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NUMBER 47. THE CONFERENCE Of the American federation of I.ibor All TradiaMay StrlicolnBjrmpathr With the Mlnrra. Russia will establish a permanent diplomatic location In Abyssinia next fall, Zena Kmo, or Palrland, Mich., kick-tat a hog and missed it nnd broko lus leg against a post. DiBCAnuEn bicycles nro now dlsraom-bore- il d, Thcjr N.T.r Will Come Out ll tho Opinion of Senator Cumilon rr.sldont Hatch -- by tho seriousness of tho situation. Senator Camden Is president of tho Mononagh Co. Saturday is pay day, and it will be tho supreme oftort of the organizers to get all of tho men to decide not again to enter the mines, und to cast their lots with tho strikers. leaving Before early Saturday morning, Ratchford received sevtelegrams from tho leaderal organiof ers other labor zations assuring him that they wcro with him. "I am vory hopof ul," wero his last words at the Fairmont depot Saturday morning thoro was no chango .In tho situation, no new men being out. Friday, Hito, tho operator, was arrested for drawing a gun on ono of tho miners, and has been held till next Friday for a hearing. Tho speakers all mado quito a point out of this Friday night, saying tho first man in tho striko that broko tho law was an operator. Vico President Rao, of tho Brothorhood of Paintors and Decorators, arrived Saturday morning. tiary. Kaiskii Wji.iiki.51 Is making room He nnd Debs go to Clarksburg Saturrapidly for his young men. On Juno day afternoon. W. J. Lunn, editor of 17 ho summarily rotlrcd 15 generals, Coil and Coke, is in town, and says which makes 30 general officers retired that after a caroful study of tho situation ho thinks tho mon in this disin tho past thrco months. 1'kab havo brought such low prices trict will be out Monday noon. IIo lately that farmers on PctapSco Neck, thinks Dcarmlt's men can not bo gotnear llaltimore, havo plowed under ten out if the Fairmont district do acres of them rath or than pick them como out. PiTTsnuitou.'Po., July 20. If tho nnd haul them to market. Six of Europe's qucons smoke: The plans, as outlined do not fail, tho madowager empress' of Russia, tho queen jority of tho coal operators of the of Portugal, tho queen of Iloumanla, Pittsburgh district will get together tho regent of Spain, tho empress of at tho courthouse in this city next Tuesday at 11 o'clock a. m. Tho call Austria and tho queen of Italy. M. Maillot, 104 years of ago, and, was sent out Saturday and enough ns ho believes, tho last survivor of the signatures were attached to it to a, .French fought at Water- mnko tho mooting a "very Interest& Jft,lop, was soldiers who honor at tho Wa- -- ing ono. Tho names arc: W. P. Do tho guest of 'York Cleveland luoi at uncrisoy. in tno uo- - Armlt.v of tho Now i...nnn,iL.. r Oas . rv.il PfW 1 ornamontod and suspondod as draivlngTOom ornaments. ( Moiik than of tho 28,000 applications for English patents this .year nro for bicycle improvomonts. Okay horses are usually tho longest dlvod Creams aro decidedly dolicato, nnd are seriqusly affected by vory warm wonthcr, I'mouabi.v tho greatest blbliophilo ifnng peers at tho present time Is lLt-Crawford, tho well known Scot-itfci- h nobleman. I TiiKitE ib only one monarch in all "Kuropo who believes In the Darwinian theory of evolution, and that Is King Oscar of Sweden. Out of the enormous number of women In Constantinople the population la nearly a million not more than 6,- 000 can read or write. Women furnish only 5 per cont. o( Italian bicyclists, but tho number is inercp.slng as tho prejudice ugainst ffm'uine athletes vanishes. Is tho causo of general comment "umong tho fishermen of Nantucket of tho unusual siza of tho bluoflsh which aro bolng caught In tho harbor. TiiAi.v llonnKit (Jus Hyatt w-.- s indicted, triod aud convicted within two hours at Clarksvlllo, Tenn., nnd was bentencod to 15 years In tho penitenono-thlrd t ord n.oelvti Encouragement From Other I.nbor Organizations. Faihmont, W. Va,, July 20. Monday morning will be tho doolding point in tho great mining oontcst, "if thoy are. not out by Tuesday thoy will never como out," said Senator Camden, who was called hcreFrlday night from Park-ersbar- g It VelWWaJPvTjW W, cbnncctlng it with the surrounding districts. It will be built by a British tm7Dt .Unnna nnrtCed&WEctf d!Kfcn! CSarCo.; Ueorge Lyslo HIHWjiu- -' io n ginr IiivVrtacupSo & Sons; D. M. Andrews; Imperial Coal Co.; Bowor Hill Mining Co.; Moon Run Coal Co.; Blithe Coal Co.; Slope Mlno Coal Co.; Federal Coal Co.; E. W. Bowers; J. F. Hosack; Ella Coal Co.; J. A. Onell) Joseph Walton & Co.; Essen Coal Co. T,'.n. 4 K' T H(V company on the overhead system, and will cost nbout 85,000,001. Italy is puzzled over tho prohibition by tho censorship of tho performance of Donizetti's "La Favorita" at Turin Theso aro tho heaviest producers in and of Kosslnl's "La Cenorentola" nt tho district Naples during tho recent visits to Tho mooting will bo tho first held thoso cities of tho prlnco and princess by tho operators .separately from tho of Naples. miners slnco early in 1890, when the Investigations show that It requires uniformity question was beforo them from three to four years to completo , in all its vigor. tho docaylng of a corpse wlion uurlea If Gen. Little, of tho arbitration nt a depth of four foot and a half, a' board, can havo his way, nothing of a half at ono foot, and only tho past will bo roferred to. Neither year and u year whon tho body Is simply cover-ewill tho present striko bo discussed. over with earth. Tho point at issue will bo the fitness 140 feet of tho old agreement to cover tho sitA stiiki, bridge, cantilever, in span, to connect tho Hue Stephon-souation as It now exists. All the in Paris with tho Kuo do la who havo signified their willIn place over tho ingness to be present at tho meeting Chapcllc, will be put tracks of tho Noru railway in a single aro in favor of tho o night, without using supports or Inter- uniformity, and their signatures will fering with tho trains. go a long way toward making up the Cyiius Conn, of Boston, has just fin- rcquiro 95 porccnt of tho operators in ished tho second plastor bust of Phil- tho Pittsburgh district, as, outlined by lip llrooks. When ho exhibited his Mr. Dearmlt first bust of tho bishop ho had a report Tho action of W. P. Doarmlt in the matlo to him of all tho criticisms passed proceedings has given confideuco to on It, and in his second work ho was many operators. guided by theso criticisms. Gen. Ltttlo intimated Saturday that An "automatic rocking chair fan" is the conflicting olomonts for tho first tho latest novelty. A small pair of stop should havo boon eliminated. Owbellows Is attached to tho under part ing to his position ho said it would not of tho chair. Theso forco tho air Into bo policy at tho present time to go small tubes running upward with noz- into details. IIo was satisfied, zles nt their ends, which can bo direct- howevor, and was in tho best ed toward any part of tho face. of humor over tho prospects. It la England has sent an expedition to very probable that tho commissioners explore tho River Jub, the boundary from other states will be notified to ba between tho Italian nnd English In Pittsburgh Tuesday. Thoy will bring spheres of influence In Somaliland. It with them other signatures, and it is is under command of Mnj. McDonald, expected that whatever action will be who made tho survey for tho railroad taken will at leastJoo binding on from Mombasa to Lako Victoria. those that attend tho proliminary Queen Victohia Is to bo put on can- meeting. As near as can bo learned, the object vas in company with tho threo generof tho first meeting is to determine ations of heirs that aro now on deck tho prlnco of Wales, tho duko of York what grievances the various operators . nnd tho llttlo Prince Edward. 'lho have. Narrowly EUoaped Lynching. artist who is honorod with tho royal, CuiOAao, 111., July 20. James O'Don-nelcommand Is William Qulllcr Orchard-sonR. A. who lives tho life of a recluso, Daniel O'Connell, youngest and last shot into a crowd of small boys who surviving son of tho liberator, has just wero playing ball near his home Sundied at Bedford, England, aged 81 day afternoon. Thomas Good, aged years.' Ho was a rencgado to tho causo 12, nnd Frank Spears, aged- - 8, colored, wero badly wounded.' Spears will of Ireland, nccoptlng tho ofllco of probably die. tax commissioner from Palmers-toshooting 40 years ago nnd subscribing becamo known, an angry mob of to tho unionist fund to fight homo neighbors surrounded O'Donnoll's rule. home, whore ho was hidden. Tho It has ofton puzzled tho uninitiated timely arrival of a patrol wagon saved why musicians tuno their instruments his life, but by a narrow margin, as in public, nnd not before thoy ontor tho mob surrounded tho wagon and tho orchestra. If thoy manipulated tho officers wero forcod to fight to prothem boforo entering tho theater or tect their prisoner. O'Donnoll said concert room thoy might find tho tem- tho boys annoyed him with their noise. perature different in tho place of perThree Men Drowned nt Detroit. formance, and tho instruments would Detroit, Mich., July 20. Threo Denot bo In tune. troit young men wore drowned To add to tho number of astonish- day afternoon by tho capsizing Sunthings that aro made of paper, row boat off Sugar island, near of a ing tho Ilrupp, tho groat Oorman manufac- mouth of tho Detroit river. The turer of cannon, has lately completed drowned nro William W. Shier, Frank a number of papor field pieces fo'r tho E. Russell, jr. and Edwin Stubcncky. Thoy uso of tho German infantry. Young Russoll's father and brother, nro intonded for uso In situations whore who wore also in the boat which upof field artillery would tho movement set, swam ashore but narrowly esbe Impracticable. caped from going 'jnder. d n j l, n requeuing tho president to make sueh Investigations as wlllollclt all thoracis In roforenco wlrci President Ratchford that to tho restrictions put upon tho sale of Amertween 5,000 and 0,000 miners nro outuj. ican tobacco In foreign countries under what Fairmont, and that the victory is tvou aro known as tho "reglo" or government contracts. It also authorizes the president to Mr. Ratchford predtcts good result enter into negotiations with governments of -from tho Wheeling meeting. . ;t those countries with a view to obtaining a modification or romoval of theso restrictions. Pasted. FOR PEACE. Washinoton, July S3. Senate Shortly before the- senate adjourned Thursday SenTho Ambassvlors Fresent l'rellinlnnrlci ator Allison. In chargo of tho tariff bill, made DraMed bjr the l'oirers. to time axed for the Constantinople, July 27. At