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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1899. 1 lV day, the commissioners being at work fef6tffJC&&tP6Ce5CeK C CCCCtfffC CtJCtfCCCCjeeeCr on the Third ward when they adjourned until Tuesday. Both sides are fighting every inch of the ground. A num ljer of precincts art in controversy Reported at Frankfort That Gov. on the grounds of alleged irregularities. In one such case, the seventh pre Bradley Will Declare Martial 33aM&39533MS3arM5.i3-a-3-9.fc3-M-clnct of the First ward, the anti-Go- e , vela; law in the State. bol pcoplo Monday secured an order STRICKEN STUDENTS from Judge Tonoy to compel the preSHOT AND KILLED. cinct officers to sign tho tally sheets. THE RUMOR NOT GENERALLY BELIEYED The Goebel people, however, claim the Tiro Deaths From Typhoid FoTorJatjl he Araoi Ilnrrlion Mould Not Talk After Kentucky Unlvoriltr andTMani Killing Ulalbrd Itennett, Although ballot box had been opened before it Mora Are III. He Surrendered to OUolnl. reached tho county election officers. Tho Determination of tho Election De- The vote, so fan as canvassod, shows Lexington, Ky., Nov. Lebanon, Ky., Nov. 14. Amos Harpends Upon tho Contests Which little change from the ofllclal figures. students of tho Kentucky unlvojtftv Have Been Raised. havo typhoid fever, and It has b?cfhie rison late Sunday afternoon shot and THE VOTE IN OHIO. necessary for the faculty to taicoTje-cide- d killed Bluford Kennctt, a well known steps toward checking itTMSo-student- farmer, who resides at Bradfordsville. Unofficial Iteturns Itecelved From All A Mob Gather at Vancebarc and Threathave been sent to thcTGaod Tho shooting took place at Harrison's Countlet In the State dives Nuali, for ened the Coramlisloner for Throwing Samaritan hospital, but sinco the'rVjs home, near Rlleys, this county, but it Governor, a Plurality of DO,SI2. Out Two Preclncti of Linli Couu-- tr no moro room at that institution itlfc is impossible to learn particulars. The Action Ueconaldered. Harrison Sunday night gave himself Columbus, O., Nov. 10. Tho first becomo necessary to care for thcrnmt of votes by counties received at their boardlnghouscs. Omar Martin, up to County Judge Kelly. Later ho Frankfort, Ky., Nor. 14. Senator tho secretary of stato's office Thurs- aged 34, single, a Bible student, died was lodged in jail. Ho refused to see Oocbol and the democratic leaders are day indicate that A. W. Patrick, dem., Monday, and Monday night his. re- any one at the jail or make a stateetlll waiting on the final action of the may have been elected lieutenant gov- mains wore sent to Plantersvllle, Al, ment of any kind. It is said that tht counting boards of election in Jcffer-eon- , ernor. The abstracts from tho vote in In charge of "his parents. A week ago trouble arose ovsr a remark made by Christian, Knox, Johnson and Warren and Grecno were received and another Bible student, J. R. Ford,"of Kennett about Harrison's sister, but other counties. It is claimed that in two counties Caldwell ran 700 be- Butler, Mo., died. M this can not be verified. enough fraudulent votes trill be hind Nash, and Patrick 700 ahead of The cause was at first a( trlbutcd ifo A PROMOTER ARRESTED. thrown out in theso counties to glvo McLean. the water, but now some raembersjf Patrick carried Franklin county by the faculty believe it was duo to milk CoL Hoone, of the lllack Dlanion 1 Kill-waOoobel a majority on the faco of the returns. Tho city was excited Mon- 50, while Nash carried it by 1,700. from cows fed on distillery slop. Charged 1th ore b r Open . . day night over a rumor that the gov- Patrick carried Tuscarawas county by President Cave "says that tho epiInff a, Desk. ernor intends to declare martial law demic has been checked and there rt Maysville, Ky., Nov. 12. Col. in tho event that Knox and Johnson Is no further causo for alarm, and E Boone, promoter of the Black nre thrown out and that ho counties that every one of the patients is now will refuse to rccognlzo Goebel as govrapidly improvintr. Tho dormitory Diamond railway, was arrested at Doernor under such conditions. This ruis quite old and some believe ver and brought here Warrant was building mor of martial law Is not generally that tho fever germs aro in tho walft sworn out by Sam Stavi, editor of the credited, though there is almost cerof the buildlntr. although it iskentai Dover News and first vice president of clean and is as well preserved as.ltJs thc' Dover branch of tho Bldck- - Diatain to bo a serious clash between Gov. possible to havo it. The is tho huriS mond, forbrenking op?n a desk be- llradlcy and tho claimant. dredth session of this famous school, lonj;4ng to James Boyd, president of Vanckiiuro, Nov. 14. Monday was which was the first established In the Ul Dovcr branch. It is supposed tho an exciting day in this place, the couni desk contained important papers per- west. ty seat of Lewis county. An effort was taiuiug to th'e railway scheme. Col. mado to throw out the entire vote of Another Methodlit School, BOWUNQ GHEEtf, Ky., Nov. Tlio: K00"0 has not been placed In jail. tho county, winch gave Taylor a plu. rality of 000, on a technicality, it beeducational committee for tho ToJPreent Alleged Kleotlon Frnu Is. ing claimed that tho paper on which ville conference of the Methodist Lesixqto.v, Ky., Nov. 11. Twelve tho ballots were printed was too thin. church met here and appointed a com- - Jhundred eltizens of all parties met at On this ground tho election board last mlttee to select a site for tho bulldlnjjlthe opera house Thursday night to de- week threw out tho voto of Mowers of another school similar to th V an-- .i sc methods to prevent alleged elecand Burtouvlllc precincts, which gave derbllt training school at Elkton. Tl lM0Bwlrn ,uds. Judges Geo. Denny and JUDGE NASI!. school will in nil probability bo? Taylor 200 plurality, and adjourned unliornton mado addresses coup? 200. r til Monday. Word was passed through S00 and Nash by away In Cuyahoga catcd in the mountains, kilns' aMSBC.ior county Patrick was ahead of Mc Camncnv,lUcrwJJurUi.TiUcv.fi tho county and Monday about 2,000 wkw,!mt and Breedings cltiron llofclccj into A'nncoburg and Lean. . ... are all pulling for ?.KSr.liraK.n were more temperate. The Columbus, O., Nov. 10. Tho statis- xno r.. .. If rw. ".rrt ...Wl. Jl gathered aroufld thjs courthouse when committee will Btart to visit tliess former pointed out how Bradley may, ticians at the republican headquarters places November 37. tho election board met at 10 a. m. under tho constitution, continue govhavo been busy all day Wednesday nnd Nows reached flje crowd that tho Wednesday night endeavoring to seernor until his successor is qualified, Double Miootlnc Near JJattTTll!.--. commissioners were" about to throw cure some BKATTYVII.I.E, Ky., Nv. 14 Louis or until the federal court settles the accurate figure on the pluout the voto of another precinct and rality of Judge Nash, tho republican Sptcer, republican election commis- question. Ono thousand dollars woro there was an angry demonstration. candldato for governor, and Wednesday sioner of this county, and Julius collected to prosecute alleged frauds Troublo seemed imminent when it was night an unofficial tablo of pluralities Angel, a prominent citizen, on their in this county. announced that the election board had by engaged in a difficulty This way-hom- o counties was completed. Juilee Kv.r ole Not Locally Elected. reconsidered Its action by which the shows Fbamjfokt, Ky.. Nov. 14 The court in 57 counties Nash, rep., which resulted in both men being shot that voto of certain precincts had been has 81,390 over McLean, dem., and in twice. Neither is expected to recover. of appeals decided that Judgo II. C thrown out, and the entire vote of tho 31 counties McLean has S4.035 over Tho men were neighbors and it is un- Evcrsolo was not legally elected circounty would be counted as cast. An This gives Nash over McLean derstood that tho shooting was not cuit judge of the Twenty-seventNash. Impromptu reception was at onco arIt is not believed ovor politics, but over trouble that had judicial district in November 189S, to in the state 40,502. ranged by tho crowd. tho official returns will make any im- existed for some time. succeed Judge A. II. Clark, deceased, Louisville, Ky., Nov. 14. Tho tan-gl- o portant change in these figures. and that Judge W. L. Brown, who was Name Spelled Wrong. growing out of last week's election Tho republican figures on tho legisLexinoto.v, Ky., Nov. 14. Tho namo appointed by Gov. Bradley to servo till grows worse v ith each day. Monday lature are: House republicans, C2; of tho democratic tho next regular election, was entitled candidate for was tho third day of the ofllclal count, democrats, 44; doubtful, 2. Senate governor in the certificate In to hold over till the election of 1899, but tho work of tho county boards of republicans, IS; democrats, 11; doubtthe back of the poll books in this city which was the first election held at canvassers disclosed little informa- ful, 2. and county was printed Bickham, in- which state, county, city or district tion to clear the situation. Chairman Columbus, O., Nov. 11. Complete stead of Beckham. lie received 3,853 officers were to bo elected. Long, of tho republican campaign comroturns show several democratic gains votes. If Taylor votes are ruled ut in New Tobacco Firm Incorporated. mittee, Monday