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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l- t VOLUME VIII Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyt as Second Class matter PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAM LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 11 1898 fc tuttn SI 11 l1 J zlt N- ri tttothhg t uhER 4- 9I r jhilld Plow NO 20 THE AMERICAN is made from the best brands of car wheel iron b the latest and best method No pains are spared to make this the best and strongest Chilled Plow on the market Try it and you will be convinced All parts interchanged with other makes of the same numbers J R Haselden Lancaster Ky Col W I Williams Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY All business attended- to promptly BEAZLEYBiUHMAN andchilled W G Welch WILLIAM MLflil a i a I t Stanford LL a a UNDERTAKERSand Furniture Carpetsc Lancaster Ky f AND ABOUT LANCASTER 1 0 00 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0000 I Lilli IIIIIIIIIIA llllllllllll 1II AAAAAA OOOeWaP00voe000caeeeooei00Peoee00e00eeB g- IN Sore arms are numerous Fresh oysters for sale at Northcotts JA B jazlcy Co headquarters for wall New Calicoes at S T Evans See em V Wanted 1000 hens Will pay 5c per pound ths week B Fox I will sell you package at 10c Sugar at cost for cash T Currey f Wanted Veal Calves Will go to country and buy II B Northcott j B F Walter Dentist will be at Buena V sa Wednesday March lath Clover oats timothy and orchard grass always on hand at Gaines J C Thompson has just received tvo of new clocks which we are selling very cheap A collection for the SLV ral Boards will ba taken at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning Corn Wanted If parties wishing to sell corn bring it to me at once I will buy same J W Wilier Mgr Pilgrimage 17 Aunt Mary Band widow of Elbert Bland died at the old home place near town Tuesday She was widely known among the oder citizens of the county and highly respected Miss Annie Walter assisted by Mrs M C Walter will dressmake at the home of the latter Childrens work carefully attended too Call on us oace and you will call again 2t Old Taper Benton Ashley showel us a newspa per bearing date June 20 17JO Its a cariosity and he has been offered SIO fo it bat hopes to get a better fiur Lug Court The March term of the Garrard Cir cait Court convenes Monday Follow ing is the docket SO od equity cases 2l equity appearances 10 old common law cases 2S common law 0 commonwealth cases J he will be consumed to dispose of it yy lin j coffee caSt s Y believed piper f bluegrass will Distillery appearances I Big Court next week Veal calves wanted Butler Fox Typewriter letter heads at this office Some of the restless have begun work in their garlen best Disc Harrow on the mar ket at G S Gaines The best two horse wagon on the market at G S Gaines Largest line Plows and Plow gear J R Haselden Flower seed in bulk Sweet peas only 5 cent an ounce tt Thompsons Wanted car load of Iron Bones and Rags II B Northcott 7 Wanted geese ducks and eggs Highest market price II B North CDtt Murdered at Marcel 1 us The expense account of farmers grinding plow points at C K Poindex ters nov25tf Bourbon Steam Laundry Miss Oivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry Leave your orders at Sweeneys store tf Salt Salt I have just received a car of barrel and sack salt that I am selling Cheap for cash Store near depot 348t J J BAIITOX For Sale or Kent I will either sell or rent my resi dence It is in good repair and in a neighborhood For particulars call on either W II Kinnaird or my self Mary K Weisiger Goose and Duck Eggs out of Sight Until April 1st 1S98 I want all your goose and duck eggs will pay 35c for gorsi eggs and loc for duck eggs Bring them in and get the cash on Public Square in Archers meat shop BUTLER Fox Mr Jas Naylor one of Garrards most prominent and popular young men died at his home several miles from town 1 hursday and was buried in the Cemetery Friday He was in his He was an young and well liked by all who knew hm yy Ofy by good Office lJames 5th year honorable man The x Naylor WAR INEVITABLE We are going to BOMBARD TIlE CITY of Lancaster and Surrounding Country this Spring Sea son with PRICES We have bought and are now receiving the Largest and Most Complete line of Spring Clothing Shoes Hats Neckware ever shown in the city We are going to put forth all of our energies to make this the banner season of our expe rience In buying our Spring Goods we Fought the Prices Down with King Cash and want the people of Lancaster and surrounding country to have the benefit of it It will be money in your vest pocket to SEE US this season before buyin your Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods 4r1T Ir I LOW ii6J Goods r LOGAN ROBINS N 0 j 1 J 01 c7 tiDr1 i u- i 7 R r 4r 1 q Furnishing J 5 4 f Fresh gardn S d ai S T Wanted hens at 5c per pound II B Northcott 200000 bride for sale Greening Pence Stanford Ky Northern seed Irish potatoes at per bushel at Gaines v All varieties of Landreth garden seed in bulk at Gaines Rev Faulconer will preach at the Christian church Snnday night Beginning with Feb 10th our terms will be cash J C Thompson Hay and corn always on hand at Cy rus Easons for retail 128 4t S T Evans will have the largest line of buggies and phaetons ever brought to Lancaster Save your or ders for him White French Artichoke will pre vent hog cholera Seed for sale dollar per bushel by G Craddock Marksburv Ky flliit Next Week The post office will probably change hinds next week Mr West takin possession It will be moved to Gov Bradleys room on Lexington street Wanamaker Brown are giving each customer from S3 to 5 in the price of suits as the customer that much and gets a perfect fit M D HUGHES Agent Children and adults tortured by burns scalds injuries eczema or skin diseases may secure instant relief De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It is the great Pile remedy Stormes Drug Store lm A IS Itobertsou lro The old firm of A B Robinson Bro the Danville dry goods firm out in a big ad in todays RECOHD Read every word of it City Council The City Councl met in regular Monday evening but did nothing of importance The question of com palsory vaccination up but no such order was made It was deeded that in cases where parties wanted the work done and could prohies sat isfactory evidenca th it they were ur abie to ply for the town would settle for such operation To Get 1oiutcrs Evans 1 L Farmers atone andreliable cons session sam 1 Premium sate busing 1 cam g s y County Judge Burnside and Squires Dunn and Myers went to Lexington Carlisle and several other counties this week to see the manner in which the pikes are kept up and to gather such points as would assist in the matter here in GarrarJ The problem of keeping up the pikes is both knotty and expensive and the officers are wise in getting all the inforrmtoa obtainable before taking any gent steps Gratitude The owners of the Pilgrimage Messrs Levy Bros ordered 300 extra copies of TIlE RECOUD containing our writeup of their plant We are so used to having people complain because we do not praise them a little higher that Levy Bros appreciation of our humble came like clap of thunder from a clear sky An exhibition of is a rare occurence these days Smash Up A horse attached to a rockaway be came frightened near Josephs store Tuesday and dashed across the square at frightful speed When in front of Gaines grocery the runaway came in contact with Mr Gaines delivery wag on causing its horse to break loose and run and Mr Rigneys wagon was slightly damaged The rockaway was smashed into kindling wood The turnout belonged to Mr E Dunn Ready For Business Having bought the stock of Lackey Bros we are now open for business Will keep constantly on hand a first class stock of dry goods groceries shoes hats queenswareand in fact everything kept in an uptc date general merchandise store Also a nice line of furnitu 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 price and will sell goods as cheap as you can buy them in the country It will be to your interest to see us before guying elsewhere Give us a call Very R L Jennings Oo Paint Lick Ky The Small Pox Scare The excitement created by the dan gerous approach of small pox has about died out in Lancaster though the doctors are yet doing mich vacci nating Sore arms are thick as hops and if you want to get knocked down just grab the average Lancaster man woman child by the left arm While there is no immediate danger yet it is say the disease is fast dying out there there are enough cases tc spread the disease over the state a watch is not kept TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All Druggist refund the money If it falls to Cure Distillery Cincinnati efforts a gratitude undertakers hardware or performed if 7 r perm respectfully Tickets for the Launching On account of the Launching of Battleship Kentucky at News Va hursday March 24th ten oclock a m the Chesapeake Ohio Ry will trip from Lexington Winchester and ML Sterling and correspondingly rates from all Central towns at S1200 for both trains Tuesday March 22nd Tickets will be days from date of sale Trains leave Lexington at 1125 a m and 853 p m an I arrive News 1110 a m and 550 p m day Berth rate S3 50 through double barth Send in your names to undersigned at once for sleeping space Special rates at the hotels GEO W BAKXEV D P A C O Ry Lexington Straining at a Gnat One of the most ridiculous things we have heard of lately is the disposi tion of some people to take exceptions at part oi the Old Bachelors show In the initiation of the candidate a long and foolish obligation was given the party administering it making the af fair up as he went along Being a member of several secret orders he naturally wound up with so help me God and may He keep me Now some are tearing their hair over this great sin and want Lewis Walker to sit in sackcloth and ashes over the unpardonable sin Of course it was not exactly right but if those raising the howl arc so perfect and pure that this sin is offensive to them they have no business in this wicked world their place is up with St Piiter Such ideas of religion make us very tired Bachelors Convention The Court Housi was crowded night by people all the who came to witness the Old Bachelors Convention The first scene represented barber shop with the wellknown bachelors of the town and county malting really to go to the convention This part was in every particular The second scene was the convention proper which was presided over by Lewis L representing J Crafty Burnside Ihe bachelors were represented by young men about town Many good were made though some of the part were exceedingly tame and fell Hat or six members told their well but same wo regret to showed great lack and prep aration Some of the boys seemed think that all they hat to do was make up and get on the stage put ting no work on what they were tt do or say after having made their Joe Robinsons aJdres representing Puny Bjszey was good and took well with the audi cute though he was interrupted by some Smart Alex in the audience win tiud to kia Joe Tne aforesaid Alex was callel down Mr Walker At the conclusion of the convention a minstrel show was given by severe young men assisted by the Lancaster band Lewis Walker acted as inter locutor with Charley Anderson and Letcher Owsley on the ends and Owsley are certainly first class minstrels and their work was highly complimented by everybody who saw it Their gags were all new and were sprung on popular home people which of course made them more enjoyable The singing of John Farra Ode Shugars Virge Keni per Owsley Hughes and Anderson was well up and one of the most features of the evening This in a great measure was due to the lovely piano accompaniments played by Miss May Z Hughes This little lady very gracefully agreed to help the boys by playing as they had no orchestra and had it not been for her kindness the musical part of the program would have been a flat sellround t ckets Kentuckv goodseven Ky steadast Friday Loin Walls r hit Five experience sa ofstudy t appearance vet successfully- by Anderson charming failure th a an lot o nex fo ca over county first clas enjoyable d t By far the best and most part of the evenings was the tableau This repre sented America standing between Cuba and Spain The