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VERNON, ROOKOASTLfeCOHTKY.,- FRIDAY, AUGUST MOB VIOLENCE IN GEORGI i 4, 1899., NUMBER ;-. " 4 at STATE ODDS AND ENDS. S 33-- 3 G. Jr335-3iai?3-35 I or. Cuiidler Irsues nn Appeal to tlia p'o of the tnto Ask 1 horn tOv Uphold tho Courts. l?1. . v "Imfs 1 ..mm, ytf VTHE PEOPLE ARE FLEEING. Are I oivmc IlRinptoi nnit N'wport w on Account of yellow 1'cvinr K,TJji'?J5IeiT Ones a; tho lloinc.- l.t-T- - i TH'EXINCOLN COUNW-- i ; t 1. J 3 3 333 33 33333 33333 3 TROOPS JOHN 1 ho '- BLAIR FOR GOVERNOR. INEFFECTIVE. I'opulliU BUot In Mats Convention nt Impcctor Itcport on the I'ouds lie Says I'runkfort, Ky., unit Nomlnato a An Kxtrn beislon of tho Legislature - rull tnto Tlckot. Is Not Necostary. -- Tho populist Ky July hinio contention Thursday named a fullistate ticket, John O. Ulair, of Nichols county, was nominated for governor by acclamation. Tho platform ndoptcd Indorses Wharton Darker, of Philadelphia, for president, and Ignatius Donnelly, of Minnesota, for vlco president. It tho former populist nattonal pi itforms and declares In fat or of got ernment ownership of all publlo Institutions as a means of Mlnmplng out truits, emphasizing tho government ow crshlp of railroads. It condemns thoGocbcl state election laws, as an attempt to disfranchise tho otcrs of tho state, and says further: ' "Wo rcgrol to sco that Hon. Wm. J, Dryan, for whom tho populists of Kentucky otcd In IWnfo president of tho Initcd States, by his publlo endorsement of tho ticket nominated at Loulsille, and tho platform thero adopted, assumed tho responsibility of endorsing tho criminal attempts of corrupt elements of Kentucky politics to subvert tho ballot. In order that tho populist party may bo preserved forever freo from fraud, bosslsm nnd political corruption, such as now dominates v both tho democratic and tho republican parties In Kentucky, as well as In other states, as In tho of lata spectacle ltio con dcmocratlo convention, trolled by policemen nnd othen sent thero to defeat tho wilt of tho democratic masses of Kentucky, and tho republican at Lexington, controlled by federal otllco holders, wo indorse tho policy of applying to tho management of tho pcoplo's party, as fnrnt practicable, tho principles of tho direct Icghlation in nominations and tho conduct of tho party affair." Tho following Is tho tlckot nominated; there was no opposition: l'or gocrnor, John G. Ulair, of Nicholas; llcu'crunt governor, W, It. Ilrowncr, of Logan; attorney general, John T. liashaw, of l; Louisville; auditor, Sam Graham, of secretary of stato. Ilea Koyes, of Calloway; treasurer, A. II. Cardln, of Crittenden; commissioner of agriculture, W. J Han-- n , of Mercer; supcrlntondont of publlo instruction, John a Sutherland, of Anderson; TnANKroiiT, con-cntlMar-slnl- Ky., July 30. Stato In spcetor Lester mado a lengthy report on tho Clay county situation to the governor Friday, but it contains nothing sensational. Tho report says that the killing of Tom liakcr, whllo surrounded by troops, indicates tho usclcssness of sending troops thero during tho term of circuit court; that tho present condition there docs not neccssitato a special term of court in August, but that at tho regular October term tho grand jury should thoroughly investigate tho killing of Tom liakcr and indict tho guilty man if tho evidenco will warrant it. The inspector recommends that th next legislature should give c'reuit judges moro power iu, selecting juries and that tho governor should bo given tho solo power to appoint special judges in felony cases where the regular judge can not sit. Ho thinks tho governor could havo taken no action that would havo checked tho strlfo and can do nothing now under tho law that ho has not done to solve tho problem and that an extra session of tho legislature is not at all necessary. Tho inspector's report, when read 'between tho lines, indicates that au extra session is beyond tlic realms of possibility unless a miraclo should chango tho governors present view. FitANKFOitT, A STATE CONFERENCE. Tho Anti-Corbel Together it ington, on Wcrtnojdar. tbxia-foyy!1fAoeltG0- Democrats At III Ho Called WooilUuit Park, Lex- TEflMTnilnTor uTccklOTdgoTsccond'dlstrTcT John II. Itocd, of Spencer; Third dlstrlor, Wi G Patrick, of KstilU The populist stato contention Just before adjournment Thursday night nominated G W. Hcetes, of Tlallard county, lor United States senator. Ilcevcs was a probability for tho nomination for gotornor, but was later entire J against Dlackburn. . tho May I;i.ktox, Ky., July t antl-Uocuel Live. 50. Thompson, tho daughter of 1'astor G. 13. Thompson, of tho Presbyterian church, fell 20 feet from a window. Tho fall produced a severe bruise, and rendered tho child unconscious for somo time. Her condition is critical, but the physicians say she may recover. l"ouml the llody. Initio Julia that conxcrcnco ol tlio democrats will be called to order at Woodland parlc Wednesday afternoon. So far 15 counties havo instructed delegates to be present, and on tho basis of the Louisville convention till wfll mean about 2S0 delegates. Several other counties will hold conferences Tuesday, and it is expected delegates will bo present. Maj. P. P. Johnson has left the city and will not bo present, but Gov. ISrown is expected. When llrown COO fully is nominated tho convention will claim a party cmblom and will order to bo placed at the head of the ballot. Tho Goebel ticket claims to be entitled to tho uso of the party emblem. , Aug. 1. Lkxkotox, Tho ington City railw.iy has filed a Kj-.- Laohanqi:, Ky., July 30. Tho body of Malcom Thompson, of llroolcevllle, who was drowned in the Ohio river while on his way to the democratic convention about five w eclcs ago, was found floating in the river three miles above Westport, this county. Tho body was identified Friday morning nnd sent home. Mrs. Grant Green, sr, formerly Miss Ivato Overton, died Friday after a long illness. She was tho wifo of tho lato Col, Grant Green, former state auditor nnd cashier of tho Farmers' Hank of Kentucky. I otal Holler Kxploslnn. TojirKixsviLLK, Ky., Aug. 1. Near liaycsville, Macon county, Tcnn , Tandy rishback was instantly killed by the explosion of a sawmill boiler, Ho was blown against a trco and his head mashed to a jelly. Other hands were hurt. Mrs. Grant Orion Dead. FiiANKroitT, Ky., July CO. To Improvo tlio Itonil. Lexmort-gag- o to tho Columbia Ttust company, of Ualtlmore, for Sl,fi00,000. The money raised by this mortgage will be used to improvo and extend tho street car lines, probably connecting Lexington with several surrounding towns. Coimnltteo Meeting-. LouisviLi.r, Ky., July 28. Chairman Long, of tho republican stato campaign committee, will call a meeting for Friday or Saturday w hen an advisory committeo will bo located in this city cither at tho Fifth Avcnuo hotel or the Young Men's McKinley club rooms. I'ltclier llritihenr Itelensoil. Louisvili.k, Ky., Aug. 1. Pitcher Brashcar was iclcascd by tho colonels Sunday. Ho will probably go back to association. tho western Catcher Schrcckcngost was recalled by the St. Louis club and loft the Clevelands hero Sunday night Trco Uprooteil. "I.lmSeruock" Kills Chicken. Li;xinotox, Ky., July 28. A now and fatal disease lias mado its appearance in local poultry yards. It is called "llmberucck," and is speedily reducing tho number of "springors.," It beems to bo a form of parulysls. IJy it tho chicken it attacked at tho junction of tho neck with tho back. Tho neck becomes limber, tho head falls to tho breast and tho chicken is dead. Used Some Choice Kpltliets. VANCisnuno, Ky., July 28. Mrs. Marde- sessed by Squiro Hays. Sho was on complaint of John Morris, who proved that Mrs. Spaiks had calld ed him a scorpion and a rhinoceros. bald-headebow-legg- tha Sparks has been sent to jnil in fault of tho payment of a 55 fine as- OfUclaUy Denied. FnANKFOiiT, Ky., July 28. Tho story that Gov. Hradlcy promised represen- tatives of Attorney General Taylor, republican candidate for governor, to call an extra session of tho legislature to repeal tho Goobel election law is officially denied. Mt. Stkhiixo, Ky., Aug. 1. A terrific rain and wind storm which passed over this county Saturday did great damage. It. 1!. Young's tobacco birn Tho was w lnd so was blow n away. strong that an immense treo was torn up and blown against a stock barn In which Mr. Young had taken refuge. Tho wholo end of tho barn was crushed out, and ho had a narrow escape. Smallpox In Frankfort. FnANKFOiiT, Ky., July SO. Tho city council of tho stato capital held a special session Friday, and, upon recommendation of tlio health board, again issued ordors closing all churches and prohibiting public gatherings indefinitely. A former proclamation of this kind was rescinded last week. lion J. V. 8, Illuiklmrn HI. Vr.nsAiLi.FS, Ky., Aug. 1. Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn has been a very sick man since Suuday. Ho was much better Monday and his physicians believe that ho will be ablo to sit up by Wednesday or Thursday. Tho senator suffered an attack of congestion of the kidneys. BBS EM U IBrBH HUI fcjjjil Kfl tho people of Georgia tp join lij feverish 'excitement since tho dls- ' and put an end to mob cry of yellow fovcr at tho Soldiers state. The governor believes iiQkflS me. scores of paoplo took auvan p only way to restore a dondftiG .Ml HIU UldV nnnn.hmllv W l.intrn W. irvmuuivj r, .wuf. ncaeb nnd trnnnuilltv nnd to birii to place. end to lawlessness that hasbcerrmd Sinday night aspcclal train loft Old .' . fested in different parts of olnt with fully 300 of tho guests of is for tho people to uphold the c6fl Ita hotels. f ln.tnAMi tn 41, a (nn)h nf Tlinatme nrT. aid them in bringing to speedy Jus) and. all criminals, nnd by thcr''stra joining tho soldiers' home, is suspend force of a vlrilo public sentimd ed. It is difllcult to obtain informa- 'tlon 'from tho home. The entra'nee bring punishment to tho lawbrcakj KY.-'and, in.fact, all points fiom which esof --,U kinds. V,r- 'I'linr, (l, nnM.nn. 4.1I. n ...w.. ,uu ivv...f. ,iiia ui viivi cape is possible, arccarefully guarded. And continuously under same management for 29 years. proaenps ncapocl upon tlio stato oyn iato .Monday afternoon a Solicits your Bank account Hoping such buss;ness rela; repeated outbreaks and says: pAiiiiV led guard of lgjllamptonlans with Win- purity of the fair mothers and daua cuesicr riuc&.wuni. to mo uomo tens-sls- t tions will prove materially profitable and pleasant. in enforcing tho quarantine regutcrs of Georgia must and shall bo pi V' lations. served, and at the same time tho liv Chesapcako & Ohio trains and liberties of all of the law abldif have discontinued their scrvico to the Negroes in Georgia must and bhall S." .Lynn. protected. Arson and burglary and NEWi'onrWETfs. "Va., Aug. J. J. J. Williams, a day of intense exciteraenfover Ihc sassination and robbery and rave m Shanks'. William Gooch. J: E. Cash: - .' yellow fever outbreak at tho National S. H. be stopped, and at the same time lyn law must stop. The goo d' of boHi soldiershomo Newport, rested Mondaj A.- - W. Carpenter. H. CumminsT J.' B, OWsley. races and tho fair namo of tho state" with ajfqellng of comparative security. iThe city officers and the varioui" demand this. t "Tho ordinary processes of tho lay municipal bodies havo been busy since EB.' aro amply sufficient to punish iBl caryxMonday morning tnd It is fell crimes. Our judges aro puro nnd U- notvTihsit no loopholohaa b.cen lefl M.-ncorruptible. Onr juries aro composes whiclvtlip scourge may find its way to 0 of our most intelligent, upright metit thiErcfty.irhe latest report from tht -ic " i who seldom mako mistakes. Th h6mo.glves the, total nutnbei 'soldls 9? often makes mistakes, and the inn oi cases,as iiuu mcrcaso oi tnrcii uur ' cent aro mado to suffer with thcgtwH; inythefyl& j.u ucvit uuuws wiicro to biuji, ,v 'ft ercMttJBb death Monday after' after punishing tho guilty, drw Jijany lJieuriivcrsallipttnowis thai with tho blood of ono victim, it tiitriiia lift uiscase will bo contined within the hiBiXs,. for tho blood of another and often ind thb authorities at tho exnresa eonfldnneo tbnt thii rlliccs on tlio altar o vengca nHVe Ht Jy? fit bo done, thoso who arc guiltless of any crim Tho town of Hatnptonl j A.3XrX3 "Wo must away with the mob. .'wf'Hin ich is in close proximity to tho sol must ers home, early Monday morning cs- tho law. Wc rcstoro tho altar of reason ao(5" -hlihcd a. cordon 6 police-e. to atr has, tho j ftpproaches down the altar that pas-slo. ho reservation. Notwithstanding VU. IllJUiUbtiUU mUMUKJlUV KIT..' precaution Newport .Newt ot oitnc wnuo-ino-. ,: . vJjv .ri wwmnniiiM imnaiHiiaiM ii3 i, - "At r ,'., Lffa . v-- . "." iortueiirmiinrwrviiBHiKKJBVTa t fmwrfy tafiwfraiBuin. articiwbKetsns.Corflns. -Caskets Robes. Linon Bosdm3Ci and Collars. Can Metallic Caskets 'arii protect tjho virtue of hoywefei?n of county. Thus this city, which is nearGeorgia. ly tonrolles' from the infected point, . Have Embalming Done on Notice "Lynch law docs not stop at arson, has tho advantago of practically s nor murder, nor robbery, nor "rape. dbublo quarantine on land. A tug This requires tho strong power of the boat patrols the river to prevent the Orders by Telegraph or Telephone Promptly Attended to Dau or Mflht. statute law sustained by n healthy, evasion of quarantine restrictions by vigorous public sentiment means of boats. The danger lino "I would appeal," continued (Jov. ashore is guarded by an adequate force Candler, "to all officers of tho state, of special policcvien. Tho street railcivil and military, urging them to re- way company was prohibited Monday member that tho dignity and the fair morning from running cars between namo of Georgia aro in their keeping. and this city. I would appeal to them to remember Although hundreds of people left the that they aro tho guardians of tl.o city Monday on account of the scaro peace and happiness of tho people of their departure Is regarded with indifYa&s the state. It is their duty to appre- ference aud amusement, rather than W&& hend nnd bring to justice all who vio- as a judicious precaution, by tho great Mt. late tho law, whether it be the Negro majority who stay at home. Tho city who commits rape or tho whlto man council Monday night ap roprlated Wo carry Drugs, OhomlcalB, Paints, Oils, who kills him for tho crime. Tho $10,000 for immediate uso in maintaingrand juries must realize that it is as ing the quarantine. Varnishos, Patent Modlolnos, Fancy Soaps, much their duty to ferret out and reCigars, Tobaccos, &o. turn truo bills against members of tho AFTER PRIZE MONEY. ProsorlptlonB carefully oompoundod at nil mob who lynch a murderer as it is to v return a truo bill against tho murderer Kr. A dm Sampson Illes fult Libeling tho hours. fcpanis li VI r Veol Maria Teresn nnd himself." Mlsc?ll i ne inn hturot. Give uo n call for goods usually kept In a POLICEMAN PLEADS GUILTY. flrst-olas- s drugstore Washington, Aug. l. Itr. Adtri. Win. Ho Stolo a Gold Watch, Cliiln and Iwo T. Sampson has filed a suit In the suCharms Fiom the Drrtd llody of 1'roil-drpremo court of the district, libeling tieorgo II, IChontli, New York. the Spanish vessel of war, Marie New Yomc, Aug. 1. Policeman Teresa, and miscellaneous stores and Thomas F. O'Brien Monday plead guil- supplies captured upon her and other ty of grand larceny in the second de- Spanish war vessels. In his bill ho gree. O'Brien was charged with hav- says that ho Lrings tlio suit in his own ing stolen a gold watch, a chain and two behalf, and also in behalf of all officers charms from tho body t George B. and enlisted men of tlio United States Khoads, ' president of tho Stuy vesant navy who served with tho United Fire Insuranco company, who was run States naval forco and took part in the over and killed by an Eighth avcnuo uaval engagement off Santiago on July electric car on Juno 10. 3, 1S98, nnd in captures mado subseO'Brien accompanied the body in tho quent thereto. ambulance to a hospital and relatives Adm. Sampson says that tlio fleet of Ithoads subsequently discovered tho of tho United States was acting robbery. Tho chain and charm wcro under his immcdlato command, as com: returned to tho relatives and it was mander in chief; that Commodore Win-fieldiscovered that it was O'Brien who had Hockor, Hnydon, W. P. Walton, J. H. Colllor, M. D. Elmoro, J. J, W. S. Schley was tho commanding ofgiven them back. F. Itold, T. P. Hill, S. H Bauarhman, W. A. Trlbblo, S. T. Harris his ficer of a division of tho fleet under A pawn tlckot for tho watch was and M. J. Miliar. ouler nnd Capt French L. Chadwick found on O'Biicn. Tho maximum sen- was fleet captain or chief of staff. He accounts of tho citizens of Rockcastle nnd adjoining counties tence is fivo years. .recites the capture of the Spanish ves- Wc solicit tlio assuring thcin prompt and careful attention to all business Intrusted to sels and says that tho captured propBALTIMORE QUARANTINES. us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view to business relations, renpcctfully invited. erty has been or will be surveyed, apNo Uonti 1ha Touch ut Hampton, Jew- - praised and inventoried, adding: McRobortB, Cnsliler, Jno. port Nrws or Old l'olnt Comfort M 111 "This will show that tlio Teresa was J. S. Ilockcr, Prcs., Uo Allowed to Luml. worth 5700,000 over and abovo tho cost A. A. McKinnoy, Ass't Cashier. Baltimotie, Aug. 1. Dr. a Hampson of recovery." Ho asks a rule upon tho secretary of Jones, health commissioner of this city, announced Monday night that a the navy to show cause why tho value rigid quarantine has been declared of tho captured property shown, or against tho towns of Newport News, which maybe shown, by tho survey Hampton and Old Point Comfort, Va., appraisal and inventory should not bo on account of tho prevalence of