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VOLUME VIII. Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky as eeond Class Matter. WMBZR 4-
P0Bgigg8p . ' LANCASTER, KY., IV ID AY, FEBRUARY, 18. 1698. . Tr BURGLARS Cannot get through your doors if you will put on our substantial locks. Neither can they Force Open "Windows if the latter are supplied with our excellent Sash Locks. They may succeed in Tearing Awayi the lioof, but will not do so if you put on our substantial tin shingles. They will not Steal Tinware & Cooking Utensils as we sell these articles so cheap they will do better to buy them. If you want to Make it Hot For Them buy one of our handsome and dur able stoves. We sell 'em cheap and guarantee satisfaction. We keep everything in the hardware line. Uc On The Sale Side by getting our prices before pur chasing elsewhere. J. R. HASELDEN. Col. W.G. Welch. Stanford. W. I. Williams. Lancaster. & Attorneys at- Law, LANCASTER, KY. All business attended to promptly. Lamll if 1 BATTLE-SHIP. For the launching of the 15 ittle-shij "Kentuckj"' at Newport News, Va.. the Chesapeake and O.iio Railway wil make the following1 low round trij rates from r o'nts name '.: From Lexington Winchester, " Mt. Sterling I'arls " Frankfort " Kleliinuiitl 1-auenster ' Stanford .$12.00 . 12.00 . 12.UI . 12.00 . 12.". . 12.2T. . lli.CO . i::.2" and correspondingly low rates ironi all other Ccatral Kentucky points. Reduced Hotel Rates. Reduced rates have been made ai the Hotels at Newport News and a Old Point Comfort, which is only a few miles distance and connected by Elec tric Car service. No other trip ever offered as many SOUL STIKLNG EVENTS as does this one. People from Inland Kentucky have the rare opportunity of witnessing c.omb'ned A: my and Navy life at the most historic .spot in the United States. THINK OF IT! The landing place of the Jamestown seitivrs, uie I'ocouonias anu lapt. John Smith incident, Cornwallis sur rending his Hritish forces, the battle of the Monitor and Merrimae, and last, but in the tame class, the launching- of the Most Powerful Battle Ship of cur Navj, and it w 11 be calkd Kentucky" Think of it! As soon as the date of Launching is settled on, it will be given wide pub licity in the papers. MAKE YOUR PLANS. Through sleepers will run from Lex ington. For detail information write or call on any agent, or GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. P. A., LEXINGTON, ICY. Call at my store and we will ex plain how to Get One of these Boasters Free! Bring us your . . . . . . Butter and Eggs. Will make you happy, If you trade with us. LANGDON'S BREAD DAILY. Groceries, Cbeap for Cash. Fresh Oysters from Baltimore . H. M. BALLOU- i IN AND ABOUT Veal c .Ives wanted! IJatler Fox. Typewriter letter heads at this office. Towels and. Qucensware at cost at & T. Evans S. T. Evans will have Armours cold storage beef Friday. y Fancy home-grown .hemp seed for sale at (.!. S Gaines' 1 li3 receipts at the Old Maids Con vention amounted to 140. For sale. Corn, by bushel, hay by bale. II. 15. Northcott. tf Orchard, clover, timothy, blue grass and all kinds of seed oats at Gaines.' Wanted, Veal Calves. Will go to country and buy. H. 15. Northcott,.' Wanted, car load of Iron, Hones and, Rjl's. H. 15. Northcott. Cheapest house on earth. S. T. Ev ans. Call and try him. Richmond street. J. A. Rer.zley Sc Co., headquarters for furniture carpet?, mattings, wall piper and window-shades. The electric lights in the Court House worked to perfection Monday night. Murdered Jit Mareellua. The expense account of farmers, by grinding plow points at C. K Poindex ter's. nov-23-tf. Have your old clothes cleaned and pr 'ssed up for Spring. Prlc;s reason able. Geo. Exti.nk. S.iop over Logan & Robinson's store. Lost, between here and Dinville o- Wednesday, a bundle, wrappsd in a newspaper. 1-inder will be liberally rewarded by returning same to thi o lice. The Land, dr. s .ed as old maids, p- -raded the streets Monday after.ioon in a large wagon, advertising the Con vention. It drew out as big a crowr. as the ayerare circus parad?. J. A. Reazlcy & Co., will reci ive their line o. U dertaktrs Goods uex we k. and will keep constantly on hnad everything to ba found in a first clasts ablislinient. P.