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JL ; " I 21 f,t ii ii ii ii ii 7lSl92Q2i2223': i24 A '' 25 26 27 28 29 30 ... . : 31 CURRENT TOPICS. Uobton negro voters have organized. Duiilik, Ireland, lias 10,000 unionists. DKTitoir lias a cignr fac- tory. IJoston lias a Chinese laundrymen's union. Tiik bubonic plague is again spreading In India. C'i.kvkland'8 city clerk wants to tax elairvoynnts. IIki.fabt (Ireland) engineers won tho ulght-hou- r day. 'Tub gold finds In Whatcom county, Wuhli,, arc reported as very rich. Tiik Union Veteran legion adopted n resolution calling for more p.imicm legislation. 'Kkaiily one thousand barrels of sugar cane have been raised on Tcnnes-- . bee's state farm. English employers arc importing engineers from Germany to take tho places of strikers. Tin: Natchez (Miss.) board of health has interdicted tho sale or receipt of New Orleans newspapers. Tiik law of Tennessee is to be tested in the federal courts by tho American Tobacco Co. Tiik United Ktntes consul at Odessa reports thot the failure of grain crops in Kussia covers an extensive area. Tin: Muscinns' union claims that n men were employed In one of the bands on Labor day at Milwaukee. Tiik great Ottoman umpire, which ut one time threatened the civilized world, spning-frou band of 100 wandnrluir. anti-cigaretnon-uniom the weight of the Greenland whale Is own nana. 100 tons, or pounds, or equal to An explosion of n nteam launch near that of 88 elephants or 440 bears. llangkok resulted In tho drowning of (Jiikat ItuiTAi.v has notified the btate ten "person and tho fatal Injury of six, department that it will not participate including Prince Clinlrat and wife, who In the seal conference at Washington died next day. This prince was closely if llussia and Japan take part in it. related to tho King of Slum. A AccoiimxG"to NllssonHlUTzooIoffl&t. Victoria brings news of the most disTln(r astrous floods that have visited China Fifth Child Son nml tho Sixth Victim Sick An Older llecame Alarmed Over for many years. Sixty villages near n Itemark Made, by the Mother and Tung Chou, containing over 80,000 InT.eft the llrealtfnut Table. habitants, linvo been destioyod by floods and tho people drowned or forced Omaha, Neb., Oct 4.A special to to flee. Schuyler, Neb.( Bays: lj no means of finding out how tho Ueo from There During Sunday forenoon Frank many thousands have been drowned, Stchiad came hastily In from Shell but the number Is estimated by Chinese Creek precinct, nine miles northeast, authorities at 15,000 to 20,000. to summon a physician to the home of The flooded district is within 12 miles Frank Dlvls, where ho said the wjjglo of l'cklu, the capital of China. As a family had been poisoned. Dr. Sixta rule Chinese oflelals make very little hastened out and found four of llie stir when a calamity like this happens, seven children in tho family and tliTiir but the proximity of tho disaster has mother dead, a fifth child In a resulted In its being brought to the at- dying condition, and a sixth victention of tho emperor, who has or- tim .sick. Mis Dlvls and his oldest dered that all possible relief be given. son went away early in tho morningVL Survivors from the villages nearest 01 icuviug ueioro me Pckln have been allowed such shelter breakfasted. When rest mealme luuiiy. was pre' tho as they can find In the city walls, but pared all sat down nnd early in tin thousands aro without protection course of tho meal Mrs. Da'ts madi against the rain, which continues to soino such remark as: "Eat a goo fall. breakfast and we'll i.all go together, Tho distress of these people is most An older son's mind was affected1 pitiable. Publio spirited and wealthy by the remark to the extenb mon of Pckln and Titng Chou are ac- that he did not appease his a; tively assisting tho authorities in pro- petite. A daughter, younger than th viding them with food. son, after drinking about a half cupp; The floods have greatly damaged a coffee, became sick and vomited. Tin large number of estates belonging to rest of the family continued the. niprn Pekin nobles. The unusual rains be- ing meal, although the madi gan July 'i2 and continued until Au- very wry faces and said children dl the coffee gust 15. not taste good. Strychnine had be The crops in tho flooded district were put Into tho coffee which soon showi destroyed. Tho prefects, local magisits effects when those not prostrnt trates and people of the flooded dis- spread the alarm, but not soon, en oil; trict prayed for tho cessation of the to avoid the fatal effects noted. rain seven days before they were finally driven out of their homes. THE QUEEN REGENT Early lu September high officials ol Solicitous for Spain's Kclatlons With' Pekin and Tien Sien suddenly forbade United States and to Avert the the slaughter of cattle, their object to Cuba. appease tho wrath of gods and stop the Nkw York, Oct 4. A special rain. Proclamations to this effect were Worm from .Madrid, Spaim by J posted. The" result was to cut off the Bayonne, says: In alLhcr consul entire meat bupply, which led foreign wiin mo apanisn generals consuls to protest against tho prohibi- leaders of tho political parti tion and to report the situation to the queen regent has laid Btress foreign ministers at Pekin. It Is claim- upon tho question of Spurn's re ed that tho action of the ofllcials con- with tho United States, andi stitutes a violation of the treaty rights. means of nvcrting the loss Early in September there was anoth- through prolongation Of the. er uprising in Formosa. A battle took consequent American inter place which resulted In tho hilling pi thereby imperilling the bt.biU .UOO.ru Ik1k nn.lrroRnyMiipuricBC Soldiers. let alone IX'apt. Takeuchi, who commanded the son's throne, republic) pin, hands of tho M1 .Trii'i.i'Y.AcAnii tWl??((7ft 1t1t II 1113 .MLUHV.n,, Vl.V lllft.U UV tJWl who have been especially "Iron T 1 BUty Vitiligo, Containing Over 80,000 People, Deatroyerf --The Number of Drowned Kstlmnteil Ht Krum 10,000 tc Tho Mother and Four of Her Seven 80,000. Children Are Dead. Tacoma, Wash., Oct. ft. The steamer closing at nightfall, there had not been nisirigle death recorded In tho ofllce of Itlie board of health. Sunday there h?diUen 31 now cases reported and at Successors to tho Lincoln National Bank. BffijWUJ clock Monday night 2" were since nine o'clock Sunday night. ttimlay there were nearly 200 premises By provision of Its charter, depositors ore as fully protected as ar ,uder surveillance, In which yellow fiver had been declared to exist and depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually $L some of the houses thcro wore liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par value ionr or 'five cases, yet not a thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may act 'single one had proved fatal In 24 hours. as Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an individual, Xhc result was that Monday night tho .death rate had fullen to a trifling over 10 per cent and tho pros-'pec- Condition of Co., Stanfor an early stamping out of tho ford, Kentucky, December 31, 1896. aj&easc had been considerably brightened. LIABILITIES. RESdURCES. n lliillnntlnn uiuK tuu Xrilftrt ttJ ur inuituiiuii 4t,nl 4ltn oii;jt- g4i, q assurao 12'0,'OftCK 1277,910.93 Capital Stock . an epidemic form, koani and Discounts... win 17,003. 80 . 7'SI?12 Surplus Fund DTordratts fear of that has disappeared and nhr stnnUn nd Honda rrl 1.V340T Individual Deposit lli.mtt who have their families at other 3,875.31 Danks 4fc85i8 Dus from National 5,303 81 800.00 Due from State- Banks lints are beginning to make arrange- - Furniture ana Fixtures 18 70S 09 DusU nts to bring them back, 1352,258 89 tJoi.iW D0 U a special meeting of tho board of (ilth Monday afternoon it was de- that the ship bringing Sicilian sigrants upon arrival here shall bo W. A. Carpenter, Milledgeville, K iained at quarantine at the mouth J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, Ky Jno, S. Owsley, Stanford, Ky. Jhe river until further orders and a John M. Hail, Stanford, Ky. to this effect was sent to Col- - J. E. Lynn Jno. F. Cash ?r Wilkinson. William Gooch, S.J Embry, days have passed since Ocean W. H. Cumminga, Preachersville, Ky. rings has had any yellow fever. If J, B. OWSLEY, Cash! or .present immunity from disease S. H. SHANKS, President. ullnues until Friday of tho current W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. ek, the board of health will oliicially XSrWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, and lare tho Mississippi resort free of they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier ur. Ocean Springs was the first to ktract the disease and will probably first to get rid of it VCK.H0NMiss., Oct. 5. The follow- report was received from Dr. Dunn, Edwards, Miss., atC p. m.: ike situation here Is falrlv trood. -DEALER IN-Istdcring the circumstances. Thcro 18 new cases, seven been reported s and 11 colored, ten cases sen-11two with black vomit; two erjr Few Heaths From Yellow Fever nt New Orleans-T- he Death Kate Hon Fnllen Ao About Ten and a Half l'cr Cent. Nkw Ohleans, Oct C. For 24 hours, THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, KY. ex-fef- ss ts the Farmers Bank and Trust &&!?u:;;:-- " i Directors. -, A. PENNINGTON 1, 3iV Diill.E, lay. Ttla?, Oct. G. Seven new and one death was reported for 1UUI.