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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1897 mou1897031201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. a&'W.,Jv K? ' '1S 5 if ' Wr, a,' 11 liiiiit VOLUME XI. MT. VERNON, KENfflOKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1897. of any p nrty, simply because it happen; to ba in power. Asa member of congress I voted FIFTY-FOURT- H NUMB 'V 2 fc 8 HI w &'' $ and spoke in favor of the present law and I attempt enforcement tho their Seats as President and shallwhich it Its was enacted. in The spirit purtn pose in view was to secure tho most :jM Vice President. ot servlco the best men cfllclent 'who would accept appointment under the govpub-H- o V and devoted JleKlolfr, In IIU Inaugural Aiidreii 1"- - ernment, retaining faithful shielding none, unservants In ofllce, but Tur aModcrata Tariff,, and Urge der the authority of any rule or custom, who bjiemljr Action I17 the Senate on are Inefficient, Incompetent or unworthy. 3 he the .Arbitration 'Treaty Kxtra best Interests of tho country demand this and Hetilou of Congress Called. thn npnnln hrnrtllr annravo the law. wher ever and whenover ithas jscen thus ndmlntg , 7 v Wasuinoton, March 1 Wm MoKlnley'snd terca Congress should gtvo prompt attention to Garrett A. Uobart wcroinaujurated the restoration ot our Amcrlcan'mcrchant president of the United Mates marine, on're tho pride ot tho seas all today at noon. TUe oatii of office was ad- great ocoan highways of commerce in To the, my ministered to Mr. McKlnlcy by Chief Justice mind, few more Important subjects so imperFuller, nfter which the new president deliv- atively demand its Intelligent consideration. ered, his Inaugural address, tn part as follows: It has been the policy of the United States Fellow Citizens: In obedience will of slnco tho found ttlon ot the govennment to the peopleicand In their presence by tho au- cultivate rotations of pcaco and amity with thority vested In mo by this oath, I assume all the nnttons ot tho world, and this accords tho arduous and responsible duties of presi- with my conception of our duty now. We dent oftho United States, rolyinz upon the have cherished the policy ot support of my countrymen and Invoking the with the affairs of foreign governments, wisecutdunco ot,Almlshty God. Our faith teaches ly Inaugurated by Washington, koeplng ourthat there Is no safer reliance- than upon tbo selves troo from entanglement either as allies Godot our futhors who has so singularly fa- or foos. content to leave undisturbed with vored tho American people In c cry national them the settlement ot their own domestic trial, and who will not. forsake us so long as concerns. If will be our aim to pursue a firm we oboy Ills commandments and walk humand dignified foreign policy, wnlch shall bo , bly In His footsteps. Just, Impartial, ot our national trust to honor and always insisting upon tho enforcelhe responsibilities of tbe highof crave ment of tho lawful rights of Americans which I have been cnllod always Importance are auzmented b the prevailing We want no wars ot conquest: wo business conditions, entailing Idleness upon must avoid tho temptation ot territorial willing labor and loss to usoful enterprises. aggression A war should never bo The country is suffering Industrial disturb- entered upon until every agency ot ances from which speedy rollef must bo bad. peaco has failed: pcaco Is prcfcrablo Our financial system needs some rovlslon: our to war in almost overy contingency. Arbitrainonoy Is ull good now, but Us value must not tion is tho truo method ot settlement of Infurther bo threaloned. It should all bo put on ternal tanal as well as local or Individual difsubject an enduring basis, to ferences. It not recognized ssasy attack, nor Its stability to of adjustmentwas differences as the best means ot botweon employ....doubt or dispute. Our eurrency should con ers and employes by the Torty-ntnt- h tinue under tno supervision ot the govern congress 18S0 In Its applicaand ment The several forms ot our paper money tion diplowas to , our extended offer, in my 'Judgment, a constant embarrass matic relations by tho unanimous concurment to the government and n sufo balanco In rence ot tho sonato and houso Uf the Titty-fir- st tbe trcmury. Therefore I bcllovo It necescongress in IbSO Tho resolution sary lodovtso a system which, without di was accoptcd as the basis of latter negotiation with minishing tho circulating medium, or offering us by tho Urltish houso of commons In 1893 a premium for its contraction, will present u and upon our Invitation a treaty ot arbitration remedy forjtnose arrangements which, tempo- between tho United States and Groat Urltaln rary in their nature, might well In was signed at Washington and transtho years of our prosperity havo been dismitted to tho scnato for its ratification in placed by wiser provisions. January last. Slnco this treaty is clearly tho Economy Is demanded tn every branch ot result ot our own inlttitlvcf slnco It has beon tbo government at all timos. but especially recognized as the leading feature of our forIn psrlods Ilka tho present ot depression in eign policy throughout our cntlro national business and distress among the people. history tho adjustment of difficulties by JuThe government should not be pormtttcd to dicial rather than by force of arms and since run behind or Increase Its debt in times like it presents to tho world the glorious cxnmple tho present. Suitably toprovtdo against 'this of reason and peace, not passion and war, present mandato of duty; tho certain and easy controlling two between tho relations remedy for most ot our financial dlfllcultles. ot tho greatest nations of tho world, Adodclency Is Inevitable so long as the exan oxamplo certain to bo followed b government penditures of the exceed others, I respectfully urge tho early action ot its receipts. It can only bo met by tbo senate thoreon. not merely ai a matter of loans,or an Increased roenue While a largo policy, but as a duty to mankind. .Thp-vlm-- . annual surplus (of revenue majr lnjrltg waste pcrtanco and mornwnnuenco 011 tno ramtcar, and oxtravagahoolnndcquato revenue croa,tcs t(on of.sUch'n' treaty 'con hardlrlfo "dUlttut 'and uiLtermicejspubUc?ni5drprIvnto In tho causo of advancing civilisation. It may well cngngo tho best thought for Hwcen more loans and more roycuuo, tbcro statesmen and people of overy country, and I ono opinion. can not but consldor it fortunato that it was ought bd to but Wo should have moro revenue, and reserved to tho United States to havo tbo or leadership in so grand n work. delay, hindrance, without that postponement A surplus In tho treasury uniform practice to avoid created by loans, is not a permanent or safo asIt has been thoposslbla as convening tho far reliance. It will suffice wbllp It asts but It of congress In extraordinary the can not last long whllo the outlays of tbo gov- session. It Is an ex implo which, undor ordiernment are groater than Its rccalpts. as has nary circumstancos and in tho ubsenco of a been the caso during tho pist tno yoart Nor public necessity is commended, must bo forgotten, however much such loans falluro to coavono to bo representatives Dut a of tho may temporarily relievo the situation people in congress in extra session whentho It the government is still Indebted for tho Involves neglect ot a public duty, places the amount of tho surplus accrued which It must responsibility upon tho cxccutlta himself. ability to pty Is not "ultiniatcly pay, whllo has strengthened, but weakened by a continued Tho condition of tho public treasury, as condoflclt Loans are Imperative In great emer- been Indicated, demands tho Immediate has It nlono sideration of congress. gencies to prcscrvo tho government or its power to tevenucs for credit, but a falluro to supply needed revenue tho congress, not toprovldo convono It under such in tlmo ot pence for tho maintenance of cither tho clrcumstancos. I ran view In no other scnto " has no Justlllcation. Tho best way for the government to main- -' thin tbo neglect of a pliin duty. I do not sympathize wllh tho sentiment that congress credit, is to pay as It goes not by tain Its in session Is dangerous to our great business ugh to loans, but by keeping out ot an n(leo.uate"' lncomo tccurod by a interests. Its members are tho agents ot the system ot taxation, external or internal, or people and tholr prcaonco at tho seat ot government ot tho execution at both- - It Is the settled policy of tho governnot ment, pursued from tho beginning and prac- the soverolgn will shouldbenoflt, operate as an Injury, but as a Ihoro ticed by all parties and administrations, put tho government to ratso tho bulk of our rovenue from could bo no better tlmotound oconomio basis taxes upon foreign productions entering upon a sound financial now. The pcoplo havo only roccntly than tho United States for salq. and consumpvoted that this should bo nothing Is moro tion, and avoiding, for tho most part, overy form of dlnct taxation, oxeopt in tlmo of binding upon tho agents ot their will than tho war. The country is clearly opposed to any obligation of immediate action It has alscorned to mo that tho postponeneedless additions to tho subjects ot internal ways of the meeting of congress until moro taxation, and is committed by its latest pop- ment vcar after It has been chojon deular utteranco to tho, system ot tirlfltU'-tlo- a thnn a congress prived too oflqn of the InspirIhcro can bo no misunderstanding, either, about the prlnclplo upon which ation of tbo popular will, and the country ot tho corresponding bcnoflts It Is ovldent this tarllf taxation shall bo lovlcd. thcroforo that to postpono nctlnn In the presIn the rovlslon ot the tariff especial attention should be given to the and ence of so great a necessity would bo unwlso extension of tho reciprocity principle of tho on tho part of the executive branch unjust to law of 1800, under which so great a stimulus tho interests of tho people. Our notion will now bo freor'from mere partisan considerawas given to our foreign trade in now and adtion than if the question of tnrlff revision vantageous marlcots for our surplus agriculwas postponed until tho tural and manufactured products. Tho briof congress. We are ncnrlr regular session of from trill given tills 16gislatlon amply Justifies a congressional election undtwo yoirs can not polit'ci further experiment and additional discretiongreatly distract us as If such contest was ary pov cr In tho making ot commorcfal treaWo can approich tho ties, tho end in view always to be tbo opening mmcdlatcly pending problem calmly and patriotically without of now markets for tho products of our counf