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OF SrSffRIlTION IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER, j h i II u l N THE AMERICAN Plow . is made from Get vaccinated. Go to .the show tonisrht. Small pox at Rowland. Look at bottom ot page March came in Typewriter ,ffi "o. 3. O. 2 0 Lookout for the parade tolay. Vezl cilves wanted. Butler Fox. Small pox is getting nearer. a roaring lion. Fresh oysters" for sale at Norlhcott'sA' letter heads at this the best brands of car wheel iron Circuit court is in session at Stan- ow gear Largest line Plow's a a. I and chilled by the latest and best ford. J R. la sel c i. method. No pains are spared to New line Ca.icoes at S. T. Evans The best Disc Harrow on the marmake this the best and strongest Sic 'era'C ket, at G. S Gaines1. Wanted, liens at 5c per pound. Chilled Wow on the market. Try IJ. Northeott. Freezj out the crotkarwho w; All it and you will be convinced. stand up for his town. 200,000 trick for sale. Greening & parts interchanged with other Pence, Stanford, Ky. The best two horse wagon on the makes of the same numbers. market at G. S. Gaines'.-- , Wc print typewriter letter heads on J. R. Haselden. Lancaster, Ky. Col W.G. Welch. W. I. Williams excellent bond paper. Hags. Wanted, car load of Iron, Hones and IL 15. Northeott. )A garden Wanted, 1,000 hens. Will pay 5c per pound this week. B. Fox. y All kinds of weather this week, rain, snow, sleet and sunshine. Wanted! furs, hides, tallow. Sec us before selling. II. B. Northeott. , Hay and corn always on hand at Cyrus Easons, for retail. 4t Ail varieties of Landreth seed, in bulk, at Gaines". Stanford. Lancaster. nci Flower seed in bulk. Swieet peas only 5 cents, at 'Ihompson's. I will sell j'ou package coffee at 10c. Sugar at cost, for cash. T. Currey. :: WILLIAMS. Attorneys at Law, LANCASTER, XT. All business attended to promptly. BEAZLIT&BAU6HHAS. 3 UNDERTAKERS and dealer in 3 &c. Furniture, Carpets, Lancaster, Ky. Will go to Wanted, Veal Calves. country and buy. II. B. NorthcottY' Beginning with Feb. 10th our terms will be cash. J. C. Thompson. ) Clover, oats, timothy, bluegrass and orchard grass always on hand at For sale, Cora, by bushel, hay by Gaines. bale. 11. B. Northeott. tf J. A. Bjazley & Co., headquarters Get 'Km In On Time. for furniture carpets, mattings, wallSeveral good letters crowded out by paper and window-shadegetting to the office too late. "Buggy Horse' was acquitted by the I'lease Head. Louisville U. S. judge on the charge I would like to do your plain sew- of selling whisky on Battle How. ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. Mrs. W. J. Lumlram lietter. n The condition o! Mrs. W. J. Very little drunkenness in town is very much improved today. Monday. The boys seemed to be on their good behavior. Decorated art tissue paper for manMurdered at Murcellua. tle, lambrequins, lamp shades etc The expense account of farmers, by These are all new. J. C. Thompson. grinding plow points at C. K Poindex: i Corn Wanted. ter's. If parties wishing to sell corn will llourbon Steam Laundry. bring it to me at once, I will buy same. Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the J. W. Miller, Mgr. Pilgrimage DisBourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your tillery. orders at Sweeney's store. tf Sale or Kent. Salt! Salt!. I will either sell or rent my resiI have just recaived a car of barrel dence. It is in good repair and in a and sack s ilt that I am selling Cheap, good neighborhood. For particulars for cash. Store near depot. call on either W. II. Kiunaird or myJ. J. Bap.ton self. Marv K. Weisiger. Lan-drainov-25-t7 i I J:wae 1 l inevitable;: 1 11 BOMBARD THE CITY of Lancaster and Surrounding Country this Spring Season with LOW PRICES. We hav; bought and are now receiving the Largest and Most Complete line of Spring Clothing, Shoes, ever shown in the city. We are going to put forth all of our energies to make this the banner season of our experience. In buying our Spring Goods we Fougnt the Prices Down! with King Cash and want the people surrounding country to have the benefit It will be money in your vest pocket season before buying your Clothing, Furnishing Goods. of Lancaster and of it. to SEE US this Shoes, Hats, and I l S'. ::V, n t..--, co: .1 o : I have a. I IjJ to the eld sloc!r. a new colored woman uied .Monday and was buried 'J uesday by the "Woman's G. line of seasonable goods which I wi.l R.,"' a colored oranization. sell low for cabh. Cal. and see rao at the old stand. W. J. Romans is now receiving the ,7. C. JiDbiuson. argest stock of buggies, surreys and A thrill of terror ii csieriencd road wagons ever seen in Lancaster, and prices can not bj lower anywhere when a brassy cough of croup sounds ; u Kentucky. through the house at nih". But tiie terror soon chantrcs to rd ef after One Mais Off. Minute Cnugh Cure has b.'en ailmini-teLndic; are rj qnoted remove their d. Safo a- d hrnile. s "or children as nt the show tomnt. It isn't Storines" Diig S.ore. Ira a 11 iw.t garden in .front ght t ) s' f o:tc who lias pa'd j'islas n.u.'h ilia r.:uni!i;it im. as yo to s e th sho-.v- . Collector Yer'.res has niceive.l from ii e civil service commission at Was! I'ctter Co. m the result or 1 S 'ptember Col. J. Mycrr, Iirra has announce: for intt r.ial icvenue prs:-tiu- s n forcible language that tonignt will Lane stor people are reported isitivciv bj h's last appoaraaej b as f .llows: Gjo. I), l.usk, 8S J. H. M j.jr a Lancaster r.u Hence. ire McMnrtrv, SO; Jno. K. FaulcontT, 72.5 witi.'inair.l and Hugh Logan are esses to this declaration. Spring Aunounccmeut. I am receiving Spring and Summer 15 ig Tobacco Deal. John D. Harris sold last samples from four of the best Mereak to Louisville parties 50,000 lbs. chant Tailoring houses in America, cents- - and I will continue to sell at lower of tobacco at an average of 7 prices and smaller profits than you Richmond Register. can find elsewhere. Only the best l'ost Ollice to be Moved. quality of goods offered No shoddy. We understand the post ollice will Satisfaction, in cu"y particular, or no Warnar.i i.or . nd Brown have be moved to Gov. Bradley's Store pay. room on J.exingtou street wnen Air. the largest house n d the largest trade in the nati :i Compare gools and West takes cnarge. prices and von v. il- give me your order. llryant. 125 tickets will be On Mar. .: Mr. Joseph Bryant, a prominent and placed in 1. and each of niy custoinfluential citizen of Bryantsville, died mers, who ..jiigh good; during the Saturday, after a brief illness of stom- - season just can dr.nv for the ch trouble. lie was in his 55th year, number, which will get the i 'e pair respect of all who of pants, ofure-- :;s prniu:i nd enjo3'ed the knew him. D. Iiufiin:s, Agent. t"iin.v I.ixt. Tlio : .all I'oy Wc had a v r.!" :r 'rum a friend of Sn.i'! pix at Midalesbi.-- .! is growing the raar.--h - o; M . .iaj. ton a and worse arxl a ms.rbvr of oasshave hu r. Mis? Rue": . w liich took place last no in that section. They are reportel fion lov lr, but :t got mislaid. people as a have rejrjt Ourthe health h'jivm'c request responded oth prominent pe p'.c and to "s and been . ; that the article wa vaccinated, though some are to stub-lor- n to have work and A mill. tion- -. Reports were current Monday e If people would use the saiua was a case at Rowland and in spreading goo I things t ey that there one at Preachersville, but it turns out hear and know about people that they ba a mistake. There are so many o in heralding every hint or tumor of ti bad, the world would ba better off and Lancaster negros at Middlesboro that is great danger of soma of them the tattler ana faultfinder woul i have there past sure chance for heaven. S niJrslt getting bac'.c the quarantna line and here, and on this account cm'.n Reporter. alone o;r people shou'd be very Goose and Duck Eggs out of Sight. Tha usual croakers are say- Until April 1st, 189S I want all your ig "No dan jer" etc., but an ounce of rav.nt;on is worth ten pounds of cure goose and duck eggs will pa3 35c for ors2 eggs and 15c for duck eggs. n this matter, zn everybody should Bring them in and get the cash. Of- hava the work don. meat fice on Public Square, in Kei:u-5;y'righSin;; Stro!;!li. BfTr.EU ioxy shon. ( Adjt G:i. Collier, o: the K.'titu.'ky tate gnar.l. n. s given out the follow Received Into the Church. Rev. Crawford, of Danville, preached ing to a li 'Kington ivpirtor ru.ar.i-inS ji:: prospoc'iva troti. !o at the Prcsbvterian church Sunday morning, at which time the commun- - and the strength of ICentutk;: Wc have 1,30 ) men. r:uk and on services were held. lie also bap tized Misses Annie Hammond and divided into time leiT.ents. Co's-Rachel Henry, who joined during Rev. Gaither, Castleinr.n and S nith. Ihav are well cquippai wit'i cxf.iing and Faulconers meeting camping supplies. They ara we'l a:in- Children and adults tortured by 1, with the exception of canno i. W. burns, scalds, injuries, eczema or skin hava one battery of two or three piecdiseases may secure instunt relief by es and two Catling guns. Ihc ra. k using De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It and file is composed of the best younsr is the great Pile remedy. Stormes' men in the state, ranging from eighDrug Store. lm teen to twenty-fivyears, with a few e could molu- over the latter aire. Fire in the Country. ize the Kentucky troops and assemble The residence of W. II. Smith, near them at either Lexington or LouisLancaster, was destroyed by fire Mon4 ville in twenty-fou- r hours' notice.with day. The fire orignated from the ex- everj'thing ready for marching. I do plosion of a coal oil lamp. Some fur- not believe we will have any war with niture was saved. This was the house Spain. She has been trying to run a built and recently sold by Senator little bluff on Uncle Sam, and as soon George T. Farris. he calls her she will lay down her hand." For Next Sunday, Of Interest to Farmers. Elder Gowen's subject for next Sun day morning is "The Golden Chain of A free lecture on lertuizers was Salvation," illustrated by a large dia given to an ordience of farmers at the gram. Court House last Maoday. Mr. said that the problems of fertiBro. Gowen will also preach at the union meeting m the Presbyterian lizing the soil is to find out what ferti church Sunday evening, and has se lizing ingredients are suited to differ lected as his subject "A Scripture ent cropsand different soils. He said that some soils need lime, some need Valley of Dry Bones." phosphates, some need ammonia or nitrogen and others need potash, and Good Show at Stanford. Col. Walton has booked at his Stan that still others need a combination of ford Opera House for next Monday these materials. He said that the evening the splendid attraction, Josh blue grass soils contain enough phos ua Simpson. The troupe comes rec phate and perhaps enough lime but ommended as being far above the av- thay lack nitrogen and especially pot erage, and thosa of our citizens who ash. He said that the reason why wish to see it, should drop a postal to fertilizers have not, as a rule, given Mr. Walton, who will gladly see that good result in the blue grass region is because they contain too much seats are reserved. phosphite and too little potash and be in salectinsr fertilizers advised Club. to s?lect those which contains a liber An exchange snys: clubs are being organized in many al percentage of potash. He said that towns. The members pledge them- tobacco and corn fertilizers should selves to incur no debts, and to pur contain 10 par cent, potash and wheat chase only such goods as they can pay 'ertilizers about 5 per cent. Oj Mon cash for. The whole country should day night he again lecturad, using a be organized into one great club of stercoptican to illustrate. this sort, and prosparity will make its appearance, never again to depart. The Royal is the highest grade baking powder 4 r. I -- 9 fid ESC r--' m & TLivinnr purdirtslicd of W. T. West liis stock of Dry Goods, .Notions, Clotliinir, TT:;ts, I'unsi.-liin-g Goods, hoots and shoes At a liig enables u to offer you goods in this line at .Remarkably DiM-onnt- y , 5 int Low Vice 5 Gome EarlY and - Bet Firs OlinioE. 4 This stock must be closed out At Once in order to make room 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 pi lines of Dry Goods House! We will carry Up-To-D- ate Press 9 cobs, (Crimmings, i : p. abies? 