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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1897 mou1897091001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i . i'ji i v i SWaMtrl '. VOLUME XII. ,XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXyt iemm m.5 r r i MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, EMDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1897. MICIIIPICOTEN. Quartz In NUMBER 1. lABOR DAY KENTUCKY !M SEPTEMBER Sun. Won. Tub. Wed. 1897. Sat: Thur. Which Pure Gold as Largo as Pinheads Can Bo Seen. 3 6 10 11 It Kxlitta Almost Kverywhere In tlio Ith Wnwii Jtcglon A Lively Mining Ciiinp Sjirunf Into lixlstcnco Muny llns Gold Hunters Ara on tho Way. O.-- Tho s J2 13 14 15 16 17 18 9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 WWWTtrVTTTTT-rTTTCURRENT TOPICS. i miners. Tub United States lias 305,000 coal , IIkaiis are reported very numerous 5n Idaho. Iii.vauki:k is to have a municipal Ifarbapc plant. ,j CoxnitKKRMAX Db OitAiTKNitiKi) was once iv braUeman. A can not be a mem, ber of the city council of Toronto. The rate of wafjes-n- f tlio New York Herman Fanners' union is J5 cents an Jiouv, Ciov. IJowks, of Oklahoma, wnsatelc-Krnp- h Saui.tSteMaiuk, Mich.. Sept. party of gold seekers on tho yacht Mary Hell returned from Michiplcoten Saturday evening, after having been in tlio now gold fields but threo dayb. They say the newly discovered Eldorado is fully as rich as has been reported, Thero nro 1 in tho party, and all re Rponslble business men of this city. of them secured Each claims upon which tho gold quartz promises big returns. In all the party will make application for 4,000 acres which was prospected and staged out whilo they were there. Many samples of "quartz in which- there was gold as largo ns pin heads can be seen, wero brought back. Tho specimens wero bccurcd from different places on their claims which aro scattered. When tho party arrived Tuesday night there wero but six prospectors on tlio ground nt Lake Wawa, and they se1 - operator at Leavenworth when the war broke out. Ax oflluial report shows that there nrn issued yearly in the tlirnHis of l'uris U.'b'JO.OOO tickets. Tuksday September 21, lias been set npurt by tho Tcnne.sseo eentennial exposition as "IrlshjAinerican day." It is said thawfhearly twenty city councils in tho United Stutes now use tho union label on their oliicial print dead-hea- d Tiikui: arc 71,003 more women' than men in the state of Massachusetts, and tills excess is all in persons over four- of Ir u Now York corporation violates the law requiring weekly payment it must forfeit to each employe the sum RW. teen. K- -t r.iiJw" h.- ii L'- - of stock In the national banks In tills country, and 8145,000,000 in tho state banks. Coitkii coins aro not in use at Johannesburg ut all, the lowest pleco of money being1 the threepenny bit - WlDlll llvllVtl 1 1T1 lino i..imun t- It is stated that women control ."""' llcdjtickoy.. ,. -- i.M-- utu nllfnt-- a limV'tl' ... - uTifruliiar 5 nMiTrnGJiti. pTiireproof material. , r-v u ' V . than their American sisters, and tho ankeo ladies in their turn can look down at the gentler se.x In France. Am. of tho alphabet us far as tho word "foister" of the Oxford (Murray) English dictionary is now completed, and much work has been done on tho let-len- s IV- - rv? ! EJ. )k o r ii 4 K. 1 A i Uishop, aged 19 years, shot and mortally wounded his futhcr, Edward A. J lloyd .street, Uishop, at their homo, The parents of Monday afternoon. the youthful patricide had lived opart Sillier Sulcltles In u Shocking Dimmer. for some weeks post, and Monday Oiiovillb, Cal., Sept. 0. Adam Kip-shotho elder Itishop cnino to tho an aged German minor, commit- house and attempted to forco an ented suieido In a shocking manner at his trance from tho rear. IIo wns shot by claim near Yankeo Hill. IIo loft his his son as he broke through the kitchen partner, a half breed Indian, in their door. cnbin and went to tho mino alone. A Hull Derails u Train. Shortly afterword tho Indian heard n Train No. investigation found 5", Fombiiu.i., Minn., Sept. 7. west report und upon on tho Wabash railroad, bound, powthat Nipshew had placed n giant Jtrty Splitter. struck a bull quarter of a inile west famous Roquefort cheese- is der cartridgo in his mouth and fired of this place Sunday night. Tenars The threatened by tho rapid success of two It, blowing tlio top of his head off. were derailed. The passengers in tho rival brands, Gorgonzola and Sasscnar Nlpshew had been despondent for bomo rear cars were thrown to the lloors by tho latter of which, an Auvergnal time. the shook, but none of them wore hurt. An American Klllcil by Turku. cheescr greatly resembles Roquefort, An unknown tramp was instantly Loxuoy, Sept. 0. A special dispatch killed. Engineer John Egau wns fatalis said to possess exceptional qualnnd ities duo to its slow ripening. And in from Cnncn, Island of Crete, says that ly hurt, being injured internally und consequonco the Roquefort cheese it an American named Cyrus Thrope, ha badly scalded. Fireman Greosa was been killed by Turks near Hicrapetra, badly scalded on tho back und legs. ranldlv declinimr. nft-crno- in diameter, have been found In tearing down a shop in tho center of the elty of Chester, England. Thk most unique fence in Maine is that of iv Harpswell fisherman. His front yard is composed of tho bwords of swordflsh, many of which have figured in exciting episodes. Thk most enthusiastic whcclwoman in I'ittsfleld, Mass., is a grandmother. Every fair day the old lady can bo seen wheeling through tho btrcets with ti cheery word for all she meets. Thk finest complexions in tho world This aro said to bo in tho llcrmudas. is accounted for by tho fact that tho inhabitants live ehiclly on onions, of which they export over 17,000,000 pounds nnnualy. Von IIirjinoi.DT, tho great scientist, when on a visit to Dutch Ilazber, near itnstol'bay, predicted that tjio mother vein of gold would sliowitsolf in Alaska in n parallel line. Recent discoveries indicate that this prophecy has been fulfilled. I'liiNcr. Louis Napolko.v, colonol of tho lancers regiment of the Imperial Russian Guard at St. Petersburg, asked tho ear for leavo of absence in order Unit ho might not have to witness President Fauro's visit to tho Russian capital. Tho request was granted. Tin: importance of a free library as n necessary concomitant of existence in tho present day is illustrated by the arrangements made to open churches, banks and u free library ns tho three prime necessities of Dawson City, Klondike. Enomsh parties have multiplied since Mr. Gladstone took up homo rule, ills former followers are now divided into liOernl unionists, Rosoberyites, Laboncheriuiia, DUlonltfs, Painellltcs and Ilcalyltcs, Some one in thu Times calls him tho Grand Old U, II and K. Thk lower classes of tho Japanese employ hardly any other material than paper for their clothing, Whtare wages uro exceedingly low cloth Is an lmposi-biextravagance. (ioktiii: oneo presented n set of his works., Jto, JIarvard "university a fact brought to light some years ago in tho process of rccataloguing the German litethe library. rature-of Ukm.wxs of what seems to be a. Roman basilica, with columns three feet o cured good locations. They aro jubilant over their finds and say that auriferous deposit is evidently an immense one. Veins of beautiful white quartz, carrying free gold, exist almost evqry in tlio Lake Wawa region. Tlio original find is an extremely rich ouo beyond doubt. The returning prospectors say that where the veins arc laid bare tho gold particles can bo seen everywhere in tho rumrtz. When tho party left Saturday 'at least 200 prospectors had and they passed several parties going in.' Tho shores of Lake Wawa wero dotted with tents, and within tho threo days they wero thero a lively mining camp had spcung A short distance into existence. of the mouth of tho Michiplcoten river to Lake Wawa is not to exceed seven miles and the party experienced no difficulty in getting in and outr With their camp equlppago tho trip was mad.o in about three hours. Tho road is a well defined one. Tho reports which tho Mary Hell party brought has set tho two Soos wild with excitement nnd an exodus to Klondike Junior will Ibepin Mondav. mm. r. aBbelnt . surveved ati ?WA "town .Tr"", SlMMBMttiiCMIfilFel t : IIMnUtKUM, intr 7nTauo.to!cHfforitJSlkun4reuIofl people-whard'ccrtairTto flock to tho region in tho next few weeks. Tho next steamer leaves tho Soo Monday afternoon nnd will hereafter mnko three trips weekly. Another boat will bo put on tho route if necessary and arrangements nro being made to build a dock at Michiplcoten. Monday's bjiat will tako up a big crowd of people, many of whom will have, to sleep on the deck. OIL SPRING. Vulimblo In Quality nnd Thero Secmn to ITo Plenty of It. Camiton, Ky., Sept. 0. It has been found that tho oil bursting out of tho bed of the creek on tho farm of S. JJ. Smith, five miles from here, contains u very valuablo quality hitherto unknown. By laying a plank or anything across tho creek n person can dam the oil up and gather any amount of it, and it has been discovered that tho oil will burn ns fast as dry paper. The people, through curiosity, go to tills oil spring, dam it up on tho top of tho water and then strike a match to it in order to sco spread over the wholo surface of the water perfect blaze of dj . Zandsvim.k, 0., Sept. 7. Labor day wns attended by many accidents and several fatalities here. A train of six electric cars got beyond control nnd dashed down tho "Y" bridge incline nnnpproachlng train. .nnd Two pcoplo were fatally injured nnd several others seriously. Mrs. J. II. Alexander, wife of ft traveling salesman, wns thrown between tho cars and terribly crushed. Sho is at the hospital and can not live. Just McGratlij district organizer of the federation qt labor, was probably fatally injured. . The others injured Miss Holmes, ofiNo.wark;rMr. Yodcr, of CantontfMlss Rathbunj of Evans villc. ', . An hoiirjat'er a car jumped tho trade ond Mrs. Charles Rodgei's, of Zunes-villand Miss Ivy Itrighain, of Newark, were thrown under the wheels. Physicians say they can not recover. Mr. nnd Mrs. lleston, variety show people, were also badly injured. Wliilo attempting to alight from a freight train, William O. Heine, who was leaving the city for a hunting trip, wns thrown under the wheels and badly injured. With superhuman pluck he walked a dlslanco of two miles nnd died shortly after leaving the city. There were 15,000 visitors in tlio city. side-wiped Attended Uy Jljny Aeelilents a nil I'litnlUle nt ZiiuefltlUc, O. state' news, aro still holding AYI.ttk farmers their wheat for SI. "lIJvutoKRS are cutting their millet nnd tt'iy the finest crop seen in years. Only one applicant for a teacher's certificate at Owingsville, and ho s a certificate. Thomas Lkach, of Horse Ilranch, first-clas- THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY,' STANFORD. KY. Successors to tho Lincoln National OF I3ank. ac- cidentally put his hand into a coppcr-'hej?