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DREYFUS. r- -; ' FSTAfE . .- NEWS HAPPENINGS. i&$&2WSP INDEPENDENT DISTILLERS. 1 Mrs. Emily Cran'ort('fcelati Incidents the Heslniililitfor the CJreat Kvelit .t at S IT . THE LINCOLN COUNTY AliP'oranco. Distressing Accident -. &. JIM BAKER TRIAL Rrnnks, Aug. tal of Brittaiiy.was nevcrdoss never moro sluggish .than, m'emorablo day. . capl' mbvpd, on-th- is thousand mlldsv away from Dreyfus 2$ Xha r.roiecntlon Concluded Its'1 Testimony Thtr Will Hold a Conference at Louisville and his exciting case. Hd, Dreyf to Agree on a Flan to Limit had been known to bb excited, but' 1"aIlniDOEroiiT, Ct., Aucr. a Nearlv 80 Whisky Production. Itak.r Clnlni. an Alibi has been keeping" a "stiff upper lip, and, rofusbdChe las- s6t of pho-- . Jes'were lost and about a dozen pcoSunday he seriously Injured by an accident on BARBOunviLtK, Ky., Aug. 5 In the Louisville, Ky., Aug. 8.Tho indo tographs of 'hlschiidren.broughfrom" v re Stratford extension of tho Shelton Jim Baiter trial tho prosecution pendent distillers of the state will hold Pacts by his hiothar-lnIah ' Bank and Trust-Go.- ; testimony by introducing tir conference Tuesday at tho Gait house ' It wasoxpcWd that the" Drcy.(usltes; frcet Ballwav Co. at 4'Vplnok.Sundav when a loaded trohev car and will try to ngreo upon a. plan tf Jfouryitnjjssos. would shyn each n't off the trestle over Peck's mill ' A. U. Howard testified thati'Vo was limit the production of whisky tin and ana put up hi uiucfcuwiuwip; llld at Orrtrinmio nlwtiit. civ mllita wounded at theHlme his ,sod Wllllara coming season. About forty distillers oincr . . ,- -, but they havoUcltlj- ffjecdtoirik fl. --was killed.As they were riding along are expected to take part In tho moveorin oi uridgeport, and sank in tho And continuously under same management for 29 years,. Ik- - each "dthersf com;j their differences - i the road they wcro shot at by person's ment. Tho plan of tho independent pany. Thev not only lotlgo affhe-- i '.ts 40 feet below. Thus far 30 pco-c are .known to bo dead and several in ambush. He. recognized Tom Baker distillers is' to figurqqnt tho curtailSolicits your Bank account hoping such bussiness rela same hotels, but they take their .me'alj re injured. and 'some one whom he thought was ment of productfeibceMary to kcer at the same tables and amicably p'fi tions will prove materially profitable and pleasant. Jim. up prices and mmto trujbrisk and tc to each other tho dishes., vt uOnlv twoncrsoris are known to havo Spaped unhurt. James Robinson, who was working apportionyll)s.among' HlfAsily'cncl ; v. We wcrifall up'atJ 5 o'ejoekj jVIonda;y at ltak'crs' houso when "the killing op distiller to sign an agreement ,,not tc mornng, and after a hurried meal we currcd, testified thafioon after shots produce more'0hi'U; tho iiuantity o! thov jjJtween Shelton and Bridgeport. Tho to the cpneext' s v- - wcro fired Tom and Jim came home whisky allotted to him. Whe'r rushed where the trial room" .of.place. .gar was northbound, running toward J. J.,Williams. J. S. Owsley, Sr. J. E .Lynn. t&kes Lyccc, ' greatly excited. Just before the this is dona sa committee will Military preparations WCto1 going for ijelton. It was in chargo of Conductor William Gooch. J. F. Cash. . ; . shooting ho said Tom went down tho be n Carroll, of Bridgeport, who was S. H. Shanks. appointed ;.f to;5j$cottaln il War(l to prevent a lot ofrought cona- -i road ttt'tho direction whence the shots tho trust Wll(.agrD;3Jjh ng tho killed, and Mortorman th( tng from PA'ris to act rotoiisly. Drej' W, H, Cummins. A. W. Carpenter. J. B. Owsley. came,- - with what he thought to be a Independent dlslitcjfiffCb 'limit tht mUton, of Bridgeport, who escaped fus was tocross from the orison to.ian.1 fjumpiug. The trestle Is 440 feet gun. Robinson, testified in tho exam- production of their T$e' trust, but' nobqdy was tb s ig, made of iron with stone founda- ining trial. thoKTora land Jim were controls a little overTi"al.'Jihoenttr court house,the military, whfch'.barjed him except ons and was not protected by guard both "At homo wKJin Iho shot's wcro capacity of tho And left ofytho. lis. &alnU that he was thought proba'blfl tlio ofllcgri", bf'Iht, the' street to tho right tired. Now, ho Tjvcpn door. An.r ofllcCr.whrSDcred tQ , -,, JMT. ... v Scuth of the trestle an incline down forced by the llakcrsro swear to a He company will consider anyropoUlbiJ mA nrlian T tvao iltiilin l.VMff.. f tTt t.rt hlch the car ran at a high rate of as they threatened toklh.hlm. from outsiders. This makes' doubl'ful. uw eed. After it ran onto the trcstlo John' Collins testified that when ho tno eacctlvcness outho movemdnt, ' mo winuow.Avnicii uc luuicavcu !get a gllmpso qt Drcyius. about ten feet the trucks left tho heard' shots ho Immediately ran up pcclolly as persons promln'entniith; Tho prisoner was to cross the' streetand then the car continued on Iho hill in Jhoir tilrcctloii. Ho saw combino have rccontly spoken jjipisCyor-abljilt len. minutes past slxaid to waltMn! two men enter Tbm Jiakcr's house; les for about 75 feet, when It went of the plan of thd" lnc(epeidcii t a private rpom. for thc.summsns toapCr'trcstle and dropped into tho but could pot identify them. distillers. Thfro. Is a dlsposltfbn-osv. pear. uef below, overturning comDletclv Fuller Iiarrott had testified twice be tho part of sofno'of the latter to.rnafke'J lh tlrtih.ore nis juagejsv;-1 precisely 'lh6'."dbo?, of theToitltnamed When the car struck, fore that Tom and Jim were at home war on ino uig concerns ji 4. suouio upending. t tltfy, 'prison opcnedan'diryfus,.guatvd- K four-to'wjicn Wilson Howard was killed. This refuse tollmltrproductlon.' motor and the heavy ?, j r !Y7."WfT ek's crushed into It. Instantlv klll- tlmo he swore that he, in company pcarvu. xi c wure a uriiuuu TTTr.T.Trn Au rnwcTAT.p. SSsHsBsHHsSSVHdlsrisBl u33NTID , I , -' with Jim, Tom and Wlloy Baker jbianyof the passengers. v .form. Tho ' stiff were, .together in Mree physicians who wcro passenroad the m ,iel, formed! 4at0, UicV Heltaer Shot wjicn. Howard, enrh'o up; tson a car a short distance behind, that Jimtrd In n. Rmnt hf Man fnnied if ow rfVOigure, ittrid'thevholoJgjM nf T1Ia I? mi L .T'orn fired ond llurch Storr fell jed quickly on the scene and rend- rr " "r i IT seemed an awicwat-d,- ' at.,r.Tiie.' t uci v "" msrmm vrr ' dead and Bill Howard was wounded. e,7tll possible assistance 'to tho in- "ipws of gold braid'ihatvcre-'twfrf ' T Jim Baker fired and there was a fusil-ad- c . .. Word t i. ".iV,.. .. yt eo was sent to Bridgeport liOuo.i! ivy., Aug. o. V.L nts cuits on me aay oi ms,u of bullets. He said tho Bakers been received here Irpm a?Mmote.part ambulances and a polico vre glinting in tho sun. cets. JriODes. Linen SXorc6d'hlra to swear false the first two oi Licsne county oi me Kiiiingj,oi.a i'O'ihurrlcd to the.6ceno and, Kaatib (Jo t i j "iir.i i . m'ttiv uiiuug EUrnisn.MetaiUQasKetsiaxma times. Barrett was indicted with the con'stablo by hlprl.soncr. Lusl'.Th'urs was as suu as nis.uniiorm. andiCollat9.. mnvu' i tj a v' , . 1., t i akers for tile awarder, vbut after his uay.Jim iiouzer,wcnt. vsaiic.n .ro jriiS nean nign as ii. on,pu SBailcrriav.e:iiiiioirniwgjorMlwu"wrriuiacfi MUUUuuauooDwx, :,ui4 'Prrww2!52SSi2B!ii nd&BMa " ... mwnMWViaaM.auiiii a man not used' to Ire fhonweaitu ho turned state's ovi5 I rest a man named Howard, from tremcly ioin oi tac town nan at strai- and mecli.inicnl measured dencc. He is n first cousin to Tom Harlan county. and in a very short time S3 bodies Tho two Ono might think ho marked t hi- tim'u Orders bijTetearagli or Telephone PrompUu Attended to Qau or NIolit Baker. were laid out awaiting identification. cccded distance when Beltzci as he walked. Tho defense claims to bo able to stopped and entered a house, lcav accident was witnessed by Miss The His hair is of reddish gray, his nat prove, an alibi. Ling Howard outside. As Bcltzet mustache is frankly red. His face had Francis Peck, who resides about 400 was returning and stepped from the a drawn and worn expression, the eyes feet from the bridge. She was upTHE GRIFFITH FACTION. doorway, Howard drew a 45 Colts, fired furtively inquiring, as if looking out stairs at her homo as tho car j A Body of Slonnteil Sun, With Winches- - and shot him through the head, causfor traps and pitfalls. His complexion was passing and she says that It . amr ing instant death. sjf m,VUJ "tcrs and RcTolvrrf, Are on tho is fresh, tho kind of freshness that ac- was running unusually fast. Frank Clajrfcountjr. Howard made his escape and up tc companies auburn hair. Tho lips aro Cramer, who was bathing near tho Wur'to Saturday had not been apprehended bj rather thin, and the chin is that of a bridge, states that the passengers wcro London, Ky., Aug.