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LANCASTER, KY., FPIDAY, Fresh gard n MARCH, II. Battle-shi- p 11. 1898. mum Chilled Flow d at. S. T. EvansCV Tickets for the Launching. On account of the Launching of the I IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. Sore arms are numerous Fresh for sale at Northcott's. Co., v I B. Wanted, hens at 5c per pound. Northcott. 200,000 trick for sale. Greening & Pence, Stanford, Ky. Big Court next week. Veal calves wanted. Butler Fox. X Typewriter office. Northern seed Irish potatoes at SI per bushel at Gaines'. All varieties of Landreth seed, in bulk, at Gaines'. NO. THE AMERICAN 2 0. J. A . Bjazley & wall p i per. See 'em. " headquarters for S. letter heads at this garden is made from the best brands of car wheel iron and chilled by the latest and best method. No pains are spared to make this the best and strongest Chilled Plow on the market. Try it and 3'ou will be convinced. All parts interchanged with other makes of the same numbers. J. R. Haselden. Lancaster, Ky. Col. W.G.Welch. W. I. Williams, rm mm, & Stanford. Lancaster. Attorneys at Law, LANCASTER, KY. All business attended to promptly. BEAZLEY&BAII&HMAN. UNDERTAKERS and dealer in Furniture, Carpets,&c. Lancaster, Ky. I : WAR INEVITABLE? : We are going to Rev. Faulconer will preach at the Some of the restless have begun Christian church Snnday night. work in their garden. Beginning with Feb. 10th our terms 1 he best Disc Harrow on the marWanted, 1,000 hens. Will pay 5c per J. C. Thompson. will be cash. ket, at G. S. Gaines'. pound th5s week. B. Fox. Hay and corn always on hand at CyThe best two horse wagon on the I will sell you package coffee at rus Easons, for retail 4t market at G. S. Gaines'. at cost, for cash. T. Currey. S. T. Evans will have .the largest Largest line Plow's and Plow gear. Wanted, Veal Calves. Will go to line of buggies and phaetons ever J. 11. Haselden. country and buy. II. B. Northcott j brought to Lancaster. Save your or Flower seed in bulk. Sweet peas ders for him. - II. F. Walter, Dentist, will be at only 5 cents, an ounce ::t Thompson's. Bucna V s'a Wednesday, March 10th. Farmers. Wanted, car load of Iron, Bones and White French Artichoke will preClover, oat', timothy', bluegrass and Rags. II. B. Northcott vent hog cholera. Seed for sale at orchard grass always on hand at one dollar per bushel by G. Craddock, Wanted, geese, ducks and eggs Marksbury. Ky. Gaines. fll-2- t Highest market price. J I. B. North- J. C. Thompson has just received Next Week. Yv ?" t"vo casi s of new clocks waich .we are The post office will probably change Murdered at Murcellus. selling very chean. S hinds next week, Mr. West taking The expense account of farmers, bj' possession. It will be moved to A collection for the stv :ral Boards grinding plow points at C. K. Poindex-ter's- . room on Lexington street. will be taken at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Premium Bourbou Steam Laundry. Wanamakcr & Brown are giving Corn Wanted. Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the If parties wishing to sell corn wtyl Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your each customer from S3 to 5, in the price of suits, as the customer bring it to me at once, I will buy same. orders at Sweeney's store. tf that much and gets a perfect fit sites J. W. Miller, Mgr. Pilgrimage DisM. D. Hughes, Agent. Salt! Salt!. tillery. just received a car of barrel I have Children and adults tortured by Aunt Mary B'.and, widow of Elbert and sack salt that I am selling Cheap, burns, scalds, injuries, eczema or skin Bland, died at the old home place for cash. Store near depot. diseases may secure instant relief by near town Tuesday. She was widety J. J. Bakton. using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It known among theo'.der citizens of the is the great Pile remedy. Stormes' county, and highly respected. Sale or Kent. Fur Drug Store. lm I will either sell or rent my resiMiss Annie Walter, assisted by Mrs. dence. It is in good repair and in a & Ilro. A. B. Itobertsou M. C Walter will dressmtike at the The old and reliable firm of A B home of the latter. Children's work good neighborhood. For particulars call on either W. II. Kinnaird or my- Robinson & Bro., the Danville dry carefully attended too. Call on us Mary K. Weisiger. self. goods firm, come out in a big ad. in oace and you will call again. 2t today's IlECOHi). Read every word Goose and Duck Errs out of Sight. Old Paper. Until April 1st, 1S9S I want all your of it. Benton Ashley showe.l us a newspaCity Council. per bearing date June 20, 1VJ0. It's a goose and duck eggs, will pay 35c for The City Counc'l met in regular sescariosity and he has been offered S10 gorse eggs and 15c for duck eggs. OfBring them in and get the cash. sion Monday evening but did nothing fo.-- it bat hopes to get a better figure. fice on Public Square, in Archer's- meat of importance. The question of comshoo. Buti.ek Fox. J pulsory vaccination came up, but no j:iK Court. such order was made. It was decided The March term of the Garrard CirJames Najlor. in cases where parties wanted cuit Court convenes Monday. FollowMr. Jas. Naylor, one of Garrard's that the work done and could produce sating is the docket: SO o'.d equity cases; most prominent and popular young isfactory 215 equity appearances; evidence tint they were 10 old common men, died at his home several miles to pty for same, the town would law cases; 2S common law appearanc- from town 1 hursday, and was buried es CD commonwealth cases. 'J he in the Lancaster Cemetery Friday. He settle for such opera f.on. doc cet is very light and it is not be- was in his 25th year, lie was an honTo Get Pointers. lieved that more than two weeks time orable young man, and well liked will be consumed to dispose of it. by all who knew h m. County Judge Burnssidc and 'Squires Dann 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 tuah points as would assist in the A matter here in Garrard. The problem of keeping up the pikes is both knotty and expensive, and the officers are wise in getting all the inforriafoa obtainable before taking any permanent steps. New liuj Calicoes at T. Evans r Kentucky at Newport hursday March 24th at ten o'clock a. m , the Chesapeake and Ohio lly. will sell round trip tickets from Lexington, Winchester and ML Sterling (and correspondingly low rates from all Central Kentucky towns) at S12.00 for both trains of Tuesday March 22nd. Tickets will be good seven days from date of sale. Trains leave Lexinjrton at 11:2 a. m. and 8:53 p. m. an I arrive Newport News 11:30 a. m. and 5:30 p. m. next day. Berth rate S3.50 through for double berth. Send in your names to undersigned at once for sleeping car space. Special rates at the hotels. Geo. W. Baisxev, D. P. A. C. & O. Ry., Lexington, Ky. News, Va. 1 4 s rruT Trm Z BARGAIN FEAST Having of W. T. West his stock of Dry Goods, Motions, Clothing, Hats, Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes At a Big Discount, enables us to offer you goods in this line at Remarkably Low Prices pure-hashe-d Game Early and nov-25-t- f. 7 Straiulug at a Gnat. One of the most rediculous thiags we have heard of lately, is the disposition of some people to take exceptions at part oi the Old Bachelor's show. In the initiation of the candidate, a long and foolish obligation was given, the party administering it making the affair 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 stead ast" Now some are tearing their hair over this great sin and want Lewis Walker and ashes over the to sit in 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. Peter. Such ideas of religion make us very, tired. sack-cloth Bet First Choice. This stock must be closed out At Once in order to make room for our Xew Spring Stock. It is our purpose to close out the stock of Clothing and Shoes and convert the business into A FIRST CLASS Dry Goods House! We will carry TJp - - To - Date lines of g Crimmtngs, x Press (Boobs, x 2Tottons, and, in fact, everything that goes to make up a First Class Dry Goods House. In doing this we ask the support and patronage of the people of Lancaster and Surrounding Country. With your aid we can build up a business that will enable us to carWe promise ry a well selected stock in this line. at all times to do the best in our power to merit We propose to your favors - ur-ab- ie 1 The owners of the Pilgrimage Dis tillery, Messrs. Levy Bros., Cincinna ti, ordered 300 extra copies of The Record containing our write-u- p of their plant. We are so used to having people complain because we do not praise them a little higher that Levy Bro's. appreciation of our humble efforts came like a clap of thunder from a clear sky. An exhibition of gratitude is a rare occurence these days. Smash Up. BOMBARD THE CITY of Lancaster and Surrounding Country this Spring Sea-so- u with LOW PRICES. We havt: bought and are now receiving the Largest and Most Complete line- of - attached to a rockaway be came frightened near Joseph.s store A horse Tuesday, and dashed across the square at frightful speed. When in front of Gaines' grocery the runaway came in contact with Mr. Gaines' delivery wagon, causing it's horse to break loose and run, and Mr. Rigney's undertak er's wagon was slightty damaged. The rockaway was smashed into kindling wood. The turnout belonged to Mr. E. Dunn. Ready For Jtuttiness. Having bought the stock of Lackey Bro3., we are now open for business. Will keep constantly on hand a "stock of dry goods, groceries, shoes, hats, hardware, queensware.and in fact, everything kept in an "up-to- 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 ouying elsewhere. Give us a call. Very res pectfully, 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 m ich vacci nating. Sore arms are thick as hops and, if you want to get knocked down, just grab the average Lancaster man, woman or child by the left arm. While there is no immediate danger, yet it is no bad ilea to have the operation performed. Reports from Middlesboro say the disease Is fast dying out there, but here are yet enough cases to spread the disease all over the state if a strict watch is not kept. first-cla- Spring Clothing, Shoes, ever shown in the city. We are going to put forth all of our energies to make this the banner season of our experience. In buying our Spring Goods we Ilachelor'it Convention. The Court House was crowded Fri day night by people f.om all oyer the county, who came to witness the Old The first Bachelor's Convention. scene represented a barber shop with the bachelors of the town and county making ready 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. Walker, representing J. Crafty Burnside. 'Ihe bachelors were represented by youny men aDoui town. .Many trood hits were made, though some of the parts were exceedingly tame and fell fiat. Five or six members told their experi ence well, but same, we regret to say, showed grct lack of study and preparation. Some of the hoys seemed to think that all they had to do was "mj.ke up" and get on the stage, put ting no work on what they were tc do or say after having made their ap pearance. Joe Robinson's Pony Beaz'ey), was veiy good, and took well with the audi ence, though he was interrupted by some Smart Alex in the audience, wht tii.-to "kiu" Joe. Tne aforesaid Alex was "called down"' successfully by Mr. Walker. At the conclusion of the convention a minstrel show was given by several young men, assisted by the Lancaster band. Lewis Walker acted as interlocutor, with Charley Anderson and Letcher Owsley on the "ends." An derson and Owsley are certainly first- class minstrels and their work was highly complimented by every body 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 Kem per, Owsley, Hughes and Anderson, was well up, and one of the most en joyable features of the evening. This in a great measure was due to the lovely piano accompaniments played by Miss May Z. Hughes. This charm ing 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 failure. By far the best and most appropri ate part of the evening's entertain ment was the tableau, 'ihis repre sented America standing between lit tle Cuba and Spain. The latter, wkh drawn knife, was striking at Cuba, when an officer of the U. S. Army (in full uniform), grabbed Spain's striking arm. America was represented by Miss Lula Robertson, a beautiful and lovely young lady, of E'.izabethtown, now visiting Mrs Ellen Owsley. well-know- n first-clas- h BUY for CASH and SELL for CASH ONLY. By doing this we can bring to the consumer prices that will at all times enable them to supply their wants close to the Manafacturer's cost. The Logan Dry Ooods Co. g AT W. T. WEST'S OLD STAND re- The Logan Dry Goods Co., hcvj ceived a sh'pment of Spring Goods. I would like to do your plain sewing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. Death of Iahum Merriman. Bro. Campl;ll will preach at the Isham Merriman, a former citizen of Baptist church Sunday morning at'd Upper Garrard, died at Versailles, i?ht at the usual hour. Tuesday, and was brought to Paint Tickets. Lick for burial Wednesday. He was All my customers, of last season, can widely connected in Garrard and come in on Tuesday and get tickets for all over the county. He was a single man and probably fifty years the pants to be given away. M. D. Hughes, Agent. of age. well-know- Old Vets, Attention. Please be at Masonic Hall promptly at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon. We must be getting ready to attend the encampment, which will soon meet in James Dilon. Cincinnati. IVillard Memorial. A service in memory of Frances E. Fought the Prices Down! with King Cash and want the people surrounding country to have the benefit It will be money in your vest pocket season before buyia your Clothing, Furnishing Goods. of Lancaster and of it. to SEE US this Shoes, Hats, and If every Kentucky colonel could raise a regiment to march against Spain, what a vast army would be but in the field by the grand old Common wealth. The other States of the Union wouldn't be in it. Georgetown Times. Tke Royal ia the highest grade baMeg powder fcaawa. Actual tests show it foes eae-thifarther taaa aay ther fcraaC LOGAN ROBINSON POWDER AhMtattlylMra rowan eo., new yosk. aovM. BAKme TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All Druggists refund the money if it falls to Core. 35 cents. 