- d snake's mouth. IIo will die. By provision of its charter, depositors are as fully protected as are Tin; girl who committed suicide in depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually the Victoria hotel at Chicago has been liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par value Identified a Anna M. Esscmnu, of may to the amount invested in such shares: RojiihriUe. Vm. Daiuiv, a well known 'Kentucky farmer, has certainly holved tho tobacco worm problem. IIo hos rigged up"ustrlullcr, arranged In biich away are;': It thereof in addition ns Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an individual, act . e, A MONSTER " Taken From the Ofllcrm nnd Lynched Near l'rlcml Mission, Va. Raucioh, N. C, Sept. 7. A special from Mt. Airy, N $., to tho News niftr .. Observer says that Sunday afternoon near Friends Miss on, Va., Miss Sadio )i i girl was outraged Cook, n young by Henry Vall,"' ilte, aged about Bl, After accompli shii g his purpose, Wall dealt his victim be eral blows over tho head with a hocsn ndering her .uncon- jMns. NoitA Mills, aged 17, has scious, nnd tlicrV, placing her head Hopkins-villc- , on a log crushed it Syith a stone, which brought suit for divorce at alleging that she was coerced idV nearby. Wall was left, lying bio then cut the girl's thrcVt, severing tho into marriage by her relatives. DAftvn.i.K'a population, according to windpipe, and dragged the body some O.h'J'J. 50 yards up n mvinc, threw it into a a city directory just, issued, is A fJCitr.Mi: Is on foot for the erection where it was afterwards foiyitl. branch, a roller flouring ufill at Oak Level, Meantime he went to a spring and was irsliall county found washing' tho stains from his clfithing. " RDit. J. II. GitADV. a prominent physimo The" excitement became so intense,, iciuri; ot Adair coiiiuy, was that Monday afternoon Wall was taktjn, btlnjrday for lunacy and committed to . ... ij frbnrtho oJUeoru anil lytieiicd near tho (tna Anchorasro asylum. '" lyT'RyilCJhLto'lICntucldansjthc, scene of Hie crime. '"XP" kind-heartepoor-housd . t M718t 3,875.31 6,rS0.OO Ten acres can VW3 8I 800.00 be'.normed in a daw and in a much 10.705 69 I8j3,:j8 8) . more clfcctive way than by hand. Mr. Darby has applied for n patent, on tho invention. " bn. John Collins, of Rockhouse, was V. A. Carpenter, Milledgevllle, K nominated by the republicans of Letch- - J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, Ky erj Knott anil Floyd counties for tho John M. Hail, Stanford, Ky. Jno, S. Owsley, Stanford, Ky. legislature. " " J.E.Lynn Jno. F. Cash Kirov Daniki.h, of Princeton.ran away " " " " William Gooch, Embry, a S. J frni home. Sho thereby forfeited W. H. Cummings, Preachersville, Ky. fortune of 18,000 which her uncle had willed to her. S. H. SHANKS, President. J, B. OWSLEY. Cashier ;ijln.!nv J. Colsoit, nephew of W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. Colson, of Middlcsboro.eloped JSSTWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, and 5tli Lizzie Foster, of Jolly Ridge, eludthey will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier ing tier parents, who objected. l'io mothers left two babies in a fence corner to starve near Hodgon-vill- i. They wero rescued by a woman and sent to the bp'tli worms and eggs. astosjnay three rows of tobacco at oinjc The sprinkler is mado to bo drawri by two liorscft, and thus one row ts'strauiiled, and together with a row onseach side, is given a drenching of PaVis green, which is suro death to Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Stanford, Kentucky, December 31, 1896. resources. f.oan anil Discount Otordratta Other Stocks and Honds Due from Notional Uanks Hanking IIouso Furniture una Fixtures CuU .j ! LIABILITIES. 1277.010.91 7,070 19 1,08407 41,eoi 02 Capital Stock Surplus Fund Individual Deposits Duo from National Banks Due from bta.to Hanks IS 0, 00.W 17,003 80 Directora. A. PENNINGTON -- DEALER IN-- GENERAL ERCHA DISE. I AM . &NEWQ R LEAN S &)&. VriiwL- iiimp iJti""iwSU:iiTeg;iiHii.oifAiivi 3ewGo6m .. :.- r .', T" tit r.vansviiio, urn., awn:Hftwr'ntlKTn Uimruntliio Against cnor oiippry io Newport, 2111am. fiost jacket ing: John Link, Illloxl mid Oeean Sjirlns, Ni:v Ojii.kans, La., Sept. 7. Tho for firo plugs. state board of health has decided to enJohn T. Hahhaw, former representaforce a rigid quarantine against Uiloxi tive from Henry county, has announced Quarantine will himself n candidate for speaker of the nnd Ocean Springs. also be enforced against tlio other wa- house. B. tering places on tlio gulf coast until Ix Marshall county tho other day at Oliphnnt President returns and a barbecue a go.neial fight took place. more light is obtained on tho Sheriff Joe Little, who was present, bo arrested this vioters and then purchased Guards to are situation. put on the trains and at trio all tho cider on tho gronndbnnd poured I have moved to my new Hotel arc am better prepared btations, all baggage Is to be fumigated it into Jonathan creek to keep the than ever to accommodate tho public. Good Livery at und every precaution is to be taken to fighting crowd from getting any ... . Givo me call tacheel and every convenience desired. keep the disease out of tho city. Tho drunker. & Nashville trains havo ItnKWRAiinir, of lilanchct, died Joe Lou(isvillo been ordered not to stop at cither the other day from injiiiies which aro Illloxi or. Ocean Springs. Tlio houses supposed to havo been caused by a of all people who have rotnrned to New fight, although he declared he was hurt Orleans in the past two days arc to bo in falling oft' his horse. Ills s1ull was thoroughly fumigated. lracturcu. Many applicants desiring examina'Convoniont to railroad station. Rates reasonable. THE BIG GUNS tions in the revenue service of the LexPorters meet all trains. Sunk the Schooner Agues I. Grave Sho ington district wero refused entry , -- SELLING GOODS LOWER THAN THEY WERE EVER SOLD BEFORE IN MT. VERNON. is on the Corner of Main Street and Taylor Avenue, Neat My Store Presbyterian and Baptist Churches. ,'f - HOUSE THERILEYProprietor, F. RIL,BY, LONDON, - - KENTUCKY. - ' The Sambrook Hotel fire. This oil for lubricating purposes Is hard to surpass, nnd the beauty of it rests in the fact that it is and does not have to undergo any process whatever to bo valuable for such purposes. It has ulso been found to work wonders in perfecting cures for bruises, cuts and sores. Efforts will bo mado at once to develop this oil spring to see tho extent of its richness. rcady-inado NITRO-GLYCERINE Savannah, Gil, Sept. 7. Capt. C. D. 1' arrar and crow of the schooner Agnes o I. Grace,, which sunk 20 miles oft" Sunday, arrived at tlio city Monday night. Capt. Farrnr states that guns for the coast defenses tho suddenly broke from their fastenings and rolled to tho leo of tho vessel, smashing everything in their way. Tho waterways were opened by tho crush, and the vessel sunk tin about twenty minutes. Sho lies in ten fathoms of water, with her top mast out of tho water. It is possible Hint the guns can be recovered. The wreck is in the path of tho coastwise vessels and -- is dangerous to navigation. Ty-be10-to- n I.li'H In Trii.J'iitlinmii of Water. EXPLODES. anil n Homo Killed, Iluggy Tlio mill a llrltlgo Ilutily Diiiungcil. Mononoaiiixa, Pn., Sept. 0. Uy an e explosion of early SatMoil nitro-glyccrin- urday morning, two men nnd a horse wero killed, n buggy completely demolished , and the bridge across tfie Monongaheln river so badly damaged that it will havo to bo abandoned until repaired. Windows in the vicinity wero broken and tho residents for a mllo awakened by tho concussion. One of tho men is believed to bo Charkw P. Rankin, formerly superintendent of tho Wats.on Mining Co. It is supposed that tho men had tlio glycerine in tho buggy nnd that a sudden jar caused tho explosion. l'lro In Philadelphia. Pini.ADKi.i'iiiA, Sept. 7. Shortly after 4 o'clock Monday afternoon flro biokc out in tlio basket and wickcrwarc factory of John M. Rowo Sons & Co., isa N. Water street, and in u short tiino extended to several adjoining buildings on Water street and several fronting on Delaware avenue, llcfore tho tlamcs were got under control an estimated damage of over 8100,000 had resulted, all of which is fully covered by insurance. Tho origin is unknown. A SIOO.OOO .Shot ami Killed hy HI Son. Sept. 7. Edward llAi.TiMom:, II. prosperous furmor, nged 77, died suddenly as ho aimed to sit down in a chair. Ho missed tho scat and expired before ho could be rahed. IIkz Luno, of Uarrodsburg, loaned his prescription for somo whisky to n friend who worsted a drink, and he is likely to bo prosecuted by tlio temperance people. 