5um5nS5 that will enable us to car- xv-- lo-ii- d and, in fact, everything hat goes to make up a First Class Dry Goods House. In doing this we ask the support and patronage of the people of Lancaster and Surrounding Country. With your aid Ave di'.i-;nc- i 6 9 We promise ry a well selectetl stock in this line. at all times to do the best in our power to merit We propose to your favors BUY for CASH and SELL for CASH ONLY. By doing tliis we can bring to the consumer prices that will at all times enable them to supply their, wants close to the Manafacturer's cost. can build up a business r. 1 h. Tie Logan AT W. T. g iff lesis lo. W3TJ3 OL D STAfclQ l f.. . v exu.llcnt letter from IIrj,ants- So...!irra I'.icIUc Co.' To Kepe-.iot i:: too latn for pub!:calioa. "i:t t.T. T'KAXurmrr. Ky.. March 2. Mr.Stout. Cnpt. V. h.'a Is able to be at his case of Woe. ford, democrat, introduced a. n Tim ilECo::.) fii c. lie has about proposing to bill in the IuA'.e ul.y recovered from his recent illness. repeal the charter of tlu Southern PaAn 1I- e Our colloctor is loaded for be ir, and will certaiuly eaU upon those in ar e must get nil ot'a lew rears. we owe and to do so will need every cent owing us. lei-lo- cific Co., and declaring l'rof. Skinner Head. Prof. Skinner, principal of Hamilton C Lege, Lexington, died this week a a brief illness. The school will be con lined by Mrs. Skinner. Prof. Skin ner was principal of Garrard college several years ago. Cliurcli Social. Mc-Na- ir rs kaowa. L1M k Buffalo Roller Mi Us. Actual testa show it goeseae-thkfarther thoa ay other bread. d ROBIHSDH. i Paint Lick, Ky cost money to advertise and we do not advertise for fun or pastime, but mean business, strictly. We do balieve 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 was good it is a rare exception that we fail to give our customers 34 lbs. of our fault lass 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 come again. We are pre pared to exchange flour every day ex We guarantee our flour ceptSanday. just like we do when we sell it. If it is not good return it and we will satis BUBNAM & RUCKEB. fy yox , It ii POWDER AbMtaftlyPHr HOVAL kAKIMQ POWOCR The ladies of the Aid Society will give a churcli socu.i at tne unristian church next Wednesday evening bc- inning at 7 o'clock The Kkcokd is requested to say that all members and or sisters'" of the church are urged to be present. No admission charged and light refreshments will be served. A 1MB Court Day. Farmers and traders say Monday was tne best court uay they have scn for many months. Trading was good in all branches, except horses, and good prices were realized. There were probably 553 cattle on the streets, nearly all changing hands. The rrrcatest demand was for ht steers and as much as 5c was re alized on some bunches. Heifers sold to 3 from 3 yearlings and two- year olds 4 so 4 butcher stuff 2 to 2 There was no demand for plug horses, though several parties were on the lookout for extra good ones, at from Some mules changed han-JS50 to S"5. Heady 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, hardware, queensware.and in fact, everything kept in an "up-to- date" general merchandisa store. Also a nice line of furnitn e and Undertak ers goods. Our terms are cash, or will take in exchange for goods all kinds of country produce, for which we will pay the highest market rrice, and will sell goods as cheap as you can buy them in the country. It will be to your interest to see us bafore ouying elsawhere. Give us a call. Very res pectfully, E. L. Jennings & Oo., Paint Lick, Ky. 3 an emergency because of the refusal of said company a franchise tax. Thern to pay the state is not enough of the session left to o make probable, if possible, the of any bill introduced at this stage. l!i:counter With a l!nr;!ar. Short- Mt. bn:i:i.iNO, Ky.. March lv a'it.r mldi.ight Charles Thomas, son of the proprietor of a store at Kwing- a man crawling through ton. the window, lie raised up in his bed. when th burglrr mad-- - at him with an ax. Thcmn raised his pistol and lircil murderer. two shots at his would-b- e but both fehots missed. It frightened the robber away however, and he left his hat and ax in his hurried escape. of the Legislature. To Watcli tho W.nil-t'- p Fkankfort, Kv., March 2. The fol lowing delegation of Covington and Newport officials arrived Tuesday night to watch the closing days of tho session: A. L. Rjuscher, Jo?. Uetz and Fred Miller, of Newport, and Gus Mcnninger and W. Ei Miller of Covington. Mayor Ithinock and Joe Pugh were also here Tuesday looking after some Covington matters. lstui leputy. Richmond, Ky., March 2. Neal Bennett, assistant cashier of the Farmers' national bank, and a nephew of State Senator John Bennett, has been appointed" by Collector Ycrkes as stamp deputy here, and will take charge when the revenue office is removed to Danville. The place is worth from 5C0 to SS00 a year. pas-sagdisc-v.-re- March 2. Mrs. Ky., Kate Thompson, of No. 837 Third street, fouqd her diamonds, valued at gl,500, in an ash barrel Tuesday morning. They had been thrown in'the fire by a careless servant. The jewels were damaged to the extent of about Diamonds iu Ash Barrel. Louisville, 5500. Church Contorted Into a Theater. Lexington, Ky., March 2. The old Main street Christian church, erected more than half a century ago, and in which the founder of the Christian denomination, Alexander CamplcH, held a famous debate, has been converted into a theater. Aged Woman raralyzed. KicnMOND, Kj, March 2. Mrs. Hamilton Norris, aged S5, one of the oldest women in Central Kentucky, was stricken with paralysis at College Hill and died. Saicided In Ills Garden. Oddville, 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 Padaeah. CO., NCW VOMC TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE BAT. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All Druggists refund the money If it fails to Care, 30 ceuia. Paducah, Ky., March 2. A distinct but light earthquake shock felt here at 11:30; very perceptible in southern end -. of citv. CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY XODXS Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. SOKEMonths. YFAB, IK ADVANCE " " " .... 1.00 fO a FRIDAY, March -- 4, - 1898. 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 Maine exnlosion. it is believed, has been gathered. It is not probable however, that the Court's report wji 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 States battle fchip 'J he evidence came principally from Cubans. In line with the plans of Mr. Mc Kinley, Secretary of State BJierinan yesterday, in conversation with sever al Senators in Washington, said that if the explosion which wrecked th Maine was not in the interior of the battle ship Spain would be held res ponsible, and that an indemnity would be demanded. Mr. McICinley still be Jieves that the affair can be suttled through the medium of diplomacj'.and has declared himself opposed to war. To meet emergencies wh'ch may arise however, precautions will not be re fcteps are being taken to laxed. fctrengthen the defences of New York city by submarine explosives. Ex perts say the cily is now fairly safe but rap:d fire guns are needed and the supply of powder low. Secretary of the Navy Long has ordered the monitor, Terror, to pro ceed from Hampton Boads to New York Harbor and remain until further orders. It is proposed that the moni tor Amphitrite shall be placed to pro tcct Charleston and Port Royal, the Pur.tan to protect Baltimore. Wash mgton, Kiclimond and Norfolk, and the Mianhonomoh to protect Philadel phia. Measures have been taken to replen ish the magazines of the and an appropriation which would be sufficient to obtain a large supply of coal has been asked for. It seems however, that the 1,500 men requested by the Navy Department will not be forthcoming for a week or more yet Justice Harlan, of the United States Supreme Court, in a lecture in Wash ington advised coolness in the pres cnt situation. If the Maine disaster turns out not to have been'accidental, he said that "we will not hear any more of North, South, Eastor West; no more of republicans, democrats or populists. We will hear only pf Americans. " El Tiempo, of Madrid, prints an ar ticle pmrporting to have been written by Lieut Commander Sobra', 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 tne Mississippi to the Atlantic. How could they maintain a fleet in the wa ters of Caribbean without ownine an island which would serve them as a base of operations?" A special cable to the New York Iler aid from Madrid says that a Ministe rial atatement declares that the dis aster to tne Maine, even if caused by a malicious hand, is not a good cause for disturbing friendly relations be tween Spam and the United States. The Ministers are jubilant over the outlook, and are awaiting good news from Cuba, the tenor of which they already know. The news from Ha vana published in the United States causes much surprise in the Spanish capital. meL-of-iv- Havana is quieter now than she has teen at any time since the Maine disaster in her harbor. The first week's Gov. Bradley, having been officially not.fi id in regard to the launching of the battleship Kentucky, has issued the following proclamation, which is notified Kentucky will ba launched at Newport News on the 24th of March next at 10 o'clock a. m. the people of Kentucky are now reqiestel to show by their patriotic action on that occasion that they are not unmindful of the compliment bestowed on them and the State. "Having thtt the great battleship been definitely William O. Bradley, "Governor of Kentucky." All I ills that go to the Governor after today will be at his mercy, as Prepare for Cyclones! By Insuring your Houses. hopeless. Someone lli'ftf " commended then re- ELECTION BILL. S.S.S, and though little hope remained, she In the It is stated ut Washington that the An Attempt to t'orco lis J'a;:s:p begun it, and ail improvement was noLoss ot Friends ui Home liesullcd lu protests from G. A. R, posts and from ticed. The cancer commenced to heal and the Measure. ther sources against the appointment wueu sue iiau uikcu scvuuu ooities it Fi!A.S)!'oj;r, Ivy., Feb. 30. At the of Leslie Combs as Pension Agent at disappeared puiirely, and although sev- hpusp an at afternoon session of tlje Louisville have induced the president tempt to abandon the regular order of the diseass has ever returned. to subject the matter to a futher con- busitiG.vt and foroo the passage of the sideration, although it had been fully double election or ''force" bill rosnlturt determined that Combs should be ap- in the loss of two of the friends of the measure. On a test vote 51 of the 100 pointed. S.S.3. sftiarantced purely vegetable) members voted against the measures, is a real blood remedy, and never fails Hox. Fontaine 1",ox Boshiit, of Crab fin entities do Jiot believe they fan to cure Cancer, Eczema, Rheumatism passagu lytiny diiys longer Scrofula, or any other blood disease. yrcnard, who represented Lincoln prevent lh The IJ'l:s Passed by the House. but they believe it is killed or can bo Uur books purity iH Ky., March 1. Legislature some years killed by more waste of time and by Fi:axkfoi.t, The ago, has announued his g.indidacy for expiration of the session before it can house .Monday, under a suspension of will be mailed, free lo any i: the Deuiocraie nomination for Con bu'prto&tt'i over Fto. and put into ef- - the rules, took up a spnato Swift bills und forced their passage Specific gress in the Eight district, on condit Co., through the house. They will get back Muta Ga.. ion that e,vlov. James B. McC eary ERADLEY'S VETO governor in time to be passed from the does not make the paco, Will Put a Quietus on the Itallroad Freight over a veto. They make the Third and The following editorial, clipped from Kate ljilj, Klghth conjrre.Nsional districts artd the ANOTHER MayfielJ negro has been FlJAXKi-onr- , Ivy., jfeb. SS. The Mer Third appellate court district more the Courier Journal, sums up the pi ins. taken in hand by a mob. This one Chord railroad freight rate bill will be certainly democratic. jf the United Slates iu case o war " wiijpping ma a war vetoed by Gov. Bradley Monday. with Spain; Street Hallway Sold. iven is not ning to leave town. Since the hanr Tl9 information In snite pf the hot war fever it is surBowling Gnr.LX, Ky., March 1. Thp. Out by tlip jjoveynfjr, but thera Bowling Gropii street vaita'ay was sold prising how few have any delinite idea ing of a negro burglar at Mavfield , is no doubt about its rcliabilitj-- . Monday lio.v a war with to by carried last Wednesday night about twenty- afternoon at the sale of the nve negroes have been warned to leave The opponents of the measure say master commissioner, the Fidelity on. '1 hi3 is the more worthy o.' notice b causo as a iu e, a war, Hue a newsthere i no chance to pass it over the Safety Vault and Trust Co,, of the town and have done so. veto in the senate, us it only received, ville, liceomlng the purchaser. Louis paper, is something which every body The Knows how to conduct except tne me.i IS votes originally, and two of those price paid was S2!3,:;r0. The trust com- actually assaying the task. nnooping cojigji is the most dis will