yellow dopositcd with the treasurer or assistant treasurer of tho United States, fever in that vicinity and thatitwould subject to tho order of tho court In bo rigidly maintained. this cause. Everything Iu No boats touching at cither point in tho order will bo allowed, to Colored Odd rollout Meet. land passengers from thoso places, nor Dayton, O., Aug. 1. Tho national will persons coming hero by train from meeting of Grand United Oddfollows Iho quarantined towns bo pormlttcdjto began horo Tuesday. Soveial thousand enter this city. Dr. Jones does not are expected. Tho parado Thursday fcarthat yellow fever will reach Ba tl- - will eellrso anything ever attempted morc, or become epidemic in any case, by colored peoplp In Ohio. Noted membut hJ deems "an ounce of nreventk ti' bers of the order and all tho uniformed GOODS AT LIVING PRICES, I .inks will bo here. a eocil thine at this Hire. W WIM H vioU-tviCi- Atlasta,-- ' Ga., Aug. 1. Qov. Caj ler Mondnjt night issued an appei Aii'TOX, Vn., Aug. hls usual- .tranquil"' Vcnvn has been in a stfltc (l ; fl I Hill A I ,QF STANFORD, KY. l,n-ft-- 1. thl Capital $100,000. STAMFORD, , Successors to Farmers Bank Trust 60:,. sell-appoi- DIEJEGTOES. E i .'"J. OwsleySr. '' W, j S. II.. Shanks, President. m 'W. J. Owsley, 'Cashier. Bright, Asst. Cashier. '. f - J ' 1 WILLIS GRIFFIN,, Frn laisrlaker -- ""L t' I 'i 1 V & wt -- Funeral DireGtor, 0 'V W '"t f cJbr.TxMmmrMXBMMw ? . .... "'W ucorg'MMnHMf Sjrr T MT. VERNON, -- ff'&i jj r i' Furnish Short and Easy Terms. s. iiimm 5 Druggists and Pharmacists. IMlll & WESLEY Vernon, Ky. f55S T(I mfm nt BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock, $100,000. Surplus, $17,320. d DIRECTORS a J. GO TO JONAS MeKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY., For Dry Goods, Olothing, Boots and Shoes, General Merchandise. BrST t v ' F VI 1 - Mt Vernon Signal i ... -- . Land, Stock, Holtzclaw five, CropJJ .' "Mil :Jfe M "'.. iff. COLLYER & UNDERTAKERS, KliiAV. Aug. 4 1890. Pernu & Pence bought of Frank car loads of hay at $8. A Princeton miller bought 3,000 bushels rf old wheat, in Hardin r.t 70c. Col. W. I Published every Friday by mrtffiiiffiW" KnSTrJysMSI Jlr.Mr,.!m&xJHK .My 3nfiPaB2i??,&. uHnPiafllHnt OWENS KY. IS'- :' AMI'S MARET. SrilSCKU'fluN ONK YKAK $1.00 r.,i IL Dudderar ti . t? t...ii -1. r sold to .. ... I . 1 57" . TWlTr E y;y .. tlJverthhtg $2 at rales made known on ' application Tim dailv Interior Journal, issuC. C. Gover sold to J. II. Boone ed by G. C Kelk-- and A. G. Hufflambs 5c, seven at 3c, seven man dur"m the Hustonville fair, 31 wethers at 3cand a buck at 2c5 was a gem. 1 he Paris Kentuckian reports sales of 109 export cattle, 1,360 pounds, at 5c and 200 stock ewes The Louisville Post says but the .Post, no decent man would at $3..5. Interior read or quote from it. O. P. Huffman of William r the crib Greer sold to I. F. Shelby J. 26 stock hogs at 3cand to Morris Fred a cow and calf for $32. Caskets m stock. Orders by mail, telegraph, telephone promptly iilIedB Collins, Robes,' etc., kept BRODHEAD. 1 1 'V-- QFWSALE For Family and Medical Use You Want a JM . 4 iJ . r3tF fi 1 Ih ELSON . The OUMTV Fineor . U- - Pepples and butcher stuff Editor Louis Landrum with the Suhmesome Lancaster Record has accomplished Beazley & more for the benelit of his town Jos. Ballon four calves for $65, two than any other man in Garrarc' to C. L. Dawes for $33 and one to county. When he oes out after J. B. Foster for $15. anything he never fails to bring it The quartermaster at Chicka in. There was the electric light mauga Park has shipped 482 horses changing of train schedule.8, the construction of new hotels stores and mules to San Francisco for the Adapted opera house the southern railway army in the Philippines. waterworks. from Interor Journal. survey and now Much of the credit is due Mr. Landrum for agitating the question How can it be done? But it is that brought and will bring on to easy for S. W. Dav's. completion these various enterprisHalf-sol- e mens' and boy's shoes es. for 30c, 40c, and 50 cents per pair. Journal. bought John Yeakey some at and of E, at 3.10. Carter sold to Elder 3c . SOUR MASH Sold Direct from Distillery. Jug and Bottle Trade Solicited. 3 year old nt $2.00 per Gallon. 6 year old at $2.50 pe.' Gallon. V' " 10 year old at $3.00 per Gallonr -- -' KEY' V tSgSn ;::m m r "Jf,l?J! T'tt'SjM yfeS 'tr By virtue of the provision? of a deed of trust executed' to uiebytho ?7afH r a , J. - B. IDA NX, EistiTi(-r- "' TCY QETHSEMA5JE, iV?, ',y''' j.1. r'J: "V-"- . .).& 4,SSlp pine;hill1M'Miistg company on 10th day of NoyemberMLSOS and duly recorded in tho cierits uiuueub iuu. v I jr'. R ernonm.y., xmyiii onerior sine at public auction, on the bremisea; on Saturday Aug. 26th I899 at 12 o'clock noon., All,pftlio properly both real and W3K' K.'V Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at fait oriccs. ' ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. General Merchandise rn01d Main and Church WIT. DEALERS .IN . Sts ; Half-sol- e e rv . v the editor buys a peck of onions, a load of stove wood, coal, a mess of beans, turnips, apples, meat, lard, butter, corn or any other necessaries from his subscribers they demand 'cash on the spot; while the subscribers often have little care when it comes to taking the paper on a credit, which is sometimes extended into years and in many cases finally refuse to pay at all. This is not justice. Be cause the, editor is a good fellow is fdiWantejtortrcat you deccntl you should drag on no reason, why forever with yourjimposition upon him in putting oft from year to year the payment of what is due. He has his printers to pay. material to buy and living expenses. It takes money. Now you old codgers and young ones too, rich poor and all other grades of humanity whoj'are in. arrears to this paper we ask you again to come up and settle. If you dont mean to do so write us a card and we may send you a recepti We never force auy one to take our paper but wheu one subscribes for it we expect at last some pay for it. It is embarrassing, not only to Hie editor, o publish these words, but to a great many good people wltoalwajs pay for their paper. We in self defense or rather self preservation are "compelled to insist on your paying up if you owe Half-sol- boy.'s shoes for 250. girl's shoes for 15c and personal belonging thosaid VERNON. KY. . 25c. Half-solLadies' shoes for 25c and 33c. I will put a pad in your saddle for $1 00 up to $2 50. I have had fourteen years experience in the leather business and guaiautee best workmanship. e Pine ffilKMlfng Cotnpany. The real estate includes rbr 1500 acres, and mineral 4 MS rights in about 500 acres addi lal. The place is fully en" -- $3C3CgOK: money. A , uipped with incline, trams, tx nise, side tracks ccc. veins . T" . The 1 An Epidemic of Diarrhoea. Mr. A.Sanders, writing from Grove, Fla., says there has been quite- an epidemic of diarrhoea there. He had a severe attack and was cured by four doses of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. He says he also recommended it to others, and they say it is the best medicine they ever used. For sale by Williams & Wesley, druggists, Mt. Vernou, Ky. Co-coau- ut personal property consists Merchandise, book account on the place. oftr3.'.tools, furniture, stocky of 'kwo.arotwo fv: :of-:co-al Don't buy Furniture without seeing me. I can save you Bed room sui ts, French plate glass mirrors in "dresser &10.50 .and up. Dressers, beds, (Iron and brass trimmed) Tables, chairs, rockers, soffits, springs, matresses, (all kinds), .cots, picture frames, easels, hat racks and the nicest and ' cheapest line ol " . . AIRS ' o .''' r;r J ','t ,, - Lounger and Couchfes - - " r1 j. .F.pilnd:niiy where. Come, atidisee; it's onlv FAJR.-'itAlsifTaf'ioa'd of OloeeTtllizcTojriiand' aY"16we;t cost. Slices'. Tpro-duc- e. Try me for Flour, Meal, Shipstuffs &c , aud bring your, Remember the 'place. I'm vour friendbe MINE.- 1 1 ! . The Reputation of the Pine W. F CHAMP, MT. VERNON. KY W, R. DRY GOODS, SHOES, GROCERIES, Hill coal is well established aricl that section of Kentucky which is its nearest market includes Mclure the best portion oShe blue grass' ml", GR ru Store $&'' && I 1 MOTIONS, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE iciuii, K& btob ' D OS U Is the place to buy Drugs, Patent Medicines, Stationery, Jewelry, To- o g n - xJT. tJ & - i. A TERMS: " : Cigars and H M baccos, Paints and Oils, in when in town. Cull ''?&;' - .err,-- - ;y; ' "jrn y.jir-i" :.&& svm " to ,v---. f '.bk. ' ' : ' ' . r I . 20,000 Casniiialance in 12, us. Pure Liquors. and 24 months, Motes for same BRODHEAD.. Traylor whiskey $2 fjf'lV' Traylor whisky 00 Tarr whiskey being Win Preperetions are now 50 to be excuted by f'the purchaser, Brandy 00 per gallon made for the fair at this place. No charge for jugs No goods large crowd expected. shipped on occount of ruK bearing interest mom date.