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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1899. t t rt 1S98, asked congress for authority to ippincs oy Duying Jt irom opain. i ah, make the armv, not temporarily, but my friend", you 'can't buy a tltlo of permanently, a hundred thousand 8.003,000 Filipinos. You can't buy it strong, and tho Republican house of from u discredited monarch after we representatives, prompt to do his bid- armed the Filipinos toijflght ding, authorized this great Increase, against that monarch. And yet those and but for tho Democrats, tho Popu- - great questions and all tho other ques-llsand Silver Republicans In the sen- - tions that I havo mentioned nrc.now ato wo would havo a standing pressing upon tho people for solution; army of 100,000. and while these questions that affect 'This increase was asked, not to put tho very foundation of our government, down tho Philippine war. It was asked questions that affect the welfare of the two months before there was a Philip- - people, questions that affect tho firutn-pln- o war. If tho Republican party re- - clal policy of 70,000,000 of freemen-mai- ns in power the army will be raised. while these questions are pressing If an imperial policy Is indorsed by the upon us for solution there aro some people and followed by the govern- - Democrats who think that this lj the ment we will havo an army of 100,000, right time to divide. I am. not hefe" to n and when you vote this fall you aro to enter into a discussion of that or to commend tho policy of tlon. My friends, I do notice- President on these great questions. llevo anything in that conventlofiijjvas And when these great questions arc at so bad as to deserve tho rcmeaythat stake, shall people stop to quarrel they want to apply, namely, the'elcc-tio- n among themselves as to who would of the Republican ticket and a f Applause. have been the best man to havo nom- Republican senator. inated for any particular office? Why, "And when men tell mo whaMhqy to my mind, bringing a great contest think has been done, the Question T liko this down to tho low level of a ask of them is, what is your remeny? scramble over personalities and per- Democrats, arc you dissatisfied with sons is degrading tho issues for which what has been done? I ask you what n wo contend. What difference docs it is your remedy? Is it to elect mako whether my Democrat or your stato ticket? Is it to elect a Democrat or somebody else's Democrat Republican senator? I do not believe Is nominated? Is not any Democrat you will apply that remedy wjicn'you who stands for the Chicago platform realize how much that would mean and its principles hotter than any Re- against our cause and our principles. Cries of "No, no." publican who desires your suffrages? $ Applause. "I want to see tho Goebol tioK&i "In this district we had a great ma- elected in this state from top to tyol-toApplause. I want to see,evbry jority in 1800. In this county we had a great majority in 1890, and yet with man on tho Goebcl ticket elected,lby all tho majority in this district and all an overwhelming majority. i tho majority in this county, we wcro piause.j 1 want to see ajJjeglslaalM-o- , not ablo to secure the electoral vote of that vl!A send Jo Blackburn to Ithe this state. Shall we be able to do bet- Senate on tho very first ballot. Then when you have joined ter if wo allow our forces to divide and light against each other while tho your sister statcs-ithe romedy oftha enemy presents a compact army. Tho evils that aro now threatening the republicans never fight among them- very cxis'.cnco of this Government, selves to n in on at to anything. I want when you have done this you will you to rcalizo that, in this fight this havo tlrao to take up your local affairs fall you not only have It In your power and administer such punishmcntj'to any Democrat as you think he inayjtle-6crvB Applause. our-selvots to-da- y conjven-condemajRe-publica-e. NUMBER 5. ... BRYAN IN Travels 4.10 Miles KENTUCKY I. NEWS IN KENTUCKY. PHILPOTS AND BAKERS. Member of the Faction AmbuOie.l and Mounded In Clr County-Jo- hn 111b- bard Hold Up bj- .Masked Men. - THE LINCOLN COUNTY nnd Delivers Ten Speeches. fop fSovernor, SuboriU- - ATIOML OF STAFFORD, BANE. KY. Supports l Oneliol limine National Ium to the ol'illty of the l'nrtjr In the Common- vronltli lll Aililroii at llnriltrell. Bryan begun speaking at once. Ho was somewhat hoarse, but his voice was sufficiently powerful and his enunciation distinct enough to make his every word distinctly understood. lie said: "Laiiikb and GK.Ti.i:Mr.N: Whether the next President of the United States is a Demociat depends, soTnewhat on what you do In Kentucky this year. Three years ago Kentucky did not help tho Democratic party to any great extent. 1 believe that tho people voted better than tho countcrsxouuted. Applause. That Is, I am not sure that we did not carry thu state, but I am quite sure we did not got it, A year afterward we can led the state by plurality, and then Kentuckians in othcr'parts of the country lifted up 1S,-0- : utation "Lauii:8andUi:mt.f.ukn': I introduce to you the next President of the United States." . The crowd cheered apaln, and Mr. and-haid- man, Fulton, Graves and McCrackon counties. No vtlme was lost in preliminaries. The chairman of the reception committees ald to the erowd: "Ladiks and (ii:.ntiii:mkn: I Introduce to you our next Governor." There wasnsplcndidchucr. Senator Goebcl smilingly acknowledged the sal- Mr. Uryan's first speech was nt Hard-we- ll to n crowd of over 5,000 who had Bothered from Mallard, Carlisle, Hick- London, Ky.. Oct. 17. Last Saturnight Tom Phllpot and Josepli Fields were ambushed at Bengtown, I In Clay county. Phllpot was shot In tho head and Fields was shot in tho j stomach. Both will recover. Friday night Robert Hensley, of tho liaker faction, was ambushed near Saxton's creek and was badly shot in tho foot. Sunday night, John Hibbard, a friend of the Phllpot faction, was held, up near Manchester by eight masked men, who cut his clothes in shreds nnd badly slashed him and then set hln free. day Capital $100,000. Successors to Farmers Bank and Trust 60., STAMFORD, KY., And continuously under same management for 29 years. Solicits your Bank account hoping such bussiness rela-iowill prove materially profitable and pleasant. ns John Lulwlg 1) Dead. Louisvio.K, Ky., Oct. 17. John Lud-wi- g died at the city hospital. A week ago, in a fit of despondency because ho was growing old, ho cut his throat with a razor. His windpipe was completely severed, but notwithstanding this ho lived, and seemingly grow better. The wound was dressed, and had it not been for his extreme ago of nearly SO, he would probably have recovered. Carrie Uroicr Discharged. Louisvii.lk, Ky., Oct. 17. Carrie Grover, who killed her piramour, Adolph Oberwenger, October 8, was discharged at tho preliminary trial Monday. Thero were no witnesses to tho tragedyexcept the accused woman. She admitted the killing, but claimed it was done in defense of hpr l)fe. Oberwenger abandoned his wlfo in Cincinnati to live with tho Grover woman. , KrntucUjr l'ostmaftor. WasiiiSotov, Oct 17. The following JieHT DIRECTOES. J. S. 1 J. Williams. J. E .Lynn. J. S. Owsley, Sr. J. F. Cash. W, H. Cummins, H. Shanks. A. W. Carpenter. William Gooch. J. B. Owsley. S. H. Shanks, President. J. B. Owsley, Cashier. W. M. Bright, Asst. Cashier. WILLIS GRIFFIN, J frt XCJ Mfl1 Jj rflBfc, mmm Fnl Mew D FILIPINO IS GULLIBLE ' TIili I .Shown by Some JVoi Scnljr TrIok of the Yn.Hr"7 .I'm' i -- : It . . W" postmasters were