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 inPrison Commissioners. A telegram from Frankfort says the vited to be present. prison commissioner fight ended in the On the State Medical Board. appointment of Henry George, of Gov. Bradldy sent to the Senate the county, J. M. Richardson, of Graves W. S. O'Neal, of this city Barren, and Edmond Finnell, of Har- name of Dr. to be a member of the state board of rison. health. Senator Gjorge Farric obA leading farmer s id to The Rec- jected to the confirmation and the ord: "The indications are that wheat name was referred back to the comwill advance much higher, although mittee. We understand today that we may have declines, but that will Mr. Farris has withdrawn his objeconly le temporary, and it will certain- tion and that the doctor will be conly reach the dollar mark here, and firmed. go higher." B. G. Fox & Rice have just shipped to Atlanta a car of horses which they At the Minstrels. End Man. Say, Mistah Johnson, can bought at 50 to 100. B. G. Fox & E. Grifin, jou tell me why Mr. Jack Rout, of Rice, sold to F.ay mare by of Atlanta, a Happy Day, year-old Stanford, is like one of these here di out of the darof Dave Rowland 2:17, vers what goes down in the sea? for d00; and to W. S. Barrier, of ShelMr. J. No, Bones. Why is it? harness horse for End Man. 'Cause he's always hunt by, a 100. E. W. Lee arrived home Saturing for Pearl. day morning from Atlanta, where he had been handling mules. He sold Pretty Storeroom. The store room occupied by The Lo- over one thousand head on commisgan Dry Goods Co., has been refitted sion. Mr. Lee says prices were about as good as usual, but there were not esand made into a strictly He was well A new coat of paper quite as many sales. tablishment. and paint has added a pretty and in- satisfied with his trip in every way. viting appearance. Mr. Logan gives Danville Advocate. hi; undivided attention to the busiBuffalo Boiler Mills. ness and has put in .a stock of Paint Lick, Ky. goods second to none in KenIt cost money to advertise and we tucky. do not advertise for fan or pastime, but mean business, strictly. We do Pleasant Affuir. Ihe social given at the Christian believe that we are in shape to give church Wednesday evening was a very you as good flour in exchange for your enjfyble affair in every way. A wheat as can be made and as most all great many of the members assembled wheat that was raised in 1S97 was good about 7:3J o'clock and passed several it is a rare exception that we fail to hours in social conversation, singing give our customers 34 lbs. of our faultand partaking of elegant refresh- less flour and 10 lbs. bran for every ments prepared by the good ladies. bushel of wheat. If you will try us Sach entertainments are calculated to with a wagon load of wheat we are do much good in any church, as they sure you will come again. We are pre bring the members closer together, in- pared to exchange flour every day except terest them in the church's welfare jest Sunday. doWe guarantee our flour when we sell it. If it like we aad, in fact, have a good influence ev- is not good return it aad we will satisBueuam & Rccxxb. ery way. fy you. -- 4 7 CENTRAL RECORD CVKKY A New WKK BV STATE NEWS ITEMS. WANT A RAISE COVIS I.AS&KAST, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. IiltlFpiiiH it fists Also a Variety of m of CONSCIENCE Over Two Thim-nii- d MONEY. Ytab, in advance.. " SOSK Months. ....$1.00 Conductors Engineers anil l'lrcinoii of thn I & N. I!u:icl in hrsxlmi. " " 50 FRIDAY, March 11, 189S. The 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 alarming1 each day. Spain called for the withdrawal of Consul General Lee, refus! d iiatly to do but Mr. McKi-iU-so. Spain then withdrew her call and gave some lame excuse for making it. ISoth countries am making all possible preparations and we Lelicve a war is sure to follow. Every member of the National House voted for the Cannon bill placing $53,000,030 at the of the President to meet any emergency in the national defense. The vote on the bill was preceded by a debate, in which men of all parties and from all sections united in declaring that they knew no party divisions in any emergency concerning the na tional lonjr anl satoty. rsumo regarded such a provision for war as the surest gnaranty of peace; others de clared it a war measure and supported it as such. The Xavy 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 Gov ernment has an option on two cruisers that are being constructed for Japan These two vessels will be among the swiftest "cruisers in the world. While we are confident the United States will come out of the conflict with flying colors, yet we have a pre sentiment that Spain has a curl of tome kind up her sleeve and will give us a harder light than is generally expected. The report of the Court o Inquiry is anxiously awaited and when it is made prompt action will be taken by Mr. MeKinley. Is 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. Louisvn.u:, Ky., March I. General Manager Metcalfe, of the Louisville & Nashville railroad, met a committer ppointeil by the conductors, en- incers and liremeu of tnat system, ho arc in session here, Thursday. They asked for a restoration of the ten per cent cut in their wages, Inch was made in 1S'J3. The re quest was made in a courteous, gentle manly manner and General Manager Metcalfe, who had coma frum Morula lobe present, told thi members of the committee that their request would Iw complied with in the course of a few months, at most, and regretted sin cerely that the cut could not be restored at onee. lie, however, gave the members of the committee sueh assurances of the road's intentions in this direction that the conference ended very pleasantly. The meeting adjourned Thursday afternoon. MANY BURGLARIES In Failuc:ih Caused an Idlers Ordinance and a Curfew La iv to lie l'assed by tliu City Council. I'aducah, Ky., March 4. Forty oi fifty burglaries of note in this local! ty have aroused the people and a strin Dollars I'aid to Co!- Distr et, to Iielor S.ljip, f the I.inil-vil- l! tin- - United States Treasury. He l'aiil Into Louisville, Kv., March 7. "Ke- ceiveil of unknown parties the sum of 2,400, alleged by them to be due the United States government as taxes on whisky in bond in 180.5 in the state of MISGELAKEOUS BOOKS MeROBERTS DRUG STORE. Orders taken for all Foreign orDonuslic Jliigizhies or Newspapers.' E. W. Lilluril. Kentucky, said taxes being withheld by unknown parties at the time. "ClIAKI.FS K. S. SAl'l'. gent idlers ordinance and a curfew law have been adopted by city council Wednesday night a and put in force. also stroujr vijnlauce committee went to work and eight Ne- men white roes three and were caught anil au wnippeu, two severely, and forced to leave on One Ixegro in leparting trains. his haste to depart fell from a moving train and was injured but he was The thrown on and carried away. committee promises to clean the town There is great before disbanding. among Negroes. fear particularly Trouble mav result THE HOUSE Passes an Act Declaring IJolli Go'U ana fcllver Lrgal Tender in l'a incut of Debt "Collector Internal lleveuue, I nth "Kentucky District "March 4, lS'JS." This receipt war, given an unknown man by Collector &app alter uie stranger had counted out $'2,400 in gol !. It was conscience money. The stranger explained himself to Lol- lector Sapp as follows: "1 represent parties now living in a distant state. In 1SU3 they lived in Kentucky and defrauded the government out of con siderable money in whisky taxes. I low it tvas done makes no dilterence to you. The parties 1 represent are conscious 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 hi wired the department at Washington of his unusual collection. BLOODY FIGHT In Which One Man is Reported Killed and Jno. B. Stout. ana bummer 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. T --7 & blOVLZ, RUGGISTS.J s. Leading DAItfVILLE, DRY GOODS. Stationery, Paints, Oils, Etc. :: It The Madrid Government would prefer to see in Lee's place some man whe would think more of Spain's interests and less of those of the United States than Lee docs. Some one of the three or four gentlemen who are holding up American legislation in the House would suit Spain in this crisis. The United States could spare these, bui hhe will not send them to represent her interest in Cuba. She will keer them where they can be watched. Lee is emphatically the right man for the plaee, and he will stick. The IJronston prison bill has be come a law over Gov. Jlradley's 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 tin two republican wardens, two deputj wardens, two physicians and all thi guards will be taken by the seat oi the pants "and pitched out into tin cold world. The public has been worn out by so many prison "scandals" an talk of mismanagement that a heartj 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. Saufley among those proposed for Con gress this falL There is no man whom we would rather see go to congres: 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 judge who will at all times act impartially and, best of all, will not run off oil hobbies or mouse tracks, is too rart ana great a blessing to let go, nc matter what he thinks about it. W believe we voice the sentiments of majority of the people, and especially the litigants and members of the bar, when we say, keep Judge Saufley where he is. one of the Lest managed in America, has announced its intention to restore th 10 per cent cut made in wages several years ago. This will increase its an nual expenses about 700,000 and will be a big lift for the employees. Uhe railroad man's lot is not an easy on by any means, and the poor fellow earn every they get. The L. t & N.tis said by employees everywhere to be the best in the country to work PriKon Hill Passed Over the Veto. for. A man is promoted when he de Fkaxkfokt, Ky., March 7. The serves it and faithful pcrfoimance of Bronson prisons bill came up in the senate Saturday, where it was a special duty is always rewarded. jricr. It was passed over the governor's veto by a strictly party vote of 25 The older the buck, the harder the to 11. Brown (dem.) and McConncll hoof. Just listen at Brer. Walton (pop.) did not vote. This is the first "Down in the Southern part of the knockout of the governor at this session State a young woman is doing a land State Schools of Keform. office business selling books. She1 Fkaxkfokt, Ky., March 5. The court young and she's fair and her modus of appeals Friday affirmed the lower operandi never fails. A kiss goes with court's judgment commanding the each book and as her lips are as red state auditor to issue his warrant for and as ripe as May cherries arc in June S100.000, appropriated for the erection schools of reform. her books and her favors go like wild of state Sllddlesboro Ordered Quarantined. fire. The gentlemen of the "Penny MiDDLESUor.o, Ky., March 9. Gov. rile" will please pass her up this way Bradley has ordered Middlebboro quar p. d. q. antined. No one will be permitted to leave and none to enter town. One Our Senator George Farris will no hundred cases of smallpox are in the win much fame from stopping an "al pest house. Business is at a stand tercation" between Charjey Lronston till. Gloom rests upon everything. and Mr. Enloe. We do not know Clyde Coleman Crashed by Cars. Ky., March 9. Clyde Falmouth, much about Enloe, but a stop the boisterous Charles Coleman, aged 20. was crushed by a lad can when he gets into a scrap. Go stop train at Butler Monday night. lie was h bad 'udf. trying to beat his way to his home some real here. George. Don't waste tima jumping CUBAN RELIEF cures between two fellows who could not OUuaw CoUc Neiiralglaand Toothache wlQ five minutes. Sour Stomach be pushed together with mogul en' as iN. auk rauroaa, wnicn is red.