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Fecretary or War laiuee an Appeal to Gov, , IERH OQD, II J STATE NEWS THE WHISKY TRUST. PICK-UP- S. o O ernor of ta e. Transport rent to l'orto Rico With Supplies. feit fctWe THE LINCOLN COUNTY A' 9! ' ' Jsj TKI. A c ."! vi iV i s ' SHE DARED HIM. William Crowe Dlv.d Into the River From the Ulc Foarllrldge at Loulivllle Sunday Af lernoon. It nrlnj. Salt mt t LouliTlll., Alleglne; That Certain DLMU.r. Did Net '1111 Th.lr Contract. Louisville, Auff. 13. The Kentucky Distillers and Warehouse company has brought suit in the United States district court here against the proprietors of the W. B. Saffell distillery, near Lawrcnceburg; the Waterflll & Frarer distillery, near Tyrone, and the D. L. Moore, near Ilurgln. The allegations are that the plaintiff company, after securing option on these plants, was forced to defer payment because of what was considered an attempted gouge on the part of the defendants. The suits filed show that the' trust was anxious to secure the plants, and made sereral attempts after securing the option to get them at what was considered a just price. The largest suit is against W. B. Saffell, of Lawrcnccburg. The price to be paid in case the option was accepted was 333,000, exclusive of the price of the whisky stored in the distillery, a special price being placed on that The price fixed on the plant of D. L. Moore, it is alleged, was 520,000, and on that of Watcrfill &. Fraier 825,000. Louisville, Ky., Aug. Because a girl dared him, William Crowe borrowed Gertrude Moore's bathing suit and at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon dived into the river from the Big Four bride, a similar leap from which killed Thomas Ileavey just a week ago. Crowe, who is an athlete of local repute, made the descent of 00 feet successfully and expresses a willingless to repeat the performance. Gertrude Moore is a fisherman's daughter. Crowe is a suitor. lie up to Sunday at least stood second in her fiivor. His bridge jumping feat was the result of bantering by the glrL 15. Washington, Aug. 15. The secretary of war Monday afternoon isiued the following appeal to governors of States for aid for the storm sufferers In Porto Rico: . "Sir: I inclose herewith copies of two telegraphic dispatches received Sundav evenlncr from the irovernori . . . . iv general or l'orto l.ico, oy wnicn i. appears that the devastation wrought by the recent hurricane in that islatfd is even greater than was at first sup posed. It Is evident that a great multitude of people, rendered utterly destltuto by this awful calamity, must be fed and cared for during a considerable period, uptll they can have the opportunity ..... JAMES 1-- DUNHAM. "Reward Otf.red for the Sextuple Murderer "Wanted In California Be. Iler.d to lie Under Arr.it. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 13. The local pollco are beginning to figure on the 811,000 reward outstanding for the arrest of James Dunhan, the sextuple ' murderer, wanted in California. About a week aco a suspect was arrested a photograph was sent to the Friday the UfornU authorities. eceWcd the follpwing.telegram hef?fltvRi J. Langsford at San taret-an- "'" Pose. Cal: """ ' "Your suspect has strong resem- ' bianco to Dunham. Hold for further inrestigation. Has he scar in the edge of hair orer right ear?" The prisoner has the scar indicated. When arrested he gave the name of E. C. Nctherfield, and claimed to be from Ohio. Mot man Louisville, Ky., Aug. arrested by a local detective two weeks ago, suspected of bolng James C, Dunham, tho sextuple murderer of Santa Clara county, California, was identified Monday morning as Chris F. Nether-fiel- d, of Warren, O. lie will be released from custody. 15.-T- Jam. C Dunham. . '. Republican Campaign Opening London, Ky., Aug. 15. The republicans will open their stato campaign at London August S3. All candidates on the state ticket will be here. Gen. Taylor and John Marshal, of Louisr, ville, candidate for lieutenant will address the meeting. gov-perno- The Flood at Angn.ta. Auousta, Ky., Aug. 13. Some farmers Friday night lost their .entire crops. The G. W. Moneghon Planing Mill Co. lost 3300 worth of logs by the rush of waters out of Bracken creek, which tore loose their boom. "111. Stninberlng; Fend. WuiTEsnuno, Ky., Aug. 13. The feud between the Wrights and Holbrooks and the Hentleys and Rcynoldses is slumbering, but is expected to break forth again, now that the Wrights and Ilolbrooks under arrest have been released under 81,000 peace bonds. -" London, Ky., Aug. 13. It Is reported hero that Dave Chadwcll has been shot from ambush near his home in Clay county. Chadwcll is deputy sheriff and is said to belong to the Morris-Griffi- n faction. ' thot From Ambo.h. Girl Commit lulclcte. Columbia, Ky., Aug. l.n. News has just reached here of tne suicide of Sallln Ragen, of Creclsboro, caused, it is said, by being refused consent to attend Russell Springs fair next week. She took morphine. Veteran of Two "(Tare Dead. Richmond, Ky., Aug. 11 CoL Alfred Williams, veteran of the Mexican and civil wars, died at his home, near Ruth-toaged 70. n, has been established at Snead, Todd county, Ky., . with John II. Snead nost- . . master. The Republican Campaign. r New Kentucky Foit Office. WAaniNOTON, Aug. 13. A post office Louisville, Ky,, Aug. 11. The re-'" publicans will open their campaign at 3, GenTaylor , London, Ky., August vf 111 speak, to produce food for themselves. Enormous quantities of supplies of the kinds indicated by tho governor general must be procured. "The magnitude of the work to be accomplished leads this department to supplement the appeal already made to the mayors of the principal citlet Dr. J. L. Lone Ile.lcn. more general ap of the country by Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 15. Dr. J. L. peal, and 1 beg you to ask the people Long, superintendent of tho fcoblo of your state to contribute generously minded institute, resigned Monday af- to the relief of the people of 'Porto ternoon. Gov. Bradley immediately Rico. appointed Dr. James Ely, of this city, "Swift steamers have been provided as his successor. Dr. Ely is a demo to leave the port of New York to carry crat. He has been one of the commis- the supplies directly to Porto Rico as sioners of the institution for several rapidly as they can be collected. years. Dr. Long will resume his resi"Contributions should be either in dence in Louisville. supplies of the character indicated or in moucy so that the supplies can be Ejected From the Pnlplt. Tho supplies should be Richmond, Ky., Aug. 15. Mormon purchased. missionaries are meeting with pro- sent to Col. F. B. Jones, army building, nounced opposition in Jackson county. foot of Whitehall street. New York At Chestnut flat, that county, two of city, in packages plainly marked 'Porthe latter day saints were forcibly to Rican relief.' and he should be as to the time of shipment ejected from the pulpit by a gang of citizens and ordered to lcavo tho coun- Money should bo sent to the National ty on pain of being severely dealt Bank of North America, New York city, which has been designated as a with. They left. depository for the relief fund. Sitter of Senator Veit Demi. Very respectfully. , Ky., Aug. 13. Mrs. Owensdoro, EliiiuTIoot, Louisa Vest Trlplett, wife of Capt. R. S.fTrlplctt, and mother of Hon. George y Acting Secretary of thcr"K"avy Allen V. Triplctt, prominent as a newspaper Monday wrote Secretary Root thatxthe man, died here of a complication of navy desired to in every diseases follonlng an attack of paralyway it could in rendering assistance to sis several months ago. She was a sis- the storm-stricke- n people of Porto ter of Hon. George G. Vest, United Rico, and tendering a warship to be States senator from Missouri. placed at the disposal of the nar department, if it was desired to convey Miner etrlke. The offer, Middlesboro, Ky., Aug. IS. Tho supplies to the island. West Finevillo miners struck Monday, doubtless, will bo accepted, as every demanding lS'ccnts increase. The available means is being adopted to North Jcllico miners have compromised hurry along tho great stock of supwith the operators and go to work in plies, which Is imperatively needed. the morning. Tho operators of the Mr. Allen is in telegraphic communiMiddlesboro district have a Meeting cation with several naval stations with Tuesday night. It is believed that an a view to having a ship ready as soon as the war department wants it. amicable settlement will be reached. New York, Aug. 15. The transport Refilled a Fardon. McPhcrson with a cargo of supplies Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 11. Gov. for tho storm sufferers of Porto Rico, Bradley Wednesday morning refused left her pier in Brooklyn Monday to pardon tho Frankfort Coal Dealers' afternoon. About two-thirof the association, under indictment for con- original cargo of army supplies were spiracy to regulate the price and cre- left behind to make room for tho quanate a monopoly in the coal business. tities of rice, beans, grain, clothing, The indictments will probably bo dis- lumber, etc., required for the immedimissed in September. Up to ate necessity of the sufferers. within a quarter of an hour of sailing Many llrltlg Washed It Vanceruro, Ky., Aug. 13. Tho voluntary donations kept piling in. be is expected that San Juan will heaviest electrical storm ever witnessFriday night. ed in this section visited this place reached not later