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EVKEY WEEK BYl JCOUIS Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ( OKB YJAB, ih advakc niire ( hit mohthi. " (Thbcb " " .25 FRIDAY, January. 28, 1898. The Jessamine county member of the legislature introduced a bill to prohibit tol'.gate keepers from keeping a dotr. If the Jessamine solon wants to be on the winning side, he should have made his law to prevent anyone from keeping a tollgate. Public building bills introduced in Congress at this session call for appro' priations aggregating 530,000,000. It is a pet scheme of congressmen to get bills through for erecting buildings in their district, and thereby gain a few votes. Congressmen understand each other, they are all there for the same purpose, and when one wants a bill passed the "sign" is given and it goes through like soft soap through greased tin horn. The public build ing law is almost as badly abused as the pension laws, though no kicks are ever heard coming against it. The appointment of a surveyor of the port at Louisville seems to have hung fire. Ex-JIayor Todd, of Louis' v.lle, is in Washington and some think he went to make a fight for the place, thinking that he might be named as a compromise between Deboe's candid ate, Harnett, and Uradley's man Col licr. Todd says he is not a candidate and does not intend to be, or make an' fight. If, however, the President should decide to offer the place to him he would crladly accept it. Senator Deboe says there will be no comprom ise. as far as he is concerned. He is friendly to Todd, but he is committed to Harnett, and will be for him first, last and for all the time. What a poll tician says though does not amount to a hill of beans. Every candidate for the place is hustling and the disposi tion of the plum has doubtless caused Mr. McKinley to scratch his pate many times. Rev. E. L. Stoddabd, D. D., rector of St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church, of Jersey City, one of the most fashionable churches in that city, has set the church people on their p's and q's by organizing a dancing class which is to meet in the church edifice once week, and which is composed of mem bers of his Bible class. The first danc ing class was held last week. The innovation will unquestionably raise a great storm of protests from ortho dox church circles. This man of cloth says if the members of his church want to dance, or play cards, or do any of those other frivolous things which are generally frowned upon from the pul pit, they are at perfect liberty to in dulge their taste in that direction, and the church edifice is at their disposal. Regular weekly dances are to be given in the church, the clerical old cuss puts on a crackertail coat and cuts the pigeon wing with as much grace as any of the boys. By the time the long faced old sisters get through with "Bra" Stoddard he will not have as much skin left on him as there goods in the average ball dress. For the first time since the msur rection broke out in Cuba three years ago, the United States Government is represented in the harbor of Havana by a warship. At a special meeting at the White House Monday morning be tween the president, Secretary Long, Assistant Secretary Day, Attorney General McEenna and General Miles, it was decided to send the excellent battleship Main to the seat of war. The Navy Department insists that no significance is to be attached to the order, which it describes as merely resumption of the policy, recently in terrupted, of having war vessels call occasionaly at that port. It was an nounced that Consul General Lee had not asked for a war ship and that Spanish Minister De Lome was fully advised as to the nature of the orders for the movement of the Maine. De spite these pacific assurances, the gen eral opinion at Washington is that Lee has called for a war ship and that the Maine goes to Havana for the protec tion of American interests. We try to prevent having such an opinion, bat the presentiment will come that this grand country is itch ing, so to speak, for a war and that we will finally succeed in getting into one. In other words, Uncle Sam has a chip on his shoulder and by continually daring, some one to knock it off, the right party will finally be found. We believe the United States can whip any other nation on the globe, and are confident that many of the high offi cials think the same way, but the simple fact that we can lick 'em is no reason why we should. There is al ways a way to avoid trouble if one wants to avoid it and in these blessed days of peace all