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Yield 4(5. - new Likely to ll features; In theCoal ll'ln F1F1T-Jmvr- il C0NGIIESS. A years. tet flea hat been known to Uto aix I gavo-ouChicago, July 10. Vice President P. By provision of Its charter, depositors are ns fully protected ns an Wcaro, of tho North American tho prlco of ico. depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually Transportation & Trading Co., has English coin was first made a legal received dispatches from tho Cloudyke liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par value tender In 1210. lie fore this rents had placer gold fields of Alaska, which thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may act been paid in produce. confirm the stories of its fabulous rs Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an individual. ( I'iftt years ago there wero in India wealth received from tho Pacific coast xjt only , Ul ordained Christian pastors. during the past weok. .The steamship 'Thoro are now about 1,000. tho North American Co., Portland, of Co., and ment authorlzln; the secretary ot tho navy to Condition of Fiimalk spiders are much larger and arrives at Seattlo, Wash., from its Investlgato and receive propositions for tho semi-annuexpedition ' within a more ferocious than the males, and ford, Kentucky, December 31, 1896. . establishment of a government armor factory week and bears 81,000,000 in gold often dovour their husbands. and report to congress at Its next session. It . RESOURCEa LIABILITIES. was agreed to. An amendment was adoptod dust from the Yukon fields. The men. v. When the sparrowhnwk is swooping 12'0,'OOM (277,010.01 Capital Stock From another eiurco it wasjreported to pay balatico of 114,48 to claimants under f.nans and Discounts down on its prey it cleaves spaco at dispatch sums up tho yield of dust and tho I7.G03.8I) claims commission 7.C70I9 Surplus Fund nuggets in that Eldorado country dur- to bo a meeting "of tho condlfotors and nnd then the ndeficiency bill was pissed Mr. Overdrafts and llonds the speed of 150 miles an hour. 1,08407 Otber Stocks Deposits 14.47981 41,t;01.9'J Individual ' 3,876.3( Tin; Franks took their name from ing the year as approximately 85,000,-00- brakemen of tho roads qtfitcrlng in llule mool th4t tho senate adjourn ovor Due from National Hanks Hanking Houso v..... &.&80.00 Duo from National Banks Tho letter is from Capt. John J. Pittsburgh. A'cdncsday. lost on a viva voce vote. the Fraucisqucs, or battle axes, which MJ3B1 800.00 Due from itatoIUnks una I''lxtutcB II oust Tho houso was In sossion about. Furniture llealy, who has piloted crafts or tho It was claimed that tho anion taken 10,701 C9 they threw with deadly effect. Cuah t3)2,2i8.8 "T3o!!Jw!53 North American Co. through tho wind- was at tho suggestion of thf national tin co minutes and adjourned until Wednesday.o ' The value of tho houso property of Washington, July 15, Sknate Tho sen-at"London is S3,305,000,000j that of Paris, ing Alaskan rivers fjr years. It is officials of tho Rallvay,Vainmcn's was in a deadlock for several hours Wed7, from Circlo City, near union. . x. nesday with business at a standstill whilo 81,430,000,000; that of Now York, Sl, dated Juno Actlvo work has boon codfjenccd in calls ol tho senato roll and other parliamentthe Ilritlsh boundary, and depicts 355,000,003. eoko regions and cffMgtWlll bo ary oxp;dlcnls wero roiortcd to. It was duo the immense Williams, Mt. Vernon, Ky W. A. Carpenter, Milledgeville, K Tiiinin tiro already 1,500 horseless ve- graphically been made within fortunes' tho Ho bring out to the securo ctton on tho resolution 'at ot Mr. effort to (Kan.), designed to prevent tho J. J. M. Hail, Stanford, Ky. . a fort- mado Har.-ihicles in the streets of Paris, and on which have Jno. S. Owsley, Stanford, Ky'. John night by roaming, penniless minors. mines whero tho product isjWng ship- disposal of tho government lion on tho Union " " Tuly 1 600 automobile cabs wero added Jno. F. Cash J. E. Lynn new regions ped to Pittsburgh. Vico Pacific railroad under the terms of an alleged Capt. Ilcaly tells of to that number. " ' " William Gooch, which havo been discovered; indeed, President Cameron MiliiBtfof thfj agreement Thcro were many roll calls on S.J Embry, Tin: hydra fusca, a sort of polypus, tho captain says that not less than, St ir. Harris' motion to consider tho resolu-ioW. H. Cummings, Preachersville, Ky. Mlno WorkcrsloiBfJionday quorums appearing and disappearing may bo turned Inside out like a ?Iuvi', worth of gold dust is scooped up' with morning for the ooko rcgialfl jand adnd from li to S o'clock no Unal voto on tho 8. H. SHANKS, President. J, B. OWSLEY, Cashier ami will continue to livo aud cat as overy shovelful of dlf t, afad that ap- dressed a mass mcctingBmen em .notion was secured. It finally went over unheartily as ever. W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. plies to every piece of ground into ployed at tho Smock andftBrd mines.. til Thursday. Pending one of tho roll calls a Miss Saiiaii A. Dixon was ordaiucd which tho shovel is dug. Salaries to .A mass meeting is schnlH fo bo resolution was passed allowing the sculptor SS?We solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, and in Lowell, Muss., tho other evening, as miners aro not less than 813 a day, and held at Unlontow.n TucsdaJMiich will. of the Sherm'm status to erect a studio nour they will receive, prompt attention. tho tho stulm. J. B. OWSIyEY, Cashier t pastor of the Congregational church of a man can get his provision and susten- be addressed by McssrsBler and for slto ot strictures byThis afforded a text somo Mr. Morgan on tho Mass. Tyngsboro, lo idlock which had occurred. ance for 82. Warner. Hoimk When resumed its sesA.NOTiiEii. attempt to' have Tullcrlcs "There is no trouble," said Mr. Cameron Miller and. fjoejHlry Wra. sion Wednesday tho house recess Tuosday, altar tho palace rebuilt is being made in France. Wcaro, "that the mines aro only part- Warner visited Tur'tlo CK?Sunday Mr. Ander.ion (rep, Iowa) asked unanimous 'Jlds tlmo tho movement is led by the ly uncovered. . All my dispatches agrco to havo a talk with thelHaers consont for tho consideration of a joint resoSociety for the Preservation of Public this is tho continuation of the mother lution to permit the erection of n temporary by tho Now YorUjKfd. CleveMoii'unicnlH. of Gen. itudlo on uturo site vein in this country. Von Humboldt, -land Gas Coal Co. They WW? served Sherman, the ftho erectionofoftho statuecontract DEALER IN-' which a for Fiioos and toads have remarkably upon his. visit .to Hutch Harbor, near with an injunction restraining t)iem has bocnmadc Thero was no objection and tho acute hearing. Tho slightest noise in llristol bay, predicted that tho mother from interfering with tho;wners resolution was adopted. Mr.Cannon moved tho vicinity of a pond will at onco at- vein would show Itself in Alaska in a In the senate amendments to the Tho mines at Lecchbtifc o'n tho general deficiency' bill, which came over from tho attention of tho frogs and parallel line. tract Everything indicates West Penn railroad, have.lfcYi closed. the senato Wednesday. 'Iho motion prevailed put them on their guard. the truth of this prophecy. Tho diggers had not b'elKiUked to and Messrs. Cannon, Northway and' Saycrs "Circlo City and Fort Cudahy woro join the movement, but CJ&j'roilMIl- - wero appointed conferees. Mr. Morris (rep, O.Ni of tho latest appliances fpr .use tho principal gold fields boforo tho icr communicated wjjtn tirfhnu. tncy Minn.) asked unanimous consent for the conin a bakeshop oven consists of a sideration ot a, resolution to appropriate which takes the whole .wheat Ciondyko Holds wero discovered last agreed to lay down thol tho unexpended balance ot tho approUcn. John Little, of tl and grinds it, mixes wator with it and fall and tho rush for those fields has priation forthe Mississippi flood suffere't for I AM SELLING GOODS LOWER THAN THEY WERE EVER' board of arbitration, at kneads it Into dough ready for the continued since. rollot ot thoso wno havo been ronuered tho SOLD BEFORE IN MT. VERNON. "Gold fields have also been discov- mlt, of tho Now Y'ork ai destitute by tho recent lloodi near Altken, oven. ciV. llnn. Objection was made.. At 13:30 the houso aro being ered of great value In the vicinity of. Ga.i.Qoal Co., are still in Pneumatic typewriters My Store is on the Corner of Main Street and Taylor Avenue, Neat adjourned until Thursday. placed on tho market, tho keys being Noatak river, which Is in Ilritlsh terri- dcavoring to securp tho. July 14 Srnatk Paclfto The Presbyterian and Baptist Churches. a scries ot soft rubber bulbs opening tory, but tho travel has been and con- - tho eastern coal qperaioi railway affairs ocoupiod tho attention of tho JIqIcIb. formlty agriomon. sonilto thrdughout tho day and tho Harris res- into pipes with valves ut the opposite tlnues to be, toward the Yukon, New Goods and Hard Time Prices. Call "and-8e- v ig to the mndlng judicial pro- ,.,.!. fn.nn 4t.n ..n. lnn.ni r otrtirn t This vcar tho number of miners Inthla 1od to return Tuosds . !... iliiiAvi .... W. , 1. .... ...... tin.. - In...n.anf1 .. ..a I. ivrOntllSi.,rIday.icinSOro,lJ.?1BP1 . v."icrrnorjr ua llui nnnnr V; J ITMIMfiM n ii rj ag r. nun-. "Frvaaa.is" Senators Stewart and Whlto IMuueainuhaTir lcjv.,Bvr(iq flltu? .thalqf7fm.3d win uo no in rrr.lSTilftadv5. personalities In connection vlth the contest commission nne(1fiTf. over tho San Pedro (Gal ) deep water harbor. ' oi mese ed qiere.l'5.Mo Tobac- wmaT r a3it. ' i lent The joint resolution wastopassed ucceptlng tho Coi'umrus, 0., July ItoVsyti'ianthgpTf 6f over 2d per minors come from the silver mines ana ismrtorSZ-J-.iVftsJSIPiLdw participate In the Invitation of France (n . push through tile wild country ana Ratchford and Secrotary Pearce Monin !,.... "VXV nn.i i !i rn!n Paris exposition ot 1003. w vwuw u wewut.w irvBwi ?& v viv In this way tho day issuodv lettor totho public glvlnj over tho mountains. House No buslnom was transacted by tho condition than last year. The most wonderful wino collars in dlstanco is only 1,000 miles, while, tho tho causes leading up to tho present house Thursday. nImn cdlatrly nftor the Jour3,000 miles." routo circular siys that nal was approved rerots was taken on Mr. 