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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1897 mou1897102201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. JMy ID lufl 'i 1 i 1 n a 1 1H Jl 1 ll NUMBER 7. 3 VOLUME XII. I MT. VERNON, KENTUCISf, FRIDAY, OCTOBER . f KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. LOADS FIVE DEATHS 3 Horses Arrive at the Track of the Of Yellow 1'crer nt New Orleans Mon. Louisville Drb Ins and Kolr Association. l ,,ayTIl,, Mnkc(( 100 IJeBtll, 0llt of LOUISVILLE, Ky., Oct 18. Eight Cftl Total of Less Than OOO Cases. loads of horses, tho fastest harness pert, kkw Ori.ka.ns, Oct 19. llcfore seven formers to bo found in America, havo ovc,lock Monday evening the 100 mark nrrived at the track of tho Louisville jbf deaths during tho present period of Driving and Fair association from Lex-- 1 yellow fever prevalence had been ington, Ky. There are now quartered reached. When tho board of health nt tho track nearly 400 horses, and 200 closed Its books Sunday night thero more are expected to arrive MondayJ; ra(l been 0.5 fatal cases. Between Suns'. It. Uowno, the driver of Robert J. yay night and nightfall Monday seven and John It. Gentry, said Mon-- j deaths were reported. This century day night that he would drivoj 'pi deaths has occurred as among less In tho match race nextl ihun 030 cases that havo been reported Gentry Friday and that Ed Gecrs would 0 tho board since early In September drive Robert J. The two great pacers. Jyhen the first case made its appearance will pace tho best threo in five heutsjjj In Now Orleans, As usual, however, Mr: Uowno was out at tho track SaturUMonday's record has been swelled by day afternoon and exercised his chargcsMhc terrible criminal neglect of the poor-bot- li as a team and separately. .They, Cr classes. Tho record Monday was by were not given any fast work, how-- j no means reassuring. Early Monday over. All day the track was alive with Evening the new cases exceeded 30 and horses who wore sent around for qunr the deaths had reached seven and tor and halves at a lively clip. All the theretofore the greatest number of horsemen agreed that tho track was in, deaths on u single day has been nine. spleudid condition and they predlctecli '.The cases, as on other days, havo a remarkably successful meeting 11 i bobbed up in all directions. The quar did not lain, as happened lust year. antine system is still in effect, but it Jlocs not seem to restrain tho spread of A DECISION V (tho infection and the opinion seems to Handed Down uy tho Court of Appeal Jbo born out that yellow fever is not at Whkh Knocks Out n Misconstruction of 'all contagious but atmospherically in- 1111 Old Opinion lu the Local Option Lav jfectious. FjiA.VKKOitr, Ky., Oct. 10. Iu the . Two jlvcs might have bcen saved if court of appeals Friday morning Chlel any aUcmpt had been mado to glvo tho Justice Lewis handed down an opinion paticnts attention. Early Monday which knocks out tho sensational conj-- f morning Coroner Lemmonnler found struction that was put on an old opln-- j the duad body of pepino Goralofo in a ion, nud by which It was thought niosj houso on Burffundy street. The body of the local option towns of tho state was lying on the floor and thoso in the had become "wet" on September 29 placo 6aid that tho man had gone to last Ho virtually holds that all thesoT bed and roned out upon the floor in a 3 stupor are as "dry" as they ever were. It took Dr Lemmonnier about The opinion is in the case of Stumper, two mtnutes to decidc that tho man vs. the Commonwealth from Carterl had died from a gcnuino caso of county. J yellow fever, and a subsequent . It explains" tho Old Opinion Of JlldgOj al,tnMV confirms! tlin rlnntm-'- linst.v Hazelrlgg, which, lie- says, did not? dagn0sls. Tho body was immediately luuuu buui nil uiuau uiu iwuui iii'm ivuuiii buried. Later on during tho day tho stand repealed September 28, but thufc coroner was called to view the body of on that day tho penoltic's provided iii! Antonio Rarrone. The coroner at once all these local nets must become unt diagnosed tho case us also one of yelform. This uniform penalty is now irti low fever. Both of these cases had existence, he says, and consists of n fine been absolutely concealed from tho auof from S100 to SJ00 for each VlUiUllUUj thorities and had died without a doctor i .. nnto .1.I1 n. 4I111D11 IUVIU civba WUU11 .In .ml tKbIIVI- - i being called in to give relief. Tho first w liv.l. V.1 IIH.OW Wise conflict with tho constitution and case of yellow fever at Ilaton Rouge, which are btill In force, the capitql of the state, was reported The caso was that of Willie , Monday. A FARMER ulivas, who lives on the outskirts of tho Assassinated Near Louisville hy Three Ky. EIGHT CAR jf 22, 1897. CURRENT TOPICS. I BRIDE WENT INSANE In full bloom. After the Wedding, and Now She Must Go to an Asylum. I'ivk persons havo been burned to Ky Oct. 10 A sad case Louisvim-k- , dentil lu forest fires iilon tho Canada came to light Friday morning in tho Atlantic railroad. Two wealthy Hebrews of Uagdad criminal court when an inquest was now own ull thnt remains of tho an- held to pass upon the mental condition Sho was of Mrs. Katie Mohlenkamp. cient town of llabylon. Tiik coiirbo pursued by tho French not brought into court Mrs. MohlenIn Egypt and west Africa Is causing kamp, who is 25 years old, was marriedn August 20 to lien Mohlenkamp, a England much concern. man of tho East End. Fahmiiiis near Centrnlln, 111., claim marThey went on tho day the screw worms arc causing deaths riage to Mohlcnkuinp's of theirand on home, among their cattle, sheep and hogs. the following day Mrs. Mohlenkamp Exw.i'.ss leather belts, acting us mov- began to exhibit signs of Insanity. , ing" convey the patrons of e&ndltlon has been growing grada largo Parisian storo from one floor to Her worse. ually another. The physicians arc of the opinion A 1Mch.mo.nd (Vn.) woman has been insanity was superinduced by put under 5300 bond in police court for that her the excitement of marriage. Her" sister being a common scold, under an e has been in the asylum twice. Tho jury law. which heard the case declared her to bo XKAW.Y every man.voman and child of unsound mind. Sho was taken to In Egypt is a smoker cigarettes and the asylum. u plpo is hardly over seen in the mouth HORRIBLE ACCIDENT of a native. Wai.kkh Fiiankmn, of Hopkins coun- A h llolo In Ills Abdomen Unt the ty, Kentucky, owns a coat which his Hoy Still Lives. Lawhknceijuho, Ky., Oct. 10. John wore at his marriage in 180it. son of Thompson, the Tun United Typothcttu of America at George Thompson, of Pinchem, this Nashville tuloptcd a resolution favor- county, suffered a most horrible acStarting ing arbitration for the settlement of cident Friday afternoon. lubor troubles. hunting he dropped his gun and tho enIr is a mistake to Mipposo that stone tire load of No. 5 shot entered his bowels, tearing a hole six Inches long and houses are the most tlurul . A we brick houso will outlait allowing tho whole abdominal contents to nrotrude. Drs. Kuvanamrh.-- Lilian! one built of granite. ""Tf7goverinnont has Issued Invita- Uund Davis weromfWWoncoT The boy tions to foreign countries to partici- was put On un.finprovised ppexfltlng pate In the fishery congress to be held table und kept there three hours. Six Inches of Intestine were removed. At at Tampa, Flu., In January, 180S. alivo. "It Is estimated," says tho Haltimorc the end of the ordeal tho boy was which American, "Unit there will be invested There is no case on record from in new mills, additions und repairs In u recovery was made. the houth this year fully 815,000,000. Jlluii Slurdered In Louisville. Samuki. Anwikw Guidons, nn old Louisvh.i.e, Oct. 15. At 11 o'clock Georgia Xegro, claims to bo U years Thursday night tho police found tho old, and says he remembers tho revolu- body of O. IJ. Pumphrey, who was tion and the meteoric shower 1 1833. three years ago a candidate for clerk Miss Km.a It. Noniim has entered tho of the city, lying In an alley in tho law class of the South Carolina college East End. Thero was a large hole in at Gjgpinhhi. She is the first woman tho back of Pumphroy's head, which in the state to Inaugurate the innova- tho coroucr decided caused his death. tion. That official, after an Investigation, Fifty-o.n- k metals are now known to reached the conclusion that Pumphrey exist, 30 of which have been discover- was murdered. The man's clothes had ed within tho present century. Four been rifled and there was evidence of a hundred years no only seven were struggle on tho spot where ho was ... i found. Tho - police have a""" clew to . jmam r it .i, I KRftV" o .. , Si well-knowstuh-uuhcsold-tim.- A sixouran frcnk of nature in Mercer county, Kentucky, Is a cherry treo rst rr-o- THE FARMERS' BANK " and TRUST COMPANY, Buccossors to tho Lincoln National STANFORD. OP KY. Bank. By provision of lt9 charter, depositors ore as fully protected as are depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par value thereof in addition to the amount iuvestcd in such shares: It may act bs Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Eeceiver, as an individual. Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Stanford, Kentucky, December 31, 1896. RESOURCES. Loans onrt Discounts Overdrafts Other Stocks and Honfls Duo from National Banks llanklng House furniture una Fixtures Cunli LIA1UL1T1ES .. Capital Stook Surplus Fund 1,08107 ... Individual Deposits 4I.I01B2 6,58900 Duo from National DankiJ ".... 800.00 Duslromitato Bunks. ...'Ij R77.010.ei 7,07(1 IB 10 Tffl C9 IS 0, OftW 17,003 80 it l:VI7t)8t 3,875 Jl 5,303 81 I3.2,8 8) Six-Inc- great-grandfath- er J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, Ky John M. Hail, Stanford, Ky. Directors. J. E. Lynn S.J Embry, William Gooch, W. H. Cumraings, Preachersville, Ky. W. A. Carpenter, Millcdgeville, K Jno, S. Owsley, Stanford, Ky. Jno. F. Cash 1 S. H. SHANKS, President. . J, 33. OWSLEY. Cashier W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. 6TWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, and they will receive prompt attention J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier A. PENNINGTON -- DEALER IN- - 1 1 GENERAL ERCHA DISE. I AM Mv Store is on the Corner of Main Street and Taylor Avenue, iLft?fa2jfeTb PrAcliwti.ri'iti anil "RnTlafr- PViitrnlifj w..n...J. rv"vwiwv-cArf-.-'-'v-"-." SELUNG GOODS IOWER THAN THEY WERE EVER SOLD BEFORE IN MT. VERNON. Neat """.;,. r.'tSt2ltk wat&&kxttr,rttttym nS-.V- J T TriitllliWlIf if 4 t- My Louisville, Ky.