You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1899 mou1899102701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. .1 , c ft $v It j '- - - - ' -- mm:' - -- -- - V - Js f l "Miiil' VOLUME XIV. HEMMED IN BY BOERS SMALL SKIRMISHES. r.reral of Them Take l'lace In the In Which the Innure.nt. the Worat of It. 24.-?- The J'lilllp-pine- Irnum- gigini NUMBER 6. f l Ria ZteZGGZttZZ&&G&tt$Ztt$&'SrG$ZS-G-&ttttB-GG6Z&GZGiiGVqc- MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLJD.COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1899. r . , STATE t 'J NEWS Ifr-Vfv HAPPENINGS. DOUBLE Mra, Sis 9 THE LINCOLN COUNTY A The British Troops in the Vicinity Insurgents Manila, Oct. of Dundee Are in Very around Calaioba and Angeles havo NATIONAL BANE, Great Peril. ATTACK BY ENEMY HAS COMMENCED. The Boers Number 9,000 Strong-- , and Further Ncvs Is Anxiously Awaited by tho Bullish I'coplc. Hrltl.h Troop Ulencoe Defeat the Iloer. Near The Knsllah Commander. Geo. French, Alio lloutcd Them at Aland- laacln With Heavy to... , Gi.f.ncoe Camp, Oct. 23. After eight hours of continuous heavy fighting Tnlana hill was carried by tho Dublin Fusllccrs and the King's Rifles under cover of a well served artillery Gvi by the 13th and 09th batteries. The ltocrs who threatened tho British rear havo retired. The fight was almost an exact counterpart of that at Majuba Hill, except that the positions of the Boer and llritish forces wcro reversed. Gen. Symons was severely, but not danger- ment, Maj. Recfo commanding, emously wounded. Ho was shot through barked for Hollo Monday to reinforce the thigh, but no bones were broken. the tho troops. Mari-vel- Ho is cheerful. Although tho enemy's position was carried soon after 1 o'clock, scattered firing went on almost all afternoon. The final rush was made with a triumphant yell, and as tho Itritish troops charged to close quarters tho enemy turned and flod, leaving all their impediments and guns behind them in their precipitate flight. London, Oct. 21. The warofllce Sunday afternoon published tho following: "White, commander in Natal, to tho secretary of state for war, filed at October 2i 10:30 a. m. In tho action at Elandslaagte yesterday thctrooDs cntrncccl were tho.follotv- - p3mai the postmaster at Dixon, Ky., is dying from hydrophobia. Ho was bitten by a mad dog over four years ago and imPAINFULLY INJUR! ISDlr ' f mediately had tho wound cauterized. ?; Mr. Mooney was kept in fear for Hon. Joht Young Drown Ve KaWhll months that he would have the hydroHoarding a Train at Lltehfleli . phobia and kept a loaded pistol at his Leg Sprained or Uroke bf-side all the time, his intention bninn MONEY ORDER SYSTEM. fjgj to end his life upon the appcarancu of Louisville, Ky., Oct. 24. ? 7 any svmntoms of madness. The svmtv- Young Brown was painfull . ' at? tJL jh ... . . The Annual Report Show, a Large InLitchfield Monday night.'tft.em.ift wihs uiu noi appear unm a jew oays crease Over La.t Year Ordera Drawn jigo,' and the physicians say it will bo the act of boarding a tr t In tuba and I'orto Itlco. straining a tendon or fraidBaaaaaaaflk ( Ttipossible.fpjave" the man's life. Mr. Moodcy old, andt has been Washington, Oct. 24. Tho annual left leg. The car was ,, BBm postmaster of D.xon fora number of was a report of the money order system of ., the post ofllce department shows a brought to this city. T U I laBBBBE32!,,Ji', At Liberty for an Hour. total Issue during the year amounting twice broken befori flBBBBBBBBi Ky., DeUJJi Ike Smith,, to S224,05S,8G3, an incrase of S20s01,-40- 3 was unable to deter i MM- YWvllaS!n'0"L " convict in tho stateover last year. The total earn- whether or not flaBaaaV S MfrnTCb tlary here", enjoy edUa, short nebroken, but thinks ings of the system, aggregating Gov. Bra show an increase of ''305,004. strained. ed'ovpr thj! waUjnjrle ln,siUutloT On these orders a war revenue tax of field Monday In th 9flaHT tLi Wittr nMillmne rt.iiiiHkJ ah'Iiau. KUUC dldacy. 8570,880 was collected. Thero were ,.am m Wacd TTTunoViSmith money 4.300. .new orders of ATIbbbV SbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbSbbbH IV TROOPS f i bothered tho Americans lately with their repeated attacks, like most of tho Filipino attacks, consisting of shooting a lot of ammunition into their opponents' camp from long range. Maj. Cheatham's battalion of tho 37th Infantry, thrco companies of the 21st infantry, a battery of the 5th artillery and a Gatlin gun sallied out Monday morning from Calamba, drove tho Filipinos from their trenches and pursued them for thrco miles, inflicting heavy loss on them. One American was killed and three were wounded of tho 21st Infantry. Lieut. Ferguson, with 20 scouts of tho 20th regiment, reconnoitcrlng near Labao, encountered a party of mounted Filipinos. Ho killed six of them and captured eight, with ten rifles. Four men from tho gunboat were lured ashore, IS miles from Hollo by a flag of truce, and tho insurgents killed one of them, wound. d ono and captured a third. The gunboat wob unable to fire for fear of wounding the Americans. Tho 2d battalion of the 10th regi- LEXINGTON BATTALN. Nightly Brill Have Ueen OnWeil-Tl- ie $ MURDER. OF STANFORD, KY. Impr.tilon I That They .May lie teat to Clay CounttsR Pepper, un Aged Woman and llei Grandnnn. Killed Evidently for the I'urpoie of Kobb.ry. cold-blood- os Ky., Oct. 22. The Lexington battalion, Kentu'clcyf state guards, reported at the armoryjFrlday evening In reply to a speelalifl'from the respective company commanders,, who in turn havo orders - f win Cob Williams to drill every nlghfuyil fur-tner orders, vol wuiiamssrecelved his orders from AdjtyjHertfifCollier and Is not acquainted -- wituftih'e'ir significance. The inllitiBmcnjb&S tho impression that they are to' be sent " Circulfjgouft again to Manchester. opens at the Clay county'capiiffneit week and in the light, of 6ccujrcn6es since the assassination of Tohjyiaker at thrt last term of court iSllyrery likely that troops in greate'rjEufiaberK will be necessary tho &: Ml. iho court. Lexinoxon, News of a double murder, evidently committed for tho sole purpose of robbery, has reached this city from Lynn Camp creek, Hart county. Mrs. Sis Pepper, an aged woman of that neighborhood, and her grandson, a boy named Hudglns, are tho victims. They had been dead nearly two days when discovered, and their mangled bodies had been lying out in the yard, where they had been thrown by the murderers. The deed was committed with an ax and Mrs. Pepper had been chopped almost to pieces. Hat Hydrophobia. Dixon, Ky., Oct. 24, A. W. Mooney, noDOENVii.LE, Ky., Oct. 21. Capital SlOO.OOO. Successors to Fanners Bank, and Trust Go., STANFORD, KY., And continuously under same management for '29 years. Solicits your Bank account hoping such bussiness rela-Sowill prove materially profitable and pleasant. ns DIEEOTOES. J.J.Williams. S. A. H. Shanks. W. Carpenter. J. E .Lynn. William Gooch. J. B. Owsley. J. S. Owsley, Sr. J. F. Cash. W, H. Cummins, Ev. J1 .? . President. J. B. Owsley, Cashier. W. M. Bright, Asst. Cashier. S. H. SlianlcH, yiisa K-JU WILLIS GRIFFIN, v: Weal v Undertaker .rxro "aaaaaaaaaaaak LaaaaaaaaaH." -- ty Tilwi 7 "liai fr Bn ttTI m m, MBBBBBBBBBBBBrBBBBBBBBBBBl.BBBBBBBaBBBDJ' ;:MX. VERNOK.KY if funeral Director: .jjr ... wS", ,&. vev upv-Jll-X- I ft.1.1, . "H KfinnaCoffl p?rial Light llorso and two squadrons of Natal carbineers: artillery. 21st field battery, 2d field battery, and tho Natal field battery; Infantry, the Devonshire regiment, half a battalion of tho Gordon Highlanders and tho Manchester regiment. Tho whole forco was under Gen. French, with Col. Inn Hamilton commanding tho infantry. "At 3:30 p. m. our guns took a position on a ridge 4,100 yards from the Doers, whero guns at once opened fire. This flro was generally well directed, but somewhat high. This time, contrary to previous experiences, their shell burst well. "Tho Boer guns, although often temporarily silenced, invariably opened fire again on tho slightest opportunity, and wcro served with great courage. After severe fighting our Infantry carried the position. At 0:80 p. m. this was accomplished, the enemy standing his ground to tho last with courage and tenacity. Tho Fifth Lancers and a cquadran of the Fifth Dragoon Guards charged three times through the retreating Boers In1 tho dark, doing considerable execution. "Wo captured the Boer camp, with tents, wagons, horses, and also two guns. Tho lloer losses wcro very con desirable, including a number of wounded and unwounded prisoners. Among the former are Gen. Jan Kock and Viet Joubert, nephew of Commandant Gen. Joubert. ' One goods train with supplies for Glcncoo camp and nine English prisoners were recovered. Our loss, I re grct to say, was heavy. It is roughly computed at 150 killed and wounded. London, Oct. 24. Up to midnight tho war office was besieged with inquiries, the heavy lists of British losses causing much heartburning. f.thX5tl2Bton?auarsMUro?lmr money orders issued. The report shows that while for SO years past the aver-t.g-o amount of each order has decreased, the averago during the past year was S7.2S, an increase of 40 cents over the previous year. Orders drawn in Cuba and paid here aggregated SV 345,003, and vice versa 855,150: In Porto Rico those drawn for payment here, 5409,185, and vlco versa, 813,173. O'BRIEN EXPELLED. The Farnelllte Member for Kilkenny City Ouated From tho llougo of Common! by a Vote of 310 to 30. London, Oct. 24. During tho courso of Monday's proceedings, whllo tho house of commons was discussing the report of the supplementary estimates, Patrick O'Brien, Parnellite member for Kilkenny city, declared, that tho hands of the British secretary of state for tho colonies, Joseph Chamberlain, were as much stained with blood as those of any murderer who ever mounted the scaffold. Tho speaker, William Court Culley, called upon Mr. O'Brien to withdraw his remark, but ho refused to do so, whereupon tho house, by a vote of 310 to 20, resolved to suspend htm, and he left tho house, romarklng: "You had better bring up another army corps, unless you want it somewhere else." Tho house then adjourned. GEN. FUNSTON'S SWORD. He Fays That the Keport That lie Would Not Accept On Account of the Inscription 1. Not True. San Fiiancisco, Oct. 24. In regard n to tho report sent out that Qen. would not accept tho sword to be presented by the people of Kansas on Said a worlsingman, who was read- account of tho objectionable inscriping tho list: "If this is tho price of tion, "I can hold this position until my suzerainty, good God, but we are pay- regiment is mustered out," on the blade, said: ing in full." It Is regarded as not impossible that "I certainly do not intend to do any I greatly appreciate the Gen. White may yot bo compellod to such thing. concentrate all the Natal forces at proposed presentation of a sword from Ladysmlth and await tho arrival of tho people of my state, and the inscription is one of which I shall altho array corps. I can see no London, Oct. 24. Groat alarm is felt ways bo proud. reason why any one should imagine in London over the position of Gen. accept tho sword Yule and his troops noar Glencoe. It that I would not with this inscription other than that I Is known that his forco is surrounded not said the words thus attributed by a largo army of Boers, whoso had to me. I did say them." Is estimated at fighting strength Hot October aath.r In Nebraika. Omaha, Neb., Oct. 24. All existing There is no attempt in official circles to conceal tho anxiety over the situa- hot weather records for tho last ten tion. Reference was made to it in days in October tho past SO years have parliament by several speakers, and been broken in Nebraska during tho tho government is awaiting with past three days. Saturday tho mei? grave concern further news from tho cury reached 89 in tho shade' at 4 p. ui. on Sunday It stood at 68 for four front. hours, and Monday tho maxiOArK.TowN, Oct. 24. News has been received from Dundee to tho effect mum was 8, with a high degree of that tho Boer disaster at Elandslaagto humidity, which made tho heat very staggered tho Boers completely, ren- hard to bear. The hot wave has been dering the attack upon Dundee feeble, accompanied by a gala (roia the south. Fun-sto"A con-secutl- """ - ' " fnjaBiaaaaaarT" Col. Chen ault o W.il. and Stato Force. daatt. BBBl lBBBr Jfi to Move at OinjeTTIlaRflTTIVMrf'TII ichmond, Ky., Oct, 22 Public an- ounceinent has been made of the London, Ky., Oct 23.r-t!lOrders buTcIegraph or Telephone Promptlu Attended to Dau or NltfU. ioming marrlago of Col, John B. Che- .A circuit court opened Mai" 'm nault, late democratic candidate for I Chester. The fuedlsts, Edti BaBaavd state auditor and vico president of tho Chadwell and Sol, Tom and J wWlnUn Stato bank here, and Miss Li da Burwill be tried for tho kllllnffofltJeputy gess, a prominent and wealthy society Wash Thacker, of the Phllpot'faction. lady of Maysvllle, Ky. Gov. Bradley has troops In, readiness to vjeg Itetenue Air.nt Transferred. go to the protection of the court immeLouiBVii.i.E, Ky., Oct. 23. David diately upon request of tho judge. Since the last term of court 20 men Gates, internal revenuo agent for tho ftfKk and one woman have been shot, and Kentucky district has been tr tnsferrcd to tho Atlanta district, whero he will there are only four indictments. have charge of Alabama, Georgia and to Court. Florida. He is succeeded by Agent W. 7a the I'lneo LoxpoN Deiot, Ky., .Oct. 24. Court W. Yates, of Pennsylvania. to Ilujr convened at Manchester Monday mornItrothers' Fatal Quarrel. - J. . ing for the trial of the Clay county npnr.c. Patpmt MFniriMF;W; -- .. Zr-. n M1I livwww, Winchester, Ky., Oct. 23. At Ford feudists. All factions were on hand, V?V Icwci DV QTATIOMCDV I Jerry Taylor and Joe Taylor, brothers, heavily armed. Tho records of eviXMr; a KS! MO dence against James and Sol Griffin, and colored, fought, and Joe was disoars and 10baccos who are In jail there, charged with the emboweled by Jerry with a pockot Paints and Oils. , B re ttJ? murder of Deputy Sheriff Wash knife. The wound is fatal. Jerry fled Call whori la Thacker, havo been stolen from the and has not been apprehended. A disSjJSX- o fV Cw C. G. DAVIS & co., g & Town. i1 rv i Yj county judge's office. It is believed pute over the prop r way to rais a this was done by the Griffin faction to children caused the trouble. Mt. Vernon, Ky. prevent indictments being returned by Another Hcirlver Appointed. SC tho grand jury. About 00 of the l'hil-pWasiiinoion. Oct.22. The control'ci faction armed with Winchesters of the currency Friday appointed were on hand to prosecute the Grlfflns James B. Boss, of Union City, Ind., receiver of the First national bank ol Got Only the Child. Pauucah, Ky., Oct 24. Mrs. J. C. Newport Ky., to take the plnce ol Nixon, of Uopklnsville, ran away from G. B. Wllshlre, tho present receive! her husband and camo to this city who resigned. Monday 'morning with another man Obicene Literature Through the Mall. and her child. The husLouisville, Ky., Oct. 23. Harry D. band came down on a later train Williams has been arrested, charged and rescued the child, the mother re- with sending obscene literature fusing to return. The alleged man In through the malls. The literature in the case very discreetly made himself question consisted of midlcal adverscarce. tisements. Farm Hand Charged With Murder. Threatened With a CoiTli'dluj-l'ADUCAMunfoudsvii.i.k, Ky., Oct. 23. Dep-t- y Ky., Oct 24. Ed Hyede, Hockw-F- . H. Colllor, M. D. Blmoro, J. Sheriff John E. Hubbard arrested aged 00, "was arrested hero Monday J, W. Hnydon, W. P. Walton, J. W. A. Trlbblo, 0 T. Harria Rold, T. P. Hill, S. H Bauffhraan, and lodged In jail hero George Davis, while, it is alleged, ho was trying to and M. J. Miller. who lived on the farm of Mrs. Shtpp, elope with Sallie Brown. who, with her grandson, was murdered Tho couple came from Princoton.'Ky., Wc solicit tho accounts of th.-- citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining countie Monday night Blood was found on and wcro arrested before being wedassuring them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to Wh Peisonal application and correspondence, with a view to his clothing. lie claims that he got it ded. Tho Irate paicnts of the girl business relations, renpcctfully Invited. there while possum hunting. Tuo threaten tho aged man with a cotvhid-in- g other men who are suspected are bePrincewhen he gets back to McRobortB, Cashier) Jno. J. S. docker, Pros., ing pursued. ton. UIcKinney, Ass'fc . aBBBaaWBr!---!,t e1 "aBBBW"BBBn JaTaT daSSSHbt . CVel-aClay Connty llrcn mail iBn"' " TT a'fflcl'0K&JtafliBEi' Rulr 19H& ', Urn ilMi 4X-- T. 111 " - x GREEN FRONT DRUG STORE --1 "K&iyS - Jiniiuiiuvi, .. j m yjf$ ot 3g VVVrP mws&tm tf&'KMK'S&'SE e1Kct.aSJcvvSfc sysysyryyjSi rnmafsm$m& g r& FRST BANK OF STANFORD, KY. 1 .A jr Capital Stock, $100,000. Surplus, $17,320, ii. DIREOTOES: a -- .. . J. Inaueuratlon Hate Fixed. , court FiiAM-FOiiTKy., Oct. 2t. Assistant of appeals Friday in the caso of Jerome Secretary of btate Wood is plied with B. Kespess, tho Covington poolroom lotters asking the date of tho inauguraman, a decision was rendered affirming tion of the next governor. The law a judgment of tho Kenton circuit court provides that the governor bhall tako Imposing a fine of 81,000. his scat tho fifth Tuesday after election, December 12. Other stato offTrafllo Delayed. Ky., Cet 20. C. - O. icers will not go in till the first MonGheknut, freight No. 72 made a wreck hore Wed- day in January. nesday motning of a car loaded with Acquitted, Hut Mint Lear. shelled corn, tearing off Its trucks. Bknton, Ky., Oct. 20. Noah FrankTraffic was delayed. lin, who was recently tried and acquitNew Kentucky I'o.t Ofllce. ted of the chaige of killing Daisy Washixoton, Oct. 22. A post office Octobor 30, 1S00. has received a htsbeen established at Chaney, Tay- written warning at his home near lor county, Ky., vrith U. H.. Sullivan as Briensburg that he roust leave th postmaster. county at once or suffer. tut-liva- Fine Against lt.tp.tt Affirmed. FBANKFonT, Ky., Oct 22. In A. A. Cnshicr. t - " GO TO JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY.. For Everytlilmj lu - 33ry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, General Merchandise. t. 4 It P . BEST GOODS AT LIVING PRICES, zsneaxran Xt r ' Tm zg&zptzm'-tzi??"-- "' & . Mkt! 85 cts? Are you wot in favor of a law that will save you money as n j Mt Vernon Friday, Oct, ":" J lR fc Ffc . buyer of school books for your children? Such a law has pioved' Iii Tlirir Embrace the Tiujav. a great help to the people of Ten- - Have ' era of till! Mho Grass Klat&'jf Published every Friday by nessee, Virginia, Texas and Indioy ana it you want to fAMES AAIiET. buying your books, vote for Sena- republicans" responsible. $I.OO tor Goebel. ON'E YKAK SWBSCRM'TION asthma or bronchitis. Gunrantecu Chliiu School Hook Mill Would C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon; 7,r, -during the State camIn 1895, Kentucky From tho" Dr. Clark; Brodhead; Hagan Bros., rales made known on paign, Gov. Bradley piomised aud ivcrtis''nz Grnsti of (hn Livingston. Hook Coinjiiiny. jE affiliation solemlj pledged to the voters of this Stale that the Ropublicans The Echool book bill which was deNo variety of pears wiil ripen would do Jour things if elected, feated In tho last legislature by Urn so finely on tho trees as they will vi.: 1st They would reduce your solid when gathered and ripened iu the to taxes. 2nd. That they woula rPKPItnRepublican vote va3 intended n.. lfnnrtiflw f triwt ! nll house. V show from the books at Frankfort j American Book company, OIu ," of which that the people were daily robbed Judge Beckner wrote thla a few months On the 10 1I1 of December 1S97 Democrats, bv the ltd. Thnt ago: Rev. S. A.- Donahoe, W. Vn., con"The Standard Oil company' Is they would increase the school per the only trust Iu the world that which tracted a severe cold capita. 4th. That they would cqua'ls the American Book company was attended from the beginning by In the amount of capital Invested abolish the State Board ot Equalviolet coughing. He says: "After and tho unscrupulouantsa ol the ization. Now no jRepublican can resorting to a umber ot methods employed to control, withtruthfully say these four pledges out a rival, the business In which specifics' usually kjpt in the house were not made, Have they fulit Is engaged." to no purpose, I purchased a bottle Now Judge Beckner Is found on the 42 WORTH OF PRESENTS filled a single gpledge? Did they DEMOCRATIC TICKET. of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy stump denouncing tho Democrats who For 50c worth of work. We are reduce your taxes.' In '95, the endeavored to secure the passage of which acted like a charm. I most giving away Watches, Bicycles, year that the Democrats went out the Ohinn school bill. Ono unfortucheerfully recommend it to the pub- Sewing Machines. For Ooverniir, Guns &c, to nate characteristic of the Judge Is that of power, your State tax was VHXIAM CiOEnEL. of Kcntou. lic." For sale by Theo. Wesley introduce our paper., PASTIME he falls to Ind anything good In w,hat now it is 52 just 10 cents high any ocher person attempts to For Icntcna.it Uoveruor. do for it he high class illustrated family paper HIVKIUM, of Nclion J. C. er, yet they promised to lower school children of the state. InTbls Attorney CJcmrnl For Call and see my line of fancy of from a 16 to 32 large pages: 64 IJryiin's SiiKK'H"oiii. them. Did they show that the speech ho says that the bill doe3 not HO"T J.IU:OICINKIDan, of Hoyl to 128 columns ol Choice Good In his speech delicred at Ohlcago groceries and get bargains. people were robbed? No! but require tho commissioners who art to For Auditor, sdect tho school books to havejnany Mr. Bryan, in discussing th Trust Stories Literature, Art Humor (il'S (i, COl'IiTKII, of Graves SW. Davis upon the other hand the records special qualifications for that wcyL-- In Evil, suggested ono remedy. Ho said: Fr TrMktirfr G. IIAGKIl, f Boyd Letters of Travel in Foreign Lands were clear and clean and every dol this he Is mistaken. Tho bill sayi'the "The great trouble has been that .. &c: &;. And all you have to do to i while our platforms denounce corporalar properly accounted for. They commissioners During the winter of 1897 Mr. Fr Secretary of St'Ue "Shall be chosen with special refer- tions, corporations control the elector! C. II. II ILL, nt Chirk therefore, failed in their secoi.d ence to their scholarly and Jatnes Retd, one of the leading get $42, worth of presents is to get business and place under obligations to them For Sunt, nf Public Instruction pledge. Have they increased the qualifications, one member 4'to be tho men who are elected to enforce thb citizens and merchants of Clay, 20 subsribers at 10c each. Send H. V. MuCIIKSNKY. of Livingston school per capita? The last year chosen from each appellate district and law. Let me propose a remedy not a Clay Co., W. Va., struck his leg 10 in stamps for full paiticulars, For Commissioner of Agriculture more than three of them I. 11. KALL, of Jeilerion the Democrats were in power the notthe same political party." to belong remedy but a step, I think, In the right against cake of ice in such a man- long list of presents and our paper, to For Kalllonil Coiimix'sioner Third district direction. Le the laws, state and naschool per capita was $2 80; the It be- PASTIME for 6months Address The Judge says the present law la all tional, make It u enal offenss for any ner as lo bruise it severely. A W HAMILTON, of Montgomery Ky. very next year under the Repub- right because he wrote It and put In a corporation to contributs to any cam- came verv much swollen aud pained THE PASTIME Louisville provision which requires each publish- paign fund of any political party. You him so badly that he could not walk licans it dropped down to $2.20 people This year it is $2.70; which you er who furnishes books for any county remember the testimony taken before a without crutches. lie was treated It is with tiarrow-souleIn the state to give a bond In the sum senate committee a few years ago, 'a'3 with narrow necked bottlOs readily see is yet lower thau we of $10,000 that he will sell his bodies as when the head of the eugar trust tcirfc, iby physicuns, also used several the less they have in them, the had it. Yet they promised they cheaply In Kentucky as In another fled that the sugar trust made It Its kinds of liniment and two and a KEEPS hidre noiSe hey make iu pouring it would make it higher. They have state. Such a provision Is found ln,the business to contribute to campaign half gallons of whisky in bathing it law, but for some reason 4fjjfrttW fujads, and when asked to which on It gave any rebel until he A good stock of Fancy and Family never made an attempt to abolish ot tho law failed to have contributed, replied 'that it depended but nothing an - m the State Board of equalization as could sue on the bond it I on. circumstances. io wnicu .iunu ao began using Chamberlain's Pain Bryan says: "I would risk the violated, and to whom contribute in Massachusetts?' was Balm. This brought almost a they said they would do. No hon covered should be pa'ls 'To the Republican fund.' 'To alienation of every friend I have in complete cure in a week's time and est, truthful Republican cau deny book trust is not afraid Wkicli lie sells at mighty fund In New York?' 'To the Kentucky rather than use my voice what ve say: Can you vote for as that. It Is wll kno ratio fund. 'To which fund In he believes that had he not used pohl In states' against principles dearer than my ersey?' 'Well, I have to look at this remedy his leg would have had LOW FIGURES. a party that failed to carry out these hrnlr ftrn law similar to the Chln own life." ooks; that Is a doubtful state' I to be amputated. Pain Balm is uu four pledges, yea even to carry out to 50 per cent less tharivffra mean to say that tho remedy will bruises and a single one? Stop, my Republi- are cold In Kentucky. raplote one, but I believe when equaled for sprains, Brown is shrieking "pusillani- can lriends aud think before you ever heard ofUhe Repl 'For sale by Theo. veni a corporation from con- - rheumatism. to eambaicn funds you have mous scoundrel and cowaidly vote. Throw away your .political general, who nmrjra Ky.. eulng on onaot step. In the right' .direction to- Wesley Mt. Vernon. " ' 'liars!'1 the IsistTTreRortw at briffled preTudic;e. un dwalk. u p tatut jf otaforVi&5lflcTrJiiVlgo'liccki ' iAMmrWflVZSBfifr '.V XXA 'legislation.'.'3 tter i '"1 (fejpjinotffiiftliknancywand Honest elections, lor cheaper school r 'T.Mi.1 iu., u.k TtrhU' .. ....v-Is n forecast of the speeches Mr. Forty acres on the waters of jrh KiirTbrtally WQu'nt&d.vani'.y. Tlryan will make In Kentucky during bool& aud to prevent railroads value than blank sheet qf p THE BANNER PILE CURE. Boone's Fork, 2 miles eajt of Brod-hea' f fif vnnr (rnhrM lxnl?ft and .vrmKbrtri ""t .,... 1. I t half of Ooiober. If such a law Is Banner Salve. It gives itn from exacting unjust charges from that tihey ore furnl3hed by.'tHf Jhnjerh, the last In Kentucky and could be ap adjoining James Crawford's fxlsttd TiiE general claim of Goebel the poor people in order to inciease can Book company, which Jlrlfe Rlpclt .piled to the I & N. railroad, tha state mediate relief and will soon eflcc farm. House of rooms aud kitch4 C.'C. Davis & Co. ner so Justly denounced managers is 10,000 or 11,000 plu their alrcadv enormous wealth. Democratic ticket would win by 100,000 a cure. 25c. en. Good Inrn. Place all iu grass. ago. Comvare th mon-thMl. Vernon; Dr. Clark, Brodhead majority. rality in Louisville and Jefferson t K n I km v Viliu wie nrlAui nolrl tit Good fencing, Fine locust grove a 1JC1 a i icvj Hagan Bios., Livingston. Jt' county. prediction Should that Discrimination Is Itobliery. and the maximum prices fixed byrtho can be used for locust posts. Two WILDIE. Chinn bill, and then determine by your" ' Bourko Cockran In his speech at the .come true, added to Acting ChairCome and sec the fine'tlisplay of springs of fine water. 'Call on votos whether you will trust the (Dem- trust meeting fit Chicago said: man Smith's plurality of 21,000 in W. T. Crawi'oud, party or the Republican pirty "Tho public official in control ot any Millinery goods at popular"prices. ocratic (the State, it would make Goebel's J. Fish, Heury Woods and Win. to regulate the cost of your cchool great public franchise who gives to Kingston, Ky. v.. Mrs. Ella Baker total plurality 21,000, or 22,000. Hayes were in Louisville last week books. any ono man opportunities at tho ex;i'ivq At Owensboro a few days ato Mr. pense of another, robs that other parbuying their fall and winter stock Taylor was shown a copy cf Montgomty, If not of the property In his posJudgk Morrow in a speech for dry goods fU ery's History, which sells for cr, conts sesion, of the opportunity to acquire A big cut iu saddles and harness the Republican ticket, at Albauy, W111. Fish, aged 72, who has In Indiana and for $1 in Kentucky, property." at S. W, 'Davis'. a few days ago, said: can be was asked to show if there was It Is this evil that the McChord railbeen confined to his room for eight and difference between the two books, any said tolhe credit of Kir. Goebel road bill, indorecd by tho Democratic years and is well known by every- &nd to reffr to the matter In that he is honest, sober and and a body in this county; who served the his he failed 'Tho Republican orators convention, is intended to prevent. Mr. speech. Cockran suggesed this remedy: YOU ought to know that when man of ability." Because of the meet facts "An officer of a corporation grantpeople iua public capacity for 21 and their alders can'tpresent the their suffering from any kidney trouble In utterance of this truth, the Paragon years, united with the Christian which tho Democrats ing a special favor to any person who that u safe, sure remedy is Fooley's fight against the book trust. has the right to ubo that possession en Kidney feels itself called upon in a lengthy Cure. Guaranteed or monchurch Sunday and 'w'as baptised in equal terms with everybody else ought The Man (loebcl. editorial to apologize for Judge font C C. Davis & Co., testimony Is needed In suppart of to bo hcl'd guilty of a serious felony. ey refunded. at his son's, J. Fish's where If Morrow Mt. Vernon; Dr. Clark, Brudhend; Curious? telling 't. tho proposition that Ooebel Is the right No fines, no Judicial rebukes, no dehe haV been for some time. Home Journal, sort of man for governor It can ba nunciation from platforms, no legis- Hagan Bros , Livingston. There was a Republican speak- found in abundance. He was Hardin's lative enactment; declaring things are ing at the school house here Fri- second choice, while fitone wanted reprehensible will touch tho subject, Some of the speakers of the day night. Judge Colyer and U. Goebol to get the nomination If he but a specific enactment that a spsclal Danville Steam Laundry first ' county are saying that .if .we pass S. Marshal Short were the princi- couldn't get It for himself. John rate granted to any one not enjoyed class work. Represented in Mt. Young Brown (saving himself always) by the other is a felony, and proper the China Book Bill that we will pal orators. Subject: Goebel was for Goebel first. He told Senator means toward punishing It will do Vernon by D. S. Putdom, the BarLook ess Yqizp Mfrroi' ' have inferior books; that the print Election Law. tf Frazler of Shelby county that when something toward checking it, and, ber. Do yott ceo sparkling: eyes, a healthy, Goebel made a man a promise, the my friends, thla la net any Inconsidwill be so fine that the children tinted s!:ln, n sweat cxpresaion nnd n crocc-Jform t Tlicso rtttractlona nro tho raault The oldest man in Kentucky man could go to sleep with absolute' erate statement; It Is a crime of the can't study them, and the leaves pi nou neaun. it tney nro nbeent, tliero is nearly nlways somo disorder of tho disassurance that tho promise would be first magnitude." will be like the common wrapping livs iu Jackson county. He is tinctly fomlino organs present. Healthy kept to the very letter. On another menstrual organs mean health nnd btfiuty ItciMiliHoaris Foster Trusts. paper found upon the counters of William Raraev. aged 102 years occasion Brown said Goebel can write Trusts have grown to such ominous our stores. These speakers sure- He was in Wildio last week, a better brief on one page of paper proportions during the last two years, TGM-FERRLwrite on 20 ly don't know that it costs more to and walked the most of the way than must lawyers can of and' are creating so much alarm among pages. Judjo Pryor, one the ablest set small type for a book than large from home, a 'distance "of twelve and best men In the state, said when tho people in all tho states, that the leading men are being called together type; alid that book paper is about miies. MKAI.KK IN friends tried to get him to run for govtuakes women beautiful and healthy.' somo means to in conference to as cheap as a good Quality ot wrapIt Ftnlces at tho root of all Young Brown and his few ernor: "I am for Senator Goebel. I check growth of devise unlawful comJolni fc these WHISK. WIKrS. &.C.. &c trouDte. 