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AND AMERICAN NAVY Annual Report of Secretary Lonjf a Document of Unusual Interest. SANTA CRUZ. Towns Taken bjr American Troopi Aculnalilo II. ported to lie In limine In the Mountain). Protest Entered Affalnst Seating bv jb;t Ii-- From Utah, the Member-Elec- t Manila, Dec. C. A dispatch from Santa Cruz, province of Ilocos, for Although Ilobert. Va Not Sworn In J y II Il.conim.ncli Three Armored Cruli.n warded by courier to San Fabian, says lie 8cued a teat This, Howof 13,000 Ton. Twelre Gunboat. that Gen. Young, with three troops of ever, Wat bjr an Accident of UOO Tom, anil Three Protect- tho 3d cavalry and .Maj. Peyton C Ilendenoi a. Speaker. cd Cruisers of 8,000 Ton. March's battalion of tho 33d infantry, Washington. Dec, 6. Appropriate arrived at Santa Cruz Monday. The Washington, Dec. 4. The annual re- Americans left Ilamapacan, province tribute to the memory of the late Vice port of tho secretary of the navy just of Union, Monday morning, expecting President Hobart was paid 'by tho senmade public Is a document of unusual to have a hard fight at Tagudin, in ate Monday at its first session of the interest, dealing nqt only with tho South Ilocos province, but th,cy found 50th congress. Tho session lasted only work of tho navy,lrtrlnp the past year, on arriving there that COO rebels, un- 33 minutes and only the most formal and important recommendations for der Gen. Tino, had evacuated 30 hours and necessary business was' transacted. future, but also discussing important before, deserting an almost impregna- After the adoption of tho routine resoquestions relating to tho navy, includ- ble position. lutions and the administration to tho ing tho authorization ol 18 new wax The insurgents had been entrenched new members of the- oath of office, ships, tho imperative need of at Tagudin, on the north side of the Senator Sewell, of New Jersey, sp.'ctal legislation in tho early river, whero a hundred well discifitting resolutions upon tho days of congress for armor of the plined troops could have slaughtered death of the vice president; the resobest quality that can be obtained, and a whole brigade crossing the rlvei lutions were ordered to be communithe proposition that tho thanks of with tho mon up to their armpits In. cated to tho house of representatives congress bo given to tho commander-in-chie- f water. and the sesslonon motion of Mr. Kcan, of the North Atlantic squadTho residents of Tagudin received of New Jersey, was suspended. ron and to tho officers and men under tlio Americans outside tho town with Enormous crowds witnessed tho his command for tho part they took in a brass band. They had been robbed opening scenes in the house Monday. tho naval operations at Santiago. of almost everything by the insurgents The principal fnterest centered in ho Tlicso larger items of tho report and were glad to welcome friendly and disposition of tho case of Mr. Roberts, rccoivo extended attention at tho protecting troops. the Mormon representative from Utah. hands of Secretary Long. As to tho A similar reception awaited Gen. Those who anticipated a sensational Tho incrcaso of tho navy ho says: Young, at Santa Cruz. Prominent denouement were disappointed. 'Tlio number of large, swift and citizens headed by a band, escorted progtoramo outlined by the republican powerful armored cruisers of great tho American ofllccrsto houses, whero leaders at their conference on Friday coal endurance in our navy is largely rest and refreshments were offered. night was partly carried out. The ob. disproportionate to the rest of tho Gen. Young's command was almost jeetion to the administration of the naval establishment. Tho experience without food. The men had been liv- oath to Mr Roberts was entered by Mr. of the last year has also shown tho ing on the country, which affords but Taylor, of Ohio, as predicted and ho nccd'of seycral smaller vessels, usually little, and tho horses were completely stepped aside without protest except classed' as gunboats. It is therefore, worn out, most of them without shoes. to ask" if by doing so ho waived any of recommended that congress be reTo this tho speaker, reThe inhabitants of Santa Cruz and his rights. quired to authorize the construction of other towns through which tho sponded in tho negative. of tho following vessels: Thero was not' a protest from any Americans passed say that Aguinaldo "First Throo armored cruisers of and his entire refugee array havo.gono quarter against the objection to tho about 13,000 tons 'trial displacement, into the mountains eastward since tho administration of the oath to Mr. Robof a maximum draft at deep load not Oregon, Samar and Callao attacked erts. But on tho contrary the otily to cxcccdJJO feet, carrying tlio heaviest Vigan and landed a force there. voice raised except that of Mr. T.iy armor anamost powerful ordnance for In scvcrnl towns Gen. Young was lor's was .that of Mr. McRac, a demovessels of their class, to bo so sheathed shown lottcrs written by Lieut. crat of Arkansas, who joined with Mr. and tojhavo the highest practicable Glllmore, showing that he had been Taylor in his protest. Mr. Taylor ofspeed and grcatradius of action. kindly treated by the citizens and had fered his resolution to refer the case Twelvcjgunboats of about been entertained by them .when ho to a special committee but, by mutual . "Second 000 tons trial displacement, to bo passed through last May. arrangement, the consideration of tlio shgathedjand Coppered? . wffiffii Reports indlcato that all tho Amor resolution was.postponed xiotlftSTugsj rrecnrv.ractm vm.1 sa r- h.au prlsoneriTsonitJ SS'tor m't w co. throa nroloeted erlllseraFof "about onc timo in Ilenguot province, but it is in connection wun mo organization 8,000 tons trial displacemtr carrying supposed now that they have been remight bo transacted Monday. Although Mr. Roberts was not sworn tho most powerful ordnanco for ves- moved into Lcpanto province. sels of this class, to be sheathed and Gen. Young's dcslro is to pursue tho in Monday ho secured a scat. Thi&vv coppered and to have the highest rebels into tho mountains. There is however, was by an accident pure and practical spcod and great radius of no communication between his small simple. In tho seat drawing lottery action." command and any of tho other Amer- no provision had been mado for Mr. Tho secretary adds in this communiican .co'lumns, except Indlroctly, per- Roberts, but when the drawing was cation that the 8,000 ton protected haps, by sighting and signaling United completed two others as well as himcruisers are considered better adapted States gunboats bound to or from self had not been provided with scats, to tho present needs of tho navy than Manila. and the speaker asked and secured from tho house general permission foi tho 10,000 ton ships required last year. ComCapt. Rumbold with 35 men of He also asks that if satisfactory bids pany G, Sid Infantry, while escorting thoso members who had not drawn can not be obtained for tho new ships the signal corps laying tho wire froni siats to make such selections as they authority bo given to build them at Torac to Florida Blanca, charged and could. Under this authority Mr. Robtho United States navy yards. routed 70 insurgcuts, killing a captain erts got a scat in an obscure portion of Concerning moro war ships, tho sec- and several privates. Tho Americans the hall. The election of Speaker Henderson retary says: found on the captain the sword and re'The most, important question per- volver that wero taken from tho and his induction Into office; the aptaining to naval construction at tho body of Naval Cadet Welborn C. Wood, pointment of the usual committees to present time, and ono that demands who was killed' by tho insurgents wait upon the president; the seat prompt attention, i's that of tho armor while in command of the gunboat Ur drawing contest, with the usual amusfor vessels now building and for others daneta, when that vessel was captured ing features, went off without a hitch. Tho only other feature out of the ordl authorized but not yot contracted for, In the Oraui river. on account of tho provision in tho act near nary was the adoption of tho Reed Col. Hood, while reconnoitcring of March 3, 1S00, prohibiting tho San Miguel, drove a forco of Insur- rules for tho present congress. The department from contracting for gents from Ildefonso, killing democrats knew it was futllo to moro of ' tho vessels therein authorized until Five Americans wero slightly than protest against tho adoption contract has been made for the armor wounded. these rules after the republicans had decided upon this course in caucus, theroforo within SSOO a ton. Tho prlco A press dispatch from Dagupan, conand the debate upon the resolution to fixed is ono for which even inferior advices later than those from armor can not be obtained and tho de- taining Cruz, says adopt them was very brief. They wero that Gen. Young partment thoreforo has been unablo to Sau la to find Aguinaldo in Ilenguot adopted by a strict party vote. hopes Representative Grosvenor, of Ohio, invite proposals for1 the three battlepass, and to capture him Monday introduced a bill for the erecships and tho three