latter with drawn knife was striking at Cuba when an officer of the U S Army in full uniform grabbed Spains strik ing arm America was represented by Miss Lula Robertson a lovely young lady of Elizabeth town now visiting Mrs Ellen Owsley If every Kentucky colonel could raise a regiment to march against Spain what a vast army would be but in the fied by the grand old The other States of the I tile Royal tie highest grade bctag powtfar UMW Actual show it goese third farther than My ether braaC beautifuland Commonwealth itGeorgetownTimes i tests tt appropriate entertainment little s I lKPOWDER JIOVAl1AICItIG SEW year c IuvINy rtlr Iowett Co A GREAT Having of W T West his stock of Goods Notions Clothing Hats Furnishing Goods Boots and a enables us to offer goods in this line at Remarkably Low Prices Come Early and Get First Choice 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 and convert the business into A FIRST CLASS Dry Goods House We will carry lines of 2Zotions find in fact everything that goes to make up a First Class Goods House In doing this we ask the support and of the people of Lan caster and Surrounding Country With your aid we can up a that will enable us to car ry a well selected stock in this line WQ promise at all times to do the best in our power to merit your favors We propose to BUY for CASH and SELL for CASH ONLY prices that will at all times enable them to supply their wants close to the Manufacturers W T WESTS OLD STAND 1 8- I BARGAIN PHAST I I I8 8 I g 1T X ress UOovs rtmmtngs X X I ahcs f 9 p 8 If By doing this we can bring to the consumer 2 2 The GOods Co ilg co OOOOO T ti 5 a 4p U ToDatep- it r r urntr its Q Logan Dryi t- AT The Logan Dry Goods Co have a shpment of Spring Goods Bro Camplvll will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning aid night at the usual hour All my customers of last season can come in on Tuesday and get tickets for the pants to be given away M D HUGHES Agent Old Vets Attention Please be at Masonic Hall promptly at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon We must be getting ready to attend the encampment which will soon meet in Cincinnati James Dilon Prison Commissioners A telegram from Frankfort says the prison commissioner fight ended in the appointment of Henry George of Graves county J M Richardson of Barren and Edmond Finnell of Har Tickets rison received A leading farmer s id to TILE REC ORD The indications are that wheat will advance much higher although we may have declines but that will only te temporary and it will reach the dollar mark here and go higher At the Minstrels End Man Say Mistah you tell me why Mr Jack Rout of Stanford is like one of these here di vers what goes down in the sea Mr Bones Why is it End Man Cause hes always for Pearl Pretty Storeroom The store room occupied by The Lo gan Dry Goods Co has been refitted and made into a strictly uptodate es tablishment A new coat of paper and paint has added a pretty and in Biting appearance Mr Logan gives hi undivided attention to the busi ness and has put in a stock of upto date goods second to none in Ken tucky Pleasant Affair The social given at the Christian church Wednesday evening was a very enjoyable affair in every way A great many of the members assembled about 733 oclock and passed several hours in social conversation singing and partaking of elegant refresh ments prepared by the good ladies S jch entertainments are calculated to do much good in any church as they bring the members closer together in terest them in the churchs welfare sad in tact have a good influence ev cry way certainly Johnsoncan JNo hunting 4 I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn of laham 3lerrimaii Isham Merriman a former citizen of Upper Garrard died at Versailles Tuesday and was brought to Paint Lick for burial Wednesday He was widely connected in Garrard and well known all over the county lIe was a single man and probably fifty years of age IVillarU Memorial A service in memory of Frances E Willard will be held at the Christian church Sunday night week the 20th All ministers of the town will take part and the local W C T U will assist An interesting program will be prepared and all are cordially in vited to be present On the State Medical Board Gov Bradldy sent to the Senate the name of Dr W S ONeal of this city to be a member of the state boarl of health Senator Gorge Farric ob Death jected to the confirmation and the name was referred back to the com mittee We understand today that Mr Farris has withdrawn his objec tion and that the doctor will be con firmed B G Fox fc Rice have just shipped to Atlanta a car of horses which they bought at 50 to 100 B G Fox Rice sold to F E Grifin of Atlanta a fiveyearold bay mare by Happy Day out of Dave Rowland 217 100 E W Lee arrived home Satur day morning from Atlanta where he had teen handling mules He sold over one thousand head on commis sion Mr Lee says prices were about as good as usual but there were not quite as many sales He was well satisfied with his trip in every way Danville Advocate Buffalo Roller Mills Paint Lick Ky It cost money to advertise and we do not advertise for fun or pastime but mean business strictly We do believe that we are in shape to give you as good flour in exchange for your wheat as can be made and as most all wheat that was raised in 1897 was good it is a rare exception that we fail to give our customers 34 lbs of our fault less flour and 10 lbs bran for every bushel of wheat If you will try us with a wagon load of wheat we are sure you will come again We are pre pared to exchange flour every day Sunday We guarantee our flour jest like we do we sell it If it is not good return it aad we will satin fy you BURXAM RUCKKB the r Shelby except C datf i r Jr r CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER KENTUCKY Tr 1 u Ittt BY LOUIS LdDkAJr PubllsLer WK 1 EfMs ONE YFAB IN ADVANCE flOO Six MONTHS 50 THEEE 25 March 11 1898 TIlE efforts of Uncle Sams officials to keep down the war excitement are proving a failure and the prospects of a fight with Spain grow more alarm lug each day Spain called for the withdrawal of Consul General Lee but Mr McKiiley refus d flatly to do so Spain then withdrew her call and gave some lame excuse for making it ISoth countries are making all possi ble preparations and we believe a war is sure to follow Every mmber of the National House voted for the Can non bill placing 53000000 at the dis posal of the President to meet any emergency in the national defense The vote on the bill was preceded by debate in which men of all parties and from all sections united in that they knew no party divisions in any emergency concerning the na tional honjr an1 safety Seine re garded such a provision for war as the surest guaranty of peace others de clared it a war measure and support ed it as such The Navy Department is pushing negotiations for the pur chase of warships The cable is being used freely and Commander Urown son will sail by the first available steamer to find what warships can be bought It is reported that the has an option on two cruisers that are being cons Jructed for Japan These two vessels will be among the swiftest cruisers in the world While we are confident the United States win out of the conflict with flying colors yet we have a pre sentiment that Spain has a carl of some kind up her sleeve and will give us a harder fight than is generally ex pected The report of the Court o Inquiry is anxiously awaited and when it is made prompt action will by Mr McKinley IT 3s easy to see why Spain desired the recall of Consul General Lee His Americanism is too robust to suit the Spaniards either in Cuba or Spain The Madrid Government would prefer to see in Lees place some man who would think more of Spains interests and less of those of the United States than Lee does Some one of the three or four gentlemen who are holding up American legislation in the House Spain in this crisis The United States could spare these but she will not send them to represent her interest in Cuba She will keer them where they can be watched Let is emphatically the right man for the place and he will stick TilE Uronston prison bill has be come a law over Gov IJradleys veto It takes the prison management out ol the hands of the sinking fund com missioners and places it with a com mission of three persons elected by tin legislature As that body will ap point democrats it means that tht two republican wardens two deput wardens two physicians and all the guards will be taken by the seat ol the pantsand pitched out into tIt The public has been worn out by so many prison scandals am talk of mismanagement that a heart amen will go up over any change that will put a stop to the windy gab con cerning the prison management WE notice the name of Judge M C Saufley among those proposed for Con gress this falL There is no man whom we would rather see go to congress than the able gentleman from Lin coIn but the people of this judicial district want Judge Micha G Saufley to remain right where he is A judgt who will at all times act impartially and best of all will not run off ou hobbies or mouse tracks is too great a blessing to let go nc matter what he thinks about it We believe we voice the sentiments of a majority of the people and especially the litigants and members of the bar when we say keep Judge Saufley where he is TilE L N railroad which is one of the best managed in America has announced its intention to restore the 10 per cent cut made in wages several years ago This will increase its expenses about 700000 and will be a big lift for the employees Uhe railroad mans lot is not an easy one by any means and the poor fellows earn every redcent they get The L by mployees everywhere to be the best in the country to work for A man is promoted when he de serves itv and faithful performance of duty is always rewarded TIlE older the buck the harder the hoof Just listen at Brer Walton Down in the Southern part of the State a young woman is doing a land office business selling books Shes young and shes fair and her modus operandi never fails A kiss goes with each book and as her lips are as red and as ripe as May cherries are inJune her books and her favors go like wild fire The gentlemen of the Penny rile will please pass her up this way p d q Ova Senator George Farris will not win much fame from stopping an between Charley Uronston and Mr Enloe We do not know much about Enloe but a tenyearold lad can stop the boisterous Charles when he gets into a scrap Go stop some real sureenough bad UHF George Dont waste time jumping between two fellows who could not be pushed together with mogul en glues FRIDAY a declaring betaken wouldsuit coldworld annual Nis said altercation Government come and Y STATE NEWS ITEMS 1 24j tt I crtXt tH e u iI rfS J o6i is WANT A RAISE Firemen of N in Session LOUISVIIIK Ky March 4 General Manager Metcalfc of the Louisville Nashville railroad met a committee appointed by the conductors en gineers and firemen of that system who are in session here Thursday They asked for a restoration of the ten per cent cut in their wages which was made in 1SU3 The was made in a courteous gentle manly manner and General Manager Metcalfe who had coma from Florida to be present told th members of the committee that their request would ba complied with in the course of a few months at and regretted sin cerely that the cut could not be re stored at once He however gave the members of the committee such as surances of the roads intentions in this direction that conference end ed very pleasantly The meeting ad journed Thursday afternoon MANY BURGLARIES In Padncah Caused an Idlers Ordinance and a Curfew Law to Uc by UHf City Council PADUCAH Ky March 01 fifty burglaries of note in this local ty have aroused tIll people and a strin gent idlers ordinance and a curfew law have been adopted by city council and put in force Wednesday night a strong vigilance committee also went to work and Ne goes and three men were caught and two severely and forced to leave on departing trains One Negro in his haste to depart fell from a mating train and was injured but he was thrown on and carried away The committee promises to clean the town before disbanding There is great fear particularly among Negroes Trouble may result THE HOUSE IaKKos an Act Drcarl Silver Legal Tender in 1uyiiiciil of Debt nn iio Same