thoset'--tingo- f a strong effort the havo a conference report final vote ot tariff pcaco conforenco tho am Falling In this, Mr. Allison gavo notlco that tho bassadors presented tho peace prelim the session Friday would be protractod with a view to securing a vote. inarics drafted by tho powers, which tbo first definite movement mado thus It was tar toprovido for European arbitration of ward bringing tho debate to a close. Mr. any differences that may arlso 'be? Allison's llrst proposition was for a vote at tweon tho Greek and Turkish plenipo- S o'clock Friday, but this was objected to by vote Mr. (Ala). Then ho tentiaries in arranging a definitive, somePettus beforo adiournmentproposed awhloh Friday, time treaty. It is stated that the won objected to by Mr Morgan. Thosugges-Ttlo- a "wltl insist upon tho acceptance by tujtri of Saturday at I o'olook with like ob- porto of this provision, and Jts'iyggi't from Mr. Morgan. tlon.vthorcforo, by tho sultanKMijlRiAVAiniKOi Julv 2t senate The nnai o sonata at 3 p. ra. S&tuii-iiu uuaiiu ui uu any to InstltuW" 'An unanimous agreement to that effect was a European control oi ureaic unances reached In the senato late Friday afternoon still hampers the sottlomont of tho in- after an exciting and dramatlo debate. Tho unexthe final vote came demnity question. It is understood proposition for domocratlo sources, most senior pectedly from railway will bo senator from Alabama. Mr Morgan, the that the' presenttransferred to the Greek administra- ing It. It was grejtirrwlth shouts of "good, tion, with the stipulation that tho good,'1 from senators on ths republican same facilities shall bo granted to side who for tbo first time saw tbo path clear bill Mr. of of for th? final enactmont was the tariff with ono Turkey for the transportation coupled Morgan's proposition govtroops as are granted to tho Greek that the senato meot nt 10 a. m Saturday In ernment. This, ' therefore, docs not order that bpoeches miy be heard before tho indicate an intention on .tho part of otolaiaken. This was accepted as o whole the ngreemsnt Turkey to evacuate Thcssaly, but Is and Morgan pxpresiedwas formally announced. profound reluotanoo In Mr. mcroly a measure of economy. submitting tho propsltlon, but said ho rcoog-nlztho right tf tho majority to register their will. Tho agreement was preceded by leotr,ocuted on a Telephone l'olo. tho most boated personal collopy that has ocNew York, July 27. William Kars-tencurred during the consideration of tho tariff be- who lives in St LouLv Theodore Perry, first vico president of tho International Typographicol union, representing Presidont W. IS. Prescott, of that orgunization, passed through Cincinnati Monday mornln? on his way to Wheeling to attend ,lh g conferonco. Tho conforenco at Wheeling will tako place at noon Tuesday. A decision as to tho attltudo of the labor organizations affiliated with tho A. F. ofL. on the minors' striko will bo reached, whether a sympathetic strike of nil trades of tho country shall ensue, or whether financial and moral aid shall bo given tho coalstrikcrs. Columiius, O., July 20. Mr. Mahon) Cincinnati, July 27. Prctdont Mor-ti- n Fox, of tho International Iron molders union, left for Columbus at 7 U. m. Monday, and will go from there to Wheeling, W. Va., to attend tho conforenco on the minors' strike of national executives of labor organizations affiliated with tho American Federation of Labor. Calls for the conferenco wero sent out from Washington by President Gompers, of tho A. F. of L. Saturday afternoon. Besides Fox the notlco was received by Jacob Schmalz, of Cincinnati, national sccrotary of tho Musicians' union. Schmalz has not yot decided whether ho will attend the conference or not, but is in correspondence with Prosidcnt Miller, of tho National conference report was presented to tho scnato Tuesday, but llttlo progress was mado on It beyond the formal reading of about two-thirof tbo report. Tbcro was no Indication of when tho final vots would be roacbed. During tbo day Mr. Tillman (dom., S C) openly threatened a filibuster until next December If cotton bagging and cotton ties wero not restored to tho f roa list, but the threat was regarded as somewhat facetous. The sugar amendments occasioned along debate, during which Mr. Allison stated that tho conference rates were lower than those of lho senate and largely a concession to the house. Senators Vest, Jones, Berry nnd White questioned this statement, urging that the sugar trust secured larger benefits from tho conference BJrcdulo than from any previously offered. The lumber amendment also brought Extraordinary S.nlon. Washington, Julj 21. Sbnatb The tariff THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, STANFPRD.KY. Successors to tho Lincoln National OK Bank. By provision oi its charter, depositors arc as fully protected as are depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held 'individually liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par value thereof in addition to the amount iuvested in such shares: It may act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an individual, re- - prison In Havana. animated criticism from Senators Teller and Pcttlgrcw. Early In tho d ly the senate passed a Joint resolution authorizing and requesting the president to take all neocssary steps for the relcaso of tho Compotltor prlsonors from Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Stanford, Kentucky, December 31, 1896. RESOURCE& LIABILITIES. f 277.010.83 7.676 IB 1,084 07 41, MH 02 5,589.00 800.00 18.701 C8 ate conclude 1 the formal reading of the tariff conferenco report Wodnesday. Tho debate was spiritless In the main. Early In tho day Mr Jones (Ark.) mado a contest against the conference commltteo on tho ground that It bad exc;cdcd 1 s authority In so amending the paragr ph relating to printing paper as to plico a retaliatory duty against tho countres paying an oxport bounty on wood pulp. His point of order was debated at much length, on I finally overruled by Vico President Hobart. This removed tho only obstacle thus far encountered by the roport Tho reciprocity amendment, and tho amendment of tho Btamp tax on bonds and stoolis, developed much criticism, HoDsi-Wh- en tho house met Wedncsdny Mr. Evans (rop., Ky.), from tho commltteo on ways and means, roportei a Joint resolution Washington. July 22: Senatb. Tho sen- 0erarafts Olfier Stocks Cush f.onns and Discounts and Dondn Caplt&I Stock 120, 0004 U,C03 80 Due from National Ilanlu ll&iiklng Houso furulturo una Fixtures Surplus Fund Indlvlduil Deposits Duo from National Danks Due from fctato Danks I V170 8I 3,875.31 5.303 81 I8:,!o8 8) J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, Ky John M. Hail, Stanford, Ky. " " J, E. Lynn " " S. J Embry, W. H. Cummings, Directors. W. A. Carpenter, Miiledgevllle, K Jno, S. Owsley, Stanford, Ky. Jno. F. Cash " " William Gooch, Prcachersville, Ky. 8. II. SHANKS, President. J, B. OWSLEY, Cashier W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. J6We solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, and they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSIEY, Cashier t A. PENNINGTON -- DEALER IN- - GENERAL MERCHANDISE. M'kTh new Goods and Hard Time Prices novfi I AM SELUNO GOODS LOWER THAN THEY WERE EVER SOLD BEFORE IN MT. VERNON. My Store is on the Corner of Main Street and .TyjorvenueNeat fl 2MSg X l T; Call and 8ee Mt Volo-Larls- THEB. RILEYProprietor, HOUSE F. RIIvBV, . LONDON, - - KENTUCKY. ed I have moved to my new Hotel ard am better prepared than over to accommodate tho public. Good Livery at tached and every convenience desired. Givo mo oall s, years old, a teamster, was electrocuted on a telephone polo in front of Kafhold's hotel on Commerce street, Newark, Monday night IIo touched a livo olectrio light wire, a liame shot forth and tho man dropped from the polo dead. Karstons formerly lived at tho hotel. Whilo there ho was In the hnblt of climbing up a high 28 bllL polo to tho first crossarm used by tho telephone company and sitting on it. Monday night he tried it, and grasped a livo wire. The Gludntoiieg' Wedding Annlver.nry. London, July 27. Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone colobrated tho 68th anniver sary of their wedding. Many visitors joined in tho family gathering at tho scores of townspeople saluted tho venerablo couplo while on their way to church. Both aro In health, Mr. Gladstone walking off with as much vigor as at any timo in tho last ten years, shaking hands energetically and convorsing with groat animation. Will Vl.lt Montana. n, nt Monday recolved a letter Bryan "who loft lllackfoot, Ida., Monday for National park, accepting an invitation to bo tho governor's guest whilo in this city. Mr. Bryan, through the efforts of Congressman Hartraan has changed his original plans nnd after spending two weoks in tho park will mako a tour of the statu. Half a score of Montana cltle.i araproparing to glvo him a big reception.' Helena, Mont, July 27. Gov. Smith from Wm. J. House Tho house Friday recessed until 3 When tho house resumed Its session it look another recess until 8 o'clock on t o assurance of Mr. Dlngloy that It was likely tho senate would reach a vote Friday night. Mr. MoMIUtn Insisted that this was not likely. Washington, July 2d Senate Tho Dlngloy bill Is now a law, and Congress his adjourned sine die, Uy a vote of 40 to 80 the sennto at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon agreed to tho conforence roport on the disagreement between the two houses us to scnato and an hour later tho president, with a pen provided for tho purpose b Mr. Ding-lewhose Dane tho bill bears, affixed his signature thereto. At 4:35 p. m. this act on tho part of tho chief executive was communicated to tho houso. In which tho bill originated, and tho announcement was with great applauso. In thosenato the tlmo up to 3 p. in., the hour agreed upon Friday night for u voto, was taken up almost entirely with speeches against concurrence on tho conforcnoo roport. Allen, CaRery and othors, Including Morgan, were speakors, and, curiously enough, tho debnto was closed by Mr. Stewart, who declared that tho bill would not glvo tho country prosperity: In fact, from his standpoint, nothing would but freo and unlimited colnago of sliver. And then ho voted for the bill, having refrained from casting his vote on tho measure when beforo the tonato for passage, July 7. House The bouse, assembling nl noon, bad taken a recess until 3:30 p m., and before it reassembled tho secretary of tho senato was in waiting to communloate the aotton of tho report-Asenato upon conference tho soon as ths body was called to order ho announced the concurrence, and tho announcement was received with applause, renewed a moment later when the great white czar', was observed attaching his signature to tho bill, and beoamo boisterous when bo mado known that he hndslgncd it, p. m. amend-moots, y, s The Sambrook Hotel, Convenient to railroad station. Livingston Rates reasonable. Porters meet all trains. H M Ky jd Druggists and Pharmacists. 