'lucre is 110 menstrual Oictr, know hlra, and therefore I am for disping paper. followers reminds me of the days him. I would rather see him governor binations, and compel them to submit order, ache or pain which it will not' cure, it is lor the mutuinjr girl, tho The seven Commissidners ap of Benedict Arnold, who was hon than bo governor myself. Such a man to tho requirements of law. Mr. Bryan busy wifo aud the matron approaching has been called upon to attend three pointed for their "Scholarly attain- ored by the Americans with the la needed In Kentucky today." the change of life. every trying such conferences within a month. Tha Fit e whiskies at up! crisis in a woman's Atlife it brings and $2 ments aud business like qualifica- command of West Point, but for A I'ertliient Query. governors of tho various sttaes are health, strength nnd happiness. It When a Republican county Judge In being urged to call the legislatures totions" together with the Super- greed or personal animosities, be Our Rockcasilv friends can write costs $ 1.00 of medicine- dealers. Jefferson county In 1896 refused to ap- gether In special session to enact rigid intendent of Public Instruction trayed his people into the hands of For advico in crccs requiring special or Thi.k:iovk. point a slnglo Bryan Democrat to directions, address, giving Bynsp"' cms,- J laws. Tho Democrats In tho meet aud have the various books the "British, but was detected in the serve aB an election ofller, and tha " Tho Ladies' Advisory Department," I ' to be last Kentucky legislature Introduced adopted right before them, act and escaped to the enemy. 'lue Chattanooga llediciue Co., ChatHe Bryan, electors were not represented and championed such a law, nnd It tanooga, Tenn. which they closely examine, both was never trusted by those he en j In more than 40 election precincts, and would have passed but for the solid MRS. ROKCNA I.KWIS, of OtnavUlc, a Democratic city was reported to hava opposition of the Republican members. "I va trouble J r.t noitl.ly Touin, say pnut and quality, before adopting deavoured to aid. So with John given a Republican majority of 13,000, liUcrn with tcrtltilo f.ahu In my head and t back, but havo been entirely rellevtd by Wine them; then, when the book is Young Brown, he is tiying to give didn't the Democrats- have the right Do you think In tho faco of that conu, waiuui. Republican party In Kenadopted, that sample is .filed away over to the Republican party the to soy something was wrong with tki , duct that the relied upon to placa a bo tucky can Vitli a'$io.ooo" bond that the pub- State of Kentucky; the Democrats election law? controlling hand on theso unlawful SUKVEYOU- No Argument. lishing house will make every book of the State once giving to him combinations? the K It is no argument against tho new "sent o'ut like the sample; in every txaulted position Every Republican in the legislature of Governor. election law to say that under tho old ''respect, which you see at once, ' He will never be trusted by those law the Democrats had a majority ol except- ono' voted against tho McChord Also, an Agent for th good books. My Republi- he is trying to aid, (the Republi- tho county Judges. Under tho old sys- railroad bill. Every Democrat voted Tailors iu the work' It. Two senators, elected as DemManufacturers tem tho only way for the Democrats for can friend are you not in favor of cans.) nor his own party either. to have held their own would have ocrats, changed their votes, after tho of Li mi! anil I'ri:' a law to reduce the price of a First Well cau lie say: I have dug my was vetoed, and voted against It. been for the Deraoiratlc county judges bill o Tbf furnish Litre, l'u"''.iUg Reader from i7cts to iocts; of a own political grave and in u very to have acted as corruptly as the Re- Those two men took part In the L. & N. convention at Lexington and aro History from $1.00 to 75 cts; of a short time will be buried in obliv- publican county judges, and that the cut Ilellibln Dcriom of n mpchstitctl orlnventlremtnd StiM. rough quarr.' the Democratic ticket. dcslrlDK ntrlp lotho l'nrls Imposition, will) good ' could cot do. l 8l(irTnilrxtw,niipli1. Hioiilrt write Complete Geography from $1,35 to ion. - ir upllv il :l Xlio rATEjrritECOIlU, lialtluioro, aw 27 1S99. Signal Til;? fiiiniiEL 1 SAVED MY LIFR. COILS OF THE TRUST J ( - sivc-.mone- r. Aiiii-rli'iii- i t " jc, 420 Are (ht Members of the lMWirnitlo Xiiticiiiit ( iiiimilttci'. Tho eyes of Democrats nil over the United States are turned toward Kentucky. The Democintlc national com- ' n:.Uce, which met at Chicago Sept. 18, 'r"DtPtl the following leaullnfl: of the T!-r.::icr.::I party la s.3sIon at Chicago to consider the work of party organization prepniatqry to the campaign cf 1S00, sends gt'ectlng to the Democracy cl tho nation, with tho assurance that the prospfct ofDemccratlc success next year grows brighter every day. and we hive every reason for confidence a3 to tho outcome. The great need now is h organization party unity nn.l The committer up;cai3, therefore, to our part) friends In all the states, and in tha states where elections are to be held thla year, to put nsldo all local differences wherever they exist and suppott the regular party ticket cirncstly and enthusiastically, keeping always In view the great' strugglo of next year, and remembering that In unity there is strength and in division weakness. Especially do we nppeal to the Kentuiky Democracy to give loyal support to the regular ticket In that 6tate, headed by Mr. Goebel, and thereby make a sure Democratic victory In the state and the ieturn of Blackburn to the senate of the United States." Dem-tcratli' tho.-cug- A dose or two of Foley's Honey and Tar will prevent an attack of pneuminia. grip or severe cold if , colds taken in time. croup, la grippe, hoarsness, difficult breathing, whooping cough, incipient consumption, nstlimn or bronchitis, Gives positive relief in advanced stages of consumption, Cures-coughs- - so-call- mmwitt nrrgijt A WONDENFUL DISCOVERY Not only cures, but it keeps well Is sold by an organized company of responsible business men and has the endorsement of thousands of Cleigymen aud noted people throughout the country. We sneak of that wonderful Instrument, Electropuise, and ask your careful examination in to the cures it has wrought. Col. A. P. Nunally of the Chicago, writes "Nearly three years experience with Electropoise only confirms the truth of your claims'. I sav to my friends that this instrument is a most wonderful invention aud I would not part with mine if T could not get another. Send address for our book giving letters from people who have been cured by Electro- poise. ELECTROPOISE CO., 513 Fourth Avenue. Louisville Ky. Inter-Ocean, ! . - d W, R. McClure 0, Ijmbq GROCERIES Harm- . " - ff " fdf Sale. 7j . a. -- - . Hit-- - s Ti 11 411 J'lt 1 iPMgim fw 1 wi 1 ul L moEUSEE'S &f&t Rd'ALAND,KY - ahtl-tru- 1 S. N. Dei vis Mt. Vernon, v - es I MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY - ,il-- . s ism- - ." . ,f .... i w m M I! , I. n I, M I,, mi, you want to know why I ain.them that I would rather every one army demanded it, nnd tho president to him tho Lord seliTom did it; but hero? I am here because I love tho of thom would voto against mo and had to pardon him bocause the con- when he prayed the Lord to send him principles written in the Chicago plat- etar.d by tho principles of Democracy, viction outraged tho senso of justice after a chicken, he nearly always got than stand by mo and voto to cloct a throughout tho civilized world. when the Republican party form. I bellcro It to bo a new declaraj in 1896, it. (Laughter and applaucc.) I was compelled to ralso from the cor- - tion of American independence, and I Kepublican govorn'- -. (Great and contho Republican party has prayed And now, when wo havo pressing Presented by yAlr. Bryan IOr poratlons of tho nation such a cam believe in those additional planks writ-to- n tinued app!av.S3.) I havo n higher am- upon U3 this the Lord to send It after a chfekon demand for a largo standpaign fund as no party ever used In tho Loulsv.llo platform against bition than b.iag president of tho . ing army, this mcaiure that will not (laughter), and It la trying now to Qocbel. Supporting Aye! more than that, a cam- tho trusts and against imperialism. I United States. (Applause.) j only burd:n the taxpayers, but menaco cover up greed and avarice with the paign fund that I think I may safely believe that the safety of this nation I havo an ambition that .can bo American liberty, we aro asked to stop hypocrisy that it is being done for tho eay was larger than all the campaign Is Imperiled by Republican policies, shared bv fmrT oltlmn T T l.nn... .., and settle the details of a stato convenwelfare of tho peoplo of the Philippine AN APPEAL TO KENTUCKIANS funds used by tho Republican party and because I believe that this natlcn'a own heart, my highest ambition is to tion before we relieve this nation from Islands. from tho days of Fremont to tho days safety, its welfare nnd Its Institutions do all within my power to make this this threatened evil. Clirlst'IIcforo IMliito. of Hanna. aro In danger, therefore I como from government so good that to bo an I read a sermon not long ago that Tho Republican party has gono a Wo had thU campaign. By tho use my Nebraska homo to warn you that American citizen will be greater than step further. It la Indorsing a colonial impressed me much. I would that' Of the Deiuocrnllc Persuasion to Fight of money anil coercion the Republican 1f you help to elect a Republican gov- to bo a king (loud applause), and I policy. It 13 Indorsing the doctrlno of every Christian might read that serat the Common Enemy. party won. It has made not an ad- ernor, you put It In his power to v.ant to show you my Interest In Dem- empire. Mr. McKlnley, In his spoech mon. The minister, who waa Mr. vance, but a retreat even from tho ocratic principles by coming to Kenthose principles at a critical at Minneapolis tho other day, said Brown of Rochester, N. Y., took this position that It occupied In 189G. It is tucky, and warning you of tho ri3ks that he had no doubt (App.lauso.) that we would text, or passage, which describes tho worso today that It was then, and Is Wo you take when you array yoursolvo3 permanently hold' tho Philippine Wo havo an election In 1900. scene where Christ wca before Pilate. REPLY TO JOHN YOUNG BROWN applying to every question the same can large tho majority against a ticket that stands upon a said to Christ: "Knowcst thou ho bad no doubt that they vicious principles that It applied to tho will be In this state, but If you have a platform that indorsed the Chicago would provo a great blessing to us, not that I have power to release theo ' question before the country In 1S96. Republican counting machine that ban plat.'orm Ideas. Let mo repeat. I want and then ho used the sentence to or to put thee to death," and taking Kill the Bears and Then Tacklo Wo are on tho evo of another na- no conscience. It doesn't matter much to burn the words Into your memories. which I want to call your attention: that text the minister contrasted forco tional campaign a campaign that will how largo tho majority may be. Wo t that while you have a right to bolt, "That congress will provide for them and love. ho Mosquitoes, Says He. Pilate icpresented force. determine whether this Is to be a gov- can not get It, no matter how largo yet when you bolt you a3sumo rcspon. a government which will bring them Behind him was the Roman governernment of tho people, by tho peoplo our majority. I fcejlevo that In 1296 slblllty for all that your bolting dors, blessings, which will promote their ment, the Roman legions and Cacaar and for tho people, or a government thore were votes counted for the ReWhat has your bolting done In this material Interests as well as advanco himself. Beforo him, helpless and EVILS THREATENING THE REPUBLIC c'f monopolies, by monopolies and for publican ticket In this state that wuc state? It has divided Democracy Into their peoplo In the path ot civilization alone, stood Chrl3t preaching the gosmonopolies. (Applause.) warring factions, and tho Brown Dem and Intelligence, I confidently believe," pel of love, and force triumphed." You met never cast, and that I carried tho state t In convention at Louisville; you In- of Kentucky. ' ocracy has spent Its time denouncing (ApplaiTso.) They nailed Him to n tree, and thoso Just change that sentence a little. In While Not Denying the Rltfit of dorsed the Chicago platform. Tho In 1900 thore will bo another election, tho Goebel Democracy, Instead of de- tho place of "congress" put "parlia- who believed In bruto force stood pl.Ufurni adopted at Louisville conMau to Voto as Ho Deand If you elect a Republican gov- - nouncing tho Republican party. (Great ment," and after '"them" put "the col- around, mocked and"jeered, and aaU): tained not only an Indorsement of the crnor. then that Republican governor ) applause.) onists," and you have a sentence that "He Is dead," and then the minister Ho l'olnU Out (he sire., Chicago platform, but It announced tho will be tho 'man who must sign tho I My friends, there will bo time enough would have expressed tho confident be- pointed out' how from that day the powDmigcr of Los-Inthe party's position on the new questions certificates of election, which shall bo when this election Is over to adjust the lief cf King George when wo lebcllcd er of Caesar waned aud tho power of Hlue Grass State tnat have ailsen since; and that plat- the authority of the elcotoro of this equities between Democrats. Now wo from tho mother country. (Applause.) Christ increased, and In a few centuries form, among other things, Indorsed the state, and If you elect a Republican , aro trying to remedy the injustice that "King George confidently believed that the Roman gcvcrnmeTit was gone and Goebel election law. There was no governor, and that Republican gover- - Republicanism is forcing upon the parliament would provide for the col- Its legions forgotten, wh.le tho followers The tour through Kentucky of minority report in that convention. nor atom! in with thfi nlutocratle ai-- - United States. (Applause.) Thl3 bolt onists a Government which would of Christ lncrcase.l with each passing WH-H? fearless leuder, Hon. In 4i.f. state, this division of Democra There was it') light on that platform, year, that take His namo J; Bryan, was one of triumph. At and when that 'invention adjourned, thoritles of the nation, party, are now cy Into warring factions, Is tho only bring them blessings, and which would with until mllllono-ncyou will promote their material interests as Republican lcvcrence upon Uwlr Hpg, and behind the every point whero ho was tilled to ynd t.. ticket un nojmjnatod, that become responsible for tho action of hope of the Republican party in this well as advance their people In the then tho minister said that