baring Its effects upon an early election Our try, by granting concessions to tho products feldvv ot 'othor lands that vro need and can not pro- upon citizens who hny dlsagroo with us "W the character of this lcglsbtlon pro-fduce ourohcsi nnft, which do not Involve any the question sotllrd now loss ot laborto our own pconle, hut tend to even to have tbo ngalnst preconcelvod vlows and increase their emp'oymoht. t settled trust It Is inspiring too, tp rememhor that no perhaps to msurq bo reasonably, ns I than It will, as great pjrminenoo to, " groat emergency In thd 103 years pf our1 event- aavg uncertainty menacing ive vant lurmer ful national lite, ha over arisen, that has not and varied business Interest or thd United been rrtot with wisdom and courage by tho States. Again, whatever nqtlon nmgrcss may American P"oplo with fidelity to tho host will bo given n for and highest duty and td, the honor of tatto beforo thn tvsoplofair opportunity pass trial fhp American .rittrnc. Uheio ycari of Judgment upon It, und this aro called to great U I consider iv man- history havo glorious exalted to 1)10 rightful cauo ps;onlia! tho question In vand oristlng settlethe , i klnuV advanced and low thoso conment of of freedom throughout tho world nnd Immeasiderations I, shall deem It my duty its presisurably strengthened the preolpus free vthlch, we enjoy. Tho pconlo lovo and dent to convene congress In extraordinary session on Monday, tho ISoh day of Maroh, , will sustiln thoso institutions. TUe great 1897, td our happiness and prosparlty Is Immediately after tho closo of his nddrcss , that wo adhcro to (ho principles on which thb ClevePresident McJCInlov and government was established and insist upon land their carrligo and wcro drivJjhelr foUhful obsorvanco Kiiualltv of rights en to tbo white house amid tumultuous must prevail and our laws bo always and ehoqrs all along the route. President cverywnoro rw.pected and obeyod Wo mav I .ft thn soat tmo havo failed in Ilia dlsehargo ot our full duty as of- honor this the ll.-h- occupying procession The to citizens of tho groat republic but it Is consolrclnforcod. by the numerous clvlo organizaing and encduraging to roillo that free whloh had been assembled on tho enp-Itspeccn, a free press, frcaschooU, tho frcp and tionsbill sjneo oarly Thursday morning, reunmolested right of religions llborty and wor- formed and marched down tho avenuo and ship, and free and fuir elections aro dearer nnst tbe y than viewed by whiter house, where thev were re and more unlvorsally enjoyed the prcsldont nnd bis fronds from ever before, r. purposo In n 'special Our raturallzatton and Immigration lavs front of Vho'stand erected for, that odlflce.,' should be furt)er Jmprovcd to tho constant William McKlnJev thin formally entered promotion ot a safer, a bottcr. and a higher Upon bis duties as chief of nation citizenship. ' f gravo porll to the ropublle pf seventy 'raiUloas of oxecutlvo nnd a Grovor pooplc would U a citizenship too ignorant to undor-staoCleveland rotlredlu his now home nt Princeor too Vicious to appreciate the groat ton, N, ,, J.( to resume tbe practlco of law' valuo and benl'llconco of pur Institutions and v laws and agalnspall who como hore to mako vWolcott Defeated by Tommy Wrst. V war upon'them, our gates must bo promptly Newj Yoiuc, .March and lightly closed. ' tarmust wo bo unmindful ot tho need of Anntnat linllvnAn .Trti Wrtl.rtft nt llxe- - t the'4mprovement among our own citizens, ton, and Tommy West, of Chicago, at " but with the zeal ot our forefathers catch .weights, which occurred ft Uiof spread of knowledge and free educaIlliteracy must be barjlslied from the nroaa of the Broadway Athletic lut tion. iland, ItLvo shall attain that high destiny as Wednesday night, rosulted in a vic tlto' fpVcriioSt'ot the enlightened nations of tory for West. Both men wcro on their rtne world) which under Providence we ought foot i at tho conclusion of tho 20th ) .to achtoyev jw ,' Kefortatn the civil service must go on but round buVWcst had dono the cleverest the changes'should bo real and geaufue, not work and the referee awarded hira the perfunctory, or prompted by a zeal la behalf bout. . .W j INLEY AND HOBAKT m -- nsprcsl-ileiil'iiniivVi- ul overy-whor- o, t THE POWERS No Doubt, Blockade the Coast of ql . Greece King George's Itoply Does Not Beeond Session.! Comply With the Demands Made. J.- - SErJATrBltU Washington, March passed: For the prevention of the lntoduo-tlo- n liOBON, ARIarch 9. Lord Salisbury and spread of contagousdtssasesKn the went "Monday afternoon to yindsor IS. Ai-iUnited States; fortification hill, appnprlat :astlc, where ho conferred for some lng I9,717,M1 The house amendments internatlo'aU fianon time with tho queen. Tho stibject of senate to the etary conference bill wer concurred' tn the conference hasnot been made pub without a division. The remslnderjff the lic, but it is supposed it had some bear Successors to the Lincoln National Bank. .U session ,ws occupied by the genoraWdefl-clencAccording on the Cretan question. whlehv appropriates $10,l39,"Vj,'arly i Z,oee,090'more than was tn the ollSs It ing to announcements previously made 'passed the house. At 6,10 a recess was tilted the queen is to start for tho Riviera By provision oi its charter, depositors are as fully protected' as ar until 8 p. m. an Wednesday and tho prime minister """ ' HousxA concurrent resolution was, passed would undoubtedly visited depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually have authorizing the printing ot 10,000 copies ot tho majesty under any circum- liable to the extent-o- f the amount of stock therein at the par value hearings before the committee on banking sod her It thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may act currency. A motion to suspend tho rule and stances prior to her departure. pass the bill tor a settlement by suit or comevenMonday was announced as Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an individual, promise of the claims of the United States ing that tho French, qerman against various states on account ot defaulted ss and Russian ministers havo approved trust funds Interest on Indian lit) tho carrying1 out of tho threat 'con- Condition of (It. Co., StanMr. Aldrlch defeated. jtho tained in the identical note of the up bring to endeavored bill prohibiting the transmission of papers powers to blockade tho coasts of Greece ford, Kentucky, December 31, 1896. containing illustrated accounts of prlzo CantIn the event of her refusing1 to 'accede reing, but the house voted 7i to 33 to take LIABILITIES. RESOURCES. cess. The evening session had not adjourned to the demand that sho'withdrawjher . $200,000.00 1277.910. 01 Capital Stock Loans and T , troops from Crete and her fleet from Overdrafts Discounts i at 2 o'clock Wednesday morning. 7,070.19 17,60180, Surplus Fund ,'., Wasiiinoton. March 4 Sisatk T,he 1,98107 Cretan waters. Their reason is that, Other Stocks and Uonda !:J,i7tt83 , Individual Deposits 41,6019-.- ' of tho senate Wednesday was principalgives Duo from National Hanks , 3,875 34 ,i. 6.530 00 Due from National Banks ly In connection with the conference repojKs, although that the reply of Greece Hanking House...... B,303-8-t s'omo hopo of a compromise, it docs not Furniture uua Fixtures Danks 80000 Due from btato The first to be presented was on tho appro18 705 69 priation bill for tho District ot Columbia, pt comply with tho demand made by tho Cash 3U,S58 89 was not a final report, however, as tho ciip-- v powers. ,. ferees had lauea to reacn an ngraj- p asea, jjiarcn u. Adm. Caneraro, in ment on the series 0 senate, amovL ments appropriating various sums tp command of tho fleet, has notified M. tbe charitable Institutions of tho city. TB4 Barak lis, tho Greek vlco consul, that partial report was ajreed to. and a fijrthrrd'j10 must ienve tji0 island. M. Harnklls J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, Ky W. A. Carpenter, Milledgcville, Ky conference was ordered. The next confereno was recently Instructed by King George Jno, S. Owsley, Stanford, Ky. John M. Hail,- - Stanford, Ky. lonmenu-incommittee was on tne ouirPVi .lailna n UHltiUhlVM3i 4.WU VVM nnnfaatiA in;i,; to go.to Sellno to Interveno withgtho J, E. Lynn w T'Ha rClUblUjj, IU KAitlKnilnnn Jno. F. Cash port, finally wan rand on tne post omce ap insurgents there in behalf of the beWilliam Gooch, S.J Embryt propriation bill and was agreed to. Aw sieged of Kandamos. Mussulmans W. H. Cummings, Preachersville, Ky. House When the house reassembled a The vice consul insisted upon going in (rfr V. Y. call in??Jl nVlnefc. Mr. Khnrman J, B. OWSLEY, Cashier up tho conference report on the Indian blly rtho Greek warship Hydra, but this tho S. H. SJIANKS, President. When foreign admirals would not permit. whleh the senate rolcetei Tuesday. , W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. o the house took a recess nt 8. 40, it was under T.hev'offered to placo a Russian solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, and stood that the conferees had azrecd as to boat at his service, but M. Barak-li- s, all tho amendments excopt two. A hotly con-- 1 J. B. OWSLEY, , Cashier declined to accept the offer. It is they will receive prompt attention. tested flelit wns made to secure conourronce in tho senate nmendmont to the general dell- - 1 supposed that his banishment is duo to clency hill providing for payment of Boitman this refusal. act claims for supplies furnished the union Thd foreign admirals have tele- of claims, but army, adjudicated by 'graphed to. their respective govern it failed. In accordance with tho arrangement ' made Tuesday tho houso considered President, ments that they will immediately ttis. Immigraof the voto Cleveland's paten uuu men to muiuiuiu uruur iu mo -DEALER IN-tion bill, and by a vofe of 103 tq 37 decided to irarious towns. pass the bill, tho objections ot the president is reported from a Turkish sourco notwithstanding Tlnal action was taken itho Mussulmans at Kandamos upon tho bills to amend tho tariff law soas to authorize tho sale to tho hlghost bidder of fi?t& in the provlnco .of gollnp hayo forfeited smoking opium, to amend tho navi- rsLvuu ior 1 minora, wnuru nicy vn f " mtr- -- -- 1 gation laws, reylso and amend tho patedt w CONGRESS 1 Will, THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY,' STANFORD. KY., OF lr' 'X y: J the Farmers Bank and Trust bns-ine- Directors. W ,. tor-pfcd- SWe Ihe-oou- A. PENNINGTQN -- '?' ilt 1 lt-- debt-thro- 11 ar Greece's' Itoply to the Powers. Athens', March 9. .Nothing more thanta summary of the reply of Greece ultimatum of the powers Is obtainable, but the following Is the qut-lin- o tf tho' letter as delivorcd to the foreign representatives ,Mopday: The note cays that Greece, in conforming to" tho. wishes of tho powers, recoraended that tho Cretans accopt certain reforms, but tho Moslems rendered these reforms impossiblc.nnd Greece wns, therefore, obliged to ia terrene to protect a sister nation. An autonomous administration for tho island, tho note says, docs not con stltuto a solution of tho difficulty, and the Cretans reject it. Greece, the noto' MRS. HENRY WARD BEECHER says In conclusion, is willing to accopt Dies of Injuries borne Months the decision of tho Cretans as to Ago nt Stamford, C't. or an; whether Stamiokd, Ct.. March 0. Mrs. Henry neNatlon. they desire autonomy Ward Hccchcr died nt 10:13 Monday TI16 recall of tho Greek licet and morning1. troops would bo a signal for further Mrs. Ucechcr camo horn shortly beof excesses in fore Thanlcbgivlnjr on n visit. A few which the tho island, in tho face Greeks could not romaln. fell in her room, cutting Therefore, tho recall a ga5.l1 in her foichead Silo fell a passive. troops is impossible. of the and second timo' about a month Inter, frac- ileet turing her hiri for a time she seemed DEATH PENALTY to improve, and it was not until re 1 to-tndays-lator.sh- for Washington, March 6. Shais-T- ho mal proceedings ot the senate cooilniv3tJj through tho rotrtnsATtrrther aisagree-'rncon the deficiency bill was reported, and-- - It Wall ordered back to conference. 