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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 1, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898040101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 1, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Wxt VOLUME IX. . ., Entered at the Pott Office in Lancaster, Ky as Second Clats Matter. KWtZ 1. 1898. r Cor. Public Stuart and Danville Avenue. LANCASTER, KY., EFIDAY, APRIL, I print letter heads. New lina Calicoes at S. We See 'em. T. GENERAL GORDON Evans o New Departure. i IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. !0e0000800O00O0e00006000000ttfrOWOOWWi Lecture at Stanford Next Thursday Night, the 7th. We now have the ebrated cel- All Fool's Day. We We print envelopes print horse bills. If not, why not? Monday No drunkenness Monday. Get your fishing' tackle. Been vaccinated? The City Council meets The jury cost A Florence Farm Wagon $504 last court. light snow fell Wednesday. S. T. - Harness verv cheap at W. J. Romans Gen. Gordon will lecture at Walton's Carriage Co. Opjra House, Stanford, next Thursday evening, the 7th, at 7:00 o'clock. This Business on "Jockey Row" was even announcement is hailed with delight Mo a day. dull by the many persons who know Gen. Gordon's ability. He is beyond doubt, Cheapest Furniture ever in Lanc-.s- one of the branicst men in the nation, ter. R. A. Stone. 200 bushels fancy cultivated hemp ; seed at G. S. Gaines1 I ii MW SPRING Fresh garden seed at Evans'. Which is made with springs. They night. Best coal oil 10 cts per gallon R. A. are made to hold up about 1,000 Gen. Gordon at at Stanford Thurs Stone. night. pounds more than the old style day Maple shade tree3 for sale by J. C. wagon. It adds to the life of More dried peaches at 5c per bound. Thompson. -wheels, bed and gear. Call and R. A. Stona. Potts patent flour 82.80 per 100 lbs. Northern seed Irish, potatoes atgl R. A. Stone. see it. y per bushel at Gaines1 Wanted, hens at 5c per pound. H. The best two horse wagon on the B. Northcott market at G. S. Gaines'. R. A, Stone pays, HARDWARE AND IM- 3 he greatest Disc Harrow on the poultry, calves etc." cash for Egs, G. S. Gaines'. PLEMENT HOUSE. market, at Bitter secure a seat for the Gordon New stock Musical Instruments and lecture at Stanford. Lancaster, Ky. Strings at J. C. Thompson. R. A. Stone will sell you salt either 1 v Nice convenient rooms Mrs. Mary Cunningham. for rent 2t The houses in which there was small pox will be burned at Richmond. Circuit court aljourned at Richmond til the lSth on account of smll-po- TOOK, We are now receiving our J. R. Haselden. I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. Will go to Wanted, Veal Calves. country and buy. II. B. Northcott - Tell your neighbors to come to my opening Saturday, April 9th. Mrs. Moodv Harden. Col. W.G.Welch. W. I. Williams, Stanford. Lancaster. Come to my opening Saturday, April in sacks or barrels. 9th. Mrs Moody Harden. We ma i mm, Attorneys at Law, . About 1.53D people in and near Lan caster have been vaccinated. Big line of mens, womens and drens shoes, cheap at S. T. Evans See J. R. llasclden'd line of disc chil- " print typewriter letter See how cheap yoa can buy a buggy heads on or any kind of vehicle from W. J. excellent bond paper. Wanted, car load of Iron, Bones and IL B. Northcott Rags. The Richmond papers say the small LANCASTER, KY. All business attended to promptly. har pox situation is much more encorag-in- g rows, best and cheapest on the market. that city. Ladies I want to see you all at mv Postmaster West is getting onto the store Saturday, April 9th. Mrs. Moo run of his office rapidly. Mrs. West dy Harden. 3 BEAZLEY &BAH&HMAW.' UNDERTAKERS and dealer in Furniture, Carpets, &c. Lancaster, Ky. his assistant, is quite efficient and For 12c per gallon you can pet the obliging. best headlight oil on the market at G. cts The I have sold no coffee at 8 S. Gaines'. person who says it, is "out of his head." R. A. Stone. Kgcs for Hatching. From prize wining Black Minorcas Bourbon Steam Laundry. 15 eggs for Sl.OO. R. L. Elkin Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your My fine Jersey Bull, Garrard Signal, orders at Sweeney's store. tf Q out of a tested dam, will stand at my farm at $2. the season. Money due at Col. B. F. Robinson accidentally time of service. J. S. Robinson. burn el his fort last week, but we are glad to say "Uncle Ben" is not seriPardoned. ously injured. George Huffman, who was sent from this county to the pententiary for Murdered at Marcellus. eight years, was pardoned by Acting The expense account of farmers, by Governor Worthington. grinding plow points at C. K Poindex ter's. Danville Steam Laundry. Smith & Currey, Agents for Danville Tickets. Steam Laundry. We ship every day. All my customers.of last season, can y We send and deliver come in on Tuesday and get tickets for Satisfaction guaranteed. Work called the pants to be given away. M. D. lIuGiirs, Agent for and delivered. tf nov-25-t- f. GREAT BARGAIN SHOE SALE. Always alert for the "benefit of our customers and friends, and on the lookout for the best "bargains in Shoes for the money, we have made a purchase of the Assignee of The Mason Cobb Co., for 300 Pairs Men's Sample Shoes These shoes range in price from $4. to $7. We will give you Choice of the lot for $3. These shoes are This in every Respect. Ccme early and get first choice. line consists of TJp-to-Da- at a big Cash Discount. te ITici Kid in Black and Tan, Willow Calf, Box Calf, Black and Tan Patent Leathers, All Styles Toes and Lasts. Besides this large line of sample shoes we have "bought largely of Plorsheim & Co., of Chicago, and The Geo. E. Kurt Co., of Campello Mass. two of the largest "builders of Mens fine footwear known to the shoe trade. Chocolates, Tans, Vici Kid, Box Calf, Black and Tan Patent Leather. . IN FACT EVERYTHING THAT GOES TO MAKE UP A FOOTWEAR FOR MEN. COMPLETE LINE fixed in UP-TO-DA- TE Never in the history of our business experience have we been so well LADIES, MISSES and CHILDREN SHOES as we are this season. "Come and look through our line, we can certainly please you in styles and price. . '. and, as this is probably his last appearance in this section of the state, all who can should hear him. General Gordon's subject will be "jha Lost Romans Carriage Co. Cause," and this lecture is pronounced Joe Waters and Barnes Wearen have equally as good, if not better than his decided to abandon the idea of giving several others. Those intending to go a musical contest at Stanford. over should drop a card to Col. W. P. Walton, who will take great pleasure Easter. in le serving seats. Orders for easter suits must go in at Trespass. once if you want your suit to wear that day. J. C. Hemphill. Mr. S. B. Henry, superintendent of Lancaster Cemetery, gives notice that Wanted, 100,000 pounds of wool, will he will proceed against any one who price, cash. pay highest market ides or drives over graves or lots 3 Ei.kin & Dotv. People in procession are requested to observe this rule and wait for their Sam T. Evans has the largest turn to drive out regularly. line of bugies and phaetons ever brought to Lancaster. Save your orFalse lteport. ders for him. , It was reported in town this morn in? that a nejrro woman had come My fine red Durham Bull will make rom Richmond and was m one of the the season of 1893 at my place one Battle Row shanties with small-pomile from Lancaster, at $2.00. Money Marshal Walker, Judge Burhside, Jim due when services arc rendered. Hamilton and others made a diligent Geo. W. Evans. search and failed to find anything to bear out the rumor. Look To Your Interest. buggies on the mar Best home-imdNow They Kick. ket at J. B. Ely's Paint Lick, Ky. Gen lhoseofour citizens who were in eral repairing and horseshoeing a such a hurry to plant their gardens specialty. Give us a trial. will have to do most of the work over. as the recent heavy rains washed the Lecture at the Grove. seeds out of the ground. The weather Rev. Cowden, of Lexington, will de s likely to turn and freeze out what Mission, liver a free lecture on Forign the rain d d not destroy, as the seasons at the Plcascnt Grove church next are mighty curious these late years. Monday night, April 4th, at 7 o'clock A New Physician. Card of Thanks. Dr. G. B. Lawrence, recently of Mt. We wish to extend our heartfelt Vernon, has rented the cflieis of th" thanks to our many friends, who were late Dr. W. S. O'Neal and will locate so kind to us in our recent bereave in Lancaster to practice his profession, T. M. Arxoi.d and family. ment Dr. Lawrence comes highly rccommen ded as a physician and gentleman and Good for John. our people will, o'. course, gladly wel The inmates of a pest housa at Jelli- come him into our town. See his card co were turned out, but Conductor Jno. Rose refused to let them board elsewhere in The Rkcokd. his train coming north on the L. & N. Dolus It Well. Jno Farra and Jim Hamilton are Rev. T. n . Campbell exchanged pul seeing to it that every man, woman pits Sunday with Rev. Mohoney, of and child in town is vaccinated. Jim 1 an ex Stanford. The latter delivere a pocketful of needles and any cellent discourse which was enjoyed carries fellow refuses to go to the doctor, Jim by a large congregation. backs him up in the corner and shoots The much war talking indulged in it to him He is quite an expert. Far about town goes to show that much ra is a little shy on performing the patriotism abounds in the community. operation but sees that the doctor gets We would not give one regiment of the ones he finds. Garrard county volunteers for ten Spring Opening. regiments of "regulars." Miss Minnie Eastham, the Danville It is remarkable that so few people milliner, has just returned from New are laminar witn tne national airs. York City where she purchased a love The average citizen doesn't know ly line of the very latest Spring Milli America" or "The Star Spangled nery. These goods were selected with Banner' from "Sugar in the Gourd." great care and are the prettiest to be seen in Central Kentucky this sea Those crying the loulest now for son. Miss Eastham will liavj her will never smell pow Spring opening tomorrow, Saturday, Spanish der. Just wait and see 1: they go. and the ladies of Lancaster and GarNay, Nay, Pauline, they will sit here rard are cordially invited to attend. at home, and tell how it "orter" be It will repay one to see these goods. done. 'Twas ever thus, and ever will It be thus. to the wise is sufficient" "A word Mrs. M. D Hughes is in Louisville and a word from the wise should be week looking over the new spring sufficient, but you ask, who are the this styles and getting points on wis2? Those who know. The oft redress making. She will visit all the peated experience of trustworthy perleading establishments and remain in sons may be taken for knowledge. Mr- the city a week or ten days. W. M. Terry says Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gives better satisfaction than Lhave just returned from the city any other in tho market. He has been with the cheapest xline of Millinary in the drug business at Elkton, Ky., ever brought to Lancaster. I will have for twelve years; has sold hundreds of my opening on Saturday April 9. Ev this remedy and nearly all other cough medicines manufacnured, which shows ery lady is cordially invited. conclusively that Chamberlain's is the Miss Sallie Tillitt most satisfactory to the people, and is the best For sale by R. E. McRoberta, Congressman Davidson. Lancaster Ky. Congressman Davidson is at present in Philadelphia ..on a brief so j ram, The RyaJ is tfc iMffcest grm4o bkia powdf fc which recalls the following brief nc w. Act I tet tkow it iae o IfcM farther thae say etfcw braai. 