-cen- fight took place Saturday evening in the new Harlan district of Harlan county in which one man is reported to have been killed and two others mortally wounded. The participants were William Gross and Sam Gross against Abe Carroll. John Carroll ami Aba Sewell. Knives and pistols were freely used, and it is saiil that Sewell was instantly killed, while Win. Gross and one of the Carrolls were fatally injured. Particulars are meger, but so far as can be learned the trouble arose on tly Same Terms. over the killing of a calf belonging to Fkaxkiout, Ky., March 5. The the Gross brothers by Carroll. house of representatives has passed Mortally Wounded. by a party vote an act to prevent the Gkeexvilli:, Ky., March 8. P. B. making of a contract payable in gold Ilardison, proprietor of the Depot hoand making such a contract null and tel, shot and mortally wounded I. T. owl. Dr. S. Atwood Smith, of Louis Pence, a young man. Pence and Hardi-son'- s ville, introduced the bill and warmly were standing in the hotel advocated its passage. It is substan office wife in conversation, when Ilardison tially a copy of the Nebraska law and ordered Ponce to leave the plaee. prevents the discrimination of cither Pence walked to the door and was metal against the other and declares leaning against it when Ilardison both gold and silver legal tender Ilardison was arrested at once. paj'ment of debt on exactly the same lircd. tha II y'. Skull. terms. Hoi'KixsviLLi:, Ky., March . T. W. Fair Grounds to He Sold. Fletcher, residing in this city, was in Paius. Kv.. March 4. The fair the woods Monday getting out timrounds of the old Dourbon County ber for rails, assisted by a Agricultural assoeiatiou, near this son of Thos. Dunning, a neighbor. As city, are to be sold at puoiic auction the boy was moving a wedge the heavy shortly. The annual meetings of the maul in Fletcher's hand accidentally association have been held on these came down on his head, crushing in rounds for 50 years. Many presidents his skull and inflicting other injuries of the United States and distinguished that resulted in death. statesmen have attended these gather Disgraceful Scene in Church. inffs. This was the oldest fair in the Lkxixotox, Ky., March S. The Hill United States, the first having been Street Methodist church was the scene neld in 1S41. of a conflict Sunday between John D. The Kentucky' L:tui:c!ilntr. Louisville, Ky., March 7. Prepara Walker and S. S. lloszell, deacons, and tions are being made to take a great James H. Oversteet, a member of the jrowd of Kentuckians to the launch choir. Overstreet was asked by the There will bs two, as a committee, to leave the choir. ing of the Kentucky. four special trains, the otlicial train Hot words followed, and, it is alleged, incarrying iiov. i.rauiey ana stair anu Walker struck Overstreet. Friends Hie Wes tervened. distinguished participants. sinjrcr Guards of Louisville will en- The School Hook Hill. Jcavor to go as an escort to the gov Fkaxkfokt, Ky., March 5. It is rnor. The legislature has been asked learned that a caucus on the Chinn for them. to appropriate school book bill will be called. The The Tracy Hill 'Waiting the Governor's supporters of the measure still think Signature. there is a chance to force the senate Fiiaxkfoht, Kv.. March 7. The to reconsider its refusal to recede 1'racy bill, requiring cities of the sec from the adoption of the Bronston subond class in which separate terms of stitute, which the house would not accourt arc held to maintain court cept houses, went to the governor Satur Girls Arrested In Church. day. The bill was passed unanimous Ewixg, Ky., March S. The two Crow ly in both houses, and was originated girls, who, with their mother, engaged for the purpose of preventing a recur- in a pitched battle with officers in contempt Lewis county a few weeks ago, in rence of the Tarvin-councincident which the mother was killed, were arA Decision Soon. rested here Sunday while attending Ky., March S. Judge church. They were returned to Lewis Fuaxkfout, Helm and others of those interested in county charged with malicious shootthe Covington council case are here to ing. Not Pay. await the action of the appellate court The C.ty The latter, as a whole, will go into Fkaxkfokt, Kv., March 8. The court secret consultation for final considera- of appeals has decided that a city char tion of the case, and will doubtless ter must rule in street improvement hand down its decision the next day at cases, and that a city shall not pay for 11 o'clock. street improvements except at intersections. The case was appealed by Itelief for the Lexington Asylum. Fkaxkfokt, Ky., March 4. The sen- Wighaus Brothers, from Central Covate Thursday passed a dozen small ington. bills, including $50,000 relief for the Killed His Kival. Lexington asylum.' Staxfokd, Ky., March S. At Macks-TillWill Blakcly shot and killed Only One Neiv Cane. Crenshaw in a quarrel about a Middlesboiio, Ky., March 7. But woman. Crenshaw had threatened one ease of smallpox was reported Sat- Blakely with a knife. Both men are urday. All patients have been removed colored. to the pest houses set apart for them. She Sues for Damages. Authorities have been busy in disinLouisville, Ky., March 8. The compreviously occupied by pany which put the names of delinfecting houses smallpox patients, and in some cases quent debtors of this city on big wall burning them. posters has been sued by Mrs. George Remarkable. Itlrtln. Bartman, a victim, for S5.000. Richmond, Ky., March 4. The wife Klcctrlc Light for Ludlow. of Henry White, of Paint Lick, this Fkaxkfokt, Ky., March 4. The Kencounty, gave birth to a girl on Tues- tucky Electric Light Co., of Ludlow, day of last week and on Thursday.two with a 00,000 capital stock, filed days after, was delivered of a bouncing articles of incorporation with the secboy. retary of state. Cru-.lu.- l il Sh-tl- l o Two Others, Mortally Wounded. Calloway, Ky., March 7. A bloody KENTUCKY. We Are Indebted To the People of Lancaster and Garrard County For Much of our Success and we appreciate it. Don't fail DRESS GOODS. Beginning at 25c yard for choice of 20 styles 36 inch nov elty Dress Goods and running up to $4.00 yd. Poplins in all the new shades, Granites, Bayaderes, Coverts, Epingles Crepons, Grenadines &c, and all kinds of Trimmings and Iyinings to suit. to call on us. We Guarantee Satisfaction. Send to us for Shoes for Everybody. Hats Leading TRUNKS and VALISES. and Furnishing Goods.! 5h.De 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 $3.00 yd. Black Satin Duchesse and Luxor, Taffetas, Brocades, Bayaderes &c. for seperate skirts. Choice styles all silk Satin Brocades at 75c yd. Caldwell & Lanier. and Furnishing House S. arenadivLes. Thirty five patterns of the new stripe plaid and figured Grenadines 46 inches wide from $1.25 yd and up. These are immensely popular. To line these we have black and fancy Taffetas, also Cotton linings which have same et feet as silks at much less price- Danville, Ky. BEAZLEY, For Cash! I have concluded to sell strictly for cash, and will not deviate from the rule. By having no outstanding accounts or bad debts, 1 will be able to sell much cheaper" and devote more time to my customer's wants. Teeth fllled and extracted with ont Dain. Crown and Rririira W ork a specialty. Office over J. R. HaseJden'a hardware store, next to Court House, Lancaster, Ky. DENTIST. MISS SALLIE TILLETT. TM mm U ORGANIZED 1883. NATIONAL BANK, FT. OF LANCASTER. WASH GOODS. We have so many, that we can only give a list. Organdies at Sy's, 124, 15, 25, 40 and "50c yd. more than 150 styles. Ginghams and Madras cloths 100 styles from 10c to 40c. Real French Percales down to 25c yd. Real Scotch Madras in plaids and solids at 40c and soc yd. Imported Dimities at 25c. Linen Lawns at 30c yd. Chivi-ot- s at 12)4 and 17. Linen in stripes, checks and solids for waists and Dresses at Galatia Cloths at 12 and 15c. Best Penangs i24c. White Pique 15c to 50c Specials this week: 36 inch Penangs in New Spring Designs at 5c per yard. New Ginghams in fine light cloth and Choice Styles at 5c a yard. W. H. LACKEY Successor to Lackey & -Capital, Surplus, Fund $100,000 15,000 Gulley. BUSINESS SOLICITED. First-Gla- s Careful and Prompt Attention Goaraateed LIVERY STABLE. J. M. Higginbothax Lxwis Y. Lkavxll B. F. Hudson W. O. RI8NKY C. D. Walkxk DIRECTORS: President Cashier Assistant Cash'r. Bookkeeper HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES. SPECIAL 33. attention to r J. M . HlSGINBOTH J. S. Johnson, Alxx.Gibbs, AM, LKWI8 Y.LlAVXLL, TRAVELING MEN. H.C.Arnold, Jb. NosiiiaoH B.F.Hudson. J.J.Walkxb 'X aoavr T. M. Arnold, KAIL ROAD TIME TABLES. THE ionth-b'n- d K. C. Branch, OTHE STOCKS. CAPITAL 300,000.00 L OF BANK ( SURPLUS. 165,000.00. North-b'n- d Mixed, passes Lancaster, 3:40 r. v. " Mixed, ; 8:00 a. h. Knoxvllle Branch. North-bounNorth-b'nSouth-b'nd d Fkaxkfokt, Ky., March 5. The appellate judges Friday morning fixed next Tuesday as the day for consultation for a final consideration of the Covington council and court case. Judo-cHelm. Tarvin and O'Hara are here, and all the briefs are in. Pkestoxsbukg, Ky., March 4. James Click, aged 107 years, died Saturday. Mr. Click was the oldest man in the Sandy valley, if not in Kentucky. lie has always been strong and active and rode horseback to the polls last Novem' ber. Sons tit Veterans Volunteer. Louisville, Ky., March 5. Fowlei Camp, Sous of Veterans, 300 strong, al The Covington Council Case. New line Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords in Latest Shapes and Finest Qualities. An immense line of Brilliant Cut Glass, prices from $3. to S50. Sterling Silver. Spoons, Forks and Fancy Pieces made by Whiting Manufacturing Co., Towle Mfg. Co., Gorharn 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. South-boun- d Mail, passe Express, " Express, " Mail, " Queen & Stanford, 12:37 LANCASTER, KY. A. R. Denny, President. Jno. E. Storm es, Vice President. 12:01 p.m. " " ltS7r.it. Crescent Koute. " r. x 3:13 A.M. PASSES DANVILLE. NORTH BOUND., Wm.H. Kinnaibd, fl. C. Dennt, Cashier, Number 10 (Daily except Sunday) Number 6 (Daily Number 4 (Dally) Flag Number 2 (don't stop) SOUTH BOUND. 6:09 1:41 3:31 p.m. a. m. a. m. 3:30 a. m. 11:55 11 J. F. Robinson. Jb, Ass't Assistant Cash'r. B. T. Embky Number 1 (don't stop) Number 5 (Daily ) Number 9 '(Daily except Sunday) Number 3 (Midnight flag) Daily a. m. 8:10 p. m. 11 !a.m. 5 p.m. At J.07 Years. BUTTERICK PATTERNS. DIRECTORS Jas Spllman, Sam'l. D.Cochran, A. C. Robinson. Alex. R. Denny. L. Davidson, W. R. Cook, Jno. E. Stormes, 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE It Will Be Done Right If you Bring Your work to NED BURDETT & CO., at Arnold shop on Danville street. Scientific Ilorseshoeing, Repairing of Wagons, Uuggies, and all kinds of ve hicles Piomptly and Substantially done. Aayone sending a sketch and description mar qutcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an inrentlon Is probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. Handbook on 1'atenU patents. sentfree. Oldest agency for securing Co. recelro Patents taken throueh Munn it tptdal notice, without charge, in the A'nandsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest circulation of any scientific lournaL Terms. 