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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Thursday, May 11, 1899. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1899 cen1899051101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Thursday, May 11, 1899. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1899 $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. 1 I Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter r t1r tt h tf or FEAR NuMB R 6 i- Y 1 w rte rxNTn LOUrS LANDRAM Publisher Chupnttr Champion Draw See them you place your order for Machines FUNERAL DIRECTORS Cut Mow rs J R HASELDEN before BdZLEYBAIIGH IAN ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky W McC JOHNSTON JOHN JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Civil Engineers and Surveyors LANCASTER KY JXOT AYS JTHAMILTOX JEROBISSO- KH js Hamilton BoM mi- tto neys and Counselors at Law LANCASTER KY T JOIISSTON- c pattern that is uptodate Nice line and Colored Puff Bosom Silk Shirts at 150 We the peope to if your Need Shirts of White t are f SPR2NG interview H A2 GEAR Handling Hats and Headgear Generally in great Quantities as we do we have established relations direct with the Manufac tuers Thus Saving for the patrons of our house the average 25 per cent profit of the Jobbers from whom alone the ordinary re taller must buy his goods Our 100 Hat is a world beater We have all the latest Styles Shapes In Stiff Hats Soft Hats Straw Hats and Crash Hats and will save you 25 per cent on evey Hat you buy of us Come and see foryourself A special line of Boys and Childrens Clothing at prices that stump all competition A Base Ball Cap and Belt given free with each Suit from 250 up i LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAY ll lt99 4 LOCAL HAPPENINGS nmtrnnnfrnrnfnnrnr nft1i44f ifi141 1LuluuaIi llU111tuttltult 1 13 11lt 1ltlaaa l1l15S116 13 l1c Look for Tob Henry Lovely taffeta silks at Josephs Prettiest Hosiery in town at Jo sophs x See the large liuc of Parasols at Jo sephs The City Council will push the ordinance Graded School pupils are getting ready for Commencement Harness cheaper than any place in town W J Carpets in the roll J A Beazlcy Co Will give Si cLs dozen this week IT B Wanted Car Iron and Bonjts IT B North cott of Wool Highest market ITNB Nortncott One large Cloth of Gold Rose and five Marshal Neil Rose J C TnojirsoN I have second hand Buggies and Phaetons at a bargain V T R03IANS You are sure to have pretty feet if you buy your slippers of R L Jennings Co Paint Lick Do you wish to d ress correctly buy your clothing shoos and hats of R L Jennings Co Paint Lick A good young cow for sale For par ticulars call on J G Ilendrickson Lancaster Ky It Building Lots If you want to buy Venice Building Lot I can sell you one froml to 4 acres cheap T GintuEY the Market Hoosier Corn Planters Brown Cul tivators Johnston Roller Barri ng Disc Harrows Deering Binders and Mov ers G S GAINES Lost Gold Sisil Or watch charm near Fork Church Liberal reward for return to Richar Ryan at Hamilton House sidewalk mANs pounds t J For Sale The on I out s 1 r forte gs oTT NAxmD100aQ pried forSale urcies I- so a Best t f I Bob Henry is coming to see you Beautiful Ginghams at Josephs See the Madras and Piques at sephs A Handsome dress goods of all kinds at Josephs A Remember given on the Range at JosepbiS Bob Henry does not come to you as a joke He wants that subscription Highest price in cash or trade for your Eggs at T We are better prepared than ever to sell you carpets J A Beazlcy Co Late styles of sash buckles 25c up THOMPSON the Jeweler Fancy Clover and Timothy Hay sold and delivered anywhere in town by G S Bring in your old vehicle and have it made new Wont much W J ROMANS We will pay 10 cents per dozen for Eggs in goods R L Jennings Co Paint Lick The flowers of Spring put to the old dusty carpets Buy a new one of R L Jennings Co Paint Lick Dont b r c a up housekeeping Break up the old furniture and buy new of R L Jennings Co Paint Lick I have about fif acres of good Clover to rent cheap 3t WM IT IVINNAIKD I wish to rent out the property be longing to Mrs Susan Fisher on Lcx ngton street Possession given im mediately J W SWEENEY Take your old Buggy Phaeton Road Wagon and Surrey to W J Romans and have them made We are turning out the best ever done in Lancaster Wv J ROMANS Teachers Kxaniiiiutiox Examination for white teachers will be held in my orticc May 1 and 20 The examination for colored teachers will be held at same place May 25 and 27 ma4tfj ELISA J Lusic Supt i C J th tickets cU cost l For Rout c ys C Gaines ou C C new work o YES We have Line of Negligee Shirts INDEEDf OOO 1 the Swellest you ever saw or will see at 50cts 1 and 150 made in Every Style at tached and detached collars and cuffs Ev ry color shade and ever 1110 IOS08 J Y xl y- i ar Last 3Votlcc All Gaded School taxes not paid within next ten levy will be made and property advertised No further notice will be given Order of Board It EjW Harris Colrc More J C Thompson is having some handsome improvements made on his dwelling on avenue The residences of S O Denny and H M Ballou are rapidly hearing completion Will Build H A B has made to erect a large grain and hemp warehouse his lot near L N tracks It 50 x 100 feet three stories and t be completed July 1st Want to Cltisc at 730 The clerks are preparing to make an effort to have the stores close at 730 in the evening work from 6 A Jr and it is not to ask for more than twelve hours unless additional pay is j A severe hail storm struck several parts of the county Monday Great damage was done especially to garden truck The storm swung around Lan caster missing it on three sides from three miles out Now is the time to get a big bargain in a Surrey Buggy Phaeton or Road Wagon You can get haWess at cost when you buy any kind df a vehicle Ad AnKWered- Mr Harmond the colored man who advertised ia TIUSKCORD for a wife learnedthat advertising pays He was married Tuesday night to Ann Hiatt Cv Found Sum of Money Owner can get by describing money amount piece and to tal amount andpaying for trouble and this notice Bertram Spratt i Lancaster Kjf Honor for the Judge Gov Bradley has appointed Judge R A Burnside as a delegate to the National Fish Commissioners at Niagara Falls June 28 and 29 The Judge says he would like to take Dave Ross with him and make a drag imtlertfie inis Henry and John Duncan have con solidated their shops and are now in the old stand over Powells store Public Square and Lexington street Polite attention sharp razors clean towels and many years experience fit them to do the best of work Premiums The Howard Tailoring Co of Chi cago is giving a pure fur felt hat with each suit sold during May They are hats and the latest styles No change in prices Fits guaranteed Give us a trial order as many are do ing M D Hughes agent the Fish It is reported that seining and dy namiting is being carried on with a high hand in Dix river and in Fork There is a good reward for arrest and conviction of parties doing this and fishermen should take some steps to prevent the total destruction of the fish Little Coons Three or four dozen little negroes loaf about the streets every night block the side walks and make them selves a nuisance in many ways Mar shal Walker gathered in a covey of them Saturday night and we hope it will have a tendency to make the rascals be more particular in the future Colored Odd Fellow The colored Odd Fellows turned out Sunday afternoon to hear their annu al sermon which was delivered in the Methodist church This lodge is of the very best colored men in the county and their careful guard at the ballot box has made them one of the best lodges in the state They own a fine building and have as hand some regalia as any white lodge Good for George Senator George T Farris tells THE RECORD he secured a big contract for shoes last week at Frankfort Mr Farris represents Conn Martin Co wholesale dealers of Louisville He was present at the letting of contracts for shoes at the state Penitentiary and was the successful bid der on supplying footwear for 2000 men and 60 women convicts for the next six months This is a long feither for the clever Senators cap rind we glory in his The Sidewalk Ordinance The City Council has served notice on many parties to construct side walks in of their premises and TilE RECORD requested to the ordinance will be strictly enforced The matter has been held up on ac count of the but that incases where owners refuse to comply with the law the pavements be laidand the prop made f His has may 42t Building Dan MarkS arrangements o right Bale I tosix I meeting NcxtI corner A I Destroying Hanging little composed last week is say we are informed ori f I tll 1 li f1t ti Nno3rANs same ill each days vil1e iur will be given Damaging I success front will ertyowner to pay y f R a Co new at in le A Royal Time Quite a number of local Knights of Pythias attended the district meeting Danville Tuesday The brethren are loud in their the elegant manner in which the Danville boys cntertianed them We received a special invitation from brother Harry Giovannoli to attend the banquet but were unable to accept Stanford Court There were about 100 cattle on the market Monday and most of them changed hands Some good steers brought as high as Sic but was the ruling price for them Heifers were about 4c and butcher stuff 3 to 3jc Plug horses were dull and onlv a few mules sold The prices for the latter were to 880 Journal A Paint Lick Enterprise Fistula Salve put up by Adams Fish Paint Lick is meeting with ready sale every where Persons who have used it say its a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula Polevil Swinney Scratches Greasy Heel etc It is sold on written guarantee and money re funded if not as represented ap13 Opera Chairs Bought The Opera House Co has closed a contract with the Andrews Furniture Chicago for seven hundred hand some uptodate opera chairs for the building Those the lower floor are stained mahogony and the ones for the balcony are of the finest oak They are made with foLling seats hat and cloak racks and are the very latest and most improved pattern