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COL. i President McKlnley I'enalty'nt Sinn JSIng Ho Was Adrian Ttraun Fays tut. THE .LINCODl-eOlIiNT- ;M&' Y - 4ii y,l t --r- .J. r i w- A. r-- s nouneetMtrjiil In Ono Minute, Sj,nq SING,, Y., May 50. Adrian Braun,H.Uro"wfc', murderer, was electro- pecteil Civil Servico TAPP'S VICTIM DEAD. BROWNING, COMMANDER. llio III! Slnjcr Is Hidden Awny From Mob Dr. F. J. Tnylor Was Klccted Vlco Com- Law Ilelenietl on 80,000 Hal' mnndcr Lancaster Will l.'o tho Warrnnt Lined. Next Meeting 1'Ihco. Chango Is Necessary to Conditions That Aro Av l'ubllo Service Abo Thousand 1'laces At Wiluamstow.v, Ky., Moy 30. Jim Tapp narrowly escaped being' lynched Sunday night. The sheriff received information that a mob was gathering nnd spirited him away to the home of a relative, five miles from town, and when spies of the mob came to see if the way was clear they discovered that he was gone and were unable to find where. When they returned with this information, the mob quietly dispersed. At the preliminary examination Monday morning Tapp waived his examining was trial and on SS.OOO bond to appear before tho grand jury next week, but when Klmer Franks died one hour later he was rearrested and held without bond to answer to the chargo of .murder. He is in the hands of the authorities, but his whereabouts aro kept secret, as a mob is still feared. A warrant was issued Monday evening for Sam Tapp, charging him with murder and carrying concealed weapons. PRAYERS ON A RACE TRACK. cd Tho Christian Workers of I.cxlncton Hold feubbatli. School In the (Jrand Stand of 'the Old Kentucky Association 'track. Glasgow, Ky., May 20. Wednesday was tho last day of tho G. A. 11. encampment. The grand porode occurred Wednesday. Col. Joseph II. Browning, of Louisville, was elected department commander on the first ballot. Dr. F. J. There were six candidates. Taylor, of this place, was elected vlco commander, and Lancaster was chosen over Covington for tho place of meeting. The veterans declared that the reception by Glasgow citizens and ex confederates was w arm and hospitable. They adopted rcsoultlons thanking the citl7cns for tho royal welcomo given them. Troops Ordered to Drill. Lexixgtox, Ky., Mny 30. Tho 1st battalion, 1st Kentucky regiment, stato guards, comprising tho three Lexington companies and tho Winchester company, received orders by Col. Bogcr Williams to report to their armories Monday night In full equipment and make ready for rille practice Tuesday and Wednesday. They lsivo also been ordered to drill every night this week. Preparations aro ulso being made to rccclvo a supply of ammunition (ball cartridges) and camp equipment, whjch is to bo sh'ppcd from tho state's ar- Washington, May so.' Monda'inowting issued layed order a'mendlng th rules.-.JTh- o following1 si given out with tho order; "At tho tlmo of tho iss civil service order of 18! into the classified servic tho whole of ' tho cxeev heretofore not classified widespread belief that thj gone too far and covered deal with under tho civil i Tho experience of the last has shown this feeling to? well founded. cuted 'Monday morning, t The current, which recorded l,80d''volt6, was turned IMie bn at OiLlSfaf tn.ahd Braun was pro- nounrdad In ono minute. In tllft Vuiann nffia nrAntftft deafcCtHumbcr. Atcr ho had been lent scatjcii THjilio chair and tho'attendants were advMUng the iaco rnasit, no raTscd hljrright hand, apparently as a frh-s-l eijrnai.io stop ine proceumugB. pV ' Thcf garden's assistants paused, vjhlle Uraun, his Vholo frame riulvcr-lng,,sldsaid: "Jesuit; for, yon t lived. WusV far you I die. n " ;ias5 Jloix arc ra'nc an" v iy l&kiiuBkh , SuGGGSSors - umt'M - OFS TAri ORD, KV. " j Capital; $io6;6oo: to Farmers Bank janiL Trust) V v t STANFUKU, IY., anq-?pwtsan- .... . - that it would bo found ln,j --i . Ti . w m no, salt! tlio iast.T hitadtdrfeprJed'-fOrjvaron t.'--i .1 .!..- -- CI .:" - a Ilia worn uraun-his breast rrt. , ,, , s And continuously under'sarne man'agQment "for 29 .yeafs. &ma Solfcits'your Bank account hoping suchbussifter 7r:7, v tions will prove materially prohtable t. "The order to enforce ice rules in connection these places has rcsultc tion and embarrassing delays, harmful to tho scrl dcr, as far as possible and removo theso causcsof-fr- i lay and to promote cfficlc monious administrate amendments to tho civil havo been thought nccc "A few of the amend refcrenco to tho extensio slficatlon made in 1800 an aro necessary to meet llifr tions that arc constantly a; public service. Some pla ly enumerated in Rule1 taken from tho compcttt tlon and placed in the cM from examination. Other riousbranches of tho sCr removed from tho ppe rules, but not from the "Theso places aro rule 3. Among them slon examining surgg n1M-w- l n til A TnfllniiLSil ,., ... . t,.vj ncctcd with thoAf . I. la j ik LA . ,4 Lkxi.notojt, Ky., May 20. J. S. Weathers, of tho First Presbyterian church, this city, is conducting a mission Sunday-schoo- l tinder the grand stand of the old Kentucky association race track. This is no doubt tho first Sunday-schoo- l ever held in such n place. It was begun tho first Sunday in May and tho attendance has been growing until now thcro are 110 names on tho c rolls. ;rr I Superintendent FarrU gave Mr. ?iwjfc Wt5attatrs. permission, to use tho bulld-' WfefillpWtd c Is present every Sunday ji. V MBBBBBBBBSSHveBBBBBBBr,rl ' r--r "pu . a. senal at Frankfort. Toy ristol n W riimn Lexington, Ky., May 28. In polico court Friday morni g Judge John J. niley j tiled that a toy pistol, which was found In the pocket of Clarcnco Hossey, a colored boy, was a concealed weapon and sentenced tho lad to SO days in jail and S0 fine. The pistol was one of the kind in which blank cartridges aro fired and in which a ball cartridge could also bo fired. Tho judgo said that he desired .to break up tho practlco s1 using lnstructc HB 3 ho adjust- llio etcctrouesana in a icw J. J. Williams. jtne muracrer was ueau. . ".was a ldrge,'3fauscular mpri 5. H. Shanks. ? Jtfpan Uddcrsizcd, frall.crea-Sothc- r of ffvc children. Braun A. --W. Carpenter. the neighborhood as a SvlfebeitiJtAftcr vcacs Ctf Abuso frleAWIils wife ititcrfered and aqd lie was sent to prlsoijjftor tp'Ocars, August 31, 1807. Ars,jJFWjcarncd a living- for her r children flfarVashlng. Mayti,tBSi,ho went to Slug Sing to IsiTmiiti&d,, taking-- with her a BaskfitT&L dencaCies. Braun was at kpcffllngtotatocs when his wlfo Mtnjpr;bn.r He slipped tio' a wwiv- MWVLiiV As thov ZXTTSSi ' . "A. ., . BDcms'-- - U'Jthcn complctdd IDIREOTQHS. w 5 J. E .Lynn. William Gooch. J. B. Owsley. , - J. S.-- tt "S!' Owsley-E- r. . - a r K . ' "'J.. Cashj. T& f-tp- . W. HI CuBTii ! wasfinPt 'S. H. Shanks, President. J. B. Owsley, Caslaicr.M. ' " - Bright, Asstfi Cashier. J . ' JP k. . ' T -- : -- ti, mLr"rvmmamJ vral tinfl; iimweuRjXZ' .htfaecdj.But" -- "em!ira;nr) tritnl nit "KiSlSLjrSrV .xr tx'KimrM'h An- ,,' fistlfainMLMr TTTTsririswti r iU and as ' immMEta dKar 7; ft,rt "V '?"- - IMi? mBfiLkm JitA? ir i JsF.. wCZ2tfUB0sL rmr is jus i .ikn i th d m ii fm a, zaHL-t- r szri?-1 . v'-v-rj- .' tr-.-'- .VTKir - b .r-i- ri bibsiiiiiiiiiiiibiisb. :fM'r ULLmtKtm iu -- . "" i.'JBsRBkaaBaL. ..?-- . .m JH vbh rs tf"-'CTPrpB- !' .L' ';- -H lVWHIIHHHPH9BnR and Easy TeW liJBiKmBSKS3BSBB rrrftfriiiVi Tjmjrtchnaster's mxm lgrf c, mXftiE3Bmz on Mny.lSr Trie members, it is said, were 'using a spanking board with blank cartridges attached. Tho board was turned the wrong way and a cartridge exploded, tho shell entering" Focht's thigh. Blood poisoning and octgeol llcpbunr r-(- && , . dcparffneut-af-larg- Orders bu TcleoraDh or Telephone Promptlu rtttentfecfto Dau or-Nl- j Hers. it children como rff3 w PW : settlement back of tho raeb and tho most of them live on dnridgo street. Many of them Fncvcr went to Sunday school beforo and not u few of them were novcr inside of a church. a Dying Condition MiDDi.Ksnono, ICy., May 27. Mrs. D. M. Sampson, wife, of a shoemaker, has just been discovered In a dying condition in her house where, on Saturdaj' last, her husband knocked her down with his hammer, stamped her violently, aud further tortured her by jabbing awls into her face. Ho then lied, leaving tho helpless woman to bo without food or attcution unjil she was found Friday. Homeopathic Society. Lkxinoton, Ky., May 27. Tho fourteenth annual session of the Kentucky Stato Homeopathic Medical s'cicty adjourned Thursday to meet in Paris nc.t May. Tho following officers were elected for tho ensuing year: Dr. U. P. Kastlcman, of Midway, president; Dr. J. T. Vansant, of Paris, vice president; Dr. J., W. Klrschbaum, of Danville, treasurer, and Dr. Fred 13. Peck, of Augusta, secretary. Discovered