-ompt attention insired. tf You Mimt Sign. If the pa-ties who sent in a commu nication on "Disgraceful eouddet on Rattle Row" will give us their n: m.'s, we will p:int the atticle. Unsigned articles cann t go. The names are not wantid io publication. New Goods. I have added to the old stock, a new line of seasonable goods which I will sell lew for cash. Call and see me at the old stand. 2-4 J. C. Robinson. Taken upas Kutray. Rid sow, without any mark, weight aboat 3)0 lbs. Came to my house last of January. Owner can have same by paying cost and proving propert'. Feb. ISth. J. L. WoitXEit, Lancaster, Ky. Wall l'aner. I have secured the agency for a lead in? manufacturer aad have samples o! an clrgint line of Wall Paper, and will be glad to order any amount par ties may desire. Call at my residence and get prices. tf Mrs F. L. Austin. l'rttf. I!e:i Evans. IVof I5cn Evans is teaching a sub scription school at Sallie's school Ilouie in Madison Co., these cold win ter days and has a very good atten dance. Ren &ays that since he has been teaching in the mountains the Ch.'l liea in the "ltlue Grass Belt ' have got to simrt for him. It is said by knowing ones that a pofu'ar Iloyle county farmer will soon lead to thi hymen'al alter one of Gar rard most beautiful and accomplish ed young la lies. We are a raid to give the names, as the 15cyle man has two many rivals wh are not yet aware o the coming nuptials and who are still pressing their c'aims. Lookout Clay. "The best snake story since that of Garden of Eden comes from California. A man once sived the life of a ratll- that evinced the liveliest kind of grat itude, and finally took up its abode in his cabin. One night he heard a com motion on the ground floor. lie ran down aad f jund the rattle-snake hold ing a burglar in its coils, with its tail out of the window rattling for a po- licemm. E Wc Have Proof. Dr. Sam LurnsiJe, of 1 exas, has baen writing soma pretty windy talcs to Lancaster friends about hunting. Last wesk he sent Thk Record a pictu:e o! several "strings" of q laiL There c ;n b' ea-ily counle I fc75 b'.rJs and there are dojbtlcss more which are not distinct. 'J hese were all kille I in one days hunt and if you don't be'isve it the oictnre is oi exhibition in The Record Office. LANCASTER. ! Fresh 03"sters for sale at Northcott'f.- 17 1-2 lbs granulated sagar for 1-00 UL IVHUS. S. T. Evans handles the N!g Spencer tobacco. Wanted, hens at 5c per pound. II. 15. Northcott. Y Eggs wanted. Will pay highest cash price. IS. Fox. f Wanted, T,'00 hens. Will pay 5c per pound th's week. IS. Fox. Wanted! furs, hides, tallow. See us before selling. II. 15. Northcott , . l$ay your goods from Evans on Rich mond street, opposite Mrs. Hardens. I Ueginning with Feb. 10th our terms will be cash. J. C. Thompson.. I will sell you package ci ifee at 10c. Sugar at cost, for cish. T. Currey. I have two silver mounted show c: sis for sale, one 9 fcet'and the other 10. J. G Thompson. Remember our terms on and a 'to.' F.b. 10th will be spot cash. ,1. C. Thompson1. Lieut Young No l.elter. Reports say Lieut. Lucien Young is. still quite ill in a hospital on the Mex ican coast. A dauj:h er of Lewis Yantis, colorec', esterday swore out a warrent against Leavell Sihoolr, the color d barber, charging him with seduction. . New Tailor Shop. Cleaning, pressing and rcpairii g promptly and neatly done b Geo. Extiue. Shop over Logan & Robin- on's store. Corn Wanted. If parties wishing to sell corn will bring it to me at once, I will buy same. W. Miller, Mgr. Pilgrimage Dis tillery. 1-7 Xo Toll-Gate News. Nothing new this week on the turn pike situation. The three roads pre viously mentioned still collect toll, hough there are no guards at th: rates. Capt. White Keller. The veteran typo, Capt White was ;ible to walk to the office Wednesday. He set a few "sticks" and said that dia him more good than a dose of med icine. For Sale or Kent. I will either sell or rent my resi- lence. It is in good repair and in a trood neiirhborhood. For particulars call on either W. II. Kinnaird or my self. Mary K. Weisiger. The electric light wires got ta; f'ed by the high wind Friday night and the iacandescents, or small lightc, could not b2 used. The streets were alM right though. The trouble was quick ly remedied S iturday. . 