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Jf- I..V iy - T U to KENTUCKY VERNON, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1897. TWELVE-YEAR-OLD STATE NEWS.' GIRLt Who , 1 ft && ,.. THE GIRL SHOT are 1,120,000 cabbages. AuKTHVbTB and emeralds seem to be One of the I'oate and Wn Captured, Hut Hpunhjr Sulo' llrother lacitpcl. favorite stones for gold Hatpins. Fulton, ICy . An Illinois prospector claims to havo ago Joe Schofleld Oct. 22.- - Some weeks was arrested for stealfound a rich rein of silver near Pndu-caling a neighbor's buggy. Ho gave bond it. In Norway people who arc not vac- and jumped to Wednesday night he cinated aro not allowed to vote at an was thought of bo at home. A posse eight surrounded tho election. house, intending to wait until dayA NU.Mnnn of Harvard students were break. At midnight Jim Cavcnder, one arrested the other day for playing goll of tho posse, becoming cold and aton Sunday. tempting to crawl into a stack of corn, Tub Urotherhood of Ulachsmiths has the inmates of tho house, who were on decided to join tho American Federa- guard,' heard him. Miss Susie Schotion of Labor. fleld, Joe's sister, tired with a gun ConnETT, tho prize fighter, is said to loaded with small shot, quo entering lmvo bought a house for $30,000 in New his chin and several "his hat. Cavcnder York and to havo paid for it. returned tho fire and Miss Schofleld Fhau Waonkk made a profit of 8150,-00- 0 ran out the opposite side of the houso from tho ltayrcuth festival thin und was captured by ono of tho posse. year. Tho next will be in 1809. A fierce dog attacked him, but he, with It is due to tho generosity of Mrs. J. one free hand, shot It, Schofleld es(. M. Flslc that tho.new dormitory is now caped in the inelee. being erected for llarnard college. MRS. GAINES MORTIFIED, Mns. McKinlky Is said to bo enjoying much better health at present than And She Sue Col. George (V. U7 tot Heavy Damage. nt any time since she came to Washington. Fiunklin, Ky., Oct. 82. Mrs. Amcr- IlnmoKT SiiEHiDAX, residing at Kil-vo- tica Gaines Thursday filed a damage County Down, has just died at the suit against Col. Georgo W. Hay. She remarkable ago of 115 years. Her ago asks for 81,000 damages. Mrs. Gaines alleges that CoL Hay fiercely assaulted has been verified. Gen. ItooTit is engagedin preparing her on a public highway. Her family rules and regulations for the direction wore present when the affair occurred, of tho social work of tho Salvation she says, and, although they protested Col. Hay continued tho assault. army at homo and abroad. Mrs. Gaines also says that her mental A M.AY entitled "Pharaoh," written in French by Oscar Wilde, is to be pro- sufTering and mortification have been duced in Paris at tho Theater do m great as to cause her to bo ashamed to go In public places, and in order to rOcuvrc during the winter. A drop of boiling lardv spattered calm her bitter thoughts sho has been from a frying pan by accident, recently compelled to remain in the privacy of removed a cataract from tho eye of a her home. Mrs. Gaines is ono of the best known nom'un nt PunxMitawncy. Pa. Aitciinisiiop Lopez, of tho state of women in Simpson county, and is promKonora, Me.x., lias issued an edict ex- inent in social and church circles. Col. communicating all Catholics who aro Hay is worth 8100,000. IlownrtI Myftterjr Again. members of tho .Masonic order. Louisville, Ky., Oct 25. Another Ukk trees aro being found in numbers in parts of Vermont this fall. One chapter was opened in the Howard "Benjamin Rannear Nashville held a honeycomb two mystery Sunday. kin, a farmer, called on Coroner feet long and several inches thick. Ta coma's probato judge is hard put Hood and stated that ho believed to determine whether a minister's that tho body found in the river and claim against an estate for ten dollars identified as that of James Howard, was that,)f his son, James Rankin, who for burj services should be allowed. rAjTURiitlcrman military authorities disappeared 'from home September 1. v"rJuve decided that in the future all bl-- " Rankin says'thnt his son had a considrJ "cycles for the ann' shall be construct- - erable sum of money in his possession, and has not been heard from since. C(j jn u,c government establishments. Tliree Prisoner Kicapeil. In the jungles of Sumatra the largest Niciiolasville, Ky., Oct. 25. Bob spiders are.found. Some of the larger specimens measure eight inches across Carrier, Anthony Tcater, white, and William Smith, colored, tthrec desthe back, ahd""bave 17 inches of perate prisoners in jail for housebreakA MorarTAi.v-cr.iMniNcat has taken ing, escaped between two and three its station on tho Dent du Midi, in o'clock Sunday afternoon. Tho seven Switzerland, and goes up 3,200 yards other prisoners refused to lcavo, though with tourists to share their lunch at they could havo gono just us easily. John Stevenson, under flvo years' senthe top. tence to tho penitentiary, was one who A nf.wspapkh of Sliorman county, Oregon, says that it does not know a refused to leave. Duel In the High Road, farmer in that county who will not bo able to discharge all his indebtedness Lancasteh, Ky., Oct. 25, Wlilln rn. turning from church near Nina Satur- this fall. In the University of Paris there are day night, Hugh Log! ira rfnd Brutus over 10,000 medical students. At Vien- Wearen engaged in a nimrrel about na there are about 1,000 more. In Paris the election and opened iirc w ith pis- there iu-- 8,000 students at the Pchool tols., Wcarrcn s jawbon dsTr acturcd and he is shot in the nc6k. IN is re of Fine Arts. The Hag carried by Cortcz, tho Span- ported that Logan Is also wounded. No ish conqueror of Mexico, nearly 400 arrests havo been made. years ago, was until recently preserved Married In an Omnium. at a little church in the capital erf tho Princeton, Ky., Oct 25. Sunday aftstate of Tlaxcala. ernoon Miss May Klnsolrlng and F. A. A check for&!45,000, paid to the LonDorcn, prominent young people, were don custom house for a cargo of 1,300 driven to the union depot in tho bus of tons of tea, is said in Loudon to bo tho tho New Princeton hotel, and, standing largest single payment for duties Over in the bus at the depot, were mado man made in the world's history, and wifo, Elder W. H. Paynoofiiciating. Miss I)e Rothschild; who is one of They then left over tho Ohio Valley for the cloverlst lady horticulturists, has a Marion. collection of roses valued at 355,000. Her Dream Proved True. The roso is tho favorite flower with all Louisville, Ky., Oct 25 Arthur tho great Rothschilds of Europe Waldron, a Standard Oil Co. employe, A (ir.RMAX paper calls attention to quarreled with an unknown man nt 1 tho cxtraoidinary fact that at Aachen o'clock Saturday morning, while on his alone 8J0 tons of steol wiro aro used up way home, and was fatally stabbed. annually in tho manufacture of needles His wife dreamed he had been fatally 1,500,000,000 in number, valued at cut and had just awakened when ho staggered Into tho room. 81,500,000. The first shipment of American butMules nnd Horses Ilurncd. ter has arrived at Hamburg in excelBloomfield, Ky., Oct 25. The largo lent condition and found a ready mar- stock barn of Alexander McMakin was ket at pi ices slightly lower than the burned to tho ground. Forty mules (icrman, averaging to the American but- and three horses wcro burned to death. ter -4 to 20 cents a pound. Several hundred bushels of grain stored AiutAivGKMENTSfor tho largest glu- in tho barn was also burned, Tho orcose factory in the world, to be estab- igin of tho firo is unknown. Tho barn lished in Chicago, have been completed. and contents wero fully insured. Ucorgc W, Lamb is its projector. The buttering Among (larrard County Stock. new factory will consume 30,000 bushLancaster, Ky., Oct. 25. There is employ 5,000 perels of corn daily and great suffering among stock in this sons. county, owing to the scaut supply of Acetylene gas is used in a recently water. Many farmers aro hauling patented bicycle lamp, the stick of cal- water for threo miles and driving their cium being placed in a compartment stock to it In Lancaster driuklng which has bmall perforations to allow water is very scarce, and unless a tho liquid to filter through and gener- heavy rain comes soon a water famine ate tho gas, which is stored in a recep- will take place. tacle for burning. A Shotgun Murder. A runaway horso at Florence, S. 0., Marion, Ky., Oct 25. AtBlatkford, six-fojumped a gate, and, tho danof here, Sunday aftergling checkrein catching on a picket, 12 miles north noon, an old man named Doh o nnd the horse's head was pulled in such Grlflln became involved in a diffia manner that tho animal turned a John while drinking and Dodg iNshot culty bomersault, landing on its back, but it Grillln twice with a, shotgun, filling gained its feet and ran on. him instantly. Dodgo is under arrest A KAiLnoVin is to bo built across tho Both wero men of good standing in the northwest of China from Peking to community. Hankow by order of tho emperor. The Kentucky Pensioners. work is to bo under the supervision of Washington, Oct. 23. The following Li Hung Chang and tho two viceroys, through whoso prov- pensions wero allowed Kentucklans Friday: Original Lewis II. Miller, inces tho projected road is to runV Reissue John V. Hickman, Heat holidays havo been cstabllshpd Panther. Joseph Hatchett, Henderson. Charles; by law in tho public schools of SwiUse Mary A. Roark, Recognizing tho wqII known Original Widows, Etc. fact that the brain can not worlc prop- Middlesbora Nlnety-FlT-e Cents for Wheat. erly when the heat is excessive, tho Louisville, Ky., Oot 23. Louisville children are disraissedjrom their tasks cents a buyers aro offering ninety-fiv- e whenover tho thermometer goes aboV Receipts aro small. bushel for wheat a certain point. t. Chang-Chih-tun- near Flint, Mich., there Mnrrle Davis and Miss Bcllo Whlttakcr w higher winds that drovo tho sea Inmnrrtnil nt. IlAor l.lrlr ThllrbdaV. Da land have caused an Immense amount is past 70 years old, and his bride' only 12. The bride and groom rrprff of damago along tho New Jersey and KPnt r.xtrnmi9 of aao. creator, ncrhapju. Long Island coast during the past 24 hours. Many buildings erected on tho A than in any wedding on record. 