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Thk czar has prepared a groat reception for President Fauro, of Franco. Tin: fifth International congress of Criminal Anthropology will bo held In Amsterdam In loot. Mits. Hannah Robinson, of New York city, sold her husband for 525 tho other day, and now hhe regrets It. 'Mom: than 8,000 people mysteriously disappear from London every year, and aro never heard of again. Consul Gknkhal Lef. has expended about 510,000 of the money appropriated for the relief of Americans In Cuba. 1 A St. Louis man was taken to court si ml fined ?r0 the other day because his lattcmpt at suicide had been unsuccess- fly's egg will hatch In 12 hours. pet flea has been known to live lx De One of the features G. A. R. Encampment. Between the Workers and Strikers Near Pittsburgh. at Louisville, la THE FARMERS' BANK . and TRUST COMPANY, STANFORD. KVY. Successors to tho Lincoln National OF Bank, TliouianJs of Veterans nntt Their Friends The Aggressive Workers Dscsped Ilefora Fonrlng Into Uio City Ample Accomthe Men In tho Oak Hill Camp Wero modation for All Candidates to SucAware of the Fight Riot Among ceed tho Coninmndcr-ln-Chlof. A evival meeting was hold in the masl room of Curley's big distillery at Cam Nelson. A ieud of Negro Workmen at Camp Unity. j. c- - y"- jK-I- m I' yr b j" iimmtmmki Tjjrugp'rmrch.fitrongfr fpbysically s. six-mil- estimated that nearly 8,000 strangers wero in town Saturday and that from 15,000 to 20,000 came in Sunday. The various railroads entering Bufful. Onk of the highest shot towers In tho falo report that in addition to the hunworld Is to bo found at Vlllach, In dreds of regular trains, schedules have Corlnthia, where there Is a fall of 2VJ been prepared for 245 specials to arrive hero by Tuesday noon. Among tho feet. St. PKTKnsiiuito's municipal author- prominent arrivals are .T. Cory Winans, ; Commander-in-Chie- f Clarkson's staff g of ities will present three Immense J. S. Lewis, past junior vice commandcups to the visiting French er, and Daniel Boss, of Wilmington, Uoi.o enough has been found In the Del., a candidate for junior vlco Swiss canton of Valals for the Heme nder-in-chief. Camp Jcwett, as tho city of tents is mint to strike from It SO twenty-franknown, is all ready for its inhabitants pieces. and while it will not bo formally openSi'kakinq of carrying coals to , Monday afternoon, Is said thai artificial Ico Is ed until 4 o'clock it a number of posts aro already inmade in Juneau, Alaska, during the stalled. summer. Ample arrangements have been made Tiikiii: arc In France l.ilOVUO uninar-viecamp and elsewhere for the caro women between the ages of 25 anil at the sick. Three hospital tents have fill, and I,:170,G0() unmarried men aged of the been erected at Camp Jcwett, each in over :;o years charge of a competent staff of physil.v Mexico every journal, day book, cians. ledger or other record kept by any perThe honor of flying tho first pennant son or firm must bear a t stamp from any tent at Camp Jcwett belongs on uvury page. to Bono post., No. 04, of Williamsport, Walnuts and butternuts are being Pa. A detachment of 11 members arsuccessfully cultivated in Whatcomo rived Saturday, and was assigned to county. "Washington. They are not tents Clayton P. White, of Wilnative, to tho region, liamsport, was tho first veteran to arI. the war 4,500 rive, and is quartered on tho steamer wcro in the German army, of Idaho, which has been assigned to tho vhom 327 earned the Iron Cross for naval posts. bravery on tho Hold. Among tho later announcement of Tiik Yellow river is styled the "Sor- candidates to succeed Commander-in-Chie- f row of China." It is estimated that its Clarkson aro the names of John floods In tho present century have cost C. Lincham, of Now Hampshire; Geo. 1 1,000,000 lives. China II. Ennis, of Massachusetts; James A. Tub natives of Alaska seldom change Seaton, of Chicago, J. P. S. Gobln, of their clothes unless they arc worn out. Pennsylvania, and J. F. Mack.of Ohio. They aro considered tho filthiest race Col. Winans, of Commander-in-Chie- f of beings cm the 'arth. Clarkson's staff, estimates the number. lov-iiiwar-iililp- s. were coming in by thousands. all ready for tho array of veterans who aro on their way here to attend tho encampment of tho Grand Army of the Republic. During tho night hundreds of veterans and their friends arrived, and Sunday they thirty-firstannu- Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 23. Buffalo is It is comma- c Ncw-ciutl- e, d PiTTsnunoii, Pa , Aug. 23. Religious services were held in the strikers' sev oral camps Sunday, and all wore largely attended, but notwithstanding tho religious air pervading tho camps, a conflict between workers and strikers took place in the afternoon, during which three strikers were badly hurt, but none are in a serious condition. Five of the men who are working for tho New York and Cleveland Gas Coal Co., Sunday afternoon went to William Scamon's boarding house, about" one-ha- lf mile from Oak'llill tipple, where a number of strikers are quartered, for the purpose of persuading tho strikers to go to work. The meeting was a stormy one and resulted in Antonio Podasky being shot near tho heart.'tho bullet going almost through his body. Grongron Plmold was shot in the oyo and Botisto Dalmeso was cut with a razor. Tho injured men aro all strikers. This was tho only disturbance recorded at the camps Sunday. Tho workmen escaped before tho men on the Oak Hill camp wens nwaro of tho fight. The report that Sandy Creek camp will bo abandoned was denied by tho strikers Sunday and they say B0 men" will bo sent there from Plum Creek and Turtle Creek. fat cattle, averaging 1,800 a pou ids, became stampeded near eight of them fell over an Frank-fortjkn- Clinton nndiPortcr Smithershave been arrested atjlowliiig Green for violation of tho Kentucky mob law. Moijtln, Geo. Wand, Norman By provision oi Its charter, depositors ore an fujly protectee as are depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually ffcSfklllcd. liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par value 'wJk livery stables belonging to Mayfleld, burned. Twenty thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may ac? horifcs" perished in the flames. Two is Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an individual. other buildings were destroyed. JqiiN Van Meter, David Hogan, Geo. a distance of 75 feet. Five Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Stanford, Kentucky, December 31, 1896. RESOURCES. nd Discounts OTrdrfts Otber Stooks and Uonds Due from National Uanlt Hanking Houno Furniture aim Fixtures .s Cush Loana .'. nine tollgates were chopped down by raiders. There wcro 15 men in tho mqV. COl. W. L. llIarribon county the other night LIABILITIES. I277.010.H five-cen- 27-2- French-Gorma- llo-bre- In addition to the general missionary work for the week tho leaders have decided to direct especial work to tho prevention of operations at the Sandy Creek mine. Tho strikers say thoy will resume their marching tactics Monday morning, claiming that under the ruling of Judge Goff in tho West Virginia cases they are given this right. Tho sheriff does not say Sunday what course ho will pursue in tho morning should marching begin, but thinks ho is ready to meet every emergency. Sympathy for tho strikers by tho farmers and citizens is not diminishing in the least. Sunday there wero about 700 visitors to tho camp at Sandy creek, many of the farmers who camtf' bringing wogon loads .of provision andiwantcdtliem to call on them when I82,238 81 distillery firm of Crabb A Fiblc, EmiTSaSSw nence, denies that any of the money wa diverted from the proper channel. HAimv Pfouzhkimkii, of New York, on the charge of J. isin jail W. A. Carpenter, Milledgeville, Ky J. Williams, ML Vernon, Ky bad 'checks in his possession. M. Hail, Stanford, Ky. Jno, S. Owsley, Stanford, Ky. Hc.Tfigured in the Cross case in Cincinv John " " Jno. F. Cash ndtj recently. Cross Is now serving a J.E.Lynn " " " " William Gooch, Embry, term in the workhouse. S.J W. If. Cummings, Preachersville, Ky. Thebe arc now five syndicates in tho field after controlling bhares In tho S. J, B. OWSLEY, Cashier H. SHANKS, President. Louisville Gas Co. W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. ' Tiiedk has always been a strong be-lief that silver ore existed in tho We solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, and s Several knobs of Bullitt county. they will receive prompt attention, J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier are now engaged in getting specimens for the purpose of having them Crabd, of the defunct Capital Stook Surplus Fund 1,084 CT Individual Deposits ,41.eoi.B2 Due from National Banks..., ,S80.00 800.00 Due from buto Dinks, 18.7W 69 12 0. MM 17.G03.80 3,8rs.3 A,1J3 81 Directors. per-'son- assayed. jThe Maraman Bros., will soon begin the erection of a largo establishment on tho farm, near They expect to kill from 8,000 to 6,000 hogs during tho coming pork-packin- g A. PENNINGTON' -- . Shcp-herdsvill- e. DEALER IN- - -- Jnfaltnr'nYn- 1luffalB'ito4ttfeathnv$s!