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PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. f: It Is said that the Czar is the only rttttiilr European monarch whose life is not ! HmpIi Willi l.t n tsiintHKitiii. well insured in some English or Mump luioklmlioo' vtnlp. HrtiMllit Of wW fnultn Wouldn't ImtiiUt nitil I wt NkvcnMlktf Tlic Luvlti'i iiw I'orivi'iurs; American life insurance company. Clnut on Into FWnnry! ltciivnii rwvlMH.: miulo m niHtMw X'ntlilu' James Tyson, the richest, man in IVntli ltli.eiiiiitui TIhiii f'r 1'nji t tinj In. In j In' mun wlPiit' lhMnjf lrlvtn Australia, started in life on a salary On ti vxiry fnivMlok, nyln UV'ro j,!ntliprtl lut lty lu't "(ItiitllliUiitg'MOUt ami M'0llitHtinitiUr! of 30 per annum. A short time Alltl InIIh1 f))l ll'UVtl. -- DlTllIC I'lUll'lOW, Jan I WniToiMn Ittksi. KKAM'IS VI'A1U.E. ago he took up 250,000 of treasI Ah, this is a beautiful world! Sample copies of Tin: Hklokd ury bills to assist the government. A Parisian statistician announces know noi what to think of it. Some may be obtained on application to times il is all sunshine and gladness, that there have been thirty-nin- e this office. changes of Cabinets during the twen- and Heaven itself lies not far off; Railroads Are Not Enemies. ty eight years of the life of the and then it suddenly changes and is The okl feeling that "anything French Republic, involving 530 dark and sorrowful, and the clouds you can get out of :i railrnatl com Ministers. In the shut out the entire day. pany, is so much gain," is dying out . D. Marshall ofl lives of the saddest of us there are The Rev. Dr. and oeoule are learntm that the is the latest bright days like this, when we feel railroads arc the best friends any the Methodist Church as if we could take the whole world In years claimant to a safe trip to Thibet, community can have. says he stayed there for eight into our arms. Then come gloom v gone by it has been the custom to lie months and converted several na hours, when the fire will not burn bring sip' against the railroad com he ( rand Llama received on our hearths, and all without and owrv occasion where a suit tives. within is dismal, cold, dark. Believe' him as an honored guest. il ouK' to matter how trivial David M. Wilson, who died in Phil me, cverr head, has its secret sor and it is an the am., i. rows, which, the world knows not. t 'no jury ever re adelphia recently, followed the curi old saving we call a man cold and m favor of the ous fad of shaking hands with every turned a ve; .. when he is only sad. II. W. Long company." It is herd to convince Mayor of the city on the day of his fellow. the average jury that there is any inauguration, a practice which he Tin; Rucoro, 50c. a year. merit in any defense a corporation indulged for almost seventy years and because of this without a break. may present, Two States ynly are represented in feeln lfred A. Winslow, United States the United Sfeta& Senate by men and ing, it has been the policy of the Consul at Liege, Belgium, enter whose place of residence is the caprailrails. to compromise every action tained a number of friends at an ital city. These two States are New Xew England dinner, Hampshire and Indiana. possible. Both SenIt is not our purpose to take up at Brussels, on Christmas day. ators from New Hampshire reside the cause of the railroads as against livery thing served was American, in Concord both Senators from In the propir. only so far as. justice even to the wines, which were im diana resfde jn Indianapolis. and n.t :u;! interest goes, but the ported from California. i"" Recent Inventions. New t beliees that the change of Johnathan Xorcross, who died at An improved holding device for sontunent which is rapidly coming, Ulanta the other day. was an abolu- giving the railroads the same con- tionist.from Maine and settled in overshoes is formed of a pair of piv sideration and the same chance that Allanta sixty years ago. ' Me was oted arms surrounding the top of is accorded private individuals, will the Republican nominee for Govern- the heel, with a spring pawl on the be beneficial to the people and to or of Georgia in 1876, when he orig- pivot, which locks them in place af the country, as weil as to the corpo- inated the idea, which ter they are gripped around the shoe rations. has divided Avhite and black Repub- heel. .No community can thrive without licans ever since. Fr hm; in mining the beds of r golu an improved dredge railroad facilities, and the greater A former master of Ely Workfacilities, the better theoppor- - house in England has just been ad ht: a:, endless chain of steel buckets for thrift, Every town may mitted as a pjiuper.i.mnate :t,thi irtJ ui rr.ngud to bring up portions of the ' dmOTtiiIatTnX'uth 'bed, aftur.it .has. bean, lpo0neU StItutroa?d) f I 1 i oft-tim- es well-knowI.ily-White Tin Our wunK nnr iIikKL'IU. Our 1'CU. nr lrtio." POirr ESTIMATE. nrMV iliillijt ll-- t SELECTED, ME DIDN'T, THIS YEAR. Jcvt iiIhihI tlwttW It 'll1 kH'J II tOWII-lHI- j' lllllllH lrvr lo wni'k nil uiiitw. '. M K.'i-- n llll I dlil ! Unv.: Uii'in nlil ttim wiix luintntlry 1 Out of the- Ginger Jar. ARE WE UP TO THE MARK? hmv "So her husbatfytfs an editor?" A I.U;ni.oKi v ;kki:tin:. "Ves. Hut, gowlmnd! If there' Greenville Hannor: A nc paK-- r , f news she can anything in the v. for Greenville. Tin: Rk.op.i, will beat him publi m,. It abroad." make its appearance in January Baltimore Sun. owned by Orien L. Roark and Owen Rice. Will bcacveii column "To tell the :. !. I increase my folio. WewishTiiii Ri:i)isti rciis height a little Jnring footpads and feel sure il will suc ceed ax the in 111 v shoos" Mll toads?" "Ves;, promoters are ootn nustnng oun they hold me uj Cleveland Plain men. Dealer. i hom 01 a "The inriiit rvMii.is. first act. u Know, is sup- - posed to cover ,criod of twenty yijars. hue between "What a lvn-drinks!"- - Cincii.iii' Enquirer. She "Do viQlvnruineinber that thirty years ago to me and that I refused fpu?" He "O, yes. Thai's one "i he most treas ured recollection ?' niv vouth." Household Word Mr. Bikel " fraid our new r.ght and minister is not as he mijlip be." Mrs. Diker "IitTlbud!" Mr. Hiker "YW for in his last sermon he made soiM remarks about putting ourshoiijdor to the wheel.' " . Owensboro Messenger: Orion I. Koark is preparing to start a new paper all .rccm die about January It will be known as Tin; Ria ki. and will "have an excellent new nbnl. Mr. Roark has had aluablc exueri eiice in newspaper worn, and is an enterprising young man. h is safe to say thai lie will conduct a pajcr that will be in all respects a credit to Greenville and Muhlenberg countv. 1 Om "CHALLENGE" PRESS. The above is a representation of our Challenge Country Cyi by the Challenge Machinery the largest of the kind in this country, It's a great improvemsnt over other country cylinder presses on the market, and is in line with the e equip ment of our offics throughout, The Crescent Type Foundry, Chicago, are the agents through whom purchase was made, high-grad- iiicJer Press, It is manufactured Co.,, in Chicago, claimed to be A 1 erald-Ledger, I1MKN1H.Y joi.lv. of yours docs "That not seem to be aViredit to you, ' said the white maiifljfc Uncle Mose. "No, sah," said I iv k-- Mose. "He is the wustest child i has. He is mighty bad. He's l white sheep of de family, sah." !!mioii Journal. yo(ungestlf&? Russellvillc: new paper is to be started at Green ville with the new year by Owen Rice aim urien KourK. Air. kicc is a graduate of Bethel College of the year 1S96. He is a young man of excellent training, fine business ability, great industry and above all possesses a mind which sees clearly the essentials of any matter which he has on hand. Mr. Roark is an old stage horse and Ids' qualities arc proveni This team will get out a paper which will do credit to the countv of Muhlenberg. BNVIUUB r m Mills, but our ovef- HARDISO N & GARY, Props. We m making extensive improvements, m is a Practical Ml!ier5 - Sisuliag in no way Interferes with the prompt execution of all orders for grinding, Hf R.r. rirhi OX, K i. (Ill- - Hvll lilllti.ltB.l- m -- Mill - Sujaj Mrs. Smarte sa 'k r husband is niKKr. ain't i;oin' to m: no" ir.- litCruvcr was to ro the wors I.INlJLENTS. shopping st sure to get Madisonville Mail: Grcenviileis ., t swindled, j niirinv, sue to have a new paper. Tin: Ria oRi, says, " other dav he an all home-prin- t, n folio WW n it came will make its bow to the pubic about bough horn it was full unitary 1. It will be owned and 1 j ,n'llL edited by Mr. Orien L. Roark and Mr. Owen Rice, two of the cleverest young.mCtt-itheSrata.,., Mr, RoarJv. seven-colum- and we guarantee the highest grade goods to be had on any market. and Bran for Sale. .- 1. ' ixtt. y TOcanjaigjiiuna r, a - g 7 tD Ki. i if, iPOc "Heir lines, helps thetr ajso, and in nearly every iv2"nstance are ready and willing to do p 'mbre than their share m 'fibn with the people. They should :be known personally' by the men of the different towns, for a,personal actpMaintance has much to lo with fostering good feeling. The ambition of the towns in the ay of public improvements should be made known to them, and in , nine eases out of ten the railroads will aid and encourage the people. In short, the railroads and the communities should get closer together, and work for mutual good, rather than along the old lines of Uramlon, (Miss.,) antagonism. . busi-Wiie- b"lf f'lVlsbin the for. Mr. Bumble. fale.ifthnitflniS? ' r-: .News. ic. awcek for Tim Rbcokd. The Dog Question. Milton News: If the farmers of the county owning worthless dogs c.ould be induced to destroy them shepand substitute one well-bre- d herd pup, noi more, to each fann .the wealth of every farming community would be increased in many Farmers with a little tact in ways. getting along with a dog would soon find the collie saving them many a Eager and anxious to learn, step. trilling to do everything within his power, the dog needs only a wise and patient restraint, an intelligent direction, to become the most useful There are a hand on the place. number- - in Milton to which the headsman's ax should be applied. It is impossible to understand why a person living in town wants to feed and care for so many worthless dogs. A 50c. investment in a year's subscription to Tub Record is a good business proposition. The total expenditures of the Brooklyn Bridge from the date cf opening, May 24, 1883, to Dec. 1, 1898, were $18, 151,300. The total receipts during 'the same period were $17,727,900. The first year the bridge was opened 12,500,000 passengers crossed it, the second year 30,000,-00- 0 crossed it, and in 1S90 40,000,-00The present average is about 45,000,000 a year. 0. The largest private library in the