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The following leportfrom Mr. Ilanna, Americnn consul at Porto Rico, has been received by fJOTTNKT " ft A, w C .vJ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1898. NUMBER 8. PROCLAMATION (Jovoruor of Arkansas Oilers a Howard for Moonshiners ami Law-Ilrciker- s. MUSTHOLDTHEM President Arrives1 at the Conclusion' That We ilust Keep Philippines. WCL id lhrt44.. -- r ". ! r DEMANDS ALL. t ifwloner. Iteanl ume State Their Ul. the l'hllip- of Debt. THE FARMERS' BANK and STANFORD. KY. Bncoeasors to the Lincoln National the assistant secretary of state, and will bo of Interest to persons contemplating migration to that island. In Imi.i: Hock, Ark., Nov. 1. Itwns bis report Mr. Ilanna says: "I am convinced that young men reported Sunday night that troops would be sent to Cleburne county Jlotjv 'seeking work or positions of any kind day to quell the disturbance there thai should not come to Porto Klco. Sueb is being lailscil by moonshiners, but persons 'as clerks, eaipenters. meand of none wre sent nnd the probabilities chanics' laborers all stay an ay from tiro now that none will bo called upon giades should No American should tiulcss it be U. S. troops, ub tbc state Porto Itico. militia outside of tbe 2d legiment, come to Porto Itico expecting to wb'lcli is in the United States service, Btrikeitrlebund no person should come is disorganized and no citien soldiers hero without a plenty of money to pay are available. The governor lias is- boaid bills and have enough to take sued a proclamation offering u rewnrd them back to their homes in the United of 8100 for the nfrcst of every person States. This Is it small island, has a commuting lawlessness in Cleburne population of about a million people, county, and be hopes this fiction will and is the most densely populated country in the world. There are sevhave a. good effect. From reliable icports rcccied here eral humheiU thousand working the situation is very serious. The Porto Kicansf ready to till tbe mooushiner.H are waging a relentless vacant jobs and at n low price. There may comoyi time after the laws war on the informers or the law-abi- Unmet mid lUrnn llurned at Nlglit, Lire htookof All Kinds Ilrlnnclnp to Inform er Klllrdund runnlnc Iniplrnifnl mid Other l'ropcrlj- - Dratroyril. The American peace s ach carrying a and personal tin Kvldcnt Tliat Spain Cm JfoCAjJitln V011KI lTc.Kitnlillsh. Authority Orer the f ' their headquarter! ftieora al hotel for the meet Jludi without 11 War With Iimargstitii. ing witljtff(!panish commissioners, ce, shortly ooiore port-record1'ro-lane- nvi comiiti Wk l'art f RUSST COMPANY, Bank. OR Wasiiinoiox, Oct, lil. President Me- - Klnley is convinced that thcroi Is no Way in which the United StateSscan escape tho responsibility of takinJ all lie has arrivedvat the Philippines, this conclusion, after mature delibcm-tio- siffrfedHjMWe aty of independence T n. By provision ol its charter, depositors are as folly protected as art depositors la National Banks, its shareholders being held individually a rftbcU2yaftcrnoou. liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par valu tirtlxS$ir ifo'clock the ten com- thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may ad , "11irnlVUl!u nironteu each othct- as Executor, Administrator, Trnatca oar Receiver, as an individual. 'Mm ile on Witch' hi 1780, Henjanuii39twb in and his colleague! - $! oJ pre- - llo at first favored kecking nothing more than a military and naval base, and thought that tho United States should In no event rctuin mote than tho island of Luzon. When the American peace commissioners left or Paris It was not contemplated that they should demand from the Spanish government more than the absolute cession of this one island to th( United States and a reversionary Interest In the other islands of the thejUnijSjtft scnted works, improvements nnd'Seifcancnt betterments. set fSrth that the United StAtesJjjHbuld not assume any part ol the group. debt which had boon y gpainffpr tho furtherance ol It has been found however, that there wero many practical difficulties m)lluirl''or navaltopcrations to quell in the way of such a solution, not tho Insnrr.iIonsjpfhe natives. least of them being tbc evident imposThelslonHvaS adjourned until Friauday, Kit oraVrtftfl give the Spaniards sibility of Spain's thority over tho remaining islands timtJf)rPar1jr reply. TKqjUession"ltfonday lasted a little without a prolonged and bloody strugover abourf j$ gle with the Insurgent forces. Asijisqiqx'ifov. 1. The advicct Information, coupled with the opinion of military and naval commanders f rotnffiSria to thettkfeet that the United familiar with tho Philippine situation, SlateHllpyace commissioners have de-have led the president to believe that mntulgj? the cessitrnfaftthc United States Adm. Dewey's destruction of the Span- of tluykntiro Plnupplne groui is in ish licet In Manila bay nnd Gen. Mer IincrwjiUdhe itnictions that havt ritt's capture of Manila, annihilated beohjsued' tijtlie representatives ol Spanish sovereignty In tbe islands and the Uited?Unt?S Up to a very recent it became a duty of the United States itate. thcJUnitedliStatcs commissioners ... .If. istruetions on ... to establish a better government than Jlilll IWJ'lUCCISI the one which was destroyed by Amer- vitrtliifif. LoNftoN, Nov. ISA dispatch to tbe ican arms. The president has been deluged with, CcntraiiNews frcnirSadrid, by way oJ letters fiom all parts of tbe United ItayoUnerjsttas tliajBSenor Montere States and with resolutionsfrom com- Itbis.jW'wUentof bopTacccoinmission mercial and religious bodies, urging has fijf&hiydJthtrivcrnmcnt that it that American sovereignty should be is imfij'We.to Wrc'u. with tbe Ameri-e.insi- l ijtenditfiPitlicrefur.useJg! maintained, W'hcilvei,,.thc.ilat.'' .has been posc'i.Untted. States to take the cntjrjj&ip of Philippine islands and to fifesunMWeh'proQprtion of the PhilSpent for the ippine wfi'ns benfltf f?he islands or their has-been 'jadH can expression S Wrfttcn n crfffifmissioncrs Condition of the Farmer Bank and Trust Co., Stanford. Kentucky. December 31, 1806. RESOURCES: . LIABILITIES: 1303,015 21 1,003.82 4 202.41 46,239 20 0,40000 5 59X20 I3S7,W5,W) of the pur- - Cash Notes and Bills Other Stocks and Bonds Overdrafts Banks Buo fromUotua and Fixtures Capital Stock Surplus Fund Individual Deposits Duo to Banks 1200,00001 I9.433.4t 155,50101 ..,,..; 12.019.41 $387,013. SH lIso JMNf-pphi- DIRECTORS: J. J. Wllllntns, Mt. Vernon. J. S. Owsley, Stanford. J. 15. Owsley, Stanford. William Gooch, Stanford. S. II. Shanks, Stanford. J. Embry, Stanford. J. P. Cash, Stanford. A. W. Carpenter, Stanford. S. J. E. Lynn. Stanford. J. N. Jlcnefee, Stanford, W. II. Cummins, Lincoln County. a H. SHANKS, K3 We solicit all having business 4n bank to call or write us, an4 they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier President. J, B. OWSLEY, Cashle1 W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. ft BUS NESS E DU6ATI0N Is absolutely necessary to the yountr man or younp woman who would win Success in life. Thi s bein g conceded, it Is of the fir&t importance to tret your training at the school that stands in tho very front rank -- tho i ,..irw.. Bryant & Stratton Business College LOUISVILLE, KY, .,r Vr ," URChQiSmO1 IRHATO. ID. W T HARWI3C LA FAYETTE MONUMENT ASSOCIATION. This bod' haa been formed fee tho purpose of raising funds for a statue of La Fayette, to bo erected In I'arls, rimce. in tho summer of 1900. It Is the purposo of tho commission to build the monument UircniRli the offorts of the younsr people of America. October 19 wns observed us "La Fayette day" tn oveiy school district o Illinois and other western states, and largo sums wero contributed by the school children toward the monument fund, Chicago alone giving not less than $S,000. 