differences can be amicably settled if those interested only desire that it be done that way. Young WIve, Do Likewise. He criticised her pudding, and he didn't like her cake; he wished she'd make the biscuits his mother used to make; she didn't wash the dithes,. and she didn't make a stew, and she didn't mend his stockings as his mother used to da Oh! well, she wasn't perfect, bat jthe tried, to do her best, until she thought the time had come for her to have a rest. So, when, one day, he growled, and whined the whole day through, she turned him up and "faaaed his pants" as mother used to da Ex. MjjtfNUMAN TEA cues Dptpep W9mt wdz, Constipation and Indi feeties. Begulateetae Liver. Price, 25 eta. BUCKEYE. After a long silence, Buckoy comes to the front again, this tiino tnrougn the feeble efforts of a brand-new cor respondent; ou:j who has never at tempted to fill tjie position of a news paper correspondent. I presume it is the first duty of a correspandent to give the news, so I begin to wonder if it will be possible lor ma io get up u weekly list of news from tins place, notwithstanding Buckeye is a thriving little village The Stone mail faile 1 to reach us Saturday on account of high water. Wolford Rayney and family have moved to the house owned by Chas. Baker, known as the Alex Ray prop erty. Quite a number of our citizens atten ded Lancaster court Monday. Several parties bought stock bat I failed to learn prices. John Dickerson and family have movod to Sirs. frgan's property. The toll gate house is now vacant .and is for sale or rent. Miss Hattie Jones has returned from a visit to her cousin, Mrs J. W. Isr rin, of Stanford. Miss Georgia Hun ter, of Nicholasville, is visiting Miss Sallie JJ. Ray. We deeply S3mpathize with Miss (ieorgia in the loss of her mother, who diod recently. H- V. Brown returned home Sunday from a business trip to Burgin. Mr. Maniford and wife, of Swallowfield, ICy., were visiting relatives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hero4 Ray went to Lexing ton last week. While there, Mrs. Ray had 10 teeth exlracteJ. Some of the young folks of this place spent Sunday at Marksbury and were pleasantly en tertained by Miss Lillie Sutton. Hen ry Raj, of Illinois, after spending three weeks with his parents, left Monday for Danville, Ind., where he will enter college. Mr. Curd, of Bur gin, visited one of our young ladies Sunday. The weather nor the dis tance didn't seQra to effect him. He knows it's a true savinfr, "A faint heart never one fair lady." We are anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no pleas' anter or better way to do it than by recommending One Minute Couh Cure as a preventive of pneumonia- consumption and other seriou slun troubles that follow neglected colds. Stormes' Drug Storo. lm MARKSBURY. Mrs. Wm. Parks has been suffering with La Grippe. George Durham sold to W, P. Tuggle 7 shoats at 2 l-2c per pound. J. C. Boner sold to J. T. Cecil acres of unimproved land for S35 per acre. Messrs. Cecil and Pollard sold their store and property to Mr. Nelson Bo gie for S2.250. They will give posses sion the first of March. Last Friday afternoon while Mr. Chas. Burdelte was haltering a calf it became unruly, threw up it's head striking him in the face inflicting a painful wound but it has proved to be nothing serious. Mr. Richard Hackley visited Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Naylor last week. Char lie Durham has returned home after spending several weeks in Pineville. Mr. Ebb Dickerson and Miss Sallie 15 Ray, of Buckeye, Mr. Alec Walker, of McCreary and. Miss Georgia Hunter, of Nicholasville, were the guests of Miss Lillie Sutton Sunday. There are three little things which do more work than any other three little things created they are the ant the bee and DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the last being the famous little pills for stomach and liver troubles Stormes' Drug Store. lm ML HEBRON Miss Bessie Doty spent last week with the family of Mr. Denny Scott. We had a very hard rain and storm Saturday and Saturday night, doing some damage. Rev. J. I. Willis was again in his pulpit at this place Sunday, and deliv ered an excellent discourse. Miss A. E. Scott, who is teaching a select school at Teatersville, visited her parents at this place Sunday. Miss Susie Chilton, of Lexington, is the charming guest of Mrs. W. D. Scott Mr. W. D. Scott made a bus iness trip to Lexington this week. H. T. Ray, of Buckeye, was in our midst Sunday. Mr. Calvin Huffman and sister were the guests of Mrs. Tiny Cheatham Sunday. An exchange says