United States is said to belong to Colonel Reuben T. Durrctt, of Louisville, Kentucky, which con tains over 50,000 volumes, collected during sixty years. Books on the history of the West predominate, and among them Colonel Roosevelt worked while preparing his "Win '' '' ning of the West." has- been, quite out Queen Victoria done by Emperor Francis Joseph in the matter of the. bestowal of titles, orders, and decorations at1 a jubilee. In three days Austria's ruler gave away 4,500 of these baubles, and for weeks past the two firms in Vienna which make them have been working night and day in order to catch up with the demand. The Governor of Arkansaw is The Lieutenant- named Jones. Governor of Mississippi is named of Jones. The Lisa Ohio is named Jones. The Attorney-,of Nevada is named General Since Senator Morrill's Jones. death there has been no "father of the Senate," two members having served exactly the same period; one of them is J0I111 1'. Jones. M. Vernon, the French engraver, has received an orded from the King of .Denmark for a medallion of Queen Louise, to be prepared from the best of the family photographs. Small reproductions of the memorial are to be prepared for distribution in Denmark. The Queen is represent ed in profile, the inscription record ing her name and rank, motto "Vir-ttit- e el fidelilale"and the dates Sept. 7, 1817, tmd Sept. 29, 1898. Aspall Hall, whose name Lord Kitchener has incorporated in his title, is one of the finest old granges, remaining in the eastern counties of y England. It is a building, moated in the old style, and has a long family record attaching to it r n the Sirdar's mct'ier's side. Her family came into possession of it just 200 years ago. Before that it was the residence of the Cobham family from the time of that Lady Cobham whose husband, Sir John Oldcastle, vrn$ bur.it as a Lollard in Henry V.'s daya. tenant-Governtwo-stor- Imbtrbe turned frOiii. th'd outside aJ new escutcheon plate has a hinged member on one side, which swings to the center of the plate, a slot in the end engaging the flat portion of the.key to loek it. An improved scale bar for typewriters has a roughened surface extending parallel with the graduations, adapted to receive temporary pencil marks to serve as a guide to the operator in setting the carriage for certain kinds of work. Fish can be rapidly scaled by a new implement, which is of shape, and has teeth on its edges, with a toothed brace running across the center, the scales being more easily removed by the teeth than with a smooth blade. In a new automatic holder a sleeve slides on the handle, with a fixed under portion which forms a clamp when the sleeve is brought forward to hold the pen in place, releasing it instantly when the sleeve is drawn back bv hand. al pen-ejecti- tc"nkT.in: tfiWnnS;:,J;iv&!Wl vfrirslYn Tine .h'Aifn inttentssif-dt$- r Kti'li Tt One party has subscribed for six copies of this paper, sending five to We trust the re distant friends. membered ones will appreciate the favor as highly as we do. Such action is very encouraging to us, and is worthy of imitation. v The marriage of Mine, l'atti to Haron Cederstrom came to a painful pause when about half completed, it seems, because the marriage license had been left at Craig-y-No- s Castle, instead of being taken along to Brecon, where the ceremony took place. After the performance of the ecclesiastical rites the bridal party went into the sacristy to discharge certan formalities before the Registrar. He refused to finish the marriage without the license, until finally persuaded, after the bride had wept in van, by Lady Kandcl-Phillips. Mr. Hloggs "Von see, my dear, my salary Is small, and lam notable to save n.uch. I am continually troubled with the thought thai if I should die suddenly " Mrs. Hloggs s"( don't bother about that, Henry. You know, I've got my ol black silk dress. That's nearly as good as new," r givers. 1 jjo you pcr? It costs 50c. iiKe tnc iooks ot tins a year. jra- - Do you want job printing? do the best; ,T-ar-r We If you want The Rhcokd, must subscribe for it. , you a successful one should steal tnati m d Know linn furniture business which he will confull tinue. Mr. Rice is bv his clothes.' T Bits. of vim and energy, and the two will "The minister has.pr- misedto say make a team that will give Greenville a few words at the temperance meet-ing- ." and Muhlenberg county what it has long needed a first class newspaper. alS The Mail wishes the new venture "He won't do it, though." "You don't think he would break success, and with Roark & Rice in charge its success is assured. his word?" his intention arc all right, "O! Keep Young" b3r Science. but when he gets wound ui he does ' Do you know why it is that fashPuck. not know when to stop. ionable woman lpoks as young and rosy at 50 as the unfashionable wo"Would you buy a Legislature?" inman at 30? It is because she takes quired the patriotic young man, indigcare of herself. The unfashionable nantly. "If you mean a whole Legwoman gets her beauty sleep every islature," answered Senator Sorgum, night and never dissipates in the "I will say promptly . . mphatic-all- y matter of balls and little suppers . v ould be that I would nor. prepared over the. blazer while the a needless, extravagant little rest of the world is aslscp. if m a She eats more than haif of the. Ler urc is her three meals a day anil at just plenty for all practical pur, the propen hours. Everything on Washington Star. her table is wholesome and intended to keep her skin rosy and her little "This," said the police judge the body lissome. She thinks it almost GAYLE, . other morning, "is one of the most immoral to clog the pores of the aggravated cases ot assault and bat- skin with powder and pomade, and tery ever brought in, my official no- she belives in nature absolutely. tice. How couUa big, d And just there is the difference. exeman like you strike a deaf mute?" The fashionable woman or woman "Do you's mane that he could n'ather of the world, if you choose, for the sp'akenor h'are?" .'That's precisely fashionable woman is hardly a broad what I mean.'' "Tiling sor, phy the enough term for the woman that is divil didn't he. o?" Detroit always young at 50 believes in art. Free Press. She knows that nature is a wonderful restorative, but she has infinitely "How is it thai of your chil- more faith in art and science. When dren have no nan asked the be- the wrinkles begin to come the fashlated traveler of t . ntucky far;n-e- r ionable woman knows of pomades who was entertaining him for the and masseurs. She has found that night. the Turkish bath will do more tor, "Well, stranger, "raplicd the wards making her eyes lustrous and "after my fourteenth child her skin clear than all the was born I kinder gbt tired huntin' sleep and whole-whebread remefor names, an' quit. They can name dies in the world. She wears cortheiuselves when ;thuy gits old sets snug ones, tjo but they arc enough." Puck. , corsets that fit the figure and do not grip it in a cast iron vis', and she The. . 'usnuinjambled gingeily hangs her skirts froiq ihe hijis lltil Back in ihe shop, and ready to do all work in my line. Give .no. "These arc tU she (tan daucc all niht ami la- a o.cr tin. ti nes thai nHoIes," he called fresh and rosy 'n.-- t day as if she special attention to Machinery Repairs. to a passu uieiift. He tlirew a had never seen Ihe inside of a bail Ask for an opportunity to supply your wants, insuring the heavy emphasis biififye "soles" and room. Feminine Observer in Philbest service on shortest notice. the friend smiled. jAjHhat moment adelphia Times. t'ie punster's feet fib'fr m under him Say, did you know now was the and he came down ui a resounding time to purchase a aero Overcoat z.t thwack. "I sec, .aid the passing ioq Sipnmoi' heat prices, at J. R. friend with much f "that tin Morgan's, South Carrollton. oxact s.eat of th.; s still a mat-terDealHow does this weather pan cut er. with the G. H. sign? - fiMpsrin&; tit any gaged in conducting TiTik mom..- : Prompt and careful attention to work. Satisfaction guaranteed. Vehicles overhauled. $hmi a Specialty. Bmm 8 HI organ, :: batmactete. v able-bodie- ompoonded Frescnpiiofls 0 ur Prescription Department is under the supervision of Mr. L a registered pharmacist and great skill and precision are exercised, in the cution of all Prescriptions. nil Jewelry. . Some special strong bargains in Watches, of which we have a strong lineo Rings in great variety. moun-tianee- ten-ho- I eeiwn Blacksmith. - Jwst Below My Old Stand., ait, doubt."-Cl(rviandPl- ' ' ' ....... In si f Ksmrmmr-'- ' 1 '' ' ;.. ;.tw iii,fr- r- ii "W nut ' mmmui TBiBIWg i i, " tf' 'i .1i .icjik&.iK.-- mmm .:jjiiwitii( iMwm iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiii THE RECORD. I'l 1IMMICD Articles of incorporation were T1IIUSI.Y lit RECORD PRESS, OWKS HllK, PrtHli1(Mit. CENTS OlllKS 1.. KoAKK, Svrivtnry. 50 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. The news was announced Monday filed recently with the Secretary of Queer freaks of memory are a con the table an$ then remembered that State of New Jersey, of Kentucky stant puzzle to those who study psy- - ight years before she had always had that the Union Tobacco Company ' It was this her feet were has obtained control of the big plant Distillers and Warehouse Company, hical phenomena, says the Washing a footstool. eeking. of Liggett & Myers in St. Louis. with an authorized capital of ton Post. Who has not been driven Psychicalfrcseareh brings to light l'his means that the Union is to be is divided into to the verge of distraction by the This stock Si 2,000,000 preferred stock with 7 total inability to recall a name when many ensos jjbf similar strange tricks come a formidable competitorof the It is easy to find in- Continental Tobacco Company unper cent, cumulative dividends, and an effort was made to do so, and of memory 0. Pranks of Memory. felt her fcctmoving restlessly under A Lesson to Trusts. OiMee In Swoml Story if tin llm-ir- llull.Unj.'