( .Oct.. known Men. tho t nrj -- -- -. T'.'Seastlcsr formerly tho homes of warlike chiefs, are to be found overlooking its waters. Fhkhidknt IlAiti'i-.u- , of tho University of Chicngo, says that any member of the football team eutight in tho act of forgetting that ho is a gentleman will be expelled. It Is claimed by an electrical expert thatevery locomotive in Scotland could bo run generated by the water power now going to waste in Scotland streams. "IIonous of war" is the privilege allowed to the enemy on capitulation of being permitted to retain thoir arms. This Is tho highest honor n victor can pay a vanquished foe. 1'itixcK HiSMAiicic, it appears, is now an enthusiastic admirer of the bicycle. He approves of women riding and rcj grots that ho Is too old and stiff to take part in tho sport himself. Tin: bicycle, as well ns tho Wide, now forms a part of tho missionary's outfit. It Is suld that four-fifth- s of tho departing missionaries take tho wheel witli them when they go abroad. TiiEitE are botween 'J8,0( and 30,000 htuduits in tho different colleges of the University of Paris, several times as many as nre found In any other Institution in the world. In tho German Puteiit Patknt ltccord Is: "Frauleln Elfrida Ltitikioi witz apparatus for keeping tho cheeks full. This apparatus is worn in tho mouth and is fastend to tho jaw." Miss Snmzu Nauusi: is a Japnneso woman studying medicine In a Now York hospital. Sho has boon trained In .lapancbc hospitals, but camo to this country to btudy American methods. A' lis. Saiiaii Tnimv, aged 105 yeaw, but bright and active, entertained ht:r friends at a birthday party nt her homo in Philadelphia the other day, and was us merry as tho youngest of her guests. ItKroiiTfl from tho Memphis cotton district show a damago of 13J per cent to the crop by drought. Tho section affected Includes north Mississippi, north Louisiana, Arkansas and west Tennessee. Tun contract has been lot for the ronstruction of a monument to tho lute Senator Vance, to bo erected In Court iquarc, at Ashevlllo, N. C. Tho shaft tvill bo 'J.I feet high, will bo built of jranlto and will cost $3,753. The Massachusetts bureau of statls-Slc- s has lately published n report show-,r- g that there are 70,780 more women dian men in Massachusetts, 27,000 of '.his excess being women botween tho iges of 20 and 20, the most marriage-iblperiod. A srnciAr. session of tho evangelical jonststory of tho province of East Prussia has passed an almost unanimous vote of consuro against thu emperor because he hoa broken the Sun-Jarest law by hunting in tho forest al , o llrulal Act of n Negro Woman. Mayfield. Ky., Oct 15. A fever of intenso excitement wus created here Thursday over the brutal net of a Negro woman In an attempt to burn to death a white woman named Mrs. Ilrents MeKelvy. The Negro woman entered the McKely homestead and demanded of Mrs. MeKelvy her jewelry und money. Upon her refusal to give up her valuables the black virago threw Mrs. MeKelvy across a red hot btove anil field her until sho received probably fatal burns. Tho Negress then mado her escape. Prisoners IlroiiRht Hack. Nr.wroitr, Ky., Oct. 11. Sheriff iivo deputies arrived In Newport at 8 a. m. Wednesday from was "assassinated" Sunday night by threo unknown men. Ill; head and faco weru filled with shot and he is to die at iiny moment. Kurllcr was returning home from church His farm is on tho rlrcr road six miles out. As ho drove into his front pasture, a wagon driven by a white man rushed up. Three men jumped out and made toward Kurller. One was armed with a shotgun. Ho raised his gun and fired at Kurller. Seeing their victim fall, the assassins sprung into their wagon and escaped. The court of appeals decided that county attorneys were not entitled to 25 percent, of the amount of forfeited bail boniLs, as under tho old law, but were only entitled to 25 per cent, of actual lines assessed against criminals, as provided by the act of 1803, which left out the word "forfeitures" that was in the old law. This will greatly reduce the fees of county attorneys in.Tefferson, Campbell, Kenton and Fayette counties. Will Cut Fees. FitANjfi'oiiT, Ky., Oct. 16. deaths, to date deaths, 100; recovered, 448; under treatment, 323. Fkanklin, La., Oct. 19. Two cases .of yellow fever have been reported hero by Dr. Smith, president of tho parish board of health. One of tho patients Is Miss Clara Crawford who is critically ill, the other is a little Portuguese girl who was living in a house adjoining that in which Cairo died a few day's ago. THE SUPREME COURT, In the Cuso of tho Southern Purine Railroad Company tho United State, Decides Against the Itallroait Compan. Washinoto.v, Oct. 10. The United States supremo court Monday rendered an opinion against the railroad company in tho caso of the Southern Pacific, Railroad company vs. the United States brought here from tho circuit court for the ninth circuit. The cat.o involved about 700,000 acres of land in southern California and grew out of tho fact that tho forfeited land grant of tho Atlantic & Pacific Railto road company was overlapped some extent claimed by lands under government grant by the Southern Pacific. Tho Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Co., originally claimed tho lands in controversy ond its original maps of location along the lino of tlieso lands were accopted by the land ofllco but congress declared tho lands forfeited and thereupon tho Sontli-or- n Pacific, whose grant overlapped that of the Atlantic and Pacific thereupon set up title to tho lands. Tho circuit court, however, decided against the Southern Pacific and tho supreme court Monday affirmed that decision so far as concerns tho railway company but remanded to the lower court for decision the cases of about 200 persons who had purchased part of the hinds from the railroad company. 'J'he supremo court Monday advanced the urgument of tho Durrant murder case, brought here from San Franelbco and set it for hearing November 15. 7. 305, Total cases of yellow fever yenowierer I iuonuay-HY- liKdkNew !! ii..jvr . mm , Goods and Hard Time Prices Call and 8ee Mt THE RILEYProprietor, HOUSE RIIBY, B. F LONDON, - - KENTUCKY. the t. I have movGd to my new Hotel ar d am better prepared Good Livery a1 than ever to accommodate tho public. tached and every convenience desired. Give mo call Plum-incruudh- is Li:xinqton, Ky., Oct. 18. IntcrmiT revenue agents captured James I'eyton while he was working at his moonshine, still in Morgan county, early Friday morning. Tho ptlicers destroyed the still and took Peyton to West LibSuddenly Uxplrcd. where, ho was placed under S350 Ky., Oct. 18. Miss erty, Hoi'KiNSVliXE, bond. Ellen Carothers, a wealthy lady 53 llluntlnjr Ilocks on the Ohio Fulls. years of ago, was sitting at tho tablo 18. Louisvii.LB, Ky., Tho danat her homo near Lafayette, In her gerous rocks in the Oct. chutes around the health, when sho suddenly fell to Ohio falls arc now a thing of tho past usual the floor und expired. and navigation will no longer be obNew Kentucky Postmaster. structed. Eight hundred blasts were WAsm.NaTO.v, Oct. 10. Olga made Sunday and the rocks by the ton was commissioned postmaster were torn from tho bottom of the river. nt llurlington, Uoono county, Ky., FriAmhj's Hcmnrlinble I'erformunce. day, vice Dudley Rouse, removed. Lexington. Ky , Oct. 15. Amby Wilt Investigate Chair factory Contract. trotted a heat hero Thursday against Fiiankfokt, Ky., Oct H. Assistant time in SilOJf, which is probably the Adjutant General Forrester will Inves- fastest mile made by a tigate the prison chair factory con- stallion this year, but Is bix seconds tract on his own account. slower than the record for colts of this Kirk-patrlc- Maybvlllo with tho 11 men who had been taken to tho jail of Mason county, Kentucky, for fear that n. mob might avenge tho assault by tho 12 men on Mrs. Thomas Glcason a week ago. Tho men were brought back in order that they may bo within the county during the investigation of Iho assault by the grand jury, which convened Wedncs- doy. BlcCrvary Not n Candidate for Senator. lliciiMOND, Ky., Oct. 18. Hon. James II. McCrcary denies tho published report that ho will bo a candidate for United States senator to succeed Senator Lindsay. He has no nspiratlons nt all along this line at present. Tho general opinion among politicians of this district is that ho desires to again represent tho Eighth district in congress, and he is believed to bo now laying his plans to capture tho nomination. Colored Girl AVI til a IMunla. 10. Frank LouiBVir.r.i;, Ky., Oct. Meyers, eight years old, son of Corporal Meyers, was on his way liome from school Friday when Bertha Locust, a colored girl, without provocation, plunged a knifo into his cheek just tho eye. Meyers may loso his eye. This is the third caso of the sort reported against tho girl, who seems to havo u mania for assaulting little white boys. bo-lo- The Sambrook Hotel, Convenient to railroad station. Livingston Rates reasonable. Porters meet all trains. H M Ky ft' Louisviixk, Ky , Oct. IS - William Winston, a lloston traveling man, was robbed of n S500 diamond pin at the Tenth street station Sunday, Winston was greeted by a man ho thought was a New York friend. The fellow told Winston his tie was disarranged and fixed it for hlin, and a few moments later Winston missed his phi. The thief escaped. McCreary, of Richmond, who served on tho international monetary conference by appointment of President Cleveland, but who lias since developed into a frco silver leader, will, it is bald, bo a candidate to succeed lilack-bur- n Senator Lindsay. is also a candidate. A Tho Way Ho Fixed Ills Crmnt. Druggists and Pharmaclsto. Congressman McCrcary fur Senator. Kiiankfokt, Ky., Oct. 15. MC.& D.N, WILLIAMS m Mt. Vernon, Ky. We carrv Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &e. Prescrip tions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call lor goods usually kept in first-clas- s 1 1 m TlSi 'I $ 54? Moonshiner's Still Destroyed. A drugstore. IrSMBifO m ft' &X. ULkiH Vf THREE MEN KILLED Jly tho Implosion of n Holler of tho Steamer tl. II, Force, Neiir l'ltUliurRh, I'u. CiiAJtiEiioi, Pu., Oct 10. Monday k d Diphtheria In Hell County.-- ' Ky., Oct. 14. Diphtheria Germany import 5,000,000 worth ol is Pineville, prevalent in this county, reported yearly. Of this Austria-Hungaroooks and there is considerable excitement. Switzerfurnishes 81,800,000 worth. A Strike at llecla Mines. Franco 8700,000. land 8800,000. Eahunoton, Ky., Oct. 14. Tho minand Graud Britain 8100,000 each, ers of tho Hecla Coal Co. aro out on a Russia, 8780,000. the United StutesSutO,-)0itrlke. Thoy claim unjust weight.- 8500,000. and other omutrics f Roniinten.- y Hoi-lau- age. Four Men Seriously Hurt. HopkiKoVILLE, Ky., Oct. 10. Whilt boring a well neur Cobb, Ky., the boilct exploded, seriously injuring W. II, The Oralium and three of his hands to tho boiler and outfit amounted to 51,000. daisage night, by tho explosion of the boiler of the steamer (5. 