'sand at thu summer resorts 'were cording to stories told by tho friends tho couple Davis loved Miss Whtfl Jmockcd to pieces and carried out to i,utumii.iwgv.uiu luuiuuui ..u.uou..taker's grandmother, out couiut no 'inn nn.l (i.ii.t 11. .n HntlMntia Yinm milt. jfered much loss nnd delay by reason of marry her He transferred his affections to hcl the storm. The highest tides in years, Huppiememcu uy winu which uicw hi, trranddanchtcr. and after a courts-h-l which existed ever Since tlio glrl.wa tho rale of from srrto 00 miles an hour, six years old, married her Thursday! prevailed' Monday, and when the high Miss Whittakcr loves tho old man,wnfy water reaencs us maximum luesaay Is highly respected, and will inheri even greater damage is expected unless the gale abates. From down the his entlro estato upon his death. Long Island coast the heaviest damage T POLITICAL FIGHT. lis reported. .': UAPE JUAY, JN. Oct. 20. Unc OI 1110 J., j Fonr Men Shot, Ono Fatally, In I.ctehe County. gales fiercest to m Wept northeastJersey of years has coast and up the lower Pineville. Ky., Oct 23. During political meeting on Collins creek, lafl.Delcwarc bay for tho past 24 hours. Letcher county. Friday, a tight tooMrMany vessels havo been stranded and place, in which four men were shot, there is an unconfirmed report that One of them, John Collins, was mortal- - Ti'ship went down off shore Monday ly wounded. John Barber, WllllamS .jiornlng. A fleet is riding at anchor Colts, James Shirley and John Col,-- a jrt;hin the harbor unablo to proceed lins wero tho leading spirits In 'tlie,itht;r way and tho meadows arc so in- rally, which was held in the interests ndatcd railroad travel to the coast re of Candidate Hall, who is running for! ports Is practically suspended. I ho Whiles here was abating somewhat Mon- sheriff of Letcher county. speeches wcro being mode the meeting jy night but the wind is maintaining was disturbed by tho opposition. GUna tfoclty of 30 miles. Portions of the wero drawn and for a few minutes ioard walk havo been swept away, as recular battle was waged. When tua :ell as cottage porches and fences, and smoke cleared away Collins, Colts, Slilr i damage Is estimated at thousands ley and Barber wet o found lying on tll dollars. rrrminil trrti,t, rliirt rVtlltna Ivlll flL it From Millvllle comes the rcnort that f?l theiblg tides in tho Maurice river havo A State Water Works. Fhankfort, Ky., Oct 23. Tho stale! godcd all the oyster houses and sev-c- rl The havo been blown down. board of prison commissioners ,ls ebn slderiug several plans to csta.UJislij 01jan City, Sea Isle and Maurice river water works to be used exclusively forj Vwinchcs of the West Jersey railroad supplying tho penitentiary and stat am Submerged. Nearly a mile of the buildings. Tho Frankfort Water Co. Beading tracks have been washed away which has been furnishing the supply j asjsu: Egg'Harbor City, and tho mail ;i between that place and lucker- has increased its rates on tho stat was held up Monday by flooded from SJ,000 to 80,000 per nnnum., Th commissioners Friday afternoon 4eh damage has been done in the the matter before the court of appeal ty of Lewes, Del. The schooners which holds that tho coinmtsslpi tie Falk, Sarah I. Vaughn, II. W. nave auinoriiy 10 erect me proj s and Annie I. Ponder went ashore works. ia beach there Sunday pight The Adklns Must Don Stripes! -- - -........ -- fi.. i..,i.i Fhankfort, Ky., Oct 23. Tljo .chooner'Enma.LCottlnirharn:, affirmed lhi rom Fall River for Philadelphia, is scutence of JosophVdkins by dismissashore near Delaware City. She lies ing his appeal. "Fields and Adkins wero indicted for the murder of Judge on a stone pile well up the beach. The schooner Elizabeth Lee, PhilaCombs In Harlan county. They wero tried together the first timo and con- delphia, for Gloucester, Mass., broke victed, but for some error tho court of from the tugs which held her Monday lien-lopeappeals gave them a new trial. Adkins and drifted on the point of Cape She is in a bad position and was tried by himself this time, and will have to go to tho penitentiary for may go to pieces at any moment because of her cargo of coal. Tho crew life, was taken aboard the tugs. A number Moro Italn In Christian County. of dredges nnd barges are also ashore. Hohunsvillk, Ky,, Oct 22. Another At Bowers Bench, Del., William Spengood rain has fallen in this section; not cer and his wife arc in tho second enougli to cause tho streams to rise, story of their cottage, which is surbut sufficient to bring up tho wheat rounded by water, and help can not crop and start it to gowlng nicoly. The reach them. Many animals have been llopkinsvillo Waterworks Co: is still drowned there. too scarce of vater to furnish it for Atlantic City, N. J., Oct. 20. The any purpose except fire protection. northeast storm still prevailing is probably the most severe in many Dogs Ate the Uabc. Oct. 23. Laura years. In point of high tides it has Ky Owensboro, Crosby, a young unmarried woman of not been equalled, it is stated, since Calhoun, 20 miles from Owensboro, was 1844. The damago done thus far docs arrested for tho murder of her infant, not, equal that of tho storm of 1680, but A if it docs not abate soon it promises to which was born a few days ago. shallow holo was dug, but tho dogs of exceed it Tho principal damago actho neighborhood unearthed tho babe complished has been by the wind. It and nearly devoured it before it was blew oVer at least three houses in course of construction and a row of discovered. two more were threatened Monday Colored Miner Killed. Madisonville. Ky., Oct 23. Jonas night Tho 'threo railroad bods havo been Wilson, colored, single, miner, working for the Reinecko Coal Co., was ac- washed out for a considerable distance, cidentally killed by being caught be- thus shutting the city out of train sertween the ascending cago and tho wall vice cither way. At Chelscu, about six squaics of of tho shaft. Wilson dropped his dinner bucket, and, in stooping to recover board walk was w ashed away and sevit, leaned over too far and was killed. eral valuable bulkheads wcro wrecked. Tho government life crew has received Daniel Itoono Day at Farts. special Instructions to bo watchful, as Pauis, Ky., Oct. 23. The pupils of it is feared that tljcro may be some tho Paris schools observed Daniel (weeks before morning.. Boono day. Each pupil contributed to tho fund for replacing Boone's monuPULLMAN'S WILL. ment at Frankfort Boone's brother, Many Large llequests to Public nud Cliar-ItnuEdwnrd, is buried near Flat Rock, Institution!) Mado. this county, and a fund will bo Chicago, Oct. 20. Tho last will and started to erect a monument over his testament of George M. Pullman will grave. be filed In tho probato court WednesI'oor Whe.it l'rospect. day morning. ITntil that time no part Lancaster, ICy Oct 23. The hopes of Its contents will bo mado known to of the farmers in regard to tho wheat tho public. Robert T. Lincoln and crops have suffered disappointment. Norman B. Ream, joint executors, nnd Many of them intended to sow a large the nearest relatives of the millionaire, acreage, but except in corn land it has who weio present when tho document been too dry to plow. That which has wns read nt tho family residence, arc been sown has died of dry rot, or has tho only ones who have any knowledge been destroyed by insects. of tho wording of the will beyond a few primary facts given out by Mr. Lincoln Fhyslclau lladly Hurt In a Runaway, Hoi'KiNaviLLK, Ky Oct. 25. -- Dr. U. Monday night. Mr. Lincoln said: S, Wood was driving a young colt near Mr. Pullman's will is very liberal, inthis city, when the aulmal became deed. It contains many large bequests frightened and ran away. Dr. Wood to public and charitable institutions. was thrown upon a pile ot rocks and It will be filed in the probato court at several ribs wcro broken. Ho received tho earliest possible moment, nud then other injuries which, it is feared, may it will be published for the first time. result fatally. OXYTUBERCULINE, Inuao Arms lladly Hurt. Midway, Ky., Oct 23. Isaac Arms, a The Newly Discovered Consumption Cure of Dr. lllrsihlcldur, of H.ui Francltcn. tobacco grower of this county vtho San Fkancisco, Oct 20. The claim was returning from Louisville where ho had been to sell his crop, fell from of Dr. Joseph 0. Hirschleldcr, of this the local L. & N, passenger tram at city, that lie has discovered a cure for tho first crossing In town and sus- consumption, announced last April, tained injuries which are thought to has been investigated by the faculty of Cooper medical college. Sixteen pabo fatal tients who havo been treated with Pension Kxauiluer at Uarhoursvllle, Ky. tho his Wasiiinoton, Oct 21. Dr. T. V. oxytubcrculinc, as been doctor calls and preparation, havo examtned penJones was Wednesday appointed tho report to bo bo sion examining surgeon at Harbours- - favorable. Dr. mado this week will L. C. Lane, president ville, Ky. of tho college, announces his faith in Louisville Drummer Withdrawn. the discovery which is in no sense a seLouisville, Ky., Oct. 3.1. AH Louis- cret one, us tho method of its preparaville drummers have been withdrawn tion is frccJy given to the medical profrom the south by wholesale fession. 1 -m ' n. lo , to red H j Grandmother. K.V., Oct 22. J RUSSKLLVILLK. n Man of Seventy, THE FARMERS- BANK and TRUST COMPANY, STANFORD. rvY. Successors to the Lincoln National OF By provision of its charter, depositors ore as fully protected as art 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 invested in such shares: If may act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an individual. Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Stanford, Kentucky, December 31, 1896. RESOURCES. Loans snd Discounts Overdratts Other Stocks and Iionds Due from National Uank Hanking Hours rurnlturo ,una Fixtures Dusn (77.010.93 7,67819 LIAUILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Tund 1,08107 Individual Deposits 41.10192 6,53000 Due from National Banks , 80009 Due from btato Dinks. 18 2 0, 0CVM 17.003 80 t:M7tl8l 3,8.'5.3t 6.303 84 13)2.253 83 70 C9 li).',1.58.0 J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, Ky John M. Hail, Stanford, Ky. Directors. J, E. I,ynn S.J Embry, William Gooch, W. H. Cummings, Preachersville, Ky. " " " " W. A. Carpenter, Milledgeville, Ky Jno. S. Owsley, Stanford, Ky. Jno. F. Cash " S. H. SHANKS, President. JTWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write J, B. OWSLEY, they will receive prompt attention, J, B. OWSLEY, Cashier W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. us, and Cashier A. PENNINGTON . -- DEADER IN-- GENERAL MERCHANDISE. I2IT7?!Iioa My Store is on AyEJjUNOGOODS LOWER THAN THEY WERE EVER the Corner of Main Street and Taylor Avenue, Near The Presbyterian and Baptist Churches. New Goods and Hard Time Prices Call and See Mt THE RILEYProprietor, HOUSE F. RIIBY, B. LONDON, - - KENTUCKY. vx I have moved to my now Hotel ar d am better prepared Good Livery at than ever to accommodate the public. tached and every convenience desired. Give me call The Sambrook Hotel, Convenient to railroad station. Livingston Rates reasonable. Porters meet all trains. Ky Druggists and Pharmacists. MC.