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CONGRESS, SiNATB-Scna- tot 8 10 17 n 18 12 9 13 14 15 16 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 -- H't ' it. CURRENT TOPICS. w ''" lV : i. V. . . ,'' "' ,,' . ' l'''"? '' , i ' ! 1'Apkii flooring is in uso in Germany. It is laid in a pasty mass, smoothed and then pressed. Footsteps oil it tiro noiseless. Tun cheeks become palo from fear because the mental emotion diminishes the action of the heart and lungs and so impedes tho circulation. English women as a rulo aro tailor than their Amorlcan sisters, and tho Yankee Indies in their turn can look down at tho gontler sex in Franco. At tho last congress of Gorman 1'rof. Wortman reported that ho hail found living bacteria in wlno which had been bottlod 25 to 30 years. A rkt of works of Arl'tn'l-- , the Urcclc rhllosophcr, printed uu vellum, ind of tho date of 1483, brought JC800 and there Tilay it tho Ashburnham snlo in London the attention, this calendar off be an effort to clear during tho Dlhcrdar. week. If Mich should provo to bo tho Uacii convict at tho New Hampshire stato prison is furnished with a lllblo case thore would be more or less disand dictionary, and Greek and Latin cussion in tho executive sessions over taxtbooks aro supplied thoso who ask tho McCord, Warner and Goodnow nominations. Tho friends of tho Hafor them. A nkwly designed writing pen is waiian annexation treaty on tho forpivoted in its center with a clamp at eign relations committco also hope to tho upper end, so it can bo moved bo authorized to report a ratification laterally to any desired nnglo with resolution at their meeting next Wednesday, but it is by no means certain the holder. In tropical forests so large a p'ropor-tio- n that tho committee will be nble to of the plants aro of a sensitive reach an agreement so soon. Monday will be devoted to tho genvariety that sometimes tho path of a travolor may bo traced by tho with- eral deficiency bill, particular attention being given to tho provision for ered foliage. ComtECT.SF.s3 as to tho sex of a child the purchase of armor plate at $425 in a sworn statement v as hold to be per ton. This, portion of the bill will bo seriously antagonized and quite immaterial by a justice of tho queen's fiercely debated. Senator Harris, of bench recently, on a motion to quash Kansas, will endeavor to get up his un uililiation order. pyramid builders were can- - resolution regarding tho Hani's P .11... lit n..rt..M.1tn 4. TM VI1H,1.U U. ML. opposed," and is not likely to succeed ' picked cloan' a'hd separately wrappe'd ". The tarilf conferees confidently ex. up, in many tombs. pect to bring iu the tariff bill by A,N,old man in Montana recently 'Ihursday. The length of tho debate catno into tho possession of an estate on report will depend upon how '.viilned jHSf.000,000, and tho first uso wollthe sonato conferees may have tho his. money was to hunt himho'mndo at succeeded In maintaining the integrity self up a young wife. of the senate bill. The democrats and Italy's export for tho first other opponents of tho bill make pa of 1601 wcrp 38.i)S.lf,3,70 franci, iccrct of their intention to oppose tho wlillo her imports were .373,704,130 ndoption of the report it it appears francs. This is tho first tlmo in 20 that tho amendments which they were years that exports exceeded tho instrumental in securing, putting cotton bagging, cotton ties, burlaps, par-i- s In Japan, when a dog annoys tho green, etc., on the free list have neighbors at night tho owner is arrested been rcccdod from. uud compelled Jo work a whole year Tho senate will Insist upon final adfor tho Injured individuals. The dog journment as boon as tho tariff is disis killed to prevent repetition of tho posed o'. 'J he houso will adjourn from Monday offense. Tun first bicycle over seen in Moroc- until Thursday. Its course thereafter co is now astonishing thonatlves. Tho will depend on the condition of tho pioneer cyclist is an Englishman, who tariff bill. is oblige I to keep a specially strong Wasiiinqton, July 12. Tho presi machine, as the roads in Morocco aro dent has granted paruons in tho fol. very bad. lowing cases: A r.NEUMATio tiro which can not bo Gcorgo Day, sentenced in North Dad punctured has tho nir tuba nbout kota to thrco months' imprisonment ns largo as tho shoo and placed for illegal timber cutting. clnso to tho wheel rim, the spaco John Rcdmon, sentenced in Kentho two tubes bolrig filled with tucky to 18 months for possessing sawdust or cork. counterfeit coin. O. W. Tillcy, sentenced in Georgia KiiiKitn Lcic Oam.ikn'nt. seems to tako tho place formerly hold to thrco years and flno for pension in London society by Oicar Wilde. lie frauds. appeared recently on n bicyclo in a William Ml ms, sentenced in Alabama black silk costume trimmed with to 18 months and fine for illicit distillcream-colorelace. ing. t Louis Flowers, sentenced in Indian 'J in-- ; king of Siara has an income of about $2,000,000 a year. His royal territory to two years for cattlo stealpalace is populated by about 5,000 peo- ing. Davo Hunt, sontenced in Tennessee ple and is a littlo city in Itself. Tho ornamontal grounds comprise 25 acres to fivo years for post office stealing. Pardons havo been donlcd to Jamos nnd aro surrounded by a wall 12 fcot Pendleton, sentenced in Indian terrihigh. tory to eight years for thoit. 1! in: A ii can bo cut and buttered by Frank Callahnn, sentenced in tho machinery. The machine has been inthrco-yoar- s for vented for uso in prisons, workhouses District of Columbia to A cylindrical-shape- d larceny. and reformatories. Justino M. Dudley, sentenced in brush lays a thin layor of butter on tho bread as it comes from the Utah to 15 years for Incest. Wasjiinoton, July 12. Tho order of cutter. mono tho now words called into President Cleveland, issued last Feb. n.fnHAn tiJ l.nmlnn lit. flit. li.Hllftn fl t"fl ruary, reducing the number of pension Jubjjfettl, Jit1 confeptiotv;- - jubllity, tho agenpies in the United States from 18 to I), will bo revoked by President within a fow days, probably proaching celebration, arid jublllcant, one who solicits f'un'ds for tho festal early next week. As tho original order was not to go into effect until .occasion,, Leo's lopp life Jnsftly nWracu-V- f September I next, tho only result of 0A bo to continue in if tho London Da".y Netv's ac- - the revocation willarrangement, allow-0'nt o hlsrns'uta.dliinbr is corrocti-"Hi- s forco tho present agencies to remain In ing all 18 of the faithful' valpt sowevhjm with , a' operation. light vegetable sbup,' two fried pump- Another lteeoril-llrealt- r. lftns, i. morsel of veal or fowl and half Baltimoue, July 13. Elmer C. Davis, a glass of Bordeaux." Sunday ' It cost Now Orleans $171,000 to mako of this city, American succeeded in against tho high water breaking tho was held by bicyclo its latest- fight Henry record ivhlch in tho Mississippi, ns Presidont Tho-ma- Smith, also of Baltimore Davis coverof tho levee boards, reports. 310. miles in the 24 hours ending at Everything was dono In a hurry in the ed p.m., Sunday afternoon, which is 5 moment, but tho expense was loss last just two miles more thsu Smith's than had boon expected. record breaking performance of May St. JJtienne, near Lyon's, has appar9 last over tho same course. Although ently solved the problem of distribut- breaking tho record, Davis did ing electrical onergy cheaply in pri not succcod in getting any of the over a wide district, l wo Rmallcr records that havo been made vate houses t Jollars a month is the chargo for by Smith. Davis' riding of tho Inst 100 power to drjyo a loom, thu jer-IcIs regarded as a wonderful exhioxtondiny as fnr as 30 miles from miles of neFTous energy. i'.o h 81 bition vears old, and woljjhs 10S pounds. vino-yardlst- fl four-mouths. ono-thirn d n, swill-cieno Thehf. is a macadamized road in India 1,800 miles in length. Ulion, Incharire of tho tnrlR bill, announced bortly before tbe udloutnmont Mduljy nlcht hat as no agreement had been reacted tor a . Html tote on tho tariff bill, ho would ask tho . Tim Disposition U to Do I.lttlo In the TTftr tt May Eod tho Appilllne Strike on Ren pnuto to ronnln In session Tuesday night, at of General Legislation Outside) or Fin. sonablo Ila'sls and Thus Have the Conn' asi until tno bill was reported from comtry From the Horrors of n Btrnj Ishlnc Op the TarlCI Jllll The Con piles ot tbe wholo to tho senate This prom- ferees May Report Thursday. tin II tnreon Capital and t.abdr. fiS fl tPRt n nndii-nn- i.. iinlaaa thn n.inA.1. (on to tho bill Blo way. Mr. Allison's state-pe- nt was mado niter another further effort the") 12. Washington, July 12. Beyond tho A special to New Youlc, July 0 have a time llxcd for the vote In somo re- By provision of its charter, depositors are as fully protected as are fact that the general deficiency appro.N Journal and Advertiser from Washing pects the senate made cood progress Mon-a- x, ', priation bill probably will bo passed ton says! disposing of two Important amendments. depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually and that the senate will stand ready Having ascertained from the leading hat niacins a stirnn tax bclnc nereed to liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par value to tako up tho tariff bill at any time constitutional lawyers in congress with little or no opposition, and without tbe thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: may act that a report may bo brought in by that there is no .ground upon which onnanty of ntoto, whllo the Spooner amend- - ds Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an individual, icni proposing a tariff Investigation, was the conference committee, littfc can tho federal covernraent can laco jin. llhdraun after n crotracted strucglc. bo predicted of tho course of events In part in an arbitration of tho disputi plltiUii: Tho houeoby a party oto without tho scnato during tho present week. between tho miners and tho mine own transacting any business took a recess until Tho disposition Is to do little in tho crs inxolveu in tno present gigantic ,.VeGiie;djy, to be feady for tho tariff bill It by way of general leglslotlon, and there struggle, tho Journal and Advertiser) Completed beforo then 7 the senate. Tho final fr.VA8iin.aiov, July Senate is a proposition under consideration by has laid tho wholo matter beforo l'rcs-- J otoon tno tariff bill will bo taken In tho sen-t- c LlAWIilTIES. RESOURCES. the leaders of tho two sides of tho ident before at.ournment Wednesday, a dcflnlto personally, and McKinley J2 0,'0QM ?.f 277,010. 