In Fined the Town. I'onr Trospects for At lieat. Danvuxe, Ky., May 30. Boyle county farmers arc very blue over tho On the ton of the wheat prospect. killing weather comes llio Hessian fly, and good judges say thcro will not be over 00 per ccnt of an averago crop. Fields in somo lnstunccs which in former years have yielded from twenty-fiv- e to thirty-fivbushels will thlsycar bo cut to ten or fifteen, and somo will o the 'Subsistence dcpartment-it-larg- e department-at-larg- o and war the and tho war department. With refcrenco to theso places in the outsido war department scirvice, lockjaw resulted. .Drug-gist- s and Pharmacists. D. N. WILLIAMS. kAssf Mt. Vernon, Ky. UNITED STATES CRUISER DETROIT. r - M. 6. & not bo worth harvesting. I II Paintsville, Ky., May SO. .Tudgo A. o J. Auxier has fined the town of Paints-villS51 for falling to maintain a An appeal will bo taken, bridge. wherein is involved tho jurisdiction as to tho bridge. Howard-linke- Trouble Iireaks Oat Again Ky., May 20. Tho BAnnouiisviLLE, r fucd has celebrated Howard-Uake- r broken out afresh. Thomas Ilaker, considered tho leader of tho linker faction, was shpt and killed from ambush. He was out on bond, pending his trial for murder. It Is reported that his friends will again tako up arms against their old enemies and a bloody warfare, may bo expected. Commencement nt Oettnemnnl. Gkthbemani, Ky., May 20. The commencement exercises of Octhscmanl collcgo" will tako placo on Wednesday, Juno 14, commencing at 11 o'clock a. A cholco literary and musical m. programme will bo presented. Tho abbott of the Abbey of Gothscmani ' will preside. I U Jinn for State Senator Owinosviixe, Ky., May 20. Tho district convention assembled hero Wednesday, and after Indorsing tho Chicago platform of 1800 and pledging their support to W. J. Bryan for president In 1000, nominated L. B. Mann, of Rowan county, pn first ballot for state senator, Increased I'ostal Force. Wo oarry Drugs, Chemlcnla, Paints, Oils, Louisvili.k, Ky., May 27. Xows has VarnlsboB, Patent Modiolnoo, Fancy Soaps, been teeclvcd from Washington that Cigars, Tobaccos, &c 20 clerks in the post office havo been granted, Increases in salary of 8100 or Prescriptions carefully oompoundod nt all more, and that a finance elerk ojid hours. auditorof stationsatSl,T00 per annum, havo been allowed, together with three Oivo us a oall for goods usually kept In a new substation"' and more carriers. flrst-olas- s drugstore This Increases tho patronage hero considerably. Smallpox Postpone Court Session. Lexington, Ky., May 28. Tho Lexington board of health recommends that there bo no circuit court held here in June, owing to smallpox at the county jail. The prisoners now in jail Stationed lit Dlucllclits, Mcnrnftno, tu I'rutevt the Inlerentn or American Alcrchniita. will bo quarantined on tho pesthouse farm for 80 days and tho jail will bo it is provided that they shall bo sub- AT HER DAUGHTER'S HOME. fumigated each week. ject to regulations to bo prescribed Jell Doavh Stairs. by Commuted Mllcldo by Cut- and approved I.exinoton, Ky., May 30. Ed Craw- by tho secretary of war placing, those Widow tlarko1hro.it With a Ilnzor Her the president, thus tliitr ley, aged 28, married, boiler maker In Her Head Almost scicrod. branches of tho servico on substantialtho C. & O. shops, fell down stairs at ly tho samo basis as tho navy yard C. & O. depot, fracturing his skull. the At. Tnnn , TvTnv !lfl. ..w .. .. f .. i i i vnnn k aw.... service. VIIA1IA.1UUU1 .....j His recovery is doubtful. Tcnn., Mrs. barali "All of tho amendments havo for Rhea Springs, their object a moro uniform, efficient Clarke, a widow, committed suicide by j, w. Havdnn. W. P. Walton. J. H. Oolllor. M. D. Elmore, J. S. Hooker, Child's llody l'ound. OwENsnoito, Ky., May 20. Somo boys nnd satisfactory administration of tho cutting her throat with a sharp razor. F. Raid, T. P. Hill, S. H BauRhman, W. A. Trlbblo, S. T. Harris at Pcllville, seeing a post planted In an system of appointment!! established by She almost severed her lie.ul from her and M. J. Miller. unusual place, concluded to investi- tho civil service law. shoulders. Tho awful deed was com' Ilulo 0, as amended, exempts from mitted at tho home of her daughter, in Wo solicit the accounts of tho citizens of Rockcast o and adjoin! g counties, gate, and pulling it up, found the dead assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business, a intrusted to Execubody of a child burled in tho postholc. examination tho following: front of a mirror and In tho presenco .lew to us. l'cisonal implication and correspondence, with Tho child had evidently come to his tive office and executive departments of two hmall children. Mrs. Clarko business relations, respectfully invited. not exceeding two private sccretar- - had been demented for s mo time. death from natural causes, but susMcRoberts, Cnshier, picion Is rlfo as to why it was disposed jes or confidcntal clerks to tho presi Sorrto months ago a traveling evanS. Ilockcr, Pros., dent, aud tho head of each of the eight gelist preached In her neighborhood of. jMcKInnoy, Ass't Cashier. A. A. executive departments; ono prlvato and sho bqcamo so thoroughly worked Must Itepay Tolls, scetretary or confjdcntal clerk to each up that sho lost her reason. Sho reFiunkfort, Ky., May 20. The court execu- cently poisoned several members of of appeals decided Wednesday that the of tho assistant heads of eight tive departments, and heads of her family, that they might join her S103,-00- 0 Louisville Bridgo Co. must repiy collected as tolls from tho Louis-vil- o bureaus; all pH sons appointed by tho lato lamented husband in heaven. by the and Nashville Itallroad Co. in ex- president without confirmation Their T.lmbs Ground Off. cpntract between tho senate; attorneys, assistant attorneys cess of what the STKUHENVH.I.K, O., May SO. Willie and special assistant attorneys. two contemplated. exempt in tho treas- Joseph and Louis Kcnouto aud John "Among those Fatally Miot Ills Friend. ury department arc; Officer in chargo Lawrence, Slavish laborers, employed EverylliiiiK lu Louisvim.i:, Ky., May 30. Marlon of the bureau of statistics, all ship- at tho Mingo steel works, weroatwork Carficld, a young man of Worthington, ping commissioners, ono chief deputy on a trestle 25 foot high, an engine was accidentally shot and killed by or assistant collectors at each port, backed a llalny cokocar on to tho tres-tl- o to be unloaded and ran over tho Thomas Hipp, a music teacher and his ono deputy naval officer and deputy best friend. They were out hunting. surveyor of customs at each port where three, grinding off their limbs. They New l'ost Olllco In Kentucky. authorized by law. All deputy collect- fell to tho ground and were brought to Kings' Daughters' hospital and several Washing-uiN- i post ofilco ors of Internal revenue, storekeepers May 20. aggregate compe- physicians aro in attendance. They has been established at Nisi, Fleming and gaugerc whoso county, Ky., with Qeorgo Cooper M nsation shall not exceed S500p"er annum. aro hutt internally, and their recovery BFST QQODS AT UVINQ PRICES, is doubtful, Abrfut 4,009 Peaces are affected, postmaster, 1 ' - 'A FIRS T NATIONAL BANK ; OF STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock, $100,000. Surplus, $17,320. DIRECTORS: -- J. Jo- ' GO TO JONAS McKEPJZIE MT. VERNON, KY., For --- A Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, General Merchandise. ? v w. ' J& ifittnxiifKffSxH, ?9wSk t fl ,..','. Jj-L','jie ML Vernon Friday, June EC Signal SHHOtSckTSropI (if LIVQSXQN, Mr Wright, of Parksvilh, is here visiting his brother, A. A Wright. 2 1899 Publishcdycvery Friday by AMES MARET. he Winchester Democrat says freight. for $1.00 dealers are now offering SUBSCRIPTION ONR YKAK Mrs 15 Fishback ancf children lambs to be delivered fro'n tst to rr-are visiting her parents at Stelby-villAdvcrlhing rale; wade known on 10th of June. ' '1 Woodtoid county iill work out Mr. and Mrs Jack Mehin have the taxes due from delinquent', on to Lebanon moved function the public roads of the county where he will .take charge of a 5c both AGij'NrES a biand tiew sexes, to, intioduce Novelty for business men and homes Exclusive territory, position permanent, Must be seen to be unSee the nice bed room suits ntSioand 20. Beds from Si. 6 to derstood. Send 25c. for sample $8.50. Mattresses all kinds excelsior, cotton top and woven wire, Money refund-- ' at and instructions. $1.35 and up. Good chairs $2.75 a set, Rockers in willow, cane, ed without discussion if fajlsto and oak at prices to suit. Nice hardwood stand tables Si.ooantJisi perfectly satisfy. U. T. C CO.. Louisville, Ky. WAN-TED-Stfs.oo Furniture! , e. jElegaiit Parlor Bed Lounges! &&" application A good hen will lay in 1 MP her years)from 600 l s M r V hjrV. RSSjr ? & ,. i?r.FiT s 77 :t f W l .