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Tiik Chicago ordinance imposing a license tax on bicyles has been declared void in a lower court. The plant of the Olobo Iron & Foundry Co. at St. Louis is blng run to Jiuurly full operation. Em'Eiton William received a number of threatening letters from nihilists before starting for Itussia. KusflKLL Saoe has not, within the memory of the oldest broker, taken a vacation during the hot weulher. Tub Fox Pressed Steel Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa., has all departments of Its plant In operation on double turn. Tiik Tyler Foundry and Muchinu Co. has been Incorporated at Tyler, Tex., to engage in the general foundry busi ness. The plant of the Davis & Kgan Machine Tool Co., of Cincinnati. 0., Is running full time, with a forco of 000 men. Mils. J. P. Mii.LF.it, of Chicago, has in lu:r possession the sword which Lord Myron curried in tho war for Grecian independence. Mns. Maiiio.v CiiAWKOitn, wife of tho famous novelist, has dailc eyes anil golden liair, two things rarely found in tlio same person. It is stated that in bix mouths of tho year, American manufacturers can make enough shoes to supply the people of the United States. The United States pension roll has almost reached the million mark. Tho twact number of pensioners at the beginning of tho fiscal year was W.i,r'lS. The recent cloudbursts mid Hoods in Uerinuny have been the worst since 1870. Reports show 285 lives lost, and u property loss of over 150,000,000 marks. Okiiuany has a law requiring that nil drugs intended for iuternnl usu shall bo put up in round bottles, and all intended for external use in hexagonal bottles. When the ameer of Afghanistan goes out cycling ho uses a triplet machine, uud leaves all tho work of It to be done by two men, who sit ono In front and one behind him. The Oraud Duchess Sophia, of Saxe- Welmar, left a fortuno of a hundred !imlllioii francs, besides hor lariro estates lHtfttJtfttHrtMIollnnilftvhicU'b,ritij?ilnl new. in delicacies Is tho nut sandwich. Spread between thin slices of scantily buttered bread a layer of almonds niid walnuts, und flavor with a little grated cheese. Tims has been n great year In Eng-Itiu- d for strawberries. In oucT week fiom one station no less than 100 tons of thesis berries were dispatched to London and northern markets. Cut. Ei.i A. Kahlk.ii, of Detrolt.who enlisted during the civil war as a drummer boy and was mustered, out u captain, will soon be rewarded with ugold medal by special "act of congress. The duchess of Cleveland has the outside of her London house washed down from top to bottom by men of llmjire department. Tho task Is performed very early in tho morning. Queen Viciowa owns a dress maou fur hi red entiicly of spider's webs. It was a present from tho late empress of Itra.I, who had it specially proparcd in her palace by 20 native silk workers. The K. P. Allls Co., of Milwaukee, Wis.; has received an order from the Central London Underground railway, of. London, England, for six cross compound engines, of 1,300 horso-powe- r eheh. A hei'oht from the ofllco of the register general of England contains the ln- -' tolligenco that 225 women reach tho age of 100 years, while only 85 men out of 1,000,000 count the milestone of a -- MT. VERNON; KENT U0ICf FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1897. NUMBER 50. mAw A K0YALTY Of Ten Per Cent. to. Be Provided Levied by the i v DON CARLOS Favors Unflinching Severity In pressing the Cuban Rebellion A- Government on Placer Mining, .mKENTUCKY STATE NEWS, hk First Kentucky, infantry will ncBi d their reunion at. Liberty Septenv - 7He rlO. a rV . SVmttf lhtmn"i mT&tt!' '" Something StiSS tho Amount Mined ami Taken Followed by (leneroug Concessions to Local jUcd 'William Raymoud, was acquit-lid-. From n Slnglo Claim Does Not Kxcecd Requirements Tho CarlUt Movement 1 8500 a Week, Abovo That Amount Increased In" Btrength and Disci- - $J 'JWjikat is now selling at 80Jc a bush- SO Fcr Cent, to Ho Levied. pllno Time Conies, Will Fight. outtlio farmers ore still holding icir crop. j correspond' Ottawa, Ont, Aug. 10. Tho regulaLondon, Aug. Tub populists and gold democrats of by the Domini n gov- entof the Dally Telegraph at LuccrnofKentucky wm tions formulated 3pnr(.SCntatloii on ernment covering tho collection of a l.fia had a long interview with Don Car the ballot by petition royalty on gold mined In tho Yukon, los on tho death of Canovas anil cutjtv ,h Tub rSrccnslmrcr academy will open are published In tho Ofllclal Gazette affairs. August 30. just issued. They are as follows: Don Carlos declared that the Amei mz (innmviv pnlnirwl vik ilrmviip.il upon all gold mined on tho lean remonstrances and hints of intcrS Jas. "That Willow crock, near Wickllffe. claims referred to Is tho regulation ferenco were mere balloons essal uwensuoro in a uro mai, u- for tho government of placer mining which ought not to bo taken?' along tho Yukon river nnd its tributari- ,...:. lf ct.l 41m f. tlm ITnUntli stroyed bis saloon and grocery Sam es, a royalty of ten per cent shall bo States, if theso attempts hatWg'17SS0 eamo near being cremated l.PAlivo. lie was rescued barely In timo levied and collected by officers to bo ap- i n.i pointed for tho purpose, provided that Bpanish government, would have with t0 Kv 1,ls life' Arthonost office nrlmarv In West the amount mined and taken from a drawn Its extravagant pretensions! single claim docs not exceed $500 per What was wanted In Cuba, ho argucdlj Liberty, Mrs. Nicklo was Indorsed for week, and in case the amount mined was unflinching severity in repressing postmistress. nnd taken from any single claim exceeds rebellion, followed by trencrous conHh Toll on tho Oddvillc nnd Falmouth . . " 8500 per week, there shall bo levied cessions 10 xocai requirements ami aaj pike Is being collected as usual. The and collected a royalty of ten per pirntlons. i fjales aro guarded at night. cent, upon tho amount as taken out up In conclusion Don Carlos declared: j , tiov. llr.Ani.KY issued a proclamation to S500, nndupon the excess or amount "The Carllst movement In Spain has' naming September 0 as Labor day and taken from any single claim over 8500 greatly increased in strength and dls a holiday for tho worklngman. per week there shall be levied and .col- clnlino durinir tho last decade. I ftirf" RpiwnT STrjrnr.NS, a wheat thresher, lected a royalty of 20 per cent., such In touch with every branch of ritJJ1 on his wy home near Owcnsboro, was royalty to form part of the consolidated There will bo no more futile risings p$v hold up and S"00 taken from him. There revenue and to bo accounted for by tho useless bloodsheddlng, but when till is no clew. officers who collect tho samo in duo timo is ripe every one will bo readyjt " i Alvin Bowliko was found dead near course. Morchcad, with 1(1 bullet holes in his fight to tho death for tho throne." "That the times and tho manner in MAnmn, Aug. 10. The political hpi body. which royalty shall bo collected and Izon 1 i menacing. Scnor Roblcdo h Mn.i. James C,AnTi:n, of Poltsville, the persons who shall collect the same publicly declared in favor of the retclaims that she Is heir 810,000,00(1 now bhall bo provided for by the regulations tion of Capt. Gen. "Weyler and again in tho Bank of England, left iboro by to be made by the gold commissioner, any reconciliation with tho disside: John MtGowan. and that the gold commissioner be and conservatives. Mits. Amanda Ykukks, a relative of is hereby given authority to make such It is expected that this will upset V Collector John W. Yerkcs, fell on tbo regulations and rules accordingly. plans of tho conservative party and'ofj stairs at Danville and sustained In"That default in payment of such tho court, and will compel tho quecKl juries which may result fatally. royalty, if continued for ten days after r'igent to summon the liberals. A cuank measuring six fret from tip notice has been posted upon the claim to tip was 1:1 lied on Otter creek, MadA PRISONER in respect of which it is demanded, or ison county, by Louis llybcc. in the vicinity of such claim by tho Klashes l"lr 1'nllrciiiAti With n Razor And Tue Kentucky Swine Breeders' assogold commissioner or his agent, shall Kucupcs Hy Jumping From a Wlndow.HP ciation will moot at Shelbyvlllu Aube followed by the cancellation of Subsequently Wounded and Captured gust 21. tho claim. That any attempt to PiTTsnunoii. Auc. 10. James Elbe: Tun Louisville .and Nashville Rail-loa- d defraud tho crown by withholding arrested as a suspicious character anil Co. ha-- s filed suit, at. Shelby villa to any part of. tho revenue thus provided supposed to be an anarchist, orcatei (oroclosr Hie 250,000 mortgage on the for by making false statements of tho big excitement bununy morning at t. Cumberland . Ohio railroad. amount taken out, may bo punished by police station by slashing five polic At Princeton .John Anscnlmugh was cancellation of tho claim in respect of men with a razor. One of the officer; in over by a train tho other night and which fraud or false statements "have George Mclntyre, was horribly c: been committed or made; und that in the face, one wound extending .TouiRvillc Oeonro Utiprco was respect of facts as to such a fraud or tho car to the tliroaU, taking on for a cow by Charles Law false statement or of roy uiu cur. ixiH who fired both, hnrrclaidf a sliot- ia su alty, the decision of the gold commis others,-- Geo,lVi4irafl,jVoJi' nitpfcvill'WfiKfcrti sion shall be.tinal.JL Corclofie RJCavolwosTiinvaded. x Gracey It. S. Pell, who shot and i THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, STANFORD. KY. Successors to tho Lincoln National OF Bank- By provision of Its charter, depositors ore as fully protected as art 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 iuvestcd in such shares: It may act s Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an individual. ;H i... i, Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Stan ford, Kentucky, December 31, 1896. RESOURCES. f.oans and Discounts Overdrafts Other Stocks and Bonds Due trom National Hanks Hanlilng Hours Furnlturo una Fixtures Cimn 1277.810.93 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock . 7.07819 Surplus Fund 1,984.07 ... Individual Deposits 41,60192 Duo from National Hanlcs &.