91 Capital Stock chamber to adopt the plan now in asked him to namo an official body. grecment, assin ol to by ull parties, having f.o'ans and Discounts.... 7,676 19 Surplus Tund en reacted nt uotUto of tbotebato Tues- - OvorOrarta 17,00380 voguo in tho house for sitting only of arbitrators, whoso character audi uV. The 1,081 Of bkicoj cnt laas follows: "That do- - Other Stuoks and Honds 13,l7d8l lndlvkluil Deposits every third day aftor the deficiency reputation for fairness and good sensg 4I.C01 9.' Due from National Uanks '?io on tho t. r.ff bill shall proceed Jlanklng Houso 3,875 31 ,580 00 Due from National Banks bill shall have been disposed of. would be sufficient to guarantee a just to twer tho one , rulo after Due from btato Uanks 6,303 81 80000 Furniture una Fixtures m. Wednesday This suggestion has beon made in and acceptable decision. 10 701 C9 and that the final fe on the bill shall be taken beforo adlourn- - Cuh I3:,Z58 89 view of the possibility of prcssuro to President McKinley has been assure Gnt Wednesday. Mr Allison did not ask tako up the matter of the appoint- that tho mine workers have, in wrr at i no Hour for the voto bo set, being con- ment of a currency commission. Tho ing, agreed to submit their c.iso ti cnt Vita tho nosltlvo aereemont that It ould bo somo tlmo Wodncsdav. The Hmlta- general impression about tho scnato such a board of arbitrators and accept ontot speeches after 1 p.m., to fivo minutes is that tho house will pass such a bill and obey its decree, W. A. Carpenter, Milledgeville, K j ill bring the debalo within narrow limits. J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, Ky on this subject as tho president may Tho nresident expressed his willlntr-- " he announcement by the vlco presidont that John M. Hail, Stanford, Ky. Jno, S. Owsley, Stanford, Ky. ed recommend, but that thcro is no proba- ncss to take the loaa. In the matter o agreement was perfected led to a " " Lynn Jno. F. Cash bility that the sonato will tako tho cneral exchango of congratulations among J. E. under immediate considera" William Gooch, Embry, ques- enatora During tho day tho anti-truown-- . The desiro is to tion on condition that thc-miu- o matter up seriously. on vas debated at length, and Mr. Tottus' W. H. Cummings, Preachersville, Ky. mako this intention clear by infre- crs shall also agree to submit their. mendment on the subject was defeated 33 to quent mcotings. cases to tho arbitrators and abide' by 1 Mr Allen-(No) acaln offered the amend- S. L tl . ........It cnt for a -- ccnt bounty on boot sugar. It Thero are, however, somo matter! ou tho executive calendar demanding Of course, it is understood that this - Pcd t0 "ely and somowhat personal spocchos Deficiency Bill Will Be Taken Up and Passed. President Asked to Namo Unofficial Ut Arbitrators in tho Mattor. Extraordinary Session. 1l J THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, Successors to tho Lincoln National STANFORD, OF KY. Bank. It Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Stanford, Kentucky, December 31, 1896. Directors. " S.J lHth body can havo no official character, , f. ,i and Will bO UliablO to OnfOrCO Its UC- clsion, but it can, perhaps induce tho mino owners and mlno workers to end j' ' ty1?'? the appalling struggle on Borne reason.; senate shortly'before fivo o'clock Wednesday, able basis, and thus save tho country, 41 bo vote In detail follows: Yeas Allison. from tho horrors ot a national struggle Uilaker, Bdrrowj, Cirtcr, Clark, Cullom. Davis, between capital and labor 'at a timo. Uodoc, Eiiclns Fairbanks, I'orakcr, Galling-oJones (Nev.i. when want and misery stalk through' iLoce,Iiale, Ilinna, Ilawlcr.MoMUlln, Mantlo, McUrlde, MoIIenry, ' tho country;. Mason, Morrill, Nelson, Penrose Perkins, A board of arbitration.can at least iPlatt (Ct,), I'latt (N, Y.). Trltchard, Proctor. v succeed in placing tho responsibility t'Oimv CtniVAll CVinltn lijiuuiiv Wn An IVnL t.ai juuujr Cnnnnnn uutiau! mvi for tho nf this d iRnstrmisnihoBton, Wctmore. Wilson 38. Nays Uaoon, Uc"yr, i,the amendment was tabled S7 to 9the hllODulIits and l!v.r rnmil.llMn. hln thn ronly ones recorded against tho action to table. v "Asiunctov, July a Senate. By a voto ffiVe solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, and Ihey will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier J, B. OWSLEY, Cashier II. SHANKS, President. W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. A. PENNINGTON -- DEALER IN- - :: r ,1 ; n,ll. President McKinley can ot-ll- ,,, "-- wv,, not, undertako to bslect the arbitra-- ; tors lintil ho has 'Satisfactory asiur- anco that both sides aro willing to ac-- i cept arbitration. Even then nils ac tion will denend unon tho clreum Jaiifc standes under which' tho case; 1 " .,.lff. notand will It "-r"- " Iatl) 'Clay. h; Chilton, CaDory, Cannon. Cockrcll, Gray, railkner, Itrtrls (Kas ), Jones (Ark.), Kenny, ijl uu ay, Mallory, Martin, Mills, Mitchell. Mor nPasco.'.l'ettus, Itiwllns, Hoacb, Turner.i IMrple, Vest, Walthall. Whlto-- Ji Tho son to comcrccs on tho, tarin bill nro oignt in umber "and pro as follows: Allison, Aldrlch, laL,-vvb., uctqws. aoncs4inev, uueif GENERAL ERCHANDISE. I AM t arMl'.iiua'. oeiore mm. A .Af-- i ine Wcncs'dar hy 134 to IQI rsw,- - 54in nicHllian l r GOODS LOWER THAN THE.Y WERE EVER BEFORE IN MT. VERNON. My, Store ion, the Cornervof Main Street ind Tayjoc Avenue, Neat .Thrift PrpaHuff.riaW nnrl T?orticfePViirrii(a SOLD1 SELWG vJRg.r.SIsgattTr.J.tt. . ana 'Auvortiser is not in n position to mako public all the details tTf this master, but it hnsgono fnr.enough to open a way for a pcaco'ul settlement. Tho public at largo will presently bo ablo to seo clearly the nature of tha'grcnt coal strike and its environments. Prcsidcut McKinley can not go beyond tho point already indicated until tho mine owners havo expressed thsir willingness to accept his good olliccs and agree to the principle 'of arbitration. WEST VIRGINIA MINERS Will Niver Quit Work Sijs Dun Ilirnnn, of thu Firm of M. A. llannt Co. Cleveland, O., July 12. lr. Dan Hanna, of tho firm of M. A. llanna & ators and manufacturers are beginning to consider its strength and today thore is consternation among co;(l dealers, marino men, manufacturers and workingmen in general. 'ilie railroads aro continuing to coal, though ono manufacturer mado so healthy a howl that the Lako Shore actually consented to disgorgo ono car Saturday morning. ' At tho brow cries and packing houses tho situation is regarded with general alarm. JlAKTKOiiD Co., declarod Saturday morning that tho West Virginia miners would never quit work !ind that coal could bo secured from that sourco if the railroads were propared to haul it Col. Herriclc, receiver, was unprepared to say Saturday morning whether tho Wheeling & Luko Erio railroad would haul West Virginia coal. , IIo had received advices from Dillonvale that his miners are still out with no immediate prospect of their return. Tho event of tho morning was tho frantic oflort of tho littlo dealers to sccuro coal from tho big dealers to supply the retail consumer. In every instanco tho dealers refused to deliver tho coal and tho effects of tho great strika aro beginning to be felt in tho homes. Tho price of steam coal of run of the mine grade has steadily advanced and is now $1 above what it was Thursday. Tho demand is becoming greater ovory hour nnd tho supply is constantly becoming less. Tho fooling of alarm is beginning to spread among men who Friday viowed tho situation with disdain. Mr. J. II. Zerbe, of the Ohio and Pennsylvania Coal Co., was inclined to regard tho strike as of short duration and it was commonly believed that it would be a failure. . Jlut big mine oper- Sukate Tho session vns uneventful, tho deficiency appropriation bill be Ins consldorcd throughout tho day. Among Its precisions Is ono uci&ptlns the Invitation ot franco to participate in tho Pnrls fcxpoMtlon of 1000. Tbo bill uas net completed when thoy cdjourncd. During tho day, Mr. Horry (Ark ) offered n resolution requesting tho pioilddnt todcinnnd lot tho rclciso of Ona Molton, ono of The resolution the Competitors prisoners. was referred to tho committee on foreign relations. Housr The houso Thursday sent tho tariff bill to conference Chairman Dlnglcy. Pay no (N. Y.), Dolzell (Pa.), Hopkln (III) and Qrosonor (0), republicans, and Ilallcy (Tex ), McMillan (Tenn.) und Whcolcr (Ah ), Ldemocruts, turo appointed confercoi. The proceedings ucro In no wlso sensational. moans by Tals action was taken In of brought special a ordor Tho on from tho committee rules. minority m ido no objection to It, but protested because tho majority rofusod In ndvnnco to enter Into an iiirreoment as to the length of tlmo to bo ullowt d for dcbito when tho bill Is. reported back by the coafernes. The house spent 'tho aftornoon under tho special order adoptod last .week listening to eulogies on tho ltfo and publlo services ot Judge Holman. Thoso uho paid trlbuto to tho momory of their ddpirrcd colleague who began his sen tea in tho houso 0 yoars ago, wore Messrs. Stool (Ind.), Iflch-ai- d on (Tenn.), Znor (Ind ). Henderson (fa ), Cummlngs-tN- . Y.), Do Arinond (Mo), Cannon (II1.), hayors (Tex.), Mlors (Ind), McMlllln (Tor.rt ). Uromwell (O ), Hunter (111 ). Kobln-so- n (Ind), 1inb.im (Tox).CIarko (.Mo), Cos (Tenn). Whcoler (Ala.), and Catching (Miss ) At 5 p m , ns a further mark of respect, the houso adjourned. , Washinoton, July la Senate The senate met Trlday unlcrtho depressing intluenco of tho doath ol Senator Harris, of Tennosseo, wno has boon ono of tho conspicuous figures In tho upper houso of congress for over tucnty years. Tho desk ho ocouplcd so Ion was not draped, as tho senate had as yot no official knowledge of his demise. Rov. Mr. Johnston, the 'chaplain of tho annate, in his Invocation rcferrod feelingly to, tho loss the senate had sustained, and spoke of his ' rugged honesty, his, unswerving attachment to bis political