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BANDERAS, 1 KENTUCKY STATE NEWS With 18,000 Men, Marches tho Entire Countt candidates arc very bus Length of Cuba The Second Invasion of these days. the West Was Kffected With Little WiIoopino cough has many victims New Yoiik, Aug. 31. The. Journal over the state. and Advertiser says: Tho sensationally Clover is In full blast nnd victorious march of tho Cubans under i making hulling is a very good yield. Maximo Gomez and Antonio Macco, The Thirty-fourt- h district republio- the entire length of the island in Mar- tnns will hold their convention at Camp- tinez Campos' time, has just beon ton September 11. duplicated by Qulntin Banderas. Tyihoid fever tho This negro war captain, than whom ) astern Kentucky Is spreading In I Insane asylum. in no Cuban of the colored race, excepting ure Ice is said to have caused it. Macco, perhaps, has won greater honors Gold nuggets have been found In tho n the present struggle for Independluldatigh-Hisection of La Rue coun- ence, led 12,000 men from tho eastern V bv J. fi. ll Tlnrnnll end of the island, where the patriots in toll- arms aro strongest, to tho western end, U The cases against tho alleged navo Macco's death, Pte raiders at Lawrenceburg where, since Antonio en indefinitely postponed. through tho treachery of his body phyOllie Jkemb spoke at Murray and sician, Dr. Zertucha, the Cuban cause unounccd himself a candidate for con- has not prospered so well. ess in the First district. These 13,000 men represented all The first Lyon County Tdachers' as- branches of tho Cuban army service. tclation will miil in Kuttnwa about Thoy penetrated into tho provinces of Matanzas, Havana and Pinar del 'fie last Saturday In September. Hie Acme Feather Mattress Co. will Rio, strengthening the existing forces move Its plant from Cynthlana to in each of those provinces to such an extent that the coming winter cam- IJarrodsburg and open up for business. paign thero may bo expected to be even 4A nESCH warrant has been issued for ns disastrous for tho Spanish arms as 'Jpomas Tanner, a prosecuting witness It the Hunter bribery case, and also in the time of the redoubtable Macco. of the defendants. Tho news of tho brilliant achieveThb John Uannlng distillery of ment was brought to tho Journal and was sold to four Owensboro Advertiser by the mail from Havana in an nutograph letter from Banderas wen for 850,000. A grain olovator will Ut bfiilt on the premises. himself. In it ho requests tho publicaMns. Josephine K. Hknky, of Vertion of the proclamation that ho issued sailles, is boomed for president of tho on taking charge of the department Banderas says vhnt tho second inva- United States by C. C. Moore in the s She is the greatest Blade. sion of tho west was made in compliance with plans that wero completed htnan being in America he says. by Maximo Gomez, thcgeneral-in-chiuBhown has sued the in Juno last, nnd that tho march was cify of Henderson for 52,000 for dameffected with littlo or no trouble or ages from a street excavation made on molestation from the Spanish troops. property, "Wo crossed their lines ngain and TA.fl. Ill, t. ittiilni. n..nit n( T.avln t.nuii in iiiii.isi uni.i.ttb iiuiviuuagain," lie says, "but there was no coti, having confessed to tho forgery fight in them nnd wo had no battles. ofUio names of well known farmers. Our men behaved nobly in the faco of ITVliad secured several hundred dol- constantly possible nttacks by larger IS forces. Thero was no faltering at any Hon. R. Bhuck Sweeney, national time, nnd onco more I havo been ablo democrat, has declined to accept tho to admire tho heroism of our soldiers nomination for county judge tendered who havo fought, aro fighting and will tim.byttie republicans of Anderson ever fight. I am convinced, until tho iy h pun in agu. independence of Cuba shall have been daurrhter .of II. V. . . s'w. attained, thoy will fight" tAthortonvnle, coughed up a The proclamation intimates that itch had been in her throat there have boon wholesale desertions ttfd was immediately rellev- from the Spanish army in Havana liaiKbeen supposed a bad province into the CwinscrvicCjSay 'i hi 'vyTT ',!:. a i nincse uocior, wnu icit IngJ try, . .i "In taking command of this provinco Ashland to ncc6pt a position in tho I send greeting to all its forces, but Chinese mnrine service, during the war more especially to the brave Spanish between that country and Japan, has soldiers of Pizarro cavalry regiment just returned. He will soon go to New whom I reviewed Sunday, nnd those Vork city to resume practice. who, filled with sympathy for an opThe Princeton collegiate Institute pressed people fighting for their lib- will open Wednesday, September 1. erty, have como over to our files, in Albeht Stewaut was run down by a this way giving most direct He to thoso train at Grayson nnd killed. who say that tho Spanish soldier exists It is reported that Dr. Godfrey Hunonly to serve as food for tho uannon ter will permanently retire from poliand ftfr tho purposo of affording means tics. to their officers to get titles and decoA well known and highly respected rations." citizen, but a rather quaint character, Tho rest of tho proclamation is di- is Felix Hudson. Ho is one of tho oldrected "to the men of my race." est citizens of tluj Woodvillo section and for many years lias been a successA SETTLEMENT ful merchant there, nlthough he can Of the Great Miners Strike Is Ilellcved to neither read nor write. Ho never lie Close at Hand. charged n dobt, but trusted altogether Cleveland, O., Aug. 81. A promi- to his memory. When ho made a purnent coal operator in the Pittsburgh chase he alwnys paid cash and nevei district said Monday night that tho kept record of his business. His wonminers' strlko would probably be set- derful memory has always been looked tled, temporarily nt least, within tho upon bj his acquaintances with astonnext 48 hours. The operators havo ishment Ills acquaintance with htock been quietly negotiating with tho for miles around Woodvillo Is another miners' officers since the adjournment remarkable feature. When thero is a of the Pittsburgh conference, and dispnto about the ownership of cattio a settlement Is believed to be close at ho is iuvariably sent for to dccldo tho hand. The operators offered to pay matter. Ills decisions aro never questho men 04 cents a ton, pending arbi- tioned. tration, if tho miners would consent to A New Yoiik syndlcnte has pursuch an arrangement, with the distinct chased tho old Tarr distillery property understanding that the arbitrators at .Lexington. could not fix a price below 00 cents or The corn crop above 00 cents. President Ratchford is said to bo an in Edmunson county almost complete failure made a counter proposition for arbitra- on account of the drought stipulating that the men be paid tion, Moiik stock has been killed by light 00 cents a tdn, five cents of that price ning to be turned over to a trustee or ever this summer in Kentucky than beforo in tho same length of time, trustees and to bo held until the arbiiiio tration is completed nnd then paid to present demand for their product at the miners if tho rate is fixed nt 69 ASiunnd is keeping cncli section of tho hub and spoko factory cents. If tho rato is fixed below ning steadily. that figure then a portion of The Boston nnd Ellznbcthtown Tele. "tho ainount held by "the trustees pnone Co. desires to extend its lino is to bo given to tho miners from Boston to and the other rebated to the operators. so if tho people Uardstown, and will do will give It proper enA telegram was received here Monday from President Ratchford with respect couragement The Pittsburgh Coal Co. at Baskctt to the operators' proposition, but it was somcwhnt blind, and tho operators wcro Station hns shipped about 200 cars of unable- to toll whether ho accepted tho coal to the north and east during the proposition or not It is believed, how- past few weeks. JAcon Fiseback, of Louisville, was ever, that ho will consent to arbitration, and it is expected that work at elected grand protector of the grand the mines will bo resumed before tho lodge, Knights and Ladles of Honor of Kentucky. close of tho week. ,The following Kentucky post offices have" been The Strlko Situation nt Jelllco. discontinued: Lnsswell, Knoxville, Tcnn., Aug. 81. The Hardin eouuty, nnd Forest Springs, strike situation at Jelllco looks more Knox county. serious Monday night and Tuesday Citizens of Louisvillo and other portrouble is feared. Jit the conference tions of the state arc writing to Gov. of miners and operators Monday morn- Bradley protesting against allowing ing tho miners refuse'd to listen to any- Cherokee Indians to enter the state for thing lower than the rato of last year their celebration nt Russellvllle. They and the conference ended abruptly. say that thero is dnnger In thq occnsloni The miners are positive that the mines that the Cherokces aro untrustworthy, shall not be opened by men etc. Gov. Bradley doubts his authority, apd the operators say they will opon under tho constitution, to prevent sucli a celebration or the entry of a peaceful them anyhow. body of armed citizens of another Afrldls Close the Kohal Pass. state. Pkshawuh, Aug. 31. A' strong forco At Danvlllo Night Policeman John of Afrldis, it Is just announced, has Crum early the other mornW shot and closed inn Kohal pass, and therefore killed George Reno, a Negro tho proposed advance of a column of who had been caught in ho o British troops through that pass has stealing und had resisted arrest. let been countermanded. With the Khy-be- r A Socialists' club has been or and Kohal passes In the hands of ganized nt Piulucah. A colotsy will b( tho enemy, the gravity of the situation foimed. has increased. Dim-cutty. ? NUMBER 52. TOPICS. .V in a junylo will Jump 25 or 80 OF Tolegraphlng From Railway Tralna feet from a standing start. AusmAtiA harbors one species of t Has Boon Solved. kangaroo no larger than a rat ' It is claimed that there are 