87,000. Louis Wolfr Inherited lie went on a bpreo in Louis-vlllnnd was robbed. Fortunately the robbers also "spreed" and wero arrested, the money being recovered. A. T. Hi:iiit,ho Louisville politician who disappeared with a large .amount of monov, has been seen at Phoenix, Ariz. lie was formerly secretary of the republican campaign coininlftee of Kentucky. Thk governor has restored to citizen-bliiu man who lias not had this right for U7 yenrs. Ho is Sain Smith, who has been sent to the penitentiary from Roylo county in 1870, and had been out of prison and a good citizen for a number of years. The governor.rejectcd n strong plea for pardon of Josh Duncan, sent from Pulaski county for manslaughter. o p ining boi,nl had failed to receive a sufficient number. At Richmond Thomas Stagner, a blanks because tho clerk of tlio exam Livingston Druggf8ts'arid Ky Pharmacists. MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt. Verraon, Ky. We carrv Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, . &u. Prescrip tions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call lor goods usually kept in a first-clas- s i i f I drugstore. S&IEOIifclO I I Till! uurg ior the month of August were 8104,173.411, nn increase of over870,000ns compared with August 1800. Stnmp Deputy Posey has retired, succeeded by U. revenue receipts at Lawrence- - v. Tin: grave of a Fleming county furm' cr was opened and the body mutilated uy ununown ghouls. Surplus $23,100 $200,000. Capital Stock Joiix Johnson, a noted desperado, lias been lodged In the Elkton jail -charged with tho murder of Joliu Andrews, of Trenton, Thk Waco Tiling and llrlck factory, J, W. Ilayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. ReJd of Richmond, has raised employes' T. P. Hill, S. II. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, wages ten per cent. J. S. I locker and M. J. Miller. Tiik Lexington canning factory will open after' luwing been closed for 13 We solicit the accounts of the citizens ol Rockcastle and adjoining months, i counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business Skknty-fiy- k years ago Pioneer intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, vih a view Hums stuck a polo in the ground near invitedRichmond. Now n giant sycamore tree to business relations, respectfully J. S. IIOCKER, Pies, JNO. J. McROBERTS, Cashier, marks tho'spot. Petty. First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. . DIRECTORS- i I- -' , " i y rrcssEwmzsTTSbnrozsfsrj 9 icytKiDn&mtm rasswrw atfrurmata Mt. Vernon Signal 1897 by Friday, Ski'T. io, Published every ... !.., hij children and neighbors to .,.luuiiiyjuuge I'Y ouu "iu at the same time be jorily and theisindcneiidcnt eandi- know, and i. l building up his country religious- dale is sure to ride in on the First Tuesday in N$$cmbcr. You can ly, morally and socially. A Voter. smoke this uuyour pipes. lor l iiv.-.-V ".ITH . "' ..., 1 .uiuuuagsrjKnjiy-avraaMiBaaaiKCEgTxrg- i I - - mr r, . ...-- "' " . . nnMiWr. I" - - - rvt'"!aBM-,!.'sE- G, W. McCLURE, !THE- - NEW !?: MYERS I'koi-'k.- , HOTJSE. , Attorney "at- - La w r.lt. Vernon, Ky N IS Wf iVI A N AG 13V n .AL. G. HUFFMAN, MK 2 Friday JAMES MARET. Subscription onk ykar 1.00 Livingston, Ky Mr. Editor: , Sept. 1, '07. s- - ' , '. m V R Let J Tottkn. D. R. Advertising rates made known on application ANNO UNCEM W7 5. We' are authorized to announce JOHN W.' BAKER As nn Independent Republi?an candidate for SherifFof Rockcastle county to be voted for at November election, 1897. Mt. Vi'.rnon, Ky., Aug. 31, '97 Editor of Signal,: In answer to an article which appeared in the "The Republican" of last week in regard to the conduct of sonic of the County Official'; We wish to differ from those whose names follow that article: If necessary, it can be proven by reputable Republican citizens that some of said, officials have been guilty of official aud general con duct, not on'y uiuVorthyof their 'of ficial position-?- , but of the dignity and iuoialily,i expected of the humblest private citizen: M. P. Newcomb, Republican, ' H. C. Gentry, " jr. J. Smith, ' ; Democrat, James Maret, Wm. Poyntcr, ' Geo. E McCoy, r G.- A. Parker, Republican, P. J. McMullin, Democrat, R.P. Norton, 'II. K. McKinney, Republican AI. Pciu.ington, M.D., Dear Sir: We caunot support the present nominees of .the Republican rparty.'or at least a part of them. We have seen too much of their conduct ourselves and heart' too many good men talk for the citizen.", of Mt. Vernon to deny the charges that has been preferred officials against the present as to the jug business that has been carried on and the blind tiger business that is carried on m front of the court house. They can't deny that for it is too plain. The Brodhead letter with its charges is endorsed by us. What arc we going to do with that kind of work? Do you call that good conduct? The people of Livingston call it very bad. An"d now fellow citizens we can't support this sort of men and will not vote for them. We are for Dick Williams because we think that he will make us the kind of a judge that v;e need. We should have good, sober, upright, honest officials and we therefore, shall vote for Little Dick. Now some of the candidates have been going around indorsing the present administration, saying it is the best in the worli. Now wc can't vote for such men as these. T. All business entrusted .0 my care will leceivo prompt attention, LIGHT-Office: Second floor of new brick-oChurch sired. ELECTRICITY, WATER. IN HOUSE. READING ROOM E!8SS52lK VV NTilKNl SHED, LY FU o Stnnforfl.jKv, Special Attention (ivci 10 Commercial Men . tevFtNi-- WINES, LIQUORS, BEERS AND CIGARSjir3a-6ra. ; J. B. Reams'.isRu the sick list. MILLER HOUSE, To ETAL FLOORING j "Aa mcily .ewcomb Motel Jack Baker children. HnSf, two very sick HUGH MILLER. Prop'r MT VEnNON, Y Tom Ball vasovcr at Macidonia last Sunday. '& Mrs. Isaac .Bales has been ing relatives here: visit- CQyPorters meet all train.', Commercial Men's Headquar- A.C.SJMEJ CEILING ters. Yv VV5jN. SIDNIQ. STANFORD, KT, IRi i J. -- JSGs 7H XV . y FINl-- H. Stephen "Robinson was visiting friends lere last week. J. C. Childress has spent days iu town this'weck. a few MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY Manufacturers of Limn auil brick. Farm & 4fc and m ssa Yard lHence sa Frank Anderson, of Gap, Ky., They also furnish Lime, Building is moving to this, place. Stone, either quarry face or cut. Hauling cross ties is our princU Orders promptly filled. pal industry at present. J. B. Owens . will open a new store iu the Evan's house. Reynolds & Co., are cutting shingles at Wm. McNew's Geo. Johnson; is opening up a large stock of winter goods. AMN Stanford, De.ilers in 33 Carnages Wagons, Hay ; SADDLES and HARNESS. &; Seeds. KINDS THO'S TAYLOR Blacksmith., A FAR.Q9INIGMPLE rr: Patronage of Rockcastle Solicited. MENTS-A- L : HORSE-SHOEIN- : SPECIALTY. THE' REAL ESTATE OF- v- EXCHANGE. K.Y . Honest Republicans. My new shop is on Taylor Awmif Noah Mason has been visiting near the Baptist church. his father-in-laover the river. -1 expect Cash for Cash horse Misses Susie Robinson and East shoeing. er Anglin were jtrtown Monday. 4,-- 4. ST A N FO R D, ' - " Most all of our town people have purchased their whiter supply of Maretdurg, Ky., Sept. 3, '97. coal. Editor Signal K, Hundley, P. P. Singleton In the Republican of August 26, there appealed an article written Geo. Wilson and James Townsend one very closely connected with that political ring at Mt'. Vernon, which denounces the letters written to the Signal by J. B. Fanner and myself as falsehoods; and that ',vc are not woithy of the confidence of good people. Not saying the writer told a falsehood but that he has surely been asleep, deaf or blind, or all com bined, to make the assertions you have made when it is of no special benefit to either one who signed same. A d: owning man is sure to grab at a straw, seeing only defeat ahead. The signers now try to good upon impress the county, this people of that the Republican candidates are all angels and that the bolters of by some DR. A. G. T.OVELL Has'a number ol fine Blue Grass farms for sale and exchange, ranging iiT'area frjm'io to 1,200 acres in a boundary, and iu price from S20 to &100 per acre. Can Suit purchaser in price, terms, location, Src. in this or any other State in tlic United States. , Office in Intcrioi ) J. H. SOWDER, . Gen'l Manager. Journal Building, j $ Physician and Surgeon, were in Mt. Vernon last week. B. H. Ball has manipulated the hog trad e in this. part of the sec tion. He reports slight losses by cholera. MT VERNON. IY Office North Bitlc Mnin Hired Mt. M ernon Collegiate-Institut- e IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. . J. H. Gaut, ' . " Apt Taylor, Meshack Gentry, A. Pennington, George Liford, J. E. Woodall, Andrew Gentry, ,, j Republican, Democrat, " Republican. A young man named Laswell and a child of R. Robertson were bitten by a mad dog a few days since. They have tried the virtues of a madstone and feel quite safe from liydraphdijte1. d COURT CALENDAR. Fall Session Opens September Academic, Intermediate, and 6, 1897. -- j uu Two geutlemeil were 'here ' Saturday electioneering for the straight COUNTY COChr-l'ou- rth it in encli month W QUAKTKKLY COUltT Flint Mon-da- y Ocin Jnmmry, April." July I tober Monday CIRCUIT COUItTSicontl in Fclirunry. FourtlflXlondny in May niul Third Monday iii September MT ViniSONrOMCU COUUT Third Monday in eucmmoiilli. n'l Special Normal Work for Teachers. Principal &, IrM.-SCROG- GS, , Primary, Departments. ij. SGO t. Mt. Vernon, Ky., Aug. 31, '97 Editor Signal: As there has been 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 voter's?' 