-etriJ, H. and Miss Susie Hilton irg of COD, S Court have gone to Junction City to Send Cash, Order or tend the 'funeral of W. Filtou who title retained until all payments Express Money Order died at the Colorado Springs where W. SPEED, he had gone for his health. Stanford, Ky "the are maxle. An inspection Mr. aiid Mrs J. H. Albright Master Emery have gone to Casey Property is invitQ:l.For . further EVERYBODY LOOK. days visit and'to be Co., for a present(at the wcddingof Mis Sewing I am selling the Singer brights sister. Machine on easy terms and keep all particulars, addresl kinds of sewing machine needles oil 2year-ol- d C. a DAVIS & w- - ' ji. ?,,7iiMMKv jtw'jH'iin.; l GO-- ' 25 $3 $3 A $3 Wr. is 1W4JI f. . d WANTED SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES. 30 inches long, C grade or better, $ 1 2 '"'""mK Hotel Frith F.3FRANCISCO, Propr. Locate d at he DepotgMc I at- U Post-offic- e ' ly'M, m O. unci ,f 2x2, 2x2, all white per m, Brodhead, Good Liver Ky . 30 inches long, red, $6 few per m. 28 inches long, while $6 Attaehed Al- per m. Do ". ' SS Will send.needles'.by mall to auy ad- L. h. Jarrett and Mr. Coleman ress. I also clean'aud repair all kinds went to Conway Tu&sday, ol machines. You can see me here W. M. Owen Rev. Stamper and Hendricks'nre evcr Saturday.' .conducting a pYotraccd meeting Mt Vernon Ky James Suhvan of Lee Co. has been here for a few dpys having his bands, shuttles, aud everything that belongs to a sewing machine. eyes txeated. " r. S. A, pSish, Trustee, HRR't. per ra. ' White PINEHILL, ROCKCBi'IE COUNTY, KY ... '''" grade es long 22 per M. Red spokes same dimensions as above, $10 per M 'C 2x3, Meet all Trains, Day and Night. red $4 Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited. Will furs lunches for all trains. 30 inch, . it Miller House, ; -- . 'W ft . , ;.& ' SINGLE TREE BILLETS. 2,HK&y&t -- here. prospective wedding MaTo Builders.- - J. W. Marie The groom come on the & Sons now have their mill on oh terialized.. 12 o'clock train Saturday the cere- of sites in the county and mony was perfofiried at James Rob- are fidly prepared to cut bills to erts Bro of Miss Martha Rev order on very short notice. LumSamuel ber can.be delivered atMt, Vernon officiating. county if desiredf Give us. your .rders and Temple'-,,.- . of Laurel were the get prompt attention and the' hes and Miss Martha Rqbe.rts h " s ! a ' . .'."' i The" the-bes- t Hen-dirckson- '.' H 1 ; 38 inches, $16 per m. long white Hugh mii.Iek; HKADQUAl.lERS '" FOR. "'?" '- !, s - (" To be delivered at any station on K. D ofL. &i N. or K. C. division, will cull once every tw wpple.' T.. T.. TATiinwr., Tnsnectcr. v -- ,Jt ! .'flSi' ' ' ., V.. B - COMMERCIAL MEN."'1 ' ". Porter. fit ; .airi; trains: - ., - i ". ..''' ' '. ' , ,"y ". . , '" - ?' e.A. W1- ;u , "'V !r!HT & &&& - $ Mt. !! Vernon Signal ' the county's nice young men, 'If, " I wish ttvsay that I will my buggy to anyone. Hot loan IT. VKRNON. K.Y., Aug. 4. 1899 at .ec Fred Krttegcr Two thousand dollars worth of ginseng was shipped from Middles-bor- o last week for export to China. For Rent; a house of 3 zooms on Newoomb avenue Mt. Vernon apply at Signal office, at 'C.tirtilhttlieWt.Vtrn.KT., oua-cla' i natter si r " ' Tun Bolters who met iu Lexing'jlOUHVILLC I-- NASHVlUt R.n.CO. A blind bridle for 65c at S. W. 'flic case of Abraliam Sams, for Davis'. Don't f 01 get the place. CARD, Ju & N. LOCA.L TIME 13urk Faris the best posted man the killing of Felix Mink, of Livtiio'fiam in"possomology" will shortly re Day Mail North.., For Sale. Two houses and ingston last week was tried yester1:57 P"" open his possom ranch.. Day Mail South .. lots in Mt. Vernon at a bargain. day before 'Judge Williams who 1:32a m Night Ex.Jtforth. Messrs Brown, Davis, and others; rendere'd'about, as we remember" 4t Lula LiroRU. Our foreman, S. C. Franklin, is 36 in all took an excursipn trip to 1:44 a ui NigHt Ext South. Wanted A halt dozen coat down with' appendincitis, accounts Cincinnati Sunday last. All en- the following decision, when the J, A. Landrum, Agent. evidence""t was finished: "The miners. Will give steady work for our being'a 'day late. joyed the trip hugely. Some of the strong, brawny, vigorous and ro- for next six months. Mrs. L.B Adams and daughters croUd visited Ft Thomas: others bust defendant1 of i8 is charged CHURCHES. J. W. Marler, services 1st &3rl Sunday Misses Ida May and Elizabeth- are took in, the Zoo atid other points of Christian-Ho- lds with murder,; in'the killing of an Mt. Vernon, Ky. at lin.rn. and t6:30i).-niinterest. visiting Camp Dick Robinson. aged, inficm anVdecrepit old man serWccs on the 4th PrcsljterIan-IIol- ds Marion Landrum, a "tiephew. of Felix Mink who was shot by Abe of 78, more than four times . his Canopy top, two seat, half plat' Bunday our depot agent died of heart fail Samn last week" 611 S'kaggs Creek-die- seniorf,'Tlie"'defen;datit went with form spring wagon, both shakes of his "wounds at. Livingston' deadly concealed, where and pole for sale by R. L. McFeron tho Second ure, at Burrton Knns., on July 30th Baptist . .. ... Suudny j Saturday and was buried' 'Sunday. .V'i.,j Sunday. nd 0......iv M.t uierncceaaea was stopping aim was ron, Mt. Vernon; also sells the cel Sunday. Prnyer a.u.i 0 . m ever? Your attention is called to an- Jailer Griffin went' out and brought maa. rjp uau an animated con- ebrated Owensboro wagon call and jnestiuK on Tuc.day ntjilits. Satversation with young Mink, the see them. st other article iu this paper. It is iu Samtns, who was on band, in grandson' of the deceased, about for the benefit of delinquents and urday night, and placed him MASONIC. R. G., WILLI A MS, jail. Preliminary trial was set for cutting some timber, using vile and For Sale. "Three houses and others. 610 meets ara moiiA.slilind Lode No, at-La- w yesterday Thursday. in fultiug language. The deceased lots in Orlando also a good farm oil day 16 A. 111. James Meadows section wag called out of the house and Cove branch 135 acres. Good MT. VERNON. KY and Miss Amy Freeman e'oped to "Charleston" the private coach of asketi bvs.the grandson to show buildiugs and out houses. Good and were married Southern railway was brought here defehdant'the boundary dit?p which grass land as well as highly proJeffersonville LOCAL and OTHERWISE. .C. C. WILLIAMS, last week. Sunday night with chief Engineer lie readily agreeii to do. Yl is kind ductive foi other crons. Well wa Teachers' Institute begins at Wells who went out to see htetorps offer seems to have made dV fendant tered. At a bargain apply to Sig- Attomey-a-Lav- y, . W. R. McClure's for bargains, Mt. Vsinon, Ky., August 14th of engineers, who are now working more angry, who was yet cursing nal or J. B. Owens. Orlando. tf. Mt. Uemon Ky. ou a Prof. M. B. Jones conductor. on a Hue between Brodheadr-.anand abusing the young ma 1. YThe W. P. McFerron is here CguOffice. on 2nd floor ' of new I am iu need of what you owe Freedom. Mr: Prescott, who once defandantold the deceasea to go W. A..B. Davis, S.C.S. visit. me, Pleasccall and settle. This brick on Church street.. Spccia" purveyed a lihe from here down ahead that he would attend to him Jr.", has been on attention given to collections. James Houk. editor and wife have re- Skaggs Creek, is along also. later." The defendant left with his means you if you owe me. The sick list. Mrs. Cleo Brcvi. halfway out of his pocket in turned from a lelig1itful visit to The colored fblks are making pistol Airs. Rosa Kesbitt is visiting family of J. T. Hackley in Lindirection of the deceathe big preperations for' theii picnic going iiilie DR. A. G. LOVEDL. Virginia. Iu order to make room for our coln. In. two minutes, according which takes place here next Tues- sed. w,ho heard the Fall line, we" will close out our ento the'onlj'-witnes' 'Mrs Fraukie Gentry has been arid SorRCiVti' I'livsician The Lancaster Record notes the day. They have secured reduced shooting,! n pirces the .firifcegan. The tire line ofhats at Very ill. c sale of a bunch of hogs at 34c, a rates for round trip tickets between Houk & Sou. Stanford bunch of heifers at $15 per head, Stanford London and intermediate deceasedgfn h dying statement Call, and see them. K'VEBo1i Cash Cummins went to vers under the We extend a hearty invitation Offiba Korlli mup Alum R,rret points to Mt. Vernon. rhey pro- made tad Wednesday. an extra pair of mules for $200. sense of" "fc'peuding death and ini- - to every one to come pose having various amusements, and examine Fish is traveling for a LouE. T. Dr. Childress went to Stauford peaking, dancing Music by brass mediate, lissoiutioui cti.ied that our goods and if we cant sell you l isville bouse. fil or two vas spoken as cheap as any one, we do Monday with his brother who has a and stri ng bands, various races and not ask ' Mullins wctit to Stan- cancerous growth ou his upper lip. athletic sports and a big time gener- wuen.cn itfc't pu'.ltd his pistol your trade Mrs. Sue. Houk & Son IdlnVty.ice the powder They went to see the doctors there. ally winding up at night with a nli'd'-slt-. ford Mbriday, SUUVUYOU ... . If the Polly Hiatt heirs will no burjimg Ml face;. ,tbeu leaped - . grand cakcXvalk.A ' -- ' e Mitllins was, up from .. W. .C. M . ;.zi&-p.