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Tue. TTTTr Wed, 07. Frl. Thur. !?. He 1n flI8 tn-fT- 12 19 13 14 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 30 CURRENT TOPIOS. Iff The Step Taken After a Conference nf Harrowing Story of 1'MHcnceri on Hoard of Eitraordlnmjr Seiilon, Mine UmdnU The Order Imiurtt for the City of l'arn Tnree-Fonrtn Quarterof a Million Men to Quit Work. Them Attacked by Tvllotc Fever, It It o WAsnisoior, Juno M. SiWAn-T- he lltported. on the tariff bill Monmode good progress Columbus, O, July 3. A general Sal. E New YortK, July a Passengers who strike of tho United Mino Workers of day, disposing of tho paraeraphs relating to hides, wnlch havo been the aourco ot much arrived hero Friday night on tho America has been ordered for July 4 controversy. As finally agreed on'uthc duty on by tho national oxccutlvo board, whoso bides Is placed atlOpcr cent adjVilurrm, In steamship Alllanca, toll a harrowing headquarters aro in tilts' city, and also place of I 'A conts a pjundaiorlclqally report- - storv of their experience abourd tho by tho district presidents, as tho result ed by tho ilnance committee, lh? paragraph 4 Pacific mall steamer City of Para, painted glass of a meeting hold hero Juno 24, 25 and relating to stalnod or mphraaeougy window jj, which loft Panama for San Francisco ana th, was changed slightly thn). twQ 20. J.. , agreed to ns reported. duties s a"cr clearing tho Isthmus yollow Mino Workors of tho Country, card clothing, was agreed to as In tho hous.l 'Io tho bill, in tho paragraph on cross ciit saws lhsl fever broke out among tho crew and 24 jj Greeting: committee made a change inserting steel passengers ol tho l'acillo nnor wntcn Fellow THE FARMERS' BANK , and TRUST COMPANY, . i .a TO i Successors to the Lincoln KVY. STANFORD.National OK Bank. V- 1 rates: The special envoy of the sultan of Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh district), Morocco to tho queen's jubilee has been pick mining, 03 cents per tori; Ohio, CO returned to Morocco insane. cents per ton; Indiana (bituminous), CO Fkmai.k spiders nro much larger and cents per ton; Illinois (Grapo Croek), mora ferocious than tho males, and 55 cents per ton. Machine mining to often devour their husbands. s bo paid per ton of tho I'uesiiikxt TitAhcis E. Clark, of prlco for pick mining, except in Inditho Christian Kndeavor socioty, has ana (bituminous) whero tho price shall s per ton of tho prlco paid roturncd to his homo in Iloston from a bo for pick mining; other mining sections trip nround the world. 'I'm: hospitals of the Metropolitan a corresponding increase in prico that Asylum board in London have 3,800 will place them on a relative basis. It was further agreed that tho time bed set apart for scarlet fever and fur enforcement of the scale bo left only 700 for diphthorla. AiisimiDAJl is Intersected by canals, with the national executive board and which dlvldo the city into about 00 tho district presidents to dotermino island. Communication with them h when it would, be most opportune to put this scalo into effect Jinil by about 300 bridges Tho document then urges unanimity Ilr.v. tsAMURi. Vincent, of Plymouth, Inifland, who will soon bo made presi- and fidelity among tho members. ''Tho dent of tho Kngllsh Itaptist union, signs of the times," tho paper says, "as pointed out by tho press and by testilived in Milwaukee from 1834 to 1801. In Suutnor county, Kansas, which mony of men versed in public affairs, jjavo a load of wheat for the India fam- arc, that business is reviving, that an ine sufferers, a man dio.l of starvation upward tendency in prices of all combefore tho wheat reached the Indians. modities is apparent. In the general business industrial imThe correct pronunciation is "Ha- - provement revival and earnestly pro tho ''a" sounded as in "father," claimed, we which is ought to share, and If wo tho "i" as in "time," and tho "c" ns in do not attempt share wo shall bo "we," tho accent belay on tho second falso to ourselvesto and thoso dependant syllable. l)ii. Sheldon Jackbo.v, tho Alaskan upon us." "Let the watchword bo." savs thn missionary who presided over tho Pres- circular, "mino cntitlod byterian assombly, is now on his way to a fair day's workers aro fair day's pay for to the north to rcsuino his labors tin work." Local committees a nro directtho Yukon. ed to bo formed, and to sec that The Daughters of tho Confederacy is taken at once. Tho field is action ' largo in Georgia intend to memorialize) tho und it will bo an impossibility legislaturo of that stnto in the interest national nnd district o dicers to forvtho attend of tho establishment of to all points, consequently local leadin tho Statu university. ers aro urged to assume tho responsiThe bishop of Month, Ireland, who bility and authority for tho successful has bcon chosen archbishop of Dublin, consummation of our desires. is a, broad churchman with evangelical "To insure success great enro should Ho is n total abstainer be exercised by all tendencies. that no breach of from liquor and tobacco. tho pence, occurs at any timo or placo Vinegar Hill or under any circumstances. Bulletins Isaac FiM.ciiiKit, of district, in Walton county, has a steer will bo Issued from timo to tlmo to IM years of age that is able to do good keep you informed of tho progress of ity of a voto. Tnls has the effect of leaving plowing, says tho Savannah Nows. affairs." treaty ot reciprocity In full 'ihe animal was calved in 1612. Tho national executive board is com- the Hawaiian farce nnd effect living near posed of Frod Dileher, R. L. Davis, J. ot Indiana, spokoDuring tho day Mr. lurp'ie, John McPaki.ani), in support ot tho amendCrooksvillc, O.f died of sunstroke. A II. Kennedy, Harry Stephenson, James ment for a two per cent, tax on Inheritances Ills speech was notable for its plaHurosg.ue wngon containing an undortnkor and M. Carson and Patrick Dolan. three others going to the houso was Tho district presidonts aro W. E. motaphors and the vlrulenco of his denunciation ot the pending bill. struck by lightning and two killed. Fnrtns, W. G. Knight, James W. CarWabiiinoton, July 2. Sinats The flnanoo - son and Patrick Dolnn. Dll'AUAOSSIAUhTOl'llENONnirilENI.IVIcommitteo suffered soicral unexpected rericiiA.iNK is tho noma eonforrod by an M. D. Iiatchford is president of tho verses during tho prcirosi ot the tariff bill Italian chemist upon a new compound national executive board, John Kane Thursdn), bolng defeated on threo Important . ho has discovered. Tho word is said vice president and W. C Pcarce secre- votes. Cotton bagging was placed on tho free 5 of to mean something tochemical experts. tary. All theso names aro bigncd to list, 30 to Tno and cotton tlos also by a votewas S3 to 1 duty on white plno lumber I.v n Montreal park on Sunday a tho circular. roduocd from 13 to it per 1,000 Tho amendTho olllccrs hero say 375,000 men nro ment, on plno occasioned the grentcst surfather was compelled to order his prise and led to a party boy to cease throwing a Involved as proposed strikers. So far lines on both sides general broking ofDuring tho chamber. toy ball to him, and was obliged to as anything can bo learned hero from the onrly stages ofofthe debate the duty on putjtha ball in his pockot undor pain officials the call for tho Pittsburgh lumber, including plno, was placed att: after mooting of miners on Saturday is to n protracted contest Mr. Teller returned to if arrest. tho contest and moved to place white plno liEoiton S. Dcakinb, of Rowlcsburg, decido how the strike is to be conductlumber on list. amendment was W, Va . n. surveyor, has the eompns ed in that district They have to con- defeated bythe free voteThe33 to 33, four reof the close and tho instruments which bclongod sider plans to take care of tho women publicans -l- takcr. Carter, Hansborough and; to his grandfather when, with Wash- and children during tho strike. Presi- Quay joining with tho democrats, populists the affirmative, ington, ho surveyed tho road from dent Itatchford bays this is the best and silver republicans in llacon, threo democrats time to scttlo tho question of wages, whilo and Washington to the Ohio. Martin voted with tho Miss Ai.ick O'Umkn was awarded as during tho summer the men can republicans in tho negative, rolldwing SlO.UJO damages against tho Trinity make uso of their little garden plots up this close vote Mr. Mantle (silver rep. the rate Ihe needs movedII to reduce carried byona white plno from and Sabino railroad in tho district In obtaining subsistence. K to and this majority of one court of Woodvllle, Tex., for injur- of clothing aro not so greai as in win- Tno republicans, Uukcr and Carter otcd ter. with the democrats in the affirmative, and ies sustained from being bitten by a Tho proposed scale is intended by three democrats, Uacon. MoEnery and Martin doh' chained in tho depot door. with republicans, id tho negative. The A Miwr.r designed mouthpiece for tho minors to make work for miners bill the now completed with tho excepprofitable to them in tho Pittsburgh tion Isof telephones has a shell with an absorbtho reciprocity district and olsowhere. Pittsburgh, some comparatively minor section and paragraphs. ent lining, which lining is saturated made In with antiseptic liquids, whoso evapora- as claimed, is paying 54 cents per ton Much progress was hcretoforo clearing up paragraphs pasted over. and Ohio. 51. To mako tho differential tion is to prevent tho accumulation of and tea what the Ohio operators claim it ought Only throe of theso coal tar, potashreciprocity disease germs in tho mouthpiece. remiln, so these items, tho to bo thoy threaten to reduce Ohio 'section and thatbrief Internal revenue and adthe Siam's army is to be reorganized by 15 conts per toh, or nino ministratis provisions nre all that remain of Kussian army ofllcers1, over a hundred miners to cents bolow Pittsburgh. Tho minors tho bill to bo dlspotcd of before the final voto utllcers having volunteered ns instruct, , possible, toraiso Pittsburgh Is taken. ors in an nnswer to a circular from propose, if to pro'vont a reduction 'in IIOTTSE Tho hmmn irnfl fn ratnn tnn prices so as Tho king of the war department es Thursday and rdjoumed until 45 cents, and the possibility of Slum will select CO from among them. Ohio to oven a farther reduction hero in case Miih. Claka Fisiieh Maedek, the Pittsburgh should keep on lowering as Washi.noton. July 1 Senate. Reciprocity nnd retaliation wore the two phases of tho oueo famous actress, has published her Ohio lowered to maintain tho differentariff bill to occupy tho attention of the senate memories. Sho is 80 years of age and tial of nino cents. Friday, to the exclusion of all other subjects. llrst wont on tho stage whon 0 years Uolh provisions were agreed to, although the Christian Knileavor Kxcurslonlsts. old. For 72 years sho acted continu-- . 