10 o'clock tbe venerable Senator Mor-rl- l, At Vermont, offered resolutions exof of tho senate pressing tho appreciation for tho ablo and Impartial discharge of ofllccr by (tr. of presiding tho duties Sjgyenson. There was yninlmous, anJ hearty agreement to the resolutions At 10.30 the formal proceedings woro fast nearlng an end, aad on motion of Mr, Hoar tbe usual resolution was adopted for a committee of two senators to wait on Prcsldont Clot eland and Inform him that the senate had concludsd its labors and was ready to adjourn Senators Hoar and Prlco were appointed ns tho committee Mr Hoar announced that tho committee of congress had waited on tho presidont and that ho had asked them to convoy 'his congratulations on tho close ot their labors. On motion of Mr. Cockrcll It was agreed that the daily sessions shall begin at IJ. Thereupon, at U:10 p. m., tho'sen-ut- o adjourned until Friday. House Tho houso was still In tho legislative day otTucsdiy when It adjourned without day The closing hours wcro uneventful The statesmen had worked all night to got tbe sundry civil, Indian nnd agricultural bills to tho president, only to have them pocket vetoed, while tho general doHctency failed of ptssago because tbo houso refusod to subscribe to the halt million ot Uowman claims which tho sonato Insisted upoa Tho only feature ot th,e closing throb of life was the enthusiastic reception accorded Speaker Hoed and the unanimous standing vote of thanks tendered him. Washington. March a Senate In executive session I'rlday tho scnato confirmed McKlnley's caplnot appointments. as follows) John Sherman, of Ohio, to bo secretary ot state. Lman J fOagc, of Illinois: to bo secretary of tho treasury; Russell (A. Alger, Michigan, to be secretary ot war: ot McKcnna, of California, to be Joseph attorney general, James A. Gary, of Maryland to bo postmast general. John D Long.of Massachusetts, to bo secrot.iry ot the natyi Cornelius N. Hllss, of Now York, to bo secretary of the Interior; James Wilson, ot Iowa, to be secretary ot agriculture. laws. ,M.vnut- - ithov.WouldIarrt?ci ntPalJlcorit ''.SfisSSRffV'Pwn Ktfnmnra wit to fetch their belong ot danger, u; was exj.juui.uii nt ldljpatchcfl Lb.VDOjf, March 0. A dispatch from Ilcrnkllon, ' island of Crete, to tho Central Nows says that insurgents who are beseiging tho town Monday declared the armistice ended and closed Tl)o Ottoman troops upon tho place, resistqd tho .insurgents from three points in the outskirts and there was sharp fighting. No further details are -- 1 AM SELLING GOODS LOWER THAN THEY WERE EVER SOLD BEFORE IN MT. VERNON. My Store is. ordie Corner of Main Street and Taylor Avenue, Near. Presbyterian and Baptist Churches. New Go' HP)r Hard Time Prices Call and See Me GENERAL Hr'i"' MERCHANDISE. given., respondent of tho Chronicle telegraphs that much anxioty is folt thero lest Jroat Britain rof use to join in coercing GreccQ. As yet Austria, Germany and Russia are tho only three of tho 'Si?c great powers that havo assented to tho proposals made by tho foreign ad1 mirals ini'Cretan waters, which-imply . Looox, March 9. Tho Vienna cor- THERILEYProprietor, HOUSE B. F. RIIEY, LONDON, I have moved - - KENTUCKY, 1 to ray new Hotel aid am better prepared ever to accommodate the public. thaa Good Livery at a Npvere blockade, of tho coasts ol Give me call Gretco. The correspondent adds that tached and every convenience desired. tho vessels of tho Greek navy which aro poing to voio narnor aro Kepitm irr 1 der ktrict surveillance.. The Sambrook Hotel, Livingston IJ K' ' , ' Convenient to railroad station. Rates reasonable. ' . Porters meet all trains. Ky Oruggists'and Pharmacists. MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS m Mt. Vernon, Ky. We carry Drues. Chemicals. Paints. Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Pancy Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &e. Prescrip-tjoircarefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call for goods usually k'ep't in a ' s drugstore. ' s ' S first-clas1 f I W 1 Inst!-tutlon- H bho has been a very buby ol d, lt oncour-age'lh- jii rw ')' $ ) ik whoro sho was born in 1812. Her maitlqn nnmo( was 'Kunico Whito and her fnthqr, Dr. Ilullard, was a physician who was born in England. She was educated' in Worcester ccyin-t- y and Hadley, Mass. iMrs. llcechor died exactly ten years after her distinguished husband. His death occurred ' on" March 8, 1887. , Noted bwlndler Arrested. 'CmcAbo, March 9, John McDonald, alias J. W. Leonard, alias ''Win. N. Bachulder, wanted in Denver, Kansas City, Butto City, Colorado Sprirfgs and a. half dozen other westoVn cities fdr. mine swindling, was.arrested' Monday morning at tho Sherman house When' ' tho prisoner's effects Were- - examined' he was found to havo in his possession wreckage were thrown a'quortier of 'i nearly (50,000 worth of mining stocks,-deed- s mile. Ddnlap- isn widower and' lcavei t property and bonda-o- f various four cbildreflo'.rssido at WcU Key, descriptions, .iWvn 1 11 ' '.T d, oil-drill- her charity work and literary labors uoinnn. Mrs. Ueuchcr was a native of West Sutton, Worcester county, Mass., hopo. ( bince tho death of hot husband in March, 18S7, Mrs. Ucechcr' has lived rather an uctivo life for ono of her advanced' years'. Shu'had not attempted to keep up her social duties, but with cently that her physician abandoned issued an order direpting that hereafter all wotrjen arrested in CubaVhoare called "suspicious',' shall bo tried by court-martial.- To lie Inipoaerl oil Cuban Wnmnn Arrest-oi- l by Order of Gen. Wcyler. Havana, .March 9. Gen. Wcylcr has W " While the penalty is not publicly stated, it is .supposed that if tho women aro found guilty, the death penalty will bo imposed. The issuing of this, ordor has been protested against hy somo of tho foreign consuls. GenWoylet says It is asserted that tho women aro tho hardest to subdue, arid if ho had his way he would klll'them first and try afterward, . "7-ratal Holler Krploston. , Pittsburgh, March 0. Callory Junction, on.thej Pittsburgh and Western railroad, was shaltem by a1 boiler ex plosion at t;50) o'clock' Monday morning. John'bunlap, an was killed, 'and CharJeS MoKover, was Tho explosion ocourrqd al an oil wlAmt tho Staples farm. The engine houdc, derrick nndiunachinery dSSii ( .' - "' I if First National Bank ' . " ,,- . , , Of Stanford, Ky. $200,000. -- ; . 4l Capital Stock Surplus $23,100. . ' ' -- DIRECTORS- J. W. Hayden, K. L.. Tanner, I. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore. F Reld T. P. Hill, S. H..Baughman, W. A. Tribble, T. Harris ' J. S. Hocker and M. J. Miller. We solicit the accounts of the citizens o! Rockcastle and- adjoining counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence,, with' a view to Business rciawuus, rcspcciiuuy lnvuca. JNO. J, McRQRTgCuhkr. J. b. HUUJSbKj.tfres, a - mu tfA-- j i r, - ' 'fl K" 'V .J. . 1 J sm&m . 'J. J v. ssaf irtiw t w faireCTtiMga'a'pmiwiwwiumuiuMWMiNiMiUiwiWHrMwiu !, wbcthi mircmgimmmniwumm UMii;jMOT.CTiijwiiiiii.uiiiMiiintf'M''w'iwiia.rauiiijuiiuriMw X. Vernon Signal; 1S97. Friday. March i2, Auditor Stone's report shows For 8aik Ten stacks of hay, that on March 1, the total deficit 50 barrels of coin, one No. 1. Pole of the 'State's general expenditure bull calf and 2 c and school funds was 5320.65:;. 50. pair Chester Jeisey Angus-Holsteiwhite-Duro- DR. S u V. B. n PENNY, rgleo Dc ntist Uy Mt. w i" pigs. stated on Rood authority that Cornelius Vauderbuilt paid JAMES MARET. $10,000 to the inaugural expense ykar $1.00 fund raised by Washington citizens srnscRii'TioN onk with the agreement that the parade should mat nh two blocks farther Advertising t aid made known on than originally intended to pass. application He was too ill to go out. Published every Friday by It is Cheap for cash. J. K. McClary. suf-lerin- Patrons fdlm n distance given a liberal discount's All work guaranteed. STiryoRD. Vernonf! iSSCollegia'te-InstituKAcademic, Intermediate, and Primarj , Departments. i ". v ' 1896, x M ', The wife of Leonard Wejls, of g East Brimfield Mass., had be3n from neuralgia for two days, being able to sleep or hardly not keep still when Mr. Holden, the merchant there sent her a bottle of Chamberlain's Pam Balm, and asked that she give it a thorough trial. On meeting Mr. Wells the next day he was told that she was all right, the pain had left her within two hours,and the bottle of Pain Balm was worth $5.00 if it could not be had for less. For sale at so cents per bottl". by M. C. &. D. N. Williams. Mt. Vernon, Ky.; and Wt A. Beazley & Son, Ky. Crab-Orchar- 'M 1 ,. IN CONNECTION' WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. CJ C. Wllllami '. It. 0. William , KY Fall Session Opens September i, Jnm WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, Attorncys-at-Law- N(TVERNON, AAWf UNCEMKNTS. ! Wtrnie mitlioriretl tiiniiiioimco WALLACE LASWELL ns n cumlitlatclfor count), siihjt-e- t Sheriff of J Koekcnstle to the netion of tho cpub-llca- n uuty. Wc nro nuthoriml to nuiiouiico TILMAN GILPIN As a candidate or Juiicr of Rockcastle county kubject to vtlio action of tbe Kejmblican party. Mrs. Walling, mother of Alcnzo Walling, left Cincinnati Tuesday evening last, for Grcencastle, Ind., to personally appeal to the Bryan family to save the life of her son. The Bryans may refuse