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 fijl the various positons as' of, ficials, -- Now. wherever a light exists a corresponding duly also exists. Then, as wc, the voters, are entirely re&honsible 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 belong to an American citizen, besides one of the most important and sacred duties that we are called upon to perform. Should we suffer party affiliations to guide us in this matter, or should we fear being called a bolter. I emphatically say no. It is qur duty to support 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 support men who, perhaps, secured their nomination through corrupt means. Is a bolter one who has not the welfuio if his country .at heart,! but spuplyUp get revenge Tor some real 'or imaginary wrong or for some self sh motive? We think not. "4i:t they have always been men who were in favor of good government. Now vsn conclusion, let me urge every voter regardless of party 'ties or the paity lash to study well Ii!h duty before he cants his ballot, and vote for the best men and mmsitrw. and thereby casting a volt: Uint ho will not be ashamed Republican ticket. We learned why, lor before they the reason left town they began firing off their pistols on the streets. But. one of our citizens said: "I will beat them by waiting for Circuit Court the party are liars and pur- - and go before the grand jury, that secuters. We have said nothing is the only way." but what can be established by over 400 good, law abiding citizens PERSONAL .MENTION. of this county and if they think wp have lied bring siiit for the Mrs. D. N. Williams was called good name of some of the .highest to Kingston this week on account officials and see if we are not right Further. I will say, I am not afraid of the serious illness of her brother- to have my character compared with that of some of our highest Mose and B. F. Anglin, of Cli officials of this county. Suppose max; called to see us this week. they select a man and I will do the Sam Pennington's house and its same, to investigate the records of effects was burned yesterday in the each man alike and see who is the west part of town. They were jetter man. ) have never been away from hoine at the time. accused in court or elsewhere, of John Gautaud Mrs. Dora Miiior lying, stealing,' drunkenness, or selling whisky illegally, were married yesterday ande left nor any other crime; not even sued for Jouesboro, Teun. in a ci,vil case in any court Will Miss Emma Riddle, of Cove, was they comply with my .'proposition? here this week. If so, let me know and it, will be John W. and Charles Riddle are accepted. I repeat thai we can on a visit in Jessamine county. establish what has been said, not only by the 400 good people but by some of those who signed their names to that mess of abomination, and not only by them butbysomeof our county officials who have, been For Infants and Children. heard to say the same. We can lis V ites prove by as good men as there are elgtaturo rfs-dtfazsrerer m in the county that they have been 9tar7 heard to say it was a shame the tw way some ol our officials were conducting things iu thaUcourl house. Now as to the honesty of my friend J B. Fanner. Never has he been called dishonest or a liar and if the good people ol this county want to PRACTICAL know his standing, go to the high. "EMBALMERr, est officials of the L. & N. railroad fr- f. to the humblest section hand, or STANFORD,' KY. anyone who knows him, and they will tell you he stands n3 high as any man who placed his na.'iie to v: that article. Go to Brouhead and A ConipIiitiTliinPOdffins Caskets ask the people and there you .will get the truth iu thjs ma', ter, Four j Robes, &ofc,: Telegraph orders 10 one that R G. Williams will be attended tonjrniuptly. in-la1110011-&Iiini- DR. W. B. PENNY, JONAS f!C I H Toise A ECHIET BrIi rj.rq M MiMnjl M For Everything in Surgeon I) c ntis t STANFORD. KY Patrons from n distance ivcu .1 liberal discount All work Kiiarantccd. Dry Goods, Clotliing, Boots and Shoe GENERAL MERCHANDISE. He will give you bargains better than can 'ie secured ' anywhere.. J. W. LAWRENCE. w" 'W W Stanford, Ky. WITHERS Carpets, Furniture Physician Wall Paper, and Surgeon, .;" - Kentucky, Mt. Vkrnon, ? Caskets and given to the Special attention Straw- Matting all prices on Main street neaJ EYE. Office Post-office. 4 " Coffins; Trices have been reduced. kind calL on If in need ol any tning of the N MRS. S. C. FRANKLIN. Manager, at Mt. Vernon, Ky. TOM WHISKIES' FERRILL DKAI.ICK iff. .rfV In f m u H Qlm vk IN 9 If WINES, &o.n &c.,, !) .""V... zer Co Iff. . ROWLAND. Fine at $2 KY:1- up MARBLE CUTTERS, BRODHEAD, KY. ' and Hotel Frith. F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Located at the DepotSga-- . Momtnionts, Tombstones, and work of all kinds in tlia. lmo.dono on sliori notice at the lowest rates writo for est : matesv-wi- ll send a man to you to make estimates an? iv L ' prices r' " it i': K. It. IIAIM. balesm. n. fl ' Broclliead, Good Livery Ky. H.B-SPRAT- Ti J. C. M'cClary, . Attached. ' HELLO!!- - UNDERTAKER I f Meet all Trains, Day and Night. Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited. Will fur 'nish lunches on !all Trains. , PAINTER HANGKR Ky i and ,IA;PpR., 5 lfor 25 years we have been stuj nig and making wagons, and aim has been to combine ja - MV Ucrnon, Lightness, St rengj C r C. William !!. 0, Wlllhmi WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, Attorueys-at-Law- Best ''work prices. , KY Duiability and Easy Running wli the Best Uraks in existeiife Consult mo for esti Aud if you wish to know whet we have succeeded, ask our uei at reasonable OHlnn nn Qi,il finer In now lirlfV nt. Cliurcli itiuvt. Special nttvntiou liiyen to collections mates on work. bors. Prices reduced. ' Wm. H. Cocks. Mt. Vernon. Ky. MUCirtJAVJ milllll Ul.WJ&ULlXrA'lJWUU'JtCW2UV2i2'UIA,UiiX 7KJWJCld r,s?rx:Epss3ttvxjarc3i&rcL &nxnsejmBamM Mt. Vernon Signal u l'ost-oRirn- Let S. W. Davis make you a good Jack Lawrence came up from saddle, bridle or set of harness. Level Green, Wednesday. j WABD. n w jkpJf t j. IT" 't , ws 'IPS?, W - Forrester, Scroggs attended Miller Hotel, died Saturday night The lemains were Tresbytery at Lancaster, Tuesday of tonsilitis. Wednesday of this week. to Knoxville. Mr. and Mrs. and taken to White has received his Forrester have been called upon James I. children commission as U. S. Commissioner niourii the loss of two exwith headquarters at Mt. Vernon. within the past year. These sympathy There were seven applicants for cellent people have the of all our citizens. ' the place. I will, on the 24th day of Sep .A large number of our people tember, 1897, between the hours of went to Providence church last Sunday where Rev. Forrer closed 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. in. at mv residence a very successful meeting with :6 at public out-crt miles cast of Mt. ' and one additions. Rev. L. M. one-hal- -A r!! See sale notice of Mrs W,.""LT Mrs. Bussel is quite sick. Mt. Vkknon, Ky., SiU'T. io, 1897 prices. Call on, S. W. Davis afid see Henderson in this issue. J. C. Graves has the chills. them. - cc L'nlcrcd nt tlic lit. Vernon, Kjr., S. WDavis can make you a first oiiii'dasi mull matter. J. C. Ponder is logging on Skaggs D. C. Payne, at Crab Orchard, class pairof boots or sho'is. Call creek. has the neatest arranged store in I, & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. that town and is doing a nice busi- and see him. The road overseers arc having ness. Day Mail North 11:39 a Jack Sams and other Livingston the road put in good condition. Day Mail South . 2:22 p in There wilf Lc a Demorcst medal citizens attended the Baptist AssoW. H. Cress has returned from Night'Ex. North 2:12am contest at Brodl'ead tonight and ciation here. the Association in Pulaski ' county. rn"i.Ti Tui "TTCT .iT,i , Night Ex. South 1:09 a to morrow oi:e at Mt. Vernon AVeBctablcPrenr.rationfiJr'AsNeal Parrett hr,s just finished., a SIGNATURE J. A, Oliver has found a girl near J. A. IyANDRUM, Agent. night. slmilaling llic Food and Rcuta-lin- g fine, largj book cise lor the Col Providence that attracts his atten(lie Stomachs mulBowels of Ed. McHargue who is at Joseph legiate library tion very much, CHURCHES. Price Hospital, Stanford, has reJohn Taylor, the Level Green Rev. A, K. Gooch has returned Clmithn-n- t Hnltls services 1st & 3r I Sunday covered and will be at lioine in a blacksmith has swapped his five 11 n.nv niul nt 0:30 p. in. Iter. 1'orrcr from Indiana and will preach at ft orioles DigesUon.Checrfiil-ncs- s few days. jiastor. hounds to a $20 gold watch. Scagg's creek next Saturday night. andRcst.Contains.neilher OpiutnVMorphinc norHiuerat. Jonai McKencnzie is agent foi IS ON THE dentist, will be There will be a speaking and Dr. Pennington, Pickbytcrian Holils services on he Champion mowing machines to prac- spelling at the Norton school house here during Circuit Court Sunday here, iinil on tlio 1st Sunday nt I.lv and Birdsell wagons now on tice his profession. nziton. Friday uight aud a good time is 3c Kuipc efOtdSrSUfUEWJIVBEa juhtt hands. expected. Pturpkm Seed' Great' loads of the best and dlxScnnn Itnutlst Cluucli Services on tlio Second Borcing has been assist- largest watermelons ever raised, in Joshua OP EVERY niulSaturJny night Sumlny Sunday. for a couple this county can be seen on our ing in the CONWAY. Jippcrtnint 9 a m ccry Sunday. l'raer School nt JJi drionattSsJiZof weeks while Mr. Baker was en- streets daily. meeting on Tuesday ntjjhts. Rev. J G ItarnSctd OW Clenfud Sugar pastor. gaged in other work. hmtciyrccn flamr. U. S. Berry is quite sick at pres a R. G. (."Dick"; Ancrfcct Remcdv for Constina- Muunkuy. I have just re favorite student at Williams once is ent. MASONIC. lion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca, Old Centre, ceived a beautiful Hue of fall and Vorms,ConvuIstons,FeverJSli-nes- s Aslilnntl Lodge No. CIO meets every Sec' a candidate for county judge up in Ben Lair's brandy distillery is and Loss OF SLEEP. winter sailors and walking hats. onil Saturday nt 1 l. m. Dick has a Repub- running, Rockcastle. Cujo Buown. Give me call. Facsimile Signature of lican majority of five hundred to W. D. Athertou made a trip to