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THE LINCOLN COUNTY Nkw Yobic, Oct. 31. Vido President Hobart, who has been ill for weeks a1 as They Advanced at his home in l'aterson, N. J., suffered 3 Ladysmith Monday. relapso Monday morning.-- Ho had a succession of choking spells, resulting from an imperfect action of tho heart, WILD RUSK WAS MADE ON TflE BOERS an old affliction, complicated within-flamatloof the stomach. Mr. Ilobart Jouhprt Was in Command of the has not been able to attend to his private affairs for the past two Forces and Showed Whiteor three days, and an intimato friend has been given power of Attorney to That Ho Was Master. sign checks and to attend to other n - Guns Met the English Troops FROM ALL ir. KNOTT'SlRESIGNATIONJ tie Miu iircomn R THE STATE. BANKING K 8 NATIONAL Successors to Farmers BANE, Trust 60., FIRM FAILS. OF STANFORD, KY. rimt Tlce Prreldenl the I'Unt ystcin, the South' Moqt, Exlenlve Ualltrar Sjiitero. tijr . L . . in Anlgnee t Co, Appointed fer D. A. Fajre Lexington The llitnk In Tims Will Vat Dollar for Dollar. ms. 11 - Hundred llrltum Had Fnllen the One of tho physicians in attendance Kngllih lteturnoil "In Order," Thar at 0 o'clock Monday night said that Aiicrt The lloer Lqis It Rewhile the condition of Mr. Ilobart was ported at Uitf. serious, he was better than at any time within the last 24 hours'. At 10:30 p, mt news from tho sick Ladysmith, Oct. 31. The naval brigade arrived Monday morning- at of Vice President Hobart that half-panlno and commenced firing he was conscious and able to recognize with six quick firing guns with great those about tho bedside. It was stated precision. Tho lloer that no early change for the worso which had again begun to shell the need be expected. town, were temporarily-disableAt midnight everything was quiet at at tha third and fifth shots. Brisk fighting the residence of Vlco President Hobart. is in progress on tho right and left The lights were all out and everything Hanks. ' The advance- was mado at dawn with tho object of shelling tho Boers from tho position where Sunday they had mounted a number of guns. On W58Pj jtf bnKS e reaching tho spot, however, it was found that they hal evacuated the position. Thd British continued to ad. vance, and tho mov cment developed into a rccotinoissanco in force. Tho enemy wcro posted on a rango of hills having a frontage of about 10 miles. Tho British force was disposed in tho following order: "On tho right, three rcplmcnts of cavalry, four batteries of the Royal field artillery and five battailous of infantry; in the center thrco batteries of tho Royal field artillery, two regi. OAItHKTT Al HOBART. nejet yeap ments of cavnlry and"four infantry appears Co ludlcate.that tlieiyjoe presl- battalions, and on tho left tho Royal t . Irish fusiliers, the Gloucestershire reel- - leutjvraM reeling quie st forty-pounder- s, i , After n mattcrs.of that character. Lexington, Ky., Oct. 29. Tho bank- ng firm of D. A. Sayre & Co., whose Bank and resident, E. D. Say re, died Sunday, fisigned Friday. It was tho o.Ulcst nk in the city, having been bounded 1820. xhe security Trust fc Safety ult Co. was made assignee. Tho And continuously under same management for 29 years. ank was caoltalized at 837.000. The Kposits &re p'aced at 5140,000. The Solicits your Bank account hoping such bussiness rela-dossignce scales it win pay dollar will prove materially profitable and pleasant, Tor dollar, but it will take all the tern. property belonging to J. W. and E. IX Mr. E. R. Erwln, who was '.Sayrc, jr., sons of the president, who president of the Plant system the death of President Plant a shi (are the chief stockholders, to pay out. They have a large amount of negotiable J. J. Williams. time ago, is a lawyer and not a rfn J; S. Owsley, Sr. J. E .Lynn. cal railroader. Consequently he Ji paper, but as It is several months under S. H. Shanks. William Gooch. J. F. Cash. due the bank could not secure monoy-tonly look after the financial affairs meet the calls. the company, leaving everything ejj A. W. Carpenter. W, H. Cummins. J. B. Owsley. to Mr. Knott, tt is learned from ENTERS A PROTEST. '" reliable source that Mr. Knott's salad as first vice president of tho Jlaml Jndffe llrown Dentet the Klght of Circuit lines will bo S20.000. It will be rcpajlj Judge Erersole to Preside In the ny seen map, tne oinco oi tJiobi Circuit Cqurt District. M. southern system was such an advai tageous-onFrankfort Ky., Oct. 31. Judge W. that Mr. Knott co L. Brown, of London, has filed with refuse it. Mr. Knott's hcadauarte Gov. Bradley a statement denying tha will be in the south, probably, at A right of Circuit Judge U. C. Eversolo of. the presidents lanta. l r Mow Vntr f."' to preside in thT! Clay county circuit A Y h . court district. Ho btses his claim on Mr. linott returned o the elty.'Sm a decision rendered by the court of uay irum Cincinnati. vvnen seen appeals in the Owsley county a reporter he said that he did riofc case last week. Judge Brown to talk about his future plans. !; e'aims that under the decision his own not see," said he, "that thtfn! Merm sh.ouJkhave been till 1890. Judge tho rail ro id with which I &s t4lversolc;vli5st ft was announced, would connecteu or tue nature tOwManchester tq take up the trial are matters of any'interest. I IV ..the ioiraisis jionuay, is waning to assume the new work until the'VJ Louisville, Kj-.-, Oct. 81. Stuari Knott, whose resignation as ,1?t' president of tho Louisville & Nasi railroad, has been acceptedtyfc;l board of directors, 'fVto become Hi vice president of tho HI ant svstt south's largest railway systefas to have chargo of traffic trani tion and general operations ai virtually bo the head of the bi Capital $100,000. STANFORD, KY., ns DIRECTORS. - 11 -- Clay-Count- & H. Shanks, President. J. B. Owsley, Cashier. W. Bright, Asst. Cashier. 'Ihe-oflic- e . WILLIS GRIFFIN, Fru .. Lin.. u&ieMer jAjm -- Tim tP ot'-m- i and" - K. :Tht inent and.the, force- 10th" h&.bWdduffik'lfiafcri White's plan mounUlnrbaiMry. y. t ;3-f!.--T- vee r.resuient no ). i,--- IpYer bUbi w. llf r. wdrrantianydfi- .. thatjs alitileTioiS hi', tf rvicw with Gov.'JralPV,1 byBrown.. T Funeral Director. - 't iiSii-.J- , - MX. VERNON, KY. ...( KsepBComns, Caskts, Robei, Ltnon Bosoms, C lio xt i I r' B9e33S ntatement ; v of Jlr. ilobart's illness. arra Easy- - Terms.- Aionaay morning. ,ller'nttla Het said, howt, r . ad Sold Ijj the Matte; Cumin ' loner to Kaatern Partle. got cold ridin'g- In an open buggy ever, that tlie report that Mr. Hobart's got out to run behind. lie is sup-eOrters-bujoicfjrapmind was in any way affected by tho or Telephone Promptlu Attended to Dau or Woftt LKXI.VOTO.V, Ky., Oct 28. Mastd to have frightened the horse. illness was untrue. This statement commissioner George C. Webb left 0l41r. Ligh tfoot jumped out nnd alight- was also made by members of tho family and by Herbert Tuttle, tho vlco Thursday afternoon for Xcw'Voik toyed bn her teet. but I;n a?aln. break. close a deal by which the properties of ing her neck. She leaves a husband president's secretary. s. tne Licking Valley Railway Co. and and several children. life-lorA. A. Wilson, Mr. Hobart's the sterling friend and law partner, said he did ownership. Lumber Co. are to change Four More Feiull.ti Indicted. Tho Licking Valley rail not think Mr. Hobart would die MonManchester Ky.. Oct 29.Four adroad extends from Salt Lick 10 miles day night, but that he feared the vice ditional indictments wero made at president had not long to live. He re into the 13,000 acres of timber land Manchester Friday in the case of tho yitw owned by tho Sterling Lumber Co.,' fused to enter into details relative to along the Licking river in the direc- Phllpots against tho Griffin feudists. tho malady from which tho patient tion of West Liberty. All of this They are Green Griflln, Sam Brown, suffered, but his idea was that it was Charles Barnctt and Dan Hampton. necessarily fatal, although not irffruc-diate- property has been Incumbered by debt, This 1 the Place atand was sold a day or two ago under notices eight in all, with probacompelled to change. Tho Boer so. to Bar suits to close liens held by Lord & bility of more. No outbreak has octack had been silenced for a time and Washington, Oct. 31. The news that Dudley, of Portland, Me. H. A. Fisk, curred as ye. Circuit Judge Eversole Dy our Infantry advanced, covered vice uooart naa su lie red a of Prqvidence, R. I., became Drugs, Medicines,: cavalry. Tho enemy now began to severerresiaeniand might tho pur- is expeoted'nt Manchester Monday with relapse not be able chaser at 800,000, develop a heavy counter attack, and to survive which is considered two companies of state troops. CJewelry, the latest attack shocked about $35,000 less as they wero in great numerical Washington, whero he Is than the property is No Kequent for Troop i. igars and Tobaccos, decidedly worth. FUk's company will erect sawsuperiority, (Jan. White gavo orders popular and highly FitANKFOivr, Ky.,Oft.20. Judge W. L. respected. It had mills Paints and Oils. on the land and get the timber Brown, of Laurel county, who for tho iufantry to bo gradually with- been known for some time was that a sud Into the market. drawn. The movemcut- - was carried den . Call when Id hero Friday conferring with Gov. C. G. DAVIS & CO., attack might completely prostrate Town. out with great steadiness and delibera- him at any moment, Bradley in regard to the situation in and it was realDllnes Ordered Sold. tion, under cover of our guns, which ized Mt. Vernon, Ky. that his days of activity were MiDDi.ESiiono, Ky., Oct. 31. Receiver Clay count', denied that any request made excellent practice. Some shells over, but nevertheless his friends here P. E. Kemp, of he Excelsior Coal Co., had been made for troops to attend the wero throjvn into tho town from the were not prepared for Monday's ad was discharged Monday and the court Uindwell and Griflln trials. at a range of over vices. enemy's m ordered the master commissioner to Father nnd Son Uo to l'rlson. 