Cheap Hash An enterprising firm has sent a lot of letter heads to Lancaster business men which would be mighty nice if it were not for the immense advertise mcnt of the firm on them This is a cheaphash way advertising their goods and also makes the user thereof appear a little close which short order of course A Nice Spread The visiting politicians were given a handsome dinner at the Hamilton House Tuesday Among those who had the pleasure of sticking their shins under the mahogany were Sen ator Goebel Hon C B Hill Senator Geo Farris Capt J R Ryan Letcher Owsley J E Robinson Squire Dunn and several others The dinner was pronounced elegant in every way Our Collector Mr R E Henry has been employed as solicitor and collector for THE REC OUD He will ask everyone indebted to the paper to fork out the cash and will not stop until has either gotten the money or learns the reason why We do not employ a collector for the fun of the thing but because we need the money due us and need it Please take due notice and govern accordingly Handsome Endorsement The patrons of the Graded School and many others who send no pupils there showed their appreciation of the faithful work of Messrs B F Hudson and Lewis Y Leaven by giv them the largest vote ever polled a similar election Notwithstand left their business and went to the building to vote Had it not been a great many more would have gone but as it was they could not leave their stores Glorious News We learn from several sources that Dr J B Owsley of Stanford has bought the interest of his partner Mr Shanks in the lots adjoining the National Bank and will shortly begin the erection of handsome twostory business houses thereon We know that Capt Ryan the architect of fcred Dr Owsley 2500 for the lots and it was refused We hear its Dr Ows leys intention to put up substantial and uptodate buildings with big fi e walls between each room This is glorious news and we sincerely hope every word of it is true Noted Lecturer Coming Mrs Susan S Fessenden of Boston Mass will speak at the Christian church Sunday afternoon and again at night The afternoon lect ure will be mainly to the children of the Loyal TemjRerance but old and yo ng interested and invitedTto attend Swings appro priate to the occasion be render ed by the children and everything done make both entertain monts enjoyable and instructive Mrs Fessenden comes t o us the auspices of the W C T U For years she served as the State President of that organization In Mas sachusetts but withdrew to enter the field as a National Lecturer She to us highly recommended platform speaker and a lady of rare ability and and wa bespeak for her agood audience and who hear her a delightful occa free to all ac e I praiseof 5c f Adonis Enlargement for legitimate badl yourself ing opposingSat- urday neXt Leg o lie will under asa liOn AdmiSsion r Ala C Anything will are many comes culture forth what 1 t- f ONE DOLLAR A YEAR the for of Mr He Up sit th Repairs on Exchange The big switchboard at the telephone exchange was taken to Richmond the other day where some parties have a re gular repair shop lined up The board was completely overhauled and is now working like greased lightning The day it was out we had no service and people were firmly convinced that they not get along without the convenience There are about two hundred connections which subscribers get the benefit of and people are now wondering how they ever gut along without their telephone few more plugs left on the board but they will be taken soon The School Contest A large crowd attended the Contest at the Graded School building Friday evening and enjoyed the entertain ment very much As stated last it was to select representatives to the Graded School Tournament to be held in Somerset the 24th There were about half a dozen entries and each participant did so well the audience was at a loss to pick the winner The judges however soon announced Master Green Clay Walker and pretty Miss Edna Mason as entittled to the These represent the school and we feel safe they will fare equally as well in the final con test During the evening some sweet music was rendered by pupils of the school Ifustliiigat Stanford The Stanford Journal says a Club has been organized in that city for the purpose of hustling the towns interests Efforts wit be made to secure factories and other industries The Journal furtherstates the Club offered 5000 in cash and free water to the L N if the division be placed back at Rowland but the railroad people would not accept the offer Keep pulling neighbors Youll never get anything if you dont hustle for it By the way if our Stanford friends will help get the day passenger trains we are now after it will be a good thing for them It will be bet ter for them than for us as it will put two train crews there and give them the best railroad facilities in central Kentucky What say ye Bro Walton Much Oratory TheCourtIIouse was pretty wen filled Tuesday afternoon those who wanted to hear the gifted stumper Hon Wm Goebel and the other can didates in town There were many Republicans and a good sprinkle of gold Democrats on hand It was one the most orderly crowds we ever saw at a political gathering and each speaker was given marked attention Goebsl is a good speaker and knows how to present a point in a clear way He dwelt at length on the election law which bears his name praised the McChord bill devoted much time to the silver cause up the Republican administration eulogized Wm J Bryan espoused the Chinn school book bill and paid his respects to P Nat Hardin Mr Goe bel is fun of humor and at many times caused great laughter especially when ridiculing his oponent Mr Hardin The latter seemed to be his chief tar get as he never referred to Mr Stone the other candidate At the conclusion of Mr Goebels talk senator Hays of Jefferson county told the crowd of his candidacy for lieutenant governor and he was lowed by Judge C B Hill of Lee county who wants the nomination for secretary of state The speeches served to stir the boys up and those who have nothing else to do have been given something to talk about Commercial Club The regular meeting of the Commer cial Club held Tuesday night was well attended Mr Griffin the L N traveling freight agent was present was asked why it was that claimed to get better rates from Danville to Cincinnati than from this point He said if there were any dif ferences he was not aware of them the two roads had precisely the same published rates He said he had heard these charges but could never get a shipper to furnish him with figures whereby the L N could take The road could not act on and no shipper having tarnished the direct proof of course no could be taken The question of hauling coal to Louisville for half to Lancaster was brought and Mr Walker the roads said they were obliged to take coal to Louisville on the margin on account of the Pittsburg coal being brdugh there river He said that if any shipper rould present the L N with a receipt showing that their road had charged more other on any commodity the wrong would certainly be rightod that quickly The chair thea appoint edava committee toa extatn ffjios pers were ajbadjsadvantageMri JGif fifl pemaining over to learn of such cases They will prepare statement showing eaanlMr Griffin will present the tor sari our There are a issUe honors Lancaster Commercial b touched fel shippers action rumor action fate attorneys by than and case ere patio cai 1 once 1 t i 7 will C about t1i very smallest S any Lancaeter ship matter to SyN management tnlenttYA AND UMBRELLAS You should ask to see our line of Parasols and Umbrellas New line at the right prices PARASOlS 0 CARPETS We have just received anoth er shipment of Carpets tings On account oflow pri ces they are LOGAN Mat f I x x s selling fait DRYnODs COMP ANY t r u l 11 LPI- u l P a to aloe s Celery I Gives j Strength Compound Best spring medicine It makes the We sell and recommend it 11 weakstrong See Beautiful Wall Paper NEW DESIGNS K1 our OF i line Best Quality Low Prices RIElMCROBERTSU CENTRAL RKCORD KVXKY WHK BT LOUIS LANDRA3T Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY I KYB YZAB IM 100 50 25 J Six U II U Oil aDv ltoxrEa Tasss THURSDAY May IF 1899 A CLOSE friend of Hon John W Yerkes of Danville says the latter will not be a candidate for the Repub lican nomination for Governor His private interests are such it is said that he cannot become a candidate THE papers report Gov Bradley as being ill and that it hasbecome for him to take another layoff to recuperate He ought to to Garrard breathe her pure air and fill his tank with jowl and greens If he will do this we will wager a that he will soon feel like a two yearold A NEW Your faithcure healer has been ordered arrested because she couldnt cure a little girl with a gangrened foot It would be much better to take up these cranks under the va grant law The number of people go lug about the country working fakes is astonishing Louisville Baseball Club year beginning earlier than usual to secure its hold on the tailend of the procession For the past few years the club has started in with glorious prospects but about the time the people begin to take hope for them they begin their greased slide toward the bottom They ought to give the people at a months good playing during the season or shut up shop ADMIKAL DEWEY has at last been ordered home and his responsible will be taken by Rear Admiral Watson a Kentuckian Dewey has more brains than anyone connected with our late war and the people owe him a debt of gratitude for the mag n ficent manner n which he has the nations affairs There is no telling what complications would have arisen with other countries in Manila Bay had it not been for Deweys big brain and fearless A BANQUET to cost 9100 a plate will given Admiral Dewey on his arri val in New York He is expected to start home in a week or two If the Admiral had any say in the matter he would register a protest against this Like all men of genuine greatness he detests pomp and parade and is in his manners and retired at all times It is the jacksnapper that wants to be paraded before the people and lorded around