la this nai?enk great crowds turned out to erect tlckct-stooo before that Republican governor at a critical state. The Republicans havo no path of civilization and Intelligence." tion force and love meet faco to face. him. Our :gallant standard bearer, of that platform. time, when tho fate of a nation bancs hope of winning over a united Dem- Change the sentence In another way, and that wo aro to dccldo whether thlo Hon. William Goebel, accompanied tho ocracy, but if they can divide Democ- and In the place of. "congress" put nation would stand beSoro the world Tim JtolK-ri- ' CuiiTi'iitliiu. In tho balance. (Great applause.) Nebraska orator on hla trip nnd ivai Pont Democrats met and organised says that the gov- racy, then they may hope for tho "cortes," and after "them" put "Cu- as & Pilate, representing bruto force, Tho constitution accorded magnificent ovations. Burn-lu- g ernor shall have the power to fill va- triumph of a minority over a defeated bans," andyou will have a sontenco or as a Christ, representing the uplift- s of the hour were expounded another convention. It was not c The only thopo tiat they that would fit tho Spanish monarch ing power of love. called In the "regular way, nor cancies that may occur In the senate majority. by Mr. Hryan to sympathetic throngs. have of electing a Republican senator when this nation Interfered to bring u, ccnvfiiUnn to which delegates were when there Is no legislature In session. I bellovo ho epoke tho truth. I great orator at all places port The that th(s nation today must deTho governor whom you elect this in this state Is to divide Democracy liberty to tho peoplo of Cuba. There trayed the necessity of united and sent lu the regular way. It was a con- I want you Is a sentence that shows a clear depar- cide whether It is going to be a great armonlous action on the part of JCen- - veutlon fcraie,' or th03e men who wero fall will occupy tho chair for fpur into warring factions, and ,ccy .Democrats at this time. Na- - opposed to the 'other ticket that was years; and during those four year3 ho to understand that if your bolting ture fiom the principles written In moral force, rising and drawing all It can not be called a will have the right to fill vacancies In Jeopardizes tho eloction of Joseph G. tho Declaration of Independence; and men unto it, cr whether It is' going JMKwoul lssues, ho said, Imperatively do- - nominated. they rally around the representative convention. It can not the senate. If you elect a Republican S. Blackburn you become responsible If the people of this stato this fall vote to sink to the low level of tho cmplrea that jckiu uiu vote as to tno uiu worm. iiuxmuutuuiaui Vja nmmh cTard of William Goebel. thus bo culled a convention representing tho governor ho will stand ready to fill a iui mx of uiUnited States. ii(Ap- - tho Republican ticket, or asoRepublican oi Let me Klva you an lllustratlKu Bihtr?lr,r senateaid in the elsctlon of BJvtrcsttng tho state from Republican Democratic voters of this stato; and vacancy with a Republican. It you. plauso.) ticket, the election thin.' tall .will "hi iSXh,",10 TEo nation held nloft this dbc- misrule and Insuring sweeping success now the ticket nominated by the bo't- - elect Goebel ho will be sure to fill the ' I believe it 'counted,aritgnjlBdci'emWt?'of''thepr1n- - trine of and tho prinlog convention is In thl& campaign with vacancy with a Democrat who stand3 Mm m of tho people's cause In 1900. X5??l;AUnVt tha.timuKf cflfples ciples of a repulSlc, it dared-tt'h'e Republican oxpre33 1,5: tho distinguished party reach- - no potlblo nrojipect of election, and on tho Chicago platform. (APPjause.) ft Is a Jufiti FalcH" 0aWuon n'lzru U4U party. It will bea- - declaration of ap- its sympathy with struggling mankind system by l)D WUUHb CI14 v SMtfatflllA Ort nnn in,kit.tAntli .nA1. will,, Ktlt r.li.lfVlilnrtnn' nnH that la in Vuiufa of'Ono Voto. taxes to sufport the federal govern Sometimes the voto In tho ssenato Is ment, or practically all, in tlmo of proval of tho president's Imperial pol- everywhere. When Greece was struggling for her liberty, Daniel Webster close that a sln-gl- o peacq from ax upon consumption I icy. close. Sometimes bo flatterlne ovations ana up an which they rest their fight la that I. was asked In this lottor how I thundered 4out tho sympathy '3 tho voto will determine the passage of eay I bellow tho system Is unjust and Spohdod by delivering ringing the convention that met at Loulivllla a bill. could favor a convention resting upon American people; and when the CuIt Is only a Tew months azo Inequitable, because it makes .,. rrnAli .., .- -.. if rlrlrctacrn's l.f t.. T)ivnna ut,v I. n fit 11 did things that relieved the voters that tho Bacon resolution came beforo pay moro than their chare and the poor force and yet oppose imperialism in bans wcro fighting to bo free,. congress the rich tho Philippine Islands. Well, my heard their cries and promised succor from any obligation to support tho tho senate. No more Important resofojlowo: ticket. When a man tells you that lution has been before that body In pay less, and I want Jo Blackburn in friends, I can shoot bear beforo I com- nnd roltef; but today, in BRYAN'S ADDEES3. you aro Justified In helping to elect a rocont years; and when tho roll was tho senate to vote for an amendment mence to fight mosquitoes. (Laughter Africa, in tho Dutch republic, tho CWr? Chairman and Lndlps and Gcn Republican governor, you ask him called the vote on that resolution was to tho constitution that will specifically and applause.) If my home Is attacked Boers aro offering up their life's blood authorlzo an Income tax, so that by two Kinds of wild beasts. I will try , in ucienoo oi meir ngnt to govern tlenfenL I an irlad that I havo an od- - whether If Mr. Taylcr had been a cana tto, and the Republican vice presipojrtuulty to address bo many of tho didate against Mr.' Goebel in that con- dent cast the deciding vote, and neither one judge ncv nine Judges can first to kill tho most dangerous one, i themselves, and this great nation build a legal bulwark around tho anu wnen l nave mm out ot tno way stands with its hands tied and Its of Kentucky on this occa-6lo- n' vention, there would have been any voted no. of the sreat. (Loud applauEoO I will take caro of- - tho less dangerous mouth gagged, and dare not offer ono' My coming needs no explanadoubt of Mr. Goabcl'o nomination in That resolution promised to the FI1U isnicl&iirii'a Voto Needed. word of sympathy. (Applause.) ono. (Applause.) tion, no apology, I am hero b3causo I that convJntlon. (Applause.) pin oa Independence and Do you tell mo that that Loulsvlllo am still interested in. the triumph of The Republican party is attempting Because a man was nominated who Dnro Xot Sympathlzo AVltli Kocrs. as soon as a etablo government thess principles set forth in tho Chi- the bolteic do not like, or to whoso coula bo established, and because Ken to retlro the greenbacks. The Demo- convention received Its authority from What a spectacle, tho greatest repubcago platform and reaffirmed In the nomination thoy objected, they offer party Is opposed to the retire- - force? You are hsro In this state and lic In all times afraid to say a word, tucky was represented in the United cratic as a remedy the election of a Republiplatform adopted at Louisville. (ApJS can remedy that hereafter; but when and why? Because, If wo expressed States senate by a Republican, who I plause.) can governor and Republican state off- was UlULAUUiU iil 111U tUUUlU iU IUIC U.Ulliab this nation announces beforo the world our sympathy with tho Boera, England elected when Jo Blackburn ought greenbacks and that It has abandoned the principles of would cable back, "What Is the matter When I arrived this rooming a mesicers. I want to eay to you, my friends, to have been elected (applause) that the retirement of the currency, because tho a republic and indoiscs the principles with tho Filipinos?" (Laughter and mo a letter and told ma that In my humble judgment, you have Boncer handed resolution was odfeatcd when It would a national bank national banks are seeking to secure of empire, you will find It moro diffi applause.) .was from John I tlmo to settle your grievances after jSlteung Brown. (Applause and hisses ! this without jeopardizing every great havo been carried if Jo Blackburn had from the federal government tho right cult to retrace your steps. I believe in Jeffereon'n doctrine of been there. to Issue and control the paper money ond cries of "Read It.") It asks me to prlnclplo that you love, and for which And then I want to ask how any .friendly relations with all nations and I can not tell, ycu can not tell, no r y answer certain questions. I camo hero you havo been fighting. (Applause.) human being can tell what questions of tho country; and I want Jo Black- man who favors an Imperial policy In entangling alliances with none. I am burn there to sifiml for six years as tho the Philippine Islands can find any ns much an Anglo-Saxo- n 4cj this state to answer those questions. You may think what you bellovo of may as tho averarise, nor can we tell how SI. 2,m AnV..mtr. WLi tho tolling and pro fault with tho application of forco any- age man, I am part Irish, part Enjj-glls- h that convention. You may think what tho vote may be on questions close representative durlr,r ducing roasseiagainst the policy of where at homo or abroad. (Laughtor and part Scotch, but I am 'all flrst place well, ft you please as to the relt-tlvmerits the ncjet few years. to on tHls money and applause.) of tho candidates before that convou- - I n ttiryr In 1 OrtH Itfrt We bopo4nlrf win tho American. I appreciate tho friendship tlin hnna tr jlM a: Laurhtcr.) true MIHmV M... M ' question. ... of Great Britain. I want this nation that tlon. You may think what you plcaso I Danger of Inipei-lullstii- . "if It bo 4. E.I iVTrWtf.W . ot lianas ,:aeecretwritta n bargain was mado or mo motnoa empioyea in ,v., con executive omco oucput cue In tho ot tno Tho question of tho nation's standbellovo that the Republican policy to have tho friendship of overy nation.. I Republicans and hands ard money will bo before the senate. It JmEttorio'lhi ,lr.to Loulsvlllo Music hall vention. Today tho question is not of a Democrat; but, my friends, what But I am not willing that this nation, of Imperialism Is a danger and a menMr. McKlnley sent a commission to ace to our principles of government, uvcntl". between Messrs. Goebol , between the men who wer.o candidates good will It do us to elect a Demoshall purchase tho friendship of any K Europe to get rid of tho gold so forth, "If it bo true beforo that convention. Tho question nation by being silent when peoplo" "mr.d SloEer-fancratic president, and then tlo his hands by international bimetallism, standard and" I bellovo that now is the tlmo aro struggling and tho when the Amorlcan people must speak cret written bargain was Is whether you will elect tho ticket with a Republican sonato? for tho right to govern, on men roi tn what ho WZJmW (1 then he sets bargain to be, ' nominatedticket. tnat piatiorm or a ue- - You tell me that you are Interested laboring help of England wanted Eng- out against tho doctrine of Imperial- themselves. (Applause.) I would 'Inf.iiH. is tho written publican land to us, and the farmers of ism. Do you thirst for the glories of rather have tho love of those few Bosrj, That Is tho question submitted to la these questions that are now before England wanted England to help us, an "If it bo true that this bar- I poinj you to the history fighting for tho right to govern themyou aro, you daie not but tho bankers of London did not executed, then do you stats tho peoplo of Kentucky, nnd you may the people. If of this republic for the last 100 years, selves than to iiavo tho smiles of want England to help us, and tho and tell you I would not trade tho an English aristocracy trying to crush"-ou- t action of such substituted del- - think all you please and say all you risk the fate of this republic and a delike against tho ticket nominated, nnd cision in tho senate you dare not risk bankers controlled tho English govern- glory of this republic for tho glory of cyateo could give Goebol tho nomina liberty. (Loud applaCse.) govment, and the English government all tho empires that have rlson and tion of tho Democratic party; was not against the platform or n gainst tho it in tho hands of a Republican Here aro the questions that are pressernor. It may be thut just at the critcontrolled tho policy of Europe, nnd fallen slnco time began. (Applause.) ing upon the American people. Hore such a contract fraudulent?' and then convention that nominated the ticket; yet that ticket and that platform ical tlmo when sorao question of great Europe, throush the Republican paity. he asks whether the chairman of a and If you defend Imperialism on tho are tho Is3ue3 upon whose settlement sovereign body ought to entertain an, stand for Democratic principles nnd moment is before tho senate, and when Is controlling the policy of the United ground that it will pay, I tell you, you depends this nation's position throughtho scnato Is close, it may bo that thoro States, nnd I want Jo Blackburn In the appual, and then If such tilings were Domccrntlc policies, as ngalnct Repubcan not settle great questions upon out tho world. We have been a republican candidates, Republican platforms will be a vacancy. Human lifo is un- United States senate to vote for an that baslp; but If you could, you could lic. Our light has been shed abroad, done, as ho claims, "Is not this a mencertain. None cf us know how soon American financial policy for tho (Apprinciples. Republican ace to freo government; and do you and not provo that materialism would bs and It has reached Into the dark corthe summons may come to us, but if American people. (Loud applause.) Goebol election law? If plause.) Indorse tho benoficlRl to tho mass of tho peoplo ners of tho oarth. Shall this light go I have never denied the right of a j'Ou have a Republican there you know co, please explain why you advocato The trust question will come beforo You can net afford to drag tho quesout? Shall Vfo abandon the foundaThe trusts have grown tion of tho r.ntlon's policy down to tho tion of the republic and build upon tho freo government for tho people of tho man to bolt. In fact, I havo always that every opportunity that presents that senate. up with greater rapidity during tho low basis of dollars end cents; neither shifting sands upon which monarchy Philippines and deny It to tho people insisted that a man's voto belonged to Itself will bo Improved by a RepubliThere ware can governor by tho appointment of a last two years than ever before, and 'can you afford to establish tho doc and eraplA rest? And now when tho of Kentucky? Have you any plea savo him, and to him only. bolters In 1S96. I had a chance to suy Republican to the senate. they seek now to gather all tho great trlno that this nation Is going to go Democrat party Is engaged in a death' that of political aseendencyop!cr",-p- e I am not willing to risk the fato of industries Into tho hands of n few men, that of political expediency to Justify things hard agalnEt bolter3 because forth and clvlllzo with tho cannon and grapple with the powers of darkness, , this government, I am not willing to where a few men can fix the pilco of proselyte with tho sword. (Applause.) we are asked to stop In tho midst of citizens to my nomination carao from a convennubml:3iOU by American Vory tion elected by tho peoplo, and nobody risk the settlement of great questions all that you buy, fix tho price of all tho outrages above indicated. Do not lay this war of conquest upon the fight to setile tho details of a stato (Loud npplauso.) I bo- over rose to dispute the authority of In order to come down and settle the tno raw material that you sell, and fix tho Almighty. A Republican senator convention. respectively yours, A platform was details of a stato convention, where the wages paid to those who convort said that tho Lord was In It, that Ho "evo In tho principles for which Dcm- thr.t convention. "JOHN YOUNG BROWN." adopted by of that conven- - n Democrat was nominated and an- raw material Into finished products. opened tho door of tho Philippine Is- - ocracy stands. I believe .they aro tho (Voices Four it into him now.) n You caa not annihilate tho trusts un- lands, pushed us in nnd shut r. tlon, and I was nominated by two- - i ter was ueicatea. t.Appiause.) hP not ouIy cf tho American people, KfplleH to Urown. & man hero who feels that It til tht. cenato is on our sldo, and I (Laughter.) You tell me you ot tho world. third3. and yet never duriiiK the cam- Mr. Bryan Let me say in tho first Who told him co? Who In Vi I n .latter 4n itntn Via a n a ill nritt'ir " want Jo Blackburn In the United ha mithorltv tn rrvini h ninna nfi want tho American uag io'do learca.. placft, thrtf I did not como to Ken- - Plsn cm i say one woru.m aDuse or, nii.Ui;u vc uc . I want him to understand that States senato to voto on every occasion dm M ml Oh, friends, I want that flag to bo tucky (t fMt the, details of n l y man who felt It his duty to vote tlcket, me. I said If a man belloved when ho decs It he risks all theso for the annihilation of the trusts nnd loed by every human being. (Chec-rs.