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F-4 &fcJ JTa.' ,W $ f YERNON,-ROCKCASTL- $kr COUNT yJ THIRTEEN SAFE l'welve Ilodles of the Passengers of flio Mohcgan Have Been Rescued. ffSff - Vi. - JFRJDAlff)CTOBEK HA 21, 1898. ;r ,y .'; i MINERS' BATTLE. S r ' nil deputies, except one, who was a colored miner, who was taken to tho Springfield city hospital. Of these ono man died Wednesday night. NEG( at i ONSEORSfPEACE., r ' '- I Mi' Spjiixofield, 111., Oct. 14 Ernest Vir-do- tented America' Demands Commissioners Thrrift- Spanlnh Delay Charged. . THE FARMERS' v and TRUST COMPANY, BA-NK-" - ,4 aMn f IT' & ,'M v 5 &J Thursday. Herman and Boston aro both alive nnd did not dlo on tho IMPORTED NEGROES MET BY MINERS. train. Herman's death is momentarily expected at tho hospital. Viiidkjj, 111., Oct. 14. Tho excite.Many lien on Both Sides Wcro Killed ment of Wednesday prior to the arrival of tho Negro train, was equaled und "Wounded in tho Fight Thursday night when Itbecamcknown That Followed. that a special train consisting of ono box car, thrco apparently empty caboose that passed 'The Town of Virden, 1IL, U In the Gresttit coaches nnd a through here at 6:25 Thursday evonlng Eicltrtutnt, and Men Are ,8carlnc bore two car loads of Negroes taken IThHterer Arms Thry Can (let Hold through here to Springfield Wednesof, I'iprntinc Mora Trouble. day. The train went south and by a Virdkn, 111., Oct. 18. The arrival of clover .ruse succeeded in passing the Imported Negroes from tho south through Virden quietly and without nt 12:30 Wednesday was followed by a interference. A big crowd of minors was at the station but the militia hold desperate battle. Five hundred shots wore exchanged them in check. When tho train stopped at the stockbetween the strikers on ono side and ade Capt. Fcvier, who was in combhcrifC Davenport and his deputies nnd railroad poltco on the other side. mand, then shouted: "Don't allow to that It is thought that at least 'JO men on any onegate disembark fromand ntrain." file of was opened The both sides were killed and wounded. Tho best information is that ten wero soldiers rushed out on thodoublo quick killed, fivo fatally wounded und fivo with fixed bayonets and lined up along General Manngcr A Chicago & Al- side of tho train. seriously wounded. Luiicns made a formal request that ton special policeman is among the s be allowed to land killed. Ills name is said to bo D. their omploj-cand enter tho stockade. Capt Fcvier deKelloy. clined to grant this. Then Lukcns put It In tho form of a demand, but the officer replied that ho was under orders from Gov. Tanner to prevent the disembarking of any Negro miners at tho works nnd ho would have to carry out those instructions. General Manager Lukcns protested in vain and tho train pulled out headed south. 15y this tlrao the advance guard of strikers gathered at tho dopot bad advanced up tho track to within 100 Tho presenco ynrds of the stockade. of armed blue coats in tho lookout boxes evidently halted thorn as thoy remained there until tho train passed, When thoy greeted It with waving hats and cheer for Gov. Tanner, who istHitripnlsil r.w Fivo Hundred Shots Exchanged Long, the Mount Olivo miner shot n through tho chest in tho battle at Between Strikers and DepuWednesday and brought to St. Johns hospital after tho fight, died ties and Railroad 'Police. Lost Loudo.i "M( Thlrty-Klc- Ilodles Have Ueen Identified, crisis;; Mostly the Ilodles ot Sailors Tugs prescj lu the Vicinity of the Accident icad;f' to Pick up Ilodles. ht agency 'frdoi Pnris says: 'the conference reached a tho first time. Juge Day thfttdpTnn.nflR nl tlfft Ainnr-Tf t. T j islbn'ln tureateninfclvords. Mr jy Wzrtr uispaicu v is.-r'- A lo a STANFORD tvrv SocowaMrs m the Lincoln National OF BanTta H. V Ho Oct 15. The Atlantic Transport Ca's steamer Mohegan, formerly the Cleopatra, of tho Wilson & line, which left London for New York Thursday with 50 passengers and n crow of 150, is ashore off The Lizard, between the Manacles and tho Lowlands. London, Oct 17. Tho Atlantic Transport Co. issued tho following statement Sunday evening regarding the fate of the passengers and crew of the steamer Mohegan, "which was wrecked last Friday evening off The Lizard, between tho Manacles and the Of tho passengers 11 have Lowlands: been saved, 10 bodies have been recovered and 33 are missing. "Of tho crow and cattlemen 39 have been saved, 14 bodies have been recovered and 51 arc missing." Since this statement was Issued nine other bodies have been picked up, Including two that have been identified as thoso of passengers. The reports oflijho various correspondents differ widely as to tho rescues, recoveries and losses, though none have been able to obtain tho number of those saved or of the Londo.v, Furness-Lcyland ex-a- 'Y '' oyitneuiypu- -pcrsistttainajjie jipmissiuu-tate- s with tolerated asthe tfnitd States would jBunie nor r'uirantee anypart KHtf-tnU&f- By provision of to charter, depositors are as fully protected at art depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being neld indlvidualjV" liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par valtM thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may acf 'as Executor, Administrator, Trust or Receiver, as aa individual, ft tf;t nt and w'ould be - 'Condition of the Parmer Bank and Trust Co., Stanford. Kentucky. December 31. 1896. LIABILITIES: t302.61S.Zl 1.C9S.82 N '' plaeti Inr- - . .u thcitri cent?: rf parilards roplled that' this RESOURCES: ! ilu in a position of ropudiat- - Note and Bills Dthrr Stocks and Bonds jireducing the face value of Overdrafts l.'bonds' from 60 to 00 per Due from Banks Ing only half tho stipulated Banking House and Fixtures....''..... Cash n tho reduced valUo. Before , 4.202.41 46,239.28 6.400.00 25.S93.20 Capital Slock SurplM Fund...., Individual Deposits Duo to Banks ....K0O,000Ol ' V 'mH 1 v.r" .'.... t , 19,433. . 155.MH.0t 12.048.41. 1337,01,90 bodies recovered. Tho bodies of tho following passenof Havana1 on or bo fore Nogers have been recovered: T. W. King, " vember. 1. when tho United States Edna King, Master King, Jas.Blackey, be at tho gates of the city ready Is absolutely hecessarv to the votfi Miss H. M. Cowcn, Dr. Fallows, li. suecftf iti'lif?'' This ,Miag' conceded Franklin Fuller, Mrs. L. M. .Luke, tfW George Seymour, Miss L. n. Warroncr. Tho latest advices from Falmouth session consequently was very; Sunday evening say tiiat SS bodied JT'awrjcan eommissicrs have Ticon Identified, mostly thcbocliosj naicucs irom wusu- of sailor's. Four arc as yet unlden'tUV at tUeadmistja- those of two elderly latied, dies. One appears to be a German., fg isMar rrsTTsM fii is She wore a watch nnd a "wedding rlngj, ovac-ujliotty adopt cither alternative, surrender to the United Sta?tlio entlr6 Philippines. ago uay responded tnat the sur- r of tlin Phillnnlnos would rirnb- ablvlbo demanded irrespective of the iuwm or any outer cent. ' tfliis, to the Spaniards tho first intimation of the intentions of tho Unfted'Statcs as to the'Phillppincs, resulted in a whispered conference, followed by a request for an adjournment in order to communicate with Madrid. Judge Day said that had Instructed him to demand tho entire surrender of Porto R.co' Tuesday and tho delivery of every tdlyn. to the United States officers .be; fohs midnight, together with the Id imld cy 3ff7.Oti.tt ' DIRECTORS: J. J. Williams, ML Vornon. J. S. Owsley, Stanford. J. B. Owsley, Stanford. William Gooch, Stanford. S. H. Shanks, Stanford. S. W. N. .,. J. F. Cash, Stanford. A. W. Carpenter, Stauford. J. E. Lynn, Stanford. Mcncfec, Stanford. J. Embry, Stanford. A n. Cummins', Lincoln County. a H." SHANKS, fWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write .us, and they will receive prompt attention. , J. p. OWSLEY, Cashier President. J, B. OWSLEY, Cashlea W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. ft BUSINESS ' ... V nT'.Wa'a! ft ir,-- wIminBttmt-- jm to. uv,. -- ibjd iftfi. )4'"i kof 'mHe iv Stratton m&& iKBBsBs. ,, - " :iVV4 r. J$mM&j v 7" T mic r v . v, aa )i l :' . c,i"a'.. v J' . .v r" . f.'si 'jw.'; , both engraved u18Tj," W " n1lnnStiVWvWmm Y firm Hifflfjf . ,.J.' fe ft' v ? 