0,000 yards, but no damage was done. Paterson. N. J., Oct. 31 Dr. New- sell the property at once. This will lUnnwKM Ky., Oct. 31. The trial The engagement lasted several hours ton left Vice President Hobart's house cause tho closing- - down of the mines of Tom Cltirk and son George, who nnd resulted on our side In casualties at 3:10 Tuesday morning and went to and the throwing out of empl syment killed a man named Furlong neat estimated at from 00 to 100. Boei his own home, half a block away. Ho 00 men. here, was ended Saturday. Clark losses must have largely exceeded this was very reticent as to tho condition and son wcro sentenced to the pentotal. Tho attack was admirably de- of the vlco president, Mljr Land Deal. but said the palivered by our right and the Boers MiDDLEsnono, Ky., Oct 20. .tlcssrs. itentiary for a term of two years. tient was still sleeping and that there were fairly driven out of their strong- had been no change Charles II. Baker and Henry U. Cole" Ln Fnrondale Dead. in his condition. holds near Lombard's kopje. It was man, of Trenton, N. J., havo bought Lexington. Ky., Oct. 31. T. G. Clay, not possible, howevor, to push tho 5,000 acres of mineral and timber lands Balgowan stud, has lost by death ADM. DEWEY TO MARRY. the success much further, as beyond that on Stoney creek, I'cnn. A new iron maro La Farondale, by point lay a long, broken ridge, afford- lie Announce to Intimate Friends nit En blast furnace will bo erected at onco Baden Baden Gold Vase. She was the ing every kind of natural cover. Of Casement to Aire. Haz.n, ot Washingat the mouth of Stoney creek. dam of veveral winners. ton Date of Wadding Not Bet this tho enemy took the fullest advanWns 1IU Otvn Lawen Yonngeit Murium limine. tage. "( WAsniNOTON, Oct. 31. Adm. Dewey Vkhsaii.i.es, Ky., Oct. 31. The jury J, W. Haydon, W. P. Walton, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmoro, J. Winchester, Ky., Oct. 28. Mary Hookw) Our shells failed to dislodgo tho to some of his more inti- Hampton, who was sent from here in the Graves murder case was disP. Rold, T. P. Hill, H Bausrhman, W. A. Tribble, S T. Harris Boers, and as our infantry moved for- announced mate friends Monday night the fact of Thursday, is probably the youngest charged, failing to agreo after being and M. J. Miller. ward in extended ordor, they camo his engagement to Mrs. W, B. Hazen, patient ever sent to tho lunatie asylum out 24 hours. Eleven were for conv c- sinder a heavy and woll directed riflo of this city. Mrs. Hazen is the widow In this state. She is only nine years tion and a short term in the peniten Wo Hollcit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining countlA flic, the effect of which Was soon assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to of GSh. Hazeu, formerly chlof signal old, but was adjudged a lunatic after a tiary, and ono for acquittal. James C. Gen. White, who was with iw. Personal application and correspondence, with a view to ofllcer of tho army, who died about ten regular trial. is a well known horseman, and Graves business relations, respectfully invited. the center, seeing that the troops on years ago, R. and is a the right wero somewhat pressed, sent McLean, democratic sister of Johngov- Pott Oftlce and Eleven Ilnlldlngs I'urnrd. killed his neighbor, Charles' Cassidy, candidate for also a horseman, in May, lb'JS. Graves J. S. docker, Pros., McRoberts, Cashier, Jno. to their asslstanco tho whole center Cyktmana, Ky.r Oct. 28. The post ernor of Ohio. claimed declined to have column, with tho exce ptlon of the A. A. McKinnoy, Ass'fc Cashier. ofllco and 11 other buildings at Kelat, Mrs. Haicn has no children, and a lawyer, and conducted his own case. Povonshlro regiment. since her husband's death has made this county, wero totally destroyed by Tho battle had then lasted four Another Alurder Krporieil. her home with her mother. She is a flro Thursday morning about 3 o'clock. Maj.ciik.8imi, Ky., Oct. 31. Another hours, (luring which tho artillery fire woman of large means, about 40 years Origin of tho fire unknown, but supon botli sld.-- had been almost incesLosses murder is reported in this county of age and popular in the best social posed to be work of firebugs. sant. Tho naval bigade, which landed circles of Washington. havo not been estimated, but will growing out of the l'hiipot-Grifllut Durban, had arrivod on the Fceno Mark Hall, a renter, living on Adm. Dewey, "at the theater Monday reach several thousand dollars, as cud. toward tho end of tho fight nnd imme- night, informed Secretary Long of his most of the buildings wcro business Geo. l'hilpot's farm, was shot nnd killed. Hall did not belong to the feud, diately brought their heavy 'guns Into engagement to Mrs. Hazcn. It is houses and residences. and it is belioved he was mistaken for play. Their 'practice was magnifi- understood that the wedding will take Kaatla A Laraboe' Strlnjr. S ono of tho Everything In cent. At tho fourth shot tho enemy's place some time in November. Lkxinoton, Ky., Oct. 29. Eastin & 'caped from Phllpots. Green Griflln esbeen knocked out of jail Sunday night. Larabee horses orrlved hore from Twenty .1 ire Year at Hard Labor. action. New York Friday night. They rtro J'nraljrzrd In a l)ep it Tho town is now freed from appre Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 31. Herman quartered in G. D. Wilson's stablo and r RUSSBI.LVIM.E, Ky., Oct. 31. While henslon of bombardment. Through- Muller, who killed Policeman John ivere taken to out the engagement the Boars held Kossow a month ago, was Monday Avon Saturday. Eastin's farm near standing on the depot platform MonIncluded in the string day morning, Ben SHtle, a jeweler, their ground with courage nnd tenacity night found guilty of murder in tho d was stricken with paralysis. He, may ire Ben Holladay. Kinley Mnck, and, considering the intensity of our second degree and was sentenced by of Dare and Iligh Order. Ben recover,. Ue wai waiting to mcffrhW artillery fire, they must hav suffered Judge Wallber to 35 years In stato wll beretled to the stud. wife eCTerol' prispn at hard labor PEST QOODS AT MVING PIECES. operations was, as the movement de-- . velopcd, the force constituting our center, which was disposed under cover of a kopje about thrco miles from the .town, should throw Itself upon tho enemy, whtlo tho left Hank was being held by the Fusiliers and the Glouces-tcrThe sthenic was well devised, but failed in execution owing to tho fnct that tho lloer position which formed our objective was evacuated. Our nrtillor' quickly reduced tho volumo of tho enemy's fire, but tho attack delivered on our right flank was tho principal ono and tho column was night Gen. CskU :,':TMS - i 1 d Hi GREEN FRONT DRUG STORE Patent Stationery, ly FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. capital stock, $100,000. surplus, $17,320, DIRECTORS: a a t. iclf-dcfens- c, J. s GO TO n JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY., For "i Mc-Leo- Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, General Merchandise. IIol-lad- W y iyjiiuuiamijjijMHj.jUMi 1 IMH TIIMIIWIIH Ml ..elK2t ed by his two bosom frinds: C. C. Rrrwllm' , Virkoc!wl oil tl..if 1........1 , "What good reason can tnero t& wiu..v, ,i mak Miun "it was said this lav was without 1 mV'Krl'lP:vSv'' McChord and Uray Woodson of be- anything of him admit that. No precedent, but In Ohio tho Republican why tho Bairn schb'ol books, manufac- " same corpora-Us Kcnlliii)vlsloii9 mid Workings Aro tured and party has for ycarB had In operation a lion, shouldsold by tho ing for Goebcl until.he was nomi- one can doubt his ability, because in Kentucky coat 43 per ,11'klly Kxplnincd. law which vests in ono man, tho secre- cent, or nearly moro than I' KIU.vV, Nov. 3, 1899. tary of state, the power to appoint they cost in nated; he stands convicted by his for many years lie was the law ThiSWslatute wan rendered neces adjoining siato of Insary byftl frauds by which the voto county election commissioners for all diana? Such the the fact, holely berauso is protege, Frank Peake and his partner of Hon. John G. Carlisle, of KdnM.. was in 189G taken from counties in tho state save thoso conthe law permits It. und because tho Published every Friday by Bryan anil i.lvea to McKlnley. By taining tho large Republican cities, represctatlveB of tho Republican parfriend, Dr. Gillispic, that he would and was even employed by what mean were theso frauds In tho und In those excepted counties, which ty In the last general assembly diJ tbo AMES MARET. usually go Republican oven when take the sump in October tf his olectloril John Young Brown to rep- doHberaFeTandS86 committed? By the state goes Democratic, the power to tho bidding of tho lobbyists of th'c book apsystematic violation of wile not better. These are suffi resent this Stale before Supreme the mostimportant provision of tlie point tho election commissioners Is trust. If there hi- auythlnR that ought to be made as nearly frco us air aa tho In tho mayors. The Republican designed to SUBSCRIPTION ONIt YKAN $1.00 cient reasons to convince you that Court of the United States. Judge secret baet election lav, piovlsion vested of Ohio, of course, continues to law can make it. it Is the opportunity preventlff.itdB, rsmely, that inter every you should' not vote for hint. Morrow says that he is ,.1,. man of which dtl ted that at each voting dercunce tho 'Infamous' Kentucky of get an child In tho commonwealth-tv education precinqrJii iaro Bha.l be a division of election lav. "Tho Democracy of Kentucky afAdvertising rales made known on Brown doesn't expect to be elected; honor, truth and ability. 1111887 the elect" n ofJcei3 among the polit"In Virginia, the homo of Jeffernow as It w firms of tho Democratic par- when that It Is us trimIt into tho Decneither does the L. & N. railroad his people elected him to the 'State ical parti; i contesting In the election. son, the father assembly Jefferson wroti; application at every ses- laration of Independence, thut 'governThere ntl ir was u secret ballot elec- ty, the geneial look for it. Taylor came up from Senate, where he has been ever tion lawi nacted anywhere that did sion, by joint resolution, appoints a ments derive theli Just powers from commissioners three a penniless youth and stands very since, enjoying the honor longer not contf n that safeguard against board of county election commonwealth, tho consent of tho governed,' and that provision f.o In tho every liy I: that fraud. for DEMOCRATIC TICKET. by other provisions vho in turn appoint the registration this applies to all peoples overywhero. well himself, but he is opposed to than any man ever ser.t from nation (should They affirm of the laj it Is directed that Immedi- und election officers. Mahonelsm has no more havethut this colonial policy ' 1 a British having cheaper school-book- s wheu that'district.As a member of the ately upil the closing of the polls tho given tho people of Virginia a proper have a British financial ballots'sfcll be counted, and immedi- Lppreclatlon of thp Importance of this than it shouldwhat would have been fifteen other States have them and Constitutional; Convention For Governor, he ately of the counting tul'Ject, nnd they have therefore placed policy; that Cuba Is WILLIAM GOEBEI,. of Kenton. surh a law as we want passed. The proved himself of great service to the balllfi snail bo destroyed, and then it upon tho same plane with tho high- 'criminal aggression" inPhilippines,'criin-na- l aggression' in the and o For Ij'untennnt Governor. the votcYflfe prohibited from testifying est function of government the therefore they denounce tho policy law has proved the4 poor man's the State, aud inseringthat Section In any 4rJteedlng. civil or 'criminal, J. C. W. JJE0KI1AM, of Nelson of tho sovereign legislative power. the present national Administration of in friend in those States why not in our organic law that compels how he vffed. It Is obvious that under For Attorney General "In Tennessee, the homo of Jackson, these islands. Tho only redeeming such a astem, If election officers act than whom there" tvas no greater Dem-onoivr .i.inuKL'KiNiunni;, of iioyie features of the Republican policy uf here? Gen Taylor and his party corporations to pay land at, nor truer man, the governor an- imperialism are the bravery and hero-Isholders a corruptli they can with Impunity For Auditor, make 'til three election Apare in favor ot trusts oppressing the reasonable compensation i .money they Qhifcseresult of an electionto what nually appoints' each county, who in of the American soldier. GUS G, COULTKIS, nf Graves how without reference (. for., the vote! weie cast. The ballots being turn appoint thd election officers. Tho plause. Republican party In this campeople because they had a chance before taking their land ForTrcnsurer The io public destroytj,, and tho voter prohibited have had longer H. G. HAGKR. of IJoyil to vote in the last session of the use. He'.is also the father of that from testifying how ho voted. It Is lm people of Tennessee Republican a frauds paign appeals to tho people for oxnerlenco with upon the record of tho present For Secretary of Stnte prove ballot system than havo General Assembly for an anti- Section which gives the right to posslbjeho rtlvtrtpcl the fraud. When tho u'utler (l secret tr Tho ,. .. nmncS'.lmA u .i p.IJ. HIM,, of Clark '. nmnnir flip nnllflonl lll0 people 01 ivuuiucitjr, uuu uiui ;a' Republican state administration. Into state administration camo trust law but each and every one an administrator, heir or devisee partlesU tho representatives of each porience has taughf, them what is nee. presentupon the claim that its DemoFor Supt. of Public Instruction power see to it ana u they aro party II. V. McClWSNKY. of Livingston prevent tnose irauus. voted against it when cratic predecessors had unnecessarily it was to recover damage for loss of life honest cin will seo to It liey that no csEary to For Comiulwloner of Agriculture Increased the public debt, raised tho Phase of the Opposition. in tho ballots Is brought up for passage, He is of a single man killed through the false ccfntrefuso to join in made, and puboftaxatlonand ; I. 11. NAM,, ofJJefierson they certifying "I have confidence not only In tho ratefunds. 