principles, his opposition to all ho considered wrong, his detollon to his stato und his serv-ic- o to tho nation." After tho Journal had been re- d Senator Uato (Tonn.) mado tho announcement ot tho doath of his colleague, In doing so ho pnld a high trlbuto to tho memory of tho distinguished dead. The senate, out of respect to tho memory of the doad senator, adjourned. A committee to attend tho funeral was appointed. of the senate Thursday - journment. nnd recoznlzod Mr. Dlnjlcy WjIsiunoton, July 9 - to movo lenbrca lilra in ad - -- A .irW -- ' ?r--r- j , -- if ,- - "V '. HOUSE THE RILEYProprietor, F. RJIvKY, B. LONDON, I have moved - - - KENTUCKY. to my now. Hotel ar d am better prepared to accommodate tho public. Good Livery at. than over convenience 'desired. Give me call tnehed and every I 1. UJUII The Sambrook Hotel, Convenient to railroad station. Livingston A Rates reasonable, Porters meet all trains. ' Ky si ft' Druggists and Pharmacists. Pfl tkJ MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt. Vernon, Ky. We carry Drugs,' Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fanc Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c. Prescrip tions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call lor goods usually kept in a hrst-clas- s i I I drugstore. j , COLLECTIVE NOTE son-flsca- tc Of tho l'otvors Cnueliod In tho Most Se? Vera Terms, Seat to the Turkish . Allercil llorso Thlrf Captured. City, Ind., July' 12. Three officers of this county have captured a horso thief, who is now confined in jail horo, who is known to be wanted in many towns of tho gas bolt. Ills name is Dan Oray and he claims his home is in Muncto. When cap- lured ho had in his posiossion a horso and bujfgy stolen from McGeath Brothers, livery men at Montpollcr. Sinco being confined horo two moro liorsei which ho lias stolen "havo been recovered. Ono was taken from tho Frnino Lovo livery stublo nt Marion and tho other from liaker & JjCO, Mcxandria. Each of the horses had been sold to parties for Hi aploce. , Constantinople, July 12. Tho conote of tho powers., demanding acccssation of tho obstruction of tho peace negotiations, which was presented by tho nmbiissadors to tho Turkish government Friday, is couc:od in tho most sovoro terms. It insists that tho frontier between Grceco and Turkey be as traced by the military attaches of tho embassies of tho now- ers. and emnhnKiyr. tlm unanimous do termination of tho powers to sccuro a J llective First National Bank Of Capital Stock Stanford, Ky. 200,000. Surplus $23,100 -- DIRECTORS- ( V. Ilayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Rcid prompt conclusion of peace. As. how- T. P. Hill, S. II. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, ever, tho noto does not fix a date J. S. I locker and M. J. Miller. within which a settlement of the questions In'disputo must bo effected, and 'We solicit the accounts of the citizens ol Rockcastle" and adjoining is it does not mention tho stops it is counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business proposed to tako in tho event ol iurkey notyicldlng to tho nishes oi intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view tho'potvers, thero is gt cat doubt as to to business i editions, respectfully invited whether tho noto will have thedotfred J. S. HOCKliU, Pres, JNO. ). McROBERTS, Casher, ffect . CjSu '&, BMRCTBKflOT jijj mfm MiLiiUJMMiJHiJUJm'JOua1 m.ui uxfrmamm d. r Jr.- - . !, Nkgho deputies may do well have deceived the people of Brod-heaTAYLOR and at the November election". enough in some localities., but , Marshal James had better not you will get your reward, "LUlle Stanford, Ky. AL. G. HUFFMAN, Pkoi-'k.Friday, July 16, 1897 . send liis negroes to the mountains Dick" will sweep you of? the lace A unless he wants the stuffing shot of the earth by at least 125 majority NEWL,Y C'J Published every Friday by of them. Most of the muuulaiu- - m this precinct. Whv ou; out SPECIALTY. . BY ELECTRICITY, WATER IN HOUSE, READING-ROOMLIGHTED eers are republicans and nearly all single me out t make our fight JAMES MARET. A LLO YD MARE'l LOCAL uc Inw "reauers ot uieir region ur 0:1 when there are over 500 of the My new shop is on Taylor vcniu Special Attention Given lo Commerci.il Men very best and staunchest Uepubli-- J nl Ulat talu- - ulu U1C wo" l near the Baptist church. EDITOR. CIGARS.jsr32-Gmc- ? to being hanclcufled by a Negro. cans in this county who 'say that, ESrl expect Cash for Csish horfe . bquFINK WINE.S, LIQUORS. BEERS AND that ring of yours shall be broken. shoeing. Interior Jomhal. SITHSCniPTION ONI5 Y1CAR $1.00 You are trying to draw the partr line but you can't whip us in We "Skutaw" is milking things are the head of the party and we Advertising rates made known on warm and interesting to sinners are aetermiued not to be ruled by application UNDERTAKER FJUOO I NO andsanctificationists through his a lot of unscrupulous, letters to the Harrodsburg Sayings. We want men with politicians. His line of thought and argument ANNO UNCFMEN1 5. more brains, more honfcst , who .I '',m"1 "' is peculiarly his own or rather his Hi ii. fewer jugs andVlwho will manner of expression. It is a real handle OS - c$y We are authorized to announce pleasure to peruse the splendid and give us an honest administration date matter" in his letters. of the affairs. up-tJOHN W. BAKER Now D. P. three years ago when As an Inde)eudent Republican He is doing much good aud furyou was a candidate, you and your candidate for Sheriffof Rockcastle nishing highly entertaining reading sous never spoke so hard of me county to l2 voted for at November matter to the public at one and ull.'sizcslnml ".iliflbrciit styles cloth fought A. Kept In ilrnpcil caskets, robe-j- linen bobbins covered the same time. Here's hoping he when I stood to you and election, 1897. may continue in the path he has J. Pike through the columns of the cuffs ami collars. All order by telegraph Ai M&iuil vraaaxJ xii3 avfia'aS KH "za omjitlyutU'iided to (liiy.uml nluht. marked out and is so nobly pursu- paper. You have forgotten all of Tukkuy has given the Powers this, and sold me for a fev votes. Dealers in thb defl and is waiting to sec what ing. I took you to be a manv of youf they are going to do about it. word, but "Oh! I must be judge Editor Signal: again and I will trade to, ihe best SADDLES and HARNESS. For 25 years we have beeli' study Tittt Cuban patriots are close to Dear Sir: The buzzatd advantage for my own purpose." Havaila" aild their always follows the carcass. ing and making wagons, and our the gates of For You say "I don't know .you." Nor prospects for final victory and free- three months I have been baiting did I vou until the last three or aim has been to combine , ; IMPLEMENTS-AL- L dom grow brighter. my kook for suckers, and low and four months, and don't know any behold I have at last cauirht a min good of you to tell. The, next time ESTATE The bijj four ilt the Boltocrat now too small to fry. In answer please sign your name lite a .good Dtuability and Easy Running with convention were Col. V. C. P, to an article in the Republican of little boy. the Best Bkake in existence. D. R. ToTTEN. OFBreckinridge, Senator Lindsay, July 8th, which says "no one cares And if you wish to kuow whether KY. AN McKenzic and we have succeeded, ask our neigh for my position politically," I preHas a number of fine Blue Grass fajms for sale and exchange, Carlisle. sume the writer - not aware of the On June 15th I visited Stauford, bors. Prices reduced. ranging in area froiu)io to 1,200 acres in a boundary, and in price from H.COCKS. WI. fact that there is but few .vho and while there was made most Mt. Veruon. Ky.- $soto $100 per acre. Can Suit purchaser in price, terms, location, fire, battle-shiOregon has cares for a "political ring," when it welcome by my good friends Drs. The in this or any other State in the United States. sailed for Hawaii. Hie New York has so many belonging to it Carpenter and Brown who obtainOffice in Interioi ) J. H. SOWDER, Herald says that Uncle Sam may who will misrepresent a majority of ed a rig and drove me about the J Gcn'l Manager. Journal Building. have a brush with Japan over the its own party for its own political beautifullittle city, showing me the I places of interest in aud around island. The prospect is flattering purpose, As to the would rather have the fight to de- Stanford, of which it has a proud for the annexation by this country, feat those who proved a traijor to record. We then concluded to visit PRACTICAL EMBALMER, me. Thai , you know was done by The Senate has passed an D. P. and B. Bethurum and be- Lancaster, and on arrival at DrKluf. Collegiate-Institut- e STXFCRD, KY. J. uard's office he took us in charge amendment' to the general deficien fore the priniary not after, as you and entertained us in a right royal cy bill giving $500 to A. T. Wood, IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. say. B. J. and D. P. Bethurum manner, and in his most happy Gov. Bradley's Senatorial appointee Caskets both told me that they would not style by giving us of the boun- A Complete Line of Coffins Opens for his expenses incurred in claim i, 1896- Robes, &c Telegraph orders do anything for the Jarrctt family ties for which Lancaster is so ing his seat. That would ample Academic, Intermediate, aud attended to promptly. since they had lost their influence much noted. He theiichaperoued pay for srtch a Senator fot a full Prjmary, Departments. in the party after the killing of us over the city, pointing out to us term. Padget. I am bound to speak as the elegant homes of itifcmost "Work I do here, to prove my point, but, and jtdlmnsnfcss cilizeus . L. M. nh.Courier- - Journal saystlis js .wjth.ua disrespec- - to , Mr. Jarre&t: housSSghd schooHBKiU tiW & L4ME GjOMPANY not a third party movement. I can't afford to throw off on any the cemetery, the homey of Us Manufacturers Correct. It is not even & fourth of the Jarrett family, but everything illustrious dead and the churches, of Lime and brifelr. party movement at all. l is sim- shall rest just where it belongs. the homes of.its devoted Jiving. Wei .Tbeyalso furnish Lime,- Building ply a protest against death and The man whe says "I .intended to then bid Lancaster, ajid especially Stone, either