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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 8, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898040801_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 8, 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. VOI,VME IX. Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster. Ky., as Second Class Matter. 2f UMBER rog5l,SLiag!,1UM' ; LANCASTER, KY., i F FID AY, APRIL, i 8. 1806. 1 We print shipping tags. Sat-u- We print jack bills. - "ffiT 9. a New Departure. i IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. We now have the ebrated celWe 1 The band will give a concert in May. J Millinery openings tomorrow, lay. r print statements. small-po- x We print horse bills. S. T. Maple shade trees for sale by J. Thompson. Evans'. C. County Treasure. The Fiscal Court elected 'Squire W. IL Kinnaird treasurer for the county to fill tho vacancy ctuisad by the resignation cf V. T. West. GRAND OPENING he scare is dying out. Stanford now has six bar rooms. Fresh garden seed at A heavy snow fell Monday night. 200,000 trick for sale. Greening & Northern seed Irishjiotatoes at SI Pence, Stanford, Ky. per bushel at Gaines'. See J. R. Ilaselden's Hue of disc har Which is made with springs. They All varieties of Landreth garden Wanted, car load of Irprif Bones and rows, best and cheapest on the market. seed, in bulk, at Gaines'. Rags. H.'B. Northcott are made to hold up about 1,000 Ladies I want to see you all at my pounds more than the old style Wanted, Veal Calves. Will go to I would like to do your plain sewBtore Saturday, April 9th. Mrs. Moocountry and buy. IL B. Northcott. ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. dy Harden. wagon. It adds to the life of wheels, bed and gear. Call and Clover, oats, timothy, bluegrass and Headquarters for Deering Binders, Sam T. Evans has the largest orchard grass always on hand at Mowers an I threshing machines at G. line of buggies and phaetons ever see it. ' Gaines. S. Gaines. brought to Lancaster. Save your or Tell your neighbors to come to my ders for him. Eggs for Hatching. opening Saturday, April 9th. Mrs. From prize wining Black Minorcas Murdered at Marcellua.. Moody Harden. R. L. Elkin The expense account of farmers, by AND IM- Rev. T. IL Campbsll preached an ex 15 eggs for Sl.00. grinding plow points at C. K Poindex-ter's- . The old soldiers hereabouts are like cellent sermon at the union meeting When they hear in the Presbyterian church Sunday old circus horses. A La Eve. the music they want to go. evening. Sam Jones savs if the women keep Fur to Fly. All truck planted by the hasty gard on cutting their dresses off at the tops A vote on local option will be taken to attend balls, and trimming off the eners has been killed and the energetV. I. Williams, Col. W.G. Welch. ic fellows will have to do all their in Richmond June 11, and the Register bottoms to rile bicycles there will Lancaster. Stanford. says the election will be red hot. work over. soon be no clothing left Bourbon Steam Laundry. Co. are turn W. J. Romans Carriage Danville Steam Laundry. Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the ing out buggies and all kinds of veSmith & Currey, Agents for Danville hicles cheaper than ever offered in Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your Steam Laundry. We ship every day. tf . We send Lancaster before. orders at Sweeney's store. and deliver Law, Satisfaction guaranteed. Work called Plants, riants, Plants. My fine red Durham Bull will make for and delivered. tf I wiil have the earlest and best the season of 1898 at my place one LANCASTER, KY. of tomatoes and Cabbage plants mile from Lancaster, atS00. Money Crow Wants to Fight. as soon as the weather will permit due when services are rendered. James "Crow" Dillon has made for there being set out Geo Smith, tf. Geo. W. Evans. mal application to Gov. Bradley for permission to raise a company of cavPremium Some say the peach crop will not be alry to be known as the "Bradley Hus Wanamakcr & Brown are giving killed by the recant cold snap, but sars." Crow "nt" through the last how it is to withstand the snow, ice each customer from S3 to $5, in the war but wants to go again. and cutting north winds is hard to price of suits, as the customer saves Second Assistant Kditor. understond. that much and gets a perfect fit. M. D. Hughes, Agent. Col. W. P. Walton, the brainy editor A torpid liver robs you of ambition of the Stanford Journal, is the happy General Gordon at Stanford. and ruins your health. Da Witt's Litfather of another boy. The young tle Early Risers cleanse the liver, cure If you see this before tonight, get gentleman arrived Sunday and has constipation and all stomach and liver, ready and go to Stanford to hear Gen. been named Miller Owsley, in honor troubles. Stormrs' Drug Store, lm Gordon's lecture. His subject will be of his maternal grand and great-gran- d First Days of the Confederacy" fathers. Here's toMiller'a good health, ,'The The receipts in Collector Yerkes' instead of "The Lost Cause," as we his parent's good health and may they office for the month of March aggregat- said in last issua. all live long and prosper. ed S20l,2S4,25, divided as follows: lists, BEAZLEY & BAUGHMAN. S37L20; Ber, 8i5; Spirits $'.09,02). IS; Destroyed the Petition. Hustling and Accomodating. As stated in last issue, Capt Hern-- d Cigars, S1G.C0; Bottling, Stamps, S32C; Charley Frisbie is both a hustling m produced a formal application at Tobacco, 5466,50; Specisls, S2J9.17. UNDERTAKERS and accomodating young fellow. Last the recent Cuban meeting and asked I have just received a new and com- those who wanted to fight to sign it Sunday he hirel a bugsry and went to and dealer in plete line of Spring and Summer mil- Those up in front felt bound to sign, Stanford after daily papers for many linery and would le pleased to have and did so, but the paper cannot be of our citizens who wanted the latest Carpets, &c. my friends and customers call and 'ex- found. It surely is not possible that war news. It is seldom you find a Respt. amine them. man these days who would walk across the warriors bold want to get out of town to accomodate anybody, to say Mrs. A. S. Haselden, Apr 1, lm Bryantsviile, Ky. going. n ithing of going to expense to'do a favor. Florence Farm Wagon Ihe greatest Disc Harrow on the Col. Louis Landram runs the most market, at G. S Gaines'. thorougly independent papor that ever anybody read nonpolitic.il in the true Come to my opening Saturday, April sence of the term. He is the gallant 9th. Mrs. Moody Harden. son of a noble sire thelatj lamented and illustrious Gen. W. J. Landram, who was for many long years the ric- ognized leader of republicanism in Kentucky. The Lancaster Record, however, has opinions of its own, re gardless of antecedents and rips a re publican up the back frequently with as much apparent avidity as the blood thirsty Indian used to scalp the first settlers in Kentucky. The Record states its position as plain as an old shoe upon all questions of interest to the public and in the display of wisdom in its columns there is apparent a fountain of wit and originality of expression that is really and truly refreshing. Louis Landram is one of the best fellows in the world, any way you take him, and is consequently a favorite with everybody. Joe Watters in Harrodsburg S lyings. Dripping Springs. J. Mort Rothwell has a large force of carpenters at work on the Dripping Springs proparty and will soon have p the place in shape. 'Ihe hotel proper is being entirely overhauled, covered, new p )rches erected and will be painted. The rooms will be newly papered and new furniture placed in every rom The ball room, stables and "Governor's Lodge" will all receive attention from the carpenters and painters. Mr. Rothwell has able "backing" and will spare no expense s in making the resort in ev ery respact The road leading to the Springs from the Crab Orchard pike will ba leveled and covered with grav el and will be kept in good condition the entire slimmer. Mr. Rothweh's mother, who is con ceded to Le the best manager of culina ry matters in Kentucky, will have supervision of the hotel and this alone s insures service in both dining room and hotel. The opening oi this resort will furnish Lancasters peop'.e an opportunity to enjoy an occasional few day's recreation and they have the assurance of getting the best to cat that the market affords and their patronage will be apprec'-atetip-tofirst-clasfirst-clas- Our Treat. ATUlAUPllL New Spring and Summer Dry Goods. We are showing Nice Assortments of Domestic and Foreign Dress Goods, consisting of Crepons, Coverts, Poplins, Novelty Suitings, Bayaderes, Grenadines, Plain and Changable Taffeta Silks in all the Leading Shades. A large variety of Fancy Silks for Waists. Black Satin Duchess, Brocades, and Stripes for skirts. Linings and Trimmings to match. Our line of J. R. Haselden. HARDWARE PLEMENT HOUSE. Lancaster, Ky. nov-25-t- f. welci i mils, Attorneys at y var-iet- All business attended to promptly. Consists of Percales, Penangs, Ginghams, Madris Cloths, Cheviots, Scotch Lawns, India Linens, plain and fancy Dimities, plain and fancy Swiss, plain and fancy Organdies, White Pique, Etc. Table Linens, Napkins, Lace Muslin and Holland Curtains, Hosiery, Ladies' and Children's Vests, Kid and Silk Gloves, Ribbons, Laces, Corsets, Fans Umbrellas, Parasols and many other items. Our prices range from the Lowest Grade to the Finest Qualities. Remember, Our Goods are BRAND NEW. We extend a cordial invitation to all to call and inspect our Stock and Prices. We are selling Clothing and Shoes at Closing Out Prices. Furniture, Lancaster, Ky. d. The Logan Dry Goods Go. AT W. T. WEST'S OLD STAND GREAT WSM SiE SUE. Dampened Their Powder. The report that Jim Hamilton wou'd go to every windy, patriot and offer him a blank to enlist and fiht, has dampened the patriotism of e mmy or the gas bags. Those who want to fiht will bo given the opportunity to d) so and as its time for action and not words every man will be given a chance. No gassing but fight. store-stovable-bodi- 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 at a big Cash Discount. These shoes range in price from $4. to $7. We will give you Choice of the lot for $3. These shoes are This Come early and get first choice. in every Respect. TJp-to-Da- Good for Butler. Butler Engleman's recent roast in his Leaf letter about merchants .sending to foreign concerns for printing has had the effect of bringing back to us three old and two new customers. Butler is a mighty clever fellow and uever did but one mean trick in his life. That was putting a drove of cows in Alex Ely's shop at Paint Lick Ely always blamed the one night writer with it, but it was Butler's job. te line consists of TZici 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 Florsheim & 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. Premium. Your premium is g'.vjn this season in low prices and extra quality of your suit of goods. Prices as low as in low tariff days. A reduction is giv en from ordinary prices The object is to sell and we are doing it Come and sive a few dollars. Satisfaction No guaranteed in fit and quality. freight charges and goods at citv prices. It takes 3,003 clerks, an army of salesmen and a capital of $1,030,000 to supply Waaamaker and Brown's cus tomers. M. D. Hughes, Agent. City Council. n The City Council met in regular Monday night. Some matters o minor importance were transacted and then the fixing o! ths tax levy for this year was gone into. It was found that the total of assessed property had fallen off about $73,003 from last year's list and a committee was appointed to look into the whys and wherefores. They found that the falling off was caused by the settlement made by several guardians, the winding up of some estates and the distribution among breign heirs of the money. Property generally had baen listed at its usual rate, save the Opera House lot which was givjn in at $3,003 by Messrs Ow s ley & Shanks. This lot was listed last year at $5,000. Ihe running expenses of the town are the same as has been .'or several years, passed, but owing to the falling, off in the assessment and the fact that the town has put $830 in to the new Work House, it was accessory for the Council to fix the rate at 50 cents. .As stated above, this raise i not caused