& k :M - Respectfully yours, eggs, &c, &c, James Tucker was down from the name of a new paper to be Mavwood last Saturday and SunSPLIT HICKORY.SPOKES. bought day, and we would guess that he eJ by Joe Waters and T. M. GoodBud Dunn, of Madi-oW. four night. was a guest of Capt. Stephens' par- MT. VERNON, KY 1 900 lb cattle at $40 per head; iimtirx: lniUT. all white n ......-- n, 2x2 , same age from M. Lear C'grade or better, $12 ier m, A call on Gen Jce Wheeler to six of the Mrs. W. R. Ward was at at $30 and four from Per Hiatt for long, red, $6 for Governor of Alabama is be.run X roads last week to see her 2x230 inches by many newspapers of $160 'perm. i. ing made , mis. jusp;i icuitr ji 'thai State iXxiH.sS inches loug, wh'ite $6 DEALERS IN Considering the dullness of the Bro. Dickson filled his regular, , fJll !!! sexes appointment here Saturday and wool market, all kinds, sorts, '" " " red 54 DoBf ' Tin; looseness with which an I breeds of breeding sheep are Sunday. offices ate, run is shown in. high in price and in brisk demand, tperTn. Coaie to see us. Will sell you honest goods at fair prices. ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. It is whispered that there will the fact that a number of papers says the Sheep Breeder, White C grade 2x3, 36 inch. be another wedding in our towtr sliil come addressed to the es long $22 per M, or,10o'fOld trees" in Cass county soon. Fifty walnut now about iS months Red spokes same dimension's as Mich , were recently sold for $io,- KY. Interior Journal MT. defunct. There was a swell hop given ' at above.'iio per M 000. The largest tiee is seven feet the I River Mansion last Friday SINGLE TREE BILLETS. in diameter at the base, and will night. Sambrooks' band fnrnished Ai'TKR 25 years of newspaper yeald lumber worth from $700 2X3,, 38 finches', long white, the music. work Kditor Walton of the Inteiior , $1$ perm. . Journal had about concluded to reThe Maccabees gave a strawberTo be delivered at any station The Democrat reports only about ry supper at the Stephens Hotel tire but as the time drew near he on K. D of L. & N. or K. C. at Winconcluded it would be too lonesome 100 ;attle on the market last Fiiday evening. The memfor him to be out of the harness chester Monday. Few buyers were bers of the society footed all the division, will cull once every tw and he has rolled up his sleeves and present, but most everything was bills and the people's departing week's. L. L. Jarrbtt, luspectcr. Brodhead, Ky. is at em with relieved vigor. sold. Wiehl sold 40 good steers, thoughts wert: "Long live the &yc&yc&x w A Is the place to buy Drugs, He has reduced the price of his ex- - weighing from 500 to 600 pounds, Maccabees." y celleitt paper to $1. We are 'u'ucu at $4,85 to $5, which was the top Patent Medicines, Jewelry, R. A. Sparks was in Richmond .pleased to know brother Walton' of the market. on business. !! ill 13 111; IJtTL 1IW Stationery, Cigars and To IJtll 111UII 111 Horses, cattle, sheep and hogs last wees is.enuicKy aviii rema in me wotk a man that j If you want to strike finished products of the baccos, Paints and Oils, Call cn for which he is so eminently quali- are the i i farm through which the profit must can and will talk to you on any V OODS, fied to pursue. in when in town. come. We believe no farm will be subject, see John Walton. i " at its best until these auimals are ' t M. C. & D. N. Williams have Car'dtnat Gibbous makes a thrust installed, and we are quite sure that C . C AVIS & CO is he just received a full line of optical SHOES, AND GROCERIES. mucn the successful farmer of 4,4, at tue women who are so agitated over ,the polygamous who has already recognized and goods including all grades of spec5 G1NERAL MERCHANDISE tacles, frames and glasses. Call Ruperts. acted upon that fact. Morm6n Congressman, J and examine the stock. "The reckless facility withjwliich Conrad Hiatt sole at Lancaster thiscoun Court yesterday a bunch ofheifers Sm Swuevtt .. . "v"1 ' " at $ioT2jin(l iarae covinHfefeHk IKPSW4fZ w. uu ? , jU' scarcely .Jess deploraole "'. nnKvBk. Tla !QAS tuan iuor- er stuff at 3c; J. M. Cress solda lot c suonisin. Indeed, it is in some -, I am selling the Singer aewing &1 The Finest, "& tt of yearling steers at $1,6 and "M&'laalaafaaflaaWeylaaMaaaaafeiafaaaaaaaaaal respects more dangerous than the Machine on easy terms and keep all Bnrton some tivoyearold WELSON COUNTYlUflJI divorce lias'the sanction latter, for kinds ofsewing machine needles oil steers at $23.50. A good crowd I . JVIT- - VERNON- of the civil law, which Mormonism bands, shuttles, and everything 1 mmmmikJtxai n fir, was present and considerable trad'When Your Horse Is Shod By ha not. Is not the law of divorce Sold Direct from Distillery. Jug and Bottle Trade Solicited1 iESKr'P that belongs to a sewing machine. ing done. Stanford Journal. a virtual toleration of Mormonism Will send needlesjby mall to any You now have to pay him the 3 year old at $2.00 per Gallon, in a modified form? Mormonism Mr. J. Ed. Cosby, of Red House, I also clean and repair all kinds Cash. He says if you see him 6 year old at $2.50 pe Gallon. consists in simultaneous polyg- who unde numerous experiments of machines. You can" see me here drunk this year yon may know 10 year old at $3.00 per Gallon, amy, while the law of divorce last year, says he has discovered an very Saturday. W. M. Owen; someoiieMias asked him to shoe his B. DA NT, practically leads to successive exterminator for that pestiferous Mt Vernon Ky hoise oii credit. Credit will starve GHTHSEMANE, KY. Somebody will yet weed known to farmers as "iron .polygamy." a man to death. .be mean enough to say that there weed." He savs cut the .veed off To Builders. J. W. Marler is a vast differotico between Jpolyg-atn- y close to the ground with a hoe or and easy divorce, since polyg- scythe and sprinkle common bar & Sons now have their mill on one amy gives a woman a chance at a rel salt on the stump and in a few of the best sites in the county and ift.T. fraction of a man, while divorce days it will turn black, rot clear to are fully prepared to cut bills to FOR gives bet a chance at several differ- the roots, and you will be troubled 3rder on very short notice. LumLIME ent men. r. with a new growth of the stalk no ber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon Manufacturers if desired. Give us your i.rders and more. of Lime and brick. get pronint attention and the best er The combinations obtained above They also furnish Lime, BuiMing are very remarkable but carrying BRODHEAD. cut quarry them still further, with stranger reFor Sai,K. I offer for sale mv Stone, rough ii.. r.H.t face or j .. uuuu sults, we fiud that by adding 1899 lot. House of 7 rooms iVjrucia piuuimy Dr. Benton has been at Mt. Ver- house and r. to the sums thus far obtained, viz., and summer kitchen; two of the non for a few days. 4014 and 5913, the sum is u,S26, best cellars in the country, besides tftX and by adding these figures we have rSStt&tZ3riJS& v MV WteSS8Jai Mrs. Jobe Vottuce is very sick other out buildings. Price cut rn? &ttWBS&&rA X&'MAs&S&Stfr 18. which added produce 9. Furth- at this writing. down that you can't build it lor it T. P. Leciilkitkr. er, if we add the first figure of the .M (yTfr.T ' PltMS'iV ' Mfr ' " V Strawberries are very plentiful above sum to the last two. viz, 118 DEALER IN and selling at 15 cents a gallon. to 26, we have 144, and these figWe have a car load of Homstead-Fettilizerures added give us 9. Bro. Livingston filled his ' The best on market. WHISKIES' WINES, &c, &c We have now tried the results of here Sunday, J. W. Moore addition and of subtraction on these ROWLAN A. A. Albright Died: Mrs. Tohn II. Singleton, mystic figures, and will now hee May arid up $2 Brodhead sfH Fine whiskies at 29. vhat multiplication will do. If we 5 Our Rockcastlefrieuds can write . TheB. B. Band went Tuesday multiply 18 by 99 the product is or Telephone .7782; these figures when added to furnish music for the DecoraFruits of all kinds Call ami sec? ram-i- Ti f '' "'' TTT carefully add the tion exercises at Crab Orchard. give us 18, and hit "J ' in the basemeut opposite Court numerals used in this multiplicaDr. Clark removed a superfluous house. $ Wanted, A good coal miner to tion we will find the addition to be tongue of the growth from 63, and by adding these we have Mis's Eva Tate, daughter of work through the Summer or longJ. W. ALSO, OWHNSBORO WAGC.'. family pieftred. 