armored cruisers mountain entrances to llenguo Ben there, lioth a authorized by tho act of March 3, 1899. guct are fortified. Tvo troops of tho tion of a memorial arch on tho , battlefield. "It is urgently recommended that in 8d cavalry will reinforce Gen. Young tho early days of its next session conLively competition occurred in the gress enact such special legislation, by In tho pass. house for tho honorof jntroducing tho first measures. joint resolution or otherwise, as may THE SHIPPING BILL. By general consent everything gave bo necessary to enable the department to mnko. contracts early In the coming Itepresentntlve 1'uyne Introduces It In the way to tho caucus financial bill, after which' tho initial bills wcra as follows: year for 7,358 tons of armor of tho best Home Nearly the Same at One By Mr. Tawnoy, Minnesota, to requality that can bo obtained in this Introduced Lait Year. classify railway postal clerk's, and also country for tho Maine, Ohio and MisWashington, Dec. 5. Tho shipping a bill defining butter and regulating souri, and that the provision of the act bill was introduced in tho house Mon- tho salo of oleomargarine. ot March 3 1800, .limiting tho prico of The first joint resolution was by Mr. armor to S300 por ton, and tho restric- day by Representative Payne, of Now preCapron (Ct) for a constitutional tion preventing tho armored vessels York, who with Senator Ilanna pared and introduced tho bill last year. amendment against admitting polyga-mist- s thorolh' authorized from bclnf conall to congress. tracted for until tho armor therefor is Mr. Payno says It is the samo inbill, the former essential particulars Among the other measures in Moncontracted for, be removed. except that a provision is madothat day's deluge of bills are those giving "Whatever may be tho future action "the bounties shall not exceed S!M00,-00- 0 to states tho 'custody of 'accoutrements of congress regarding tho establishannually and that foreign built b.f Philippilid'vohinteerst-amandlnthe ment of a' government armor factory, ships having American registcry sh'all pension laws; providing, for the elecit can hardly .affect the supply of armor 80 per cent, of the bounty tion of senators by the, people; for a for the Maine, Ohio and Missouri, as it have only rates provided. In case tho total 'constitutional amendment allowing' imwill under any circumstances bo bounties earned exceed '89,000,000, a the prestdent to negotiate treaties of practicable to obtain it from such a pro rata allowance. Is to be made. peace terminating a, war; giving to source in rcasonablo time to complcto The bill provides a compensation of veterans of ..the Spanish war tho Same tho vessels nbove referred to." cents por gross ton for each 100 rights under the civil service,, as arc An Orphan Anyluru for Cuban Children. nautical mllos'covercd by sail or steam enjoyed by veterans of tho civil war. New Yojik, Dec. 4. A movement for vessels, outward or homeward bound, A pretty incident preliminary to' the tho raising of funds' for a memorial up to 1,500 miles each way, and after mcoting of tho house of representaorphan asylum' for Cuban children, that. 1 cent per gross ton for each 100 tives occurred in tho speaker's office which shall bear tho namo of Mrs. nautical miles covered. An additional whero Gen. Ilendcrson was presented Thurston, tho first wifo of Senator allowance is mado to fast steamships, 'with, a handsome silk flag on a staff John M. Thurston, and who died short- beginning with 1 cent per gross- ton, cut from the. campus of his old college ly after a visit sho made to" Cuba, was for each 100 miles bj a 15 knot ship at Fayette, la. Several ladles particiitartcd Sunday., night in the Madison and slightly higher rates as1 the speed pated in tho presentation and Gen. Avenue Presbyterian church under tho of the ship increases. Tho bill also Henderson informally responded with, msplccs of the Thurston Memorial as makes these merchant steamship a reference tb tho kindly, persona loalatton. available as auxiliary naval vessels. and patriotic character of tho gifl ton-dapre-tent- cd -- h; ".. f MODDER RIVER CASUALTIES. r IletalU of the e ., Killed and Woundnd of Gen. u. w nro irti,Niu, um me i.o rrigntrui. THE LINCOLN COUNTY ("--r- LtiKpON, Dec. 4. The war office has received the following' from Gen. NATIO mUt A En M,n AVK. .3. v I 'Qape Town, Friday,. Dec 1. Gen. Gatdcre reports no change in the sit uation. "'"G;n. French has made a rcconnols-san- c from Naauwpbort to Rosmead. "The-,troop- OF STAFFORD, ICY. Go,, Bank and remaining' at Modder river for tho reconstruction of the b?id?r Am reinforcing him., with EMI., Ilfffhjandcrs and a cavalry corps. I!bti. artillery, tho Canadian regi And continuously under same management for 29 ,yearrj. mcul? Australian contingents and thrai, battalions of infantry moved up Solicits your Bank account hoping; such, bu'ssiness rela- itOLUw'De Aar and Belmont line." ARliurmised the British dead and dons will prove materially profitable and pleasant. wotrjljcd at the battle of Modil.er river number hundreds. Up to tt'jp q'clock Saturday afternoon only tliexr.tre total, 438, of which number J. J. S. Owsley. Sr. J. E .Lynn. J. Williams. 73 Wi'Vdkillcd, had been glvon out William Gooch. J. F. Cash,-- ... Lovdon, Dec. 5. There is little S. H. Shanks. iurif.ir, news from the seat of war. A. W. Carpenter. W. H. J. B. Owsley, venthq latest accounts of the battle at MoUtkir river fall to give an intelll jr z- usiiiuin.. jtr. gent'dea of what happened. There is a fang of disappointment and respecting Gen. Lord s'llgbVi Ho Is '' 'itiyn. s returned Mcthuen's to-da- x Capital $100,000. Successors to Farmers Trust. v flesh wound Is w Aif f &l AlVrUKU, '.' ' jtv yt- - "T hard-foug- DIBEOTOES. . Cummin',- x. JV :v , A, i. j frj. p. . 4 J. B. Owsley, Casliier W. M. Bright, Asst 9. snanttH, Mclfe, MabUKB, Nov. CO. Gen. JouK'rfc has returned to Estcourt and is novf blowing up Colcnso bridge. He bnya.u large herd of cattle and intends concentrating his troops around Lad- LqSBKNZO ,jS5S2S' w . THE CAROLINE ISLANDS. The C.efm nn tiovornors of the Inland Ar- wat .! at Yap Nor. 3, Uolpan Nov. 10, and at I'onape Oct. 3. WILLIS GRIFFIN,; $indL ' Mit!G ... , " -- &.itf.iL' ?'.'!: j-- i ' ifi - Ur'-Mpw- . yj, .w- -- -.-, ! A , '- jt j . v-.in f Vi JSJNX3, ur,' POT-e- K Dec. 5. The Spanish tran6WJ and the'gunboatsVillalobes Uva '.A, Funeral- MT. VERNON, KIT , - - aniMM los wun me opaaisu garrison uudMM Hans of the Caroline islands ar- rtyawr, Monday. THcy report that CTrjftHfti n .governors. of the Islands; ,ejl, a.;w -.-- trt onthe jvar- ship J'uguarv - -Z?ZZXZ. V&WZZi E2.7."rK1 -OctoiSr" u. "E J SiPiTaiia'i'onape SJffriioncd the .places with 15 jBjba. The Spanish governors of JU. iuji onape saiu nicy consiucreu Hie. ! all. German garrisons in danircr irom'the natives. The Spanish gunboats will probably be offered for sale to the United States government. The Spanish Secretary, Senor Behnuente, 1ms arrived here with' a note from Lieut. Glllmore to his sister Mrs. Maj. Price. He says he has been ill but Is now in fairly good health. The Spaniards befriended him, and gave him money and clothes. . v 5k :!. fw , v I.eeps Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Line t&i and Collars. Can Furnish Meia ..r ,rA ' jfi '' -r- ajrfr JU - r urn j&H Sl Orders by.Te!eoraph or Telephone Promptlu ilttsnderj to Dau or Nlotrt. rrftJm ffiSVC, a JB- Have Embalming Done or;j JlfB-- .! m K'iWl'5 l r n " mp SMS. tw 0-j- o tt u Bfl n nrrii rrAUT nam r -rl 1 m&ftvmz -- raVjgeF d 1 a x zSgsx wyk r. THE MAINE PARTY. A foolety of American Wffmen In London Gave nn "At Home" for the Ileneflt of the Maine 1 und Mondar Nlclit. flj 2 3ct5C Drugs, sov-era- l. , Chick-amau'g- London, Dec, 5. The Society of American Women in London gave an "at home" Monday evening for the benefit of pic Maine fund. All the principal members of tho American colony attended, although Ambassador Choale was the only member of the diplomatic corps present. An interesting musical programme wat carried out, and a subtantial addition to tho Maine fund was secured in tb form of subscriptions. Mrs. Joseph Chambe lain, wife of the secretary of tate for tho colonics, was conspicuous omong tho guest U S .. 3 H 2 2 Ji l 5 1 (.9 (L) Jewelry, Stationery, Ci- - vj oars and Tobaccos, Paints and Oils. Call when Towa. Patent Medicines, o B la ff n n n&vis " " a r.n . 