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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1899 mou1899063001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - - tgM 'HLMHfc: t, ..... ' ammvi VOLUME XIII. 4. fit &w, MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE fST&NTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1899. We call attention to the Incompetency of the eato suggested thot "Praise God Froj CABLEGRAM FROM GEN. OTIS. present republican administration In Ken All Ulesslngs flow" be sung, and for. WMh' mo utes J 030 men stood as they isang tucky; to tho abuses and scandals in the man He Info nn the War Department of the Dgemcnt of pcnllcntlarloi and asylums while In concert. It was One of the drama ltrnl Situation In the l'hlllpplnes .... under republican control, and we commend the oi me I'uuvcuiiuii. I.I tile Campaigning" Done. Sjncxl My Lover, 'Good-bwisdom of tho last general assembly of Ken....... tain tucky in the enactment of laws which secure ouui,, nh,t.ni.n Tlfwlwlnn - rntild not biunu T.wia Washington, June 27. Gen. Otis, in tho wise and economical administration of the order. penitentiaries and other public institutions of A policeman grabbed Emmo'.t OrrWpwod reply to a cable from tho war departthe stato under democratlo control; to the In county, a Hardin delegate, and startof tftusb ment, asking for information regardcrease In the rate of taxation) to tho vetoing him Into a chair. Orr resisted, obdti police ing the situation and conditions in the of all democratlo legislation favorable to the rushed at him as if in a charge. S legate Philippines Monday, cabled a long reInterests of the people and hostile to the op backed up Orr, and ns hard as tho pofjpusli re ply as follows! presslons and extortions of organized wealth. cd tho delegates mot them with Manila, June 20. Adjutant General, We believe the trust is the result In large slstnnce. Orr's hat was crushed nnfM.was Washington: Rainy season. Little measure of the politics adopted and pursued bruised. to sin'Hang JfJge.Kcd by tho republican party, chief among which A inland campaign possible in Luzon. aro the demonetization of silver, by which the wine on n Sour Apple TrecV and We occupy large pprtlon Tngalog coun"Is volume of currency has been kept below the convention took It up, Ono inquiryy try, lines stretching from Imtts south, WL. demands of business, and the enact- he czar of Russl.it to San Fcrnado, north nearly six miles, ment and enforcement of vicious, Pandemonium reigned at is! 10 o c and unpatriotic legislation, such is After wearing themselves out tho Kfd set- - nnd to eastward into La Guna provtho protective tariff laws, known as tho tied down for a wait. Both sides WMR Testing ince. Insurgent armies have suffered McKlnlcy and DInglcy bills, whereby there is on their oars at 3 o'clock wlih rwslzno. a great losses n,nd arc scattered; only a discrimination in favor of corporate wealth break. largo force held together about 4,000 in At 2'd and against Individual enterprise. Wo favor i i1otf?fitn 'came for' Mftwd" with John Brffiiliompson Tarlae province and northern the destruction of the result as well as tho nrmintltlnn in mlfnurn. Their- - scattered forces in removal of the causes. Tho and Johns. Rhea, Stone manager' ifld Solicits of Independent bimetallism at 16 to and tho Mitchell, representing Hnjfo had for bands of CO to COO In other portions repeal of all protective tariff laws would do Ave hours been standing together, wj chairs Luzon; in Cav'tte and liatangas provtions will more to cripple and destroy the organization Immediately In front of the chalrWafdlrcct-In- g inces could assemble possibly 2,000, and operation of the trust than any other laws. the filibuster. They took up Utopian with We believe tho law in Kentucky known ns a readiness ttiat was full of mcarAfc for tho though demoralized from recent dest lirw should be so amended as to strain was telling on them. Justmsnjtgreej feat. Mass of people terrorized by the l make unUwful atly agreement, combination ment was about reached, soldiers. Desire peace and or arrangement by corporations or individuals lieutenant, rushed C;ut, fresh f romJWsnfcrcnco American protection; no longer flee on J. under which, In tho carrying on of any busiwith his chief. ness, tho price, charged should thereby be "We object to an adourumenl,VjJjald he. approach our troops unless forced by S fixed, controlled or regulated. And we believe "This thlng'musl be fought out heft Snd how." insurgents, but gladly welcome them; that the law should be further so amended as A. The disorder continued wlthoutJttptlon no recent burning of towns, populato provide that all contracts made by any com- until after 5 o'clocjt' when the Gc$beljfmen hit tion within our lines becoming dense, come bination, generally known as a trust, in any upon the plan "to. hate county cujjjrm.-ykind of business shall be void and not cnforcl-bl- o to the stage and cast thi. votes oiithclr dele taking up land cultivation extensively; kept out of Manila as much as possible as to such trust or combination, and wc gations. Thls.tset their frenzIM,Aopporcnts especially demand that nil trust controlled DCS1UO lUCINBClvea "IIU VCO fWf as city population becoming too great prdce'eded,'tho awful dlnjlncre In? oil the .to be cared for. articles be placed on the free list. ., ... . t We hereby express our continued confidence while. Countv chairmen catnel!6ltho, stage in Wm. Jennings Bryan and favor his nomiand tho clerk had to lean over trfclbse range ttfi'fl ,fc drive out Insurgents. Only Insur nation for the presidency of tho United States cuttu q word that was said. Tho Horilln men by the democratlo national convention of 1900. and many Stono delegates jlld n'pTvotc- 'After gent leaders Is.Unlted States aid. They We recommend to the democracy of Kenhl4nn hour of the hardest kimKof wrrkthe proclaim near overthrow present ad tucky J. C. S. lllackburn as the successor of ballbi.was finished and nnnounfed as follows I ministration, to be followed by their Wm. Lindsay in the United State senate. GdWFjSi!!$l Stone, 2olK;Harn, 67.. r by independence and recognition Mint rtMprpft nnmher baMot'wheYfeubon Wc endorso the war carried to success for This is the influence the freccom of the cnsluved Cubans! and we rAi?James, o big Junged Stone, jleaderjcricd United States. which enables them to ho'.d out; much appreciate, and honor tho courage and heroism irilardln and Stone njen retiso to vofe.'"of our soldiers and sailors therein engaged; JDhey won't do It," the ObcbclUcs responded contention prevails among them and but we declare tho conduct of the present na- hjAfl'intlr, and suro enough they did not; the no civil government remains; trade tional administration as to the Philippines to, jJJJByrfctlons that have bcen.maao thjt tho forbo repugnant to every line of tho blll-o- f rights, XWCUKMCS9 tJi 11U1UIU UUU K?t,i.w ,.uu.u.uv.. with ports, not in our possession, mer source of insurgent revenue, now tho constitution and tho declaration of lndc-- " Itself In tho lack of controf'over their delependencc. gates wcro verified. Tho lastj;iallQ.t,.lWj3th,. Interdicted; not certain of wisdom of . In the matter of state affairs, tho platform' resulted, Goebcl K0; hte policy, as peoplo In those parts Indorses tho election law passed, by the last By agreement of the candlda!f tlflj'copvcn. arc without supply of food and mermorn- legislature, known as the Qocbel law" anJj,jic tton adjourned until 10 o'clocJ uosdar chants suffering losses; meditate re- law "To prevent extortionate, unfair, and dis-- 1 storJtijr trade privilcircs. nlthough in- fTMA. criminating freight rates by transportation .TitoTDi , aurrtats reap benefits. Courts here in companies," both of which' were passcd.over Gov. Ilr&dley veto. A'he law to insuro cot sH'JVpwjuk-jOperaiounucr utrccuuu ui lis olSo'I- potltlon in the $:MM'-MM. . .Ha.-so -PSU)rnitoPa i rArlliur a t .TWC3L .'.Jj" quiet,"" awauinjr results'- in t Luzon? l. . . " NUMBER 41. IRE DEADLOCKED. Chairman llcdwinc Refuses a Motion to Eject Policemen From the Convention. IT WAS DESIRED BY HARDIN MEN. IS .... THE LINCOLN COUNTY Good-by,"- -: 'lS NAT10 li ail BANK,, '))) 0FSTANF0R0, KY. .V Thoy Prevented Further Balloting: for Governor by Singing Songs, Shouting, Etc. Itedwlno group-starte- d ;2$ Jtole Capital $100,000. STANFORD, KY., un-wl- Successors to Farmers BanK and Trust Go., lie fused to Allow an Adjourn ment Finally the Gorbel and Stone Faction, by a Itute, Take Tito llalluli and Adjourned. 1 l'am-pang- a. WII-Ha- 1 h - -- V "1 IA fcr. . .'i The democratic convention was called to order Wednesday afternoon by Chairman Johnson. Tho Goebcl-Ston- c pcoplo placed Judge David P. Kednlno in nomination (or temporary chairman. W. II. Sweeney, of Marlon county, was nominated ly tho Hardin faction. Tho llrst ballot resulted: Itedwlno, RIO; Sweeney, 410, but a number of counties were pulsed on account of contests, and the vote vai held up pendlne a decision a to how tho cte of these counties wcro to be cast. At 0:r o'clock the dcmocratlo convention, utter sweltering for three hours over a tedious hearing of contests, brolco up In great disorder, caused by an attempt to eject a noisy KUcst from the stage. This caused a stampedo but no ono was Injured. In the midst of tho excitement Chairman Johnston declared tho convention adjourned until 8 p.m. When tho convention cot together Wednesday evening Chairman Johnston took tho Kenton county contest under advisement, after which ho decided In favor of tho regular delegates In tno districts and threw out tho third. Capt. Johnston then announced the result of tho ballot for temporary chairman, declaring Itedwlno elected by a vote of 5)1 0 to 6H for Sweeney. This marked tho success of tho first step in the combination. Senator Karris, of Garrard county, nominated Wm. Cromwell, of Frankfort, for temporary secretary, and he was elected by acclamation. LOVISVH.I.E, Ky., June SI Tho dcmocratlo convention held but a short session Thursday morning and adjourned shortly before noon until 7 o'clock Thursday evening to allow the committees to work. T1 sonvcotlon reassembled Thursday eve- ittsimDinmlUee bad scarcely . J " r pnvcntlon RdjQij Stonc-docb- t.ouisvM.K, Ky., Juno And continuously under same management for 29 years. your Bank account hoping such bussiness relaprove materially profitable and pleasant. anti-tru- DIRECTOES. J. E .Lynn. KencA,-q.,Qocbe- '' J J. Williams. H. Shanks. W. Carpenter. William Gooch. J, B. Owsley.