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" JSaaaaBBBalaBatSel ARRIVES . iHHls v MSlleaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaallHaVBBaaaaVUflk. Mr-- B v' - " - ITvj Ttf ft " ' Hn. TWT RiDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 'VT?S 1899. NUMBER 2. ? i ; MaaaaaaaaaaaaaansaVk THE LINCOLN COUNTY I. f " X ?'. - catering-- Into f ?"?B9BaBaaaaaaaaaaaBaSaaWHrr lABaaaaaaaaaaaaBaWBaaaaaaNBTv1 K Gettinfr tho City 5 Bln r.ll at IntenrsU Darlnr . Austin, Tcx,,,Scpt retforts that readhed BRADLEY'S . bc'rc.MOl vr Ills Reception. NATIONAL BANK,' i 4 LOUISVILLE RACES. A Cold '') MANIFESTO. Ortizstate " tb' A(trnooa and Hade tbo .Track a Uttla How. it It Ion for Fardoa Mut It Mad la Writing No More FersonaLAppcaU Will Ho Heard bjr the Qorernor. Kt Louisvilu, Ky., Sept. 20. The fifth aAntial meeting of the Louisville ...Drlrlijg and Pafr "association 'beB'ttn Monday afternoon an notwlthtand- M flwinff thecold rain which began to iall bout the time tho horses were ready, "FTtL 'to score for the first heaU a 2:20 trot. in fell at inter als during the after- on and made tho track a Utile, show. ! M (X, a bay eoldluir, 8 years old. 1 owned by" J. M. Clements, of Ulrraing-hnMich., "fell doad in the first beat of" the 3:2i trot just as tho .field 4 of nine was about to swing into tho home stretch. The principal event of the day was the Commercial Club itake, value 82,000, for 2:08 class pacers. This was won in straight heats by Arlington. Hat B., tho 8 to 10 favorite In the first heat, sustained his first the Uostou meeting of last fear. lie, had. jo be content with third mqney. Tho most exciting contest of tho day t was the trot Tor the 2:12 class. , It was practically a race between Success and Tudor Chimes, though 13 horses took tho. word in the first heat .Chimes won the first heat, by a neck, Success-tooby a nose, and (Chimes won the third .and tastlicat by a Head, Gcera driving Ws k the-secon- FnANKFORT, ept, 24. Gov, Kyv Bradley has determined ngt to.be annoyed during'the few remaining week's of his administration by pardon seek crs, and has' accordingly issued a manifesto. It is as follows: "For the benefit of,'th'e phbllc gencr ally, notice is given that; personal appeals for pardons 'will not be heard, In this way much time is consumed to. no purpose. All applications must be made in writing, as contemplated, by Are, levins' riieu upn Indian.' warfare la 'the Hotel Orerflow n'm . '.taMavaaaaaaaamSKBWBWwwBlv worse instead of abatl and Mealt hkitHut SaWaaaaaaaamtwru VSaaaVKSC omi jeran has arrived at'Tdfr ate'ers Snubbed, to the City ,of Mexico .Mi ' ' JaaaP'' emnxaaaaaaaaaaa-- . reports as to the' OMtmmi unzsaaaaaaaaaav aaaxrf, . aaaar.. 26. The United palgn. He ayi HI ll'l'l lllllllaaaalaaaall Maaall Olympla, with. Adml Konora,-M- x, Yajly . .:rjfj-- iortiHiMri VSSSaaaaaWE' rt: riijjSaawwwwwwwwwvKeV.iBWWBl?' rv ,avBaaaaaaeaaaB&i.BeaaaBA- OF STANFORD, KY. ? - -- I V; " " ' . Capital $100,000. Successors to Farmers Bank and Trust W. -H cessation, can 'against 'the, the constitution.". Circumstances Indicate that, as usual, tho .few weeks remaining of the governor's term, are to bo s2lcctcd;as' tho time in which those who havo been, refused pardons heretofore, or those who have been .confined for years, and who could have appealed and failed tq dp so sooner, are preparing applications, 'with the hope, .doubtless', that, owing, to pVe&suro' of business, strict attentlon'may not be given to their cases, and they, may be enabled on that' accoiint'to obtain pardons. Such applications will be promptly and sum marlly overruled unless thoy develop somo faot or circumstance of teceut origin, which will justify Investiga" tion. the Indians have t wttefd'qSawM2eaflBaQri arrival truesdayjBrni'l small bands and, are now vigo: l.. notex; laaaaa?"!iWV- Jfg U3 watrlnir arruerilla wararV'and '9M.i Thujiday. 'haveadopXfl tho Mexican soldiers. oopi. o. irom vno joi-iSimilar tactics and are also dlvldedynU tho streets show cvi- scoutinjr nartlcs. aUd'that wv small ti preparation for Adm. are frequent engagements biptwei come. Nearly every office the soldiers and the Indians.. The-Ii- t Broadway and the down- artyn dians avoid open engagement gnfares4s being decorated tho soldiers,, rather hVrrassing3HflV anting, shlcldr, streamers secure.posUli with.attacks from usiasm displayed in the the mountains and along thev 'f private houses is not, not infre,quently.oy mountain roads, ing mucn jossoijiio among tjae III leM III I I iue, as the main route of dicrs, with little harm to theme Gen. Torres, in command of t Kill irmnpmiw 5 presents a busy appearVJK iius are building all along lean troops,, asks the Mexican: partmentto send a- force of r rSaLaWalatflaBlBiHM Irth ,pn the steps of churches, Vacant win9 YAdafldVaalHI Jan'dAdwelirnes. assist himf-a- it is thought, ..vbear, .huge pictures of the ad- render very effective service jioonfiieu witn tno sign, "xo ict tho Indians. The Yaquls'hold ' eWeydy."--' rurales n great dread, as, they'j evtdwn Is alrcadv crowded with enemies and a most their pje.. All hotels arc full and furnish- mfdablo foe. During "the., past m's arewell taken up. davs a irrcat many miners havarri' already in the having been driven"? at Ortiz, il'ltS lif--i - i a mountains by the threatening"? wiwJch "arc usually engaged tlon, and all bear talcs of mulMc'r - I aainsm He; governments la.th 'TfPlP-- ' :,. ' , JLveaaaWlBaaaaSr as 'Vim T?BOTlBaaaa-TaTCiBW- . Milibr'M)iniHP; JHJw tif arrived, 'CT011' Go.-- , ' i' . -- ,' b "i. r.jH; STAMFORD. fcY., ' TJ)-- fci!3 PJi:.!l. continuously under same management for 29 yeapraj-r .... . hl10QinPCI Vmntn'fV T. ...,n Cfinh ' rfld. v .'wy'-.vV'- Sons will prove materially profitable and pleasant. 1; DIEEOTORS. J. Williams. H. Shanks A. W. Carpertter. J. S. I J. E .Lynn. William Gooch. J. B. Owaley. J. S. Owsley, Sr: J. F.'Ca8h. rfei- - V,.H.Cummins"S; MbWbbbbbbbbbbbW feaaaal s '1 S. H. Shanks, President. J. B. Owsley, Casbier. W. M. Brignt, Asst. Cashier. i '4J I old-tlm- p ;qng-hsVcss- ;ls WILLIS GRIFFIN, I .PP 1 A.' . ""Ti-'!','- i- .' " J- - w prettiest .'' LAID TO REST. IS: "iJ1 TO BEEMOVED. It The Keejjra and WllllaW C. tt bltner Will nfsrontlaue Their Ureedlog Farm In State--r maln of Mr. J. C. 8. niaekbufi) In- rrcd In the. Ulaehburn Vault at ,rraukfort the rallbearers. neral of Mfc The held. Wednedii lecnes and William cWhitneya"fo to denco was JUconjUnue their breedlne facnxfln Sept. 28. , Til .LitxisoTO.ti, Ky X ' Vjcn8AiM. let-.-. a J. S. . Wite, 0f .j? n v, .ta.or.mag. Tho iresl? ..CrVll.,- '?iV: frv&y-Fzi.".'. IllanL-hum-urn. r Sent .32. The fu-- bloodshed. Dozens' pf.sk'trmi have resulted in a number of and Indians being kjlliidj,.ar raiucr&iiave them have order So, isvpljieir hveSW-- ei - j and sound traffl&. "ifCVey- - provided with statc-ir., tigents have already elkoverflow. . It la pro- iccpiu auu vitMUif hseveral of them jaaa m stoimm u..e.-.AJ9TX3 'r ... . W eWI ' 'fi - W JL erniiatft wiw rw1 -u f. i tigh'tsc'eing floating tts. td as ur Funeral-- . Direstc. wr MT, VERNON, KY... KlAj ;v. muiM'tii y' 1A .Ji'.-'-irvrr- v. r dth! gtcsstnin Asher Caruth, Louisville; ii.'.3i I ."C? Proctor Knott, lions. James B. icrrorizcu. , uujiumu uiuuu.uu .oesi McCrcary, Attilia Cox, George B. CAN NOT GO TO CI on committee has finally OrtersJbjLtTclcgraDh or Telephone Promptlu Attended to Dau or Nlofrt. in the country, ihejuding Kingston, David II. Smith, Lewis Descog-neton tho "order to be taken by tournament, St. ..Leonards, Chorister, W. L. Crabb, S.oddard Johnston .Owing to Ulnesi of Mine. Dlax I'leuli officials and tho guests of tho lmp. Horoscope And half dozen others. and Diaz Ilae Appointed I.'o Iei.aclon Judgo Jere R. Morton. he land parade next Saturday. It is said the Keen'es are negotiating , FnANKFOKT, Ky;,'Sept 22. The demMarUoal as Ilia ItrpreeentatlTe, 5tsN s follows: for the,'withers farmt at Red Bank, N. ocratic state campaign headquarters sa's band, battalion of sailors of J., whew they can have their horses wero closed Wednesday out of respect Citv or Mexico, Sept. 20. -- President" lympla, Dewey' and tho mayor, near their own business interests. to the memory of Mrs. J. C S. Black- D.laz can not go Chicago on'account of. rey's five captains at Manila, Dew- Mr. Whitney has imp. Meddler, Lis- the illness of Mmc. Diaz. Ho has ap burn, whoso funeral occurred at personal staff, Adm. Sampson and sack, Plaudit and other good stallions The remain were brought here pointed Lie Ignacion Mariscal, minis ljandolph Quggeuhelraer, Adm. Samp and 75 or 80 of the most valuable and after simple and unobtrusive cere- ter of foreign relations, to go as his son's