2 U 'VV M Si CZd Mt. Vernon, Ky. uAzmzmmzmtmm yFiVirs t In a .terrain received here Monday night at '.he local offices of the Mooncy & Bolan'd detective agency, th'e capturo of Win. F. Miller, accused of having been connected with the Franklin syndicate P-c- Wm. CuicAoo, r. . Miller Capture5. - OF STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock, $100,000. Surplus, $17,320, J, W. Haydon, W. P. Walton, J. H. Oollior, F. Bold, swincllo fn New York, was announced as having been effected at Montreal by tho agency's opuratlves who have been in pursuit of the fugitive si nee his dis- DIREGTOES: M. D. Elmore, J. T.P. Hill, S. H Bauerbmarv W. A. Trlbblo, S T. and M. J. MlUor. a Hocfci Harris appearance ten days ago. Alleged Victim of Mrs. llnmberger. St. Louis, Nov. 5. Tho body of Ida Zimmerman, or which is confidently assumed bv the authorities to bo her body, was exhumed Monday by the police. It is now at tho morgue awaiting the" action of the coroner who will Ida hold an inquest Tuesday. was one of tlio alleged victims of Mrs. Bamberger, tho midwife Zira-ncrm- Wo solicit tlio accounts of thf citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuring tlicm prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to un. I'crsoniil application and correspondence, with a view to business relations, respccuuiiy jnviu-u. f J. Jno. J. Mcllobcrts, Cashier, S. blocker, Prcs., A. A. McKinnoy, Ass't Cashier. GO TO ivho is. 3cr. under arrest charged . wl.th mur--. JOMAS McKENZIE ET. VERWOW, KY.f For Everything1 iu The Harper llro. failure. Nkw Yoiik. Dec 5. Francis C. a, Cas-tin- lawyer, was Monday appo'lntcd by Justico Gildersleove, in tho supreme :ourt, referee In a proceeding taken by the directors of the corporation of Harfor the ' volunper Bros.', publisher-dissolution of that concern with tary a view to tho reorganization qt the Mr. Caitinp will ttako rompany. proof of '.ho claims against the , Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, General S BBST GOODS AT, LIVING PRICES. -- i 'Z .wtsrM.tar jwaxxvixrws i.u.iwijftga 1 1 Mt Vernon Kkiuav, C Signal Even the good Major McKinley hits the trusts a love-lic- k with a feather in his message to Congress and Mark Hauna winks the other eye. presidental campaign is now 011. A SURE CURE FOR Twenty-viv- e ROUPS DKC. 8, 1899. Years' Constant Lana oaies lur Taxes. By virtue of taxes due me as sheriff of Rockcastle Co, Ky., I, or one of my deputies will sell at the front door oft the court house, in Mt Vernon, Ky, on the 4th Monday of December 1899, between hours of 10 a. m. and 3 p. m. at public out cry to the highest bidder for cash in hand the following describ ed lands, or a sufficient part thereof to satisfy the State aud county tax for 1895, 1896 and 1897: T 1 ca 1 r Use Without A Published every Friday by Failure! Kair r r.PGAR S ALBRIGHT. ' KlMihCXIWIUN ONK YKAK fcl.OO Hon. June W. Gaylb. who was defeated in the State ConvenftUverttiing rates made known on tion at Louisville, for the nomination nf Auditor, was selected application as the successor at Frankfort Having purchased 'the entire of Evan E. Settle, Notorious Bill Owens, of Scott county, outfit of the Mt. Vkrnon Signal, was named on the same announce to the public that I Mull endeavor to run strictly paper. I shall put a forth my very best energies to build up our county socially, mor-rallintellectually and commercially. While the paper will to be Democratic, it will treat I desire to fnst-cla.'v. com-tinu- e day by the Brown Democrats to oppose Mr. Gayle. Owen's nomination was endorsed by the Re- publicans later. cabin. 111 convention an hour He will run under the log Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge was tendered the nomination but refused it; and now comes out a record twenty-fiv- e , .years' , conin his paper against Owens whom stant use withont a failure. the Republicans with due consid- he says is not the man to purify by Theo. Wesley, Mr. Vernon 'Ky. eration and fairness, and shall pub- politics, because he had always won by force and fraud. Danville Steam Laundry first lish all doings of that party which class work. Represented in Mt. we deem of interest to out people. Thk gathering of so many men Vernon by D. S. Purdom, the BarWe will add new type, new machin- at Frankfort, transported there by ber. H , tf s ery sufficient to make a the L. & N., free of charge, to witWe are glad to say that we ness the count is unfortunate to office. My son has . been 'troubled fo r have retained the valuable services say the least of it. The fighting years with chronicV'diarrhoea. men of Eastern Kentucky were sometime ago of Mr. S. C Franklin as manager I persuaded him to given tickets and ordered to come take some of Chamberlain's. Colic, of the mechanicafdepartment. to the Capitol. They went persu-an- t Cholera and Diarrhoea; Remedy. E. S. Albright. to the call, but were neither After using town bottlts of the 25 lodged or fed after they arrived. cent size he was cured", I give this Thbrk are now, according to So they were soon disgusted and testimoni al, hoping'Wsome one Secretary Hitchcock's statement, returned home without the loss, similarly afflicted manyifead it and 991.519 pensioners, but that num- either of life or limb. The Repub- be benefited. ThomasTQ.' Brower ber will be greatly, increased by lican biavos, whether in militia Glencoe, Ohio. War. costume or citizens clothes, openly the Spanish-AmericFor sale by Their Wesley declared their intention to seat Some one has saidjthat the next Taylor by force of arms if need If You want to exchange proinjunction by Toney will be to en- be, whether he got the certificate duce for dry goods or, groceries, join the Legislature from impeach- of election or not. We like the or Ladies and Misses hats, call and A. Bryant. ing him, and that he will have the Republicans of this county. see me. Oct 20 2 mo. aid of Bradley's newly organized Many of them are good men and want peace, sweet peace. But we militia. think that such proceedings bring IT HITS THE SPOT. Debob has engaged disgrace upon the fair State of Senator When suffering fror a severe winter quarters in Washington, but Kentucky. That the effect is bad. cold and your throat andftungs feel of take a dase .he will not be satisfied unless the yea, very bad. Reason has fled to sore, bath room is connected with the biutish beast, while brotherly love Foley's Honeyl HAnd Tar when will be at, once slaughter house to enable him to and Christian forbearance weep tne sorencssi relieved, a warm grata I , feeling bathe in warm, ruddyjgore every unknown. Cool off gentlemen, ana a neauug ot tne par affected morning. take a bath and put on your Sun- will be experienced amlBuii will day linen. say: feels so goo .'HITS V THE SPOT." Gu Forty Mormon elders have rnon. IDavlS & Co.,J ...mlhtptLn$ fcondojand are now. Hagan Bros., Livings Clark, engaged m a big meeting. They Crop; Brodhead. hold their services at the Riley Hotel, but are making arrangeWanted Crossties ut Mt. Ver A flock of 1,800 geese in one ments to erect a building for Mornon, Pine Hill and convenient drove passed through Owingsville mon worship in thai town. last week. They were bought at places between those points. Will pay 30 and 15 The Railroad Commissioners 42 cts. each. For-sale The first indication of croup is hoarseness, and in a fchild subject to that diseas it may be taken as a f an atsure sign of the approach tack. Following this hoarseness is a peculiar rough cough. If Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given as soon as the child c come hoarse, or even after, tue croupy cough appears, it will prevent the the attack. Ic is used in many thousand of homes in this brod land and never disappoints the anxious mothers. We have yet to .earn of a single instance in which it has not proved effectual. No other pr'paration can show such 1 , E A LING 0ool, Our Fall nnd Winter stock of Dry Shoes are coining in ercry-day- , BU aA DISTRICTING). 5. 498 acres of laud listed in nameof J. L. Arnold, near est resident, W, G. Payne. $16 03 3ax and cost 26 35 Same for yeat 1896 Same for year 1895 20 22 ' One acre of laud listed in name of Cottengim, nearest resident, G. W. Done: Tax and cost Dopartment tt hart QTrjtMig that you need and as cheap can bo sold anywhere, Our J3oot and Shoe Dopartment is complete with tkt Th beat and most stylish boots and shoes made. yu. want a good boot or shoo come to us. Our Grocery Department is also complete with nee, fresh gooch. In fact, if you want anything to eat and wea come to us. In our Dry Goods HOUK & SON COJLLYER nviSBRi&KXPRCKS?) &OWENS UNDERTAKERS first-clas- ". 3 84 40 acres of laud listed in name of Herod Johnson, nearest resident, John Owens Tax and cost 50 acres of land listed in name Clay Jackson, nearest resident. J, L. Owens. Tax and cost 20 acres of land Caskets, 3 70 Coffins, Robes, etc., BRODHEAD. KY. kept in stock. Orders by mail, telegraph, telephone promptly filW 3 50 listed in an Wi j k name of Mark Morris, nearest resident, W. H. Morris Tax and cost 3 30 40 acres of land listed in Metcalf, name of Boone nearest resident, W. M. Brummet. Tax and cost... 4 45 3 acres of land listed in name of J. L. Oweus, nearest resident, H. Johnson. Tax and cost, 3 50 acrrs land listed in name of Thomas Rector, nearest resident, Sol Shell. Tax and cost 50 acres of laud listed in jiajueofJohn.5tewart, near est neighbor, Smith Kelley. , Tax and cost 125 acres of land listed in name of Hiram Cox, nearest resident, Robert Jewels. lax ana cost 55 For Familv and Medical Yon Want Use COLD 10 NELSON OUNTY . . SOUR MASH PRING DA NT, The Fineo1 WHISKEY. Distill, GFTHSEMANB, X.Y. TT Sold Direct from Distillery. Jug and Bottle Trada Solicits. 3 year old at $2.00, per Gallon, 6 year old at $2.50 per Gallon. year old at $3.00 per Gallon, 13. J. I - 3 55 'It "-C- rC: aBH iKV? .. 