by increased expenses, but from the falling off In amount of assessed property. The Council has hadTdrawn a small pox ordinance aad will have same pub lished according to law soon. ses-io- IN FACT EVERYTHING THAT GOES TO MAKE UP A FOOTWEAR FOR MEN, For Better Railroad Service. Arrangements were made for a meet ing between some citizans and the L & N. rail road oliicials at Louisville this week, but General Managar Met- calf telegraphed that he was called away by telegraph and would inform our folks when it would suit for another meeting. Those who will go to Louisville to urge the change are Hon. Stone Walker, of Richmond, Col. W P. Walton, of Stanford, 'squire W. II Kinnaird, J. E. Stormes, Robt. Kin naird, CoL J. W. Miller, J. M. Farra and Louis Landram, of this city. The change to be asked for is the same as stated in The Record several timer, but we give it again. We want the present train reversed so as to come down from Richmond in the morning, making connection with the trains at Stanford. Then this train will return to Richmond after the Louisville and passenger trains pass Stanford, and pass Lancaster(going to Richmond) about 2 o'clock. The train now leaving Richmond for Cincinnati at 6:23 a. m., we want to leave Stan ford instead, passing Lancaster about 5 o'clock, or later. Thfs is a passenger train strictly, and leaves Cincinnati about 3 p. m , stopping at Richmond about 7 o'clock We want this train instead of stopping at Richmond to run on to Stanford passing here about 8 o'clock. This can be easily done and has many advantages which the committee will lay before the rail road officials. Some say the trip will do no good, but one thing is certain and that is we will never get any better facilities unless we hustle for them, and bring the matter properly before the rail road company. It is not generally known, but Garrard not only paid the L & N., b.g money for the the road running through the county but but up a big lump to construct the part running from Richrcond Junction (Rowland) to the Garrard line. It is our recollection that Malison also con tributed largely to the portion in Lincoln. The Royal is tka highest grade bduag fewlmr kaawa. Act I test ihsw ft tu m H. Wanted, hens at 5c per pound. Northcott. II. We print envelopes. C. 200 bushels fancy cultivated teed at G. S. Gaines1. Tube rose bulbs for sale at J. hemp Thompson's. - Dr. B. F. Walter, dentist, office over The best two horse wagon on the II. M. Rallou's grocery. market at G. S. Gaines'. Large line of tine harness cheap, at The Colonels, of Richmond, will g'ue W. J. Romans Carriage Co. a concert here next month. Cheapest line of furniture ever exBig line of mens, womens and chil- - hibited in Lancaster at J. A. Beazley drens shoes, cheap at S. T. Evans & Co. COMPLETE LINE fixed in UP-TO-DA- TE Never in the history of our business experience have we been so well third farther tha my ether trees; LADIES, MISSES and CHILDREN SHOES Ossfo-ccLs- . aa-cL f -.- as we axe this season. Come and look through our line, we can certainly please you in styles and price. POWDER eml HUM MWBM 00., MW LOGAN & ROBINSON. ' vowc For 12c per gallon you can get the The County Levy. best headlight oil on the market at G. The Fiscal Court yesterday fixed the S. Gaines'. county levy at fifty cents. Twenty-fiv- e of this is for general purposes and The new work house is rapidly near-in- g tobepaid on the turnpikes. completion. It is one of the big- twenty-fiv- e cents can be leved for gest improvements ever made in the Onlv twenty-fiv- e the roads. By making the levy for town. general purpose at the limit, it will My fine Jersey Bull, Garrard Signal, leave a balance at end of each year oat of a tested dam, will stand at my which the Court may dispose of as it farm at 2. the season. Money due at sees proper. By applying this surJ. S. Robinson. time of service. plus to payment on bonds the pikes, so we are informed, can be paid for in To Your Iuterest. Look four years. e buggies on the marBest The Proper Thing. ket at J. B. Ely's Paint Lick, Ky. General repairing- - and horseshoeing a At the meeting of the Fiscal Court specialty. Give us a trial. 3m. Tuesday an allowance of 150 per year was made Commonwealths Attorney Last Notice. Jno. Sam Owsley. 'Ihe pay of the All persons indebted to Lancaster Attorney is not enough, by for and Graded School, for taxes or tuition, Garrard did the proud thing by makmust come and settle same, as time ing this allowance. The other counfor collection, has passed. ties in the district give him similar E. W. Harris, pay, which brings the Treasurer and Collector. to about what it oughtcompensation to be. Mr. The farmers, the mechanic and the Owsley is a faithful officer and his bicycle rider are liable to unexpected earnest work should be properly recuts and bruises. DeWitt's Witch Ha- warded. zel Salve is the best thing to keep cn Sudden Death. hand, it heals quickly and is a well The death of Mr. William Hubble, known cure for piles, Stormes' Drug which took place Tuesday, was quite a S.ore. lm surprise and shock to the community. He was taken suddenly ill Sunday and Another Report Run Down. report that was an intense sufferer until he exSome one started the pired. Mr. Hubble resided on his near there was a case of small-po- x farm at Hubble, Lincoln county, and LowelL Judge Burnside got a buggy was one of the most prosperous and and went up there but found the story prominent citizens in that neighbor untrue. Our officers are keeping a hood. He was in his 84th year and sharp lookout and run down every idle had enjoyed good health nearly all his rum ir. life. He was a large stock raiser, and, as he would handle nothing but the Rheumatism Cured. My wife has used Chamberlain's Pain best, his animals always commanded Balm for rheumatism with great relief, top prices. Mr. Hubble was a member and I can reccommend it as a splendid of the Christian church and a strictly liniment for rheumatism and other honest and npright man. He leaves a housjhold use for which we have found widow and five children. They are it valuable. W. J. Cutler, Red Creek, Spencer Hubble, R. L. Hubble, Mrs. Mary Enbanks, L. G. Hubble aad L. N. Y. Mr. Cuyler is one of the leading mer F. Hubble, of this city, funeral ser chants of this village and one of the vices were conducted by. Eld. George most prominent men in this vicinity. Gowen at the Hnbble Christian charch W. G. Pmppis, Elitor Red Creek Wednesday afternoon at 2 .o'clock. InHerald. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, terment in the Lancaster Cemetery. We print typewriter head. Lancaster,' Ky. home-mad- j$ CENTRAL RSCORD STONE. In Memory of Him Arnold. 10 of March, the Angel of Mrs. Mollie Eastman is still improv None of our citizms attended Rich Diath entered a happy home and bore away the beloved son and brother. It ing. mond court Monday. tracks. EVERY WEEK BY Wm. Simpson bought of Gabe Pres Joseph Simpson bought of James is hard to understand this mystery or" God's love, that "O le not tired of life's ton two suckling calves at $10 apiece. LOUIS LAXDRAK, Publisher. The war situ ition is still at a white Litteral one calf, at $15. eat '1 he latest sp3Cial we couid get Small pox and war are the only sub long day but glad in the freshness of Lemuel Teater bought of Gabe Pres LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. its morning," should be called. taken from the Louisville Time, jects being discussed now. ton one yearling calf at S12. Though we know the end sba tell, and is as follows: Rev. Neal, of Winchester, will, fill Rev. V. T. Willis preiched a good things well. The dear Lord doetli all Word comes straight from the White ?1.00 the pulpit at Seott's Fork the 3rd Sat YAR, IS ADVANCE sermon at Chapel, Sunday. OR " Tis hard to say he is dead, the geniel, urday night, Sunday and Sunday House that no niissagc will be sent to !ONK MONTHS. Miss Malinda Ward, a maiden lady, Sh ' " friend whose very life night Congress today, Thursday. A cable- of 7J years, was buried at Buckeye, seemed to scintilate with cheefulness, gram has been received from Minister Miss Mattic Saunders visited friends yet 'tis true he has passed from this up negotia Monday. Woodford 189S. tions again.that has opened from Wooi-for- d Moses, a son of Mr. Buck King, was earth, from all that it might hold of and relatives at Buckeye, Sunday I DAY, AurilS, F This message George P. est in Monday. communicates the desire of the taken to the Lexington Asylum Satur joy or of sorrow passed out into that night and on the sick list E Hie Grow called coxgress. to take matters in her day night of God's love where, by virtue eternity ro:: aeen Kegcnt girl Sunday evening. Mrs. A pretty little girl, Maggie Dean. of that good confession he made years on his best own hands with the probability of all Peachie Grow is visiting her mother, In olu'dlenre to the requests of Democrats in concessions being made necessary to arrived at the home of John Diekerson ago, the voice of faith says: v i.mt of thi! Kiirlith Congri'stdonnl Dis Mrs. Rebecca Scott, of Little Hickman, trict, anil in neoordaiice with my desire to he avoid war. 1 he news that the Presi on the 29th ult In that great cloister's stillness and seclusion, and also her sister, Mrs. Mattic Rob Orders taken for all Foreign orDonu stic jlagizines or Newspapers. to the Democratic party and the of By guardian angels led, dent's message has b en postponed and I anOur Sunday school opened with flatcountry, in critical and Important-timeerts, this week. Mrs. Medie Stits, of safe from sub nounce me!f a candidate for lat the delay of hearing from him is tering prospects. A large number of Safe from temptation,call dead. sin pollution, Little Hickman, is visiting her mother, to the action of the Demoaratie party. He lives where we iw uncertain soon spread on the pupils enrolled. I liayc alivavs support Ann tnv.il Bereaved ones, though he is dead, Mrs. James Murphy. ed the nominee and platforms of the Demo- - fijor of the House tin 1 caused acorn- Messr.s Joseph nicks, Chas. Duncan me p'aiiorm cmtic party anil I now Miss L'zzie Thomoson was called hy'the last National Democratic Con- motion among the members. There and Johnson Grow, of Mt. Vernon, he "yet speaketh", for the example of mlopteil E. W. L,illard. Jno. B .Stent. his cheerful, happy life cannot die but home last Thursday to attend the fu vention, hVld at Chicajto. ins no doubt that another diplo were at Buckeye Sunday. I m Kiiwori'Iv frrateful for the cordial sup- will live on in memory of his friends neral of her cousin, Mr. Will Spillman, matic hen is on again. How long she t ort Riven me bv the Democrats of the ElKhlit Carpenters Herrodand Mike Ray, are lo live in hearts we leave behind is at Buena Vista, and also attend her Congressional District in the pat. and I have ill continue to set is conjec'.ure. It tried to flimviny appreciation of their confidinner, Mon reported that so important are the building a new room, repairing and not for us to die." He was yours in grand mother's birth-da- y efforts, to dence ami kiiidne. Iy iiiiccaj-in- j lie a faithful and etlieient Kepresentaiive. negotiations about to be opened that painting the resiaence of W. T. Noel. life, he is yours now. even though he day 4th inst, and has returned to fin I If honored by the nomination, I believe. ish her school at Pleasant Hill. nothing will be heard from the Presi When finished it will be a lovely coun- has passed away. cau with the aid of my brother Democrats, . tlm riUtrict. and iu the future as in the dent until Monday. It is believed now ty hom-In all the pride of manhood begun, faith- my bc.t efforts shall be uiven to the In all the hope of life yet to run ; Mrs. Tim Logan has in her poultry It is a great leap from the old fash 01 an amies rcquireu ui inc. that the early statements from the lul Ills Christ was burled, and lives alway s and nauseous JAMU3 B. McCKKAllY, ioned doses of White House that the President was yard a full grown chicken that only Trust Him and go your way. Itichmoud, Ky, March 15, ISIS. physics to the pleasent little pills waiting for Lee and the Americans to has one wing, but it mnkesa full hand March 29 th 1893. known as DeWitt's Little Early Risers. get out of Havana was misleading.and at running, eating and crowing, no Ox the first day of the present month until Thousands of sufferers from grippe They cuse constipation, sick