negro escapedwith twentyfive Dost bunch land Orchardattended Suttons and visitingfriends Camp viP le o Crap condition 4 r 4 W H Furr sold a calf to J C Fox Dow Parks and sister Susie have returned from Williambur school John Merryman and family of have moved to their old place near here We are having some nice weather for plowing and the farmer are mak ing good use of it Mr Hutchings of Pittsburg Laurel James Hankins of Cartersville has moved into W If Purrs tenant house and will run a blacksmith shop cold One minute Cough cure cures Drug Store 1m for 52480 Illinois Henryhomestead coughing allthro 4 Prepare for Cyclones- By Insuring your Houses Insure your Hempr And Take No Risk of Loss We write these Policies R KINNAIRD General Insurance Lancaster Ky 7 p 1 i I FROM ALL OVER THE STATE fi if t oo c Av TOBACCO COMBINE IV IJ Tato flIes i Suit for S12i HJJ S lit Louisville LOUISVILLE Ky Vet 0 W 15 Tate filed suit Friday afternoon for 125000 damages The defendants arc the Drummoud Tobacco Co of St Louis Wilson McNally Co Liggett Myers T J Sorg Co and the Harry Weissinger Tobacco Co The plaintiff claims he was compell ed to close his tobacco warehouse in this city because of a boycott of the defendants who compose the Manu fpctnrers and Buyers association which controls the trade in leaf and manufactured goods Ia claims that before tho defendants combined against him his business gave him a profit of SJIOOO annually ELECTION BILL An Attempt to Forcu Ils Jas n III the House Ivcsullcd in a Loss of irlcnds ut the Measure FIASMOITI Ky Feb 36 At the Afternoon pf tlje hpusQ au to abandon the rpgujar order of business and foro tIle pussagc of the Goeblo election or force bill losulUul in the loss of two of the friends of the mcasuro On a test vote 5t of the 100 members voted against the measures efienjjes 0 not believe they eaij prevent passage muy fluys but thiy believe it is killed or can bo killed by more waste of time and by expiration of the session before it can bupjiosoci 0 tp g vctQ and put into ef fect BRADLEYS VETO ViU Put a Quietus oa the Railroad Kate IJilJ- FKAXKFOKT Ky S3 The Mr freight rate will be vetoed by Gov Bradley Monday This information is not given out by the but them no doubt about its reliability The opponents of the measure say there is no chance to pass it over veto in the senate as it only received IS votes originally and two of these will vote against overriding time veto and it takes 20 votes to knock out the veto The ISronston prison bill will be vetoed Tuesday but it is believed it can be over tho veto Kentucky Icnsioners WASHINGTON Fcb follow ill r pensions were granted to Ken tueUiftns Original George Borntraeger Louisville 60 Jlichard Williams Bowling Green G Lewis Williams Paducah Harvey 15 Gill Cumberland 10 Win Noland 0 Dank1 Marlow Lot G Win C Vonovcr Owensboro SO Restora tion and Increase Charles Hedge Lud low S to 1J Original Widows Etc Sofhronia Goodman Meeting Creek Quarantine at Penitentiary FjJAXKFoiiT Ky Feb 5 The peni tentiary ollicials are preparing to take steps to quarantine against prisoners sent here Irom Lauuel and other east ecu Kentucky counties where small pox prevails7 Dr Bruner penitentiary physician Thursday night wired county oflicials to withhold a batch It is also probable that the city will be asked to quarantine against the counties mentioned Surrendered to tho Authorities Mr STERLING Ky Feb G Millard Anderson who knocked Henry Haw kins in the head Wednesday evening nearly killing him to authorities Time examining trial was continued until Monday March 7 Hawkins is in a condition An dersons plea will be selfdefense be cause at the time he struck Haukjns the latter was attempting to draw a pistol Mall IIII FCIK- LEXIXOTOX Ky Feb 28 The mail of the defunct Bluegrass Building and Loan association is being held by Post master McChesney pending Judge Barrs decision as to whether it shall be turned over to President J W Por ter representing the new board of di rectors or to Bishop Clay who was assignee by the old board iJ attempt ft Ct Y rcight Vel Chordrailroad bill i commission 2SThe Sah1rJar S Louisville SI Laurel of prisoners who were to be sent hero Uccls10n lit ts 3velnpr s a mad Offer Servipes to Government FKAMCFOIIT Ky Feb 25 Gov Bradr ley Thursday received letters from Francis B Douglass a lawyer of Dan ville and Robert W Wooldy formerly of Lexington but now connected with the New York Sun asking that their PfUnc be enrolled on the first company pf volunteers organized in this state in the event of war Spain Argument in the Contempt Case FBANKFOHT Ky Feb HO The Cov ington contempt cases were argued in the court of appeals by Judge OHara and Charles II Fiske for the council men and Judge Charles J Helm for Judge Tarvin A decision is not ex pected for several days Sunday liill Defeated FiiANKFOiiT Ky Feb bill to prohibit Sunday baseball playing except in cities of first and second class was defeated in the housa Friday Appointed to a VERSAILLES Ky Feb Smith of this city has been appointed at Annapolis by Con gressman Settle Still In the Itaco LEXINGTON Ky Feb 25 Maj P P Johnston when asked what founda tion there is for the report that he would abandon his race for governor said The talk about my getting out ofrthe race for governor is an inven tion of those who would like to see me out I am in the race Murder in Clay County PIXEVILLE Ky Feb 20 Timothy Asher a farmer of Clay county re ports that Arch Baker shot and killed Amos Belcher on Red Bird creek Clay county Whisky was time cause Baker fled and has not been arrested Dropped Dead of Heart Disease BAKDSTOWX Ky Feb 28 A P Thompson a prominent citizen of this county dropped dead at his home in Fairfield lie was for a number of years magistrate and has held other cflkes in the county His death is to heart disease Cigarette Bill Passed ITKANKFORTKy Feb 25 The house at its afternoon session passed the Watkins cigarette bill which the smoking sale barter o loan of cigarettes in this state and fixes a pen alty having any cigarette material in ones possession 2GThe Cadetship 2SWalter to a cadetship prohibits f c i attributed 7i A MOB At MavficM Adminlstorri Lashes to a Xnm bor of Kcsro Characters MAYFIELD Ky March 1 Since the lynching of Dick Allen last Wednesday night there has been much excitement over the mob question There seems to be a determination to run out a number of colored characters to whom warnings have been sent Saturday night a mob of 20 men went to the home of Noah McUeynolds i Negro youth and administered tIC lashes with a whip After the the mob told their victim to leave immediately which he did Other Negro homes were visited but the men could jiqt be found Several oillcers have been placed on night duty to prevent further trouble Was It Murder or SuculeN- EWPOUT Ky March 1 The front room of time cottage 717 Ann street this city was the scene pf a probable iuurucr at seine hour Sunday poon The victim was John Abers feller 50 ago Q wpg chiefly lioted through a report that he carried large sums of money on his person Iot since the 1oarl Bryan murder have the authorities been mystified as to whether atcrrible crime has been coin niitted or whether the yiotuo ttt death ttt his own Uamts Xho 1V114 Insscd by the House FIJASKFOIT Ky March 1 The house Monday under a suspension of the rules took up to ryejuy jnandec bills unit forced their passage the house They will got back jfrom the governor in time to be passed over a veto They make the Third and congressional districts jind the Third appellate court djstr t more certainly democratic Street Sold BOVTLIXG GEKEX Ivy March 1 Thg Tiowjinjj1 Green street VQilway was sold Monday afternoon at the sale of the master commissioner the Fidelity Safety Vault and Trust Co of Louis ville becoming time purchaser The price paid was 23o50 The trust com pany had a mortgage lieu for almost twice this amount Jfiv Courthouse LEXIXGTOX Ky March 1 The Fay ette county fiscal court Monday after noon accepted the plans of Messrs Lehman Smith of Cleveland 0 for time reconstruction of the courthouse The plans are for a S150000 fireproof building The Canton 0 Bridge po said get the iron and steel work Negro IOUISVILLK Ivy March 1 Pastor Caddie of the colored Baptist church in his sermon urged time Negroes to tight for Spain instead of America because he said Negroes are not well treated here In a confirmatory ijitci view he says he would kill an American in preference to a Spaniard Child liurned to Death IIorKixsviLTK Ky Feb 2S E nr Jiandoljh the gixyyarrojd daughter of John Randolph residing near this city was burned to lentil her clothing having caught fire from an open stove near which sue was playing She lived but a few minutes In places the ilesh peeled from the bones Election limit Iisses time House FIIAXKFOIST Ky Feb 2S By the decisive majority of 15 the Goebel election bill was passed through the hcuie Saturday alter a long and ex citing session Ttw Jostiiiastor aj Mayiiold Ky WASHINGTON Feb 20 The president Friday sent the name