15. Force, owned by tho Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., tlic captain, James Ryan, and tho cook, Wm. Patterson, wero Instantly killed. Tho body of Patterson was found late Monday night COO yards across the river deeply buried In the sand and terribly mutilated. Tho body of tho captain has not as yet been recovered. Clias. Crabb, engineer of tho boat, escaped uninjured, but the balnnco of the crow were all badly scorched and bruised, but nono dangerously hurt. Tho explosion wasso.heavy that tho earth trembled for moro than a mile, windows wero broken throughout tho town, und for half a mile away, ,and houses were shaken as with an earthquake here, und as far away as lock No. 4, people run into Ilia streets to b'cc what had happened, and people camo into town to loam of the disaster." First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Capital Stock 200,000. . Surplus 23,100 . -- DIRECTORS" J, W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F, Rcid T. P. Hill, S. H. Dauchman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, . J. S. Hacker and M. J. Miller. We solicit the accounts ol the citizens ol Rocltcastlc and adjoining counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view to business lelatious, respectfully invited J, S. 1IOCKER, Prcs. , JNO. ). McROBEUTS, Cashier, J.M M3iH.4U-L!a!- a imrKJi win, ti niwmn miMnmiiuii-i1- "" lumiiuu-uituuugg- g jjiiiiii' nviuuMwmjriMtjmxiasnoMUaAXUMi.i!AMniiisiK did not come. When we did meet Sale. On October 29, he would have some excuse lor not a farm 200 acres. 120 acres under lully settling and I never failed o cultivation; well watered aud meet him when agreed on but what House of four rooms, barn, I notified him of the fact. I had l6' gratiery, &c; two tenant houses. .settle with the Auditor and de- 'Situated on Somerset road five manded the money of Mr. Wood ftiilcs from Mt. Vcruo". Will rilso and he ucer at any time denied1 Tpll on same day three head ot being bch ml and I had to make norsts, 3 head of ealtje aud some my settlement as is lequired bylaw, sheep Also household and kitch and had to pay out of my own en furniture. Terms made known pocket what Mr. Wood had. Jailed on (h of sale. Wagon and fannto pay over. I want my money ing implements will be sold. back and hae often told him I ' Mrs. Kmzaiietii Lawrence. wanted it and needed it. Mr? 1 ' Judge & W. McClurc. Independ, Wood seemed to not care whether he paid it or not and that was tin? cut candidate for County Attorney, reason why I bi ought suit for whatj at the age of 18 left home and all that was near and dear to him aud was justly due me from him. Mr. Wood says that I am indebt-- j joined the Union army as a private 'and within one year, such was his ed to him from $300 to $500. Ij presume that is the amount that he jgallaut scrvice'tuat in.pite of, his would have kept had he of rode as youth; he was made lieutenant. my deputy this year, Had I owed In this capacity he served about three months when he was made a Mr. Wood do, jou think that would of brought suit against him. captain which position he held unTo show the people that I am in til Lee surrendered at A'ppomattox. good faith, and know how J. J. He then returned to the wnlks of Wood has done, and how badly he civil life. In 1874 he was elected County Judge and was has treated me aud the I have brought suit iu good faith hi I878. He was always fajr and In 1890 he and will gladly submit it to a jury impartial as a court. attorney and it of this county I would not do was elected county Mr. Wood the slightest injury but is agreed by all, that he made ona I want the truth told now, and if f the best and most fearless ats he swears before the jury what he. wrney's wejhave ever had. No man says in his article I will show, by" has ever accused him of partiality. good witnesses that he has sworn He prosecuted all alike. He asked a falsehood. The suit was the only not himself the quesllon when he way I had to get the peoples money went to prosecute a man, "is this out of his hands as he refused to man rich or poor? Will he make pay it over aud I have duned hjui or lose me a vote?" He knew no man's politic's or over a dozen times. 1 never sugreligion but he ever did his duty gested to him that I would arbitrate the case. He, only, did that 'without fearor tavor. He is one and delayed settlement until it 'was 'of the finest interiogators at the too late to bring suit for Circuit bar and a strong advocate and can Court. I do not try to deceivq .easily l6ok through a fabric of 'falsehood and sees the truth in a any one. case. Elect him and RockcastleYours respectfully, , .. 'will have a good and safe C6uniy - W, G. Mueeins. ,, Attorney, c l'L-nwtim-beicd. been rend ghy some people) wl 0 don'tjkuo.v tKipuaoually, I1 writ, in order that justice, bqj done and FKIPAY, Ol't. 22, lSJ7. sl: my county pipers for sufhu.-spice to ms.;rt jtiiL, articK ',Tul prim.iry being ovei , and the vi u- r "GiUlisficJ cry Ft iday bv ' beinj; highly pleaded with the JAM! V MARET, to boliLe, and theielbre has suit, the article cannot be charnter-i.tSl.OO SUBSCRIPTION ONIS YEAR as campaign "pievarication. ' Respectfully. Advertising rales made known on J. K. McClary. application Mt. Vernon a Sienal THE . NEW MYER HOUSE"AL. G. HUFFMAN, - Prov'r NEW MANAGKMI'.N ,i.ta?rtnxmr m.i t VflvSmiM1 . i " - '" te-le- d LIGIITED BY ELECTRICITY, WATER JN HOUSE, READING ROOM Special Attention Mivii to Commercial Men nauFINE WINES, LIQUORS, BEERS AND CIGARS.ffl832.6rao u . Stanford, pfFa 1 r 'fa mssm Ky. t- PURNISHEXCT d 11 Mt. Vkrnon, Ky., Oct. Dtntflcrntic 18, '97 iVSETAL FLOORING . ROOFING, y SIDN1G r STANFORD, KYI y--j & 1 1 Ticket. To the young men of Rockcastle County: We have known R. G. Williams our lives and know that he has always been the friend of young men. Pic has helped us when we couldn't help ourselves. He has encouraged us to oe manly men. We have been intimately acquaint ed with Dick Williams, and we bay to the people that we never saw him take.a drink nor never heard of him taking one.- We never heard him swear an oath in allour lives. For our part we propose to cast our vote for him and we advise all others to do likewise if you want a sale, reliable man to be Judge. It was.conuption in politics "that overthiew the Roman Empire and the same cause destroyed the French Republic. Look at the rottenness in the City of Louisville and the best men politics have declared their intention to work and vote against it. Will we do the same thiug hete? Do we want a sober man for judge? Then vote for Dick Williams. Dp we wnaut a fair and impartial judge? Then vote for Dirk Williams.. For these reasons;and many others we will gladly, yes, proudly cast our votes for him in November. all - For Clerk Court of Appeals, S. J. SHACKELFORD. For Representative, 15. R, BAKER, Independent Ticket. A. CSIME, CEILING Urf Farm, , NSSTsr' and Yard igi cS FINSH. Fence. vll f ' K2r w y Stanford, Kentucky. ISV 3 "". ' Dealers in tax-payer- s, Carriages, Wagons, Hay SADDLES and HARNESS. , L f Sc . Seeds. j ) b'or County Judge. R. G. WILLIAMS, FARMINGIMPLEMENTS-AL- Patronage of Roclccastle Solicited. . KIMDS For County Attorney. G. W.' McCLURE. THE REAL ESTATE EXHAWGB. OF- - For Sheriff, J. V. BAKER. ST AN FORD, KY. Has a number ot fine Blue Grass farms for sale and exchange, ranging- iu area fromjio to 1,200 acres in a boundary, and in priccfrom $20 to $ 100 per acre. Can Suit purchaser in price, terms, location, &c. in this or any other State in the United States. ' Office in Interiot ) J. H. SOWDER, j Gcn'l Manager. ' ' Journal Building, - 4 40 Mt. Vernon, Ky., Oct. 18. '97. Editoi Signal: There was circulated on the "eve" of the late "primary election" a printed "hand-bill,- " bearing the signature of Judge James Denton, who was a candidate for Circuit Judge before said primary, which Most Respectfully, contained, among other things, a Ciias. C. Davis, I furnished the Mt Vernon Re-- . statement reflecting upon the offiJoshua Borking, Jr. publican with a copy of the above. r cial conduct of Judge MorLIVINGSTON. aiticle. They refused to publish it. row, who was also"a candidate Withers, Ky , Oct. 18, '97 C Mulling n for said office, and incidentally, John jeNew Siore, W. S. Cummins upon this writer as one of his Mr. Editor.-- Ldetdre to amver, the. W4.iu(,j tfM" - is .opened a faniilyifaucy grocery v VA . Tr i !" j Master" Commissioners." Tn thrCook sTo7liol.Se The article m las't week's. Repulican," S5?. . - Comity of Rockcastle. same statement was reiterated in signed J. J. Wood tne ena 01 me new onuge. Jiest public addresses by Denton and It is in defense of justice and I, Henry Hamilton, until "four goods, lowest prices. Manufact some ol his ardent supporters, right that thejj people novv know weeks ago, a citizen of 'llenry urer of brooms for the trade. 3t xramong whom was James R. Cook. the facts since Mr. Woodj has county, Mo , being duly sworn, deThe statement to which I refer, as sought to explain them. I ami, 47 poses and says that .the statement I now remember it, was. "That years of ageand never before sued made in the Mt. Vcrnui Republi- 'mt- DR. A. G. T OVELL J. K. McClan as "Master Com- any man, and I would not have can by J. J. Hamilton, (his cousin) ' missioner of the Rockcastle Cir- sued Mr. Wood had he showed in regard to the actions ol John, W. and Surgeon, cuit Court." "had not executed a any desire to do what was right. rjuiisr, wmic a citizen 01 me etatc tf Physician bond since the yeark 1S87." The I desire to say that Jthe contract Missouri, is entirely false. MT VERNON, KY The deponent states that he lived idea to be couvey-- d published by 'Mr. Wood last week was, that 'Office North bide Alain street the bond then given was void, as was revokedjin the presence of R. a neighbor, to Johc W. Baker in to the official conduct of the Com- B. Mullics,' C. M. Cutnmins, J. J. Mjssouri, and he was a good citimissioner now and for years past; Wood and myself and that J. J. zen and a law abiding man. HfJNRY HAMriTON. and that the Court had failed to Wood'never rode a day under that Subscribed and sworn to bedo his duty in not having the bond contract. The contract under COURT CALENDAR. ' lenewed, &c, &c. Mr. Cook re- which he rode was made in the fore me by Henry Hamilton, this I. peated the statement to a laige au- presence of the above named par 15th day ot Cctober 1897. I in COUNTY COUrtT-Iou- rHi ench month f QUARTERLY COUItT-Fities, and it was that he was tojjhave Mon- rat dience in the Court House, atMt. j J. B. Fish, J. M. V. P. C. u day in January, April. July and Ocdisof the county made up of Vernon, on the Thursday before tober. - CIRCUIT nd Monday the primary, and I then and there tricts Nos. 2 and 3 and to collect inlVbruary. Fourth JJonday in May 'and Third Monday in September publicly denounced it as untrue, thq