1M w: tho nBVtvhicaifo ,t' AltonntealK4 ajr the .Negroes arrivea it was y lully 1,60U armed miners who j lined up on each side of the tracki Vtetwcen tho telegraph offlco and VYCTiU.JVTt t. I iv The train Coal ''company. was stopped , immediately in front ' of tho cast gatcs of the stockade began. Dozens of and the troublo shots wero fired from the stocknde at the white men, whllo tho strikers wcro half a mile away, and tho Chicago & Alton policeman was undoubtedly killed by a s"hot from tho towor. Tho town Is very much excited, and men aro securing whatever arms they can get hold of, expecting to use them for their own protection if tho trouble spreads. Women and children nro running to tholr homos and barricading themselves behind their doors. There is tho greatest indignation felt here against Mino Operator Luk-un- s, who is hold responsible for tho tragedy. ihlnQ'of tho Chicago- - Vir-.de- n Messrs. Lukcns, Louclcs, company, Yorkc and others, wlth.murder. Bishop is one of the leaders among tho union miners. Tho warrant was sworri out by him beforo Police Magistrate Robcrts.of Virden. Tho complaint charges that "Fred W. Lukcns, T. C. Sriuxoi'ii:M, 111., Oct. 13. Gov. Tan- Loucks and Mr. Yorkc. on and beforo ner has just received a telephone mes-sag- o October 12, as accessories beforo and from Sheriff Davenport, of after tho fact and as principals, did that the fight between amongst themselves nnd together with tho miners and those guarding tho porsons so named as II. Gritgell, O. J. btockades is slill going on and over Snyder, Jus. Sickles, F. Wilder, T. one hundred men have been killed. J. W. Moonan, P. J. Iiannan, T. Gov. Tanner said: "I shall give II. Smith and others whose names aro Capt. Craig, who will command the at present unknown, conspire 'to murtroops at Virden, orders to sup- der nnd kill, and as a result of said press tho riot, protect llfo and prop- conspiracy did on October 12, 1S0S, kill erty and to not allow imported la- and murder Frank ISilyer, W. S. Herbor to bo unloaded at that place, man, Daniel Breneman, Edward Green, have Joseph Kutteller, Hills Smith and Edownors mlno the since threat, In- ward Welsh against tho peaco of tho thoir carried out by avarice and gain, people of the state of Illinois." fluenced to precipitate this riot and bloodshed Magistrate Iloberts put tho warrant I do not proposo that thoy shall further in his pocket for safe keeping and disturb tho peace of tho state. The now carries it around with him. At mlno ownors and managers are re- first it was decided to serve tho warsponsible for and guilty of tho murder rant Friday but after deliberation it brought about by this conflict and was thought best to avoid complicashould bo indicted by tho grand jury tions to hold It until after tho inquest for murder, as I bellovo they will be." has been completed. ViitDKtf, 111., Oct 18. A detail of This decision was strengthened when militia nt 10:C0 Wednesday night kill- Magistrate Roberts, who is foreman of Police Tom Pres- of the coroner's jury, began Friday's ed ton, of Chicago, at tho stockade. Ho session of tho inquest within tho was sitting outside tho stockade ns btockade. guard. Tho militia gavo tho bystand-in- g Friday afternoon a rumor became miners tho command to halt and general" that tho Nogroes wero to Preston stopped back to the gate. TJuj bo brought back at any moment. militia fired and ho was shot in tho Capt. Craig's men immediately surbtomach. Ho was carried into the of- rounded tho railroad station und tho fice in tho stockade, where ho expired. vicinity was cleared of oltizeus. The dead minors wore removed from Newspaper men alono aro admitted tho vicinity of tho stockade to hotels to the premises. Lieut. Henry stated and livery stables and tho wounded that his orders arc not to stop any miners wero taken on litters to tho more passenger trains, as was dono station and takon to Spt lngficld Wed- Thursday night, but under no circumnesday night on tho S o'clock train. stances to allow the Negroontrains to staFrom now SrmxaKir.r.D, 111., Oct 18. Tho spe- pass tho depot.will be kept cleartho all of tion premises cial train on tho Chicago & Alton, citizens, and only those who want to which brought tho Alabama Negroes take passage on trains will bi perfrom had eight woundcd"men, mitted to pass tho line. e, ex-LieVU-de- Nino of1 tho bodies have been brought Harmon, a miner of Girard, died hero to Falmouth, the others tq the village Thursday night, making the four- church at St Kcvernc. Tho rescued teenth death as a result of the riot in passengers are being sheltered at cotVirden Wcdnpsday. tages along the shore and tho crew at Viiibkk, 111., Oct 14. At 10:20 o'clock the sailors' homo at Falmouth. Thursday a special train arrived bear Tutrsliave'beon'cfulslnir in the vi- ing Troops A and C, dlsmountcjLfeavali iclnlty1wiay7iunday, despite tho very ry, irom Chicago, unaaree companies rougu weatucr, in nope oi picicing up of Sons of Veterans. other bodies. Tho cause of tho disr.i X,UUUg Slilll'll it.... 1. I1UU UU aster remains the profoundest mys-teblfUb 11U lOJ. 'dofinlto orders other than to reinforce Nobody attempts to explain tho soldiers ulready here. how the Mohegan got so far north of Viriikx, III., Oct. 15. As a result o her true course from C to 7 miles. a meeting held by a numbor of union There was no fog at the time; whllo miners, during which the terrible tho wind on her port 'quarter was not light of Wednesday wns discussed, a sufficient to prevent her answering warrant lias been sworn out by Virgil tho helm. It has been suggested that Bishop, a union minor, charging tho her compass was faulty; but daylight Coal lasted long after Eddystone 'light wa managers of tho ..., 1 n. bi'iuxoriKt.w, !.... .,.... I I1L, ffift "ikfimfJSLZs&LM Oct 14. 0 rirbTsffibiytJie jho othorwbrj iiimwii if"rr irJ ffin ggSBMaat tm nrm n fcsv:jiijTiTjnj-iiM-aitWAT-- 4 ,7,twi JTCvPi' An Uxploslon nuilam Aboaril Ship nntl the Vetsef Takes 1'ire Many of ti" Crew Rt. CApci on a Tusr 18. neat positions all over the Unite "T'a fm-m- i Loxdox, Oct. An explosion oc- 1 rj Chlcago-Vlrdc- n flame followed the explosion. Tho firo spread rapidly. The masts fell In a few minutes and the vessel was soon burned to tho water's edge. put out A life-boand a surf-bofrom Margate, but they were unablo to find anj of the vessel's crew. Later, however. 12 of tho crew landed at Do passed. Tho sailors say the fact that The ver. Tho boats had reported that tho Lizard light was not visible should explosion had blown away the bark's entire stern. havo served to give the alarm. The survivors say, that the explosion, Tho masts of the Mohegan, which are nbovo water, show that her stern tho ca.usc of which is a mystery, was is landward, causing a theory that tho terrific. The tng Simla, which was intouding navigating officer on discovering that lie was in the bay suddenly turned sea- to take her. was near by and hastened Shq took off nine Engward. Two engineers who were saved to her rescue. declare, however, that they never lishmen and three Germans of tho crew and conveyed them to Dover. It slackened speed. Bomarkabto stories of rescue con- is not known whether those who wcro Jost perished by the explosion or wero tinue. Among them were two ofdrowned. Robert Barrow, a seaman, performed the feat of swimming, unaided, through ficers besides tho captain and tho Dothe roughest water to Coverack Point a ver pilot, Gillraau. miles. distance of two and one-haHo climbed up tho ragged cliff, where THE WAR WITH THE INDIANS a searching party found him early tho next morning, completely exhausted. (en. Bacon Inform tlio War Department Tluit the ItetlskliK Will surrender A. C. L. Smith, of Oregon, a passenger, to