staff, Adm. Philip, commandant brood mares at Labella stud, Mr. mony, laid kto rest in the Blackburn representative. of the New York station and President Whitney's stud is new, the mares hav- vault in the state cemetery President Diaz Monday, night ex- T.F. Wood of tho board of aldermen, ing nearly all been secured last winter pressed deep regret that he must fore- staff of Adm. Philip, junior officers of la the Place Coal ShoTeler'i'Fortune. and spring from the various breeding go the plcasuro of tho trip which he tlie Olympla, to Buy .junior officers of tho Louisvillk, Ky., Sept. 23. Frank had looked forward to with keen decountries, regardless of cost. North Atlantic squadron. Mr. Whitney, it is Bald desires to Mcllvain, tho young man who was sire, lie had hoped to meet tho leadDrugs, That will complete the naval formaMedicines,; havo his thoroughbreds close at hand shoveling coal on a barge near here, ing men of tho neighboring republic tion. Then will come the., guests of and has leased Stony Ford for this pur- when told that his half interest in a and felt that tho occasion would be of Jewelry, Stationery, CCalifornia gold claim had proved to bo much benefit to botji countries. While tho city in this order: V. siting govpose. igars and Tobaccos, worth 840,000, will not take any chanco the illness of Mmc. Diaz has all along ernors not accompanied by troops; Clay rolnter Attached. Maj. Ucn. Miles and aides; ltr. Adm. Paints and Oils. Lexinoto.y, . Ky., Sept. 20. Clay on it He said, when told, "Well, I'll placed a degree of uncertainty about Schloy and Kr. Adm. Miller (retired); hold my job until I get tho money." Call when in iWl the plans of tho president for his Joint committee of the municipal Pointer, the C. C. DAVIS & CO., race horse, Town. ui tw '.V rfliW o northern Journey. It was hoDed ,'u'ntll Why Trice of lleof li TtUlnjr. ruled off this summer at Chicago, has - 0f them); sailors of tho '(i4Mt. Vernon, Ky. been attached by Ilcury T. Martin, of Richmond, Ky., Sept 20. Gen. Black, Monday that her condition mignlm-- NRrlhlAtlantic squadron. Following Woodford county, who claims he owns agent for Nelson Morris, Chicago, has prove suuicientiy xo allow fresiaent tho sailors will be tho soldiors of tho the horse. Thomas M. Berry, who bought in tho last ten days in Madison Diaz to be absent So strong was this regular.and the other military organraced him, and who was ruled off county nearly 1,000 head of heavy ex- expectation that Monday the senate izations. at tho same time, has never paid him a port cattle at five cents, for delivery in again took up tho matter of the proTho committee of seven of tho recent of money. The horse is at Tom November. The entire bunch, aggre- posed visit and increased the amount ception committee will visit the OlymStephens' farm. gating 870,000 in value, will be sent to of tho appropriation for the expenses pla as soon as Adm. Dewey will receive 0 of the president and his party to England for the Christmas trade. them' on Thursday afternoon and Newport I'nullo Untldlng. in gold. The former appropriation iSUSaUljunttko known to him the city's Mrs. llertha l.'cnzat Home. Washington, Sept 23. Congressman was 8100,000 in silver. It was shortly Tho mayor's Berry has succeeded in having properLkxinoton, Ky., Sept. 24. Mrs. after this action that the announce- plans for his reception. ly adjusted all differences as to the Bertha Bcnz, tho remaining survivor ment of the change in President Diaz's private secretary will accompany tho committee and ask Adm. Dewey If It award of the contract for tho new pub- of the Bcnz expedition in tho Klon- plans was announced. will bo convenient for him to receive lic building at Newport, Ky dike, has reached her home in Clay for the mayor of New York at 11 o'clock which congress appropriated 875,000. City, Ky. Mrs. Benz stopped en routo THE AMERICAN PRISONERS. the following day. Levi P. Morton It goes to Sherman, Gloss & Co., of at Bay City, Mich., where she has relahas Cincinnati, whose bid was $04,500. tives. It la Reported That tbe Filipino Con- - of accepted tho invitation to be one ; the committee of seven. All have IJbh Ileiolved to IteWmte 14 of rei A Jlojcott Alleged. ; now accepted except William a Whitltoralma Sold for 810,000. Ylieni wedneidar or Thursday. Louisville, Sept 20. Tho first suit in ney who has not yet been heard from. ky., Sept 20. LouisviLLfc, Scott which a corporation seeks to enjoin a J, w. Hayden, W. P. Walton, J. H. OoUlor, M. D. Blmors, J. a Hockw, At a meeting, of the United Irish soManila, Sept. 26. Two Englishmen Newman, jr has sold Boralma, a H Baughman, W. A. Trlbble, S T. Harris F. Bold, T, P. Hill, labor organization, from boycotting it who had'been held by the insurgents cieties of New York Monday resolupromising young trotter, to J. G and M. J. Miller. lias been filed in the United States since Juno havo arrived at Angeles. tion? wero adopted declaring that of Kirkwood, Del., for 810,000, the court here. The Peerless ManufacThey report that tho Filipino congress Whereas, A commltteo of officers We solicit the accounts of thr cltUcns of Rockcastle and adjoining counties, highest price ever paid for a turing Company is the plaintiff and assuring thcm.prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to trotter In Kentucky. Boralma is the Iron Holders' Union No. 10 the defend- has resolved that 14 American pris- representing tho Irish voluntcors wait lw. Personal application and correspondence, with a view to oners shall bo sufrendored on Wednes- ed upon Maj. Oen. Roe, grand marshal favorite in the Kentucky Matron ant Tho .petition states that tince business relations, respectfully invited. of the parade and asked, and were reday or Thursday. stakes of 37,000, which will be the April 2, when a strike occurred, a sys They have, however, no informa- fused a place In the parade, we tako principal event of the opening day of tem of patrolling and picketing ban Jno. J. Monobertu, Cnshier, S. docker, Pres. tion as to tho whereabouts of Cant. emphatic exception to this action as J. the fall trotting meeting Monday. been established around the factory by. Charles M, Rockefeller, of tho 10th in- invidious, if A. A. McKinnoy, Ass't Cashier. not hostilo to tho Irish members of the union who have intim- fantry, who disappeared in April last volunteers Joe Chorn.ki Knooki Out Jim Hall. and resent the uniust dis Louisvii.LR, Ky Sept 20, Joe idated and assaulted the workmen. and of whom no trace has been dis- crimination as depriving the regiment Choynski, of California knocked out of tho honor of a position In tho line covered. y , The Uate ChnriRf d. Jim flail, of Australia, in the third : Loui8V;u.E, Ky., Sept 24. Tho They assert that three Americana of march as admirers and fellow s round Monday night before the Noncommittcq in charge of tho big who were captured by the rebels are ofthe hero of Manila, Adm. pareil Athletic club at Music hall, in' barbecue to bo given at the jockey acting as officers in the insurgent Dewey." the presenco of some 2,500 people. It club's grounds 'has changed tho date army. Sltuetlon In Venrzuela Critical. was announced that the fight was for to October 18. This was done In order Ur. Herman Wadiwoirth Uajrler Po.ncrC Porto Rico, Sept. 20. Adnlelde. the light heavy weight championship; to insure the presence of William, J. Bostov, Sept. 20. Dr. Herman vices received here Monday from Ca,ws4 For Everything la limited to 20 rounds and for a division Bryan. Wadsworth naylcy, 35 years old, in- racas describe the situation in Venebox office receipt's. of structor of latin in Wesleyan universi- zuela as critical. Tho revolutionists rurceir Case M Continued. London, Ky., Sept. 20. Tho caso of ty and a member of the faculty was are approaching Victoria where the Detained Aralnit Her Will. Aliunv, Ky., Sept 23. Alice Brown G. W. Purcell," the labor organizer of found dead in his room in the United next battle will be fought. People deswore out varrants for Bob Brown, Terro Haute, Ind., charged with in- States hotel Monday with his throat siring to proceed to Puerto Cabello, on Ho had committed suicide. Ho the gulf of Trieste, are not allowed Alvls Brown and Richard Dlcken, citing miners in this county to.qult cut. The government Is very jVarglng them with detaining her work, was continued until Septe.t.bei was one of the finest classical scholars to depart. in the country. Lately he had been unpopular, and very suspicious of ifealnst her will. Bob Brown is her 29. There was a big crowd of mineri haunted by the r of losing his mind. everybody, in town. husband. The sheriff Is in pursuit BEST Q00D5 AT LIVING PRICES, ' WicfU-tKlSBtrVlf yM RiXtamnaCaskatB,'. ; Robe, . " JLAxven ' - 'w.. Bosoms,;Guresjj"hl.r-ej- ."aiaTaaiai ji.aJaWa1 - ':- - i-'- lha'iairii nf iijT'rfna.lJ :.. r""" e,r : iiiovnres'iue -- every seettqw -- thcihotel poats to witness the yacht jHhy Embalming Done on SnortfNotfde waa-- and Easy Tarma ' ny- ' ex-Go- v. Ktn-kea- d, s, i li Ver-salle- s. t$ GREEN FRONT DRUG STORE Patent well-know- n ly r 1 S150,-00- FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. DIRECTORS: a Capital StocK, $100,000. Surplus, $17,320, Mc-Co- yj "VI I Vi 1 GO TO ve citl-ten- JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY., V Jl " J)i y Goods, Clothing, Boots and. Shoes, General Merchandise. .v d f.