Terms ICFOKT Ky March house of representatives has passed by a party vote an act to prevent the making of a contract payable in gold and snaking such a contract null and void Dr S Atwood Smith of introduced the bill and warmly advocated its passage It is a copy of the Nebraska law and prevents the discrimination of tithe metal against the other and declares both gold and silver legal tender in payment of debt on exactly the same terms Fair Grounds to lie Sold PAKIS Ky March fair grounds of the old Bourbon County Agricultural association user this city are to be sold at public auction portly The annual meetings of the association have been held on these grounds for 50 years Many presidents of the United States and distinguished statesmen have attended these gather ings This was the oldest fair in the United States the first having been held in 1S41 The Kentucky Itunchin- LoLisviLiK Ky March 7 Prepara tions are being made to take a great arowd of Kentuckians to the of the Kentucky There will be four special trains the official train carrying Gov Bradley and distinguished participants The Ves singer Guards of Louisville will en Jcavor to go as an escort to the goy ernor The legislature has been asked to appropriate S500 for them The Tracy Kill Waiting the Governors Signature FRANKFORT Ky March 7 The Tracy bill requiring cities of the see end class in which separate terms of court are held to maintain court houses went to the governor Satur day The bill was passed in both houses and was originated for the purpose of preventing a of the Tarvincouncil contempt incident A Decision Soon FRANKFORT Ky March S Judge Helm and others of those interested in the Covington council case are here to await the action of the appellate court The latter as a whole will go into secret consultation for final of the case and will doubtless hand down its decision the next da at 11 oclock Relief for the Lexington Asylum FKAXKFOKT Ky March 4 The sen ate Thursday passed a dozen small bills including 10000 relief for the Lexington asylum Only Otto Case MIDDLESBOKO Ky March 7 Hut one case of smallpox was reported Sat urday All patients have been removed to the pest houses set apart for them Authorities have been busy in lions previously occupied by smallpox patients and in some cases burning them Remarkable lirtliRICHMOND Ky March The wife of Henry White of Paint Lick this county gave birth to a girl on Tues day of last week and ou Thursdaytwo days after was delivered of a bouncing boy Irison Hill Passed Over the Veto FKANKFOKT Ky March 7 The Bronson prisons bill came up in the ienate Saturday where it was a special jrJer It was passed over the govern ors veto by a strictly party vote of 25 to 11 Brown dem and McConnell pop did not vote This is the first knockout of the governor at this session State Schools of Reform FRANKFORT Ky March court of appeals Friday affirmed the lower courts judgment commanding the state auditor to issue his warrant for 100000 appropriated for the erection of state schools of reform aiiddlcsboro Ordered Quarantined MiDDLESitoRO Ky March 9 Gov Bradley has ordered Middlesboro antined No one will be permitted to leave and none to enter town One hundred cases of smallpox are in the pest house Business is at a Gloom rests upon everything Clyde Coleman Crashed by FALMOUTU Ky March p Clyde Coleman aged 20 was crushed by a train at Butler Monday night He was trying to beat his way to his home here Conductors Jon lner und the- I S request most th Passed 4Forty white allwhipped Both Gold and 5The Louisville 4The launching andstaff unanimously recurrence consideration disinfecting 5The standstill Can dyad substantially New qua Planters CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic Neuralgia and Toothache in five minutes Sour Stomach and Summer Complaints Price 25 Cents CONSCIENCE MONEY Over Two Tli msuul Dollars raid to Col U tiir S l p of time IiinNvilU IHstrCt to j Paid into United Stntis Treasury Ivy March 7 Re ceived of unknown parties the sum of 2400 alleged by them to be due the United States government as taxes on whisky in bond in 1893 in the state of Kentucky said taxes being withheld by unknown parties at the time CHAJUFS E S SAIT Collector Internal Revenue Fifth Kentucky District 51 arch 4 ISJS This receipt was given an unknown man by Collector Sapp after the stranger had counted out in poll It was conscience money The stranger explained himself to Sapp as follows I represent parties now living in a distant state Jii 1SD3 they in Kentucky and de frauded the government out of con siderable money in whisky taxes How it was done makes no difference to you The parties I represent are con scious stricken they want to return the money with interest Will you give me a receipt for the money if 1 pay it over to you Collector Sapp was of course will ing to give a receipt and accept the money Later lu wired the at Washington of his unusual collection BLOODY FIGHT In Which One Man is Reported Killed Two Others Mortally IVuuiulcil- CAIIOWAV Ky March 7 A bloody fight took place Saturday evening in the new Harlan district of llarlan county in which one roan is reported to have been killed and two others mor tally wounded The participants were William Gross and Sam Gross against Abe Carroll John Carroll and Abe Sewell Knives and pistols were freely used and it is said that Sewell was instantly killed while Win Gross and one of the Carrolls were fatally in jured Particulars are megcr but so far as can be learned the trouble arose over the killing of a calf belonging to the Gross brothers by Carroll GKKKSVIIIK Ky March 8 P I Hardison proprietor of the Depot ho tel shot and mortally wounded I T Pence a young man Pence and Ilardi sons wife were standing in the hotel office in conversation when Hardison ordered Pence to leave the place Pence walked to the door and was leaning against it when Hardison fired liardison was arrested at once Icu- Illoricixsvnii Ky March W Fletcher residing in this city was in the woods Monday getting out tim ber for rails assisted by a 12yearold son of Thus Dunning a neighbor As the boy was moving a wedge the heavy maul in Fletchers hand accidentally came down on his head crushing in his skull and inflicting other injuries that resulted in death LKXIXOTOJT Ky March S The Hill Street Methodist church was the scene of a conflict Sunday between John D Walker and S S Itosell deacons and James II Oversteet a member of the choir Overstreet was asked by the two as a committee to leave the choir Hot words followed and it is alleged Walker struck Overstreet Friends The School nook Kill FKAXKFOUT Ky March is learned that a caucus on the Chinn school book lull will be called The supporters of the measure still think there is a chance to force the senate to reconsider its refusal to recede from the adoption of the 15ronston sub stitute which the house would not ac cept Girls Arrested in Church EWIXG Ky March two Crow girls who with their mother engaged in a pitched battle with officers in Lewis county a few weeks ago in which the mother was killed were rested lucre Sunday while attending church They were returned to Lewis county charged with malicious The Cty Shnll Tot ray FKANKFOKT Ky March court has decided that a city char ter must rule in street improvement cases and that a city shall not pay for street improvements except at inter sections The case was appealed by AVighaus Brothers from Central Cov ington Killed His lOyal STAXFOKD Ky March Macks Tille Will Ulakcly shot and killed Dc cato Crenshaw in a quarrel about a woman Crenshaw had threatened lilakely with a knife Loth men are colored She Sues for LouisvujE Ky March com pany which put the names of debtors of this city on big wall posters has been sued by Mrs George Bart man a victim for 5003- Klcctrlc Light for Ludloiv- FKAXKFOKT Ky March Ken tucky Electric Light Co of Ludlow with a 30000 capital stock filed articles of incorporation with the of state The Coviiigton Council Case FKAXKFOKT Ky March pellate judges Friday morning fixed next Tuesday as the day for consulta tion for a final consideration of the Covington council and court case Judges Helm Tarvin and OHara are here and all the briefs era in At 107 Years PKESTOXSBUHG Ky March 4 James Click aged 107 years died Saturday Mr Click was the oldest man in the Sandy valley if not in Kentucky He has always been strong and active and rode horseback to the polls last Sons if Veterans Volunteer LOUISVILLE Ky March 5 Fowlei Camp Sous of Veterans 300 strong al a called meeting adopted tendering its services to President Mc Kinley in the event of war The camF has among its members some of the most prominentyoung men in the city Smallpox Situation Alarming MIDDLESBOKO Ky March S Th smallpox situation is more alarming Sixty now have the disease Eight cases were added Tuesday and fourteet Wednesday The disease has broker out in Claybourne county Tenn Shawnee Great excitement prevails LoUIs I TTI 2400 Collector lived department und tits lbyoi ST Dlsracfnl in Church intervened 5It SThe are shooting SThe I ofappeals SAt Damaes SThedelin- quent 4The secretary 5The ape November the Mortally 11ocaded Cuclt l Scene goal VA1 di JCf lsaardlle Ify IEW Spring I DRY GOODS We have now on sale complete lines of Dress Goods Silks and Wash Goods for Spring and Summer wear We an ticipate quite a large increase in trade this season and have brought more goods than ever before In extent and va riety our stock will compare favorably with any in the larger cities and we believe we sell most everything cheap er Give us a chance this Spring on anything you may need in Dry Goods Silver and Cut Glass and Ladies Shoes and we will make it pay you DRESS GOODS Beginning at 25C yard for choice of 20 styles 36 inch nov city Dress Goods and running up to 400 yd Poplins in all the new shades Granites Bayaderes Coverts Epingles Crepous Grenadines c and all kinds of Trimmings and Linings to suit SILKS Plain and changeable Taffetas in all the desirable shades Satin Duchesse Failles and French Poplins in solid col ors Hundreds of styles of fancy silks for waists and full dress from 75C to 300 yd Black Satin Duchesse and Luxor Taffetas Brocades Bayaderes c for seperate skirts Choice styles all silk Satin Brocades at 75c yd Summeraa Thirty five patterns of the new stripe plaid and figured Grenadines 46 inches wide from 125 yd and up These are immensely popular To line these we have fancy Taffetas also Cotton linings which have same ef fect as silks at much less price WASH GOODS We have so many that we can only give a list Organ dies at Sy 124 15 25 40 and 500 yd more than 150 styles Ginghams and Madras cloths 100 styles from roc to 400 Real French Percales down to 25C yd Real Scotch Madras in plaids and solids at 40C and 500 yd Im ported Dimities at 25C Linen Lawns at SOG yd Chivi ots at 12 and l Linen in stripes checks and solids for waists and Dresses at 33 Galatia Cloths at 12 and 15C Best Penangs iz4c White Pique 15C to 5oc Specials this week 36 inch Penangs in New Spring De signs at 5C per yard New Ginghams in fine light cloth and Choice Styles at 5c a yard QTHE STOCKS New line Ladies Shoes and Oxfords in Latest Shapes and Finest Qualities An immense line of Brilliant Cut Glass prices from 3 to Sterling Silver Spoons Forks and Fancy Pieces made by Whiting Manufacturing Co Towle Mfg Co Gorhani Mfg Co and Reed and Barton White Goods in all qualities from 7C a yard and up Lace Net and Muslin Curtains Hosiery and Kid Gloves Ribbons and Laces BUTTERICK PATTERNS Grenadinss blackand I 7 50 tO ff M Danville K Ii y l s a A New Line of Also a Variety of MeROBERTS DRUG STORE Orders taken for all Foreign or Domestic Magizhics or Newspapers Lillard Jiio B Stout Lillard Sloizt Stationery Paints Oils Etc KENTUCKY We Are Indebted- To the People of Lancaster and Garrard County For Much of our Successa- nd we appreciate it Dont fail to call on us We Guarantee Satisfaction Send to us for TRUNKS and VALISES Shoes for Everybody Hats and Furnishing Goods Caldwell Lanier Leading Shoe and Furnishing House Danville Ky Vritill PaD rin aurl OOC IE V d LE A 0 I N G 0 RUG GIS T S J LtttjJ Dt1Jl tlc1II DANVILLE Baxe Tablets MISCBLANEOUS BOOKS rcv 1Lfl = For Cash I have concluded to sell strictly for cash and will not deviate from the rule By having no outstanding ac counts or bad debts I will be able to sell much cheaper and devote more time to my