young men who overcome, but that is a mere baga- Clear creek, Friday. Some of the LOCfll. OTHERWISE. Oastotla is pat tp in bottles only. I. NEW YORK. have lately visited some brandy telle compared to the pursuasive h sot told ii balk. Don't nl'cw aayeco to sell Scott Beldon, of Brindle Ridge, disgraceful powers of Richard's eloquence. stills have been guilty of yea anything co en tlio plci cr piomlso that it was over Saturday. in jnct m gooJ" ana via aavr oyery fnr- lle S. V. Davis can suit you in bri- - conduct along the public highways. He'll be elected in a S-- Ceo that yoa c poso." dies. Montello Gray and H. L. Geer. Advocate, ' Ik J? Fou Sat,k. One cottage of four attended the Berea fair. sj EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER, Samuel Kinley called to sec us rooms, good garden spot, smoke ".7 . ,, ej v.app.j. Tuesday. Harry Blazer, of Scaffold Cane, house, cellar and well. Situated BRODHEAD. fBBBBHBggqrarer MaOTrangaaanriwaaregp was over to see us last week. Win. Towuscnd will move to near Collegiate Institute. Liberal terms. Call at Signal office. Oklahoma. C. C. Williams, of Mt. Vernon", Little Everett Watson is very passed through our town Sunday. Griffin has been visMrs. Willis W. R. McClure has moved to sick. iting at Pine Hill. town and has been sworn in as Luther Kelton and wife attend, sv Miss Susie Hilton has returned ed the Barbourville fair last week. is marshal, vice Wm. Arnold resigned J. L.' Arnold, of Frankfort, Mr. McCluro says he will begin home. DEALERS IN- here with friends. On September 1st. Wilson Huff collecting town taxes next week. Dr. Enmiit Proctor was in tow shot aud killed Joe Singleton.. The The new library is in place and trouble arose over hogs. weigh- Friday. Estray. A black barrow ready for use at the College. Richard Johnson has bought a ing about 100 lbs. Has been on Come to see us:1. Will sell you honest goods at lair prices. Will and Arch Albriglit were at Solomon .Riddle and wife have my premises since last spring. No the Barbourville fair. lot from A. W. Hart and is erectreturned from a vfsit to Pulaski. CASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. ing a new building on it. Owner can recover by marks. Lee McHargue was down from Drs. Benton and E. J. Brown proving and paying proper charges. Robert aud Dick Tudor of MadiLondon, Sunday last, were up from Brodhead Wednesday W. H. Cox. son county, passed through here Hugh Miller says one- - of his C. C. Williams made an eloquent Mrs. John Riddle was '.lie guest buying cattle last week. KY. of Mrs. James Owens last week. friends has just taken his annual address at the opening of the ColW. T. Woodall will preach at bath. Miss Bercla Martin was down WilniQtt legiate Institute on Monday. The school house the second having nightly fun effort was one of unusual merit from Maretsburg a few days since. Sunday in September. The boys arc chafing wild cats a mile south of and those who did not hear it A. E. Albright and wife and Rev. M. N. Early, of Berea, will town. missed a rare treat. Prof. Chas. Chandler.fatteuded the preach at this place the 4II1 Sunday Win. L. Owens ("Dick") was in Chkap. A farm un- Berea fair. and Saturday in September. For Sai.k town Tuesday looking as spry and der fine cultivation, good fencing Har,vey VanHook and wife? of Rev. Phelps will preach the funSAVE MONEY ON PURCHASES young as of old. and well watered with n good cot McKinney are visiting friends and eral of Johnny Dobbs at the Fair-vietage of four rooms and good out- relatives here. J. S. Edmiston, the CrabOrchard church the second Sunday in candy maker is still nuking deli- buildings, barn and granery. Price A Maccabees Lodge was was September. $1,500. cious sweetmeats. organised hete Saturday, August Mrs. W. L. Hrndkrson. 28th with 25 members, Mrs. Dr. Monroe Pennington is day. to cure a cold in one TaD-letvisiting home folks in Clay Mrs. Sambrook, of Livingston, Rcvsi Ragan, Barger and others Take Laxative Bromo Quine Offer many advantages,to. purchasers of Dry Goods, Clothing. Shoes, ' county this week. and Mr. V. Lush, of East Jellico, are holding a meeting at the MethAll druggists refund money ' Hats, Carpets, &c. if it fails to cure. For sale by M. were guests at Prof. Scioggs on odist church Crudup quarry at Langford is C. & D. N. Williams and Wm ' shipping trom four to seven cars of Monday, having both brought their Viclc'Oweiis left Saturday night Weber druggist. tu daughters to atttend school at Colsawed stone daily. for Indiana to accept a position young The legiate Institute. Polite Attention. It will pay you to see' then . .vith the Wrought Iron .Range Co. George Griffin Will Dinner, and ladies are boarding with Mrs. William Riddle, of near Wildie, Scroggs. JohiijRobbiusaiid wife and Miss WILDIE. were here Tuesday. JennieReynolds. visited relatives NAsnviu.15 Complaint comes from some of j A. Gustavison went to Stanford near Beelick last week, also attend-ReTRNN. the subscribers to the Signal at Ely Coffee's wife is very sick. Monday. He will go to the Klon-dyk- e Korrer's meeting at Provi They don't get their Langford. Billy Fish has a very sick baby. in the spring. deuce paper legularly. The Signal is V A. W. Stewait attended the BarMessrs. Albert Albright, Alex Miss Mary Ballinget, of Wildie, put in the office here oil Fridays has taken rooms at Reubin Mullins' and should reach Langford on Sat- Tyree, 'Tbos. Baker, Hope Tharp, bourville Fair. and will attend College. urday. We will have the matter Tommy Thompson, M. G. Aldrige James Black and family have and A. J. Pike attended the Lon- moved to Illinois. Miss Carrie Butuer has eutered looked up. and don fair. Collegiate Institute and expects to C. C. Williams passed through duighter of The finish the course this year. who resides at the here Sunday afternoon. Mr. HI III He can suit you in goods and &smsssismBsassasssssii Ull'fl'l MIHfMIl til HI nt 111 !$ik l'T' s'i;asM - umMsmn THAT THE op FACSIMILE 111 (X0 tlie-ltl- i KotNaticotic. E - post-offi- ce -- Car-mica- l. -- BOTTLE 0 cno-i.:- o whoop.-Dan-vi- (18- lnatweLC5P?rf -.. -- 11 General Merchandise WT. VERNON, Tf Old Main and Church Sts., 40 Minutes Between Trains, w rarsc Son. STANFORD- ky., s. 27-6- Large Stock, Low Prices. v. Tennessee Cpntennial Exposition ,- Tfte Bxhibit of the Nashville, Chattanooga St. Louis Railway five-year-o- ld i . A. R. Scott and family have arrived from Calera. Ala. Mr. Scott is to form a partnership with the Mt. Vernon Lime Co., and increase the capacity. They expect a large trade from the South and Fast. Gen. Juo. B. Gordon will deliver his celebrated lecture, "The First Days of the Confederacy" at Walton's opera house, Stanford, on October 4th. Mr. Walton has gone to a great expense and troub-l- e to secure the date and the peo ple should show their appreciation of his efforts by crowding the house Central .Record. Vernon, offer for sale to the highest bidder, the following described nronertv Six head of milch cows. 4 calves, horses, 5 about 20 hogs, fanning implements and kitchen fumi-tuiand house-holAlso, will sell my farm, consisting of about 150 acres of fine tari'iing land, good dwelling house, of four rooms, two porches, good out buildings, barn and graneiy. The farm is well watered. Terms of Sale: All amounts of $5 and under, cash in hand, over that amount, note with approved security. Mrs. W, L. Hrndekson to-wi- t: e. Geo. Griffin, of Mt. Vernon, was Trains leave the Ground? is one of tno most interesting, Union Depot ' iu our neighborhood the first of the and costly displays at the ExpoNashville. Every instructive, sition, and should bo seen bv overv visitor. Willie Kirb, who was mashed week. Fifteen Minutes F. Griffin and Miss Alice for the Centenial mines, is improving very consists of an artistically arranged disJames in the Terminal Forbus spent part of Sunday afterslowly. play of agricultural products, minerals, Station. timbers, valuable rolics, curiosities, etc., Ver- noon with Miss Anne Stewart. Miss Biddie Dolan, 0. Mt. The Quickesband collected from points nlongjthe line travelBest Route non, was visitiim her Barents last L. T. Stewart and wife wee vis Mr. Fare, Five Cents. ed by this road, which penetrates the most ing her parents Sunday. week.fertile and nicturesnuo portions of the Janies and Miss Ida Meadows Stewart went from there to McKee South. are visiting relatives and friends at to attend court. tjQTDON'T FAIL TO SEE IT $3a"" Williamsburg. John West Baker, our next sherMioses Jude Owens and Cleo iff, frequently passes through here Mullijis, of Livingston, were here shaking hands with his many friends. at church Sunday. Messrs. Tommie Stewart, J. W. Wo, want the young people UNDERTAKER. Childress. Will and Tom Branna-niaaround Pine Hill to take a part in of this place attended the organizing a debating society. Berea fair. fa The Demorest medal contest .it Mrs. A. W. Stewart has a sunThe con- -' off vecy nicely. went Mary flower stalk in her garden which Misses testatits were: furni-tur- e flowers aud another Mattie produced" Tyree, Elizabeth Sympson, flowMcFerron, Effa Meadows, Ida Ty- 40 and one which produced a Miss Ida er 19 inches in diameter. ree and Billie Sympson. PINE HILL. At the Terminal Station in the Centennial It - . WILLIS GRIFFIN n, We have rtioved our stock of millinery and WtA Tyree won the medal. They all spoke well and have a talent worthy of cultivation. After the contest u p'aity of about 35 were entertained by&Irs. J: B. Goodin and brother. Miss Pollie Owens, of Barbourville who Has been visiting in this neighborhood has gone to Mt. Vernon 10 spend a few days with friends. Al. To our netv cottage adjoining the Presbyterian church. Call and see US. & CO., MRS. S. C. FRANKLIN Mt Vernon, Ky. FINE CGFINS K cut In nil iien mill illflircnt styles cloth tlm-iecaskets, robe, linen bosoms (T nul collars. All ort'ir ly telegraph l to O11) nril nklil. Ji d 11 (itU-Tn- !" SJ oon Somo peevish, querulous people mere 111111(1101 of ucivcs. Thy least sound agitntca their tscnsoiiiuna nnd utiles their tempers. No doubt they nrc born no. ltut may not their nervousness be ameliorated, if not entirely relieved? Unquestionably, nmlwith- Hostotter'R Stomach Hitters. lly cultivating their digestion, nnd insuring more complete assimilation of the food if itn this admirable corrective, they will experience a speedy and very pciceptiblo gain in nerve quietude. Dyspepsia, biliousness, constipation and rheumatism yield to tho. .Bitters. 