(5. A force of tho county authorities, who have of- strong man. Indeed, tho chin contra- all singing and in tho most joyful m 'arxfm, mood as they passed him. about 15 mounted men, armed with fered a reward for his being brought dicts the Impression of tho eyes. ML Tho road, which Is practically conWinchesters and Colt'slrevolvcrs and a to Hyden, tho county scat. Capt. Dreyfus crossed tho hall close good supply of nhimunltlon, passed beto mo and entered a room, the door of trolled by the Hrldgeport Traction Co., The Testimony Cloned. was opened for trafllc last Thursday. tween hero arid PUtsburg Thursday Bahdouhville, Ky., Aug. 0. Th which closed behind him. Ivsaw also Wo oarry Draffs, Ohemlonls, Paints, Ollo.'v night going in tiro direction of Clay tho arrival of tho witnesses, who wero Varniehos, Patent Modlclnoa, Fancy Soaps, county.- - They wcro members of tho testimony has closed in the cast taken to the rector's room. FROM GRADUAL DECLINE. Oriflln faction, and it is supposed that against James Baker for killing WilOlgara, Tobaccos, &c At 7 o'clock tho coming of tho court they have joined those who have gone son Howard. Tho witnesses for tht was announced In military fashion, Nti. Slartha Holt, AVIfo or lllnliop J. W, Proscriptions carefully compounded at all Molt, of Hid United Itretiirrn Into Manchester to attend tho examin- defense testified that Tom and Jamci the soldiers presenting arms. Tho Baker wcro at home when tho killing Church. Orad. ing trial "of Green Griffin, which Is set hours. judges entered from the wings and for Friday. Green is to be. tried for occurred. Argument commenced Fri- wcro In full dress uniform. They proDaytox, O., Aug. a Mrs. Martha Give us a call for goods usually kept In a tho killing of Edward Flsherlnthoblg day. Thc.caso will be" given to tht ceeded in Indian file to their places beHott, wife of Uishop J. W. Ilott, of Tho cast s battle of two weeks ago In Clay coun- jury Saturday evening. dniffstoro. hind along tablo on a slightly ralsod ty. There telling whether trou-bl- o against Wiley Baker will then be platform. Col. Jouaust, the presiding of- tho .United Brethren church, died at their h'omo hero ou North Williams called. Although many feudists arc will occur or not. ficer, is a man of dignified appearance, strcct.Monday morning, aged about fi5 here, there are no disturbances. not unintcllcctual, and has an up- years, .the result of gradual decline in Sheriff ITard a 1'litol. ' Miss mil ley Convalescent right, martial air. Ky., Aug. 8. Deputy health covering several years. Mrs. . Lkxinoton, FitANKFOitT, Ky., Aug. C Gov. BradCol. Jouaust in a stentorian voice deHott was Martha A. Ilamcy, born at 'Sheriff Ikin Frcckman Saturday night ihot and wounded In tho wrist his ley says ho has been advised that his clared that tho trial be begun and, as Hayfield, near Winchester, Va., nnd neighbor, Benjamin McCann. They daughter, Miss Christine, is not seri- ordered, the accused bo brought in. they wcro married May1 31, 1804. She 'disputed over the conduct of McCann's ously ill, and will return to Frankfort All eyes wero turned upon Dreyfus. leaves throe daughters, Mrs. Kcv. His D. E.Lorcnz, of New York city; Mrs. children toward Frcckman's wife. Mc- Saturday or Monday to recuperate Ho entered with measured step. t T modo of saluting the court was jerky Trof, 3l Francis, of Los Angeles, from her indisposition. t' .... . Cann struck Frcckman with a club. and very composed but his fingers be- Cal., andMrs. Rev. J. G. Hubcr, of linjlag Hones for 'the l'hlllpplne. l'rmhorWIctlm Dead trayed nervousness. Ills volco is not them wero presNone LIncastek, Ky., Aug. 6. Burton & Lancaster, Ky., Aug. 4. 'Roberi good, but.it was outof practice for five ent at the0. tlmo ofof her death. Tho V !.' Co. advertised for 250 cavalry hor es. Burton, who was shot in tho bowels, , years. funeral will bo hold Wednesday after7i.Tj July 22, at Paint Lick by Gill Prather, i, 'JChey are'buyJng for thcgsvernment. The indictment is that of 1894. StocK, noon. Bishop Weaver, Rev". O. M. - died Wednesday evening after Intense horses will be sent to the Philipcautiously' all Matthews and Rev. W. J. Shuey will Dreyfus answered ? ' The suffering. Prather is in jail. T , pines. , questions. The judgo was fair, but officiate. J" evidently not friendly. Ho showed i Cat Ills- Urother. Itrclmenlnl Officers. Iildro JlmlntE Gains Strong Alltel d J, w. Hay don, W. P. Walton, J. H. Oolllor, M. D. Elmoro, J. a'Hoclcer, Louisville, Ky., Aug. i. C. C. Men- -' Carlisle, Ky., Aug. a Uumo Desha, himself, however, sensible and Cape Haitiev, Hayti, Aug. & Qons. and impressed everyone favorF. Bold, T. P. Hill, S. H Bauarhman, W. A.YTrlbblo, S. T. Harris gel, president of tho C. C. Mengel & colored, who has served a term in the Pablo" Reyes, Ramon Pachcco. Ciena' and M. J. MUlor. Bro, Co., lumber dealers, was elected Kentucky penitentiary, was arrested ably. v" The accused is unfortunate in not Navarro, Jose Polo and Jos. Jimincz In jail 1st regiment Kentucky I. '. and adjoining countlea, r j colonel oAheWednesday night. 0. W. and placed brother, here, charged with being able, apart from his sufferings have taken up arms in S nto Domingo Wc solicit tho accounts of tho citizens of Rockcastle business intrusted to cutting his from tho effects oi state guards h L' assuring them prompt and careful attention to all as told by others, to command sym- in' favor of Don Junn Isldro Jlmlnez "Gray wasjclected lieutenant colonel, which his death is momentarily exus. Personal application and correspondence, with a view. to. vi J "" pathy. His countenance only ex- and occupy tho plains of UtagucI and W.' M.itUolstbn major 1st battalion pected. business relations, rcnpcctfully invited. F.i pressed a wish to hldo his feelings. It Curabo, as far as Jos do Las Mutas, as If and Morris B. Gifford major 2d ba&"' Prospective Candidate, of Jno. J. McKoberts.'tJaBiiier, ttalion. It Is thought Mr. Mengel will sBowlino, Ghkk.v, Ky., Aujj. 8. Hon. is a reticent face, but not a bad one. well as tho townsand Gunyabin, aban- J. S. llockcr, Pres., Manzantllo Dajabon, Ono would llko it to bo more frank. 4," A. A. McKinnoy, Ass't Caahier. accept. J ( D. W. Wright, of this city, ono of the The volco Is not pleasing and the dic- doned by the troops of tho government Aced Sinn Trampled to Dentil. best known lawyers In the ctato, Is be- tion Is less so. of Santo Domingo. Hoi'kinsville, Ky., Aug. 8. William ing prominently mentioned as the Droyfus seems without dramatic feelJohnson, an aged citizen, was driving prospective candidate for congress. ing tult for Infringement of Tatcnt. ond lacks caso in all thing. ' Toledo, O., Aug. 8. Tho Acme Sucknear tho Louisville & Nashville depot, Mr. Wright represented this district in ho passed Mondaythroughacrucl ' when his horse' took fright and ran off, the state senate.' ordeal. It was trying, after the ex- er Rod Co. Monday & brought, suit throwing him from tho vehicle. Ho Spellacy, of W ', Jumped Into a Well, perience of tho last flvo years, to find against Kerr, Jones J became entangled in tho lines and foil publicity, Lima, for Infringement of patent in Vaxckburo, Ky., Aug. a Miss Eliz- himself In the full blaze of qt under the horse's feet, when he was scrutinized by700ob-servcr- connection with tho manufacture .WV trampled almost to death before he abeth Reuse, 30 years of age, of Cin- and stared at and Emily Chawfoiid. sucker rod. Mayor Jones is tho cinnati, a guest of the hotel at For Everytlilng: lu '"squid bo rescued. Ho is unconscious of the Acmo Co. and his petition springs, 12 miles south of here, ,nnd will die. damages. alleges Infringement and A Dlstresilnc Tracodr, jumed into a well and committed suiDes Moines, la,, Aug. 8. Fred ' Bister's Defender Acquitted. cide Jack Ilenn.tt Uofeat, Itllly Hill. a carpenter, undertook to commit Ik'- Ky., Aug. a Jerome MiDDLESDono, Small Strike at Mlddlesboro. New YonK, Aug. 8. At tho Coney suicide at his homo Monday evening ailliam.'.who shot and killed John Hall MiDPLEsnon9, Ky., Aug" 4- .- Twenty His son, Archie Island Athletic club Monday night at Pound Gap, Va., about ten days mon at tho furnace- here of tho Vir- by shooting himself. ' llunncll, undertook to wrest his re- Jack Rcnnett, of Pittsburgh, defeated ago, was acquitted of the chargo at ginia Iron, Coal and Coke (k. went ifi volver from him., "ho gun went off hilly Hill, colored, of Iloston, In tho his trial, it being proved that the kill out on a strike Wednesday 4or higher Mid the sea fell del d, shot through tho 4th round, on a foul, after haflngouV log was in BEST QQ0P3 AT LIVING PRICES, wages,, fought him from tho ttart, u.. heart, ei4 it -l "Va.! . It seemed aiiundrcd y Two Tersons Are Known to Have E- ny of the Victims Mara Iqtantly Killed ltoad W awtrs -- "Only Opened Thursday. cspeil-Ma- m Line Near Bridgcpi NATIONAL Successors to Farmers BANE, OF STANFORD, KY, - Capital $100,000. STANFORD, KY., sKeS-noo- -- - - tr:... DIEEOTOES. - . pja;. te'atrt i'jiol es-.- J.B. Owsley, Cashier. W. S. H. Shanks, President. -- . Bright, Asst. Cashier. - WILLIS GRIFFIN, Frafilical n ty-- -r- CR--- "- WWl.W. . llngsltffli jvu-.