's tice found in the Washington specials recently. Judging from this morning's Pbila delpbia papers Congressman George M, Davidson made a big hit at the annual dinner of the Commercial Exchange in Philadelphia last niht. Mr. David' son followed Secretary Gage's finan cial address and spoke lor a hall hou on 'The Bluegrass Region." He was frequently interrpted by applause, "His address was witty and kept his heare-- s in continued lautrhter. when the Kentucky orator sat down," says the Kecoru, tne "assemblage rose and sang My Old Kentucky Home. 25-e Courier-Journal- Remember we are cleaning out our stocK of MS. CLOTHING, HATS and SHOES and will give you a big reduction on this class of goods. The Lop n Dry Ooods Go. AT W. T. WEST'S OLD STAND 3 Read It. Messrs Baughtnan Bros., of Boyle, have their horse card elsewhere in Tiik Record. Horsemen should read it be 'ore deciding where to take their stoclc The Baughman boys handle s animals. nothing but first-clase, Hear 'Em Gas. stop in Logan & Robinson's store any evening after supper. Many enthusiastic citizens of the town have mada thj store their headquarters and meet .there to cuss and discuss the different moves made by Spain and Uncle Sam. Its worth a good admission fee to hear some of the arguments. mi-k- If you want to hear war talk just OGAN & E0BI1TS01T. The farmers, the mechanic and the bicycle rider are liable to unexpected cuts and bruises. De Witt's Witch Ha zel Salve is the best thing to keep on band, it heals quickly and is a well known core for piles, Stormes' Drug Store. ixr POWDER AbMtatyPwv rovm. una powem co., mw tome A Great Contest. Messrs Beazley, Waters and Mene-:eof Stanford, are making great Ho Will See. preparations for their annual ElocuJim Hamilton says he will an tionary contest which will ba held in i Stanford June 17. The very best effort to nr'sj a company of volunteers talent will be secured and a lively con- next week to go to Caba. Every fellow heard blowing about what the tested is anticipated. United States should do will be given Patriotism an opportunity to practice what he A report was circulated Tuesday preaches. It will be a plain case of night that war had been declared. The "sign and go" or "shut up and stay at meeting at Logan & Robinsons at once home." This will throw a wet blankadjourned to the street, secured drum et oyer the store-stov- e and street corand fife and marched the streets yell- ner orators. ing for Spanish blood. How many of The Small-Fothe crowd will enlist and sholder a Reports from Richmond, Middleboro musket is hard to say. exand other cities where sra For Sunday Mail. ists, say the disease rapidly dying Mr. Charley Frisbie took around a out and the outlook is decidedly brightpetition last week asking that a Sun- er. The officials of these places are day mail line be established between extremely cautions, and. as warm here and Stanford. The paper receiv- weather has set in the chance3are that ed many signers and the request will we will escape the plague. People doubtless be granted by Uncle Sam, who have not been vaccinated should though we understand a protest will have that work done though, and take no chances on the matter. Nearly be filed. everyone in town has been vaccinated, An exchange says a newspaper pub- which speaks well for them. If you lished in a neighboring town sarcastic- do not believe in vaccination please ally remarks that he wants to buy a read the card on that subject elsesack of flour, a pair of shoes and a felt where in The Record. It was sent to hat, and be is ready to receive the low- us by the State Board of Health and is est bids for the same, ne says that straight goods. some of his town people treat him that Patriotism. way when they want printing done to The young men, and old ones too, the amount of two or three dollars. who have been congregating in Logan A Stitch in Time. & Robinson's store lately to discuss chol-re- a that the Cuban situation, decided to hold It is said by knowing ones small-pox invarriably follows an "open session" at the Court House This being the case the City Council Wednesday night. The announcement should enforce the laws requiring filled the large room with ladies and premises to be kept clean. It would gentlemen, and for several hours the not be amiss to begin this work right building was made to ring with the now, the board should proceed with- eloquence of patriotic speeches. Lewout the least delay. Wonder if this is Walker presided and opened the meeting wita an appropriate address. reminder will go in one ear and out Hon. R. 11. Tomlinson, Letcher Owsthe other? ley, P. W. Spencer, Captain Herndon Bright Swinebroad and others Bade was reading an advertisement of timely and eloquant speeches and were I Capt. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di- liberally applauded throughout. a Herndon drew from his pocket arrhoea Remedy in the Worcistcr Enand those who wanted terprise recently, which leads ma to to join the army and fight to sign it. wiite this. I can truthfully say I nev- A good many did so, and a good many er used any remedy equal to It for col- did not. It caused much merrimeat. The Lancaster bind was on hand and ic and diarrhoea. I have never had to played a number of patriot! airs. A use more than one or two doses to cure conspicious figure on the stage was the worst case with myself or children. the old veteran, Capt. F. J. White. Although quite advanced ia years, the W. A. Stroud, Popomoko City, Md. Captain said he was willing and ready For sale by R. E. McRoberts Lancas- to again shoulder a Basket te defemd his coantry. ter, Ky. x. x .CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY bling- - - congressman giving headed away the matter, ami it was publish ed to the four winds. Probably eight thousand enthusias tic people saw the grand ship, Kentucky, glide into the ocean at Newport News Thursday. As per nrosrain. Miss Christine Rrad'ey, the beautiful and accomplished daughter of our for mer townsman, Gov W. O. llradley. smashed over the vessels prow a bot tle of pure water taken from the spring on the farm where Abraham Lincoln lived. A band ot music played "Old KentuckyHome",the Kentuckians yell ed and, altogether, the ceremonies are considered the most enthusiastic ewr witnessed at a launching. A big re ception was held, at which Gov. llrad ley responded to the toast, "Kentucky." The Governor's speech is highly com plemented by the press and is indeed a fine one. The dispatches say that many flasks of old bourbon whisky were thrown at the ship 'by superstitious and enthusiastic Kentuckians. MARKSBURY. Mrs. Mary Harlan is suffering PREACHERSVILLE. with Wm Land and family have been vis iting their mother, Mrs. Payne. J aek Mullins, of Brodhead, is visiting his PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH lv e. I.OVXS ZAXDRAiT, Publisher. LANCASTER, IiEXTUCKV. Mr. George Bright is quite sick C. A. at Robinson's with pneumonia. grand Yfar, in advance " SOne Months. " " .... ....$1.00 . . .50 J25 Mr Andrew Popi, of Hoyle, was at the b idside of his sister, Mrs. Harlan, Sunday." N. II. IJ.igie, our enterprising mer chant is receiving new goods every day, and is now ready to supply all FRIDAY, April 1, - 1898. demands. Rev. W. Kuykend ill left Sunlay for Waddy, where ho will hold a two FOit COXGRESS. I11 obedlcure to the requests of Democrats in m-rnart of the Kiclitli Congressional DIs trictl nnd in accordance with my desire to be of service to the Democratic party and the country, mention una important times, 1 an liomice tnvself a candidate for Congress, sub' ject to the action of the Demoaratic party. A a loyal'Democrat, I have always support od the nominees :ml idatforms of the DeniO' cratlc party and I now support the p'atform udopted ly tne las; itationui Democratic uon vention, held at Chicago. I- am slueerelv rriitefiil for the cordial sun port given me by the Democrats of the Highlit Congressional District in the past, and I have tried to nhow my appreciation of their confidence and kindness, by unceasing efforts, to be a lattlilul ana eiucleut itcprcseutative. If honored by the nomination. I believe, I can with the aid of my brother Democrats, re deem the district, and In the future as in the past my best efTorts shall be given to the faith of all duties required of me. ful jAMus b. Mccreary,. Richmond, Ky March 15, 1S9S. weeks' protracted meeting. Misses Georgia Henry, Rella and Al- lie Arnold, of Lancaster, were the guests of Mi&s Sallie Herring, Sunday. A. D. Hughes and Mrs. Katie Aldridge returned Tuesday from the funeral o. their aunt, Miss Sophia Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. S m Parks and little daugh ter, Waddie Lee, of Bryan tsville, spent Tuesday with the family of II. D. Aid ridge. A little boy asked for bottle of "get up in the morning as fast as you can the druggist recognized a household name for , 'Dd Witt's Little Early Risers." and gave him a bottle of those famous little pill for constipation sick headache, liver and stomach troubles. Stormes' Drug Store. lm Kkntuckiajjs' love for the cup that cheers is the subject for many ed joke writers to work off their stale productions. The eastern press is now straining its orain to work off some thing funny over the report that when Richmond, Va., was reached by the Kentucky excursionists to the launch ing, not a drop of water was found in any of the ten Pullman cars The railroad employes made the discovery, mere navmg oeen no complaint from the passengers. If Kentuckians have the price and want a drink, it's nob')-ly's business, and the jab at the colo nels by those who do not drink sim ply because they are too stingy to buy it, are getting to bo both stale and ll niece, aunt Bettie Cummins. Miss Maud Siler hasreturnel home from Williamsburg, where' she has been attending school. Woodard Lit tle, of Dallas, Texas, is here on a visit to old friends. He preacTTed at the Methodist church Sunday and Sunday night. Misses Annie Suda and Wadie Thompson, of Mt Vernon, are visiting at the home of their une'e, A. J. Thompson. . Morgan bought Sjveral hogs here last week from different parties for 3 cents. Mat Sil r has returned from the mountains with 50 head of cattle and some sheep. W. P. Durham, of Corbin, is here on business and will build a new store house for J. LHutchins while here. Ben j. Hobbs sold a horse to Mr. Hor ton for $40. James Thompson, son of J.J.Thomp son, and Miss Lottie Oldest, daughter of S. W. Harber, elope 1 to Jefferson- ville, Ind., and was made husband and wife. Congratulations to the happy couple. Will Elmore sold a cow to Dick Rob inson, for $24. 4 Mastic Mixed Faintis true wisdom for every body to take a thorough course of Swift's Specific just at this season We are Glad to Sell Either. of the year. The blood is sluggish and impoverished, and the system is full of impurities which should ho eliminated. In addition to thoroughly cleansing the blood, Orders taken for all Foreign or Domestic Magizines or Newspapers. and toning up the system so as to avoid loss of appetite and a genn feeling in the eral E. W. Lillard. Jno. B. Stout. spring, S. S. S. so strengthens and builds up as to fortify against the many forms of dangerous illness ZQ1SLZ, that abound during the hot sum mer season. It is a very small matter to take this precaution but it insures health and strength all summer. Swift's Specifio - It OR THE BEST BRANDS OF White Lead and Oil. Mo ROBERTS DRUGSTORE.. run-dow- Lillard rt, dc ju eadingQruggistsj Stationery, Faints, Oils, Stc. :- Latkst developments indicate that the limit of congressional patience has been reached, and that by and, perhaps today, war will be declared unless Spain recedes from her position and grants absolute independence to Cuba. Nothing short of this wil be tolerated, as indicated by congressional proceedings Tuesday and Wednesday when a flood of reso lutions for intervention or war poured in, and by a conference of fiftjr Repub lican members of Congress held. Dis patches say President McKinley can no longer delay the crisis, and his chief ally, Speaker Reed, for once finds himself a Samson shorn of hit locks. Resolutions for immediate in tervention or declaring war against Spain came thick and fast in both houses of Congress from Republicans, Democrats, silver Republicans and l'opulists. All think the day of reck oning and time for decisive action has arrived. Representative Marsh in his resolution used the language of the resolution declaring war against Eng land in 1812, substituting Spain for England. Senator Foraker's resolu tion was brief and pointed, recogniz ing the independence of Cuba and declaring for intervention. It authoriz ed the President "to use the entire land and naval forces of the United States to put them into effect" Oth cr equally ns not resolutions were showered in both House and Senate. McKinley is showing his teeth to the mad congress that wants to fight him. He has announced to members. who have demanded immediate actioi. and making threats, that he is President of the United States and will fol low the course he thinks wise. Ht has told them that if congress desire to head off all negotiations that max lead to the freedom of Cuba withou the shedding of more blood, it has th to do so, but that he felt it hi: duty to tell the American people t exhaust every honorable means o about the independence o the island without war. He has au thorized the correspondents to so state that he is unalterable in his determi nation that Cuba must be free, and il that freedom can not be accomplishec by agreement with Spain, it will be enforced by that war for whJch preparations are so 7 gorously made. Matters at the capital are at a white heat, and there is no telling what ai hour may bring forth. MT. HEBRON The rains of the past week have put the roads in a very bad condition. Noah Marsee, who has been ill with pneumonia, at Frankfort, returned to his home. Rev. J. L Wills was again in his pul pit at this place Saturday and Sunday, and delivered two excellent sermons. Eugene Borkele bought a calf from Jas. Crawford, at 15. Miss Ida Duncan, who has been teaching a three month's school at High Bridge, returned to her home here Saturday. The good sisters of ML Hebron church, having finished one of the quilts for the benefit of the church, brought it forward Saturday. After services it was sold to Rev. J. L Wills at five dollars, 'the other one will be sold at the next church meeting. Geo. Huffman, who was sentenced four yoars ago to the penitentiary for seven years, was pardoned a few days ago by Lieut Governor Worthington and is at his home near here. Thirty-five WARNING AGAINST Office SMALL-PO- of State Hoard of Health. Bowling Green, Ky , March 25, 1898. To the officials. Physicians and Peoule of f..i..