vote against overriding the veto, pany had a mortgage lieu for almost It is generally assumed that it would and it takes 20 votes to knock out the twice this amount. tressing malady; but its duration can be miinly a naval war, but this not be cut short by the use of One Minute Veto, The ISronston prison commisso certain, It i taken for granted Lexington's New Courthouse. bill will be that Spain would not cough Cure, which is also the best sion believed it canvetoed Tuesday, but Lexington, Ky., March 1. The Fay land troops in the U.iitedundertake to be pat&ed over the it is known remedy for croup and all lung veto. cue county uscai court .lonuav atter- - a view of penetrating into States, with the interior, and uronclual troubles. noon accepted the plans of Messrs. because oi the practical certainty th.at Stormes Kentucky 1'ensioiiers. Lehman & Smith, of Cleveland, O., for they would never get back. This Drug Store. Wasiiixgtox, Feb. S. The followiim the reconstruction of the courthouse.. would not prevent attioks upon weak ng- pensions were granted to nouns in near iSatunlay; Original tiecrge The plans are for a S150.000 fireproof the nemyr were tne coast, prav.ded MARKSBURY. not Kept too buv. ISorntraeger. Louisville, 0; Jtifdiiird building. The Canton (().) !ridge po. cisawhere to permit him to indulge in will, it i.i said, get the iron and steel h sort Williams, Bowling of pastime. The ditficuity in it J. T. Cecil sold J. W. Poor a nice Williams, Paducah. Green, SO; 15.Lewis work. S; Harvey Gill, o nveying troops across the ocwui in bunch of hogs at 3 per lb. Jiegro Pardon fct.iinN Up tor Sp'tin. Cumberland, $10; Win. Noland, Louisthe face of a hostile Ueet might preLouisville, Ky., March 1. Pastor vent any invasion of Spa:n by our Nelson Bogie, of East Hickman, has ville, 0; Daniel .Mario w, Lot, 0; Win. Caddie, of the colored Baptist church, troops, lint with Cuba the case is moved into the house vacated by Mr. C. Vonover, Owensboro, S'J. Restoration and Increase Charles Hedge, Lud- in his sermon, urged the Negroes to dilfe ent Cecil. 'ihe distance from Florida to Cuba is low, to 12. Original Widows, Etc. light for Spain instead of America, Leslie Pollard and wife has moved Koihronia Uoodmaa, Meeting Creek, because, he said, Negroes are not well so small, that a lew hours' steaming into Miss Ruth Aldridj e's tenant treated li re. Iu n. confirmatory inter: would pertn't the landing of American house. view he says he would kill an American trojps on the island under tlu Quarantine at 1'enitentlary. n of cur warshins. The FjtAXKFOirr, The farmers in this community have Kj, Feb. 25. The peni- in preference to a Spaniard. uau aireuuy au wiey can do to hold Child liurned to Death. men own viieve against tne insur tentiary officials are preparing to take engaged tKeir lambs for 3 50 per head IIOPKTNSVILLK, Ivy., Feb. 2S. Edn gents, and tne coming of our troops in steps to quarantine iigriinst prisoners and for 5c per lb. daughter any considerable numbers would make sent here lrom Lausel and other cabU Randolph, the J. T. Cecil has moved to the house ern Kentucky counties, where small- of Joint Randolph, residing ne'ir this tiiv; ium i iuu uut iu iiom lii.'tn. ix iva- on Andrew Rice's place, adjoining the pox prevailsT Dr. Bruner. penitentiary city, was burned to death, her clothing na would necessarily fall either as the prey four fleet, land he purchased from J. C. Boner. physician, Thursday night wired Lau- having caught lire from an open stove, land side or both assaults from the combined. This acShe complished, Last week a son of Bean Burnside, rel count' oflicials to withhold a batch Hear which she was playing. the war would probablv-p-ocres-s but a on the ocean until one or the while splitting shingle blocks was so of prisoners who were to be sent here. lived peeled few minutes, lu places the from the bones. ilesh It is also probable that cth r nivy was hors du comb.it. unfortunate as to amputate his foot be asked to quarantine the city will against the Sj far conjecture is easy enougli, K!ection 1'itl P.issei the House. with an ax. counties mentioned. Fn.YNKFOKT, Ky., Feb. 2S. 15y the uuuga n migni possibly be very lar Miss Georgia Henry; of Lancaster, iuii, woutu actually Jiapren. Surrerclernl to the Authorities. decisive majority of 15 the Goebel ii in Hut question visited Miss Annie Perkins, last week. Mt, Sti:i:i.ixo, Ivy., Feb. 20. Millard election bill was passed through the w ulthebe handled how the tyo "navies I is Alfred Boner, of Danville, spent Sun- Anderson, who knocked Henry Haw- hcu.ie Saturday, alter a long and ex- so i .u le. Would tlie ono ? im littl.. Span: li navy b day with his parents.Mr. and Mrs. J. kins in the head Wednesday evening, citing session. conn ntratid at Il.iv.ma, or about th C Boner. coast o: Cub:i, to fiiriit it out with nr Postmaster a Ma Held, Ky. Miss Mary Chesnut, of nearly killing him, surrendered to t(ie The examining trial was Washington, Feb. 20. The president ships, or to prevent the landin"Boyle, is boarding with her sister, authorities. f troop-,It Mrs. Charles Burdett, and attending continued until Monday, March 7. Friday sent the name of W. S. Mason would do is not so certain that Spain that. She mu'ht have the Hawkins is in a dying condition. An- to the senate to be postmaster at Mayschool at Mason sohool house. Messrs. derson's plea will be sagacity to perceive that Cuba could beIvy. nqtbeeit'eatuatlv protected, and might P. T. Pettusa.d K. Stewart, of Crab cause at the time he struck Hawkins, lield, profer to order her navy to prey'on Indication of Foul V':i) Orchard, attended church at the Fork the latter was attempting to draw a WiLLIAjiSBUTio, Ky,, Feb. 20. Win, our commerce, or attack such of our Sunday, and were entertained at Mr. pistol. Kllison, an old settler and one of Whit' seaboard cities as appear likeh' to of- F. K. Sutton's. Misses Florence and Mall llelil lVmhiijj a Decision. icr out a leebie resistance. Our for- ley's most prominent citizens, Lexixotox, Ivy., Feb. 2S. The mail hunting, and when he failed to started 'n commerce carried Marie Dunn, who have been visiting return American 1' is not verv undor Hi.. extunsiv friends and relatives near Teaterville, of the defunct Bluegrass Building and lit night, search was instituted. Fri- b t there are sfll a numb'er of steamreturned to their home last Mondar. Loan association is being held by Post- day morning his body was found in a ships that would make valuable prizes master McChesney pending Judge deep ravine. Indications are that there Miss Bertha Ham and brother, of Jes it the Spaniards could eatoh thojn Barr's decision as to whether it shall samine, visited their cousin, Miss Flor be turned over to President J. W. Por- has been foul play. It is said that Upsides the entire coastir.ir trad is there were several contusions on vari- u .der the American fl ig, and that in ence and Marie Dunn, Haturda' and ter, representing the new board of di the aggregate must amount to :i crnn-Sunday. Mr. Chas. Kuhlwan, of Camp rectors, or to Bishop Clay, who was ous parts of the body. deal. The number of cities that could b destroyed by bombardment bv a To Abolish the Hoard ot Initialization. iseison, visited his parents a part of made assiJni;e by the old board. Fkaxkfokt, Ky., Feb. 25. The II 'et. or put under contribution in last week. Offer Srrvipes lo tiovernnient. FiiAXKi'oitT, Ky., Feb. 25. Gov. Bradr house Thursday passed the bill abol- avoid such a fate, is a disagre a'lle et to contemplate, without going ley Thursday received letters from ishing the state board of equalization subj pavtiyulars. FLATWOOD. into O. course, oar ppnst- Francis B. Douglass, a lawyer of Dan ly a big majority. def.- nse vessels an such other portions of the navy as were not nee I id for Jilted Lover's Suit. v. ii. fcurrsold a calf to J. C. Fox ville, and Robert W. Wooldy, formerlv of Lexington, but now connected with Louisville, Ivy., Feb. 25. In the other purposes would do ba,t to for $24.80. the New York Sun, asking that their city court Thursday Mrs. Geo. "Wheeler head olt nn such attacks, but our Dow Parks and sister", Susie, have pn.mc.5 be enrolled on the first company was dismissed on the charge of obtain s'lips could not be evervwhero, and pf volunteers organized in this state in ing goods in the shape of presents the Spanish ships, if thev eluded our returned from Williambur ' school. navy, wonl I be ablj tosleot their from her lover by false pretense of Jonn Merryman and family of Illi the event of war with Spajn. own points at whjeh to strike. ended marriage. Thp charge wqs pret Argument in the Contempt Cate. nois, have moved to their old place Tho notion that Spnin would be Fkaxkfop.t, Ky., Feb. The Cov jerred by her lilted lover, llenry Mey- aidtjlbyany otliT European rower near nere. ington contempt cases were argued ic ers, is rather Franc to which We are having some nice weather the court of appeals by Judge O'Hara Spain has been looking, already has Murder at Ford, Ky. for plowing and the farmer are mak and Charles II. lske lor the council- i Richmond, Ky., Feb. 25. At Ford, chestnuts enough in the fire; so have ing good use of it men and Judge Charles J. Helm for near here, Wednesday night, Alex. (Jermany and Russia.-- barring conMr. Hutchings, of Pittsburg, Laurel Judge Tarvin. A decision is not ex Pence killed James Smith by striking tingencies of an inprobable character, ti e fight would be county, has bought the old Henry pected for several da3"s. him on the head with a pistol. Ofl'.cers the United States. between Spain and homestead near here for SI, 000. ure searching 'for Pence who is evad res'ilt there can be noOf the ultimate Sunday 11111 Defeated. doubt, but it is Fkaxkfokt, Ky., Feb. 20. The bill ing them. quite possible, even nrobablp. thnl. James nankins, of Cartersville, has this country would sustain verv great moved into W. H. Furr's tenant house to prohibit Sunday baseball playin GENuriAL ASSEMBLY. losses, it may be added that Spain Is except in cities of first and second class and will run a blacksmith shop. .was defeated in the houss Friday. Parly Canca Will A rain He Itesorted to too roor to piy an in lninity except uy ueii.uy lliua. in Piisliiii" Appointed to a CadetKhln. .iio till4 to The Don't annoy others by your coufh . vra Versailles, Ky., Feb. 2S. Walter FitA.MvFt iu-- March a. Sux imporUmt ing, and risk vour life bv npirWrirto- - n oer the v.rlous party cold. One minute Cough cure cures Smith, of this city, has been appointed mcasuies pending in the legislature are inure complica'.cd every li ur. The cougns. coids, croup, grippe and all to a cadetship at Annapolis by Con fates of the railroad bill, the inrot and lung troubles. Stormes gressman Settle. prison bill, and the Goebel election bill urug ore. im interwoven In the Race. .fire all Still that no one can Lexington, Ky., Feb. 25. Maj. P. P. toll the outcome. They may all' be deVines feated or they may passed over the veJohnston, wlien asked what founda- toes. It depends onall beaction of the caucuses tion there is for the report that he that u-- bclnjf called the the two on named would abandon his race for governor, bills. Ihe resolution providing fcr payir.s; idiot claims said: "The talk about my getting out expiration for the tlpic elapsing between the The Blue Grass Nurseries offer of and the oMhe race for governor is an inven- time the new the hint inquest rerlod adopted. everything for hiQue.it was held was Orchard, Garden tion of those who would like to see me The bill to require assessors in cities of Hrst and Lawn. No Agents. and second classes to assess intangible propout I am in the race." thert. would uotlii time to pass them over his vato, aad he is said to Jiave oa tin? ve put an unusualy keen to ax. Of the important bills still pending the bill to abolish the .Louisville Executive JJjards and the Chinu Pure Food Bill are still in the orders of the day in the 11 usj, and both have TOBACCO COMBINE. yet to pass the Senate; theChiun .School Book Bill, or the Bronston substitute, ,OOOI:ti- W. H. Tate Files :i Suit for SI has just passed the senate, and the Orr H' at Louisville. 0. W. I. i'eb. Lorisviu.n, Leaf Tobacco Bill is tied up .in the Tate filed suit Friday afternoon for Senate. 