tfuarry faco or cut, damnation, but the fiat ha3 been vote for all of them" knows not our esteemdd fiieud, Dr. Kinnard Eor liveoything in issued and the execution w fll pro- what he says. The way every- a kindly good night and drove Orders promptly filled1. ceed thing has been running in this back to Stanford, and tfiera I was aifrn county, a man can prove anything chaperoned by Drs. Carpenter and He vill give you bctfer bargains than can be secured anywhere. The Boltocrats couldn't or he pleases. The day of reckoning Brown in there mpst cordial way, PR, A. G. LOVKLL is upon you aud that ring of po- and shall I ever go fishing to th-didn't command force enough" to lakes or hunting to Rockies, X will Physician and Surgeon hold a meeting here Jast Saturday litical corruptionshall be broken W. to nominate delegates to poor old Now in regard to "blind tigers," have them aud Dr. Kinnard with HIT VCRHON. KY you have owned up in your article, me or know the reason why. AT-Watterson's little State convention Wy. Office KoiTi t(le llnin street held in Louisville, Wednesday for that there is a blind tiger in your ter meandering aiotind visiting the the alleged purpose of nominating midst and that you have caused offices aud homes of the M. D.'s we a candidate for Clerk of Court of his arrest and fined him $50 in two betook ourselves to the Joseph cases, Why bother nie tor proof, Price Hospital, the enterprise of Appoals on a Haunacrat ticket. when you already have it? Now Drs. Peyton and Carpenter. if Judge Colyer will call some of B. PENNY, DR. is conducted on the plan 61 When all of the delegates to the the officials on oath and they will hospitals m larger cities It is most Republican Aid Society's convenstate the truth, you may find fifty conveniently arranged, consisting SurgeonDcntist tion are shown up it will be found times fifty cases more, You know of seventeen rooms in all, each room "that every one of them "is in some STANFORD. KY Prices have been reduced. If in need of any thing of tlid of the tiger, now break it up. Now well ventilatsd and with, sufficient Pntrofis from n distance lvcn a Iil way connected with a bank or corexal discount All work guaranteed. kind call on in regard to the "buzzard," will light. In the room used for oprat-in- g poration, except a few perhaps who say that, by the time Dave B. gets purposes is found all instruMRS. S. C. ERANKLIN. Manager, at Mt. Venton, Ky, are simply afraid of the Vengeance through with the best men ot the ments, frandages, both hot aud cold of the 0110 or the other, The bold, Republican party, who want sober water, aud in fact everything needfree people will have no represenand honest men in office and "Little ed to make the opRrations 0 suo tation in that fraudulent assembly. COURT CALENDAR- Dick" there will not be meat Ices. All the rooms are kept asenough lelt on his bones for a buz- clean as if is possible to keep them M C3DNTY COURT-Poit-rUi The great miners' strike in the zard to scent aud they will be left The bedding and linens are kept in cnoh month MARBLE CUTTERS, BRODHEAD, KY. QUAltTKury COURT-Fi- ret MonNorth and East is still on with on the potter's field to bleach. day in January, April. July aud Ocin the same manner, in fact the Monuments, Tombstones, .and work of all kinds in thai tober. West Virginia aud Indiana miners You say "you know of no whole building is kept so weli CIRCUIT Monday likely to join striking candidate that has opposition." disinfected that no dangar ot con the lino done on snort notice at the lowest rates write for estiin February. Fourth SI oiulay hi May and Third Monday in forces. Arbitration has been at- All intelligent people in this counMT VJSRNGtf POLICE COUIiT-Tli- ird mates will send a man to you to make estimates anc givq tagion can be found there. Drs. Monday in month. tempted but so far nothing has re- ty know there is one Independent Pay ton, Carpenter prices. and Brown are sulted Irom it. The brightest ora- caudidate in the fight, namely: J. certainly doing a great work there R. H. HAMM, balesmt n. tors in labor circles are now work- W. Baker, (and R. G Williams and aud patieuts needing treatment can ing in West Virginia striving to G. W. McClure have been recG, W. McCLURE, certainly do no butter than to go convince their brother miners that ognized as prospective Democratic where every attention possible there all depends upou their coining out. candidates), aud who has been sois given them, not by inexperienced Mt. Vernon, Ky. F. FRAJWASCO, Propr. licited to make the rte'e by the or embryotic M. D's. PAINTER t . but by three Located at ,Ix the Boltocrat Convention "Daddies" of the Republican party trained nurses and the doctors All business entrusted to my PAPKR HANGER, which met in Louisville on Wednes- and is sun to win. Bolting ha3 themselves, who Ky. and attend three times care will receive prompt attention. Mt. UernonKy. day, Senator Lindsay made use of become fashionable throughout the a day. The nurses stay there and Office: Second floor of neW trick A Good Livery Attached. language that he will regret at no Best work at reasonable State. We ate determined to have devote their whole time to the pa- on Church street Meet all Trains, Day aud Night d stint daj. He stated that the ( tients and see that nothing is left SSL Traveling Men aixJ;Jtall ipad f prices. Consult me for estr-lawlessness, anarchy and tailgate better men at the head of affairs in undone that can i possibly bp dene our county; so your doom is written tor mates on work. raiding in our Mate was the their cotnfert, happiness and jjish luncheon al Traiua. vV ' out come of the teach- upon the walj. You say I voted speedy recovery, ' . ; V . r in fact it is the ings of the leaders of Democracy for all the successful candidates. best place in Kentucky DR, E. J. RJOvft for invalids ' t(f Ovmmira ' CM. Wllltaui " MILLER HOUSE, . . e., the Silver Billy may Admitting that I did, how long to go to regain thoir health. The WILLIAMS' '& WrLWAMS,,. , 'o itic'tly Kcwcomb Hotel be returned Ho the Senate after his Physician dad Sturgeon did the y eople vote for Dick Tate? charges are acr'easonable that any HUGH MILLER, Prop'r. term expires but it will be under one can be treated there for Attorneys-at-Law- , MT. VERNON, KY v MT VERNON, Ky different conditions of imder ati- - lie deceived the people, and rob or more atjd cau relieve belter at NITVERNON, KY bed tke State of her motrey. Am! JBGfPorters meet all' ;traih. other device than that of Detut-cten lion than nt home orauywlierc Office at Joseph Price' "in Ofllce 011 Uud iloor in new brick on racy. Commercial Men's Headquaryou B. J. nud D. P. Belhurum jtrtfl is State. S. Church street. Special attention C. Davis,I. D. firmary, Stanford, Ky. ters. Mt Vernon Signal THO'S 1 Blacksmith, THE NEW MYERS HOUSE, FURNISHED, HORSE-SHOEIN- NEW MANAGEMENT t i ) j WILLIS GRIFFIN, ETAL ROOFING ' i1. SIDING, g " CEILING FINISH, oFINE CORNS Farm and Yard Fence. i.K.wfAiiiNA nan Stanford, Kentuclcy. a HELLOl! Carriages, Wagons, Hay & Seeds. FARMING Patronage of Rockcastle Solicited. REAL . Lightness Strength KINDS THB EXCHANGE. -- ST FORD, i.- post-offic- e, J. C. McClary, UNDERTAKER. Mt. VernonSSl Fall Session September for illas-triou- s MT. VERNON Speci al Normal . - JONAS MCKENZIE W WITHERS 'go Toee SCROGGS, Principal Teacner. Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. . Stanford, The-hospita- Carpets, Furniture Wall Paper, Caskets and Coffins. Straw Matting all prices Colly er & Co. Hotel Frith. Brodhead, theepotSow H. B COUHT-S'ec- ona Septc-tnbe- AttorneyatJLvaw SPRATT '-- , nat-n'r- al 1 1 r tv.. ' - -- given tn collections ' " MgiMiiinHfMWWiyiffHmyfffHBmi A.iJtiwiuwiJtaj'Anii-MAfiM;ivhLjjjmiauEiLw.i- ii wiiimnvtvvvxrrttKnnantTvxmrje'. vrjmi Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vkrnon. Kv., July Entered at the S. V. Davis can suit you iu dles. bri- DIankets, whips, spurs, etc. S. Davis. V 16, e 1S97 help a a lit. Vernon, Kjr moll matter. ') L & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Day Mail North 11:39 n 111 Day Mail South 2:22 p m Night Ex. North 2:12 a m ". Night Ex. South 1:09 am J. A. LandiSum, Agent. Clin'stfan pastor. CHURCHES. Holds services 1st fc3H Sumliiy mid nt C:30 p. m Iter. 1'orrcr ntllti.ni. I'rcHbytcriiin IIuMh services on tlmltli Snmliiy here, imil on llio 1st Sunday nt l.lv iiRston. Cliureh Services oir tlio Second Saturday nlfilit timl Sntnliiy. Suudny School nt 0 n m every Suudny. Prayer meeting on Tuciulny nights, llcv. J C pastor. MASONIC. Hjillit Ashland todgo No. CIO meets every ond Sat in dii y nt 1 i. m. Sec- LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. sr Mrs. 1. C. King is some' better. Saddles, all priced by S. W. Davis Ml. Vernon public school open July 26. wil' Many men are always anxious to Prof. Scroggs was made one ol neighbor when he doesn't the indues 111 the oratorical con - L, Mr. and 'Mis. Arch Roberts, need it. test at Lcxincton Chautauciua last Misses Ella Roberts andB Carrie Frith were guests of T. S. Frith's lie can suit you in goods and week. family Sunday. prices. Call on S. V. Davis and see Miss Lettie Caldwell, of Loudon, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Albright them. and Misses Alzie Brown and L"ia Miss and Mrs. Kvelyn Protheroc visited Some men are about as much "Kennedy arc the guests of Dr. Sam Perkins, at Beelick. a benefit to a community as a last Cook at Cove. few days since. years almanac. Mrs. Cleo Brown, accompanied Rev. Hendricks preached a very Miss Eliza Hunt will teach the by her son, Master McKenzie, and able sermon at the Baptist church school at Green Hill and Geo. Fish Rissie Williams, left for Lancaster He will preach every Tuesday to visit relatives and take Sunday. nt Longford Station. second Sunday here for a while. It is A. W. instead of I,. T. in the Fair. Misses Lavena and Sallie New-lan- d Capt. P. C. Price, the popular Stewart who administered on the have returned from Lebanon conductor on the Rowland branch, estate of T.J. Coffee. Junction where the' were the Jop McCall. has fresh country leaves within a. few weeks fpr guests of their sister, Mrs. L. B. ground corn meal, also gro- China where he accepts an import- Parsons. ant run on the China Central rail ceries all at low prit es. road between Hong Kong and The firm of Colyer & Tyree, D.Frank My res and family, of Bung-a-hi- . marble contractors and undertakers, Williamsburg, have been visiting J. Perlien, a Sw.itzer, who is will soon trect a magnificent two- relatives in this county. working iu the orchards of J. W. story building near A. E. AlH. K. Hundley, Orlando, and C. Miller near this place, was arrested bright's store. R. McDonald, of Clay county, Tuesday 011 a charge with having called to see us Tuesday last. shot at some of the children of ftW J. J. McCall. Perlien says he ' Wantkd. 