to see her, as Fred Bryan, brother of the dead girl says that he will try and present a meeting of the mothers. ,V The .storm '4 , Office on 2nd lloor in new brick on Special attention Church street. given to collections Special Normal Work for Teachers. L. IW. SCROGGS, Principal fe f COURT CANDAR. oJ. C. McGlARY UNDERTAKER. A COMPLETE STOCK. Telegraph Orders promptly attended aotf to. Also dealer in HARNESS, SADDLERY &c. d, which has raged Itjuroughou't the Middle and West- Wc are authorized to announce 'ern States on Thursday night CM. CUMMINS, not candidate for bhcriff of Rockcastle March 4, stands unparalleled, Asa county subject to the ' action of the only for the extent ol teirritoty ' ' Republican party. ovr which it ranged, but for the amount pf water precipitated. Wciue nutliorlrcri to mm ounce Floods are reported irom almost W. A. Ii. DAVIS revery telegraph office from Pitts As n candidate for Superintendent of School burg on the east to Kansas City on of Rockcastle county, subject to ion the West, and from the lakes to the of the Republican primary northern boundary of Tennessee. Wo are aulhomcd to unuouncc In some instances the wind reached the velocity of a hurricane, and JOSHUA DOREING An a candidate for AkscsVir of liockcastlj much damage done to dwellings, county, subject to the action of the Repub- barns, fences, orchards and forest.0 lican party. lips been reported from various points throughout the district. Wc are authorized to announce The loss of property is estimated at D. P, DETHURUM Southern Ohio, In $10,000,000. Ah n candidate for tojtlio office o '(liana and Illinois suffered worse. County Judge of Rotkciistlo county subjec ! HOW TO PREVENT CROUP. Die action of the March 20, '07. to Republican piiiuary Some reading that will prove interesting to young mothers. How to guard against the disease.' Croup is a terror to young mothers and to post them concerning the cause, first symptoms and treatMILLER HOPSE, ment is the object of this()litem. Fa mcrlj Kewcomb rlotel The orgin of croup is a common HUGH MILLER, Prop'r. cold. Children who arc sibjject to ' MT VERNON, Ky it take cold very easily an) croup is meet all train.'. almost sure to follow. The first Commercial Men's Headquarsymptom is hoarseness; this is soon ters' Near depot.' followed by a peculiar rough cough, i.L. lJ. which is easily recognized and will never be forgotten by one who has heard it. The time to j :t is "when W. McCLURE, the child first becomes hoarse, If , Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is Mt. Vernon, Ky. freely given all tendences to cr,bp H will soon disappear.Even aftef Qe All business entrusted to my croupy cough has devoioped it will care will receive prompt attention. prevent the attack. Thetp is no Office: Second floor of new brick dangei in giviug this remeay for. it on Church street. Bffi-port- ers COUNTY COURT-Fou- rth lie in, each month COURT-Fi- ret QUARTERLY Moil day in Janunry', April. July and October. M Monday CIRCUIT COURT-Fec- ond in,February. Fourth Monday in May Monday in September and Third MT VKKNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month. STANFORD, KENTUCKY 1GO TO JOSMA! He better For Everything in MCKENZIE Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoos GENERAL MERCHANDISE. bargains than can be secured anywhere. will give you CARPETS. FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, CASKETS AND COFFINS . .. JO, 'f Attorney"at"La-w- ...0.1 . ' Wc are nuthricd 6. D. to announce LEWIS As n candidate for Circuit Court ClcrkEof Koekc.wtle county subject to the actitoiof tho cpublic.m pnmaryiMarch 20, "J7 1 Wednesday. contains nothing injurious. For sale by M. C. & D. N. Williams, Mt. Vernon; and W. A. Beazley & Russel Dilliou was in Stanford, Son, Crab Orchard, Ky. L LIVINGSTON. Do you appreciate the prvilege of buying the above lines of goods at factory prices. The name WITHERS, stands foi fair dealings and low prices Others quote low prices, WITHERS more than quotes tlieta. We make the prices low in order to protect you against installment houses, and high priced" monopolies. r I DR. E. J. BROWN W W. WITHERS. Manager, at Mt. Vernon; Myj MRS. S. C. FRANKLIN, Rev. Al Pike, of Brodhead. was here Tuesday. V. J. Sparks, of Mt. V(ernon, We are authorjzed to announce ' was here Monday. W. B. SMITH, Geo. Worman moved his family As n candidate for Clerk of the Rockcastle" County Court, subject to Corbiu, Thursday to the action of the Republican Mrs. Eva O'Donnel returned primary March 20, 1897. from Rowland Tuesda Born: To the wife tfHps Al Wc are autliorj.ed to announce brighl, a son, William iCkTO: G. S. GRIFFIN, OUR CLUBBING LIST. Home and Farhi,'hnd the Sign at, s&L for $1.25 for 1. 50. - Enquirer and the SiGtoAt one yea , 1. m I J 1 jtf: 1 Physician and Surgeon, MT VERNON, KY - - '- -, office. oer .Williams' ilrujatorB Coliye r & Cp. MARBLE Farm and Fireside', Chicago, and Signal for $1.60 a year. Toledo Blade and Signal' one year for $1.25. Twice-a-Week 1 Complete Stock. Low Prices. CUTTERS, Jacob Sambrook, DEALER IN BRODHEAD, KY. , ' i" Couner-Journ- a Miss Carrie Lair returned to her and Signal one year As a candidate for as for $1.50 Jailer of Rockcastle county, subject home at Mt. Vernon, Friday. to the action 'of the Republican Miss Lcna.jGriffiti i? vjsiting her primary, March 20, 1897. cousin, Bessie Mullins, at Mt. Ver- Family Grocerlrs. i- - Livingston, Ky. We arc authorized tjo announce non. E. Fishback returned from a J, B. LAIR, 'visit to relatives at Falmouth, Sat As a candidate for County Judge of Rockcastle county4subject to the urday. action ot the Republican primary, Geo. Parsons and Tee Griffin, March 20, 1897, who have been very sick, are some I announce nvysell?this week as better. a candidate for the office of CirMrs; John 3. Cooper and sons cuit Clerk of Rockcastle county, returned home from Crab Orchard subject to the action Jof the Repub- Suuday. lican primary March 20th. I was W. F. Sheridan and Logan born and reared 'in this county; I of Stauford, were here Republican; have been a Monday. have never asked for office before; neither do I drink or gamble and H. G. Johnson, of Louisville, if honored with the nomination atid L. B. Debusk were in town and elected, I promise you a clean Saturday. and clear cut administration of the James F. Griffin, the man vho affairs of the office. Yours truly, will be nominated for Circuit Clerk, Jamks Griitin. Wildic, Ky. was here Tuesday. y Mart Hicks and wife, spent . Wkst Virginia has her first Reand Sunday at Wildie, the publican governor in 25years. guests ot Mrs. Hyde. Ei nest Fishback, the popular Murat Halstead will be the day olerk at the depot, is visitiug next Consul Geneialto Havana. relatives at Moreland. Mrs. George Prewitt, of Leba MRS.Henry Wardllkecuer died uon Junction, was tire guest of at Stamford, Conn., Match 8th. Mrs Brack Graves, Thursday bud Frtdav. She was S5 years of age. Our young people Svere enter-'aiue- d with a dance given at Geo. Coi.. John Henderson has been appointed United States Senator Woriuan's Monday night and one at W. R. Billion's Saturday night, by Governor Bloxuni, of I'lorida. Wes-terfiel- d, lile-lon- g Sat-uida- Mt Vernon R Local J. it Monuments, Tombstones, and Work of all kinds in that line done on short notice at tho lowest rates writo for esti mates will send a man to you to make estimates antf givd prices. R. H. IIAMM, Salesrnr n. V1 MARKET. Corrected each week by E. B. COX dealer in Groceries, Hardware, Shoes and produce nutter Chickens 12 W.; LAWRENCE, Bhysician and Surgeon, Mt. Vkrnon, - - Kentucky. Special attention given to the EYE. Office on Main street neai Post-office-,. 7 4 2 2 Fresh lork Fresh Pork pcrlOOlhi Beef Hogs Cattle Hides dry Hides Bto. Onions per hu Potatoes, per hu Corn, per bu 0(3.7 . 4.00 48 .1 2 Turnips Iietins. per hu Apples, per bu Apples, dry Shipstuii; p'ef '10A lbs Turkeys, drjssed " on foot Tnllow 4 $1 do iO 4o 35 1 00 75 C8 2 H. B SPRATT, "' and 1.. .1 "CM 73 8 PAINTER PAPER HANGER, fil:. Ucmcn, Ky. A '1 J 5 ;i 1, ... Best work at reasonable .. Consult mo for esti f 1 8ffl,SbUTHERN-- a "TIII?U". ( mate's on "work. , ' I"1 ' '' it "'' Steam Dye Worfe. m and' Surgeon, and linot roriortioneil Sdwina: Mnchi liov of now n:..iviif.'i('tunMi attachments, heavily uckel plated., in handsome velvet lined box, furnished A No. SPECIALTY. frco.with each SIGNAL niachinc. This TO CURR A COI.D IN ONK DAY. Rev. G. W. Walker, resigned nuichino Avill bps,(il(l.tor Cash. A registered 10- is on Taylor Ayenup the Church It is expected that Alon.:o Wal- his pastorship, ofwhich was accept-of Take Laxative Bromo Qunine Tab My new shop Baptist church. ycars veijj ideate 'of .warranty with each machine. druggists refund money, lets. All near the ling will make a clear confession Christ, Monday, if it fails to cure. For sale by M, jSTl expect Cash for Cash horseWsnlc b'y MRS,' S'C 'F"R A.JSKJUIN, of what Jackson knows, if he will ed. He preached his farewell ser G. & D. N. Williams and Wui. vMt. V.ernon, Ky. Senator-appointed I am prepared to clean and dye all kinds of ladies' and gentleman's garments. Also ribbons, feathers. silk and crepe shawls, silk waists, silk dresses, &c. Fancy colored silks and gent's eveniag suits olenned to look like new by the French Cnemical Dry Process. If you need atiy of this kind of work done call at my agent's resiWix Dilliou wife and baby, who dence, MRS. S. C. FRANKLIN, near the Baptist church, Mt. VerMaj, Wood, of Mt. Sterling, have been visiting in Lincoln, reRICHARD PAPE, from Kentucky, turned home Wednesday. Some non. Lexington, Ky. is at Washington hobnobbing with one said Wix stopped off at Mt. Vein on. JIanna. DR. A. G. LOVELL , "irjhysi.ciani; MT VERtfON, ftY 'Oflice North sido Main street Vte Chalk ni. ii. Wmld Uf MUr vjihies!!' .xmia The new THO'S TAYLOR umarjsxsrwavKUZtxzairKTC Ijiiprovecl SIGNAL V. Blacksmith; ( The hai:tl.-iiniei- t Self-Adjusti- . HORSE-SHOEIN- ti JT T five-draw- er i ! 4 $20 If ' t tell, that will clear him. moil, Monday night. Weber, druggists. 27.6m , shoeing. ' ''U ik ,'U )' J ' to.. ju m 4 ' ' tfhr tiif ,s: Fr nrti'"tt-- 1 ., r- - - &": jjcwImiIhmIiumw'' I ..- 7,1 - tifc . V - - Mt. Vehbii Signal Mt. VuVtON, Ky Entered t Ilia lit. Vcrnan, onii'Ctiii4 !.' Mar. 12, 1897, I'otolEce n jee mtiil mntUr. I. & N. LOCA.I, TIME CARD. Day Mail North 11:39 a " i Day Mail Sdulh 2:01 p m Night Ex. North 2:12 a m Night Ex. South J. A. 1:09 am Landrum, Agent. churches. 11 Christian Holds services 3rl Sunday a a. in. mid at 0:33 ji. m. Rev. Votto Uh Liv- pastor. I'rcnlij tcrlmi Holils services on th Sunday hero, niifl lpt Sunday at ingston. pilu MASONIC. iut unlay at Ashlaiiil Lodge No. 1 p. in. 641) ' m6el every .' Sec LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. Henry Fish is here with relatives, George Reynolds was here Sunday. Miss Lizzie Sowder is dangerous' lyilJ. I). 