&80.00 800.00 Due from btato Unks 18 IS'O.'WOt 17,003 80 ... ,. 1:5,47081 3,875.34 5,303 81 s 701 69 I32,259 8) i Williams, Mt. Vernon, Ky John M. Hail, Stanford, Ky. J.J Directors. J. E. I,ynn S.J Ernbry, William Gooch, W. H. Cumniings, Preachersville, Ky. W. A. Carpenter, Milledgevlllo, K Jno, S. Owsley, Stanford, sKy. Jno. F. Cash S. H. SHANICS, President. 1 JSSTWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, and they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSIyEY, Cashier J, B. OWSLEY, Cashier W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. A. PENNINGTON -- DEADER IN- - .t-- GENERAL MERCHANDISE. I AM My Store is on SELUNG GOODS LOWER THAN THEY WERE EVER SOLD BEFORE IN MT. VERNON. o "1 non-payme- THE AUTHORITIES here are working on the theory that Ford and Deerwcster were the murderers of 'the aged Dotrlck couple, nnd vcry effort Is being made to secure a confession from one or both of the men. Deerwcster is rapidly recovering d wound of Frifrom his day. Tho investigation of the mystery Is now being conducted by Sheriff Shaw with absolute secrecy. None but the detectives are admitted to the jail. Nono of the newspaper men who have been besieging the sheriff over since the arrests have been allowed to Interview the prisoners. Corporal Harry Roof was tho guard over Deerwcster Friday night. The prisoner, In a talk with Roof, claims to have no recollection whatever of tho events Thursday night. Roof says Dccrwester's mind seems to bo wandering, or else that ho Is feigning. A trail has been found leading from the scene of tho murder to Ilrenners's lake, a half-mil- e distant, but no other traces have been found. Neighbors detected Friday tho burning of woolen clothes tit the home of Dccrwester's sister, but nothing further has been learned. It is expected that a woman will bo arrested for complicity in bome way in the Detrlck murder. She is suspected of knowing a great deal about the case, and has been mysteriously missing since tho investigation began. She and Deerwcster have been companions, .lust how she is connected with tho case Is not now known outside tho officers. At Itcllcfontnlno Ilellcvo That Ford nnd Deerneiter Aro the Murderers of tho Detrlclc Couple. Hkllkfontaine. O., Aug. 10. the factory after being repeatedly warned off the premises. liccmen, made his escape from tl tion by jumping 80 feet from a window, hotly pursued by office: while blood streamed from the wounds. After a chase of several Officer squares, Coreless finally fired his revolver, the bullet taking effect in Elbert's right arm and he was then captured. Tho man fought desperately nnd had to bo clubbed into insensibility before ho could bo taken back to the station, Elbert now lies in the jail hospital in a precarious condition. Elbert is an Austrian, who had been working at the Armstrong cork factory until lately, when ho was discharged on account of his anarchistic and troublesome ways. He has since been threatening Mr. Armstrong's life, and was arrested because he insisted on hanging around V3SESI ting His way tlirougli a craa: century. Anthracite coal production for June, nocording to ofllcinl returns, was nearly 8,000,000 tons, making for thojnst six inqnths about 10,000,000. The tonnage for 1800 was 11,000,000; 1895, 40,000,000; 1S1M, 41,000,000. ' Since Hret Harto who has dropped his first name, Frnncls was United States consul to Glasgow from 18S0 to KVS.I, ha has made his residence in Great llritain. At present ho lives at 74 Lancaster Gate, West London. Mits. Nancy Julian, of Warsaw, Ind., has just, received a pass to New York over tho Pennsylvania railroad. Tho pass was given becnuse Mrs. Julian was the II ist woman to travel on a railroad west of tho Allegheny mountains. Mns. IlANDAr.L, of lloston, who died some time ago, bequeathed 820,000 to the Prospect union, which Is composed of students and professors of Harvard; EiiO.OOO to JtadelUTo college, and 370,000 to tho Foxcroft club, of Harvard, for a clubhouse. In ono of H. 0. Welles' talcs a man e.splores .the bottom of tho sea in a steel cylinder made so as to resist tho enormous prcssuro of the water. Now M. del P0.7.0, of Paris, has constructed such a cylinder, and It is to be tested depths off navro and In the deep-se- a Urest. In several places In Capo Colony caves-havbeen explored which yielded hundreds of mummified remains of a monkey. queer species of All of thn full grown specimens of this remarkable raco have tho tail .situated high up on tho back, with other distinguishing marks, such as two sets of canine teeth, o LYNCHING. A Biol) After tho Assailant of Mrs. nnd Miss llenthcock. Chattanooga, Tenn., Aug. 10. Will Phillips, the man who recently criminally assaulted Miss Sallic Jones, daughter of a wealthy Georgia planter residing near this city and who was arrested in Arkansas, was taken to jail at Lafayette, 'Walker county, Ga., Sunday A where the crimo was committed. mob hud been organized to lynch Phillips as soon as Miss Jones identified him, but her father prevailed on them to let him go to nro in pursuit Posses trial. of tho assailant of Mrs. and Miss Heath-cocand every road and avenue to ChickamaugaPark Is being guarded by armed men. If caught tho map will never reach the jail, as more than a li linrlrpd mnn iinvp fiwnrn rin Tinll illn nt. nnpo 1H.r Tlontlirnplr nnrl Tiri mother have both recovered consciousBOTH WOUNDED. ness and have given an ample descrip-sio- n Count of Turin nnd Prince Henri of Orlcuni of their assailant. A largo reFight With Swords. Paiiis, Aug. 10. Tho Count of Turin ward has been offered for the man. nnd Prince Henri of Orleans fought a Tho assaults on Miss Jones and tho duel with swords nt 5 o'clock Sunday llcnthcocks occurred within a mile of morning in tho Hois do Mnrcchuux each other. A Futher'H Tcrrlblo Deed. Vacresson. M, Leontleff acted as umOmaha, Neb., Aug. 10. A special to pire. The fighting was most determined and lasted 28 minutes. There were tlio Ilco from Grcely, Neb., 6ayt: Sunfive engagements," of which two were day morninp Johh D. Jtfnw, a farmer at close quarters. Prince Henri re- living a few miles from hero, attacked ceived two serious wounds in tho right liis married daughter, Wary J. Hughes, shoulder nnd tho right sldo of the ab- with a hammer. IIo crushed in hor ITo Tho Count of Turin was Bkull, inflicting fatal injuries. domen. wounded in tho right hand. Prince drovo tho family from tho house and Henri was taken to tho residence of set fire to it and then fired tho wheat tho Due de Chartres and received med- stacks and barns. Maw, who is CO years old, has lccn mentally unbalical attendance. anced for years, but was thought harm" Illicit Distillery In Chicago. less. IIo is in jail. Chicago, Aug. 10. Detectives nnd Manuel Plunns Not an Anarchist. internal revenue officors raided a little Nkw Tome, Aug. 10. Cubans in thia in 20th place Saturday city say that Manuel Tlanas, who, on frame house and found an illicit distillery capablo orders issued by Commissioner of Imof turning out 52 gallons of "moonmigration Powdqrly, is to bo held for shine" a day. Samuel Marlow, a Prus- in vestigation at the port of arrival, is sian Jew, and his son wure taken in as not an anarchist loader. IIo is, they proprietors of the place. Several illicit say, a n pharmacist of distilleries huve been located nlmostin Ihiyamo, Cuba, who was deported by the heart of the city and other arrests tlio Spanish officials as an ollogcd powill probably follow. litical suspnet. k, well-know- fq6bable or'flvo riliwiniirsuH on tho were troots during tho day. Tlu-rcatcd with Mich complete contempt the people that, they "took tlio hint," and loft Imvtt between suns. W, S. Watson, of Klatliek, owns a leather hnrso collar that has been in iiso HO years. Tiik trustees of the Central Christian eh n nil i of Newport have issued a call for Rev. W. T). Hire, of Coiiiiprsvlllej Ind., to fill tho vacancy caused by the resignation of Ile.v. .1. M. Ilalloy. d tramp tried An unnamed, to beat C.co. Childs, a colored boy, to dlstiict, death in tlio nUnd-tiger- " IIo gavn Childs a quarter Uu.sseHville. to get him some whisky, and Childs never camo buck. Next morning they met, nnd tho tramp tried to do Childs up. Until were locked up. .Ioiin A. Wn.sov was nt Frankfort, a few days ago, conferring with Attorneys Tryor nnd Hodman in regard to tho indictments pending against him, Dr. Hunter, Hon. R. T. Flunks. Noel dailies and Thos. Tinner, charged with alleged conspiracy to bribe legislators. Mr. Wilson announced that the defendants will bo renily for trial and will insist on a hearing of the eases in September. IIo said that among Hie witnesses for whom subpirnns will be Issued will bo Illaek burn nnd (5ov. Ilradley, Adjt. (Ion. Collier, Senators Ooebel and Uronston, Hon. Nergn Clark, Hon. W. O. (Jossom and Commissioner of Agriy one-legge- iiniSSWJtlWf.aagsagsasfgaigssgi B. F the Corner of Main Street and Taylor Avenue, Near The Presbyterian and Baptist Churches. New, Goods and Hard Tlmc Prices n Call and JJeeiMr, f HOUSE THE RILEYProprietor, RILBY, LONDON, - - KENTUCKY. am better prepared Good Livery at Give me call than ever to accommodate tho public. tached and every convenience desired. I have moved to my new Hotel ar d The Sambrook Hotel, Convenient to railroad station. Livingston Rates reasonable. Porters meet all trains. Ky jri Druggists and Pharmacists. Tl culture Suit has been filed hi tho circuit court, nt Lexington ngainst Frank K. Moore. MC.&D. N.WILLIAMS Mt. Vernon, Ky. Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c Prescrip tions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call for goods usually kept in a first-clas- Thompson, bondsman for W. M. Shipp, tho defaulting Midway banker, for S5,fl00, alleged to be duo Oeo. Hughes, an infant, for whom Shipp was adminI We carrv Drugs, I & J. W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Reid T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, J. S. I locker and M. J. Miller. caster. TitKitK have been many sales of real We solicit the accounts of the citizens ol Rockcastle and adjoining estate in Willinmstown iccently. counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business IIknkv 13. F.yANS. nominee) of tho national democrnts and republicans for intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view attorney, died at to business relations, respectfully invited. commonwealth's J, S, HQCKER, Pres, Cowling (Jrccn. JNO. J, UcROBERJ( Ctthlcr county, was scalded to death while his mother was visiting the other afternoon. Mrs Huston was preparing tomatoes in a largo kettle. Ueforo leaving she cautioned tho child to keep away from tho kettle, but ho disregarded her warning. When she returned she found that tho boy had fallen into the kettle and had been boiled to death. Tin: Washington county teachers' institute wns held nt. Springfield, At Howling (Ireen while excavating for a foundation for a building, workmen found a man's skeleton, IIknhv I.ubiio, who had been missing from home in "Loulsvlllo for IS years, has returned. It was thought that ho was dead. ATNicholasvillo .Tames Woodward, 18 was drowned whilo bathing. Wm. Montoomi'.rv fell overboard from tho steamer Lizzie Hay, at Warsaw, and was drowned. A coi.oiuci) fair is being held at Lan- istrator. Fiiank Huston, tho son of a fanner at. Uichwood, three-year-old I y f rr-- i Hoono s drugstore. First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Capital Stock $200,000. - Surplus $23,100 "DIRECTORS" j LveaGunfwtmidkam&nnaumfrmKn'j&iaxaz&sasnBSBnix MMiiiMjiitaaiJtS3igsgaiaiccascia3gaamawjM ' , mm r"'immm i conuptiou must soon fail and the sooner the belter for our conn- tv. I am gl'id to know th.it Uieici are some Republicans 111 the oun- I;K1I)A.Y, Al i. O, IS97 ty, soincuheie, thai have grit to speak out aguiiiM Mfh unnnjrc- Published CD y biidav by u tnent. nei we not as um-- i MARET. f the county, though, a. JAMES this end they might be. So I would ;.a to all honest voters in Old Rock$I.OO castle, let us try this fall to fill oui SUBSCRIPTION ONH. VKAK offices with the best men; let the Advertising rates made known on office seek the man and the Don't forget Little go. application Tiu-Bi.ric. Dick. Ml Vernon Signal am! DR. A. G. LOVELL .$ j THE NEW NEW MYERS HOUSE. Pkop'k., Stanford, Ky. Physician and Surgeon, AL. G. HUFFMAN, ffl g iiaVC tUCWed mt vcrjNon, lY Oll!ccorth oi'lo Mam 1 street LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY, WATER IN HOUSE, READING ROOM. Special Attention Given to Commercial Men E&.FINE WINES, LIQUORS, BEERS AND CIGARSa32-6mo MANAGEMKNTlSi FURNISHED, KINEWLY j our stock offmil- 1. ofiice-seek- iinery ana 1 itMini- - ,ll . COURT CAltNOAR. f ture ANNO UNCEMEN'l i. We arc authonVed to aiinoiuice JOHN V. BAKER As nn Independent Republkan candidate for Slierifl' of Rockcastle county to be voted for at November election, 1897. Tim county Jtulg; in company with the County Clerk called at this ofiiqe on Thnrsday of last week, jus after the Signal was issued. They had taken offense al the arti cle sent from Brodheadand printed in this paper. They inquired with article; the to was shown, the original article Judge picked it up and put it in his pocket under the editor's pro test, but.it was later on leturned to thib office. The Judge became warm and threatened to kill the editor if he published any more articles with his name in them The Signal is publishing the new? and will continue to do So and will print such matter as it thinks will be of interest and benefit to the citizens of Rockcastle. reference the Holi.Kk, Ky To our new cottage adjoining the mt vi:rnon 1'clici: court Now in the daws of the rein of Third Monday in each month. Presbyterian church. Call and Billy whose Hilly the First. McKinley I took up my pen see us. MRS S C. FRANKLIN G, W. McCLURE, CO. to rite and i rit, for i had much to rite about that consurns my people " On my return from my uuplesent 4 Mt. Vernon, Ky trip i made last Nov. i find times All business entrusted to my hard and getten harder and mutiny vs"$ f care will receive prompt attention. scase and getten scaser; and that Office: Second floor of new brick twin sisters of deth, that german T on Church street. debt, rainin in al- wtit corinofh most every house. The nuse of the passage of tlte. was haild tariph law by Con?;, DR. W. 13. PENNY, with joy by our icpublican nabers S tt r r e 0 n D c n ti s t but the Bryan men sat in sackcloth Po.si.fM sur-inmcj- is QUAUTi:i!I,Y COURT Hist in Jnminry, Apiil. July nml October Monday CIRCUIT eOUin-ieon- d in IVbninry. Fourth Jsnmlny in JIny Momluv in September iiud 'lliinl In c.H'li month OUNTY COL'ltT At Moil-iln- y ETAL ; A. COSINE, CEILING FLOORING SIDNIG ( STANFORD, KT. FINSH. AttorneyatL,av, Farm yfi.-tt- and BEKuMii Yard yi Nil Fence. a 'vxs nit Subscribe Nw! v - i vji i'i aS viruj Stanfoicl, Ek Kentuclcy. wiyns L 1 Dealers in ilii az& tu-js-J U VU WEEKLY Carriages, Wagons, Hay & Seeds, 'FARMINIGMPLEiVlENTS-A- drest with ashc, and whin our only Hannacrat learned that sd taiiph 1 louisviiAe Patronage of Roclccastle Solicited. REAL ESTATE -- SADDLES and HARNESS. KINDS- - XP cent pr lb had advanced shooger man's dearand thai egs. "the poie est fiend" had fallen to 4c pr do, he kicked hi, self until he was too sore to sit fur votin the aid society ticket last eai but wc,ll just le' him kick. ItS the advance in shoo get that hurts him not the advance in gold. Truely surkimstances do alter cases, and the parable of the fanner and lawyer which is on reck-or- d blue in that immortal book-th- e Back Speller Shood be read often Saugkuties, N. Y. Aug 3, 1897 to them with appropriate emphasis and comment. Editor Mount Vernon Signal(Corn crpsair prospuious but trade In a recent issue of your paper there was an item telling of a snake it at a standstill, Schootsttre better that swallowed chickens. I wonder attended so far this session than if your readers know of the cure usual. Nothing is soken concer-uit- i e'ectiou yet but we presume as used so extensively in India for snake b.tes? It is perfectly simple, the days get cooler politicks will bile, fur the Bible sed when "Greek an'i consists of profuse sweating, b the poison is forced meets Gieek the tug of war begins" therefore out of the system, through the poor.. MTvbjfore we will look fur the fur to the ides of Nov. be past. - of 'the hkfn. A native wncTis bitten' Mi, Editor as "Job's turkej" has by a snake, thro;v-- a blanket round him, and runs till exhausted. The bin spoken of provially when referbi tiles we would naturLhtishou treatment lor hydrophobia ring to poor it to be the poorest is founded oif the same principle. ally suppose ivihg animal on earth but it now A vapor bath, with temperature fills only a secondary place, fur one from 1270 to 1400 Fahrenheit, is ad ministered, or if no Russian nor of my nabors hot a hog last week of Turkish bath can be had, the pat- M W Deboard who had starved it ient, wrapped in blankets, is seated tmtill .t had to be soked in strong in n chair, over lighted oil stove brine 3 days and uites before its on which is a pan of hot water, hide wood hoi slop,- now spell if you its former owner was and allowed to perspire freely Anna Sakoknt Tuknku. a kind harted m in t )o but such in Secietan New York State AntK the effect of the "Singl Gold Stand ard. Dr. Price affirms that sd hog i section Society. had actully digested its own stoiu- ack. Jno, Ky., Aug. 16, 1S97 We presume that prosperity was Editor Signal, lurmly mounted in the wheel ol Mt. Vernon, Ky. confidense when Billy Mc siued the In the absence of local items of taiiph bil, but we predic'. that it much interest I desire to express will get frost bit bafore dog dnse is my satisfaction at the way "A Re-- j out & the whole durud thing will publican Committee" at Brodhead collapse before it reaches us. Aug. 7, '97, ha:- - dared to speak out Yours in the faith, for itself and others. I am glad Buck Varnon. the pots of wrath have begun - DISPATdH A STRAIGHT STANFORD. KY u dibtance Riven n liberal discount All work guaranteed. rations fiom THE EXCHANGE. OF J. W. LAWRENCE, DEMOCRATIC I NEWSPAPER. STANFORD, KY. Correct Market Keports Correct Court Reports, ' Reliable News Reports. Honest Editorial Policy. THE WEEKLY LOUISVILLE DISPATCH AND THE SIGNAL One yen' for $1.65. Has a number ol fine Blue Grass farms for sale and exchange, ranging in area fromio to 1,200 acres in a boundary, and in price from $20 to $100 per acre. Can Suit purchaser in price, terms, location, &c. in this or any other State in the United States. Office in Interioi ) J. H. SOWDEU, - - Kentucky. Mt. Vkknox, ) Journal Building. Gen'l Manager. Special attention given to the EYE. Office on Main street neat Physician and Surgeon, Post-office. Mt. Vernon vr'-w-v'i- l .f TOM WHISKIES' FERRILL DKALKU IN MColleiate-Institut- e IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. - For Free Coin of smFor Chicnuo Platform Vhv Democratic Noiiiir - ;e WINES, &o., &c., .nnd'i Fall Session Opens September Academic, Intermediate, and I'rim'arj, Depart men ts. 6, 1897. ROWLAND, KY. aatW. 5 1: which-mean- s For JiiLtoiLllfcia tSvpHts All Latent Telegraph N All Latest State ISrevs. Al! Latest Market Reports. Speici aL N prrrrreal Vworlc for Teacli'ersjf&gi ' ' " L. Itff. SCROGGS, Principal w Hotel Frith. F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Located at the Depotw-. 3SG0 BrocHiead, Good Livery Ky. JONAS IVICIIEW Eor Everything in TOS Attached. H. B and PAPl-- SPRATT PAINTER IIANC.I-'i I Meet all Trains, Day and Night. Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited. Will fur nish lunches on all Trains. C. Drv Gooda, Clotliiny; Boots and Stioea GENERAL MERCHANDISE. bargains he He will give you belter than can .secured anywhere. can-an- d AIt. Vernon, Ky. C W W. William n. C Wllllims Stanford. Ky. WITHERS Vi-v- Best work at reasonable prices Consult me iVr esti mates on work. WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, Attorneys-at-La- MT VERNON, KY Special Church htrcct. given to collections OIBco on 2nd floor In new brick on attention SViT. that ". tp boil over and their righteous indignation to escape them in such thunder tones and plain language as to be unmistakable and full of meaning, and may it continue to boil over and rage until the rings and cliques and machinations now in use for the advancement and maintainauce of vice and corruption, be entirely wiped out and forever done away with. What we need and want, is sound men to fill the officeseven down to the most humble office of the county And what we also need is a better way ot selecting them than the' plan now in use if we ever expect to obtain them. We hear nothing but dissatisfaction on every hand with many of the selections this year in the Republican camp and we too readily employ the same machinery in grinding out candidates. Consequently if we don't change the program we will fall info the same pit by and by. Right will eventually triumph, and the way for honest men to do is to pursue an honest course and work together for ihe same end if we wish and expect to obtain it. V ce Manufaciurei For 25 years we have been of Lime and liricl.. iug and making wagons, and our The also furnish Linn-- . Hmiding aim has been to combine Stone, either (piart , t t"c or cut! Ordti.s proinptlv filled. Livingston, Ky. Durability and Easy Running with Aug. 16 1897 the Bust Bhake in existence. To the people of Rockcastle And if you wish to know whether county: The time n - come, when we have succeeded, ask our neighwe as Christians, must decide what bors. Prices reduced. we will do Vite for intemperance, Wm. H. Cocks. HOUSE SHOEING A or for molality. As for me I canMt. Veruon. Ky. SPECIALTY? not vote for all of the Republic; nominees. They promised before My r.eu shop i.s on Ttnioi A.eniif to let whisky go and we can near the PaptiM chiiicli. they did it. Go with me to i horte the conty seat, and take a look fflrl expt-c- t Cash foi tl'ere then decide whether we can shoeing. 1 love the believe them again. Republican parly b it I cannot or Louisville & Nashville. will not vote for a party that up Educate PHONOCnAPHY, FOR A holds whisky, nor do I wish to do Situation. harm to anyone but do wise to ele- filial aTBngfip.'i.v X eiegraph THli GltKAT TIIKOUGII vate the morals of our county by good men in office. putting II. W. Rick. VERNON LIME COMPANY HELLO!! C.irpets, Furniture Wall Paper, Caskets and Coffins. Straw Matting ail prices Pnpv. luive been reduced. on kind study ' If in need of .'my tiling of tho Manager, at Mt. Veruon, Ky. MRS. S. C. FRANKLIN. Lightness StrengtH fT jdic I! I Mr TMO'S TAYLOR Lo KY. !i MARBLE CUTTERS, BRODHEAD, Blacksmith, M'uiiimontft, 'J'oinltslones, and oi" all kinds in thai lii.c done on snort notice at ihe lowest rates write for osti-mawill sentl a it m; ti ymi to make (stiinates an givo J. 11 j riA.ALM. n. sc-ho- C.i-1- Lv & N I v iwe-wrrai- B flg 1 p-B,- "Fn (HI lllHiMSlrERFECTioH WHEM APPLIED TO 1 8 1 H aijjwiugyCTHanaOTcransi38ffliTT'WTiii'iiiaai Addm WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY., of oraduntoi i'iitjrl TRUNK LINE West EffiBnsfy MMiiai'Sfetf laiiyiijy Shi For circular of bis famous and leipunslUa TO TIIH CASTOR A I 5h COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY, UNIVERSITY Jlofors to thousands n , tV AKitrdnl JIcUhI at World'a lUpoIIIou. in porltlnm tyu, UUUI South . and WITH For Infants and Children. fit- ) nnvfiuanu, uifgrapay, Specialties caj-Tli- u Kentucky Unhcnlly Diploma, undc nwiinlcil ftnilii l.ltcran CiiuriefrM. -: ir.i.!?. ! 1 ntftrnnik. ....-.v'v Al tptlf)n. "".,'.' hate voir hi in rmrl. ... ,,.i.i. 'i tt. Pronounced by Exports tho Standard of tho World. Ask your doalor for WINCHESTER mako of Cun or Ammunition and tako no other. FREE:--Ou- r now Illustrated Catalocuo. WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., Now Havon, Ct. ta" WILBUR R.SMJITK.LKiNaTON.KY Rulman Palace Sleeprcs. : lx82&Z 7nm isv .i r!?w m . nriirrsciatBMangTumznioateiuahffOfajangmaqwiuagi T a"fttfTJiHjin7yrfUJTKCra5arei3 imm m run-awa- y t & , I h, 'Cam" Menifee says the Lord is Mrs. Mort Owens who has been CASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. still on his side.' Histeain ran away sick for some time, we are glad to N. M. Shumate was here from J. M. Norton, who has been with him and he was almost skin- say, is some better, his farm Monday. threshing wheat, says that it is betned but managed to patch himself ol began Monday Aug. 9th A. W. Stewart and John Coffey ter than ever known before in this sufficiently to coine to town two KY. county. He has been u resident atilKnim ins district, Miss Sallic were here Saturday. .. days afterward to carry a dollar to JHHL s for twenty years. HBKrfer iclier. ,"w "moved frbin :mrr"-?, tlie Signal,. - 11. P.. Mai tin has f mv 3WRt5w.ni.cTt5 Stanford. . ., For Sale. One cottage of four lrge Cummin's little daughter Dr. G. PI. Albright president of Cress, of Garrard, is at- rooms, good garden spot, s moke the Knox county fair association Bern? has been very sick but is t t J. M. house, cellar and well. Situated improving at this writing. tending Brodhcad Eair. liear Collegiate Institute. Liberal has favored us with a complimenIX Tjiere is a debate nnd spelling 4Q tary for their exhibition which R. W. Boulwarc, of Kingstoti, terms. Call at Signal office. at tlje Norton school house Friday takes place Sept. 1, 2, and 3rd at was visiting relatives here. SAVE MONEY ON PURCHASES Mrs. Polly Cummins, mother of Barboursville. The managers will night. Mr. Waller, the teacher says Mullins has a'hotel sign Wai. and Charlie Cummins, died Reuben give one of the best fairs iu the; every body is invited. erected at his new house. last Friday at her home near Brod-hea- mountains. On last Saturday night some unShe remained in a stupor Mrs. V. T. Brooks, of Paris, is s Our devil, Charlie Davis, one of known parlies went to Geo. Slid slept nearly all the time for visiting her parents here. the most industrious and best boys watermelon patch and after The burial took loul teen days. iu the county has set all the type eating all they wanted then destroy Offer many advantages to purchasers of Dry Goods, Clothing. Shoes, H. C. Jones, af Brodhead neigh- place Saturday. Hats, Carpets, &c. lor the Signal since last Thursday ed them the damage is about $25. borhood, called on us Saturday. No, you can't pay me for goods when our excellent foreman S. C. We are sorry to say we have such A. M. Bentley the wreck bos's ou got from one to five years ago, Franklin went to Lexington with people in our neighborhood. wds up from Livingston Tuesday. ut I can see you pass up and down his wife to visit his father and On last Sunday night week Joe Polite Attention. It will pay you to see then . Sam Mjers, near town, died the streets every few days loaded mother who lives near Lexington. Bray and son John and Thomas with goods wrapped in red wraplast night of consumption. The Sunday senool convention Moore went a coon hunting and W. A B. Davis. per. been" J. II. Reynolds, of Langford, was at Buckeye last Saturday was. a treed as they thought one, they Miss Maymee Jones has t and Nathan Bray, James Payne and here Thursday last. very suceesslul affair and was much visiting her uncle R. L. Jones at PVULLER W. B. Smith & Cc, have finisheJ enjoyed. picnic spread Wm Cummiirs guarded it untill A large Stanford. S. C. Franklin and wife have relu mcrlj .New comb Hotel their lime kiln and. will fire it in a was one of the nicest featurnes of morning, when they began to cut turned fiom a visif near Lexington ancFjolm McHargue and few days. They will make first HUGH MILLER, Prop'r James the occasion. There was an abun- the tree down they saw five coons MT VERNON, KY J. Robinson was in Saturday frolli class building lime as well as for dance and to spare of everything They then began to shoot not less A second hand heating Wanted ESyPorters meet all train.'. Pine Hill. fertilizing purposes. Lime from good to eat fixed up in .that excel- than fifty shots were fired, killed stove in good condition. Call at Comtner:ial Men's Headquarthis locality proved of great bene- lent style which the Buckeye peo four, then cut the tree and caught this office. S. Reppert aud wife of Raven-tvooJ. ters. fit scattered over land for above the other one there was eleven pie cannot be surpassed. were visiting the family of J. purposes. Mr. E. Payne, of Crab Orchard, dogs twenty seven persons which W. Nesbitt Saturday last. On a recent visit to Richmond we eleven of them were women. Now if and Miss Wright of Brodhead, We wish to thank our many found our good friend R. Lee Davis TefF and Joe Mitchell who were friends for their patronage during "head over heejs" at .work on the any one can beat this for a coon were mat ried here at the Joplin bur old school mates at Lowell in Hotel 011 Thursday iast. UNDERTAKER. the time we were in business in Register which is now ably Edi- hunt we would like to hear fiom 1870 arc two of Ricemolid's solid them. our old stand near the Newcomb ting. Mr. Davis is yet a young W. R. SMITH'S COLLEGE. citizens. or Miller hotel. Having located man but we arc told he and Crad-docLexington. Ky is where hundreds J. P. Reeder, of Knoxville, one of near the Christian churcn will be BRODHEAD. of clerks, farmer boys and others began newspaper work about the cleverest traveling meivon the pleased to hove our Iriends call on the same time. The reason this is have invested $00 for tuition and road gave us a pleasant call last us again. board for an education and are get said of him is the excellent work Saturday. Davis & Son. he turns out, but we know better Mrs. Polly Cummins is very ill. ting $1000 and over a year. Read 47 2 Mr. Cox, of Rowland, is in our ad. and keep this notice for refer-encar Bob is a natural bom pencil pusher. following names The J. W. Cornelius and J. G. Reedy aud town. '4 Remember in order that of Montpelier, Ind., were here on mentioned connection Keep your eye on the Register in your letters may r?ach this college U. S. see. what he does for it. business Saturday and were the with the office of Miss Jennie Reynolds is visiting to addt ess only W. R. Smith, Lex Kept in nll.'slco nml different ttylcs cloth guests of George McCoy. Commissionership to be established Acetylene GAs( We are now Oak Hill friends. carcrcil drupeil cnsltets, rolci, linen bosoms ington, Ky. S. D. cuffa ami ciillni. All order by telegraph to place on the market our peo at this place: James I. White. prepared Mrs. Dr Benton is the cuest of The Sional is a paper of the omptly nttcmlril to slit ynml niclit. Dr. S. C. Davis, J. S. Joplin' machines for generating Acetylene pie, so have your reccolection cap Lewis, relatives at Cynthiana, Ky. B. Fish and