-a- t"' M Vv - It " ' , 1 , ! V& A LIMA MAN'S TESTIMONY. I have obtained excellent results Ml'1 from the use of Foley's Kiduey Cure. It relieved my back-ach- e mi n.A cntrom nnn, tt...- - M.a Line Tfr "" The Interior Journal ronnrtii jLjjiM inner! un Jiiv svstem nnn. rrnve mp rh , , foiling: J. F. Cook sold his AvheAbtn n'rw. vim mul mier r to J. H. Baughman & Co. at 650! it aVau honest and reliable remedy The Central Record reports th; lbr'all Kidney diseases. It makes sale of com to be fed down at $1.50' no false claims but does what it says when given a fair trial. I cerMurk Hardin sold to Frank tainly can recomtneud it. Wm. shoatsa1 Finn, 447 Elida Road, Lima, Ohio. Rout a bunch of " C. C. Davis & Co., Mt $5. Veinon, A Kansas City packer prodict's Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros. that hogs will sell at ,6 cents before Livingston. Mt Vernon Friday, Signal Sept. 29 1899. them up in one eni of a smoking car and oftimes require colored EtlBSCKU'TION ONK YEAK $I.OO women to share quarters with rough men who are smoking and drinkAdi'erihmg rales made known on ing. He declared he was in favor of giving them equal accommodaapplication tions with the white people by giving them a full coach. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Gove rnur, WILMAMGOIHIM., of Kentou. , Tor Governor, Published every Friday by AMES MARET. wants the colored people to sit and mingle with the whites. "lion. Win, Goebel is opposed to the repeal of this law and in a speech made at Henderson he said it was an injustice to the colored rtcc to box Ibmd. Stock. CmnB sgSi I COi.UY"E & flE iT .',....' . rpn-m-- J BffilcJBjyfTTaaly BVirVjL UNDERTAKERS OWENS KY. oo-pou- askets, Coffins, Robes, etc., kept in stock. Orders by mail, tele- graph, telephone promptly filled For Family and Medical .Use"? You Want .sour BRODHEAD. j si Free Scholarship. The 1 , Henry Whittakcr bought iui Nashville College of law has place-e- d at the disposal of the Sign al Rockcastle a lot of mule eolts at $i&. L IT JSAVliU HER LIFE. J., C. W. IIKCKHAM, of Nelson scholarship for the coming vear. to $30. 4&K1a,R JIm; Vr..,;, - o.;,';,'ir Middlesboro. For Attorney General .. :4"'-- ' '""""i A. M. fietice shipped luTr:5i.rL The only requirement fixed by the VSL'AMKV: . writes: Mv ' little sister had ItOItT J.llUi:CKI.VKII)Gl), of Iloyle ' college people is that the the per nati WjBrtsclay a car l?ad ot 6lV?mW Tor Auditdr, bad. I gave her GVS G, COUr.Ti:!!, of Graven son receiving the appointment shall "SMieErTyoses of Foley's Honev and For Treasurer vrtufc s"e was instantly relieved. be of good moral character and t)DBK ue Gasgow faews reports P. G. HAGEIl. of Hoyd 9jT NELSON OUNTVlAfl her life. C, C. sess a common scliool educ For Sceretary of Stole 2i"T4uancs mur? MIWcoSottVTT ' bin.v Vernon; Dr, Clark, Davis. Brodiu .i Mt. C. H. HILL, of Clark The school has a fine faculty, r6(fm' Tird 16 weanlings nt $40 $50' liead; Hagan Bros., Livingston. For Supt. of Public Instruction Sold Direct from Distillery. Jug and Bottle Tiade Solicited. posed of same of the ablest lawyers 11. V. WcCIIiaNEY'. of Livingston Col, J. P. Chinn had two valu-'- i Wanted A half dozen coal in the South, and its diploma ad- able farm horses to die For Commissioner of Agriculture 3 year old at $2.00 per Gallon, from eating 1. 11. KALI, of Jefferson miners. Will give steady work 6 year old at $2.50 per Gallon, mits to the bar. The management tobacco on which Paris green had For Itallloail Commissioner Third district desires 10 year old ut $3.00 per Gallon, for next six months. that all persons holding free been sprinkled. A V HAMITOV, of Montgomery J. W. Marler, scholarship shall .enter as early Agood crowd attended the sale" Mt. Vernon', Ky. next month as possible. Any GETHSEMANE, KY. Wm. Goebel will re- young man desiring to to take a the effects fo the late JosephVjRt The Hon. Trace chains at 30c per pair; s Three ceive a routing welcome at Brod-hea- d course at a law school can have this McClary Tuesday. Tfl were sold at an average of $9; breast at 30 cents per pair. Tongue Fair grounds, this county, on scholarship by applying at this ofothars from $25 to $30; three calves, at 50 cents rer pair at S. ".'. Satmdny Oct. 7th one week from fice. at $11.50 each; horses from $16.50 Davis'. tomorrow. Not only Rockcastle DEALERS IN The state campaign promises to $50; 13 cattle at 3 88. will be there but hundreds from Laurel, Madison. Garrard, Lincoln, to br. enlivened next month though corn in the shock $1.60 per barrel. A SHORT SAD STORY it cannot be said that it is particuTne Georgetown Times" says Pulaski, Jackson and others. Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at lair price. A cold larly at this time. However, the there were 150 mule colts on the ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO, Neglect Democratic managers believe m market Monday; small ones soidat QPU-..Pneumonia A orner Tim fool killer with his club vis keeping interest up to the highest $12 to 20, sd grade $75 to 35, sugar Grief. vJta .JIU. IVJLcllU clUU of ited this place on first day of cir pitch, and lor an in colts $40 to $55. ad Fdley's Honey and Tar KY. JtK ' cuit court. Finding such a large novation that is'hbped will arouse j.n used this story would have hud ITKT W. B. Kidd has returned zi '"jHaDDier ending. bunch of them buying snide elec- the enthusiasm of the the most ap25 and 50c )avis&Co., Mt. Vernon, tric belts and colored watei for athetic. The program calls first for West Virginia where. he went to Wr Brodhead; Hagan Bros medicine, he gave it up; conclud- the appearance of the Cook County ceive the export cattle he recej purchased there, He weighe ing it was too big a job and left for Deraocrtic Marching Club, an orPILE CURE. parts where he could find one at a ganization that hails from Chicago. 509 which averaged 1 ,360 pp Wine, iKflXHHHikSalve y time to whack upon the head with The club will be headed by Mayor and which cost $4.85. It gives tt1 er Dftmnornt. ?9EREHHHiLKi I wi l ioon effect' his handy club. Harrison and will visit Louisville, y ,,Wirammt,;-i.'Mr!m- n rul is.& Co Howard Willsou gives tus.; rm2 Jt Kmtiy1, "niniPHti wui Frankfort and Lexington, arriving ahead; ail ir'rm-igiThe appointment of W. C. MuK at Louisville on the morning oj lowing repprtMombcigSa Hv rAflr V jBSyflBiiKfAp'iBHHVOy m- Tu-tr'lMMMMManUHh Mary touirySSMiyii r'NIHIBmSrnp,1l?!mBTHnBPlWPWH,' lin'srWH jSJfesand Dr. A Q Nov October 10th. On October 15, Mr. seers at 60 ' each!ivt: j ell as election Commissioners for Bryan will begin his tour of the f it. mi JlK.ift, Tt.VJT--. t w ' rii r txnad ibhit r buTl," 55; 'wmmimkiiMmmmstPof i 100ms on RockcasMe county is the best proof State. His itinerary has not been $20 each; 1 grade announced but as he has promised and pigs brought from $r Mt. Vernon apply of the real virtue and benefit of the 3t Goebel election law. The selection to give one week of his time to 20 snotes wt. 05 lbs., 53.25 1mMl&mmce. of these splendid gentlemen insures Kentucky, he will cover as much of grade sheep, $3.85 to $4.1 Ladies' shoes 25c honest elections which we have the state as will be possible, in that mules, $85 to $u8 each; hors 11 broughted fair prices; oats sold foVlHgc? y fought for and for this purpose the period. It will be arranged, no doubt, for him to travel by special $10 per ton; clover hay, $6 per ton; law was passed. tVill put a pad in your saddle traiu over, .the principal railroads, corn in the field, $1.55 per barrel. rror- $1 00 up to $2 50. I have making brief stops at the county From all indications England J. A. Ramsey, aucr., reports the hid fourteen years experience in seats and leading towns, and speaksale of M. T. McEldowney, admins' the leather business and guaiantee will force war upon the South Afriing from the plat form of his car. can Republic. The Bcrs have been trator of Wm. Jones, deceased, best workmanship. S W Davis. Wednesday, as fairly well attended. chased out of their