repeated his claim of In the legislature. Hugh Manchester, Nelson county, Beckham will havo to Louisville, Ky., Nov. 12. A new toa plurality of 3, 111 for Taylor based on dem., is tho electertreprcscntatlve in bacco firm was Incorporated here Satofficial returns from 110 counties and Mahoning; P. A, Stiylot, dem., is elect- bo ruled out here. urday morning under the name of the unofficial returns from the remaining ed In Preble, and Robert Irwin, dem., llaxel Green Academy Uuraed. Mt. Sterling, Ky., Nov. 14. Hazel Manufacturers' Tobacco Co., with a nine. The democratic papers and lead- in Ross county. Green academy was destroyed by fire capftal of 8J50 000. Tho incorporator! ers here havo ceased to give figures, Monday morning. The school was are E, W. Itusseli, of New York, and but specials from Frankfort quoto Can The Klectlon In Iowa. didate Goebel and other party leaders Nov. 10. Returns founded 10 years ago by the Christian John Whitman, Duke Gorman, T. N. Des Moines, la., as saying they are confident of tho suc- from 00 of the 09 counties of tho state, Woman's Board of Missions. It was in- Shephord and W. M. Kellar, all ol cess of tho Kenton coun'y man. with estimates on tho others, show sured for S3, 100. This is tho second Louisville, The company will estabThe complexion of tho returns to bo time tho property has been destroyed lish a large 'plant and will handle all kinds of tobacco presented to the state board of elecby fire. tion commissioners when it meets in Killed 111 Farm Hand. Faint Cutting AIT ay. Frankfort next month still depends WlLLIAMSTOVW, IIopkinsville, Ky., Nov. 14. Georgo Ky., Nov. 13.. Al upon tho determination of the conMimms, a prominent young planter, Mt Zlon J. C. Frar', Tom Alexander, tests which are being raised in several instantly killed Sam Shankltti, colored Louis Duncan and Mort McKcnzle had parts of tho state, notably the strongfarm hand, near Fairview Monday. a difficulty, it it said, and Alexandci ly republican counties of the of the Shanklin refused to do certain farm was so badly cut tin"- - he will die. Eleventh district where the democrats duties and threatened Mimms' life. Duuoan is also reporte 1 very seriously claim tissue ballots were used. Theso Injured and mny also die. Mimms shot him with a shotgun. contests havo aroused much feollng in Le Ho t'ountr Official. Gnthrle'e llaavj rile Louei One of them tho localities affected. Hyden, Ky., Nov. 14. The Leslie fire Elkton, Ky., Nov. involves the voto of Knox county has just visited the littlo town of county vote, according to the official which gavo Taylor 1,303 plurality. Guthrie, this county. It originated in count, is: Taylor, 1,05; Goebel, 84; Monday Barbourvllle, tho county the opera house, consumed it, Nobles' Brown, 5. seat, was visited by hundreds of people jewelry store, Moriweather fc Rosb' interested in the result, their avowed Majority for Taylor. drug store and McMurray & Bryant's purposo being to seo that justice is The official I'ahis, Ky., Nov. dry goods store. Tho loss is estimated count o made by tho eounty board done. Counsel for Candldato Taylor at 910,000, with an Insurance of'S7,000. Friday gives Taylor for governor 2( began action in tho Knox county circuit court to compel the county elecmajority. A Movement lor Tnjloi. tion officers to certify the vote to the Louisville, Ky., Nov. 14. Ono thouWell Known Mlnltt.r Dead. aov. SHAW. state board of election commissioners. sand citizens, headed by all the county Winchester Ky., Nov. 14. Rev. L. The contention Is over 43 ballots that tho republican claim of 00,000 officcrts, postmaster and other promi- P. Hanks, a well known Methodist from the first precinct, but tho peti- plurality for Gov. Shaw is easily main- nent citizens, offered their services to minister, formerly of Ashland, died tion filed by Taylor's counsel assorts tained, and may go slightly abovothat Gov. Bradley Monday to seat Taylor nero bunday. that tho election board's purposo Is to figure. in tho gubernatorial chair. She Wm Tired of LWInc. throw out tho entlro county. Judge Nelion County Goe. tot Goebel. Election Omceri Arrested. Mayor and MlDDLESBOUO, Ky., Nov. 14. Mist Uronn granted a temporary InjuncBakdstown, Ky., Nov. 14. Tho of- Nannie Saunders, of Booneville, drank Ky., Nov. 11. Judge CoviKQToy, tion against such action. Johnson and ficial count of the vote of Nelson county a bottlo of laudanum. She said she Lewis counties aro affected by the Wheeler Thursday issued warrants for tho arrest of Mayor Jos. L. Rhlnock, gives the democratic 6tato ticket a ma- was tired of living. democratic charge? of irregularities, 745. Ell Brown, dem., was and there, too, legal complications are Pollco Officers Geo. Davis and Joe Jan-se- jority of Tarlor Carried Lee. elected representative, having no opAl Leger, a sheriff of elections, likely to arUe. Beattwili.e, Ky., Nov. 14. The of. position. W. Ealrhalrt, John ThompAt Hopklnsvlllo a contest over a pre- and Everett ficialvoto in Leo county gives Goebel Fell on a Knife. cinct which gavo Taylor a plurality son, W. C. "Breck" Thornton and G. 688, Taylor 770 and Brown 10. McCoy, all officers of election in Ky.. Nov. 16. Tho Beattyville, of 05 Is delaying tho ofllclal return of M. U old child of Mrs. Polly Looney, tho vote of Christian county which precinct A of the First ward. Tho allege that tho men "ob- while playing with a companion, fell SojiKnSKT, Ky., Nov. 14. PulaskJ warrants' gave Taylor a plurality of 750. Slow progress was made In the count structed and attempted to obstruct an on an army knife, which entered its countyglves Taylor n plurality oi l,67i7iu:cording to the official count. tlu oat and resulted in her death. of Louisville and Jefferson county Mon election," THE LINCOLN COUNTY Hi iMa-M-fl-Sif- NATIO OF STAMFORD, BANE, KY, 14.-N- earlf W3 Capital $100,000. Successors to Farmers Bank and Trust Go., s STANFORD, KY., And continuously under same management for 2g yeara. rela-lions Solicits your Bank account hoping such bussiness will prove materially profitable and pleasant. DIEECTOES. J. Williams. S. H. Shanks. A. W. Carpenter. J. J. E .Lynn. William Gooch. J. B. Owsley. y, J. S. Owsley, Sr. J. F. Cash. W, H. Cummin9. A'-be- S. H. Shanks, President. J. B. Owsley, Cashier. pin ,.. W. BI. Bright, Asst. Cashier. m .SI .? M WILLIS GRIFFIN, Mertter VHltr - m ttal " ,l JK.TSTX3 Funeral Director, MT, VERNON, KY. fteeps Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Ltnon Bosoms, Cuff8itSt .ana uouars. (Jon nimisn Metallic uasicoia ana v. - - .... IW'J&.'!fV - Have Embalming Dono on Short Notice and Easy Terms. , bu TelBfjraph Orders or Telephone Promptlu Attended toOau or Nfoht h GREEN FRONT fiWtrS335&iHs5 DRUG STORE Place 55yKK?K I theliar KlK to lien-tena- nt 3 Drugs, Patent Medicines, Jewelry, Stationery, Cigars and Tobaccos, Paints and Oils. Call when la Town C. C. DAVIS & CO., Hi" sg Mt. Vernon, Ky. NATIONAL Capital Stock, BANK -- OF STANFORD, KY. $100,000, Surplus, $17,320, ther J, W. Haydon, W. P. Walton, J. II. Gollior, M. D. Blraoro, J. Hooki P. Hold, T. P. Hill, B. H Baughman, W. A. Trlbblo, S T. Harris DIRECTORS: and M. a J. Mlllor. Wo boliclt tho accounts it of tho citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to ui. Personal application and correspondence, with ft view to business relations, respectfully invited. J. S. tfockcr, Prcs., A. A. McKinnoy, Ass't- Cnshler. - Jno. J. McRobortB, Cnahler, JONAS MIENZIE MT. VERNON, KY., For Everything lu GO TO n, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, General Merchandise. i .. BEST QOODS AT LIVING PRICES. n ent!stiat.vii''n.-insnsnirTriauzj- - mxgggxgfflerTteTTgtfrir7yvy-tJL"JV5- kl sm Iff A' H Hood mi juminuug-- r iia-nimv- a gun tjr?ryTgcawrj&xAaMraagaiT,ari!eritrr.yrwr'i" ttf, x. actfadfcart'jwsoci 7tvv i SS22222SS-- , MtVci"Qon Friday. Nov. Brodhead Signal caucastci miles of track making ot'A few guns were.fircd part in the about tventv' the election, but the &7id , 17 1899. Published every Friday by AMES MARET. SUBSCRIPTION ONR VKAK county. ,Now besides the amount sorry now that thev did n' of taxes which this road would longer pay to the county there are nu- Win. McNew has new ur , ", . , open a vast territory 01 timoer anu bring coal lands which would of dollars into our conn-- 1 thousands ty. Our timber and mineral ic- sources on the proposed line are excellent and their deve'iopcment get the would take place it we road. Now a railway company manages theii affairs on business principles, and like other instituti lions with capital, go to or through that territory offering the best advantages. We think, with proper induceuints offered them in the way of light of way, our Rockcastle line would be selected. nice line of ladies capes at t.25 up to $3. at Ilotik & Son. It will not be a surprise to' any ,rhoure at all fainilar with the SrV.. l . F.hfl'JKjTMW."