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Hastings for an hour or moro Sunday afternoon. Ho said he had merely made a formal report to the governor of the situation. It is apparent, however, thut the commander is not cheered by tho immediate outlook, although he says he thinks there will bo no further turbulence. He would not say when tho troops are likely to be withdrawn and Jie has resolved to act with tho utmost rigor. Furthermore, ho made a revelation vynlch put a startling aspect upon the situation. This was, that the house of Xhe engineer of No. 3 colliery had been (broken into late Saturday night by six masked men, and tho engineer, who is a cripple, unmercifully beat him. There is no clow to tho identity of tho assailants. The only work tho man has been doing lately is the pumping necessary to free the mine from water. The general had also received a formal report kof the Audcnrcid outrage of last Thursday night, when strikers broke inp tho house of Gomcr Jones, superintendent of tho Lehigh anil Co. Jones, whoso unpopu-larltywit- h the miners was one of the ifrst causes of tho strike, was notVhero but tho men literally wrecked tho Interior of the house and then attacked a mlno power house nearby and stolo therefrom a quantity of dynamite. As soon as he heard of this Gen. Gobin assigned n guard of tho Thirteenth regiment to remain at Audcnrcid. To all intent and purpose Ilazlcton is under martial law. Gen. Gobin declared Sunday night that in spite of warrants issued for the arrests of Sheriff Martin and his deputies, no constables or civic authority will be permitted to arrest tho men. He said that the sheriff is an executive officer, whoso duty is to preserve tho peace, and that he, Gobin, and tho troops arc Wilkcs-barroJCoal KENTUCKYjgmDAY, SEPTEMBER H, NUMBER 2. ' A I.nrKe Number or Marching Miners Killed I and Wounded by Sheriff Ilenullm Va-- k iieral of tho Victims Muny Miners Joining tho Malcontents Tho I miners and operators adjust their dif? KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. fcrcnccs at Tuesday's conference, tha troops, with tho exception of a batj J. C. Doiin, a prominent Louisville tallon and a troop oi cavalry win ia lawyer, was In Frankfort a few daye withdrawn. Tho First brigade is stilf ago, and as counsel for the Mutual held in readiness, but it is though't llencfit Co., of New Jersey, in the suits hero that all danger of another outf of the Tate heirs to collect tho insurTureak is passed and no moro troops ance held on the life of defaulting will be needed. .j Treasurer James W. Tate, had copies GoIlAnnisnuno, Pa., Sept. 14. Gen. bin notified the governor and milltart authorities Monday morning that thorp is nothing alarming In the striko situation in tho Hazleton region and that he has been assured instructionsTq-gardin- g made of petitions THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, STANFORD. Successor! to tho Lincoln OR tlional Bank, TvY. By provision of Its charter, depositors nre as fully protected as are depositors in National Batiks, Us shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par value thereof in addition to the amount iuvested in such shares: It may act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, a3 an individual. Shorlrf Denounced. .w? ERfcvf biinply'ln'escibablcT'li'acrputiesr Bcumi'ti vu lie iiTrur-siriCKCil mined tone forbade advance. Some one btruck the sheriff and the next moment thero was a command to the deputies to fire. Tho guns of the deputies instantly belched forth a terrible volley. Tho report scorned to shake tho very mountains and a cry of dismay went up from tho people. Tho strikers wcro taken entirely by "surprise, and as the men toppled and fell over each other, those who remained unhurt stampeded. The men went down before the storm of bullets like tenpins ami tho groans of thljyJnffttjUaflwouiirted filledtliunlrgri IIazi.f.ton, l'ti., Sept. 11. The strike sltuiition rcnclicd a terrible crisis on tlio outskirts of Latimer Friday afternoon, when a band of deputy blieriiTs lircd into nn infttrlntud inob of miners. The men fell like so ltiany blieep, and the excitement since iihu been so in-- ton so that no accurate lrturcs of the tletul and wounded can b obtained Keports run from 15 to 20Vdd killed and 40 or more wounded. alio strikers left Ilazlcton Vit 3:0 o'clock Friday afternoon, nnnouueing mcir intention to go to Latimer. VAs boon as this becamo known a bandNpf deputies was loaded on a trollcvcir iintl went whirling across the mountain to tho scene where tho bloody conflict followed. After reaching Latimer, they left tho .car and formed into thro under Thomas Hall, E. k. Hess and Samuel II. Price. They drew up in line at the ciljfo of tho villa re, with a fence and a line of houses in their rear. Sheriff Martin was in cntl o command and stood in the front of the lino until the btrikcrs npproachci. They were s.ccn coming1 across th" j.lj;e, and Sheriff Mnrtin went out to meet them. The men drew up sullenly and listened in silence until he had once moro read the riot act. Tills finished, a low murmuring arose among the foreigners ond there was a blight .movement forward. Perceiving this, the sheriff stepped toward them and in a detercoin-panic- s, marching uniformed really subordinate to the sheriff at this time, being engaged in helping him to perform that duty. Under these circumstances he will not permit Interference with tho sheriff's officials so long as the militia is here. In splto of this fine distinction the commander's decision on this point is accepted as superceding the civil authorities by the 3 that a couple of sensational stories ligl come to him but investigation Sshowe.d that there was no cause for alarm. Full power had been given Gen. Gobin and he has abundant authority under the circumstances. Hazlkton, Pa., Sept. 14. At brigai headquarters lato Monday night thero was n feeling that a critical period had sane. ' been passed with tho burial of- the degd lUiutv Adams, a whlto miners only to meet wun a conuiuqn boy, was beaten almost to death by Tuesday that may be even moro seri- Isegro toughs at. Howling Green. ous. At midnight the city troop fiif Tt'iOTiKK surprised the Philadelphia were all asleep and npt guards at a raiders e in Harrison one of tho men knew that by daybreak county nnd destroyed the gate. One they would bo roused and ordered fto of the guards was the sheriff of the proceed to Ecklcy. There is a , poss- county. ibility that a detachment of infantry Gold bearing quartz Is said to have may also bo sent, but this could ' notibo been found on the state Hue near Reel-foconfirmed. lake. There are no doubts that fears are Pauucah is still confident of .securing before tho end of tho a t'orilnge factory and several other Imentertained that week tho wholo region may bo on a portant enterprises. strike. Tho McAdoo men, who decidWit. Whitk, a leading plumber of ed on Saturday to return topvqrk Newport nnd a member of the. school Tuesday, held a meeting Monday Sight board, made an assignment for tho benvery late hour$ The that lasted until a result could not bo learned but ttcad-vlsabili- efit of creditors. Wam.aci: IIionEK was killed by Robof not returning topvork ert L. Downs nt Higbce's home, 1742 1 Tf was touched upon. Trouble has broken outatCoxcT.ros'. West llroadway, Louisville. Tin: governor has pardoned Wesley colliery at Ecklcy, Two hundrei minWithers,. of Danville, serving one year ers at Buck mountain, which is ihout three miles from Eckloy, went on a fdr gambling, on request of tho court striko Monday morning and start :d to- officials. At Howling Green W.W. Evans has wards the Eckley mine'; Tho superinof the Ecklcy colliery? tele brought suit for Sin, 000 against tho L. tendent Ho graphed to Gen. Gobin for troopMbut and N. Railroad company. ho alleges In his petition that, after had sevlater in the day the request was company the superintendent notifying ered his connection with the bald the general that tho strikinc miners in 18U4, he was blacklisted by from prevented him had stopped marching. With work on other roads and earn At 4 o'clock Monday nftcrnoonuM ing a living. uuum ruuuivcu miouicr iciegrati: corpse of. Rev. Ephraim Hclnu ,, well-know- n toli-gatot ty VfUh-draw- will bo obeyed. Gen. Gobin reported bodlcji wliich have been presented to the present and formor governors, asking a pardon for Tate. The defendants will rely on this as cv'lence to show that Tate's family and friends, nt least up to a few weeks Dgo, believed him to be still alive. Tlio policy held In the Mutual Ilencr fituan unlike the others, and provides that, should the policy mature after Tate's death the proceeds go to his family, but should he be still living it should ixj payable to himself. This policy matures next year. MA.r. John S. Clakk, a Lexington muu, has been adjudged In- . Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Stan ford, Kentucky, December 31, 1896. RESOURCEa r.nansnna Discounts.., Dvcrdratta Other Stooku and Honda Due from National Hanks llanklne House Furniture una Fixtures 1277.010.91 1,98-10- LIABILITIES Capttst Stock 7,67619 Surplus Fund Individual Deposit 4l.C01.9J ft.580.00 Due from National Hanks 800.09 Due from ttato Hanks 18.701 68 J2 , 0WM 17,003 80 .17t)8! 