'debate on the reciprocity clause was protectously, and at tho ago of 78 years reKkno, Nov., July 3. Superintendent ed to 6 p. m. Shortly bofore adjournment Mr. tired. J. 11. Wright, of the Southorn Pacific, Allison endeavored to secure an agreement on tor vote, but Mr Teller Prosecutions nro expected to begin has been hero making arrangements tho time consenttlnalfixing tho time until all to would not soon undor a new Massachusetts law for Christian Endeavor traffic expect- proposed amendments had been submitted which forbids tho wearing of tho body ed next week. Col. Wright said it to tho senate. As Mr. Allison was not preor feathers of any undomesticatcd bird. would take 50 trains ot ton cars each pared to submit these amendments, ho'wlth-drehts request, and the tlmo for the final Every offender will bo fined $10 and to carry tho excursionists. Tho voto was left open although there Is still be paid a trains will run about 45 minutes apart hopo that It will be reached Saturday tho prosecuting witness will The of 85. All freights will be abandoned. It Is retaliatory olause provides that whenever any country bestows nn export bounty on nny Arri.ASTKjt,bust of Richard J. Ogles-b- expected trains will begin passing shall be lovled, In 'adarticle t&ilTnftccl' States senator, three Reno Monday afternoin. Fifty big dition to there duties provided by the act, tho fi trios govoruor of the stato of Illinois mountain engines and 50 crows will be and duty additional the to ' 'and Veteran sojdicj',' has just been flu-- , sont from Sacramento to Wadsworth amount of the bounty. The equal was agreed clause to, the two democratic senators from 111., and will bo Sunday. ished in, Decatur, Louisiana, Caffery and McEnory. voting with piacol in tho. rooms of tho public litho republicans in the afllrmatiro. The reInsane Through Grief. ciprocity clause empowers the president.. brary of tlfat pUco, BLAHCHKBTEn, O., July 3. Mrs. with the ndvlco and consent of the senile, to The folio'werso'f "th6spnof Garibaldi Hathornc was found hanging reciprocity treaties giving per cont. who havo gono from Italy into Greece dead in tho barn at the homo ot her mako reduction in dtttles on designated articles, or have assumed tho namo of "Garlbal-dlnl,- " brother, Charles Henry, Friday morn- placlnj articles on the free list Tbo amendand old followers of tho famous ing. She went insano from griof at ment brought out much opposition, Senators Italian patriot aro indignant at tho tho death of her husband a few months Mills, itVest, Pettus, TeUer nnd White a lying evaded tbo constitutional rlfbl ot that use of their name by tho band of so- since. Sho leaves two little girls. the houso of republicans to participate In measures affecting revenues, while Senators cialists and revolutionists. Younger Hoys' Itequest. Morgan, Gray and Chandlor defendod Its leThere nro no fish in Crater lake, was and propriety. lako in St. Pauij, Minn., Juno 3. Colo and galitydemocrat! Gray It and agreed to, Ore., tho deopest world, and tho government has de- Jim Younger Fridoy formally an- to the republicans In the affirmative Early tho with Tho na- nounced that thoy would ask tho state In the day. Mr Wellington (rep, Md.) rising cided to stock it with trout tives used to say that tho lako was for pardon. Colo Younger has written tou question ot personal privilege, vehementbottomless, but soundings have shown a story of his life, nnd announces his ly upnfld his senatorial prerogatives that (d wish to go to Missouri, thenco to Texas, thn matters of federal appointments, its greatest dopth to bo 2,000. feet throe-fifth! e Miners: At tho last annual convention of tho United Mino Workers of America, held in tho city of Co0, lumbus, O., January 1897, it was determined that the scale of prices should be advanced to tho following 12-1- four-fifth- 1 wio-e,- " I of tho passengers, it said, were attacked by tho disease,. . . . "... and at least a aozen oi mom xounu watery graves. When tho vessel finally reached San Francisco tho facts of tho terrible voyage were suppressed and tho sickness and deaths were at trlbutcd to tropical dyserftory, but tho passengers who camo here Friday night say that the symptoms wero plainly thoso of yellow jack. Tho dlseaso was raging on the Isthmus, but when tho passengers went on board tho City of Para they wero told by tho officers that they need not havo any fear. There was Washington, Juno 30 SESATt-A- fte tedious consideration of the tariff bill, no effort at fumigation, and when throughout thn day. tho senate wound ud Mrs. Capt Mitchell, tho wife of an with a half hour of lively and amusing coVo Englishman commanding ono of tho quy between Senators T llman, of borta Carvessels of the Chilian line, appeared olina, and Chandler, of Now Hampuhlm. The former had proposed an amendment? to the on tho City of Para heaylly veiled Threo days tariff bill, providing a I10O hold tax there was no uneasiness. on nil Immigrants and a reMfflcllon out she died from tho "tropagainst all those not coming to thtfUnlted ical dysentery." Sho was buried at Mates to becomo citizens. Mr. Tillman made an earnest speech on the dopressed Condition sea and tho next to bo taken down Iloforo ho died of labor, but ho was soon dlvertodf gom his was Capt Martcnscn. theme by Mr. Chandlor. Tho latter.. p&Optlng tho fever had spread all over tho a stylo of mock gravity, directed thojtjlscmi-sio- n ship. In first class cabin and toward Mr. Cleveland's ndmlnlMtatlon the, yellow death doalcr This in time brought from Mr. T(lfAan a stecrago alike went, and how many wero prostrated horacnt criticism ot the late pj will probably never bo known. Tho while Mr. Chandler drolly protested theso assaults on Mr. Cleveland: officers suppressed every scrap of nows member of his own pirty. When the,!' they could, and Dr. Itonz insisted on been fast and furious for some tlme.ii: his original diagnosis. At Punta Areman amendments were defeated, yeas 43, tho threo offlrmatlvo votes beingi nas, tho Echevaria family, ono of tho Messrs. Butler, Quny and Tillman, jt richest in Costa Rica, took passage on tho day the senate disposed of tho'losi tho City of Para, not knowing that graphs, tho committee rato of lli c yollow jack was raging on board. 'Ihe pound on lead oro being agreed to, j vessel proceeded on its voyage. Up tho other paragrajhs considered were ci "' , ttvoly ot minor importance. coast there woro two or three funerals a day, and those who wero not affectWashington. Julv i suit of the ratild work on the tariff bni ed wero panic stricken. no id ay tho close ot the long debato'M.'tfaeiju' After much pleading a number of senate nna ma nnai oio on tno oiuj passengers were put ashoro at Corinta be vory near at hand. Two "of th(tl :: and San Jose do Guatemala. It is al- portant provisions those relating 'Ayoged that tho o ulcers of tho vessels wallan treaty ot reciprocity coal woro perieateiUWen: tpbupplied tho passengers with spoiled er sourcu of much conflict, the reciprocity meat, and this is believed to havo section was matured by the finance committee, and presented to tho senate. Aside from added to tho yellow fever's spread. At these larger items a groat many smaller ones, San Salvador rx band camo ashoro and which have caused more or less conflict, were whilo the passengers were sick and dlsposod of. Tho Hawaiian provision of dying tho musicians gavo five hour was bill tho houso restored after concerts daily. brlof debate and without tho formalThree-fourth- s u per pound and 20 per cont ad valorem. House The session of the house Monday lasted only long enough to call the roll on Mr. Dlngloy's motion to adjourn As oon as the iournal had been annrored the floor loader of H tho majority remarked that as he was not aware of any matters claiming thojt attention of the houso Monday he would move an ill's journment. Mr. Dalley (Tex ) challenged-tha- t statement with the observation th it tho bankruptcy bill and Cuban belllgereney resolution were unacted upon. The opposition applauded when tho rising vats' showed them in a majority of one, Ihe vote resulting 85 to 83 against Mr.Ulngleyjs motion. yeas Thereupon Mr Dlnglcy deraanded-hand nays and the roll was called. Ihe motion Ho tore the announcement was carrlod of the voto on motion of Mr. Steelo (rep, Ind.)J July 10 was set aside as a day for paying trlb- ute to tho memory of tho late W. S.31olman. & By provision of Its charter, depositors are as fully protected ts an depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par value caused a panic on board and resulted amount iuvested in such shares: It may act in tho death of tho commandor of tho thereof in addition to the as Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an Individual, vessel, Capt Martenseu. i '1 ". Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Stan ford, Kentucky, December 31, 1896. RESOURCE& l.njTn nnd nticnunts Overdrafts Other Stocks and Uonda Due trom National Banks Hanking House Furnlluro una Fixtures Dunn (277.S10.91 1 LIABILITIES. Capital Stoolc 7S78i! Surplus Fund ,08101 IndlTldual Deposits i.cui vt 8,680 00 Due trom National Banks 80000 Due trom Mate Banks 70S 69 1851,308 S) ftr0,'00 0t 17,603.89 I3.47S8J MM H IJlbii 18 iJoiiibSti J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, Ky Dire c tore. John M. Hail, Stanford, Ky. T, E. Lynn S. J' Embry, W. H. Cummings, W. A. Carpenter, Milledgeville, K Jno. S. Owsley, Stanford, Ky. Jno. F. Cash William Gooch, Preachersville, Ky. SH. J67We solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, an! they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier J, B. OWSLEY, Cashlef SHANKS, President. W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. A. PENNINGTON -- DEALER IN-- tO-- GENERAL MERCHANDISE. f New Goods and Hard Time Prices HAN THEY WBRB EVER I AM SELLING GOODS 'LOWER SOLD BEFORE IN MT. VERNON. -- . , pm . of JalnSireetgaatt-M'aldtflA.VeBu- e M.v Store ls,jpn.rthe-CornerjisejtXl The Presbyterian and Baptist Churches. ,w; Call and 8te Mt A COACH LOAD Of Christian Endenvorers Upset in the Garden of the Uotin. Colokado SrniNos, Col., July 3. A HOUSE THEB. RILEYProprietor, F. RIIBY, ' -- -- four-year-o- ld coach load of people who wero being taken through the Garden of tho Gods Friday were upset at tho Balanced Itock and Fred W. Evanston, of Boston, was seriously hurt. Tha.accidcnt was caused by overcrowding tho coach. There were 10 passengers. Evanston wns taken to a Manitou hotel, whero a physician attended to his injuries. Ills faco was badly cut and his hips were sovcrcly bruised and wrenched. Evanston is a member of tho Massachusetts Endeavors and was compelled to remain behind his companions, who loft at noon for San Francisco. Six ladies in tho coach wore somowhat bruised but resumed their journoy. Missouri Coal Operators Aroused. St. Louis, July 3. Coal operators Mino LONDON, - - KENTUCKY. I have moved to my new Hotel ar d am better prepared Good Livery at than ever to accommodate tho public. tached and every convenience desired. Give me oall The Sambrook Hotel, Convenient to railroad station. Kates reasonable. ' ' Livingston oc$Dc$orac$ Druggist Porters meet all trains. I,. McEn-cr- y If Ky I, 1H J ed Workers hnvo ordered a triko for July 4, and tho presidents and managers of several of tho big companies having headquarters hero havo gono to their mines in Illinois nnd Missouri to look Into the situTho concensus of opinion ation. among tho operators is that tho striko will bo a long one, and that as a result tho prico of coal will advance, though not at once. Lake, Utah, July 3. Tho cor nerstone of tho proposed monument in honor of Ilrlgham Young and tho piouccrs, to be erected at tho intersection are aroused over tho announcement that tho United IE and Pharmacists. iiji Salt The Ilrlgham Voune Monument. MC.