former settleWILDIE. ' t The following are among the prices ments more than once aud now realized: 19 light heifers, $16 to tnxsssaEsssmm. England in its greed, wants to F.f FRANCISCO, Propr. country. It their present Born to the wife ot James Black 16.90 each; 8 heifers, $20 each; 4 Located atjlhe Depotggor. fat heifers, $27.30, nearly is a pity they are not strong enough on the 22nd a boy. 6 lat MT- heifers, $29.65; 1 fat Jersey steer, to thrash the Britons. As it is When Your Horse Is Shod By Mrs. James Parsons is visiting Ky will, in event of war, slay they $33; 1 long yearling steer, 7,so lbs., You now have to pay him the relatives and frieuds in fhe Glades r $30; good steer calf, $18.50; 3 cows thousands of tue English but the Cash. He says if you see him this week. Good Liver ' Attached Boers will finally be exterminated. pt iu pi$, iu uuu t.u ves, jjj, Ji&S&tA. drunk this year you may know .rjtL Mrs. Louis McGuire, ofrvLiving-stou- , to 35; 2 mule colts, $23 and $25.50; some one has asked him to shoe his is visiting her sister, Mrs. aged brood mares, $25 30; three Admiral Dewey's flagship, the hotse on credit. Credit will starve Meet all Trains, Day and Nijfht. filly, $40.75; year-olOlympa, surprised everybody by Shearer at this place. a man to death. Traveling Men and Railroad Winchester Demsteaming into New Yoik Buy Tues. Jones Hiatt and wife was in horse, $70.50. men Solicited. Will furs ocrat. day morning two days ahead of Wildie Monday. lunches for all trains. schedule time. The unexpected $jMr. and Mrs. W. H. Braliaman arrival created something of a pan- were visiting L T. Stewart Satur A WONDERFUL CUR r ic among the reception commit- day and Sunday. OF DIAKIUIOKA. tees, but it is not likely there will DEALER IN W. H. Jones, Nole Parsons, "Sweet Bells Jangled be any change in the celebration A PROMINENT VIRGINIA EDITOR Out of Tune and Har5h." HUGH MILLF5 program. The bay was soon alive Misses Jennie and Maud Hayes Had Almost Given Up, but Was WHISKIES' WINES, &c, &c description fltt thouShakeipre' attended the Berea Fair Saturday. They with crafts, bearing sightseers, Brought Back to Perfect Health, sand of woman. nervous nro crou, to Iclcljr, a burden nnd their families. Their whistles tooted and everybody J. Fish, J. Harvey, Bige Wood HEADQUAL1ERS FOR by Chambeilain's ,Coiic, Cholera araat df.Do.(ttons ATO .rone, and thev. lilea working up to a stage ot insanity and W. C. Ogg were in Kuovxille the bells, seem sadly out of time. Bat up Fine whiskies at $2 and and Diarrhoea Remedy. is a remedy. They can uia there COMMERCIAL MEN. commensurate with the iniDortance last week buying their fall and RBAD HIS EDITORIAL. Our Rockcastle'friends can write winter stock of merchandise. of the occasion. "Porter all trains. at McELREE'S From the Times, Hillstille, Va. or Telephone. I suffered with diarrhoea for a L.C.Smith of the firm of J. C. The Expositon and Street Fair, Jones and Smith, went to Louis- long time and thought I was past to be held at Louisville, beginning ville last week. being cured. I had spent much It brings health to the womanly October 10, will be uuder the an time and mouey aud suffered so orjranistn, and health there means Dr. L ewis went to Chicago well poised nerves, calmness, strength. spices of the Louisville Lodge of where he will remain for two much misery that I had almost de-It restores womanly vigor and power. B. O. Elks, the members of which It tones up the nerves which sufferweelcs attending a Medical Associ- cided to give up all hopes of reand disease have shattered. It Is are bending every energy and spar covery and await the result, but ing most perfect remedy ever devised SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES. tho ation. ing no expense to make the affair noticing the advertisement of to restore weak women to perfect The new county road from this health, and to make them attractive exceptionally attractive. A few Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and aud happy, jti.oo at all druggists. place to the Mt. Vernon and Richmore organization with the enterFor advice in cases requiring specDiarrhoa Remedy and also some 2x2,-- 30 inches long, all whit ial directions, address, giving sympSHOES, GROCERIES, AND prise displayed by the Elks and the mond road is open for travel. ' testimonials stilting how some toms, "The Ladies' Advisory DeC grade or better, $12 per m. Commercial Club would soon bring partment," Tho Chattanooga Mediwonderful cures had wrought by! 2x2,-- 30 inches long, red, $y GENERAL MERCHANDISE cine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. the metropolis of Kentucky out of this remedy, I decided to try it.1 XV. SMITH. Onmdcn. per 111. i:kv. J. wife used Wine of Cardui atH. C. lioma BOTi-"that easy going state that has kept .. .1HM.1, After taking a few doses I was en-W" MWUI An Epidemic of Diarrhoea. Or IU1IMIB 1x1,-- 28 inches loug,hhe $j her. her away behind cities her inferior Mr. A. Sanders, writing from Co tirely well ot that trouble, and I per m. Danin population and wealth. " ' coauut Grove, Fla., says there has wish to say further to my readers Do . rA A ville Advocate. been quite an epidemic of diarrhoea and fellow sufferers that I am a hale per m. Forty acres on the waters of and feel as there. He had a severe attack and and hearty man Boone's Fork, 2 miles east of BrodSINGLE TREE BILLETS, WE are unable to see how or why was cured by four doses of Cham well as I ''ver did in my life. O. head, adjoining James Crawford's any republican could vote for berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- R. Moore. Sold by Theo, Wesley, farm. House of 4 rooiis aud kitchMt. Vernon Ky. 38 inches,- long- white1 Gen'J Taylor when he declares him- rhoea Remedy. He says he also ' ' Manufacturer en. Good harn. Place all in grass. '$22 per m. self against the seporate coach law recommended it to others and they of l.imi' ?inl kick Good fencing, Fine locust grove To be delivered at any station as he has done. The law is a wise say it is the best medicine they ever LAST They also furnish Lip , Uniting can be used for locust posts. Two FOREVER. on K. D of L. &;:N. or K. C. one and is generally endorsed by the used. For sale by Williams & Stone, rough tinrrv m.t K,r cut springs of fine water. Call on division, will cull once every tw colored-folkcs- . druggists, Mt. Vernon, Conner Plated ,Mr. Taylor by be Wesley, Ml Steel Levers, W. T. Ckawforp Orders pr u;tlv i!l Combination licam. weel.s L. L jAjUtfn Liapecter, against thciaw shows that he$$ ing Catalogue i'rec. ""-- , rudflP Jtoery sasp ! COLD SPRING J. f Wff MASHWr1IOrVtY B. DA NT DiatilW, " " - V milk-cow- DAVIS & SO MT. VERNON. 900-pou- nd General Merchandise A1J ATJ have-arrange- d uijuiji - K "flKH'NNER FHpru TflMjr w r -- ravj 1111 For Pure Dfugs A -. -- '" 4 r ?rmmmwmm ttimwff ji mmfcifc&mzic flHlV1 'HHn gBIFsolc k. 1 PHYSICIAN'S r s:uJ WESLEY Ky. PRESCRIPTIONS .H 5M CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED At a hours, dayjor nlgtit. Mt Vernon, TOM TAYLOR'S Hotel Frith Brodhead, Blacksmith 3; VERNON- 1 j 1 9" Ai(fel?l Jmm&Z d VSRi'flHKILuKifll TOM FERRLL Miller House H)f ROWLAND.KY j Wine of Cardui Fri-da- v W, R Mclure 1 WANTED I DRY GOODS. J NOTIONS, Mr 1 W MUM WU.1.U Farm for Sale. to-da- y MT. VERNON SLIME COMPANY 2x36. - - PERFECT SCALES ONES OF 1 , Win Address BlNOHAMTON, kiug5ton, Ky. n & .r ' '.j! fan PxJti.' - , i.. . .'."IT J& r4 asaaBBae M Goebel will speak at Brodhead Fair Ckoiinds on Saturday Oct. 7th. lit. Mt ' , Varaon Signal r Ky 29 Sept 1899 P.it-.Bc- Vsok. r.i.tthtllt.VefO.J.Ky., mil mittir to .! t tt ntlfi&n r I LouuwUC & N AIHVIILC H. R. CO. I, & NLOCAL TIME CARD. 1 1:0.5 a ni Day Kftil North . 