than Thursday night, accompanied by a DIFFERENCES RIGHTED. cloudburst. Streets overflowed with water several feet deep. Bridges wero Moynr Janir. G. Woodward, of Atlanta, (la, and the City Council liave Come washed away throughout the county. to an Agreement. Great damage to crops. Atlanta, Ga.. Aug. 15. Mayor Jas. Annual Meet. Lexinoton, Ky., Aug. 13. Tho exec- G. Woodward, against whom impeachutive committee of the National Fox ment procerdings have been contemHunters' association met herb Thurs- plated for some time by the city' counday afternoon and selected November cil and whose resignation has been 15 as the time for beginning the next asked for by that body, has matlo a annual meet and Estill Springs, Ky., solemn promise to t lie councllmen and aldermen, at a meeting Monday afteras the place. noon, that he would not take another nought Five Uundred Cattle. drink during his term of office. Lexinoton, Aug. 15. Messrs. Feltz-ne- r Ho further stated that he would & Son, of Chicago, western ib gents cease his indiscretions and if he, did for Schwartz, Chllds, Schultzbcrgcr & not sustain his promises, ho would reCo., of New York, purchased of C. Alex- sign. Acting upon these avowals the ander, of I'aris, Ky., 600 beef cattlo for city council had dismissed the commitexport. They will bo shipped to Eng- tee appointed to investigate the mayland in November for the London or's conduct, and all differences beChristmas market. The prico is pri- tween them have been righted. vate. CIVIL RIGHTS LAW. Fell Into the Hirer and Drowned. tt Paducau, Ky., Aug. 13. Lena Hod-gc- r, Committee Will Hire Law-yecolored, aged 10 years, fell off to Frosecute Cleveland Merchant. Who Violate It. tho steamer Golconda and was drowned. She washed her face in a basin, Cleveland, O., Aug. 15. The busiwhich was near an open gate, and tt committee, ness men's whllo feeling for a towel with her eyes which was appointed as a result of the fell overboard. closed meeting held the other day, met MonNew Dally for Faducah. day afternoon and decided to hire Paducau, Aug. 13. Mr. J. R. Lem- lawyers to prosecute merchants and on announces thaj. the Sunday .Leader others who violate the civil rights in will be 'made a dally afternoon paper compliance with the demands of the They also agreed to hire next Tuesday to support Goebol and boycotters. the democratic ticket. detectives to hunt down and arrest dynamiters, who have been placing Tarl llanbrupt. The cars. George explosives under street 13. Frankfort, Ky., Aug. business men' have pledged a iund of T. McCarney, of Paris, filed a petition 10,000 to meet the expense of the in bankruptcy Friday, Liabilities crusadp against the law's violators. con-btiltc- d flio Brother- Monday at Co- I - A. anlzcd for the operation th fc."T r n.4 ... erne ever a Among those t J" i J' koietiUoimi In th( i list of incor- freWy'o ones, of this city, Lf Johnson millionaire of the Whshtncrton. and i5'rot,lierhooil proposes to dls- trlWlpjyfctbck over the country in stmil amounts, the investors being e llfef full'lfrotcstrrl by Injfwratire. The plan includes a great ,for 29 years. nmtrfiit at vducational tvork, but in 'And continuously under same management cctttin with the actual plan of the rout Solicits your Bank account hoping such bussiness rela- - "' ctf b)cra.tlvc in the wny of building farmions will prove materially profitable and pleasant. Hfllg jesnnd placing " ing! 'ummunlties. t Itincvury place whene the sentiment hasMcrrlnped the projectors propose (. buifding one of these colonies, ond It .Lynn. J. S. Owsley, .Sr i3 J. J. Williams. will be extended as the finances admit. . Thrufirst of these colonies will be es- S. H. Shanks. r, William Gooch. t tablished on the shores of Lake Eric, P.iQummins. ' B. Owsley. A. W. Carpenter. nrnrSllils rlty, and It is understood tlintinorc than half the money lr been pledged by people oi ' ' Toledo A'lotiR the lines of education there ar,'jnatiy'plans for Cooperative schools "C whifli the projectors have not fully r wrought out. ThcjOTganiatiou is' now itiruiui ana lias ijucrai uacKiiif,'. niny or )Ws Monday qigiistated that illtaho brotherhood tvns nbt as wide a (ill da 'of It would Kfvc to n sis i st in work'intr.tip Aic send M&wtirKp NATIONAL BANE -- , OF STANFORD, KY. '.Is 9 f ' ' Capital $100,000. STANFORD, KY., !M Successors to Farmers Bank Trust Co., ;. -- rm 'lal wiH DIRECTORS. J. E ,J. ;j. r. W. i--aan. v,. S. ,H. Shanks, President. W. M, Bright, Asst. Cashier. J.B. 0.vsley, Cashier. :n s& V--i WLLLfe GRIFFIN, Practical 3k.3NT3r m i. A 7-.J FILIPINOS PUNISHED. Hurt j Undertake if i four, ,u rtnAr;.!inentr pi1 Mile. L MM. yilinAnirlcn. -- "A Northeast of One,' MoS' Ktlleii. force of United, . Funeral Director, t v'-- 4 M a .?raJeffna Stnlcj(rriHs fiiiu'pujjfglfaj folijmile nortl'irw otMuloW affd TonvliaHuag ill. .'.V.iiirt. nr.KafljufejtijiMt nixjuue? nortneast MlrirVnts.iesTunatcd at about nuo, w.ty between llustos and Quingua. XJSSBQS .Qv--KsTT1Wfx3-- Jfj j &m Avsi .'. fLil mmmmMi,: K -- half In SfttfrsrCfn Have Embalming ffi CorfriB. CfsUetR. Rn bftRi Linen Bosomsi C jfJjmyry, 91 .W. a-- - " v. " 13 the engagement that ensued the Filipinos were severely punished and scat tercd. The American lost one man killed. Tho insurgent force is believed to have been under the command of Gen. I'io ilt'l ll'lnr, and to have had in view up the railway at Bocavc and llinn, about three miles north-eas- t nMliiliH'oaii A battalion of the 'J 1st inf.intry was sent to those points Tuesday afternoon to strengthen the railroid guard and to reeonnolter the country in tho direction of and on tho Bustos iuad. tien. Wheaton. with the troops at Calulut. tnnde a rcionnoissance on Angeles, about four miles to the north west, where he found 500 of the enemy. He silenced their lire and then returned to Calulut. N'oti-igaray Done on Short Notice and Easy Terms. GrSisfi--'"fjf etallffi CasKretSTm' xvtxzizzu'sa ' i Orders by Telegraph or Telephone Promptly. Attended to Dau or Nloht, GREEN FRONT DRUG STORE 7x to liny iSrejoC. the I'll I v Drugs, Patent Medicines Jewelry, Stationery, Cigars and Tobaccos, 1 he rail Meeting. Coi iiMnus, O.. Aug. IB. The Colum- Paints and Oils. Call when Town Aj, r.' bus Urivlng association Monday decided to give a fall meeting immediately following the Lexington races The meeting will extend over two weeks, the dates being October 17, 18, 19, 20 and 54. 25, 20. There Mil be 14 races, two in three heats, purses S'jOO each, and seven nices, three in five heats, purse Si. 1)00 each. The meeting has been canvassed among the horsemen following the grand circuit arid the prospgets are flattering. G. C. DAVIS ' (D? - ex 11? WlSMmM K Mt. Vernon, K FIRST Capital StocK, NATIONAL BANK Antl-noyco- r. anti-boyco- 1 hrre rnr.oii Drowned Moiuf. Ala., Aug. 15. News reached here Monday afternoon from Heron Bay, a settlement in the southwestern part of Mobile county, 30 miles from here, of the drowning bunday afternoon of thrco persons. Two young men and three young women were in a D. Blmoro, J. Hooker, rowboat on Fowl river when the boat J, W. Hayden, W. P. Walton, J. H. Oolllor, M. F. Rold, T. P. Hill, S. H Baughmon, W. A. Tribblo, 8. T. Harris overturned. Vljda Lyons, Annie Johnand M. J. Mlllor. son and Alphon'se Johnson, a brother of the latter, were drowned. The bodWc bollclt tho accounts of thr citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining countle ies were recovered. assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view to tilrl anil Man Fight a Duel. business relations, respectfully Invited. NIc-cuKuvood, Ind., Aug. 15. George who shqt Miss Noal Everling, J. S. Hoclser, Pros., McRobortB, Cnshler, Jno. the bullet going through her shoulder, McKinnoy, Ass't Cnshler. A. A. was captured Monday and bound over to court. Nlccum and tho girl had a duel, ho firing three shots and the girl one. The bullet from the girl's revolver lodged in Nlccum's hip, and can not bo located. Ho was intoxicated, and while so, visjted the girl's home, and insulted her. OF STANFORD, KY. $100,000. Surplus, $17,320, a DIRECTORS: J. GO TO JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY.. For Everytlilnjc In 1 The Columbia Defeat, the Defender. Newport, R. I., Aug. 15. The Co- -- 09,000; austs, 81,000, lumbia added another victory to her already splendid record Monday by defeating the Defender 13 minutes 7 seconds over a R8 mile course and the Amorita defeated Colonia. Quisette and Ariel in the schooner class, finlshinc 13 seconds ahead of Colonia and winning the race by 1 minu e, W seconds, time, cor-recto- Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, General Merchandise. PE$T GOODS AT LIVING PRICES- i u & 4 r.--i " '&!&- - -- Z T. i,s.r" V .' WK& fflB I v ) r I'll". J I 1' 555! 'jVVM'i'W. "'mi . ?MiMn- - Mt Vernon Signal I'KIUAV, a'-"- -''' Pence & McGuire sold in Cincinnati a cf mountain 'lambs at an Veragea of They 'sold to J. C. Fox 125 wetherrf'at.'jjjc. car-loa- d COIvJLYER i,c. Aug. ig "; 1899. & Published every iVioy ) AMES MARET. SUnsCKIPTION ONK YHAK Interior Journal. Coukt Day. $I.OO 47 wagon loads of shingles and locust posis on sale on the square 'adjacent1 the courthouse. Six mules' sold at an lre N " :WI C E Caskets, in OF' SALE nd UNDERTAKERS, OWENS Advertising rates made known on average of $1 10 and 27'horses at ah application average of $80. 