headache that he was rcallj' awaiting a dispatch convenience about its make-uurile-poTin: Kkookd reached the ninth from Woodford, who cabled last night, the un.'ortunate chicken wants to fly. have been restored to health by one and biliousness. Stormes' D.ug Store. of its existence. Three years of it is learned, that he would have an When your correspondent reached Minute Cough Cure. It quickly cures manthis has been under the present He "Would Be a Historian. important communication to make afternoon, agement O.ily those who know some about midday and not let the message Lancaster Saturdayflag floating and coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia We reproduce the following which caught sight of the in the grippe, asthma, and all throat and thing of newspaper work can oppre tro to Congress until he was heard breeze the :- -: first thought was, "War is lung diseases. Stormes, Drug Store. appeared in last iisue of the St Louis elate the ditlicult task of publishing a from. On the Senate side it is claim Republic. The writer is "C. W." declared," and I listened to hear the newspaper in Lancaster. In the last of Capt. White. Young, grand-so- n ed by members who are in the confi roar of the cannon. LEAF. twenty jears ten different publishers, Lancaster, K'., March 23, 1898 Dear dence of the President that no more some of them old and experienced men, negotiations are on, Theives are getting in their work in sir: l am a little ooy iust ia years 01a. but the postpone "A word to the wise is sufficient" have tackeld and given up the job. ment of the message is due to advices this neighborhood. A few nights ago I thought I would try to write you all The question is often asked why it is from Gen. Lee relating to the depart and a word from the whvi should be somebody broke into D. C. Pullins' I could remember about the early his thus. The reason is simply because ure of Americans from Havana- - This sufficient, but you ask, who are the wis j? I hose who anow. I he oft re mill and took about five barrels of tory of Spain up to now. I love to read work which the job and commercial statement is insisted upon by several peated experience of trustworthy per corn, and Wes Wren's cow was driven history and war stories. I hope some hhould be given tiie home paper is sent dministration Senators, who deny sons may be taken for knowledge. Mr- off, and some fellow that was anxious day to be a great historian. I like to to foreign concerns. A drummer came that the Queen Regent wants to make W. M. Terry says Chamberlain's Cough to work stole the double-tree- s off of read your paper. Hoping you will think here a few weeks since and took orders my story worthy of publication in your concessions. Remedy gives better satisfaction than a plow in the field of John Murray. for enough job work to almost pay the any other in th market. He has been Corn is selling at $1.75 per barrel in valuable paper, I remain your friend. running expenses of The Kkcokd for Charles W. Youxo. in the drug business at Hi Ik ton, ivy, market a month. Of course these business MARKSBURY. for twelve years: has sold hundreds of E. W. Norris bought of G. W. Pul The Histoky orSrAix. men have a perfect right to send their this remedy and nearly all other cough Mrs. J. B. Haselden sold to T. L medicines manufacnufed, which shows lins a bunch of 15 shoats for $30. orders to Halifax, if they choose to do Spain, or as it was called "'CorJo- conclusively that Chamberlain's is the so, but the rub comes in when they Herring, a yearling colt for 15. Some low down, sneak shot and kill va," was founded by the Phoenicians most satisfactory to the people, and is bring their axes to our office to be J. C. Boner sold to B. G. Fox, of the best For sale by ll Ji McKobert ed C. B. Engleman's ball dog, about 900 B. C Alter the Phoenicians ground. Let some of their relatives Danville, a nice harness horse for Lancaster Ky. On account of the illness of his son came the Grups, then the Larthaginans die, and The Rkcokd must spend half SIOO. TO YOU Hurlbert, Mr. J. W. Smith has declin then the Romans, and the barbarians WALLACETON. a day studying up good things to say Rev. T. IL Campbell delivered an ed the idea of going to Arkansas, and known as the Seuvi, and Alans, and about them. When a little sugar-coa- t excellent sermon at the Fork Sunday, has rented the property of Mr. James the Vandals, then the Gauls. It was (Delayed Letter.) ills' is to be done, why "we will let in the absence of the pastor, Rev. W. then called Spain, and the people Span Born, to the wife of John Quinley, a Spillman, at Lowell, for the present The Hecokd do it, as its the home p M. KuykendalL Their King was Roderick. He son. E. W. Norris sold his crop of tobae iards. per," but giving The Hkcokd a job of lost his life in a battle with the Moors. Mrs. Kate Aldridge has broken up co for $8.75 per lot, all around. Several of our people here have been work is a different matter. If we The Moors then hal run of Spain. They g and gone to live with vaccinated during the past few days. were not prepared and equipped for Children like it, it saves their lives built irreat palaces among these the Mrs. J. R. Haselden, at doing j b work, it would be different. her daughter, i.ne irequent rains ana the warm We mean One minute Ccuh Care, the Alhambra. They hell Spain 7S0 years. We took the paper having neither Lancaster. weather have bsen quite favorable to infallible remedy for coughs colds The7 were driven out in 1493 in the Mr. J. L Broaddus has been confin wheat and grass, and both are lookin TO we have cish or experience. Today croup, bronchitis, gtiope, and oil reign of Ferdinand and Isabella. Ferdi none of the former but a great, heap- ed to his room for several weeks. We well. nand and Isabella's reign was dis throat and lung troubles. Stormes. ing pile of thelatter. Oursubscriptions hope that he will soon be out dgain. Sam Conn and family, who moved graced by the Inquisition- - Over 30,030 lm are all now due again, and if our The sale of J. G. Aldridge, deceased. from here to Berea, three months ago, Drug Store. people were kille J in this horriale In- friends will come up and pay same was largely attended, and property have moved back on account of the quwtioi. It was in 1492 Cjlumbus dis MT. HEBRON promptly it will enable us to pay a lot sold well Cows from S3S lo 4G, hors small-poscare at Berea. covered America. One of the power S12,5D to SG9, sow and five shoats of interest and begin our third vear The snow is very disagreeable and ful monarchs of Spain was Philip the Miss Bet tie Ilendrickson, who has on fairly goo 1 grounl. $23, wheat 1 05 per bushel, corn Sl.95 been teaching a subscription school we are fearful there will be no fruit Second, Philip intended to conquer tolO c per barrel, meat and lard 0 England- - To do so he fitted out a fleet this year. with The Louisville Courier Journal has per pound. J. he farm was rented to here, closedwhich an interesting enter I have just returned from the tainment lasted about two Rev. Lee, of Faulkner Station, will known as the Invincible Arma la, but T S. BEAZLEY, rcade arrangements to get the New the highest bidder for $145.50, hours. lecture at Mt Hebron next Sunday it was destroyed by a storm. "In the city with the war correspondence. York Herald's Miss Elveree Bradshaw, of McCrea- year 1700, Charles the second died with Uncle Charlie Anderson, who forgot night All are invited to attend. The Herald has arranged to cover de ry, is visiting ner Drotner, JUr. wm. out children. Ue was succeeded by a Cheapest Line of Millinery Teeth filled and extracted with Misses Mary Montgomery and A. E. velopments in the most complete man Bradshaw. Mrs. Tom Woods, of Lin that he was not still "one of the boys' Out nain. frown and severely hurt his back while test Ssott visited relatives in Burgin the young Frnch Prince, named Philip. ever brought to Lancaster. I will Work a SDecIaltv. Office over J. R and Rriilort Hasplrifn'a ner possible. Ily means of this ar coln, spent part of last week with Mrs. hardware store, nest to Court House, rangement with the Herald, at a very M. F. Rout. Master Francis Lawson ing his strength two week ago, is able latter part of last week. Mrs. Peggie The Kings of thi? family were called to be out again. Uncle Charlie says Burdett is very sick at this writing. the Spanish Bouabons." In 180S Na have my opening on large extra expense to itself, the Con is visiting his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peachie Grow and Miss Lucca poleon put the crowd of Spain on his rier Journal gives its readers assur Mrs. T. S. Moore. Miss Lida Arnol 1. he "acted the fool in going into it" " In 1870 the Spaniards ORGANIZED 1883. Misses Maggie Elliott, Emma Ruth Sherrow" are visiting in Jessamine brothers head. ance that they will have the quickest who has been sick for the past week, King of Italy to pe the' erford and Ella Bowlin, and Mr. R. this week. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, of invited the best, most accurate and most compre better at this writing. Wm. Lear years. Spain Every lady is cordially invited. NATIONAL BANK, hensive dispatches regarding all that spint Saturday and Sunday with his G. Mitchell, who are attending school Williamsburg, were the guests of Mr. King." He was King two may transpire during the America mother, in Lincoln, who is suffering at Berea, spent vacation with home Marsee and family Sunday. Miss Lu- - then became a Republic. In two or U Or LAH0ASIEB. IT. Spanish cmbroglio. This service will with a sprained ankle. Miss Julia folks. Messrs. Reynolds. Mann. Yo- - la Simpson is the guest of Miss Nellie three years they placed Alfonso XIL, who reigned till 1SS5, when he died. i in addition to the regular service of ParLs entertained a number of friends cum and Kindey, other Berea boys, Bourne. Alfonso XII'., is now Kingr On the Capital, $100,000 the Associated Press and that of thei last Saturday evening, and all report were also visitors here. Mr. Johnson Burk, of Jessamine, is 12th of February, 1S9S, the warspip own special correspondentsWith an enjoyable time. Mr. and Mrs. M On March 20th, 3 of the friends and at the bedside of his father, who is veSurplus. Fund Maine was blown up by the vagabonds 15,000 such excellent provision for the collec G. Aldridge and little daughter.Irene, relatives of J. A. Baker "went in on ry ill. of Spain, by a submarine mine. t'on of the news, in conjunction with of Brodhead, visited friends here last him" with a surprise birth-dadinner, Mr. E. D. Lawson bought two cows t 5 BUSINESS SOLICITED. Successor to Lackey & Gulley. CUABLeS W. Youxo. the unexcelled mechanical facilities week and attended the sale of their that biing his 6lst, birth-daAltho' from Mr: Jarvis for $15 a piece. OsurefBl and Prompt AtteaUoa Guaranteed possessed by the Courier Journal, the father. Mrs. Sam Hughes and chil it is usually very hard to "slip up First-Clareaders of that paper have a guaran dren, of Danville, spent part of last on him," yet he owned that he was amaNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep-- r M. Hiqsinbothax President tee that they will be served in a man week with her sister, Mrs. N. H. Bogie. never more surprised in his life. While III VI v sia, Constipation and Indi Lxwis Y. Lkatxll. ner which can not be approach-iby Miss Ruth Aldridge, who has been the weather was quite gloomy, and gestion. Regulates, the Liver. Price, 25 cts. STABLE. B. F. Hudson Cashier any other paper in this territory, nor quite sick all winter is now able to some of the parties came through the W. O. Rignbt Assistant Cash'r. surpassed by any other newspape visit her cousin, Miss Ruth Ann Dunn rain, yet within the house all was BEAUTIFUL SEA SHELLS. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, Bookkeeper CD. Walxxs anywhere. near Lancaster. Mr. N. H. Borne sunshine and happiness, and none en Every one admires them. Since com REASONABLE PRICES. We will send The Rkcokd and the made a fly in tr trip to East Hickman joyed the day more than did the ing south I have received numerous DIRECTORS: Daily Courier Journal to any address last week, and Messrs. Mason Pollard Squire," although Mrs. Sue Wallace inquiries from northern people for sea M. HlOSntBOTHAX, Lkwis y. Lkatxll, one year for and will make the and George Boner took care of the did eat more. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO shells, and now I am prepared to an J. 8. Johnson, T. M.Abnold, same liberal offer to any of our sub store during his absence Mr. W. M. swer yes. I can send you shells, for S. C. Arnold. Jb. B. F. Hudson. scribers who will pay a year in ad Gulley, from Cincinnati, passed thro' M. L. Yocum, Cameron, Pa., says "I TRAVELING MEN. Auz.Gibbs, quite a callection of love J. J.Walkxx I have made You can't beat this offe vance our little village on wheel, en route to was a sufferer for ten years, trying all ly shells, both from our own coast, the Jacob Y.Robihsor. WjUUMMER If Think of it you get all the war and see his mother, who is suffering with kinds of piles remedies, but without coral reefs, and some beautiful ones general news, logemer witn your a broken ankle. success, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve from the West India Islands. I will KAIL ROAD TIME TABLES. home and county news one year for was recommended to me. I used one mail a dozen, no two alike, to any one only SC. 43. Try it box. It has effected a permanent cure.' who sends a stamp for postage. All Wool at Lowest Prices. A little boy asked for bottle of "get K. C. Branch. up in the morning as fast as you can." As a permanent cure for piles DeWitt's But few are "judges of goods, and Yours, Mrs. F. A Warner, Jouth-b'nMixed, passes Lancaster, 3:40 r. x. Assistant Adjutant General Forres the druggist recognized a household Witch Hazel Salve has no equal Jacksonville, Fla. the safest way is to buy from a house North-b'n" Mixed, 8:00 a.m. ter, who stands close to Governor name for , 'DeWitt's Little Early Stormes'D.-jSiora lm that never handles shoddy. Our goods Knoxvllle Branch. Uralley, says that up to the present Risers." and gave him a bottle of those were bought in large quantities before Mail, passe? Stanford, 12:37 r. x the government has not given any no famous little pill for constipation sick the advance and are marked at aston CAPITAL FLATWOOD. " Express, " 3:13 a.m. j SURPLUS, Auctioneer, of Perry ville, OF tice to Kentucky that this State may headache, liver and stomach troubles. ishingly low figures, or at small prof ?aoo,ooo.oo ( $65,000.00, Sonth-b'n12:04 r. x. " Express, " be called on for wither men, money or Stormes' Drug Store. Will be on the street every County its to insure sales. Several orders Mr. Milton Grayson has gone with lm have already been taken. Ask our LANCASTER, KY, and supolies. In the event the President . t ...... his cattle to Richmond, to sell them, Court DayWill solicits the sales of the numerous customers of the prices, fits rt nn - r.n. County. make it to your inter and wear. Wanamaker and Brown, calls on the Governor for an appropriand will go on to the mountains and est to see me before seeing any other Mccreary. PASSES DANVILLE. oftfe ation, CoL Forrester said he presum Kahn Brothers and the Riverside Tailbuy more. NORTH BOUND. auctioneer. oring company are attong the best ed the Governor would call the Leg: 6:09 a. m. Number 10 (Dally except Sunday) A.B.Dknht, President. J. A. Walker and W. B Burton of Geo. Tankersley Supetook $20 for his clothing houses in the nation. 1:41 p.m. lature together for this specfiic pur Buckeye, went to Danville Saturday. claim to Number 6 (Daily HOOD, Jno. E. Stormes, Vice President. rior work and satisfaction guaran the James Ross place, and 3SS1 a.m. Number 4 (Daily) Iflag pose. In the event of war Col. Fo The friends of Herbert Gulley will teed before payment is ma le. "All Wk. H.Kinnaied, Cashier. SURGEON-DENTIS3:50 a. m. Number 2 (don't stop) Wool," rcster does not think it probable that be glad to know he is rapidly improv- will move to Berea. "Imported", and "Made-to- SOUTH BOUND. 8. C. Dknht, J. F. Robinson. Jb. Dave Andrews is building a house LANCASTER, KY measure"' mean just what they sav. the State militia will be ordered out ing after an illness of several weeks of 11:53 a. m. Number 1 (don't stop) invited in prices and Assistant C&sh'r. Office over J. C. Thompson's Jewelry store Competition in a body. "I presume," said he "that pneumonia. Mrs. L. Gulley fell while on J. C Foree's place. 11 32 a. m. Number 5 (Daily ) M. D. Huoues, Agent. quality. on Danville street. K. T. Ejcbbt Ass't It. F. Parson s gave a social at his the officers of companies would be ac- walking in her yard last Tuesday eve8:10 p. m. Number 9 (Dally except Sunday) 3 (Midnight flag) Dally 11:55 p.m. 1 first, because of the advantage Number ning, breaking a bone in her ankle and house last Thursday night ceple DIRECTORS they would have in drill. The rank causing a severe sprain above the broA very sad accident happened a few SO YEARS' and file of militiamen, of course, ken bone. A very painful wound, but days since. Thomas Collctt's mother, Jas Spllman, Sam'l. D.Cochran, EXPERIENCE would be preferred over raw volun she is doing very well at this writing. M s. Trot fell Sunday night breaking A. C. Robinson. Alex. B. Denny. Miss Carrie Hardin has moved the her hip. leers, but I do not anticipate that W. B. Cook, L. Davidson, past office to the store-roowill be made compulsory on them formally George Miller and wife spent Sun Jno. B. Stormes. go to the front, as there will be no ne occupied by J. W. Hi'.L W. M. Gulley, day at J. IL Miller's. Charming Miss of Lexington, came over Monday to Jennie cessity for a long time at least." Scott spent Friday night and see his mother, Mrs. L. Gulley. Sheriff Saturday with her sisters, Mrs. J. H. 'Trade Marks J. B. Saunders and Miss Sal lie Arnold The fellow who crowds into his litDesigns Miller and Mrs. Mose Lawson. Thos If yon Bring Your t!e cranium the idea that he can say were married Tuesday at 4 p. mat the Brewer and family rrTTT7 Copyrights Ac spent Sunday at Aayone sending; a sketch and description may what he pleases about anv and everv home of the bride's father Mr. IL C. James Hankins. Mose Lawson and work to quickly ascertain oar opinion free whether aninvnntinn la nrobabrr patentable. Commnnlrabody, that fellow is as sure to have Arnold, Eld Bailey, of Richmond, pretlonsatrlctlyconadenUaL Handbook on Patents wife spent Sunday at S. B. Scott's. Mr. patents. & CO., enrfree. Oldest acency Tor securingCo. rccelro nis toes turned to tne dasies as five forming the ceremony. Qhe many Frank Gross and wife have Patents taken through Munn ft ants is to buy a beer in a local option friends of both wish them much joy the Henry Davis farm. Missmoved to at Arnold shop on Danville street. tpecial aotle. without charge, latho Maggie town. The latest of this class to give and happiness. Miss Jennie May GulRoss, who has been visiting at Scientific Horseshoeing, Repairing of up tne ghost is W. C Brann, editor of ley has returned from Orrville, Ohio, A handsomely nrostrated weekly. Larseat-ct- $3 returned home Sunday. Wagons, Buggies, and all kinds of ve a eolation of any sclentlne Journal. Terms. "Brann's Iurohoclast," which publica where she has been attending school. year four months, SL Sold by all newsdealer. tion has scorchel Texas from centre H. H. Pherigo made a. flying visit to hicles Promptly and Substantially In 1888 my wife went East and was to circumference for some time passed. Back Creek the later part of last week. attacked with rheumatism. She receivdone. Branca oaoe, m V St, "Washington, D. C. Brann published an article reflecting He says business of importance took ed no relief until she tried Chamber " upon the character of the daughters of him. lain's Pain Balm. Since that time we Capt Davis, of Waco. The two men have never been without it We find met, a duel ensued end both were kill it gives instant relief in c ises of burns ed. Publishers who are continually and scalds and is never failing for all slinging mud at people may flourish rheumatic and neura pains. D, C lor a time but when the wrong man" Bhant, Santa Ynez, CaL For sale", by ROMN50N-PETTET .COMPANY (bnw.) toes are stepped upoa, as is sure to be B. E. McRoberts, Lancaster Ky. WrIOUSAkK DttTfttauTOM. LOUISVILLE KY. . don sooner or later, the fur is made BUCKEYE. a to v iu so lively a in inner as to arning to other to go slow in their 11 On the PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH 1 Mastic Mixed Paint. TEE BEST BRANDS OF ) kind-hearte- d White Lead and Oil. We are Glad to Sell Either. rv-r- McROBERTS' DRUG STORE. t :eoQCCoeo ooooocoockoooo; uZOISlZ, pa-i- t blue-mas- EADING pUGGISTSQ it Stationery, Paints, Oils, Etc. DANVXXiXaS, KENTUCKY. Danville, Ky. CALDWELL & LANIER SHOES. PLEASURE OXjXi SEE WHAT LET WE HAVE. OUST TTS house-keepin- TRUNKS andTALISES. WE WANT SEE YOU Whether You Buy Or Not x c. DENTIST. Laia-aa- Saturday, April 9th. Miss Sallie Tillett. PITMS - gjm0oocopoooooogg W. H. LACKEY I s I y pi jf mm Biovn's i Rmus Clothing d ? CAPT. T. W. BOTTOM HATHM BANK d 14 North-bounNorth-b'n- d d x- J J. T, r. Prepare for Cyclones! By Insuring your Houses. Insure your Hemp! And Take No Risk of Loss. It WiU Be Done Right NED BURDETT r Preach-ersville- Scientific JUKricaN. We write thse Policise R. KINNAIRD, General Insurance. MUNN&Co.llewYork Bring The Record Your Job Work. Lancaster; Ky. i OZPIEiTZ:bT(3fI Saturday, April 9th, I will have my Spring and Summer opening, at which time I will display 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. Sec ad town lots at auction. 1 Jim Hamilton's residence ciugkt fire Wednesday, but the flames were extinguished without much trouble. Mr. AVame Kcttcr. he Lancaster friends of Mr. M. T, Warne, o Eaton, l'enn., will be to learn that that gentcman has recovered from his recent illness, and is again able to get about. lie will probably visit Lancaster this spring. 1 ROADWAGONS. In Ms STATE NEWS ITEMS. DAVE I tOSlllIl means pain, danger and possible death for some wives. For others it FRANKS at Ceil m Ac" Shot and Killed by Harvey Sanders Crittenden, Ky. 3IRS. MOODY HAKBE1V. April, 8, - - 1898. CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY. JL DT?I?CrXT vt . T UXlUViJl-lJ- jir. Charles Frisbie was in Stanford Sunday. E. C. Gaines has returned from a business trip to Louisville. Miss Mary Miller entertained a few friends Monday evening. Commonwealths Attorney, John Sam Owsley was in town this week. Mrs. Eliza Eason was called to the bedside of her brother in Missouri. Misses Ellen and Stella Ballou were visitors of Mrs. II. M. Ballou Sunday. Mrs. E- - W. Ilarris and daughter, Miss Florence, were in Danville Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. Walter Beazley visited relatives in Crab Orchard the first of the week. Miss Lena Briirht has recovered sufficiently to be among1 her many friends Saturday. Mesdames Jno E. Stormes and Geo. D. Robinson were in Danville last week shopping. Mr. Howard Bruce, of Danville, was the guest of his cousin, Miss Mabel Royston, Sunday. Miss Ilellen Thurmond his returned to her home ia Stanford after a visit to Miss Katie S:mpson. Misses Inona and Mollie Douglass have moved to Versailles, where they will reside through the summer. Mrs. E L. Ows'ey will go to New York next week to be the guest of her brother Mr. Benjaminc Letcher. Mr. J. C. Thompson has been slightly under the weather this week, but is able to be back at his jewelry establishment. Col. John B. Brewer, Lebanon, was in town this weelc Col. Brewer is one of the most popular drummers on the road and is always a welcom visitor to this, his old home. Miss Mary Welch returned yesterday morning at J a. in., from a vcy pleasant trip to Florida. She was met at Chattanooga by Mr. Liuis Spc:.ri and Miss Bessie Chrisman, of this county, which made a deliphtf ul party to Nicholasvitle Journal. The Falmouth Tendletonian says; Mrs. W. L. Wayts, wife of our new Baptist minister, is still confined at a Lexington hospital. She underwent an operation a few weeks since and her recovery has been slow. Mrs. Wayts was Miss Mirion Wolford, a beautiful girl and brilliant pianist, of Lancaster. Her father was the gallant Kentuckian. CoL Francis Marion Wolford, who fell in the civil war. e. Ten Dollars Reward. During the last week, the'.ves .have chickens from stolen absut twenty-fiv- e Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Mrs. Gill asks ADDITIONAL LOCAL. The Recokd to state that she will give ten dollars reward for informaDr. B. F. Walter, dentist, office over tion that will lead to the arrest and II. M. Ballou's grocery. conviction of the theives. New stock of french lambrequin tisA Chance fur Investors. sue pap;r at Thompson';.. Messrs. Owsley & Shanks advertise J. A. Beazley & Co. have a large and elsewhere in today's Record that they handsims linetwf wall paper. Prices will sell their lots in Lancaster at to suit the people. auction. This is a golden opportunity for some one to buy the lots and A daly mail has been established to erect buildings which will pay big inMarcellus. This will be quite a conterest on the money. Now's the chance venience to the patrons of that office. gentlemen, to show how public spirit Speed Yoang, a negro, was tried be- ed and hustling you are. fore Judge Burnside Wednesday for Public Sale or Town Lots. stealing meat from Mr. James SteOn Monday, April 25th 189S, being vens, lie was held to the grand jury. county court at Lancaster, we will sell You can see the best, cheapest and at public auction on the premises four largest line of vehicles ever seen in (4) lots, situated on the South East Lancaster at W. J. Romans Carriage Co. corner o.' Public Square, in the town of Lancaster, Ky. Terms made to suit I was reading an advertisement of the purchaser. Sale to begin at 2 Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di- o'clock p. in. Owsi.ey & Shanks. arrhoea Remedy in the Worcester recently, which leads me to Prices Lower than Ever. wiite this. I can truthfully say I nevTailor made suits at 12.50 to 30. er use-- any remedy equal to it for colic and diarrhoea. 