& D.N, WILLIAMS U Mt. Vernon, Ky. We carry Drugs, Chemicals, Faints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c. Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call for goods usually kept in a drugstore. first-clas- s i i m A ml-i- Mon-d.- y. w y, 0, SO Woodruff deposited tho leaden box, with a copy of tho oration and other souvenirs, and the stono was laid by Hon. lirighum Young. . Agreed to Die Together. IlitADFOi'tD, Pa., July 3. Geo. lllak-loproprietor of a job printing'ofllco and secrotary of tho school board, is dead, and Miss Lillian Spat, a waitress in tho Williamson restaurant, is in a precarious condition, tho result of laijdanum supposedly taken with suicidal intent Tho tragedy was en acted in IHakley's ofllcc. Illakloy was collector, ot tho First,' Second and blxth'"ward taxes, nnd is said to be about S'), 100 short in his accounts. y, streets, was laid with appropriate ceremonies. Tho oration was by F. D. Richards, with remarks by Gov. Wells nnd Mayor Glendonnlng. President of Main nnd South Temple 7n V3M n First National Bank Of Capital Stock Stanford, Ky. 200,000. Surplus .$23,100 I fresh-wat- er 8. Morgan-voti- ng tho Greeks suffered' a loss of ISO killed. In addition 60 of tho Greeks were captured nnd taken to Janlnn, tho headriuurtcrs of tho Turkish army it) Epirus. , Constantinople, Ju.y 3. Tho newspapers of this city report that in n hattlo which has just taken placo between 100 Greek raiders nnd a detachment of Ottoman troops, near Metso-vo- , Battle Ilettrcea Greeks and Turks ported. . " " : Re- "DIRECTORS f, W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D', Elmore, F. Re!d T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughnian, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, J. S. Hocker and M. J. Miller. We solicit the accounts of the citizens ot Rockcastle and adjoining counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, wit a view to buiness telations, respectfully invited. JNO, J. McRQBSRTS, CwWfft J. S. HOCKER, Pre?, miic a itmwei gixxxogf s.tm j LAJLJU9 wmtaSr m Mt Vernon Signal Fridav; Ji'ly 9, 1897 "Anicrici net! no bulwarks So toircis rilonj; Iicr rtci'i Hit march is o'pr the iiiuiiuuh) 0:1 As he spoke these words he waived a small American flag. THO'S TAYLOR THE Her home is the ili'i'p."' Blacksmith,- - NEW MYERS HOUSE. AL. G. HUFFMAN, . Prop'k., Stanford, Y Ky. ' Published every Friday by JAMES MARET. LLOYD MARE7 LOCAL atches have been converted EDITOR. SUBSCRIPTION ONK YEAR 1 ?I.OO Advertising rates made known on application ANNO UNCEMEN'l i. We arc authorized to announce JOHN W. BAKER an Independent Republican candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle county to Je voted for at November election, 1897. As BRILLIANT tr 4 Mrs Abs Evans is very sick this . My new shop is on Taylor A into week. near the Baptist 'church. vegetable kingdoms and flower Miss Martha Gill has been very gardens. A barren waste has be- sick with measles bu' improving CST-exptct Cash for"Cash horse come a veritable Eden. Shall men Logan Salyers and wife were visit-- , shoeing. receive thc credit for it all? No. ing friends at Livingston Sunday jNo! Woman, lovely woman, has last. (borne her part with a patience akin Tip Langlord and family were UNDERTAKER to that of the lowly Nazarene. The .tender hand of noble woman is visiting his mother near Cove. Sun(found in every great and good day last. From lib came ribbon. 'work. Rev. R. E. Bell preached at Calo- from one bud grew a garden of way, Sunday last. He will teach at beautiful roses which are heaven that place this fall. appointed messengers to elevate and purify mankind. It was Henry Hundley's wife has been woman who was last at the very sick for several days. Dr. cross and first at Joseph's tomb. Lovel is attending her. KcfoY In iHlJsieuIaud IdjOjijt tyles cloth What would this world do without v Andrew More, wife and brothdr; covered' draped caskets, rqjc;?)'lirilen(oonis her? are visiting friends' in Jackson 'ciiffs and ciiltait.. .All prder by, telegraph county. J. B. Owens has cohtrbl o'mptly i(ttiiUd(l todaynnd night. "Ah, wcuimn in this uorld of ours, of his store during his absence. What sift can ho compared to thee? The evolution of time has brought its own prosperity. Fioin chaeshascome cosmos. Huts have grown into, guildcd p.ilaces, briar ORLANDO. HORSE-SHOEIN- AA SPECIALTY. NEW MANAGEMENTS ONEWL-- FURNISHED, LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY, WATER IN HOUSE. Special Attention Given to Commercial Men WINES, LIQUORS, BEERS AND CIGARS.B332-6mo READING-ROOM'- . WIIvLISGrRIFFIN, M ET At FLOO ING ROOFSSMG. 5, SIDING. KX. A. C.SINE, CEILING ( STANFORD, KW and Yard FINISH. FINE COIGNS Farm Fence, MUWMEN& MM Stanfo'id, Kentucky. Dealers in Address, In Pnrt, of Rockcastle's Orator, LI. G, William.", 1 How slow would dras life's weary hoius, Though man's proud luow were bound with Mower And his wealth of land mid .sea, If destined to exist alone And ne'er call woman's heart his own!" At. Brodhc-u- '.. Picnic, Julv 3rd. .1 l on Jt isa beautiful custom of the American people to meet and cele brate, with appropriate and impos ing; ceremonials, the memorab.c -- rt" . breeze as ever woke to melody a Raney killed Chiles' horse while Tasso's lyre; our blue grass wav- trying to arrest Chiles. Chiles was COURTCALENDAR. ing above a fertile soil; our sent to Richmond. Drinking row mountains rich with COUNTY COl'UT-Fm- irth was the trouble it In cacli month regions of minerals; blessed with , QUAUTKWr COURT-tl- rst January, A )iril. July mid Ocas fine a fruit as ever tempted our tober. impulse, like Moses on Sinai, PINE HILL. CIRCUIT d priinative ancestors in the garden Monday In February. Fourth Jlonday in May buckled on the armor of right and of IJden; noted everywhere tor our and Third Mond.iy In September ' MT VERNON I'GMCR COURT marched forth with the courage of skilled barristers, our able jurists, Third Monday in each month. Bro Ragiu preached Sunday and a Theban band to fight for the our enlightened statesmen, our ' Sunday night. cause of a new born Republic. brilliant paragraphers; our brave This country, the Queen ol thc The Sunday school here is promen and virtuous women. Let us world, sprang from chaos into an inhaling the refresh- gressing nicily, most every body is come G, W. McCLURE, "indestructable union of ing zephyrs of the Southern mag- talking an intcrst. states,' but not nolia mingled with the sweet aroma Attorney-at-La-- w, A paty of young folks of Tine with cue bound or a single leap. of the Mt. Vernon, Ky. Northern pine and reverently 11111 celebrated the fourth at SuU; This Union is not the child of a bow at Freedom's shrine with un phur Springs near the Coal miuaa. day but the growth of centuries. AH business entrusted to . my covered heads and patriotic hearts, , It is not the offspring of chance or 'weighing each word before we Mr.J"M. Houston spent the care will receive prompt attention. fourth at home. We like to $ee Office: Second floor of new brick d misfortune, but the beautiful give it breath, let us renew our Jim come about he always has a on Church street. maiden of divine providence. faith at the nation's alter and inAnd like the Hebrew children voke thc blessings of liberty and pleasing smile to every one he meets. wherever the cloud led or the "pil- union now and forever. lar of fire" moved, we followed Fill the air with the spirit of faithfully on until we escaped from republican perpetuity and let it England's and with kiss the flag that waves so peace DR. E, J. BROWN i iiuiDieis in nana, we put lea ine fully on the Nation's eapitol which I Physician and Surgeon waves of the bloody river and fin- is the glorious ensign of a free and Per Infants and Children. ally anchored our shattered and bat independent people where "long MT. VHRNON, KY army in the harbor of may she wave o'ei thc land of the itw tfgutsro 7r-- s. J .r. eternal bliss and prosperity. Wc free and " " . U nmrvtrtV'V' if V0 Office at Joseph Puce Iu the homo of thc brave." r Tr .m 'LLyyr. vraser liave continued the march until, firniary, Stanford, Ky. cast eyes and Damocles sword sus events in our country's history. In doing so, we come with our hearts beating and our bosoms heaving in love and adoration for noble sites qf '76; insphed by the teachings of heroic ancestors, and moved by the valor and patriotism of him whose brain gave birth and whose hand penned the Declaration of Independence It was Thomas Jefferson who established the American system and built that college of letters, the gieat of Virginia, that lifts its dome toward the sky in the very shadows of his Monticelloan home. When pain and anguish wrin the brow It was there, encircled by the en- A ministering uiitfrl thou." girdling mountains of Virginia Here the Speaker paid a glowthat his eyes first rested on na- ing tribute to the courage of the tures beautiful handiwork. Such soldiers on both sides. He then successful warriors as Napoleon. spokc of thc danKers of centralis Hannibal. Caesar and Alexander tiou of federal power ard finished have inscribed their names in the with the following peroration. red catalogue of military butchers. Standing here to day, surrounded They excited the passions of men; by my countrymen whose viitues were applauded by the world and I delight to proclaim; whose chiv worshiped by that class of people alry and