- V'jI-if- ljB u.nr . -- !( I , 8l',r . T ft i. ;.. r'. pro-som- r Funeral Director, i MT. VERNON, KY. ' . ... ns.uas uan B03om3,umA rE-T3n- wteifxnaSSiSSm -. - i 1 Sm! Drugrgists "'Vs . and Pharmacjists.' m j r WILLIAMS & WESLEY Vernon, Ky. I Qrst-olas- Is-n- o 11 FIRST NATIONAL BANK v n, OF STANFORD, KY. l' Capital $100,000. Surplus, $17,320. &: s. i - DIRECTORS: sober-minde- "T' . " - J" , . Sabl-nct- a, , How-ove- r, GO TO. - JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY., s. prcs-de- nt Escu-lapi- a I K ' Hun-noi- l, ( N i Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, General Merchandise. r. . oeU-defen- ' 'V - 41 i "V yt Vernon Signal Allg. 11 l8J9 Published every Etiday t AMES MARET. StlCSCKIPTION ONK YHAK $l.OO Advertising rates made known on application THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA. For the last fifty years the De mocratic party of the State has by a few in controlled been dividuals and their offspring. The offices have simply been handed down lrom generation to generation. If a Clay, a Breckinridge, a Blackburn, a Hardin, a Tate, a Carlisle, or a John Young Brown shied his castor into the the ruic for an office, no one dareu to knock it out. No one from the. Mountains, or elsewhere, tinlesi he be aristocratically bornt need apply yet-hmay possess as much brain as th;y. "We are great men; our fathers Wvire great men and we are the aristocracy of the State; these offices-arours." And they were. Con.eiitions were called and by e take the stump for Goebel. Not two weeks ago he staled to a leading politician of this county that he would take the stump for Goebel and the ticket in October, and would be a candidate for United States Senator to succeed De'joe. To the first man correctly guessing why the so suddenly changed his mind we will seud the Sentinel one year free of charge. The has formed air alliance with the Republicans by which if he can carry enough Legislative. Districts this fall they will send him to United States Senate. As we ate already getting the Sentinel you can just se'hd" on to some weab-knee- d -- '01' COiJJLYER & UNDERTAKERS, '! NiTK r.a OWENS KY ;" E RRnnHFAH. Caskets Aoffins, Ibbes, etc., in stock. Orders by mail, kept tele-grap- j, Democrat. Jts to me by the , telephone prdmptly' filled SALE For Family and Medical You Want U Josurn Cabonka of 'Geneva; N. V., while fleeing around a haystack, from a maddened bull, touched the tail of a mule. The animal's heels flew up struck the bull in the head. He didnt live a niirfufc. John Young Brown take warning and dont worry the Democratic mule. COLD SPRING OUNTVlAfl N The Finest ELSON . .sour MASHWVrt 3 year old at $2.00 6 year old at $2.50 10 Sold Direct from Distillery. Jug; and Bottle Trade Solicited. ICWTV lOrvL I KY. J By virtue o ft.lieif)i ovisions of a deed of trust Vxec'itted per Gallon, pe Gallon, year old at $3.00 per Gallon, -- fii The Bowling Green News says LLMINING COMPANY someone lojd Mike Peteasta funny ,story in a Louisville saloon and he laughed for two hours. A physih the ician had to be summoned to relieve on 10th day of Nwember 1898 and duly reworded him. The joke must have been the clerks office at. "MtiSf onion Ky., I will offer for sate n't one about John Young Brown the. workings of the aristocratic the next Governor of Kentucky. public auction, onMjrcmisftj. on Saturday Aug. 2Gth I899 machine, nominations went through properly both real a'nd at 12 o'clock nopnj All of the But a i.ew era dawned' at the LouIk an interview at Chicago Sunisville Democrat Convention when bolongingftho said the aristocrats were knocked out by day Mr. Bryan declared that he personal was qoming to Keutuchy and an active aud agressive young Democracy. They passed "chegood would speak for th nominees of thing around,'-8- and that is what the Democratic party, ot which the old ring leaders are argry about Mr, Goebel is the head. and are asking for anew ticket. The Yaqtti Indians are said to They are dying hard, What does The real estatKncludes over 1500 acres, and mineral new ticket mean? Does it have prepared themselves for a prothe The place is fully mean that they expect to elect their long war against the Mexican gov- rights in about SOQnwwj.s additional. No never, Does it ernment. As between the Indians candidates? mean that they want to crush the and Mexicans we consider the In- equipped with inclinef trams, tip houso, side tracks &c. The party, at whose public crib they dians as the better people. personal property; consists of miners tools, furniture, stock of have led so long, because their Merchandise, book accounts &c. There are two veins of coal ratious have been cut short? It looks that way. Does it mean that Stock, Crop on me piace. by so doing (nominating a new ticket) they will breed honesty inMrs. Jan. D. Lisle sold last week to politics something that was to Hodgkin Bros, a lot of 160-l- b never known before? Who ever hogs at 3c.Winchester Demoheard of honesty in politics? There crat. ,j is no such thing, If yous will "-"' W. Ei Walden bought Saturday 'm: ,sliQ w us a man who goes into a pri- mary, or convention, in earnest, to of Johnson Aldridge, 33 stock ew.es win, aud does not use every means at $4 each. Winchester Democrat. and power at his command to gain The Interior Journal, of Stanford a vote, we will have his likeness notes the sales of five cdr loads of placed at the head of our editorial hay at $8 per ton; 3,000 bushels of columns that people may look upon old wheat at 70c; a lot of coin in him as the coming of a second the crib at $2 per barrel; 26 stock v Christ. hogs at 3c; 31 lambs at 5c) a lot they see that their day is of wethers at No, some butcher past in Kentucky politics; they and stuff at 3 Jc. Winchester Demotheir offspring have enjoyed the crat. - r-- ,Mi t - . fruits of the public crib for many W. B. Kidd, as agent for the W. X JCVJX.1VJLO: years past, and now, rathor than W. Bauer Co., o.T New York, see a raising.generaticn, of a diffe-ra- bought of re John and Henry Will stock take hold of the reins, iams 48 cattle wt. 1,422 lbs at 5c; they seek to hand the State over to of Waller Sharp of Bath coiunty, the Republicans and ca9t the Dem 100 choice out of 200, wt. 1,350 lbs., ocratic party, the party that has at 5c; 20 of Mr. Ratliff, of same honored them, the party that has place, at same price, and of Bob made they and their fathers great Rogers, at Sharpsburg wt.34 i,25obs. names, into the daik aud deep at $4.35. Winchester Democrat. MS1 abyss of oblivion. -There are more fine crops of to Citizens of sweetwater, Tenn. bacco arouud Dry Ridge than ever pelted two Mormon elders with before in history. Numberless in .'eggs and rau the evangelists out stances might be cited of farmers town. Yet this great republic, having crops of from 20 to 40 acres with a big R claims to be the home growing aud in a fine state of culof the free and the brave." How tivation, aud from this time on if much bravery is shown in such low there is a fair season tlte' crop from down cowardly acts in attacking this locality will, be the best evei these simply bcause their faith is grown. Williamstown Courier. W. B. Griffith, purchasing agent not on exactly the lines of other believers? These people the latter for Simon O'Dounell, of Chicago d day saints, no doubt, are just as bought 154 head of earnest in their work as are the var cattle lit from 4 to 5 cents, as folious missionaries sentto Africa and lows: From Horace Miller. 68; G. K !. " the islands in various portions of W. Rash, 48; J. C. Scobee. of .the world when quite a number of Clark, 37. He also bought 300 PINE) HIIvl,- COUNTY,' ' bearers of ''good tidings" are not more at same prices from B. F. rotten egged out of the community Wall, Henry Smith, and others. but are slain and eaten. Our 1 am in need of what you owe honest belief is that the cannibals are much less to blame than the me. Please call and settle. This "civilized" American or Amercaus means you if you owe me. who will attempt to stop free speeeh Mrs. Cleo Brown. free religion and justice to all. ReTo Builders. J. W. Marie ligious and political intoleiancehas caused untold misery, with the first & Sons now have their mill on on named, under various cloaks, in of the best sites in the county and ' ' l-''''' '' ' A'wSm'' are lully prepared to cut bills tol the lead. 1 order on very short notice. LumThe Shelby Senlinal says that ber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon Brown tune and again stat- if desired. Give us your (.rders and' ed that he craved the oppcrtuity. to get prompt attention aud the Ues US pineihI 7Hf J. B. DA NT, Distiller, GETHSEMANE, Mr DAVIS & SON be-in- g General Merchandiser CTI AUTn DEALERS IN Come to see us. . CifATT DDrtlJIfC Will sell you honest Roods at lair prices. T rTTM MnWn fA 1 ", 'I orne0rf Old Main and Church MT. VERNON. KY. Sts