back tax duejfor the years '93 Franki'ort, Ky., Sept. 12 '97 l MT VIJKNON PULICE COURT and stated 'hat I had after my and '94. These distiipts, as evi . Third Monday in each month. Signai.. ' second appointment, in the year dence of the truth of this state- Editor I wish to express an earnest re 1893, executed a new bond and ment. I refer you to R. B. Mullins that no man had lost a dollar in and C. M. Cummins, who were quest through the columns of your consequence of my not having exe- present when the contract was paper: LIES HOUSE, lo ractlj Atwcorab Hotel cuted one annually, as he contend- made aud the further fact that Mr t ., Gentlemen ot the County of ed should have been done. I now Wood collected the back taxes in Rockcastle. HUGH MILLER, Prop'r You have a man t; ,' emphasise that statement by say- these districts. Mr. Wood never MT VERNON, Ky now a candidate for County Judge ing, I did execute the bond re- claimed more than these two disCSTPorters meet all train quired by law in 1893, and for con- tricts. Mr. Wood says theie is that is opposed to any corruption Commercial Men's Headquar-terd- . firmation of this declaration, refer- little foundation for what has Will you, if you please, vote for ence is made to the records of the been said, confessing there is some the man that is against anything Rockcastle Circuit Court. I desire foundation for it. Mr. Wood rode that will pat a man in a place like to state further, that the sureties as my deputy under the above the writer is now in. Gentlemen, who went on that bond are icspou-sibl- named contract for two years. I am not any politician, but only a for my official conduct from For the year 1S95 he was behind convict, aud you all well know ; UNDERTAKER that time to the present and will between $300 and S500. For the what has been my ruin. Oh, fathso continue.uulesa a new bond is year 1896 about the same making executed. Neither Judge Denton the amount behind lor the two ers that have Sous, let me appeal or Mr. Cook will controvert this years $898. ,1 then dismissed him to you to lay aside politics aud proposition law. I had supposed as rav deputy. I had been honored vote for the man that will uphold my public denial, which was ac- by the people of Rockcastle coun Young men let me morality, cepted by Mr. Cook as true, would tv at the polls and made their ou that many nights since settle the question permanently, sheriff, and I thought it my duty warn but have learned in past dny or to them not to have a deputy who my incarceration iu prison, my two that there aie men who" saw would collect their money aud pillow has been wet with grieving it the "hand-bill- , "and did not hear it to his own use and who re- tears. Whisky has wrecked my hie Kept in nil sizes uml diflciciit styles oloth my veision of the matter, and oth-ei- s fuses to pay it over and who Mill Yet the opposiou may be a friend coicrcd draped caskets, robei, linen bosoms who are so constituted that has it 111 ,his own possession. I cufla and collttrs. All on'cr by telegraph of mine, that I hope he is still a (promptly attended to day and nielit. they will believe anything seen in never asked Mr. Wood in the priprinf, if not controverted in same mary to be for Cummins, as I had gentleman; I boldly say I would way, who are still repeating the dismissed him at the beginning of be if I had a chance. Vote ior the G, W. McCLURE, statement, with uulavorable criti- the year '97. When he states that I man that will fight the doWu fall of ey-a- tw, I cisms upon the official conduct of promised to meet mm 12 or 13 humanity; vole lor Littta Dick WilMt. Vernon, Ky juage Morrow and myself. To times and failed as often to meet liams. Try him once. ,1 am as All business entrusted to my those who know us no denial is' him, he simply says a lie. The ' ever an humble convict. ,, Jcare'wlU receive prompt attention. necessary; but as the false is, we did meet several times C. W. Nkwcomb viucc; ocluiiu Jiuor oi new ones incut was heralded" throughout In order to settle. The first time on Church street. the 28th Judicial district, as I am agreed upon, Mi. Wood himself 1 C T. Mt. - Vernon iooicvvw--w-- - - C t ollegiate-Institit- e 'f ViMi IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE.! Fall Session Opens Septembr Academic, Intermediate, and flflL' 6, 1897, - r5S?j R Life atffjr! . Primarv. Denartineiits. k L. IVI. i SCROGGS, Principal, . Wprlc foreachSr"?fji. , .e ;- - I JONA! eeGo For Everything in MCKENZIE anywhere. to j , r t Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoe GENERAL MERCHANDISE. ., He will give you better bargains than can be secured X W. W WITHERS Stanford, Ky. 1 -- OOURl-Stco- Carpets, Furniture Wall Paper, ' askets and .Coffins.;! Straw Matting all. prices Prices have been reduced. kind call on If in need of any tnirig of tlib' ..WILLIS GRIFFIN Coly r Hotel Frith. F. FRANGISCO, Propr. Located at the ' vj- - MARBLE CUTTERS, I3RODHEAD, KY, vO r, I e Monuments, Tombstones, and work of all kinda in that lino done on snort notice at the lowest rates write for estimateswill send a man to you to make estimates "and fjive prices. R. II. HAMM, balcsiut 11. 4 '" ! con-ve- FINE CORNS J C. McClary, t: - Depot:$ga UNDERTAKER. PRACTICAL EMBALMER, STANFORD, KY; nS1' . Brodlicad, tty. Good Livery L g. Aatthcd Attorn La I Meet all Trains, Day aud rTight. Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited. Will fur nish lunches on all Trains. Stock Complete.' ers a Specialty. TeJegrapli;Ords I Mt. Vernon Signal ' FILED. F0KGKR1ES. Charge Against a Pension ' VAttor-ne- ' . , -- W I am .nob ti cnnditlnto for ' .v.. ... : y Mr. Vi?Rtii)ri, Kv Oct. 22, 1097., ':..r.V. S. v C. FRANKUN. Ky., Oct. 18, 97. DAVSS & DEALERS IN of Mt. Vernor, Disbarred From Iniu-rio- Ky. r Entered nt (lie Ml. Vernon, Ky,, .Ist'ISce ut.icc. v oad'Clasi ranll matter. Department I, & tt.' LOC4.L TIME CARD. ' .1 Day Mail 'North 11:39 n m bay MaifS,outh . ..2:22pm Night Ijx., North... ...;..;. 2:i2a','m Night Ex. South 1:09 a in -: ' r " J. A. Landrum, Agent.. Washington. .Sepi Attorneys Samuel' B. McLean, of Pittsburg, Pa.; M. M. Chase, of Be-,- f .Ios Angeles, Cal., and D.-thiirum, of Mt. yernon, Ky.--, have ' been disbarred from practice before the Interior Department. The - Af ..,Dear Editor:. We are for Dick Wil- , , . Come to see us. Will se you honest goods at fair prices. Hamster,. Judge. nnd shall vote for CASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO, hiirte.rU :'. : J. J. Smith. i orner R, L. Smith. ' I '..Brodlfead, General SON erchandise 'W . pOld Main and Church Sts MT. VERNON, KY, . We .have just received our fall and .winder .stock of millinery and wjll baye pur opening on October 16, (Saturday.) Everybody invited to call and secajl the litest styles. . . CHURCHES. ' services 1st JcJr 1 Suiwtny Cliristian-JIolnt lln.nV. nnd nt (MO ji. m. Itcv. t'attei -- -. jftbtor. r ds & '. Presbyterian lipids 'icry)cet on tho Itli Sunday here, and on tho ugstou. ' .' ) lit Sunday ' - nt Llv first two named are charged with demanding nnd receiving illegal pension fees, nnd Bethurum with tiling lorgeu declarations: in pension cases. (From Friday's Courier Journal, Oct. 1st, 1st 1897. .Saturday School nt Services on , tlio and Suodny. 0 a m crcry Sumlny. meeting on Tuesday night. Itcv. J C pcMtor. Il.lptlst Cliurcli night We published the above telegram in the SitiriAt of Oct. 8th, 187, and a great many believe it was a false announcement. We have proSecond cured from the Interior Department a cooy of the original order and it Suudny can be found on file in this office; and below you will find the order, ' "' Prayer published in full. , Car-tnlca- l. .Vithers, Ky., Oct, 19, 97. Dear' Edflpr Of Signal: "' We shall ;..,. cast our vtites for R. G. Williams for 'it. Judge andthink all other good Re- publicansjjiliould do the same thing. ; ' '' Mrs S. C. Franklin & Co. w to Make vWUhout Work, . . Swlofi y. Make out a list of your needs for Winter for yourself and family, get on the train and go to SEVERANCE ft SON'S, Stanford, Ky., dealers in Drygoods, Clothing, Hats, & Shoes. . . James A. Bamett, T. C. Mul- lins"t Jame.c H. Cummings, T;L PhilheckC H Mullins, Jr Palestine Harnett, M. Mul- lins, T R Mullins. . In fact, everything to wear. And you will save more money in one day than you can make to save your life. These gentlemen arc up to date merchants and will sell you the best and most stylish goods to be had. Alt lines under one roof, on one roof. I MASONIC. Ct-itife- (l6z t&l - fc Lt?n<ci. '. .Editor. 'Signal: I see Ashland Lodge No. C40 meets crcry 800 olid Saturday at 1 p. tu. DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR. i name ''J.J. Hamilton." Hamilton charges to Section 882 of the Revised Statutes, I her eby certify makes niauy serious Pursuant against my father, J. W. Baker. that the annexed paper is n ttue and complete copy of the disbarring' Mr. Hamilton is not, not never Miss Mattie Williams is nt the D. P. BETHURUM.Iof Mt. Vernon, Ky., from practice before this Dewas finacially responsible for the partment and Bureaus thereof, as it appears upon the files of the DeNashville Exposition. amount of a hen and chickeus. partment. Go to W. S. Cummins for gto- IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto subscribed my The law piovides no redress ccrics. The best house in Living Mr name, and caused the seal of the Department of the against a man of this kind i ston, to be affixed, the day and year first Hamilton's letter .shows to any Interior SKAT.. above written. sensible mail that its contents are Jonas McKcnzic wants the man . N. BLISS, as. fajse as Hell itself. Is it not who borrowed his Macintosh, to re I Secretary of Intel ior. .truly wonderful that a man guilty it. turn ' J.H1 .v Of the thihgs he charges my paid-'th- e fl Judge Carter DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR, WP escape the law and Washington, Sept. 29, 1897". 'Satttr . " B. Farmer, Clerk of day last. U tf &:&&. :w.. For good and sufficient, cause D.P BETHURUM, of, Mt. Veri haveas.Jno J- V non, Ky., will not be recognized from and aftejjthis date as attorney dr the Jackson comity Court, and MatlvW.i)iU'is in Nash- - ngent in the prosecution of nny claim or other .rnatter before the Depart- Judge J110. B. King, have stated ' " ' .unddr.oath and their official sigvJ5tvSJ M(ticS ana the expo- - ment of the Interior or any bureau thereof. nature?. "Not d stain on record WEBSTER DAVIS, against him' nor was there ever." fcjMrs. S. C. Franklin and Acting Secretary.' Irs. If the people knew Mr. Hamilton, JV. W. Grimes are visiting a. Livr I should not have' paid no attention Pgstoii. , TmiIo ii.ftli Mr.f! A.lnma1 wtat'ever. to his' letter. I do not Soup every Saturday at W.'