4 ' St. P.ut., Minn., Nov. t. A Winnipeg, Man., special to the Dispatch FRENCH CABINET SELECTED. says: Tho special naval train was derailed JM. IJnpiiy II i Sncroeclril In 1 ormln? One east of Hat Portage at 1:30 o'clock ill List M. Ie I're.vchii't Will lie , Monday morning by a broken rail. the Nciv MinUU-- of Wur. Tho tender, two baggago cars and three colonist curs went over tjie em1'AitiH, Nov. I. The new' Dupuy cabbankment ten feet high. Prank inet is regarded as completed, and the Fleckney and Win. Miller, boyb from official nnnounccihcnt of its establishship Agincourt, of Chattho ment is expected Tuesday. It will ham,training SamKngland, were killed. probably bo constructed as follows; of Edinstoker, Harrison, uel M. Dupuy, premier. burgh, and Thomas Iiurns; seaman, M. Lcbiet, minister of justice. wero injured, also a man named Smith M. Do Freycinet, minister of war. from 7'apineauville, Quebec, who was, M. Lockry, minister of marine. stealing n rltlc. 11. Delcasse, minister of foreign afl'reaeiiiiul to I'reaiileut Inure. fairs. l'Aitts, Nov. 1. The United States M. Peytral, minister of finance. Hen. Horace J. Porter, M. Leygues, minister of public' in- ambassador, Monday morning presented Mr. Ferdistruction. M. Oulllaine, minister of the col- nand W. Peck, the United States com' ' onies. missioner to the Paris exposition of 1000, and the hitter's colleagues, t&j M. Viger, minister of agriculture. M. Krnnt, rdnister of public works. President Faure. r iug element. In some leases bouses and barns have been burned at night, live stock of all kinds belonging to Informers has been killed and farm Implements and other property broken to pieces ariTl destroyed wherever found. Notices have been posted on the doors of informers' homes warning them to leave the"'cbunty,jind remain away. their The" informers are giuuding homes and property night and day and their crops are going to ruin in the fields Cleburne county Is isolated and has long been tbe borne of moonshiners. It Is many miles from a railroad and affords nu ideal haven for tho illicit distiller. of the United States are applied by congress to this island that this will be a good place lor American capital tind for Americans to do business, but even then a man should have plenty of money who expects to make a business success in Porto ltico. I deem it important that the department cause this suggestion to be made public tbiough the newspapets of the countiy." over NiimiI "an "eTibaFkment. Weru Srrlonaly Jujurecl. 'lr.iln Wrrekml In JUInnriiot i unit Tho I'rraiMK Killed Three Men , inc news mat cut .uxniiii), Write for beautiful Spanish pence commissioners at Pari nent positions all overbook (riving1 testimonials from graduates occupying' promithe United States It will bo mailed FREE. , 17 bad icferred to the government a of the Ameiican commissioners for the absolute cession of the entire Philippine group caused the greatest surprise In Madrid. The strongest feeling prevails that them. Ml Secretary Uage, who went west be- the government should protest ener fore the president, nnd who went as getically against what is regarded far as Denver, found the sentiment lib a isolation of the spirit of the protr Druggists and Pharmacists. there even stronger than in Omaha. oeol. Washington Nov. 1. Secretary ol In all tbc meetings of tho cabinet before tho peace commissioners left for State Hay Monday night confirms th Paris Secretary Rage was tho most cablegram from Paris, to the effect thai conservative of all the president's ad- - the American peace commissioner visers. He doubted the wisdom of have demanded the whole of the Philip taking even as much ns the Island of pino archipelago, having taken thai We carrv Drugs, Chemicals, Faints, Luzon, nnd would have been glad If a action pursuant to instructions from Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fnncj He also admit' way had been found of relinquishing President McKinley. Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c Prescrip all the Philippines. Since his return that this demand by the American tions carefully compounded at all hours. how ever, he is an advo- coinmivsioner.s cart led with it an exfrom the west, Give us a call for goods usually kept in a cate of holding all the islands. pression of willingness on the part first-cladrugstore. Although it has been finally deter- of this government to make some finanmined that tho Philippines shall be re- cial concession to Spain, either in tint tained, tho peace commissioners may way of a cash indemnity or a practical bo given considerable latitude as to assumption of some part of the Philiptbe terms on which they arc to bo re- pine delft. Neither Mr. Hay nor othct tained. Tho Philippines arc regarded members of tbe cabinet will name th1 as standing on a different basis from definite figures icpresenting the sum Cuba and Porto ltico, and some of the of this, financial concession, but it i i members of tho administration admitted that it probably will not be believe isthat if all far from SIO.OOQ.OOD. the lands are taken Spain should be given some measure of compensation TAKING THE PHILIPPINES. for them, especially as tho Philippines have been by far tho most valuable of I.uiiiUi i Tlnu'. Sin tlm Arrunsenient all her colonies. the Hear Tlml Could Bo Made for It can be said that it is quite proli-ab- le All the 1'nrllih I onrrrneil. Surplus,.. that tho American commissioner $200,000. Capital tock ..523,100 w ill bo authorized to go so far as to I,odo', JCov. 1. The Times edioffer to pledgo the United States to torially Tuesday morninf,' impressed assume the Philippine debt, or at leas its frank satisfaetion at tho decision of such portion of it as has been expended the I nitcd States commissioners tu L, VV. Haydcn, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. ReJd T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribblc, S. T. Harris, on the public works in tho island's. lake the Philippines. It says: l ' J. S. Hock.cr and M. J. Miller. "The arrangement is undoubtedly Tho exact amount of tho debt that could be made foi could be piopcrly charged to tho Unit- the best that We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining ed States under such nn arrangement both thg inhabitants ind for all inbusiness terested in the trade and progresi counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all could not bo accurately stated without Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with view ITpon this far east. a fullerwiualysis of this debt than as of tlie Spain to business relations, respectfully invited. others, yet has been made, but it is believed point. as upon has no choice but to yield, since bet JNO. J. McROBERTS. Cashlcn J. & HQCKER, Prca, that it will be less than 10,000,000. warmest partisans no longer maintain AN EMERGENCY SQUADRON. that flio has either the means or wish to renew tho war. Qre.it Itrltuln is Aaaembllii;; () ip at l)p,oii- The same Irresistible logic of facts port Itn !ptlnation w Sjld to llo '.ontiols the question of the Cuban (jlbr.iliar Ureat ActWllj. debt. Tho United Stater, can dictate ? own terms. At tbe same time we London', Oct 81. There was the their greatest activity Sunday at Devonport, are louml to draw attention to the sethe site of tbe largest arsenal in Great rious consequences of tbe policy upon IbiUin and of two of tbe finest dry which the American delegates have Everything iu dock y aids in the world. Tho governMust (In Out .l.ihii.irj 1. ment is assembling an emergency squndton which it is understood will Havana, Nov. 1. The American go to Gibraltar. mlliUjiy commission intends to send a Despite the fact that the wind has uote to the Spanish commission, Insistbeen blowing almost a gale, the becond-elas- s ing thatthe evacuation of the island battle bhlp Colossus arrived fivin by tho Spanish troops must bo comHolyhead, the first-clus- s buttle ship pleted before January 1. This is tlm Howe from Qucenstown, and the last nofevthat will be sent on this nub-ec- t first-claandthe Americans 'ivill n'M fut battle sb'.o Denbow, fron: Greenock. tber discuss tlie matter. dent's recent western trip was a revelation to him and the members of his cabinet who accompanied him. The further ho went west the stronger ho found tbe sentiment in favor of holding all the Philippines and establishing an American government over tsassssBrrY ro. i,-form-t'ldeuian- faMMMeeninV A Shorthand, Telegraph? ' MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt Vernon, Ky. ss First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. GO TO JONAS McKENZIE For V it Dru Gooa& Giotmna. boois ana Shoes GENERAL MERCHANDISE., Best Goods at ss Liing Price s V I !! IIIHIIBIIIIMBI 111 3-f ML asrr V ernon Signal 1898 by Friday, Nov, 4, Published every Friday Country publishers receive subscriptions now and then from city firms who can have no interest in This the local news of the paper. paragraph in the New York Times may explain the reason fur tlicsc "torelgu" subscriptions: "A wholesale grocer in who has become riclunt JAMES MARET. . Or L fill. jjusu ness, pays his rule is that when he xne ami ouiusw 0!d fashious in dress may be sells a bill of goods on cicdit, to medicine but no Thousands Use it! Do You? For Wheat Ground $1.30 a immediately subscribe for the local can replace Chamberlain's Colic, $1.00 subscription oxa year So long as debtor. paper of his hundred. Dcssicatcd Bone $3.35. per hundred. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. his customer advertised libeially, WilFor sale by M. C. &. C. N. Some dealers Experiment at the 'FarmofsJ Expense. "Wo he rested, but as toon as he began liams. Advertising rates made known on to contiact his advertising space handle onlythe best grado of goods. Alw'ayo hept in stock he took the fact as evidence that and for sale by application there wan trouble ahead and inII yon want to get mad about it and bav ub vour dues, very wel variably went for the debt'or. J. W. MOORE & A. E. ALBRIGHT, and good. Its better that way Said he: "The man who is too Brodhead, Ky. FOR CONGRESS than to keeb in rood humor and poor to make his business known Hon. G. G. GILBERT, never pay. is too poor to do business, The OF SHELBY. withdrawal of an advertisement is stand. A Republican. evidence of weakness that business men are too slow to act upon.' " Ate you paying for what yon art BRODHEAD." A CALL readingl DEALERSHIN The District Chairman of the Mrs. J. H. Albright will' open up The Hon. G. G. Gilbert is makcounty Democratic Com Rockcastle ing a splendid canvass; everywhere a new line of millinery. tnittee are hereby ordered to meet he is arousing much enthusiasm. Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at lair orices. W. G. Adams has rented J. H. Vernon on Saturday, Nov. in i In Lincoln county the people fell Albright's poultry, house AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. ASH and will PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER 5U1 at 1 o'clock p m in the office of in love with him; in Madison he is do a rushing business. C C Williams andpromised by the people a handsome 'W J Sparks, Chairman of Funeral Director. Electric light interest is vinoving majority. Long before McCreary KY. Dem Co Committee ftlt. Vernon, - - - Kentucky Almost all theitizens reached the Danville convention, on uicelv. It',s onlya short did he realize that he had at last are taking stocl Every indication pohits to met a man worthy of his steel. time and our night will be ias light Democratic victory throughout the Now the people of Madison realiz- as day. ; United States. ' Over confidence is ing his fitness for the place he seeks Revs. Pike and Jounson are con cur only danger. Get out and do have rolled their sleeves high up ducting a series 'of meetings at your duty. and gone to work for his election. the Methodist church. In Shelby, Spencer, Lincoln, Boyle V. H. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR.' Rev. Livingston wilUffill his" enKeeps Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Captain Carter robbed the gov- and Garrard he will get a good Re- gagements at the Christian church Linen Bosoms, Cuffs, and Collars. MANUrACTORER AND Dl'ALPR IN ernment of hundreds of thousands publican vote. He is worthy of Saturday night. ifta Can furnish Metallic Caskets and of dollars, and Alger is using all your support. Help us elect him, Hamp Reynolds saysHhat if the have Embalming done on short the power of his department to con- and in the days to come, you will willWget out of notice and easy terms. Orders by ceal the fraud. Alger is tarred be proud of the vote you have cast. other blacksmiths telegraph or telephoue promptly with the same stick, and he pro- Let us ask a question in all kind- the way he will do the work. attended to day or night. ceeds upon the same idea that all ness: What has Mr. Davisou done Tilmau Gilpin came up from the the followers of that ilk must stand to entitle him to your vote? Is he Illinois Central, Sunday and reup to one another. Why does the a mau that will reflect honor upon turned Monday. President stand up to Alger? the people? No. Is he a man like Isaac Snodglosc 'went- to LouisYcrkes, Bradley 01 Bumam, all ville Tuesday night. jBL a Thousauds of Republican papers of whom live iinthis district?No! SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES. IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. Mr. Gus Rickets, oMLoukville, could be quoted if space would Fas he introduced any measures his sister, Mrs, Ruth Hinds, 6, 1898 permit. These fevr, however serve for the relief of the people? No! and to refute the statement of Repub- Has he turned the lamp of knowl- ofWaltou, Ky., are visiting Pueir 2x2, 30 inches long, all white Academic, Intermediate,Sand C grade or better, $12 per m, lican politsians ''In the face of edge on any great question since neice and nephew, W.A. Carson Primary, Departments. , these facts can any respctable vo- he has been in Congress? No! and Miss Neville Carson, ofvthis 2x2, 30 inches long, red, $6 per m. ter of anV party cast his ballot for Vhat speeches has he delivered placeany candidate whose action will be while there? None! He has drawn ixi,-r2- 8 inches long, white $6 Our section foreman is cleaning L. per m. governed by the very same men ten thousand dollars of the peo the right here very nicely. Tl Do " " " v red $4 who are responsible for the criuies ple's money and done nothing. Miss Lizzie Heron is thVorgarti? of the war? The war has never Then why should you vote for tn. for the Holiness people. j' 3 Per been made a political issue by any him? Mr. Gilbert is plain but SINGLE TREE BILLETS. Tames Crank has returned from one except the men who iu the lan- scholrally, is able and a great 38 inches, long white, guage of Hanna seek to shield thinker a man of courage and the army and says that he has $16 per in. themselves from public condemna- knows the wants of and needs of enough of war. tion by crying "That all this war the people, and knows how to NECK YOKES. Our ,tovn is improving slowly talk is for political effect. crystalize those wants and needs but surely. Our business men are 3x3, 48 inches long' white or red into laws for their benefit. all industrious. $25 per m. in paying bonds in coin exIf is out at London. J. R. Ca:s To be delivered at any station actly according to the contract is REPUBLICAN'S VIEWS. N. or K. C. t,, on K. D of L. & disreputable and dishonorable what Did you ever eat any candy division, will cull once every tw Durgin Messenger. explf.tives and adjectives would be Will 011 please allow me through mand at S. W. Davis'? He sells weeks. L. L. Inspectcr. required to fitly describe the peryour columns to give a few reasous the largest sack you ever saw for Brodhead, Ky. fidy of the baukers who propose to 5 cents. issue two billions ot money made why the Republicaus, who have for t Fruits of all kinds and fresh HAY. No. 1 Timothy baled bay for of paper, and that backed by only years given their time and money for the cause, should not and will bread at all times. Call and see sale. Orders filledpromptly by A, 5 per cent, of gold. The silver dollar even upon the intrinsic value not support any man in the State in the basemeut opposite Court H 'Baston, Crab Orchad. Write Two yeats ago, house. theory is worth fifty cents on the ior for prices. tf we with our