(''l . - 1 WiTr--- , . --- mentally" olid thnn.thuiuun. Milan thinks It has the smallest lior.se In existence. It Is a Shetland pony, six hands, or 24 inches, high, .s " ' raised by tho Muroheso Careano. Tmiiti: aro 2f0 railway stations withe in a radius of St. Paul's cathedral, London, while within a twelvc-mllr- S radius there aro nearly 400. Tin: ltritlsh can now scud a closed h'lter to any part of the liritish isle for ono penny, provided it does not weigh more than ounce. Tiikiik aro about 2,000 persons in Franco who are set down ns anarchists and nro under the constant watch of tho police of tho various European countries. Tiik carl of Ituhfurly, tho newly appointed governor of Now Zealand, is on the way to his post with CO tons of baggage, including four carriages and 050 cases of wine. Mlt. I'iikston, the director of the mint, estimates tho gold production of tho world for 1800 at $205,000,000 and believes the production for 1897 will reach 5240,000,000. IIenhv St. Gkohqe TucuKit, of Virginia, has accepted" the chair of equity and commercial, constl-- I nlinnal and international law in Washington and Leo university. To iNciniABB the brilliancy of incan-dchccelectric lights a double film of carbon is placed Inside Hie globe, tho wire running Into tho glass base at Its middle portion to support it. Fuank IJ. Stockton, tho novelist, during his recent visit to Clarke county, V.i., purchased from the Uoseinont stock farm a pair of fine young mares for driving purposes. Knioiituood was recently conferred upon K. Guinness, the acting manager of Guinness & Co., of Dublin. His brewery firm has already received two peerages and tho ribbon of St. Patrick. Tub liritish post office authorities aro experimenting' with motor cars with tho view of their use ns parcel vans and for the transport of tho jnnlls to tho railroad from tho depots. Pockkt camp stools aro being made, with tho legs joined and bolted together, the upper ends of tho legs having projecting knobs or hooks, to which tho corners of tho canvas scat arc attached. A COMWNF.I) whip socket and rein-holdis formed of a single piece of wire bent to forma round socket for the whip and a flat clamp for tho reins and another by which it is attached to one-quartnt well-know- n sub-statioer the dashboard. Goiwon iest pioneer ranchers of tho Salt river vallcV. is bcinir held a prisoner by the Mexican authorities at El Plomo, In tho state of Sonora, as a witness against Indians in a shooting cabc. Ventii.atki) handle bars for bicycles have openings on tho front side of tho bar Willi a pair of perforated slotted handles, tho air entering tho bar as tho wheelman rides along and coming out of thp tilijB in Uio handles. IIUN8AKKK, one of the wealth- , i, ,ui xvv,vv), mailing uio largest cuciuup-men- t over held. In speaking of tho choico of tho veterans for tho next Col. Winan's said that so far as his Information went, there was but one choice among the delegates, and that was Cincinnati. There seems he said among some of to be tho eastern people that San Francisco wants the encampment but that is a mistake. San Francisco is preparing to make a bid in 1809. With regard to tho encampment held in Richmond, Va., he asserted there is nothing in it. The people down there do not want it and the veterans do not care to go there. The chief objection, he said, was the certainty of unpleasant complications over the color line. Notwithstanding this view tho Young Men's Business association of Richmond has opened headquarters hero and is making an effort to secure tho encampment. Col. Winans says Pennsylvania will send the most people to the encampment, with New York second nnd Ohio third in attendance. One of the most brilliant features of tho eneampincnt will bo tho living shield, which will bo produced ou Wednesday, the day of tho parade. Four thousand children from tho schools, who have been under rehearsal for weeks, will form the shield, which will stand on Chippewa street, just below Delaware avenue, at tho point where tho line of march turns from Chippewa street into tho avenue. Its position will bo such tis to face tho marching columns for tho two, blocks. The platform upon which tho children will sit will be built squarely across Chippewa street, cutting off all traffic. It is to resemble a largo grand stand, tho seats grading upward as tho elevation increases. This will give the bhield tho appearance Intended, namely, of resting on nn easlc. Tho seating space will bo squaro and the figures, dressed in red, white and blue, will be so arranged ns to form the outline of a shield, with red nnd white stripes, and with white stars in a bluo field, surrounded by a border of black. Boys in black garments arc to form tho black back ground, while boys and girls, dressed In red, white and blue, will All In tho stars and stripes and tho field. Thcso Children of tho Shield will bo devided into two reliefs to avoid tho fatigue of remaining in position for about seven hours. Tho first 2,000 will tako their places in tho morning just before tho column moves, and will remain in position until about half of the procession has passed. .Then they will bo relieved by tho second division, which will remain in position until the last man in the New York state department, at tho left of tho line, Has passed. The Children of tho Shield will all day long sing national anthems nnd patriotic songs to the accompaniment of music. Col. Hodge's Funeral. Lexington, Ky., Aug. -- 33. Tho funeral of Col. John 0. Hodges took place hero Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock at tho Second Presbyterian church. I ?.9liiulilB,trtVi3ifBSl?jr Pittbhukoil, Pa,, Aug. 23. Unity, a camp of Negro workmen employed in building tho new Pittsburgh, Bessemer & Lake Erie railroad, is keeping tip its reputation for riot and bloodshed. Sunday night comes the report from thero of a small sized riot, ond three or four individual fights, during tho progress of which ono man was fatally shot and innumerable wounds inflicted on others. It is said that nearly or quite all tho Negroes in the camp aro armed with revolvers and razors, and nre a generally lawless set of men. The record of the day's doings is briefly as follows: Tom Cash, nicked-name"Powder and Ball." was flourishing a revolver, when John Kelley came along and made somo slighting remark at which Cash took offense, and he blazed away at Kelley, tho bullo't entering tho abdomen, cutting its way clear through tho stomach and intestines. Kelly Is bleeding internally and will die before morning. George Walker and Emanuel Lindsay quarreled over a disoluto woman who frequents tho camps, and Walker was shot, but not seriously wounded. Next William Matthews and George Smith became involved, in a quarrel about something which nobody but themselves know of and Matthews received two bullets from Smith's revolver, one in tho arm and another in the leg. The whole was climaxed by a general fight in which ten shooters engaged. A Negro called Rags was shot in tho head and n number of others received shot, nnd razor wounds which wcro dressed by themselves or friends after tho battle was over; d at work in Warren eountv. $ piwFEi.Lows will build a three-stor'business block at Paducah. Tiieiie is talk of trying to search for yivcr vein In Bath county. .SfTiiB grape crop In Kentucky is about iftrec weeks later than last year. Jj VS. Rknick's largo barn, containing BjOoqpounus oppressed neinp, uurneu Loss, 820,000; insur- Winchester y Reason. Fiiikiiuos arc believed to ins GENERAL MERCHANDISE. HOUSE THE RILEYProprietor, F. RILEY, LONDON, needed. NASHVILLE MAN Kills His Wife and llrotlier-ln-Lnand Then Fatally Wounds Himself. Nashville, Tcnn., Aug. 23. J. B. Rich, a young white man, shot and killed his wifo Sunday night at the home of her mother in east Nashville. , then killed his shooting him twice: Then he left tho house and while in tho yard shot himself twice inflicting wounds from which ho is expected to die. The pistol revolver. Rich used was a a week ago filed a bill for dlvorco against his wife, alleging infidelity. Sunday ho was arrested charged with kidnaping one of the children and it is supposed tho arrest enraged him and induced him to go to tho house of his Ho brother-in-law- mother-in-la- 'The Kalslng of Lazarus." London, Aug. 23. nenry Tanner, an American Negro who has been study ing painting in Paris for oomo years, has won ftho greatest distinction that has come to a member of his race in that field. Ho recently exhibited in tho salon a work entitled "The Raising of Lazarus," which received signal praise from tho critics and has been purchased by 'the French government Tho artist is a for tho Luxembourg. son of a missionary of tho African Methodist church. Ho has studied ua dcr Constant. VTiif. state of the G.,A. R. New Goods and Hard Time Prices Call and Sec Mt will be held nt Hogenvillo, September 12 and 13. Abraham Lincoln was born in the county. Lizzie Fiiknch, of Cincinnati, in the employ of Mrs. James E. Pepper, at Lexington, was probably futally burnB. ed by an exploding lamp. Twelve hundred Cherokee Indians will march from Indian territory to visit the graves of their noted chiefs In Western Kentucky. have moved to my new Hotel at d am better prepared At Mlddleboro Lena Calllnsworth Good Livery al died from the effects of 58 days' fast. than ever to accommodate the public. Give me call She quarreled with her husband and tached and every convenience desired. had vowed she would not cut until he ' returned to her. WoitK has begun on a system of sewerage at Paduciili. It is probable a now bank will be organized at .Shepherdsvlllo. Improvements are being made on the Convenient to railroad station. Rates reasonable. Eastern Kentucky railway between Porters meet all trains. Webbvillo nnd Greenup. Nine carloads of steel rails have been bought and are now being laid. John IIouciiin caught on a trot line near Green river lock No. 5 a catfish i weighing 110 pounds, llouchln was twice thrown Into the river, but finally landed the fish, which netted him 80.40. At Morehead, Cona Day committed 13i suicide by stabbing herself over the heart with a largo bowio knife. Sho told her suitor a few moments previous Druggists and Pharmacists. that the next time ho saw her sho would be in hades. At Bolton, Muhlcnburg county, tho other day was celebrated the ono hun-- ' SB dredth unnivcrsary of tho existence of the Hazel Creek Baptist church. Somo J3. 3,000 people were gathered to participate in the celebration. The church We carrv Drugs, Chemicals, Faints, was organized August 10, 1707, and conOils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fan,cj sisted of 14 members. Several weeks ago old records were found describing Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &e. Prescripthe baptistry, and after much digging tions carefully compounded at all hours. and hunting it was located and unGive us a "call for goods usually kept in" a earthed. first-clas- s drugstore. Col. John Ogden Hodoes died at his MA W residence. No. 00 North Upper street, Lexington. Col. Hodges had been bedfast for several months with prestltls. He was born December 17, 1831, at Ky. From Center college at Danville ho was graduated as ono of tho most famous class in the history of that institution. At Danville, February 10, 18S4, ho married Miss Mary Me&sick. Two years later ho removed to Missouri and practiced law until the wnr broke out. II took part n the struggle In favor of the confederacy, bcrving under Gen. Price. In 1803 he returned to Loxington and engaged in tho dry goods business. In 1880 he established tho Sunday Observer, through which, until the hour of his Surplus $23,100 Capital Stock .,.$200,000. illness, he wagod wnr against his polit-ical enemies. Col. Hodges held tho office of superintendent of publia schools, and was later elected state J. W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H.. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Reid senator, which office ho filled with T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, ' honor to himbelf and tho community. J. S. Hock.er and M. J. Miller. Cholera is playing havoc with hogs In tho southern part of the stato. At We solicit the accounts of the citizens ol Rockcastle, and' adjoining Newstead 184 died within four days. counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business A representative of the Cherokee Indians is now in Western Kentucky intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view looking up tho graves of sevrml of their to business relations, respectfully invited famou.'cjileffi. RODBRT Cashlej, J, S, HOCKER, Pros, JNO. . JjRJU; I AM SELLING GOODS LOWER THAN THEY WERE EVER SOLD BEFORE IN MT. VERNON. My Store is on the Corner of Main Street and Taylor Avenue, Neai The Presbyterian and Baptist Churches. ... - iSkii... - - KENTUCKY. I . ii The Sambrook Hotel, Livingston Ky . MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS ii Mt. Vernon, Ky. if C.yn-thian- a, P$P$&$ First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. DIRECTORS" , ?, t &r i m . tb jff u cmc3uwuagajMi & I I T. : f ! have several oppojuliits whom I will ask. if electedfjiiwhat course FINSI-Tmucu uncuaj uiausi. utiini-4uiJOHN W. BAKER will you pursue? Iftdies, talk for G, W. McCLURE, was not tar "away. As an Independent Republiran J. M. Cress, of Sweeny, called aud gentlemen votelrdr me and candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle the second day. eieci uuck v anion Mt. Vernon, l(y. county to be voted for at November Dr. G. H. Albright, of Barbour-vile- , election, 1897. was on hands advertising his The following dispatch from & All business entrusted to my l"Hl AAttl nvtMQh !G2:s SA B571UR JEk place on Frankfort to the Louisville Times care will receive prompt attention. fair which takes b!ff vsShvf'caia xiiSli The American flag is flving over 1, 2 and 3rd. of .September. recalls a shocking tragedy that Office: Second floor of new brick near Buckeye, ''this county, ou Church street. Clippcrtcn island, which He afterward left for Mt. Vernon. to Dealers in Great Britain has recently laid J. B. Hays, J. E. Griffin and oth- when guard George (Pomp) Ball ' claim. ers of Wildie; J. L. Brooks, B. C. was killed by a convict who was in and others Conway a gang of twelve. Richardson He was taken SADDLES and HARNESS. DR. W. B. PENNY, from the depot here to work on friends were at the fair. Attorney General Taylor holds Mt. Vernon sent 150 down on grading of the K.(C. Railroad. that the Kentucky Populists need L the local freight Friday and many Four couvicts escaped while the not petition to get on the ballot by .private conveyance and horse- rest went to camp and reported the KY STANFORD. 'this fall, as their vote forCongress- Patrons from n distance. Riven n libfacts and were shortly pardoned by nien was more than two per cent. back. eral discount All work guaranteed. Governor en 'oftheote last fall, but that the About 50 lingered too long 011 theCaptain Craig the recomendation of the inspector at "National Democrats will have to the grounds Friday and missed the OF that tune. Smifh with Johnson local freight and had to wait for the petition. J. W. LAWRENCE, aud the others were night train, Has a number of fine Blue Gress farms for sale and exchange, believe Johnson and Smith we A blockade runner was arrested ranging in area from' 10 to 1,200 acres in a boundary, and in price from Rockoil the grounds by U. S. Marshal. got life sentences from the S20 to $100 per acre. Can Suit purchaser in price, terms, locution, &c. No other arrests as everything castle court the records ought to in this or any other State in the United States. show whether Johnson is guilty. moved along smoothly. Office in Intertoi ) J. H. SOWDER, N. M. Shumate had charge of We nre under the ' impre;stion that The Brodhead Fair wound up in Gen'l Manager. j Mt. Vernon, - - Kentucky. Journal Building, Gov. Bradley was present during a blaze of glory last Friday when the stables. Judge Morrow was represented the trial of these men: some 1.700 people witnessed the Special 'attention given to the by his V. B. who also visited Ml; "Henry Smith, a negro convict EYE. Office on Main street neaJ splendid program well carried out. :5M confined hare, has written a letter The attendance, as usual with fairs, Vernon. xo$ZQXyzm Judge Denton; of Somerset, was to Capt. Hyde, his Snnday School for the first two days was not large' e teacher, in which he confesses that but all who come seemed to enjoy ainongthe visitors. Hamp Reynolds, who took the he and not Morgan Johnson killed the show. Adjoining counties IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. good delegations and fine premium last year in the ugly man's Guard Pomp Ball in 1801. In his sfnt stock. Among them we noticed ring, was 'distanced this time by letter he, in substaucq says: 'I 6, 1897. DEALER IN Col. Durrett Tribble of Madison Sol Northern. You can set it want to make a statement about Academic, Intermediate, and Morgan Johnson. He h confined WHISKIES' WINES, &o. &.C., county. The Floral Hall contained down that he is no beauty. . rUBS.P . rcpartmeiil5j for a crime he did.fnot'.csjnmit. . a wide, varied and beautiful dis tW -- ? 'C1' if i1 're6-- " jlmi. JL'v?uJiit:rs. for the murderBf ? ti'np Ball. I, - 'V play of woman's handiwork. This KY. POSSUM- HOLLER. Henry Smith and others made up a hall also contained displays of agL. Fine aud at up $2 plot to kill Ball, and Morgan John-so- u ricultural products. knew nothing of i , and has The pantry display was creditEverybody is sick or complaining SGO already suffered too ihuch for ouf Fruits, farm and garden, in this fair land of ours. able. J. N, wrong, falsehoods and wickedness. melons showed up vell. Brown, W. H. Brown, Sr., Joe In the ring for little girls from Brown aud quite a number more On May 30, 189 1, Pomp Ball was four to six years old, with our es are and have been on 1. FRANCISCO, Propr. the sick list. taking some men to the railroad For Everything in camp, when I, Henry Smith, Bob Located at the DepotSgg teemed friend, E. C. Walton, as Dr. T. J. Price is having quite .one of the judges, much interest nn extensive practice and good Ray, Bale Patterson and Laudess Ky. was taken, Littie Lila Boyd, of success. He hails from the Eclect- Griggs made up a plot to kill him Livery Good Attached. He will give you Ball), and Morgan JohnAtlanta, look the blue and Mattie ic School of medicine. I helter bargains than can 'c .secured anywhere. suppose (Guard Meet all Trains, Day and Night. knew nothing of the crime Lee Wilmott, Brodhead, the red those fellows get their 1st lessons son and was in another car at the time. Traveling Men and Railroad ribbons. Among the riders in the in medicin from the Eclectic Spelmen Solicited. Will fur ladies ring appealed lialf dozen ler, whils those of the Homeopath- After makiug up the plot wejdecidnish lunches on all Trains. pretty girls who competed for the ic ar trained from eato lay it 0:1 Johnson, who was the Blue-bac- k premium for the most gtacefullady aud the Alapath go through with- convicted and given a life sentence rider. Miss Rosa Gentry, of this out either. Well each is far ahead I, Henry Smith, am aloiie to blame C. William. It. place, was awarded the blue. Miss Willi hi of the oilier two in curative powers for Pomp Ball's death. Morgan is unjustly confined. Gentry received a premium last if yo will WILLTAMS & WILLIAMS, He lake what they say as Johnson year in a similar ring. has no money or friends or any evidence, aud who knows better Attorneys-at-Law- , way to put the facts "before you. The bycycle races were good and than they? I am sure I don't, fur greatly enjoyed by the admirers of When I git sick i send fur pray that you do something for M" VERNON, KY both, I the silent steed. In one of the both sorts and take all their medi-son- s poor Morgan. He needs mercy. -- I Office om 2nd floor in new brick 011 Church Mi rut. Kpcoial attention am at your service for further facts" races, a horse belonging to Dink given to collection and alwase git well and uv Pricsslirivc Icon i educed. If in need of any t ning- - of tho Farmer, of Lincoln, ran away after cuorse tha coure me and i giv The Governor will at once them kind call on n preliminary heat and made things truth af Smith's story. ekel praze and never hav enny lively by going around the ring MRS. S. 0. FRANKLIN. Manager, at Ml. Vernon, Ky. trubble except in gitteu uv the more times. Everything money to pay the bills. Now sum tensor and everybody had to clear the men don't bleve in doctors but track, After making a new siart fur we reed uv them in the For 25 ears we haVe hcen study of it this horse came but second Skripture where the woe Manufacturers was pro- iug and making wagons, and our JL sb of Lime and brick. best. nounced ou thim along side uv aim has been to combine As is the case at ne irly all fairs the lawyers, scribes and hypocrites They also furnish Lime, Building MAKM.E CUTTERS, 15R0DHEAD. KV. of .any consequence the "pointer" Stone, either quarrj face or cut. big fellers. ml other machine was on hand to get a few M'tniiM'i tit.--, Toiiil.wloiie, tiinl work o nil kinds in tliatlSH The rain continues to be poured Orders promptly filled. Duiability and Eny Running with uickels. One of our old lriends out on "the just and lint' dene Hi lift it- ,M tin' lowo.-'-t v.ks- - -- write for esti- unjust" alike the Bust 1'kakk in exi.Mtixe who owns a big farm, and yet feels tt voir lo nnikc stiin.-ite.!!i m I'll n aid our corn and weeds is jest a an ffifajsn Aud if you uibhto know wleil'crj intilt unable to take his county paper, gittea thar. we have Mioceeded, ask our luiyh-- ' price . played one of these machines unBro. Gregg ses that even a n born. I't :t e.