'Let us misapplied the look tho books,' lic wisdom, but in the Integrity of John r,nid they in the campaignatof 1895. 'and For RnilloAd CommS'sloner Third district opposed to the McCord Railroad negligence of railroads. Every act any o'tjir than the honest result. compeers of "Fr the time that A V HAMILTON, of .Montgomery Bill to prevent unjust charges. of hispublic life has shown him electli JS law was oflercdtho bill for the W. Daniel aud Harris, ucnton Virginia,- we will show these things.' For nearly aic.mhin the senate, and Isham G He indorses nothing; he favors to bejtheathrc friendjof the masses. overyjame 1 nave publicly said any-- lin. Robert L.. layi or, William B. Bato four years Kentucky has had Repub1 nave Democrats of Tennessee. lican rule; the Republicans havo had tnine this nor the books, but there has not nothing deffinitely, therefore, we The railroad companies are fight fact. aiout tnis law 01 1S9Gstated ciec- - , anil ottier IS the election rhelr brand of Dcmocrncy Is good la there now, even a pretense been, durthe GoKBUL. that tlon oflrria of tho city of LouisvlIIo enough for me, even If ft does not suit ing Democratic administrations a sincouldn't vote for him. ing him as it never fought auy were ad appointed that at over 40 pre- - tho tastes or r.ir. ncnry wauerson Tbtf was misappropriated. Every important tneasute that other man. It is determined, if cinctsfaere was not a single election and Colonel W. C. P. Breckinridge, gle cent Republican administration, Wb believe it will. offlcefiior Bryan. This statement has and I believe that theso Tennesseeans present to the peopio for supdirectly erlects the people ere set possible, to elect Gen. Tayloi , but neverjueen questionea uy any one. and Virginians navo ai least as raucn when appealing port 1895, promised, if elected, Godfrey Hunter. out in the Demociatic platform and the people say. Nayl Nay Pau Under. Sheso circumstances ina majority, honesty as W. other Republican W. S. reduceInthe expenses of government. to Stand by the people. It party of 13,QSo was. turned out Jefferson Taylor and has increased them. It promised to Applause. Senator Goebel stands ill mly upon hue! Because it is not'best to let countyfor McKlnley. It would have leaders of Kentucky. beenftfi!te as easy to havo made the "The character of the opposition to reduce tho rate of taxation,to but hat Rockcastle Democrats do yc each and every plunk of that plat- great railroad corporation promised reduce Increased control majority 23,000, and there can bo no this law is the best evidence of Its the public It. It but has Increased it. duty. form. It is peculiarly his own. the Legislature of our State. Sena doubt hat if the Democratic majority necessity and wisdom. Every corrupt It promised debt, to raise the per capita anana wecona congressional In tho common The laborer can find relief therein; tor Goebel is determined to see in thouirst not been underestimated and malign lnfluenco concerns itseir nual allowance for school children, but districts had wealth or out ot it tunt Down with the trusts and monhas decreased It, Never In tho history by tho Republican party elections the railroad employe can gather that the couutryf merchant is tieat-e- d their ijllles in that contest loaders and with our .!.( fmi. opposed thoIf enact of tbo commonwealth were there such . r... ilnnnii nr.fi:. M., r9 tho McKln opolies. ley in Louisville and much consolation from the Double-heade- i tho blh scandals in the management of tho demands It right in his rates; to see that the son majoritywould havo been Jeffer nnd tho law was repeal. When railroad prisons nnd insane asylums as under county pending the much for RepubBill which prevents rail shipper of our cattle, hogs and prolarger than it was. Wo havo the au- lobby, tho book trust lobby and every Republican raanacement. Theby legis.'i reduction on school I VoTB-foplatform complains that thority of Hon. John S. Rhea roads from putting the wotk of two duce are not robbed by freight; fact. Several week 3 before tho for this cthor corrupt intlurnco at Frankfort lican enacted at the last session of books. election used every possible means to defeat it. lation was deprived the general assembly crews of men upon one. The that dealers in lumber, staves, of 1896 it became known that tho Re- Every iniluenco nnd agency that fought of tho control of theit penitentiaries. Monroe the isye ana ueipeu to wardens and other of- Let old Rockcastle send in a houest voter can know that under stoue and coal are not forced, out publicanbadcounty judge, of the law steal Democracy in.vote opposed Democratic grossly violated county en Kentucky's ponltcntinrica fielals requiring a the good Democratic report. the election law his vote will be of busiuess by extortion. The L. officers. Mr. division ofbrotherelection nctment of this law, and is against It when in charge of the administration the Republican Rhea's and a now. power had been appointed counted as hcast it. The ship- & N. friend' went to Tompkinsville, tho "The best test of any law is Its prac- came into The for seat of Monroo Votr Democratic ticket and by per of coal, wheat, timber aud their may howl aud contribute county tho attention of county, and tical operation. In November of Inst licanterms flsed by law. turned Repubthese administration the county year wo hud nn election under this thousands; the Insurance called to doing so get cheaper school books. stone will know that he can get a Democrats out long before the expirajudge this violation of is conceded that Company's mayjorganize to defeat dsmarded a division of thothe law, and law. asItfairly conducted as that election tion of their terms. The Republican election any election management Increased tbo coot of tha was reasonable rate audithe merchents Tho county Judge the Democratic Lft us us get school books as numerous freight bills w'll be less- ' him; the banks may say '"away agre&I to comply with the promptly over heldforInseat3 commonwealth. Two penitentiaries. The new law hasmandemand, In congress grew out not with him;" the hired and venal and Jojd tho Democrats to select their contests election, both contests being agement under the cheap as Indiana and other progof that decreased and tho list Officers, ened. The !poor, hard working newspapers may abuse and slauder Judjjftijjpolnted which they did, evening made by tho Republican candidates, only operating the cost of maintaining the penitentiaries, but and ressive rates. them. On the but parent will know that he can buy him; and corporationsjmay exclaim , befSftkiSlectlon this county judge claiminofneither case was bythere any has made them wrong under or reason of :!!a!8ftpolntment3 thus made, this law. Judge Jones, tho Republican ItopubllraiiB Arraigned. Monday's Louisville Times has his school books 40 per tent cheap- down him!ij.Bradley and Morrow T.BWra bohad "By tho vote of the entire Republic candidate for judge of the court of ap- t the next day seals last year, made of the to this both the picture of Louis Landratn of er. For these reasons we are for may stiflle theirconscieuce and' l&ffTCEtoiliLMtftP1 nut law tho baels of his ormosUlanHe was an membership of at Its houses session general assembly last Witophbiicari "mSFity tho defeated... Neither ho canvass. ili&rdkuncaAt'erk. iRecordraud... an an J SenatpciGoebel because that.is, the pleed with, "the; dear people'. nor any one else there was prevented tho passage of a r-r ?' toBMiCTtflFK'Bgttendcd.that wrong of any lawreduclng to d Just charge ho . ?wer trom uim to the query.How business or school tihtTWSruo dfcflnlKe vnowi- - acumpietoAansvrSr 0 CVcry objection 'prices trust, and books now fixed by the VJIiu by a like1 vote" ot'tha he came to beau Editoi." Itis ticket; it is the contractors' ticket; ma;hoop upgthe; boys book the as to Vh'ot'WCS the rThnt has lipfln S.nrln in Milr, low Republicans of the general assembly it is the businessman's ticket, yea, trenches on the "slowing arotmd p.icun ijmjoruy in uio taereniu rich. "Governor Bradley In his mcsnse there was prevented the enactment of ntmnlMUstrlct for a week nftor to tho general assembly that enacted u proper anu umkuuvu uuii-- uai !.... il .W...I it is the peoples ticket. iuw. the circle,"tbut mark what we say: th3 ition. Tho reuorts as to what this law "Nearly every bill passed by the genUorlty wa3 were changed every of a new recommended totho enactment eral nssembly that would havo given Instead of the L. & N. taking tha n election law the honest, unpurchasable voters pievent 5 Republican frauds. bill oppressive Goebel on an excursion up Salt Shnator Wm. Gobbbi, was born of Kentucky will march to the polls day ifcd the change. It majority grew did not meet The Viewsfor thehonew law people reliefbyfrom Republican burdens will jyery is reasonably uis goverand vetcrd was vetoed tho that if the xeturns or tiis river to the meshes of defeat, he in Pennsylvania 42 years ago and uext,,luesday aud electWilliam cert; it, but even he has declared that tbe norchief among which was the Mc prvt3 of new law is better than tho old law, to tlon from the other will, like,the old hero of Manila, with Jiis parents, came to Coving- Goebel, governor of this .'great the tato had not yet rsnehed Prank- - whlch tho Republican platform do- - Cord Ulll to prevent extortion uuu dls- crimination in freight rates by railfort the returns from tho Eleventh mands a return. knee-pan' road corporations, and both upon its bare- State. ride a battle 'ship with the sails ton when quite a , congressional district would still be man the queskissing,every breeze to a glorious footed boy, where he has ever heldfback. In 1890, In the Eleventh doubts that 'ntopnea, this lav Judge original passage and upon veto everybut for inn of nnsslnir It over the corgresslonal district tho requirement Hobson would not now bo Judge since lived, and where he has of the Renubllcan voto was cast against and much deserved victory. A. H. Thurness; Mgr. Wills of the' law that the election officers court of appeals. No bill vas entirely In the risen to be a leading and trusted Creek Coal Co., Buffalo, Ohio, should be divided among the political man doubts that but for this bill. of This masses of the people ef the interest writes: I have been affected with pane3 contesting in tho election was this law without referonco to how tho commonwealth. TiiE.partisan papers are now lawyer. This boy's father was a wholly dissegarded. The reccnls of the votes mny be cast the results of "The covernor vetoed the the elections this year and striving to elect tlieir men by abus- poor railroad laborer, and William Kidney and Bladder trouble for the Bell county couit show this given fact concerning the e.ectlon would havo been