boundless hospitality who idolized strength and success. have made them known and honBut the never-dyinname of Jef way from ored of men all th ferson will live in a higher and Tampa Hay 10 Puget sound from purer icalin as long as light and lib Atlantic's pulsing bosom to the erty shall dwell upon eaith, or lips vine-clahills of California. grow eloquent over the recital of Assembled here in the proudest heroic deeds of valor done. Our State of the gtandest Union that braxe stationed them- was ever kissed bj the loving selves upon the sacred rights of beams of. yonders smiling Sun. citizens not to be taxed without Canopiedby as beautitul a sky as representation. They looked down ever cnauncu n tne gaze of a the avenues of time and saw posbara? or as ever inspired the terity inarching in a silent but musical chord of Marcello's brain; mournful procession with down- our locks fanned by as balmy out-post nt free-school s, Uni-versaty Where is the boundary line of woman's influence? Karth con-- ' tains it not and heaven hath not yet declared. Her hand rocks the an gel's crib and silently administers cordials on for fear of arousing the sleeping husband With thc soothing hand of love she irons out the wrinkles of care and pain and brings back the bright, red rose of peace and happiness. Ah. the birds of heaven chanting their sweetest songs to the angels ol God's thione could never fly across her dominion. An Axtel PRACTICAL or a Sunol speeding with nostrils GOOCHLAND. IfEMBALMER, extended and panting with lath' STANFORD, KY. ered flank could never reach the Mis. J. C. Phillips is on the sick of woman's empire. When God-selist. messen we revert to the A Complete Line of Coffins Caskets gers of mercy, many of whom were Preaching at the Baptist church Robes, &c. Telegraph orders leaders of fiivolty. changed into Sunday next. attended to promptly. heroines, appeasing the wounds of A. I. McGuire is visiting relatives we recall the the battle-fieldat Livingston this week. beautiful lines of Walter Scott Grover McGuire made a flyiifg "Oh, woman in hour of ease, ' Uui'ei tain, eoy mid hard to please; trip to Berea Friday. tip-to- e ', Drs. E. J. Brown and M'Ten-ningto- n ; perfoimed a surgical operation on MrsS. B McClurc at Section For 25 years we hrive been study house Sunday last. She stood the ing and making wagons, and our operation exceedingly well. aim has been to combine Horace Edwards who will teach the Flat Rock school this year is a very economical man he says that Durability and Easy Running with your correspondent wears his $18 "the Best Brake in existence. suits while he wears his $6 one. And if you wish to know whether Now I feel quite complimented to we have succeeded, ask our neighthink that Mr. Edwards values my bors. Prices reduced. Wm. H. Cocks. clothing so highly. I hope that Mt. Vernon. Ky. after he teaches our school that ' he will open up his heart and buy him one $10 suit to wear on swell oc casions. I am sure that he would never : egret it. HECIvlXM! Carriages, Wagons, Hay & Seeds. FARMING IMPbEMENTS-AL- L Patronage of Rockcastle Solicited. REAL ESTATE -- SADDLES and HARNESS. KINDS Lightness Strength THE EXCHANGE. STANFORD, KY. Has a number of fine Blue Grass farms for sale and exchange, ranging in area fromjio to. i.ioo acres in rt boundary, and in price from $20 to $100 per acre. Can Stlit purchaser in price, t6fnis, location, &c. in this or any other State in the United States. Office in Interioi ) J. 11. SOWDER, Gen'l Manager. Journal Building. OF J. C. McClary, UNDERTAKER. Mt Vernon Collegiate-Institut- e IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. Fall Session Opens September i, Academic, Intermediate, and 1896. , . MT.VETRIN0N LliyiE COMfPAfa'Y Special Normal "Work for Teachers. L. M. SCROGGS, Principal SSGO TOW! Primary, Departments. Manufacturers The rose btul of Ino, was among of Lime anil bri'c'k. the Big Hill girls Sunday. They also furnish L'inie, Building Mrs G. C .Clark was the guest of her Si one, either quarry face or cut. parents Mrs T.J. Ballard last week. Orders promptly filled. Miss. Alza McGuire gave a social U. V li"J5 Saturday night. All voted a good time JONAS MCKENZIE For Everything in Your correspondent was the guest of Miss Addle Phillips Saturday last. I. F. Grffin, of near Wildie, spent Saturday and Sunday last with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Stewart, of & Wildie were the guest of her parents Saturday and Sunday. Miss Martin failed to be at the social Saturday night. Mose Ang-l:is supposed to le wearing a long face. u DR. A. G. LOVEfL Surgeon, Y Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. He will give you better bargains anywhere. can be than secured Physician and MT VERNON, Office W W. g Noilh Mile Minn street WITHERS Stanford, Ky. d DR. S u B. PENNY, foie-fathe- rs rg eo n I) e ti tis t Alan-tua- Green Chiles shot and killed Joseph Gathff at Big Hill in the a edge of Madison Co. And Ilonrry STANFORD. KY Patroim from a ilistaiicaRivcn a lili-i eral discount All work guaranteed. ; Carpets, Furniture Wall Paper, Caskets and Coffins: Straw Matting all prices Prices IiaVo been reduced. kind 'call oh If in need of any thing of thti MRS. S. C. FRANKLJN. Manager, at Mt. Vernon, Ky. pended in anger above their heads; then it was thpt the knightliest of the knightly warriors, moved by a sympathy for the oppressed and the hnfortunate, and inhaling a divine , Colly r & Co. MARBLE CUTTERS, BRODHEAD, KY. iron-'dnyl- n COUIt'l-.Soeon- Monuments, Tombstones, and work of all kinds in line done on short notice at the lowest rates write for mates will send a man to you to make estimates and prices. It. II. IIAMAI, bnlosrot that esti- givo h. to-da- y - Hotel Frith. F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Located at'tlie H. B SPRATT star-eye- Brodhead, A Depot'jw Ky. Livery Attached. 'Meet all Trains, Day and Night. Best work at reasonable Traveling Men and Railroad .prices. Consult ino for esti ' men Solicited. Will fur mates on work. nish lunches on all Trains. C C. Good PAINTER Sand PAPER HANGER Wit. Verhbn, Ky. task-maste- rs Wllllnm. It. G, Wllllimi WILLTAMS & WILLIAMS, Attorueys-at-Law- MILLER HOUSE, l'o nu'rlj Neucomb Hotel ' , KY HUGH MILLER, Prop'r. MT VERNON, Ky v tie-wor- n " 'KIT VERNON, . given to collections Oilico on. 2nd iloor iu nor; brick on Church street.-- Sneclal , nttcutiQU ters, ItSTPorters meet .111 train;',. Commercial Men's Headquar- Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vkunon, Ky., Mi 9, 1S97 The June bug leaves tlio last of June bug in Mny, The bed bug tnkes his. bonnet oft", And eays, "Vte coino to stny." llio lightning Blankets, whips, spurs, etc. S W t)avis. Cole and Jitil Mrs R. A. Welsh of Withers is visiting relatives here. U. S. rarrshal has appointed two negao deputies. wjtikJir-lodfcia luit to -- Ot AT..... lt.fi f n vjumvuiti, 411.11111., dies. Hutcrtftl ut the Mt. Vernon u penitentiary for 21 years on acv Folt.olTicc 01 tec mall motltr, Some one stole a calf from Fred count of the Northfield bank robKrueger's stable one night last bery, will probably get pardons at L & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. an early date. week. Day Mail North 11:39 n of John Henziuanii, section foreman Wantmd. io.ooo pounds Day Mail South :: d:22 p in ;:; 2:12 a rrf wool, ftee from bunt, and trash. Night E'.' North at Ford, on K. C. was visting rela- , Jomas McKknzik. tivess at Maretbug during past two Night Ex. South 1:09 am He can suit you in goods and weeks. John is one of the best and J. A,- Landuum, Agent. prices. Call on S. W. Davis and see trusted employes in the departCHURCHES. them. . ment of the L & N system. Christl.ui Holds services 1st 3rl Sunday Rolla Pike who was newsbutch-in- - Andrew cud ntC:30 i. in. lcv. l'orrer lit 11 n. Bogue Thompson, pastor. on L. & N. has gone to the Brown and Win Lawson, were Southern News Co. over from Garrard attending the I'rcslotcr.un Holds services on the Itli Sunday lien-- tind nu the 1st Sunday ut LivLee Porter, of Bengc, Ky., is the Brodhead picnic Andrew liked ingston. Dr. the swing so well lie closed a guest of his brother-in-latrade fon it and will take the road Monroe Pennington. llniitist Church Services on tlio Second with it soon. Sunday nml Snuday. Saturday night The Teachers' Institute will be1 S. W. Davis can suit you in bri- - 1.n..M lnna. i. ll.A nave uuuu ui 1111: Youngci, I 1 .vho mp'M i It,' UaddVHrt iO AdOa JL0VX3 Vi This is to u o ?t3 noi ;rq & uoYou .0 u Look at label on your paper; it tells il you owe us. Send it along. Doiit throw this aside but comply with our request. Dont ask us to wait longer. vw(iP'o3 su snf( s j tjqj oijmoid :o tcd oqj m oi0 Snjqtfnii w lJ08 01 Omna mv IfiOd 'jum n pjou 03 61 M vCino semoq nj da ni vho;ko Xioao lad n'oiou la.umi : MHOA. AV3K jo 3jnjDu3;s sjiuijsscj iv i V . 1 oiv-ou- o B tll suoisnAU03' sttuq,Y 'rooijiiBtQ'ipinHojs jnos 'uon .USIJ3A3J' -- asms o ssoip. SC3U cdnsuob joj Apaiuoy. jaojjodv MUjg.nxuG'TOII iHO EETOLOLOa: - jutttuxta pjjpsritifr 111. g , express my sincere thanks to the people of Rockcastle county for their past favors and I wish to School at 'J n in every Sunday. Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights. Kcv. J C pastor. Car-niic.