(41,TyiMlIl.Vi - Ji&aA A COLLYER & UNDERTAKERS limb that puts him on his very nicely, fi? $l.OO Advertising rates made known on aftplit at ion , Jack Carpenter left for' ville on foot a few days ago. said he took three gallons o ugutimig along to cneerii imr way. V. - Tlitre hits just ended one of the s P. Chestnut if. Oil hardest Stale. Titv . .rtuht campaigns in tl'e Signal espoused ihe list. J . ., " ( public sale on Saturday Decj on premises ot N. M. A. H. Thumess; Mgr. Wills de'd., fifty barrels of corn at )ine Creek Coal Co, Buffalo, Ohio, W, G. Adams. AdnS hay. writes: I have been affected with Kidney and Bladder trouble for If You want to exchange years, passing gravel or stones, uuce ior ary goocis or grace Decent Democrats have been or Ladies and Misses hate, .canl (S accompanied by excruciating pains. and subjected to einbam-ssinen- t Other medicines only gave temporHarrodsburg Court. The Demo see me. A. UryCnm ary relief. After taking Foley's humiliation of arrest by Federal gives the following sales; "27 Oct 20 2 mo. Kidney Cure, the result was surauthority charging intimidation of crat plain yearlings, light weight, at $21 prising. A few doses .started the negro voters and then dismiss the hrick dust, little fine stones etc.. per head; 10 scrub calves $12 warrant on motion of the prosecu- 75 my 'i ml now I have no pain across per head; 7 scrub calves, $12 per tion. Hut up to this good moment 25 We tin ft tffft Want Kidneys and feel like a new man. head; 17 yearling calves (plain) Folcj's Kidney Cures has done we h."ve not heard of any Republi$22 per head; 10 short Less than a year remains inwhich ir,e $1000 worth of good. can voteibuyei being "grabbed" (plain) $25; 7 short to gather facts, and information that C C. Davis Co., Mt. VcniuMi; and held over for further trial. cattle, will influence your vote for the next Dr, Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros. $24: 8 head of Rockcastle could furnish seveial Livingston. lbs., wt. "$33 per head. president of the United States. jf good cases. For instance, one old about 900 That grievous wrongs have, been Call and see my magnificent line Oneul Bros, sold recently to S. committed, and grave errors allowed colored man was promised $5 by a to exist without effort at correction, is of fall and winter samples now head of 1.025-lprominent church member, and Weil twenty-fiv- e evidenced by the speech, writings, and after l! e old negro voted, the good feeders at $4.10. J. A. Cohen comments of eminent statesmen and for inspection. Men's suits made SauKUitun would only pay him one bought of G. B. Mosely for Col. S. jurists; congressmen and leading men made to order at 5 10 and up. S.W. Davis. dollar; while another one of the L. Woolriuge, 10 head ot extra good of business ; professors and clergymen lbs. at $4.25 in every state. colored race got $ 25. With the yearling cattle, 707 Party affiliations have been ignored A WONDENFUL DISCOVERY Wodford Sun. same goodly spirit, the same dear in the outcry against thrusting aside Smock Bros, bought 100 extra the safeguards of our fathers ana rushbrother in Christ gathered two Not ouly cures, but it keeps well into the affairs of Europe. Is sold by an organized company of good ewes ot J. W. Redford at ing white men from the com field, and $5 a hundred; Dehoney & Curb The situation 13 a deplorable ,one if re.pousible busiuess men and has threw light on the subject with notalarming; as is also our domestic dollars, and they too, went and delivered at Springfield for Illinois affairs dominated by gigantic Trusts. the endorsement of thousands of parties 78 head of feedcattle weighand noted voted. people The evils are not of spontaneous Cleigyrnen ing 1. 150 pounds at $4,30 Burgin growth They are the result of years throughout the country. We speak of labor and expenditure of millions of that wonderful Messenger. Instrument, Tim Louisville Dispatch would of dollars! Beginning with the disElectropoise, and ask your careful Democrat placement of American silver for The Harrodsburg have gladly suppoited Goebel, and hi to the cures examination as warmly and as enthusiastically notes the sales of ten common English gold, thetin cunning of, England's diplomacy shaping the des it has wrought. Col. A. P. Nuually as it did hi his election law, had it mule colts at $2 1 each; several large tiny of our Republic is appajjtht to of the Chicago, writes not been that Bill Halueman and lots of corn at $1 50 per barrel; any ordinary observer seekjajr.the "Nearly three years experience were his friend 100 gocd ewes at $5 each; 75 steers true inwardness of events, the Courier-JournjwULElectropoiKcvoftly confirms cta.; 70 fat . The CfncinnatiKEfcrmi.' in other words. I lie Dispatch is wt. 800 lbs.,' at 4 quentlv called attention toC?? rand' tlie truth of your claims. I say to foolish enough to believe that it hogs at $3 60. every .move as it was transpinug.Jand my friends that this instrument is during the campaign of ijjopfwill can live, grow powerful and rich present its readers with a truthful a most wonderful invention aud I Courier-Journa- l. abusiug BRODHEAD. the array of facts that will be extremely would not part with mine if I could Stewart, O'Neal and Duke work interesting and startling. not get another. Send address for themselves into a frenzy in their Rev Livingston filled his appoint No American, be he our book giving letters from people contempt for W. N, Halderman ment at the christian church last Republican, Democrat or of other who have been cured by Efectro-poispolitical faith, can afford at this qritical and Henry Watterson, the latchet Tuesday. time to ignore the truth. ELECTROPOISE CO., Partisan of whose shoes tuey are not worthy Rev Hendrickson filled his re- prejudice, with the Trusts as dictators, 513 Fourth Avenue. Louisville to unloose. Remember gentlemen, man mi mure gular appointment at the Baptist is u. which existed previousslavery Civil Ky. that to the remember, "That abuse is not ar church Saturday and Sunday. I War of 4. gument, contempt is not 'criticism; No. 1. fjney patent flour at S. Trusts in the United States alone Atty. C. C. Williams was down and a reasonable people will not have a representative capital greater W. Davis' for 55c and" Belle of consider a cause just that, defends from Mt. Vernon Monday. than all the gold and silver in the world. These will spend many more itself by vituperations." Miss Ella Dunn is visiting in Gar millions of dollars to suppress truth For Hoarsnuss. rard. and facts and mislead all who fail to A Geo. A. Pontius, Upper SandusWe have always held Hon. Uncle John Dunn went to Boyle look beyond their plausible decep- ky, O.. writes: I have been using E. Willson, of Louisville, who tions. Read the Enquirer andf you Foley's Honey and Tar for sore traveled with Gen. Taylor on his Co, to vote. will be able to discern the truth and throat and hoarsness and find it Uncle John Sayers was in town combat falsehood. A victory-- for special car, in high estimate, but I ever tried. It Trusts and the McKinley Adminis- the best remedy we think more of him now than Monday. in 1900 will end the era of stopped the cough immediately and tration evet because of his timely rebuke relieved all soreness. Mrs. Lela Murphy left' for her greatest good to greatest number. C. C. Davis & Co , Mt. Vernon, to the incendiary speakers in the home in Cincinnati Sunday. Watch carefully the Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros Cincinnati Enquirer. following strong language. "I The annouueement of the Livingston. have no use for a man who talks marriage of Mr. John Newland to about wading in blood. He is a Miss Viola I Painter at the Christian fool. Men in the nineteenth centchurch on the evening ot Thanksury think and act without shedding giving, was made by Bro. HendHUGH Mll.imi blood, The men who talk of blood rickson at the Baptist church Sunignorant and out of date. Peo- day. 'are Mr. Newland is a bridge carple pay no attention to such froth- penter on 1 PI1C x TTT TrTT the L. & N. and Miss ing." Now let Deboe and Painter is the beautiful and accompcock-eyeGeo. Denney paste that - COMMERCIAL MEN. lished daughter of Goe. Painter. in their hats and then give Charley BSyPorter all traius!-- 3 at J. E. Wallin left Tuesday for NeBionston and the Louisville J.V. mini lugg- a dose of squint essence of braska as a collector for the ' wrought Iron range Co. squat-rot- . 11 it be cause 11! . mocracy, lieved n iItt; and granted every one el?c tin. privi'ege of supporting whom tl.y pleased. We now, v ill drop politics' until nouthcr cam paign, und try to give you all the general news we can. Henrv Owens' wife with fever. LORN AND MAY. qualities of Chamberlain's to know that Cough Remedy, people cverwhere take pleasure in relating their experience in the use medicine and in f that splendid t Wing of the ben fit they have re- 111 ceived from it, of bad colds it has i tired, of threatened attacks of f pnuiuonia it has averted and of ihe children it has saved. It is grand, good medicine, For sale in Theo. Wesley, Mt. Vernon Ky. Boys' suits made to order for $3,75 and up. See my liile of S. W. Davis. .vain-pies, OWENS - Caskets, com ns. Robes, etc., keot stock. Onlers by mail,., tele graph, telephone promptly. filled For Family and Medical You Want ilasa GxJr f1 BRODHEAD- KY. Use The Finest i WW NELSON . . SOUR MASH Sold Direct from Distillery. 3 6 10 tta OUWTY VL Y Jug and Bottle Trade Solicited. year old at $2.00 per Gallon, year old at $2.50 pe.' Gallon. year old at $3.00 per Gallon, J. B. DA NT Distiller, GETHSEMANE, KY. i two-yer-o- ld two-year-o- two-year-o- fd AV -- ... b Come to see us. Will .sell you honest goods at fair orices. ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. Getieral Merchandise ovnZ DEALERS IN- - S 1 Old Main and M' Church K Sti VERNON. pell-me- ll sil-'v- er For Pore Drugs , 1 CALL ON - - THEO. WESLEYo PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS . CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED At all hours, day or riigkit. v - Inter-Ocea- al ? d Mt. Vernon, Ky. Wantijd A halt dozen coa miners. Will give steady work for next six months. J. W. Marmsk, Mt. Vernon, Ky. e. I '61-6- SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES. 2x2, 30 inches C grade 2X2, 30. long, all while or better, $12 per m, inches long, red, 57 28 1 per Hotel Frith F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Located atlthe DepotSg?w. 111. -- IXI.- per m. Do incheslong, white $7 " red $4 per m. SINGLE TREE BILLETS."" 2KX3'' 38 Miller House, iiu:iuuum.xio A A T Tf-- Brodhead, , Ky - inches, long white -- -- r. vl big-wi- g, d $22 per m. To be delivered at any station on K. D of L. &JJN. or K. C. Meet all Trains, Day and .Night. division, will cull once every tw Traveling Men and Railroad weeks. L. L. Jarrhtt, Inspoctcr. men Solicited. Will Brodhead, Ky. lunches for all trains. Good Liver Attaehed fr Dis-patc- h Lester Hilton and sister f It behooves our people to "get a Susie were visiting friends in Lan hustle on themselves." if they ex- caster last week, VERNON.! pect to get the Southern Railway Mr. Hubble of Lancaster is in When Your Horce Is Shod to lun through our county via town. You now have to pay him the Brodhead, there should be a move Judge R. G. Williams came Cash. He says if you see him made for concerted action in rendering all possible assistance to- down Tuesday to confer with.Mr. drunk this yea you may know wards securing the right of way by Hubble of Lancaster iu regard to some one has asked him to shoe his hoise on credit. Credit will staiwc donation and purchase. Danville the tight away for R. R. a man to rteath. and Stanford are leaving no stone U. G. Proctor of Quail was iu unturned in their efforts to get town VVednesday. the road to come their way, and in Quite a' number of our people case it does, it will miss our coun are attending the protracted meetty almost entirely. It would be of ing at Maretburg. Traylor whiskey $2 "; vast benefit to us in many ways, to Traylor whisky $3 So J. Thos. Cherry is erecting a have this road, and not the least Win Tarr whiskey $3 a would be the amount of taxes it cottage on Silver St. Brandy $3 00 per gallon U would pay the county, All RockiNo cuarge tor jugs No good castle, and Brodhead especially, ORLANDO shipped COD, on occount of :,(!? is interested in the building of the icg of U S Court Southern Railway connection beFrank McNew and Thomas Send Cash, Order tween Burgin and Jtllico. The Eagan left for northern Missouri Express Money Order first survey passes through Lan- - to make it their future home. W. O. SPEED,, Stanford, Ky Mr. TOM TAYLOR Blacksmith -- lUlrtll iilliuwiii mwl l hmibUm ? TOM FERRLL DEALER IN W, R. McClure KEEPS A good stock of Fancy and Family MT Look in Yoisp MEfvgp Do you sco jiparWlnff oyes, a healthy, tinted skin, a avcet cr. jrc3sion and a jjraco-fn- l form f Tl.cao attractions am tho rcnult of good health. If they aro abocnt. .thcto 13 nearly always co;no disorder of tho distinctly femUIno orcans present, llcaltl'j menstrual organs mean health and beauty everywhero. WHISKIES' WINES, &c, &c iROWLAND,Ky up Fine whiskies at $2-'- and Our Rockcastlefriends can write or Telephone. : GROCERIES Which he sells at mighty LOW FIGURES. S i Sno XSVUUBQ& (Sif .. (U7GUii'(i!s!ii& tfbnnnIIJa-,- S Pure Liquors Post-offic- e makes women beautiful and healthy. It strikes at tha root of nil their trouble. Thcic is no meustrual dis- Border, ache or pain which it will not (j cure. It is for the buddinjy nirl. tho a ousy wuo aim tlie matron approaching the change of life. At every trying cri3i3 in a woman's life it brings health, strength and happiness. It cost3 jr.oo of ncdicino dealers. For ndvico iu casts rcauirincrsreclal directions, address, civing symptoms, H ( Tho Ladies' Advisory Department,'' M trm The Chattano3ra Mcdip"w On ., rimf. R vuMi.r wnopga, m ienu ' jrr.s. i:ozi:.sa xnwis, or Ocmviiie, .' Texas, was troubled J -- Farm for Sale. SciCs BiTinrtmrlror,"",iri?ifTgrr savit"! tt In my unci Inter ra! wltlt tctrlWo pains reUoycd licuiiWlnq but lata been entirely by i.mml.l Foity acres on the waters of Boone's Fork, 2 miles east of Brodhead, adjoining James Crawford's farm. House of 4 rooms and kitchen. Good barn. Place all in grass. Manufacturers v Good fencing, Fine locust grove of Llrafi and brick. can be used for locust posts. Twd They also furnish Lime, Building springs of fine water. Call on Stone, rough quarry face or cut W. T. Crawford, Orders promptly filled Kingston, Ky. MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY " i 4' T&icrenasfgHcati tt r VTaairg &irjw-jjgCCT- cr TgircrnunaraMMLim ntevrBnmmr ijriu i mn'ii uulimjw Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon. Ky. Nov. 17, 1899 Cmt'lilnt (lit Ml. VcfDu, Kjr., oticvclon mull ntnttcr L. M. Houk 'is gradually grow-- ing weaker. The bird law is out and the lov- I't tlEce n ate. ers of game can i.oiv bag everything that .wears' fur or feathers. Mr. and "Mrs. Ab Sparks, of Livingston, were visitiug the family of W. J. Sparks the first of the week. Reuben Ilurlev has moved from Brush Creek to a farm he recently purchased in the Glades, west of here. Jill HQW THE RACE STANDS. Goebel's.uncnntested plurality on official returns rom ....'.... 3,823 115 counties Taylor's uncontested plurality on omciai returns ..!,.:- ttom four remaining counties! .2,171 again, and especially as the trustee of such n school. There is no doubt but that we have a splendid corps of teachers and that they ai e now rapidly building up the school. Come again gentlemen, we are always glad toEce yon. . Rev. Geo. 0. Barnes is holding a protracted meeting at Livingston. Fair DEALING. fc LoUltV1LLt &NAtHVILlC fl Ft. CO ' Our Fall nnd"Winter stock of Dry Goods, Boot and Shoes are coming in every day, Fred Halm, the hustling road overseer and farmer, was in LivIn our Dry Goods Department ye have evorythijtff ingston last Sunday visiting his that you need and as cheap can be sold ''any vfljQre. son-in-la- & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Miss Florelle Brown has returned Day Mail North 11:05 a m from a protracted visit to Dr. E. J. ,Day Mail South .. 1.57 p m Brown's, Stanford, much improved Wight Ex. North 1:32am in health. Wm, Monk. Hay. 7 In any quantity. iNigutlix. tjoutu J. 1:44 am ... A. Landrum, Agent. MASONIC. Miss Odi Cash, of Livingston, the sister of handsome Hon Sam Kash visited Ida May Goebel's uncontested pJuralS. 1,65a Adams at this place. Contested Taylor pluralities) 2,849 ".. Tip & Harry Bruce, Danville, Ky. 4t Do you, or will you need hay? Our Grocery Department is also complete with nice, Tip & Harry Bruce, Danville, Ky., fresh goods. In fact, if you want anything to ieat and rreo, aie "the people." Write 'em. come to us. Our Boot and Shoe Department is cqmplafce5ffit(,the you best and most stylish boots and shoes made. Wh want a good boot or shoe come to us. jv. ! .i Ss I flg?- - v , i- - r .3 pluraliticdff',198 A. II. Bastin, the telephone man Contested Goebel Mrs. Emma Drye, of Hustonville, H-was here Friday and Saturday lookber, tf is visiting her brother, Thco. Taylor's plurality of contest-- 1 ing nfter the establishing nu ex CHURCHES. ed votes Wesley, the druggist, who is sick. ...ji;65i Lion Coffee 10 cents per pound change in Mt. Vernon. Christian Holds service s 1st & 3r Sunday Goebel's net plurality of couv atC:30p. m. One of the prominent members tlla.ni. We ask you again to pay your t at S. W. Davis'. Gold Dust washuncontested aud tested rJ ol the Southern railway Engineering powder 5c per package. We must dues to tha Signal. votes rreilijrtcrlan Holds services on the 4th ing corps has an eye on a Lancaster have what is owing us. This is to Itmday This table does not give Gdebel beauty and from what we can learn don't risk your life'. you if you are in arrears. Baptist t'liurch Services on tho Second the benefit of gains already' made Many of your friends, or people a wedding will occur iu near Stiudny oUrdiiy night B, Owens has sold his interests on the official count in Jeffeisou whom 011 and Sunday. J. know of have contract- future. j Scnasl il 9 i b every Sunday. Prayer at Orlando and willmovc to Rlleys county or take into consideration ed consumption, pneumonia or oth(nestiii; oa Tuesday nlghta. Dou't forget the pure Candy station where he will open a store still further gains he is certain to er fatal diseases by neglect of a Foley's made by S- - W. Davis. We wish him unbounded .success. pass s'mple cold or cough. make when the Contest Board Houey and Tar, a sale, sure and Town Marshal, Pennington is es on'.the Seventh precinct cf "'the pleasant cough medicine, would LOCAL and OTHERWISE. EVERYBODY LOOK. doing some mighty good work in Third Ward-- , now counted for Tay- have saved them. I am selling the Singer Sewing C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Veriuii; cleaning out and repairing culverts lor, but admUedly grossly frauduD. S Pu rtlom i? on the sick list. and other Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros., Machine on easy terms and keep all necccssary Improve- lent. Livingston. kinds of sewing machine needles oil Mrs. M. C. Miller has been quite ments Work on the Mt. Vernon ill. bands, shnttles, and everything The colored school here will Merc hats. Send your exchange will begin next that belongs to a sewing machine. Don't put off paying for your pi- close next Thursday 23rd. The o A. E. Albright-Co., No. week, or as soon as six piore subWill send needles'by mall to any per. teacher, Remetha Ford, has given scribers' names are secured. Lines 40 East Court street, Cincinnati I also clean and repair all kinds Clever John Wilms was here universal satisfaction to pupils and will later follow to points on'K. C. ol machines. You can'see me here How ToJ'retbnt a Cold. patrons. Wednesday. road, Level Green and other points W. M. Owen After exposure, or when you ever Saturday. Maj. John A, Logan, of 33rd in the county. M. P. Pike was up from LivingMt Vernon Ky feel a cold coming on take a dose Regiment, and son of the late ston Wednesday. It Assessor Tom French aud his of Foley's Honey and Tar. John A, Logan, was killed in batRev. Wheatiey preached at the tle in the Philippines a lew 'days deputy Tommy Green Reynolds never fails and will prevent pneuSuits mae'e to order, a fit guarmonia or coumsumplion if taken iu anteed, from Baptist chut ch Sunday.. $7.50 up Houk have about completed the assess- rime. C. C. Davis & Co., since. TheSe, Mt. Vernon; Dr. Clark, Brodhead; &son. ment of Mt. Vernon Distiict. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Klein were Rev. A. E. Ewers and Judge gentlemen are Republican in pi tmf Hagan Bros., Livingston. over from Langford, Sunday. v. rrmm tM R, G. Williams will speak at Brod- tics, and they arc gentlemen Ewxm-rrso- . I'or the best shave or W. R. Wlutaker and Milt Doan head on Friday night, November bnir-cu- t dozen or to he had within the "first water. V Whc'tiUi mcniumra-j- n?Alhrigh't lias a .... are both improving. 24th; in the interest of Mt. "Ver to local affairs' these are the'wrrvJsKM knfcrc nyore larms 01 his,own, within a 3 Rockcastle go to Purdoni Leauder Houk is iu from'Jaurcs-town- , non Collegiate Institute.of men to elect. They made ffiV the Mt Vernon barber. Ind.,' to see relatives. Write him at S. L. Whitehead was here from best assessors last year, the couutj 'will sell or rent. Wanted: Wood and coal in Brodhead. tf Mrs Dr. W. A. Brown of Parks-vill- e Norton, Va. His son, Ray, who has had for years. exchange for tuition at Collegiate had been here ou a visit for the past it visiting relatives here. If you ,vant your watch or clock What a Well-Knowwith him Railroad Institute. Call on Dr, A. E. Tom Row is reported to be badly three months; returned cleaned or repaired, spectacles reEwers, lit. Vernon, Man aud Resident of Lima Mouday afternoon. afflicted with nervous trouble. thinks of Foley's Kidney paired, or new spec frames, gold or Cure. NOTICE Judge Williams went to Brod gold filled, nickel or sleel; or glass James Whiteaker and Miss Lula I have been troubled a great Notice is hereby given that the for watch; or any kind of spring for Southard were, married" last week. head Tuesday to meet L. F. Hub1 was induced watch or clock; or new balance deal with backache. to"try Foley s Kidney Cure, and Pine Hill Mining Company, of Matt Ballard, our Livingston ble of Lancaster who is in 'this looking up the right of staff put iu watch or pivoting of one bottle entirely relieved me. I Pine Hill, correspondent, was here Saturday. couut way for the Southern rail- any kind done; o'r watch case; or gladly recommend it to any one Rockcastle county, Ky., is closing Harve Dunu, of Brodhead. is the way. jewelry cleaned and made look especially mv freinds among the up its business as such company hottest Goebel man in Rockcastle new; or rings cut to fit; or gold and train men, who are usually similar- and any person holding a claim J. G. Fifth of Brodhead has done silver soldering neatly done, call on ly afflicted. Mumps are in town. You had Geo. Hansen, Engineer on L. E. against said Company must present more than any man in the county S. C. Franklin, at the Signal & W. R. R. R. better watch out or they'll get you same to the Trustee. S.'A. Bowley, in the way of courtesies and at Office, Mt. Vernon, Ky. C. C. Davis & Co. Ml. Vernon; formerly S. A. Parrish, at Hot sure. tention paid the Southern railway Dr.' Clark, Brodhead Hagan Bios., Springs. Va., for settlement. Mrs. Georgie Rice has returned survyors, all 01 which is duly apJames I, White, of this place, and Livingston. Mining Co., Pine . . from a pleatant trip to West Vir- preciated by them and their com N. I. Buster, of Mercer county, By J A. August, Pres. pany. ginia. have formed a partnership to con- $V. big cut in saddles and harness Oct. 17th 1899. t 4t Circuit Clerk James F. Grrfiln duct a lime and s'.onfi business. at S. W, Davis'. Mat Barnett and James chancy, Call and see my line of fancy of west end) lost their bams by fire left Wednesday night to attend One kiln will be erected at White's BAISM groceries and get bargains. Louisville Court of Equity. Judge quarry, and the kiln at White IClIAMKERLAIN'S PAIN last week. Cures Others Why S. W. Davis. McClure accompanied him. S. C. Rock, two miles south of here, will f F. L. Turpin.J. H. "Coffey and Frankliu, brother-in-loalso be operated. Mr. White has r. Not You? of Mr. others were here from Laugford Griffin, was My wife has been ucing Chamber done as much or mor, than any &wom in as deputy Monday. liain'.s Pain Balm with good results citizsn here in establishing enterclerk. BY BRITISH SOLUSED prises in our county. This last for,ai lame shoulder that has pained Rev. Mills began a protracted DIERS IN AFRICA The city undertaker of Mem- undei taking will give employment her continually for nine years meeting at christian church MonCapl, C. G. Dennibou is well phis, Tenn., was arrested at St. to a large, number of ,vorkers, also Wejiave tiied all kinds of medici-tie- s day night. known all over Africa as commanand four of his trunks con- will be a great help to the comLouis aud doctors without receivieg Miss Laura Langford, of fiouth taining corpses were seized. He munity. 3iiYbenfit from any of them. One der of the forces that captured the t part of the county, is visiting the confessed tint he has fcr some time day we saw an advertisement of. famous rebel Galishe, Undej date Mt. Vcrnou was honored last Misses Gentry. Nov. 4, 1897 frm Vryburg, Bechu made a regular business of dealing Tuesday by a visit of IIdu. John this medicine and thought of try- analaud, he writes.- - "Defore star111 'stiffs. ing it. which we did with the best Holdam's Mill, on the Beelick W. Yerkes, Dr. Roberts and Mr. of satisfaction. She has used only ting on the last campaign I line, has been added to the teleJ. N. Brown has been appointed Ad. Cheek, of Danville. In the after one bottle and her shoulder is bought a quanity of Chamberlain's phone circuit. Magistrate of District No. 4 to fill non they were shown afouud the Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem-edaAddlph L Millett, which I used myself when Wm. Catron, of west end of the vacancy caused by the resigna- own mil that night they gave Manchester, N. H. For sale by splendid talks at the Court-hous- e tion of R. L Brown, who is troubled with bowel complaint, county, visited his daughter near Theo. Wesley the Nashville Law School. 111 the interest of the Collegiate Iu and had given to men, and in every here, last week. It is an excellent selection. stitute They were highly pleased ' 'Mackerel 5c each in Basement. case it proved mot benficial." James McGuire, aged 99, was in both with the town and school and For sale by Theo. Wesley. town a few days ago. He walks Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Poy titer, the people showed their apprecia- with a sprightly step. IUr I'linitinu Riclfllpmnii. Parsli with Miss Bessie aud Mrs. Wm. tion of the presence oi these three allvillville. Mich, writes- - I wa. Shout Horns For Sale. I have Wm Rider left Monday to make Poynter, returned Saturday night idibiimuiished gentlemen by giving troubled with Salt Rhetn for over two red Short Horn bulls lor sale. E. P, Woods, his trip on main line of L. & N. in after a month's stay at Martinsville, them a large audience. Mr. thirteen oears, had tried a number , Ind., where they had gone for the v1rinomi-i,,H'h,icnMStanford, Ky. the flour buisiness. .lcol doctors without relief. My ' ' ' ihusbend bought a box of Banner health of Mrs. Poynter. We are he always does. He assured the aaiv'eV which I applied two or three Mr. and Mrs. Per Hiatl and A. pleased to say the trip did her good K. McClary were in town Monday people Hint the way to build up imesfand my hands began to get was by taUiug interest DetterP In a short time they were to see L. M. Houk. COURT CALENDAR. J. W. Marler, Son & Co.. the the school Ho Wirt entirely. eured. in itiiniici.Biiii.otn it County Court. Fourth Mon The electiou is past and we are mill people, will move their plant CfCsDavIs & Co., Mt. Vcrnou; this week to the neighborhood much encouragement m the way Dc.fClarki Brodhea(l. Hagan Bros., day in each month. glad of it. Let's talk , mighty ' Quarterly Court. Fiist Monof Jellico, Tenn., to a big tract of offimi'icial aid. Dr. Roberts spoke Livingston. about something else. day in January, April, July and timbered land which they have eloquently ol the absolute need of, Miss Lula McClure is the effi boys and girls a If youme'ed a good printing out October. bought. This company consists of giving the Circuit Court. Second Mon cient telephone, operator at Crab Mr. Check fit suitable for a small country enterpii.sing men aud workers who thorough education. day in February, Fourth Monday Orchard exchange1. mean business. We commend spoke of his visit hera on his way paper; 7 column Washington hand iu May and Third Monday in Sep Dame Rumor has it that a wed- them to the Tennessee people as up inUi ijie mountains before '.he press for less than half what it tember. ding will take place in the near men who Are energetic and pushing r.iiu'n.l wi-- built, and little lid he coft, Address S. W. Davis, Mt Vernon Police Court; lii'u ; fi.'l tint lu wonl.l b Mt, Vernon, Ky. .future, in the west part of town. h' peopte. Third Monday in each month. Aslihitil Lodge No. day 10 A m. CiO meeti 2rl Mon- Dinville Steam Laundry first class work. Represented in Mt, Vernon by D. S. Piudom, the Bar- HOUK & SONDENTST, ' - P. A. Pennington, D. D.S.; M. D. ... ui 1 ! N W Cor. Third and Chestaut Sts. LOUISVILLE, KY. Will be at Miller House, Vernon during all Circuit Courts. R. 1 t G.WILLIAMS, -- A ttorney"- R L at-La w KY, 1 MT. VERNON. . Tele-phon- e BROWN, Attorneyat-lvaw- , MT, VERNON, KY. j: pro-du- ce ad-res- s. U. J r -- For Rent; a house of 3 100ms on Newcomb avenue Mt. Vernon appby at bigual office. 