& D.N, WILLIAMS Mt. Vernon, Ky. We carrv Drugs, Chemicals. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c. Prescriptions carefully compounded at all , hours. Give us a call for goods usually kept in a first-clas- s drugstore. First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Capital Stock J. $200,000. Surplus $23,100 -- DIRECTORSW. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Rcfd T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, J. S. Hocker and M. J. Miller. We solicit the accounts ol the citizens ol Rockcastle and adjoining counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, vih a view to business iclatious, respectfully invited J, 5. HOCKRRi Frcs. JNO- - ) WcROBERTS, Cartilcr, . houi , SB 1 t .8ajyfrVj& BRlir 11 ... now endeavoring,p iigou the ' Ky., Oct. 18, '97 orderly,geutleman livei' here tha.n VKUNON IfcMjgiSSSv good people of Rockcastle one of V?f K ' K To the young men of Rockcastle .he,, theii own ilk for judge'." Mr. Baker and his fa'iiilly were County: ' F RIUAV,' Oct." 29, 1897. Gentlemen of Rockcastle, is this ahvavs a,t l church willing to We have known R. G. Williams true? Is it honesty in the man who pay Preachers and donated largely all our lives and know that he has wrote the words? Dick Williams Published cvtry Friday by for the building of n chinch house1 always been the friend of young is 27 old "nd you know that when while here, and never sold a drop of JAMES MARET. meu. He harf helped us when we the things occurred of which the liquor nor would not allow it about couldn't help ourselves. He has "SlIBSCKIl'Ti'oN ONE YEAR ' I.OO editor spake that Richard" Williams him.-encouraged us to be manly men. was but a child, You know that When Mich slanders as that ar'We 'have been intimately acquaint "Little Dick," as they "aie now ticle is pMfilislicd. then it is time Adzerlisiitg t ala made known on eu witn luck wiiuams, aim wc any pic.iseu 10 can mm, nas ever bc;n for men who want the truth told to application to the people that we never saw an honest, sober, truthful, upright speak out. him take?a drink' nor never lieard g and bot and young We secfrom 'a statement in of him taking: one. We never man. And as a result of his faithDemocratic Ticket. all our the Signal that the charges made heard him swear an oath in ful labors, lie easily stood first in against Mr Baker while in Missuori ' ,' IWWWWW ives. For our part we propose For .Clerk Court of Appeals, his cla in College, and gradu iscontradcitedby his (Hamilton) to cast our vote for him and we , St J. SHACKELFORD. a ted with the valcdictdr Ui--W He-- i? advise all others to do likewise if Cousin under oath and we know now recogui7ed by all as&in able you want a safe, reliable man to be that charges made ag.iiint Mr. lawyer, a safe councilor 'IJbr Representative, above Judge. It was corruption in poli- Baker while here is mt true. V all an honest man. Tim old citizens 1). R, BAKER, . tics that overthrew the Roman Then if part of the article is false of the county know that there was Empire and the same cause de the people cant afford to believe a large number of indictments ill Independent Ticket. stroye'd the French Republic any of it. the Rockcastle Circuit' Clerk's ofYours Respectfully, Look at the rottenness in the City of fice against D. P. Bethurum in ,W. G. MUU.INS, Louisville and the best men re 1873 and that the office was W. D. MutMNS. gardless of politics have declared by fire and that he was to work dud vote their intention chaiged and indicted for burningagainst it. Will we do the same it. You also know thar a part of thing here? Dowe want 'a sober Wc belipve 'our good citizens the books and a shot gun of Dock man for judge? Then vote For should not be enemies towards each McClary's, the Clerk was found by Do we wnanVa other and that they should strive at Dick Williams. t James Houk and Ashley Owens itf Then all times to vote better men intd fair and impartial judge? a Qave on the Bethurum farm. For .County Judge, fa vote for Dick Williams.'. . !For fhesb onr county offices; to vote in men r You know of his violating the law ft wtt 1t r t r R. G. WILLIAMS, W liwiViVJCS reasons and many others we will 'whb have never been acedsed of almost constantly since he was 16 Candidate for County Judge. cladly. yes, proudly cast our votes fcrime. Are we slaves? Shall we years old. You know that nearly for him in November. I'as free American people be dictated For County Attorney, all these charges that you find in Abovtf'is a likSne's'of R. G. Wji.mams, the Independent can to, rtnd vote to the taste of a few this paper to day were made under didate rorotinty'Jttdgetof Rockcastle county. Who. and what kind G. W. McCLURE. Most RcspectfullyJ t '1 't political tricksters who, fcr the sake Judge Randell and Judge Morrow amanis-1eC. Dvif, Chas. i to manage the affairs ofour county? Has of getting our county offices wiil both Republicans, and irot done for he the necessary qualifications to givetis a business-likJoshua, JERKING, Jk administration For Sheriff, political effect as they charge. resort to anything under heaven iu Has he the courage va uphold and enforce the Itftv? Would he honor J. W. BAKER. drdertg secure them: No a tho- You know that Judge Barr be- the bench bj givihgexait justice to all alike the rich, the poor, .he lieved him guilty of forging pension high, tlnPlow? BOrtFandifeared in our county and t having associated usaut times no. The people have papers and brought about his disbar- with ouFpeopIe, xou'dlfRhow Dick Williams, B. J. Bethurum, son of the an eye on such politicians. The County Judge, smarting. under the ment. See certified copy of his disgood citizens of Rockcastle, county is sober. 'He is honest for a Williams Would not know how to He We the uuflersigued Jonas deterrebukes given through this paper, barment in this paper. be an,y other way. He is upright in all his dealings; gentleman by and C, C. Williams ccrlifv regardless of politices aie But admit, if you like, that he is birth aud by choiCera scholar by application, and a lijwyer by nature by men of his own political belief: mined to strike down cliques, rings that .they called at the office of S. and seeing the desperate straits in guilty of all these charges, we dp aurfiKy training, "He!,possesses both heart and brain, ' and has "ever and band wagons and arc as immovfl. .'Lewis, Circuit Court Clerk able in their deter mination as is ' k 3 Hot object so. nluch on these for all and enmity toward none. nuiuiuiceiauonoi ins latner is J for. Rockcastle county and request placed, has, apparently gone daft grounds as we do on account of the kri? nHr5rTl"4r'rt.fl, rtrnAritr-- frr mull liiree years ?E ed, him to give a certified copy of Gibraltar from the shores of the ' At Pine Hill in a public-speecon way he decides many cases that Udnlires hontfrattdarth'iulri1i5u, and truth', honor 'and justice1 iiiD,6nl- -' the indicttnqnts in his" office Mediterranean. Saturday night, the 23rd, lie- stated come before hi'u. cers. Although, p'obrliimsdtf,fiavhlg borrowed money to go0l?rough .against D, P. Bethurum and that The tricksters like drowning.' otcrs, wiat do you think of a school, he has everfcfcei the Irieftd '"and helper of poor and 'rstrug- that the editor of this paper Vwas,,a; men, are grasping for the last straw &LM. ktealiitliowficwillJgiinEr ounc men andLsnected old aeeand trav hair aud''in turn &aiu XyCiyia puauivciy iciuscu iu uu on the water o&defeat. Their fond M- public thickand had stolen $jftU lJ-1H ' " " i iin so. , t Jonas McKknziu. . ore he 1ms lieard the loved by them. He Wa friend o! the colored man as wellas the white; a hopes will perfeh orTutS&eir ,vail of in tlieTaeSNTiOTi onvBiicTab decicTo nrcnSc" C. C. Williams. , Was agent for them at Mr. Ver evidence, and who will turn the Iriend to the noor and bends not the suonliant knee to'tVie'rlch'.'1' H8 '" auoscnpeu ana( sworn . 1. r . bitterness will indeed bciqicprable I 10 uciuic ' ' his ule by JoiiasfcKenfcie Md C. C. or Simply because a non." He lencated ' the same guilty loose and hold the innocent? is a strong advocate of education, and mauy'a time has ' ? ' " xV.. .Qnit The parties vh& signed the artiqle vojee in Us behalf. ii.-.i s . 1c .1.: the Repuplicans oRockaf;tie and i.uiij ui uiuuncuu uii jaai iuonaaj' This October 27th Williams, What will bd your course it;elected, was asked Mr. William's5 the X897. night. On Tuesday afternoon Col.' Wat'appearrfin the Mt. Vernon'Re the better element ofjtnetn too, are ' ' ' ' T .. " m ' s'a -- . our best for putting huooffic B. Fish drew up tne papers publican each week, tis to the char other day? John, J. B. Fish, J. Mt. V. P. C. . . ' hcterof our county officials, have "jShpuJdl bs sucsessful in this contest! I willTiawd 1)0 'pets; B'wlll these politlcions, cry out, tor tue editors suit against the We the undersiijne'd "certify that men, i said Bethurum asking damages in "beeii asked to make affidavits that at all tjmes try tp the.best ofmy ability to decide controversies' accord- we did, on the 26th day of October, bolters: We wish to say now, that ' io,oop the sum for anV'bile charge against Bethurum ing to law and justice, I will know no man's politics,' or religidnrbtit 1897$ examine the, Records of the nearly oil of onr great men of slander and defamation of charac- te'hbt true but; they refused to do so will give the same law to the humblest colored man that I will td "the Rockcastle Circuit Court Clerk's whom history speaks were bolters, f ter. Now Jet hiaKgo'out and pro- ' Iii conclusion we" appeal to the richest white man in the? xfountry, If elected, the County Judge's Call us bolters if you like. We.t nounce this An lectio'necring voteis to look to' the chat acteis of office fil be kept 'in decency and in order'. I will at all times en 'office for iritiidthents against D. love the name and are net afraid ori, the county and thereby reduce' tajca1' P.',Bethur'um.