-'"' .. .W3!viiil,l!;rifttlier Hamilton erets anv ' W. S. CMinininsfnew' store in damsbaa,..,- ' thing 'or hiS trash he writes or not, Livingston is the place to buy the ies. . Come iand.'pSee me'.' I ' waut but heJ should have gotten at least best goods at low figures. V. G: ATr3AM3Viy' as H. C. Gentry has teams and rigs your trade. miici asuqas gat apu j. caijkwi Rev. J. C, Carmical left Tuesday for: hire. he did. . If you wish to kupw the latest fOtV Flat Lick to carry on a po- irresponsible persous are Go to. Mrs. Cleo, Brown's for styles ask Mrs. Cleo Brown' ' '""r .trncted meeting for several days, t millinery. circulating "fiVh storries" and as ,, Pat Welsh and son.. John L, left, my father is not at home Miss Lulu Dyer, a very pretty We insist pn you paying your last night for Louisville. I deein.it inV duty to speak for tcachet of Hansford neighbor- subscription. v Latest styles in gentlemen's' him land, to warn the voters that hood , was in town on Saturday ' last, WG Adams, will .pay 10 cents handkerchiefs and ties at Mrs. Cleo these reports are sent out to try to Brown's. work ifijiury to my father. The cash for Eggs. G. W. Baker was iu Tuesday and people of Rockcastle know me and When in town don't fail to see CLOAKS! CLOAKS!! indication:; are that the ticket will know my father, and I call on the Mrs. Brown's fine. selectiontOfl.mil-linery- . le Call on Mrs. Cleo Brown and get go for Williams McClure and of this county to Baker. promptly put under foot all these jjott a cape or jacket. The very Capt, Fitzhugh.ot Wilmore, Ky., malicious reports. latest iu wraps. Dr. Pennington was over In Clay has been in Jackson fishing and Grasping at the last straws on County Sundav and says he found Childreus, arid girls trimmed stopped off here for a few "days. the waters of defeat. Their wall everybody over there for our own hats at Mrs. S. C. Franklin & Co's for 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00, Call Walking hats, Tarn O'Shanters, of bitterness is indeed miserable. R. G Williams. can and see them. Produce taken 'in Sailors, and boys and girls caps, Nothing short of a miracle save them from defeat, and they Harvey Chaney postmastr at exchange. just received at Mrs. S. C. Ftankr now see that they had nothing to Bloss was here Wednesday and lin & Co.'s. do with placing the moon in the said the people generally were for For Sale or Exchange A no good farm of 140 acres, Little Dick and reform. TO CUKK A COI3D IN ON E PAY Skies and consequently work U. G. Baker. dwelling with Take Laxative Bromo Quine Tab- miracles. 500 Owing press of election matter bearing fruit trees. Near Hickory lets. All druggists refund mone -ifitfails to cure. For. sale by My we have been compelled to leave Grove church. MT. Vernon, Ky., Aug. 31, '97 C. &D. N. 'Williams and Wm. out much local and other news items Jesse Roberts. Editor of Signal: m Weberdruggist'. v for the past few weeks. After the Injauswer to an article which apFor Sale or Exchange. BRODHEAD. election we will again give all the peared in the "The Republican" Farm of 120 acres on East Fork of local county news. If you want to secure the best, of last week in regard to the Scaggs creek. Fifty acres ' under prices' for your produce, such some of the County Officials for cultivation. House of four rooms, cash This county has a dungeon as. eggs, turkeys, geese, ducks and We wish to differ from those whose courtesys sake called a jail which good orchard and well watered and C. J.ohn- - uani,es follow that article: chickens., take most of our citizens would be vil timbered, If; necessary, it can be proven by son, Brodhead, Ky. ling to trade off for one with a litJohn G. Cummins. reputable Republican citizens that tle daylight connected with it. By Subscribers. Look at some of said officials have been There will be about three tickets the way who knows what this dunon your paper, it you nna a guijty of official and general conlabel in the race for town offices' this geon cost this county? red "O" it means you eve' us for duct, iiot only unworthy of their ofelection. The citzens tickets is as the paper. Send the .money. Don't ficial positions, but of the dignity Hiram Hurst and Fannie Bird follows: For Police Judge S. C. delay the matter longer. We must an4 morality expected of the humb charged with killing Geo. Kennedy Franklin, Marshal. R. E. Thomp-soou'rdues. .This' is to YOU lest private citizen: Trustees, E. A. Herrin. D. C. have in Nortiiern part of the county and all ;'wh.o "are in arears. Don't M. P. Newcomb, Republican, Sunday night, were brought here Foynter, J. L. Joplin, P. T. Welsh, wait for further dunning. VH. C. Gentry, and lodged in jail Tuesday night. and G. E. McCoy. It is said Kennedy was cut with X wish J. J.. Smith, To thk Democrat, Deputy U. S. Marshal Nelson and died next day. a knife of Rock- James Maret, to say to the Griffin with a posse made n raid in Wm. Poynter, castle county that my term of ofDr Godfrey Hunter, Senator the Worth Eastern part of the coun- fice expires Geo. E. McCoy. Jan. 1, 1898,' 'and I P. J. McMullin, oniocrat, Judges Holt and Deuuey, and ty and Madison a few days .since up my business by that R. P.. Norton, Jas. G. Bailey, republican candidate and captured James Rce, Sr., and must settle as the iw makes it your Republican for Clci k of Court of Appeals, will - . rt nlinrnrn rtf i11irlf rllUTlllinrr time, and H. K. McKinney, V J leave Louisville bv soecial train for Itissad these people have been. duty to come to the Court House M. Pennington, M. D 7 pay your tax, therefore I take a speaking tour over fljib line of offenders for 'ears, both against and J. H. Gaut, informing you that Apt Taylor, road, on Wednesday Oct. 27th. 1 he the State arid' United States but all this method of will be aded 6 Republican, Mcshack Gentry, train will arrive at Mt Vernon 10 offiorts heretofre for their capture a penalty of percent November 1st, 1897 and upon that A. Pennington, Democrat, min- - have been futile. Both were held A M and make a stop of 35 will give my Deputies posi- George Liford, took date I 'utes will be made for the purpose over whert. their examination to collect all tax due me J. E: Woodall, from-thsteps 'place here, before Commissioner tive orders of speech-makinat once at the expense of the payer, Andrew Gentry, Republican. , White, of the rear coaclr. W. G1. MVI.UNS, S. R. C. LOCAL (Wjnf&t, & $., Qe?42, '?;. .in Mt. Republican 01 this date quite a lengthy communica tion rouija gentleman signing his J Tennessee Cennnial Exposition 0 OTHERWSE. The Exhibit of the and Nashville, Chattanooga St. Louis Railway At tho Temnirml Station in tho Centennial Grounds is one of tno most interesting, instructive, and costly displays at tho Exposition, undsbouldbo seen by overy visitor. It consists of an artistically arranged display of agricultural products, minerals, timbers, valuable relics, curiosities, etc., ' 1 . . t. ikmzsw'- " Trains leave the Union Depot Nashville. Every Fifteen Minutes for the Centenial Terminal Station. The Quickest and Best Route Fare, Five Cents. ' collected from points alongthe line traveled by this road, which penetrates the most' fertile and picturesque portions of tho South. FAIL TO SEE IT-- a ' f fYMrSot , 6-t- f. . ; ! j'j?' : , -- . 0hr . to-da- y . good-peop- s. I : r- - ,27-6- cou-duct;.- i cTo m . Tax-paver- s. tax-paye- rs De-bo- e, 1 T- :rs T g e An article appears in this week's Republican in which the editor attempts to go into the grave of since past.events,. which have-long been buried and digs therefrom things that should not be disturbed. Shnme on an editor who would atto arouse the spirit of tempt former days as he does in that article. It is the spirit of an Anarch ist and every good citizen, of both parties, should frown on it should put their foot 'of condemnation on such a thing. It has long since been agreed that the kuklux fang was No made up of both parties. one year ago, 16 men longer than were tried here on the charge of kukluxing and 14 out of the 16 were Republicans, but yet no one should say that the Republicans Then what did the are kuklux. Independent candidate for county judge have to do with all that? Nothing, because he was but .1 small lad. In reference to both charges in last week's paper, we most respectfully refer the people to the records to be found in the Circuit Clerk's office and to the certificate of C. N. Bliss, Secretary of the Interior under President McKinley, which appears in this issue. Let every good citizen who is interested in electing the best men, sec to it that such articles are vigorously condemned. If the ed itor had denied the charges we made, we would publish them, but as he doesn't and seeks to arouse the people by false statements and thereby draw party lines, we ask men too look at the record that you all might be satisfied We would not persecute any man. God forbid that we should say one word that cannot be fully substantiated and that by good, honest, Republicans of our county. But we are, and should be interested in electing good men for our conntv offices and to that end we Please sc-- ! shall use our columns. lect a single chargt and deny it and we will then produce the Yecord and let that speak. Do you deny that 18 indictments were returned against D. P. Bethurum in one day in 1893 by a Republican grand jury? Do you deny that he had to answer to 39 indictments at one term of the Court iu 1893? If law-abidin- you do we will produce record and show the people that it is true? Do you deny that he has rendered judgments before the evidence was heard?" Whave the proof "to fur--' nish you that he did. Do you deny that he has divided jug after jug in his office? Do you deny that he, on various occasions, this present year, been down drunk? Do yon deny that he has set cases for hear ing and parties with witnesses would come and Mr. Bethurum never be here at all? We could mention many other things unworthy of a Judge, but we will refrain, because the people can testify themselves We want the truth and we are iu favor of the truth in print or 111 public speech or 111 y street or road-sid- e talks. Again let us say that every man that wants fair play and just dealing should rise up against such an an archistic article because it was "conceived Jin sin and- brought forth in iniquity. - Republican has most The always mailed its. papers for the postoffice here on Thursdays, but up to time of our going to pre.;: it had (2 o'clock, p. m. not been mailed only to counts offices. I suppose they wantrd tu keep us from answering tht. made in it. We sent to Mara-burand procured a copy on ) 1 ch.