6oo' cattle were offered, but few sold; 'pf ices a little The Boltocrats met Wednesday off from thfese of last' co'ii'rf'day. at Lexington' and nominated a full 1.500 heaM of sheep were 'sold at to $4 per ticket. Brown for Governor and prices rfrnging1 frtinf $3 head. RiclimohdRegister. Johnson for Lieut. Governor. Mcssf Alvln atfd J. W. Mpjor told to S. Weil, of 'Lexington, 3O tion here last Saturday did not con- steers at $4.65 per hundred pou:ids vene to any great extent. If there Eighteen of these belonged 'to the kept stock. 'Orders by mail, tele graph, ,fteleph6he; promptly filled i For Farriil7, aiid Medical Y6h Want Coffins, Robes, etc., BRODHFAD. KY. W SH"Va 1 Use John Youno BrOWv:;'s conven- .... ' were any dissatisfied Democrats x Iit lr jf they didn't show up at the court and the the remainder belonged1 to house. To the credit of Rockcast- the latter, 'iind averaged 1,328 le county, no meeting was held. poufJds. Messrs. Boffd St Crossfield shippbd'to L6u1sville last week ,a At U late hour Major P. P. Johnj load of fat heifers which they Sold at stem claims that lie is the recogniz$460 per 'hundred pounds, being ed chairman of the State Democratic the highest price paid during .the Committee. When his successor, j ear at that'fciarket for thatclas of . ....... 1, ,... nt iUA. A1K.. v lllllt; JT . 1iuuii, nun ui itiVf stock. Lawrenceburg News. Hbouisville convention, Major John A dispatch from Mt. Sterling ston, recognized the proceedings as says: Within the past seven days JegaHnd turned over to Mr. Young all the' records, fixtures and furni-- there has been sold in this county to Captain Gillispie, John B. Embry ture of the Democrrtic party ot Why. if he still thinks he and L. Joseph 700 export cattle, is the chairman, did he do this? averaging 1.400 lbs. They averagIf Johnston is chairman of any- ed in price $4.80 per 100, making a thing, he is chdirmau of the total of over $75,000 which has been ' Brownies" and we know of no kick paid into the hands of the farmers "gainst this unenviable position. of this county. These sales are the largest that have occurred here in years, and it is freely predicted that In Cincinnati a few days ago John B. Thompson, of Meicer, the total sale of fat cattle in this declared that he is no bolter, and market will reach $200,000. that he will vote the Democtatic Milch cows that formerly sold in With ,Nev York Cit for $30 and'J$40 .ticket from top to bottoih reference to the bolting element 'cost $50 and $75 now.' The new who quarantine law legulating cattle js and John Young Brown, to head the ticket, Mr. in effect, aud all cews brought into wants Thompson said: the State of New York are quaran"I believe'' that John Young tined until they have been Brown is tli2 weakest lii'an they thoroughly examined by a vetericould put up. Granting that Goe-b- nary. It has been the custom of is everything said of him by dealers in fresh milch cows in New enemies, he is a better demociat York to purchase by the car load than Brown; Goebel never .vas ac- in other States and take them to cused of disloyalty to his party. that place at the risk of the pur'I "should never have voted for chaser. With1 the new quarantine Brown in the convention under law in effect the Ve'nVure is too un'any circumstances. Fe'" helped to certain. "Fresh milch cows are throw Wat Hardin down in 1895. very scarce," said Leopold Weil, a 'He was throwing stinkpots at 'Har- large dealer, whose main office is din all the time, and much of the in Williamburg Ky. "Cows that atnunitioa of the Republicans is came with a guarantee of 12 quarts said tp have been furnished from of milk a day have sold for $20 hisdrfice. He is in no shape to anc' $30, but any kirid of a cow calrfor. Democratic support, es- will bring $50 ndw. Thd'demand pecially from Hardin men." is so great that I can 'scarcely fill orders. Dealers are shipping cows to Cuba, and this has also helped What GoKunt Did in 1896. fails to pull to make them scarce and high." When everything else a Democrat away from Goebel, Glasgow Times. some bolter asked what Goebel did for Bryan in 1896 Mr, Harry CRAB ORCHARD,, n Sotumers, the editor of the ' News, was then Chair-'ina- n The Misses Stepheus of Livingof the Campaign Committee for this State. Before the State ston are visiting friends in our convention he was for Hardin. town. Read what he sajs Goebel'did for Adam Richard who has been bad traveling in the West for his health Bryan: 'In 1S96 'when charge of the campaign in Ken- has returned to his home riehr tucky. I know of my personal town. knowledge that Senator Goebel was Mrs. Fish and daughters, ''of very solicitous for the election of Mr Stanford, are spending a few days Bryan, that he tendered his services in town. to me to do all in his power and Mrs. J. M. Black, of Knoxville, raised me more money aud con is visiting htr friends here. tributed himseif more money to elect Bryan than any other man in It is reported that there are sevthe State. His own county, the eral cases of smallpox here at Jho. hoine of Carlisle, gave an increased Turnbull's near the depot, Dr. Democtatic majority, due largely to Bailey, of Stanford, says Mr. his personal efforts. In the cam- Turnbull has a genuine case of paign for the nomination for Gov- small seems that pox. It ernor he declared in every speech one or two of his children'have had he made that he was for BryAn, it and recovered before they Blackburn, ftnd that1 he would not thought of it being smallpox. accept the nomination unless the John MaGee is .suffering from a Chicago platform was affirmed. sprained ankle With this plain statement of facts I Preaching at the 'baptist: 'cWirch can't see how any one can call Goebel a goldbug, Mr. Bryan believes Saturday night, Sunday '"morning in him as a bimetalist, Mr. Black- aud night in each month. burn believes in him aud I add my For Saus. Three houses ntod belief to theirs." .uu.-)vr former, and averaged 1,372 pou&BtJ, ''$?! &!"! (dl n QPPIIM IlllielPV WEL80N 0UNTY SOUR 1VIASH 3 6 The Finest h m w m m m vi Sold Direct from Distillery. vvniorxLT Jug and Uottle Trade Solicited. ' By virtue of the provisions of ti deed of trust executed to me by the 1 year old at 2.00 per Gallon, year old at $2.50 per Gallon, 10 year old tit $3.00 per Gallon, J. PINE B. DA NT, Distiller, GETHSEMANE, KY., UX MIXING COMPANY on 10th clay of November '1898 and duly recorded in the clerks office at Mt. Vernon Ky., I will offer for sale at DAVIS & SON Ken-tucK- y. public auction, on the premises, on Saturday Aug. 26th I899 Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at at 12 o'clock noon., All of the properly both real and ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. orner personal belonging the said' General Merchandise fair orices. DEAUiRSriN fOld Main and Church Sts MT. VERNON, KY. Pine Hill Mining Company. The real estate includes1 over 1500 acres, and mineral rights in about 500 acres 'MMitionaJ. The place is fully 'equipped &QC&3K&2C 330p&pcC JL W SVHvW TTA TT3V JL with'ineJinWdtt1 tiphtfuse, side tracks &c. The personal property consists of ImWi'e'fs tools, furniture, stock of Merchandise,''b'o.ok on the pla'ce. "W-- Don't buy Furniture without seeing me. I can save you money. Bed room sui ts, French plate glass mirrors in dresa-e- r $10.50 and up. Diessers. beds, (Irou and brass trimmed) Tables, chairs, rockers, soflas, springs, matrcsses, (all kiudn), cots, picture frames, easels, hat racks and the nicest and XXI -- w2fr-y2: accounts &'c. "Phe'rcarc! two 1 veins of coal cheapest line of Lounger and Couches Found anywhere. Come and see; it's on lv FAIR, 110 cost. Also a car load of Globe Fertilizer on hand at lowest pi ices. Try me for Flour, Meal, ShipstufTs &c, and btiug your proRemember the place. duce. I'm your friend, be MINE. el Tbefitttatidti'othe Pine Hill coa!l iis Well established ?ailcl that section 'frf Kentucky 'wtiidti W F CHAMP MT. VERNON. KY is its nearest, ma'fkfft iiiitlti&es 'the best pbrtion of the bltie' grass re gion. " 1 WANTED SPLIT KICKQItY'SPp-K-F,. Hotel Frith F.E FRANCISCO, .; I,(iCt,d n Hi riTcigg. ... Propr. Brodhead, Kl Liver . TERJNffiS:: $20',ooo cashjbalanfee iin . 2x2, C 30 inches long, ''all white Good Attaehtd '2, Eliza-bcthtow- 'i' and 24 months. ,T?Totesrfor samfc to be excuted 6y the purchase! Miller 'House,;;;. ' SINGLE TREE BILLETS. bearing interest from .date, and hugh Filler 2x3ii m. inches, long white per title retained untillall payments are made. A 'inspection of the 'To be delivered at any '.station HEADQUALIERS'FOR ;, on K. D of L. & N. or K. ' division, will cull once every tw ' pr3perty:is .incited, 'For further weeks. L. L. Jaruett, Inspector. COMMERCIAL MEN. ( :' at all Brodhead, Ky. parfictilars; address, 38 ; grade or better,'$i2 per m. 2x2, 30 inches long, red, $ Meet all Trains Day 'Ufid' 'Night. per m. Traveling: Men and' Railroad ixiJ4, 28 inches long,white $7 ' meti Solfrited. ,lWill '"fori per m. '" red $4 lunches for all fr'dins. " Do per 111. $22 C. . 1 V ' ear-Port- er trains.-- - S. A 1 Parrish, Trustee i MT.VVERNON W, R Mclure "' AND LIME COMPANY Manufacturers ()iof Linji. and brick. .. They also furnish Lime, BniMJag Stone, rough quarry face 'or cttt Orders- promptly filled '' ' " '. - ' PINBf-HIL,L;- . RQ GKCA'irivB COUNTY, Y . DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, .""''' rt i a'"" " i ,' . A HqES, GROCERIES. joes"" GENERAL MERCHANDISE ' TOM FERREIX- " DEALER IN lots in Orlando also a good farm on Good Cove branch 135 acres. & buildings and out houses. Good grass land as well as highly productive foi other crops. Well .waAt a bargain apply to S'ig- O. P. Huffman bought of M." S. tered. tf. B. Owens, Orlando. w S. N. iDavi? sbRVEYOR- WHISKIES' "wiNES.j&ci I &c up Mt. Vernoii, - K.y. re. ROWLAND,KY Finewhiskies at $2 Also, an Ageut for the Tailors in the worlc. and Our Rodkcastlejfrieuds can write or TEr,w0NE. . 