31. C. A. State Convention, Mays ville, Ky. Round trip rate from Junction City for this occasion via Queen & Crescent Ronte is 15.50. Tickets on sale Febru ary 17th, ISth. and 19th good to return the 22nd. Ask agents for particulars. Strayed From my pasture, on House place, about Dec. 15, one red yearling steer. weight about 553. Liberal reward for turn. Leave any information with T. 11 Walker. E. T. TKXCK. Ensign J. R. Breekinri Ige, of the United States vessel Cushing, was washel overboard and drowned. He was a nephew of Judge R. J. Breckin ridge, of Danville. Young Breckin rid,e was a class and roam-mate of County Attorney Letcher Owsley while the latter was a cadet at Annap olis. The excellent cut of Miss Bradley, used in last issue, was made by Mayer & S-dilich, the Louisville engravers. The cut was not ordered 'til lati and came in only a short time before we went to press. It was our intention to give a more extended write-up of the young lady, in addition to that of the W. C. T. U., but lack of time preven ted. Hollier Than Thou. 'Danville people," observes the Pcn- ciler in the Danville Advocate, ?Are, as a rule, jast a little bit better than any other people on the face of the earth. Oi this I am fir.nly convinced, for I have their own words for it." Il'j needless to say you "have their own wc rds for it." Everybody knows the average Danvilliau thinks himsel a little tin ancrel. and it is a stale chestnut to hear 'em bragging on themselves. But 'twill be a blanked cald-day in August "when anybody else can stomach sacli cas. ' Bitter than aiy other pecple." That's genuine, Danville corncobosity. They are so good over there that state malitia has to be kept o 1 guard to prevent Bar num's curiosity hunters from catching the whole lay out. Huj your tinware fr in S. T. Evanr. G. S. Gai ics is headquarters for all kind of see.'.s. S. T. Evans will have cold storage beef next Friday.'" 200,000 trlc't for sale. Pence, Stanford, Ky. Greening & We print t3pewritcr letter heads on excellent bond paper. The best two horse market at G. S. Gaines'. on th : IIa3' an i co -n always on hand at C, rus Easons, for retail. 1-28 4t Largest line Plow's and Plow gear. J. R. Ilaselden. Clover, oat"-, timothj-, bluegriss and orchard .grass always on hand at Gaines. l'lease Head. I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. Decorated art tissue paper for man tie, lambrequins, lamp shades et. These are all new. J. C. Thomi son. -' l'.oiirlxin Steam Laundry. Miss Olivia S veeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your orders at Sweeney's store. tf Njw book, the new otitic n of the bible with S00 illustrations. Biblical Master pieces, etc. Q io Vad s only 25c per copy. J. C. 'I hompson. Postmaster at Bryantsville.; A iWashii'gton dispatch says: Coi -grssstnan Davison has rccommsnded B.'n G. Mu'.lins for postmaster at Br, antsvillc, Ivy. New Knterprise. O. G. Speake has purchased a fine saw mill and will locate at Joel J. Walker's. Speake is a hustler and will sure make a success Save Me Your Laundry. I have agency for t le Troy Ster.m Laundry, with headquarters at Jo ieph's store. Will call for work, de liver it promptly and appreciate your kindness. Lksi.ik 11ki:dov. tf Straye I or Stolen. From my farm, Monday, Feb. 14, a -ed, dehorned cow about 7 years old. L'beral reward for return to Mks. Faxmk M Fakica, Lancaster, Ky. liall. Mrs. Charlotte Ball, sixty-f mr years old was a consistent member of the 15 iptist church suice si o .vas eighteen ears old. She 1 ved a true earnest christian li.'c until God, in His infinite .visdom called her home,fro this worlu to her home on hig'i, Feb. 2, 1SU3. Meeting at Presbyterian Church. So much interest has been awakened Rev. Henry Faulconer's m-etin g that it was decided to continue them through this week. The house is crowded every night and it is believed the services will result in much good. Thi boj s have a way of '"sacking' or "canning" every dog they can catch tn the street. It is lots of fun, but when the wronjr man's dog is caught some body will get into trouble. Some men will fight over a dog quicker than over one of their family. On To Louisville. The two darkies "Buggy Horse" and Geo. Wallace arrested for selling whisky on Battle Row, were taken from Mt. Vernon to Louisville for trial The case will come up this week. "Buggy Horse'' gave bond and cam back home. Joe Waters Shot. While hunting near his mother's in Boyle, Mr. Joe F. Wf.ters met with an accident that will lay him up for a Ions' time. His rifle dispharged as he was getting over a fence, the ball pas sing through his left foot and making an ugly and a very painful wound. He is still at his mother's, where his wife h is joined