Pine hS Mining Company. &OC$SC$D FAIR WF CHAMP Don't buy Furniture without seeing me. I can save you money. Bed room suits, French plate glass mirrors in dresser $10.50 and up. Diessers. beds, (Iron and brass trimmed) Tables, chairs, rockers, soffas, springs, matresses, (all kinds), cots, picture frames, easels, hat racks and the nicest and cheapest line, of JLand, Lounger and Couches Found anywhere. Come and see; it's only FAIR, no cost. Also a car load of Globe Fertilizer on hand at lowest pi ices. Try me for Flour, Meal, ShipstufTs &c, aud bring your proRemember the place. duce. I'm your friend, be MINE. The.jlputatton of the Pine established and that sectionrar Kentucky which is its neaest market includes the best portion of thev blue grass re Hill coal MT. VERNON, K sm l H GREEN FONT 3; o$oDrug Store o (A -- .a tm- a 1 .,. Is the place to buy Drugs, Patent Medicines,. Jewelry, To- - &X&X&X Sh$ Jv O nt V. I , Stationery, Cigars and J $20,oootcash, balance in 12, 11 baccos, Paints and Oils, Call Notes for same "I and 24 monffis in when in town. to be excutelby the pureitafeer, C. C DAViS & CO bearing interest from date, and Jr title retained untill all payments Hotel Frith are made, An inspection of the SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES. F.IFRANCISCO, Prppr. Locate d at the DepotSgaw property is Invited. For futher T" Brodhead, Ky particulars, address. 30 inches long, all white j$j , WANTED, C gra.de' 2x2", ii of better, $12 per m. inches" 28 Good Liver Attaehed i'4oo-pouri- S. fks: IM Parrish, Trustee 2x2, jo long, red, $1 all Trains, Day and Night. 7 j Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited. Will. fur red $4 lunches for all trains. Meet per m. 1x1?, Do .. inches long,;white ROCKCASTLE per m. per m. ;1 m- KY SINGLE .TREE BILL'ETS. iller House; ' HUGH MiLLfiK 2x3', 38 per in; $22 inches, lou whitd' i S' '' -- Ex-Go- v. k - . To be delivered at any. station' llEADQUALlERS FOR on K. D of L. & N. or K. C, division, will cull once every tw COMMERCIAL MEN. weeks. L. L. Inspector. B6yPorter all trains.- at brodhead, Ky. Jarrett, - -- v. JO)- - ":a ' 'fit' " t' w-th "' - - -- J f V HSE Fannie, a daughter of J., M; Half-solSPECIAL CAR. BRODHEAD. Clarencei Hayes, who has. been Ladies' shoes for 2,5c Prewitt was adjudged insane and confined 'to. liiK bed for some time and 35c. Localieright Nos, 27 and 2 will sent to Lexington Satui;day. J "cawyextra 'coach and" han'dle'pa I will put a pad in your saddle E. E. Prothefoe and wife went to with typhoid fdver, is'at this writ- Ky., Aug. u, 1899 ing.some better. for $1 00 up to $vso.-- ' T'liUve Mt. Vernon, Theo" Wesley has purchased the cangrs between Brodhead and Liv Crab Orchard Wcdrjesday.. years experience1 in interest of D. N. Williams in the ingston during jBrodliead Fair ,D. Francisco and wife, John Brown's body at Harpprs had foiirtc-eof.Ingalls, ' the leather business and guataijtee Drug Store firm of Williams & Augst 23, 24 and, 25 lottrtdetthe Mt. Vem- -i, Ky., Pt-Si. II' Kas,,. have been visiting relatives Feny is a type of .the, ..political mall natter Wesley. body of John Young Brown of best workmanship, 6:05 here. Lkavr Livingston " ' V 6:32 Pine Hill : , 4'Clyde Thompson, a son of G C. Died-Yeary, of the Chest-n,u- t Mt, Vernon 7:00 lhonipsou. Laurel county, was I want some more of that good Lost, A small pair of side cutGrove neighborhood. Maretburg accidentally shot in shoulder by Ice Cream and bestest Candies ting pliers. Notify Signal office. Tlie remains of Mrs. Haggard, of Arrive at Brodhead, another boy. made by ? W Davis Mr. and W. T. Brooks, of Paris. Negro Creek, who had been living Returning Ice cream in chunks it sticks, W. P. Chasteen, colored, of in Middlesborough for sometime, are visiting homefolks relatives and LeuiiyiLI, Naimvillc H. R. Co. p.m, made on a new process. Deli Leave Brodhead :45 Berea, gave an interesting lecture were brought here on the. morning friends. cious. See S. W. Davis. Maretburg '4:00 at the colored church on the subI,' fe N. LOCAL VlME CARD. Miss Nellie Hackney of .London, tram Tuesday, and taken to the Mt. Vernbti 'IV ject of the negro. 45, For the best shave' or is visiting Mrs. Cleo Brown, here. former place for burial. f.Day Mail North! 11:05 a m '$05- - ' Pine Hill Jiair-cu- t to be had within 4" Day Mail South . I'm one of the subscri- Arr. Livingston Mrs. Jake Surber and eldest son, Colyer & Owens successors to 1:57 P m &40 utiles of old 'Crab 9 "Night Ex. North bers that has always paid Henry, of Hope, Ind., are visiting A. E. Albright a full line of Gro 1:32 a tn A, E. Albrighj, Orchard goto Sain Blakeniore, ;u'p-- . .Night Ex. South.. for the Signal. My face llieir cousins, W. H. Collyer and ceries Sic, Call on them. .t 1:44 am t stairs in Gover's building. The 'poSec'y R. C. F. Asso'n indicates what I think of Dannie Owens, of this place. Mrs. J, A. Landrum, Agent. We will not be under sold." We litest djrkfly.,jn seven states. Lee Barnes was jailed here Mon- Surb?r has 'Iff' hot visited this part of have every thing from a hoejtandle one who fails to pay the printer. fe "''T day charged with shooting at PJeas' An Epidemic of Diarrhoea. ' Jthe country, for 20 years. to a turning plow. Houk & Son. CHURCHES. Osgood and Charley DeBord a short time since." Mrs. Maud Mr. A. Sanders, writing from C6 'Ck'nitlan Molds nervices 1st & 3r Suuday For the best shave cr hair cut, JMissIva Painter is here attend Stuatt, of Toledo, Ohio, and Miss 'coanut Grove, Fla., says tils. id. and at 6:30 p. m. ing, the protracted, meetings at the go to Samuel Blakemore's shop at Ibtren quite an epidemicof there lias L. & N. Railroad Rates to Bessie Martin af Stanford, visited diarrhoea Holds services en the 4th . FrciVyterian Crab Orchard. tf , CONVENTION- - Baptist church. Mrs. Nancy Proctor of this place LEXINGTON there. He had a sev'erc attack and, Snadar this vreek. A blind bridle for 65c at- S. W. was cured by four doses, of Chamaud other poiqtsi , Charley Faris, of Garrard county, is visiting relatives' here. Davis. Don't foiget the,.place. n tin Hccomd Baptist Church Services berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarn On account of Democratic The hemp crop in Bourbon will Suuday and Sunday Saturday night at Lexington, thelL. & N. Mrs. David Payne, of Crab For .Sale. --Two houstA' atid rhoea Remedy. He say's he 'Rlso ra every Sunday. Prayer only yield half a crop this year. Schtolat 9 recommended it to others .and' ttfoy mtfttae o Tuesday nlchts. yas' visiting her daughter, lots in Mt. Vernon at a bargain; Corn will only yield about half a Railroad will sell tickets to that say it is the best medicine they ever fare for Mrs, L S. Bnrdett, ot. this place. crop. The falling off in these crops city at one and Lur.A Liford. 4t MASONIC. used. For sale by Williams' & is due to the drouth. Winchester round trip for all regular trains of 'Miss Theddie A half dozen coal Wanted Thurmanis visitAskland Lodge No. CIO meets L'ttl Mon- - Deniocrat. Wesley, druggists, Mt. Vernon, Aug. 1,5th and trains to arrive in ing her sister, who is teaching the miners. Will give steady work day 10 A jii. Ky. Lexington on morniuc of Aug. primary department in the school for next six months. Walters Bro's & Co's stave mill 16th Tickets will be good tofre; here. J. W. Marler, ; will shortly be moved to Belington. turn on August igtu. fcor rates LOCAL and OTHERWISE. Mt. Vernon. Ky. '" COURT.VGALENDAR. W. Va. We regret to lose such from this point see Agent Landr ;L. L. Jarrett went to Mt Vernon Canopy top, two seat, half platCounty Coirt. Fourth Moa Tuesday to inspect timber. splendid people. They are stiaight ruin at L. & N. depot. ' form spring wagon, both shalves day in each'month. forward in all their dealings and One fare to Louisville and return ';Dr Atchison is at Pittsburg on a and pole for sale by R. L. McFeir-roL. L. Jarrett, of Brodhead, was everyone is sorry to see them leave Quarterly Court. Fitst Monshort visit. Aug. 15 aud 16th limited id Aug. ts here Tuesday last. Mt. Vernon; also sells the cel day in January, April, July and country. our ' 21st to return. This is on account .Messrs. John aud Eddie Heron ebrated Owensboro wagon call and October. Mrs. W. T. Short attended the The colored folks picnic here of colored peoples fair. Circuit Courts Second Mo .will iretiirn to the Masonic Home see them. it day in February, Fourth Monday Lexington fair. " Tuesday was a success. The cake $1.25 Round trip to Cincinnati th'e 12th. .' . .', For Sale. Three houses and in May and Third Monday ia Sep Judge Morrow is recuperating at walk at night was immense. Saturday night, good returning! jgThe protracted meeting at the lots in Orlando also a good farm on tember. Walker Dttlaney, Will Mack and Sunday night. Crab Orcha rd Springs. Mt. Vernon Police Cohrt; Baptist church is progressing nice- Cove branch 135 acres. Good Will Farisof Crab Orchard were Congressman Davison was here ly. The chitrch