time and money and dcllfir, while the bank currency HON. G. G. GILBERT will only be worth five cents on the united effort gained a grand victory Democratic nominee for Congress, Don't forget to call at Williams dollar. Pay according to the con- and we expected the offices held by Cleveland's favorites to be delivered will speak at the following places: drug store during Court. Make tract and don't worry about your Foxtown, Oct. 29. this drugstore your headquarters honor. If the success of Bryanism to us, but two years have elapsed Livingston, Nov. 3, while in town. aud we are still out' in the cold. would be disastrious now, please Brodhead, Nov. 4, We have appealed by letter and by explain why this country was not Mt. Vernon, Nov. 5. ruined in the decade before the Civil petition to our Congressmen, only Call at Williams' drug store aud find not a word upon the records war, when we had both free trade to get your drugs, patent medicines, find our representaA $30,000 stone quarry for sale for a relief, but and free coinage of silver. books, paints, oils &c. Will take tives in collusion with the Inquire at Signal office. pleasure in showing you cur stock. Democrats, that they may ".AJger is responsible for Alger 1 Wanted. To trade Corbin propin and the ism, and McKinley is responsible assist them erty for a second-han- d saw mill result of the November election can Wanted -- To trade a five room for Alger." It was not a Demohe easily told. As to Davison, he outfit. Address, D. T. Chestnut house, and lots in Mt. Vernon. cratic paper which uttered this Corbiu. Ky. forai farm worth from $400 to is not considered the nominee ot tiueism but a Republican paper our party. A lot of office holders Inquire at this office. 3 the New York Evening Post, The NOTICE. and mug wump democrats, who same paper coinmentiug further ' hold positions that belong to ReI will sell you a barrel of upon the same subject, says: publicans , met at Danville and Michigan salt for $1.25 For Sale: Nice house with "If the President shall allow acre nominated him against the will of 7 bu barrel of Michigan salt for four rooms and about one-hato continue, the President party. Davison has never raised $1.60 of land on street near Christian will pay the penalty and not alone his voice or hand in Congress joou cut sniugies at $1.35 per church in Brodhead, Ky. Price the President but also the party against civil service or any other thousand; sawed shiuglrs $1 $225'. Call and see properly or which elected Mr. McKinley. The 50 deproposition but has given a hand livered on switch or loaded on cars, address G, T. McRoberts, Brod- people of the United States are in horn the beginning to set up a bum 53t A. E. Blbright, Brodhead, Ky. head?vKy. & CO- dignant, and justly indignant, over machine and did not care of what the situation. If nothing is done kind of material. In many places Iceicream at S. W. Davis' brick about it they will make this indig- he endorsed opposite Court Democrats for posihoteUfbasement nation felt at the polls The Presi- tions instead g of Republi- House;, dent must not allow himiself to be enrm Klinnlrl lio nvnwt ttincn T? wr d, old-fashio- n this city, the busi- ors appointing tcmp&fary men to tide over the elvction-J- ; e Give us such mcfiffJaW. J as deputy collSffinVand Uhe Cleveland bnbie would all 'i be turned out in a inoiuUns the 'law requires thehi to workfrom six till . six and vou can find hem most any time in the drtyfftheir post of duty. The Republican party will not be sold out By' a few office bums and don't propose tomiy mug wump Democrats, and Xif uavison Knew us vveilgls tne writer of this, how badly he Jwill be defeated, "lc would withdraw from the race at once. We anneal to old and young Republitnslto assist us in saving the party from the bum office holders and mug.,wutnps and1 let it be so thorough and complete that one though a fool; au under- Wil-mor- Oh, how good candy is when you buy at S. W. Davis'. Homestead MS-..-- . - est in the Aunt Polly Hiatt at this officc- - For Sale A one-twelft- h interfarm-Appl- '&'.. '. r - y jr i .;. -- - one Black Tiesc duns mean you, owe on subscription. ij yon Fertilizer. ". - T1. 1 1 Willis Griffin - SON General Merchandise Main an d MT. VERNON, DAVl S & .0pnS01d hurch .Sts Brodhead Marble Works Monnumcnts and Tomb Stones. 9 Mt. Vernon - , Collegiate Institute Fll Session Openes September - jM i , Special Normal "Work for Teacher 4 M.SCROGGS;FUicipal 2x3, Livingston. Town Lots for business In the most desirable Part of Town near new Depot, them. call and see Jarrett, and Dwelling Houses Wm. FIELDS ! office-holdin- g Lui rltUll" i yrag omre 5-- Drugs, Medicines, Cheaper, c. a Groceries m ll TOBACCO AND CIGARS Cheap, I Cheapest DAVIS . . life-lon- Dr A A. Grauman, Subscribe for the rM tMW ernedby any pergonal or political obligations incurred m the past. If he would iivert the election of a Bryanitc: majority in the House he mutf ik load Alger" auB...ui rt 4 1 . M.asnfc -- .&& uu t..-- . SV- - pubHcans t0 .. support him? Many RQpuhicMS are beng threatened that any man who does not vote for Davis ecd ,10t ePect position is no excuse for the collect- There DENTIST, MILLER HOTEL Entrance on Main Street. Waited. We want to rent a two horse (arm not far from town. AKoTveihave a stuail farm to rent T- n r out (.ioou reicieuces. .. S. B. & V. P. Freeman SIGNAL $100 A YEAR; ' w 1. m 't. st c A-4l Aft 1 COURT CALENDAR. J. J. Ping entered the sophomore County Court. Fouith Moa class, at Centre College, Dauville, is piogressing nicely iu his day in each month; and Quarterly Court. Fiist Monfalse. Mt. Vernon, Ky., Nov. 4 1898. lime. studies. Jack will make a sucday in January, April, July and dependent Telephone cess of anything he undertakes. Of ; "Lollqw the flag, Davison," October. There is tain ol establishing a Mt. Vcrnv.i, Kjr., l'Mtlhc in icc tottrtdottbe "'l""'" button XSJ.J the'p handle factory here. Circuit Court. Second Monond'ClAK mall mutter NOTICE. tla'g beleng'-jfcplpl- y day iu February, Fourth Monday to Davison's Mrs. D. S. Purdom joined hei Having sold goods for over ten in May and Third Mond. in Sep. A meeting of fnuclr importance husband here Tuesday. ears on time) and done no good tember. puiibearing on'th'J independent tele- of fillWill J'irwtf.'an'cV-.V'ifat it for at least three out of five Mt. Vurnon PoLicn Court. f rtfiWi, Miss Mary Colyer has been x set- -' laski, A: Pe3ur.13t0.n- jblionwjntsn(c.iPvas held at the either can't pay or won't paj I Third Monday in each mouth. iously ill with sore throat. and iaimljfii'ntnrdEy and, ffuuj mtmt'Holel, Cftfcf' "hard, ou the resolve hereafter to sell strictly for 7t E. E. Protheioe the Brodhead day last. vfm&ix. Wedl- - 'Jav' Novem-k&Jif- - CASH or PRODUCE. I hope my Louisville & Nashville n. n, Co. Proc3ofonal Cards. when tthe Kentucky Telemerchant was here Tuesday. ArfYvi.J " " ' Henry Cairqij'JJ ?&.- best friends will not ask me to 5 tion ityas Oiganized. E, & N. LOCA.lv TIME CARD. Hugh Mil'ertbe clever landlord b:cak this rev)lution. Ihad rath- P. A. Pennington, D. U. S., M. D. was ekcled chairhas recovered from a sick spell. fiDay Mail North erset attending the tiiai ofyJOMtl P- - 'X. i?. er quit selling than to credit out 11:37 a m man and the following onic-- " were DENTST, JDay Mall South .. The soldier boys who were Colycr, charged with the murder elected A. IL Bastin, pic.Csnt, ,goods longer. Every reasonable 2.27 p in ot A. J. Catron. STight Ex. North knows it will not do. To N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts., 1:32 a m mustered out have returned and Crab CiJiard; Jno. S. Van Winkle, rain '"Night Ex. South... Those who are owing me, your 1:48 am gone to work. The Collegiate Institute is in a Danville, E. T. Fish. Berea, A. D. LOUISVILLE. KY. account is long past due. I need J. A. Landrum, Agent. Geo. Griffin will build an addi flourishing condition under the Shotwell; Somerset, Vice presidents; the pay for the goods you got, so tion to his pioperty in the North management of Prof, and Mrs. Jas. Maret, secretary, Mt. Veron, Scroggs. Two new pupils were F.J P. Combest, treasurer. Phil. come and settle. Don't force me part ot town.'churches. to put your account out after I ' Cbrutlan llolds services 1st .t 5r Sunday rf"" enrolled this week. We predict a Delegates SURVEYOR from, the various have already waited so long. Dr. and Mrs. Cooper, wete at I t llR.ro. and atG:SOp. iu. large enrollment for the next term. Kentucky companies were on hands K Crab Orchard, to attettd the White-Potte- r don't suppose I will need any and matters bearing on telephony money wedding. in the next world but I need I am just back from the City were discussed Also, an Ageut for tho best. 