'the world ore undcrncath'anobleman's water Wcaro'covers also news of a new suspension. Thois not a choice, but an Cannon's motion until Friday, Mr. Cannon Mr. has tho suspension having givon assurun'O to Mr, Uallcy that in palace ut Warsaw. They have he en have moved to my now Hotel arc am better prepared used for storing wines for over 400,! discovery of gold fields, hitherto un alternative forced upon the miners In his opinion a partial or complete conferonco Ta natouched, living An ycur, uuu wiu wuuiu ijiui'u ib una uiaoa na river, near the mouth of thelargest their demand for as sayingwages. joint report on tho dotlciency bill would bo ready than ever to accommodate the public by that time. Good Livery ai in a which is tho second operator is quoted of fungi and stalactitics. AVasiu.voton, July 17, Sknatf Tho open river of Alaska, and enters tho. Yukon conference prior to the suspension: sebslon of the scnato was brief and uneventful tached and every convenience desired. Givo me call Insanity is increasing in Ireland. En " . ' "Go on. and fight, we are ready for Friday, The Hurries resolution relating to glish statisticians say that otic serious at tho town of Wcaro. the Union Pacific rallro .d. was further disyou." is the abuse of tea, ancauso ot lunacy GENERAL FE'AR At l:S0 the senato went The movement Is characterized as cussed. remaining behind closedInto executive0 in alcohol, n other an session, doors until Kepatltlnn of the Moody ItloU of "nothing'less than a spontaneous up- o'clock and then adjourned until Saturday. Of third tho disappointment of having 1KOO at Valparaiso. people, who have rising of an enslaved House The houxo Friday agreed to tho partried emigration and failed. New York, July 10. A dispatch to determined to submit no longor to tho tial conference report on tbo gcueral dcflclcn- Em:r,oi:.NCY brakes for railroad and ,cy appropriation bill was then concurred In, tho He raid "from Valparaiso says: cruel, heartless and inhuman conConvenient to railroad station. Rates "reasonable. trolley cars havo a lover on tho platamendment fixing the limit of cost tbs Thcro is a general Jear here that a form ot the car to bo depressed and repetition of tho bloody riots of 1800 ditions imposed upon them by un- of urrfior plate for tho three battleships, now Porters meet all trains. scrupulous employers which has re- uuuujng, at tsoo per ton. Tint) w..s me main , forco a toothed wheel down into the whon scores Of riotors were point In dispute houses. A ground or against a roughened sur- and killed by the police and shot down duced, them and thoir dependents to .slrJng'cn'ort wjh between to tho two tho houso to milltia,'is( ,'tictttarstarvation." made Induce . . face nt the side of the track. ' ngrco to n substitute imposition fixing ', 'h- - ..&' :",! hand. , t , ; ' Thf. shah of Persia is fond of rough at recommendIW, t.8 tho limit nt ,V .Advocate Arbitration. ed, by tho sccreur of tho navy, but huntlngtrlp?, and ii.sajd tobothobst "brought about by the action of tho Pa., July" 20. i'itts-rburg- h after threo hours' dobato tho house, by a voto PriTsiiURGii, i gunshot In his domain. 'Ho has bag- mayor of Valparaiso In ordering l.QQdt councils Monday, In regular of It; to 41 concurred In the senato amendged quantities of bl game, and onq , worljorttl.'eed'.thwreyy'ihrpwlng passed a resolution calling on ment. On motion of Mr. Hrulerlck (rep., of Irs lavoruo tncits ,is. ,tp .snoot && ;pioltsan"ds'o"C"mon out of omploymont. Prosldent McKinley to use hs good Kas.) tho senate resolution directing the secc . fi I hole througn a copper coin tossed into Unless something is donbimmedfattatv' offices' Jnl tho settlement ot tho coal retary of wi r to Issue 1,1)00 tents for tho uso of tho Urand Army encampment at Leavenworth, '.; thw air. to provide for. tho idlo thousands, seri- .ininer' strike. Tho resolutio 1 advo- Kas., next October, was adopted Mr. CantvAriLr vM etrinnrftlinn ankles when ous trouble will Ve'sult.1 1 a true unl orinity non then called up tho conlercnce report on . cates arbitration on j'bktitlng, a now dovico is formed of , a Tho authorities, only quellod jho 'basis, and'urges the presiden to act tho general deficiency bill which meantime i bnicor ruunlng up tho sido of the log' riots of 1800 aftpr; a great loss.pfjifo. Druggists and Pharmacists. promptly a' the matter befcre tho had keen agreed to by IDo senato Too housog ' in tbo senato amendment npprorrl-atluwith clamps for tho ankle .and The rioters at that tlmo 'looted many strike develops into an industrial war concurred frr removing obstructions in tho y. $5,000 to tho skate at the hcol thus stores to obtain food and clothing, tjnd to violate tliclmibllc Kootenai river, Montanu Adjourned until ; kcoping tho anklo from .twisting or the 'result was tho nolleS'iind militia Jneticofnil.seriously Intorfcro with tho Monduy, Washinoton, July 20. Senate Monday turning. ',. wore called out to .tyu ant end o the'' J Business Interests of this community. W In tho senato was principally devoted 10 a SrAiN, among her desperato resorts irouoios. scores 91 iuio men were snot To Substitute Anthrault) for Hlulilnuus discussion on Mr. Harris' resolution relating JvLM t Cuba, down and cut down in. tho streets., to procure money for tho war in to tho Union Pacific railroad Mr Morgan, of f ' : Coal. '1 . has established a monopoly for the. ' Alabama, concluded his remarks In favor of Chicago, July 20. Tho local coal tho Laiiet Mootjooierr Heard From. and Mr. Stewart spoko In opsale and manufacture ot gunpowdor. We carry Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, of Nebraska 'Ore.1; ' July 10. Itussell situation has been mado more itrlous position to it Mr. Thurston PoitTLANb; In tho call for bids it is, announced Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj coal froh tho wus speaking In opposition when at o'clock diverting of that uono under SOJO.OOO ay6ar will bo Montgomery, a IT. S. naval cadet. who 'by thoyircrinia minestho Soaps, CigarSj Tobaccos, &c. PrescripmteaucQ ir uu tho sonata went into oxccutlve session uud disappeared from Annapolis over a West conslUcrcd. shortly thoro if terwjrd ndjourncd. tions carefully compounded at all hours. year' ago, has been .heard t from in' cago' to .points along tidowatcranh into on tho tariff HotlSK The conferenco report Miss Kukh.nk ljKViiiiuiaE, the ChicaA number Give us a call for goods usually kept in a after tho houac go girl who has won fame byhor work Alaska. He writes to his father, J. B. the Now England reclcn. coal con bill woh adpp'tod bymorning by nshortly 181 to voto of midnight Tuesday first-clas- s Montgomery, a 'well known apltuH'st,, of tho'onerators havinir big drugstore. In art In New .York, has almost comconsidering the pos- - 118, and at noon Tueiday tho report will go to tracts d pleted a ot William Jf $ 01 tins ciiy, ; vnai. 110 ,1111s uvmiuiin cnu siljlJUyto fill aro bust anthraci e in tho senate for action thcro. Tills eclipses nil substituting previous records. Tho letult was accomnlngs llryan, and will havo'thowdrk .Klon'dyko district and is now working, dobato. ready for transfennont. into" b'ronzo "fn It siicce'ssf idly. , Young Montgomdry case Dituminous coai Kcomca u Head plished after li hours of continuous republic, Hut two speochoi wero madv by tho jC --faitsdnn his examinations at Annapo- - factor in the market. a few days. ans, ono by (5ov. ftlnglor In opening ths Will Itosuina Wort Jlomla;. liKFoiin ho start ad on his visit to. oils, which fact so humiliated him that ono by Mr. Payno (N. Y.) In Cliston,' Mass , July 20. The ftlgo-lo- cloilng nnd England tho king of Siam formally ho left Annapolis without leaving any It Tbu democrats were thus Carpet Co. announced MoJday forced forth put to sre.kcr after oponoi tho first section of tho Korat word behind him, and although his railroad, wh'ch has recently been com- fathor has used every effort to find, that tho card and oimblng depart- speaker. In all ten democrats nnd ono popuMessrs. Wheo'.or pleted betweon Bangkok and Clathla, his son, nothing has been heard of ments ot tho plant w.U rewime u'ork list .speeches wero made,. I.anbam nnd y (Alv), Swanson (Vu, Hall. and tho first sod of wnlch was cut by him until tho letter from Alaska was next Monday, and tint prlbablj tho V-(Tex.), Kolly (N. I).), Fleming (Un.), Han' received. dy (Hoi), McDowell (O ), Horry (ICy.) nnd Mcontiro plant will bo ttartel the him in 1802. week. Mr. HlgeWsays that Millan (Tumi ) being tho speakers Tho sug r Doors in tho dining rooms of hotels Window aiasi Workers Will Join the K. was the tho outlook at prosonk Ishry gool. schedule Interesting main point of ass lult but of L. and restaurants can bo automatically tho most oc fcaturo of PiTTsnunoir, Pa., July 10. Tho win- Nino hundred hands aroj employed curred when Mr. Hillcy and Mr, tho debate tho opened by a new dovico, consisting of McMillan In full oilratlon. whon tho nlant Is two rival democratic leaders, crossed swords ot the dow glass workers association has iv lover attached to tho bottom on the question of orthodoxy of tbo raw mato return to tho Knights of Ladoor, to bo pressed by tho foot and unStent 'Work Will Ue m- -. terial doctrine, tho former opposing nnd the latch tho door and swing it open at bor. Tho voto of tho preceptories of Martin's Fkurv, O., Jv 20. Tho tho county is all in and shows less wage scale having been slf ed for tho latter championing it. tho same time. .$23,100.' $200,000. , Surplus A Watermelon for the President. Capital Stock Tho coming year, tho yEtna-S- t dard iron A recently patented pail can also be than 200 against tho proposition. Atlanta, Ga., July 20. Tho largest roturn of the glass workors will in and steel works aro rcsu ing in all used as a dipper, the middle of tho pail W'atermolon grown in tho south this extending into an angular strin.bent crcaso tho membership of the IC of L. departments, with gooc! prospects. season was shipped from hero Monday to ono side to press against a catch on 0.0OD. Other mills aro trotting re y to start. for Washington whero it will arrlvo J. W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Reid potteries nnd glass stories nro Opposed to Powderly'i Appointment. of the pail and fasten so that Tho the sido I'resi-den- t T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble. S. T. Harris, New York, July 10. Tho Central, resuming, and thcro fs slow but Wednesday itnd bo presented to the bent portion of tho pall forms the McKluley at tho white house. Labor union after a long wrangle at steady improvement. J. S. 1 locker and M. J. Miller. dipper handle. 