11 - 'W? tl'n .it t' t'rt'ir. i nvv J4 -.' r .u. . wy ' fV Wi ww mm t y ! iSBsnasnanmim - "vc 1m i tJTJST-A.',DREA- " ' MPI' . - -- . .. r, i - ;, J ?rw'.-i i' N'-KU'- .!..-- ; - ? "Harve" Dunn has more lriendsl FokSaiX, A large.folirTinontlis1 orphans: no bald headed men and Gus" Stewart saystfue worst V to the square acre than anyone ' in old mule ready for delivery Sep thing about a sore ha'u'u is the the millennium was ncdr'at hand. nrr;: BrOdhead. Huqn Miwek. tenjber is'l. .Si Just at this point I was interrupted amount of niea! requiretl o4m mate, In'tha dreamland of the wild ,,. .tMt. VBKNdN.swH.s, Aug. ig. 1809 Miss Dollie McCIuie has returned Misses Pearl and May" Coffey, flight' of fancy, m' the agony of by my good friend, Dr. Monroe poultices. from a visi' to friends at Paris and the two preity daughters of Lee rheulnatism, lingering J. L ''rooks i building a" YeSf-- ; between Pennington, who told me to wake Catered at the Vt.VJiy, Ky., PoiI'vlEct i ice Lexington. Coffpy, paid this office a visit Thurs- time' and eternity, I stood on Main dence in Wlltlie where he will Wove'' naall matter up and take mj Tongalene. " day. shortly. street, in Mt. Vernon in 1950. J. G. Frith, one of Brodhead'" U. G. B. Be-- t citizens, was here again last We understand that William Thetpeople of my Ketiera'.ion had The nevv' county road from f We will inot be under sold. We Wildie and Intersecting Mt. Ver-tio- u week loading lumber. Fields has sold tlu: Eight Gable beeWswepf. away by t old Father Time. Where onw stonrl th Minn have everything-froa hoe handle aud Rlqtuond road at Lee U. K. Reynolds, who is tele- hotel at Livingston to T. L. Shel-tofiiuJWick store house, f the writer to a turning plow. Houk & Son. Coffey's, will soon' be open and,, ' graphing in East Nashivilie, was there nowtowefed a '"niam nioth For the best shave cr hair cut, ready for travel, whiclr will be a here for a day or two. LoUltWI4.tfkMtHVII.LC R. R. Co. J. H. Colyer, the leading merch glaandsteetpreuildng twen- go to Samuel Blakemore's shop at great convenience for the people Misses Etna and Georgie Hayes, ant of Crab Orchord now has his ty stoies1jiigii.;i,Fred' Bakertb'e, Crab Orchard. tf of Wildie and vicinity & N.LOCVL TIME CARD. of near Wildie, are visiting rela- r.tore connected by telephone to the prop"rietor'. built and owned the A blind bridle for '65c at S.. WV W. G. Hiatt, Jones Hiatt and outside vvorld. Day Mail North'.. ....... 11:05 a m tives and friends here this week one hundred dpridrtments with 500 Davis'. Don't fotget the place. Allen Hiatl were in Wildie, SatDay Mail Soi,th . clerks. U. G.' Baker and Ed Cox 1.57 p m Will Jones writes from Park-villG. O. P., in this instance wcrefiib more, but Niglit Ex. North portraits am For Sale. Two houses and urday. 1:32 Mo , and guesses there are means "Gentlemen of The dleegatcs to the bolters' Night Ex.' South of them adorrie"d le walls of this lois in Mt. Vernon at a bargain. 1:44 a in 20 teachers taking the Signal. ft Principle" never fail to convention, if auv such there be, great'colossal cchcern, Employees 4t J; A.ILandrum, Agent. Lula Livord. We regret to say there is no pay the printer. will, when they see the errror of were taught to tip teir hats each A half , dozen coal Wanted perceptible improvement in the their way, will cry out "where arJ is morning to these poVtraits and say: done? How can it be But it CHURCHES. miners. fWHl give steady work n condition of our good friend Green easy for S. VV. Day's. weftt."" "You were tlVe merchants of yout for next six months. Christian HoluVse'rvlceii 1st & 3rl Sunday Sutton. nj at6:30p. in. Half-sol- e a.tlla.tn. mens' and boy's shoes dav." J. W. Marler, HTT BRODHEAD, We went ttt see Jim Maret who J. L. Nicely, one of our county's for 30c, 40c, and 50 cents per pair. Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th Mt. Vernon, Ky. Half-sol- e boy's shoes for 25c. rising young business men, now of was still living. He neither eat nor Sunday Half-sol- e Hazel Patch, was in to see girl's shoes for 15c and drank. He fiVed by the aid of Iu order to make room for our us Mrs. J. F. Watson and children, ' Baptlft ,hurch Services on the Second Thursday. electricity &lonetarnished from Fall line, we will close out our en- are visiting relatives in the Quail 35c. (Saturday night , and Sunday. Suuday tire line of hats at pirces neighborhood. You people who have failed or The great success of Chamber- an electric machine of his own in- Call School, at 9 a m every Sunday. I'rayer and .ee them. Houk & Son. vention. He Was making arrangemeeting on Tuesday, nights. refused to answer our letters may lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Miss Bettie Henderson, who has We extend a. hearty invitation been visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. G. be called upon to answer a sum- Remedy in the treatment of bowel ments to connect the moon and MASONIC. to every one to come and examine Frith, returned home Tuesday. mons of court. complaints has made it standard the earth by telephone. Ashland Lodge No. 040 meet 2rd Moil The old court house had long our goods and if we cant sell you over the greater part of the civilized day 10 A in. tans Nelson, who was arrested John Williams reports some ago given way to a, temple of Justwhile passing through here, on worle. For sale by Theo, Wesley, ice which seemed t6 ttfoch the sky as cheap as any one, we do not ask trouble on the road where he is your trade Mt. Vernon, Ky. Houk & Son account of an old fine; has returned overseer; the hands refusing to and covered the whole 'court square LOCAL i. race cnains at Tom Fetrill, of Rowland, 011 be- The old jail was noffibre, but in its to Bell county. 30c per pair; work. It is thought to be because Dr. W. A. Brown, a prominent ing asked if he was scared when stead, stood the House ot Reform, breast at 30 cents per pair. Tongue Williams is using the grader. m dewhere the boys were taught not to at 50 cents r er pair at S. physician of Parksv-ille- , was with the lightning bolt struck and Quite a crowd went from here otf C. C. Davis & Co- - for drugs. Davis. old friends here from Saturday to stroyed the depot there Sunday attempt to 'climb another pneumat i.' : t the excursion to Cincinnati Suuday One fare to the Brodhead fair. afternoon, he said: "Not much, ic car which traveled at the rate of We have a line of shoes that can- last. middle of the week. for I have been struck by every-thin- g five mitts in Go to the Green Front Drug The old not be excelled anywhere; and we 41 seconds. Misk Iola Hansel, .on Mr. Newman and family went W of the except lightning aud gopd brick hotel had given,, avyay to a will sell them at prices to suit every " ' Store. prettiest teachers in the county, luck." Lancaster. Tuesday, mighty buildirig of iron, stone one. Satisfaction guaranteed. The guessing contest closes to- - is attending Institute and is the Mis. F. Francisco aud Mrs. J Houk &Son. Dr. Will Childress, of Orlando, and steel, 500 feet high; a grea: ' Imorrow. guest of the Misses Gentry. Tate, went to Stanford, Monday1 whose likeness has been trans- sign, beautifully lighted and Dr. Pennington, Mrs, Hiram Fish is visiting here dentist, of shopping. vith intense dazzling elecWill McClure has resigned the ported around on our streets for Louisville, will beat Miller Hotel lis week. mnrsbalship of Mt. Vernon. Mr. several months, by a youug lady tricity, hanging in front of the Mrs. A. E. Albright returned during Circuit Court prepared to Prof. Marsh of Berea is attending McClure has made as good marshal as a button-holboquet, was in building read: "The Twice-a-daMonday. do all kinds of dental work. 4t. .stitute as we ever had. A successor is to town this week full life size. The Signal'; oift? cent pe'r 'copy Lloyd Alex Tyree aud C. C. Howcl Maret, Editor and Proprietor." For Rent; a house of 3 100ms on arc doing some building Doctor is a mightv good boy. tfiss Ell;son of Williamsburg is be appointed. lor J. C. from- Newcdmb avenue Mt. Vernon apply tng-hipjace. Aspccial train will' leave, Junct- Main stxeeft now .,' extended fHayes near Crab Orchard. n: W. White, one of the darkJohn fheoWD. N. Williams place to at Signal office. of side cutting ies who broke jail at Nicholaville ion City on Aug. 22 at 8: to a. m., osx a small pair The Baptist meeting closed with the cre'ek at the spot where Brd last week, surrendered to Jailer 'Brodhead at 9:20: Mt. Vernon at :ers. benu to biguai. Half-solLadies' shoes for 2.15c four additions by baptism and two head stood many years ago. The 9:39; LivingsUn, 10:13 art. London or three by some other means. Miss Addie Hiatt is visiting Miss Griffin Monday night and was paved. and 35c. streets were beautifully taken back to the above place at 11:00 a. in. an account of the I will mit a nad in votir saddle allie Carmical this week. Daniel Holman was in our town grand Republican rally at that Many great mismess houses and for $1 00 upyto$2 Tuesday. 