him Stanford Jour nal. Uniform Kank. The Uniform Rank, Knights of Py thias, is now baing reorganized in Lan caster and bids fair to make one of the largest and best divisions in the state. New officers will be elected and, we understand, G. Bright Swinebroad will be made captain. He would make a capital officer and take the interest required to keep up an organization of this kind. The division will attend the National Encampment to be held in Indianapolis next August and will probably take the Lancaster band along. Expert-Gardners. We overheard some gentlemen talk ing, or ratheV bragging, in Stormes' drug store about gardening. Billy Romans said he had made preparations to sow radishes and several other veg' etables. Jno. Stormes said he had al ready planted tomatoes, onions, pump kins and peas. Bob Kinnaird then said he had oaiots two feet high,peas coming up and corn in the ground, Ab)ut this time Maj. Jim Barnside, the oldest ani best garduer in Ken tucky came in and started to tell what he had, but the crowd scattered and skated home over the snow, ice an 1 frozen ground Aaaua CUBAN RELIEF cure? fldHlvlv ColiC' Nellra,8'aand Toothache and Summer Complaints. Price, 25 OMHB.. I K Three cakes soap for 5c. R. A. Stoned Little Elizabeth Collier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. 15. Collier has been quite sick with pneumonia but is rap idly improving. New Firm at Paint Liek. Misu-s. R. L. Jennings & Co., have purchased of the Lackey Bro's., their stock of goods at Paint Lick and will take possession in a short time. Mr. Jennings is a wide-awake hustling business man and will run things in up-to-date style. Old House ICurned. The house occupied by Jno. Yeakey on the Cook farm, near town, was de stroyed by fire Wednesday morning. This was the house in which a man named Wilmont killed his wife, moth er, two daughters and hanged himself. The Wilm int tragedy occurred about fifteen years ago; In Ins frenzy he cut tiie women's throats with an axe while they were in bd asleep. His two sons and ayoung lady visitor made their escape to the woods and wan dered about 'til day. For Coiigrcxs. Hon. J. Mort Rothwell told a Rkc okd man that it was his intention to make the race for congress in this dis trict next fall. He was asked if he e rjd a hot fight for the nomination and replied that he had sufficient pledges from leaders to make his nom ination su e. He said that no one would stand any showing who had ev er been the le ist bit weak-kneed on the money questim, and as the mr.j r ity knew him to have always been teeth and toe-nail for silver that fact was all he needed. He is confident that the next representative will be a iemoarat and is very sanguine of his succss. P.itllalo Koller.Mllls. Paint Lick, Ky. It cost money to advertise and we lo not advertise for fun or pastime, but mean bu-iness, strictly. We do believe that we are in shape to give .ou as good 11 mr lu exchange for your xvheat as can be made and as most all wheat that was raised in 1SU7 was rood it i a rai'J excepti in that we f;.il to .five our customers SI lbs. of our fault 1 -ss flour and 10 lbs. bran for everj' bushel of wheat. If you will try us with a wagon load of wheat we are sure you will come again. We are pre pared to exchange Hour every d iv ex cept Sand. iy. We guarantee our Hoar just like we do when we sell it. If it is not gool return it an I wo will satis fy yox Buax.vM & Rc iikku. Spriup; Announreiiient. I am receiving Spring and Summer am pies from four of the best Mer chant Tailoring houses in America. .nd I will continue to sell at lower irices and smaller profits than you can una elsewhere. Only the best quality of goods oircrtd No shodd-. Satisfaction, in every particular, or no pay. Warnamaker and Brown have the largest house and the largest trade the nation. Compare goo Is and prices and you will give me your order. On March 15th, 125 tickets will be placed in a box and each of my easte rners, who bought goods during the s.