3,8;5.:u 6.10J8I 3V,J.3J3 Duh J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, Ky John M. Hail, Stanford, Ky. " " J.E.Lynn S. Directors. J Embry, ' " t William Gooch, W. IT. Cummlngs, Prcachersville, Ky. W. A. Carpenter, Milledgeville, K Jno. S. Owsley, Stanford, Ky. Jno. F. Cash " S. H. SHANKS, President. W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. J, B. OWSLEY, Cashier aSTAVe solicit all having business in they will receive prompt attention. bank to call or write us, and J. B. OWSIyEY, Cashier A. PENNINGTON DEALER m . ,n GENERAL MERCHANDISE. WBBJMiWVirVPrfV)ytprnriinnct"P.nytRt-O.VirpVi. ill. mo deadly execution of their guns, and seeing the living strikers fleeing llko wild and others dropping to the earth, they went to the aid of the unfortunates .whom they had brought down. Along the bank of tho trolley road men lay in every position, some dead, others dying. Threo bodies, fuco downward, lny along the incline and three others were but a bhort distance away. On the other side of the road as many moro bodies lay. The .school house was transformed into n temporary hospital and some of the wounded were taken there. The colliery arabulnnco was summoned to tho place as soon as pos sible, and upon its arrival two men, both shot' through the legs, were loaded into the wagon; All along tho hillside wounded men wcro found, on the green on tho roadside and in tho llelds. Jinny' others, who had been, carried to a distance, could not be found. Pa., Sept. 11. Gov. llAiiuiBiioito. Hastings Friday night ordered out the Third brigade, of which (Jen. Uobin is commander, and Instructed (Jen. Schall to hold tho First brigade in readiness. bloody affray of Friday afternoon. There is strong reason to fear a conflict between the strikers and the military Monday and there is nn indication that from five to' seven thousand moro miners will join tho malcontents. Feeling continues high against Sheriff' Martin and his deputies, nnd tho intensity of the situation is such that a hudden turn of the head or a word rfmgIjjabovo the ordinary tone, brings a- nmning The soldierb are crowd. watehfuThnd ready for any emergency, and tho people of the town nro in a btutc which may easily become panic. An incident of ugly omen occurred during tho funeral of three of the victims Sunday afternoon. As services was being held inside of tho St. Joseph's church about '.',000 foreigners were congregated nhout the doors. A number of them raised tliolr voices and it is declared by that a policeman stationed near tho door becamo unduly olllcious. Instantly nn ominous muttering followed mingled with scowling looks and clenched lists. Word was immediately carried indoors to Hcv. Father Aujst. lie hurried to the door and bundled tho men who beeined most quarrelsome in the church. A few words of counsel to the others prevented further demonstrations. Troublo is in tho nir, and if it is to come, the time will be Monday. This is clear from tho words used Sunday night by Gen. Gobin, commander of tho Third brigade. Thohtriking miners have mado elaborato preparations for a demonstration nt tho funoral of ten of tho victims, which is fixed for half-pain o'clock tho ten morning. The military authorities are determined that nothing of the 'kind shall bo permitted, and that from this time, on there shall be no marching of nny character ""whatsoever, whether during funerals or otherwise. This resolution st tion here Sunday night wns graver than it has been at any time since the Ha7.ki.ton, Pa., Sept. 13. The situa- fcn'iriTovnnSrSiiifdavivvcrmiliivclotitl? '.r.i.TUFV--- ?, iacoo nnouicrpnuicwounaou, boy who the was shot through tho head, the announcement Sunday afternoon by the hospital doctors that six moro will die, several perhaps before morning, nnd the funeral of four of the victims. These wero Andres Vurrick, Steve Urleh, John Futa and Mike Chcslok. Ten moro will bo buried Monday and here tho trouble is likely to occur. It has been arranged that the ten coffins shall be carried on tho shoulders of the strikers from tho undertaker's bhop to the front of St. Joseph's church. In front of the church a platform is to bo erected upon which it is tho purpose to placo the ten coffins so that they can bo viewed by tho crowd. Then addresses in Polish, Lithuanian and English nro to bo made by priests and others; tho bodies will bo carried inside and tho pontificlal high mass will bo celebrated. After tho services tho proccssionwill go to tho Polish cemetery, where eight coffins, those containing Poles, will bo placed in one largo grave. It is tho purpose to acquire by subscription sufficient funds to erect over this n monument 'bearing tho names of the victims and n brief history of tho event. Seventeen societies, all but one made up of Poles, Hungarians and others of tho Slav race, and one of Irish, arc to march in the funeral procession. Clement Plopslack, "aged 3.1 years, ono of tho strikers who was injured in Friday's riot, died lato Sunday night, death. making tho twenty-thir- d WiLKESiiAiuiK, Pa., Sept. 13. Sheriff Martin spent tho night at his homo in Red-dingto- m'mhuw wn,s, bonrgoAnniijrijimtir.-. tnKerT?msonrwoii2v-oviuirwiiij-nnTO Tiir I AM SELLING GOODS LOWER THAN THEY WERE EVER SOLD BEFORE IN MT. VERNON. yStore In on the Corner of Main Street 'and Taylor Avenue, Near r v4 quest. The start bcene of tho disturbance. will bo made shortly after midnight or else just before daybreak. Thq troopers will rido across the mountains, a distance of 18 miles, to Eckley. Ecklcy is a small mining villago and lies in a valley. There are a nurnber of collerics thero and fears have been en- tcrtained for tho past 48 hours hat troublo would break out as the lea had been acting very ugly. Tho situation Monday night in tho Ilazlcton district was ono of unx'st, All the collerics in this district art ap prehensive of danger. Requests hhvo been pouring into Gen. Gobin fi om tho various mines asking that he s ;nd troops to the places in order to prent any possible outbreak. The gen ral states that he will not send any trt ups to any point unless an outbreak Joes occur. The general declines to ,ivo tho names of tho collieries, us nil tho men in them are still at wJrk. Tho operators, however, are apprehensive of a striko and want il' bo prepared for any emergency. Two mine superintendents in this immediate vicinity have asked Gen. Gobin to placo guards around their n This will bo done. Gen. houses. will not mako public tho names of tho superintendents who made tho .reGo-bi- was stated in the dispatch tint tho miners had been roughly hapdlcd by the strikers. Gen. Gobin has ordered the city troops of Philadelphia to go to tho would have been worse.' HAititlsnuiio, Pn., Sept. 13. Tho executive mansion has been tho .seenc of much activity during the last 43 hours. Gov. Hastings, Attorney General Maj. (Jen. Snowdcn, Adj. Gen. Stewart and Private Secretary lleitler have been on duty almost constantly. Gen. Gobin will keep a close watch qu tho .funerals and will prepare to Should tho buppress any disorders. Two actresses, who aro playing in n theater here, overheard a conversation on tho main street of Hazleton Monthis city and left for Ilazlcton with day to this effect. They wero passing the militia Saturday morning, llcforo a group of miners and overheard one of them remark: taking his departure ho went into restaurant for some refresh"I've got tlio material but I don't ments. Tho placo was filled with sol- know how to mix tho d d stuff. If I diers and sympathizers of tho striking did I would blow them up The sheriff was hissed This information was sent to Gen. miners. when ho entered, but he paid no atten- Gobin Monday night nnd as he had alThen the ready heard mu.ttcrings from other tion to tho taunts. crowd gathered around him and ho was sources ho decided to send guards to inclined to resist their interference. tho houses of tho two mino superinHis friends, however, hustled him off tendents. The guards were not placed to a private room, whero ho remained on duty until after dark. until the timo for tho departure of tho UNITED LABOR LEAGUE, train. A reporter accompanied tho sheriff Vlillnilclplilii, Denounce tho Kllllns of Of on his trip down. Mr, Martin was cool tho Miners ut Iluzrlton. and collected. Ho said: Pjin.Ani:i.i'iiiA, Sept. 13. At a special "This is an unfortunate affair, but I meeting of tho United Labor league men out of n hun- Sunday afternoon, the question of tho think ninety-nindred would have done just as I did. shooting of the miners near Hazelton liut now that the crisis has been bv Sheriff Martin's deputies, was reached, I do pot propose to bhirk my brought up for discussion and a numduty. Some say my notion ber of speeches denunciatory of tho that I should havo jollied-wi-th action wero delivered. Subsequently, the mocking mob. I tell you I had the following resolutions were adopted: been parleying with them for four days Whereas, In view of tho deliberate and it did no good. They wero grad- assassination of 21 miners and tho morually getting the best of tho situation, tal wounding of a number of others, nnd 1 think in 24 hours more things most of whom received their wounds o have a special coffin made for it. Helm weighed more than three hundred pounds. Tho remains wero taken to Hebron. ICy . and placed in a vault. Rev. Helm was well known in northern Ho was once u llaptist Kentucky. minister. Hampton, of the repub- Chairman lican itnte enmpaign committee, has accepted Populist Pnrker's challenge forttO jointdiseussions with Republicun Nominee Ituilcy. Tiik defense failed to knock out tho indictment against Rank Cashier Yout-seqf Newport. More indictments are expected in connection with the fuiluro of the bank, a special grand jury having been ordered by Judge Tuft for September 20. Hknuy .lir.KB nnd Sheltou Chambers were indicted by the Madison county grand jury the other morning for murder. .Hies is 77 years old mid killed .Too ICatliflo at liighill in July. Chambers stabbed a Negro to death. Roth entered pleas of not guilty. Tiik Kentucky crop report, just Issued, shows that drought prevailed over almost, tho entire Mate dining August, and tho condition of corn has fallen from 03 to 88. Early corn will, to a great extent' constitute the crop. The tobacco crop percentage is 00. The remarkable fact concerning tobacco is that fivo per cent, has been housed. This is in btriking contrast with last year, when 75 per cent, was cut and housed at this date. The farmers of Kentucky still hold SO per cent, of tho wheat crop. CoiiNcropin tho vicinity of Lancaster is almost, ruined, as a result of a protracted drought. No rain since tho latter part of July. I)n. R. V. Hhndi.ev, a well to do dentist, Lexington, was the other morning ntljudgcd of unsound mind and committed to tho asylum., He used cocaine. of Howling RiciiAiii) O. Pon-EiiGreen, dropped dead from heart disease. J. R. Rvan, of Jetrorsontowii, was shot and seriously wounded by Willium Ellingsworth, a neighbor. Tiikrk prisoners escaped from tho Metcalfe county jail at Edmonton by tunneling through tho floor. Tiik democratic executive committee of Hopkins county has Indorsed R. C. Cronshaw, a populist, for statu sen- New Goods and Hard Time Prices Call and See Me ,n ,- ,- tA.