-) Btato convsnt.on and sit in Judgment afalnst A. Voice Mailc Hauna. ' ho eaya ho Is Interestthe monopoly lu private hands. upon r--i Mr. Bryan Who has authority to You want men to bow their heads in dono In that conven- - that my election would be Injurious to questions that Wo havo another question. Tho I C.& not como to this stato to the country, then ho ought to voto ed in. tlon. tell us that God has commanded us to fear of it. I appreciate tho compliment paid to I want them to lift- - their faces to nartv desires an Increase In engage in a war of conquest? I bellevo discus .!.- - ii'tails of an election ,s.v. agalr.3t me. Mr. McKlnley in God. I bellovo in His Influence over ward it, and eco In tho stars and But, my friends, tho?? who voted mo by tho Brown convention, it intho standlrg army. state to eay, and I want I come ic to ray It with emphails, thri: If there against me took the responsibility of dorsed me for tho presidency, and that asked congress to raise tho army tho thoughts and purposes of men, but stripes tho Inspiration aud tho hopo was ir. lhe.t convention anything doue helping to elect a Republican presi- Is n compliment. It Is a compliment from 23.0C0 men to 100,000, and you can not undertako to blame God that will lead them to battlo on. and represenfor every purpose that cvory man has, glvo llfo Itself, rather than sacrifice-tha-t 'that a , (mocrct does net think ought dent, and became responsible- for every to any man to be indorsed for the pres- tho Republican house of bidding of or for every purpose that even a party which make3 life valuable libtnat a Republican president did. idency, and I have, had it tugsested tatives, prompt to do the to hat been deno, I want to ask what thlrg that because that convention Indorsed a Republican president, voted for ix may have. If I feel In my heart an erty and tho right to pursuo their, hapremufy that De.nociat h going to (App'.cnsc ) me for tho presidency, thereforo I must bill that raised tho army to 100.0CO, Impulse to tnko money out of my own piness unmolested. (Applause.) , PCk ITphSmumI'iIo Koi KcpuullwuiA. offer to uuitdy the wronj that he I coma to Kentucky to telltko Democrats stay In Nebraska and watch the people and that question Is still before the pocket and give It to somo ono In disr.rl; of th 'v-- . I tblnki? was non An fo I say that If there Is a man of Kentucky that tho natloni3 help elect a country, Lccaiuo that bill was only de- tress, I will trace tho Impulse to God; ocrat vho complains of that conventc Is his who support that ticket In iJt.ii utaio who believes It 13 watching to boo U it to c.uct duty to vots against Mr. Goob"l and Republican governor In tho stato of feated by a combination of Democrats, but If I feel In my heart an lmpulso to looking on. v. a hie remedy Is. tion -Kentucky. (Applause.) If I were to ropullsts and bilver Republicans in put my hand Into somebody elses whether Kentucky Is to bo with us or n governor and Republican a Repn . the Gccbel tlchet, I have net one word my own pocket, nnd get his money for my use,.1 against us in the next great fight. In tho senate. officers l!i the Btato of Kentucky? to eay in criticism of his net; but I do that I would bo placing -. personal interests above the welfaro Army. o( ,:o, no.j If that is the remI will not lay It on the Almighty. 1897 you gavo Shackleford 18,000 ma;(Crlea Want a burger want him to know that when ho decs you elect a Re- country, and for tho principles 13 ' Joclty, and If this Thero edy p.rrc cd, I want the Du ocrat It lis r.3curnc3 responsibility for the of tho Tho president and tho Republican (Laughter and applause.) who cr-- ! party ctill vant a largo standing army. another old follow that I will lay it publican governor you will excite bontho remedy to apply It election nt a Republican governor. for which T fought. (Applause.) fires In tho Republican ranks all over' A New IC0I18OII. 'With a in I l.nowlcdgo of tho responsiI believe that a largo standing array on. (Laughter and applause.) ' Whether l-- votes directly for a bility ili it lie assumes. Tho man who Aud I want to say to tho Brown men would be not only a burden to tho I am afraid tho Republican party has this nation. If you elect Goebel nnd or votes for Mr. fttteiH' a " onect a Demociatic.con-,vcnt.'i.- -. Brow-.- , and thus enables a Republican that while I am glad to have them American pop!o but would be a men-,- u adopted the philosophy ot the colored thoso with him on tho ticket, and then ' - electing a Rrpub'lcan If you want to man or wliom 1 onco reau wuo wai i send Jo Blackburn to the United Stafs 10 il'.'ri. ttMf govprr.Gr to be elected, no roatto,r what think well of mo, I am glad to havo ones responsibility for all lie doo., if ha does not support the them havo confidence In me, I vant to Kau- ! r aca of & ini i ' iim "o voiy fond of chicken, but not always i senate, there will be n hurrah In tho ' I !f JJuiiiuciuwu jhhk ijuiu mo AMKi-viI'P HiVViPra OI tllO tell them that I am going to glvo them to Trance and witness tho pvcij.'i-- ..ip rr,i- MFrfui'ir dtim he hai r ' that " ft. he l)ecr.eM vntpocK'.bU 1ijj to th- Pa..lftc p"d from tha laV- -: to ' Hb m'.u. that f.polr.ti,'.) olcctil . i Htyul.; ,u ad- - a new reason for loving me and haying? of Uo, Dreyfus 'trial. Thero waa an, commandments. . ,: " Uc taiUti of a Wo- -. conli.leace In me. I am going to tell Inuoccut mr.a 'convicted because tho he prayed tho Lord to send a ehlckoa j tho gulf. (Loud applauae-.tor. ,) ' .' . 4. SUPPLE IVJENT MT. VERNON SIGNAL. OCT. 27 1899. " '''J1''J''''J'''ggP:Fg VALID REASONS' test a contest In which plutocracy Is on tho one sldo and Democracy Is on tho other sldo. Wo had a campalKn vo J bo-for- e. I ! do-fe- mo-mo- m ? s I A m -- jRl Ki d asep-res'.'ntatlv- 3 Isc-uc- s con-vi."it!- be-llc- , ( 'SEni - nt Mi' t- wv. ' none-actuatin- j ( :m.. s.-m a V- -., -- far-aw- m . gaod-poopl- o for-tun- eo "! - ij. rs " ijatit J 1 o money-clifljiEo- t... ... I M iHr iflKe two-thir- l..i to " the-doo- I" "t '. nn ils - j- gov-crn- o; rfr " u i ' - j.ct . ) 'i'Sil' S."t"..?" -. 'I. j$m -'- 12 ..-,. ; Al ''t:, ;--s "HI,--,.- i -- .v- : 'i ' J Jl'It Vernon refund the $1,00 as soon as his orders have amounted to $250 Position the Year Around in which amount of orders he- can 'Friday, Oct, 27 1899. take the very first day. Mt. Vernon and Vicinity- Don't compare this with '''any Published every Friday by catchy offers made to get 'yqur AMliS MARRT, Dear Editor: We wanta $1,00. The genuineness of, our ofclothing salesman to take orders fer and our rcliabilitj .are proven by $1.00 for our mens custom SUllSCKirTION ONE ykak bank reference referred to above, or suits, pants, oVercoatsand you can easily find out bywriting Aiverlhing rates made known on ulsters in Mt. Vernon and adjoin-town- s to anyone in Chicago to call oiijus. This is. a rare chance for.Cspine application and country. Any good, man in Mt. Vernon or vicinity to bright man, especially, if he had experience as a salesman in a store, take up a work at once that with agricultural implement house or reasonable effort on his 'part is where he com.s in contact with ure' to net him from $5,00. to $10, people, as solicitor for'tailoting in- 00 a day from the start arid we surance, nursery stock or other trust that from among your many goods can make big money with readers we will be able to get a few our line the year round; but any good representatives iu Mt Veinon ,;; good bright man even.without pre- and adjoining towns. vious experience, can make $150, Cut this notice out aud mail it to 00 almonth'and expenses with the the WOOLEN AMERICAN big outfit we furnish him and the MILLSCO., West Side Enterprise opportunity we give himMf he will building, Chicago. Ills., and the devote his time to work; or, if we Book andj agent's complete outfit DEMOCRATICJTICKET. can get a good man in Mt. Vernon will be sent to you at once, you to whusejfctime partlyjtaken up with pay $1 and express charges when For Governor, otherworkfand whojean devote his received, the $1 to be returned to QOEDKL. of Kenton. WILLIAM spare 'imejo out line, even if an j ott when your orders amount to or Lieutenant Governor. J. C. W. NKCKIUM, of Nelson hour or so a day, he will do exceed $25. "J For Attorney General. ingly well with our agency. Ve of Hoyle ROIT.J.HUKOKIXMDGE, An Extraordinary Chance for a ' Bright Man to Secure a Steady made-to-mejisure a&anAa ';' ;l..ffc-:;.J 2v -- Signal SAVED MY UFE. A dose or two of Foley's Honey atd Tar will prevent an attack of pneuminia, grip or severe cold if taken in time. Cures coughs, colds croup, la grippe,, hoarsnesrf, difficult, breathing, whooping cough, incipient consumption, asthma or bronchitis. Gives positive relief in advanced stages of consumption, asthma or bronchitis. Guaranteed 'IT 1,. CQLJLYER i-- .5 & UNDERTAKERS, OWENS , "'! C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon;. ' x Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros., Livingston. M .v 'Ai 'On the roth of December Rev. S. A. Douahoe, W. Va. contracted a severe cold which was attended from the beginning by violet coughing. He saysi "After resorting to a umber of specifics' usually k;pt in the house to no purpose, I purchased st bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy which acted like a charm. I most cheerfully recommend it to the public." For sale by Theo. Wesley 1 so-call- Caskets, Coffins, Robes, etc. kept in stock. Orders by mail, tele graph, telephone promptly filled. For Family and MedicalYou Want - BRODHEAD. KY. "Vi Use COLD SPRING W If J ? 3 NELSON 0UIMTY1 I SOUR MASH Sold Direct from Distillery. Jug and Bottle Trade Solicited, 6 yeur old 10 rrf ivvnirvtT The Finest Call and see my line of fancy groceries and get bargains. S. W. Davis. ; 4 year old at $2.00 per Gallon, at $2.50 per Gallon, year old at $3.00 per Gallon, Tor Auditor, jr 71 D ' '. f lumber, grain, railroad, express, Fr Treasurer G. IIAGER, of noy.l and other business who give their ?. spare timelo our line with big results For Secretary of Stvtc C. H. HILL, of Clark No experience is absolutely nec P. A. Pennington, D. DS,; M. D. Sunt, of Public Instruction For essary, no capital samples and DENTST, tH. V.:McCHF.3NKY. of Livingston sationery; have no commission Agriculture For ComraWstoiier of e I. B. NALL, ofiJeffersou plan no canvass, no N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts. For Railloail Coram S'slouer Third district catchy conditions, but offer a rare LOUISVII,L,E.,..KY. A WjHAMlLTQS.lof .Montgomery opportunity .'j.for some man in Will be at Miller .House, Mt vicinity to secure high grade Vernon during all Circuit Courts. mentvat.bigjwages. , emplojare thellargestiCailorsiinAm-erica- . "CtUHtT' CALENDAR. t We County Court. Fourth Moti We make to measure "over day iu each month. 300,000 suits annually. We ocQuarterly Court. Fit st Mon- cupy entire one of the largest day iu January, April, July and blocks in Chicago. We prefer October. Traylor whiskey $2 25 Second Mon you to the Corn Exchange National Circuit Court. Traylor whisky $3 06 day in February, Fourth Monday Bank in Chicago any express or Wm Tarr whiskey $3 50 in May and Third Monday in Sep railroadcorapany in Chicagojauy Brandy $3 00 per gallon teuiber. resident of this city. We buy our No charge for jugs No goods cloth direct froaV.ithe,largest Eu Mt. Vernon Police Court; shipped COD, on becount of itl Monday in each month. Third ropean and American mills, we irg of U S Court & operatejthe most'extensive and ecoe Send Cash, Order or nomic A .nxpress money uraer custom tailoring plant in existence, W. O. SPEED, suits and overcoats to from' $5,00 Stanford,- - Ky YO R SURVH to $18,00 (mostly $5,00 to $10), K y. prices so low that nearly evcrbody TAYLOR will be glad to have their garments th'at Also, an Ageut for made to measure, and will give our Tailors in the woflr1 agent .their orders. MT VERNON- We, will furnish a good agent a When Your Horse Is Shod By r large and handsomely bound book You now have to pay him the R L containing large cloth samples of Cash. He says iftT'ou see him 4 our entire line of suits, panteioons, nriinlr fliic rpflr vrSfinv Vrmtir .,s'Atprneyrat-Law- v overcoas; etcl, a book which costs some one lias asked hhn'to shoe his us several dollars; also fine colored MT, VISKJNUW, is.. horse on credit. Credit will starve b;ut-nes- s shiou plates, tap; N cards, advertising matter and a man to dath. of 3 rooms on For Rent; a house Newcomb avenue Mt. Vernon apply a rubber stamp with uame and adFor Sale.. Three hxnises and & dress and pad complete, stationery at Sicual office. ots in Orlando also a good farm ou also an instruction book, which Cove branch 135 acres. God makes it easy, for anyone to take buildings and out h'ouses. Ga orders and conduct a profitable lgrass laud as well as1 highly probusiness. We will;also furnish net ductive for other crops. Woll waconfidential price list. Agent can tered. At a bargain apply to Sig-a- l take orders and send them to us and or J. B. Owans, Orlando. tf.n TOM and we will make the garments t within five days and send direct to agent's customer by express C. O. DEALER IN D., subject to examination and apTHE BANNER PlXE CURE. WHISKIES' WINES, &c. &c proval, collect the agent's full sell Is Banner Salve. It gives im ing price and everv week we will mediate relief and wilj soon effec ROWLAND,KY send the agent our check for all his a cure. 25c. C. C. Davis & Co. up profit. The agent need collect 110 Mt. Vernon; Dr. Clark, Brodhead Fine whiskies at $2 and Hagan Bios., Livingston. Our Rockcastlejfrieuds can write money and deliver no goods, simply goon taking orders at a liberal or Telephone. Come aud see the fine display of profit. We deliver the goods collect Millinery goods at popTilar prices.. all the money and every week Mrs. Ellapfaker 31. promptly send him in one round MT-VERNOcheck his full profit for" the week, tor and nearly a'U ot our agents get a LIME A big cut in saddlesfarid harness check from us of at least $40 every Manufacturers at S. W, Davis'. . week of the year. of Lime and brick. We will make uo charge for the They also furnish Lime, BuiWing book and complete outfit but as the If' YOU ought to know that when Stone, rough quarry face or cut outfit costs us several dollars, it is suffering from any kidney trouble Orders promptly filled neccessary to protect ourselves that u safe, sure remedy is Fooley's against anyone who would impose Kidney Cure. Guaranteed or mon-upon y sending for the outfit ey refunded. C C. Davis & Co., with no intention of working, but Mt. Vernon; Dr. Clark Brodhead; merelyout of idle curiosity therefore Hagan Bros , Livingston. fc." " we willjaskas guarutee ofgood faith on the part of reader who decide? Danville Stean: Laundry first AND to take up this work that he cut class work. Represented in- Mt. this article out and mail to us . V3. urUQIU,.