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GENERAL BANKING AND COLLECTING BUSINESS TRANS-
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as V N the nrm belief that few places on the American continent
  l deserve so much attention as Lexington, have we published
a work wherein we endeavor to give our reader a faithful
review ot the city as she appears to-day—l1er attractions as a place
of residence, her inducements as a business locality and centre, and
her engaging society. Neither have we forgotten ber illustrious
and historic past, the great stock and farming interests of the
"Blue Grass" country with which she is so indelibly connected,
while no pen could write about her without portraying the grand
future she is building up l'(r)I` herself and her happy citizens.
As we write with a view of exciting outside interest and recog-
nition, wc have confined ourselves to what any ordinary intelligent
observer would see on making a short stay here. \\'hat little mat-
ters of history have been introduced have been got from former
publications, chietly Ranck’s, which are considered authentic.
.We think, considering her importance, fine geographical loca-
tion and other advantages treated ot in detail in these pages, that
_ she only requires to be more fully and correctly known to increase
and become in every way the compeer of any inland city.
These are reasons suiiicient, we hope the public will admit, to
justify the issuing of our work.
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" We know Well only the great nations whose hooks we po<<·_·<~; 1
of the otl1ers we know nothing or but little "  
'I`111: re111arkahle growth of our Repuhlic has l··:2_· Z— ez; th - happy theme of . 
commentators. To-day l1a1·dly {lll essay is written ·.·. tL.·>¤;· son. · 1·e1'e1·e11ce heing  
made to America or American manners, a11d few hook- piihlisltetl with a view of ·
bettering the existing condition of tl1i11gs do 11ot tozielz Upon our ll1•lll>It'l;ll
enterprise. I
Indeed, discovered hy one of the most veiituresome and 1`a;·-sceiiig of men, ·
and peopled hy the cream of I‘lllI`()I)t‘Jlll energy illltl vigor, tit name of America
has hecome ill(’ synonym of progress.
I·`urther. it is this same spirit of advance that has inade lll·i4l1‘Y`ll pl1ilos·.pI:e1s
conceive the iinportance of industry as a necessary condition Isome ecoitomists
have gone s 1 far as to say the most necessary condition ~ in the cvolntioii of huntan
society. •
The position of man in t}1e world a11d his Ill<>l`1ll destiny could not he under-
stood llllill by experience the data necessary for arriving at a philosopliic gener-
alization concerning it were ohtained, any more than the position of the world
itself i11 the solar system could be k11own 1111til hy the same process the data
  needed for its comprehension had heen gathered.
  The hrilliant I`t’SllltS which have followed i11 modern times, from the lllilllglb
ration of a scientific 1netl1od of enquiry, though perhaps more apparent in the
physical sciences, are of no less value i11 the department of sociology. The field
of social science has heen opened, and the method has heen indicated hy which
the complex questions of social progress (*3.11 alone he studied with positive and
enduring results. \Vitl1 the growing perception of the relativity of all kiiowledge,
Illilllkllltl l1asheco1ne aware of the interdependence of the sciences. illltl that upon
industry———upon our ability to modify tl1e conditions i11 wl1icl1 we are placed—can
we alone depend for our advance in the path of progress.
As we have said, tl1e Ynited States exerts to—day the greatest influence on I
modern society, which recognizes that <·o1m12crcialp1·osp·wily; is I/1· _rf1·.~/ toni .—·!,·o,1y;»»sz
(’.l`[NI/(VH! of social ltupphecss. In the democratic movement of these illll('S we appear
destined to perform a similar oflice for the world illili the dis1·ove1·yo1` the country
in the fifteenth century did for the knowledge of lllilllklllwl conceriiing tl1e form of
the earth and its position in the solar system.