93 a months, fl. Sold by all newsdealer. rear-fou- r Copyrights Ac. Designs a called meeting, adopted resolutions tendering its services to President Me- Scientific Hmciicaii. Branch Kinley in the event of war. The eamp has among its members some of the most prominentyoung men in the city. Middlesboro, Ky., March 3. Tht Braallpox situation is more alarming. Sixty now have the disease. Eighl cases were added Tuesday and fourteer. Wednesday. The disease has broker out in Claybourne county, Tenn., neai Bhawnee. Great excitement prevails Smallpox Situation Alarming. MUNN & Co.3S,BfM' New York 0oa, OK V St, Washington, D. C sure-enoug- nnu Zanville9 ROBINSON-PETTET nrOkHa COMPANY aeon.) LOUISVILLE. KY. rUlKlS fines. and Summer Complaints. Price, 25 Cents. Wholesale OisnusuroRS. ( IMI SPIUJGr r GOODS. New Sailors, Etc. BUCKEYE- Rev. V. T. Willis, of Nicholasville, filled his appointment as pastor, at MT. HEBRON Gunn's Chapel Sunday. Mrs. Coley Gully is teaching a subChiffons, scription ichool at this place. Misses Sallie B. Ray and (Jeorgie Miss Graham is now in the City at the whole Hunter, were with relatives and friends in Stanford Monday and Tuessale houses picking out the nice things for day. Raymond Ray visited relatives , and we will summer. I will join her in a few daj-sin Kirksville, last week. buy as nice a stock as can be selected in the markets. Joseph Simpssn was confined to his room last wc-'out. is able to oe out again. Mrs. W. G. Jones is on the sick list. An infant son of Thompson Hill is quite sick with pneumonia. St. Joseph's Hospital. Lexington Ar Your type in last week's issue had gonaut. A mad dog belonging to W. G. it, ones showed some signs of hydro Mrs. W. A. Rerke'.c and daughter, FRIDAY. March. IF. 1898. Miss Alma, have returned from a visit phobia," when your correspondent in writing the item left out the word to friends in Danville. I have in stock now Blood Poison. Contagious Blood Poison has been ap propriately called the curse of mankind. It is the one disease that physicians can not cure; their mercurial and potash remedies only bottle up the poison in the system, to surely break forth iu a more virulent form, resulting in a total wreck of the system. Mr. trank B. Martin, a prominent jeweler at 926 Pensylvauia Ave., Wash- mgton.D.C.says: I was for a long time under treat ment of two of the best physicians of this city, for a severe case of blood poison, but my coudition grew worse all the while, notwithstanding the fact that they charged me three hundred dollars. My mouth was filled with eating sores; my tongue was almost eaten awav. so that for three months I was unable to taste any solid food. My hair was coming out rapidly, and I was iu a horrible fix. I had tried various treatments, and was nearly dis couraged, when a friend recommended S.S.S. After had taken lour Domes, 1 began to get better, and when I had finished eighteen bottles, I was cured sound and well, my skin was without a blemish, and I have had no return of the disease. S.S.S.saved me from a life of misery." S.S.S. (gttarantced purely vegetable) will cure any case of blood m The fine weather the past few days m sn m u a m h of meaning is making the farmers leave their win- ter fires and hunt their farming uten- and about which such tender and mmvki OS There is no word so full fc':iv that tlio "Ola 'nuie" Ufcircdy, ShO'il t sils. Miss A. E. Scott, who has been teaching1 a winter school at Teaters- - MRS. MOODY HXJXETST. CENTRAL RECORD. ft nuie, who was taken suddenly ill at ab Orchard, Wednesday. I Misses Burnside anl Wood, two Miss Nellie Marrs is visiting relaWhooping cough is Stanford beauties, accompani d by tives iu Danville. I have purchased the tressing malady; but its duration can Messrs. Rowan SauAVy and Jack Rout, be cut short by the use of Oae Minute W. II. West, of Danville, was here attended the O.dRachelor's Convention Walker stable and am Coujrh Cure, which is also the best Monday on business. prepared to furnish the Mrs. Martha Frisbie and son, Char known remedy for croup and all lung Miss Margaret Mason is reported lie, arrived yesterday from Los Ange-lo- s Stormes' and bronchial troubles. "My wife suffered more in ten min scmj batter this wei-k- . CoL where they spent the winter. lm Drug Store. ntes with either of her other two chil .... ,,- r: i).. . : i i, ' They also m idj a visit to St. Louis, dren than she did altogether with her UUIILC, OU lllC &I1UILC3L MissouiL from a visit to Lexington. last, having previously used four Mccreary. of Mother's Friend.' It is a 3; Special attention given Mrs. George Patterson, little daugh- beMrs. Ross Iturnside has returned to expecting to Mrs. Mary E. Robinson, of Court blessing to any one says a customer. " Tmvplprs. er, Grace llellen and Miss Ella Lake come a MOTHER." her home in Uarbourville. House, Ohio, is the guest of Mrs. Mary Dale, Carmi, Illinois. Henderson ill spend several days in Cincinnati poison. Books on thedisease Swope. Miss Susie Saudidge has re Miss Lillie PhUlips, of Stanford, Is RICE BENG-E- . this week. The latter will enter school and its treatthe guest of Miss Rella Arnold. turned from a visit to her mother at Of Drucclstsnt J1.00, or sent by express on receipt TW7TWTZ ment, mailed fcr several months. ShclbyCity. Misses Irene Raney and of price. Wrlto for book containing testimonials free by Swift Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West have re.Mothers. The many friends of Miss Lu'a Rat-M attie Sanders, of Stone, visited ?nd valuable information for allAtlanta, Ga.Irce. Specific Co., turned from a visit to Lexington. Tbe llrailfleld Iterator Co., son were delighted to see her out for a Atlanta, Ga. rlends here Sunday. Mrs. L. Galley R. KINNAIRO'S Miss Lana has been ill for drive Tuesday. For more than six as returned from a visit to Lexington FLATWOOD. several days, but is now improving. months she has been suffering from with Mrs. Allie Haseldcn. The fol W. II. Lackey, of your city, visited his lowing officers were elected for the sister, Mrs. D. Gulley Sunday. Mrs. Mr. James Hutchings sold some cat Mrs Elizabeth Denny is visiting her typhoid fever. She is now past the year: .Mrs. Mote Robinson, Pres't.. Jack Turner who has been quite sick tle to Mr. J. L. Hutching, of Preach neice, Mrs. Boland, at Point Burnside. anger line and is improving rapidly. Mrs. Jeff Dunn, Sec'y, and Miss Ella with pneumonia is reported better. rsville for 40. Representing Over Hon. Robert Harding, of Danville, Miss Scott Petty has accepted a pc- Dunn, Treas. D. Jones and R. Hendren, of Kirks Miss Emoia Cottongin opened a se ion in J. M. Logan's dry goods store. was in the city Tuesda3' on profess'onJoe C. Bryant died at nis home in ville, were here Sunday. lect school at Lawson School House al business. Mr. Harding is an exceed Mr. R. E. MeRoberts, after a brief ingly popular gentleman over here, as Bryantsviile, Feb. 23th, of a complica Thursday Mr. James W. Nay March 7th. Oa last In the following Fire Insurance illness, is able to be back at the store. will be shown by the large amount of tion 01 diseases. ills luneral was lor, aged 25, died at his home on Sugar Mr. John A. Gibson had another Companies preached at the residence on Sunday Creek, after suffering ten days with shin dig at h's house a few days since Mr. John Raughman, of Royle, was legal business he gets in the Garrard We are anxious to do a little good in morning, by his pastor Rev. W. L pneumonia. He was hurried in Lan here Sunday to see one of our pretty courts. Saturday even'ng, Feb. 2Gth James .Etna of Hartford. Clark, and his remains were buried in caster Fnd'iy afternoon. Jim was : girls. Mr. John Miss Pearl Rurnside is the guest of this world and can think of no pleas Whittiker cut his (Jncen of America. anter or better way to do it than by the family burying ground near his good boy and a favorite with all who Grady with a knife who died Wednes Mesdames Dlclcerman and Rerkele, Misses Bessie and Jennie Burnside. recommending Oae Minute Coujrh home, as he nau requested it some National of II art fort. inew him, always ready to help others of IJryaatsvillc, werj visitors here Miss Jennie gave a birthday dinner Cure as a preventive of pneumonia, time before his death. Mr. Bryant n time of need and will be sadly miss day following from his wounds. Mr. Pheaix of Brooklyn. Wednesday at which the following Fado Parks, Constable, arrested him Monday. was 57 years of age, and had been a ed by a host of friends in this vicinity. Hartford of Hartford. Friday near Crab Orchard. were present: Misses Ada Farra, Mat- - consumption and other serious lung member o.' the Methodist church for sympathy of the Mr. Will Reazlej-- , of Crab Orchard, tie Elkin, Allie and Bettie Anderson, troubles that follow neglected colds, thirty years. He was a man of noble The family has the Manchester of England. entire community. visited his brother, Dr. W. S. Reaz'.ey lm To dip sheep has been familiar to all attie Reazley, Fan West and Mrs. Stormed Drug Score. character, and belovel by all t:iat Connecticut or Hartford. last Tuesday. or years, but it has only been recently leece Robinson. knew him. He leaves a wife and one Xoith British and Mercantile. that the dipping of cattle has been Mrs. Wm. Browning, of Lexington, PREACHERSVILLE. We said in last issue that Miss Rob son to mourn his loss, but they have Germaa American of New York. heard of. It is time that experiments Mr. and is the guest of her parents, ertson, of Elizabethtown, was visiting the sympathy of this entire commu had been made at the experiment stat Liverpool and London and Globe. Mrs. Jno. Anderson. Farmers are most done breaking for nity. Mrs. Ellen Owsley, but failed to give ion in Texas, but it really was not con corn in th.s neighborhood. I also represent the old reliable Miss Lizzie Reazley has returned also the name of her pretty and accom sidercd seriosly until last summer There are three little things which Mr. J. P. Rallard will move soon to . Crab Orchard after a visit to her plished sister, Miss Lula, who is also when experiments were made at Fort Mrs. Owsley's jruest. These charming the old toll gate house near Lancaster, do more work than any other three brother, Dr. Reazley. New York Life Worth, Tex., under the direction ouug ladies are quite popular and There has been quite a stir raisaa little things created they are the ant, of the Dr. V ctor A. Norgaard, a scientist of C Iv. McGugn, brother-in-latheir presence is being highly enjo; among1 the ooys lor cutting up at the bee and DeWitt's Little Early the lSurern of Animal Industry editor of 'J UK Rkcoud, is quite ill at ed R sers, the last being the famous little by Lancaster's society folks. church. t )ok many years to discover what pn his home in Albany. Ind. pills for stomach and liver troubles. Richard Robinson 'bought a honn Saturday's Courier Journal coutain- luce I the Texas, or splenetic, fevc NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Stormes' Drug Store. lm Mrs. James King and daughter. Miss d in it's society colums a beautiful from Thos. Naylor for 3 . among Northern catile, while at the visiting Misses and striking picture of Miss Altie Bessie, of Burgin, are same time the Texas cattle, which were All parties liavlnjr claims against the assign Will Elmore bonght 8 hogs from II HUBBLE. present the Martha and Sal.ie Titlett. ed estate of W. A.Todd the cause of the introduction of th to me at U'alluceton. Kr..will my attorney. same Marksbury, of this citj, representing C. Cummins at 3c and sold the same to Wm. or fever, were perfectly healthy. As time McC. Johnson, at Lancaster, Ky.. on or before Misses Erly and Florence Burnside her as a leading society liure and i A. J. Thompson for S3 15. Mr. G. A. Svvinebroad has been ab May 1st, lS'Jci. Thii Keb. iirrt. rolled on scientific men made invest! were truests of Miss Mary Rurnside most popular j'oung lady. The pie Dogs killed several sheep for Mr. sent for several days in Madison coun All Wool at Lowest Prices. Assignee W.A.Todd. It ations, until finally the theory of Dr. ture was furnished the C. J. by Miss J. F. Pettus one night last week. last Friday and Saturday. ty, engaged in the cattle trade. But few are judges of good3, and Cooper Cartice of Philadelphia, tha Ida Grant, its local correspondent. Miss Katie White has been very ill the safest way is to buy from a house Uncle Billy Ballard has been grant Mrs. R. Hackley, of Ruena Vista, Miss Grant has been the Courier's cor the tick, common t Sauthern cattle for severaj days, and there is but little xvhn has been verv sick for several respondent KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS for live years from this ed a pension. He drew about S3.J0.00, hopj entertained by her friends of her that never hanlles shoddy. Our goods coming in contact with Nothern cattle bounty and SS.OO per month. is some better today. in large quantities before communicated were bought days, place, there being only one other lady the splenetic fever. recovery. the advance and are marked at aston That fact having been established to Mrs. Vessie Cummins has opened Miss Annie Walter has returned acting as such in the state of Kentucky Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights Miss Emma Johnson commence shing'y low fi j ures, or at small prof the sitisfaetion of tbe Ilurcau of An of Pythias, meets every Thursday subscription school at her house with of several weeks to home after a a subscription school Monday at its to insure sales. Several orders imal Industry, eiFuris to find means to 12 or 15 scholars. uncle, Dr. R. F. Walter. night in Odd bellows hall. All visMARKSBURY. school-housThe opening was have already baen taken. Ask ou eradicate this tick from Southern cat Rev. R. F. Jones has accepted the Bright inviHogan Roberts, of Wash Irs. Mary very flattering for an interesting nu'ueror.s customers of the prices, fits tie, so thai they can be shipped into iting Knights are fraternally G. B. SWIXEBROAD, C. C. ted. Mrs. Tibitha Hughes is quite sick at agency for the Mutual Life Insurance sclipol. ington Court House, Ohio, is the guest and wear. Wanamaker and l!rovn north with impunity.have been made company. y this writing. R. & S. of Mrs. Mary Swope, at and the Riverside Tail Mrs. Wm. W. Bland has gone into Kahn It has been decided now th itdippin J. E. Robinson, K. Mr. John Cress has gone to Rockcas Rev. W. M. Kuykenda'l will fill an the commission business, having re orin? company are arr.on? tne nest Southern cattle in parafli oil, whTch Mr. A. IL Rice and Miss Altie MaJkstie county to buy cattle. Rev. Maho bury attended the Joshua Simpkins appointment at Herring School House ney and wife, of Stanford, spent San ceived her samples today from a Cin' clothing houses in the nation. Supe is a distillation product from crud next Sunday a'ternooa. cianati firm. She will go on the road rior work and satisfaction guaran petroleum, obtained at the refineries, show at Stanford Monday evening. day with F. F. Cumins and wi e. "All after the gasoline and kerosene hav teed before payment isma'e. A. J. Woods bought of E Id Suttcn at once to take orders. Mrs. Hattie Tankersley. of Silver ".Made-t- o hogs at a00 per hundred, of T. I. I will offer for sale in front of the Court been distilled over, will kill the tick teleghone poles are being rap Wool," "Imported" and The Creek, is the guest of her parents, Mr. Herring. 