was very fortunate buildings and out houses. Good ThirdMonday in each month. winners. The best of or.der preLIVINGSTON. Monday aud Tuesday. in getting such an able man as grass land as well as highly provailed throughout the day and Rev. Stamper to conduct this meet ductive f 01 other crops. Well waL'ost a small pair of side cutting night. Professional Cards. Lige Herrin and John Blanket:-shi- p ing. tered. At a bargain apply to Sigpliers. Send to Signal. Lloyd Maret, who is attending hare the" contract of removing nal or J. B. Owens, Orlando. tf. has just school, has, for the last ten days, and fitting up of the old Mullins The Gentry reuuioli P. A. Pennington, D. D. S.; M. D. G. O. P." in this instance In order to make room for our worked in the place of S. C. Frank- store house that is situated on the taken place at St. Louis. DENTST, means "Gentlemen of Fall line, we will close out our enA. E. Albright was here Tues' lin, our foreman, who has been ill. railroad to main street. Principle" never fail to tire line of hats at Lloyd and Alec Pennington, our pirces N W Cor. Third aud Chestmtt Sts. There was quite a crowd at- the day advertising Brodhead fair. Call and see them. "devil," with our assistance, have reception of Mr. and Mrs, Houk & Son. ' H. pay the printer. J. LOUISVILLE, KY. Miss Nellie Hackney of London kept the thing "gwine" in pretty Hagan last Saturday evening at We extend a hearty invitation is the guest of Mrs Cleo Brown. Will be at Miller House, Mt. good shape. Mr. Frauxlin is now w , MARETBURG. "Pap" Orndorfs. to every one to come and examine Veruon during all Circuit Courts' and in J. M. Troxel wa9 in from Orlan- in the composing-rooour goods aud if we cant sell you B, J. Bethurutn, S. D Lewis, and T V, shape to render that service which do and renewed his subscription. C C. Williams were down from r. Jack Mullins of this place; as. cheap as, any one, we do not ask Wm. Dye and Ad Henderson has always proved valuable to the Mt. Veruon last wee"Jr Houk & Son L. amy Miss .Helen- - Elder of. Ouail your tradeG..W. Mcci.ure. J. W. Browh. UST were up from May wood last week. Signal. John Cook, of- - Jellicq.TiCTenJ tt,n ArW! vtinued in "matrimony, dt.'the 'McCLURE & BROWN If the Polly Hiatt heirs will Vi'mm , E.i't by underground rail'- sssssssssssssssW was here last week, 0 visit rela iiom ew the bride, on. last Sunday Thomas Goaway and William Wk learn this office how many acres lately registered at way and the grapevine route that tives at this place.week, by Rev. Martin Owens. Comalong each received aud the price they our Republican fr?ends will hold a ; hotel W. R. DiKion, D. S. McKinuey, Mt. Vernon, Ky. E. Protheroe of Brodhead and E. will sell at we may be able fo sell :.ic convention here on Saturday Aug.-26tJohn Farmer, W. W. Wright and Miller of Philadelpeia were here to parties who are inquiring ab6nf A. A. Hughes, of Avon, sold to nominate a candidate for AH business entrusted toouncaffc said limn. Signal, Simon Weil, 51 export cattle at 5 legislature from this district, on ac- Dn Pettus attended I'lVe 'fair last Tuesday. will receive prompt attention, Richmond. Mt. Vernon, Ky cents. count of some narrow minded per- week at Mrs. (James Adams is still very Office on Main street A. J. Fish, of Mt. Vernon, was low. D. R. Totten has a cabbage sons who have received a hundred Trace chains at 30c per pair; here last week visiting1 his icousiu, stalk with 12 well formed heads favors from this office well let Jay .Hunt and Albert Killfsn left breast at 30 cents per pair. Tongue K Flem Garrett. thereon. it go. They are not too, old to last night for Indiana to seek work. at 50 cents per pair at S. W. , ,R. G. WILLIAMS, Miss Carrie Luir, of Mt Vernon, learn fiat there are honest men in ' Dr. John M. Williams is nictly It is hoped by their parents aud Davis. -- JUa A located in U. S. hospital ai San both patties and some mighty trif- is visiting Miss Lida Cook this friends that they will soon realize We have a line of shoes that canling citizens that should not be rec- week. Francisco. MT. VERNON. KY. that "there is 110 place like home" not be excelled anywhere; and we ognized by any paity. Owing to railroad matters, Dr. and that old .Rockcastle can still Misses Bid Dolan ,and Maggie will sell them at prices to suit every There will be a gold medal con- Cooper and John', Walton have rework to those in need of emC. C. WILLIAMS, Walters were callers At this office one.' batistaction guaranteed. test held at the court house Wed- signed as school trustees, and John ployment. Wednesday Attorney-a-LaHouk &S011. t nesday evening of Institute week. Blankenship was appointed for the Mr. and Mrs. S; H. Martin were , 1?hc C. S. ran trains over Mrs. Rosalind Nesb'itt their Dr. Penmngton, dentist, of Mt. Vernon Ky. and Miss former and Joe Clancy for the latthis line Tuesday on account of fire Ida May Adams have been instru- ter. Dr. Cooper and Mr'. Walton visiting friends in Mt. Vernon Louisville, will be at Miller Hotel ou 2nd floor of new Saturday. ill a tunnel1. during Circuit Court prepared to brick on Church street. Special mental in getting up this euterfain-meu- have made good trustees! and the Born to. the wife of Tillman do all kinds of dental work. attention given to collections. The. Democratic Campaign was 4L Those' who will speak are patrons are very sorry to give them up,, notwithstanding there has been Houk on the 9th a fine girl. opened- t&- KicHnloud' Monday by Misses Garlie Davis, Lillie Taylor, I wish to say that I will not loan" HOU. G. GTGilbert. W.- A. Hunt has returned home my buggy to anyone. DR. A. G. LOVELL, Cora Adams, Mary Williams, Celia two good men appointed' in their from'Kuoxville, Tetin., where he Gentry, Mesress John Baker, Gene place. Fred Krueger W. G.- Adanis, and' J. J. Moore, Physician and Surgeon1 Flem Garrett has accented a po has been employed in the switch For Henf; a house of 3 100ms 011 of Madison, were here visiting Lt Mullins aud others. All are cordially invited to attend. A small sition with Adams Express" Co. at yards. Newcouib avenue Mt. Vernon apply M. Houk. Tuesday. MY VERNON, admittance fee xocts will bo charg- Richmond, and will imbve there 36' d at Signal office. Mrs. Cleo Brown and son The railroad company has' pla- ed. After paying for medal which Soon. Ernest Fisbbacfc will take Office Nortlirtiue'Alain'slreet Keuzie. were visiting Mr. "We have so)d many different ced semiphore signals at Crab Or- costs $5,oo'the balarite will be sent Mr. Garrett's placejhere. MrsS. H. Martin Saturday and cough remedies, but none has given? chard and Ml. Vernon1. to Mrs. Frances Beauchamp to aid If you can't find out why Lewis Suuday. better satisfaction than Chamberin building the Mountain Industrial Dillon did not go to; see his girl Circuit has lain's," says Mr. Charles Holzhau- -' v SURVEYOR- Sunday ask his mammal the indexing .and filing of school. WILDIE. er', Druggist, Newark, N. J. ""It ' the A' overhauling some old papers We are informed that Prof. Mi.B. hisoffi'ce. is perfectly safe and caii be relied Mt. i ' iiVcir'cUitclfcrks office the following Jonesr of London, will conduct the iu all cases of coughs,, colds C. M. Stewart and sister of ToAlso, an Ageur for tin Ed Albright was in Wildie Mon- upon was fouhd. In thbse day a flourish- Teachers' Institute at Mt, Vernon, or hoarseness. Sold by Williams Tailors in the worlt ledo hae been visiting relatives ing business was done in fox heads. beginning Monday. August 1.4. Our day, advertising Brodhead fair, 8c Wesley, Druggist; Mt. Vernon, Pilts-uir- g and Rowland here It is said by old residents that one superintendent is to be congratuTand Smith, of Silver Creek, Ky. fox head has' been known to have. lated upori'selecting' such a worthy visited his parents, Mr. Mrs. J. v Mrs. Margaret Griffin has her home near Wildie, been reported Uventy times and gentleman to preside over a body H. 'Smith. How canritbedbne?"'' But it is 'iR. L BROWN,:. . ltfc fnnwltor1 after a wk isit to relatives here. cettificates issued.' The1 law was f Ty1n Kr easy for S. W. Dav's. ' ' sj , , Uornto the wife of Floyd 'V.J t ...1 1...n. finally repealed and' some of the niiii-sui- ..1. incus -uuy mm !..... .1 aiiucs-miss micie.ttutrts, or wiiite oia- - ' .Jas. ' Golf sold recently to atIvfet v, k " a J .... frifMiriri r list Peters on the 3rd, a girl. ; for 30c, 40c, and 50 cents per &. r Priru for Toe Bales, 20 cattle people lost hundred' of dollars on Hon. i h"'" MT, VERNON; KS. . Marlow attended the boy's shoes fof 25c. "i -f their investment in" certificates: vveefc.. wt. i',4& lbs at 4cWinchcster Half-sol- e girl's .shoes for 15c and State of keutuckV RocCaScl Conty Dr. Cooler was" ddw.t .to Crab Richmond fair last week. DemocrnX. this day perseuly Vrd befor trie Orchard Sunlay to see his brother- - Thomas Richmoud has moved iu 25c l:,ratik Walliu, of Guinsul- rod ferel a gestis of the pes fare, in l.iw. I.M1.1.