a little girl named Mary went to a boarding school and soon dropped a letter from her name making it May. Last year she mar ried and still another was clipped. Sheis Ma now. PREACHERSVILLE. J. L. Hutchings bought a mare from Jna Lovell for $37.59. Your correspondent is sick this week thus this short letter. Miss Maggie Sutton opeued a select school at this place last Monday. Jones Anderson and J. F. Holtzclaw rented the entire S. W. Harber farm for $38L The mail failed to be carried from and to Preachersville Saturday on ac count of high water. Miss Maggie Hollie, of Hanging Fork and Miss Lulie Lay, of Lower Garrard were guests of Miss Katie Payne Sat urday. Mrs. Jas. Payne and sister, Miss Katie, visited at Rowland Sunday. Don't annoy others by your cough ing, and riik your life by neglecting a cold. One minute Cough cure cures coughs, colds, croup, grippe and all throat and long troubles. . Stormes Drug Store. lm Mia Is a deep"-sentcd blood disease which all the mineral mixtures iu the world cannot cure. S.S.S. (guaranteed purely vegetable ) is a real blood remedy for blood diseases and has no equal. Mrs. Y. T. Buck, of Dclancy, Arl:, had Scrofula for twcniy-fivc years and most of the time was under the care of the doctors who could cot relieve her. A specialist said he could cure her, but he filled her with arsenic and potash V? 17 her constitution. She V r ,ien tok nearly Sf medicine and drank Sftillli them by the wholesale, ''is?-' rfuer irouuie. oorac a ati -y -Ws ,i:o,i i&JJF one advised her to try ' b.b.b. and sue very soon lound mat sue uau a reai oioou remedy at last. She says: "After tak ing one dozen bottles of S.S.S. I am perfectly well, my skin is clear and healthy and I would not be in my ionner coimiuoii ior wo iuuusu.nu dollars. Instead of drying up the poison iu my system, like the potash and arsenic, S.S.S. drove the disease out through the skin, and I was perma nently rid of it." A Real Blood Remedy S.S.S. never fails to cure Scrofula, Eczema, Rheumatism Contagious Blood Poison, or auy disorder of the blood. Do not rely upon a simple tonic to cure a deep-seated blood disease, but take a real blood remedy. Our books free upon appli cation. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. Mccreary, The Misses Nave entertained Friday at their beautiful home on Long Branc Mrs, Mary L. Swopc closed her school Friday afternoon, which was delayed last fall by sickness. Miss Bertha BurnsiJe, o Lancaster was the guest of Mrs. A. F. Mobcrlv from Friday to Monday. Miss Bettie Severance, of Crab Or chard, has returned home after spend ing several weeks with her cousin Miss Irene Simpson. Messrs. Libert Dickerson and J. A. Walker and Misses Sallie B. Ray and Georgia Hunter visited Miss Lillie Sut ton at Marksbury Sundajr. A cyclone struck this place Saturday night, unroofing barns, blowing down irun xrees, ana ine uig rains raising the waters, destroying fencing and doing considerable damage for the farmers. A thrill of terror is experienced when a brassy cough of croup sounds through the house at night. But the terror soon changes to relief after One Minute Cough Cure has been adminis tered. Safe and harmless for children. Stormes' Drug Store. lm FLATWOOD. We have had some very hard, wash ing rains and the mud roads are al most impassable. The members of Good Hope church are anticipating holding a protracted meeting, begining Feb. 15th. mere have been so many weddings in this vicinity that houses to rent arc in great demand and rent is much higher. Mr. W. D. Goochs' child, who has been very sick with pneumeiia, is bet tor at this writing. Mr. Eph. Ham mack is also convalesent. Mr. Lindsey Beaumons, of Fairland, Ind., visited his sister, Mrs. Linda Mu phy, a few days since. He has gone to Marksbury to visit other relatives Children and adults tortured by burns, scalds, injuries, eczema or skin diseases may secure instant relief by using Ue Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is the great Pile remedy. Stormes' Drug Store. im Success In "Striking" Titles. The value of a striking title to an article or story is understood by no American periodical so well as The Ladies' Home Journal, wri tes a New York correspondent. It has made its titles famous by their uniqueness. Its "Side-Talks With Girls." "Heart to Heart Talks" and "Unknown Wives of Weil-Known Men" have been ridiculed and paraphrased from one end of the country to the other. But it has all been grist for the Philadelphia period ical. Just now the title of "The In ner Experiences of a Cabinet Mem ber's Wife" is attracting attention. Julia