determined next year years, passing gravel or stones, now In the same bill." which would have for of 1S96. One of tho precinct e.cction ing the the other side, A man who began life by selling newspapers accompanied by right of compensation excruciating pains. officers appointed by the county judgo favor of tho Republican jarty. to. or death of, railway employes "Their is demphool enough to be influ- on the stieets of that city for a liv- Other medicines only gave tempor- of Hell county for ono of tho precincts opponents real objection to this law Its by reason of negligence that the law do not state; that objection of the town of Mldrllcs'ooro woa Hon. gives to strangers. This bill, if apHe startea without the aid ary relief. After taking Foley's Daniel G. Colsou, enced by such rot ought not to be ing. this low insures then the Republican is that This law take&.the hone3t elecproved, would have Riven a large clnss entitled to a vote. (Louis Land-ram'- ot fortune, without the aid of rich Kidney Cure, the result was sur member of congress for that district tions. out of the voto vote of Kentucky market which of employes who dally hazard their for and powerful friends, and totally prising. A few doses started the and a candidate any wonder that In that Hanna established in Kentucky in lives, for an Inconsiderable compensaRecord. election. Ts a ma- 1896. In a public service, tho same right brick dust, little it destroys Inalienwithout faintly prestige. But re- and now I have.nofine stones etc , jority, of 10.000 was turned out for Mc- able right of the tho assumed party to tion. the law gives the traveler upon that Republican pain across my Klnley in that district? The wonder steal G. G. Gilbert's speech alizing that every boy Hon. the highway. The gross discriminaelections. It Is the barricado builds Kidneys and feel like a new man. Is thatthe majority was cot 2G.O0O. wnich the Democracy of Kentucky tion that this bill would hnve ellmin-e'fhere last Saturday was chock full his own fame and fortune, ,? Anesnedy. havo erected to repel the Invasions of from our law was removed from with Foley's Kidney Cures has done of common sense aud replete with the Promeathean spark "la only one way could Indefinite Hannaism, and it will prove effective the law of England 20 years ego by a burning me $1000 worth ofjgood. repetition of these frauds be prevent10 proveni a repetition of the theft of bill offered by Mr. Gladstone. truths bearing on the bestiuterests within; with an honest desire to C. (J. Davis Co., Mt. Vernon; ed. .That way was by cha'aglng the 1890. Applause. "Tho governor even vetoed tho bill Dr, Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros appointing power so. ns to render It of the' people. A cowded house leave behind him the '?le J?enicnitlc. platform indorses requiringas railway companies to carry record of an Livingston. certain that at every votlnp: precinct and the Rcpub'.ican platform condemus bicycles baggage. greeted him and gave undivided at- honorable life and to In the commonwealth the Democratic tho bill ofre ed by Senator McChord write his party would be represented by two and passed at the last session of the tention to the speaker whojkept name indelibly upon general assembly, which was vetoed Goebel's ilast speaking in the real 'Democrats, a3 well a3 the the history of by two Republicans; and by the governor. , , For Hoarsness. them well entertained for nearly his adopted State, he began bat- pre&ant campaign, at Music Hall tnisttne new law aces. iAppiausc.4 !'.Ir that bill had. becomo a law tho Geo. A. Pontius, Upper Sandustwo hours. Every Democrat was tling for railroad commission would hare baea ky, the coveted goal of his next Monday night, will be a rous O.. writes: I have been using empowered by it highly gratified' with the speech laudable ambition. maximum He assidious- - ing and fighting close to the gam-es- t for the carrying of freights on rates Fole 's Honey and Tar for sore, railaud much good was accomplished ly labored to gain an committed of political figh fc'any caudidate for offenses provided by by election law, roads in this commonwealth. In order throat aud hoarsness and find it education. to prevent discrimination nnd extortho new ficeruWas by our Congressman's coining amnnd finally went into euerput up in Kentucky. It isn't and consequently there was no law tion. Several years before the general the best remedy I ever tried. It providing punishment ong us. for suci of- nssembly had enacted section 816 of stopped the cough immediately and V. Stephenson's in the cards to beat such intrepid fenses. But In tbo suit to test the John tho Kentucky statutes, which undersoreness. the law the appellate court ad- took to define tho offense of extortion la.v office as an errand boy swept ity coupled with so much ability. C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon, by railway carriers nmi tn imnnon RESPONSIBILITY. judged, as the advocates of tho law penalty for ita commission. In April Di. Clark, Brodhead: Hacan Bros had contended, that the pana'tle3 prohis office, split his kindling wood, Brown, Senator Goe-W- e 1890, the court of appeals vided by the original secret ballot adjudged rtt r built his fire and ran law citations remained In force and were this statute insufficient to support a Livingston, airs. 1 nomas Kiucueman, bel or Gen. Taylor, which? applicable to every wrong done aftc prosecution, becauso tho general asfor him. That wise, able and beMich, writesI always contended and do so now, tho enactment of tho new law. It was sembly had not by A WONDENFUL DISCOVERY with Salt Rhem for over claimed that because the row stat- mum rate for freight lav fixed a maxiloved realized there carrying, nor emthat every person is the absolute ute did not provide for nppeals to tho powered the railroad Not only cures, but it keeps well commission to was both mettle and merit be- thirteen oears, had tried a numbtr courts from decisions of olcsuo-- i conowner of his own ballot, with the ot doctors without relief. ? s0; ,7,? reme(ly this defect tho My test (boards in election contes'- Is sold by an organized company of neath that ragged jacket of young husbend y11 1v58 Pnssel. The bill mado bought a box of Banner unquestionable right to cast it. on William right was Jut tho it tho duty of tho railroad commission business 11:111 nnd has Goebel, and made him his faalve, which I applied two or three cout of appeals decided, as the upon complaint of extortion tn dv election day as he thinks best. law partner. Quickly did his great times and my hands begau to get peal contended, thnt the right ff ap- notico of a hearing, to hear the proof the endorsement of thousands of to the courts remained uiatfrcted uu uum siuea, ana, ji it 13 You should follow the dictates 'of and noted people natural talent grasp legal questions better. In,a short time they were in every, cas in which there was such extortionate rate was being round nn Cleigytnen charged. your best judgment and conscience. rlghbheforo tho new law was enacted. to fix a Ju3t and reasonable rate which hniughotit the country. Wentirely cured. and bravely and learnedly did he speak declares should be the maximum rate there'"JJho Republican platform We have our opinions and are C. C. Davis & Co., represent his clients. When that Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Mt. Vernon; that tho law 'commits .broad power to after to bo charged, and tho char;inc of that wonderful Instrument, Hagan Bros, Irresponsible commissioners not cho- of a greater rate should bo deemed' experfectly willing to give our reasliectropoise, aud ask your careful legal lumiuary. was called upon Livingston. sen by or accountable to the people tortion and punished by fine. ons for those opinions. You need ('tn for he!r acts.' To whom la a county Xiiiniiuitioti in to the cures inm fliit iHiiitifiafntjA nA....n)l Judge in any of the mountain counties not accept them unless those reait has wrought. Col A. st.'Hooij yooics. . having large Republican majorities reNunally is daily moving to the City of Don't forget to vote for Goebel sponsible? And what would such n sons which influence us are suffi- that Chicago, writes Dcmorriiilo i'lutfurm Kavors the Law of Hie New Jerusalem, he made Win. and the straight ticket, Judgfrcare for criticism because ho had cient to satisfy you. If there be n the Reducing tin- l'rlcn, "Nearly three years fjNiierience not, lin appointing election olrlcers, Goebel, whom he knew so well, "The Democratic platform favors, with them among tho old political man that thinks he can best serve Electropoise only confirms parties? Under the old law the action and the Republican platform oppobes, Theo. Wesley guarantees eve r of thocountv ludco in anDolntlns elec the ennctmtnt of a law reducing iue the truth of your claims. his country by voting for Brown, because of his intimate association, I say to tion' of sohcolbooks ujed in the could not bo Cough could officers removed fromreviewed, nor prlceaschools let him satisfy that feeling. We executor of his will without re- bottle of Chamberlain's office nor bo he he of the state. At the lat nryfrhnds that this instrument is shall think none the less of you, quiring any bond or surety. For Remedy nnd will refuud the money in any wise punished for disregarding session there was passed by the house most wonderful invention and I governing the appointment of a but we do think that you are be- twelve years he has handled that to any one who is not satisfied af- the lav officers. There can scarcely bo of representativesMr. bill uponofthis sub- would not part with mine if 1 could ject, offered by election Chlnn Mercer s county. of the cou imagined a moro irresponsible power ' prices This bill fixed a maximum of not get another. guiled and misled by false and large estate and made settlements ter using Send address for thanjCthat conferred by the old law for schoolbooks, on an average, every two years with the court tents. This is the best rem ;dy in upoiitho county Judgo. fraudulent representations. Gov. less than the proces now our book giving letters from people fixed by the book but "lut the now law Brown will never be Governor without a single objection from the the world Jfor lagrippe, cough-- , statelcqmmlssloners to empowers tho that maximum school still 10 tiust, cent who have been cured bv. Electro-poispur was remove froitt widow and daughter To all fair colds, Croup and whooping cotuh ofilceTatiany tlmo any county commis- above the average maximum price again. He has no more chance ELECTROPOISE tO., minded men, that is sufficient proof and is pleasant and safe to take, sioner. so that whenever any county fixed by a similar law that has been man at a log- than a in successful operation in Indiana for viuimua mo tumpiisHiuuui Louisville' ot his honesty. But ttie repu- it prevents anv tendency of a cn',1 ' !? " imraedlato remedy bylaw tnero 10 years. In the'bouse of representa- 513 Fourth Avenue. bringing Vollih' dance. lie stands convict- , i ' ' nuenuon or theBtato tives and In the 'senate every Repub- Ky. . 'toble Republicans, such as Morro w to re,lllt hl pneumonia.' icr:uo lican vote was cast nealnct this bill. J " 'Mfc ! one-half, MtV.ernon Signal Ex-Po- v. - uor-conclusi- exer-cis- ei m nup-po- rt ...-,- ( -- ft' i ! , . , r ! rti iA-m- e- orig-HIH2- 'm . - - - iiet'liliypoorQioiiVBtSwr &,' . 1 u i- -.. cec-tio- eiec-189- C I t, fair-mind- I d, fair-mind- 'fellow-Gervan- ts ry s, d Rcpub-llcanepar- ty to-fl- of Ex-Go- v. elec-tlonM- . - - iarsii-allvillvill- e, - Mc-fih1- rd thcre-fore'th- at dest-oye- d. Dem-OTii- ts I - T 1 Inler-Ocea- n, - . oii co.-j-m- 1 two-third- one-thir- d e. , one-legge- d - J - ' ..