comMonday: In 'Iwntucky Ttyjylesvllle, Madison county, WHUijm lTrl-'r- conntvSWc ir.r--st..ironimfourth-clas- s Funeral Director, 4 missioned i MX. VERNON, KY. p.Bitt3,iKODe.L,mea-aDOBoms-- . . I 0Sm It W jfc. WOP WILLIAM j. BRYA-IST- . f. w their heads again and admitted that they wcro born in Kentucky. This stato is a Democratic state. Wo havo a right to expect that this state will bo Democratic in 1900, but if this Btato goes Republican this fall it will make it more dlfllcult to carry it next year, and a defeat tills fall will encourage the Republicans throughout tho country and discourage the Democrats. "I am told that down in this state somo of tho Democrats then whip tho cans with cither half. You can't do It. You can do a great deal in Kentucky, but you cannot divide and defeat tho Republicans. Do you realize tho importance of tho issues that aro at stake? Do you rcalizo that upon a triumph of 1003 great questions depend? Do you reallzo what tho Republican party has been doing in this country? Do you reallzo how It has been placing tho dollar abovo tho man? And in all of its policies has been enthroning wealth and debasing mankind? You havo seen it on questions of taxation laying tho burdens of government upon tho backs of tho struggling poor, while tho rich and corporate wealth havo escapjd their just sharo of taxation. "You havo found them on tho money question transferring to financiers living under another fiag tho right to determine our financial policy. You have seen them disregarding the interest of wealth producers and turning tho instrumentalities of government over to a few, that they may enrich themselves at tho expense of tho many, and sinco tho Spanish war you have seen them embarking upon two policies. You have seen a Republican president asking for a standiug army of 100,000 men. We only had 25,000 in 1S90, and that was enough. I know It was enough, because tho Republican party in its platform did not ask for anymore; and yet a Republican president, in December, In two and party that they can divide tho Democratic havo an idea Re-pu- bl to announce to the United States that Kentucky is Democratic, and will bo Democratic in 1900, but you havo it in your power to elect a Senator in this stoto at this election who will stand there in tho United States Senate for six yoars as a champion of tho masses, not only of Kentucky but of tho entire United States. Wo" in" Nebraska feel an interest in your choice for Senator, because that Senator votes on our Interests as well as upon yours, and if any of you think that one Senator does not count I want you to know that questions aro sometimes so close in tho Senate that ono Senator may decide tho fato of a resolution. "If wo win in 1900 and place a Democratic President in the Executive Chair, ho can not secure a single reform until that reform passes the House of Representatives, and the Senate also; and shall wo in this stato permit tho loss of a United States senator, so that after a campaign as wo have in 1900, we shall throw away the fruits of victory because wo divided among ourselves in a Democratic stato liko Kentucky? 'When tho question of a largo army comes before tho Senute, and the Senate decides between un array like we havo had and an army that approaches the military establishments of tho Old World, I want Jo Blackburn there to vote no against a largo army. When tho question comes up whether this shall bo a republic or an empire, whether this nation shall build securely upon tho Declaration of Independence or build upon tho shifting sands of force nnd conquest, I want Jo Blackburn there to thunder out in favor of tho Declaration of Independence and a government that derives its just powers from tho consent of tho governed. "This is tho first time when a president of tho United States has openly abandoned the Declaration of Independence and looked to force or to purchase us a foundation for title. They tell us wo havo a good title to tho Phil- wealth-producing vr f"T! Asiatic races. Li known as the Yankeq.of Uie orient, 1 says the Philadelphia Press. He lost no opportunity to trim up McCoy's lUg Winning. his occidental Yankee brother whenLexington, Ky., Oct. 17. Dr. J. C ever the opportunity presented itself, but the American Yankee, nnd pattlcu-larl- y I'cCoy, who. with 58,000 to his credit, he of the Pennsylvania breed, was tho largest winner at the recent usually gave him a Roland for his Oliver. breeders' meeting, left Monday afternoon for Klrkwood, Del., with 1.2 head When the Pennsylvauialeft San Francisco on their way to the Philippines of trotters, among them Dclgaddo, the tho Red Cross society gae each one of brother to Boreal, which he purchased them an aluminum badge the size nnd froinUJoworman Bros, for 812,000. shape of an American quarter, bearing tapt. Stone Meet llryan. the name of his regiment, his company, Homci.vsviLi.K, Ky., Oct. 17. At and his company number. Shortly after their arrival In Manila Capt. Stono shook hands with the officeis of some of the companies Bryau, but not with Goebel, an Incfound these identification badges in the ident which was considerably commenthands of the Filipino merchants, upon ed upon when the train reached Edwhom the Pennsyh anions had Imposed dy ville, which Is about two miles from them as quarter dollars in return for Kuttawa, tho home of Capt. W. J. of barter. Another trick of the Yankee soldier Stone. Ilrnd ey's Secretary to Wed. was to take a new copper penny, mill Owensuoko, Ky., Oct. 17. City Judge the edges of it with a file, polish the coin till It si one like gold, and then pass it Fred II. Roberts, former secretary for upon the guileless nnd unsuspicious na- Gov. Bradley, will leavo hero Tuesday tives as a gold piece. for Frankfort, where he will be marThe gullibility of the native in this re- ried to Miss Lizzie Downey, a handgard led some of the men to write home some and accomplished young lady of for samples of confederate scrip, which, when duly received, were put in circu- that city. Dryim nt llanton. lation among the yellow packets as bonn-fld- e Bknto.v, Ky Oct. 17. Mr. Bryan American greenbacks, the nawas cordial. y greeto i at Benton by a tives willingly accepting them as standard paper money of the United States. largo erowd at noon Monday. Ho was Introdu ed as the "great democrat of UNCLE SAM SLOW. the day," and took occasion to say in reply that all democrats wete great Ho Tnkei as Much Time Settling a who lived up to their respmslbllltius. 