- MASONIC. Afililaud Lodge No. CIO meets every ond Saturday nt 1 p. in. Sec- gin on July 19th, the time selected To All Who Own Mk My by Supt. Andrew Baker. creditors are pushing me and am Miss Mattie McFerron was up compelled to press yoti, so call and from the farm this week to visit settle and relieve Me of the duty of a personal dun. her sisters, Misses Georgie and iit LOCAL Fdr some unaccountable reason receive any letSaddles, all prices by S. W. Davis The Steam drill ifian with Martin ters from our Brodhead corresponJoe Gatliff, of this county, was Hogland, boss. Murray's c'rusher dent for some weeks, yet he inHrodhead has a binning well. shot and killed at Big HilL Madihave taken up the study df medi- forms us that he has mailed them son county, Saturday afternoon by Rev. McDonald was here Tues- cine. regularly every week except on one Gfreen Chiles, of Jackson county. day. W. D. Wallen,- of Crab Orchard, accasion. We must and will have Chiles mounted his horses" d fled, T. J. Nichols was in froni Cedar-vill- o who has been a subscriber to the Brodhead news and are now at pursued by Henry Ramey, a half Monday. Signal since it started renews his work to ascertain wherethe trouble brother of Gatliff. After 1 two- new girl at W. B. allegiance. is that has deprived us of them for mile chase Chiles was overtaken There is a and killed hw T?n,nnv wlin firpd Smith's. solong. The Lancaster fair occurs on The the horse Chiles was riding. Squire Henry Brannaman was July 16 and A short time since a brick 17th you can see the horse fell and rolled over on Chiles here Monday. iair and the circus for one price of chimney in this place was stolen who begged for his life. Ramey Clever Gus Stewart was here bn admission. during the night. The editor went consented not to kill him. Chiles Tuesday last. home for dinner a few days ago was and taken to Richmond Bruce Richardson, of Conway, M. 1. Brinkley was in from Martin Hoagjard and Win McIIarge and found some one .had hooked lodged in jail. We failed to learn the pump from the well. We at the particulars of the killing. GatlLouisville Tuesday. of Pine Hill, were at Brodhead once nailed down, chained and iff had the reputation of being an John Buchanan died at Crab Saturday. locked the cook siove to the floor, upright, honest man. Orchard last week. John Shaw Kdmiston the candy loadedthe '"hoss" pistol and awaited J. C. Taylor is blacksmithing man of Crab Orchard was at developments. ,'The pump came MIDDLE FORK, KYr near Level Green. Saturday's picnic makiug delicious back." One of the neighbors had borrowed it. Dan Holdam, of Crab Orchard, sweetmeats. Cropslook well in this section. was here during the week. The Mineral of T. J. Coffee wil Our experience with- Building 'ftffwHoward had a mule and S. W. Davis can moke you a first be preached at the Christian church and Loan Associations has proved horse stolen from his pasture last at Wildie, on the Fourth Sunday to be very cosily. While we are class pair of boots or shoes. week, in this mbnth. ready to say there are solne good Isaac Baker, son of Joseph Baker, The Sunday School here gave a features in some of them, the bad was sent to Lexington Asylum. a talented Harry Brownlee, e picnic at the Christian church points them by long Mrs. Polly Maftin and children, 3'oung gentleman of Lebanon, was odds. For instance the payment grounds on July 41I1. of Rowland are visiting relatives the guest of the Misses McFerron of $266 interest for the use of James Morris is still electioneer on Sunday last. here. $482 for four years. That's our ing; But tor a cuncrenr. purpose The statement in last weeks issue experience as a borrower. Now of that he has been for all spring V. C. Mullius the Livingston and Fri- of the Republican that I had govthe Associations are giving it to Withers merchant was in Gooch ernment license to sell whisky is borrowers and investors alike. John Lear returned from day last. land a few days' since where he false. J. J. Cook. Thank.the good Lord we are clear Prof. Dickerdn and Miss Gedr: of Mrs. of them and will be burnt no more, has been in the interest gie McFerron will teach the LivWe mailed a number of bills on Mary Lease's pension claim. though we sympathize with the ingston school. July st. Those receiving them many good people who have been Rev. Joseph R. Tussey and wife, re earnestly requested to sen d in Mrs. Judge John B. Pish liaS Nancy, two of the best old people duped by these cormorants. from a visit to parents at the money without delay. in the world, are here from Athens, Last Saturday, Brodhead had her Ky., to spend the hot summer Williamsburg. Stanford's two banks are the best picnic, which was largely attended months. Jop McCall has fresh country managed instiutions in the blue from all portions oi Rockcastle ground corn meal, also gro- grass and they control mdst ol of this county, and adjoining counties. A good The Republicans Rockcastle's banking business. ceries all at low prices. (Jackson), have nominated a time was had by the crowd until for County Judge and one The Southeast Kentucky Medical Jonas McKcnenzie is age"nt for the well on the grounds gave out. for Sheriff; and we contemplate Aassociation nieets at Livingston the Champion mowing machines Owing to the excessive hot weathand Birdsell Wagons now on er it was very disagreeable, to get electing Judge Martin for County at 10 a. in. to day. Attorney next fall. We will then jul2tf. out of the shade. One of the very Mrs. Ed Woodall went to Hazle hands. have Jackson county under Demopleasant features of the entertainPatch; Saturday to attend the burial Miss Ida May Adams leaves cratic rule. The Republicans are ment was a speech from our matchof Mr Geo. Carpenter. tomorrow for Klizabethtown where about bursted in this county; they less orator, R. G. Williams, which she will take part in a Demorest can never cry a majority of 1,329 This office turned out a good was replete with patriotic ideas, batch of job work this week for contest and thence I'd 'the Nashville delivered in a manner that caught any more as thev did last Novem' ber. R. S. Martin the Brodhead tobacco Centennial. the large audience, many of whom man. A. P. Pcndltdn of Rowlad took came miles on purpose to hear you a good the trip to the reunion of the U. C. him. F. F. Bobbitt also received Let S. W. Davis make BRODAEAD saddle, bridle or set of harness and Veterans at Nashville. 'He has applause when deliering his orabeen thinking of going into the tion on Americau liberty. be happy inknowing you have lumber buisness. work David Ccrter is quite sick. republican Jodgh Buknam, The picnic her e was a giand Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Branna- member of Court of Appeals from Mrs. N.ancy Hooker, accompanied Misses Lina and man. of WiJdie, and Mrs. Tobe this distirct, had a street fight at success. by her sisters, Clara Kennedy, are visiting Mrs. Lair, of Livingston, were the Richmond Friday, or more prop Born to the wife of W. C. Cable guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. erly possibly, it might be called a a girl on tbe 28th. M. C. Williams. Franklin, Tuesday last. street whip. The trouble gfew out Miss Brana Baker, of Junction A very heavy rain which was a cloud-burR. S. Martin, the man who has of the fact that Burnam prevailed City is the guest of Miss Nannie fell in portions regular of this county Monday night. gained a big reputation on Brod on some over zealous republican Yeadon. MadiConsiderable damage was dtfne to head tobacco, is doing a big lot of and boltocrat directors of the A number of our people contemBank, of which he crops and fences, especially in the advertising by Jtin signs, also by son National plate attending the ordination at neatly tagging each twist that is was president up to his canididacy, bottom lauds. Crab Orchard Sunday to subscribe $500 of the institutions made fn his factory. The infant of Ezra nd ;jMary A. R. Scott, of Calera Ala., was funds to aid in his election. SettleOur thanks arc due J. J. Mulline, ment day came last week and Shival was buried at the Maretburg here Monday looking tip the lime B. Deatherage, who is a burying ground Friday last. business. It is likley lie and our A. E. Albright, R. H. Hainm, G. P. hustling contractor, Fritz Krueger Ramsey, Fulleu Francisco. J. H. leading emocratic director, object The Methodist church is Hearing This completion. Services will be held and go DtiniV, W. S. Cummins and others ed to such use of the funds. will foim a into tke business '611 a large scale. for co'urtesies extended while at precipitaed a quarrel and the result Saturday night and Sunday. Brodhead Saturday last. was that when the men met on the has Dr. J. W. Lawrence Miss Gracie McCall, of Mt. Coffey street aftwards, Mr. Deatherage The will of the late T. J. added to his outfiit a couple of dozVernon, was the guest of Mollie and L. T. landed two vigorous blows with his en forceps for extracting teeth and was set aside by the court fist on the appellate judge's antomy Carter Saturday and Sunday is now ready to do tooth pulling Stewart was appointed administrator Mi and Mrs James Hamilton, of W. G. Hiattand J. B. before thejudge could do anything painlessly or otherwise as desired J. more than pretest. Deathirage was Lancaster, were the guests of Mrs. by patients with troublesome Lair were appointed appraisers to an old Confederate soldier. J. Thos Cherry Saturday last. set apart the widow's share, teeth. we have failed 10 -over-balauc- 0 OTHERWISE. was lip from Stanford, Saturday. He still looks after a large practice in this county Dr, E. J. Brown A; PKNNINGTON. passed on recent compliments my removal. I can truthfully say when you want friends tried and true, there is no place under the cycle of the sun where truer, more patriotic, and faithful can be found than in Rociccastle. So while I am in the body I am absent with you in spirit and long delib eration has covincccl me that I can be of more service to you in the future than ever in the past. K. J. Brown. vjinisrijnfflsj(Ltiojvto!i SHE HO SI '. f.i fDjauiRjou ounjtljoft'mmao ssou. xnnpu suiDiuoa-jsoupuc o 1 j. o a itvM. jlom; -- mjl33H3'U01)S3?JQS3OI"Cy mmmmm:m dO -- jo siawogpuo sqroraoig z 3ui L'jngaapiropooijr.n jjuncpjis HHfLiVNOIS -jojiiojipjcday ojqi?) 08 irT.lijIllKMiTTIMIJJIIIM M iil'l, sy 3HX XVHX J n 2JEiZISai'l rui'i 40 Minutes Between Trains SAVE MONEY ON PURCHASES. f Seyeraoce Large Stock, Polite Attention. and Roberts Married. Arch Miss Lute of near Gutusul-phc- r on Tuesday last. & Son, &Y... Clothing. Shoes, 1 STAFFORD, Low Offer many advantages to purchasers of Dry Goods, Hats, Carpets. &c. r, Prices. It will pay you to sec them. Subscribe Now! - tb-v- Mr. aud Mrs Raymond H azledon THE:M;:;:;and Fisher Hughes, of Lancaster, visited the Albright family here last week. We are authorized by some of directrs of R. Co. Fair Associtiau to say that the Fair Associatian and the picnic Co ate two separate Associates and that the former had nothing to do with the picnic more than to rent the grounds to them for that one day and that they regret very much that the picnic Company faild to furnish the large crowd that gathered on that occasin with plenty of water and other necessary comforts so that all might have had an enjoyable day but that is past now and can only be atoned for in the luture which they will amply do at the fair day fur nishing every body with plenty of good water and other ueccssary comforts that could be expected at fair anywhere and any cordiallv invites every body to Brodhead to the fairwhete they hearty welcome. shall receive first-class 11 1 WEEKLY LOUISVILLE DISPATCH DEMOCRATIC m NEWSPAPER. Detn-oca- rt A STRAIGHT o f rcct Market Koports. Correct Court Koports, Reliable News Reports. Honest Editorial Policy. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH AND One year for $1.65. LOUISVILLE 'nil SIGNAL I first-cla- ss For Democratic Nomine os, For Interest of Masses, All Latest Telegraph Nowsr For For Fret) C oiniige ofSilvor Chiciigo riatform, TO tftJRH A COLU IN ONK DAY st Take Laxative Bromo Quine Ta All Latest State News. lets. All druggists relund money All Latest Market Koports, if it fails to cure. For sale by M. C. & D. N. Williams and Win. Weber druggist 27-6- 111 J. W. LAWRENCE, HHi'MStt?rJW mSAiL. RO YEARS CXPEKIBNOIL. Hi isa!w y "i Bl 1 J Physician and Surgeon, Mt. Vkrnon, - - KkntuckTv. Special attention given to the EYE. Office on Main street neai Post-office. ' t' - , , COPVRICMTO Ac .t i.a..1. ., 4n...lrMnti nmv oulchlrntcertiiln, froo,wlietUer mi Invention l liiohnbly rmtontHble. Communications ttrlctlr puteuU joutldcritlal. Olrtcst neencj rnri-nrln'i liavo a WulilmitMi oitlct". In America. U . .. TRADE MARKS. DESIQHS. tpccliil ii Mm In tlio Tallinn trj.cn Mitnn 4. to SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, toxuttfully Hliutratcd, lirecJt circulation ct curt nr scloiitillo lournnl. weekly, terras f3.UI o11 A.ND Upoclnicn copies urnl 814) bK uiniitl.. boo& o 1'ATI.VM tout lice. Addreta MUNM & CO., 301 Uroudnav, Nuw York. Jf Wbo can think of omo slmpto An tlilur to patent! Prntnre vnnr lilca! thrr may brine you wealth. i. CO.. Patent Write JOHN WfcUDEKUURN Wcibtncton, U. C, tor their i,600 prUO oner . . and llu ot two UuuOrvJ Ivvuutlona wanted.. Wanted-- Idea Attor-Lej- t,l .v w.y :i , f IkMZL. I VM f? Wji '"I. , s ik - ;i BEAUTY IS BLOOD DEEP. ".W t'orr, Itcnlthr j V dIHous blood, dyspeptic stomach, has pirn pics and liver spots and a sole leather complexion. No one with a furred tongue, n bad breath, a jaundiced eye, enn be beautiful, no matter how perfect ore form and features. To be beautiful, to become beautiful, or rcmiin beautiful, the blood must be kept pure and free from bile, microbes, disease-germ- s and other impurities Cascarcts Candy Cathartic will do it for you quickly, surely, naturally. They never grip nor gripe, but make the liver lively, prevent sour stomach, kill disease-germs- , tone up the bowels, purify the blood, and make all things right, as they should be. Then beauty comes of itself and to stay. Buy and try Cascarcts It's what they do, not what we say they do, that will please you. All druggists, 10c, 25c or 60c, or mailed for price. Send for booklet and free ramplc. Address Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago, Montreal, Can., or New York. Blood aiemiH Ilonutlf nl Complexion Intestinal Mtcrolicn 1'olnon the UIooil When the Ilowels Arc ConHtlpatetl. Drlvo'Tliem Out by MnklnR I lie Liver Lively. "Hcauty is skin ilccp." That is wrong. Beauty is blood deep. A person constipated, with n lazy liver, lORE'OUTRAGES Wealthy Cubans Arrested and Hurried Off to Jail. Their Homes Invaded by Troops and Inmates Shamefully Treated. Fourteen Children Arrcateil find I'ut In l'rlsou at "Abettor of the Ilebelllon" The American Colony In Cuba Intuited Dally In the Papers. New York, July 0. A dispatch to tho Journal und Advertiser from says: A caustic editorial in La Yoz dc Cuba complaining of WeyleVs illiberal np-- . plication of the political amnesty in commemoration of tho king's birthday, has brought to the newspaper prompt suppression. Tho publisher has been lined nnd the editor is under arrest. Tho Madrid pictorial paper, Blanco Y Negro, has been excluded from circulation in Cuba on account of its reproduction of American caricatures ridiculing Weylor's reconstruction policy. Miss Wilborforce, tho British Red Cross delegate, recently nrrlvod in Havana, has sent u strong appeal to England for money contributions to enables the Spanish Red Cross association to increase the hospital facilities in the cities and towns nnd to extend tho worlc to tho government outports in tho interior. Seven hundred and seventy ill and wounded Spanish troops have embarked for home at Gen. Weylor's request, to make room in the hospitals for tho new fever and smallpox victims who are strickon down from day to day. Miss Wilberforce still hopes to persuade Gen. Woylor to permit the the hospitals and impartial treatment of wounded Cubans who nre captured nnd held as prisoners of war, awaiting court-martiand sentences of death or deportation. A Jucaro Moron dispatch to El Diaro 'tie la Marina reports tho defeat of a party of rebel Amazons neai the cenLin-vnde-cr- KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. hi If hJ Irish girls One of the recently-arriveobtained a situation in a fashionable house on Madison avenue, where there is a telephone, something that was utterly unknown to Bridget. After she had been in the house a day or two she appeared before her mistress, with her wardrobe under her arm, and said: "Oi'm after lavin' yer, mum." "This is rather sudden, Bridget," remarked her mistress. "Can't you remain a day or two until I supply your place?" "Not another hour, mum. Me sowl is e quite distressed out of me. There is a in the house." Tammany Times. d ban-sne- An Actnnl Occurrence. Summer Tonr Via Ills Four lloute, To the Mountains, Lakes and Seashore, Special Low Rates will be in elTect to Putin-Islands of Lake Erie, Lake ChautauBay, ? Detroit, Benton Harbor, Jit. Clemens, Mackinac and Michigan Hcsorts. T6 the' Northwest nnd West via St. Louis and Chicago. For rates, routes, J,ime of trains nnd full particulars appj to any agent "Big Four," or address JO. O. McCor- micR, I'assenger I rathe .Manager Big .tour, Cincinnati,, U. - ton. lo tnc ureat Toledo, italics, uievelaiul, can-dusk- y, j" s. Up to Ilia Looks. On? of the many private secretaries at tho national capital is still new to his honors. One day a newspaper woman, full of business, bursWnto the olfice of this secretary's chief. The great man was out. "Can you tell me when he will be in?" she asked. "Really," drawled the clerk, $! haven't an idea." "Well," said the newspaper woman, as she turned to go, "I must say you look Washington Post. s farminz lands in South Dakota, onlv one rjde from Chicago." 'Bountiful croni of Whca.t, Corn, Harley and Flax reward the soil. Ah .t$p5cU'1jiiid dairy oun-trtiller e South Dakota lcadsall tb&world. First- class farmlands witlynaarby .markets can now be bouj;ht;forum'$lu41'J, $! allll 'Tpwards, perSnfi.reTinid thislimthc time to invest. I' or Wrthergpjrrieulari write to Oco. II. Heaflord, GencraljPasQnger Agent, Chicago, Milwaukee, & StSlPaul Railway, Old Colony Building, ChicSRojjril. (THvyv qf-thy m m Between heed Time nnd Ilurvest la a good opportunity to enquire about quirer, Mr. Asbury Pepper. "Matrimony," said the sweet girl boarder, , "is a holy rite." , Asbury Peppers; "Why, then'-askewithj'thc air of a man sure of his ground, "why,, then, is it that so many who marry find they are wholly left?" Cincinnati End A VPfc. -- war Sonnd Itcnuon for Approvnl. There are several cogent reasons why the medical piofession leiommend and the public prefer Ilostcttcr's Stomach Bitters above the ordinary cathartics. It docs not drench and weaken the bowels, but assists rather than forces nature to act; it is botanic and safe; its action is never preceded by an internal earthquake like that pioduced by a drastic purgative. For foity- five years past it hair been a household remedy for liver, stomach and kiduty "t' trouble. a i 3 m ial I wonder if Great Editor (meditatively) It wouldn't pay for us to start a religious department in our Sunday edition? Managing Editor It might. I've got a jokes scrap book at home full of first-ratnbout bishops. N. Y. Weekly. e It MlRht Fay. t ,V a powder for the feet. Allen's Foot-EasIt.curcs painful, swollen, smarting feet and instantly takes the sting out of corns and bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery makes tight or Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois of the age. Allen's Foot-Easnew bIiocs feel easy. It is a certain cure for and this when the collieries were runweating,vXpllous, hot, tired, aching feet. ning at less than half their capacity. .1 Sold by all druggists and Try it hoe atdK$Sc. Trial package FREE. If this general strike is inaugurated and tho West Virginia miners keep at S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. Write tpWn work, West Virginia coal will find new ,.Floored AKiiln. markets and the stato will be ablo to Mr. Hicks A burned child dreads tho hold these markets after tho strike fire, you know, Melissa. Mrs. Hicks Well, that's where a burned child has the advantage over a man who FIVE LIVES LOST bets on horse races. Cleveland Leader. Long LUt of .Maimed Persons, tha And N.stai Tobacco." i lletalt of the Fourth, of July Celebra. f " As von chcvaaH t!a ccc xor pleasure, nso tion at Chicago. AbMia nglWi y tbcbcst.liut the most Star. Chicago, July claimed the.chcapcst. lastinXnd tflgrptc ire five lives Monday anTT thoro was an inTed are certainly as unfair with their unusually long list of maimed and as tncyare witli.prominent ofii- - jured people as a result of tho Fourth neishbi of JutJ?celebrations.- ciais the; napgjwto dislike Atchison Globe. TlicMead: JamesJKY. Kceno, found S? dendjfh vr: back JB-d- , struck on the Fiso's Curcjor Cons' itnastjpn'lias no equal jetJlgJjy- hisstray bunot; Chas. Smith, -a as a uugRt isruiuinc ,FSSl. Abbott. 383 .Jrjghtenod by the oxplosion of a giant bencca St., BiiUalo, N. Y.Jiay 0, 1891. Uroci'ackor and fell out of a second No matter in what part-o- f the house a L'stdHLwlndow; John Hoffweter, eight man leaves things, a woman will always yeora old, killed by the explosion of move them. Washington Democrat. powder in a glass bottle which he held in his hands;;. John Thoinuau years Ilnll'n Cntnrrlt Cure old, killed in oxafhicajBmanner Is taken internally. Price 75c. as Hoffweter; WmftAlW3JPit years "It's your next move," as the chess play-e- r old, clothing ignited byfiruicrackers, said to his balky horse. causing fatal burns. About 40 peoplo were slightly injurod during tho day. Will Cloae Mat Their llnalnem. Tokonto, Ont, July 6. McLean & Ockley, one of the largest bicycle firms o In Its thousands of forms is tho most affliction of tho human raco. .Salt in Canada, havo decided to close out rheum, sores, eruptions, bolls, all humors, their business, tho reason given ihat swellings, etc., orlglnato In Its foul taint, breaks in the prices of high grade nnd aro cured by tho great and only Truo United States whools will provont Blood Purine Hood's Sarsaparllla. Tho their firm from continuing manufacadvanced theory of today that tuberturing at a profit. Itis said that sevculosis, or consumption, Is curablo by eral other Canadian firms will follow proper nutrition, care and purifying tho their example. blood, finds confirmation in tho experience) Tiro Children Drowned,. of many who have been cured by Montueai., July 0. Two young children named Osborno were drowned in tho St Lawrence at Hochelaga Sunday. A young man named Alfred Bry-soHood's Pills euro sick headache. 