9. Now we will multiply the first Tate, of this place S. W. Davis has a Kandy Kitch- er. Man with a tthreo figures of the year by the Address J W Marler, en, gtoceries&c,, in basement of Brodhead Roller Mill was sold Brick last, viz , 189 by 9, we find 1701, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Hotel. Call and see him. and by addind these figures we Monday to T. S. Frith for $4900. asrnrgmrgyrHcs "have 9, or if we add the uumeia's ot Hazel ratcn is Mrs. linen in this calculation we find BO YEAflS' visiting Mrs. Mounce at thi.s place. COLl-YI- D Attention Gentlemen. they amount to 36, and these added EXPERIENCE Tailor made cothes at "hand me "again produce 6. We will multiHcrbut Barnes, of Ike Lick, down" prices. Suits to order from flaaaPaaaaaVfSaVfltW-I- U ply the two products obtained a was here Tuesday. u, Tin: Stanford Democrat w.ll m to 700 eggs. In Swiss villages eggs are in circulation in stead of money. two-year-o- ld Dr. Pettus was .visiting home folks at Crab Oachard last week. WANTED -- In all kinds of coverings at $7.50 to 12.50. Come and see them. I also keep a stock of flour, mctl, shipstuffs, &c. Have A 1 Fertiliser at "living" prices. Produce trade solicited. Will pay cash for chickens, of-H-. F. CHAMP, Mer-sho- ns , DAVIS & SON Main and Church VERNON, news,-tape- r General Merchandise GREEN FRONT -- Coin-meicia- l, Sts $1,-00- 0. . $o)oDrug Store upd W. R. McTiure 'DRY NOTIONS, m 11 . to-da- y .4 aj P " r- --. W"i--BVEB- Em-me- 'nr M rT rBfirctfS- .TAYLOR For Family and Vledical You Want Use 4. ' SPRIN wiashWii 1 .sour . -- 'JaaJrlaaTI ad-res- s. J. Distiller, VERNON R. L. MCFERRON AGENT COMPANY PEERING -- MO ERS ? -- I' TOM FERRELL 3&g. &Smm .5S!BgaSJ . D,k4 -- "" BINDERS, X1WNE and Attach iti ei i ts T. VERNON. KY & UNDKRTKKK3,' us-e- viz , 1782 by 1701, and we Mrs. R... Martin accompanied "have 3,031,182; these figures added her husbaud .to Junction City, produce 18 and these odded give Monday "us 9. boe, $8.50 up pantaloons $2,50 up fit and satisfaction guaranted ask to see samples. A. E. AldrihT Brodhead Ky. i jmjra ' OWENS Trade Marks riesiQNS Mrj, Leu Parson and Miss Alma InuumeJable changes could be rung on these mystic figure?, but Newland have beep with our peothat ple for some days Fertilizer. "Homestead, "the the most remarkable part best brand on the uiaiket, for sale the letters comprising the words , Mrs Wm Flyniij of Lily, has by are 8, and eighteen ninety-nin- e J W Moore J been visiting her father, James and A E Albright, these two, when added produce the Roberts, for some days. Brodhead, Ky. 3 inevitable 9, Detroit Free Press, i- RnDVRIBHTS AC. Anyona Bndlng n (ketch and dencrlptlon mT nhitner u qnleklr Mcartaln our opinion free Coramnnlea-tlot-a InTentlon tprohblrptntble. nrlofIr oonndeiUUl. Handbook n ratorw palentn. asut free. Oldott aieny for aocnrluirCo. recolvo l'atents takon throueli Jlunn A tptclat nottet, without cliarso. In tno Caskets, BRODHEAD. KY. Coffins, Robes v: . kept Scientific American. A luindsoinaly llluitraioa of anjr clontlOn louraal. r..'ir! f.mrmontUs.tl. Bold byall tohij. U" IS a Ternii. - MijNfU Co.36,Broadwa'- New York pwdler. in stock. Orders by nnil, telegraph, telephone prompS. filled V? "Vsk jHfr Y ae If You June 2, c Owe the Signal Ydu MusfrCome and Settle We are "in Need;-- ' rrt"Wt' tvsz&asssxea - Mt Vernon Signal Mijuim" Mt. Vernon. Ky loured at the Ml. 1S99 ot Vrn.i, Kj.( mall matter ! LOUItVILlC & NAtHVIllC M. R.Co. L & N. LOCA.lv Day Mail North Day Mail South TIME CARD. won a m 1:57 pm 1:32 Night Ex. North Night Ex. South J. A. am 1:44 am Landrum, Agent. - CHURCHES. Christian atlla.in. Holds services 1st and at 6:30 p. in. & 3r 1 Sunday Presbyterian Sunday Holds services on the 4th Baptist Church Services on 'the Second Saturday night Suuday and Sunday. Bchool at 9 a in every Sunday. Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights. MASONIC. Ashland Lodge No. 10 A ru. tS40 meets 3rd Mon-da- y LOCAL and OTHERWSE. was in town from lum- J. K. McClary Tuesday. O. P. Newland was here Cedar creek, Monday. Mr. Shafer, the New York berman, was hcic this week. of Livingston, the mill man, was here Saturday. D. S. McKinney was up from J. C. Hcnrj , -- AJ,,rv was secured in the John rL.v j,, m. Scroggs i$ Tor. tlie-.fMcndows case Wednesday morn may 4 tf Dvis. prcent at Kansas City, JSIo. lltul U'1S nmnrnco t.tltn.i it n ,,..,( Mrs. Bogue Phillips was here' Spain has had thirty-6n- c years; of to press, from Wildie, shopping, Tuesday war I'uriuE the present' century. ' , ' last. , . J'' 'ri,e rand Jurv returned 38 indict- ' "ne .IWe-and adjourned Iwt Saturday. Mr,'1 Mrs. T. F. Griffin spent a few "e "Menses were three murders ' : " ' days with home folks near Gum 1 V5 ' i,niM remainder niUdemeaners. t T U. Contest Sulphur, last week.. You win ih.d ill kinds. of. fresh Thm0,m .... WIICIC lllclll Miss Effie Meadows, of Pint j '"".ii. n llj idling Davis might be if it wasn't for woman. Hill, has been visiting the family candy undo dail ur S. W. lnsernent brick hole. of M. F. Pike at Miretburg jRight today lie might be peacefully We will not be under sold. We ' For Sale., I have for sale,- - 100 loafing about in the garden of Eden without any debts but gratitude. have every thing from a hoe handle barrels of good .vhite corn fofyjofdays only to a turning plow Houk& Son at crib, A young married lady got on the J. K. McClauy. Mt. Vernon,- Ky train with her new babe not far Store- Movkd. I have moved my storeMo Lee Coffey's place on The best solid steel hoe can be from here, and didn't have time to ' jleufroe's creek and am selling had t my shop, fully guaianteed. purchase a ticket in advance She goods cheaper than ever. Highest market prices paid for pro- gav a five dollar bill to the con M. F. PlKR. duce. Come and see me during ducpr from which to take her fare. What I have left of my Spring court and go away happy. Shop As the official took the money he and Summer Millinery I will sell at on old Main street South of coUrt Casually glancf d down at the baby and inquired: "Haven't you anyalmost your own price I am going house. thing smaller?" meaning the N. H. Tyres. 3t. to sell them Call and get a barmoney She replied: "No, I've Produce taken gain Mrs. Lee Tate, Mrs. J. F. Grif only been married a year and this Mrs. S. C. Franklin fin, and Mrs. Bogue Phillips gave ;rmv fircf oi.:u' Dr. W. J. Childress has relurned this office a pleasant visit sTuesday W ...J nut UUIU from his Louisville school. He afternoon last. They talked with1 Editor Signal: I see in your will practice in his neighborhood relatives over the lelephone kat issue of May 26, complaint of John and will also teach his home school Crab Orchard and were wonderfully Tavlor about some sewing done for He graduates in medicine the next pleased with Mt. Vernon's new him. I did that sewing and made term, One of them thought it sixi dresses; two calico, three gingAmong the list of fourteen grad- was better than a Punch and Judy hams, and one worsted dress; also two- underskirts and five pairs of uates of Caldwell College Danville show. drawers 13 garments in all and this year appear the names of Miss An exchange wants to know Ida May Adams of Mt. eruon what is ho me without a uewspaper, charged $2.50 I don't think any and Miss Mary Ilackley, of Lin- and Tom Davis, of the Maysville onecan sew any cheaper for coln, who is a niece of the Editor. Lec'ger, jumps up with this reply: ting and mak.ng. So please rect. Respectfully, The trustees of the town met "It is a place where old hats are Mrs. Elizabeth Smith Tuesday morning and rejected all stuffed into broken windows, where bids for the building of the town the wife looks like a bag bf wool CRAB ORCHA.RD. jail; sent for the county jailer and with a string around the center, husband has a panorama made arrangements with him to where the take care of the prisoners here- printed on his shirt front aid the Miss Metta Watson has been neglected children wipe their noses wording after. at the telephone exchauge , You assume 110 risk when you onineirsuirt sieevcs. lor past three weeks. Fresh Bakers bread at S. W. A.T. Fish and wife were in Richmond last week. Mrs. W. H. Bramiaman very ill. .Mrs 111 is still day in each month. COURT CALENDAR-.County Court. Fourth Men " " ' - . I P .gB;itta " A uS-nte- ! day in January, April;vJulyraud Bogue Phillips is visiting October. ." " her brother Lee Talc at Mt. VerCircuit Court. SecondMon non. day in February, Four'h Monday in May and Third Monday in, Sep W. H. Jones'and Sid Asbel were tember. in Mt. Nemon Tuesday to hear the Mt. Vernon Police Court; speaking in the Mullins case. ThirdMonday in each month. A Card of Thanks. Professional Cards. I wish to say that I feel under 's lasting obligations for what Cough Remedy has done P. A. Pennington, D. D. S.; M. D, for our