and Admiral Dewey is not one of this kind TUB inimitable Sam Jones has tta devil suspended by the tail in and is shooting hot stuff into the people Mr Jones is a very bright man but one of these fine days his criticisms will strike a A man may say mean things peo pIe for a long time and be allowed to go his way but sooner or later he barks his shins over the wrong man Mr Jones has devoted much of his time in Louisville to abusing but so far as we have observed j s necessary comeback hoecake is this east position handled represented manner be unassuming Louisville severe su Tu about thenpa cry they are not bothering their heads over his attacks As HAS been predicted the report of the Court of Inquiry upon Gen beef charges is a complete whitewash The beef packer are held guiltless of any fault Canned roast beef is con demned as unfit for an army ration and former Commissary General Ea gan is severely rebuked for his colos sal error in buying it Maj General Miles Is censured for not presenting formally and at earlier day his ob embaJmod beef and his evidence is declared InsutflGjenfc to jus tify his charges Gen Miles refused to say anything about the report when asked if he would let the matter drop LEXINGTON and Louisville have awakened from their slumber and hustle like other cities for conven tions and meetings which do them a world of good in the way of ing For a long time Cincinnati was the only city ift this part of the that hustled for siieft things but silo now has live rivals in Kentuckys leading cities Louisville especially has secured meetings recently which will bring her name Into prominence all over the nation Our pities are just as good and we think better than are known is gratifying to all true Kentuckians That Throbbing Headache Would quickly you if you used Dr Kings New Life UiJls of sufferers have proved their metchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and strong and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money back if not cured Sold by R E gist 1m Wanted A pair of suspendet for the breeches of promises A barber to shave the face of the earth A musquitobar for the cradle of the deep A dentist to work on the jaws of death Sea horses to feed from the troughs of the sea A few seeds from the flower of that will write with inky darknessA of corsets for the waist of time When W alc Weary and Wasted From Kidney Diseases why not try Foleys Kidney Cure a guaranteed medicine C C J E Stormes A Kansas printer was making up forms one day in a hurry and got a marriage notice and grocers ad w mixed up that it read as follows John Smith and Ida Quay were united in the holy Sauerkraut by the quart or barrel Mr Smitft is a Codfish at 10 cents per pound while the bride Miss Quay has some Nice Pigs Feet which will be sold cheaper thanat any store in town Weak Eyes Are Made Strong did vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily had effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eaglt Eye salve Its put up in tubes and so on a guarantee at McBoberte Drug Store tie own 1m I jectfons to big country thatch l aye Thousands 1fcRoberts Drug speechA MI tip adver nerves wellk CAN SELL YOU Paint Wall Tinting Cheapar than any House in this Section Stock was laid in before prices advanced STOUT RY LILLARU DANVILL n A BUSINESS EDUCATIONI- sabilntely Decenary to the young BAB or young woman who n woul awl t la of first Importance to set your tralatag t the school that strands in the front reek THE BBY1NT 8TBATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE e 1UecaH In life TblabeIag LOUISVILLE KY very a J iJtIlI YEElINB- aao rrRND a mavtlral took testlmcmlais proaJB Bt all the OaM t will be ifl lfif jj ORe a la hiGraduee of cilia college buaIDelteBae 4 Berea erie rred Wrl from ocea that over io F i a l HY t Damp stables cause rheumatism The explosive force of dynamite is about eight tttmes that of gunpowder Horses small stomacs so should not be fed too much at a time T Cole Oulley bought 20 yearling steers at Stanford court for 21 per J Loughridge of Lexington last week bought 20000 pounds of hemp from F K Hurst at 515 Better prices are to be paid farmers by canneries for their vegetables this year With a favorable growing canning crops will be profitable A small flock of guineas is a good thing to have on a farm Hawks and crows are frightened away by them and the presence of night will bo revealed by tliotr alarm The champion pacing colt Who is It 212 was sold by A G Garnett to Sam Gamble of San Francisco for 6000 He is by Nut wood Wilkes dam by Happy Medium It is reported that horses costing 50 to 75 per head in Chicago are shipped to fcansas toy farm use What is the matter with Kansas She had better grow mpre grass and less corn rnifia mprp horses B G Fox sold to F M Stewart of Atlanta a fouryearold Gambetta Wilkes mare for 200 and a harness gelding for 140 He also sold to Agnew a fiveyearold harness gelding for 200 Advocate The promoters of the Lexington Fair propose to have a show ring to dooidj vlich of cattle Angus Hercforo OF Short Hqm Js best Large prizes will bo offered and the show will be of national importance to cattle breeders Found At Stormes drug store a marvelous cure for all kidney complaints nervous exhaustion and female weakness It is Foleys KJdnoy Cure C C J E Success or failure in the poultry busi ness depends on the attention given it The breeder Who looks after the detail of the wqrk giving it personal attention will succeed while careless ness and inattention to failure Mr E B Sparks qf bought on Monday 30000 qf hemp from Ed Kinkead pad John Jtichard son for which he paid 560 per 112 lbs This is the highest price at which Kentucky hemp has sold for six or seven Gazette Fifty walnut trees in Cass county Micfc wgre recently sold for 10000 These tress have now been felled and will be shipped to buyers The largest tree was seven feet in diame ter at its base and will yield lumber worth from 700 to 1000 Pneumonia la grippe coughs colds croup and whooping cough readily yield to One Minute Cough Cure Use this remedy in time and save a doctors bill or the undertakers m gtOrmes Drug Store There were five entries to the twen tyfifth Kentucky Derby run at Church ill Downs last Thursday Manuel Corsine Maze His Lordship and Fon tainebleu The horses finished in the order named Manuel the winner Ls a son of Bob Miles out of Espanita The distance was Ji miles Time 212 Lexington expects to have a big fair this coming fall The new promoters of the scheme are the members of the Elk Lodge of that city whose mem bership includes many of her best bu siness men The the fair have not yet been selected but it will be held some time In August and con tinue four or five days Draft horses are in eager demand They seem to be taken in con siderable numbers for export to A London buyer for the En glish market bought coach horses at Indianapolis a few weeks ago at prices ranging from 200 to 550 Common horses for service on farms can be bought atvory low prices It makes no difference how bad the wound if you use De Witts Witch Hazel Salve it will quickly heal and leave no scar im Drug Store The farmer who feeds his stock at regular hours and Just what the an imal will eat up clean will get more pounds to the bushel than the careless feeder who uses no system Work hogs especially are apt to be fed by many farmers somewhat irregular when the farmer takes a notion to go to the hog pen Sam Jones says The only kind of a farmer I sit down to listen to is a man who forty bushels of wheat to an acre A farmer is a man wire lives on a farm An agriculturist is a man who lives in town and works at law or something else and spends all the mon ey he makes in keeping up his farm I never listen to an agriculturist but I am glad to listen farmer becuse he has done something Oats and be ensilaged and the same should be true of clover It is probable that crops In protein are more difficult tohit jffgjjt corn If too green or tor or too dry says Rural New York er the protfn crop is probably more susceptible to Toil or oJd than the more carbonaceous corn crop 7 would be careful to cut it Just at bloom with no dew or water on ijb Jfwagon could not keep up with mowing machine theclover should be tJjroya Into heapf before wilting ers beady season beings unit Vm yearsLexington elates or again Germany Stormes perforce tea pescan successfully JJ I hayc prow three yoar old bored Sturm leads 1jiclaolas lbs IZlnpiiah grows rich rhea wet frill p t Cs vine the the uM F j hi ftp gp in WAS BORN Jif PR4NKFORT Capt Joseph 5B Cojilun Aboot Whom where TVus lo Talk Recently is a NKFORT Ky May 10 Capt Joseph BnUock Coghlau of tfie Raleigh who has been so much m the public eye Past two weeks was born iu Frankfort Ilis parents lived here back in the forties when Rev Joseph of Lexington was pastor of the Frankfort Presbyterian church members of his con so when their rpn was born he was christened Joseph Bullock The elder Cophlan was manager of the old Weise which flourished here for many years prior to the building of the Capital Hotel in 1853 He removed to Illinois when Capt Cojjhlan was still a toddler and it was from that state young Joe received the appointment t9 Annapolis HIS ABSENCE ACCOUNTED FOR A Musing rlanter Head Found In Sprint Probably Yen In the Water While Drinking Cannon a prominent North Christian planter aged 80 years left his home near Crofton afoot last Monday to relatives several m es away pfld pe ipg Qrthep ong heard a fpr him was insti tuted The tody was found Thursday afternoon at ft spring two miles from house his hpftd beneath the his handa Ip fcuoh ft position as in dioatod that be fell forward while drinking from the spring and being old and feeble ittrangled to death lie had evidently been dead some time when found A GIRL CAUSED THE FIGHT the F rtlclp aU Wounded MIDDLBSBORO Ky May 10 Jealousy caused a shooting affray here Tuesday evening between Hon Jerre Jarnigan and Lieut John J Colgan in which the former was wounded Several shots were fired and the affair has paused considerable excitement bo FaNe pf thp prpmi ejjce pf priz cipals Jarnigan i a nephew P e pov Taylor gf Tennessee and Foal