. THURSDAY, FEBY. 9, 1599. Tins is the initial number of Tin: KiiCOKD. It makes it's appearance without trepidation, as the publishers have hatl something like a dozen years' newspaper experience, and arc familiar in some degree with the It surroundings and requisites. to fill "a long-fedoes not come want.'' nor do we have an idea of "a crying need" being supplied. Hut we intend to give the people the how to create, best paper and have a faith that honest, untir ing effort will meet with a fair rec ompense of reward. Prejudice is said to look with a squinted eye. We shall view all political matters as an independent Will be the organ of no journal. party, and will commend or con demn the principles and leaders of all of them, as justice demands Rccounizmir the clianjiinir com mercial conditions, the price of sub srrintion has been set at o cents per year. No name will be put on the list until payment has been made, and the paper will be imme diatcly "Stopped when the time has expired to which it is paid A Job Printing plant will be run in connection with the paper, having fullest equipment, and the product will be artistic creations of the printer's skill. Wc are going to depend in a great measure upon the people of the - county for support in subscriptions The mpr will be and advertising. one of the permanent enterprises of the county, and will do everything in its power to further and foster local industries. . Thr Khcord asks patronage on the same basis as will command to We hope any business it's merit. to make it a pleasure to our readers, and a profit to ourselves and our nadvertiseis bless 'emj may the triuemcr asei lt $20, 000,000 common stock. The method of the trust will be to limit production and thus cause a general rise in Kentucky whiskies. less, indeed, it is an agent and accomplice of the trust. As the price both of Continental shares and those of the American Tobacco Company had a heavy fall upon the announce PERSONAL POINTERS. readily the chief incidents of the the ment, the supposition that the Union In the matter of Ainbassadors last twelve months and say accurately State of NuKV York got all that was is an ally is hardly credible. Try it coininir to it. Three of the most A circumstance that goes far to con in whut month they orcured? V. S. Vlek was hi town Tik'mIhv. Com(S. It. Head was in town Wodnosdjiy. ind see. have firm the story that the Union important Ambassadorships Great minds have wrestled to find been given out to the 'Empire State. pany has already absorbed the pow Owen Uioe is in St. Louis on busi ess. an explanation for the pranks that Joseph H.Choate of. New York will erful St. Louis establishment is that Mr. Clins. II. Sweunoy is in Nashville memory plays, and have had to give go to England; Andrew 1). White of last week the Union increased its on business. up the effort. In the course of a sys New Yorkfls at Merlin, and Horace capitalization to $24, 000,000. It Mr. E1. S. Wood made a ilyiutf trip tematic attempt to arrive at some un and ex Porter is at Paris. Apart from these began with but Si 0,000,000 to Central City last Sunday. derstanding with regard to the won three places, New York had Stewart panded to $12,000,000, then toSiQ, .1 mitre Y. II. Yoat is in Louisville ders of memory a very valuable and 1.. Woodfprd as Minister to Spain, TsO.ooo, and now has more than this week on legal business. unique body of testimony has been and now has Oscar Straus as Minis- doubled what it had at the start. Messrs. Clarenee and Iteverly Martin The Continental Tobacco Company, obtained. The following questions ter to Tutjkcv. are up from Paduuuh on 11 visit. L organized with eight factories, has have been put before 200 Americn Mr. Harrv Weir has been laid up by The Toronto courts arc about to the irrin for tome days, but is around university students and professional be called unon to decide whether a since acquired a number of other concerns. It seems to bo engaged again. persons, 151 being men and 49 man mavAleirallv perform his own in a race to distance any possible II. N. Martin and T. II. Mar with Messrs. women. The answers are weddinir .ceremony. The case in tin have been in Louisville all week on the questions: r . ... competitor. However, if it has fail point is lhat of the Rev. J. business. ed to get control of the St. Louis you cannot re Pfohler, Question who, on Oct. 12, 1898; mar fudge T. .1. Sparks and Hon. W. A. call a name you want, does it seem ried himself to Lois Markle. This factory, as now appears, it has lost WickliiVe went to Carrollton Monday come back spontaneously without be is the first,' time a man has performed a bit; noint in. the irame with its on legal business. antagonist. Miss Itessie Allison returned to Cen ing suggested by any perceived asso the rite ftir himself in Canada, and younger The report is very interesting, for per tral City yesterday, after a visit to her ciation of ideas? To this eleven both Pfohler and "his wife now want it shows how impossible it is for cveir sister, Mrs. .John Thixton, .lr. Mes cent, answered "No" and eighty- the validity oi their marriage estab senger. the biggest trust to get rid of com one per cent. "Yes." lished. It would have been much Mr. Edgar I). Martin has been in Question 2.- - Does such recovery cheaper for the divine to have eii petition unless it can aquire control Louisville for several days aiding in ever come during sleep? To this sev listed the (services of another clergy of the raw material as the Standard the work of pushing spring lines for Oil Company has been able to do. enteen uer cent, answered "No" and man in th first place. ICahn, Martin & Co. The same reasons which led to the twenty-eigh- t "Yes." Misses Laura Love and Mary Mar The National Advertiser tells formation of the Continental inspired Some examples given: tin left for Henderson yesterday morn story of aiTold bachelor who bought the nromotcrs of the Union. The lngona visit to Miss Louise Uodine. This morning I tried to recall 1. Later they will visit relatives in I'adu the name of a character I had read some sotfjrs, and found attached to profits of the plug trade are cnor one of them a slip of paper with mous and it is impossible to keep eah. the night before in one of Scott's these words: "I am a young lady of capital from seeking such a promis Miss Attic llobson. of Calhoon. who 1 taught a class novels and failed visited in this place some time ago 20, and would like to correspond field. This is one of the natur was married vesterdav to Mr. Ash ton and walking home in the afternoon with a bachelor, with a view to mat ing al laws of trade, and is not to be ig all the names recurred to me without ltryant at the residenee of nmony." Name and address were nored by even the most power (bites in OwenslHiro. effort. triven. The bachelor wrote, and ful combinations. The Intcration Miss llallie Shaver has left town to 2. -- I tried to recall the name of a in a tony,, days got this letter al Paper Company is already faced M, be present at the marriage of Mr. it up. Half an hou book. Cave "Mamma was marjueil twenty years with the construction of immense L. Hoggess to Miss Klla Stewart on while talking of something else Eeb. S. Miss Stewart is 11 winsome later, rou bought those ago. Thi'uv new mills which in time mav divide young lady whose father resides near blurted it out without conscious vo socks frft ' y did not adver its trade as thoroughly as the hide Penrod, Ky. Mr. Itoggess is a rising lition. lisnld them lonir tise, Qth; o pendent refineries have encroached farmer of Carter's Creek. Tin: -- On seeing a light or vounir Question 3. me your let Hkcoiu) extends congratulations. on the business of the Sugar Trust hearing a sound for the first time would suit of Dr. Len S. lluirhcs. of have you ever felt that you had seen ter,' Friends The Federal Steel, the Rubber and Louisville, who visits this plaee oeca other trusts will eventually meet the ( same before? Fifty sionally, will be interested to know or heard ) the same fate. , apciSi. that he has been appointed a Surgeon nine per cent, answered "Ycs.J !w3?rf!ftnTtk. Somethings. !roinr.'to hanncn in The action of unconscious inc?njg! in the army, and assigned to the -battalion of the Thin! engineers. ory .uunngv, sie,eu js iiiustraieuau' 1 v "uwwizraii trustaQirQlesdsoQnaandlithetftQbaflLfio when the occasion for such remem brance was past had the missing name Hash into the mind apparently of its own volition? The year 1808 has losed, but how many of us can ll re-a11 hen Sec-on- stances thadsurve to deepen the mys tery. It is! not so easy to give an cxplanationi The cleverest men who ave attempted to do so have had to admit defuufc 4 GAR LOADS 4 One Car Biaggies9 Surreys Phae tons, due March 20tho Car Load Celebrated Brand "Beef, Blood and Bone" Fertilizers,, Car Load Blount's True Blue Plows in all styles and sizes. Car Load Disc Harrows, Corn Plan ters, etc. Carload shipments enable us to save you a handsome margin on anything in the above lines. Remember: we offer low wheel improved TENNESSEE WAGONS at same prices as the. , high wheels. ' New Carload on hand. Get our prices on Disc Harrows, or you'll be sorry Wc will ' have the TIGER Harrowsvbest on earth. IMJO. Mi MUmjHft W. M Lovell, Groceries t udebak er Wa pns, Bind ers, Mowers, D 1 Rakes. ) Our Grocery Stock is immense. ns we can promptly supply m hybest articles ajfcoP8 ,r uu iiiiu-oin- v. fine in.nnr rr.1 Quurcamiinea andlUllie2icrjdeilK(aa ftvsu ifTnr.p,eEirstsorranewsn ,,i neT laiter was edited by Mr. Churchill, and as I happened to be one of the contributors, I remember wc' the excitement of Aali Pasha, the then Minister, of Foreign Affairs, on finding an opinion expressed about some polit- HoiKiNsviu.E is in fair wav to se The commercial bodies of the cure an appropriation of 50,000 South, the merchants and business for a government building. men who are seeking for new fields Paphks all over the state contain and the manufacturers who are seek reports of people being burned to ing for wider markets, have a chance death from their clothing catching to take advantage of the results o on fire. the late war with Spain. Opportu nity has come to their door and And now a. banana trust is being stands there, hat in hand. We can organized. If the promoters do not do better under the circumstan not slip up in this venture, there is ccs than to show equal politeness no use to fight- the trusts any longer. We. may also doff our hats and Wi: are quite proud of the thrift shake hands with it and beg it to and industry manifest in our adver- make its home with us. But if we tising columns. Greenville is one fail to give it due recognition, of the best markets in this section, imagine that it is a tramp out and our dealers arc letting the peo- work, or something of that kind ple know of the advantages this then opportunity will go its way place affords. not angry but wondering. Atlanta Constitution. Our Filipino insurgents are now rebelling against Uncle Sam's pro- "Has Got" Is Good English tectorate authority. One or two seAnother language saver has launch vere battles have been fought, and se- ed his boat. "Is 'has got' good veral hundred of our soldiers killed English?" he writes: "should not and wounded. The loss to the in- 'got' be omitted?" For the three surgent forces was very much heav- hundred and thirty-thir- d and last ier. time we say that "has got" is sound, Our readers will no doubt notice