125,000 damages. The defendants are the Drumnioud Tobacco Co., of St. Asked bp a Washington leporter for Louis; Wilson, McNally it Co., Liggett" views on the Main horror. Conhis fc Myers, P. J. Surg & Co., and the said: "All I know is Harry "Weissinger Tobacco Co. gressman up. Whether The plaintiff claims he was compellthat the Maine was blown by accident or otherwise, 1 am uuab'e ed to close his tobacco warehouse in to say. I think the Administration is this city because of a boycott of the compose the Manufull3' com petent to handle the matter defendants, who Buyers' association, and throughly understands interna facturers, and the trade in leaf and which contf'ojs. tional law and the precedents in audi manufactured goods, te claims that cases. I have no doubt that it will before the dofondunta combined have the courage to maintain the na- against him his business gave him a honor and if necessary defend profit of SJ5.000 annually. tional ela FROM ALL OVER THE STATE. tS 3 tS taw Of A New Line of ?T7 1 V5k t ;s s si js33 sro Clia 3-s C; 3 5fc7" A MOB At MayflcM Administer K, it racter. M.wriKi.D, 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 senL Saturday night a mob of 20 men went to tlie home of Noah McRcynolds, a Negro yuuth, and administered 20 lashes with a whip. After the whipping the mob told their victim to leave immediately, which he did. Other Negro homes were visited, but the men could not be found, Seveva oilicers have been placed on night duty to prevent further trouble. Wa It Jlurder or Suicide? NnwronT, Ky., March 1. The front room of the cottage, 71J Ann street, this city, was the Scene pi a probable tuurucr at somo hour Sunday afternoon. The victim was John Abers-felle5.0 years of gj Wll Wfls oiely lioted through a report that he carried large sums of money on his pcrsou. Not since the Pearl Bryan murder have the authorities been si mystilied as to whether a .terrible crime has been committed or whether the- yio.tim. ni-- 't death ut his uyn lianits. r, ir Lashes to a Num-li- Mr. A. II. Cransby, of 158 Kerr St., Memphis, Tenn., says that his wife paid no attention to a small lump which appeared in her breast, but it soon developed into a cancer of the worst type, and notwithstanding the treatment ot mi the best physicians, it continued to spread and grow rapidly, eating two holes in her breast. The doctors soou pronounced her incurable. A celebrated New York specialist then treated her, but she continued to grow worse and when informed Orders taken for that both her aunt itritlilmAllmrlio.l '2?'3vdied from cancer ho mw1 is Breast Also T Variety ot iff Torm midh sMUOffv DflflFC1 S3 it all Foreign orDomisUc 31m :i:n:es or Ite'.v.spail 12. v i J W. Lillaril. Jho. 15. Stout. '77 g blOViZ, A Real Bloc4 Remedy 9 .lieifiejiyeajs Stationery, Paints, Oils, Stc. v lu a- gefrj-jiuinde- P!0 km Iiidelifed To tha People of Lancaster and Garrard Cgu For Much of onr and we appreciate it. Don't fail to call on us. We Guarantee Satisfaction. Send to us for ti as for H BHS3 ana FF3, If lUr3 t ormsfi well Leading Bhns andFurnisMngHnuse Danville Ky. For CasM yS. y EEAZLEY, L-- Teeth ailed aad extracted with I have concluded to sell strictly for cash, and will not deviate from the Work a specialty. Office oxer J. R. Haselden's hardware store, nen to Coar: House, Lancasrule. Ily having no outstanding ac- ter, Ky. counts or bad debts, I will be able to ORGANIZED 1883. sell much cheaper and devote more timo to my customer's wants. MISS SALLIE 3 TIL-LETT- . PITfflS U NATIONAL BANK, TTV. 0x LASCASTP.R. W.H. LIVERY ?i5 LACKEY & Capital, Surplus, Fund $100,000 15,000s 11 I Successor to Lackey Gulley. iF2?srt las STABLE. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO BTJSINiSS SOLICITED. Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed J. M. HiaoiNaoTHAM Litwia Y. Leavzll B. F. Hudson W. O. RlQNEY C. D. Walker DIRECTORS: Presldccc Cashier Ai.Ufnnt Bookkeeper I - th-.'i- TRAVELING MEM. J.M.HioeiNBoruAM. Lewis Y. Leavell, J. 9. Johnson. T. M.Arnold, H.C. Arnold, Jr. B.F. Hudson. Alex. Gibes, J.J.Walker no9misoh a aoovr HAIL, ItOAIJ TIME TAI1LKS. THE ionth-b'n- K. C. Uranrli. Mixed, passes Lancaster. 3:40 d NATIONAL CAPITAL 1200,000.00 -- BANK j SURPLUS. ( J65.ooo.oo. North-b'u- Mixed, r. Knowille ISrancli. Korth-b'nd OF- 3outh-b'n- d South-bonn- d LANCASTER, KY. A. R. Denny. President. Mall, passes Stanford, 12 r. m Express, 3:13 A.M. 12:01 p.m. Express. Mail, Iri7 p.m. Queen & Crescent Koute. PASSES DANVILLE. NORTH BOUND. r;.sz. ts SPING1&98. Plants, Ilun-sto- n Jso. E. Stormks, Vice President. Wm.H. Kinkaied, Cashier, a. C. Denny, J. F. Robinson. Jb, Assistant Cash'r. fi. T. Embby As3't Number 10 (Daily except Sunday) Number C (Daily Number 1 (Dully) Flag Number 2 (don't stop) SOUTH EOCND. 3 a. m :il p.m. 331 a. m. 30a. m. CrflO Trees, Number 1 (don't stop) Number 5 (Daily ) Nnmber 9 ( Daily except Sunday) Numbers (Midnight Has) Dally 115 n 3. m. a. m. 115 p.m. 8:10 p. m. t DIRECTORS Sam'l. D. Cochran, Jas Spllman, A. C. Robinson. Alex. R. Dennr. W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, J no. E. Stormes, 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Insure your Hemp! And Take No Risk of I nS Murder In Clay County. Ivy., Feb. 20. Timothy Asher, a farmer of Clay county, reports that Arch Baker shot and killed Amos Belcher on Red Bird creek, Clay county. Whisky was the cause. Baker lied and has not been arrested. Dropped Dead or Heart DUeaie, Bahdstown, Ky., Feb. 28. A. P. Pineville, We write these Policies R. KINNAIRD, General Insurance, Lancaster, Ky Thompson, a prominent citizen of this county, dropped dead at his home in t airfield. He was for a number of years magistrate, and has held other cfliccs in the county. His death is at tributed to heart disease. ' at its afternoon session passed the Watkins cigarette bill, which prohib its the smoking, sale, barter o- - loan of cigarettes in this state and fixes a penalty for having any cigarette material is one possession. Cigarette Mil Passed. F BANKFOivr, Ky. . Feb. 25. The house erty and franchises for taxation was pas.scJ. House -- The bill to appropriate &W,000 for building a seweraso system for the Lexlnston asylum was pass d by a vote of 7J to II. The bill to adopt Barbour and Carroll's edition of tho Kentucky statutes was defeated by 18 yeas to 07 nays. The senate substitute for the Chlnn school book "bill was reported to the house Tuesday. The .substitute is reararded as a nuliitler of tho origipal bill and a bit' victory for the American BjoU Comern. Ily a vote, of 6J to 25 tho house refused to concur lu the substitute. This virtually destroys all hope of passing any school book bill to cheapen the price of books this session. Tho bill to better protect property owner alnst contractors by requiring subcon tractors to give persons building houses du3 notice of claims they intend to make, was passed yeas, 72; nays, 2. The Stout bill making distilled spirits subject to taxation like other property was passed with an amendment providing for the collection of back taxes oa aid spirits. Somo cf the friends, of tho bill pelicyp tho amendment will render tho bill un constitutional. Strawberries and general nursery Catalogues on application to W. F. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky. Telephone, 279. It Will Be Done Right If you liring Your work to TfvDE MARKS Anyone sending a sketch and description may qalcklr ascertain onr opinion free whether Invention U probably patentable. Cummunln. t ions strict j- confidential. Handbook on l'juc"t-- i sent'lreo. Oldest neencT for securing paieirn. Patents taken throueh Mann & V tpteial notice, without chnrcc. in tho Copyrights &c Designs NED BURDETT & CO., Market Quotation. at Arnold shop on Danville street. Corrected weekly by II. B. North- - Sc icntific Horseshoeing, Repairing of cott. Wagons, Hujgies, and all kiuds of ve ECKS dull. 8 and Cblckcus 5 to o'Xc hicles Pioinptly and Substantially Hens 0.- Cu.tek - AjandsomelT lIltLttrated wceklr. Ijirrest rtr- culatlon or any nclenuae Journal. Terms. $3 a year- - f our raontbj, L Sold by all newsdealer S nuuotviu Old Koosturs Turkeys and Summer fl(inivr$ five minutes. vIn Complaints. CUBAN RELIEF cures AIaiaIaua CoIic Na'ralgia and Toothache SonrStomach Price, 25 Cents. Ducks Geese Hides, Greeu Butter' Feathers, fine wlUto geese " " irruv " Duck feathers Rags 15 to Iron Calves, veal Old Gobblers 2c 6' to 7c 5 to 5'c 5 to $3.00 to $4 00 per doz. G to 7c ioc o DOHC done. MUNH&U0.M,Bm ran cu uincs, to t si., 11 New Tori asnington, u. L. 5c 20c Bones...., ... , $2.50 8 to 15c 20 to 25c to $5.50 per head. 28 to SOc ai to 27 ....20 to 24c per hundred. ROBINSON-PETTE- T COMPANY WHOLESALE UlSTRIUUTOaS. noox.) LOUISVILLE, KV. j&TDortant No I now ask all who owe me an account to pleais call and sattl8. I am bound to have the money and must have a settlement either in person or by law. IVEi-sISTooHy Harden. s. nnu vmim W. R. Mmrro Aim rmu rvrnn! hiuilui oiuurv g CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, March, 4, A I89S. i7?ncnxr T caster. "Miss Le ia MelCee, President of the Western College, Oxfoid, Ohio, will at an early date address the mem-ler- s of the Woman's 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. Miss. IVarl Hill is visiting relative? in Ifryantavillo. Jennie Miumakc visited relatives in Danvi lc Sunda'. Mr. llicliard Ward, the p ipular drummer, was here this week. Mrs. Mary Letcher, of Nicholasvillc, is visiting Mrs. Illeu Hs-- What is the matter with Lancaster? Rrown & Diekcrson had to furnish one of her citizens a lot of kindling wood last week. l of our young people attended the basket supper at the home of Alex Walker Saturday night, the girls d taking some very pretty, baskets. A large number of our citizens attended the Lancaster court Monday, and the following parties bought stock: J. X. Teater 20 cattle at SI. 75, J. W. Rrown 25 heifers at X50, Jos Simpson S calves at $127.03 . There wa? a mad dog belonging to W. fi. Jones, showed some signs of and after attacking several 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 Lancaster, S iturday and Sunday. Misses Flora and Nora Ray and Chas. Rarkor were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis, of Kirksville, Saturdaj' and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wharton Anderson have been on the sick list. Mrs. Marion Raj- - has returned from ari extended visit to her aunt, Mrs. Kanat zer, of Madisou. W. R. Rurton bought of Harmon per pound, Teater 5 heifers at 3 for April delivery. Thinking of calves brings to my mind an inci lent that occurred near here last summer. Mr R, L. Teater had the misfortune to lose in the yard his pocket book con taining S110, 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. ife.-erawell-fille- Miss Frjncis, of Point Leavell, visiting1 Mrs. Joseph Kobinson. is Dr. Waiter IScazlcy and wife visited relatives in Crab Orchard Sunday. Miss Allie Anderson has returnee from a pleasant visit to Lexington. Virgil Kemper, of Marksbtiry, is visiting his sister Mrs Ophilia Miss Mary Anderson is visiting her sister, Mrs. Wm. Mar.-s-, in Knoxville. Mr. Wm. Hughes and son, Dove, have returned from a visit to Perry-ville. Rurton bought 22 cattle at $2i psr head. T. G Galley bought 22 cattle at S15 per head. Gulley & Rurton bought a lot of hojrs at :; to :i J. I. Aamilton boug-h- af Greea Siler eight cows at $13 each. C, W. Anderson sold to Thos. Stone, a a bunch of 03 lb. shoats at : Chas. Adams sold to W. B. Ruiton 17 83 lb, shoats at o c. Woods &Tjynn sold Joe RurJiside 25 yearling cattle at $22 25. W. G. and W. Anderson, sold to M. J. Farris 10 cattle at S3 j. W. tr. and C. W. Anderson sold to yearling heifers at Rin Kelley 2 S1S.25 per head. W. R. Rurton bought of S. Morgan 17 young cattle at $24 per head. J. C. Hays sold to Moore & Cotton, of Madison, IS heifers at S14. Lyon & Allen, of Lincoln, sold J. M Higginbotham 4 light yearlings at $2:5. 75 per head. J. M. Higginbotham bought of different parties 34 cattle at from $23.50 to $24 per head. M. J. Farris, of Royle, bought from various parties about 203 cattle at from $25 to $40 per head. R. G. Fox, of Danville, bought several good mules at from $03 to $75. No demand much for horses. W. 15. Rurton shipped a load of light hogs to the Cincinnati market this week, for which he paid 3 and 3 cents. John Graham, of West Union, Oiiio, owns a horse that is 23 hands high and weighs 2,5C0 pounds. Its head is 44 inches long. 'Squire Royalty bought 230 hogs this week, from different parties at 2 s and 3 cents. Also 150 barrels of corn 4 4 4 Mr. Sam Haselden, of IJryantsville, lias accepted a position in his brothers store. Mrs. Dettie Lnndram has returned from a several weeks.' visit to Richmond. Miss Lizzie Heazley, of Crab Orchard is visiting her brother, D . Walter Ueazlej-- . at SI C5. Mrs. Hattic 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 I'loom-iugto111. n, jj Mrs Pookoiit and Miss Martha Til-e- tt who have been very ill are improv- ing raqidly. Kir.