'J he melon was grown in Georgia, Miss Gordon Cummino is raising their meeting Sunday adopted the folAlurcler nt Necro lftlval. woiglm 78 pounds and took tho prlo of We solicit the accounts of the citizens ol Rockcastle and adjoining money in all the prlnclal cities of lowing resolution: Rocki'oht, Ind., July A While at Bill south"Resolved, that the appointment of a. Je"TO festival Thoma McFarland ern offered by W. N. Mitchell, purposo of teaching England lor tho In a counties, assuring them prompt and carrful attention to all business agent of tho It. .t O. railroad, She will found a T. V. Powdorly as commissioner ot shot and instantly1 killed tho blind in China. nephow, contest participated In by tho planters intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view large blind asylum at Peking, and is immigration is the greatest official In- John Vrlght. McFarlamltras shoot of all tho melon growing states. The to business relations, respectfully invited. doing this iu commemoration of the sult ever offered by the federal govern ing nt La o Krumn, but &ot Wright monster melon l shipped in a golden t- J. S, HOCKEU, Pres, JNO. .). McKQBIItTS( Caibie ment to organizeu laoor." thruii'-diamond Jubilee. tho heart and in foot.,. hnm'pcr a lorued with Hags. annually. In South America there Is a race of eats which does not know how to mew. A HUMiu.K men has been known to distance a locomotive going 20 miles an hour. Nine Ico dealers of Nashville have been indicted for combining to put up Gkkmany mnUci 2,000,000 false eyes of Dust andtNuggets During tin Year Approximates 55,000,000. Not L.en TUan Four Dollar' Worth ot Gold 8ooopil Wltu Every Shovelful of Dirt SaUrlei of Miner About Twelve Doltnrs a Dajr. Ii. al Introduce! cri Strike It Is Thought thi UMnraf Organizations Will lin Alked to Aly. PiTTSiiuiiaii, Pa., July 30. Some new features will be introduced, into tho struggle within tho noxt two" days, but tho leaders are maintaining ,.ne greatest socrcoy'regarding their movements. It is believed they eontomplate calling upon railway organizations or assistt the ance. Secretary Warner information Monday that a meeting of railway employes was held lhero Sunday and the situation of tho miners' strike thoroughly discusseda, Resolutions wore adopted pledging support to tho strikers and each member was assessed two dollars for the strike fund. Mr. Warner refused to djvulge the namo of tho railroad employing tho men, stating that it might lead to an investigation and the uliv.hafcfo of the Tho price to bo paid tor armor plate for the threo now battleahlpi now lncourso of construction was tbo theme of extended, and at times, lively debate In tho scnato Tuesday. La to In tho day an amendment to tho deficiency appropriation bill was agreed to, reducing tho prlco ot armor plato to J3W per ton, or 1123 less than tho amondment roported by the commit-tc- o nnd rccomm'endod by the navy as .the minimum rato acceptable to the armor contractors. Another amendment lnsortcd In tho bill directs the secretary of tho navy to investlgato as to the establishment of u eovcrnmont armor factory, and to report to the next session ot congress. Tho first voto was on an amendment llmltlnz tho cost ot armor to (300 per ton. It was carried on a viva voco vote, Mr. Halo and ono or two others being the only ones to vote In the negative. Mr. Duller offered an amend- :xtraorllnar7 Senlon. Washington, Julr II Eenatb. THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, . STANFORD, KY. Successors to tho Lincoln National OF Bank. J s the Farmers Bank Trust Stan Spanish-America- 0. - Directora. allwnon s n, A. PENNINGTON j& ma-chln- o GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 1 31 -- $j w mKBYytnStmMiMSUtttKKKffViKm ; . -- 1 .'..? 1 THERILEYfrOU B. F. RILEY, Proprietor, LONDON, - - KENTUCKY. I The Sambrook Hotel, St. H. I )3P. 1 1 JiV '. Livingston Ky session, rif. . E . . ; MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS 1 Mt. Vernon, Ky. & U I I llfc-alzo- ' I to vB w Hal-io- First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. do-cid- ed DIRECTORS t m - h -- " . T- 'i .. t . ' aWM At INO. Ml. Vernon Friday, July Signal 23, 1897 . Jt LANCASTER. Rtf After an absence of twenty years wc again, on. last Inday. lound ourselves 111 Lancaster, the scene Published every Friday by of our childhood, where with Keg Miimjii. Jones Salter and many JAMES MARET, , LOCAL other town boys wcplayed on and LLOYD MARE7 foundation around the Court-hous- e EDITOR. when itwas being laid. We met "Keg'' $1.00 the ever accommodating SUBSCRIPTION ONH YI5AR and other ii lends and acquaintances ot our boyhood days but Advertising rates made known on missed many familiar faces whom application wc were told had passed A THO'S TAYLOR THE The corn crop looks 'well. The blackberry crop was never " better. Our school will be year by Miss Butner. Blacksmith, A new NEW MYERS HOUSE 'Ala G. HUFFMAN, Pkop'k., m-a HORSE-SHOEIN- 'new . LIG-HTE&B- . SPECIALTY. t shop is on Taylor A.'enu near the Baptist church. expect Cash for Cash1 horse taught this My ,. Someone ask Gu$ Stewart to Z&-give us another snake story. shoeing. Hui rah for D. R. Totten. Come again and give them plenty. " It suits us here. ROOM. Special Attention Given to Commercial Men &.FINE WINES, LIQUORS. BEERS AND CIGAKS.AXir32.6mO & FURNISHED. SOSNLCWIvY IN HOUSE, READING ELECTRICITY. WATER " n age men Tgi2gS5B& StanVord, Ky. - WILLIS grikf4&, METAL FLOO ING ROOFING. sX&U ( ANNO UNCEMEN1 5. We arc authorized to announce over to R. A. Swiiiforu aiid wife Have the other side. Among them be- returned from a visit to their ing Drs. Burdett and Hill. Jesse daughter at Cotte'nburg," Madison Sweeny, George Denny, Oscar Sweeny, C. C. Storms, Gen'l. W. J. Lnndrum, "Bully" Mason, W. .R. Robinson, Clay Kaufman, and many more. Fire has caused ahe destruction of many buildings. There was the Phillips block, Town Hall, Lancas ter and Miller hotels. Many handsome business houses have been erected on the public square. Lan caster's latest improvements in clude a telephone exchange, its lines running to all parts of town and connecting with other cities. An electric light plant furnishes the town a splendid system of lights. Water works will likely be the next thing to be agitated by the progressive citizens. Among the leaders in the eijteiprises wc met Louis Landrum, and old friend, who is editor and publisher of the Central Record which has always been a good paper, but is being constantly improved under his watchful care1. He jet has the services of that veteran typo, Capt. F. J. White, who has been at the case for more than forty years and can yet "set" with the younger men. Tom Miller, one of our former citizens, with William Ward, ' owns the Lincastcr flouring mills. They also furnish the power for the electric light folks. J. K. Storms succeeded his father and is running one of the finest 'drug stores in the State. Hugh Logan & Bro., are in the mercantile business and are doing a good business. W. H. and Robert Khinnrd.nie. atohc. old. .Mrs. htaffu in the National auk. U. D. Simpson has charge of the Mason Hotel and is running it in cood style with a splendid run of custom. Mrs. Sam Rothwell is al so doing well in the hotel business. George Faris is Town Marshal Attor and keeps things straight. ney Louis Walker, J. E. Storms and Louis Landrum have our thanks for many courtesies and their cenerous hospitality Extend ed. A ride of a mile and a half brought .us to the fair grounds which are beautifully located in a woodland south of town. A large. crowd was in attendance and plenty of fine stock was in evidence. county. WABD. UNDERTAKER SID NIG. FINIS- I--J. A:c.smm,i CEILING COFINSfc sTANrQR&Ky. Tsi B w JOHN W.' BAtfKR As nn Independent Republican candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle county to be voted for nt November election, 1897. The coal miner's strike is tically lost in West Virginia. John Cummins returned home FINE from Grays, Saturday. Kepf in nlljsizcs and d!flcrent styles cloth draped caskets, robw, linen bosoms A. J, Cress has gone to Wayne covered ml collars. All order by telegraph cufls county, where he intends teaching oinfttly attended todnyaml nielit. school. Farm and fcainfo id, Yard Fence. fc ) roe- - IIJWiaillM Dealers in SADDLES and HARNESS. Kentucky. J. B. Livesay attended the hex supper at Blue Springs, Saturday evening. Dick Tate's heirs have sued the insurance" companies for $12,000 on the life of the Treasurer. ex-Stat- e 25 years we have been study J. A Moore and family were visit" iugH and making wagons, and our itingthc family of Granville Cum- aim ilias been to combine mins, Sunday. lr HELLO!! Carriages, Wagons, Hay & Seeds. FARMIN IGMPLEME Patronage of Rockcastle Solicited. NTS-AL- L Armed men destroyed the Sal rnon fish trapi in the Columbia r,iver; State of Washington, valued at $100,000. , Harris, who killed Tho. Mer-by Win. Hayes, who has been with rheumatism for the last 10 years, died at Wier City, Kansas, on 5 th of this month. He was a brother of Josiah Hayes and Mrs. John Cummins, of this county. Lightness Strength KINDS Duability and Easy Running with the (Best Brake in existence. Audi if you wish to know whether wo have succeeded, ask our neighbors. - THE REAL ESTATE OF- - EXCHANGE. STANFORD, KY. Has a number ot fine Blue Grass farms for sale and exchange, ranging in area fromjio to 1,200 acres in a boundary, and in price from $20 to $100 per acre. Can Suit purchaser iu price, terms, location, &c. iu this or any other State iu the United States. Office in Interioi ) J. H. SOWDER, ' Journal BuihJtug. ) Gen'l Mutagen Prices reduced. Wm. ritt at Lexington was acquitted the examining Judge who applied the unwritten law to the case. , - H. Cocks', Mt. Vernon. Ky. okiiin people are making an t'o JIG: McC&fy, UNpERTftttfefi PRACTICAL1 .. . T form n new county from Whitley, Laurel and Knox and make their town a comity seat. effort Mt. . EMB2XMER, feV. Vernon 'iVWNW. JO' v Thu liabilities of Private Banker Schintz, who failed at Chicago, approach $750,000 Germans in poor circumstances are the chief loser , tN v?ifl ,. MAXNA IN Tins SKSEIIT. stxfor'd, A Co Collegiate-- I nstitute 1896. V ,Thu Stiltdtt of Turkey has at last .officially sanctioned the settlement jof the frontier question in accord What one of our county correspondents found iu his room in one the large cities a short tune since, nnlcte Line of Coffins Caskets' Roes, &c. TelegWpn 'drders attended to promptly. IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE. COLLEGE Fall Session Opens September i, Academic, Intermediate, and Primary Departments. t-7- ! ance tyitli Ihc wishesof4the powers - JJKUUHMU is sick. rT ERNON .'COMPANY JR tjK3 Manufacturers' $M2, rn:-t -- Sped a! Normal Work for Teacnera. L. M. SCROGGS, Principal. f? wM,tvv iraucrUnited States Minister Buck has instructions to maintain as pacific an attitude as possible between Japan and this country. 