4 70 For Pure Drugs" CALL ON - ,p- - fLand, Stock, 3 90 THEO. WESLEY. PHYSICIAN'S cents-Rockcast- le 100 acres of laud listed in Many have lost confidence and With the compettisn of the new hope as well health because, they name of D. M. Singleton. independent houses farmers will e have been. told their Kidney disease lax ana cost 4 75 Foley's Kidney a better price for their new to was incurable. W, G. Mullins, Cure is a Guaranteed remedy for the discouraged and disconsolate, Hon. David B.JHenderson, ol bacco this year. R. C; Ky, C. C. Davis & Co., Mt.. Vernon; Iowa, wasjehosen Monday as speakJohn Peggs sold D. G. Howell Lion Coffee 10 cents per pound Dr. Clark, er of the House of Representatives 100 bis. corn, Albert Stofer, 40 bis Livingston. Brodhead; HagajhBros., at S. W. Davis'. Gold Dust washto succeed the Hon. Thomas B. and John Stofer 40 bis. $2 in fild. No. 1. fancy patent flour at S. ing powder 50 per package. Reed who resigned to go to New W. Davis' for 55c and Belle of From early Octobecto late Nove SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES The York to practice law. If you need a good printing outmber wheat declined eight'ets. pet C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon, Democrats chose "Slim Jim" bushel, reaching th lowest prices of fit, suitable for a small country Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros the the crop. Richardson, of Teunessee, Thisdepression is not paper; 7 column Washington 'hand Livingston. 2x2, 30 inches long, all wlut finest parlimentarian in the South local to any section of the country press for less than half what it C grade or better, $12 per m. to lead them on the floor. is not due to any one cause, but is cost, Address S. W. DavIS, 2x2, 30 inches long, red, 57 Mt. Vernou.'Ky. world-widA nice line of ladies capes at per m. American Agricul$1.25 up to 3 atHouk&Sou. The Seventh eonressional district turist, 28 inches long, white $j d an affair election is so Boys' suits made to order for The person who disturbed the per in. Bonta Bros., sold fifty head of 1 that it is'attracting but litte public red 000 lb. cattle last week toClell congregation last Sunday by coug- $3.75 a"d up. See my line of sam- Do WmW8msS& attention. Owens is acceptable to msn to S. W. Davis. at 5 cts. a pound . . ; . Hardin hing, is requested Dr. call on C. C. ples, per m. Davis Mt. Vernon ClarkBrod-head- , neither silver nor gold Democrats, Langford, of Nevada, sold a bunch' Hagan Brps. and get a Sortie aud both white and colo'd Repub- of 950 lb, cattle last week to J. H. of Foley's Honey and Tar. which SINGLE TREE BILLETS. Call aud see my magnificent line licans rtgard him as an Uitlander. ' Vanarsdall, at $4 50 per huudred always gives relief. $. If the genuine Democratic vote pounds. He"a!so bought n num C.'C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon; of fall and wiuter samples now 38 inches, long white for inspection. Men's suits made the polls next Mon, can.be got to ber of yearling at 4 cts. a pound. Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan J3ros $22 per m. made to order at $10 and up. Livingston. day week Gayle will sweep the dis He says cattle areJgettingaltnostas To be deliver! at any station afBa&Qy S. W, Davis. trict with a majority of 10,000 scare as hogs. Harrodsburg Dcm-La'on K. DofL. &UJN. or K. C. brinjja joy or pain. It's for the Suits inae'e to order, a fit guar- week N. J. Power sold to mouier to uewde. With good health 'division, will cull once every tw anteed,rom $7.50 up Hbufc and a strong womanly When the name of Brigham Blair & Hoon 33 1.200 pound but- &S011. wek. L. L. Jarrett, Inspector. motherhood but adds to a organism, woman's FOR 3I0ARSENHSB H. Roberts, the newly elected cher steers at' $4. 25 . . . J. H Mc attractiveness. Brodhead, Ky. Benj. Ingerson, of Hutton, Ind. Congressman from Utah was called Ilvaine sold Monday to John T. For the best shave or says: he had not spoken above a in the House last Monday, he ad Slumklin 6 light feeding ste,ers at hair-cu- t to be had withju whisper for months, and one bottle vanced to the Speakers stand to be $3 75 Robert T. Marshall last Rockcastle go to Purdom pf Foley's Honey and Tarr res- sworn in. Then Congressman Tay- week sold to S. Weil, for delivery iuicu ins viocc. 11 is used very lor, of Ohio, entered a protest on this week, 56 head of exportsteers. the Mt Vernon barber. takesavay all terrors by strengthenin? largely by speakers and singers. the vital organs. It fits a mother for the ground of Roberts' having three at $5 and a premium of $25 ou the C.C. DavtsJ& Co, Mt. Vernon uauy-coming, uy revitalizing the wives. Taylor, the Republican, lot. Chas A. King sold and de nerve centres it has brnimiit i,hi, Call and see my line of'fanfcy Dr. Clark, Brodhead Hagan Btos., on the waters of Forty acres crowing youngsters to thousands o Livingston. spoke amidst breathless silence livered to thesamejparty Jlast week wean women who leared they were groceries and get bargains. Boone's Fork, 2 miles east of Brod, delib- 18 steers avei aging n litte over 1. but with great calmness and barren. It purifies, heals, 'regulates head, adjpining James Crawford's S. W. DaVIb? and strengthens, and is good for all eration. McRae, of Arkansas, fol- 400 at $5. Flemiugsburg t. women at nil times. No drupjrist ,? farm. House of 4 rooms and kitch' POR PNBMOIA lowed with an eloquent protest " UD W1UHJUUI, il OO Mkrc hats. Send yotir pro Forodvlce in Cases Dr. C. J. Bishop, of Agnew Mich en,. Good barn. Place all i grass. from the Democratic side, saying directions, address, glvfnir Bvmntotn.a duce to A. E. Albrieht & Co.. No. says (,I have used Foley's Honey Good fencing, Fiue locust grove the issue was one involving the "The Lcdies' Advisory Department " J. H. Albright lias a dozen OT 40 Hast Court street, Cincinnati'' and Tarr in three very severe cases can be used for locust posts. Two The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat- sacredness and purity ol the home more farms of bis own 'witbiti of pneumonia the past month with vclsr ofings fine water. Call on 3 whether it was the mansion or the mile circuit of Brodhead, which MRS. LOUISA nAI.E. nf .Tm.. .. he sayBi-"- V! on I first too! W. T. Crawiox, c'ardul Don't forget the pure Caudy ' wo .ad been ntrri:rt tlireo Wlno of ,,r..M log hut with stick chimney, which will sell or tent. C. C Davis & Co., vm. hf Write him at made by S- - W. Davis, ' ' Kingstou, Ky. 'I WUW& &!SW Ko nth. later Mt. Vernon; Dr. Clark, Brodhead; of applause. Brodhead. produced an tf re-liz- have just filed with Gov. Bradley their annual report. They fix the value of the Knoxville Division of the L. &N.Iatli4,300 per mile and the K. C. at $9,oeo. They also report that 109 persons have been filled by railroads iujthe lastj year. J. D. Gay has purchased of Joe Chambers twenty head of 750 lb. cattle a $26 per head. Mt. Sterling Gazette. ' Quarry Co. Mt. Vernon Ky. LOST tf. 50 acres of land listed in name of Sam Johnson, on Rockcastle river. Tax and PRESCRIPTIONS cost Same forj ear 1896.. 4 90 4 90 CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED . At all hours, day or nigkt. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Ex-Sheri- ff WANTED e. one-side- ijxi, 1 attammssk -- j 2x3, " The Gaming st Earm for Sale WSsm of O&pdsaS Times-Democra- TWlllSl-inr- r cll a -- out-bur- st jmt r '"&, -n fj -- ., '' 4 I .'. ,?y f A A r rs ., '- i lft &- Fannie Sparks and Alza ElGiiT-To- ns baled titnothy'bay. Johu Magee, of Liviugstou, is 01)1 SOUl ' COURT CALENDAR. this ofhea a call for sale. W. G. Hiatt. on business. here County Court. Fourth Mou Mt. Vernon. Ky. 3t There will be nothing known day in each month. Taketh Mr. Vxrnsn, Ky., Dkc. 8, 1899 W. T. Davis, of Tazwell. Tenn., Captain B. N. Roller says the at Frankfort for several das as to Quarterly Court. Fiist Men-da- y is visiting his brother S. W. article in this paper on October 10, in January, April, July and who . ill gee certificates 0 election. ec Day is at this place. EoterWattbi Mt. Vera. J, Ky., did him an injustice aud that it was October. nd'CUit Bill BUr From to hill-tofrom Circuit Cuupt. Second Men H. P. Allen, one of the best men partly incorrect. We would not do valley to valley, flashed the D. N. Williams offers a reward news day in February, Fourth Monday this kiud and affable gentleman an on crooked creek, was in town Friday evening late, that our friend of $5 to know who the parties are in May and Third Monday in Sep injustice under any state of case. Wednesday. J', L. Brooks, affectionally called that are stopping his water pipe at tember. W. A. Carson, the Stanford ve-- . "Kirgy." bad accidentally Another splendid teacher will be shot the spout spring. Mt Vkrnon Police Cosrt; bichle and farm implement dealer Third Monday in tttch month. aud killed himself. He was readded to the College faculty the has bought out the inteiests of B. turning from Mr. J. R. Llewellynn aud Miss first of the year Koehler's saw mill on LAWISVItU & NABMVILLC n. R.Ca. K, Wearen & Son and will add Matilda Jones were married last P. A. Pennington, 1 mi I . D. S.; XI. B. O. F. Hamm was in town Wed- greater facilities to accommodate Copper creek, near the Garrard county line late Friday'afternoon. Sunday morning at the home ot L & If . LOCAL TIME CARD, nesday and told us of the death of their customers in the DENTST, aboe lines He rode up to a gate, fastened Prof. Dickersou in Livingstou, by .ay Mail North 11:0,5 am Mrs. John Brown. including plows, &c. &c. the Rev. T. D. Mullins. Jvith a chain, near Mark Watkins1 N W Cor. Third and CbisUut ay Kail otntu .. 