-nair- d, Rev. Clarence Crawford and wife, oi We are anxious to do a little good in Danville, were guests of Mrs. this world and can think of no pleas- Sunday. antcr or better way to do it than hy Cough One Minute Mr. and Mrs. W. 1L Gained, of Spen- recommending Cure, as a preventive of pneumonia, county, have bsen v!s"ting the cer consumption and other serious lung family' of G. S. Gaines. troubles that follow neglected colds. Mrs. Ross Rurnside. an I daughter, Stcrmes' Drug Store. lm M iss Pattie, of Pineville, are guests of Mrs. Margaret Gi'.L LEAF. Mrs. A. II. Rice r.ud Miss P.essic 0. Mrs. Minerva Pullins has been quite Marksbury have been to Louisville sick. for a few days this week. Joe Mullen sold ten shoats to Wm Mr. and Mrs George Campton, and Ilenuren for $23. son, Hansel, of Independence, Mo., Jack Adams sold a gool sad Jlc marc have b;en visiting relatives in this vi- to J. 15. Parks for $70. cinity. James Murray sold 72 acres of land Mrs. 15. X. Roller, of Stanford, and to J. R. Henry a.t B'iQ per acre. Miss Mamie Carden of Louisville spent At the sale of W. R. Adams, on the Sunday with Mrs. C. D. and Miss 2Cth ult., the land was bid in at $25 Laura Powell. per acre. n Mrs. Rsttie Pullins sold to Tom Mr. Jack Rout and Miss Pearl Rurna bunch of forty pound shoats at side, Mr. Will Ray". ess and Miss Mary llruce, of Stanford, attended preach- $2 per head. Mrs. J. W. Smith anil children, of ing here Sunday evening. Richmond, arc visiting relatives here Mr. E. C Walton represented the before going to Arkansas to live. Interior Journal on our streets Rev. Solomon Foster, of Lee county, When asked if he would take Virginia, has been in this vicinity part in the war with Spain, he said, looking at the land with the view of 'Nay, veriiy. 'I would much rather buyiug a farm. We would be glad if be a live coward than a brave dead the gentleman can find a place to suit man." him and make a deal, for a Mr. Thomas Arnold, Jr and Miss Vir- in this neighborhood would not go gil Jenkins, the handsome daughter amiss. of Mr. Colby Jenkins, eloped to There are three little things which last week and were married. They have returned and huTe taken do more wo-l- c thin any other three rooms' at the grooms father's near little things created they are the ant, the bee and DeWitt's Little Early Uryantsvilie. Risers, the last being the famous little The Cineinncti Tribane lias this pills for stomach and liver troubles. n item about a lady in Lan Stormes' Drug Store. lm Hen-drcMon-da3". well-know- During the last week in January 74S horses were shipped to Europi from Ciiicago. One consignment of 42 coach heroes averaged S100. A horse trained to walk fast, wheth er he be for saddle, single harness or team, always commands a better price than one equally good in other respects, 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 Rlocmington, 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 lie is a hustler. The eastern market and demand Our hemp continues to improve 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 $3.S5 while another, we are credibly informed, sold his at $4. Lexington Gazette. The Ilarrodsburg Democrat reports the following sales: Frank McGarvey has sold 32 roa and saddle horses within the past ten days at an average of $50. Clel Coleman bought of Rreck Ronta 103 hogs at $3.10 per hundred. M. J. Farris sold to J. C. Johnson a car load of hogs for $3.00 delivered. A good authority says that notwi th- standing the demand for good horses and the fact that such horses are so scarca that hardly 75 percent, of those in the hands of the farmers are marketable, there seems to be sea rcelj' any movement on the part of farmers to change or improve their methods of breeding1. In the meantime the ex port demand is rapidly exhausting the present small supply. Ex. There were between 530 and G03 cat tle on the market Monday, about 500 changing hands at good prices. Steers weighing from G30 to 800 pounds bring cents per lb., and heiTers ing 5 to 5 from 3 to 4 cents. .Mr. Farris, of Royle, 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 be'ore. Mules found a ready sale, but horse stock was slow, Fox of Danvilie 1 2 taking all that were in good condi tion. Swmcbroad sold to Griggs Bros, of Mud'son, 80 mixed cattle for $2,030. The Lexington Stock Farm says in a letter received recently from C. W. Williams, he says: "Allerton, 2: 9 w.ill be shipped to L xiagton Monday, March 14, going directly to Mr. H. L. Asher's farm where he will stand this season. This is the farm formerly owned by W. C. Fra u-- and the home of Red Wilkes while in Kentucky. Allerton's fee will be $100, spot cash, when mare is bred, but fee to be returned if niarc does not get in foa1. Parties having str'ctly chui mares now in foal can, if. they prefer, breed theni 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 turned away. This season, from the present indications, the rush will be still greater, and there will probab'3' four times as many marcs clferedas can be accepted. It will be useless for parties having mares that are not fashionably bred in trotting lines to offer th m at all, for they will cer ts iuly le rejected. Jessamine Journal reports the following sales: During the past week Rrown Cogar and R. A. Dodd have bought 20,000 bushels of wheat in county at SI perbusheL Mr. Jacob Troutman sold his crop of tobacco, yielding 1S.3J0 pounds off of 10 per pound, which acres at 12 brought S2.2S7.50; an average of $22S.-7- 5 per acre. Who can beat this? Jas. 11. Ilulett, of Rrannon, delivered his crop of tobacco to parties at Versailles, 33,030 pounds, which brought 14c. Ji.n is a hustler and is a farmer. R. A. Do Id bought 10 head of mules Monday from various parties at an average of $01) rer head. Mr. Dodd shipped a car load of mules yesterday to Clnrlotte, N. C, f r the southern market. W. R. Stone, whom the Journal regards as one of the best farmers in JesHiminc county, sold 11 hogheads of tobacco in Louisville at $14.10 per hundre 1. Such prices as these arc what tickle the farmer under the short ribs and may they still continue to inc. ease. What pleasure is there in life with a headache, constipation and biliousness? Thousands experience them who could become per fee ly healthy by using DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills. Stormes' Drug Store. lm c- STONE. Hemp breaking is in progress in this locality. Ihe wheat crop is looking very wt5i in this section. Several shoats have been sold recently at ?c per lb. Mrs. Rebecca Seott sold a fine mare a few days ago for S4.0J. IVo'. Deboo is teaching school at George McQ.ierry's at the present. There wilt be preaching at ML Ileb-rithe 2nd S iiitlay, inst. Miss Moilie E.st and Ma,. James II. Itaney, are aermuiy ill .at thU writn, ALL VvOMEFJ OIU TJuie" CeiutUy, Keep Your Money at Home. For. The IlnconD. I often hear the qacS' tioa 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 of men 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 Lancaster do not stand up for, and sup port her enterprises." A home man may engage in any kind of business, and lay an- - 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 day's 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 eat ia to receive the support of her nothing but that ungovernable desire to "take up with strangers" 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 Rkcoiid 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 th.e 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 hnms men could sell 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 Dyspep fllMf amaNUBIAN TEA curesand IndiI millVI Bia Constipation gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. The sympathetic tenderness of a loving husband is everything to an expecAfter years of untold suffering from tant mother, especially during her first ordeal. George Layton, Esq., a promi- piles, R. W. I'ursell of Knitnersville, nent druggist of Dayton, O., gives the Pj., was cured by using a single box I have purchased the following case : of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Skin 1 A customer cf rplne, whose wife has used Walker stable and am four bottles of "Mother's Friend" before con- diseases such as eczema, rash, pimples finement, says, after seeing the effect of the 2.1 stinate sores are readjty prepared to furnish the cired remedy, that if she had to go through the ordeal and cpain, and there were but four bottles on the by this famous remeJy. Stormes' mnrlvet, and the cost was $100 per bottle, she Drug Store. lm would have them. g " Mother's Friend " is a scientifically compounded liniment which affords ceron the shortest notice, ffe Incomparable Service tain relief in the various ailments childbirth, and assures proper Special attention given The Qaeen & Crescent trains are the j! elasticity to the cords and muscles in- finest trains run in the Stite of Ken- A Commercial Travelers, fa volved in the final ordeal. "Mother's Friend" is sold by drug- tucky. Four daily trains to Cincinnati RICE BENGE. gists, or expressed on receipt of one connect with the main high ways of the Great Trank Lines of the North, West dollar. Valuable book, "Before Baby is and East. Tliis. is the lino Born," mailed free on application. n to Washington, New York, THE BRADFiELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Ga. R. KINNAIRD'S an I the East. l2 m ived away, ' Oh, that will not do. The Queen &. Crescent connects with every line out of Cincinnati. we need the mill." Of course S. T. Swift, V. & T. A., Lexington, old blockhead, why the mill, but don't you patron'ze it. The same Ivy. W. G. Mokoax, D- I'. A , LexingRepresenting Over thing applys to every branch of trade ton, Ky. or business in town. One might saj', "I have a right to spend my money Strikes Centre. Of course they have, where I please. In the following Fire Insurance In his letter to the Stanford Jourbut they make it off of our people and Companies nal, Julge Ilughts strikes the nail if they would stop long enough to think, they would sac they arc moral- squarely on the head when he says: .Etna of Hartford. "Our people talk vory flippantly of ly obligated to keep it where our peoQueen of America. what we need in the way of public imple can uso it We have the kindest-heartemost provements, but there are three things National of Hartfort. liberal people in the world here in needed that would bring more happil'henix of Brooklyn. Lancaster, but the kindness is too ness to the people than everything Hartford of Hartford. much inclined to strangers first. Char- else combined. What we really need Manchester of England. ity begins at home, but we have too is more charity and less tattling, more Connecticut of Hartford. many here who do not look at it that work and less loafing, more practice way. If a man wants to buy his stuff and less theory. L2t the people try North British and Mercantile. from a stranger he ought to pack his these things and they will almost see German American of New York. angel wings sprouting while, living as li:tlo bc!oig'.ngs and move to that Liverpool and London and Globe. c mmunity. Oar town would be all they do, they only taste of the bitter I also represent the old reliable right .f we could only weed out tile tilings of Perdition." eljment that is constantly working and sending the money for fore'g New York Life awar. What we wanfis people who Last week's paper may have suite 1 bring m jney to the town, you, but there are others it didn'it will .V' no. a lot of .ellows who make money suit; this weed's issue may not please off our po iple and then send it away. you, but there are others whom it will NOTICE TO CREDITORS. The latter clas? will soon kill the good please. Every issue of a newspaper old town completely, and all enter- receives its share of praise and All narties havine claim aeainst the assign present the same prising people should work against at a ratio of about 10 ounces ed estate of W. A. Todd will my attorney. Wm. at Wallaceton. Kv.. or that element. I am for Lancaster, of censure to 1 ounce of praise bue tome Johnson, at Lancaster, hy.. on or oeiore McC. May 1st, ls!W. Thia Feb. J3rd. is9S. fi st, last, and all the time, and will the editor quietly attends to his busihead a mob to tar and feather some o." ness, says nothing and "saw wood." Assignee W. A. Todd. 4t the leaders of tlie Somerset Reporter. buy-i- f clement A Romk Max. OF PYTHIAS Is he h?st for Female TrmiblM. irrejnilantips tn KemaleOrrans.Corrects all Sliouldbc havoc with taKea tor Chuie ot Life and before Plasters "0:d Tine" Reaaliej have stood the sheep in this locality the past week. test for twenty years. Several of the dogs were killed after only Ly 8penivr Medicine Co., an order had been obtained from the Teunirtsee. magistrate for their lives. So Steward Saunders was sent to Sugar Creek, For sale by IL E McRobjrU, Lancaster where he killed his first dog. Dogs have ing. bea playing a, HEW LIVERY. I I Very Best Rigs I f Ros-to- Insurance Agency - $57,000,000 ir. Insurance r;'o COMPANY. consure-gcneral- ly KNIGHTS It is" Easy to Tell. pope. It is People who fiiil to look after their health are like the carpenter who neglects to sharpen