family. We have used It DENTST, iu so many cases of coughs, .lung troubles and whooping cough, aud N W Cor. Third and,Cl"estnut Sts. LOUISVILLE, KY. most perfect'satisfacturers of this remedy and wish them to please WilFbe at Miller House, -- Mt. hearty thanks. Respect- Vernon during all Circuit Courts. . fully, Mrs. S. Doty, Des Moines, Iowa. For sale by M. C. '&. D. N. Williams Druggists. Cha'm-berlain- Quarterly Court. Fiist Mon- r j sfi.oo - - " . C. C. w, WILLIAMS, WABD. Attorney-a-La- Mt. Vernon Ky.' fvr73r' Mis. Nathan Bray, is quite ill at BguOffice on 2nd floor of new this writing. brick on Church street. Special attention given to collections. Mrs. Henry Cromer is visitintr her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Bray near this place. Rev. Williams preached a very interesting .sermon to quite a large crowd at Freedom, Sunday. Miss Laura Langford and Miss Clara Griffin ,'were visiting the Misses Jones last week. f - R. L. BROWN, Attorney-at-L- a MT, VERNON,. KY. w, "s V Rev. O. M. Wallin preached at Poplar Grove Sunday last and will also preach at Brodhead next Sun day X DR. A. G. LOVELL, i Physician and Surgeon . "-. r The telephone company have been making many additions and "Uncle" John Smith, of Living-stilaJTWi MHT'i imptovements to their system. was here Wednesday. G. W. McCLUREf Wir5 on the main streets are tak-inJ. B. Gentry telephone lineman, to a spider web form. By the RVBK-wasi AUP Irom Crab urcnard waj ire. are told that the Crab Owing to financial losses it has Mt. Vernon; illSHSnOEK: Orchard, Stanford and Mt. Vernon Ktyan been found necessary to curtail the , w iOfn t,Kc7Dukc,,of',.5.Crab Orchard uujJnyic&rWtW- AU business entfi .TeliiS; oneTCompany mn rawnfl ir frr vuide a" great speech iu the Mullins expenses at Kentucky University. Jewels, and "and aiivthimr tojSa . ' prompt attention? W&L rhoea Remedy. It worked like will receive llvCeu'tfcTWBr T-- V n,: . As a result. Profs. Walter 1.0 n.i,ir$ ' yjisiilM-.UVUUIiriu. nuiui MariCC' " rings cut?'tof fit. and gold andHJIenleyTY. astin arrived here magic and one dose fixed me all Office on Secoud floor of new; fiW lev?rw Hen4v"BRQpihs'on ... . . . .' JDan3 silver Soldering neatly dotle. Wednesday from the State College, right. It certainly is the finest on Church street. j. rvcmper uave tenacrea ineir HF vi.eitinrittip j iSBufoof G, M, (Richmond Register. Lexington, where he stood on ex thing I ever used for stomach McClure, trouble. I shall not be without it fr. Fifty years ago Win. Kirtly, of Thinernis should be carefully con- animation at the head of the class in my home hereafter, for I should Some of ouncolored citizens are this place bought two shrubs of cealed.' They have au impoverishWill Brooks is at home making not care to endure the sufferings ot EHp R. G.WILLIAMS, asking why'lhey are not summoned Alanthus or tree of life, in Louis- ed loojc that rdbs their owner of preparations for the return of the last night again for fifty times its on juries. ville for $10. These bushes were some 'oj her diguity. If the arms family from their Kansas visit price.-H. Wilson Liveryman, G. at-Laplanted here and now the fields are unduly' lougyas they occasional- Wi ins a ladies man irom G. M. Ballard, our excellent Burceltstown, Washington Co., Pa. being over-ru- n ly are, the eflect may be neutraliz- back. Livingston correspondent was with around town are This remedy is for sail by M C. & KY. MT. VERNON. with them. The oder from their ed by wearing wide bands of black us this week. Fine showers this week which D, N, Williams. leaves is so offensive that files will velvet fastened. with pretty buttons was very much needed. J. B. Owens, A. J. Moore and not alight thereon, and it is fur- or clasps .or buckles. This reduces For Sale. Three houses and Brother Brewer preached at the Geo. Johnson, of Orlando, called ther claimed that birds shun these the apparent length of the arms. lots in Orlando also a good farm on on us this week. trees on all occasions. "Thhu arms," says M. Charles Christian church, Saturday and Cove branch 135 acres. Good Suuday. buildings and out houses. Good Mrs Sue Mullins one of the SiWhy is it that the side walk has BlaucV.the great French" authority SURVE YO R gnal's good friends, was up from not been put down on West Main on 'dress, "denote bad health and an The church held an entertain- grass land as well as niguiy pro at Dr. Stapp's Friday eve ductive fot other crops. Well waLivingston, Tuesday in front of the Welch property? enfeebled race,." The best remedy ment is to.Ayash the arms with a flue lath ning. The menu consisted of tered. At a bargain apply to Sigwas made a year ago. Also, au Ageut for the best Dr Davis has the skull of an The order er of soap at least twice a day, atjd cream, strawberries and cake. nal or J. B. Owens, Orlatido. tf. Tailors iu the world, The trustees should not foice some animal or :eptile, tlw species of and let others go that were includ- to dry them thoroughly and rub They lealized $12 besides expenses f"i yt ? .. which has long ago pasbed away. See change of time in trains County them vigorously. This treatment The colored church held a suped in that same order. The Albert Hiatt, of Oak Hill neigh- Clerk Dick Miller's fence on Rich- brings the' pores into action and in- per Saturday night. Sewing Machines. borhood, a very nice young man, mond street has never been set duces a healthy condition of the Standard is be- -t now made. Call Mr. Stewart says this is the kind was in to sop us Wednesday last. tf back, while all the others along skin. Rubbing with a soft chamois of weather that corn grows so last on Hugh Miller. street have. The pavement leather is excellent for the skin, that it jumps off the stalk. They arc still sending papers ad- that from Houk's corner to the Christ-tia- n giving it both smoothness and gloss, dressed to the Republican, at this -- Ladies Home Journal. The G. A. R. met the 30th and church has never been touched place, which ceased publication in Eg enjoyed good music and talks from The jury in the case of Oct. 97. Captain Tom Jim Ballard, of Dr, Davison, of Stanford; Dr. county, and Col. W. R. ifi Mullins for killing Henry Lang- - Doores and Rev. K. D Noaks is Jackson Robert Hunt, of Rowland, F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Dillon, o Livingston, Rockcastle ford, was obtained out of the 50 which were very appropriate for braking on Chicago & Eastern Ilfrom Lincoln county, were here Tuesday negotiat men sutn;noned Also carries a nice line of Wall' Located at the Depot$? or. the occassiou. linois road with headquarters at Richmond p? rties for the county atid are L. B. Nunnelley, ing with Paper samples at from 4, cents perr Danville, 111. MissHallie Edmistou has gone W. G. MacBee, Uriah Dunn, 0. J. sale of a tract of timber land. Mr. roll up. Dalton, to Indiana visiting Good Livery Attaehed Mrs. Susan Hcudersom arrived Ballard enjoys the distinction of be- Crow, G.'W. Carter. J. D. . B. D. Charley Singleton has moved Meet all Trains, Day aud Night. from Commerce, Texas, Tuesday, ing the first man that raised a Reb- J. H. Taylor, C, T. Owens, Carter,. A. C. Alford, E. J. Tanner iuto his new house Traveling Men and Railroad where thc has been visiting tor el flag in Madison county, while Oh, how good candy is when'. and J. S. Murphy. The testimony men Solicited. Will fur 'some months. Col. Dillion, who is his brother-in-laMr and Mrs Hammock, of Car- Monday' afternoon you buy at S. W. Davis'. was a staunch Union man and was concluded terville, are visiting Mr and Mrs lunches for all trains. Rev J NIson (Methodist), writes and the case argued by the attor' is now one of the big Republica'ns us that he will becin a series of Did you ever eat any candy afternoon when Patten tf of that section, usually carrying neys until Tuesday Court-hous- e here jury.' The atmeetings at the made at S. W. Davis? He sells MrsEgbert has received a long . the vote of Rockcastle in his vest jt yas given to the ' on next Monday night, June 5th the largest sack you ever saw 'for torneys 'for 'the proseeution were letter from her son, Curtis, in Richmond Register. pocket. Drop in and see S. W. Davis in 5 cents. J. N. Sharp P. D.' Colyer, F. F. which he gavea description of the Mrs. Georgie Rice has been ap Last fall I sprained my left hip Bobbitt and; W. A. Morrow. The immense business house in which the Brick Hotel for saddles, har pointed by Judge Morrow to the while handling some heavy boxes. defense wasresented by Judge he Is employed He Get Thorhougdred Poultry. says they ness, &c. position of official Court stenogChoice stock and eggs from The doctor I called on said at first McClure.ghn W. Brown, Hon. have two thousand clerks of which rapher; a popular appointment thoroughbred Brown Leghorns and it was a sligllt strain aud would R. C. Warren, of Stanford; C. W. 900 are ladies $5.00 .1 day soon be well, but it grew worse and Lester, of Williamsburg; C. C. and Games. Eggs 15 for 75 cents, Also Toulouse Goose eggs 12 for Mrs. Rosa Ncsbitt is having pub- the doctor then said I had rhetima1-ti.sm- Judge Wtllijris. Sharp, Morrow WILDIE. $1.00. Write J. T. HacklEY, Jr., It continued to grow worse and Bobbitt aYgued the case before lished her new song "In the SunDanville, Ky. ny South, an L. &N. Romance." aud I could hardly get around to thejury for prosecution and the will be on sale at an early date. work. I went to a drug store and defense was looked after by Lester, A. W. Hart was in Wildie M6us It HUGH MILLED the druggist recommended me to C. C. and Judge Williams. There da. The Mt. Vo'rnoTo 1 ephone Her address is Mt. Vernor, Ky. Chamberlain's Paiu Balm. I were a number of good speeches Station is now located iu WilITuntnn T Ttnclin 1m'. rplnrnpH trv J. H. Henry, who died at this f ,. . t.