2 at S3. 50 and Reuben Naylor What pleasure is there in life t ith a measure'" mean just what they say. successfully. Dr. Norgaard, in his ad House door in Lancaster, Ky.. and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, Danville 1 headache, constipation and bilious idly located between Stanford and ComDetition 3IOXDAY. 31 ARCH 38, 1S9S. invited in prices and dress at the stock growers' convention at S3 03. avenue. ness? Thousands experience them this place, and by the time this item M. D. Hughes, Agent. held at Denver last week, said that the my farm on Dix River, about 1J4 miles from Miss Annie Perkins visited friends who could become perfectly healthy goes to press we will be in talking quality. Joel Walfcei bridge. Will sell Tu acres with Miss Susie and Don Parks who have effects with this oil on the cattle were privilege of adding "0 more if I vo desire. Said Point Lea veil, Saturday and Sun distance with the former. Incomparable Service. Jies in one boundary, fenced and been visiting their parent, Mr. and day. Mr. Eb Dickerson, of Buckeye by using DeWitt's Little Early Risers, less severe than those observed in the land otwater. tasy lerms. well Wm. T. Blackerby, who has been in The Queen & Crescent trains are the experiment with other oil. He also plenty "J3, JERRY P, BLAND. Mrs. J. R. Parks, returned Monday to was calling in this vicinity Sunday the famous little pills. Stormes' Drug Jan. 23, Arizonia, Kansas and Texas, for the finest trains run in the State of Ken lm Williamsburg where they attend col afternoon. Messrs. Chas. Rurdett and Store. last two years seeking for a gold mine, tucky. Four daily trainsto Cincinnati added that it is the intention of the lege. Wm. Marsee made a flying visit to returned home the latter part of last connect with the main highways of the Department of Agriculture to resume BRYANTSVILLE. the experiments this coming spring, as Miss Kate week, bringing with him a large col Great Trunk Lines of the North, Wes Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pollard, daughter Louisville last week. FIRE anl LIFEINSURAN C E soon as it is possible to obtain ticky lection of specimens of animal, vegi and East. This is the line (De'nyed Letter.) and son, of Dinville, were called here Moore began a select school of three cattle at either of the two dipping Academy Monday Friday to the burial of their nephew, months at Rice Mrs. Josh Dunn has been sick for tation and mineral, which he has been lence to Washington, New York, Bos stations, now at the disposal of the SPRINGFIELD March 7th. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bur J. Naylor. some time at her home in the "Bend." exhibiting to the young people, an ton an 1 the East. government, and every effort will be dett and little daughter, Elgie and old ones too, greatly to tlijir amuse The Queen & Crescent connects with made to do away with the slightly FIRE AUD MARIN E Mit Elliott has been visiting his ment. Mr. T. W. Reid has been confined to Kathrine spent Sunday with Mr. and every line out of Cincinnati. brother, Dr. Mac Elliott, in our vilobjectionable features that still rehis room for a few days but we are Mrs. T. D. Chestnut in Rovle. INSURANCE COMPANY. James Iloltzclaw, who has been vis S. T. Swift, P. & T. A., Lexington lage. Miss Irene Bourne and brother, glad to note, is back at his post in G. main. 'Ihis is a question in which After appropriate services by Rev. iting his brother Frank for the past Sulphur Well, have been visiting S. Gaines' store. millions of dollars are involved, from EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO XV. M. Kuykendall, Davistown School. the remains of Mr. of two months will leave Friday mora Miss Nellie Bourne. CoL W. S. Fergurson, is out from Rollie Chestnut, e.dest son of Mr. T. their cousin. OF NEW YORK. Our public school closed Feb. 19th the fact that if science can devise ways ing for his home at Balckow, Mo. Mr. and means by which Southern cattle Jeff Dunn bought a lot of corn from Covington this week He regrets miss D. Chesnut were laid to rest in the and Mrs. Price Sutton, of McCreary 1S98. For two years the school has can be dipped successfully they can Mrs. Sallie Fox at 1.75 per barrel in ing the jokas worked o.T on him by cemetery at the Fork Saturday after Robinson & Hamilton were here Sunday visiting Mrs Sa been under the tutorship of C. F. An then be shipped North any month in shows. noon. He united with the Fork church the crib. the recent home-talemantha Alexander, the mother of the derson and Miss a Is ivincaid, assis the year, and the stock raisers and Office over rost umce. about five months previous to his death Mr. Haley, of Somerset, has been in latter also Miss Bettie Alexander was tant. This scholastic year the dis farmers in the Northern States will be :: : Mrs. Ellen Bradley Mayes, sister of and lived in the enjoyment of the Kentvckt. Lancaster, with stockers and feeders at s this neighborhood buying some raied S132.71 which was expended supplied with home folks Sundiy. Miss Nel trict comparatively moderate prices. Science Governor Rradley, was here recently Christian hope until God called him calves. He was the guest of Tom lie Dillon and Mr. Wm. Mattingly mostly on the new building. In honor has done much in the past to promote home. to visit herdaughtar, Mrs. Waite, at extend The mends in this community their sympathy to the bereaved Adams. were the guests of Miss Sallie Mc of our teacher, the pupils read resolu the cattle industry, and there is no be done more can family. tions at the closing of the school ask reason why same line. notKansas City The hemp around here has nearly all Smith Sunday. ing the trustees to name the buildin; Times. the been broken out, the yield is about After years of untold suffering from Don't annoy others by your cough 'for the teacher. List week the board h ilf what it was last year. piles, R. W. Pursell of Knitnersville in a meeting adopted the resolutions Sam Ilasslden left Monday for your ing, and rik your life by neglecting ., was cured by using a single box Understood. cold One minute Cough cure cures and the building in the future will be Not of Da Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Skin city to engage in business with his coughs, c lds, croup, grippe and all known as the "Anderson School btormes diseases such as eczema, rash, pimples brother, Raymond. We wish you suc- thro t and lun troubles. House." The entire cost will be near Drug S.ore. lm and ab?tinate sores are readily cured cess, Sam. A fact often overlooked, or not ally S430. Hoping that this may b ways understood, is that women suffer L A. S. of Pleasant Grove by this famous remedy. The Stormes' The Blue Grass Nurseries offer some interest to the readers of The a9 much from distressing kidney and Drug Store. STONE. church, met last Saturday afternoon lm Recrkd and inspiring to the youn bladder troubles as the men. The everything for Orchard, Garden womb is situated back of and very close Resfectfully, Miss Willie Duncan began a select teacher. any and Lawn. No Agents. J. H. Embry, O. Garnett and A. Floyd, to the bladder, and for that reasonmanMonday. school at Scott's Fork last distress, disease or inconvenience Trustees. Strawberries and general nursery ifested in the kidneys, back, bladder T. L. Saunders bought of King Ten passage is often, by mistake, Publishing a newspapers is not that or urinary to female weakness or womb Catalogues on application to pie a bunch of nice shoats at 83.1 attributed Call at my store and we will ex per hundred. cloomv. cheerless avocation wh!ch trouble of some sort. W. F. HILXENMEYER, some people imagine; because, it mat plain how to A good many plant beds have been The error is easily made and may be Lexington, Ky. how delected we may be, oe as easily avoided by setting urine aside sown in this section, anl the farmers ters not hours ; a sediment or Telephone, 279. Get One of these Boasters Free are preparing to put in a very largi sionally some benevolent individual for twenty-fou- r sends a ray of sunshine across the edi settling is evidence that your kidneys acreage of tobacco this year. and bladder need doctoring. If you is teach torial pathway that shines and glitters have pain or dull aching in the back, now have on hand Miss Lizzie Tomlinson, who I Market Quotation. like a white cat in a coal pit. For in pass water too frequently, or scanty ing a flourishing school at Pleasant Corrected weekly by H. B. North-cot- t. stance, the editor of the Falcon has supply, with smarting or burning, in Bolt. Hill, spent from Friday afternoon un tie Best been suffering from a very severe cold these are also convincing proofs of til Sunday with Miss Eliza Lusk. 7c. during the past week and at the very kidney trouble. If you have doctored Eggs JGDON'S BREAD DAILY. try Dr. 5to5Hc without time he was sadly ruminating over the Swamp-Roo- t, benefit, great kidney Kilmer Chickens Lower than Kver, Prices 5c remedy. Hens the 3 to 3JiC CCEST Tailor made suits at $12.50 to $20 affictions that fall on the just as well The mild and the extraordinary effect Yonng Roosters 2c as the unjust, he received a proposit will surprise you. It stands the high- Old Roosters Satisfaction or no pay. You have paid CANDIES 6J to 7c est for its wonderful cures. If you Turkeys suits that were not ion from a marble dealer, offering $12 for rjady-mad- e 5 to Sl$c take a medicine you should take the Old Gobblers THE CITY as trood as Wanamaker and Brown1 tombstone in payment for advertising. best. At druggists fifty cents and one Ducks 5 to 5c suits at 89, and their suits at 8 J. 53 and Well, ere long we hope to be able to dollar. Geese $3.00 to fl.OO per doz. 811.50 are equal to other 315 suits, be go and reason with that heathen wh 6 to 7c A. &B. Boquet and Proctor Knott You may have sample bottle and Hides, Green and beautiful in design i) adding to the gayety of the nation pamplet both senta free by mail, upon' Butter...'.... inir 10c Cigars. Best m the market. and finish. The suits at 813.50 and 815 by of three two-cestamps to Feathers, fine white geese 23 to 30c trying to sell tombstones to sick receipt usually sell for 813 and $!0, and their " 25 to 27c gray " cover cost of postage on the bottle handle only the Best Goods We 'V Marion Falcon. u it is the same of quality, suit people. 820 20 to 24c Mention Tiik Central Record and Duck feathers and strive to please. suits usually selling for 83. A com & Co. Rags 15 to 20c per hundred. Dynpep- - fnd your address to Dr. Kilmer parison of goods will prove that you 111 amaNUBIAN TEA cares '. N. Y. The proprietors of Iron 8 to 15c will Rfivn utmn dollars v crivinir mt 1 lumvi sU, Constipation and Indi Binghamton, paper guarantee tne genuiness 01 Bones 20 to 25c geslion. Kegulatcs the Liver. Price, 25 cts. J offe Calves, veal M. D. Hughes, Agent. $20 to $5.50 per head, PERSONAL. Mr. Taomas Austin has been called to the bedside of his daughter. Miss ll.-ig- Herod Ray has in her posses sion a chicken trough made by tier father from a sand stone rock CO years go, 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 espi ed two coons up a tree lying side by side, fast asleep, both in the same po sition. 