11. Cox will sell you a $12 suit - for $6. George itnttUm is seriously' ill with fever. Representative Wlutnkcr- was in - (uwu yvvuafauiiy, , f Bill Walker aud JiHl Frank In aho'tlier column we print a T. B. Chandler, whose post of Prewitt were tried and find $5 for list of the candidates that regislice Is Andrews, Laurel county, Mrs- - George Fish was sLopping The track is living near the mouth of Scaggs' abusive language aud threatening tered on Mrach 4 , . . in town Wednesday. George Bryant. They were jiiaoj wide and a veiy rugged one. They creek, placed ins name on our charged with having burnedBry-ant'- s Ifft the nbst late that nfternnoti T. G. Reynolds, of Wildie, wis list. house, but the charge was fcut from , late reports along the one day last week. here Nice Rocking chairs 90c, $1.00 track'they are considerably strung not sustained. J. W. Nesbitt and ye editor" have $1.25. $1.50 and up as high as $20, Every indication points to .an out, and will swing into tlie homehad sieges of sickness. also furniture ol all kinds a'i Mis. stretch on March 20th, when the V. J. Rentier, 'of Raspberry, S. C. Franklin's near the New epidemic of typhoid fever her this e and steel will be used year. 'Cleanliness is Godliness. Baptist church. called to see us Monday. without stint. Aud every st:eetand alley should Neal Parrett and T. J. PenningCharles Spillman, of near be thoroughly cleared of every puThe ladies of thG Pyrebyterjan ton bought McNew's planing and was here Sunday. trid substance. Also all the yards church and congregation met at Shingle mill and will continue the about towtt should be thoroughly the ' parsonage', Monday afternoon Andrew Baker is making exten business at the old staud, They sive repairs on his store room. renovated. andotganized la Missionary and deserve success. . . .' I am opening up in my old Aid Society. The omcers. are: James W. Riddle entered Col- I am now running my mill and President; stand on Church street, a big stock Mrs, L.. pegiate Institute, Monday last. . prepared to furnish at M.t. Vernon of fresh, new merchandise, direct Mrs. F, Kruegerj Mrs. Rickles j Snow sforma in the Northwest pine,, poplar and oak .lumber at from the cities. Everything kept land Mrs. E.- Taylor, Vice-Prelliave paralyzed railroad traffic. "" reasonable rates. . in a.'first-classtore can be found in dents. Secretary,! Miss Georgie G. W. Guntry. Jr. Hugh Miller and wife were both myies'tablishment.Come and see. McFeroiy Treasurer, 'Kli'ss Emma r very sick Hie first of "the week. bid Pine Hill coal works Prices wAyjdown at bottom Tlie Re- - Ktckles. i I " . ' Mrs. Mollie Ecton, of Beelick, will start up Monday. The Com member the stock is full. Sunday School books The?oo has discovered- some rich J. W. Bakbr s visiting her father, Lige Herrin. pany given to the Presbyterian Si S by veins, especially dne.of caniwl coal Danville and Philadelphia friends, Elbert Cox, on.Renfroe creek, three foot thick. " . diet! Sunday night. are beitfg placed on the shelves foi 111 aged citizen rguSee date on label on your use. Each menlber of the Sunday Miss Georgie McFeron will be L. B. Adams has opend a sfore T.IVirflfirth tti 1if Prphhvtorinn Sun. paper, it signines tue aate to School will draw a .book, which will near the mouth of Scaggs's creek. day School She Will oe assisted which you havejpaid.lf YOU owe be properly recorded by the LI: Ed Engleman, of Knox county, by Miss Emma Perihington and us, c'tnd along the CASH so as to brarian,The book will be taken ai'd iimUkingJthelSiGNAUthe best was here this week with relatives. August Krueger. back the next Sunday and the lpcal paper hi the mountains. allowed-tdraw anothen 1hus milv .near Brod- Tiie Owens E. C. Moore, a prominent citireading will 'be pirJvided fof Kverj lead, who have CrTnr t iro 'Imnrntf. zen of Marlon qoutity, is the dev one. fendant in ,i seduction suit filed by Roy Babbitt, oftBrownftbdrB; won Emma Wilson, a farmer's daughter Mrs. Mary Ami Langford.-nea- i HERES THE ENTRIES. $2o"(oob damages.town, has been very sick the past who wants Following is a list of the , candi the prize, the Danville Advbbate ' il " offered for the; bkSt. snake story. " "ew days. YouraccountH are 'due. Please dates thatreistered on Thursday, March 4., to be yoted for at the The story is ds follows: R. C. Rimcl, a prominent farmer come forward and settle. We need "Jim Thomas; if Billville. had a If Wildie neighborhood, called on the money. Don't delay this mat- Republican jrlmaiy. March 20, for pet black snake that he thought ' various county nomination t,o the -J ter, It's of Importance to us. s ts one day last week. everything of. Onedayjihi went " offices: resp'eclfully, Yoltrs . swimming and took the snake with T. V. Ferrill will put in a stock. , COUNTY JUDqit. M. C. & D. N: WlLLIAMSt him. Jim hung his clothes on a bf goods at Maretsburg. Mr. Falv D. P. Bethurum, J. B. Lair, and limV, (excfcp"t his shirt, which he Aid Society met The Children's ril is from Somerset. J. W: Gentry. kept on), that ran out over the with Mrs. Scroggs oh Sunday at ' Miss Lena Griffin, of LivingBounty attornry. swimming hole and the snake p. m. The meetings never diss ston, 'is the guest of her aunt, 3 coiled round the limb to sun itself. D. Colyer, and D. T. Lamb. P. continued on accodnt of severity Mrs. Reuben Mullins. As soon as Jim'got'iUlo the water of weather. The children will meet COUNTY CLERK. the.cramps and began to afternoon 'at 3 Dart Mullins, of near-- Withers, every Sunday M.C. Miller, J. L. Rash, W. B. he took sink, when, quick as a flash, that died Wednesday afternoon.. Mr. o'clock. Smith, and H. L, Tate. f snake swung down frbtu the limb, Mullins hd keen in bad .health tor Mike Maloney. a Cincinnati CIRCUiT CLRRK. Slid held grabbed Jim by Southern brakeman, fell from a F. Griffin and S. D. Lewjs, J. his head above the Water. Then ' Miss Florence Griffin, of Maret- - car while crossing High bridge and the snake grabbed Jim's shirt with SHERIFF. iurg, is with Mrs. Dr. E. J. Brown hqd a miraculous escape from death his tail, aud, keeping a coil of its Henry Catrou, C. M. Cummins, 'and will enter Collegiate Institute, his hands unconsciously catching body around the limb, it waived the nud Wallace Laswell. run the telegraph wires which Vlonday'next. shiit till'some tneir saw it and come JAIUJR. alongside the structure. and pulled Jim out. They spon i,,.--- i. p"iMQ n.nf:-i. nrtt,; 1. G. S. Griffin, E. Bullock, Jr.. brought Jim to, but he says he dispatch from Lancaster, savs: A pas defeated Sunday, last with Tillman Gilpin, Sam Fields, John would never have gotten out alive Circuit court con.ve.ued here very impressive ceremonies. B. Morris and Sidney Asbill. ggRF Saufley, SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS had it not been for the brains and M. F. Pike, one of 'Pine Hill's changing the grand" jury on turnstrength ofthesuake:" best citizens, called to see us pike IraidetC-'sartf:'W. A. B. Davis, W. A. " A mob is 'hursdayand added his name to. made up. ef cowards, andt one and W. I. Dooley. J-:ur list. t flight." ASSESSOR. it to man BRODHEAD. ,t G. W. Nickols. W. T. French,-Win- . Wildie, who George Johnson, of Mrs. Rosalind Nesbitt has reHansell, W. J. Chasteen, J. fas hod typhoid fever for several opened her select school "at her Mr. Chandler opened school ' ' teeks, we W. Kirby, Joshua Boreing, Win, are glad to say is on the residence, with good attendance. . W. G. Clark, and E. Monday. Hotid to rapid recovery. The Normal class will be a special McNew, A. J. Pike went to Kirksville feature of the school A number Branuaman. s James Murray, and Ed Oaks, of SURVEYOR, Saturday. it Bardstown Juuctiou, and George of students has already entered W. Todd, and T. C. Johnson. for the teachers' examiJ. W. G. Proctor, of Quail, W3S in "Pindell, of Clermont, are here re- - to prepare CORONER. our town Monday. No. nation in June. Mrs. Nesbitt's paitig the crusher near tunnel a teacher is 'well known 3 preparatory to starting up in the ability as John Pennington) Thomas Clark, Mr. Henry Parkerson's daughthroughout the county. and Wm. Gadd. ueartuture. ter ttttered school here Monday. this office very low. a raw-hidNfcho-lasvillc. 1 - Horse and Jack Mis printed at Davault officiating. May peace and happiness fill their pathMrs. Martha Schooler, of Gar-rai- extra supplies for sewing machines way of life. is visiting her daughter, Mrs.-L- . 'Any organ or piano Wade in the G. W. Moore was attacked at B. Adams, of this place. United States furnished at factory Pineville by three negroes and his Also Our good friend, James Ri'ddle, skull was crti'shed and1 one eye prices on terms to suit. guitars, violins, banjos, mandolins handed in some good articles which gouged out. kinds of musical goods, will appear as soon as we find Foil RbAt. A gobd Pfcdbend andall direcVlrbm factory. space. farm; 20 acres for corn, 3oarrp. A. U. SI AiJP, v TheC. C. Williams iPrhfc ConDwelliugin town. Mt. Vernon, Ky. .?' test, declamatory, will be rfeld at it J. H. ALBRIGHT; Mrs. S. V. Munday, of Washingthe College the last Friday flight in If you want a nice set of furu- - ton, Ind., writes this paper that we this month. ture, mattresses, springs, chairs, All the prisoners of the Lebanon safes, carpets, straw matting etc., were, wrongly lniormea wuen we jail, eight in number,- broke out go to Airs. . u. franklin, near staied,chat she had advertised for a correspondent and that it resulted Saturday night,1 for the" second Baptist church. in a wedding early in February. time in the past month. Marshal Freeman tendered his Mrs. Munday, nee Thomason, says Our old triend, G. W. Fagatt, of resignation to the City Council she and Mr. Munday were acquaint Pine Hill, sends us regards and the which it accepted. The Police ed in childhood. wheie with just as he has done since Judge, we are informed is ready Mrs. Matilda Baker Adams, wife the.SiONAt started in 1887. to resign as soon as one is appointed of Willis, B. Adams, died last Billey Muitin died at Hadley, and qualified. Thursday of measels, and was this Stale, ht the age of ninety. You can't Eefcp a good man burled Saturday at the Baker bury He had never been inside of a down. Hig Kennedy, t who was ing ground, west of town. Eight church or lifcatd a sermon preached agent and telegraph operator, children are left. Several other L. A. Davenport, of McKinney, here for more than than a year, lias members of4 the family are down Ky., guest of B. S. Davault, been promoted to dispatcher's of with measels; some being seriously called to see ue Saturday. He fice at Temple, Texas, on Santa ill. Mr. Adams has our sympathy in his great affliction. " will locate ott Mr. Davault's farm. Fe road. Rev-B.'