85 dogs An the United Kingdom to every 1,000 Erery Train "Will He In Conitant Communication With the Next Station Ahead or .inhabitants. When Desired With the Dlipntchcr A Wholesale Merchant' and Manuor Any l'ubllo Telegraph Station. facturers' association has been organized at Atlanta, Uo. Chicago, Aug. 30. The most difficult An inventor in Madrid has succeeded problem of railroad operation how to in innliug-vsuperior quality of soap communicate by telegraph with n movout of grasshoppers. ing train anywhere on tho line has .Iohn N. "Hnowtr, Rhode Island's rich- been solved by a young Chicago inventest bachelor is shortly to marry Miss or. Edison, who has been experimenting with induction currents, has beon Nathalie, Dreiser, of New York. Polk;k statistics of tho present sum- fairly beaten on his own choson mer Apparently prove that humidity ground. George V. Trott, a former telegraph biw a good deal to do with crime. I "Jackson, MUs., has a chain gang operator, has devised a system which 'composed of eight Negro women. Thej will Bhortly bo put in operation on tho Pensylvania lino by which every train clean streets for ton hours a day. Tiik sea rouniV nny desert island rare- on tho lino is in constant communicaly visited by man and far distant from tion with the station next ahead and, nny mainland always teems, with fish. when desired, with tho train dispatchKunoi'ic has 105,284 miles pf rallwny. er or nny public telegraph station. Urlefly, every train on a road equipTho United States has 181.7W. Wo ttlll inarch tit tho head of the proces- ped with tho Trott system, would at all times bo on a "loop" circuit, exsion. Tiik tluUn of Westminster has more tending to tho next telegraph station rlilldrcn than nny other member of tho ahead, nnd to send messages farther or ltiitisli peciagc. He has been twico rccelvo them from other stations, tho operator at tho proper station would mar lied. I VEiqii cntortaineil 0,000 pcoplo only havo to "cut in" by means of n I.adv from tho poorest quarter of Loudon a "jack spring" on ono of tho regular telegraph wires. few days ago, Ucallnj; all to a suinptu-ouMr. Trott's dovico is exclusively merepast. chanical. It involves no new or unI Tiik Iluchcss d'Uzes lias soiuo bottles of cliunipaguo in her cellars tried principles, and will require no in Purls, nnd as many inoro in herwlr.o more power to operato it then tho ordinary duplex cell battery at tho regvaults at K holms. Anna IIki.u lias blgucd with tho La ular telegraph station. Tho dovico which railway engineers 1'oupcp Co in London nt n salary of dcclaro will revolutionize railway serWon per week, with her earriago and vice is an adaptation of tho street railuwildtilso paid for. way trolley or third rail of the elevated Vihiknt exports of the United States railways. foi tho fiscal year ending Juno 30, 1897, Two insulated metallic tracks arc Vhow an lueronso of 100 per cent aS laid botween and parallel to tho tracompart'd with 1SS7. tion rails. They nro not connected Iris believed at Loudon that tho for- and at intervals equal in length to tho midable uprising of uatlvct along the circuit it is desired to establish aro frontier of Itrltlsji India has been ef- discontinuous and separated by n fectually checked." cushion. A trolley i .Iuwie Wellhouse Is called tho apple mechanism, consisting of three pairs Idngofthu world. Ills orchards in of wheels, connected in multiKansas consist of 1,030 acres, contain- ple by "knucklo" joints and hinged to ing 100,000 apple trees. tho footboard of tho engine, runs unCiiaunckv M. is intensely der the tender on the inner rails. Tho fond of the Scotch us a race, and thinks contaot of tho raotalllo wheels with that tho only state in the uulon which tho metallic rails closes the circuit, as resembles Scotland is Vermont, -tho wheels aro joined by a motallaa " Hoston papers say t1mt men have framowork. Insulated wires conduct now gone out of survico as telephone tho current into tho engine cab and by operators in that city and thereby one means of the bell cord into any part of occupation is claimed exclusively by tho train, where thero is an instru women. ment "Trott is a man of frail form Mabv Barkis, of Craig county, Va., and poor health. lie is 81 years rclebrated her 97th birthday by going old. ileforo his health failed he was into tho wheat field and binding an operator in Chicago, in Boston, enough sheaves to furnish souvenirs to where ho was born, and in New York. He later worked for tho Santa Fo as a her relatives. Sistkii Mahy Alotsius, who recently local train dispatcher. lie now resides received a red cross from Queen i in Chicago. Ho recently wrote to tho la for her fnmous nursing on many Pennsylvania railway officials and was battlefields, has just published a book, invited to send them his plans and specifications. Thoir engineers and "Mpmoiieb of tho Oilmen." M Anquis be Quince v, a French sportselectricians wero delighted nnd promman who has lost one leg and walks ised to give the systom a practical trial about on crutches, has gouo to West as soon as possible 'Africa to shoot big game in tho Footah PRESIDENT M'KINLEY Jalu country nnd on the Upper Niger. Tun. Gerintu) government is said to bo Attend Divine Service! nt the Epworth Memorial M. E. Church, Cleveland. negotiating with other countries inCleveland, O., Aug. 80. President jured by tho United States tariff for tho purpose of effecting- an agreement McKinloy attended divine service Sunto submit disputed points to arbitra- day morning nt Epworth Memorial M. E. church, whoro he has a pew. Ho tion. was accompanied by Mr. James F. A newly patented clothes pounder is formed of a series of cones set in a Rhodes, tho historian, and Mrs. Rhodes. Hanged basin, tho points of the cones Tho church was orowded to its utmost ending in a socket in the wooden han- capacity. Tho president entered just dle, tlie whole device being light in as tho voluntary was being played and in time to hear a solo sung uoifrht A. Jackson, of the (Ihabbiioi'I'EUS in Jackson county, by Dr. Ion thoir of the Church of the Incarnation Mich., havo undcrgono u change of appetite, and havo been eating1 the bind- in New York. Ho gave close attention by Rev Ward Reecher ing twino from tho bundles of wheat, to tho sermonjoined in tho congregacausing farm hands tho extra labor of Pickard, and tion at singing. At tho conclusion of rcbinding. president shook hands In future tho Frencli government tho services tho gentlemen, but wlll piohlhit tho Importation of for- with a few" ladies and quickly as poseign born pigeons, even when merely went to his carriage as Their rea- sible and was driven to tho home of destined for pio purposes. son is to prevent a system whereby for- Senator Hanna. Tho afternoon was passed quietly eign spies would hitvo the upper hand and Sunday ovoning a dinner party was in the event of war. given by Senator Hanna. Those at tho Mahmovai.ano natives, who are now tho Mrs. McKinfighting tho liritish, beeni to bo pro- loy' table besides Mr. and wcro Senator and Mrs. Hanna, Secrifles. They aro vided with Mr. retary Alger and Mrs. pulling down tho Afilcan transconti- Mrs. W. II. Corning, Mr.Alger,Mrs. ,T.and nnd F. telegraph wires nnd cutting Whltelaw, Mr. nental and Mrs. T. W. them up into bullets. Col. and Mrs. M. T. Herrick, Mr. Mns. Sandkii.s, of Melbourne, Austraand Mrs. S. T. Everett, Mr. and Mrs. lia, has decided to devote her life to Kenyon V. Painter, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. woiklng for tho mission. Hanna and Miss nanna. She is to take tho place of her two AN ENGINE daughters, who wcro massacred some littlo timo ago in China. 4 nd Three Baggage Cars Go over nn EmA fifth wheel for carbankmentOne Fatally Hurt nnd Others riages has a double ball race attached Sovorely Injured. to the axle, with two grooved metal St. Louis, Aug. 80. Tho passengers rings fastened to the wngon box to rest and train crew of tho Midnight Special on tho balls, tins bearings being oiled on tho Chicago & Alton railroad, which through a slot in the rings. arrived in tills city at 7:45 a. m. Automatic brakes for railroad earn, Sunday, from Chicago, narrowly esnro designed to take tho place of bump-eus- caped death in a wreck near Alton Suna sliding head being set in each day morning. Near tho outskirts of corner of the car, to which levers aro that city tho engine was derallcd,whilo conneoted to throw tho brake against, proceeding at a high rate of speed, by spreading rails and thrown down an tho wheels when tho engine slows up. The countess of Aberdeen, president embankment Tho tender, three bagof the International Council of Women gage cars containing tho scenery nnd and of tho Natlonnl Council of Cana- wnrdrobes of tho Digby Bc.ll Co. nnd dian Women, is now in England, and Hopkins Theatrical Co. and a postal Is endeavoring to organize a national car followed nnd rolled on top of tho council of women for Great Ilrltajn engine, under which Peter Rafferty, of Rloomington, tho engineer, was and Ireland. inThe ""horror social" is thojatest func- pinned. Ho was takenout faUlly of every oue is expected ta jured. Fireman Charles Johnson, tion, nt which bring that which ho has tho most Uloomington, 111.; Mall Clerks Robert "AV. Jcrseyville, 111., hoiror of. At ono of thero 'functionj Mnltlraoro, of Samuel Grobbs, andChiof held recently some of the ladles took P. Simper and men, others mice, castor oil, spiders, cago, crawled out of the wreck severely hurt. bicycles and grammars. a I s 14,000,-0U(Dei-kVic-to- THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY,, STANFORD. KY. Successors to tho Lincoln National OF Bank. By provision of its charter, depositors are ns fully protected as nn depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually, liable to the extent of the amount of stbek therein at the par value thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an individual, 4 Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Stanford, Kentucky, December 31, 1896. RESOURCES. .'