Magruder's new love-story is given the title of "A Heaven-Kissing Hill" taken from Shakespeare, really, but who but the Journal would have thought of it? Marion Crawford's new story is called "The Dead Smile"' a title good enough to sell any story. "The Men I Never Married" is tacked to a new series. "The Man Under Ihirty-five" made the reputation o: Lilian Bell in this magazine. "My Literary Passions," under which Mr. Howells wrote in the Journal, served at once to attract attention. Julian Hawthorne sends a strong story to the magazine, but with a poor title. It is immediately rechristened "There are no Wolves in Ireland." Yet each title adopted by this clever magazine fits the story and is really the best caption for it. "A Minister of the World" started that story on its success. "Mr. Beecher as I Knew Him" was an ini mitable title for Mrs. Beecher's mem oirs, of her husband. "The Gentle man Who is Going to Die" is the cap tion for a forthcoming story by Clara Morris. Talk about cleverness in titles, what magazine is such a past master in the art as is The Ladies' Home Journal? And a newspaper man knows how difficult this art of title-making is. But nothing is so valuable in attracting the eye of the I public. j RrB, "McROBERTS, DRUGGIST, Lancaster, :I: Kentucky. OfJLY Tn PUREST DRUGS AND USED IN How to Find Out. Fill a bottle or common glass with urints and lot it stand twenty-four hours a sediment or settling indicates an unhealthy condition of the kidneys. When urine stains linen it is evidence of kidney trouble. Too frequent de sire to urinate or pain in the back, is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order. WHAT TO DO. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy' fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary pacsages. It. corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it, or bad ef fects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urin ate. The mild and extraordinary ef fect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It standg the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best, hold by druggists, price fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent iree oy man. lUention ukntrai. kkc oui), ind send your address to Dr. Kit mer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y. The proprietors of this paper guarantees the genuineness of this offer. (3) WALLACETON. isirn. to tnc wire ot .las. uuinn, on the 14th inst., a daughter. .Timmio ylie, who has boen very bick with pneumonia, is growing bet ter. Mr. Forga Caldwell, of Jackson county, is visiting friends how this week. j.nc wile oi .nr. Isaac uuinn is very sick with pneumonia and seems to be growing worse. "Grandmother" Wylie, who is in the SCth year of her age is very low with sciatic, and her recovery is regarded as doubtful. The wife of Frank Wylie died of pneumonia on the 14th inst. She leaves a husband and two 'small chil drcn who have the sympathy of the entire community. uur neignuornoou was visited on Saturday night by a considerable storm that had tilings pretty much Its own 'ay. The most serious damage re ported so far was blowing down straw rick on some hogs and cattle be longing to George A. Ballard, killing one valuable steer and seriously wounding another. Several persons narrowly escaped being seriously hurt a-. Boain's mill a few days ago. A. short time before, Mr. Boain had mixed into a stiff mor tar about half a barrel of cement and placed it on the top of the mill-stone to give it greater weight. After he thought it had become sufficiently hardened he resumed grinding and, when under full head-way, the cement broke loose and was hurlo.l in great pieces in all directions, causing those present to floe for refuge to any place that would hide o'ne from the danger. Thomas Kinnard, the miller, was the only one who did not run and, al though he was pelted on the arms and body in a manner more lively than pleasant, he stood at his post with all tne nrmness of a htonewall Jackson. and was not seriously hurt As3igiiD33 Notice to Creditors. The creditors of Willis B. Adams will take notice that I will be at the ofll;e of It. H. Tomlinson's in Lancaster, Ky.. on Saturday, of each week for the next four weeks to re ceive claims against the estate .of Willis B. Adams. Jau.5th, 1S93. 8ALLTE A. LEAVKLL, Assignee of Willis B. Adams. LAND FOB SALE. I desire to sell privately part of my farm on Dix River, about Z miles from Joel Walkei bridge. The tract contains from CO to "0 acres to suit purchaser, all lies in one boundary. excellent land, well fenced and plenty of water. Easy Terms. Jan. 28, '98. JERRY P, BLAND. c HESAPEAKE & OHIO - RY. DIRECT LINE TO White SnlDinr Spina Oil Point Wort, Newport News, Baltimore, New York City. EAST BOUND. Leave Lexington, . i.ll:25 a. m. and 8 :50 r. m, .U58A.M. " 9:23 p.m. Winchester. 