25c. n in this city, was drownod while swimming in the rivor at bault Aux Kecouot Sunday morniptS WHERE All ELSE FAILS. ing. Bryson was an export swimmer, Deal uoum ojrup. Timet Good. Cm I iu lime. Bom brdruffKlBtii. but was carried away by tho swift cur. rent la eight of his friends. e y Shake Into Yanr Shoeu of Senorita Florentine, tho captain. Tho moment the news roached Gen. tWeyler at Mnnzanillp, ho telegraphed ordering her release. "FIVE DROWNED. A Pleasure Steamer Kutu Down a Skiff nt ,.Little ItocU, Ark. Little Rock, Ark., July 0. A terrible accident occurred on the river Monday night, which resulted in tho drowning of five people. Tho drowned are: Miss Josie Sanders, aged 18, of Little Rock; Miss Mary Arber, ag"ed 10, of Little Rock; Jake Dante, of Pino Bluff, and Joe Dante, of Pine Bluff. Miss Arber was the daughter of Mrs. C. Arber and was prominent in Jewish society circles in this city. Miss Sanders was a beautiful young lady of this city. Miss Senders, Miss Arber and tho Danjo brothers were in a skiff on the river where they had gone to view tho fireworks boing set on! from the center of the new bridge. When tho pyrotechnic display was over the pleasure steamer U. K. Riggs started on an excursion up the river and ran down tho skiff, throwing all tho occupants into tho water. NCPlNDICATION That the Miners or West Virginia 'Will Go tf 'Uut on a Strike at Treaent. CitAitESTON, W. Va., July C Chief Mine Inspector J. W. Paul, who has been keening ir: tnnnh with thft nnv- coal fields in West Virginia, said iwojinuy mat more is at present no MiJaication that tho miners of this state ''witljjo out. "This, Hie said, "is West Virginia's opportunity to find new markets for her coaL If the miners of other neighboring states go out and there is a suspension of coal production in those states West Virginia can very nearly supply the demand. In 1805 West Virginia produced one-fift- h of all the coal produced in tho states of West Virginia', Pennsylvania, -- tral trocha and announced tho capture .? 9B Scrofula tcr-ribl- Hood's Sarsaparllla n, well-know- i Mils. Nki Palfukv, formerly of Louisville, secured a divorce from her husband iu Now York. Palfrey was Report of a Veteran Horticuformerly an actor. lturist on the Matter. County Judge Rose, of Williamsburg, refused to try Dan Curry, who killed Drummer John Corloy, on the Prospects of Its ProHtablo Growth ground that tho prisoner had already in South Carolina Promising. been tried by tho coronor. Mil. John W. Ykiikks, one of Sena-tor Deboe's slate candidates, was nom- A Small Colored School Where Tea DcU-In- g In Included inated to bo collector of Internal rov In the Curriculum qnuo for the Eighth Kentucky disEatabllihed In bummarfleld Competition With Cheap Lobnr. trict. The livery men of Lexington met Washington, July 0. Secretary of the other afternoon and reduced the rate of funeral carriage hiro from $4 Agriculture Wilson has received a reto Si 50. This was occasioned by a cut port from a veteran horticulturist who ho sent recently to investigate the tea in the rates by It'll. Wilson. The Louisville post oUlcc was trans- farming industry carried ou at S. C. with a view to ascerferred to Dr. T. II. Baker tho other taining tho prospects of profitable aftornoon Mits. Pauline Widmeii and her growth of tho ta plant in this coundaughter committed suicide at Owens-bor- o try should it be decided to Introduce it hero as an industry. The report says by drinking carbolic ncld. A .masked robber looted n toll houso tho labor quotum is tho most importnear Nlcholasvlllc, intimidating tho ant in the economics of this buslnoss keeper's wife with a drawn revolver In this country It estimates the minimum costs about eight times as much while he robbed the place. Mcado County Deposit bank will to pick one pound of tea in South The go iuto liquidation. , All creditors of Carolina as tuat paid for the samo service in Asia. Tho capital production tho bank will bu paid. of leaf, out, depends The Three Rivers Flouring milts at rain fall it K pointed In tho soil. on or moisture In Paducah, idle for many months, will districts favored with sulllclcnt heat resume operations shortly. or rains, the plants furnish from 1.1 to Ont. of the most remarkable gather- 20 pickings yearly In ings of old people occurred tho other Carolina fields which wore tho South reunion at tho conservation of molsturo Inspected, day nt the Swnngo-Trlmbl- c by drainan old homestead near Hazel Green, ing is enhanced by systematic surfneo tho Trimble family consists of nine culture, winch largely brothers aud sisters, whoso aggregate evaporation of moisture prevents tho from tho upages foot up G(H years, the youngest per stratum of soil and sseurcs u gain being Frank Trimble, of Memphis, equivalent of a fall of 15 inches Ten n , who is .10 years old, and the of rain. Tho report suggests that it eldest Mrs. Evaline McGuirc, of I seemed impracticable to compoto with aged 8'J. The Swango faintly tho cheap Oriental while consists of seven brothers and sisters, some of the processcs-o- laborand development whoso aggregate ages is Oil years. havo been delegatedf to muchiuory, Harrison hwango, tho eldest, is 8. tho picking tho leaves, requiring years old, and has never taken a dose discrimination of in "selection, has to bo In his life. Both tho of uiedlciuo done by hand. The problem has been fathers of these two remarkable fam- ingeniously met in tho southern field ilies lived to be centenarians. by establishing a small colored Thk other morning about 5 o'clock, school wh'ero tea picking is included as .Mrs Win. Patrick, of Old Cluy City, in the curriculum, and thu young was getting breakfast for her husband, scholars after some Instruction prove a little son pulled a kcttlo of hot wa- good pickuri. Only the most delicate ter olf tho stove onto himself. The loaves are selected, so as to find n child w.is scalded so badly that it died readier trade than tho imported proiu nu hour. duct Seeds have been imparted from CnxiitM. Crrv is to havo a bottling all tea regions, especially from high establish in'iuiL d A altitudes. vegetation of A Va.nciuu'UO woman has just found of tho seeds Is a general a gold charm which she lostut a plcuio average, and the loss of a whole in IbO'.'. Importation is no novelty. The most Om: hundred men are out of employpromising variety was brought from ment by reason of tho burning of the Uarjelling from an elev.ition of 3,000 Memphis Coal Co s fau houso at fcef, and this combines hardiness with good-sizedelicate, leaf. With thu A bpixiu. from Middlcsboro snys: careful pruning truatm.-n- t "in vojjno John ilson, tho wealthiest citizen in tho report says tho plant! should reClay esiunty, was shot and killed from tain their pristine vigor for 40 yours Ho had instead of four. The care ul pruning ambush the other morning. onco been tried for murder and nc- - is the mist costly manipulation in quitted. It is thought friends of tho the whole management As to tho fumurdered man believed Wilson guilty ture of tea culture in tho United Stut.-- s and killed him. and the encouragement for Itscxtcntion Tin: Woodford fiscal court has pur- trto report quotes tho promotor of tho chased the last turupiku iu thu county South Carolina tea Ileitis us saying and roads aru now free. that if ho was UQyears younger ho Pii:hci: G. WiNst.ow, member of a would plant AOO acres as rapidly as he prominent family, has been myster-ioust- y could rrocuro tho plants; this Indimissing from Carrolltou Ho cated nis faith in tea r.ilslng ns a left his hor.su and buggy at Worthvlllo, profitable industry. The report urges saying lli.il ho would return nc.t day tho development of knowledge as to from Louisville. Tho theory of foul tea raising by means of schools of inplay is generally accepted. struction. Tin: Fayette county fiscal court has Washinoton, July 0. Mr. John Rusabout decided to replace tho court- sell Young, tho new librurian. filed his house, which was so badly damaged bond, received his commission and by fire recently, with an entirely new took office on Saturday. In convers building, at n cost of about SbOU). tlon with n reporter Mr Young sala O. It. IIaitv has withdrawn from thathu accepted tho office in tho hope tho race for tho Maylield post olllcu of making the library tho greatast in The government had and L. W. Keys uill probably bo ap tho world. built a palace, the finest library buildpointed. Tmi.vriKR raiders burned several ing in existence, nnd the American peobridges on tho Berea and Kingston plo could easily mako it tho first oLall and Richmond und Rig Hill pike. 'J he national libraries. Mr. Young said that tho president outbreak was not expected, ns the county is buying the pikes as fast as had instructed him to make his appossible. 'J ho committee, nppointcd pointments slowly and with the utby tho fiscal court to buy the pikes most care; to consider in each candl-didat- e nothing but special fitness to was in session the other day, and it Is probable that several places will bu remember that the institution was unique and technical, and that when purchased. 'I iik oldest woolen mill west of tho the appointments wcro (undo tho presiAllegheny mountains was knocked dent would cover thorn into the civil down nt miction n few days ago when service. It had givjn Mm tho greatest pleasthe establishment of Loud &. Itios. , on tho corner of Water street and Ayres ure, Mr. Young remarked, to continue alloy, Lexington, was sold by master Mr. Spofford. He has known him incommissioner to A. M. Spotswood for timately for many yenri, und realizes SO, GUI). The mill had been In operation tho value of his experience nnd ability. Ml. Young added that he had resolved 70 years, PlioMi.NRNT Lexington capitalists on no other appointments as yet. Ho had taken tho olllej without a have boon sued for back taxes. Wir.KV liuilllAllT), colored, was shot promise or obligation of any kind. It changes at Central City by an unknown tramp. was not his intention to mako;or cause. Niiohto.v fc Day's big sawmill at in tho present service except Valley View has closed down for an Two Men. Killed on the Crnmilnir, period. Buffalo, N. Y., July 0. A special Louisvii.i.k polico are at sen over six train on tho Western New York and murders which occurred in that city Pennsylvania railroad, carrying the within four days members of the Paul Boynton SpecSamukl J. Savi.kk was nomiua,ed for ialty Co., from Buffalo to Limo Lake, circuit judge by tho democrats of the near Rochester, struck a carriage con!J4th district. taining Robert Doster, of South Wales, W. L. Gkiokh, of Ashland, left S100,-00- 0 and George Lnney, of Bennington, county, at a level to thu American Tract society in Wyoming South Wales