- THE RILEYProprietor, HOUSE F. RIIBY, B. LONDON, - - KENTUCKY. I have moved to my new Hotel ard am bettor prepared Good Livery a than over to accommodate tlio public. tachetl and every convenience desired. Give mo call The Sambrook Hotel, Convenient to railroad station. .."in Ky fl1 Livingston Rales reasonable. Porters meet all trains. Druggists and Pharmacists. MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt. Vernon, Ky. Wexarrv Drugs, Chemicals, Paints. Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c. Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call for goods usually kept in a first-clas- s drugstore. rea I i i 1 W 1 I J5 s -- 3 . 't. as J. RnoNBTON, of Lcxiugton, tho campaign at Frankfort, speaking to a large audience. nowAitn&GitAHAM, of Frankfort, a leading grocery firm, has assigned. Suits by creditors was the cause. Dn. W. Oodkiiky llUNTKii reiterates his statement thnt ho Is out of politics, Surplus $200,000. Capital Stock 23,100 but intimates that ho still carries a razor In his boot for some of his pollt-fcenemies, lie says he has sold his Smines at a big profit, uud is looking in tho back while fleeing from tho after his investments. J. W. Haydcn, K. L. Tanner, J. II. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Reid majesty of the law; be it Richmond, grocer, R. T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble. S. T. Harris,-J- . Resolved, by the United Labor has T. Raxtkk, of assigned. S. Hocker and M. J. Miller. Philadelphia and Its vielni'ty League of A movkmknt is on foot toestablisl that wo feel that a crime has been com- electric lights at Grayson. We solicit the accounts of the citizens ol Rockcastle and adjoining mitted in tho namo of law, and wo Tiik campaign was opened at RuRslll-vlll- counties, assuring them prompt andcareful attention to all business hereby donate the bum of $25 for tho by Congressman John S. Ilhea. prosecution of the offenders nnd furAllk.v Quinn, of Mayfleld, has been intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with u view on all affiliated bodies to conther call to business relations, respectfully invited tribute to their best ability for the adjudged Insane from the use of mor phino. j, S. HOCKKR, Pres, JNO. J, McROBE&TS, Cashier, same purpose. Hon. opened C. ator. First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. al DIRECTOR- ? S.WT J !J?2r inMJiiMjjnjimuiiii ii - Pinim..JmBgmrxaLgaiaJuiMwmjmjUM MSttttttdhttaEM rii THE Lighted WMJIMUMMMKMMIllllMWa&tfWi'KfcCqT 0' i".--- -.. '- - -- .,. Mt. Vernon Friday, Sept. Signal 17, 1897 BRODHEAD. 'GOOCHLAND. AL.' G. HUFFMAN, Prop'r , Stanford, Ky. Mrs. George McGuire is on the liams, alternate. The Association had well attended; ad- Jarrett sick' list. l 1 a harmonious session nnMni i n M1IIC l...u..a.1. f journcu acpieniuci ym .uivi Mrs. Dr. Clark is improving. W. S. Haskins was htire Sun- session. j.imcs u. Published every Friday by by, Asst. clerk. in house, day from I no. Tilman Gilpin is down from Mt. room. James Vernon. J. C. Phillips is in McKee tin! Specjitl Attention Given to Commercial Men G, W. McCLURE, week on business. J no. Woodard went to RowteFINE WINES, LIQUORS, BEERS AND CIGARSwEfl32-6m$1.00 land, Monday. W. D. McGtiire-hafcSUHSCKIl'TION ONtt Y1JAU very .sick ' child at this writing. Mt. Vernon, Ky Win. Cummins is out from a Miss Nora Baker, of Wildie, is Advct Using talei Made known on spell of fever. All business entrusted o my visiting here this week. application Mrs. Emerson Rice is up from care will receive prompt attention. Mat Hamilton, of Wildie, attend Office: Second floor of new brick 'jpLjOOJRIiNO Lebanon Junction. ed church here Sunday. ANNO UNCFM N7 S. on Church street. Miss Ellen Henderson is the i ( ( Miss Martha Martin was the guest of Mrs. J. G. Frith. guest of Miss Alzic McGuire, Sun-- i We are authorized to announce Mr. and Mrs. Preston, of Stone, day. FINSI-Twere guests of J. B. Farmer last W. BAKER JOHN HOUSE, On last Wednesday, at the home MILLER week. As an Independent Republican lo mcrty cucomb Hotel of the bride, Miss Ella Phillips and Rev. Hendricson was with the candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle HUGH MILLER, Prop'r Moses Angliu were married, Rev. county to be voted for at November Baptist church here Saturday and Smith officiating. MT VERNON. Ky HWVti lUHkt D.V DV Sunday. MaMW. ttv election, 1897. mvMi Mit Mtu am. taTPorters meet all train.'. Misses Lula and Amy Pike were Commercial Men's HeadquarLIVINGSTON. aus&a M&ta touui xsasussTxa- aj2xila ksk ters. Tup, great miner's strike has guests of relatives at Livingston last week. virtually ended. Dealers in Mrs. 'Geo. Griffin has been quite Judges Fish 'and Carter were sick. down from Mt. Vernon to aiteud Tnn National Democrats of! the divorce suit of Marie Hilton. Mrs. John Cooper is Visiting her SADDLES and HARNESS. Liucoln county pnblihhed a two Marion Harrison who has been 'mother at Crab Orchard. Manufacturers column address 111 the Danville of Li tun and brick. L Advocate, They say they willsup-por- t seriously ill with dropsy cbnfessed Mrs. George Herwig, of Chicago, r the party nominees of their Christ Sunday and was baptised is visiting her sister, Mrs. Robcit They also furnish Lime, Building county but will vote for Hindman. Wednesday. Brown. Stone, either quarry face or cut. Hig-giuMrs. Holtzclaw aud Mrs. Orders promptly filled. Harry Magee, of London, -- was of Preachersville, were here Ky Aug. 31, '97 Mr. Vkunon, OF- down to see his best girl last SunSunday in the interest of the church Editor of Signav. day. In answer to an article which ap- at that place. Has a liuinber ot fine Blue Grass farms for sale and exchange, R. G. Williams was down from peared in the "The Republican" A Demoiest contest was held ranging- in crea from'io to 1,200 acres in a boundary, and in price from of last week in regard to the con- here at the Christian church on the Mt. Vernon last week. I wonder A $20 to $100 per acre. Can Suit purchaser in price, terms, location, &c. duct of some of the County Officials evening of September 9th with "Who he came to see? Ask "Miss SPECIALTY. iu this or any other State in tlie United States. Georgie." We wish to differ from those whose Misses Susie Yeadon, Bettie Office ii Interioi ) J. H. SOWDER, uames follow that article: Lily and Lula Haggard, Mrs. McCarthy and pretty M' new shop is on Taylor A'enur Journal Building. Gen'l Manager. J ! Colyer and Lela Pike contest daughter,! Miss Mary Belle, re If necessary, it can be proven by near the Baptist church. I reputable Republican citizens that ants. Messrs. Preston, Protheioe turned to their home in Lebanon BQ--l expect Cash for Cash horse some of said officials have been and Mrs. Smith were Judges. The after an extended visit to Mr. Geo, sbeiug. guilty of official and general con- contest was very close but was de- McCarthy's. VVSVW"'- duct, not only unworthy of their of- cided in favor of Miss Bettie Collegiate-Institut- e Quite a party ot old ana young ficial positions, but of the dignity pach ol the young ladies and morality expected of the humb- did credit to themselves and showed tripped the light fantastic at the IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. DR. A. G. LOVELI. residence of Dr. Cooper last Thurs lest private citizen: much elocutionary talent. day evening. All reported an ex 6, 1897. M. P. Newcomb, Republican, Physician and Surgeon, cellent time. H. C. Gentry, Academic, Intermediate, and MT VERNON, lY J. J. Smith, WILDIE. John Mullins has taken charge Primary, Departments. Democrat, James Maret, OQ'icoNonli bUlo.Mniirect,.. oMhe MullinsJHotel; Mr... Pope y-JiCL toi.itwft fcCrfwHi Wm. Ifoyntcr,, moving to the lumrj. Hotel and C MKtf ' John W. Baker was here the first Mrs. "Geo. E. McCoy, John McGec now occupies of the week. G. A. Parker, .. . .Republican, .the John Mullins property. .. ' 'Democrat, courtcalendAr. P. J. McMulhV L T. Stewart was in London Miss Bessie Mulliu, a beautiful " the first of the week. R.P. Norton, CDUNTY GOUKT fourth W and accomplished young lady of in each month H. K. McKinney, Republican QUARTERLY COUttT-Fi- rst J. L. Brooks 'has builta. residence Louisville, and Miss Hattie Satter-fi'el" iU. Peni.ington, M. D., January, April. July nnd Ocnear his Mill and will .move, his tober. one ot the belles of Glasgow ' Monday ml J. H. Gaut, CIRCUIT family. Eor Evervthing in . VJttnction, ar the guests of Miss itFebruary. Fourth Momlny in May Owen is sick. (11 Icy Chinch in I'uluski county, and Selected Rev. A.J. 1'ikc to preach the introductory sermon, Rev. Wm. M. Wil- NEW MYliRS- - HOUSE. reading o .j NEW MANAGEMENTS SSNEWLY KURN1SHED. electricity, water maret. a Attorney at Law, METAL AC.STOE, CKILTNG w vr kiw - R0O FING. S1DNIG STANFORD, KT. . "$ Farm and Yard Fence, m.m.m''mmmvm Stanford, Kentucky. v fffk mnm MT. VERNON Carriages, Wagons, Hay & Seeds. FARMINIGMPLEMENTS-A- LIME COMPANY Patronage of Rockcastle Solicited. REAL ESTATE KINDS s, THE EXCHANGE. THO'S TAYLOR Blacksmith, '! STANFORD, KY. - HORSE-SHOEIN- Wil-mot- t, Del-ph- ie Mt. Vernon ... g i&6Q Wil-mot- t. Pall Session Opens September : $, & - ' Speclfelormal, Work for Teachers.,,l"' LM. SCROGGS, Principal - , M011-dny- d, v COURT-Seco- JONAS MCKENZIE Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoe GENERAL MERCHANDISE. W. .Apt Taylor, X' & Meshack Gentry, A. Pennington, George Liford, J. E. Woodall, Republican, Democrat, Andrew Gentry, Republican. iir . ROWLAND. Rowland gets liight mail. T. L. Shelton has resumed the coal business. Business on the train railroad has 'been immense. Tames Mudd, ihas recovered dispatcher, James Lee, who has been ill for a long time, i3 improving. "II" Pendleton's court will sume as soon as frost falls. post-offic- re-- , yzx v. Frank Curdier looks natural be- -l place. e tiind the cabinet. Some young peopled this place Tom Ferrell's last order for spent Saturday and Sunday at the ram miscarried or got lost in the home of T, J. Ballard on the Big shuffle, Hill. They report a nice time. Four Mormon preachers have been holding services here J. M. Haley joined them. WABD. Fatty Parsons has opened a banki just up the creek from A five year-olchild of John bridge with a shovel. Pouder's was buried on Skagg's Our stockmen. Woods & Lynn,i creek Monday la'st. are shipping cattle, hogs and sheep Rev. Gooch filled his appointtwo or three times a week. ment at Skaggs' creek church on The extreme dry weather is caus ' Saturday and Sunday. 