- - J. S. Owsley, Sr. J. F. Cash. W. H. Cummins, l ... k, ,.ii Shanks, President. J. B. Owsley, Cashier. W. M. Bright. Asst. Cashier. S. H. . f IHHI tf ti WILLIS GRIFFIN, PfMliial B &st& MM USNfl . H NIIVB D UnWakFJ j' Funeral Dtetoi "? it ;t m& MX. VERNON,. KY. I85?5 n fjsBpm SmSwKK9o on i!1 ereiennSSV drsl. mtUmtLi ?al KC k Hi- recess until 8 o'clock. For tho third tlmo in as many days the demo cratic S'nto convention Friday night broke up In disorfor. Louisville. Ky., Juno 23. When Chairman Itedwlno rnppcd for order Saturday morning the report of tho credentials committee was presented and read. The committee disposed of contosts in 32 counties involving about 3o7 seats. Theso wero all decided In favor of Stono or Goebcl delegates except in thrco cases Gallow.y county and the Fourteenth legislative district of Louisville, whero Hardin delegates were seated, nnd Nicholas county, where tho delegation was divided between contestant and contcstce. A minority report was presented by tho Hardin people. Finally a call of tho roll was reached, tho question being the adoption of tho minority report of tho commlttco on credentials. Tho voto resulted: Ayes, 3,7; nays, 411. The majority report of tho convention wjs then unanimously adopted, both sides cheered together tho first rays of harmony broko upon tho convention after a week of wrangling over business which several times threatened to result In a split. The applause hnd barely subsided when Gen. P. Wat Hardin emerged from tho crowd on tho stngo and started another demonstration. Tbo tlmo had como, ho said, when an expression from him was necessary to tho united party. With a few cordial words of thanks to followers ho announced his withdrawal from tho nice, for governor, and appealed carno tly for the undivided su port of tho party in behalf of the nominee. The committee on organization then reported. convention 1&&Kr., Juno after 4 o'clock and tcok another . MraifBrgoVcrnor, Hon. John fN Ithea' placing the name of Capt. W; J. Stone before- tho convention. Congressman Wheeler l. seconded It. Judgo Tarvin nominated Gpe-be- Willi (6oat, thJSwjng-ft- Jutjge Hargls, of Louisville, created a sensation by seconding Goebcl. C J. Uronston also seconded Goebcl. Lynchers Confess. A vote was ordered and the roll call proceedAthens, Tex., Juno 27. It is reported with considerable disorder. On tho first ballot Goebcl reached 518K ed that three of tho men who assisted votes. Changes thon cut him down to 489H. in tho lynching of tho thrco Humphries At this tlmo Stone had 441JJ. Hardin 136. have made a full confession, stating Ilrown 17. These figures aro unofficial that tho plot was prearranged and and counties aro changing from column to colthat informers wero to bo punished umn, amid tho greatest confusion. Five hunit is stated, n votes aro necessary to a with death. An dred and v. forty-seve- Inio'tlie water. Vancamp immediately ;pTtfngedt,ovcr-boar- d tryafter him ing to rescue the child thevboat drifted out of reach and Vancamp and the boy wcro both drowned. IHHW boy II f anxious for trado and repealed calls 'for American troops received. Am a1 Keeps ComnsCaskets, Robes, Linen Bo9oma,'Cj and Collars. Can Furnish. Metallic Caskets anl Embalming gpn' W4U baay criiia. DoneortpJigWI jl. giving attention to Jolo archipelago and Palawan Islands. Our troops have worked to limit of endurance. Volunteer organizations have been called in, Orders bu Tofcoratiti orTelcphone Promptly Attended to Dau or Nloht - . r i "i, ifusia ..'i iiar--w choice. Tho convention adjourned nt 2: 4 until 6 p. m. without making a nomination. was tho ringleader of the party. McKlnley Abandons Ills Trip. Sixth Seventh Eighth. Ninth Tenth Eleventh Fifth The democratlo convention Saturday afternoon and evening took eleven ballots beforo tho adjournment was bad until Monday. The nine ballots taken Saturday night and so announced to tho convention were as follows. Goebcl. Hardin. Stone. llallot. 3795-- 6 350 3 254 Third 3306-1- 2 381 3311-Fourth 27. 8 Louisville, Ky., Juno 1645-1- 2 3815-1- 2 3825-1- 378 3322-- 3 349 352 371 Washington, Juno 27. On account of the Philippine situation It is said President McKinlcy has abandoned his contemplated trip through tho west and south. Secretary of Stato Hay, who has not had a rest for several months, will "swing around tho circle'' in the president's place. Another Train Koblier Convicted. J 338 341 :9I1-- 1 388 1 373 3- -4 3763-4 336 334 334 4 1 4 318 3611-- 2 316 4 363 Itid-wln- It recommended the continuation of tho temporary organization, with Judgo llcdwinc as chairman and was unanimously adopted. Tho report of tho commltteo on resolutions was then read by Hon. John S. Ilhca. THK rLATFOIlM. J Tho platform, which was written by Judge James P. Tarvtn, of Covington, contains the following: Tho democrats of Kentucky In convention assembled reaffirm, without tho slightest qualification, ho principles and policlos declared in the democratlo platform adopted at Chicago in 1806 Our faith in bimetallism Is vindicated by events. Tho necessity for tho restoration of tho double standard was acknowledged by tho president nnd congross In 1897 when a cotnrals-blo- n was sent to Europe to entreat other nations to aid In establishing bimetallism, and tho failure of tho commission to secure European confirms the friends of frco coinago In their belief that relief can only come by the independent action of tho United States. The prosont legal ratio of 13 to I is the only ratio at which bimetallism can bo restored nnd opposition to it confined to those who opposo bimetallism at any ratio and to thoso who mlsapprohend or Ignoro tho reasons which led thrco national conventions to adopt it. Wo donounco tho present republican national administration for Its reckless extravagance in tho conduct of publlo affairs; for itsctuel and inhuman neglect in its treatment of our koldlcrs and sailors during tho lato Spanish war; for Its complete subordination to tho Interest of organized wealth; for Its protection and encouragement of trusts and comblna' ions; and especially for its uppolulmcnt and retention in ottlco of un attorney general devoted to tho interests of trusts and combinations. o 27. Chairman called tho democratlo state convention to order at 10:22 o'clock Monday. Trouble started at once. Congressman Rhea at once mounted a chair, and In a fierce speech declared that ho would return thanks to Mayor Weaver for his police protection. "But this is the first democratlo convention In twenty years I havo been in where police were required to keep order," ho yelled. Ho wound up by moving that the police bo requested to leavo the hall, and be asked the ca.l of tho counties on tho motion. Itcdwlne ruled against him, and ho appealed from tho chair's decision. Itcdwlne refused to entertain the appeal. Ho ordered tho secretary to begin the roll call for tho 12th ballot. Delegates Ilhca,. Swocney, Thompson nnd Mitchell, all Hardin men now, mounted chairs and excitedly declared that they would break up tho convention If the chairman did not act fairly. Every delegate was on his feet. Chairs were upsot, and the scenes of disorder that marked tho session of last week began again. Goebcl delegates yelled, "Hurrah for lledwlnel" The Hardin and Stono delegates shouted, ''Down with lledwlnel" Khea fiercely shouted at the chairman; "You aro not dealing with babies. You aro dealing with men." "Go after him, Ilhca," called many delegates Tho disorder continued. Tho Hardin and Stone mon would not allow business to proceed. A new detachment of police wero marched to a position in front of tho stage in chargo of o lieutenant. They wcro there to protect Ited- Louisville. Ky., Juno Juno 27. Another of tho McComb train robbers was convicted hero Monday night, when the jury found young Joe Sheppird guilty and fixed his punishment at ten years' Haiitvim.e, Mo., Tho convict is a son of imprisonment. Jake Shcppard, a member of the old James gang. Mine. Dreyfus' Life Threatened. Chicago, June 27. A Paris cable says: "Mme. Dreyfus will havo frco access to her husband without witnesses to their Interviews, which will The nabe held in the prison parlor. tionalists threaten to blow up the house whero Mme. Dreyfus Is staying." Thomas P. Kano was Monday ap pointed deputy controller of the currency to succeed Lawrence O. Murray, who recently resigned to accept a position with one of tho New York trust companies. Mr. Kane has been connected with tho office of the controller of tho currency since 1880. Capt. II. C. Taylor, who commands who regulars, by replaced xAr;K1 positions. occupy salient now and Utah Nebraska, Pennsylvania now taking transports and Cth Infantry sent to Ncgros to relievo California. sma These troops In good physical contl.-tlosickness among troops Increases lately, due mostly to atdtious serv-icand climatic influences. Nothing alarming. Of the l'J per cent, of Wo oarry Dniffs, Chemicals, Palnto, Oils, the command reported sick, nearly Varnishes, Patent Mediolnoo, Fancy Soaps, six In general hospital, of whom three Cigars, Tobaccos, &o. per cent, have typhoid and 17 malarial fevers; 25 per cent have intestinal Proscriptions carefully compounded at all trouble; remaining fl.- have various hours. ailments, 14 of which due to wound Injuries. Many officers and men who Give us a call for goods usually Icept In a served In Cuba break under recurrence flret-olao- s drugstoro. of Cuban fever, and regular regiments lately received are Inadequately Otis. The Inadequacy of the number of officers mentioned In last part of above I cablegram" has been remedied by the sailing of the transports Zcalandia and Shcridau, carrying a number of officers for regiments in the Philippines. Adjt. Gen. Corbin says that all officers belonging to regiments In tho 'Philippines who are not absent on account of a surgeon's certificate, are under orders to join their regiments olliccrs have sailat once. Forty-fou- r transports going to ed on tho rcci-n- t Manila. Secretary Alger sild Monday that no J, W. Haydon, W. P. Walton, J. H. Collior, M. D. Blmoro, J. Hocker, T. Harrlc action would be taken for the enlargeF. Rold, T. P. Hill, S. H Baughraan, W. A. Trlbblo, ment of tho army.-o- r send troops to and M. J. MUlor. Gen. Otis until tho return of President McKlnley. He also said that Wc holicit the accounts of tho citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties, assurin'" them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to Gen. Wheeler would receive no assignus. Personal application nnd correbpondence, with a, view to ment until that time. business relations, respectfully invited. AN UNPROVOKED SHOOTING. McRobertB, Cashier, Jno. . J. S. llockor, Pros., At thfi 1'rcsUllo'a Heailqimrtrr I'rlvrtto A. McKinnoy, Ass't Cashier. l'rauk Wlefall Shoot? l'rlvate Wesley Klrby 111 the I.e;. n; g) Druggists and Pharmacists. M. G. 5 D.'N. WILLIAMS. Mt. Vernon, Ky. - !.