-ltlC " with the understanding that the ber. tf E. big book nnd complete outfit will be -sent to him by express, he to pay Goobol, and Taylor, badges the exress agent $1,00. and express for salo' by FRANKLIN, at Mt. By;S..C LlojT Marot. Office with Mt Vernon charges for the outfit with the dis- Prico.o cents each?,: Call, at Signal' tinct understanding that wo will signal o'fiicc and gulnkijor e ' - GUS G, COULTKR, of Graves have men in real estate, loan, legal, house-to-hous- jt' bus-ine- Pure Liqfors ss During the winter of 1897 Mr. GETHSEMANE, KY. one of the leading citizens and merchants of Clay, Clay Co., W. Va., struck his leg against cake of ice in such a manner as to bruise" it severely. It beDEAUJRSglN came very much swollen and pained him so badly that he could not walk without crutches. He was treated Coaie to see us. Will sell you honest goods at lair prices. by physiciaus, also used several ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. kinds of liniment and two and a half gallons of whisky 111 bathing it orncrf but uothiuggave any relief until he K began using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. This brought almost a complete cure in a week's time aud he believes that had he not used this remedy his leg would'have had to be amputated. Pain Balm is un equaled for sprains, bruises aud rheumatism. For sale by Theo IwS'TaEF-'- ' Wesley Mt. Vernon. Ky. ' I '. jKf aa m mmm .ma. bcm m n maM b. bh a James Reed, J. B. DA NT, DistilleV, ?i. DAVIS & SON MT. VERNON. General Merchandise Old Main and Church St - For Pure Drugs TULH I llE.Ua flfc F-ar- for Sale. Post-offic- S. N. Davis - Mt. Vernon, TOM Blacksuith a BROWN, m.-amt- e, FERRLL Forty acres on the waters of Boone's Fork, 2 miles eaht of Brod 1' head, adjoining James Crawford's 11 farm. House of 4T00111S and kitchen. Good bam. Place all in grass Good fencing, Fine locust grove can be used for locust posts. Two springs of fine water. Call on W. T. Crawford, y'IKHf Kingston, Ky. A LIMA MAN'S TESTIMONY, I have obtained excellent results A!riMRL from the use of Foley's Kidney F. FRANCISQ QKUHKXvi1 v,vJL. ri'if vrnniBTrff1 '"n" ""ppw Cure. It relieved my back-ach- e and severe pain over the hips. It ' Located atthe toned up my system and gave "me I'. a new vim aud unergy. I regard Ky.ifeas an hottest and reliable remedy . it V VS, for all Kidney diseases. It makes jyp 3 no false claims but docs what it Liver Good says when given a fair trial. I cer, tainly can recommend it. 447 Elida Read, Lima, Ohio. Meet all Trains, Day aiflBBTsr C. C. Davis & Co., Mt Veinon, Travehnrr Men and Rnilroai Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros. men Solicited. Will fori Livingston. lunches for all trains. ,..i PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED f At a liours, day or nijjktt, 1HICTOI .: C 1WC.OL.ELT. w Mt. Vernon? Ky. Hotel Frth BrodheMJ 1r , . ( . v" ir C W'"-Finn- lr look in Yous fifflnroF t Do you leo sparkling oyes, a healthy, tinted akin, a sweet expression and a graceful form ? These attractions ere tha rosnlt of good health. If they are absent, there is nearly always some disorder of the distinctly temUino organs present. Healthy menstrual organs mean health and beauty everywhere. J. H. Albright has a dozeu or more fdrms of his own within a 3 mile circuit of Brodhead, which he Write him' at will sell or rent. Brodhead. Miller Housed HUGH MILLK? tf. HEADQUAkl ERSfFOR - lfflGfLEEr$ Win of !g3$diii makes Tromcn beautiful hnd healthy. it sinices at tno root of all their trouble. There is no menstrual disorder, ache or pain which it will not cure. It ia for the budding girl, the busy wifo and the matron approaching the cliango of life. At every trying crisi3 in a vromqn's life it brings health, strength and happiuesa. It costs 1.00 of medlcino dealera. For advice In esses requlrinjspeclal directions, address, jjivirur symptoms. "The Ladies' Advisory Department,'' me vnauanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. MHS. BOZENA tKWIS, of OenaTlllo, ! ) N COMPANY COMMERCIAL MeS'at all' 'trains.- Mis Mamie Smith, Middlesboro. iSTPorter Kv.. writes: My little sister had the croup very bad. I gave her several doses ot Foley's Honey and Tar and she was Instantly relieved. It saved her life. C C. Davis Co., Mt. Vernan; Dr, Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros., Livingston. SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES. IT SAVED HER LIFE. WANTED per m. -- Wantrd A .halt 'dw.en coal 2x2, 30 inches long, all white C grade or better, $12 per m, miners. Will give steady work 2x2,-- 30 inches tonsured,' $7 for next six months. J.W. Mari.br. Mt. Ycrnon, Ky. 1 us-b- Clock ""oeU at monthly "1 Intervals with '7 terrible ptlm In inr head and dock, uut nave been entirely relloved by Wlno nt Cflrdnl.1 '.J" ixi. perm. Do x - 28 inches long," white $7 .I'wSV- Watch "' 1 - "'""' ' i- - REPAIRING Be sure ou get a. badge for Ver-noiCK- y. sale at this office events apeice, '- - perm. You assume uo risk when you buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, SINGLE TREE BiLLTS.' Theo. aud Diarrhoea Remedy. Wesley, Mt. Vernpn, will refund 38 inches, lon&white your money if yoti are not satisfied C10 r- - m "rw f- - fw lUi after using it. It is everywhere To be delivered at ariystation admitted to be the most successful on K.DofL. C. remedy in use for bowel complaints division, will cull once, every tw .j n d the only one that never "fails. weeks. .L. L. jAKRKTT,;Ins:ter, Jt is pleasant, safe- andreliabjcv, ItrodheadJtKy. 1S ''&m 2x3, &;N;'oE. - j. '",-:- . -- a tia ?M !$ - ' - OBITUARY. On the 10th inst, dentil called and hearty. for his own our dear beloved niece She gives au angry shout, Mt. Vernon, Ky., Oct. 27 1899 Nellie May French, aged 3 years And swears it is most awful Luthet, Eugene and Walter and 3 mouths. She was the only Mullins, members of the band, are That her cngement's out. mc natural musicians. t Sittrt4attht lit Vcrnn, Kj., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. And she so starts a riot, m.c!hi ill mitttr trench aud a favorite of all who A mad dog was killed on CrookAnd this excuse she tends. snacs knew her. Her burial took place ed creek Saturday and j two were She told it on the quiet on Wednesday nth. Her cousin killed here Sunday- To- only ten girl friends. Salhe May Gentry died one year Our Fall and Winter stock of Dry Ooodw, Boots nntL 'Squires Sigman, Brown and L. M. Houk does not seem' to ago of the same dread disease, Shoes arc coming in every tiny, Gatliffare here this week attends croup. Improve He is now very low. iug Court of Claims. I LVHIVf UK 4 N AtMVlLUC R. R. C. In qui Dry Goods Department we have everything A number of bets have been "Tis hard to part with those we L IIT WWWI John Jones is in from Lone that you need and as cheap can be sold anywhere, love, LOCAL TIME CARD. Mountain, Tcnn., where hej has made in Louisville- tnat Goebel And think we're left to mourn would carry the city by a plurality Our Boot and Slioc Department is complete with the. Day Mail North 11:05 am been receiving staves. of 9,500 and carry the State by But then we II meet in younder's best and most stylish hoots and shoes inado. Whtn you Day Mail Suth .. home, i!57? m When you visit Crab Orchard 21,000. Wiekt Ex. North Loved ones who have gone before. want a good boot or shoo come to us. 1:32 a m call for Dillion's Hack for any NigktEx. South Jundge R. G. Williams, R. W. 1:44 am point jou wish to go. Nellie how wc will miss thee, Our Grocery Department is also complete with nice, Brown, C. C. Williams, Alf Pike, And long for thy smiles so sweet. J. A. Landruk, Agent. fresh goods. In fact, if you want anything to eat and wea Rev. Ewers will preach at the John W. Brown and others, are And thy heavenly graces, Christian church) next Sabbath; both making come to us. speeches thioughout the That on earth we cau not seek. morning and evening. & county for the Goebel ticket. MASONIC. May and Sallie Brown i.iklail Udj. Ko, 640 meet 2rd tfou- - A. Brant has a small stock of Misses Laura Lfngford, of "east Level Green, ladies aud misses hats that he will Don't forget the pure Candy P. A. Pennington, D. D. S.; M. D. 47 1 A m. Ky. part of county and Lucy Mahan, of made by S- - W. Davis. sell cheap to close out. London, visited the Misses Gentry, DENTST, LOCAL and OTHERWISE. Brack Graves went to Birming of this place Saturday last. Misses ORLANDO No. 1. fancy patent flour at N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts. ham, Ala.. Tuesday to see his son Rosa and Lucy Virginia Gentry W. Davis' for 55c and Belle Fred, who is very sick LOUISVILLE. KY. accompanied Miss Langford home. D. B. Lanford is in the spoke The court of claims met this you need a good printing outIf J. N. Sneed, of Frankfort speke Will be nt Miller House. Mt Politicians that seem to know, business extensively. week. fit, suitable for a small country Vernon during nil Circuit Courts. hereto a fair crowd of Republicans claim that Goebel will carry the Geo. T. Johnson has lumber paper; 7 column Washington hand E. K. Wilson was ere during here Monday State by 35,000. Kentucky once ready to build a new house adjoin press for less than half what it the week. R. G. WILLIAMS, M. R. Jones, formely of this went 40,000. Judge Fish says ingliis present store. cost, Address S. W. Davis, Mrs. Willis Adams visited Liv- county is running a big store at that Goebel will carry Louisville - at-La Mt. Vernon, Ky. Joel Auglin has n new store just V&5 ingston. Hedgeville, Boyle county. by 9,000; Covington by 2,500, and '" south of town KY . MT. VERNON. the State by 50,000. 1,00k out for mad dogs tbey are Isaac Baker, of Skaggs creek Goebel, and Taylor, badges Geo. Evans, who was on the plcntyful. neighborhood, was sent to the LexWe met Jessie Kiunaird, our sick list is much improved. for sale bv Lloyd Maret. old friend and school mate of 1867 S. J. Watts was at Brodhead dur- ington Asylum, Tuesday. R Call at A. J, Moore, of this place, is in Price 5 cents eacn, ing the week. at Rowland, Tuesday. He looks Sam'l Tyree at the mouth of bignal office and got one, Chicago working in a hotel. Attorney-at-Lawthat but a few days older than when we T. J, Cresn was here from Cli- Sinking creek, complains W. P. Chesnut's wife is very used to play marbles at the old bears are eating up his corn. today. Ladies To Arrive,max Sunday. MT. VERNON, KY. Shepherd school house in Madison sick with fever. cloaks, caps and collaretts. All Merchants. Send your pro- county just after the war. Geo. Griffin, of near Wildle, was Thomas 'gose had a child badly unsold in next 10 days will be re duce vo A. E. Albright & Co., No. For Rent; a hou&e of 3 rooms oir here Sunday last. Burned Sunday morning. turned to city. Call early sec this Newcomb avenue Mt. Vernon apply East Court street, Cincinnati It is now claimed, aud comes John Parsons, of near Wildie, 40 splendid display. at Signal office J. S. Reppert, of Ravenwood, 3t The little daughter of Thomas from reliable source, that the corwas here this week. Mrs. Cleo. Browu. French has been very low with porations in the State will put up was in town this week. The railroad up Btush creek apEVERYBODY LOOK. G. W. Mcci.uuk. typhoid pheumonia but is improve-ing- . a halt million dollars to defeat J. W. Brow: Dr, Childress and R. I.. Porter pears to be a certainty. Goebel. One corporation alone IS Hk I am selling the Singer Sewing JKllt Sunday in Pine Hill, McCLURE & BROWN to put up $200,000. Stop Henry Wood, of Wildle, was Machine on easy terms and keep all proprietor of the think, then vote for Goebel. m. Coffey has moved to the N.J. Buster, here Wednesday last. kinds of sewing machine needles oil lime works at White Rock this .cHHkv s property. App Taylor has bought a lot and county was here Monday and TueMt. Vernon, Ky. In Clay County, Tuesday, DSru&jK bauds, shuttles, and everything Jane Bales, of Moores will build a dwelling. Parker and Thomas Whitmfefe sday. sewing machine. All business entrusted to our care visiting 'relatives at this that belongs to a were fired upon from ambush vflnle JfcfiT Goebel badges, Taylor badges, Will send needles)by mall to any ad- Congressman-elec- t Gilbert will will receive prompt attention. on their way to Manches ms ress. I also clean and repair all kinds for bale by Lloyd Maret, Saturday, speak here . Whitmore was killed, burfP: arJtf iCSULJJ. wens is putting up a ol machines. You cau see me here Office on Main street Reuben Mullin's new house is October a8h. A large crowd is was only slightly woMndel ' W. M. Owen ' TmSSWrn TSMWEOmu at this place. every Saturday. expected. fast Hearing completion. caped by fallinrr from his horse? fa nil "JS-t L Ball has returned from C. C. WILLIAMS, ' Mt Vernon Ky J The crowing roosters around fciguing death. Mrs. Dan Holdman of Crab Mk to uiay couiuy. Attorney-at-LaRowland is making life miserable died last Saturday, m mr Mackerel 5c each in Basement. W. H, Curtis aud son were fere , ?W, Clark has just finished to Tom Farrell and other good Mt. Vernon Ky. g Brodhead marble works are Monday to get a dog that had oeen judge ing a car ot coal Republicans. tQk.Office on 2nd floor of- new out some splendid work. gone ror ie monins mat naa tai CUE riault from the famous Brush Suits mae'e to order, a fit guar brick on Church street. Specia' J. J. DeBord, one of the staunch lowad Will Hysinger from LincoTri k mines. Grant Baker is still confined to Democrats of Level Green, called anteed, from 57.50 up Houk attention given to collections. county when a pup. Mr. Curtis to his room with rheumatism. &son. in to Wednesday aud ordered the bad what he thought a writ of delD. N. Williams has been on the Signai, sent. For the best shave or ivery sent here to officer. It prov V DR. A. G. LOVELL, ' sick list for the past two weeks. hair-cu- t to le had within W. Marler is back from Ten- ed to be a writ of arrest for Mr. J. Physician and Surgeon Rockcastle go to Purdom About 'he best coal that comes nessee where he has purchased sev- Hysinger. The mistake was cor' VERNOM, ' D. S. Mattiugly sold to parties in the Mt Vernon barber. MT 'to town is hauled by Wash Hansel. eral tracts of timber to which he rected and matters satisfactorly mules at $140 Oflice North ne Alum Vrrsot New Orleans 46 adjusted. will move his mills. Come to Mt. Vernon each. They were 16 hands and Gil"I wish to express my thanks and hear Congressman-elec- t The "school at the College is This T.paper has had business one inch (Lebanon Enterprise. Feu Sale. Three houses nad to the manufacturers of Chamberbert. growing in numbers every wei:k dealings with Chamberlain & Co., in also a good farm 6n J. W. Major sold the past week lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea lots Orlando Jnmes Cox sold a 'farm to Willis The pupils are doing good work, manufacturers of Chamberlain's Good Cove branch 135 acre.0. 