1:57 p m Christian Endeavor Convention W. T. Smith, 'Jquire Gatliff, W. house with his gun across; his lap, Wight; Ex. North am will be held here on last Saturday T. Short, S. D. Lewis. Boeue He bent over unfasten 1:32 LOUISVILLE, KY. I have sold the Signal office, to the gale ItfigktEx. South 1:44 am aud Sunday in December. Wni. when the gun dropped, striking subscription list, accounts &c, to Will be at Miller House., 'ft Phillips, Henry McClure, J. A. Lakdrum, Agent. W. J. Sparks & Co. have pur- Kinney, Wallace Laswell and Rtu-bc- u .the ground,' the jar discharging it; Mr, S. C. Franklin, he in turtiselU Vernon during all Circuit Courts.. Sams, Judge Colyer, Lee Tate the entire load of buckshot going ing it to Mr. EdgfS. Albright, chased 1200 acres of laud from W. and Jim Woods and others were in into the bowels. Receiving the who will continue its' publication R. G. WILLIAMS, R. Dillion on Rockcastle River. MASONIC. full contents of his own sun, his at the old stand. With thanks to Frankfort The first of the week. He.. (46 raeeti 2rd Men- AihUad Misces Fannie and Bessie Sparks at-Lai- v: those who stood bv me in the work v W. P. Chesnut, who died last mortal frame quivered; his giant spent last Sunday with Mr. and MT. VERNON. ' X.t. strength weakened; his fine, man-I- and soft words for my enemies, week, of a complication of diseases, Mrs. Ab Sparks at Livingston. CHURCHES. , I am yours sincerely, form fell from his horse to the was one of Rockcastle's staunchest CkmtiaB HtUs lerricei lt4 8rl Sunday Gov. Bradley pardoned John James Maret. ground and in a moment his spirit citizens aud best farmers. He was at 11a. h, tail atS:30p. m. Colyer Wedndsday for the killing departed, for "Kirgy" was dead. R L BROWN, the oldest son of the late Rev. Eugene Vowels, who wai a sma of Jack Catron at Somerset last He died without a day's or an FrcikjUrtum llal 4s tervicei on tha 4th James Chesnut and was in his 55th bo when his father's family moved year. Manilay Attorxiey-at-JL- a year. He leaves behind him quite hour's sickness away from home frem this place to Middlesboro, from a fond and faithful wife Mrs. Elizabeth Brooks, who has a large family and a large number Baptist Church Serrloes an tha Second when the boom opened a! that MT, VERNON, KY. Suuday net visited this place, her old home of lriends to fnturday nljht and Sunday. mourn his sad and un- and loving children. What a sad place, has been given charge as Scaaal nt ( i a every Sunday. Frayer and terrible death it was! His for five years, is" here wjth old fortunate death. aermaont S Meeting an Tuesday nl'htx. life ended not in youth, nor in old editor and manager of the Middlesfriends aud releatives. J. W. BKjOW. nn Our public school taught by J. J age, but in the vcy meridian of boro News and the Pinnacle Priut-er- G. W. MCCLURK. L. H. Lynn, of. Level Green, Mr. Vowels has worked his Ping and ably assisted by Miss a strong, vigorous and active McCLURE & BROWN LOCAL and OTHERWISE. whose school has just closed at Alza Logan Brown, closed Tueswas oldest sou of Henry way up from "devil" to the. manaWildie, passed through here en -a,fL.eiw, day with exercises creditable to rooks , and was born 42 years ago gership of as fine a plant as can be route home Sunday last found in Eastern Kentucky. By Mt. Vjjrkon, Ky. both pupils and teachers. Guy ear Gumiulphur. JHe married the Mrs. A, Abrams, of CItmax, was John H. Auderstn, of Orlando, Hasty and Ralph Forrester won ;eautifnl Miss Maggie Rowland, his untiring industry, in connecthere last week. All business entrusted to our are . .. .... who cut himself very seriously by 'V tnree cnuuren .nave .messed. ion with his intelligence, he has a Wade Brown, of Level Green, falling on his knife while drunk, is the. prizes for gaining the greatest t; will receive prompt attention. s number of and in con- their union two boys and one reached this position. Mt. Verwas here Tuesd.13'. improving, says Dr. Penuiningtou test at evening, Miss Fannie Mc- girl. He had just moved from non sends greeting to her much Office on Main street appreciated son. He will be heard Henry Catron and wife have Judge T. Z. Morrow has accept Clure won the medal. Misses Mary Clear creek to Wildie where he had from farther up the ladder at no been visiting at Lily. ed an invitation to deliver a lecture Cox and Mamie Jones and W. F. built for himself and family a splen C. C. WILLIAMS, did residence. Never nave we distant date. Tom White, of preachersville, at the College in February. Rev. McCIary were the judges. known a man exactly like "'Kirfy" Dr. McKee will lecture in the early is visiting relatives here. Attorney-at-LaJack Lawrence, one of the best Thurman Ferguson, of Langford spring. L. & N. telegraph oprators, who Brooks. Xindjhearted andJBgener T. S. Miller and J. T. Adams Wit. Vernon Ky. oi'sat all times. So klndly'and so Station and Prof. F. S. Phillips; Bill Prewitt, who got a free ticket has been holding the wires and were out from Garrard. gjnacious was his nature that those of Wildie, while down at Frankfort on 2nd fioor of new to Frankfort is back and reports tower switch levers at Junction (Hiurch street. Special Mat Coffoy, ofiConway, is very City, nights, for many mouths, has who knew him, quickly became on their free passes, got too much brick on that he recived no dollar and half a low and not expected to live. his friend. His affections fcr his tanglefoot and sough t the pleas- attention given to collections. day nor no lodging nor no nothing on account of malaria, which that locality is supposed to send forth A fe and family was beautiful to ures of that notorious dive known as Rev. G. G. Ragan, of Preachers else. His very presence ap "Craw." Ferguson became dishas been on the sick list for some, blhold ville, preached here Sunday last. ... Jflt' d to give.tnem joy to see orderly and had to be arrested Mrs. J. Thomas Cherry of Brod time has been transferred to Sinks Miss Biddie Dolan visited home DR. A. G. LOVKLL, tends and household happy when a 45 Colts pistol, a dozen or head, who is one of the finest and days to see, if it will not rujuviuate' folks at Pine Hill last Saturday. most lovable of women, has been him. Jack is ji mighty gopd bcjaBIMtji, great delight. He wis so cartridges and a pair of brass TiH Physician a ad Surge) nV " yt Tf ,t' t aturday afternoon at Knuclcs were'found on Him. He JoliiD Miller and JJcjOenJ'y, visiting hergirlhood friend'ATrs. J. flflfl ttFflf Ia 1lAnr1 Ast Inttnv "' MTVER.NON," SvsWead where a large crowd wit- - was find Q nud 30 days imprisonwereaThoiie a fewdaysuist week. W. Brown this week. Oflee North kUte'Alftin (tree t "If you local paper," writes an' nssWt bis funeral, and many a ment, .with the working statutes Miss Susie Thompson has been Sam Btown's school closed last old journalist, now1 long out of bus floVer was placcd'upon his grave. applied, and now he is beating on the sick list for the last week. week and on Tuesday night, last . L' Bll mess, "hnppens to tread on your The scene was mournfully impress up rock for the State. Prof. PhilWhen you stop your paper you he left for Nashville, Tenn., to en toes a little, in performing its mis- ive every face depicted grief and lips, while on the witness stand should first pay up what you owe. ter law school. The Signal wishe s sion, dont get back up many eyes were bedimmed with testified how he come to Frankfort; youi him well in his laudable undertak aud abuse the paper but stop and that his ticket was furnished him tears. Robt. Wilmott, of Brodhead, has ing. take a good breath, and think for KEEPS As his devoted friend in life, our and if the Court would let him go new foot and discarded his crutch a season, aud see if youjeant rem- bruised heart moved us to attend he would leave the city at once. The President says in substance Middlesboro, A good stock of Fancy and F aaiily L. S. Jones, of ember some of the favors ana kind- the funeral us a tribute of sincere Ferguson was taken to the work passed here on noon train Monday. that while we are holding Cuba merely in trust for the Cubans, ness it has shown you in tha past. love and deep respect lor him. house. Charley Provence, of LonJ. H, Baker showed us a forked Porto Rica and the Philippines ar e Then reflect that it may not be Would that we could pluck besu- - don, was arrested in 0 disreputable corn stalk with an ear on each ours "for keeps." Which he sells at mighty And that it just long before you may want some tilul flowers from the realms of house for shooting at one of the stalk. favors again. o decorate his women therein. Otho Paul, of fancy with which about the size of it. LOW FIGURES. tomb, or bring from the depths of Lincoln county, another member Miss Rosa Gentry visited rala-tivW, H. Pettus Extra agent, came W. H. Sowder, of Mafetburg, &f the free pass party, was locked qu,r, heart, devoted to his memory, at Liviugstou the first of the will, on January 1st, be admitted up Monday and relived Mr, Guthrie the sscrcd myrtle, and Jay its up for being drunk and disorderly. week. to a partnership in the firm or night niau