3c G. W. 11 E Mcclure. &. s-aU- McCLURE J. W. Brow?. BROWN Attorney La w, Mt. Vernon, Ky. All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention. Office on Main street . C. C. Attorney-at-Lsw, . &.&& t r - ... $& - " WILLIAMS, AIf. n K. Uernon Ky. -- BSuOffice on 2nd floor of new brick on Church street. Specia attention given to collections. DR. A. G. LOVELL," Physician and Surgeon slrct MT VERNON, Oflicc North bUic'Mnin For Sale Three houses and r Hill , lots in Orlando also a good farm on Cove branch 135 acres. Good buildings and out houses. Good grass land as well as highly productive f 01 other crops. Well watered. At a bargain'apply to Sig-or J. B, Owens, Orlando. tf.n al w To Builders. J. W. Marler & Sons now haye their mill ou on of the best sites in the county aud are fully prepared to cut bills to order on very short notice. Lumber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon if desired. Give us your orders and get promnt attention and the best $42 WORTH OF PRESENTS For 50c worth of work. We ara giving away Watches, Bicycles Sewing Machines, Guns &c, to1 introduce, our paper., PASTIME, high class illustrated family pape:, of from a 16 to 32 large pages: 64 to 12S columns ol Choice Good Stories Literature, Art Humor Letters of Travel in Foreign Lands &c: &z. And all you have to do to get $42, worth of presents is to get y, , , '.,' subsribers at 10c each. Send in stamps for full paiticulars, long list of presents and our paper. PASTIME for 6mouths Address THE PASTIME Louisville Ky. 20 10 S. N. SURVEYOR Mt. Vernon, Davis'? - i Also, an cut for Tail6rs in the worlr K yv th 'e - ), f - li f- "WtlMI is The Best Cheapest' We team this from experience In rv-ery department of life. Good clothes are most serviceable And wc.tr tf-- long- est. iiood food gives tne best nutri ment. Good medicine, Hood s Zarsa- variiia. is tne best and citeavest. lecause it cures, absolutely CURES, tvhen all others fail. Kemembcr ' e TAKEN AT HIS WORD. The Pnrchnacra Complained of uLnca. of One of the Elements In the Oil. The faculty of terse and forceful speech ordinarily an advantage, but occasional' ly a man gets hoisted by his own epigram. A hustling young New- Yorker who wai ishcd in a branch of the oil business, had set out to get the patronage of a certain firm. Tho head of the concern was reluctant to make a change. "The oil we havo been getting is not unsatisfactory," said he, "and I fail to see why we should make a change Are there any extra inducements you can offer? How do you propose to improve on the old qual- ts THE VOTE IN PENNSYLVANIA The Unoniolrvl rootlnct o( the ICaturn Show -- at the Kepubllcan Plurality l'or Trrmurer Is 100,313. ' ' j j Nov. 11. Complete llgurcs from ovcry county in tho state, ticni'ly nil of them unofficial footings Df tho roturns. show that tho plurality of Ilnrrett, republican candidate for state treasurer, over Creasy, democrat, la 100, 315. "YictimJ of tea poisoning are becoming Marmingly prevalent. Women demand tho life and variety of Health, and instead of doing it naturally by building up their systems they resort to tea. They should take liostet-tc- r s Stomach Bitters instead. By strengthening the digestive organs this brings beauty and good spirits. It tones up the nerves, drives away the blues, regulates the bowels and enres all forms of dyspepsia. All druggists soil it. Tea Polaonlttff. A WOMAN ..,, Anticipated News. dele-gra- 3wcd& Swuabwuffg Tho full voto was: Darnctt, rep., 430,790; Creasy, dcm., 830,673; Caldwell, pro., 10.803. Total vote, 784,220, a slight Mr. Isaacs (In Cbicago)-fI- sh dcr a fer Mr. Isaacs savin' dot his shtoro has pureed down in New York? Hotel Telegraph Operator Nol Nonel ."Veil, vhen von gomes schoost sendt it right up to my room, bleasel Puck. HELPS WOMEN "In this way," was the prompt answer. proposo to give the business my personal rcrfect Confidence. attention, I intend to put some of my brains Perfect confidence is desirable between into every barrel of oil we send out." couples engaged to be married, but it is not The rejoinder pleased the old gentleman, always that the young woman has as fine and he became a customer. opportunity to establish it ns did a Nor en A few months later the hustling young ristown belle, to whom a wealthy bachelor man was obliged to make a journey, and had been paying assiduous attention. After in his absence, through some oversight, tho worrying her a cood dcnl about how many quality of oil was allowed to deteriorate. young men had been in love with her. and It was quickly noted, and a letter now on how many she had been attached, to, he file in the office records one of the protests. asked her to marry him, ridding: It reads: "Gentlemen: When wo wera "Now let there be perfect confidence induced to use your product we were asus. Keep nothing concealed from sured that Mr. Blank put some of bis brains me." every of deeply regret "Certainly," replied the giddy girl; "let Intoobserve barrel Mr.oil. We is threatened to Blank that us have no concealments; and, jumping with paresis." Washington Star. up, she snatched the wig he wore from IrS head and danced around the room with Dlar. "I Record. To liOi Ansclea nnil Southern "!all-fornl- n. Every Friday night, at 10:35 p, a., a through Tourist Car for Los Angeles and Southern California, leaves the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. l'aul llailway Union Passenger Station, Chicago, via Omaha, Colorado Springs and Salt hake City, for all points in Colorado, Utah, Nevada and Cab lfornia. In addition to the regular Pullman porter, each car is accompanied by an intelligent, competent and courteous "courier," who will attend to the wants of passengers on route. This is an entirely new feature of tourist car service and will be appreciated by families or by ladies traveling alone. Particular attention is paid to tho care of children, who usually get weary on a long journey. These tourist cars are sleeping can supplied with all the acccssoncs necessary to make the journey comfortable and pleasant, and the berth rate (each berth will accommodate two persons ) is onlv 0.00 from Chi cago to California. Ask the nearest ticket agent for a tourist car folder, or address uco it. Jieatiord, uencrai Pass, and Ticket Agent, Chicago, 111. Coin Mining and Milling Co., is In luck. They have recently struck a wonderful deposit of gold on their properties. As a result the stock of the Gold Coin Co. has doubled in value. Many of tho patrons of the John A. Salzer Seed Co. are owners of Gold Coin Stock. The mines arc located in tho Seven Devil Struck It Henry A. Salzer, Manager of tho John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., also President of the Idaho Gold District, Idaho. True to She What a good picture He No, it isn't. I was not well, and I looked like an idiot that morning. She (intently studying the photograph) Well, it looks exactly like you, anyway. Judge. 