2 carioads of large steers, 36 head Remedy for having put on the mar medicines at DesMoines, Iowa, and Parsons and bought one from Lee and the interest is increasing. buildings aud out houses.. Gaod in all, weight 52,130 pounds, bring- ket such a wonderful medicine" Coffey. have always found them honest Rockcastle will not go over 375 ing $2,490 W. T. Bond sold to says W. W. Masingill of Beaumont grass laud as well as highly and fair in their dealings. We ive lot other crops. Well wa5 Texas. There Simon Weil 35 head weighing Mts. J. A Landrum and Mrs. Republican majority this time, and aic many thousand can say .of cheir medicines sold by tered. At a bargain apply to Sig-a- l B. J. Bethurum visited Louisville probably less. The Republicans pounds for $1,980. (Ander- of mothers whose childien have Theo. Wesley, of this place, that tf.u or J. B. Owens, Orlando. claim 800. but the claim is all. son News. this week. been saved from attacks of of they are honest medicines aud will and cholera infantum who A LIMA MAN'S TESTIMONY, Miss Emma Rickels has returned About 200 of the 550 cattle at A young republirao, who will in most all cases cure complaints must also feel thankful. It is for I have obtained excellent results lto Lexington after a visit to relat-'tiv- vote 21 yep.rs from last. Satur- for which they are recommended. Georgetown, Monday were sold, says the Times. Feeders brought sale by Theo. Wesley Alt. Vernon from the use of Foley's Kidney here. day, has engaged food and lodging Cure. It relieved my back-achIn times like these the man with from $3.90 to $4.30 per cwt; year- Ky. with School commissioner Davis. and severe pain over the hips. It .Mrs. Stephen Price died Satur-dd- y the hoe hunts the man with the lings $3.50 to $3.85; heifers $3.20; and was buried in cemetery David Henderson brought to this ad. When money is easy people Wanted: Wood and coal in toned up my system and gave me weanling calves $14 to $16; mules, a new vim and uiiergy. I regard here Sunday. office Tuesday, two of the largest spend it freely. They also seek exchange for tuition ar Collegiate it as an honest and reliable remedy o 15 bauds, $60 to $90. broke, 14 Call on Dr, A. E. for all Kidney diseases. It makes pumpkins we have seen this year those places that hold out the most Institute. Now is a good time to see that The Interior Journal notes the Ewers, Mt. Vernon, Kv. and we have seen several fields full conspicuous no false claims but does what it Of inducement. ' good surface drainage is provided says when given a fair trial. I cercourse some few of them will find sale of 40 shotes at 3 cents; a lot 'in the orchard. NOTICE. Wm. A. Shannon, marshal of Crajb your tainly can recommend it, J. store if you do not hang out of heifers at 3 cents; cows at 26 was here Tuesday on Notice is hereby given that the Finn, 447 Elida Road, Lima, Ohio. Orchard Mrs. Rose was here fromjun ypur sign in the newspaper, but cents; a bunch of heifers at $3.30; C. C. Davis & Co., Mt Veinon, hogs at 4 cents; 26 Pine Hill Mininc Company, of ction City to work up a tent of hunt of a prisoner who had escap it will be like stumbling across an a lot 2oo-lDr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros. ed frcm his cal aboose a few uighls objeVJn cents; corn Rockcastle county, Ky., isJ closing Livingston. 'lady Maccabees. the dark. Many a buyer j earling steers at 4 company since. determines where he is going be- - in the field at $1.66 per barrel and up its business as such William Fish, lor many years holding a claim aud any person a lot of hay at $2.60 per ton. Currants are pruned by shortenEngineer Rcspess, of the South- - fore he leaves home. circuit clerk, was baptized at Wil-'dl- c against said Company must present ing the last year's growth and ern rail way, was here several days last Sunday, Char,ey Bronston has, informed same to the Trustee. S.iA. Bowley, trimming out the center. this week. He is confident the IT SAVED HER LIFE. formerly S. A. Purrish, at Hot Lewis, aud W. H. Jones road will be buil from Burgin to ie Louisvie Post that Goebel Dr. You assume no rik when you olght to bft pued off ,he t,cket bc. Mis Mamie Smith, Middlesboro. Springs. Va., for settlement. Wildie, and G. W. Jones of Co- Jeluc0- buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, cause he was friendly to Carlisle Ky., writes: My little sister had Pine Hii.t. Mining Co., nway were here Monday. Theo. . very bad. I gave her and Diarrhoea Remedy. This is the the croup By J. A. August, Pres. A Methodist meeting will begin "' t"e spring of 1896-several doses of Foley's Honey and Wesley, Mt. Vernon, will refund Wc print in this weeks issue at the Court-hous- e Saturday night .same Bronston who opposed the Tar and she was instantly relieved. Oct. 17th 899. 4t your money if you arc not satisfied Bryan's Louisville speech in full and continue fir one week, silver platform proposed in 1895 It saved her life. C. C. Davis it after using it. It is everywhere All small funis should be plantcad it, It will do you good. will be conducted bv Revs Racan nd voted to endorse both Cleve- - Co., Mt. Vernon; Dr, Clark, 'Brod. head; Hagan Bros., Livingston. ed far enough apart to admit of admitted to be the most successful 'land and Carlisle. The same Shout Horns For Sale. I have nnd Carrier. remedy in use for bowel complaints using the horse cultivator. Bronston who bolted a Democratic bulls lor sale. two red Short Horn nd the onl one that never fails. In pruning, encourage the new it you want to exciiange pro- - caucua in ,g Tli( samp HrntiK- E. P, Woods, A SHORT SAD STORY . It is pleasant, safe and reliable. growtn ot wooa. Many trees anu ducc for dry goods or groceries,' whn rose hl llis scat at Stanford, Ky. A cold or Ladies and Misses hats, call and Louhi,. convention and called on vines fail because the new wood is To Builders. J. W. Marler Neglect i see me. A. Bryant. as we go to press Just rir,i:f,,, rr;AnA fn nnmiuat n nr. cut off, leaving the old. Pneumonia &" Sons now have their mill on one " " Thursday, Congressman Davison Grief, Oct20 2mo. enough man and not a "crippled . of the best sites in the county and r lms n J" HJ Had Fold's Honey and Tar ' making a speech at the Court is .f.fcn Democrat," declaring that hr "knew ' are fully prepared to cut bills to By uvwsii,wi or miniate, a writ a 3 been used this story would have haxl moie farma of his own ' house to a good crowd. While we order on very short notice. Lum" """ ofarrestfbr Wm. Hysmger. in- circuit of Brodhead. which he a happier end.ng 3F, aud 50c differ with the Congressman po-. n. I Alaaanwa fr.'V.rt Illlll LU UL tlUlLUI J llllf t ' C. ( Htvi' & Co , Mt. Vernon, ber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon. U mi wi!l fcell or rent. Write , him at litically, we admire him greatly! S,M" "' "Ml ' Dr. Clark, Brodhead; .Hagan Bico if desired G e us your i.rders atK s ' - S0"Kht- - Charley, you nidke us dog. was issued last Saturday. . tf - frjeud, ' ' ,' .as a personalKenluckiat:. tirvMHpWnsvilfc Livingstou, Ket protunt attention aud tl , W H Curtis in town Wednesday looking hale Ut Vernon " r" THE ENGAGEMENT. Her rage is most unlawful, Signal I. N. Dooley,of Dispuranta, was! Pair Pit-Sc- - DEALINC WWW ! H UK M HOUft SON t, r 1 Attorney-- -- L BROWN, , i , - , tV Attorney aw, :?: yag tw? " xVE-'ii-- ?- O'-cha- rd w, get-'tin- pi w - '.-- . JLand,Stock,Ciropj A KH pro-du- el 43,-58- dys-sente- ry es e b . .... . ... to-nig- 1 a k "vy .rt ft fc. V J ft Xc .., - Mroid. -- . S PPMpPWWfPl , V iF I aaaaalaai4,aakaaaa.aaa.tl-IS ) I 9 "It MHHHB That Blows Nobody Good. '' an ILL TJp Wind t J Love A childish dlssase vhich silly have more 4)ibti once. Weather Reports Dreams that go by to Unto Definition. per-son- s I I s. KXZfa . JSXa .Yk ,lJAr J? 1 BOUND TO & FAIL. nf lf" mZTOi rl H ' I ret. Lous of Foollinll Players Scaled tho College' Doom. That small ache or pain or weakness is the "ill 'wind" that directs your attention to the necessity of purifying your blood by taking Hood's Sarsapa-rlll- a. Then your whole body receives good, for the purified blood goes ting ling to every organ, It is the remedy or all ages am both sexes. Jwcdi Swi&abwih 7 I'fll'XjdFm Tlit rtrnfinif fitf lKW'ffJM3f ll 'I I1. 1 WJU.mil 0 BIRD SISTER OF CHARITY. Affection Mnnlfeecl by n Jnrn Sparrow When Iti Companion Wni The Inside Track The alimentary canal. Baby Carriage A vehicle pushed by tjirls In New York and by men in Brooklyn. A Man of Sense One who advises you to follow the plan you had previously laid out yourself. Marriage A lottery where the blanks win the prizes. Divorce A chance the law gives onn to make a fool of one's self over again. Bargain An article that seems cheap when you buy it. Beauty A security in the matrimonial market. Dowry The only thing that saves many a woman from becoming an old maid. Law A bait that induces you to upend vour money in search of justice. N. Y. World. d that IrrltabHtfcy- - Indicates disease. Women who arc nervous and snappish are to o pitied. Their homes are uncomfortable; their dis positions grow constantly worse. Such women need the counsel nnd treatment of a woman who understands tho peculiar "RS. PINKHAM says W Mortnllr Wounded. r ,.,. J 9 ail a. "They were both hens and in the same aviary with a parrot, which took a dislike to one of them. One day the parrot picked a quarrel with one of the sparrows, tore out Its feathers and Anally broke Its leg with n blow of its beak. The poor little thing could no longer stay on n perch. It lay shivering on the ground, to the evident grief of the companion bird. She went about the aviary picking up strnws, feathers and leaves to make n bed for the invalid. She accomplished wonders of dexterous management in lifting up the featherless sufferer and placing it on the couch. But the weather was cold nt night. The charitable bird placed itself beside the one with the broken leg, and extended a wing o er It to keep it warm. The position must have been uncomfortable, not to say painful, but M. never came at night to see how "this feathered sister of charity" was behaving without finding it with its wing loIugly extended. The invalid died. The other bird began to mope, lost appetite, withdrew into a corner, drooped and died also. Was it instinct that prompted It to make n bed and keep the other bird warm? No, it was sentiment, and charitable sentiment, guided by reason. That bird was not only charitable, but virtuous, and really deserved the MonUon prize Milne-Edwar- director of the des Plantes in Paris, relates the lowing story of two Java sparrows: Milne-Edwards, Jnr-dl- n fol- nature sees an improvement, there is a change. The candle jave way to Thespinniiigv,hecl to machinery, electricity. the horse to the automobile. Ihe fact that Hostettcr's Stomach Bitters has been told for over half a century, proves Us value. There is nothing to equal it for stomach or liver trouble. It is Nature's own remedj', nnil the only one to cure dyspepsia or weak So soon ns rnnalni? of the Home. Acts gently on the stomach. AND Cleanses Occasionally you will meet in this drei7 world the father of a family of girls who wears a new overcoat, but. you will never come up with such a father who can afford to have histeeth filled. Atchison Qlobc. I'cnnltlcft of Fatherhood. the ?t v . ystem UlrTnSESo hABlTUAl CONST' ITS EFFECTUALLY This promising young Dctroitcr, six feet in the clear nnd trim as a lacing spr, ivcnt into his father's oliicc the tothcr day and gave him n shock. "What is there for mo about the establishment to do?" he began, without prologue. "We'll find a place for you, my boy, when the time comes. "Hut now? What is there now?" "See here, my son, if you've been getting into trouble, and need money, say so. Don't approach me in this roundabout way. I'm no spring chicken, and I've been over the course. Out with it." "I don't owe a dollar and there's nothing to conceal from you. I can sec that there will be "no more college for me, and I'm not going to stay around home as a deadhead." "No more college? .Some one must have misled you. The business was never more Of course prosperous, and I have plenty. you'll go back and complete your course. I'll swell tho allowance if you think best." "No, I've concluded to cut it all and go to work. I'm not so fickle as to take tip with another alma mater. Besides, the other fellows would all he new. I would have no class memories, and I'd simply be a cat in a strange garret." "Certainly you'd not change. No one thought of such a thing. Qo back and finish with the boys you started in with." "Father, you don't understand. That institution won't lat three months. Four of the best football players have sent word that they must drpp out. It is all up, and I want a job." Detroit Free Press. He wire of Olntmcnli for Cntnrrh Tli nt Contain Mcrcnry, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is often ten fold to the good you can posibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.. contains no mercury, and Is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. free. fold bv Druggists, price 7Sc per bottlt. Tamily Pills are the best. Hall's Testi-monia- ls TALKS WSTM Short of Conscience. Dr. Parkhurst says that man is merely a gorilla with a "conscierice. If there is any semblance of truth in his theory, then there arc a lot of men who arc just plain gorillas. Topeka Capital. ..un fty uj rtKiYlMNtPilLT. QUALITY AND NEWS. Arc Ilctcriiitn-ln- u Fame and Fnctors In Suoccnaftil Decloi-i- n cut One of tlic Important Funch NoMSlilcri. tions of In presenting interesting plinscs of IUkIi-CIhkss Br,c,AlEffECT& GENWINE-MAH'r'O OUy THE (ausvrniaTg,Syrvp. 0W fOJ ; f- - Hit BYlllCSUSSTi ct."fo fBU 40 ftBKTTlL w'H.Wt vn.. Dizzy? Then your liver Isn't acting well. You suffer from biliousness, constipation. Ayer's Pills act directly on the liver. For60yeara the Standard Family Pill. Small doses cure. 25c. All druggists. Want jour moustache or be.trd a beautiful prown or ncn diicit Jinen uao ft BUCKINGHAM'S eOPT DUCC'TI, nn n P HU DYE ftfiiSIS ors Co O Nmii, W ML BAD WlLIIU.MlNA 1137 scientific and economic problems, hlgh-clnnewspapers frequently give information of ns great aluc in their advertising columns ns In those devoted of the principal to the publication events of the day; and when the fame of n product is extended beyond its nntural limits into foreign lands, nnil a large demand created throughout Great Britain nnd her Colonies and the principal seaports and cities of Europe, Asia and Africa, it becomes n pleasant duty to note the fact and to tell of the points of excellence on vfhlcli'so great a success is based. We refer to the now world-fame- d laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs, the product of the California Fig Syrup n Company. The merits of this excellent lnxnthc were first made known to the world through the medical journals nnd newspapers of the United States; and is one of tiie distinct achievements of the press. It is now well known that Syrup of Figs it nn ethical "proprietary remedy, approved by the most eminent physicians everywhere, because it is simple and effective, yet pleasant to the taste and acceptable to the system, nnd not only prompt in its beneficial effects, Tint also wholly free from any unpleasant aftereffects. It is frequently referred to as the remedy of the healthy, because it Is used by people who enjoy good health and who live well nnd feel well nnd arc well informed on nil subjects generally, Including laxatives. In order to get Its beneficial effects, It Is necessary to get the genuine Syrup of Figs, which 13 manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. well-know- SHE STOOD HIGH. Her Xnmc Unit Aiiiieured In tile ciety Column nnil She Wiin Arroitnut. So- I have been uilnir CASCABUTIandai a mild and effective laxative 1 llrov are tlropli wonderful. Mr dauehter and were bothered with sick stomach and our breath itai very bad. After taking a few dote of Cascarets we have Improved wonderfully. Thov are a prcat help In the family." Ulltenhouso St.. Cincinnati, Ohio. NAOEL. ATH fttOISTCRSO "I've got no case," said a lawyer who was trying a suit for damages against a railroad, "hut I've got the jury." Atchison Globe. A MAGNIFICENT WOMAN Holds Up CANDV Pcruna as the Ideal edy For Female Catarrh. Rem- TRAOC MARK Pleasant. Palatable. Potent, Taste Good, po Good, Never Sicken. Weaken, or O ripe. 10c, 2Jo. toe. Il.rll.i BlM.y CMm, Meilr.ll, T.rt. Sold and cuRrnnteed by alldrui-Rlin.Tft.Bin slats to tTUKKTobaooo Uablt. I U'BAU iif, ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... K.w 315 Two famous pictures printed fn ten colors, ready (of framing, will be given free to any person who will send a quarter for Three Months' subscription to Demorest's Family Magazine, the great paper for home life. Thousands subscribe for Demorest's as a gift to their daughters. Demo- rest's is the great r Fashions. For JL JL forty years it has been read fn the best families of America, and has done more to educate women in true love of good literature than any other magazine. The special offer of these two gieat pictures and Three Months' subscription to Demorest's for; 25c. Is made for 60 days only. Write at once, fr'axy. rCC American ty on authorl-- 1 Demorest's Family Magazine, J JO Art Department, Fifth Avenue, New York. Mrs. Clara