at Sinks, who was here wreath by the side of the flowers The local leaders sent runners all Operations at the White Rock e in Mr. Landrum's placed by the hands of affection over this county with instructions Co., at Brod- temporaril Lime Kiln will begin at an early head. Mr, Sowder is a straight place, who is seriously ill. Our o'er his grave! We cannot "soothe to tell the people that Gov, Bradley date. forward man, a splendid gentleman people were pleased with Mr. the dull, cold ear of death" but we had ordered tljem to Frankfort, F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Guthrie's work and treatment of David Henderson and wife have and ha? many friends. write this that the bereaved widow But what does Bradley say? Bepublic, as to Mr. Pettus, he the returned from a visit to Somerset Located atthe DepotVg fore the State Board of Commisand children, his broken-hearte- d Mrs. W. B. Lynch an Mrs has been here often enough to con relatives. sioners, he says that any man that everyone that he is a brothers and sisters may know that composed a delegation vince John Ky others mourn his untimely death; says he ordered any citizen or soldL. L. Jatrtt, the spoke man, to this place Tuesday to induce, if good man who carries out his inthat others loved him; that other ier to Frankfort is a liar. Now was here from Brodhead, Satur possible, Rev. Dr. Ewers to re- structions aud at the same time bleeding and other eyes what do you say as to who told the day last. Good Liver Attaehed sign as Principal of the school gives satisfaction to patrons of the hearts aTe filled with tears; and that oth truth? ate Williams, of here aud resume his work at Cecil and John Hig railroad. ers will cheerish his memory. Meet all Trains, Day and Night Stanford, were here last wesk visit-- . Ind. This is quite a Calmly he slumbers beneath tke We give below a list of the names ing relatives. our worthy instructor Traveling Men and Railroad of pupil at the College worthy soil of his native county. EmBRODHEAD. Drummers, Clell Williams and but he will remain here, men Solicited. Will furs of special notice. Their average boweled among the melancholy Logue Thompson, were at home the lunches for all trainii. grades for November being as fol shades of the Brodhead cemetery Loot. Top prices paid fo: furs, lows: first of the week. Prof, Chandler, of Pittsburg, was through which the winter winds game, eggs, poultry, bides, feathdown Sunday to see his many warm Annie Thompson 97 will chant their low, sad hymns as That cordial and friendly gentle- ers and all kinds of country proAlza Thompson 96 "Kirgy" lies there in the embrace friends. Dillion, was here from duce, A, E. Albright & Bro., man, W. R. Rissie Williams Mi;s Berda Martin closed her 96 ofthatprolound sleep that knows Livingston Inst week. Cincinnati, Ohio. Peace ,to kis ashesl school at Gumsulphur, Wednesday. McKenzie Brown 96 no waking. LirVE Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller spent Reference: Second National Bank Glory to his happy, congenial soul. Fanny Spaiks ,..95 Manufacturers Miss Birda Hilton, who is at the first of the week in Louisville Cincinnati; First National Bank, Mattie Baker of Lime and brick. 95 present locaten at Lancaster, spent Stanford, Ky; Curry, Tunis.& Norvisiting Monroe Frazier. Burdette Houk ,..95 Saturday and Sunday with her par- They also furnish Lime, Building Rev. Green Fish, Campbell wood, Lexintonflty. Margis McCIary 95 An exchange says: You seld ents at this place. Stone, rough quarry face or cut Houk, J C. Gracs andR. P. Nor95 om hear the public say anj thing in Richard Coleman, the negro Clydie Cass.... AlexTyree was down Monday Ordors promptly filled ton were in town Saturday. ,1 ...1 !..i.j favor of their local newspaper. ' Ple,,s Ramsey, who is working from Pittsburg to make arrange. , Will Hcndcihon's school closed ,tu :.." MWW as,Iuro0K' near on this railroad section with some But the local newspaper is always ments to move his family to that Inst Friday, His brother Charles' luaysvwe, was taken by a crowd favoring the public. And how place, other noted coon hunters, captured As a cure for rheumatism Chamschool will c'o-.- next Friday. quick the paper hears of it.jif by acof citizens at Maysville and burned and killed some two weeks since a berlain's Pain Balm is gaining a Bro. Hendrickson, pastor of the cident an error appears, but if the Misses Roaa 'Dolan and Effie to ceach. His eyes were first filled ' '. public or its officials make a blund Baptist church, .has rented one of wide reputation D. B. Johnston of with vitriol; his clothes stripped Richard Meaduws visited Mrs. port to this paper statin? that said .. and a big fire built around him. ertney must go in tne local news- - Tilman Gilpin's houses, and located Richmond Ind has been troubled Welch, at this place, last week. coon pounds. Being! with that ailment since 1S62. In here. i WWVtU7. U. 4WVC4 1IW ! tJ His death was slow and wreathing acquainted with the bovs, who are, speaking of it he says: "I never Dr J. H. Pettus, of Livingston, iti terrible agony, Mrs. J. T. Cherry visited Mrs. he was noted for their good humored pre- - would lose its head. No body but found anything that would relive "has taken hi.' wife back to Crab local newspaper editors make J. W. Brown at Mt. Verno n, Tues hooted and glared at by thousands me until I used Chamberlian's quite si:k. assembled. His fate was aTOrchara. She has been blunders; the rent of the populace day and Wednesday. TT t horrible .. . ,. Paiu Balm. It acts like magic with eth all thing. well. A great Mrs. Celi.! Casper, was down m.e and yet, not more terrible than V u D. R. Totten is hustling early me. My foot was swollen and pain tiwta, nu .vw.w ufuu HAG Wll many people who know how to from Livingston this week visiliujj was his treatment of the poor, we give in and beg the pardon of aud late, since the election, selling ing me .very nuch, but one good edit a newspaper are somehow in her pat etui, M. and Mrs. Geo. uj.Ic victinf of his criminal lust fine seed potatoes, wheat and corn application of Pain Balm relive me. the boys. It was a blamed big coon positions ou the top of dry goods "Gentry Land unbridled an ate sruhfied the boys told the for Gunson Brown & Co. For sale by Theo. Wesley. boxes. truth Mt. Vernon Signal Fst-tBc Masses .Thompson gave Wednesday. to-da- y FUjjit hill-to- p p; &m Lit t. Attorney v w, y. man-hood.- Attorney head-mark- !, & f'V B& w, M KS m a 121 IKi -- W, R. McClure GROCERIES es Martin-Prothero- Hotel Frith Brodhead, Hi-U- t Dar-liugto- u, com-plimeut- to MT. VERNON COMPANY r...-.,- . .7 1 1 e ..... - V, ... J m I fcv V a ivs-jion- . 1 t '- - .s A M JHE W - - y ' ' lr 7f r vrh . . TjiffiC'&ffftf&&t&t . .- vvlvvK vv v wwww wwww wT-www- f r 15 I - . U s tir FROM ALL OVER THE STATE, 3 3'3i 3 3 3a 9 32 3 9i! a 3 3'S 33 a35 - s O. ia93'35i3 3 3a 95ai5aa 3 9ai55 - CANVASSING . -- THE VOTZ. JUNE W. GALE NOMINATED. Sixty-Thr- Fifty One of the 110 Counties In tiio State Considered b) the State llnnnl ut Election Cummlisloneri. Itnllots Taken Thursday nnd ConRreninanW. a. C. .Four Friday FitANKFoirr, tMrent the Fusion Cand dn Ky.. Dec. 8. Fiunkfout, Ky., Doe. 5. Fiftyono counties wore canvassed by the Kentucky stato board of election commissioners Monday, out of a total of 110 Of theso 51 counties, in the state. Ave were passed over to bo considered when the canvassing board meets, Immediately upon conclusion of tho work of the canvassing board. The counties passed over are Cl.rls-tlar- i, Flemiup;, Green, Harlan and Harrison. Tho board met at 11:30 o'clock in the oQlco of Secretary of State Finle.tr. Justice all three members, Pryor, of tho state supreme court, W. ex-Chi- Tnc Sev- enth congressional convention, which was expected to ound the nut Selection koy note for tho Goebul democracy, as well as to nominate a candidate to succeed Evan Settle, deceased, convened at '2 o'clock. Owing to a tie-uin tho committee on resolutions it accomplished nothing Thursday after noon. At 10:30 o'clock 47 ballots had been taken but no nomination had been made. The vote stood: Allen 20: Gayl" 25; Julian SO; Moody 20, Necessary tc a choice IS. The congressional convention adjourned at 10:40 till Friday, having p T. Ellis and C. 11. I'oyntz being pres- ent. No tlmo wasted In (jetting down to business and the board immediately set to work. There was a clash between tho commissioners and Secretary of State Finley, who, by virtue of tils ofilce acted as custodian of the certificates received from - tho county boards-o- f election, "We are retidy for tho returns, Mr. Finley,1' said Judge Pryor. "Adair county," said tho fcccrctary, handing out an envelope. . "Why don't you give us tho returns from tho entire state," inquired Mr EillsT ."I am custodian of theso returns," replied Mr. Finley, "and as such I prefer t'o keep them in my own hands. I do not mean that the board would for au instant tnisuso them, but as they are in my charge, and I am responsible for them, 1 can not give them up, except as they aro required by tho taken 01 ballots without making s nomination. FiiANKroitT, Ky.. Dec. 3. June W. board." "They are tho property of the board, Mr. Finley," replied Mr. Ellis, "and tho board has all the right in the world to havo them one by one or nil at once, as It may elect. I am willing that you should bo joint custodian of the records while they arc in tho possession of tho board, but I consider even that a concession on the part of the.board."