-K.. monotonous. vetoed the cigarette bill, saying it was unconstitutional. If there was any chance of the bill checking the use of the little coffin nails, it ought to have stood, constitutional or unconstitutional. We do not object to how many cymbling- headed dudes they kill, but we would like to have the vile odor abolished from public places. We would rather have a live skunk pitched into our of fice than for a puffing, stinking cigar ette fiend to enter. oitTiiiNGTON uov. had the pleasure last week of traveling in company with Mr. Green R. Keller, of the Carlisle Mercury, who was on his way to the launching of the ocean bull-doKentucky. Mr. Keller is a gentleman exceedingly on prominent men and matters, and it would be hard to find more congenial company. He has bjen in the newspaper harness all his life and there is no branch of the xvork upon which he is not thorough ly posted. E well-vers- years make a generation, That is how long Adolph Fisher, of Zanesville, O., suffered from piles. He was cured by using three boxes of De- Witt't Witch Hazel Salver. Stormes' Drug Store. lm BUCKEYE. liht The Richmond Pantagraph man hat been studying up on the pronunciation of Spanish names. Ia the Spanish, as in all other languages, propei names are not always pronounced according to rules, but in most case they are. The Pantagraph editoi says: A has the sound of ah, e thi sound of a, i the sound of e, o is lonr. as in pole, j the sound of b, and a a: in yule. A double 11 sounds like ly in Z has the sound of th. Yhas thesounc of long c. C. frcquentlyhas the sounu of th. and so does s. X often has tht h sound. The stress is usually on tht second syllable or next to the last when more than one syl"able. Thu we have in lilanco, ltlonko. De Lome licrnabe is is Day Gomez is Garcia it l'ando is Pahn-dis Sagasta, Telayo, Al te Aquendo, Infanta Maria Teresa. Lo-MBayer-XAH-baVeeth-ca-c-ami-raMah-ree-a- h o Vis-cay- a a. Don h. Eeen-fahn-ta- Antonio Ulloa, Doan Infanta Isabel, Castilla, Chihuahua, Aquendo, These rules properly followed give the correct pronunciatioi except in cases where custom give some other. Eees-ah-bal- We were told in Washington by a democrat, who is one of the. most conservative members of the Senate, that the only reason of delay in declaring war. was that this country was short of ammunition. We have the machinery but the explosives are short It is in order to lay in a supply o'. these that so much time' has been lost in making demands upon Spain. He said it was easy enough to get into the fight, as we had all justifiable groands for it, bufSpain would be hard to down, our ammunition was s'lort and it would be absolute folly t engage in hostilities until we were safely prepared. We were told this 'with 'the understanding that the president wanted the matter kept quiet, b it Saturday's papers told of a cym- - and Summer Complaints. We fMMAM CoUc I KMI VlS in five Neuralgia and Toothache minutes. Sour Stomach Price, CUBAN RELIEF cores 25 Cents. print circulars. We talked with many prominent A number of our people were vacci and conservative men in Washington nated last week. last week and all were of the opinion that the United States would have There was one case of small pox on just a little harder time whipping Posey Ridge, Madison county last week, but was taken to the past house 'apain than most people expect. at Richmond Saturday night. Uxcle Sam had better not be too The news went out last week that Buckeye had a case of small pox, but sure of licking Spain. happily there was more mischief than .s a bad article to have around. truth in the report It will not hi as easy to thr ash Aunt Paulina Beaumont, as she was Spain as it is to roll off a log. familiarly called by all who knew her. was laid to rest beside her husband in Children like it, it savjs their lives the old family Beaumont burial We mean One minute Cough Cure, the ground, Sunday afternoon, aged infallible remedy for coughs colds, A large number of friends and rela croup, bronchitis, grippe, and all tives were present at the burial. Died, on the 29th inst, Mr. Freeman throat and lung troubles. Stormes Lane, burial the following day at Drug Store. lm Buckeye. The bereaved family have the sympathy of the community. HUBBLE. We had a big dog fight in which sevMiss Katie White is still quite sick. eral dogs were engaged on our street The washing rain? have done great Monday, and was very enjoyable for a damage to the plowed ground in this time, judging from the amount of hissing and laughing done by the specsection. Mr. El White was in our vicinity tators. A drove of 50 cattle passed through Saturday and Sunday. Miss Katie Walters spent Saturday and Sundar with here Monday, belonging to John and her parents, and attended preaching. Newt Hendren, of Madison, which We were glad to see her in Hubble they had bought at Lancaster court, igain. Mr. and Mrs. Price Sutton, paying $20 per head. and Miss Bettie Alexander, of McCrea-rAllen Teater bought at Lancaster were here for a day or two the court 15 cattle at $15 per head. first of the week visiting friends. John Lee Ray, of Stanford, visited Many fear that early fruit will be his parents here Sunday, accompanied injured by freezes later, as peach trees by Dr. Barge, the optician. Miss Leihave already bloomed. la Hendren, of Madison, made a flying The little son and daughter of Mr. visit to Miss Hattie Jones, Saturday. James Smith, spent last week with James Gulley, who has been sick, is their aunt. Miss Sallie Smith. better at this writing. Mrs. Harrison The wheat crop of this section is Ray is on the sick list Mrs. VV. G. better than for several years, and the Jones is still confined to her bed. prospect for a big crop is flattering. Mr. Verge Rice- - happened to a very SETTLES NERVOUS BANKRUPTCY. serious accident Sunday. While reInvestigation shows who turning home from church his horse succaed are men of that menstrong brains oecame frightened and did great dam- nerves great Ordinary age to the buggy, but did not hurt food cannotsuply the vital forces which people with active brains and bodies rehim. quire. Bicola Pills feed the nerves Little Maggie "WTmot is rapidly re- make the mind bright, muscles strong make flesh and blood and give per- D14MamNUB!AN TEA cures Dyspep- covering. She was badly hurt by beto Men and The ing thrown from a mule two weeks fect health Philadelphia Women. BicoIWIIIVI v uia, Constipation and IndiTurners of make ago. gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cU. la Pills. Mrs. W. H. Bland has received a J. E. Buckey, Chief Clerk National Hotel, Washington, supply of premium goods from her down was a D. C. testiBes that he was all run shadow of his former self Bicoompauy in Cincinnati, and will com- la Pills gave him wonderful relief he gained after using them. mence the delivery of same this week. over twenty poundsB. . McRoberts, PharmaLancaster agent, E. & Young and brother Joe, of cist. Turners' Little Liver Turners A very Cumberland county, lotted 35 yearling small pill. Turn your liver. Cure Sick Headache Billiousness Indigestion. heifers ever Sunday, with S. M. which they disposed of on the FLATWOOD. Lancaster market Monday, at fair prices. More rain, more mud. The 70 acres of land advertised by W. H. Furr sold two calves to Thos. J. P. Bland for sale, was bought by his son, W. H. Bland, Monday at Lan- Collett for $44. Thomas Worrell bought a hog from caster, at S20.10 per acre. He will Charlie Leavell for $6. likely build and make it .his home. Milton Grayson returned from the Thousands of sufferers from grippe mountains a few days since with some have been restored to health by one cattle for sale. Minute Cough Core. It quickly cures Wm. Coldiron sold his hogs a lew coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia days since for 3 grippe, asthma, and all throat and Ammy lun ' diseases. Stormes, Drue Store. CIoubb Parks sold some hay to Jake for 45c per hundred. Ben Calico spent Sunlay with Jas. Premium Wanamaker & Brown are giving Hawkins James Nay lor spent San-da- y at James Miller's. esc'i customer from $3 to $5, in the Sunday school has convened at Good price of salts, as the customer saves Hope church. that much and gets a perfect fit If. D. Hughe?, Agent, We print price lists. y, r. Spoon-amore, This Board again gives warning that an epidemic ot smalt-poGrave con ditions already exist-iBell. Whitlev ana Madison counties, and cases are reported in Knox and Mason counties. So far the disease has been almost exclusively confined to negroes, but this exemption of the white rate cannot long us hoped for if it continues to spread.. In spite of repeate I and continued warnings from this and county and municipal boards, each community so iar atiacKea was unprepared, a large per cent. 01 ine population was and dangerous and costlv de lays occurred before the character of the disease was recognized, and hospital and other provisions could be made lor tne sick and exposed. Under our laws this expense must I e . 1... J tu. yj uuc ujuuuuauuciuea anectea, and it can only be made small by proper preparation before a case annears. Had Middlesboro and Bell couutv been thus foreheaded and roady to care for the first cases, thousands of dollars would have been saved in actual out lay, very many thousands in loss of business, and the officials and community the mortification of clamoring for outside aid to do what they were am piy ame 10 ao ior themselves. In view of these facts, the Board ad vises that each town and city at once pass and enforces a comnulsorv vac cination ordinance, beginning .with me coioren race, Dut reaching everybody; that isolation hospitals or tents, and suitable ground for their location. he secured; that visiting and strange negroes oenuntea out, vaccinated and kept under observation, and especial ly that physieians practicing amongst uejjrues ue lustruciea as to tne uimcui-t- y of recognizing mild eases of smallpox and varioloid in this race, and of the importance of calling in experienced counsel in every doubtful or suspicious case. Those having this work in hand should deal firmly, but kindly, with every one, advising that this work is being done for their protection as well as that of the community. Quarantines against in'ected places, the first resort of unpreprred towns, do much acturl harm by giving rise to a frlse sance of security, thus retarding the work of vaccination and preparation, and, if rigidly enforced, are much more expensive than the precautions herein advised, besides causing much financial loss by interference with travel and commerce. No quarantine can be legally established without the consent of this Board, and this will not be given unless the circumstances are very exceptional. Communities maintaining unauthorized quarantines are liable to persons suffering injvries or damages therefrom. At this time every person in Kentucky should be vaccinated or revacci-nateIf properly protected it will not take, and if it takes there is need of it. The vaccination should always be done in three places about an inch apart by a competent physician, wtth clean hands and instruments upon a well cleaned arm, by scraping off the scarf skin without drawing blood, and should be allowed to dry thoroughly before the sleeve is put down, ana should be protected for a few days with a clean cloth or absorbent cotton. This will give the best chance for a successful result, with much less soreness and suffering. Fresh, reliable virus may alwavs be had from the National Vaccine Establishment, Washington City, or from its agents, The Henry Drug Co., of Louisville. Vaccination from the arm of a child known to be healthy is equally reliable. This Board holds itself in readiness to aid local boards to the full extent of its powers, but little aid will be needed from it if each commuity will intelligently prepare to take care of itself. By order of the Board. J. M. Mathews, M. D., President. J. N. McCormack, Secretary. unvac-cinateV, . is far ahead of all other remedies for this purpose. It is a real blood remedy which promptly purifies the blood and thoroughly renovates the entire system, tones and strengthens the stomach, and renews the appetite. It is the only safe tonic, being purely vegetable, and the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no arsenic sulphur, mercury, potash or other mineral substance, which is of so rnjach importance to all who know the injurious effects of these drugs Nature should be assisted by na ture's remedy. S. S. S. Take S. S. S. and be well all summer. S.S.S.Blood DANVILLE, OIVHE -: KENTUCKY. OC03000000000000000! WE IS TO GIV lliE TO S . THING YOU GOODS WORTH THE MONET, BUB satisfy, WE ARE HEDQUARTERS In Memory of Sim H. Arnold. I heard this morning at dawn's earliest ray, By a place so happy, death had called that war. My heart sped on wings to the home of the friend, I thought how gladly some help I would lend But I am as helpless as those who weep By the bier of the son who lies asleep. That will Fit and Please You. IN PACT, IN FOR EVERY RESPECT. TRY" TJSI TRUNKS AND VALISES. Skoes, Hats and FurmsMag (goods. CALDWELL & LANIER. Leading Shoe and Furnishing House While whispered by those who knew him in life, Heaven pity the family, poor Thomps and his wife. I have a new line of We know it was God who called for your son Even from this we shriek ever and anon. The decrees of a Master are hard to obey. When they are ours who fall in the sickles way. Chiflons, Mouselines, all of the latest Why was he called In the Spring time of his colors. Next week I will go to the Danville, Ky. S. BEAZLEY, Teeth filled and extracted with nnt Tftin frnvn urtH Bridge, i urns specialty, umce over k. iseldejpfl &raware store, next to Court House, SPRING SAILORS cities to purchase a full stock for Reason oilers in his stead a sage. Summer. Miss Lanra The oak and the rose are exposed to this toncl. Spring and Manh;od and youth must surrender as such Smith will go with me to assist in seAll who live mnst share his fate, lecting all the newest novelties. On Twixt the morn of life and the evening late. He was honest, manly and his word was good, our return call and make your choice. Not one of these, would I change if I could. Be guided by this onward tread, The cloud will move, you will see ahead, Look beyond the grave to the home of his God, Meekly bow and kiss the rod. age? j. ORGANIZED 1883. PITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, U OP LAIOASTEB. MISS SALLIE TILLETT. IT. Written in memory of poor, dear Sim, By a friend who loved him, and his name is Jim. W. H. LACKEY Successor to Lackey & I I -Capital, Surplust Fund $100,000 15,000 Gulley. BUSINESS SOLICITED. d. from the old fashs and nauseous ioned doses of physics to the pleasent little pills known as De Witt's Little Early Risers. They cuse constipation, sick headache and biliousness. Stormes' D.ug Store. blue-mas- It is a great leap Fir st--C las' I Garafal aad Prompt Attention Guaranteed J. M. HieoiNBOTHAM mm mm. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO President Cashier Assistant Cash'r. Bookkeeper HANDSOME TURNOUTS, Acetylene Gas, The light ot the future. REASONABLE PRICES. I Lbwis Y. Lbavbll. B. P. Hudson W. O. Riqnxy CD. Walxbb DIRECTORS: Why not be independent and own your own little gas plant which will give four times more light than ordinary gas or electric lights at one half the cost? Applicable for use in churches, stores, factories, hotels, residences and country homes; safer than ordinary gas or kerosen lamps. Approved by all the Boards of Underwrites throughout the United States. We want a first class agent in every town. Write for catalogue and prices. The AcETYLEne Gab Machine Co., Akron, Ohio. To the Klondike, Alaska, North and service via the Northwest, First-clas- s Queen & Crescent Route, with thro' Pullman Sleepers to Cincinnati, Louisville and St Louis. Vestibuled trains from New Orleans, Birmingham, Meridian, Jacksonville, Atlanta and Chattanooga. Ask your railroad agent for particulars, or write to O. L. Mitchell, D. P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn. TRAVELING MEN. J. X. HlOelNBOTHAX, LlTII T. LXAVXU. J. 8. Johnson, Abnold, t. M. H H. C. Abnold. Jb. B. F. udson. Albx.Gibbs, J.J.Walxm Jacob T. Robinson. KAIL ROAD TIME TABLES. THE ionth-b'n- d K. C. IS ranch, KATI ONAL CAPITAL f3O0,OOO.OO BANK ( SURPLUS. ( $65,oeo.. Nor d Sllxed, passes Lancaster, 3:40r. sr. Mixed, ' 8 :00 a. it. KaoxvlIIe Branch. North-bounNorth-b'nd -- or- Mail, passes Stanford, 12:37 r. x Express, " " 3:13 a. x. Mail, Queen & Cresceat rASSBS LANCASTER, KY, A. R. Dummy, President. Jno. . STOBXE8, Vice President. Wm. H. Kinhaibd, Cashier. Bouth-bonn- d 127 r.&. Boat. DANTIIXX. north bound. Number 10 (Dally except Sunday).. ..6:09 a. m. Number 6 (Daily 1:41 p.m. Number 4 (Daily) Flajr 3:31 a. m. Numbers (don't stop) 3:50a.m. SOUTH BOUND. 8. C. Dim mt, Assistant Cash'r. R. T. Embbt J. F. Robinson. Jb, r. Ass't Number 1 (don't stop) Number 5 (Dally ) Number 9 (Daily except Sunday) Number 3 (Midnight flag) Daily 11:55 11 33 a. m. 8:10 p.m. 1135 p.m. a. st. Prepare for Cyclones! By Insuring your Houses. DIRECTORS Sam'l. D. Cochran, Alex. R. Denny. Jas Spllman, A. C. Robinson. W. S. Cook, L. Davidson, Jno. K. Stormes, wJff44tf 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Insure your Hemp! AndFTake No Risk of Loss. It Will Be Done Bight If you Bring Your work to- NED BURDETT & CO., at Arnold shop on Danville street. Scientific Horseshoeing, Repairing of Wagons, Euggies, and all kinds of vehicles Promptly and Substantially done. Aayoaa sendfngr a sketch and description may oar opinion iree wneiner aii quicaiT invention is proBaoiy pumispia. voamionica- Uons strictly conadenuaL Handbook oa Prnteaa senVTree. Oldest agency tor aecaMni Patents takea tSronah Mana A SMCiol notice, without chare, la tho Tradc Marks Designs Copyrights Ac iHnia Scientific Hiiericatt. Aaaadsomely uhwtrated weakly. Largest ebw eolation ot any adentalo Journal. Terms. 83 . rear roar aromas, bom ey au naweaeaiera. We write thse Policise R. KINNAIRD, Lancaster, Ky. General Insurance, i m V St, Wasluagtea, Mew D. C Tort Bl?MaSallCISBaSaWV aS rai-aiai- amvRLffVLVsaaaTLLaaaaaata LbbbbW nBana aaai ana TaW aaaai aai H SBB Bw av IB 171 LaaaTaaaanSn t aa,aaBHaa mmm maaaaVaaaal ROB1NSON-PETTE- T COMPANY 'OUISVILLE. KY.f Wholesale Distributor. as fine assortment of trimmed goods as was ever shown in town. My stock is now complete and I invite all of my customers to come and inspect them. PHAETONS, Saturday, April 9th, I will have my Spring and Summer opening, at which time I will display Buggies, kiss and ROADWAGONS. oiEitsriiNra-- i Given Away. MRS. MOODY HARDEN. ADDITIONAL We With every suit of clothes made to order for $15.00 and upward I will give absolutely free, one Stem winding Watch that is Warranted to keep perfect time. Tuis is no chance as one goes with every suit. In addition to the above offer, I will save you from 82.50 to $5.00 on the price of your suit and give you a perfect fit. A trial or der will convince you that this is true. All wool suits from $0.5) up, that will cost you more money elsewhere. My samples are all in. Yours for Business, J. C. Hemphill. WHAT THEY SAY When asked if they trill go to help Uncle Sam whip Spain. 1 STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS. BLACKBURN Taken Suddenly III in Washington He Will Probably Bo Abont In a Da) or Two. Washington, March 26. Considerable alarm was created Friday among J. C. S. Blackthe friends of CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, April, I, - - 1898. I S'.OL'e. LOCAL. print shipping tags. R. A. need what you owe me. Miss Carolina Woods is the guest of nicely. Keep the loafers off of it, Doc. Miss Mary Miller. Clover, oats, timothy, bluegrass and Miss Jennie Wallace has been visiti- orchard grass always on hand at ng- Mrs. J. S. Robinson. Gaines. Miss Mae Hughes was the hostess of 200,000 trick for sale. Greening' & John Baughnian, of Boyle, was here Pence, Stanford, Ky. Sunday. The grass in the Park is coming up PHAETONS, . 2 PERSONAL. Marshal Walker is enforcing' stock law. Good. the We have on our floor two car loads of the finest and most complete line of BUGGIES, SURRIES and The Kay Peas were never in better condition. They have work every shown in Lancaster. Our Mr. and Mrs. W. & Center are visit- Thursday night. Bright Swinebroad ever p C. C prices are lower than can be found makes a ing the family of T. II. Robinson. ' anywhere. Our guarantee is bet Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Estes, of Kirks-villTo Fight, Bleed and Die. ter. We can save you from visited relatives here Sunday. Clay Black and Dan Kennedy two Miss Mary Gill is at home for a short colored boys who were vacation from the Oxford Ohio Col- raised here, have joined the regular army. They enlisted at Louisville. on any vehicle you buy. lege. Miss Lula Graham, of Glendale, O., Too Late. We also have a complete line of has arrived, ana will trim for Mrs. Tub Recobd received an excellent Harness we a ref offering exceeding Harden. write-uof the party given by Miss ly low. Fish, at Crab Orchard last week, but Misses Dove Harris and Pattie Beaz-leCome and see us. No have returned, from a visit to Lex- it came too late for publication. We regret this very much ington. trouble to show goods. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Walden have reK. P'b. Change Booms. turned to Danville, after a few days The Knights of Pythias have moved W. J. BOKANS Carrlap Co., visit here. into the Masonic Hall and will meet LANCASTER, KY. Mr. W. J. Romans is, we are glad to thare this, Tuesday, evening. When all work is completed this will be the note, able to be out again, after a We print statements. prttiest hall in the state. brief illness. All varieties of Landreth garden Mr. EJ. Sparks who has been sick A Fine Artist. bulk, at Gaines'. for some time gradually improving. The Recobd has heard much praise seed, in Danville Advocate. of the excellent likeness of Dr. O'Neal The cold snap Wednesday killed all The REOCBDjis glad to note the im- which it recently produced. It was garden truck, so "they say." provement in the condition of its good made by Mr. Edward Fox, the DanHeadquarters for Deering Binders, ville photographer, who has now a friend, Mr. T. W. Reid. wide and enviable reputation on his Mowers and threshing machines at G. Jno. W. Miller and M. D. work. Mesdames S. Gaines. Hughes are guests of Mr. and Mrs. The drug stores are getting their R. E. Hughes in Louisville. 'The David" Ross savs he is makincr in shape for the sum up a wagon load of young fellows to Arnold, o' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph mer. visited their parents, Mr. take to the Crab Orchard Keeley cure. There are several "moderate" drinkers riatits, Plants, Plants. and Mrs. Tom Stone, Sunday. about town who ought to go. It takes I will have the earlest and best var Misses SUlie Tillett and Laura i man a long time to see that he is iety's of tomatoes and Cabbage plants Smith have returned from the cities fighting' the enemy" too hard and as soon as thj weather will permit with loads of spring millinery. against too big odds. there being setout Goe Smith, tf. Mr. Asa Runyon, of Solon, Iowa, is Wlllard Memorial. visiting his sister, Mrs. Thos. Stone, I have just received a new and com A vast whom he has not met in thirty years. Christian audieuce assembled at the plete line of Spring and Summer mil church Sunday eveninr to linery and would be pleased to have Mrs. MooJy Harden has gotten back witness the Francis E. Willard mem purchased a orial exercises. All ministers in town my friends and customers call and ex from the Eist where she RespU.. amine them. large and lovely line of spring millin- took part and made short talks about Mrs. A. S. Haselden, life and works of this noble woman. ery. Apr 1, lm Bryantsville, Ky. Mr. W L Williams leaves Saturday A number of children saner songs and s Campbellsville choruses, which were pretty and enSuit For 93,000 Damages. in to visit hispa-entA suit has been filed by Mrs. Rice and attend circut court now in session joyable. The music was a special feature and sweet and appropriate. Burnside, asking damages in the sum in that city. of 3,000, against James L Hamilton. Capt. W. J. Kinnaird is still at a A Former Lancaster Boy. Last spring while exhibiting a horse Cincinnati hospital and, we regret very Mr William L. Bettis, son of Mr. G. on the Public Square, Mr. Hamilton much to say, has e2ti having much W. Bettis, of Lowell, surprised his ran into the vehicle occupied by Mrs. trouble with his injured limb. many Kentucky friends and relatives Walker, of Garrard, is by marrying in Indiana last week. Burnside breaking it and throwing Miss Mary the lady out. Mr. Hamilton claims with her aunt. Mrs. J. C. Hays. Will The young- lady's name was Miss Grace the occurance was unavoidable. T. Mattingly, of Lancaster, spent Sun- L. Buchanan and she resided at GilPatent Needle. day, with his parents here. Stanford ford, that state, where the groom is Journal. Geo. T. Arnold has sent to Washing telegraph Operator for the Big 4 railA f iirly good likeness of Mis Nan road. Mr. and Mrs. Bettis were the ton to be patented a needle for sur Harris appeared in Sunday's Courier recepients of many handsome presents geons to use in sewing up wounds. Journal. Miss Harris is a member of and will at once go to housekeeping. Local doctors say it is a great success the "Junior Sett" and one of Lancas- Later on they will visit his parents at and will fill a long felt want. We ter's pretiest and fascinating young Lowell. The Recobd extends congrat- wish George much success. ulations. ladies. M. L. Yocum, Cameron, Pa., says "I The many friends of Mr. J. M. Harwas a sufferer for ten years, trying all Prompt Payment. is bison will be glad to learn that he Lancaster, Ky., March 29th 189a kinds of piles remedies, but without improving in health He came out from The Equitable Life Assurance Society:- -I success, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve Washington some days since to take a was recommendel to me. I used one rest and visit relatives at sion of herewith give you an expres box. lt has effected a permanent cure." approval for the promptness Parksville. with which your company paid the As a permanent cure for piles DeWitt's Joe Waters, who was recently shot life policy of my husband, Dr. W. S. Witch Hazel Salve has no equal. in the foot by the accidental discharge O'Neal, of Lancaster, Ky. He died Stormes'D'j' Siar-lm of his r'fle, is very much improved. March 15th, 1893 and payment made Excellent Work. We judge he is about well, as he is March 29 th 189S, exactly too weeks "getting there with both feet" in the from date of his death. Thanking you Mr. It E. Hughes, who is now on the Harrodsburg Saying. for your prompt remittance, I am Louisville Commercial, was sent by that paper to the launching of the Handsome invitations have been is. respectfully, Kentucky, and his write-uwas the Mrs. Martha O'Neal sued to the marriage of Miss Pattie best we have seen. Bob began newsBeazley and Mr. John Baughman, as Clever Conductor. paper work in Lancaster and, by his announced in last week's Recobd. The One of the cleverest and best rail- untiring energy, has pushed to the wedding will take place in the Christian church and the ceremony will be road men in Kentucky is Capt Ben front ranks of Kentucky reporters. McGraw, who runs the Blue Grass ac- If he were given a "Kentucky" colsaid by Rev. T. H. CampbelL commodation between Junction City umn or department on the Commercial and Cincinnati. Notwithstanding the it would be a winning card for that many important duties devolving upon already popular paper. him, he always gives personal attenPoor Court Da jr. tion to the comfort of his passengers. Monday was the poorest court day Some conductors seem to think they do a favor to let you ride on their we have had in the past year. The train, but Capt. Ben is not one of that raines descenne 1 and the flood came, keeping the traders and farmers at kind. home. Only a few head of cattle were CUBAN OIL cum on