1TjmCirout Judge at Richmond Tnd., declared unconstitutional the Indiana statute providing that no convict-mad- e goods from other States can be fold without a State license-- . uuu uiich. . Dr. Pc.ircy Benton TJiejTalsp furnish inline, Euilahig is visaing aionc, eitner quarry wee or cut. Mrs. George Taintei Orders prdmritiy filled. at Lebanon Junction. vi wurc JONAS MCKENZIE For Everything in David Carter is rapidly recovering from an attack of typhoid fever. Mrs. Lum Howel and Mrs. nie Yeadon went to Rowland, day. NanMon- Dry; Goods, Clothing, Boots DR.AVG.tevELL Physician k and "i&rg&ri, GENERAL MERCHANDISE.' He will give you better bargains tlian can bq secured and SJioea anywhere. Thos. Bishop, guests of relatives here, started for their home in Texas, Monday. Misses Dollie and Jessie Coulter, guests of Mrs. J. H. Albright have returned to their home at Middle- - mt Vernon, ky Office W W. t 1 Stanford, Ky. WITHERS North bide Main street . Large premiums attracted owners Nothing front many counties. but horse stock was on the list. prevailed The best of order througout the fair. Saxton's fa HAti' rt hundred miners have ar- mous band, of Lexington, furnished rived at Snn Fraucisco from the the music. We had the pleasure of meeting Klondyke gold fields vof.(J Alaska many old friends; among them was They were literally loaded down with the yellow metal. They re- B. F. Slavin, wife and son, Danport the richest fields yet discov- ville; Jack Hiatt and wife, Hans-berrWest and wife, of Hiattsville: ered and hundreds ot people Joe, James and R. A, Burnside, throughout the O0unry are making to this new Alex Gibbs. John Parks, Tom Aus'Eldorado; .Wages are $15 per da tin, Joseph Kennedy, Thos, Palm and flour 30 cents per pound, oth er. J. W. Adams, Ed Norris, of Gartard; Mrs. J. T, Hackley, our er things in proportion. sister and family, of Lincoln. Joe Waters, the original "Sretaw" of Tub Negro Dinning, who fired the Interior Journal got on the tiuto a mob and killed Jodie Conn train at Stanlorjl, with Veteran J. ih Simpson county and who was G.Crac'dock who is said to be 140 ntried under protection of soldiers years old, and made the trip to the and given seven years by a jury, fair. Sretaw is an enthusiastic, VhaS been pardoned by Go . Brad- free silver advocate and never fails ley. The Governor's act meets to put in a word for it where it will with general approval except in do the most good. M. D. and R. binning has, E. Hughes did much to make our Simpson county. f. ideated in Indianapolis. The Gov, visit en jpyable. In fact, the Lan ocrivoV declares.' "Too long have' caster '.people treated us royally 'mobs disgraced the fair name 'of ind wvatlfved off the fat of the land Kentucky, and while I am Gover UyhUcyiith 'them. nor of the Commonwealth no man, however obscure and friendless, ,; TO' CUKi: A COI.U IN ONK DAY. shall be punished for killing a Laxative Brotno Quine Tabmember of a mob. whic.li comes to lets. "All druggists refund mon,ey toko his life or drive "him from his if it fails to cure. For sale by M. ' C. & D. N. Willfains and Wm home." Weber druggist. y to-vgT-akc 27-61- Prop. Andree. the Norwegian, .out loose his baloon on the Northr vcrn coast of EUrope. Monday and started on a trip to the North pole. Lieut. Peary left Boston by .steam ier on the same date with a view tol Jfinding the same old pole that has been hunted so'lbug and fruitlessly. burg. Dr. E. J. Brown was called from Stanford, Sunday to see Charley Pike. He pronounces the case typhoid fever. W. G. Tharp will complete the carpenter's work on J. T. Cherry's house uo.v occupied by J. F. Watr son and family. Mr, and Mrs. Malcomb and little daughters, Kate and Irene, and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cherry attende'd the fair at Lancaster. Ald-lidg- f 1- DR. - 'B.'PiJnnV., jSurgeo'nc'Vtis't if-STANFORD. KY , U Patrons from a distance given a discount lib-er- All work guaranteed. Prices have boon reduced. kind call on Carpets, Furniture Wall Paper, Caskets and Coffins. Straw Matting all prices If in need of any thing of the Manager,, at Mt. Vernon, Ky. MRaS. . FRANKLIN. COURT CALENDAR. e Jclay'ittvJanunry, Ajrll. Jiiiy And hikI m.i.. t f CIRrtUTOOUnT-WuboTKlMdndjiy I COUNTY COUItT-Fon- rth Iu each month OUARTEKLYCOUKT-FlJratXron. II Collyer & Co. MARBLE CUTTERS, BRODHEAD, KY. , r. in renrupryiiroiironoipnuay-i- n Dr. Sam Perkins, of Beelick, k yet in a very dangerous condition. He is one of the most promising physicians in this section and each and every one are anxious for his recovery. COURT Third Mokday in each month. MT uiulTliiri r Juy VmtfOrfiMCE Monuments, Tombstones, and work of all kinds in that line done on short notice at the lowest rates writo for estimates will send a man to you to make estimates and giv'o prices. . Ii. H. HAMM, kalcsmt n. . G, V. McCLURE, Attor aey-atLav- sr, Vernon,-K- r Hotel Frith. F. FRANCISCO, Propr. 'L'ocated at the H. B SPRATS s ; GO YEAB EXPERIENCE. IjjnTra TRADE MARKS, Anyone send na n tkotch nna dwcrlptlon qulcklr ascertain, froo. whether nn lUTratlooii Communications tttlctlr jonndcntlal. Oldest aenc fortocurlnK uatecu Waahlnjtou offlce. lu America. Ws bare l'atenu takan tbrounb Uunn Cu noalra special n itleo la th ITObnbly piltontivblo. PAINTER HANGER AU1btisiiess ''entrusted to "iny Brodhead, Ky. Mt. Vernon, Ky. care nil receivnrouipt attention. Good Livery t taehed. floor of new bnefc- 1 l Officej Sefojjd work at reasonable Meet all Trains, Day and Night. Best on Clw-cl- i i.treel Traveling Men and Railroad prices. Consult' md "for' esti-, A?rtf . men Solicited. Will fur-- 1 M. Dcpotw and PAPER' - W -- ain1. iuiiLuu) iiiau 1...1.M I .4 m11 'llrt ... iiatug. tS I f MILLER1 HOUSE, ftatttlr Ktw'itaVlUtel Prop'r. HUGH- MIjt-ER,- OOPYRICHTS An. f DR. E, J. BROWN l, ,. v C C Wllllaaii B. 0. Wllllans 1'CUh WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, Attorneys-at-La- ysician and Surgeon v ' SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, Li vim.ns. MT VERNON', KY KY ' MT. VKRNON, KY. MTVERNON, jerPorters attention ineerall trains. 11 . MUNN A CO., 301 llroaiinn), hvw grk 'firnjry, Sfanford,"Ky. si Jcsfinh'aPrlce la Church street. Special given to collections OiEco ou 2nd floor in new brick on Commerclar Men's Head'qu'at-ters,- - 5 " && jw ywrvr'av',0V"' , r iiiiii . i Jf- cHill, ,. v Mt, Vertion Signal Ky, Juiy Ifjr., 1'oit-eHi- s. w. Davis can suit you in dies. bri- - Blankets, whips, spurs, etc.' S. W Jarrett ChcsntfcjraqOak was here Monday2g.v" Davis. MT. VKRKOV. Ruttrtdnttlic II ti 2&, H. B. McCItirc is in from 1897 visiting horde folks. at Paris Virata, mall matter. Mrs. R. E. Thompson and chiN dren attended the Lancaster fair. Rev. S. H. Forrier is holding a TIME CARD. m... 11139 a m protracted meeting at Crab Orchard. .....n..i 2:22 p m A broken car wheel caused a 2:12 a in wreck near Pittsbufg a few days Nieht Ex. North Nigrrt ' South 1:09 am since. Ji A. Landuum, Agent. He can suit you in goods and prices. Call on S. W. Davis and see churches. Cliristidil Holds services 1st 3rl Sunday, them. otlla. iik. and ntC.30 p. iu. ltcv. Forrcr Before marriage a man sweanfto jwtor. love. After marriage he loves to l'rcsb)lcriim Holds erUcn on iho 4th swear. L & N. LOCA-IDay Mrfil North Day Mail SoiUh v E-'a.Sb Suiidny here, nnd on tlio 1st Sunday at Liv Giving a itian advice and throw ing stones at a dog has about the make you a first or shoes. Call liaptlst Church Services on tha Second same affect. Suudny and Suuduy. Salurdny night S. W. Davis can SJioolnt 1) . m cmy Sunday. Prayer meeting on Tuesday nik'lit. Rev. J C Car class pair of boots nilcnl. pastor. and see him. MASOHIC. ibirpmnfla A man smiles when you speak of cry SecAnlilaiid Lodg No. G40 meets forced. his level head, but call it flat and Apcrfcctltcmcdy forConslIpa-tioond Saturday ut 1 . ni. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca, he gets mad. Conrad Hiatt was with us Monday Worms .Convulsions .Fcvcrish-ncs- s Indications arc that Livingston to renew his subscription. He left Sleep. BndLoss LOCAL & OTHERWISE. will llkley be made a division point at this office a curiosity in the shape Tac Simile Signature of of eleven well developed apples' on by the L. & N. one stem. Saddles, all prices by S. W. Davis bottles only, Ir Caitorla Is pit up la The many rains during the past NEW 'YORK. I rrh h sot toll la balk. Don't r.'.low anyone to Edgar Hays, of Wildie, was here mi .in ill ftoiillon fair August 25. 26 nnd .week have kept the air cool and anything oko en tho lca re pomlso that ilMonday to have a piece of rock ia "jnit at f;ool" and "1!1 the ground damp. nr OTery 27'. WBm that yon got C taken Jrotn his hand. He was If a man is big and fat and able blasting on railroad when struck J. J. Lawrehce was in from Level m Tfcoho- - Six . yfT7T7k. t!aii lico EXACT COP OK WRAPPER. to keep his mouth shut, he can by the rock. Green. A&teLJxJVrj57jrsjt n ""r tajfi M. C. Miller has another boy nt bluff nearly anybody. Charlie Davis went over to Lanhis house. Miss Gcorgie McEerroji leaves caster fair Satin day. He was acfor Livingston to assist costed by numerous people at RowT. J . Nickels, of Ccdarville, was as teacher iu the school land as "Frank Parsons." He.is here last week . douSle. George Griffin was at Brodhcad James Lee supervisor of bridges Frank's and buildings on K. D. is gradualBuck Varnon was attending the on Monday last. ly regaining his health. institute this week. He will again Born: To the wife of B. J. coutrtbntc to our columns at on July 14, a girl. Miss Kate Codington, who is early dqte. His articles always ORLANDO. attended Ihe Fiill report of the Intitule pro- teaching nt Be.