-1- 1 I .i I i" between tional league championship nnd tho club having the next best record, are the best four games in seven, the winning club to receive CO per cent, of tho net receipts, to be equally divided between all tho players of the club. The first three games are to be played on successive days, weather permitting, on tho grounds of tho new champions (the llostons) this year, A HKMAitKAm.K eel has been discovand the next on an open date. The In the Fiji Islands. It has a pecu- last three games, or as many of thoin ered liar formation in its throat, which as may be required to decide the chamcauses it to whistle when in an excited pionship, may be played cither at Balbtate. The eel is 15 feet long and sev- timore or New York, as tho clubs deeral inches in girth. cide. Tiik longest distance that a shot has Boston, Oct 6. The new champions been flred Is a few ynrds more than fif- toolc tho first game for the Tcmplo cup teen miles, which was the range of Mon lay, defeating the Iialtl mores In n Krupp's close contest mora through combinasteel gun. The shot required for this tion of lucky hits and daring:i base rungun weighs 2,000 pounds. ning, assisted by darkness in tho last Sam Sionk ltusu is organizinga comtwo innings, than by any great superipany of "Louisville (Ivy.) men to con- ority of play. Neither team showed Nominations by tho 1'resldent. Washington, Oct 4. The president struct a tramway between Dyca and championship form, while the work of Lake Lindemann, over tho Chilkoot tho homo team was at times very much has inado the following appointments: Thomas Scaddon, register of the land l'ass. Mr. Hush has just returned from below tho mark. Following is the ofllco nt Marquette, Mich.; John I. an inspection of the route. score: Worthington, register of tho land ofSojik women In Russia are preparing 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 0 it. IT. K. Innings. ! 3 -- U 12 4 fice at Harrison, Ark. 0 0 12 5 0 2 n unique gift for Dr. Nansen. It will Iloston 4 0 10 2 3 2 0 20 ) 12 David L. Ocyer, of Pomeroy, 0., rebe a carpot, with a map of the north Ilnltlmoro llatterlos Lewis, Nichols and Ucrgcn: Nopi ceiver of public moneys at Roswell, In silks. pole regions embroidered und Clarice. Umpires Kmsllo nnd llur&U N. M.. The places visited by him in his voyAlbert M. Anderson, agent for tho NEW MINISTRY. age will be worked in silver and gold Indians of the Colvlllo agency in Washthread. The Spanish Cabinet Co to tho I'.tlace and ington, A nkw kind of Ice skates will bo In Take the Oath or Omcc. Win, II. Driggs to bo lieutenant comvogue next winter. Tho skate will bo Madiud, Oct 5. The new ministry Is mander in tho navy. made with slots in the runners to sup- constituted as follows: Ulysses port the shafts of several pairs of rollSenor Sagasta, president of the coun- paymasterGrant Ammcn to bo assistant in tho navy, with relative ers, which arc mounted loosely on the cil of ministers. of ensign. shafts and linvo sharpened edges to cut Senor Oullon, minister for foreign rank the ice as the .skates glides along, Two Expeditions to India. iiiTuirs. IlKV. Dit. Pajikiiuhst says, In a recent Oakland, Cal., Oct. 4. Two expeSenor CJroizard, minister of justice. letter to a friend In New York: "I can ditions will leave this state this month (Jen. Correa, minister of war. not stand by tho Sunday saloon pure for India to witness the total ccllpso of Adm. Bermejo, minister of marine. and simple, but I do believe in allowing Senor I'uigcervcr, minister of finance. the sun. Prof. Charles Burckhalter, tho bale of becrand light wines on SunSenor Capdcpon, minister of the in- astronomer at the Chaboy observatory, day, prov.lded they are tho accompani- terior. will go with u complcto outfit, 'anil ment of an honest meal, honestly paid Count Xiguena, minister of public Prof. W. W. Campbell, of Lick observfor." ';V atory, will represent the state instituworkb. Tin: duke 0t Argyll lately offered Senor Moret, minister of the colonics. tion. The Plcrson expedition for tho himself as a lining proof of the advantTho ministers, after an informal Chaboy observatory will leave October ages of desultory reading. He had meeting, proceeded to the palace and HO. W. W. Campbell, of the Mck obcollege, but ho took the oath of oilice. never been to school or servatory, will start October 21 anil it had always read every thing he could lay At a cabinet council Monday even- is not probablo that the two expedihis hands on. To this ho attributed his ing it was decided to appoint Senor tions will meet in the Orient. success In public speaking, for ho "oft- Amos Salvador, minister of finance in Two Killed In u Wreck. en found he had read what others had tho Sagasta cabinet of 1805, director of Dknvkii, Col., Oct 4. News reached not." the Bank of Spain. Count Boinanonas hero that tho San Juan express on thcl In digging at Herculaneum thoro has has been appointed mayor of Madrid, Denver Bio Grande was wrecked by been brought to light a pillar covered and Senor Aguilra prefect of police of a broken axlu wlillo crossing a trestle with bills, one on top of another. The that city. iieur CutupHAi tit 1'.'; I." Sunday. Two paste used to' stick them was made of A Scarcity of Water. .lay coaches and two sleepers went over exgum arable. When separated and Mkvkiis, Ivy., Oct. 5. Water is alarmthe trestle into tho river below. Two amined they were found to bo pro- ingly scarce in this section ami farmpersons were killed and a number of grammes and announcements of public ers have sown no wheat. Com and jthcrs Injured. meetings, nml even election proclama- tobacco Jiavo produced not more, than Ono of tho deud is Fred Seylcr, o tion a. J609 Cormany avonue, Cincinnati. half iv ci'OD. one-hundr1 ing tongue attached to the scnling flap folds down across the bottom of the letter, rendering opening without mutilation impossible. At Tort Iloyal, Jamaica, for six months in the year thunderstorms are almost of dally occurrence, and guests to picnics and garden parties usually invited to assemble "after the thunderstorm.'' Lo Uing Nam, a Chinese athlete, says that his extraordinary strength is duo to his diet, which consists chiefly of boiled rice and boiled ducks' heads. The brains of the duck, he asserts, uro very strengthening. .' bafktv envelope has a gummed lock- THE TEMPLE CUP. The Cnmlltlons of the Competition I ho Cloba Winning the Natlunnl lie-twe- J.c.lKne Cliuinplunshlp. llosio.v, Oct. 5. The the competition conditions of for the Temple cup tho club winning the Na- of late. The queen also insisted strongly upon discussing whether her Spanish rule in the West Indies would not bo jcpordized by a too extended grant of autonomy. thusenabling the separatists und autonomists to proparo gradually and legally their evolution towards independence. She earnestly nsked the statesmen If they really believed a liberal government would bo strong enough to make the majority of tho Spaniards accept extended home rule, Involving a sacrifice of Spanish material interests in the coloninl mnrtrRts nnd n lipnvtr 'burden for the Spanish treasury, if baddled with a part of tho Cuban debt Tho queen questioned whether Sagasta would be uble to restrain public opinion, tho press and tho opposition parties if he made concessions to tho colonics under the pressure of American diplomacy. Tho queen can not believe success would crown so complete a reversal" of tho policy which had been followed for the last two years and a half. It seems that some, if not all, of her loyal advisors had tho courage to tell the queen regent that the alternatlvo lies between a sincero trial of a new policy embracing an understanding with the United States and tho greater question of a conflict with America, probably entailing tho loss of tho colonics. made by some unknown party to nssas-sfnaW. C. Wise, who is under arrest fjr violating the quarantine regulations. DESTRUCTIVE BLAZE. One Hundred Ilulldlngs In Auitln, l'n Hunted, ICntiilllnB n Los of Ncnrly Two ' Hundred Thousnnd Dollars. ' Austin', Pa., Oct. 5. Fire-- broke out Monday afternoon at '2:45 in Weed's livery barn on Turner" street In five hours' time every building in town but five were burned to the ground. Turner street was the principal residence street of the town, and probably 500 people aro homeless. The fire was started by a load of hay being run into a gas jet. In all about ono hundred buldlngs were burned, mostly residences, among the larger losses being the Methodist church, Presbyterian church, opera house, Welch's meat market, Hellwig's drug store, (tallup's "livery and Weed's livery. The loss is placed by insurance experts at. from ht SELLING GOODS LOWER THAN THEY WERE EVER SOLD BEFORE IN MT. VERNON. My Store is on the Corner of Main Street and Taylor Avenue, Neai The Presbvterian and Bantist Churches. JJundiVjymf .... w . ..Vw. VH A. !' m.'sv w nnrnt an unsucccssini attempt lvsa " I AM tetxtftetl-MpfXfaranco'- j. jxtyttwo persons went from here detention camp at Mount ver- londay morning. Tjvcnty more ure Tuesday morning. inky, Miss., Oct. fi. Three new ire Monday. The .itown pre tc GENERAL MERCHANDISE. KWairVgfjH-Hjritf-TlmRTFrlf -- - THEB. RILEY HOUSE F. RIL,EY, Proprietor, LONDON, I have moved - - KENTUCKY. to my new Hotel ard am better prepared Good Livery at to accommodate tho public. than over convenience desired. Give mo call tached and every The Sambrook Hotel, Convenient to railroad station. Livingston Rates reasonable. Porters meet all trains. Ky a! 8150,000 to $200,000. Fight. Solly Smith, of Los Angeles, was given the decision over George Dixon, of Iloston, in a fight Monday night. The match was virtually for tho championship of tho featherweight class, and Smith Is now at the top. The fight was not a remarkably fast one, the men taking no chances execptjn tuo or three rounds, when Dixoh attempted to force matters. Smith, hon ever, who has greatly improved since ho met Dixon, had all the better of the infighting, using his right with great effect both on the body and head. Smith was cool throughout the light nnd came out without a mark of any kind. His blocking and ducking of Dixon's leads wero the features of tho fight nnd kept hln) cut of harm's way. I'rnlrlo Fires In tho Cherokee Country. Sii.oam Sriu.vos, Ark., Oct. 5. A destructive prairie fire is sweeping over tho Cherokee country west of here. Tho fire seems to be sweeping a vast stretcli of country, and as the drought in mat section has been unprecedented, everything Is dry and inflammable. No reports have come In from tho burnt dis- San Fiiancisco, Oct The Snilth-DIzo- u 5. Druggists and Pharmacists. MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt. Vernon, Ky. We carrv Drugs, Chemicals, Paints. Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c Prescrip tions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call for goods usually kept in a first-clas- s drugstore. wmmgmm& First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. trict but it Is apparent that the Indians will lose heavily In the way of stacked grain and hay. t Edward Ijuigtry In an Asylum. London, Oct. 5. Edward Langtry, former liusband of Mrs. Lily Langtry, the actress, who recently obtained a divorce from him in California, and who is said to have privately married Surplus .,$23,100 $200,000. Capital Stock I rinco Paul Estcrhazy, has been found wandering in n demented condition on -tho roll way line near Chester and been sent to n lunatic asylum. f W. Hayden, K. h. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Reid Flrn In a l'rlsmi. T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, Tono.NTo, Out, Oct. 5. l'lro at tho J. S. I locker and M. J. Miller. Central prison here Monday afternoon did nearly SCO.OOO orth of damage. It We solicit the accounts o! the citizens ol Rockcastle and adjoining started in the dry kiln of tho broom counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business factory, a three-stor- y srructuro to tho west of, the main prison, nnd tho B0 intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view convicts nml tlieit guards working to business lelations, rispecfi)lly invited tlierc luul barely time to escape with NO. J, UyfcODERTS, Cashier, j. S. JlQCKlvll, Prcsl DIRECTORS" their livei,', , . r i i' j rFJZk mnwey" Y.i 11 IT 1 iMgasxrtWoriaaAefcuSwtWiti1 iiw. v jitnwr fuMxoaxaaaimnwstiitiuurea Mt. Vernon Friday, Oct. Signal 9, 1897. Mt. Vernon, Ky., Oct. 6, '97. Published every Friday by JAMES MARET. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO Editor Signal: We see that some of our Republican friends are calling us "bolters" Who have always been bolters both in politics and religion? Have they not always been men who have stood in the van guard of civilization? He who stood on Pisga's height and viewed his people's promised laud from afar, bolted from Pharoh's oppression and led the Sons of Israel from Egypt's dark land to that land that flowed with milk and honey. Moses was a bolter. When this world of ours was shrouded in the veil of intellectual night, when the earth bowed to the mandate of the Pope at Rome, those illustrious bolters, Wycliff, Luther, Calvin and Kuox struck from the limbs and minds of men the shack-el- s of Cntho'llcisra and the Protestant religion shed its light upon a gladdened world. Wesley in Eng land and his compeers in America, bolted from the established creeds of their day and gave to man a better and truer way to follow the Advertising rales made known on application ANNO UNCEM?N7S. We aie authorized lo announce JUDGE T. Z. MORROW, to the a candidate for office of Ciicuit Judge of this judicial district subject lo the action of the Republican primary Oct. 9th, After Dick Willfains beats Judge D. P. Bethurum he will have to seek other means for a livelihood than he has enjoyed. His occupation as peusion attorney is gone, the department at Washington, a dispatch says, having debarred him from practice before the Interior Department, be cause he-icharged filing forged declarations in pension cases.l If Dick goes on the stump and tells that on him, the Judge won't get enough votes to count, it the Republican voters are s' honest as they ought to Jours or Misses Cora and Effie McGuire were the guests of Miss Alzie McGuire, Sunday. Joe Coffc, of Wildie, visited relatives here last week. Mrs lohn Mar'alu enter' ained friends a party ol her young voted a Wednesday night. All nice time. CONWAY. Ude Powell will move to Jackson county. Sam Alcorn, of near Bobtown, passed through here last week. John Bolinger, of Madison county, was the guest of Win. Johnson last week. THli NEW LIGHTED NEW MYERS M A HOUSE , AL. G. HUFFMAN-- Pwof'u., Stanford, Ky. NAGEN 13!!S3N UV K LKCTRICITV, lN'li LY WATiCIV IN HOUSE, 'READING BURNISHED. b ROOM. lNi: Spcl;il Attention Given ti Commercial Men WINES, LIQUORS. BEUUS AND CIGARS332-6tn- ETAL FLOORING nal. A.G.SUNE, CEILING $0$ ( A ROOFING. 1 SIDNIG STANFORD, Ky." ii I To of Rockcastle county that my term of office expires Jan. 1, 1898, and I must settle up my business by that time, and as the tw makes it your 1897. duty to come to the Court House and pay your tax, therefore I take this method of informing you that We are authorized to annouuee a penalty of 6 percent will be aded JOHN W. BAKER November 1st, 1897 and upon that As an Independent Republican teachings of thc'humble Nazareue. date I will give my Deputies posicandidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle Th"e"ywere all bolters, because they tive orders to collect all tax due me county to be voted for at November dared to do the right, and stood up at once at the expense of thepaydr. election, 1897. W. G. Muluns, S. R. C. boldly against the errors of their tax-payers to say to the the Tax payers. I wish y--- 4 X0 A SrVJ' F1NSH. of Berea, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Will Mrs. Ramsey, Farm nvli Wis. & and Yard Fence. J VLB W M JII 1 Shockley this week. people spent the night with G. W. Jones last FriHe says they were day night, Mr. Jones is a good welcome. man and believes in having good county government and will make his "X" that way at the November election. Twenty-thre- e Stan foid, Kentuclcy. Dealers in Carriages, Wagons, Hay & Seeds. FARMING IMPLEMENTS-AL- L wffmpmmsmim mmm qakenrc asw3i Vr SADDLES and HARNESS. Patronage of Rockcastle Solicited. da. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCRRN. Having learned that some of the Republicans of this county have become excited and are threatening to vote against judge Morrow in the coming primary, in consequence ol the fact, that his picture appeared in the last week's issue of the "Mt. Vernon Signal," I make, in justice to him, the following statement: The picture was put in the Signal without Judge Morrow's knowledge or consent, and without any suggestion or intimation on his part. It came about in this Way: I found the cut in a Louisville Times last winter when the 'Old BJudge" was prominently mentioned as a probable candidate for the U. S. Senate, and simply intending to pay him a personal compliment and without thinking that it would effect the vcte in the ..iirimatyrtpne way or the othcrr 1' put it in." My relations with Judge Morrow have been cordial, and believing him a good man and an I able and upright Judge, I took the privilege of putting in the pictnre. This is the sum and substance ot "my offending. If in so doing, I have done him an injustice or have displeased any of his friends I regret it and have thus tried to make "The Amende Honorable." V is well known that I am a Democrat, and always vote that ticket and take no part in Republican primaries. And whether Judge Mor-toor Judge Denton gets the nomination, I will vote and work for the success of any good Democrat who may be a candidate against the nominee. Hoping 'this explanation will be satisfactory to all concerned, I am respectfully, James Maret, Editor Mt. Vernon Signal. Mt. Vernon, 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 con duct of some of the County Officials When England's oppressive CIRCUIT COURT. King had disregarded the rights of his subjects, the bolters of England met htm on the immortal MILLER HOUSE, The case of J. H. Jarrett charged Fo Mcrly Kencomb Hotel field of Runemede, and wrested with the killing of Buck Pi&fot from the tyrant's hand the Magna was continued until next terml HUGH MILLER, Prop'r Chrta; the Paladium of cur liberty, MT VERNON, KY The case of Greeley Lear charged and their praises are sung with the killing of JCSTPortera meet all train.'. Jack Rigsby wherever the human heart is moved will be called next Commercial Men's HeadquarFebruary. ters. by the sweet concords of freedom; P. M. McRoberts acted as ape- yet, they were bolters. : They opposed wrong and up- cial judge several days during court, held the cause of right. C. W. Lester was here durjng MT. And, in our own beloved land, when King George trampeled up- court. i on the rights of our people. Washnnc"j7J Hmo mnti'c fAcfiHiiMut Manufacturers wuo VllW .U14U J b.)fc4ftXlViljr ington and his patriotic comrades peached, oFfcime and brick. was further sho it . unsheathed theii swords and bore :. . nas sailed under vam "$ .r .' hey also furnish Lime, Building tuatue tf.mj. ifJMfl their breasts to Eneland's led names, and y it is said Ai twm tone, either quarry face or cut mistles through seven years ot not. certain of his tiue cognonf rders promptly filled. bloody war that you and I and all of us might be free. Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Patrick Henry, BRODHEAD. Hamilton, Madisqn and Lafayette wcic uii uuuers Doners tuat tljeir Airs. Al. G. Aldndfre has re children might have a flag of their own, i he very Republican party turned lrom a visit to relatives' in A ' about whose achievements we love Lancaster and Maretsburg. SPECIALTY. to boast, withdrew from the old Mr. and Mrs. James Tate visited My new shop is on Taylor Arenu whig party and took a step forward in the country last week. i in the pathway of civilization and near the Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Totten sitin the causa of human freedom. If expect Cash for Cash horseed the family of J. B. Farmer last tLis is bolting, give us the name shoeing. week. and gladlv will we wear it, and folt Rev. Kin Pike, of Pine Hill is lowing the bolters whose names we have mentioned, in November, conducting a series of meetings at we will match up to duty's caU and the Methodist church. following the dictates of an hcuest Miss Berda Martin passed DR. A. G. T.OVELL conscience, will castour votes for through here Monday en route to honesty and fair dealing aud the her school at Gumsulphur. and Surgeon, Physician welfare of out wives and children. Mr. Sharp, a prominent politiWe are for the right against the MT VERNON, iY cian, spoke "here on the evening wrong. We are for the upright Office North bide Main street of the 30th. against the corrupt. Some of us Mrs. Fanny Johnson, of near have journeyed far down the stream of Life, and now let us for once, Louisville, has been the guest of pause beside its still wate rs and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burger, with our bauds upon our con of near tl:is place. COUIT CALENDAR. sciences, in me presence 01 our Mrs. W. G. Tharp is quite ill. God, declare "Country is above COUNTY COURT Fourth M Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Mullins in each month party and right should triumph QUARTERLY COURT First were guests ot friends here Sunday. in January, April. July and Ocover wrong." tober. To the wife of Will Born: Monday CIRCUIT COURT-HecTwo Boi.tr s. In February. Fourth Jiondoy Jn May Adams on the morning of the 29th and Third Monday in September MT VERNON POLICE COURT a fine boy, christened Shirly CorThird Monday in each month. Dr. Reed has located in oltr own, where he intends to stay. KINDS Jt THE REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. -- OF- STANFORD, KY. Has a number ot fine Blue Grass farms for sale and exchange, ranging in area fromjio to 1,200 acres in a boundary, and in price from $20 to $100 per acre. Can Suit purchaser in price, terms, location, Krc. in this or any other State in the United States. Office in Interioi J. H. SOWDER, Gcn'l Manager. Journ?l Building. J to-da- y VERNON Mt. LIME COMPANY Vernon rC ollegiate - Institute IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. k . ... to-da- Fall Session Opens Septembr Academic, Intermediate, and Primary, Departments. IVir-gCRQCGS. 6, 1897. . Special Normal Work for Teachers. TWO'S TAYLOR Principal C 'Blacksmith; HORSE-SHOEIN- JONAS MCKEIMZIE For Everything in lGO TOa J5I Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoe GENERAL MERCHANDISE. will give you better bargains than can be secured anywhere. He ' W. W Stanford, WITHERS Ky."" Carpets, Furniture Wall Paper, askets and Coffins. Straw Matting all prices ' - Prices have been reduced. kind call on MRS. S. If in need of tiny tning of the Ho-da- y 0. FRANKLIN. Manager, at Mt. Vernon, Ky. ond nelius. FILED FORGERIES. We wish to differ from those whose names follow that article: If necessary, it can be proven by reputable Republican citizens that Charge Against a Pension Attorsome of said officials have been ney of Mt. Vernoa, guilty of official and general conKy. duct, not only unworthy of their ofDisbarred From Inte-- . ficial positions, but of the dignity and morality expected of the humb rior Department lest private citizen: Practice. M. P. Newcoinb, Republican, II. C. Gentry, J. J. Smith, James Maret, Wm. Poyuter, Geo. E. McCoy. P. J. McMulliu, R. P. Norton, "H. K. McKinney, Democrat, Frank McClary, of Oak Hill, is quite sick with diphtheria. GOOCHLAND. Williams Sunday last. Rev. preached here" Collyer Hotel Frith. Depotcw & Co. McClary, MARBLE CUTTERS, BRODHEAD, KY. J. W. LAWRENCE, Willie Brannaman. of Wildie, attended church here Sunday last. Mt. Physician and Surgeon, Vernon, - Monuments, Tombstones, and work of all kinds in that lino done on short notice at the lowest rates writo for estimates will send n man to you to make estimate's and givo prices. II. II. IIAMM, balesnri n. Kentucky. mocrat, t i Republican M. Peni.iugton, M. D., " " J. H.Gaut, Apt Taylor, " Meshack Gentry, Republican, A. Pennington, Democrat, George Liford, " E. Woodall, J. Gentry, ' Republican. Frank Mullins, of Withers, was Special fattention given to the here with relatives last week. EYE. Office on Main street neaa F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Washington, Sept. 30. Pension Misses Susie pnd Lizzie Ballard, Attorneys Samuel B. McLean, of, of Cooksburg, wns the. guest ,bf Located at the Pittsburg, Pa.; M. M. Chase, of Mrs. Nora Anglin, Sunday. Los Angeles, Cal., arid D. P. BeBill Simpson, of Morrill, was J Ky. PRACTICAL thurum, of Mt. Vernon, Ky., have , ....... .... ,.r xr nere ounuay t. looiKiig nira up a girr. been disbarred from practice before EMBALMER, TOM Good Livery Attached. Joe Tussey Has here--' from Midthe Interior Department. The first two named are charged with dle Fork, Joe is a good boy and DEALER IN STANFORD, KY. Meet all Trains, Day and Njght. demanding and receiving illegal is a Democratic candidate fot matWHISKIES' WINES, &o., &c, Traveling Men aud Railroad peusion fees, and Bethurum with rimony, filing torged declarations in penJ im Gatliff accidentally sliotUilm- KY men .Solicited, Will fur- Stock Complete.' .Telegraph Ordsion cases. (FromFriday'.s Courier self last Monday week. HefTwill nish lunches on all Trains. vat '$2 aud Up Journal, Oct. 1st 1897. ers a. Specialty; JM V .Fine recover. J C. PosJ-ofFc- e. ti UNDERTAKER. ! Brodhead, FERRELL tf ROWLAND, vSLJs Try r y EmnmsunRRu "iiiTOyw'grwrvr,iaswirii mnm tstr-rrrc- "AfcurcumtKxanrsr' uaxn?rY?j?s'. Mt. Vernon Signal o, 1897. ' i4Sliilll8i'v Goto W. G. ies. Adam--- ' for grocer BZ93S!a3Sr3?ff350S3i3 paying your hTTtffTuiiiitiyimM'f'iiHf' e55X&&S&i n Mt.Vkknon, Ky., Oct. Catered at the Mt. Vernon, Ky., ono-clmalt matter. e 01 ice f w otWc insist on '.'you " n. rtTiHHiirnrrn'riwmiw" gy subscription. . Co'me in and see me. I want 'ydur trade. W. G. Adams. imilJ THAT THl m&wMmmm i Arcgclnl!cl?rcparationforAs-similatlriglhcFoodandncgula-ting 24 IH L L & N. LOCA.L"1TlWG41lD. Day Mail North u;.wn in 2:i?3 p m Day Mail South . :. .Night Ex. North jaaa in flight Kx. South 1:09 a m J. A. Landrum, Agent. ! Mrs. King, mother of Mrs. A. Penniugtou, after a short visit here returned to her home in Laurel on Saturday last. Walking lints, Tain O'Shauters, Sailors, and boys and girls caps, just received at Mrs. S. C. Finnk- lin & Co.'s. 8 FAC-SIME- LE SIGNATURE IE the Stomachs andBovrels of -- OF 'mm Not Narcotic. .ilx.Smna Sent churches. Christian Holdi services 1st &3rl Sunday ntlln.in. slid at C:30 p. in. Iter. Forrcr spnstor. Presbyterian Holds services 011 tliu 4th 3unday here, nnd on llio 1st Sunday nt Llv ngston, UnptLst The State Board has sent a cer tificate to our fellow townsman,-- ! W. A; B. Davis, certifying to his qualification and fitness for of Schools. Super-tendent and Rcst.Contains neither OpiwriVMorphinc nor Mineral. io.iiotcs Digeslkm.Cltceiful-ncs- s IS Giq Tiui. ;JfJ K Reaps croidBrS.,avnj3Tcum JUTtJtUl ScCtL" . , OP EVERY v Church Services on the Second Suuday Saturday night nnd Sunday. m every Sunday. Prayer School at 9 ' meeting on Tuesday nights. Rev. J C Car- mlcal. pastor. MASONIC. Mrs. Cleo Brown.is in the city buying a full line of Fall and WinHer opening will ter Millinery, tace place on October 9th. 3L One cottage of four rooms, good garden spot, smoke house', cellar and well. Situated near (jollegiate Institute. Liberal tcrmsV Call at Signal office. Jippfimat Dl QuioKitcSoSa . Him Seed' Climtud Sugrtr Kiairyrccnrflann BOTTLOiI Ofr s Ancrfcctnemcdv forConstlpa- rion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca, Worms .Convulsions.Fcvcrisn-nesnnd OF S&eep. For, Salr. Loss .Ashland Lodge No. CIO meets every ond Saturday at 1 p. in. Sec- Tac Simile Signature of R. G. WILLIAMS. MEW YORK. LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. Trade with W. G. Adams'. Soup cycry Saturday at W "Adams'. Go to Mrs. Cleo Brown's millinery. Frdsli baker's bread nt W. G. Adams. twicc-a-wee- G. for k R. D. Cook, of Scaffold called on lis Wednesday. Cane, If you wish to know the latest styles ask Mrs. Cleo Brown. Deputy Collectors Austin and Hclburu were here this week. Reuben Mullins gave us a nice order for job work this week. Born. To the wife of Jones Hiatt, n girl, on Saturday last. Rev. McDonald preached at the Schuyler Colfax Forbus, of Ccoks-burwas here Monday and Tuesday tost. g, other day? "Should 1 bs sucsessful in this contest, Twill have no pets; I will at all times try to the best of my.ability toxlecide 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 colored man that I will to the in gentlemen's richest white man in the country, If 61ected, Latest styles the County Judge's handkerchiefs and ties at Mrs. Cleo office will be kept in decency and in order': I will at all times to reduce the expenses of the county and thereby reduce taxaBrown's. My motto will be: 'Low taxes and an honest dispensation of tion. Section Foreman Ed Woodall justice without regard to men or party." has been tendered the Lebanon We ask the people to compare his record at the bar and iu private section. life with that of his opponent. Where is the man in Rockcastle who Miss Annie Thompson was award I would advise his son to follow the. example of the present County Judge ed the gold medal iu the contest through life? Where is thf father or mother vho would shed a tear here last week. over theii son following in the foot prints of R. G. Williams? Voters Deputy Collector Colyer with a of Rockcastle, look to the best interest of your home, your family and' posse destroyed two stills ou Clear county, and then walk up like men and vote as an honest conscience dictates to you. Select one before whom all can get justice. Vote for . creek last week. George Faris, of Lancaster, has one whd will ever be sober and honest on and off the bench. Vote for been nour'nated bj the Democrats one who will strive to build up out county financially, morally and intellectually. Such a man is