- "1 must dcclino to hand them over," was Mr. Finloy's reply. "And request leave to consult with my legal advisors." Mr. Ellis waived his hand in assent, nnd after a short talk with Augustus Wilson, of Louisville, tho attorney acting for tho republicans, Mr. Finley turned around remarking: will wa.vo the point Mr. Ellis, heroare the returns," andTTo handed 'I them out. This was practically tho only argument that occurred during the day, and It was carried on without bitterness or ditcourtosy on cither side. Onco begun, tho canvass went on rapidly. 13 counties being disposed of when the board adjourned at 1 o'clock. Jerry Walker has filed notlco of contest Jacob against Ucprosontativc-clec- t disMcDowell, In tho Carter-Ellio- tt trict. "His contest grounds arc that tho election qfllccrs in Enterprise, Buffalo, Upper Tygart, Oliver Hill and Pleasant Valley, wero not sworn in. Klks Memorial Service!. Odloert Not Sworn In. QitEENur, Ky., Dec. 5. Hon. Tho meLf.xinotov, Ky., 'Dec morial services of Lexington lodgo No. 89, 1i. P. O. Elks, wero held in the AdOpera house Sunday afternoon. . dresses wero mado by CoL Charles L. Jewet, of New Albany, Ind., and W. llogers Clay, of this city. 'Will Seelc New Surroundlnc. Maybviixe, Ky., Dec. 8. James Lashbrook, whose wife was murdered by Dick Coleman, has rented his farm and advertised his household furniture, farming implements and stock for sale. He says he can no longer live. about the placo on account of his wife's murder there about two months ago by th'o negro now in tho Covington jail. Startling Dlicoverjr. Louisville, Ky., Doc. 5. Tho family of John Montgomery was found, huddled together in ono small room, with one child dead of scarlet fever, three others ill of tho 'same disease, and tho mother and father sick. Tho family had no fire, had been almost without food for a week, and none of them had medical attention. They wero takon in chargo by the charity organization. Elopars Married Lexington, Ky., Dec. 2. J. H. Gorman and Miss Luna II. Hurst, of Millersburg, eloped to Lexington Thursday afternoon and were married. W. It. Stewart and Miss Lottie Parker, of fc'cott county, wero also married here. -' Fire nt Kilmunton. Glasgow, Ky., Dec, B, Tho general merchandise stores of E. D. Hamilton 's and E. R. lteauchamp, also residence, woro destroyed by flro in Edmunton, Ky. Tho origin of tho fro is unknown. Total loss about B15.000, half covered by insurance. Beau-chump- Mt. J. L. Brooks, while on horsoback, attempted .o closo a gato with his gun lying tcro$s his saddle, when H was dis- jhnrged, klUing him., Killed While ItlUlnir. Vekno.v, Ky., Dec. 5. Gaylc, of Owen county, was nominated for congs by the Seventh district democratic convention Friday. The, nomination was mado on tho 07th ballot. John I!. Allen broko the deadlock which existed up to that time, by withdrawing and throwing his vote tc Uayle. Ira Julian followed, doing the same thing, and Gaylc's nomination was committed, to jail. was mado unanimous. Every baby is the sweetest baby in the At Hastings, Neb.. Carl Brownie-fcateonce considered the Lexinoton, Ky., Dec 3. Bert Sehellcr 'in a wrestling worhh You werethe world, although you sweetest thing in W. C Owens, who defeated may not look it now. London match Friday night,' winning three Col. Breckinridge In lbOl and who straight falls. Brown will now chalou want a favor from your friend, go Gocbal this year, was nominated lenge ''Farmer" Burns bolted for a mixed to If him on a bright day. If you want to see by fusion of bolting democrats and re- match. - i do him a favor, go on a dark day. "Itam' publicans to succeed Congressman Sot-tiThe sudden death Thursday nlehi Horn Brown," in Indianapolis News. deceased. oi .urs. uuiui u. uunanis, a we ft A lot of the conversation worked off in known young woman of Jncksouvfl(& society ought to be dumped in the garbage What a .Monkey IHnnoli DM. i, VI.u, ....I ti,.. n fJIIV ii.xy.. Kill. .. a. ,.,w t'llUU IllltW-U- f Hoi'kinbvili.e, Ky Dec. 2. An liusbati'l on the charge of piurdcr, in tho Illinois Central Railroad her Docs her family tree have anything to do pumphouso at Cerulean Springs, Trigg has catucd u tremendous sensation with making a woman willouy? Boston Transcript. county, exploded, demolishing tho there. Trustworthy advlcos from Caracas building. Calvin Meacham, tho en- -' THE MARKETS. ginecr, was screwing a nut on a bolt jut receive say that tho revolutionagainst Cl.NCIJWATl, DCC 5. and was badly scalded. A monkey ary inoicincnt In Vciu-ziteh3 7i 40 wrench was blown from his bunds nnd Gen. C.tstro, tho president pro tern., LIVn STOCK dttlo common 4 W) & A4 00 Select utclieM.. by Con. Hurrinntivz, Is daily CAL,Vj:Sl.lr to rood Hjlit 0 75 son on tho head, lic.tdi-struck his 3 40 llOU1' CojiH-un380 i '. i . fracturing the child's skull. He is dy- gaining grouitd. ,. 3 7 nt 00 Mix ilp els r ( 3 11.) Si, I 00 sli.i)iHrt.uiit ing. The explosion was caused by the 'lite war department Is informeti RHKKl' Ciolte. 75 3 0) (5. pipes being clogged from muddy that the .transports Wnncn and Va-I.AMUS S' rllii:': ..... 5J 2J ft. i'M . Fl.OL'K winter p item water.- Tho engine was blown 303 took 8IU-from San FrauuUco Thur(. UK.MX Wtuni-N v.' roJ.... di r9 63 No. :i.cil ' day for .Manila, thu formur carrjJs yards. ..., 31 C hi-.a mUeil C) t (It nig 1 ne i vitinieer iniantry.nntl ttifl No.2 Wa Will Probably Itetlde In Kontuokr- (4 01 Kye Nol latter carrying tho tilth volunteer W llY I'nmr 2. (hole to" San Fkancisco, Dec. 4. PrUato .. r looo I'nOVWOKS MonrR.. fauiry (colored). from Seoul state that the king ol I.irJ All the incoming vessels rcpor lry 17 ISH J. Corea has offered 3,000 yen to the Phulrw rlble weather on tho Atlantic. !iJbW3H VHLCS-Chol- ce. rrcimirr fancy to tfr 3 00 mother of Clarence Grcathousc, his 0 mlU tM late legal adviser, so that she may rc--l barkentlne Peggy, at St. JohnSw, turn to her old home in Kentucky.' una net uccks swept, ncr rrggm: Q. 10) XOL'KAVIntir patent wncai-.w; to'.i She will probably reside with the fam- stroycl and her bhhvnrks bat "BissantJi ai.-- 3 thlc.iKO strlnL' mi,... 'CO 4 01 &l .. No '. while coming from Pqrnambuco. UN No.2 Por ily of her brother-in-la3Ura tow S ' 22V& S3 schooner Zephyr met with a slmi ter. Mr. Greathouso left a will, giving experience. Snf rOIUC-McF- S S0 , 770 LAKU-Stc- am .' ,." ) S3 & 5 17 all his property, valued at about Marcus A. Hitnna, chairman of th NBW YOIUC to his mother. 3 &J a 3 fO palei.V national rcpublicati committee, will rLOUK KuWinter n.u..v s fr-a 73 in: Defeated Candidate to Contest, coitN U 10 not. accept another term as national, KVfc NoSmlxol ' .' M 46 8. Roprcscnta. GnEENur. Ky., D.-o-. chairman, ujthongh ho will servo out OA'ls M xcd ...I...: 0((6 30 .. 0 00 & 9 7i meti.....-- . Jacob McDowell, of the Carter-- Ills present term. This muoh was ad- l'Ollh'-.V- 'W vt'otiicrii ' 45 5 5J D..,.) Elliott legislative dlbtrlct, has been mitted by Henry C. Payne, national LAUIIAI.T1MOKK. served with an official notlco that hit tepubllcan committeeman of WUcom FI.OUK-r.im- Ily 320 3 50 C UIIAIX Wheat N,a Sroi.,.., seat will bo contested by Jerc. Walker, slu, Friday afternoon. Si (j ;u Southern ed 3TJ.W 3T4 the defeated candidate. Walker, alLieut. J. a Cohicll. United States , 32 32K Oils7'o. 2! While leges that tho election officers in fivt (6 i7 No. western lt attachu In Loudon, advertised Frl-- . 7S 5 25 precincts In Carter and one in Elliott day for bids for tho United Statei HOvis Wcslun too were not sworn in. Some excitement vessels Sulplo and Rocket. It Is under INDIANA'l'OLlS. M prevails over the matter. No. stood that the navy depir ment hope1 anAlN-Wli- cut Na 2 mixed 1 rod .... 33 (A Corn to find a buyer for the irclpio in Eng21M Oals'o. S mixed Mother and llabcn Hurled. LOUIS VI Owenton, Ky., Dec. 2. Tho funeral land, because sho is not cntit!e to au ri.OUlt Winter tnloiit LL11 3 4J ' 8 3.M (IU 70 of Mrs. Lucillo Allphln, the wife of American register. tUKAlN Wheal No. 2 red.... .... St 8SK corn .mixcu Uen. Brooke, nt Havana, has informthe circuit clerk of Grant county, nnd ., O.iu .Mixed....... ,. ((SCO ..... daughter' of Rev. J. A. Hensley, ol ed the war department of tho death at I'OIlU-M- css ba-u025 , . 