his tools. People are not apt to get anxious about their health soon enough. If you are "not quite wmU" or "halt sick" have yon ever niuuiiL niiji, uur Kiuueys may ue the cause of your sickness? It is easy to tell by setting aside your urine for twenty-fou- r hours.i sediment or settling indicates an unhealthy condition of the kidneys. When urine stains linen it is evidence of kidCall at my store and we will exney trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate, scanty supply, pain or dull plain how to ache in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are Get One of these Boasters Free! out of order. There is satisfaction in knowing that the great remedy Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, fulfills every wish in relieving Bring us your . . . weak or diseased kidneys and all forms . . . Butter and Eggs. of bladder and urinary troubles. Not only does Swamp-Roo- t give new life and activity to the kidneys -- the cause make you happy, of trouble, but by treating the kidneys it acts as a tonic for the entire constius. you trade tution. If you need a medicine take Swamp-Roit cures. Sold by druggists, price fifty cents and one dollar. T,ANGDON'S BREAD DAILY. You may have a sample bottle and pamplet both sent free by mail, upon Groceries, Cheap for Cash. receipt of three stamps to cover cost of postage on the bottle. Fresh Oysters from Baltimore . Mention The Central Record and 8nd your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co , Ringhamton, N. Y. The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuiness of this offer. (4) Garrard Lodee No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall. All visiting Knights arc fraternally inviG. B. SwiN'EIiROAD, C.C. ted. J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. FAM FOR SALE. I will offer for sale In front of the Court House door In Lancaster, Ky., 3IOXVAY. STARCH 28, 189S. from my farm on DIx River, about sen 4v utica joei waiKtfi unue. privilege of adding 30 more if I no desire. Said laud lied in one boundary, well fenced and ylenty of water. EasyTerma. "JS, JERRY P, BLAND. lmilea JjIREanaUFEINSURANC 1 SPEINGFIELD Will If with FIEE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK. CO two-ce- Robinson & Hamilton Jgts Office over Post Office. H. M. BALLOIL Lancaster : : : Kexiccky. ON THEOLD MAIDS Lancaster's Old Bachelors Have Been The Crusty old Jays will meet in Mass Convention and endeavor to prepare some ORDERED TO ARMS! Look Out for Street Parade. All fan from start to i Each member will give "His side of the question", and, as some of their "Ex recently held in Lancaster. periences" are Rich and Rare, it has been decided to admit those of our citizens who enjoy a Good Thing. A fee of 25 cents will be charged at the door, seats reserved without advance at McRoberts5 store. Side-splittin- Antidote to the Old Maids Convention Court House this, Friday, Night, Mch. 4. g After Piece. Biggest Show on Wheels. last or clover top from the very narrowest HE?0RT OF THE CONDITION SPIDERS Atll THEIR WAYS. And so God's sheep "can pick up 'n Jlalilts, 'fuates ami .comfort where others can gather none. 3'nr'ieil JlnYrnc-or the "The secret of the Lord is witu them ChumoiA m Showii. Cheer and Hope to All BeBreathing We find Kb uini ke J differences in habi.that fear Him.' Rich pasture, fount- d lievers in Christ. pasture, for all the llocl: of the t.';, tastes and chru actors among spiBANK Good Shepherd. ders as among htm an bcing.s. Some The hill of Zton yields kinds prefer always Jiving in houses or Natnrr, m .Keen By , Shepherd. Furninhes OF hANCASTEK. KV.. AT A thousand kultciI sweet? cellars, not seeming to care for any A Fruitful Theme for Dr. Talmae Before wo reach the heavenly fields, David, While Caring for the fresh air or exercise. Mr. CLOSE OF BUSINESS FES. 13, Or walk the golden streets. 1398 Flock, Absorbe.l His Idea Lastlv: Consider the shepherd's fold. Jesse tells of two sn'u't rs that lived for Kxpresscd In l'oetry. The time of was a very l."5 years in opposite comers of a drawer ttUorrc'ES Our plan is a new application of an old principle, and is glad time. The neighbors gathered to- which was used for soap and candles. Loans and dNooimu basd t'SXMtl 11 The text of Dr. Talmagc Sunday was gether, anil they poured wine and Others delight in making burrows n 'ven'mfti, wnri-- ami 1.7 IS ;) oa M,i acntai experience of successful life insurance companies, coverPsalms xxiii., 1: "The Lord Is My StUSUO 00 danced for joy. The sheep were put the earth, in dwelling under stones or K'twaiZlnmXl.''rC,l,,"'ol, Shepherd."' '.NO 00 ing a pjriod of over 200 years. The same principles in a place inclosed by a wall, where .o.jiii. 1. iiiu niwr mill, un iitca, ;ii;o - ..- govern both, onl-V- E i. U.WJ What with post and rail fences, and it was very easy to count them and others live under water. .Many never Other leal tMiite uut morWtgesowiipay while you LIVE. Astrakhan our nride in Southdown. 11,S:J 11 oc know whether aii3" them had leave their webs, but patiently unit, Ihie from Narke'iul ilaiiks'i'iiut' Ite- and Flemish varieties of sheep, there servu Agents) been taken by the jackals or dos. hoping some insect will become enTHEY pay when you DIE. l.lt-e shep Hue from St.ite hanks anil hankers.'.' is no use now of the The inclosure was called the shacp-foltangled in the snares they have set. Pile from niiprovcd reserve agents. . fu,ft!T s.: WE offer the INVESTMENT features. Jierd. Such an one had abundance of Good news I have to tell you, in Others dash about and seize upon Cheeks ami other cash hctns :w 17 ' onnortunitv of becoming a poet, be i;to oo that our Lord the Shepherd has a luckless insect that crosses their every Xotea of other Xatlotial hank's. ." " THEY protect in case of DEATH. fractional paper eurreiiL'y.uiekels.ets path. Specie out oi doors 12 hours the day, and ins sheepfold, and those who wen; gathered The most adventurous of all are l 1,7)1 f,o those ofttimes waking up in the night on u un tneni, death is the moving factor, causing thepavment notes in it shall never be struck by the storm, that sail out into the tkio 10 world on one of of theA the hills. If the stars, or the torrents, shall never be touched by the jackals their own little I .. Uedempt.'on Knml with U.S. Treas- $20,001 ) noliov ivtfh 11c o ,if:..u t ... "" un or the sun. or the flowers had any mainemaiical rule, in lieu of deatl urer (."tf of circulation) of temptation and trouble. It lias a of encountering threads. Darwin tells thousands of them to say. he was very apt to hear thing matures the policy. high wall so high that no troubles Total. leagues from land when he was ..$4ii;.niG it. The Ettrick shepherd of Scot ciin get in"-s- o high that the joys can inaii3' land, who afterward took his seat LIABILITIES. not get out How glad Jlje pd sheen taking his famous voyage in the Beagle, in the brilliant circle of Wilson and will be to find the lambs that left He rays; "The little aeronaut, as soon Capital stock pal.l in ?.'f 0.000 00 Lockhart, got his wonderful poetic in- They figure on so many men out of a thousand 10.0C0 00 thein a good many years ago! as it arrived on board, was very active, ?' ,Ir',1V.!fuml. dving we hVnre .....i..imi Mr.uu, less expenses ami epiration in the ten years in which he Millions of children in Heawn! Oh, running about, sometimes letting it taxes naia Sio 0: on so many policies, They kill the man-- We Mr, J,aid. was watching the flocks of kill the policv. what a merry Heaven it will make! self fall, then reaseending the same fttuotoU.mk noteotitstau'lln !S.' ti Hue s't.s law. There is often a weet poetry in e.wnreasouwliyaiimn slu,:.!,! dio to reap the lien-fi- fc psalms there. thread. It could run with facility on iile t t other National lianks ' .. . l I'.l'A 7. i'ot many State flunks ami l.auVtr-7t the rugged prose of the Scotch shep oJ Ins inreslmeiit. .''epochs subject to eli.vk. lli.'ie i'.t They will be iu the majority, and will ihasurface of the water." One of these Scotch shepherd Curtiliud herd. In the bright autumn wea1her,if we run away with our song, carrying it up, Ii: to We' return an average of $2.30 for every lost his only son, and he knelt down in dollar paid us, and vet we Tnlal O.i, observe closely, we may sop.ethnps tip.ti ul a still higher point of eota-.-yi:c 9 it; z praver, and was overheard to say, assume an obligation less than d there jvilj b.s bliqutinsj! If children on some of our own small spiders ascend as great as has been as'sumec' seemed good in Thy "Oh. Lord, it has earth clapped their hands, una uur.ijjd to tljp and paid lor years by the leading life insurance companies of trees, other ' 7 v . providence to take from me the stall Loir of America. i . n flv ily j what will they do when, to lliu high obleU rise o , t of inv right hand at the time when to truu to gladness of (dilhlhqo( pj) enrth, is the spipners upv.ard, throw out a nnun- d mortals I seemed to be us he gladness of phidhogd in. tl.y of nailed k and ml nwny. Thoy ! jnobt in need of itj and how I shall .Only about twenty (20) per cent, of the people arc insurable. Only ileuycn? lie plenuriillv any line d:iv in 0c e''"sc,r1,ut',11 a"'" j"vorn Vo hefore me 2 climb up the hill of sorrow and auld mh IWS' It is time we got over ths.se morbid tober or November, before the cold thrlsuKini and healthy, who least need it's advantages, can obtain age without it, Thou meyest lieu, byt ideas of how we shall get out of th's weather, on Host on common.- Thn-- . i.A, .Tniu,r,"-.Commission 1 dinna." life insurance. Why should there not be a means provided wherebv world. You make your religion an un- grasp the silken tluea.l with their feet Corkkct Attest: David, the shepherd-boy- , is watching ALKC R.IlB.VXV. tue odur eighty (So) per cent, of the population can carry an investdertaker planning collins and driving ni'.d seem tc he enjoying themselves his fathers sheep. They are pasturing Jj(H. I'. &TOK5IES Directors. jiearses. V.O"'F rvigioii smelh; of th as nine!) as the birds and butlorfHu,-'-- , L, ment the same as the favored few who can get life insurance? Our mison the very hills where afterward rttvnib)i of ty funeral casket. 'Rather Margaret W. have Lamb was born of which Lpighton, in Appleton's sion is to open the door to the entire population to enjoy lot your religion ttitcbiy come tint mid, I'opular Science Monthly, the same or ' heard much, "the Lamb of God, which show you the sheepfold that God has REPORT CF THE CONDITION greater benefits for an equal or less expenditure, considering the adtaketh away the sin of the world." provided for you. Ah, you say, C':int, IIcvRVhJierWi'V tnjnm-t- l Vonl David, the shepherd-boj'- , was beauti vantage to be derived, and that those advantages maybe enjoyed durii::-lifttor THE there is a river between thii NXKiiitiifi! !iy 3:011 of Solo hop, ful, brave, musical and poetie. I think the one making the investment. Tt Is seldom th::l ff.olbnll moti resort and that. I know it; but that Jie often forgot the sheep in his revcr Jordan is only for the to the science of physios to help win Ses. There in the solitude he struck Bank lug. ivhd thoy shall go up on the other games, but such is the case at thel'ui- g the that is thrilling through SUCCEEDS SUCCESS. banks Tn the game beThey fplow the err.ity of Chicago. all ages. David, the boy, was gathering Great Shepherd. They heard l.tt tween t'itlrngrt and l;mr.b tiio .iiu: the material for David the poet, and QK LANCASTER. KV.. AT That our plan is popular and based upon sound business pri'iMfr . They are safe now-o- ne dny voice long ago. full bail;, and capDavid the man. Like other boys, pies, is evidenced by our large and increasing membership, fold and one Shepherd. as shown David was fond of using his knife tain of the Midway team, was bought CLOSE OF BUSINESS, FEB. 18,1898 Alas for those udig are finally found to have had his loft Toot broken. At by our remarkable 'Exhibit of Growth, See literature. the saplinn-s- and he had. no amon? outside the inclosure. The nighf. qi any rate it was so severely injured that ticed the exuding of the juice of the rtESOL'liOKS. We court the clysest scrutiny and most ttioroug investigation. theip gin howls with jackals; they arc the owner was ftrccd to retire from hu tree; and when he became a man. he No Loans ami discounts $11.1.172 r.o statement made thirsting fqr .heir hlood. The very game. said: "The trees of the Lord are full of that cannot be verified by actual results. mertlrafis. secured and unsecured i ..in a lamb may be fiis'.cin moment that sap." David, the boy, like other boys, irprsfhberger is the inost. valuable U. liouds to secure circulation. . S."i.WKl 00 upon thi hills, a bear may ba lookinj man jm the team, and the id en of his Premiums on I'. 