-.rp-e- s V ft g there to-da- y. At a call meeting of the Board of Town Trustees8,, held at' Jonas McKenzie's store, on Oct. iS'ch with J. C. Carmical, Joshua Bore ing and James Taylor, present, the following gentlemen were put io nomination for the following offices For Police Judge, g J. B. FISH, H. K. McKINNEY;" For Marshal, Wm. McCLURE, JOS. CROMER, - For Trustees, J. C. CARMICAL, JOSHU.V U0KE1NG J. L. JO$,l. S. C. S. C. DAVIS. of Ointment for Catnrrh that Contain Mstrcurjr, M mercury will surely destroy Uio senso of completely tlorungotlio wliolo sysimelland tem wlien entering It through Uio mucous surfaces. Such articles should tiover ba used except on proscriptions from reputable physicians, as the domnpo they will do Is ion Told to the good you can possibly derive from thorn. Hall's Catarrh Curo, Co., Toledo, by P. J. Cheney O., contains no morcury, and Is taken Inupon tho blood and ternally, acting directly mucous surf ncca of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Curo bo sure you cot tho ironultio. It Is takon Internally, nnd rondo In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Choney & Co. Testimonials freo. Hold by Druggists, price 7Ro. per bottlo. Hall's Family Pills are tho best. Beware d POSTAL SERVICE. A CHILD'S RECOVERY From Paralysis and Six Yoars br Convulsions. Dn-ndfu- Thero Are 1,104 Railway Postal Lines, Manned by 7,854 Clerks. riiero Aro Slrmiibont Lines With 57 Ulerkn (Iriind Tolnl of Allies Tntvoleit by All Classes or Scrvlco '4HS,8U0,0.11 - I'lieuiiintlc Tube BIull Service. 43 Little Fiiiinle Arinnm, of Umntllln, l Cured of n, Mulntly A Cure ol UnuMunl Interest A lleportcr InreatlgntvK. From the Lake Region, Eustls. lla. . 1 mm.- .mat mo T... Buuiu Jl lui receiving reports 41. i.aKe itegion nas been from V - Umatilla, l'la., oi mi uiiiiubi. miraculous curo that bad been effected in the case of Fannie Adams, a daughter of A. J. Adams, of that place, and last baturday a representative of this paper mado a trip to Umatilla for the purpose of determining the authenticity of the same. Of Con rue Not. Tho family live a short distance from the Mr. ITuggins Tsn't Miss Roxy a peach? only village, where it was found that the flcoplo Miss Kittish Yes, hut she is not the Free Press. lycro cognizant of tho cure which had been fruit in the orchard. Detroit effected, and were rejoicing with the family in their new found happiness. The father, no Yon Piny AVIilst, Kncltre or Othei A. J. Adams, is a, Game? fnrmpr from riiftt rIVnnpenn nwl .T. honest t :l.. Tho F. F. V. playing card is belter than came to l'londa four years ago in the hope any i0 cent card on the market. Send 15 mat n ennnc oi cuinaic wouiu be of benefit cents for one deck or 2j cents for two decks to their allhctcd child. lUuch of their earn(stamps or currency) to C. 15. llyan, Ass t ings, have gone for doctors' bills, whose Gcn'l Pass'r Agt. C. & 0. lty., Cincinnati, 0. services proved unavailing. Tho representative was greeted by Mrs. Adams, from whom How accommodating some men arc to he gained the story of her great trial. their wives when asked to do something tannic, the youngest child, was born in they arc dying to do anyway. Washington cast Tennessee, and was seven years old on Democrat. the third day of February, 1807. When ten months old bIic was Btricltcn with paralysis, Sudden cold soreness, stiffness. Promptly which affected the cntlro left side. This Use St. Jacobs Oil. Sudden cure. Sure. stroke of paralysis was followed by convulsions, and from tho time little Fannie was A lawyer doesn't know everything but ten months old until February, 1807, there he thinks you think he docs. Chicago News. was not a single day or a night that she did not have spasms of the most distressing Vexed? Yes, the nerrcsr by Neuralgia. nature. Not n single convulsion, but alSt. Jacobs Oil soothes, cures it. ways three or four, and Bomctimes as high as ten in ono day. espeNever strike a man when he's down Tho family wnB all broken down with cially for a loan. Chicago News. care, and Mrs. Adams stales that for ono year she did not go into her kitchen to super' intend her household work. All the fingers of the right hand of the little girl arc enlarged mid misshapen, caused bv her biting tlicm during the fearful suffering. The case baflicd the skill of the best physicians, Facoand Hoacl Covorod with Soros, nnd they were frank to say that they could but Hood's Has Curod Thorn. not determine the cause, or prescribe a "My faco and head were u mass of sores, remedy to aid the afllictcd child. Hut what n change now in that household: but sinco taking Hood's Sarsaparllla theso for little 1'annic has recently been released I bcllovo sores have nil disappeared. from her six years of agony, which brings the Hood's Sarsaparllla has no equal iot'Bcrof-ula.- " light of happiness to the faces of the parents. Ida A. Wr.Avr.it, Palermo, 111. In January, this year, Mrs. Adams, who bad purchased some of Dr. Williams' ljink Pills for Palo People for her fourteen vcar old daughter, determined to trv their effect upon little Fannie. After three or four doies, nIic noted an improvement and she Is tho best In fact tho One Truo Wood Purlner. then told the father what she had done. He at once went to tho village and bought pjllcCuniHvcrillscasy totako 1 1UUU 25 cents. lcasytooperatu. nnothrr box, and up to this time six boxes " have been used. The first pills, Jltrs. Adams states, were given in Jannarv, the latlrr part, and certainly not earlier than Brave as Lions. the fifteenth or twentieth, and the child had her last convulsion on February 3d, nearlv three months ago. Her general condition . ...,..--- has improved in every way. and it was not uuiii.., Aln wrltfla was My Ilucuanu a month after the lint pills were taken cured of Hlllousncsa v.hen she began to walk without assistance. Simby I)r. .11. A. Mctll-clnThe pills were bought at the drug store mons i.lvcr of IJr. Shclton, in Umatilla. In answer which I bavo to the question, did he, to his personal ubciI 10 years, novo knowledge.know that the remedy had benetried both Zollln'sand fited rannic Adams, ns was stated by her "Black Drnught." ana 31. A. I think tbo3lPCllClna parents, the doctor said that he was a reguClmm.inK lar practicing physician, and as such was so far Superior that loth to recommend anv proprietary, medi ....n nnilrnira nf It lA cine, but still he was ready to do justice to rroith three orfourof either tho otuci kinds. nil men. nnd ho did know that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pain People had beneInsufficient Menstruation fited I'nniuc Adams, and r.!fn volunteered canscd Is sometimessometimesbyby obstructions In the information that ho knew of other chilof tho parts, constl-patn- d dren in the village who had been benefited mouth of vagina, nnd sometimes by a bowels, but usually rennlla from making the estimated expendi- by their use. Dr., Williams' Pink Pills for conditlonof the system, which People tures this year 851,541,238. This will contain, in a condensed form, Palethe eleovercoming any unusual nature from all exposure snch .s f risht orgettlng feet wet. be SI 023,045, or three nnd one quarter ments necessary to give new life and richDr. Simmons Strnmr Vino Wlno bulldapn per, cent, more than for the fiscal year ness to the blood nnd restore shattered tho system and cures tho disorder, wbllo enrea just closed. Tho estimate for tho fiscal nerves. 1'hey are also a specific for trou- r. M. A. Simmons r.lvrModlcln of appetho constipation, Indigestion, loss limbs, year, 1800, is 853,337,200, which is $1,790,-02- 1 uii-- peculiar 10 lemaies, allsuen as suppre irregularities nnd hips, bead, and forms tite, pains In more, than tho estimated expendi- sions, iiioy niiiin up tne blood, of wcix-rfVfhich aro usually present. ncs3. nnd reture for tho current year. The an- store the glow of health to pale and sallow cheeks. In nual rate for the inland mail service in in all cases men they effect n radical cure arising from mental worry, the year just closed was 840,802,074, and work or excesses of whatever nature. overPink uneiimnti, ua,, writes: a for foreign mail service 81,701,170, after Pills are sold in boxes (never in loose bulk) havo used Dr. M. A. Simdeducting 8258,020 for intermediary at CO cents a box or six boxes for $2.G0, and mons ilTcr Medicine 15 may he had of all drnircisls, or direct by years. It cured mo of Torbcrvice to foreign countries. mail by pid JMvor, Indigestion, Last year there was only one pneu- Company,addressing Dr. Williams' Medicine and Nervousness Schenectady, N. Y. It ourod my matic postal tube in operation in tho t. Wife of a Femnlo country, that in Philadelphia. Sinco HER SCOLDING LOCKS. My two Aun ta then four more contracts hnvc been havo been greatly beno Slic Tried tu Obllue u Fileml Hut 3 lie Jltedbyltin tbeiroldaso. executed In Philadelphia, New York, Havo used "Dlaek DrauRbt'l Uut AukO' About It. lfoston and between New York and but think Dr. 31. A. H. L. Some people are absolutely devoid of tact. 31. far superior to It. Urooklyn. youthful matron who, Concerning this new postal feature One of these is aher very dearest friend wishing to make Skin and Eyes Yellow. Gen. Shallenberger reports: "Itisqulto another young matron a birthday present, This disorder finds Its direct c.inso in soma possible to carry second, third and decided on the purchase of a handsome pair derangement In tho liver and Its closely of passing shell side allied glands. Tho bile, instead fourth class matter as well as first, of Nothing combs. been more appropriout through tho bowels, has boon obstructed, could have Exwhen it can be made profitable. channmlflndlngno outlotthrongh Its usual ate for the blonde tresses of her friend, and nels, has accumulated and been taken up to stations several miles the giver felt much pleased with her selectensions by the absorbents and distributed oyer the, distant from tho main office, event- tion when she went to call on her end give Bystem, poisoning tho blood aud disturbing ually, will save 'clerical force as her the pretty ornaments. all tho functions of the body. In tho treatment of this disease. Dr. M. A. Slmmoni "I thought you would like them," she Well as expedite delivery. in distant night and. I.Ivor Medicine should be taken said, when her friend had admired them nnd cities from 12 to 21 hours. The most thanked her rapturously, "you will find them morning until tho complexion becomes clear. Important source of locks." handy Spurn Frauds that court you for your department will bo therevenue to tho so "What to fasten up your scolding friend, in do you mean?" asked her large increase money. Tho imitations thattry to tako tho a surprised tone. Original Dr. M. A. Simmons placo of tho of local correspondence and special deInterested dealers "Did you never hear of scolding locks'-Theliver Medicine, wbllo byadvertised as " not livery letters. Tho extension of tho Bold as " the same," aro aio tho short ends of your hair that tubular system will bo necessarily slow are always flying loose. They bother