- 'Kedd A arnel and Dispatcher Moore has bought' W. the Rupert Menifee house. pberwisihe ;guestoftheird5ugh ers RoCCase, t",v' Dr. Lewis bought of Finley Mrs. 1. r unftin and Mrs. produst tlle head of towred foxes P.' (j.'iri'ett'.s prnpertv .Main Tate the first of week. Ambrose one horse and ben duly sworn stats that he .street fur :oo. Mr Muoie will DRY GOODS, I." for $40;' a,J bolters caught and kild The n'ricj calliug for loxeA in tins go to lions keeping S'km. .", Dr. Hugh Gibson was down convent. on to be held at Lexington (Cont on the 2thof SipVteinber w tA3T rOHZVt.fi. j Here front ' 1866 and took tin oath recruited hv met wit 0 )ol reception ... from Richmond a few days ago 'to labt STEEL TRUSSED LEVERS . FOREVER. i .' COPPER PLATED, m IVH F m "see Mrsi.sWfiH-- , Brannaman vwho nj "Democ'i's. The Kepuuljcaus,took the revise Sthdt given under my v -- ' SHOES, GROCERIES, AND. BEAM WITH BEAM BOX, COMBINATION er CATALOQUC TRCC. '?', more .:.' and posted' up the "haudthis l he 12th djy of Settembr au ;t(elPlated Lnvlrfl. has been'sickfor several months, JONES OF BINGHAMTON. . Combination' beam. general' MERCHA NDISE BINOHAMTON. N..Y.'' Catalogue Vtte. iS65 Rod ferel G flVse but issome better, now- - . fiandb". . . i' ? Address, J0NC3 of iiMaHATON; i 5 2 ' Mt. VernotuSigtial c e t - to-da- Mrs. I r--3-5 1 I . -- . . -- ' , " .V 1 , - Con-ventio- Or-char- dj one-thir- d. 1 ' - n, ,1 , - way-dow- n i .... - .. no-tif- y - - Attroney s-atJ- La w - ttorriey at W, w ai-fo- rd , Bffi-Off- ice t. - - - - Mc-an- Clerkj-Griffit- com1-plete- d S. N. Davis papt-rs-n- v Vernon, -- ! I . Cas-tve- ll u-!l- .lti-t- if .-. '. TT-- 1f s: Attorney pair.-Half-sol- e J , M-rs- -. J Ws R' Mclure7 ) four-year-o- ld -- r--x- . - . . 1 i. -- PERFECT SCALES alNaKAMTCN, .. V NOTIONS, r-i- . . . it!''" di& i' t NrY, " I f mm M jKf t I& :,.. ys 1 ... . ( & -- 'wwe. ,,&.' W&fl Ib 4 ' . 4 f ' Honor is bs Deeds We Do, ft ry f -- 1 ,, Purchased mj THE WARRING INDIANS. ONE OF OTJTR HEROES. THERE IS A LIMIT. ' The pMce a wetf a In AWod&SaUa, j m we sty. but what Hood's SarsapariUa does, ttiat ICUS mc iiuryy, has won many remarkablcvictorles over the arch enemy of mankind Impure blood. It Is the best medicine money can buy. Be sure to get only Hood s, because ri4- haitlcxof war. f ft not what Mexican Soldiers Will Drive Thtro Oat ol km Instance ot the Splendid Courage tho 1'aqal ItlTer Country Ths and Lornltjr of Cncle Bttm'a .Indians Are Fortified. ' Soldtera, Fourth Gentlemnn Severely Strnlncd the Ilnnnds, of Ilniunn Credulity. after-dinne- "'""" . pp POINT IN THE CASE, Jake Didn't .Mind (he Chnrec Asmrtt Illm, lie Wanted to Know Something;. How a greater trouble overshadows a lesser was nfitlv illustrated in one of the minor courts the other day. The accused was a big, strong, honest German, greatly excited and disposed to do more talking ihan ia normimible under such circunv 'stances. The court distinctly said that th big man was charged with disturbing the peace and asked him whether he was guilty or not guilty. "Dot vos not'ino, shudee," came the response. "Der prcw ry he hired me ter drive dot vagon. Tony Velters, he say: 'Shake, it vos Dcsscr and you voin der union, und den he say vhy I dond't vait a dlectlc an sec how vos it. So I vait. "I'urdy gwick der boss he say: 'Shake, you can get your moneys und give up your dcam. We vos a union prewery.' I Say I ouid see Tony und ask him vot der reason mit him dot he adwise me out of a yob. Vhcn I find Tody he say did I haf some sense, und I told him.hp vos schniardcr und I vos und he didn't know not'ings." "Hut they say' you argued with ft club and that Tony's strongest proposition was a "TW vn nnt nnint. Rhuelffe. Vot I vant der find ouit is, how do I stant on der Hpr brick." union labor gucstion A r Detroit r rcc rress. Shoppy Announcement. A Kmni nrinter in makins un the forms one day in a hurry got a marriage and a grocer's notice mixed up so thej read as follows: "John Smith and Ida Quay were united in the bonds of holy sauerkraut which will be sold by the quart or barrel. Mr. Smith is an esteemed codfish at ten cents; while the bride has nice pigs' feet to display." Michigan Lyre. On August 15 the Big Four routo will run their nnnunl excurslou to Nincnra Foils. Tho rate will bo only S7.00 from either Cin- rlnnntl or indlnnnpolls witu correspondingConnectly low rntes from other points. ing lines will Fell excursion ticket via the Big Four routo. For full information cnll on youtMoenl agent or nddresH, Warren J. Lynch, G. I. A., Big Four route, Ills Four ISIngnrn I'iiIIh ISxrurMon. Cincinnati. O. Why They Are Jfervorm. says that those who dine with the queen arc usually painfully ncrvou. Perhaps they are tortured with doubt of the propriety of praising the pic, not knowing whether her majesty or the cook made it. Denver Post. A correspondent WtlliawiE "T nnflnratjinrl mil moved your family last week." Jackson "Yes; our servant girl didn't like the location we vere in." Columbus Journal. any wrong thing you can Never do put off till tomorrow. L. A. W. Bulletin. y Horses like to be well stalled, but not in a muddy highway. L. A. W. Bulletin. A quarrelsome man is always a petty man. Atchison Globe. Vigor What does It do? It causes the oil glands in the skin to become more active, making the hair soft and glossy, precisely as nature intended. It cleanses the scalp from dandruff and thus removes one of the great causes of baldness. It makes a better circu latlon in the scalp and stops the hair from coming out. li I'u it Prevents and it cores Baldness - CnioAGO, Aug. & A special from "You msy not believe it, gentlemen," reThe brightest pnge In the history ot marked one 'of r group encaged Austin, Tex.' says: A dispatch was refin war Is, prhnps, lliot which recordB in trhoking cigars in front of a totel, "but I ny ceived hero Monday night from Cacao the thotightfuluess of the otlkcra ami have used a fountain pen constantly for four Drandcs, state of Chihuahua, Mcx., say. tho fulthfulneBB of their men qual years, and have never had the least trouble Ing-thono regiment of Moxlcau cav- ities which, when conjoined, make a with it." is "That indeed remarkable," rejoined analry had left thero and started 'on its regiment an nlmost irresistible force. other. "Nevertheless I am the father of six march to' tho upper headquarters ol In "The Story of the Rough Riders," children and have never had to walk the with a single one them." the Yaqui river in the state of Sonora, Edward Mnnthnll telN how, when Capt. floor by night a silence, lasting of minute or a There was woumlcil, one of his so. Then another snokcun: I don't doubt and that it is tho evident intention of McCllntock wtis., these troops to enter the Yaqul Indian troopers name and lay down btsido it in the least," said he, "for I can testify to something stranger still. I have a bright f sountry from tho north and endeavor him. boy my house, and 1 "You'd better get out of this," said little repeated any of at smart sayings vo his never to to drive the warring' braves out of their strongholds in the Sabuaripa McCllntock. "It's too hot." man - my most intimate inenuva lourth, after a "ucnticmen," observed ''Don't worry, captain," the mountains, whero they arc rapidly plied. "I'm between you and the W- protracted and somewhat painful pause, "I am, fond of hearing oung women piactice fathering in large forces. ring line." their scales on the piano after I have retired One "body of tho rebellious Indians McCllntock.touchedas he was by this to rest. It lulls me to sleep." In tho IJaca-tot- e exhibition ot the man's devotion, still One or two other members of the group havo fortified themsclres made more or to mountains between tho Yaqui and wanted hlmAo get away. He urged something, but less feeble attempts up. say falterinclv gave it It Matapo rivers and an effort is to be him to leave,' The man refused. Finally seemed to be generally felt that the extreme limit of human credulity had been reached. made to keep the two forces of war- McCllntock etiid: riors apart. It is known however that "I'm your captain, and I order you London Telegraph. tho two divisions are in constant com- to go. You'are doing no good to anyNOT ACQUAINTED WITH THEM. munication by means of courier and it one but me. This is no placojbr a well man. I order you." is feared tho Indians are planning to Blen Dead Fifty Year Elected to Ofllcc r Then the "man had to tell. draw tho Mexican soldiers into an amby DenlRhted Aldermen In no' well man," he slowly ad"1 ain't buscade. New York. mitted. "I'm shot." Two more parties of American pros"Where?" BBked McCllntock. A New York alderman indulged in a little pectors have just arrived at Cacas "Oh, it's 'only a scratch!" fun at the expense of his asociatcs the other Orandcs. They had a rich placer mina long day, and througn ins inuuence tnat HonorThey lay there in silence for ing camp near tho junction of the time. The firing began to