of W S Mason to time senate to be postmaster at Ky Indication of Foul Jlay WILLIAMSBUKQ Ky Feb 20 Win Ellison an old settler and one of Whit leys most prominent citizens started hunting aucl when he failed to return Ut night search was instituted Fri day morning his body vas found in a deep ravine Indications are that there has been foul play It is said that there were several contusions on parts of tie body pppp whipping after ar of s alls hallway S Lxln tollS arson up for SpOn various iv1i a SttiiIl4 May- field To Abolish the Hoard of Equalization FKANKFOKT Ky Feb 25 The house Thursday passed the bill jshing the state board pf equalization Ly a big majority Lovers Suit LOUISVILLE Ky Feb 25 In the city court Thursday Mrs Ceo Wheeler was dismissed on the charge of obtain ing goods in the shape of presents from her lover by false pretense of in tended marriage The charge wgs pre ferred by her jilted lover Henry isles erg Murder at Ford Ky RICHMOND Ky Feb 25 At Ford near here Wednesday night Alex Ponca killed James Smith by striking him on the head with a pistol Oflicers are searching for Pence who is evad ing them GEN nIL ASSEMBLY abol Jilted Party Cincn Will Ajiin lie Kesortcd to in Iushiiig joint Jilte to JaisasreP- KANKFCHT March 3 SBNATZ The entan glements over the various Imporiaat party measures pending in the legislature are be coming more complicated every The fates of the McChord railroad bill the Dna stoii prison bill and the Goebel election bill lire all so interwoven that no one can tell time outcome They may all be de foaled or they may all be passed over the It depends on the action of the caucuses that tre being called on the two first named expiration of tire lust inquest rented and the time the new inquest was held was adopted The bill to require assessors in cities of lirst anti second classes to intangible and franchises fqr taxation was passed HOUSE The bill to appropriate 000 for building a sewerage system for time Lexington asylum was by a vote of 7J to 11 The bill to adopt Harbour and Carrolls edition of Chinn school book bill was reported to the house Tuesday The substitute is regarded nullifier of the origipal bill mind a big the American BJOU Concern Uy a vote of 64 to 25 the house refused to concur iu the substitute This virtually destroys all hope of passing any school book bill to cheapen the price of books this session The to better protect property owners against contractors by requiring subcon tractors to give persons building houses elm notice of claims they intend to make was passed yea 72 nays 2 The Stout bill male lag distilled spirits subject to taxation like other property was passed with an amendment providing for the collection of back taxes on said spirits Some of the friends of the bill pelipyp tho amendment will render tho bill un constitutional CUBAN RELIEF cures in five minutes Summer Complaints Price 25 Cents bur vetoes payingidiot passd yeastovictory for Colic 7oc 1 misses property tsp riafliers Neuralgia and Toothache SonrSt ma hand no attention to a small lump which appeared in her breast soon dt into a cancer of the worst and notwithstanding the treatment ol the it continued to spread and grow rapidly eating two holes in her doctors Cancer ox the Breast StMemphis ve p ct- c 4ilil soon her incurable A celebrated New York specialist then treat ed her but she con tinned to worse informed that both her aunt and grandmother had died from cancer he gave the case up as hopelessSomeone then re comniemlc1 SSS andwhen and though UUlQ lope sue an improvement was no iced The cancer to heal and when she had taken several bottles it disapp ajod entirely nnd although sev ye rs have elapsed not a of the disease lips ever A Real BlooiS Remedy- SSS guaranteed vegetable is a real and never fails to cure Cancer Eczema Rheumatism Scrofula or any other blood remained returne urdy remedy diseases be mailed lo any ad Swift Specific Co Our boo k swill Ga free ata sssThe following editorial clipped from the Courier Journal sums up time pi 1115 of the United States in case war with Spain In 3pitd of t o hot war fever it is sun rising how few have any definite idea ho v a war with tpnin to carried on is the more worthy ol notice hcanso as a a war a newt paper is something which every body Knows to eonciuct except the meu actually assaying the It is generally assumed that it would be a naval war but this iolso certain It i taken for granted that Spain would not undertake to land troops in the Uiited States with a of penetrating into time interior because of practical certainty they would never This prevent attiolis upon weak points in or near the coast provided tho enemy were kept too bu y to permit to indulge m h it sort of pastime The in o nveying troops across the oc aa iu the face of a fleet might pre vent any invasion of by our troops with Cuba the case diffe eat The distance frQm flovida to Cuba small that a tew hours steaming would permit the landing of American trojps on the under the pivjtect n of our warship The Spaniards have already can to hold their own theye against the and tao of our troops inany considerable numbers make the islan I too hot to hold them Hava na would fall either as the prey ileet assaults from the land side or both combined This ac complished the war would poqress on the ocean until one or the cth r navy was hors du combat So far conjecture is eas enough hough it might possibly be tarm what actually happenlimit the question two navies ul I be handled is ono of no little st ijiude Would the h navy b conj ntratid at Havana or bout the coast of Cuba to fight it out with turships or to preyent the landing of troops It is not so certain that Spain would do that She might have the sagacity to perceIve Cuba could nqt be effectually protected and might prefer to orler navy to prey on our or attack such of our as appeal likely to of fer but a feeble Our for eign commerce carried under the American 11 1 is not extensive bt there are stll a number of steam Ussdes the entire coasting trade is u der the American and that in the aggregate must amount to a good deal The number of cities that could b i destroyed by bombardment a fl et or put under contribution to avoid such a fate is a dlsagre alesubject to contemplate without goinjj course our coast defense vessels an 1 such other portions of the navy as were not needed for other purposes would do best to heat off nny such attacks but our could not ba everywhere and the Spanish ships if they eluded our navy woul I be able to s leofc their own points at which to strike Tho notion that Spain would be Spain has been looking already has tinuencies of an inprobable character resilt there can ba no doubt bat it is quite possible even probable thatthis country would sustain verv great may be added that Spain is O b j his J ue ta1 wouldnot not ds hin i o insurgents four W comm rce seaboardcities very prizesif palti PowerishaveGermany andthe exceptby thai i- so their Trees Plants Vines The Blue Grass Nurseries offer everything for Orchard Garden and Lawn No Agents Strawberries and general nursery Catalogues on application to- W F HIUfENMEYER Mnrket Quotation Corrected weekly by II B North cottEggs dull 8 and 9c 5 Tc lIens 5c Young Roosters Roosters Turkeys Gobblers Ducks Geese Hides Green ac toTc 5to5l c 5 to52c to per doz C Butter i lOc feathers fine white geese 28 to SOc gray iSJtoZTc Duck feathers hundredIron25cCalves srI N G 1Si8 KyTelephone to 3 to 6 300 100 to ic 20 to Z4c 3c LinB of VFItllZI I Also a VarietJv of j 11lr ff n n r fl 115n 11 1E i l H 0 L iH11 NjJ fdR 071j RY Ut i Orders talicn lot all Fort igll or Dom sUe or Qe cV tV l Q1Ito J I T 11 1 tH1 iLt1t2r Jl aX p flcl6I Stationery Paints Oils Etc g 2DJlTLLE KE JTUCKYS r cc We Are indebted To the People of Lancaster and Garrard cou For Ituch of Ollr Success and we appreciate it Dont fan to call oa us Guarantee Satisfaction Send to us for TRUNKS and V AlISESa2 for EveryhodyY- Wn ant ldh Caldwell Lauor Leading Shes and Furnishing IiCUSB Danville Ky Aew Pailer 111 fluxes and af4jj1gtn BOOKS RL S11E3ragizines Iewspi- T B Stout A LuLardx rozz LiLGlSTSAi 9 ii We hoe Furiihhg cash and will not deviate from the rule 15y having no outstanding ac counts or bad debts I will be able to sell much cheaper and devote more timo to my customers wants MISS SALLIE TILLETT WH LACKEY Successor to Lackey Galley FipstJi las HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO CAPITAL 5 SURPLUS 20000000 J 6500000 LANCASTER KY For Cash I have to sell strictly for coooooo oo oo ocooco o J i I I I II I I 2 r41 oUhuooooooo uoo 0 0 0 0 ou 30I493 THX NATIONAL DAta t F concluded 11JEuIY TRMtEUNC MEN c A R DENNY President JNO E STORM KB Vice President H KINXAIKD Cashier aCDENNT J F ROBINSON JB Assistant Coshr Bookkeeper B T EMBBT Asst DIRECTORS Jas Spllman Alex R Dennr A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson E Stormes It Will Be Done Right If you Bring Your work to NED BURDETT CO at Arnold shop on Danville street Scientific Horseshoeing