one tho same," and you may bo conrted ana deceived for your money at tho expenso oj and probably confined to populous to much, but side combs keep them in olyour health. Sowarel der, besides being very becoming hard-workin- Scrofula Cured parilla Hnnn'c ai ALABAMA LADIES MgMzf Tlf o, kJB. ' An ubstrnct I Wasiiixoton, of tho annual report of tho general superintendent of tho railway until service follows: At the close of tho year Micro wero 1,101 railway post ofllco lines, mnnncd by 0,854 clerks; 113 electric and eablo lines, with 102 clerks; 43 steamboat lines, with 57 clerks, making total number of lines 1,230, and total number of clerks 7,013. In addition to theso there wero 311 clerks assigned to duty ut important junctions uud depots, and 833 detailed to clerical duty in tho various olllccs of the service, making a grand total of 7,50'J clerks. The miles of railroad covered by railway post ofllce car service was 154,223; of eleetrio and cable, 303, nud of steamboat lines, 7,459. The grand total of miles traveled of nil classes of service wus 282,830,031. Thero were 051 whole ears in use and 173 In reserve, and 2,020 apartments. In cars in use and 510 in reserve. The number of pieces of all classes of mail matter distributed on Mio ears during the year was 11,571, 510.0S0, of registered matter and elty mail. Of registered matter there were 10,250,003 pieces in till. Tho amount of city mail distributed for stations and carriers during the year aggregated 402, 100,040 pieces. The increase of ordinary mail handled over the previous year was 3,7 per cent. A comparative table covering a period of 10 years shows that there has been an Increase in tho amount of mail handled of 77.2 per cent and increase in tho working force of 48.0 per cent. Thero were 550 casualties during tho year, in which 14 clerks lost their lives, 33 were seriously and 75 slightly This is u larger number of casualties and fatalities than has occurred during any previous year since the organization of tho service. The passago of a bill for the relief of the families of clerks killed in tho line of duty; of clerks injured and unfitted for servico permanently, or temporarily, and for the retirement on partial pay of clerks who have served so long as to be unfitted for service, has again been urged. The annual report of W. S. Shnllcn-berge- r, second assistant postmaster general made public Sunday night gives an interesting review of the principal developments in the entire postal transportation service of tho I'nited States and connecting foreign mails. It shows an aggregate of appropriations for this lurge part of tho postal service for the current year of 551,041,-23tho probable deficiency is S500,-00Oct. 18. d. 8; 0, WfiM'iMiJ&YZ&MU very irreg ular. I tried thrco'Vihv- Blclans and gradually grew worse. About a year ago I was advised by a friend to try Mrs. pinkham's Sanntlvo Wash and Vegetable Compound, which I did. After using three bottlc3 of tho Vegetable Compound and one pack-ng- o of Sanutrvo Wash, I am now enjoying better health than I ever did, nnd attribute the samo to your wonderful Detroit Free Press. remedies, I cannot find words to exThere In n Cilia of 1'eojile. press what iv Godsend they havo been Who aro injured bv the use of coffee. ReTo Cnrc n Cold In Ono Day cently there has been placed ,in nil the to me. All grocery stores a new preparation called Take Laxativo Bromo Quinine Tablets. 25c. Whenever I begin tofcclncrvousand (JIIAIN-O- , made of pure grains, that takes druggists refund money if it fails to cure. phyill, I know I have a the place nf coffee.. The most delicate stomach receives it without ditrcss, and hut "Mamma, what is a farce?" "A farce? sician at hand. It would afford mo few can tell it from coffee. It does not cost Why, it is the way your father went around pleasure to know that my words had Children may drink it with nnd watered nil my dricd-uover plants tho to health great benefit, 15 cts. nnd 2." rts. per pack- morning after I got home." Detroit Free directed some suffering sister most exand strength through those age. Try it. AskforGRAlN-O- . Press. cellent remedies. Miss May Sachneb, ii Every Saturday night Midland Route tour-l- it cars en route to Colorado, Utah and California will leave the Chicago Union Pas-- . scnger Station of tho Chicago, Milwaukcs A, St. Paul Railway at 10 o'clock, running over the Chicago and Omaha Short Lino to Omaha, thence via Lincoln, Neb., Colorado Springs and Lcadville, Colo., Salt Lake City and Ogden. Utah, Heno, Nevada, nnd Sacra-- , mento, CaL arriving at San rrancisco at' 8:45 p. m. Wednesday. These popular every Saturday California excursions for both first and second-claspassengers (not foreign emigrants) aro "personally conducted" by intelligent, com. I petcnt nnd courteous "couriers" who will attend to the wants of nil passengers en route. This is an entirely new feature of tourut ear service and will be greatly appreciated by families or parlies of friends traveling together, or by ladies traveling alone. Particular attention is paid to the care of children who usually get weary on a long journey. Remember that the Midland Route Tour- - i let Cars arc slreoinir cars and nre mninliecl i with all the ncccssorieS' necessary to inako the journey comfortable and pleasant, anu the sleeping berth rate is hut ?0.00 (for two persons) from Ch raco to California. Ask the nearest ticket agent for a tourist car "folder," giving complclc Information about the Midland. Route, or address "Eastern Manager Midland Route," No. 05 Adams street. Chicago, 111., or Geo. II. Hcaf-forGeneral Passenger Agent, 410 Old Colony Building, Chicago. s I Every Sntnrdny Tonrlut Sleeping; Ilnnto to CullfornlR. Cl TAKING CARE 0 HIMSELF, - AN OPEN LILTTER Jnek Wn Sinking Moner in 'ny ol r. 11U Own Cliooalritf. "Why don't you give that son of youri n chancel" asked ono business veteran of "Ho must inherit some of your superior business qualities and the time will come when you must have some ono to look after your affairs. He can't manage them without tho necessary training." "Don't you suppose that 1 have canvassed the whole situation? I have let that boy handle a small fortune, and the results have been so unsatisfactory that I have given him formal notice to look out for himself. "Hut he seems to hnvc plenty of money. "That's another thing I don't like. I have cut off his allowance, yet he lives well and never enters a complaint. Last Rpnng 1 thought I would have to put up the office blinds for want of ready cash. My collater-ol- s were not available arid creditors were pushing me. Tho boy walked into the office one afternoon when I was in the throesof despair, said: 'Things lookin' blue, governor? laid down a certified check for $20,000 and walked out. I owe him that yet, but am holding it back till I can see that ho needs tvill-l11, .iii iiivhw w , and told him how the market was liable to l ".-j- Prom Miss Sachnor, of Columbus O., to Ailing Womon. To all women who nre 111: It affords me great pleasure to tell you of tho benefit I have derived from taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I can Jiardly find words to express my gratitudo for tho boon rrtunn in miflwinir womeu in that ex cellent remedy. Heforo taking tho Compound I wus thin, sallow, and nervous. I Eo&LjjE9MflhHMtSBBBBHn was troubled with my men and pe- strual lions of eggs; right in the midst of hot weather, mind you. Un learning wncre tney were stored I notified the health, department and requested some of those in the vi. nonnnnilinni smltnn I tin mllfli :!l .. 1m sanco asserted itself. I learned incidentally i nticrwaill uiav lie, nun u iun.iiua-niu-pot of preserving eggs and cleared up a big A ainttcr of I'nulilon. inonev. Wheat hadn't pone the way I preDoctor Madam, your husband hnspnraly- - dicted, but it was his business to do as J " told him. Recently he mado ?15,000 at some Vife Oh, doctor, I'm delighted! I shooting game. I don't know just what it thought it was nervous prostration, nnd was, but one of his friends said that Jack that's bo common, you know. ISoston Trav- had taken a long shot at a horse and won. I eler. hope tho rascal had to pay for the horse. m go, he ignored my advice and bought mil- riods wero never-fallin- g Not SnrprlHlniv. Piso'a Cure is tho medicine to break children's Coughs and Colds. Mrs. M. Z Forrester How time docs fly. 1 don't blame it. Think how Ulunt, Spraguc, Wash., March 8,'OL Lancaster many people there are trying to kill it. Harlem Life. A girl wearing nn organdie dress thinks she looks good enough to cat. Washington Sluilic Into Your Slioes, Democrat. , n powder for the feet. Allen's It cures painful, swollen, smarting feet nnd Fortify Feeble Lungs Against Winter instantly takes the sting out of corns nnd with Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar. bunions. It's tho greatest comfort discovery Pike s Toothache Drops Cure in one minute. makes tight of the ace. Allen a Foot-Fnsor new shoes feel easy. It is a certain curo Important "You'll for sweating, callous, hot, tired, nching feet. boThe your feet in aPoint. orDoctor Z'aticnt week on so." Sold by all druggists and shoo "On my Try it feet? Rut Write to my wheel!" Puck. how soon will I bo on stores, 25c. Trial package, FRI-.l'- . Allen S. Olmsted, LcRoy, N. Y. Foot-Easee ZiBii E. Rich St., Columbus, O. Miss Courtright What do you think of a man who will marry n voman for money? Mr. Spoonei' All I can say is that such a fellow must be hard up. Cleveland Leader. Self r.vldent. IVnkc Uj. Yes, wako up to the danger which threatens you if your kidneys or bladder arc inactive or weak. Don't you know that if you fail to impel them to action llright'n disease or diabetes awaits you? Use Hostcttcr's Stomach Hitters without delay. It has a most beneficial effect upon tho kidneys when sluggish, and upon the bowels, liver, stom ach aud nervous system. Here! Here! The Missionary I'm (hocked! What are you two fighting about? The Combatants Jonah nn' do whale. Puck. t i The ship had lain becalmed in a tropical tea fur thrco days. Not a breath of air surface of the sea or stirred the mirror-likthe limp sails that hung from the yards like drapery carved in stone. The captain resolved to wait no longer. He piped up nil hands on deck, and requested the passcngcra to nlso come forward. "I must ask nil ol vou," he said, "to give mo every match you nave." Wondcringly the passengers and Tho captain carefully arcrew obeyed. ranged the matches in his hand as each man handed him his store, until all had been collected. Then ho threw them all overboard Some tilings arc easily cured tho but one, drew a cigar from his pocket, and, Worst pains by St. Jacobs Oil. striking the solitary match on the mainmast, endeavored to light it. In an instant n fu When money talks wo never pause to criti- rious gale swept over the deck, extinguished cise its grammar. Chicago News. the match, nnd filled the sails, nnd the good ship Mary Ann sped through the waves on is it? Lame back. Use St. Jacobs Oil. her course. Philadelphia Inquirer. What What is it now? Cured. Right. What a nice companion a fly makes after you have had an experience with a mosquito Dissatisfied people are, as a rule, loafers. Atchison Globe. Atchison Globe. e 1 lie Hnlneil the IVlnil. www pre-ven- ts In Darkest Afrlcn. ; s . bn-'.