-th- e Stm&ne. If thre is an protection Bethurum and Dick Williams. deavor to reduce the exp6nses-oClerk having ashamed to wear it: Mv motto will be?S 'Low taxes and an honest disDensatiou of refused to give copy of 'Record and tion. at their Walks through life. for a man's ciaracter will be Look If bolters are meu who vote for 'they have set justice without regard'to5 men or party." while wc could not find, all the cood men and against men who demonstratedat lhevFebiuary term Lo0k at the example A host of the Republicans in this county ha've .pledged To him books, we found the following in- have been charged with crimes of the Rockcastle Circuit Court before your boys and mine, and vote when the case will come up for for the mau whom an honest con- their earnest support nnfI the only fault that any o'f them can find is, he dictments against D. P. Bethurum: We nrc ceitanily. science tells you is the better man. isa Democrat. Is not a good, sober, and honest Democrat better than Grand Larceny, Sept. term trial. :,TERS. e''TCy1873 When you do this, Dick Williams a bad Republican beutiip'o'h evil? Is not a sober, upright Republican Burning Clerk's office, Sept. will be our County Judge. better than a.druuken,tils1nTonest Democrat? You men who have famiterm 1873 The open enemy challenges resIn the Republican of last week lies and preperty, you yoihg nien who hope to have, lay aside blind Carrying .concealed weappect by his boldness, but those f the editor attempted to answer the political prejudice and fWe'for the man who will 'best serve the countty ons, Sept. term 1873 who fight for him while pretending charges we niade against D. P. Be Whereas, in an article in its We ask tjte people'tcf colnpare his record at the bar and in private Adultery, April term ,.. 1874 to be hostile, and against us, while J thuruui. In a ifazc of fury he last week's issue, the Mt. Vernon life with that .qC his opponent. Where is the man in Rockcastle who Selling liquor to minor, Sept pretending to be friendly, are enti- Said 'the charges made are as false Republican from would advise his son :b follow tht example of the present County Tudee Selling liqour minor, Sept, has lesurrected. to tied to be watched, but not to be-- j' and void of truth as the individual the grave of the dead past, events through life? .where H'tbf father or mother who would shed a tear z term ' 1875 trustedor respected. whoiditert that screed fa void of and occurrences which it were best over theii sou'rollowing feihe foot prints of R. G. Williams? Voters Stealing, Sept. term 1876 family and Rockcastle-.-'lboathe.b6St interest of your home, your honor and jnanly priciple," In to have let remained buried; and, of vote as an honest conscience House burning. Sept, term... 1876 his rage he changed M Democrats further, ch:rged them up to the county, and theq.walk upijee men and all can i get justice. Vofe for Forgery, Sept. term dictates to yo;i.V Select one before whom 1876 with being kuRUy and charged party with which the Independent one who will 'ever be sob'ePSnd honest oh and off the bench. Vote for VOTE FOR GOOD EN. Fornication, Sept. term them with all the fflnl crimes that candidates for County Judge and one who will'strive to" build" u' put county financially, morally and in Carrying concealed weapons 1876 Once more opportunity is given that were ever committed in Rock- attorney have always affiliated tellectually. 'Sudh a man-i- s pldin Dick Williams. Sept term 1878 to the people of this county to castle; chargodbem wjth killing with all of which is denied in anchoose good servants to conduct Selling liquor unlawfully, n Charley Bethurum. when when the other, column we feel justified in January-- term Ky., Sepjjjj'97 gentleman; I boldly say I would FRANKi: 1889 their public business. writer knew that Bethunitn was producing the affidavits below, Every voter has the privilege of ' Selling liquor unlawfully, be if I had a chance. Vote for the Sfcyi'voT- ..,, killed while icsisting arrest in Lin- bearing on the record of our pres- Editor Sig FaV. aiding in the selection. ..- January term ,1F 1887 t Mn rlntai. Cr two f nl1 Mrtt mill coln county. James Hethurum was ent county Judge, who nsks a re I wish to express an earnest re- - "?" """ "'" "Bul wuww.. ia., ut Selling liquor unlawfully, It is every man's duty so to aid. election at the hands of a long kilJediHi arfight. . , Will the voters choose the best man of your jiuniauuy; voie tor iutie i;ick wil- s quest 25 indictuienls, Aug. The' 'otJ:eV'charges promi)ted by suffering people. ams. Try him once. I am an Sp term 1887 There is but oue way to do this. paper: ,'r the spirit of an anarchist and a ever an humble convict. If party affiliations are courage'- Wm, Povntek, Gentlemen oh tfce County of ously severed and partisan prejudi.( b(o,mb thrower are so false and w. jnewcomd. Rockcastle," Won bafeahi&& ' ..;, t .tlief people know it so well that it James Markt. One of the hotcst campaigns this ces subordinated to an honest de!'; ' iiV'iinnecscssary to Wfste time in an county has seen for many years, now a candidate for Countyju'dge v C. C. W11.UAMS. termination to put only good " men KvJ':f i93U Idl . -- . answer. .We, call your attention will wind up Tuesday next and it that is opposed to any. corruption,, . into office this time, the reform'is Jonas McKenzjk. me Mitiim yjm ui' Kentucky. SS. tl le J6ci, two yea.rs ago 1 6 expected that the Will you, if ynu p;eas& --VP1? fo5 bo oiatk s is confidently f County of Rockcastle, ' Subscribed and sworn to before accomplished. were charged,- with kukluxing candidates for .vhich this paper has the man that is against, anyJtfiingiM li Henry Hamilton, until four All citizeus who wish for the me by Jonas McKenzie, William and that 14 of them were1 Repub- fought for, all along, will be triplacb"ilikb jwfieks.ago, a citizen of Henry Poynter, James Maret and C. C. general weal ought to know .that that nil puLa.man ip'a. licans, and that two of the Repub- umphantly elected. Every citizen bounty, Mo , being duly sworn, Williams, this October 27th 1897. there is no improvement to be hop licans turned States evidence and of Rockcastle who has the general the writer if?;,JOW iu,' Gentlemen, 1: and says that the statement i J. B. Fish, J. Mr. V. P. C. ed for from gang candidates. .suoie they were guilty and that one welfare of the county at heart wilL Lam not anjiipoliticiaii'butlotily a injade in the Mt. Verncn Republi Such candidates can not be free pow Democrat and one Republican were see to it that their votes are cast couvict, adtliou ftlle'X . to serve the p'eople. cdn by J. J. Hamilton, (his cousin') sent to the penitentiary. We men- for these men. what has been my ruin.OJifjfath-er- s hi regard to the actions of John W. They are of course, the agents' of ''' ' "5 WW llllr"' tion this fact not because wc beril! and obligated to gangs. that havePsons, let ine'oppeal Biker, while a citizen of the State lieve Democrats less guilty than Ky Oct, t'9, 97- They will not be faithful to the Misso'itriVisntirely false. t withers " and vitu to you to lay aside pdtfties't and The Republicans but merely to show Mr. Edjtbr: people. ifillhe deponent states that he lived that they aie not more guilty. It pcraticn was not started by this vote 'for the tjjan tfiat "firHlstlphold a'lieighbor to Mr.;. J Hamilton says in lUs It is folly to expect it. Elect John W. Baker in is doubtless true and all icem to paper. Tne opposition got rattled morality KounS raSfcT m'e arwoejmsj: wceic tnat Jolin , W. none to our county offices. Misspjjji, aifd he was a good agree that members of both parties over some of he many communica- warn you thatiraany nigfiFs since Bakerh'nllleeally sold whiskey candidates, s There are a law abiding mau. have had .something to do with this tions written by members of their my lncarcefavfou in '.61 f hiSjhfe where eyer he has and, the very pick, of these should my Henry Hamiwon. prison, clisveputuble business. This wc own party Ucuet printed in our pillow has beeu wet with, grieving .1 ..... sr.i lie marked on the ballots next Tues- Qiiuatiiuuu iuiu atvuiii to be- - becn.'want to say that is a They were refuesd column:. deplore as much as any man. . foV there is not a word of iin ' !(! Our tears. Whisky has wrec ked juy lite fore ma.by Henry Hamilton, this truth A(tei!accu-niDemocrats of all space in their own organ. Mr. Baker, presided here i ir That will solve the problem of cause is just and we will stand by Yet the oppqsjgu may be a irienu 15th day of Cctober 1897. YHS'lV"1$jk,low" t0 the black and sold",gocals..for4 and I gopd government for onr County, -- alaf.gup. T, B. Fish, J. M. V. P. C, He says: "TlYev arc- ic. 'of mine, that JUliope hejs still know that thefc' was never a more m Ml. Vernon Signal fo-s- aJ 5te Jf & . Ml lt. , 1 hard-workin- 1 , vWlf '" ", VWmy de-stoy- ed - Tmmzm . wmM2&: A :R..ja I 1 f-- ? Ishc'-affUVma- n e' j 1 , f Mc-Kenz- je had-"cha"ri- ty - - " - .. he-Tais- ; 1 -.- 1. -- ''' hrevaF il . it - V f 'Shfij ( 1 K -- 1 &i'l-:i,- - 1 d-r- I through-he-columu- t ) ! par-tie- - de-pas- es "mud-flinging- -- ',' citi-zen,- first-clas- ull-o- :kj cam-paigftil- jg - 11 mt da' v, J - I s K -' : ')th '. tt i--' Wk SS ...j.tV-- i ..,. a.' A CARD. P. J. McM,ullhji, - !,'Sn&. FORGERIES. '. v, ,. . Signal R.P.Norton, ", H. K. McKinney, Dear Sir. I see a. letter ,'! . Republican V M. Pennington, M. D,, y Fellow Citizens ot Rockcastle Republican from tliat "' ifftlilV-ri'- ', Attorn 9 Wi Mf. VltRNOTi. KV Oct. 29, The campaign is neariiig the close J. H.Gaut, where no one never gets hey ofMt. ..Yqmon, X? Ky. and you, as voters, will, on Tues Apt Taylor, , drunk and none of the cqunty oftnttrtdnt tli Vtt. VcraM K., day next, decide who will be your Meshack Gentry, Republican, ficials ever gambles in the Court" k. ' Disbarred From Inte-- 4 . mall natter' V". County "judge Tor the next four A. Pennington, Hpiise. I reaffirm that my figures Democrat, - -years. I ask you to turn a deaf ear George Liford, Department are'coxrect, Tliesc hgures were . Wjditor Smith was from Living- to the vemoned 'tongues of certain J. E. Woodall, made the spring prior to D. P. Be :iii to"-.'Monday, .'"" .; '. slough-bon- ds who have beeribrea-thin- g Andrew Gentry, Republican. thurum's taking charge of the of-Washington, Sept. 3b. Pension against me in speechslander fipe arid are true, A party, as a' ' ,r.!:t" ' i'j Attorneys Samuel B. McLean, of, '' '' Monday es. I don't think I overstate' the ' drowning ujan will grab at a 'straw, ' ;;;jttsburg;:.Pa.; M. M. Chase, of matter when I say that ''Aly, days J. T. Stephens was out trom Dis- - .it?is useless for you to attempt to ... jgLJrAngeles, Cal., and D. P. Be- - ". have been as pure'and my character Klcceiye the people further, even ifMonday. 3K?s 'JSifa'rpf'.Mt. Vernon, Ky., have less stained thap theirs", I have fyjVtf are a patriot No sensible - i&$.t&l!bc-Republrauwill have a log 'beeii' disbarred from practice be-- . . ever tried, witli an honest heartland thinking Republican will listen to ni.H3f; S0'y pibU'i tally here tomorrow. . fore the Jnler.ior 'Department?. a busy hand to so live that when vdu longer, That ring of corrupt. - ' c . v. Mi.-"- , , g rtt ,first-tWonamed ar'e.'ciiargea with' y my dust shall be mingled with the ion" must go. you are deinandingAand receiving illegal lurried from Garrard County. clods of the valley, that, gntjie Standing on the water's edge and pension feeV,; and Bethurum with humble slab that iriay mark'pY). re'on the first Tnesdav in "Nnvpmhpr of Paint filing 'forgeHl deplaratidhs in ti 'h"- ' Cash Kinnard Adanj's Lick is we intend to push you in. We sting place, all whqnow pie! may house. at :S;Vv' Postering Willis casetFrom Friday's Couras with one band, 'fie wiln t5 wilt baptise you and cleanse 3ou ' The town clectiou is getting al ier 'Jb'jurmitllOct'. ist.'iwt-- 1 897. ' write the words ''the world fs .betfrom all your filthy lucre, and . will .'-ji, . 'Ph.1-at'ftfct fnbstias hot as thecouuty races. ter from his having lived in it". confess your guilt before God and . published the Signal of Oct. 8th. 1807. We in. the For best flour at low rates call man and walk in newness of life. and a.great many believM&waS a; false announcement. We have nro- - Should you elect me, I shall do all :a&' ou V. S. Cummins, Livingston. cured from the Interior Department a .'cjpy: pf the original order and it in my power to elevate and build Now as to the county levy, can be found on file in tbisj&'ffice; 'and Belotv'... you will find the order up the coUnly of "Rockcastle, the . ;a, ' . ' Mrs Rosalind Nesbitt's select when did you change it, and for published fu full. '!-land of my nativity, to uphold the WJ.JM4school will reopen Nov 22nd at her what purpose when your county is !'f B" law; to look closely into the jus'12 sJtilHu .debt? It was for a political residence. tice of all claims and that none are yyTT '.Rurpose,you changed it, if not, v.Jhy - V7 o . V:''SiJ,; a 'j&Jis(-LA4J.rfT,Mrs. Dr. Level and Miss Kate allowed unless they are proper and v? WeZo&d didyoti ,not ch'dnge the county Mpore are attending Nashville v right, and I shall ever sttive to re levy two ysars ago, or even one "DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR. centenuial, duce expenses, cut down taxation year ago .instead of waiting until and give an honest' administration Dan Holdman of Crab Orchard of justice to all alike. I shall nev chipped a car of c&ttlcfiom here to then change itr Jo as long as you ' er decide a question upon the winCincinnati Tuesday. coqld keep oot: 'pf,..'electious yoii Pursuant to Sectiou S82 of the Revised Statutes, I hereby certify ning or losing- of a vote, but all irdid not'que tor tirop- Yhe county that the annexed, A. mai dog bit six of .Willis B. paper is a.ttjle and, complete copy of the disbarring respective of color, party or wealth Adams fine fox hounds lust week. levy until just before the ejection D. PvBETHURtJM, of Mt.,,V;ernon, Ky., from practice before This sba'l be tffealed fair.ly under my adana uteri ten a great pugabpo' to Heliad to kill them. and Bureau thereofytis .: upon the files of the ministration, should I be elected fool the people. Be honest add "t i ,qn " , ,. v'.'Fatty" Parsons has started a tell the people it was to gain 'votes the books shall be open aud the 'm TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto subscribed my people shall know what becomes paper at Rowland called the 'fvyou changed the cqnuty levy'ifrom name.Atfdlcaused the seal of the Department of the Its hot stuff. .Injtgrior to be affixed, the day aud year first of their money; fines and forfeitures 40 cents to 25 cents iii the face of J' J SBAI.. Cummins gets car loads at a lime. five ot six hundred dollars Hangwill be accounted for; no case will above written. t ia te" be smuggled; no person arrested B. "N. BLISS, Flour shipstuff mill feed, etc tor his ing over your county. 'Secretary of Intel ior. will be turned lose or convicted East End Livingston sto rej'Lowest Now sir, it is a gi and insult to r. i prices. without a fair trial, I will everiCbe even ask a boltcf as yon term us, v ).. '. r!ic3DEPA'RTMENT OF INTERIOR, sober both as a Court and a citizen, ' WirOri LogCablu day rally Satur- to support that ticket you. are de. Washington, Sept. 29, 1897. ' ' JC now promise you'that I will do . . . '"'ii''n i full well YotT'.know good fending. day go to W G Adams for a good afldsufijcientcause.p.p. BETHURUM, of Mt. Verthe right as God gives me judgeIbcre.ttjre men onjt 4Aiafs; are' noi dinner or.lunch at lowest rates. non,-. Ky,f will not be recognized from and after tliisjlate as attorney or ment to see it I be you for the wordiy'.of the JconfldencCj?of good ,V. S. Cumminc'Livingston gro Republicans. We have asked you ngeut in. the prosecution .of. any claim or otljer matter before the Depart- good of your county, your homes, cei'inan has just received two cars time after 'time to fnvestigate the ment of the. Interior Lop any. bureau thereof. your "wives and children in the Wour and ship stuff mill feed etc. J, .. ... ; .WEBSTER DAVIS, name of morality deceuey arid records of some oflvoiir candjclates . - : ;v ': Acting Secretary. ... ptices. Go to him-fo"irWip At i; i the name of education, at and now vou come out Vrid'ask..the ' ' ' . ' jiii whose shrine we ought to bow to Squire Ashley 6" wens, "was" 'up people, to mvestigatehe jec,ords ot W& wb'-f- l from Livingston Monday, Dr. Ben j" W. Baker. ,We are willing to. Garret the Republican nominee. bum couid buried in this road in e?st your--, votes for the man who wr . will best serve you. , aH ln m nmanu mirl nfliAfO F compare his record with J:hat of You may tell your tale, of woevin njan tilaces. ' A.O. Annn. FnSSHii.,....! ..... !....,- i., C If it be D. P.- Bethurum", vote for some of your candidates. I'll vow Africa, China or some other outr .uiuuucau iyviv Hc- ""Ui r him. If ittbe.1, then vote for me. you can't find 209 indictments, landish place; You can't .make a Hurdreds of our friends, : visited against Jiim, can you,,say.. as CTUchftrian who believes in iustice believe Gum SutPHBR Ky,. Oct. 25. '97y , Originally it. was not my desire us this week. Wc have sq much oTome of your candidates? James M'aret Editor: We anysucn siang. v orunibr County Judge, believing irw UVffi compdign matter we are .competed As I have been a citizen of tins' as I did, that financially speaking, are for Dick 'Williams,, for the sim-pfNow I wishto say thatcif R. G. .., v : the pleasure of mentioning reason 'he' "is an ipnest man. Williams is elected, he willfoe elect- couniy since 1059 except 2oyears-an- d at least. I could do fully as well or. them all by name. having been well acquainted better in the practice of law. But XVere fov. the. (ull Independent ed byRepublicansNmd those Jcu with your father and grarid-fatheboth Democrats and Republicans lfc'e't.ccaus,the candidates are of klus spoken off in the xepublicani oti jMw and Mrs H'. Jp the county.. ure not In it. J wish thexgentle-me- n I take the libertv to address this to asked, and insisted on me to tlie;best material sqii Clay and their neice MisSosa to me.tliier earnest support Can V6u say as much for some of wonld tell me what the Couiu you forp'ubljcatipn notwithstanding vnniiry, ave just rciurueu iionr'ii are a demqen and I a repuhlf; and recognizing tne great need ot a your'tVii'didates.. You know the ty Tudce has to do with the ?fi visit to Miutonville, Casey County ctinVgeS tve have made are true and nance of our country. No more change, I felt it my duty, in re They report a nice visit. sponse '.o their request to make the ve p;'6pose to prove them, but you than a new botn babe. As the duty to my s.elf; and ' ' of us. Now in 'conchi1 pditor of the Republican has poopOur delinqilerit subscribers whose all gqod citizeijs I advo- - race. Had Judge Lair, J.. W. Genimsay there is no regular ed so low as to souse his pojitcal names appeir 611 printed labels on si'n.iptt-lay aside all party pre try, or an j other honest fair or partial Republican been nominated authorized Republican party in this, pick to dig up the past thirty ears. judice :and tueir oaner must give neea to mi5 uurtiui political action vyill throw him a bone.. , One arid, vote for thVbest men, who will I should never have run. Had you Pny "n'p or we will be com county Stjireseut. The chairman J uo'titie. pelled to place them, for collection. is aJravld t'he primary was a fraud, Leonard Bethurum said in. Brad soberly and honorably discharge seen justice stabbed as often as I, tlG&ljSinissal of the old county head he was opposed to .knklux ". ?.' you would exclaim "My God give the duties of officials. ' t here coffinltttee us another Judge". Let us work a fraud. So we have but I deserved to be kukluxed for 'Grant Bu'rch was 'Brother christians .lend your aid earnestly from now until the poles no yrefe to go at present so why for writing the letters IA haye fromGarrarc Tuesday and tried in advancing the morals and close on Tuesbay evening. Let Commissioner White on charge not taKe.'rIie device of Justice rather against his father. Youneed not our county. Set aHex- - every inan who wants a change ,a device of fraud and corrupt-- i attempt to deqy it forL have the' . of having broken into a bonded, Van ' x VVe'are tired of these 10 dol- proof by as responsible a man as ampteior onr cniidreu 10 louow speak out and go to work. I ap'warehouse. He was sent to Cov- - 311. Slhiime on that will raise the plane of society peal to all who are in favor of hon' lar rings in a primary to secure the there is in Brodfiead. ,rrgton. nomination of candidates whom a party who,will stoop so, "low 'as instead of lowering it. I say stand est and fair dealing, all who are in A silver medal contest will be we deem not Worthy of the humb- - you are stooping to save a ring of firm oy tne right arid condemn the favor of building up our county, all ,.,'giyenat Court House Friday eve- - lest voter of iuib coumy. xnow the most damnable .corruption wrong in all its phases. Let us who place country above party aud votefor men who will strictly ad- right above wrong and especially "njng Nov 5 under the charge bf MrA?E(Jtriot 'it is an evectent fact ever entered into any party. Re- here :to their official duty, yet who all who have asked me to run or - tlialWc ekpeu'ditures of 1896 under am still an Abraham MrsRosalind Nesbitt. Free admiswill be kind and not offensive on pledged me their support, to help publican. D. R. Totten. siou. Misses Fannie and Florquce ;th'e pfcrielit Judge, is far in accouut of a little brief authority. of Judge Lair: and ., Hatye Jluluns, Eerta Estes, me earnestly in '.his' contest', and 1: .v 'Men' who will take a pride in all "".. Gracie :McCa1l where has tlfe money gone. When . 