the market, the sales of which are PfaHfAft Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rhea reported elsewhere in The Recobd. riflHIvl 9 No mules horses, hogs or anything, xnatism and Sores. Price, 25 cents save the few cattle, were on the streets. It is estinated that not more than 150 peoble came in. Call at my store and we will ex- the Cinch Club Monday evening. ROAD WACO ITS tip-to- well-know- n $5 to $25.00 p y - Gaines. Of course. Jess Sweeney. Kaw. Geo. Palmer. Bet your life, if they need me. Clay Hamilton. Have to stay here and organize Maccabees. II B. Northcott, Yes. Clay Sutton. Will go as artist for some big paper, but will take my gun. Brad Jennings. Yes, and help thrash the life out of 'em. Charles Frisbie. Am itching to go. M. A. Archer. You bet. John Lear. Will go today if Uncle Sam needs me. Tink Anderson. Yes, you know, but am a constable and can't get away. Beddow Morrow. Yes, by ganny. and help sink every washing tub the treacherous hounds have. Judge M. D. Hughes. Am too fat. T. J. Hatcher. Put me down at the head of the list to go. Billy Lackey. Am rady to start to day. Just let me Charley Poindexter. get at 'em. Sam Evans. You bet Jake Joseph. Will go with the uni form rank, K. P's. Swartz Bishop. Just as soon kill a few Spaniards as not. Cabcl Denny. Yes. Bob Kinnaird. Dog gone my cats, I dont want any devlish Spaniards shooting at me. Sam Duncan. Have already written for an enlistment blank. Cal Nevius. Am ready right now. Jack Stormes. Will stay here and let Fisher and Horace go. Claud Wherritt Bet your sweet life. Dave Ross I'll cut through the coun try and take a wagon load of the boys with me. Maj. Jim Burnside. I'm busy buy ing tobacco for my Louisville firm. Keg Mason. Busy, busy now prac ticing law. J. M. Duncan. If they will let me squirrel shoot with an rifle, yes. Bright Swinebroad. Ready right now. Bob Stone. Would like to get a few shots at 'em. J. C. Thompson. My patriotic blood is getting pretty warm. J. A. Beazley. That boy down home is ready to do my fighting. Jim Hamilton. I have not lost any thing in Cuba. Mort KothwelL Am ready and wil ling. Toad West. Will send my regrets. Hugh Logan. When anybody steps on Uncle Sam's coat tail it sets my blood to biling. Jno. Farra. I would be only too glad to get a shot at a trecherous Spaniard. Have my knapsack ready and am waiting for a chance to go. Henry Patterson. Want to go right now. Nine out of every ten others in Garrard county. Yes. G. S. well-earne- d It is Easy to Tell. plain how to Get One of these Boasters Free! Morgan Denmark. I now have on hand tie Best Garden Seeds LANGDON'S BREAD Morgan Denmark is a bay stallion, 16 hands high. He Is splendidly bred, as a glance at his pedigree will show. He will make the present season of 1898 at our stable, on the new pike, 5 miles from Danville, in Bull. DAILY. At $5.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Care takan to prevent accidents, but not re- NICEST CANDLES IN THE CITY. A. &B. Boquet and Proctor Knott Cigars. Best in the market. We handle only the Best Goods arid strive to please. H. Mi BALLOU, sponsible should any occur. Lien retained on colts for the season money, Mares traded before fact Is ascertained makes season money due. Morgan Denmark was foaled In 1889. He Is by On Time, son of Stonewall Jackson ; 1st dam Lady Morgan, by Stonewall Jackson; and dam by Virginias; 3rd dam by Matchless; h dam by Transby. Morgan Denmark is one of the best bred saddle stallions la Kentucky. Has good mane sad tall, and good, long, rangy neck. Don't fall to see him. Will also stand ONE GOOD MULE JACK at $5.08 to insure. BAUGHMAK BRO'fl. 3 96Ct. ' PaaTlUe,Ky, People who fail to look after their health are like the carpenter who neglects to sharpen his tools. People are not apt to get anxious about their health soon enough. If you are "not quite well" or "half sick" have you ever thought that your kidneys may be the cause of your sickness? It is easy to tell by setting aside hours,a sedyour urine for twenty-fou- r iment or settling indicates an unhealthy condition of the kidneys. When urine stains linen it is evidence of kidney trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate, scanty supply, pain or dull ache in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order. There is satisfaction in knowing that the sreat remedy Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, fulfills every wish in relieving, weak or diseased moneys ana an lorms of bladder and urinary troubles. Not give new life only does Swamp-Roo- t and activity to the kidneys -- the cause of trouble, but by treating the kidneys it acts as a tonic for the entire constitution. If you need a medicine take Swamp-Roo- t it cures. Sold by druggists, price fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample bottle and pamplet both sent free by mail, upon stamps to receipt of three two-cecover cost of postage on the bottle. Mention The Central Record and send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Rheumatism Cared. Binghamton, N. Y. The proprietors of My wife has used Chamberlain's Pain this paper guarantee the genuines, of (3( Balm for rheumatism with great relief, this offer. and I can reccommend it as a splendid WoaeHi' and Mlisrs' Garments. liniment for- rheumatism and other Go to Mrs. M. D. Hughes' and see household use for which we have found styles, and Wanamaker and it valuable. W. J. Chyles, Red Cbekk, the latestsamples, for Womens' Browns' N. Y. suits, waists, skirts, also Mr. Cuyler is one of the leading merMisses' Jackets and suits, at Pailadel-phi- a chants of this village and one of the prices. Perfect fit guaranteed. I most prominent men in this vicinity. also have boys suits in thi latest W. G. Phipfix, Elitor Red Creek style, at grerily reduced price. Herald. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, M D. Hughes, Agent Ky. Lancaster' Q.. B. LAWRENCE. A torpid liver robs yon of ambition PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. and ruins your health. DeWitt's Little Early Risen cleanse the liver, care Office at the Dr. O'Neal Office, constipation and all stomach and liver, Laaca&tsr, Ky. troubles. Stormrs' Drug Store, lm We print typewriter heads. We print Invitations. i p tailor-or-ma.- is applied externally, which Clay's Ferry, this county, the parents is the only way to get relief. of Miss Mary Ellen Bassett decreed Medicines taken internally burn, of Kentucky, by the report that she should marry CoL Green Igo, that he had suffered a stroke of pa- who formerly lived a near neighbor, will not help and may ralysis while returning from the but who went to Texas several years L result in harm. launching of the two battle ships at ago, where he accumulated a comfortNewport News. Senator Blackburn able fortune as a cattle rancher, and returned recently looking for a Kentucky bride. The girl is less than 20, while the colonel is twice that age. Their marriage was fixed for last Monday, after which they were to leave at once for the colonel's ranch in fits and prepares every the Lone Star state. But it seems that Miss Mary, while she treated the organ, muscle and colonel most graciously, out of deferpart of the body for ence to her parents, had another suitthe critical hour. It or. John Louis Dozier, a brawny young robs child-birt- h of its farm hand, in the employ of Charley Atkinson, on an adjoining farm. Lost tortures and pains. Sunday her trunk and that of Colonel Baby's coming is made Igo wore packed to leave for Texas quick and easy. Its immediately after the marriage the action is doubly bene-i- f following day. Vficial used during the whole Secretly Miss Mary communicated with Dozier, and Sunday night by the period of pregnancy. light of the stars, she skipped with SENATOR J. C. 8. BLACKBURN. SI per bottle at all drug stores, or him to Lexington, where they were was overcome while passing from the married next morning. A few hours sent by mail on receipt of price. boat to his carriage and was taken later When CoL Igo went to claim his to his hotel in a state. promised bride he found that she had Books Free, containing valuable inforLater in the day he recovered suf- gone. The disappointed lover left at mation to all women, will be sent to any ficiently to talk and, Friday night once for Texas to run his ranch alone. address upon application by it was stated that he was out of danger In taking Dozier in preference to the and would probably be about in a few colonel the young lady sacrificed a The Bradffeld Regulator Co., days. It was stated that the senator's fortune. " heart was not involved as was at first Atlanta, G. THE SALARIES supposed, but that the indisposition was only the recurrence of an old Will Be Held Up by a Decision of KenLOUISVILLE BREATHES EASIER. tucky's Auditor of State. malady from which he has suffered beFrankfort, Ky., March 29. State flood Situation Improving fore. Many Auditor Stone held Monday that a bill 'n mi lira Ara UooihIhi. KENTUCKY FARMERS that becomes a law without the govLouisville, Ky., March 30. The ernor's signature does not become op- cheering intelligence Near Owensboro Removing Their Housecomes from hold Effects and Stock. erative till 90 days after the legislature above that the rivers are all falling Owensboko, Ky., March 25. The' adjourns, even if the bill does contain and that by Wednesday morning the water continues its steady rise of an an emergency clause providing that river here will ho on a decline. The inch an hour, and only lacks a foot of it shall take effect at once. This worst is over ami it was well that it the January flood stage. For 50 miles ruling will keep a number of people came just as it did for a couple of feet up and down the river the farmers including the Frankfort preachers, out more would havi! put the muddy vater have abandoned their houses, and of their money for three months, not- over the embankment along the river their stock has been removed to higher withstanding the legislature intended front between the f anil the foot ground. The small packets on Green they should be paid at once, and will of First street. All tins point would river are busy moving corn and stock. be a hardship to several men who have been submerged and r0) families A few feet more water and local packets worked all through the session de- rendered homeless. Shippingport will stop running, because landing pending on being paid at the end of even now is under water and the peoplaces are under water. At Owensboro the session, that they might meet act- ple are going to and from their houses there is no immediate danger except ual living expenses. in boats. to the cellulose factory, which could Six Kentucky Convlota Pardoned. cave-iat be wrecked by a thirty-foo- t Ky., March 20. Acting Frankfort, The banks, Gov. Worthington pardoned six noted a loss of about $200,000. however, have been protected by sand criminals Friday. They were as folbags, and a force of men are ready lows: John Wilberton, Campbell with more. Only a severe windstorm county, obtaining money under false will do any great damage. The wheat pretensos; Eugene Lair, Grant county, prospect, which was the best for years manslaughter; Howard Little, Pike in all th bottom lands of Indiana and county, murder; M. Hatfield, Pike Kentucky, has been ruined. county, murder; John Jones, Fulton county, murder; Henry Fugate, Perry BUI Vetoed. Frankfort. Ky., March 25. Lieut. county, murder. Gov. Worthington, acting governor in Shooting at a Church. the absence of Gov. Bradley, Thursday Beattyvh.le, Ky., March 29. Durbill. The ing a meeting at a church eight miles vetoed the bill was introduced by Mr. Walker, of from here Jefferson Johnson shot Owensboro, and was passed in both Andrew Strong in the head, and it is houses by an overwhelming majority. thought that he can not live. Both It is vetoed on constitutional grounds. are young men and had been on the Rear Admiral F. M. Ramsey, U. S. Navy. The measure was stringent in its pro outs for some time. Johnson is a son Slight Earthquake Shocks. visions and made it an offense to have of Hon. T. C. Johnson, an attorney of Fiianklix, Ky.. March 30. Two very cigarettes or cigarette material in pos- this place. Strong's father is Judge distinct earthquake shocks were felt session, as well as to manufacture, Alex. Strong, of Lee county. here Tuesday morning at 7 o'clock. sell, loan or use the same. It would Backwater Snrronnds Sturgls. Houses were shaken considerably and a great blow to the tobacco have been Sturois, Ky., March 29. The Ohio pictures trembled on the walls. No trade if it had become a law. river is still rising at the rate of an damage was done. May Call an Extra Session. inch an hour, and Caseyville is already Earthquake shocks were felt all Frankfort, Ky., March 25. It was partly submerged. Merchants and cit- through Kentucky Tuesday. At Adair-vill- e rumored here Friday night that Gov. izens are preparing to move out, as the shock was sevcro and lasted Bradley, before the late adjournment there is no prospect of the water comminutes, the vibrations beof the legislature, held a conference ing to a stand before the danger line for several south to north. At Elk ton ing from with Speaker Beckham and other legis- is reached. The backwater is all about the shock was not so great, but many lators, and intimated that in case of Sturgis, which is five miles from the big buildings were felt to shake and war, which he believes is nearly cer- Ohio. quiver. The shocks were felt between tain, an extra session of the legislaSenator Lindsay's Idea. S o'clock. 