11111 Slxtcen-Onn A lle es five-dollnt HrLV.'Mimmammmmh '"XL rswTifin nmm?irfX. . rS igo,n .county, u ljan smith; fiew nope, Vejson county, J. S. Moore; Skaggs, Lawrence county, Florence Holbrook. .: - rfr" W" - '."7' - mrpi (srrcno I tK'6ejps,Ca'I Have Embalming Done on Short Notice and Easy Terms. VuTeJMeCaSKtii , Gui Orders uuTelcoraph or Telephone Promptly Attended to Dau or Wont, GREEN FRONT 'S'wJ'SSsfio DRUG? TORE vfns Drugs, &?" In (lie I'lnc r I vyTTC Jewelry, Stationery, Cigars and Tobaccos, Patent Medicines syTRS - H m Paints and Oils. Call whon Town. C. G. DAVIS & CO. iYlt. Vernon, Ky. m$m$mmzm ST &lg$t Sr.KCr.C SKSB BANK KY. NATIONAL Tlmt Are Larger. Others A grizzled veteran of two big wars and several smaller Indian combats was relating stories of his experience while in the service of Uncle Sam. One of them that will show jour Uncle Sum-uone of the real business men of the world Is told by the eteran,ns follows: "I went through the civil war, nnd rose from the volunteer rnnks to n first lieutenancy, nnd was assigned to the regular army. In June, 1873, while attached to the quartermaster's department of my troop I disposed of some oil to prlvnte parties. In selling the oil I Bold ono gallon more than I had, and turned the money over to headquarters before I discovered my mistake. I then wrote the department nt Washington asking it to return the price of the oil, so that I might hae my accounts straightened. As only 10 cents was Involved I thought the matter would end by the return mall bringing back the amount of the claim. In that I was much mistaken, ns I am still forced to answer documents that read: 'In reply to yours of June, 1873,' nnd so on and so forth, till I have in my possession a stnek of documents weighing not less-thaSO pounds, and still they come." el Marshal Bowling was shot in tho sldo Monday morning while attempting to arrest Clem nnd Leslie Lyman, who had threatened the marshal's life. His wound is serious. i:rytn Inilnrni'i UorboL LOUISVII.LK, Kj'.. Oct. 17. W. J. Bryan came out flat flooded Monday in his first day's speeches for tho Kentucky democratic ticket and indorsed Goehel in unqualified terms. ' in front of Train. l.ouisv(M.u, Ky., Oct. 17. Homeless and friendless, Virylo Crawford Monday nljfht jumped in front of a traiu at Campbell and Fulton streets. New Kentuoiy l'oit OfTlcr. Wabiiinotox, Out. 17. A post ofllce has been established at ltye, Whltely county, Ky., with Susan Karr as postmaster. t ho the Mnrihnl. Mir.i.Knsiiuno, Ky., Oct. 17. OF STANFORD, Capital Stock, $100,000. Surplus, $17,320, j, w. Hayden, Wc solicit u,-- W. P. Walton, J. H. OolUor, M. D. Elmore, J. a Hookwi F. Rold, T. P. Hill, S. H Baughman, W. A. Tribblo, S T. Harrlfl and M. J. Miller. the accounts of tlv citizens otRUBllaMdn&MgwmMu assuring them prompt and careful attention to all businessa Intrusted to view u ,. correspondence, with Personal application and busluess relations, respectfully invited. DIRECTOES: J. S. iloclccr, Prcs., A. A. McKInnoy, " JUCJKODcris, Asst Cashier. uuBiiier, GO TO JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY., For Everything in n In Germany potato bread Is used by the natives of Thurlngla to feed their horses, especlully when they are worked bard In very cold weather. The animals thrive on It, and their lieoltli and strength are excellent. Ilrrntl for Moriea. Lnrrlace Mukrm' Atiovlatlon. New Yujik, Oct. 17. Tho Carriapo Makers' association of tho United States met at tho Grand Central Palace Monday. Tho association, which was organized at Troy, N. Y., ten years ago with 11 members, now has a membership of nearly 'J.009, embracing ev ry locality of the United States. Tho association will bs in nesslon all tho week. Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, General Merchandise. BEST G09DS AT LIVING PRICES. I? .3. 4K- Mt Vernon Put-tita- Signal portance than his frank declarations that he favored the enforced Fniiiw. Oct, CO ti;o public uion of all ft eight rates; ihat t every Eiuiny bs he was not ouposod to the Inter state Co.nmisMon and thai he would AMES MARET. be willing to submit the books of $1.00 the rnilrond companies to inspecSUBSCRIPTION onk vr:: tions, such as are made of the : ,iu Furtherknown on books of national banks. Advcrti ax rates made more. he would be willing to intrust application the Commission with the inak'ng of freight rates, and would agree to let its decisions go unpassed upon by the Supreme Court Courier- - "sra deal to say that was of interest. onto those who come injgfoact ippi QTI'F Nothing, however, was of more im- with the soil if he is n man Wo be J HijJU I 'PBL1BUW'''"VrS''iJ-- . ''.. ft1 -' juwimiam, lives in the rights of the!plain , people and beltvcs that onlyfperma Kmlorecs n.I.i T,'l nent prosperity mu&t commence Ir. 1H .uccruiii. ' .... i talc. L. with plain people and findJjt2wi upward through the otheSoTn-a A! a:; of society, I saj if he beliefs that NOiMtrc: prosperity c .nm:u;esf8H wiili IIsi".-the producing masses. ,1ilKlo not Not mici u tuimI imi Klrlna liCiuli'i see how to day he can beagRepub Mm.' or Hilt t if i'or tllo lican l0.,!i.'.. C'tvtuo. J 'I'll iU IMM) V- J i- JbmfrCOJLJJ5rrER WSsm UNDERTAKERS, - rti;i: s to trust. -- Caskets, stock. v . BRODHEAD- KY.. Coffins, Robes, etc.rke$)t-iOrders by mail, tele- I Rev. W. T. Tibia of Mount Gterllns, cno of tbc almost ard best men In mediate relief and will soonelTec Kentucky, bavins been Invited to InC. C. DavlsW Co. a cure. 25c. cp:nking apMt. Vernon; Dr Clark, Brodhead troduce ilr. Goebel nt bis pointment at Mount Cterilr.g, and beHacrau Bios.. Livingston.. t ing unable to be there, wrote tbls strong indorsement cf the Democratic Come and see tliefine,display of nominee for governor from Ited SulMillinery goods at popularfprices. phur Spring.!, W. Va.: Airs, una uakert 3. "John Young Drown va3 ono cf our best gocrnora. During hl3 public ca Farm To Exciiangei-Iavis- Ii to reer, from his first epcech to tho recent exchange my 70 acres fjearlMaret-bur- g day of vacillating weakness when ho with to house and lot"intown. slipped nnd fell, I followed him cus Interest and admiration, as is my Farm has 35 acres clearedMHouse tom. I sought all information bearing 3 rooms and outbuildings good well on his life nnd character and made measurement or the real man. 1 Know and spring. Good ieucing.jfl aim. J. L. HenzniamC "I know William Goebel. With tho MaretDurg assurance of knowledge I affirm that the life of William Goebel from chiid- 7 j hoed to this stormy hour of buttlo ha3 A. big cut in saddles and, harness always moved on a more elevated piano and ha3 developed a far nobler at S. W, D&vis'. ehaiacter. He Is a rann to trust. When the truth has shamed to silence the weary llbeler, tho slanderer and the YOU ought to know that when calumniator, this heroic man will not suffering from any kidney trpnble j oniy bo trusted, but loved as well. Not that n safe, sure remedy isFoolej 's Bico tho daj-- of Andrew Jackson ha Kidney Cure. Guaranteed or juon such a Democratic leader stood on tho ey refunded. C. C. DavisJ$ Co , fiery front of battle to wake nil tho Mt. Vernon; Dr. Clark, BrDjjhead, fury of his foes and to evoke tho deathless devotion of his friends. Hagan Bros., Livingston. i "Since tho Louisville convention I havo met two typical advocates. Tho Danville Steam" 'Laundry just first to accost mo was a stranger of InInsinuating mantellectual force ciass work. Represented 111 Mt. ners. Ho gentlyand unfolded beforo mo ila; Vernon by D. S. Purdom; the Bar- - an appalling picture of tho moral turI; ber. tf pitude of Goebel, and against ho told f a fascinating story of the shining virtues of all tho men in his pnrt of tho state who were against tho Democratic IT SAVED MY LIFE ticket for tho purpose of placing the ciose or two or .poiey s noney Republican candidates In power. Ho anu lar will prevent an att liU-- nf asseverated that all tho good men wero m-ic pneuminia, grip or severe rHLUattTl against Goebel. A happy coincidence, cou taken in time. Curesj enabled me to learn that ha was on th"h payroll otthc, Louisville and Nosh- truujj, 1.1 tjrippc, uoarM tVlftjnaJlrpadjfcompaii. .lie took mo cuh oreatnmr' Incor- wclj?ienUqBHJafi 1ylQJ,Pt.J?tn:?ii'ltorney ruptibiovirtue. Biienco suddenly sot-fItTVCS ttfUMF rOHCHUlS. upon hlrn. After reflection ho in advanced stages of colisuojibuv asthma or bronchitis. Gtiaranteeu czme to csurc ras the L. & N. railroad C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vmou; was not using as much money In this Dr. Clark, Brodhead; HagarivBros., campaign or taking as active a part as tome people supposed ' Livingston. "My second Interviewer wa3 a dis tinguished minister