10,000 pounds of and was shooting at a ground-howool, ftee from btirrs and trash. did not see the cnildren.. Bullets Joisas McKknzik. passed in close proximity of tle Let S. W. Davis make you a good children. The defendant gave saddle, bridle or set of harness and . bond. . s be happy inkuowing you have was arrested this morning, (13) 'charged with misconduct. Jerry Lunceford i &K PtL fef 8 VE ASJ3 AS3ERTING IN THE COUATS OUR IUGHT TO 'rIIE EXCLUSIVK USB OF THE WORD ''CASTORIA," AND " CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK. UrL! L.E. To MOTHERS. I ?v Bfk fif" fidl IB S BSEOT SHWySSS r!FZ2! Kirwsa) 1 &w JZSS PITCHER'S J, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same that has borne and does now w? on evenj bear the facsimile signature of wrapper. This is the original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA, which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over tlwiy years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is the kind you have always bought -- v on the and has . the signature of C&&ffi&cf wrapper. No one has authority from me to use my name except The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is &&Z&k f Resident. March 8, 1897. Q&&?6c-&tu- & Do 4J g ilP ill Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer yoij (because he makes a few more pennies oil it), the ingredients of which even he does not know. lot Be Deceived. "The KM You Have Always Bought" BEARS THE ascK FAC-SIMIL- E SIGNATURE OF fssamsasssBsesSSaSSSSi first-clas- work G. W. fecnlry, Jr.. boy at his house. '1 fe. has n If it were literally true that new whisky filled our jails, lots of men couldn't be kept out of them. quite ipHuiiflL' Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You, THCCCNTAUnCOMrANT. TT MUltRVT OTHIIT. NIW VORK CITT. , J. K. McClary has been sick but is better. John Murray visited Bardstowu Junction, Sunday. Miss Carrie Lait was here shopping Tuesday last. A, child of AlfOtveus, nearMar-etbur- g. died last week". Truth is stranger than fiction to a great many people. ft L. ' S. V. Davis can make you a first class pair of boots or shoes. Wm. McNew has bought the planing mill of Neal Parret's I- - Hfih 3 -' '" " John Gentry, secured a. djivcr'a place rmd is now with H10 circua. ' Dr D WMtauis arid J, U Joplin UcataA IiadihorsGa.killedtby. ljlly.-- : llacalitinWes" Going to Jonas McKenzie's to When you see the "red wrapper" get bargains'. on bundles of goods you may say they are from U. G. Baker's store. A Dcniorest medal contest will be held at the Court-hous- e on Wednesday evening, July 21. All are invited. For Infants aud Children. Tihuau Gilpin has sold his inLsfflhSLr Mf,nw TJ Tlsfifrterest in the Langtord tunnel tlnlla It ea Signal office and Blgiituis A e.erT SAVE MONEY ON PURCHASES. John go to the quarry and his services pre reU PFi pay off our subscription. It has tained by the purchasers. alrtady ran too long." B. F. Nicely who has been under care of Dr. Davis, has recovered. Gus Stewart was over from Wil-di- e He won very low with KY., Saturday and told us the fol fever.. Offer many advantages to purchasers of Dry Goods, Clothing. Shoes, story: A S1WJ9J Jphn Rodgers, star router, was lowing snake Hats, Carpets, &c. iJ.fa. of chickens unnn n ' hero Tuesday. He recently re- Mmr ..- the out side of the yard, caufi"Jl3gStw lumed from the. Hatfield-McCo" sAvixllowedithe fdlbweWpSfa 'i r - 40 Minutes Between Trains, & c&&m& - 8granee Polite Attention. Son, iH typlio-malari- al STANFORD, . y -- Virginia!- - v and. isfQ ClllCKS, WHICH uy IIU& uiii uuu Stock, Low Prices. It will pay you to see'them. it. Jonas McKenenzie ia a,gent for passed through the fence, his1 snake- Mrs. IrJ& Lincoln, of Louisville, the Champion mowing machines ship reached through; giabbed and riaikk and ackitives is visiting and Birdhen' Wagons now on swallowed another one. The old here' hands. iutetf. hen could stand it no louger and G. S. Patterson, of- Lebanon pounced upon liim, but having Captain Hermes, of Uhe K. C, Junction, was out nt the crusher has the passenger run on the Row- fence, he could neither get forward Siyiday. land branch. Train leaves for hen tore the John Cummins lias been granted Richmond at 4 p. m. and returns nor backward. The suake to pieces and released her an increise of pension of jits' per at 9 p. m. chicks, which were alive. month. J. Nela Griffin, brother of Geo. Dr. J. 6,1,. Williums is out from Griffin, the Jailer, has been apORLANDO. the city to remain during the heat- pointed Deputy U. S. Marshal. " ed terin. Geo. Thompson, of East- Bernstadt gets, n similar position. Uncte Henry Rice is one of the Andrew Moore and Henry Hundon workers the Roundstone Dr. Pennington was called to see ley were in Livingotoc, Sunday. bridge. Tommy Stewart, Tuesday last, Mrs. James Riddle was visiting The patient was quite sick but is at Wildie, Saturday and Sunday. A. L Pendleton is a candidate is meeting with great for Judge of th Rowland "Kan- better. Doc. Burning of Joe Robinson, success in his practice. garoo" court. Springs, is visiting friends here. R. L. Stark who was a long time Will McHargue and several, othR. p. Bowdtir is back from an section foremau at this place, writes ers from Pine Hill attended church extended tour of the South and us from his new location, at Pleas- at Flat Rock) Sunday.Southwest, ure Ridge Park, that he has a new H. R. Hundley contemplates set You will always get a truthful girl at his house. ting up a picture gallery at this answer if you ask a woman her ngev The oil drillers at the Withers place in the near future. and slie tells you it's none of your well struck a very strong flow of business. Miss Jennie Baker who has been gas at a depth of 419 feet. Work for sometime visThe doctors performed a success- had to be suspended for a time to at Mt. Vernon ited home folks here Sunday. ful operation en a child of Mac allow the gas to escape. Your correspondent attended the Moore, the barber at Livingston, Last week a Seminole Ind ian in Medical Association at Livingston last Friday., Florida eloped with a Chief's wife. last Friday. All had a nice time. S. C. Franklin has moved into They were captured and tied to Win. Carter and Wm, Mason his new dwelling adjoining the slakes at the waters edge and were Presbjtenan church an West allowed to be' eaten by aligators iu had a row at tfiis place last Sundays Neither ot them were seriously hurt Main street. the presence of the whole tribe. but slitrhtlv iniured. They were William Felds, farmer, saw mill To All Who Owk Me. My both drinking. man, merchant, etc., and a general creditors are pushing me and am hustler from a.way back, passed up compelled to press you, so call and to Livingston from his Maywood Fettle and relieve me of the unBRODHEAD. pleasant duty of a personal dun. farm a few days since. , " - 3kGC. 3C&XPC& COD IN ONK DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quine Tablets. All druggists refund money if it fails to cure. For sale by M. C. & D. N. Williams and Win. THEiJ3&ssis!:fcc:'i: Weber druggist. TO CURE A Subscribe Now! 27-6- 111 ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Call and settle what you owe the Signal. I will sell at public sale, to the highest bidder, all the personal ef fects of the late T. J. Coffee, on fliprinmp frir tn twn rni1r? Wpsr of Wildie, Ky., on WEEKLY ?V LOUISVILLE DISPATCH DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. . FRIDAY, JULY 23. 1S97. The following described property to wit: Four extra work mules, 9 good hoises, 32 head of fine cat tle, including 10 extra good calves; 40 fine blooded sheep, best in the 1 A STRAIGHT - &" :5i ' r 'fcv, . ' V;: V- - county; 40 good hogs, fine bred stock; buggy and cart, all farm THE WEEKLY LOUISVILLH ing implements, which includes DISPATCH AND THE SIGNAL a great variety of useful tools, One year for $1.65. 100 acres of pasture, one set black smith tools, meat and lard, aud household and kitchen furniture. For Free Coinage of Silver Trums; All amounts under $5 For Chicago Platform, cash, all over that amount a credit jSTominrcs, of six month will be given with ap For Democratic proved security. Sale to begin at For Interest of Masses, 8 Correct Market Reports. Correct Cou'rt lleports, Reliable News Reports, Honest Editorial Policy, o'clock, a. m. A. V. Stkwaut, Administrator. All Latest Telegraph lSrows, All Latest State News. AH Latest Market Reports, J. W. LAWRENCE, YEARS EXPERIENCE. BO L. & IN Louisville & Nashville. Till? GKRAT - Tuesday night some one attempted to enter the store of Davis & A lawn fete, with refreshments Son by boring out the lock. They will" be given by the brass band were evidently scared qway before in yard next Tuesthe Court-hous- e accomplishing their purpose. day night Everyone should turn The Southeast Medical Associa- out and lend their aid to the cause. tion held a very successful and en- The band has given its time and joyable meeting at Liviugston last inoncv to furnish good music and Friday. They were superbly en- it is but justice that it should retertained by Dr. Cooper iu the af- ceive some encouragement from ternoon and the River Mansion the'people. Come out and enjoy the occasion. hotel did the honors that night. A. Pknnington. Mrs. James Owens is seriously TItkOUOIt gal- TRADE MARKS, DESIGNS, COPYRIGHTS Ao. ill:' Blackberries are 5 cents per Ion, Physician and Surgeon, . TRUNK 'Miss .Eva Martin was dowp from Maretburg last week. "Mr. and Mrs. M'lkomb Aldridge . ' 'were iii Stanford last week.