3k MC.& D.N, WILLIAMS Mt. Vernon, Ky., We carry Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent' Medicine, Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c. Prescriptions carefully compounded nt all hours. Give us a call for goods usually kept in a first-clas- s I I drugstore. ME waaBEBBBBBBffleBS rogu-larl- y Monday roleased from tho Kings county penitentiary. In 1803 ho was sentenced to flvo years Imprisonment for' wrecking the bank of which ho was tho head, and had still 17 months to servo whon President McKinloy pardoned him on Saturday. Allls will start for his homo In Llttlo Rock In a fow daya. Ilrltlsh Wheat Crop IleloTT the Average. London, July 27. Tho Agricultural Gazotto recently sent out a circular asking Information on tho subject of crop prospects. Tho circular elicited of which 738 replies, tho substanco shows that tho wheat crop for the United Kingdom is mnch below tin average. Barley IS up to tho average oats nnd potatoes are slightly below 1U and hay iu most distrlots is consldero' bly above it Iartoned by.the'PrejIdent. New York, July 27. Horace G. formerly president of the First national bank of Llttlo Rock, Ark., was Al-li- s, going on up J. W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. examplo of rvhat Rcfd there ho tolls of a woman resiT. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, dent of Sitka who loft her homo and J. S. I locker and M. J. Miller. took tho first steamer for the Klondyko regions, opening up a laundry there We solicit the accounts of the citizens o! Rockcastle and adjoining She staked out a claim, hired men to weeks' counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business work It for her nnd In a few tlmo was offered 8.15,000 for it. This intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view she thought would keep hor and sho to business lelations, respectfully invited. sold out and returned to Sitka with HOCKER, Pre JNO. ). McROIiKRTS, Cashier, tho monoy, Is torrlblo hardships, traveling continuously over ico and snow. As an ''INA FEW WEEKS ,. Womin Managed to Mako 818,000 In ' , the Klonilydn Itfglon. Toledo)., July' 27. levin '$. Kajrd has just returned from Alaska ahd is visiting his parents at 124 Maumco Ho camo direct from Sitka, trav eling by stearaor to Duluth. Ho did not gotns far north as tho Klondyko belt, but saw much during his stay In Sitka to Impross him with tho magnitude of the rccont gold discoveries It is a matter of about six hundred miles from Sitka to tho gold belt, and to reach It Mr. Ilalrd says ono must A avo-enuo. on-du- DC V First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Capital Stock $200,000. Surplus $23,100 "DIRECTOR- S, 31 ),S. t 4 f& V nmuuiuiMiinaaMBjMjuusmaa aaitniX.iiiy3taaiMBaaararattgBMMaiiB irtmv,uj.Hj;.UBiu.ujiit.witaotiiaap rr. WILDIE. County of Jackson Kept in alIsli!C8 nml ilitVeleiit styles cloth peek rn I, John B. King, clerk of the &H Mfr Waa)W , Congressman Davison was apcovcreil tlropeil caskets, robe-i- linen bosoms KN MOTtf eA yii9rcA Circuit Court, do hereby Tom Hayes is teaching the cud's mill collais. All order by teleyrajih "SalNSl && VS&I xaMaBca && pointed by Czar Reed as a member Jackson certify thai I have been a citizen school at this place, oniitly attended to day and nhslit. on Election Committee No. 2. teinfo icl, of Jackson county since February Mrs. JarveCook, of Cove, was Dealers in 1870. I have been Circuit Court here at the funeral Sunday. Saturday last, after passing the Clerk from May 1887, till the pres Mrs. Nora Anglin, of Goochland, worst tariff bill ever imposed upon ent, I served as County Judge of SADDLES and HARNESS. For 25 years we have been study was here Sunday with friends. the American people, Congress ad- Jackson county from September ing and making wagons, and our 1378 till September 1886. I have journed. We would like to have another aim has been to combine been acquainted with J. W. Baker snake story from Gus ME NTS-AL- L Stewart. ever since 1875. He was elected Miss Eliza Hunt began teaching This world is holding its breath Jailer of tbis county in August but is auxiousley awaiting news, 1S78 and served till Septembei the Green Hill school Monday last. Duiabilily and Easy Running with REAL ESTATE come, fn.ni 1882. He was a good jailer, kept that may never Miss Alice Forbus is entertain-th- e the Bust Bkakk in existence. 0FAudiee, who sailed in a baloon lrom his jail clean and treated his prisonMisses Ridder, of White's Sta- Aud if you wish to know whether N D, KY. Spitzburgen July iolh on a voyage-t- ers well and made a good, efficient tion. we have succeeded, ask our neighthe North pole Has a number ol fine Blue Gross farms for sale and exchange, officer. To my own personal Sam Purcell and daughter, of bors. Prices reduced. Wm. II. Cocks. ranging in area from) 10 to 1,200 acres in a boundary, and in price from knowledge he was never indicted Ford, are with relatives in the Mt. Vernon. Ky. $20 to $iooper acre. Can Suit purchaser in price, terms, locution, &c, Thk unwritten law as promulga- for any offense in this county. I vicinity. in this or any other State in the United States. am custodian of the records ,of the ted by Judge Falconer of LexingMiss Lucy Griffin has returned Office in Intcrloi J. II. SOWDKR, ton seems to hold good. The grand Circuit Court aud no such records from a visit to her sister, at Mt. J Geh'I Manager. Journal Building. are, or ever was 011 file in my ofjury failed to indict Jacob Harris Vernon. fice. the Mayer of Thos. Meritt who had Miss Dede and Cleo Martin, of , won the effections of Mrs Harris. Given under my hand ' j skai. and seal of office Jackson, are the guests of their sis- PRACTICAL . '.Petler look a leedle out." ' ter, Mrs. L. T. Stewart. this July 24, 1897. EMBALMER,' John B. King, Clerk J. C. C. STANFORD, KY; I Misses Louise McGuireandLyde What Bre'r Walton did for Mars Cook, of Livingston, were here at ROWLAND. Henri Watterson in his last Fri- IN CONNKCTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. the Coffee funeral Sunday. ' day's issue was A Complete Line of Coffins Caskets note than a suffi - Session Opens Fall6, 1897. Dr. Stuckev. the tvoical railroad ciency. There's lots of edge tools Robes, &c. Telegraph orders' W. F. Sheridan look in the man, and Mr. Burns, ''buster" of lttehdGtirto promptly. and sharp ones at that, lying Academic, Intermediate, and Lancaster fair. baggage, were here Sunday. around loose in the Interior Jour. Prnnary, Departments. "Shorty" Mcrrimee is still with nal office, and4here is a man there Our town is takiucr afiboom and for the dispatchers. who knows how to wield them. VER.tJ.QN :n town lots are advancintofTCousid flfl C vmft)'T'"n"i3aeK Miss JVJda LIME BBWfefc- this fall. 'WW friends. f Manufacturers Uki?y Woodson, of the Owens- Dr. W. J. Childress, one of the Tom Ferrill is working up "a oftiiinf and brick. boro Messenger, has been appoint i, i nicest young men in the county, ed general manager of the Louis- club to go to Klondyke mines. They also furnish Lime, Building F is teaching the Clear creek school C33 ville Dispatch the whitest aud only There is Sheridan, chief dispatch Stone, either rujarfy face or cut For Everything in true Democratic morning paper in er, Westerfield, Spink aud Mudd, a mile from here. Orders promptly filled. S. C. Franklin, of the Signai,. Louisville. The Dispatch knows why should we hav e Moore disClotli,ing, accompanied by his wife, was over good men and they now have a patchers? ' complete s from Mt. Vernon Sunday 4o atmen force of Conductor Hermans has been He will give you belter bargains than can be secured anywhere. tend the funeral. looking after its interests. DR. A. G. LOVELL absent for a few days on account R. G. Williams, our next coun of sickness in his familv at LexSurgeon, and Physician H ty judge, and C. C. Williams, of ington. To the Citizens of . the County were here Sunday last MT VERNOM. IY Woods & Lynn, the stock buy- Mt. Vernon, Ky. of Rockcastle: and attended the funeral of T. J. ers, are shipping cattle, hogs and Office North Mile Mnln direct From reliable and trustworthy sheep right along. They are the Coffee. persons I have learned that thcte people, It looks very much to us like our r was a neatly hatched scheme by the Tom Stewart has quit A. II. Pendleton is building an "ring" to launch a baseless charge the lumber business as we have against me a few days before the air ship which he claims will be not seen him away fron Wildie B. PENNY, ..DR. November election, thereby giving the best thing ever invented in since he married. lh.it line. me no time for explanation or Surgeo ul)c n tis t They, I am told, had arWe aie told that a young man of Prices Imvo been reduced. If in need of nny tiling- )f the STANFOnD. Ky ranged to spring the charge that I this place took laudanum Sunday kind o; on Patrons from a distance ivcn .1 libhad been indicted, some years ago, last on account of a girl. He took eral discount AJlwoik guaranteed. MRS. S. C. ERANKLIN. Manager, at Mt. Vernon, Ky. in the Jackson Circuit Court for too large a dose. He recovered. For Infants and Children. some offense; what crime they v We are again obliged to chron- fl tr- meant to mention I cannot state Is ' eeren icle a death. One which pains us as it is more than likeh that since 1StlS&S they have stooped so low they more than we can express by pen COlfnTCflLENOAn. might have mentioned any and all or speech. Miss Mollie Hale, one TO CUKK A CCI.I) IN ONU DAY. ' M ODUNTY COUKT-Fon- rtli MARBLE CUTTERS, DRODIIEAD, KY. the offenses mentioned in the of our best friends, died Sunday af- Take Laxative Broino Ouine Ta in each iimiitli ternoon of consumption. MonQUAUTKKIiY CO.UU.T-F- lrst All druggists refund money 'statutes. However, hi their Monuments, Tombstones, and work of all kinds in thai day In Jnmuiry, A'pfll. July n'nd if it fails to cure. For sale by M. work they J. E. Cox has been busy with C. & D. N. line dime mi snort not ice. at the lowest rates write for csti- CIRcUlTOOIIR'l-Seco- nd Monday Williams and Win themselves. It was such a good his broom for the last three weeks in February. Kuurtli Mimdny in Mny ... i Weber druggist. ni h mi seno a nian in you 10 mane istiniatcs ai:( givo in.vu and Third Monday in September scheme they told it to too many of sweeping trash from the biidges. r MT VKItNON l'UI.ICK COU11T prrce-- t their supposed friends; one of them Mr. Bola was to go over his division Third Monduy in cnoli inoilth. my guard aud at once on Tuesday. "Uncle Jim" is a H. 11. UAmi, balesu n. 