- . Mt. Vernon Signal titrd Tl1-- Fred Rader, near Orlando shot himself accidentally Tuesday. - Land, Stock, Cropf The News was presented With a Miss Lela Murphy of is Cincinnati about 50 ol visiting About 100 relatives here. people Jake Gentry was- fined for Mt. Vernon, Ky., Nov. 3, 1899 shooting on the highway one night last week. t tb Ht. Verawj, Kjr., Fot-Ecnail matter e ' Hay. In any quantity. Tip & Harry Bruce, 74 Danville, Ky. Do you, or will you need hay? T '- . Crawfordsville when McClure, Ora night. Our Grocery Department is also complete with nut, ham and Roundtrce soldfHo" the Miss Samantha Albright, the Manchester mills of Manchester, fresh goods. In fact, if you want anything to eat and wea daughier' of Wm. N. H., over 300,000 lbs of fine wool accomplished Albxight, who has been sick for come to us. at 18 and 20 cts. & several months, is able te be out Mr. J T. Curtis sold 32 year- agnin. AikUid Lsdj No. GW meet! ,2rJ Hon- Call Signal office, over telephone ling mules to W. N. Jones, of TenDou't forget the pure Caudy P. A. Pennington, D. D. S.; M. D. . 1 o .e itj II A H. any time election day ornignt or nessee at $58 per head Mr. M. S- - W. Davis. -! n:.. made by .r,i. ..:! any old time; give us the returns C. Coviiigton, of Caleast, sold and DENTST, LOCAL 'and OTHERWISE. news &c "We pay the freight" ,tlieligliest grade at the College, weighed to J. W. Bales, Wednes No. 1. fancy patent flour at S. N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts. day morning sixty-threhead of omThcir general average for the W. Davis' for 55c aud Belle of and Masters A. J. McKiuney LOUISVILLE, KY. jnqpjpi of October are the following: . Cummins, cattle, averaging 1,350 pound3at Asher Cummins, Vote for Goebel. Burdette Houk, Mt. Vernon. A number Will be at. Miller House, Mt of Level 5s 12 per hundred. and Sam McKiuney, If you need a good printing out" Alza Thompson, of these cattle were" ' Vernon during all Circuit Courts. Democratic. Vote fit, suitable for a small country Green, called to sec us Wednesnay. Cly die Cass, Broadhead. and the. bunch is considered a very paper; 7 column Washington hand to vote. Don' forget A postal card without any writ fine one by Mr. Bales. Richmond ' R. "G. WILLIAMS, Steam Laundry first press for less than half what it M. Houk is no better. ing on back addressed to Signal Pantograph. class work. Represented iu Mt. cost, Address S. W. Davis, Attorriey'-'-at-Lay- v " Dou't forget to vote on Tuesday. aud post mark Louisville has been Mt. Vernon, Ky. D. C. Allen sold Price Bros., 18 Vernon by D. S. Purdom, the Bar- received. Write again and say MT. VERNON. KY. tf long yearlings 4c. He shipped bef, Put your "X" under the rooster. something. three loads of cattle, hogs aud W. P. Hayes and Arch Goebel, and Taylor, badges Miss Ida May Ada ms is visiting Read the articles on the election sheep to Cincinnati, the cattle sellof Brodhead, were here for sale bv Lloyd Marct. R L Paint Lick. law and school book law and see if ing at $2 26 to $3 85; hogs at Monday. Price 5 cents each, Call at Mace .Miller has returned to any fair minded man, with child- $3 75 to $4 20; sheep, 3 50 to Attorney-at-LawDr. M, Pennington has, newly bignal office and get one, vote the Repub- $4 50. Mr. Allen has already Mary. ren to educate, can Glen carpeted his office and added a shipped 10,000 cattle, sheep and Vote early and late Tuesday, lican ticket. MT, VERNONttY' EVERYBODY LOOK. hogs to Cincinnati this year. Stan- handsome book case, also a comand keep at it. Gen. Taylor, traveling on spec pressed air apparatus for treating ford Democrat. I am selling the Singer Sewing For Rent; a house of 3 toomson Thomas Moore, of Wabd,. was clal coach, made an hour's stop catarrh of head and all diseases of Machine on easy terms and keep all Newcomb aveuue Mt. Vernon apply here on last Wednesday and spoke here Saturday. It will not be a surprise to any throat. This is the only apparatus kinds ofsewing machine needles oil at Sigual office. 3t e to a fair crowd. who are at all faruilar with the of the kind in the county. He has at the E. B. Brown is home for a few He opposed the election law; the good qualities of Chamberlain's also added quite a lot of instru bands, shnttles, and everything days recreation." that belongs to a sewing machine. G. W. Mcclure. school book law, &c. J. W. BrowJ. Cough Remedy, to know that ments for use in surgery. The Will send needles'by mall td any Jim Hayes .of near Wildie, was McCLURE & BROWN Call and see my magnificent line people everwhere take pleasure iu Doctor,1 by close application and I .also clean and repair all kinds here Seturday last. relating their experience in the use hatafcstudy is making rapid strides of fall and winter samples now ol machines. You cati see me here Frank Kirby was here Tuesday for inspection. Meu's suits made of that splendid medicine anLia-- UA.v front. every Saturday. W. Mt Owen Pf 2! Eft'TK Mtv Vernon, Ky. talking for Goebel. telling of the ben fit chey haWj made to order at $10 and up. Mt Vernon Ky want to ejecuange proV- - Crab ceived -- .from it, of bad c Orchard has three new S. W. Davis. All business entrusted to our care dry goods or groceries, 'houses under construe' 1011. ku,vu! jpi thrfia'tchVa 'Ivl VT'tsTt. J VffJIW J5tray, A stray shote at rnv JHLil r . " , Uisies hats,' callLancUi - Mackerel 5c each in Basement. will receive prompt "attention. & vertq KTiid. m, W7 . , --'Mlirlt" Ewellwas here Tuseday nlnr-pMnrpthnri.' Kv. Will ti'rln-t- - A..In ".v. ..! ' ' um nfcy.'y - , n v a wi Office on Main street . ' v ' til children it , 'It 9 nfcjkMa ''oVa uuisue'sstrip from London. 35 or 40 lbs. Uwner can have agrandfgood medicine, For, saje Suits mae'e to order, a fit guar Tom Stewart the "Lumber king' same by proving aud paying cost. by Theo. Wesley, Mt.v Vernon Ky" P ,VdM " C. C. WILLIAMS, Z. Emerick was takiug up lumber this week. chats. Send you r pro- - anteed, from $7.50 up ' Houk Attorney-at-La- w duV6 A. E. Albright & Co.. No. &son. Front Drug Store for We wish to get the returns from Iihst Court street, Cincinnati 4 medicines. For the best shave or Nit. Vernon Ky. all precincts in the county on night hair-cu- t , to be had within Mormon elders are preach-BSUOffice on 2nd fioor of new Two of election points from where we J.IH. Albright Has a dozen or Rockcastle go to Purdom brick on (Church street. Specia.' "Mngat Raspberry. can be reached by telephone will more farms of his own within a 3 the Mt Vernon barber. attention given to collections. 'took out for a big Democratic please call us up. We 'pay all , mile circuit of Brodhead, which he charges. majoiity in the State. willell or rent. Write him at Brodhead. tf Wanted: Wood, and coal in was iu Mrs. F. Warren and grand child James McGuire aged 98 DR, A- G. LOVELL, exchange for tuition ar Collegiate by their family dog. was bitten It town a few days since. Physician and Surgeon Call on Dr, A. E. Institute. How To Pretbnt a Cold. is supposed the dog was mad as it Mrs. Georgia Rice is visiting reMT VERNON, After exposure, or when you Ewers, Mt. Vernon, Ky. has since died. They were taken latives in West Virginia. feel a cold coming on take a dose Office North tide Main ttreet to a madstone, NOTICE. csr It of Foley's Honey and Tar. James Arnolds $75 mule is dead Later The B?ker madstone at never fails and will prevent pneuNotice is hereby given that the ' Thought to have been shot. Climax, this county, was applied monia or conmsumption if taken iu Pine Hill Mining Company,- - of For Sale. Three houses arid vj. C. V Chas. McKiuney bought the and it adhered for iwo hours to, 0., Davis & rime. lots in Orlando also a good farm on Pine Hill, Put the "X" under the Rooster Mt. Vernon; Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Kirby Bottoms farm for $500. the wound of the elder, but failed Rockcastle county, Ky., is closing Cove branch 135 acres. Good to stick to that of the child, as it if wish to vote the Goebel Demo- Hagan Bros., Livingston. Jesse Bullock went to Cincinati up its business as such company buildings and out houses. Good cratic ticket. is said the skin, where bitten, was Jones Fishand Geo. Griffin, of and any person holding a claim grass land as well as highly pro4T and had an afflicted eye removed. not broken. Wildie, were here Wednesday. against said Company must present ductive lor other crops. Well waMrst D. C. Poynter, now at don't rise your life. to Sig-a- l Many inquires have been madesa same to the Trustee. S.'A. Bowley, tered. At a bargain apply Martinsville, Ind., is improving, Many of your friends, or people What' a Well-Know- n tf.n Railroad formerly S. A. Parrish, at Hot or J. B. Owens, Orlando. to. when the game laws of Kentucky Man and Resident of Lima J. T. Gentry and John D. Miller expire The statutes provde that it whom you know of have contractSprings. Va., for settlement. othconsumption, thinks of Foley's Kidney To Builders. J. W. Marler " brakennn were here fcr a days shall be unlawful to kill or have in ed fatal diseases pneumonia orof " a. by neglect er Pine Hill Mining Co., Cure. & Sons now have their mill on on reht' Foley's By J. A. August, Pres. possesion squrrel between the first simple cold or cough. Ffiave been troubled a great of the best sites in the county and Tottonap- - day of February and 15th day of Honey and Tar, a safe, sure and deal with backache. I was,iuduced Oct. 17th 1899. The name of D. R 4t are fully prepared to cut bills to pleasant cough medicine, would to try Foley's Kidney Cure, and pears on tne oanoi as u. v.. June. Quail, patridges or pheasants have saved them. prder on very short notice. Lumone bottle entirely relieved me. I Call and see my Hue of fancy Tolton." cannot be killed between January 1 C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon; gladly ber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon recommend it to any one groceries and get bargains. The killing of Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros., especially my freinds among the if desired. Give us your t.rders and issue we ex- and November 1. Iu our next weeks' S. W. Davis. y Livingston. train men, who are nsually similarget proinnt atteutiou and the best triumph doves is prohibited between pect to tell of Democracy's ly afflicted. 1 and August 1. Theie. is no at the polls. Geo. Hausen, Engineer on L. ii. upon the killing A big cut in saddles and harness BRODHEAD. restriction placed $42 WORTH OF PRESENTS & W. R. R. R. Brack Graves have of rabbits, but it is generally- - accepat S. W, Davis'. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Davis & Co. Mt. Vernon; For 50c worth of work. We are returned from Birmingham. Fred ted as the proper time after there L. L. Jarretrwas in Mt. Vernon Dr. Clark, Brodhead Hagan I Bios., giving awuy Watches, Bicycles, BY BRITISH SOL-USED Graves is irdprovingj has been frost. There is dauger this week. Livingston. Guns &c, to Sewing Machines. DIERS IN AFRICA of the law against tainted food be introduce our paper., PASTIME W. Yerkes has annouueed his J. Hutchison of Mrs, Marion Joe Coffev, of Langford, was ing invoked should the rabbit be Capt, C. G. Dennison is well high class illustrated family pape: t candidacv for U. S. Senate to sue- London was visiting relatives here hero Saturday last. sold duting warm weather. known all over Africa as comman- of from a 16 to 4 rlr1 .mintnr T.inlcnv 32 large pages: 64 first of the week. der of the forces that captured the to 128 columns of Choice Good fair Crawfordsvflle, Ind.' street Miss Clyde Cass who is attendLion Coffee 10 cents per pound famous rebel Galishe, Under date proved a" big 'success. Everything Chamberlain's Pain Baism Nov . 