-e- a take well with our readers. Mrs. Abe Evans is convalescing. Institute here this week. ceedings next week; Capts. Hermans and Price "Of tile" SAVE MONEY ON PURCHASES. Section men aie laying new David, F. L., A. J. and J. J. K. C. were practicng the manly art a Some men are so modest they Thompson and W. H. Brown at- few nights since when the setting steel through our town. shuii lheaked trVi'th. D. B. Moore will go to Jackson R. A. Welch was up from Mul-lin- s tended the Lancaster iair. of Capt's Price ring lauded tinder county iu a few days to make it Station, Monday. James Townsend who was tried the loft optic of his friend who his futnre home. KY before Judge. Fish for the illegal now carries a neat black eye. R. E. Brooks, of Gum Sulphur, sale of liquor, was acquitted. HiR. Hndley and A, J. Moore Offer many advantages to purchasers of Dry Goods, Clothing. Shoes,- called on Wednesday. Hals, Carpets, &c nrtTi'ging up a new picture gallery Coffee, of Langford, called James Payne and wife, nd Mrs. anUvthey, want to copy all the to see us Thursday, Nancy Searcy, of Wabd, gave us a "Kash." Rev. Ge. O. Barns lias been. plesant call on Saturday last. Our town was serenaded a preaching in Lancaster Woods, of WMdie, Polite Attention. It will pay you to see them. few nights since. We were not Tom Perrill., of Rowland, has an is the guest of Miss Mamje Jones, awakened by the strains of sweet ' ad" in this issue- - Read it. while attending the Institute. music but by the reports ot reRev. McComb will preach at tIieQ11'knrtf1'U0 Mrs Jumcs Laudrum and cjiild- - J An agent of the U. S. will be volvers. XlVwrrli- Presbyterian church Sunday morn- ' ren arc visitfng at Pittsburg. at T. J. Coffey's sale to day to buy Joel Anglin and Bill Mason are ing andlnight. Miss Ottie Brown is the guest of all the cavalry horses he can find. overhauling oui' coal' mines and her mint, Mrs. Walt Smith. we are sure that with the able TH Ejji It is an easy matter fo get your manager to wit: Noah Mason. J. N. Griffin, deputy U. S. mar- fellowmen to speak well of you; all The strikes will not effect our -shal was iu town last Monday you have to do is lay down and die. DEALER IN mines. Ed Mc Mnntr, of Pennsylvania, is Anthony Suttle of near Pine WAISKIES' iWINES, &o., &c, visiting ffiehds in this cdunty. i Hill, was shot and killed at Hazel Buck Vnrnon's quarters oti Sdlfc the Misses Butner, of Wildie, Patch, Satu rday last by Bob Pon- Rivei. He will sooil leave tlretfl KY. WILDIE. on his return trip, are Here aftehding Institute this der. up. and Fine at $2 week. told ol the seedless Pat Welch m Totlimie Stewart and his sister,. watermelon. ' He wanted to buy J; F. Griffin went to Mt. VerTo An Who Owj Mk My non Thursday. Miss Anne, ol Wildie, attended In one at once to get the seed for next A STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC-NEWSPAPEcreditors are pushing iftfe' and am stitute here this week. year. Tom Hays is attending the Incompelled to.press you, So call and " Leaf, Is the name of a new stitute at Mt. Vernon. Let S. W. Davis make you a good Fettle Correct Market Reports. and relieve me o"f tlte uri--" which will soon be opened at saddlo, bridle or set of harness and Sicaian is attending the Harve Correct Court Reports, what used to be Pullins, Garrard be happy inknowing you have first- - pleasant duty of a personal eWrV. Louisville & Nashville. lustitute atMt. Vernon. Reliable NewS Reports, A.. PiWNiftbTo'SF. cbuilty. class work Fish has given his yard Honest Editorial Policy, Jones Mlddleiboro poople have just ii J. Mcuueen wno Dougut a Chesley Payue, James Singleton, fence a nice coat of paint. shipped frtm this place a car load place from J. W. Marler last year John C. Mullius, Frank Mullins THE GREAT THkOUOII THE WEEKLY LOUISVILLE. Miss Houk, of Maretburg, is, the of fire clay to Busffner, Ala., for was dispossessed by sheriff on and C. A. Mullins were each held DISPATCH AND THE SIGNAL in the sum of $200 to await? tne guest of the family of Wm. Fish. Monday last. testing its quality. One year for 1.65. action of the grand jury, for havBud Dunn, of Madison, is here R. L. Jones lias resigned hisposi Jonas McKenenzie is agent for ing a little shooting bout 6n buyiny cattle and paving good tiou as braksman and will accept a the Champion moyviug TO THE machines prices. similar place on Sante Fe, Galves"-to- and Birdsell Wagons now on Crooked creek, For Free Coinage of Silver Texas road. ants, joiiu oimui wuo nas necn r Strayed. Bay horse, For Chicago Platform, hands.. jutetf. i$0 hands, white spots bn back, one visiting relatives in Madison for For Democratic Nominees, Geo. Revriolds called to see usi Morton & Hubble, traveling phosome time has returned home, For Intorest of Masses, WITH Wednesday nlorning last and in tographers, who have been sta white hind loot, froth the barn of M.E. Mullins near Mt. Vernon, InProminent lumber men of tne arrival 01 u ien-- i tioned here for sometime moved lortneu Sleepres diana, have bought a 1,000 acres Pulman Palace pouild,bbyiU tits house on the their effects to Crab Orcgard last about 15th of April. A liberal will be paid for return of of timber near the Jackson county All Latest Telegraph Nevsr-- , 3tl: week. They are nice jrentlercen horse or information his where line and will move saw mills there of All Latest Stale Nows. SomVbf'the'LivinEston business and their work gave good satis- abouts. at once. This will be theii shipAll Latest Market Reports,. VvSen were ''here before the Road J faction. . Through the courtesy of dbt. ping point. o V .l.OIIUllSS10UCrs uil ouiuiuciy juai nl.t....... We are in receipt of the Mt. B. N. Roller master nt train tim ... G. A. Morgan made a large shipin the interest' of the bridge that is Vernon Collegiate Institute cataBrodhead fair has arranged td run ment of wool from this nlace last b'eiug" constructed at that' place. logue. Prof. M. Scroggs, L. a coach on local frieght trains be- '(Saturday, Our people are well J. W. LAWRENCE, Principal; Mrs, Josephine E. tween Livingston Mary-JanMrs. Jones, wife of and Brodhead 'satisfied with their dealings with JEf Willis Jones, ''died at Tittsburg, Scroggs, Assistant, Miss Mary during the fair at one fare for the Mr. Morgan and wheu they have Fall term begitis ML Mond ay. The remains were Cox, Music. round trip See time cardWtflow: wool to ship he gets the greater Septemer6, 97. A large attend- No. 28 v .ffflpjHi 111 here and laid away in Mt. Lv Livingston G$$ a 111 ishare. rVernon'cemefery Tuesday after ance is expected. " Pine Hill 6.'3b-- a m noon; " Mt. VernonADemorest Medal Contest will a in 7:00 " Maretburg1 r 7i2$ a m kBy the' explosion' of a lamp Sat- take place at the Christian church ar Brodhead' - Kentucky. urday night,' at" Lexington, Mrs. ou the evening of Wcdnsday, July a in j Mt. Vkknon, 4:55 P ni H Idol 'was so 'badly burned 28. The contestants are Misses No. 27 Lv Brodhead. " Maretburg1 Lfila Gentry, Emma Pennington, SVhef recovery-iin doubtful. Mr, For Infants and Children. To our new cottage adjoining the Special attention givenUo the " Mt. Vernon. p m idhl trvcl-- n hfirvl nt Inst "tvin- - Afny Freeman, Margie McClary, Presbyterian church. Call and EYE. Office on Main street neai 530 TlttU" " Pine Hill tfioo p m limlli ' ten .see us. jyRa&byrthe accidentals-discharg- e of Faiiriie McClure and Iola Hansel. .'" Hfuttui Tirr ' ar Livillg6toI, The public is invited to attend. , ' 6f4dp m MRS- - S. C. FRANKLIN & CU, n. Wash Barnett wisfces us to state that'he was given a decreet of di- vorce last court. Rams in Madison county arc causing untold damage to crops. Wheat, oats and rye are Sprouting shocks. Miss Fannie MoFerron, one ot young our most accomplished ladies, will be assistant teacher at East Bernstadt. T. J. Johnson, superintendent of Globe Contracting Company, with his family, has 'aken rooms ot the Miller Hotel. Dr. Lusk, of Berea, was here iu consultation with our physicians who are waiting upon Mrs. C. L. King. The patient is no better. Somthiug should be done to stop so much profane language being used upon our streets. There is a law against it and it should be enin'-th- Miss Bcrda MarWi-'i- s tending Institute. ' here -' at hen '"a HHWfmiHHMHli1irMtffrTVjJ Prof. Lewis, of London, is altencliug institute. . IJH I IffWtill rTftmia mgnuiXJ& VJwJ wt j Tom Hayes, Wildie, gave us pleasant call Thursday. ttj2$i W-S--j- 331 n inj '.. " I. 1 T ""w .HI ) SEE HAT THE JSIGNATUI OF FAC-S1MI- LE SEL'ttt f ' Prof. Grinstead, of Danville, is conducting the Institute here this week. .WifrlAllieJopdgndRcgula-tin- g iiii "" "" '" ' AVeBclaWcPrcparai'ionforAs- M S H. B. Spratt, the talking painter, will hang your paper and do your painting. R. E. Bell. W. J. Childress, and Chas Hundley, of Orlando, are 'similating the Stomachs awf Bowels of here attending Institute. Contest mug the was held at the Court House. A large audience attended, and by frequent applause, showed their high appreciatiou of the recitations The band played as the contestants and their ushers entered. They were; R. G. Williams and Miss Bessie Miller, R. L. Brown and Miss Georgie McFerron, Lewis Jones and Miss Mamie foues, Robt Cox and Miss Anuie Thompson, James Houk and MissAlzie Brown Mr. C. H. Morrison and Miss Florelle Brown. The Judges, Miss Kate Codington and Profs. Grinstead and .Chandler ;decided In favor of Miss Georgie McFer ron who received a beautiful silver medal. The young ladies were enteitained for an hour or so after the contest by Mrs, J. W. Nesbitt Who superintended the entertainment. About sixty ladies and gentlemen attended the party. Ou Wednesday eve--. Deinorest Medal Contest Not Nahc otic. IukMUSJu- AniitScnt lippemant IKnrtJcLd C'qntuJ Sugar Pio.tiotcs DigcsttoaCJeerful-nes- s nnd Rcst.Contains neither Opmtn.MorphinC nor Mineral. !C&S WM &&& IS ON THE irf52 Xtapa afOtdBrSAMVnaiVBEn JXnrJan Seed' WRAPPER OF. EVERY Cv tbSawa BOTTLE Oli1 or GASTORIA oco-ru- o HnrM-B-nrrM- rr Bell-yo- u r IjJl.v-.