50. I have Wednesday looking after stock. mansion's Stood in splendor on eith- A protracted meeting is in pro place. Special return' train leaves df Main street fiom one end had fourteeu years experience in gress at the Baptist church. A. W. Stewart was in from Wil London:at 5 t. m. Round trip Judging from report over the to the other. Pneumatic cars were '.he leather business and guaiautee country we will have the largest T. G. Pasco edjtor of the Berea die, Monday, carrying one hand in fare from Mt. Vernon $i.iq. best workmanship. whirling through these parts every a sling. He narrowly escaped attendance at the fair this year Citizen was here yesterday. A Word to Mothers. ten econds. A factory out Whore blood poisoning From a small I want some more of that, good that we have ever had before. Mothers of chi'dfen a'ffected with Bob Liveasy onde lived, covered Ice Cream aud bestest Candies Mrs. Geo. Fish and children are scratch on theliand. , W. G. Adams' wife is not imvisitftigih town this week. 'Oroup or a severe cold'tieed not lies seven acres ot ground and was 600 made by ? W Davis . . . proving. Anderson Burdett, of "near Wil- itatp-'tadminister Chamberlain's feet high. On't6p of the mouutain Sam and 'Wade Brown, and Lee Ice cream in chunks it sticks, die, oue of our best county tcadh' Cough Remedy. ., It Contains, no j east of town stood a magnificent T. S. Frith and wife have been Porter were here this week. made on a new process. Deli- a mighty good.,and clever apiatenor narcotic in any form and structure loo feet high owned and ers, very sick for some das. Win, Weber was here the first man, called to see us 'while attend- may be grveu as confidently to the u"sed by S. C. Franklin, who was cious. See S. W. Davis. Misses Defiie Collyer, Samautha of the week from Chattanooga. ing Teachers' Institute 'here'illis habeas to an adult. The great still living, as a Hvatfch and cIqpic For the best shave or Albright, Mollie Roberts and Ella success that has attended its use in factory. In the NdrtMrn pH'rt of Hon. G. G. Gilbert spoke to a week. bair-cu- t to be had within J'. Hall, were baptized at the prolarge crowd at Stanford, Monday. thetreatment of.cpldsand croup town stood a grain elevdtor 'i.ooo miles of old Crab tracted meetingjust closed. 9 A special train will be 'run from 'has won for it the approval and 'feet 'high which boufeht dll the ' What's your gutss on the num- here to.Londonaud'return ouT22nH praise 'it has received throughout corn brought to town. The sue Orchard go to Sam Blakemore, upSignal? ber ofteachers taking the to carry passengets who wish to lthe 'United States and in many cessors to W. F. Champ had built stairs in Gover's building. The po- P. A. Pennington, D. D. S.; M. D. J. R. Lawless, of Lexington, attend the opening of 'Republican foreign lauds.-- ' 'Fdr sale by Theo, a produce and commission house litest darkey in seven states. DENTST, here this campaign. Many noted speakers Wesley, Mt. Vernon, Ky. was visiting relatives Au Epidemic of Diarrhoea. and bought ten thousand chickens week. will be ipresent. 'Fare '$i.'io 'fdr Mr. A. Sanders, writing from Co N W Cor. Third aud Chestnut Sts. a day and seven tons of butter. Your attehtio'n'rs called to the ad . round trip. This hohse was seven stories high. coauut Grove, Fla., says there has LOUISVILLE. KY. John Abrams and Mrs. America ofC. C. Davis & Co, prdprietors of king were married at Climax last The bedlitiful eighteen story gran- been quite an epidemic of diarrhoea Will be at Miller House. Mt. C. M. Hanna will'lecture dt ihe the'Green Front 'Drug Store. C. C. ite drug building week. at 1329 to 1349 there. He had a severe attack and Vernon during all Circuit Courts. head of the firm is one Court-hous- e 'Sat- Davis the 'here Main s'ffliet, Avas owndti by C. C. was cured by four doses of ChamJ. P. Lcchleicr suffered with urday, at 2 p. 111. Subject:. Ag- of the nicest young men iu the Davis' Sdtfs, wholesale rind retail berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar"something like sunstroke a few riculture and GpoU Roads. 'There county; "strictly 'honest aud sober, druggists, (C. C. Davis, deceased.) rhoea Remedy. He says he also ' days since. should be a large attendance. Mr. and by hard knocks has slowly but Twenty beautiful churches, the recommended it to others aud they Some twenty or more people Hanna is sent out by "State 'Chili surely, made himself what he is to steeples of which seemed to touch say it is the best medicine they ever day. He'Btudies hard and diligentmade the excursion trip to Cincin- missioner of Agriculture. the skies, decorated the city in used. For sale by Williams & ly, diljl is .fast becoming a nati Sunday. twenty different parts thereof. An Wesley, druggists, Mt. Vernon, A WONDERFUL CJUR'E Charley is one our opera house exceediug grandeur Ky. Judge Williams was painfully Of DIARRHOEA. boysriilil needs to be etlcPuraged tind glitter King Solomon's temple, injured by a horse falling with him Thefr. drugs arq all fresh, Jand stood where Kreucrer's brick yard Sunday last. A 'PROjffNENT VIRGlNIA'EbMrdR they gre constantly adding to tlieir had 'be'ei WILDIE. many years ago, aJidHvas The Berea Glee Club gave 'a Had Almost Given Up, but Was fstock. Help, the worthy young used exclusively by Cake Warkdrs. Brought Back to Perfect Health 'luan along. ''performance at Court House here J. E. Singleton, drummer, was Vast ahd sweeping chauges 'had A Woman by Chamberlain's Cotic, Cholera 'Thursday night. here Monday. A. 'H. Bartin 'sold li's Crab Or transformed the entire universe. Only Know and Diarrhoea Remedy. A new line of sleepers has been chard stock of goods to William The Peace Conference at the Hague what lufferla? from falllncr of th Willie Hayes, went to IndianapoREAD HIS EDITORIAL. womb, whites. painful or Irregular put on over the K. C to Norton, Ward. The invoice amounted to had jtfst adjourned, '"Uncle Sam" lis, Saturday. monie. or any dlteoso of the dlst incuy From the Times, Hillstille, Va. femlnlnoorsranaU. A man may tvinoa. ' and via Va. S. W. roads. Mexico, thiio or pity but ha can not know the about r$4,ooo. Mr. Bastin's time had atitiexed ' Canada, Judge Martin was over from I .suffered with diarrho'efa 'for a agonies sho goes through tho torrlblo suffering, so patiently borne, which so much taken up in telephone South America, Spain aud all her ,S. C. Fraukliu has,returned from long time and thought ! was past is county Saturday and Sunrobs her of beauty, hopo unci happiJackson ness. Yet this suUorlng really U ' a few days solourn at Crab'Orchard being cured. L. T. I had spWit much business that he thought he would foinfer possessions. Euglaud, day visiting his needless. Russia and Italy had get out of the goods business. We ' Springs, much improved. Stewart. time and money and suffered so McELREE'S forms of govern-mei'understand now, that h,e is putting much misery- that I had almost 'deTheniue-months-ol"child of Miss Emma 'Penuiugtou has re-- 1 and were right up'to date in in a new stock. ,It's been but a cided to give up ill hopes of reSunday of 01 turned from-a- ' visit 'to her sister, few years ago wheu Mr. B. wetit airlines, NationaJ disputes were Freemaji Ketron died covery and await the rcstlll, 'but AMrs. Wi'H. Brown, in Pulaski. s&t(led by the Congas of Nations; flux. will banish It. This medicine of to Crab Orchard with a lew dollars noticing 'the advertisement cures all " female diseases '' quickor Mrs. W. H. Brannamau has so experience. not'a "soldier stood upon the land, William Hicks "of Bluefield Va. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and and big chunks ly and permanently. It docs away s stopped over here one day on Now, he has both in" chunks and nb"r an armed vessel floated upon far improved as to be able to visit with humiliating physical examiDiarrhoa Remedy and also some nations. Tho treatment may be with 'his wife from Colorado. testimonials stating ljow some we are glad of it. He deserves it. the seas. The English lanfjge her sister, Mrs Sam Purcell, Sun taken at home. There is not con-- , In less than eighteen months, with was Universally spoken, air ships day last tinual expense and trouble. Tho wonderful cures had wrought by Misses Bessie Bufde'tt, Etna sufferer Is cured and stayt'cured. all the varied enterprises on hands, hall taken the. place of the "iron Rev. Luncford filled his appointWina of Carduiis becoming the and Gcofgie Haves, '.'p'retty ''little this1 remedy, I decided to try it. he has built up one of the best librse" and electricity moved heav leading remedy for all troubles of ment at the Christian church, After taking a ffcw doses I was en"misses ofnear SVildiegSive "us a this class. It costs but $1 from any morkiug telephone systems in"" the KeFf atidifcdrth. " "The law to stamp tirely well. of that trouble, and I druggist. A. C. Tower', agent for the Vleasant call Wednesday. A His company has spread ydur'checks had been repealed. For advice in cases requiring wish to say further fo my readers State. special directions, address, the bhe Cent stamp would carry a let- - German Medicine Co., of CincinCharley Jones was "'Shot 'arid and fellow sufferers that I am a hale out iu both mountains aud 'Ladies Advisory Department," nati, has moved to Pittsburg, Ky. New lines are being built, tertb any part of the World aud Tho Chattanooga Medicine Co., killed by Sam, Williams near Pitts- arid hearty man and feel as more Chattanooga, Tenn. W. H. Bower, after leave of abburg, Saturday. 'Mr. Jones- wus a well as I fvef did in my life. O. old ones bought and overhauled tight legs to pants were no Bins. C.J. WEST, Nashville. Tenn., g service being given than Thejjirls all 'hail plenty of fine sence of three weeks, is again 'Thls wonderful nKilIclnaouKht writ 04 "halt brother of Mrs. W. H, Cox of R. Moore. 