plain Dick Williams. for State Senator. or Sam'l Kinley left a stalk of pop corn at thij office bearing eleven full ears. Mrs. Mary Hayes, of Wildie, is the guest of Mrs, S. C. Frankiin this week. Above is a likeness of R. G. Williams, the Democratic Candidate for County Judge of Rockcastle county. Win, and what kind of a min is he? Is lie a fit man to manage the affairs of our county? Has he the necessary qualifications to give us a business-lik- e administration? U.e courage t uphold and enforce the law? Would he honor Has he the bench bj giving exact justice to all alike the rich, the poor, the high, the low? Born and reared in our 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 w.iy. He is upright iu all his dealings; gentleman by birtb and by choice; a scholar by application, and a lawyer by nature and by training. He possesses both heart and brain, and has ever had charity for all and euniity toward none. He has been engaged in active practice for ovet three jears. He admires honor and truth iu men, and truth, honor and justice iu officer?. Although, poor himself, having borrowed money to go through school, he has ever bcei. the lriend and helper of poor and struggling joung men 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 lriend to the poor dud bends not the suppliant knee to the rich.. He is a strong advocate of education, and many o time has he raised, his ' voice in its behalf. A h$st ofth.3 Republicans iu this cr.rtty Invv pledged to hun. their earnest support, and the only fault that any of thrill cAU find is, h lauTPsriuocnnr is not a yooU, sober, anrt honesc 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 families and preperty, you young men who hope to have, lay aside blind political prejudice and vote for the man who will best serve the county. What will Be your Course if elected, was. asked Mr Williams the For Salk or Exchange A good farm of 140 acres, dwelling witli 500 bearinj&fruit trees. Near Hickory s. l)ottlo3 only.' It Castoila Is pat tp la e:o-n:- o is r.ci sold la talk. Don't allow ssyeno to colt yrcrjlts tint it yea anything 0W0 en tho ploa ." is "jsst m good" and "wiU r,rrTr cvrry - Bco that yon ct 3Tho ft:- - CXACT COPY OF WRAPPEH, linilo Grovenurch1, HSS3SS2SSS .rfjv rr' tljJCJttlC cf L&z&jrz&Sc frrs is ed cMt7 . f mission Jesse Roberts. Com- - J. JCook showed us the of his- - father. M. J. CookGotnmissary of Subsistaucc DEALERS IN issuedigist day of Februaty 1865 and digued by Abraham Lincoln andE. M. Stanton. Come to sec us. Will sell you honest goods at fair prices. FoatfS ale or Exchange. "ti20 acres on East Fork of CASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. ,, icajjpicreek. Fifty acres uuder 'IlltfvffiOIl. House of four rooms, Co,"01; &E&Sfef chard and well watered and KQmm ; General Merchandise V Old Main and Church Sts., MT. VERNON, KY. timm d, .. jar John G. Cummins. LIVINGSTON, 9. Cummins has opened a family fancy grocery store. ilt,the Cook store house at the end of the new bridge. Best Manufactgoods, lowest prices. urer of ibrooins for the trade. 3t EWvStORE.-AV. HjQMLio Without Work, Stanford, Ky., dealers iu m Hats, & !5jr j-iv Make out a list cf your needs for Winter for yourself and family, get on the train and go to SEVERANCE 5t SON'S, Miss JAJzie Thompson requests us to say that a great many owe her for the city papers and that she needs the money and must We say have it to pay her bills. pay the little girl. W.JC. Johnson and ,Miss Susie Ballard, of Cpok.sbuig, this cbunty, ranjaway andjwere marrried at Tenn., on last Satnrday, 2nd. Miss Ballardjs a daughter of Capt7 Tom Jim Ballard, of that place. Mr. Johnson is said ro be an ex cellent youug man,- honesl and of a good family. Jel-lico, Drygoods, Clothing, Shoes. In fact, everything to wear. And you will save more money in one day than you can make to save your life. These gentlemen are up to date merchants and will sell you the best and most stylish goods to be bad. All lines under one roof, on one roof. TrrwiDv-t-i 0 Tennessee CeniiniaL Exposition '. - Tlie Exhibit of tlie - i Supervisor Stark will be haus-ferre- d lrom Livingston to the Short Liue division. R. L. Brown was nominated for magistrate by the Democrats in the Brown aid Brodhead precincts. Miss Martha Rector, living at Jones Hiat's, who has been so- riously ill for some time, is improv- p roving. W. A. - When in town don't fail to see MissBettie Pennington, of OakMrs. Brown's fine selection of mil- ley, Kv., who has been the guest linery. of the Misses Penniugton has returned home. Mrs. Will W. Grimes, of near We have just received our fall Lexington, sister of our foreman, and winter stock of millinery and S. C. Franklin, arrived Wednesday evening. She will remain with will have our opening on October 16, (Saturday.) Everybody invited him till the Holidays. to call and see all the latest style?. - On October 29, 120 acres unaer cultivation; well watered and timbered. House of four rooms, bam, granery, &c.;'.two tenant houses. Situated on Somerset road five miles from Mt. Vernon. Will also sell on "same! day three liead of horses, 3 head of cattle and some sheep. Also household and kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day of sale. Wagon and farming jtnpletnents wili be sold. a Public Sale. larm 200 acres. nnd Nashville, Chattanooga' St. Louis Railway At tho Terminal Station in tho Centennial Grounds is one of tno most interesting, instructive, and costly displays at the Expo- Trains leave the Union Depot Nashville, Every Mrs. Elizabeth Lawrence. The Christian Endeavor Con- sition, and should bo seen by ovcry visitor. It consists of an artistically arranged disTerminal ' play of agricultural products, minorals, Station. etc., The Quickest and timbers, valuable rolics, curiosities, collected from points along tho lino travelBest Route Fare, Five Cents. ed by this road, which penetrates tho most fertile and picturesque portions or Fifteen Minutes for the Centenial tho-Southa . .LwUl Mks. S. C. Franklin & Co. Mrs. Cleo. Brown has just- reMorrow spoke here Thursday iu the- interest of his turned fiom the city with a full Gone to School. Mt. Vercanvas for the nomination line of the latest styles in millinery non's rising young physician Dr. father's goods! Opening will take ' place Monroe Pennington, left Tuesday lor Circuit Judge. October '91I1; . Everybody invited night for Louisville Medical ColMisses Eliza and Delia Coffey to come. lege to attend lectures. The Doctor two pretty little ladies, of near is fast building up a hrge practice, Wildie, were .shopping and visiting Jim Frank Frewitt and Bill and has been very successful with friends here on Friday of last Walker raised two ordeis, .given his patieuts. He is not a good veek. by Geo. Fish, from $1,35 to $5,35 looking mau but a head full of Editor Walton is .correct about They were arrested, and lodged in brains takes the place of this double-columeditorials. "Its jail, but afterwards compromised deficiency in beauty He is a on the eyes" us a frog the business and were released. straining hard student, an honest and upright said whttti a cart wheel passed over gentleman, and will always be his head. . Sheriff W. G. Mullins has insti- found battling for that, that is for Deputy Sheriff Reuben Mullins tuted suitagainst J. J. Wood who right. There is a bright future his deputy up to Jan. 1st. '97, Monroe Pennington; aud when his arrested Jeff Adams, near Langford was name is written high up on' the on a charge of horse stealing at to recover $808.08 alleged to be "on back t cliff of fame, no one will be more Adams balance, due from k Wood Indiana, sBloomington, J XT...... i.ii.L,H..-,uruuu .1 man T 1. tax and other tax collections in a few days betaken-tlier- e n -- i FAIL TO SEE lT-"vention of the Fifth District of Kentucky will meet Octobar 8th. at 2:30 p. m. at the Presbyterian church. Mt. Vernon. The district includes Bell, Harlan, Jackson, Laurel, Whitley and Rockcastle MADE BY UNDERTAKER counties. A delegate from every C. E. Society in the district is expected. Arrangements have been made for the Convention in the the last ten days iu answer to a call f roih the State Chairman of" Organization with a view to representaa tion at the State Convention at Twenty-eigh- t years c.Npcriencein Owensboro. Oct. I 29th and 30th. the, business. Horse shoeing a Some of the best C. E. workers in Also general specialty. the Sta.te will be. present aud all Kcot III nil sizes anil diU'crcnt Uylcs cloth interested in the 'Christian Een.- Richmond Street, Mt. Vernon, covered draped raskcle, roboi, llucn bosoms deavor movement ardrequesteci to cuffs and culliirF. All order tfy' ttlecraph Ky. a. (tended to'dny and nli;fif."T ' promptly attend. AGONS W1LLIS GKIEF1N' H. C Geutrv, ARE AS GOOD AS BEST black-smithin- FINE CORNS 11 I ' sL, -- .J 4 ' s Ct cry Sndirilny Timrlut .Sleeping CnB lioiitc i Onllforiiln. 