- reduced. H. li. II A MAI, lesn til he had blown in over a hundred man or a phool car. see and Wji. II. Cock.s. free silver dollars. He stopped at feel A the effects uv renude prosperity Mt. Vernon. Kv. that, begged, coaxed, plead and It ma be that, SPECIALTY. that class can but threatened the man in charge uti-t- il i herd sum sensible, My nev shop is on Taylor A, emir he recoverd the most of it. He citizens sa that tha don't dezurn near the Baptist; church. may invest a dollar of it in the enny diflerence betwixt Business, Signal and keep better postsd in then. I also herd sum now and Q?I expect Cash for Cash lior?e Educato uv Possum PHONOGRAPHY. FOR A the future. Hollers britest p'olly tishuns wish- shoeing. Situation The best of order prevailed ing yisterday that the Legislator eiegrapnj WHEN APPLIED TO throughout the three days exhjbis wood 3Sfeir rush up Uie tariph law, so i Bf HP1P bitiou. can't see that it makes much differThe Brodhead band furbished ence with sum men whether we PAINTER .the delightful music. Ada WILBUR R. SMITH, have a big tariff or a little one or and PAPER HANGER The officers and managers are to none LEXBNCTON, KY.y at all as most uv us make For circular of Iita fnmonj anil rcspoiiMLlo be cngratulated on the success of Wit. Vernon; Ky. what we live on and live on what COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY their second venture to give Pronounced by exports tho Standard of tho World. Aivur.loU Slpdnl nt World's Exposition. we make-- whether we make much Aok your doalor for WINCHESTER mako of Gun or r.fera to tlioiKumls of crudnntci In positions s uest; work a fair and we sec- or little; or little or at Coi.rxc. Including Tui Vtntfttrull Itimiursa family, ulout much. Sum Ammunition and tako no other. tloti, Hooks mill lloanl In ?.. ond the motion of the Interior men don't lern fast tho' and can't prices. Consult mo for .estt iMTThn Kentucky University Diploma, HiEtiOur now Illustrated Catalogue. Journal to have them continue in un1or eal WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., Now Havon, Ct. ownnlcil Krniluntcj. Literary L'oumcfreu, If .leslrc.l dezurn between nice pints. mates on work, I.nternuw. UraJuatemic.ce!fHl ni:?A the positions they nowvoccupy on notnentlou. voiir Itllm reach m, nilitrtia lince In oriKr onu The credit system and the mort- , the board of directors, etc. Brod head simply did herself proud in way of entertainment. The hotels Friday. Auo. 27, 1897 . had akfine run of custom and the guests were well looked after and cared for. F. Francisco at Hotel Published every Friday by Fritli hardly slept for three days . JAMES MARET. and nights, Albright Holel was also crowded. Anderson Carr hnd his minstrel $1.00 SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR troup attracted large crowds at all times on fair grounds. Advertising rates made hiotvn on We aie under obligations to the application Directors for favors extended. We also remember Harvey Dunn. Judge Champ Mullins and wife ANNO UNCEMEN'l S. of Livingston, were present. Tony Brooks, O. W. Turpiu, and We are authorized to announce wife, Of Hazel patch, were there. ML Vernon Signal gage sistem is a great thee father of most to toth-e- r bigfmiil-baek Mk.i uv us. Now in, 'order to correct some uv these irregularities i am n candidate for tltejuffice uv 'Squire and will bs clectedtoo, if I get votes enough, andtti order to do this i must ask wives to eleclioneei ' am witn their husbands and young ladies with their sweethearts. Tell them ladies that ffr will certainly look after the besHnterests uv the . . . cuuuiy, oppose .?? nigh salaries in DR. A. G. LOVKLL Physician and Surgeon, THE NEW MYERS HOUSE.. Pnor'n., Stanford, Ky. CJ AL. G. HUFFMAN, NEW MANAGEMENT MT VERNON, lY Oflicc North Mile Mnln street LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY, WATER IN HOUSE, READING ROOM. Special Attention Given to Commercial Men B.FINE WINES, LIQUORS, BEERS AND CIGARSjS?32-6mo fflNEWLY FURNISHED. COURT CALENDAR. county officials andjall other improper or unjust claims. Vo'.ers, ask yourselves ththquestion: Can not some improvement be made and a great savingj effected?. I -- C3UNTY COURT Fourth it in encli month QUARTERLY COURT First Mon-tin- y in January, April. July ami October CIRCUIT COURT Second .Monday in Februnrv. Fourth 31 ondny in May and Third Monday in September MT VERNON l'CLICU COURT Third Monday in each month. IVIETAL '"ROOFING FLOORING AC-SIHE,( SIDNIG STANFORD, KT. CEILING Attorn.eyvatLa.Av, KW . Farm and Yard Fence. oc-cur- mmmm Stanford, Kentucky. KINDS Carriages, Wagons, Hay & Seeds. FARMlNIGttiPLEMENTS-A- SurgeonDeutist Patronage of Rockcastle Solicited. REAL ESTATE THE EXCHANGE. STANFORD, KY. Brodhead Fair. Physician and Surgeon, Post-office. c Mt Vernonf: fgfCollegiate-Institut- TOM FERRILL Fall Session Opens September M. s - ROWLAND, especial NoiTrnal A .irfTL'TfiTfr:'" SCROGGS, Principal TQWB Hotel Frith. Brodhead, jonas W W. ivickeMzie:. Dry Goods, Clothing Boots and Slioes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Stanford, ivy. -- WITHERS C G Carpets, Furniture Wail Paper, 'Caskets and Coffms. Straw Matting all prices hives-tigarct- he MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY HELLO!! r" L.O j" c- -f & Lo j Lightness Strength M-i-i'- t - THO'S TAYLOR ! -I! s way-fave- Blacksmith, - HORSE-SHOEIN- I i well-inform- MEANS Type-Wrlll- ERFEcnoNII H. B SPATT ir' Rock-....cast- le , first-clas- II Wilbur r.smith. lexincton, kv (11 ZiSBBKBSn v.tL-- 'J. , 5 jj'Mt, Vernon 'L'otcrtdnii in Signal e vS. w. Davis can suit you in bri- - dies. ?Mt. Veknom. Ky., Aug. Ml. Vernon, Ky., mall matter. cta S. W. Davis can make you a firsr ; 27, 1897 , class pair of boots or snoes. Call and sec him. n .c i, & N. I,OCL TIME toay Mdi North 3Day Moil South . Slight Kv irth TJSl'iglit 11:39 am 2:22 p m N. M. Shumate has a tenant who saw two square snakes on his CARD. place last week. j Noticr I have Polland-Chin- l. 1. .... 2:12am 1:09 a in thoroughbred for sale one a boai South. .. S. B. FltlJEMAN. A.TvaNdrum, Agent. &3rl Suiulny Cthnslinii traitor. ntllu.ii. CHURCHES. tldlils services 1st i'iM nt 0:30 . m. He can suit you in goods and prices. Call on S. W. Davis and see them. The trial of the Turneis for the killing of Marion Sebastian progress at Lancaster. is in Rev. 1'oncr l'rcklijltT an Holds services on ilic-lll- i 'Siindny'lniv, mid on tlio 1st Sunday nt l.lv iigston. Imrcli Services on the Second nnH Sunday. Sund.iy Saturdny nilit ccry Sunday. 1'r.iycr chonlnt U Vncctlng on Tuesday nights. Itcv. J C paitiir. lajitlst ( 11 111 Misses Allie Fish and Bessie Carson, two pretty Crab Orchard girls, are visiting Mrs. F. L. Thompson. Prof. L. M. Scroggs made a three day's trip to Pulaski county last week in the interest of the College. l, MASONIC. Ashland Lodge No. CIO meets ond Satiuday nt 1 ). m. ccry Sec- Wanamaker the Phila delphia merchant, spent $30,000 last year for newspaper advertising It pays to advertise. John Jonas McKenenzie is agen t foi he Champion mowing machines and Birdsell wagons now on Saddles, all prices by S. W. Davis hands. iutett LOCAL A Demorest Medal Contest will be given at the school house at- Diphtheria is prevailing around Pine Hill on the night of Septem-- ' ber 3rd. All arc invited to attend. trudup's quarry. Peaches have been selling at 50c 0 OTHERWISE. per bushel. " - if f . .', ij " i k ... fe i. fc.' t. Prof. Scroggs joined the excur Dr. Davis is adding to his stock sion to Chattanooga and Lookout of drugs and groceries. Mountain on Saturday, lrom Junc Mrs. Dr. Brown, of Parksville, tion City. He will return to Crab is visiting relatives here. Orchard on Wednesday. Seveinl cases ol diptheria has It is gratifying to our people to been reportdd near town know that Judge G. W. McClure Mrs. L. M Scroggs is spending declares io make the race for Coun the week at Crab Oi chard. ty attorney. His election is virt, A. J4 Pike bought several lots of ually conceded and assured. nice hogs near this place at 3cents. For Salk. One, cottage of four Cornci' last. Tom Sou'hard" has been rooms, good garden spot, smoke Mrs. The funeral Samuel Myers ocf of visiting the family ol Tihnati Gil- house, cellar and well. Situated curred last Friday. The services E. J. and Sam Wyrick of An pin. near Collegiate Institute. Liberal guests of James KY. Were Conducted by Revs. Forrer drews were the terms. Call at Signai, office, BoswellA The procession to Payne and also attended the Brocl- James Paynlcr attended io post and i "' Elcaney Sullivan was littlig by fl the grave was conducted by'Wilha head fair last week. trjs r, The .followmob at Williamsburg, Saturday Grifliu, undertaker. "AltT... iUWllV line wlill l.u Ilic night. He committed rape on his ing were pall bearers; tn1n, .Ilia cfnWnrl ....j Joshua ' WIUi ORLANDO. shingle mill here. lie deserves sister-in-laand had been sen- Borein&W. M. Poynter, M T. ' success. tenced to the pen for 2 1. years for Fish, Armstead Lair, Meshack Mrs. L. B. Hundley is very sick. ( Gentry and S. D. Hysiuger. Win, Poynter bought the Har- the deed. . The interment took place in the SAVE MONEY" ON PURCHASES. Tom Bowles made a flying trip rison Carpenter iartu near town for Twelve hundred Cherokee In family burial grounds. The deto Mt. Vernon, Monday, $1,000. dians will inarch from the Indian ceased was an upright and honor J. L. Ball continues to build Orlando on the 17th, the Territory to Logan county. Ken- able man and was universally liked Near wife of Albert Griffin died of con- tucky to disinter the bones of a and respected by his neighbors and verandas to his dwelling. noted chief that was buried there all who knew him. . . sumption. John Robinson is visiting friends . in Clay county this week. Offer many advantages to purchasers of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, A child of Juo. McLemore died in 1749. The Board of Examiners for free after a Hats, Carpets, &c. of ulcerated sore throat William Collyer the marble cut- scholarship in Mt. Vernon ColleAbe and Bill Evans who Have yens illness. ter at Brodhead, was here Tuesday giate Institute met on Aug 14th typhoyd fever are convalescing. on and secured several nice orders for and awarded scholarships to the K. Hundley has just returned 'Squire Ashley Owens called does following candidates: Mr. Collyer from a business trip to Jackson us Monday and looked "as young tombstones. good work and at reasonable prices County at large, Miss jCarrie Polite Attention. It will pay you to see then . as he ubsd to be." county. He come in via Egypt. and deserves the patronage of o 11 t i.ni.... Mt. Vernon district, Iola Han-selTanbark is j et being hauled to people. Louis Reams is letting a conQdite a number of people were He has who have been with the stone this place. Some from a distance tract for a new dwelling. gang for some time, quit Saturday, in our town Saturday and nearly Rev. L. M. Scroggs will preach of seventeen miles. Roundstone, Maranda McKen-zie.