customers wants MISS SALLIE TILLETT WH LACKEY Successor to Lackey Gulley LI Vim I MAlflilj HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES i SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN mm BANK o 0 0 0 0 000 00000000000000000010 o I I I I I 0 II 0 01 ouo 110 010 loa 100 UIIOO4 z493 THE First C1as- I a t CAPITAL 20000000 OF 1 SURPLUS 6500000 LANCASTER KY President JNO E STORMES Vice President KINNAIBD Cashier A R DENNY Wx H f Assistant Cashr C DENNYS J F ROBINSON JB Bookkeeper B T EMBBT Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Jas Spllman Alex R Denny W R Cook L Davidson Jno It Will Be Done Right If you Bring Your work to NED BURDETT CO at Arnold shop on Danville street Scientific Horseshoeing Repairing of Wagons Buggies and all kinds of ve hides Promptly and Substantially done Saml D Cochran A C Robinson E Stormes S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth filled and extracted Crown and Bridge a specialty Office over J R ORGANIZED 1883 NATIONAL BANK LAHOASTEK FT Capital Surplus Fund 100000 15OOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttentionGuaranteed J M HlGQINBOTHAJI Lewis Y LKAVKLL B F HUDSON W O BlQNKY WALKKR President VlcePrealdent Cashier Assistant Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JMHlOOINBOTHAX LEWIS YLlAVZLL- J 8 JOHNSON T M ARNOLD H C ARNOLD JB B F HUDSON AIBXGIBBS JJWALKXB RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES K C Branch Jouthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 340 p x Northbnd Mixed i4 800 A x Knoxville Branch Northbound Mail passes Stanford 1237 r JC Northbnd Express 313 Express 1204 p x Southbound Mall tX Queen Crescent Route PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 609 a m Number Daily 141 pm Number Daily Flag 331am Number 2 dont stop 350 a m SOUTH BOUND Number 1 dont stop 1155 a m Number Daily 1122 a m Number 9 Daily except Sunday 8 10 p m Number 3 Midnight flag Daily 1155 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE Work s Lancaster CITIZEN Cashr- C D t0SEIB0gJi A x r x tIIIIIIIIIIIII p m w without aOOVj South bnd i TRADE MARKS Anyone sending a sketch and description may our opinion an invention is Commnnlca tions strictly confidential Handbook on Patents patentsPatentsspecial settee without charge Scientific JtatrkaiiAtia- ndsomely Illustrated weekly Largest dreolation of scientific Terms 93 a year four months 91 Sold byall newsdealer Brandt Oflco OK F St U MU York W oa C DESIGNS c J t lathe O 3CRreadn i New ROBINSONPETTET COMPANY WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS LOUISVILLE KY urns ate GOODS I have in stock now New Sailors Chiffons Etc Miss Graham is now in the City at the whole sale houses picking out the nice things for summer I will join her in a few days and we will buy as nice a stock as can be selected in the markets MLRS MOODY II JRXfrETSr Iim siin 4 CENTRAL RECORD IMJIDAY Mardi IF 1898 PERSONAL Miss Nellie Marrs is visiting rela tives in Danville W II of Danville was here Monday on business Miss Margaret Mason is reported some better this wek Miss Pattie Beazey has returned from a visit to Lexington Mrs Ross Burnside has returned to her home in Barbourville Miss Lillie Phllips of Stanford is the guest of Miss Rella Arnold Mr and Mrs W T West have re turned from a visit to Lexington Miss Lena night has been ill for several days but is now improving Mrs Elizabeth Denny is visiting her neice Mrs Buland at Point Burnside Scott Petty has accepted a pc ion in J M Logans dry goods store Mr R E MeRoberts after a brief illness is able to be back at the store Mr John Banghman of Boyle was here Sunday to see one of our pretty girls Mesdames Dickerman and Berkele of Bryaatsville wem visitors here MondayMr Beazley of Crab Orchard visited his brother Dr W S Beazley last Tuesday Mrs Vim Browning of Lexington is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Jno Anderson Miss Lizzie Beazley has returned J Crab Orchard after a visit to her brother Dr Beazley C K McGugn brotherinlaw of the editor of KKCOHD is quite ill at his home in Albany Ind Mrs James Ling and daughter Miss Bessie of Burgin are visiting Misses Martha and Salue Tiilett Misses Erly and Florence Burnside were guests of Miss Mary Burnside last Friday and Saturday Mrs R Hackley of Buena Vista who has been very sick for several days is some better today Miss Annie Walter has returned home after a iit of several weeks to uncle Dr B F Walter Mary Hogan Roberts of Court House Ohio is the guest of Mrs Mary Sxvope at McCreary Mr A IL Rice and Miss Altie MaJks bury attended the Joshua Simpkins show at Stanford Monday evening Mrs Hattie Tankersley of Silver Creek is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J W Pumphrey Danville Miss Susie and Don Parks who have been visiting their parents Mr and Mrs J B Pirks returned Monday to Williamsburg where they attend col lege Mr and Mrs Sam Polard daughter and son of Danville were called here Friday to the burial of their nephew J Naylor Mr T W Reid has been confined to his room for a few days but we arc glad to note is back at his post in G S Games store CoL W S Fergurson is out from Covington this week lIe regrets mis ing the jokis worked oT on him by the recent hometalent shows Mrs Ellen Bradley Mayes sister of Governor Bradley was here recently to visit her daughter Mrs Waite at J ooooooooooooco Loo o West MiSS JIm r Irs i4 t r I r Washington p I avenue I Call at my store and we will ex plain how to Get One of these Boasters Free I now have on hand the Best Garden Seeds in Bulk VNGDONS BREAD DAILY ICEST CANDIES INT THE CITY A B Boquet and Proctor Knott Cigars Best in the market We handle only the Best Goods and strive to please H M BALLOU w I St Joseph Hospital Lexington Ar gonaut Mrs W A Berkec and daughter Miss Alma have returned from a visit to friends in Danville Mr Tomas Austin has been called to the bedside of his daughter Miss Annie who was taken suddenly ill at Cab Orchard Wednesday Misses Burnsidc an 1 Wood two Stanford beauties accompanu d by Messrs Rowan Saufley and Jack Rout attended the Odllachelors Convention Mrs Martha Frisbie and son arrived yesterday from Los Ange los CoL where they spent the winter They also m ide a visit to St Louis MissouriMrs Patterson little Grace lichen and Miss Ella Lake will spend several days in Cincinnati this week The latter will enter school for several months The many friends of Miss Lira Bat soil were delighted to see her out for a drive Tuesday For more than six months she has been suffering from typhoid fever She is now past the danger line and is lIon Robert Harding of Danville was in the city Tuesday on professon al business Mr Harding is an popular gentleman over here as will be shown by the large amount of legal business he gets in the Garrard courts Miss Pearl Burnside is the guest of Misses Bessie and Jennie Burnside Miss Jennie gave a birthday dinner Wednesday at which the following were present Misses Ada Farra Elkin Allie and Bettie Anderson Pattie Beazley Fan West and Mrs Fleece Robinson We said in last issue that Miss Rob ertson of Elizabethtown was visiting Mrs Ellen Owsley but failed to give also the name of her pretty and accom plished sister Miss Lula who is also Mrs Owsleys guest These charming young ladies are quite popular and their presence is being highly enjo ed by Lancasters society folks Saturdays Courier Journal contain ed in its society colums a bautiful and striking picture of Miss Altie Marksbury of this city representing her as a leading society fiJure and a most popular young lady The was furnished the C J by Miss Ida Grant its local correspondent Miss Grant has been the Couriers cor respondent for five years from this place there being only one other lady acting as such in the state of Kentucky MARKSBURY Mrs Tibitha Hughes is quite sick at this writing Rev W M Kuykendal will fill an appointment at Herring School House next Sunday afternoon A J Woods bought of E Id Suttcn 4 hogs at 300 per hundred of T I Herring 2 at and Reuben Naylor 1 at 3 CO Miss Annie Perkins visited friends in Point Saturday and Mr Eb Dickerson of Buckeye was calling in this vicinity Sunday afternoon Messrs Chas Burdett and Wm Marsee made a flying visit to Louisville last week Miss Kate Moore began a select school of three months at Rice Academy Monday March 7th Mr and Mrs Chas Bur dett and little daughter Elgie and Kathrine spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs T D Chestnut in Boyle After appropriate services by Rev W M Kuykendall the remains of Mr Rollie Chestnut eldest son of Mr T D Chesnut were laid to rest in the cemetery at the Fork Saturday after noon lIe united with the Fork church about five months previous to his death and lived in the enjoyment of the Christian hope called him home The Iriends in this community extend their sympathy to family After years of untold suffering from piles B W Pursell of Knitnersville PI was cured by using a single box of Da Witts Witch Hazel Salve Skin diseases such as eczema rash pimples and libstinate sores are readily cured by this famous remedy Stormes Drug Store 1m Charlie e daugh- te improvingrapidly picture 350 LeaveD exceedingly Mattie Sunday I 4S BUCKEYE Rev V T Willis of Nicholasville filled his appointment as pastor at Gunns Chapel Sunday Mrs Coley Gully is teaching a sub scription school at this place Misses Sallie B Ray and Georgie Hunter were with relatives and friends in Stanford Monday and Tues day Raymond Ray visited relatives in Kirksville last week Joseph Simpssn was confined to his room last wesk but is able to be out again Mrs W G Jones is on the sick list An infant son of Thompson Hill is quite sick with pneumonia Your type in last weeks issue had it A mad dog belonging to W G Jones showed some signs of when your correspondent in writing the item left out the word madMrs HerOvi Ray has in her posses sion a chicken trough made by her father from a sand stone rock CO years ga when he was a small boy One of our citizens who has the rej utation of being a fine marksman went hunting a few days ago He had not proceeded very far when he two coons up a tree lying side by side fast asleep both in the same Getting in front of them took aim shooting one through the nose the ball ranging down through the heart causing it to instantly roll out of the tree dead he reloaded his rifle which was of the old loading kind took aim at the other coon which had in the meantime slept quietly on not the least disturbed in the first killing nor in the being made for the next so the second coon was killed in precisely the same way as the first through the nose and through the heart When closely questioned on the the man said he had evidence to prove the truthfulness of this story Your correspondent has posession of one of the coon hides which will make a handsome rug We are anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no or better way to do it than by recommending One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia consumption and other serious lung troubles that follow neglected colds Stormes Drug Store 1m PREACHERSVILLE Farmers are most done breaking for corn in ths neighborhood Mr J P Ballard will move soon to the old toll gate house near Lancaster There has been quite a stir raised among the boys for cutting up at church Richard Robinson bought a horse from Thos Naylor for 35 Will Elmore bonght 8 hogs from II C Cummins at 3c and sold the same to A J Thompson for 3 15 Dogs killed several sheep for Mr J F Pettus one night last week Uncle Billy Ballard has been a pension lIe drew about S32000 bounty and per month Mrs Vessie Cummins has opened a subscription school at her house with 12 or 15 scholars Rev B F Jones has accepted the agency for the Mutual Life Insurance company Mr John Cress has gone to Rockcas tie county to buy cattle Rev Maho ney and wife of Stanford spent San day with F F Cumins and wi e What pleasure is there in life ith a headache constipation and bilious ness Thousands experience them who could become perfectly healthy by using Little Early Risers the famous little pills Stormes Drug Store 1m BRYANTSVILLE Denyed Letter Mrs Josh Dunn has been sick for some time at her home in the Bend Mit Elliott has been visiting his brother Dr Mac Elliott in our Miss Irene Bourne and brother of Sulphur Well have been visiting their cousin Miss Nellie Bourne Jeff Dunn bought a lot of