. Loans nnd Discounts Overdrafts Other Stocks and Uonds Due from National Uanks Honking House Furniture una Fixtures INABILITIES. f 277.010.83 7,07019 1,08-10- Oaa 41,60102 5,53000 80000 IB 70 C Capital Stock Surplus Tund Individual Deposits Due from National Danks Due from State Iljnlts !Z 0,00 04 17,003 80 1 '4,1715 8! 3,875 31 6,308 81 I83,:&3 H9 to ro J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, Ky John M. Hail, Stanford, Ky. Directors. J.E.Lynn S. J Embry, William Gooch, W. H. Cummings, Preachersville, Ky. " " W. A. Carpenter, Miliedgeville, K Jno. S. Owsley, Stanford, Ky. Jno. F. Cash S. H. SHANKS, President. Blue-Gras- f, iSTWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSLEY, J, B. OWSLEY, Cashier W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. us, and Cashier thpcx-governor- 's A: PENNINGTON -- DEALER IN- - . Jji .p I AM SELLING GOODS LOWER THAN THEY WERE EVER SOLD BEFORE IN MT. VERNON. the Corner of Main Street. aud.Taylor, ...MvStore is on GENERAL MERCHANDISE. New Goods and Hard Time i - M nPaftSzMKs jrv4 Vt Prices Call nd See JVIe HOUSE THEB. RILEYProprietor, F. RJIvBY, LONDON, I have moved I 1 - - KENTUCKY. to my new Hotel arc" am better prepared Good Livery al .than ever to accommodate tho public. tached and every convenience desired. Give me call The Sambrook Hotel, 9 Convenient to railroad station. Livingston Rates reasonable. Porters meet all trains. Ky 8: Jtfl Druggists and Pharmacists. I M HC.& D.N, WILLIAMS! Mt. Vernon, Kyt We carrV Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj (Snnne Prprrin.'' Pirrnrc Arv tions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call ior goods usually kept in a s drugstore. 9 ' I sj I n Jvl & i.' 7ST frd fiinall-bor- o Rurn-han- i, J first-clas- Fuh-Kic- n ramBSl First National Bank OfStanford, Ky. Capital Stock $200,000. $ ham.-brA.HIN- Surplus $23,100 . non-unio- n -- DIRECTORSJ, W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Reid T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. TriBble. S. T. Harris, J. S. Ilockcr and M. J. Miller. "ft ! We solicit the accounts of the citizens o! Rockcastle and adjoining counties, nsssringthem prompt and careful attention to all business' intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view to business lelations, rspectfiiljy invitcl NO. J, AIcROHEJCTS, Cashier, j, S. IIOCKEU, Pres, V H- - kv fc rPi "' Jv5 f i I ' awiujutfmimiijii' BcmrnscanEn atKisaapjrcarsntmri irmtaaiyBsgarir.ty : whole ticket we will drop him We know other;: like us. We believe every man's personal ablility should merit office for him; there-foi- e Friday, Ski'T. 3, 1S97 let every man go through this fight for himself. We are Tor Dick Published every Ft iday by Williams because he is an honest JAMES MARKT. mai. because he is a sober man and because we believe he would look to the best interest of the c ouu-t$I.OO SUBSCRIPTION ONli YKAR We think he would treat the rich and poor alike aud administer Advertising ales made known on the home law to the humblest aud application poorest man that he would to the richest. Now brother Republicans let us consider what we have at ANNO UNCKMEN'I S. stake aud who is before us and let us, in view of these facts, vote the convictions of our hearts. We are nullioricil to announce Yours truly, JOHN W. BAKER L. J. Scott, H. P. A1.1.KN. As nn Independent Republi:an candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle county to be voted for at November Mt. Vrunon, Ky., Aug. 30, '97. election, 1897. Kditor Signal: As there has been Mt. Vernon Signal WIIvDIK. ORLANDO. THE NEW .MYERS Hu .- a . y. The Sunday School at this place . is progressing nicely. Willie Brannaman .vas at Mt. Vernon on Saturday last Mrs. Nancy Coffey Is in a very critical condition with cancer of the breast. J. L. Brooks is setting his mill Livinston, Ky., Aug., 31, '97 Once more I appeal to the people not to be deceived. I saw in last week's issue of the Ri'iuiu.i-caa letter written by a number of gentlemen, telling of what wonderful good officers we have had in the last ear, I would be glad to have known some of their wonder-fulnes- s for good. I would like to why those wonderful officers know did not help to bring an officer before the gtaud jury. Kven the Judge himself sat there and detained him when there was a writ served on him, aud allowed him to get away. If that is what those gentlemen call good. I do not wane to, or will not vote for them. You can call us bolters if you please, but I deem it Ja great pleasure to be Hur- called a bolter against evil. rali lor tne looy we an know so well, and one that our county should be proud of little Dick. n II W. Ricr. Mt. Viirnon, Ky., Aug. 31, '97 Editoi of Signal: In answer to an article which appeared in the "The Republican" of last week in regard tp the conduct of some of theCounty)fficials We wihh to differ from those whose names follow that article: If necessary, it can be pi oven by reputable Republican citizens that some of said officials have been guilty of official and general conduct, not only unworthy of their official positions, but of tin dignity aud morality expected of the humblest private citi.eu: M. P. Ncwcomb, Republican, H. C. Gentry, J. J. Smith, James Maret, Wm. Poy uter, Geo. I J. McCoy, G. A. Parker, P. J. McMulKn, R. P. Norton, H. K. McKinuey, M. Democrat, Republican, Democrat, Republican Peni.iugton, M. D Miss Maggie Sams is visiting Uncle Tribble Bryant is visiting her father at Flat Lick this week. relatives near Mt. Vernon. DUAI.UR IN Rev. Williams filled his appointGoochland, Ky., Aug.' 31, '97. J. M. Pingleton had a fine cow ment at Freedom, Saturday and WHISKIES' WINES, &o., &c, Mr. Editor: We may not be killed by lightning recently. Sundav. woithy of the confidence of good KY. Mrs. Klla Veach, of Lexingpeople, but we know some things All present at the apple cutting up and at $2 Fine We have eyes with ton is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. at ourselves. J. A. Moore's, Monday night, W. Hart. which we t.ee; we have ears with report a good time. which we hear. We cannot believe G. W. Jones and J. G. Baugh, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paynter, of the men who signed that article in of Scaffold Cane, were here Satur-urdaCorbin were visitiug the family of the Republican, believed what they W. H. Cummins last week. said,If 11ece.ssa.ry, we can prove sister, Miss Bert Johnson and F.. FRANCISCO, Propr. G. A. Morgan - says somebody's to ail) SuHiible muni that the generat the Depot'$S malarial hogs are .destroying his Nannie, who have had corn and Located al conduct of one our county fever, are improving. Ky. wants the owner to come and get , ' officials has not been good. But: upon the contrary, we can show Uncle Johnny Dobbs died at Ins them. Livery Attached. Gopd you that it has been very bad. home near Snyder on the aSth inst. Died at her home, neaT this 'Meet all Trains, Day aud Night. Neither do we believe that his of- His remaius were taken lo the place on the oth, Mrs. Mttrt Traveling Men and Railroad ficial conduct has been good. As Scaffold Cane grave yard. men Solicited. Will fur Owens. She had been sfck 'for to his honesty, many Republicans nish lunches on all Trains. some tiVne. She leaves one dangh Mbntello Grayi J- K. Byrne. A. know about that, for they have D. ter and three sons to mourn her Bishop, Bird Roberts A. 0. heard him testify Our .spirit is Agee and W D. Athert6n Visited' loss. She was a faithful member grieved to see such an article in the Sunday School at Wildie on of the Baptist church. C C. Williami n. G, Will linn the Republican for it only makes Sunday last. WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, "the breech in the Republican party TO CURR A COMJ IN ONK DAY. Wider and defeat more certain. Attorneys-at-LaR. G. Williams was in our town' si last week telling the truth. Truth Take Laxative Bromo Quine TabWe want to say that we intend to MTVERNOH, KY lets. All'drfaggists refund money vote ror Judge Colyer if he will only aud morality is what suits the if it fails 'to cure. For sale by M. Office on 2ud floor in new brick on people of thebe parts. Hurrah C. & D. N. Williams tttA Wm carry his own load, but jiu-- as Church street. Snecinl attention given to collections Weber druggist. as he goes to work 'for the for Dick. Republican. J. ILGaut, Apt TayMr, Meshack Gentry, A. Pennington, George liiford, J. E. Woodall, Andrew Gentry, much said in the columns of the Signal, of late, in reference to bolters and voting, I beg leave to submit a few thoughts concerning same. I wish to ask in the first place, what is the object of our voting, and what are our duties as voters? We have the right under our form of government to claim protection for our person, lives, liberty and our property, and we have to look almost entirely to our officers to guarantee this protection, hence the importance of selecting sober, honorable and discreet men to fill the various posirons as officials. Now, wherever a right exists a corresponding duty also exists. Then, as we, the voters, are entirely, responsible for the kind of men we elect, we cannot be too careful when we cast our ballot, for it is one of the highest privileges' that be!oug to an American citizen, besides one of the most important and sacred duties that we are called Shoilld we sufupon to perform. fer party affiliations to gtiitle us 111 this matter, or should wfc fear being called a bolter. I emphatically say 110. It is our duty to sdpport our party, provided we have the proper men before us, but otherwise it is not, nor neither is one a bolter simply because he fails to sttprJbrt men who, perhaps, secured their nomination through corrupt means. A bolter is one who has not the welfare of his country at heart, but simply to get revenge for some real or imaginary wrong or for Therefore some selfiish motive. we are bolters in the proper sense ot the term, but citizens who wish to discharge their duty. Now. in conclusion, let me urge every voter regardless of party ties or the party lash to study well his duty before he casts his ballot, and vote for the best men and measures, and thereby castihg a vote that he will not be ashamed for his children and neighbors to know, aud at the same time be building up his couutry religious-l- j , morally and socially. A VOTKR. ', AL. G'.' HUFFMAN', i'itoi'K., Stanford, Ky ?: kSeo. T. Johnson is in, Louisville ! f. this week. '3 .: V. G. Mullins is shipping bark DP LIGHTED BY FXKCTKKMTY, VVATKll IN HOUJ .. from this place. ROOM , f To keep cool is our motto, po Special', Attention Given to Commercial Men litically and otherwise. : WINKS, LIQUORS, 15EERS AND CIG. Rf. , Our school is progressing nicely f with a good attendance. and will be ready for sawing in a . ' .....