- ' had a peach tree switch twitted a11 of the, wcre Dlck Williams at the Pre&byterian church next to see where to sink a well. A. E. Albright's store was broke Miss Lou Vowels and sister, Sunday morning. In the evening nien into on Thursday night, the 19thLivingston, Lee Chesnut. and llittle Miss Linton haVe reMr. W. S. Waller, of Louisville, Tnt ijvstu 'Ilw 1ie( 10 tin rhiiiMViit ti)i j. lit; luoa t xuw iinfM. Middlesboro. Browns, J. L. Nicely. turned to Jesse Singleton killed a rattle BRODHEAD. will address the young people, of ing much is missing. The money snake near this place which measBrodhead, Wade Leece. The commissary of quarry at Mt. Vernon at the Presbyterian drawers were torn up and a valise ured five feet and 10 inches and 15 Scaffold Cane, Crooked Creek tunnel No 3. has been moved to church. All are invited. Rev. S. D. Forrer preached here carried out and cut open which be- rattles. districts not and Walnut Grove crusher at Mullins Station. They longed to Smith Piewilt. reprersented at the meeting. They Suuday last. Henry Watterson, the John Itson died a few days ago took a suit of clothes, pair of shoes J. L Brooks has bought several son of James Laudrum, this are requested to have a representa Miss Lizzie Heron, of Stanford, near Snyder's Switch from gun-shand some other things belonging to hundred acres of timberland of place, died of diphtheria on Satur- tive present on September 4U1 was' here last week. wound in the hip which he received T Mrs. Prewitt. be Ely Co'fFee and will shortly begin day last. The remains were taken when, another examination will G, Tharp and wife are W. about a year ago. sawing lumber. to Pittsburg by wagon on account held and scholarships awarded. in Marion county. 'Our next sheriff, J. W. Baker, being prohibited from carCONWAY. Ault. Mason and Miss Martha, of trains Acetylene Gas. We are now J. B. Hayes and family, of Liv- passed through our town last week. died of conrying bodies that .have a daughter of Rev. Shad Davault prepared to place on the market our Lingston attended fair at this place. The boys seem pleased with the tagious diseases. Another one of eloped to Jellico and were mar machines for generating Acetylene was sick with Mrs. Ella J. Agee'is visiting her prospects of liis election. Mr. L's children Mrs. Henry Tharp, of Richmond, ried last Saturday Gas. . These machines are adapted is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. father at Cove. same disease but recovered. fot lighting stores, factories, churchWhile unloading freight at Eos-toR. Casa. Silas Baker and wife visited at The Ladies' Aid Society will give es and private residences. Small I Wednesday afternoon, train 28 Misses Berta and Susie Hilton, London last week. ow have an entertainment at the Court towns and farmers can by train 36 had its cahocVe ran into house 011 Thursday night, Sep- gas as well as those in the of Rowland, visited relatives here lor Infants and Children. killing engineer Scanlon Miss Nannie Johnson has a se- tember 2nd. Everybody turn out cities, as each consumer controls his last week. vere attack of malarial fever. Mrs. W. B. Smith atul sister, and see the entertainment. Adults own little gas plants, which is quite Master Ora Frith gave a warty 'Ottie Brown, Mrs. J. W. Nesbitt 15c, children 10c. Winter is com- inexpensive, we guarantee to fur to a large number of friends on Ben Lair and Bennett Riddle, of and Misses Lena and Mattie New- - ing on and the aid of this society nish six times as much light at less Friday night last. Brindle Ric'ge. was with us Satur' comb took dinner with Mrs. James will bo greatly needed by the poor, than half the expense of ordinary day. The fair was a grand success, Maret, Saturday la3t. las it was last winter, when it rend gas, electric light or kerosene lamps. everything moved ofT nicely and Tohiiny McK.enzie, aged two assistance. A first class agent is wanted in The Laurel county authorities ered lots of the stockholders seem to be well years, died of cholera infantum on ' every county tc sell our machines. have issued quarantine writs against satisfied.' The usual sight of a Republican the 21st. Toledo Acetylene Gas Co., all who attended the burial of little getting signatures to a petition Mrs. Pearl Parsons, of Lebanon Toledo. Ohio. Missc Mattie Jcfliuson and Mary Henry Landrutn, 'at Pittsburg, on asking a Democrat to run for an Junction attended the Fair and is Thomas visited friends near Sny- PRACTICAL account of the , deatli having been office was seen at the Brodhead fair Our fellow townsman "Dr." D. the guest of her brother and sisters EMBALMER, der, Sunday. from diphtheria and it wasn't down 011 fhe program N Williams received the following the Newland family. STANFORD, KY. Rev. Villiams failed to fill his Two ol oUr Htizens are making either. Mr. D. R. Totten was the letter from a tenant on his A young man who claimed to for starting to the Republican and the man he wants skaggs cr eek farm: appointment at this place Sunday arrangements live in Laurel county was arresed HansTord, Ky:, July 26, 1897. on occount of sickness. Klondike region in thcspi ing in run is none other than Mr. R. here fardelling liquor, by U. S. Mr. David Williams, is one ofthem. G. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, who Chas. Simpson Uncle Johnny Dobbs, aged 75 A Complete Line of Coffins Caskets Dear Sir: I have Marshal I'Jelson Griffin. He is all old tailor and fronTers-- " will be Rockcasile's next county Robes, &c. Telegraph orders years, who has been very sick for t, Messrs. Waller Miller, Jonn See if I am not righf. E. gbtfyore otes cut. I am sorry to tn'an and has had some experience judge attended to promptly. everal days is some better. NC. Walter Hunt and Jesse Baker W, in Interior Journal. inform you it has bin a vary sorry In' Western gold fields. -- Let S. W. Davis make you a good lotes yer. You only had fore do ten bundles to vore part. Gentry saddle, bridle or set of harness. immmmmmim&Lm&mszEi 83EBSHHiBHIBHHP'Evans' mule was about to ete them Wanted A secondhand heating up so I had to tie them in the top in .. H11..H. sto've in good condition. Call at of a saplin. So you lied better send this office. .. a teem after them as the birds and MY.s. J. L. Joplin and daughter. buzzards and things is about to deMrs. W. T. Brooks, of Paris, are vour them. My corn crop is very visiting Mrs. Charles Spilman at lite one to the hill. May cabage looks very well, especial where the at Lcgana, Jessamine county. stable stood. The corn looks very FAG-SIMIMr. and Mrs. George Gentry and well, it is about ne hi. I think it Tar., rTi,irrnii.u "HIIi !' daughter, Miss Rosa, are attend- will make nj4 gallons. AYegc tabic Pre p arattonfor Aswe have SIGNATURE ing the London fair. Mits Rosa had plenty of beens. I guess you similating llieFoodfltulHeguIa-lin- g OR- ihc Stomachs nndBowels of will enter the contest for the gold hev. We had a fine ciop of blackITSlady berries except the watch to be given to the best d hill rider sjtle it sorter scorched. I think L..a 7 r ' rjHSVUV 4 Pi orioles Digcslion,Chccrrul-ncs- s MaryConley was attacked ill a few more days Gentry Evans' Mis andncst.Contains ncilltcr near Mt. Sterling on the morning mule will have the larbord end of Opium,Morpliine nor Mineral. yore farm ete up. Bil I&ick was IS 0"3ST THE of the 24, and assaulted by a negro. The woman fought pluckily, and. qver a few days ago looking the brute was frightened off. over yore farm. Sed he wood like Jteve cfOldErSMWELFJTClini to rent it next yere but as I am A mob is the country. Ihasiftm Sail' wood like to stay. JlxSmna OP EVERY Owing to the diphtheria scare our Hope I will see you against I shere Jippcrmnt public school was dismissed on mi hogs. Yours truly, Jit QntataJtSadO' ' OF1 Monday morning for one week, Sugar Jaxon. Bm Kirtuyrcm tltnw. on reconsideration it was debut Ancrfcct Remedy for Constipa cided to go ahead Wednesday, beTO CUKE A COI.IJ IN ONE DAY. tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, passed. lieving that all danger had Take Laxative Bromo Quine TablWorms.ConvulsionsJcvensJv ' ets. All druggists refund money uess and Loss OF SLEEP. W. H. Brannaman one of the if it fails to cure. For sale by M. county's niost substaucli farmers, C. & D. N. Williams and Wm Tac Simile Signature of ' of near Wildie. was here on Mon- Weber druggist. &&&&&&" day iast. He says he will give up Jjt'j Csstoria h pet tp la bottles only. It NEW YORK. WABD. UiS 301 soja 13 cms. xon 1 snow nnyeno 10 ceit of fishing and take up the sport yea r.nyttlns clco en 1L0 :'". cr Treniso mt It Our forebird hunting this fall. lo "jntt as good" end "will rrs.-e- r every pur3- - Sco that yoa est pose." C. Franklin presented him man S. Charlie, little son of James with av fine setter pup that he Payne, is quite sick. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER, brought with him from Lexington i Bray sold a span of mules J. J. last week. last week for $197. W. JR. SMITH'S COLLEGE for Henry Catron, candidate Lexington, Ky., is where hundreds sheriff, was here last Thursday. ofcleiks, farmer boys and others W. A, and Wm. Cummins went have invested $90 for tuition and to Livingson on Saturday last. board for an education and are getDEALERS IN- from this Qute a number ting $1000 and over a year. Read ad. and keep this notice for refer- place attended the fair at Brodhead G-enera- l ence. Remember in order that last week. your letters may reach this college Come to cee us. Will sell you honeit goods at fair prices Misses Sarah Alice Hayes and to addiessonly W. R. Smith, Carrie Searcy visited Mrs. A. K. CASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR'mOTTO. Ky. Opoch near Bee Lick on Saturday in ntHtimii pi in ii ti 1. - "JK; - , I THAT T LE i - left-han- jnx A9-v- T' ,, A T Not Narcotic. WRAPPER BOTT3LE 27-61- 11 cno-ii:- o ,MH. v mS2SI3(325EBSSE2E Merchandise?. Lex-iugco- n, Old Maiu and Church Sts.; WT. VERNON, J LI yu w 40 M mutes Between Trains. & Swera&ice Son, STANFORD, KY., Large Stock, Low Prices. But-ne- r; l, -- 14 1 ot visit-relativ- es n 11 CASTOR A G&rfffiJ$L I J. C. McClary; UNDERTAKER. , 20-ac- re J Jar-rct- . ARBITRATION. IOWA DEMOCRATS. Cnmpnlun Opened by Chosen Candi- date for Governor. At Fort Dodgo, on the evening of Minors and Operators Hope to Thursday, tho 10th, the state democEffect a Settlement. racy assembled in convention and nominated a state ticket Mr. Fred E. Whito waa chosen as tho standard bearer and A Conference Held in Pittsburgh by In response to the enthusiastic greeting given him by tho people spoke no folRepresentatives of Both Sides. lows: A Shooting Affray Among; Italian Mlncri Made the Occasion of a Cull for a General Meeting of Organlied Labor, President Dolun'a Escape. Pittsbuhqii, Pa., Aug. 34. The con icrenco of operators and miners' officials adjourned shortly before 11 o'clock Monday night without reaching nn agreement. Another