-- . . 733 o -i ofll-cere- d. P w FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock, $100,000. Surplus, $17,320. DIRECTORS: a a ,. J. tho Indiana, and whose term of sea duty has expired, has applied to the department for permission to remain on his present duty until November, Itr. when the department expects Adm. Sampson to relinquish command of the North Atlantic station. Iledwlne begged the delegates to sit down. Emperor Francis Joseph has had a Ho Indicated that ho would entertain Ithca's slight relapse, but his physicians have said he hoped motion. Uronston In a speech, the delegates would not by a ote attempt to no anxiety. They advise that as soon drive the police from the building. Ho said as ho is able to leave his room he the delegates had a right to run their own con- should go to Gastein to take tho waters. vention, and they would run It. Clerk Cromwell again started the cal of the Gen. Davis, at San Juan, P. II., recounties for the 12th ballot, but Delegate Mitchports that Private George E. McDun-no'n- , ell demanded that his appeal bo entertained. Company E, 18th infantry, as a delegates begon howling and The Hardin-Ston- e singing. Business was again stopped. 'Adele- - cidentally drowned there Sundav. wlno1 San Piiaxcisco, June 27. Private Wesley Kirby, of Company II, 21tli infantry, was shot through tho lcjf by Privato Frank Wigall, ft tho samo company, at the headquarters at tho Presidio. The wound is serious and it may bo necessary to amputate the limb. Witnesses state that the shooting was entirely unprovoked. Kirby was blacking his shoes when Wigfall loaded his rifle and fired. Seeing that tho shot had not proved fatal, he was reloading his gun, when .it was taken from him by other soldiers who hustled him into tho guard houfe. No cause is assigned for his attempt to loiumlt murder. GO TO JONAS McKEWZIE MT. VERNON, KY.. For Everything lu Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, General Merchandise. BEST GOODS AT LIVING PRICES. Ifr lr- - "" AN HONORED PIONEER. school that direct, and provide a proper and adequate equipment for Following taken from De T and, Fla Col. T. E. C Kccotd. of June 14 the sc' ool. school can be taught for Brinley celebrated his 77th birthday Friday, June 30. 1899. No good List Saturday at the residence of nothing it repuires means Vdo on a Presbyterian branch his daughter. Mrs. I. A Stewart 011 parasite Published every Ftiday by In honPresbytery and community. ' will soon destroy the tree. Let Ihe West New Vol k avenue. AMES MARIiT. This work has been done by Rev. 'scchool be what it ought to be, with or of the occasion Judge and Mis. L. M. and Mrs. Scroggs for the legitimate responsibilities resting Stewart invited a half hundred of past three yeirs. . upon a true patronage. The able irhoCnlmitM'sold friend!! to a dinner i.oo A 1" SUnSCRII'TION ONI5 VKAK " 1f"1i0 fllftfk IliUi- rC Wall vear Presbyterian friendsj tbody of trustees Misiild be compe nirtv. and these Daluul pioueers, Last Paper samples at from 4 cents per contributed to the special support tent to manage the Mt. Vernon Col- who had been with the Colonel aud knoivn on os the school in response to an ap- legiate Institute. touched elbows with him during roll up. J. S. Advertising rates made peal made personally by the teach the heat aud burden of the battle in application ers which has enabled the school the early days of DeLand's history, to be continued with" one extra were more than pleased to embrace teacher. Three teachers have done the opportunity of extending their Tuesday night At 10:45 o'clock F. FRANCISCO, Propr. a sincere and earnest work this congratulations and good wishes to the closest and most exciting con5 XlMie potato crop 111 Cloverport the old Kentuckian, and pal taking Located at the Depotggljg? W year. test for a gubernatorial nomination A boarding school is greatly section is not very promising. of the bounteous hospitality of the vicin Kentucky was ended in the Ky ueeded. It is extremely difficult Mo.it of the tubers are affected by Stewarts. Up to the tory of the Goebel men Liver Attaehzd Good Col. Brioley came to DeLand to find board among the resident rot. Some species of worm has very finish of the final ballot the families of Mt. Vernon. been eating them, and as a result away pack 111 the seventies, when Meet all Trains, Day aud Night. The result was in apparent uncertainty school has succeeded among ap theVc will be very few sound po- the towj was practically nothing Traveling Men and Railroad and the friends of Hardin were wag-n- g Cloverport and his interest aud influence produced. palling difficulties and good results tatoes Not until men .Solicited. Will fur a vigorous content. (which was far reaching through- lunches for all trains. have been secured by dint of faith News the 16 votes of Union County were ful, earnest attention and labor. out Kentucky) induced many cast for Goebel did the Hardin men Mr. V J. Loughriuge, on Thursto settle here, and assist in Last winter there was an effort surrender hope and come to the day sold to Eastern parties, 48,000 to change the adintuistrrtion the the development of the country and conviction that Goebel had lbs., of hemp for export. The hemp first of January. Information fol the upbuilding of the town. them. wilLbe loaded here and shipped lowed that bv the authorities of A majority of the guests at the a tremendous victory for It was to New York, and thence to HUGH MILLHP Transylvania Presbotery Rev. Lr direct Colonel's birthday dinner were here Kenton County the brilliant young Amsterdam. Mr. Loughridge deM. Scroggs was under conUact'till inthecaily days when he was laleader, and coming at the end of a clined .0 state the price but indi July to the Home Mission Board, boring for the town and for Florida unprecedented, it struggle wholly cated that it was sold at a good the school being a part of the work figure,. I Lexington Gazette. generally they knew 01 his unselfHEADQUAL1ERS FOR fairly set the friends of Goebel wild of the mission field. The field is ish motives aud of his single purwith delight. needy it 's a difficult problem due Wheat threshing began yesterday pose to assist the people to build A OKKAT OVATION. COMMERCIAL MEN. to the restrictions in the purchase, on the Boouesboro pike as usual, un the town for the town's sake Surh an ovation as he received trains.-- 3 all at which cuts off the hope that every this section is the first to get its aud for their benefit. They knew SyPorter after the final vote has not often been seen in any convention, and a time after the occurrence of the true worker must have to take hold wheat on the market. A. T. Tuck that the matter of personal gain or feature of it, which was especially events first nienticed in this article, of and carry on a work with no ade er, R. 'IX Hunter, E. J. M. Elkin profit from his labors was purely a gratifying to his friends, was that some unfortunate Confederate sol- quate support that of securing and perhaps others have sold at secondary consideration if it was considered at all, and for these the managers of the opposing, can- diers fell into tho hands of some of salaries for teachers and for procur- seventy cents. SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES. honored him, didates, who, for seven days, hid Capt. Kings friends whom with a ing necessary apparatus for a proA small crowd attended Lancast reasons they love and fought to gain some advantage brother of his as leader avenged the gressive school. This aid is often er court but there were aud looked upon him as one of the against his quiet wit. wonderful death of the deceased, by hanging provided by Woman's Educational a good many cattle on baud. Very tovvn.s benefactors cue of those 2x2, 30 inches long, all while C grade or better, $12 per in, powers of organization and master- six of them to a limb of a certain Board specially organized for and few sales were made and the trad- earnest, steadfast friends of which long, red, $6 ly generalship', were among the first tree near the "Old Hackney Tav- doing the school work of the Pres- ers went home in a bad humor. we had many, and wihout which 2x2, 30 inches ' per m. DeLand would still have been a pine his hand atul promise him ern Stand", 2 miles north of Liv- byterian Church in needy places A few steer calves brought to grasp 5c and iJ4xi34. 28 inches long, white $6 (I have no personal throughout the United States. The some heifers xV forest. fealty. And when Joe Blackburn ingston. 4c. No sales of per in. kaowledce of this hanging, but it Board is prohibited from aiding the butcher cattle were made. Both After the arrival of the guests and led him to the front of the stage the red $4 was currently reported as a fact at Mt. Vernon Collegiate Institute for the horse and mule the extending of congratulations, a Do Dean of the Kentucky Democracy market was un- time was spent in recounting the time, and I have the tree point- reasons which cannot be explained usuallyidull. per in. short standing side by side with the old incidents in theearly history of brawniest of its young leaders, ed out to me several times since.) here for want of space. Kusli has bought recentlv the city, theu came the banquet. f WhiteJC' grade 2jx3ifc30 ncb, No one could have done a.better there was a wild storm of cheering, But enough of these painful remi XL .,lMn.IXSSnoTL Vo;juiiittj-&-pw ," rue (junan war nas re- work uudet the circumslancesRlnu 150 hofsijor July delivery ac 3' It was delightfully informal lieuce, ' which lasted until lung power was niscence, Ked snoifes.MB:e.tm also bpughttol John B the serving united North and South, estrauged has beeii accomplished by Profpaud eeut3j32 In exhausted. The dny sn the con above. . c Mrs. rite's tfcrs,Vt.fi,cfcsfff, J vention was hill ofexcitement and lamities are again living in oroitier- - Mrs. ScrogKS ' . rr?'