inspector the state of Ten nesgcc Cplgan a in 3d J cntucky yp A girl caused ho fight pagnalties pabloi Mapilft Monday gives the name of William Biggins of this pity who accidentally April 28 The deceased was a son of Mr William Ilip ins editor of the Louisville He enlisted New York and was acorporal in the 9th infantry A leader Dead tin V Roark died hero Monday in his Seth year after suffering several months with a cancer in his throat Mr Roark was the leader for the republican party in this county and had held several positions of trust and importance He was a veteran of the war Bradley Wlirppln F bt FBAXKFOKT Ky May 8 Gov has sent out three or four hundred letters to friends in Kentucky urging them not to commit themselves yet in the race for the republican nomina tipn for gpyprnor He said that some of the rcpublipap Jeadere opppsod hIm in everything he djjl arid intended to be in the fight this ABHLAKP Ivy May 0 A cylinder lead weighing two tons blew out of the large engine at the rod mill mak ing a report that was heard for miles It passed through the wall of the room and landed 200 feet from where i started Fortunately no one was hurt tired to Ornament LEXINGTON Ky May 10 The race mare Sunny Slope recently purchased by Jere Dunn will be bred to Sunny Slope is now at Beau mont farm F H Daniels of Wooster Mass has purchased of John T Hughes a pair of bay mares for 13000 GOY Vacation FHANKFOBT Ky May 10 Gov left Monday morning for a vaca tion of three weeks His exact apt disclosed but it be lieved to be Warm Springs N C or Hpt Springs rk Says Wepiea Bobbed PBXIXTOX May 9 L S Bartr left a Jog man fpm Bx neville Lexington J8Q pa Ijjs perspp and caused the arrest of two charging them with robbing of a WntcHESTRB KyM May Bradford Jones was found dead near town his head partially submerged in a shalr Jow stream where he had evidently fallen and drowned during an gf epijepsy to which he subject CJotDMBW Ky May 9 rpeptity United State Marshal arrested John Lane and Taylor Bash scar MilU charged with illicit distilling They were taken toCtmngton for trial on Monday Drowsed While la Fit WINCHKSTKB Ky May 9 Ucdford Jones was found dead near Sun day afternoon with his hoed partially submerged in a shallow where he had evidently and drowned daring an attack of epilepsy lace Bors f Killed By Uktalatr MiiiDAiK Ky Majr During tks flftctri aa storm early Thursday morn Ififir WO Crusader gad VoUett tfc property of a turfmannajBed Davis of that werfpaatmriiv pa Wiaatoma fans fetr wcri IcUlad by Urttalyr J g 11 Kent kill for the Bullock andwere rogation clerk and gel Rouse Ry May 6Monroe from 1 Ptuid Two Hpq It Matat Qqp JpulaylUe Dean tOVHiYJtLE Nay loTbq nt was drowned lien morning civiI Bradley lie Wii engine Ornament Era Bradley is A y win hint PPftion of money o with was Ifa palalqr ag town tOwn stream pgbb r ucSI visit blip search wet Protglnent Bnggga to kileOFtgq gt the Bop oil for was lieutenants ante Ladq Icy scow Irish American llcan1 srIyap sumps C4ed N destination was i His with women his ppak as 8tupeip 8r attar Au 4nated a fallen area R s el I I i a i ThE KENTUCKY ICY The HJncIi Touted TToa u Fleancd Ttrentj Five Ihoaaand 1cople Witnessed the IJuco j LonsvniE Slay The cast tri umphed Thursday for the scarlet col ors of A II anti D II Morris were first under the wire in the twentyfifth Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs I Thursday afternoon end 25000 people cheered the son of Bob Miles when race for the much touted Manuel won as he pleased without an application of whip or spur or even a shaking up It was an ideal day for the big scent and all Kentucky seemed to have turned out to do honor to the occasion and incidentally buck their own judgment for it was a packed muss of humanity not only during the Derby but from the pall of the first race to the close Long before the noon hour people started for Churchill Downs in smart traps and trays of the antiquated kind and when the fourth race the Kentucky Derby to which so many thousands having beeu looking forward with an Interest thoroughly characteristic of the Kentuckian was caned every plaee of vantage in stand atid paddock had a human occupant The betting ring was a surging mass a down on a football field wasmild compared to the elbowing of tin crowd AWARDED 50000 DAMAGES George Dinning Colored Gets Judgment Against Vbiteoappem of Logan and Simpson Counties for That Amount LOUISVILLE Ky May 7 Gco Din ning colored was awarded 50000 damages by a jury of white men in the United States court Friday afternoon The defendants are farmers pf Simpson counties The award is the full amount sued for Dinning killed Jodie Conn who with the defendants against whom judg meat was rendered visited his homo at midnight in January 1597 to drive him therefrom His home was after ward burned and his family including his wife and ten children were driven away from home Ifhf BeUnonfa Mpvementa LEXINGTON Ky May 0 Mr and Mrs Perry Belmpnt were preparing Monday tq seek the quiet of thg taking p tempprary resi geftpg at Beaumont1 wlero Del moats horses are quartered Their PftSreraffe sent put Monday They drpve put Mpflfiay afternoon to La MUs whole Whitneys stock ta 10 Pftt GOT Bradley Health Little Improved FBANKFOBT Ky May a Gov has been but little improved ia health by his recent sty at Mount Mich and he is said to be contemplating another trip away from the state capital in search of health He will leave early ig gpining eek l9F sPFlfiff8 Ya tQ be absent several weeks Died of Dreaded Disease ELIZABETHTOWN Ky May 0 Relia ble news reached here stating that two Negro men who had been working in gravel pit for the L C railway reached Vinegrove Tuesday One theju died pf spinal meomgitia pAd the other one has broken out with severe case of smallpox A Twenty Years Franchise Granted DENTON Ky May 7 city coun cil has granted a 20 years franchise to W Mike Oliver for the city lighting and furnishing pf water on cpndition that fie niaint in pne SOrcandle gag light pn the side pf Court square street 9ftUwar Sol LBWNGTOX Ky May 9 The Lcx ington electric street railway has been sold to a Richmond Va syndicate the transfer to be made May 15 This is a valuable property and its lines may be extended to several of the neighbor ing towns by the capitalists securing LOUISVILLE Ky May 0 Delegate from Louisville and Kentucky left Monday for Charleston S C to attend the Untied Confederate Veterans and to make an effort to have Louisville selected as the next meeting place II I tJ nol n I gad d Bradley Clemens Warm s o en bro h Las4v111P WRqJI reunion e saluted end yoga country was the a The pow west the Wsit HegniPa a eg No More Shakes Yucatan TRY o Tasteless Chill Tonic THE GUARANTEED CURE Dont Tmk m Worthies Suostitufs Insist on YUCATAN Me HaU lleavon fo uu The man out of an office on the run and started down the streetHere Here cried the policeman on the corner Vhats your hurry Theres a man buck there trying to sell me a book on 28 weekly of 233 eachl cried the victim The policeman instantly released his holdRun he cried Run like a Maybe you can get away from him yet Chicago Post An Assured Fact Sir Mover Ouch Wow Blankety blank the blankety blank Mrs Mover indignantly My fa ther never swore in my presence In his lifeMr Mover ns indignant Then your father never burned his hand on a rod hot iron in your presence In his life Judge Mild Form Gwllllams Look at this overcoat Und it only weeks and part of the lining of the right sleeve pone already Sfiint Well you can darn it cantyou Mrs GwilHamn lie does wore than that every time he puts on Chicago Tribune Venom Mabel Are you going to return the poor fellows ring Florence who has just hroVen her Sngagenient havent decided Ihell propose to you now and 1 IS just hand It over to you to save bother Philadelphia North American The Goddess of Jfr Wcnrl Yhy In creation get to bed Mrs Wcurl I must welt up for the ffiri Why dont you lock her out Im afraid shed stay Y Weekly Pretty Strong Evidence What do you think she married for He was the who cast the decitl vote r favor of that 09year frau wasnt Chicago Dally More Than Kind that fellow that lent you the hundred dollars a relative ofyours Phipps Xot exactly His sister my brother Quipps Ah I see A i es than kin but more than Wnd Tovn Topics Appropriate Brtggs Von Kernel has been very successful in corn lately hasnt he Griggs T believe so Why Isis wife told me he had presented her with a pair of cobs Brooklyn Life BRADFIELDS FEMALEREGULATOR nature the mild assistance needed for the regulation of tbe menses It is wonderful aid to the girl entering womanhood to the wife to woman going through the yfn life women drain gown in the lower abdomen falling or displacement can cure their at home completely away from the eyes of a few The Bradficld Company AUaaia6a PIIcE 50c 1L carne build- Ing installments whitehead It five U Liberty don outN For his money fag his ilex N QulppsTs married just approaching or w 9 bearin o f e troubles regulate rte L LlClwUC w thought you Iran eKg ttatprEj th LargebottlasalllydrgdetaterZl ill tl R KINNAIBD INSURANCE Aetna Queen PaJattno National Hartluru D leware Milwaukee Conneticut ContinentalGlens German American Phenix of Brooklyn UnderwritersLiverpool North British Mercantile J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVTLLE KENTUCKY Lot Somyor and Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO FIRE and LIFE fliSUBANCE SPRINGFIELD INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO OF NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton Ads Office over Post Office LANCASTER KKNTUCKY You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going Cast You Are Going West L UICVIUC a NASHVIUC M M ana ccua The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Tfcne and all ottertefttracttm wilt be cheerfully famished by C ATMOMr a v Or by Xc VlliKKS ORGANIZED RCDresentin Followin Aetna LifeIns GO of HartfordJGonn FIRE MARINE If If PUIICtIA8 VIA P i 9 dillea p t I AND Naen tttt s a r c Low Rateswl the Crtfoemt Rout from all International S Convention Atlanta Ga April 2629 Confederate Veterans Reunion Charleston S C May 1013 Southern Baptist Convention