Snm Ward. The Gas. These machines are adapted J. on that peg of your remmember-ancViolet wind and rain did much , appointment will be made about foi lighting stores, factories, churchiu short "dout you forget it. when Judge Barr returns es and private residences. Small damage to corn here Tuesday last. Sept. 1st jjSBa33ftL BXPaawwcB. was at Paint Lick last from his summer vacatiou. The editor F L. Thompson who is drum-m- i towns and farmers can now have Friday and learned that the darkey tig for Glazebrook & Bro. gave as well as those in the We wish to inform the people gas midget, Norman was not killed by' cities, as each consumer controls his us a call Saturdaj . that it is utterly .'impossible for us hogs as stated. He was injured out to sell on time. So please don't own little gas plants, which is quite J. Thomas Cherry and 'M. G. PRACTICAL TllADC MAnKO, lias recovered. ' Ve" guarantee to furDESIGNS, Aldrige went to Stanfotd last week ask us that painful question. We .inexpensive. EMBALMER, &c. COPYRIGHTS Anrono icndlnjj n r.Uctoh and The Republican disttict commit- did sell on time and lost our nish six times as much light at less 011 their wheels, and the latter quickly ascertain, free, whether description may nn Invention la STANFORD, KY. probtbly patentable Coiumuiilcatlnm strictly tee met here last week to agree upon old stajid by it. We wish to ,scll than half the expense of ordinary broke down, they came in on the confldentlsl. Oldest ncency iYjre.iirlnjr patents WutdiiiiKtoit onlco. tn America. Wa havo "the manner of sglecting candidates good goods and as cheap, as any gas, electric lightor kerosene lamps. iron horse, one day later. Patents tainn tliroii'h lluim & Co. notice Iu tbo Yor Judge and Commonwealths at- one, but we can't afford to sell on A fast class agent is wanted in SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, A Complete Line of Coffins Caskets beautifully Illustrated, largest circulation of torney. A primary election was time and let jou carry your money every county tc sell our machines. any scientific journal, weekly, tcnns$3.U) yean Toledo Acetylene Gas Co., specimen copies and llAMi Srl.MsU montln. 'date fixed "to the cashstoie. 'decided upon and the Robes, &c. Telegraph orders, Ucitu oir 1'ate.vts sent free. Addrcjj UtfnntorL fin Srfon S,;0oa.!,h,n Toledo. Ohio. OIUHiuu nil DUUU tulnatoDateotf ' '"October 9th. Davis & Son. MUNN & CO., attended to promptly. YOUr IdflAm thftv mnv hrlncr vntl wealth. Prntct last week. Peter Slums last Saturday. Jack Adams sold to J. R. Baul; GUM3ULPIIUR. ware, of Kingston. 18 head one and A. Clontz bought rf bulea, Engine two year old steers lor $504. Ky Aug. 20 l897 and gris miil at Rowland. Mt. Vkknow Tom Cress iz teaching Copper Our new post :n.iMer and assistpeople good creek or triin too. t S. W, Davis lliaktt yOU a good ant are giving the ISntcrciUtlhcMt. Vcrn.n, K,., l.t offitc a. sec service and general satisfaction. man niittr. News hear is scarce but we have saddle, bridle or set ofharuess. . a verry bootiftill little village. Our subscription list has jumped Miss Georgia Creed, of Middles- I. & N. LOCL TIME CARD. boro, is visiting relatives here. upward two hundred within past Mr. Editor I see from your colums Day Mail North week. It seems like the people that old Buck Varnon is yet alive. 11:39 a m F. Ki tiger bought n lot of Willis are with us. Day Mail South 2:22 p m .iMirs. Ardilla Pennington iz r Night Ex. North 2:12a m Adams lying just west of the lime Pine Hill mines arc running four skule and they all like her Nigat Ex. South 1:09 am kiln. cars per day. They are adding to spfijidid. Ilenrj King, of Guinsulphur and tlreir force daily and will in near tb J. A. Landkum, Agent. Rev. Morgan preached two others subscribed for our paper this fttturc' work 150 or more men. Sunday, aud they was week. CHunCHES. Mrs. Jones accompaied by Mrs. good ones too. Cliustian Holds services lit &3rl Sunday He can .suit you in goods and M.iret aiid a party of their young nt lln.m. nml nt 0:30 jt. in. Iter, l'oncr Mr. Editor our town is noted all prices. Call on S. W. Davis and see friends made an excursion in wagpastor. over the univerce fur its purty gals them. ons to ihe Jones- farm and & its devotion to Deir.okrat party. l'resbytcriim Holds t.crv!ccs on the 4th Tuesday. Ike Pieston snared a large rattle Sunday licit, nnil on tin- 1st Sunday nt Mv Crops in jenneral look purty well. snake near Pine Hill and captured T. J. Pennington and Miss Ardilla ncston. Arch Roberts leeds in the water it alive. Tyree of this place were married at mellon crop. Granville Leece in lthiitlat Church Services on the, Second Gum Sulpher last Saturday. Their Sunday mid Snndny. S. W. Davis can make you a fiis Saturday nielli the hay crop. many friends extend best wishes School nt 'J u in etery Sunday, l'rnycr class pair of boots or' shoes. Call for their future welfare. " Itcv. J C Jeff Peuniugton pade us a visit m'cctiiiK on Tuesday nights. aud sec him. j istor. Sunday & plaid the point of gitting C. Fv. Portman is house keeping John Watson and" daughter, of in the residence of T. T. Cress Mr. him a wife, Miss Ardilla Tyree, and MASONIC. Pulaski were visiting the family of Squire Owens he tide the not at Portmrfn is a our barber und is a Ashland Lodge Xo. (!I0 meets every Sechouse of Bill Kings. Jonas McKinzie nice clever gentleman. Our people the ond Saturday nt 1 . m. We would be glad for our friends arc giving him a good run of custom. Allow me to take my old pen & to send to this office a few copies tri to elucidate you just how much The editor feels complimented OTHERWISE. LOCAL of last week's Signal. Wesley i mean John Wesley over the visit of numerous friends J. Baker izgoin to flax Henry Katem Andrce, who lett Spitzburgen in this' week who called to extend it makes me feel like axin wher is all prices by S. W. Davis July by balloon for North pole, has their good will and support in Saddles, I but thete is no use to tell yer not been heard from. the cause of free speech and liberty '. John Gauglit is visiting Lexingfur yer will see, 575 iz morjor-it- y Isaac Snodgrass is fireman on of the press. ton. jist tells what Dick will doo fur the steam drill and telegraph operabig boy at his . Hob Nortin has a TO CURR A COLD IN ONK DAY. the other man, will be a plenty., Iz tor at Murrays crusher. Take Laxative Bromo Quine Tab- mity notion hol'o.viug rite hear fur house. Deputy Nels Griffin arrested one lets. All druggists refund money Dick. Editor Martz is travling for an Purmesc in Estill county last week if it fails to cure. For sale by M. Ohio house. C. & D. N. Williams and Win charged of uroonshining. Weber druggist. Mrs. Susan Henderson was in WABD. Jonas McKenenzie is agent foi town Tuesday. Notick I have a 'few blank rehe Champion mowing machines Krujjcrs lime kill will be finished and Birdsell wagons now on ceipts dated from the birth to Mrs. Alice B. Cromer has moved Adam to the death of the devil iu a few days. jubtt hands. I would be glad for those who owe her store near Wabd. Egbert Walton was injured by a Mrs. Mary Hayes, near Wildie, 111c and don't intend to pay me to Henry the little sou of Wm. Warteam. had a cow to choke to call and get. W, A. B. Davis. rens is very ill was In from Quail death from eating apples one day Mt. Vernon Signal S. V. Davis can suit you in bri dies. fj all n NteS u tarns H xi n u Vsasaa liszxa 0 fcj fessa S 'a j 1 cnu-cia- u , a a WK AW ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT 7 0 " UK EXCLUSIVE USE OF T11L WORD ''CASTOBIA, ' 'ND CASTOBIA," AS OUK TRADE MARK. j f uuw feV'M Hh&h Em UP fe? .n "PITCHER'S teach-jng'ou- ar - Rock-crush- er per. - JSp one nas authority jrom me to use my ndine except The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher iz AP Jw? and has the signature of y&ZT&ecS .O'-VZ- SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," 'he same that has borne and docs now m everU tear ihe facsimile signature of wrapper. " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," whm nas been This is the original used in the homes of the Mothers of America for thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and sc Mt it is the kind you have always bought on the -7, DR. feOTtt iJ ,f cr y WhK . President. March 8, 1897, Q& j SM- - ,p Do Hot Be Deceived, 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. Car-jnlea- l, "The BEARS THE EM You Have Always Bought" FAC-SIMIL- E SIGNATURE OF $ pss$& ssssssssssssaS1 Insist on' The Kind That Fever Failed You. THE tINTAUR COMPANY. TT MunnAY "TACIT, NCWYOItrt Olt. 27-6- 111 DAVIS & -- DEALERS IN- - son $5o-doll- ar General Merchandise. Couie to see us. Will tell you honest goods at fair pi ices. Co,T; Old Main and Church Sts., WT. VERNON, -- r e inutes Betwee Trains. d. Severance Large Stock, & Son, Lev-issay- STANFORD, KY., Low Prices. 