- 'i SINGHEjffREE- - B b v' tluTothcr cm- K ry fvJ3 Literature came on the fieldhnd once was ly love, the valor of our army and uncertainty, but never 1 "! If.MIv nilwfft V.. Z1ckr ff t A yvV2ffiiii;XZL-tz2- fi reu andlm5wcliildren ot Co). JiriiF; nuZ.ttr 7 Goebel himself apprehensive to the navy, and the genius of our com- in quantities sufficient lo supply a chesterir)eniocratJ ' permS $16 A . & lev rusidine in DeLand. result. Now let every Democrat manders has again been tried as school of 250. From ten to twenty-fiv- e v AHdisepe that seems as deadly as Late in the afternoon the guests ,i,.i;,.,.wi nf Ull) pbfll(UIA packages of reading has been do his with fire, and found to be such as " AW ISt. VtWIDWIU III work for the ticket and any thalfever broke out among dispersed after the expression ot to astonish the great military lead sent regularly all winter to different on K D of Li & n. or K. C, whole duty in aiding to elect it. stock caused the death of three ers of the "Old World" and com families and many homes have been earuesi nope mm -- ui division, will cull once every tw horses At Owensboro, Tuesday. would be among them lo celebrate weeks r mand the respect of mankind! the weekly recipients of many quiet Jaruktt, Inspector. The strange disease baffled the many more Editor Signal: In assorting ' So mote it be." and unnoticed blessings aud bene anuiversaiies, and tuai Brodhead, Ky this morning. veterinarians, who diagnosed each some newspapers fits which have their source in the they would be allowed the pleasure J. K. McClary. (June 20th), I find a short account case, but found no postmortem exof assisting at the celebrations. school. of the life and adventures of my aminations that their diagnosis had Ninety members receive literaold friend, George Thompson, now been incorrect. Worms were found ture from an organization in New Wanted. A good coal miner to of Pleasant Hill, Mo. Incidentally, id' the vitals ot the dead animals and families reYork City. Forty-twwork through the Summer or longmy ranie is usd in the article by these are supposed to have caused There has always been dissatis ceive Christian Endeavor literature. the death of each animal. A horse, er. Man with a family prefered. your Crab Orchard correspondent, A student from Mt. Vernon CoAddress J. W Marler, when so attacked, lives but a few and in reading it many scenes and faction and more or less wrangling Collegiate In- llegiate Institute entered the Sopho- hours and the matter has caused Mt. Vernon, Ky. incidents of the thrilling times of with regard to the more class, Center College. Does 1862 were vividly brought to mind. stitute. It was built as a county consternation among the owners of that savor of an unworthy PreparaGROCERIES, AND M . C. & D. N. Williams have SHOES, stock in' Daviess county. I shall never forget that night interest or concern. People gave tory school at Mt. Vernon? inUncle George "Hog Eye,' willingly to the building of an a full line of optical when just received GENERAL MERCHANDISE Prof Scroggs is a fine instructor Mr.'L. A. Weaver, of Ruthton, as he was sometimes called, Capt. stitution which would aliord their goods including all grades of specand well calculated to do a school tells that he gathered Harve King and his sons, Camel children a better means of educatacles, frames and glasses. Call work, and when the people of Mt. 500 gallons of strawberries the past Dameron, who was an Uncle to the tion than the common schools. Afand examine the stock. Vernon open tlieir homes to poor season patch. his Langford boys, and others saw me ter operating the school for a students and welcome the earnest After supplying his family and let EVERYBODY LOOK. at my store at Lynn Camp, Kuox length of time it became involved in the endeavor to dig in ihe ting the neighbore feast themselves, and stopped long enough and had lo be sold. The Presby- toiler county, I am selling the Singer Sewing mine of knowledge, the school will he cleared $80, which he says, beats Machine on easy terms and keep all to inform me that they had had terians in Danville were, invited to faster, and when the pur- raising wheat and $1.50 nothing to eat for two days and visit Mt. Vernon with a view to build up kinds ofsewing machine needles oil MTpose and control of the school is a coru Interior Journal. were very hungry! And if you purchasing the school. bands, shuttles, and everything When Your Horse Is Shod By Transylvania Presbytery bought unit the work, it is hoped, will have the space to spare I will cor John S. Robinson bought this that belongs to a sewing machine. You now have to pay him the in efficiency and permanency week 1,000 good ewes and wethers Will send needlesby mall to auy rect and elaborate the account the school in conjunction with the grow Cash. He says if you see him The good friends of the commun- in Clinton county paying $3.5 to a claim of It old trustees, who have eiveu by your correspondent. I also clean and repair all kinds drunk this year you may know was not at Barbourvills but eleven $900, for which consideration nine ity who have stood by the work and $4 aiheadfor them.- - Harrodsburg ol machines. You can see me here some one has asked him to shoe his miles this side on the "Wilderness scholarship pupils are taught each teachers are truly appreciated by Deiriocrat. W. M. Owen hoise on credit. Credit will ver Saturday. starve those who have borne the burden t Turnpike road,'' at Lynn Camp, year. Mt Vernon Ky a man to death. The whole face of the country, Rev. J. W. Walton had charge of work. There are people in Mt. that I furnished the prisoners who Vernon whos-kindness as neigh not in cultivation this year, is were accused of bush whacking by of the school one year. He was To Builders. T. W. Marler bors aud whoso courtesy as Chris- covered with a vigorous growth of the "Confederates,-- ' with such pro obliged lo leave the school owing ' while blossom." This imported & Sons now have their mill on one tian people cunnot be surpassed in visions as could be obtained at the to inadequate maintenance in the any part of our hospitable land. It pest,, usually confined to meadows, of the best sites in the county and house "of Mrs. Stephen Colyer, school. has not only invaded the clover are fully prepared to cut bills to The tuitions from students have is a pleasure to meet the cheerful where I boarded. The rebel soldword and kind heart, it all helps to and timothy fields.but many blue- - order on very short notice. LumManufacturers iers, as bey were then called, had never paid the salary of one teacher. grass pastures are ruined, for this ber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon bear one another's load. of Minn and brick. been stopping with us some days at There is no other means of support. To thoie faithful friends who summer at leaat, by its invincible if desired. Give us voir i.rders and intervals,, and had about consumed Anyoue acquainted with church They also furnish Lime, BuiMing cheerfully subscribed to the special ravages. Stock will not touch white get promnt attention and the best everything eatable on the premises. schools) throughout the mountains Stone, rough quarry face or cut fund for Ml. Vernon Collegiate In top, and farmers should devise But I got permission to visit the of the Carolinas, Kentucky and some way to get rid ol the pest. For Sai.. I offer for sale mv Orders promptly filled camp, which was located on "Rob- Tennessee well knows that these sritute last year and who have paid house and lot. Hjuse of 7 rooms the subscription, making the passed Sharpsburg World. bers Hill,,' about one mile south schools have never been and sumniet kitchen; two of the The Presbyterian school school year possible the Mt. Veruon of Mrs. Colyer, and take the boys best cellars in the country, besides A Card op Thanks. something to eat All that could at Harlan, owned entirely by the people will long owe a debt of gratitude. I wishlto say4thatj I feel' under other out. buildings. Pi ice cut be found was a small quantity of Presbyteiian Church, enrollment If the school is a Presbyterian lastiug obligations' fortwhat Cham- dow n U 1 jcu er n't build it for it meal and Irish potatoes. These of about one hundred students, and DKAL1CR IN T. P. Lkciiikitkr. property we say let the Presbyter- berlain's Cough Remedy has done were prepared as best we could, managed and equipped by the PresWHISKIES' WINES, &c.,V&c for our family. have and about midnight, accompanied byterian Board, cost the board last ian equip aud manage the school in so many cases We coughs.used it of lung by John Colyer, of color, we took a year $2250. (in the Mt. Vernon as becoming the dignity of the troubles and whooping cough, and You assume no risk when you Presbyterian church. couple 01' b:iM;ets partly iiMcd with, field tour churches are grouped most perfect satisfacturers of this buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Fine whiskies at $2 If the character and control of the remedy and wiMi ihem to please acand ;l up to the under the c.uj of the missionary. thr! read mid potatoes, Will reis not Presbyterian and if lor cept our hearty thanks. Respect- end Diarrhoea Remedy. carp without mokstntiun und. under contract wun tne nome am. school Our Rockcastle' friends can write any leasou it cannot be, then l;t fully, Mrs. S. Doty, Des Moines, fund your money if you are not satfound the prisoners asleep. They sion Board, and he receives r. stipor Iowa. For sale bvM. C. & D. N. isfied after using it. Sold bv M. C. 'fiif. were soon awakened and speedily ulation for the church work, and home other, management have the William.'- Druggists .v I). N 1Villiar nni.,gU nUHiutDiBtn Mw-f- l yirf i.t.niAjiiwnwqar i.Trir'TvrT-,rr-T"- -- m-f. 5KcawaBaB3pgacgj5jjXAiuL-ifiiagJt.MPPitaujiLMjJijTwi- v ML Vernon Signal ' out-manag- ed dispatched the meager supply, saying in voices filled with emotion: was the sweetest bread and notntoes they had ever eaten." After nu hour's chat, in which they told me they were charged with me being "bush'vhacKers," but were innocent, yet feared they would be shot, as they had no witnesses, and some parties in the vicinity in which they had been captured had fired into the passing Confederate army from the bushes, and thus left suspicion resting upon them. I bid them a painful adieu, never expecting to sc any of them again, nor have I except Uncle George, who came back in a few days and told me that all the others were shot at Cumberland ford, now Piueville. On the stcond day after I saw them! My recollection now is, there weresixteeu of them. I only remember Capt. King and sons and Campbell Damaron, but it is probable I knew some of the oth ers. If Uncle George, who was born and raised in this county, married a Miss Samuels the first time, who was a sister to my uncle, J. R McClary, and raised a family out on the Coppercrcek road where Uncle Jack Henderson now resides, should see this artie'e, it means for bim to come and see me! The latch string is out and says come But I am digressing. The 1:1. war, with varied successes and reverses continued, and within a short nAAA tv4w.. 