'KENTDCKYSTATE KENTUCKY NEWS. route to Colorado, L tah and Call-fChicago I'nion Station of the Chicago, .Milwaukee Paul Haihvny at 10 o'clock, running k St. over the Chicago and Omaha Short lane to Omaha, thence via Lincoln, Neb., Colorado Spring and Leadvillc, Colo., Salt Lake City ami Ogden, Utah, llcno, Nevada, and Sacramento, Cal., arriving at San Prancisco at SsW p. in. Wednesday. These popular every Saturday California excursions for both lirst and sccond-clatmengers (not furcign emigrants) arc ''personally conduct by intelligent, competent anil courteous "couriers" who will attend to the wanU of all passengers en mute. This is an entirely new feature of tourist car service and lull be greatly appreciated by families or parties of friends traveling together, or by ladien traveling alone. Particular attention is paid to the caro of children who usually get weary on a long journey. Itcmembcr that the Midland Koutc Tourist Cars are sleeping ears and are supplied with all the accessories necessary to make: the journey comfortable and ple.ipant, and. the sleeping berth inte is but $0.00 (for two persons) fiom Chicago to California. Ask the nearest ticket agent for a tourist car "folder," giving complete information about the Midland Koutc, or address: "Kastern Manager Midland Route," No. 93 Adams street, Chioigo, 111., or Geo. II. llcaf-forGeneral Passenger Agent, 410 Old Colony Building, Chicago. t l'vcry Saturday night Midland llouteiour cam" en oi DROUGHT. run "ill lenie the l'as-ding- er s tection. Loi'isvn.i.i:, Ky., Oct. 2. Tlio present drought in Kentucky is the worst in 20 yoitrsi, nnd great damage has "been done to tlie crops. So great is the scarcity of wntcr that the Louisville and Nashville nfliuinls nro unensy und fear that they will not bo able to Biipply their tanks aloug th road. Tho damage done will reach up Into the millions. WVntlior Forecast Official iturlto said Unmngo to Crops mid Much SIckncM Some Towns Without Fire Pro- Friday: d, Wherein Nolilileton MImmvh I- r - The Rigolots detention ctunp hns been closed. There was no reason to maintain it because very few people wero coming into New Orleans over tho Louisville & Nashville road. Orders have been issued to send nil suspect from infected points to Fontainblcnu, where there aro ample accommodaMiiil.e Into Your Shoes. tions for several hundred people. AlAllen's Foot-Easa powder for the feet. though the number of cases here is inIt cures painful, swollen, smai ting feet and creasing, the board of health has instantly takes the sting out of corns and bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery resolutely refused to modify Its quarFoot-Easof the age. Allen s makes tight antine regulations. Every affected or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain euro point is being watched. The board for sweating, callous, hot. tired, aching feet. will continue to quarantine, houses Try it Sold by nil druggists and shoo htores, 2jc. Trial package, FHKE. Write to hero wherein fever exists. Tho effect Allen S. Olmsted, LcKoy, N. Y. w ill be to prevent a spread of the (lis-- 1 ease and to give employment to sev-- I Clt light the Ertc. eral hundred men who havo becti Judge How do you know the prisoners thrown out of work by the stagnation threw eggs at you? M RS. JENNIE ASHFO R D, of trade. Tragedian I caught them in the act. Upto-Date- . Maj. E. J. Hamilton, the probable Of Lexington, Kj-.- , Ono of the Yellow Feier Victims ut Now Orleans. successor of Chief of Police Gaster.was To Cure n Cold In One Dny Lexington, Ky., Oct, 1. Mrs. Jennie stricken with yellow fever Saturday. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All E. Ashford, who died of yellow fever nt New Orleans, Oct. . Gov. Foster druggists refund money if it fails toeuic. 23c the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edward has telegraphed the governors of Texas A. Sippert, at New Orleans Wednesday, and Mississippi asking them to meet A Stumbling Mock. "What is the was 11 native of Lexington. Another him in conference in the interest of of the politicians to the civil servcluughter, Mrs. M. E. Mathews, of Cov- drought ice reform system?" "The examination quesuniformity of quarantine regulations. A tions." Truth. ington, came with her husband to LexThese reports show that the- uvcniWV New Orleans, Oct. 4. At 8 o'clock ington Thursday to arrange for the rainfall over the state for September Sunday night thero had been 27 cases A Dose in Time Saves Nine of Hale's h Honey of Horchound and 1'ar for Coughs. burial of the body in Lexington cemwas only of an inch, while reported and but two deaths. Pike's Toothache Drops Cine in one minute. etery, which, however, can not be re- the normal for the month is 2.75 inched Edwards, Miss., Oct 4. The doctors moved from the stricken city until the hen it is stated that of tn,v'Port 14 new cases of yellow fever Wc have noticed that the less a man. expiration of six month. Mrs. Ashford inch of rain maybe caused innifuv Y'1"1"'' of whom seven aro white, knows the more he criticises the couits. was the divorced wife of Allen W. Ashminutes by n lively shower the ex'tebt . Morilr, Ala., Oct 4. Sunday there Washington Democrat. ford, of Jessamine. wye out tour newenses nnd no death; of tlie drought can tie realized. -I am entirely cured of hemonhage of 'r.,n..;.,ic ,i...i..i. .....1 ct...ii...iiy i .. n,. fcc, Kentncklans l'ensloneil. t(,tu,tiii null .ijivi uy v liie, lungs by 1'h-- s Cute for Consumption. COLUMBUS TEAM Wasiunotox, Sept 30. The follow- bad not 11 ilrnnnf rnln. wliIlftkinvL jjLcuiiha Lindaman, lletlmny, Mo., dan. 3, '01. ing Kentucky people wore pensioned places in the western rtnrt of the stale iVIns Another Cnmo I'rom Indianapolis In ' 1 ' , .0 'Wednesday: Original .Levi Webb, -- .,.,..l,..l .,,,1.. 1 ltccain-the Cup Series. a man is poor in flesh i not Webbville; Ilobert Wheeler, Alt. Leba a sure sign that hedoesn't eat much. WashColumrus, O., Oct 4. The Indianap. A ffiil.nnn rvtm TuLmti .irr nu u..!..-- . ington Democrat. non. Additional Marcus L. Wiser, confidently Frankfort, Ky., Oct. I. Judge dp-tri- ll olis team game and end expected to win llar.rodsburg. Supplemental Thomas tho cup series, decides that Secretary of h.Ste Sunday's Ilnll's Catarrh Cure Nail, llurtford. Ileissue Elijah Lilly, Finley Is disappointed. but they Tlicro Is a Constitutional Cuie. Price 75c. not entitled to 81,000 a yr.ar wns not a wero during Covington. Original Widows, Etc time the game when as manngcr of the corporation dcpiirf-incu-t, Helena Station; they had even a chance to win. Evans Do not slight the man because he has dons Lucy A. Robinson, which he wrong. limp's Horn. Chnrlotte Wooldridge, Graeey; Mnry addition to his had been drawlna.in for Columbus pitched effectively, while salary as secretarrtof Foreman was hit hard, the Senators Billiard, Lexington; Nancy D. Williams, state till Senator Bronston had Dixon. rapping put three tripples in the fifth Increase, Mexican War Sur- through the senate last winter a n A GRAND WORK. sevvivor Williams Rains, Lebanon, which directed Auditor Stoneto, inning. Knhoe's homo run in tho visl'ndiled School Census. refer the matter to the courts. I f "tho enth was the only run to which the Helping Tired Mothers and Giving Rosy Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 2. In the case court of appeals atlirms this Mr. riiijey itors wero really entitled. The game ChceKs to Cblldren. of tho Louisville school board against will be compelled to pay back Sl.jJOO was marked by snappy fielding. in center field Merto's eight put-out- s Thousands of tired, nervous, worried Superintendent of Public Instruction received last yeur. jf were tho features of tho game, some of women have, found strength, health and Davidson, Judge Cantrlll decided in faWorst Drought Hlnro IS,1. 1. Happiness In Hood's Sarsaparllla, which vor of the latter and thus strikes off of his catches being on tho sensational Niciioi.asvim.k, purilles their blood, strengthens their order.' Ilulcn's work at short was also the school census 10,000 names, making present drought inKy., Oct. nerves and gives them good appetites. this county is un- brilliant Score: a difference of 823,000 in Louisville's precedented in recent years, I'ulo and puuy children nro given rosy and the 'Innings 12 3 4 5 0 7 8 0n.n.r.a jhecks and vigorous appetites by the great school claim. The superintendent re- oldest inhabitants say it is the worst Columbus 1 11 fused to accept tho school board's re- since 1S54. blood enriching qualities of Hood's SarsaInuhinnpolis.. 38undJ It is now more than two parllla. II Is Indeed the mother's friend port of the census, alleging that it was months since any rain fell. Fields and Hatterfcs Kvnns and Uuchley; Foreman and It may well havo a place In thousands padded. vegetation nre parched. It is almost Kohoo. of families. Be sure to get Hood's. Child In a Well. Tho Indianapolis nnd Columbus to find any pasture, and IIawksviixe, Ky., Oct. 2. Mrs. Micic impossible already beginning only pills to taka to feed ploycrs held a conference Sunday night fanners are HnnH'c tlll- aro the Sargr.p-rilla- . Chaffin, a fine looking woman, aged 2i), with Hood's and decided not to play out tho cup was brought to town Friday charged their stock dry feed. scries, tho Indianapolis men refusing Itiillroiul Olllcc Robbed with having made away with a child. to play any more games except on Baiidstown, Ky., Oct. 2. The f.Jt& their own grounds. Tho players of She is supposed to have give birth to it TELL THE TRUTH. N. railroad ofllce at this place was eiv botli teams were anxious to return to d some months ago and Thursday a baby was found in a well. The tered by thieves after the departure of their respective homes, and the Columtrial was postponed until Monday. Mrs. the 0:25 a. in. passenger train for Lou- bus team agreed to give Indianapolis Dullards, Ga., writes: Eight years oeo I had Slow l''over Cliaflln is divorced from her husband isville. The robbers secured about 820 the cup, tho Hoosiers having won threo 3 months. FIto Doctors atin money nnd a bunch of keys that will out of the live games played. Each and denies the charge. tended me, but I continued unlock any enr on the L. fc N. systom. player received nbout S75 over exto grow woreo until I comKentucky Pensioners. were menced taking Dr. SI, A. Washington, Oct. 2. The following Two colored menbut theyarrested jby penses in tho cup scries out of tho re Simmons Liver Jledlclno have been ccipts. Marshal Worrell, three times a day, and I was pensions were granted to Kentucky discharged. , well toforo ono I'ackago people Friday: Original Win. A. Hays, was taken. Ilavo taken a MINISTERIAL CHANGES No CJimruiitlno Agiilnxt I.oulsiille. If few doses "Black Draught," Geneva; Win. Yeager, Uniontown. InBowling Giikkn, Kj-.