0" Columbia barracks, Qucmados, of LAUD Sweot Owen, occurred hero Thursday Mrs. All- Harry Ealter, of Company II, 7th cavafternoon. Tho remains of phln and her infant twins wero buried alry, who wns accidentally Rhot on tho 20th inst., nnd Johnsoc De Lamb, in tho same collln. of Company D, 10th cavalry, who was A Democratlo ucceftll, drowned at Mayari on the 2Sth inst. FnANKFoiiT, Ky., Dec. 8. A decision By a cave-i- n of tho excavation for a was rendered by Judge Pay n tor, of sewer at Thirty-fourt- h and Downing the court of appeals Friday, which avenue, Denver, Col., Friday evening, cost the Taylor faction about ISO votes. several laborers woro burled. The A matter too small to effect tho final body of George Holiz w.as taken out result. Judge Paynter dissolved tho an hour later. It Is not known how temporary injunction secured by Tay- many wero In tho trench, but no hope lor's attorneys restraining tho election is entertained for the lives of any of board of Harrison county from certi- tho victims. Dizzy? Then your liver Isn't fying the vote of that county as made The reported sale of tho Minneapolis acting well. You suffer from biliousup by the local board, ono precinct & St. "Louis to the. Illinois Central, ness, constipation. Ayer's Pills act having been thrown out because of ir- which has gained considerable creddirectly on the liver. For CO years regularities. Tho dissolution of the ence, has been denied at St. l'aul 1y the Standard. Family Pill. Small Injunction is a democratic success. doses cure. 25c. All druggists. no less a person than tho attorney of Iowa, B. M. Wright, Mr. the road-fo- r Met Their Death In Molten Metal. Want your mouitacho nr beard a beautltul lironn or rich blark? Ihen luo MiDDLKsnoito, Ky., Dec. 5. The Wright submitted to interview on tho lubjcct and unequivocally denied tho BUCKINGHAM'S DYE bolting of furnaco No. 1 gave way ' fTW P' PutniTli fl R P Co Ml Monday, "ithi N. H, precipitating the entire story. ' A S200.000.000 trust Is In contemplamolten mass on the labo'rers. Muuroe Sim'llcr and 'Washburn Banks wer tion. There is every prospect that tho burnt to a crisp before tholr bodlci American Sugar Co., tho Glucoso Reinfining Co., and all of tho could bo gotten out dependent sugar refineries will bo conIteilgned to Accept Another roiltlon. After I na( Induced to try CASOA-Jtr.Tsolidated. II. O. Havemc-yer-, of tho I will nuTor bo without thcDi In tho bqnte. Lexington, Ky., Dec, 5. Albert sugar combine, has, Hj liter was In a vcrjr bid iliape. and oj licnd it is understood, aobed and 1 liad stomucli trouble Now..6lnco tak-nGriggs, division superintendent CincinArbucklo tccurcd an option on Caicirots, I feci tliio. Air nlfo bat also uted nati Southern road, located at Somer- Sugar Co., tho Doschcr the tour BtomicU." concern nnd tbcra vrltb bcucBclal results for St , Bt Loud, Mo. KHEUMNa, l'JSl Cougross J set, Ky., resigned to accept n, position the outside plants in Boston and Now with Chicago and Alton at Chicago. Drlcans. CATHARTIC Jle Het on Hrown. Tho deer hunting season, just ended, m FrtANKFortT, Ky., Dec. 3. Gov. Bradesultcd In a total.of It "hunters hilled ley refused Friday to pardon S. J, ind .seven wounded in tho Michigan Mathews, of Graves county, who made ind.L-tltSuperior sections of Wlseon-il- n TOAD! MARK mtOISTfRfO'l' nn election bet on John Young Browo and Minnesota. "Tho most of these and was indicted for betting. The itiot wero mistaken for deer and a few governor gave no reasons for refusing ihofc through their own carelessness. 1'otcnt. Taite Good, po rioitant. Sicken, tho pardon. William Waldorf Astor. London, Qood, Nofer Palatable.Weaken. or Gripe. 10c. 2ic.HJc. for5 in eight Wednesday filed plans ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Madison County's Flnt ltei uullcan Judge. rhleift, iloitrrtl, trl. )ll Richmond, Ky., Dec 3. Hon. E. G itory brick and stone building Jo bo Ilrll Hfiaxll (.piT. trectcd on the slto of tho Star theater bj all Sold and ptmrnnti-rMillion, tho flust republican county glmaln UI It IS Tobacco Habit it Btoadway and Thirteenth street, judge Madison county has had since (few flMT "JScovEnti gives Is tho las,t of ma y York. This t'.io war, took ofilce Frldav, sticsecding I i4UlckrUetantcurrtworit heaters which flourished beiiw Four-rtcnt- h I: 01 f!inionin' inn luunj.- irMiinuiji book Judge N- - B, Turpln, democrat. Fi"e DrsU.U HtEM4 WM3.Boil). Atlnl..O. street 35 J ears ago, Every reader of tliis paper should glv special heed to (he offer which are nppcar-in- g from week to week by the John M. Failures for the week have boonf-Smyth Uo,, the mammotn mail order housa of Chicago. In this issut will bo found their in the United Mules ngnliist ESI lost advertisement of a tho'oughly yenr, and 21 In Canada against 10 last ) sewing machine, at the astound-inglyear. low prico of $14.25. Coming as this offer nnd other oilers do from n hduse with a Frldiy's ata ement'of tho condition commercial rating of over one million dolof tho treasury 'Availablo.cash lars, and of the highest charactorrthey mark an opportunity that the shrewd buyer will balmier, 5.80,210,480; cold reserve, not be slow to take advantage 6f. The John . M. Smyth Co., 150 to 1"0 Wort Madison street, will send their rcummoth catalogue, The E gin National atch Co. FriIn which is listed at wholesale prices everyday burprlsed its 2 400 employes, by thing to eat, wear and use, on receipt of llontn. giving notlco of a restoration of the 10 cents to partly pay postage or The latest Invention for tavim? life comes only 10 cents is allowed on and wr,ge bc.tle of 1892. The advance w.u from London, nnd is a If liret purchase even this to one dollar. amounting people would pay ns much attention to the unsolicited. preservation of Gen. Leonard Wood will return to would bo a great life in other itaVs, thcra Tor the Grave. Improvement. Hostettcr's Cuba next week. Ho says ho expects Stomach Bitters is a life preserver, discovA solicitor In. a Georgia court is responyears sible for the following: He overheard a tb remain In tho lino of tho army ns ered CO nlul nil ago. Itofcures dyspepsia, farms stomach trmlbls. It conversation between his cook and a nurse, long as ho- - lives and is permitted to excellent tonic for the whole system who were dicussing a recent funeral of a member of their race, at which there had lud may bo had from'any druggist. remain. '. been a great profusion of flowers. The nurse The funeral of Thomas saldl ''When I die, don't plant no flqwers ttturythlnir. u Dlm-ime-, R. Tipton, of Nebrnska, look place on my grave, but pltnt . good old water"Doctor, if microbes in food are hurtful, melon vine; nnd when it gets ripe you come Thursday afternoon from hi late resi what makes me get eortoutlf" dar, nnd don't you eat it. but jes' bus it "Oh, my dear madam, there Is a denco In Washington. The interment on de grave and let dat good old juice dribble microbe, you know.' Indianapo- down through do ground." Youth's Comwas in Rock Creek cemetery. lis Journal. . panion. At New York, tho 12th and last juror nenfne Cnnnot llo Cnrcd In the Mollneux case was obtained at by local applications, "Wlicn llnby linn the Cronp as they cannot roach 5 o'clock Wednesday. Ho is Frederick the diseased portion of tho esr. There it ns Hoxsie's Croup Cure. It does not conway to cure deafness, and that Is tain opium in any form and will not nauseB. Crane, a correspondent for the only one by constitutional lcuiedtc.i. Deafness is ate. CO cents. A. 1. Hoxsie, Buffalo, N. Y. American Book Co. Ho was tho 601th caused by an iullaincd condition of the mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tube. When talesman. Ills Ability. tliis tube gct4 intlamcd ou have a rumbling Scldum Fcdd Dat feller, Hungry Hooks, Tho entire business portion of Onan-coc- round or impctfect beating, nnd when it is is a credit to de perfession. entirely closed denfnees is tho result, nnd Accomnc county, Vn., Soiled Spooncr You bet! He, could teal out the inflammation stroyed by firo Friday morning. The unlessthis tube restored tocau be takencon- de soda right out of a biscuit widout break-Innd its normal de crust. Judge. loss is estimated at 3100.000, with JUV dition, hearing will bo destroyed forever; 000 insurance. The o.rlgln of the firs nine cases of of ten mo rauscd by cntnrrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition The Ilcut Prcxprlptlon for Chill is unknown. . of the mucous surfaces. mil Fovcr Is n bottlo of Giiovc'h TABTKi.nss Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for nny L'iiii i.Tonic. Itis simply ironandntiintneln At Pittsburgh, Pa., Robert J. Kno.t. catarrh that enso of Deafness (caused nltas James II. Bennett, the allege cannot be cured bv Unit's byCatarrh Cure. ttuslolcss form. Nocuro-n- o pay. rrlcc,60c. swindler arrested in Now York, waived Send for ciicularn, free. A Ilnd Cne. F. .1, Chenov it Co., Toledo, O. Doctor You nre .troubled with insomnia. a hearing on the charge of forgery Sold bv Druggists, 7Dc. .Patient Terribly. ' I can't even sleep Friday, and in default of 52,000 half Hall's Family Pills are the best. when it's time to get up. Puck. 6.'ftO,7-14.O0.1- NEWS ITEMS.. ' ' The ravapc hold his temper admirably. ith n "NaturA. lie replied, peslure, "is ourlJiblc!" "Tiie: ?f tqnrsp yoti have, no. htglifr critman, icism!" ctclainicd the enlightened iliudricriiig. . "Oil, but we have! protested the savage, vehemently. "Why, tlir-t- nro omong us any number of ndvanced thinkers who worider for if.itnnce, if there Wt too much, galaratua in the bread fruit! Yes, ilrl ' Hero wc sec tlult the mind is alike impatient of fetters,, no matter wliQt man's corporeal condition be. Detroit journal. compi-chin-slv1 iijh Higher Criticism. i llrst-clag- y n -- Kidneys, Liver and Bowels Cleanses nVFRCOMF.t; Acts gentlv on the the System EFFECTUALLY ' k, wasiy ritvt rrt? O n' ' ,T5BCeCT5. OVy Tilt GtHVIHt-MAHT- ey Quivi?niaITgpSyrvp(s V Tako Lnxatlvo Bromo Qulnlno Tablets. 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