of the gospel, for a On the roth of December u 897, generation a conspicuous flgmo In reknown Rev. S. A. Donahoe, W. Va.t con- ligious enterprises In Kentucky, beyond and loved by thousands, even tracted! a severe cold which the borders of tho state. To his anxwas attended from the beginning by ious Inquiry I replied that it was violet coughing. He says: ' After claimed that all the good men In Montgomery county white nnd black resorting to a umber of wero against the Democratic ticket, 'specific usually k;pt in the house but thero wero enough sinners In to no purpose, I purchased a bottle Montgomery county to make sorao Dlackburn and Deof Chamberlain's Cough Remedy noiso for Goebel, being-myselmocracy; thzt not Investwhich acted like a rharin. I'niost ed with tho crystalline virtue and elecheerfully recommend it to the pub- vated piety that characterizes! tho oplic." For sale by Theo. We'slev position, I wca not a bit too good to vote tho Democratic ticketv and that JKprobably many of tho saints wculdl fnll Call and see my line ofjahcy 'rom grace and enter tho tanks of us sinners. groceries and get bargains. jL "The grand old minister then In. S. W. DavisT formed me he had taken little lnterrat fin politics 'or many years, but ho had During the winter of 1897 'Mr' been aroured by tho falsa and cruel attacks upsn Mr. Ooebel to mako a James Reed, one of the leading thorough investigation, which resulted citizens aud merchants offclay, In his thorough aijd adherent adhesion Clay Co., W. Va., struck his leg 10 tho Democratic cause. Ho declared against cake of ice in such a man- that no public man had yet bolted whose prlvato llfo or public rocord ner as to bruise it beverely. would conparo favorably with Mr. much s'wollen and pained Goebel's; that In his part of tho stato him so badly that he could not walk tho character of tho opposition to Mr. without crutches. He was treated Gosbel had fired tho indignation of tho people; that more than tho usual Demby physicians, also used several ocratic majority was assured for tho kinds of liniment and two and a ticket; that Goebel's victory would ba half gallons of whisky in bathing it signal and tjlorlous of which, ho was but nothing gave any relief until he fully worthy. "And so way It be! began using Chamberlain's Pain "In tho language of that eloquent Balm. This brought almost a old Confederate, who'sa worthy feet aro complete cure in a week's time arid safe In the pathway that leads from Washington: he believes that had he not used Woodforn to dallies Is a dastard, " 'He that this remedy his leg would have had And he that doubts is damned.' "W. T. TIBBS." to be amputated. Pain Balm is un THE BANNER PILE .CURE. Is Banner Salve. wrBi graph, telephone promptly filled For Familv and Medical You Want NELSON OUNTY . SOUR MASH Sold Direct from Distillery. 3 6 10 It gives i m THE L. & N. For many years we were an employe of that great corporation, the I,. & N. Railroad Company, Our relations with its officers and , tltlny g - ft- - . employes were pleasant indeed. 3""" We are yet a friend to it. But we regret to see that this great DEMOCRATIC TICKET. corporation has taken such an active part in Kentucky politics for Tor Governor, the lat few years and especially WILLIAM GOEBEL, of Kenton. For Lieutenant Governor, are we pained to see its strenuous J. C. XV. BECKHAM, of Nelson endeavors and methods used to deFor Attorney General feat Goebel for Governor, We RO"T J. BRECKINRIDGE, of Boyle For Auditor, have not, nor shall we say one OUS U, COULTER, of Graves harsh word against the L. & N FerTrc.iiurcr Wc do say that no State should be G. IIAGEII. if Boyd For Secretnry of Stutc dominated by greedy and selfish C.B. HILL, of Clark corporations, and the important For Supt. of Public Instruction part that this great monopoly is II. V. McCIIESNEY. of Liviugston For Commissioner of Agriculture now taking in our State politics, I. B. N ALL, of Jefferson forbodes consequences of the grav Tor IUilload Commissioner Third district . j- mm n t -'. Journnl Uat The Finest WHSS KEY Jug and Uottle Trade Solicited. year old at $2.00 per Gallon, year old at $2.50 pe,r Gallon, year old at $3.00 per Gallon, J. B. DA NT, Distiller, GETIISEMANE, KY. I DAVIS & SON -- 1 8 A XV HAMILTON, of Montgomery est significance to the business in Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at fair orices. ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO, Qf or nor A TVTr-- " -PU - li General Merchandise of DEAU5USEIN- terests of Kentucky. It these great Goebel come from poverty's row. He began life without the aid of rich and powerful friends; without fortune or family prestige. But surmounting mauy difficulties; overcoming many rugged barriers, he has climbed to the top and stands in the front rank of great men. He is a consistent member of the church and gives liberally o the cause of Christ. He neither drinks liquor nor does he chew or smoke tobacco. Senator Ooebel has been the worst abused man sinqe. Cnrist was taken by the Roman soldiers without writ or warrant; and tried, convicted and put to death without a charge having been proved against him. But thanks be to God the people are realizing the many falsehoods told .and the many slanderous reports, willfully and maliciously put in 'Circulation concerning Senator Goebel and are now rallying to his support with warmth and enthusiasm never before seen in any to-day Senator -- campaign IF your wife, sister, daughter or mother should get on a train to go somewhere, would you like for drunk, colsome ored man to sit down in the seat with her and share it with her on Bryan said in his speech at Ver her journey? If so vote for Gen. sailles, Tuesday: Taylor, for he declares in favor of "Can the people of this great doing away with the Separate Coach, specially provided for them. agricultural county cast their lot How He has said so publicly in his with the Republicans? you want them sepa- can a farmer be a' republican speches. If rated from the whites, but want What is there in the republican them o bave equal accommoda- party in its principles and in its tions with the whites, the.i vote for policies, that would' appeal to a Senator Goebel, whose every act farmer? If a man is the president 'through twelve years of official life of a national bank and' believes that national banks should the privilege has been on the side of the people the common people, the labor- to issue the paper money of the ing people that constitute the bone country I can understand why he and sinew of this Government, be a Republican. If he is a money Says Senator Goebel. "I'm it: owner and wants to legislate value favor of giving the colored people into' his dollars regardless of the a full coach, but separate from the effect of that legislation upon the white people." He says they masses of the people I can under- should Jtave equal accommodations stand'how he can be a Republican If he is the head of a trust and raise and on this he is sound. the price of those things which the Frankkin said experience was trust produces, I can understand a dear school, but fools would learn how he can be a Republican; or if he in no other It would be neither belives in a great military establish polite nor just to apply this maxim meut in a large army, and aud be to railroad men who comprise lieves in following the example of among them, and have long com- the nations of Europe in btudening prised, some of the brightest intel the people with a hired soldiery, I lects of the world. Still.it is safe can see Whv he is Republican; or if to say that the