1 Mure Handles of Nf even, CAUSES OF PROSPERITY. Tiiem. In Not One Anionc The Hoblier TnrlfT MAKES HIGHER PRICES. One of the IJIrect HITecti of tbo DlnB-lel.itff, While- y mark because so many of our people have been unable to do more than provide themselves with tho baro necesVln IlurllnRlliiRlon Home. Ono fnro plus $2.00 for tho round trip to saries of life, many more being unablo lCnUMit, St. Paul, Mlmicnpolfs, Nobrnskn, to do even ns much ns thnt, and It Is Illnck Hills, certain portions of Iowa, Colexpected that the raising of prices will orado nud Utnli rjeptcniber7tli,21st. Octoserve to improve conditions by increasber Othnml 10th Ask your ticket ngent for additional Information. l. V. Wakui.ki, ing consumption. The ralslngof prices 1'usseugtr Agent, St Louis, Mo. Oeucrul does not Increase consumption nsn regular business, but perhaps It will mnko A Sundaysehool Interruption. Clergy-"J'l'- i nn exception once In (i way. "St. Paul made one error, my dear The manufacturers may put up theh Juvenile "Did it let in a' run?" Truth. prices, but unless their products are, bought up nnd consumed, tho ndvnncc Fits stopped freo and pel nianently cured. In prices will have no beneficial Influho fits after first day's use of Dr.'Klino'a Groat Nerve licstorcr. Free $2 trial bottle & ence on labor. It Is going to cost r treatise. Dr. Kline, 033 Arch st., Thila., Pa. good denl for bread presently, and glassware and crockery and such When a woman takes off her coat nt things will be compelled to take a back church it is not necessarily a sign that she in too warm. Washington Democrat. sent, nnd this sent will necessarily be n little farther back because of the To Cure n Cold In One Dnr prices of those products. Ii Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, All those mnnufneturers who did not paj ity in trade. druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 9rw To ascribe it all to tho tariff robbery the increased duties of the DIngley lnw Great minds may run in the same chan- is most Abominable idolntrj'. Pros- would piny fair with the consumers of nel, but there is plenty of room for more. perity Isireturnlng, for tho time being the country, there would be a better ashingtou Democrat. nt least, not because of, but In spite of, prospect of n prosperity thnt could bo cnlled general. Tho fnrmcrs nppear to THE WORK-A-DAI use Piso's Cure for Consumption both in thnt robbery. The (processes of nature havo some reason to rejoice, but where WORLD. my family and practice. Dr. U. V. Patter- have been favornlble to this country, and may the workingmen In gcncrnl lines Paris has 48,000 nrtlsts. 1S91. son, Inkbtcr, Mich., Nov. 5, for that reason tho masses of the peoJapan has 2,000 newspapers. ple can stand tho robbory better than reasonably expect to come in? As tho c never value money as much as we do they otherwise, could. Because nature Utlca Observer says: There nre 15,000,000 miners. going up; right after having spent it foolishly. Wash- litis f "Flour them, they can sec the stock clothing is going up; sugar Is going up; Japan has 300,000 unionists. Is ington Democrat. crockery Is going of tho sugar monopoly put up from 103 up: leather Is going up; ovcrythlng Is Dublin has COO union dockers. to 150 'by republican legislation and not going up but tho wages of tho employes Hnll'fi Cntnrrli Cnrc Hamburg has 12,000 union dockers. In protected Industries. And yet theso make nny complaint. Is a Constitutional Cure. Price 75c. employes wcro distinctly told by no less Cincinnati is to Jinvc a labor temple. The attention of those who give nil a person than Chairman DIngley himSwitzerland has 205 cooperative soNobody is too poor to have lace curtains. tho glory to tho monopoly tnrill is In- self that their 'purchasing power would cieties, Washington Democrat. two facts. One is thnt the bo Increased.' On tho contrary, It Is vited to diminished." Indinnnpolis n hasn't a receipts into tho nntionnl treasury have Tho prosperity of tho crops we havo filonc-mnsobeen $23,400,000 less than the expendiTHE FRAUD ENJOINED. with us; the prosperity of DInglcyism Congressman Do Ornffenreld was Iteport of Oecrt-tures since tho passage or the DIngley The Fnmoiin 000, 1)00 TriMle-mnrl- c Oiso Ieclleil J. I'. bill, or at the rate of $152,400,000 n that was promised us we hnve still to once a brakeman. HIimiioiiN Meilirino Compiiny, HL get. Hurry it upl Bingbnmton (N. Cape Town, Africa, carpenters work I.ouls, Jteft-nt-t J. IS. Zollln it OCo., year. Not long ngo they were telling Y.) Leader. lUUmIoI)lilrt. eight hours per day. us that times were hard becnuso the s From St. rteratllo, Jul 4,1803.) " The Supreme Conrt o( Tennessee on June 30 de Carpenters in 420 cities and towns in expenditures of the government ex- VAGARIES OF THE GOLDBUGS. elded tho most Important k ctuetliftt bat tho United States andCanadaenjoy the ceeded tho receipts. Now they nro voever bo n tried la that Btate and ono or the largest ofer tried In tho Union, affirming and enlarging the day. ciferously claiming that tho country TJimoiiniliicrm nf (lie .Slate IlnnU Mote nine-hoopinion of the court belotr. Tho court he'd; Prntinnltlon. 1. That Dr. II. A. Simmon, the predecessor of Signalmennnd bhunters employed is on a hlglu wave of prosperity, though complainant, bj extensive advertising of hi cele money" The cry the excess of expenditures is greater the people of "sound so anxiousraised by by a railroad in Scotland wish shorter brated remedy known aa "Simmons I.lrcr Uedi who ore to havo hours and higher wages. The wages rtne,1 made It a standard remedy for llrer diseases than ever. long prl r to tho acquisition bj J, II. Zellia & Co. of the government "go out of the banking any rights. The other fact Is that the commercial business" is hypocritical and insincere. nsked for uro from 25 shillings to 30 2. That the assignor of J. II. Zetlln & Co thrombi shllllngs.wlth rntcand qunrtrrforover-tlme- . whnm the claimed the rieht to matt) tho fraudulent agencies nttributo the strong market liven the dcmnml for "gold" is dispickages enjolnej , never derived any Ulle from A. Q. for southern iron to tho nctlvc export ingenuous, for these "reformers" proBimmons to make the medicine nor to uie his came or picture, rd that auchuse by Zellln & Co. la t. In the Transvaal republic In South movement. Our worshipers of the pro- pose to retire the greenbacks and subfraud upon tho public, and la therefore enjoined. 3. That Zellln ft Co. purpoicly, fraudulently latection fetich will hardly venture to stitute stnte bank notes "secured by tho Africa, wages of mechanics and miners beled their medicine In Imitation of complainant's nttributc tho active export of Ameri- nssets of the banks." Was there ever vary from three to four per day, whllo medicine to unfairly appropriate tho trade of the Simmons Medicine Company, and the exccaUoaof can, iron to their high duty on foreign submitted to this fraudulent purpoto and act is enjoined. the American people n bread is sold at about sl.x cents per 4. Enjoined Zeilin & Co. from using their com iron. These and many other facts more unsound proposition than thai? pound; milk, 24 cents per quart; potrade- - marks, or symbol, or five to ten cents per pound; prove thnt they nro economic quacks Behind the greenbacks inflations Ihereof, to deceive tho public- and unfairly stands tho tatoes, appropriate to themselves tho trade of the O. l nnd humbugs nnd thnt their legislation United States government, and there bacon, 30 cents; beef, 10 cents. Simmons Medicine Co. 6. Knjolned Zellln & Co., from deceiving- and The Belfast employers have volun docs not cnuso prosperity nny more Is no contention that a greenbuck Is practicing a fraud upon tho publlo by labeling their thnn it onuses tho tides or tho sun not now and always worth its face. tarily (as a "Jubilee" mcmcntl) repackages In Imitation of the wrappers and trademarks of tho complalnaut. spots. Chicago Chronicle. Could the same be said of state bank duced the week's work to 52 hours per 6. Knjolnod Zellln & Co. from the manufacture and sale of tho medicine under thonamoof "Simnotes? If that is the kind of "sound" week. Instead of 51 hours. Dublin mons Llrer Medicine.' or "Dr. Simmons IJver PRESS COMMENTS. Medicine,' or " Liver Medl clno by A. Q. Simmons,' ' money the "reformers" wish to force printers am thinking that they could and from rising the picture of A. Q. Simmons In connection therewith. If many protected republican upon the people, the suggestion will be also do with a similar working week, 7. Unjoined Zeilin ft Co., their assignees, agents and will shortly demnnd this conbosses had not cut wages tho phantom laid scornfully aside, with the comment cession. and emplojesfrom deceiving and practicing a fra d upon the publlo by the sale of packages thus falsely Inthat it possesses "more sound than of dear bread would bo welcomed labeled, either upon orders or calls for the genuine "Simmons Liver Medicine" of complainant, or HEALTH NOTES. stead of dreaded by thousnnds on this sense," In any package thus falsely labeled. In arguing in favor of jrostal savings side of tho water. Kansas City Times. 