- - . tried tc an! of a .. but that dfJudge Williams was es place three weeks ago, was buried liams drug store. Open from wiiere 11c siuou l.n.iln hi.hJ .... ...A!1.. T ..mt. irom oiaie HEADQUAL1ERS FOR uuuit uueu 111c cmiiciy. x uu. pecially compunicmcu. in the same suit he w&s twice marG.30 a.m. lo 9 p.m. at the head of his classes. He recotnnifud it all my friends. F. to Later; --The result oKthe trial was ried in; the first marriage being will look after the construction ntd COMMERCIAL MEN. A ttabeoefc. Erie. Pa. It is for a hung jUry 9" for acquittal and fifty years ago, the second about COST extension of teteplidne Hues ihis sale Come, see our bargains. Williams l,C. & D.N. all trains, at 3 for two years''1 fifteen years ago. Davis & Sou. summer for CASH. "Druggist Livingston, Wednesday. u, buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Will re fuud your money if you are not satisfied after using it. Sold by M. C. & D. N. Williams Druggist. . BS f- -- Jp-- - NOTICES When you come to Cplirt bring your Watches, lCfocks, C and Spectaclesrio'Sn Franklin at the'SiGNAtt office to have them repaired. He is prepared to.do pivoting, put 1 g, 'jmxJSS, - ,i. ... havV Times Its Price. I awoke last night with severe pain in my stomach. I never felt so badly in all my life. When I came down to work this morning I felt so weak I could hardly work. I went to Miller & McCurdy's drug store and they recommended Cham berlain's Co'dttitftetcrn and Diar Would Not Sufffr So Again for Fifty 'T VERNON, Office North bide M&in e.recl . 4 m, AttroneyatI5awr',Wi -- -- ? . IbricMa'' f j r v Attorney W S. N. Davis Mt. Vernon, Ky. H. B. SPRATT, PRACTICAL ex-She- r- Hotel Frith PAINTER, Paper Hanger ',"v' Sign Painter; Brodhead, Ky i, -- v . Miller House, f -.1 one-hal- 50-ce- I ' Kl ..t1y z lvrtV-- ' lVf ' w t THE STORM IN NEBRASKA. There is Strength, True strength consists in the union, the harmonious 'working together, of 3nii.ll flraln Nenrly All Destroyed nnd Fruit Itulneil In Five Counties Considerable Stock Drowned. 7V every part of the human organism. This strength can never be obtained If the blood is Impure. Hood's Sar saparllla Is the standard prescription for purifying the blood, 3fbcdA Sauafmh tt onEaiimMj ........ rntlcnce nnil Prncllce. A-- i h3JC. he could not get his business After considerable delay, his companion, a nervous little man, complained irritably of the inconvenience to which they were subjected. "Doesn't this put you out of patience, Doc?" he asked. "My dear sir," returned the medico, gay-l"to bt out of patients is my chronic condition. I haven t had one for a week." San Francisco News Letter. A clever young physician here, who, like brethren everywhere, has had a weary time trying to build up n practice, nevertheless meets his hard fortune ivith smiling gayety. hike Warren Hastings, his motto is "Mtor in Advcrsttum. In company with a friend, he had occasion the other day to go into the Hibcr-ni- a bank, where, owing to the throng of bo many ot his transacted at once. customers, IllB Four Oirtl'-Necl- y's Spnnl.h-Amerl-en- n engravings, Contains ICO superb made from photographs taken of our Army in camp, on transports and in actual service, Spanish and American Cuba, Havana, Manilla, Landscapes, Architecture; chows the manners and customs of the people of our new Islands; Pictures of our Heroes Dewey, General Charles King (known as Capt. Charles King, thcauthor), Wheeler, Jlobson, Roosevelt, Sampson, Miles, Schley, Shatter, Lee, Itrooks, Carroll; Groups of Officers, Cavalry, Artillery, Infantry, Ships," Spanish Soldiers, Insurgents, Chickamauga, Jacksonville, Tampa, Last Farewell Letters Home, Hospitals, Clara Barton, Hough Riders, Santiago, San Juan. Manilla, the Beautiful Women of Cuba and Manilla. The Album is 5Jx8 inches, weighs 12 ounces, printed on finest coated paper. Sent l'REK to any address in the United States, Canada or Mexico for 12 cents in stamps or coin, to cover postage and packing. Copy may be seen at any ticket office of the llig Four Route. Order at once, as the edition is limited. Address WARRICK J. LYNCH. General Passenger and Ticket Agent, "Big Four Route. Cincinnati, Ohio. Mark envelope "War Album." half-tone Gun-boatRifle-practic- lYur l'nuoramm man's idea of his wife s five o'clock teas. Atchison Globe. Iilcn of n Ten. Empty two quarts of dried peas into a bass drum and trim up the outside with pink baby ribbon and you have the average Mimc-tilln- c . !. f perfectly honorable in nil business transactions and financially 4nblp to carry out any nliliniitlAHn tnmln lit j li nt firm iWwt & .JniaxAjW holesale Druggists, To- ZlMK.in nlt.l...l. 7I1.MKI ii, niiiiraii-niaiTiuuicMiu te.il olodo,' U. HnllV CatarrjrCure is taken internally, acting directly-upothe blood and mucous surfaces of thessj'Stcm. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold bv'salf Druggists. Testimonials irec. Hall'stFamily Pills are the best. JJrnpiJis nr( .Milling, How' Tills f We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for nny case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by llnll's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. We," the' undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him Conflicting Rmotlonff. Mrs. Joy Oh, John, run for the phy-Th- e baby's swallowed your diamond sician, stud! Uachclor Brother Physician be hanged! I'll bring a surgeon. Jeweler's Weekly. Eft j Wnnmii'ii Long Suit. "Man was made to mourn," mused the old man with long white whiskers, "but women seem to have taken the job away from him! By hokcy, but they do enjoy a funeral!" Kansas City Independent. You get more for your money, get faster colors and brighter cojors, when you buy Putnam Fadeless Dyes, and it takes less time to dye and makes less muss and for the same price, 10c per package. s When a home with a string of fish, it is a mean trick to ask him if he caught them all. Atchison Globe. boy-come- Omaha, Neb., May SO. Additional reports received Monday show that Sunday's Btorms In Nebraska were d nnd more destructive more Several hailthan at first reported. storms lilt fire counties In the t ho part south of central state, namely Adams, Clay, Salino and (JiiRe. while in Cedar county In the extreme northwest part of tlui state, h cloudburst did an immense amount of riniutiiro. In tlio counties lilt by the bail small (,'rain is nearly nil destroyed nnd fruit ruined, while tlio loss In broken plass In houses makes quite a respcotublo sum. The cloudburst in Cedar county Is described In a special to the flee, from Hartlngton, as follows: Sunday nifjht n cloudburst visited the northeast part of the county, thoroughly deliifjinu the country. Iloodlnp houses, sweeping away barns and and drowning considerable, stock. Kvery bridge on Hast. Howcreclf. from Its source to the Missouri river, is out. Tlio damage Is very heavy. During the storm the Catholic church nnd priest's house at Menom luce wcro badly shattered by lightning. A cyclone cloud appeared, but did little damage. Farmers who were lilt by the Hatnil' ton county tornado are destitute and n relief fund Is being raibed for their benefit. Milwaukee. Wis., May so. Reports of a severe rain and wind storm in western Wisconsin are coming In. A special from .lancsvlllc, Wis., says: In the town of La Prairie tbo barns ou Mcxauder McClcllan'sand Ed Paul's farms wcro wrecked. Twclvo windmills, close to the city, were destroyed. On 'Thornton Ucid's farm 60 rods of fence wcro blown down. Large trees wcro uprooted and for half an hour n small cyclone prevailed. Much of the early crops arc destroyed. British Holloway, a. hamlet