-.- ,, - Tnr TTnii11fv nf Allliville. . Kv.. I iFuLai few days. is visiting relatives here. Tom Brannaman was the only lt Sundav School at Flat Rock is 1G person from these diggins at the to attended and is getting along well London Fair. nicely. I Our friend, James F. Griffin, 1( Miss Delia Langford, of Clark was over at Mt. Vernon, the first county, is the guest of Mrs. Payton K J' of the week. , Kl INJ 5,nngford. Miss Bessie Fish has been here Suquite sick for several days but is . The old story was told 4- ndaythat is several parties were in is improving. town drunk. ijoruv ta Mr. Gray, who is teaching rrvDMMk mv tmw mB,1t-.12K? 8tX LsaK?"ilViE blacksmith at Conway, attended Sunday School I A. J. Moore has his kU vAh vLxaJ LJlx53A'Jrr?3'ii!jll' shop in running order and the ring VJ-here Sunday la&t. " of the anvil is heard early and late. Miss Susie Witt, of Kingston, ' D. B. Langford has bought K. Dealers in was here visiting the Misses' Buts Hundley's property at this place. ner a few days since. . i Mr. Hundley will continue the is preparing to lay the business here until January 1st. Jones Fish SADDLES and HARNESS. foundation for a new store house. Sol:J!-rGeo. W. McClure, candidate for It will be two stories high. MENTS-A- L attorney, was in cur piosecuting W. H, Brannaniau and wife at town a few days since shaking tend the camp meeting at the Slate hands with many Republicans who v8J : Lick Springs, Sunday last. him in November. will remember e ' ' 's John Crawford, one of -- OFIt is said that Bill Dooley caused nicest young men, spent considersble excitement while Sunday here with his best girl. Poson white lightning, Has a number ol fine Blue Gir.ss fauns for sale and , 4 ?t John Baugh, of Scaffold Cane sibly this was a mistake for it was ranging in area from'io to 1,200 acres iu a boundaiy, and i rm. rtv bought of Hawkins Todd of this John Hundley that serenaded the $20 to $100 pcrjicie. Can Suit put chaser in price, terms .r h i, n,k place seven head of fa: hogs at file town." in this or any otlier State in the United States .. ; Office in Interio'l' ,f ' J. II. ,l0 ' rHR, Geii'I il ut;.f Journal Building. Dr. G. II. Albright and wile, of it t !! Tit . uarorurviuc, were visiuug me DR. A. G. LOVELL -j v. atewart a lew aays lamuy 01 and Surgeon, Physician since.l Si . ' H : n i NEW MANAGIiM'ICNTKQS? , 1, 1, s toa-KI- . tu ( J.. -- IWl lL ROOFING;-- FLOORING CEILING A. G.Sifm, Sflt STAKPOILJD. KYiJr' - ,h. ." m Fami and W Yard ummm Fence, - v m Pr iSl Stan foid, Kentuclcy Carriages, Wagons, Hay & Seefe. FARMINIGMPLE Patronage of Rockcastle REAL ESTATE 1 i.SNDL THE EXCUXP.-;w.ar i. Brod-head- STAN FO RD, KY. -- 1 3c. . 1 ':'.' ) t, Miss Ily Proctor, who has been in the Richmond Infirmary for some time lias returned much . im proved. Misses Joice Harris and Nettie Davis, of Whites Station, have been visitiug Miss Alice Forbus of this place. 1 Miss Fannie Braunatuau, oneaof Wildie's prettiest girls, spent urdaj night and Sunday with Miss MT VERNON, ftY Oflicc Collegiate-Institut- e North buIc .tfnin street k Fall Session Opens September COURT CALENDAR. IN CONNKCTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE Academic, Intermediate, ,and I i8c7- - jj & C3UNTY COURT Fourth M iu each month QUARTERLY COURT First Mon- - Anne Stewart. Tommie Smith, of Whites Sta tion accompanied by a friend was visiting his parents at this place a few days since. A. W. Stewart, the champion boxei of Clear creek, was showing his superiority in boxing the other (Jay with two very strong young men namely:" W J Childressand Tommie Stewart. He made a few passes but to no advantage so the boys soon fouud that they could easily handle him. They gave him several punches in the side which broke a rib and ended the MT VERNON FCLICJ: COURT Third Monday iu cncli month. February. Fourth Slondny in May and Third Moiulny in September in tohcr CIRCUIT COURT Special Normal Workfor Tcochcrft, L. M. SCROGGS, JSt Primary, Departments. I k f' s Second Monday JONAS MCKENZIE For Everything in eeGo To'e Mjm 4- DR. W. B. PENNY, nt SurgeonDentist eral discount Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Slioe? GENERAL MERCHANDISE. bargains He will give you can be better than secured nnywi.ere ' STANFORD. Ky Patrons from a distance given n libAll work guaranteed. W W WITHERS Stanford, Ky. v exercises. WABD. Carpets, Furnitui'e Physician Wall Paper, and Surgeon, Caskets and Coffins. Kentucky, Mt. Vkrnon, Straw Matting all prices Special attention given to the EYE. Post-offic- e. J. W. LAWRENCE, Republican, Democrat, Diphtheria is raging cinifyr 11: this VI- - Office on Mam street neai kind call on Prices have been reduced. MRS. S. C. If in need of nny tning of the CONWAY. J. B. Ltvesay made a flying trip to Stanford last week; FRANKLIN. Manager, at Mt. Vernon, Ky. TOM' FERRILL Colly er &;Co. "j MARBLE CUTTERS, BRODIIEAD, KY. '"" I ROWLAND, Monuments, Tombstones, and Avorlc 0 all kinds in that lino done on short notice at tho lowest, rates write for esti mates will send a man to you to make t stimates and give II. IT. ILULU, bnlcswi n. '', y. Hotel Frith. Brodliead, - v, H. B SPRATTi PAINTMR HELLO!! For 25 years we have heen study ing and making wagons, aiid our aim has been lo combine . ; and PAPER Wit. HANGER Ky. N. ' " - Vernon Lightness Strength Duiability and Easy Running with Best prices. work at reasonable I K i: the BnsT Brake in existence. And if you wish to know whether we have succeeded, ask our neigh"' bore. Priced-reduced, Consult me for est t c;r-tai- n, mates on work . 27-61- 11 Wm. H. Cocks, Mt. Vccnon, K'yj tf '." t ," - K ,, ,iS(gSHf UL dl ' .V '" eacamaaffr awr. aha wn est c each, Charley Bums, of Livingston, Iet ited the family ol the Section Fore-H- e saddle, bridle or set of harness. We like for Dr. Pennington says he finds can suit you in goods ant".""" hc.re SumlavMt. Vkunon. Kv., Shi'T. 3, 1897 considerable malarial sickness in prices Call on S. W. Davis and see ""- '"V'K come ouen They arc the people, his practice. them. Vernon Kjr., Mt. Vernon Signal Watered S. W. Davis make you a good Ladies undervests at Mrs. S. C. Franklin & Co. 8c vi-- .SM n Oasm Ebeb 11 J Si " - - -- "k 1 A .EXCLUSIVE T - (to,61TB H 1 HmEd at tlio Ml. l'ot-iflic- e in Fo MOTHERS, WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT U. ". innll matter. S. W. Davis can make you a first h & N. LOCA.lv TIME class pair of boots or show. CARD. and see him. 11:39 am John Stigall, of Crab 2:22 p m is visiting relatives nere. 2:12 am Large line of Ladii-s- ' hose .at Call half price at Mr?. S. 0. Franklin & Co.'s. d GOOCHLAND. 's Day Mail North.. Day Mail South . Orchard J. W Phillips has a very sick ," Sallie Allin is much imgrowing feehle. proved iu health. 1:09 am The Rockcastle Baptist Associa Mil linhrv. I have just re J. A. LANDUUM, Agent. Johnny Anglin, of Gumsulphur, tion meets at Baptist church here ceived a beautiful line of fall and was here last week. September 7th. winter sailors nud. walking hats. ciiunciiES. Mrs. Ann Bowman is very low ' IS. J. Brown has been called Give me call. Clinstlau-Holds services 1st & 3rl Sunday Dr. Ci.ko Brown. .with consumption. 11 it. in, niul nt(J:30i. in. Iter. Toner to this county several times during Rev. F. L. Warren, one of our" the week irom Stanford. best citizens, called on' us Wednes-da- j JMrs. Nora Anglin is visiting in Richmond this week. i'rcbyter.fan Holds services on Hie llh and gavesubstantialencourage-ment- . Notick I have for sale one timidity lieri', itml an the 1st Sunday nt 1.1 v Mrs. T, J. Ballard, of Cooksburg, thoroughbred Polland-Chin- a boat Huston. is visiting here this week. S. B. Fkkkman. The Ladies of the Maretburg Huptist Church Services on the Second Matt Ballard attended the Lonchurch will give a box and ice TheL. & N. did the largest Sunday Saturday night mid Sunday. He reports a nice time. cream supper on the evening of don fair. School nt 0 a m ecry Sunday. Prayer business in August '97, than in any September 11, for the benefit of W. G. McGuire and son, Ancel, meeting on Tuesday nights. Iluv. J 0 other August for many yeaJs. l'.istor. the church. Everybody invited. went to McKee last week on busiDiphtheria has not entirely disMcKenzie Brown, one of the ness. appeared from our town, though MASONIC. liss Annie Baker, of Mt. Ver CIO meets every Secthe few cases here are of the milder most enterprising and energelic Ashland Lodge No. little fellows in the town is agent non, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. ond Snturdny nt !. nt. type. for the Louisville Daily Dispatch Stephen Anglin. Miss Mary Saunders, of Crab and is doing a good business LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. Quite a number of young folks Orchard, Ins returned home after When not selling papers he is from this place, attended church at a tin ee weeks visit to friends at out hunting something to do. His this place. school begins next week but that Crooked Creek, Sunday last. Homer Miller is in from Ohio. Mrs. Florance Dooley eutertianed will not stop his other work, He Miss Mae Miller, our gifted muS. W. Davis can suit you in brihas the vim of persons much older a party of her young friends Thurssician wiP resume her studies in dles. than