'placed me on he good boy but he hangs around I reciuested certificates from 1 FRANCISCO, Prlpr. clerks of the County and Circuit Brodhead a great deal. r G, W. McCLURE, .uocaieu at uie ixnot Jr.vs, Courts of Tackson county which Some years ago our respected at- are printed herewith. When poliKy friend, A. II. Pendleton ran for ticians are obliged to stoop so low Mt. Vernon, Ky, Good Livery At ached. coroner. He was elected by 700 aud do such dirty work to defeat a Meet all Trains, Day and Night. majority'. When the time about All business entrusted to my man theie is certainly ''something expired for making bond he over- Traveling Men aud Railio d care will receive prompt attention. rotten in Denmark" and RockWHEN APPLIED TO men Solicited. fur- Office: VH looked the matter and was hauling Second floor of new brick castle also. I stand on my record nish lunches on all 'Irains. front the knobs. Another on Church street. and am not afraid for the world to wood appointed aud "H" man was investigate it. I am in this race chawed the hit. H. to win and win I will bj fair means not by falsification aud misrepreJohn Omdorf, aged 21, who has C C. Williams G. G, VIUhu fainter: Respectfully, sentation. been firing on the mine crew run, WILLIAMS.& WILLIAMS, and TAPER HANGJ Pronounced by Exports tho Standard of the World. 1. J. W. Bakr. south of Livingston, met with a Ask your doalor for WINCHESTER mnko of CSun or '' Mt. Jernon, tty . fatal nccident Sunday night in Attorneys-at-Law- , Ammunition and tako no other. ( State of Kentucky j FHEE:--Ou- r now Illustrated Ontnloue. passing Lily Station. He was jjest wovk County of Jackson U ss, mtvernoh.'ky ai rouj, mibk lUIMfllireTBIl DRDSTATItm AnMSIn M... Lln..n.. ft- . s2 UVHtVllbdlhn ntmr Sf SIMUi .IIJV SJtt I.V.tf .. Vlt leaning out of the cab window and .ill OIIlco on 2ud floor iu new brick on Consult 1110 IdlK'Sti I, John Farmer, clerk of the when the train passed the water prices. Special attention Church sticct. i..J 19 I'i xB2mmX!Z3XUai&i2&irM&JXatiiiKjft C'IC given to. collections TttfCN County Court of the county afore- - tank his head struck an obstruct- - mates on 'Work. said do hereby certify that I was elected County and Circuit Clerk in :S74 and have served as County Clerk ever since and served as Friday, July 30, 1S97 Circuit Clerk up till May 18S7. I have been, well acquainted with Published every Friday by, J. W. Baker. While he was a citi JAMES MARRT. zen ot Jackson county he was elect $1.00 ed Jailor 111 1878 and served out siTESuui'n.o:OiNii yjjau his term ol office and made a good and efficient jailer, and there never '.Advertising rales made known on was an indictment against liim for apfiliiation , , any cause while I was Circuit Court Clerk, nor ? ince, that I have any knowledge ol, and while he. S. ANNO UNCJuUl-N'was a citizen of this comity, was regarded as a quiet and peaceable . We arc authorized to announce citizen. Given under my hand JOHN V. BAKER and seal oi office j skai, As an Independent Rcpubliran this July 24, 1897. l candidate For Sheriff of Rockcastle John Farjiuu, Cl'k J. C.C. county to be Voted for at November ) State of Kentucky election, 1897. j" Mi. Vernon Signal I - ion, supposed to haw been the water pipe, causing concussion of the brain. He fell the arms of a biakcnian who was Siting by his side. A snecial tram brought him to his home, this place, where he died in a short lime after his arrival. Young Orndorff was an exemplary young' man and had only been firing six months, a position hehadgaiu'cd by hard work and strict attention to business, His burial took place at four o'clock Monday afternoon, when a large concourse of friends, including the best citizens of Stanford, Rowland, an 1 railroad employes, were pres ent to show theiv appreciation of a true and noble boy taken from this world of strife aud trouble so THG'S i'. Blacksmith, A ' TAY LGR THE ' NEW ' MYERS HOUSE. Pnor-'u.- , AL; G. HUFFMAN, Stanford, Ky. ,j HORSE'SHOEING NEW ,MANAGKMENT J .SPECIALTY. LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY, WATER IN HOUSE, READING SBiNIS'WlvY BURNISHED. My nev shop is on Taylor A ,'enu near the Baptist church. EST I expect Cash for Cash horyo tS,FINE ROOM. Special Attention Given to Commercial Men WINKS, LIQUORS, BEERS AND CIGAKSjg 93261110 shoeing. : WILLIS GRIFFIN, UNDERTAKER wi'E. FJLOO ;A.-ff.smE- 1 MlING - dfe MMMi, j $PK (STANFORD, Kentucky. nwwr n'wa. inSv SCN1G. EOT. I--T. 1 hurriedly. WmmmlmmK ay&&mmmk ceiling sT&s Farm FINIS xFir5E GOFJNS IHence. li s mm HELLO!! Carriages, Wagons, Hay & Seeds. FARMIN IGMPLE Patronage of Rockcastle Solicited. Lightness Strength KINDS THE EXCHANGE. -- o STA FOR J. C. McClary, UNDERTAKER. : ; Mt. Vernong ggJgCollegiate-- nstitute September I 1 v Ts - heltou.-.is-Wi-unig-Louisville ML "Special Normal B 1 Worlc 5 COMPANY f aa r.RIWYil!rP wmm : mm&o tobu isr NZIE first-clas- Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes GENERAL 'MERCHAND5SE. W W. Stanford, WITH s big-heart- , e, Carpels, Furniture Wail Paper, Caskets and Coffins. Straw Matting all price s I c Bl?,8fed Collyer . & 1 " fi S r. over-reache- I 1 . 27-6- i . . . Hotel Frith. 1 . BrodheadL Attorney Law, g f B SPMFT- -- f 1 17,1 . E fs- - 1 Y fr 4.'-- ' .4 PIWWPIMPWWICTWHIUHFjAiH , W lax-JI- rittetujiWMWWgmBiwwMiBwanMa U iii". iMt. Vernon Signal Mfr. s. w. Davis can suit you dies. S. V. D'avifi can in bri- - Blankets, whips, spurs, etc. S. W ' Davis. CLIMAX., j flft fK M JK -1 ES5v BjXiJZJ gK rm E EHTEJ CZCT COgWin P3E?JJ . class pair of boots or shoes. him. t'fSiu Hit Sit. Vernon, Ity., I'mt pRioi! n stc and see nt ilUr. mall Messrs. A. N. Uentley, Henr Rice. Ernest Eishhack, Geo. K& N. LOCA.L TIMK CARD. McCarthy, Kugineers Carter and Da1) MiU'North 11:39 a m Pierce, Conductor Tommy Adams 'a' Ml South 3.iy 2:22 p in and others from. Livingston at- SrigW Ex. North 2:121 in ' tended the buiCil of John Orndorff 7igln-Ex- . 1:09 am South al Stanford Monday. onu-cl- a Vkknok, Kv., IO1.V50, 189; nuk'e'you a first Jonas McKenenzie is agent, fot Call the Champion mowing machine Birdsell and bauds. wagons now on The oat crop was light here this-year- . jutett Judge McClure will make a big fight here. Gus Stewart must other snake story. give us an- WiU n fu j" vi a 8 n. vk .yx Sh .HteTlUJ'K NV3 'J. A. Landkum, Agent. i fc V, I Wtkg MS, ' k $bt General nianagci, R. M Jackson t us a ticket to the London Vl risii in HnMs services 1st & 3rl Hiimlny fair which takes place on Aug. 25, ,r I'oiror it !! in.r.ilJ ntCtfOp. 26 and 27th. Loudon awalys has WasliY . good fairs and the preparations 'Prcsliytcri:n Holds hcrvlocs imi tin Ith being made for their 1807 exhibi- have a money value and we can ""Juntlay l on the HI Stiiujny nt l.tv tion will eclipse their past efforts. assure you we expect and will ex4igitnn. act pay for their use when used The man who will drop behind lor purposes outside, of legitimate fcR.iplkt I'lmrch Sei vices on tliu ami Smiiltiy. Hnmluy three years with lite pane:. inafKsit news. 'AUilr.ltiy ii'kU We claim to be as liberal n Scliboltit cciy Sumlny. ,1'inyor 'refused"aud then conic 'to the as anybody but cannot afford to lectins tm Tupsiliiy hIkIiIr. Rev. .1 0 editoi 'shack door to'borrow his ice give outpace for nothing. pastor. cream freezer is a goner, and the universal plan to redemption must The Columbds Texas Citizen MASONIC. Aslilnmt Lodge $0. CIO meets eery be ripped, split, sprung and torn to publishes an old war letter written Saturday nt 1 i.in. " fit his case. Ex. by II. D. Donald just aflerthe battle of Val Verde, iu the' Rio Grande John Craig, of Quail, cal'crt on valley on Feb. 27, 4862, in whic.li OTHERWISE. 4,0CAL us Tues'lay and said he was satis- battle some five hundred men met fied with his picture but that of his death. One item 11; the letter is of Saddles, all prices by S. W. Davis wife we printed with bis in last is- particular, interest to Rockcastle sue was not-a- t all good. It will be people. Mr. Donald meutions llrod-- remetnberd we used this cut and Rider Eorrcr preached at among the killed; "Jo. E. Smith called on our patrons to pay up. was first shot i the thigh, but still head, Sund.iy last. John paid but requests a better fought on, till a second ball struck Remember the Urodhead fair picture next time. hin'i in the forehead killing him in'Aug. 18, 19 and 20th. t He fell only a IT vas with much pleasure that stantly. Mrs Georgic Rice is leaching the Smith was from me" we read the announcement of the llhic spring school. Paulina and Thos. dismissal of the libel suit in BeU a son of x. Mis. Mollie Golden, of Louis, county and of this Circuit Court which was brought Smith ville is visiting her father. by a Mr Ball sometime ago against brother of Mrs.;t G. W. McClure of has erected a fine the Interior Journal. There was Mt. Vernon. He joined a com'K. A. Herri Veranda for Reuben Mullins. nothing in the whole matter against pany at Columbus Texas. In concluding his letter Mr. Donald says: Let S. W. Davis make you a good Mr. Walton who only copied an article from one of the daily papers "Tell the ladies of Columbus that Saddle, bridle or set of harness. in reference to some of Mr. Ball's the flag they gave us was the first . Our friend W. T Taylor, of Bee southern banner that waved over business transactions. ' Lick remembered us this week. the enemy's batteries in the great Judge Alcorn' tells us that in battle'of Val Verde; that only two The W. C T. U. meets with Miss looking up some Md titles he found Lena Ne.vcoinbon next Saturday. in the recordsofVUncoln county bullets pierced it, and its bearc, (Jeorge Baker was in from Scaf- that in 1792 one EufcUsh and others George H. Little, was tinhiilrt; and fold Caue Tuesday andWednesda. laul out a town at Uieiwouth of that all Columbus boys faced the music with nerve to strike terror to The Aid Society will meet with Copper creek at tlie head of Dicks the foe, aujLniad'e th river, on as large a scale as Mrs..Sallie Williams next the name of God aiul named it Garden City. "J "'" "" "7, made of, since cannon and grape Inquiry in that neighborhood ' R. II. llainin is hustling over shot do not stop you!" failed to discover any one among the road advertising the BrodJiead the oldest inhabitants who had any fair. recollection of there ever having CKDARVILLE. He can suit you in goods and been such a town, piojecled or Call on S. W. Davis and see! otherwise,. prices. them. We arc still waiting for' the B. C. Richardson was with us Davis & Son have moved into Monday looking after arrangements General. their new store on Brooks street for a big picnic they are going to Our people take gieat interest in near Christiau church. have on Saturday Aug 7th. They reading your 'paper. Jack Ping is teaching the Hope- propose having one of the best A nice time was had at the Blue well school and Sim Davis is teachyet given in Conway a place that is known to always do Spring box supper. ing in the district adjoining. Stave hau'iug. has began from Kiuepers biiek kiln was fired, things up in good shape. Plenty the Wiedertiold mill. last Saturday. lie will soon have of good water and refreshments atid amusements. Good inubic There is quite a number of young a supply of good brick ior sale. two good dance halls. Dont fail to men near Cedarville who desire em' G. S. l'atterson was up from attendi Take your basket or go ployment. Lebanon Juncton Sunday looking without it; there will be plenty in The Sunday school at Buffalo is after his commissary at the crusher. the refreshments booths. progressing nicely. Has just Dr. G. B. Lawrence has changed a new lot of books and R. R. Scott of the Calera, (.Ala..) his location from Savanna to South supplies. Lime Co., will airivc here today McAlistei, I. T., the capital of the with a view to close a trade with nation. Fritz Krueger, to establish exten ORLANDO. R. L. Brown orderd his paper sive lime works. is very probCKonciiES. has-scnnr.