- -. GOTO TANF 0R0 40 Minutes Between Trains.. & Severance Bon, STANFORD, J.-H- Large Stock, Low Prices, OUDbLI lDc - 10 W TOM FERRILL . I - ,M , ROWLAND. WEEKLY LOUISVILLE DISPATCH post-office- S U & N. -- R. TRUNK LINE n, South and West us-o- t d it I- -.. It1 MOVED. I e We have moved our stock of mil- Physician - linery and furni- ' an e. Surgeon, CASTORIA ture s Pot-hil- l -- - w dLytf, Post-ofPc- t WWWWr '"T"' & During the Tennessee Centennial and International Imposition at Nashville, Tenn,. u low rate special tariff Iioh been est.lislieu for the bale of tiiKcts fiom Cinriiipati and other terminal points on the Queen & Crcs-feRoute. Tickets arc on sale daily until further e to Chnttnnoima nt $0,75 one way or $7.20 round trip from Cincinnati, the louml trip tickets being good seven days to return: other tickets, with longer lettttn limit, at $!).W) and nt $13 CO for the round trip. These rates enable the public to visit Xnsliville nnd other Southern points nt rates never befoto offered. Vcstibuled trains of the finest class nre at the disposal of the passenger, affording n most pleasant trip, and enabling one to visit the very interesting scenery nnd important in and about Chattanooga, Lookout. Mountain and Chickamauga National Military Park. Tickets to Nnshvijlc to visit the. Centennial can be repurchased nt Chattanooga for $3.40 round trip. Ask your ticket nscnt for tickets via Cincinnati and the Q. fc C. Iterate South or write to W. C. ItlNEAHSON, Gcn'l Agent, Cincinnati, 0. no-licbattle-grounds ftuecii & Crescent. KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. AN APPEAL FOR FREEDOM. . I ' I lWr uell-knr.w- The attempt to put out a froe turn keep untarnished the heroic crown of piko county ticket In Bath county has our fnthersv which our government nt Washington for three yenrs has failed failed. Matt Winfkee, who lias a farm a to do, must extend material support to few miles from Hopkinsvllle, reports the embattled heroes on Cuban soil. acres Tho passive policy of this ndmlnistra-tton- , that oft of one and of ground he got exactly 100 bushels of in emulation of tho Inst, still rewheat. pressed the nobler impulses of our peoHon. Jack Oliver, farmer and states- ple, while foul murder continues. To man of Cayce, has sold his crop of 300 give now Is more than to fight. He who bushels of wheat at 00 cents a bushel supplies the weapon Is brother In at tho thresher. achievement to him who wields it. IIow They Cnme to London. The Louisville board of fire under"A plan for small subscriptions nt The following conversation took place between two gentlemen in n ciowded Loudon writers has reduced rates on distillery local points, deposited there with club loom. They bad been talking ubout the property 25 to 35 per cent. banks or business firms, reaches nil. condition of things when they iirht came to Frank T. Chamheks, of Louisville, Let those who will serve send addresses London. Mr. Itawson said: "When I (irst came to London , I had only was nominated by the president to bo of themselves and bank to the Red a naval civil engineer. a ragged coat, with n knife und a few White and Blue League, New York. seven-eightmar-blesi- n IIIn Superior, nm usually rated ns n clever performer," modestly remarked the prestidigitator. "The press and publh accord me a grntifyingly high standing, and my fellow artists aie pleased to look upon my woik as being skillful beyond thatof myconi- nni-el- f as Cctitors; I have always regarded bcienceof master in the art and legerdemain. Hut yesterday I met n gentleman who is so clearly my superior that now I know myself to be but the merest tvio, stiuggling with the uidimcnts of my I can cause a small flowering plant or shrub to grow from the seed in n few moments in full view of the astonished audience, but the man of whom I nin speaking has created nn enormous family tree, hundreds of years old, in a few hours." N. Y. World. "I Tho Cnlinn I.eiiRno of New VouU AsUk Hknry D. Allkn will run for confor Financial Atd. gress next year in tho Second district. The Cuban league of New JJork, bills are in whose president is Ethan Allen, nnd Countekfkit circulation In tho Owensboro section vico presidents such men of national of tho state. reputation and honor ns Chnuncey ! Thk democrats of Richmond nomin- LDepew, noswell P. Flower, etc., has is ated J. B. Stouffer for mayor at tho. sued the following appeal asking for primary. financial aid In its patriotic efforts in Ktciu.rtD Smith, an Insane man, behalf of struggling Cuba: & W. train at jumped from a fast N. "To the People of the United States: Wright and was Instantly killed. A bravo and generous people will aid J. V. Schiffeh, former editor of the oppressed. Cuba Is under n brutal Covington Ocrman Domokrat and sec- the Building tyranny. Inspired by our history she retary of tho Grand Central independence, and apwho disappeared from freely bleeds for association, peals to us for help. Wo must hear, Covington a year ago, has been arrestand hearing, promptly act. An Irreed at Washington, Kas. R. Hindman, of Adair coun- pressible conflict between republicanJames ty, was nominated for clerk of tho ism and monarchy wns inaugurated by court of appeals by the national dem- Washington and his compatriots, and as trustees of the great political inherocrats a fow days ago. At Daytonsvllle, fat cattle aro dying itance from them we must be in thatr conflict whether wo will or not, of an unknown disease. any intelligent people fires the Thk Illinois Central will erect a opening gun for freedom. By an unlarge grain elevator In I'aducnh. A smai.b green worm is doing great paralleled career of courage nnd sacridamago to crops in tho Big Sandy val- fice the Cubans have proved their right two-dollar when-ove- INVENTORS OREAT IDEA. Would It it llil Alrnhlp Trolley Llnca from St. Lou In fo Chlcnno. William Stewart, a St. Louis lnentor, has n- plan for a trolley airship from St. Louis to Chicago. When his Ideas have fully matured and all of the specifications for tho actual nnd practical operation of the road nre nrrived at ho will endeavor to enlist the support of capitalists in, the development of his balloon, Inproject. A cigar-shape- d flated with gas BUillclcnt to barely lift it nnd tho pnsscngcrB or freight cur from tho grotmd, Ib Stcwnrt's idea. Two wires, ono in front and one townrd the rear, sere to hold the airship within a Bhort distance of the earth, nnd nt tho same time supply n power to tho propeller nt tho rear of tho ship. The lower ends of the guide wires nre attached to a set of wheels, which re olvo freely between the power bearing wires, as in n slot. If the boat lowers a bit there is no danger of the trolley slipping off. one-thir- To get good results in nny hind of shooting, uniform, reliable, ummunitiou is necessary. Dxperienco has tnught tho most successful huiitciH tlint it pavs to always use miuminitiou mndo by the Winchester ltcpcnting Arms Co., New Hnven, Ct., ns it is unequalled for nccurncy, reliability, uniformity nnd strong shooting qualities. Winchester ammunition enn be bought everywhere ns it is In groat demand nil over tho world. Like Winchester guns, it is the standard of tho world. It costs no more than inferior makes and it is r thousand limes better, Send for n largo illustrated catnloguo free. Hint to Hunters. nliso-lutcl- y Always "What tloci that mnn Slicky do for a '1'or tioard nnd lodging ho docs tho nnd for clothes ho docs his tailor. of tlint he does tho best he can." ho-tclOut-sld- DolriK. a powder for the feet. Allen's Foot-Easfeet It cures painful, swollen, smartingcorns nnd . instantly takes the sting out of discovand cry comfort bunions. It's the greatest mnkes tight or of the ngc. Allen's new shoes feel easy. It is a certain, tcjoe sweating, cnllous, hot, 'tired, nching- feet. . Sold by nil druggists nnd Try it v,o, nrno. ?Sf. Trial nackngc JHKblii. Write to Allen S. Olmsted, Lelloy, N. Y. r r "His vnlct got even with Reginald for diV charging him' said one young man. How? inquired the other. "Set ins watch ahead, so that Reginald got his evening clothes five)" Washington Star. t on at Foot-l5ase half-pas- Shake Into Yon Shoe o ley. to Our people, to car. Stewart estimates that tho trip from St. Louis to Chicago could be mndo in three hours, perhaps less. Aloft In the enr the passengers could gaze upon trains, which would seem to creep like snails. SNAKES WITH HORNED TAILS. cw Specie of Itcptllc Found nt tho Mouth of Flint Illver. Considerable excitement has been created on the South side of Saginnw, Mich., by stones of big snakes having been seen nt tho Ferguson bayou nnd near the mouth of the Flint rhcr. Some of these snakes have been killed and brought to the city. The species is unknown In this locality, being nil to ten tho way from four and one-hafeet long, nnd of n bright yellow color with darker or brownish spots. The head is small nnd flat, while the body of the smallest snakes measure oer two inches in diameter. What is more curious is the fact that each reptile has a horn in its tall, varying with its size. The hunters nnd men accustomed to working in those localities arc puzzled oer the species of snakes, and one man lf Descriptive of Ycllowstono National l'nrk, Black Hills, Summer Tours to the North and Northwest, Tours to Colorado, Pacific Coast Dead beats all know just what property niil Pugct Sound, Farm Lnnds iu Northern ashington Missouri, Nebraska nnd Wyoming nnd is exempt fiom execution. Homes in Washington nnd tho Pnget Sound Democrat. Ilegion will he mailed free by the undersigned. Send fifteen cents for n largo I have found Piso's Cure fox ; Consiunption Mr. Stewart estimates tlint the trolwnll map of tho United States or n pack an unfailing medicine. 