1 have never had to Satisfaction or no pay. You hava paid suits that were not use more than one or two doses to cure S12 for ready-mad- e as Brown's the worst case with myself or children. as good S3, Wanamaker and SJ.5) suits at and their suits at and W. A. Stroud, Popomoke City, Md 11.50 are equal to other 15 suits, ba- For sale by It. E. McRoberts Lancas lng design and beautiful in and finish. The suits at 13.50 and 15 ter, Ky. usually sell for SI8 and S20, and their 20 suit is the same of quality, such Itoud Supervisor. A The Fiscal Court has elected Robert suits usually selling for 2". thatcom you parison of goods will prove Whitaker as supervisor of the various will save some dollars by eiv.nt me roads in the county. He is to receive your order. ftl. U. Iiur.iiEs, Agent SO per mile per year. There are now about seventy miles of free pikes in WHO IS CUPID. ihe county. When the other roads are purchased Mr. Whitaker is to receive Story of the Mischievous Boy AVho Plays the same amount additional for them with Hearts. lie is a good man for the place and 1. Cupid or Amor is the Roman name will see that the work is done prop- of the God of Love. erly. 2. Cupii is represented as the son of Southern Baptist Convention Nor Venus and his father either Mars, Jup 1S93. Tickets on iter or Mercury, and pictured as a folk, Va., May sale via the Queen fc Crescent Route at beautiful winged boy bearing a bow the rate of one fare for rouund trip and arrows. 3. Cupid's power over all animated from all points on its linu to Norfolk, Va., on account of the Southern Bap nature is described often as riding on tist Convention which meets at that the backs of lions and other wild lS'JS. point May D ites of sales, beasts which he has tamed. He often May 2nd to Gth, good to return 10 days appears blindfold and bearing a bow after date of snle. The most attrac and quiver full of arrows. 4. Psyche, the youngest of the three tive route to Xorf jlk is via the Qaeen daughters of a king, it is said, aroused vt Crescent Route. by her bjauty the jealousy of Venus, Rids AVautt'il. Cupid's moter. Venus, as a punish Wanted, bids on 4 new stone cros ment, ordered Cupid to inspire Psyche sings to be S to 10 inches thick and IS with a love for the most contemtible inches wide. Romans and Thompson, of mortals. Cupid, however, when he met Ps3che fell in love with her at street committee. WauteJ, bids on tile for one culbert, once. Psyche's sisters persuaded her 3D inches in diameter, about3J ft. long. that Cupid, whom she had never seen except at night, was a hideous monRomans and Thompson, street con. ster. And at night she arose and lookWanted, bids on laying tile culbert ed upon Cupid and to her delight saw 33 ft- - long and building stone wall at tha most lovely 01 faces, but a drop of oil fell from her lamp and awoke Cu mouth 4 ft. high, C ft. long. Romans pid. She fled and arrived at the palace aid Thompson, street committee, of Venus, who kept her as a slave. l or her urntle obedience and silent Saunders-Arnolattention Venus consented to Psyche becoming united to Cupid. Leisure Sheriff James Saunters u'prised his many friends Tuesday, by taking Hours. unto himself a wi'e. The young ly- dy's name was Miss Sallie Arnold, daughter of Mr. II. Clay Arnold. The ceremony was performed by Elder Bailey, of Richmond, at the residence of the bride's father. The bride is a strikingly handsome lady, and a true type of pure and noble woman. Mr. Saunders has won for a wife one who will always be a joy to him. The Rkcord extends congratulations, and wishes the happy couple smooth sail WhioTi is riRftar. to thoroughly ing o'er life's tempestuous sea. blood just all-wo2 Chittenden, KyM April 4. Harvey Sanders, of Crittenden. Ky., and Dave T. Franks, of Mt. Zion, Ky., had a quarrel Saturday afternoon at Crittenden over some former trouble. Dave T. Franks went to his home, about three miles away, for his shotgun, and on his return met Sanders in Sechrist's saloon and renewed the quarrel, when the barkeeper put them both out and shut the door, when four shots were heard, and going out he found Franks lying dead in the street with a bullet hole behind his left ear. We have on our floor two car Franks' shotgun and Sanders both have disappeared. Franks leaves a wife loads of the finest and most com and six children. plete line of NEW GUNS For the Equipment of the Kentucky National Guard Volunteers. Frankfokt, Ky., April 2. Bills of PHAETONS, BUGGIES; H lading were received at the adjutant general's oflice Friday for a consignSURRIES ani ment of new guns which are being shipped from Indianapolis for equipment of the state guard. Other supO G O XT plies are also being provided. Although it was stated at the Friever shown in Lancaster. Our day that this is merely an office cusannual prices are lower than can be found tom, there is no doubt that it is beinr anywhere. Our guarantee is bet done to a more complete degree this year because of the probability of ter. We can save you from war. Adj. Gen. Collins' mail daily brings dozens of letters from patriotic who volunteer their services. on any vehicle buy. A LWA S 5 to $25.00 We also have a complete line of .Harness we aref.offering exceeding ly low. WM. H. BYERS, Wholesale Milliner, of Louisville, Ky., Makes an Assignment. Louisville, Ky., April 1. Wm. II. and see ns. No trouble to show goods. W. J. ROMANS tamp Co., Come LANCASTER, KY. PREACHERSVILLE. The members of the Baptist church arc putting a new fence around their church, so as to have things in good shape by the first Sunday in May, when the house will be dedicated. Mr. Logan Thompson was here Tues day on business. Will Elmore sold a fat hog to Frank Thompson for $5.53. Bryant Bros., from Texas, were here the first of the week looking for a farm with the intention to buy. Rev. Dave Iloltzclaw was here Mon day on business Mrs. Vessie Cummins will close her school here this week. J. L. Hutchins has the frame for his store house up, and will finish in a few Byers, doing business as Cannon & Byers, wholesale millinery, at 517 West Main street, assigned Thursday to John M. Byers. The assets are between 50,000 and SG0.000, while the liabilities are between 800,000 and The bulk of the creditors are in the east. The failure is caused by the fact that Mr. Byers has been ill fcr some time and has been unable to personally attend to his business, together with the big slump in the millinery business all over the country. Lesingtoii After the Home. Lexington. Ivy., April 1. William Lindsay, of Owen ton; John S. Gaunt, Carrollton, and Thomas J. Atkins, of Paducah, a committee appointed to select a location for the proposed widows" and orphans home, to be erected by the odd fellows of Kentucky, were expected here Thursday. Wednesday they visited Bowling Green and rriday More they will go to Millersburg. than Sl'J.000 towards the proposed home has been subscribed by Lexington and Fayette county. 0. 'Will Volunteer as Nurses. In case of war with Spain any num laber of patriotic Lexington dies will take up the cause of freedom Call at my store and we will ex- and horns and volunteer as nurses. The Lexington Argonaut says a young plain how to lady of that city, Saturday, while read ing the war bulletins in front of the Get One of Boasters Free! Argonaut office, declares that if war was declared she would go as nurse and do all in her power to whip the I now have on hand This is patriotism hated Spaniards. tie Best Garden Seeds in Bulk. of the right stripe, and the young la dy will no doubt be jined by other LANGDON'S BREAD DAILY. Blue Grass beauties who will lend their pleasant countenances in reliev NICEST ing the sufferings of those fighting for their country and their homes. CANDIES tee IN cleanse and purify the . if i:ui now, or muKo yuuiBtJii jiuuiu w the many dangerous ailments which are so prevalent during summer? Impurities have been accumulating in the blood all winter, and right now ia the time to get rid of them. A thorough course of Swift's Specific is needed to cleanse the blood and purify the system, toning up and strengthening it all over. Those who take this precaution now are comparatively safe all summer; but to neglect it is to invite some form of sickness which is so common during the trying hot season. It is now that a course of Swift's Specific Fri and grist mill, four miles north of here, on the Lebanon pike, belonging to Batliff it Wright, exploded. Her boiler totaldays. ly demolished the entire mill and killMrs James King is in poor health ed outright Thomas Batlill", Clarence Ratlin", Dock Wright and Thomas New- and has been for some time. comb, all white, three of them mar Will Elmore sold a horse to G. A . ried, and fatally wounded Bud Katliif. Siler for S2G. There were only these live at the mill, and no one left to explain how the exBillic Ballard has gone to Missouri, on a visit, Rev. J. S. Ragan is visit- plosion occurred. ing his home folks this week. Mr. Five IVrsonn Drowned in Green Klvcr. OwKNsr.oKO, Ky., April 4. A report Joe Pettus has returned to Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs John Bingham went to has reached this city that John Harris, two men named Hicks. Mm. Har Walnut Flat Sunday. ris and her infant were all drowned shortly after leaving Spottsville, on Understood. tirecn river, a few days ago. The Not party left Owensboro about two weeks ago for Spottsville, intending to iloat The reA fact often overlooked, or not al from that point to Arkansas. ways understood, ia that women suffer port states their boat became unman as much from distressing kidney and ageable on account of high water in bladder troubles as the men. ihe the Ohio. womb is situated back of and very close Doesn't Fear ll.iiders. to the bladder, and for that reason any Fraxkfokt, Ky., April 1. There is distress, disease or inconvenience man evidently one county in the state that ifested in the kidneys, back, bladder a visit the turnpike or urinary passage is often, by mistake, has no fearofarticles fromincorporation raiders, as of attributed to female weakness or womb were filed with the secretary of state trouble of some sort. Thursday for the Independence Turn The error is easily made and may be Co., as easily avoided by setting urine aside pike stock of Grant county. The capis $2,500. This is the first for twenty-fou- r hours ; a sediment or ital settling is evidence that your kidneys turnrike company organized since the and bladder need doctoring. If you raiding began two vears ago. have pain or dull aching in tbe back, Prof. Graham Keidgiis. pass water too frequently, or scanty Lexington, Ky., April 4. The vensupply, with smarting or burning, erable Prof. Cobt. Graham, of the Col these are also convincing proofs of lege of the Bible of Kentucky univer kidney trouble. If you have doctored sity, has formally resigned the chair without benebt, try Dr. .Kilmers of philosophy, which he has held since Swamp-Hoothe great kidney remedy. the the mild and tbe