-- - Anyone tending n elect eh and description may quickly ascertain, free, whctlior an Invention Ii probably patentablo. Communlcatlnna etrlctly ntldcntlaU Oldest asency for secuiine patent! In America. : Wo haro a Wnlilnton offlM. I'atenu taken tbroush llunn & Co rccclra ipeclal njtlcg m tbo beautifully lllnttratod, larcost clreulatton or J yny scientific journal, vrcckly, terms IJ.W a year i 1 tlJOslz inontha. bpcclmon copies and llAHU TO THK I LINE West Sleepres Mt. Vkknon, - - Kentucky. Special attention given to the EYE. Office on Main street nea.i Post'OpVe. . . SCIENTIFIC uuuk ox , 1'ATESTU flMERICAHr w South- - and WITH at '''New" church Sunday night' '"""Rev. Ragan preached the 281 Uroatlivnv. Now YorU MUNN scntfrcc(uarcM & CO.," Pulman Palace WLo csn thlnlt of sonw slinplo tuiuKioruteuir Vrntfipt rnur MeiUf thR7 mav lirln? loll wfinlth. Wrli'o J6llN WKUDEltUUltH & CO., I'atcut AttorI). 0.,for tliclr 81.800 prlzo vac; neys. Washington, -t aud lUt ot two buadrovl Uventloou warned, Wanted-- An Idea x Obl .. ItcpciiliiiK iimn Co., New Haven, Ct., When fired there for tlio U. fci. K.ivy. is a pressure on tlio biecch of GO.OOU poum' to tlio sniiiiio inch. To build n nun tlii would witlmlnml kiic.1i treinendotin strnl ivfts n great unilcrtnV'ing. but the Winches-- , tors, with their vast mid varied experience Riid wondcrfnl plant, micceedcd in turning sut n gun entirely satisfactory in every way to the Navy. Like nil Winchester rules tliev shoot to pcifection, work smqothly and easily nnil nro 'itiong serviceable arms. I ho Winchester fend n largo illustrated catalogue free upon request. f I T mm 4L-J- L - The New flfnvy Hlflr. f Horr It Is none. The slioiiKcst Hliootiiif? gun In the world "Up against it again!" gloomily remarked the now J.ee lillc made ly tlio Winches-to- r tho man who pronounces "athletic" in four syllables. fiH?1"8 WESf Be Cleverest VIRGINIA KENTUCKY J5TATB NEWS. will havo Wild turkeys aro plcntl ul in Union wntcr-oworka GHE SPANKED FOR ")icyclo store when a young fellow mine in to buy a cyclometer. Said his had given out after ho had ridden GOO miles. Was trying for a season's reeoid, and hated to begin over again. Salesman said he could fix it. Took new cyclometer, fixed it on wheel, upended the tiling in the store and began to turn. Heeled off SCO miles in no time. Thought 1 saw my graft. Went to guy I know and bet him I could rido more miles in a week than he could. It was to bo deHer IlcKret. cided by our cyclometers. Bought new cyHo was worth a good deal in money, but clometer, went up in the attic and began to not in anything else. "lam sorry to have to leave you so much," turn. Struck a hot box at the two hundred mile and stuck fast, he said, as ho put on his overcoat and start and Iscver happened to a cyclometer bcfoic. cd for the club. Just my luck." Buffalo Express. "I am sorry you can't leave mo more and do it sooner, sue returned. And somehow that bothered him all the It Cured Her. evening. In fact, he was somewhat temptLouisville woman was ill, A ed to change his will. Chicago 1'ost. and her physician pionounccd her in a Among the Enterprise of Urrnt Pltli nnil Moment criticnl condition. pretty widowsympathetic neighbors was a who was Have, ere now, had their currents "turned lavish in her expressions of sympathy for awry," as Hamlet saj s, by an attack of dys- the husband and childien. And it came to pepsia. Napoleon failed to improve his ad- pass that she began to sympathize with vantage nt Austerlitz in consequence, itis them to such an extent that kIic spent most said, of indigestion brought on by sonic in- of her time at the house. When the wife discretion in eating, In older to nvoid dys- was thought to be linking and the family pepsia, abstain from over indulgence, and were beginning to fear the oit. tho widow walked up to the husband and said: nreccuo the meal bv a wineglassful of Stomach Bitters, more effective "Ah, how I pity you, Mr. , nnd these than any dietetic in improving the tone of dear children. It will be awful if they nru tlio stomach. Liver complaint, chills and to be icaicd up without a mother to emu fever, and rheumatism aie annihilated by for them." At this injunction the wife, uilli a mighty efToit, raised up in her bed the Bitters. with the words: "Oh, you needn't bo worShe Knew AVIint She Wanted. ried; 1 am not going to die. Xo, I will not Medium The spirit of your wife wishes die, and I e.m get nlong very well without you, Mr. Jones. your assistance in the future." From that to speak with Jones Tell ner 1 lock the door and put time the woman rallied, and is now halo and hearty. Louisville Dispatch. tho cat out every night. N. Y. Journal. eighty-seventh well-know- n IIos-ictter- 's Jr'Thought I had a nuro tiling the other Vy, and was thrown as usual. Was in a the flow's that?" nsked black woman who Will w"ite B'oves with stitching. IlAitTFoni) The Similiter' the Battle Ground of the county. Great Miners' Strike. At a circus at Corbln a bear bit ton Hlodsaws, nged Matilda-Smith, New- Organizes, Labor Orators and Extorters Will Be Th,ero is raissln"''from years. nged 120, colored, her homo in Louis-lllc- .j 0 HprrnillDC tho Doctrine of Strike With Con I AcIvunelnK, nnd Not Much ot It on Ilaiul, Thoro I'romUtsto He Ki- cltlnff Times In tho Cntvl Market. Xcw Jeriicy Urocern Sued. Trenton, N. J., Juno 24 (Special). Suit has been filed here by The National Cash Register Company of I)ayton, Ohio, against Edwards & Vreelaud, giocers of l'aterson, N. J., who use a Globe cash register, which the National Company claims infringes its patents. An injunction and damages are Summer Tours Yin III-- ; To tlio Mountains, Lakes and Scashoie. Special Low Hates will bo in effect to Islands of Lake Krie, Lake Chautau- Niagara Falls, Thousand Islands, St. Lake George, .awrcnccllivcr.Adirond.icks, New Kngland Hesorts, New Yoiknnd Boston. To the Grc.it lakrs, Cleveland, Sanasked for. dusky, Toledo, Detroit, Benton lhubor, Mt. Clemens, Mackinac and Michigan Kcsorts. Mrs. Newed "Was I nervous, dear, dur-m- To tho Northwest nnd West via St. Louis the cereiuonj ?" Miss Spitegirl Well, a and Chicago. For rates, routes, time of trifle at first, darling, but not after William trains and full particulars apply to any bad said 'yes.' "Truth. agent "Big Four, or address K. O. McCor-micPassenger Trallic Manager "Big Four," Cincinnati, O. Put-in-Bap Four Itoute, How to Keep Well Tho Practical Tho One Truo Blood Purlfler. ft: six for Hood's Pills euro Kick headache. 23c. family for Bcvcrul years and by Its uso they were so natural that thoeommitlceput warded off sickness. 1 havo four children them on the top line, so that the people and they are- nil healthy and nono of them wouldn't Bincll them. Yonkcrs Statesman. havo ever had any serious sickness. Wo SliiiUc Into Your Shoes kocp ourselves well by tho uso of Hood's n powder for the feet. Sarsaparilla." Mus. P. II. Soi.i.Eit, 2&0 Allen's Foot-EasSt. Louis Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri. It cuies painful, swollen, smaiting feet and the sting out of corns and instantly takes bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery makes tight or of the age. Allen's Foot-Eas- e Very Xnturnl. Exporlonco of a lie They tell me your husband is a great artist. St. Louis Family. She That lie painted a picture of "Ihavousod Hood's Sarsuparilla in my Borne onions ho is. the last exhibition, nnd for Hood's Sarsaparilla Lauan $3. Gro r m new shoes feel easy. It is a certain cure for sweating, callous, 'hot, tired, aching feet. rom uy nu umpKisin "'" iry it. shoe stores, 25c. Trial package FHEE. Write to Allen S. Olmsted, Leltoy, N. Y. attfic'SunWmm mH8:UlcW.Y MoolbeeribOOl-Un!- """" DndRllifT. Tollivcr Can you let me have ten dollars for a week, old man? Ducro What Aveak old man? Harlem Life. As you chew tobacco for pleasure, uso Star. It is not only the best, but tho most lasting, nnd therefore tlio cheapest. Wo can tell a school teacher as far off as we can see her, and if she marries, sho has to be married at least 20 years before the trademarks are effaced. Atchison Globe. "Stnr Tolincco." ' Queen Victoria always looks so solemn." "You'd look solemn if you had had tho prince of Wales for n son all these years." sr Chicago Record. Keep Well-Drin- Ri Every evening we make resolutions about getting up earlier, nnd break them the next morning. Washington Democrat. You can always tell false teeth because they are so much nearer perfect than natural ones. Washington Democrat. we ever invent anything it will be a salt cellar that always has salt in it. Washington Democrat. Some people would rather bo deceived by their children than be told that they disobey them. Washington Democrat. Fond Mamma "Bohhv, Bobby, whatever makes you so lestless?" Bobb'v "Having to keep still so much, I suppose.'' so poor JfiaT&& KJ - M UULUtiUyyourthirsty lootbeer.A Ounnrhti " .mm w If hedds lilllii a tlio homo seeker. Lands Send for a pamphlet describing Nebraska, mailed free on application to 1 S. Eustis, General Agent, 0. 11. & Q. It. It., Chicago. nro cheap now. Pns-bend- 11 malaria, an abun dance of pure water, n, soil which is unsurpassed for richness, and is easily cult! vatcd, ylouunir all va m rietios of crnns. That Is what Nebraska offers to .ANU ol mnti B A dry healthy cH fpnm ft-n- piny Some men seem to be glad that they are that no debts can be collected from them. Washington Democrat. Boys carry their grips conspiculouslv, so people will ask them where they are going. Washington Democrat. 