'itig cousideruble trouble on account Mr and Mrs. Bloomer visited the of stock water. Some fanners have family of A, K. Gooch near Bee to haul water several miles. Lick this week. Ro-vlan- in A brother and sister of Miss Lena Bentley and Mrs. W. H. MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month. Alice Forbus are visiting her from at "Sunbeam Castle. ' Ford. , He will give you better bargains than can be secured anywhere. Quite a number ot young people, Aunt Nancy Coffee died of can- chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. W. cer on the 8th and was buried at H. Satterfield, went up Rockcastle J J. W. LAWRENCE, ' Scaffold Cane. river boating Tuesday evening in Mrs. John Ogg of Madison coun- the moonlight. Mr. Ed Smith ty, is visiting the family of Ely honored 'he occasion with his presence and a'so his music. One Coffee this week. young lady fell in not in the Mrs Joseph Jones and childern of Kentucky. Vkrnon, water but in lovei Illinois, aic the guests of her Special attention given to the Will Jones. Now that the Roundstoue bridge Office on Main street neaJ Dan Cameron who has lived is about completed, the hearts of KjYE. here for two yeas has returned to the people on that east side are 1 made very happy. We can only his home in Tennessee- hope now that the L. & N. railroad Prices licjve. been reduced. If in need of any tning of tho Lum Rimel has returned from shall see fit to improve their termikind call on his threshing trib in Madison. He TOM nal facilities at this place. We can i threshed 18,000 bushels. MRS SC. FRANKLIN. Manager, at Mt. Vernon; Ky. say this to the L. & N: We will f T, - ; DEALER IN Miss Louise and Mattie McGuire furnish the water add guarantee of Madison county, have been visit- that it will never run dry. WHISKIES' WINES, &o., &c, ing the'faniily of Ike Coffee of this L Sat-terfie- ld and Third Monday September Pihysician Stanford, Ky. and Surgeon, Carpets, Rurniture W WITHERS bioth-er-in-la- Post-offic- e. Paper, Caskets and Coffins. Stray Matting all prices Wall FERRELL KY Jrh t ROWLAND, nt $2 BAPTIST ASSOCIA'lON. The Rockcastle Association of United Haptists met at the Mt. Vcinon Baptist Church last week, Sept,, 7th. The first clay was devoted to Sundu) School work. Hiram K.McKinnc) was elected chairman and James G. Carter secretary. On a call for lctteiMhi: following schools responded with lepous and statistics, Pittsburgh, Chestnut Gio c, Poplar Grove, Mt. Vernon, Ilrod-heaHickory Grove, Line Creek, and Flat Rock, with good delegations. Had soma fine discussion on S inula) School topics. Weliad theKc Maho-ne- y and Rev. Crouch of Stanford, to help enliven the discussion; also a good attendance of local talent. Tire convention adjourned on Wed. ncsday, at ten o'clock A. ji. 1 The Association then organized l James H. Albright Moderator Rev. J. C, CaiVnical asst., Jonas Mckenzie Clerk .indj.is G. Carter assistant.' The following named churches responded with letters and messengers: Hiodhead, 1'ieedom, Mt Zton, Poplar Groe, Mt. Vernon, New Hazel Patch F.urview. Pine Hill, Flat Rook, Hickory Grose, Line Creek. Sinking Valley, Pleasant Hill New Salem nnd '.ion The Association decided to hold their meeting net ear w ith the Sinking Val- - Ijine and up Collyer & Co. MARBLE CUTTERS, BRODHEAD, KY. - C C. V 0 111 R. G Wllllami j .WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, Attorneys-at-Law- , KY MTVERNOH, Church street, fiiven to collections Monuments, Tombstones, and work of all kinds in that lino done- on snort notice at tho lowest rates write- for esti- mates will send a man to you to make estimates and givo prices. R. II. IIAMM, balesnii n. d OUlco on 2nd floor in new brick on attention v V.- - , MEANS EXPERIENCE. , 1 , 10 YEARS' PERFECTION WHEfl APPLIED TO t Postmaster- Cgrdjet has received from one of hferftrrteiids a huge pear which could scarcely be n pushed into a tin bucket. -half-gallo- 'iSZfllffH A H& TRADE MARKS, DESIGNS, COPYRIGHTS Ao. Conductor Wilder, of the K. C, will shortly attach a mowing ma- " chine to the pilot of his engine to cut the hay and weeds from tha track. CASTOR A I Tor Infants and Children. Ti Anyone iendln k sketch nd description nmy qulcklr oscortaln, free, whether an Invention It protuiblr tiatentable. Coiuiminlcutlons ttrlttlr ronttdcntlsl. Oldest ssenej furaecurliii: patents In America. We hare a Washington oltice. Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive tpecnti notlpo In tho . SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, if f " .. svs M w 'A lCB BTir t bcnutlfullr lllustratoil, Hrcet circulation of i tinrsclontlnoj uriinl,Teokljr,tcrmst3eUaveart liUslx lucnfhs. Specimen topics and lliN'j f UotiK oil I'ate-NT- s sent froe. AddreM MUNN & CO., .'101 UroiulmtVi Nutv Yerlt. Pronounced by Experts tho Standard of tho World. Ask your dealer for WlfJCHESTER mako est Oun or Ammunition and tcko no othor. FREE: Our new Illustrated Uataloguo. WJNCHESTEf? REPEATING ARMS CO., flew Havon, ." 1 M HI JL A 11 s ' MMttiwiMBiisww'annpaBnBMarggFaTiir xmfcgwMu.iiw m dwB mm " MT. Vernon Signal Mt. Visunon. Ky., Sui'T. Cntcrrdnt the Mt. Vernon, Ky., mall matter. c 17, 1897 at OTie extra yoke of weiph about 2,800. dxen; A. W Sthwart, Wildie, Ky. Mrs. A. Pennington left Wednesday afternoon for Laurel county, to visit her mother. For'SalK --VAi r hi hi him iiiiiiitiiiiiiiiii'itiiiniiii ifiiiiiiiiMi'-- & II llf t ( . "" 4 5 t & N. LOCAL t)ay Mail North t)ay Mail South TIME . CARD. 11:39 a m 2:22 p m Night Ex. North Night Ex. South J. . 2:12am 1:09 a in Our subscribers who owe us on subscription pleafc call and settle while n'. tending court. Dr. Pennington, dentist, will be here' during Circuit Court to practice his profession. 3c j n i: 1' mi tv ftjc THAT THE FACSIMILE SIQNATURE. OF A. Landrum, Agent. A3rl Siiniluy CHURCHES. VNirHtlan pastor. fctlln.in: Holds services 1st etui nt 0:30 i. 111. The "ad" of II. C. Gentry, the pioneer blacksmith and will appear in our next wagon-maker, "'finii mm innxi ulinjii 1T1' & AVegelablcPrcparationfor Assimilating ihcFood and Regulating Hie Stomachs arulBowcls of 11 llcv. I'orrer issue. Call on him during court. Presbyterian Holds services on the Hh Sumlny here, nml on tlio 1st Sunday nt LIv tigiton. I have just reMnwNKRY. ceived a beautiful line of fall and winter sailors and walking hats. Cujo Brown. Give mc call. One cottage of four garden spot, smoke rooms, good house, cellar and well. Situated Digeslion.Chcerful-ncsh oriolesRcst.Contalns neilhcrs and Not Narcotic. Iimpkm Sad' Jlx.Scmia Jimrrmutt -Jji QtrbonaJcSoda flormSctd. -Clmftid 'Juyr UWtrymn tlarvr. OpiumMorphinc nor Mineral. Z&& IS ON THE. . For Salk. Have ofOldDrSAMUELBTCULa WRAPPER? r'vrviT" OF EVERY baptist Church Services on tho Second Sumlny nml Sumlny. Mnturday nifslifc School nt 0 a in every Sumlny. Prayer l, meeting, on Tuesday nights. Rev. J C imstor. Car-tnlcn- near Colle'giate Institute. Liberal terms. Call at Signal office. TO CURE A COLU IN b6ttle for Constipa ' ono-ftz- OB1 I MASONIC. AsVlniilV Lodge. No. CIO meets every Scc end SutUiMny nt 1 . in. ONE DAY. Take Laxative Bromo Quine Tabrefund money if it fails to cure. For sale by M. C.v,& D. N. Williams and Wm Weber druggist. . ts tion, Sour Storoach.Diarrhoca, Worms .Convulsions.Fevcrisiv Tne Simile Signature of Ancrfect nemedv lets. ness and Loss OF SLEEP. tOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. R. G. WILLIAMS. Above is n likeness of R. G. Williams, the Democratic Candidate for County Judge of Rockcastle county. Who. and what kind of a man is he? Is he a fit man to nnnage the affairs of our county? Has administration? he the necessary qualifications to give us a business-lik- e Has he the courage to uphold and enforce the law? Would' lie honor the bench b. giving ex.'ict justice to all alike 'the rich, the? poor, the high, the low? Born and reared in oiir county and having associated with our people, you all know Dick Williams. He is sober. He is honest for a Williams would not know how to be any other way. He is upright in all his dealings; gentleman by birth and by choice; a scholar by application, and a lawyer by nature and by training. lie possesses both heart arid brain, and has ever ' had charity for all and enmity toward none. in active practice for; ovei three years. He Hejias been engaged admires honor and truth in men. and truth, honor and justice in officers. Although, poor himself, having borrowed money to go through school, he has ever beer, the friend and helper of poor and struggling young meii and respected old age and gray hair?, and in turn loved by them. He is a friend ol the colored man as wellas the white; a lrieud to the poor and bends not the suprJliaut knee to the rich. He is a strong advocate of education, and many a time has he raised his ' voice in its behalf. A host of the Republicans in thU county 'have pledged to him their earnest support and the only fault that' aiiy of them can find is, he is Is not a good, sober, and honest Democrat better than a bad Republican bent upon evil? Is not a sober, upright Republican better than a drunken, dishonest Democrat? You men who have fami-lie- s and property, you young men who hppe to have, lav aside blind political prejudice and Vote for the" man who will best serve the county. What will be your course if elected, Vas asked Mr. Williams the . 