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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1899 mou1899082501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. $ &. !ft v '.- f-- 4 W to V.' .MTH ; lt:rlpllf VOLUME XIII. i ' M it FRIDAY, AUGUST LABORI IN COURT. fcyftjs' Wounded au S hi .j jt MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUN' 00M PAUL REFUSES. 25, 1899. NUMBER 49,. I INTERESTING STATE NEWS. I THE FALL MEETING. The Programme of tho I.nulirllle Drlvlnc ami Auocltitlon, ll.cln- Dine loptrmoer 28. He Will Not Submit to tho Demand England for a Court of Inquiry Ho I ropotcs New Terms. of Attorney Wl THE LINCOLN COUNTY . vnir.NUU IU IU, Jlt.1. rly Tuesday Morning--. 23. REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN. It Open. Hi; rlr London, LiiurVl County, In a Ilnr- - l'olltlcnl Di'inoiislratloii and n becue Urn, Tnj-lo- r Epeakf. 22. Llrrd Three Weeks With a 1'rnken Neck. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 10. Mrs. Lucy Bllnke died Thursday from a broken neck, sustained from a fall three weekj l'n pa Found It Out and llroke Up the ago. Tho woman was operated on imHume In Very Hiort Order He mediately after tho accident, and for Took tho Girl Home. several days showed signs of recovery. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 20. George She took a turn for tho worse three llrcitanstcin and Miss Mamio Iiocrtz, days ago and was unconscious until 24 well known young pcoplo of this city, hours before her death. quietly slipped over to Jeffcrsonvlllc, Jlay Curtail 1'rocluctlon. lnd., about three weeks ago and were Louisville, Ky., Aug. 20. John 15. married. Thompson, of Their wedding' was kept secret until of the KentuckyHarrodsburg, president Distillers' association, Friday, tho groom having taken time says lie ic confident that at the meetto fx up liis house so that it would bo ing to bo held in suitable for the occupancy of himself the Independent Cincinnati, between distilleries and the and bride. The nuptials were trust, an agreement bo to in announced Saturday limit tho production will be reached tc morning's papers and Friday night the tucky to 20,000,000 of whisky in Kengallons a year, foi young lady stolo away from tho doml-cjl- o three years. of her parents and went to her Tobacco Company Sold. new home. Her father in somo way Louisville, Ky., Aug. 23. The Louislonrncd'of the marriage and late Friday night went to the placo of abode of his ville Spirit Cured Tobacco Co. hai been sold to the' Continental Tobacco """RoWIiPlawrffiok tho" girl away'and'rc-"turning smashed all tho furniture in Co. Tho now company has been incorporated under tho laws of tho state tho house. of New Jersey, with a capital of , Hanged bjr n Mob. process fot It owns a Fulton, Ky., Aug. 23. Squab Dolin, curing tobacco and patenta largo plan) has colored, was hanged Saturday night by here. a mob. Thrco weeks ago Hollo and Has Fire Calve. Negro named Henry Stewart another Greenup, Ky., Aug. 23. John Henry robbed Gall Hamilton of $13 and then shot and killed him. liolin escaped at Mandon, of Lost creek, has a cow that d calves, tho time, but Stewart was captured gave birth to five nnd hanged by a mob the nighfr after all females, four of which aro still llvi the murder, liolin was captured at ing. 14Tho cow is only flvo years old, months ago gave birth to twin Milan, Tcun., and brought hero Sat- and female calves. When only 2 years oi urday night by officers. ago she gave birth to twins, but only A turprlie at London, Kr. one lived. London; Ky., Aug. 10. Surprise was I'urllmi Lass Sold.. created here by tho reappearance of Lexington, Ky., Aug. 10. An EngCircuit Clerk Daugh Whlto and Depulish buyer has secured for $3,000 the ty Felix Davidson from tho west, and brood mare Puritan Lass by especially after it was rumored in Clay Spendthrift, dam Phoebe Mayflower. county Davidson would never again bo Puritan Lass Is the dam of Tlllo and seen alive. It is said that the Whites Burlington Route, and was owned by are apprehensive of their safety, since Turney Bros., of Bourbon county. The Wiley and Jim Baker's release from same buyer has secured Maid of jail on account of the disappearance of for $700. Jim llcvcrly and Carlo Baker. Stranger In Trouble. Meeting-Paducaii, Ky., Aug. 32. A strange VkrS'aillks, Ky., Aug. 23. A con- man whoso identity is unknown is lyin ing at tho point of death at the citj vention of all tho negro the liluc Grass has been called to meet hospital. Nothing can bo learned at Kecne, Ky., nine miles south of this Ho gave tho name 'of Isaac city, next Tuesday and Wednesday, Colin, of Evansvlllc, but tho Evans-vlllAugust 33 and 2a Tho call states that police can And out nothing about "business matters will be attended to." him. Death From Smallpox. Gov. llradler. I'rocl.iin itlon. Columbia, Ky., Aug. 19. One death FnANKKOtrr, Ky., Aug. 18. Got. Bradley Wedu sduy afternoon issued a occurred Thursday of smallpox at proclamation calling for relief for tho Clcmcntsville, Casey county a young One storm-strickeand destituto citizens child of Marti nVeatheringt-n- . new case was reported. of Porta Rico. Got. Uradley Appoints, Commissioners. Itun Down by a Train. Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 20. Tho govStanford, Ky., Aug. 23. Matt Boyle, of Lancaster, while crossing tho L. and ernor has appointed the following comK. road near hero from Junction City, missioners from this state to tho southwas run over by tho express and mor- ern exposition to be hold in New York tally injured. It is supposed ho was this fall: James F, Buclcner, of Louis' vialc; Lucas Moore, stato commissionasleep. er of agriculture, of Frankfort; Mayor Ullmuu Hound Over. New-porNew Haven, Ct, Aug. 10. Alfred E. Rhinock, of Covington; Bilt., of Simrall, of Lexlngtou; Townscnd, Ullman, of Lexington, Ky., who it is Owens-boro- ; charged, passed forged checks on mer- of Bowling Green; Small, of Willis, of Shclbyville. chants, was bound over to tho superior court Thursday in $1,000 bond. Fought Over Cards. Hoi'KINSville, Ky., Aug. 22. Creed .A met. Twenty-Fiv- e Dollar.. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 23. Everett Perkins and Jake Williams becamo in. li. Fox, a traveling salesman, filed a volved In a quarrel over a game oi petition in bankruptcy with assets at cards in a woods near Herndon. Perkins advanced in a threatening man$35 and debts aggregating $10,009. lier upon Williams, who drew his reFarmer Murples As.aailnatcd. volver and flrcd, the ball taking effect Liberty, Ky., Aug. 23. Itubo Mar-pic- in Perkins' body, inflicting a wound a farmer,- - aged 24, was shot from from which ho died in a few minutes. his' horso by unknown partion. He roil OK li Car. was instantly killed. Catlettsburo, Ky.,Aug. 23.r- -J. Tur-maStorm In Madlton County. son of John Turman, of RKDnousE, Ky.,Aug. 10. Destructive Ferrj", Ky., brakeman on tho 0. Mad& B. S. railroad, fell off a box car storm swept over this portion-o- f ison county, uprooting trees and doing while running at the rate of 30 miles an hour. He U in a icriou't condition. much damage to crops. Louibvh.lk, Ky.', Aug. 23. The programme of the regular fall meeting of tho Louisville Driving' and Fair asso--t elation has been announced by Secretary Frank P. Kenny. Forty thousand dollars in purses is offered by the association. Tho meeting will begin Mojiday, September 25, with the Kentucky Matron stakes for trotters, $7,000, and the Commercial Club stakes, 82,000 for pacers. An excellent programmo has been nrranged for the flvo succeeding days, including the Douglass stakes for $3,000 for 2:12 trotters, tho Zelback stake, $3,000, and tho Louisville stake, $3,000. All tho stako races havo been closed, but there ore yet 14 purse events to close by September 0. Tho best harness horses In tho country are The republican state campaign opened at London, Laurel county, Tuesday in a mammoth political demonstration and barbecue. Gen. W. S. Taylor, tho nominee for governor, will speak, making tho Goobel election law tho main Issue. Nearly all. tho republican politicians in the state accompanied Gen. Taylor to London Monday night. Excursions will bo run from many places. Gov. Bradley, who refused to attend the republican state convention at Lexington, will not be present at London Tuesday. He refuses to havo anvthlnrr to do with the state campaign, though considcra- able pressure is being brought to beat to enlist him to stump for Taylor. Frankfort, Ky., Aug. . entered. SECRETLY MARRIED. rage. However, if Mr. Chamberlain has his way, it is'bclieved President Kru-gcr- 's counter proposals will meet with scant attention, and unless the Boers completely back down, which is not likely, the crisis will quickly develop Into war. It has developed that the war .office has been aware of the nature' of the Transvaal government's answer for bcveral days, and that it was communicated to tho war oillji-- , hence it is probable that Gr at Britain London, Aug. 22. Thcreisnolonger any doubt that President Kiugcr has refused to submit to the demands of Mr. Chamberlain for tho appointment of a court of inquiry. He may havo done so diplomatically or hedgingly. But that his answer is regarded by the British government as tantamount o positive refusal is now an established fact Tho colonial office is normally non committal, but there are other evidences which amply justify tho statement. Tho report that President Kruger has proposed now terms Is somewhat verified ,by the guarded comment .of the colonial office officials and the irritability displayed there. There is not the slightest doubt that they now believe war is the only way to settle tho controversy. They would far rather have had a curt, defiant answer than tho temporizing answer which tho Boer president has sent- - With the former Great Britain would have plain grounds for a quick commencement of' hostilities. Under tho circumstances, which it is believed now exist, aggresr sivo action needs considerable explanation to justify It in tho eyes of tho world and tho English majority who still declare that war would be an out-- , IgjAug. Tho second day of kweeK oi tno second trial by RATIONAL Successors to Farmers Bank BANK, will delay the denouncement as little as possible. A high colonial officer expressed to the representative of tho Associated .Press his disgust at what he termed - -- woll-forme- Hal-gowa- n . Kruger's cupidity and hypocrisy." He said: "Tho kind of game which Kruger Is playing must .bo clear to Americans. The protestations of Mid uocrs tuat they wish to livo a quluf. agricultural life, may bo the tune of' some on tho yeldt but tho gang in Pretoria is simply after money. Though President Kruger says many harsh things of the Outlanders, he never hesitated to make money out of them, either by fair or foul means, "This Transvaal question can not bo judged by recent occurrences. You must go back 50 years. It has been hanging firo all that time, and tho sooner it is settled now the better." ' Though tho official did not actually say so, it was clear that he believed war was the only method of settlement. It Is learned that the government Is somewhat annoyed at tho public's slight interest in tho Transvaal. Thepfficlal above quoted said to a newspaper representative: "Dreyfus 5ceins tho only thing that our peoplo tllnk about, though England Is In a most serious crises. This indifference isperhaps typical." A special dispatch from Cape Tovyn jays there is great danger of an outbreak of violence on the frontier and that tha scum of South Africa are enlisting throughout the colony and aro being sent to Pitsanl and Jameson on the border. irtial' of Cant. Alfred Dreyfus largo of treason began at 0:30 saay morning. Jaborl was present. He tKo court In a carriage, and Me hall at 0:30 o'clock. The ! irreeted him bv Htandlnir un hands, fWgencral clapping of briskly, walked quite and folding his left arm close to hia lordernntto disturb his wound. . I. .... nefucn. Alerclcr ana.Ucn. Billot middle of the courtroom. stor- tfhattcd and smiled! Labori look- - And continuously under same management for ag years. srv well. Ho was trlven a cushion- Solicits your Bank account hoping such bussiness rela-:io- ns f . . rm chair. Madame Labori, look- ell, was also in court. Labori will prove materially profitable and pleasant. warmlv congratulated bv friends. it Dreyfus, on enterinc. smlllns'lv pk hands with Labori. Jouaust addressed a few words .Lynn. J. S. Owsley, Sr. J. congratulation to Labori and ex- - J. J. Williams. . . t . i ia the profound indignation of 3. $i. Shanks. William Gooch. J. F. Cash. tribunal at the' attempt to assassi- W, H. Cummins. the counsel. Labori was much A. W. 'Carpenter. J. B. Owsley. ved and thanked Col. Jouaust in an ucnt speech. 6SSE8, Aug. 23. Gen. Mercier, who ftnlnlster of war when Capt. Drey- mnv was condemned and who In the nt trial Is tho virtual prosecutor, r was called upon Sundav bv tho of the Associated Press, wjjjq Invited him to make a statement of, tfic "position of the antl-Dreusards. Although unable to receive the correspondent in person Gen. Mercier sent his oldest son to convey tho following ll expression 'of his views: A'(3en. Mercier considers it useless to atempt to convert foreign opinion .AJNTD rofcirding tho Dreyfus question, in ufilch, morqovcr, foreigners havo no rikai to intervene- - Foreign people hswe.bcen misled bv tliolr hivrr. whtnli isiolently Dreyfusard, for the verv ri raUUK ason that a majority of the rnewspapers have been bribed Keeps Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Linen Bosoms, Cuffs .hMpo,! ewish syndicate. Gen Mercier and Collars. Can Metallic Caskets ' anything he might say Have Embalming Short Notice is that ol OF STANFORD, KY. i Capital $100,000. STANFORD, KY., f' V. ... -- Trust 6o.f 'I ;, i DIBEOTOES. E . ... S. H. Shanks, President. J. B. O.wsley, Cashier. W. M. Bright, Asst. Cashier. WILLIS GRIFFIN, Fin Uwer Funeral Director. and v.!. MX. VERNON, KY. Furnish Doneon and Easy Terms. '. . T'M ,firr P..T jKwreTws&ir II llllll .1 , , T M statements abroad wjll be the con demnation of Dreyfus. "This condemnation is only a matter of ten da-- s or a fortnight, for condemned Dreyfus certainly will be. Foreigners will then see that their journals have deceived them, for they will recognize that the mass of the French nation, who will receive the news of the conviction of Dreyfus as joyful tiding, is composed of officials and that tho majority of the French applaud the condemnation. It will be because it is ju t and merited." WWw.' ' . " Orders bu To'erjraph or Telephone Promptlu Attended to Dau or NIoht 'OWHA yv.cj)jLM.i. .ji'r-- . MiiHk&tMvK'kjl tf"; V yKg5KiHfe5yCM GREEN FRONT jfej&WKlj DRUG STORE In the I'lncc to liny HE LEFT NO WILL. Mrs. Eva A. gS5aS&3SK Ingerioll Filed it llnntl as Ad. ralolstnitrlx of the Estate of the I.ate Colonel Iugerioll. New Yoiik, Aug. 22. Mrs. Eva A. Ingersoll, widow of Col. Robert Inger-sol- l, has filed a bond as administratrix of tho estate of her husband. Mrs. Ingersoll swears that she has made diligent search for tho will of her husband, hut that to tho best of her knowledge and belief that ho died Drugs, Patent Medicines Jewelry, Stationery, Cigars and "Tobaccos, Paints and Oils, Call when Town. G. C. DAVIS & CI Mt. Vernon, Ky.. intestate. Tho value of his personal property is estimated by her to be about S10,000. At the time of his death ho held no . THE PORTO RICO STORM. The llodles or 8,500 Victims Uurlecl.,1,000 I'eriom Were Injured nnd sfooo l'eople Are Still .1 tiling. real property. The heirs to the estate aro Mrs. Ingersoll, the widow, Mrs. Eva R. I. llrown, wife of Walston II. Brown, and Miss Maudo Ingersoll. New Form of Monry Order. FIRST NATIONAL BANK KY. OF STANFORD, n t; Ponce, P. R., Aug., 22. It is now estimated that tho bodies of 2,600 victims of tho recent hurricano have been buried, that 1,000 persons were Injured during tho storm, and that 2,000 people There are opporaro still missing. tunities here now for investors. There is tho greatest lack of money for repairing damages, replanting and re-- , plenishing stocks. The alcades appointed committees for tho distribution of relief stores, etc., but tho military authorities ob Washington, Aug. 22. Tho post office', department has adopted a now form of do.uc.stlo money order, which will bo introduced gradually after September 4. It is the size of an ordinary J, W. Hayden, W. P. Walton, J. H. Oolllor, M. D. Elmoro, J. B. Hooker, bank draft and has two new features F. Rold, T. P. Hill, S. H Bauerhman, W. A. Trlbblo, & T. Harria tho use of carbon manifolding paper and M. J. Mlllor. for reproducing the order instead of wilting it twice, as at present, and Wc solicit the accounts of thr citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties,' also a receipt. It is expected the feo assuring them prompt and careful attention to all bubiness intrusted to un. Personal application and correspondence, with a view to' charged for orders will be materially business relations, rer.pcctfully Invited. reduced- about January 1. Capital Stock, $100,000. Surplus, $l7,32Qim DIREOTOES: - s, n, Tur-man- 's jected to It. Will Not Extend Her I'ossrsslons. Ponco is hijalthy, though bodies con llEituN, Aug. 22. Haron Von Hey-klntinue to bo found in tho fields. Tha, tho late German minister at authorities havo decided to burn t);a Pckin, who has arrived hero on lcavo ruins of Yabuco. of absecfor a year,.has declared In an intti'view that Russia does not InTo Hold National Convention. Chicago, Aug. 22. The first national tend tt extend her possessions in Ie added that a China-Japa- n of tho Young People's China. convention treaty Ia lrapossiblo because of mutual Christian Temperance union in callcl hatred, and declared that Germany's to meet hero September 27 and 28. Tli claims to bo tho first temperance a" Chineso interests Ho in tho direction ganlzatlon to systematically unite tl of tho ability of women and tho voting pov Sold to tlie Cincinnati Team. - DETnoiT. cr of men. Tho organization of tl Mich., Aug. 22. Shortstop work into a national movement w.l Norman Elberflold, who was fined 100 bo effected on Frances Wlllard's birth nd mispendcd for tho season for asday, in honor of her interest in av saulting Umpire Haskell several weeks .ago nas been sold tb tho Cincinnati appreciation of young people and th club. His fine was paid Tuesday, and efforts. Hates of a fare and a th i havo been grnnted from nearly ill hn .will jw,H .,, . rl .i . - ... 4n(n l. I..parts of the country, g, Yang-Tse-Klan- g. J. S. ilockcr, Prcs., A. A. McKinnoy, Jno. J. McRoborts, Cashier, Ass't Cashier. - GO TO JONAS McKEHZIE MT. VERNON. KY., For Everything in '.- H Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, General Merchandise. BEST GOODS AT LIVING PRICE5. .& . vwnuu v. u -- WcT-, . 3' . 4 mm IIUH1MMIIIII" ' , ' ; . T 1k. A- - " L Mt Vernon Signal Friday. Aug 25 j for tlie Iiign position of Governor? Tins state 'of fnct shows that not only John Young Brown, hut all others whose names were mentioned 111 that convention were willing to accept and eager to get the nomination. And it seems to me that this should.'top all the complaint about the proceedings at Lcuibille. V 1 i.r 1899 COLLYER & OWENS" . W i 1 j Publislu d evci y Ft iday by AMES AfARET. .SUBSCRIPTION ONK YKAK UNDERTAKER'S, , Hj'demau, President of the Compain, was the man to whom John Young Brown Adveiih'iig tatcs made known on sent to procure the nomination. What were their relations, that application John Young Brown should send to DEMOCRATIC TICKET. him for that publication?" $I.OO N Courier-Journal N V i 'Tor Got ci nor, v of .'1HHS 4j""""""""f Casket S, Coffins, Robes, etc.-- kept m stock. Orders by mail, tele- graph, telephone promptly filled m BRODHEAD. KY. SALE WILLIAM C1OKIJ1.L. of Kriiton. Tor Lieutenant J. (ioenor. Nihon U. W. Ur.CKMAM, of Tor Attorney (loucnil Land, Stock, Cropj The following sales were made in Lincoln county: George Wood bought wethers at Ship3 cents; sold ewes at 4 cents. ped a car load of hogs, costing him yz cents. For Family and Medical You Want Use ItOHf J.DHIX'KIKIIIDGn, of Itojlc J'or Auditor, GTS G, COl'LTKn, of Gum's v For Treasurer -'. COLD SPRING NELSON OUNTVlflgB . , G n.Gi:R, Stiiti- - of Hojd l'or fcoeretaiy of j HILL, ofClark I'or fciiit. of Public Instruitioii II. V. JleCIinSKr.Y. of LiWugstor. Toi CoiiiiuUsioiiPi of Agriculture I. H. JCALL, of Jcflerson Tor Rjillo.nl Commissioner Third district A W HAMILTON', of Montgomery ('.. . Sold Direct from Distillery. sour By virtue of tlifn&V isions of a deed of trust executed to me by the " r "sfit to' be the. Democratic The average price of No. 2 wheat unn"fBi 65X- cents per bushel. The on 10th day district. November 1898 and duly recorded in the average price on this date for past DEALERS IN The Goehel machine has fixed three 3 ears was, 1S98, 6Sc; 1S97, clerks office at Mt..ffiernou Ivy., 1 will oiler for sale at 66c; 1S96 46c. another newspaper a: Paducah. public auction, on thcpremisej, on Saturday Aug. 20th I899 Embry Bros, so'd to Miller, of The other one didn't stay fixed any Coaie to see us. Will sell you honest goods at longer than $7,50 would go toward Ohio, for October delivery 36 head at 12 o'clock property both real and ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. fair orices. noonMKfUl of the releiving the Louisville of 900 pound cattle at 4 cents. 04- A or nor AT..- -. clLLU. Same party also bought or John personal belonging tli ojsaul Dispatch. llUIJLL OLS of V.JLU 1VJ.CLIU HCnTY You seem to know how it's done. Lynn, JessLynn, Logue Wood, and KY. ?& Well we have always heard that it others about 100 of same weight takes a knave to catch a knave. at same price. Of T. C. Rankin a While you are turning state's evi- lot at $3 85 and of F. K. Tribble dence you might tell the people about 30 at 4 cents all averaging how much it cost the L. and N. to about 900. The real estate includes over 1500 acres, and mineral fix you and how far the sum went If young trees are planted this toward relieving perplexities, ec. fall the proper method is to dig out rights in about 500 acresladditional. Don't buy Furniture without seeing me. I can save you The place is fully money. Bed room suits, French plate qlass mirrors in dress'Jackson Hustler. a space for the roots that will allow equipped with incline, trams, tip house, side tracks &c. The er $10.50 and up. Diessers. beds, (Iron and brass trimmed) sufficient room for spreading". Do Tables, chairs, rockers, soflas, springs, matresses, (nil kinds), Mr. Goebel in his speech at Har- - not apply manure to the roots, but personal property consists of miners tools, furniture, stock of cots, picture frames, easels, hat racks and the nicest and rodsburg on Monday last charged use rich top soil. If fertilizer is usMl cheapest line of that John Young Brown had used ed let it be boue meal. In the Merchandise, book accounts &c. There are two veins of coal 'efforts to become the nominee of the spiing give a liberal application of 1 on the place. Louisville convention. He referred wood ashes. Found anywhere. Come and see; it's onlv FAIR, . t f tc a statement in the Times on the Hodgkin Bros., bought the past Also a car load of Globe Fertilizer on hand at lowest pi ices. same date as thai on which Gotbel wee.K 193 hogs, Lwt. 165 lbs, at Try me for Flour, Meal, Shipstuffs &c , and bring your prowas nominated, in which attention $3.So. duce. I'm vour friend, be MINE. Remember the place. was called to the possibility of the Hodgkin Bros., shipped this week convention refusing to adopt a 220 sheep and lambs. The sheep W dropping resolution. The article cost 2j to 2)i cts. and the lambs 4 tated that John Young Brown's MT. VERNON, KY to 5 cts. name was being heard as a dark Hodgkin Bros., shipped this week horse candidate for Governor beFor Rent; a house' of 3 rooms on a lot of 750 lb. heifers, bought of fore the convention, that many Newcomb avenue Mt. Vernon apply Mr. Goebel would, in an ex Dan West, of Montgomery county, . at Signal office. at 2,2 cts They also bought a lot 1 at 11 F.SFRANCISCO, Propr. tremity, throw his strength to re- 01 in this county at 3 to 3 cts. Brown, and that many delegates m Half-sol- e Ladies' shoes for s.c Located at the DcpotgMi t from Western Keulucky stood Winchester Democrat. and 35c. B. F. Bedford lps purchased the r ady to vote for Brown as a compro Ky I will put a pad in your saddle mise candidate for the nomiution following export cattle: Of Junius for $1 bo up to $2 50. I have Mr Goebel, in his speech at B. Clay 50 head; of Mrs. Julia Goft Liver Attached Good had fourteen years experience in 54; of Lewis Rogers 32 They Harrodsburg, declared that the pub averaged about 1,400 pounds and the leather business and guaiautee lication in The Times was brought Paris News. best workman.ihip. Meet all Trains, Day and Night. about by a request from Brown to the price. 4 and 5c. Mr W. N. Haldeman. conveyed John M. Parks shipped 55 head 12, I want some more of that good. 'Traveling Men and Railroad through Mr. C. C. McChord, ' 'men vSol.inted. Wil of export cattle which averaged furs Ice Cream and bestest Candies lbs., at 5c per pounds. W. F. lunches' for al trains. i made by W Davis Gcebel's Charge. , ' Now, marl: what I say," said Park shipped at same time 43 head Fok Salu. Two bouses and Senator Goebel alter leading The which averaged 1,340 pounds, at Richmond lots in Mt. Vernon at a bargain. ' Times article. "I charge that pub- about same price. Register. LUfcA"LlI'OKD. 4t lication was procured to be pubW. B. Kidd has bought of Prcs lished) by John Young Brown. I Wanted A half- - ido).en' coal charge that he sent a messenger to Walker 21 export cattle, September miners Will give steady work HUGH MILLER delivery, at 5 cents. On yesterday the President of the Courier-Journfor next six month,?. r Company and asked that the publi- W. B. Kidd shipped 120 i,32; t i J. W. MARLKK, cation be moda in order to biing pound cattle to New Yory for ex- Mt. Vernon, Ky. abtfut his own nomination. I'll port. They were bought from WaW HEADQUAL1ERS FOR. give the name of that messenger. lei Sharp and Omer and Win. Trace chains at 30c per pair; Mt. Sterling Advo He is C. C. McChord, the Demo- Ratiff at 5c breast' at 30 cents per pair. Tongue COMMERCIAL MEN. - cate. . cratic nominee for Railroad Comat 50 cetits rer pair at S. EST Porter all at trains.- nissidner in this district. He is Davis'. The majority of our correspon the personal friend of John Young dents in Montana, Wyoming, Idaho Jce cream in chunks it sticks, Brown, and to him "Brown gave the, and the Dakotas report that sheep ' 11 'made, on a new, process. Deli office of member 'dl the Railroad" shipments will be smaller this seacious. Sec S. W. Davis. commission during 111s term as. son than last, though in occasional Governor. And he appointed Sen- instances the contrary is true. The Ll fuKl For the best shave or R ator McChord's brother, W. C. Mc- Iamb crop fell short of last year hair-cu- t SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES. to le had within ft a wir. Chord, chairman of the commission from 20 to 35 percent, Livestock COUNTRY, RQCKG 9M miles of old Qrab to "revise the statutes. Report. Orcnard go to 'Sam Blakemore, upr "Let me repeat. I charge that . stairs in Govcr's building. The po 22 30 inches lung, all white The Evening1 Post is published1 on the day the Louisville convenC grade or better, $12 per m, litest darkey in seven states. to sell, and it is for sale to aJL&n tion made its nomination for Gov". 2x2,-- 30 inches lung red, $j ernor, almost a week after every- equal terms. Louisville I'ostt An Epidemic of Diarrhoea. 1 per m. Honest confession is god'for the - r- v thing had been accomplished that Mr. A.Sanders, writing from Co' WW ,the L. 28 iuches long.Jwhite $7 is now complained of by John soul. But tell us coanut Grove, Fla., says there has per m. & N. paid when it bought you the Young Brown, this same John been quite an epidemic of diarrhoea ' Do " , " red 4 Young Brown procured the publi- time you bolted Hardin 'and supthere. He had a severe attack and ported Bradley; how? much it paid per tii.' cation of this article in his effort to was cured by four doses of Chambring about his own nomination. you the time you? b61ted Bryan and ? berlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarWwk fti'i And I want to know, if tlat con- supported McKinley; and how rhoea Remedy. He says he also -' Lmucli it is liotvlibavine vou1 for vention could nominate John Young recommended it to others uud they SINGLI-TREEBILLETS. ' Brown, why couldu't it nominato fighting the Democratic ticket and say it is the best medicine they ever bpUer.-JohYoung me? Does he mean that he was supported the "used. For sale by Williams & inches, lonp white Brown? Say, eh- !- vjacson Hust JwI v ' the only imati in the Commonwealth ' Wesley, druggists, Mt. Vernon, $22 per m. " 1 Tom Rekd, speaker, has resigned as Congressman from first Maine John B. Embry and L. Joseph sold 700 export cattle, averaging 1,400 pounds to Capt. Gillispie at $4 80 in Montgomery comity. is - Jug and Bottle Trade Solicited. 3 year old at $2.00 per Gallon, 6 year old at $2.50 pet Gallon, 10 year old ut $3.00 per Gallon, "" O mashVVFi lOrvLY B I Lf BT J. MINING COMPANY B. DA NT, Distiller, GETllSEMANE, KY. DAVIS & SON OU..l, MT. VERNON. General Merchandise r"A pay-toll- .- Pine Hill Mining Company. frpyztezeji. AIR Loungeb and Couches no.-cos- i- - The Remitation of the Pine Hill coal is well established and -- 'd that section qf Kentucky which is its nearest market includes the ,. '.fr.i tne Diue grass Dest portion giou. F CHAMP Hotel Frith 1 Brodhead, 1,-3- al t'. $20,000 cast, balance in and 24 rnonthsil Notes for same to be excuted bgj the purchaser, P bearing interest from date, and title retained until! all payments are made, An inspection of the property is invited For further particulars, address: Ciw TERMS:: J' Miller House, ! ", V .' S. A, ra'rrish, Trustee r WANTED PInSHIUL, w; a kyi t how-iiuic- li mkmi Pt- Si: ,'iL ill I Ill 'I .1 '- Air n ! nominee Icr. ,., 1 1 r V A Ky. y. . - k. ... ' ..I M li t'.r ' s; i " , VI Whereas, oiu rank has suf- " Airs. W. T. Fish was visiting Lyte Adams has returned from Republican , Rally. T h e fered a loss by the death of W. C. her son Gieen Fish last Week. , opening of the Republican cam Garrard. Hundley. We hereby extend our paign took place at London, on the The boilers will say: "The con? J. W. McCall was out from Hur sympathy to the family of the de- Mr. Vernon, Kv Aug. 25. 1899 Fair grounds Tuesday last, Spo- ricaue, Tcnn vention past, tbe election is "over; cial trains brought in 700' or 800 ThefRockcastle County Teach ' ceased. - and we are not elected; Oh, for the ,' Dr. Monroe Pentiingtou has re' people from various portions of the ers Institute convened Monday, VII Resolved, that this msttBattrcdattbe Mt. Verokj, Ky., a on mall matter turned from a trip to Clay. tute request the Mt. ViiRNON Sig- tocks and mouutainsJIlo fallsitsT" us is estimated that froin Aug y- 1899. State, t House was called and hice us from him who hif to publish in J. G. Hazehvood. Carthage, Tex - 4'50 l5.ooo people were on the to order bv Stint D.ivis. Aftor nal and the Colonel )V the chair df State -- Goebel. grounds. Clifton P. Piatt intro- - singing Institute was led in full, the proceedings of this Instins.li.is n,.r' ti,,i.c ,u w t ,. -. ...U.IW for ...v. , U11V v Boreing, prayer Joy Rev, T I -- , Of, .,. .r.1 tute, duced by Congressman VUUUILUI. Star papers. The Brodhead fair is in progress After the reading and adoption this week. made the opening speech followed &upt Da As then delivered a short f!U Mi's. Will Brown, of Pulaski, is by Caleb Powers, Judge Morrow, addresson what he thought to be of the resolutions, the Institute visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Taylor and John M. Marshal the duty of each and every mem- arose and sang two stanzas of I ' A Word to Mothers. LouitviLtc v NASHVILIC R, Ft. Co A. Tenuington. It was .Republican day. Every-thin- g ber of the Institute in otder to "God SBe BWith You Till We Mothers of chiJdreu affected with Meet Again." House adjourned Dr. H Miller is iu from Texas went their way, There was make it a success. croup or a severe cold need not hesL & N. LOCA.L TIME CARD. E. S. At.tjrioht, His father is at Oxford Ohio barrels, of oratory and eloquence The following officers were then sine die. itate to administer Chamberlain's Day Mail North 11:05 a 111 somewhat improved in Secretary. on tap and it was tapped with vigor, elected and committees appointed: health Cough Remedy. It contains no Day Mail South .. 1:57 In fact the Supt. Davis, "Chairman; S. H. Geo. Johnson and wife and Miss vim and vengeance. opiate nor narcotic in any form and Night Ex. North 1:32 a m ORLANDO speakers jiist wore poor old De- Martin, E. S. Almay be given as confidently to the Todd, of Orlando, visited the fanii Night Ex. Sbuthi 1:44 am babe as to an adult. The great lyof S. C. Franklin on Sunday last mocracy into a frazzle too small to bright, Sec'y; and Miss Matilda f. A. Landrum, Agent. make shoe strings of at least they Jones, Assistant Sec'y. Geo. Johnson and wife visited at success that has attended its use in .'1 Harris White was here from Ft (the speakers) seemed to think so. -Committee on Resolutions. Mt. Vernon Sunday. the treatment of colds and croup ' Tmomas and has returned to go There was some good speaking and Mis1: Ella Joplin; Miss CHURCHES. Mollie Born to the wife of Monroe Sin- has won for it the approval and Christian Holds services 1st &3rl Sunday with the 31st regiment to the Phli- some not so good. General Tay- Brown. Dr. T. W. Childress, S. N. praise it has received throughout t 11a.m. and at 6:30 p. ra. gleton, a boy. pines. lor's two hours attempt to flagellate Davis the United States and in many Bud Chestnut and wife, of Cove, foreign l'rcsbyterlau Holds services on tho 4th Committee on' Program. Prof. T. J. Hayes, of Wildie, was in Goebel proved that he was no: an lauds. For sale by Theo, Sunday Marshal was the best Jones, F.S. Phillips, Miss Ellen visited this neighborhood Sunday Wesley, Mt. Vernon, Ky.l town Wednesday, the second time orator. last. Tom sticks close to speaker of the candidates, though Butnerand D. R. Gentry. Baptist Church Services on the Second in a year. Fon Saui. Three houses and Committee on Music. Miss it seemed that he, like some of the Suuday business. and Snnday. Saturday night The U. S. Marshal made a raid .V School at 9 1 m every Sunday. Prayer lots in Orlando also a good farm on other speakers, was rather careless Alza Brown, Miss Berda Martin, iu this section a few days ago; and Half Fare to Barbourville on Aug meeting on Tuesday nlshts. . abcut the truthfullness of some of Miss Ellen Butuer, S. N. Davis we understand that they made Cove branch 135 acres. Good 29, 30 31st and Sept. 1st, account his statements in regard to the and W. T. Gibbs. moon buildings and out houses. Good short work sof some MASONIC. of Fair, Tickets good returning grass land as well as highly proDemocratic nominee and the GoeThe first day was consumed by shine stills. '' Ashland Lodge No 040 meets 2nl Moil- Sept. 2nd. ductive loi other crops. Well wa- 'sbel law. A few of the Clay coun- Prof. Jones in discussing the subday 10 A m. Louis Reams is tearing down tered. At a bargain apply to Sig-- .' One fare for tiie round trip to ty fuedists were present but didn't ject of Psycology. In the limited ! ' Louisville, Aug 35th ana 26th limit- mix with each other. The Grffins amount of time which he had to his building and moving to another nal or J. B. Owens, Orlando, tf. LOCAL unci OTHERWISE. ed to Aug. 28, account of colored took a position at the east end of discuss this very important study, place on his farm. r For Sale. A large fair at Louisville. Prof. Reppert killed a very large grand stand and remained there there were many very valuable lesold mule ready for delivery Sep. This is the way our friend W. J. most of the day. The Philpots sons placed before the teachers, rattle snake a few days ago. Champ for Furniture. Hugh Mim.hr. ' tember 1st. Sparks speaks of the late Lexington didn't bother around thai vicinity. and it is especially rsquested of the Quite a number rif our young , C. C. Davis & Co. for drugs. , Convention: "It was a wonderful There was a grand scramble when teachers of Rockcastle that they people attended church at Lang-for- d How can it be done? But it is, , wrp dinner was announced. Many put them into practical use. Onevfare to the Brodhead fair. reserection of dead politicians." easy for S. V Dav's. Sunday. were trampled upon, and it's a The rest of the week, with the Half-sol- e mens' aud boy's shoes Uv Davis is seriously ill Mrs S. W. Cincinnati Saturday night 26th wonder no limbs were broken. exception of Rev. Williams has returned from day which for 30c, 40c, and 50 cents per pair, Go to tin.- - Green Front Drug and return Sunday night for $1.25 Prof. Chiesman's London Baud was devoted to the organization of Hazel Patch whera he was conHalf-solboy's shoes for 25c, round trip. Take advantage of this Store. furnished the music. The Profes- a County Teachers Association, ducting a series of meetings. Half-sol- e girl's shoes for 15c and and have a good time seeing the sor won't allow any other kind of was consumed in discussing the Judge Chenault, of Richmond, 25c Mrs: S. W. Davis has malarial sights music to be made, but good, by his eleven difleient common school who is interested in Brush fever. A blind bridle for 65c at S. W., V Always deliver eggs to your cus- boys. We saw but one man on the branches including theory and Creek coal fields, was down Davis. Don't foiget the place. A new roof is being put on the tomers when not over twenty-fou- r grounds wearing a Brown button, practice. a few days ago and purchased Joel " court-housold, as they will not be strict- and he was a drummer living in of commendation for Prof Anglin's interest in hours Words the Anglin success of ChamberThe great Jones for the admirable way in coal mines, He now owns quite a lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Mrs. Rosalia Ncsbitt lias re- ly fresh after that time during hot Knoxville, Tenn. weather. which he presented these, studies lot of coal laud in this section. Remedy in the treatment of bowel turned from Virginia. LIVINGSTON. have never been' found wanting These are said to be the finest coal complaints has made it htandard Miss Laura Langford, of northMrs G. P. Ramsey, of Rowland from a single teacher or visitor who fields iu Eastern Kentucky, and it over the greater part of the civilized was reported very low. east part of the county and Misses is hoped that a railroad will soon worle. For sale by Theo, Wesley, Miss Hallie Ballard returned to attended the exrecises regularly, Henry Fish is with his brother. Ida and Cora Ping, of Pulaski, her home at Barboursvillelrstweek We alsraesire to express to Miss be made from this point up Brush Mt. Vernon, Ky. visited the Misses Gentry, of this A. T.Fish this week. after a pleasant visit 'td rcalativesat EUorftJe Willhmsburg Insti- creek. place, last week. ' ' tute ana Prof Marsh, "of Berea ColHenry Hamlin, of Conway, who , Brodhead .neighborhood aie so ,.t J. C. Rymel, 'Squire Sigmtiu and , 2 A. W. Stewart was in Wildie, this place. lege, our appreciation for the many was working with the bridge car- well pleased with the working of 'Squire Gatliff were here MonqY Monday and is about well from a Lewis Djniott has been recom valuable suggestions which they place, while push- - the road grader that they have Phillips bought of J. Fish case of blood poisoning caused mended by Gov. 'Bradley lor a place offered and the unceasing interest penters near this Isaac nig a Struck over the track ran bought another one and placed it in volunteer army for the calf for $16. from a small scratch on "his hand, in otie which was manifested by them at over Ja torpedo, which exploded, charge of J. W. Moore one of RockPhillippines. about three weeks ago. ' ' all times i making' a very severe wouud in the castle's best farmers. Rudolph Hinzman. of Butler, J Miss Cora Adams cwas awarded HerriricT: Blankenship have about One of the most valuable steos foot. l) Ky., was visiting home folks this the gold medal at contest held here cbfnpleted removing and fitting up taken by the Jteachers.' during lthe week ' A WONDERFUL CURE F. L. Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, Wednesday of last week under the Institute, was the organization of a OK DIARRHOEA. T. Jones, Stanlord tinner;, ,is auspices of Miss Ida May Adams, of Mullins store house. J. Association. was over to see our merchauts a Countv Teachers' Ward & Magee will open up a putting a new roof on our' court assisted by l McKiufTey. of few days since, supplying them A PROMINENT VIRGINIA EDITOR ' M general stock, of mercbanidise as This is something the teachers house. goods and gas. the county have long beennee(?ing with 1 Had Almost Given Up, but Was lion, R C Warren, of Stan- soon as the house is finished. has returned and wijl AvR. Scott Tip Langford will move his lami-l- y and now as the move has been made Brought Back to Perfect Health Mr. & Mrs. Will Word entertain- toward the accomplishment of open up the Rockcastle Lime Co's ford, will address'the, people to his farm tbe latter part of the by Chamber Iain's Coiic, Cholera works,.. . ' ot the ed a party of thejr friends last; Sat same, it is to be hoped ' that there week. He himself will remain on of Rockeastlq and Diarrhoea Remedy. are enough good, honest', sincere the road. E. v?S. Albright dismissed his regular Democratic ticket dn urday evening. READ HIS EDITORIAL. Misses Josephine & Anna May teachers who" are really yiiterested, school at Brodhead this week on ac-- Mbndty, August 28th, at Mt. From the Times, Hillstille, Va. secTom Anderson has quit the Stephens were visiting' at Crab to keep the ball rolling count'.of tlie fair. I suffered'' with diarrhoea for a Vernon, at 1 p m tion and has accepied a job with ' The teaphira' exposed both by Orchard last week. long time and thought I was past a the hridge carpenters. Joe Cbffcy has jeturned from There are some cases of fever in act and jd?cd .tjjteir high appreciabeing cured. I had spent much were has been at work on the Uncle Ashley Owens and Stephens The new school house near this time and money and suffered., so town, and to prevent an epidemic, tion "of jhegYbat amount of interest new the trustees should make an order Rome Adams and others raided an jn'auiiesied in them by our most place is now completed and is one much misery that I had almost de- Mr., J. H, bunns father and to clean the streets and that all the illicit still on Horselick 'Jast Tues- wort)'' Superintendent Davis for of the best in the county. cided to cive 110 all hopes of re- ' mother will shortly move to Brod citizens of the town clean up their day night. and the Childress and Porter entered covery and await the result, but Jlie' beautiful book-cas- e head'from Boyle county. Mit Hackney is a citizen nice collection of books jgwhich he their school rooms again Monday noticing the advertisement of premises, lliey suoukl hrst begin ' . has secured. The Supeiintendent morning after spending some very Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and T. J. Hayes sold to Fred Mullins intthe "rear of the buildings in, town. has the duties of the office at heart, pleasant as well as profitable days Diarrhoa Reaiedy ant! also, some one sorrel colt, Vancleve by name, which our office is located. It The citizens of our town should and allthat is necessary for Jhitn, in Mt. Vernon attending the Insti- testimonials stating how some: seems to us that Marshal should hog and some corn. for one be very cautious in'patrouizing peo to raise the educational interest of tute. attend to, this without so many pie that drop wonderful cures had wrought byj for a day two Mrs1.- - Annie Miller, stenographer, Rockcastle above the plane, to itrf orders being made Mrs. Dr. Pennington aud her this remedy, I decided to try engaged 111 the millinery business. Washington City, is visiting friends which it has never obtained, is the a few doses I was enjjj father were visiting relatives of this After taking Guesses. S. V. Davis, the Remember that we have a lady iu hearty and relatives, of this place. of the teachers place tirely well of that trouble, aud I 'nutn-- , oiir midst that is a cripple; so besaddler, guessed the correct aud patrons. wish to say further to my readers Our reporters should remember ber of Rockcastle teachers taking gin at home to trade; stav at home The following arc the resolutions and fellow sufferers that lanr.ahale that to insure insertion their letters the Signal -- 18. Mrs. J. F. Grif- and let every bodyelse do the same. WILDIE. and feel as reported by the Committee: and hearty man should reach usby Tuesdays mail. fin, Mt. Vernon," gets the secotid 'There was a petition presented well as I ver did in my life. O.. yard needs at- prize of six' months subscription to our Superintendent Davis at the. I We recognize the County The court-hous- e as a valuable Conrad Hiatt bought of W. M. R. Moore. Sold by Theo. Wesley, tention.. We uudrstaud a lawn on guess 17 Lee Porter, Orjando, close kof last week's Institute Teachers' Institute Mt. Vernon Ky, educational factor. Hayes 3 calves for $12 each and one mower 'was bdught for that pur- - gets the third prize of three months signed by 65 teachers asking that II We extend our thanks to from A. T. Fish for $17. subscriptfbn on guess ot same num- he employ Prof. M. B. Jones for our Instructor Prof. Jones, for his COURT CALENDAR. ber, and also a year's subscription the next year. W. II, Brannaman bought of g Coleman Burde't, aged 56, of efforts in patient and County Court. Fourth Ma best corrected proof of a colt for for the J. H. Reynolds one mule his county never had the toothH. D. MaGee and Will Carpen- our behalf during the week. each month. cam addressed "to "TjiAoHjirs," $30 and one of Andy Hiatt for day in broke, up house keeping. ache or lost a meal on account of III We desire to thank our same. Quarterly Court. Fh st Monerrors in the card. ter have having found 17sickness. day in January, April, July and Mrs. W. M. Haver is visitiug her Superintendent for his steady and o !'!...1.,, v. rn lj-- IStt4 ttirt HUH I Gatliff and Hon D. October. . 111L. I r J. Fish, Jas. Superw l,iiitirrtrm r . , , .... ..,,, " rrnnnr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Orn-do- efficient services ui, i ....... ..b.. , ripntisr., nl Circuit Coupt. Second Mo G. Bowles attended the Republiintendent. " " 8"u l'" Louisville! will be at Miller Hotel day in February, Fourth Monday rally at London, Tuesday. . .. jvju . infills mr umwiiu IV We wish tb thank all of the can 111 May and Thud Monday in Jsep dur "H rcint court preparea 10 tobacco next spring. The wnl MARETBURG. f other officers ot the Institute Mrs. Jones Hiatt aud Mrs. tember. kinds of dental work. Ihfrinsr m some exoert tobacco men "M"6 for the willingness and promptness Geo. Fish were in Wildie, Monday, Mt. Vernon Police Court; lula Duyer, Plartford and who will uot only raise the weed Miss Cora Adams of Livingston, in discharging their duty. ThirdMouday in each month. shopping. is here visiting her cousin, Miss Recti Joncs"of Wabd, .two iudust:th9msclves but will teach the V Whereas,- there has been teachers, gave this ives here how to manage tobacco Laua Cummins. Dr. Lewis went to Bradford-ville- . called from our midst, our brother already P. A. Pcnninftton, D. D. S.; M. D, Mesdames Len Purcell, Ada Mc Sunday. 'office a pleasant coll ou Saturday crops. Several farmers nre Superin teacher and jint?rested in the subject and it is pherson and children ot Lebanon last DENTST, v-fcf tendent of Schools, Andrew Baker; We understaud R. A. Adams, of ' clever contract- - thought there will be 250 arc. 300 Juuction are spending a few days by the death ot Fred Krueger, the educa- Langtord, was very sick. whom, the TJ W fV.r Thitv1 nntl Pliocttint Sta. oris back for a few days from Inert.