extraordinary effect ago. foundation of the college, 'Jl years will surprise you. It stands the high Store Destroyed by Fire. est for its wonderful cures. If you J. S. Owexton, Ky., April 1. take a medicine you should take the best. At druggists fifty cents and one Goodrich's store, house and stock of dollar. merchandise at Gratis were burned You may have a sample bottle and Thursday morning at a Joss of 4,000. pamplet both sent free by mail, upon The origin of the lire is unknown. stamps to receipt of three Showers Gets L.fe Imprisonment. cover cost of postage on the bottle. Eliza uetiitowx, Ky., March 31. Mention The Central Kecord and send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co. The jury in the Showers murder case Bingbamton, N. Y. The proprietors of found a verdict of manslaughter and this paper guarantee the genuiness, of fixed the punishment at lift; imprison(3( this offer. ment. No appeal will be taken. Four K.lled in an K.ip oilon. CAMri!Ki.i.svn.Li:, Ky., April day morning the steam .shingle i Always t, two-ce- A Beautiful Poem. Read by Eld George Gowen at the A. & B. Coquet and Proctor Knott funeral of Miss Minnia West. Cigars. Best in the market. IF I SHOULD DIE TONIGHT. will accomplish so much toward THE CITY. Womens' and Misses' Garments. Go to Mrs. M. D. Hughes' S.S.S.fTLBlood and see We handle only the Best Goods and strive to please. II I should die tonight My friends would look upon my quiet face Before they laid It it its last resting place, And deem that death had left it almost fair And, laying sno white flowers against my hair, Would smooth It down with tearful tenderness, And fold my hands with lingering caress Poor hands, so empty and so cold H, M. BALLOU Morgan Denmark. Morgan Denmark is a bay stallion, 1C hands high. He is splendidly bred, as a glance at bis pedigree will show. He will make tbe present season of 189S at our stable, on the new Lan Lancaster pike, 5 miles from Danville, At $5.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Care takan to prevent accidents, but not re 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 ; 2nd dam by Virginia; 3rd dam by Matchless; 4th dam by Transby. Morgan Denmark is one of tbe best bred sad dle stallions In Kentucky. Has good mane and ta.il. and good, long, rangy neck. Don't fail to see him Will also stand ONE GOOD MULE JACK at .U to insure. BAUGHMAN BBO'S. , I S3 6t. Danville, Ky. If I should die tonight My friends would call to mind with loving thought. Some kindly deed that my icy hands had wrought, Some gentle word the frozen lips had said; Errands on which the willing feet had sped; The memory of my selfishness and pride, My hasty words, would all be put aside, And I should be lov d If I should die Even hearts estranged would turn once more to me. Recalling other days remorsefully. The eyes that chill me with averted glance Would look upon me as of yore, perchance, And soften, In the old familiar way; For who could war with dumb, nnconcions clay? So I might rest, forgiven of all, Oh, friends, I pray Keep not your kisses for de id, cold brow; The way is lonely. let me feel them now. Think gently of me; I am travel-wor.- i; My faltering feet are pierced with many a thorn; Forgive, ob, hearts estranged, forgive, I plead; When dreamless rest Is mine, I snail not need The tendernesa for which I long rendering the system capable of resisting the evil influences which are so liable to attack it during the summer when sickness is so abundant. It is the best tonic on the market, and system-buildbecause it ia a real blood remedy and is made solely to search out and remove all impurities, and nnTvnlvn.n abundance of'DUre. rich and red blood. S. S. S. is made exclusively of roots and herbs, finrl ia Nature's own remedv. It is purely vegetable, and is the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no potash, mercury or other mineral. Be sure to get S. S. S. There is nothing half as good. er the latest styles, and Wanamaker and Browns' samples, for Womens' tailor- suits, waists, skirts, also Misses' Jackets and suits, at Philadel phia prices. Perfect fit guaranteed. I also have boys' suits in the latest style, atgrerlly reduced prices. M. D. Hughes, Agent Mrs. aicdelland'a Purchase. Lexington, Ky., April 1. Mrs. ByMcClelland, widow of the noted ron turfman, Thursday became owner of one of th'j most desirable locations She paid cash in Lexington. for the Siebrecht property at the corner of Short and Upper streets. means practically no A TEST CASE. discomfort at all. There-iDic!nrelY7ncontitutional by a no reason why childLou Hviile JuJe. birth should bo a period Ky., April 5. Judge of pain and dread. Sev. Lorisvii.i.K. It is a Emmeit Field Monday morning de- eral months before a liniment to be apcided that the census act in regard to woman becomes a plied expublic schools passed hy the leg.slature mother she should ternally. is unconstitutional. The decision was prepare herself for the critical ordeal. It relaxes rendered in a test case, brought by the musthu Louisville school board, which There is a preparacles and rewhich ia opposed the act as baing a criminal tion made for this lieves the intended indictment of every resident of Louis- purpose alone. distension, Judge Field held that the ville. gives elasticiThe name of preisont act relates almost entirely to this wonderful ty to every the. city of Louisville and the county preparation is organ conof Joirerson anil excludes certain cerned in childbirth, and classes of children in this district that Moinsr s takes away all are not excluded in others in the didanger and vision of the school fund. The. case Friend. nearly all Buffewill go to the court of appeals. If susring. Best results tained it will save the school board follow if the 50,000 per annum. remedy 13 used during the whole MILLSTONE BURST. period of pregnancy. It is the Three Men. Injured in the L.ttnnla Disonly remedy of the tillery at Milld.iie. kind in the world Milldale. Ky., April 5. One of the that is endorsed by big mills in the Latonia distillery physicians. burst at noon Monday. The injured $1 per bottle at all an.: drug stores, or sent John Keller, leg broken; badly cut. by mail on receipt John Zolor, leg broken; bruises. of price. Ernest Griilin, bruised and cut. Free Books con A huge millstone broke, and fragtaining invaluable inments of iron and stone were sent formation for all women, will bo sent to anv adcrashing about three men, who dress upon application to were at work cleaning up the debrisof Sunday night's lire, which caused a The Bradleld Regulator Co., lo,s of 55,000 in the millroom. It is Atlanta, Ga. fcupposed that the heat of the fire Played Haroe "V7;;i Truir. caused the stone to crack. Doctors, who were hurried Fi:ankfoi:t, Ky , April 0. A driving from Covington, said they could not tell snow, which reached a depth of over how badly Keller and Zolor are in- an inch, fell in this section in the early hours of Tuesday morning, playjured. ing havoc with the fruit crop. TelTHE CONGREGATION egrams from neighboring counties inAsked to Pray For the Safety of Consul dicate the same result, and the crop is General I".tzliuli Lee. badly damaged all over the state. Fkankfokt. Ky., April 2. At the Wheat does not appear to bo injured. opening services at the Catholic church She Returned Home Penitent. Fridai night Uev. Father T. S. Major Lexington, Ky., April 0. Mrs. Ray, said: 10 days ago, returned 'God loves a brave man. and it is who left the city reto Lexington right for good people to pray for a establish home-lik- eTuesday, seeking toher relations with brave man when he is in danger. husband and children. Ray, however, There is a brave and a good man in has turned a deaf ear to her entreaties. danger and I hope every one He his in this congregation will pray for his the has placed home,three little ones in says Children's safety. I refer to Gen. l'itzhugh Lee. never again live with and wife. he will his In my opinion, if war is declared beMay Oppose Colson. fore Gen. Lee leaves Havana, his life Richmond, Ky., April G. It is auwill not be worth a pin." It was an impressive scene when the thoritatively stated here that should big congregation bowed their heads in Hon. John Henry Wilson, of Barbour-villfail to receive the appointment silent prayer for this noble man. of deputy district attorney for KenImportant JieciHion. conhe Lexington, Ky., April 5. Merrick tucky, in will enter the race for gress the Lodge of Odd Fellows, seeking to en- CongressmanEleventh district against D. G. Colson. join the collection of state, county and Commodore Schley's Farewell. city taxes on its property, brought the Louisville, Ky.. April C. Chris case before Circuit Judge Parker, who, Monday, decided that the property is Schley, a butcher of this city, received not exempt from taxation, holding a letter Tuesday from his uncle. Comthat the funds of the order derived modore Schley, of the Hying squadron, The commodore from this property is not "wholly"' de- telling him good-by- . voted to public charity. The case will says in his letter that war is inevitable and he expects to be in the thickest of be taken to the court of appeals. the fight. S'x Skeletons Sitting in a Cave. Frost Fruit Blooms. Uniontov.w", Kw, April 4. While Stanfokii, Ky., April C. A blizzard plowing in a field near this place Hen- struck this part of Kentucky Monday ry Jackson, a farm hand, uncovered a snow several inches deep slab of stone. live feet square. Under night, and the ground, and the ice is covers the stone were six skeletons in a sit- now thick. Peach, ting position. The grave was lined on a quarter inchwere in full bloom, plum and pear trees all sides with huge sand stones. Sev- and bloom is killed. Other fruits are every eral pieces of quaint pottery and In- safe. dian war implements were also found Killed hy Falling Slate. in the grave. Coixv, Ky., April 0. At the Tom's Named II is Assistant. Creek mines, Coeburn, Va., near the Fkaxkkokt, Ky., April 2. E. E. Kcntuck3" borderline, Henry Williams, Wood, of Whitley count3 was ap- formerly of Cincinnati, was killed bepointed assistant secretary of state falling slate Tuesday. This is the Friday by Secretary of State Finley. sixth accidental killing that has ocMr. E. D. Gulfy, former assistant sec- curred at Tom's Creek since March L retary, resigned to become chief dep Death or Clarence Rate. uty in the ollice of Surveyor of the Louisville, Ky., April C Mr. ClarPort Bennett, at Louisville. ence Bate, chairman of the populist Saw Death state central committee of Kentucky, nAi:i:oisr.ui:o, Ky., April 4. Edgar died late Tuesday night in this city. Sledger. a Cincinnati Southern brake-ma- Mr. Bate was one of the leading men was fatally injured at Burgin. of his party, and was a candidate for lie was switching and his foot became governor several times. fastened in the frog. As the ear slowly Tolmcco Plants Injured. came down on him he bent over his Myehs, Ky., April 0. A blizzard off at passed over thispartof Kentucky Monfull length and his leg was cut the thigh. day night, with sleet, followed by New Case in liell County. snow to the depth of four inches, MiDOLKSiionorGit, Ky., April 5. No which will doubtless kill all tobacco new casss of smallpox here. The daily plants. The peach crop will alsa be inspections by the new corps of in- killed. spectors are. thorough, and it is not Oil! cor Drops Dead. thought that any further new discovLexington, Ky.. April C Patrolman eries will be made. No information Thomas J. Haley dropped dead in can be obtained as to time of revoking billiard hall Tuesday a'ter-nouthe quarantine orders. He had gone there to subpoena Henderson Assistance. Charles Cook as a witness at police HnxnEiisox, Ky., April 5. Over S400 court. colin money and groceries have been Four Inches of Snoir. lected by Mayor Thompson and a few Richjioxd, Ky., April 0. The heaviother citizens. The mayor left Monday est snow of the season fell here Monevening on the 6 o'clock boat for the day night, reaching a depth of four scene of the Shawneetown disaster. inches. The frost has destroyed This city will give SI. 000 or more. peaches, plums and cherries. I.' xiiiS' oil's Court House. Heaviest Snow of the Season. Lexington, Ky., April 5. The conRichmond, Ky., April 0. The heavtracts for all the work of rebuilding iest snow of the season fell here MonLexington's burned court house have day night, the fall being four inches. been let and work will begin in a few This makes the "fruit outlook in Madidavs. There was no competition for son county gloomy. the work, it not being let to the lowest Cold Wave and Snow. and best bidder. Elizabeth towx, Ky., April C A Peaches Killed. cold wave struck this county Monday, Bakbouiisville, Ky., April 5. Re- Tuesday morning a hcav- - snow felL killed the peach crop All small fruit is killed, as well as tocent frosts have and greatly damaged the apple crop. bacco plants. e, n, " i's n. Whan the hens are laying and sing Co. ing, and cocks are crowing, then you nooga and St Louis Railway wasfor in Her husband 825,000 damages. in good health; may know that they are the employ of the road and was killed but when they seem restless and are last December. constantly picking their feathers, look Dentil of Failax. for lice. Lexington, Ky., April 2. Failax, bay colt by Imp. Deceiv THORNS TO SIT UPON. er, dam Lady Hamilton, the property Many people gather thorns by fail of H. It Ward, of Cynthiana, Ky., died ing to heed tbe warning sent out by Thursday night at the Lexington tongue-parchd seased kidneys-coatThe "colt was in J. D. Stevens' track. skin feverishness dull dragging stable and had just been brought here pain general feeling of weariness is from New Orleans. Pneumonia caused sure evidence of kidney and bladder death. trouble. Take Utah Kidney B;ans at Wealthy Farmer Dead. oace they will cure you they have Owenton, Ky., March SO. John cured thousands of others. 