corn from Mrs Sallie Fox at 175 per barrel in the crib Mr Haley of Somerset has been in this neighborhood buying some first class calves lIe was the guest of Tom AdamsThe around here has nearly all been broken out the yield is about h ilf what it was last year Sam left Monday for your city to engage in business with hit brother Raymond We wish you suc cess Sam The L A S of Pleasant Grove church met last Saturday afternoon hydrophobia espied position fashionedmuzzle preparation subject DeWitts village Has lden a pleasanter granted SOd Prepare for Cyclones By Insuring your Houses Insure your Hemp And Take No Risk of Loss We write these Policies R KINNAIRD General Insurance LancasteirKy p I ood Poison has been ap propriately called the curse of mankind It the one disease that physicians can not cure their mercurial and potash remedies only bottle up the poison in the to surely break forth in a more virulent form resulting in a total wreck of the system Mr Frank B Martin a prominent jeweler at Pensylvania Ave Wash Blood Poison rT U 1 ingtonDCsays ment of two of for a severe case grew worse all the while the that they charged me three hundred dollars My mouth was longtime physicians poisonbut notwithstanding filled with eating sores my tongue was almost eaten away so that for three months I was unable to taste food My hair was coming out and I was in a horrible fix I had tried various treatments and was dis couraged when a friepd recommended SSS After T had taken four bottles I began to get better and when I had finished eighteen bottles I was cured sound well my skin was without a blemish and I have had no return of the disease SSSsaved me from a life of misery SSS guaranteed purely vegetable will cure any case of poison Books on thedisease anysolid and its mailed free Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga treatment ssswith Mrs Allic Haselden The fol lowing oilicers were elected for the year Mrs Mote Robinson Prest Mrs Jeff Dunn Secy and Miss Ella Dann Treas Joe C Bryant died at his home in Bryantsviile Feb 25th of a of diseases His funeral was preached at the residence on Sunday morning by his pastor Rev W L Clark and his remains were buried in the family burying ground near his home as he had requested it some time before his death Mr Bryant was 57 years of age and had been a member of the lethodist church for thirty years lie was a man of noble character and belovel by all that knew him He leaves a wife son to mourn his loss but they have the sympathy of this entire There arc three little things which do more work than any other three little things created they are the ant the bee and DeWitts Little Early R sers the last being the famous little pills for stomach and liver troubles Stormes Drug Store 1m HUBBLE Mr G A Swinebroad has been ab sent for several days in Madison engaged in the cattle trade Miss Katie White has been very ill for severa days and there is but little hopj entertained by her friends of her recoveryMiss Emma Johnson commence a subscription school Monday at Bright schoolhouse The opening was very flattering for an interesting Mrs Wm W Bland has gone into the commission business having re ceived her samples today from a firm She will go on the road at once to take orders The telighone poles are being rap idly located between Stanford and this place and by the time this item goes to press we will be in talking distance with the former Wm T Blackerby who has been in Arizonia Kansas and Texas for the last two years seeking fora returned home the latter part of last week bringing with him a large col lection of specimens of animal vegi tation and mineral which he has been exhibiting to the young people and old ones too greatly to their amuse mentJames Iloltzclaw who has been vis iting his brother Frank for the past two months will leave Friday for his home at Baickow Mo Mr and Mrs Price Sutton of McCreary were here Sunday visiting Mrs Alexander the mother of the latter also Miss Bettie Alexander was with home folks Sundiy Miss Nel lie Dillon and Mr Wm Mattingly were the guests of Miss Sallie Mc Smith Sunday Dont annoy others by your and riik your life by neglecting a cold One minute Cough cure cures coughs c lds croup grippe and all t and lun troubles Stormes Drug Sore 1m Miss Willie Duncan began a select school at Scotts Fork last Monday T L Saunders bought of King a bunch of nice shoats at 312 per hundred A good many plant beds have been sown in this section anl the farmers are preparing to put in a very large acreage of tobacco this year Miss Lizzie Tomlinson who is a flourishing school at Pleasant Hill spent from Friday afternoon un til Sunday with Miss Eliza Lusk Prices Lower than Ever Tailor made suits at 1250 to 820 Satisfaction or no pay You have paid 912 for rjadymade suits that were not as good as and Browns suits at 83 and their suits at 8J5D and 81150 are equal to other 815 suite allwool and beautiful in design and finish The suits at S1350 and 815 usually sell for 813 and and their 820 suit is the same of quality sutb suits selling 3 of goods will that you save some dollars by giving me your order M D HUGHES Agent complication andone community I county I schQoL Cincinnati goldmine morning coughing STONE Temple teaching S o comparison S 4 W Samantha 4 being MT HEBRON The fine weather the past few days is making the farmers leave their win ter fires and hunt their farming uten sift Miss A E Scott who has been teaching a winter school at Teaters yille returned home Saturday and is now going to the Normal school at Bryantsvlle Messrs Ernest and F W Montgon cry delivered about 3510 Ibs of hemp at Nicholasvillc this week Rev Kyle of Jessamine will preach at this place Sunday Mrs W D Scott is sick at this wri tingThree more Virginia boys came n Saturday in search employment Mr F W Montgomery and family and Earl Grow spent Sunday with Mr W D Scott and family Mr Norman Grow and Miss Edna Scott spent Fri day night with Miss Lena Rogers near your town Whooping cough is the most dis tressing malady but its duration can be cut short by the use of Oae Minute Cough Cure which is also the best known remedy for croup and all lung and bronchial troubles Stormes Drug Store 1m MCCREARY Mrs Mary E Robinson of Court House Ohio is the guest of Mrs Mary Swope Miss Susie Saudiilge has re turned from a visit to her mother at ShelbyCity Misses Irene Raney and Sanders of Stone visited frends here Sunday Mrs L has returned from a visit to Lexington W II Lackey of your city visited his sister Mrs D Gulley Mrs Jack Turner who has been quite sick with pneumonia is reported better A D Jones and R Ilendren of Kirks ville were here Sunday Oil last Thursday Mr James W Nay lor aged 25 died at his home on Sugar Creek after suffering ten days with pneumonia He was burried in Friday afternoon Jim was a good boy and a favorite with all who knew him always ready to help others in time of need and will be sadly miss ed by a host of friends in this vicinity The family has the sympathy of the entire community Mattie Gulley Sunday a 4 r Lancaster WANAMAKER BROWSS EMDUS CLOTHING All Wool at Lowest Prices But few are judges of good and the safest way is to buy from a house that never haniles shoddy Our goods were bought in large quantities before the advance and are marked at aston ishingly low figures or at small prof its to insure sales Several orders have already been taken Ask our nunerois customers of the prices fits and wear Wanamakcr and Brown Kahn Brothers and the Riverside Tail oring company are among the best clothing houses in the nation Supe rior work and satisfaction before payment All Wool Imported and Madeto raaasure mean just what they say Competition invited in prices and quality M D lIveriEs Agent Incomparable The Queen Crescent trains are finest trains run in the State of Ken tucky Four daily trains to Cincinnati connect with the main highways of the Great Trunk Lines of the North West and East This is the line parexcel lence to Washington New York Bos ton ani the East The Queen Crescent connects with every line out of Cincinnati- S T SWIFT P T A Lexington Davistown School Our public school closed Feb 19th 1S98 For two years the school has been under the tutorship of C F and Miss S B Kincaid This scholastic year the raied 13271 which was expended mostly on the new building In honor of our teacher the pupils read at the closing of the school ask ing the trustees to name the building the teacher L st week the board in a meeting adopted the resolutions and the building in the future will be known as the Anderson School House The entire cost will bs near ly 430 Hoping that this may bs 0 some interest to the readers of TUB RECBKD and inspiring to the youn teacher Resfectfully J H Embry O Garnett and A Floyd Trustees PUBLISHING a newspapers is not that gloomy cheerless avocation which some people imagine because it mat ters not how dejected we may be occa sionally some benevolent individual sends a ray of sunshine across the pathway that shines and glitters like a white cat in a coal pit For the editor of the Falcon has been suffering from a very severe cold during the past week and at tine very time he was sadly ruminating over the affictions that fall on the just as well as the unjust he received a from a marble dealer offering a tombstone in payment for advertising Well ere long we hope to be able to and reason with that heathen who 13 adding to the gayety of the nation by trying to soil tombstones to sick Falcon guaranteed is Anderson assistant district resolutions for it editorial instance proposition goo peopleMarion mae Service- Stin PlantersNUBIAN TEA cures DyRpep eia and Indi gestion RegulateS the Liver Price 25 ctsI t MOTHER Friend r others There no full is wordso ofmeaning and about which such tender holy recollections cluster as that Df MOTHER she who watched over our helpless infancy and guid ed our first tottering step Yet the life of every Expectant Moth er is beset with danger all should be made to avoid it and effort so assists nature in the change tak ing place that the Expectant Mother is to look without I enabled forward dread suffering or gloomy tore bodings to the hour when she experiences the joy of Motherhood Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child and she is found stronger after than before short it makes and so many have said be persuaded to use anything but MOTHERS FRIEND My wife suffered more in ten with either of her other two chil dren than she did altogether with her last having previously used four of Mothers Friend It is a blessing to any one expecting to be come a MOTHER says a customer HENDEKSON DALE Car mi Illinois Of Druggists at JlOO by express on receipt of price Write for book containing testimonials snd valuable Information for nit Mothers free Tie rralflclU Ucsulator Co Atlanta Ca FLATWOOD Mr James Hutehings sold some to Mr J L Ilutching of Preach ersville for 40 Miss Emma Cottongin opened a school at Lawson School House March 7th Mr John A Gibson had another shin dig at hs house a few days since Saturday evening Feb 20th James Whittiker cut his stepfather Mr John Grady with a knife who died following from his wounds Mr Fado Parks Constable arrested him Frilay near Crab Orchard To dip sheep has been familiar to all for years but it has only been recently that the dipping of cattle has been heard of It is time that experiments had been the experiment stat ion in Texas but it really was not seriosly until last summer when experiments were made at Fort Worth Tex under the direction of Dr Vctor A Norgaard a scientist of the Bureru of Animal Industry It t ok many years to discover what I the Texas or splenetic fever among Northern catle while at the same time the Texas cattle which were the cause of the introduction of the fever were perfectly healthy As time rolled on scientific men made investi gations until finally the theory of Dr Cooper Cartice of Philadelphia that the tick common Sjuthern cattle coming in contact with Nothern cattle communicated tine splenetic fever That fact having been established to the satisfaction of the Bureau of An imal Industry efforts to find means to eradicate this tick from Southern cat tie so tha they can be shipped into north uith itnpunityhave b en made It has been decided now th it dipping Southern cattle in parafii oil whch is a distillation pvodnci from crude petroleum obtained at the