- S. . - and her son, in suits. Master McKeuzie, leit for Xouis-villDressmaking by Mrs. A. Pen- lat-Wednesday. nington and daughter, near Capt. A. J. Burke, aged sixty-four- , Baptist church. . if dropped dead on his furm Win. M. Owens, Mt. Vernon, near Danville. March 8th, can furnish you with needles and Mrrs Cleo Bsown t l e. Wantbd. Ducks, geepe, tur- What? Yes, $6 buys suit' Dr. Pennington, of Orlando, was keyrf, chickens, eggs hides &c in to see us Thursday atE. B. Co:c. or which I will pay the highest Wantkd: A cheap saddle and ake from $3 to $6 to & B. Cox market price in cash. harness horse. Call at. this office.' at)(i see lvhat bargains you cau get R. Thompson. I a $12 t I bmmffiMmMEEsgmmmsm rnTiimii mi iu mintim 'mi. n ni.nmitut'tmiiimmH'i' '" fflj ? E. ' n.' i-- & . t-- On March 9, F. M. DecScer and Miss M. E. Done at - learned; the residence of the bride's parents, Jamis Done, in Rockcastle county. EiliiBifi - THAT FAC-SIMI- LE mH &u 'Hi m ,1.. , Arege table Prcparationfor As similating UicToodandllegula-tin-g Ihe Stomachs andBowels ' SIGNATURE OF of Promotes Dieslion.Cheerful-ncs- s and Rest.Contalns neither Not Narc otic. fag JKmatan Sad" 4biScnna Jlypbiniwit El Carbona&Jeia Opium.Morphinc norJtacral. IS ON THE cfOtdBrS.V4VELBIUIta WRAPPER OP EVERT -- H WmftrA J . ClmAtd Aunf lHOnyrfn narat 1 BOTTLE OF Aperfcct Remedy forConstlpa lion, Sour Stomach.Dinrrhoca Worms .Convulsions Jcverish-ncs-s andLoss OF SLEEP. . Toe Simile GASTORIA 2!i OaitorlA Is tint en ift on.!ia lottlai unlv. Id not iqM in balk. Don't allow f.nycB9 to !! yoa onytblng en lbs cr v1,0"''" lt ' It "Just M good" and "will rif pr-r- y pcr - Bc6 poo." that yoa tt o.a.b.t.o.h.i-a- . Signature of NEW YORK. eo exact copr or wrapper. Tis j Ql ftc- - tiallt S171 (JZajCSjjrjJbt jrHf j2L l vtifpil. r i. t Rev. Ragan preached in the Baptist church Saturday night aud Sunday. Messrs Berry aud Harris, traveling men, spent a clay or so with J. T- - Cherry, U. & N.. Louisville & Nashville. THE GRRAT Jennie L. .Reynplds, is improving rapidly aud will be out again in a few days. Mjss Delphie Colyer, guest of Lila RpgdKs, Orchard last week. was THROUGH TRUNK the bf ''Crab TO THR I LINE: - South PuNman and WITH West Sleepres,' : W. G. Tharp, the boss carpenter here, cannot build the houses fast enough for the people. Palace si s . . 1 jur. ana iurs. ueo. isarnes re turned from a visit to relatives in the Blue Grass, Pndav. Misses,Susie Smith and Nannie Yeadon are the cuests of Mr. Pare- goiii near Crab Orchard. Willis Grffinv UNDERTAKER. - J, E. Woodynrd and wife,, are visitilig their daughter, Mrs. J. H. Hilton, near Rowland. - ptl-p- il It is difficult to determine which is the thicker of ihe two, in oui town, measles or candidates. FINE COFINS Kept of all sizes and different Styles, Cloth Covered, Draped Caskets. Robes, Linen Bosoms., Cuffs, Collars. All ordprs by telegraph promptly attended to day and, nifght. o v The Methodist church will be in a condition to be used tn the near future and a good meeting' is pected. ex- - Miss Mattie Albright entertained quite a number of her friends at the residence of A. E. Albright on the evening ot March 4th. MT, VERNON LIME COMPANY Manufacturers , -- James F Griffin, of Wildie, who of Lime and, hrjek. has a splendid show to gain the They also furnish Lime, Building nomination for Circuit Court Clerk, Stone, either quarry face or cut. was here a few days since. Orders promptly filled. The town marshal is now ready to collect the town taxes. We hope " none will refuse to pay his taxes, as every one should be interested in good streets. P. FRANCISCO. Propr. Hotel Frith. Brorthead, the-ea- r The town trustees have decided Located at the DcpotVSy-Cy. not to build sidewalks . until fall, giving every man ample time to A Good Llvciy Attached. get his walk in good condition by Meet nil Trniu. Pav and Night. the 1st of October. Trnveliug Mnj nud Railroad men Solicited. Will fur in town a few J. A Farris was nMi lurches on nil Trains. exhibiting a black duck daysjsince li. eggtwhich he says was layed on March 4th. He predicts a dark and gloomy administration. Dr. Benton is still in a very deplorable condition. He is unable to move, but not suffering so much. Every one is very anxious about the Doctor's c audition as he had a large practice. v " Ham-nrou- d, ed v, r, " can-pu- ' Died: Infant daughter of William and Plory Francisco on March 7th. The flower Was too tender - - KY. and beautiful for.this climate, so it BRODHEAD, Wholosilcto ''..0 trade. VVrite was only transplanted in that .where it may for prWs b'forc buying elsewhere beautiful garden Patrouie homu enterprise, forever bloom. W. S. Cummins, MontifMcturer of 1 BROOMS, .'.. v,j t V"V - . v :i?J' t SS - 4 ,vi IK 1 A J iA" V zM V v "f MK ii " l Tv Tlicro m one l.irKC house in this country that has I. ikon business on its turn and means to rule in on the rising tide. Alive to the Hi'gni of better times and to the bcBt interests ot the people, they are now circulating among families n valuable publication ltnonu ns the Charles A. Vogeler Company's Cookery Book and Book ot Comfort and Health, which contains very choice informaReceipts tion on the subject of cooking. for the preparation of Rood, substantial and dainty dishes, prepared especially for it by a leading authority, will be found in its pages. Much care has been taken in its preparation and distribution, with the hope that it will be just the thins needed for housekeepers, and just the thing needed also for the care of the health and household. As a Cookery Book it will be invaluable to keep on hand for reference. It also contains full information in regard to the great remedies of this house, which provide against bodily ailments, especially the Master Cure for Pains and Aches, St. Jacobs Oil. To give some idea of the labor and expense of this output, more than 'JOO tons of paper have been used in its publication, and at the rate of 100,000 a day, it has taken several months for the issue." The book can be had of druggists everywhere, or bv enclosing n 2c stamp to The Charles A. Vogeler Company. Baltimore, Md. 3"llllniii of Cook Honk (ilten Anny. Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure khown to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the A jiny of ravens would not be long in de- system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient ciding that a linnet could not sing. strength by building up the constitution and , i. Cascarcts stimulate liver, kidneys and assisting nature in doing its work. The bow els. Never sicken, weaken or gripe, 10c. proprietor have so much faith in its curative powcis that they offer One Hundred l'coplo really ought to have better sense Holl.it for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. than they have. Atchison Globe. m NEWS. hear a farmer say when he reads that John Urelder, Mishicott, Wis., Postmaster Warren Nimud, of prow 173 bushels of Salzcr's Silver Drcensburg, is dead. King Hurley per acre in. 1890. Don't At Denton, Cora Johnson attempted you believe it? Just write him! You suicido becauso her parents refused to sec Salzer's scetls arc bred up to big got her a now dress. yields. And Onts 230 bushels, corn 260, W. a Sa.ndridciu died of locjtjaw tt Wheat GO bushels, Potatoes 1,600 bush- Elizabothtown, superinduced by run; ning a nail into his foot. els, Grasses 0 tons per acre, etc., etc. j10.00 for 10 cents. At Ilopkinsuille, Robert Coleman Just Semi This Notice and 10 Cents was given a llfo sentence for tho murstamps to John A. Salzcr Seed Co., La der of Edwin Long in a quarrel. Crosse, Wis., and get 12 farm seed sam James M. Gill, for several years ples, worth $10, to get a start. deputy circuit clerk at Lexington, rek signed that position to go to WashingOfficer f to recruit! "You look as sullen as ton as the private secretary of Hon. you aro Evan Sottlo, congressman an ape that has just found out that from tho Lis descendant." Fliegende Blactter. Seventh district. John A. Middlkton, who was re$100 Itcvrnrd 1(1100. The readers of this paper will be pleased nominated for representative on tho to learn that there is at least one dreaded fusion ticket of republicans and nadisease that science has been able to cute in tional democrats in Shelby county, has all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's declined the nomination. Yc WHAT A STUPENDOUS LIE! KENTUCKY STATE Gained P Twenty-Foun,i r Pounds. A Womnn The B. & O. S.-T!y,, commencing SunAt Louisville, Fredorick Goctz's famday, January 24th, will inaugurate on trains No. 4 and 5, a through Pullman Buffet Sleep- ily horse strangled itself to death by pulling on tho halter in its stall. The ing Cur, line between Baltimoie and Chicago, via Cincinnati and Indianapolis. horse was to havo been, sold tho next This will enable tho patrons of the B. & day, tho bargain having been closed in Kcsults prove tho greatest merit. For a ly. to make the above named the presence of the animal. Mr. Goctz. spring medicine tlicro can be no substitute for 0. Hood's SarsapaiilU, because Its uncqualcd points without the inconvenience of changthinks tho horse committed suicide in ing cars. record of cures ot all blood diseases proves For time of trains and further informapreference to becoming tho property, of By. tion call on agents H. &. O. another man. , Ar. Cakoilt., a hardware drummor exploration,' "Now for another arctic living at Maytield, camo near ending laid Fogg as he started on a search for hia his life by drinking a lamp full of alcoovetshoes. Boston Transcript. ', hol while on a spree. the One True Purifier SJppclnHj,', nouicinber Stockholders of the. First National C. I. Hood & Co., TAvrclI, Mass. That the Cleveland Akron & Columbus "R'y.. bank of Newport are in dismay over an PillcaroPr,omPt' cfllcicnt and ii still selling round trip tickets between all 3 r,,,dcasy In effect. 