come from able body elected two men, eminent men, dead these 60 years, to the position of comHaphigochlc and IJatcpio rivers, which the left. Tho eoldier worked his painmissioner of deeds. The names of the dead they abandoned upon hearing alarm- ful way around until he was again be- thus honored are: Noah Webster, lexicoging reports of murders and other terri- tween McCllntock and the line of fire. rapher, and Lindlcy Murray, grammarian. was worked this ble outrages committed by roving McCllntock was too weak from loss of The world says the trick Then a hospital way;.slip of paper containing there names, blood even to speak. bands of Yaquis at points below them. A Capt. Martin Ross, an old Arizona man came and lifted McCllntock to with Brooklyn addresses, was circulated at the meeting of the board. Alderman Okie prospector, is a member of one of these carry him' back. and said: "fake him, too," McClinock man- approached Alderman ilridgcs for jou. Here Say, Jim, I've done favors Ho was one of tho first prosparties. aged to articulate. are a couple of men who want to be made pectors to enter Yaqul country after "No use," said the hospital man. commissioners of deeds. That fellow hind it was made safe to gold hunters. Ho "He's dead." as a friend of yours." i ley Murray told me he" Aiucrman linages iookcu at me sup ana says the Indians are undoubtedly well replied: A COUNTESS' REVENGE. prepared for a long and bitter resist''I don't know the gent, and I ain't going ance. He believes the majority of to present his name." Alderman Doolcy, another member from American prospectors will hoar of the She Cnllrd Her Hated nival fo ller Rrookl) n, was pcrsuidcd to sign the applicaDrathhed and Dlaflarnred Her uprising in time to escape, if they will tion, and in less than ten minutes the for Life. formal vote electing Lindley Murray and snly heed the first warning that reac h Noah Webster commissioners of deeds was s them. Any delay in breaking camp A tragic story of feminine revenge passed. American. may mean their death. comes from Vienna. The count and Capt, Ross also says thero is not as countess Nnpodano lived happily toFee Strnnrrely Earned. many American prospectors along the gether until the count fell In love vtith It was on the night of the prize fight, and a man reached the Yaqui river as Is generally supposed. the daughter of the local doctor, ConWest sido apartment house in which he Several thousand went into the new cetto Devnjo by name, a charming lived about two o'clock. A search of all his sountry during the last two years, but young girl of 18 years. The couri'.Mc-scrte- d pockets failed to brine forth his bunch of Keys, lie rang the hell repeatedly for the his vtlfe and eloped with tho majority of them wero disappointcould get no response, lie was Derajo. The Counters Nnpodano janitor, but tired, there was nr got out ed in their search for gold and exceedingly tnc obtained a divorce from her husband, neighborhood, and, I'lf uir. uitivnotci inluut- as quickly as they could. He estimates mil; who then married Concctta. Two years ily reasons why it was inadvisable for him that there are not over 600 American! later Count Nnpodono and Countess to spend the rest of the niht away from in the whole district. Thero is only Concetta returned to Matuggacci. The home. The siht of a physician's night bell ono extensive mining plant within former Counters Nnpodano vtas now gave him SOan idra. He pushed the button hard for seconds or more. In due sea easy reach ot the Indians. It is in the on her deathbed. She sent a message son the physician came to the door and vicinity of the ltaroycca and is owned Lto the Countess Concctta that she would opened it. "What is your fee for by California capitalists. like to see her before she died. The the lorked.out individual.night calls!" asked countess, wishing to humor the wishes "Four dollars," was the astonished reply. PHILIPPINE ARMY. "All right, here you arc. I was locked out of the dying woman, vtent to see her. in. Sorry to trouble you," The Invalid naked her to stoop and klsa and couldn't get his weary march upstairs, Ily October 22 There Tf III He at Manila, or her. As the fresh young face oOher ind he began in the thought of the evils he had esbappy on the Way, 40,000 Men Tan IUf I rival carue near her own the dying caped. N. Y. Tribune. menti of Volunteers to Be Sent. woman raised herself, and by an almost "Tnfccn nt Her Word. Washington, Aug. 8. A statement superhuman effort bit a piece clearut "Mri. !'. .T. nillinffton.r.itrcn li nwfnllv of Concetta's cheek and mouth, Sthen prepared at tho war department shows fell back dead, with a contented smile mad at the newspapers; she sajs they treat- that by October S3 there will be at Ma on her features. Concetta was .disJsu'ch a prominent soUcty "Did they? nila or on tho way to tho Philippines figured for llfe.'nnd her husband, the woman, too." 40,000 men. They will all reach the fickle count, left her for a new love. "Yes; she told them they muit not say anything about her reception, and they islands before the beginning of the didn't." Philadelphia Bulletin. A Difference Only in Name. dry season. Tho troops to bo sent We .call It Ice crenm. To the Knglflsh from this country are ten regiments of A Good-Luc- k Cross. volunteers, amounting to 13,090 men; It is known as cream Ice. Just when or A cross recently discovered in the grave of wns invented is the question the beautiful Queen Dagmar is supposed to it recruits for skeleton regiments organ, where people hove tried to solve. In the Keep sway an cvu many inuucnces. xnere is no ized in tho Philippines, 1,000; recruits beginning of the century it was almost more evil influence than ill hcclth, and there for regulars, 3,500; eight troops of cav- unknown in Kngland, though well it nothing; which has so great a power to keep it away than Hostetter s Stomach liitters. alry, 005; marines, 400. known In Xaples and Sicily, where the It is worth a hundred good-luccrosses to Beginning Tuesday and up to Oc- cream was artfully made Into copies qf the man,, or woman afflicted with dyspepsia indigestion. A private Revenue Stamp tober 23 there will sail from the penche s, apples, apricots and such dain- and neck of the bottle. coast 17 transports with a carry ties, much as we have them y made should cover the in molds. C93 officers and 17,370 ing capacity of Ont. men, which will include nearly all the Caller I have here several bills which The r.ye of Centos. are long overdue and organizations above named. All men of genius are said to have Hsrduppt (desperately) I am sorry to eyes clenr, slow moving nnd bright. iar wiai our casmer is oui AT THE SOLDIERS' HQME. "Oh, well, it' doesn't make much differThis Is the eye which Indicates mental pay them at some fuI'll ability of some kind, It doesn't matter ence; date. call and day, sir." Philadelphia Good ture One New Cme of Yellow lever Reported v what. Record. ine Will JJo lint No m Railed Soon. "Work for All. THE MARKETS. Thousands of men are making good wages NEwronT News, Va., Aug. 8. There in the harvest fields of Minnesota, North CINCINNATI, Alls'. '. was ono now case of yellow fever at LIVESTOCK Cattlccommon.l S 10 and South Dakota. There is room for thou4 W 4 m 6W sands more. II,lf rates via the Great Northbrilrcl Dutcbers the National soldiers' home Monday, SIS 59 760 Write Max t.. 1M (is 4 63 ern Railway from St. l'atil. Chicago, 111. is the HOG S Course nnd heavy This but no deaths. Hans, 22Q South' Clark Street, 4 70 M zed packers,,. ,M 4 8) official report. The case found Mon, 4 65 (A 4 85 Light snippers SHKKP-Cho4 10 t!H 35 It is terribly hard for a boy to believe in day is tho first reported slnco last LAM11S lcc Spring 6 (XI 82S the veracity of his .father when he hears him 3 26 Hid KLOUH wiinter nntent., Thursday night. There is now no OKAIN-Wh- eat declare that no one is truly happy and con08 No. 3 red . . tented unless he has work to do. Atchison doubt tho backbone of the epidemic is M (B No. 3 red, Globe. 1 Utt broken and in two weeks it Is prob- Corn No. 3 mixed Cits-N- o. : & a Kye-N- o.2 m 69 able tho scourge will be a thing ot the We have often wondered that wonun do HAY Prime to choice Old 25 past The quarantine,', however, will tk.OVlSIONS-Me- ss not have their kitchen dresses made as Ut9 7 I'orlc as their party dresses. It would cer5 27H . J.nrd be raised before that time. A house IltJTTKn-Cho- lee (A dairy ... B, tainly be cooler in working over a hot stove. to houso canvass of Phoebus by SurChoice creamery iX Atchison Globe. 