Repairing of Wagons Buggies and all kinds of ve hides Promptly and Substantially done WHo Book eepcr D Cochran Jab Sam BEAZLEY Teeth filled and extracted with hardware store next to Court Reuse Lancester Ky ORGANIZED 1883 PITIfflS NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER ST Capital 1OOOO Surplus Fund luOOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed J M EiaaiNsoTHAM LEWIS Y LKAVKLL B F HUDSON W O RI9NEY WALKER President VicePresidenc Cashier Assistant Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JS JOHNSON HC ARNOLD JR ALEX GIBBS LEWIS YLEAVELl T M ARNOLD B F HUDSON J J WALKER KOSSISOH K C llrancli- sonthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster SJO p X Northbnd Mixed 800 A Knoxville Branch Northbound Mail passes Stanford 1237 P 31 Uorthbnd Express 3H3 A M Southbnd Express 12OJ PM Southbound Mail Iri7 PM Queen Jt Crescent BottLe PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday G00 a m Number Daily 141 pm Number Daily Flaj 331 a m Number 2 330 am SOUTH BOUND Number 1 dont stop 1155 a m Number Daily 11 2 NnmberO Daily except Sunday SUOpm Number o Midnight Daily 1155 pm 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE I q DENTIST Cashr C D tit JMIIGGINBOTHAX nAIL flOtD TIME TtItLES x U II dont stop a m ws BridgeWork 5 X mzoovr flag bIhAAA44f e- il TRADE MARKS DESIGNS rwwf COPYRIGHTS Ac- Amyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion aaInvention is probably lions strictly laL Handbook for securing palciis taken throuch 3Iunn CuA ec notice without chnrcc in tho Scientific flmericaA andsomclr lllnstratcd weekly Tarzest drw culation of any tcientiflc Terms 3 ayear four months 1 Sold by MUNNXCc Branch Offlce OK5F St Washington Patents ail New for D C I V Patstta t newsdenhers 3IBroadway ROBINSONPETTET COMPANY aco WHOLESALE OISTRIQUTORS UOUlSViLtE KY if f a5 a I now ask all who owe me an account to please call and settle I am bound to have the money and must have a settlement either in person or by law MCrs Mloocl Hfircleii Im ortant Notice II t CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY March 4 I89S PERSONAL Hiss Poarl Hill is visiting relatives in ryantsville liss Jennie Shumake visited rel atives in Danvi lc Sunday Mr Richard Ward the p pular drum mer was here this week Mrs Mary Letcher of Xicholasville is visiting Mrs Ellen Ovslcy Miss Francis of Point is visiting Mrs Joseph Kobinson Dr Walter Uuazley and wife visited relatives in Crab Orchard Sunday Miss Allie Anderson has returnee from a pleasant visit to Lexington Virgil Kemper of Marksbury is visiting his sister Mrs Ophilia Djnn Miss Mary Anderson is visiting her sister Mrs Wm Mars in Knoxville Mr Wm Hughes and son Dove have returned from a visit to Perry ville Mr Sam Haselden of Uryantsville has accepted position in his brothers store Mrs llettie Landrim has returned from a several weeks visit to Miss Lizzie Ueazley of Crab Orch ard is visiting her brother D Walter Ueazley Mrs Hattie White of Knoxville Tenn has been visiting her sister Mrs Jesse Doty Mrs Juliet Rogers leaves in a few days for a visit to relatives in Uloom iugton Mrs Jlookout and Miss Martha Til ing raqidly Rev Clarence Crawford and wife o Danville were guests of Mrs Kin naird Sunday Mr and Mrs GaineF of Spen cer county have been vsting the family of G S Gaines Mrs Ross JJurnsIdcanl daughter Miss Pattie of Pineville are guests of Mrs Margaret GiL Mrs A II Rice vnd Miss Bessie O Marksbury have been to Louisville for a few days this week Mr and Mrs George Campton and son Hansel of Independence Mo have b en visiting relatives in this Mrs 15 N Roller of Stanford and Miss Mamie Carden of Louisville spent Sunday with Mrs C D and Miss Laura Powell Mr Jack Rout and Miss Pearl Burn side Mr Will nay css and Miss Mary Bruce of Stanford attended preach ing here Sunday evening Mr E C Walton represented the Interior Journal on our streets Mon day When asked if he would take part in the war with Spain he said Nay verily I would much rather be a live coward than a brave dead Mr Thomas Arnold Jr and Miss Vir gil Jenkins the handsome daughter of Mr Colby Jenkins eloped to lIar rodsburg last week and were married They have returned and have taken at the grooms fathers near The Cincinnati Tribune lias this item about a lady ivellknown in Lan L co Leavell Richmond e Ill ett who have been very ill are Yon man rooms Bryan tsille t r 9004oo60os0o MO0o0a064P60oopoo psaOpO 0404000Od- I i t F a wi I 1 t I vicinity f i Al caster Miss Leia McKee President of the Western College Oxford Ohio will at an early date address the o the Womans Club under the auspices of the Department of Current Events Her subject will have to do with her travels in England and on the Continent BUCKEYE What is the matter with Lancaster Urown Dickerson had to furnish one of her citizens a lot of kindling wood last week federal of our young people attend ed the basket supper at the home of Alex Walker Saturday night the girls taking some very pretty wellfilled basketsA number of our citizens at tended the Lancaster court Monday and the following parties bought stock J N mater 20 cattle at S475 J W Brown 23 heifers at 5X50 Jos Simpson S calves at 127 GD There was a mad dog belonging G Jones showed some signs of hy droyhobia and after attacking sever al dogs a hog and a cat was killed All have been killed that were bitten except the hog which still lives Louis Ray visited relatives in Lan caster Saturday and Sunday Misses Flora and Nora Ray and Chas Barker were guests of Mr and Mrs Forest Curtis of Kirksville Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Wharton An derson have been on the sick list Mrs Marion Ray has returned from visit to her aunt Mrs Kanat zer of Madison- W 15 Burton bought of Harmon Teater 5 heifers at per pound for April delivery Thinking of calves brings to my mind an incilent that occurred near here last summer Mr R L Teater had the misfortune to lose in the yard his pocket book con taining SIlO a calf came along and chewed up both pocket book and mon ey he however was fortunate enough to find the corner of two 10 bills for which he managed to get full value We are anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no pleas anter or better way to do it than recommending One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia consumption and other troubles that follow neglected colds Stcrmes Drug Store 1m Mrs Minerva Pullins has been quite sick Toe Mullen sold ten shoats to Wm Uendren for 15 Jack Adams sold a gooi sad lie mare to J 15 Parks for 570 James Murray sold 72 acres of land to J R Henry at 30 per acre At the sale of W U Adams on the 2Gth ult the land was bid in at 525 per acre Mrs Battie Pullins sold to Tom Hen dren a bunch of forty pound shoats at 2 per head Mrs J W Smith and children of Richmond are visiting relatives here before going to Arkansas to live Rev Solomon Foster of Lee county Virginia has been in this vicinity looking at the land with the view of buyiug a farm We would be glad if the gentleman can find a place to suit him and make a deal for a peachar in this neighborhood would not go There are three little things which do more wok thin any other three little things are the ant the bee and DaWitts Little Early Risers the last being the famous little pills for stomach and liver troubles Stormcs Drug Store 1m 314c I by serious lung I LEAF amiss createdthey members to- W ate extended 4 WAR FARM AND STOCK NOTES W B Burton bought 22 cattle at 2i per head T C Galley bought 22 cattle at 15 per head Gulley Burton bought a lot of hogs at 3 to 14 J I Aamilton bought af Green Siler eight cows at 15 each C W Anderson sold to a bunch of 93 lb shoats at 3 14 a Chas Adams sold to W B 17 83 Ib shoats at c Woods Lynn sold Joe Burnside 25 yearling cattle at 25 W G and W Anderson sold to M J Farris 10 cattle at 23 Y G and C W Anderson sold to Bin Kelley 23 yearling heifers at 1825 per head W B Burton bought of S Morgan 17 young cattle at 24 per head Madison IS heifers at 14 Lyon Allen of Lincoln sold J M Iligginbotham 1 light yearlings at 215 75 per head- J M Iligginbotham bought of dif ferent parties 34 cattle at from 2950 to 21 per head M J Farris of Boyle bought from various parties about 203 cattle at from 25 to 40 per head B G of Danville bought sev eral good mules at from 03 to 73 No demand much for horses W 15 Burton shipped a load of light hogs to the Cincinnati market this week for which he paid 3 and centsJohn Graham of West Union Olio owns a horse that is 23 hands high and weighs 2500 pounds Its head is 44 incites long Squire Royalty bought 230 hogs this week from different parties at 2 3s and 3 cents Also 150 barrels of corn at 1 05 During the last week in January 748 horses were shipped to Europe from Chicago One consignment of 42 coach hones averaged 400 A horse trained to walk fast he be for saddle single harness or team always commands a better price than one equally good in other re spects but a slow walker Men who are handling good cattle have not been complaining of