'Adinas Jael Colyer, public interests and improve- victory will be ours. Conway, Ky., 6ct., 25,' 9 p'ttie Brownand Olia Gentry Vill Jhe'apprdpriatious for County are Yourc very truly, ments needed yet not be" unnecesM iesSthan .contestants. they were four Mr. Editor y sarily expeusiue in exenditurs of :u R, G, Williams. ceafs ago and the expenditures One thiug I wish Pf.say, to the public funds. We will find J. W. o . bolted nearly double. was it Withers, Ky,, o y .'.( : v ,v...w. Of SlcrnnlOct. .19, 9"7 ttie 'Repijblican Who and voted people pf Rockcastle qottnty, that BakerfiG. W. McClurc nnd R. G. party , x W. W.b.. Judge Colyer has beeu speaking .Williams, in my opinion, the men Mt. Vkrnon, Ky., Aug. 31, '97 Judge Denney in his speech here We'.Sboll tije' Greenback ticket tnd swore '' cast oiy.,YOtes for R. G. Williams fpr fie never intended to cast another all oyer the county' telling the reauy equipped iu uieciauu nu iu Editor of Signal: from the fear of Bailey's special people what a good officer he has" tne letVej this entire bill. In answer to an, article which ap- train Wednesday said ."doiit vote for Republican vote, P. D, Colyer, think all other goqd,-J(e)(?' Judge,-aubeen, he tells th.e people that everyLet aij candidates who .are not peared in the "The Republican" the man but for party". That he niih'licans should do the same thine. ' Whowas it that has said harder body that says anything about how tlitiilrtf Vllihnf n P nntliiirnm ftinn uprightin all theircouduct whohave of last week in regard to the con said, was his way of showing , t Jaines A. Barnett, . . Mul- - fmv ? j ever dare to sav? Some the business has feeen carried on and dotib'tless will in the future pra- duct of some of the County Officials principles. He cares, nothing for bolter " in this county shlce he and Dave i r lmsj James H. Cummpigs, . same men who signed that and We wish to differ from those whose law and order. He is for party ii.TLPhilbeckCHMullins.Jri article . of Aug. 26, and it can be Bethurum has beCU in office, are ctice arid patronize drunkiness at the names follow that article: above everything. M.,Mul- all liars and thenfciuth is not in 'immorality be defeated iv Palestine Barnett, If necessary, it can be proven by proven, and if you ever become a .,: T R Mulhns. . : .polls, m , , 'linst . reputable Republican citizens that condidate, even for constable, we them. I wishvto say to the peof pie that underjljudge Lair's ad Whcr&aWilliams, and the other some of said officials have been By an error of artist or some one A LasV, )vee'k Tom Tatars black- - jwill lay your hides out on the ministration . Jwp mertioncd above, are moral else the Independent device which brauch road guilty of official and general consmith, shop was broke open aud. Til- - fence to dry just as some of your sobermen. Little Dick is a special received $16 dollars every-yeaand, unworthy of their of- appears on the Rockcastle official friend't'8 the poor and the llliter ate duct, not ouly w .raaitGilpin's bicycle stbreri. Tues- - candidates will be served uext the first year of Bethurum's reym ficial positions, but of the dignity ballot, the figure of a woman is :r. day and is always lending a heDinghard Mfc Gilpin saw Cicero Dislicm j Tuesday. I, understand, from good 'r and morality expected of the humb larger than the device we have deeti itreceived not cent last year 'J. for theip upbuilding audisastroug t- , aboyHviugin,KnobsStIsouthofiauthofity,ftiatjtjiHon,Uon wh() using on sample ballots and "the lest private citiien: was surveyor ?t anil said roadi ret . Crab Orchard, pass through Bred-,',. advoca.c of education. I know from M. P. Newcomb, scales ofjustice" fails to shoiv r.p Republican, ' dadied that articte in the Republi- - ceived not a, cent, Tr, not even tools. whence,,, pick Williams came. I head riding the wheel Mr. G. mout- in the woman's hands, However she H. C. Gentry, ' " So I resigned and a new man was knew.each of his grand fathers' and ed a horse and chased himvscvral.canof'0ctber x5' a,,d lm is a splendid looking woman and Smith, J. J. miles and captured hifii" Disiion bolted the Republican party in appointed. This year it received &f. his crratlcf mo'thet Halev: upright. V. Democrat, all voters who favor law, order and James Marct, n '.) who 1V a boy about 16 'yet.rs wak Jackson count', and voted for iram This roai is'" known as tne firm idYfhe right and justice. Vote justice arc invited to place, their X Win. Poyntcr, brought here and loged it jail. for BakW, McClure and Williams. Hollensworth and defeated DjvuI ro .(1 in ihc oonnty; a horse Geo. E. McCoy. under this device, , E. W. Bakur 1VV.' FILEJ) " ....JifcW . - : cmocrat, tl 1 i6-,.ji- Saint-ly-lCil- l&tMW ns"' . I ( itit-eK- c - - u ,'' jtt v Imxi -- i$jr 'V ,nH;r.. nV "'""" "c 4 "-- - . . j-- Si VOTE , To-da- - -- pen-sio- NEm ', . . Sf aBbtie-telegrrf- TUESDAY .;.jw-u?.W- ?- -' jSi For . - - HGffli& S'-- R. G. Williams, G..W. McClure, 4 lift - - ut J. W. Baker, - x r VScan-dalizer- ". ' - The Independ ent candidates . 4For forJustice, Law and Order. jus-tfce-:- in WF " r , t43t" -- 1 , w : i.r 4 The Independ device - . "- ent on v e' -- . y , regular ballot is. ''C'e. r, run,-pledgin- a little .different.. yu vV from the one that d e we have been y -- f printing, yet it is a woman and a '' be-f- or good looking one too. So vote tin J der it and you . will vote,, fight. if,tfche .' . . one-ha- lf "nffiir-Wrlitn- r, .?, - , - . I --. f-C- -- 'of-the- , . i - the;-Cdv- e i ., - -- ',,.,.. . i. 11 1 '" t tt r" .. ".""""inw- j- Do Yon Play Whliit, Eiielir or Oitie Onmcnt Tlir P. P. V. pTnyins card ii hotter tliatr nnv 50 cent cnnl on tlio market. Rend 15 cents for one deck or 25 cents for two decks (stamps or currency) to C. 11. "Ryan, AsVt Gcn'l I'ass'r Agt. C. & 0. Ry., Cincinnati, O. A woman Is unhappy nil summer lecau;s she can't lmy every pretty shirt waist aha sees. Washington Democrat. TKA1N IN THE KIVEIi. Twenty-Eight Lives Lost and Half That Number Injured. In muscle, joint or bone, anywhere Rheumatism is cured by St. Jacobs Oil. A boy is never too trlflinp to learn to whistle real loud thiough his lingers. IHeh Witter Injured the IttlnliiB AVnll Kntl a Special Train Slip Into the II miaou Illver Bloat of tho Dead Lost Their I.Itcs From Drowning. Yorlc special No. 40, on tho New York New Yonu, Oct 25. Buftulo and New the sciatic nerve Jacobs Od, n ml cures the pain. A good time to quit a bad you are out of money. It penetrates St. is when habit PAINFUL AFFLICTION Son Writes a Letter Telling How His Fother Was Troubled. IN'l).-"- JIy WINAMOE, father va troubled w lllf tolls unit ciiibunelcs. ATlcr miITciIhk for howo time, he liciutl uT a by IIuoiI'h Kiirsupuiillii. similar cnsoi-iirci- l lie beau Hilling llils mcdiclnu iind continued Its who until lit) was ruled. My mother Is tailing Hood's K.irsapaillla for K. iliuuiiintlMii iind It la liclplnu her ' Get only Hood's. Kuukiuk, Uox Ibl. A tn Mier 1IN: easy Hnnrl'c Pillcr,,r0 ims tiitiicrutK -- to I I mill c. take, si Alabama Marries Mississippi oxtoru, Ala., writes: Have Ubcd Dr. HI. A. Simmons I.lvcr Medlclno 25 years. I know it cures Dizziness of Ueni), Sour Stomach, Sick Jlcndncho, and manyothordlscascs.l Central and Hudson River railroad, due to arrivo in this city at 7:30 o'clock Sunday morning, wnsthrown from the track into tho Hudson river, ono nnd n hnlf miles below Garrison station. Twenty-eight lives were lost. The retaining wall along the river had been undermined by high water in tho river and the track caved under the weight of Tho train consisted of tho train. o a combination tho engine, car, a express and two smoker, ordinary coaches and four sleepers. Tho engine and two forward cars are submerged in 50 feet of water. Engineer Foylc and Fireman Tompkins went down with tho engine. All tho sleeping car passengers escaped. A man named Williams, of Buffalo, died after being rescued from the river, his arm having been torn off. Up to 5:30 o'clock ten bodies had been recovered. Seven or eight of the dead were Chinamen who were in the smoking car. A. O. McKay, private secretary to General Manager Van Et-tais missing and is said to have been on the engine. A number of wounded have been taken to hospitals in l'ough-kecpsl- e bag-Igag- rvsai TXESIS tried 'Thodf ord's Black Draught," but Oli not And. It to bo half as food as tho BI.A.SluimonsMcdlclne. 8." Lcucorrhasa-"Wlillc- This Is a disorder from which few woman escape at some pciiod of their Uvea. It Is in the nature of nasal catarrh. Iu a healthy condition the liulnirincuihrancotthaKCiillal organs secretes sulllclent mucus to moisten tbciD.butif tho rnucna lscmbrand is or inflamed, the secretion becomes profuse, irritating and offensive. Tho best results will follow the oso of onr Mexican rmnlellemt!dy as nn injection, and adose twice a day Tor eomo time of that great utcrlno tonic. Dr. Simmons HquiMT Vln Ylue, will care the complaint. ; con-Best- i. Simmon j.rver aiecii cluo has been used SO years In my Father's family for Ncrvousnoss.SIck lload-ncliDyspepsiu, BIN iuusuess. Jiy Sister was confined to bed formontbs from Enlnrcoment or Liver. Our Doctor cava her up to die. Sbo began .taking HI, A. 8. 