Louisville Ky May 1118 Chickamauga Monument May 3 Biblical Assembly Charlotte N C June 9029 Queen pomt ntuc r o f 4tothe IL- F KATIOHAL OFLAHOA8TERJT ITIZI Bill Capital Surplus Fund 50000 10000 souoinm i F HUDSON V O KIQNKT D WALKxa Presides TlcePresldent Cashier Assistant Cashi Bookkeepei DIKXCTOB1 BJOHICSON JB Jicoa T RoiiKsow l iarlal PreptAtteaU08nUIte I M H881JrB Y LutrslL YHIsellt3OTllI1 TXAQOLB r C Asaoca BI BOWINB9i and swig I LswlaY Lsanu Huaao- ttIsxdlsaI JJWLsss i Bed Durham Bull Will make the present season on our farm 24 miles from Lancaster on new Danville pike and will serve cows at 100 Money due at time ofservice AM and ED BOURNE TREES PLANTS VINES Fruit and ornamental Trees Shrubs small fruits and every thing for Orchard Lawn and Gar den We employ no agents but sell direct at reasonable prices Strawberry and Tree Catalogues on application to H F HILLENMEYER 279 Lexington Ky Bring The Record Your Job Our Floe Sprit 1899 phOne t f i t i Work- S i C t 1 f dI7S SUMMED MILLINERY immense line of the LATEST things in Summer Milliuery just received at Ifyou want the Newest Prettiest Goods and UpTo Date Styles give us a call and we can supply you with anything in our line at the most reasonable prices A NEW LOT OF SAILORS WILL BE O1 T SALE SATURDAY Phone 85 NOE I S I srL S PLACED i- An E7rtA r CENTRAL RECORD May 11 I89Q Senator George Farris is at home for a few days Bob McKee a Danville lawyer was in town Sunday Col J W Miller attended court at Stanford Monday Mrs R H Batson has been very ill but is some better B L Jennings of Paint Lick spent Sunday in this city Miss Annie Loyd Herring is visiting relatives in Louisville Mr Theo Currey is again at the store after a few days illness Squire W H Kinnaird made a bus mess trip to Stanford Monday Mr Jesse W Sweeney is in Adair county looking after his farm Mr J L Woner and family visited his sister Mrs Joe Rogers Sunday Lieut Kennedy was here a few days with his friend Jno M Farra Mrs J E Howe of Jessamine is the guest of MrsMcClelland Johnston Miss Nettie Ray of Stanford is the handsome guest of Mrs W S Beaz ley Col W S Fergurson is here this week from Covington Ins cow story is rich Dr Savage of Danville filled the pul pit at the Methodist church Sunday morning Mrs Elizabeth Denny is visiting her neice Mrs John Boland at Point BurnsideW Dunlap has returned to Lex ington after a few days visit here with relativesMiss May Saunders a Lincoln beauty was a visitor to Lancaster friends Sunday Messrs Virgil Rice and Howard Marrs of Danville were visitors in this city Sunday Miss Kate Simpson and brother Henry have returned from a visit to Louisville friends Misses Allie and Mary Anderson art visiting their sister Mrs T ing in Lexington Misses Grace Kinnaird and Mary Gill are attending the Music Festival in Louisville this week Master Howard Harbey is visiting his aunt Mrs Marguerite Arnold near Crab Orchard this week Mr and Mrs Tom Stone visited their daughter Mrs R C Arnold Tuesday and Wednesday Mr F S Griffin the gentemanly traveling freight agent of the L N has been in town this week Messrs John F Lear and Millard West witnessed Cyrano de Bergerac in Lexington Tuesday evening Mesdames Rowland and Glore and Miss Lelia Bryant of Danville visited Lancaster friends a few days since Misses Lizzie Marksbury and Jennie Swope of Lower Garrard in Lou isville attending the May Festival Miss Julia Mae Gaincs leaves this week to attend a house party given in Richmond by Miss Bessie Turley Mrs A H Rice leaves this week join her husband in Louisville and attend the Knight Templar Conclave t I THURSDAY rPERsoNALi- f a I R t J I I 1 I Browns i i t 1 t j are t to i Rev Massee has improved very nu h in health and is now attending the Southern Baptist Convention in Louis ville Miss Mae Z Hughes left Tuesday make a visit to her brother Robert E in Louisville and attend the May Fes tival Miss Mattie Elkin visited Lexington friends and had the pleasure of wit nessing Cyrano de Bergerac Tuesday eveningMiss Gill is at home from Ox ford Ohio where she attended school this session her health not permitting her to remain until the close Wm O Owsley is recovered suilicl resume his duties as U S gauger and has been assigned to Mocks distillery in Boyle county We regret to learn of the illness of our friend Uncle Baylor Jennings He has been quite sick but we are glad to hear that he is muck better now Rev T S Pollitt and wife of Har rodsburg have been the guests of Mrs Geo M Patterson Rev Pollett is is the presiding elder in this district Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbury and Mrs Louis Landram made a visit to Louisville this week to see Cyrano de Bergerac They will return to night Lieut John Farra the following young ladies at a picnic Fri day Misses Elisa Lusk Marrs Altie Marksbury Fannie Collier Bes sie and Jennie Burnside Mr Richard Dobyns of Knoxville came Saturday to see his father Dobyns Dick is the same jolly wholesouled fellow The Captain tinues very Mr McIntyre city editor of the Harrodsbury Democrat was in town Monday putting in telling licks for his excellent paper Mr McIntyre i a gentleman of fine address and his visit to our sauctum was highly appre ciated TIlE RECORDS good friend Mr J T Conn honored us by a call Tuesday and had his label marked up to 1900 Mr Conn was born in 1822 and his age is able to attend to his large farm as well as a man half his age He has been a man of habits all his life which factaccounts for his now good health and strength The other night Capt the architect was telling us of his travels and we spent a pleasant hour listening to his interesting experiences He was born in Ireland has been all over southern Europe and to every point of interest in this country He says that in all his travels he has never seen as pretty women as are right here in He says they are hand somer healthier and better dressed than he sees anywhere We have a number of Beautiful Hats in stock and receive new ones every few days We have only the Very Latest and invite an inspection of them We know we can suit your taste ifyou will Call and See Them Sallie D Tillett I t ently to N ell Captain con illAdvocate notwithstanding steady Lancaster entertained Ryan o Local The Social and Industrial Club met with Miss Lillie Dale Grant Wednes day and disbanded until next Fall when the Club will be reorganized Soldiers Attention The colored Regiments of the Regu lar Army are filling up very fast and there are only a few vacancies left All ablebodied colored men who lan read and all exsoldiers who desire to reenlist should call at once at the Recruiting Office in Lexington Busi College Building Main Street near post office Lexington Ky ma4tf Old Landmark Gone The old stone house in Jackmans woods has been torn away It was built more than one hundred years ago but most of the walls were still firm Before that part of Lancasters suburbs was built up there was a large woodland around this house and the town boys for many years have said the house was haunted Not one boy in a hundred would dare go near it For years it was vacant ma ny parties of boys were organized to explore the much feared spot but when the time arrived each would have an excuse The building stood near the famous Jackman spring which runs out from an immense cave Colored Recruits The War Department has wired T Johnston recruiting officer at Lexington Ky to enlist colored ap plicants for Cavalry and Infantry ser vice sending the former Arizona and the latter to Fort Doug lass Salt Lake City This cellent opportunity for young colored men to get into the regular Army Recruit for white Infantry and Caval ry regiments are also wanted Apply to LIEUT W T JOHNSTON f10tf Main St Lexington Ky Recruits for the Philippine The Recruiting Officer in Lexington has just received orders to enlist a number of white men for service in the regiments now in the Philippine Islands These men will be sent di rect to San Francisco from Lexington and from there to Manila This will make a fine trip for able bodied men unmarried and not over 35 years of age It will be a chance to see the world and possibly make a trip en tirely round it Persons desiring to enlist should apply at once to the re cruiting officer in Lexington in order to be in time may 4tf QUEEN toROUTETo the North The Queen and Crescent Route has inaugurated a service of observation cars on the famous Blue Grass Vesti bule between Cincinnati and Lexing ton Free Parlor cars and Queen and Crescent Standard Vestibuled day coaches 4 trains daily to Cincinnati with close connection with all trains and Crescent trains are with out a peer in the South 17 miles shortest line unequalled train service V C Rinearson General Passenger Agent A commission man re cently shipped some winter lambs to England As good lambs were then selling at 8 or better a piece in New York the English market must have wanted them pretty badly Verily this is a strange country Here we are shipping dressed winter lambs to England the home of the mutton sheep and the fancy lamb The farmer who keeps fowls as an adjunct to his other farming opera tions can make much more money than can the man who makes poultry keeping his entire business The care of poultry ought not to take a mans full time If he can make a living or more from his other farming he has a distinct ad vantage over the poultry man who makes this his ex business more Lt- V Grant is anex mN1 cnN T northQueen New York professional elusive I Color d toFort r HUItlCROUS Mr CJutiMtbivue Oh Henry our new ccok is a star Outertowiie fervently If she only proves a fixed one Brooklyn Life So Alice lias decided finally to marry an oflieer Yes she captured him in what she positively declares to be her last engagement Answers Cuba is a lund of desolation but there will be no lack of veal Havana cigars so long as the label factories hold out Itoston Transcript A Solemn Protest The Magistrate The evidence shows you stole the chickens The Prisoner Fo de Laved jedge I didnt Ef yo jail disll be anudder Dreyfus case luck Sire said the pretenders secretary I am afraid we are losing ground Don Carlos frowned and then asked What Has Spain gone and relin