the business There is always profit in them Whenever the cattle market is depressed it is the poor stuff which suffers the profits are so slight that they are easily annihilated The Richmond Register says J T Curtis has just returned from a two weeks stay at Bloomington Illinois where he sold two cars of mules at not very satisfactory prices It is Mr Curtis opinion that no Kentuckian need expect to succeed in Illinois un less he is a hustler 1 he eastern market and demand continues to improve Our hemp buyers here are giving the producers a share of the benefit One farmer who has a large crop informs us he has an offer of 385 while another we are credibly informed sold his at 4 Lexington Gazette The Harrodsburg Democrat reports the following sales Frank McGarvey has sold 32 saddle hordes within the past ten days at an average of 30 Ccl Coleman bought of Breck Bonta 100 hogs at 310 per hundred M J Farrs sod to J C Johnson a car load of hogs for 3GO delivered A good authority says that standing the demand for good horses and the fact that such horses are so scarce that hardly 75 percent of those in the hands of the farmers are mar ketable there seems to be any movement on the part of farmers to change or improve their methods of breeding In the meantime the ex port demand is rapidly exhausting the present small There were between 530 and G03 on the market Monday about 500 changing hands at good prices Steers weighing from 030 to 800 pounds bring ing 5 to 5 12 cents per lb and heiers from 3 to 4 cents Mr Farris of Boyle took most of the steers at above prices heifers being taken by differ ent ones the bidding on the latter not being quite as active as it was a week beore Mules found a ready sale but horse stock was slow Fox of Danville l i Thos Stone 314 22 J C Hays sold to Moore Cottono 314 whether I rm 1and notwi th I supplyEx OOdPGtf r0i306 OP040C oocooooooaaoaaaocaa acosacaodaoo Button Fox scarcely cattle taking all that were in good condi tion Swincbroad sold to Griggs Bros of MLdson 80 mixed cattle for 2030 The Lexington Stock Farm says in a letter received recently from C W Williams he says Allerton 2 9 14 will be shipped to L xiagton Monday March 12 going directly to Mr II farm where he will stand this season This is the farm formerly owned by W C France and the home of Red Wilkes while in Kentucky Allertons fee will be 100 spot cash when mare is bred but fee to be re turned if mare does not get in foam Parties having strctly choir e mass now in foal can if they prefer breed them on shares Allerton did a very large business in Kentucky last season but could not begin to do the business offered there being I think over a hundred mares that were turn ed away This season from the pres eat indications the rush will be still and there will probably be four times as many mares cftered as can be accepted It will be useless for parties having mar s that ar not fashionably bred in trotting lines to offer th m at all for they will cer taialy Le rejected Jessamine Journal reports the fol lowing sales During the past week Brown Cogar and R A Dodd have bought 20000 bushels of wheat in county at 1 Mr Jacob Troutman sold his crop of to bacc yielding 18330 pounds off of 10 acres at 12 l2c per pound which brought 228750 an average of 228 75 per acre Who can beat this Jas II Hulett of Brannon delivered his tobacco to parties at 33033 pounds which brought 14 c Jin is a hustler antI is a upto date farmer R A Do Id bought 10 head of mules Monday from various parties at an average of SOU re head Mr Dodd shipped a car load of mules yesterday to Clnrlotte N C the southern market W R Stone whom the Journal regards as one of the best farmers in Jessamine county sold 11 hogheads of tobacco in Louisville at 1410 per hundrel Such prices as these are what tiekle the farmer the short ribs and may they still continue to increase What pleasure is there in life ith a headache constipation and bilious ness Thousands experience them who could become perfecly healthy by using Little Early Risers the famous little pills Stormes Drug Store lin Keep Your Money at Home FOR THE RECORD I often hear the asked Why is it that Lancaster is so far behind the times and her in dustries have such hard rows to hoe I have been a close observer and things about town for the past several years and think I can safely and correctly answer that question by the true reply The people of Lan caster do not stand up for and sup port her enterprises A home man may engage in any kind of business and lay any kind of goods right at the doors of our people and he can not sell them but just let some stranger come to the town and he could sell a forty acre field full of elephants jn a days time I have seen people buy articles from peddlers which a home merchant could not make them a pres ent of It takes a Yankee or anybody the people of Lancaster have no inter est in to receive the support of her It is nothing but that ungovernable desire to take up that kills our town Let a drummer strike the town a man none of us ever saw or heard of and he can sell gro ceries clothing hardware or in fact anything by the car load Take your business for instance I have seen the RECORD publish probably a column windy notice or puff of certain people whom I have seen turn right around and order their printing from some city firm who could not do them a good turn if they had the inclina tion I have seen men go to certain groceries and get credit and turn right around and order groceries from Cincinnati which after paying the freight amounted to more than our horns men could sal them for I know men who order their flour by the barrel from the city who would say if told the Lancaster mill was to llV Constipation and Indi gestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 cts L- Ashers Jess Imine per busheL cropof fir DeWitts ofmen p withstrangers PI TEA cures greater Versailles ender question pop e NUBIAN Dyspepsia ON SHE fiUbtU1Zo inky The sympathetic tenderness of a husband is everything to an expec tant mother her first ordeal George Layton Esq a promi pent Dayton 0 the following case A customer of whose wife has used four bottles of Mothers before con finement says after seeing the effects the remedy she had to through the ordeal there were but bottles on the and the cost was 100 per bottle she would have them Mothers Friend js a scientifically compounded liniment cur the various ailments childbirth and assures proper to the cords and muscles volved in the final ordeal Mothers Friend is sold or expressed on receipt one dollar Valuable book Before is Born mailed free on application THE BRADF1ELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga ba moved away Oh that will not do we need the mill Of course weneed the mill but you old blockhead why dont you it The same thin applys to every branch of trade or business in town One might say I have a right to spend my money where I please Of course they have but they make it off of our people and if they croup stop long enough to think they would see they are moral ly obligated to keep it where our pec pie can use it We have the kindesthearted most liberal people in the world here in Lancaster but the kindness is too much inclined to strangers first Char ity begins at home but we have too many here who do not look at it that way If a man wants to buy his stuff from a stranger he ought to pack his little belongings and move to that community Or town would be all right f we could only weed out tile element that is constantly working for n r and sending the money What w3 people who will v r 0 bring money to the town no a lot of ellows who make money off our pe pIe and then send it away The latter class will soon kill the good old town completely and all people should work against that element I am for Lancaster fist last and all the time and will head a mob to tar and feather some o the leaders o the sjndawayand buyit element A HOME MAX It is Easy to Tell lects to sharpen his tools People art quite well or half sick have you ever thought that your kidneys may be the cause of your sickness- It is easy to tell by setting aside thy condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is evidence of kid ney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate scanty supply pain or dull ache in the convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order of bladder and urinary troubles Not only does new life and activity to the kidneys the cause of trouble but by treating the kidneys You may have a sample bottle and cover cost of on the bottle Mention TimE CENTRAL RECORD and n I mineU whi lJ U patron e for g awa enterprising theirhealth theirhealth sediment thattherelievingweak constitution druggists uponreceipt CoBinghamton ofthis loving preceding druggists want is Hemp breaking is in progress in this locality The wheat crop is loosing very wet in this suction Several shoats have been sold at 3e p r lb Mrs Rebecca Scott sold a fine fjv days ago for 4 03- JVof Deboc is teaching school at George