25 cents. stations on its line, good going and returning assessment on" stock of 100 per cent.', Sunday, at a rate of one fare for the round payable in quarterly installments. ':J any The annual declamatory . x 9 trip. Ask Daly agent for particulars, or write ical contest botween tho and oratorto C. I'. General Passenger Agent, representaw Cleveland, O. We wish to fratn 50,000 pleasod S-- charged with intimidating voters at tho lata olection will be defended by Congressman Senator Blackburn, Address P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. elect Settle, Stato Senator Bronston Sold by Druggists, 75c. are like burns and scalds, All and Hon. E. P. Farrell. Hall's Family Pills arc the best. ate cured by St. Jacobs Oil. The pipe line from Somerset to Slick ford has bcen'surveyed and work; Nobody has sympathy for a fat man, A telephone at a business office is not for though every real fat one needs it all tho will begin at once. social messages. Alcnison uiouc. Hawesville will build water works time. and a stock company a theater. Frost-bites Miss Ida Weiiu committed suicido at Glenvillo by taking strychnine. She was to have been married in a fow ' days. As tiik result of an old grudge Chas. Drew was shot to death by Frank Lakes in Jackson county. The men arrested at Lexington1 A New Era reporter recently had the privilege of partaking of a bounteous noonday repast at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kenady, near Hope, Ind., a few miles across the line in Bartholomew Co. At the table sat the eightjyear-oldaughter of this happy couple, who had just returned from school. It was raining at tho timo and consequently her clothing was damp. She complained of clu'ngs and paina all over her body. - "Arthur," said Mrs. Kenady, "as soon as you uuisii jour uinncr x want you to go over to the drug store and get a bos of Dr. Williams Pink Pills. Tho rheumatism is in on Lucy ns sure as you're living, and I wish to astop it at once in its early stages, and save long sickness and physicians' expense. The mother got the child good and warm and had her romove her wet clothes, and ?C w'med h.e. Peculiar experience one said: " ..V n ','."""'" A "iK "' "I had hitn get those pilli for Lucy be- cause I know they wilf cure , her, for they cured me, as all my neighbors will tell d Who Wn Utterly DrohoB u uottu iicaioreu to Health and Weight. rrom tho New Era. GrcensWs. Ind. "Isee. 'he observed, musingly, "that rel-lowhitewash hasjuiribeen friTented." The editor of the New JourjallBm leaped excitedly from his chair. "Great Scottl" lie exclaimed, 'who did itf We must secure him at any price as an artist for our colored Y. Pre. Mrs. Crimsonbeak (as her husband comes in late nt night) "What does the clock say, John?" Mr. Crimsonbeak (with, difficulty) "Nothing, madam, nothing. It's got sense enough to say nothing." Yonkers Statesman. No smoke, dust or cinders on Ouecn and Crescent Route limited trains south. Rock ballast. Superb trains, with .every comfort. Fast time and the short line from Cin- HIS IS THE TIME of year .. when men HERE 18 ONLY ONE SURE WAY known to medical men for promptroubles of the kidneys and re storing these great organs to health and strength, and that is by the use of tly Comfort. cinnati. She yet."- - Yonkcrs Statesman. -ac erf" He "Well, it hasn't (or "Does the baby take after its moth. begun to talk become weak ened by .. VftvamMtH "3. the weath TSrKBl vVdQ. er, and run It has stood the down generally. .. .. The and women .. .. .. checking Over 400,000 cured'. Why c regulate or remove your desire tor tobacco? Saves money, makes health and manhood. Cure guaranteed, 60c and J1.00,all druggists. . Fiftr Cet. notletNe-To-Baii., the weather first parts that Sarsaparilla;," Best H s , customers In 1897 and hence I Pkg illsmark Cucumber Hound (Hobo neet "After the birth of mv vnim.! .i,:m here, about two years itfco, I was completely hbroken down. I took medicine from the physician wno had attended me through my tuiimiciui:iit, uui, grew worse ana worse linn i cuuiu scarcely go about at all. I tried other doctors, with about tho same result. Pains would shoot all through my body, and the least exertion or mere bend-inpver would catisd me to have smothering spells, and the suffering was terrible almost unbearable. I thought it was caused ns 5 nm" fainting0'tcn wt evervuung cige had laueu toruciia. naa ..iitii relieve mo and I had given up all hopes of recovery, I chanced to read some testimonials in the New hra nnd the Indianapolis News, and the suffering of the people who made the statements were' so similiar to mine, that when 1 lead that they had been cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills '( at once to try the medicine. I procured a box and took the pills according to direc-tienand soon felt much better, and could go about with case. When I had finished boxes, never missing a dose after 'rack meal, I was cured. I havo taken them since, when I felt badly, and I now feel as well as g s. you. ' Horn. . Easy to have rheumatism. Just a easy to get rid of it with St. Jacobs- Oil. - It takes a higher degree of courage to be laughed at than it does to beshot at. Ram's affects are the kidneys. The urea is not but is forced back upon the lungs, and dis- thrown off, saved thousands of lives; it ha3 restored millions of sufferers to health; it has done what was never done, never attempted before; it has made men stronger and healthier; it has test of time; it has The roan who ride's a hobby, 'thinks nobody else is making arty headway. Ram's Horn. pains. ease Icy pavements and bruises give aches and St. Jacobs Oil gives cure, comfort. Railroad men will not dance except at a ''grand ball." Atchison Globe. St. Jacobs Cold breeds a brood of aches and pains'.' Oil destroys them. f weakness of the kidneys. Lare bottle, or new ihrle, mailer ont&trour1niffrfi results caused by alone in all these qualities. Do you: not think it would! be wise for you to use it and thus avoid the dangers of In sist upon, having it.. brighter and happier; .. it stands made .. women CE per IOO. collecting- - f p(r QOO Tor dis- Ou nimeiaad iddrempi. OU irltmtlnr rlrmlm and umplei. Seloct territory atoncsaud send lOi Too much cQpdnes") is as monotonous as' centt lor outfit, blanks, purtlciilariand Instruction) too much' wickedness. Atchison Globe. to begin. TheM.M.rub.Co.,lierrlen8prlngs,Mlclu .' ! "uuu fa IKJ: -' si- offer 15c 10c 1 ffllB1 i I I too Earliest Carrot KaUcr Wllhelm Lettuce 15c 100 Earliest Melon 15c OlantYetlowOnlon 100 Radish 15c DrIIIUnt Klower Seeds W.rlh SI. CO, for II trail. Tffll we wn wk AborelO pkgs. worth 11.00with will our mall you free together Wl great plant and seed catalogue upon receipt of this notice and lie. postage, now can we do HI Because we m want new customers and know If you onceiry Baiters seea, you'll nerer, nerer cret alonsr without themt Cataloguo alone 5c. postage. ! JOIIta. SlI.ZKB SKED tO.. LA' ( 110RSB, fflS.fA rug D m SOUTHERN HOMES IN In tlie celebrated Coast Country. Cbp.ip andonrea onabla terms, fruit, vegetable and Held crop farms. Orcnt production. Direct market. JMver-l-Ac- it 'Travel via Frisco JLlue fromd ormi tTFor 14 1. Ioiila. lund literature, maps.oxcur-vlunratrionfull Information, write THE AMERICAN LAND COMPANY, 30.1 JCoc ISIilfr, WT. KUU1N, MO. TEVJIO ICAAO tives of colored schools in Central Kentucky will be held in Richmond April " ' .i 20. W. M.,Siiirr, of the Mid. was' found guilty of way Deposit-bankmaking fraudulent entries on . th books,, "and given two years in tJia treatise. Dr. Kline, 033 Arch st., Phila., Pa, Frankfort penitentiary. j ' Mike Keouoh, the veteran tollgato The degree of every man's manhood is de- keeper on tho old Cane Ridgo ptke termined by how much he says no to him near Paris, has guno to St. Louisjto self. Rum 8 Horn. spend, the remainder of his life with "Stnr Tnlincco." relatives. Ho' was known to ovJry Mamma "I don't see why you call Daisy As you chew tobacco for pleasure, uso Martin selfish. I think she is a very nice Star, It is not only the best, but tho most resident of tho blue grass region, retail clerks of Paducah haul a little girl." Ethel "Oh, mamma, but she 'The lastin ;, and therefore thp cheapest. '.' is selfish She's always nt the head of the flourishlng.secrot society. A really smart preacher is one who knows when it is wise to be "called" to another field. Atchison Globe. " , "It is a nlcasuro now to do mv work. When I began taking the medicine. I weighpd 109 pounds, now I tip the beam at 133. I can eat anything that comes along, and slepp like a lo Before I used Dr. Williams' Pink Pills I could scarcely eat anything or sleep at all. I had no appetite, and what I ate (wouldn't stay on my stomach. I feel that the'mediclrie saved me from an untimely grav.e, and wouldn't care to be where I could not get it. Father used the Inst of ft box a few "days ago .for., nick headache, and hasn't been troubled since. That is why we are without them," Dr. Williams Pink PiJIs contain, in a condensed form, all 'Ckc;elemcnts neccssarrto give new life and richness to the blood 'and restore shattered nerves. They are also a pecificfortroublcs peculiar to females, such as suppressions, irregularitips nnd all formi of weakness. Tn men they effect a radical cure in all cases arising from mental worry, overwork, or excesses' of whatever nature. Pink Pills are sold in boxes (never in.loose bulkl nt.lO cents a hnr or Rir bnrps fnrS5.fiO. ind may be had of all druggists, or direct by mail fronvDr. 'Williams' Medicine Company, ScheneCjtady, .N. Y. 1 ever. Pill Clothes. Tho good pill has a good coat. Tho pill.cpat sorvos two purposes; it protects tho pill, enabling it to retain all its remedial value, and it disguises tho tasto for tho palate. Somo pill coats aro too heavy ; they will not dissolvo in tho stomach, and tho pills they cover pass through the system as harmless as a bread pellet. Other coats aro too light, and permit tho speedy deterioration of tho pill. After 30 years 'exposure, Ayer's Sugar Coated Fills havo been found as effective as if just fresh from tho laboratory. It's a good piU- with a good coat. Ask your druggist for ,,. - ; Ayer's Cathartic Pills. Mote pill partlculorsln Ayer's Curebook. loo psges. Sect liee. J. C Ajer Co., Lowell, Mast. -- I Love m dead when the husband begins to grudge the money it takes to support his wife. Ram's Horn. have found Piso's Cure for Consumption an unfailing medicine. V. R J,otz, 1303 Scott St., Covington, Ky., Oct. 1, 1801. 1 Tho man who knows himself well, will know a good deal about other men. Ram's Horn. SMOKE YOUR MEAT WITH WKRAUSERS UMIDDnmCTpFSMOKE ULClRCUUR. E flic Grip of Pneumonia may be warded ofE with Utiles lloncy of Unrchouiid and Tar. Pike's Toothache Diops Cuic in one minute. A funeral nt a house attracts people who never go thcie nt any other time. Atchison Globe. When bilious or costive eat n Cascaret, candy cathaitic, cure guaranteed. 