- , Oct. 1. Dr. Will Not Affect tho Orlglnnl Instructions to but did not think It cleansed crease Wm. L. Evans, Vanceburg; my Liver as well asDr.al. Minister Woodford by .'resident JUcKln-loHenry C. Richardson, Munfordville. J, N. McCormack has received a teleA.S.L. M. gram from the Texas state board:- of Original Widows, Etc. Mary J. Young, Famalo Complaints. Madrid, Oct. 4. The ministerial health denying the published report to Ragsdale. Tucro arc two critical and even dangci oti the effect that the stato had (piaran-tine- d changes will not affect tho instructions periods in female lite, when the greatest I'ouml Dead on the Itond. caro is necessary. against Louisville and other which United States Minister WoodMt. Stkiimno, Ky., Oct. 2. Marlon The first, when tho girl passes from childKentucky towns. No quarantine will ford originally received from President hood to womanhood; It through Ignorance Garrett, aged CO years, a McKinley. Both Gen. Woodford and or neglect this mysterious development Is Negro of this place, was found lying be declared agairist Kentucky. interfered with or thwarted, even in the Senor Sngnsta, the premier, maintain alcad on tho loveo pike, about two miles Corn Crll, Stuhlo mid ltirn Humeri.' smallest degree, they nro llablo to some nbsoluto reserve on the question of malady frequently proving most serious, i.KXiNOTO.v, Ky., uct. 1. Acorn crib, from town. At first foul play was susto Spain. such as hysteria, nts or oven consumption ; pected, hut it is now almost certain stable and cow barn nt .1. Will Snyrcs' American relations however, declare Whllo at tho second period, called "cliangg 'Leading liberals, otllfo," tbcro is often much distress and home, near town, burned at :! o'clock he died from natural causes. that accept danger. At both these periods of life Dr. that Spain can never Saturday morning. Two calves per- American mediation inofficially affairs. Convicted of Miinsliiughtcr. Simmons Squaw Vino IVIne is invaluCuban able, andlt is recommend edthata dose of it HorKiN8Viu.u, Ky., Oct. 2. In the ished. Total loss, 81,500. covered 'by Senor Sagasta had a conference with be taken twice a week for some time, circuit court, Henry Adams, who killed insurance. Incendiary. and during tho menstrual periods, the queen regent Sunday nnd it is exstrengthening tho system wo and for Ed Stewart last spring by btriking him Saw Mill nnd Lumber Yard Sold. ' pected that tlie new liberal cabinet will strongly nrgo tho use of Dr. M. A. Sim. on tho head with a wagon spoke, was Richmond, Ky., Oct 4. M. 1 Whar- bo completed Monday. Gen. Correa mens -l- yerModlclno.ndoSo at bedtime,. sentenced to tho penitentiary for two ton, the lumber king, has sold to a has accepted the portfolio of mlnistci yenrs. The jury changed the charge LChlctigo firm his large saw mill und of war. - " - ... of murder to manslaughter. lumber yards for 80,500. Improved covmo, ua., saya: V navo Death of Judge Mcnzlos. i machinery will be put in and the mill Trunk Factory Humeri. used Dr. 91, A, Simmons Falmouth, Ky., Oct. 4. Judgo J. W. run on full time. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 2. Fire Friday Liver Medicine In my Mensdes died hero at nino o'clock Sunfamily for SO years with buo-I -!:.i monlng destroyed Laub Hrothers' trunk Kentucky Tost Ofllccs Dlkiniitluucri. day night. The remains will bo taken coss in many cases of Indifactory. Loss, 20,000. Washington, Oct. 4. Tho post ofllce to Covington for burial Tuesday. gestion and Sour Stomat Humestore, Boone county, has been Judgo Menzies was ono of the most New (lunger at Owcmboro, Ky. ach. I think It superior to "Thedford's Black Draught" Washington, Oct. 1. Louis F. Saszer discontinued; mail to llcrkshirej also widely known jurists and democrats in and "Zeilin's Regulator, has been appointed 11 gaugcr at Owens-bor- nt Ward City, Johnson county, mail to Kentucky. Ho was about eighty-fiv- e ana i snau recommend ur. Ky. Boon's Camp, m. A.s, . as long aa I years old. live. Dr. Jenkins' Arrested for Double Murder. lieory Bajrusta'a l'ollcy. Hysteria MiDDLKsnonouoir, Ky., Oct. 1. DeSkiiree, Ky., Oct. 1. - The Tclaim Madrid, Oct 4, Premier Sagasta 13 cansed by natural or acquired feebleness Cecil and George Eat- being made that the pure hloodctL Aftectives Charles Sunday, in an Interview, gave out his of constitution, mental BnuorlnKOnd.chlefly, derangements ot the soxual system, such as on arrested E. II. Atchison, who is rican has absolute immunity fromiycl-loproposed policy toward Cuba. Mediamenelrnal Irregularities, delayed develop-mentfever, I)r. A. R. Jenkins, cTf this tion is not wanted. Ho will grant the thought to bo tho murderer of F. L. the generative organs, or too strong Felts and Allen Brown, members of tho town, has offered to the experts pres- Cubans all possible sexual propensities. Dnrlng a fit, tho patient's clothes should bo loosened; she Baldwin Detective agency at Blucflcld, ent in the focal region of that" disease Tho policy of tho last two j'cars will an ahundanco of fresh air. shonld have A Negro, who is this new treatment: That they trans-fus- o bo completely reversed. W. Va., last Friday. Tho sudden, copious and contlnnons appliForeign incation of cold water to tho head and f aco wilt the blood of the colored ninn,jnto terference will not bo allowed. The thought to bo an accomplice of Atchicut the flt short, llctwcsn the paroxisms. son, is supposed to bo in hiding here, patients suffering in thjf first stngo new premier hopes, however, that the Dr. M, A. Simmons. I.Ivor JWcdlclnoBhoulu ba taken to correct torpidity ot the bowels, with tho severe form of fever as a yel- Cni'ted States, will bo friendly. and officers urc in search of him. course, of treatment with Dr. Simand a low fever 7 mons Squuw Vino Wine which Is specially Kentucky Attorney Disbarred, I'urthquuk Shoe' .n California. bdacted to remove, the uterine disorders. Washington, Oct I. D. F. Bethu-rum- , Storekeeper and UaiigerlHtltlcIiniond, Ky. 5:15 SamCruz Cal , Oct, ISCOVK!ty"Swi XE,T of Mt. Pleasant, Ky has been Washington, OctiUjTJohn A.jJasper .cVeloct; Saturday morning n Slight I qulckrellefandcuiesworst I disbarred from practice before the in- has been appointedlbtorekeepor cases. Send to' bouU of testlmon'sls ar.l 111 tluys' and slioclcof earthquake was felt here, the trcntweut I' ,ce Ur.ii, u,uukU'8 8uss, 1111111,111, terior department awiu-aat Itinhinond-Kv- . vlbrutlons bclnj,' eut aud w.-st-. i e "My friend Nobbleton," said Mr. Tankle-b- y, "is overeaicful about many things, but ill many ways he shows great common seiiRe. For instance: He always carries with him nostal cards appropriately addressed, and if he is suddenly called nwav anywhere and his business is such that fie is liable to bo at any time lie puts a word or two on one of his postal cards and puts it in theneaiest letter box. He may not have time to stop-amwrite or to telegraph, but he can always find time to drop this postal caul; and it relieves the minds of the folks at home. In this I think Nobbleton bhotvs tense." N. Y. Sun. Souse. "i'Votn tho regular crop bulletins, I mti positive Mint the rain f nil out in the btatt! for the entire month will be less Hum one inch, which is an exceedingly low llgnre. of the usual "In fact, it is rainfall The drought extends throughout the central valley nnd in all the dtuti's south of Kentucky. Tennessee Is suffering, us arc a great many of the houtliciii states. The forecast is for a pontinunuee of the present conditions. "This morning 1 received the rain report for the month from llardstown The fall was .53 of an inch. This condition of uffnits exists all over the one-third btate." In the extreme western part of the statu much damage and suffering have been eniised, several towns and counties being threatened with n water famine. Caldwell, Triggs and portions of Christian county hnvc been similarly affected, formers having been compelled to haul water for their stock for some time past. All the tobacco growing sections have suffered severely from the prolonged dry spell, and in this item alone the loss has amounted to thousands of dollais. The going dry pi tho big spring at (ieorge-tow- n is attributed to tho drought. Hopkinsville is in danger, the water company there having notified its patrons that all wuter will be turned off Saturday, there being hardly enough on hand for fire protection. In several sections tho scant water supply lias caused much sickness, 0v- ingsville und Bath county are suffering particularly in this rcgnrd. ACCIDENT OR SUICID&? Den.l lloitjr of Churl.