McQaerrys at the present There will ba preaching at Mt Heb ron the 2nd Siiitlay inst Miss Mollie Eist and Mas James II Bailey are aeriousiy ill at this begs have b en playiii havoc with sheep in this locality the past week Several of the dogs were killed after an order had ben obtained from the magistrate for their lives So Steward Saunders was sent to Creek where he killed his first don After years of untold suffering from piles W Pursell of Knitnersville PJ was cured by using a single box of D Witts Witch Hazel Salve Skin diseases such as eczema rash pimples and slitinate sores are readjiy eared by this famous remeJy Stormes Drug Store 1m Incomparable Service The Queen Crescent trains are the finest trains run in the of Ken tucky Four unity trains to Cincinnati connect with the main or the Great Trank Lines of the North West and East TJiss is the lino parexcel lence to Washington New York Bos ton an I the East The Queen Crescent connects with every line out of Cincinnati- S T SWIFT P T A Lexington Ky W G MOKOAN D P A Lexing ton Ky Strikes Centre In his letter to the Stanford Jour nal Julge Hughes strikes the nail squarely on the head when he says Our people talk very flippantly of what we need in the way of public im provements but there are three things needed that would bring more happi ness to the people than everything else combined What we really need is more charity and less tattling more work and less loafing more practice and less theory Let the people try these things and they will almost see angel wings sprouting while living as they do they only taste of the bitter things of Perdition Last weeks paper may have suite you but there are others it didnit suit this weeds issue may not please you but there are others whom it will please Every issue of a newspaper receives its share of praise and coasure generally at a ratio of about 10 ounces of censure to 1 ounce of praise hue the editor quietly attends to his bus nesss says nothing and wood Somerset Reporter STONE mare- a writing Sugar H State highways Just so recently w saw Call at my store and we will how to Get Die of these Roasters Free Bring us your Butter and Eggs Will make you happy If you trade with us IANGDONS BREAD DAILY Groceries Cheap for Cash Fresh Oysters from Baltimore H M BAttOU explain IALL tnosc that the I Old Ttme I WOMrAf Should S Is the best Female Troubles Corrects all for Chajge ot Life and before ChiUBirtX Plasters 0d Tine Reaiia have stood thetest for twenty years by New Co Chat tang Tennessee I HEW LIVERY di I have purchased the S Walker stable prepared to furnish the jf Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice j J Special attention given j Commercial Travelers i RICE BENGE R KINNAIRDS Insurance Agency Representing Over In the following Fire Insurance Companies Etna of Hartford Queen of America National of Hartfort Phenix of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford North British and Merchantile German American of New York Liverpool and London aad Globe I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance NOTICE TO CREDITORS All parties having claims against the assign ed estate of W A Todd will the same to me at Vallaceton Ky or my attorney Wm McC Johnson at Lancaster Ky on or May 1st 1SUS This Feb gird 1593 GEO A BALLARD 4t Assignee W A Todd KNIGHTS OF PYTWAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellowshall All vis iting Knights are fraternally G B SWINEPROAD J E ROBINSON K R S FAIVC FOR SALE I will otter for sale In front of the Court House door in Lancaster Ky MONDAY MARCHES 1898 y farm on Dix River about l4 miles from Joel walker bridge Will sell 70 acres with privilege of M more if I uo desire Said in one boundary well fenced and plenty ofwater Jan 23 JS JERRY P BLAND SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO OF NEW YORK j Robinson Hamilton JtsOffice over Post Office j In Female Siould tY only r E Lancaster e l e II andam r iitil 57000000 COMPANY invited C C Easy Terms lutE and LIFEINIIRAN C II MARINE LANCASTER Irregularities organs Madb l orsalebq R Mcfobart r J KEe1rcaY OLD MAIDS Lancasters Old Bachelors Have Been ORDERED ARMSThe Crusty old Jays will meet in Mass Convention and endeavor to prepare some Antidote to the Old Maids Convention recently held in Lancaster Each member will give His side of the question and as some of their Experiences are Rich and Rare it has been decided to admit those of our citizens who enjoy a Good Thing A of 25 cents will be charged at the door seats reserved without advance at McRoberts store 7 TO t i r 1i Sidesplitting After Piece Biggest Show on Wheels J 1 j s ra ys s Court House this Friday Mgkt 4Mcli t 7 a t N ti s r Look Out for Street Parade All fan from start to last A BLOWING PASTOR Breathing Cheer anrt Hope lo All B Hsvers In Christ David Curing for the f Flock Absorbe His Ideas Expressed in Poetry Psalms xxiii 1 The Lord Is My Shepherd What with post and rail fences and our pride in Southdown Astrakhan and Flemish varieties of sheep there is no use now of the oldtime shep herd Such an one had abundance of opportunity of becoming a poet be ing out of doors 12 hours the day and ofttimes waIting up in the night on the hills If the stars or the torrents or the sun or the flowers had to say he was very apt to hear it The Ettrick shepherd of Scot land who afterward took his scat in the brilliant circle of Wilson and Lockhart got his wonderful poetic in spiration in the ten years in which he was watching the flocks of Mr Laid law There is often a weet poetry in the rugged prose of the Scotch shcp herd One of these Scotch shephprifc lost his only son and he knelt down iu prayer and was overheard to say Oh Lord it has seemed good in Thy providence to take from me the stall of my right hand at the tune when to us sandblind mortals I seemed to be jnost in need of and how I shall climb up the lull of sofFQW auld age without it Thou meyest keq but I dinna David the shepherdboy is watching his fathers They are pasturing on the very lulls where afterward a Lamb was born of which you have heard much the Lamb of God whicH taketh away the sin of the world David the shepherdboy was beauti ful brave musical and poetic lie often forgot the sheep in his Fever There in the solitude he struck the harpstring that is thrilling through all ages David the boy was gathering the material for David the poet and David the man Like other boys David was fond of using his knife among the saplings and he had the exuding of the juice of the tree and when he became a man he said The trees of the Lord are full of sap David the boy like other boys had been fond of hunting the birds nests and he hind driven the old stork off the nest to find how many eggs were under her and when he became a man he said As for the stork the fir trees are her house In boyhood he had heard the terrific thunder storm that frightened the red deer into pre mature sickness and when he became a man he said The voice of the Lord jnaketh the hinds to calve David the boy had lain upon his back looking up at the stars and ex amining the sly and to his boyish the sky seemed like a piece of divine embroidery the divine fin gers working in the threads of light find the beads of stars and he became a man and wrote When J consider Thy heavens the work of Thy fingers When he became an old man thinkingr of the goodness of God he seemed to hear the bleating of his fathers sheep across many years and to think of the time when he tended them on the Bethlehem hills and he cries out in the text The Lord is my shepherd Ii God will help me I will talk to you of the shepherds plaid the shepherds crook the shepherds dogs the shep berds pasture grounds and the shep herds flocks And first The shepherds plaid It would be preposterous for a man go ing out to rough and besoiling work to put on splendid appareL The potter does not work in velvet the serving maid does not put on satin while ing at her duties the shepherd not wear a splendid robe in which out amidst the storms and the rocks and the nettles he puts on the rough apparel appropriate to his exposed work The Lord our Shepherd coming out to hunt the lost sheep puts on no regal ap paral but the plain garment of our humanity There was nothing preten tious about it I know the old paint ers represent a halo around the babe Jesus but I do not suppose there was any more halo about that child than about the head of any other babe that was born that Christmas eve in Judea Becoming a man lie wore a seamless garment The scissors and needle had done nothing to make it graceful I take it to have been a sack with three holes in it one for the neck and two for the arms Although the gamblers quarreled over it that is no evidence of its value I have seen two ragpicl ers quarreling over the re fuse of an ash barrel No in the wardrobe of Heaven He left the sandals of light the girdles of beauty the robes of power and put on the besoiled and tattered raiment of our humanity Sometimes lie did not even wear the seamless robe