'It in fllic !c tll rfra rC A n.uuui t..... ..j i..w utv. v tl crkl.nl reaching one hundred in member- -' ship, demanding three fourths of his time, without means for teachers, without equipment of any sort, a double work to be done for the v H. B. SPRATT, it-- PRACTICAL PAINTER, Paper Hanger ffi Sign Painter. O v ,- - I Land,"sTok, Cropj Hotel Frith Brodhead, I Ken-tuckiat- is Miller House, TED m jt.i,:&;.i a -- -- red-viand- - $S33yP VftllTCllfe r.. -- tn,,, frW' ui"j j. Collegiate Institute W. R McOlure, DRY GOODS, o NOTIONS, one-acr- e THO'S - TAYLOR Blacksmth 60-ce- VERNON- ad-res- s. -- MT. VERNON LIME MOMPANY 1 g, TOM FERRELL 1 A ROWLAND, KY wt-u- t - Grand Picnic at Adams' firove, July 4th, " coming from every briuging their Farmer, of this place were married Denver Colorado. Miss Klein is Dunham, Samuel advauced ideas and exchanging in the parlor of the Miller House, Pharmacist with accomplished daughter of G. A. one with another, which makes it Mt. Vernon, last Sunday. 'Squro Mrs. Solotnan Riddle has been the M C & D N Williams. helpfifor,all. Zrown performing the ceremony. JVvjcinrtg'-ttilativeThis country is at Crab Orchard. Klein. Superintendaut of the kt Langford works. who are building S. D. Levis, B. J. Bethurum, C. Oiuthe morning of Tuesday the Rocucastles delegates returned itajGfcaclsQil hiilK and other en- - C. Williams ami daughter Mrs. stingyWnan lives in Mt. Dthfi plops. t pnj,ty visited 'the fdotsore A'-- . l reHI'K'I'S mniorc "Georgia Rice ami AJza Thompson, IridJflL smiafRd lerBOlKuwm-njla maicu, ne kvernon. iy al.sood j vjzm..... im. niprTe"1every,'da y. 't were down from Mt. Vernon kindle wo fires and he VyVJBBBaaaaaaBaaaaaajBaawjiiuBBTjiyii, at Liv-- 1 willKopen the d3brbnlv Floatishhig towns are springing Wednesday. iust wide isgimi longest caves tins enough to allol you to pqueeze section the winding halls and dec- up ranjtllyi Better chances are , i.tjrt tjiy D) &. McKinney, lea Griffin, J. aaiiaaBiLri it .imrrinu I r ituLwuvvtiki v j ill ajiviuk lurroucrn it to save tiie strain, as ne orated rooms ii'uur iiaaaaaaaaiK present beautiful opene"dtpr all kinds of business. H.'Hagan, Gene 'Orndorff, iu uMfeT ' "I John Lony.sjtlng the. 'faniily''of her; will explain, and consequent wear stalactitic and stalagmite to the eve My little town of (Davis) is a prosFarmer, John Powell, J. Henry Krjojihef of the hinges. If any one can beat of the visitor. The parlv consisted perous growing town" of four thouand daughter, R. A. Sparks and let us hear fromjthein of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mills, and sand population, and on the Trunk George McCarthy the clever tel- that, sister, were in Cincinnati Sunday. family including Rev. H, R. Mills line R. R. which is called the Sanegraph lineman was down the road A Projectoscope exhibition was Mrs. Dave Henderson and family ta Fe Route. This ltttle town is Monday. We will not be under, sold. We given under the auspices of the Misses Fannie and Florence Mtil-lin- backed with a fine farming country. Society at Christian have everything from a'hoe handle Ladies Aid Sallie Carmical Estella Catron It handles forty thousand hales of James Houk and wife visited the church last Friday night. All Mary Colyer and Mrs. Katie Myres. cotton ever fall and some times to a turning plow. Houk & Son. parents of the "latter in Garrard a were highly entertalued. It is one few days last week. We ate dinner at the entrance of more. During July and August of Edison's wonderful inventions. the cave sang some beautiful songs there is from fifty te sixty thouMrs Neil Parrett and, Miss Era-m- a Had the society advertised the matand, admired the lovely surround- sand dollars worth of small grain Pennington visitec' their sister ter and let the people know what to ings. Many names have been sold at this town, such as wheat, Mrs. Will Brown, in Pulaski, last expect, the house would scarcely llns Chickasaw written upon the walls of the cave oats and rye. week . have held the crowd. Nation is governed by Kansas law. some dating back to i860. We have thiee good schools here Mary Colyer. Messrs. Jerry Respess, C. G. Jaf P. Garrett late of 4th Ky., and also the Slate University and has in 18th Infantry last Wherritt and W. H. Burk, repreState Asylum. I just wish to say Saturday at Somerset aud will leav senting the Southern Railway arWILDIE. to my friends in Rockcastle that lor the Philippines next Tuesday. rived here, on horseback, from are poor, if they tan get out here Lancaster, Monday night. They Prof. Lewellyn is at Prof, The Interior Journal has our they will find thc can do much are riding over proposed route of lips for short time; will thanks for "specials" bearing on better with half the amount of la survey through this county. Our school on Crcoked creek about the Louisville Convention. That ISor than back there on those clay people hud received no notice of July 10th. paper ne er does things by halves. bank farms. Another thing is, we their coming but gave them every Miss Ellen Butuer will teach the hnvc good society in this country After n couple of wetks of scarce attention after.their ariival. The and good doctors, our leading PhyJy an) thing to do in job work we surveying corps is now near Lan- Conway school again this year. G. H Collius from are just in the middle of a good sized caster and will probably reach Mt. John Hasty, while drunk Sat- sician is Dr. Ky., who graduated af urday night, lay down on the Stanford, "rush" The Brodhead Fair cata- Vernon in next 15 days. logue, Adams Grove picnic and road on his way home, and some Louisville, Ky., in 1882.. A postal eard was received at Respt. Yoiirs, other contracts made it necessary one took from his pocket a book this post office and posted accordG150. Williams. for us to call in two extra- printers containing $26 and some papers. ing to request. June 3, 1899. beyond our regular force and they So much for that spree. CRAB ORCHARD. (Please Post up) MARETBURG. are sti'l at it. Andy Johnson, better known as i hav 1 black mar that has straid Lexington gets the captuied away and about 16 hands ligh and "painter" Johnson, and Uriah Calvin Houk, who was raised in Spanish cannon which was illoted a few gray hairs on head with Richmond, Were caught stealing Mr, S. H. Martin returned Sat- Rockcastle, but now lives in Ind., - to Kentucky. All Kcntuckians re- some more rubbed off the root of shoes from J Fish's store Satururday night from the convention, is visiting at G. II. Pattens. joice in Lexington's gonl luck. tail a scar on cheek bone at root of day. Johnson was caught and and repotted an exciting time. The picture man is here for a That is one of the best cities within tail with very lougc nipples. Any taken to. Jail Saturday night. Miss Amy Freeman, of Pine Hill short stay, all wno want to look at our botders. Her people arc ener- person that note of such a mar will Sheriff Wood arrested Richmond is the guest of Miss Celia Pike this their beaut'ful faces, come before it getic, Miciable and hustle at all please let me no at waynesburg Monday and now occupies the same rooms in the sanii. building week. is too late. He seems to understand times fur improvement. It is sel- lincoln co Ky II. H. Caldwell. Mr. Walter Hunt, an employ on his business and works cheap. with his lather-in-ladom ) on hear of any trouble of any One of our gay old bachelors & N. Rail Road, is at home kind on-- there. J. Fish attended the Republican the L. The colored people give an enwciit out fishing Monday on the visiting homefolks. convention at Ml. Vernon on Sattertainment Sunday afternoon at The Republican county coiiveu-"- " river near Livingston. When he Mr. and Mrs. Mat Pike were the Curistian urday last. church, which was tion held here last Saturda) in- balanced accounts .ic night, he was in visiting Brodhead largely attended, and carried out structor for Taylor for Governor as blue as a mackerel. j. .nuyes uroue an egg Qllnrlntf relatives He had .irs. very creditably by the Sunday g a few days ago and inside the egg and w A. Morrow for Lieut. caught a string of minnows Miss Mollie Brown has returned School children, who recited pieces was auother perfect egg about as del-- l Goverutir. two pounds, nnd, in taking The following egtites t State convention were in his smallest catch, he accidental- large as a bird egg and this had a home after quite a lengthy visit to suitable for the occasion and sang V ppoiu.-l- ; spectacles hard shell This egg was broken relatives, in Virginia aud Tennes- very nicely. G. S. Griffin, P. n. ly dropped his L into the place whence he had takeu and out rolled a live chick which see. , .Golyer. W. T. Short, B. J. and Miss Emma Anderson met with W, Beinurain, Bogue Phillips, H the fish. Concluding to gamble on ine uiira cuw croweu ior uoeoei Miss Mollie Houk spent several an accident by falling from a spring H. W.iol, B. N, Roller, Russ Dil- - again, he went back next day and wagon, but we are glad to say was L. T. Stewarv was in Laurel. days in Brodhead this week, Kon,.J i'. Tate, Henry Catron and what do you think he caught a last week taking up lumber. Mr. E. E. Protheroe, the hust- - not seriously hurt. W. A ii Davis Convention meets uitic-- mud hull frog .ith the gold get for McCormac Mowers Mrs. Rebecca Kenedy died near Mrs. W. II. Brannaman is some at Ltx jton July 12th. spectacles on .? c etc., was in Maietburg last week-here 011 the 22nd, iust. She leaves better t thU, writing. Miss Bessift Houk visited relatives at Maretburg Sunday last. s E. B. Brown is here to take in at S. W. The Southern Railway has a Miss Bessie Hoirk'spent Sunday two little girls, one aud three years Don't fotget the place. B. a line the picnic. corps of surveyors running with her fuut Mrs. Gains Adams, old, with Mr. and Mrs. White. . survey , Call or. J T Gentry at the 'deppt from Burgin to Jellico. This Don't forget Adam's Grove pic- - who is no better. Mt. Vernon. Ky., June 30, 1899 will pass through Lancaster and nV Every body went to the show ior narness, bridle and saddle re UtJ fnlu tit Little Miss Ethel Brown who llil. ri JKJ fin Mt. Vernon. The engineers are pairs has been ill for many 'months, is and all were delighted, The news ai ec Cotercdatthe Mt. Verm..!, Kjr., Mrs. Lou Boulware, of Kington, now in Garrard and will ' reach i. that it will be back here Thursmall matter able to up rgaiti. Jeffries, the pugilist, has gone Rockcastle at an earl) date. Gar- is visiting relatives at this place. tV". . day night. into the saloon business in New rard proposes to give the right of Mr. C. M. Cummins bought of Mrs. W. H. Brannaman of near " Mrs. Browning, who has been York. Mr. Mat Pike, his entire stock of way. What will Rockcastle do. Wildie, will be taken to Staniord merchandise, which he will move visiting her mother, Mis. MaGee, It is said that Gov. Bradley will Our people should get a hustle on Infirmary this week. returned to her home in Ohio.,K '' to his saw-mion Copper creek, offer $500 foi the assassin of Tom themselves and offer all the induce Frank Kirby the wagoner, farmTrace chains at 30c' per pair; Baker. Will Sheriff White claim ments they can towards securing LIVINGSTON. this new road. We would suggest er, etc', has charge of the transporLouisville & Naxhvillc R. R. Co. breast at 30 cents per pair. Tongue it? that our business men call a mcet-in- d tation department of Gustavison's at 50 cents per 'pair at S. W. Mrs. W. M. Haver, of Lebanon Davis'. & N. LOCA.L TIME CARD. atfd discuss plans of the work Sta vera ill. There arc others who can pad L Junction, is visiting her parents, beDay Mail North 11:05 a in saddles, halt sole shoes make har- to be done. Don't think that Our clever County Attorney, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Orndorff, this line ness &. Call and see me J. T. cause Rockcastle is in a direct . Day Man fcouui . Get TuoRiiouonRKD Poultry.. 