near was nearly destroyed by the heavy w nd. The town hall and several small buildings were blown down and other damage done. Lacrosse reports that in many places crops tvero actually washed from the ground, and railroads, especially the Burlington & Milwaukee road, whero much new work was going on, also is a heavy sufferer. Champaio.v, III., May 30. A tornado passed across Champaign county from the west to the cast at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon. The storm cloud struck on a ridge five miles south of this city doing slight damage, and then robounded intrL thn nir. It pfl-turthcr 25 was seen east, several in hundred feet the air and was then separating. The cloud was followed by a terrific hailstorm, which did great damage in the vicinity of Homer and Sidney. At Sidney hundreds of windows were battered in by tho large hailstones. The hail did much damage to the growing corn. OwossoMich., May 30. The tornado which passed through the village of Perry, 13 miles from this city Sunday night, destroyed S35.00O worth of wide-spreaFill-morPo-loY MIIe nn Hon . ear, designed fnr us on made a tml trip, IIU Nnmo Wn Dure Ilnnnum nnd Ho of sixty milcr an hour. Tills IVni the I'allicr of the will piobably be as much of a record beater ns has Hostetter's Stomach Hitters, the Cnrilllt (iliint. 'quickest known road to health. There is sufferers from all stomno The original of the character of ach quicker way forstrength and happiness ills to reach David lliirum, in the novel of the some than by this great remedy. It cures indiname, has been identified as the late gestion, constipation, nervousness, liver nnd Duvid Hiinmun, a former resident of kidney trouble, and best of all the user stays Iloincr nnd n noted character in cen- cured. QUITE A SOMEBODY. rllitr Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the Medicine of Axxld Lang Syne tral New York, lie wns prominent in business nnd figured in numerous horse trades, which explains some of the passages in the book. A correspondent writing from lllnglinniton relates many amusing stories about Opinions of him, one of which runs ns follows: "It wns David llunmim that exploited the famous Cardiff giant. At first ho owned the curiosity In partnership with a man from lUnghninton named Hull, but he soon bought Hull out, nnd It was he that did most of tho show business with the giant until the facts in regard to the hoax becamo known. It was while he was traveling around the country showing this curiosity that the peculiar humor of the mnn wns well illustrated. One day a dapper young man entered n passenger car ot tho Delaware, Lackowannn & Western train. The car wns well filled, but there wns one seat occupied only by n short, thick set, rather uncouth man, who managed to sprend himself over nearly the whole scat. Going up to him the young mnn ordered him to sit along nnd give the newcomer part of the seat. Something in the manner in which the order wns given did not suit the older man, nnd he refused to stir. 'See here, do you know who I am?' inquired the young mnn, irritated nt the other's obstinncy. 'My name is Sloan, and my fnthcr is 'Sec here, president of this road.' young mnn, do you know who I nm?' was the ready and unabashed reply of thef'man, who did not stir an inch ns he spoke. 'My name is Dave Hannum, and I'm the father of the Cardiff "Troy Times. gl-un- t.' The fact that you can make a mule work In harness constitutes one of the chief differences between n mule and a genius. ICverv dog has his day. The cat is on the night force. The man who doesn't lift his hat when he meets his w ifc probably refers to his mother as "the old lady." A man seldom marries his first love. When be gets old enough to take a wife she is busy cutting down papa's pants for Willie. Some men nre born rich nnd some arc born lucky, but they nil have to lose their milk teeth and have the measles just the same. Chicago 1'oit. a rcsslmlat. v The Cnxc In a Nutshell. Alabastlnc is n permanent coating for walls and ceilings, designed to tnko the place of kalsomlncs nnd wall paper. Alabastlnc sets with the wnll. It Is practically n stone cement, ns hard nnd smooth ns paint, but much less expensive, nnd is applied just as easily by anyone. It can be mixed with either cold or hot water, nnd applied with n knlsonilne brush. It is elenn, healthful, nnd economical. Every one of the strong points of Alabastlnc, proved to he such by the test of twenty yenrs, Is picked up by every new manufacturer of ordinnry knlsonilne nnd cloimed for his goods. These claims nrc d on their face. Alabastlnc nlonc can prove its durability by the test of time. It is sold by paint denlcrs, in packages, properly labeled. nb-nr- Vnntcil n Door. The sun blazing down on a race course, far, far east of Suez, and on n field of hot, icited horses and men, waiting till the ec-- i entricitlcs of the starter and nn even more ppcenlric horse, combine to get us in line. The patience of the former is nt last exhausted, "firing up that horse! Come up )ii that beastl You'll get into trouble over hi', 1 tell you," nnd so forth. The lightweight replies patiently: "1 .in tjielp it, sir. This is a cab horse, this orsc is. He won't start till the door shuts and I haven't got a door!" Academy. i Aus-iraha- n TO SEE BEHIND. A Ilccent Invention 'Which Knnhlei Ccllnt, Ilnrrcrn, l'.tc, to Do So. F I believe Piso's Cure for Consumption saved my bov's life last summer. Mrs. Allio Douglass, LeRoy, Mich., Oct. 20, '01. Tn N next day. L. A. W. Bulletin. talking tip n trade with a real never close the bargain till the horse-jocke- 4 A sallow skin acquires a healthy clearness by the use of Glenn's Sulphur Soap. Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, 50 cents. The only thing n man can find around a house without assistance, is fault. Atchison Globe. LETTER TO MBS. riNKIIAM NO. "Hindsight" is better than foresight in uome contingencies, nnd it man who appreciates that fact has laid the foiiu-- ' (lotion of a modest fortune in securing upon a novel little device which a supplies "hindsight" to the people who need it most. reflector" is what tho "A post-UsuInventor calls his new invention. It is an arrangement of adjusted mirrors, which enables the wearer to see everything occurring within a certain range behind his back without turning his head. The post-visureflector will be use fill to jockeys, drivers, rowers hna cyclists. ,X Tor jockeys this appliance is fnstened to the boy of n pair of big spectacles4, fitted wjHkglasses of nq'nmgnj Ing powflJflPR;Iasses nre7fi?jJtn,tfsP to protect the eyes fnffii the dirt thrown up by the horses' flying feet. Tho little reflectors nrc fastened nbove the glasses, and set at nn nnglo which brings the full width of n rneo truck for n distance of 100 yards within clear range of vision. For rowers nnd bicyclists the reflector is as valuable as it is to horsemen. Itowers and cyclists do not need tho and for them a second patent provides for the adjustment of the reflectors to a light iieod band, property. which holds them In exact relative posiBED SLAT. tion to the eye, nomntternt whnt nnglo WITH A HEAV-the head of the wearer may be turned. A Negro Murderer Confined In Jail at Mr. Cincinnati Enquirer. Mlnnvllle, Term., Attacks and Fatally The "Ornliln'N" UiieMion. ' Injures Two Sleeping Whites. The following colloquy is reported beMcMinnville, Tenn., May 30. Sonny tween the late Mr. Spurgcon nnd n boy Craln, a Negro murdered confined in in his orphnnnge: "Mls'r Spudgin, s'poslng there wns nn the county jail here, fatally Injured two white prisoners Monday morning. orphin 'sylum an' a hunnercd orphins In It, an Crain got out of bed at an early hour, Quntscs nil the orphins had uncles an to bring 'cm cakes nn' apples, secured a heavy bcdslat, and going to 'cept one orphin wot .ohc, where John and William' Brown were oughtjn somebody give hadn't no sixthat orphin sleeping, violently struck both of them pence?" on the head. Neither of tho victims "I think so, Bob," said Mr. Snurircon had a chance to defend himself. Crain "Hut why?" was finally overpowered by the ofllccrs "Cause I'm him," said Hob. The story goes that the "orphin" and was chained to the floor. He has been prctcAding to bo crazy for some had the sixpence. Spare Moments. time. THE MARKETS. p-t- cnt al mud-gunrds, post-visual mud-guards, Mrs. Higgsley Clara, I must insist that' you send young Mr. Oranlcv away earlier. It was long nftcr 11 o'clock Inst night when a closed the front door nfter linn. Clara 1 know it, mamma, nnd I have made up my mind a dozen different times to make him leave early, but he has a way, nnicliow, of always giving the iniprei.ion along after the shank of the evening has