47-2- 1 house, d W1ULIS GRIFFIN, k 1 e. F!fE COFINS e, ISMS Mill J. C. McClary, UNDERTAKER. receive-spocln- l , 47-,-- jt Wrli'o JOHN WKUncitUUKN & CO., Patent Attorneys, Waihlncton, 1). o.,for (heir Jl.Btx) prlxo oiler adO list or two tiUtidroU ijYOntlona wauled. lJii'udKin, Kuw York. MINERS' STRIKE. Monday Was Fraught With Ex- citing Incidents. Mutiny in the Strikers' Camp, a der in the Deputies' Ranks. Mur- Filing of Crlmtnnl nncl Civil Suit Agnlnst tlio Drarmlts nml tho Hearing In tho Injunction Case Against Dolnn nml Others Krpt Itoth Sides Itimr. riTTSnuitoir, l'a., Aug. 17. Monday was fraught with exciting incidents in matters pertaining to tho miners' strike. Mutiny in tho strikers' camp, n, murder in the deputies' rnnks, filing of criminal and civil suits against tho Dearmits, and tho hearing in the injunction case against President Dolan and others, kept both sides to tho struggle busy and on the qui vive all day long. The hearing in the injunction case before Judges Stowo and Collier was perhaps ono of tho most important and interesting held in the Pennsylvania court. It was a hearing in which both capital and tho rights of labor were interested, and the decision is expected to have a telling effect on the conduct of the great coal miners' strike which has been on since July 5. From the testimony adduced and from the expressions of the court, it can safely be said that there will be some surprises. That the injunction will be materially modified there can be no doubt, which on its face would indicate a victory for the strikers. The preliminary decree has been continued pending a consultation of the judges, and an opinion will probably be handed down some time Tuesday. Judge Collier said in court Monday that the strike would go down in history as one of the wonders of the century and remarkable on account of the utter lack of disorder, for which tho strikers are commended and have the Said he: sympathy of the court. "There can be no question as to what our duty is under all the testimony, but I am somewhat in doubt as to whether or not the order should be modified. We can not determine this without a consultation." Judge Stowe said Monday evening: "This injunction will not justify tho issuing of an attachment against any marchers who are found in company with the men named in the injunction." He let it be xznderstood that the injunction is not so sweeping as has been thought; that only the five men named William Cinr-nc- r, in the writ Patrick-anCameron Miller, Uriah Hclling-haand Edward McKay are restrained from marching or tresspassing on the company's property. The others mentioned can be only those found in company of the five named in the inm I- -- ! junction. As near as can bo learned, tho strikers, under the injunction, can march, but not at stated times, as long as they are not in company with any of these defendants. In addition to tho civil suits entered against President W. P. Dcarmit by his former employes for wages, three criminal suits have been brought against Samuel Dearmit, a brother of the president. Mrs. Anna Crotoi, who was evicted Saturday by Samuel Dearmit, has brought a criminal suit, charging assault and battery. She says in her charge that her husband was not at home and Dearmit took her by the shoulders and threw her out of the house. She says ho held a hatchet above her head und threatened to kill her. Her two children (ono a sick boy) wero also thrown out of the house. John Crotoi, her husband, also sues He claims that Dearmit for larceny. after evicting his wife and children and throwing his household goods in tho road, Dearmit took away with him a gallon keg of wino and a S10 revolver of Crotoi's and has sinco refused to return them. Writs and warrants will be served on Dearmit Tuesday morning. Tho conference of labor leaders announced for Monday night was postponed until Tuesday night. Two deputies, Robert Kerr and Frank Anderson, employed as guardians of the New York and Cleveland Gas Coal Co., fought Monday afternoon, and as a result Kerr can not live. Anderson Is proprietor of a dive on Water street, this city, and is known as a bad man. He was in charge of tho deputies at Sandy creek. Kerr, who lives at McKcc's Rocks, is a river pilot by occupation. He has served before as a deputy during strikes. Jockey Ilailly Hurt. Cincinnati, Aug.17. Jockey Milburn, tho clever light weight who rides for Kespcss & Co., mot with a serious acciA dent in the third race at Newport Monday. He was on Dr. Ed., a SO to 1 shot. At tho half mile post ho attempted to go through the bunch with his mount, but his horse stumbled and the boy fell to the ground. When picked up It was found that Milburn was badly hurt. His right leg was broken at tho hip, and it is thought that ho is injured internally. Antwerp, Aug. 17. Tho steamer with tho Gcrlanche Artie expedition on board, sailed at 10 o'clock Bel-gic- An Artlo Expedition Sails. Mon-do- y morning. Crowds of people assembled to bid f arwell to tho explorers, who wero heartily cheered as tho Bel-gic- a left port. It is expected that tho expedition will arrive at Graham's Land early in December. The crew of the lielglca numbers 21 men. She has on board provisions for two years. Two Killed an d Three llndly Hurt, St. Tiieiiksk, Que,, Aue. 17. A Canadian Pacific train from La Chute struck a carriago containing five per-"soat a crossing near the station Monday morning. Two wero killed and three others badly injured. Instantly Killed by n Train. Stkubenvili.k, O., Aug. 17. Samuel Adams, of Warrenton, was struck and Instantly killed by a W. & L. E. freight train between Wnrrenton and Lone Run Monday morninsr. disappointing. It was thought enough 3 men could be procured to run the mino Left Illm Gucsrilntr. i in full. The agents worked hard, but "I don't know whether I have been comREMOVE THEGAUSE BY i SYNDICATE FORMED found about of the men in plimented, or not," said Chollie. i "What is the occasion?" asked his friend. i For tho Purposo of Searching for Pearls In full sympathy with the demand of 09 "Miss Kigg told mc she believed I was an Arkansas Lake. cents, while tho remainder were afraid more intelligent than I pretended to be." STIMULATING THE LIVER, 1 Little Rock, Ark., Aug. 11. For a to go to work. Indianapolis Journal. month or moro the people living near Brutally Munlrrcil and ltohhed. Try Allcn'M I'oot-Esi- r, i Making the poison move on and out, and purifying the blood. Bald Knob, Arlc, have been finding Piiu.AiK.i.riii., Aug. 1". C. A powder to be shaken into the shoes. At valuable pearls in a lake near that Wilson, aged about 55 years, William proprietor this seaRon your feet feel Bwollcn and hot, I The effect is ALMOST UN51A1N1 AlNnuud. place. Hundreds of people have been of Wilson's circulating library I A niCC whose sensitive organism is especially prone to sick headaches, DO i at No. and get tired easily. If opening mussel shells in search of the 1U0 Walnut street, was brutally mur- feet or tight shoes, try you have smarting L All I CO NOT SUFFER, for you can, by the use of CASCARETS, be Allen's pearls, and some rare gems have been dered Monday night in his place of It cools the feet and makes walking easy. I i Cures and prevents swollen and sweating found, some being sold for as much as business. Tho crime was evidently feet, blisters and callous spots. Relieves EiiaiHiaiammmiMMiaiaiMMiaMMiaiaiHiaiaiaiaiaiaMiHm 8300. committed by thieves who deliberately corns and bunions of all pain and gives rest A special from Bald Knob says that nnd comfort. Try it today. Sold for their victim NEJhT. a syndicate of Memphis parties have lay in wait him, accomplished and, sifter druggists and shoe stores for 25c. bv all Trial murdering their pur- package FREE. Address, Allen leased the lake for a term of fivo years pose of robbery. S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. for 810,000. They will build a fence around tho lake and begin with a steam Candy Liver niemcinG. Will Itviwino Next Moml.ty. A man will get up earlier to go fishing dredger. They will also erect an eleL.vwiiiiNCK, Mass., Aug. 17. The rethan for any other purpose. Washington gant club house. Tho lake is said to pairs in progress at the Methtien cot- Democrat. bo tho richest pearl producer in tho ton mills ut Methuen are being pushed THE MARKETS. jl'EEPING abreast with United States. forward rapidly and it is expected the inventions of this operations will bo resumed in some of QarJ CINCINNATI. Aug. Id ti&enti iiour name cm a Mnyflelcl People Elope. Tho age, we, by modern maMayfield, Ky., Aug. 11. Ben. F. the departments next Monday, which Livr. butchers common! 1 2S 3 10 4 () Select down Ilobson, a I. "!. in Ohtaiogiie fi liveryman of mills itshut stated August 7, nt HUuTr-aftchinery, compress our time was that they would bo IJOC.H Common to good light... ft 'J5 a oro , ik) this city, and Mrs. R. J. Ncal, tho young idle three weeks 05 a 4 10 Mixed imckcrs powdered Dr. M. A. Simwife of a physician, have left tho town r.lj,'ht shippers 4 (M 10 Won by tlio Argonaut. 2 K (it3 35 together for unknown parts. Ilobson mons' Liver Medicine into ft 00 d 'fl.ewriTcwi VTYt ft W- tochnlco l'liu.ADKM'HM, Aug. 17. The left behind a wife and several children, 3 10 KLOUK- - Winter family 3 30 tablets and sugar coat shell, race for tho American chamNo. 2 red two of whom are grown. Tho elopeM4 No. 3 red pionship, which was ordered to bo them. i. ') JHARTSBDRWS SHADEROLLERV ment has caused great excitement. Corn -- No. 2 mixed rowed over by tho referee of the naOnts No. 2 Consumers can either .Poll Tax Suit. Kyo-2 eh n tional regatta, because of the crews NOTICE 00 50 m oir tr- - jM Louisvillk, Ky., Aug. 11. Seven citi- fouling ono another nt the turning HAY rrlmo to chocioporlt swallow the tablets whole HAUK TnV9m7f PltOVISIONS-Me- ss ut, u 'a JLMfw LABEL zens of Louisville have brought suit stake on Saturday, was won Monday T..uTil iwn nrr I'rlino hteuni 25 or chew them up and swaldairy. THE GENUINE against tho city to collect poll tax paid by tho Argonaut Rowing club of To10J4 I'rlmo l choice ricamci y... low with water. The during tho last four years. They hold ronto, Can. APl'I.KS-.l'ehhl 50 2 00 iRTSHDl) I 75 POTATOKS-1- 'it bill S3 that tho tax is illegal. TJio suit brought candy sugar coating exI'he May Die. NKW vonif. is a test suit. If successful poll taxes Savannah, (hi., Aug. 17. 7 cludes the air, protects the Can be mncloivorking 4 rtOUrt-Wln- tcr patent. &00 to tho value of 850,830 must bo re- o'clock Monday morning nt thoAbout $12 to governform. Pnrtfoflnreferred who DIM No. 2 red nn I'lt'A thoii u tint timn purified medicine from turned. works on Tybee island, an ment 2 in xcd o. t' Rpare hours, tho buflnesP. lj:it TVBEIC.ably employed. Good openingin 0 33 though, moy bo pro lit 22 HYK Prominent Woman Adjudged Insane. . microbic influences, prennhhinrr a lint cur nn nn Innllnn or town nnd city work n a well ai country dUtrlcts, 41H J. E. UUTOJtD. Hth nnd Muln Stre eti, RICHMOND. V. OwENsnono, Ky., Aug. 11. Mrs. Al- - plane to the band chute, could not bo POItIC ctl New Mess 8 00 8 75 vents the possibility of 4 75 mira Miller, 73 years of age, widow of stopped by the engineer, and tho car LAUD Wostcrn deterioration from atmosCHICAGO. tho lato R. F. Miller, has been ad- plunged over tho chute. Six men were 4 20 40 judged insane and was taken to An- precipitated 20 feet below. Five of Fr.OIin Winter patents BTOOK, COAL, HAY, ORAIN. Dll CPU A II V pheric changes, insuring 88 H 87 OKAIN Wheat No. Crod AMP COTTON SCALES. DUrTALUf M. chorage Asylum Tuesday. Sho is a them are badly Injured nnd may die No.2 Chicago spring 84tf BK perfect purity and full member of a prominent pioneer family o. 2 an2 Wlililicy Habit cured Sculptor Dead. W 2 o. I73 of Daviess county. strength when taken, and NKW Yoiik, Aug. 10. Johnson M. I'OUK-MM. 7 lr 8 00 WOOL1.HV.M.D., Atlanta, Will particulars BontF.Ki:U. II.Oa I 40 4 3?K LAUD Steam Mundy, the sculptor, died Monday in a makes it pleasant to Post Office Burned. KG,r IIALTIMORU. SCOTIIIt gliea sanitarium at Geneva, N, Y., 04 Quick relief take as candy. Tablets 4 50 I testimonials and curei cliiTa Bluffton, Ind., Aug. 11. Ponoto years. Ono of tho best known aged his Wont tV of caiei. Send for book of and VI 2 DOJiC by firo that destroyed tho works is a marble bust of was visited treatment free. Dr. II. n.uums'BBo.13, 10 iii.ou.Tji. contain only the powdered Southern Wheat 02H post ofllco and general store of Samuel Douglass in tho capital at Frederick 3.1 Corn Mixed 3254 WashingJLiver Medicine, same as OiitH-2 whllo.. 