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 fashioned muzzle loading kind, took aim at the other slept coon which had in the mean-tim- e quietly on, not the least disturbed in the first killing, nor in the preparation 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 sub- ect the man said he had evidence to prove the trutntulness or tins story. Your correspondent has posession of one of the coon hides which will make a handsome rug. mad. Mrs. ille, returned home Saturday aud is going to the Narmal school at Rryantsv.lle. Messrs Ernest and F. W. Montgon- ery delivered about 3,.i 0 of hemp at Nicholasville this week. Rev. Kylf, of Jessamine, will preach t this place fcunduy. Mrs. W. D. Scott is sick at this wri ting. Three more Virginia boys came in Saturday in search of 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. lb-,- , holy recollections cluster as that Mother she who watcnea over our helpless infancy and guid- our first tottering step. Yet he life of every Expectant Moth er is beset with danger and all ef fort should be made to avoid it. so assists nature in the change taking place that the Expectant s Mend dread, suffering or gloomy forebodings, to the hour when she experiences the joy of Motherhood. Its use insures satety to tne lives of both Mother and Child, and she is found stronger after than before confinement in short, it "makes Childbirth natural and easy, as Don't be so many have said. the most dis persuaded to use anything out Mother is enarward without bled to look fo- Is the b?- -. forFcasfsTmnMes. Corrects all In Kei:ia!efrirans. fliouldbo t:ik;:i for Chauj; e! Life and before riss'ers "HA Tins" Centres have stood the test for twenty years. 3fitl?only Iy llf 'V Ppencpr Medicine Co., Chat- taliooa. 1 o:ice3M:e. lrrcu!arUlts or sale by IL E Mcliobert?, Lancaster HEW LIVERY. MOTHER'S FRIEND I Very Best Rigs bot-M- Insurance Agency 357,000,000 step-fathe- r, Insurance COMPANY. Wamamaker Brown' Clothing Rftous vi-.i- t McC.-ear- 1 FAM FOR SALE. par-exc- hgm first-clas- SPIN 6 1898. Always ' Trees. Plants, Vines. Prepare for Cyclones! By Insuring your Houses. Mil Ms Insure your Hemp! And Take No Risk of Loss. IN We write these Policies R. KI1NNAIRD, V all-wo- H. M. BALLOU uenerai insurance, JUancastepKR.y.'mrorler- im. TALMAGE'S SEiniON. TRUST IS CHARGED. Jesus of my song; Jesus of my tri- moment having their eyes closed ami THE LLGISLATUHE. face to their limbs stretched out for the umph forever and forever A Sensational Suit Filed in the United - l..s..eil IS? llir S. eralliii)i. I:in face.' States Court. A general expecting an attack from The idea of the text is just as true Day All of Life's Sorrows Will Some A awitr ::T. V..i:i h !. ru.K when applied to God's providence. the enemy stands on a hill and looks (Commercial Tribune ) ap- im Tii'ji:i ilium calku up ilu ii" Ee Explained. ni Who has not come to some i a.s in life through a field glass, and sees, in the. i lie in .i mliit liy )iil'ri:iiit ' An unusual su":t at law, in that distance, multitudes appnr.ieit-ingliku Hie .eiriliiillle at You say, ifreat un r in !.- iv thoroughly inexplicable? is Ken but has no idea of the lumbers, ac.ion will sought under the antitaust u- t: ii i. i. mil 1. - ii? I he n.i Ami the Sv:onr or aim Will Toll U.An We "What does this mean? What is God b.' brought this morning bv laws, a Mile u( "i In.! uun i id Ar4 All Ctlhereit Aroiiml I lie 1 drone, do with me now? He tells lie say.s: "I can not tell anything Ahay & Cogan for Jerome M. Lottoti & tut l.y. un going to the law lull t The (.: lie Only C'li:i?tenel ISecautc lltat me that all things work together for about them. I merely know that tlurj Co.," in the U.iited States Court. It t!:e s aie ihal the t'ovetnor ma; lie l.tivect I'.s. Hmo'U-i-KeainvKj's war good. This does not look like it." You are a great number." And so John, grows out ot ttie recent trouble-- at the eir.liaiy ..n to count, says: Stoc'.yarJs, It. was announced sonu ela.i'! a. sni I i!h- t.ni. u Slate- smeiium-ntOut plan is a new application of an old principle, and is based up to study the dispensation, without attempting Dr. T:tlin:i's text Sunday :is: 1. continue - Tno Mas "i: n:i"A great multitude that no man call days a o that Cotton vt Co. would s;ek whm and after awhile guess about what God li'ji-on tlin actual experience of successful life insurance companies, cover through lull ii iiuii in;; all iailiii.nl in Cor. xiii., 12: "For now wo relief in the courts and the petition to means. "He means to teach me this. number." Tlift ny hiiM-'- s liisfiwi" tt.i. govern both, onl- ya tfhiss, darkly; lut then fact ti face." 1 think-- he means to leach me that. We are told that Heaven is a place of be filed this morning is in accordance ul llie ing a period of over 200 years. The same principles with that announcement. The defend- lifti e lull iim ti.lm In! i iiiiitilhly lei "mmd- Tin- l.iblo is the most forcible and I !. The lull i.as it is to humble my i ride. Per- happiness, but what do we know about ants named in the petition are the fol- i. nai-- ly ii rhaps WE pay while you LIVE. of Hie state pun rc nt of books. While it has the haps it is to make me feel more de- happiness? Happiness in this world is llie iii ialiiii: ii. lowing live stock comul re' in in an. llil'iy iho tier capita of e I thin;; a lluw.ry Mveetuoss of a mother's hush for hu- pendent. Perhaps it is to teach me the only a THEY pay when you DIE. mission firms: W. P. Crawford & Co.. the milKl'i' :.l vens, 25: nay. I. law: ui Hit: hill to reilure man trouble, it has all the keenness of uncertainty of life." liutaftcr all, itis path with a serpent hissing ncros W. 11 ifoshal fc Co., Greene, Embrp fc 'the rn He i.iKe WE offer the INVESTMENT features. a scimctcr. and the crusliinjr lower of oulj- - a guess a looking through the it; a broken pitcher, from which the Co., Huddlcston, Hubbard & Co., J. F av.'li"" l'en:iiila in aud Uiu-- . Utliiil it. mail mei nils a lightning bolL Jt portrays with glass, darkly. The Jtible assures us water has dropped before we could Sadler it Co., U. Dater.tCo., Paben- lla" lull lo THEY protect in case of DEATH. in work ro.uN and drink-it- ; more than a painter's power, at one there shall be a satisfactory unfed a thrill of exhileration, fol stein, Harris it Co., and Lonp West from tini.luyiiig their to Work out ther taxes a Hie. & Co. Others are referred to whose alhiu in:' cuii-iheavenly throne stroke picturing a With them, death is the moving factor, causing the payment of the "What I do thou knowest not lowed bv disastrous reactions. To help names are unknown at present. T icse vends Mas i.isscit. The now; un lerstand the joy of Heaven the and a judgment conllajjration. llm;si: lliits i:.issinlr IVin i.Hn for the but thou shalt know hereaft r." policy; with us, a definite and fixed mathematical rule, in lieu of death,'. strings of this jjreat harp are tinkered You shall know why God took to him- I'.ible takes us to a river. We stand on firms aro charged in the petition with .ii of die piilu-eniiiinissumcrs ot unlawfuly organized a tt lclh vue ami IMvtuii h ih- - i irciut jiule. by all the splendors of the future, self that only child. Next door there the grassv bank. We see the waters having they have agreed to pool list by wnieh their lus:e..it n l. Hie mayors of Uio-- e elliis; lo re- matures the policy. now sounding' with the crackle was a household of seven children. How on with ceaseless wave. Hut thu earnings and keeD up prices on stock, peal i he u the saleol liijnortn of consuming world's, now thrill- Why not take one from that grouo, in- filth of the cities is emptied into it; and an l by which they have refused to iiuaii'ity than Hi Ka'.k'lis m Morran eoiuily; ing with the joy of the ever- stead of your only one? Why single the banks are torn; and unhealthy ex- fell to any person buying stock of the sialules. section 2.ri Kentu.-kthai an sumi as a minor which pri lasting emancipated. It tells how one out the dwelling in which there was halations sprint; up from it; and we plaintiffs. They figure on so many men out of a thousand dying we figure ISllls woman uniri ie iier .uaidiaiisliip ceasein the garden blasted only one Life to get forbidden tree Cotton it Co. ask that the defendants heart beating responsive to failHeaven. an idea of the lliver of ot vouu-tlcounty on so many policies, They kill the man we kill the policy. in the earth with sickness and death, named be retained from further inter- ilere.ue:: Auihi.ii'.iuu Why did God give you cilies In appoint There is no reason why a man should die to reap the hen- We get very imperfect ideas of the fering with their business, and ask for Urn ript and how another tree, though leafless a child at all, if He meant to pioi iilin it. il th railroad and bare, yet planted on Calvary, shall take it away? Why fill the cup reunions of Heaven. We think of some- the dissolution of the trust. Thev also iiiiuiiiissioiici- - should asses il.e Ir.mche iit of his investment. andamages in the sum of $2.",000 iu as well as llie ian:;i'jlo pronerty of all isk for yield a fruit which shall more than of you gladness brimming, if He meant festal day on earth, when father and and We return an average of $2.30 for every- - dollar paid us, and yet we tidote the poison of the other. It tells to dash it down? Why allow: all the mother were yet living, and the child- are such other equity as in law they entitled to. e HOUSE of God's tendrils of your heart to w ind around ren came home. clusters THE A good time that! as great as has been assumed assume an obligation less than one-thihow the The petition which wrath was brought to the wine press, that object, and then, whenev. ry fiber Hut it had this drawback all were morning is a lengthywill be file,d this I'ass tin: Iti.lic 1'iilire CnmiiiNsion Kill and paid for years by the leading life insurance companies of America. sets one, and nnil .lesus trod them out, and how, at of your life seemed to be interlocked not there. brother went off to iorth in full all the complaints of CotThat -;- ov. radlc'' Vctoc-.last all the golden chalices of Heaven with the child's life, with strong hand sea. and never was neard irom. J nau ton it Co. It is u.iargcd that the deK'y., I'ltAXKKuI.r, March 0. The bhall glow with the wine of that awful to tear you apart, dntilyou fall, bleed- sistei did we not lav her awav in the fendants have unlaw fully and malic- house Tui s 'a moriiin ' pasied the vintage. It dazzles the eye with an ing and crushed, your dwelling deso- freshness of her young life, never iously conspired against the p'.aintilis police eiiinmi.s ion bill, introduced by Only about twenty (20) per cent, of the people are insurable. Only to boycott them, thereby greatly damKzekiel's vision of wheel, and wing, late, your hopes blasted, your heart more in this world to look upon her? Mr. Itiidmp, of Newport. It provides whirlwind, ami stoops broken? Do you suppose that Go.l will aging their business, as well as t le in- that in counties where there are three the sound and healthy, who least need it's advantages, can obtain Ah! there was a skeleton at the feast; anil lire, and terests of those people who consign cities which grade above the lifth life insurance. Why should there not be a means provided whereby down to low that it can put its lips to explain that? Yea. He will make it and tears mingled with our laiight-the ear of a dying child, and say, plainer than any mathematical pro- on that Christmas day. Not so with stock to them. It is further charged class, the circuit judge Miall appoint twe ofh r eighty (So) per cent, of the population can carry an invest that the defendants have threatened a i olice commission of live members, Come up higher.' blemas plain as that two an I two Heaven's reunions. It will be an u in this the pork packers and And yet Paul in my text, takes the make four. In the light of the throne gladness. Many a Christ- market with boycott if buyerspersisted of whom not more than three shall be- ment the same as the favored few who can get life insurance? Our mis responsibility of saying that it is only you will see that it was right all right. mas parent will look aroun an J find in making purchases ofttiey Cotton & Co., long to th sain elas?, and shall be ap- - sion is to open the door to the entire population to enjoy tne same or says, an indistinct mirror, and that its "Just anil true are all Thy ways, Thou all his children til 're. "A !" heare all and thus succeeding in depriving the ointctl for live years. J lie conimis-isio- n greater benefits for an equal or less expenditure, considering the ad shall be suspended. 