-ason just passed, can draw for the number, which will get the fine pair of pants, offered as a premium. M. D. Huoiiks, Agent. A Sad Heath. This coir mauity was greatly shock ed Wi daesday morning to learn of the death of Miss Sophronia Smith, which c irred about 3 o'clock that morning. The deceased was quite popular among the young people and was a noble tpe oi pure womanhood, alio was in in j i-iin year oi ner age. sne was taken ill while attending the Worlds Fair, but improved greatly a'terward. Lattr on consumption developed and. on a recent visit to Chicago she was taken so ill that it became necessary to remove her back to Kentucky. She was the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, who reside on Dan ville avenue. Funeral services con lucted by Eld Gowen, were held in the Christian church this morning at 11 o'clock, af:er which the remains were laid to restin the Lancaster Cem etery. 1 he bereaved family have the sympathy of their many friends in this great bereavement Curiosity. Horace Herndon, the clever clerk at Stormes Drug Store, has in his posses sion a ncwspiper which is quite a cu riosity. The name is "Tho Ulster County G.izette" and it bears date Jan uary 4, lbOO. It is remarkably well preserved and is filled with a report of death and burial of Gconre Washing ton. Some of the advertisements are quite old. One reads as follows: "For Sale, The one Half Interest in a Saw Mill, with convenient place for building lying in the town of Roches ter. By the Mill is an inexhaustible q lality of Pine Wood an J also a Stout Healthy Activj. Negro Wench. Any person inclined to purchase may know the part'cula-s by applying to Jno. Schooamaker at Rochester. N jv. 23, 1793." The paper was. found in the attic of Dr. Kinnaitd'i office by S nk IlilL Mr. Herndon has been offered as much as tweatj-fise dollars for it, but refuses to sell. TO CURE A COLD IS ONE SAY. -Take Lvxitive Bromo Quinine Tablets. All Druggists refund the money If It fails to Care. KcenU. A BIG SUCCESS. The Old Maids Convention Adonis Much Merriment and Amusement at The Court House. One of the most enjoyable and laugh able entertainments ever given in our little city was the Old Maids Conven tion held at the Court House Monday evening. About thirty-five voung so ciety folks took part, and each char acter was well represented. The au dience was the largest that has assem bled in the Court House for niiny years, and it was kept iu an uproar of laughter from beginning to end of the show. The first scene was the arrival of the delegates in Lancaster. Each carrie I six or eight bund es, band-boxes and baskets, some brought degs, one brought her parrot and another good old sister even brought her ca nary, cage and all, to on joy the meet ing. The "morning session" was devoted to calling roll, fixing up committees and "ivinjr in experiences of the dif ferent members of how and why thev had never married. Tne hitter were rich, as the names of many of Lancas ter's prominent bachelors were brought in and created mncli applause and laughte-. The second act was called the "afternoon session", at which the "Rejuvenating Machine"' was introduced. Mrs. Miil'ens. (Mrs. IL T. Embry) who is the inventor of the machine, brought in two specimens of its work, and, after some persuation the members were indu ol t) lie run through the process. Much fun was brought into this work. The old gals were put in at a trap-door, the ma- chine given several grinds and a beau tiful yourg gi 1 appeared. After all the members had been "rejuvenated" they ave a lieautif ul May Polo d ince, which close-1 with a pretty tableaur. Between acts I and If, Miss Georgia MacMillen, of Richmond, gave a read- ng which called forth a stjrm of ap plause and was highly complimented on all hands. Hie is a beautiful vounr lad-, and the eas.-, graceful manner in which she recited would have reflec ted credit upon any professional. The success of the entertainment is due entirely to the untiring efforts of Miss Amanda Anderson, and she cer tainly deserves much praise foe so successfully carrying out the great un dertaking. There were so many good points about the show that, in order to con dense, we reproduce from our book the follow inj; NOTES Tink And -is -n was thar, ye know. There were 17 reserved seats sold. Bright Swinebroad caught it in the neck. Hugh Logan was the sutjict of many rich j ikes. Hugh Logan and his Kangaroo brought down the house. "You stole my heart and now you steal my Kan garoo." "Sim Duncan may be 00 years old a id not have a tooth in his head, but he's Cutk just the same", remarked one old sister. Gabe Grecnleaf, Pony Bcazley, Cable D nny, Sara Duncan, Clay Sutton, Jnr Lar and '1 ink Aaderson each caught the hot end of a good j ike. Mr. O. T. Wallace and his estimable w'fe furnished old-time music with fid lie and piano for the Virginia