27 RFT niUII nUICKLy- .Send for "300 Intention, Henley, Mosuro's barber shop, Usher's ton. Ho also mado a statue yir.ll. WirTil.lo,84n'wij,S.r. ny, of WashII jo No. 2westorn... 4'JK Loss, ington Irving that is drug "storo and a residence. sold in packages by Dr. TTI.R-I'l4 30 4 00 considered a mas- HOGS Western quality. 4 30 4 40 54,000. Tho firo originated from a gas terpiece. M. A. Simmons and we ; EMalfcf MSaWlll ;1 aM INDIANaI'OLIS jet in Henley's store. Good Demand for Woolen one-half of Magoffin county, clerk of tho court of appeals. Contrary to tho expectations of many, tho republican state convention which was held In Muslo Hall, this city, Tuesday, for the purposo of nominating a clerk of the court of appeals, was cntlro harmonious In Its work. Thero was an Idea In somo quarters that there would bo a bitter fight between tho Bradley and Iluntcr-Tod- d factions, but tho generalship of tho party on and off tho floor leaders of tho convention prevented tho anticipated clash. Tho state and national administrations wero endorsed and civil servlco was opposed along the lines laid down by tho Ohio republican convention. In other words, according to tho Kentucky republican view, civil service Is good enough In Its way, but there nro certain offlcos which (should bo removed from Its control. Tho convention was a quiet one. Thero was no enthuslsam to speak of, the only real coming when tho speakers referred to civil service reform. The convention hall was moderately Small flags graced the gas Jets clear around tho outsldo of tho balconies and along walls, whtlo largo flags were tastefully tho draped over tho main doorway In tho rear of tho hall. From tho domo In tho ccntor a gigan tic specimen of "old glory" swayed lazily. Tho lmmenso stago was draped with a half dozen large flags, whtlo high above Its center In tho ales was a plcturo of Prcstdont McKlnlcy. Under tho inspiring storms of tho "Enquirer March" tho 1,000 or moro delegates took their scats at two o'clock. A noticeable fcaturo was tho largo sprinkling of colored delegates. At ":W tho stalwart form of Temporary Chairman Dcboo appeared upon tho platform. At tho conclusion of 'Senator Deboo's speech tho regular convention routine was taken up. The several congressional district delegations announced tho members of tho different committees elected at tho district conventions In tho morning. Chairman Dcboo then announced two committeemen from tho stato at largo on each of the committees. Tho committees wero then sent out to deliberate Tho commltteo on permanent organization wasTflo first ono to report. Tho report recommended the election of Judgo Gcorgo Denny, of Fayette county, for permanent chairman, and J. Speed Smith, of Madison county, for permanent secretary. Both of these gentlemen ncccpted the trusts Imposed upon them. At tho conclusion of Judgo Denny's speech tho convention adjourned until 8 o'clock. At' 8 o'clock tho convention convened and tho commltteo on credentials mado its report. Thero wero contests In only thrco out of 110 counties, and In each of tho threes the decision regulars. Tho was In favor of tho report of tho committee was approved by tho unanimous voto of tho convention. Tho commltteo on resolutions thon mado its report which was adopted by a unanimous standing vote. Resolved by tho republican party In conven tlon assembled:. First That we affirm tho principles of the republican party as set forth In tho platform adopted by It at St. Louis In 189a Second That wo Indorse tho republican national and stato administrations, and especial, ly commend tho action of our prcsenstato officials In their efforts to suppress mob vlolenco and to preserved the financial credit of the state. Third Wo commend tho action of the repreo sentatives of the republican party In tho of a tariff bill which will ralso revenuo sufficient to support tho government, prevent bonds, protect the issue of interest-bearin- g American labor and maintain tho national credit. Fourth Wo are opposed to n system of civil servico that builds up an official class practically n life tcnuro In almost all branches of tho public service and wo demand that tho civil service bo so modified as to limit tho terms of servico to four years, with tho privilege of reappointment or promotion subject to such restrictions as will sccuro competent officials and to every section of tho country its proper proportion of them. "Fifth Wo heartily sympathlzo with tho struggling people of Cuba In their efforts to secure liberty and Independence. Sixth That wo recommend to the people tho adoption of tho constitutional amendment submitted by tho last legislature, allowing all cities and towns tho privilege of regulating under legislative supervision, the method of levying tho taxes they impose on themselves for city and town expenses. James G. Ballcy, of Magoffin county, was then nominated for clerk of tho court of appeals by Secretary of Stato Charles O. Fin-leand John Feland, Jr., of Christian county, by W. II. Uaird, of Logan county. Mr. Feland withdrew, and tho nomination of Mr. Ballcy was mado unanimous. Mr. Bullcy accepted In an eloquent speech. Tho convention then, at 10:20 p. m., adjourned slno die. nt d. pas-sagy, HON. J. O. BAILEY, Of Mngofnn County, the ItepubUcnn Cnndli date for Clerk of tho Court of Appculs-llradle- y's Administration Indorsed Platform Adopted. Signs Loujbviluc, Ky., Aug. 11, Jnmcs O. Bailey, CONSERVATIVES. of Division in Thoir Ranks Already Visible. and Followers Opposed to tlio Ideas of Gen. Azcarraga. Robedo riiotlenoral Wants to Tako Advautngoof tho Opposition tnlteorgntilro tho Party and i:ilxiw ltohcdo Out Opinions of Secretary Sherman's Declaration. conservative, have been questioned concerning certain declarations recently attributed to Secretary Sherman and they assure me that they do not attach any importance to them, even if true, bccintho nil Spanish politicians and tho government always draw tho line between the opinion and utterances of Secretary Sherman and President They nro firmly convinced that "the statesmanship, foresight and spirit of justice of the president would easily overrule tho prejudices of the secretary of state, even If the traditions of the latter oiliee did not oblige Mr. Sherman to understand the expediency of abstaining from compromising expression of opinions formerly compatible with the Independent position of a member of the senate, but not with that of a minister of the great republic." The crisis will receive its solutiott in San Sebastian after they all 'confer with the queen. According to an ancient political custom of Spain, no alteration in the cabinet Is etiquette before nine days elapse after the death of Cnnoras. Signs of division already are visible in tho ranks of tho conservative party. Romero Robedo, backed by the protectionists at home and the Cuban reactionary party, objects to the Ideas of (icn. Azcarraga. n (Jen. Azcarraga and tho duke of want to take advantage of the excellent disposition of the opposition to reorganize the party nnd to elbow Romero out. Should Romero, with his turbulent spirit, make mischief he simply will hasten the advent of tlio liberals into olllce, a solution which would be equally well received by the nations as tho best means to pave the way to a settlement of the Cuban question, and the relations with the United states. Considerable satisfaction has been caused In court and otllcial circles by the news that (len. Woodford, tho new United States minister, has postpoued his arrival until the end of August, and will not present his credentials uritil tho first week in September. This will give the queen regent ample tinfgvto settle tho domestic policies olff and the ministerial crisis, with;. Azcarraga, who will reach San thin Thursdnv. as tho n probably leader of tlfc'tni Te-tua- prints the following dispatch from San Sebastinri, prefacing it with a statement that it has passed through tlio hands of tho Spanish censor: Senor Castelar and several other leading statesmen, botli liberal and Nnw Yoitit, Aug. 17. Tho World D. fc O. Improvements. S5 MACKINAC AND RETURN. Tho work of straightening the track and II. & D. and D. & C. Stoamer. Personally reducing the grade at Tabbs Station on the Conducted Tour. Raltimoro & Ohio On Thursday, August 20, tho C. H. & D. second division of thecompleted, and tho recently JVy, in connection with tho D. & C. Stonm railroad was use the new lino was No, 1, the first train to Nav. Co,, will give their Annual Mnckinao New York and St. Louis flyer. A heavy Excursion at the low rato of Five Dollars boen elimthrco bad for tho round trip. Return ticket good up grade and this work. curves have at Meyer's inated A milo cast, to nnd including steamer leaving Macklnao Hole, aby improvement has also been similar 8 p. m,. Saturday, September 4. These nro Several completed after months of given to familiarize the peopls with tho revcrso curves and a nasty work.dangerous and great lakes and Michigan as a health and dip arc done away with at this point. Near pleasure resort stato. Ladles and children Myer's Hole, traveling alono can participate in this track is beingat Tablersthe alignment of the materially changed, and, as in excursion with porfect safety, froo from the other two improvements, und grades worry and enjoy a genuine pleasure trip. A and sharp, annoying regular employe of tho O. It. & D. R'y