- To .St. Louis and the West. 53 miles the shortest from Louisville, makes the quickest time, Pullman Sleepers, Parlor nnd Dining uars. for complete intoriunliou address J. P. Maflrtt, Traveling Passenger Agent, Knoxville, Tcnn. It, A. Campbell, General Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo. Grocers nnd women nre very unfortunate people they nte compelled to please through the stomach. The eye is pleased a dozen times where the stomach is pleased once. Atchison Globe. Take the Air Line i.. Ayer's pills stand without a rival as a reliable family Sleep-lossues- s. Com-plain- medicine. They cure sick headache, biliousness, constipation, and keep the body in perfect health. In many homes no medicine is used except Dr. J. C. Ayer's None So Good nn Stnr Tolincco. Tho consumption of Star plug tobacco is tho largest in the world. No other tobacco is so good ns Star plug in all respects. Tho people who really know what love is arc nfiaid to tell, for fear their knowledge will give iiwiy an unpleasant experience. Atchison Globe. T L&lAi I1 nih iiitrt .rflBh Fits stopped free and permanently cured. No fits after first day's use nf Dr. Kline's Great Nervo Restorer. Freo $2 trial bottle & treatise. Dr- - Kline, 033 Arch st., Phila., Pa. No odds how little a mnn docs hu likes to tell how ho used to woik. Washington Democrat. Certainly jtdocs. Oil cures rheumatism. TT . ffit Truly, surely. St. Jacobs Thousands know it. centers. WINDSOR, N. S., ments." orns w 1, ih Go to your grocer and W erctaisc. nackaereof J to-d- ay A Grain0 fee at the cost. Made from pure grains it is nourishing and healthful. Avvepv dd lomauoa It takes the place of cof- Int.it that roar grocer stvea you GRAIN0. by flro Sunday morning. For six hours, beginning shortly before 8 u.m., tho flro, fanned by a violent northwest gale, raged so fiercely that tho local flro department was absolutely helpless to copo with it and within half an hour after Is discovery tho mayor began to call for outsido assistance. Long before noon tho town had been eaten up almost completely, tho area covered by tho flames being nearly a. mile square, and of tho four hundred or more buildings that occupy tho section, barely half a dozen scorched structures remain. Among the buildings that escaped aro tho Windsor cotton factory, King's college, tho Anglican church, the Edgehlll School for tlirls and the Buffrin hotel. The total loss is estimated roughly at 3,000,000. While a number of tho heaviest losers aro partially insured and some of them pretty well covered, tho total insurance is calculated to be not more than half a million. llrltlsli Output of Steel. Lojjdox, Oct. 18. The Times announces that tho British output of steel during tho flrtit half of tho year 1807 was 2,850,027 tons, tho largest output over kijown or a similar period in the history of Great liritutn or of any Almost Completely Destroyed "by Flro N'e.irly Four Hundred Jlullrtinpi liumcd Loss 03,000,000. Halifax, N. S., Oct. 18. Historic Windsor, ono of tho most beautiful towns In the province, was devastated "So you think I have scolding locks then Democrat. I must he a scold. Thanks, awfully, dear, hut I don't believe I need any combs. Keep Sore all over and stiff. Cured all them for your own scolding outfit," and the Over by St. Jacobs Oil, nnd supple. face of the "dearest friend" clouded with anger. T E MARKETS. ' Very well, just as you like, Good-by- , dear," and the donor of the combs snatched Cincinnati, Oct to. them up and carried them home, where she S t.1 - 25 hud a (it of hysterics. And all because she MVK 4 40 oi Select butchers. . needed n little tact. Chicago CM) CALVUg-l-'- nir to food light. . . r. 7.1 , non. 1 Times-Herald- No man is too shiftless to feel a little bit romantic about his marriage. Washington r rI JSl iqpX.VV rTfo -i f TTfriVTfTT fATf A A lfi iiiili ifir " A YEAR F0R -- DEriOREST'SJ MAriA7INP lTlVJiIl C FAMILY ! I : -- 5 The subscription price of DEMOREST'S is reduced to $1.00 a Year. More thai! half the Tea consumed in the United .Stntes and Canada is of Japancso growth, 'yet, the majoiity of Americans do not understand how to prepare it so as to develop the delicious qualities which it contains. The Japanese Government has appropriated a largo fund to aid tho Japanese Tea growers and Tea merchants in prosecuting this educational work, and it is hoped that American Indies will be apt students. Tho main llurenu of the Japanese Tea Guild has issued an official recipe for making Japanese Tea, the translation of which is as.follows: First. Use a small, dry and thoroughly clean porcelain teapot. Second. Put in one tcaspoonful of tea leaves for encli cup of tea desired. Thlrd.--Wlieusing Japanese teas, pour on the requited quantity of fresh boiled walet stand with closed lid from 2 ter, and to 3 minutes. Never boil the leaves. In order-tretain tho natural flavor, Japancso tea leaves should bo kept in tight can or jar, free from moisture. Note. To thoroughly enjoy the natural, delicate and sweet flavor of Japanese Teas, neither sugar nor cream should uc used. Trj-lnjr lloiv to Mtike Ten, UOUS-Com- :i Ot) Light shippers BHKKl'-Choicd Mixed packers (Jood to choice ter eat LAMHS FLOUK-Wln- OH AIN-Wh- No. 3 red Corn No. 2 mixed Oats No. S Uyo-- No. -- Nc. family 2 red 3 H) 3 HO 3 2.1 H 25 3 fir tf. 3,75 00 3 73 J.IES. ; moro inun laioion llemorcil'i Fnmlly AUiftiixine Blnenzlnc, ultliouKb It gives tha vnrjr latest homo nnd lorelKn finlonscnchmontlii tills Is only ono of Usmanrvaluablofsatiuo. JtliassomctUlim for each raombcrot tuo family, for ovory teparttnontof tliohoutoliold.ana Its varied, rnntonn nro of tho bUbon prude, inaklnK It. Miisrmlno ol tlie The rurallymoat interesting and World. Ufurnlbo9tliob0Utloui:btint the most progressive writers of tho day, nnd Ii nbrenstof tbo times In - Art. Literature, Science, Society .Attnlrs. Fiction, Iloueo- overjtlilnffhold.Matters. Sports, ctc.- -a single nui"ber frequently conulnlnif from 3UU to SCO lino onirrnvlncK. inaklnn It Uio MOST COSJI'I.KTH ANDof tho OICEAT MOVIIIMOSTl'UOFUSELY ;. Sj -- . S; S; S; ; 3; ; g. $ 4 3t5 Si 5 50 dli 3 05 (I 02 ro dfl Q, (i Prime to choice pork Liml Prima stoain nUTTKK-C'bol- eo dairy l'rlmo toelioico creamery. Al'PIilOS-l'- cr bhl HAY l'HOVlSIONS-Me- w I'OTATOKS-P- cr 2. 20 21(5 47 U litems"! ..,,h.K,- is jVoHna 3; S; Demore.f. Maendne Fashion Department Is la ovory way jp far ahead of that contained In any other publication. latest ; Subscribers nro entitled each month to patterns of the fashions In woman's nttlro. nt no cost to litem other man ini necessary for postage and wrapping. 2; , 13 1 (ft a (i 0 (0 4 so m II IS tho Imndsomo 2wcntXmns Number with Its beautiful panel picturo supplement. jiemucj.ujDy money oraer, regisicreaiener or chock iuiuu S :t""" mi NO t BETTER a CHRISTMAS GIFT mild 6. bfl i iku.A.al's MninitlllH in nn& wMaHo receive C;ucJiWi'i,'.'.Vh. SJSnMrt , OtiTk i ; ! . : DEMOREST PUBLISHING CO., JJ0 Fifth Ave., New York City. Co 7.1 bbl U. 21 6h 2 M 1 HO 1 50 i rs k. ot - . -- ' monrsi-name- NBW YOKK, FLOUR Winter patent No.2 red COKN-- No. 2 mixed KYB OATS Mixed l'OHIC New mess LAUD-Wcst- 5 00 0, & 5 2.1 18?; 31!, 0 t'O 4 70 A (X) Cf, ern ZZ'i 0 75 40 4 75 5 10 po 24 3 41', IS ZS . two wo vou will I. note n. f nrnlh tbo 1.11 ftl publications at tne dies,"'. ... Win I fll a I II ..I- VCHT. - . A..r.n ...... ..,...(.r.- oneiuonw. iuuuuci-im.-iiiur.iourWlce You rave nrlre (1.00 MitBiizlue, It 00 Majailno ....II no and Ilctnoi-cat'- a Ilrpfrs ja .... 1M The Christian Itoraul.Now York.., " M iss ,..., M Women's Home Companion .S3 1.75 i " .... 100 Mccmrc-inpiina. .. .. .21 1 7J " .... 100 Cosmopolitan Jloeazlm .25 1.7S .... l.oo slunsey'ii Magazine m 1 2.1 M M . .. Housewife .20 " 1.60 " 1 ..II..I llninn .TIIIPtial .. l.oo fnwi.(VV. 1 1 fl Fifth A.vcniie. XciV 1Tork mlllVR ..rti.t.um 7 ''"" .;,. nnnr O It AIN -- WheatNo. 2 red . . No. 2 Chicago spring COKN-N- o. 2 FLOUIt OATS Winter patents , chicaoo. . . (71 T& HI HIi a so C'S inuif LAltU-Stc- No.2 Mess UALTIMOKK. am 7 K 4 35 4 7 Wl 4 37J4 K1 Wi END AJJD YOUR WE W1LLSENDY0U OUR 116 PAO& ILLUSTRATED WAUHJUE FP.EE kmb on a postal own - ViKcifEsitR 180 Winchester Repeating Arms Co. ave , tow Haven. Own . other European country. FLOUR-Fam- ily Jlorton How is it that you always put on flHAIN Wheat No, Buoh a long face nnd talk so discouragingly Southern Wheat Corn Mixed- wicn your wife happens to he present? And at otiier times you arc the most enthusiastic Oats No.2 whito Ilyo No. 2 wostern prosperity boomer I know of? quality promised her away hack last CATTLE-Fl- rst Henley--- I spring that T'd get her n new sealskin sacquo JIOOS Wcstera INDIANAPOLIS. this tall, if business picket! -- p. Cleveland to ncfrnml Her. Ii5ja 2UJifft 52 l'O 0) DO YOU KNOW THAT THERE IS . SCIENCE IN NEATNESS? BE WISE AND USE wmt, 15', vo 27 62K 4 15 4 73 OJ 3 Excursion Tlcketn to American Fat Stock, llortic, Poultry nnd Dairy Kennedy,- who lias leen on trial in tho SliowH, ChJcuiro, Nov. Kverr bomesoeker should address either J. F. criminal' court for tho past week MhltltV. A. O. l A., Manchester. In W. A. charged with being tho leader of tho .Via tho NortbAVcstern Line, will bo sold each ki:m.oni. a. o. i a., louiiviiio, Kr.. or s.o. Chicago & Alton passenger train rob- it reduced rates, show, Tuesday nnd Thurslimited to Monday II.V10II. I). P. A.. Cincinnati, o., torn freo copy of day during the uio ji.t.iivois rrxTBAi. ltAii.iuiA.ira bery at Uluo cut iu December, last, was following date of sale. Apply to agouti UOVTIIEIIX UOHKSEliltiatS' UDUIU acquitted Sunday. & ll'y. Chicago I. North-Western mmmmw mm Alleged Train Robber Acquitted. Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 18. ..bhn F. Leader. aitAlN-Whcat-- No. 2 Corn -- No. 2 mixed Oats No. 2 mixed 27tf 20 3 LOUISVILLE. FLOUIt Winter patent. .. Wheat-N- o. red,. MIAIN Corn Mixed OatJiMlxcd ,. romC-MessLAlUl-htcaro 75 400 f.1 27H D00 4 20J 25 iimmMiti t Couisti Bjrup, lis it ooou. 'instes Iain In tlmn Cnl.l iirrif CillftS VMHUUliiiiE foiiM! 1AIIS. KE1V D1SC0VK1U'! glrci quick re lot and cures woml cases. Send for book ot testimonials and lo tli.va treatment A. N. Or, II. II. UKiK.va Bona, iii.nt,u.. t IKIIJ:H TO AllVEJlTl&miti nlcnsc ctato Hint you law the AUvcrtlso-tucuIu tuts patter. F. "1VKITINCJ K.-- 1679 Mi