himself. By the way he is al- day night. All voted a nice time. Mrs. Micajah McKenzie is no the Conservatory of Music, Cincin- ready a good speaker though only The "Rose Bud" of Ino was here nati, next week. better. about nine years of age. He is Suuday to see his best girl and We pre- some of the boys had to stand off We have more correspondence well up in his studies, Mrs. Mort Owens died on Mondict a bright future for this boy. this week than we can publish day last. like a lot of gold-bu- g orators at a censuring the nrticle in the Repubfree silver convention. The Mt. Vernou Collegiate InWm. Poynter has been on the lican last week. stitute will open uext Monday, sick list. GUMSULPHUR. Jonas McKcnenzie is agent foi September 6th at 9 o'clock a. m. C. K. Port man lias been down he Champion mowing machines According to the customs of former with fever. Birdsell wagons now on years the friends and patrons of and The river is as low as news is T. IJ. Lair was here from Living-std- hands.. the school are invited to be present scarce. jutett Tuesday. at the opening exercises. AddressBill King and wife visitel Julian We have added to our subscrip- es are expected by C. C. Williams, Tush Jones has an tion list iu the last t.vo weeks near of this place and Dr. Cooper, of Plummer, Sunday. pet frog. 250 new subscribers. We print Livingston, and others. T. B. Hilton has sold His stock Prof. valuea-lio- n Rockcastle's assessed what the people want the news. Scroggs has been working during of goods to Tol Edwards. is $864,119. Notice This ad. appears only the summer iu the interest of the "Uncle Nat" Wilmot for 13 T. J. Cress was up Irom Gum once. to exchange my school and increased attendance is years depot agent here is very sick. I want Sulphur, Saturday. town property in.Mt. Vernon for a expected. The school building Mrs. John Allin and Robert has 4een leuovated, the blackMt. Vernon Collegiate Institute farm. J. P. Lkciimjitkr. Wilmbtt are with their father, Nat boards made new, and the building opens next Monday. For Sauj. One cottage of four looks neat and inviting. All are WilinoU.i P' Dr. V. J. Childress was over rooms, good garden spot, smoke most cordially invited to be pres- tlEdgaf- Ed wards is the boss " from Wildie, Saturday housel cellar and well. Situated ent, at the opening next Monday. horse swapper. He says he has a U. G. Baker is back home from near Collegiate Institute. Liberal The factulty this year co nsists of "stepper" now, a trip out iu the country. terms. Call at Signal office. the following Members: Rev. . Mrs. Henry King visiteJ JimmyClay Gentry carries the mail beM Scroggs, Principal; Mrs. Roberts last Suuday and reported J. Mort Rothwell is having all Scroggs continues in charge of the tween depot and post office. a very nice time. the old buildings torn dow.n.'ati The hands at Whites quarry Dripping Springs and is maliitig Primary Department; Miss Mary George Roberts enjoyed the Cox has charge of the Department were paid off on Monday last. preparations for erecting extensmiles of his bsst girl and a large of music. Mr. Zimmerman is exMrs. James Fish, of Crab sive buildings of modern style. pected to assist in the Intermediate melon on Sundny last. Orchard has been visiting relatives J. L. Ramsey had a mare snag- and Academic departments. Miss Carrie Frith has gone to here. ged to death. Jop McCall lost Stanford to attend school. All are ROWLAND. Some one shot and killed a fine a fine one by lock jaw and Elsorry to see her leave. hog belonging to M. P. New comb. liott Hansel had a horse killed by Lice Kins is our live stock a Three wrecksjn succession holds A son of Jones Kirby was mashed jumping onto paling fence, dur dealer and he pays gold standard ing this week. good. in a mine at Pine Hill by falling prices too. If you don't believe it slate. M. ofT. Roller has been goat ask Lige. The protracted meeting under auspices ot Revs. Forrer riding at Jellifco. Misses Linaand Clara Kennedy the Mister Editor your scribe has and Boswell has been very sucTom Ferrill and the JDingly bill have entered school at Franklin, been over on Crooked creek and I cessful and much good accom are rushing'things up.. Tcnn. just tell you that, that little reco- plished. Twenty-twadditions up "Shorty" is a hustler when it mendation (of a hand-fuof the John .Noaks is up from Crab to Wednesday; nine of them came comes to train dispatching. "town ring") is not believed over Orchard making lime barrels for forward Tuesday night. Fred Kruegfir. Woods and Lynn are doing an there and the "devil if I don't beWe learn that in some portions Tin stock buy lieve they won't carry that place Engineer Humbcrstone had his of the county that it is belug told extensive business ing and shipping. They now have by 300 for the name sake of the left foot mashed by a falling brick that R. G. Williams and Judge pens of their own at this place. great Methodist divine. And Mr. al Corbin, Tuesday. McClure are not candidates. These for Editor to see "Republicans and all They have been paying humans so enthusiastic for John W. good prospects of the Gentlemen say they jire and they good hogs. There are Bakei and Little Dick and then to being certainly ought to know. Lxsvell "quarry near town The change of postmasters at .ee them so outspoken and free to opened up this fall. The Junior Eudeavor Missionary this place occitrrdd Wednesday . meeting will be held uext Sunday Frank Cbrdier is the new P. M. express it and declare they intend JThe Richmond Register office swell tile Presbyterian church On retiring, P. M. Shelton has the to vote right, makes my heart suffered a big loss by" the explosion evening at with the compound concentrated at 7 o clock. The program will thanks of all the patrons of this 'ofa gasoline engine. essence of pure Democracy once consist of recitations, songs, community for his uniform courte- more and pon honor I wish "Buck Mrs. James Laudrum and family etc. All are invited to come sy and good service reudered durVarnon" was here to enjoy it with have returned from Pittsburg and bring a nickel. ing his incumbency. me Vheretliey have been held in quarMiss Mary D. Cox, of Danville, of diphtheria antine on account PINE HILL. will have charge of the Depart We are told that a line of ment of Music iu the Collegiate is being surveyed from Bow- Institute. "Miss Cox is a lady of Pine Hill blows her liorlt- once ling Green to Corbiu. This would rare musical ability and is possessed more. shorten the route from St. Louts to of many accomplishments. We For Infants and Children. Tjie school at tliis place is doing the sea via L. & N. predict a successful term under her Tit fie. j alalia it finely with Johll .Meadows as teachiTsr ilinttuo FredKrueger is now shipping management. er. TTJfJIf. lime and brick. He ;is receiving pardoned Governor Biadley There is a protracted meeting 'many orders. New kilns will be John Dameron who was senteucecl being carried tin here by Revs. 'built during the fall to accommo- to six months in jail and fined $100 Owens and Riddle. date the increasing trade. for the unfortunate killing of Mrs., Mary J: Goodwin has reThe Louisville P. T. Downs, formerly superin-'tende- Hayes .Mullins. MILLER HOUSE, turned from an extended visit to was of this division of L. & N. Commercial says the pardon Co nicrlr Newcomb Hold Paris and Lexington. of 'and later with the Sante Fe in granted on the recommendation HUGH MILLER, Prop'r. the ComA young man by the name of Texas, has been appointed to a the Circuit Judge and MT VERNON, KY , and that, Kirby was badly mashed by fall'similar position 011 the Atlanta monwealth's Attorney, B6?Portcrs meet all train.'. fine had been: paid He ing slate in the mines' Monday. West Point & Western railroad the $ 100 Commercial Men's Headquarhad Served something over two ters, Miss LWa took. Mr. John 'with headquarters at Montgomery. nt l, Night Ks. North Night Ex. South Wanted A second-hanlie is stove in good condition. this office, heating child. Call at Mrs. bear ihefac-simi- L ol.' pfjZc UCA.i,: wrapper This is the original CASTORIA,' which has been used in the homes of the ?lothers of Amenta for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and ace that it is the hind you have always bought - 0itJwt "C ASTORIA," SV ""PITCHER'S C ASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE 1RK. , DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was the originator : "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," ,"'? same J macIT. nas oorne ami. ao- -i v.rj ,, a. .. on every WORD . T or 0 PI!J Tilt', it J J SI and has the signature of per. President. March 8, 1897. f QL&)fM&j . No one has authority from me to use my name except The Centaur Company of . which Chas. H. Fletcher is. iuk' a, a Q& t Do Kot Be Deceived. t Do not endanger the life of your child by arcepting-cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on it), th of which even he does not know. 1 "The Kind You Have Always Bought" ucttno mt SIGNATURE OF (A everance 2? Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You, 1MI CCNTAUIt COOPAHr, TT MURIIAY HTRCIT, MIW YOHH CITY, f ,yj m & SOISS DEALERS IN Will sell you honest gqods at fair prices. CASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. Come to see 'ur. n, General Merchandise. . . . v . t elcven-year-ol- tl Corn:i; Old Main and Church Sts.. WT. VERNON, KY. TAN FORD 40 SAVE MONEY Off PURCHASES'. - - -- Minutes Between Trains.,' & - m 7,f. 1 Son Clothing. a 1 STANFORD, KY., Shoes, 1 Offer many advantages to purchasers of Dry Goods, Hats, Carpets, &c. 1 l Large Stock, Low Prices. Polite Attention. It will pay you to see then . Tennessee Centennial Exposition NAS11VH.1.K j o ll The Exhibit of the aml -- X' Nashville, Chattanooga St. Louis Railway At the Terminal Station in the Centennial Grounds is one of tnn most interesting, instructive, and costly displays at the Expo-sitioand should ho seen hy every visitor. consists of an artistically arranged disIt play of agricultural products, minerals, timbers, valuable relics, curiosities, etc., collected from points along the lino traveled by this road, which penetrates tho most fertile and nicturesnuo norlions of the n, 3c Trains leave the Union Depot Nashville, Every for the Ceutenial Fifteen Minutes ead-ing- Terminal Station. The Quickest and Best Route Fare, Five Cents. .;" . A South. BSrDON'T FAIL TO SEE lT"Ba rail-loa- d - CASTORIA , WIULIS GRIFFIN, UNDERTAKER. J. C. McClary, UNDERTAKER. PRACTICAL EMBALMER, STANFORD, KY. mk. OS nt FINE CORNS Kept in all sires ami illflrrcut styles cloth envcicd draped casket, roliei, linen bosoms culTt and collars. All order by telegraph wytly attended" to d y and night. 