1:57 P Day Vail South When you come to town bring 1:32am your watches, clocks, spectacles to flight Ex. North hair-cu1:44. am S. C- - Franklin. Nirht ax. eoutu J. A. Landrum, Agent. Orchard James Colyer who was badly stairs in 3HIW burned from powder explosion is CHURCHES. litest darkey in seven states. able to be on the streets. CkrutUa Holds services lit A Sri Sunday A young lady wearing one of the t 11a.m. and atC:30p. m. Come and see the fine display of latestyfc hats, with an eagle quill Presbyterian Holds services on th 4th Millinery goods at popular prices. h'e'ara the following retuatk from a umdar Mrs. Ella Baker store door as she passed up the en the Second ces Baptlsi Reuben Mullins is making prep- - street here Saturday: "Well that ulght and Sunday. Suuday Saturday parations to rebuild on lot where gal caught a goose with a mighty gchsolat 9am every Sunday. Prayer long feather his house burned. nights. iittlni on Tuesday Theo, Wesley the druggist will Hous. Win. Goebel and Joe move his store to the brick opposite Blackburn will speak at Richmond LOCAL and OTHERWISE. court house recently occupied by Monday Oct. 2nd, court day. W. R. McClure succeeded by Danville Steam Laundry first Alfred Bryant. Mr. Bryant will is still on at The miners strike cJass work. Kepresentca in Mt. move his stock to house which Mr. Pittsburg. Vernon by D. S. Purdom, the Bar- Wesley vacates. A. C, Stapp was here from ber, tf 'S, C: Frankjlil our foremrn is Louisville. Foot ball is now the rage with visiting his parents at Athens, a suckJoe Ramsey paid $45 for the boys here. Bandaged feet and 7nvHr rnnntv f r T? virrirc mif ling mule colt. legs and chewed up ears are a com- U? commandment "honor thy father and mother." He has been Mrs. Charlie Spilmau is visiting mon sight. her parents here. is preaching the main support of the old folks Rev. Geo. O. Barnes Collegiate Institute opens nightly to large audiences at Stan- for many years. . -A blind bridle for 65c at S. W. Rev. Ewer will preach at Pres- CIRCUIT COURT. Davis'. byterian church Sunday morning Don't fotget the place. Cou'rt Adjourned Wednesday eve j nnd at Cbristiop. church1 Sundav Jack Lawrence was up from night. !jF Junction City Saturday sporting a . . ., , in the fljuler L'use of M,artha mostnche. 0. C. Williams is in London de lJerryagaitiht James Dobbs for . Mrs. Ella Baker will hatcher lending U W Purcell a member or)Samera Verdict for plaintiff for the Bjard of United Mine workers 75 was returned Millinery opening tomorrow Saturof America, charged with inducing day. Abe Sanims was indicted for the miners fo Laurel 'couuty to.strike. murder of Felix Mink, tried, Suits made to order, a fit guarHon. Janus D. Black and Judge found guilty and sentenced for anteed, from $7.50 up Houk in the penitentiary. R. G, Williams will speak at d fifteenyears &son. on Tuesday Oct..3rd at W. Alcorn; C. W. Lester; T. n Mrs. M. C. Williams and ch 1:30 p. 111. and Mt. Vernon 7:30 J. Culton'and the . "Duke of Crab are out from Stanford visiting p. m. same date. Turn out and Orchard" were the visiting at , friends and relatives. hear these gifted speakers. torney: . Ciab-Qrchar- Fair; .. - ' S9K ? . , n npr. a 1 Tiirr svs-i i P - Our Fall and Winter stock of Dry Goods, Boots and" Shops nro pnrriinrr in Gvervrlav. i 1 ild-re- c. Department we have everything that youneed and as cheap can bo sold anywhere, "Our Boot and Shoo Department is complete with th best andjmost stylish boots and shoes made. When you 2&L For the best shave or Middleshnro will have a grand w antra fcood boot or shoe come to us. t to '"e had within Fair and (Midway on Oct. . .! lst ...4-t5. 6 arid ' fll.tM l3.sisMr rinnwtrYiMf to nlon gl4 miles of old Crab 7th. The event promises to be the r In fact, if you want anything to eat and wear go to Sam Blakemore, up hicrcrest fhinsr of the venr in that fresh gooQls. Gover's building. The po ne for round comedo " ' -- In ;our Dry Goods K1 a . Church-Servi- trip 'otnall railroads . YOU, ought to know that when suffering'froin any kidney trouble For Sale. A large that u safe, sure remedy is Fooley's old mule ready for delivery Sep Kidney Cure. Guaranteed or monHugh Miller. ey refunded. C C. Davis & Co., tember 1st. -- HOUK & SON four-mont- Mt. Vernpuj Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bjfos., Livingston. COURT CALENDAR. County Court. Fourth Ma day in each month. Quarterly Court. Fiist Monday in January, April, July and October. 1 ..,? H-- of Chamber lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the treatment of bowel complaints has made it standard over the greater part of the civilized worle. For sale by Theo, Wesley, Mt. Vernon, Ky. thegrT Success STRAYED OR STOLEN Froiii J. W. Baker, one mile West county, ofWallaceton one laree black mare, short tail, shjyjHb rightjMe 'foot lately shod, foretop g .or 10 years old; 16 j$sAlso light bay horse about 15J4 hands A saddle liorse; late- Any one istula. The ford with his old time earnestness W. S. Cummins, who has a Monday Oct. 2nd. butcher shop, besides various oth if. Ravemvood did jurv and vigon' The Sage of jVdilllMnllHillllMIL enterprises at Livingston, ceful information service this court. J; J. Bloomer has returned from he hassome money saved, ih be paid $5 everbody go to the speaking Missouri after sixteen years Let pay to persons.wh miMPim1. &rAHirWiBiak: ,EMV. Baker and wili locate at Wood- Ut Brodhead Oct. 7t- ' rVvsewfflHNitwnte liiiniiMPl JPfcT1 n mi . W(r,'lrHlc otocil.r lo dotuc-a iKSrf ..i ... 4Lllltc j -, . :, , : . "' W t&traAl. with Livineston.J r. 5T- The Courier Journal says the FoleVs-HIfjuejt V,KMlrt'EBX2 rASMi5UmJr'm.J ' of fef Our friend Champ is doing a drouth in most How can it be done Fmv;nimmBur fSW3Bzf-.v,-. parts of the state has TTBiftnt TvfcJBB MfcVE i ntrnplr r ELECTROPIOSE CO, 5i34 3iHtt'''''VLy'aHSpKvSsW "severe cold if St., Louisville, Ky. nice furniture business. been broken. This portioif&lre-main- s easy for S. W. Dav's Half-sol- e "ures coughs, colds mens' and boy's sho d ry. TofcTavlorsavs some scoundrel pc, hoarsness, diffi-- , for 30c, 40c, and 50 cents per pair, Good Watch Absolutely Free. shot and killed his horse. whooping cough, Ed. Jones who is inspecting Half-solboy's shoes for ate. asthma or also staves for J. H. Williams on this sumption, We" want your name for PAS Blackburn will Half-solSenators girl's shoes for 15c and bron r Gives positive reliet TIME, a brigth, clean, illustrated and C V. branches was home for 25c. speak at Brodhead Oct. 7th. in ktBR' stages of consumption, ronchitis. Guaranteed story and humorous paper for the Dr Davis fays milt Doan is a few days. as thin J. G. Hackley, of Lincoln coun fever, C. C.TDavis & Co., Mt. Vernon; family circle, 16 large pages, only slowly recovering from Our reporters will please remem- ty, a nephew of the editor of Sig- Qr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros., 75c a year; pn trial 4 mouth, 10c. enber they can call us on telephone nal left Saturday for Harvard Livingston. Waler Turpin is now night We give a nicle silver watch to where they have important news University, Boston. He will finish gineer at the'Langlord Quarry. each subscriber, a neat medium- ' up his don't fail to do so. A "Word to Mothers. studies in electrical enginsize watch, guaranteed for one year. Three members' of Mat Pikes eering, a science he has been much Mothers of children affected with Will keep time for many years as measles, family at Marctburg have Rev. Carmical will begin a prointerested in for several years. croup or a severe cold need not hes- accurately as a $100 watch. And MrsW, A.. Morrow accompanied tracted meeting at Scaffold Cane itate to administer Chamberlain's for a lute work we give Gold WatchAiirea uryant, tne young man her husband here from Somerset. tomorrow, and one at Preachers-vill- e CoUgh Remedy. It contains no es, Bycles.teewing Machines, Guns, who bought tile store of W. R. on Saturday Oct. 7. Fry is back lrom Tenueesee opiate nor narcotic in any form and etc. Sample and particuars free. Will McClure. is an energetic son of where he had a siege of smallpox. Houk & Sou with James Houk, Adams Bryant, a clever gentleman may be given as confidently to the Send us your address if you an adult. The great do no more, and see how easly you of Cedarville. Jr. as manager, are increasing their and had some experience in the habeas Mrs. J. J. Bker who has been very sick, is recoveri- trade right along. Drop in and see mercantile business with Hicks success Vnuthas attended its use in can get something nice you want. treatment of 'colds and croup We will surprise you. Pleasedon.t their big stock of new goods. ng& Co. of Bluefield W. Va. We the has won for it the approval and wait, send now. Better enclose 5 Go to the Goebcl speaking at J. T. Stephens of fiDispuatnta predict for him a nice trade. praise it has received throughout with complains that his Signal is being Later. Alfred Bryant will the Uuited States and in many stamps for trial subscription or 43 Brodhead and take a basket for watch postage and paper, delayed somewhere on the road. move his stock of goods to the Pen- foreign lauds. For sale by Theo, stamps you. while the watches are going free. nington Store house in West part Wesley, Mt. Vernon, Ky. N. B. Hayes spoke to an appreci- We are looking the matter np. The PASTIME Pub. Co., Louisof town. Call and see him. ative crowd of Democrats here last ville, Ky. W. C. Webb of Pittsburg was on week. To Builders. J. W. Marler Wednesdays tiain going to StanC.J. Lovell, of Orlando, was ford to see the base ball game be- & Sous uow have their mill on one An