will moved. This part of curves arc being retho work conduct tlio party. Special train will leavo in sixty days and then a scries will be done of very danC. II. & D. depot, Cincinnati, 9:00 a. m., gerous places will have been entirely reHamilton 0:45 a. m., Dayton 10:45 a. m.; moved. This work in its entirety means the arrive Toledo 8:05 p. m. Lcnvo on steamer Alpena shortly after arrival. Arrlvo De- hauling of several additional cars in each freight train, besides reducing tho danger troit and visit city samo ovening. Tho of derailments to almost nothing. The secleavos following morning for Mnck-uato A daylight ride through tho St. Clair ond division, running from Cumberlandcons will Flnts to Tort Huron, thenco out into tho Brunswick, more soon be inoperated than cheaply broad waters of Lako Huron. Arrival at dition and tho Island will bo noon Saturday. Special ever. rates at hotels to excursionists Only $3.00 Innultcd. more to Manmotto than tho Mackinao rato. Tcnsnot Why are you so angry at the Bide trip to " Boo," 2; to Snow Islands, U. doctor? s early. Clrculnrs Secure your Mrs. I told and information on application to agents tcrriblo Talkalot Whentold mo him I had a to show him tired feeling he C. II. & D. R'y, nnd agents of connecting my tongue N. Y. Truth. Huos, or address D. G. Edwards, Pass. Traffic Manager, Cincinnati, O. IIlRliIr Illuatrntcil Pnbllcntlon, Descriptive of Ynllowstono National Park. A Pnrtncr In Crime. Black Hills, Summer Tours to the North and "Parson," said the dying man. "do you Northwest, Tours to Colorado, Pacific Coast bclicvo in a deathbed confession? in Northern "Under certain circumstances," said tho Biid Puget Sound, Farm s Wyoming and Missouri, Nebraska and reverend gentleman. Homes Washington and the Puget Sound "Well, it ia this way. Years ago I was a passenger on the Great Consolidated Street Region will be mailed freo by the undersigned. Send fifteen cents for a large colruiiway." ored wall map of the United States or a pack "Yes, go on." of superior playing cards. L. W. Wakelcy, "Oil, Iliatc to tell it." G. P. A., Burlington Route, St. Louis, Mo. "Go on." "And one day in a moment of vicious insanity, I beat them out of a nickel fare!" Pnn for Her. Ilcsank back exhausted. "Does Miss Merry smilo upon your suit, "Listen," said the reverend man, "it may Chumplcy?" comfort you. Can you hear me?" "Smile? She laughs till you can hear her "Yes, yes." a block every time 1 propose." Detroit Free "You needn't feel so worried about beat- Press. ing that gang of robbers out of a paltry nickel I oeat 'cm every chance I get I" Since P. M. Sharpies, of West Chester, And the dying man passed away with a Pa., has delivered to Mr. W. I. Moody, of peaceful smile Cleveland Plain Dealer. Nashua, Iowa, 500 Dairy Separators for use in the new system whereby tho farmers aro saved 10 cts. per 100 lbs. of milk, he has reQuern fc Crescent. During the Tennessee Centennial and In- ceived orders from five other Creamery ternational Exposition at Nashville, Tenn., Managers for similar outfits. a low rate special tariff has been established Don't have your head turned too quickly for the sale of tickets from Cincinnati and other terminal points on the Queen &, Cres- when folks brag on you for roasting others. They may be trying to get you into trouble. cent Route. Washington Democrat. Tickets arc on sale daily until further notice to Chattanooga at $0.75 one way or $7.20 Fits stopped free and permanently cured. round trip from Cincinnati, the round trip tickets being good seven days to return; No fits after first day's use of Dr. Kline's other tickets, with longer return limit, at Great Ncrvo Restorer. Free $2 trial bottle & treatise. Dr. Kline, 033 Arch st., Phila., Pa. $9.00 nnd nt $13.50 for the round trip. TlieBC rates enable the public to visit "Yoll Innt trnillln1 1,1 mon " "T nm Nashville and other Southern points at rates never before offered. Vestibulcd trains of My wife has threatened to leave me, and the finest class are at the disposal of the 1 m afraid she won't." passenger, affording a most pleasant trip, and enabling one to visit the very interPiso's Cure is a wonderful Cough mediesting scenery nnd important cine. Mrs. W. Pickert, Van Siclcn and in nml about Chattanooga, Lookout Moun- Blake Avcs., Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 20, '04. tain and Chickamauga National Military A rli!TnrfinsA nf tnotna Sn tnl-nPark. Tickets to Nashville to visit the to r. Centennial can bo repurchased at Chatta- strain on the affections. George Eliot. n..l nooga for $3.40 round trip. Ask your ticket njent for tickets via Cincinnati and the Q. Ilnll'i Catarrh Cure &. C. Route South or write to W. C. RINKARSON, Gcn'l Pass'r Agent, Is taken internally. Price 75c. V. Al-oc. first-classtato-roomTit-Bitbattle-grounds o MRS. CURTIS, NEW YORK,' Tolle Hor Bxporlonco With Ovaritis. A dull, throbbing pain, accompanied by n sense of tenderness and heat low down In tho side, with an occasional shooting pain, indicates inflammation. On examination it will bo found that tho region of pain shows somo swelling. This is tho first stago of ovaritis, inflammation of tho ovary. If the roof of your houso leaks, my sister, you havo it fixed at once ; why not pay tho samo respect to your own body ? Doyoullvo miles away from a doc tor? Then that Is all the more reason why you should atonce, or you will soon bo on tho flat of your back. You need not, you tend to yourself at , ought not jfHjM2wrNNL ynl to let your-- .' self go, when ono of M$HHHHP1 your own seSC s nHKWgp sex holds outthohelp-- 1 ing hand to vou, and will advise you without money and without price. Write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., and tell her all your symptoms. Her cxpcricnco in treating female) ills is greater than any other living person. Following Is proof of what wo say: " For nine years I sufFered with female weakness in its worst form. I was in bed nearly a ycat: with congestion of the ovaries. I also suffered with falling of tho womb, was very weak, tired all the time, had such headaches as to make mc almost wild. Was also troubled with leucorrhcea, and was bloated so badly that somo thought I had dropsy. I have taken several bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham'3 Vegetable Compound, nnd several of her Blood Purifier, and am completely cured. It is a wonder to all that I got well. I shall always owe Mrs. Pink-haa debt of gratitude for her kindness. I would adviso all who suffer to tako her medicine." Mns. Annib Curtis, Ticondcroga, N. Y. m EDUCATIONAL. FRANKLIN COLLEGE: Senators, (lovurnors, Ac i IHOayr.t 8 coarsest com bo for I. U l'h. I)., Aci catalog free, with pi nn to earn fundi) CO per cent, to agent. w.A.Wiluams, !.!., Pre sSSS&A X. Cincinnati, O. Tl I Bliss School of Electricity, m party. MlNumlcratood. "Well, I played golf with my wifo this morning," said the man at the club. !DDi&i!!!DaaaaOODDDDDaDD3DDDDD39D9a&99QOD0ds99EV "Which won?" said the man at the little table. NAE HASTE Thojirst man looked up, twisted his mouth around n bit, started to say some- - & HURRY THE WORK DON'T tllllir. lillfr ..f cr.tl.Afl .,S, '.v .I. .unfit. The other one looked up. UNLESS YOU USE "Which won?" he repeated. VI,lfli nn?" .nl.l iUn nltirr nnirrllir. P'What do you think I nm, a Turk or aMor- anon: iiuuaio inquirer. All the talent some men have is a real loud voice. Washington Democrat. O-W.ASXMJVG-l'OIV. B The only Institution teaching practical electrical engineering eielmlely I.nlinrntnrr equipment ex. ccflent. INSTKUOTION' THK BE8T. C.uim opens October 1. UrCATAI.OUUES ON Al'I'LICATlON. "FOOL'S IS SPEED." g l I I Th Strlkfra nntit lttc.1. 'Hl. " 'i Confinement nml Hard Work PiTTHiiirniin. Pn.. Alio-- . 17. Tiiumir" Indoors, particularly in the sitting posture, advantage of the suspension of march- arc far more prejudicial to health than exing, a number of men went to vork cessive muscular exertion in the open air. during the morning at the Oak Hill J lard ecdentary workers are far too weary mitliw.immimNim.mitiitmiMit.im mine. They wore gotten in by strati gy, after office hours to take much needful exercise in They often need 1 and the strikers were outwitted. Whcro the open air.seek invigoration a tonic. 1 more can they been at certainly and agreeably than from Ilostet-tcr'- s Agents of the company huvo Stomach flitters, a renovant partial-lailwork among the strikers for over a Poisonous matter, instead of feeing thrown out, is r eafcsorbed into 5 i adapted to recruit tho exhausted force week, and although they have induced blood. When this poison reaches the delicate brain tissue, it Use also for dyspepsia, kidney, i the some to return, the result has lwen of nature. rheumatic ailments. liver and causes congestion and that awfyh dull, throbbing, sickening pain. I SAPOLIO ! "waytVt "wl 1 'I l SICK HEADACHE ler. y m Foot-Eas- SOMETHING ST Relieved Like Magic. n i vl l STOCK-Catlr tlc. Ptl well-know- n RAT.VKS--Ku- .1 U SHnKI'.-CholcLAMUS-fioo- e pair-oare- d GKAIN-Wh- eat No. 11 11 4 HUTTI'.K-Ulinl- ro U r 1 1 jwm $35i j tlA0ZI7!L CO A cn-fin- COUN-N- I OATS-Mlx- 4 Weeks Scale Works, ,111111(1- - COUN-NOATH-N- vsh finill VI llllfll FLOUU-Fam- lly GUAIN-Wlieat-- No. nPODQV rw BK No. - rbt -- . Fish Seiners Fined. Vincennes, Ind., Aug. 11. Frank nayward, William Watson and Thomas Perry were arrested hero by E. E, Earl, deputy fish commissioner, for violating tho now fish law. All pleaded guilty mid, were fined 825.50 each. I., Aug. 17. Tho Corn No. 2 mixed,., Oats No. 2 mixed Lonsdale Co.'s cotton mills started MonLOUISVILLE. day nfter a week's shut-dowgiving PLOUtt employment to about 5,000 operatives. GltAIN-Whot-- Winter patent 2 rrd It is stated here that the demand foV Corn Mined Outs Mjxcd woolen and cotton goods is on tho..ln-proasPOKIC-M- uss PltOVIDKNCK, R. mid Cotton Ooods. GKAIN-Wheat-N- o.8 82H 27 17 his successors, since 1840. Frlce 25 Cents p;r Facksgi. g Beat (Jougb Syrup. Tastes Good. Oso ia uruo. Bom nr druggists. UUHtS WMtHt ALL USE (AILS. jl I U3g"lfigfcMTSraMWl 1670 8 75 4 Nn. 00 IB 20 l C. F, Simmons Medicine Co, nn O n. LAUU-Slcu- ro, - 0 4 0,'H St, Louis, proprietors, A. N. K.- -E Mo WHEW 1VKITINO TO ADVEKTISHltS please tiile Hint you saw tlto Advertise,, ncnt la tills pttpen I