1 A Comple'e Line cf rofliiwCwlr4 Robes, &c. Teletfrapb ordc. attended to promptly. "Ala. months. , . firnw. oV T.nrie Mpfiiiirrv Mi.e -..- -, " ." ?tfr. . ? it 0 "AS Mian IF BY MAGIC." EXTRAVAGANT MANAGEMENT. WAVES OF PROSPERITY. J Dr. AVllllniiiN' l'lnk l'llln. She Wlnhcn Thnt 12cryAt- lllrtcil One Could Try Dnrlil'n Stronir nndnmcnicnt ni Tills Itemed)'. ncnnbllcnn Government Is Alvrnja Very Contlr. Tho Tcsult of .republican extrava- fc 'One day in looking over a Philadelphia lists reached tho $30,000,000 mark in paper, my attention was attracted to the tho early part of Grant's 6ccond adminFink.Pill advertisement, and I resolved to give it a trial. Not anticipating results so istration he apologizcdr for the amount soon, you can imagine my great surprise and and predicted' that from that year on to soon notice beneficial results, tho pensioni account would decrease. Pleasure numb feeling in my limbs, for I had A few years afterward Samuel J. Ranalso received a partial stroke of paralysis, gradually disappeared as if by magic and dall as chairman of the appropriations my whole system was soon on the mend. In committee submitted a bill to thehousc fact, at the very outset the medicine worked carrying less than $40,000,000 in pena wonderful change in my whole bodv and sions and explained that the committhanks to the efficacy of the little Pink Tills, I am a greatly improved woman today. I tee believed the high-watmark in only wish that everyone afflicted could try pensions had' been reached. Instead of this remedy, for I feel certain that n speedy decreasing, the. amount paidln pensions cure would be the inevitable result." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain, in a every year since has increased, and this condensed form, nil the elements necessary year the prodigious sum of $141,000,000 to give new life and richness to the blood n aa appropriated by the republican arid restore shattered nerves. They are congress. This exceeds the total cost also a specific for troubles peculiar to females, such as suppression, irregularities and of any of the various huge standing nil forms of weakness. In men they effect a armies or a .Europe. It is radical cure in all cases arising from mental more than enough to equip and put in worry, overwork or excesses of whatever nature. Pink Pills are sold in boxes (never in the field an army strong enough to sucloose bulk) at 50 cents a box or six boxes for cessfully cope with any of tho 150, and may be had of all druggists, or diand terrible war engines of rect by mail from Dr. Williams' Medicine Europe on land or sen The absurdity company, ecnenectady, ti. Y. extravagance of er war-scarefinely-organized From the News, Hamilton, Ohio. From no ono in this city lias Dr. Williams' Pink l'ills received more unstinted praise than from Miss David, of No. 1G, North D (.hows a deficit of $11,000,000. When tho Street, Hamilton, Ohio. Seldom one hears enormous anticipatory Imports to esof siicli favorable results from the use of medicine, as was effected in the case in cape tho duties of the Dlngley bill Into account, together with tlie. question. Miss Davis, who is a modest and unassum unusually lieavy pa3ments Into the ing, but most charming little lady, is treasury by tho brewers to sa c the" reprompted to make a public statement of her case, solely as an act of charity to others who bate on beer stamps, the conclusion is are unfortunate enough to be afflicted, and inevitable that the deficit is due to the no one among Miss David's large circle ol reckless use of public funds. friends and acquaintances could possibly The amount paid out of the treasury question the lady's motive in making such a statement. Miss David has resided in this in July exceeded by $3,000,000 the city for years and is connected with tho amount paid out during July of? last) Trabcr family, one of the oldest and most year. This excess represents tho difhonored in Butler county. Speaking to a News representative, Mist ference between republican governDavid said: ment and democratic government. In. "Although I have resided in Hamilton other words, rcpublicon government for quite a while, I am originally a native a, demof Pennsylvania, and it wus while on a visit costs $8,000,000 more month than ocratic government. in i'hiJaueJpnia a number of years ago. Ono of the items of extra cost was I suffered a very sevcroattackof diphtheria, it beinff in the' moat maliirnnnt form. Sub contained inifhopensionoccount. Pennequcntly, my whole system became affected in sympathy, ns it were, and it was only a sion payments for the month of July short time until I became so debilitated and aggregated nearly $15,000,000, almost. run down that I had given up nearly all $2,000jO0O in excess of the amount paid hope of recovery. I tried many remedies in pensions during 1he corresponding and spent much money in an effort to regain month, last year. When the pension my health, but to no avail. gance Qins manifested Itself in unmistakable form "Uruscnrly In 'tliellfeof the McKlnley administration. July was the first month of the new fiscal year, and Secretary Gage's treasury balance are-take-n rational economics there is no telling how long the wave may InBt. The whole theory of tariff legerdemain is based on the alternate swell and subsidence of socallcd prosperity. A wave, either in economics cr physics, presupposes n depression elsewhere. 1'ollowlng the physical origin of awavo to its logical conclusion, it is the depression that causes the wave, and vice versa. Prosperity for the trusts and monopolies of the United States, which is the real aim of the tariff necromancers, presupposes depression among other classes, principally consumers and the labor element. Based on robbery, which differs in degree only and not in kind from tho piracyof themiddleagcsortlie brigandage of modern frontier life, this kind of prosperity always runs its courso when nn aroused public sentiment considers it time to call n halt. Whatever of real prosperity is in store for the people of the United States in the near future will be n tardy surmounting of obstacles thrown in the way of natural recuperation from hard times. by the tariff tinkerers. It is to be profoundly hoped that such real prosper ity, whose welcome appearance will need no heralds or exploiters, will come to remain with us nnd not to sweep over the nation with ephemeral touch. Oscillation from the heights of artificial prosperity to the depths of extreme depression constitutes the most hurtful of experiences for the body politic. Steady growth without these alternate extremes is the only sign of genuine prosperity, and such growth is the nntion's assured destiny when tho tariff jugglers are suppressed for good. Chicago Chronicle. TO BUNKO THE PEOPLE. The "Sound Money" Scheme of The Baltimore and Ohio officials ore very Protection AVorkn on the Swell nnd much pleased with certain statistics that Kail Principle. have recently been prepared of tho performance of freight trains on the Second Webster's definition of a wave may bo division, which handles all the cast and summed up in the term oscillation or traffic between Baltimore and instability. Sir Isaac Newton defines a Cumboralnd. Beforo the new freight enwave ns irregulnrlty or uncvenness of gines wero purchased, and the improvements inado in the track in the way of straightensurface. In the natural world n wave ing curves and reducing grades, the average ,alvajs presupposes an evanescent clinumber of cars to tho tram was 28 Now, max, to be followed immediately by an with more powerful and modern motive anticlimax or depression. power and a better track, tho average is 40 cars per train, an increase of 41 per cent. Thus we have by their own showing army-armmovement per day The avcrago the estimate which the blatant heralds In thickness. A of August was 1,123 for the first pf artificial prosperity place upon their cloth having proved effectual in sTop-pln- g loaded cars. ten davs Third division, CumOn the own product. These partisan John the lead bullets, the thicker sort was berland to Grafton, where there are grades J3aptJste, going up nnd down the land, tried against tho steel missiles from of 125 feet to tho mile, the engines used to loads to the train. Now the telling the people to make way for the tho official army haul 10 is 25 overage an increase prosperity, have at least tho virtuo of rifle. The tests were made from 400, of 31 per cent. loads per train, It would certainly appear They prate of a tidal 300, 250 and 200 yards, and in no case that the money spent in improvements on ingenuousness. wave of prosperity that is not expected was the cloth pierced through. At tho B, nnd O. is being amply justified, and cost of on their own showing to be lasting. distances under 300 yards, however, that thereduced. operation is being very materially We nre to lime, according to these hertho outer layer was penetrated and tho alds, a wave of such prosperity as the bullots lodged against the inner layer. The Country's Needs. "What this councountry has never witnessed before, nnd Besides tho inventor nnd tho officers try needs," said the earnest citizen, "is more Senator Sorg-hunil interested are to make liny while the of tho fort, Father Andreas' Spetz, Dr. warships." "Yes," replied consulships." reflectively, "and more sun shines, for not being founded on L C. Borland nnd Lieut, De Korwin uniimgiun west-houn- d or thrcc-quartcr-lncast-boun- d 2 Krag-Jorgcnso2-- 3 TESTS OF ARMOR CLOTH. Steel Bullets Fall to IMerce Oaslmlr Zccelen's Fnhrlc. Tests of the armor cloth lnvrqated by Caslmir Zcgelcn were madYtith the United States army rifle rit Fort Sheridan, 111,, the other dny, under tho direction of Col. Hall. They proved to tho satisfaction of the watchers tho impenetrable quality of tho cloth. The cloth tested is what is called the cloth, an inch nnd a half Bnconraclnn; Statistics, KIDNEY TROUBLES Curod by Lydla B. PInkhom' Vegotablo Compound, I Also Bnckachs. 