'Presbyterian Holds services on the Hli at length. A con- what you owe me in this. with a full and complete line of fall The child of Tom Tailors in the world. Sunday stitution was adopted and commitW. A. B. Davis. died) and winter goods. Will give you tees on bylaws S. Miller, near Lancaster, and joint directory ' a bargain in anything you want. Baptist Church Services on, the Second Wednesdpy of croup. C. C. WILLIAMS, were appointed who will moke Go to Bob Cox's to buy your in eud see my stock before Sunday Saturday night and Sunday. reports at thir next meeting which groceries and dry goods Hon. Geo. Gilbert is meeting Come Attorncy-at-LaSchool at 9 a m every Sunday. Prayer Geo. Johnson, with much encouragement iu his buying. takes place at St. Asaph Hotel, C meeting ou Tnesday nights. oct28-2- t Mt. Uornun, Ky. Orlaudo, Ky pastor. canvass iu this county. Stan 6th, when imPatnts And Oils it C. C 8308ice on 2nd floor of new portant matters will be brought beNews from Dr. E. J. Brown The hue from Crab Orchard to MASONIC. brick on Church street. Sj.fciaf fore the Association. The object Davis & Co. a private communication Livingston will be equipped with Ashland Lodge No. 640 meets i!rtl attention given to collections. of the Association .as set forth "is to Mt. Vernon, report him as new bridging 'phones. Notick. I will pay cash for 10 A in. pleasantly located for a time in for the improvement and extension Eggs Turkeys and Geese. Before D. S. Puidom has purchased Mr, of the'independent telephone service G. W.jMcCLURE, OTHERWISE. Rawling's barber shop and is now comfortable quarters in Chicago and the mutual benefit and pro- selling call and get prices. LOCAL where he is taking a course in A. E. Albright, Biodhead Attroney-atJLaT- v, running that establishment. bacteriology. '"Jean" is always tection of its members." Mt. Vernon, Ky. The history of the independent J. A. Landrum our accommodat- alive to any opportunity to increase You can rent office rooms and .Vote for Gilbert. telephone lines in this state, like family rooms from S. W. Davis iu ing railroad agent and family are his store of knowledge. All business entrusted to my . 'e Pay your dues to Signal, that in other states, short, lines the brick opposite Court House will receive prompt attention. visiting relatives at Pittsburg. Clate Matthews was shot and in- were first built and usually put up Best shoes at Robt Cox's. Office on Second floor of new bilck James I. Whit: and J. F, Griffin, stantly killed at Pine Hill on second quality material with no For Sale, One house and lot on Church street. 'Mrs. Geo. Fish was shopping in U. S. Marshal Short attended the Wednesday afternoon and John" of idea of the magnitude to which the cheap, iu the west part of town. town yesterday. Yerkes speaking at Livingston, Matthews mortally wounded by business would reach in the short Call on Andrew Gentry. R. G.WILLIAMS, Gov. Bradley speaks here on Tuesday night. John Meadows. The difficulty took space of two or three years. LongMonday, the 7U1. place on the depot p'.atflorm over er lines and exchanges followed. W. J. Newcomb has a nice poFinest grades of tobacco and Mrs. Dr. Davis who has been sition with the Galveston, LaPorte the alleged statement thatr Matthews Better material and instruments cigars at the drugstore of C. C. MT. VERNON. KY. aud Houston railroad, now con- had torn down some notices Mead- are displacing the crude efforts of Davis & Co. quite ill, is improving. ows had tackebV upon the school the first builders, and now Newtrolled by the Southern Pacific. Little Bessie Poynter who has Bob Cox now has a nice line of house door where Aeaaows is teach- port, Georgetown, Cynthiana, Parbeen sick, is some better. A telephone office has been ing. Meadows cauiki" to town and is, Mt.Sterling,NichoIasville, Rich- groceries and dry goodt, and are opened at Landgraf, three miles surrendered, and examining trial is Pat Welsh is now shipping clerk mond, Berea, Springfield, Lebanon, sold at bed rock prices. from Otteuheim to which point the set for tomorrow for a Louisville tobacco house. at9 a. ni. Judge Harrodsburg; Dauville, Stanford, wire will be extended at an early Williams held.an iiiquest Yednes PRACTICAL From Benjamin Franklin. Mt. Vernon, McKinney: Somerset, For a good shave and hair cut date. day night. "When you are sick, what you Liberty and many other cities and call at my shop. D. S. Purdom. EMBACMER Have a few hats left. They are STANFORD, KY. G. W. Fagan, railroad agent a towns have exchanges aud wire like best is to chosen for a medicine Prof. Scroggs held services at going fast. All are the latest styles Pine Hill, was found dead in bed connection. The systems are being in the first place; what experience Stock Complete. TclegraplrOrd-er- s i Pine Hill, Saturday and Sunday. and sold right at,, cost. Csll and yesterday morning. a Specialty It is supposed constantly improved. These com- tells you is best, to be chosen in Pat Welch and wife, after this get a bargain. Chickens taken in he died of heart dtsease, during the panies have in the last ten months the second place; what reason (i.e., StSSXSSSS3!S3SaS3SSSi week will reside in Louisville exchange. Mrs. S. C. Fraukliti night on account of excitement over by their competition, caused the Theory ) says is best is to be chosen DR. A. G. LOVELL Company to cut their in the last place. But if you cau Mrs. Dr. Cooper, of Livingston, We now have a splendid tele- the killing of Clate Matthews, who older Bell get 'Dr. Inclination. Dr. Experience was visiting friends here Monday. phone service with Richmond via was shot on the depotr platform the rates in half, thereby causing a big Physicjan and Surgeon, and Dr. Reason to hold a consulta gin liaa been saving to the people. Dr. Lovcll attended the Yerkes Lancaster and Berea. E. T Fish, day before. Mr, Kit vrnon. "ay The delegates and reprentatives tion together, they will give you s afflicted with disease loi a speaking at Livingston, Tuesday Berea, has just finished a Office North ii!e Main street the best advice that can best taken' He came from present at the Crab Orchard meetline from that place to Lancaster. number 01 yea night. When you have a bad cold Dr. many ; lars ago and lo ing were: J. S. Van Winkle, Danthe South would recommend Inclination Arthur, of Williamsburg, Edward Green Chandler one of our best cated at Pine H ll ud has filled ville, E. T. Fish, C. F. Hanson, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy beis here visiting his sister, Mrs. J. farmers, made the heart of the edclerical position the ever since Berea; J. M. Baldwin, C. J. Leiter, B. Fish. itor glad with a present of a bushel satisfactorily to 11s employers. Jde Richmond; F. M. Ware, McKinney; cause it is pleasant and safe to take HUGH MILLER Southern qucui was a man of upright character and F. P. Combest, Phil; J. H. Walden, Dr. Experience would recommend Miss Mattie Newcomb has just of mammoth fails to effect a crop rasp- sweet potatoes, the finest we have was universally respected. Away Lancaster; A. H. Bastin, Curtis it because it never gathered some second speedy and perment cure. Dr. HEADQUARTERS FOR . seen this season. berries. back iu 1850 he was a member of Gover, Crab Orchard; James Maret, Mt. Veruon. Several Hues Reason would lecomnieud it beCOMMERCIAL MEN. Di. Graunian, our dentist, goes The Second Regiment boys have Lopez's filibusters who invaded were represented by -proxy and cause it is proparod on scientific Cuba and barely escaped with their Porter at all traina.