conference will bo held Tuesday morning, when both sides hope to effect a settle- Pittsburgh district. National President Ratchford said that the men are still firm for the rate, and District President Dolan Mild that a settlement in ten minutes after tho opening of tho conference was not impossible. PiTTSDUitair, Pa., Aug. 34. Tho shooting affair among the Italian miners of the New York and Cleveland Gas Coal Co. was made the occasion of a call for a general meeting of organized labor Tuesday evening at Knights of Labor hall. The call issued Monday was as follows: To the Representatives of tho Trade Unions of Allegheny county: Armed nssassins in the employ of tho corpora- ment. O. W. Schlendebcrg, a member of tho operators' committee, stated that the question of settlement in other states had been eliminated, and that tho conference was dealing entirely with tho rate on the 09-ce- nt and .1. down our brothers who aro struggling for living wages. We feel that appeals to tho courts would bo useless for reasons known to all of us. In order, then, to get your advice and assistance at this trying time, wo arc earnestly requesting you in tho namo of American manhood and our children's future liberty, to meet in conference with us on Tuesday evening, August 24, 1897, nt K of L. hall, No. CO Third avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa., at 8 p. m. (Signed.) P. Dolan, President Miners. Wm. Warxeis, Secretary Miners. Indorsed by Paul St, Peter, secretary Window Glass Workers; M. P. Carrack, general president Brotherhood of Painters and Decorators; W. J. Smith, president American Flint Glass Workers; M. M. Carland, president Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers, D. tions nrc intimidating and shooting "The shooting at Oak Hill," said Secretary Wnrncr, "shows beyond a doubt what I said to Judge Stowe at the injunction hearings was true. The Intimidation is all practiced by the other side. Men are encouraged to go and attack those who will not work. We have not intimidated the company's men. They do not want to go to work for the wages they get and when they refuse, fire arms are to be used to coerco s them." of Labor. McFarland, D. M. W. Knights President Patrick Dolan, of tho miners' organization, had a narrow escape from death at 9 a. m. Monday, and John McLuckic, the camp commissary, was badly hurt by being struck by a train. Tho two men wero hurrying ulong the tracks to catch a train at Sturgeon station. They did not notice tho train they ivcro to take was not on the usual track, and it came up behind them. McLuckie was struck on the right side and fell. Ho was stunned, 'and Dolan was shoved aside. lie called to McLuckio to Ho still, for if he had moved a couple of inches he would have been crushed. Mr, Dolan said it was the closest call Pan-hand- ventions wero held In the city of Des Moines. Those three representative bodies nominated and Indorsed one ticket and united In the expression of a platform of principles. This bolng the opening meeting of tho campaign tho public expects and It has a right to expect a truthful exposition of the principles to which we hold. Our platform declares In Its first paragraph that 'we lay special emphasis upon that portion of the national democratic the filatform on very financial question, existence of the farming, laboring and commercial Interests of this country dopends upon a. change of our financial policy and we reassert that wo demand the free unlimited coinage of both fold and silver at the present legal ratio f sixteen to one without watting for the tld or consent of any other nation.' "Tho most persistent objection urged igalnst the free coinage of sliver Is that concerning the ratio. The declaration Is Incessantly made by gold standard advocates of both high and low degree that the sixteen to one ratio would give us a dollar, an essentially dishonest dollar, a dollar that would not only cheat the private money lender, but ruin our public credit by fastening upon our people the withering guilt of having become deliberate repudlators of sacred obligations. "I do not care with what an amount of confidence gold standard advocates talk of a commercial ratio, the obvious fact, the historic truth Is, thero has been no such ratio since 18T3, and thero Is no such ratio now. If truo commercial value be natural value, then a truly commercial ratio must be a natural ratio; that Is to say, It must be a ratio established under perfectly natural conditions; It must be the result of natural conditions; the conditions at the mint must be natural; that. Is equitable, equal conditions. Whenever theee conditions of equality at the mint are Interfered with, aro destroyed, and unequal, unfair, artificial conditions are substituted, then an actual, natural, real commercial ratio cannot be established. The ratio or result will always be In harmony with the prevailing conditions. This Is precisely the caso with the present alleged commercial ratio. It Is not In any sense a natural, a true commercial, but a purely artificial ratio. The equality of conditions at the mint, that K the equality of gold and silver, the unlimited privilege of each to be coined, was destroyed In 1873. Natural conditions, equality of conditions ceased to govern; and artificial, that Is, unequal conditions, wero substituted and the result, the ratio Is In harmony with these conditions. It Is an artificial ratio; being in artificial ratio It cannot at the same time be a natural commercial ratio. "The equality of conditions, the natural conditions, which govorned the mints up to 1S73. have been destroyed. We still allow gold Its former standing, coin all that comes, but sliver we havo outlawed. Its character as primary money we have destroyed. It Is tho abolition of this use that has destroyed a part of Its value and the Inevitable result Is a changed relative value, a changed ratio. When by law you restricted tho coinage of silver to subsidiary coins, permitting full and free coinage to gold as before, you destroyed a part of the value of the outlawed metal and augmented the power of the gold dollar by artificially Increasing Its use; an Increased demand for gold resulted when you outlawed silver, precisely as an Increased demand resulted for woolen cloth when you people outlawed cotton. Under these conditions, which are decidedly unequal, unnatural conditions, you cannot establish a natural, a commercial ratio of gold and silver,. The ratio is a purely artificial ratio, the Inevitable result of artificial conditions. To get at an actual, true commercial ratio you must either restore to sliver all Its functions and powers which by law you destroyed, restore silver to Its constitutional status as full redemption money entitled to coinage upon an equality with gold, or else you must drag gold down to the degraded levol of silver by destroying Its monetary character. In either case the much talked of and the little Understood ratio of thirty-tw- o to one will disapnt On "Mr. Chairman, Ladles and Gentlemen: June 23 last three separate state con- between the abuses and excesses of cor porate power and the rights of the coin mon peoplo Is Inevitable It Is simply tm other Irrepressible conflict. Not oho thai is to como at some futuro time, but one that Is actually upon us. Let us take Just one gllmpso at the situation. The national banking corporations, the gold gamblers, the bullion brokers whom Thaddeus Btcv-en- s used to calt tho thloves In tho dens of. Wall street; all these vast thlerests havl combined, and are dctormlned to fasten gold monometallism upon tho country as a permanent financial system. They are further determined that the government shalt forever surrender Its sovereign, constitutional right to provido for the peopl a paper currency. This supreme function is to be usurped and monopolized by the national banking fraternity. Either Inflation or contraction of the money supply may then bo had, not to suit the conveniences or necessities of the producing classes, but to satisfy tho selfish purposes of a few money kings. These demands, to which the peoplo are asked to glvo thelt formal and final sanction, are In perfect harmony with other demands having for their primary object tho subjugation of all who toll. DASHED THROUGH THE Frcc-Soite- LINES. ttcfoio Act or it Colorado CltUefl Savcii the iCntmnn ri There were thrilling deeds, daring adventures, splendid heroism and brutal treachery in Kansas. Once the were beleaguered nt Lawrence free-idle- rs he ever had. to secure which such heroic sacrifices wero made. "The democratlo party, tho natural party of popular freedom, must never consent to Republic from Tuscola, 111., says: Tho an enlargement of the powers of the federal judiciary. It Is this very danger, tho abuse large wholesale poultry houso of this of Judicial power, that Jefferson so clearly city, belonging to G. M. D. Lcgg, of The Tariff. foresaw and warned us Boston, was burned early Monday, and "My convictions upon the tariff question against. Let us so earnestly his warning see to It that serves of known. after tho firo tho charred and black- are wellstrengthen The lapse all timenations may not have been in vain." only to the them. If ened remains of Robert Lathrom were of the oarth would conform their laws to Senorltn Cisneros, n beautiful and acfound, his arms and legs having been the natural law to the divine law which has written in consumed. As ho was one of tho prin- the Creator's finger on every physicalInde- complished girl of IS years, lias been feacharacters cipal witnesses against Wm. Appleton, structible His universe then thq Inter- 8f ntenccd to 0 years of imprisonment ture of of Areola, for tho killing of Scott national antagonisms, the international in the pennl colony of Centu, in MorocSwartz, it Is believed that Lathrom jealousies, the enervating warfap, which co, on the north const of Africa. It is would was murdered and tho building set on dwarf man's powers, free, asno longer hold one of the most loathsome of the torQod Intended him captive. Being fire to conceal tho crime. him; working continuously In harmony ture spots of Spain, where many of the with the natural law, instead of warring m orst criinlnnls are gathered. There is lion. John C. Hills Commits Suicide. black-eyeIncessantly against It, man would become sweet-fnee- d Davenport, In., Aug. 24. Hon. John a veritable civilized being, He would nothing against the girl except that she was in tho C. Bills, march with a more elastic step, with a Isle of senator and -. Pines when the