1 speak too highly of Mrs.! Pinkham's Medicine, for it has done so much for me. I havo been a great sufferer from Kidnoy trouble, pains in muscles, joints, back and shouldors; foot would swell. I also had womb troubles and leucorrhcoa. After using-LydiE. Pinkham's Vegotablo Compound, and Blood Purifier and Llror Pills, I felt llko a new woman. My kidneys aro now in perfect condition, and nil my other troubles aro cured. Mns. Maooik Potts, 824 Kauffman St, I cannot Philadelphia, Pa. Sarnecky, ot the Austrian army, were present. The cloth was hung over tho paper allhoutte of a man, which forms the regular target, and picked shots of the fort, selected by Lieut. Hawlcy, fired at it in turn. The cloth was 1Cx24 inches in size. The regular dtstonce for target practice with the is 800 yards, but to demonstrate the quality of the cloth the smaller ranges were employed. The regular rifle, whose steel bullets will penetrate nt a distance of S00 yards through 22 inches of oak, was used. The first shots wero fired from a distance of 400 ynrds and the bullets flattened themselves against the cloth without penetrating, something that has been hitherto unknown with a Krag-JorgensKrag-Jorgenso- n cartridge. The results will be made the subject of an official report in a short time. . RENEWED HOPE FOR THE BLIND. Vorelirn Tlcllevra nTronbls Hitherto Delleved Incurable. A very important discovery made by Dr. It. Deutschmann, of Hamburg, is Just now mnch spoken of by physicians, particularly by specialists on the eye. it deals with the successful cure of n Ilsease of the eye which but a short lime ago was considered absolutely incurable, the detaching or peeling of the retina, which sometimes o follows a cose of retinitis. This consists In tho shrinkage of the aqueous humor, a wntcry, slightly salty fluid which lies between the cornea nnd tho crystalline lens, with tho greater part of its substance in front of the Iris. If tho quantity of this fluid is lessened to a certain extent tho eyesight is absolutely destroyed, and the physicians can do nothing but pronounce the disease incurable. Now Prof. Deutschmann has succeeded in Introducing into the diseased eye, says tho' Philadelphia Itccord, a sufficient amount of the aqueous humor taken from a lle rabbit's eye to restore tho los sight." Several cases where this most delicate operation was successfully performed nre on record, the one of a purser oq ono of the steamers of the Hamburg-America- n line belngroost interesting. This man, totally blind three years ago, was nble to resume his former occupation, after undergoing tho operation just described, nnd hU sight is now as good as it was at any lime in his life. rhj-nlelndls-ins- Backache. My system was entirely run down,' T and I suffered with tcrriblo backacho By no means. Persons of herculean build in tho small of my back and could frequently possess a minimum of genuine hardly stand uprlght. I was moro vigor, and exhibit less endurance than very small people. Real vigor means the ability tired in tho morning than on retiring to digest and sleep well, nnd to perform a at night. I had no appetite. Sinca reasonable amount of daily physical and taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegotablo mental labor without unnatural fatigue. It Compound) I hnvogninedfiftcenpounds, is because a course of Hostctter's Stomach Hitters enables the enfeebled dyspeptic to and I look better than I overlooked resume the allottcdactivity of everyday life, beforo. I shall recommend it to all as well as to participate without discomfort as it certainly is a wonderin its enjoyments, that it is such a pre- my friends, ful medicine. Mns. E. P. Mobtok, 1043 eminently useful medicine. ' Hopkins St., Cincinnati, Ohio. If a man makes a success in life, ho likes ' Kidney Trouble. to tell how he started with nothing. Washington Democrat. Before taking Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegotablo Compound, I had suffered CHEAP EXCURSION RATES WE8T many years with kidney trouble. Tho pains in my back and shoulders wero Via narllogllocton float. One faro plus $2.00 for the round trip to tcrriblo. My menstruation became irNebraska, Kansas, Bt. Paul, Minneapolis, regular, and I was troubled with Black Bills, certain portions of Ions, ColI was growing very weak. I and Utah September 7th, 21 sL Octoorado ber Stb and 10th. Ask your tickot agent for had been to many physicians but readditional information. I W. Wa.kelkt, ceived no benefit. I began tho use of. General Passenger Agent, 3t. Louts, Ma Mrs. Pinkham's medicine, and tho first hcn n woman has more than she can bottlo relieved tho pain in my back! hold m her hand sho puts it in her mouth. and regulated tho menses. It is thor Washington Democrat. best kind of medicine that I havo ever relieved tho pain so quickly For Whooping Cough. Piso's Cure is a taken, for it successful remedy. M. P. Dieter, 07 Throop and cured tho disease. Mns. Lilt.ian', CmrrEN, Box 77, St. Andrews Bay, Fla.1 Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 14, 'w. oiar. Do Wo Need Dls; Muscles If it wero not for funerals a great many men would never hear a sermon. Washington Democrat. Is taken Internally. Price F A New Deimrtnre. "I know it is unprecedented, my dear," said the popular minister to his wife, with a look of firm iletei initiation upon his face. "1 know the nub'ic will consider me a sensational, unorthodox innovator, but something must be done to fill the church and bring mo into notice." "Hut," said his wife, "consider what an abnormal, extraordinary and unparalleled thing it is you propose. I have never, been in favor of jour' discussing in the pulpit subjects that will startle and invite criticism from the congregation and public. 'Why not confine yourself, as other preachers do, to matters that they naturally expect from a minister of the gospel?" "They no longer attract attention," ijaid the minister. 'The people now demand something new and electrifying, and I think I have hit upon a plan of discourse that will create a furore in wrld. I have decided to abandon the old beaten paths and give them something next Sunday that will come like a thunder clnp upon tho congregation. "Very well(" said hfs wife, with n sigh of resignation, "if you have fully determined to take a text from tho Uiblo I will trv no longer to dissuade you." Chicago Tribune, decrease. Allen's Foot-Easa powder for the feet. It cures painful, swollen, smarting feet and instantly takes the sting out of corns and bunions. It's thp greatest comfort discovery I'oot-Kasof the nee. Allts-i'mukes tight or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain cure for sweating, callous, hot, tired, aching feet. Try It Sold bv all druggists and shoo stores, 25c. Trial package, FHKIi, Write to Allen S. Olmsted, LeKoy, N. Y. s o such is too obvious to require analysis. Where or when it will stop no man pretends to know. Certainly there ismohope of checking it as long as tho republicans hold the purso strings. National gratitude has its limits. Men who were incapacitated for in saving the union deserve na tional aid. This doctrino of Solon has. the indorsement of modern enlightenment. But it is now more than 30 years since the civil wnr closed. Even "if nil of the more than 2,000,000 men who fought for the union were alive and entitled' to pensions, under a strict ariU honest) interpretation tho amount would 3iot be much greater than it now is. Indeed, it probably would not be as large if rigid honesty were applied tc the question of pensions. The laws have been so loosely and dishonestly administered that the cost of pensions swells when there should be a steady self-suppo- DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK? If n old. leaking tin. Iron or iteel roof, paint with A! len'a Anil Hunt Paint. One coat enouch! toMa llttlei Eocafart Usla lunir. Ko skill required. Stopi Liaai ai4 rroloaii tka Ufa of an old Eoor. Write for erldeoret Acuta Want!. T. F. Allen 13 Vine aUClnclnnall, OI Unit's Cntnrrh Cnre 75c. Pome people arc better when they are sick than at any other time. Chicago Itecord. trtati'. BT00K, COALIIAY, ORArN.BIICCIl AMD COTTON SCALES. Weeks Scale Works, fl BUri7ll.U II V II Is rt PET TnE OENU1NB ARTICLE! St. Louis Republic. Shrike Into Yonr Slincn. rush oi trade with a roaring- lion standncr? Strongarm Jake I shook 'im. Ho got ro ing in, his front dooms tohope to dodge ligion already. the sheriff wh'eni there is a deficit in the "O! Ouit the business, has he?" federal revenues. Tho catalogue of po"Ho always wanted to open a 6afe with litical ills is a long one, but a deficit is prayer." Cincinnati Inquiier. the boss ill and as good as any two It Wiiii Tnken Awheel. among the toughest of the lot. The Mrs. Tenspot I am so glad that vou aro engaged to Harold Willoughby. Was it a extra, session of congress was called to wipe out the deficit and savo the counlong courtship? Miss Skidmoro Not very. My cvelome' try, and yet we are now in the enjoytcr registered about 700 miles.Judge. ment of a Ugh degree of prosperity - A Mild Attnclc. Becfneck Bill Wot's come of your pard AND PROSPERITY. Ha.ro Dcen Given the Lie ly Event. The republican organs positively assured us some months ago that we could not hope for any prosperity so long ns thcrawasadeflcifciathe treasury. There is nothing in this wide world, said they, in efTect.thatwill take thc starch out of business like a deficit. DEFICIT Frotectlonlnts The merchant might as well expect a ALABAMA LADIES DON'T LIE Oak IvOwery,Ala.,writcSS Have used Dr. M. A. mi) Mcclicino in my Simmons Iiivor family for 10 years, with li 1 w' Alll fj good results. I think Vk it is stronger than "Zcilin's" or "Black Draught." Cramps 'J" L. . I Fl'7 Li Are caused by an Irritation of the nerves. Thoy are local spasms, frequently or uterine disease. There are the result pinching, gnawing and contractl vo pains in tho region of tho stomach extending to tho back and chesD They aro often the symptom and effect of indigestion. Dr. 31. A. Simmons llTerModlclno should bo used to stimulate tho digestive organs and Dr. Simmons Squaw Vino wine-- to give immediate relic MUI4 ycauiuucut cure. After tho old proprietors of tho article) Duircauca -.