quished another batch of islands Clevelaud Leader pa asked Johnny why do they call a party where there are only stag On account of the horns my son replied the mother quickly with a meaning glance at her Topics Mrs Jibbins after gazing on a globe In a shop window Well noth ing wont persuade me but that the worlds flat Mrs Mariar if the worlds flat ow can yer account for Averstock Sporting View Watts Of course we ought to keep the What would Dewoys victory amount to if we didnt Potts In other words you think a fight with no gatemoney is not much of a fight Indianapolis Journal Oh sighed the poetic lady had I the wings of a bird Dont pro tested her husband Dont wish for the wings of a bird If you had them some other woman would probably be wearing them on her hat before the season is over Washington Star THE FIGURES 1899 Accomplished by an Arith metical Genius with Time to Spare If we add together the figures in 1899 we find they make 27 and these added give us 9 Subtract the first two figures 18 from 09 and we have 81 which added make 9 and the letters comprising the words eighty one are nine Add the first two figures 18 to 99 and we have 117 these figures when added again give us 9 If we add all the principal numbers thus far viz IS99 18 and 27 the sum is 2142 and these figures added give us 9 If we subtract 27 from 117 we have 90 which divided by 10 again give us 9 By subtracting 117 from 1899 the remainder is 1782 these figures when added give us 18 and these two when added give us 9 and if added produce 9 If we add 90 and 1782 prin cipal numbers not included in first ad dition to 2142 obtained above we have 4014 and these figures when added again produce 9 Now if we add the figures 1899 to the last sum we have 6913 and these added produce 18 which again being added the result is 9 The combinations obtained above are very remarkable but carrying them still further with stranger results we find that by adding 1899 to the sums thus far obtained viz 4014 and 5913 the sum is 11826 and by adding these figures we have 18 which added pro duce 9 Further if we add the first fig ure of the above sum to the last two viz 118 to 26 we have 144 and thesofig ures added give us 9 We have now tried the results of and of subtraction on these figures and will now see what mul tiplication will do If we multiply 18 by 99 the product is 1782 these figures when added give us 18 and carefully add the numerals used in this multipli cation we will find the addition to be 63 and by these we have 9 Now we will the first three figures of the year by the last viz 189 by 9 we find 1701 and by adding these figures we have 9 or if we add the numerals used in this calculation we find they amount to 36 and these added again produce 9 We will multiply the two products obtained above viz 1782 by 1701 and we have 3031182 these fig ures added produce 18 and these added give us 9 Innumerable changes could be rung on these mystic figures but the most remarkable part is that the letters com prising the words eighteen ninetynine are 18 and these two when added pro duce the inevitable 9 Detroit Free PressWhat became of the glasscater wno was here last year Somebody dared him to try a can of army beef and now hes dead Chi cago Record I sendme- to Say menu husbandTown TrimminsWell hillPunchT- he Philippines Result 81117 mystic a multiply l contained mentioned addition Ill UJvui Stealtiriy Lila arm stole around her waist She yavJ no sign of displeasure He murmured something in her dainty ear Her pretty brows contracted and she bit her lovely lip At last he had roused the womanly spirit within her Stop It was a command and he could but obey her Stop Make that waist nineteen If that De Style girl can wear it so shall I if I never take a long breath again in my life And the ladies tails did as she had bidden him Town Topics Punishment do you think of this Cuban laud scheme of Browns He says things are booming and the peo ple there already speak of Cuba as the future state Jones I guess theyve got it about right I was there once in I saw the people Hope I wont go there when I Y World An Impression Of course said Miss Cayenne you saw the show places of the French as all tourists do Hut did you mingle with the people there and get really acquainted with the city Did you see Paris proper No answered Willie Wishington To tell the truth I didnt think Paris ever was that way Washington Star Almost a Genius Bill Dont you think that man Daubs Is a clever artist Jill Hes the worst that ever hap penedOh yes I know he cant paint any And yet you call him clever Why yes he sells some of his pic tures Yonkers Statesman The Force of Ilublt A trick of habit to be noticed in many returned volunteer soldiers was publc ly observed at the horse show the other day An exhibitor who was an officer and did good work in Cuba was ap proached by his groom to receive or ders The orders given up flew the hand of the to his hat But to the astonishment of everyone around up also flew the hand of the ex soldier to his hat and the grooms was responded to with a military salute In a moment the smile of the exollicer showed that he realized what a victim of habit he had become but the first impulse appeared to be irre sistible The fact is commented an other exsoldier it will be some time before any of us get over the habit of returning a salute Thanks to those long months of practice it has become a kind of second nature not quite so ingrained perhaps as the counter jumpers instinct to cry Cash but it has taken deep root and Involuntarily I find myself doing it upon all occa sions N Y Sun 5Jce Cultivation In ttnssl While rice has long been grown in Persia and the TransCaucasus it was almost unknown in the interior of Rus sia up to 1886 the supply being from India and as it was subjected to high duty its use was naturally con fined to the wealthier classes Russia first commenced the cultivation of rice in the early 80s and in 1888 the first steam rice cleaning factory was opened at Baku and 1612 tons were produced the first year There has been a steady increase in the production of rice and there are now five ricecleaning facto ries in operation and the annual prod uct is more than 48000 tons The for rice has increased and it is now generally used by the peasants throughout the empire The quality of the native product is equal to that of the imported article The residue is utilized the broken grain being made into starch and the flour Is given to hogs Scientific American Fair Maid of Perth In the north part of the city of Perth in Scotland is a building that has been known as the Fair Maids house Tradition insists that this is the house in Couvrefeu or Curfew street which was formerly inhabited by old Simon Glover and his daughter Catherine Sir Walter Scott made the latter his hero ine in the Fair Maid of Perth de scribing her as universally acknowl edged to be the most beautiful young woman of the city or its vicinity Tra dition however has little historical basis to on Nevertheless the building is an interesting relic of old Perth and as such the town council has under consideration a proposal to purchase it from its prtsent owner at the price it cost him 875 his ob ject being to secure the permanence of the premises The lord provost fa vors the purchase NY Herald A Criticism Playwright What do you think of my play n play it is absolutely vile but it would make a bully comic opera N Y Journal f SmithWhat Augustand dieN capital 0 imported long stand L ManagerAs groom gesture demand Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at s o iiN It fully Warranted and Excels all others AHKinds FarmMachinery Always onHand ES Genuine Health Resort What about the health of the place Health said the Sec here Since the town was started only one man has died and he doctor What ailed him He starved to death TitBits Amused Lifes all a joke sonic will contend And gayety intense reveal Whenever an unwary friend Has slipped on lucks banana peel Washington Star NO usE WHATEVER resident was a I noticed this morning Mali that the milkman kissed you I want you to understand that hereafter I shall go to the door myself when he comes 1 Oh dont trouble yourself maam Tie promised me solemnly that he would never kiss anybody but nie Der Floh Nothing Rut the Truth did you enjoy your out ing just line Gained 130 pounds in weight Its right And by Jove shes coming down the 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Martha Turner and Miss Nannie McCarley spent Monday with Mrs J F Pettus of Preachers vllle Many a fair young child whose has puzzled the mother until she has suspected rightly her darling was troubled with worms has regained the rosy hue of health with a few doses of WHITES C1IKA3I VKKMIFUGE Price 25c C C4 J E Stormes Wallaceion Born to the wife of Albert Corbin on the 7th inst a Miss Maggie Elliott of Berea was with homefolks here Saturday and Sunday and was accompanied by Miss Louise Yocum Mrs Amanda Moore who was called to tile bedside of her mother Mrs E J Wallace who died on the 25th ult returned to her home in Illinois last Friday During the past several days Boian Bros have been putting in their new boiler and are now about ready to start their corn mill and planing mill again piles CURE them undergoing horrible operations that simply remove the results of the disease without disturbing the disease itself Place your confidence in De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It has never failed to cure OTHERS it will not fail to cure YOU 1m Stormes Drug Store The very excellent rain Saturday and Sunday made some of our farmers actually feel that they were becoming more grateful but the continued rain and the hailstorm of Monday made them feel about as ungrateful as usual On next Saturday at 3 oclock the Sunday school board of the Methodist Sunday school at this place will meet for the purpose of electing a and other officers of the school for the next 12 months Mr Addison Hendrickson who has beer school at Georgetown for savenil months returned home last Friday and altho he admits that be feels somewhat tired he was at the girls on Sunday as of yore and looking as fresh as a May rose