correct English, good historically, the absence of the usual article in good in modern use, a perfectly Anybody who has all new papers, entitled "The Con- healthy idiom. tribution of Our New Devil," and scruples about the "got" can cut it which no one of course was ever out. Anybody who has a taste for able to make out. This is not an prunes, potatoes, prisms can learn oversight on our part, but our disci- to break himself of saying "has We seek to ple of Satan objects to having his got," if he perseveres. put no constraint upon, tender conwork thus ridiculed. sciences. Hut abstainers from "has This edition of Thk Kkcord is be- got" should be warned against being ing sent to about 1,500 people. puffed up. Fresh English is always There arc a few of them who arc not good, but persons who like it canned subscribers, but they need not fear arc welcome to take it that way. to take the paper from the office and They mustn't put on airs, though. read it, as no charge is made, and New York Sun. you arc not considered a subscriber Although women in Paris had the unless you subscribe or some one right, for the first time, the other has for you. day to vote, few excercised the privJohn D. Rockefeller, the moving ilege. In the second arrondissement spirit of the Standard Oil Co., is only three voted, and a sjmilar numgoing to retire from the active man- ber in the eighth. Much the same agement of that company, after was the result in every other arronhaving amassed the greatest fortune dissement, while in the Quartier Latthat any man in the world can boast. in, which might be thought the very Hc'is reported to be worth sanctum sanctorum of women's rights and has made by specula- not a single member of the fair sex tion SS, 000, 000 in one day. When took the trouble to vote. The sole he organized the oil business he was exception to this otherwise general worth about Si 00, 000. Colonel O. indifference was the First arrondisH. Payne will succeed him as man- sement, which comprises the Hallos ager. or markets, where several hundred "The oldest inhabitant" has not been women gave their votes. heard from, but. the youugest newspaThe weather has caused the temper in town will veuture the assertion that the weutber this week has been porary suspension of a great many out-doalmost a ltucoitn breaker. occupations. $250,-000,000, The S.outh's Opportunity ' tv lour per cent, answered rrvcs . Question 5. -- Can you wake at a given hour determined before going to sleep without waking up many times before? Fifty-nin- e per cent, answered "yes." Thirty-on- e per cent, answered "No." Question 6. If you can, how about failure? Sixty-nin- e per cent, seldom fail, twenty-fiv- e per cent, often. Do you come direct from oblivion into consciousness? Sixty-fou- r per cent, answered "Yes." and sixteen per cent. "Gradually." Examples. r had to give medicine ex1. actly every two hours to my wife. I am a very sound sleeper, but for six weeks I woke up every two hours and never missed giving the medicine. am always awake five 2. I minutes before I set the alarm. I had had little sleep for ten 3 days aud went to bed at 9, asking to be called at midnight. I fell asleep at once. I rose and dressed as the clock struck 12, and could not believe I had not been called. A strange phenomena has come to light in the course of inquiry into the mystery of memory. It has been discovered that by gazing steadily at a crystal consciousness is partly lost. Into the void thus produced those who have practiced crystal gazing find that there enter, unbidden, forgotten incidents and lost memories. To give a A lady in crystal gazing saw a bit of dark wall covered with white flowers. She was conscious she must have seen it somewhere, but had no She walked recollection where. over the ground she had just traversed and found the wall, which she had passed unnoticed. She took out her bank book .another day. Shortly afterward she was gazing at the crystal and saw nothing but the number one. She thought it was some back number, but, taking up her bank book, found to her surprise it was the number of the account. At another time she destroyed a letter without noting the address; she could only remember the town. After gazing at the crystal some time she saw "321 Jefferson avenue." She addressed the letter there, adding the town, and found it was right. A lady sat iu a room to write where she had set eight years before. She : uc competition the matter WiThtfjfbc" so distressing, but it would be better both for the consumer of plug and the producer of leaf tobacco if there could be a great number of small factories rather than two mammoth concerns. Couricr-Iourn-al. J. I. PENCE (Oi, f uflcy ical questions of the day. "Am I or Mr. Churchill, the Minister of Turkey?" exclaimed the Pasha, and similar declarations had to be strictly there arc many avoided. To-da- y large daily papers, and, although muzzled by a rigid censor, they still go on fairly, and some of them," as (application), The The Tkdam Terdjumnia Hakikat (the interpreter of truth), and Sabah (morning), have a considerable number of readers. The Turks have, besides, weekly and monthly papers, treating literary, philosophic, and philological topics, and, what is certainly most astonishing, they have got illustrated papers pictures of living objects were formerly looked upon as a deadly sin and last, not least, a ladies' paper called Khanimlara Makhsus Gazcta, as well as a juvenile paper called Sibyan Hazetasi. Literature. m r oc Friiirc Tinware, Queensware, Novelties NEAR THE DEPOT. Is & Lovell, h workers of Wood, .iii Tin and Iron, ask the Public to give them an opportunity Spring Wear. We will ! thes2 lines. jlso do upnolstering anct Furniture Repairs. A 4 TT4. 4 at the opening of the All work guaranteed; LOWEST PRICES. Does Farming Pay? both In tn'd out of doors. For instance you study how to feed your stock. Why not .give tlic It docs, if you look after the 'little" as well as the "big" things ..andiamilynd your help, a little thought? One of the biggest and most important things "in-door- s" thoiighttof JKW'toaffei:dyiirsclf is the cooking stoveorrangc. Gctagood one 'while you are at it. It costs but little more than the cheap, hastily put together affairs, and while 'you are buying 1 good one, may as well get the BEST, THE "CHARTER OAK." it quicker1, with less fuel and labor, They will do better work, and do and will last longer than any other kind. You will find the price reas. onable enough. OAkS FOli SALE BY Spring season present suitable lines of Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Our full attention is given to "ready-to-wealines, and. we think wc can serve the consumer's interests satisfactory. Our Shoe stock will be an especial feature this season. We invite at tention to our fine dress 'Styles in ihopAvork and to all grades in medium priced shoes for Ladies and Gentlemen. Our Furnishing Goods stock will be ample and in correct fashion. Our Hat stock will embrace the right shapes and styles iii felts and straws. Our clothing stock will abound in excellent values. Wc invite your visits. Just now wc are forcing out all Overthat remains of winter stock. coats, Heavy Suits, Underwear and all Winter goods way down in price. Buy bargians now. r" Agent for WALLPAPER, BLINDS, PORTIERRES, LACE CURTAINS, Etc. Prices the Lowest. Will take pleasure in showing my Samples at your, Homes, J. HL HAYES CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. Sybscribe for T HEkE(0RD. 1. F Victory . E. EADESa Noti:: 1 We yet have all sizes but 3sPAKl5 J. V. ROARK ESTATE iu a big job of Linen Collars, high grade quaky, perfect goods but slightly off in shape. Twelve Collars 45c; six for 25c; one for 5c. 51 Invites you to his Cash Grocery, at the Depot. Everything in good assortment, at lowest prices. Prod Wanted L C R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. WJT. Ml. NO. KAST. 'iiJLiK'nl5In, Il.Ittinm Sill Fnxt Mull, 11.17 am " l.J7m SOI Urn. J.Utain !HI Uk-ii- I " Vrt. 7.!Sam AO Jirj Fat .VtXljim " W. W. Sloan. Aft SM LHnl Fvt. 4.:Kiin WEATHER FORECAST FOR THURSDAY, For Western Kentucky and Tennessee: Hear ami dry. Continued extreme cold. northerly winds, becoming' northwesterly. I 8 lowest. S below. Sun rises. (.."1H: sets, ."i.3'J. Jlofln rises. 0.12 a. in. ji.ni.. .1: s p.m., Yl.STKMIA Y"S TKMl'lil'ATlMlI!. below; nigncst, 11 LOCAL POINTERS. The Rkcokh, 50c. a year, l'annell pays cash for fun;. O'Uryan & Miller have mattings I. V. Ration had a very severe fall Monday! . Do vou want iob nrintini:? We do the best. Take your shoes to Hoard and have them promptly repaired. Choice fre;h meats, oysters, fish, celery, etc, at PannelPs market. Miss Nellie Duncan sprained her wrist while out skating last Monday. furnish you plans and Nord cifj' utiotis foe any kind of build 1 " .. . V N. Martin can clean up your suit and nutuc it look and fit Ai V.i' new. 4 . ..-v'if- i Samnle conies of Tin: Ilixouu nay be obtained on application to this office. Someone must have shadowed the round Hog the and. and prevented Jiis appearing. . J. D. Hoard, shoemaker, is keeping people from being sick by .fixing ments. And they trade with the ad vertisers. up their shoes. Postmaster .'Reynolds has put up a New spring nniplcs are shown by 2 him K. N. MartTn your or notice prohibiting smoking in his of fice. Tjhis is a tiling that should thi-der have been done long ago, and now Mc .. led irom his office door Mpnday sustaining several se- that the step has been taken, ' the notice should be respected. " vere injuries. J. l'L Reynolds and Charley Urad- Great line of mattings, in new ley killed a genuine wild turkey spring patterns, have just been openSeveral per apiece last Thursday. ed by O'liryan & Miller. sons have reported seeing signs of Mr. L. C. Chatham, who become two droves in the Jernigan Chapel unconscious Monday from severe neighborhood. rheumatic pains, is reported better'. An alarm of fire caused the usual The City. Council hasi granted Mr. bucket, brigade early right. to erect on ruhi. of the J.. Tiosley the uNrpiula'nrnrngj.; fThc 7sNymyi!Je:J sirvorthrsvold! mm a,, new plrui i 11 Mr. R. T. Martin has been confined for several days on account of grip but is up again. Ice is being put up. It lias good healthy proportions, beinar about eight inches thick. See the great reductions in flan nels, heavy shoes, pants, hats, boy's suits, etc., at A. Cohen's. Mrs. Win. T. Miller has been seri ously ill for some days, and is re ported no better this morning, loy pavements and the grip are keep ing n grout number of our oitixuns in their homes thin week. Suuh ai uombi nation Is bard to push against. Dr. T. J. Slaton was called Tues day morning to attend the daughter of Ci. B. Head who was very badly burned. R. Martin & Co., have just put acetylene gas in their big dry goods The lights will greatly en store. hance the appearance and comfort of the store at night Go T. J. Jones for dry goods, dress goods, and dress trimmings; shoes, groceries, and all articles usually kept in a first class dry goods and millinery store. 