1. M. ana Inu soon entirely well. IHLIUIUL'J lCa 'There lno lust comparison between 31. A. S. I.. SI. and Zellln'a Liver ttegulatur. Tho latter by careful test having lceu found not so reliable has been discarded. c, KS. l.'nergy, Miss., writes: BI Tabcrty U (ho period when menstrnfttloa la established. It 1m the time when tho girl hecotncaawoman.nnd also tho time from which many female diseases date. Tho menstrual flow usually continues from three to six days nnd contest on about every twenty-eigh- t da 8. Tho quantity exudoa varies from two to eight ounces, but tho amount consistent with tho health of ono person may ho excessive nnd weakening In Another. The function is regarded aa being regular when its effect upon tho system is favorable. Tho departures from healthy menstruation aro numeronn and should bo corrected by using Dr. Simmons gquun Vino Wine. Menstrual Irrorjularltioi. You Going South? Then make the trip over the famous Queen & Crescent Route. Historic and scenic country en route, vestibuled trains that have no equal in the South, and the shortest journey possible. You save a'hundrcd miles of travel to the most important southern cities via the Queen & Crescent. Write for lnrrmtlon to ' VI. C Urueral Ptuenger Agent. Cincinnati. ( Html 10 f nln fur lino Art colorrd Mtnogrrtpn of Mminulii ami I'.ilclfBMBitira l.uokotit Look for the name ESTEY on the front of an Organ. That is the quickest way to tell whether it is a Tho ilrst man, unknown, who was taken out of the wrcclc by the rescuers, was breathing when found, but badly He died soon afterwards, his crushed body being sent to Peekskili also. Tho sleeping car conductor says lie is nble to account for all his passengers except five, and he is not certain that these aro lost. Tho wrecked train was known as tho Stato express. It left Buffalo nt 7, o'clock Saturday night and was due in New York at 7 o'clock Sunday morning. The train was hauled by engine 873 and consisted of one American Express car, one composite baggage and smoking car, one day coacli and six sleepers. Poughkcepsio was the last stopping place of tho train before the disaster at 5:10 a. m. At this timo there were in the smoker, in atdition to the baggageman, Herman Acker, of Peekskili, who was in his compartment, eight Chinamen en route from the Canadian border to New York, and a middle-age- d man, supposed to bo Thomas Itcllly, of 2800 Wisconsin nvenue, St. Louis'. All of these excepting the baggagemaster perished. Tho day coach contained IS or 20 passengers, many of whom were women and children. How many of these escaped is not known, but nt least 12 were drowned or killed in this car. Behind the coach was the six sleepers, with about 05 passengers. t Tho total cargo of human freight consisted of something over 100 people. At Fishkill the train lessened its speed, as it is its custom to run from that point to Tarry town at tho rato of about 25 miles an hour. Most of tho passengers were asleep, those in tho sleepers being in their berths, while the occupants of tho coach and smoker were for the most part doubled up in their beats. Just how tho train met its awful fato will probably never bo fully known, for tho men who first felt the danger, Engineer John Foylo and Fireman John Tompkins, Sunday night laid dead In tho cab of their locomotive at the bottom of the Hudson river. Conductor Parish, who was in charge of tho train nnd who was making up his report in one of tho cars when tho crash came, was rendered unconscious by a blow on the head. Before 10 o'clock Sunday morning, s large number of curious spectatori had gathered at the scene, coming from tho nearby towns nnd villages by trains, wagons, bicycles and boats. Tho number of morbidly curious steadily increased as tho day wore on, and excursion boats even came from placet far up and down the river, all loaded down to tlte water's edge, until at thero wero fully 10,000 about tho wreck. It required the utmost exertion on the part of Chief Humphrey of tho railroad police and his force ol detectives, to hold these people fai enough in check to allow tho railroad men to proceed with their work. Following is a list of dead as far a: Thomas Reilly, St. Louis; No. 2, Chinaman, unidentified; No. 3, Wong Gim, a Chinaman; No. 4, Chinaman, unidentified; No. 5, Chinaman, unidentified; No. 0, Chinaman, unidentified; No. 7, Chinaman, unidentified; No. 8, Chinaman, unidentified; No. 0, E. A. Green, of Chicago; No. 10, Chinaman, unidentified; No. 11, W.II.G.Mycrs, of Tremont, N. Y.; No. 12,, woman, unidentified) No. 13, woman, unidentified; No. 14, Guisseppo Paduaano, of Now York; No. 15, W. .S. Becker, Newark, N. Y.; No. 10, unknown man, died while being rescued; No. 17, A. G. McKay, private to General Superintendent Van Ettan, body supposed to bo in wreck; No. 18, John Foylo, engineer of East Albany, body not recovered; No. 19, John Q. Thompkins, fireman of East Albany, body not recovered. Total number of known dead, 10; es timated number of dead, 28. Eleven persons wero injured. sec--ctar- y and l'eekskill. llon'i ThUT. .IUVENILE3.W We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward Teacher "Fritz, tell me the name of for nny case of Catarrh that can not be tho animal who furnishes us with cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., 1'iops., Toledo, O. hams?" "The butcher." We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Aunt "Well, Bobby, what do you Cheney for the last 15 years, nnd believe want to be when you grow tip?" Bob- him perfectly honorable in all business tiansactlona and financially able to carry by (suffering from parental discipline) out any obligations made by their firm. "An orphan." West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, To"Paw! Say, paw," little Johnny be- ledo, O. gan. "Now, what do you want?" usked Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Toledo, Ohio. his suffering father, with the emphasis Druggists,Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, Ilall'i on tho "now." "Will my hair fall otf acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the svstcm. Price 75c. per botwhen It's ripe, like yours?" A little girl on Long Island offered a tle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. rather remarkable prayer a few nights Hall's Family Pills nrc the best. ago, when she said: "I do thank Thee, An Vpper Oat. God, for all my blessings nnd I'M do " Mrs. Murray Kill is a very homely woman. as much for you some time." Her husband n absent from the city and "What Is an average?" asked the her dearest friend, Mrs. Manhattan lieach, class seemd to be posed, called. Mrs. Hill said: teacher. The "The last thing my but a little girl held out her hand went away was f o give husband did before he me a kiss." eagerly: "Please, it's what a hen lays "H'ml I should think that would he the her eggs on." Bewilderment followed, very last thing he would want to do." And now they don't speak for some but the mite was justified by the lesY. World. son book, in which was written: "The hen lays 200 eggs a year on nn average." riclurrn Tell the Slorr boy who, in Of how everything looks In South Dakota A certain his earliest trousers, could only thrust as the result of the great cioiii tif the last years. his hands through, his belt for want of three unmvny The Chicago, Milwaukee ic St. company uiiHiiaii niiologruplis ran I pockets, had his heart rejoiced at lart luken of iKtii.il farm scenes in South Dako with a pair of trousers which had real la und linn Iind them reproduces) iu un ciglit-pngillustrated cilcular. pockets In them. Ills first net wits to which it is distributing rost eomo down to a male relative with his who ate looking for new frro of in tho to nil homes hands stuck proudly In these pockets fertile section of the Middle Northwest. most "Look! Send your and to exclaim: Io" got migration address to II. F. Hunter,Dear-horImagent for South Dakota, 201 n Chicago pockets with fioors In 'eml street, Chicago, III., or to W. 15. Powell, News. (cnrral Immigration agent, 110 Old Colony Building. Chicago. HI. SOME ODD LITTLE FAOTS. An F.vcn ISvclinnRcw An ordinance being enforced In NewAuthor Husband (trying to write) My born, N. C, prohibits anyone, propriedear, uliy don't you take up the study of tors anjtl employes included, from go- German t Wife Why, John, what do you mean? ing in or out of n place of business be"Well, dear, I mran that you might tween Snturdny midnight nnd Sunday then give my English language a muclineed-ethe midnight. rest." Judge. Shakespeare's daughter, Judith, who Try Ornln-O- t Try Ornln-O- I was 22 when lie died, survived him 40 grocer Ask years and became a Puritan. So rigid package your OKAIN-O- . tho to show you a of new food drink was she that she would never go near a that lakes the ilaie of coffee. The children plnyhousc, and was intolerant of ciery-thin- g may drink it without injury as well ns the adult. All who try it like it. GltAIKO theatrical. Mocha or Two daily newspapers aro now print- baa thatis rich seal brown of grains, undJava made from pine tho hut it ed by the Jnpanese in Formosa. One of most dclaalc Htom.tchs receive it without the price of coffee. 15c and (hem appears in Japanese only, white distresj. tho other hns articles in three . lan- 25 cts. per package. Sold by all grocers. guages Japanese, Chinese nnd EngDoniextlo Cnrves. lish, or what is Intended to be. English. "Pusher Is fmioiis." "What's the matter!" The supposed grave of Eve Is visitcO "He was arretted on suspicion of being by over 40.000 pilgrims In each yeur. It scoiclier." Is to be seen at Jcddah, in n cemetery "U'ell-is- n't lie!" outside the city walls. The tomb is 60 "No; Hint's n sloop he wears." Detroit Itcc Pi ess. cubits long and 12 wdc. The Arabs entertain the belief that Eve was the Mi like Into Ynur SIiopn. tallest woman who ever lived. Allcn'a Foot-Iyisa powder for the feet. Out in Ilcdlands, Cnl., they have been It cures painful, swollen, mint ting feet and cutting grain this season with a har- instantly tnl.o.i I he ntlng out of coins and the (jrcntest comfort discovery vester that is truly a mammoth of Its bunions.ngc.It'sAliens of the makes tight over 50 feet or new shoe feci easy. It isn let lulu euro kind. It has a cutting-ba- r In width, cuts the grain, threshes It, for sweating, fallout, hot, tired, nihing feet. ties It up In sacks nnd turns out hun- Try it to da v. Sold by nil druggista and shoe stores, 2.V Tiial parknge. FUKK. Write to dreds of these sacks an hour. , Allen S. N. Y. THE WIT OF e d baby-buggFoot-ICixe Ohn-dcd- ... Why Some Men Are Weary. A good many hundreds and even thousands of long suffering husbands can bear sorrowful testimony to the fact that this is the sort of catechism the wives of their bosoms subject them to every time lliey put on their hats to go out In the evening: 'Where are you going?" "Oh, I'm going out for a few minutes." "Where?'7 "Oli, nowhere In particular." "Oh. nothing." "Why do you go, then?" Well, I want to go. that's why." "Do you have to go?" "I don't know that I do." FIBROID TUMOR Expollod by Lydla E. Pinkha'm's Vogotablo Compound. Interview With Mrs. D. A. Lombard. "What for?" begonHoiig, f his Is tho reason so many marriages are a dead flat fizzle and failure.-Philadel- phia Times. will you!" that you don't." I'Sec No." "How long?" "I don't know " "Anybody going with you!" No." "Well, It's strange that you can't be eon-teto stay at home a few minutes. Don't "Whydovougo, then?" ' Hccause "Itceausc what!" "Well, simply because." "0ln,8 to be gone long?". Stnr Tohnooo. If you ears for pleasure, health and economy, chew Star tobacco, the leading brand of the world. Lota of men would like to get a pension, so many want to go to war. Washington Democrat. hut not nearly The muscles stiff; body sore, a sure Cure for it in St, Jacobs Oil. Some folks enjoy nothing so much as around tnlking suspiciously about their neighbors. Washington Democrat. go-I- Lydla K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It cured mo of a fibroid tumor in my womb. Doctors could do nothing- forme, and they could not cure mo at the hospital. I will tell you about it: I had been in my usual health, but had worked quite hard. When my monthly period carno on, I flowed very badly. The doctor gaveme medicine, but it did me no good. He said tho flow must he stopped if possible, and he must find tho cause of my trouble. Upon examination, he found there was a Fibroid Tumor In my womb, and gave me treatment without nny benefit whatever. About that liiue a lady called on me, and recommended Lytlla G. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, I said she owed her life to It. said I would try it, and did. Soon after the flow became morn natural and regular. 1 still continued taking tho Compound for 60tno time. Then tho doctor inado an examination again, and found everything all right. Tho tumor had passed away and that dull ache was gone. Mrs. 15. A. Lovidaiid, Box 71, Wcstdalc, Mass. rot I have reason to be here now if think that I would it had not been for lafiaAftMttmjfeMfMlUiUfeJUMUMUMUfeJLAJ Doughs that kill aro not distinguished by any mark or sign from coughs that fail to bo fatal. Any cough neglected, may sap tho strength and undermine tho health until recovery is impossible). All coughs lead to lung trouble, if not stopped. Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Cures Coughs. "My little daughUr was taken with a distressing cough, which for three years defied all tho remedies I tried. At length on tho urgent recommendation of a friend, I began to give her Dr. Ayer'8 Cheiiby PECTonM. After using ono bottlo I found to my grea. surprise that she was Improving. Throo bottles compfotoly cured her. J. A. GUAV, Trav. Salesman Wrought Iron Itango Co., St. Louts, Mo. layer's Gherry PeGforai at half price Is put up in half size bottles 50 cents MM shop. A fool can do more damage In a minute than n wise man can undo in six SHORT POINTED PARAGRAPHS. I'nnnlnions. Medium The spirit of your wife is here, .Mnn is made of dust or at least some dreamed wives think their husbands arc. y" and says she never put led. of such happiness since you two Love Is a diseaso that most peopTe The Man Tell her I feel the same way. Life. get just as often as they nrc exposed. The woman who can't hold her tongue Queen & CrcKccnt Hoiite llxiidtmiie Historical Lithograph. or a baby has no business with cither. Colored vlow of No matter what a girl's political be- Missionary Rldgo. AVnhlon's Chnttnuooga. Hiilgo, Mini lief may be, she always wnnts protec- portions of tint t'hicknnintign field ns Keen from tho summit of Lookout, Mountain. tion. Some men nrc so dense thntaboutth'e Ilighent stylo of lllliogrnphei'K nrt. On for only time they get next is In a barber lino tinner, plnte 10x21. Mnilcd (JoinHI cents hi sin in pi. rnns'r r lllnenrson, birds-eye ! OII'l' Tlllt GENUINE ARTICLE! . Walter Baker & Co.'s Breakfast COCOA Pure, Delicious, Nutritious. Coata Less than ONJi CliftT-n . Agt., Q. & (J. Polite, Cincinnati, O. Siipplnc-nllon- cup. Trade-Mar- months." Travel often broadens a man's mind also his stomach, if he can afford to hotels. stop at first-claThe style of house that will accommodate two families without trouble has never yet been constructed: Some of the would-b- e actors who wnnt to go on the stage should take the fast express; It would get them homo quicker. Chicago News. ss Lady Aro you willing to do some chopping for your dinner? bided . Jerry What kind of pie is it, mum -N. Y. Journal. ?- Wnnleil . lie sure that the packago bears our Walter Baker & Co. (CjUblllhed 1780.) Iridt-Mjik- Limited, :(,ve Un of indigestion and ncivonsness, tun associate ailments, also leincdied by the Mil tax, which malaila, constipation, liver also vnncjuislit-complaint, ilicumatism and kidney com- This is Hie prayer of the nervous who do not sleep well. Let them use Hostettcr'a Stomach llittciH anil their prayer will be speedily nnnwcifd. Insomnia is the product Itcil, DofCflCStCr, MflSS. . IW-- . plaints. ABOUT WELL-KNOW- N PEOPLE. AI Gen. Lew Wallace lias written n new book, consisting of two poems, dealing with orlentnl life. Chauncey Depew expects to purchase, a farm of from 200 to 300 acres within ten miles of Boston. He hns not yet decided on the exact location. Mrs. F. W. Fnckler, of Dayton, Ot.has fallen heir to an estate In Germany valued at $20,000. Her title to the estate was established by a family Bible la her possession. THE MARKETS. LIVK STOCK -- Cuttlo,cotmnon,f 3 , Tinth. ltrowne I can't sec tlnil he's looking. Towne Hut his wife is with him now. n lilaml vnnrnffc. diitln-finishe- d timo, Pullman Sleepers, Parlor and Dining Cats. For comjilele information address J. P. Muffett, Tiavcling Passenger Agent. Knoxvillc, Tcnn, It. A. Cnmnbell, Geneial Passenger Agent, St. Lotus, Mo. To St. Louis .mil the West. 53 miles the KJioite.it from Louisville, makes the quickest Take Hie Air Line It is not safe to rriticiso folks too recklessly, for you ran'i (ell .whose relatives they may bo. Washington Democrat. lxcuralnn r In Amerlfnn l.'nt Slock. Horse. Poultry Mini Dnlry riliotra, I'hleiieo. .ov. Tlc-IiPt"-in. North-Wester- There is the secret of a comfortable, pleasant, healthy life for women. Don't stand up over the wash-tub- , doing that grinding hard work, that isn't fit for any woman. Use Pearline. Soak the clothes over nigljt, while you sleep; boil them a little; then there s no work to do but to rmse them. Don't make a slave of your- SrSi2(i-USL- r cf.lf rrvm.r rr. crruh tL.nnro wiun :mi .!, in& " "" ......... l ordinary ways. Use Pearline, and make all such work easy and quick and more economical. kit Don't drudge. Use Pearline. mx miZm& t t ii Cincinnati, I Oct. :& (Jft ascertained up to midnight: No. 1, Hclctt ion butvlivi-8..- l PALVKS-KuIlOOS-Cniiui- h- to good light. : (i 4 w 0M IK) . . I! Oil good organ or not. Wrilefnr Illustrated Catalogue with Drlces. to Eitey Organ Company, UratllcDoro, VI. Mixed packers I.lKlit li1ip(-TSIIKIU'-Clioko 'J :i TT 1P5 j FREE AVE LAMIIS-Uo- od KLOUK-Win- ter Wlicnt-nUKA1NNo. 3 red to o. 00 & :t 4i M &. :t 70,. 3 05 da :i Co 3 75 ft elioli-- IS 5 15 - fninily -- ' nil 3 50 St a. F4 GO 'J k m, 75 5 II Via Hie Line, will be sold TiiCMlav and Tliurs day during tlte show. limited to Monday following dale of sale. Apply to agents Chicago fi Noi H'y. nt reduced inles, each WSsgsj&ss ', 0B-BBBa-t- PHOVISIONS-Mesipo- ih 'i Hjr- - No. 2. HAY -- Prime to eliolcu -- Corn-N- o. Oats-N- o. 3 mixed ... & (li J 'J5', ai 47 fesfRg . HtW HAWN won - Liiid UUTI'in: I'rlnio APP1.KS FLOUIl-Wlnier 1'iiino Mi'iim.. Uliolcc Uulry.. lotlioliu creamery. I'll- - libl liul NKW YORK. ... 1 (Ij (I Ml & a in-- " 4 4 15 13 7.1 it Cn rt 15" 35 POTATOIIS-P- cr S Ml in the new plav!" ,VAnV. Ticy. "We I," tho lady answeied, "John had his mouth full of cloves." Indianapolis Jour. nai Fits stopped fieennd permanently cured, No fits after lust day's use of Dr. Kline's Great Nerve 1'estoier. Free $2 trial bottle A treatise. Dr Kline, Ktt Arch st., Pliila., Pa. racav I CATHARTIC CANDY t CURE CONSTIPATION ALL DRUGGISTS lot 25 50 I 75 W 35 7 W Culture's Coadjutor. wejl-bie- END VDUR NAMB ON A POSTAL JWD rND WE WILLSEHBYOD OUR. 156 FfVGe Nn. 2 red. COUN- - No. i mixed patent.... ... bM a W M lit, fib J 4 with." ,,u1, "What an air of repose young Newiich line." "' WJ,1 ,,a"!''lly lazy to begin Chicago Hecoid. .! W.WiWrVW.'iWAWrW.mW ItYi: ILLUSTRATED OVTALoaUE OATS-MlPOHie-No- xeil w VlNoiranER IMWfKrlUTEfc Repeating Arms Cd. COHH, LA Ul UltAIN-Vlie;it--- muts, Western...1. CIIJf'AOO. Winter jiaiuitH 33'fr4 8 75 4114 3.l 3 To Cure a Cold In Our Ony Fake Laxative Hiomo Quinine Tablets. All .Iruggists refund money if it failstorurc. 2.V. Every man llijnks his ciedit is good. Washington Democrat. Hit hard, bruised and sick. Used St. Jacobs, Oil; cured him quick. come of every cent they 73 10 I "TO SAVE TIME IS TO LENGTHEN LIFE." DU YUU VALUb Urbf THEN USE fj : SOUTHERN l'r.Ol"H Viyl.... Nn.;!Clilcu:;o s'liiini,' NiL 6 00 Homeseekers' Guide Kerj bomeseeker should address either J. F. MCItHT, A. O. 1'. A.. Manchester. la W. A. KKI.I.ONI). A. O, 1. A.. Louisville, Kj or 8. O. HATCH. I) i A. Cincinnati. O., for a free eopj of No, 3 Nn. 3 l'OKK Mchi CORN OATS -- -- , nAi.TiMcmi:. W4 2l'tt4 7 bO I 35 UO'Aia ( do Dili 2IS IS'rf 7 ttt I 37Vi 4 k14 LAKD-Stu- am tt lit J., Oct. 25. A levero northeast storm prevails here and along tho immediate coast. Up to lli ILLINOIS OHNTKAJ. IIAII.IIOAII'N i lato hour Sunday night the life crow HltUTIIRIlN HOMr.8KEUr.US' GUIDE. and Maritime exchange stations here had received no word of disasters or wrecks. Tho high tldo on tho meadows STOCK, COAI.nAY.OBAIN, nilFCai fl II V DUrTllLU M. Is tomowhat delayed incoming trains. AUD COTTON SCALES. Tho wind has kept up a 41 mile velociand AVIiUkey cored Atlantic City, Storm nt Atlantic City. N. KLOIIK-I'iim- lly ,.. There are people who know what has 4 H 1814 i (5 UKAIN Whent-N- o.3 Somliern - Wlicut Corn M'l HO :uvj 4 cer had, be- CATTMJ l''lnaiiu,uliy IIOUB Mixed- Oats- - Nn.3w)ilt(J Itc -- No. 3 vesiuin aivtw ) 4 :m& ((0 WeeksScale Works. HabitHook Western..: Wlioat-Nc, 70 INUlANAPOr.IS. GRAIN Coin-Nu.it- - a 37 KiV, 85 After six years' suffering, 1 was (Aired by Piso's Cm c. Mary Thompson, 20J Ohio Ave., Allegheny, Pa., March 10, '04. You ran always tell a man who Is not used to tipping his hat by the awkwaid way be does it Washington Dcmoctat. yAWWVWrWWWrWWWVWWWWWfWW SAPOLIO NOTICE 1 Si John Wesley's Old Farm Remedy biolutelr curei snd prcTenlt miHrta.itlmnlttM and trengtUen tbe lrln. Pnmplei i.nt PUKE ITT W11ITB IN T1MH. Terr 'lurtdy. company. cidcIbd.ii, obio. MKsLKr uemkOy WHIM All llbt J Best cougn ejrup. i i bv druffffltti. jUMTSKnlf fjrJ B a t kjSiIUPtKI CURES i w yon I TIRED FEELING, UUNBIIKAIIUN. GENERAL DEBILITY. aie SHAOEROIW 3 o. J mixed Nn. 3 mixed .,., 3 05 8 IK. IV (Ul IBM It OPIUM treatment free. of ai homo witnotitoaln. partlculiirsfen Fit i:i:. ii. m. WOOLI.IIV.M.l). Atlanta, Ga. ty sin co ns?nPQVKtwD,scoTL,,,' worst lsTfWEr 9 II qul.'k rellor and cures ' cssfi Ssnd for book or teillmonUlfl and lo ilnya' Ur,u. ii.6UU'9uj, iin.u.'ls. o'clock. Louisvir.ta:. rLOUK- - Winter lutcnt.'. Lincoln rrealiteut of the Fulliuan Co. 3 red...., New York, Oct 25. A Clii'cago spo Corn MKul .'...., .Mixed Oats elal to tho Journal says that Robert T. POUKMcm , Lincoln has accepted the presidency ol LAKU-Ste- am the Pullman Palaco Cor Co. 8 UUAIN-Whusit-- is made for it. St. Jacobs Oil Cures Neuralgia soothes anJ strengthens. 7a ((t & 4 00 0!. 87 fi ft 54 8H'i : 1 K The worse one feels, the more people want to talk to him. Washington Democrat. Crippled, on clutches, from a sprain. St. Jacobs Oil. Wrll again. iMifiB) A. N. K.- -E THE GENUINF ivnutT LABEL OH Si' Vlf.. Id t .a rviiE. writi.no to AUVEjvrisnua plvmcdntc Hint nou mty Advert! men! In this paper. ieao 'r.v ,'- - wi ' - . TV r n 1. to ,i r