4, 1897 from Vrybu'rg, Bcchu Stories Literature, Art Humor ing the college at Mt. vernou came at S. VV. Davis'. Gold Dust wash-.- . Letters of Travel in Foreign Lands that A. F, Ramsey undertakes down Saturday to see home folks. Cures Others Why . iiig powder 5c per package. "Before star- &c: &2. Aud all you have to do to analand, he writes proves successful. He was made Not You? v ting on the last campaign I get $42, worth of presents is to get Mr. Newman and family' moved ' - , J, A. Shannon, Crnb Orchard's ex- - president of the affair aud of course My wife has been uiug Chamber a quanity of Chamberlain's 20 subsribers at 10c each. Send marshal caught a negro pushed it to a finish that was to Cincinnati Mcnday. He made Haiti's Pain Balm with good results bought Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reui-eda- 10 in stamps for full patticulars, f horse thief last Saturday, highly satisfactory to his little city, mauy friend during his short stay for a lame shoulder that has pained which I used myself when long list of presents and our paper, thereof call at this place and the people regret her, continually for nine years "X!" under the Demc-- " which the inhabitants V"" - Put yout troubled with bowel complaint, PASTIME for 6inouths Address We have ttied all kinds of medicitown in the state," Last very much to give him up. cratic rooster, if you want to vote "the best aud had given to meu, and in every THE PASTIME Louisville Ky. u nes and doctors without receivieg week the citizens who weJe connecLnm Howell has moved to most beuficial." the regular Democratic ticket. auy benfit from any of them. Ope case it proved gave a ba nquet ted with the Fair property on main St. For sale by Theo. Wesley. day we saw an advertisement of A. H. Bastin has sold his Crab-- ' in Mr. Ramsey's honor and a great Mrs. Wm. Gilpin is very low and lots to n time was enjoyed by all present. thismedicine and thought of tryOrchard stre house Goebel badges, Taylor badges, with comsuraption. complimening it. which we did with the best Fayette county. Mr. Ramsey of Mr Ramsey was highly for sale by Lloyd Maret, Agent Joe Farmer's mother of of satisfaction. She has used only ted by many speakers for his enterSURVEYORJudge W. L. Brown, of London, Horns For Sale. I have prise nrd untiring industry in the South Park Ky. is visiting him one bottle and her shoulder is al- Short . is sueing for the position of Circuit red Short Horn bulls for sale. most well. Adolph Li MlLLETT, two ' ' Judge, now held by Judge Eversole, cause of upbuilding their town and , this week. E. P, Woods, community. Mr. Ramsvy is a' S.Martin and frmily are visit Manchester, N, H. For sale by Also, nn Ageut for tlr r er Stanford, Ky. claiming that the election was ilTheo. Wesley. Rockcastle man. ing relatives in Louisville. Tailors in the vorl? legally held, Tip & Harry Bruce, Danville, Ky., are "the people." Write 'em. Miss Fannie Langford has moved Louiovillk tk Nashville n. rt.Oo. from DeHaren, Mo., to a farm L & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. near Crab Orchard, this State. Day Mail North 11:05 a to Boys' suits made to order for . Day Mail South 1:57 p m 3i75 ai,d UP- - See my line of sam 1:32 am ples, Nitkt Ex. North S. W. Davis. Night Ex. South 1:44 a in N H. Tyree, the blacksmith, has J. A. Landruu, Agent. concluded to remain here untill after the election and is found at his old stand. MASONIC. were Democrats gatherd at pumpkin the past week which the depot to hear Taylor. weighed over 100 lh'sJ, Trimble E. E. Protherce is 011 a business count) rightfully deserves the lion- trip up in Ohio. si .. or for being the banner pumpkin Mrs. John Sigman and little county in the State. Milton News (daughter, Cora are on the sick list. Our Fall and Winter stock of Dry Goods, Boot and J. P. Simmons has bougLt severMrs. E. R. Protheroe, of Grand-bur- Shoes are coming in every day, al crops of new tobacco in the Tex., is visitiug relatives at Baldwin locality, paying from 6 to In our Dry Goods Department rrt have ercrythimg this place. Valley View iVi cents a pound 4'Pomp" Cass mother, of Louis that you need and as cheap can be sold anywhere, Argent. Jr vi(lc, is visiting him this week. Our Boot and Shoe Department is complete with the The greatest sale of wool ever . C Williams and J. W. Brown best and most stylish hoots and shoes made. Whn you nuide iu Indiana was closed at stered at the Hotel Frith, want a good boot or shoe como to us. whom " -' Fair DEALINC jF "A y, Sat-utcl- ay HOUK SON- 1- fli.v. e L.-S- " two-year-ol- 1. '- &-Ij- 1 Al-biig- BROWN, , ff court-hous- ad-res- s. rr,. mKKi'lJHiii Attorney s-aUL- aw, . ro- r ibn,it Bag-save- d. tnL Jr,KW'' " . Sb - '., - 'I vSSsSSic X Fcb-uar- " y, -- Gil-pi- S. N. Davis - Mt. Vernon, Ky. 44 Duly Feed Man and Steed Men IN BRYAN'S STATE. s. mid 'women 'who are nervous are so because their nerves are starved. Wlien CUnrne McKlnley irltli Ilclng Unilcr t thev make their hlnrtd rich .tnrf nnr the Control of Syndlcntesi nnU I 'With Hood's Sarsaparllla their nervous- - i ness disappears because the nerves are J r Corrupt Colonial properly fed. Remember Poller. if you wouia have them strong. Feed your nerves, also, on pure blood Former Governor of Illinois Talks to Nebraskans. violence will be done to the basic principles of free Institutions. I repent. If It were merely a question of expansion we would not see the distinguished men I have named raising their voices In alarm and severing their connection with the party To I.osj AngclcK nml Southern Cali- they had helped to make great. "It In a question of establishing a despotfornia. Every Friday night, at 10:33 p. m., a ic system of government. It Is a question through Tourist Car for Los Angeles and of following in the wake of England and Southern California, leaves the Chicago, acquiring and holding subject colonies whose people shall be governed not accordMilwaukee & St. Paul Ilaiiway Union Station, Chicago, via Omaha, Col- ing to the principles of our constitution nnd orado Springs and Salt Lake City, for al! laws, but In violation of them, nnd whose points in Colorado, Utah, Nevada and Cal- people, Instead of becoming American citizens, are to occupy the relation to us thnt ifornia. In addition to the regular Pullman por- they formerly occupied toward Spain. We ter, each car is accompanied by an intelli- are to go Into the business of robbing other gent, competent nnd courteous "courier," nations of their liberty, and It Is because who will attend to the wants of passengers this must result In the ultimate destruction f our own liberties and tliuovertliroWof ,en route. This is an entirely new feature our own' Institutions Uint the alarm Is of "tourist car service and will bo appreciated by families or by ladies traveling raised. Money-MakiInflucncr. The alone. Particular attention is paid to the "On April 18, 1S93, congress declared war care of children, who usually get weary on a long journey against Spain. It declared that the Island These, tourist cars arc sleeping cars sup- of Cuba was and of right ought to be free plied with all the accessories necessary to and independent, and, among others, make the journey comfortable and pleasant, adopted this renolutlon: 'Fourth. That the and the berth rate (each berth will accom- United States hereby disclaims any dlspo-lltlo- n or Intention to exercise sovereignty. modate two persons) is only fO.OO from Chicago to California. Ask the nearest ticket Jurisdiction or control over said Island exagent for a tourist car folder, or address Geo. cept for the pacification thereof; and asH. Heafford, General Pass, and Ticket serts the determination, when that Is accomplished, to leave the government and Agent, Chicago, III. control of the Island to Its people.' "This was high ground and was In harShe Enjoyed It. mony with the principles of our govern. They had been sitting together for half ment. It commanded the respect of the an hour. world and placed us In a more favorable "I have enjoyed our conversation so and honorable light than any nation had she exclaimed, as she rose to go. ivcr occupied. But a change soon came much!" "It is so restful to talk with you!" ver the spirit of the administration. You And after she had left him he remembered recall that prior to the declaration of war that he hadn't been able to get in ten words the great syndicates and the Influences edgewise throughout the whole conversathat were controlling the administration tion. Somerville Journal. wereopposed to interfering. It was claimed that some of them were Interested In Span, 1800 11i.mk4t;.v u; llu ish bonds and other property rights and Greatly reduced rates via tho C. II. & D. were, therefore, willing to see the Cubans Railroad. TJckoU sold on November 29 slaughtered no long as It did not affect nnd 30, limited to December 1, for return. them and President McKlnley, who was At.V your nearest C, H. & D. agent for full apparently under the control of these Inparticulars regarding' time of trains and fluences, stated that rather than embark his administration In an unholy war he rafes. would have it go down Into history as a "Oh, yes, he hates all women." "I won- failure. Note the words. He was asked to der what particular woman he began wltht" ro to war In the cau3e of liberty, and he talked about an unholy war. Indianapolis Journal. "But the American people forced congress to act, and no sooner did congress adopt the declaration of war than the syndicates, the. politicians nnd other powerful Interests that had opposed It turned nround and apparently took charge of the government and went in with a determination to make as much as possible out of the war In the way of contracts, In the way of olllces ind in the way of advantages of money-makin- g which the Island where tho war was to be carried on might offer, and from that time on the entire tone of the adminishumbled man went away saying to himself: "That's the first time I ever thought ol 'noblesse oblige,' as applying to fox terriers." Cincinnati Enquirer. y Pas-lengng , Id-t- Former Got. John P. Altgeld, of Illinois, opened his speech making tour of Nebraska at lllnlr October 25. An Immense crowd greeted the Illinois orn-to- r, nnd when he nscended the speakToo Late. ers' stand lie received nn ovntlon. His A horseman burst into the prison yard. speech wis punctuated with enthusias"Reprieved!" he shouted, and waved a tic npplnusc. In part, he said: aloft. paper a "We witness In our country ''Too late," replied the warden, sadly. most remarkable political phenomenon. "Is the man hanged already?" The men who helped to bring the repub"No: but he has eaten the hearty break' fast of ham and eggs, eofTee and potatoesl" lican party Into being and who guided thnt Executive clemency was all right in its party In Its great career, and through It helped to shape the destiny of the counplace, but it could not be suffered to interfere with the conventional course of events. try, And themselves now forced to leave EdIt. We see John Sherman, Yes, tho horscman'a steed was undeniably Boutwell, munds. foaming, but even that availed little or nothSchurz ing under the circumstances. Detroit Jour-la- l. Henderson, Carlrepublican and a host of men party great now who made tho vigorously denouncing the executive electthe Jason Crovr, Oacnrvlllc, Gtt., Snysi ed by that party and Is declaring that The threatened. llfo of the republic "I feel it my duty to write and let you conscience of the party Is leaving It nnd know what your medicine, '5 Drops,' has the slimy hand of corrupt greed Is exercisdone for me. I have had rheumatism about ing absolute control. 