Illin on Wednesday. surrendered to a woman in the water was supporting him and wreckage that Washington, Oct. 18. Adjt. Gon. swam ashore unaided. The woman Corbin late Monday night received tho was saved. Her name is reported as following dispatch from Gen. Bacon, Miss Wobb, but no such name appears indicating that the Iudian uprising iu in 'the company's list. Minnesota is practically at an end: Blooming-dalMessrs. Smith and W. J. Wai.kk.ii. Minn., Oct 17. Adjutant say there was the greatest diff- General, Washington At council with iculty in launching tho boats. The hostile Indians Monday tho latter said ropes wcro new and stiff and the they wanted no more lighting with blocks would not work. Four or five United States soldiers and agreed to times as many sailors as should have como and surrender on Wednesday. been necessary struggled to lower This is tho result of their defeat whllo each boat Tho lockers wcro hard to engnged with me on tho 5th. Commiopon. ssioner of Indian Affairs Jones has The crew, in a chivalrous effort to been shown this telegram and concurs save the women, made the mistake of In the entire forogolng statement. undermanning the boats. There wore (Signed) only four sailors in ono boat, which Bacon, Brigadier Genera), capsized as soon as it was launched. Messrs. Smith and Blootnlngdale say Snotr In Mouth DaUota. that Capt. Grifiiths had appeared ill MiNNKArous, Minn., Oct. 18. Disall day. patches from Huron, Watertown and other points In Soutli Dakota say that Giantess' llodr Stolen. , MiDDi.KsnoisouoK, Ky., Oct. 17. It Is snow has been falling throughout tho reported that the body of Mahala Mul-lln- state all day. The wind blew almost a d woman whv died at gale from tho north, In some sections the Woldon's Rldgo not long ago, has.been, attaining a velocity of 40 miles on hour. stolen. at lf o s, curred at 0:50 a. m. on board tho British bark Blengfell, from Now York, with a cargo of naphtha, in tho Chan-nonear Margate. Tho vessel was destroyed and nine persons, including the captain, his wife and daughter, nd the pilot, were lost. The explosion was seen plainly from Margate. Tho vessol was four miles out. Smoke and U . l, Druggists and Pharmacists. V MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt Vernon, Ky. We carrv Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Foncj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c Prescrip tions carefully compounded at all Hours. Give us a call for goods usually kept in a s drugstore. first-clas- I ' ft! M VV1 First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Capital Stockr. T $200,000. Surplus ?23,100 i "DIRECTOR- SW. Haydcn, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Reld T. P. Hill. S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble. S. T. Harris, J. S. Hoclcer and M. J. Miller. Wc solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, wiUi a view to business relations, respectfully invited. y, S. HQCKER, Prcs. JNO. J. McROBERTS, Cashier; GO TO 1 - JONAS McKENZIE For Everytliliiff lu .Hi ?' Dm Gooas. Giotmng. Boots ana Shoes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. , Best Goods at Living Price. .,. mm n. ML Vernon Signal v 'A . & a Brodhead, Ky, busy house fly that causesltyphoid This recent decision of the Court A $30,000 stone quarry for sale in the camps and istfdirectly Hon. G. G. GILBERT, of Appe Us on the separate coach fever Signal office. tor the deaths of hund- Inquire at ok simi.iiY. bill can hardly be clrssed as parti responsible This, is the Wanted. To trade Corbin propsan legislation. It was a Repub reds of brave soldiers. commission of scientific men, ap- erty for a secb'ilttjhand saw mill lican Judge who said in rendering Tin-- ghosts of the soldiers who investigate the condition outfit. Address, D. T. Chestnut DEALERSIN It seems to us pointed to died of starvation and malpractice the decision: Corbin, Ky. of the camps, the cause ofjyphoid I bidding of a that the law complained of, is more fever in them, and authorized to will not down at the whitewashing investigating com- necessary to the comfort, convent recommend measures to prevent its For Sai.k. Nice house with Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at fair orices. ence sne1 protection of the colored acre mittee, "mark you, $'s McKinley! snread and its preventionjf The four rooms and about one-haASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. race thnnof the whole white race co umission is composed of; Maj. of land on street near Christian A meat famine 111 Germany is and it is to be rejrretted that the Lee, Dr. Victor Vaughn ,ad Dr church in Brodhead. Ky. Price about to open the door to the law has not been accepted by both Shakespeare, of Philadelphia, all $225. Call and see property or KY. American nog. Fat dogs are a races as designed and intended for prominent surgeons and all mem address G. T. McRoberts, Brodstaple article of diet in some parts the mutual benefit, convenience -- 3t bers of the armj medical cotps head, Ky. of the empire, and those who have and protection of both races. The commission has spent sevsial Ice cream at S. W. Davis' brick to eat dog meat are growling about With an even step of tate the weeks in the Southern camp; a and hotel basement opposite Court diet. the reRepublican party is treading the has embodeid its conclusion in House. Tin: military authorities at San- path of the grave. 1 he patriotic port to the war department. The tiago have come to the conclusion American people, in a calm, steady, commission is a unit in declaring Wanted. We want to rent a fly responsible for prevalence of that the payment of $12 a cord br deliberate, but ceaseless and fatal the two horse farm not far from town. W. II. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR. camps. , wood shipped from the United advance, are nuslnnii it onward to typhoid in the Alo we have a smail farm to rent MANUFACTURER AND Dl'ALKR IN Stacs is too high, and will here- its doom. All that is left of it now Good refeiences. out Tin; November election for. the after buy wood from neighboring is the nsnie Republicanism, made S. B. & V. P. Freeman. jre'H-- ' at $4. luminous by Anibrahaiu Lincoln next House of Representatives is The party of Plan 11a and Alger n'AV close at hand and rapidly apO'd fashions in dress may be y Chuilain McIntre,sot the battle never was the party of Lincoln. proaching. Surely it is a reasonmedicine but no ship Oregon, tridby court martial, Thi glory of the Republican party able service to ask of the patriotism Colic, for defaming Admiral Sampson and has long since faded away, and in of every American citi.eu that he can replace Chamberlain's Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. fCapt.' Evans in n public speech its place we can see the g now be up and doing until" the For sale by M. C. &. C. N. Wilwa; found guilty by the court, spectre of greed, soulless night of election day for the re- liams. s and dishonorably dismissed from iij action, remorseless in purpose, demption of the nation from Hanna the naval service. ;tnd hideous in form. and all that such a boss in our IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. If you want to get mad about it Federal affairs implies; of Congress McKinusy is paying the negroes ' Circuit Judge Cantrill set yester- from the usurping hand of Reed and pay up your dues, very wcl 11 ' 6, 1898 who elected him in words, but he day as the day upon which to hear its restoration as the legislative and good. Its better that way paid the manipulators with offices, the argument of the attorneys Academic, Intermediate, and of the States and people; and of than to keep in good humor and and the trust", combines aud mnop of the case filed in the Bourbon Primaiy, Departments. never pay. the country from the odium o a olies with tariff laws, class legisla- Circuit Court to test the constitu. maladministration wlncli even a tion a'nd bond issues, The negro tionality of "the new election law. foreign War could not arouse the L. , ' ahvays'gets the worst of it. The arguments will l)e 'made in War Department to its bomb-profAre you paying jor what yon are, chambers at Georgetown, Attorney and reading. Take away the blighting curse John S. Rae speaking for the law duties at the rear. Work, work, of gold standard prices by the re- and Judge W. II. Holt against it work! Crown your service by storing of bimctalisui and the des- An agreed statement cf facts wil your Did you ever eat any candy ; ballot; 'sacred and ert places which mark our mort- be submitted and an early decision He sells maud ut S. W. Davis? on the morning of November Mb, gaged homes will blossom like a "you ever saw for is expected. The case will then be Cat your vote for Hon. G. G. the largest sack rose beneath the touch of modern appealed to the Court of Appeals, Gilbert for Congress. 