'IHE 1 URN one of Owen county's wealthiest ers of Philadelphia make Utah Kidney Beans. farmers.died Monday night at his home, E. B. Samuels, County Clerk of Hickman one mile from town, of consumption. ennntv. Clinton Kentucky, testifies, that he suffered for yeaas with horrible pains in the He leaves a wV' asd five children. ed ed Wants SS35,00O Damages. Paducah, Ky., April 2. Mrs. May Derrington filed suit in the circuit court against the Nashville, Chatta- Lawken'cebut.g, Ky., April 4. The internal revenue collections on whisky at this point for the month of March were S142, 779.50, as against 90,413.0-for the same month last year. This is an increase of S20.S70.19 over the pre ceding month of this year. Patriotic Youusr Ladies. Ludlow, Ky., April 4. The young ladies of the Presbyterian church m this city, have formed a nursing school for tha purpose of fitting themselves to act as nurses, and will volurrtee their services should hostilities break out Mar-sto- n. back, kidneys and bladder was treated by many physicians they Rave him no relief be (tot so mat ne coma naraiy (una aione ui.nu Kidney Beans, he says, completely enred him He gladly recommends them, to all sufferers, Lancaster agent, R. E. McRoberts, Pharmacist. Turners' Little Liver Turners A veiy small pin. Jtum your uyer. a ime iusuvs, am BHurnuuucr put. rMHtvl We Cuts, Bums, Bruises, Kheu-matis- and Sores. Price, 25 cent print Invitations. Sax Francisco, April C Dr. W. P. Ballance, of New Haven. Ct., who was supposed to have gone down with the wreck of the bark Almy off Golden Gate, did not perish. Instead of starting for Alaska on the Almy he sailed on the schooner Thomas F. Negus, and the fact of his safety was learned when that vessel put into port for supplies Monday night. lleary Fire Loss at V.cksbnrg. Vicksbukq, Miss., April 6. Fire which broke out at 1:30 Tuesday morning destroyed the Piazza opera house, Pitt's drug store, Piazza harness factory and buggy warehouse. The loss Richmond Is Free From S mallpox. will approximate 5125,000, only parRichmond, Ky., April 4. City and tially covered by insurance. county authorities condemned some ol Woolen Hills Destroyed. the houses occupied by Negroes when Clahksville, Tenn., April 6. Woolsmallpox appeared here and some have been burned. The .health board is en mills and pants factory at Peacher preparing to issue a proclamation to Mills burned Tuesday morning. Loss, the effect that the city is entirely free 815,000; insurance, S10.000. Unknown origin. Forty workmen are thrown from the disease. out. Jicky Stup Perkins Fined. Lexington, Ky., April 3. Jockey President McKinley did not go to "Soup" Perkins was fined in police church Sunday, but wis busily encourt Friday afternoon for being gaged. Quite a number of executive drunk and assaulting Kate Singleton. clerks were also at work during the Soup filled up on bad whisky and tried I day. to carve Kate with a razor. Whisky Revenue. Dr. Dallance is Reported SaTe. I pi-.-- FARM AND STOCK NOTES. I ACCORDING All TO TALENTS on the of Us Wi!l bashels corn wanted. I will otic dollar an I sixty cants per barrel for 1,0'JO barrels of corn delivered at the I'ilyrimtijre Distillery during the months of March and April. Jxo. W. Mii.t.ek, Mgr. F.mncrs take notice. Don't give fiy order for wire fence or fencing ;clincs until you sec L. IJ. Hughes, who handJes tlie he.t on the market Call on or address L. 11. Hughes, Marks-burGnrrard County Ivy., or leave orders with J. R llaselden Lancaster, Kentucky. 5.003 111 Ee Judged Last Cay. Oar Environment at Birth and Evil Tint May II:ive Smrouiitluil V Will lS.s Duly Considered All Men Kqu-i- l Uev. tor. Not Crcati-Taliuage'ti .Sermon. Dr. Tnlmagc took for his text Matthew vii., 2: ''With what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you J "or sale. Two short horn Hull calves ages G and S months, for particulars apply to tf. G. S. Gains. Frank Bourne bought of Jas. Underwood two heifers at $25, each. Mr. Frank Bowen bought a nice cow and calf from Mr. John Eason, at 10. V. S. bought of A. A. Arnlbs. old 20 nice shoats averaging at 3 c. It. G. Fox fc Rice sold to Carithcrs & Beard, of Lexington, nine mules for 0J0. Advocatr. McCirley and Lawson bought of J. V. Robinson 03 heavy hogs averging about 200 lbs. at T.5V per hundred. C W. Anderson dought of Mr. near Hubble, a nice bunch of shoats weighing 110 lbs. each at 3c!s. Thomes Sallee, of. the West End, bou lit 2S ewes from different parties, piying S3. Harrodsburg Deimcrat. McCarley and Lawsron will ship to Cincinnati market this week a nice load of hogs for which they paid from : to 3 2 cents Never permit a peice ground to lie idle because it is rough. Stock it with sheep, and thej' will at least pay the interest and taxes. It is idle to work for nothing when it can be avoided. Perhaps you have been wintering stock not good enough to pay for the gcod feed and care you have given them. James W. Miller sold to Labrot & Graham between 2,000 and 3,000 barrels of shelled corn at SI 05. J. A. Cohogs at 3 hen bought Woodford Sun. Thirty-fiv- e years make a generation. That is how long Adolph Fisher, of Zancsvillc, O., suffered from piles. He was cured by using three boxes of Witch Hazel Salver. Stormes' lm Drug Store. Many level headed farmers have kept their faith in the poor, despised iheep, despite the low prices in recent years. Sheep will both feed and clothe a man, which is more than can be said of other farm animals. II. A. B. Marksbury & Son have 0 bought in the last few days over lbs. of hemp at S3. 73. Their receipts have also baen large, last Friday they received over 93.0J0 lbs. and on Saturday over 7S,000 lbs. Some men expect a full blood sire to produce a colt after his own style and finish, without any regard to the fact that the mare is of no style or type whatever. It is not well to let your expectations outrun your common sence. A farmer can not always have things his own way, and should look at all siles of a problem. The price of wool should not influence him overmuch in his decision as to keeping sheep, for it he has a good, large, mutton sheep he is sure of a profit. Grinding the feed for the stock will soon save more than will pay for the extra labor and expense, whether one owns a hand machine or a larger one in common with a company of his neighbors; but there is such a thing as grinding too fine. Wm. Kcllcy Anderson and Monroe Ftoyd raised on the shares on the farm of C. A. Robinsoh, and delivered this week about 30,000 lbs. of hemp and they deserve the premuim for the nicest and best handleb hemp of the season. It was all a strictly No. 1. 'J he coach stallions which were just being introduced when the panic came, when bred to good trotting bred mares, have given the highest harness horses, but tiiere are so few of them. It is a wonder that farmers did not keep up their courage in this line at least. Col. John B. Castlcman had his deed to the Shaker property put to record here Wednesday S22.C30. CoL is greatly improving the place in many ways. A single item in beautifying the premises is the setting out of 12,000 trees. Sayings. . Wm. Arnold sold this week to Price Hudson, of Danville, for Thompson & Hudson, of New OrLeans, 24 sugar mules at S90 each, aggregating 2,100. This is the best lot of mules shipped out of Madison county this season. Richmond Register. Lixcor.Jf Iteme: Shelby Tevis bought a bunch of dry cows at 2 C. Hays sold 50 short yearlings to J. Garrard county parlies at S20. Josh Jones sold to Liroy Lisle, of Jessamine, a lot of common steers at 4 John Bough sold to a Boyle 'county party some butcher cattle at 3 A. A. Crutchfield sold to C. M. Jones a bunch of shoats at 3c. Mark Hardin sold to J. M. Baughman a bunch of hogs at 3 Interior Journal. In batter malting everything is biing sifted down to a business proposition. Diarymen make more money now than in the days when butter was higher because of more scientific methods, more crsamerics, more summer crops raised and better cows kept The heifer with her first calf is but half a cow, and few are ready to buy her; yet if she is of good blood and well cirad for she will grow in value faster than any other stock on the farm. Even her objectionable small teats will become developed with careful handling. S2,195-poun- d c 500,-00- I l-- c. CUBAN RELIEF cures HI Colic' luMl&rS in tvc Keumlgiaand Toothache 'ralBHtes. Sour Stomach and Summer Complaidfc. 'JPtke, 25 Cents. In the greatest sermon ever preacha sermon about 15 minutes long, according to the ordinary rate of speech a sermon on the Mount of Olives, the preacher sitting while He spoke, according to the ancient mode of orator, the people were given to understand that the same yard-stic- k that they employed upon others would Meas be employed upon themselves. ure others by a- harsh rule, and you wilK be measured by a harsh rule. Measure others by a charitable rule, and you will be measured by a charitable rule. Give no mercy to others and no mercy will be given to j'ou. "With what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again." There is a great deal of unfairness in criticism in human conduct. It was to smite that unfairness that Christ uttered the words of the text, and my of the divine sermon will be a In estimating the missentiment. behavior of others, we must take into consideration the pressure of circumstances. It is never right to do wrong, but there are degrees of culpabilitj'. When men misbehave or commit some atrocious wickedness we are disposed indiscriminately to tumble them all over the bank of condemnation. Suffer they ought, and suffer they must, but in difference of degree. In the first place, in estimating the misdoing of others, we must take into calculation the hereditary tendency. There is such a thing as good blood, and there is such a thing as bad blood. There are families that have had a moral twist in them for a hundred years back. They have not been careful to keep the family record in that regard. There have been and escapades, and maraudings and moral deficits scoundrclisms all the way back, whether call it kleptomania, or pyromania or dipsomania, or whether it be in a milder form, and amount to no mania at alL The strong probability is that the present criminal started life with nerve, muscle and bone contaminated. As some start life with a natural tendency to nobility and generosity and kindness and truthfulness, there are others who start life with just the opposite tcndenc, and they are born liars, or born malcontents, or born outlaws, or born swindlers. There is !.n England a school that is called the Princess Mary school. All the children in that school are the children of convicts. The school is I had the pleasunder ure of being presented at one of their anniversaries, presided over by the earl of Kintore. By a wise law in England, after parents have committed a cirtain number of crimes, and thcreb shown