18 years, but was able to be up most of the "Tho party began Its career ns tho child time, until a year ago last May, when I was of humanity and the champion of liberty. taken down and not able to move about. Tills was when It was guided by Lincoln About six weeks ago I saw your advertise- and his associates. But It seems now to ment and wrote for a sample bottle. After have traveled the semicircle nnd reached taking a few doses, it did me so much good the opposite po'.e, where It Is guided by that I ordered some more for myself and the slimy hand of Mark Hanna and stands friends and in every case it has dono won- - for despotism nnd pelf. When wo see men tiers and given perfect satisfaction. Dr. severing their connections of n lifetime, Woodliff, my family physician, who has had cutting loose from all that they helped to theumatism 15 years, i taking '5 Drops,' and build 'up nnd raising a cry of alarm for is the most efficient rheumatic medsajs-i- t their country we may feel assured that icine he has ever used. May 31, 1899." the republic Is In danger. perfect The above refers to "5 Drops," a Qumtlon of Despotism. cure for rheumatism, kidney and all kin"What, then, is the question which has dred complaints. The proprietors. Swan-soIt ilheumatic Co., 101 lake St., Chicago, created the alarm? not a Is not a question It Is offer to send a 25c. sample bottle for only of expansion. territory to question whether we shall add the republic and 10c. during the next 30 days. He sure to read Increase the population that shall Do subtheir advertisement of last week. ject to the constitution and laws of tho United States; for, however men might differ as to the wisdom of such act, they Thoronglibrcd. would not regard It as destructive of our A New York society dame, who is an ardent upholder of the' Society for the Pre- Institutions. "Personally. I have ho doubt that, movvention of Cruelty to Animals, owns a little fox terrier of which she is exceedingly fond. ing In the llf.e of a natural growth and development, this republic will expand. It A man who called on her the other day wai admiring the dog and asked her mistrcsi will In time extend to the frozen seas of how she, with all her humane theories, could the north. It will In time embrace tho have allowed the cruel dog fancier to cut oil West India Islands, but this development Snap's tail and cars to the fashionable de- will come naturally, will come by congree of brevity. The dame drew herself up stitutional methods and with the consent of tho Inhabitants of the territory thus nnd replied, with some hauteur: "My dear sii Snap expected it. Every icqulred, will become subject to our constithoroughbred fox terrier exnects to have tution and laws nnd tho Inhabitants will his tail and cars shortened. And that become citizens of the United States. No y n CD A Corrupt Colonlnl Pulley. "By successive steps we have followed In the footsteps of England and havo upon a corrupt colonial policy. England maintains a colonial policy In or der to have offices to give to tho sons of ook at yourself! the aristocrats and In order to be able to Is vour face exploit the Industry of others. We nra emcovered with pimples? Your skin barking upon a colonial policy In order to rough and blotchy? It's your liver! furnish places for corrupt and hungry poliAyer's Pills are liver pill3. They ticians and to enable syndicates to exploit cure constipation, biliousness, ana the Industry of the Philippine islnnds. dyspepsia. 25c. All druggists. After having stood upon the declaration of Independence for a century nnd a quarter Want your monstncho or beard a illbeautiful ind held It out to the world ns n guide for brown or rleh black ? Then use all people, we are now stabbing It to death, .'L1 BUCKINGHAM'S DYE turning our backs upon this glorious career "r and are entering Into a scramble with other or Optucanri, o n. P Htl CO. Nashua, N. Mj. j despotic nations of the world on the low and barbarous plane of brute force. "The president has been practicing ft confidence game upon the American people. nKADEUa OK THIS PArBIt Everything points to tho fact that the polHES1UINQ TO BUY ANVTIIINO icy of imperialism and forcible acquisition AnVKBTIHEl) IN ITS COLUMNS of the Philippine Islands was nettled upon SHOULD INSIST UPON HAVtNQ early In the summer of 1808, when the synWHAT THKY ASK FOR, nEFUSINO dicates were camnlng In the white house ALL SUUST1TUTK3 Olt IMITATIONS. and straddling the nation. Early in August, 1S98, Oen. Merrltt, who had Just come from Washington and was In the secret of Dr. William' Indian PUD the administration, took command of the ointment wlllcuro lillnrt. American forces and reversed the policy Illecdlng and Itching 1'llcs. It absorbs the of a friendly attltudo toward the Philiptumors, allays tbe Itch- pines. He refused to recognize Agulnaldo ing nt onoo, acts as a and the Philippine officers, and publicly poultlco.stves instant ro stated that he could tnkn no more notice of ller. I'roparoa ror I'liei and Ilchlngof the prlvata Agulnaldo than If he were a mere boy In part. AturuKKiMaorbj tho street. mail on receipt of prlco. jv uonis aau Cl.OO. Filipinos Arc Snnblied. CLEVELAND, PlllO. YY1L.HAM3 Mm, uo, l1 ropi October, "During CITC"n,n"enl,lr Cured. No tltsornorT-- r Philippine September and who had 1S08, the gone to commissioner I I wonsnossHlicrtlrstdur'sussof lir.Kline'i Great Nerro Itestonir. mi trial bottlo and treatise Paris for that purpose asked to have the free. Dli.lt. II, KI,1NK. Ltd, ,11 ArcHSt.,PhllaPa peace commission consider and respect tho right of the Philippine people, and the Bond for free booklet. Mlloll. The ottl-tuNteveuxbCo.. Washington door were slammed In his fai-D C. EstabhilwilSiH. U anchet f tbe Amcrlcantcommlssloners was Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit. one rf hostility toward him ard, his people. The commissioners framed a treaty upon UIC huyoracll anything for you. Our Mcllltle the theory that Spain was In f ulI"ric)sscsslon fib eitve you money. ItefcrcnceiClii.F.atlDuBo q yMJidms A TtoMuton, iW j'jjt lidd wtylRPl IW uq g$n(rgi or Uu Philippine ana -Q tration was changed. PILES Cicero in his reply to Hnyne, or iel Webster in collaboration wltl laiiRiingc-inurdcrincousin Noahf A Polite Man. The Bystander "What nouncing Catallne, would not have been Iare; you taking off your hat for?" The Alan " l a lady." a foot high by the side of this cloqucnM chieaeo Tribune"''1 m uurai. uniuiiiuu .Liun-- i I cannot speak too highly of Piso'a Cure Combinations of capital are the for Consumption. Mrs. Frank Mobbs, 215 outgrowths of the protective tariff, ac- W. 22d St., New York, Oct. 20, 1891. cording to Mnrk Iiunua. He is the first The silent man may be amine of wisdom, republican of his kind to acknowledge but a talkative fool sometimes explodcs.the is the parent of the mine. Chicago Daily News. that the tnriit Many more progressive and trusts. Check broader minded republicans hae rec- Honoy ofColds and Bronchitis with Halo's Uorchound and Tar. ognized that the trusts gain nn immense Pike's Toolbacho Drops Curo In ono minute. have benefit from the tariff and they Talk is cheap probably because of the declared themselves in favor of abol ishlng tariffs wherever they protect overproduction. Chicago Daily Ncw trusts. But Mr. Ilnnnn Is the only man in the country who has the temerity to THE MARKETS. commit the double folly of defending CINCINNATI, trusts because they are t he creation ol LIVE STOCK Cattle,common. 3 0J Oct.i 31 I & 4 IH) it, b O0 Select butclieib the tariff and of praising protection be. w & to up the trusts. Kan- 110US Coarse and good llgUt.. 7 ii i& 7 00 cause it lias built 4 3 6 hcuvy 4 l.i a am Mixed (.ackers sas City Star. liignt snippers tw & 4 23 3 85 Sfli i As late as May 1, 1898, then SIIliKl' ng Choice LAMIIS-Spri4 90 dO h 0.1 3 4J & 3 75 wasn't a traitor in the United States. FLOUR winter patent 70 Wheat The nation wns in eestnsy over its unity UltAIH 3 ml... No. Sred 0'J 64 No. nnd solid loyalty. The McKinley ad- COHN Ni S mixed SiY, 64 Oats No. i ministration has many merits, yet most Hye No. 3 6IK distinguished of nil is the fact thai HAY Prune to choice SHI S3 CtIO 00 pork l'KO Vl&IONS-M- ess within less thnn two years It has man6 10 J,arJ aged to make more "trnitors" out ol BUTTKK-Cbo- lco U W 10 dairy.... ,.. tiolcj creamery..... 0 SK sincere, conscientious, liberty-lovin- g APPLKS-ClitilI M (3 8 00 co to fancy 3U citizens thnn any other I'OTA'IOISS I'erbr i to nnd J administration in an equal period of CHICAGO. ' 8 1) 3 73 time since this republic wns founded tFLOtJH Winter patent 71 M Wheat No, 8 Hence nrises the imperative necessitj GHA1N 3 Chicago sprlne.red.... Ill 70 No. r& 3.' thnt Mr. McKlnley bhould be indorsed roitN No, No. 2J 2 OA'lK-Springfield (Mass.) Hepublican. 8 11 7 01 lrmlC Mess h 83 LAHU-Stc- am "It is no longer n question of exNEW YORK. pansion with us; we have expanded," FLOUR Winter paten l 3 03 ft 3 83 73H 2 red WHEAT said President McKinley ot Iowa FalLs, CORN No.No. mixed 4)7, 2 In., adding: "If there is any question RYE 01 88 DATS Mixed nt all it is one of contracting, and who PORK New mess 0 03 (id 0 5) is going to contract?" Well, perhaps LARU Western..., 5 63 congress will have (something to ba'y on BALTIMORE. 3 23 filH Hint subject. That body may considei FLOUR Family 2 red.... 6WT4 6V'4 it dangerous to let one man, even the (it f& 71 Southern president, have such unlimited power Corn Mixed 2lm M1H H(l f,n Mn OuSIm nnd the tradition-a- l ' m.i.b No. 2 wt&iern over the constitution M Rvo 5 2.1 4 75 policy of this country ns is implied CATTLE First quality 5 03 4 85 , Western 0 in Mr. MeKinlcy's position on the Phil- fllOUs INDIANAPOLIS. ippine question. Philadelphia Ledger. GRAIN-Wh- oat No. 2 red'.... & G8tf 3J Corn No. 2 mixed & Mr. McKlnley always hns n (a VI Oats No. 2 mixed. weather vnne tip to see which wny the LOUISVILLE. wind is blowing. He does not possess FLOUR Winter patent 3 43 3 53 71 the courage nnd foresight to decide GRAIN Wheat No. 8rcd S3).(''0 33Vi Corn Mixed. great problems on their merits. He is 23U O.iti Mixed jot a leader df men In the fciisc of for rOKIC Mc...l lit 9 0.) 