10c, 23c. years as Hen'hv Cassin has servcd-2deputy clerk of the United States court at Louisville. The appointment of A. T. Wood, Mt. Sterling, as; Unidcd States senator from Kentucky, to succeed J. C. JO. liiacicourn, nas oecn maao uy (pv. Bradley. The Severn Valley Baptist iiirclj of Elizabothtown is said by the members of the congregation to bo tho oldest church in tho United States weit of 'class, nnd she won't let any of the rest of get ahead of her." Harper's B.izar. U3 i tho Allegheny mountains. XRAUSER&BRO. WILTON, Pfl. ililet. handsomely Illustrated. describing .M:itlUSKA, her farms ana me opportunities tncro ror i younii m6n anil farm renters to be como farm owners. Mailed without charge on annllcatlon to P. S. KnsTis. General l'abscngcr Aijent C. It. & Q. It. It., Chicago, 111. FREE glres 1 W I ittlUkrelieraiiilcuresworst s sTm case., bendforbook of testimonials and lO lnyn trrutmrntf rer. Dr. II. ll.ORIiK.V8 SOJ8, liluis, as. PISCOVEHV; nDODQVM:,r CO than The way to get a better fill your present one. position is to more, Ram's Horn. to KLOItlUA HUHkSTEAU information about Florida. CI flRlflA t'orrellablcsame and llthogrnnh maps kUlllllH Apply tor , TAJll'A, KI.UIIIDA With cold neuralgia increases. With St. Jacobs Oil it decreases' and is cured. Yucatan, it is perfection. It is entirely superfluous to tell people that you nic getting old; you show it. Just try a 10c box of Cascarcts candy B sraiSiMti3MW;sl tlSt EI rAILb. Best Cough Bynip. Tastes Good. Ceo In time. Sold by drnmrlsta. ALL livcrand bowel regiilatormadc. CUHtb HMtKl 11 artiiswaaiutsigBEi K.-- ffl A baby in a buggy is a good thing, but no man likes to push it along. Cold (.tiflfens a spiained muscle. St. Jacobs Oil warms, sottens und cures it. A. N. U 1647 WHEN WKITI.NU TO AD VKKT1HEIIS JM.KAHK atut tUul you saw tho Advertisement In this pupcr. It takes backbone to take any kind of a stand that will leave a man standing alone. PICKED UP ON BROADWAY. woman was picked up in the street In an unconbeiouscon-ditio'r- i and hurried to tho nearest hospital. On examination her body was found ' to be covered with sores caused by tho hypodermic injection of morphine. This mere wreck of a woman had once hold an honorable and lucrativo position in a large publishing house in New York. Her health began to fail. Instead of taking rest and medical treat A A l V ment, she resorted to tho stimulus of assssMy.. w morphine. IJBVBBH I SB IA S.NH1 (") mSr!LHMiv I I The hospital physicians discovt v y ered that her primary trouble was an nil'ectlon of tho womb, which could readily have been cured in the first stages. If, when she had felt those severe pains in tho back, the terrible headaches, the constant sense, of fullness, soreness nnd pain in tho pelvic region, she had used Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, it would have dissolved and passed off thnt polypus In tho she would havo fill f A Bvt' kslshiBSaPd womb, and been a well woman sitting in her A A True Incident. i,rx MIMM I mk "".. to-tin- y Gronn If You Mimt, But also anneal tn n mpuna of rnltnf nf tlm if physical which produces tiieS the deputy marshals had a warrant torture been recaptured an.1 're- groan. in Jllicumatism is a proline source of for him,-haagony its acute inflammatory or chronic ' ' turned to tho workhouse. forms. But it may bo annihilated at its birth Bex Bradley, colored, nccustdf o with Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which, e the poisons poisoning his wife at Millcrsburg, had scribed for is in minute doses often preit, In malarial, to bo removed to Paris to save liim kidney, bilious, perfectly safe. nervous ail'dyspeptic or negroes who wanted ments thcBitters is n certain source of relief. from infuriated to lynch him. "I think' the joke has been carried far The crow shooting match between ' ns he said Coylc and Dodge, for S100 a side, to enough,'' on it. the editor, Life. marked "acBrodklyn cepted place at Lexington tho have taken other afternoon, was postponed on acIncomparable. count of tho failure of the crow catchThe service of. the Queen and Crescent fast ; . ers to provide 200 of tho birds. trains south. Through Pullman drawing-roosleepers. Standard vestibulcd day James Russell, lodged in jail at Princeton the other day for complicity coaches (lavatories and smoking rooms). Elegant cafe, parlor and observation cars. in tho Howton mob, was transferred Twenty-fou- r hours Cincinnati to Florida or to the Christian county jail the other to. New Orleans. W. C. Rinearson, Gen'I night, but more on tho crowded condi- Pass'r Agt., Cincinnati, O. . tion of tho jail than fear of mob violence. THE MARKETS. Monticello peoplo arc talking about Cincinnati, March ft water-workOn a mountain near tho GIVE STOCK Cattle.commonl 2 50 IftliM town there is a spring'2C0 feet ,abovo " Select butchers. . ,., 3 75 fc 4 25 CALVES Fair to good light.... 5 15 0 00 ,' ) ho level. . llOUS Common 3 15 (is 3 0.5 Wm. Newton Lank cried with joy Mixed packers 3 70 itr. 3 (0 3 65 (t 3,70 Licht when ho was acquitted of tho murder SHEKP shippers Lbotce 3 75 4 25 of Henry C. Rodcnbaugh. LAMIls Good tocholco ft 25 4 75 3 40 3 70 of A. A. Winfrey, dealer FLOUR Winter family. The store S red. 89 in general merchandise at Casey, yvas .No 3 red... . n 88 Vt Corn No. 2 mixed 21 destroyed by flro tho other evening O.its Ma 2..., ra 18 with all its contents. Several othor Hyo-- No 2 C4 36 nAY Prime 10 75 buildings, including tho post ofllce, WtOVISIO.VS-Me- tocholco JI1 00 ss pork 037M burned. Tho fire originated from a Lard I'rlmo steam 3 85 10 defective Hue. Totailoss about 513,000, BUTTKJt-Cho- lco dairy I'rlmo tocholco creamery.. ( 20 with 55,000 insurance. 1 50 APPLES l'or hhl 25 The county committee of tho na- POTAIOES-P- or 1 00 (a i to bbl tional democrats of Warron county reNEW YOKIC 4 GO 4 00 solved to accept no overtures from tho FLOUR Winter patent GRAIN Wheal No. 1 nortU'n era sllvorltcs for fusion 6r compromise. No. 2 red..... 8.'J COHN-Millie CAMriiELL, a servant girl, of OATS-Ml- No 2 mixed S8l (n TiU MIddlcsboro, has established her claim PORK-N- ew 9 00 8 50 mess. to her grandfather's estate, valued at LARD Wostern 4 35 4 30 ;m -s ", tin-liks. k GKAI.V-Whcut-Nc, . , 1 xed Forrest Ross, a child of Pat Upss, who lives near Paducah, was burned to death. Tho boy was playing near tho fire when his clothing caught i Richard Watkins, the Negro wanted by tho federal oillcers, Tucker and Phythlanwlipcscapcd from the workhouse at Lexington, on learning that Cleveland, Akron & Columbus R'v., to nearly every point, in the West, North and Northwest, South nnd Southwest at 'rates of about one fare for the round trip. Parties contemplating a trip will do well to see or write to any C. A, & C. R'y. agent for rates of fare, limits of tickets and full information, or, to the undersigned. C. F. Daly.Gcneral Passenger Agent, Cleveland, O. Beggar (piteously) "Ah, sir, I am very, very, very hungry." Dyspeptic (savagely) "Then huve the decency to keep our good fortune to yourself. I haven't haa an appetite for years." Tit-Bit- s. IIoiucMeekers' Excursion Tickets. On February 15th and 10th, March 1st, 2d, 15th and 10th, April Cth, Cth. 10th and 20th, May 3rd, 4th, 17th, and 18th, 1897. excursion tickets will be sold by the Home-seeker- the yy-B- M $ U qROfigpB IB ; V a, I"" v g IB Tho onlv bicvclo wnrkmnnshin with absolutely true bearings. Saving in cost of machinery and labor enables us to furnish 'gG patterns of Woverleys, improved and perfected, for $60. A marvelous example of skillful IBnW B ' - ipHTj saBBBBBTJMf EeJN LmWtmm iDSVll 1 11 9 .. INDIANA BICYCLE CO., Catalogue free from us or the dealer. - - Indianapolis, Ind. IBlPJnO KflKsWjnSannH BaWlwaMraSGjann( tKLrWPmJfU EEnRH& ttKtfl TW H ImWJfoH v 1 WE HAVE NO AGENTS but have sold direct to the consumer for years, at irHTc""" saving wuuiKuuo 24 J) ' - JJ 3 I B"0.M;. SarrerlltrsMi PiIm 119,00. Ai sood m ilu for SZ3.00. ELKHART cabbiaoe and tueiu me ueuiernr uro-flu. 8nlp anywhere tat examination be fore sale. Everything warranted. 100 sTtIm nt fur. rlaEes. tiustrlM of liar. .netM. Topllucglesaslow as IV. rhaetons ns low Spring Wagons, I wi V. Ni.eoe. 6unj rrlMwtthoaruiui. Iwiw. nu ltood Wasons. etc. Bend tea, 4 ooi i rr JO. for large, tree Catalogue. ihi4, sprti sal BeeV, xxkuaut. ind. uauness mfu. co., vr. u. f-- att, ysicwot lis If tdi, fl 10 M For ipmpHoFC HI lv JBiH -- n r J H 4 50 430 patents 81 No. 2 red .... 8IH to hang May 15 at Winchester. No. 2 Chicago spring 74 passing in, 23 23M BMP' ayysjiP WnooriNo cough is raging in Brack- COR.V-N- o.2 No OATS strange that a woman like this one, en county. 18ft 10ft 2...,, 8 30 8 25 so hicrhly educated, and so well placed, should havo de LARD Steam 4 10 4 05 Cahon's directory of Louisvillo for pended on morphine, instead of seeking a radical cure. , BALTIMORE. , 1897 was issued a fow days ago, It 4 CO There s no excuso for any woman who suffers she need not gp without contains many valuable and interest- FLOUR-Fom- tly '.....7. 4 25 89tf 2. .'..,. 4... any woman; her address is ing facts concerning tho development, Chain Whet-Nhelp, Mrs. Pinkham stands ready to' help 27 Ifl Corn Mixed Lynn, Mass.' Writo to her; it will cost you nothing. In tho meantimo got a health and street arrangements of the 24 : Oils Mixed 23tf B0 Ml! bottle of Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound at tho , nearest drug city, and figures the population to bo rORK Mess...., 18 store".' Tho following letter from onoof your sisters will encourage you : 3 70 4 20 215,572. CA'lTLKr.Flrst quality 420 425 Mr9. Berth.v Lkiuwan, No. 1 Erio St., 27th Ward, Pittsburg, Pa., writes Nine persons have been arrested at ;iNDIANAFOLlS. to Mrs. Pinkhain: "I can hardly find words with which t to thank you for Loxington under Indictments roturned 83 No what you havo done for me. I suffered nearly seven years with backache by tho federal grand jury for conspir- GRAIN Wheat mixed 2 Corn. No. 2 21 18 Oats No. 2 mixed and eidcachc, leucorrhoca, and the worst forms of womb troubles. voters at tho Novemacy to.fn.tiraidato " Doctors failed to do mo any good. I huve taken four bottles of Lydia E, ber election. Other warrants arefyet LOUISVILLE. 3 75 4 00 FLOUR Winter natenl Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and one box of Liver Pills, and used one to tyo served. .. 5 nil SO package of Sanative Wash, and now can say I am well, and, havo beqn stead:, Corn Mixed ,Thk town pf Cprbin, 50 miles .south "S Oats ily gaining flesh; am stputer and heartier now' than I have been for of Berca, has Increased over 1,200 in FORK-Mes- ..". Mixed. .... ; in" ..4 I r a o'n years. 1 am recommending your Vegetable Compound to my friends. Again population in ilx months and is boom' LARD Stetai Cm ing. I thank you for the good health I am enjoying." ,r j, .v will women THfe' goWhy this way? It let themselves seems office. &75.000. , FLOUR-Wla- ter GRAIN-Wh- oat CHtCAQO. Dilcard Rainev lias been sontenced S For the last 20 years we have kept Piso's Cure for Con sumption in stock, and would sooner think a groceryman could get along without sugar in his store than we could without Piso's Cure. It is a sure seller. 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