- uiacK .urangni" werebytoo United States Court enjoined from using tho words constituting onr trade name-d- oes not equity require that they stand on tbolr own trndo name and merits (If any) of their article, and not seek to anproprinto , the trade for onr artlclo called for and inpjvn as Dr. Simmons Liver Medicine, by publishing tho plcturo of another Dr. Simmons on their wrapper and falsely adTertis-i"-? that their article ' Black Draught" was established in 1810, that being tho year in which our nrtlclojras established, whilo no S?. cT5.bo!Z$ ot "Black Draught" till Why do they advcrtlao that ?" 188- - and falsehood associate their with onrs (bavlnir tbo clctnrn of Dr.article 81m. if. A. mOnS on it) hv their nnbllcalion of tha picture of another Dr. Simmons, if not dono y "PP'oprlate cur trade? Is not the motive apparent? rM riV "1 sj - when eho expoots to travel. It saves one from, taking injurious drugs. For 16 years It haa been a necessary mcdlclno in my house. Caution. T)nnfc tin tnrAnA Ima n1.lnM choapworthlcsRstuff. If tho mcrcbanttolla you'MtisinstthoBamo" naM.A.S. I. U.. yoq may know that ho Is trying to ooll you cheap Bluff to mako a lilg profit ty palmisK Oil on yen a wholly different article, , fcfl ban Antonio, Tex., sayii My wlfo has used Dr. HI, A. Simmons Liver Mod. icinomaiiyyoarsforSick Headache and novor falls to buy a package while the deficit continues to transact its pernicious business at the old stand. Of course, there, are those who say that the prosperity we are now enjoying is till on paper, but they nre of the breed called "calamity howlers." TEey have an interest of one kkid or another in hard tlmes the harder the better. They don't want prosperity themselves and they don't want anybody else to THE MARKETS. have any, and when there aro no hard times they toy to deceive themselves CIKCINNATI, Aujr. 3L LIVK and others by howling that the times common! !S a 3 14 m W 4 10 fiT,c,V.?.lbuu;ncr are simply awful. They ore not to be considered. The fact is that we have "Oy,. ('ommon. i su fb 4J oa RIlxcil packers 4 2 a 35 prosperity in abundance, nnd In spite ., 41 ... l.1l?ht uhlnnpra rji of the terrible deficit. Nothing Is. cn .75 fj 3 2, to choice. ..,,.... 5 no 35 clearer than, that the protectionist orFI.oyil-winfamily. ,..... 375 2j 4 00 gans shamefully misrepresented the 3 reil 05 $ 03 , No. 3 ml; 06 deficit, forweareaprosperousnndhnn- Corn No. 2 mixed qa 31 py people with tho deficit still on deck. OatH-8..,i.., ...Sv-Na- S a 0 ah If the protectionists aro not a little, une (Hep.). HAY Prime to chorii; ft !0 U0 more careful about their utterances pork Consumers now required to pay I'HOVISIONS-Mo- ss T.aril -- Prime mmm ej 4 75 they may run the risk of getting popu- higher prices for the necesco 10 ttnlry II lar credit for saying what is not so. saries of life are beginning to realize tocholrocrcnmcry .. l'rlmu it vo APPI.KS-P- rr Nl it 2 00 hill Binghamton (N. Y.) Leader. thntit costs money to see the elephnnt, POTATOES-P- cr Jbbl S 00 I 85 ecpeclolly the pachyderm of 'NEW YOKK. The tariff "for revenue" does not variety. St. Louis Itepubllc, the g. o. p. 8 35 t j 5 en FLOUR Winter patent seem to be filling requirements. The , No.Sri'd 7' 4 Mark Hannn is quoted as saying COItN No. Jmlxmi; customs under the new receipts from Cti 35fj some time ago that "nonan in public HYE dh 4I', law continue small, averaging about . (ft 2IU office owes the public anything." In so 10 00 10 m I'OIUC $200,000 a day, whilo it will take an far ns Mr. Hannn has any power in the LAUD Now Mn 5 20 Wcstern.'v of $500,000 a day to wipe out the r;ucAao. deficit. Tho whole of the government matter, he has seen that tho public 8 00 5 30 FLOUR Winter pit tents...... revenue collected for this month gets nothing, except the worst of it. Wt 3 red..., HM4 hu tay, No 2 Chicago uprlnij amounts to about $10,000,000, while'the Uingbnmton (N.Y.) Leader. ;m 20li The revival of prosperity through expenditures are over $18,000,000. Pros OATH No. if". 88714 80) perity cannot stand such inequality be- the bounty of nature in this country 83K and' fnlllng crops elsewhere comes detween expenditure nnd income very lIAl.TIMOni'-spite restrictions on trnde for the benelong. Indianapolis tNews. 4 5 8 00 lly fit of. plutocrats. The "rake off" foi 2 INI'. Wi 05 We aro told in ono breath by the the favored few provided for. by the Soullicrn Wheat 31 Kltt Corn Mlxrrt i.. republican organs that the effect of the Dlngley iniquity Is merely a fly in the 24 25 Oats No. 3 white 50 wqstrrn Dlngley tariff will be to restrict im- ointment of the country's content. St. Ilyo No. 2 4 21 15 CATTLK Writ' quality portations, nnd thus insure a favorable Louis 4 HOO Western 0 I 75 balance of trade, and in the next breath When the Dlngley tariff wbb beINPIANAl'OMS. that the Dlngley tariff will nlhoincrenso ing made up Alabama iron manufactur- GRAIN 05 , Corn No. 2ml xtxl.,, the revenues nnd keep tlie treasury full ers declared that they did not want nny ""Oats No, t mxi:l . .. in, of gold. Unless there shall be largo im- protection, because they could sell their l;oj;isville portations thcro cannot be a large product abroad without any. They have Ul 375 3 red l from importations. If the been shipping iron right along- under .1. Corn Mlxod Dlngley law shall stop importations it the Wilson tariff to England and other t Oats Mixed!.! will stop revenue. Philadelphia Itec- - countries of Europe and they can con .' 500 LAUD Steum t ord. tinu-- . to do so. N. 0. Picayune. VIn-senne- Ilepuhllcnnii. The great cry of the republican party during the. campaign was for "sound money." It declared that the question, should be placed beyond controversy. It had dallied for month after month with other questions, and has finally been checkmated In this attempt to enact a parliamentary fraud upon tho people. All this, too, in view of the fact that the money question is regarded as the greatest which has come before the country In its century of existence. Even after adjournment of congress, Secretary Gage, speaking for the republican party and as the head of the treasury portfolio, which is tho business bureau of the government, declared that tho tariff issue was infinitesimal beside tho demand for money reform. Notwithstanding this declaration; which is but an echo of what the people have already declared, the country is doomed to a fresh period of disappointment. The doctor who begs to be called to theside of tho sick patient and then falls to apply tho remedy Isa wretch indeed, but whnb is he compared to that great doctor of political ills who went before tho country on a series of fals promises and who is unable to redeem a single oneof them? The people of the United States nrei too intelligent to be further bunkoed by such transparent schemes, ond they know now, If they did not know it be fore, that the republican party Is'but tho creature of corporations, trusts nnd rings, vthlch have no other purpose but the destruction of personal liberty and tho robbery of their substance. Atlanta Constitution. POINTS AND OPINIONS. Isn't it odd that Mark nnnnn hasn't claimed the Klondike gold strike ns a logical outcome of McKinley's election? St. Louis Bepublic. The mnn with a small salary nnd a large family, to wliom the return of .prosperity bringoth only higher prices jfot the things he buyeth, may rejoice that he holdeth his job. Chicago Tribtariff-taxe- d the Walter Baker & Co.'s Breakfast COCOA Pure, Delicious, Nutritious. CoBto 1,083 than ONE CENT a cup. Be sure that the package bears our Trade-Mar- Walter Baker & Co. (CiUbllihed 1780.) TTide-Mar- Limited. EPIDEMIC OF SUICIDES. who suffocated themselves in a small room with the fumes of a charcoal stove after dining together. Since then, almost dally, one or more women have committed suicide, and the of men has been equally numerous. The bodies of men are found dally s. hanging to trees in. the Boise de In one nlley oi that part alone six bodies of suicides were found during the past week, nnd the morgue'is no full of dead bodies found in the river Seine that there is no farther room for Ihem. self-murd- Alnrmlnir Increase in Their Nnmber Among Men nnd Women of Paris. Thcro has been a veritable epidemic of ulcidc in Paris for some weeks past, the recent tropical hent adding to the uumber of cases. The tragedies commenced with on July f last of the four young dressmaker in the Polssonniere quarter of Paris, HaiI with dcU8:ht thc c01"0? of most Xa.VJJLIatO wonderful. merirnrJnus nrm.ir-- i fmn .. ..w g.. VX.W.Hw. j will hVhten thc ills of humanity and will do away with thc tafc- ingf of obnoxious, violent purges, inconvenient liquids, and pills that tear your me out. dimple, because in aaa.atttttiB,tttt, ATT " tff Dorchester. Moss. caxcb CANDY CATHARTIC X t You find Just what you want, convenient in form, pleasant of taste A made of the most costly Ingredients, they arc sold at a price vithin the reach of all ... ALL, DRUOalSTS. firf inntpl 4r. vAuwyyi tint va m.. fA!f! ubvcr-idiui- ic i rciucuia.1 aciinn. m A fif rrn rnntt loc, 35c., 50c. 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