27-6- 111 Go to W. G. Adams' ,for groceries; , Circuit Court begins here Mon- day.- A black barrow weighing about .joo lbs, Has been on my premises since last spring. No Owtier can recover by marks. proving and paying proper charges. ' W. H. Cdx. ; Cheap. A farm under fine cultivation, good fencing and well watered with a good cottage of four roonis and good outbuildings, barn and graneiy. Price $1,500. Mrs. W. L. Henderson, Estray. y NEW YORK. hTIi'iT H'yJTjif jg"j( 'j IRIB EXACT COPY OP WRAPPER, o bottles only. II Castorla is pat cp in is not cold la bulk. Don't allow aDjono to cell ft yoa anything oho en the jile.i or promise tbat lU is "juit as good" and "will answer every pur3- - Bee that yon get pose" Tit tie- tioih . ySrt-i-Z- u viajj jtr ia lpttaioUl&57vv&r wtf f 7 Get' vottr bacon Adams: - from W. G. For Sale .SouiVanU lunch at w', G. Adams' dtltlng" court. , r)r.' Grant', dentist will be here dtfring Circuit Coitrt. Jiidgc Morrow speaks here on die 26th at i o'clock p. in. Come in dud see mc I want W. G. Adams. your trade. James I. White U. S. Commissioner, has opened his office in the old Joplin Hotel. W. G. Adams has bought the jbrt1 MCaJJ grocery in the base- -' "niut'qr the, brick , hotel ami will continue the business. Ther'Mt. 'Vernon LUuti Company AVIS & SON -- j DEALERS IN- - Jake C.c MulUns, of Peoples, Jackson c6unty, was with us this Come to see us. Will sell you hoiiest goods at fair prices. week.. He is traveling for a VirOUr'mOTToV CASH AND SMALL PROFITS ginia tobacco firm. He Jsays that never asked to be prayed for but Sts,,-- , once' that he regretted, Then he ColT; had to throw rocks at the preacher WT. KY. to get mm 10 cease, anu ruinca ntWaa awhite oak 'tree that the preacher ' General Merchandise: Old Main and hurch VERNON, S mm v , dodged.belnnd.,,- I - are tiow digging a foundation for a niV.ln' and- furnishing' the stone for' ballast to'thejt'ailrbad company. - THANKS. We wish to return our sincere thanks to our many friends 'for their liberal contributions to us in ourmi'sforlunc.They will long be re , ., .CAJRD'-Ol- ' CO-HL- 40 XABUEQBD JVIinutes' Between lrains. SAVE MONEY ON PURCHASES. uM , gentlemanof Crab'Orchard, who other Joseph'Payne'. a clever young day? . paper house of Cfticinuatiwns" here a' few days is'trave.liiig-fof'- a since. M. C. Owelis, aged' 64; has missed only three meals on account of sickness, or aijy s6ri6us misunderstanding with ' neighbors or others. . I Mh and Mrs. W.'H.'Brannauian, Mrs. Mary E. CofTee and ' Misses Fannie, Maty and Atinie Branna-maof Wildie, visited theii aunt, Mrs". Carpenter, 611 Tuesday last. n, People attending Court should go1 to W. G. Adams' in basement of old Joplin Hotel and get their soup, mucli, sandwitches, oysters, ginger ale, &c.' He will'trea't you right. A number of pretty girls, includ "Should I ba sucsessful in this contest, J will have no pets; I at all times try to the best of my ability to decide controversies accords ing to law and justice. I will know no man's politics, or religion, but will give the same law to the humblest colore man that I will to the richest white man in the country, If elected, the County Judge's office will be kept "in decency and in order'. I will at all times endeavor to reduce the expenses of the county and thereby reduce taxaMy motto will be: 'Low taxes-antion. an honest dispensation of justice without .regard to men or party1, We ask the people to compare nt the bar and , iif private life with that of Jris opponent. Whcre'is the man in Rockcastle who would advise his son to follow tht exairiple of .the present County Judge through life? Where is thf father or mother? who would shed a tear over theii son following in the foot prints of R. G. Williams? Voters of Rockcastle, look o the best interest, of your home, your family and couuty, and then walk up like men and 'vote as an honest conscience dictates to you. Select one before whotii all ean get justice. Vote for one wlio will ever be sober and honest oi and off the bench. Vote for one wlio will strive to build up oiu counVy financially, morally and. intellectually. Such a man is plain Dick Williams. his-rccor- d aieoibered by us; and especially 'dp we thank Mr. Neal Parrett for his ' kindntss in taking the subscripwill Yours very truly, tion. ' Hsyerance Offer many advantages to purchasers of Dry Goods, . Samuel Pennington. STAMFORD, Fannie Pennington '?. ky. , , on, 11.,; Clothing, Shoes, -- Hats, Carpcis.&c. Large Stock, ' Irf)w; Prices. s S Polite Attentron? ' Jt o will pay you to see then.' TTV y. . vi Tennessee Cennffial' Exposition NASIIVir. I.K TKNN.' The Bxhtibit of the &?SiviZ7 nncl DURING COURT Get your meals ut-W- Nashville, Chattanooga St. Louis Railway -- , . 1 t . G. Adams Wilson Huff was held In the sum ing" Misses Belle Maret,' Matie of $1000, bond foi the killing of ..41 paid Weber and Brannaman Joseph Singleton. our office a pleasant cail just as ' v. we.,, were going to press last ThursAfter two years trying, T. J day Cress has succeeded In getting pers ,A. J. Fish, town Assessor, has manently located here an agency, had blanks printed and is now for fire insurance for the .Etna ready to begin making assessment Insurance Company, of Haitford. of .town propei ty. He will call on Conn., and E. S. Albright is his the property owtiers in the next assistant. Give them your in stir- few days. ance and be secured from fire. v. We are pained to learn of the basement of Brick Hotel serious ijluess of Bogue Brown , of i Garrard county. As we co to oress we learn of the serious illucss of Judge Lair. He is nqt expected to live. His wife is also seriously ill. H. B ' SPRATT PAINTER s visit to a who is on a son in Indiana. Mrs. II. says this is tlietirst letter sue ever receiveu 4 his hands since their J W. James, of Crab orchard, a liace thirty years ago and she was throughout the man as pleased as a young girt receiving mouutains, has our thanks for I.. .... nui moi ?itirtotlinfirf a iciier num 1.. Afcf i,n.Uii..... courtesies in tha iy of conveyMr. Houk is greatly enjoying fiis ance to various points of interest visit. His business has always, re- in and around Crab Orchard; the !lt :..1 f.i ranifliiunir "" IthlllO- ntlH springs therein and in the surround- quucii ji3 away long ing country. Mr. James is a gen- never before .been enough to require hisAvriting a lettleman" of "anagosity,'' as brother He will - return ter to his'wife. WaUon would say, and one who next week. stands by his lrieuds.seven-weekmar-'turewell-know- Citizens should not throw trash. ortpld papers into the streets as it costs the ro?(i money to remove it besides its unsightly and there is no excuse for it except carelessness or meanness. n Mrs. James Houk received a, letter last week from her husbaiid, -- ,m'"ft - ' and PAPER HANGER of tember, ,1897, between the hours Wit Vernon, Ky 0t o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock p. 111. at public out-crat mv residence at rcusonabli ope and one-hamiles east of Mt Best work Vernon, offer for sale to the high prices Consult mo for esti est bidder, the following described property Six head of mates on work, t horses. ;' milch cows. a. calves. ,Lout 20 hogs, farming- implements and house-holand kitchen furiii-fro'- n Also will sell my farm, con.' iistinor of about mo acres nf fiim farmiH'g land, good dwelling house' F. FRANCISCO, Propr. . r o r iour rooms, iwo porcnes, goop Located at the ouj, buildings, barn and grauriy. vr Ky. x'lie farni'.fs well watered. . .f C,l. ....... L.'J"P . '"Good T All x ci nia vi vjuic. Llucrv Attached. iu uiuuuui ui aud under, cash in hand. Over that,!' .. i all Trains, Tw nnrl 'NiVlir. Meet ... . 'T amount) note with approved, traveling Men and Railroad -.-! ' '" clirity. t men Solicited. Will fur" ' MriS. W, L. IlnKDKSlSOK i nish lunches on all Trains. I willou the 24th day of Sep Trains leave the Union Depot Nashville, Every Fifteen Minutes for the Centenial Terminal Station. The Quickest'and Best Route Fare, Five Cents. ,At the Terminal Station in the Centennial Grounds is one of tnol most interesting, instructive, and costly displays at the Expo-sitioand should be seen by every visitor. consists of an artistically ' arranged disIt play of agricultural products', minerals, tiinbqi;s, valuablo relics, "curiosities, etc., collected from points along the lino traveled by tliis road, which lVenetratcs' the'1 most leruio ami picuuesijuu puimiia " mu South. n, BSTDON'T FAIL TO 'SEl':"lT-3- a lt to-wit- .1 - d Hotel Frith. Depotgow -'-- We have movedy our stock of i MOVED. m WlDLrS GRIFFIN it 1 .i , UNDERTAKER. .- mil-liner- Uk. jMMitflifliMChJifr.v . and furni" To our new cottage adjoining the Presbyterian church. Call and Kept . i ij Brodliead, ture ' FiNE COFINS i- )J-- "- ,J ... ..!! see us. MRS. S. C. FRANKLIN & CO., Mt Vernon, Ky. ht)ea cloth, covered draped enskets, roliui, linen ltosJraa IV nil (oilnis. All order by telegraph n)l.) ntlo.cNil loi'ny and niijlit. In all sffH ond illflorent -' m; Si,' it. w www wi ngMfc. fw wmmmm w 1w STRIKE ii A TORNADO Ai- - Sl feu ,r ;. ( t i n l5' p. , V; t ' A Mcthoillcnt Man. ENDED, MES. A MOTHER'S EFJF0RT. Just ns Wiggins was ready to leave home rasses Over tho I.tltlo Cltyjnt Tort Arthur Times-Heralmorning to go down to his oilice, of August the other The Cliicngo nnd Snhlno 1'iim, Tex.