1:57 p Judge Colyer, has been holding a week. that the road is neccessary compell- convention of his own Choice stock aud eggs from Night Ex. North a m Gentry near depot Mt. Vernon. 1:32 under the ed to come through it. Night Ex. South J. H. Hagar was at Corbin last thoroughbred Brown Leghorns and am We 1:44 shade trees in front of th court extend a hearty invitation Games. Eggs 15 for 75 cents. J. A. Landrum, Agent. Last fall I sprained my left hip house from 6.30 a. m. to 4 p. m. week to see his brother. to every one to come and exaiiiiue Mr. aud Mrs. Will wright are Also Toulouse Goose eggs 12 for our goods and if we cant sell you fthile handling some heavy boxes. daily since the Democratit State $1.00. Write J. T. Hackmjy, Jr., I CHURCHES. as cheap as'any one, we do not ask The doctor called on said at first convention has been in session at visiting relatives and friends at Danville, Ky. Chribtlnn Ilolila ncrvices lot A 3r I Sunday It was a slight strain and would Louisville. Democracy is the only Parksville this weik.. your trade Houk & Son 11 a. in. nmt ntC:30i. in. it soon be well, but it grew worse and thing discussed. Dispather Mudd and family have Livingston will soon have coal the doctor then said I had rheumaFor Salk. Three houses and Presbyterian Holdo services on the 1th returned from an extended visit to Sunday bins, a steam shovel etc. It begins tism. It continued to grow worse The following is a letter from Geo lots in Orlando also a good farm on relatives. Williams, Davis, I. T: to look like that place will be a aud 1 could hardly get around to Cove branch 135 acres. Good Baptist Cliurcli Services on the Second good sized town at no distant day work. Mrs. W. B. Dillion returned buildings and out houses. Good In consideration of this west-ter- n I went to a drug store and Sunday night Saturday nnd Sunday. country, the Chickasaw Na- Sunday from a visit to her parents grass land as well as highly proSchool nt a in every Sunday. Prayer and a place of considerable impor- 'the druggist recommeuded me to ductive fot other crops. Well watance in many ways meeting on Tuesday nights. trv Chamberlaiu's Pain Balm. I tion is the best paitof this gieat at Stanford. f Indian Territory. All kinds of Dr. Pettus was in Crab Orchard tered. At a bargain apply to Sigtried it and of a S. C. Franklin has just received bottle cured me entirely. I now crops do well Fruits do well. It MASONIC. nal or J. B. Owens, Orlando. tf. last week on Uusiiiess. a new polishing lathe which is a recommend it to all my friends. F. is very seasonable in this country, CIO uieeis 2rd Ashland Lodge No. Sam MaGee is home visiting his 10 A :. valuable addition to his watch and A. Babcock, Erie, Pa. It is for Rich loomy soil, easily cultivated, Chocolates, bon bons, :peuny brothers, Tolin and Harry. clock work shop. This with his sale b M, C. & D. N. Williams No such thing as having to fertil goods and eveiything in confections newjewiling lathe receutly added Druggist. Mr. Poynter and family, ofjel All cream goods ize our land in this rich country. LOCAL and OTHERWISE. 35 cents per lb, at makes his shop'. complete, and none is considered the finest stock lico have moved to this place and D. C. Payne's store, Crab'Orcha'rd. It CARD OF THANKS. better outside the cities. country in the west, grass is fine, taken rooms at Mrs! Sue Mullius, After a pleasant stay of some- plenty feed raised, which is cheap, Mrs. W. T. Short is visiting in Misses Josaphine and Anna May Fred Krueger, of this place sething over two years in Mt. Ver- aud also making business very Would Not Suitfr So Again Lexington. Stephens returned last Saturday cured the contract br building the non I take this means of express- profitable. We have a smooth i'or Fifty Timf.s Its Price. from a visit to friends at Crab OrLeslie Win Baker was here from Tuttle court louse at Hyden, ing my appreciation of the kind agreeable climate, no long cold I awoke last night with severe chard. county at $11,850. Work will belast Saturdy. treatment extended me and my winters nor desperately hot sum pain in my stomach. I never felt gin within next ten days. Quite R. A. Welsh lias been seriously employers 6y the citizens of Mt. mer. A man can go out doors and Mr. anu Mrs. L,ee Webb are so badly in all my life. When I a number of men will go from this ill but is improving. Vernon and Rockcastle county. work with comfort nearly every visiting the latters parents. Col. came down to work this uiorning I place to work on the job. Business changes requires me to day in the year. This country is and Mrs. A. N. Bantley.felt so weak I could hardly work. The L & N will make very low The marriage of Mr. Samuel take employment elsewhere aud I very healthy. Plenty good water I went to Miller & McCurdy's drug rates on July 2 3 and 4th. E. E. Protheroe was with our Kinsey and Miss Rose E. Klein of leave on or about July 1st, with the for both man and beast. It is fast store and they recommended Chammerchants here Friday. 'Mrs M. C. Miller and Children a is Laugford berlain's Colic, Cholera and announced. The kindest feeling and the best wishes filling up with a good class of visiting in Anderson county. Wm. Carpenter and Miss Mattie young couple will be Remedy. like home" for your happiness and prosperity. Mt. Vernon Signal A blind bridle for 65c Davis'. W-T- .' ! Cti. Pot-offic- e x ll - I 111 D one-hal- so-ce- Mon-da- y & - Diar-rhot- "at after July 1st 2102 La Fayette St. Sincerely youtc, white people, state in the Union, It worked magic and one dose fixed me all cpm-Iipu- is andtyaSShe - HPm f&a.l '' VHKwJ , 11 ' . eU - iuug right. It certainly is the finest thing I ever used for ' stomach trouble. I shall not be without it in my home hereafter, for I should not care to endure the sufferingsot last night again for fifty MinresaStB price. G. H. Wilson Ljvtetyaian, Burgcttstown, Washington Co., Pa. This remedy is for sale by M C. & D, N, Williams. How can it be done? But it is easy for S. V DaA's. Half-sol- e mens' and boy's shoes for 30c, 40c, and 50 cents per pair. Halfoole boy's shoes for 25c. Half-sol- e girl's shoes for 15c and 25c. Half-solLadies' shoes for 25c and 35c. I will put a pad in your saddle for Si 00 up to 2 50. I have had fourteen .years experience in the leather business and guaiautee best jvorkman.ihip. e it; ,n -- 1 1 s, GRAND PICNIC Phil-begi- n at COURT CALENDAR. Adams' Grove dayCounty Court. Fourth Mon in each month. Quarterly Court. Fiist near day in January, April, July aud October. Second Mon Brodhead, Ky dayCircuit Court.Fourth Monday in February, Mon- on in May and Third Monday in Sep tember. " July 4th. Mt. Vernon Police Court; Third Monday in each month. Professional Cards. P. A. Pennington, I). D. S.; M. D. - ...... DE1MTST, N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts. LOUISVILLE, KY. Will be at Miller House, Mt. Vernon during all Circuit Courts. C. C. Attomey-aLaw, WILLIAMS, AIt. r Vernon Ky. c,Office on 2nd floor of new brick on Church street. Special attention given to collections. G. W. McCLURE. Attroney-atLaW- nggie-gatin- ten-doll- i Mt. Vernon, Ky. All business entrusted to my care will receive prompt attention. Office on Second floor of new brick on Church street. . ( p 1 "g 1- - - .! M "Durability is Better Than Show." not equal to good health. RtchlS Without health arc a curse, and yet ihl rich, the middle classes and the podf alike have, in Hood's Sarsaparilla, & valuable assistant in getting and maintaining perfect health. Is 77te wealth NEWS of the bod& SaUabwtiuq HTrT M f 'ITirT'll I I ii Mm w & A COSTLY ERROR. Tbe Merchant Thonnlit the Amcnor Wan a Ileprescntntlvc at Urnilstrcct'a. One of the lawyers says that a client of his is the hero of this story, and that it happened here within a year or two. A man from the assessor's oliice went into the store of a llcbiew merchant in the pursuit of his duties. The two had a slight acquaintance, so that the assistant assessor did not think it necessary to explain his business. He was rather surprised when, in answer to his questions, the storekeeper proceeded to dilate on the value of his stock. ''De finest in any store of de size in de city. It issn't vort' u cent less than 5,000."then, "Suppose I put it down at that, eaid the assessor's man. "Do it. Do it," said the proprietor. "Yer von't maig no mistake." So the assessor's man did it. There was lamentation in the sjor'e when the tax bill showed the proprietor that he was taxed on ?5,000 pcisonal, and he rushed over to the assessor's office with all possible speed. "Vat iss dis? Vat iss dis!" he asked them, excitedly. "I have no personal but do stock in my store. I'm a liar if it's vort rSOO. Come down and look it ofer." They told him that the records showed that he had given the figuie to the assistant assessor. His hands went up over his head in horror. "My goodness, ray goodness!" he shouted. "Vas dat your man? I thought he vas from Uradstreet's." Worcester ths r YACHTING. With nearly ull who nre seeking n place to bpuiitl the ueatioti time, or to live for the summer season u prime requisite is suitable water for sailing. There are niuny desires and different ideas on this subject as on fishing or any other sport, l'or some racing alone is attractive, for others long cruises with frequent stopovers making good harbors necessities, and then there nre a great many who desire quiet water and with whom safety is the first thought. Long Island with its two hundred and fifty miles of coast line offers to every class of sailor his hearthave found the felt desire. sail around Long Island one of the most attractive and varied courses known. Along the track of the big liners on the Ocean or South Shore, or down the Sound with its numberless bays, beautiful harbors nnd safe nnchoragc; tho harbors surrounded ns they arc by wooded hills, beautiful towns nnd picturesque villages, abrupt bluffs and stretching beauties of the South Shore give new pleasures each day. In the Sound thn