-- w unoidLS THWMUa ai$34embankme'titt tify 0a Saturday Aug. 26., the Pine "'"Messrs J.-- S: 'Htfclw-- f itbers Monday.?, TTniyj atid shot rn behind toe ear. The eacn receivea. aim Hill Mining Co , proncrty at Pine price tuey Also, nn Agent for. th 'cs to sec the cake walk Hill will be sold at' Trustees sale. Helm, J. W. Haydcn, and Mr. sical ts. xorrobofate and will sell at we may.be able to sell Tailors in the work' rf Dortt'fril Soj t1ir Advertisement of same in Brighta committee from the, Stan- str?ngthiUth?se two statements to parties who are inquiring about Tuesday'iiight; ,AI another .eolum. ford commercial club came down The cvifilce shows that Mink was said farm. Signal, ' from T. W. Nesbilt has returned yesterday and joined Chief JSligi-nee- r unarmed land wa's very- - feeble. Mt. Vernon, Ky a Canadian trip. South RailJ. H. Well's.-bf'th- e The defendant went prepared to new and Trace' chains at 30c per pair; is trying a Mrs. J., &. Williams and child- way, who arrived here last 'Sunday take human life; raised a difficulty ren accompanied iby Mrs. Richards night from New .York in.his private with young Mink, followed the breast at 30 cents per pair. Tongue improved. cattle guard. Mrs. Tom McClure has been vis went to Stanford Wednesday. car "Charleston" and. made the deceased into the woods and killed at 50 cents per pair at S. W. Attorncv-at- Davis. They will start oil their 'return to trip to Jejlico with that gtutleman him without giving liim any f iting in the country. iu his coach from this point. They East St. Louis today. We have a Hue of slices that canhis malicious intention to do ' Miss Vinnic Adams of Garrard came to show up the advantages of sq. MT. VERNON. KY. laKing not be excelled anywhere; and we iront tins evidence tne visiting relatives here. route.via. Danvileand Stan- of Minks life was without cause or will sell them at prices to suit every the "Pink eye" has made its appea"We have sold m.iny different"'.' Rockcastle ford. ., " School per capita for provocatipnand (o 'my ' mind , the one. Satisfaction guaranteed. rance among horses in Louisville, cough remedies, but none has give'hvv. will amount to $2.72 this year. Houk & Son. Collyer and Owens who bough: presumption of his guilt is not only it is said that there are 100 cases better fatisfaction than- Chamber-- . Albright, Brod-hea- great acceding to the requirement M. C. Williams, the popular is in a mild form. About twenty the stock of A. E. Iain's,"' sajs Mr. Charles Holzhau"-- .' Jt 'drummer was here Saturday. have moved their stock one of the constitution bur the proof is e'r, Dnifgi t, Newark, N. J. "it animals have died with the .disease, door west of the Albright stand. eVideut, The defendant is held A small pair of side cut is peifectly safe and can be relied ' Notify Signal office. examining trial The telephone office was moved to withontbajlif?; upon in all cashes of coughs, colds Abe Samm's is IT RIGHT . Sold by Williams, their new houss on Thursday. For an Editor to Recommend Pat- or Bennett Joplin is hustling things took place yeste'fday. He was held These gentlemen handle in one de &. Wesley Druggist, Mt. Vernon, ice without bond. It looks likealiard ent Medicines? in Davis candy kitchen and case. How a young- man would partment fancy and family groceries From Sylvan Valley News, Kv. creatn'parlor. shoot down an old helpless rnah is and the telephone office connecting Brevrad. NV C. It may be a ques'Miss Patlie Green, Versailles, is beyond comprehension. with all Central Kentuckyfjlpoints. tion whether the editor of a newsC.fMiler visii,ig her sister Ms. M. These enterprising gentlemen run paper has the right to publicly reFor. the best shave or, this'iJlace. other departments. Tombstones, y commend any of the various liaiVcut to be had within 'Milliard West the popular-deputMouumeuts etc. at rates to suit our medicines which flood the gyi miles of old' Crab people. Their undertakiugdepart-meu- t 'collector was here from Lancaster market, yet as a preventive of sufOrchard goto Sam Blakeinore, up"' Tuesday. is also advertised in this fering we feelit a duty to say a good stairs in Governs building. The poIts a mighty good firm.' John Gentry, telephone lineman, litest darkey in seven states. Colic, word for Chamberlain's They will give you the proper treatwas up from Crab Orchard Friday Cholera atid Diarrhoea Remedy. Kronfbnc oat graiu, P. C. Nich-ala- ment. They are county people: Hill Sunday.,:. We have known and used this Sr., of Silva, Larue county, If they dont treat you right come medicine in our family for twenty Hugh Miller arriyed froui Texas grew a 'bunch of 130 stalks, one of to the Signal and complain. years and have always found it reTuesday 'atid reports his brother the most remarkable instances of ?mmm Aug. 1. LEXINGTON, KY. liable. In many cases a dose of improved, field multiplication ever known in n!y knows O. T. Wallace, tViis rpnifdv wntild (Spl.)--Mr- s. Mary Love Lawless .ivo Untir nf WinchesState, that psr.t Buffering from .falling of tho what iu chunks "t sticks, i VoTGarrard, Ice suffering while a physician is awaitdied at her home, in this city last womb, whites, painful or ter Democrat. menses, or any dlseaca of tho distinctly o ProhibicijonTNomiuee for Governor ed. We do not believe in depend made on a new process. week She was once the belle of fcmlalneorgansls. A man may or ptfy but ho can not know the Davis. "Sec terrlblo ing implicitly on any medicine for A D. Root says ho bought 39 Rockcastle County and the sweetoconles sho goes throui;h-t- ho 'l9St$h". cufferlng, bo patiently borne, which a cute, but we do br.lieve that if a robs her of beauty, hobo end happi-la Rew'G.'O Barnes eulogy on sheep nt $i.56'in 1898. He sold heart of Liucoln. Her romance ness. Vet this suffering really bebottle of Chamberlain's Diarrhoea needless. Ingeisoll appeared it: Tuesdays $35 worth ofwool and $140 worth with the man who afterward Remedy were kept on hand and adof lambs from the flock; 4 died and came President was more than a InteriotJournaU McELREE'S ago. She was just ministered at the inception of an he sold 3 others' at$i 7. and still has i with the Per Shelton, who S attack much suffering might be Stanford Demo- budding into girlhood. L",c0-h-l good blieep. Main line brjdge gang was up from 31 avoided and in very many cases had accompauied Alexander Mc- Lebanon Junction a few days since crat. e i, .t !...,.::.. will banish it. Tills medicine Kee from Illinois to Mt. Vernon to ? visiting relatives.' curca nil " female diseases j quickTho New Coffey Boarding House attend McKet's wedding. Mrs. not be required. At least this lias ly and pinnanoutly.. It does oway with humiliating physical 'exami R. N, Owens, stone cutler and is first clns-- iu till its appointment Lawless; then Miss Mary Love Jop been our expel ieuce during the past nations!, uiio treatment uiayjje contractor, of Salein, IudM renews Rooms large nud airy; Linen clean, Hit, was a bridesmaid, and although twenty years. For sale by Wiltaken at home". There is not continual expense and trouble. The fare first class. Give it a trial and 17 years his junior, Lincoln fancied his subscription. liams Jt Wesley 1 Druggists, Mt. sufferer is cured and stays ait'ta. you will find the charge reason- heloyed her. Her husband was Vernon, Ky. Wine of Curdul is becoming the' Mrs. Will Cummins, of Quail, leading remedy for all troubles of Lincoln Democrat. James Richard Lawless; the son of is visiting her sister, Mrs. Solo able. For Sale. I offer for sale my thi3 class. Itco3tsbut$i from any Situated 011 Main street apposite a wealthy Louisiana planter, In druggist. man Riddle this, week, house and lot. Hjuse of 7 rooms For advice in cases- requiring the SL Asaph hotel. after vearsMr. and Mrs. Lincolu summer kitchen; two of the nd special directions, address, tho Miss Dolly McClure is spending It' is run by the best pj:op!e;in "Ladles Advisory Department, on different occasions visited the best cellars in the country, besides Th"( ChnHanoaffn Medicine Go.r several weeks with .friends and "'-'. . v Cincinnati Post. Lawless home. wantfsoie more of tht.t good other out buildings. Pi ice cut relatives at Lexington and Paris. We .U6.v the CqfLjys ".Once dud bertest Candies down that you can't build it lor i t Lincoln may have gone to Lan- - Ice Creft ''This wuiideriulr.iotllcfnoounht' wlta in overy houia whero tlicro ate iU'l M. Witllin, of Wnbd, was in Pto'iT. g 'vitn them you stop again jcasierwith Alexander McKce btit made b 0. ho t. P. LltCHLim'EU. . vfSV ' ' woineu," see tn Siturdiyi Ilais one of Wlipiih he Stanfiird Irtjil'tjv, 0 6vttf cam;to Mt. Vernon. . t ! ton on Aug. 2nd decided to hold a convention on Aug. 16th. reported that a crowbar? at Marlcr's saw mill was bitten by kissing bugs. The crowbar is now useless. Mr. Mar'ar'now guards his boiler and engine to prevent their destruction b this awful ,pest. Free. To the 'one guessing nearest to the actual number of Rockcastle school teachers who are subscribers to the Signai. "we will give one years subscription to this paper. Six months to next nearest cuess and three months to next. Write us before August 20th. James I. White, and wife Judge Williams; Misses Green, Brown Thompson, Mifler, McClure Colyer It is I will pay cash for the black-be- r for best corn; $5 best ries brought-tme. displavpf fruit; $5 best slbs tobac 1. P. Lechleiter, 2t: co, Colyer & Owciis successors to f BauvShow. A. E. Albright a full line oft Gro Farmers running race. Pony race. ceries &c, Call on them. 3t Mule race and a colored folks cake We will not be under sold. We walk are some of the many attractions, oiit'irst day of Brodhead Fair, have every thing from a hoe handle to a turning plow. Houk .