2t Mrs. Woosley the prominent evan gelist, who has had remarkable sue cess, will begin a series of meetings here in the Cumberland J'rcsbyteri an' church. The meeting will begin about the 1st. of March. Rev. J. P. Lowry, oftLitilc Rock, Ark., is holding a protracted meet ing at Auburn, Ky. Rcv. Lowry ject everyone reads the papers will be remembered by our people Nearly these days. And a great number who for the great good accomplished in read the papers, read the advertise- a scries of meetings here two years v If you want The Rkcoud, must subscribe for it. Roark is closing out all ice skates at net factory cost. Cash paid for poultry for next 30 tlays. J. P. Paxkui.l. Sec Nord about getting your old houses remodeled into modem dwell ings. A 50c. investment in a year's sub scriptlon to This Rkcoud is a good business proposition. Wagoners are charging about doub lc rates for hauling now, but thev earn their money all right. Merchants and clerks have not been rushed with trade this week. Very few people have been in town. The ground-ho- g couldn't see his shadow and he fixed it so we could not see ours either, for several days J. R. Morgan, South Carrollton, wants your chickens, butter, eggs and all other marketable produce at highest prices. nuantity of A considerable other heat-pr- o "ground hog" and ducing foods have been consumed since the 2d. inst. Mr. Harry Bridges, of Louisville, made, the city his regular business Of course he sub visit yesterday. scribed for The Record. The principal interest of Muhlen berg is1n tobacco. and The Record will with the next issue, publish a column devoted entire! v to this sub Mr. and Mrs. J Humphrey invited several of ting peopl to dinner on Feb. n honor o c the marriage of Mr. Abb to Mi a Lovell llie occasion was .gry enjoyable one to all parties present and the invited guests report agreat dinner and plenty of merrinnhit, AMONG THE CHURCHES. CL'.MHERI.AXI) I'KESIIVTKKIAN . ' a .ya .2 CHURCH There was no Sunday-schoat the Water had accu church Sunday. mulated in the basement, and no fire could be built in the furnace. How ever those who came out visited othe Sunday-schools. Clearance Sale !ow Cost Mrs. M. 15. Mai. a: Co., an nouuee a clearing s f all winte millinery goods at p. below cost All goods must be 1.. d by Feby New spring go in great va 20. riety will arrive Marker,. Do you like the lOQ-o- this pa Qar. per? It costs 50c a New AdiTiii..n. We have just adi :o our stock a nice lot of pocke es, purses pes, pencils, pipes, paper and e pens, tablets, com-.jushes, toilet soap, hand nurroi Call and see our goods and pnlf. (iRKKN'vii.i.tt Groci r.& Bakery D. S. Duxcvjl Co. : he Ladies Missionary Society will meet with Miss Lelia Martin Monday afternoon at 2.30. A special program lias ueen ar ranged which will be very interesting and all should be present. There has been some talk of change being made in time for hold ing prayer meeting, but no definite Combined Flour Bin and decision has been reached as yet, so the regular praver service will be with every $20 worth held Friday evening at 7 oclock. Rev. J. 'J'. Barbee will filHiis pul pit on regular appointment Sunday morning at 11, also Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. I Chas. Slaughter, Sifter, and Elegant Lamps Given Away ot goods; ' 1 '7, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Dress Goods, Etc., Etc. it Our Prices tlie Very Lowest. I'KESIIVTKKIAN CHURCH. ao. Rev. B. T. Watsoi. .te Kvan- gclist of the Cumber l'resbyte nan church, coinmei ' protract ed revival service at ( Id, Breck- enridgc county, last iv. Bro. Watson was pastoi the C. P. church at this place Tor several years, and by his earnest work and high rnnstian character, greatly en deared himself not onI to his neo- pie, but to the mcmberf of all the ' churches. I v s Mrs. Will Lucas, colored, is. dan gerously burned and thought to be dying. At 6.30 o'clock this morning her clothing caught on fire from a grate, and she was horribly burned before the flames were extinguished. Mr. R. K. Humphrey is thinking of locating a planing mill and ma chine shop near the depot. This is an enterprise which should com mand good patronage. And in Mr. Humphrey's hands will no doubt do so. Mr. Clarence B. Hayes came home from the south yesterday morning, on u visit, to hjs father and mother. He ihaf atadi?fhir from the U. .S. armyy 1 On Kebruary ist,'Mr. Abb Humphrey was uniter'') marriage to Miss Lynn Lovell. l ighter of Mr. Mike Lovell, who ac of our proihinent fanners, ng near town. The ceremony solemn- ized by Rev. M. . 1: rter, of Greenville. After the .icmony an elegant supper served those pres- Gilt. I HE RECflPJ - :h(ls consrrat- - illations to theJ them a life of- lirid wishes happiness. The attendance at Sunday school last Sunday was limited on ac I here count of cold and snow. were forty one present which inclu ded several members of the Cumberland church. There will be prayer service held 011 Ihurs day afternoon at a quarter of three o'clock, conducted by the pastor, Rev. M. B. Porter. The custom of having the service at this hour was inaugurated by the pastor last summer, and has proven beneficial and enjoyable to those in attendance. I'he congregation has been larger md the interest seems more mani fest when the services were held at the evening hour. The Ring's Daughters should re ; organize their society and continue their characteristic method of good works. This band of young ladies IN has in the past contributed largely Also othe support of this church, and arc the Leading Grocers in Greenville. also the mission church at Powderly, of HARDWARE, BUILDING MATERIAL, and they should not relinquish their fforts, but follow their motto and STUFF, Etc. Lend a hand, in His name." HOWARD Ml nnniiii MA w carry ill a full Wti TEMPORARY QUARTERS," line HAY, FEED, : I METHODIST 'CHURCH. Among not inubrfj preQiniiiUfl tdyYirty I TTT f , ' Ir but ' The Ladies Aid Society of the M. IS. Church will meet wth Miss Lucy ltund. yMOiJiiMOMay?' af' j' oh.at '''jtiwTfcial Shu .. ?srrT!Tr. !4 ffeX liTr .JBR untri Lilfe n,0st fhiHTRiriS iWQrju; es Tlfe JCeial d ibjcW&rtH&nit, .imi 3Tha doctors have. all been" Vcrv1 ' sewing machine dh display at Roark'. gcnbral store. pecially like most stiiriu lants tea has to ge ell organized and get into It is the best sew busy this week, being called day and r. w. v. bloaiij the popuiar furniture store. night to all sections for several its good and its bad side. When their work before the Missionary C. agent, has a 'nice house near ing machine made, is a neat piece miles around. Then there are many taken in moderation, and by one Conference meets. ' 7 ,the depot which is rapidly Hearing of furniture, and is sold at the right persons in town who arc suffering with whom it does not disagree for price. ,v completion IIAI'TJST CHURCH. from complaints brought on by the some persons cannot drink even a Two cars were derailed from the ,y$ t' Come and sec our complete line small cup without symptoms of wcatlusr. extreme The Uaptist Ladies Aid Society 4,vf Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Ladies' switch at the depot last Sunday. Rain, sleet, snow, zero weather. poisoning tea is a stimulant and re will meet by request with Mrs. Nina The traqk was torn up slightly, and and Gents Furnishings. storative, relieving mental and bod Harlow at her her home on Cherry some trouble and delay were caused luce surroundings to set up new ny ; J, R. Morgan, So. CarrolltonY fatigue, promoting intellectual street next Tuesday. machinery and get things in shape to in getting the cars back on the A ri r. i cicii, wiiiiu carrv 11. viuuigu nriT. issue a new paper. But we did every activity, curing a "tired' headache At a recent. meeting, the following ing out ashes from his officsc last $rack. thing from the start in ten days. If and causing a most agreeable sense were elected officers of the Haplist u Captian Pierce of Drakesboro has g Tuesday, received a severe fall. He or even exhilaration Sunday-schoo- l: three or four young men have been of C. IS. ICades, su : ViJ' :.. -- ....! v.. i. SIUU just returned from Chicago, where he missed Part of this effect is doubtless due perintendent; Owen Rice, secretary; if. jujjuiicu lulling iiyut UJJ Willi 7 from their usual haunts, has been in the interest of the, Black care and unhurt. to the hot water in itself a power Miss Yewell, librarian. charge it to the Record. ful stimulant yet not all, for cold A merciful man is merciful to his Diamond Coal Co. He contracted Miss Irene Eaves died at her home mining for additional electrical tea acts almost equally v?ell. When beast. Take your horse to Grundy's Wanamaker's Profits. near Sacramento last Sundav at 6 one feels cold, the heat Hi id the alka feed and livery stable when you machinery for their plant. A business man of Philadelphia p. m. She was known an'd general1 New '99 Crescent Bicycles are on loid caffeine or theme in a cup of told me the other day that Mr. come to town. He will be oared for beloved here, where she often visit display at Roark's and you arc invittea act as stimulant to the heart, in Wanamaker's profits from Philadel in1 the best possible manner. ed relatives and friends. The in chain-les- s creasing the rapidity of circulation phia store last year were over Si, Now is the time, Roark's the ed to call and sec them. The icrmcnt was in tnc iamiiy grave is the greatest wheel out, and and promoting the wangth of th 700,000 and that those from his f place, and Wright's the man to re-- ? will have greatly increased sales this yard, burial being on Tuesday after body. On the other hand, hot tea New York establishment will run pair your old shoes and make new noon. i? asserted to be cooling in hot close to that figtirc. season, on account of improvements The Saturday s shoeones. The. only For spring and summer clothes, weather by reason oMhc which make it perfect. profuse oeiorc nrisunas tne receipts in W. S. Wright. maker in town. call on F. M. Marshall, in the Bank New York were . even greater than This is a county newspaper, and pcispuaium inui 11 umuccs. The residence of Jim Joscy, who Building, and let him show you his i ne evii euecis or overindulgence those in Philadelphia and exceeded the county news from every lives near Powderly, was entirely dc- -. wajnts elegant line of samples from The in tea are greater than the gooil cf $5 00, 000. The New York store has stroyed by fire last Saturday night. section. A good correspondent is Royal Tailors, Chicago. 