1 Piso's Cure for Consumption is nn A No. Asthma medicine. W. It. Williams, An-tioc- III., April 11, 1804. EDUCATIONAL. Any wife can make her husband trcmblo by saying she "has heaul something" about him. Atchison Globe. Chicago Musical College. CENTRAL MUSIC HALL. CS M IUI O I T ORATORY midART. I Lr lYl DRAMATIC 32nd SEASON BEGINS It's usually found to be pretty hard to get people interested in what you used to be. N.Y. wecKiy. man has n littta money and doesn't work, he is called a capitalist. Washington Democrat. CHIGAGO, ILL. DR. F. ZIEQFELD, PRESIDENT. If a LAZY LIVER! MMtMIMIMG4MlflllMlllfllllalRlBMl4 YOU KNOW WELL ENOUGH HOW YOU FEEL WHEN YOUR LIVER DON'T ACT. irsHMi Foit cjatalooui:. SEPT. 6, 1897. Hall's Cntnrrh Cnre Is a Constitutional Cure. Price 75c. Bile collects in the blood, bowels become constipated, and your whole system is poisoned. A lazy liver is an invitation for a thousand pains and aches to come and dwell with you. Your life becomes one long measure of ! irritability, despondency and bad feeling. ACT LUKECJILY, and in a cleansingf,purifyinp;,revitalizino; every portion of the liver, driving all the bile from the blood, as is soon shown by INCREASED APPETITE for food, power to digest it, . i. and strength to throw off the waste. A tistoearufot all DRuaaisTs, 3XC. IOC HAPPY MANNER ON THE LIVER and BOWELS, i jjHH & ,ltllIW . ROC. MI'lllIOKWIMl MAKR VOTTR, LIVER LTVELY1 . . .. . iini $ 8 3 S GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM CLEANLINESS AND "THRIFT IS A GOOD REVENUE." APOLIO A V Pa., July 13. On to 1'iTTSiiuiian, West Virginia will be tho cry this week ot nil tlio labor loaders interest cd in tho coal miners' strlka. During the week tho eloverest organizers, labor orators nnd exhorters will bo at work in tho West Virginia diggings, spreading tho doctrine of strlko Vieo Presiuont Carney, o' tho Amalgamated association, and Ilov. Winston Green, who wero appointed organlzors by the United Libor leagno Sunday night, loft for West Virginia Monday morning, nnd six others, whose names havo not yet been announced, will follow Monday night or Tuesday. Pittsburgh's quota of organlzors will bo joined in West Virginia 'iucsdny or tho next day by thoso from other parts of the United States. Thoro will bo enough of them to thoroughly cover the entire coal regions of the state. When they havo tlmshoi their worlc they will come to Pennsylvania nnd tho George's crook district of Maryland. They will work among tho miners of the New York and Cleveland Gas Coal Co. and tho Westmoreland and Clearfield regions, it the striko is not settled boforo that time. Whatever success they may have in tho West Virginia, Maryland, Clearfield and Westmoreland fields, the olllcials of tho United Mine Workers, according to will havo hard present indication-)work in pursuading tho employes In the Xew York and Cleveland Gas Coal Co.'s mines to strike, 'lho olllcials arc hnndicappc by the court's injunction restraining them from going on tho company's property. Hut this is overshadowed by the apathy of the miners themselves. A visit to the mines developed the prevalence of' a willingness to strike provided the Mine Workers' union guarantees them their wages for tho time they aro out. Tho feeling among tho miners is exemplified in tho failure to hold tho much udvertisc I meeting at Heuiah church Sunday afternoon. At the Plum creek, Sandy creek and Turtle creek pits none of tho diggers know anything of tho prpposed mcetlng.t Many Of tho miners said they would' A $300,003. not striko under nny circum-tanccKr.ruir.ic.VN8 of tho Twenty-nint- h The Cloirfleld bituminojs coal dis' trict and wnat Is known as tho Mount- judicial district huvo renominated ain coal llald along tho lino of thu Judge W. W. Jones for circuit judge. Pennsylvania rallroa 1. between JohnsA it.tition was circulated at Lexingtown and Altonna, bjgan receiving or- ton ntking Gov. Ilradley to pardon Neders from tho Pittsburgh district. The. gro Geo. Dinning, who shot and lc Hod action of the United Mine worlrs' of-- 1 Jodie Conn, n member o.' tho Simpson ficials in deciding to make Wojt Vir county mob which, it J. was giuiu tho battleground of tho strike,' imnf lO mimlcr Dinning. Many white has caused alarm a'mong tholojal &hbSlj(onlo sk-nc-d U, pors. Consequently thoy will SIJnitkii Statks MAitsiiAr. James Ins placo emergency orders at good round tippoinieu iwo coioro.i ucpuues ii. figures with tho operators in the Clear- Kennedy, of Henderson, nnd Wnlkor field and mountain regions in case the .Illnckburn, of Ilussollvillo. striking miners aro successful in efJambs II Wood, tho Adntns Express fecting a total suspansion of coil pro- agent at Mt Sterling, was robbed of duction in West Virglni'i and tho $70 and a gold watch. Ho had taken Georgo's creek district of M irylnnd. his money homo to bo used in payment The latter has one of tho heaviest out-- ' of home bills, and loft his houso about puts of any coal region in tho United! the time of tho nrriv.il of a train from oluius, uuu auppuuu till uusioni uuir-- r tho west Within a few moments nftct kots with tho bulk of tho coal during leaving tho liouso tho robbery tho strike of 18'Jl. With bituminous coal advancing, Hit A. 1). Jamks has assumed hh and not much of tho on linml, now duties as United States marshal thoro promises to bo exciting times in for Kentucky. A. T. Herd was appointtho coal mar.et. It is known that ed chief deputy. there aro a number of operators short Dan Cuiiur was hald without ball on small orders, and it is probable that for tlio murder of Corloy at Corbin. a number of tho m illor dealers will Tiik trustees of Center college nt unite iu making ono big purchase and Danville mot and elected Dr. II. . thus protect their trade. Tho vislblo supply of coal is very Winton, of San Francisco, president, Tke posmall. There arc about tun train loads vice W. C. Young, deceased. of tho Pittsburgh product on the sid- sition pays 53,000 per year, Tin: grocery business of Honry Manings of tho Fort Wayne railroad between this city and Alliance on which ning, at llardstown, was closed on nn the railroad company has an caglo attachment sued out by a Louisvillo trade", firm. eye. It was mined for the but sinca held. l'hen there are S,'- Pkmiu:okf. will vote on local option 000,000 to 10,003,003 bushels on August 7. tho flats and barges along tlio Huitonss Smith, nged 19 years, wns rivers. Tills might as well bo In drowned in Deer creek, near Sobree, tho mines as far as sit'sfylng w'ilo bathing. Young Smith was n tho rail demand is concern d. It printer nnd his homo was at Proviwill cost nc.irlv as much to handle ii dence. as It di to dl it, nnd if itis put on A vi:nv extensive potty swindle has tho market it will bj at a very stiff been practiced iu Newport by tho price. Uhoro aro serious doubts, howagents of nn eastern tea house. ever, of tlio opsrators bslnf able to Tho stranger made numerous tm;ill put it on tho market. Tho miners will sales of what ho claimed to bo tho finwatch tho coal In tho barges and If an est black tea. A closo examination attempt Is made to load it for tho rail- reveals tho fnct that about s road trade tho handlers will bo Inof it c6nslsts of tho flnost gradn of duced to strike. In this tlio miners exclover hay run through a Ono cutting pect to bo successful. ranchinc. A suillciont quantity of tea is'nddod to givo tho necessary flavo-- . FHlr i o it .M n r Mujr s rlke. A cukfi'.w law hns been adopted by Faikmont, W. Va., Juno 13. Tho operators at tho 57 mines in this tho Elkton council. Lexington dealers havo raised tho comity which constitute the Kawinont 'ion, on which the results of prico of coal three cents a bushel. coal ro It. G. Wilson, of Auburn, a well the great minors' striko rests, gave an advance of 6 conts a ton Monday, to known citizen, wns found dead iu his all tho men. This ineivnso of va','cs, barn. Rainhv Wkli.s and Sell Fnkcs nro with tho flvo conts given tho men Wednesday, brings tho price to 40 two well known citizens in Callowny cents a ton running coal, which is 13 county. Many people havo been sleeping in cents more on tho toi than the Pennsylvania and Ohio miners are striking tho courthouse yard, Hawesville, during tho hot wcathor. for when the difference of railTiik store of A. M. fe A. 11. O'Mara, road rates nnd screening aro taken into consideration. Nevertheless tho at Williamsburg, wns burglarized, and sympathies of many of tho miners of a largo quantity of goods taken. tnis rpglon nro with tho strikers. ALuoKktt Onan, n bnkor, of Owens-borlthough tho organizers, four of which attempted to commit sulcido by are already In tho region, will havo a cutting his throat. Ho will recover. hard battle If they succeed in getting Hkn Cuoucil, u water carrier for a tho men out, that may bo tho final rerailroad gang, was killed by cars at sult. Huda switch. Undhii a decision in a test case tho Hid Siulilenly. bo IlAiiiiifHUiio, Pa., July 13 Lonft W, city of Louisvillo will probably ;ul'lod on to pay about 570,000 to turn-plk- o Hall, attorney for tho Pennsylvania companies for turnpikes taken railroad and a member of the board of visitors to tho United States Military into tho city by tho oxtenslon of tlio academy at West Point, diod suddenly elb limits. Foil the 18 days in Juno that Lieut Monday morning of heart disease. " CJov.Worthlngton acted ns governor ho Suicided by Shuotlne. t restored citizenship to 47 Chicago, July 13. Sheridan H. Mai pardoned 17 mon convicted of murder son, 34 yoars of ago, son of tho hoad;of and manslaughter, five of whom wero tho banking firm of Mason & Lawls. serving li.'o sentonoes. Ho also pardoncommitted suicide-Mondaed 17 mon convicted of housebreaking. by shooting. malicious outting, otc. ' , 1 difll-culty s. 1 G-1 nine-tenthy Tub Uracken County Toachers' association mot at Tollsburg. A Chicago firm has purchased 1,500,-00- 0 gallons of Ilourbon whisky from a Louisvillo firm. Miw. O. F. Woodfuff, wlfo of n prominent Louisvillo hatter, attempted suicide by taking a largo doso of cocaine. Maiiion Vandeiu-ooi- . and wife, of near Corbin, are tho parents of 2(1 children. Tho youngest is flvo and the oldest 30. At Franklin W. T. Komcrys, as ad mlnlstrator of a relative, J. T. Kern erys, was awarded judgment for SU,-00against tho L. & N. railroad. The man was killed in a collision. 