& Son. Aug., 23V" Dont gmiss it. No enFor the best shave or hair cut, trance fee whatever on vegetables shop at o'x farm products, "'if you fail to get go to Samuel Blakcmore's - tf Crab Orchard. a premium jou areld'tit nothing. wheat;"-,-$- 6 t:-. premium on best display ot vegetables; $ 5 for best half bu. A 1 You assume no risk when "j'ou buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera und Diarrhoea Remedy, Will' re- -' fund your money if you are not sat- isfied after using'ft. Sold by Wil- Hams & Wesley, Vernon, Ky. 1 1 V , ". ; ; ' Drue'eist. Alt'. ': 1 . J , ' Would Not Sufver So Again i'or F i'tv T iwes Its Pr i ce.'"' - . - -- Church-Strvt- oes 'J-- sI awoke last night with severe C J pain 111 my st6mach. I never feltj- '" so badly in all my life. When I 4 ' came down to work this moruing-felt so .weak 'I could hardly work. I weut to Miller & McCurdy's drug . store and they recommended Chain- ' berlain's Colic, Cholera and Dia'r- - ' rhota Remedy. It worked like "" magic and one dose fixed, 'me all . :, right, It certainly is the finest ?; thing I ever used for stomach' trouble. Ihall not be without it in myh6me hereafter, for-- should not care to endure the' sufferings ot last night again for fifty times its price. G. II. Wilson Liveryman;.; "." Burgeltstdwn, Washington Co., Pa. A This remedy is for sale by' M C. Scrvl-D. N. Williams. I 1 . . '' - - . - Attorney. , s -- way-dow- n S.- N. - .DaviS -. , 17s j t mgn vvr :. 'a r -- "The-railroa- 'K.'L BROWNE La w, waru-ingo- : v- - i? - d, 'Losr. ting-plier- s. hoaii-cticss- - , r y & ptop-rietar- pa-pe- i. s, of-th-e ccc-ini Deli-clou- s. sympa-thit- S.-W- . . half-centur- y WMt iwM i - :..:zr:. '. . - ft. r? N - ifHnS l,.6 ... . ' ; .' .i ifH'J 1 "Actions of the Just Smell Sweet." i SEVEN AMERICANS KILLED. ) OUR SPORTS IN HAVANA. Culiniia Kenrilly Take fo'llome rt acinic, Uukctmll, Uiitr and Other P Aniimeiiientas An urmy officer snld to allavonn'ller-ai- d reporter recently that, In his opinion, lliu successful meet of n Jochry FROM TRIFLING CAUSES. I I Furtlter Particulars ot tho llnttlo or Calamus Sunday Tho Writ very of tho Petty tlunrreU losurcent OOlccrs. 'T7ie fragrance of life is 'vigor andi Manila, Aug1. 1. Sunday's fight at i strength, neither of which can be found C.ilamba was a warm one. Tho insur! m A person 'Wnose Diooa is impure, uiiu i gents wcro unwilling to abandon the g 'whose every breath speaks of internal s fMnhfes. Hood's SarsaaarilU purifies i place, which Is tho key to the lako 5 ! the blood and makes the wtik strong, road. Gen. Hall, hearing that Gen. 1 I.uiiir nnil IJloody C'oulllcta In the I'nat. llnve llrnuaht On JHMrfiX SirihJlrhrt:PfL iiimiiF"!. i iiiaiiialiilMlaiaiIMlitillwlMlMiiiiliMii A "HOT" COLD BANQUET. Some Inside Information from the Bowery Who Helped Serve It. ly nAVnltcr was preparing to mako in attack, sent Maj. Weiscnbcrgcr with thrco companies of tho 21st Infantry, thrco troops of cavalry and ono of Hamilton's guns to attack the Insurgents. This detachment found a forco of 1,000 rebols behind hastily made Intrcnchmcnts. Tho rebels held their flro until tho contingent of the 31st regiment was within 800 yards, when they fired a volley. Malbar y ' i ( V Ifi'i 4 One of the waiters at a popular local resTho Americans dropped in tho high taurant is a bird of passage from the Bow-cr- grass out of sight and returned tho and was a member of the small army that served the famous "Dollar Dinner" in fire. New York last April. A good many stories Lieut. Love, who was walking erect have been told of that memorable, event, but none of them surpass his own in point along tho front of tho men, was shot of picturesqucness and inside detail. "It in the arm. An insurgent officer, was the funniest push I vas ever in in inc equally brave, stood at tho top of tho life," he says, confidentially. "The kitchen trenches directing the flro of tho Inwas so small they hiid to cook everything on the outside, and when it got there it was surgents until ho was killed, when tho dead cold. The second course was haddock, and each fish come served in a linen bag, Filipinos lied. so we couid put 'em in tubs of hot water During tho fighting on tho north and warm 'cm up sec? Well, some of the side of tho town, a small body of Insurboys got rattled and served 'em bags and all, with egg sauce over th outside. Say, gents attempted to enter on tho sputh you'd of died laughing teeing them fellers side, but a troop of cavalry rcpub cd tryin' to carve their fish. 'This is the toughest auid haddock I iver tackled in me life,' them. rays one Tanimany man at the head table; Tho total American loss at Calanfba 'it s cot a skin like a ihinocciis,' says he. was seven killed nnd 'JO wounded. In the kitchen there was a riot all night long. It was so small the waiters couldn't Sixteen dead insurgunts havo been reach the dishervup and they got to scrap- found. ping for front places in the line. One man Tho American garrison at Morong is was knocked stiff with a turkey, and when they picked him up I thought he was dead. going to Calamba. I did, on the level. But it wasn't blood. It A body of insurgents has visited was only cranberry sauce. Another flunkey fell into the salad and one of the cooks put Tnytay, whoro they killed several naa can of ice cream in the oven, thinking it tives who wcro friendly to the Amerwas brown gravy for the beef. That's on the square just as I'm tellin' you! llut the icans. worst of all was when we came to the wine. It was 'JMcrkan champagne in half pints, KATE CHASE SPRAGUE DEAD. without ice, and of ail the kicking and hollering! One fresh gent told me it was the DHUjrhter of nil of Ohio only thing he had had that nigbt that was Died nt Washington 1'iiiieral good and warm, and he had hardly said it when, a waiter that was n little jagged acnt Columlni", (. cidentally poured about a quart of boilin' WAsmyoTOX, Aug. 1. Mrs. Kato coffee down the back of hif. neck. Say, you ought of heard him cuss! llctwecn you and govme, a good many waiters got to hitting the Chase Sprnguo, wife of a former wine, and they found one of 'em with 15 ernor of Jthodo Island, and thu daughempty bottles in. his pants leg. That's honter of the Into Salmon 1 Chase, govest. I saw it n.ytelf. It was the hottest t ernor of Ohio, United States senator I was ever at." N. O. and chief justice of tho United States supremo court, died at her homestead, HE WAS REJECTED. "Edgewood," in Washington's sublint He Stuck io Ills Joli nnd by a urbs, early Monday morning. Slio was CO years old. For thrco months she Lucky Hit Won tlic Coveted had been suffering from n complicaI'rlic. tion of liver nnd kidney troubles, but "It was such a cood ioke on me." said the had consented to medical treatment girl in the gray velvet toque to the girl in only ten days ago. the blue velvet shoulder cape, as theV Sho grew steadily worse and the end stirred their hot chocolate, "that I must tell you. canto a few minutes after 3 o'clock "You know how John has been proposing to me at regular intervals ever since he was Sunday morning. At tho bedside vcro out of knickerbockers. Well, he did it again her thrco daughters, Miss Kittle night, and, with his usual facility, Sprngue, who lived with her mother, ' ,the otheroccasion vv hen I was very cross. chose an ' "He did it a little more awkwardly than Miss Portia Sprague, of Xarragansett usual, too, deliberately choosing the old- - Pier, and Mrs. Donaldsou, of Brookfashioned method of offering me 'his I find lyn, N. Y. Tho funeral arrangements - andheait.'" Here she paused to drink sume chocolate, havo not been completed but the reand the girl in blue asked breathlessly what mains probably will be Interred at Co she said. "Oh!" remarked the other, in the tone oi lumbus, O., her father's old home. one relating an event of no importance, "I