3. ISomls ',000 had been fond of hunting the bird's Stocks, securities, etc. I. .'CO 00 at it from the thicket, . nests, and he had driven tiie old stork furniture and fixtures S,.jOO 00 being unr.bte. to play again for come The endorsement given this Company by the investment of hankers, lawreal off the nest to find how many eggs time has caused Director Stagg to se- Otherowned estate untl mortgages 1,2 JO INTERESTING! ITEMS. yers, merchants, ministers, doctors, railroad men, were under her; and when he became a cure the best care ftr him. Kocontly Due from National hanks (not iie- fact, men of reseve Agents man, he said, "As for the stork, the fir :x buMacss sagacity in. every vocation o: lifo- -is an evidence of the soundness of Iceland's geysers never shoot their it was decided that the injured member Due from State Hanks and hankers..'. c.s:Vi Si our sys cm. 1.IC.7 trees are her house."5 In boyhood he Due from approved should he pubeded to an X my maagents.. 3.71 J7 water higher than 103 while had heard the terrific thunder storm aa oo AcrnWIingly a picture of the Notes of other National hanks of our Yellow&tone geysers go more chine. Fraetlonal paper currency, niekles ACTUAJCt 2W SUITS, AXD OPIXIOXS OF that frightened the red deer into pre' SOJTU OF OUR CERtln-efoot was taken by Prof. C. II. Mann ami ami cents timjs as, high. than mature sickness; and when he became a S.i.e7fV W, Ftratton, of the department of Specie TIFICATE HOLDERS. The human heart is six inches In f. notes man, lie said. "The voice of the Lord L'.V--i Oil length, four inches in diameter, and physic,, nsslsjod by l)rs. r. P. Smal" liCdcmpuon t0,ni2 00 Rkv. J. V. Riley, of Mortonsville, Ky., says: '"I have had an investment maketh the hinds to calve." land with U. S. Treasbeats on an average of 70 time per and Dayard Holmes. David, the boy, had lain upon his urer per cent of circulation).. . in the Southern Mutual Investment Co., of Lexington, Kv., for more The experts-"- relying upon the reports than tirco minute. 4.2J0 times an liour, 100,i0l c 5i."ii7.1 back, looking up at the stars and exTotal years. I have had L'3 eouoons to mature bv rc.lemntion mJi,.., times a day and 307!)2,0J0 tinn.s in thu Of the doctors, fully exported to fun! " amining the sky, and to his boyish imthan S30J.03, and returned to me 51,410,03.'' LIAhil.lTIKS. two or three hours broken. Hut llu Capital COUrcc- of the year, so that the heart of agination the sky seemed like a piece stock paitl in .... $100,000 negative showed no signs of frnet tires fll.wl Lexixgtox, Kv., Sdptemhcr 10, 1S07. V tin ordinary inan SO years of age ha of divine embroidery, the divine finlj.OeO W Towliomdmc.uconct.il. find the fonlball men are inclined to Undivided prolits. less expenses' and beaten :i,00'J,000,003 time. gers working in the threads of light taxes paid 1.OJ0 .Hi This is to ratify, that my husband, W. R White, about three years a- -o inTin: French, loving entertainment think that the lunch is on the doctors National Hank notes ontstaudins. and the beads of stars; and he became 00 Dtio to other National lianks. . . . IVIIO til vested in tho Southern Mutual Investment Co. Since that time there have so much, are already talking of the re who treated the pl.iver. a man and wrote: "When I consider Due to State h.uiks and bankers U"G l been coupons to mature, on which the Coranany has paid his estate Oil or ception they will give Menelik, king ol Thy heavens, the work of Thy fingers." Inili dual deposits subject to check. 78,'JJO ci Certified Cheeks kings. It is of interest to women that When he became an old man, thinking Lrs.-- t uauil(: 1SijS inan a.utuu to mature them. I am pleased ,i.- i:Ver iUi, Ta: Fund ...,0 l!I while Menelik is on a trip around the. of the goodness of God, he seemed to with the investment he made, and am still carrying Cl coupons in the "miry, Total. Company Ky., March s. world of kingdoms he has left the caw hear the bleating of his father's sheep The Mav E. AViiitk. Anz ig.r, the oldest Herman State of Kentucky, Coc.vtv or Oakeakh, ss: across many years, and to think of the of his own troubled country in thz F. Ilnd.-opaper in the outh, c time when he tended them on the hands of his queen. its tif- - I, It. do solemnly Cashier of the above named A Smith Browmau, Mgr. J. C. Hemphiil, Agt., ' annivcivary Tut s ay by the pub-th- bank, is true to the swearofthat the above Bethlehem hills, and he cries out in Exi'F.niMEXTS have been going on for No. 11 Cheapside, best my knowledge and Lancaster, the text: "The Lord is my shepherd." past 12 years for the purpose of lieation of a gold edition. As it Hlu;f' F.Hrnso.v. Cashier. ,, Lexington, Ivy. 5t There is one passase I think 3'ou misr K God will help me I will talk to probably the day of March, and sworn to before me this 2d to learn something of the char- - 1:l5ns 105 Kcnluckv hi'JS. a per cwr published of the shepherd's plaid, the shepherd's interpret: "The bruised reed He will pcleristics of the Atlantic ocean as a h'";,rt,'tl'eriuan s- - c- - Dex.ny, Notarv Pifnlic. not break," Do you know that the great moving body of water. As a re- - 111 crook, the shepherd's dogs, the shepCorrect Attest : counir. it contains Lewis Y- - Leavell, ) herd's pasture grounds and the shep- shepherd in olden times played upon suit the whole Atlantic is shown to be co,11PIl'te history of the city !arkt Itrort. you Are Going North, ALKt Jimr.s, these reeds? They were very easily slowly circulating round and round J'0,,1Sv'lh'. state of Kentucky, Directors. herd's flocks. Taken from the Louisville Times cf y.U as many interesting features And first: The shepherd's plaid: It bruised; but when they were bruised like an enormous pool. Wednesday atternoon: You Are Going South, would be preposterous for a man go- they were never mended. The shop, Part of the In China hens are employed to hatch of the southern coiintiy. WHEAT No. 2 red and IcrsgVry raper is printed in the English laning out to rough and besoiling work to herd could so easily make another one fish eggs, These are sealed in an No 3 red and longberry OScx rected put on splendid appareL The potter that he would snap the .old one and and placed under the unsu-- e cl- guage and a larg edition wili b- - sent If You Are Going Iesirouteveeicless. does not work in velvet; the serving throw it away and get another. The ing hen for a few days until tlje spawn to tlie fatherland. An interesting ! COKN No. 2 white 52c; No. 2 laLrod .nV, 1C maid does not put on satin while toil- Bible says it is not so with our Shep- has warmed into life. The contents ci feature js the fact that the foreign CATTLE Extra JI50 4 7." You Are Going West; Light shipping shipping ing at her duties; the shepherd does herd. When the music is gone out of a the shell are then emptied into a shal- edition is eiielo.ied in a leather case ., S3 4; Best Batchers not wear a splendid robe in which to man s soul God does not snap him ; low pool, where they can bask in tie nnd the name of the subscriber bjauti-full- y 4 :.0 PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THC go out amidst the storms, and the twain and throw him away. He sunshine until the minnows arj sir ng Kalr to good butchers lettered on the outdde. 3 733 j j- BATTLE-SHI- P. Cornmon to medium butcher rocks, and the nettles; he puts on mends and restores. "The bruised enough to be turned into a lake or .;;5 MURDER AT MAYFIELD. Thin, rough steers, poor cows and the rough apparel appropriate to reed He will not break." river. scaJaua;;.Next I speak of the shepherd's dogs. n his exposed work. The Lord our Earn Clark Ihoots and Stortully Wounds j Despite the prohibition of any mi For the launching of the Battle-shiGood to extra o.ti n K!f1f iS. 'ar.iey. Shepherd coining out to hunt the They watch the straying sheep and tj 3 75 of the matter by the I'ussian Y "Kentucky" at Aewport News, Common to medium oxen PAUt'CAH. Ky., March 2. In drive them back again. Every shep- press, it is no longer a secret that jo 3 lost sheep puts on no regal the reeiu'rs 2 but the plain garment of our herd has his dog from the nomads of people of Central and Southeastern field Sam Clark, and mer the Chesapeake and O.iio Railway will iic Stockels 2 si.-..;--, chant, shot and mortally wounded make the following low round trip humanity. There was nothing preten- Bible times down to the Scotch herdsr Jtussia are suffering more from famine Bu3 2 2$ 3 N tious about it I know the old paint- man watching his flock on the Gram than even in 1SJ1. The peasaits are Steve II. Car.iey, of that city, who is rates from po.nts nauie.i: Louisville 4 Nashville R. r. eal calves 3 3S 5 5 ers represent a halo around the babe pian hills. Our shepherd emplovs the feeuing their thatched roofs to their president of the Western District ToFrom Lexington il2.C0 MILCII Jesus, but I do not suppose there was criticisms and persecutions of the Starving cattle and typhus and other bacco Warehouse Co., which controls " Winchester, Siwxnv . 12.00 AND SO SCCURB Fair to good 15w.n,J5CO tlie best part of the any more halo about that child than world as his dogs. There are those. diseases are ravaging the " Mt. Sterling . 12.00 HOGS Choice packing and butchenfeebled of the state. The trade in this end ' Paris about the head of any other babe that you know, whose whole work is to population. , nun had had words . 12.00 ers, 225 to SOU lbs The Maximum j.j Safety, ' Frankfort about some small busin. ss matter and was born that Christmas eve in Judea, watch the inconsistencies of Christians . 12.73 A few days ago tlie llaroness Fair to good packing, IM) to 200 lbs.. 4 C0 03. " I'.iohmoud Becoming a man. He wore a seamless and bark at them. If one of God's sheen Jlirsch surprised the directors of dc Clark went away. lie returned and . 12.23 Good to extra 4 ot The Maximum garment. The scissors and needle had gets astray the world howls. With Hebrew Educational alliance, in the called Carney to the door of the oliiee Lancaster 18.00 Speed, Fat shoats. 120light. ICO to ISO lbs.... 3 90 5$.1 to 150 lbs New of " Stanford more avidity than a shepherd's dog York city, by i:i.2 done nothing to make it graceful, the Fat shoats. 100 to 120 1 .rr. o IV authorizing her agent in without local Ahiyiield warehouse and a word ortnetl lire with a pis- and correspondingly low rates froi take it to have been a sack with three ever caught a stray sheep by the Gotham to pay off . The Maximum Comfort, Pigs CO to BOlbs n .vy its ItonghslJOto-lfOlhholes in it; one for the neck and two flanks or lugged it by the ears, world SIOO.0O0 on its building. mortgage oj tol, shooting him twice in the bowels. all other Ce itr.it Kentucky points. 2 75 w This revives Clark then SHE El and LAMES Good to exfor the arms. Although the gamblers lings seize the Christian astray. It interest in the decamred nnd c.scai cd The Minimum substantial home fot Rates. -. tra shipping sheep quarreled over it that is no evidence ought to do us good to know that we working girls being Carney lias a wife and family 3 50 75 erected on Sixty-thir! 3 on Fair to good arc thus watched. It ought to put us of its value. I have seen two k Reduced Hotel 3 25 street, New York. It will be re- here. Clark also has a family. There Common to medium on our guard. They can not bite us if o ers is ;reat in'.igmttion over Clark's deed over quarreling the Rates, Time and all other Information witt '...".".".". Buck3 we stay near the Shepherd. The sharp membered that she gave 8200,000 some in .Mavfield and here. fuse of an ash barreL No: 2 3 Ott Keuuced rates have been made at be cheerfully furnished by time ago to build the Skips and ncr the wardrobe of Heaven He left Kune oi woriaiy assault will only trim lished an endowment home and estab00 the Hotels at Newport News and at Extra shipping lmbs.