5 cents. energy, ind the breath of financial where either Senator Goebel or liberty. Fruits of all kinds and fresh Judge Pryor will make the argubread at all times. Call and see Hon. G. G. Gilbert deserves the in ,' InsukgkntS at Logaspi. on the ment for the law, ana Attorney the basetneut opposite fcCourt support of all the voters who are in island of Luzon, refused to allow General Taylor against it. house. favor of having a representative in !Mie merican steamer Hermanns to Mckinley's whitewashing com-n- ii Congress of whom the people will merchant Geo, Johnson, the :d i unload on the ground that o sioii is the best evidence of the be proud. He will know what to prince, at Orlando, is in Louisville had Spmiards on board. They '.tfslie f also refused to allow an officer of weakness of his administration. do when he goes to Washington this week buying another car of ' the Unitcr. States cruiser Raleigh Ti e deep and smarting wound to and his labor there will be on the goods. He wants all those who t ie nation lies in the people being s'de of the people. He has been owe him to come in and settle. to land unless' Aguinaldo said so. compelled to witness its chief ex- and his labors there will be on the ecutive dts:end to the flimsy pre- side of the people. He has beena A. H. Bastiu, the man of many The trip of the Emperor of text- of investigating itself. The student of National needs and it enterprises, was here Wednesday to Palestine is to be an ex- humiliating memory that a piesi-de- will be to the interest of the district looking up telehhotie interests. pensive affiair. The cost of the seeks to shield those whom he journey, excluding presents, will should punish, and appointed this to send him. He knows what it Is Climax items got in too late for dc abovt 5,000,000 marks or about c Jin mission, it is said, without any to be poor. He has labored not only over his book, but in the fie'jcl publication. It will appear next is argued that the authority 1,000,000. It in order to forestall a wheat and weekgiving description of cave. Kmp&Jor should have a large credit Congressional investigation is a of corn, ... he has risen by hard from being to keep Of burning disgrace and an open work until now he is considered Tjjt.ui'iionk Ratks. From Mt. what use ist the trip anyhow? shame. This commission is but a one of the ablest lawyers in the Vernon to Urodhead, 10 cts.: to concession wrung from terror and made It is noticable that the Repub- an effort to purchase safety from an State. HeKy. a brilliant mem- - Crab Orchard, 20 cts.; to Rowland Senate and served and Standford 25 cts. ber of the tf licans ore no longer traducing outraged nation's wrath. on several important coiumil'cel. Democrats for opposing the bond He will make three speeches in issue, It is entirely unnecessary Gov Bradley has suit out a circu this county at the following plncel: Hay. No i Timothy baled hay for and was done in obedience to the lai letter to the thirty-onCircuit Livingston, Thursday, Nov. 3rd: sile. Orders filledpromptly by A, demand of Wall street. It is an- Jildges of the State, calling their at- Btodhead, Friday, Nov. 4th; Mr. H Baston, Crab Orchad. Write other damnable crime of the Ret f tention to the fact Veruon, Saturday, Nov. 5th. Let for prices. publican party against the people arc not entitled to rewards offered every man bestir himself to get his that will have to be answered fot. Eon't forget to call at Williams for the capture of escaped criminals neighbors to cc me aud hear the drug store during Court. Make in Kentucky, and urging them to speeches; He states his case clearly, GREAT.papa's sons weie the Mcbe moie careful in the future about and convicts by ample uoof Lets" this diugstore your headquarters Kinley appointees who failed to get ordering reward money paid u hear for his cause aud vote for hiuv while in town. medicine and food to our army. persons. In support of his to elect him and thereby place a The beef packing millionaires who such views on the subject the Governor good man, a deep thinker, and aiii helped elect McKinley also unloadCall at Williams' drug store and 1. ui calleJ their attention to two uu.u npcatvci :.. o 111 wnerc ,3 get your drugs, patent medicines, ne ed their ancient shelf-wor- n musty opinions of the Kentucky Court of deserves to be. aud mouldy meats for which thev books, piints, oils &c. Will take Appeals, which has decided that robbed the cattle raisers in buying 'pleasure in showing you our stock. entitled to rewards. and fleeced the government in hell- officers are not & CO- Makcited are cases The ing. This is the Rnygarduer sort ' A. Wanted. To tiade & five room ing aSaiust Needy aud others, 8 of called "patriotism." hous., and 2 lots in Mt. Vernon, Rlly against Grace, 17 Bush, and for a farm worth from $400 to Aside from the Maria Teresa. Kentucky Law Reporter 1,007. $6co. Inquire at this office. 3t whatever other Spanish ships Hob- - ', sou may be uble to raise, Jiejhas al- Evkhy Republican ward heeler MILLER HOTEL ready saved over $300,000 worth of in the county will now have their J JL Do you want to buy or sell a guns and other property fiom the demands satisfied. Booale wins 1 RockcsiMie larm, timber land, town Muikcujhhiph and is not through says Hanna. Chairman Babcock jots, busii'ess houses or dwellings? yet Uncle Sam has been paid for was badly turned down when he efflpVddre-,"- , Entrance on Main Sionai., Mt, Vernon, Kv FOR CONGKNSS : hi. $iSo,ooo worth of ammunition recently made, a trip in a manufactused at Santiago seveaal times uring section, on a er over. rand. He'knew better than Hanna what the prospects for defeat really A case decided a short time ago were, so Friday, Oct 21, 1898 lie gave up the ligiu. by the Illinois Supreme Court is Hnnua went to New York and of especial interest to Justices of the made the bankers pony up. That's Friday by Peace. The Court decides that why so many Republican candiPublished every Justices of the Peace may declare a dates have been to Washington and ' JAMES MARET. law unconstitutional; indeed the gone home with a good sized barJ Court says that if '.he Justice of the rel each. The Republican leaders Peace believes a law really is unin almost every Congressional dis$1.00 constitutional, it is his duty to ONK YHAK SUBSCRIPTION in the middle West will have accordingly trict decision render money to bum, and if every heeler Heretofore many attorneys have don't get his bit, it will Uelbecause .Advertising rales made known on claimed that Justices had no au- the candidates see defeat and thority in such matters, but were pocket the coin. application compelled to decide according to the law as it stands without regard to its constitutionality was the common,Ibuzzing fat-fryi' .rrlrrwrem If M.WTWCTQimgmPBCrtT'gTmPirTgKMMBIII I IWIIIWril riMTll)lllWH Oh, how good candy is when you buy at S. W. Davis'. est in the Aunt Polly Hiatt at this officc.