p.ivcd that he is just about to av something one has been waiting for. It's exasperating. Chicago Evening News. nw-m- KxniierntliiK. Old friends, old mine, and the old doctor are the trusty kinds. For half a century Do Yonr Feet Ache nnil IlurnT Shako into your shoes. Allen's Foot-Easa powder for tho feet. It makostlghtorNcw Sliocs feel Ensv. Cures Corns, Bunions, Swollen, Hot, Callous, Sore, nnd Sweating Kect. All Druggists nnd Shoo Stores sell it. 23c. Sninplo sent FREE. Address, .Allen S. Olmsted, Lo Hoy, N. Y, JAnclent Hoqucfort Cheese. - Iplisaid that Hoqucfort cheese dates back to Pliny's time. Some of it smells As though itjwcrc n great deal older than that. Boston Transcript. Tomtnj- has been the Sarsaparilla which the people have bought tchen they mere sich and wanted to be cured. If the best is none too good for you, you will get Aycr's. One bottle of Aycr's Sarsaparilla contains the strength of three, of the ordinary kind. 1 wi A ,. imMU.11.l.M...,1..M.M.,.,.,1,M....l1,j.a.......U1.,.,J,,.J-1- i i BEFORE THE DAVf( stock for? Mr. Figg To soak the investors with, my son. Indianapolis Journal. A More Information. Paw, what do they put water in 'The condition of n man's liver has more to do with hisicputatton for generosity than is generally understood. St. Louis Star. and Fover is n bottlo of Grove's Tasteless Chili. Toxic. It is simply iron and qiiinlno in a tasteless form. No euro no pay. Price.OOc Powerful Incentive. SAPOLIO THEY USED TO SAY "WOMAN'S WORK IS NEVER DONE." OR. WIOFFETT'S LSI Hsi tt :? The Ilcst Prescription for Chills. llIMIIMI.lllllltMl1WIMIMttlllmiiMIlllltttPIt mmaw--m ALrrs ftf tkB LiH Look the Snnie. Yeast Did you ever take any of those mud baths? Crimsonheak Well, I ran for office once. 1 fcfcl HINA - Yonkcn statesman. TEETHING POWDERS Regulates tbe Bowels, Makes Teething Easy, TEETHINA Relieves tho Bowel Troubles or Children of Any Age. Coats Only BO Cents. Ask Vour Druggist for It. To Cure n Cold In One liny Tako Laxativo Bromo Qulnlno Tablets. All druggists refund money If It fails to euro. 25c. The man who talks most about the difficulties of faith, takes the absurdities of science nt a swallow. Ham's Horn. 1 wsm pR5E? Send our name and address on a postal, and we will send you our 156-page illustrated catalogue free. gj Ranches, jj Mines and ij :: Orchards Arc tlic basis of productlri wealth In DREYFUS HEARING BEGUN. 46,070 "I had female complaints so bad that it caused me to have hysterical fits; have had as many as nine in one day. Good Prospects ot the Prisoner of Devil's Island Receiving; n Now Trial Guards f urrounil the I'alaee of Justice. LIVBSTOCIC-Cntiie.commCulr,jTo- ,0Si Splfnl 4 (VI . kl (in. HOGS bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cured me and it has been a year since I had an attack. "Five Paris, May 30. The hearing in tho Dreyfus revision case began Monday. An army of guards surrounded tho palace of justice, warned by tho threatened aspect in tho streets, whero riots followed tho sessions of tho Courts. The prospects are very favorable for Dreyfus in receiving a rehearing of the charges brought against him. The court adjourned at 0:30, when very few of the public yet remained in the vicinity. Tho republican guards immediately returned to barracks and tho cordon of police was dispersed. Jack U'llrien (lot the Decision. Nkw Voiik, May 30. Jack O'llricn got the decision over Martin Flaherty at the end of tho 25th round. Cruiser New Orleans Leaves for 1'enaacolo. New Orleans, May 30. The cruiser New Orleans left here Monday evening for Pcnsacola. She. devoted tho day to coaling, receiving no visitors, but tho harbor broke loose in a farewell dem- HycNo 3 I'llmc tocliolco PKOVIHONS-Mcsspo- rU . I.nnl BUTTKK-Cho- lco dairy I'rlmo lo cliolco crcimcry APPLK- -' Choice to fancy POTAIOES-P- er t)u... HAY CHICAGO. FLOUR--Wintpatent flRAIN. -- Whe.it jmo. vrca No. 3 Chlcjpo sprlnu I.AMU Spring FLOUR- - Wl-itepatent .. OHAIN-W'li- eat No. 2 icil .. No. U red ! Corn No. 2 inlxel Oils No. 2 PHlilP-Chol- ic. Ciarse anil heavy. Mlxnl packeis I.li'hr kill mint.. 3 2 i 71) ,a 6 3 :tfi. sa tiro 'cs ' a a, A 3 4J 75 7 10 3 55 3 8J 3 8 4 10 7 WJ 3 71 71K 4 71 31 The Maid and the New Mexico, Arizona, California mountains. I.uscioui fruits and Brains In tho valleys. 5oUlcusuiishino and pure air everywhere. A place to Cattle and sheep on the plains. Gold, silver, copper, Iron and coal in the WINCHESTER REPEATING 176 Winchester Avenue, ARMS CO. New Haven, Conn. Money In. .000s of UNSOLICITED RKgt?N5S;S3?JS TW"fSr!oSfini TESTIMONIALS SAY 31 SMake for frco pamphlets nnd infor- nbout homescckers" excur- - , Address General Pasienger Office, Ifae Atchison, Topcka & Santa To Hallway, CHICAGO. t(a, .& da . 4 mi & 4 2?',j (6 60 M II 13 4 fc5 00 49 50 48 49 trh Miracle of St. Vitus' dance. It wns n pitiful coso which medical science faflod to conquer. Finally 0 doctor prescribed Dr. Williams' pmlc Pills for Polo People. Her futhor said: Wo heenn Diviner tho rills nt onco. a and tho noxt dny wo could scoWo cbango for tho hottor In her. novo her ono pill after each meal until sho wns entirely woll. Sho has not beon sick a day since. Wo think tho euro almost miraculous. 'Frank Tcckbh, Mrs. f.Tucxer." Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Tucker, being1 duly sworn, state tnni 1110 iorcgoing Is truo In ovcry particular. Huan. Johnson, Juttice 0 the reace. From the Jltpublican, VcrtaiUei, Jna. .. Iam Dttla Pftnnl m..l i - -- v.w ur. Wlllinnis mi Dttl .., .' nre never ..I.. Ku Ih. An..n n ..-.--hilnrtrnil ui i Mw Co., Schensctady, N. Y., CO cent B bout 52.60- - I'ermanentlr cures nil Itching, HiirnlnK, Bcalof,a. Hrnlpand Hkln Dlscnses, sucu nn HaU Hbcum. HcnM Hoad.Chlllilalns. Piles, Hums, lUbf Humors. Dandruff, Itching Hcaln, Kalllmr Hair (thlckenlnaandmaklnK It Bott, Hllkr, nnd l.uxurl-nnt- ). All Fnro Kruptlnns (producing a Hoft, Clear, lleautlful Bkln and Complexion), It contains no Iad.Hulpliur. Cantharldos or nnjtblnK Injurious. An fasj, great seller. Lady canrnnsers rnakomi 10 IVil a day. Druvglsts r mall fiOc. Caplllarls ManufarturlnK Co.. N. Y. Adrtrons T. 1III.I. ? ' "BIG FOUR" TO MANHFiin.n, Agt., ji,i:.v .. a. "The Sea Level Route" 3 fix CORN-N- o. OAT---N- pohic-mcs1 u.wiu--vuat- 8 2 ..... Ann s ii o. " . .. NKW WHKAf-- No ORN-N- PLOUR -- Winter BYE l ATS MUed I'UflK LAHU-Wcst- o. patent. Srcil 8mlxed vnnir . to & 7IM 64 n. ;,; 1 8 15 & 02 600 383 3 75 11Y, AsBlacK Mlsa Lucy Tucker, tho daughter ot a promlncut farmer of Versailles, Inu.. wia tlio victim of norvous prostration. Most of tho tlmo alio was connncd to bed, nnd wna on tho verco as vourj DYE YourWhiskers NEW YORK. DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. WAGNER SLEEPING DINING CARS. CARS. H. E. IN0AUS,- . ' " '" U & Gi i 0 & 00 n ' '.'.. 8JH W.i ;u CO Buckingham's Dye SOctt.ofdruggUUorR.P.Htll&Co.lNiihua,N.H. What would the world do witiout Ink? Just thlnlc ol It.l A Natural Black with orn 8 2i xo CO JlALTIMORi:. FLOUR-Family UilAIN Wheat, No. , Southern 2 rod ', " '." 335 CornMixed OathNo. 2 white Rvc-No 77 73 303U a & 3 77 H 7I (!) CARTER'S IS THE U I LIFE flC OUTIIT H1EE. BASK President. WARRKX E. O. McCOIWIICK, Pass. Traffic Mgn J. LT.NCII, BEST INK. Asst GenU Pass. & Tlckot Agt, fTTLK-F- Ir HOOb-WcMer- n..... 2 Western.. quality .".'.'.'. S2Mi 1 ilrs. Edna Jackson, Pearl, La. onstration. ......... .'. n j0 4 If Mrs. Plnkham's Compound will euro such severe cases as this surely it ! must be a great medicine is there any sufferer foolish, give It a trial ? i ... general strike has been inaugurat d in the vlllago of Lecreusct, in the department of Saonc et La re, and in nearly all the factories enough not to jvork has beon suspended,, four thouI Paris, A General May 30. A Strike. INDIANAPOLIS O ".AIN-Wheat- -No 8 red. " ' rorn-- No 2 mixed .",. Oats No 2 mixed GRAIN-Wheat-- " 31 18 no 4 20 saesssssssissessssseseses THE you no more than poor Ink. Why not have Itl Forty years experience In the making. Costs 72K lift -- nnirVM tW tl test horojjr Muratllalstearl. AOliNTS tno woria-SKre- LOllISVII.l'l'" FLOUR-Wlnte- rpa cat .. No S led " Corn Mixed . 7K 8. C. HILI.EH, WANTED. Only Wl.CO. Uleildt IHd(., III1CAC.O. sw J ," -bit 4 (0 72 ..( nEADEnS OF TIII3 PAIKR I)E3IIlINa TO BUY ANYTUINO ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS BHOULD INSIST UPON I1AVINO WUAT TUEY ASK FOR, ItEFUSINQ ALL SUBSTITUTES Oil IMITATIONS. KWM--'lri,uJri-ll LUKr VVntKt AIL tLt IA1L. Boat Congo Syrup. Tastes Good. Uoo in lira. Hold oy arnnim. Oife-Ml- xcd PORK -- Mob sand are nlroadpr out LAw9tfim ; t'aio . 3iy, 3J 10 per box, A. N. K.- -E gj Mli?lJ7'l:riil?tl 1VIIEN 1VIIITIXO TO 1763 AlVi:itTISEU3 " went In th(i paper y - " ,. lZ'u . .i'Z.HZ-n- . .N r , K?ffiafi