-Q- 3 to Brodhead, Monday to remain a been mustered out. Jno. D. Milprinciples, aud acts on nature's lives. Only four men of the expe- some of the delegates represented few days. ler, and Harris White of the 2nd more than one company. Among plan in relieving the lungs opening regiment band and Dr. G. B. dition are now living. F. V. Dillion. of Crab Orchard, the delegates were hotel keepers, the secretion aud restorin the sys Lawrence, of the hospital corps and had a stroke of paralysis, Thursday merchants, telephone operators, ed- tern toa natural and healthy condiBrodhkad, Ky.. Oct. 31. '98. itors, liverymen, Pennington have returned Geo. morning. farmers, electric- tion. For sale by M. C. & D. N. Two Republicans were overheard ians, home. a telegraph operator and a Williams another Manufacturers We understand that discussing Davidson's prospects in batik president. VOTE OF THANKS. of Lime and brick. handsome residence will gtf up on Rockcastle county for his The meeting proved a very harSave 20 per cent, by buying They also furnish Lime, the burnt district. The Kentucky Telephone AssoBuilding to Congress in the Eighth dismonious one Plans were formu-ate- d your drugs and medicines at F, L. exciation by a unanimous vote, Stone, either quarry face or cut. of Kentucky. One says that trict Halloween parties were given for agreement and arrangc-meut- s Wallin's drug store, Crab Orchard. Orders promptly filled. Monday evening by Mrs. B. J. Be- - pressed their thanks to Mr. aud Davidson has no prospects: that he for making connections and He also carries a fine line of pure Mrs, A. H. Bastin for courtesies has not done anything for the peo thurm and Mrs. G: C. Fish. extended durinir the meeting at ple to be returned to Congress; that exchange of business, the building wines and liquors. Mail and teleRev. Isom, Methodist minister Bastin Hotel, Crab Orchard on the he had fooled the people once and of new lines and improving old phone orders promptly filled tf ? from Pittsburg, held services here ones. The Association starts out jAMits Maret, Secy. 2nd. drew $10,000 of the people's monat the Presbyterian church Sunday with flattering prospects for the a Our friends and customers wii l'asit. Mr. Gilbert White and Miss ey, and ho had uot even made successful accomplishment of its MADE BY He also said: find us in brick building, near notch on a stick. Daisy Potter, of Manchester, were undertaking to improve and better C. Mrs. Charley Thompson, of married Tuesday at the residence "I have always been a Republican Christian church, under C. C. Wilthe independent telephone lines of Louisville, formerly Miss Margaret liams' law office. Call and sec us and could not swim at all, but Kentucky. of C. A. Redd, Jr., at Crab Orchard s Spradlin, of this county, is here my when in town. by Elder J. G. Livingston. They would wade in water to X" visiting relatives. M. C. & D. N. Williams, We have two children who are defeat a man whom I deem to lelt on the noon train for Winchesthe Druggists. tf worthy of the support of his subject to attack of croup. WhenHon. G. M. Davison came down ter, where Mr. White holds a Ulc- not He also said if the Re- ever au attack ib comming on my or. Tuesday's traih dtul made erative position with his brother, party." party had nominated John wife gives them Chamberlain's Attention Gentlemen. speeches at several places in the in the wholesale grocery business. public gentlemen W. Yerkes, or some o.thcr good Cough Remedy and is always Mr. White is a Tailor made rothes at "hand me county during the week. have been the attacK. It is a household down" prices suits to order lrom Twenty-eigh- t and his bride is one of Clay coun Republican, things would years xperience in Republicans ueccessity in this county and no Capt. W. H. Spradlin, of Gallaquite different, but as rt $8,50 up pantaloons $2,50 up fit the business. Horse shoeing ty's prettiest aud brightest girls. a tin, Tcnn., was here this week on and of the best element ot the party matter what else we run out of, it aud satisfaction guaranted ask to pecialty. Also gene .' real estate business. Miss Sallie we don't propose' to suffer David- wtijod not do to be withoutChamb-eiiain'- s see samples. He left for James Ilotik. Jr. and A. E. Albright home on Wednesday morning. Remedy. More Cough Adams eloped on Sunday morning's son, Morrow and Bradley boodle to Brodhead Ky, Richmond Street, Mt. Vernon, were married at Jellico. be sent here to destroy the best iu- - of it is sold here than of all other Hon. G. G. Gilbert speaks Here tram and l Ky. They were accompanied by Ed tciestsof the party in an election cough medicines combined. J. M. Saturday, at 1 p. 111. Miller. Mr. and, be kuhed in any such manner. Nickle, of Nickle Bros., merchants No. 1 baled hay for sale at socts. Come out and hear him. Next Cox and Miss Mae Honk is a young merchant of this We who were knifed by your boo-- , Nickleyillc Pa. For sale by M. C. by A. H, Bastin Crab Orchard. Tuesday make your cross under place, and of sterling chaiactcr. die last fall arc sure to cast our & D. N. Williams. the rooster. The bJide is a daughter of James votes for the Hon. G. G. Gilbert, DEALER IN Salt eor Sale. 7 bu $1.60 Dr. Thomas will have all the Adams, a resident of Garrard, and and on 'the 8th day of November. WHISKIES' WINES, &c, &c, 5bu 1.25. A. E. Albright. telephone poles set between Living a grand daughter of M. J. Miller, 1898, the news will be clicked Brodhead, Ky. tf ston and Mt. Vernon by tomor- this place. She is a vhuonic and over the wire that G. G. Gilbert w For Infants and Children. KY. row afternoon and by the last of atti active oung lady and our eltjqtedby our two thousand You will find all kinds of fresh Fine at $2 and - up ,Jiq Kind You Have Always Bought fllllf cou;ritttlHtiuiftaic heieby extendntXt" ll'pnl- - T iifittnrtnn itll So goodbye. George. candy made daily at S. W. Davis' Our Rockcastle friends cau write if to "helln" r,nll rvifitr.il Knntttekv. ed the happy pair.. . A' Rlvl'UllI.ICAN. n basement brick hotel. or Telephone. Signature of '.Mt Vernon Signal. Fine assortment of Shoes. A. J. Fisli wires from Lexington, Robert Cox. that the newspaper reports aOout A. R. Scott is shipping some fine his having gotten into trouble are 0RG NIZATION l. ... reads-airelcctio- U'J''S)- !, e 1 , fl .Iw3f . - S. N. Davis 1 Mt. Venon, y. three-year-ol- d '" w, Rev-y- J Cur-miea- l, ford,-Decembe- r Mon-da- y ' g 1 Attorney atLa w, J. C. McClary UNDERTAKER. -u ' first-clas- I"! . ' Miller House, '.'' k ' . -- MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY WAGON H. Gentry, ee-brow- ARE AS GOOD AS pie-ven- ts BEST black-smithin- g. TOM FERRElT ROWLAND, nm-jwnt- y. 111 " CXa!c & tiiiuiiiiwimmimitmHMniiMiiMniminitiitnni yuuu i i MANUFAOTUIIERS JP& A (! TI me i I s Buckie Printers' Roller i 1 Company OB" I Printers' Rollers and Composition 42J and 423 DEARBORN j f Bring tlio worms of malaria, fevers and other disease, which may prove contagious in their own families. Hood's Barsaparitla fs a special Jboon to soldiers, because it eradicates all dlseaso germs, builds up the debilitated system and brings back licnltli. Every returned soldier and ovory friend and relative of soldiers should tako America's Greatest Medicine. Soldiersthe War From CONGENIAL n OCCUPATION. A NATION OF DYSPEPTICS. 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The doctor gave me medicine for indigestion, Worth Considering. but I continued to become worse. 