refineries after the gasoline and kerosene have been distilled over will kill the ticks successfully Dr Norgaard in his ad dress at the stock growers convention held at Denver last week said that the effects with this oil on the cattle were less severe than those observed in the experiment with other oil lIe also added that it is the intention of the Department of Agriculture to resume the experiments this coming spring as soon as it is possible to obtain ticky cattle at either of the two dipping stations now at the disposal of the government and every effort will be made to do away with the slightly objectionable features that still re main This is a queston in which millions of dollars are involved from the fact that if science can devise ways and means by which Southern cattle can be dipped successfully they can then be shipped North any month in the year and the stock raisers and farmers in the Northern States will be supplied with stockers and feeders at comparatively moderate prices Science has done much in the past to promote the cattle industry and is no reason more can not be done a long the same City Times Not Always Understood A fact often overlooked or not al ways understood is that women suffer as much from distressing kidney and bladder troubles as the men The womb is situated back of and very close ifested in the kidneys back bladder or urinary passage is often by mistake attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of some sort The error is easily made and may be as easily avoided by setting urine aside for twentyfour a sediment or settling is evidence that your kidneys and bladder need doctoring If you have pain or dull in the back water too frequently or supply with smarting or burning these are also convincing proofs of kidney trouble you have doctored without benefit try Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney The mild and the extraordinary effect will surprise you the for its wonderful cures If you take a medicine you should take the best At druggists fifty cents and one dollarYou have a sample bottle and pamplet both sent by mail upon receipt of three twocent stamps to cover cost of postage on Mention THE CENTRAL RECORD and ppnd your address to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y The proprietors i genuinesa ii 5 confinementin Childbirthnatural easyas Do nt minutes bottles or sent cattle select madeat produce t lineKansas anydistress i pperguarantee Wednesday considered highest of- F o e Siolt that tine Old ALL WOMEAf kwinxie itemedy Istho lx for Female Tmnbtes Corrects all irrcfralarUlos In Female Organs Should bo taken for Change c Life amI before ChildBirth Fosters OiJ Tim Rcntuies have stood the lest for twenty years 3Isd only by H v Spenror Medicine Co Chata Tennessee For sale by R E McRobert Lancaster LIVERY t I I have the Walker stable prepared to furnish the I Very Best Rigs1 lp R KINNAIRDS Insurance Agency Representing Over SSTOOOOOO In the following Fire Insurance Companies Etna of Hartford Queen of America National of Hartfort Phenix of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford North British and Merchantlle German American of New York Liverpool and London aad Globe I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance NOTICE TO CREDITORS KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall All Knights are fraternally G B SVINEBROAD J E ROBINSON K R S FAM FOR SALE I will otTer for sale in front of the Court House door in Lancaster Ky MONDAY MARCH 28 1898 farm on Dix River about 1 C miles from Joel Walker bridge Will sell 71 acres with privilege of more if I BO desire Said laud lies in one boundary well fenced and plenty ofwater Easy Terms 28 93 JERRY P BLAND All parties having claims against the assign ed estate of V A Todd will present the same to me at Uallaceton Ky or my attorney Wm MeG Johnson ut Lancaster Ky on or May 1st ISJS This Feb Z5rd 1S98 GEO A BALLARD 4t Assignee W A Todd FIRE and LIFEMJRAN C E SPEDIGFIELD FIRE AED MARIN E I INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO OF NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton Igts Office over Post omce LAXCASTEB KENTUCKY SPISG 1898 Trees Plants Vines The Blue Grass Nurseries offer everything for Orchard Garden and No Agents Strawberries and general nursery Catalogues on application to- W F HILLENMEYER Lexington Ky Telephone 279 Market Quotation Corrected weekly by n B North cott Eggs 7c Chickens Hens 5c Young Old Roosters 2c Turkeys 6J Old Gobblers Ducks c Geese 300 to 400 per doz Hides Green 6 Butter i lOc Feathers fine white geese CStoSOc S gray 25to27c Duck feathers 20to24c Rags 15 to 20c per hundred Iron 1 8 to 15c Bones 20to25c Calves veal 250 to 550 per head I I 1 f I t tall J rvi purchased andam I on the shortest notice Special attention given Commercial Travelers r RICE BENGE Q i COMPANY visiting invited C C o j Lawn to 53ic Roosters3to 3c to 7c 5 to 53ic 5 to to 7c l y ii s 1 L ir 5 t IALMAGES SERMON Some Day All of Lifes Sorrows Will Ee Explained And the Sour of Jlcn Will Toll ITs As We- Ar All Cttlicreil Arounil I Tliroiio Jliit ll Only Ciiiil iiecl llecimsc- llv Jovrtl US Dr Taimages text Sunday was L Cor xiii 12 For now we see through a glass darkly hut then fact to face The Kible the most forcible and pungent of books While it has the sweetness of a mothers hush for trouble has all the keenness of a scirncter and the crushing j oxver of a lightning bolt It portrays with more than a painters power at one stroke picturing a heavenly throne and a judgment conflagration The strings of this great harp arc fingered by all the splendors of the future flow sounding with the crackle of consuming worlds now thrill ing with the joy of the emancipated It tells how one forbidden tree in the garden blasted the earth with sickness and death and how another tree though leafless and bare yet planted on Calvary shall yield a fruitwhich shall more than an tidote the poison of the other H tells how the redripe clusters of Gods wrath was brought to the wine press nnd Jesus trod them out ami how at last all the golden chalices of leaven shall glow with the wine of that awful vintage It dazzles the eye with an Ezckicls vision of wheel and wing and fire and whirlwind and stoops down o low that it can put its lips to the ear of a dying child and say Come up higher And yet Paul in my text takes the responsibility saying that it is only an indistinct mirror and that its shall be suspended I think there may be one Bible in Heaven fastened to the throne lust as now in a niuesium we have a lamp exhumed from Ilerculancum and Nineveh and we look at it with great interest and say How poor a light it must have given compared with our modern lamps So I think that this Pible which was a lamp to our feet in this world may lie near the throne of God oxciting our interest to all eternity by the contrast between its comparative ly feeble light and the illumination of Heaven The Bible now is the scaf folding of the rising temple but when the building is done there will be no uc for the scaffolding The idea 1 shall develop toclay is that in this world our knowledge is comparatively dim and unsatisfactory but nevertheless is introductory to grander and more complete vision This is eminently true in regard to our view of Gol We hear so much about God that we conclude that we understand Him lIe is represented is having the tenderness of a father the firmness of a judge the majesty of a king an i the love of a mother We Lear about Him talk about Him write about Him We His name in and it trembles on the tongue of the dying octogenarian We think that we know very much about Him Take the attribute of mercy The ISible blossoms all over with that Wordmercy It speaks again and again of the tender mercies of God of the sure mercies of the great mercies of the mercy that cndureth forever of the multitude of His mercies And yet 1 know that the views we have of this great Being arc most indefinite one sided and incomplete When at death the gates shall fly open and we shall look directly upon Him how new and surprising We see upon canvas a picture of the morning study the cloud in the sky the the grass and the husbandman on the way to the field Beautiful picture of the morning But we rise at daybreak and go a hill to see for ourselves that which was represented While we look the mountains arc transfigured The burnished gates of Heaven swing open and shut to let past a host of fiery splen tiers The clouds arc abloom and hang pendent from arbors of alabaster and amethyst Time waters make a path way of inlaid pearl for tha light to walk upon and there is morning on the sea The crags uncover their scarred and there is morning among the mountains Now you go home and how tame your picture of the morning Stems in contrast Greater than that shall be the contrast between this Scriptural view of God and that which we shall have when standing face to face This is a picture of the morning that will be the morning itself Again My text is trii2 of the Saviours excellency By image and ling antithesis Christ is set forth His love His compassion His work Ills life Ills death His resurrection We are challenged to measure it to it to weigh it In the hour of our broken enthrallment we mount up into high experience of his love and shout until the countenance glows and the blood bounds and the whole na J If dun i human t mission lisT e dew upon upon to us sweet rhvtimmn ofexpression and start compute tie everlasting infancy I visage ture is exhilarated I have found Him And yet it is through a glass darkly We see not half of that com passionate face We feel not half the warmth of that loving heart We wait for death to let us rush into ills outspread arms Then we shall be face to fac c Not shadow then but the fulfilling of nil prefigurement That will be a magnificent unfolding The rushing out in view of all hidden ex cellency the coming again of a absent Jesus to meet in and in penury amid death but amidst a light and pomp and outbursting joy such as none but a glorified intelli gence could experience Oh to gaze the brow that was lacer ated upon the side that was pierced upon the feet that were nailed to stand close up in the presence of Him who prayed for us on the mountain and thought of us by the sea and agonized for us in the and died for us in horrible to feel Him to embrace Him to take His hand to kiss His feet to run our fingers along the scars of ancient suffering to say This is my Jesus He gave Himself for me I leave His presence I shall forever be hold His glory I shall eternally hear His voice Lord Jesus now I see thee I behold where the blood started where the tears coursai where time face was distorted I have waited for this hour I shall never turn by back on Thee No more looking through imperfect No more studying Thee in the darkness But as long as this throne stands and this everlasting river flows and those garlands bloom and these arches of victory remain to greet home Heavens conqueror so long I bhall sea Thee Jesus of iny choice snot rags fullupon garden crucifixion shallnever glasses t 1 Jesus of my song Jesus of my tri umph forever and forever face to TIme idea of time text is just as true when applied to Gods providence Who has not come to some ra s in life thoroughly inexplicable You say What does this mean What is od going to do with me now lie tells me that all things work together for good This does not look like it You continue to study the dispensation and after guess about what God means lie means to teach me this 1 think lie means to teach me that Ttrhaps it is to humble my i ride Tor Imps it is to make me feel more de pendent Terhaps it is to teach me the uncertainty of life liut after all it is only a guess a looking through the darkly The Bible assures us there shall be a satisfactory nnfoli ing What I do thou knovvest not now but thou shalt know hereaftr You shall know why Sod took to him self that only child Next door there was a household of seven chillren Why not take one from that grouu in stead of your only one Why single out the dwelling in which there was only one heart heating responsive to Why did God give you a child at all if He meant to ta1e it away Why fill the cup of you gladness brimming if lip meant to dash it down Why allow all tin tendrils of your heart to wind around that object and then fiber of your life seemed to he interlocked