testimony which lie belives in an imperial policy and various raihoad presidents have thinks that it is the duty of this been giving before the Industrial nation to abandon the declaration Commission is proof that they of independence and go forth iti the have learned much in Franklin's pathway followed by the empires school. Mr, Melville .E. Ingalls of the old world I can understand testified Monday, and, as might be howheean be Republican, but if a expected, the accomplished presi man lives in an agricultural com dent of the "Big Four" and the munity where he eat us his' living Chesapeake and Ohio had a good from the soil or nnkes his living to-da- and powerful monopolies may bold ly nominate and elect a Governor, they can likewise electa subservi ent Legislature. If they may have and own a Governorr they may have and own a Legislature and by doing this they can fix their own rates for the carriage of passengers aud freighls and thereby compel every business interest in this great State to pay tribute to their insa tiate greed. How can a laborer, a farmer, or a business man vote 'for GetiWTaylor, whom, the ,L. & N. is trynjKttfndlcct? Had it riot", been tor the L. &. N., John Young Brown would not be a candidate This corpora ion, while pretending its allegiance to Brown is turning heaven and earth for Taylor and ticket. the straight Republican Wake up, citizens, wake up! We ask you to vote for the best interests of the humble and private taxpayer, It is a great danger to the future welfare of State to permit these immense corporations to shape our laws to suit their selfish ideas and thereby further extort unjust charges from the humble traveler or the shippers our mer chandise that we buy and the pro duce that we sell. to-da- y. .1 MTV VERNON. V For Pure Drugs nCALL ON,' a SskB THEO. WESLEY. PRESCRIPTI CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED" PHYSICIAN'S ttfe - At a liours, day,'or nij 11 Mt. Vernon, Ky. A LIMA MAN'S TESTIMONY, d f y from the use of Foley's Kidney F.3FRANCISCO, Propr. Cure. It relieved my back-ach- e and severe pain over the hips. It Located atthe DepotSgSw toned up my system and gave 111c a new vim aud uncrgy. I regard Ky it as an honest and reliable remedy for all Kidney diseases. It makes no false claims but does what it Liver Good Attaehed says when given a fair tria!. I certainly can recommend it. Wm. Finn, 447 Elida Road, Lima, Ohio. Meet all Trains, Day and Night. C. C. Davis & Co., Mt.' Veinon, Dr. Clark, Iko'dhead; Hagan Bros.' Traveling Men and Railroad Livingston. men Solicited. Will furs lunches for all trains. "Why do they say poets are born not made?" "They want to yut the blame on some one who can stand it. I have obtained excellent results Hotel Frith Brodtieacl, -- ;' 1 w jj ': Miller House, HUGH MiLLKK IT SAVED HER LIFE. Mis Mamie Smith, Middlesboro. HEADQUAL1ERS FOR Kv.,wiites: My little sister had the croup very bad. I gave her COMMERCIAL MEN. several doses of Foley's Honey and at all trains.Tar and she was instantly relieved. BS?Porter It saved her life. C. C. Davis Co., Mt. Vernon; Dr, Clark, Brodhead; Hagen Bros., Livingston. - , Abuso Makes Votes. At a big Democratic meeting nt tho Itev. J. II. James, A prominent minister, addressed the audience. He said that ho had been a lifelong Republican, but when ho saw unwarranted abuso and vlllMeatlon of a man whom he thought, regardless of party affiliation, tho superior of the other and morForty acres on the waters of candidates, both it mentally as a Chrishis duty ally, ho thought Boone's Fork, 2 miles east of Brod- - tian gentleman to lend that man hit neaci, adjoining James Crawford's support. Ho considered Mr. Goebel farm. House of 4 rooms and kitch- thoroughly honest In nil his convictions and the best material out for en. Good barn. Place all in grass. governor, and there was no other alGood fencing, Fine locust grove ternative for him than to go outside can be used for locust posts. Two tho Republican party and support tho best man. springs of fine water. Call on If you want Bryan to carry W. T. Crawford, tucky in 1000, voto tho Kingston, Ky,"' ticket. equaled for sprains, bruises and rheumatism. .For sale by Theo. Wesley Mt. Vernon. Ky. 'Wantkd A halt dozen coal miners. Will give steady work for next six months. J. W. Makmir, Mt. Vernon, Ky TED SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES. 2x2,-- 30 - inches long, all while ro Farm for Sale. Theo, Wesley, Mt. Vernon, will refund ij4xii,2& inches. long, white $7 per in, your money if you are not satisfied .. Do .' re(1. $4 after using it. It is everywhere per in. . admitted to be the iuost successful remedy in use for bowel complaints SINGLE TREE BILLETS. " nd the only one that never fails It is pleasant, safe and reliable. 2X3 38 inches, long white - C grade You assume no risk when you buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, 2x2,--30 per m. and Diarrhoea Remedy. or better, $12 per,!!!".' inches long, red, $7 $22 more farms of his own within n on K. DofL. &JJN. or K. C. 3 mile circuit of Brodhead. which he 1. division will qulj once every tw will sell or rent. Write him at weeks. L. L. Jarrutt, Inspector, Brodhead.' tf Brodhead, Ky. J. H. Albright has a dozen or per 111. To be delivered at any station , tt '!HBf?? igMCTWWf - ww ncEwraihuiwi.nii 1111111 iiiiwiiidmii L ' ? i I 4, bignar in days with relatives at Liv- his candidature lor Leeistature. insston last wer-Mt. Vkunon. H. Blazer was here from Conway Mr. Mullins' advises -- us jthatf o Tr r .. , . ,, Saturday last. 3 f. ,11. w. ii. luaiim, j j. .Hcvau aim he will not make the race. if w fee? Ua tlrcrl itlheMt. Unit., Kjr., Put'OGcc 01 F. Sutton, three of Mr.retburg',. r Fritz Kruegercame in from H- - greatly regret his uecision ns wc,' onu.rU.. "Hi mltr "awiichest Democrats, went to hear den to see Bryan. firmly believe he could at Stonfoid, Tuesday. Bryan the race. '. is one of the greatest men W. G. roctor and J. M. ReyAmeriea nolds are in Louisville. Our Fall and "Winter stock of Dry Goods. Boots and W. J. Sparks and Robt. Cox u Miss Ida Mullins has returned Shots are coming in every day, go into the dry goods business 111 fclr' Miss Florelle Brown is visiting to her home at Pteachersville. UIV Mi lift Ull UU!l.ll ancci, Stanford and Rowland. NA6HVIH.C R. R. CO LOUISV'LIC In our Dry Goods Department we have ove'rytliirig ly vacated by Theo Wesley. Mr. Mrs. Wm. Sears aud Children of Mrs J. B. Fish is visiting relaSparks is now in Louisville buying, Level Green, left here Monday to that you need and as cheap can be sold anywhere, L ft N. LOCAL TIME CARD. tives at Williamsburg. au extensive stock aud wilt Muring he nt Stanford in time for the speakOur Boot and Shoe Department is complete with the Day Mail North.., 11:05am Judge J. B. Fish and James I, it here at once. Bot h of these men ing. best and most stylish boots and shoos made. WJion ryou 1:57 P i" White were in Louisville last week. are very populai and possessing Day Mail South .. Little Lena McCall fell aud in want a good boot or shoe cope to us. 1:32 a Nitht Ex. North., We Lawyer C. C. Williams was in fine business qualifications. Night Ex. South 1:44 am Our Groceryepartment is also complete with nice, predict they will have .1 fine trade jured her head very badly but not Cincinnati Saturday and Sunday. v seriously, J. A. Lan drum, Agent. fresh goods. In fact if you want anything to eat a'nd wca Mrs. J. F. Griffin visited home The Teachers Association will come to us. BRODHEAD. folks near Gumsulpher this week. meet at Mt. Vernon on the 2th CHURCHES. HOUK-if D. S. Purdom left for Stanford 1 oong oy Association, j A series of meetings began Tues Christian Hold services UWt.Irl Sunday Sunday to be in time to see Bryan. 