1 had She Humph! has any member of seeral physicians at intervals who give me ,our family ever What to make join name done some relief, but nothing permanent go iingiug down the corndors of time "1 lend in the newspapers articles regard ell, my Uncle .lohn hail 13 chiling the wnndciful turatiw- - lowers of Dr. illiams' 1'ink Pills for Pale People, und dren, mostl) bns. Cleveland Leader finally concluded to tty the pills. I purHicks "Just saw Hoetev. Tfatl hiTii In chased six boc. This was fie months ago. Increases the circulation in IN THE FLOWERY KINGDOM. The first box gae me much iclief. Icon the doc tor s. Doctor tells him ho is looking the scalp, gives more power h.nl turned taking the pills, and after uing four himself ns.iiti." Wicks "Ih liin-:- i as that? Poorfellow!" Hoston Transcript, to the nerves, supplies miss-In- c All InlereMlliiii Incident In tliciJully boves was cured. " elements to the hair These pills are recognised everj"vhete as lilfc- - of llcr MnJCHlIc HlKli-ic' aspeciiie for diseases of the blood and nerves. bulbs.. Don tNcglcctn Cough. Take Some Hale's the Kinprt-ss- . For paralysis, locomotor ataxia, and other Iloney of Hnrehoiiiid and Tar instnntcr. Used according to direcincurable, thev have Pikes loot li.it he Drops Cure in one minute l diseases long supposed tions, gray hair begins to Her niiijest), 'I'si An, empicss oQClmi.t, proved their eflicacj in thousands of cu cs. show color in a few days. Ven Aye see fuller feclin' sail' all tern Aye sat in hei p.ilacc in the puiple forbiililLii Soon It has all the softness get mat nt he liver an' pity hem. Denver citj, witli liei brow testing on lierj'tlninil) A WAY T0SETTLE IT. and richness of youth and iimcs-Suu- . and her index tinner puslied up through li.'i the color of early life returns. bant., lloiising liois.'ll presently fTinii lurl They Were ItHiils unil Tlu-rWiin n Would you like our book piolound nlwjiption she beckoned tffji pi Pi'so's Cure for Consumption has saved me on the Hair? We will gladly Chnni'c for Trimlili- - Hut pi ivnii plustcicd up ligSfnst the many a doctor's bill. S. P. llanlv. Hop. cllow mIL tapintn. send it to you. kins Place, Haltimore, Mil., Dec. 2,"'0I. Pence l'ri' nllnl. .... .. Illlil, ' Mil' lillll, .....I . I i iv cm, ll i... . Wliurc IB.lllUCIIl- neioi Wfito Kt cs te men det tnlk all torn dct haf no "Now, then, sir, J think ue have a little "Da-vol.- - 'U'lioiiiiuiniis slavejintoti mil- - ' liiisiiiess illi ouch other. Suppose wcettlo teni to poot en at tankin.- - Denver Times-Sun- . If you do not obtain all'tKc -, IIO'I momnmcthjst .lower .of the it ' iiht bote. you moan. Say, look benefits you expected from n li ii, he !i'ponded,"lyjng a ii know rtliat heie. A lifitl umnin ,.,.,1. A...I Ck the Vigor, write the doctor on h in', ii etoie her, "but joiiPvl ac nf. lln.r an- - com ting the tsuue girl, and nit ami wnt. I til about it. He may be able to n.itmalls we don't like each other. That'rt Jacobs Oil cured it. .h. U l suggest something of value the trouble, isn't it?" No nst ..iirnle of our vellowesE bli, s A waitie-- should nlwuvs wenra to you. Address, Dr. J. C. ' ''I hat it, and we dnnt need to waste costume Clucjgo Daily 'News. fetchiti" ot the Yankee '1m Kiang, I io not" Ayer --o., lowcii, mass. m.iur woidii oer it, either." wheie the emperor is." , ? "Vc won't. J would like to occupy our "'And this to me?" she ciied. ' I.YnVj, Mtlrt fn-IWl.,.1 C U..I.. n:l fa??. "Most beauteous descendant of nil, t ic time just about two minutes, however, und cures Neuralgia. Soothes it down. gods, nr vilo slave speaks but theniiii, if wr ( i l't nettle thus thing w ithout lighting I'm your man, fiom a C'tilmn machete to ,i though lie lies heie on his veiy stomiuli. Philippine iKirnng or unv other weapon belie wottetli not wlieic tlio empoior dog, i.mine, wivtohv.cuin ofitiie longing either to normal or to expanded "H.i You Suppose Anient 1 ellow i nci, did I not tell you what to do ' couldn't n many tliegirl.you kill me.escaped liven if on "Tiiih, most divine of nil the genth hanging it wouldn't do jou anyj good. She purpie i -- onies of Peking, nnd jour slave did would nt'cr look at nn ucuin. Suppose I it to the omen's taste, so to speak." Hut kill ou I couldn't mail liei, citliei " Mia, then he is dead." of jou "As a mackerel, all, jellow anemone m that winildii't uet much satisfaction out do a position to ou wouldn't be in the cnst.il sea." any riowug Suppose we kill each other. " hv best thou, knowing that-vlix i It tin-- pill tare for either of us it would dead?" So what'H the good of "Mow thcdicicrns, most manelousof man break her heart. daiinlmalrous, (o I know where he is? I'm fighting'' Why not arbitrate the ease," Tor Infants and Children S "Aibitrate it?" no foitunc teller " . In anyway. One of us "Yes. It's a toss-up- , "Oho, nlni." smiled her majesty, ngniriirr stands as good a show ns the other, and it lansing to tlimiKlit, "bring on another Use "U wouldn't muss thinp up as n fight with aslungton Stnr. deadly weapons would., .We can state our case nnd leave the decision" to the - I'lillllipltira'f.' I ev, ...fllinll WiFor Pulilie opinion is divided as to the uisrtomi f "Hut, great Scott! Whom could we get to of keeping the Philippine. Wiso statcpinenjl do the aibitnting?" Thirty Years nro fniinil nn both sides of the (IllCStiotl.S "Suppose we leave it to the gill herself?" w flf I'nlilic mrinmn. howevei. is nil one wav in "All tieht. I hadn't thought of that." regani to the wisdom of everybody keeping Chicago Tribune. The Kind You Have Alway Bought .. t. ..1.1. .1- ll..,lnl,nKj 1 in ll.l. .......An lllCU lieailll. linn liuiiuik: ueicuvi r THE CKNTAUf! COMPSNV, ,7 HUHmt TSCT,W "DRK CITY. lnedit Stouiaeh Hitiei tii vidcly used. This Not SnnctlfU-iI- . cine is both preventive and cureforinalari.il . Clcigjriiau You want to lie separated lorpiu nvcr aim levers, stomacu (iisornci-sfrom your impue blood. It is agreeable to weak stom- marriages husband? Don't you know that are made in Heaven? achs and soothing to the nerves. ' I know that, sir; but ours was not. , She J got my husband through nn ad veitisement CoilfllHClI. "You went rishiiiK with Miss Kecdickjes-terdii- , in the papers. Illustrated American. didn't jou." To Cnre n fold In One liny r - H - W- - 'H - H - t "Yes." Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets.. All "Cntcli anything?" "Well, we came back engaged, but I didn't druggists refund money if it fails to cm c. 'Wknow whether I caught her or she caught elt is harder work to neglect work vou me American. should perform than it is to do it. Atchison Globe. In Co ii flil en or. First Doctor Yes, I've been his family Told on so. In one night cured. St.. Japhysician foi jcar. richly illustrated and bcautifuL periodical',, Second Doctor And he appreciates all cobs Oil matters Lumbago. you lmo done for him? Airs. St.vlcs "Have you heard of any fall ".More than that. He appreciates all lie field of' popular reading- covering the thinks I've done for him." Urooklyn Life. openings yet?" .Mr. Shies "Well, ves; there's esuvius." Yonkers Statesman. For every mistake of your own that you ATTRACTIVE T,1 covcrs o tho LEDGER MONTHLY' are Lawsakes. It cured my aches. St. Jacobs notice, you make a dozen th.it vounrenecr elegantly printed or lithographed in colors,, making Oil makes no mUtakcs. of. Atchison Globe. awaie them worthy of, prcserviition ns works of art, nnd COVERS It's Hi the mornuiK well. St. Jacobs-Oi- l each cover is nlont: worth, the price of tho magazine. cures doesn t always, hard to please a ni.ni who know what he Chicago , soreness and stillness. Daily News. THE ORANGE GIRL, by Sir Walter Besant, SERIAL and We hae a gicat deal to be thankful for, J? Is now rtinniug. Tho short stories in ouch if we could only spare tlio time. Town (b number will Ik) by tho most entertaining and REGAINED HEALTH. Topics. SHORT STORIES He-WIK-ii-h lm still able to woik, iindislmll do my share. Never shall it be said that ntuof anyone's bread nnd ended my dns in slothfulncss." "Well," answered one of the ncfditws, 'can you think of arty light work about the place you could do? .Something congun.il. ou know, that won't seem too straw--' and hard for you?" "Yes," replied the uncle, after a "I have it. I shall water the Htock! iuw, ff, Enquirer. 