0 25 0 6J mulating ideas for the people to follow LAUD -- Steam or of molding public sentiment. He ii constantly on the lookout to see what is the popular thing to do. He has pursued this course nil through his public life, not so much from his dtsire to serve the people as to promote his own political fortunes. Kansas City Star. ir God-feariURAIN-Whent-No. -- "J hold and being a business man and be Ing In a community whim men have en, gaged themselves In this business and wh1 have devoted all of their lives to, th accomplithmenl of Industry that i credit can be given to them who have to shapo the destiny of this govern and the policies of It In the direction v Will form the best Interests or nndlwhlch has bren duo to ll? X of the republican party." . from Ilnnnn. The Heat Prcrcrlptlnn for Chills This is n great year for the dibcovery of orators in holes and corners where and Fovcr is n bottlo of Giiove's TastklesI they were not previously known to ex- Cniu.To.vic. Itls slmplylroiinndrtuinlnoln utiistclessiorm. No euro -- no pay. Price.SOe ist. We have prnlheil the blossoming A Model. Hay. (Inge and glorified the new mown Miss Antique Is he a nice, quiet parrot? We will now, for our instruction, reproDealer ma'am; duce n gem from the Youngstown ef- unless lie'sOh, yes,tol Puck.he never swears sworn Hanna. He Bald of the fort To Cure n Cold In Una 2ny in Part nnd' in one breath: i:iniui-ni'c right to nell and deliver tnem. Inaludol The Isthmus of Pannma, looking with a friendly and encouraging Its engineers believe that they have folved eye upon a people who were making a llf and death struggle for the liberty of man the problem of the successful completion of Secretary Day wrote to tho United Stuttr this greH enterprise. If so, it will prove a great benefit to humanity, no more, truthfulconsul in China that the McKlnley n would take no other view of ths ly speaking, than has Ilostcttcr's Stomach Filipinos than thnt they wore simply re- Bitters, the remedy which never fails to cure afflictions of the stomach for of what use is bellious subjects of Spain, "Tho war could even now be ended In ii prosperity without health? The Bittcrslnva-rlablstrengthens weak stomachs and torpid hours if we would assure them of ultimate Independence. To still further show thi livers, and is one of the blessings of the age. deep scheme thnt President McKlnley, at A Ntuio Departure. tho dictates of the syndicates, had endeavored to carry out I direct your attenHusband That gown appears to be cut tion to the fact that he had applied to con- considerably lower than your last one. gress when It convened In December, 18S8, Wife Yes; the dressmakers have departfor a standing army of 100.COO men. Not an ed somewhat from the lines of last season's army of volunteers, mark you, but a regu- models. lar nrmy of lOO.OM men. The despotisms ol "I see. A nude departure. PhiladelEurope rely on regular armies, but this phia Kecord. hns always depended upon the volEvery reader of this paper should give unteers. The glory of this republic largely rests upon the achievements of volunteers. special heed to the offers which are appearyet In the face of this record the president ing from week to week by the John M. makes a now departure. Our regular army Smyth Co., the mammoth mall order houso had rarely exceeded 23.000 men. but Presi of Chicago. In this'issue will be found their dent McKlnley In December, 1S9S, after the advertisement of a thoroughly s sewing machine, at the astound-ingl- y war with Spain was over, when there was low price of $14.25. Coming as this ofno enemy threatening our Institutions or assailing our rights anywhere, asked eojif fer and other oilers do from a house with a gress to establish a regular-armof fouti commercial rating of over one million doltimes its former strength. What was this A lars, and of the highest character, they mark an opportunity that the shrewd buyer will for? not tic slow to take advantage ot. tne.ionn Tito Kinds of SiiMUtk. "If there was a definite purpose In view M. Smyth Co., 150 to ICO West Madison why did he Insist upon having a reculnt street, will send their mammoth catalogue. nrmy? My friends, the explanation was intwhich is listed at wholesale prices everyrecently given by Gov. Mml, of Minnesota, thing to cat, wear nnd use, on receipt of when ho stated that the volunteer soldier only 10 cents to partly pay postage or nnd even this 10 cents is allowed on carries a conscience as well as a gun, This kind of a soldier Is not so well gutted foi first purchase amounting to one dollar. reg purposes of despotism ns the The Pncl Problem. ular soldier, who I? supposed to be a mere. "I suppose you had money to burn in tho brutal fighting machine and to havo no conscience. So long ns we adhere to tho Klondike?" "No," answered the man who had been principles of the declaration of Independence Just that long a volunteer nrmy Is the lying by the hour, "we didn't have anything most desirable, but when we wish to de .but chunks of chilly, incombustible gold. part from republican principles of govern We d havo paid a big price for a few scuttle-ful- t of dollar bills." Chicago Chronicle. ment and to enter Into a brutal struggle for the subjugation of weaker people, when we wish to establish despotic principles ot How's Thlsf government, then we need n different kind We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward of soldier. Have you reflected upon the for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured consequences of having a body of men set by Hall's Catarrh Cure. apart from the Test of the community, havP. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. ing false standards of honor and supported We, the undersigned, have known by the government nnd spending their time Cheney for the last 15 years, nnd believeF. J. him largely In gnmbllng, lllrtlni;, scheming, In- perfectly honorable in all business transactriguing nnd dissipating? financially nble to rnrrv nut nnv tions and "The American people were shocked at obligations made by their firm. the revelations of tho recent Dreyfus trial. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, ToYet, my friends, the conditions existing lir ledo, O. France, as disclosed In that Dreyfus trinl, Walding, & are the natural and legitimate outgrowth Druggists, Kinnan O. Marvin, Wholesale Toledo, of militarism. It rests on brutality and Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, force. No set of men who are permitted asting directly upon, the blood and mucous to eat bread that Is earned by the sweat surfaces the system. Price 75c. per botof other men's brows understand free In- tle. Soldofby all Druggists. Testimonials stitutions or are nnfe guardians of liberty It was a man swnggerlng in a glittering free. Hall's Tamily Pills are the best. uniform who recently declared that we had outgrown the constitution. Brushing nslde Anions: the Brcnkers. the constitution with brass buttons and a Long Family troubles, eh? What rock sword Is n performance that the world has become familiar with, and It always sig- did your domestic ship split on? Short It was the absence of "rocks" that nifies the same thing." caused tho split. Chicago Evening News. admin-Istratloy first-clas- MUST WOMEN SUFFER? Mich., Box 748, do suffer! Even healthy women suffer! " But they are not healthy The marks left by pain are on the young faces of many of our daughters. Pain that leaves its mnrk comes from a curablo cause. If that cause is not removed its influence reaches out and overshadows a whole life. The reason Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been so uniformly successful for over a quarter of a century In overcoming the suffering of women, is that it is thorough and goes directly to the cause. It is a woman's remedy for woman s ills. Miss Emily F. Haas, of 148 Freeman St., Greenpoint, Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: "Dear Mrs. Pinkham I wish to state that I used your Vegetable Com pound with the greatest success. I was very sick for nearly a year with d hysteria, was and nervous; also suffered with painful menstruation and pain in back and limbs. I often wished for death, thinking nothing would curo me. I had doctors, but their medicines did me no good. At last, by the advico of a friend, I began to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, nnd I am happy to say it has entirely cured me. Jennie Sherman, of Fremont, ed 1 w mJ down-hearte- ':v: I feel that I must write you and tell you what your medicine has done for me. I had neuralgia "Dear Mrs. Pinkham: writes: jfreM vjHI of the stomach for two years, so bad that I could not do any work. I had two or three doc- tors, but did not seem to get any better. I began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills and improved from the first, had better appetite, and after taking three bottles of Compound and one box of Liver Pills, can say that I am cured. Your Vegetable Compound is a wonderful medicine." wit. YTH ?WEST MADISON STS 'MAILORDER, HOUSE. MAMMOTH1 I m "i; T50,to 16 (T CHICAGO $14.25 l$!425 The Best dewing raacmneon At tho biKh-nrlilsli-grnd- i&&rin Price, 51 4.25 for Our - d Take Laxatlvo Bromo Qulnlno Tablets. druggists refund money If It falls to euro. AH 25c, The Man and the Bore. The Solemn Bore "Have you ever reflected that there will no more time.'", j lie uusy jian 1 ayen'lt any now." Indianapolis Journal. r- DwAlanc of PUTNAM FADKT.P-RC- ! Ip colors more goods than any other dye ..colors them better too. Sold bv all . igjiits. - J "MELBA" Sewing Maclilno. o mnchlno eqnnl to what otbors oro osking $23.(0 to 13.00 (or. Guaranteed by us lor 20 y ears from date ot pnrcbaeo, agnlnst any Imperfection In material or workmanship. Tho stand is made of the best Ircn and Is nicely proportioned. The cabinet work is perfect and is furnishnct in your cholco otantlque.onk or walnut. It has seven drawers all handsomoly carred and with nickel-platering pulls. The mechanical construction Is equal to that of any machine regardless of prlco. All wnrlffnir tinrts aro of thn host oll.tem tool toel, orory boarlnjr perfectly and adjusted so nu to make tho feet andnenrejt noiseless of any machf no made. This Sowing Machine has all the latest Improvements. It makes a perfect and uniform LOCK STITCH, nnd will do the boat work on either the lightest muslins or heaviest cloths, sowing over snams and rough places without skipping stitches. A mil set 01 and enclosed in a handsome plush-linebest steel attachments, nicely metal, lapannod box, nnd a complete assortment ot accessories and book of Instruction RKDNKHPn . DPR nrltl. ttnxh machine. . "- . .V..w..HV P ... woshiptiusmacninouuaJ.BUojecttoapprovni.onrecoiptoiiwo Rfl ntVC TtJIAl dollars. If. on examination you aro convinced that wo aro saving OU Uk to lltlHL, A mm Ka1 1 tjp' d MI m Spared nickel-plate- d ,.i. .... d rthe Wrt which is listed at lowest wholesale prices IjlJ everything to oat wear and use, is furnish vw wh cbvijjh vj winy iv; w fjaitiy uuy postage or exprossage and as evidence 0) gooo jaiui inu luv 13 oiiuweu on irst purchase amounting to CI9? orabovo. fll OUR MONTHLY OROCCHY PRICE, LIST fREE.H1 $3&$3.50 SHOES to tin W. U DOUGLAS union t $Q compared with Worth $4 other makes. v - Indorsed by over 1,000,000 wearers. ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES IT. U Dom lit' TUK 01.11'ISE Baa ltd prle tUmped on bottom. L Take no sututltuto claimed to bo as good. Largcstmaltert ot S3 and 13.50 shoes In the world. Yourdealersnouldkeep them If not, wewllUendyou anatronrccelntof Drlce. State kind ot leather, size and width, plain or rap toe. W. L DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton, Mass. Catalogue 11 Free. thaf s all I I I Cough or Cold nt once. Conauers CrouD without lull. IS tlie best lor Hrouclillis. Orirme.1 Hoarseness, Wlioopliitr-Cough- , end I for the cure of Consumotlou. Mothers praise It. Doctors prescribe it. I bmau doses ; quicKt sure result 1. Cures lIaMiltfBMlTTTie-BKid-JillllH-o- a ll'llw.M "Ml 'I II- - l Bal"!"!! If you will send us 25c. we will send you Demorest's Family Magazine for three mouths and give you two handsome pictures In ten colors, esact repro ductions of famous oil They are 8 paintings. by Hi Inches. This offer of this great family magazine Is only good for 60 days. Write to DEMOREST'S MAGAZINE Art Department 110 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY g Send your name and address on ag g postal, and we will send you our 156-- S page Illustrated catalogue free. i g DON'T WINCHESTER 176 Winchester REPEATING ARMS CO. Avenue, New Haven, Conn. 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Bold br druggists. jrrt pa ttsc of the Endless Chain Starch Book in the purchase of "Red Crotis" The "Htiblnger's Best" starch, makes it just like finding- money. Why, for and only Be you are enabled to get one large 10c package of ,rRcd Cross" starch, one large 10c package of "Hubinger's Best" starch, with the premiums, two A. N. K.- -K 178B Shakespeare panels, printed in twelve beautiful colors, or one Twentieth CenTVKITINO TO AI)VEKTIEK Calendar, embossed in gold. Ask your grocer for this 6arclj and WnEJf atnto tury Girl pleine that you saw tfc AdvrH obttis the. bcButifnt Christmas prceeat t rcci -