6:.')0 A. M 3:40 p, Philadelphia ..10:15 a. m. New York 12;40 A.M. Boston 8:00 p.m. 7:05 P. M. 98 P.M. 7 :15 p. m. WZST BOUND. Lv Winchester? :30 A. M. 4:45 P. M. and 3:00 P. M Ar v Lexineton8 :00 a. m.,5:I5 p. m. and 3:45 p. m Arv Frankfort 9 :10 A. M., 6;13 P. M. Arv Shelby vllle 10:01 a. m.. 7:00 p. m. Arv Louisville 11:00 A. M.. 8:00 p. M. 'lhrough sleepers between Louisville, Lex ington and New York without change. r or rates or iniormation write to G. W. BARNEY,. Dir. Pass. Agent, Lexington, Ky- MEDICINES PRESCRIPTIONS. Starvation In Cuba. Secretary Sherman has issued his third appeal to the American public in behalf of the starving Cubans and again calls attention to the urgent necessity for immediate relief, as fol lows; To the Public: "luc unuersnjned. Secretary of State of the United States, hud the nonor, on tne '4tn oi December, to make known to all cnaritablv dis posed people of this eounrry the ap peal ui uie rresiuenL ior aid, in the lurin ot money or supplies, toward the speedy relief of the distressing desti tution and sitilonng which exists among thu people of Cuba. 'The gratifying interest which his countrymen have shown in all parts oi our uinii in mai numane appeal Iius led tho President to recognize the noed of orderly an.i concerted effort, under well directed control, if timely assist ance is to be given by tho public to tho sick and need3 in Cuba. 'The Consul-General at Havana is assured o the effective co-operation of every available agency in the island of uuoa in order that life may be saved and suffering spared. The Spanish Government, welcoming the aid thus tendered, will facilitate the work- and to that end will admit into Cuba, free of duties and charges, all articles, umerwise nauie io tax, wnenduly con signed to tho Consul-General. '"liy direction of the Pre&idont the undersigned appeals to tho weoole in every city and town, to tho municipal authorities thereof, and the Inl boards of trado and transportation, to corporations and others producing the n.ecossitles of life, and to all whose hearts are open to the cry of distress and am.ction. to tho second generous effort now being mado, and by well- uircuiuu eniieavor maico its success truly responsive to the sentiments of charity that have ever characterized the American people. "Jons Siiermajt, Secretary of State." The Governor of Kentucky has like wise made an appeal of the same na ture and has appointed XV. G. Colde wcy, of" Louisville, Ky., as Chairman of the Relief Committee for Kentucky, to whom funds or supplies may be sent, properly marked "Cuban Relief Fund." Such funds or supplies will be promptly forwarded to the Central Relief Committee at New York, and through such Committee bo properly distributed where most needed throughout the island of Cuba, and to which end the transportation compa nies have offered their facilities free and the Spanish and Cuban govern raents will lend every aid. R. KINNAIRO'S Insurance Agency Representing Over - 57,000,000 - In the following Fire Insurance Companies Etna of Hartford. (Jiteen of America. National of Hartfort. Plieuix of Brooklyn. Hartford of Hartford. Manchester of England. Connecticut of Hartford. Noilh British and Mcrchantile. German American of New York. Liverpool and London and Globe. I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance COMPANY. ORGANIZED 1883. mm NATIONAL BANK, U OF LANOASTEB. JT. Capital Surplus Fund $100,000 15,000 BUSINESS SOLICITED. Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed J. M. HiesiNBOTHAX Presiden Lbwis Y. Lxavzll Vlce-Presidem B. F. Hudson Castaiei W. 0. Rionkt Assistant Cash'r, C. D. Walkkb BooUceepe-. DIBECTORS: J.M.HlGOINBOTHAJf, J.S.Johnson, H. C. Abnold, Jr. 1LXX.GIBB8, LlWIS Y. LKAVKLL, T.M. Abnold, B. F. Hudson. J. J.Walkxh Jacob Y. Bobineon. Market Quotation. Corrected weekly by H. B. North- cott Egss dnll, 13 and 14c Chickens to 5c Hens f 4 to 4Jc Young Rbosters 3 to 3$c Old Roosters 2c Turkeys Cto6c Old Gobblers 5 to 5c Ducks 5c Geese $3.00 to fl.OO per doz. Hides, Green , 6 to 6c Butter 10c Feathers, fine white geese 28 to 29c " " gray' " 25 to 27c Duck feathers' '. 20 to 21c Rags ; 15 to 20c per hundred. Iron ,.. 8 to 15c Bones 20 to 2oc Calves, veal $2.50 to $5.50 per head. The entertainment of Gov. 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