2 Devotional exercise by J. Q? tll.iu. tod ntfi:30p. in. day at Chicage, writes church con- - ranging from $2,90 to $4,50. New of the Carmical. . ja Beelick is now telephonically ducted by Revs. Johnson anc Ka corn sold readily at $2 per barrel "Nearly three years experience 3 Welcome address. J. J. Ping? PresVyterfon Holds services on the 4th connected with this place and Cen by the the wagon load. Gazzette. with Electropoise only confirms gaii. fc'nuday 4 Music by Mandolin Club.m m tral Kentucky. the truth of vour claims. I sav to Burdett.Dr. Lovell. i. Fully fifty people frotn here at5 Hygeife $42 WORTH OF PRESENTS my friends that this instrument is Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Houk, of 6 Recitation Iola HanseJ. taptltt Church Services en th Second tended the speaking and, circus at For 50: worth of work. We are a most wonderful invention and I Suudoy Maretburg, socnt and Sunday. aturslojr nicht Sunday hire Towery Stanford. Phillips. 7 History Traycr giving away Watches, Bicycles, would not part with mine if 1 could every Sunday. BcKooWt a with relatives. and Stewart. t Tuttday niglits. iMtiir - Miss Guns &c, to not get another. Albright, who Sewing Machines. Send address for ' Mrs. Susan Hcndeison and Mrs. noon. few weeks" introduce otlr paper., PASTIME our book giving letters from people . , , has been spending a Maltie Lawrenee arc visiting rewith rrtativfvq nt MASONIC. hrii ; re- - high class illustrated family paper who have been cured by Electro-pois1 Music. " latives at Parksville. of from a 16 to 32 large pages: 64 6W raecl 2rd Uou Aiklaad Lode KJudge R. G. 2 Address runieu uonie. ELECTROPOISE CO., inj It A n. to i28colttinns of Choice Good 513 Fourth Avenue. 7Iisses Georgie and Fannie hams. Louisville W Mks Helen Thurmau spent Sat Stories Literature, Art Humor Ky. gave this office a pleasant S SN. Davis, urday and Sunday at Stanford. 3 Geography Letters of Travel in Foreign Lands. call on Saturday last. Miss Mollie Brown. Wanted: Wood and coal in ' LOCAL and OTHERWISE. .Al- - , ,W. H. Collyer, chairman of the &c: &z. And all you have to do to 4 Song McClary, Porter, exchange for tuition a Collegiate The man who is usually waiting ' ' Town Board and one of the best get $42, worth of presents is to get bright and Davis; Call on Dr, A. E. for something to turn up is usually citizens- - in Rockcostle county, has 30 subsribers at 10c each. Send Institute. .; Address L. W, Bethurum. Ewers, Mt. Vernon, K. asleep when it finally comes along. T, Fish is atliume sick. E. b,een on the sick list for several 10 in stamps for full paiticulars, 6 Solo Miss McClure. NOTICE iu shipment A orate of long list of presents and our paper. C. Ryinel was here yesterday. J, Misses uibnths. 7 Primary Geography caught 18 rats Saturday night and Parker and Notice is hereby given that the PASTIME for 6mouths Address Cla'rk, Miss Lizzie yftNIrs. Dr. Harry Blazer was in town Satur! THE PASTIME Louisville Ky. Pine Hill Mining Company, of 9 Sunday night in Mt. Vernon de8 Reading Mr.,.Shutts i ITerbn and J. H. Watson are spend day. pot. Rockcastle county, Ky., is closirfg ing a few days iu the city of Louis- 9 Remarks by Supt. Davis. forget the pure Candy up its business as such company was in Fiankfort Don't J. W. Brown Adjournment. Vile. Mrs. Joe Smith Mrs. Per Hiatt made by S- - W. Davrs. and any person holding a claim last week. Miss Mamie Jones, and Mrs, Nan .Albright gave this against said Company must present .Attorney Hubbcll of Lancaster, . Secretary.' Mrs. Georgie Rice is visiting in office a very pleasant call Monday No. 1, fjney patent flour at S. same to the Trustee. S.'A. Bowley, the W. Davis' for was over Friday soliciting Virginia, last. 55c aud Belle of .formerly S. A. Parrish, at Hot right of way through Rockcastle Advertisement U. G. Baker is down again with D. R. Totten and others will adfor the Railway, If you need a good printing out- Springs. Va , for settlement, rheumatism. dress the people of Brodhead, Sat- To the Voters of Rockcastle' and Pink Him. Mining Co,, fit, suitable for a small country ji'hat clever gentleman, John By J A. August. Pres. wife have re urday, November 4th at 2 o'clock paper; 7 column Washington Jhand Hugh Miller and . Laurel Counties:, Nickols, Clerk of the Garrard Co tin . p. m. Everybody invited. for less than I1alfwh.1t it Oct 17th 0899. 4t press nted from Louisville. ' .1 hereby anuo'uncc myself tfejn tifcto ourt.. was over visiting h:s j 'VW';'5 xcjfc cost, Address .S, wTDaviUv v A SHORT SAD STORY f&WlHlftiSBlacKBundny Congressma speaks Goebel Ijad'ges, Taylor badges, "" " Mt. Vernon, Ky. " 5. W WW: jr - 'r r on Sat- for the'Legislature from the couifj M Matet; the lie by Lloyd here.'at A cold . Ladies To Arrive,- today. Neglect caught 46 urday the 28th. Everybody come ties of Laurel and Rockcastle to be t Landrum has W, G. Proctor, the .successful to the Democratic speaking. vPueumonia voted for at the polls on the 71I1 merchant, ot Quail, is in Louisville cloaks, caps and collaretts. All week. at the depot this Grief unsold in next 10 d.iys will bo rev this' week. Notice The party who got my day of November next. Had Foley's Honey and Tar Dick Moore and Porter French turned to city. Call early sec this 1 st I am au Abraham Lincoln been used this story would have ha'd spectacles at last May term of court were in town Wednesday, W. C. Mullins, of Liv.ngston. splendid display. Republican a happier ending. 25 and 50c will save trouble by returning them in' Mrs. Cleo. Brown. i ind I am in favor of a change was iu town Saturday He C. C. D.ivii & Co , Mt Vernon, Teachers received 40 per cent of He is known. Wilms Adams. forms us that he is not a candidate in our Road Law as follows: To EVERYBODY LOOK. Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros on last Saturday. their pay Wm. Welsh, an old coal operator cpmpell all incorporated towns to for Representative. Had he conLivingston. I am selling the Singer Sewing Dan Scott was fined Sao iu Squire has leased the Pine Hill mining work their steets by taxation only; sented to the earuast solicitation Machine 011 easy terms and keep all Brown's court, for gaming. To Bijildeus. J. W. Marler Co's plant and is making prepara- that we shall only have two days of of his friends from al 1 over the disoil & Sons now have their mill on one has re-- , tions to begin mining coal at an free labor on county roads in each trict he would have been a dead kinds ofsewing machine needles Dr. Lewis, of Wildie, bands, shuttles, and everything of the best sites in the county and sure winner. Chicago. early date. turned from a trip to year, and if the hands are called out that belongs to a sewing machine. are full piepared to cut bills to yesterD. R Totten, Independent can- for more work, to pay them at the J. S. Joplin was in town Will send ueedles"by mall to any order on very short notice. Lumday after a two, weeks"1 siege of didate for Legislature, left Wednes- rate of 75 cents per day; the I also clean and repair all kinds ber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon ' day for Lam el county where he amount to be certified by the oversickness. of machines. You can see me here if desired. Give us your i.rders and seer and paid by the Sheriff, iu setW. M. Owen get pronint attention and the besl One of the curiosities at Satnford will make a thorough canvass of every Saturday. tlement of the person's tax so ' Tuesday was a Jackson