Illinois boy was asked to Miss Grade- .McCall has been with us Wednesday and renewed tween Stanford and Pittsburg team. of the best sites in the county and write an essay on Masonry, and are fully prepared to cut bills to very sick.'' his subscription. here is what he wrote:- "King Bryan will arrive in Kentuckyon order on very short notice. LumMrs. Mat Pike and children, Solomon was a man who lived so M. Thompson, a respectJames 16th and speak on 16th 17 and 18th ber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon ed farmer, aged 70 died near Level closing at Louisville on the la tter if desired. Give us your orders and Oltye au4 Betha, are very sick with many years in the country that he measles. was the wiiqle push. He was an Gieeu Saturday. date. He will speak from a special get promnt attention and the besl W. A. andjPat Hunt, Oltye Rey- awfully wise man and one day two Mrs. Hiram Fish is visiting her train. A mad dog passed through here nolds and Will Pike, are in Louis- women came to him, each holding sou J. H. Fish, telephone operator J. H. Albright has a dozen or Wednesday morning. After biting ville employed on the L. &N. to the leg of a baby and nearly puliat Fountain Head, Tenn. more farms of his own within a 3 a hog here it passed on west andbit railroad. ng it in two, and each claimeing it Mrs. Geo' Brown's millinery ope- mile circuit of Brodhead, which he J. S Joplin who lives a mile from King Solomon wasn't feeling Mr. and. Mrs, Tillman Houk And immediately Write him at here. Mr. Joplin ning Saturday was well attended will sell or rent. right good and he said: 'Why tf boarded a ttainand went to Stanford spent Saturday and Sunday with couldn't the brat have been twins Brodhead. and many sales were made. to have a mad stone applied. The their mother, Mrs. G. Roberts, of and stop this bother?' And then be W. C Mullins, W. H. Jones and Gum Sulpher. W. R. McClurc, who sold his dog was next heard of at Brcdhead called for his miachete and was go'are the election Dr. A. G. Lovell Mjss Mollie Houkj who teaches ing to Weylerize the poor innocent stock of goods to Alfred Bryant, where it bit ot attempted to bite 'co inmissio'ners for this county. opened a stock of groceries in Larkin Wells who also went to school at May wood, Ky., came ttle baby, and give each woman a has Rev. G. G. Rageu, of the Meth- the house diagonally opposite court Stanford to the madstone hnt no home Friday on a visit to home- piece of it, when the real mdther of, odist church will preach at the house. He says he is gwine to abrazion .belug found of caurse lolks accompanied by a Mrs. Ram- the baby said: 'Stop, Solomon stay court house here next Sunday. there was no need of applying the bo. sell mighty low. thy hand. Let the old hag have 't. stone. The dog was killed at BrodCommissioner Jas I: White is The supper givtu here last Sat- If I can't have a whole babv I won.t Dispatch says the 31st regiment, head. Nearly everyone is carrying making extensive inpoivements on urday night week was a great suc- have any. ' Then Solomon told her are t.vo Mt. Vernon a gun and dogs had better lay low dwclling.atid around his' place. in which there his cess in everv particular, owing to to take the baby and go home and boys will be delayed at Quarantine, for awhile. the kiudness of the people of Brod wash its face, for he knew it was Our friend John Rentier writes San Francisco on account of small You assume no risk when you head. The amount realized was hers. He told the other woman to lrom his old post office Comet Mo., pox breaking out among the solgo chase herself. King Solomon buy Chamberlain's Colicr Cholera, $22,30. to change hipaper to Yeakly, Mo. diers. built Solomon's Temple and was and Diarrhoea Remedy Theo. Dr. E. J. Brown, of Stanford, on the yard the father of Masons. He had 700 There is more staves Oliver Wsllin ordained to the min- Wesley, Mt. Vernon, will refund spent Sunday night with S. H. for shipping than wives and 300 lady friends and that's here awaiting cars istry Sept. 23rd at Freedom church. your money if you. are not satisfied Martin, and both being anything why there are so many Masons in was ever.'niowu before at one time. The deacons from Brodhead and after using it. It is everywhere else but "bolters" Eave "Gobel- world. My papa says King the admitted to be the most successful ism" full discussion. Congressman Bailey of Texas Pine Fill churches assisting. Bro. Solomon was a warm member, and remedy in use for bowel complaints will b;gin speaking in Kentucky Wallinisone of our county boys Miss Berda Martin and Mis. Lou I think he was hot stuff myself. and the only one that never fails. for the. Democratic ticket 011 Otit. ami a bright young mail. We pre- Purcell 'vfefted friends at Brod- - That is nil I know abut Kiug Sol It is pleasant, safe and reliable. diet a grand work by htm'. joth. neau sunaay. omon. " """ w. ab-scen- ce mm . ) j - Ji -- p!im v " jBMMmiiMLmxmmmu& seso y fJ Suffer, The Eleciropoise Cures all diseases without the use of mediciue. A pure Oxygen treatment, by absorption. It cures where everything else fails. It i3 needed in every family, for it will relieve every weakness or ailment, to the most persistent chronic disease, and without the use of a grain of medicine, Thousands of people all over the United states, from private citizens to lawyers, Doctors, Preachers, Supreme Judges, Editors, etc., even Crowned Heads of Europe have given written testi monials, of these facts. Book of testimonials, and matter of great with price of instruments sent tree. Every family should have an Electropois; it saves money, induces health. Send your ad- dress at once ?,nd see what people sav who have tliorotjchlv tested its wanted merits. Agents THE Don't Circuit Court. Second Mom day in February, Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember. s , Mt. Vernon Police Court; Third Monday in each month. P. A. "i Pennington, D. D. S.; M. D. DENTST, N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts. LOUISVILLE. KY. Will be at Miller House, Mt. Vernon during all Circuit Courts. st S. N. SURVEYOR Davis - Mt. Vernon, Ky. tlr Mti-nt- Also, an Ageut for Tailors in the worlr" a e culyiHI: e cmr R. L BROWN, Attorney a -- t-- La w, MT. VERNON, KY. G. W. Mcclurk. J. W. Brow. I McCLURE & BROWN Attroneys-aULaw- , Mt. Vernon, Ky. All business entrusted to our caret will receive prompt attention. Office on Main street C. C. Attorney-a-La- w, to-d- a WILLIAMS, Mt. Vernon Ky. 8&.0ffice on 2nd floor of new brick on Church street. Special' attention given to collections. TSiafeTBURa - R. G. WILLIAMS, Attorney MT. at-La- w - VERNON. KY. DR. A. G. LOVELL, k Physician and . Surgeon1 street MT.VERNON, Office North slide Mnln Pure Liquors . Traylor whiskey $2 35 Traylor whisky fr? 00 Win Tarr whiskey $3 5b Brandy $3 00 per gallon No charge for jugs No. CO'D, on occount of ru icg of U S Court Send Cash, Order or Express Money Order W. O. SPEED, Stanford. Ky goods-shippePost-offic- e d ' For Sale. Three houses and .- ri lots in Orlando also a good farm on Cove branch 135 acres. Good building's and out houses. Good grass land as well as highly productive foi otherjlcrops. Well wa teredw. rOwebs, Orlando, ''NW timi.ii.tmf I MimnmimitinmmiaiaiMiMiNmiii iiii( 77ie Procterf Man Setteth i ! His House in Order, Your human tenement should be given i I even more careful attention than the I house you live in. Set it In order by 3 t thoroughly renovating your whole sys- tern through blood made pure by 'taking I nuoa s jarsaparuia. men every urgan g t wui ait prompt ana rcyumriy. X i Totile McFaddsn Say, yri is disappoint, ed. De las' chapter of dis book says dat da beautiful herocen lired to be an old woman and was highly respectsd. We don't want nothink about no old woman. W at wa wants is ao new. woman, an"," yousecan t give us somethifik about de new woman, give us our nickel back and we'll buy chestnuts, See f Washington Post. -- Thor Wert at. GIRAFFES IN AFRICA. A Few IprrlmrBi nnre sleets Feat. In Ilia Centra) Part of taa Dark Continent, From time to time . liHUuua MllWIlIMIIMIlIHIlllllIMIlllllllltl . 3P I 1 est Trade. "How arc things moving long in the buin" these days?7' "Well, I notice that sine, the Dreyfus ver- D ,don f, ? more order for fried frogs . legs." hKt " Tribune. Chicago God (fives a man his tools', but he must quire his trade'. Ram's Horn. ac- Its Effect tho taking two after This I am sure has caused in? bad health for the past three years. I am still taking Cascarets. the only cathartlo worthy of notice by senslblo people." uio. w. uowxxs, uaira, Mass. CASCAKETS. "A tape worm eighteen feet lone at my scene least came on TAPE WORMS CANDY TKAOf MANN ftlOISTtRfO jm$ n T")nM IwcoJUato Flessant. ralatabln. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good. Never Sicken, Weaken. or Drlpe.lOc. 2ic,tOc. SltrlLf Ktrnttf Cmp..;, C.l.r, Mnlml, Stir TV. your eyes? Bad taste in yourmouth? It's your liver I Aver. Pills arc nvcr puis, i ncy cure constipation, headache, dyspepsia, and all liver complaints. 25c. All druggists. Want your moaitach or beard brown or rich blMk T Than nit vnitrharl net a DYE . rh3P.Inh.rtrnl ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... 8oI(1 an1 dmhUIuI S1J BU" I fnaranteed by all druf KM, to C1JKK Tobacco Habit. BUCKINGHAM'S OCT, ftp t"VOytTt ft. Mail A CO Natxvai BaBsssaspivAtfsiMia4MiassiBssssiMlaBiMBIBtM Ivi.C: AVnnted Ills Itecord Corrected. "You are charged with scorching," said the maaistrate in a. it.m vni "Tk. . heeman who overhauled you says you were goitjft at least 15 miles sn hour Ihcre must be some mistake about this., your honor. T FIFTY CENTS FOIl N07H1S0. f CUr5e' f C0U"e' thcy a11 What will the Inventive brain of man elalm'that'' do next? This is a question honor," continued the bicyclist asks almost dally. There is one, though!"! at" poaitive that I wad going at least who leads nil others, who for a quarter 20 miles an hour." Ohio State Journal. of a century has been making fine launDo Yonr Feet Aehc nnd Ilarnr is offering the dry starch, and y Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot-Easpublic the finest starch ever placed on a powder for the feet. It makes tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures Corns, the market. Swollen, Ask your grocer for a coupon book snd Sweating Smarting, Hot, Callous, Sore, Feet. All Druggists and Shoe which will ennblc you to get the first sen u, joc. sample sent i'KEK. two packages of this new starch, "RED Stores Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. CROSS" (trade mark brand) also two l'rcnchlnar and Practice. children's Shakespeare pictures, paintThe man who invented a perfect method ed In twelve beautiful colors, natural as for the culture of the memory forgot his hat. life, or the Twentieth Century Girl Cal- The man who wrote a book inttructim? man-kinhow to live a hundred years died at 88. endar, all absolutely free. All grocers are authorized to give ten large pack- The woman who wrote a book to prove that there is death has ages of "RED CROSS f.TARCH" with ChristiannoRegister. buried two husbands. Eltor.-Cottcrlll plcte specimen may now be obtained. The existence of giraffes In Marlmbn la remarkable; the nren In which they are found is extremely restricted, nnd their number appears to be very few. The one shot, however, was In n herd of about 35. The nearest country north of Mnrlmba In which giraffes are known to exist Is north of Mnrcrcs, where the expedition met with them many years ago. To the south Mulnheleland Is the nearest giraffe country. tbnt giraffes existed In British biliousness an3 Centrnl Africa, on the Loangwa rlrer, pepsia, private Revenue liver trouble, See Stamp covers the that a but, although thnt river valley hns been neck of the bottle. frequently visited during- the last toil Looks All night. yrnrs by Kuropennn, no authentic "Doesn't the bicycle make you feel on tho point hns ever hepn younger? ' asked the expert. obtained, say the Ilrltish Central Af"Well, I won't exactly say that," replied rican Gazftte. Itccently, however, a the elderly novice, "but it certainly makes giraffe was shot on the eaajfbank of the me looH younger." I.onngwn, In the Marirabrfdlstrict, by a ' "Hovisthat?" through space as I occa'Why, to sail Europnn prospector, and Its akin (In- sionally do certainly gives the appearance of complete) sent In to Capt, Chichester, In youthful activity, ro matter how I may feel Miirr.ml's country. The hinder hnlf nt about it.' Buffalo News. the akin Is being sent to the British Expansion museum, and It is hoped thnt a com- - Means navinir rent for nnnr frm I ial I It hns been The neat Mas Win.. ' Prise fighting may not be a pleasant. sab-ftc-t, but it tcaphes a lesion nevertheless the inability of men to bold the championship for any length of time. How unlike that great cpampion of health, Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, which has never been beaten, and for fifty years has met and conquered the worst coses of constipation, dys- Ills of women overshadow their whole live Some women aro constantly getting medical ment and are never well. "A woman best under: women's ills, and the women who consult Mrs. Pinkham In her counsel practical assistance. Mrs, Pinkham's address is Lynn, Mass. A I I "HE ' the time, to secure a good farm nn v, Hl'eago, Milwaukee & St. Paul il Railway in Marinette County. Wisconsin, wucru me crops arc oi tnc uest. work plenty, fine markets, excellent climate, pure soft water, jan,i t0$ cj,Cap and on long time. Why rent a farm when you can buy ?inet4Vc.8.? thaJ1 yo.u F'y for rentf Address 0. E. Rollins, Land Agent, 101 La Salle St., Chicago, III. OI ln,e the mm ii ia w. to-dn- Bun-ion- -- v .- d Mrs. Mabel Good, Correctionville, la., tells how Mrs. Pinkham saved her life.. She says: ' I cannjthank you enough for what your medicine has done forme. I can recommend it as one of the best medicinea on earth for all women's ills. I suffered for two years with femalo weakness and at last became bedfast. Throe of our best doctors did mo no good so I concluded to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. After taking a few bottles of your medicine, I was able to do all my house work. I know that your " " 7iMMWM-W'mmedicino raised me from MILL D A a bed of sickness and perhaps death, and am very thankful for what it has done for me. I hopo that every suffering acds,-"Tr'sf aaiaaj woman may be per v r iit'i.i suaded to try your medicine." Get Mrs. Pinkham's advico as soon as you begin to bo puzzled. Tho sick headaches and dragging sensation como from a curable cause. Writes help as soon as they ap. pear. L Mrs. Dole Stanley, C a m p b e llsburg, Ind., writes: " Dear Mrs. Pinkham I was troubled with ,sick headache and was so weak and nervous, 1 could hardly go. A friend called upon me ono evening nnd recommended Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, saying that she knew that it would cure me. I then sent for your medicine and after taking five bottles of it, I was entirely cured. I cannot praise it enough." -. PRAGTIGi HELP FOR SUFFERING WOMEN o a'cM d' r VTJI ate?88C F asHalSSaffRaT Zx I twenty of the Shakespeare pictures or ten of the Twentieth Century Girl Calendars to the first five purchasers of the It I ami n In Anstrla. curious attempt at English wss me otner aay irom the label of a vention. bottle of kummel at Kitzbuhcl: "This fine aroinatieal liquor of cumin being carefullst Mlis Proctor's Yonthfnl Critics. Miss Mary Proctor, the nstronnmpr unci ursilllated by me from PTniri.K. nr..n in must be recommended at the host lecturer, takes a deep interest in social setccllent and savory hygienical middle." tiement work in the big cities, and frequently gives her personal services toward enterxriuunc. taining poor children and adults. Generally1 Core n Cold In One cr icciurcs are very wen received, jtiany. sbsbVbsV tlvo Bromo Quinlno Jtay Tablets. All in im.t nuuiences ouen manliest Keller inuimoncyintiaustocuro. 25c tention than those drawn from liiuhop cles. Now and then there are excenti rowtleil Out. On one occasion a bright-eyelittle boy, ... IT! 1 to make room for more in- mc lit .1... .rum row ...T.I. nis eyes nxea II wiin the speaker was asked how he liked it: remarisea tho editor, as guess," he said, "it was pretty good, lie oi ucans nnu taciucd WWmK?l wuftiit u ibik nuuui lions and liVr.'' lccturtBjnTK .;,. ': M oeiier tor very body." At another s youngster criticised her as follows r Putnam' ffaftl 'yes all, --verv wi.ll- tO talk "' - ?V- - WLOTt -. ' nnnir liars, There y5f course, who believe that sort of thlfijCbOtyrf lypi and Wcjmstffllnett, iiiiiiKs siie can iooi us boys with sucB urug juc cnVeoricjiBioi(roc JIii,5iand'hey will for- niT j'V'i?. ke K vefy much mistaken.-- ? Philadelphia Post. M y envelope of Putnam ENDLESS CHAIN STARCH BOOK. This is one of the greatest offers ever made to introduce "RED CROSS" laun- The II mt Prescript Inn for Chill Fever Is abottlo of Gnovr.'s TASTM.ns.' CunxToNic. Ills slmplylrotiandmilnlnolt tasteless form. No riiro ThU no pny. rrlce,M)i' TJP t&. flBaW ii'ji f ., 8tM C9V9f999 f -ajinijaynip l assaw J dry starch, J. C. Hubjngcr's latest In- English a Written t i -' h ORD wSmfi . HOUSE, " ihts?i MAMMOTH V v '150-13- 'KEWar'- - J- l fcwF -2 154 cK CH1CAQO. d "i --- ..