Makemer, housekeeper for theFlorence Crittenden Anchorage Mission, of Chicago, writes the following letterfrom302 Chestnut street, Chicago: "Peruna is the best tonic I have ever known for general debility, a sure cure for liver complaint, and a never falling adjuster in cases of dyspepsia. "I have used it in cases of female irregularities and weak nerves common to the sex, and have found it most satisfactory." From early girlhood to the end of tho period few women are entirely free from some degree of catarrh of the pelvic organs. With Peruna the thousand and one ailments dependent upon catarrh of the pelvic organs enn be wholly averted. "Health and Beauty" sent free to women only, by The Peruna Medicino ehild-bearln- Mrs. Clara Makemer. g Tho constantly increasing business of the READ Baltimore & Ohio railroad has necessitated A family living lit a North side flat lately very material additions to the telegraph welcomed n new housemaid. The girl had service. During the past year nearly 2,000 WHAT A just come from Michigan and her appear-unemiles of copper wire, 100 pounds to the mile, was prepossessing. Soon after her ad- have been strung. Now lines have been Has to say who has had 35 YEARS of active Praotics of Medicinal vent it was discovered that she was inclined placed in service between Baltimore and I liave never Iwfore In my 35 j ear of practice of medicine given my testimonial or recommeiv to treat the family with a patronizing air. Pittsburg, Baltimore and Parkcrsburg, Now-ar- dation to any patent medicine, but there l a remedy, the result of which has come under my own ".Mary, you must do better, or I shall have O., to Chicago, Philadelphia to Newark, observation; lor there is no Disease which 1ms so baffled the medical skill of mil ages as Rheumatism and to find n Reliable remedy for the same. At Imt we hae found it in "s Drops," manuto find some one to take your place' tho Philadelphia to Cumberland and Cumberfactured by theSwanson Rheumatic Cure Company, Chicago, mistress remarked the other morning. land to Grafton. During the summer sev- itbclf wonderful for its curative vower in Rheumatism, not as III. The "5 DROPS, "lias proven a Temporary Reliever only, but to anyone to speak to me that eral of these wires were quadruplexcd be"I don't-alloHie a Permanent Cure even in chronic canes. Sometime azo. I had way," replied Mary, with a toss of her head. tween Baltimore and Cumberland and duumonj; others several Rheumatic cases under my treatment and pre. scribed for these patients the very best Remedies vfhtch I skillfully se"I'm just ns good as you arc, nnd 1 waut plexed west. lected, but without desirable results. I then heard of "3 DROPS" and you to know ft." Like all new Baltimore & Ohio work, .the of Its Wonderful Cures, and prescribed it to a few patients who found re Alary flounced out of the room ana re lines arc constructed in the best possible lief from Its use within a few days. After that I prescribed It to a great turned in two minutes with the tvkiy pa manner. number ami to my surprise, I wilf say that in the course of Two or Three per from licj town. Among tiie sMawymis Weeks after they had used "s DR0P3" and "8 Drop" Plasters they Tlcivcy Hail No Qrlcmncr. vtas the following: were Cured. Among thesa were a few who had, for a number of years, "Miss Alary Hansen has cone vHKcago been suffering with Chronic Rheumatism, who had piloted themselves "Where do you take command of the around on Crutches. They came to my office without Crutches nnd told to spend me winter. iissiinn tcfryutnu-gfttica"6- f fleet?" a lady friend asked Dewey just beme they were perfectly Well. Thev give ail the credit to "5 DR0P3" knowlcdgcd belle in the leadin BliaaafcLi fore be left for Manila. im ill. 11 toawuust l,tcci. "'." " .1 ".""",'"' .nil ana tor me Z tTlliTTrlinir.l " ho replied, At ' Kiieumanc cure company lor tneir Kinoness """""'., conscientious Alary waited until her cmpl ogflKl audi way In which they are placing these Wonderful Remedies among suffering humanity, which they g, A f tcr n silenco tho lady sold : told inn to write to the Company ns nil acknowledgement. As I have seen the Curative Power of c i' "Aren't you aggrieved, in view of our said, with withering scorn: "3 Drop" Plasters, trouble with Snain. nver lipintr nr. "5 DR0P3" andfirm Is perfectly honestin n great many instances, 1 can Truly recommend them I have always been acci "As and reliable to deal with. Asiatic which and also that the swan-son'C. A. JACKSON, rhysician and Surgeon, Kearney, Neb., Aug. 29, 1899. ini with tho very nest in mv i Mcred to the remote picture instation, war?" case of Is tho mot powerful speolflo known. I'ree from opiates and perfectlT harm on can naruiy lie in the don't believe you ever have' ?iUSailor's luck!" replied Dewey. less ltellef Is usually felt the tlrst nlahu It Is a positive cure for Jtlieiimsv. 1 O the society page 01 tltm, Ncliillcii. NeurnJirlii. Itiickucho, Asthmu, Hay Fewrr, Ualnrrh, SHeep haven't cutcrtained grievances for lf.itfa, ilcrviiinea. Nervous nnil .enrulalo Ifemlache. Jitruche, Xoothache, llears Ctioss I can t attorn to stnyril years." Weitkiteta, Croup, Muelllnir, a.a Grippe, Mutttrlu, Creeiilus Numbness, etc., etc. Tho North side woman dt iLKlriieiifiJ? .And then he added, evidently as an afterDUOPS" at least a, trial, we will CI A B Ci lonjrer to enable suoerers to ulvo "5 mall, mestic incident closed. itbottle, I samDle I vfle thought: "Besides, jou know, Spain owns S"IJIEB"!"V LavjA V Ct semi a tax) sample(lull, a prepaid br 12.50. for 10 cents. Adruggists,bottle Oitdu. Bold by us, and doses) bottles for will convlncovou Also. lamo bottles the Philippines." Ladiet' Home Journal. auonts Aaents wuntetl In new territory. "Writ us A Thrifty Drum BVTAMSO.V UIIKUMATIO (JURE CO., ICO to 104 Lak Street, CIIICAGO, 1XI ... . . ... ., . Hxnnnalon spirit 01 inrut was eiiouir-Hy.'oumr ,(Means paying rent for u poor farm. Now woman who entered a carwith JuiMd-pni the time to secure good farm on the bundles. Another young iftoic line of the Chicago, .Milwaukee &. St. Paul iu in iiil-- next station anu rccoanizcu Railway in Marinette County, Wisconsin, "un, my, who is to be niarncdT''. where the crops are of the best, work plen"Nobody: and me last of all." jti ty, fine markets, excellent climate, pure J lien" wliat arc the flowers fori "A funeral: our teacher ilipit': mnve. soft water, land sold cheap and on long time. Why rent a fam when you can buy cirls nut toccther to cet thin wrmtfiir IF3 'WEST MADISON S "Poor thing; did she know she was going one for less than you pay for rent? Address C. 15. Rollins, Land Agent, 101 La Salle St., to die?" don't think so;" then, after a pause, she Chicago, 111, "I added, cheerfully: "hut she does by this Ills Itevenfrc. time," nil being said in the most unconscious way. As they bent solicitously over hira the "How much was the wreath?" man who liad been kicked by a horse opened "Two dollars and sixty cents. I only had his eyes. "Have you any last wish? they asked him. "Did you pay the difference?" THIS ELEGANT GUITAR "Yes," he murmured. "Have on automo"Dear, no. I made him give it io me for bile hearse at the funeral," Thb Guitar Is made two dollars, so 1 saved mv own quarter I strong even in Revenge, it seemed, was FOR $2.65 of the finest imitaput in, but Pm going to moke the giris think dath.-- N. Y. Press. tion mahogany with No mora, no loss, than 5,000 of thorn, I paid either solid rosewood probably tho largest contract In guitars "Well, that's right; the wear and tear is A New Standard for Art. over mado on instrument that posior walnut fingerworth a quarter, surely." Detroit Foree tively sells from S3.00 to 47.00. When this Mrs. Oldschool I can't see anything Prcus. board, pearl inlaid beautiful in that Secession vase of yours. lot is exhausted Vto cannot duplicate position dots and this offor. Quantity talks. Only by operNcwrich Whyn my dear, there ait Mrs. Some of the big guns of the prize ri"g are German silver rated ating on such a bis scale, together with over CO of the loveliest dollars wc ever had Chicago Daily News. t only our small frets: it has fancy in- suclt on offorlns bo prollt policy, could in it. Jewelers' Weekly. possible Another lay around sound reason for dispensing such a bargain THE MARKETS. hole and test quality broadcast is tho conUdenco wo foci that The lleitt I'rt'aci'lptlnn fur Chill cvory guitar sold will win for us a perAmerican patent and Povcrls nbottlo or Uuovp.'s Tasti'Lhrj CINCINKA ti, Oct. :i manent patron and a friend wbcjo Cnil.LToNlf. His slmplyironundniiinlucii heads) the top of 1IVK STOCK Cattlo.commoiLti 2 Ul fij 4 00 recommendation we can count upon. Wo Helecl Lutrlio h 4 Winti 10 auslolcssform. Nofiiro mpiiy, rrlio,Wc Guitar Is beautifully will forward tho guitar to any address PARVUS Kalr to good light.. qpbject 21 IS bound with celluloid; C. O. D., 50c. Wo,to examination, upon ilOUS Coarse and heavy receipt of J TO i 4 13 bowovor, adriso that &m Junt Wrnth. Mixed i ackers 4 W O 4 10 it is strum? with a cash in full bo sent, as that saves return Light sIiIli vrs,. t& 4 n w4 30 "Fir lnt nt atiVR thrv nrn ." nnM lh nl. full set of best quality cunrgos tor money ana wo siana perPHKUl'-Oho- ko a 110 fectly ready to rofund monoy If tho dcrman, "to be calling me dishonest. I never steel springs and is AMllS-hirl- nu ft' to h 2S guitar is not all and moro than wo claim took a cent of pay from anyone that 1 didn't a 45 ready to play upon. tor it. iiomomoorour KLOUlt Winter patent 3 75 2 red.... special price on 6,uuu or u 71 render value received." Indianapolis Journal. No. .Ircd 70 tucmomyis aa COKN Nn i mixed & To Cura n Told In One 7ny cms Nn. 2SJ4" Tin which is listsd at lowest wholesale prices Itye No s Tnko Laxattvo Bromo Ouinlno Tablets. All HAY Prima to eholcu I (il! 25 druggists rcfundmonoylf It falls to euro. 25c. everything to oat wear end use.is furnish. 75 porlt 66 Jed on recoipt of only 105 to partly; pay Larl & 0 10 IlU'l'IKK-Chc- l'o Comparisons. "What is the sensation of Sspostafie or expressasje and as evidence dairy II ti IS r EOQD J.!L it... IUV 19 UIIWVVBW Wll fIlia .lln..,J J i lioleu cioAincry i'5K joing up in a balloon?" asked the reporter. IdlVII HIC APPLES Clinleo to fancy..,.. 75 2 25 Precisely the opposite to that of coming nuFehaas amounting to 3 199 or above. POTAUOCS : 4u Ptfr br i bO down in one," replied the professor impresTll PUR MONTHCY OB9CRV PRICE LIST fRirifl CIIIfAGO. sively. Philadelphia North America. PLOUIt-- W Inter t atom 3 61 3 70 No. S red.... UltA 7IM Wo refund 10o for every package of PUTVI N ). .ti hlcu.'O spilut'. 70 NAM FADELESS DYES that fails to give COHN-- Ni 2i H 3J! Monroe Drug Co., Unionville, OA if .No. 2 2.?4' Ziii satisfaction. trusm 1no m i (15 Mo. Sold by all druggists. riThIsTti icTAitsi 25 LAHu Slc.im 6' Dest Cough S csQood. TJseM NGW YOUK. The wonder is not that people are afraid In tlmo. Bold br druggists. IcL 100 ft 3 W) rLOUIt Winter pntcul I to tell the truth, but that they are not HEVH raffireirorc S ro.1 WHK.vi'-N- o. 70 afraid to tell a lie. Atchison Globe. Cures Croup and Whooping-Coug- h (ift COItN-N- i.. 1 mixed 40j 01 Glvoa Unexcelled for Consumptives. "YU 28 Piso's Cure Is a wonderful Cough mediOATS Mixed A. N. K.- -E quick, sure result. Kefuse subbtltules. 1784 OJ lis I) 5J i ItlC rft'.' mt'H4 cine. Mrs. W. Pickert, Van Siclen and Dr.jluirsPillicureliiliousntss. 7iattoforsc 5 57( Blake Aves.. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 20, '01. LAltlJ iVes'.crn Add. Homoatoad when tvniTiNa HALTIMOKK. please ctate that jon saw (he AdrertUe-Kue- at bouElit. you 3' 70 An ounce of heln is better than a nound trrcd less tlmn 111(1 acres rlKlits June 23, 1174,It writeen 3i n ri.OUIl-Pm- nll before to la thle paper. GKA1N-W.i- c.il 70X of preaching. No 2 red.... Chicago Daily News. CO., S1J Ilia SL, H.ai.jloo, D. U 70!$a SILO 11, SlMK.tb K, ft 71 H Souiliu.n 38)4 ISK Corn Mlxi'ii,, U) us M OJW-- No 2 white 01 68 Kte No 2 wphtcrn CA'ITLP.-P.runuu4 75 &ft 00 4 tsu 0 OJ llOUa Western INDIANAPOLIS. Itnllronil Knterprlac. e, Mrs. Anna E. Hall, of Conn"., was all run down in health and had completely lost control of her nerves. She wroto to Mrs. Plnkham at Lynn, Mass., for advice. Now she writes: " I wish to thank you for what your Vegetable Compound has done for mo. It has helped mo more than anything else. I suffered for a long time with nervousness, pains in back and limbs and falling of tho womb; also had neuralgia in my head and could not sleep. I told my husband that something must bo done, for I was nearly frantic with pain. Having read ofj the wonderful cures! Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- - yip etablo Compound had 8 performed, I determined 8 to trv it. I have taken oa lOQiTwEMr- oc r Jl. J it, uiiu uiu t. 1 iiujjpy iu buy t am cured. I recommend it to all my friends and never tire of telling the benefit I have derived from its use. I crR??HPk have you alone to thank for g3 my recovery. Mrs. Ellen Flana gan, 8 10 Mountain St., Philadelphia, Pa., writes: o "Dear Mrs. Pinkham 8 Three years ago I was a sufferer from chronic I i&' dyspepsia, was irritable Vca- I ASW nnd r.rnss., ntirl run ssv Q J?J? , I s that after taking seven g r 6 ' bottles of Lydia E. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound was entirely cured. I take great pleasure in writing this to you and would be pleased to bo interviewed by any one who is afflicted with that distressing complaint. I am very grateful to you." ron 00 days you can thy it ron 10 cento. Mill-dal- irUUUIGB Ul JlUl DCA. jQQuvpQjpaawfijigiBf dw j xMtiXm A. lilHH 3xtc3HHI EESiKn liil s Jffi BMs 1 Sc'my-mijQpf ofr K i, NSfeH'-i-- NT PHYSICIAN c Hong-Kong,- "!' n-il- tlJ ' mHUu mm a &mJs pos-'sihl- s ino-cu- ni Wf! iniwu d "More-fi)SKi-- "R UhvrO I)seili, t VI ntit n a A ial 11 m YTHCO. MAMMOTrf 'MAILORDER, HOUSE. w& CHICAGO eOITARS AT $2.65 two-sixt- n 11 til UKAlN-Whciit-- No. a a mm . $2.65 r. I a K a PUOVl-lONS-Mc- s-, 1) J-- 1 Dr.BnIlB JEd a SOLDIERS to advertiser llty GRAIN-Wh- eat Oals QUAIN-Whc.i Corn No. 2 Nj. 2 mixed No. 2 inlxo.1 red-,,.- . CSH !a ,t... 3 45 31 44 Wi 3 55 -- Co., Columbus, Ohio. READERS OF THIS PAPER. DES1UINO TO BUT ANYTHING ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UPON HAVINQ WHAT THEY ASK FOH UKFU81NQ ALL SUBSTITUTES OK KlTATIONS. B LOUISVILLE. FLOUU Winter patent No. Oit- - Mixed . , OWE OF THE GRANDEST OFFERS EVER MADE. The first flvo persons procuring tho Endless Chain Stnrch Boole from thoir (rroocr, will each obtain larce) 10o one largo nRr CROSS" nsStarch, aalifo, or 10c. packngo of "HUBINGKIVS BEST" Starch, two Bhakospraro ono nrin Backaea at panols in ono Twentieth Century Girl Calendar, tho finest of Its kind over printed all nbsolutjslrtwdva natural colors, beautiful froa. All othors procuring tho Endless Chain Starch Book will obtain from their grocer two large lOo. packages o'f starch for Be and tho beautiful premiums which aro being givon away. This offer is only mado for a short time to further Introduce-- tho famous. "RBJJ , CIIOSS" Starch, and tho celebrated "HUBINGEIt'S BEST" cold water Starch. A.biMni.nMA.fA.,i.imis BlurUIJ, jfuw giwuur tur 2rrd cm RaB "J ' ' g Worth $4 to $6 compared with other makes. S3&S3.50 SHOES TUB POIK-M1LAUU-Sic- 0 jH ft 21 a 0 01 ftJM M 1.1 um Indorsed by over 1,000,000 uciirers. ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES CESIIXE hi.. W. U I)onla' name asJ prlct .Uinpctl on bottom. can ntlord to bo wltnnoubenoia can to have lu VeriuuuciitiyfunjU. tot!W0Mi"r !" B Oowneosafttrtirstcmy use of Lr.Illnu Great Nerve m Jtorer. 83 trial bottle and f?Ah8WPWlPft free. CiRTE fCt G Tako no eubBtltuto claimed toncaJROOd. Larncitmaken of S3 tnd I3.ra thoci In tho world. Yourdeitlcrl:oulJl:',er them If not, wo will send vou aralronrccelptofrrlce. Stan Ufld of leather, itze and width, plain or cap toe B g ii H fj 3 i ill Catalogue II Free. W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE CO., DfvCkton, Mg)f, To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it? lfiU ' fflgU,'djl jS i r5 1 .K 1 1 1 i sHMIW Price 5Qe. 'S 1