crossing his will. Relntives will contest. near , Sunday. Tho train Tin: niw People's bank, of Bards-town- about noon will bo ready for business on was moving nt a high rate of speed, July 1. and tho men were ground to pieces, Kki.i-f.portions of their bodies being strown Bnos , grocers and saloon-istmado an assignment at New Cas- along tho track for a mile. tle a fow days ago. Tlivre Tiu Nu Lyiii'hlnc Miss Jkn.nik D. Pattkiison is a reSt. Louis, July 0. Ras Brown, the candidato for school superinpublican Negro, who It was announced was tendent in Hancock county. near Villa Ridge, Saturday Miss Sakaii Cjxii., tho insane heir- lynched alive. After capturing him is ess who has been sturving herself nt night,took him into tho woods supposmen the Phoenix hotel in Lexington,' has edly to lynch him. Instead they been taken to the home of her sister at turned the Negro over to deputy sherGeorgetown. and returning to town gavo out the Rki'oiits from tho wheat crop aro al- iffs lynching story. This allayed excitemost uniformly favorable. ment and prevented tho formation 'of Aiiout two and a half miles north- a raob. In tho meantime the Negro of St. Charles is tho sito of the was kept hidden. At midnight ho was west oldest houso of worship within the o'lrnn nuietlv to Union, tho eountv lines of what is now Hopkins county. seat, and placed in jail to await trial. It was established about the year 1813, American Jllnhnpa Trcacli In Loudon. nnd was known ns the Cano Run London, July 0. Several American church, taking tho name from a small bishops preached in London Sunday. branch running near by, which still bears the name of Cane Run. Tho Bishop Potter, of New York, at Westbuilding has long sinco disappeared minster abboy, tho bishops of Albany .wl Tnwa at St. Paul'K cathedral nnd nnd nothing now remains, save a mound formed by tho fallen chimney, others elsowhero. All dwelt upon the need oi a reui growtn iu religion ana to mark tho spot. feeling on both sides of the A nkw masonic lodgo has been ImU fraternal AUuntfc- tuted at Burgiu, a Sum-murilelte.it-tyvill- e, one-thirBe-vic- r. y s, TEA FARMING. GAVE THE WATIER HIS FEE. An Irnsclblc Mnn'a Iftnornnco of tho Law G'ontn Hint n Mlicrnl Tip, The globular and florid old gentleman, as he Bat down at the table, pulled a dollar bill out of his pocket, deliberately tore it in two, handed one piece to tho waiter, replaced the other in his pocket, and said: "Walter, if I am satisfied, vou get the other half. Do you understand f" "Yes, sir," replied tho functionary, and became, as assiduous as a mother with her first child. But for some inexplicable reason the old icntlcman crew more and more dissatisfied as his meal progressed, until, as he aroso from tho table, ho simply scowled angrily at the expectant waiter. "Excuse me, sir, tho waiter insinuated obsequiously. "Naw," snarled the old fellow in reply. "Oh, yes; I think you will," observed tho waiter, his backbone visibly stiffening. "Don't you be impudent, young man," advised tho old fellow, threateningly. "Don't you be a chump," advised tho waiter, contemptuously. "Why, why, wh at?" screamed the old gentleman, swelling like an enraged turkey cock. "I'll I'll report you for insolence, you you villain!" "I don't think you will," retorted the waiter, calmly and firmly. "Conic, hand over the other half of this bill. I need a dollar to go to the theater." "Explain yourself, you rascal," demanded the old fellow, a great and portentous calm enveloping him. "Now, what docs this mean?" "It means at' this minute you nre a lawbreaker, sir," replied the waiter, suavely. 'Mutilating the currency is a crime, and you have mutilated a dollar bill. Therefore, unless I get the dollar you'll bo pinchud. See?" As the waiter pocketed the dollar, ho smiled. Cincinnati Enquirer. but" During the Tennessee Centennial ana In' tcrnational Imposition nt Nashville, Tcnn., a low tc special tariff has been established fnr fhn sale of tickets from Cincinnati and other terminal points on tho Queen & Crescent Route. Tickets are on sale daily until further no tice to Chattanooga at $0.75 one way or $7.20 round trip from Cincinnati, the round trip tickets being good seven day's to returns other tickets, with longer return' .limit, at fto on nil nl S1.1 fin fnr 1 h rnuml trin. These rates cnablo tho public to visit! Nashville and other Southern points ntraiej never beforo offered. Vcstibulcd trains of the finest class nro at tho disposal of tho passenger, affording ft most pleasant trip, and enabling one to visit tho very inters esting scenery and important ! H.I l.nl Pli.KnnnniH T.nntmllt AlnllTl. tain and Chlekamauga National Military J Park. Tickets to Nashville to visit tne Centennial can he repurchased at Chattanooga for $3.40 round trip. Ask your ticket agent for tickets via Cincinnati and the Q. & C. Route South or write to W. C. IUNKARSON, Gcn'l Pass'r Agent, Cincinnati, O. battle-ground- flitccn fc Crescent. . . , MlNtnkc nml Mlntnlccs. It was tho eve of their bridal day. "Perhaps, after nil," he faltered, gazing tenderly yet seriously down into her lus-- 1 trous eyes, "we shall make a mistake in marrying." "How you frighten me, TCdwiny' she ex-- 1 claimed, with a shiver. "Come, let us ngain, and make nssuranco doubly sure." Detroit .Journal. , j ' -- - Over n Ton n Day, LaBt year 425 tons of steel were used by the Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, Ct., in the manufacture of rillcs and shot guns. This enormous amount rep repents a consumption of over a ton a day. This information may surpribc people who are not familiar with the great demand for Winchester guns, hut it will nut anyone who has used a Winchester, for they the cxccllcnce nnd popularity of this make of gun., Winchester guns and Winchester ammunition aro unequalled for tlieir many points oi superiority, unilorm-itand reliability arc watchwords with the Winchesters" and the results their guns mid ammunition give show the great care taken in manufacturing them. Send for a largo illustrated catalogue free. y FHIL Every ingredient in Hires Rootbccr is health alio blood is ntviiiK. 'improved, the nerves soothed, the stomach I benefited by this delicious beverage. Shlrt-Wiil- nt DnmnRCn. First Summer Resorter Isn't that Choi-li- e Bowled just horrid? 1 hadn't known him for a day when he tried to kiss me. Second Summer Resortcr And me, too. But it Is only business with him. His father owns the laundry. Indianapolis Journal. "There are n great many laws on the statute books which don't seem to command much attention," remarked the political "Young man." replied Senator nrghum, "you aro looking in the wrong place. Some of those laws may not nmov-n- t to much in statute hooks. Hut they have made n heap of difference in bank books." Washington Star. HIRES Rootbeer Quenches the thirst, tickles the palate ; full of snap, sparkle and effervescence. A temperance drink for evervbodv. Tb Chit!.. 11 ill lm nJ t7 pIt UirE. IIuib Co., PblUtclfMt. uvuaa A mate, free from malaria, an abun dance1 of pure water, a'soll In order not to be an exception to the which is unsurpassed' foi rule, Uuihollard ion down his mother-in-law- . richness, and is easily cultii "Briefly, what have you against her?" asked his friend, impatiently. "Her daughvatcu, yielding all vater," was the laconic reply. L'lllustre dc rieties of crops, 'i'hatij l'oclic. what Nebraska otter's to the home seeker. Lands THE MARKETS. aro cheap now. Send for a parnphlel describing Nebraska, mailed free on apCisoimcati. July 3. Mi Z.IVH j 3 00 plication to P.0. 8. Eubtib, General PasO. &Q. K. II., Chicago, senger Agent,' 4 10 ((4 60 Select Unchcrs CALVKs rulr to euod Hunt.. 6 -- J lift n 74 3d) (1!1 llOOs Common NEBRASKA FARM Adryhealthvcllt Mixed p.ickcrit I.lirht j.hlmers SllKKl'-'Cnuic- e LAMllSSprlnK M.OUH--Winter OUA1.N t inlly. ." Vnc.U--N- j. Nu CornNo. Oul Kjc-Nu. 3 red Nu red.. . ... , ! 3 HO 3 45 OU us 3 40 cA 4 74 3 t)3U W 6 10 ut . 3 4 79 C4 lift -- 3 65 7iiABTSHDRNSa niiUL Tiica AMTliirT NOTICE OR HAY l'rnno to choice 1'KOVIslO.VS Mcis pork.... BU'1TKK-Cholcod.i- ! 2 2 inlxtd lOli 21 31 10 1'5 LABEL U tl THEGENUINE Ari'LKS--Pc- I.inl 1'ilmo sic.im lry J I'riiao to choice irenmcry.. . r j u i, 8 ' CO DHARTSHOBN) Cft ! 00 66 3 8.1 POTATOES GKA.N--Whcut" bbl New NEW YOllK. FI.OUII Winter patent norlh n. No, 2 red l'cr till.... '2'.T 1 (ft S 4ft ts 8 7J 10H 2 60 2 50 4 .al 4 43' ffi (ft 70 COItX-- No OAIS Mixed POIIIv.New mess LAK Western OIIA1N 2 mlitd 7IIO ,.... lift 8 25 t tft 22 8 71 4 4 W 28Ji :8, !' jse&sD 'VCcotcrn "Wheel "Works CHICAGO S7S S 50 it CATAL9GVE PREE AOI3 CHICAGO. rLOUK Nci--2 rOKN-N- ciJ Wheat No - red.... Oilcutfo sprlnu Winter patenn 4 2) TlJitft No 2 POKIC Mess LAKD-.bteui- OAl.i Si;,' 7 00 tMWil lift 40 7S3f 09 25 n UALTlMOlt'U FLOUK-t-uniUHA1N--Wliu.il Lorn-..ilx- ' 3 0) & ft 4 7 05 00 I?! SILOS HOW TO BUILD ASK MFO. CO., KAUMAZOO, WIU1AMS MICH. lly. No. 2. N'a OUh-LAItD--Kct1nc- d 2 Willie. .'. PUHK CATli.EFlrst quality HOJSWistern...'. GRAIXWhcatN'o. o Uurn--NO.its--N- mm 28'j0 2oJ,(.a kill 4 01 4 iw 4.10 7J 29 '() n 8T0CK, COAL. HAY, DRAIN, 'DUITRLUj AND COTTON SCALES. rjirri G u M. I w 50 ((till 8b qb 4 35 (ft 4 10 70 24 opira umm A. N. Iv.- -E and Whiskey Ilnlilt enroll nt lioiuevrltnotit nnln. Honk of pnrtlouliiriM'Titritl'i:. 11. M. Nvooi.l.Kr.M.D., Atliuitn, Oa. INPIANAI'OLIS.S , FI.OUU roiUC UltAl.NWhcat .v.cn LAHU-Stc- am 2 mlxod 2mlxert LOUISVILLE. Winter pitent No. 2 T qnlclcrellorandiumworot cano. Kenil for bootc of tcMtlmonlnls nnl lo iliiya' ti'CittmentFrec. Dr.ll. II. UllKKVS SONS, julanii, U. forboolr.Dr;j.B.HARRIS&C0. l'lka Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. HlDADQV kkw USTkVC3 msrovKiiY; bItm 18tf 3 75 20 4 CURED AT nOMEi rend etnmp eel Corn 0.iti-- - Mixed red... 00 .. i 8i 8 50 ijy, ', tit -- wiikn ivitiTixnynn aiivj:ktinkks t to tho AUvertUo-tucnplriiBO tuto Ihut in thla 1604 iuicr. taw IM Ui 1 1 IB D . . I ffflftflC 1) now.i:- fa RjQab-,11 tfv Oi S. USE'S ?&7mvt -- mMgz &) r H CaS W i irMKL.mi ARE QUICKLY MARRIED. "WELL BRED, WED." SOON GIRLS WHO USE SAPOLIO a'51' m aaf..H 'm f .i the most preparation that will lighten the ills of humanity and will do away with the tak ing; ot obnoxious, violent purges, inconvenient liquids, and pills that tear your life out. Simple, because in wi&'ddight the Q A ATT IxjhuD wonderf ul, meritorious coming-o- I, aZ ?nhjnhfoz CANDY nl.-....)...! Vnu find lust what vou want. rnnvmVnf in fnm 1....1- .g (Just like tandy), and of remedial action. Although I made of the most costly ingredients, they are sold at a orice wittim T the reach of all t s never-failin- A.gfff; From Baby to Dear Old Grandpa. &tA X It V : y,jS-rij,g.jfet?a- ,t y.'iiniw;E .- -