1. K. of superior plnying cnids. L. W. Wnkcley, Scott St., Corington, Ky., Oct. 1, 1831. ley airship can bo operated nt one-hal- f d less thnn the cost of a U. P. A., Burlington ltoute, St. Louis, Mo. to Every man thinks ho is tho hardest man steam or electric railway. Power It often to bhavo iu town. Washington Democrat. is plants could be established along the that a man happens when it bad predicted will come to some end that line at regular intervals. At stepping he conies to two or three. Atchison Globe. Hull's Cutnrrli Cure waiting-roobeinstead of points tho Is taken internally. Price 75c. "Cows wcte onco used for money." ing on the ground floor, would be nt an A cold church ran only bo warmed by flro elevation level with the door of tho "Well, I don't believe people had much money in their pockets iu those days." that comes fiom Heaven. col-oje- d , troit lreo l'ress. HlKlily lllii.trntc.l De- Publication, The Mead Cyclo Company, Chicago, t tho original hottso to sell rchahlo bicycles at low prices direct to the rider. Ihcy lmvo lmilt up a largo business by their honorablo dealings and have won the confidence of their customeis. They ask tho public toconthat the house which lends and trols the best source of supply is tho.bcst liouao to do business with. be-lic- " . Pertinent Questions. V cV It i Why Will "" a Woman Throw Away Her Good' i Looks and Comfort? Why will n woman drag out a d cxistenco sickly, of tho and miss three-quartejoy of living, when sho has half-hearte- been heard miles away. that be?" "Well. I will tell von. When T p.imn horn I was a baby in long clothes." The roar of laughter that arose could have Tit-Hit- my pocket." "You wcio better off than I, then, for I had neither a coat nor a waistcoat, nor a knife, nor even maiblcs." "Nonsense!" was the reply. "How could THE I.AIIGUST SINGLE ORDER FOR CREAM SEPARATORS EVER GIVEN. A IVotciI V.4'i W. I. Moody, Iowa's greatest creamery cpciator, estimates that it costs an avcrago ot 10 cts. per 100 lbs. to haul milk to a cream-crand haul the skim milk away again. lie is going to save all this by placing with lis pations Dairy Separators, nnd have wagons call for the cream. In this wav the farmer will cot the full ad' vantage of the Separator and creamery sys- .:n- :n i i. ..... !.:. 11.1118, iviil iiuu iiiu uin man m.im nun at home for stock feed and will not be at expense of carting his milk to a creamery. lleforo ordering these COO Separators, valued at over $30,000, the meiits of all the different Dairy Separators on the market were very thoroughly considered and practical tests were mode by Mr. Moody. It was finally decided that the Suarnlea Separators, made at West Chester, l'a., were the most desirable and best made machines, and though costing a little more Kentucky's S500.000 stato funding monev, it was thought they were well worth bond issue was awarded a fow days ago. tho difference nsked, nnd the order was There was spirited bidding between given to that company. Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago and eastern bankers. Tho bonds wore seIt's Different, Yon ICnorr. It was dm ing a conti ovei sy over the value cured by the Fidelity Safety Doposit of n bicycle. and Trust Co., of Louisville, at 107.47. "There aie eat.es, mamma," explained the The Kentucky state bonds brought young woman, "when the proper use of a more In tho public market than Massabicycle is almost impeiativc, nnd I'm Mire that mine is one of them." ' chusetts state bonds Seven years ago last March P. J. "Nonsense," returned tho elder woman "That's very nice talk fiom the point of Baker registered a letter to a party at view of ii dealer in bicycles, but that is nil. Ezell. A few days ago he received the Now if ou want exeicisc "Hut 1 don't mamma," interrupted the registry receipt, the party just receivyoung woman, hastily. "It isn't exercise ing tho letter. The question now is that I need, but lecieation, and theie'sno where has this letter been during ull recreation in doing the housework none at these long years? all." Chicago Host. Superintendent of Public Instruction Davidson has completed tho A Rcnemlilnnce. "Death nnd the people of Germany are stato school census with tho following result: Country districts, 5S2.0S71 Lounlike in one respect." "Name it." isville, 82,014; other cities, 05,081. To-ta- l, "The people of Geimany like to use money Mr. Davidson declines to 729,782. diiect fiom the mint." admit that the returns from Louisville "(Jo on." "Death loves n shining mark, too." Pitts- nre correct, but the 82,014 are put in to burgh Chronicle-Tclcgiapmako up tho total. 'J he number of childron last year was 730,105. Real Warm Wenther Rent nnd ComAt Plneville, after motion hour tho fort. morning, the court announced There is a powder to bo shaken into tho othor shoes called Allen's Foot-Eusinvented by that it was ready to hear the motion n Allen S. Olmsted, Le Hoy, N. Y., which for a change of venue in the John druggists and shoe dcalcis say is the best case. The court sustaiued tho thing they have ever sold to cure swollen, motion and the caso was ordered to be burning, sore and tender or aching feet. sent to the Knox circuit court for Some dealers claim that it makes tight or No testimony was intronew shoes feel easy. It certainly will cure hearing. corns and bunions a id relieve instantly duced. About one hundred witnesses sweating, hot or smait'ngfcct. It costs only appeared in court and were recognized a quarter, and the inventor will send a samto bo present at tho next term of Knox ple free to any address. circuit court to testify in tho caso. . . , Dugan is charged with tho murder of The Appropriate l'lnce. "You otiaht to be n&humed of vouiself." John C. Colson. paid the judge to the gentleman who had The Richmond government building, been caught picking pockets at a funeral, which has just been completed at a "Have ou no sense of decency?" cost of 5100,000, was dedicated to the "Yes, judge; but you know people in a place like that nre so easily touched." In- public tho other morning. Tho revenue ofilco will not bo moved until August, dianapolis Journal. when Hon. John W. Yorkes, becomes collector. Vac GentlcncBH. Be gentle in stimulating the kidneys, The Corning OU Co., of Ohio, struck otherwise jou will excite nnd weaken them. oil on Wilson's creek, 18 miles south Tho happiest results follow the use of of Prestonburg, at a depth of 1,000 Stomach Hitters to overcome renal Tho company claims the well. inactivity. Avoid the unmedicated, fiery foot. stimulants of commerce. The kidneys have will produce only ono barrel a day. a delicate membrane easily irritated, and This is tho sixth well drilled by this upon this the action of such excitants is company in tho county. indigespernicious. Malarial complaints, Jesse Kaves, 28, of Saundorsvlllc, tion, rheumatism, neuralgia nnd biliousness ftuccomb to the corrective influence of tho near Lexington, formorly night watchBitters. man at Stoll'& Co. 's distillery, took morphine and laudanum with suicidal "Well, Wlrirley, did you find the divine physicians saved him. creature leturned your love?" "Yen, just intent, but At a fight at a picnic in Butler counns soon ns I offered it to her." Detroit Frea ty, James Roan was disemboweled by Piess. a man named Kcown. Fourteen members of Company O, of tho Louisville legion, were fined y Iowa Creamery Operator Orders Five Hundred nt One Time. fi. Connoh, of Paducah, has in40,000 from the estato of a sis-twho died recently In Brooklyn. Tin: citizens of Fayctto county, in convention, decided that the courthouse recontly destroyed by fire should bo replaced by the insurance companies. James B. Hindman, tho gold democratic nominee for clerk of the court of appeals, says he will mako speeches in every county in the stato during tho campaign. Miss Davis, daughter of tho chairman of tho city republican committee of Louisville, went to San Francisco as a delegate to the Christian Endeavor conference and while there was married to a tobacco company's agent named Kiug. The men arrested on tho charge of firing into tho house of John Acre, near Claymour, several nights ago, are: Tobo Tatum, Joo Tatum, Wiley Morris, Will Morris, Sam B. Tucker, Will Tucker, Peto Offutt, Joe Gorrell, Will Gorrell, Leonard Williams, Slmn Hadden, Morehcad Williams and Joo Williams. All are In jail except Toba and Joo Tatum, who gave bond. M. N. herited or "ETHAN ALLEN. "President of the Cuban Irague." DOCTORS Odd Tnlea of AND PATIENTS. Du-ga- Hos-tetter- 's She Had Scrofula Purlflod tho Blood with Hood's. " I was troubled with scrofula for eight years, und I had ns many us eight ruuulng sores nt ono tlmo. Nothing seemed to do mo any good until I began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla. I continued using this medicine- until I had taken bIx bottles, when tho sores on my sldo wero perfectly well." Mia. A. G. Hakc'iikii, Holfo, Iowa. for nonattondanco and raiding a lunch counter at Bowling Green. heat at Ashland. Wm. 27, Jennie 'F.i.kins dropped dead from Tolls, of Lawrencoburg, aged died from the effects of laudanum School In KiiKlnml. A physician with a large practice see strnnge sights soma humorous, some pitiful, and some irritating. Sir Benjamin W. Richardson, commenting on the fact that these singular sights tend to produce In the doctor's mind the feeling "All things nre alike to nil," says he once a bishop by saying that the writer of Eccleslnstcsmust been u doctor. Onco a woman who kept a fuel store broughi her husband to Dr. Rlchards-in n little cart with his body covered with smull coal, under the idea that by this menus she wns keeping him war.m. Another womnn, to whom ho prcscribfd nn ether mixture, therefore volatile, first mndo it wnrm, in order that' It might be agreeable to take. He tens culled in llio early days of liis London practice to ilslt a servant In n large house, nnd ovcrhonrd the mistress ask the housekeeper: "What sort of a man is he, and how did he come? Did lie drive?" "I think you'll like him, ma'am." replied the housekeeper; "but, poor man! ho Is only u walking doctor?ycV 1'eoplo niiide n distinction between the walking and the driving doctor in' former days A physicinn with a Inrg paying practice used to ride in n ehnr'io. which cost 300 guiueas. Now people do not enre if n doctor comes Inn l.inrfau, or a bronghnTn, or a cab, protided he comes quickly. The "Id physician was known by everybody ns u doctor. Hew ore n long, hroad-tni!tcoat, knee breeches, IIcs-fda- n boots, a frilled shirt with ruffles nt the wrists, nnd n large white cravat of the II r.est lawn. lie carried a cano with a'perforntcd box at the top, which held camphor or some other substance. When he was called to a consultation, he expected to find a table spread with wine glasses, a