1 Nntre Jimon Crovr, Oscnrrllle, Gn., Sayat "I feel it my duty to write nnd let you know what your medicine, '5 Drops,' lias dono for me. I have had rheumatism about IS years, but was able to be up most of the time, until a year ago last May, when I was taken down and not able to move about. A man's favorite joke is that he is related About six weeks ago I saw your advertise- nomination." to the church by marriage. Atchison ment and wrote for a sample bottle. After MnrjliindN Ofllclnl Vole. Globe. taking a few doses, it did mc to much good HAi.TiMoitE, Md., Nov. 14. The that I ordered some more for myself nnd There Js one thing worse than not having friends and in every case it hss done woncount of tho ballots cast at last anything good to cat. and that is to have it ders and given perfect satisfaction. Dr. and not be able to eat it. Ledger Monthly. Woodliff, my family physician, who has had Tuesday's election give Col. John Walrheumatism 15 years, is ta Sine 'C Drops,' and ter Smith, democratio candldato for Like Oil Upon Troubled Waters is Hale's the most efficient rheumatic med- governor, 12,121 plurality over Lownloney of Horohound and Tar upon a cold. says it ishas ever used. May 31, 1809." icine he Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute. The above refers to "5 Drops," a perfect des, republican incumbent. Col. Smith euro for rhenmatism, kidncy.iind all kin- carried Haiti mo re city by 8,101. Can; man isn't always the pink dred complaints. Tho proprietors. Swan The well-reaof perfection. Chicago Dally News. son Rheumatic Co., 101 Lake St., Chicago, dldates for other state offices did not offer to send a 2oc. sample bottle for only run more than a few hundred votes 10c. during the next 30 days. Be sure to read behind tho leader on the democratic KIDNEY DISEASE, their advertisement of last week. tfckoU d Increase over the voto for stnto treasEvery reader of this paper should give urer in ISO", nnd 185,041 less than the special heed to the offers which are appearto week M. the voto for governor last year. Darnctt ing from week mammothbymail Johnhouse Smyth Co., the order was tho victim of considerable cutting, of Chicago. In this issue will be found their ho falling about 58,200 votes below advertisement of a thoroughly s sewing machine, at the astound-inglUrown, tho republican candidate for low price of $14.25. Coming as this ofsupremo court judge. Harnett carried fer and other offers do from a house with a His pluralities commercial rating of over one million dol10 of the 07 counties. lars, and of the highest character, they mark In tho two larger counties of Philadelan opportunity that the shrewd buyer will Allegheny were 60,543 and not be slow to take advantage of. The John phia anil Mr Smyth Co., 150 to 100 West Madison 14,709 respectively. street, will send their mammoth catalogue, in which is listed at wholesale prices everyIlrltMi Comment on the Election. thing to eat, wear and use, on receipt of Loxijok, Nov. 10. Tho Dally News, only ,10 cents to partly pay postage or and even this 10 cents is allowed on commenting upon the American elecfirst purchase amounting to one dollar. tion, says it believes Mr. llryan has no chauco for tho presidency, and that In Old Mlrnionrl. Mr. McKlnlcy has ovcry reason to liopo Mrs. Goodwin Here's a quarter, poor (or a second tortn. President McKln- mifu But tell me, pray, what ever brought lcy, it declares, will now havo frco you' to this miserable state? Dusty Rhoades Me autcrmobeol, ma'am. hands in tho Philippines. Neverthe- I wss tourin' t'rough Iowa, an' I axerdent-lstray'd across de line, see? Chicago Evenless bo hud better make haste to win. ing News. Ho has obtained a sort of renewed Thero is moro Catarrh in this section ot lease of public confidence, but nothing the country than all other diseases put tomore. gether, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many fienntor Driivw on the KIpoMous. doctors disease, Nkw YoitK, Nov. 10. Senator Chauu-:c- y yearsprescribed pronounced it a local by conand local remedies, and M. Depcw was asked for his vlowa stantly falling to cure with local treatment, on tho election. "I regard this elec- pronounced it incurable. Science has proven be a-tion as an endorsement of President catarrh torequires constitutional disease, and constitutional treatment. McKiulcy's administration. It proves therefore Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. that tho American people havo nt so Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only lute confidenco in him. To my rainu, constitutional cure on the market. It is 10 to a and I am not speaking idly, it settles taken internally in doses from on dropsblood teaspoonful. It acts directly the the question beyond doubt of tho next and mucous surfaces of the system. They presidency. I believe that it means offer one hundred dollars for any case it that Mr. McKlnlcy will be t ha. nominee fails to cure. SendF.for circulars &,and testimonials. Address J. Cheney Co., Toof the republican party and that Mr. ledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. llryan will again secure tho democratio firt-clasy y aro women everywhere who suffer almost because they cannot brine; themselves to tell all about their ills to a physician. Such women can surely explain their symptoms and their suffering by letter to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass. , for the con fidence reposed in her has never been violated. Over a million women havo been helped by her advice and medicine. Mrs. Pinkham in attending to her vast correspondence is assisted by women only. If you are ill, don't delay. Her reply will cost you nothing and it will be a practical help as it was to Miss Ella E. Brenner, East Rochester, Ohio, who says: " I shrunk from the ordeal of examination by our physician, yet I knew I must have treatment. My troubles wero backache, nervous tired feeling, painful menstruation and leucorrhcea. I am so grateful to you now that I am willing to have my name published to help other girls to take their troubles to you. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound used as you wrote me has made me entirely well and very happy. I shall bless you as long as I live." Mrs. Pinkham receives thousands of such letters from grateful women. Miss Nellie Russell, of 138 Grace St., Pittsburg, Pa., rw . i r sm ."'ii in a letter to Mrs. PinkJsfe.-aaTXW -ham says : ' From child s?rc7w hood I suffered from kidney trouble and as I grew older my troubles increased having intense pain running from my waist to my womb and the menses were very painful. One day, seeing your advertisement in one of our papers, i wrote to you. "When your reply came I began taking your Compound and followed your advice and am now in perfect health, and would advise any lady rich or poor to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which I can praise above all other remedies. It is a wonderful help to women." THERE j &3vtnLxw u cfj rbtf 1 civ w STj ftWVWVWVVVV JOHN M SMYTH CO R, 'MAIL-ORDE- ' They were inspecting the Texas. "Tho place we have just left," explained her as they went beloiv, "is called the gun deck." "I see," she exclaimed, brightly. "And I suppose that place down there where they re raking the fires is called the poker deck." Philadelphia Record. rt dAMMOW HOUSI 'a!2 l3 T50 (WtCT CHICAGO MAOISON to 6e The Office Boy "Only three more days before ray vacation I" The Fixture "You ought not to wish away your time." Tho Office Boy "I ain t. I m only wishing away the boss time so that my time can begin. -- Boston Transcnpt. Somehow baldness is far more contagious thaw goodness. Chicago Daily News. $14,25 iSI4i25 The Best A Well-arhljli-Ernd- maenmeon for Our carm At the Prlco, $14.25 "MELBA" Sowing Machine. o Sewins mscliino equal 4 Caused by Internal Catarrh, rrompuy turea oy jre-ru-u- a. J. II. Caldwell, a prominent member of the Louisiana State Legislature, says for the following in regard to a neighbor sued you, I suppose?" Boston Traveler. vhei4 ltnt.s on Actuunt of TiiunUsgl7ln Da Tin Illc Four. On November 29 nnd 80, tho popular Big Four Koute will soil tlckots to n. illstnnc ol 1D0 miles from fctnrtlnfr point nt a rate ol How It Sonmleil. "My daughter's music," sighed the mother, "has been a great expense." ''Indeed!" returned the guest. "Som lnro for the round trip Tickets will bo good ui to and including Do cembcr 1, 1809. For full informut'io ns t tickets, rates and limits, call on Big Foul ngontH or Warren J. Lynch, O.P. A., CIn ciunatl. j. . . The Bachelor Defined. A Dallas mothet with five grown daughters defines a bachelo' as a "miserable coward who has lost th opportunity of a lifetime." Dallas News. 1 National Committee Meeting. THE MARKETS. Ci.kvei.and, O., Nov. 14. After a Cincinnati. consultation Monday between Senator LIVE STOCK Cattle.comtaon 8 2 6S Nov.3 11 fa 73 . 'Dcipct omenors i na iv M. A. Hanna and Mr. Charles P. Dlck.j I.VK9-K- olr to (rood lljrht.. 6 00 t 0 M chairman and secretary resDcctivolr.of 3 ti u coarse ana ueavy 3 8i 3 85 44 3 M WlxcJ Packers the National republican comtnUCeei 10 3 o u liiRht Hhtpners IEEI'-Cho3 to is .1 73 uicic announccu iiiai it iiau ucuuucviu-c- d tAMHS-Snrl- lca nu 4 75 Si 4 85 to call tho committco together on fFLOUK Winter patent 3 3i 3 B u to wueai no. area ukain 3 ml Friday, December 15 next, at WashingNo. H C9 35 Go Corn No. 2 mixed ton, to namo the time and plnco for Oats-2 & KM holding tho next national republican Hye No. 2. & 0) 12 5) ITAY Prime to cholca convention. PhOVI.-IO73 Mess pork !teiti1tlloiii No. , Concjratnlitlory Telrc;riin. Washington, Nov. 10. Tho president " Tlie Heat Prescription for Chill and Fovcr a bottlo of Gitovn's Tasthlesi CniMi'oNia Itis slmplylroniiudqulninolii u tasteless form. No euro -- no pay. Prlco.oOc. Snarlcy They're a bad family. The father plays tho stock market and the son Worse Vet. tho races. Yow You'd think they were virtues il you heard tho daughter play tho piano. Syracuse Herald. To Cure a Cold In Una Dnjr Tako Laxatlvo Bromo Qulnino Tablets. All aruggistsrofundroonoylfltfallstocuro. good 20c, voto in this county for the head of the FLOUR Winter patent The great trouble seems to be that bad No. 2 red followt,: Nash 2,308, Mcluck Is natural, while people arc compelled ticket was as Corn Mixed...., Lean, 2,080, Jones 832. For senator: Oam Mixed to work for good luck. Atchison Globe. Tlghtman, rop., 2,373; Nettleton, dem., PORK-M- css LARU-Ste- am Consumption 3.143. without For representative: Lehman, I have used Piso's Cure for Send for free catarrh book. Address Dr. both in my family and practice. Dr. G. Goar, dem., 3,100. Patrick's Hartman, Columbus, O. W. Patterson, Inkster, Mich., Nov. 0, 1891. 