early trials of nil the famous racers which have successfully defended the cup against nil comers for years have been made. Many of the most famous clubs have fine houses nnd every possible comfort for the yachtsmen. On the South Shore there is nnother attraction in its Great South Bay, Shinne-coc- k Bay and the many connections separated from the Ocean by Fire Island. While the water Is constantly changing, and the breezes meet little obstruction, there nre no heavy rollers nnd white caps, and the fnctorof safety Is raised to a very high point. The Yiir-htsmr- A i -ft if FA. "3 JRpJIS doesn't want to bo asked Ills Unt It Took the Iljutnndcra to Sec the Humor of the reasons for everything he docs. Nine ATTEMPTED KILLING. Sltiutloti. times out of ten he doesu't know vvt By Four Feet Assnsslns Missed Shooting they arc himself, A lot of people were present at an auction Don't try to npo your rich neighbors, llererlr Dakar and Edward Garrard, oi Japanese goods the other day. and nng your husband for the money sale Near Manchester. "How much rti I bid for this cxquisito ho cannot afford to give you. Have the vase?' asked the auctioneer, holding it BAnnounsviLLE, Ky., June 27. Somo courages nnd Independence to ncccpt Kiove his head. "One dollar," responded an elderly lady, details hare been received hero of the your life us you find It, and make the ittint in one of the fiont scats. licverly Baker most of it. attempted killing- of "That's a shame," cried the man with tho hammer. "This vase, as a work of art, No ono cvsr realizes her most nnd Edward Garrard, near Manchester four times the sum. Why. look at it, expectations of happiness. You worthan intelligent audience allow such a Saturday. Four shots were fired from Will bushes on a hill opposite Baker's house will never bo quite so happy as you ex- oScntlcc f "A dollar and, a quarter," came in tho on Goose creek. Ono lodged in the pected to be, but you must not grieve same woman's voice. door jamb four feet from where- Baker over that. Take the goods the gods pro"Well, well, well! Can't you see that this bo thankful. is a treasure, and you stand here and nllow was sitting. Beverly is a cousin of vide, nnd The average man expects n good dcnl it to be given away for such a paltry sum?" Torn Baker. "A dollar and a half." Again it was tho of his wife. He wants her to stay at As Edward Garrard was en route speaking. homo when he is out. He doesn't know same bidder and a half! The very ideal" "A dollar from his homo to his farm tbreo why; neither docs she, but It Is so. He ejaculated the auctioneer. "I never saw tho strangers approached and asked "him wnnts her to bo there when lie comes like. Come, good people, what is the mean, to take a drink of whisky. When he home. It doesn't seem right If she Is ing of this? One of the mikado's special designs slighted in such a manner! It is a refused they said they would shoot uot. reflection on your tnstc." him If he did not. Garrard was nirald said the solitary "A dollar Don't go to standing on your dignity tho liquor might bo poisoned and with your husband, for it doesn't pay. bidder. go "I cannot was. tin talked awhile regarding it, giving Your husband Is a man, and men have man's reply. let it too for that," piccious. costly, too "It is hrce of his farm hands tirao to over- many nnd varied peculiarities which and too rare in pattern. Wake up, or I'll take him, which they did, and tho are totally Incomprehensible to women. put it back in the box." "Two dollars," the woman said. strangers disappeared. The Garrards Do not try to understand them, for you "Well, it doesn't seem as if 1 can get any cannot, and that Is all there Is about it. more, so here goes. Two dollars once, are Baker supporters. three s If you are going to be married make twice,shamefultimes! Sold to a lady there at figure." that A Move for Lexington. tip your mind that you will be patient The lady stepped up, Lexington, Ky., June 27. Tho ina- through the first two or three years her vase, and departed,paid for and received apparently without bility of the democrats to inako any while you arc getting used to each noticing the smiles of the audience. Cinnomination at Louisville caused lead- other. This is the crucial period In mar cinnati Enquirer. ing democrats of this section to unite ried life, nnd If It is passed In safety It Is Monday in a strong petition to Rhea, generally fairly plain sailing afterGREAT LEGAL VICTORY. Bronston, James and other leaders of ward. Don't think your Ausband has ceased Value of on Honored Trndc Name Up forces to make rt fbjht tho held by the United Slntca to Ignore Chairman Bcdwinc, elect, an- to love you it lie sliould go to tl.e olllcc Circuit Court. chairman and adjourn tho con- sometimes without nny little sentimentother al scene in the hall, such as you always vention to Lexington by uniting- the The California Fig Syrup Co., of San had on occasions of parting in your d n forces. courtship days. A man cannot live up Francisco, has just won n legal victory to this sort of thing very long. It is too which Is of utmost public Interest, as It Shooting; nc a ricnlc establishes judicially n fact long recog27. At a much of a strain on hls.mcmory. Ky., Juno SrniNOFiKi.n, If your husband earns a good living nized ethically that the nnmc or tho picnic held on Beech river, near here, title of an article is valuable property, J. Will Burkhcad shot Davo BobbetU do not go from home to earn some entitled to the sume protection ns chatmoney for yourself. Tho man is the The shooting Is said to have been untels or commercial paper. The comprovoked. The wound Is not necessar- natural provider for Ids family, and it pany mentioned manufactures nn exIs better that he should remain so. He Burkhcad Is the same man will respect himself more, nnd you will cellent laxative which has been extenily fatal. who, by the nllcgcd stealing- of the af- respect him more. Keep tho house, sively advertised and acquired a valufections of tho wife of Bob Mattlngly, make home pleasant, and do the best able reputation under the nninu "Syrup caused the latter to kill his wifo and you can with the means at your com- of Figs," or "Fig Syrup." Trading on the reputation of this remedy other then himself about a month ago. mand. N. Y. Weekly. manufacturing concerns applied tho Burkhcad lus not bc5n arrested. same name to laxative medicines mado ON AND OFF THE STAGE. A l'rotcit From Mercer County. by them. The California Fig Syrup IlAimoDsnrno, Ky., June 27. A mass Camtllc D'Arvlllc has gone into vau- Co. took the matter in the Urited States convention held Monday, passed reso- deville nnd will make $50,000 a year as courts and obtained a permanent Inlutions Indorsing John B. Thompson much ns President McKlulcy receives junction, of which the follo'vlng- Is the text: for his course In behalf of the nomi- from the nation. "It Is thereupon ordered, nation of Hon. I'. Wat Hardin for govIn Austrian theaters no one Is permit- decreed, that tlio Injunction adjudjed and and restrainernor and condemned tho intcrfcrcnco ted to nppearou the stage in a uniform ing order heretofore mado herein bo conof tho Louisville municipal poltco bearing uny rmwnblanec to those nsytl tinued until final decreo licrcln, and to that end that an Injunction bo Issuci ns prayed force in the state democratic conven- In the army of that country. for In the bill of complaint lieioln. strictly tion. The resolutions wcro signed by In some comments on the perform- commanding and enjoining tho defendants, 100 democrats. ance of "Hamlet" nt an Albany theater Clinton E. Worden & Company, a corporaA local ritlc, with the aid of n careless tion. J. A. Bright, T. F. Uacon, E. Little, C. Schmolz nnd Lucius Little, and each Dooming Johnston. compositor, spoke of the hero nsji'the andJ.all of them, their and each and all of Lexington, Ky., Juno 27. Tele- JIIUHIIICIIUI,) n...n" i flf'Si their agents, employees, workmen, servi.ai.. ....ants, attorneys and counselors, from grams from half a hundred leading Hippie "Which of tho nctor7fi?l using or selling any liquid laxative democrats wcro sent to Loulsvlllo play Impressed you most medicine, marked with tho namo 'Syrup Monday night to convention delegates IHggle-- Vfe of Figs,' orvFIg Syrupi oranyvjolo urging them to nominate Maj. P. O. Bloozin "lie gavcie two. uckcm lor imitation or tt or selUng,anji Johnston, ot this city, for gofornor. fne'ehovr." Iloxbuff- Gnerflei, m boxesi wranmlai Maj. Johnston is tho retiring state "Wilklns said tho ,pnrkof jtnmft tho namo oVnilli ,.!. chairman and has a strong personal Hamlet lost night (is well nsiPWnlgt same; n.. 'nil.' nnlnrnhlft Imitation o any making, using or selling A man - IN KENTUCKY. TO GIRLS ABOUT TO MARRY. SHE GOT IT. He dollars to New York for the purpose of finding out 'how to make a hundred dollars o day? " "And did he find out?" "Yes. He received a letter containing a slip on which these words were printed: 'Get a job in a mint.' " Chicago Times-Heral- "A man in I.onrncd How. Jo Daviess county sent two Confcnnlon of bril-Ha- A millionaire confessed the secret of his success in two words hard work. He said he put in the best part of his life in gaining dolfars and losing health, nnd now he was putting in the other half in spending dollars Hostct-te- r to get back health. Nothing-equals Stomach Bitters for restoring health to the overtired body and brain. It gets at the starting point tho stomach and overcomes nervousness, sleeplessness, dyspepsia and indigestion. s a Millionaire. Nell Did you meet Miss Gotrox's fiancee? Belle Yes; he's no Italian count. "How do you know?" "He shakes your hand around in a circle as if you were an organ." Philadelphia Record.. Do Vonr "oot Ache nnd Born? Bhalto Into your shoes, Allen's Foot-Easa powder for tho foot. It maliostlghtorNow Cures Corns, Bunions, Bhoci feel Eusv. Swollen, Hot, Callous, Sore, nnd Sweating Feet. All Druggists and Blioo Stores sell Address, It. 23c. Snuiplo Bent FREE. , Allen S. Olmsted, Lo Roy, N. Y. e, Uetrnycd Himself. Why let your neighbors know it? And why give them a chance to gucsa you are even five or ten years more? Better give them good reasons for guessing me other way. It is very easy; for nothing tells of age so quicKiy as gray nair. seventy-five,- " . Whenever a young wife proposes to bake her own bread in order to save five cents a week, the man who has put on the market an infallible cure for dyspepsia smiles like a cat that has just eaten the canary. Nau-voo Helps Trndc. Bustler. antl-Goeb- nnd Fever is a bottlo of Guove's Tasteless CniLL Tonic. It is simply Iron andquinino in u tasteless form. No cure no pay. PricOOc. The Ilct Prescription for Chill. is a youth-renewe- r. HIs Way. Ikenstein Vat vould you do oaf Fortune vas to fcnoog at your door? Pull her in undt sell her Grabbenheimer tomedings I Puck. Stone-Har- f July on Hie C. II. & D. Ily. Hnlf rof o tickets will bo sold to nil points ontlioC. H.