1 Tjie old stock broker limped we.inlj down the familiar country toad oil which m boyhood days lie had often driven the to' Iiomew.ml to their bain at milking time, a?41evVr 4nJ anon t,ome inmiliar feature of the lundt-cupcaught his eye. emu ago jus fiitlici- had died and Ictt the farm to his bi other und himself. Soon tiring ot the dull toil of n larmer's life, he lesolved to go to 1 the city and seek his toitune. litre his honest hue seemed liima posi-- ' tion with & Wall street firm, the members of the lirra uosummg that urftlioncsl, countenance wus such'u l.uitj in their line of business that it might .uiract" attention and ndil in MunV Snnn blanching out for himself, )ic7fii time one of the largest opcrulois on the "tti. jjiii, uuugMi, in n crash, ne w in penniless, and was now forced to seek home with his brother's tons, who had nroipeicd with the f.um. As lie reached the familiar gate tin oung husbandmen saw him, and with a jili they lushed to meet their uncle. "Come right in! You shall not w mt for anything!" cried Jabe. '"The rcom ou occupied when it uo is icady for jouf" shouted llijnli. "Not n lick of work shall j undo!" milled in another of his nephews. "Hush, bos!" said the old stock In okcr, - Wo offer One Hundred DolUt Iteward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. 1 J. Cheney & Co., Piojw., Toledo O. We, the undeisigncd, have known F. .f. Cheney for the last 15ycais,andbelievohini perfectly honorable in all business traiiMie-tionnnd financially nble to carry out any obligations made by their firm. Wcvt & Trims, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O. W,lding, Kinnnn &, Marvin, Wholesale Diirggists, Toledo, O. Han's Catarrh Cure i.i taken internally, acting directly upon the blood nun mucous surfaces of the nyMcni. Price 70c. per bottle !old by nil Druggists. Testimonials free. Hall' Family Pills me the best. s IIot' TbUr 32?22Z3aK9Kii ,.lrii e . As outig HankiiiMm looked flirtitvly ut the gul in tho pale blue dress talking in nn animated manner to young Spoonnmnrc in the cozy corner beyond the piano he bit his hp. lint it was an incident. He was trjing to bite hi mustache, ami it wasn t long enough. Chicago Tribune. Why He Ufa It. c The .Month 1.1. The publishers of the Xew York Ledger announce the discontinuance of that publication us u weekly nnd ante in futuio us a monthly. r. The Ledger was founded by Ilobcrt The woild knows the history of that venture. Ho took into his' work new ideas nnd n determination to succeed. He mailu the Ledger the foremost weekly in the Hon-ne- How i3 this? Perhaps sleepless nights caused it, or grief, or sickness, or perhaps it was care. No matter what the cause, you cannot wish to look old at thirty. Gray hair Is starved hair. Tho hair bulbs have been deprived of proper food or proper nerve force. i e i -- h us I -- i H I I I , is' , --a- h tJ$Jr Ir? " sr ye&&:cvc?r:&a Fifty Cents a Year I The Ledger Monthly Is a whole f (1, j He struck il St. Jacobs Oil struck ids Rheumatism. It was stricken out. i distinguished vrritcra of the day. FASHION Up-to-dn- Gratifying, Letters to Mrs. Pink-ha-m From Happy Womon. THE MARKETS. The man who wants as popular as sunshine and almost as universal It satisfies that dry taste m the mouth better than anything else, and you can buy a larger piece of Battle Ax for J0c than of any other kind of high grade quality Is CINCIN.V.I'II, Nov, :.fc STOCK Cattle. eoiniiKi 'J do (A :i Select lmtehei s :i ii) & s II CAt.VHS -- Rill- to irood llifht 5 i. r T.ri , UOOS Common ft in 0, ft i ' :i .vj lm :i iii JIUeil tuckirs :i u Gi .1 ,Vi I.lifht snippers SHKKP-Cho- lce :i .. :i ?.i Livr. ,t "I Owo Ton Sly Idle." f Mrs, E. Wooi.msnn, fashiontt are a strong- - feature of tho LEDGER MONTHLY. This department, with the best it DEPARTMENT illustrations from originnl drawings-bdesigners of fashions, is n, true guide for every if3 woman. SftUlAL unfAKlMhNlS are uovorca to Embroidery, Dccor&tivs Art, Home Employments for Women, etc. (T SJ M- can get it anywhere It OKAIN- I'l.Dtllt Winter r.unllv - Whea- tSu ted !1 l.A.MU- S- tt ISl & r 2 Hi. 3) ia iu .Vi & - Tft lieu ep fit, Oats -- No. --' Ke-No- L'om-- No S mixed m (,t & Qf It.Y .S r.iini - flioleodalri Pilmi) to eliolco crcaincrv.. - Cli"1cu toftuiey APl'M'..POIATOKS Pcrubl IJU'ITKKUKA1N t OHN OATfj I PUOVlSlONb-Jiu- ss Prlmu loiliolee pi rl!.... ... . ;i 1 I) ' i w , ViWt ft r. n :ii M s ci 21 f! m. :i 10 i i S3 rr.OCi:- - Winter. WI,eai--No- CH10.U1O. i Na :i LAHU OltK Chicago No 2 No. i red pt l.u ntesii.. ..;... If-- .), US IU -- Mills, Neb., writes: : I owo rny lifo to your Vegetable Compound. Tho doctors said I hud consumption and nothing could bo douc for me. My menstruation had stopped and they said my blood was turning to water. I had several doctors. They all said I could not live. Ibcgantheusoof Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and it helped mo right away; menses returned and I havo gained in weight. I havo bettor health than I have had for years. It is wonderful what your Compound has done for me." "Deab JIns. Pixkiiam Tho LEDGER MONTHLY is replete with PICTORIAL pictorial illustrations appertaining not only to tho reading matter, but with illustrations ILLUSTRATIONS f of special beauty and interest, appealing to tho nrtistic tnsto anil tho desire for tho beautiful, such as "The Prayer" s by Jean Paul Selingcr, recently purchased for $800. Tho LEDGER MONTHLY is tho Great THE GREAT FamilyMagazine. For sale by all nows- MAGAZINE dealers, price 5 cents ; yearly subserip- - tf FAAULY tlons 50 cents. Samplo copies bent to niiy J. 11 nddrcss on receipt of 5 cents. T) This Magazine is Too Expensive to Send Sample Copies FREE. J-- A Sample Copy can be Seen at the Office of this Paper. ,oss Slejin No, 7 HI '&.1 hi 4 U) 4 WJj . Address NT.W YOItK. Wlntt-- "I Feel WUo a Now Verjon." m (& c? emember the name u Wk. W'HKAT COKN-No-i'mlxed patent red S q S& i hi woen you buy again. BEFORE THE DAY OF Jt'K ?, rl1 itti, (O bb &mmQ LMiiiwi4i!mii.MitciwifimiriMiMimmmtiiwimiir9miwiwiiwiwiriwiitiMmiMttmiiNim.iiiiwiiiwii JllATV ontliern Corn CATTLR--Flrs- LAKU- - Wcslcrn IJAL,TIMOi:r.. FLOUIt -- IMmlly u.v'lt POUK-Now- Mixed mus 0 K 6 k, s0 o 5 CO -- Outs No. Ke 2 whlio No 2 Mestern t Mixed Vlivut Q AiTt 7!t U ,., I I ir? on OH) U'V -- Ml THEY USED TO SAY "WOMAN'S WQftK SS NEVER DONE." POLIO a 3 9 a HOGS Western INDIANAPOLIS. GRAIN-Whcat-- quality 2 61.4 No. Oats FI.OPR UKAIN-Wheut-I'orn-MlxidNo. Corn N j. 2 mixed No. 2 mixed ku a fa ;ui4 no 01 2B a LOUISVILLE. Winter patent 2 ..,. red..., C 75 fill 4 Oats -- Mixed POItK-JlBLAKU-Sica- ss. oi i......'. r. ft. City Mrs., Geo. Lkacii, 1000 Hello St., Alton, 111., writes: " Before I began to tako VegePKOMPTI.T BELIEVklt table Compound 1 wu3 a great sufferer MMMHMIIIMWMMH ""Il C3BI S"aimCi2 i'i:itMANE.Tr,xoxinr.iii from womb trouble. Menses would apIi oar neat, clean remedy. Trial pig , enough to euro ! Homt.vnuos, uy maii.'&c. instampa. uouuiepicff.iaas pear two and three times in a month, applicant f ndlnn that amount and mentioning causing mo to bo so weak I could not lhl paper. IU il Wfj. l. Dnan Bldr,, BU. I, CaUro( 1IU Informntlon of a profltablo ' X I tmTO valuable stand. I could neither sleep nor cat, and a deal now under wny. Wrlto for iiartlculars. It!. I. J.. I'.O.TJ0xs:iO7, Now York. looked so badly my friends hardly I me. know I took doctor's medicine but did not WW. F. KillCIISON, Ot All Kinds. inncnctlHin oxplninctl; Cinolonati, O. HYPNOTISM tLtt power wltliluiitfinin hot to IS4 Uuverument I'litoe, ut for nr derive much benefit from it. My druginniorixn. Kend n.VMOI,ONKY,mAhlanUWd.,Chicaeo,IU. gist gavo mo ono of your llttlo books, nDrtDCiVNBWDISC0VERYSBl6a quick rcllcfand and after reading it I decided to try wont I teitlmonUla and curesday' IU raaci. Bonn for book of U. H. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ComClKlki'S hUiS.iUMutu. treulmentl'rec. Dr. pound, I feel like a now person. I 11 HSf f&ILS. I.IIRFS HHrHtA. N. K.- -E 1733 I Boat Cough tfyrun. Tastes Good. Usol would not givo your Compound for all id time. Hold nrnrujraisw. WIIE.V 1TBITIKO TO ADVKKTI9EKB tho doctors' medicine in tho world. I pleats atato that jotmw tlw ' can not pralso it enough." I , raeot la tbU ppcr. ROBERT BONNER'S SONS, Publishers, New York 100 William Street Ledger Building I 3 J VXzPtsJsDttJxzPcP? IStockwulafor CO to-r- PRINT MUSIG ! lIXJTVi A4tlt hv i.