-l.o- " ut l.lfo nnd his wife said to him: 12. the new 27 says tli.it on September So Far as Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana About Ohango of Llfo. Destruction of Property. "John, 1 wish you would stop at Illank & A Mother Seen Her DntiKlitcr Inn Pititrnllic alliance between the Chicago, Jill and West Virginia are Concerned. Poht AnTHOii, Tex.', Sept. M. A Co.'s department store and havo them to wnukee & St. l'aul railway and the Chicago, ful Condition, Hut MunatccH to send mc up three yards of good3 to match terrible in its velocity, .struck this Hock Island & Pacific railway goes into efItcsoue Her. "I suffered for eight years and could this sample." fect, and on that date the former will iend Kesolullons Adopted Accepting - little city at an early hour Sunday eventho Sixty"All right," said Wiggins, reaching for find no permanent relief until onoycar its first Denver sleeper out of Chicago. Ibis ing. Soven people are known to havo Ave Cent Compromise Ten Days Is tho tho sample. "How much will it cost? will be attached to its regular night train for ago. My trouble was Chango of Life. From tho Now Ura, Grocnsborg, Ind. Time Provided for Bllncrs to Itcsmuo been killed while many others wero "I don't remember exactly," replied his I tried Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vcgotablo Omaha, and will be delivered there to thej The St. Paul correspondent for tho New wife. "It's 35 or 40 cents a yard." AVork Illinois Miners to Convene. injured. ltock Island. On October 2 the tourist car Kra recently had item retarding the case "Hut I must know the exact cost," ho Compound, nnd relief camo almost imloule over these two lines, the Colorado Many buildings were blown down, of Mubcl Stevens,anwho hail just 'recovered In I Midland and Southern Pacific, will be Columbus, 0M Sept 13. The great including the railroad roundhouse, from a serious illness of rheumatism and persisted, "or I can't stop for it. to am of-a mediately. I havo taken two bottles ol rush this morning to get down the Tourist cars will be run once a tho Vcgotablo Com miners' strike which was declared on where Mny Ainsworth was killed; tho nervous trouble, nnd was able to be out for fice." week between Chicago and San Francisco, pound, thrca difference docs It make," route July 4, was brought to an end Satur- Natntorluin, the Hank building, Town-sit- e the first time in thicc months. The letter "Hut what l'or further details regarding this new case and her asked Mrs. Wiggins, "about knowing the boxes of Pilb' Co.'s barns, Hotel Ilayilen. Strong stated that it was a very bad to call on or addiess Geo. II. llealtord, General day evening, so far, at least, as western neighrecovery was such a surprise the cost of the goods to the penny! Passenger and Ticket Agent, C, M. & St. P. Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and West and Leagues and havo also building,, shifted oir bors that it ciented considerable gOBsip. "A whole heap of difference," snapped lty., 41U Old Colony Huilding, Chicago, 111. used tho Sana- Hclng anxious tu learn the absolute facts Wiggins. "It will save my losing a couple Viginianre concerned, by the action of foundations; Hrennnn building, Colo-nad- c tivo Wash, hotel, Spencc and Lyons build- in the cast:, a kiicrial .reporter was sent to of hours waiting for my change." Ohio the interstate convention of miners, AVordw. Vcli.ier'n have a lull: with the girl and her parents. and must Webster's last words were: "I still live." which has been in session here since ings, C. .1. Millers grocerystore, sever- They were not at home, however, being some otatc journal. A teacher in one of the Kast side schools say, 1 liavo al barns, Kanady's saloon, the Herald distanre away. A message was sent to Mr. Wednesday. Home Seekers' Excursions. had been leading anecdotes of the great never had After a day of voting and wrangling, oillcc, Alfred Wolfs saloon, the Hays Stevens, asking him to write up a full his lexicographer to her pupils, and the next nnd Via "Big Four Route" Sept. few days ago anything the convention adopted aresolation ac- building and M. M. Zollinskl's grocery. tory of the case, and a received fioin the folday, catechising them on what shojiad read, at one fare plus $2.00 for the round trip Mrs. Several residences suffered severely, lowing letter was help so cepting the proposition of the Pittsblic asked: to specified points in Alabama, Arizona, Stevens: "What were Webster's last words?" Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Inmuch, I burgh operators. The vote was that of Dr. A. W. Harrachiuh, being " ST. PAUL, IND., Jan. 20, 1807. k rt vsSSSMr' ii There was deep silence, and she repeated 495 for and 317 dian Territory, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, against accept- carried across the street. Many out- "Editors New Kra, (jrccntiburg, Ind. liavo better health Missouri, the question. Finally a little fellow with a Ixmisiana, "DEAU SIHS: i'our kind letter received Nebraska. Minnesota, Mississippi, nnd South ing the terms of settlement. buildings were completely blown away, than I ever had in squint in his left eye held up his hand. New Mexico, Nortli 1 am glad to have the opnuitunity to "Well, Mulvnncy," said the teacher, kind- Eleven votes were not cast. Tho from early morning tho sky was and jou about the sickness and iccovery of Dakota, Nortli and South Carolina, Okla- my life. I feci llko a now person, pertell ly, "do you know delegates from Illinois, who had 230 threatening and a stiff galo blew. No Mabel. newspaper homa, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, fectly strong. I give tho Compound want "Ycssum," said Mulvanoy. confidently, votes, were unanimously ngainst a set- rain of consequence fell until four p. notoriety,We don'tcase like any where a lew Wisconsin and Wyoming. this hut in n For tickets and full information call on all tho credit. 1 liavo recommended it "lie said '1 ain't dead yet.' " N. Y. World. tlement. Indiana and West Virginia in., nnd then it was accompanied by a words of what 1 havo to say may mean reany ticket agent of the Hig Four Hoatc, or to several of my friends who nro using voted solidly to accept the operators' heavy wind that increased in intensity covery for sonic child, I feci it my duty to address E. O. McCormick, Pass. Traffic Mgr., it with llko results. It has cured mo SlinUc Into Your Shoes. tell you of hertase. Allen's Foot-Easa nowder for the feet. proposition, but there were scattering until it reached the enormous velocity "Two yeais ago this winter Mnbel began or Warren J. Lynch, Ass. Gen. Pass, ct'lkt. of several female diseases. I would not It cures painful, swollen, smarting feet and votes among the Ohio and Pittsburgh of 80 miles an hour. Every .building in complaining of pains in her limbs, princi- Agt., Cincinnati, O. do without Mrs. I'lnkhara's remedies the town Is of frame construction, ex- pally in her lower limbs. She was going to instantly takes the sting out of corns and delegates against it. is the degorce of The measure of bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery brick, the Port Arthur Hank- school, ami had to walk about three quar- skill attained in manhood of carrying one's for anything. Thcro is no need of eo While ten days is provided for tho cept oho the art remedies makes tight day, going tiuougli all of the aire. Allen s Foot-Eastets is probable ing Co.'s building, tho far cmliind roof kinds of a nulo each She was tliiitccn years self so ns to pour forth upon men all the much femalo suffering. Her ov new shoes feel easy. It is a certain euro miners to resume work, it of rather. Kbinkii, inspirations of love nnd hope, nnd to invoke nro a sure euro." Mns. many of the Ohio and Pittsburgh mines of which was blown away. old and doing to well in hrr studies that I for sweating, calloui, hot, tired,, acinus feet. The bodies of the victims liavo been disliked to take her ft out school, but wchad good even from the meanest nnd wickedest Knightstown, Ucnry Co., Ind. Sold by all druggists and shoo will be reopened Monday. The convenTry it of mankind. W. D. Hillis. stores, 2jc. Tiial package, FltKli. Writoto tion adopted resolution s indorsing the sent to Iteaumout for Interment, no to tlo it. Allen S. Olmsted, Lelloy, N. Y. "l'or several months she wns confined to cemetery having as yet' been starred action of the national executive board "What is the age of chivalry, Aunt Penelthe house, and she gtcv pale nnd dwindled Why have more in recommending a settlement on the here. down to almost nothing, licr legs and arms ope?" "Those good old times when men An Export. There wero many acts of bravery and were drawn u nnd her appearance was fell in love with women over forty." terms proposed. "Dnnmore I'm surnriscd that vou call What The Illinois miners will be railed in the suspense, during tho s'uverlty o' tho fiitiful. Several doctors had attended her, Flablcr nn exncit accountant. seemed that none of them did her ground is tliero for paying him such a com' convention at Springfield, September storm was terrible. .", Tiso s Cure cured mo of a Throat nnd good. advised us nlimcnt? Advices from Winnie, Tex.says that any springs, Theytimes v. ere soto take her to Lung trouble of three years' standing. E. 19, to determine what shall be done in but the hard wc could Didmorc He's just got away with $100,000 that slate. Some of the Illinois dele- nearly all of the houses th.Grc.hnvc been not nlToul it, although wc finally managed Cady, Huntington, Ind., Nov. 12, 1801. Organs been sold than ot ins employer s money. itoxuuryuazette, to get her to the Martinsville baths. Here gates are very bitter In their denuncia- blown down antl torn away. ' Hoarding-SchooTeacher kind? Because, "And now, any At Webb all of tho barns mid one she grew suddenly weaker, nnd it seemed Edith, tell l mo CHEAP EXCURsT6nRATE3 WEST tion of the netion of tho convention, tho plural of baby." Edith that she could not stand it, but she became since they claim their Interests have house were demolished and, st.ittered better, nnd it seemed that she was being (promptly) "Twins." although higher in price, Vln IIurlliiKlliiRton Itonte. over the country. bcnrlitcd, but she suddenly grew worse, and not been given due consideration. gives far One fare plus $2.00 for the round trip to Kd Kirsclnier, a prominent utizen, wc had to bring her home. IlnU'M Cntnrrh Cure A resolution was adopted denouncNebraska, Kansas, St. Paul, Minneapolis, "She liugcied along, value than any other. ing the netion of the deputies in firing was on a Oulf and Interstate ru troad came woise again, antl nnd last winter be-a Is taken internally. 