with the childs life with strong Hand to tear you apart until you fall and rushed your welling your hopes blasted your heart broken Do you suppose that Gol will explain that Yea He will make it plainer than any mathematical prob lem as plain as that two an 1 two make four In the light of tha throne you will see that it was Must and true are all Thou King of saints Here is a man who can not get on in the world lIe always seems to buy at the wrong time and to sll at the worst disadvantage lie tries this en terprise and fails that business and is disappointed Tha man next door to him has a lucrative trad but he lacks customers New propect opens ills income is increased Hut that year his family are sick and his profits are ex pended in trying to cure his ailments lIe gets a discouraged look faithless as to success Begins to disasters Others wait for some thing to turn up lie waits for it to turn down Others with only half as much education acter get on twice as well lie some times guesses as to what it all means lie says Perhaps riches will spoil me Terhaps poverty is necessary to keep me humble Perhaps 1 mi ht if things were otherwise be tempted into dissipation Hut there is no solution of time mystery lIe sees through a glass darkly and mu t wait for a higher unfolding there be an explanation Yes Go will take that man in the light of the throne and say Child immortal hear the expla nation Yin remember the failing of that great your misfortune in 1S57 your disaster in 1S 7 This is the explanation And you will It is all right I see every day proound mysteries of Trovidence Lhere is no queston we ask oftener than Why There are hundreds of graves in Oak Hill and Greenwood and Laurel Hill that need not be explained Hospitals for the blind and lame asylums for the idiotic and insane almshouses for the desti tute and a world of pain and that demand more than human solution God will clear it all up In the light that pours from the throne no dark mystery can live Things now utterly inscrutable will be plainly as though the answer were written on the jasper wall or sounded in the temple anthem artiraeus will thank God that he was blind and Lazarus that he was covered with sores and Joseph that he was cast into the pit tnd Daniel that he leaned with lions and Paul that he was humpbacked and David that he was drixeii from Terusalem and that that she could get only a few pence for making a garment and that invalid that for 20 years he could not lift his heat from the and that widow that she had such hard work to enrn bread for her children You know that in a song different voices carry different parts The sweet and overwhelming part of the hallelujah of Heaven will not be carried by those who rode in high places and gave sumptuous but pauper children will sing it beggars will sing it redeemed lied car riers will sing it those who were once time offscouringof earth will sing itThe hallelujah will be all the grander for earths weeping eyes aching heads and exhausted hands and scourged backs and Again the thought of the text is just when applied to the enjoyments of the righteous in Heaven I think we have but little idea of the number of the righteous in Heaven Infidels Your Heaven will be a ver fun awhile glass yours when er bleeding rightall ht Thyways H comes expect andchar complete ill en answer misfortune AId illumined sewingwoman pillow entertainments martyedagonies desolate nit 1 small place compared with the of the lost for according to your teaching the majority of men will be destroyed I deny the charge 1 suppose that the multitude of the finally lost as compared with the multitude of the finally saved will be a handful I suppose that the few sick people in the hospital today as compared with the hundreds of thousands of well people in the city would not be smaller than the number of those who shall be cast out in suf fering compared with those who shall have upon them the health of Heaven For we arc to remember that we arc living in comparatively the beginning of the Christian dispensation and that this world is to be populated and re deemed and that ages of light and love are to flow on If this be so the mul titudes of the saved will be in vast ma jorityTake all the congregations that have today assembled for worship Put them together and they would make but a small audience compared with the thousands and tens of thousands and ten thousand times ten thousand and the hundred and forty and four thousand that shall stand around the throne Those flashed up to Heaven in martyr fires those tossed for many years upon the invalid couch those who fought in the armies of liberty and rose as they fell those tumbled from high or slipped from the mast or who were washed off into the sea They came up from Corinth from Loadicca from the Red sea bank and the Gennesarets wave from Egypts brickyards and Gideons threshing floor These thousands of years ago slept the last sleep and these are this world scaffoldings moment having their eyes closed and heir limbs stretched out for the sep ilcher A general expecting an attack from enemy stands on a hill and looks hrough a field glass and sees in tho distance multitudes approach ng but has no idea of the numbers says 1 can not tell anything ibont them I merely know that therj ire a great number AntI so John Aithout attempting to count says A great multitude that no man eaU number V are told that leaven is a place of iiappinsss limit what do xve know aliont liappiness Happiness in this xvorll is unly a halfHedge thin a lloxxtry path with a serpent hissing across a broken pitcher from which the water has dropped before we could drink it a thrill of fol lowed by disastrous reactions To help us understand the joy of Heaven the llible takes us to a river We the grassy hank We see the waters flow on with ceaseless save the the cities is emptied into it and the banks are torn and unhealthy ex halations spring up from it and xxe fail to get an idea of the llixer of Life in Heaven We get very imperfect ideas of the reunions of Heaven think of some festal day on earth xvhen father and mother Wire yet living and the child ren came home A good time that lint it had this draxvback all were not there That brother off to sea and never was heard from That we not lay her away in the freshness of her young life never more in this world to look upon her All there a skeleton at the feast and tears mingled with out laughter on that Christmas clay Not so with Heavens reunions It will ba an un interrupted gladness Many a Christ mas parent will look aroun I anl find all his chillivn th rj Ail he can it be possible that all perils over Tlu Jor dan passed and not one wanting Why even the prodigal is hciv 1 almost gave him up How long he despisal my counsels but grace has triumphed All here all here Tell the mighty joy through the city Let the bells ring and the angels mention it in their song Wave it from the top of the walls All here the lie I it standon Hut filthof V wen t sisterdid was says w ar herelifes rem t FARM AND STOCK NOTES County attorney Letcher Owsley sold to S Morgan 2o loa Ib shoats at 3 14 cents T S Elkin bought some 150 lb hogs from S Morgan at 3 12 c and some from Arnold at same price Logan and Allen Lincoln passed through enroute to Richmond court with a bunch of G5 cattle for that marketWhen setting out young trees if the ground is poor and the subsoil it will pay to dig it out at least two or three spade deep and fill in with good soil When this is done once it is done for ever and an top dressing is all It will need xvhile you live I have travclel North South East and West for cattle said a leading trader to the Glasgow Times and I tell you they are not in the country and not even money can find them Even the calves are ought up big prices at that My prediction is that cattie will go sky high in time next or two and I would not be sur Louisville market double in next six months The whole country is on the verge of a beef famine and it will be on the publij before a great many know it Secretary Wilson of the United States Department of Agriculture has received information of the proposed establishment of twenty new of beet sugar in the United States These new manufactories will represent an investment of 10003000 and a fraction more Capitalists have been greatly encouraged by the in this new industry and the results of the work of the Agricul tural Departments experiments and labors are beginning to bear good fruit The United States bids fair to become the leading producing covntry of beet sugar Vice Director Glazier of the Oklaho ma Experiment Station siys As to time and manner of grape pruning there is no little discussion among We think there should be a departure from the old beaten paths of our northern neighbors Ia this latitude we can safey prune our vines in falL without fear of the win Jo o compact occasional andat year prised to see time prices on the th many manu- factories viticulturists early tc4o4Q eo3e4 present Government ter destroying our remaining canes The objector urges that the fall pruned vines will force their buds out earlier in the spring than vines pruned say in February We are quite sure that this eror is misleading as evidenced by the fact that grapes will put forth buds and bloom as well without root action Again if pruning is left until late spring large reserve force is lost and cast away by the needless canes Vineyards occupying proper altitude are not often exposed to late frost We believe that the safer course to pursue is to prune in the fall theaeby con serving all food material for the next years crop Hemp I have been watching the twine market in the East and the tendency continues upward Fiber is up so say the mills and jobbers consequently they have advanced prices on twine and the different manufacturers are gradually advancing prices on twine to suit the advance on fiber But not withstanding the strong market in the East on fiber and twine the larrners here are forced to accept to 3 25 and 150 for No 1 hemp nevertheless the price paid at Lexington Paris and other places to S3 85 and in some instances more Why this difference inpricesGarrad county certainly has a fine crop of hemp the fiber extra in and the manufactuers are begin ning to realize that it can be utilized for flix and this should enhance the value of the present crop mate ially 3 375 quality it TRUST IS CHARGED A Sensational Suit Filed in tlio United States Court Commercial Tribune An unusual sirt at law in that acion is sought under the antitaust laws will b brought this morning by Shay Cogan for Jerome M Cotton Co in the United States Court It grows out of the recent trouble at the Stockyards It was announced sonu days airo that Cotton Co would s ek relief in the courts and the petition to be Iilid this morning is in accordance nth that announcement The named in the petition are the xxellkiioxvn live stock firms W IJ Craxvford Co W II Hoshal Co Greene Embrp Co Huddleston llubburd Co J F Sadler Co C H DatorCo Ilabeu stein Harris t Co and Long West fe Co Others are referred to whose names arc unknown at present T icse firms aro charged the petition with having organized a trust by which they have agreed to pool their earnings and keen up prices on stock and by which they have refused to sell to any person buying stock of the plaintiffsCotton Co ask that the defendants named be retained from further inter fering with their business and ask for the dissolution of the trust They also ask for damages in the sum of 25000 and such other equity as in law they are entitled to The petition which will be filled this morning is a lengthy one and sets forth in full all the complaints of Co It is uliargea thit the have unlaxvfully and conspired against the plain tills to boycott thorn thereby greatly dam aginir their business as well as t e in terests of those people who consign stock to them is further charged that the defendants have threatened the pork packers and buyers in this market with boycott if they persisted in making purchases of Cotton Co and thus succeeding in depriving the plaintiffs of many sales The petition further declares that the defendants have agreed to divide their profits jointly ther by attempting to create an exclusive monocloly of the business in this market to keep up prices and drive the plaintiffs out of business 1 he petitions claim that this is the only