-- . head C. P. ATM ORE, o. p. A., fund of S12.00C AU tho 4 7rJ 5lO the sandals of light, the girdles of the vines until they produce better per annum to Best butelier iambs Air Sterilized Ilcforo Kntcrlns-hu- n Old Point Comfort, which is only a few 4 4 maintain the same. 0rby kuuu uutcner lambs beauty, the robes of power, and put on grapes. The more you pound marjo Kx. .17,Vit 4 26 Louisville. Furnishes the Heat. i, miles distance and connected by El The oldest throne or state chair in Tail ends. 250 3UO the besoiled and tattered raiment of ram anu rosemary the sweeter they existence is that which belonged tc is One of the oldest domiciles on earth trie Car service. onr humanity. Sometimes He did not smell. The more dogs take after you Queen Ilatshepsu, who that recently erected at Yokohama lived about lOOC by Dr. W. Van even wear the seamless robe. What is the quicker you will got to the ffate. No other trip ever offered as many der lleydcn. the noted This throne is now in the You have noticed that different flocks years B. C. that hanging about the waist of Christ? BLICKENSOERFER British museum. It is made of hard bacteriologist ol Utrecht and Japan SOUL STIRIXG EVENTS Is it a badge of authority? Is it a royal of sheep have different marks upon wood and highly ornamented, the carv- The doctor's house is a coat of arms? .No, it s a toweL The them; sometimes a red mark, some ing microbe-proo- f building of glass, as does this one. being very eurious throughout disciples' feet are filthy from the walk times a blue mark, sometimes t WiKT'rri- It stands on the open, unshaded grounds People from Inland Kentucky have on the long way, and arc not fit to be straight mark, and sometimes a crook Round the Jegs there is a quantity oi of the hospital of Yokohama. The house gold filigree work, and from these put upon the sofas on which they are ed mark. The Lord our Shepherd has spring out, the rare opportunity of witnessing a3 it were, two cobras mod- is 44 feet long, 23 feet wide and 1" feet to recline at the meal, and so Jesus a mark for his sleep. It is a red mark combined Ainiy and Navy life at the eled in silver. The termination of the high. Large panes of glass, washes their feet, and gathers them up the mark of the cross. "Blessed are throne legs are well designed hoofs, inch thick and about four inches apart, most historic spot in the United States. in the towel to dry them. The work they that are persecuted for righteousBnilt on strictly Scientific prinof saving this world was rough work. ness' sake, for theirs is the kingdom of The back is inlaid with silver and there are set in iron frames so as to form THINK OF IT! are other cobras enlacing the arms, the sidss of a cellular building block. ciples and of the highest grade marugged work, hard work; and Jesus put lieaven." Of these blocks the walls are construct on the raiment, the plain raiment, of furthermore, consider the shep which are highly gilded. The landing place of the terials. DURABLE, PORTABLE, A motoii cradle is the latest domestic ed. There are no window sashes, the settlers, the I'ocohontas Jamestown herd s pasture grounds. The old shep-our flesh. and Cant. invention, and a air escape being through several small John Smith incident, Cornwallis sur- ladv INVINCIBLE. The storms were to beat Him, the nercis us;cl to take the sheep upon the crowds were to jostle Him, the dust mountains in the summer, an! dwell who has purchased one declares that openings around the upper part of the rentlmg his liritish forces, the battle m the valleys in the winter. The sheep, if science goes on much longer with second story, but through which no air of the Monitor and Merrimac, and was to sprinkle Him, the mobs were to last, but pursue Him. Oh, Shepherd of Israel! being out of doors, perpetually, their improvements of that kind there will from the outside is admitted. The air ing of in the same c!ass, the launchSimplicity in construction and notbelonirinp-ttho TV the leave at home thy bright array. For wool was better than if they had soon be nothing left for her husband supply is obtained from a considerable produce an honest product at an honest price. The Blickensderfer is to do. The thing is said to be a ureal distance, forced through a pipe and thee, what streams to ford, what nights been kept in the hot atmosphere J Powerful Baffle Slip the only high grade machine at reasonable cost. Guaranteed longest article, carefully filtered through cotton wool Wells wore dug advance on the all unsheltered! He puts upon Him of the sheep-co- t Some features-Durabili- ty, to cleanse it of bacteria. To insure furPortabilitv. Interchan"enblo Tv the plain raiment of our humanity; for the sheep and covered with anu canorhe worked with either el Timno- petroleum. Tlie motion may ther sterilization, the air is driven of our Navy, and it will be called away with Ribbon nuisance, Adjustable wears our woes, and while earth and large stones, in order that the tricity Perfect Alien-tnen- t, 'Kentucky" think of it! hot weather might not spoil the oe accelerated or slacked by simply against a glycerin-coate- d Heaven and hell stand amazed at the Unexcelled Manifolding. plate of glass, As soon as the date of I.aunchHg is abnegation wraps around Him the water. And then the shepherd led his turning a screw, and one great advan- which captures all the microbes the The only Typewriter receivinsr Highest Award nt lVnr1fT Kair flock wherever he would; nobody dis tage is that the berceau does not cease wool spares. The few microbes brought settled on, it will be given wide pubshepherd's plaid: proved since. Adopted by Western Union Telegraph Co. "Cold mountains and the midnight air. puted his right. So the Lord our swinging though the baby may be left into the house in the clothes of visitors licity in the papers. Witnessed the fervor of Ills prayer." Shepherd has a large pasture ground. in the room alone. nxu OK CATALOGUE AXD TESTI3IOXIAI.S.-W- & soon Next, I mention the shepherds crook. He takes us in the summer to is now said that women's hair is which die in the warm sunlight with MAKE YOUR PLANS. It the house is flooded. The space This was a rod, with a curve at the end mountains, and in the winter to the becoming more beautiful in color every BRO'S.. Gen. the Through sleepers wiil run from Lex- 125 E. Payette St. which, when a sheep was going astray, valleys. Warm days of prosperity year, and is also growing thicker and between the glasses of the building 01S R St. X XV blocks is filled with a solution of salts, ington. was thrown over its neck, and in that come, and we stand on sun-gilonger. This is said to be due to the Baltimore, JId. SabWashington, D.C way it was pulled back. When the baths, and on hills of transfiguration: small, light bonnets that women wear. which absorbs the heat of the sun, so For detail information write or call JM sheep were not going astray the shep- and we are 60 high up we can catch a Certain it is that the air and sunshine that the rooms of this house nre much on any agent, or herd would often use it as a sort of glimpse of the pinnacles of the heavenly improve the color and texture of the cooler than those protected by the HOOD, Queen & Crescent Koute. GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. P. A., crutch, leaning on it; but when the city. Then cold, wintry days of trouble hair. Sun bleaches the hair, and Vene thickest shades. In the evening the inSUKGEON-DENTISsheep were out of the way the crook come, and we go down into the valley tian beauties always dried their ruddv terior is heated by the salts radiating LEXINGTON, KY. Handsome historical lithograph, co was always busy pulling them back. oi mcKness, wane ana locks in the sun, thereby getting that the heat they have absorbed during LANCASTER, KY ored birds-ey- e Dereavement, view of Chattanooga,!" clay. So effective is the system of All we, like sheep, have gone astray, and we say: "Is there any sorrow Office over J. C. Thompsan's iewelrv store "Wall Paper. like tint so much admired called Titian red. the on Danville street. Missionary Eidge, Walden's Ridge, and had it not been for the shepherd's unto my sorrow?" But, blessed be God, Of course, sunshine will not bleach regulating the temperature that a few crook we would have fallen long ago the Lord's sheep can find pasture any- dark hair, but it gives a deeper color hours of sunlight, even in freezing I have secured the agency for a lead and portions of the Chickamauga field Land and a Living over the precipices. where. Between two rocks of trouble to an kinds oi tresses, and will bright weather, will render the house habit- ing manufacturer and have samples of Here is a man who is making toe a tuft of succulent promises; green en dull brown hair. Arc best and cheapest in the New as seen from the summit of Lookout able. It is only when .several cloudy an elegant line of Wall Paper, and Sonth. Land S3 to 5 an acrj. much 'money. He is getting very vain. pastures beside still waters; lone days follow in succession that artificial Easy Mountain. Ilighcst style of lithoHe says: "After awhile I shall be inde- sweet crass between bitter craves. heat is needed. Then it is supplied by will be glad to order any amount par- terms Good schools and churches. grapher's art. On No blizzards. No cold waves. New fine paper; plate CUBAN OIL cures pumping in hot air. Dr. Van der Hey-de- n ties may desire. Call my pendent of all the world. Oh, my soul, You have noticed the structure of the M at IWIIVI 9 Cuts, Burns, Bruises, residence illustrated paper, 'Land and a Liv 10 x 24. Mailed for 10 cents in stamps. eat, drink and be merry.' Business sheep's month? 3 months, for 10 cents, in stamns. It is so shaip matism and Sores. Price, 25 Rheu of a thinks he" has solved the problem and get prices. igvU. cents SaydUaster comes to him. What is God that it can take up a blade of gra H complete germicide on a big scale, W. Kinearsox, G. P. A., Queen & W. a Risearsox. Gen'l PdSs'r Agt., Q. U Mrs. P. L. Austin. r San Francisco Chronicle, Crescent Route, Cincinnati & C. Route, Cincinnati, O. A BLOWING PASTQRAJ old-tim- sand-blin- harp-strin- with him.? Has God against him? Oh, :no. God is ti?owing over him the shepherd's crook and pulling him .back intp better pastures, lien.' is a man who has alway.- been well. has nevjr had any .sympathy or inthem coughing, v'ueez-in- g valids; After awhile sickness nuisances. comes ,to .him. He does not understand what Go.l is going to do with him. He says: "Is the Lord angry with me?"' Oh, no. With the shepherd's crook he has been pulled back int better pastures. Here is a happy household circle. The parent dos-- not realize the truth that these children are only loaned to him, and he forgets from what source came his domestic blessings. Sickness drops upon those children and death swoops upon a little one. He .says: "Is God angry with me?"' No. His shepherd's crook pulls him back into better pastures. I do not know what would become of us if it had not been for the shepherd's crook. Oh, the mercies of our troubles! You take up apples and plums from und-- T the shade of the troes, and the very best fruits of Christian character we find in the dvsp shade of trouble. When I was on the ht earner coining across the ocean I got a cinder in ?j)y eye, and cycriil persons tried to get it out very gently, yul f could not ba I ft'ijs; told taken out ri that way. that the engineer had a facility in such cases. I went in him. lie put his large, sooty hand on rue, f.uol q Jpife, and wrapped the lid of the eye around the knife. I expected, to be hurt very much, but without any pnin. nn jn stantly. he removed the cimU'C Oil, there r.re times in our Christian life when our spiritual vision is be ing spoiled, pud all gentle appliances fail. Then then? ponies some rinnt lays hol trouble, and, of us and removes that which would have ruined our vision forever. I will gather all your joys together in one regiment of pn companies, and I wiil put them under Co, Joy. Then I will gather all 3"Our sorrows, together in one regiment of ten companies, unrt put them jj.nder Lol. lsrealtlieart. Then I will .sk: Which of these regiments has gained for you tl;e greater spiritual victories? Certainly tiiut under CoJ. HreflUhPiU't. In the time of war. yo;j may remeni her, at the south and north, the qifu$r tion was whether the block troops would fight; but when they were put into the struggle on botli sides they In the great day of did hcrpicall-- . eternity it ;yili be 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 spiritual .success from your pros-pety 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 1 see a group of men around a lost sheep. A plowman comes along and seizes the sheep, and it seems as if it would die of fright. After a while some one breaks the thicket. He says: "Let me have the poor thing." lie comes up and lays his arms around the sheep, and it is quiet. Who is the last man that comes? It is the shepherd. Ah, my friend, be not afraid of the shepherd's crook. It was never used on you, save in mercy, to pull you back. The hard, cold iceberg of trouble will melt in tlje warm gulf going to any gr.udgc s 1 blnck-hundur- i, ri strcain-ofsympath- .spot. .aiu-fe- -- ITIOML OlJlliliUii OF LEXINGTON, KY. in 1 Jix-v-'- THE hum ill? OiJlmuiii sheep-sheariu- j ' ' l CO - 'l ." . . hesal-tend- -, CO " ... INSURANCE IS A LAW OF AVERAGE. long-met- - . one-thir- Z JSS t 'r'"' ''ffi, K!?.t,,, tl-- OTJjR, MISSION. , ' by sheep-wash- -j Citizens National snow-whit- NOTHING LIKE 1 1,1 fa .. -- DO llankins-house- Others Make Money. Why Not You? CO resi-rr- e r (,"i CO VP . .'. '''" e tite-mc- con-tryi- u 5 1 " If erg-she- ll : IM Iff 0 East If j- 1 p A COWS-Cho- ice . t. rag-pic- Rates. of of of of q- ft- 11 .1 TT. 1 dust-proo- f, air-pro- - TYPEWRITB3 one-ha- lf strong-minde- d hand-rocke- d m Line-Space- r, i. MOORE Ats. lt J. T, I I 1 PIMf r