- - Homestead .1 For Sale A one-twelf- th interfarm-Appl- Bone Black Ferti lizer. Thcsc duns mean you, if yon owe on subscription. NOTICE u I will sell you a Michigan salt for $1.25 barrel of 7 bu barrel of Michigan salt for Thy licsl and Surest. , . Thousands tTse it! Do You? For Wheat Ground $UJG a hundred, Dessicatod Uono ,$1.35. per hundred. Some denlui s Experiment at the 'Farmers' Expense. Wa handle only the best grade of goods. Always kept in stock and for sale bv .1. ihBi - c. '. $1.60 Good cut shingles at $1.35 per thousand; sawed shinglrs $1 50 delivered on switch or loaded on cars, A. E. Blbright, Brodhead, Ky. It W. MOORE & A. E. ALBRIGHT, & SON -- General 0PnS01d ercliandise li Main and Church Ml. VERNON, Sts Brodhead Marble Works Monnumonts and Tomb Stones. d. n heart-chillin- Mt Vernon Collegiate-In- titu te F Session Openes September f, Special Normal "Worlc for Teachers. M.SCROGGS. Pincipal 1 & nt - ,- , Fown. Lots for business Livingston desirable Part of Town near new Depot, call and see them. 'Wm. FIELDS . K and Dwelling House In the most Ger-Ttnau- y nt meadow-Gradual- y 11 - banl-rup- t. 7 e peace-office- rs re t Drugs, Medicines, Cheaper, Groceries TOBACCO AND CIGARS . 1 Cheap, I Cheapest Dr C. C DAVIS A. GrauinanJ '"" "ii DENTIST, Subscribe for the X. "5 SUAJ . A Xv TTL ( J $1.00 A YEAR. X MiUyiujiM.-w.THamyJm!rCTaauBs- vaamnrrxTfswiJZci , ' Si' V I flr '(. if r i T. J. Terry ' is in town looking '' "' COURT CALENDAR., , . ' County lieie Monday. after the result oftlfepay car.- Court. FourthWMpn-'dayiireac- b month'. On Sunday of the Baptist AssoMace Miller has returned to Mesdnmes Pope anil Myers have Deputy Sheriff H. L, Tate was in ' Court. Fust Mqn-- . IMt. Vernon. Ky.. Oct. 21, 1808. Glen Mnry, Tcnn. ciation here, we in company with returned to Louisville after spend-Stanford last week. Gay in Jaumry, April, July and Revs. Mr. Henry Clark, of Waco, ing the summer at the SamJjrook's Prof. Scroggs preached at LivGo to Bob Cox s to buy your Ky., E. B. Hy., l'ot'ifiice ni ec Ktcrtllje Bartlett, of Manse, Ky., hotel. ingston on Sunday last. Circuit Juw.'i. Second Mongroceries and drj goods mull imtlir and 40 or 50 others arnicd themday in February, Fourth Monday Dr. W. J. Childress, of .Orlando, Mrs. lames Hilton, of Rowland, Dr. Grauman, dentist, has moved selves with lanterns and matches in May and Third Monday in was with friends and relatives here wad hereon Saturday last. ' ' to Miller House, front room. and went to see the other eno of last week. Gov. McCrearv speaks here next Mt. Vernon Polics Court. what is known ,as the old Andy Dr. Grauman, dentist, is back Monday, county court day. Mrs. T D Mullins was up the Third Monday in eachaupnth. ' it from Pine Hill and is at the Miller Fletcher cave; so named because of this gentleman having made salt- K C the first of the week. Geo. Griffin 'took in Sells Bros, House. peter there in 1809 and 1812 for Louisville t NAtHvan n n.co. circus at Lexington last week. Mrs Joseph Coffey has returned Proessional Cards. Bob Cox now has a nice lineof the war of 1812. When we reached fromJIS tan ford. Judge John Fish has moved to groceries and dry goods, and are v (L, & N. I.OCA.L TIME CARD. the cave, our party being clad in Geo Dunn wasdowu from Pitts- P. A. Pennington, D. D. S., M. D. the Dick Welsh property near the sold at bed rock prices. BDay Mail North.. their Sunday dress, hesitated, and burg last 11:37 am depot. Sunday the guest of W. DENT ST, , ... You can rent office rooms and some, like Lot's wife, turned Day Mail South .. 2:2 7 P "i F. Sheridan 'Finest grades of tobacco and faiuilv rooms fiom S.' W. Davis in back. About twenty went into 3tfight Ex. North 1:32am NV Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts., Misses Nellie and Mary Orndoif ... 1:48 am cigars at the drugstoie of C. C. the brick opposite Court House the cave with Willis Johnson as Night Ex. South LOUISVILLE.' ICY. Davis & Co. 1 guide. When about 2co feet from are visiting in Louisville J. A. Landrum, Ageul. Mrs. Sam Hooker has returned the entrance the interim becomes Miss Laverua Starks has Mesdames Geo. Griffin and Geo. to her home 111 Russellville after a ued to Russelville after a visit to Gentry, Sr.,Nyisitcd at Pine Hill, week's visit to her sister, Mrs M. very large and our anxious eyes CHURCHES. were all a stare and not noticing her brother. W H Starks ' ' -- SURVEYOR Christian Holds services 1st 3r Sunday Sunday last. C. Williams. Rev, Bartlett who had proceeded at 11a.m. and at Q;S0 :j. id. D R MurPhy was down from Mt. Andrew Gentry made a flying Some of the fences havn't yet our guide, was seated on pillar of London Sunday trip to Pleasure Ridge Park, near been jmoved back on Richmond salt, and when the c w? vas made v" Also, an Ageut for the' 'test Presbyterian Holds services on tlio Hh Louisville last week. Dr Cooper was in Crab Orchard avenue. There is uo excuse now. where was Lots wrte. Bro B. Tailors in the world. Sunday For Sai.k. One house and lot This should be done. replied: "Here the old sTster is;" Sunday cheap, in the west part of town. Judge Ashley Oweus is attend-CouJames Tate was here from Brod-hea- and upon looking saw lr m seateo 'Dnptltt Cliureh Services on the Second C. C. WILLIAMS, Call on Andrew Gentry. in Louisville this week. upon the stone which is hite Wednesday and says the Suuday nnd Sunday. Saturday nlglit Attorney-at-LaSchool nt h m every Sunday. Prayer Misses Lou and Rosa Gentry, town of Brodhead will have elec- sand stone and bears thej reseiVb- Eldridge Harris, of White's Stawcctlng oh Tuesday nights, llcv. J O JVit. Vernon, Ky. lance of a woman, her head and tion, was at the Dillion Hotel Helen Singleton and Helen Sayers tric lights in' a short time. pastor. arms being knocked off by curiosity Monday gave tins ollice a call on Saturday . s. John D. Miller, Harris White, Ka.Office on 2nd floor of new seekers. Her physique being per last. Geo. Pennington, Dr. Geo. LawMASONIC. Mr and Mrs John Goodin, of brick on Church street. Special attention given to collections. Bostic left last Mon- feet with 'these exceptions. At Lexington were here Wednesday. U. S. Surgeon Tohn M. Williams rence, and Aslilaiul Lodge No. CIO meets 2rd Moil' day night for Lexington to join this point all o: the party turned day 10 A m. of Camp,Ha:nilton, Lexington, is Henry Fish is visiting his niece, back 'but three. The next thing G. W. McCLURE, here on a furlough visiting home their regiment, the 2nd Kv. of interest was an elevated plateau, Mrs Garrett folks. ' Leonard Bethurum, Fred Hayes. of about 6 feet high surrounded by 'OTHERWISE. 4I0CAL Owing to the school house being George, Teed and Jim Payne, a walk 6 feet wide. This table The jug business is flourishing occupied by the negro show, the Mt. Vernon, Ky. in Mt. Vernon. More whisky Judge Bethurum, Judge Carter, was about 50 feet long, and upon Literary Society did not meet but All business entrusted to lily cafe sold every day than if we had open and Jasper Brown and wife, all it was a beautiful pool of water Pay your dues to Signal, will try and meet Friday night. will receive prompt attentidn. to Louisville Monday last. went about 10 feet in area. This pool is Miss Dollie McClurc is visiting saloons. Miss Celia Piice. of Lexington, Office on Second floor of new brick is in Louisville this constructed like the pool of Siloatn. The editor MisfesGeorgic and Fannie ilicrc. is visiting friends ane relatives on Church street. two of Rockcastle'., most week attending court and the. fore- Leaving this we next come to the Clever Cash Cummins was here tuEsssiiE4iiax:nr:i2saijG2affiES3j here successful teachers, weie here Sat- man and the ''devil" have had the main entrance and upon examinaTuesday, R. G. WILLIAMS, paper to get out. If you like it tion we found perfect ox tracks urday last. All bids for keeping poor house Mrs. Geo. McCoy it here from t-L,aw, say nothing, if you don't like it, made there in 181 2. Next we W. II, Brannaman, near Wildie, must be in by Tuesday next by Mt. Sterling. say nothing, for I can stand it, the come