&D.ny. for the Fourth of July. TicketH will bo good going July u uuu 4, uuu good returning up till JUly 5 1UC1UMVO. Fourth In a few years the people out west will be tugaged in lynching the automobile thieveu. Washington Post. To Cure n Cold In One Bay Take L,nxntlvo Bromo Qulnluo Tablets. All druggists refund money if li fails to cure. 2oc. Hicks "Does your wife ever ask you for Hicks "She monev?" Wicks-"Nev- er." must be a wonder." Wicks "But she fre quently tells me to give her some." BostoD In the Xcvv West. - luxuriant growth of hair the color of youth. it never tans to restore color to gray hair. It will stop the nair from coming out also. It feeds the hair bulbs. Thin hair becomes thick hair, and short hair becomes long hair. It cleanses the scalp; all dandruff, and prevents its formation. We have a book on the Hair which we will gladly send you. benO- es It hides the age under a It V.11 .In nnf nht.iln all tho flts you expected from tliousoot tho Vleor. write tho doctor nbout It. Probably there l somo difficulty with your general system which AdurCSS. miv tin nnftllv1 rpmoveil. ., , , " " AyCr, L.UWC1I, 4TIU9V. LT. J. f Transcript. . m a special dye for wool and a special ye for cotton. They want to sell you two packages, when one would do, that is, if that one is Putnam Fadeless Dyes. 10c per package. Don't be bulldozed by manufacturers of old fashioned dyes, into believing that it re- - 444v-v-v-vv-j Ranches, Mines and It's a good memory that sometimes adChicago mits of discreet forgetfulness. Daily News. ' For Whooping Cough PIro's Curo is a successful roroedv. M. P. Dieter, 07 Throop Avu., Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 14, 'tl. own loplci.s "Does Col. Blood see qoijTce?" "Shouldnftl " ,.- - r. 4 lie annus JF" iui livu.",-Cn re rice, 7Cc. Orchards Arc the basis of productive wealth In mak-lin- g, New MexicoArizona, California h.-r..- " nnA,lf j.i.--r cattle afiftftl'P OIiuJi - Bloozin-"Windc- rly." - frHuygfK fim.r,cwH htv-ncte- d following. Instructed for Stone. 77 4 Versailles, Ky., June 'J7.' Woodford republicans Monday instructed for Samuel II. Stone for governor. A persistent effort on part of two or thrco men to force Instructions for Ycrkes threw tho convention into great excitement and pandemonium reigned for somo time. Tho convention was four to one for Stone. Urent-Grnnds- vxf r. i ' It had been thero actlnir It hlraficUiSH! believe him." "You do?" "rcB.MrfR wasn't a bit of life in lilm." CbTKgO Dally News. "If Tho epidemic of Dumas' popular work dramatized had struck the town, nnd no Jess than three companies wcro producing it. "Have you seen the 'Three Musketeers?" nsked one citizen of another. "Oh, yes," was the reply, "I've seen all nine of them!" Yonkers Statesman. tion, and are known everywhere, and many a famous ynclitsmnn of took his first lessons and gained his. on these waters. skill itnd An unequaled advantage is the fact that all points on the Island arc in close tonchwith Greater Xew York by fast express trains and further by telegraph and long distance telephone. to-da- y fastest cat-boa- ts are built In this sec- Objected. 27. William O., and Mrs. Danville, Ky., Juno Newsom, near Lima, Emily Jane Gray were married hero Monday by Iter. E. M. Green. Both of the contracting parties arc past 75 years of age. Tho only objection to tho match came from a of the bride. great-grandso- n Descriptive Heading. "I'm in trouble again," said the new reporter. "Here's a story of a debate at the deaf and dumb institute. What head shall I put on it?" "That's easy," suggested the snake editor. "Make it Contest.' "Catholic Standard and Times. 'Hand-to-Hand Mutt Drcline tho Honor. Somerset, Ky., Juno 27. W. A. Morrow has announced that ho is forced to decline to run for lieutenant governor goods it buys. hTlnrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT of Kentucky before tho republican if he knows to the contrary. It's the ure upon the name of tho convention on account of his health. boy who never hud n gun In tho woods Bockcastlo republicans instructed for Hint plays with tt recklessly or points on unloaded gun at anyone. him. Ho is the son of T. 55. Morrow. Taylor fo. Governor. Laoranoe, Ky., Juno 27. At tho republican county convention held hpro Monday afternoon tho four delegates vvero instructed to cast tho votes of this county for Win. S. Taylor for governor. At Howling- Green. Bowlino Green, Ky., Juno 27. Tho republicans of Warren county instructed delegates to the stato convention for William Taylor for governor, and George A. Collett, of this city, for secretary of state. - from 'liquid laxative medicine put up In boxes, Prairie chickens are game to the last. wrappers or cartons, so as to bo like tho Golden Days. used by comcartons, wrappers or boxes plainant In connection with the liquid laxative medicine mado by It, or so ns to bo a coloroblo imitation of tho cartons marked Exhibit A, and filed In fits case, being a carton, box or wrapper used by complainant for Its liquid laxative medicine, marked nnd named 'Syrup of Figs,' or 'Fig Syrup;' "tTALoeilr- from making, using or selling any box. wrapper or carton as a wrapper or caso for a liquid laxatlvo medicine, hearing upon It tho figure of a branch of a fig tree with leaves and fruit, nnd surrounded by tho words in a circle "San Francisco Syrup of Send your name and address on a Figs Company, San Francisco, Cal.,' or any FOR OUR BOYS TO REMEMBER. similar words or figures, or any colorable postal, and we will send you our l56-Imitation of such a symbol or mark, or page illustrated catalogue free. There is lots more courage In being from making uso of, In any way, In connecliquid laxatlvo medlclno tho whipped by n larger boy than yourself tion with a using WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. namo 'Syrup of Figs Co.,' or from Sirup In n good cause than there Is In whip17G Winchester Avenue, New Haven, Conn. any namo whereof tho words 'Hgpart as ping a little fellow. It marks the dif- Co..' or 'Syrup of Figs Co,' form a conn business namo of a company, or busiference between n boy and a bully. VAJ.J;J.J.J.XXAXXJ.J.XJ.XAAJ.4.XJ,J,Xv' or corporation engnged In tho Dqn't kick your dog because you cern, of making and selling a laxative mod- ness Did you ever rim across nn old letter ? know he will forgive you. A boy that lclne." Inlrall faded out. Couldn't have been im This decision is of tnkes n mean advantage of n dog's good m.v; nature Is never the kind of n fellow portance to all nianuiaciurcru to take on n camping trip. products bear a recognized title, as vell -- IT DOESN'T FADE. conThe real hunter or sportsmnn always as a protection to the public whose Costs you no more than poor Ink. Might n largo measas well have the best trents n gun as If It were loaded, even fidence naturally rests In Hnll'M Cutnri la a Constitutional Cure Lrl&S wliercri 'T airiuKC money in forAreo namnlilfTlWiM.lNer-- 1 . ....ilnif nk,n hnm.vpkffri' 'CXCUT. sion rates. 'fi T -- J,'-Vrit- c HESTER ;iXS3 pREg? Address Ocncrnl Passenger Offlce, llie Atchison, Topcka 4 Santa Te Halfvay,. CHICAGO. 31- - I The Buckie ElMIWIWINIWminlltlwIttlMIWINIWIWIIIttltltWtWIWIIIMIMIMtf i f i 1 1 Printers' Roller gj Company 1IANUTACTUREKS OF Printers' Rollers and Composition 421 and 423 DEARBORN ST., CHICAGO. 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I wrote to you and after taking Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound as directed, can truly say that 1 feel like a new woman and cannot'tell you how grateful I aro to you. "I have recommended it to all my friends and have given It to my daughter who is now getting along splendidly. May you live many years to help our suffering sisters." Mas. C. " Deah Fr.iKND A year ago I was a great sufferer from female weakness. SHKEP-Clio'.- co GIKA1K FLOUR winter n 'tent Whcnt-- N .Sr a ..,. No. areil LAMI1B Spring CornNo. Cut-c-N- 2 mixed 2 10 7 0J 3 50 & 3 70 13 & 71 :ivm 3 " fn 27.4 & (&tl 25 4 10 . 7 10 For IafantB and Children Ilrncken County for Stone. Brooksville, Ky., Juno 27. Tho republicans of Bracken county in mass convention Monday Instructed for non. Samuol Stone for governor and passed Kje No.2 HAY Prime to cholco PROVISIONS Mes pork Lard BUTTER Unoica dairy Prime to choice cr amery.. APPLES Chrice to fancv..... POTA'IOES New. per brl .. .. CHICAGO. FLOUR-WInter T Of m& 4 0 75 4 85 3 00 l 7J 63 S 2) f4 3 50 2 CO fc It SlgnaturiLyfll J ZiV' TMI CtNTAUB T JJkF 4A'' COMHlNY, TT MUHBAY .ll-E-0O-IM--- jiflBfrITKITiWIW ' YOB CITY. In Buckingham's DyewS?,. 50ctJ. of druggists or R.P.Hll&Co.,r!ashu,N.H. Use For READERS OF TU18 PAPER Over Thirty Years The Kind You Have Always Bought ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS BUOULD INSIST UPON IIAVINO WHAT THKY ASK FOlt, KEFUSIHQ AIJj SUBSTITUTES OR IMITATIONS. desiring to Bur anytiiino GRAIN Wheal CORN-N- resolutions indorsing the national and state administrations. Instructed for Taylor. No. 2 red No. 3 Chicago Spring 2 o. OATS No. 2 PORK Mess LARU Steam NEW YORK. patent 3 3 75 7J do 72 67K 28! 28J (re 8 15 7 b 5 CO 4 3i & Mli W& Cakpenteb, 253 Grand St., Brooklyn, N. Y. eighty thousand such letters as this were received by Mrs. Pinkham during 1897. Surely this is strong proof of her ability to help suffering women. Over Hodoknville, Ky., Juno 27. Tho republicans met here Monday and Instructed delegates to the state convention to vote for W. S. Taylor for governor. Were Instructed for Tnylor. natent WHEAT No. 2 r)4 PORN No. 2 mix jd FLOUR-Winter 3 00 St ky- eOAT la 8 75 0 (n 4 10 ' imwi THE POT GALLED THE KETTLE BLACK BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE D2DITT USE EDUCATIONAL. Two hundred nnd unrt under Onotnou-an- d KradUKtocourifi. Klneuen department".Indian", and titty etude nU. Every county n IIKJISTIIAU, For cata ogue, addrenn. THK 31ESTIO.V J7JS rAi'EB. BLOOMINOrON, INDIANA UNIVERSITY lhlityeYen Rraduate MSWSK 1767 83H Mixed PORK New mess LAUD Western HALTIMORE. tan 31 0tf (ft 9 00 5 25 3 50 74 FLOUR GRAIN Wheat, No. Southern Corn-M- -.el 3 SO 2 red 7Uifs 70 32 4 4 7J 8J 4 W 4 15 lMmitiinr"TiTtrn - - SAP OLIO "',1''1'w,t1" r TtJ - ' -i- A. N. K.- -E whitino to AiivsnTisnns iviiex itiite th ut you uvr tho Advertise pleuto went In thU.puuer. 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PORK M .... -ty 3 75 h. !0 400 060 li 28) b.cuai,,, ...... ,,,, 057 3W TEETHING POWDERS Ask Tour Drueerlot for Id Costs Only S3 Cents. mr - -fi Unotkept tydrorslstsmaU25 cents to C.J. MOFFETT. M.D.,ST. LOUIS, MO. '