county the county. Mt Vernon Ky scsrasttM-rLB- J worked, and the Sheriff to receive At the Lexington horse sales Mrs. M..J. Miller, Jr. and Miss ' Democrat. "Marriage" said she, is a lottery I ' w 3fji?t? ijTTB fYM credit for it in his settlement with Tuesday Dan Scott of the Grove Which the law devises. Dr. Pennington and wife visited Alza Brown were visiting Miss the county. old bay gelding bought fi IiclUble persona of n mecbintcil or n family of Dr. Brown at Stan- Shelton, of Rowland, the first of l'nrls Exposition with cooa "True," said he, and one in dcilrlDRami trip to thapaid, should write Invcntlro mind , the 3rd I am in favor of a change for $175. exhenif ealarr the week, They took in the show Xho i'AlUKT UJtXOKD, llnltlmoro, Mil. Tuesday. which ford in the school law so that a certifiand attended the Bryan speaking. Ilodgkin Bro. bought of Frank Women get all the all the cate issued iu one county will be hog that was Wash Barnett's Solomon Riddle while at Stanford Grigsby, of Montgomery county prizes" G. W. Mcci.urk. J. W. Brown. good in any countv iu this State. died Wednesday Tuesday, says he shook bitten by mad-dohands with I am in favor of cheaper 25 cattle wt. 1,000 lbs., att.cts. 4th WcCLURIS & BROWN of hydrophobia. Bryan, Goebel and Blackburn, also Mackeiel 5c each in Basement. school books antl shall use my inThomas Fox of Boyle county F. L. Thompson, the ljttstliug the Elephant and giraffe, and by Attorneys-at-Lawfluence and vote to pass a law fav- was here Monday and bought 1 drummer, is.having his house re- accident, came near hugging the Suits mae'e to order, a fit guarMt. Vkunon, Ky. oring a reduction iu the price of head of two year old cattle at $12, babboon, paired this week. per head Harodsburg Say anteed, from 57.50 up Houk books such 90 All business entrusted to our care &son. The editor of the Ohio penitenThe Scaffold Cane meeting closed . 51I1 I am in favor of a law to il,ss' ;4r will receive prompt attention. with eight additions. So- we are tiary News cheerfully observes: prevent extortion by railroads For the best shave or sold Louisville W. O? Brock hair-cu- t told by Rev, Carmical. "We know not what the morrow so that they cannot discriminate Wednesday 10 hogshads of tobacco to be had within Office on Main street Rockcastle go to Purdom At the Jack Adam? sale last may bring forth, but we have a between individuals or give prefer except one hogshead of lug at price good idea as to where the morrow ence to one town over another. Saturday horses and farming imranging from 12 20 cents an aver the Mt Vernon barber. C. C. WILLIAMS, will find us." I call upon all voters of all par- broughtlow prices. T he ten plements Qge pdce of $l6( Attorney-at-Lafor hogshead brought $1,830, "I wish to express my thank The Portland Oregonian has ties to go to the polls aud vote Hon. W. Sueed, republican me on the 7th day of November. Wit. Vernon Ky. to the manufacturers of Chamberwill speak here Monday aud Con awarded $150 prize fcr the best D. Hausz a Warren count far Respectfully, lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea baby. The lady definition gresson Davison on Thursday 26th COffice on 2nd floor of new mer, has made a fine quality of D. R. Totten who won the prize sent in this anssyurp from watermelons and ex- Remedy for having put on the mar brick on Church street. Special Frank Tink Mullins was run attention given to collections. wer: "A tiny feather from a wing pects to produce sugar in paying ket such a wonderful medicine" over by a saw log in clay county MARETBURG. says W. W. Masingill pf Beaumont into the sacred lap of love dropped quantities the same way. He figuaud dangerously injured yester-daof motherhood." res a large profit out of such an in- Texas. There aie many thousand DR. A. G. LOVELL, Mrs. Lou Purcell is visiting Mrs. dustry, with but little expense less of mothers whose chjldten have There has been been much movProbably if babies knew what been saved from attacks of of dys- Physician ing during tin: past week. J. A. R. S. Martin, of Brodhead, this trouble. , and Surfieon" to them when they got sentery and cholera infantum who now accupies Mrs. week. Landtum delivered yester- must also feel Wm. Bedford some of their own, they'd act a lot thankful. It is for Abrams house, Marshal Short the MT VERNON. L. E. Houk was in Junction City day to Louis Joseph, 72 fine cattle sale by Theo. Wesley Alt. Vernon less fresh. D. S. Purdom last week. Oflico North oiilu .lluni street Liford house, sold in Aiig. They averaged about Ky. The Miller Hotel has purchased theCroucher house. Mr. Mickle family have moved 1,600 lbs. and brought $5,50 per Matt Pike and a large new range and will sell wiil occupy Sim Davis house. hundered. They will be shipped A WONDENFUL DISCOVERY to Livingston. old one cheap. It is in good thctr G. B Sutton one of Rockcastle's to Europe for Christmas beef, aud Not only cures, but it keeps well 'condition. M. Hartz, our eleven agent; has good farmers residing near Bee are nice a bunch as ever left Is sold by an organized company of "W. D. Wallin, one of Lincoln's Lick paid our office n visit Satur- been sick a few days but is Bourbon.1 Paris Kentuckian-Citi-zen- . KEEPS responsible business men and has leading citizens and Miss Jennie day and said Democracy is all able to be out again. Z the endorsement of thousands of A good stock of Fancy and Family Reynolds of St. Louis, married right in the West end of the county J. SJ- - McCall has bought his people Lexington Court -- Monday was Cleigymen and noted here on Oct :2th. he further tells us that his father mother's farm at tjiis place for $600 rin active day at the Stock Yards. throughout the country. We speak JjlfYou want to exchange pro- who Ins been confined to his room Instrument, Miss Alice Emerick has raturned There was 400 cattle on the mar- of that wonderful Which he sells at mighty duce for dry goods or groceries, for nine months says he thinks he to her home at Ft. Wayne, Ind,, ket and 'prices ranged from $3.60 Electropoise, aud ask your careful will be able to get to the polls and accompanied by her sister, Mrs. orLadies and Misses hats, call and tlie cures There was 500 head of examination in to to $nALOW FIGURES cast his vote for Goebel and the Zen Zimerick. A. Bryant. ;ce me. stock ewes and all sold at prices it has wrought. Col. A. P. Nuually balance of the ticket. Ky., Oct. 20 1S99 . 1 Mt Vernon Signal A. W. Stewart was here Monday Through a misunderstanding' Mrs. 0. J. Reynolds and pretty the fi lends of W. C. Mullins an-- ; children, Pay ton and Sallic, spent A new arrival at H. G. Edwards. nounced last weeks several F air f ''jMBrui lt.t-l.IJ- DEALING. k I . te J 111 & SON- Inter-Ocea- n, - JSa-nanth- a e. - - Mc-Ferr- '$ rat-tra- t-- . Co'urt-ho'use- ,'' UK v ' " - -- '' , - ad-les'- s. Land, Stock, Cropf yTnTI five-ye- ar g , - w, ofa y. was-comin- g W, R. McClure 3' GROCERIES , - I fimttlilIMIWIWIWIWtMIWIlMlttlttlWIWIWINIIlWtMmiWlt2 I " You May Bend the Sapling ! ' Innptproprinte. was n ministers' club meeting, and the cloth was exchanging experiences. "At a funeral, recently," said one of the clergymen, "I narrowly escaped laughing outright at an unconscious bit of humor I It HAT WAS WOT SUCCESSFUL. The Ottij.i- Tried to Economise, Dnt lUr Effort Met vrlth Tearful Ilcsnlts. - But Not the Tree," When disease Has become chronic And deep seated it is often difficult to cure it. That Is the reason h$ it is best to take Hood's Sarsaparllla token long-state- coursnof my moral applying eloquence, 'whj This is a plain, is it that there should be a