to the torn down walls 1 o'clock p. in. has a ewe 9 years old thac has MT. VERNON. KY. towers of Morro, bringing to my Dr. M, Pennington is in Louis- raised 19 lamlw, and is yet hale "devil" can't. Save 20 per cent, by buying ville, this week. Harry Blazer, the popular lum- mind a slight representation of and hearty. s,iid castle after the bombardment. your drugs and medicines at F, L. berman, was here Tuesday night to Mrs. Jeff Pennington is very Thanks are due Charley White- see a beautiful and bewitching There were many other sights of Wallin's drug store, Crab Orchard. much improved. head for a mess of sweet potato. young lady on Richmond avenue. interest but have not time to men- He also carries a fine Hue of pure Our barber, Sam Rawlings, is in It is twenty inches long and seven- You have admrirahle taste Harry, tion. wines and liquors. Mail and teleClay county this week. teen around. phone orders promptly filled tf PRACTICAL for she is the one among ten thouWe have two children who are V. M. Meadows, was here from sand and altogether lovely. EMBALMER Jack Lawrence while altcmptiu g subject to attack of croup. WhenPine Hill. Wednesday last. STANFORD, KY. to board the local here on Monday Our friends and customers wil Marie The Spanish cruiser 'Mis Mary Colycr visited her eve was thrown ths ground and Teresa that was sunk during the ever an attack is comming on my find us in brick building, near Stock Complete. Telegraph Ord V Wile gives' them- - Chamberlain's considerably bruised. Christiairchurch, under C. C. Wil- ers a Specialtv uncle in thecountry last week. battle off the mouth of Santiago Cough Remedy and is always pie- - liams' law office, fcall and see us rmnrffmfrrr'rrrmirTrTirTrl' attending C C. Williams is Mrs. Gus. Warren and daughter, harbor, by the American fleet, has vents the attacic. It is a household when in town. been floated and will sail north next Laurel Circuit court this week. DR. A. G. LOVEL, Mrs. Barnwell, who have been the neccessity in this county and no M. C. N. Williams, Sunday. She will be overhauled we run out of, it I matter what else Physician and Surgeon, John Jones, who has been very guests of Mrs. A. C. Stapp, left and added to the American navy Druggists tf Tuesday for Gilmer, Tex. Iwuiod not do to be without Chamb- low with fever, is some better. MT V'RNON, iY t A Christian Endeavor Convent- enain s uougn Remedy. More There are four prisoners in jail at Ofllce North iuu Mum street Uncle Dicky Smith has sold his Cheap. Two you ng For S.vlr 011 of it is sold here than of all other present; one for assault, $50; one ion will be held at Livingston farm to Dauid Ilysjnger for $300 the Third Saturday and Sunday in cough medicines combined. J. M. cows, one second hand piano, Judge Colyer attended 'Squire lor shooting at, $50; and two for November. Two of the State C. Nickle, of Nickle Bros., merchants piano; household and kitchen Two and Sigman's court at Wildie last week carrying concealed weapons. miles E. workers will be present and Nickleville Pa. For sale by M. C. east of Mt. Vernon. Call and see ' my pretty line of Rev. F. A. Chapman, of Danville, & D. N. Williams. Solomon Riddle of the West End, HUGH MILLER J, S. Dameron. 3t is giving his house- a coat of paint. millinery all the latest styles. will make an address on the "PresWill take chickens, eggs, &c in ent, Past and Future of the ChristMisses Bessie and Lena McClure The independent telephone comHEADQUARTERS FOR exchange. ian Endeavor". All delegates will panies of Central and Eastern and James Honk went to LouisMrs. S, C Franklin. Attention Gentlemen. COMMERCIAL MEN. be entertained. Judge Ellis, of ville Tuesday last. Kentucky will hold a meeting at Tailor made othes at "hand me BSyPorter trains.-- i all at The, pupils in Mrs. Scroggs' de- Newport, will address the Conven- Bastin's Hotel, Crab Orchard, on down" prices suits to order Iroml Lloyd Maret, is the line repairer tion 011 the 20th. Collegiate Institute, Wednesday, Nov. 2nd at 3 p. 111. $8.50 up pantaloons $2,50 up fit of the Telephone between this partment at maTtT5EiMvrrraffmuLjl having had instruction in drawing the purpose of organizing an as- and satisfaction guaranted ask to place and Brodhcud. HON. G. G. GILBERT 5V1T. are now prepared to do work in sociation to push the lelephone A. E. Albright Lee Chesnut, who is teaching colors and are trying water colors Democratic nominee for Congress, business and make proper arrange- see camples. .Brodhead Ky. LIME will speak at the following places: the Crooked Creek school called and painting from nature. ments for better and quicker deManufacturers Ilustimville, Oct. 21, 'to see us Saturday last. livery of messages and 'furnishing of Limfi and brick. meThe numerous Theie ought to helots of In Waynesburg, Oct. 22, afternoon, Marshal McClure says the town good service at lowest rates. chanical devices that I have lately They also furnish Lime, Building diaus who are not dead, for the and Kingsville, Oct. 22, night.- tax is now due and if not settled Government is maintainging added to my watch and clock de- Stone, either quarry face or cut. Lancaster, Oct. 24, 147 Tom J. Proctor is building a at once will have to levy. schools for the education of young partment, enable me to turn out Orders promptly filled. Paint Lick, Cct. 25. , good sized coal house foi the counBerea. Oct. 27, work very fast, Gold spectacle telephone line from here to bucks and squaws, that have an The ty officials. This should have frames neatly soldered; gold Union City, Oct. 28, Livicgston, will be partially com- aggregate daily attendance of about and been done long ago, a it will presilver rings cut and soldered, made Foxtown, Oct. 29. pleted by the first of the week. vent the scattering of coal all over Livingston, Nov. 3, smaller or larger, &c, &c. the vard and will prevent thieves Mrs. Sam Ward, of Livingston, From Benjamin Franklin, S. C. Franklin, Brodhead, Nov. 4, b frora taking coal away at night. It MADE BY is here visiting Miss Mattie "When you are sick, what you Signal office, Mt. Vernon, Ky. iUl. VCMlUll, 0 takes a long time to find some this week. is to chosen lor a medicine like best H. C. experience We have heard it whispered things out, but we filially find them Inedpend-eu- t in the first place; what A meeting of all the EVERYBODY LOOK. . you is best, to be chosen in that some of ihe Magistrafes will but after a while. telephone companies will be tells GOOD second place; what reason (i.e., endeavor to have the salaries of I am selling the Singer tewing held at Crab Orchard about the the Theory) says is best is to be chosen County officers reduced. Why is the Machine on easy terms and keep.all JVINGSTON. first of next month, lit in the last place. But if you can all this; there is not an officer, kinds of sewing machine needles oil Anc'y Baker's new hpusc is about get Dr. Inclination. Dr. Experience be he Repuplicau or Democrat, bands, shuttles, and everything T. B. Lair was in Wildie last completed. J. P. Liohleiter, the and Dr. Reason to hold a consulta- that gets pay enough. Such a step that belongs to a sewing machine. smoothest plasterer in the State, tion together, they will give on would be an insult to the officers; week. Will send needlesby mall to any Twenty-eigh- t years xperience in Mes-srsassisted by his son Elmer, is nearly the best advice. that can best takeu' and the people of this Sheridan, Roller and I also clean and repair all kinds the business. Horse shoeing a' When you have a bad cold Dr. county neither ask nor want such Moore attended the circus at Leba ol machines. You can see me here thiough his vork. pecialty. Also gene: .' would recommend. a thing done To have good offi non on Friday last. Inclination W. M. Oweus ever Saturday. Mr. alid Mts. J. C. Magee, Mrs. Chamberlain s Cough Remedy be- cers, or good any thing, we have Mt Vernon Ky Mrs. C." A. Moore is visiting in Sam Ward, Misses Luna Herring, Richmond