reel. Mr. Wallace is a good fiddler and his kindness was appreciat'd. One old sister said she was engaged to Clay Sutton, the "bar"' writer, back in the forties, but one day a big snake scared Clay so badly that he has since been afraid to venture far from home. The May Pole d ince was rn Icr the direction of Miss Mary Miller. This charming young lady is entitled to much praise for the lovely manner in which this part of the program was carried out. A stampede was created in the con vention when the oM sisters descover ed a man (Letcher Owsley) concealed in their hall. lie said he was a re porter for The Rkcokd, and they im mediately fired him bodily. The appearance of the New Woman (Frank Marksbury) created great in dignation among the members. She came in wearing bloomers and smok ing a cigarette. "Oh, Horrors! 'lhc impudent, brazen-faced wretch!" Prepare for Cyclones! By Insuring your Houses. , Insure your Hemp! And Take No Risk of Loss. We write these Policies R. KINNAIRD, General Insurance, Lancaster, Ky The Royal is the highest grade baking powder known. Actual tests show it goesoae taird farther than day otker braad. POWDER Absolutely Pure BOVAL BAKINO POWOf (J CO., NEW VOfltC Diitrestiiis -Accident. As Mrs. J. J. Moore, of Bovle. and her daughter, Miss Delia, were com ing out from Danville Mondav. the ve hicle came in contact with the pole at tne toll gate, this side of Danville and the girl was thrown out and killed. There is much talk as to who is to bl ame, and the soldiers, who were in charge of the gate, are blamed to a reat extent. Wc have not learned enough about the matter to say v.hj is to blame. Kevenuo Ulliee To Danville. The department at Washington has yielded to the strong plea made and agreed to let Collect ;r Yerkcs move his otlice from Richmond to Danville. This will be a big thing for Danville. There are some cigiht or nine in the of fice force whose salaries arrrerate 510,000 a year. There is one SI,'JJ0 place, one 1,500, four $1,230, one 51,000, and one $U00. It is probable that most of -ie lo.-ce will nuve to Danville. In addition to this the office b.-ings a reat many visitors to its town, which is no small consideration. It has not been deeded as to when the transfer will be made. i:attlehip Maine Destroyed. Tuesday night the b ittleship, Maine, the pride of the U. S. Navy, was blown up in the harbour at Havana. !! j3 of the crew are dead and missing and all kinds of rumors are afloat. As yet no satis'actory explanation has been made, and in the nature of the case nothing beyond theory can be advan ced, but justice ueman Is that Capt. Sigsbee's plea or a suspension of judg ment for the present to be observed. Naturally, in view of the popular ani mosity against Spain, there is no dearth of wild-eyed opin'on that sonic per fiiious Spaniard is responsible fir the disaster, but ev rything indicates an aceident. 1 he standing of Capt. Sigs bee as a careful and capable officer is presumptive evidence that all the or dinary precautions against accident were maintained on board the Maine, and no needless charge of carelessness should be made without conclusive proof. These Yomi Men Xot Needed When merchants, or business men of any kind see that they are going to need help in their stores or offices and find that it is necessary to employ such help, they do not walk out on the streets among the loa'ers, nor into the saloons or billiard halls to find the young man to do their work. Neither do they wait to get the scent of a cig arette and follow up its trail in search of a cood ass'stant. Neither are they looking for the nice young man who is afraid to do a little hard work for fear it will blister his hands, soil his fin gers or rumple his clothes. While the business man wants help that is neat and clean in its habits, yet above all he wants help that is not afraid to take hold and do whatever is to be done. It would be a good idea for young men who are out of employment to remember some of these things. No young man who makes a habit of frequenting places of evil resort, and who persists in destroying his mind with cigarettes need expect to be able to get anything to do in this world where muscle ani brain are needed. There is plenty of work for every one, of some kind, provided he is willing' to do the work, and futhermore is will ing to live so as to have the confidence of those who have the work to da Madisonville Hustler.