7:30 and ture would be called. The extra sesLouisville, Ky., March 28. The folThe Outlook Encouraging. sion, it is presumed, would be called to lowing statement bearing on the SpanMmDLKsnoKOUGii, Ky., March SO. make provision for a better equipment ish situation was received here from One suspected case developed at the of the state troops. Senator William Lindsay: "The prop- detention hospital Monday; four Driven Oat By High Water. er course for this government to purwere released; casas remaining, Newport, Ky., March 23. The sue is to recognize the independence homes of more than 500 families of of the Cubans and follow that up by 53. Situation continues to improve. have Newport were surrounded by water at such assistance as they may require to Surgeon Wertenbakcr expects to quar everything in shape to raise the daylight Saturday morning. So great bring peace on the island." antine by the latter part of the week. was the rise during the night that at Shot From Ambush. Business is reviving rapidly. daybreak many families found themLivingston, Ky., March 29. William Child Burned to Death. selves compelled to desert their homes. Hundley, who shot and killed John Stuiigis, Ky., March 30. The The water had reached Fifth street Lawrence at Brush creek, this county, daughter of Chris. Heine, of Saturday afternoon and surrounded about a month ago, was fired upon 14 the houses at the corner of Isabella times from behind a pile of cross ties, Caseyville, was burned to death by her Third and Fourth streets while waiting for a train at Brush clothes catching fire from an open and Fifth. grate, where she was playing. No one are both under water. creek Sunday. He is only slightly was near, 'and when the other memKentucky Sharpshooters. wounded. bers of the family appeared" a horrible Pleasantville, Ky., March 28. In Two Tired of Life. sight met theireyes. She was literally the event of war with Spain, Isaac N. Louisville, Ky., March 29. Two burned to a crisp. Johnson, captain of the Sixth Ken- residents of Louisville, who were tired Sel Cochran Captured. tucky infantry during the civil war, of life, ended it Monday morning. Mayfield, Ky., March 30. Chief of and author of "Four Months in Libby," Val Roth, a printer, despondent bewill ask President McKinley's permis- cause out of work, hanged himself, Police McNutt is in receipt of a telesion to organize a company of volun- while Theodore Carter, a war veteran, gram from Hot Springs, Ark., announcing the capture of Kufus Frankteer Kentucky sharpshooters. erazed by rheumatism, shot himself. lin, alias Sel Cochran, wanted in CalChild Scalded to Death. A Boy Murderer. loway county for the murder of Noah Albany, Ky., March 29. At Water-vieHopkinsviClk, Ky., March 29. Alex. Story William Kelly a few years Cumberland county, Jessie Har-ge- r, Beeves, aged 14 years, shot and ki lied ago. and A reward of SOOO is offered for aged fonr years, pulled a pot of Jesse Lang, aged 12, at Longview Sun- his capture. boiling coffee over. Her mouth was day evening. Beeves is in jail and Poisoned by Eating a Weed. open and the coffee scalded her mouth, claims it was accidental. The verdict Paducau, Ky., March 30. Mrs. Florthroat and face so that she died in a of the coroner's inquest says the shootence Smith, of Unionville, I1L, three short time. ing was unjustifiable. miles from the city, aged 20 years, was Lynching Party After Dyer. Examined for Weapons. she by Paintsvili.e, Ky., March 2ft A Htden, Ky., March 29. Every one poisoned was eating a weed which was greens. The weed lynching party is after Everett Dyer, who enters the courthouse here during thought womwho shot and killed Charles Anderson, the present term of the circuit court is made into.a salad and the young deputy sheriff of Magoffin county Sat- searched for weapons. Guards are an lived but a few hours after partakurday, while Anderson was attempting stationed at the door for this purpose. ing of it. She leaves a husband and one child. to arrest Dyer. Bayers Scarce at Sale of Trotters. Only Fifteen Years Old, Used Bed Ink. Lexisotoh, Ky., March 30. The Hopkinsville,' Ky., March 28. The 28. The Louisville, Ky., March jury in the case of Edward Carney, on Woodward & Shanklin spring sale of First regiment, Kentucky state guards, trial in the circuit court charged with trotters began Tuesday. Seventy-seve- n preparing for war. Col. Castleman, unlawfully detaining a woman, re- head brought S8.7S0, an average of S114. is commanding, issued an order for cap- turned a verdict of guilty and sending The highest price realized was S48Q for tains of companies to be present at the him to the penitentiary for a term of Ezyptienne; 2:18 by Membrino King. armory from 8 to 9 o'clock p. m., daily, two years. He is only 15 years old The attendance of buyers was not for the purpose of enlisting men to large and the stock of medium quality. an influential family. complete the compliment authorized and belongs to Mine Inspector Morlng. Osacer Shot to Death. combany. The order bv law for each Fbaxkfort, Ky., March SO. The Sai.yebsville, Ky., March 2ft. in red ink. was written Charles Anderson, depnty sheriff of work of removing the state mine inConvicts iBBOcnlated Against Disease. spector's office and the geological surKy., Mareh 26. Peni this coaaty, while on the Middle Fork vey effects to Lexington in accordance Frankfort, morning, was road tentiary Surgeon Bruner has vacel death Friday man said to be shot to with the recent legislative act, began Everett nated 800 convicts during the last three Dwyer. by a Tuesday morning. There is no further days. rumor of any injunction to prevent Laandry Barns. Heavy Frost. ... Ky., March 25. At 1 the change; Henderson. y I'tMt OSiees. Louisville, Ky., "March 36. Hearyj asclock Fridav mornintr E. S. Hollo-frosts fell here Thursday night, doing WAsnixoMafch 33. The follow-in- g way's steam laundry was destroyed by considerable damage to the gardeners new posttfeflfecs have been estab$3,500, of Jefferson county and hipping the fire. The outfit was valued at to the lished in Kentucky: Ivy, Boll county, with no insurance. Laundry fruit trees that had started to bud. amount of $500 was burned. The build-in- W. H. Mason, postmaster; Bratcbcr, Reports from the state indicate there A. Bratcbcr, postwas owned by Mrs.- Meyer, of Cin- - Grayson county, J. were frosts in all sections. The damwas val- - master. age to fruit can not be estimated, bat einnatL It was gutted, and Wealthy Fanner Dead. it is not thought to have been severe. ed at 13,500, Partly insured. Owentox. Ky., March 30. John Mar Vacclaatkra Order. Coaaty Baying Taraplkea. Bath ston. one of Owen county's wealthiest. Shelbyville, Ky., Frankfort, Ky., March 26. The eouncii held a special March 96.andCity farmers,dicd Monday night a t his hoase ormeeting Bath county fiscal court has contractfor one mile from tows, of coBsuanBtio.,. ed for turnpikes, to the amount of 192,' dered compBlsory vacciaatioa the He leaves a wife aad five children. an, wotaaa aad child is every 00. Three roae are yet to be pur-str. abased. ftWe prist jack bills. and wife should know about the preparation that for half a century has been helping expectant mothers bring little ones into the world without SACRIFICED A FORTUNE. danger and the hundred and one Blary Kllcn Fled, the Night Before Hei discomforts and distractions Weddtnc, With a Plowboy. incident to child-birtIt Richmond, Ky., March 23. Near h. 1 EVERY BRiDE mum Mother's Friend 1 . y 50,-0- t cut-of- ts three-year-o- ld ? - a ALL WOMEN Here is a man God fashioned he lift it, bleeding and pajn.truck? to make a plow. There is a That wound in the foot decides that he Should know that tho X muni man uotl fashioned to make a be sedentary in his life, decides that ho "Old Time" Remedy, The man who makes be a student That wound by the glass Wilh Ishmacl, Through the Desert and constitution. the foot decides that he shall the plow is just as honorable as the S.O03 cirn wanted. I will ths Lesson It Teaches. John Kitto, who shall pro man who makes the constitution. piva one dollar an. I s'xiy cents par There is a woman who was made to vide the best religious encyclope birrel for I.OJO barrels of corn delivshi nu a robe, and yonder is.one in dia the world has ever had pro an;l Thirsty ered at the I'iljyrinriye D stillery dur- rootaor:, 1Vr:iry to Heaven for Abraham's Noiiriah-luni- it tended to be a que in and wear it. It vided, and, with his other writings ing tlu months of March and April. seems to me that in the one case as in as well, throwing a light upon the and Found It Interesting Sermon by Kcv. Tulm.ie, I). I). Jxo. W. Mu.r.i'.!!, Jljrr. the other, God appoints the sphere, Word of God such as has come from no and the needle is just as respectable other man in this century. Oh, mother. Our plan is a new application of an principle, and is based up A. D. Eilis soM a calf to J. II. Kera-ps- r I do not mother, that little hand that wanders Dr. Talmage's sermon Sunday was n His sight as the scepter. on the actual experience of successful life insurance companies, cover for ZD. over your face may yet be lifted to hurl Gen., xxi., 10: "And God opened her know but that the world would long ing a period of over 200 years. The same principles govern both, onl- yISettor keep a Tew hens well, than a Dyes, and she saw a well of water; and o have been saved if some of the thunderbolts of war or drop benedicmany only half right. he went and filled the bottle with men out of the ministry were in it, and tions! That little voice may blas mat WE pay while you LIVE. or some of those who are in it were out pheme God in the grogshop ISowen Fox bought several horses water and gave the lad drink." to the Loras nosts the cry "rorwards Morning breaks upon of it I really think that THEY pay when you DIE. .Monday rallying' from $75 to S10J. Is the best for Penile Troubles. Corrects all There is an early stir in the house of world may be divided into two quar- as they go out for their last victory. Irregularities in Female Organs. Should bo WE offer the INVESTMENT features. 30 & Allen bought of Cotton & old Abraham. There has been trouble ters those who have not found their My mind this morning leaps Lyon taKen ror Cbaote of Life and neiore Moore 37 cattle at 42.59 per among the domesties. Hagar, an as- sphere, and those who having found it, years ahead, and 1 see a merchant Plaatere "Old Tine" Remedies have stood the THEY protect in case of DEATH. One stroke test for twenty years. How prince of New York. household, and her son, are not willing to stay there. sistant in the head. many are struggling for a position a of his pen brings a ship out of Canton. Made only by New Spencer Medicine Co., Ch&t- With them, death is the moving factor, causing the payment of the; a brisk lad of 10 years, have become It.nigman ISro's.. sold to Young I'ro's., impudent and insolent, and Sarah, little higher than, that which God in Another stroke of his pen brings a ship policy; with us, a definite and fixed mathematical rule, in lieu of death, of adair, a bunch of short yearlings at the mistress of the household, puts her tended them. The bondswoman wants in Madras. He is mighty in all the 3 foot down very hard and saj's that to be mistress. Hagar keeps crowding money markets of the world. Who is For sale by R. E. MeRoberts, Lancaster matures the policy. Itrauham llcazley bought 20 shoats they will have to leave the premises. Sarah. The small wheel of a watch he? He sits on Sabbaths beside you in of various parties, averaging 123 lbs. They are packing up now. Abraham, beautifully went treading its golden- church. My mind leaps SO years for R. KINNAIRO'S knowing that the journey before pathway wants to be the balance- ward from this time, and I find myself c. at 3 They figure on so many men out of a thousand dying we figure his servant and her son will be wheel, and the sparrow with chagrin in a relief association. A great multi Alex Gibbs bought of Sam Embry a very long and across desolate places, drops into the brook because it can tude of Christian women have met to on so many policies, They kill the man we kill the policy. bunch of usee shoats, averaging 125 in the kindness of his heart sets about not, like the eagle, cut a circle under gether for a generous purpose. Iliere is no reason why a man should die to reap the ben- There is one woman in that crowd putting up some bread and a bottle the sun. lbs., at :: In the Lord's army we all want to be who seems to have the confidence fib of his investment. Representing Over W. A. and IL A. Ilcazlej' sold to Col. with water in it. It is a very plain I brigadier generals! The sloop says: of all the others, and they all provides, We return an average of $2.30 for every dollar paid us, and yet we a load of heavy hogs aver- lunch that Abrahamwould have but been "More mast, more tonnage, more can look up to her for counsel and warrant you there 100 lbs. at 3 c. aging assume an obligation less than one-thias great as has been assumed tnough of it had they not lost their vas. Uh, that I were a topsail schoon- for her prayers. Who is she? This In the following Fire Insurance and paid for years by the leading life insurance brig, or a Cunard afternoon you will find her in the W. 11. Iturton sold a nice way. '"God be with you!" said old er, or a companies of Amerid h-school, while the teacher tells her steamer!" And so the world is filled combined mare Monday-- to lirown Abraham, as he gave the lunch to Companies and a good many charges as to with cries of discontent, because we that Christ, who clothed the naked, lSro's., e; Nicholas vili, at 1C5. how she should conduct the journey. are not willing to stay in the place and fed the hungry, and healed the Ulna of Hartford. Alex Gibbs bought of Taylor Raney Ishmael, the boy, I suppose, bounded where God put us and intended us to sick. My mind leaps forward 30 years Only about twenty (20) per cent, of the people are insurable. Only and others of that neighborhood, a lway in the morning light. Rovs Queen of America. be. My friends, be not too proud to from now, and I find myself in an Af the sound and healthy, who least need it's advantages, can obtain nice lot ot llo lo. shoats at . 