1'rico 70c. portions of Iowa, ColBlack Hills, certain wns orado and Utnli Sopteuibcr7th,21st. Octointo the crowd of striking miners ut train on his way to Heaiunont when nervous trouble almost like nlllictcd with the St. Vitus' Write far Illuitrated Catalogue with prlcci, I Many woman can do exquisite ember 6th and 19th Ask your ticket agont for Hazelton, Pa. the storm struck this .section. very dance. For some time wc thought she would broidery, abut to utey Urgjn tympany, uratucuoro, vt. additional information. L. V. Wakei.bt, one on the train thought wc vo'tiM be die, nud the physicians gave her up. When ton Democrat. can't darn a sock. WashingGeneral Passonger Agent, St. Louis, Mn FREIGHT TRAIN WRECKED. blown from the track," he said M 'inlay she was at her worst n neighbor came in Williams' Pink Pills for Husband (groaning) "The rheumatism Seven Men Killed, Six Injured, Two of night, "it was pitch dark and Mining with n box of Dr.wanted us to Prf-' Pale People and try them ns in iny legs is coming again." Wife (with on the Iron and the wind was blowing like it never they were advertised to be good for such Whom Will Die Disaster CRT Tni5 OnNCINB AUTICLK! sympathy) I "Oh, I'm sorry, John! x i blew before." cacn, nnd her ilaupblcr had used them for Mountain Koail. wanted to do some shopping and nervousness with siu h good results that sho A special Mkmpiiis, Tenn., Sept. 13. It is known that much destru. lion that is n sure sign of rain. they from Van was wrought at Sabine Pass, with irob-abl- e thought tried might hcln Mabel. box helped to the Commercial-Appea- l The first c loss of lifivlOverything poibln licr some, andthem. she had taken throe Fits stopped free and permanently cured. Uuren, Ark., says: A most disastrous alter N'o fits alter first day's use ot Dr. Kline's freight wreck occurred on the Iron is being done ti establish commu d caboxes she was nblc lo sit up in bed. When Great Ncrvo Hcstorer. Free $2 trial bottle & Mountain road at Hanson, I. T., a small tion with that place. she had finished n half dozen boxes she was treatise. ur. Kline, U33 .Arch st., rinla., ra. station 20 miles west of Vnn Huron, at Later The following telegram has able to be out nnd about. She has taken about nine boxes altogether now, nnd she is liitress "What in the world arc you 2 o'clock, resulting in the death of sev- - just. Ivcn received from Mr, Ivlrit liner os well ns ever, nnd going to school every puting ashes on the floor for. Hrideet?" en men and the serious injury of six ut. Iti'immont. day, having started in again three weeks "Shine, ma'am, an' didn't yez saytodoost others, two of whom will die. "The relief train has just relumed ago. Her euro was undoubtedly due to the parlor?" Hrooklyn Life. Of tho wounded it is thought that frohi Sabine Prss. It could not get these pills." Coats Jtcsa than ONE CUNT a cap. (Signed) MHS. AMANDA STEVENS." miles from S.inino two will die, as they suitercd internal nearer than Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for To Cnre n Colli lu One Day, People Be sure that tho package bears our Trade-Marreported that the ne.w t.wn contain, in n condensed form, Pale the elePass. It is nil Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. AH injuries. All of the dead and wounded Nothing lu sinl ments necessary to give new life nnd richdruggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c. were sent to "Vian, with the exception is completely g.one. h'rom ivpm'ts ness to the blood and restore shattered Walton's body, it being brought to from the old' town'. & nervcs. They are nn unfailing specific for Limited, A woman should never accept a lover this place, where he has relatives things look bud then." such diseases ns locomotor ntnxia, partial consent of her heart, nor a bus-- without the (If the disaster at Sabino Pa,ss,wlii-men None of the train paralysis, St. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neuralband without the consent of her judgment. living. (Established 1780.) Dorchester Aass. wrecucu were The . Irani is the "opposition" town .to Port r- - gia, lheutnatism, nervous headache, the hurt. Ninon de l'Encloav Tn.tr Muk. was a local freight. No. 45, from tliur. the Pittsbupg and Gulf St.it.- - after effect of la grippe, palpitation of tho ;i! - sv heart, pale nnd yallow complexions, all forms to Vnn Huron. meiit. Coirecsville, Kan., of weakness The 'At Sabine "'Pass the. .loss is .mo pilbi aro sold in either male or female. sent I While the train was running at a speed I I Over-WoA by all dealers, or will be 20 miles an hour, tho forward trucks schooner. frinj.tugM. many bulldin s, post paid on receipt of price, CO cents a bor. of I I i In Maintaining Good Health Is Pure, Rich, of one of the ears near the engine ten or inoif'ivoplo drowned, .inqludlin, or six boxes 1(1 Dr." IMn nfirf tt tfi fifim.in fwftr ror'illvM mt Itl'LLik ffin 4fi tvr1 T fA .i.ftril rm.f ,ic iiV In Nourishing Blood. broke, wrecking 15 ears loaded with, !.rr-!ffllWilliams' .Medicine Co., Schenectady, N, Y. :tlierclS s!. frut o'f water in Hahlnk ("itV .' after load Is imposed until at Lut the intestines become cioggcd,refu$c to act, worn I Tlio mood riirinnft nnuriRlimpnt un.!3T"C3rt.'cptIon of two ears in front and President A. K StiltwelLoCtlic pjt'ts-burg- h nature, uo it. ana sec now cosily you will ce out. i nen you must in HclRlit of Impropriety. ind inuscios. It must bo made rich and three cars in the rear including the ,t( Jul Olondnv night wired his "Do jou know," said the girl in blue. " jmro if you, would liavo strong nerves, caboose, every car of the 20 composing representatives at Port Arthur tint tho wlulq wc Mere sitting in Hie liammoclc, ami good digestion, sound sleep, or it you the train was ditched. In the middlo company uonld subscribe 10,000 to re- just at I thought he was about to propose, a Cured by would be lid of that tired feeling', thoso of the train was a car loaded pair the damage to homes In Port garter sn.ikti suddenly appeared." disagreeable, pimples, eczema, or scrofula. "IJ.iw indelicate!" returned the girl in heavy with machinery and it Arthur, and would arrange Tuesday Upink Chicttgo Post. .No uiedlciuo Is equal to Hood's Sarsapa-rilh- i for purifying tho blood. It is amedl-cln- o was in this car that 13 men were steal- for the expenditure of the money. Tho (irtmn OiitriiKCH of genuine merit and will do you ing a ride, and from which seven dead finmnge to me pier will be repaired at wonderful good. Up:n the stomach and bowels arc perpeTry It now. and six seriously wounded were taken once. . Not a violent mass of mercurial and mineral poisons, but a PURE VEGETA- - I . . ,i . . i. ....r i. trated by multitude of injudicious people by tho trainmen shortly afterward. It wAi.rr.niua, a ex., Bent. 11. At n auc lAjmruursu, mat acts airecuy upon we diseased and worn out intestinal i 1 1c are the only pills to who, uon c.ipcticncing the annoyance of 1 UMJU canal, makes it strong, and restores muscular action, at the same time gently J '"SwlthIl0OcV8S rs.ip.irUU. appears that the occupants of the early hour Monday inpniing the win; constipation in a slight decree, infiltrate wrecked car were a party of men and in tiaive.stun gained a v.loeity of stimulatingthe liver and kidneys. Not a patent litjuid or dose, out a their bowels with drenching evneuants, LADIES ( U1W, boys living at Vian, I. T., who were miles an hour. Ships, hal been fo kWl4 A hich enfeeble tho intestinal membrane to fJlCldUUl U tUl, U3y U11U UCJ11IUU1 111 UbllUU. DON'T LIK. coining to Van Huron to ilnd em- waructi ot Hie expected storm nrfd n serious extent, sometimes, even, superThey are indeed ployment cotton in the fields. things along tho dock were in goad inducing dysentery or piles. llostetlcr's ALI, DIUJQQISTO. 10c, 20c. 60c Stomach Hitters is the tmctmcccduiicum for ! When tho machinery car left the shape. A few small skiffs vt ere Mink these nostrums, since it is at once invigoratMalvorn,Atk.,sars: liavo rails it fell on its side, nearly antl two barges were driven asliiuon ing, gentle and effectual. It also banishes llfccJ Dr. 31. A.Simmon all of the men being caught by the the fiats west of tho wharves They dyspepsia, malarial complaints, ilicumatism Liver Medicine 10 years, and find it a groat deaf heavy beams. A car of logs was piled were pulled off by a tug. 