'Sold by Theo, Wesley, and better to bo In every houjo wbcro there are gull ' and women." the depot. ever before. beaux' There we're no widows and 'this place. Mt. vernon K.y. Mt. VerMii-Siphl- i x -- - oto-cto- n. rlO I J ;t Sf1 e, life-siz- e . h 11, - way-dow- n iHij A 11 ad-'om- ed e y s 1 - e 'e'r-sid- o ... . 1 ll l -- success-pharmaci- st. ( ! k rrmmm Wine Cardul G'er-mau- y, son-in-la- it - d return HI L Blue-gras- s. 4 to-da- y - man-pulatin- 1 I rv ffmmiwiMiNiMiwiwiwiwmi'ttMmfMniMiMmiwiwtiiitiitmfq I I " 0e IS STILL AT LARGE Would lie M nrderar ot Maltre I, abort Xot Yet Apprehended Wopnd4.Hiius Year's Seeding, TICKED PIVB CENTURIES. The Famona Old Town Clock nonets Una Kept Time for BIO LAWYER'S ODD CLIENT. " ' JV&m? Kraw' Weeding.' immirities in vour blood la H Did Not . ft T ' ting Labor! in the back. M. Labori the i fell In deedroadway. s The was witnessed by two or V I three laborers going o work, who lUHAfM4UH7 s stated that one of the assassins drew a revolver and fired point blank at M. Labori. A sharp report was heard and mrnih. 4IMIlltIWIMItMIllIWIIMIIMIlIMIll1t M. Labori threw up his arms and cried 'Ho la la" (which is a common French PLIGHT OF A BASHFUL MAN. exclamation) and fell flat, upon his lie Would HaTc Gone If lie Conld face. Ken.nkb, Aug. 15. The following Ilnvc Summoned Up Courage to Aslc for III Hat. bulletin regarding the condition of M. Labori, the victim of an attempted "I always was bashful sort of a fellow was issued at' 10 o'clock, when I was young," said Ananias Fisher, as be passed his plate for the third piece Monday night: "Tempera turc, 37.05. No of pie. He was dining out with friends and fever. Condition stationary." wished them to understand his temperaThere has been, therefore, a alight ment. "lint I was broken of that habit before improvement during tho last few hours. I was 2.3. It was cither a case of get over M. Laborl's mother arrived hero it or stay all night, and I got over it," he Monday evening. She 'had believed said, as his plate was returned with a good sued piece of pic such as Topcka house- him dead, and a most affecting interkeepers make. "I was calling, out on Fill, view ensued. moic strcit, and when I went in I forgot all Later M. Labori received Matthlcu about putting my hat on the rackin the hall, mid carried it into the parlor with me. Dreyfus, brother of Capt. Dreyfus. I put it on a sofa, and when the lady of the There is sfne talk of Albert Clemcn-ccohouse came in she said and sat her 2!0 pounds down on that hat. the younger of the two brothcrf. " 'I beg your pardon,' I said. " 'Why, what's the matter?' she asked, coming as a substitute for Labori. The question, however, will be deffor I guess I looked kind of bewildered. " 'O, nothing,' I answered. 'I just got a initely settled Tuesday. M. Clemen-ceaJ i will sow seeds of disease of tohich you ! Rr.NNKS, Aug. 15. X"wo men am Rouen, one of the principal cities of I may never get rid. If your blood is even J A junior member of a Dearborn n the least bit impure, do not delay, but j bushed Maltro Labori, counsel for Frnnce, nnd the greatest sent of its street Inw firm, reports the Chicago mnnufneture, possesses the oldest Tribune, tells this story of one of his i take Hood's SarsaparilU at once. In t Dreyfus, and ono shot avsb fired, hit. rim'nrt ihere. , ftfrateded Condition Improved. Ymri. cot-io- Jvlhe Privilege of Talking On Wsnl Advice, lint Paid for Hoar. Is safetv! in delav there is danger. Be sure to get Hood's Sar- saparilla and only Hood's, because xn -- 3kod&Si -- msmmimx & - 'how-dyc-d- u, public clock In the world. The great Rouen clock hns held Its place in that Mty for 510 years nnd is the pride of Its citizens. Placed in 1380, It hns been running without Interruption from that dny to this, requiring nothing except cleaning nnd a few trifling repairs of Its accessory parts. The great clock had so accustomed the citizens to look upon its exactitude as a matter of course that when, in 1572, the breaking of a wire prevented Its sounding five o'clock one morning, the population wnB In a state of consternation. " The magistrates summoned the custodian Guillnume Tetit and rcmoV-strate- d gravely with him. Until 171? the grent clock hnd no pendulum. For S23 years Ithnd no other regulator than a "follot," nn nppnrattis unknown 'to the mnjorlty of modern clockmnkera. The pendulum In clockwork wns introduced in 1G5D, but so well satisfied were the people of Rouen with the timekeeping qualities of their famous old clock that 53 years were allowed to pass before n pendulum wns substituted for the "follot." Kqulpped with this new apparatus it has continued to thin day to strike the hours nnd chime the quartern. lady. stitch in my heart.' "We went on talking, and I thought that when she got up I could sneak that hat, but the talked and talked. "it pot along to nine o'clock, and I knew I ought to go, but I wls too bashful to say anything, so I just waited. Then the clock struck ten, and I knew I was Maying too Jong, out l could not get that Mat. " 'Is it moonlight?' asked the u AMERICAN GIRL'S RETORT. said it was, and knew she wantedme to did not have the nerve to atk ?:o, but I that rat. Just as the clock struck 1 he blurted out: 'Why don't you go? H " 'I will if you will give me that hat laid. "I "Thcic was my fiat, and it looked much tat upon, but no more than that woman. I "have r.ever been bashful since then." Burlington Hawkeye. "'What hat?' "'llv hat.' 'Where is it?' " 'You are sitting on it.' " 'Mei' and she jumped up. A FAIR DEMONSTRATION. They Were SntUllcil the Thins Conld He Done, Jlnt by Some One Else. Mark Twain and his friend, Rev. Joseph H. Twitchcll, once planned a bicycle ndt from Hartford, Conn, (their home), to Loston, and wrote beforehand to an ac quaintance in the latter city, telling him their line of route and what time he might expect to see them arrive. The appointed tune was an meai one tor a long run, ana Ittyo friends started quite early in the nine. Hut neither of them was a ecu Ted to long rides, so after 12 or 15 milei 'had been ridden, it became apparent that each of the riders was waiting tor the otb er to say something. Finally Twain said, u they came in sight of the railway station in a Imall town they had entered: "Let's take the train the rest of the way." Of course Mr. Twitchell agreed, and so the acquaintance in Boston was surprised by seeing the two friends walk up to his door about one o'clock in the afternoon. He had not expected them till evening, but he greeted them warmly, and addressing Mr. Twitchell, said: "Well, you made pretty good time, didn't you?" "Oh, fairly good time for novices," was the reply. "What time did you leave Hartford?" he asked of Mr. Clemens. "About seven a. m." "What, you don't mean to say that yon have ridden all the way from Hartford to Boston on your bicycles!" "No," replied Mark Twain, "but we rode far enough to demonstatc that it could be done." Detroit Free Press. 4 i the Big Four route will run their nnnual excursion to Niagara Falls. The rate will bo ouly 87.00 from either Cincinnati or Indianapolis with correspondingConnect ly low rates from other points. inp lines will sell excursion tickets via the Big Four route. For full information call on your local agent or address, Warren J. Lynch, G. P. A., Big Four route, On August Sic Four Niagara Palla Excursion. 15 Cincinnati. O. '$?' It way is right. If you have your own way see that your Atchison Globe. Pain Conquered? Health Re was one of Zola's counsel at his trial and has followed the Dreyfus af- get- - Quick Wit and Knowledire ef Prnch Once Stood Iter In fair very closely. While ho lacks tho Good Stead. magnetic Influence of Labori In pleading, he Is extremely skillful in cross was As one of our countrywomen examination. going down the rather narrow stairs Still further particulars show that that lend from the house to the garM. Labori and his wife left their house den, nt the American embassy, she met together, but just before the outrage three or four young attaches of forshe turned bock, having forgotten her eign legations, who were entire strancard of admission to the court. While gers to her, says the St. Louis rt she was gone M. Labori met Col. Their politeness Induced and M. Gast. Immediately after- them to stand aside for her to pass, wards a man shot him. His wife ar- but their courtesy did not prevent their rived while M. Labori was lying on making audible personal comments. tho ground and Col. Plcquart and M. They seemed to take It for granted Gast was pursuing tho murderer. M. that French was an unknown tongue to Labori said to his wife: "Go to court Americans. her yellow dress; It's very "Look nt and ask to suspend the sitting." Mad pretty," snld No. 1. aine Labori ran into tho court and gava "Yes, but she hns on white gloves," the alarm. announced No. 2. There were several roports Monday "She hns good teeth," snld No. 3. "And nn enormous mouth," added afternoon that tho assailant of M. Labori had been captured but they prov- Ko. 4. "And she understands French pered to be unfounded. Detachments of troops and gendarmes arc beating the fectly," snld the owner of the enormous woods and scouring tho country. They mouth, turning suddenly upon them, havo been engaged in this work all "and Mould like to sny thnt her ears are even bigger than her mouth." This day long without success. A great In French nnd with such nn