-lt- uv. The Signal wants all thecounlj news of general interest, and will have it for the benefit of its readers, but we are obliged to decline columns of matter almost wefckly from people who wiile on subjects looking to their individual or their friends interests without offcrcing the editor any compensation to pay expense of printers, blank paper, ink, express &c, and its columns :I'.B ASSERTING IN THE COURTS CUll RtGIIT TO Till': EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORJA," AND " PITCHHJB'S CASTORJA," AS OUR TRADIi MARK. Miss Ella Phillips, of Goochland, was here last Friday. James Sexton killed a large rat- tle snake near Climax a few days since. Mis. Sallie Clark is visiting the family of L. C. King, near Mt, Vernon. Dick Williams will get some publican votes in ' this district and not a few Democrats. J. V. Baker z gaining votes in this nart of the count v and we be lieve it will hustle Catron to get there. Re- licii-.'nm- l J, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same on every that has borne and does, now ,,-bear the facsimile signature of C ex wrapper. rs, This is the original " PITCH EffS CASTOR! A," which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is on the the hind you have always bought ,?f wrapand has the signature of per. No one has authority from me to use my name except 'The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is President. ; Q& .& March 8, 1897. ? f CdapcZ, H 111 j Acn Bo Hot Be Deceived, l. Sec-'oi- WABD. ,Melvin Wallin' visited at W. II. Cutninius on Sunday last. I Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the ingredients of which even he does not know. "The Kind Ton Have Always Bought" BEARS THE FAC-SIMIL- E .. ,. ,W. J SIGNATURE OF rSSZZZSZKZZS. H. and Win. Cummins visited friends at Livingston last week. c. r j ,5223322523 1 J. B. Livesay, W. T. Cress and J. A. Oliver were ct Stanford last week. James Payne, and Misses Sallie and Cairie Searcy are visiting relatives in Casey county. On last Sunday morning a large bear was seen by Leroy Graves near the home of Thomas Livesay. Born: To the wife of Robert Norton a fine boy. Bob is all smiles and says it's another Democrat. Williams preached an interesting sermon last Sunday to a large and appreciative audience, at Freedom church. Rev". on tv iiavmg 77 MUnnAV KTflttT, NCW VOnH CI7V. .The Kind That Never Failed You. 1HC CCNTAUn COVPANV, few-fee- "-- Joe 11 4.0 Minutes Between Trains,, SAVE MONEY ON PURCHASES PROCEEDINGS OfjUie Rockcastle Severance .Offer-many & F& on, Clothing. ShOes, STAMFORD, KY., Teach-TO?si " Tburs-day.-'iS- iJ vMid-dlesbor- o County Institute convened on July 19 and continued until July 24. Prof. W. E. Grinstcad, of Dan- advantages to purchasers of Dry Goods, Hats, Carpets, &c. v.. N ville, was conductor, and one who Polite Attention. It will pay you to see them. the teachers were very proud of. prac. His work was so thoroughly ticable and every word so near the point that there was no one who was not very greatly improved who Every attended the exercises. DKAI.UU IN subject of the common school work THE;i:;joJt:i-:-was taken up and discussed in all WAISKIES' ".WINKS, &o., &c, its phases. KY. The following resolutions were and :( up. Fine at $2 passed: That, we, the memRiiSOi.vr.D, Large Stock, Low Prices. FERRILL TOM Subscribe Now! S: ROWLAND, :;:-- rc-civ- bers of the Rockcastle County Teachers' Institute do heartily indorse the work given us by Prof. Grinstcad, and we regard his theories practicable; and further we, as teachers, will, and do ask of our next Superintendent, who ever he may be, to employ Prof. Grin stcad as our Instructor for 1898. iv Louisville & Nashville. TIIIJ GKKAT THROUGH WEEKLY LOUISVILLE DISPATCH DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. A STRAIGHT ' Rusowkd, That, approve we heartily Correct Market Reports. Correct Court Reports, Reliable News Reports,' , It We presume able the enterprise will be establishsent to Cedarville. he will teach the Buffalo school ed. They propose to run several this yeai. car leads per day when the works Some parties shot out some are well under way. Their trade window lights of the public school will be principally in the state of house here about midnight Satur- South Corolina. Mr Scott who was here two months since is well day night. pleased with this locality ior start? John Trfylor the Level Green iug such an enterprise and says be blacksmith traded a horse for an can dispose of all the lime that cau old gun a jsow and two chickens be'made here. and five hounds. When on n visit to Murray's Dr. W. A, Brown, of Parksville, crusher a lew days since we found was' up Monday to sec his niece, everything moving right along.John Miss Bessie McClure who has been Murray, superintendent Martin very low with fever. Iloaglaud, pit boss; George Tinnell, Joplin gave a party engineer; J. D. Uurgin, hreinauand Miss Ella last Thursday cveiiinc in honor of telegraph operator; John King, ear her guest, Miss "Mamie Ballard, and loader; Val Freeman, Wash Upinett and others conductors on the dum'teachers attending the Institute. my line which is run by hay burnThe third Demore.st medal con- ing engines. Mr. Anderson has test iu the series of six for Rock- Mar- - charge of the commissary. "Uurle . castle county will be held at Tommy" is bach with them again. ctsburg on the evening of August The force are 'batching" it and 4th. whata time they do have is a cauSheriff Mullins, who takes a big tion to sinners. Ballast is being interest in the works, tells us that run out at a good rate and the conthe oil people had reached the tractors will likley make some depth of 1,050 feet Monday last and were well satisfied with tfie pro- money out of their work. They spects for reaching oil. destrvc it surely. . the Hilcs compulsory Honest Editorial Policy school law and rsk that it be L. T. Stewart was here Tuesday strengthened and more strictly enTHE WEEKLY LOUISVILLE on business. forced. TO Till'.- DISPATCH AND THIS .SGW A. J. Baker's little son, Robert, That, as our pres-on- t Rksoi.viu), One year for $1.65. is very sick. Kunerintcndcnt's term of of-Robert Evans is visiting his fice will soon terminate, we, the ' mother at Hazle Patch. teachers of this county, and mem For l:ic; Coinage of Silver WITH hers of this Institute, hereby ex Platform, For Cliic.-igAnderson Robinson and wife' of tend to him our sincere thanks as Pulman Moore's Creek, are visiting friends SleeprcQ For Democratic Xominrcs, Palace a token of appreciation tor the efhere. For Interest of Masses, ficient and impartial maimer iu Henry Milrrel, oi Clay county, which he has discharged his offivisited the family of J. Iy. Ball last cial duty. week. All Latest Telegraph News, Ritsoi.viU), That, whereas dinAll Latest Stale News.. There is sonic talk of our stone ing the past year our number has quarry resumiug work in a few been lessened by the deatli of our Al! Latest Market Reports, days, ofits brightest members, Mrs. T J. J. II. Reams the teller of our Cress, who was relieved from hei mfyaa. mjrtfc.3,T. 1VMmLMSLiMnrJMWFnam?n bank tells us the sand business is long suffering on the 18th day of millinery June 1897,' and that we tender the on J. W. LAWRENCE, bereaved husband our sincerest Rev. Williams is gone to Laurel In his great bereavement county 'to conduct a' protracted sv'ilpatliy and cven.tiy, to remember and patmeeting at Long Branch church. tern after her many virtues. J. M. McNew, photographer, is Rhsoi.vku, That, in J.the death making some very fine, pictures of of James Hamilton our ranks lost late. . Some of them are just out 'o a bright member, a true student, sight. and one loved and respected by - - KENTUCKY. MT. VHUNON, The oil well near Mullins is all; and we hereby remember with To our ne iv cottage adjoining the 1,200 feel dqep and they are nov sonow his'carly deatli and tender Ptcsbyterian churclf. Call,! and Special attention giveu to the ' ; drilling through a solid lime stone the. mourning lamily our heartfelt ec us. EYE. Office ou Main street nea.t MRS-'S- . rock. C. PRAXKUN & CO. sympathy. TRUNK 1 LINE -- South and West MOIIEDo We have moved -- the-boom- . our stock of and furni- Physician ture and Surgeon, , I?ost-of"r- e. iX "W Jinn's Tiro Del TrlenflB. ore Man's two beat friends to setsaid to be a good dog, and a dog. It Is easy i HAD VOTES TO SPARE. GonCbronoo Roport on tho Tariff Bill Pqbbob the Houso. Cut hard to get a good gun. ll.c guns mado By tho Winchester llcpcating Anna Co., New Haven, Ct., aro not only always good, but they are acknowledged the best made in liaa the world For years tho Winchester any been the standard of the world, and to one wno nas stuuicu Ui "-' iiumiai,u iioints 01 superiority i i i rcnciuinir i.n.ioranil. Tim WlnniiAetarinllca . nm i I. uj n ana snoi guns muue I... Il. c in demand all ovor tho world. Although comparatively little, they are betthey cost ter than the highest priced hand made guns in every way. Winchester ammunition is of tho same high grade ns Winchester guns and can always be relied upon, bend for a largo illustrated catalogue free. ',' Adopted !r n Vote of IBS to 11B The Aot Expected to Yield n Ilcvciino of $223,000,000 ClinntfCB In. the