decanter of brandy nnd a bottle of wine. Youth's Companion. Popularity nnd n Jslnp. One of the incidents that conduced to give the queen temporary popularity In Ireland wns this: Shcnnd thenrince. with the piinco of Wales nnd Prince Alfred, were driven in their roomy enr-rinto Mr. Dargan's exhibition. Tho streets nnd windows were thronged. There were only bright faces, nnd tho air wns filled with cheers. She bowed vury affably; the prince held his lint n little before his forchend, nnd hardly bowed. The prince of Wales took off a enp with a white band nnd held It rather gracefully, ns if to show Hint ho should have bowed were the queen not present. Prince Alfred looked a llltlo sulky and kept his cap on his head. The quern did not appear to see him, but she did. She whipped the cap off his hend with ono hand, nnd with tho other gave him such a slap In the face. It wns done in an Instant, nnd without any change of countenance. Thundering cheers marked the npproval of tho multitude. Contemporary lievitw. Did the Joh Himself. It Is related of the late Due d'Aumale that lack of decision is illustrated liy the following incident: When about to enter n room at a reception In 1873 he wns nsked by the usher what name should be announced, "flen. le Duo d'Aumale," he answered; and then, suddenly changing his mind, he said: "No; announce his royal highness, Duo d'Aumale." But, not feeling tatisfied with this, he said: "Say merely Due d'Aumale." Finally he said: "Sny nothing," nnd walked in unannouncidr-- N. Y. Times. Pliyntclnnn of tho Oli m JmiW I v VS. Q-jJ- R be is ' are a "rattlesnake's guide," lis they ro seinblc that reptllo somewhat, only without the rattles. They .make a softy purring noise to give notice presence. They have be'efi found 'ju pairs, but ono manages to escajle oarh time. Four or five hove been 'brought '.testimony Is convincing : ' "My tro'ublo commenced after tho birth of my last child. I did not to the' South side during the week nnd 'know what was the matter with inc. My husband went to our family physl- one measuring six feet is at Henry shanty, where it' has 'been cian nnd. described my symptoms, nnd ho said I had displacement and falling viewed by many. One theory is that of the womb. Ho sent mo some medicine, but it did little good. I let It go they are natives of Kentucky, and were on about two years, and every timo I did any hard work my womb would driven from tho swamps by the sprlnjy come down. Finally n lady friend advised mo to try Lydia 13. Pinkhiim's Vegetable Compound, which I did. The first bottle helped mo so much I confloods and arc traveling northward. tinued to tnke it right along. My back was nlmost tho same ns no back. I No one has yet been bitten by them, y but they nro supposed to bo poisonous. could not lift scarcely any weight. Myjifo was just ti drag to me. I am well of my vrtml troubloj and have a good, strong . back, thanks to UU COUPLE ELOPE ON A TANDEM. Mrs. Pinkham's Vegetable Compotnm." authority for the statement thatthej qtttty lasts? What n woman needs who is thus affected is to strengthen tho ligaments 6o they will keep her organs in place. Thero Is nothing better for this purpose than Lydia E. Pinkhiim's Vegetable Compound. The great volume of testimony which is constantly rolling In, proves t that the Compound is constantly curing thousands of just Mich cases. 'The following letter from Mrs. Marlow is only one of.many thousands which ;JIrs. Pinkham has received this year from thosu bhe has relieved surely such bowel, caused by constipation pro ceeding from the womb lying over nnd pressing on the rectum ? Do you know tlint these nre bigns of displacement, and that you will never bo well while that health almost within her grasp ? If bhe docs not value her good' looks, docs bhu not value her comfort V Why, my sister, will you suf- -' for tlint dull pain In thcBiuallof your back, those bearing-down- , dragging sensations in the loins, that terrible fullness in the lower To-da- i d mid She Fled. Miss Minnie Lcvinson, the young and pretty daughter of Jacob Lcvinson, u manufacturer of the villngo of South River,' hear Brunswick, N. .!., left her home on Saturday on a tandem bicycle, nccoinpnnicd by Bray Martin, son of Daniel Martin, pf the New York custom house, nnd the couple hare not 're- Father of tilrl Objected to Her Mnf-rln- CONSTIPATION Cured by CII1'MIIIHWIK)II'"' WXW ( Over-Wo- rk I No part of the huttun body receives more ill treatment than the bowels. Load after load is imposed until at last the intestines become clogged, refuse to act, worn out. Then you must assist nature. Do it, and see how easily you will be turned. Martin hud been paying court to Miss Lcvinson for some time, but his attentions were distasteful to the young lady's father. Mr. Lcvinson told his daughter that if she did not give up Martin he would renounce her. There were several scenes between father nnd daughter last week. The other day Martin hired a tandem from a bicycle dealer in South River and took Miss LeUnson with him. They left no word as to their deshad no objection to tho match. Both tho Martins and the Levinsons stand well socially In the place. Miss Lcvinson is a very attractive young woman and kept tho books in CANDY CATHARTIC. -f 69 99. JsMWWkWiViViWViViViVM !' tllIllMl,"',H",t,M4 "A HANDFUL OF JromwCT.wi'.'fflWJ.w . S.l -- 4 f A.!crn. full PITRK VEfiETA-- - - -1NOI a violent mass ui incrtunai uiu uuu.i.v, fv,i.., -- -, ... BLE COMPOUND, that acts directly upon the diseased and worn out Intestinal canal, makes it strong, and restores muscular action, at the same time gently dose, but a stlmulatingthe liver and kidneys. Not a patent liquid or CANDY TABLET pleasant to eat, easy and delightful In action. They are indeed N A 1 1 K K'S UWJN KliMllUY. s. ALL DIUJCialSTB. 10c, CSC, 60c -. 1 pill-for- .t.1 T tination. Martin's parents, it -- Is understood, I 83BRT MAY BE Si A HOUSEFUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WBTH 125' tj her father's store. THE MARKETS. CINCINNATI. LIVE STOCK Cnttlo,common 2 i.S 4 00 Select butchers . SA POLIO 001 STrrMMfl IP! ni'fl n Tmm IL LB m H " '. 1' July (ffl 0. 3 0) 4 CALVES fuir UOQS Common Mixed packers SHEEP-Cno-lco LAMUS-SprlFLOUK-WinBKA1N--Whcat-N- J. to good light., URht shippers ntf :i !M 3 b 3 iu w U 4 00 ter I 2 2 2 mlly -- ' No. 3 red Corn--N- o. Oats--X- o. mixed r II 00 6 , red.. 3 00 . u u s 0 3 3 3 3 46 3 b 3 0) to O 40 to 31 71 -- 00 " 0 "8 "1 Rye-- No. Prime to choice I'KOVISIONS McSi lorlc... Lard Piimo stoam BTJTTKK-Chol- co dairy Prime to choice creamery.. HAY APPLES-P- er POTATOEb-Ne- ,ll 50 8 7 3 03 g 00 01 p . !& w bbl 2 51 1 Per bbl.... 80 3 I Wi Ui Rootbcer on a sweltering hot day 13 highly essential to comfort and health. It cools the blood, reduces your temperature,.,', tones of Hires LAIS Mlli-nT' Adrvhcnlthvcil mate, ireO'irom malaria, an abun- diitxo'of puro water, is unsurnassed for richness, nnd Is easily culti vated, yicming uu ,va- rioties of cr,ops. fThof, is, B V11U , wJmtNIjfaytsioiTers'Vb'V' ,,IS,!,W U...-- t, ; nro cnoan now. aofityjifr ii puijiimiui .di'scrrl ilng jNobrasini.Trriiuca "C,c pn ivp l m 1.V.P, S.' rftfRT?s' General PasBenger Agent.'O. D.'&.Q. R. R., Chicago,. ". , FLOUIt GnAIN--Wheat--.o- ,l No.2red COIIN-- No 2 mixed OATSMlxed FOUK LAKU Now mess NEW YORK. Winter patent north n. thestomacu.,. I) WARTSnORNS NOTICE JtiHE ' srAT'AcrMi SHADErTOU 4 . ,... ,.... ' 31 ffi 4 C5 Bi"-ff U-- & H , 7 73 m, 8 O Western U'i W i J -21 7 4' fto HIRE should be in every office, in every workshop. A temperance drink, more health- f. CHICAGO. i Rootbeer FLOUR Winter patent! GRAIN Wheat No 2 red.... No. 2 Chlcu-- spring CORN-N- 4 01 4 "a "I " 4 home, in every ful than ice water, more delightful and satisfying Uian any other beverage produced. Mile t7 th Chirlel X. A Hlr. Pa.. PhlUdflnhla. SoUTtack. tT gt mftkM ft g&llaai. ODlr ?.?i Id O. OATh-N- o. 2 2 M't-- l '' , PORK Mess LARU-Ste- am 7sia 4 1 7 15 -- , t :"1 Hood's Sarsapariila Is Hest fact tho - In Hoocl'6 Pills LUKtS I tho Ono Truo Wood Purillei euro nausea, Indigestion. SJc. if Wl WHrKr AM Host CoukIi Syrup. Tastes (Jock. in umo. pom dt cirmriziRtH. II t ffl MR. Urol taken with suicidal Intent Ho left considerable property. Near Hadloy John Martin and Virgil Bolchcr mot on horseback and engaged in a duol with knives. Loth wero dangerously wounded. Dr O. W. McGraw, a traveling medicine vender, was awarded a verdict against the city of Marion a foft'day ago for 400 for falso imprisonment. Ho was arrested for selling .medicine without a license, and placed in jail throo years ago, but soon released Hw brought suit, and the case was' dccld.-with the above result. u President Fnure is snld to bo the greater dandy In France. Ho Is nnx" ions to institute a special presidential costume, but his colleagues do not ' look upon the scheme w DALTIMORU FLOUR o. Corn-Mixed Family. 2. 3 81 to ki O 4 1J 8 UfAj.L Oit LARD-fRcllned ith favor. PORK IIOGS-West- No 3 white, , Mess MK4 31 10 2K OH M 18 4 (u 4 CATTLE-Fl- rst ern qimy 2 8 S -- 3 Hi 4 10 0 rjri. ?" finmiBM e Alii COTTON SOAIEB. i SILOS TBff HOW TO BUILD ask CoU-U!A.l- C WIUIAMS MFO. CO., KALAMAZOO, MICH. wm yn(,J." K 'ira rt tm t, ut-nuni- HARTSHORN) juice in a cupful of tepid water whitens and softens the nails and removes all grease and dirt, making them more easy to polA teaspoonful of lemon INDIANAPOLIS. GRAIN-Whcat-No. llrllllWI Wl Will nd "Wblikey Ilnblt curet nnrtlculomsontFJtKE. 11. M. WOOU.KV, M.I Atlanta, Qa, NEW DISCOVERY J J. ft " 'PUtTLUi Bili' ?.. V" V 'fj CornNo Oats. 2 mixed No. 2 mixed 3 if-- 5 243 & 75 -- If ish. When a deadbeat nsks you for a lonn he always tells you he is looklng.for n mau who owes him, biithc never. finds him. Washington (la.) Democrat. LOUISVILLE. FLOUR Winter pitent ! red,.. GRAI- N- Whe.it-N- 'o. Corn-Mi- xed 0,it, -- wlxcd POKK-x- o M4 'r B 4S 101 V M J8&&0 CHICAGO 75 3 SO ULI niUU A. N. & Siren I quiclcrelUfandcuresworRt W of testimonials nn lO day', fvi C11BCK. Beml for book , a trcu tmentl'rco. nr.u. h.ukkkvh Bum, aiioi,-Ha- . ' "f C nucKLY. NtM'I for "300InTfntloi-- 4 HDHDCV J lrVI Ed(irTal(Co,SliB,ii,S.Y,Jtu 'Wheel "Works lecternMAKT RSDo .rt- CATALOOVE K.-- 1,669: f 1 FREE lltlNOli WIIKN AVIIITINO TO AI1VKRTIHCI IHctiaeainio inui 1U ilv too Aavcni 1 . mcut lu llil pupcr. m s: