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In Indiana such a law has been on the statute books for ten years, and it lias been n satisfactory law in every respect. In my opinion, if anytning should be, made as free as .possible it should be the opportunity of every poor child in Kentucky to get an edu- GOEBEL SUNKEN SPANISH SHIPS. Three, of th. War Vetiels In Manila Uaj ltnlied and Are. Iteuutldliiff at Hone; Konfr THE LINCOLN COUNTY I It l .- . Washington, Aug. 20. Naval Con.Chicago, Aug. 29. Twelve steel cation. (Applause,) structor llobson has submitted to tbe "Fellow Democrats, tho Republican navy department a" supplemental re--, relics, each weighing 33 tons, which n i.uyu .... party should bo judged not by what it port to that recently made on the conrrA tu V... .. wiu super" Etujjjjurvcu il. says but what it does." (Applause.) structure of the Coliseum building". dition of tho Spanish ships raised from Senator Uocbcl recalled tho intro , . .t An.. duction of the Chinn school book bill. Manila bay and now being rebuilt un. in .uursu oi erection on uauasn avAn Eloquent and Powerful Arpumciit He said it had bepn opposed by Moquct der his supervision at Hong Konp. enue, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth Streets, fell to tho ground late Monwho. participated in the "bastard conon the Issues of the Campaign. vention," at Lexington (laughter and These ships aro the Isla do Cuba, Isla day afternoon. It Is known that six applause), by Georgo Alexander and by do Luzon and Don Austria?. Uo sos The L & N and tho Trusts Aim James C. Gillespie. (Chqer.) "That forth in detail the condition of tho Hves were crushed out. The bodies of " to Control the State. .three men are supposed to be under bill," continued Senator Goebel, work. "would have saved the parents ol Ho says they were more damaged b? jtHe wreckage. school children in Kentucky the Seven arc in the hospital with in ro than by shot, and that most of the Mt. Steihiso, Ky., Aug. 21. Fully enormous sum of S700.000 per year." 3,500 people, packed as close as they (Applause.) rebuilding has been made necessary juries received of theso two will sure The took up the Mccould stand, heard Senator Jo Ciiord speaker then classifying it as a by the. burned woodwork. They were ly die, one may possibly recover, and railroad bill, lUackburr and nominee Qocbcl upon Democratic measure, denounced by the SO per cent! completed on July 1, and he balance aro for the greater part tho issues of the campaign. Republican convention and ignored by Mr. llobson says they will be ready to seriously injured. Tho speeches undoubtedly had excel the railroad covcntlon at Lexington bo turned over to the navy for sorvieo jg All of tho 12 arches were standing, McHe explained lent effect. Senator Goobel was never Ciiord bill andthe provisions of the Geo. within six weeks after tho arrival of the twelfth and last having been comcited the fact that in better voice, and the evident sympa- Alexander and James C Gillespie, who tho batteries and tho electrical plants. pleted Monday. It was tho intention thy of the crowd with all ho said fair- attended the bolters' convention had These, were shipped some weeks ago,' of the steel contractors, tho Pitts ly inspired him. It was by far the best voted on this bill. "Not with the de- so that thero is every prospect tho ves- burgh Bridge Co., of Plttsburgh.Pa., to cree of but speech he ever made, and tho audience with the tho Democratic caucus, Gov sels will be In commission boforo long. turn over its work Monday night to tho veto of tho Republican contractors. The Ho again urges that efforts should general was held spell bound. He said: ernor." (Uhcers. or derrick, which had been Senator Goebel went into details in bo made to raise tho othor ships sunk "Fellow Democrats: The most active explaining tho railroad exactions in Manila bay, and says that the .used in tho erection of tho arches had opponents of the Democratic ticket my fellow citizens, arc tho L. Jz which ,tho McChord bill will correct. t'clasco and Don Antonio Ulloa aro in been frcraoved and tho agents of the is. Kallroad, the American Hook Trust The crowd listened with much Interest, ibrldgo company were accounting their and tho American Tobacco Trust. They especially to the explanation as it ap- Srst rato condition, as the Spaniards 'work as practically completed, when tunk them at their anchorage before aro engaged in an effort to control tho plied to local freight rates. Senator Goebel concluded with a they fairly got Into action. lie recom- suddenly and without tho slightest state goverpment of Kentucky. Your t of tho issues confrontplatform adopted at Louisville is a depreliminary warning, the arch last put ing Democrats. "You nro to decide," mends a careful examination by divers, .in place ll unco of the efforts of these corporasuddonly fell over against tho said he, "if Republican rulo shall be and s&ys that if. the authority is given tions. (Applause.) . indefinitely, if Kentucky's him ho will visit Manila and make a one next to it. ''You ore now to determino whether continued go .1.1- Tnn maIU. .,. to McKinlcy or to llryan, personal inspection of tho sunken ...t. you, by your duly executed servants, vote shall or tho Ij. & N. railroad, tho American If J, C. S. Hlackburn shall go to tho ships. lit gavo way, crashed against the third 3 look Trust and the American Tobacco senate or tomo Republican or Demorand then one by one tho great steel Trust aro to govern Kentucky. (Ap-- i cratic renegade if imperialism shall THE CONVENT FIRE. ,span fell ovcrto the south, precisely in take tho place of Democracy." plausc.) "Tho L. & N. Co. entered tho camFour Persons Were Killed, Two Are Mln 'the same manner as a number of cards BUGS ON THEIR COLLARS. paign early. They failed to dominate would fall. Nearly all tho men who lnc and n Number Injured Nine the Louisville Democratic convention, were killed were at work on the top of Ten ltulldlngi llurned. of and in tho letter of President Smith, of Fnahtonaute Men Now Wrnrlni the arches. 40 feet abovo the rrrounrl. that company, they have entered the Queer Devices In Jewelry on PARKU.L, N. Y.f Aug. 20. The fire (Some of them made futile attempts to campaign, and will only desist upon Their JVookvrenr. the ibakin? of a pledge tnat thoLegis- that broke out at 1 o'clock Monday jslidc down tho side of the arches, but uiuii.- ui uuuiucKy wjii uo nuuung When somebody starts a new idea iri morning destroyed nine of the iw before they could help themselves they that nicy object to. Wow, tho first time in years, corporate greed has wearing apparel or any other matter buildings of St. Agnes convent tuifl tvcre hurled to the ground. thrown on tho mask and entered upon which interests humanity, tho idea Is orphanage, entailing a loss of SIM.OJJ. , Many of them uttered piercing fcn open effort to manage the affairs of seized upon with avidity. This is es- and caused tho death of four persons. shrieks for aid as they fell. Most of a free people. pecially true of man, for the only Jwo persons aro missing. jlphcra were killed outright by tho awful "Hon. John Young llrown, the alTwenty-fiv- e inmates were injured bjB,aturo of their injuries. The skulls of leged nominee of an alleged convention changes he can encompass arc with at Lexington (applause), said in accept- reference to the cut of coat or trousers. falls, jumps and burns, nono sfrionsU'Mtlie unfortunate men were crushed ing his alleged nomination: 'do homo He must appear in a suit of sables in That more lives wero not lost WW'n'U ihaeless masses; thelrllinb were and tell your neighbors what you the evening with the tamo robbery of due to tho heroism of tho sUters "B?49foitkis'by a monster knifo nndUhey r heard here.' Did he expect the dclc- - tho skirts of the coat which marked . B'aBimuaHauanss52w'rn,i?j-i'.r'i i.i i .i i vk . -- thal convention to go homo the. dawn'fjlSlS.-SOjWh- ert anything' auiuu ui iuu muur minutes.. ruciuro ucgau lauing ifUjeyreaiiyiienruJe ppor stories of tha convent build nwvnirJMNMhvlUa slowly, each arch being sustafneU"by IVPnait.j.TTl'fffi 4V1 J.Atll. kissing bug They were forced to tho windows, and" tho cross beams supporting the cntiro When the That they heard the music of the Louisville lluckingham Theater band? came before the lime lights some man while soma climbed out to the silts, structure. "Did he expect them to tell their became possessed of an idea. That idea ithers knelt at the casements in prayer." As tho mass gained impetus, bars of neighbors that they saw as one of consisted of drawing an outline sketch Cnginccr Otto placed a long ladder. iron inches thick snapped with a loud chief tho Wil of some bug or bettle upon the white against the outer wall and rescued report, actors there and the great mass moved F. Urowdcr, tho bur head lobbyist of tho L. & N, Railroad. (Ap- - collars of mankind, lings of the most half a dozen. Six wero forced to jump f faster and faster in its descent. To appearance, for their lives, and fortunately all but the ground horrible and it fell with a crash, and flausc.) That they saw there William were drawn with forcep-llkbeaks, ap- Sister Brrtrand escaped without serious chairman of thcl'almerand liuckner committee in my county? Did parently casually lingering on the col- Injury. Tho escape of Sister Agnes was heard blocks away, tho structure leaving tho walls practically uninho expect them to tel'l their neigh- lar with Intent to sample the life fluid seemed She jured and sending up great clouds of almost a miracle. bors that Basil Duke, of the L. & N. of the wearer. Kallroad Company, was managing that The great advantage this device pos- was cut off on tho fourth floor dust and dirt. convention, with the assistance of That more men wero not killed and sessed was that it inspired the friends and elected to jump from hci John II. Whallen, of Louisville, who helped tho Republican County Judge of the wearer to make vain efforts to window rather than plunge into the injured was almost a miracle. Fully i of Jefferson county to so name the remove the bug. .hirst the rescuer furnaco that had once been a stairway. 50 men w ere at work in the space covLouisville election ofllcers in 40 pre- would make wild wacs of his hands Sho climbed out on the sill and then ered by the arches as they fell A cincts that not a single election officer with a view-t- o scaring the bug. But seizing tho shutter swung out clear of number of tho men fell Into tho small was for W. J. lJryan? (Applause.) make a frantio the building. Then she loosened hei excavations, of which there are many "Of all men it doesn't Jlo in tho this failing he would of John loung llrown to say grab and encounter mereh- the glossy hold. She struck tho ground square in ground beneath tho steel works, mouth aught against tho Democratic ticket at stiffness of the collar. Then he would upon her feot and thou foil over on and although somewhat battered up Louisville. (Applause.) Ho attempt- set up the drinks. The device is be- her side, licforo any ono could reach by their tumble, wero saved from ed, six days after what he objected to ing worn to a consideroble extent, but. hud been done at Louisville, to get for its efficacy in reducing thirst is on the her she got up and walked quickly tho great masses of steel that way unhurt. himself tho same nomination which wane. crashed down over them. Several was given to me." (Prolonged cheers.) of them wero standing under FIVE MEN INJURED. Senator Uocbcl then read an extract tho arches when they commenced from a Louisville paper which was pub- PAY FOR THE SOCIETY NEWS. n A Cattlnp IVleghlntr lished upon the personal application of Tom, to fall and running to the sidewalks, Mr. llrown, who hoped that the con- Thoae AVhoae Namea Get In Print ! by great good fortune, happened to oil the Crane, Fell In the K. 1'. Allls London Mint I'ny IJIjc Price vention might thereby be stampeded Wotk In Milwaukee, Wl. stand in the space left vacant by the to him. for the Notice. curve of tho arches away from the Ho told how Mr. llrown had asked Wis., Aug. 29. Wln.o Milwaukee. Mr. Charles C McCiiord to go up to the All the personal pnragrnphs and so- ut work hoisting ono of the immense sidowalls. Had tho arches fallen to office and request the ciety news . Courier-Journthat appear In the London castings for an engine bed for tho Me- cither side tho loss of life must havo publication of an anonymous article papers ore paid for except that which tropolitan Street Hallway Co., of Netr been much heavier, but they fell truo stating that there was "much talk about John Young Drown as a com- relates to the royal family, the nobility York, five men wero seriously injured south on a line parallel to tho side of the building and none of them save and the diplomatic corps, says the Philpromise candidate." "Ho did everything he could," said adelphia Times. If nn ordinary citben at tho foundry of the E. P. Allls works tho two southern arches fell at all out-- s Mr. Goebcl, "to suuure the nomlnatlau gives a ball or marries off his daughter shortly before midnight Monday. do the space to bo occupid by tho which was given to me. Tho cause of or cntertulns the prince of Wales at Tho men had raised the casting building. his discontent is much plainer than the weighing 27 tons from the mold while motive for his bolt. (Cheers). Now, dinner he is compelled to pay for his COTTON MILLS SYNDICATE. my fellow citizens, the fight before glory. Mrs. John W. Mackay, Mr. Wil- throe below were at work "dusting" you is no mors and no less than a repe liam Waldorf Astor and other ordinary It. This task accomplished, the signal n It l fought to Control All tho Mill In tlio tition of tho tight of 1800." (Cries of persons, nntive or foreign, in London was given for tho two crancmen, "That's right.") society pay for every notice they reCoun rjr on u tiiltnllz.ttlon of One and Dooley, to return to their Senator Goebel then rsvlewed the ceive In the newspapers. Sometimes Hundred and Fifty .Millions. effort of tho L. it N. to defeat the the report of a ball or a wedding costs cages on the crane, where the cngino for hoisting is located, when the entire Democratic ticket now as in '00 by tho $300 or $400 for every newspaper it apfree circulation of subsidized newspaFall RtvEit, Mass.., Aug. 59. Nolson btructuro gave way, throwing the crane-mepers; "Wo won't read them," shouted pears in. The following standing anto tho ground and burying their G. Grccno was hero Monday representa man in the audience, and the crowd nouncement concerning what is known Tho men were ing a syndicate of Now Yorkers who uheered. as the "agony column" will be found companions beneath. extracted with difficulty. Tho loss to fccek control of tho cotton mills of tho Scjiator Goobel said that the whole in the London papers: purpose of an country on a capitalization of 8100,000,-00effort was tho Allls works, in addition to tho "All tociety, personal nnd fashionto 'ivlde tho Democratic vote and seHe declines to givo his offering damage dono tho machinery, cure tho election of tho Republican able paragraphs, except those relating to royalty and official incidents, will bo will bo especially severe, and it will prices, but asks" tho mills to send n ticket, tho continuation of rulo and the defeat of Bryan. charged for at a minimum rate of one delay all casting of largo work in the committee to New York to recolvo tho There was much cheering and ap- guinea for two lines, each succeeding foundry for several weeks and pcrhapi details of tho bids from tho men who plause when Bryan's name was spoken. line ten shillings and sixpence addi- months. This will mean a loss o( aro organizing tho syndicate. Tho Republican party, said Senator Uankcrs who wore in session horo . thousands of dollars. . uoebcl, is tho political agent of the tional." Therefore when any of your friends Monday morning with Mr.Grecno wero money powor and trusts. It hopes to Untlro l'nrty carry Kentucky this year as well as in London sent! you a copy of nn Eng( told that local banking interests would Dahdanellk, Ark., Aup. 2i). About not suffer by a trust such as ho proaext year solely by tho use of trcmend- - lish newspaper containing n personal 3ii corruption funds. (A yell of notice you mny understand it has been Bcvcn miles below horo a party of Ne- posed, for local management and local xiiui. a iiu lie. ' j groes, consisting of Mrs. Caloin Jack- banking paid for. would be a part of the plan. THE SCHOOL BOOK THU8T. All the advertising in English news- son and two children and Mrs. Johfl "Now, my friends," said Senator papers is on outside pages. The news Smith, with thrco children, and Louii False Ileport Caused a Suicide. Soebel, "1 want to say a few words to and other reading matter Is on the inI'rlce, a grown man, wero crossing tl.i Dujjmn, Aug. 29. J. M. Sinclair, high rou about the School Book Trust. I jbserve that Mr. Grlnstead, tho chief side. river in Mi skiff, when from some un- sheriff of Donegal, committed suicldo lobbyist of the School Hook, took part known causo the boat capsized, drown- by shooting himself on receipt of tho with Argentina. Trade .n this bolting convention. (Cheers.) Argentina buys most of her goods ing tho cntiro party. announcement that his daughter, IS Now I want to tell you a simple fact. year of age, had been drowned in anCertain school books are in use in Ken- -' from Britain, Italy is second, Germany Killed Ills Family and Jlln.t.ir. third and the United States a close lucky and in Indiana. They are Win.vipeo, Man., Aug. 29. Freder.cU other part of the country. Tho latter tho same In both states. There fourth, with the prospect of soon being story now turns oir, to be fatso and has Is not the difference of a dot or puncsecond. Johnson, a Gilbert Plains farmer, Moncaused an immcuso sensation in tho tuation mark on them, yet they are day 6hot and killed bis wife and throe Mnalo Doses for nlcycln. county, where the family is prominent. told for 25 per cent, more In Kentucky children and then committed suicide. Music boxes for bicycles are now manthan in Indiana. The reason for this The author of tho 'falsehood which No reason can be ascribed for tin lifferenoo in price is that Kentucky ufactured by a firm In Hamburg, caused-thfather to commit suicide ia aas not passed a, law regulating tilt many. deed. .1 1 Addresses a Vast and Enthusiastic Audience at Mt. Sterling. NATIONAL BANK, S 7-t OF STANFORD, KY. Capital $100,000. Successors to Farmers Bank and Trust Go., i 11 ( to-da- y STANFORD. KY., And continuously under same management for 2g years. Solicits your Bank account hoping such bussiness rela' ions will prove materially profitable and pleasant. BIEECTOES. J. Williams. H. Shanks. A. W. Carpenter. J. 3. Immense-"traveler- J. E .Lynn. J. S. Owsley, Sr. J. F. Cash. W, H. Cummins. V to-au- y. William Gooch. J. B. Owsley. (r w -- clear-statemen- J. B. Owsley, Cashier. S.H. Shanks, President. W. M. Bright, Asst. Cashier. WILLIS GRIFFIN, (Xll3aliMiaaflaWiaS. 1M Practical Mew - JL.NX3 Funeral Director, MT. VERNON, KY. Keeps Coffins, Caskets,' Robes, Linen Bosoms, Cuffs ana Collars. Can Eurhish Metallic Caskets and AiJt " and Easy Torma Orders buTeleoraph or Telephone Froraptlu Attended to Dan or Mont "1 a -- 1 much-toute- d t M t i ii g t) i e GREEN FRONT DRUG STORE Jh the 1'laco to Buy I p ta i.j r - Drugs, Patent Medicines Jewelry, Stationery, Cigars and Tobaccos, Paints and Oils. Call when Town. G. G. DAVIS & CO. Twonty-Seve- Mt. Vernon, Ky. ?m. 3Sg al FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Capital stock, $100,000. Surplus, $17,320, J, W. Hayden, W. P. "Walton, J. H. Collier, M. D. Blmoro, J. a Hooker, F. Bold, T. P. Hill, S. H Baughman, W. A. Tribblo, & T. Harris and M. J. Millor. Wc solicit tho nccounts of Nio-ma- n DIRECTORS: 0. tha citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining countie. assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to iw. Personal application and correspondence, with a view to business relations, respectfully invited. J. S. docker, Pres., A. A. McKinnoy, Jno. J. McRoborts, Cashier, Ass't Cashier. Uron-hed- . GO TO JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY., For Everything In ex-ictl- y Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, General Merchandise. BEST GOODS AT LIVING PRICES. unknown, A M s as Ei $ffir MtVvenioalSio:nal 3V-A- defeat Goebcl. one Southern Douglas carried Missouri-Breckinridge fitiuw, Sept: l state carried the lest." 1&09. Blackburn at Elizabethtown. Published every Friday by .1AGS MARJi'l I fjLand, Stock, Cropj The interior of poultry houses i.oo should now have a good coat Of' , Mr. and Mrs; . Will W;i igHtfaftd.1 flmii'htor. Cnrn. nrc nttfnrlintrM7lI-- ' o 11114 iu iuiiviut i;v;i. v. Mrs. Matt Ballard has boughu a lot from John Parmer and coiTtem plates building a nice cottage? 111.") '"bli'i 3- A, - 4V COLXYBR li! & OWENS- n BH - UNDERTAKERS, TV Logc Thompson was withgour fmerchants list Monday. h S11USOII'TION . BR0D1IEAD. whitewash and kerosene. Cold storage and preserved eggs .I T n Advarlivrig'rcics made known on are an abomination, and and should ftirs. a'irucnuui son is maicingia visit mi Pulaski before her return application be prohibited by legislation. ijffi1 to Indiana. Repair all leaks and cracks in the DEMOCRATIC TICKIST. Wm Colyer, son of Elder Colyer? poultry house now, and arrange the will, with his family go to Texas scratching shed for winter. For Governor, in a few da vs. WILLIAM GOI'M'.L. "t Kenton. W. M. Brown, a leading stock Pr Lieulrmtiit Governor. of Nelson Mrs. W. G. Adams is not expect strader. I6ught of T. J. Williams 24 J. C. W. MKl'KllAM, cattle at zxA cts- ed to live very long. head' of For Allot uvy General 1 ONK YKAK f ., Caskets, Coffins, Robes, etc., kept in stock. Orders l mail, telegraph, telephone promptly filled v ' BRODHEAD KY. 4 x - uor.i.nui:oKiN'un)f!t:1 (il'S O, COULTr.lt, - O of iioy'e 'X f SIGNAL and the al The . , ' For Family and Medical You Want "Use F- For Auditor, of Graves ISoy.I For Treasurer IIAGi:it,uf For Secretary of SU'to C.H.HILL, of Clark For Snit. of I'tiMic Instruction H. V. McCIlL'SNKV. of LIvhiKston For Cutiimlvlimer of Aijrlculturi I. . N'ALL, of Jellerson For ltalllimil CoiiiiniKxioner Third ilistiict A V HAMILTON, of Montgomery Old Phil Thompson, eld Matt Adam old Tom Turner, old Judge ' Beckner and other old "has beens-make up a swee lot to purity Everyone of them is dead politically, but they want to tiead watir. ORLANDO the stage again before being buried Messrs. Wills & Bruadwell, asforev.r. -- Stanford Journal. sisted bj J. D. Duvall bought WedQuite a number of our citizen's Hon. K. C. Warren, of Stanford, nesday about 25 mule colts at went from this place to the cauij spoke here Monday last to a fair prices ranging from $15 to $40. paign opening at London. rate mules brought audience of Rockcastle Democrats. Good The Bridge carpenter's have about $25 for horse and $35 for Every one knows that it was a ot splendid speech, as R. C. never mare colts. Winchester Democrat. moved from this place after a stay X a month. . His delivers any other kind Will Woobford has bought of anuNMrs. Geo. T. Johnson1 Mr, heareis were well entertained and Grannis Bros., of Fleming, 38 feedj are, if possible, still stronger in ers at $4,35 per cwt. with $10 attended the Fair Friday. their faith of Democratic triumph premium on the lot to be delivered J. J. "Berry of Disputanta is vis in November. in October. -- Bourbon News. iting his daughter Mrs. Geo. T. poli-tices. Died Little daughter of P.SJ to la , m you neglect themf and com- Hall died on Aug 27, 99 when is no profit in plain that there Old man Stigall was' buried IFn poulti y. the cemetery of the Baptist, here Don't let your fowls roost in a Saturday Twcie-a-Wee- k damp house, and then wonder why Hugh Watson, of Boone county, they wheeze and have swollen head. visited rclaiives here and tookvin Courier-JournOne hundred hens will consume the fair. one hundred pounds of grit duriing A. C. Rickets, of Louisville, the year, and still some people visited his nephew and niece, ' VV: foolishly neglect to supply it. A. Carson and Miss Neville Carson Don't neglect to give fresh, cool of this piace. water to the fowls twice dailly. Dr Benton reports Mrs. James Many of the socalled diseases have Johnson as very ill. their origin in a failure to get pure Don' t cjvpect jour hens COLD SPRING " NE.LlouNRSWH -- Sold Direct from Distillery. 3 year old at 16 year old at 110 year old at Jug and. Bottle Trade Solicited; $2.00 per Gallon, $2.50 per Gallon. ISKEY fKY. - , j ft '-i J ' tip $3.00 per Gallon, 'p 4 JT. B. 'JDA.NCr, Distiller,. "GETHSEMANE, One for year DAVIS & SON Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at fair nrices. ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO, $1.25 1 General Merchandise orner of VJAJ. DEALERS IN ; ' rtfA Af JLVJLCLiLL CLLLU. A sei.-ou- MT. VERNON, KY. PUU OllUlU 0-- - JU 3X $pk&x&x H A I He 3e& x&x$xfy Judge James Denton has consented to accept the nomination for State Senator from this Senatorial District if the Renublican conveu-- 1 tion that meetsat Ml. Veinon sees fit to nama him as a candidate. Judge is perhaps one of the best men they have in their party and they could not do better than name him. Somerset Journal. Breeders, Gazette. Well what's the matter with Mt. Sthrling Court. The Rockcastle's candidate Lieut. S. D. Sentinel-Democrsays: About Levis? He is candidate and should meriiaum quality cattle on the 2500 get the nomination. market. Trade brisk, stock men thinking it the best day of the year. Hon. James B. McCreary made a Steers weighing from 800 to 1000 rousing Democratic speech here pouuds, sold at yearlings, 4 to Monday. He showed up the Recows, 3 heifers. 3 to publican mismanagement of State to 3 4c; bulls and stags, 3 to 3'c; affairs in their true light, and urg- canners, 2c. lietween 4,000 5,000 ed Democrats not to be led off by sheep on the market; changed any side issues to aid the Republi hands rapidly. Ewes sold from cans in again securing control of $3 75 t0 $4 IO Per head; wethers, the State administration. He 3c, lb.; lambs, 4 to 4j4c. About spoke for an hour and a half to a 300 hogs, average 150 pounds, sold large audience who were heartily in to Cap Gillespie at 4c. Horse sympathy witn nun. mclioiasviiic marKPt dull. A few plugs sold Democrat. at medium prices. Aged mules sold low. Cal Newman, of Penn "At this very hour by the watch" sylvania, bought last week in Mont soid he, pointing to his time piece gomery and Jiath counties, 150 on the table, "Tohn Young Brown sucking mules, paying $15 to $35 is standing on a platform in Bow per head. ling Green trying to couvince his hearers that John C. Breckinridge LIVINGSTON. and not Douglas was a boulter. Let me recall a little history. Quite a crowd attended the Brod-heaCharlestou was the meeting place fair from here last week. 01 me democratic convention in Mrs. R. A. Sparks visited rela1 coo. JirecKiuncge s name was never mentioned in that convention tives at Mt. Vernon last week. The Douglas people captured the Bro. Dickson filled his regular temporary organization tnid elected appointment here last Saturday as temporary chairman General aud Sunday. Thompson Flourney, of Arkansas. Mrs. Jones is out from Buckeye, Whose wife was iliy sister, How visiting her brother, W. R. Dillion ever, they failed to capture the Mrs. E. L Elmore is visiting in permanent organitatiou and Caleb Cusbing, of Massachusetts, was Rowland this week, made chairman. He was not a J. E Singleton has just returned Douglas man. The convention from a" trip in the Southern coun had more trouble lhau our recent ties. J. E, is a hustling drummer comeation at Louisville. It lasted and will be heard from in the busi from the 23rd day of April to the ness worlcb 3rd day of May. Then it took 0 Mrs. Ballard Harris, Mrs. Buck recess to meet May 18 at Baltimore sTbe two conventions were held. Stivers, of Kingston, and Mr. and One nominated Douglas the other Mrs Jack Gecrge, of Lexingston, uomi'. u.jct Breckinridge. But the are visiting relatives here this week chairi.Mi of the convention which concerning the Dissatisfaction nomi- ited Breckiuridge was Mr. road working it) our towu.'The Cushmg, the regularly elected people say that they can't see how chairman. Brown helped with his you can make a county road out of corporals guard to defeat Brechin- - the streets, and have employed an ridge jubt a.-- he is now trying to attorney to investigate the matter. at Five cent hogs are h;re. The man who preaicted this price is now honored as a prophet. The market has 'been steadily tending upward, with the inevitable declines that ac company such an advance, until tin's high figure was reached on Monday for an especially, attractive load. This is the highest price paid since August 01 1605. icnicago Johnson. Maltha Balls the twelve year old daughter of Thomas Balls was bitten by a copperhead, a tew days since, , and the dav followine he had' . alioiSB'bitteu by the G T. Johnsou went to Richmond the first of the week. same-snales 1&2C8&C&XC Don't buy Furniture without seeing me. I can save you money. Bed room suits, French plate glass mirrors in dresser $10.50 and up. Dicssers. beds, (Iron and brass trimmed) Tables, chairs, rockers, Koffas, springs, niatrcsses, (all kinds), cots, picture frames, easels, hat racks and the nicest and cheapest line of lm. for' Sae. d, Lounger and Couches Come aud see; it's on lv IfAIR, no co$t. ft Also a car load of Globe Fertilizer on hand at lowest ' pi ices. Try me for Flour, Meal, ShipstufTs &c , and biiug your produce. I'm your friend, be MINE. Remember the place. Found anyvyhere. W. J. Dooley and wife of Disputanta are visiting here. Forty acres on the waters of Boone's Fork, 2 miles east of Brod-hea- .J jf"? 4c; 4c; 3c; T. J. Ballard of Goochland stop ped at Hotel Johnson Sunday night on his way to Mt. Vernon. Rev. James Riddle of this place has been visiting relatives at Logana. Bud, and Leanord Haskihs of Ino was down to see their brother G. C. Haskins last week. Brushcreek is on a boom, we now have two stores, two grist mills, a plaining mill and a blacksmith shop, in our town. adjoining James Crawford's farm. House of 4 rooms and kitchen. Good barn. Place all in grass. Good feucing, Fine locust grove can be used for locust posts. Two For Rent; a house of 3 100ms on springs of fine water. Call on Newcomb avenue Mt. Vernon apply W. T. Crawkord, at Signal office. jt Kingston, Ky. Half-sol- e Ladies' shoes for 25c W F CHAMP MT. VERNON. KY Hotel Frith F. FRANCISCO, Propr. W, R ' Mclure and 35c. Located at. the Depotggc0--. DRY GOODS, d Meet all Trains, Day and Night. Judge Chenault was here again I want some more of that good Traveling Men and Railroad AND last week and purchased David SHOES, GROCERIES, Ice Cream aud bestest Candies men Solicited. Will furs Laswell's mineral for one thous.GENERAL, MERCHANDISE made by W Davis lunches for all trains. and dollars and also Joel Anglin's v for two hundred aud fifty dollars. ' For Sali$. Two houses and T TOM Married, on the 24th list. Mr. lots in,Mt. Vernon at a bargain. Gilbert Robinson to Miss Easter 4t Lula Ln'Oiti). Angliu. DEALER IN HUGH MII.USB- WANTici) A halt dozen coal Mr. Wm McNew has returned teady work from the lower counties where he WHISKIES' WINES, &c, &c miners. Will give HEADQUAL1ERS FOR for next sMx months has been threshing wheat for a , J. W. Marlkr, month. t COMMERCIAL MEN. - . Mt Vernon, Ky. up Fine whiskies at $2 and CSTPorter all trains.-- " at Our Rockcastle friends can write Trace chains at 30c per pair; To Builders. J. W. Marler breast at 30 cents per pair. Tongue ........ ..- & Sons now have their mill on on ., at 50 cents rer pair at S. '", of the best sites in the county and Davis'. are fully prepared to cut bills to OM order on very short notice. LumIce cream in chunks sticks, ber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon made on a new process. Deli SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES. if desired. Give us your t.rders and cious, bee b. W. Uavis. get prom nt attention and the bes VERNON- For the best shave or hair-cu- t For Salk. Three houses and f.,When Your Horse Is Shod By to e had within 2x2, 30 inches long, all while ' Qi4 miles ol old Crab C grade or better, $12 per in. lots in Orlando also a good farm on You now have to pay him the Cove branch 135 acres. Cash.' He says if you see him Orchard goto Sam Blakeuiore, up- 2x2,-- 30 inches Jong, red, $j Good buildings and put houses. Good drunk this year you may know stairs in Cover's building.' Thepoper 111. grass land as well as highly pro- some one has asked him to shoe his litest darkey iu seven hUtes. 28 inches long, white $7 ductive ioi other crops. Well wa- hofse on credit. Credit will starve per iu, v An Epidemic of Diarrhoea. . .. . tered. At a bargain apply to Sig- alnian to death'. Do retl g'4 Mr. A. Satders, writing from Co nal or J. B. Owens, Orlando. tf. per m. coanut Grove, Fla., says there has NOTIONS, I will put a pad in your saddle for $1 00 up to $2 50. I have had fourteen years experience in the leather business aud guaiautee best workmaii.ihip. Brodliead, Good Liver Ky Attashjd' FERRLL Miller House, ROWLAND, JM. . TAYLOR'S 11 BlacksDiih 'MT. WANTED j t M m .m 'fA T! JtM Mj - ixiJ. nm 'Mhi'k m 'tf A large old mule ready for delivery four-mont- For Sale. Sep- tember 1st. Hugh Miller. - R. G.WILLIAMS, A ttorney MT. at-L- a w VERNON. KY. been quite nn epidemic of diarrhoea SINGLE TREE BILLETS. there. He had a severe attack and 1 . . was cured by four doses of Cham3S inches, long white' berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- $22 per 111. Thoea Remedy.' He says he also Manufacturers f To be delivered at any station of Limp, and briclr.' recommended it to others aud they on' K. D of L. & N. or K. d. They.also furnish Lime, Building "say it is the best medicine they ever division, will cull once every tw used. For sale by Williams & weeks. L. L. Jarrktt, Inspector. Stone, rough quarry face or. cut Wesley, druggi&ts, Mt. Vernon. I OnTers promptly filled Brodhead, Ky. Ky i.V . MT. VERNON r LIME COMPANY 2x34, ' r. i- - r I -- V?m J t- - 4 .!; j Ujnttk, fj m : J 2 S? t ,'tt W wt'iwrawwMHimtN w Mm11 wiwiimi t Wlf HIMmtflG Mt. Vernon Signal AlT. R. Tuesday. is better! I. Brown was in Corbin, Vernon, Ky., Sept e i 1899 Mrs. G. P.Ramsey, of Rowland, -- , m f The Brodhead Fair closed last Egbert Wallin is in from South Saturday. Friday after the most successful nt thi Mt. Vera.i Ky., Intend cc ' Knox county teachers 'tendered cxhibiti6n in its history. Larger Carolina. ond'Clati mall matter . ... .. t to CabIetPowers to be used in his .,!.. Mr. Rider spent several days tiuttu.1 auenoeu eacn clay, more campaign for Superintendent of aud better --j stock was in evidence. with lus'wifc here. Public Instruction $100 He, All portions of Rockcastle were Miss Lena Griffin, of Livingston, declined it. represented. Lincoln, Madison and is visiting relatives here. Seventy tickets were sold for the surrounding pent counties- Mrs. Ii.H. Conn is here from Cincinnati delegations excursion from this good each daj. louiiviuc & NA8HVILLCR.R.C0. Oklahbma visiting relatiues. place last Saturday night. 'We un- The exhibits in Floral Hall and numerous 11 J. A. August and Wm Welsh, derstand that there will be another were, more &VN. LOCAX TIME CARD.' ever. one from this place on Saturday than Ladies The coal Hien.tWere here Monday. -, ?Day;Mail North,.. ti:o,5 a m Domestic Department; the Pantry night, Sept. 9th. t.'Day Mail South . F.L. Thompson and C. C. Wil1:57 P i Senator W.H. Clark of Jackson fruits and melons, were very interliams are in Louisville this week. 'Night Ex. North.. Noon, . 1:320.111 I v. LOUISVILLE. KY. x county was shot and painfully esting. The vegetable kingdom "Night Ex. South.. . 1:44 a ui will representcdf big potatoes. Why didn't Rockcastle give rec- - wounded, three times, at McKee, was Will beAat Miller House, Mt. Aftenuon exercises to begin' at " J. A. Landuum, Agent. ond instructions for J. L White- Sunday morning by one Geo Hays onions as fine as arcraised any 1:30 p."m. Vernon during all Circuit Courta. ' . where in the world, were produced head, for Senator? the Senator returned7 thev.fire ' CHURCHES. in tins county and shown at t the v Address by R. G. Williams. Misses Lena find Bessie McClure to hit Hays. 'Christian Holds services 1st & 3rl Sunday fair(- ' Wheat, .corn, rye, &c. showed Difficulties;'":r. School, J. N. are in Parksville and also taking at II n. and at 0:30 p. m. The Pine Hill coal mines were up in fiue shape. ' On Wednesday Browri! in the Danville fair sold last Saturday, as per advertise- - afternoon the colored cake walk Presbyterian Holln nervlcei on the 4th Paper, Miss Gilpin. SURVEYORSunday Elder Young of the christian hment J. A. August was the' high took place. Crab Orchard furft. Duett, Gibbs and" Gibbs. church is holding a successful re est bidder $7,500. The original nished all the cake walkers. Mt. It Baptist Church Services on the Second vival at Buckeye Song. church. cost was about $30,000. It is was,a drawing oard .and took so t Saturday nnd Sunday. Suuday Alsoynn Ageut for th ' e. School at J a m every Sunday. Prayer J. C. Gibbs. of Brodhead, called thought that the mines will resume well that the management wound Paper, Miss Martin. Tailors in, the work' ucellnj; on Tuesday fup.,.tlie-faiwhile in towh Monday and added operations in a short time Friday afternoon with Musicby choir. his name to our list for a year. Walter. S,-- H. Martin, Vice-PreThe telephone company ,'is.. run- Inother big cakeAvalk. MASONIC. Delaucy won firsthand Will Mack (Miss,) H. L. Thurmond, Sec'y. Mrs. Mollfe klosack Ellis, of ning a new line of poles from Crab Ashland Lodge No, tMO ineelH 2rd Mon L BROWN, day 10 a'iii. Belle Centre, O., is visiting her Orchard to Mt. Vernon. More second prize. Jn the boys' riding sister, Mrs. Meshack Gentry here. wires will be strung, eight or ten ring 1 hursday, Wallace Gover. of t-Law, The signing of articles, of incormore phones will be placed in Brod- Crab Orchard, little son of Curtis E. T, Fish, who has been travCrawfordsville. JLOCAL ami OTHERWISE. Gover, won the premium, a $5 sad- porations of the MT. VERNON. KY. eling in West Virginia for a Louis- head and a dozen in Mt. Vernon. dle. (Ind:) Trust Company with a paid Jack Ballard with the worst The work will be finished by Octoville house, is at home with lever. turn out, was awarded the blue; up capital of $25,000, is among the G. W. Mcci.ure. ber 1st. J. W. Brown. SChainpfor Furniture. Harry Jones the second. T. W. important items which come to us Andrew Sutton, who has been McCLURE & BROWN The roads of Rockcastle county Napier first in running race, and from that State. Associated with t vMrs. Geo. McCoy has fever. suffering .for weeks from a spider the new enterprise are men of are being wonderfully improved Duncan, of Richmond second Due, is uoie to oc C. C.Davis.& Co. for drugs. around once aud Judge R. G. Williams and his Dave Wilcox' of Madison won prominence in Crawfordsville, and more team Davis is no better. Mrs. Mt. Veknon, Ky. fiscal court are being congratulated pacing race and Traynor of same it is noted that one of the number Miss Paltie Green, after a five Tyree Gentry has gone to brakon all sides. The one leading from county, second... The mule races is the able banker of that city, A. All business entrusted to our care weeks' visit rtx Mrs. M. C. Miller, ing. the Lincoln line to Brodhead. com- of each day were a feature that no F. Ramsey, president of the Craw- will receive prompt attention. has returned to in Wood- - pares pretty favorably with some of one cared to miss. It always fordsville institution, the Citizens' Mrs. Clco. Brown is visiting in ribrd county. Office on Main street the pikes in this county. Interior draws when nothing else will. Natio'nal bank. Mr. Ramsey has 'Lancaster. . Mrs. Theo Wesley has as her Journal. Thos. Francisco, Will Hysinger, loug been an influential factor in Mrs. J. WNesbitt has returned guests, lier the financial world of Montgomery grandmother, Mrs. Lewis Burt's the plasterer, has just Harry Jones,' Sam'l Smith and cdunty, to Virginia. y, and his success has been Kennedy and her aunt, Miss C. C. WILLIAMS, com pleted the plastering of S. C. Thos. Mink all got some money on due, Mullins was here from not alone to his energy in all of Elizabethtown, Ky. John their animals. The $75 trot FriFranklin's cottage. He used the Monday. that he undertakes, but to his Attorney-a-La"Allen Hiatt and daughter, Miss white ocean saud lrom out on the day was won by Tony Boy, driven lnvnAn Lftt fil ot Lincoln; thorough knowledge of the fundaGenial J. T. Adams was here Minnie! were in town last Saturday hill north of town and the snow by W.j McKinney . . . l. acmental principles of banning, new 82h.Office on 2nd floor rfhisweek from Bryantsville. . driving a brand new buggy. Allen is flake lime from Krueger's kiln. 1JSX"tSiE2xey and WUeelerss quired by practical experience in brick on Church street. of Specia' 'LidaWtfisht'r? second and third. ' J?. Payne, of Wabd, called not only a good farmer, but a splend- The job is an.excclnnt one; so said that line. President Ramsey's con attention given to collections. ' The saddle stallion mare or jreld- ' ' id road overseer. w by expert plasterers. while in town. nection with the new trust compa v ing rinp--i Cotton, of Kirksville, Dr. J. L. Whitehead of Williams will be of much value to that . . A Word to Mothers. DR. A. G. LOVELL, to, u. .Moore 01 uroaneau, "first; Wilcox second and Gillis ny enterprise. burg in renewing his subscription The company com-- , Mothers of children affected'with- Craig. ,;R,ockcastle, called while in town Saturday last. third, Miss to the Signal says his wife has croup or a severe cold need uot. hesnienced business August 1st. Physician and Surgeon iRosa Gentry,, of this place, who I. L. Medcalfs. editor of Corbin had typhoid fever for New York Financial Review. six weeks itate to administer Chamberlain's had woniat all the Brodhead fairs "lews, was here to see us Tuesday. with no Signs of the fever breaking Cough Remedy. MT VERNO.-.- . It contains no in the past;1 in tle.ladies',rinjr, 'lost Mr. Ramsey is a' Rockcast.'e Dr. Davis and daughter 'Mrs. . OIKi'u North Mill' All sireet Goebel and Blackburn will be opiate nor narcotic in any form and out this time to Mrs. John W. man, .nnd from his multitude of duRobbie, are visiting in Lexington. invited to speak at the Brodhead may be given as confidently to the Bastin, of Pittsburg. - Walter ties, we are satisfied he is a mighty cam.' ;f,.9iTOicn,uM'vciHM4rxMtiaiflxzgcac3BH The Republican Senatorial con- - Fair grounds between now and the babe as to an adult. The great Saunders, and' Mrs. J E Thomp- -' busy person. Pie owns a telephone volition will be held here Saturday election when a regular old time success that has attended its usejn son, who drove Dr. E. J. Brown's exchange, a controlling interest in is presiBarbecue and burgoo will take the treatment of colds and croup splendid rig, won hi the fancy a large bank, of which he jth. dent, a hotel; has won for it the approval,, and turn-ou- t ring." ' Keep the moulting hens out ot place. Traylor whiskey $2 25 store houses and dwellings, presipraise it has received throughout The managers of the Fair will be Rev. Carmical held services at thernin and do not let them loost Tnylor whisky $3 00 the United States and in many able to declare a dividend of dent of a live stock insurance com'in tree. Flat Rock Pulaski county Saturday Win Tarr whiskey $3 50 foreign lauds. For sale by Theo, of probably '20 pei cent., Our pany; a number of natural gas Brandy $3 00 per gallon J. E. Cring. of Quail, has a guinea night and Sunday last, a large con- Wesley, Mt. Veruon, Ky. neighboring town never fails to wells aud other enterprises too gregation was present. He will No charge for jugi No goods that lays tvo eggs per day, every numerous to mention. a success in any of its underM. F. Joh nson, of Jefierson make begin a protracted meeting at that Mr shipped COD. on occount ol rulother day. f$H. takings. ing of U S Court point on second Sunday in Sep- county, acting under the supqrvis J. T Jones the Stanford tinner How can it be done? But it is ion of Commissioner of Agriculttember. Send Cash. NOTES. Order or d lias putting new roof on easy for S. W. Dav's. Express Money Order ure Moore, addressed a uiall crq,wd Editor Joe Waters was so well court house. Half-sol- e John Perci ful. si boy of 17, was of citiVeus at the courthouse, .here mens' aud boy's shoes W.O. SPEED. pleased with Brodhead that he was killed near Pine Hill, Monday by a for 30c, 40c, and 50 cents per pair. B. J Hethuruni was nominated Stanford, K on the 19th on the subject of jjood still "in their midst" when last falling upon him. His father Half-solboy's shoes for 25c. lierc Saturday by the Republicans tree roads. The object of his coining heard from. end Jesse Denney had chopped a Half-sol- e girl's shoes for 15c and 'foi Legislature. before the people was to orgume Ed Walton was there .representtree clown, the tree falling on Per- - a i , 25c. Farmers' Club whereby the jpeo ing the "Cheapest and Best'" 'Dick W&odall and Mrs. Disa ciful. They had to saw the tree. pie may all be brought together Kcnser, of Hazel Patch, were mar- into before the boy could ba reThe man who loses his dollars A blind bridle for 65c at S. W. and under one hearty ried last week. leased. He lived but an hour. on the shell game and cries for Davis'. thereby be able to point some way Don't f 01 get the place. was on hands. Nice, plump-bodieby which, we can secure gqod them back, chickens The Republican convention county, find a ready market. Try to which met here Saturday last, in- roads throughout our Mt. Vernon sent 130 to the fair, A WONDERFUL CURE .supply that kind. which,- when done, means to in- by train, Friday. structed for S. D. Lewis for SenaOl' DIARRHOEA. ' Jamevs and John Frazier were tor and appointed the following crease the value of the property all Secretary Albright kept affairs, B. N. Roller, A. G. over the county. The few who rronl Pittsburg to see their sister, delegates: in his department, up in ship shape A PROMINENT VIRGINIA EDITOR Lovell, Lee Rash, W. R. Dillion, were present organized a temporMrs. S. W. Davis. President Protheroe and other Had Almost Given- Up, but Was ary club, with S. H. Martin. PresiJ. J. Wood, W. T" Short, B. J. Brought Back to Perfect Health Now is a gpod time to gather a Henry Cation, W. A. B. dent, and J. H. Sigman, Secretary. officers have our thaks for courteby Chambei Iain's Coiic, Cholera ;s few barrels of road dust for the Davis, U G. Baker, aud James The house then adjourned to meet sies extended. and Diarrhoea Remedy. lien's bath this winter. GatlifF. the first Saturday in September. Little Breeches did a good busiREAD HIS EDITORIAL. Now in behalf of our county, and ness at his stand down town. Tqosh Jones is at home with a From the Times, Hillstille, Va. James Colyer. son of Judge Co! generations to come, let every cititfo Tern crippled Hand. He held it be- yer. while working on the road , I suffered with diarrhoea for a D. Mitten,' qf this place, to every elderly woman when an imJohn zen of Rockcasile meet ,at the tween too long. near town, Tuesday afternoon, set j court house at 10 o clock, Sept. and four musicians from, Stanford, long time and thought I was past portant functional change takes place. This is called "The Change of Life." j. R. Kdmiston is doing the big- effa blast. In reaching for the1! fully determined to enter in- - assisted the Brodhead band to make being cured. I had spent much B The entire system undergoes a chance. &ucu ascanccrasiui time and money and suffered so jjrcauiiu uiseuses often contracted gest bUsiness of any of the merch- powder can to carry it away, from 1 this organization with nil yotir music. at j consumption arc some cause it exploded, danger 'heart much misery' that I had ahirost detuts tune. in Crab Orchard proper. ants and, thenceforth work with Messrs. Mar'in and D.'"N. Wil- cided to give, up till hopes of reously burning his hands, legs aud energv for its success. liams suggested 'soine new rings covery and aw?it the result, but Vlute, fade add setting his clothing en unceasing R. A. WeWi and James n .for Thursday biithvere too late., to noticing the advertisement of Jr., are in from Hydeu, where they fire. Lee Kinnard ran to hi.--, resHna'k'M. jw STRYED OR STOLEN esf MtW&Ba , on the new cue and removed his burning garenter. have been working Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and From J. W. Baker, one mile West court iipu'-ments. In the uiean'ime the blast Nearly every one enjoyed Jhe Diarrhoa Remedy and also some strengthens nnd purifies the entire ofWallaceton in Garrard county, brines how some system, andpitfalls. the sufferer safely testimonials stating D'r. "f'ei'uington, dentist, of exploded, throwing stones in every one large black mare, short tail, Fair in spite of themust, over theso Its effects have One"largc boulder was .wvl.t- frvro frr 1ntr1v chort fnritnr wonderful cures had wrought by been wonderful. It is good for all 'Ebviisville. will be at Miller Hotel Both hotels did, a good business. but . ,,,. this remedy, I decided to try it. menstrual troubles, this 13 especially 'during Circuit Court prepared to seen falling over Colyer; the com- - 1IHUH.U. iu. 9 or-- , w years w..., tfi recommended at time. Ask panion dragged him away aud the your druggist for tho famous Wine of After taking a few doses I was en ot denial worK. Also light bay horse 41 do all kind hands hjgh. i The great success of Chamber-Iain'- s tirely well of that trouble, and Ij Cardul. $1.00 a bottle. 3tone fell on the exact spot where For advice in cases renuirlnf sneeial hands 8 years old, about 15 Colic. Cholera'aud Diarrhoea wish to say further to my leaders directions, address the " Ladies' Ad Charles Rcuhtir of the merchant pEolyer hadejn lying two seconds high, very good saddle horse; lateRemedy in the treatment of bowel and fellow sufferers that I am a hale visory Department," The Chatta Rising, firm of Rentier & Whiteaker; before. The injured young man nooga Any one icine Co., Chattanooga, ly had wind fistula. complaints has made it standard aud hearty man e and feel as Tenn. ifCed'arville. vas in Thursday and is resting ns we! as could be one giving successlul information over the greater, part of , Tnselo, MIn., Tnoarvs .T. the civilized well as I pver did in my life. O. sn7S ".My titter sulic6U iron Irrccular and us mi order for job work, pelted with such serious burns. or delivering, will be paid $5 and doctors couli raln'ul menstruation worle. For sale by Theo, Wesley, R. Moore. Sold by Theo. Wesley, fa 'wish lie FTrYii success in their He is a popular young man and rcllfiva her. Wino of Cardul cntlrelv emp. J. W. & E, W. Baker her, and r.!w helped my mother throush tho Mt. Vernon, Ky. we wiMie gVl to ses his s?2.-laudable un lei taking. Mt. Vernon Ky JClunsacf Life." 1 -, J. Bethurtim was nominated a candidate for legislature, from this and Laurel counties, by the Republican convention here last B. ijirbuficsLCi "HLir T I COURT CALENDAR. Accnmntmti rr Fourth Mou at Brodhead,1 Ky Saturday, Sept. day in each month. Quarterly CourtT. Fiist Mon-di- y 9th, 1899, beginning at at 9 a. 111, iii January, April. Ttilv and October. 1 Song bj Quior Second Mon 2 Devotional exercises by Rev, , Circuit Coupt. day in February Fourtl Monday A.J, Pike in May and Third Monday in Sep E. 4- - Al tember. a 3 Welcome address, . w fbright. Mt. Vernon Police Court; ThirdMoiiday in(each nidnUi. 4 Response', R. L. Brown. and Hygine, 5 Phjsiologv Joshua Boreing, followed by P. A. Pennington, L). D.S.; M. D. Dr. Benton, t' 6 Song by choir, DEIMTST, Recitation. ( ' N W Cor. Third aud Chestnut Sts. The following is the program lir T"lieftMrf l.a lm11 fr County Court. -- ;i,l - . s, ''. but-faile- 7"Sori-hy':choir- 111. S."KL -- Davis Ky. Vernon, idf-li- ntt-ht- r i ' s. 'R. I Attorney -a- 1 1 Attroney s-at-- La w, -- her-hom- e Ken-ueda- Liv-angst- w, V; ' ...w ..4 "' V E - . I 111 Yi r.. - Pure Liquors. ,yv ', Post-offic- e fini.-he- e J , 1 f. ' d i - it I lassies "raw-head- s II 1 e ' 1 "4n : n .'. V ex-jav- to-da- y COOr-EK- I I I 1 1 J jteo 'cry. " You Never Miss the Till the Well Runs Water NEWS IN KENTUCKY. A SHOOTING A THIS CAT REFUSED TO DIE. IIotvi RATTLESNAKE EATER. A Dry" t AFFRAY. an Intelligent I'nii) Pnt arstoj to a University I'roff aabr'a Ucmonatrntlon. , Georgia Negro "Who Capture and Bella the Iteptllea Sometime Make Roports from Jackson county say Into Saturday evening, nt McKcc, a pitched battle took ScVtiaf) place between two of tho wealthiest families in southeastern Kentucky. Tho fight was between Jumps Hayes and his four ions an one side; nnd Send ator William Clarke, Sherman A PHILANTHROPIST. and others. The battle ocSenon tho streets. curred lie AVnii CoIiir to Gel Itlcli nnil Get ator Clarke was shot three times. L'p SometliliiK to Cool (he There is ffo hope for his recovery. One People OH. of the Hayesboys had the contents of. emptied a "Yes, 6ir," exclaimed the man with a straw hat, into him. Ho wlll'dio. linen duster and a "I'm going to do it." Had blood had existed between tho What arc you going to ao: asuea ma police!. 'in to whom the stranger had ad- families for a niunbcr of years. Clarke is tho presentysenator from the Sevendressed himself. "You know," he went on, without heed- teenth senatorial district. It is feared, months ing the question, "that the summer are invariably marked by increased out- this will develop Into one of the worst breaks of all kinds. Men's angry passions feuds In the'mountalns. London, Ky., Wc never realize the value of health until it is aonc. When old lime strength and vigor are 'wanting, purify the blood ,m ... j.ifL c. .,,.., -. ti Dy lawny iiuuu a .jiiroapai tu&, own ft- stored appetite, perfect digestion, steady nerves and even temper tvill prove it ts bringing back the glovj or perfect health. a Meal of Them. t. 1'Itchoil llattlo on fcuo Streets or McKeo Senator William Clark Shot ,Three Timet. Aug-- . 29. MccdS Lcnd-for- d 11 May Dlo from ills Mounds. ). M. BingPiXEVirxE, Ky. Aug. "Threatening?" "Yes. You said you were going to do ham was shot and perhaps seriously something. What are you going to do?' wounded by Joseph Llford, on Redblrd "I'm going to get rich. Ira going to get They tome steady employment and save up my creek, in this county Sunday. money ind invest it judiciously and get quarrelled over some trivial matter, good you There's no rh. riches. Rich end of are doing acan do when Llfford emptied the contents of a great men with 4eal of good now. They establish schools shotgun into lllngham's left side, inand colleges and libraries and let the people flicting wounds from which he may get acquainted with the soothing thoughts of philoophy and the sublimities of science. die. Hlnghamispromlncntly connectBut in the months of July and August you, ed. as a practical criminologist, have doubtless Didn't Knew It Wat Loaded. observed philosophy and science don't work. By the time I have got rich there will be Wn.MAJisnuno, Ky. Aug. 29. News all the colleges and libraries that there will be need of, and I will cap the summit of from twenty miles back in tho mounour civilization with a bequest for a mam- tains, near Dlshman, reached hero of moth marble refrigerator in each town, so the accidental killing of that when anybody feels his indignation, A Chief Cook Maya Thin Finn I Not Mrs. Robert n. True, of Clinton, Mo., rising he can go there and wander up and Joe Grant, by Sol. Hubbs, his companAppreciated nt Ita Itcnl writes to the St. Louts BcpubUc sugdown the stately corridors and cool off." ion. The boys were preparing to leavo . Worth. Washington Star. gesting that when the Indian territory home to" enlist, and were examining a shall become a state it be admitted to revolver. Tho weapon was not suprt dollar a pound," "If codfish cost HE SOON GOT WELL. the union under the name of Jefferson. posed to be loaded. said the chef, "It would be more univerShe says: Landing with the Ilootjnck on the Instructed for William II. Strossman, Sr. sally beloved. I tell you, It is the best "I have made tho suggestion to sevn. Ilcne- fish known. 1 have tried tho eral prominent citizens of the terriLender' None Ilnil Mr. Sterling, Ky., Aug. 29. The re- dinner whltcfish nil over the world, but? tho flclal Effect. publican county convention met hero codfish is king of them nil and is not tory In my recent rip through that Important section, nnd they view the proIt was a sad scene. The old man lay on Monday to instruct delegates to tho appreciated at his real worth. Cook posed name of. Jefferson with enthuhis bed, and by him sat the faithful wife, legislative convention, which meets in him in nny way you like and ho Is deThey think it would be acceptholding his worn hand in hers and forcing city Septembers, 1809, to nominate licious. Even the dried codfish, picked siasm. the entire territory thus to honable to back the tears to greet his wandering look this up and served In crenm for breakfast, or the memory of Thomas Jefferson, with a smile. She spoke words of comfort a candidate for tho legislature for Meni. and of hope. But he felt the cold hand fee and Montgomery counties. Dele- IS a flue dish. Put him in a bng, sew him under whose direction the Louisiana tailing on mm, ana no turnea nis weary gates were selected and instructed for up tightly und let him boil, or bake purchase was made. Jefferson's name eyes up to her pale, wan face. him carefully, well stuffed, and ho is is forever associated with the history William II. Strossman, sr. "Jennie, dear wife, I am going." "Oh, no, John not yet not yet." delicious. of the centrnl state. "Yes, dear wife," and he closed his eyes; A Destructive lire. "Let me tell you that when you make "Since tho purchase of the original "the end is near. The world grows dark Lick. Ky., Aug. 29. Fire Mon- fishcakes you should1 not drown out the territory of Louisiana in 1803, many Salt about me. There is a mist around me gathering thicker and thicker, and there, as day morning destroyed Itobbini.' drug fish with potato. Ptit ns little potntcj states have been formed, numbers of through a cloud, I hear the music of angels store, Masonic hall and Wills' underor other substance In the cnjfcsns possiwhich have been named for individuals sweet and sad." establishment. Origin un- ble, and, if you wnnt them ns fine as who have achieved greatness. No state "No, no, John, deer; that isn't angels; taking known. Losses: Henry Wills, build- they can he made, wrap them in u blan- has been named in honor of Jefferson, that's the brass band at the corner." "What!" said the dying man. "Have ing and stock, S200; Robbins, drugs, ket of eggs nnd do not he spnring of who opened and closed the negotiations here when those scoundrels dared to come thev know I'm dying? Give me my boot- 5600; Masonic lodge, SlOOj Oddfellows, the egg. You can make a tasty dish of for the purchase. The only remaining jack. I'll let 'em see." portion of tho purchase in the union 850; Junior Ordor, 550. Whitcomb codfish cakes if you will follow my nd AtiiI in a tnwprinff race the Old man vice. Fish cakes aro considered a very is tfio part known as the Indian terrl- before his wife Bros , L. Rlec, W. W. Barnes' stores jumped from his bed, and detnoqratlc dish, of course, but my, Mpry.. Progress will demand that & the ' " could think he had openednana. window and and the post ofllco were scorched. patron, who pays me n large salary. Is' stale be formed of thla territory. shied the bootjacls at the Kecommendoft for a Clerkahlp. "I've hit that fat leader in the nose!" "The only opportunity of honoring as democratic ns he used to be in his he went back to bed and got well. And Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 29. J. G. Bat-le- younger days. Whom he sends down to Jefferson by naming a part of the origwho was defeated by Sam J. Shack- me nn order for fish cakes for the next inal purchase for him is in naming InTo CnlUornln vln the ailillnnd Ilontc. elford for clerk of the court of appeals morning's breakfast he says he wants dian territory 'Jefferson' when It is Every Friday nighl, at 10:3j p. m., a in 1S97, has been recommended by SenMeschutt's flsh enkes, with egg. That made a state." " through Tourist Car for San Francisco, is the order, and he is thinking of his passengers, ator Deboo for a clerkship in tho cencarrying first and sec leaves the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul sus bureau in Washington. Mr. Bailey younger life, when, as he once told me, ROCKItfO BEAUTIFIES WOMEN. Railway Union Passerger Station. Chicago, will take an examination at Cincinnati In a bnsement on Broadwny he used to via Omaha, Colorado Springs and Salt Lake get the finest butter cakes and fish (How an English SclrntUt Accoaata r pnvilcges at Salt Lake next month. City (with (or (ho Symmetry of Amer cakes he ever tasted, 'excepting yours, City), for all points in Colorado, Utah, Jealous Causes a Shooting. ican Limbs. chef,' he adds always. But I know Nevada and California Bowling Green, Ky. Aug. 29. Joo that dimes In 'those days were ns thousanThe Tourist Car bcri-- rate from Chicago to San Francisco is only $0.00, and the sleepThe rosklng chair, according to on Keycs shot and dangerously wounded d-dollar bills to him now, nnd his ing car berths should be reserved a few English scientist over here for the purGeo. Humes at Gatte's Store, in thli appetite was keener and more appredays in advance of departure of train. pose of writing a book of'travels, Through tickets and sleeping car accomMonday morning. county, Kcyes ciative." even a higher place In Amerimodations can be secured from any agent charges Humes with estranging his in the cast, or by applying at the Chicago, can esteem than it now holds, for it An Cxtra Ingredient. wife. Both aro well known farmers. Milwaukee & St. Paul Depot or City Tickobserver "No," .he said, reflectively, "this isn't is responsible, this eagle-eye- d et Offices in CJiicago. claims, for one of the greatest beaulike mother's pie." Instructed forLafo Carter. Send for our free illustrated California folders. Address Geo. II. Ileafford, Gen"And why not?" she wnsplshly nsked. ties of the American women, the beauty Louisa, Ky., Aug. 29. The democrats eral Passenger Agent, Chicago, 111. "Because," he mildly explained, of her lower limbs, s&ys the Philadelof Lawrence county met Monday and phia Record. "If you will think," be instructed for Lafo Carter to represent "mother's pie always had nnts in It." In Tcchnlenl Term. said at a dinner party the other night Cleveland Plain Dealer. A reporter fell on a slippery pavement the Boyd and Lawrence counties in tho at Atlantic City, "if you will think of use "unparliamentary legislature. other day. He did not the exercise one gets on a roc king chair, language," as some would have done, but bit THE MARKETS. you will see that I am right. How his lips, rubbed down the bruise, and, with Can't Joke With Uncle Sam. countea benevolent smile radiating his many these broad, windCincinnati. Lafayette. Ind., Aug. 29. Barney LIVESTOCK Cattlo.common, 3 IS Aug. 4 !!. blown times, ondoes a young woman nance, remarked: H 15 piazzas, don't cherish any ill will, but for en- - McMauus, a "We 4 H 6W operator, embelect butchers rock herself in her choir in the course 7 Si ' w. CU14III IHM..V. kuintii.Hu ICI lailllllg CALVES Fair to good light... 0 7a DM dt 4 33 and heavy of a morning? In fancy it would take me ouuuary nonce ui me ninn uuuuj4tiu ployed at La CJrosse, has been bound llOUS-Coar- so 6) a 4 7J packers Mixed over to tho federal grand jury by sweep this pavement." a calculating barber to tell you that. 4 Otf (ti, 4 8 Lixlu shippers 10 44 3 75 United States Commissioner Leonson, SHEKP-Cho- Uo At any rate, the exercise she gets is 4 uu l 01 Her Sustention. of this city, and jailed in default of LAMUS Spring excellent and ample. That push which 3 25 3 8) girl lost her pet spaniel, A S red..... fe 70' the toes gives to keep the chair in mobut regained it by means of an advertise- ball. McManus wroto an obscene let- GHAIN Wheat-N- o. 3 it 3IU tion, repeated and repeated, makes the No.3red ment. Her Sunday school lesson was about ter to a young woman living near here. Corn No. 2 tnlxod Oats-NKi. the lost sheep, and she was very attentive. The girl's mother secured, tho letter Hii instep high, the calf round and full, llye No. J in Wl When her teacher finished speaking she and it keeps misshapening flesh off the 10 .5 Ho HAY Prime to choice and McMauus arrest followed. said: 50 ankle, keeping 1he ankle delicate and Pork "Miss May, why didn't the shepherd ad- contends that he was merely joking, PHOVlsIONS-Me- ss KM Liml sksnder. Such delicate ankles under vertise in the paper for the sheep?" Phil- but the commissioner couldn't see it, BTJTTEK-Cho- lce Viy, tluiry adelphia Times. such robust calve made me fear, when Cholco creamery it 1 5j 1 25 APl'LES-Chot- cs that way. to fancy I first came down and saw your women 1 15 1 85 POTAlOESs-p- er Snfe. brl Found Dend by the ltoathlde. in their bathing dresses that thepneu-mati- o She I think Dewey can be trusted to CHICAGO. stocking, so popular in my own , select a new admiral's uniform that suits 3 60 Evansvii.i-ep item I 50 Ind., Aug. 29. Fred FLOUR-Win- ter 7JU land, bad gotten a foothold here. him, don't you? I Wheat Morgan, whoso homo is supposed to GKAIN 3 Chicago No. 3 red.... C, No. spring tW am convinced now that it is not so." He Oh, yesJ It isn't as if he were a marCOKN-N- o. 3. 2 111., was found il'i have been at Evanston, ried man. Puck. SlV,i6 OA'IS-- Na !t Where It nalna Fotevet. dead by tho roadside near the city I'OKK Mess8 7 o5 81 LAUU-Stc- am b miu 5 iC Lying's a certain mark of cowardice-SoutherYou can expect a shower at Panama, Monday morning. Tho physicians Bay t says a correspondent in the Chicago NEW YOUIC the man was starved to death. The FLOUK-Wln3 90 3 CO patent. Itecord, about three o'clock every aftsupposition is that ho became sick WHEATler No. 2 loJ 75J4 ernoon during ttus rainy season. The .(9) 2 mixed while, traveling and no one discovered COUN-N- c, HYK 61'4 rest of the dny and evening after six OATS-Mlx- cil M him until dead. o'clock is delightful, nnd no one thinks ess 8 75 8 SO LARD Western 550 Nchrailca Troops lteturn. of carrying nn umbrella, but nt Colon HALT1MORE. it rains all the time, nnd, according to Pueblo, Col., Aug. 29. Nebraska's FLOUK-Fun3 25 a 3 50 131 JA the old proverb, it never rains but it regiment of volunteers passed through ORA1N llyWhcul Nu2red 69 60H14 pours. It is the re,al thing by the buck61 Sojthcrn. 71 Puoblo Monday and wore given a warm Corn Mixed 'Wi'it, 30 X etful. It seems ns if the bottom had wclcomo by tho citizens, who turned Oats No. 2whlto St 27H Colon nnd dropped out of the sky. H3 live No. 2 western out several thousand strong to t 5 00 5 20 CATTLE First quality Panama are 47 miles apart. The rainHOGS Western 5 30 0 5 40 the returning troops. fall at Panamn is about 02 inches annuINDIANAPOLIS. ally, or about eight feet. The rainfall Iho Toledo Naval lteaervea, GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red 0. 69 Corn No. 3 mixed at Colon is 250 inches nnnually, or about 31 Toledo, O., Aug. 29. Maj. Betts, of Oats No. S mixed l! 21 feet, nnd thc'peopleget it aTl in five tho Ohio naval reserves, has roado an T nnlr .r.r.. n I TPIt'eortn.arl months, an average of four feet a I LOUISVILLE. offer to tho war department to enlist FLOUR Winter patent your stomach is bad, your liver out of 3 45 fli J 55 month precipitation, while in Arizona 2 red Aycr's Pills will clean your 71 tho Toledo reserves for duty in tho order. they only have a few inches. It takes Corn Mixed en 34 your dyspepsia, make tongue, cure Philippines. S3 niii all the rest of the year for the people rOKK-Mc- as your liver right. Easy to take, easy it 9 m to get dry. Mistook Mother for a Ilnrglnr. liARU Sicam to operate. 25c. All druggists. ''Sim-coToledo, O., Aug. 29. Carleton living noar Ottawa, early Monday Vfant your mouttacho nr beard a beautiful brown or rich Mark? Then ugo morning shot and killed his mother BUCKINGHAM'S DYE mistaking her for a burglar. ow R. p a Co nmmu. n. h. M.-JTTit-Bity, . s stop-ovede-ser- vi Pan-handl- e, Tit-Bitl'LOUK-Wlntorpatenr. o.'.! V & seem to rise with the thermometer." "What were you threatening just now? asked the polierman, sternly. Mosc Henderson is a sable son of Students of one of the big universi ties In this city have a cat thnti'hns Africa and lives two miles from Amori-cu- s in a rocky field where rattlesnakes utterly refused to become n martyr to nclencc. Its history is another instance are most plentiful, says the, Savannah of the refining and elevating influence News. Moses makes a living by capturing snakes and selling them. This of science, says the Chicago Is the truth, strange as it may seem. Prof. Blank asked J. P. Morgan, the One dny lately he killed a large one janitor to get a cat for him, as he with 11 rattles on it. This was a fat wished to illustrate his lecture on "Res- snake and Moses ate it. The other day he brought a very large snake to Ahe piration" by experiments upon trw: Mr. Morgan succeeded in'getting city, trying to sell Its hide. There ono with the aid of some small boys. 2.1 rattle on it. The- snake wo very When his students hnd assembled the poor, and Moses said it would novdo to professor put the cat into the gloss ent, and he stuffed its hideNondsold it receiver of the air pump and began to for u good price. Every yfl Moses pump out the air. Before the piston hnd mnks a good deal of money! selling time to move more than once or twice snnko oil. ne suys right clown the the cat began to feel vcrj-- uncomfort- vertebrae of a rqttlesnake is aVfatty able, and, discovering the aperture streak of flesh that makes n' through which the nlr was escaping, put fried, that will cure any case or rlwu her foot on it and thus corked the pipe mntism. It 'is strange to how inoliy people nc sens mis rneumancsnnKeo: and stopped the removal of the nlr'. Several subsequent attempts to car- He has a long1 list of certificates fro ry on the experiments were nllke inef- people he has cured. Some of them ar.e fectual, for as soon as the glnss cover from Intelligent whites, who declare was put over her and she felt the re- that the oil has cured them when nil moval of the nir the cat would put her other remedies have galled. He sells a feet over the pipo and keep them vial of the oil for one dollar and guarantees a lasting cure. pressed tlere. Moses says his father wns an African The students, struck by the remarkcat, voodoo doctor and taught him how to able intelligence shown by the nsked the professor to liberate the ani- cure all aches 'nnd pains with snake oil. The negroes of Sumter county vep mal and loudly cheered her docwhen the cat, after coolly clean- crate and fear him as a mysterious tor who can cure when nil else fails, ing herself and smoothing her ruffled somefur, jumped down and rubbed ngninst and look upon his snake oil ns