outbreak of Cuprouder of Davenport, aged 40 years, one of tho more joyful heart, with to most prominent lawyers in Iowa, com- has createdfulfill the destiny for which God; ban prisoners occurred, and that she is , him. the niece of President Cisneros, who cx-6ta- te inary hearings and three months' confinement in the county jail, Adolph Luetgert, the rich sausage maker, was put on trial, charged with the murder of his wife, before Judge Tuthlll, in tho criminal court Monday. The big sausago maker has declared to his attorneys, William A. Vincent and Albert Phalen, that he desired no further delay. Doth the state and defense prophesy that 1,000 veniremen will bo examined, and that a week will pass before 13 men, who aro acceptable to both sides, aro found. Then the trial will begin In earnest. The theory of tho state is that Luetgert induced his wife to accompany him to his sleeping apartment in tho factory office and there strangled lier. Then ho is thought to have taken her body to tho cellar and to havo immersed it in a vat filled with a solution of caustic potash heated to tho boiling point. What remained of the body after this process, it is alleged, was gathered to gether and thrown into the furnace of one oi mo iaciory Doners. Then lire had been kept up under one of the boilers upon express orders given by Luetgert to his watchman Frank Ilialk. The state 1ms made several experiments In support of this theory. Was lie Tut Out of the Way? St. Louis, Aug. 24. A special to tho ex-Jud- ADOLPH LUETGERT, ' The Wealthy Sausage Maker of Chicago, On .Trial for the Murder of Ills Wife. Ciiicaoo, Aug. 24. After two prelim- Compnrlson with Mexico, "Do not tell me that wo cannot maintain the parity of the dollars and then point to Mexico for your evidence, as has been your uniform practice. To undertake to compare this tremendous country with Its teeming and enterprising population equaling In creative power over 200,000,000 of Europeans, with such a comparatively weak republic as Mexico Is no fair, comparison or parallel. Mexico U an Infant: our coun try a giant. Mexico has scarcely succeeded In maintaining for herself a visible spot upon the world's map. Wo are by common consent regarded as the foremost people upon the globe. Mexico Is destitute of International Influence; at the council table of the nations she Is systematically Ignored. Her trade and commerco while growing rapidly of late Is as yet comparatively In- signincant, and necessarily must be. Mexico lacks the great essentials business, trade and commerce which are the perpetual absorbents of money. Let a man take silver bullion to the Mexican mint for coinage, and the trouble Is thero Is not much to buy with the coin, for Mexico has but little to sell. The very contrary Is truo of us. Let everyone bring silver to our mint and wo will coin it Into a American dollar. We will put the eagle on one side and the goddess of liberty on the other with the superscription added, not In tho money power, but 'In Qod wo trust.' Make an Aotnal Dollar. ' "We will through the power of tho law, the law being backed by the power of public opinion, make this silver dollar an actual dollar that will ctand In need of no redeemer. We will Invest It with the character of absolute, primary money. We will not dishonor It, send it forth an or phan, a discredited coin. We will make It an unqualified legal tender. We will clothe It with every essential function by Its yellow brother. With such a dollar, enjoying the prestige of the great, est nation on earth, the owner will have no difficulty. He can buy with it a thousand things each In almost endless quantities. He can buy our cotton by the millions of bales, and our petroleum by tho millions of barrels; our rice and tobacco In enormous quantities; he can buy our wheat, corn and other grains by the millions of bushels; our beef and pork by the untold mlllfons of pounds; ho can buy our machinery, our butter and cheese, our Iron and steel, our boots and shoes, and so on and so forth to the end of the almost Interminable list. We can, therefore, successfully accomplish what Mexico cannot even dream of attempting. pos-icss- pear. Protective Syntcrn. "If, ns farmers, our national envlrnn. ment is such that the protective system cannot possibly benefit us; If natural conditions exclude us from the benefits It dispenses to others, then with no intent of being hostllo to capital, we havo a right to protest against the system. If, as Is easily demonstrable, we are compelled to sell the result of our labor tn n n free trado market, wo have the right to ask that we bo accordod the privilege of Investing the proceeds of this labor In tho samo market. To ask the right to buy whero wo aro compelled to sell Is neither dcmngoglsm, radicalism, anarchy, nor bad financiering. Dut this right, sacred as It Is, the manufacturing corporations have, nt least for a time, destroyed. During the life of the Dingley bill, the farmers of Iowa, and of tho whole Missouri valley who raise grain aTftl produce meat, wilt be compelled to sell in a free trade market and buy In a protected market. In other words, they will bo compelled to submit (at least for some years) to a partial confiscation of their earnings. And this is not so much for the sake of public revenuo as for tho purposo of reimbursing a hundredfold and moro tho shrewd corporations who united In the patriotic work of raising a fund of $10,000,000 with which Mark Hanna prosecuted a presidential campaign, that did more to degenerato tho manhood of the voter, deaden the conscience of tho people and generate distrust An Unfaltering Egotist. tn tho efficiency of free Institutions than The actor whose confidence in himall the rascalities practiced In all the campaigns combined since the government was self wavers for an Instant is lost. A founded. As under the combined promembor of the histrionic profebsion visions of tho prohibition and mulct laws wns of Iowa, tho privilege can bo bought from who had tried a new character conerslng with an acquaintance about the state to commit a crimo against society, so the manufacturing corporations tho manner in which he had performed. bought with cold caflh from the republican party tho prtvllego to rob -- lid plunder their It wasn't so much that he cared for nnybody else's opinion, but ho liked the helpless victims. llliiKlry It til Not Ankctt Fur. topic. "Wo aro told that tho people voted for "I wns a little hit frightened nt first," protection last fall, and that tho Dingley bill Is but tho natural response to this he said, confidingly, "but I soon got over It. It didn't take me long to feel vote. This is not true. The nntlonal dem ocrats decided the presidential election. suro of my ground. And when I got to Their voto elected McKlnley. Not one of these asked for tho Dingley Iniquity. going I was perfectly easy." "Yes," replied the friend, "I didn't Every one of theso men curses deep down In his heart the heartless pro Isions of that observe nny signs of nervousness." heartless measure In 1S92 these mon wero "You saw the performanceLdldyou?" tho foremost In the national democratlo "Yes." convention In waging war on the then McKlnley law. They denounced that law as "Of course you liked it." unconstitutional. They characterized It as "Well, in a certain way. Sometimes public robbery. Every ono of these mon And, to be cany will unlto with us In even a more you were very good. vigorous arraignment of the new law. did with you, at other times you wero They wilt not stop short of denouncing It very bad. I hope I haven't hurt your as a crime against the people. feelings." ifulc In Iown, "Hurt my feelings? Notnbltoflt. I "Tho republican stato convention was wouldn't hnve been good all the time held yesterday, and as I havo not had th time to carefully consider tho proceedings for anything. If there Is any quality I shall not treat of state Issues In thli opening speech ns fully as I will hereafte-- ; upon which I pride myself moro than The situation In this state, for which the on all others, it is versatility." Detroit republican management Is solely responsiFreo Press. ble. Is of such a character that It will la a difficult task to discuss It with tho use of Sweet Pickled Grnunnplen. tempcrato language. One feels tempted Take tho largest crabapples you can to step over the boundary. The democratlo platform makes use of no milk and water get pick over carefully, wash clean and phraseology In Its Indictment of tho dom- wipe or drain them dry. Take one galinant party's managers. It plainly charges lon of good cider vinegar, two quart thorn with the crimes they hnve deliberately committed against the and the bowls of browifsugar, two tenspoonf uls law. of cinnamon, two of ground allspice, "The disgraceful disclosures made two of ginger and two of whole cloves. through Investigating committees of the twenty-sixt- h general assembly give to our Boil all together, then drop a couplo of quarts of crnbnpplcn into tho kettle; stato a high rank among rotten commonwealths. Tho rascalities perpetrated were boil until "barely tender, and skim into not of a timid kind. They possess ccry characteristic of boldness Tho perpetra- o jar; repeat until the vinegar sirup tors wero In no senso restrained by the is nearly used, then pour the remainder caution Instinctively practiced by the tenover the fruit and, if it is not covered, derfoot. Their operations nhow they were make a little more sirup nnd pour, while acquainted with the lay of the land. They boiling, over the fruit and seal. Househad unlimited confidence tn their own depravity and a positive contempt for tho keeper. lcople of the state. The Immense republic an majority regularly given Inspired this Emperor n Patron of Dueling, crew with tho boldness they Thanks to the encouragement which displayed. In a state with u doubtful, a snirtlng majority, pilfering schemers Emperor William has accorded to the would be beset with difficulties. Here tho practice of dueling, it Is now being steadfast majority, at their back not only adopted by the medical profession in led them into temptation, but made these treasury plunderers careless In their raids. Germany. A couple of physlclnna Not content with moderate hauls, they en- summoned in consultation became Inlarged their thefts and In fact finally throw volved at tho bedside of n patient in so oft almost all disguise and commenced stealing open and above board. Thli bold vehement a dispute with regard to the character of the malady nnd of its conduct Is reconcilable with no other theory than that of complerp reliance on partreatment that they concluded to fight ty supremacy. It Is useless to try to pile all the guilt of thU maladministration of the matter out. The conflict took state affairs upon one or two. The manner place on the outskirts of Bonn, on the of management of tbe republican party of llhine, one of the combatants, Dr. this state Is primarily respcc.rlbie for tho Fischer, receiving a bullet in loathsome situation. which killed him instantly. (nverunient liy Injunction, "Let me in conclusion refer to ono more subject, I want to express to you my everMarkets. lasting nbhorrenco of government by injunction. Unless in positively extreme Cincinnati, Aug. cases when destruction of property is Imcommon 2 25 a 3 2J LIVE STOCK-Catt- le, 4 00 0 4 40 Injunction should be avoided Select butchers minent the CALVES-F- air 0 00 to good light.. . 