Sahednlca. Washington, July 20. Tho conference report on tho tariff bill was adopted by tho houso shortly after midnight by a vote of 185 to 118 and at noon today tho report will go to tho senate for action there. This eclipses alt previous records. The result was accomplished after 13 hours of continuous debate. But two speeches were made by tho republicans, one by Mr. DIngley In opening the debate and one by Mr. Payne, of New York, In closing It. The democrats were thus forced to put forth speaker of the republican position was unanswered. Every republican in tho houso who wns present voted for the report. Tho democrats, with five exceptions, voted against tho report. The exceptions were Slayden (Tex.), Broussard (La.), Meyer (La.), Davcy (La.), Kleberg (Tex.) The populists nnd sllveritcs did not vote Bolldly. Mr. Shafroth (Col.) and Mr. Newlands (Nev.).silverltes, from voting. Mr. Hartman (sllvcrlte, Mont.) did not vote. Tho populists who voted against tho report were as follows: Baker, Barlow, Bot-klFowler, Jett, Lewis, Marshall, Martin, Peters, Simpson, Strowd nnd Vincent. Four did not vote: Howard, Kelly, Stark and Southcrland. The other populists were absent. An analysis of the vote shows that 180 republicans and five democrats voted for the report nnd 100 democrats and 12 populists against It. Expected to Itnlae $225,000,000. As to tho question of revenue to be raised by tho bill, Mr. DIngley, in his speech, pointed out the difllculty resulting from tho large anticipatory Importations. The 'bill next year, he calculated, would ralso $235,000,000, more than the present law. Over $10,000,000 had been lost in this year's revenues by the importations of wool and sugnr nnd other things, the duty on which was raised in the bill, so that ho calculated that the bill this year would n, $75,-000,0- -.- ","";:.v" The Trlnla of Gcntna. Friend Why, what nrc you in such a fusi about? Anything happened? Artist Oh, botheration, yes! Everything! I was juBt getting some of my latest pictures ready for framing, and that them up I'll never in tho wide world be ablo to tell the top from the bottom again. N. Y. Truth. . Excursion to Nlntrnrn Fnlls. On Thursday, August 12th. the Cleveland, Akron & Columbus ll'y will run an excursion from Columbus, Zancsville and intermediate stations to Niagara Falls via Cleveland and the steamer "City of Uuffalo,' of tho Cleveland and Uuffalo Transit Co. Tho round trip rato to Niagara Falls will bo rates from intermediate stations. Train will leave Columbus 11:30 a. m. and Zanc-ill12:00 noon of that day, making fast Tickets good returning live days time. from date of sale. For special information as to trips beyond Niagara Falls and all details sec special excursion bills or apply to any agent of this Company, or C. DALY, General Passenger Agent. -- housekeeper of mine has so mixed after speaker, but their bombardment 6.00 from Columbus nnd Zancsvillc, $5.00 from Mt. Vernon, ?4.00 from Millcrsburg, $3.00 from Akron, and proportionately low o i. In the Divorce Conrt. Lawyer "The senate amendment T70) on pocket-knivewhich Is substantially the same as tho paragraph passed by the house, Is agreed to,' and compromise rates adopted on gunrj. "The house agrees to senato amendment 316, Increasing the duty on lead ore to 1 cents, and the duty on pig lead (321) is placed at 2 cents, "Nickel ore and nickel matto are left on tho free list, as provided by the house. "Wood and Manufactures of Wood-- All sawed lumber, except sawed timber exceeding eight Inchoa square, Is left at the rate of two dollars per thousand, as provided by the house. Planod lumber is also placed at the houso rates. "Tobocco and Manufactures Of The duty on wrapped tobacco is placed at $1.65 per pound, a compromise between the houso rate ot two dollars and the senate rate of $1.75, and the senate reduction on filler tobacco accepted. "The several amendments on lead paints adjust the rates to the Increased duty on lead. The other amendments In the chemical schedule concur with the senate In slight reductions of rates on many chemicals and other articles. Including linseed, olive oil and coal-ta- r dyes, and an Increase of the rates on camphor and ground drugs. "Earths, Earthenware and Glassware Crockery ware IS restored to the duties provided by tho bill as It passed the house, which aro substantially tho duties of the act of 1SW. "Glassware Is left In the main at the rates provided by the house bill, thereduo tlons being In paragraphs relating to bottles, molded and pressed glassware and cylinder and crown glass. "Agricultural Products A compromise between tho house and tho senate rates on cattle (371) Is agreed to. "In general the duties proposed on agricultural products are the same as those In the act of 18S0. "Oranges and lemons are raised from the house rate of three-fourtof one cent per pound to tho senate rate of one cent. "Fish ere placed at rates a little higher than those which were provided by the aot of 1830, and a llttlo lower than tho house rates. "Spirits, Wines, Etc The senate rates on spirits, wines, etc., aro adopted In the s, Tjieiie aro now only 30 miles of toll paying roads in Fayotto county. Constable James Lykf.xb, of Waco, has a brother In tho Klondyko gold fields. B. A O. Fast Frelsbt Sohedule. The Baltimore & Ohio, In connection with Continental Lino and Central States Stuaut K. Youko, tho democratic )ispatch fast freight lines, has Inaugurated nominee for city troasuror, of Louis- another fast freight schedule to, the west, ville, was nttacked by uhknown men to bo known as Train 05. It will be made up at Baltimore, and is put on especially to and beaten insensible. Import business by way, of Jamks 0. Miller, ot Vsncoburg, nged accommodate and at tho samo time gives Locust Point, 72 yoars, who was rocontly married to to Eastern manufacturers and wholesale Amelia Forguson, aged 10, is fatnlly dealers a rapid scrvlco to the west. The ilL Ho has wilted all his property to running time of the train is so arranged that it will make 50 hours to Chicago, 30 to Cinhis child wife cinnati, SO to Cleveland, 81 to Columbus, 118 IlAimr C. Thuman, assistant cashier to Dallas, Tex., 50 to Detroit, 08 to Duluth, of tho American national bank, Louis- Minn., 37 to Indianapolis, 78 to Kansas City,' 50 to Louisville, 74 to Milville, has become- mentally prostrated 75 to Memphis, Minneapolis. waukee, 01 to Peoria, and is now In a private sanitarium in 111., 20 to83 to Pittsburgh, 50 to St. Louis, 81 to Cincinnati St. Paul, 39 to Sandusky, 231 to San FranThomas Tuohntow, of Midway, was cisco, 41 to Toledo, and correspondingly drowned In tho Kentucky river a few julck time to other western and southern milos abovo Frankfort, tho othor af- points. Freight Department expects to make The ternoon whllo fishing. He was with a 95 as popular and reliable a train as 07, which party and foil betwocn tho logs of a makes the run from New York to Chicago and St. Louis in CO hours. rait mm im ArronrtKYB for tho life insuranco Bather Discouraging. Mr. Slim (hunting companies sued by tho heirs of for a new boarding-house- ) "Is the lady ot Dick Tato intlmato that tho house in?" Servant "No; she's gonefor they will spring a sensation when tho a policeman." "What nro tho terms for caso comes to trial. Tho inferunco is board here?" "Cash." "I mean how much "Ten an' a week, that they bclioyo thoy havo evidence a week?" "I prcsumofifteen makes a'cordin' to room." reduction she that Tato is still allvo in Jnpan, and for people who stay a month or two?" "I aro still in that his relatives don't know. No one ever stays that long." --N. Y. Weekly. with him. KENTDCKYSTATE JYEWS, corro-spondon- Sioux Falls, S. D., July 13. Speclal.-"T- ho people of South Dakota have, in ths last four years, paid off $50,000,000 of theii debts," said ono of tho best known loan agents of tho State, "and they aro nov paying off nto very rapid rate. As things ore nowgoitigtho people of tho State, and cspc-;iilm fnrmnrs. will soon be well out of debt. Tho large crops of the last few years, coupled with the closo times, havo had the tho people an appetlto for ffirf. nt irAttlnr, nut. w. rlnht. andl ilortunatciy uu umu nf a;......-- -r given tnem vne auniiy io uu u. Another agent who represents a loan company which has several million dollars loaned on farm property In South Dakota, adds his testimony, but tho agent complains ol that he cannot find takers for tho amount ho would like to loan. "Our company has 1,600 loans in this State on farm lands' said the agent above referred to, "and wo have not had over fifty foreclosures In seven years. The company does not own a foot of land in the State and never lost a cent on a loan." (Chicago Tribune. July 14, 1807.) That portion of South Dakota which "if traversed by the lines of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway is tho finest agricultural and stock growing section of ths western country. For "Letters from Farm, ers," printed in pamphlet form, finely illustrated, and descriptions of farm lands, address Geo. ,11. Heafford. General Passenger Agent, Old Colony Building, Chicago, III, Now is the time to look for homes in Soutb Dakota,-wherland is cheap and good. u one-thir- d e Soutb Dakota Paya tilt Its Debts. and sue said: trouble? Witness Yes, sir; I saw tho very commencement. It was about two years ago. "What do you mean?" "Why, when the minister said 'Will you take this man to be your lawful husband" . 'I will.' " Shake Into Yonr Shoes Upto-Date- Did you see the beginning of this n powder for the feet. Allen's Foot-EasIt cures painful, swollen, smarting feet and sting out of corns and instantly takes tho bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery makes tight or of the age. Allen's Foot-Eas- e new hoes feel easy. It is a certain cure for sweating, callous, hot, tired, aching feet. Try it today. Sold by all druggists and shoo stores, 25c. Trial package ULEh. Write to Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. main. "Cotton and Cotton Goods The duty of 20 per cent, on Imported cotton, as proposed by the senate, Is not agreed to, for the reason that tho only cotton Imported is Egyptian cotton, which is a quality between our uplands and sea Island, and not produced here. The cotton schedule, as a whole, remains substantially the same ns In the bill as It passed the house. The changes are mainly In the high grades of cotton underwear, with some modification! of hosiery. " Flax, Hemp and Jute, and ManufacturesThe senate changes In flax and hemp are adopted. Compromise rates on manufactures of Jute, flax, etc., are agreed to, the object being to develop tho Industry In The barbers of Lltchfiold aro competing, and a man can got a hair cut and shavo for nothing. At Paducah, Wharfmastcr Turner found a dynamtto bomb. Ho didn't fool with it, but heaved it Into tho rivor. Ai.onzo Vaughn has been appointed keeper ot tho shelter for friendless animals, Loxington, in placo of Mrs. Uraco Davide, discharged for dumping elond dogs In front of tho police staLexington authorities rcquostlng that tfioy arrest J. C Collins, who tried to pass a forged check, saying that ho is also wanted on tho samo charge in Michigan. , tion. Ax Illinois firm has wrltton to tho Now comes that trying time of year Whose woes each benedict can tell, When madam sheds the scalding tear Becauso her jelly failed to jell. Chicago Bccord. Thnnilcr-Llk- c A man likes to rake up a lot of rubbish and the rafters. make a bonfiro as well as a woman likes to "Because whenever you talked or san8 your voice would sour all the milk in my clean house. Washington Democrat. ccllar."