4 c per like a change. Poor Ishmael! He do anything God tells you to do;for the rican jungle, and there is a missionary National of Hartfort. life insurance. Why should there not be a means provided whereby pound. has no idea of the disasters that are lack of aright disposition in this re- of the cross addressing the natives, and Phenix of Brooklyn. of him. Hagar gives one long, spect the world is strewn with wonder their dusky countenances are irradi the o'ch r eighty (So) per cent, of the population can carry au invest The many failures in the poultry ahead Hartford of Hartford. lingering look on the familiar place ing Hagars and Ishmaels. God has ated with the glad tidings of great ment the same as the favored few who can get life insurance? Our misbusiness are due to being in too great where she had spent so many happy given each one of us a work to do. Who is he? Did joy and salvation. Manchester of England. a Lurry. Commence at the bottom days, each scene associated with the You carry a scuttle of coal up that you not hear his voice in the sion is to open the door to the entire population to enjoy the same or Connecticut of Hartford. dark alley. You distribute that Chris- opening song of your church service? an I work your way up. pride and joy of her heart, young Ishgreater benefits for an equal or less expenditure, considering the adMy mind leaps forward 30 years from tian tract. You give $10,000 to the North British and Merchantiie. If you are contemplating trying the mael. vantage to be derived, and that those advantages may be enjoyed during The missionary cause. iou lor i; years now, and I find myself looking through The scorching noon comes on. German American of New Turk. secrets of artificial incubation, don't air is stilling and moves across the sit with chronic rheumatism, display the wickedness of a prison. I see a Liverpool expect, the machine to hatch gold dol Jcsert with insufferable suffocation. and London and Globe. life by the one making tbc investment. every crime. His ing the beauty of Christian submis face scarred with lars out of the eggs Whatever God calls you to, chin on his open palm, his elbow on Ishmael, the boy, begins to complain sion. I also represent the old reliable SUCCEEDS SUCCESS. down, but Hagar rouses him whether it win hissing or huzza; his knee a picture of despair. As I ThkUkcokd is prepared to print nico, and lies up, saying nothing about her own whether to walk under triumphal open the wicket he starts, and I hear New York Life r.c.it hors; cards at reasonable prices tells That our plan is popular and based upon sound business Owners of stallions an Jacks in Har- - weariness or the sweltering heat; for arch or lift the sot out of the ditch; his chain clank. The Trudge, whether it be to preach on a Pentecost me that he has been in there three is evidenced by our large and increasing membership, as shown raru and adj ming counties will earn mothers can endure anything.dead level or tell some wanderer ot the street times first for theft, then for arson, trudge, trudge. Crossing the many a dollar by advertising their af the desert, how wearily and slowly of the mercy of the Christ of Mary cind now for murder. He steps upon by our remarkable 'Exhibit of Growth, See literature. stock in The Kkcokd. SP1NG the trap door, the rope is fastened to the miles slip! A tamarind that seemed Magdalene; whether it be to weave We court the clysest scrutiny and most thoroug investigation. No Mr. Lswis McKrayer has bought hours ago to stand only just a little garland for a laughing child on a his neck, the plank falls, his body statement made that cannot be verified by actual results. Ilar.rods-burg'- s ahead, inviting travelers to come under spring morning and call her a Mary swings in the air, his soul awings off through Hue, Curte5 fc Co.. live real estate agency, the old its .shadow, now is as far oil as ever, or Queen, or to comb out the tangled into eternity. Who is he, and where is upon the locks of a waif of the street and cut up he? This afternoon playing kite on seeniinglv lVter D.mii farm, 313 acrrs, near Mc- desert, andso.the Night drops travelers are pillow- - one of your old dresses to fit her out the city commons. Mother, you are now Afee, at S43 an acre. Mr. Mell'-ayeThe endorsement given this Company by the investment of bankers, law Ishmael. very weary, I suppose, for the sanctuary do it, and do it hoisting a throne or forging a chain; less. will move to the place in a few days. instantly falls asleep. Hagar, as the and do it right away. Whether it be you are kindling a star or digging a doctors, The Blue Grass Nurseries offer yers, merchants, ministers, vocation railroad ismen, mechanics in fact, men of Harrodsburg Democrat. business sagacity in every of life an evidence of the soundness of shadows of the night begin to lap over a crown or yoke, do not fidget. Ever dungeon. for Orchard, Garden our system. A Christian mother a good many everything A man may succeed well upon 30 or each other Hagar hugs her weary boy lasting honors upon those who do their and I,avn. No Agents. 101 acrs of laud; he doubles the size to her bosom and thinks of the fact work, and do their whole work, and years ago sat teaching lessons of re ACTVAI, RESULTS, AND OPINIONS OF SOME OF OUR CERsphere in which ligion to her child, and he drank in are in the are contented in her of his farm, but it is only to find that that it isA fault that they ever fall God has put them; the Strawberries and general nursery while there is wan- those lessons. She never knew that star looks out, and desert TIFICATE HOLDERS. he makes no more money than he did in" tear is kissed with a sparkle. A dering, and exile, and desolation, and Lamphier would come forth and estab Catalogues on application to be "ore, for his theories did not hold in wing of wind comes over the hot earth wilderness for discontented Hagar and lish the Fulton-stree- t Rev. J. V. Riley, of Mortonsville, Ky., says: "I have had an investtnentk prayermeeting, V. F. HILLENMEYER, in the Southern Mutual Investment Co., of Lexington, Ky., for more than thre practice. The exception comes to him and lifts the locks from the fevered Ishmael. and by one meeting revolutionize the Again, I find in this Oriental scene a devotions of the whole earth and thrill who takes to stock raising. Lexington, Ky years. I have had 23 couoons to mature by redemption, which cost ma less brow of the boy. Hagar sleeps fitfully than 500.03, and returned to me 1,410,00." The draft horse does the work of the and in her own dreams travels over lesson of sympathy with woman when the eternities with his Christian inllu Telephone, 279. goes forth trudging in the desert ence. Lamphier said it was his mother her and Lexington, Ky., September 10, 1S07. farm most satisfactorily, and with less the weary dav, out half awakes"Ish she a great change What it was for this who brought him to Jesus Christ, bho son by crying in her sleep, To whom it may concern. expense and worry; sell higher and mael! Ishmael! Hagar! Iherc was the tent, and all never had an idea that she was leading KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS This is to certify, that my husband, W. F. White, about three years ago, inmore readily; costs less to get him oh, Rut And so they go on dav after day and the surroundings of Abraham's house, forth such destinies. vested in the Southern Mutual Investment Co. Since that time there have ready for market: service fee is not ght after night, for they have lost beautiful and luxurious, no doubt when I sec a mother reckless Garrard Lodere No. 20. Knight been 20 coupons to mature, on which the Company has paid his estate 1,021.00. high; he costs less time and work to their way. No path in the shifting Now she is going out into the hot of Her influence, rattling on toward sands: no sign in the burning sky. sands of the desert. Oh, what a change destruction, garlanded for the sacrifice of Pythias, meets every Thursday These coupons cost his estate less than $700,00 to mature them. I am pleased break him. The sack empty of Hour; the water it was! And in our day we often see with unseemly mirth and godlessness, night in Odd bellows hall. All vis with the investment he made, and am still carrying 04 coupons in the Company Farmers take notice. Don't give srone from the bottle, hat shall she the wheel of fortune turn. Here dancing on down to perdition, taking Mary E. White. any order for wire fence or fencing do? As she puts her fainting Ishmael some one who lived in the very bright her children in the same direction. iting Knights are traternally inv li. a. Jswinebroad, C. C. A Smith Browman, Mgr. machines until you see L. 15. Hughes, under a stunted shrub of the arid home of her father. She had every preparing them for a life of frivolity, tea. J. C. Hemphill, Agt., T nnnnctor to l can not help but say: "mere they go J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. who handles the best on the market plain, she sees the bloodshot eye, feels thing possible to administer Nn. TT CMlPfinsirlfV Call on or address I It. Hughes, Marks-burthere they go; Hagar and Ishmael!" the hot hand, and watches the blood her happiness plenty at the table, Lexington, Ky. Kentucky Garrard County Ky., or leave bursting from the cracked tongue, and- music in the drawing room, welcome I tell you there are wilder deserts than Assignees Notice. a She is led forth into life there is a shriek in the desert of lieer- at the door. in many of the fashion orders with J. R Haselden Lancaster, heba, "We shall die! We shall die!" by some one who can not appreciate able circles of this day. Dissipated Kentucky. Notice Is hereby given that as assignee of F, Now, no mother was ever made strong her. A dissipated soul comes and takes parents leading dissipated chu sit BLICKENSDERFER Oats and peas are good food for enough to hear her son cry in vain for a her out in the desert. Cruelties blot dren. Avaricious parents leadin L. Burdett assigned, I will said to rcceiv Burdett at sheep because they are not so heating drink. Heretofore she had cheered her out all the lights of that home circle avaricious children. I'rayerless pa claims against the estate of the law office of Lewis L. Walker in Lancaster. us more carbonateous food, like corn boy by promising a speedy end of the Harsh words wear out her spirits. The rents leading prayerless children Ky . on 25th day of April 1S98. All persons go through every street, having claims against said estate will prcseut and corn meaL The use of too much lournev. and even smiled upon him high hopes that shone out over the They mem at mat lime properly proven. heating food may cause a shedding of when she felt desperately enough. marriage altar while the ring was be up every dark alley, into every cellar, This March 16th lh'JS. do but plac ing set, and the vows given, and the along every highway. Hagar and Ish A. D. HUGHES, wool, and this may reduce the strength Now there is nothing to Assignee, him under a shrub and let him benediction pronounced, have all faded macl! And while I pronounce their march 18 4t. and vitality of the animal as well. she with the orange blossoms, and there names it seems .like the moaning of She had thought that dio. In ISSS my wife went East and was would sit there and watch until the she is broken hearted, thinking the desert wind: "Hagar and Ishmael!" Long Live Cuba. Built on strictly Scientific prinattacked with rheumatism. She receiv- spirit of her boy would go away for of past joj-- and present desolation and I learn one more lesson from this lnd., March 30. A ciples and of the highest grade maed no relief until she tried Chamber- ever, and then she would breathe out coining anguish. Hagar in the wilder- Oriental scene, and that is that thousand students of the Northern In every wilderness has a well in it diana Normal school and the citizens terials. DURABLE, PORTABLE, lain's Pain Ralm. Since that time we her own life on his silent heart; but as ness? tongue in You can Hagar and Ishmael gave up to die, Here is beautiful home. have never been without it We find the boy begins to claw his headed hy the city band, paraded th INVINCIBLE. addcan be and struggle in distor not think of of Hagar's heart sank as she it gives instant relief in eises of burns aonvand thirsthis mother to sAay him ed to it. Foranything thathas not been heard her child within her "Water principal streets of the city Tuesday begs years there tion, crying: night, carrying banners reading 'Lon and scalds and is never failing for all she can not endure the spectacle. She the suggestion of a single trouble. Waterl Waters' "All! she says, Spain, rheumatic and ncura pains. D. C puts him under a shrub and goes off a Rright and happy children fill the "my darling, there is no water. This live Cuba," and "Down with Sagasta. Simplicity in construction and not belonging to the Typewriter Trust an effigy labeled Premier Rn.vxT, Santa Yncz, CaL For sale by and begins to weep until all house with laughter and song. Rooks is a desert!" " And "then God's angel and the stars aud stripes floating at produce an honest product at an honest price. The Blickensderfer is with 1L E. MeRoberts, Lancaster Ky. the desert seems sobbing, and