court to xvhiuh they can appeal for reliif and set forth that unless such help is gaated their large of capital win be wasted and lost and they will be compelled to quit business I defendants following commission I in unlawful Cotton defendants maliciously I t investment I this not the first suit brught under the antitrust law it is the first of its nature in this court and its will be watched xxith the great cst interest not only by the parties directly interested including the pacc ers and buyers but the public at large The project to build a new stock yards wilt not be affected the suit of Cotton Co accorUiiiT to Mr A dolph sander of the A Sander Tack ing Company who has come to be rec ognized as the leader in the movement No were taken in the matter yesterday because of its being a holi day It had been forgotten lor the moment when arrangements made for a committee to visit the several sites under consideration but the date was afterward change to today by telephone It is claimed that every p icking house in the city has prom ised to go into the new combination except the Haxvsons and the Ilyans In addition they will have the sup port of the beef butchers some of the largest of whom will probably have a financial interest A real estate firm has secure the refusal of a number of pieces of property in the Milkreek Bottoms and it is these various sites that the committee will visit today it is understood the desire is to lease the propertp selectee for a long terra with privilege of purchase It has been estimated that a stockyards of sampte proportions to accomidate those interested can be built for a sum under 50000 and that no trouble whatever will be in rais ing that amount The only question that at all con cerns the pomoters is hat of getting stock sent to the new yaads They have every confidence that they can quickly erect the yards get plenty of good commssion firms and handle the stock at about half the charges made at the Union Yards The only thing left is to get hold of the stock in the country and thi it is bcliexid would be only a matter of time lime promo ters disclaim any intention of raiding the Union Yards WhIle is outcome by steDs wer exp rienced Piantm CUBAN OIL curer Cuts Burns Bruises Eheu Hiatism and Sores Price 25 cente BATTLESHIP For the launching of the Battleship Kentucky at Newport News Va the Chesapeake and Ohio make the following low round trp rates from points named From Lexington 1200 Winchester 1200 Mt Sterling 1200 Puns 1200 Frankfort 1275 Richmond 12 Lancaster lIMO Stanford 1325 Railwaywill Laih1C11ill of tile 0 and correspondingly low rates from all other Central Kentucky points Reduced Hotel Rates Reduced rates have been made at the Hotels at Newport News und at Old Point Comfort which is only a few miles distance and connected by Car service No other trip ever offered as many SOUL STIllING EVENTS as does this one People from Inland Kentucky have the rare opportunity of witnessing c mbined and Navy at the most historic spot in the United Sttes THINK OF IT The landing place of the Jamestown settlers the 1ocohontas and Capt John Smith incident Cornwallis sur rending his British forces the battle of the Monitor and Merrimac and last but in the same class the launch ing of the Most Battle Slip of our Navy and it will be caned Kentucky Think of it As soon as the date of Launching is MAKE YOUR PLANS Through sleepers will run from Lex ingtonFor information write ro call on any agent or GEORGE W BARNEY D P A LEXINGTON KY Electric Pow rfnI publicity THE LEGISLATURE mpo mil ior s IiSicd Ky the tru r in i r jti iv uiw rviuu tin riiiinini r at ut ii li liiti uf the IMS l IcMiip Ken tucky HIM i xv s IKCMI l y i xolC ul ai ti X The UixlMl hill to inicrnl the law Kuvrrinnir the s mute muilta so that ihi sovirrnor may tirjiloy un tU v to UML IvtraiucKys vuir cluiin atiu 1 Viiiuu Slais uvciuiinrlt IM ii i I iluys i Tim Triiry IKJUV suit t l iMry liiryrUs t x The liiif l ill lUoviiJinn for triu ol the riiaiuily vas passitl The i rovul irtr lime nprrtkiin CXIMIIKIM of state SiOiixils tl iKoiui unit listi lirr capita of t 7r j as yeas 2 nays I srultf rrftisiil to lalir lip till kill rcttluM ivblum IKTiaiUia to lT ami lm Uillird it punntor Hays hill to ITUVUIII rut ovir cors from cmiluy ill llirtr ham ti vork rub and ill u inr citirns to work out their tuxes oa the Idids was iassiti- H BSK Bills a wril TVoviiHn for U ap poiiuniciU poliru commissioners ol Nuv pori IollVUH and l aytt it l ilir ircuit jiultt iii tivii o by mayors of lho o cities to re tin alt piiiiiil iliitr the its iuaiiiiiy than iu gallons in Morgan iounty riptaliti sfcliim Keiilu lcy statutes vliicli i r that as soon as a minor unman twr jjnardiausliip eraser IStlls ilrraic Am l on tii county jitflKOs o tiintaiiiiii siioilclass iitiis to appoint trrn rript rlrrtis providing thic III railroad coiituiisMOKcr should assess the tnineliiKU lax as well as time lau ittlc proinirty of all rail roads THE HOUSE u Commission Kill j v KrnllirjN Vrtoi- sliXKKoir March 0 The house Titos lay morning passed time polite commis ion bill introduced by Mr IJi hop of Newport It provides there are throe cities which grade above time fifth class the circuit judge shall appoint a i oliee commission of tvv members of whom not than throe shall be long to thv satiK class nut summit be ap vointod for live years The commis sion shall have appointment anti con police fix their salaries rank and file and ray their salaries Gov Uralleys stack of vetoes is growing Among the large number of other bills that are to be hit with the veto ax aro the dental bill which placed in the hands of the Kentucky Dental association the licensing of all dentists the bill to compel the Asso ciated Press to sell its news service to all papers applying for it moat Senator GobeFs bill exempting stockholders in newspapers from the double liabil its statute jaFmmakI iih 11 rauum 11111 t1t I- JInIIblil IU Ii O X I go Ill 1 lslull nluil ill I I a I last lt lIt hill the 1 iLl too uf ale lit Jjlur in count FasC the K that in ounties where mol trolof iImT tu4aniDr- caiIt mu iii uiiiii luot lull Li i i mmol tiY Liii Lieu rutS tail ouuu tidy i hue tIe imifllkIe mime tim ut itsmill rules hiihiiji PARLIAMENTARY SKIRMISH In the Kentucky HUlls Over the Chinii clnnl Hook Kill FIASKVOIT Ky Iarch 9 In the Kentucky horse Tuesday Nelson that half of the conference committee supjosid to favor the C nn school bill was unable a meeting with the other half of tx committee tome one cf the advocates of the C 11 till then moved to appoint an oVer conference committee but look ir I up at the chair they saw that Has v ol an opponent of their measure JS presiding anti would appoint the w rong sort of a committee hence there v nothing to do hut to temporarily voce down the motion Smallpox at Cost 1oiat I AIKOUIVIIII Ky March T try of Coal Point six miles from th rlace came to town Tuesday Korning to consult the health board of Knox county in regard to a case of smallpox which has developed there Time person who has the smallpox came f on Jellico Tenn about two weeks ago Dr Catron of the board went to of the case re- Torted Luck to- ro 9Dr i OIil Feint Leads to a tiLting IlEDFoni Ky March J A feud of 10 years standing between the Carson and Hackney families broke out afresh near hero and as a result James and George Carson were perhaps fatally cut and Ed and Elliott Hackney whom they had waylaid were seriously voundcd Time Hackney boys came to town Monday and surrendered Judge Lee released them on 100 bond each Iopnlists to Meet iu Louisville LOUISVILLE Kj March 9 A call has been issued for a state convention of the populist party to be held March 1C when the party organiza tion will be perfected on distinct popu list lines One of the requirements of delegates will be to show a straight middleofthroad record Suspected of Causin DKTKOIT March 9 Mrs Anna Terry aged o5 was turned to death in the back yard of her home A found the woman in the yard clad only in her night clothes which wcro food for fire She died before he could extinguish the flames Her hair was burned off and the and peeled from her knees upward George M Terry her husband has btn arrested He says he thought his wife arose early to start the kitchen fire but there are no evidences of her having attempted it The kerosene can was missing and there were of oil down the Two Laborers Killed NEW YORK March 9 Two Italian laoorors were instantly killed and two badly hurt by a twoton dirt cart which fell upon them Tuesday while they were at work on the now East river bridge The dead men were Jos Drinnel and Dominick Dottore The injured arc Michael Uoanaco and Vito Lena Irincc Henry Arrives at lion Ivon- IIoxo Koxc March 9 Prince lien ry of Prussia has here from Singapore and a number of dinners aul receptions have been arranged in hi honor If want a whitewash that will nut rub off slake one bushel of fresh Ii me with hot water Slaking adl one pc iind of glue previously dissolved in w arm water and stir thoroughly Be e applying add sufficient bluing ve tint desired This whitewash is red fcrloth inside and outsidework Jeffersons Ten rules Never put off until tomorrow what y u can do tcday Never trouble another for what you ca a do yourself Never buy dont want be cheapPride than hunger thirst and cold We seldom repent of having eaten too little Nothing is troublesome do wilinglyHow pain the evils have cost happenedTake the smoothe handle When angry count ten before you ealiit angry count a hundred hereon Dmthm policeman fleshroasted backstairs arri veil ypu ft g youhawhat you thatwe Illi Viltes Tuesday drippings tog THE OF LEXINGTON KY OUR IPT IV Our plan is a new application of an old principle and is based up on tIme actual experience of successful life insurance companies cover ing a period of over 200 years The same principles govern both only WE pay while you LIVE THEY pay when you DIE WE offer the INVESTMENT features THEY protect in case of DEATH With them death is the moving factor causing the payment the policy with us a definite and fixed niatheuialical rule in lieu of death matures the policy INSURANCE IS A LAW OF AVERAGE They figure on so many men out of a thousand figure on so many policies They kill the kill the policy There is no reason why a man should tile to reap the hen lit of his investment We return an average of 230 for every dollar paid us and yet we assume an obligation less than onethird as great as has been assumed and paid for years by the leading life insurance companies of America Only about twenty 20 per cent of the people are insurable Only the sound and healthy who least need its advantages can obtain life insurance Why should there not be a means provided whereby eighty So per cent of the population can carry an tile same as the favored few who can get life insurance Our is to open the door to the entire population to enjoy the same or greater benefits for an equal or less expenditure considering the ad vantage to be derived and that those advantages may be enjoyed during life by the one making the investment NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS That our plan is popular and based upon sound business princi pIes is evidenced by our large and increasing membership as shown by our remarkable Exhibit of Growth See literature We court the clysest scrutiny and most thoroug investigation No statement made that cannot be verified by actual results Others Make Money Why Not You The endorsement given this Company by the investment of bankers law yers merchants ministers doctors railroad men mechanics in men of business sagacity in every vocation of an evidence of the soundness of our S3siem- ACTVAI RESULTS AND OPINIONS OF SOME OF OUR CER TIFICATE HOLDERS REV J V RILEY of Mortonsville Ivy says 1 have had an investment in the Southern Mutual Investment Co ofLexington Ky for more than years I have had 23 couoons to mature by reJemption which cost ma Ies4 than S5000J and returned to me 141000 LEXINGTON KY September 10 1S07 To whom it may concern This is to certify that my husband W F White about three years ago in vested in the Southern Mutual Investment Co Since that time there have been 20 coupons to mature on which the Company has paid his estate S1V219G coupons cost his estate less than S0000 to mature them I am pleased with the investment he made 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