-Judge. really couldn't afford to let you board with me this summer," said on old farmer to a city man with n very deep bass voice. "Why not?" roared tho in tones that rattled the dried squashes in Tones. "I basso-profund- a THE MARKET8. LIVE BTOCIC-Cat- tle, Saleot butchers Cincinnati, July common! 2 25 0 0J to 8 10 Si S 55 to 3 10 CALVES Fair to good HOGS Common Mixed packers light.. 385 ftj Light shippers... SHEKI'Cholce LAMUS'-Sprln- g KLOUH-Wln- tcr fnmlly OKAlN--Wheat--N- o. Clever Iloy. "How In tho world did you pet Old Curmudgeon's consent to wed nil daughter?" I told all "Finesse, mo boy, finesse. bans around that he caught 17 on that last fishing expedition ot his." Detroit Free Press. four-poun- "The senate amendments to place burlaps, bags, cotton bagging and straw mattings on tho free list are disagreed to, and these manufactures placed tin the dutiable list at reduced rates." "Wools and Woolens The house rates on wool of 11 cents on class one and 12 cents on class two aro adopted, and the senate specific rates on carpet wools agreed to with a modification raising the dividing lino so as to place a duty of four cents per pound on such wools valued at 12 cents and less, and seven cents on such wools valued at more than 12 cents. The duties on manufactures of wool are placed at substantially the same rates as in the act of 1S90. "Silks The duties on silks remain at substantially the samo rates as provided by the house. "Paper and Pulp The duties on wood pulp for paper and on paper are converted Into specific form at substantially tho present ad valorem rate, with a proviso added for an additional duty as against any country that Imposes an export duty on pulp or goods. Ths duties on manufactures of paper are substantially as they passed the house. "Sundries This schedule remalnssub stantldiry as-l- t passed the house. s "Coal, howovor. Is reduced to 67 cents per ton, and coal slack or culm to 1C cents per ton, as proposed by senato amendment "A duty of 15 per cent. Is placed on hides of cattle, which were placed on the free list by the house. The senate amendment (COS) proposed a duty of 20 per cent., but this per cent. A proviso has been reduced is added for a full drawback of tho duty paid on hides subsequently exported as to-1- this country. Wools nnd Woolens. I'ost offiok. has been established at Stringer's Mill. EnoKWATEitdlstlllory has shut doivn until tho winter season. The tanbark business continues at Barboursvlllo on a largo scale. , At llnz.il Green .Tnmcs Wilson's two children were struck by lightning nnd A lOTATOES-Ne- w to choice It I'ltOVISIONS Mess pork.... Prime steam Lrd lce nUTTEK-Chodairy Prlmo to choice creamer;.. Ari'LES-P- cr 2 bbl me CornNo. mixed Otts-N- o. Hye Na 2 IIAY-Prl2 2 No. 3 red 2 red.. , 3 50 4 50 3 00 O tS 55 3 85 73 Ct 4 (13 w to 27. 3 00 4 z5 8.2S 3 65 3 73 3 01 73 71 28 20K 35 50 00 6 Oil9 to 0) tt 4 00 8 Per bbl.... 00 2 15 4 2 25 2 2J IStf A dormant liver, or you will suffer all tho tortures incident to a prolonged bilious attack. Constipation, headaches, dyspepsia, furred tongue, sour breath, pain in tho right side, will admonish you of neglect. Discipline the recalcitrant organ at once with Hostetter's Stomach Hitters, nnd expect prompt relief. Malaria, rheumatism, Kidney complaint, nervousness and debility aro thoroughly removed by the Hitters. Arouse to Action "Is it a fact that Miss Frost has a cool million in her own name?" "I wouldn't be surprised if she had. Her Cleveland Leader. Strontr Prolinlilllty of It. father was in the ice business, you know." We think Piso's Cure for Consumption is tho only medicine for Coughs. Jennie Pinckard, Springfield, 111., Oct. 1, 1894. It is difficult to disappoint a man that has no ambition. Ham's Horn. Hull's Cntarrh Cnre Is a Constitutional Cure. Price 75c. You may lose your temper, but others will find it. Ham's Horn. All Worn Out worn out, tired feeling- and could not do much on his farm. Uo heard and read so much about Hood's Barsapnrllla that ho concluded to try It and it helped him and now ho is ablo to carry on his work." Mrs. L. h. Olson, Novlnvillo, Iowa. Able to Work Slnoo Taking Hood's. "My husband was afflicted with a HOOU S POPULAR CHEAP Mnln I'olnta In the Ileport. Washington, July 20. The tariff bill was pushed through tho 'conference stage Monday after two hours' discussion before the full conference committee democrats nnd republicans held in the senate finance committee room Monday morning. At the outset the democratic conferees naked until Tuesday morning to go over the report, saying this course was preferable to going over It with the republicans. To test this question, Senator Vest (dem., Mo.) moved an adjournment until today, which was defeated by a strict party vote. The democratic conferees then offered amendments to the report, but were met with the statement that it would merely consumTTtlme to urge amendments, as they would be Representative Wheeler rejected. luem., Ain.; ouereu amendments placing cotton bagging and cotton ties on the free list; also a substitute proposition for rebates on these articles. These were withand other amendments drawn, however, as there wns no prospect of favorable action on them. Shortly before noon Mr. DIngley moved that the report be submitted to the two houses. This prevailed by a pnrty vote, and themeetlngadjourned. There was little clash during the discussion, and the democratic members of the conference contented themselves with a protest against the report and the manner of agreeing to it. The new tariff bill Is to become operative immediately It 1b signed by the president. The Sonar Paragraph. The paragraph In relation to sugar In full follows: "Sugars not above No. 16 Dutch standard In color tank bottoms, sirups of cane juice, melada, concentrated meiada, concrete and concentrated molasses testing by the polarlscope not above 76 degrees per pound and ninety-fiv- e for every additional degree shown by the ono thoutest thlrty-flv- e polarlacoplo sandths of one cent per pound additional and fractions of a degree In proportion: and on sugar above No. 18 Dutch standard In color and on all sugar which has gone through a process of refining one cent hundredths of one cent per and nlnety-flv- e pound; molasses testing above 40 degrees net above C6 degrees, three cents per and gallon; testing 58 degrees and above, six raise $185,000,000. killed. Kusskll, of Marshall, Mo., has been olected president of Auburn O. O. sent-Innr- NEW YORK. FLOUIt Winter patent. GItAIN Wheat.Sa I north'n. No. 2 red COKN-- Na 2 mixed OATS Mixed PORIC New mess LARU Western CHICAGO. 80 80 to to 4 05 81 80N 31 cent Boute. Tickets are on sale daily until further notice to Chattanooga at ffl.75 one way or $7.20 round trip from Cincinnati, tho round trip tickets being good seven days to return: other tickets, with longer return limit, at ?9.90 and at $1350 for the round trip. These rates enable the public to visit Nashville nnd other Southern points nt rates never before offered. Vcstibuled trains or the finest class arc at tho disposal of tho passenger, affording a most pleasant trip, and enabling ono to visit the very inters esting scenery nnd important in and about Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain and Chickamauga National Military Park. Tickets to Nashville to visit tho battle-ground- ' 'Queen & Crescent. During tho Tennessee Centennial and International Exposition nt Nashville, Tcnn., u low rate special tariff has been established for the sale of tickets from Cincinnati ond other terminal points on the Queen & Cres- 8 00 2.' 9 50 4 70 4 fi y. CifAni.r.s ducah, havo soparatod becauso Mrs. Prucfs traded olt a sot of furnlturo for " a bicycle. Col. It a MonaAN, a brother of tho fnmous raider, and Allco Mnhlon Bright wore married at Loxington. A stovKMi'.NT is on foot to erect a telephone lino between Mt, Sterling ami 1 Piiuess and wife, of Pa- FLOUR Wlntor patents .GRAIN Wheat No 2 red.... No. 2 Chloago spring 8ORN-N- 0. POHK-M- ess LARO-Bte- am 4 00 70 2flM 23 78 70! Centennial can be repurchased at Chattanooga for $3.40 round trip. Ask your ticket agent for tickets via Cincinnati and the Q. & C. Bouto South or write to W. C. BINEABSON, Gcn'l Pass'r Agent, Cincinnati, O. A loafer always complains of warm more than a hard working man. Globe. 2 2 . BALTIMORE. y. 7 70 4 I7K 7 75 20 weather 2V Atchison 17 SLOUR--FamilCorn-Mix- Wheat No ed, 2. 0.ti--NLARD-RoQned 2 white. PORK HOaS-WesUrn Mess Frenchburg. Paducah republicans havo Capt B Farley for mayor and Mj. George F. Barnes has announced his candidacy as an indepsndont re publican. CATTLE-FI- rst quality INDIANAPOLIS. 