3,355; a dis-rasaRAIN-Wncal-plu-rallt- y, well, Robelinc, La. Gilbert Hofer, Grays, Ky., says in a litter dated March 7th, 1891: "I have used and I am well of four bottles of my catarrh, and it cured my Ilright's I had been troubled for two years. 1 weigh twenty pounds more than I did before I was taken sick. I shall never bo years with tho very best results for catarrhal diseases. I shall never be "without it. I never fail to recommend it when an opportunity presents itself." J. II. Cald "I Hon. have used J. II. Caldwell. a for a numbci ol The man who is sure it doesn't do anj to kick should never join a football team. Elliott's Magazine. It requires no experience to dye with PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. Simply boiling goods in the dye is all that's necessary Sour uy all druggists. received a great many congratulatory telegrams Wednesday afternoon. Ho expressed himself ns well pleased with tho result ot tho elections, especially In. Ohio. Ho got n telegram from Nlles, his birthplace, which gratified him exceedingly. It stated that there had been a republican gain thcro of over 400. Tlio Ncbraika Vote. Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 11. Complete returns from 87 of tho 00 counties in the state glvo Holcomb, fusion, 103,051; Reese, rep., 00,259, a fusion majority of Remaining counties, baaed on 13,003. last rear's vote, will make tho fusion majority in the state 14,000. Fusion. Ists elect Neville to congress in the Sixth district. Ashland Odlolal Vote. Ashland, O., Nov. 10. Tho official dairy. Dim Choice cre.imciy , APPLES Choice to fancy rOTATOES-P- or brl nit-Ch- oice I.iird O 4 60 17 15 (a, (ft 27 2 50 2 00 140 to 1 M 3 SO tion la material or workmanship. The stand I made of the best Iron and la nicely proportioned. The cabinet work is perfect and la furnished in yonr cliolco of antique, ok or walnut. It lias seven drawers oil handsomely carved and with nickel-platering pulls. The mechanical construction Is equal to that of any machine regardless of price. All working part aro of the best perfootly Sored tool steal, erery bearluff make tbo and adjusted 90 as to runnlne qualities the lightest, most per- leciana nearest iioiscicasol any uiacuiuo rnado. This Sewlnir Machine has all tho latest Improvements. It makes a perfect and LOCK STITCll, and will do the J)st work on either tho lightest muslins or heaviest cloths, sowing over seams and rougfi places without skipping stitches, A full let of and enclifeed in a handsome plush-linebest steel attachments, nicely nickel-platemetal, Japanuml box, and a complete assortment ot accessories and book of Instruction FURNISHED FREB with each machine. two W8shlpthIsmachInoO.O.D.snbJecttonpproval.onrecoIptof ftfl nAVC TRIAI dollars. If, on examination you are convinced that wo aro savins OIF UHIJ inlHI.. you 53 orSW on agent's price, pay the balance and trelffht charges then try tho machine. If notsatlsfledatanytlmowlthln60daysstnd tlio machine back to us at our expense and wo will refund tho fnllpurehaso price d oil-terunl-for- m d d to what others aro asklnjr $25.00 to $13.00 for. Guaranteed by us for 30 years from data of purchase, against any Imperfec- $14.25 CHICAGO. FLOUIt Winter potent,... GKAiN Wheat No. 2 im No. 3 Chicago No. 3 CO COHN-POHK-McLAltD-Stc- DATs No. ss. un 2 2 spring.... 87 C3 C3 which is listed st lowest wholesale prices In vorythTng to oat wear and use.is furnish ed on receipt of only 10? to partly pay ioi 65 a 7 70 NEW YORK. 3 60 31' & 3iX 8 15 25 23M flloOft postage or expressage and as evidence" gooa loun me iut is suowea on irst purchase amounting to I9? or above. MoMrrtlV "c;aociirtYfll6)t UfcT rain FLOUR Wlnterpatent COUN No. 3 mixed WHEAT-No.2red....t 3 75 72 40 HYK OAT f9 -- M PORK Now Mess LAKU Western HALTIMORF-FLOUR-Famllv Mixed 0 25 It 5 40 3M is 31 t 50 ORAIN Southern Corn-Mi- xed Wheat-N- o. 2 red 3 25 67X white Kve No. 2 western CATTLE-Fl- rst quality UOOS Western, INDIANAPOLIS. Oats No. 2 GRAIN-Wheat-- 6i ffl 37XU 20 Si (r& 07J, CSW 37 5 !S 4 75 4 75 4 60 No. Corn Oats No. No. 2 mixed,, 2 mlxe J 2 red.... 3 45 LOUISVILLE. LIKE FINDING MONEY. The use of the Endless Chain Starch Book in the p'urchaso of "Rod Cross" and "Hubinfjer's Best" starch, makes It just like finding money. Why, for 07 only Sc you are enabled to get one large 10c package of "Red Cross" starch, 3 one large 10c package of " Hublnger's Best" starch, with the premiums, two 2K Shakespeare panels, printed in twelve beautiful colors, or one Twentieth Century Girl Calendar, embossed in gold. Ask your grocer for this starch and' 3 55 , obtain the beautiful Christmas presents free. 71 &S 0 25 0 00 0 50 25j 36V ZOu 4U4r tllCti o 1 1 2Mfi.M. A5 kJ rsVV "2H. 974. Tho New York Assembly. Nkw Youk, Nov. 10. -- Returns received jlNCME: I from up tho stato Wednesday increase the republican assembly membership to 03 against 57 democrats, a republican gain of Boston, 13. A Ifyuwiu - sena us 4sc we 'will send you 'Pemorest'a Family Magazine fn, ihrea months and give you two handsome pictures in ten colors, exact repro entire republican stato ticket was elected 9 Tuesday, tho democrats aro jubilant victory in electing their over tho party city ticket in Boston. Toi.Kno, over 8,000 Voted for Jones Only. O., Nov, 10. Thero Uemooratlo Victory in lloston. Nov. 10. While tho i Conducted California t Excursions Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells. " Leader " loaded with Smokeless powder and " New Superior to all other brands for UNIFORMITY, RELIABILITY AND STRONG SHOOTING QUALITIES. I Rival" loaded with Black powder. Via the Santa Fc Route. Th ree tl mes a week from Chlcara and Kansas City. Twice a week from St. Paul and I I ductions of famous oil They are 8 paintings. by JJi Inches. This offer ot this great tamny magazine Is only good for 60 days. is your Dreatn badr" Then your best friends turn their heads aside. A bad breath means a bad liver. Ayer's Pills are liver pills. They cure constipation, biliousness, dyspepsia, sick headache. 25c. All druggists. Want your moustache or btard a beautiful urown or rirn uisck 7 Tnen uae were ballots cast in tho election here on which tho voter voted for no other caudldato for any ofllco but Jones. I'ortuce County's Vote. , BUCKINGHAM'S DYE fit e. P.annT, f. 9 M.Ll A Co BO W Ue K.im'i., Ravenna, O., Nov. 10. Portage coun2,070; N. H. ty gives Nash 8,520; McLean write iu DEMOREST'S 110 FIFTH MAGAZINE Art Department AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY 83 & 3.50 SHOES Worth S4 to $6 compared. wun otnor maKos. 1,000,000 wearers. Th Genuine lre W. h i baa nrtBir! A3 m0tmmmrt A'E VI Jones 050. Sperra, republican boss and candldato for probato judge, wins by 30. $44W4W4i&!?h3ftM?i.ifi. f Manager California Tourist Service, The Atchison, Topeka & Santa f o Railway, 109 Adams Street, CHICAGO. Minneapolis, Once a week from St. Iouls and 'liostou. In Improved Pullman tourist sleeping cars. Better than ever before, at lowest possible rates. Experienced excursion conductors. Also dally service between Chicago nnd California. Correspondence solicited. T. A. GRADY. Winchester Shells are for sale by all dealers. Insist upon (having them when you buy and you will get the best. f Dont Rent . Jone Carried Uanrm's l'reclnot, Ci.KVKi.xKr, O., Nov. 10. Jones car- Indorsed Iit ovir dTe Jei'miincntly rl Qrt ni TTtlWfS WHffilI Cured. No fltsornerr- I OotitnessafiuMlrstdususeorDr.Kllnfi's Nerro Restorer, trial bottlo and trcntlsa (rea. Dn.lt. U.KLIN K,J,id. lBl ArobSUI,blln..ra. m ra tfu ISiliHQaVvuR ill fills 8rup. F Beet Congb in um. W WmJ J Igf sola u aaa tr otiiniiu. Tuten f Good. Dea ITm XJ Douglas' nam? and "Price) tVjK stamped on Diittom. itK no luDsmuic ciaimca to Your dealer. as rood. snouia keet incm ir not. wo will send cur nti rereint ni mice. ziiaiB kind ol either, ilie, and width, plain a cap tot. Catalogue D tree. W. U OOUSLAS SHOE CO,, finjcktM, M?w ried Hauiia's own precinct. Hanna's precinct is C, Forty-firward. It gave Nash 59 votvs, McLean 51 and Jones st hfSi.'y 253. Jones' Voie Toledo, cmnpkto gives Jones, for governor, '"' 1,511 plurality ever Nash. In Euoss County. O.,, Nov. 10. Lucas coilny mm Dr. ffutTi Fills cure Dy'Ptptia. Trial, zoforje. Send for "Inrentor's Primer" aud' lrntottYourldc,'7. Mllo II. Btcvrna its Jo., Washington. 1). U. .Established ltl. Uranobet: Chicago. Cleveland, Detroit. ContultutionfTW. Vis sure Refuse COUGH SYRUP substitutes. M CettheKcnutne. "ures nil Throat and Luna Affections. DrBullsN ESTABLISH A HOME OF YOUR OWN Dr. Williams' Indian Pile ointment trill cure lillnd, llleediug and Itcbtna I'iles. it absorbs tb5 tumors, allays tbe ltcb-lo- g at once, acta as a iioultlno. gives lostant re- B lot.' rrpparea for 1'lic and I IneottbeDrlTats parts, AtdruKKlslsorbr mall on receipt of prlco. fiO cents and Cl.OO. SUQ. CO., l'rops., CL1VSLAND, OUIO. WILLIAMS E .nKB Read "The Corn Belt," a handsome monthly paper, beautifully illustrated, contalnihg exact and truthful information about farm lands in the West, letters from farmers and pictures of their homes, barns and stock. Interesting and instructive. Send 2$ cents in. postage stamps for a year's sub scription to " I HE CORN UELT, Adams bt., Chicago, "VlRTERSlNK Makes writing a comfort. e:m-- Top Snan Complete Double " FISH-TA- uunOik l roan uxi( UU A Uf O.IMENT stiii IUI 00. 3 A. N. K.- -E WIIEX TVKITINQ TO ABYBRTISsU please state Hint you saw the AdTrUf saai in ibis iuir. ? C "t wV-- i v - v, I -,.-'1.