1,40 suits fects just mentioned. Taken in ex paid a profit from the very day it wanted in each community, and He was very unfortunate, not saving under $13, Pants, $3 and up, cessive quantity, or even in moder was opened, although two firms will be secured to report regularly. household goods except a scw- (Jive him a call, and you will also ate quantity oy one wjth whom it which occupied the establishment But any one who has an item of machinc. give him your measure. docs not agree, tea Gauges marked since A. I. btewarts death have interest will greatly aid us by telling he small boy has been in all the Mr. Lawson Reno is confined to dyspeptic and nervous disturbances. failed. The us about it, and the favor will be reason of Mr. Wanama glory of his existence this week. his bed on account of injuries re Tea drunkards suffer frorii catarrh of ker's highly appreciated. irrcat success, both in New The sleet furnfshed him a wide area ceiveu in a tad on an icy pavement the stomach, fiatulenceTnactivity of York and Philadelphia, is his skill A stock company is being organ for skating1 on Sunday, followed by in Louisville Tuesday, and it is the bowels or sometimes the re- ful and extensive advertising. It snow and the usual sport of coasting ized at Bremen to erect and operate! feared his leg is broken, He fell verse palpitation of th'heart, ner has been his rule to confine his ada flouring mill. The enterprise is of which he has made good the opwhile walking down Seventh street vous unrest, muscular J, twitchings vertising to newspapers and magaalmost assured, and Mr. K. B. portunities. to the Union depot, but got aboard and wakefulness. ;.L zines, on which he has spent annual- is likely to lie put in charge. Tate the "Texas" train and was brought .One party has subscribed for six Some people, who'v$an usually more than $300,000 in Philadel Bremen is situated in a good farm copies of this paper, sending five to home. The serious nature of his in drink tea without' anyJ,e'vil conse phia. The advertising bills of his ing section, and a mill should com- jury was npt realized distant friends. We trust the reuntil yesterday. quences, find that theyiuinot do so New york establishment exceeded mand good patronage. Mr. Tate Owensboro Messenger, membered ones will appreciate the r iney Happen to or in even that sum last year. is a good man to run it, too. t favor as highly as wo do. Such aH 12. Reynolds invited several of mental distress; J. at such tiuius the Mr. C. it. Roark was up from tion is very encouraging to us, and his hunter friends, to eat wild turkey beverage, instead of choeVlhg, aggra Preparing for Business. South Carrollton for two days' this is worthy of imitatiou. A few days previous he vates worry and adds to;il the misery (Monday. The report is that the Illinois week. It is due to a great extent was lucky This cold spell will be very severe onough to locate a drove of indigestion. Some of the k Central will buy about fifty new en to his skill as a ypo that we are able on quail. Several hunters have exand secure one which he brought troubles producedtby tea arc gines; the order for them will be givto greet you There is a world home. Those present were very doubtless due to the' tannin that is en this spring or summer, for deliv- pressed themselves that if this spell of worry and detail in adjusting fortunate in securing an invitation contained in it in varying amounts, ry in tluj fall, The report is also lasted long it would be very disasthings in a new office, and wind and and all Hid justice to the repast. according to the kindwd qualitv. trous to the n6xt season's shooting. Urront that the company will order weather have added no small amount fter dinner cigars were passed md which is cxlracteiK"' from ilm woon 1,000 box ears and The birds will as a last rcslirt go to 2,000 coal of delay. around and reminicences of huntjng oave especially by- long! steaming cars. This is a large order but the barns for food and if the pco the W.. H, Craliam, wjioge father W. and pie will not trap them then they may Youth's Companion. fishing wore Urn subjqets of 0On. or boiling business of the' I. C. will no doubt R. Graham resides near Dalton, Ky. versation. The dinner left . get through this cold snap, t nothing demand such additions to their alwas accidentally shot last week at to be desired' and all seemed to Mardi Gras at NcyOuieans. ready immense rolling stock. ' . Marriage license were granted to Mataiuas, Cuba. Ira Parrish of think that it was the best turkey . the following parties: Madisonville was handling a loaded with which it had ever been We are taking subscriptions to Tin: If their Feb'. 3: C. W. Cisncy to .Miss For above occasion bc Illinois Kncoim in blocks of ttvu owl six gun which was discharged causing fortune to meet. It was what is from Sarah Craig. Both parties reside Central Railroad Co., will sell tick single pJTOlw. who oiv sending the very severe wound about nine generally called a stag party, there ets to New in the Rosewood neighborhood. Orleans, La.,.at qiui faro. VStW WpUH to friends ut a distance. inches below the knee. Amputa- being no ladies present. The dinner Feb. a; Robert D. Vincent to Tills Is not wild to discoumge the felon sate low who only tion is thought to be neccessary by did not suffer from want of attention ior rouiui rrio. wants a copy for six Miss Mary 13cll Browning, contract' BP) 6l3 incl 'Rfor trains months, that will make us happy also. howcvoF, oven if the ladies would ' the aurgoonc in charge, ing parties residing near Earles. arrlvln forenoon Ice skates for boys an'd girls at have added more grace, ' Feb. 1: Roscoe Skipworth, of of, limit We have just received an onvoicc in .' JRiolkwood, to Miss Cordelia Hodge, Roark's. We will gladly furnish a sample to1 of Acorn stoves and' Ranges. Call vi we place, ic, a' week' for The Recokd. copy of The Record for thewtsking. and see them. Pimnci liriiTTr rTTTiril TTlT v'sv 11 f 5,5-.- " well-bein- 1 Our Celebrated Brands of Flours: , 6 6 first-clas- are being maintained to the highest point of excellence, and are holding public favor. Bran, Meal and Feed Stuff for sale at the lowest market prices. Try our service. Patent Straight People's Choice ' Jube & John' SELL - dys-pept- to-da- - ANCHOR and LYON BUGGIES, HOMESTEAD and JONES FERTILI- wsr i ZERS, t 'i"h BINDERS, MOWERS and DISC HARROWS, VULCAN PLOWS, MYERS PUMPS, OSBORN GENERAL LINE OF HARDWARE. FINE LINE OF HARNESS. AH kinds .. - "i I V'. ' fi V 1 J f Roark of -- Tfo i Til erir work promptly done. THE B RECORD PRESS, Owkn PnHllot. CENTS fMi-u- ltu r.. OlIIEV I.. KOARK, rvtsrvYEAR, IN ADVANCE. HARDY CHRYSANTHEMUMS. AIDS IN BUTCHERING. lion TIiIn Winter Tns.'t Can Ko ttutitivil of Some of It Womt Terror. Muuh-Iremttil PASTEURIZATION. AccnmplixlicU. In on editorial orticio Tho Creamery Journal says that flvo years' pasteurizing has heou ono of tho topics discussed among tho cronmary men of tho land. Experiment stations hnve also taken hold to a limited extent, enthusiastio writers havo clung to their viows with cominondablc persistency, nnd in at least ono iustnuco it hns been mado tho subject of closo study, intense application mid unstinted labor in ouo of the best crcamcrios of tho country. Moro is known about it than was known flvo years ago or two years ago, but no one is yet satisfied. Tho beliovor in it can point to nothing substantial in results, tho inquirer can get no definite answers to his queries, the scientists are unablo to find tho lino of demarcation between speculation and demonstration, and, in short, wo am none of ns yet out of the woods, no mnttcr how unwelcome the coufossion. It ia entirely trno that over nnd anon somo one reports succoss aud says that ho has demonstrated that it pays, and that he has deduced n method whioh hna conio to stay. lint beforo many moons havo pnssed wo find each and every ono of those enthusiastic pasteurizers out of his job and looking for fresh pastures. It is also truothnt our Danish friends point with loyal prido to tho success of pasteurizing in their fatherland and draw a vivid contrast between tho four workers iu a Danish creamery and the ouo or two in unr own creameries. But not ouo of them builds a creamery hero and hires tho fourworkors and attempts to competo with tho crouuiory which handles tho snnio amount of milk with one or two workers. Then in making onr confessions strictly up to date, continues Tho Journal, wo Iinvo to acknowledge that it costs moro to mako good pasteurized butter, nnd that butter so pasteurized doeB not outsell good butter from raw cream. Pasteurization of whole milk or cream rosts npon tho assumption that it is dominated by damaging germs. It is liko tho doctrine of total depravity. "It is a good doctriuo if pcoplo would only livo up to it, " as tho old lady Enid. But nt present tbo best wo can do is to keep our children and our milk from contact, with bad surroundings, instead of trying to roast out the badness after it is unco in them. "Concrcnlcd" Cutter. Congealed butter is on tho market ngnin, says the Kansas City Grocer, mid tho city health department is getting ready to have eouio of the dealers in it explain a few things. A sample has been obtained from tho city market, and as soon ns tho city chemist gets through analyzing it warrauts will bo sworn ont Congealed butter is detrimental to publio health mostly by the filthy character of tho ingredients that compose it. It is also in tho nature of a bunko game, as tho weight of tho . I,. ter',15 greau; lucrcaseqj oy uie unq 1 x" 1 50 m 0c e In SliMrjr f the Uoark BuIIiUiir. THURSDAY, FEBY. 9, 1599: JnPWflMCBff. RURAL MAIL DELIVERY. The I'uMt Oltlee Donnrttnottt About to Try n Unique I'lnn to Text It L'NOflllllOHM. The advocates of a system of rural uxill delivery will be linich encouraged by an experiment which the powt olnoe deportment proposes to inaugurate soon. The scWiue takes the form of n traveling peat office nutl specitlca-tion- s for the necessary kind of u ohic!c will be isuied in a few days. It is expected that the exterior will somewhat resemble the modern country stage conch, with three window ou a tide, and will be labeled "United State The body Mttil," in.aoiwpictous-letterwill be eight feel long, four feet across, and just high enough for a man six feet tall to stand erect Inside. It will bo n very light running conch, weighing but 000 pounds, nnd adapted to all kinds of weather rains hail, snow or blow, . Butchering hogs has many disagreeable features, but some of these, particularly the lifting or the hog, bclore and after dressing, can be robbed of idany of their objections