Little neglected scratches and wounds frequently result In blood poisoning Better heal them quickly with DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve a thoroughly antisepticapplicatJon with a record of always curing piles old ul cers sores cuts wounds and skin Stormes Drug Store 1m Last Friday Messrs Caldwell Wil son and Kindred gathered together their fishing tackle and went over to a neighbors pond taking with them a spring jvagon in which to haul back their fish Onarrivingat the pond they obtained the consent of 3Ir to his pond ofsome ofits inhabitants and they were hauling them out at the rte of 2 or 3 per hour and feeling that on giving and proving their report Wallaceton would have gained an enviable reputation but just as their joy was almost complete Mr W J Hiatt another Wallacetonian put in his appearance whereupon the owner of the pond at once ordered them to leave and never return Mr Hiatt is as good a man as we have in town but the Other three men say there was evidently something about his appearance that Mr L could not stand and that if he had kept away they are confident their fondest hopes would have been realized and that Wallacetown would have greatly rejoiced at the result If you suffer from tenderness or on the right side pains under shoulderblade constipation sickheadache and feel dull heavy and sleepy your liver is torpid and congested DeWitts Little Early Risers will cure you promptly pleas antly and permanently by removing the congestion and causing the bile dubts to open and How naturally THEY AUK GOOD PILLS 1m Stormes Drug Store Sweeney J Lebanon pallor t girl It have I r Superintendent Sunday attending smiling diseases relieve i fullness d biliousness p you rouse ForCoughs Croup Hoarseness La Gripp Asthma Bronchitis Consumption A t a Mr T I Herring sheared Go of wool from 10 sheep Mr W G Aldridge swjd t Mr J B Kemper a harness mare for 825 Good soefl porn has been selling in this coninuinttf tor I00 per bushel Mr Joseph S Ilasolden visitftd sister Mrs M G A 11 ridge last week Sir Wm Bogie of east returned home after a pleasant visit his brother Mr N n Bogie Bev W M Kuykendall and Miss May re theSouth ern Baptist Conyeuiif in Louisville this week Farmers are complaining of corn not coming up well Some think owing to the severe winter the germ has been injured Messers James I Hamilton and John T hays of Lancaster were on in this vicinity one day last week and dined with Mr and Mrs NaylorA in Cincinnati has been sell ing some very handsome framed in this vicinity They are a nice remembrance of our dear ones SNOW JJfJMJ3NT cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Sick Headache Sore Throat Cuts Sprains Bruises Old Sores Corns and all pain and inflammation The most penetrating liniment in the world Price 25 aLa gad 50 cts C C J E Stormes Liver powder CURES INDIGESTION The entering wedge for nearly all Diseases the system is heir to PRICE 25 CENTS For Sale by E E 3IcRobcrts Marksbury JTlatWOOCL Mr Jim Oliver traded a cow and 12 to Dr Farrjs for a horse Mr John A Gibson bought a pair yearling from Mr James Bell for 15 Mrs Rhoda Lawson and Miss Kate Dudderar spent Thursday at Mr Kate Lawson spent Sunday at Mrs Florence Cor nc3rs Mr Taylor traveling agent for White Co was at last week The Appetite of a Goat Is en vied by nIl poor dyspeptics whose Stomac and liver are out of orber All such should know thatDr Kings New Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy gives a splendid appe sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that berfncfc health and great energj Only 25 cents at any Mt Hebron M D Scott had a nipe jnare to die few days ago Mr J B Bourne sent his crop off on the steamboat Saturday 3ir James Pollard has moved to a house on J H Montgomerys place Quite a large crowd attended the sale of Isaac Montgomery and everything brought a very Mr Isaac Massie and wife of Bohon Mercer county visited their uncle W D Scott Friday and attended the sale Saturday Mrs Rebecca Holtz claw of Mercer speqt Friday night with her brother J II Montgomery Mrs Lilla little son Joe Holman are the guests of her mother Mrs J B Bourne Mr Jno Jackson of near Bryantsviilc called on his best girl Sunday Mr Lan Burdett and wife spent last Sunday with Mr Mat Folger and wife J D Bridge editor and proprietor of the Democrat Lancaster N H I would not be without One Minute Cough Cure for my boy when troubled with a cough or cold It is the best remedy Iever used 1m Stormes Drug Store ache J no roods l CijflSledl iCIllfl daughter attending business memorials departed nAr LAnDs rerrnmns Drug- Store dccd Saturday fair price Woner and for croup 1 len wwJw r I pOt nanIIICkJ Re lJiiid f Mrs FIatS ite ram ys TAKE Foleys IT It THE GREAT THROAT AND LUNC and i REMEDYcr h Tartk I EIJ D OB pI1 n e 1 t t J f J4 f 1 to to TUE RECORD Samuel Hall sold fivs calves to Napier for So4 People are very busy in this vicinity getting thair corn phiiite S E Hammacfc lost a good mill cow last week from eating clover Mr Jesse Sinalcton is improving his Arch Ross farm by putting a good fence around same J W Newland is getting all the work he can do in the blacksmith shop at this place Unless a woman eats sufficient food she can neither gain nor a good complexion Food when digested is the base of all health strength and all beauty HEUBINE will help digest what you eat and give you the clear bright beautiful skin of health PrIce 50 and 75cts C C J E Stormes J H McQuerry has purchased a nice watch that is right Johh go ahead there is nothing like keeping good time Eh Miss Ida Hurt and slater of Lowell visited their sister Mrs K F Parsons last week Eddie Walker has taken n backset and is confined to his room Mr Sanl Fields and family visited Mrs Fred Koehler Friday Fado Parts ajid wife passed through here Saturday evening cr route to Fall Lick to visit Mrs John Bentlv s Mrs Mary Moberlcy and little babe yisitefl ney fsitjicr nnc mother Mr and Mrs J W IJewland last I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hdndreds of dollars with doctors and for medicide to no avail until i used Dr Bells ey t has saved my C 111 Mfigoherts Drug Store lm die last week George Grow sold Jim Parks a lot of hogs for 3 and Sic Ir 0 Cf sold a nice horse to Dave Ross Prlco yiia W N Grow sold a lot of lambs to Arnold Morgan at live cents per pound June delivery Nothing has ever been produced to equal or compare with BUCK EYE II K OINTMENT as a curative and healing applicstioo for Pijgs Fissures blind and bleeding external OF internal and Itching and Bleeding of the Rectum The relief is immediate and cure infallible Price 50 cts in bottle tubes 75 cts C C J E Stormes Miss Edna Scotts school at Pleasant Hill is nicely She her parents Mr land Mrs V ISaturday and Sunday Squire Coy and wife of Madison Mrs F Pierce Miss Alice Saddler of Buckeye T L Saunders and daughters Pearl and Peacliie 3Iay of Stpne were the guests of jrr James Saunders Tuesday Mrs Margaret Lane has returned home fran Visit to relatives near spentlastSpoonainore at Hubble M ich Lane and yifc visiting relatives at Volcanic Krujitrons Arc grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Fever Boils Felons Corns Wrafcs Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds CJjapped Hands Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by B E Mc Roberts Druggist 1m Buena Vista Go to S E Scott for your rooting paint James Christopher was in Harrods burg on business Born on the night pf tile first to the wife of Wm Lane baby Sheep shearing has been n full blast this week most everybody is through The wool market has opcped at 20c for good wool and the buyers are plea tiful John L Christopher Js talking of buying a now threshing rig this sea son Herman Barnett of this piftce an Miss Bertha Hamm Jessamine were The Eagle King of all Birds for its keen sight clear aud distinct yjsjpn Sojjre those persons who use Sutherlands Eugjg Salve for weak eyes styes sore eyes pf any kind of granulated lids Sold aib 25jct McEobcrts Drug gtore lm united in marriage Wednesday JOtfi at the home of the at Little Hickman There has been over two thousand Rubles pond in the last week or ten days This is nice sport for those who go fishing to this pond Mrs Elizabeth Duncan of Mercer county is visiting relatives in this neighborhood this week Miss Flor ence Christopher was visiting friends D nvilje he latter part of last week James Jj McMurtry visited in Wilmoreljj8j ek In Constipation HEBBINB affords a natural healthful remedy acting promptly A few small doses yiL be found to so regulate the ex functions that the are able to operate without any aid whatever r Ton sell to a I H mmack SuccessI M nourishing keep I Ids Coubc4 lifeJ mt Judson Tr Tohn Ray had a valuable cow army a ire Mt Sors Ulcers i girl js Eye bride newlight fish caught out ot JI Fletcher n tB C rR Storm V t 1 7 f f Itt j v G reel pr 25 yoav PineTarI Rc rantsthrg progresip vi Nina lullsJilb I nod ually etory ekop Dr will the j Wi 1m to of ti it 3 fc HAS NA LuRE WARNED YOU jlf clad In the of us forthtrees and flowers causing Iot 1tM most al of all springtime and how do yon feel TSi JTC you tired feeling the of Chills Malaria and Typhoid Fever If 3 o you must not this as it is an indication of sickness avoid this consult us an our advice costs you nothing Carlstedts German Powder Take one dose a bed time for six then follow by procuring a bottle of Yucatan Chill Tonic the directions and after two weeks course of these two great remedies you feel like the flowers look la the spring the atmosphere is full of germs Ifnecessary and when warns you above These Remedies in stock and sold by B E MeRobsrts Preachersville Corn is being offered here at 150 in crib Higsbrsold a nice horse to Will for 40 P Rogers sold a horse to Hays Anderson for 35 Mr J C Silor bought at Richmond a nice mule for 75 J C ICing has repainted his house which adds much to Its appearance Wo had a fine rain last Saturday Farmers are about done planting People who have once taken De Little Early Risers will never have anything else They are famous little pills for torpid liver and all irregularities of the system Stormes Drug Store John Johnsqji has