her cry to read. Pictures to look at Lounges said from the cloud: "What aileth the head of the procession. The crowd the only high grade machine at reasonable cost. Guaranteed longest. and to rest on. Cup of domestic joy full thee, Hagar?" And she looked up and The Richmond Pantagrapk says: Mr strikes clear through the heavens; marched to the court house' yard and Portability, Interchangeable Type, Doing Some features-Durabili- ty, Dark night drops. saw Him pointing to a well of water, there hung Sagasta in effigy. Speeches an angel of God comes out on a cloud and running over. J. W. Kales, whe represents a large and looks down upon the appalling Pillow hot Pulses flutter. Eyes close. where she filled the bottle for the lad. Perfect Alignwere made by a number of students away with Ribbon nuisance, Adjustable sattlc exporting firm in New York, grief and cries: "Hagar, what aileth And the foot whose welUknown steps Rlessed be God, that there is in every Manifolding. and endorsing the received a telegram Saturdpy advis- thee?" She looks up and she sees the on the door sill brought the whole wilderness a well, if you only know condemning Spain congress Tuesday. ment, Unexcelled taken by The only Typewriter receiving Highest Award at World's Fair. Iming him to discontinue shipment of angel pointing to a well of water, household out at eventide crying: how to find it fountains for all stand torches were, applied to the Then proved since. Adopted by Western Union Telegraph Co. cattle for the present owing to unset- where she fills the bottle for the lad. "Father's coming!" will never sound these thirsty souls. On that last effigy and it was burned. A long, deep day, on that great day of the feast, on the door sill again. SEND FOR CATALOGUE AND TESTIMONIALS.tled market caused by war situation. Thank God! Thank God! A Cautei Death. I learn from this oriental scene, in grief plowed through all the bright- Jesus stood and cried: "If any Kokomo. Peannt March 80. There were BRO'S., Gen. lnd., The Jessamine Journal says; Quite the first place, what a sad thing it ness of domestic lire. Paradise lost. man thirst, let him com; to' me 91S F. St, X. W. a number of good horses exchanged is when people do not know their Widowhood. Hagar in the wilderness. and drink." All these other fount two sudden deaths in the family of 25 E. Fayette St. fuDuring the How often is it we see the weak arm ains you find are mere mirages of the Rev. Richard Hassett. Washington, D. C. hands here last Monday. Geo. II. Tay- place and get too proud for their busi Baltimore, Md. gave of a son some lor sold to II. Ingram, of Indianayolis, ness! Hagar was an assistant in that of woman conscripted for this battle desert Paracelsus, you know, spent neral servicesgranddaughter one peanuta a to rule with the rough world. Who is she, go- his time in trying to find out the elixir lnd.t a seal brown Hack- household, but she wanted to keep her quiet. The nut lodged in jeered until you Are Going North, ney by little Swell for 125. Walter there. She ridiculed and same tricks. ing down the street in the early light of life a liquid, which, if taken, would the bronchial tube and was drawn into of the morning, pale with exhausting keep one perpetually young in this her son, Ishmael, got the Scotts sold a chesuut geiding, FIRE anfl LIFEINSURAN G K happiness and work, not half slept out with the slum- world, and would change the aged back the lung, producing death. Rv. Mr She dashed out her own to Wm. Peel for Pennsyl- threw Sarah into a great fret; and if bers of last night, tragedies of suffer- again to youth. Of course he was dis- Bassett represented this county in the You Are Going South, vania parties for $75 and $05. Joseph she had stayed much longer in that ing written all over her face, her lus- appointed; he .found not tho elixir, state legislature of 1S93, beingthe on.'y SPEB1GFIELD "Wallace bought of T. T. Leavelle a household she would have upset calm treless eyes looking far ahead, as Rut here I tell you of the elixir of colored man in the house. You Are Going East, My friends, though for the coming of some other everlasting life bursting from tho chesnut filly by Warlock, Abraham's equilibrium. A mail carrier who has reaelieu MARIN E FIRE of the trouble in the world to- trouble? Her parents call her Mary, "Rock of Ages," and that drinking price private. Circle City and Dawson You Are Going West;, day comes from the fact that people or Rertha, or Agnes, on the day when that water you shall never get old, and Skaguay from INSURANCE COMPANY. Monday being a very rainy day not do not know their place, or, finding they held her up to the font and you will never be sick, and you will says there is sufficient food in l&c to last the presca Klondike region PURCHASC TtCKCTS VIA TMC much was done on the streets. There their place, will not stay in it When the Christian minister sprinkled on never die. "Ho, every one that population two years. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO were HqO or COO cattle on the market we come into the world there is alway the infant's face the washings thirsteth, come ye to the waters." Ah, OF NEW YORK. Howard Gould was elected to mem but they were mostly withdrawn at a place ready for us. VA place for Abra of a holy baptism. Her name is chang- here is a man who says: "I believe all place for Sarah. A place for ed now. I hear it in the shuffle of the you say, but' I have been trudg bership in the New York Stock ex prices offered, only a few being sold. ham. A A Hagar. place for Ishmael. A place wornout shoes. see it in the "figure of ing along in the wilderness, and can Robinson & Hamilton Agts change a few days ago. The privilege Horses dull. J. C. Hays sold a for you and a place for me. the faded calico. I find it in the linea- find the fountain." Do you know the cost him about $21,000. It is not ex Office over Post Office. bunch of yearlings to the Messrs. duty is to find our sphere ments of the countenance. reason? I will tell you. You neve Our first pected that he will become an active Hendron, of Madison, which were our second is to keep it We may be Not Mary, nor Rertha, nor Agnes, but looked in the right direction. :: : Lancaster, Keniuckv. "Oh, broker, but that he sought member Louisville a Naaimtic R. It. about the only sale made of any conse- born in a sphere far off from the one Hagar in the wilderness, May God you sa "I have looked everywhere, ship so he could buy and sell his own quence. There were buyers for good for which God finally intends us. Six- - have mercy upon woman in her toils, I have looked north, south, east and securities at brokers' rather than cuscattle but the inclemency of the weath- tus V. was born on the low ground her struggles, her hardships, her deso- west and I haven't found the foun tomers' commission. The outsider swineherd; was of one per cent, er kept the batter quality away and and up toa wave a scepter.God called lation, and may the great heart of tain." Why, you are not looking in must pay Ferguson divine sympathy inclose her forever! the right direction at all. The Maximum to brokers as commission, but members Safety, we might say that court day in Lan him spent his early days in lookin Again, I find in this oriental scene caster was a failure so far as trading after sheep; God called him up to the fact that every mqther leads forth Most people know that gold is the most of the excliange pay to another broker widely distributed of all metals, being only 82 for each 100 shares of stock The Maximum was concerned, but the feeling was look after stars and be a shepherd tremendous destinies. Speed, handled. Though Iloward Gould is good and will hz better by April court. watching the flocks of light on the You saj-- : I have purchased the IE isn't an unusual found in almostof every country in tho not a speculator, he deals in securities jji .course, not in quan world, though, Comfort, The Maximum Lixcohx Itemes John Wilson sold hillsides of heaven. Hogarth began scene, a mother leading her child by tities which it would pay to dig. Now" sometimes owned by himself. Walker stable and am to John Fox a g'elding for $100. B. G. by engraving pewter pots; God raised the hand." Who is it that she is lead comes the startling disoovery that tha jjj prepared to furnish the to stand in the enchanted realm Ishmael, you say. Who is Ishmael? common The most powerful The Minimum Rates. Lox bought of P. W. Carter a harness him painter. The shoemaker's bench ing?great red clay of which bricks are the world is one which locomotive in A of a nation is to be founded a made contains gold at the rate of near- by the llrooks company has been built gelding for $100. B. N. Roller sold to held Rloomfield for a little while; but nation so strong thatfor the Great it' stands for J. II. liaughman his harness horse for God raised him to sit iiutbe chair of thousands of years against all the ar- ly a shilling's worth to the ton even, Northern railway. Some of the dimenRates, Time and all other laforsatioa wiQ $75, Mark Hardin bought of William a philosopher and Christian scholar. mies of the world. Egypt and Assyria in some cases, a- little more. In the sions of this gigantic machine are: be cheerfully furnuhed by , houses of London there arc at least 5, on the shortest notice, Lunsford a shorthorn cow for $35 and The soap boiler of London could not thunder against it, but in vain. Gaulus 000,000 tons Weight, 212,750 pounds; cylinders, 21 by C. P. ATMORC, Q. f.'aI; of brick. Make a little 34 a! Special attention given inches; driving wheels, 53 inches in a sow and pigs for $15. G. A. Swine-broa- d keep his son in that business, for God brings up his army; and his army is calculation at the rate of one shilling Or by Alexander decides upon a diameter; working boiler pressure, 210 sold at Danville Monday a yoke had decided that Hawley was to be one smitten. Commercial Travelers. and of the greatest astronomers of Eng campaign, brings up his hosts, and per ton,250,000 you will find that no less pounds. It is about as powerful as sis of oxen at 2 and a bull for $40 and than of the precious metal is ' . . gf the former popular 15 by 29 inch loT. SICE BENGE. bought a bunch of calves at $10. Lyon land. the other hand we may be born'in dies. On For a long while that nation monop- locked tightly up in the ujly red walk) comotives, and oan pull 7,700 tons on a & Allen sold at Danville Monday five a sphere a little higher than that for of London alone. Auctioneer, of Perryyille, olizes the learning of the world. It is level track. plain cattle at 4 Ihey which God intends us. We may be the nation of Arabs. Who founded it? Pbof. Sxei-s- says that the age of fish Will be on the street every County There is a tobacco store in the bought 17 long yearlings at $32 30 and born in a castle, and play in a costly Ishmael, the lad that Hagar led into is almost unlimited. As to the length Conrt Day and solicits the sales of the London, which has been conNOTICE TO CREDITORS. conservatory, and feed high-bred sold them the same day to Cobb & the wilderness. She had no idea she of the life of fish it is said. that the County. Will make it to your interbuilding without est to se me before seeing any other at $10 profit on the bunch. A. M. pointers, and angle for gold fish in was leading forth such destinies. ordinary carp," if not interfered with, ducted in the same same family, son All partieg'hft'ving claims against the assign- auctioneer. artificial ponds, and be familiar with Neither does any mother. You pass would live about 500 years. He says change and by the Feland has a mare which is 23 years God may better have along the street and see and pass boys that there are now living in the Royal succeeding father, since the reign ol ed estate of W. A. Todd will present the same old end which has raised 13 fine colts the princess; a yet Charles II. fitted us for carpenter s shop, or den aquarium girls who will yet make Russia HOOD, to me at Wallaceton, Ky., or my attorney, Wm. and is now suckling and 19th one. Sev- tist's forceps, or a weaver's shuttle, or and with their influence. the earth are known in be over several carp that 600 years old and quake to SURGEON-DENTISAbout forty tons of letters pass daily McC. Johnson, at Lancaster, Ky.. on or before eral of the mules she has raised have a blacksmith's forge. The great thing Who is that boy at Sutton Pool, Plythat he has ascertained, in a number sold for $100 each at a yearling and one is to find just the sphere for which God mouth, Eng., barefooted, wading down of cases, that whales live to be over 200. through the general post office, Lon- May 1st, 1896. This Feb. '23rd, 1S98. LANCASTER, KY don. GEO. A. BALLARD, Office oyer J. C. ThompMa's Jewelry store; them brought him $125 at that age. intended us, and then to occupy that into the slush and slime, until his bare years old. The ordinary goldfish has tf Aulgnee W.A.Todd. ob SasTille street. We print dodgers, sphere, Inte-io- r 4t and occupy it Jorercr. foot comes upon ft piece of glass aa4 also been known to.Uve pver 100 yean, Journal I CAOAI THE JOURNEY mu uiuua iijilui I AMR QT!n' MaTCQ OF HAG AB, Mta Mill Hisit OF LEXINGTON, KY. ul-:- THE Co., Reer-shcb- one-ha- INSURANCE IS A LAW OF AVERAGE. Ilot-inso- Insurance Agency 557,000,000 rd d Sabbat- Ha-?a- r, OTTIfc MISSIOIV. y insurance NOTHING LIKE 1 jail-keep- 1898. Trees, Plants, Vines Others Make Money. Why Not You? r Reer-sheb- m TYPEWRITER. y s PRICE, $35.00. Line-Spacer, bow-sho- t, - MOORE Agts. d, If one-ha- lf MB If If 1 vt-rj one-eigh- (hew livery. I l of of of of - I Very Best Rigs CAPT. W. BOTTOM 1,000-poun- d c. t, Lil-lar- d J. T,