the legs of the students sitting on tno thing enchanted. front bench. (She is now pcrmnnently THE INDIAN TERRITORY. nnnexed to the collego and an object of interest to nil visitors. A MIourl Woman "aprffent That When It Ileeontea a State It Shall PLEA FOR THE CODFISH. lie Called Jrffenon, Times-Herald. nni-mo- A general who was lonductinr a war in a distant island wrote to the agricultural de- Health Mrs. partment of his government to, ship him a ton of acorns. When asked what ho inLITTER TO MIS. rtNXUAM NO. 42,J91 tended to do with them he replied! "Dkah Mns. PiNKiiAM For two I here is no shade in our trenches, and the troops suffer from heat. A growth of years I felt tired and so weak and dizry large oaks will add much to the comfort that eomo days I could hardly go of the men in the firing line." around tho house. Backache anil headHe would have said more', but his attenmy food would tion was nrrctted by a burst of song from ache all tho time nnd not digest nnd had such pains in tho a neighboring jungle. "Ah," he signed, "that is a round robinl" womb and troubled with lcucorrhocn And he walked sadly away. San Fran-ciic- o nnd kidneys wcro affected. .Examiner. child I grew I Modern Fnblc. A Letter to Mrs. Pinkham Brought to Archambo. m l. - weaker, nnd hearing so much of tho good you had done, I wroto to you and operated solely by invisible rays of light, E. which enables it to explode at will beneath have taken six bottles of Lydla ht enemy's fleet. In a like subtle manner Plnkham's Vcgetnblo Compound, ono Hostctter sStomach Hitters attacks and con- - box of Lozenges, ono box of Liver Pills, toall stomach a sufferer ?ucrs constipation troubles. When liver com- ono package of Sanative Wash, and or dyspepsia or day I am feeling as well ns I ever did. plaint takes the Bitters he is sure of one thing, sooner or later, and that is cure. Sec When I get up" In tho morning I feel dm that a private Revenue Stamp covers the fresh as I did when a girl and' cat and neck of the bottle. sleep well nnd do all of my work. If ever I feel weak again shall know llule That' Work II nth Ways. "I have frequently observed." said the whero to get my strength. I know vegetarian, "that when a man lives on bcof yourmedicinocurodme." Mns. Sauna, Tho present Mrs. Plnkham's experience in treating female Ills is unparalleled; for years sho worked sido by sido with Mrs. Lydla E. Pinkham, and for somctimo past has had solo chargo of tho correspondence department of The DrnBKlt'ft Work. her great business, treating by letter Tli ere is a druggist in one of the suburban districts who advertises: as mnny as a hundred thousand ailing "The doctor prescribes; we execute." women a year. All women who suffer Such advertising cannot fail to appeal to those who desire to be executed. Boston aro invited to wrlto to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass., for advice, which will Journal. be promptly given without chargo. Do Your Feet Ache anil llnrnT Foot-KatShake into your shoes Allen's a powder for the feet. It makes tight or d The IVerr Torpedo. A Young Swede has invented a torpedo "After birth of each he becomes something like an ox; if he cats mutton he looks sheepish, and if he cats pork tho chances arc he will grow swinish." "Perhaps you nre right," said the turtle-fealderman. "I have also observed that when a man lives on nothing but vegetables he is apt to be pretty small potatoes. Chi. cago Evening News. Akchajido, CiiAni.EMONT, Mass. New Shoes feel Easy. Cures Corns, Swollen, Smarting, Hot, Callous, Sore, and Sweating Feet. All Druggists and Shoo Stores sell it, 25c. Sample sent FREE. Allen S. Olmsted, Lc Roy, N. Y. Hun-ion- s, DYSPEPSIA "For slxycar I vai a victim of dyt-peps- in s, accustomed? Complacent Young Man I could if I were contented with it, but I hope to give her something better. Somerville Journal. and Fever Is a bottlo of Guove's Tasteless Cniix Tonic. Itls simply iron and nuinlno In a tasteless form. Nocuro-nopa- y. Rricc,&0c. Crushing; the Old Man, Father Can you support my daughter in the style to which the has been Purse-Proud In Us worst form. I could eat notnlne but milk toast, and at tlmcstny stomach noula not rotatn and digest oven that. Last March I began taking CASCAHKTS and slnco then I have steadily Improved, until I am as well as ( over was In my life." David 11. Munrnr, Ncjvark, O. The neat Prricrlpllon for Chill 11 r m)f CANDV CATHARTIC TRAOt MASK KtOISTtSIO horse? broken-dow- The Noble Animal. Trader Don't you want to sell Journal. automobiles that Pleasant. PaUlabln. Potent. Tat dood, Notor Sicken, Weaken. or Gripe. Sltrllal ILx.4; II D 10c, Farmer Naw. I keep him extra, to haul back to town. Indianapolis ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Good. Do ttc.WO. Cold In One Jtny Take Laxatlvo Bromo Quinlno Tablets. All druggists refund money if it falls to cure. 35a To Cure Tfl Osf nU'l UDHu r)l. klM, I Trt. 311 Unlrttl. siiaranterdbr all lrng. glats to OV1IK Tobacco llablu Bold and I Tommy Tompkins "I bet mv pup kin lick your kitten." Willie Wilkms "Well, COMRADES. areYou Ready to Attend th I bet if he does he'll wish he hadn't when my kitty grows up." Ohio State Journal. ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT AT"flENTION 33d Do not allow dealers to sell you something just as good as Putnam Fadeless Dyes. There is no such a thing on tho market. Insist on having Putnam Fadeless Dyes. People spend a terrible lot of time in getting mad, and feeling sorry for it. Atchison Globe. We have not been withont Piso's Cure for Consumption for 20 years. Lizzie Ferrel, Camp St., Harnsburg, Pa., Jiay 4, 'W. G. A. R. AT - PHILADELPHIA, 1899' Septombor 4-9, Burglars go on the principle of helping themselves, and they don't go to jail until they can't help themselves. Golden Days. , CHEAP RATES VIA "BIG FOUR ROUTE" AND CONNECTIONS. Ticket trill bo on aalo September 1,9, B snd 4, leJUO. Good to return leaving Philadelphia not later than Septombor 11. 1KB, with provlio that upon doposltof ticket wltb Joint Agent, 1X11 Cbeit-nSt., not earlier t han Sept. & nor later than Sept. 9. 1WJ, and payment of n fee of W centa per ticket attlmoof doposlt, nn extontlonof return limit to leavo Philadelphia to and Including September UOIh mar bo aeeurod. For full Information regarding tickets, ratet. varlablorontct and tlmo of train. call on agenti 'Ilia Fotm Houtk," or addreta tho undrrilgnod W, A DEPPZ, WARREN 1. LYNOH, Gan. l'au. & Tkt. Agt. A. Q. P. & T. Agi. Is taken Internally. Fricn Hatl'a Catarrh Ca?e 75c. Man has his will but woman has her way. -- O. W. Holmes. CINCINNATI, O, $3&$3.50 SHOES "J ? o n compared Worth $4 to $6 olher mikes. with W. L. DOUGLAS Indorsed by over 1,000,000 nvnren. An Excellent Combination. Califohnia. Fio Sybup Co.. illustrnto the valuo of obtaining tho liquid laxative principles of plants known to bo medicinally laxatlvo nnd presenting them in the form most refreshing to tho taste, and acceptable to the system. It is the one perfect strengthening laxative, cleansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches nnd fevers gently yet promptly nnd ontfblingono to overcome habitual constipation permanently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality nnd substance, and its ncting on tho kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating them, mako it tho ideal laxntivc. In the process of manufacturing figs aro used, as they aro pleasant to tho taste, but the medicinal qualities of tho remedy aro obtained from senna and other aromatio plants, by a 'method known to tho California Fio Syrup Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effects nnd to avoid imitations, plcaso remember the full hnmo of the Company prlntod on tho front of every package. The pleasant method and beneficial effects or the well known remedy, Srnui- - op Pros, manufactured by tho ud frit. Htmfti tlUa. 'Take no aubotltuta claimed I.argeitmalten tobeaagood. of 13 and ll.W aboet In th world. Yourdealersbouldkeei them If not, we will tend joa analron receipt ofprlce. Stati kind of leather, alia and width, plain or cap toe. W. ALL LEATHERS. ALU STYLES Tllk Gl.lllSk k.. W. L. D.mI.i' - DOUGLAS SHOE Cntalngtio II CO.. Brockton, free. v Man. 1009s of UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS SAY Permanently euro nil Iteblng, JJarnlB. Scaler, ScalnandHUn Umuil such as Halt Eheaa. Bo- ioma. Hcaia Head. GhllDlaloa. Pilot, Borna. Kabr uumurs, jjaoaniu. noma l Hcatn. FalUBg Hair liuickeninir ana mating it fco ft, Ullkr. and Luxuri- ami. aii ,ac urvpuone tfironucmga wn, viear. lleautlful Skin and ComDlailonl. it eontalaa no l.ead. HulDhur. CaathmrlrlM nr ainvthlna Ininrfana. An eaty. great eoVlar. Ladr oanratters aukaal to U a day. DrueiliU or mall Aoe. CarHlyla Mthufacturlnjt Co., N. V. Artdre.t T. KJlX yar hh fI Dost Cough fijrup. illfttrK WHtttf Barters ink rl $76 A. N. 1V1IKX K.- -E POKIC-NewM- Great Norre ltettorar. S trial bottlo and treatlii tree. Dr.ll.ll. KLINE, Ltd., Ml Arohfit.,Pblia.,Pa. J " I "I" aoninetsafterrlrttdar'auaeof fltt or nrr Q lrmanntl r Cured. Mo Dr.KUne'a I Moiilhtcostlr outfit freoi we want n man or woman In ovnrrrountriapnlr quick. Manufacturer!, UUlS Market Ht., Philadelphia. Nono so pood, but It costs no more than the poorest. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO, SAN FllANOISCO, CAI XOTXBVZXAIE. KY. NEW YOUR, V. Y. For isle by alt DrugirUU. Price 50c. per bottle. 1776 PrnS ... m lime, Tastes Good. Ueo coia dt arucKiiia. W1CITINO TO AltVEUTIMEUS pleme atnte that you saw the Advertise ment In this paper. Rev.Cnow BlshopJoseph S. Key, Wrote! "He gaie yoarTKKTIUM fTrAthlnp I'AmltNi ti np Itffla grandchild with tho happleit re. mill. The effects were almost mar. GRAIN-Whcat-- No. Costs only 25 Cents. Ask . eethinA 11 &MsW.r.r5l!3.,Jf J. " (Teething Powders,) jour Druggist for It. BiBY,e5aV.nu uf ,to n, rtis C. J. MOFFETT, M, D St, Louis, Mo, ftrtcM. of ryuaaijTi. Mors I Tho Alabama's Trial Trlp.i ill SI- Fills. 29. Tho battle ship Alabama left Cramps' ship yard Monday afternoon for her builders' trial at sea and is expected to return Wednesday v? Thursday. Philadelphia, Aug. " J To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it? i Price 50c.