'I In- pnly and kidney tioublcs. better than "ZclIIn's Dn top of the one in which the men building to suffer wns the Olyinpiatho Itegulator" and "U lack The Alternative. Draught." It lias been of were riding, nnd that any of them es the big pavilion at the (iulf ship T,wo Customer Chalk down that shave; I'm great benefit to my Daughcaped instant death is but little short sections of the circular roof were car- urosc. WBTH ter and Nleco during their monthly troubles for Obof a miracle. A message wns sent to ried away. H.irbcr We don't trust. If you can't 4tJm,4j2k. structed menstruation. raise ten cents raise whiskers. Judge. AT BILOXI, MISS., MjiTJrt'i!T,lere should bo no homo Trainmaster Walsh at this place by the train crew, and he immediately order tsO&2 Without It. i Ilcnl Host nnil Comfort. s Yollow Focr, Condition of 'Aed out a wrecking crew, nnd Tfto Torn of Ofe. There is a powder to be shaken into tho ttain l Not Mntrrliilly Clmiigril. j " d Division with roadmaster 'Xho tuo menses nsnally 66' ulonot invented by Hll.oxi, Miss., Sept. U. 1IU, con.' shoes cnllcd Allen's Foot-Easenrs between tho ages of forty and 11117. went to the scene of the wreck, Allen S. Olmsted, Lelioy, N. Y., which Great irregularity takes plnco In the periodic dition of affairs as regards the nnd shoe dealers say is the best druggists taking with them Dr. Dibrell, the comdischarges for come time beforo the) final cessation, tho female usually experiencing pany's local surgeon at this place. Tho not materially changed from the former thing they havo ever noli! to cure swollen, eadden flashes of beat, fullness in tho head, report. Most of thoso sick are improv- burning and tentler or aching feet. Some LOW lirst thing done was to extricate tho headache and other evidences of constitudealers claim Hint it makes tight or new tional disturbance. 'Xho nervous syBtcra dead and wounded, and on account of ing rapidly. The conditions of all nro shoes feel easy. It certainly will cure corns Late Rympnthctlcallyresponds.and thcro Is great Sunday evening and bunions nnd relieve instantly sweating, the heavy logs and machinery under favorable. TO irritability and melancholy, tho patient 13 which they were buried tho task was a there were reported two new mscs hot or smarting feet. It costs only a quardlscourored and has a sensoof fullnessor in the Desporte family, living nn Oak ter, nnd the inventor will send a sample suffocation. laborous one and it was several hours At no time In her life docs a woman need to any address. before the last of tho bodies was re- street, out near the Point This free mora constant caro and watchful tender-nes- s, makes four eases In that fnmlh Quo nor has moro need for a remodyto moved from the wreck. THE MARKETS. invigorate and strengthen her. The bowcl3 Kansas Citv, Mo., Sept. 13. A special new case was reported Sunday b- IJr. Should bo kept regular with Dr. SI. A. Slm Haralson. Dr. Taekett reported Sun-dn- y inona LlvcrMcdlclno.and It Ur. Simmons) to tho Times from Hanburn, Ark,, Cincinnati, Sept. 14. Sqttnw Vino Wlno Is used timing tho wholo three new cases. Dr. Taekett kind- LIVH STOCK-Cat- tlc, 2 10 common 2 25 ENDYOUR NAME: ON A POSTAL rjRD says many sad scenes were enacted at of this critical period, it will Invigorate and 8 K it 10 ly showed your correspondent his list Select butehcis.. AND WE WILL SEND YOU OUR 136 RG& enrich her blood, sootbo and strengthen hor Hanson. Vnlr of patients nnd has on same H cases of OALVKSCommon to fc'ood light. . ! M) it 0!10 and thus relievo tho eudcrlng and xicrres I ILLUSTRATED WALOOUE FREE 3 One of the dead, whoso name is unHOOS s. enable her to pass safoly through tho 4 15 4 i!5 Mixed packers known, was found with his head fever, nine of which he diagnosis ns prolong her II f o and afford licr StfCDgUk yTnchot Repeating 4 25 4 W Co. shippers I.lsht and Joy in her declining years. smashed to a pulp botween the heavy yellow fever, and this is coucuriviVin siinur-ciiol- co 300 gh'iM ACCOUNT ISO WINCHESTER AVE , HCW IlAVtH, OWN, by Dr. (hint, who had just mild, tho T.AMHS-(Jno(- lto f choice H ft 10 logs, his brains oozing out. Others 3 70 H I IXOUK Wlnlcr family rounds with him.- - Dr. (hint fi,,.i. were crushed and mangled in a horon w , UUATN Wheat-N- o. 2icd Ul No. .1 red rible manner. Two of the dead were says the evidences of yellow fever aro I'ine uiutr, ahc, writes; at :m 2 mixed as clear nnd distinct in the Ilosargo Corn No. brought here, William and Charles IJr. M. A. SlmmonsI.iter &l 'MVt Oats No. 2 w tra Fame. Will was found on ona side of family as he has ever been in iui case. Mcdlclno has been a God Itjo No. 2 The state board of health has been iii HAY Prime to choice send to mysolf and family the track and Charles on the other, M II 37V4 - Mess poi lc 1'ltO VISIONSfor SO years. It cures Chills tin i tt both crushed almost out of semblance session here to arrange for the quarLard l'rlmc slcatn ONE DOLLAR FOR FOUR. III f.fl ,. Tickets ox Sai.k: dairy antine and to provide a county health HUTTEIt-ChoI- ce mid Rovers, Bilious Fov to human beings. n in Pi lmo to choice creamery. . Rend plainly written, bf card or letter org, Sick Ilortdacho. I officer, Dr. Holton, tho present nfllcer, 25 (it, 1 75 September 2iHt, AT'PMIS Pur bbl f'uiir name, (not mare) of young think thcro Is no comnarl. 1 IH) being sick nnd unable to act. Dr Hunker Ilcnhnm Must Die. vjt - vu hhl rOTATOnS-I'- cr tmn3iuo.il iiKoij to ua interested In tuo host OctolJt-- r 5tli nnd xgtli. vy Im. son botween it and "Black: Al V weekly family tinner nnblltbcd nnd recelvo N. Y., Sept. 13. Howard C. Harry, of Mississippi Cltj wns elected YOltIC Hatavia, NCW j wrought" nnd "Zoilia'a YOUTH AND HOME SSfV.P'S'.VYj 6 3j a, n m Por tickets and full information call on any PLOUn Winter patent Henham, the convicted wife murderer, to the position. 'Liver Regulator." ctifth for rncli name nddcrt to our subrcrlp un i vir, ticket agent ot tho Big Four Route, or address No. 2 red was sentenced to bo electrocuted durncK uuiiiiBiuov.u, tho eiE nnmci io insure , One Cne or Yellow .luck In Molillc. Fullness of Blood.In Head. No. 2 mixed COKN rot. No cnnvnuMnjr, E. O. MCCOIIMICK, WARREN, J. LYNCH. oh tm returns. Wo do .i.. ing tho week commencing November 1, Whcro thcro Is great determination ot Moim,i:, Ala., Sept. 14. The board itvn Pass. Truf. Mgr. Asst. Gen. Pass. &1kU Agt. blood tothohoad, tho ;"?? r? ot tho at Auburn prison. ? of health met Monday and on adjourn- l'O ew 0 10 Cf. Moss brain becomo greatly congested, and tbero CINCINNATI, O. tC I W crn ment Dr. George A. Ketchuin, its presexists flushed faco, giddiness, especially on .Senator Stephen White Hi. etooplng, and throbbing pain in the head. C11IGACO. ident, authorized the statement that ICFMT-- Q Increased by movement. It mar bo caused 5 10 Oi 5 20 Los Anoklks, Cal., Sept. 13. United one eaie of yellow fever had .. PLOOH Winter by living too freely; too late rising in tho developed GKAIN Wheat lMtrnlf. . No. 1 ted. nch io (IKXEItAL HOliACU POUTKIl'S NEW BOOK, States Senator Stephen White is con- Monday morning at the city hospital morning, combined with an inactive life. Kill on in No. 2 Chicago spriiiir Menstrual derangements In females will 2ii 6t :) fined at his homo with a sudden uttack The patient is a Norwegian COKN-- Nc, 2 often occasion it. Dr. Simmons Squaw sailor. No' OATS No. llliiM Krery bomoteeker should address eltber J. K. of pleurisy. Vino iviuo is especially mado for this, and history of the infection yet. 8 25 MB ;to "V I'OltlC-M- csa ilEItltV. A. O. 1'. A., Manchester. la.i W. A. It cures. 6C 4 47 '4 LAltU-atc- um KRI.MND, A. O. P. A.. Louisville, Ky., or 8. O. The Capture of Victoria de I.in Tunas. Tho ,Vcw (JunlioutH. HALTlMOItE, HATCH. D. P. A., Cincinnati. O., fora frco copy of MUifl. UUAIfT B mX(0IRS. A flrltrla.nl honV. RARV TH 4 K5 ft) S 2.1 PLOCK-Pam- lly tbo ILLINOIS onNTBAI. ICAIMtOAIt'H ftlADmi), Sept. "12 Tho official San Fiiancisco, Sept. H.- -o i:j( 'Uimra territory. Liberal SHMRQluW WedW! Wl ,.. 2 houthkk.v iio.ui:mi:eii:kh' ociiik. HKI.L. l.tfil'Vlll uu S3 East lltli discounts. Address from Havana detailing tho loss of nesday the gunboats Wheeling Street. New York. lliu -- Wheat.. I W Southern ll U :i5W tho Victoria do las Tunas says: "Tho Marietta will come down from i,nd U . NOTICE Corn Mlxeil Off YOUR ROOF LEAK? Can bo mntlo working DOES th 214 O.iti Nn. 2 white. ........ RA1US IKr7j LABEL garrison of Victoria, do las Tunas con- Island and anchor in the stream. After t nn If an old. leaking tin. Iron or steel roof, paint with Al ltvo No. 2fltcrn,,. .... for ii. Parties preferred who ANDUET -. ...... .v sisted of 350 men, of whom 325 were tho. taking in of the balance 25 121) (iC CATTLE-PI- rst - I. - .,. len's AutMtuit Paint. One coat cuourIii costs little; their" 'IIOQS Wtfntcrn nuulltv vvjuiuiil. ins uuimess. npare nours. THEGENUINE 5 10 W lasts Ionic. No skill required. Stops Leaks aad thou(th,jiiT ke prolltably employed, flood oprninin Tho place capit- supplies tho Wheeling will of tick in the hospital. fn fiolonji tat lift of an oil Roof. Wllte fur evldeace. rortowtr-Anstart city worl nswell as country rlUtrlrts. INDIANAl'OUS. ulated after a heroic defense. The Ahibkan waters and the Marietta for Aitnts Wanted. T. F. Allen 413 Vine it.,Clnclnnstl, O. I. K. Ulr'KOItt). llthonn auin atreets, itlcilMONI), Viu Nn, will 2...., commandant, with three olllccrs and go to tho Chinese station. prr uipu nJIoxIlY."f'l1o","",,,w"t,,." Coiri No. 2 mixed.... NEW DISCOVEHYi The clres I'.l', Utl illlny HIGtlimr:(0.,5l5 Urosd.ay, X r.rk. J5 men, marched out taking with them vessel will be used principals latter Oats No. 3 mixed Quick relief and cures wont on th'.l cases. RXfJ furluink of ta.tlmnnla.lt mri 1 .. .(.-- , tho sick and wounded. Tho insurgents rivers of China, will?, tho louisvilli:. 3 ?5 Cb 4 00 Wheeling 4PJ.OIJ!l-Wiii- tcr treat lyintfroo. pr.il. II. UBlii'8 80S3, autiu,ta. patent, MOCK, COAI, IIAY, CHAIN RIICCAI fl U V fired a eanuon at tho hospital, although U7 (' i1Ti,pa,tr2l ?"ty in 1!ohrinff tJHAIN WhLMit No. 2 rciJ... AND COTTON SCALES. BUrTMLUin.n tho flag of tho lied Cross society was CUHiS WHtKl All Hot Alls. IjJ A. W. HWE ,.i:ovn-Mulhc U H.'tJ 1674 steamer Marion1 IS Best Cough Byrup. 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