What is that hanging about the waist of Christ Is it a badge of authority Is it aroyal coat of arms No it is a towel The disciples feet are filthy from the walk on the long way and are not fit to be put upon the sofas on which they are to recline at the meal and so Jesus of saving this world was rough work rugged work hard work and Jesus put on the raiment the plain raiment of our flesh The storms were to beat Him the crowds were to jostle Him the dust was to sprinkle Him the mobs were to pursue Him Oh Shepherd of Israel leave at home thy bright array For thee what streams to ford what nights all unsheltered He puts upon Him the plain raiment of our humanity wears our woes and while earth and Heaven and hell stand amazed at the abnegation wraps around Him the shepherds plaid Cold mountains and the midnight air Witnessed the fervor of Ills prayer Next I mention the shepherds crook This was a rod with acurve the end which when a sheep was going astray was thrown over its neck and in that way it was pulled back When the sheep were not going astray the shcp berd would often use it as a sort oi crutch leaning on it but when the sheep were out of the way the crook was always busy pulling them back All we like sheep have gone astray and had it not been for the shepherds crook we would have fallen long ago over the precipices Here is a man who is making toe much money He is getting very vain He says After awhile I shall be of all the world Oh my soul mt drink and be merry Business ljkdijuister comes to him What is God r Natnrf JJy Stephercl FurnIshes A Joruitrlll Theuo for Dr Talmae The text of Dr Talmztge Sundaywas anything I it sheep T es noticed imagination to- go pin a independent j S seen While Dud think toilS going to sJ with him Has any grudge against him Oh no God is tji owing over him the shepherds crook and pulling him back intp btter pastures here is a who has always been well Ila has ncvr had any sympathy or in valids them coughing voecz nuisances After awhile sickness comes vto him lIe does not understand what Gol is going to do with him He says ls the Lord angry with me Oh no With the shepherds crook he has been pulled back into better pastures Here is a happy household circle The parent dots not realize the truth that these childrn are only loaned to him and he from what source came his do mestic llessings Sickness drops upon those children and death swoops upon a little one He says Is God angry with me No His shepherds crook pulls him back into bitter pastures I do not know what would become of us if it had not been for the shepherds crook Oh the mercies of our troubles You take up apples and plums from under the shade of the trees and the very best fruits of Christian character we find in dcap shade of trouble When I was on tliu sterner coming across the ocean I got a cinder in ny eye and several persons tried to get it out very gently lyut Jt could not taken out jri that way I told that the cjjgjncer had a facility in such cases I vvcut tp Jjjjl He put his large sooty hand on nie iQolf a Jjnife and wrapped the Jid of the eye around the knife expected to be hurt very much but without any pniii nn 1 i he removed the cinder OU there are times in our Christian life when our spiritual vision is spoi and all gentle appliances Then then comes porno giant trouble and blaekliandod lays of us and removes that which would have ruined our visioa forever I will gather all your joys together in one regiment uf f n companies and I wiil put them under Cf Toy Then I will gather all your sorrows in one regiment of ten companies und put them under Cot Breakhoart Then I will ask Which of these regi ments has gamed for you the greater spiritual victories Certainly thu under Col In the time of war yc remem ber at the south and north the qUO r lion was whether the block troops would fight but when they were put into the struggle on both sides tliay did heroically In the great day of eternity it will ha found that it was not the white regiment of joys that gained your greatest successes but the black troops of trouble misfortune and disaster Where you have gained one spiritustj success from your you have gained ten spiritual successes from your adversity There is no animal that struggles more violently than a sheep when you corner it and catch hold of it Down in the glen I see a group of men lost sheep A plowman conies along and seizes the sheep and it seems as if it would die of fright After a while some one breaks the thicket lIe says Let me have the poor thing He comes up and lays his arms around the sheep and it is quiet Who is the lust man that comes It is the shepherd Ah my friend be not afraid of the shepherds crook It was never used on you save in mercy to pull you back The harcj cold iceberg of trouble will melt in warm gulf There is one passage I mis interpret The bruised reed lIe will not break Do you know that the shepherd in olden times played upon these reeds They were very easily bruised but when they were bruised they were never mended The shop herd could so easily make another one that he would snap the old one and throw it away and get another says it is not so with our When the music is gone out of a mans soul God does not snap him in twain and throw him away He mends and restores The bruised reed lIe will not break Next I speak of the shepherds dogs They watch the straying sheep and drive them back again Every shep herd has his the nomads Qf Bible times down to the Scotch herds man watching his flock on the Gram pian hills Our shepherd employs the criticisms and persecutions of the world as his dogs There are those you know whose whole work is to watch the inconsistencies of Christians and bark at them If one of Gods sheep gets astray the world howls With more avidity than a shepherds dog ever caught a stray sheep by the flanks or lugged it by the ears world lings seize the Christian astray It ought to do us good to know that we are thus watched It ought to put us on our guard They can not bite us if the vines until they produce better grapes The more you pound and rosemary the sweeter they smell The more dogs take after you the quicker yon will got to the gate You that different flocks of sheep have different marks uppn them sometimes a red mark a blue mark sometimes a straight mark and sometimes a ed mark The Lord our Shepherd has a mark for his sleep It is a red mark the mark of the cross Blessed are they that are persecuted for righteous ness sake for theirs is the kingdom of HeavenFurthermore consider the shep mountains in the summer anJ dwell wool was better than if they had been kept in the hot atmosphere of the shecpcot Wells w re dug for the sheep and covered with large stones in order that the hot weather might not spoil the water And then the shepherd led his flock wherever he would nobody his right So the Lord our mountains and in the winter to the valleys Warm days of prosperity come and we stand on sungilt and on hills of transfiguration and we are so high up we can catch a glimpse of the pinnacles of the heavenly city Then cold wintry days of trouble come and we go down into the valley of sickness want and bereavement and we say Is there any sorrow like unto my sorrow But blessed be God the Lords sheep can find pasture any where Between two rocks of trouble a tuft of succulent promises green pastures beside still waters long sweet grass between bitter graves You have noticed the structure of the j I God wan calls in forget the b stan t1 being fail JoN tf her P Hreu4h9 llt prosperity around- a the path think you Th- enble Shepherd dogfrom sharpknifemarjo- ram havenoticed crool shepherds sheepbeing disputed groundHe Sabbaths pthat ie g iy Tfl sometimes or clover top from the very narrowest And so Gods sheep can pick up comfort where others can gather none The secret of the Lord is with them that fear Him rich pasture fount aiufe pasture for all the flock of the Good Shepherd The hill of Zion yields A thousand sacred svect Before we reach the heavenly fields walk the golden streets Lastly Consider the shepherds fold The time of sheepshearing was a very glad time The neighbors gathered to gether anti they poured wine and danced for joy The sheep were put in a place inclosed by a wall where it was vary easy to count them and know whether any oi them had been taken by the jackals or The inclosuro was callel the sheep fold Good news I have to tell you in that our Lord the Shepherd has a sheepfold and those who were gathered in it shall never be struck by the storm shall never be touched by the jackals pf temptation and trouble it has a high wall 50 high that no troubles eun get inso high that the joys get out low giad Jlje pfd sheen will ba to find the lambs that left them a good many years ago Millions of children in Heaven Oh what a merry Heaven it will make nnny longmeter psalms there They will be the majority and will run away with our song carrying it u ip g still higher point of ecstay Oil there jvilj If children on earth clapped their haiwl gijd