2 2 mixed 2 mixed 4 23 4 00 80 60S 31 ; 31H'& 27 OJ1 50 10 84 4 10 3 70 4 20 4 1U 2H's Descriptive of Yrllowstono National Park, Black Hills, Summer Tours to the North and Northwest, Touts to Colorado, Pacific Coast and Puget Sound, Farm Lands in Northern Missouri, Nchrasl:a nnd Wyoming and Homes in Washington and tho Puget Sound Region will be mailed freo by the under signed, bend littccn cents tor a large col- - Illicitly Illnatrntcil Publications, noin-lnto- d GRAIN-Wheat-Na ' CoraNo Oats-N- COJi o. to 3 75 4 25 IBM 00 70 28 671. leather. "Paintings and statuary for private uss are made dutiable as provided by the house, but at 20 per cent, The Free List. "The Free List The free list as It passed the house Is in the main adopted, except that bolting cloths and several kinds of essential oils have been added. "Tho house provision applying a remedy to the wholesale Introduction of goods Intc this country free of duty, by Americans visiting Europe, Is substantially adopted. "Reciprocity Provisions The house and the senate reciprocity plans are united and adopted with modifications. In the sonate plan any commercial treaty must be approved by congress before It goes Into effect, and In the house plan chicle, silk, lacos, sugar, mineral waters and hides have been stricken out, and tonka and vanilla beans added. "The senate provision Imposing an equivduty on Imports alent counter-veilin- g from foreign countries which havo been paid an export duty Is adopted. The president Is authorized to enter Into negotiations or commercial agreements In which reciprocal concessions may be secured In fuvor of tho products of the United States, lie Is empowered to revoke the concession when satisfied that the agreement is not adhered to In good faith by any other country with which an agreement shall have been made. What may be termed the retaliatory clause of the provision Is that which empowers the president to suspend by proclamation tho provisions of this act providing for tho freo Introduction of coffee, tea, Tonquln or tonka beans and vanilla beans coming from any country which 1m- duties upon products of tho United tates he may deem to bo reciprocally unequal and unreasonable. The rates which he Is thus empowered to fix are: Or coffee, 3 cents per pound; on tea, 10 cents per pound; on tonka beans, 50 cents per pound; on vanilla beans, (2 per pound; on cuts, 11. The president Is required to act within two years In securing these reciprocal trade treaties, and they are to be submitted to the senato for Us ratification. Articles are to bo reduced to the extent of 20 per cent, in these treaties, and the president Is specifically authorized to enter Into negotiations which will placo certain articles upon the free list for a specified period ot five Heelnroclty I'rovlalona, pariNa Is the best In fact the One True Blood Purifier. Hood's Pills euro all Liver Ills. 25 cents. TORONTO AND I THOUSAND FALLS! ISLANDS! Thursday, August 5, BIG 4 ROUTE Only TO NIAGARA $7 ROUND TRIP FAIXS. cents per gallon; sugar dralnlngs and sugar sweepings shall be subject to duty as molasses or sugar as the caso may be, according to polarlacoplo test. Provided, that nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to abrogate or In any manner Impair or affect the provisions of the treaty of commercial reciprocity concluded between the United States and the king of the Hawaiian Islands on January SO, 1875, or the provisions of any act of congress heretofore passed for tho execution of the same." The conference restored the house rnto of 20 per cent, on sugar cane. Saccharino is made one dollar and fifty cents per pound and ten cents , Side Trip to TORONTO Only $1.00 More Thn Batejo,NIACARA FALLS confectionery paragraph is The changed to read as follows: Only f 500 More to tho Thousand Islands "Sugnr candy nnd all confectionery not Than the Rate to Niagtra Falls. specially provided for In this act, valued at Tickets eood returning from Niagara Falls 16 cents per pound or less, and on sugars and Toronto FIvo Days. From Thousand Isafter being refined when tinctured, colored, lands Right Days. Elegant trains of Parlor or In any way adulterated, four cents por Wagner Sleeping Cars nnd Cars. pound and 15 per cent, ad valorem: valued coaches, personally conducted by representathan 15 cents per pound. 50 por tives of the " Ulg Four," who will look after at more valorem. The weight and the value oent ad tho wants of passengers. coverings, These excursions need no introduction to the of tho immediate case or otherother than coverings, tho outer packing publto and tho popularity of tho "Big Four" Niagara Falls via Buffalo- -is shall be Included in the dutiable weight and tho natural routo to well known. the value of the merchandise." For full Information call on or address; Other Schedules. J. F. ItOLF. T. A., N. W. cor. 4th and Vino stl. D. K. HOLMES. T. A., N. W. cor. 6th & Walnut Tho statement of the republican conJ. E. REEVES. Oenl. Southorn Agent. ferees made the following explanation K. O. McCOUMICIC. Passenger TraffloMgr. WAHKEN J. LYNCH A. O. Pass. Agont. of tho effect of tho changes agreed upon ' Cincinnati O. by tho conferees in the schedules other than tho sugar echedule: Of EDUCATIONAL. "Metals and Manufacturesforms The reof ductions of duties on somo senate are Iron acand steel proposed by tho several new cepted In part as proposed and paragraphs are Introduced not heretofore specifically provided for. CENTRAL MUSIC HALL, "Cotton ties, which were placed on the CHICAGO. ILL. free list by the senate, are restored to the DR. F. 2IEQFELD. PRESIDENT. dutiable list at a reduced duty of ORATORY and of ono cent Mil DRAMATIC ART. WIUOlW BEGINS "Tin plates are placed at the rate of SEASON duty provided In tho bill as It passed the SEPT. 6, 1897. 32nd bouse. OTKND FOK CATALOGUE. h of "Structural Iron la reduced oot oent. hlgh-bacUfive-tent- years. "Internal Itevenue Provisions Tho senate provision Increasing the internal revenue tax on cigarettes Is agreed to with an amendment covering cigarettes wrapped In tobacco, and provisions to enforco the collection of tax. "The senate provision, changing the law so as to allow no rebate on beer Is agreed to., "The senate provision tor a stamp tax on tne issue anu iransier or stock and on bonds Issued by corporations Is omitted "The admlnlstratlvesectlons, added to the bill by tho senate, are substantially tho Fifty-fourt- h from the bill. same as those passed by tho house In the congress, and aro agreed to with aiignt amendments. A NEW SENATOR. IQIT Turlcy, of Memphis, Named fur Mrnntor Harris' Seat. Johnson City, Tenn., July 20. Gov. Taylor on Monday evening made the ofthat he bad apficial announcement pointed lion. Thomas B. Turley, of Memphis, United States senator to sucThomas U. ceed the late Isham Q. Harris. The governor wired his choice to Mr. Turley and received a polite telegram of one-tent- RamXIXorn. "' ilKV. Jons L. Smith, aged 80 years, Oati-Mldropped dead tho other day just after 20tf As pathetic n thing as ono sees is a boy 0 00 trying to be a dudo on a two dollar a week eating his dinner, nt Danville. The am to 4 00 salary. deceased was for over fifty years f ono ot tho most widely known ministers In tho Baptist church in KenwWm) mm)W(mWWflwmW(m tucky. WAnnKN Cecil, a marketer, was thrown from his wagon by his horso scaring at a street car in Lexington and fatally Injured. A telephone lino botween Sharps-bur- g and Flomlngsburg, nnd taking in "Tho pill that will," implies tho pills that the towns ot Tilton, Shorburno and won't. Their name is legion. Tho name of "the Bethel, will bo established. pill that will" is Ayor's Cathartio Pill. It is a Suit has been filed at Frnnkforl pill to roly on. Properly used it will euro .conagainst threo life Insurance companion to collect policies nmountlng to 512,000 stipation, biliousness, sick headaohe, and tho on tho lifo of James W. Tate. other ills that result from torpid liver. Ayer's postThe following fourth-clas- s pills are not designed to spur the liver into a masters were commissioned for Kenmomentary aotivity, leaving it in yet moro tucky a few days ago: Drakesboro, inoapablo oondition after the immediate offoct Muhlonburg county, J. E. Langlcy, is. past. They are compounded with tho purvice G. V. Glonn, removed; Karles, pose of toning up tho entire system, removing Muhlonburg county, J. S. Lewis, vice tho obstructing conditions, and putting tho W. W. Mooro, removed; Hansford, Bock liver into proper relations with tho rest of tho Castlo county, W. O. Nicely, vlco J. W. organs for natural Klrby, resigned. The record of Winfieli) S. Neely, of Kentucky, Ayer's Pills during the half century they have has been appointed a special examiner been in publio use establishes their great and In the pension ofilco at 81, 300, and permanent value in all liver affections. Edward P. Elliott, of Indiana, has been given a similar position. Gov. Bradley doesn't want his picture taken while his whiskers aro gone, nnd nt Camp Gross was kept dodging kodaks. Abraham Siiaiikb, a farmer of was dragged a long distance by a runaway horse, and it is thought ho will die. DIRT GATHERS, The Standard Oil Co. is proparlng to RULES." USE raako Corbln tho goneral distributing point for tho mountains. At Loxington tho democratic municipal primary will be held August 31. 's Louis Papendieck, manager of d hotel, Louisville, shot by a burglar tho other night, died next day from his injuries. An effort is being mado to form a now county out of Knox, Whltloy and Laurel counties. The instituto for tho colored teachers of Whiteley, Laurel nnd Knox result, a remedy should" always act without I To eet a natural It . 4 a( I it( counties will bo held in Barboursvlllo, v u u violence, smoowuv. casuy uwiKuwuuy, beginning August 10. The Kentucky school per capita has beon fixed at 82.20 for 1697, which Is tho same as tho per capita for 1890. Lizzie Gisii, aged 18 years, living because they strengthen the mus near Henderson, shot herself through cular action of the bowels and tho right lung in tho presence of pentlv stimulate the kidneys and They had her lover, Geo. Blendln. liver. They are purely vegetable, containing HO poiSMOUS or . quarreled. , substance! i and are recommended and used by young; and The Madison county turnpike committee purchnsod tho Richmond nnd bid. BELIEVE WHAT "WE SAY ! JO cents prove their merit, Jrvln turnpiko, UK miles, at 8750 per and we ask that you mile. The fiscal court will meet August TO-NIGH- T! 3, and confirm all contracts already mado with presidents and stockholders Mt. J0c, 25c, 50c ALL DRUGGISTS. of tho dllTcrent roads nnd tako steps toward making nil pikes freo. BISCOTXBTi (ires Harry McKinley, of Moroland, said I quick rellf aid lo wont or and to bo a cousin of President McKinley, eajiei. Send for bookCr.B.toillmoRlali Sola,ouridaya' M. Slavs inula, da, was seriously injured at High Bridge treatment Tree. HOW TO BUILD sk by being struck by a passenger train. WIUIAMS MFC. CO., KALAMAZOO, MICH. IT M II lull M fill I Ho will recover. CURES WHERE All USE FAILS. A. N. K.- -E 1607 An airship passed over Louisville at Beet Cough Srrup. Tutesuooa. 7:15 tho othor evening, so thousands ol in time. Bold br droKKlsta. WHEW WJIITINO TO AUVEItTISERI plenae stats thnt you law tho AdvcrtMu people are ready to testify. It is tho mot la this paper. samo ship seen threo months ago. Corn-Mlxexed ARD-Stc- LOUISVILLE. FLOUR Winter patent GRAIN Wheat No. Z red... What an immense amount of laziness there is going on in the name of poor health. - The Pill that Will. Ayer's Cathartic Pills. g, "WHERE WA8TE Scol-bach- cql-orc- SAPOLIO THE IDEAL Tt.!.!.l....in u,vuu WITHOUT GRIP or GRIPE i '. 5fiSih rtthk yMwmiwnwwWj LAXATWE,: 1' -- 'JH L m j ,. BUY AND TRY A nDnDCV SXI o S j 1 , ll.l I SLOS M .lJ