’ The genius of the American people is always looking for and figuring out ini-
proveinent, and so active, we might almost say restless, is it, that often it finds it
necessary, i11 order to satisfy or satiate itself, to seek new fields and I1t’\V associa-
tions where its progressive ideas will find a larger scope or a more appreciative
people. This character has given to Ullf race a love of change, of novelty, which
distinguishes us botl1 collectively and individually from most of the nations which
have preceded us. It is true that emigration has been the principal means of
extending the influence of civilization, and on the American continent it has been
carried o11 to its greatest extent. Not only has Europe continued for three centu-
ries to po11r o11t l1er thousands upon our shores, but tl1e interchange of our own
com11111nities among themselves is remarkable, and is a feature of our social life
distinct and different fr0n1 any thing which has already happened in the world’s
history.
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The tendency has always been to accumulate wealth, brain and population in
large cities, until tinally there were none left to till the soil and provide the neces-
sities to existence. \\`ith us the tendency is to the distribution of population, and
3.8 21 COI`lS€llll€Il(‘C our coiltilleut has llllll\('Y`l)ll5 large cities dotted over its whole} i_
surface, and the distance or division l¤etwecn city and country life is not at all
distinct or detined. The word, prw·incia!, most aptly used in Europe to designate `
any thing of or pertaining to the country, has no place in defining .\nierican
social life. This distribution of energy will continue to make us a united people,
each state and each connnunity having some interest common In the whole or
` to the majority. 2
  Among these same numerous cities Lexington holds a prominent and sng- .
I gestive place, and is eminently worthy the attention oi any contemplating a ,
  ’ change of abode. I
_ c Fhe is located S5 miles directly south of ("incinnati. Ohio. north lat. 2lS° •i’. long.
Q, sl: ls' west. We have introduced her to our readers as the t`entral t`ity. the ap-
3. propriateness of which designation all who follow us through this work will, we
  i Etope, admit.
1  She is the social and business center of the best half of iientiteky: she is, ‘
  according to the Government reports of lsso, the center of population in the
  f United States: she is the center of the greatest whisky producing region on the
  · face of the globe. and lastly, is the metropolis of the Horse t`radle oi the world.-
  4 #l.e is an llliilkfililill factor in much else to be hereafter spoken of.
  lrexington is purely an INLAND CITY lllltl has all the advantages common
 Q to such location. to which she adds tl1e attractions of a mature and enlightened
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? in its regularity is probably not duplicated on the continent. and neither is it (`ali-
fornian in its sazneiiess. Winter, spring, summer and fall all come in in their
` regular place. and one docs not tind peach-blossoms in l"`t‘l•I'\l1ll`}`, snows in May, .
or roses in llecember. as is a connnon mishap in almost all latitudes. The sea-
sons follow one another in a periodic constancy really astonishing. 'l`his is to be
explained in her voztqualed location. Situated on a broad tableland in the middle
of the continent, 5130 ft. above sea level, protected on all sides. she is scl·•lo111 visited
by any extraordinary atmospheric condition. \\'inds, the great regulators ofclimate,
whose sudden risings lower and raise both thermometer and barometer to abnor-
mal extents in a single hour, are strangers in Lexington: their force is broken
_ miles away, and they are dissipated over tl1e said tableland in a quiet and rational
,,,.,,,,,3 manner. On the east she is completely protected from the cold east winds and
accompanying fogs and dampness which visit all Atlantic states, from Florida to
l‘“"'i"“ Maine, by the mountains of western Virginia.
M, Seen On the south, the ("umberlands shield her from the hot southern breezes
which, parching the tctton lands of Georgia and Alabama, dry up the dusty
streets of St. Louis, Kansas City, and even Chicago. The cold western tor-
nadoes which, in both winter and summer, sweep down from the snow-clad
peaks of the Rockies over the western plains, are dispersed when croming the
valley of the Mississippi. Further, the trade-winds which rise far away on the
icy banks of the Mackenzie and \Vinnipeg, freezing the black soils of Montana
and Dakota, gathering strength with every mile, and reaching their greatest vigor
in Texas, where, in winter, the people stand in constant dread of being visited by
a ‘norther,’ are turned away from eastern Kentucky by the populous states of
Illinois and Indiana. Coming closer home, the country of this tableland is un-

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