1 00 APPLES-Chol- ce to fancv. U M mm geon White and his assistants developmill 1 00 & 1 No w. per brl POTATOES It is a mighty good thing that the Lord ed no new cases uudor suspicion thero. CHICAGO. not enforce the law as He did against does FLOUH-Wln- ter 3 60 patent 3M Ananias. Washington (la.) Democrat. Cdhductnn and Motormen Discharged, 7l)' No. ((ft 2 rod .... d I I I I I Jcffrics-Fitz-simmoCon-cetta Pa-clfi- c to-daDeaths-Quarantm CALVES-KslrtOROOdllg low-neck1 GHAIN-Wheal-- I.nillt-Can Wear flhoei Oneslzo smaller after using Allen's a powder for tho feet. It makes tight or now shoes easy. Cures swollen, hot, sweating, aching feet, inprowing nails, corns nnd bunions. At nil druggists nnd shoo stores. Ujc. Trinl packajro FREE by mall. Address Alton S. Olinstod, Lo Roy, N. Y. a Foot-Kns- NO REMEDY EQUALS PERUNA, SO THE WOMEN ALL SAY. "What are the holes for!" asked little Edna, looking at the porous plaster that her mother was preparing to adjust on Willie's hack. "It's funny you don't know "They're to that, sis," intcrposcd"Willie. let the pain out, of course." Boston Traveler. m Porons Piaster. The Tlent Prescription for Chills nnd Fover Is a bottlo of Gnovc's Tasteless Chill Tonic. Itin simply Iron nnd quinine In a tasteless form. No euro no pay. l'rico,50c. Appreciated. Wife John, let me tell you that as surely as you keep on in your present career, just llmband (with air of pride) Thanks, dear, for that tender tribute to my financial probity. Boston Courier. To Cure n Cold In One liny Tako Laxatlvo Bromo Ouinlno Tablets. All druggists refund monoy If it fails to euro. 2So. Like everybody else the sea waves arrive at the shore in great style, but they go away broke. Philadelphia Record. Rev. (now Bishop) Joseph S. Key, wrote: "We gave jour Tecthina (Teething Powders) to our little grandchild with the happiest results. The effects were almost magical and certainly more satisfactory than anything we ever used." Some girls don't seem to think of much but wearing good clothes, and we don't blame them. Washington (la.) Democrat. Remember these facts; more for your money, less trouble to use nnd each package colors all fibers. Putnam Fadeless Dyes sold at 10c per package. Miss Susan Wymar. Miss Susan Wymar, teacher in the Rich' mond school, Chicago, 111., writes the followShe says: ing letter regarding "Only those who have suffered as I have, blessing it is to be able to can know what a find relief in This has been my experience. A friend in need is a friend indeed, and every bottle of a proved a good friend to me." 'Susan Wymar. . Mrs. Margaretha Dauben, 1214 Nor Superior St. Racine City, Wis., writes: "I feel so well and good and happy now that pit canto is cverythlt-not describe it. me. I have taken several bottles of for female complaint. I am in tho change of life and it does me good." Parana has no equal in all of the irregularities wid emergencies peculiar to women caused by pelvic catarrh. Address Dr. Hartman, Columbus, O., for a free book for women only. a ever-bouga so surely will you pav for your indulgences. The Common I'ntc. Remember that cholera morbus, cholera infantum, summer complaint, bilious colic, High ideals are perhaps responsible for as diarrhoea and dysentery are each and all much pessimism as arc torpid livers, on the catarrh of the bowels. Catarrh is the only correct name for these affections. whole, Detroit Journal. is an absolute specific for these ailments, Piso's Cure for Consumption relieves the which are so common in summer. Dr. Hart-mamost obstinate coughs. Rev. D. in a practice of over forty years, never Lexington, Mo., Feb. 24, '91. lost a single case of cholera infantum, dysentery, diarrhoea, or cholera morbus, and his "How?" Harry "To show her how little only remedy was Those desiring every cent she he cared for it, he spent further particulars should send for a free Answers. had." copy of "Summer Catarrh." Address Dr. Hartman, Columbus, O. Ilnll'H Cntnrrh Cure If a Constitutional Cure. Price, 75c. Pe-ru-Buch-muellc- r, If Love had any sense of humor it would laugh less at locksmiths rTid more at girl's little brothers. Detroit Journal. LETTER TO MXS. WBsiskers Dyed A Natural Black by riNKCAlf NO. 9J,:S1 Buckingham's Dye, Pries CO cents o all druggist! or K. I. Hall 4 Co., Nashua, N. H. Mrs. Johnson Saved from Insanity by Mrs. Pinkham time I havo thought of writing to you to let you know of tho great benefit I havo received from the use of Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's Vegeta- " Dkar Mrs. Pinkham For some EDUCATIONAL. MMSMMMMMMMMMAMAWSM fe , ," .. ble Compound. Soon after tho birth of my first child, I com menced to havo spells with my spine. Every month I grew worso and at last becamo so bad that I found I was gradually losing my mind. """Tho doctors treated mo for femalo troubles, but I got no better. Ono doctor told mo that I would be insane. I was advised by a friend to give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgetablo Compound a trial, nnd before I had taken all of tho first bottlo my neighbors noticed tho change in me. "I havo now taken five bottles and cannot find words sufficient to praiso it. I ndvlso every woman who is suffering; from any fcmnlo weakness to givo it a fnir trial. I thank you for your gpod medicine." Mrs. Gkrtrude M. Johnson, JoNEscono, Texas. THE INIYERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, NOTRE DAME, INDIANA. and History, Classics, Letters, Economics Journalism, Art, Science, Pharmacy, Law, Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Architecture. Thorough Preparatory suit Commercial Courses. Ecclesiastical students at special rates. Room Free. Junior or Senior Year, Collegiate Courses. Rooms to Rent, moderate charge. St. Edward's hall, for boys under 13. The 56th Year will open September sth, 1899, Catalogues Free. Address REV. A. MORRISSEY, C S. C, President- - had femalo troublo of all kinds, had three doctors, but only grew worse. I began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound and Liver Pills nnd ubed tho Sanntlvo Wash, and cannot praiso your remedies enough," Mrs. Effie Perkins, Fkaiil, La. eK&teg&&a&&KisaRS&j&i "I Sirs. Perkins' letter, NEW HAMPSHIRE MILITARY ACADEMY Prepares for Government Amdemles and Concurs, A M.. Principal. KulT Commercial Course. BUSINESS IUUCAII0N Major II. K. It V Ail'. WEST LBIIANON. N. U. Corroponiltnre K.- -B Write for particular!, fRttSchool, Sprlnenelit, Ma.s, A. N. 1773 VIIKX WKITINO TO AHVEllTISEKS plcu.o statu that you saw the Advertise meat In this paper. Winchesters srnmrnsmKarasssresresqreraresBgisa Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells J UNIFORMITY, RELIABILITY AND STRONG SHOOTING QUALITIES, - " Leader" loaded with Smokeless powder and " New Rival" loaded with Black powder. Superior to all other brands for i H v- Ayer's Hair Vteor will surely make hair grow on bald heads, provided only there is any life remain ing In the hair bulbs. It restores color to gray or white hair. It does not do this in a moment, as will a hair dye; but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disappears and the darker color of youth takes Its place. Would you like a copy of our book on the Hair and Scalp? It is free. . Chattanooga, Tnn., Aug. 8. The Chattanooga Electric Street Railway Co. Monday discharged 15 conductors and motormen who refused to withA general draw from the union. meeting of labor unions has been called and an effort will be made to hare a boycott of the road declared. Eamoan Commissioners Start Kait, San Francisco, Aug. ft Tho Amer- No. 3 Chloaco 2 COliN-- No o.2 POHK-M- css spring 67 TO OAIS-K- 31 WM'UI 07Vt 3IS4 SO! I.AKU btcam 6S7K'(6 3 60 46 775 850 37H The m'an who can give no reasons for his opinions is the hardest to change. Washington (la.) Democrat. Winchester Shells are for sale by all dealers. Insist upon (having them when you buy and you will get the best. NEW YOHlf. patent WHEAT No. Z red rORN No. 3 mixed FLOim-Wln- ter 3 75 7J 7 60S 27 75 i , Out. Mixed PORK New mess IjARD Western BALTIMORE. FLOUR-Famlly UVK 9 60 (i 6 72ri 3 25 70K(i IB TO 35 4 70 5 16 t Jf TEETHING For Infants and Children In PO WDERsM I y '1 . - " . 1 you expected from the use ot the Vljtor olw,,,, l write thB niu-tn- r Auureu, un. J. u. AYEn, ....., unreii, luu. CARTERS INK uses. mt Best Cough TmU: I5Jln time. jrup. bj drult. tf Good. Sold Use HI Washington. EiConerei(raan Flprr'i Will. San Francisco, Cal., Aug. ft Tb will ot William A. Piper, the grcssman and millionaire who died in his room at the Palace hotel last Saturday, was filed for probate Monday. Mr. Piper was a bachelor. He was over 70 years of age and came to California in the early '50s. He was a sagacious financier and, interested in ai any enterprises of magnitude which offered him heavy returns. His estate ex-no- ican and German members of the commission, Bartlett, Tripp and Karon Von Steinberg, who arrived here Sunday on tho United States steamer Badger, left for the cast Monday night. They will go direct to Sa-mo- Ghain CATTr.E-F.- Soutl.en Corn-MiCits No. 3 white live No. I western, xed wne. t N. 2 rea.... ftIM 7U4 n a !i ril quality HOJS-Wcsl- ern l5W & S3 - INDIANAPOLIS. aRAlN-Wheal Corn Oils Corn No. 2 No. 2 mix id No. 3 mixed red.... 145 SI Use 2IH LOUISVILLE. 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