themselves incompetent rightly to bring up their children, the little ones are taken from under pernicious influences and put in reformatory schools, where all gracious and kindly influences shall be brought upon them, Of course the experiment is young, and it has got to be demonstrated how large a percentage of the children of convicts may be brought up to respectability and usefulness. But we all know that it is more difficult for children of bad parentage to do right than for children of good parentage. In this country we are taught by the declaration of American independence that all people are born equal. There never was a greater misrepresentation put in one sentence than in that sentence which implies that we are born equal. You may as well say that flow ers are born equal, or animals are born equal. Why does one horse cost S100 and another horse cost 55,000? Why does one sheep cost S10 and another sheep cost 500? Difference in blood. We are wise enough to recognize it in Iiorses, in cattle, in sheep, but we are not wise enough to make allowances for the difference in the human blood. Now I demand by the law of eternal fairness that you be more lenient in your criticism of those who were born wrong, in whose ancestral line there was a hangman's knot, or who came from a tree the fruit of which for centuries has been gnarled and worm-eateDr. Harris, a reformer, gave some marvelous statistics in his story of a woman he called "Margaret, the Ninety years mother of criminals." ago she lived in a village in upper New She was not only poor, York state. but she was vicious. She was not well provided for. There were no alms The public however, houses there. somewhat looked after her, but chiefly scoffed at her, and derided her, and pushed her further down in crime. That was 00 j'cars ago. There have been 623 persons in that ancestral line, 200 of them criminals. In one branch of that family there were 20, and nine of them have been in state prison, and nearly all of the others have turned out badly. It is estimated that that family cost the county and state 8100,000, to say nothing of the property they destroyed. Are j'ou not willing, as sensible, fair people, to acknowledge that it is a fearful disaster to be born in such an ancestral line? Does it not make a great difference whether one descends from Margaret, the mother of criminals, or from some mother in Israel? Whether you are the son of Ahab or the son of Joshua? It is a very different thing to swim with the current from what it is to swim against the current, as some of you have no doubt found in your summer recreation. If a man finds himself in an ancestral current, where there is good blood flowing smoothly from generation to generation, it is not a great credit to him if he turn out good, and honest, and pure, and noble. He could hardly help it. But suppose he is born in an ancestral line, in an hereditary line, where the influences have been bad, and there has been a coming down over a moral declivity, if the man surrenders to the influences he will go down under the overmastering gravitation unless some supernatural aid be afforded him. Now, such a person deserves not your excoriation, but your pity. Do not sit with the Hp curled in scorn, and with an assumed air of angelic innocence looking down upon such moral precipitation. You had better get down on your knees and first pray Almighty God for your km ed . again."' and next thank the Lord that you have not been thrown under the wheels of that juggernaut. In Gn at Britain and in the United States, in every generation, there are tens of thousands of persons who are fully developed criminals and incarcerated, I say in every generation. Then I snppu&a there are tens of thousands of persons not found out in their criminality. In addition to Jthese there arc, tens of thousands of persons who, not positively becoming criminals, nevertheless have a criminal tendency. Anyone of all those thousands, by the grace of God may become Christian, and resist the ancestral influence, and open anew chapter of behavior; but the vast majority of them will not, and it becomes all men, professional, ministers of religion, judges of courts, philanthropists and Christian workers, to recognize the fact that there are these Atlantic and Pacific surges of hereditary evil rolling on through the centuries. I say of course, a man can resist this tendency, just as in the ancestral line mentioned in the first You see in the chapter of Matthew. same line in which there was a wicked Rehoboam and a desperate Manasses, there afterward came a pious Josiah and a glorious Christ. But my friends, you must recognize the fact that these influences go on from generation to generation. I am glad to know however, that a river which has produced nothing but miasma for a hundred miles, may after awhile turn the wheels of factories and help support industrious and virtuous populations; and there are family lines which were poisoned that are a benediction now. At the last day it will be found out that there are men who have gone clear over into all forms of iniquity and plunged into utter abandonment, who before they yielded to the first temptation resisted more evil than many a man ho has been moral and upright all his life. But, supposing now, that in this age, when there are so many good people, that I come down into this audience and select the very best man in it. I do not mean the man who would style himself the besA, for probably he is a hj'poerite; but I mean the man who before God is really the best. I will take you out from all your Christian surroundings. I will put you in a depraved home. I will put in a cradle of iniquity. Who is bending over that cradle? An intoxicated mother. Who is that swearing in the next room? Your father. The neighbors come in to talk, and their jokes are unclean. There is not in the house a Bible or a moral treatise but only a few scraps of an old pictorial. After awhile you are old enough to get out of the cradle, and you are struck across the head for naughtiness, but never in any kindly manner reprimanded. After awhile you are old enough to go abroad, and you are sent out with a basket to steal. If you come homo without any spoil you are whipped until the blood comes. At 15 years of age you go out to fight your own battles in this world, which seems to care no more for you than the dog that has died of a fit under the fence. You are kicked and cuffed and buffeted. Some day, rallying your courage, you resent some wrong. A man says: "Who are you? I know who you are. Your father had free lodgings at Sing Sing. You mother, she was up for drunkenness at the criminal court. d Get out of the way, you wretch!" My brother, suppose that had been the history of your advent, and the history of your earlier surroundings, would you have been the Christian man you are seated in this Christian assembly? I tell you nay. You would have been a vagabond, an outlaw, a murderer on the scaffold atoning for your crime. All these considerations ought to make us merciful in our dealings with the wandering and the lost Again, I have to remark, that in our estimation the misdoing of people who have fallen from high respectability and usefulness, we must take into con sideration the conjunction of circumstances. In nine cases out of ten the man who goes astray does not intend any positive wrong. He has trust funds. He risks a part of these funds He says, "Now, if I in investment should lose that investment I have of my own property five times as much, and if this investment should go wrong I could easily make it up; I could five times make it up." With that wrong reasoning he goes on and makes an investment, and it does not turn out quite as well as he expected. and he makes another investment, and strange to say at the same time all his other affairs get entangled, and all his other resources fail, and his hands arc tied. Now he wants to extricate him self. He goes a little further on in the wrong investment He takes a plunge further ahead, for he wants to save his wife and children, he wants to save his home, he wants to save his membership in the church. He takes one more plunge and all is lost Some morning at 10 o'clock the bank door is not opened, and there is a card on the door signed by an officer of the bank, indicating there is trouble, and the name of the defaulter or the heads the newspaper column and hundreds of men say: "Good for him;" hundreds of other men say: "I'm glad he's found out at last;" hundreds of other men say: "Just as I told you;"' hundreds of other men say: "We couldn't possibly have been tempted to do that no conjunction of circumstances could ever" have overthrown me;" and there is a superabundance of indignation, but no pity. The heavens full of lightning but not one drop of dew. If God treated us as society treats that man we would all have been in hell long ago! Wait for the alleviating circumstances. Perhaps he may have baen the dupe of others. Bafore you let all the hounds out from their kennel to maul and tear that man, find out if he has not been brought up. in a commercial establishment where there was a wrong system of ethics taught; find out whether that man has not an wife who is not satisfied with his honest earnings, and in the temptation to please her he has gone into that ruin into which enough men have fallen and by the same temptation, to make a procession of many miles. Perhaps some sudden sickness may have touched his brain, and his judgment may be unbalanced. He is wrong, he is awfully wrong, and he must be condemned, but there may be mitigating circumstances. Perhaps under the same temptation you might have fallen. The reason some men do not steal 8200,000 is because they do not get a chancel Hare righteous indignation you must about that man's con duct, but temper it with mercy. uut yon say: "J am gorry tnat-tlow-livey, r ee, es, I am, innocent should 'suffer. ALL WOMEN too sorry for the widows and orphans Should know that the .vho lost their all by that defalcation. "Old Time" Remedy, I am sorry also for the Lu auess men, the honest business men, who have had their affairs all crippled by that defalcation. I am sorry for the venerable Lank resident to whom the credit of that bank was a matter of pride. Yes, I am sorry also for that man who brought all the distres-- ; sorry that he sacrificed body, mind, soul, reputation, Heaven, and went into the blackness You defiantly of darkness forever. say: "I could not be tempted in that way." Perhaps you may be tested after awhile. God has a very good memory, and He sometimes seems to Is the best say: "This man feels so strong in his Irregularities for haale TmmMm. f!nrrprt3 nil in Female Organs. 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Bo honest, and be pauperized, and have your children brought home from school, your family dethroned in social influence. The other thing is, you can step little aside from that which is right, you can only just go half an inch out of the proper path, you can only take a little risk, and then you have all your finances fair and right. You will have a large property. You can leave a fortune for your chil dren, and endow a college, and build a public library in your nativj town. You halt and wait, and halt and wath until your lips get white. You decide to risk it Only a few strokes of the pen now. But, oh, how your hand trembles how dreadfully it trembles! Iho die is cast. By tha strangest and most awful conjunction of circumstance any one could hava imaged you are prostrated. Bankrupt cy, commeraial annihilation, exposure, crime. Good men mourn and devils hold carnival, and you s.'e your own name at tne ncad 01 the newspaper column in a whole congress of exclamation points; and while you are read' ing the anathema in the rcportorlal and editorial paragraph it occurs to you how much this story is like that of the defalcation 15 years ago, and a clap of thunder shakes the window sill. saying: " ith what measure ye meto it shall be measured to you again!' You look in another direction. There is nothing like conditions of temper to put a man to disadvantage. You, a man with fine pulses and a fine digesttion and perfect health, can not understand how any body should be capsiz.'d in temper by an infinitesimal annoyance. You say: "I couldn't be unbalanced in that way." 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