peculiar appro- - lady who trimmed unvarnished story ol r. Shi in the gathering, about was endeavoring to her own hat. firiateness of friends and relatives whose economize and the brilliant idea that by purchns-ind, shows itself. In disease first tears fall like rain?' the trimmings and tenacious cases, Hood's Sarsa-parlt- ta "I paused them significantly to let my construct a hat that the frame she could Is also wonderfully successful. words sink in. when suddenly, with a choke ous as the ordinary would be quite as hideproducing flash, it crossed my mind that the linery creation and or extraordinary mildead man had been it milkman in the com she made a dozen orat much less cost. So more trips downtown munity for 25 years." Brooklyn Eagle. f7 and finally had gathered together a trunk full of bits of ribbon, steel Duckies, gauze, A Cur. I flowers, birds, fiber chamois, bolts, nvcts I Author I am troubled with insomnia, I barbed wire, varnish, bicycle cement, fcllIM1lIMIllllIWIl'lIMIMIItlltmiWIWIll lie awake at night hour alter hour thinking iron, ncrusta walton and all singular ingredients of a woman's hat, theof ray literary work. toFriend How very foolish of you! Why ferfi.1 and Y'omlerful frame that looked don't you get up and read portions of it? like a wire waste basket Boston Traveler. ioh Then, she haunted the display windows and If time is money some people's time matt cnanged-h- er mind something like a thouWorth $4 to SB compared with bo counterfeit. Chicago D.tily News. sand times regaining the manner in which other makes. she would trim that hat. Indorsed liy over She ewed on and ripped off the birds so niches have wings and poverty has stings. 1,000,000 ucurcrn. Chicago Daily News. often that .they looked much bedraggled ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES and were, indeed, very birds, Till fllSt UK h, W. L. Doirlai' but she finally succeeded in assembling the am antlprlet Lnp.d ob bolUm. hat and then, as she was going on a visit Tako no substitute clslmed to her mother and sisters, who lived in a to best Rood. Largest makers small city, she wore the magnificent creaof 13 anil l.l..'iO ftioen In the world. Yourdcslershouldkeep tion, calculating that they would go into "end you them If not, we convulsions over her hat. And they did. apalronrrcelptof price. Bute After they had kissed her several times and plain or cap toe. kind of leather, fire and width, Ciualoguo II Free assured her of their undying love her mothVY. L DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton. Man. er, who is a wise woman, with a keen sense of the proprieties, bade the elder of the unmarried sisters ring for the carriage. "I am so glad to sec my dear daughter," she said, "that I must buy her something. Now, HEADERS OF THIS I'APKH you drive down to the millinery store and DESIUINa TO 11UY ANVTUINO buy her the prettiest hat there before any ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS of Tier friends see her." SHOULD INSIST UPON 1IAV1NO And after the economical daughter had WI1AT TIIEV ASK FOR, IIEFUS1KQ departed for the millinery store the remainALL SU11STITUTKS OH IMITATIONS. ing members of the family fell upon the Sick headache. Food doesn't dl floor and screamed with laughter, for they knew a good thine when they saw it, even cest well, appetite poor, bowels con if they did live in a jay town. Chicago stipated, tongue coated. It's your Chronicle. liver I Aycrs Pills are liver pills, easy and safe. They cure dyspepSOLDIER KNEW HOW TO WOO. sia, biliousness. 25c. All Druggists. Makes millions think. Uavlntr "Wen the Yonng Woman' Want your moustache or beard a beautiful I Consent, He Succeeded with I lrown or rich black T Then use Permanently Cured. No fits or nerr- o tue Veteran Father..... . BUCKINGHAM'S DYE I Oouinctiatttrtfrstdar'suseof Dr.KllncTt ors 8 trial bottle and treatlta Ureal Nerre Restorer. CO SO CTI O. PWOTl. f. . B. H.lt NMU., N. H, free. Dr.ll.ll.KLI.NU.Ltd., 101 Arch 8u.riilla..l'a. "I tell you," shouted the old gentleman, "III not give my consent. I'm not the man to buy a pig in a poke or decide a case after hearing but one side of it. I don't believe he wai ever a soldier or ever saw a battle in his life. I don't care so much for that, but it's the false pretenses. I'm a veteran and I kp.ow a soldier when I see him. I'll give him marching orders the next time he cabs." "Hut, papa,, see how straight he walks and what a trim figure he has. And he has tId me about lots of battles." "lloshl There haven't been lots of battles since has was big enough to fight. I tell you that he's a false alarm. I'll trap him yet. I'll bet a house and lot that he can't go through the manual of arms." "Hut he can. He took a cane and showed me the whole thing. It was just grand." "What in creation do you know about it? You couldn't tell the difference between a 'right shoulder, shift,' and a 'double quick.' Did he enlist from Detroit?-- " "No, Chicago." "O, of course, some big city where it would take time to look him up. lie's a d g perpetrated. 'Why is it,' I aiked In tht A AVest Indlass Recently travelled up and down the ceast at will, upset all calculations, and acted in an entirely different manner from any other storm. Sometimes dyspepsia acts in the same way. It refuse to yield to tteatment which has cured similar cases. Then Hostettcr's Stomach Hitters should be taken. It will affect n cure speedily and naturally. It has cured stomach troubles for half a century. llrlcnne aI Try it. THOgfBMT" ZHcotCA SaUabWiifl cars. Cntclilnir Dp. 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Money which otherwise would have been expended in funerals, doctors and drug bills, loss of labor, etc. Swanson's "5 Drops" never fails to cure. It litis cured and is curing millions of people nlllictcd with acute and chronic rheumatism, sciatica, neuralgia, asthma, la grippe anil catarrh of all kinds. It will cure you. Try it. Large-sizebottle $1.00, sent on receipt of price, charges prepaid; 2.1) cent sample bottle sent free, on receipt of 10 cents to pay for mailllheu-mati- c ing. Agents wanted. Swanson'n Cure Company, 1G1 Lake St., Chicago. d A I.ni'k nf Cniincltjr. wonderful that ono small head can carry nil he knows?" "No. The wonder is where he stores all he thinks he knows." Cleveland Plain Dealer. State op Ohio, Citt of Toledo, I "Isn't it Lucas County, Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he la the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Chcnty & Co., doing business in the city of Torerto. 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Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Blood Purifier and used the Sanative Wash, and am now in good health. I wish others to know of the wonderful Sj good it has done me, ands have many friends taking now. Will always give your 6. ' medicine the highest praise. Mrs. A. Tolle, 1946 Hilton St., Philadelphia, Pa., writes : "Dear Mrs. Pinkham I was very thin and my friends thought I was in conHad continual sumption. headaches, backache and iVafevSSD-- w iJislLVii&fl falling of womb, and my eyes were affected. Every one noticed how poorly I looked nnd I was advised to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. One bottle relieved me, nnd after tak ing eight bottles am now a healthy woman; have gained in weight 95 pounds to 140 pounds, and everyone asks what makes me so stout." m, -- it. JIP' i&mM. liU Sworn to before me and subscribed in mv presence, tins 0th day of December, A. D. 1BS0. A. W. GLKASON, Seal Notary Public. 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