returned from mountains and rented the Barlow Gross house their hour pf pieefcfng til P M instead of 1Q A It A Thompson sold 39 hogs to Bob Gaines 3 r Gooch sold six same party at same pi ice The Preachersville Literary Deba ting Society which meets every Friday night is well attend ar VQV1 Inter Mr J C Haydon sold 200 barrels of corn to Henry Traytar for 175 delivered Grovo Kennedy sqld 60 barrel to same party Mr F F Cummins and wife was visiting their uncle W T Pherigo and family at McCrcary the first of the week Mr and Mrs Joe Pettus Lebanon was at homo the first of the week on a visit Mr M F North HustonviHe fee this week in the interest of his mea fOIl representa George King and Miss Maggie Perciful were visiting Mrs Horton this week Mr and SIrs Jo n Bingham was visiting W H Cummins and family Friday night r George Archer of Point Leavell was here tie Qtler night attending Blsmarch8 Iron Nrve Was the result of health Indomitable will and tremendous ener are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If ygji want qualities and the success thoy bring New Life Pills They develop every power of brain and body Only 25c at R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Bryantsville J VV Farley sold a horse for one hundred dollars Rev Allen wjjl fill his regular ap ointment at prove Sunday Rev Clark will preach here each 2nd Sunday night also the third Sunday and night in the month The Lancaster telephone is now ter than ever before have put new and improved instrumenta Just received a nice line of Sailors and flowers at Mrs A S Country produce taken in exchange for goods For Asthma or Consumption no medicine equals COUSSKNS HONEY OF TAR Price 25 and 50 cts C C J E Stormes Misses Armstrong and Ballard were shopping in Danyille Tuesday BF Jennings ant sop R L visited rein hero Saturday Sunday 3Iiss Marksbury will visit in Louisville the coming week Dr Elliott business trip to Louis ville Saturday L M Hughes and Flem Jennings were Lexington this week Kjmj and Taylor Bur dett visited in Lancaster VIij3ay Mr and Mrs fiusl Nelson Sunday By allowing accumulations in the bowels to remain the entire system is poisoned DeWitts Little Early Risers regulate tlje bowels and you will use thin lm Stormes iVug An effort is being made at New York to consolidate the peanut indus tries of the United States into one large corporation with 5 X0pOO cap prerfinner tQ Dr Bolls Pijje TarJToney will it that a or a not settle there Twentyfive cents at McRob erts Drug Store 1m The intense cold of February put many thousand bushels of potatoes the list of firstclass seed stock Those still sound will bring a good price DIGEST YOUR K OD foot ot properly diverted It creates fff woes T the good efEectsafturtaWri dose Give It co TlBce Price ale Of Oti ySpf GuinBalt in CurM ft aaL MoBoberts rl ens ate tern feel hors spring bloro1 the tt chord to vibrate to the r Call on your druggist and procure a dayat Prepare yourself for the malarial or allS corn the- Ir The MUf9nig piterIyjiayc changed g J for also d wa tie Mrs the edgy ese Pea lnP Bronchitis aqd i isSe Vii cq nit Damp the them jlhvir store Is and give such strength to Jpng cough cold will out of all IdaIe Is poi Ulles to oat dIsease the h81J1311 h Carlstedts Genaaa Powder 4 1J Ptt Yon e V rut I aIe 1 I t i i Ill Nat fo Rig eat M ur rernxta warn sea sby ttS ing dcbato1 llS splendid 4 Ilaseld ves Try p al Linac IrjtUo the COPSIimPI son cpare the 4 s ca being u any s- Liver 1wit Ciik ths MdIiluI CkIIdrn i is in 25 j fo Ce pe 02 yn fo Prospects for fruit have improved wonderfully during the month Es is this the case with pears and cherries TJjoreyerse is probably true of gripe Apples pearpherriesand have in foil bloom the weather ppndtyions perfepf for rigs wIll be a failure the cape being killed to the roots Strawberries are quite promising Poaches will bo practically a failure Tho prospects for various kinds of fruit as compared with average years are For apples 91 pears 69 peaches cherries 68 grapesj 71 strawber rjeSjSS LUCAS MOORE A TIMELY HINT KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition of Cropn an 1 Livo Stock May 1st 1890 Reports were received this month from IfiO correspondents representing 103 counties WHEAT It may b3 interesting to note condition of winter wheat in the prin cipil wheat growing States at this time according to the Weekly tins issued by the Climate and Crop Service for those States In the State of Ohio the crop is in much the same condition as in this State early sown wheat on well drain ed land being promising but there is a considerable portion of the acreage which Is considered worthless In In diana wheat is badly damaged in northern part of the State but quite districtsprevail as a rule only in southern part of State badly damaged in and northern portions In Mich igan much of the wheat will be plow cd up and planted to other crops In Missouri the damage in the northern Part of the State amounts to a practi cal failure but In the other portions favorable weather conditions have re paired to a great extent the injury from winter killing In Kansas the latest reports indicate from onehalf to twothirds of a crop Winter wheat has also suffered in the States of Wit consin Iowa and Nebraska but the damage there wIll 1Q repaired Uy sow ing to spring wheat In this State the condition May 1st is 80 wfolcli is an improvement of 3 points sJiiGQ April Jst The condition May 1st as reported In former years was as follows 1898 101 1897 95 189G 74 The seasonable weather the half of April has produced a rapid growth but there is spine complaint that the plan s not smarting welland that it will not be sufficient to Pvver the ground The impiO Ycfteit is con fired to earty anjj medium wheat extreme generally reported worthless Spots flold8 whore the snow w s blown off still show the of the exposure and it Is highly probable that these spots will remain bare to the end It is estimated that7 per cent of the acreage will The western section continues to furnish the Uivycist averse condition 72 Only si counties out of 39 report a condition above 80 while in county the condition Is reported as as 40 Heavy washing rains have been as much a source of damage here as any other cause In the central section the prospect is much brighter Early wheat is ve ry promising especially on tobacco and those to which fertilizers were applied at seeding time The av erage condition for this section is 82 Thirteen of the 40 show an average condition above CO OATS Oats were sown very late in fact seeding was barely completed with the close of the month Many farmers in their eagerness sowed while the ground was too wet for cultivation resulting in poor germination and growth Where sown with ground in good condition the crop Is coming on nicely The condition of the crop compared with average years 75 The acreage has been greatly affected by late season and is es at pnjy 75 per cent of the acreage of 98 CORN Corn planting made considerable progress during the month and while as as middle the riionin The early came up quickly and Is growing rapidly No complaint is made of from cut worms or other Insects The per cent of tIle crop of 98 still faImers hands average 29 TOBACCO Tobacco plants though plentiful will bo late Indjpatipns arethat set ting will not be generally begun until of May on account of plants being Indications are foj an average acreage The condition of plant beds compared with ayerage years is 79 CLOVER ANQ Clover generally yintered Well made wqnderfjil growth since the advent of warm weather Reports on clover soyn thjs spring differ In some counties resowing has beet necessay Offers report an ex patch obtained frqnj first sow ing and it js gettnga Pastures have made growth and considering thecondition on Apri 1st the present condition of 86 Is quite satisfactory LIVE STOCK May 1st finds live stock in gpod con dition long hard winter you wkote tem pat Ift a 1 erfectlT healthy the me of Dr Liver Powder be free from malaria typhoid fever cold ttl 26 i r i 4 th Battle central latter effects be plow ed up Livingston low indifferent benll of planted injury small P STY ind staf after 6 p wIth PPQ CmmiSSloner tj01r a4 Tiles grip aa JlftC Yi CId tryPrOi eoe 1HIJe k 17 I t rq i I 1 lan tit pl fru T rfc Car late 1C natcd th ands llefl tIui gIiQ1 1 tie iiiuvp FItOqPS cially qms iting laspberries blackbcr of Agriqulture l you l k iirn Ium Pri sad e friMCRObt1 Ui E the of all way S U Nfi Tnrffirs fn alcil attention paid to thoLijUal HIS first symptoms of Eczema but is not longthe little redness to itchIfpninor Rnrninnr nf This is but the Beginning and willlead to suffering and unen durable a common mistake toThJC roughness and redness of the skin asmerely a local irritation it is but an Indies tion of a humor in the terrible cations of ointments salves etc applied to the surface The disease itselfreal cause of the trouble is in blood although all suffering is producedthrough the skin the only way to reach is throughblood Mr Phil T Jones of Mirersville Ind writes ZZZ I had Eczema thirty years and after a great dealtreatment was so raw and sore that it gave meconstant pain It finally broke into a running sore and agony and givenhope of ever being free from disease as Itreated by some of the best physicians and havetaken many blood medicines all vain With little made the Eczema worse but I knew that was thethe remedy got rid of the poison ContinuingS sore healed up entirely theclear and smooth and I was perfectly Eczema is obstinate disease and cannot be cured by a remedy vtftfca ftonly a tonic S S FOR THE BLOODJB superior to other blood remedies because it cures disease chfch they oempot reach It to the the cause of the disease and cureworst ease of Eczema no matter what other treatment has failed It ishe only blood remedy guaranteed to be free from or Poison Cancer Tetter Rheumatism Open Sores Ulcers Boils etc InsistS S S nothing can take its j9 Books on diseases will be tree to any address by Swift Spslrio Company Atlanta Georgia y AStBEEF tonal EraEMAU ot is ana and burn Fearful DIsease a bloodofis morethan skindeep can not be 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