Kato Chaso began a brilliant social told him that I believed I was already provided with the full quota of bodily organs, career when her father, Salmon P. and that I wouldn't deprive him." Chase, then a wldow.r was elected "And what did he say?" "Well, Belle, that's the funny thing. He governor of Ohio. When Mr. Chase seemed to brace up, and said, politely, that was mado secretary of tho treasury at any rate there was no doubt about my under Lincoln tho family removed having my full share of cheek! And I was to delighted to find a man capable of even here, and his daughter met and wns that much repartee on being rejected that married to tho young governor of I accepted him." Cincinnati Enquirer. Rhodo Island, William II. Sprague. At the height of social and political sucCorrnpt. cess, a domestic cloud mado Its appearBiggs The corruption among public official!) is shnmeful. ance, resulting in a divorce. Mrs. Boggs I should say 60. I had to tip the custom house inspector, five, dollars just, to Sprague then made her homo at Edge-woobring n few diamonds in without ptying a country place which had been duty. N. Y. Journal. left her by her father. Hero sho had . One thing people can't understand, nd resided ever since. Financial reverses that is how those they hate do so well in life. clouded her later years, and friends Atchison Globe. arranged for her an allowance of 53,000 Even the quiet waiter is frequently calhd a year. to order. Chicago Daily News. BULLETS. THOSE DUM DUM ban-qucTimes-Democra- t. m club, combined with the enthusiasm which exists for baseball, to be followed, lie prcdlctrd, by golf, tenth to ptove Hint American amusements, will tulce root In Cuba. Continuing, he said: "Heaven speed tho day when tho cock fights nnd the bullfights me by contests Improving to tho morul tint physical nature! Tito nol- -' (Hern, Kiillors, murines nud oIUcith have given u prnctleul demonstration of what they ran do, nnd I trust that our Insular unci pcnlnsulur friends will now follow milt. Why should there not bo foot races, Jumping, leuplng nud vaulting? l'crlutps nnme of our Cuban friends would llhe to piny polo orrlng-llltinTheir small, wiry ponies would give them nn Immense ndruntngc la this respect over tho large American horse. "Jf Cunt. Ilellnlrs isns well posted lu TuttefRiill rules as we believe him to be, no doubt ho could get tip n Kcriip of pxerelses involving tho linlnltlavu ni'elco nifd pegging, pnrticlpntioti In whlrh would bu healthful ;md instructive to those who witnessed. "Cnpt. I.uelcn Young has shown himself kiicIi itu admirable judge, toast-mastnnd elllcn that we venture to suggest Hint he provide un aquatic contest between soldiers, Cubans, Bailors mid murines." g. er Many wnrs have had trilling causes, sayo Leslie's Weekly. A dispatch altered In one or two polutti by Jllsuiarck conflict. biought oil the Frnnco-OermnPalmcrstun snld facetiously Hint only three tueii in Ihiropo ever knew what troubles which the Schleswig-IlolHtel- n led to thu wars weto ubotit, mid two of then) died before Hie conflicts begun, while he, the till id iiuiti, hud forgotten. A sllghtliig reference by Frederick tho Great of l'rtisslu to Mmc. I'oinpndour of France wns Bald to have been otic of the oniiscH of the Seven Years' war, sometimes enlled the "war of the three petticoats" from the fuct that tho Franco of rompudour und the Russia of Catherine II. joined tho Austria of Maria Theresa against Frederick. According to John Ilrlght, Kngland nnd her allies drifted into the Crimean war without rcullsdng it until after they got In, nnd Uiey did not know what they were fighting for even uflcr they sturt-ewhllo it Is certain HmUcverytliing which Is supposed to havo been fixed by that results of u quarter of n century of war beglnnlngvvlth llio commencement of the French revolution nnd ending with Wnterloo "plenscd nobody nnd nettled nothing," uccoqdlng to Shell linn. Thu uvcrngo person who lived In those days knew us little nbotit tho causes of the slaughter ns old Knspur did about thu battle of Iilenhclm when questioned by little I'etctklu. n "Did you know that Jirncox had returned from the Klondike?" "Yes." "He made a big strike, I guess." "Why do you think so?" "I met him out At one of the gardens. Ho was blowing the boys off to a good time and was telling them some great stories about the country up there." "Oh I Then you must havo run acrcts him just after I had been fool enough to let him have five dollars with which to get a new start in life." Chicago Times-Heral- Ilia Strike. vnMCSYWM In your back? Lack energy? Appetite poor? Digestion bad? Bolls or pimples? These nre sure signs or poisoning. From what poisons? From poisons that nro always .found In constipated bowels. If tho contents of the bowels are not removed from the body each day, as nature intended, these poisonous substances are" sure to be absorbed Into the blood, always causing suffering and frequently causing severe disease. There 13 a common sense cure. Can't you sleep well? Pain Arc your nerves weak? llich Yet SlnrvlnB. Doctors frequently dyspepsia, nervousness and biliousness. Tho surest remedy to cure a weak stomach is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It will restore vigor to the digestive organs. Nothing is "just as good." See that a private Revenue Stamp covers the neck of the bottle. m patients who are starving to death. They have money to buy food, but their stomach has not the strength to digest it. It lies there a heavy fermented mass, thesolo cause pf have very .wealthy d; "What have you done with tho child?" asked the chief kidnaper; "Just boxed his ears," replied the eighth assistant accomplice. "Good!" exclaimed the chief. "Now, the bos to that yellow journal, and write the editor that we will furnish exclusive clews to the whereabouts of the remainder of the child for $10,000, less two per cent, for spot cash." Standard and Catholio Times. LocntlnR the Ttoublc. "Doarmc, the circus isn't what it used to be." "Now, John, stop; the circus is all right; it is you that has changed. You know you couldn't climb a pole, turn a double somersault or skin the cat to save your life." Detroit Free Press. T.mllca Can Wmr Rlioea Ono slzo smaller after using Allen's a powder for tho feet. It makes Foot-Kas- The Klilnnplnjr. Trust. rJ hA MAN FROM MEMPHIS 111) SAMOAN LIFE. Wlian NoCmt Wur They llaveaVery tinny nnd Aurrmble Time. , Opinion of Oilmen Weather Wan Kormil rrom fire Inn u llnilla-- ! tnr Snlraroolo,' Cures swollen, hot, sweating, aching feet, ingrowing nails, corns and bunions. At nil druggists nnd ehoo stores. 25a Trial packago KHEE by mall. Address Allon B. Oltnstod; Lo Roy, N. Y. or now shoes easy. tight f. k fe j They dally Insure an easy and natural movement of . the bowels. J rJ w You.willflndthattheuseof i Btmnger In Chicago trudged nlong 'Dearborn street the other dtiy with u yellow valise In one hand and n tattered copy of a Memphis and travel-worpaper in the other. At the corner of Lnlcn street his gnc vvnudered to onu of tint big windows In the block, snd he paused und sidled up to It, llefore him wax the salesroom of it steam radi ator company, und various Mjjes, shapes and hires of radiators" 'were strewn thiongli the rout nt frcq out Interval; there loohed to be enough of llirui there to heat the Ivloiidlketind i.S a portion of .Siberia. The. strnnger'H eyes grew lilglnnd round as he put down his valise, tujicd the paper Into his breast pockct'ftiid clasped IiIh hands behind his bottle-gree- n froeheont. ills ginru trnv)cd down one vista of radiators nndiuii another. He tried to count HichUtnd got lost at 210, because the onfy tttljhe far end begnn to Jump tityind dovvjjpc-forbis sight or hcetned to. Tliej'he shook his head tdowly und rcaeheJPfor Jfi-iw- ' bis vnliho. - "I've heard tell that Chlcngo JsnVold placn in winter," he muttered nilllic went on, "but, dog my ents ffj Oiouhrht It vvns cold entif to tnko 'bout SOjJijitl them radiating things to bent n ifjfni' no blggcr'n Odd Fellows' hall ut home." A n e, Wlien native Hnmonnsnro they seem to foreigner to have a very easy nnd ngreenhltt life. There In never very much to do, nnd what there is In not nrdiions or tiring. The old women, for liiRtniicp, brnld mntri or hit upon the rnekH nnd bent nnd Rtrlp tho lmrl: for making tapn, the nntive cloth. Thn men Rpcud much of their time In malting fishing nets und tucklo. In spite of the (simplicity of the nttlre, the Knmoans nrc rather vain, nnd Fpend n good ileal of time in beniillfylng llicnmclveH. The hair 1b often plastered with white lime, giving It, when dry, the effect of a whllo wig. The lime In wn idled off by night. The tcKiill i.H n gmdiinl ehangc Fu the color of'lhn hnlr from n rod Io n bright yellow. Apnrt front this Rtningo ftiitcy, the Rnmoans qiu'te nhnrc the Kuro-- I eann Idrns in regard to beauty. They particularly ndniWe tall persona. 