- til hf :" 1 frriVMrxStKmMAnHa.AcSMTkt ysA &'&fftrtUu WVfmh I FASHIONABLE AUTUMIN AND WINTER SKIRT, i qualltjalt woo1tormer!nthenewfah. ?V?0? ThJl.hf,nJjom?Wrtlnadeoffinesatin from waist. In fancy design as illustrated. loDablo shape t tlyllthly trimmed with black !,"""'" "'a wvuciicoii U4 Ulll n ftui uitra-a- Home Seekers' Excursions via You'll enjoy wearing It cause it Four lloute." To the North. West. Northwest. Soul west, South and Southeast. Selling dates Auzust 15th. Sentember 5th and llith: ant on October 3d and 17th, 1899, at one fare, plus s.uu to authorized points in the iok lowinz states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, British Columbia, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Indian Territory, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Klinnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Manitoba, New Mexico, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Oklahoma, South Carolina. South Dakota, Texas, Wyoming, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin, Washington. For full information and particulars as to rates, routes, tickets, limits, r privileges, etc., call on Agents "Big Four Route," or address the undersigned. W. P. Deppe, A. G. P. & 1. Agt., Warren J. Lynch, Gen. Pass, it Tkt. Agt., Cincinnati, 0. stop-ove- A man vrtin ( nn.1.1. 1 .It. Terest he feels in himself. Chi- t possesses Individual be- Mews. Pnnnmnlinn KilinK medicine F. R. Lotr. 1305 Tnillirl PiCtVa rStf Tnr E?t., style, Covington, Ky., Oct. 1, 1894. Atchison Globe. re have heArd nf KfvirtV lm( nnn whn rnillrl oninv n ilV. nn k;M..i la aBaalBaaaaaaBiBaaVs'"'' price is only about half the value. To be cause the Is taken Internally. Price 75c. Ilnll'a Catarrh Car. marked by degrees, ndlptre ffraduntps nnri thprmrtmitf.n urn Chicago Daily News. One who has a mind to think will soon have a thinking mind. Ram's Horn. s MaavW i -- "Did you ever kiss a girl when she He "Yes; but only or ice. Mie made me do it over again when she looking.' Town Topics. wasn't looking!" She VV ,!?. Y9 t5" r B touch with the centers of fashion at all times. enumerated among our customers means to be In close raaninn. P'",Vf.'i at " "T'PflF as-v i.ssaairi puiiii skirt have been ointKed. It is lined throushoui with high grade percaline and be- substantial Interlining; f Dounu wnn oeii water-proobinding: made with under box plait and patent snsp fasteners in the baok to prevent spreading, open; bound seams. The accompanying illustration having been made from a photograph of the skirt; accurately portrays the gracefulness of each fold and Una and gives a clear conception of the tray It will hang whan worn. This is a bargain of unusual interest to every lady who desires something not too expensive, at the same time possessing style equal to mora costly garments and quality that is wonderfully serviceable. Colors are navy Sizes i blue or black. Waist, 2 to 30 inches) length, jp to 44 inches. tii iw.asr "j-jv- n it Larger sues extra. Price 20 per cent vv.yO n l M Itching Burning Sqaly Blotchy Humors Instantly Relieved and .Speedily Cured by THE MARKETS. Cincinnati, Sept. : LIVESTOCK Cattle.commoa I Select butchers CALVES Fair to good light... HOGS Coarse nnd Heavy Mixed packers Llcht shippers SHEEP-Cho- lce 2 75 4 8) 0 3 40 4 45 4 4 ii CO a75 a w a s oj 3 eBs u-s'-, rift ,1 'i Mtv?ftPgyp-?'y- I OUR MAMMOTH CATALOGUE aP J?afciW xLa -- E LAMHJ Sprint FLOUK Winter patent (3KAIN Wheat No. 2 red No. 3 red Corn N . 2 mixed Oats No. 2 Kye-- No. 2 HAY Prime to rholco pork PKOVISIONS-Me- ss BUTTER APPLES 3 4 b 3 35 w 5 oo & 3 60 g2SssSI 7:y1aSiiiiiiTi 71 25 fQCfifw ja.- ZsRSbmSw "i,e' W IsfTBaf Bt3luMr&JP aUL-"Ml- L 1125 r. TfjtfXBwaKbsr. aSS (if lSi Hra"r,V tt&sSSirtJiV pisiXjASwni la which is listed at lowest wholesale prices everything to eat, wear and use, is furnished on receipt of only 10c. to partly pay postage or expressage, and as evidence of good faith the 10c. is allowed on first purchase amounting to $1.00 or above. Lird (uticura Tho Itching nnd burning I suffered In my feet, and limbs for? three years were terrible. At night they were worse and would keep foe awnke a I consulted ITCH I NG Breater Part oi t,i0 night. road most ofdoctor after doctor, my time, also one a9 1 was travel"ng on tho I 0f our city doctors. None of the doctors know what tho trouble was. I got n lot of the different samples of the medicines I had been using. I found them of so many different kinds that I concluded I would havo to go to a Cincinnati hospital l)cforo I would get relief. I had frequently been urged to try CUTICURA REMEDIES, but I had.no faith in them. My wife Anally prevailed upon mo to try them. Presto"! What a change I I am now cured, and It Is a permanent cure. I feel like kicking some doctor or myself for suffering three years when I could, have used ,11. JENKINS, Mlddloboro, Ky. CUTlCUllA remedies. POTA'lbES-P- Choice ere mcr Choico to fancy cr brl CHICAGO. .1 Choi.-- dairy .. 3 00 1 40 3 60 C3 to 3 so o l to Bnjl? iwirvJSfi h t9Mt C. T. .- -. re I l k ygjaga FLOUR Winter patent GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red No. Chicago sprint,' OATS a W 3 o 71 35 tuim-- in PORK Mess LARD Steam NEW YORK. FLOUR Winter patent ,.. WHEAT-N-o. 2rcd CORN-N- o. 2 mixed... RYE OATS Mixed PORK N?w Mess LARD Western BALTIMORE. FLOUR-FamGRAIN-Wheat-- No. ' 7 60 6 SO 3 00 22Ut E1K a 820 QbVH A 80 i 76 Kidneys, Liver mmem& J' MOFFETT. and Bowels W. L. DOUGLAS --- Acts gently on the Rey.(nowBlshop)JosephS. Key, WroUl "tTegSTeyoarTCETIIINi fTeethina: I'ond.rii to tur lliila irrandrhlld Tlth the happiest results. Tlif fffcctSHrealmoitmai. Irnl and ccrtalnlr mare saUslartorr (Teething Powders,) than from any thing st eier nstd. " Uiils oaly 25 Cents. Ask your Druggist for it. ,r"t,,,Ryt?KlKUta eethinA F J. l i I.ott.'c. M. D.. St. ..wwvty rf .vasw M. imrc 9 00 a a 0 28K a 69 a& C5 40U leanses the System srrtD $3 & $3.50 SHOES "I1?" ...r. Worth $4 to $0 compared with otner manes. 65 Indorsed by over 1,000,000 wearers. TT. READEIIS OF TUIS PArEIt DESiniNO TO BUT ANYTHING ADVKUTISED IN ITS COLUMNS BUOULD INSIST UPON UAV1NO WHAT THEY ASK FOB, IIEFUS1NQ AU. SUBSTITUTES OK IM1TATION& lly No. v Southern Corn 3 red 3 lb 65 3 50 Kfa Speedy Cure Treatment Bathe the affected parts with HOT water and CUTICURA SOjiP to cleanse the skin 'and scalp of crusts and scales, and soten the thickened cuticle. Dry, without hard rubbing, and apply CUTICURA Ointment freely, to yllay itching, irritation, and inflammation, and soothe and heal, and lastly take CUTICURA RE SOL VENT to cool and cleanse the blood. This sweet nnd wholesome treatment affords Instant relief, permits rest and sleep In tho severest forms of eczema nnd other Itching, burning, and scaly humors of tho skin, scalp, and blood, nnd points to a speedy, permaucnt, and economical cure when all other remedies and even the best physicians fall. nd Hmolvskt (hU Miei He. gol Price. Tns Bit. ll.23i.or; 6oi, 2Se Oiwtmint.'eOc. So(e Props., Do;jon, Um. "BOW Cam, Cost., throughout the world. 'Pottsi Dauo a : Itcblag, Saly Humors," pisHta.frt. t (nit Oatv-N-o. 2 white Ho No. 2 western CA1TLE First quality.... b 00 H03& Wcstorn 520 INDIANAPOLI& GRAIN-Wh- eat Na 2 red & Corn No. 2 mixed & Oats Na 2 mixed LOUISVILLE. FLOUR Winter palcnt 3 45 No. 2 red Corn Mixed. GO , Oats Mixed. GRAIN-Wheat-- Mixed. a (ffl 72' 73 40 W 68 6 20 5 30 67 2Z HtualCon"'! BIC,AUCT5BVT THE ttEHVINt-MAH'F'D nvFRCOMES L PERMANENTLY - aaatkhlhk A U II..JU.' b.tt.M. Take no substitute claimed to be as good. Largest makers of S3 and S3.S0 shoes tn tl) world. Your dealer should keep them If not, we will send yoa State analronrecelDtofDrlce. of leather, size and width, plain or cap toe. ALL LEATHERS. TIIS GKSIISK h ALL STYLES .a. andprlc. st.Hr. 9n W. L Catalogue I) Free. DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton. Mass. a 3 By 1AILS, HI Best bUHto WntKt ALL tLSt Good. Cough Syrup. Tastes &5 70 25 0 00 3IJ (AUIvRNIApGYRVF. PORK-M- os'. LARD Steam..,.. is 62 ," V roa suoYiiemj5iiTi rc,; rB rnct sa. nsMmt. tvr..t E Crl In tlma. Hold bv dmcrfflsUL Use CJ HI BK1 Take no other It Is the best that can bo made. s B lXa O l"ariuaneatlr Cnr.il, Nofltsornsrv- I Oousnessafternrstdar'anseof Ur. Klines Great Nerve ltestorer. aa trial bottle and traatlss free. Pr.lt. Ii. KL1NK. Ltd.. IQI Arch Ht..Phlla.. Pa, Monthicostly freei we want county) Mann $75 woman in everyoutfit apBlyquick.atnan of facturera, aoia Market bi.. I'hlladslDhla. A. N. K.- -E 1780 WJUCN AVKlTlN TO ASTRTlcaLs please state thaS yea saw the Adwat Mil' snent In thla paper. iARTERSlNK rS To care, or money, refunded by your merchant, so why not try it? Price 50c. h Tk n Ci j-- a &M 1M, , , f