1 think there Iving of saints!"" "can it be possible that we plaintiffs of many sales. The petition shall have anr.ointmcnt arid con be one J'ible in Heaven fastened perils over? may flu Jor- further declares that the defendants trol of notice, fix their .salaries, rank vantage to be derived, and that those advantages may be enjoyed during Here is a man who can not get on in here life's .lust as now, in a to the throne. dan passed and not one wanting? Why have agreed to divide their profits and file, and their salaries, life by the one making the investment. buy at muesum. we have a lamp exhumed the world. He always seemss to at the even the prodigal is here. 1 almost jointly, ther by attempting to ereate tiov. Prallev's stack of vetoes 11 the wrong time, and to from Ilereulaneum and Nineveh, and worst disadvantage. He tries this en- gave him up. I low long he despised an exclusive monodoly of the business crow in r. Amonjr the large number of in this market, to . SUCCESS. we look at it with great interest and terprise and fails; that business and is my counsels! but grace has triumphed. drive the plaiutiffskeep upofprices and other bills that are to be hit with the business, out fcay, "How poor a light it must have to AH here! all here! Tell the mighty 'i he petitions claim that this is the veto ax aro the dental bill, which man next door given compared with our modern disappointed. The trade, but he lacks joy through the city. Let the bells only court to whieh thev can appeal placed in the hands of the Kentucky That our plan is popular and based upon sound business princi- him has a lamps:" So I think that this ISiblo, customers. lucrative His ring, and the angels mention it in for relief, and set forth that unless Dental association the licensing of all pies, is evidenced by our large and increasing membership, as shown New prospect opens. Wave it from the top of such help is gaated, their large invest- dentist.s; the bill to compel the which was a lamp to our feet in this d Jut that year his their song. is ment of capital will be wasted and world, may lie near tlw throne of Clod, income areincreased. his profits are ex- the walls. All here!-- ' Press to sell its ucwa service to by our remarkable 'Exhibit of Growth, See literature. .sick, and family lost, and they will be compelled to nil r.aper.s applying for it. and Senator exciting our interest to all eternity by We court the clysest scrutiny and most thoroug investigation. No pended in trying to cure his ailments. quit business. the contrast letween its comparative11 oe bet's bill exempting stockholder: I incomes While this is not the first suit brught in newsj aper from the "double liabil- statement made that cannot be verified by actual results. illumination of He gets a discouraged look, ly feeble light and the exsuccess, ltegins to under the antit ust law, it is the first Heaven. The I'.ible now is the scaf- faithless as to wait for someof its nature in this eourt, and its out- ity" statute. folding of the rising temple, but when pect disasters. Othershe waits for it I FARM AND STOCK NOTES. come will be watched w ith the greatthing to turn up; PARLIAMENTARY SKIRMISH the building is done, there will be no to turn down. Others, with only est interest, not only by the parties The endorsement given ttiis Company by the investment of bankers, law use for the scalfoi.iing. Over directly interested, including the pack- In tin: Kc:;tuc'y llmise 11111. tho China yers, half as much education and charis, ol merchants, ministers, doctors, railroad men, mechanics in fact, men of The idea I shall develop large. and buyers' acter, iret on twiec as well. He some County attorney, Letcher Owsley, erslheproj.-c- t tobut the public at stockFi:a:kkoi:t, Kv.. March 9. In the burliness sagaeity in every vocation of life is an evidence of the soundness of that in this world our knowledge is times gue.s.s as to what it all build a uew sold to S. Morgan, 21), 103 lb. shoats at yards will not be affected by the suit Kentucky house Tuesday Nelson unsatisfactory, comparatively dim and our system. He savs, "Perhans riches will means. cents. of Cotton it Co., acconhnj to Mr. rorted that half of the conference but nevertheless is introductory to spoil me. Perhaps poverty is necessary 3 ander, of the A. Sander Pack- cimmitUe suposid to favor the ACTVAI, RESULTS, AND OPINIONS OF SOJJB OF OUR CER grander and more complete vision. to keel) me humble. Perhaps 1 might, T. S. Elkin bought some 150 lb. hogs ing Company, who has come to be rec- (. i "nn school bo k bill wa.s unable to This is eminently true in regard to if things were otherwise, be tempted TIFICATE HOLDERS. c. and some ognized as the leader in the movement. ; a meeting with the other half of our view of Go.l. We hear so much into dissipation." Uul there is no com from S. Morgan at 3 No stens were taken in the matter- Rev. J. V. Rii.ev, of Mortonsville, Ky., says: "I have had an investment v. committee. about I'od that we conclude that we plete solution of the mystery. He sees from Joe Arnold at same price. yesterday, because of its being a holi the understand Him. He is represented through a glass darkly, and urn t wait Logan and Allen, ol Lincoln, passed day. It had been forgotten ior the C tome one fmoved advocates of the in the Southern Mutual Investment Co., of Lexiugton, Ky., for more than thrct to appoint .' u bill then as having the tenderness of a father, for a higher unfolding. years. I have had 2.5 couoons to mature by redemption, whien cost ma les W ill there be through Richmond court moment when arrangments were made curoute to " a judge, the majesty of nferer.ee ccinmittee, but, look- than S500.0J, and returned to me $1,410,00." the firmness of an explanation? Yes; Go.l will take with a bunch of Co cattle for that for a committee to v.sit the several ti upciat the chair, they saw that llas- a king an i the love of a mother. We date sites under consideration but the Lexixotox, Kv., September 10, 1S97. that man in the light of the throne and market was afterward changed to toaa3" by w an opponent of their mea.sitre, To whom it man concern. hear about Him, talk about Him, write say, "Child immortal, hoar the expla every telephone. It is claimed ubout Him. We lisp His name in in- nation! When setting out young trees, if the p icking house in the city that prom- wrs y residing and would appoint the This is to certify, that my husband, W. F. White, about three years ago, inYm remember the failing of , on the tongue has w committee; hence there fancy, and it tremble-great enterprise your misfortune ground is poor and the subsoil com- ised to go into the new combination w rng sort of a do but to temporarily vested in the Southern Mutual Investment Co. Since that time there have j nothing to of the dying octogenarian. We think that least Kyans. in lb(i? tins is been 20 coupons to mature, on whicli the Company has paid his estate S1,(V21.90, that we know very much about Him. in lS.x; vour disaster And you will an pact, it will pay to dig it out at fill in except the Ilawsons' and thethe sup- voce down the motion. In addition, they will hive the explanation." Thesj coupons cost his estate less than c00,00 to mature them. I am pleased, two or three spade deep and Take the attribute of mercy. Smallpox at Coal l'oint. port of the beef butchers, some of the swer, "It is all right,' with good soil. When this is dene The ISible blossoms all over with that n.i:r.out:vn.i.i:, Ky., March 9. Dr with the investment he made, and am still carrying 01 coupons in the Company see, every day, pro'ound mysteries once it is done for ever, and an occa- largest of whom will probably have a I word mercy. It speaks again and Mauy R White. financial interest. A real estate firm T of Coal Point, six miles from again of the tender mercies of God; of of Providence. There is no quest on sional top dressing is all It wUl need has secure.l the refusal of a number of th t, i lace, came to town Tuesday A Smith Browman, Mgr. we ask oftcner than C Hemphill, Agt., ny? 1 liere are J. pieces of propi rty in the Milk-reethe sure mercies; of the great mercies; nkorning to consult the health board while you live. Hottoms, and it is these various sites of the mercy that endureth forever; of hundreds of graves in O.ik Hill and No. 11 Cheapside, Lancaster, in regard to a o "I have travclel North, South, East, that the committee will visit today, of Knox countv has developed case His mercies. And yet Greenwood and Laurel Hill that need the multitude of smallpox which there Lexington, Ky. Kentucky J know that the views we have of this not be exnlained. Hospitals for the and West for cattle," said a leading it is understood the desire is to lease The person who has the smallpox came great lteing are most indefinite, one- blind and lame, asylums for the idiotic trader to the Glasgow Times, "and I tiie propertp selectee for a long Itterra, f om Jellico, Tenn., about two weeks has with privilege of purehase. destisided, and incomplete. When, at death, and insane, almshouses for the tell you they are not in the county, been estimated that a stockyards of ago. Dr. Catron, of the board, went to open, and tute, and a world of pain and misfor and not cyen money can find them, sampte proportions to accomidate taA.e charge of the case. ily the gates shall 3Iarkt I?iort. you Are Going North, tune that demand more than human upon directly look shall we can be built for a sum Taken from the Louisvillo Times of solution. Ah! God will clear it all up. Even the calves are bought up and at those interested and that no trouble OM Feud Loads to a Cutting. Him, how new and surprising! Wednesday atternoon: My prediction is under c."i0,000 be exp rienced in raisIiEiiFor.it, Ky., March 9. A feud o We see upon canvas a ricture of the In the light that pours from the thione big prices at that. whatever will You Are Going South, WHEAT Xo. 2 red and lonylxorry fl; 10 years' standing between the Carbon morning. We stjdy the cloud in the no dark mystery can live. Things that cattie will go skyhigh in the next ing that amount. XoSred and lonRberry 9Sc; rejected 2;c The 01113 question that at all con- and llacknev families broke out afresh sky, the dew upon the grass and the now utterly inscrutable will be illumin year or two, and I would not be surless; on levee lc less. You Are Going were prised to see the present prices on the cerns the p.omoters is iiat of getting near here, and as a result James am husbandman on the way to the field. ed plainly as though the answer COKX Xo. 2 white Wc; No. 3 mixed so.'c CATTLE Extra shipping Heautiful picture of the morning! Hut written on the jasper wall, or sounded Louisville market double in the next stock sent to the new yaads. They George Carson were, perhaps, fatally j:50 4 Hartiraeus in the temple anthem. You Are Going West; Lisht shipping have every confidence that they can cut, and Kd and Elliott Hackney, whom we rise at daybreak ami go up on a country is on quickly erect the yards, get plenty of 50 will thank God that he was blind; and six months. The whole they had waylaid, were seriously llest Butchers 4 4o hill to see for ourselves that which Lazarus that he was covered with the verge of a beef famine, and it will good comm'ssion firms and handle the v.ouudcd. The Hackney boys came to PURCHASC TICKCTS VIA THC Fair to good butchers us. While we look 3 c3 15 was represented to be on the publie before a great many stock at about half the charges made town Mondav and surrendered. and Joseph Common to medium butchers Judge 3 toje. 305 the mountains are transfigured. The sores; the pit; s.nd that he was cast many know it. at the Union Yards. The only thing Lee released them on S100 bond each, Thin, rough steers, poor cows and Daniel that he burnished gates of Heaven swing open into left is to get hold of the stock in the scalaiva" . llVjl 2 2.. and shut to let past a host of fiery splen- denued with lions; and Paul that he Secretary Wilson, of the United country, and thi?, it is believ.nl, would 1'opiilists to Meet in Louisville. Good to extra oxen .f 390 dors. The clouds are abloom and hang was humpbacked; and David that he States Department of Agriculture, has be only a matter of time. Hie promo, Louisviu-KKy., March 9. A call Common to medium oxen. was driven from Jerusalem; and that .3 ters disclaim any intention of Jaiding has been issued for a state convention pendent from arbors of alabaster and Feeders .3 sewing woman that she could get only received information of the proposed the Union Yards. 2 amethyst. The waters make a pathof the populist party to be held here Stockers manu. 3 7S 25 way of inlaid pearl for thj light to a few pence for making a garment; establishment of twenty new Balls on March 10, when the party organiza . 2 "i 3 40 he walk upon, and there is morning on and that invalid that for 20 years pil- factories of beet sugar in the United PfaMf AYC CUBAN OIL cure; tion will be perfected on distinct popu Louisville a Nashville R. R. Veal calves . 5i' 550 could not lift his head from the States. These new manufactories will riUHlvl 3 Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Eheu the sea. MILCH list lines. One of the requirements of .35 00 to The crags uncover their scarred vis- low; and that widow that she had represent an investment of S10,003,000 inatism and Sores. Price, 25 centE delegates will be to show a straight Fair to good AND SO SCCURB .15 age, and there is morning among the such hard work to enrn bread for her and a fraction more Capitalists have HOGS Choice packing and butch record. You know that in a song mountains. Now you go home, and children. been greatly encouraged by the Govers. 