11 Nathan Elliott, of tho Kentucky university, won tho S7.5 pri.o in tho college oratorical contest nt tho Kentucky Chautauqua. John. T. Geary, of tho State college, won tho second prize. Gov. HitAiH.r.T roturnod tho other night and resumed his labors at tho cxecutivo oflico next morning after an absencoof nearly a mouth at Colorado Springs, Col. llo was met at tho train by several of his frionds, who barely recognizoJ him, his beard having boon shaved. Tun heat wave is causiug suffering all over west Kentucky. Many prostrations aro reported, several fatal. Two hundred men employed on the Illinois Contrnl below Paducah struck tho other duy.declaring that they could not work in such weather. Thrashing crows arc abandoning their machines in tho wheat Holds. Tin: new courthouso at llroo'tville has been completed, aud court convened in it tho other day. Dkf. nnd Jack Tumor, cnarged with shooting and killing Marion Sebastion, at Lancaster, have been released on 1,500 bail. At Lexington tho ball from a cartridge discharged by an electric car struck Frank O. Young in tlio face, producing n serious wound. ( POLICIi.MAN Kayiiuhn liAKi'.n, while trying to tracj tho assailant of Mrs. Mnrie McCann, nt Lexington, was overcome by tho heat Ho will probably die. Tin: stockholders of tho Hank of Louisville huvo voted to ro luce tlio stock of that institution from $(150,000 to 0 the public, ns tho man decided who offered to assist a distracted woman and ameliorate ttic sufferings of a lot of people on a suburban car. The boy who howls was in evidence, tlio curled darling of his onlyown mother nnd the terror of everybody else, nnd ho had kept tho car in n stato of wild excitement nnd exhausted tho patienco of everybody, including his doting parent. "Oil, if your father were only here!" alio had said for the fiftieth time, ns slio tried vninly to restrain tlio howling terror. At Hint he Btoppcd howling long enough to beat the nir with his small shins, nnd the woman on the other sido of him remarked audibly that n cage wns tho proper place for savages like him. "Johnny, dear," nsked his mother, "won't you bo a good boy?" Hoars and kicks from Master Johnny. "Oil, I wish your father were hero to give you a good trouncing this very minute!' bIic willed, ns she struggled with liim. Then it was that the philanthropist of the company asserted himself. Ho had been trying in vain to read his morning paper ever since he otarted from home. "Allow me, madam," lie said, blandly. "I nm n father myself, nnd I will ho luippy to chastise your cherub in behalf of his nbscnt the Good Samaritan net in the interests People never get oncourngement for doing of THE FAMILY. Kind Offer Was Ilcfuncd. AirEAirirywiFB Ib a Huaband'o Inspiration. Plicr sleep everything Arca her, woman, A sickly, especially when she is tho mother of n family, is a damper to nil joyousness in tho home. 1 sometimes YMHHKiiJK marvel at tho patienco of some bus bands. Ifo. woman finds that """N v her cnorgles i aro flagging nnd that qrauan iOvw ' oisiurucu i by horriblo dreams, nnd thnt she often is'y rdgol Nv m ) mWmm2jff- wakes (suddenly in tho night with a parent." ''Oh, no, you won't, not if I know itl" said Johnny's mother, rising in her wrath hko a tigress. "There nin't that man living daro lay n finger on that boy his own father or nny other ugly catamount who thinks ho knows it nil," nnd she uliut off debate by going into tho next car nnd tnk-in- g the sweet infant with her. Chicago . iimcs-llcrald- feeling of suffocation nnd alarm, sho must at oiico regain her strength. It matters not whero sho lives, sho can writo a letter. Mrs. rinkham, of Lynn, Mass., will reply promptly nnd without charge. Tho following shows the power of Lydla E. rink-ham- 's mwrk better health No Such Thing. "Five dollars!" exy than I havo (r claimed nn indignant man, who had used the past ten years, 'phone for ns mnnv minutes; had for tho to all distressed "and yet they say 'talk is cheap.' "Judge. I wish to say x. suffering women, do not suffer longer, A woman really has no good luck in maris ono so kind nnd willing rying unless she marries a man on his when thcro to nld you." Mrs. P. S. Bennett, Westdeathbed and he leaves her his life insurance. Atchison Globe. phalia, Kans. 1 There Wns Flftht In Illm Still. "What's the matter?" inquired the foreman, ns ho entered the sanctum for copy and noted the editor's bleeding nose, swollen forehead, puffed, red eye nnd tattered, dusty coat., ''Fall downstairs?" "No only that," replied the editor, pointing with Ins finger to a paragraph in the paper before him. "It's in our account of the Crapley-Smit- h wedding. It ought to read: 'Miss Smith's dimpled, shining face formed a pleasing contrast with Mr. Crnpley's strong, bold physiognomy.' Hut see how it was printed. And tho foreman read: "Miss Smith's pimpled, skinny face formed a pleasing contrast with Mr. Crnpley's stony, bald .physiognomy." "Crapley was just in I linn. " n.i,!...n.l ,1mA ... I n .....!.. . . handkerchief iu the waste basket nnd feeling in his pockets for n clean one, "nnd he but just send that fool of a proof render in hero! There's fight left in me yet!" Typographical Journal. 1 hlood-strenkee Compound, accompanied with a letter of ndvlec: " Dear Mrs. rinkham: I have suffered for over twO years with falling, enlargement nnd ulceration of tho womb, nnd this spring, being in such a weakened condition, caused mp to How for nearly six months. Somo tlmo ago, urged by friends, I wroto to you for advice. After using tho treatment which you for a short time, that terrible flow stopped. 1 am now gaining: , Vcgctablo nd-vis- ed tPl Ammm. CSWaw strength nnd flesh i and havo I The boy who bit a green npple remarked, with a wry face: " 'Twos ever thus in childhood sourl" THE MARKETS. LIVK Cincinnati. July nonl S VJ CA1.VKS hiilr to cood Common liOU .MUed packers hflcct lutchers..... Light slillpcrs..... lce ni; llslit.. 3 83 3 3 3 3 6 j 12 3 W 4 t, MO da PllKKl'-CnoLAMIiS-bpri- HAJUH- -n inter f milr 3 red.... GKA1N Wheat-N- o. sou . 3 40 00 W lib 3 4i 3(1 55 00 41 3 30 4 6 40 it 9 si tl Na 3 Corn red Prime to choice l'UOVIMONS Moss rorlc... Linl co lino steam , l'l BUTTKK-Choldairy Prime to choice cronmcry.. API'I.KSrcr .' bbl IV- - W .... v POTATJUs NEW YOKK. FLOUIt-Wln- tci jiuaIiI I north'n. a HA I- N- Wheat--.HAY o. Oat..Na 'J TJyo .No. No. a mixed 5 , 10 it 78 u "7 Ci fU ii 34 e VU &4i .Mullifiiinllm. There are people who tell us the distance old Mother Earth is from the stars, counting miles upon miles into millions, as tho distance from Neptune to Mars. Ihe way they throw figures is awful, on tho size of the littlo sun spot, and how long it would take to walk round it if it wasn't so deuced-lhot. They measure the depth of tlio oco.ui, and the distance across it ns well. tho "weight in the nir of n meteor, and ocnte the right spot where, they fell. Hut astronomers and mathematicians nil confess that they enn't get iiiat right tho miles cone over by papa, when lie "totes" the cross kid in the night.-- N. Y. World. - . y Zi 8 MI0 50 Sfttt 00 (5 3 75 ts 44 2 0) 64 3 10 I 7i 4S S a iH 4 31 70 4 OS No. S red COILV-OAlS-Ml- No xed mlikd 8 IS Q M . 78 7GH POHIvNewmes LAIU Wcitorn CHICAGO. GHAIN (it 8 74. 4 12K 4 . WJi -- - rOKN-N- m 2 OATS No 2 POItIC Mess IiAKu--Steain.- .., FLOUK Winter iMiuai. Wheat No 3 rod.... Nit. 2 Chicago spring 4 23 C)i 70)4 2M 17 40, 2W4 7 &U 7 43 3 B7tf'(5 3 00 UALT.MOKU FLOUK--Famil- y QllAIN Wtioat No. Corn .Mixed 2 IiAItU-rteilned i..r.. . .. 3 S3 71 unite. i0 25!j'0 3 80 3 0J & 4 13 71 U Oil 80H 20 M PUIUC Must CAT 1'Li: First nunllty HOaS Western INDIANAPOLIS S 10 83 4 15 4 10 (luccii & CrcMccnl. .During the Tennessee Centennial arid International Imposition nt Nashville, Tenn., ii low rale special tariff has been established for the sale of tickets from Cincinnati and other terminal points on the Queen & Crescent Itoute. Tickets nro on sale daily until further notice to Chattanooga at $0.75 ono way or $7.20 round trip from Cincinnati, tlio round trip tickets being good seven days to return: other ticket, with longer return limit, at ) 1)0 and at $13.50 for the round trip. Those rates enable tlio public to visit Nashville and other Southern points at rates never before offered. Vestibulcd trains of the finest class nrc at the disposal of tho passenger, affording a most pleasant trip, nnd enabling one to' visit tho very interesting scenery nnd important in nnd about Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain and Chickamauga National Military l'nrk. Tickets to Nashville to visit tho Centennial can bo repurchased nt Cliatta-noog- a f6r $3.40 round trip. Ask your ticket nsent for tickets via Cincinnati nnd the Q. I U. Houte South or writo to Agent, W. 0. 1UNKAKSON, Gen'l Cincinnati, O. battle-grounds 71 IWr - GRAIN--Wheat--- 70 2 mixed 2mlxcd LOUISVILLE. FLOUR Winter patent UHA1N Wheat No. 2 red ... CurnNo OjtsNo. Corn-Mixed I8H 3 73 20 4 A King's Humor. "We have a long to settle with Turkey," said Prince Constantino, grimly. 'Ycs," said King George, with n smile, "and it's a running account at thnt." Cleveland Plain Dealer. 00 03 Oti-Mlx- od ia P01tK-.V- eis LAUU-Stc- am .8 50 4 12M :0H 2uh "Dear me." said nn old lady, who probably never 'knew of such a game as baseball, "dear me! How this craze for china is crowing. Here's n club in New York city that is paying $3,000 for n pitcher." H . mam Rattlesnakes, Butterflies, ? and ... w . Washington Irving said, he supposed ? certain hlll'was called "Rattlesnake Hill" because it abounded in butterflUs. The " rule of contrary " governs other names. Some bottles arc, sup posedly, labeled " Sarsaparilla " because they are full of . . . well, we don't know what they ate full or, but we know it's not sarsaparilla; except, perhaps, enough for a flavor. There's only one make of sarsaparilla that can be relied on to be all it claims. It's Aycr's. It has no secret to keep. Its formula Is open to all physicians. This formula was examined by the Medical Committee at the World's Fair with the result that while cycry other make of sarsaparilla was excluded from the Fair, Aycr's Sarsaparilla was admit and honored by awards. tIt was','admltted because it was the best sarsaparilla. It received, .the medal as the best. No other sarsaparilla has been so' tested or so honored. Good motto for the family as well us the Fair iNAdmit tho best, ' exclude) the rest.' , Any doubt (.bout Itf Send for the " Curebook."- 'j j It kills doubts sod cures doubters. Address i J. C Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. .,' $VS a 50 SLOS HOW TO BUILD WIUIAMS MFC CO., KAIAMAZOO, MICH. D1SCOTEBT; ask 'Western "Wheel "Works CHIC A GO nt voi CrVTALQGVE FREE USE IS. A"-cougn BTrup. iosirsuooo. Best 1?". '""" ""m.'"T CURFS WHERE AIL IA I' case. IrentmentFreo. slDnDQYroT LIVWk: book of tntlmonllf and lO dsyi' O I qulclfrellttuitlcuresworst Send for siren Pr.ll. II. CniSS'l rorbook.Dr.J-B.HARRIS&C- send nillACn rue liulldln, Claciniistl, stamp uANIlCll CURED AT HOME Ohio. I I0, ltli, G.. 1665 In lime. Fold br druiJcUtft. uhi A. N. WHEN K.- -E picnic lute thus you In this paper WRlTIKb TO ADVERTISERS r tbe AUvei'UsQ-mea- t i TCtf' j " "