ilanuat fp faat will they dq when to the gladness pf ulijUlhoG po earth i ildlcl the gladness f phidhoqt iu IIcHvcn It is time we got over those morbid ideas of how we shall get out of this world You make your religion an un dertaker planning collins and driving hearses VUF V Sl01 spells of lh V vnsi pf funeral casket Rathe lot your religion tq day conic out am show you the iheepfpid that licit haq provided for you Ah you say there is a river between thii and that I know it but that Jordan is only for the sheepwash ing they shall go up on the other banks They fpi Jaw the Great Shepherd hoaivl TULsj voice long ago They are safe now onu fold and one Shepherd Alas fqr those vliq arc finally found outside the iuclpsurc The cjf their sii howls with jackals they arc thirsting fpr ieir lQod The very moment that a lamb may be frisking upon tho hills a bear may ba looking at it from tho thicket INTERESTING ITEMS ICELANDS geysers never shoot their water higher than 100 feet while sore of our Yellowstone geysers go more than tln ft tim s as high TIIE human heart is six inches In length fOur inches in diameter and beats on an average of 70 times per minute 4200 times an 100800 times a day and 80 792030 times in the CQUFSC of the year so that the heart of an ordinary man SO years of hits beaten times TIJK French loving entertainment so much are already talking of the they will give Monclik king of kings It is of interest to women that while MeneHk is on a trip around the world of kingdoms he has left the of his own troubled country in the hands of his queen EXPERIMENTS have been going on for past 12 years for the purpose of trying to learn something of the char acteristics of the Atlantic ocean as a great lOving Jody of water As a rc suit the whole Atlantic js shown to b slowly circulating round and round like an enormous pool IN China hens arc employed to lintel eggs These an sealed in an egg shell and placed under time ing hen for a few days until the spawn has warmed into life The contents cJ the shell are then emptied into a pool where thay can bask in li e sunshine until the minnows ara sir ng enough to be turned into a lake or pot 0 cannot 1 o iI I b JOY d Ji hall aoooOOOOOO reception car time fish shallow river dogs age unsusrec DESPITE the prohibition of any men tion of the matter by the Russian press it is no longer a secret that the people of Central and Southeastern Jiussia are suffering more from famine than even in 1S31 Thin its are feeding their thatched roofs to their starving cattle and t3rphufj and othei diseases are ravaging the enfeebled population A FKW days ago the Baroness da hirsch surprised the directors of thq Hebrew Educational alliance in Xev York city by authorizing her agent in Gotham to pay oil its mortgage oj S100003 on its building This revive interest in the substantial home for working girls being erected on Sixty third street New York It will be re membered that she gave 5200000 some time ago to build the home and an endowment fund of S12OOC per annum to maintain the same Tim oldest throne or state hair in existence is that which belonged tc Queen Ilatshepsu who lived about 1000 years B C This throne is now in the British museum It is made of hard wood and highly ornamented time carv gold filigree work and from these spring out as it were two cobras mod eled in silver The termination of the throne legs are well designed hoofs The back is inlaid with silvpr and there are other cobras enlacing the arms which are highly gilded- A MOTOII cradle is the latest domestic invention and a strongminded lady who has purchased one declares that if science goes on much longer with improvements of that kind there will soon be nothing left for her husband to do The thing is said to be a great advance on the handrocked article and can be worked with either eke tricity or petroleum The motion may accelerated or slacked by simply a screw and one great advan tage is that the berceau docs not cease swinging though the baby may be left in the room alone IT is now said that womens hair is becoming more beautiful in color every year and is also growingthicker and longer This is said to be due to the small light bonnets that women wear Certain it is that the air and sunshine improve the color and texture of the hair Sun bleaches the hair and beauties always dried their ruddy locks in the sun thereby getting that tint so much admired called Titian red Of course sunshine will not bleach but it gives a deeper color to all kinds of tresses and will dull brown hair PfattfrfC CUBAN OIL cures Burns Bruises Rheu tism and Sores Price 25 cents peas established throughoutRound I be darkhair Cuts turning Venetian brighten 42 SPIDERS At5t THEIR WAYS 3Iarie t Dl ter nic r in fJablt Pastes and Chmiota Shown We find as maike J tastes and vha actors among spi ders as among htiijan beings Some kinds prefer always Jiving in houses or cellars not seeming to care for any fresh air or outofrtoor exercise Jlr Jesse tells of two spicltrs that lived for 13 years in opposite comers of drawer which was useti for soup and candles Others delight in making burrows jii the earth in dwelling under stones or behind loose bark on trees and others live under water Jlauy never leave their webs but patiently wait hoping some insect will become en tangled in the snares they have set Others dash about and seize upon every luckless insect that crosses their path The most adventurous of all are those that sail put into the world on one of their own little threads Darwin of encountering thousands of them mummy leagues from laud when he was taking his famous voyage in the 1enjjli lie says The little aeronaut as soon as it arrived on board was very active running about sometinies letting fall then reaseending the same thread It could run with facility on the surface of the water Jn the bright autumn weal her if wg observe closely we nissy sqrrieinips BJMI some of our own small spiders ascent tlp tops of trees fences other high objects rise 011 their toes turn the spinners upward throw out a quinn tlty of pail vny They oau be seen plentifully tIne day in or November before tIme cold weather on Boston common They grasp the silken tlireu with their feet nut seem tc be enjoying themselves as niucli as the birds and butterftiys Afargarei Leighton in Appletqiis- j Popular Science Monthly Crtpt nersv JfprWrM tnjnrrd Foot t nii t ioi y Him of Kriomo It Is KiWoni that footbnU intu resort to I lie srlenru of physics to help win games lint such is the case at the Uni versity of Chicago Tn the game be ChAt Illinois tit oHfiV tiny full bntlc cap tun of the Midway team wis thought to have lint his left foot broken At nny mte it was so severely injured that time owner wjis ff rfp l U rttiro from hu jrprsehberfrcr is the most valuable man on the cam lull the idco of his being iinibJe n play igilr for Fouse time hums caused Director to se cure the heft for him llocently it was decided that the injured member should be siilvecteil to an X ray mi chinc Accordingly a picture of the foot taken by Prof C II Mann awl p Y Sfrntton of the department of physic nsslsfpij by Irs and Bayard Hoi HIPS Time experts relying upon time reports of the doctors fully exported to tint tvo or llircp bones broken Hilt the fitul football men are inclined to think that the nn doctors who treated the player Lotnfiviii Ky March 2 The Louisville the oldest German paper in the south c kbrateJ its fif tieth anniversary Tius ay by the pub lication of a goltl edition As it con tains 155 pages it is probably the largest German i npr ever published in this country It contains a complete history of time city of jjouisville state of Kentucky as Will as many interesting features cf the southern cojntry of the raper is printed in the English lan guage and a large edition will bj sent to the fatherland An interesting feature Is the fact that the foreign editiuu enclosed in a leather case and the name of the subscriber beauti fully lettered on the outride MURDER AT MAYFIELD J1 in habits the it to fJIIc miami any October l W t I IttI mid f1mc tar I r r I I no sighs of frmmtt mire Thc co iiti wP1H Iub- Iohi in I Pmt t 4 sri f not pad cart was Snegmt ire muumcuvtd I lit ugh I lit Irgm Ever ioumry Aim igm lit Sam Clark Shoots and HJortully Wounds 11 taraey chant shot and mortally wounded Stove II Carney of that city who is president of the Western District Warehouse Co which controls the best part of the trade in this end pf the state The mum had had words alout some Lusim ss matter and Clark went away lie returned anti called to the door of the office of the local Maylield warehouse miami Clark then decamped and escaped ar rest has u wife and family here Clark also has a family There is great indignation over Clarks deed in Mayfield and here Mayfield small Car lcr Carne Stem Tobacco pistol AU the Air Sterilized IJeforo Ertternff Sun Furnishes the Heat One of the oldest domiciles on earth is that recently erected at Yokohama by Dr W Van tier Ileyden the rioted bacteriologist P