by having a convenient arrange nieut for scalding, scraping, cleaning and hanging. One arrangement for lightening labor i. this way is shown in the accompanying illustration. The furm sled can be used The as the scraping platform (b). scalding vat (a) may be any large barrel which will hold water. block and brace it so that it will not be displaced in putting the hog in and taking it cut. In the iron kettle u") 'blunter is heated. The hog is killed and drawn along the side of the fccrapin:: platform opposite the iron kettle of lifting the carcass onto th platform by hand, make use of the photel lever attached to the post (d) d blfcucnrds sonnel will consist of but two the traveling postmaster nnd hi driver. The latter will be mounted upon an ample CONVENIENT BUTCHERING KMENT. or red-h- summers. Tflie per- Place a chain about the hind legs of the hog. hook thu short end of the lever into this eliaiu and the hog is lifted rosily. The post (d) is equally distant from the platform (b) and posts (g, b and f). After the hogs have been scalded and all the hair removed put them hi the gambrels and with the lever lift 1hem from the scraping platform and swing them around so they can be hung upon the cross bars in posts (g, b and f). A lot of heavy lifting Is thmn voided. The cross bars can be made so that they will turn around on a pivot in the direction of the' arrows. Tills is-- accomh hole In the plished by boring a top of the post. Use for cross bars four by four oak properly narrowed at the outer ends. Cross these on top of the hole in the middle posts, bore a of the intersection and secure them iu place by means of an iron pin which s fits into the hole in the A DELIG HTFUIj HIGHWAY. and the post. Fasten the cross (Road Loading from Maysvillc to Lcxing cheap arms together, and a ton, Ky.) pivotul arrangement for hanging hogs seat In front, sheltered overhead and is the resnlt. With this device and the projected in ivct weather by a wiUor- - hjvtr there is absolutely no nee?ssiT ruuaifit-iicung- i. AfcojuiiiGc&iijot c HUB ii "II 'If lVj-ineiy3-inc- h l'j-inc- h cross-piecelirst-class, conferred 011 western farmers n boon, tho monetary vuluo of which oscoeds tho cum total of nil tho npptoprintious that have over been mado for tho support of thnt department. It has discovered a smedy for the hog cholera which will cr 0 at least 80 per cenfof the animals trsnted. Low prices luivo been ouo of the plagues of tho western farm or. Hoy oliolera has been nnothor and by no means tho least. It cost tho farmers of the amide state of Iowa $15, OUO. 000 two yeais ago. Innumcrnblo remedies wero tried during tho last 80 years, but thej all proved valueless. Whan cholera Uroln out iu a drovo of hogs, tho owner felt tho case was hopeless. Tho chief of tho bmenn of animal industry the department of agricnltnro tool: up liis snbjcot two years ago, and cxperim tits havo been conducted under his dir nion over since. As a result a pernm 'atment has been devised which so thoroughly tested that its has be as been proved. This year tho officno; tests n ao in an Iown county showed that out of 5)22 animals treated 170 died, or less than 20 per cout, whilo ont of 1,10? hogs in other droves which wero not treated 870 or nearly 80 per I'OMPfiN' 'H I'.VS A N T !vM M TKF.VKNX A. cent died. Thus Bcionco hns put it iu f cnltivnt'iiR urged tho tha mcro hardy chrysanthemums and of tho power of tho hog raisers of states growing varieties thnt would bo suit- like Iswn, Nebraska, Illinois, Kansas, able to nil sorts cf gardens, and it now etc., to protect their droves to a great extant ugninst tho ravages of n previoussay: "Today tboro aro.camorous varieties ly fatal and costly disease If tito western farmers choose to avail offered in the trade, and nny one who desires to make his garden Unutifcl in themselves of tho labors of tho bureau tho dying mouths of tho year, with n of aniital industry, they will savo milminim mil of energy, lias nt J mud an lions of dollarn nununlly. If thoir corn abutidauco of material. There nro a and wheat bring pricos which they are great number cf varieties which can not satisfied with they can convert those grniusjnto pork ami can Lo sura that ho used foe this purpose. "Of tho pom per. s puro Trevcunn may the ibg cholera will not strip them of Chicago Tribbo taken as ageed type, and it is known their hoped for profits. in white, yellow and pink forms, tho une, SIit)olns: rtnngre IIotkom In An.ttrnlln. latter being exceptionally delightful. "Ln Scour Meinnie is ouo of the most Iu an ontstntion in NowSontii Wales oharming of tho hardy chrysanthemums. it vas necessary to construct this elaboIts delicately formed flower nnd its pur- rate arrangement to shoe range horses ity of color, the profusion ft'ith whioh it Many Australian horses hnvo h great blccms, all entitle it to notice. petrhant for biting, kicking, jumping "In Jules LaBravere, properly belong- aud cthor oxubernucos of a similar kind ing to the group which our European As it is absolutely necessary to shoe brethren special izo as rcflexed, we huvu them .eouiehow, howovor, they aro an intenso dark red. Tho plant is n strong grower, very florifcrons, und carh ries its blooms in cIcuec masses, very distinct in character from the two to which wo J mo jent alluded a beta For its richnosa cf color it is unsurpassed." Of a type which is as yet but very rarely seen, the Pompon Anemone, tho titlo is snfikiently descriptive of flip characters that should Le lcokod far, according to (bo authority qcA whioh f urthor remarks : Tho great cuiirui cf tneso uaruyit prct-enc1 I' advi.-nbiht- y Pom nun VtirietlrM nv Poitulnr nnd Well Suited to SjiihII linriteii. The pompon, or hardy chrysntitbo-mump- , havo n;t lacked many keen admirers in tho Inet fuw yoar. Yet it is almost within tho pu.st that they appear with ono bound to havo gained n place in accordance with turn- merits in public esteem, i; indicated by their pervading and popularity at recent plant rlnivs, exhibitions', etc. American GnrdeiiiiiK hus for kuuiu time Inquiries an to AVImt the Iroce lias CURE FOR HOG CHOLERA. Imiiertnncc of the Discovery of the Department of AKi'loult tire. Tho department of agriculture has LnHerinurxsweww serve at inn luuinui ".ui iu u3 Those window glriss windbws. another iu front will mako the office as light s may bo desired by day, while a blazing lamp will do tlhe snrae by night. The postmaster will be svoted in the center of his office upon n revolving chair made stationary with the floor. behind him will bo n Both befor-anot working table and a complete post ofllcc pigeon holes. Under ordinary uircumetnnees he wili ride wHi his back toward the driver, there being more roonv at his rear table than at the front. .7ust above the rear tabic will be a closet with double doors. Inside will bq shelves, a cash drawer, and drawore for storing stamps, postal cards, envelopes, cancclers and other necessities, including a trusty gun for protection against the bold highway- roast n r ms jSD3um tanivi wit i i?.t n rjiwn can b securely fastened to the top of tke post, or. better s'ill. mortises made near the top and the cress pieces fitted into thero. Orange Jadd Farmer. ffiGBtuat- out ntiy special cure they will froiri'yfar' tuy nro flwxi ntntnni?rns?5vitnr cd Wf.JarSrSi ! lUt uslbncMnnHinsldOjUtfEtronDf ':'cpuutry - st man. Grouped about this closet will be the smaller pigeon holes, among which mail matter for the rural inhabitants having houses or collection and delivery boxes- along the route between post oflices will be distributed alphabetically. Thua when the niv potrt office on wheels npproacliet the fnrm of neon, that gentleman letters can be readily found in pigeon hoi? "It." aid when it comes to the box of ITezeki h Ilnthaway. who may lire several milce up tlie crossroad, his letters and pnpers will be taken from compartment "11" and deposited in tbe slot of the box bearing his name. Beneath this rear working table will be larger pigeor holes, each bearing the name of a established post office on the circuit. Upbu trrivingt each office the traveling postmaster will take all matter out of the bos and present it to hi? host, the stationary pc4wastcr. This i rcg-ulnrl- y pionoer post ofliue on wheels will bo so equipped tlmt it may, if needs be, traverse the country under control of oniy one man with composite duties of carrier, collector, postmaster and driver. All along the route will be distributed letter boxes of n novel decern, each bearing the name of it& owner, who may fasten it outside the gate leading up his lane or nt the point where the road leading to his farm joins the route of the post ofllcc. Farmere' Review. IIIkIiwuj-j Porto Itlco. Spooking of the roads in Porto Kico. Con. Ioy Stone says: ('I can only add that all I hnve heretofore said in favor of the good roads movement, a warning nnd reproof drawn from n country where, except for a few military lines, no roads have ever been built; nnd where the bulk of the product of a mnrvolously rich soil is carried to market on the heads of men and women or the backs of diminutive animals. As n result of this neglect, together with other kindred causes, the agricultural population of the island, although industrious nnd frugal, is sn poor as to be Mnrili Gras at New Orleans. almost without shelter, furniture or clothing, and entirely without. supplies of food, so that their trifling wages For r.binc occasion the Illinois must be paid day by day to enable Central Railroad Co.. will sell tickthem to continue this hopclcsa existets to New Orleans, l.a.,at one fare ence." for round trip. Tickets on sale Slillttiry UoRd for Cuba. inclusive, and for trains A military road is to bo built around I'eby. Santiago and another is to run arriving in New Orleans on forenoon straight through the city. of Feby. 14th, with final return limit Buy two or three Concord grape lo Fcby. cSth., 1899. plants and have grapes for the family. W. W. Act. In 6-- to year, iu duo 6C2eou, repay carelessness with an abundant crop of flowers, hut, let ifc be remembered, tho results that tho carefnl cultivator and Bkillful FACTS FOR FARMERS. gardener will obtain by judicious care, Good water should lie free from colo., will amply repay whatever extra attenunpleasant odor and taste, and should tion )K bestowed. Tho best method of quickly afford a lather with u small growing these hardy chrysanthemums in starting n new plant is to take a portion of soap. i For washing windows put n few drop newly rooted outting and plant it out the border of ammonia on a of paper, and it In good where it is desired to flower. soil the Krowth will be rapid, will readily take off every spot or finger and tho only attention that will bo mar!: on the glass. needed