nlr of givnumber of people saw tho murderer ing impersonal Information to nobody fleeing but he was either too far dis- In pnrticulnr, that It wns quite as if tant from them or elso he succeeded in ebe ,hnd been kindly helping strangers cowing them by threats to use his re- to Information out of n guide book. The men had Just enough presence of volver. A gardener named Delhaye got near mind to flee the premises. enough to tho man to clutch him by AVhr Women Flo;ht Senalcknrae. the shoulder but the fugitive shook "Are women more subject to himself free, nnd, turning to his purthnn men?" An Atlantic capsuer, exclaimed: "Begone, or I will tain the you. I still have five shots left in hand, replies: "Yes, but, on A other kill they stand It womnn my revolver and they will be for you." struggles up to the better. of point despnlr Delhaye, being quite unarmed, re- agnlnst the what I might cnll the imcoiled and allowed the man to escape. propriety of the thing. She Isn't so Tho attempt made upon the life of much tortured by the pnngs ns she Is M Labori was evidently tho result of a worried by the prospect of becoming disheveled, hnggnrd nnd draggled. She plot. A letter was sent to the commissary of police Monday morning, warn- Qghtn agnlnst it to the Inst nnd keeps ing him that it was intended to make up nppenranc?s ns long ns she enn hold an attempt upon the life of Gen. Mcr up her hend." cler. Consequently, the police and de Typhoid from Files. tective! surrounded the general and Dr. IT. O. Howard, the entomologist left the other principals in the drama it the agricultural department, is credited by n Washington correspondent unprotected. A proclamation signed by M. Lajat, with snying that It is the judgment of mayor of Rcnnes, and M. Le Ilerlsse, the highest authorities thnt n considerdeputy for in which able part of the typhoid In camps durRcnnes is situated, has just been is- ing I he Spanish wnr wns due to the flics, which carried the contagion. sued. It commences: "An abominable outrage, the author of which can not THE MARKETS. claim to balong to any party, has just dishonored our dear town of Rcnnes," Cincinnati, Aug. is. and concludes with appealing to the LIVESTOCK Catllc.common. 3 4 10 . Seleo butchers 0.1 population to remain calm and to re- CALVES Kalr to kooiI light.. 4 T. u b 21 0 tt 7 3 0 & 4 S3 sist provocations from whatever party HOGs Course and heavy 4 W (it 4 TO Globe-DemocrPic-quass minor cases. One day n man called at the ofilce and inquired If It could give him an hour of my time and wiiat would be the cost. I told him, and hef accepted the termss but added: " 'This Is not to be a consultation. I 1 do not want advice or assistance. know perfectly well what 1 am going to do,-- ; but I want to talk. I have no friend to whom 1 can unburden If 1 pay you to listen I shall have a right to talk to you freely for the time, agreed upon.' "i ngreed to this strnnge proposition and appointed an hour nt noon the following dny. The mnn enme promptly, and 1 took out cigars and told the office boy we were not to be disturbed for nn hour. " 'Mind,' the mnn said, 'I don't want you to interrupt me. I am paying you to listen.' "Then he began. For one hour he talked ns one who never in his life had unburdened himself to a sympathetic listener. I listened without saying a word. When the clock struck one the msn rttacd talking, paid his fee, took up Us tint znd vulkcd out. "Six intuit hs Inter, looking over tht dnlly paper, the story of a suicide nt one of the hotels nttraetetf my attention. The nnme was thnt of my tfclk-r.tlclient. I have always believed that If he had had some one to talk to gain he would not have committed suicide." g my-selO- ut ve ' first clients: "I had Just been appointed Junior member of the firm nnd relieved the olilcr ,mcmbers by looking after the A Profane Silence, A story is going the rounds of a golf mstch btween Ilev. Dr. Sterrct and Justice Ur-lu- n of the United States supreme court. The incident occurred at Chevy Chase Golf club, one of the prominent organizations near Washington, during a meeting these two ardent golfers. The doctor discovered that his ball teed up in tempting style for n fine brissie shot, and, with the utmost deliberation, he went through with the preliminary "Waggles," and with a supreme effort missed the ball. For fully a minute he gazed at the tantalizing sphere without uttering a word. At length Justice Harlan remarked solemnly: '"Doctor, that was the most profane silence I ever listened to." Pittsburgh Dispatch. n has been declared that three hours of brain work will destroy more brain tissue than a whole day; of physical exercise. The pleasant method and beneficial America is filled with men and women who earn, their living by their brains. Hostet-ter'- s effects oi the well known' remedy, Stomach Hitters makes the mind act- Srnut or Fiob, manufactured by tho ive and vigorous. This medicine is a tonic, Califohnia Fig Srnup Co.. Illustrate-than appetizer, and a sure cure for dyspepvalue of obtaining the liquid laxasia. It has a fifty years' record of cures. Sec tive principles of plants known to bo that a private Revenue Stamp covers the medicinally laxative and presenting neck of the bottle. them in tho form most refreshing to th It Drnln Work and Exercise. An Excellent Combination.' Cnt n Swell. Employer I suppose you cut quite a swell at the African citizens' ball last night, George? George Washington 'Deed I did, Mistah Hro n. Dcy wah a dude niggah waitah who dun tried t' fliwt wif my Loo, an' I cut him deep, I did. Mnh nwah cewt'nly hab a keen aidue. Ohio State Journal. Foot-Eas- taste and acceptable to tho system. It is tho one perfect strengthening laxative, cleansing tho system effectually, would. He told her that he did not doubt it, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CD. but would hereafttr cut a notch in the piano CAI SAN when he knew she deceived him. "No you LOUIBVIXXB. KT, ' NEW TORK, H. T. won't!" she screamed; "I'm not going to For sale by all Druggists. Price 50c. per bottle, have my piano ruined." Chicago Inter Ocetn. dispelling colds, headaches and fevers gently yet promptly and enabling ono to overcome habitual constipation permanently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and substance, and its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating thorn, make it tho ideal I.adlca Can Wear Shoes laxative. Ono slzo smaller after using Allen's In the process of manufacturing figs a powder for tho feet. It makes tight aro used, as they are pleasant to tho or now shoes easy. Cures swollen, hot, taste, but the medicinal qualities of tho sweating, aching feet, ingrowing nails, corns and bunions. At all druggists nnd shoe remedy are obtained from senna and stores. 2Txj. Trial package FItEE bv mail. other aromatic plants, by a method Address Allon H. Olmstod, Lo Itoy, N. Y. known to tho California Fio Syrup Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please Wonldn't Take Any Chances. name of the Company remember A certain Xauvoo woman assured her hus- printed on the full the front of every package. band that she never told him a lie and never PER PENCIL GAVE HER AWAY. This Girl Betrayed Her Calllns hy Wcaiinar It In Her nnd Fovor Is a bottlo of Gitoy.R's Tasteless CilUJ.ToNic. Itis simply Iron and quinlno in atastclessform. No euro no pay. Pricc,50c. strikes me this ice water is dirty," is id a Cincinnati hotel euest. "Hully gee!" exclaimed the bellboy, as he looWeU The Ilrst Prescription for ChllU W. L. DOUGLAS S3&S3.S0 SHOES Worth jfflJSP Hair. girl attired in a white Marseilles finish silt thnt hnd a tnllor-mad- e walked down the nisle of one of the thtnters one night recently with the nlr of a princess just in from her summer pnlnce. She wns occompnnled by n young mnn who hnd nn opulent nppenr-nncThe girl snnk into nn orchestra rbitlr, adjusted her glnns, and tried to look bored, while her escort glanced at the boxes, inys the Chlcngo Inter A e. "It Aa Cx:!nnatIoa, (4 to f 6 compared with other makes. Indorsed by over 1,000,000 wearers. in the pitcher, i betcherde porter forgot ter Wish it." Chicago Evening News. ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES W. L. D.aUa Till CSSCUI aana aad yrle. ttovpta ta aatuau .i. Te Tare i Cold In One Tako Laxative Bromo Quinlno Tablets. All druggists refund money if It fails to euro. 25a Lsdy A gentleman called, you say! Did he leave nny same? Parlor Maid Oh, yes'm. He said it was Hoston Traveler. Immaterial. Is taken Internally. Price 75c. Tr Take no aubitltute claimed to be ai Rood. Largest makers of M and $1.50 tboea In the world. Yonr dealer ahould keep them It not, we will tend too anatronrecetntofnrlce. State kind of leather, alia and width, plain or cap toe. W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE CO., Brockton. Catalogue It Free. Mm. Left Ills Name. CONSTIPATION Ocenn. The womn In the row bnck of the two imposing young persons seemed' to be Impressed. They studied the braiding on the girl's white Eton Jacket, nnd furltlvely admired the senrf on her sailor lint. They whispered npprovlng comment on the summer costume. Tjen Jhe curtnln went up, nnd the girl removed her hendgenr. The leading lady hnd Just nppeared when one of the women back of the girl clutched her companion's arm and whispered! "Cash!" There wss a piercing scorn In her tone thnt made it carry. The girl in Oilte henrd It nnd spasmodically put her right hnnd up to the coil of pretty blonde hnlr. Then she flushed a painful crimson. Stuck nmong the Rhell hairpins wns a bit of lend pencil with n piece of soiled rubber in the end. The horrid women nho hnd envleil her ns the possible daughter of n millionaire hod guessed thnt she was a clqrk in a downtown department store. WHY HE WEPT. Ills Mother Told the Chabnr Urchin Where ana How He Had Dee "I hare sons 14 day at a tlmo without m movement of tha boweli, not being-- able to more tbem except br using hot water Injection!. Chronlo constipation for teren rears placed me In There Now! She "If I were to die you this terrible condition; during that tlmo I did ev erjlblng I beard of but nerer found nnr relief! each would never get another wife like me." was mr case until I began using CASCARET8, I He "What makes you think I'd ever want now bare from one to tbreo passages a day, and If I another like you?" Wasp. was rich I would give 1100 00 for each morementi It Is such a relief." atluik I.. Hunt, 1089 Rustell St., Detroit, Mich. Do you knew how to wash? Well then you know how to dye, that is if you use Putnam Fadeless Dyes. Just boil the goods CANDY with the dye, that's all. Hall's Catarrh Car Do you want to be unique! Learn to tell the facts in a story without any embellishments. Atchison Globe. Piso's Cure is the medicine to break up children's Coughs and Colds. Mrs. M. G. Blunt, Sprague, Wash., March 8, '01. A man who can be fooled the same way four times is a fool. Atchison Globe. THADI MASK MgOISTgStD jm m m Pleasant, Palatable-- , Totect, Taste flood, Oood, Merer Blcken,weaken, or Urlpe, 10c, 300, H r 60o. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Ilwttag Ktmttj C.apia;, Ckltlf., Healrtsl, Tr. St) lOOOi of UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS SAY Hart. Permanently cures all Itching, Burning, Sealer. ocaipana nam uiseascs. sucn aa Ban lenrn. SoJ tema. Hcald liead. cniiDla Ins. riles. IlurDS. Baby Humors. Dandruff. Itching Scalp. Falling Halt; (thlckenlmr and making It Bof t, Bllkr. and Lururt-- j ant). All Face Eruptions fnroductnff a Hon. Olaftf Ueautlful Hit In and Complexion). It contain &l Lead. Hulohur. Cantharldoi or anythlnr lnluiimvf t: fuj, r v. Ad t z great toiler. i . canTas.en n to w m ut. jjrnH.iia or man wvwi Ol j" stored by Lydia ham's Vegetable FINKItAll LETTER TO MRS. E. Pink' they emanate. POWDER MILL EXPLODES. One Man Was Killed and Another Wound. ed Unlldlar Was Wrecked nut the Machinery Wat Unlnjnred. Compound. NO. 92,649 I.litht shippers PHKEP Chulce LAMHS Sprlnir h'LOUK Winter pucnt QKAIN Wheal No. i red No. 3rcl Corn No 2 mixed Mixed packers 4 4 ol W) a lit 15 ' & 8 5) (it 3 no 71 7jK ((44 it &t 70 a , ferer during menstruation. After taking two bottles of Lydia B. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound I felt like a new woman. I am now on my fourth bottle and all my pains have left mc. I feel hotter than I have felt for three years and would recommend your Compound to every suffering woman. I hopethis letter will help others to find a euro for their troubles." Mrs. Delia ItEMtcKijit, Rensselaer, Ind. The serious ills of women develop from neglect of early symptoms. Every pain and ache has a cause, and the warning they glvo should not bo disregarded. Mrs. Pinkhnm understands these troubles better than nny local physician and will give every woman free advice who is puzzled ah-ju- t her health. Mrs. Plnkham's address is Lynn, Mass. Don't putoff writinguntll health Is completely broken down. Write at the first indication of trouble. you for what your Vegetable Compound has done for me. It Is the only medicine I have found that has dona mc any good. Beforo taking your medicine, I was all run down, tired all the time, no appetite, pains in my back and hearing down pains and a great suf " I feci it my duty to write and thanlc HAY Grekncabtle, Ind., Aug. 15. At tho Lard holco little village of Fontanel, where tho BUTTER crcamo dairy y Choice W. J. Randall powder mills are lo- APPLKS-Cdol- ce to lancy POJAlOEb New. p r brl cated, wheelmlll No. 3 exploded just after a fresh charge had been put in, FLOUtl Winter CHICAGO. Patent Wheat No 2 red..... and while George Barber, night super GKAIN3 Chicago Spring N't intendent, and Matt Mciscr, assistant, iui(fl- -o : 2 were standing near the building. OATn-N- o. Mess POIIK m Melscr was enveloped in flames, and, NEW YORK. although ho sprang into a barrel patent filled with wnlcr standing near FLOUR Winterred WHEAT Nn 8 CORN-N- o. 2 mixed by, his cljQtlilng and flesh continRYE ued to burn, until only a small spot OATS Mixed , Mpis 'of his head was left untouched. POHK-Non top Ho was literally roasted, internally BALTIMORE. aid externally, having inhaled the GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red flame, and death relieved him within Southern Corn Mixed a few hours. Barber was very badly Oats- - No 2 white burned, but he will recover, Mciscr's. Rvr No 2 western First was at Oakland City, this state, CATTLEWoatcrn quality home HOGS where his two children live. Tho buildINDIANAPOLIS. 2 red.... ing was wrecked by tho explosion, but Corn No. 2 mixed. ....... the machinery escaped injury. , .,. No. 2 mixed Oats LAKU-stccw rn LARD-Weste- PIlOVIsJONS-Mc- ss Oais No. S live No.2 Pnmr to choice. (ij 67 3.1) 22W f7 &!0 7S (it 0 SO lilt & porU panion, and Master Chunk made up his mind that he'd fike to look out of the window. He rolled over nnd climbed up on the seat, says the Washington Post. "Xow, don't do thnt," said mamma. MYou know you've had one awful fall doing that, so sit right down." "Where did I fall, ma?" he 'piped, shrilly. to-da- y A very fat little boy with chubby legs that stuck out at right angles from his wntcrmelon-shnped- . body sat in a Ills fond Georgetown car one day. mamma was engrossed in "says slicing" nnd "says being" with her com- ! Does yourhead ache? Palnbackof your eyes? Bad taste in your mouth? It's your liver I Ayer's Pills are liver pills. They cure constipation, headache, dyspepsia, and all liver complaints. 25c. All druggists. Wnt your mouitach or beard a buutlxul T crown or rich black Then ui &.F VESliSAri A. YaTFSlr EDUCATIONAL. II NEW HAMPSHIRE MILITARY ACADEMY Prepares for Ooreratnent Academics and Colleges. A. M Full Commercial Course. Major H. K. IITATT. Principal, y KST I.KUANON, N. U. A. N. K.- I BUCKINGHAM'S DYE (M&. I -E 1774 ! WHEN WHITING TO ADVEUTISEKS please state that you a aw the AdTcrtts. Hj ilHU,n N tm 1 s"ii W stent In this paper. Aids Digestion, Regulates the Bowels, Makes Teething Easy. TEETH1NA ' 10 4J I 1 25 35 2! I 50 1 12M tt (it . BO 3 45 3 69 15 73K 70 2t 7 50 6 10 3 65 a a 25 3i) 5 si?.' 21k 'V . ' cj"3 91 it 79V 33& 60 0 8 75 27 50 to 5 50 FLOUR-Fam- lly 3 25 (a 3 7IJiffi t5 .o M 71V, 1ZH "Yes," she answered. "Where?" and he looked anxious. "On the hnnd," his mother replied. Master Chunk raised one cushion of a ,hnnd to his hend, nnd then, without the 'slightest warning, he let up a roar that would have made the bull of Dashan green with envy. All the wny up to High street mamma was busy comfort-Ingthlm- .' 'Sho had recalled a painful circumstance to him and he wept went the more loudly since there was no present pain to distract his attention. And the woman across the cor said If he was her child he'd stop yelling or she'd know the reason why. Cpset the Actor' Grarltr. A funny incident happened during a performance of "Macbeth" in Dublin. g scene, when the In rthe' nurse and the doctor appear on the stnge together and confabulate with one another, a loud voice suddenly cnil'cd but from the gallery, ausjpg a ronr.'of laughter in the middle of a most serious' scene Well, .doctor, is It a 4 boy or a glrl7" sleep-walkin- "In the street car." "Did I hurt myself?" he asked. efthinA &.WM SXmM. &emWammVBSz Relle.es (be IsBi' Trrruiuo ittinino runuLnd nniwncnr. ftfllaBa Bowel Troubles of Children of Any Age. Comtm Onlv Oft nnf(i Aak Tour Srurglit furtt. " TEN DAY RAIL AND LAKE EXCURSION TO MACKINAC ISLAND LEAVING CINCINNATI AND INDIANAPOLIS TUESDAY, AUGUST 29 VIA THE Smr (is 4 80 4 90 33i 27 5IW HO C-- H. D.Ry, ONLY (it 5 (ft 5 10 60V GRAIN-Whcat-- No. D. C, Steamer $5.22 ! ROUND TRIP, . 3M 21 The American Liner 1'arls. Falmouth, Eng., Aug. 15. Tho American line steamer Paris, recently pulled off tho rocks near Coverack, left here under her own steam Monday morning, aided by several ,ugs. She is bound for Milford Haven, where she trill be docked for repairs. More Gold Certificates. LOUISVILLEi ' FLOUR Winter patent GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red.... Corn Oat rORK-M- Mixed Mixed ,i 34 - 3 45 6ft 3 55 70 9 VIA RAIIi TO TOLEDO AND AN 810 MILE LAKE TRIP.' AtvnrLowRatehav boon arranged to "THB BOO," DULUTH, OIUU Trine Tips "THB SHOWS," and HARBOR SPRINQ8. (it Ln C 3((j ws LARD Sioam 311, 00 55 tl' C. For Staterortm or Berth Reservations and Information of any kind call on your II. 8l D, Agent, or write D. O. EDWARDS, Passenger Traffic Manacer, Clndnnttl, 0. CARTERS INK railways use. New York, Aug. 15. The subtrcas-ur- y EMaKiMgMui;i3Marira Hfl - bUKU wntKt All ELSE FAILS. Cough Tastes Good. M ueet Id tlmo.Sirup. br druuzltts. Soli . TJso W,'I.IIIMAdl.lJMi I rccelred $1,280,000 in gold certificates for distribution in this city Monday. They wero delivered during the day as the bank,s galled or (he notes, To. cure, op money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it? Price spe, A tr ! . TL - : 3ai.V .. aki- - ". Vi v rTVP .m -' '- ... ' , -- ', "'.-.- ' s i r HssasSatt&a u'ULa . . a - .tt" tjrj ", '.