- - set the firat spring. Mr. with their mother, Mrs. J. N. Grif- - tional interest of this county lost foundation Sparkes has the matter in hand and fine. Hayes, who lias Lean Clarence T.nTTTSVTTJ.Tt. KV. Hyden. He has the a bright lieht and the teachers a fi e Mrs Abuer Winkler and little valuable and true friend. done fir court houbc, and n large as he always succeeds in his underWe sick with typhoid fever for Will be at Miller Housa, Mt, store and the brick will ioon be taking's we have no doubt the out- jS0Ili Eari( 0f Lebanon Junction are herein extend our deepest sympa . weeks is able to be out again. Vernon during all Circuit Courts. here visitiug relatives. reidy Both buildings will ho ome 111 tins one. thy to the bereaved family, Mt. Vernon Signal Teachers' Institute. s I ; i e , (J. I P-- " j ' ,,-- - - I A ,1 -- four-mont- hs '. ) one-ha- lf e - tbree-months-ol- the-'ne- d ! Mr-'Nel- li 1 Hy-de- court-hous- e, 1 of-"ou- ,' r .in-her- e -- to-da- y I t pains-takin- L" W "V VV I I M 11 X , . . 1 111 -- I "" - rf do-al- l , . Mi-s- es ? - ,4 jex-Coun- ty J h v " ar,Jjftji-- ' ' m'J!fvi " For the Sake of Fun Mischief is Done." A vast amount of mischief is done, too, because people neglect to keep their blood pure. It appears in eruptions, indigestion, nervousness, dyspepsia, kidnev diseases, and other ailments. THE ISSUES OF 1896. Artists W. J. PICTURED HORSES. Conceptions of the Xolile Steed of the I'renen't Are Not Always Nutnral. to-dn- y cr BARGAINS IN TOMBSTONES. Advanced Methods In (lie Poneral IIuiIiicm Adojitcil Near CHRONIC WEATHER KICKERS. 'ROBERTJOWNINfl Tells tho Secret of His Great Ea durance. Bryan Says the Chicago Plat-forWill Stand. m Cllr Oemetcrr. stonc-yartl- s, The Lunchroom Philosopher Gives Ills Views on Mankind In General. nevcr-contcnte- d HooPs Sarsaparilla cures all diseases promoted by impure blood or low state of the system. Remember i . SUNKHAZER FLIES OF MAINE. Wane Than Jersey Moiqnl(ocn and KUtlntr Bngi Ilirre No Chance Tvlth Them. Since reading in the newspapers of the kissing bug and his doings all the people in rural Maine have taken to capturing bugs andinsectsof all sorts and bringing the specimens to town for examination by newspaper men and naturalists. Countless arc the kinds of bugs that have been taken to Bangor in bottles, boxes and preserve jars, and tho captors all seem to be sorely disappointed when told that instead of the genuine kisser they have a moth killer, a lace winged fly, or something quite common and harmless. A man came from Vcazie to Bangor the bug other day withi a ferocious-lookincorked up in a preserve jar and claimed the credit of having captured the first kissing bug in that part of the country. It was not the famous kissing bug that he had, but a native bus somewhat resembling a small lobster "with wings. "I don't care a hang," declared the Veazie man, when told that he must try again. "These fellers kin lick the stuflin out of Sunkhazers, and that's what none of your common bugs kin do." Not many people living far away from Bangor know what a "Sunkhazer" is like. It Vs a ferocious big fly that infests the flats and meadows about Sunkhazc dcadwatcr, a place in the Penobscot river where the water is slack and where millions of logs are rafted. The Sunkhazers are the pest of the loggers, upon whom they feast to their heart s content, and nothing can drive them away. They; are four times the size of the famed mosquitoes of Jersey, and anj Maine man will back one of them against a fight. iozen kissing bugs in a fair stand-uMaine folks have, probably, no kissing bugs, but so long as the Sunkhazers survive tbey will not feel lonesome. N. Y. Sun, g was rushing. The crowd outside the window gazed until it was thirsty at, the remarkable bird that hung in a big cage. The card 'attached bore a handful of the alphabet hysterically put together and dc signed for a scientific name. After it were the words: "From Samoa." A few days later the "curionlly" was feed ing in the back yard with the, rest of the bantam hens. Detroit Free Press. n ut. Col. Cody, the eminent scout, helped to build a church at North Platte, ond was persuaded by his wife and daughter to accompany them to the opening. The minister gave out the hymn, which commenced with the words: "Oh, for ten thousand tongue? to sing, ' etc. The organist, who played by car, started the tune in too high a key and had to try again. A second attempt ended like the first in failure. "Oh, for ten to sine my great" came the opening words for the third time, followed by a squeak from the organ and a relapse into painful silence. Cody rould contain himself no longer, and blurted out: "Start it at five thousand, and mebbe some of the rest of us can get in." San Francisco Wave. Foollnnr the Pnhllc. "I'm about bushed in the matter of curiosities," mused tho owner of a small store. "It's a bad habit this idea of drawing trade by making a museum of the window, but I can't stop now business won't allow it." A few hours later the soda water trade Codr Cnlleil for Dr. Brown Aren't you rather inconsistent? You told me the other day that you are ten per cent, better than you were when you first consulted me, and now you have come here and want me to take 20 per cent, offmybill. Convalescent But I am not here, this time for my health. Boston Transcript. "Every man," shouted the orator, "has his price!" the member "You're a darn liar, "My from Walypang, in an undertone. price is only $300, and I ain't got it yit." Chicago nmes-.tie.aiu- Doctor and Patient. t Wronged, . takes a woman to bo unhnlppy thinking how unhappy she would be if she were not as happy as she is. N. Y. Press. It m Hewitt "Ever' rose has its thorn." .Tewettr-"Ye- s; the thorn is the bill." Town Topics. A$ VWw rWJ tt .M , A bad breath means a bad liver. Ayer's Pills are liver pills. They cure constipation, Diitousness, dyspepsia sick headache. 25c. All druggists Want your mouitache or beard a beautiful nrown or ncn DiacKf xnen uio Is vour breath bad? Then vour dcs irienas turn tneir ncaas asiae. PUIS DYE ' H'Lt " BUCKINGHAM'S ftT"'My.9'?nQa'iilft' ' Mf W,M"' H THE DECLARATION INDEPENDENCE. OFVSfiKS Com-siand? General Washington's commission as of the Continental Army. Its authenticity duly certified to by James O. Ulalne, See. of State, Lithographed on fine Dona paper In two colors and showing the creat seal of tho United States. Suitable for f ram-inund an ornament to any home. Securely mailed to any address for SO cents, postpaid, iloralt by registered letter, money order, drafts orSa. postage stamps to WILSON & DALY, 80 Adams Street, Chicago, 111. Agents Wanted, JXTXi cLm A Natural Black Is Produced by Buckingham's . Dye&. I tOcU,ofdrutglitorR.P,Hll&CoHuhu,N,H. hns .become necessary to extend tlie facilities of the general post office in How Philadelphia Dor's Impromptu Amen Canard a Sensation London. The volume of Canndinn busiIn Court. money, ness nlone hns doubled since the first cial session now would cost much but not nearly so much as the continuance of the year. Attorney John A. Ward, ono of the ,of the war. popular members of tho Philadelphia Aren of Klondike (litld IMeldi. Tho republican pnrty lias the at The productive area of the Klondike bar, says the Inquirer, of that city, retorney-generand all the machinery-- gold field covers from 1,000 to l,3rt calls nt times nn Incident In one of tho courts which happened shortly after square miles. for enforcing the existing anti-truho had been admitted to practice law, laws. If these laws nre insuflicicnt that and which he tells with scarcely tho party has the president and both THE MARKETS. shadow of, smile. It was when court houses of the next congress and it can wn Just opening for the morning sesenact all necessary laws for their supCincinnati. Am v sion that a bby, sitting by his side, 3 35 a 1 :W pression or control. The last congress :o.ect was also republican, nnd nothing was -- Al.VIiS butthcrs good light., h UJ 4o d 7 J heard the usual prayer mnde by the fl SI it 0 Knlr lo crier. The lad seemed surprised, until, it Itt (ia 4 SI Uriggs licuvy 3onc. If, ns Attorney-Genera- l Mixed packrrs. ns the last words were uttered by the tiki & 4 7C contends, congress hns no power to 4 liS H 4 I.lulll Milpprrx :i is law, there siinri'-choii- ii, 4oj official, Ward, without a thought ns to pass nn effective nnti-truLAMUS-Sprl- nx I 7' 4H ft SO the result, punched the boy In the side remains the remedy pointed out by Mr. VI.OUK-Wint- er 3 p.ilent it. 3 CO with his elbow nnd told him to say No. 2ird 71 Haveracycr namely, tear down the UllAIN-Whi'- .U , No. 3 red in, 08 Amen. Quick as n- - flash came the retnrifE wall and let the outside world enCorn - Nil. 2 mixed ia 3.1 sponse from the boy in a ton of voice 0.ils-- No S (h 21 ter into competition with the trusts. Hjo- - Nn Z C that at first stnrtled lawyers and specKt Baltimore Sun. 1! 7S IJA- Y- Prlnio to ihslcn tators nnd disturbed the equilibrium Oh II Rff PltOVlSION- S- Mess Pork Lard ft It 07K of the presiding judge. A true Americnn revolts, at the ? 12 IIU'ITKK- - Choice dairy ViV, When the Instant of astonishment inIdea of ruling a subject race, for the Cliolcu rrfiuncry. (i "i had passed men and women who were 17. USUI APPf.KS stinct of freedom tells him that, wheth- POTA'lOKS-N.m.p-r- Clioliia I Ninev I la kj, V url present laughed lightly as all eyes were er right or not, it is deteriorating. We CIIICACO. directed toward the lad and Ward. "I see now that "benevolent assimilation" FLOUR Winter 3 60 lit 3 ra n lumiil means iron rules, und we are afraid of OKA1N When I Nn. "J red ft 7t wan too confused to do anything, says ca to 71 Nu, :l Chlcujo surlni; "except to look in any directho latter, It, for we know thut enslaving a nation COltN-N- o 33 2 youth, who seemed to but at 2IW4S is as dangerous as enslaving an indi- OATS-N- n. .'...., ii tionappealing the me to know why every7 40 44 8 St I'OHIC-- Mo to be vidual. But how can wc avoid estab5 10 &bi:X LAKU-Sie- am , body was' looking at us. I still say lishing virtual slavery in our conNKW VOItIC 'amen' myself when prayer requires quered islands? The more wc look nt FLOUR Winter jutent 3 00 3 flu 46 78 it, but I ha've never told anyone else WltKAT this wretched Filipino business the (OltN-N- o. No. Snil to 41 inilxeil.., to do so since the occurrence in court, worse it seems. Hartford Times. , 43 M KYK W OATS Mixed MM nnd I never will." ft 7.1 QtIN) Now Movt Mr. McKInley will be quite ready 1'OIflC Western LAKU to I.lre'd Without n Stomach. to refer tho Philippine problem to conI1ALTI.MOKK. "Some time ngo," says the Scientific gress when it meets, although lie did FLOUR Family. 3 'ii 613 5(1 American, "wo described the remark2 red. ... 71S 71V not consult that body with reference to du 46 Southern "JH able operation of Doctor Schlatter, In conquest. It is a peculiarity Mb war of ed M 'MUtl which he extirpated tho stomach of a 27 O.IU No. 2 white of this administration that it is only Kvo-N- o. 60. 2 ucHlern Mu female patient. It is interesting to willing to take congress into its confi- CA'ITLK Flrt quality 5 0) 44 f i know thnt she lived 14 months after the b 3D a 6 n dence after it has mixed things so that IluOS Western y operation, nnd that there wns no INDIANAPOLIS. out. Columit can't straighten them ORAIN-Wb- eiu No. 2 red in keeping up the nutrition of the 44 to bus Pi Corn Nu. 2 mixed 43 3.' in 2IU patient. The food taken passed directOuts No. 1 mixed... ly front the, aesophagus to the intesLOUIbVILLK. Thirty years ngo thesnrdlncs and 3 45 FLOUR Winter 3 M tines, and the intestinal digestion was hi'rrlng in Canadian waters were GRAIN Wheat putentrud young ;o Na 2 i,a sufficient to satisfy her wants. This an Corn Mixed sold mostly as fertilizers. In 1807 near:ti i, O its Mixed..., 22 fia 2'ii was shown by the long continuance of ly 1,000,000 boxes of sardines In oil were PORK Mu m V ho her life after the operation." put on tho market. The price paid to LAKD-'StcaK a & fishermen varies extraordinarily, according to catch, season and year, being sometimes as low as six dollars per hogshead and sometimes as high as al st LIVF.STOCK-Cattlo.commoii. ilO(lS-Cmio:iml 1H) st -UKAIN-Wi.eul.-No. Corn-Mixdllll-cultess-Pos- t. voters were for the gold than one per cent. yet now tho Iowa repub-Is lican platform goes a step farther nnd remainly for gold alone. Moreover, tho publicans threaten to retire tho greenbacks, though they hnve never been before the people on that Issue." The speaker next went after the trusts. The money trust, he said, is the biggest trust of nil. He was glad the traveling men were fighting the industrial trustB now, but sorry they had not 6ccn the logjc of events in 1890 nnd helped to fight the money trust then. "The men who make tr.ust speeches nnd cpplaud them." fio asserted, "are bankers. A new danger of the trusts tins Just been developed. When n trust gets control of nil the factories In n given line nnd tho hands In ono factory strike the trust will close thai one establishment and mnko Its goods nt that nt the others. When tho workmen working place nre stnrvcd to the point of be. for nny wnges offered that fnctory will will reopened and a lockout to reduce wages be Inaugurated nt another factory." Mr. Ilrynn closed by n lengthy discussion of imperialism. "Tho difference." he said, "between n republic nnd nn empire Is this: A republic needs nn army of 23,000 for 70,000,000 people. An cmplro needs four times Hint largo nn army, when 10,000,000 population Is added. This suits tho young men who get fat Join In tho army, but not the people who pay tho Jl.COO a year needed to maintain each soldier In tho Philippines." Mr. Ilrynn gave figures to show that England and other nntions do not colonize rapidly, and ndded: "With 20 people to the square mile In America nnd CO to the mllo In the Philip pines, here Is no opportunity there. Even If we succeed In killing oft nil tho natives you cannot get young Americans to go there. They prefer to live In Iowa nnd Necost braska. The proltt will not criunl the peo-pinnd the profit will not go to the right Even but to Investment syndicates. If nny man Is willing to trade for pottage nnd does not hnve a taste for birthright he had better investigate the pottnge. "As the Tngals nre largely Christians nnd our native allies nre lnrgcly Mohammedans we ought to nsk the sultan to help us to subdue the Christian Insurgents. "This government ought to make n declaration of good Intentions townrd the Philippines, ns It did toward Cuba. The president ought to have done so, or If he did not have the power should have nsked congress for it. Now he might call a special session to ask for the power. Cleveland called n special session to repeal the Sherman act, nnd McKInley called one. A spee, Is nnnlio-gcthThe approaches to nil the cemeteries different crcnturo from the about Jscw York aro lined with where headpieces mny be had The Silver Chnmiitnn Addresses the nrtists horse of a century ago, Inyenrs gone by his neck wns arched, his rump on short notice and in a great variety Democrats of lowii lit lies well rounded aiid his whole benrlng of styles to suit the varying tas)cs and IlciMilillcnim Moines pompous and melodramatic. degrees of grief or sentiment on the 'FreArrnlitncd. quently In the good old days he raised part of the survivors. Tombstones are William J. Ilrynn wns in great de- one foreleg like n setter dog or reared such cumbersome and heavy ware that mand at tho statu deraoarntiu conven- on Volli hind legs nftcr the fushlon at n they nre diBplnycd at the very gates tion, Den Moines, w the 10th. lie spoke grizzly benr. But things hnve elinhprd of the graveyards for convenience In The deto nn audience of 0,000 persons in the now, nnd the pictorial, or marble, trteed making prompt deliveries. Auditorium, nnd then delivered a sec- has altered his quondam poacs&ior mand for them is reasonably steady, ond address to 4,000 more in the taber- brisker nnd more businesslike Atti- and it would not strike the casual obnacle. His remarks were thoroughly tudes. While the modern metamorpho- server that there wob much.stimulatlon In line with his enrlicr declarations nnd sis inny Inck the heroic features to nu eager competition in the business chnracterl7cl our of supplying them. with the position taken by the state which formerly good old friend, wc believe the artistic central committee and the party It Is the more surprising, therefore, who arc anxious to reunite the horse of tho present tiny Is much more says tho New York Sun, to come across party if possible by throwing overboard nccurnte. They say the change, Is due n job lot of headstones at bargain nlmost entirely to tho revelations of prices. Out in an eastern suburb of the sixteen to one. city on Long Island n wheeling tourist Mr. Bryan first reviewed the record the Instnntnnrotin onmern. This Infaln of the republican party, accusing it of lible portrait maker lios caught the enme upon an odd spectacle of n sale of tombstones the other tidy. putting the dollar above the man. He steed in net Ion nnd shown us exactly then took up the silver question, saying how he looks. It has alwa3-- shown us AM goods were marked In plain figures prosperity did not set in until six thnt when he runs Jie doubles tip like In the regulnr and much approved manmonths after the election, when the n jnckknlfe nnd throws grnco to tho ner of the great department stores. Klondike gold mines began to be heard winds. It hns likewise demonstrated Tho prices were attractive nnd the manartists had er- ner of their exhibition wns enough to from.' the fact that, "The republicans who claim that times roneous Ideas as to how the brute han- tempt orie to lay In a supply ngnlnst are better because the balance of trnde Is In his feet and used his legs. Indeed, the time when In the course of nnture favor of the United States," he said, "give dled awny their own position and admit the photography has shown us so many he might need something In thin line. things about moving horses that strict derr.ucrntlc view of the quantitative charLettered In wlilte paint were nil financiers of acter of money Is correct. The government, nccurncy In their portraiture Is almost styles, shapes nnd sizes in granite monEngland control the English uments plain, polished and ornate. through England the rest of Europe, and ridiculous. "This style, $20;" "Very fine at $48;" through Europe the United States. "The 6,500.000 democratic yotcrs of the SAVING SILVER AT THE MINT. "A beauty, only $14.60," nnd "Reduced w party In 1896 were for silver. The to $30," wcro some of the legends. The republican voters were for n platAcid la Btonecutter stood, like n floorwalker, which called for international bi- Iron ToiiIk Unlet! Avrnr form nnd Uuckncr lrrervc Their I'reclous among his wares, wearing nn Inviting metallism. Only the Palmerstandard-le- ss niun-ager- The artists' horse of mark-dow- s old-tim- e 7.000,-X- . lr nmile, while a rlvnl dealer across thd way looked on with scorn all over his Perhnps the most Interesting scheme grimy fnce at the ndvanced business for the recovery of waste slher nt the methods of his neighbor. mint Is thnt applied to tho utensils of the melting gang, says the New Orleans WANTED ST. PAUL'S ADDRESS. Times-Democra- Contlnir. "Die ever notice," said the lunchroom philosopher, "what a lot o' pinheads wo are? Now, it seems no time at all since I was around and kickin' like blazes because the leaves and crocuses didn t sppear on schedule time. .1 believe I bJaracd my wife for it. I was so dead sick and tired of chilly blasts and my olive green t that I sort 0' held her personally responsible for the backwardness of the lilacs and daisies and pansies. I told her sizzling weather, and fi'st I wanted lots of it that for all I cared n ding the sun could go on sizzling forever. Now I find that, I'm sick of the summer. I find myself longing to hear the leaves swirling in the ditches and to have the fire lighted in tho latrobc. I find that I want to take brisk walks in the sharp, chilly air. I find that I m hungry for buckwheat cakes and sausage. I'm tired o' beer. I'm weary of car riding out in the country. Durn it all I want snow three feet high, blizzards of it, andlwantthethcatcrsand the hot Scotches! And along toward the end of next February 1 11 bo chewing the rag, in the same old way, about moving to some tropical country, where I can getwarmed up and he fanned Itobert Downing; tho Tragedian. by balmy zephyrs, and all that kind o' bleat. We don t know what we want. We even Robert Downing was recently interviewed get sick of seasons that we long for, much by the press on the yubject of his splendid as kids get sick of their painted Noah's physical health. Mr. Downing promptly and emphatically ave the whole credit of his arks or tin soldiers." Wasnington Post. savsplendid physical condition to ing! Still More Counterfeiting. "I find it a preventive against all suddifM The Secret Service has just unearthed an- summer ills that swoop upon one in chanv other band of counterfeiters and secured a ing climates and water. large quantity of bogus bills, which aro so 'It is the finest traveling companion and cleverly executed that the average person safeguard against malarial lnlluences. would never suspect them of being spurious. has done me mor "To sum it up, Things of great value arc always selected for good than any tonic I have ever taken." imitation, notably llostettcr's Stomach HitHealthy mucous membranes protect thn ters, which has many imitators but no equals body against the heat of summer'and the for disorders like indigestion, dyspepsia, cold of winter. is sure to brins constipation, nervousness and general de- health to the mucous membranes of ths bility. Always go to reliable druggists who whole body. have the reputation of giving what you ask Write for a copy of Dr. Hartman s latent book entitled "Summer Catarrh." AddrcOrt for. Dr. Hartman, Columbus, O. top-coared-ho- t, a a t. An Ounce of Prevention. "Doctor, a friend of mine has assured me that sucking lemons will prevent sea sickness. Is that true?" "Yes, provided you, sit in the shade of a tall tree while vou suck the lemon." Standard and Catholic Times. - The big Iron stirring rods, the dippers, the strainers nnd the ladles thnt come In contact with the molten metal nre Intel nside nt intcrtnls nnd scut downstnlrs. They nre covered with whnt looks Jike brown rust, but is really oxidl7tii silver. Suppose, 'to digress n moment, ono desired to get a cont of paint off the outside of n house. In such an event the plan of scraping nwoy the house und leaving the shell of paint standing would be regnrded ns somewhut eccentric, yet that Is substantially the method ndopted nt the mint. The Implements nre placed In bnlis of sulphuric ncld, vthich attacks t tho iron or Mccl. but leaves the silver untouched. They arc very curloun, these fragile il casts. Their surface Is a sort of filigree, honeycombed with ii nuThe merable fantastic perforations. reproduction of n bolt or screw is of us perfect ns nn electrotype.liut they nre hurried remorselessly back to th crucible nnd thus pursue their ctele unlit nt last they find their Karma In a minted coin. ,,.-- w. Oom I'nnl'n Modesty. President Kruger recently refused nn Interview to n celebrated Englishman, who thereupon sent bnck word thnt he must see him, that he was no ordinary person, thnt. In fact, he was u member of the house of lords. Thescnunt went away nnd returned with the message; "The president snys he cannot sec you, and adds thnt he is n entile herder." "put-ur'- A TnrUl.h Censor "Who Wits Afte the Author of KpUlle to the Gnlntlana. Penny PoMrnrc Succeci. result of the penny poMnge scheme between the British colonies it An n The AthcnB Asty reports that n Greek benevolent society in the Turkish capital recently issued a printed appeal to the Hellenic community In Stamboul for some special chnrltable object. The appeal contained a citation from one of the epistles of St. Taut to the Qalntlans. Two days nftcr the publication of the circular a commissary of police from the censor's depnrtmont called upon the printer and demanded the address of St. 1'nul, who wns to be chnrged with the public utterance of scdltousnndpo-lfticnll- y provocative lnngunge. The printer nt first wns inclined to Inugh outright nt the nbsttrdity of tho request nnd indictment, but ns It is a little risky to venture upon a pleasantry with n Turkish offlclnt he sedately replied that St. Paul, the author of the objectionable citation, had been dead for more than 18 centuries This ruffled the gravity of the police commissary, who angrily exclaimed: illow dnrc you nttempt such Impudent cnjolery with me?" nnd forthwith the printer. Extraordinary ns it may appear, the reiteration of the same simple explanation to the censor had an equally exasperating effect on that intelligent official, and the unfortunate typographer was locked up for his "perverse contumacy." It was only after the lapse of three days and on ihc urgent Intervention of the Greek patriarch that the printer wns released. ed correct name for those affectfons. is an absolute specific for theso ailments, which are so common in summer. Dr. Hari-main a practice of over fortyears, nevtT , I.ndlei Cnn Wenr Shoes Ono s!o smaller nftcr using Allen's Foot-Kas- lost a single case of cholera infantum, dysenand hl a powder for U10 feet. Itmnkcs tight tery, diarrhoea, or cholera morbus, desiring Those or niw shoes easy. Cures swollen, hot, only remedy was should send further particulars for a fret swatting, udiiug feet, ingrowing nails, corns copy of "Summer Catarrh." Address Dr. nnd bunions. At nil druggists and shoo stores. S3c. Trial packago 'FHICE by mail. Hartman, Columbus, O. Address Allon 8. Olmsted, Lo Hoy, N. Y. s, Remember that cholera morbus, clwle. infantum, summer complaint, bilious colic, diarrhoea and dysentery are each and Ml catarrh of the bowels. Catarrh is theorfy n, Trnccn. Sorrow had Vft its marks on her face, but she still showed traces of her former beauty. In fact, the bitter tears had washed off only a couple of streaks. Indianapolis Journal. . Pedagogue (severely) Now, sir, for the last time, what's the angle of the hypothc-nustriangle equivalent to? of a Hoy (desperately) It's equivalent to .a lickin' fer me, sir. Go ahead. Boston Travright-angled ' $3&$3.50 SHOES " " 'EN compared ft YSv W. L. DOUGLAS Worth $4 to $8 other makes. with Indorsed by over 1,000,000 wearers. Its Equivalent. e eler. world. Your dealer houldkec thein If not, mo will eendycj . n nalr on receipt Suit kind of Icatticr, kIzo and width, plain or cap tos. W. L. DOUGLAS ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES r. U Doaflu TIIKCKMI1K bi name d prlct itnaptd on bottoou Take no MibKtltuto claimed to Lo as pood. I.arecttmaken o( (3 and 1.1.50 lUncs In ll'l 1 tnluiocuo 11 nnd Fever Is n bottlo of Gitovn's TASTni.r.ss Cm 1.1. Tonic, ltis siniplyironniulnuliiinoln Price,50c. a tasteless form. Nocuro-nopa- y. Japgles menagerie. one? Waggles The Ilrnt Prescription for Chills SHOE CO., Brockton. Mass. itcc. tfiHTERSlNK school systems use. I see there's a new keener in the Didn't the animals like the old Liked Him. Is what tho largest and best Judge. I guess so; they ate him up. r" "IC l'ermnnently Cured. No fluor ner. I Oouniicssaftcrtirstdar'auseof Dr.Kllno'i - trial bottlo and treatial Great Ncrtu lipstorer. free. Dr. U. II. KLIN K, Ltd.. V3t Arch St., 1'hUa., l'r rl To Core a Cold In One liny Tako Laxativo Bromo Qulnlno Tablets. All druggists rcf uudmoncy if It fails to cure. 25c. duffer!" cried the "You big star centerfielder, "did you say I was out?" "Precisely," replied the umpire. "You are just $25 out." And he carefully noted the fine in his little book. Philadelphia North American. d EDUCATIONAL. Just So. RATHER EMBARRASSING. YouTikely do not want to undertake dyeing your old garments, because you have made failures, hut this was with the old fashioned package dyes, that one package colored wool and another cotton, Putnam Fadeless Dyes colors all kinds of fibers at once. You simply boil tho goods with the dye and they are made new. You cannot fail in this. A man repents oftener of what he says than of what he doesn't say. Chicago Daily News. THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, NOTRE DAME, INDIANA. Letter, Economics and History, Journalism, Art, Science, Pharmacy, Law, Civil, Mechanical nnd Electrical Englneerlnz, Classics, After six years' suffering I was cured by Piso's Cure, Mary Thomson, 29J Ohio Ave., Allegheny, Pa., March 10, '01. A man has to be very much in love with a woman to willingly carry her parasol over her. Philadelphia Times. Architecture. Thorough Preparatory nnd Commercial Courses. Ecclesiastical students at special rates. Room Pree. Junior or Senior Year, Collegiate Courses. Rooms to Rent, moderate charge. St. Edward's hall, for boys under 13. The 56th YearwlUopcn September 5th, 1899, Catalogues Free. Address RBV. A. MORRISSEY, C. S. C, President. HnlPs Cnturrh Cure Is a Constitutional Cure. Price, 75c. 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