will t:u tho continual piuohiug A New England gentleman claims growing tips up to about the that shingles laid in whitewash wii ont of tho August. middlo cf hist twice ah iorg n? if they had not been treated with the lime. Ilrlmjluj: Fruit TrccH Into Ccivrlnpr. To render large pieces of wood pliaFruit trees of any kind frequently ble, bury them in sawdust, and pour grow with great luxuriance In this boiling water upon the same. A long, they aro usnnlly unfruitful. No treo narrow box is best for this purpose. commences to flower and fruit until its When the face of a hammer becomes vegotntiro osuuoraucc has hieu somo-whuneven, so that it is difficult to drive a checked. Those who understand nail true with it. put the face to a grind- tho arc of fecit eultnro thoroughly ocu stone nwhile and the defect will be over-coi- bring these wayward trees into a straighter lino of dnty by root pruning To remedy a wet cellar already built, them. It is effected by digging n trench sink a channel near! y a foot deep en- around the treo and then filling it up tirely around, close to fhe wall, and lay with tho earth that has bceu thrown a course of drain tiles in the bottom, out. This catting off tho cud a of tho which will cut off ail water veins, and rcots causes check to the extreme vigor, thus render the cellar quite dry. and tho rcsalt is tho production cf flowSometimes it is ncecessnry to paper ers instead of branches. The distaucu over sheets of tin. In that event add from tbo trunk that tho trench sbonld old sugar or molasses iu large propor- ho dug will, of coarse, depend upon thu tion to the paste. It wifl be found gen- ugs nnd sieo of tho tree, m ulro its ratio of luxuriance. The aim should be to li ir erally effectual. Western Plowman. of it so as to cut off about Stone ll:nkItK for Ilnrim. roots. Tho pear, as weil as other fruit In bnv.king up against the walls of trce, is particularly benefited by root basement barn;, unci especially in build- pruning. In recommending this operr ing up a passageway to the entrance, tion, us described, Median's Monthly there is always strong temptation to euys it can hu carried out at any timo use stones piled in loosely as a basis, during the fall or winter seneon. where stones arc over plentiful on th? farm. Yet this usually proves a misCure of House tlxntn. take. Hats will invariably effect Among addresses bo tore tho Ontario o iodgetuentnmong such stones, and they Frait Growers' association Mr. W. will in time work through into the barn of Loudon gave n practical one basement. Pcoides, rains will w.ishdiri upou tho "Care of Home Plants." As among the stones, and it will require reported in Americau Gardeniug, iio eons: tsi nt attention every year to keep said that the living room, with' its hot, the passage way so thut loaded wagons dry atmosphere, was death to flowers can be drhen over it. Whera gas yas burned tho effect was tho dropping of tho blooms. (Jas will not Farm Uor.se. There is .1 large c'ifference in the hurt palms so mncb, bat they must amount of work done in a j'enr by a havo lots of light, air and water. In his fast walking horse and one that is slow. opinion the injudicious use of commerIf a team travels 20 miles a day. and an- cial fertilizers was the cause of great other team goes 23 miles in the same loss in house plants. Some people havo time, it makes a difference of 1,500 miles 1111 extraordinary idea that caster oil is for 300 working days in a year. When beneficial to some plmita. On the conplowing or cultivating a large llrld a trary, tho practice is injurious "and irteam will travel from 15 to 20 milrs a rational. When nitrogenone fertilizers day. and the difference of .1 mile or two aro needed, apply iu growing season. which influence the coloris an important item dnring the bury ing of plants, should be mixed in tha season. Thpre is room for a soil htfuro use. breed nf horses oue-thir- d je'bibtl legs about to be onorotupdu ia drawn out under conditions fenJfety to tho operator, and then Tho owner holds tho knltflr and kcepn at a very respectful distance from the month of his Noodlcss to remark, shooing horaos.of this kind is a very expeusivo matter. Unmount! Iloraeji. Tboro is a saying that out of 100 horses examined for soundness ouly 05 per cent will provo perfectly frco from some dofeot and tho remaining flvo will bo found tho worst animals in tho wholo lot Tho viow may appour pessimistic. At tho samo timo a porfectly sound horao at all points is singularly rare, especially if wo include vieo and pernicious habits ns rendering a horse unsound. Tho ordinary definition of unsoundness is "tho oxisteuco of disease or alteration of struoturo which docs or will impair tho ho'.so's natural useful-nose.- " Tboro aro many slight defects und alteration? of structuro which do, not interfere with a horso's usefulness for the practical work ho is required to ptarni. If tho horso is workabiy sound, there is no reason why ho should bo Qontiomncd by tho intending purchaser, for few horses aro more than this,, according to general experience-- . If now wo add to perfect soundness an almost fault loss conformation, nnd fnsbiomiblo action, thu difficulty of securing &u ideal liorso is increased tenfold. No wonder that good horsos, notwithstanding slight reolizo high prices. London Livo Stock Journal. of trouble-suniasteod. freo-diiimper-foetious, butter"1 picked up bjtspctrriers nun iiDcusiers at country stores wuere it has been taken in trado. Oniy the poorest staff tho country racrohant has ou baud is bought, and this is dumped in 0110 indiscriminate mass into dirty barrels and tabs that havo ndt been washed siuco they left tho cooper's shop. A smell of the contents of ouo of these barrels is equal to a visit to a rendering establishment. Tim mass of ill smelling grease is brought to Kansas City and washed, churned and mixed with stale buttermilk. Then it is washed again and coloring mntter added to give it the tint of puro creamery butter, molded into fancy shapes, covered with parafllu paper and placed on the market as n high grade of the creamery product. Enough water is left in it to mako it weigh a third moro than would puro butter. Immature Chccnc. J. II. Scott of Canada, iu a recent paper npon "Immature Cheese," specified i Unni-mag- rnsl-WnlUl- 11 ...... ' Sloan, tnc ifiiiKtci JLllloH In Jttmmry. Knster lilies growing rupidly will show tho noed of moru nourishment to develop their flowers properly. If not already dene, they should receive a top dressing of rich compost, which will aid thu surface roots, remarks The Rural New Yorker. 8ouie of the profes-tiongrowers have been trying the effect of moving Easter lilies into Inrger pot when they havo filled the first pot with rcots, this boing done in the beginning of .lannn'Vy. (Jowl results nro being reported from this. Green fly must ho watched for. It is one of thu worst enemies of 'tUoso lilies. . . the boxiug of green cheeses and shipping them when only a fuw days old as most detrimental to tho credit of the products of tho province. He considered thut moro cheese was spoiled by poor curing rooms than from any other cause. Ho denounced tho poorly constructed sheds and buildings so often in uso as only fit to storo wood or rubbish. Tho trado would bo helped by all cheeso in spring an 3 autumn being held at least 25 or 30 days and in hot weather 15 to 20 days. Tho curing rooms should allow tiio cheesemaker to regulate tho temperature from 00 to 70 and to without causing a draft. Tho need in uniformity iu size of cheeso aud of hottor boxes for shipping was urged. Sevcnty-iivpounds was recommended ItaviiRco of Yl'olvcn In the West. The stockmen of tho ranges of west- as a standard izo. Old stylo hoops nnd ern Colorado nnd other remote frontiers presses snould bo given up, the upright ostiniato that each wolf during tho year hoop and press adopted nnd more attenwill i() 100 worth of damage to a herd tion bo paid to stylo aud finish. of cattlo. When the numbers of that How to. Tell OIconiarKarlne. devouring beast aro cousidorcd, tbo Tho Kansas Agricultural collegd dairy amount of destruction it is capable of becomes quite apparent, justifying tho has beon experimenting with ether as a observations of tho Luramio Kcpnblican means of distinguishing between butter iuug unlets somo memuu is uuuptcu ior and oleomargarine Tako a very small its ix tormina tion tho stockmen of tbo pieco nf butter and oleomargarine, Blaok Hills region will havo cither to about tho sizo of n pi head, aud place move or go ont of business. This year in sopnrato spots on a clean piece of tho howling of tho wolves is unusually glass. A drop of ether placed on tho threatening along all the ranges from butter will assume a wavy but someNorth Dukotn to Now Mexico and Tex- what regular outline, whilo a drop as. Old cattlemen aro of the opinion placed on tho dleomargariuo will have that the best way to exterminate them a rnggod outlino very much liko the of a cogwheel with tho cogs is by couuorted action on tho part of tho states aud every separate county, shurponed to a point. Livo Stcck. including tho offer of a bounty for wolf Good I'nr 3Iluneiiotat sculps large ouocgh to mako hunting It is slnimcd thnt tho best managed thenr a profitable business. Ten dollars, in thja opiuiou of those capablo jndges, dairies iu Minnesota havo reduced tho is ahSut the right fignre, to be paid in cost of manufacturing a pound of butler to 1.2S cents. Tho prevailing prico cash, und not in long timo warrants. in other states is about 3 cents. 'my Slow- - UlncnliiK: CIivcmc. Wool. Tho anxiety of cheesuiuakers to have A New Mexico correspondent of Tho Auiuxicun Sheep Bleeder tniys thero is their cheese como early into market inno longer any reason for discriminating duces thoni to mako a soft, porous cheese ngahjat New Moxicnnwool: "The old into whioh air easily enters and which Mexican sheep aro nearly extinct, full consequently ripens early. But cheeso shearing has boon abuudoued, aud most thus mado cannot bo kept for a loug of fjb siieep men have improved thoir timo without having its qunlity much llaok--f by skillful crossbreeding until deteriorated. If a larger proportion of theiif fleeces aro quite equal iu quality cheese was pressed thoroughly so as to aud condition to tho best of the range havo n firmor toxture, it would keop unfleeeis fnrthor north aud east. Correct til times when there is little good cheese uraocty hns mado tho improved flocks in market and higher prices could bo 1th of which tho old obtained for it. But tho firm cheeso baa uutivo scrub flocks so much loss moisturo than tho porous cheese that tho price does not pay the uevcf . maker. Boston Cultivator. ven-tilnto j 11 1 i ' - ,r )::- r;.-- sy. iffi""""