-- . K. W,,B, lln Attorn, Irom Ilreemllle, Ky., Taken Iron, til. HUcr nt St. Ioul. $ ST. Lovih, Oct K. Whir,": nn attorney from Greenville, ICy , llci "cnuon n slap nt the morgue. Ills body , "ns ,aKCM ,rm c rlv.er nt the foot ol Ilnvnn Blrnnt (m Un..,l. t.i v Whether his denth was duo to acct' dent, suicide or murder has' not been established. AH that is known of the circumstances surrounding- - the ense la that Wing arrived in St. Louis last Wednesday morning from his home in Greenville, secured and paid for a room at 2015 F.ugcnla street, wliere he remained but a few minutes, and was not seen again by his landlady" until she was brought to the morgue Sunday night tti Identify his dead body. When the body was searched nt the morgue the first thing taken from the inside pocket of his coat was a photo graph ease that eontnlned the picture of 11 beautiful woman und a piece of paper upon which wns written .the following lliu": "1 love thee nnd will leave thee, never. Until my soul leaves life forever."0 " There was no signature to "this nor was anything found 011 Wing, that would afford a clew to the enuse.of his ? T death " TAKES CHARGE. I - TJIJS PLAQUE. I.ntent Illoycle Slung. A awkward person in a "wabblcr." A gossip travels with a "loose sprocket wheel." If your clothes are not in style you nre a "05 model." When a man's sweetheart jilts lilni ho it the victim of a "broken chain." . Any rider abrading tho skin by a fall merely "scrapes off bouio of his enamel." He who looks upon tho wine until his feet ire entangled Is a person whose "wheels do A stupid individual, if there be any such a bicycle, hns "sand in his bearings." A proud or one unduly haughty, "lides with his handle bars raisedtoo high." One who is disposed to be imaginative to the extent of romancing is "geared up to on SUFFEIUNQ WOMEN. How Many of Thorn Havo Quiotly Obtained Advloo That Mado Thorn Woll. My sister, if you find that in splto of following faithfully your family doctor's advice, you aro not getting well, why do yon not try another courso? Mnny nnd many awomnn hns quietly written to Mrs. Plnkhara, of Lynn, Mass., stating her symptoms plainly and clearly, and taken her advice, which was promptly received. Tho follow ing letter is a New Orleans Board of Health Finds Great Difficulty in Its Work "it SI imping Out tho Disease on Account of lViiluro to Report Cases of Sickness Consequently tliol'iitlents DoN'ot Itc- cclo Prompt Medical Attention. not run true." collector for the Seventlu internal revenue district of Kentucky, which has been held by Mr Wallace K.Shelby since the death of his father, Mr. Thomn- Shelby, the appointee of Mr. "Clove-land- , was transferred Thursday afternoon by Revenue Agent Charles W Seawall to Mr Sam .1. Roberts, edltoi of the Daily Leader, and chairman of the republican Kentucky campaign committee in the MoKinley-llrynstruggle. Collector Roberts rccommissioncd nil deputies and clerks for (() days; with the exception of Mrs. 1'ost, whose position as cashier will bo tilled by Then Shaw, and the deputyship at I'aris. which will be taken by Samuel Cla Friday SERIOUS CONDITION., The Drought In Kentucky Is I'urolilnj; .ill Wrutlier llnreaii Louisvii.i.k, Ky., Oct 4. The weather bureau received Sunday reports from 3t observing points In the state, which show tho serious condition which has resulted from the nrotrnctrd n - Collector Holier I Amsiiiiicx tint Du(io'if Ills New Olllee Deputlcit nnd -il for Sixty Dnjs. Lkxi.noton, Ky.. Oct. I. The otllceof C'lcrkvltci-ommlsiloiit- camp. did not itnprdvo Saturday. Not nnny new cases wero reported, but tlicro were reports of four deaths. Ono was tho man Hickey, a patient at the vellow fever hospital. Another death was that of a child named Bauer, nt l'hillp and Chippewa streets. A great crowd collected in tho vicinity and extra details of guards had to be sent to clear the streets. Tlicro nro live cases in tho neighborhood in one square. The board of health continues to ilnd great difficulty in its work of stamping out tho disease. Fniluro to report sickness is becoming cxnspcr-ntingl- y common. Tho result is that patients nro not receiving prompt medical attention, and are dying where they might be pu'led through if doctors were immediately called in. The cases at the yellow fever hospital aro increasing; there were 1" there Friday night and others were removed thcre.Saturday morning. A .lumber of pcoplo wero released Friday and Saturday from tho dcteution Nr.w Oiu.kans, Oct. 4. The fever slt-jatio- n The individual who shouts at night when others desire to sleep is tho victim of "loose spokes." N. Y. Journal. A Cirent llenent. Firet Daughter of the Revolution She lays she'd like to know, for her part, what practical good our society does. Second Ditto Why. the menn thingl Just m it we hadn't made it almost fashionable to be patriotic Judge. r fyf oerMrini I) Kv pretty strong v kH confirmationof our claims : " I had been .sick for six months; PP--ClfPC t V r3 X VHJ I "My feet nnd hands wero cold nil tho time, my limbs wero so weak that I could hardly walk around the house; was troubled with numb spells. I havo taken four bottles of Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetablo Compound, ono Why In Stnr Plti Tobncco the llcntr bottle of her Blood Purifier, ono pack-ag- o is made from selected stock of Because it of her Sanative Wash, and am the best grade of leaf that grows. The ingreentirely cured. I havo not had ono dients used in its manufacture arc absoluteCnn you ly put e nothing injurious to tho system en- of those numb spells since. ters into it. wonder that I sing tho praises of a You can always tell a man who is not used medicine that has cured mo of all theso to tiprine his hat by tho awkward way lie Ills ?" Mrs. Louisa Place, 050 Beldocs it, Washington Democrat. mont St, Brockton, Mass. Boston. Sec how sad everybody looks. Backbay Naturally. How could they look otherwise when they think of the un? fortunate people who cannot live in Boston Transcript. Boa-tonm Almost Inside Ont. The stomach that is not turned thus by shaking up on the "briny wavc"jnust be a well fort i lied one. The gastric apparatus can bo rendered proof ngainst seasickness with that stomachic s"o popular nmongtravelcrsby sea .and land Hostctter's Stomach Bitters. It defends the system against malaria nnd rheumatism, and subdues liver complaint, constipation and dyspepsia. Sail Nntarnlly. Gotham People are so different here in K one doctor told mo I would havo to go to a A would got well. hospital beforo 1 II I had femalo troubles in their worst form, suffered untold agonies every month ; my womb tipped back to my backbone, had headache, hysteria, fainting spells, itching, THE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK-Cnt- tlc, Select butchers nlr Cincinnati, common! 2 25 4 Oct, CALVES-K- one-fourt- one-fourt- h Light shippers 4 30 S11EEI' Cholco 300 (i 3 Ml LAMllS-Clo- od 4 75 ft 8 25 to choice 3 00 ft 3 DO FLOUR Winter family ORAIN-Wh- eat No. 2 red ft 03 No. 3 red.. ,,. ft TO Corn No. 2 mixed ,. ft 30 Oats No. 2 ft ii'.i Rye No.2 47 ft BO HAY Prlmo to choice ftO PRO VISIONS-M- css pork. ft 0 25 Lard Prime steam UK ft 4 13 BUTTEK-Chol- ce 12 ft dairy to cholcocreamcry... Prime ft 2 21 APPLES-P- er hbl 2M ft 75 POTATOES-P- cr 75 ft 2 10 bbl NEW YOIUC 5 10 ft 5 25 FLOUR Winter patent No. 2rcd ft KU. CORN-N- o. 2 mixed ft 34 RYE , ft OATS-Mix2:1 ft ...' ?U PORK New Mess 0 W ftIO Ut 1 cd.. LARD-West- HOGS Common Mixed packers to (rood light... 5 M 4 10 4 16 in it, 3! n i S 75 40 0 25 4 W i A Cruel IIunlinAil. "You nsk for a divorce on the ground of cruelty, do you, madam?" iiRlicd the judge. "Yes. vour honor." replied the fair nlatn- lifT. Gi 4 23 And the tender-heartewoman hurst into a fresh torrent of tears. Pittsburgh d Chronicle-Telegraph. dear Fido." "Do you mean to nay that your husband has used bodily violence toward you J" "Oh, no, Hir. He never struck me, but " Here the applicant's voice broke ns she thought of the indignity, and she bitterly . "But what, madam?" asked the judge, kindly. "Tell me what your husband did," "Why, judge, once he spoke real cross to ICentiipUy Appreciate. have this year "Splendid, suli, splendid! Best an' cleanest lot o' straws I ever drnwed through, World. suh! "Er Col. Clay, it's a fine wheat crop wo ern ft 4 .. --- FLOUR Winter patents. .., UEAIN-Wheat-- 'CHICAGO. 2 No. No. 2 Chicago BprluK CORN-N- red.., 4 70 o. OATS uni,, 2............ No. 2. , ily No. Kft Hl'.ft 27H ft ft a 5 03 m S Kl'i . w Waits "There is one good feature about the Klondike that hns not been xufllciently Pott- - "And exploited, in my opinion." that is Watts "The superior facilicold storage of n fellow after ho ties for die?, until his friends can send for him." Indmunpolis Journal. . .a HALTIMORE. FLOUR-FamURAIN-Whcnt-- 4 Oats No. Rye CATTLE-FiHOOS-Wcs- tcrn Corn SouthernWheat..... Mixed 2 2 m ft ViH& Kll 4 85 1'5 i,sA'wtiL .duln t know you- - rode y. a r.v ., "Then what nro you wearing knickerlnicKeni tho nnd n sweater for?" Ferry "To-keen .., No. 2 western rst whlto quality 2 31ift 201ift 4 10 4 CO ft on fool bicycle riders from running over 32 27 51 4 me. They think. I'm one of 'cm." Cincinnati nquircr. ft ft 35 INDIANAPOLIS. GIIAIN-Whcat-- ft500 P5 pn'-ie- No. 'Cfb-lutio- No. 2 mixed. Oats No. 2 mixed Corn FLOUR-WlnURAIN-Whcat-- 20 20 Clerg) man "My loy, do you know it'i wicked to fish on the Sabbath?" Youngster "I iMi't fishing; I'm teaching this 'era wurm to swim." Tit-Bit- LOUISVILLE. tcr No. patent Corn -- Mixed Oats Mixed PORIC-Mcss LAKD-Stc- nm 2 red 375 4.-- T)io ksp r iA 'y f yA f fAf A ft 400 ft m ft 3I tf ft 21 BOM ft 4 75 Covet an ass with n lion's skin, nnd .lio will soon.mifnnge to poke his cars out somehow. Barn's Horn. The worse one feels, the more people want to talk to him. Washington Democrat. A A A A iy y y . ya y -- 1300300 00000030 00 f w. ffy . , : GEORGIA LADIES v well-forme- is the name to remember when r ". y. - buying Sarsaparilla. It has been curing people right along for more than 50 years. That's why. ir -lln1 well-know- n z Mll.l.ml.lHI.I.I.HI.MIMtClWWl.llWWI THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE DIDN'T USE .v.i ; A A . A p"'f ... s.. l ! Ml tHltWHI.MM.W SAPOLIO c. Ik 1WI. Itl lllHlWIWIlWIMH o, Antl-T'iixli- ' r ITS "rWtlr. cur. Spatmt and Sl.VIt for .11 STOPPED FREE. PERMANENTLY CURED Insanity Prevented by DR. KLINE'S GREAT igrKsc' T r. .Vfflwu Dbeatt:Fitt.Eplleptv, ' JMnce. NoKlurf.erToinn.M ttle freauurl .inpHi i ..,.. writ vmiEun, u fall. KL1NU. LU..rhirrsinnlf wnen rIlellcTua InitltuM.f mired. Send AreH Street, rlllLlDKLrilU, TA. Uedlolae, NERVE RESTORER iDliiln ik..l 003 nt $M)YeJB: HAMlfoN APOSTAt QW AJ WE Witt 5EUTWU OUR 156 ROB IttUSTRATED OVTAUJOiJE FREE SOUTHERN Homeseekers' Guide ICverr bomoseeker should address either J. F. A. Q. 1'. A., Manchester. la. I W. A, KGM3ND, A. O. 1'. A.. LoulSTllle, Ky., or 6. O. HATCH. I). P. A., Cincinnati.!)., for a free cop) of tho ILLINOIS Or.NTUAI. ItAlXKOAU'a MERUIT, anti-to.xin- 1 - ntr?rtPV l.At iuau. Best Couuh Byrup. In time. Bold by drumtlats. UUHta IBOWlNCHESTE AVE r HtW M WM VOWW t soUTiinit.v A. N. nntnt All tut Ails. Tastes Good. tmusKEituns' ouide. 1677 K.- -E WHEN AVltlTINU TO AUVJJUTISKRH please tnto tlint you saw tUe Adrcrtlw rnt in mu pnpen ',