8. The court stated that It was tho purpose of tho Colds taken In summer or early autcourt to entirely destroy the fraudulently labe'ed Mr. McKinlcy has settled it. The banks, Senator Mason, who is a good umn nro npt to be very troublesome; packages above described, and causo their removal from the market, and ordered Zeilin & Co. to d liver crops did it in tho west wid the tariff In republican, says: "Most of the Ameri- they nre usually easily checked In the to tho clerk to be destroyed, all cuts, dies, electrolive 23 can from any types, engravings and other paraphernalia med In the cast. As between I'Prjvidcnce nnd Theypeople in this miles deprived bank. ery beginning by inhalations of good impressing either of the above comes or tho picture nre way of all easy William McKinlcy honon. arc of A. Q. Simmons. This I have from tho facilities if banks thrift. 9. Decreed that Zellln & Co. pay all tho damages in the estlmntlon of .the lntter. Minne-npoll- s convenientforthey are Evenabsolutelywero best of authorities. Cologne acts as a which have accrued to complainant by tho salo of renot Times. these fraudulently labeled packages. The damages liable. Since national banks were es- germicide. claimed by complainant were $X,U0. 10. Decreed that Zeilin & Co. pay all tbo costv, Flour Is going up; sugar is going tablished 330 of them have failed nnd As soon ns a person feels-thfirst which amount to several thousand dot lars, Iho re.r'l up; clothing is going up; crockery is paid creditors only 75 per cent. In being ono of the largest over Died la tho Supreme tho symptoms of a cold In thoheid or chest, Court." going up; leather is going up; every- meantime 1,234 let him inhale ns vigorously ns banks failed Cfionp Medicine. thing is going up but tho wages of tho only 50 per cent." While the and paid gocd strong cologne several possible As arulo, "cheap medicine" Is Inert, worthless, or times remarks dangerous. In Zellln & Co.'s answer to our bill they employes in protected industries. paid the packages enjoined were designed as "cheap of Senator Mason were not Intended as daily by the nose or mouth, or both, negro medicine for the negroes of tho Mississippi Utica (N. Y.) Observer. a reply to those who urge the estab- taking it In sharply until It makes the Valley." Kow.asZelliaft Co.'s advertisements say. So President McKinley will not lishment of a rag money currency, and their manager swore, that all tho liver medlclce insldo of tho nose and throat smart which they make Is made by the same formula. Is t. Is stump tho state for Ilnnnci, after nil? apply with great posltiveness. The they well. not conclusive evidence from their sworn testimony peoand adrertisoments, that all the liver medicine eman Well, it is good to know that there is ple of this country are not prepared to To test the dryness or dampness of aUDgfromthemis"Cbeap Negro Medicine" Quesa. limit to the. amount of interest tho tion! Do tho sick of America desire "Cheap Negro encourage the issue of wildcat money. n room put a lump of fresh lime in It Medicine?" Let the afdicted answer by their syndicate intends to exact for Hanna Suppose, however, for the sake of nfter hermetically scaling up tho winfuture purchases. Dr. M. A. Simmons' Liver Medicine, established in 1810, Is not "cheap medthat little loan. Tammany Times. argument, that every wildcat note were dows and doors. If, on opening the icine." It Is "no cure all," ard is only recomCommon everyday household mo- - to hove rt gold dollar back of it. What room, tho lime Is mended for those ladlspoilU ons caused by inactivity abof the liver. lusses has doubled in prlco since the would that mean? To retire all of tho sorbed one percent, found to hnve lis wclghtof water passage of tho DIngley robber tariff. government paper would contract tho unlit, to live in. the room Is dnmp Let her go, Gallagher! Tho people voted currency $900,000,000. To issue stato Thit is, If the limennd weighs ten ounces, McKinlcy in and now they will have to paper, or national bank paper, secured nnd absorbs one mere, nnd weighs 11 pay for it, Illinois State Register. by coldt to fill this deficit, would require ounces when it Is taken out. tho room is Tho recognition of dollar wheat in the securing of $900,000,000 In gold. a damp one. the republican platforms is nil right for Where will the advocates of "sound" THE MARKETS. the time being, only the credit ought to money get this gold? If these notes are bo bestowed whero it belongs. An Om not to be redeemed in gold they ore a Cincinnati, Sept. 7. nipotent Providence has certain rights tnousand times worse than silver, so far MVF. STOCK-Cntl- lc, common? 2 00 J4 2 85 even party platform makers nre as safety Is concerned. If they are to be that 4 00 66 4 M Soleet butchers..., EKDVOUR NAMfi ONAPOSTAt fRD to kooU light. . fl 00 (! 7 00 Vound to respect. Boston Ilerald. backed up by gold it is the duty of those CATA'KS (UiDTVEWOL SEND YOU OUR 36 ROB JIM (ft 4 l."i Matt Quays was once considered patriotio "reformers" who desire this 4 30 (fa 4 40 Mixed packers.. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE FREE 4 40 f(i 4 50 I.tclU t tho embodiment of nil that wns evil in measure to inform the people wlfere' SHKKl'-Cho- lcc shippers 3(10 64 3 BO Wnchbur repeating Arms Co. republican machine politics. Then Boss they nre going to get the gold. Chicago 5 00 m B 40 IBOWlNCrlKTER AVC ," HtW HAVEN 0)Nfi- 3 75 4 00 t'LOUIt Winter famllv Piatt went him ono better, nnd now Dispatch. 2 reil 05 64 3HAIN Whcot-N- c, comes Marcus Aurcliua llnnna to dhow 03 No. :irel 64 TO ItciiiiMlcanlHin ami Deuepllon, Corn-N- o. 2 mlxcil 66 3l WANTED SELL to tho world a professional debauchcr 10 64 MMSSSHHSIM Oats o-2 This Is about the time when the man of elections in nil his glory a master 49 64 ClU.MUUIi KOKACK TOUTKU'S NEW ISOOK, who voted for McKinley is wnklng up HAY Prime, to choice 0 25 64 0 M hand n past grand master in the art. porlt 6410 00 anu asking liimself what In the name I'KOVISIONS-Mc- h' I.nrn PrlmoMi'iun Dayton (O.) Times. 66 4 65 10 64 11 tlulry Tho DIngley law is proving its of consistency a trust tariff has got to IJUTTEH-Chol- co C 20 locholcocrcumcry... I'rlinu Also ho APl'MJS-I'- er claim to the title: "A tariff for bounties do with on honest dollar. A SUPPLEMENT to QEN. GRANT'S MEMOIRS. 200 bill IB0 wonders how lie was ever presuaded'to POTATOKS-I'- cr 2 10 bbl 1W Hnlenrtidlj Illustrated. A book. EASY TO nnd a deficit." Since it went into efRKI.L. KxcluMre territory. Liberal discounts. Address support TUU CKNTUUY CO., 33 East 17th Street, New York. fect vnrlous trusts favored by duties elected ona party thnt gets its rann FI.OUH- - WinterNEW YOUK. 5 35 patent. one issue, nnd then switches n5I thnt are nearly, if not nltogcthcr, proNo. 2 reel 02'f 64 2 mixed hibitive upon competing foreign trade to another and opposite plan of nction. COKN-N- o. 66 Tho currency question was n mighty UYK mi havo advanced prices. jSomc of them OATS-Mlx- eil 2.1! 23tf II 75 ,. ., 0 B0 Mess have concurrently reduced wages. The fnctor in the last campaign, but it has POHK-N- mv 64 5 25 had nothing tor'do with tbo republican Kvery uomoseekor should address either J. V. prices of all necessaries nro going up. party since CHICAGO. the election. The monop2!J:!,.U,S:,..A0- - V-- A" Wncliester. Ia.l W. A. At the same time tho public revenues B 00 5 20 FLOUR Winter oly tariff, which has been foisted upon UHAIN -- Whtiul-N- o. patents KKM.ONI), A. O. !. A.. Louisville, Kr or 8. O. ro : roil.... IM'f HATCH. I). P. A., Cincinnati. 0 for a free copy of are dwindling and tho deficit is grow; HIV the people, was only made possible by n f'7K No. SChlriiKO spilna Iho ILLINOIS nnXTttAI, UAIUtOAII'H ing. Tho deficiency since July 1 is COHN-N- o. ,. 2 SPJ long nnd clever scries of deceptions. souTui:u.v iio.iii:skeki:hs' ODIIHI. OATS-N- o. 2. IbU $25,000,000. N, Y. World. 00 But then, deception is the very essence POIUC-M8 85 evimatter 1 75 LAKM-Htei- uii fact all ZELSKSZ3Sl.x dences Asofa reviving ofprosperitythocome of republicanism. Tammany Times. IIAI.TIMOHE, cases. Send for book of testimonials and lo dura II. II II 4 Ml ., uu.io, 4 00 trcutinent Free. v.. ... ... liniMIClll.U i.i-- 4.7 through agricultural channels. Bcforo uiui,ua. Scnntor Thurston's term docs not KLOLK-Fam- llyWheat-No ,. 2 IHJi 1?,' OIIAIN -tho DIngley law was passed the western expire until 1001, but he told his Neuo 05 66 I 00. ttao, "' Southern Wheat 1HJIUU MEAH employment for Indiesiuota farmers paid off mortgages Kor 35VWH X,fi Corn -- Mixed to the braska constituents in n public speech IT 0 UfE UU. pnrticulars address KU11GKA Outs-N- o. 24 2 whllo lliAVOUlNUCO..CIncliins.U.O. amount of many millions of dollars. 50 Hvo No 2 wcKtern tho other dny that he did not intend to -- First quitlilv 4 25 4 45 activity in the agricultural im- nsk for reelection nnd that ho wns tired CA1TLK ... 4 05 4 75 lKWiifcrira"SfcMfBMiflaWlra? plement industry is due solely to bright- of Washington life. Novr If the senator INDIANAPOLIS. Its WHhHI- 11 IIIJC kAIIC er prospects on tho farms. Hence His will tell what ho has donoslnco he has 2 64 St I Best Cough Sirup. Tastes Good. Usol Corn-N- o. SOW 2 mixed Impossible to trace reviving commerce been in ofilce to make him tired lie will in time, cso d Drdruffirlsta. !71 OatH No. 2 mlxcil In the remotest way to tho DIngley confer a favor upon his vigilant and LOUI.SVILLR. law. We believe it is coming In spite of j anxious countrymen. He would be FLOUR-Wln- lir 3 75 64 4 00 patent A. N. IC.- -K 01 64 No. 2rcil 1673 that compound of thievery, bribery and sure of his facts If he would say tbnthu OUAIN-Wh- ent 3lli Injustice. Memphis Commercial Ap- has mado the country tired. St. Loute WHEN WjUTINO TO AIIVKUTI8KRSJ ti you w ihn Arf.s. rtlensn tlmt rOKK-Mu- is Republic. peal. 66 ! M ....... ftnmmt I. Ikl. " VHrvn LAKD-StC- Jin ".. 