'A fad of the young man of .Samoa la tovvear tho nnmo of. his awecthenrt tattooed upon the forearm. As tho SahToan wrara no rIpcvcs HiIm ornament ts alvvnys visible, nnd he Is very proud o1t, which Ih easily underRtood, an tho lyoini"f? lady Iirrstdf alvvnyH docs the tattooing, It being ImposRlhlo to Intrust to a professional worlctnnu a task 60 full of Rcntlmrut. nl not at war man's room in such a way that it will take him five days to find out where she put things. Berlin Herald. In five minutes a woman can clean Power of n Womnn. up a The Host l'roncrlptlon for Chills and Fovcr Is a bottlo of Gitovn's Tasteless Ciiiu, Tonic. Itls slraplyironnndnnlnlncin utustclcssform. No euro no pay. l'rlce.&Oc. with tlfe pills will hasten recovery. It cleanses the blood from all Impurities and Is a great tonic to the nerves. Yfrtla tho Doctor. : nmlBcby's Nose. "Mamma." "What is it. dear?" "Isn't the pineapple on papa's face almost wipe enough to pick?" Puck. To Cure n Cold In One liny Take Laxative nromo Qulnlno Tablets. All druggists rofundmonoylf It falls to euro. 25c. Daughter "Papa went off in great good humor this morning." Mother "My goodness! That reminds me; I forgot to ask him for any money." Boston Traveler. Onr Medical Department lias ono of the. mott cmlnont physicians In tho United States. Toll tho doctor ou Just how you nro sutterltip. adTico will recclvo tho liest medical Address. , TTltboutcost. LovTOll, Has3. CASCA Sweat will not discolor goods dyed with 'Ilmvo usotl yourvnlunblcCouldn't (W Putnam Fadeless Dyes. These dyes arc nitT.S nnd llnd tlicm foriomo tins') I havo used them guaranteed to be absolutely fast to sweating without tlicm. nnd blllousncs3 nnd nm now for Indigestion and washing. 10c per package. cured. Uccommcnd tbcm, to every one. pe-fe- Why is it that the servant always selects tho ramtiy." your cut glass goblet to break instead of a five-cen- unco tried, you will never bo without tbcm In Edit. A. Maux, Albany, N. K, t tumbler? Philadelphia Times. he The cheaper the man, the tougher story he will tell or believe. Atchison Globe. tim TRADE CANDV I am entirely cured of hemorrhage of lungs by I'isos Cure for Consumption. Louisa Lindaman, Bethany, Mo., Jan. 8, '04. is because he tSKL MARK MOIVWItBZgtf' r MODERN RUSSIA. Tho Ijiml fltlll Ifpru llio Aatncratla Inn union of I'rlrr III (I rent. . An Aaanrcil Knot. .Mr. Mover Ouch! Wow! Blnnicty ' . blank the blankjcty blnnk MyTfa-thc- r Mrs. Mover (Indlgnnnlly) never swore in my presence in his ' Mr. Mover (ns Indignant) Then ynr father never burned his hand on n itTd-hIron In your presence In his Ufc. Tiger. The reason why a young pig cats so much wants to be a hog. Princeton Good, Plenant. Palatable. Potent. GTasto Norcr blckon. Weaken, or rl po, IlnU'a Cntnrrli Care Is taken Internally. Price 75c. Don't forget that silence is the mother truth. Chicago Daily News. of r York. Stcrllit rtfMflT CpaRj-- Chiracs. Monlrnl. BoMnnrl pnirantnert by nllilrnx-itUU'DAu cists to. Tobacco lUMl. ... !c, Kc. CURE CONSTIPATION. ... 3M 10c, Oood. D JUi: 'l n Mrs. Col. Richardson SAYED BY MRS. PINKHAM. LETTEX TO It Is Onlclally Denied That They Are In Us by tho Guards nt tho Northern Penitentiary nt .Jollct, III , 111., 1. Aug. dispatches wcro received SrniNOFiELD, M3. 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Pinkham's Vegetable Compound It is like water of lifo to me. I am very gratefully and sincerely your and I heartily recommend your remedies. I hope some poor creature may bo helped to health by reading my story." Mns. Col. E. P. Kichabdsow, thoad-vertisement well-wishe- Sovcral at tho governor's ofilco Monday" Inquiring as tc the truth of tho statement telegraphed from Jolict that tho guards at the Northern penitentiary at, Jolict arc armed with Mauser rifles and. aro furnished with dum dum bullets. Col. J. Mack Tanucr, tho governor's private secretary, stated that thero is no truth to tho statement. Ho says tho arms havo not been changed at all, and the idea that dum dum bullets aro to be used is ridiculous. Celebration nt Quhioy III. 111,. Aug. 1. Qulncy Monday celebrated tho opening of .the new Burllnton "road terminals. .These include a hundred thousand dollar passenger station, freight depots, switch yards and rail and wagon bridges over the Mississippi river and Qulncy bay. QuiNCV, r, Central Tactile Hallway Co. incorporated. Salt Lake City, Utah,, Ang. 1. The Central Pacific llallroad Co. was Incorporated hero Monday for the purposo of acquiring nil the railroad land, land grants and franchises oi tho Central Pacific railroad. All nations feel mero or less the by one orlglnnl Impetus given thc-.great man, but prolmbly tionc fco much ns modern KiiKsin. It mny nlmost be tnld been the creation of ono t mou, to havetho Grent,nnd the frnturcs Judge. I'ctcr '' hn Impressed upon the ltiisslnn Ktntc Its 311 lil Porm. Gwilliams Look nt this overcoat, nro 6tlll distinctly vipililc. A mass of nnd it only five weeks, nnd part of iho barbarism whs trniiRfornicd by him into lining of the right sleeve gone already! n powerful and uotlvo member of the Sttlnt Well, you can darn it, can't. family of elvllizrd nations. He gave to his subjects nn nrmy, n nnvy und you? Commerce Mrs. Gwilliams He does worse than nn ediicntlonal system. that every time heputa it on. Chicago with foreign countries, previously for bidden, ho warmly encouraged. Tho Tribune. autocrat transferred his capital to the shores of the Haltlc, and built the great THE MARKETS. city which bears his name to be thu open door to tho clvlllzntlon of the ClNCI KNATI. AUB, ,1. LIVESTOCK Cattle.common. SUA &4 W western world. He Introduced the arts, Soleot butchers 6 w JJ b 15 the literature, tho Kclenres nnd the CALVKi Fnlr to'itood light... '0 00 6t 8 15 HOOS Coarse and heavy economic theories of the most ndvaueed 3 OS ft 4 15 Mixed pucker? .,.. 4 40 4 .V.) nations. Russia nt the present day Iihtbt shippers 4 40 4 4 01 is ncttinted by the, ideas of the great SHEEP Choleo 4 0) 4 25 IjAMHS Sprlnc B40 (it 0 00 czar. In II restless nmbition, ItsEtib-tlr- i 3 SO th 3 f Winter patont nnd unscrupulous policy, its vara 03M No 3 rod dh or nish of culture, senrccly hiding the Corn Na mixed ot ferocity of tho bnrbnrlnn, its intoler,,, (Tj Oats No. 'J , Hjo No. 2 ft 50 ance of popular liberty nnd Its rcnl (TilO OJ HAY Prime to choleo solicitude for tho material welfare of FUOVISIONS-M- ci? porlt (ft M Inrd U the it 5 05 the people, thu Uiihsln of UUTTnU-CUu- iro (, dairy 12 Russia of Peter the Ureat. Prlmo to cho 1014 ft 2V 1 00 API'LES-Chr- lio to fancy ... ft 1 00 1 l'OTAIOES Now. pcrbrl Venom, CHICAGO Mabel Aro you going to return tho 3 60 (fl 3 00' FLOUH Winter pntcu' poor fellow's ring? GKAIN Wneat No. 2 11M ffft 6!) (t Florence (who has just broken her N.. 3 Chicago biirlne COUN-N- o. 31 ii 2. ."...1 ngagcmcnt) I haven't decided. I OATS No. 3 ioj POUU-suppose he'll propose to you now, nnd I 7 m g 8 LAUD alcum 5 10 fo 5 2i . thought I'd just hand it over to you to new vornc , save bother. Philadelphia North 75 American. WHEAT No. 3 red tl - Mixed COUN-- Nc, I'.. II Licenses for IIorseliorr. liXLi... (f, OIJU OATS Mljccil....t reAn enactment in Washington FORK -- Now Mifcs 0M Jfin LAUD-West- ern ..... BW too 65 . quires horseshoers to pass an examination and to be licensed. UALTXMOUC. FLODn-Farn- lly 3 a a , 60' A Wonmn'i Fnte. Tl 71J4 Southern.,.., c" ra If they llvo long enough, the New Corn Mixed Sin "jU;? Onu Na 2wnito York Press declares, all women die two Kv Va H No.SwcHitrn deaths. The first Is old age. , Wi'Stcm HOUt t oj 5 ot 1 aKAIN-Whcnl-No.- 2red y 1 Mcs v TO THE IPSSIfll All Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial effects of tbo well known remedy, Synui- - of Figs, manufactured by the IN IH1! & nv Till! OR AT Til 15 VIA SEA SIDE, THE Big Four Route, FISHING, HUNTING, BOATING, BATHING. 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YOmTBOSTOia In tho process of manufacturing figs EDUCATIONAL. aro used, as they arc pleasant to tho taste, but tho medicinal qualities of tho NEW EtfAftflPSHIRE remedy aro obtained from senna and MILITARY ACADERflY other nromatio plants,' by n method known to tho California Fio Syrup Prepares for CloTCriimcnt Academics and Cplletijs. Full Commercial Courso, Major II. T. llvATr. Co. only. In order to got Its beneficial A. M.. Prluclpal. WKbT I.KIIANON. W. tl. . effects and to avoid Imitations, plcaso FnANKLIHCOLI.EGErn?oAuV'&."vJ,V,hoTr,-remember the full namo of tho Company norernors, snd 550 Ministers. SIM yr.i books free) printed on tho front of every package. a coursesi both soicst no ealoonsi ctlocno free, earn fuuds. V. A. VVnxmis,l).l.,I'ioa. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO, with plsn toIDUCATION TRtC Writo for particulars. B USIVCSS corresponuencflJ ncnooi, opriuifuciu, i,a, ban ruANCisco, oai llomo TOIUT, IT. NKW LOUISVILLE, ET, For sale by all Druggists. Price 50c. " per bottle. 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