5 25 as we avoid the pestilence An Indiscrim3 40 (ft 3 00 HOGS Common inate, sweeping use of this power (a sad 4 10 Mixed packers 4.00 we seem to be driftoondltlon into which 4 10 Gb 4 I7H Llirtit ing) is no more compatible with civil and SHEEP-Cho- lco shipper 2 TO 3 25 political liberty than is the ukase power of LAM11S Qood to choice 4 Hft (& 5 25 the Russian czar. The one Is as poisonous KLOUll Winter family 8 00 3 75 ( 1 00 and deadly to human freedom as tho a 11AIN Wheat No. 2 red 05 No. 3 red other. A conceded plenary use of this 31 2 mixed. Corn No. power In the hands of partisan Judges 10 (ft Oats No. 2... despotism far more would be an organized Kyo No. 2 M Ml destructive than tho despotism of tho EngI0 00 HAY Prlmo to chocie 0W lish king and parliament against which (ft 0 75 pork your ancestors waged a ceven years' war, PKOVISIONS-Mc-ss steum & 4 G2J4 Lard Prlmo u. war which Involved In its broadest sense (t 10 SUTTER Cholco dairy I8H the entiro question of freo government. Prlmo to cholco creamery... 1 B0 2 00 "After the-- lapse of over a century of time APPLES-P- er cr bbl 1 83 2 00 bbt POTATOES-Pare, we going to surrender the fruits of that victory by tolerating In our midst a form of NEW YOUIC oppression greater than your forefathers 6 SO (ft 6 00 FLOUR Winter patent threw off? If we cannot maintain tho right No! 2 red (ft 1 00H of free speech we shall find ourselves unTORN-N- o. 2 mixed (ft 80 able to perpetuate tho blessing of liberty BYE 41!, God-givellght-flngcrthe-ches- t, by hn overwhelming force of nw ttuidcrs from across the river, with bat He, murder and sudden death ill their eyes. A few miles nwny a force of United States troops lay encamped, but the Mlssourlnna had drawn their lines so tightly that it was ns much as a life was worth to try to reach them. Was there a man In Lawrence brave enough to tako the risk? The bo siegers rarely threw away a cartridge; their aim was sure, their fingers quick on the trigger. Yet, ns night fell, nnd people thought of what the morning might bring, a Vermont boy said ho would take his chances. The swiftest nnd strongest horse In the place was saddled; the boy gripped him with his knees, and, commending his old father to his friends if he fell, dashed out into the dark, Lawrence listened to the clnt-terhis horse's hoofs, to the stendy gallop into which the nnimnl's pace settled down, to the crack of nn outpost rifle, followed by a volley aimed not at tho rider, for they could not see him, butnt the sound of the furious rush; and then the firing died out, nnd Lawrence knew from the faint reverberation of tho distant hoof beats that the daring rider had got through the lines, aruMlic city was saved. The young man's name was II. A. W. Tabor, and he lived tolbe United States senator from Colorado for a brief term. Miiny years ago he told me tho story In confidence. I think I am justified in breaking faith, now that the old man is n broken, houseless bankrupt, who nt this tlmo sorely needs n friend. Leslie's Weekly. frec-solle- r's of A powder to be shaken into the shoes. At this season your feet feel swollen and hot, and get tired easily. If you have smarting . feet or tight shoes, try Allen's It cools the feet and makes walking easy. Cures and prevents swollen flfid sweating feet, blisters nnd callous spots. Itclievcs corns and bunions of all pnln and gives rest and comfort. Try it to day. Sold by all druggists and shoe stores for 25c. Trial nacksgo FflKN. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Hoy, N. Y. Foot-Ease- Try Allen's Foot-Bas- e, And imbibed with the water of n raalsrioui locality, has still a certnln antidote. sanctions confidence in llostet-ter- 's Stomach Bitters as a preventive pf this scourgo. All over this continent and in the tropics it has proved itsc f a certain means of defense, nnd on erndicaut of and remittent fevers, and other disease. Nor is it less forms of miasma-boreffectivo for kidney troubles, constipation, rheumatism and nervousness. n g Venont Inhaled frith tJ Air, Not tho Popular Shape. "U your board-Inhouse up with tho times?" "No: when Inwo havo watermelon "I told her there were plenty of other stead of in wheels." tliey cut it In Mflps Chicago Record, fish in the sea when she refused to marry me." "What did she say?" Fits stopped free nnd permanently cured-N- o fits after first day's uso of Dr. Kline s. "That they won't all bite at clam bait." Philadelphia North American. Great Norvo Restorer. Free $2 trial bottle & treatise. Dr. Kline, 033 Arch st., Thila., Pa. CHEAP EXCURSION RATES WEST The Original Summer Man. Browne "Who started tho fad of going to the mounVia narllngllncton float. "Mohammed, I believe" Ono faro plus (2.00 for tho round trip to tains?" Towne Truth. Rubbed li ltl. Nebraska, Kansau, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ulack Hills, certain portion of Iowa, Colorado nud Utah r3optotuber7th,21st. October 0th nnd 10th Ask your ticket agent for additional information. L. V. General Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo Wakbi.ry, I cannot speak too highly of Piso'a Cure; for Consumption. Mrs. Irani: Mobbs, 215 W. 22d St., New York, Oct. 20, 1894. your story?" Reportcr-"A- re Whr He Didn't Know It. Barber You say you have shaved hero before? I don't remember your face. Customci-Probab- at liberty."-Tru- you willing to jell mo Convict 'Yes; but I m not th. ' , , ' ly up sincc.-- N. not. Y. World. It has healed Hall' Cntarru Onre Is a Constitutional Cure. Price 75c. . a summer's outing. Nobody Is too worthless to think ho needs Wnxliiugton Democrat. No girl, according to tho women, Is aat pretty ns she used to be Atchison Globe, m Pistols and Pestles. Tho duelling pistol now ocoupios its proper placo, in tho musoum of tho collector of rolics of barbarism. Tho pistol ought to havo bosido it tho postlo that turned out pills liko bullots, to bo shot liko bullets at tho target of tho livor. But tho postlo is still in ovldonco, and will bo, probably, until ovorybody has tested tho virtuo of Ayor's sugar coated pills. Thoy troat tho livor as a friond, not as an enomy. Instoad of driving it, thoy coax it. They aro compounded on tho theory that tho liver does its work thoroughly and faithfully under obstructing conditions, and if tho obstructions aro romovod, tho liver will do its daily duty. Whon your liver wants help, got "tho pill that will," Ayer's Cathartic Pills. fllINIItmiWIMIMIillliailltmiltiniMIIIIllIMIlllIMtMIIIINIIltWIIllltlIMIIMIIltillIWIWIMIMIIIWII4llt(NIl( ! i BAD BLOOD P1MPT PC PPTTPTinMC P.T OTfTHFS. SCALES, ULCERS, SORES', ECZEMA, and CHRONIC SWELLINGS. i the cure of any disease caused by bad or im- - c pure blood. They eliminate all poisons, build i up and enrich the blood, enabling it to make j new, healthy tissue. PURE BLOOD MEANS PERFECT 5 HFAT.TH. .ind if vnu will ,, DflSnaPFTS ? I they win give you GOOD HEALTH and a PURE, CLEAN SKIN, free from i I i pimples and blotches. ARE WWER- - WORKERS in HHI" i To TRY CASC ARETS is to like them. For never before has perfect ! 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Kellogg Newspaper Go, good condition., il found moro of it in tho rackage, and it only required half t bo quantity for a dose, ana I had rather pay 25 cw. per Fackago for it than uso "Zellln's" or We offer to our Customers and The Trade 'Black Draught" as a free gift. generally the most satlsf actoi y'work possible Bad Taste fn tho Mouth. Digestion Is tho grand process by which nature repairs tho irastcu tissues of tho In these branches, Our facias enable us body, which, when tho indivldnal Is in If you desire to turn out work very rapidly health Is performed with groat faithfulness and regularity, nnd without giving rlao to on some large job, send to release your type iny uisagrccauio Bonsauons. 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Simmons X.lver Medicine, It cured me of ings and Cuts, and have the largest assortfound anywftere In ment In these lines to b the country from which' to select. GRAIN OATS patents 2 red No.2 Chicago spring ter Wheat-N- o. CORN-N- o.2 PORK Mess LARD Steam UALTIMORE. No. 2 (ft 5 00 I 02tf I 01 31V Sliiffl 10 (ft 8 70 (5 8 75 (ft 4 65 4 80 1 (JOtf WHi Bftersovornl Physlclansand many Patent Medicines had failed. I took thrco times as much "Black Draught" as the directions said take, and It bad but llttlo effect on me, and I don't think It had much strength. A. H. Kellogb Newspaper Co.. 335 V. lfinii St., Cliir'"""". O. FLOUR Family UBAIN-Wheat-- 4 No. Southern Wheat Corn Mixed Oats No. 2 whito Rye No. 2 western OATTLE-Flr- st quality HOGS Western INDIANAPOLIS. 3RAIN-Wheat-Nc2 2 1 tot 75 (ft 5 00 1 DOtf 00?; (ft 1 07 35! 35JJ 23Mft 31 51 4 10 (ft 4 35 4 03 (ft 4 70 01 No.2 mlxod Oats No. 2 mixed LOUISVILLE, FLOUR Winter patent. .TTT.... 2 red OitAIN Wheav-V- o, Corn Corn OatH-Ml- ,,.. (ft 27J 17; The busy mother sometimes feels an In ability to perform her accustomed duties. 8no feels inactive, weary and depressed. Her back, oh. bow it aches I When she sit3 down sho feels an though sho must got right np.and whon sho stands, that she must sit down. Tho truth Is, the capacity of hor nervous system has"boon overworked, it bos become exhausted and there is a breaking down. What she needs is a conrso of Dr. Simmons Squavr Vina Wine to restore activity and give tono Bad vitality to her nervous system. Baokaohes Common to Motfiera V lVt"Vri mW-WU- L HXr" NAMfioN A POSTAL (ttRD AKD WE Via SEND YOU OUR 1J6 PAGE: ilUlSTRtfED OTALOCUE FREE'- CleoWfHMTEIt AVE fcE5Ta Repeating arms co. ,' HtW HAVIH, CqNH , 1671 1 3 75 mitted suicide by shooting Monday. IIo wa& despondent over failing health. 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