4 5 00 right-mindeY non-uniotrade-marur trade-nam- e, More Terrllilo. Hewitt My wife was lookinc for a goods store yesterday and by mistake walked into n saloon next door. Jewctt That was terrible. "Yen, she found mo inside." N. Y. Truth. CHEAP EXCURSION RAT ES WEST There nro evidences of renewed prosperity. No one will deny thnt. No ono has tho least inclination to deny it. Everyone has reason to rejoice over tho indications of better times nnd to sing with fervor "hard times come again no more." The bank clearings show great gains over last year nt this lime. Tho commercial agencies agree in reporting greater activity in both trade nnd mandrv ufacturing, nnd there seems to bo no sha reason to doubt that the number of tho involuntarily Idlo has been largely reduced. For al this and for the promise of still d better things to come every man is glad. At tho same time every such man Is sorry to see all the organs and nttorneys of monopoly nscrilbing all the prnlso to a tariff bill. This Is ns bad as it was for Ijic Jcpvy of old to give praise to Idols for the blessings they enjoyed. The Jews knew better. Tho American people ought to know better than to make thank offerings to tho tariff fetich. The fact that Europo is 1,025,000,000 bushels short of fowl crops while wo have a good crop of small grains nnd the prospect of a good crop of corn nnd nn unprecedented crop of cotton explains it all. The food shortage makes high prices for our food products and a like cause bids fair to give us more than nverago prices for cotton. Hence high prices for the farmers, greater demand for manufactures nnd bustling activ tho glass men are hcsltatlnc whether to Increase tho prlco of window niass ten or fifteen per cent., tho crockery dealers havo promptly put their prices up 20 per cent., so that there would bo no about It. They havo Uono this to meet tho increnso In tho DIngley bill. At present una clilclly concerns the English Imported ware, but tho American manufacturer Is preparing to mako similar advances. Kut as wo nro told that tho foreigners pay all this Incrcaso tho consumer In this country need not worry. Chicago Chronicle. This Is tho protection, that is soldi to hnvo the power to open tbo mills. Consumption has been down to low wuter mls-tnlto tushes up rmcEs. HOW TO CARVE. To carve a loin of veal or mutton begin at the smMl end nnd cut tho rlbi upnrt. A fillet of venl should be cul first from tho top and in a breast ol venl tho brcnstnnd brisket should first be cut npnrt nnd then cut in pieces. A leg of mutton should be carved across the middle of the bono first and then from tho thickest part till the gristle is reached. A few nice sllcci can bo cut from tho smaller end but it is usually hard and stringy. In carving fish practice is required in order to prevent the flakes from breaking. Tho choicest morsels of nil lnrge fish nro near tho bead; tho thin parts como next; tho flavor nearest tho bone is never equal to that on the upper part. A fish knife should be used in carving. A sirloin of beef should be placed on the platter with the undercut underslices should be taken neath. Thin-cu- t from the side next tho carver, then turn over tho roast and carve from underneath. A portion of both should be helped. A tongue should be carved in very thin slices, Its delicacy depending on this. The slices from the center nrc considered tho most tempting, nnd should be cut across and tho slices taken from both sides .with a portion of the fut nt the root. A hnm enn be served in several ways by cutting long, delicate Mces through the thick fat down to the bone; by running the. point of the knife In a circle in the middle nndi cutting thin, circular slices, thus keeping the ham moist, or by beginning nt the knuckle nnd slicing upward. The last mode is tho most economical. THE HEAT PLAGUE OF AUGUST, 1890. Mrs. Pinkkam's Explanation of tho Unusual Numbor of Doaths and Prostrations Among Womon. Tho great hent nlniruo of Aucrust. 1890. was not without Its f?jf lesson. Ono could not fail to notice la tho lonrr lists of .Vl tno ticaa throughout this country, that so many of JteMgSH!$f ino victims wero women in their thirties, and ,&iiiHK MiJll women botween forty-fiv- e nnd fifty. Tho women who succumbed to tho protracted heat wcro women whoso energies -- iisBH-orfer wcro exhausted by sufferings peculiar to their sex; women who, taking no thought or tncmselves, or who, attaching no im yyms JKw. iSswJirv fv'&'.i'l portance to first symptoms, allowed thoir icmalo system to becomo run down. (A3C 9ZfJ iT-- Willi wvi"" I Constipation, capricious appetite, restlessness, ( ioreoouingsoi evil, vertigo, languor, nnd weak X 7 x3fc2IBBisr if ness, especially in tho morning, an itching f it sBissY,sssM U Ism . tsW, I sssH sensation wnicn suaocniy attacks ono MS ft night, or whenever tho blood becomes ovcrhoatcd, arc all warnings. Don't wait Na I ' Ydr XjJr dsmjm&2 ' W : 41HHrlvW too long to build up your strength, that is now a positive necessity t Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound has powers. Youcannotdo better than to commence a course of this grand ' ' medicine. By tho neglect of first symptoms you will see by tho following letter what terrible suffering camo to Mrs. Craig, and how she was cured : "I havo taken Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound and think it is tho best mcdiclno for women in tho world. I was so weak and nervous that I thought' I could not live from ono day to tho next. I had prolapsus uteri nnd leucorrhroa nnd thought I was going into consumption. I would get so iaint I thought I would die. I had dragging pains in my back, burning sensation down to my feet, nnd so many miserablo Pcoplo said that looked liko dead s feelings. Doctors tried to euroImo. but failed. a Iliad woman. W8MSfS -sy given up wncn i ncartt or tno l'inkhnm medicine. I rwv. s. me. 7II5 r V "3 doctors could not do." ENGLISH AS SHE thought I would try it, and it made a now woman of I wish I could get every lady in the land to try it, for it did for mo whut Mns. Salmis Cbaiq, Baker's Landing, Pa. An Exiicimlvc IS SPOKEN. One Way to Spell Tomntocsj, Five to One word In its time has many pronunciations. For instance: Mrs. llousckeep tho other day was doing her morning's marketing. Witlihcr had come the stranger who was spending a week or two within her gates. Standing by while she snapped the beans between her fingers to see thnt thev were tender, parted the husks to make sure that the corn was ripe, pulled, the pears out of their paper wrappings nnd conducted generally after the manner of n careful housewife, was the clerk, order book in hand, and obsequiousness on his brow. The visitor began it with: "These tomavtoes look nice. Get some there's a dear! To which Mrs. Housekcep replied: "Why, certainly, if you li':c thcinl" Then to tho New Through l'mmcnirer Itoule for Colnrmlo, Utah anil Cnllfornln, clerk: "How much are tomahtoes this morning?" of August The Chicago Times-Heral"I'm not sure: I'll ask. Jim," calling to a 27 says that on September 12 the new fellow clerk, "how much is them tcrmait-crs?- " trnflic ollianco between tho Chicago, .Mil' waukee & St. Paul railway and the Chicago, I II ask the boss. Say," passing the word Kock Island & Pacific railway goes into effurther back, "watcher gettin for tomat-toe-s fect, and on that date tho former will send its first Denver sleeper out of Chicago. Thi "T'mats? O, two baskets for a quarter, will bo attached to its regular night train for I guess." Omaha, ond will be delivered there to tho Therefore, to please her guest who loved Bock Island. On October 2 the tourist car tomaytoes," Mrs. Housekcep invested in route over these two lines, the Colorado s spine "tomahtoes" and Jim, who was Midland nnd Southern Pacific, will be inauthe nrice of "tomnttoes" for llin gurated. Tourist cars will bo run once n benefit of n fellow clerk who wanted to week between Chicago and San Francisco. know how to sell "tcrmaitcrs," was en- For further details regarding this new route lightened ns to what he should charge for call on or nddrcss Geo. 11. Hcafiord, General "t'mats." And the bystander wns left mar- Passenger nnd Ticket Agent, C. M. & St. P. veling nt the infinite variety of "Knglish as Ry., 410 Old Colony Building, Chicago, 111. she is spoke." Chicago Chronicle. her-wo- lf d 1 inves-ticatin- Pronounce It. Among the number of Baltimore fresh ail fund children who passed through Washingi ton a few days ago, bound for the cool bill country of Virginia, there was one little fclbw who found tho very best quarters in a hospitable farmhouse at Front Itoyal When the cows came up in the evening t be milked, so a friend down there writes me, thu little Baltimore boy went down to tin barnyard with his host to see the operation The cows were standing about placid'y, and, as Is their custom at that .time of tho day, were contentedly chewing the cud. The boj watched the milkmaids at work, and lui eyes dwelt with growing wonder on tin ceaseless grind of the cows jaws. At length he turned to his host and said: "And do you have to buy gum'for all thtra cows? Washington Post. Dovino Ilnblt. .'j ii Where He Airrccil vrltH "What! What!" when you sing of nn evening?" said Gilhooly The irate old man choked with indignato n vocalist. tion "They don't do that because my singing t want to steal my child from me, to is bad; on the contrary, they smash my winrob me of my daughter? Why sirl " dows so they tan hear better." Tammany His rage got the upper hand of him, and Times. he gasped some more; "llascal is no name for you!" Outdone. The young man was perfectly calm. Prof. Braintank Newton was a great "You bet it isn't," he said, slowly: "and if philosopher. By observing the mere fall of anybody says otherwise there's liable to be an apple he discovered tho law of gravity. trouble." Smithers That's nothing. By bitIn the face of such sublime gall what could ing an apple Eve discovered the simply of gravity the old man do? Puck. law. N. Y. Journal. II I in. Ilounillena Egotism. "You ought to give' up trying to sing. Don't your neighbors smash your windows "ou iBl . ((Mm The Blue and the Gray. 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