Street, Mt". Vernon, cause it is pleasant and safe to take to pay a reasonable compensation Louisville. ' Lena and Ella Beutly,- and R. A. Dr. Experience would recommend Kv- Sparks and Henry Magee of Liv- it because it never fails to effect a for it, and to have competent Tom Stewart was here from 1 baled hay for sale at socts. No. a ingston, attended church' here speedy and perment cure. Dr, men in office we will have to pay Wildie last week. by A. H. Bastin Crab Orchard. reasonable salary which they are TOM Sunday. irtit1l nttwty tinrwl it ,. now receiving. It would be politTnen Mesdames VanNuys and Allen Salt eor Sale. 7 bit $1.60 Rev. I. M. Boswel! closed a cause it is proparod on scientific ical suicide DEALER IN Magistrate to cast and W. R. Raines attended the 5bu 1.25. A. E. Alhright. Suu- principles, and acts 011 nature's most interesting meetiug WHISKIES' WINES. &c; &c., such a vote. Some of our officers Synod at Danville. Brodhead, Ky. tt iJay niglit at the Christian church. plan in relieving the luugs opening don't get near what the same offMrs. J. II. Browning was the ROWLAND, KY. He is an able and eloquent preacher the secretion and resiorin the sys icers get in other counties- yet this You will find all kinds of fresh guest of J. C. Magee last week. and it is to be hoped that the tern toa natural and healthy coadi year they have done much moie Fine $2 at and 'jntii candy made daily at S. W.T Davis' Miss Ella Stanley has returned church will be able, to secure his tion. Lor sale by M. C.,lN: D. N. ,VOrk, Thev deserve every dollar Our Rockcastle friends' can write" basement brick hotel. 'tt ' froinji protracted vifjit to Lancaster r .services. for the next. year. ; WJHiams Mit- - cfet: or TULE''HONE. fi w Mt Vernon Signal. Harry Blazer, ol Wildie, was Come and hear Qov next Monday l McCreary CLIMAX. ''-'.- J Sep-tembe- r. re-t- ut S. N. S: 1 Davis Ky Venon, as-t- o d, rt S) w, l, Attron.eyat".L,aw, Mc-Ferro- n, Attorney -a- J. C. MeClary UNDERTAKER, n &. iut-liitur- c. one-dial- f Miller House, VERNON COMPANY te S r' WAG0IM5 Gentry, New-cojn- ARE AS AS T ad-res- s. tax-payi- , I black-smithin- g. - 1 FERRELL -- - 11 -- 'K V L S !i Onr Treatment of SpmnUh Onptlre. Never before in history was there acue whero a rWeted and captive enemy received such generous treatment as we gavo Other nations are astonWith Its sudden changes, Its hot days nnd the Spaniards. astonishing are the curea ished. chilly nights, dampness and decaying vege- hrought Equally JioateHer'g Stomach Hitby about tation. Is peculiarly trying to tho health. ters. Never before in history has there been A good Full Modlclno Is as Important and so successful a medicine for Uie weak, debiliHood's tated and nervous, for stomach and liver dis-bcncflclul as Spring Mcdicloo. Sarsaparllla keeps tho blood puro, wards ders like dyspepsia, indigestion, biliousness, All nations have benefit-off mulurla, croaton n, good appetite, gives .uid constipation. refreshing sleep, and maintains tho health cd by it, and all praise it. tone through this trying season, The easiest way to take the conceit out of an nnmtenr is to induce him to become a pro- The Fall FINANCE. A liUdy i Depositor Who SpraDff Scnsntlon on tbe rnylnar Teller. Nerr oi Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine. euro nil liver Ills. SS fessional. Brooklyn Life. Hood's Pllla cent Never mind a cane or crutch. St. Jacobs Oil will euro lame back. Por Infants and Children In Uso Signaturypi JJfyj'fc' compiht, For Over Thirty Years The Kind You Have Always Bought tmc Cf ntu tt muhiiit iTMtiifWow ir. -- J With sweet Indifference to business ethics Tinkham Mrs. M. Sinoeb, 104 Hudson Avo.r Rochester, N. Y.r writes to Mr, he stepped to the head of a line of men who were waiting to transact business with aa follows: the young rann at tho window of the bank. "When I applied to you for advice I had been suffering some years Irora tie He smiled mechanically whilo she reached bility, nervousness, etc. 1 had had several into her pocket, but his fingers drummed miscarriages and was pregnant when I wroto noivously on the glass shelf, and bis eye looked far away, with the cxprossion of to vou. one .ho hopes the future holds better am grateful to say that after taldngthrco things. At last the drew forth a little bunbottles of Lydia E. I'lnkham's Vegetable Comdle of checks which hod been tightly foldSold by druggists, 75c. pound I was considerably better, and after ed so us to lit into the smallest compart' Hall's Family Pills arc the best. merit of her pocket book. using three more it brought mo whero I am "There," she said, with a' smile whic.li s' jL As Exemplified. wr-L- V' I am woll, and the mother of a would have teconcilcd the long line of men Tiresome Caller How do you get rid of old baby. to del.iy had they seen it, "I want the monev bores? on those." " Doctors had failed; to help me. I have no Eminent Statesman My valet generally The young man looked them over and one to thank but Mrs. Pinkham and her wonknows them and reminds me of some engageV toA ment. (Tap at the door.) Well, Harris, what derful remedy." "Why, theso have been paid!" it? Mrs. Ella DrHOAn, Recdcr's Mills, Iowar "I know that. I made them out myself is Vnlel (thrusting his head in) I beg your and got the money for them. Then I went pardon, sir, but I think you have nn engage- writes: ' to the cashier and cot them all back again. ment to dine with Gen. J logo in about 'nrf " DkahMks.Pinkiiam r I thank you for what Now I want 33 cents.", on hour. Chicago Tribune. vour mcdiclno and advicer have, done for me. "1 confess I don't quite understand." "The wur is over, isn't it?" How My Throat Hurts! Why don't you "1 havo a baby two months old. When "Certainly." use Hale's Honev of Ilorehound and larT born I was sick only fifteen minutes,. "And those little revenue stamps they Pike's Toothache 'Drops Cure in one minute. whereas with my other children I was sick for made us put on each check was to pay the expenses of the war?" Some men are so dignified that they never two or three days, and also suffered with my "Of course." unbend until they arc dead broke. Chicago left log, and could got nothing to relievo tho "Well, now that we've got Puerto ltlco Daily News. rjaln but morphine. My leg did not trouble and the Philippine islands and a hole lot of other valuable things, of course the govPiso's Cure cured me of a Throat and mo at all this time. I had no after pains and ernment doesn't need our money any more. Lung trouble of three years' standing. E. was not a weak as I hod been before. You will find 10 checks there, each with a Cady, Huntington, Ind., Nov. 12, 16!H. " I cannot praise Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetwo-cestamp in the upper corCompound too highly. May God bless ner. That'll be 38 cents, please." Two of a Kind. "They say dreams go by table The receiving teller hadn't the heart to contraries, do they not?" "Yes dreams you In your noble worlc." disappoint her himself. He told her she and weather predictions." Puck. Mrs. J. W. PnuETT, Mcdford, Oregon, says: "r (Q&i-tfe&- 7i iKh 111 would have to sec the noto clerk, who at" My health, also tho baby's, wo owe to ii r a,Mimr tended to all such business. Washington Sec! Had sprain is cured, St. Jacobs Oil's Lvdia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound." Star. magic worked it. ?!isfeJ3HKjptt Mrs. John W. Lono, Wyoming, Iowa, writes: " I had shooting pains all over my body, was very- HE HAD A FINE TIME. people would have bad habits if it Moic didn't cost loo much. Washington (la.) weak and nervous. I could not straighten up. I wished Democrat. Up FlKlittnc Got His Muscle and to becomo a mother but was afraid I never could. Seventeen jnonths ngo I got Btatk or Ohio, Citt or Toloo, i.rei ijotrtrTT. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he if the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo. County and State aforesaid, and that said Arm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of catarrh that cannot b cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh FRANK J. CHENEY. Cure. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my this 8th day of December. A. D. firesence, A. W. OLEASON. Seal Notary Public, tlnll's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and Acts dirrctlv on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, ftee. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. HAPPY MOTHERS AND HEALTHY CHILDREN. LydlaHPlnkhtiin'sVocfotobloOompoandCJoaa Strnlsht'to tho Gauss of All Female Troubles and Asflsoroa a iioaicny jauiwwuior. r "I wiiWxi to-da- three-month- KVvUjlILB he-wa- m -- Wfi M -r CflX ,t 11 left-han- d Insects Down la the Couutrs. uuri St. Jacobs Oil cures Soreness, St. Jacobs Oil turcs Stillness. PLUG A "Feel better after your outing, neighbor!" far. good many women carry amiability too Atchison Globe. asked one Joy street man of another. "Stronger than a locomotive. Haven't a Where's it gone? Ask St. Jacobs Oil. It touch of rheumatism and can handle mycured that briiuc gone. self like an athlete." "In training while ou were cone?" The most tiresome thing on earth is n prac"Yes; fighting bugs; all kinds of winged insects. It was lust biff! bang! all day and tical joke. Atchison Globe. most of the night. Exercise? I not only struck and kicked and danced, but went through every possible contortion of the human bod A moth miller is a nice, pretty, innocent little thing, but get 2o of them inside of join i ollar all at onco nnd see how it goe,-.- . lint that was only an item. While the niillei wine enjoying themselves I'd have im c.os full of some small bug that defies every form of death except by drowning: big beetles would be hitting my cars with a deafening noise, the mosquito fleet assailed me at every angle, the flies played thepart of rough riders and somo kind of bugs in thiee colois that gave forth a sound like that of a buz, saw zipping through a hardwood knot did a regular war dance. They If It was only health, we drove me out .it the finish, but my muscles might let it cling. are harder and more flexible than they have But it is a cough. One cold been since I was a schoolboy. I might have no sooner passes off before survived it another week, but when a lot another comes. But it's the of bees tried to hive in my old straw hat same old cough all the time. while I wn wearing it I took a lumber wagon and caught tha first train for home," DeAnd it's the samel old story, troit Free Press. too. There is first the cold, some of your Vegetable Compound, and after taking half a bottle was much relieved. 1 took four bottles and was cured. Now I havo a big baby boy which. I feel I owe to your Compound. Many thanks for your kind advice." A Million Women Have Been Benefited by Mrs. Plnkham's Advice and Medicine It Hangs Oi- l-. Ilnwnll mill Hip Phlllriptnpi. Send four .cents (in stamps) for nn illustrated booklet issued by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, the direct route across the American Continent totlio New possession of the United State. Full of latest reliable information and uluahlc for reference. Can be used as a text book in school. Address (Jeo-I- I. Ilcafford, ficn'I Pass, nnd Ticket Agent, Chicago, III. Trans-Pacific A perfect type of the highest order of excellence. Johnny What doc tho paper mean, pa, by Hauii; that Mr. Tomhnsoii bore the loss of his handsome property by lire very philosophically? Johnny's Pa Umph! It means that he was insured, Stray Stories. MlKDflfll. . I say, scejiow those knickerbockers have Rone to pieces! Tailor Perhaps, sir, you Bat down. In rinln Kmrltnli. Purchaser "Of course I sat down." sold it to you u a walking suit, nir only as a walking suit, sir!.' Judy. "I TMOt-Ult- Patient Well, doctor, do you think it's appendicitis? Eminent Surgeon I never think, my friend; I always know. lie 'Wanted Ton Much. then the cough, then pneumonia or consumption with the long sickness, and life trembling in the balance. The IMnc to Sec It. Miss Sheafe Oh! just look nt that wheat rising and falling in the breeze. How beautiful it ii. Mr. Citvmnn Ah, but you ought to see it rising nnd falling in the corn exchange. Tit-Uit. WultuMrtfi Breakfast W r m Qemember the name k v when you buy again. Evening News. operation, but can't you break over the rule una worK upniiuicuuuuinuw.' uiuuiigo w Dear Editor: If you know of a solicitor y or canvasser in your city or elsewhere, a man who has solicited for subscriptions, insurance, nursery stock, books or tailoring, or a man who can sell goods, you will confer a favor by telling him to correspond with us; or if you will insert this notice in your paper and such parties will cut this nocdg-ciall- IV f tice out and mail to us, wc may be able to furnish thorn a good position in their own and adjoining counties. Address Ambmoin wooles Mills Co., Chicago. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral loosens the grasp of your cough. The congestion of the throat and lungs Is removed; all inflammation is subdued; the parts are put perfectly at rest and the cough drops away. It has no diseased tissues on which to hang. Nodd I signed a blank check and gave it to my wife ventcrdav. Todd Do you think that was prudent? 'Certainly! I know that the bank won't give her any more than I have," Puck. mind buying channel cat for kin-peherring," said Mrs. Parvcnoo to the shopkeeper, "and angle worms for but when I order n staple article like pink tea that no society lady should bo without I don't expect this green stuff, even if 1 am Irish." Chicago Sun. All lllKl't. (pa ABSOLUTELY Delicious "I don't rc PURE. Nutritious. COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A COP. lie sore you (el ike gtouiM article made at Dorchester, Mix., by Justification. "How dared you strike a woman!" he yelled, indignantly. "Well, there was no man around from whom I could borrow anything," pleaded the culprit. Philadelphia North American. To Care a Cold In One Day Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets.. Ah dtuggista refund money if it fails to cure. 25c. If people kick to you take it so that they will feel nshamed of themselves. This is good advice, but wc don't expect you to take it; no one takes good advice. Atchison (J lobe. WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd. ESTAILISHIO trto. mmjmttWt&aas&mk 'Your Own Often what a man calls principle is a mere bit of seeking to force his views upon others. Washington (la.) Democrat. sure. It" will vanish. Use St. Jacobs Oil for Neuralgia. It's done. is WALLS CEILINGS if v It cay, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Dr. -A Natural Black SO mmj to uuv anytuino MMMmt iwt,oig ; Stocks peculators a is Producod by Buckingham's DyewS?,. ctf. of drujjliti or R.P.Htll It Co. Jltihut.N.H. nKADEUS OK THIS I'Al'KU I hare valuable Information Drofltabla l deal now under way. Wrlto of aparticulars, for K.P.J.. l'.O. HoraD7, Sew York. I I.W.1.WKIWHI CALCStVSO FRESCO TBNTS enn ncnnnaTiun uiai .i nine Calcimo runvniioffnufiv nHHilntiUiUnanitI c aim neii larmlnlna PtmciiASE ok liraadeonscientlno ucuumtiina rhllo tniir ubmnao paokauk fMm Thl material oonrnctlon of Ola 1a Awn lrprlitciDldsby machinery and milled In twentj.four ttnU ndunperlflrto anr j. o h mixed with Cold and Vhltlnv tnnv can DOMiniy do mu by hand IVMxnit ViHA MII.IIR 'Alt 1)4 and you cannot ptircbaie your local dealer let Uk Icnour and we will put tou fn the way o( obtaining It. No one has ever been able to explain why men have their hair cut oftcner than other men, Chicago Daily News. bald-heade- d Plaster draws out inflammation of the lungs. Complete Donble Brrttk Q.0 Top Snap G IIUC FISH-TACKL- BPOATrlMeN'S HOPPLLM CHIiriRl.MEUlIWHIRK BM ftanp rW MUtofV. 4 4lial.8l..CIN(.ISUTI. POWELL CLEMENT CO. i nivr tMimtcrUI from THE MUKAUO COMPANY, NEW BRIGHTON, S. 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