225 to 300 lbs The Maximum 3 yoi 3 ,y Safety, Suspected of Causing Hi Wife's Death. how tame your picture of the moruiug different voices carry different parts. ernment in this new industry, and the Fair to good packing, 10 to 200 lbs.. OOffl CO I)i:ti:oit, March 9. Mrs. Anna Perry The sweet and overwhelming part of in contrast! Greater than that Good to extra light. 1C0 results of the work of the Agriculaged HO, was burned to death Tuesday The Maximum Speed, Fat shoats. 120 to 150 lbsto lbs.... 3 At, 3 00 shall be the contrast between this the hallelujah of Heaven will not be tv in the back yard of her home. A poScriptural view of God and that which carried by those who rode in high tural Department's experiments and Fat shoats, 100 to 120 lbs 3 i"a 3 liceman found the woman in the vard rigsCOtoOOlbs we shall have when standing face to places, and jjavc sumptuous entertain- labors are beginning to bear good The Maximum 2 503 Comfort, Roughs 130 to 1C0 clad only in her night clothes, which lbs face. This is a picture of the morning, ments, but pauper chilJrcn will sing it, fruit. The United States bids fair to 3 05 BATTLE-SHI- P. beggars will sing it, redeemed hod car- become the leading producing covntry were food for fire. She died before tie SH EEP and LAMBS Good to ex that will be the morning itself. The Minimum Rates. riers will sing it, those who were once of beet sugar. could extinguish the llames. Her hair tra shipping sheep 350 3 75 Again: My text is trus of the For the launching of the Battle-shiFair to good was burned off and the flesh roasted ... 3 Saviour's excellency. Hy image and the offscouringof earth will sing it. The Common to medium Vice Director Glazier of the Oklaho. "Kentucky" at Newport News, Va., and peeled from tier knees upward ... 2 0U15 2 5n rhythm of expression and start- hallelujah will be all the grander for sweet Hates, Time and all other information will Bncks ... 2 7554 3 Pii ling antithesis Christ is set forth His earth's weeping eyes, anl aching ma Experiment Station stys: As to the Chesapeake and Oaio Hail way will George M. Perry, her husband, has be cheerfully furnished by Skips ami senliawaes. ner head 00 love, His compassion. His work, His heads, and exhausted hands, and time and manner of grape pruning, make the following low round tr"p b'.in arrested. He says he thought his Extra shipping lambs." 50 C. P. ATMORE, a. P. A. . scourged backs, and martyed agonies. there is no little discussion among arose early to start the kitchen wife jest uuiuuer iambs ... ..... life. His death, His resurrection. We rates from ro'nts named: 4 25f 4 75 Fair to EOOd butcher Limlw Or by fire, but there are no evidences of he 7.VX 4 25 LOUISVILIX. KY. Again: the thought of the text is arc challenged to measure it, to comWe think there should be 11111 enus From Lexington $12.00 250j9 300 having attempted it. The kerosene pute it, to weigh it. In the hour of just when applied to the enjoyments a departure from the old beaten paths " Winchester, 12.00 can was missing and there were drip I think we mount up of the righteous in Heaven. our broken enthrallment " Jit. Sterling 12 00 of our northern neighbors. Ia this pings of oil down the back stairs. ' into high experience of his love, and we have but little idea of the number 12.C0 Paris BLICKENSOERFER " Frankfort shout until the countenance glows and of the righteous in Heaven. Infidels latitude we can safely prune our vines 12.75 Th o Laborer Killed. fall, without fear of the win" Richmond the blood bounds and the whole na- say, "Your Heaven will be a very in carty 12.25 New York, March 9. Two Italian 13.00 Lancaster ture is- exhilarated. "I have found small place compared with the world ter destroying our remaining canes. laborers were instantly killed and two " Stanford 13.2" Him!"' And yet it is through a glass, of the lost; for, according to your The objector urges that the fall pruned dirt cart badlv hurt bv a two-toof men will be vines will force their buds out earlier and darkly. We sec not half of that com- teaching, the majority correspondingly low rates from which fell upon them Tuesday while I deny the charge. I in the spring than vines pruned, say in all passionate face. We feel not half the destro3ed." thev were at work on the now East other Ceatr.il Kentucky points. of the multitude warmth of that loving heart We suppose that river bridge. The dead men were Jos. We are quite sure that this compared February. lost, as for death to let us rush into His the finally wait Dnimel and Doniiniek Dottore. The Reduced Hotel is misleading, as' evidenced by outspread arms. Then we shall be with the multitude of the finally saved, injured arc Michael lloanaco and Vito Built on strictly Scientific printhe fact that grapes will put forth face to fac e. Not shadow then, but the will be a handful. I suppose that the Reduced rates have been made at Lena. ciples and of the highest grade mabuds, and bloom as well, without root fulfilling of all prefigurement. That few sick people in the hospital I'rinco Henry Arrives at Hone Konsr. tho Hotels at Newport News and at The as compared with the hundreds of action. Again, if pruning is left until Old Point Comfort, which is only a few will be a magnificent unfolding. terials. DURABLE, PORTABLE, Hoxg Knxc, March 9. Prince Hen rushing out in view of all hidden ex- thousands of well people in the city, late spring, a. large reserve force is lost, miles distance and connected by Elec rv, of Prussia, has arrived here from INVINCIBLE. . would not be smaller than the number and cast away by the needless canes. tric tar service. again of a cellency, the coming Singapore, and a number of dinners Jesus, to meet us not in rags of those who shall be cast out in suf- Vineyards occupying1 a proper altitude No other trip ever offered as many and receptions have been arranged in Ix.i honor. and in penury and death, but amidst a fering, compared with those who shall not often exposed to late frost We SOUL STIRING EVENTS Simplicity in construction and not belonging to the Typewriter Trust light and pomp and outbursting joy have upon them the health of Heaven. are believe that the safer course to pursue as docs this one. For we are to remember that we are such as none but a glorified intelliproduce an honest product at an honest price. The Blickensderfer is is to prune in the fall, theaeby conIf you want a whitewash that will the only high grade machine at reasonable cost. Guaranteed gence could experience. Oh! to gaze living in comparatively the beginning People from Inland Kentucky have longest. full upon the brow that was lacer- of the Christian dispensation, and that serving all food material for the next the rare onportunity of witnessing not rub off, slake one bushel of fresh Portability, Interchangeable Type, Doing Some features-Durabili- ty, moineu Atmy ana iavy life at the li me with hot water. Slaking ad.l one ated, upon the side that was pierced, this world is to be populated and re- year's crop. c$ must. Historic, spot mine uniieu ot:.tes. pc upon the feet that were nailed; to deemed, and that ages of light and love Perfect AlignHemp. and of glue, previously dissolved in away with Ribbon nuisance, Adjustable stand close up in the presence of are to How on. If this be so, the mulw arm water, and stir thoroughly. lie. ment, Unexcelled Manifolding. I have been watching the twine THINK OF IT! Him who prayed for us on the titudes of the saved will be in vast mafo- e applying add sufficient bluing to The only Typewriter receiving Highest Award at World's Fair. Immarket in the East, and the tendency mountain, and thought of us by the jority. The landing place of the Jamestown proved since.. Adopted by Western Union Telegraph Co. sea, and agonized for us in the garTake all the congregations that have continues upward. Fiber is up, so say settlers, the Pocohontas and Capt g ve tint desired. This whitewash tWSEXD FOR CATALOGUE AND TJSSTIMOyiAZ.S.'t den, and died for us in horrible cruciassembled for worship. Put tho mills and jobbers, consequently John Smith incident. Cornwallis sur- g r.cd fcrloth inside and outsidework. fixion; to feel Him, to embrace Him, to them together and the' would make they have advanced prices on twine rending his British forces, the battle BRO'S., Gen. Jefferson's Ten rules. take His hand, to kiss His feet, to run but a small audience compared with and the different manufacturers are of the Monitor and Mernmac, and 913 F. St , N. W. Never put off until what 125 E. Fayette St. our fingers along the scars of ancient the thousands and tens of thousands, gradually advancing prices on twine last, but in the same class, the launch Baltimore, Md. u can do Washington, D. C- suffering; to say: "This is my Jesus! and ten thousand times ten thousand, to suit the advance on fiber. Hut not- ing of the He gave Himself for me. I shall never and the hundred and forty and four withstanding the strong Never trouble another for what you Most market in the Battle Slip bethousand that shall stand around the East on leave His presence. I shall forever ca a do yourself. fiber and twine, the farmers Queen St Crescent Route. HOOD, Those flashed up to hold His glory. I shall eternally hear throne. Never spend your money before you and it will Tee called in martyr fires; those here are forced to accept S3 to S3 25 of our Navy, Think of it! voice. Lord Jesus, now I see thee! Heaven His SURGEON-DENTISha 70 earned it. "Kentucky" Handsome historical lithograph, col- Never buy whatyou don't want beI behold where the blood started, where tossed for many years upon the and SI. 50 for No. 1 hemp, nevertheless LANCASTER, KY ored birds-ey- e As soon as the date of Launching is cause it is cheap view of Chattanooga, the tears courss 1, where the face was invalid couch; those who fought in the price paid at Lexington, Paris and on, it win oe given wide pubPride costs more than hunger, thirst Office over J. C. Thompson's jewelry store Missionary Ridg-edistorted. I have waited for this hour. I the armies of liberty, and rose as they other places S3. 75 to S3. 85 and in some settiea the papers. Walden's Ridge, licity in on Danville street. cold. and shall never turn by back on Thee. No fell; those tumbled from high scaffold- instances more. Why this difference We seldom repent of having- eaten and portions of the Chickamanga field more looking throuxh imperfect glass- ings, or slipped from the mast, or who in prices? MAKE' YOUR PLANS. Land and a Living too little. es. No more studying Thee in the were washed off into the sea. They Nothing is troublesome that ' we do Are best and cheapest in the New as seen from the summit of Lookout Through sleepers will run from Lex Garra-- d county certainly has a fine Hut, as long as this throne came up from Corinth, from Loadicca, darkness. wi.lingly. ington. South. Land $3 to - an acre. Easy Mountain. Highest style of lithostands, and this everlasting river from the Red sea bank and the crop of hemp, the fiber extra in qualiHow much pain the evils have cost terms .Good schools and churches. For detail information write ro call flows, and those garlands bloom, and Gennesaret's wave, from Egypt's ty, and the manufactuers are begin- on any agent, or us that never happened! No blizzards. No cold waves. New grapher's art. On fine paper; plate Take things always by the smoothe illustrated paper, "Land and a Liv 10 x 24. Mailed for 10 cents in stamps. these arches of victory remain to greet brick3'ards and Gideon's threshing ning to realize that it can be utilized flix, and this should enhance the GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. P. A., handle. ing-,3 months, for 10 cents, in stamps. home Heaven's conqueror., so long I floor. These, thousands of years ago, for When angry, count ten before you W. Eine arson, G. P. A., Queen & W. C Rixkaksox, Gen'l Pass'r Agt., Q. bhall see Thee Jesus of my choice; slept the last sleep, and these are this value of the present crop mate ially. LEXINGTON, KY.. '.ealijif. angry, count a hundred. Crescent Eoate, Cincinnati & C Route, Cincinnati, O. THE Soriteii i I i z : i ii i -- OF LEXINGTON, KY. 1 URsna Co., .iim-m- l : inun-iie- l - , ia--- M-- - : i a- - i:imm-.- I. ni-- - i .Ti ja-.- f? e..i-it.e- n half-Hedg- I ! C l New-1'o- ai-- t i i i h- -s ; INSURANCE IS A LAW OF AVERAGE. nh-.- i -. sci-- i s. red-rip- rd OUR MISSION. r mis-fcio- n 1 NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE I A.sso-c'nte- Others Make Money. Why Not You? 4 o'.-V-- r ( If If If East ST. 1 AT 1 1 3.-t- GT 1 e... CO middle-of-th"-roa- d LilKllllilT Of Itlfi of of of of 1 A 0 A CO p 011 1 ( n TYPEWR ITER Rates. long-abse- Line-Space- r, y - MOORE Agts. y RiraM T J. T, S- a r-