Utrecht amid Japan The doctors house is a dustproof air proof microbeproof building of glass It stands on the open unshaded grounds of the hospital of Yokohama The house is 44 feet long 23 feet wide and 17 feet high Large panes of glass onehalf inch thick and about four inches apart ore set in iron frames so as to form the sides of a cellular building block Of these blocks the walls are There are HP window sashes the air escape being through several small openings around time upper part of the second story but through which no air from the outside is admitted The air supply is obtained iron a considerable distance forced through a pipe and carefully filtered through cotton wool to cleanse it of bacteria To insure sterilization time air is driven against a glycerincoated plate of glass which captures all the microbes the The few microbes brought into the house in the clothes of visitors soon die in time warm sunlight with which the house is flooded The space between the glasses of the building blocks is filled with a solution of salts which absorbs the heat of the sun so that the rooms of this house are much copier than those protected by the thidkest shades In the evening the in tenor is heated by the salts radiating the heat they have absorbed tinning the day So effective is the system of regulating the temperature that a few hours of sunlight even in freezing weather will render the house habit able It is only when several cloudy days follow in succession that artificial heat is needed Then it is supplied by pumping in hot air Dr Van der They den thinks he has solved the problem of a complete germicide on a big scale T San Chronicle constructed further woolspares Francisco REPORT OF THE CONDITION BA CLOSE OF BUSINESS FEB 18 1898 PESOtTUCES Loans mimiC discount 2R2ll ItOverdrafts scoured and nnstCnred JT18 HO U S Jionds to secure circulation 60tM 00Stocks etc lSoa 00 IlaiikfiiKhoii4ofnr itnreaitd fixtures 11000 CO real estate nu t mortgages own ed 11236 01 Due from National Uiuik not Re serve A wnts lOJt 2 Due from State Banks mind hankers ll SChecksNotes of other National Itnnks till 00 Fractional paper currcncyuiekolscts S l Ki Specie U IJ 50 Legaltender notes r00 CO 20001 7Redemption Fund with U S Trolls urer Of of circulation 2i o CO Total 41CtHC g LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in fund Undivided profits loss expenses and Stito Hank notes outstandingDue JMie t State Jianks and banker Individual deposits subject to Certified 2S1 O Ut W 0 stAiKUrJVKNTUCKYtsOUNTrOFGARKAnaSS I M U KIXXAIKD Cashier of the abovenamed liink swear thatHtatoiiiLnt Is truo to the my tviul bolluf WM II KINS A5HDCushJer Bnli cribcil suoru to before me tl s 2duty of ilurch 1893 K KISNAIEI Public Commission expires January IGth IvOO Attest L BAVIDSQS Directors REPORT Cf THE CONDITION OF THE Citizens National QK LANCASTER KV AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS FEB 18 1898 Loans and discounts 11172 SO lauPremiums on tT S Bonds 000 00 Stocks lsuo 00 liunkinsbouse furniture and fixtures 8510 05 mortgagesownedDue from National Banks not Ke reseve Agents CSit K Due from State Hanks and Bankers 101 Due from approved reserve agents 137 Notes of other National 3j 00 Fractional paper currency nickles and cents 33 84 Specie SiW Q Legjilteiider note Tifi 00 iort2 oo Redemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation l12Ti 00 TOTAL LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 100000 00 iso W Undivided prollts less expenses and lfiJO 50 00Duohue to State liiuks find bankers i ti G St Individual deposits subject to check 78JtO i Certified SO 57 Tux Fund r1 J TOTAL 4 STATE OF KENTUCKY OF GARRAKD ss I II F Hudson Cashier of the above namedbank do solemnly swear that the above suitement is true to best of my knowledge andbelief B F Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this Ud day of March 1SUS S C DENNY Notary PublicCORRECT Attest LEWJS Y LEAVELL r T ION I OF LANCtSTEIt KY AT I I I OOOOO 00 itiooo 00 tOxes tmII to other is LItS t llclc k time best of lc e mill Xotllr Dank ft SGUIWtS securities dO mao CO SI 2 EIj PI tumxes t I Ii lIl IJSO DirectorJ or rums BflK lt l351 cheek 1lItC 1lh- Ttumi mId mibov I1u fimmid CoUNTY BATTLESHIP For the launching of the Battleship Kentucky at Newport News Va the Chesapeake and Oiiio Railway will make the following low round trip rates from Fonts From Lexington 1200 Winchester 1200 Mt Sterling 1200 Paris 1200 Frankfort 1275 Kiohmond 1225 Lancaster 1300 Stanford 132 and correspondingly low rates from all other Kentucky points Reduced Hotel Rates Lanll hill of t named h t U tile Reduced rates have been made at the Hotels at Newport News and at Old Point Comfort which is only a few miles distance and connected by Elec tric Car service No other trip ever offered as many SOUL STIRIKG EVENTS as does this one People from Inland Kentucky have the opportunity of witnessing combined and Navy life at the most historic spot in the United States THINK OF IT The landing place of the Jamestown rending his British forces the hattie of the Monitor and Merrimac and last but in the same the launch big of the Most PrarfBl Battle Skip of our Navy and it will be called Kentucky Ihiuk of it As soon as the date of Launching is MAKE YOUR PLANS sleepers will run from Lex ingtonFor information write or call on any agent or GEORGE BARNEY D P A LEXINGTON KY Wall Paper I have secured time agency for a lead lug manufacturer and have samples of an elegant line of Wall Paper and will be glad to order any amount par ties may desire Call at my residence and get prices tf Mrs F L Austin Arm CaptJohn cass publicity V cJ rare THE OF LEXINGTON KY cover ing a period of over 200 years The same principles govern both only WE pay while you LIVE THEY pay when you DIE the INVESTMENT features THEY protect in case of DEATH With them death is the moving factor causing the payment of t policy with us a definite and fixed mathemalical rule in lieu of deat matures the policy INSURANCE IS A LAW OF AVERAGE There is 110 reason why a man should die to reap the lien fit or his investment We return an average of 230 for every dollar paid us and yet v assume an obligation less than onethird as great as has been assumed and paid for years by the leading life insurance companies of America about twenty 20 per cent of the people arc insurable Only tht sorml call hy who least need its advantages can obtain life insurance Why should there not be a means provided whereby tLe odi r eighty So per cent of the population can carry an the same as the favored few who can get life insurance Our mis sion is to open the door to the entire population to enjoy the same or greater benefits for an equal or less expenditure considering the ad vantage to be derived and that those advantages enjoyed luring1 lifttby the one making the investment NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS That our plan is popular and based upon sound business pies is evidenced by our large and increasing membership as by our remarkable Exhibit of Growth See literature We court the clysest scrutiny and most thoroug investigation Xo statement made that cannot be verified by actual results Others Make Money Why Not You The endorsement given this Company by time investment of bankers law yirs merchants ministers doctors railroad men mechanics in fact men of business sagacity in every vocation an evidence of the soundness ofour system ACTUAL RESULTS AND OPINIONS OF OF OUR CER TIFICATE HOLDERS REV J V RUEV of Mortonsville Ky says I have had an investment in the Southern Mutual Investment Co of Lexington Ky for more than threeyears I have had 23 couons to mature by redemption which cost m2lethan 50303 and returned to me 141000 LEXGTOS KY September 10 1S97To whom it man concern This is to earthly that roy husband W F White about three years ago in the Southern Mutual Investiuant Co Since that time there have been 20 coupons to mature on which the Company has paid his estate cl0 19 Thes2 coupons cost his estate less than 70000 to mature them I am pleased with the investment he made and am still carry ing Gi coupons in the Company MAKV E WHITE A AgtNoLexington Ivy Kentucky aJ I SOlltIiBFll OUR PIAAN uPonVEoffer figureon OUR 1iIssrnN and investment may be of lifeis SOME Sn aster i 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Guaranteed longest Some featuresDurability Portability Interchangeable Type Doing The only Typewriter receiving Highest Award at Worlds Fair Im proved since Adopted by Western Union Telegraph Co UTSEAD FOR CATALOGUE AND TJSSTJJfOiVXdZS MOORE BROS Gen Agts125 E Fayette St 918 F St N W Baltimore JId Washington D C Alignment Queen Crescent Route Handsome historical lithograph ored birdseye view of Chattanooga Missionary Ridge Waldens Ridge and portions of the Chickamauga field as seen from the summit of Lookout Mountain Highest style of art On fine paper plate 10 x 24 Mailed lot 10 cents in stamps W C RISEARSOJT GenlPassr Agi Q CL Route Cincinnati O co lithographers t 5