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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1898 mou1898012101 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 1898 $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. it I ? : 4 - fc ;, - 311 HUH i if ' VOLUME XII. KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. DORA CLAY NarrotTljr Kcnpes Ilrath tit tho llnmU of llrr llrothcr, doll Mclmnlmin. tiOUisviLLK, Ky., Jan. 15. A Courier Gen. Casslus M. Clay's Tho 11111 MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1898. H NUMBER 19. Journal special from Vnlley View, Ky., t l' says: .i i? t t 'a II1' J7 t u II.' ( IV; I lif u t . . ' Tf a speech nnd MacQuot moved to rcferi ,nl,o whntpurt of tho $100,000 appropriated for the Venczucl n commission has been cxpend-tlontho matter to tha commlttco on federal rfila Tho houso by a voto of 38 to 57, refused? ,ed. At 3,a" p m.. tho tennte adjourned, Commonwealth's nttorney, 8500. to refer, and tho vote camo on tho rosolutloitv . HousE-T- lio civil scrvlco debute hlch was proper Tho resolution was adopted by a bltrs Inaugurated In tho houso a week ngo was Auditor, 83,500; at present, 83,000. on a Viva voco voto. ied Tuesday It opened with a row, but ended Commissioner of agriculture, la13. Sknate wed- - very tnmely. There was not even a vote on fho Fuankfoiit. If y., bor und' statistics, Sl,bOO; at present, ncsdoy W. II. Jones Jan. presented tho following! npproprlatlcn In the leslslntlve, executive and S2.500. WhcreasJ i judicial appropriation bill for tho commission resolution, jvhlch wns adopted; State inspector and examiner, 82,000 During tho lalo civil war many Kcntuclilrtnsj upoh hhlcll ihc eclnto wna predlpatcd. Tho and traveling expenses; nt present, enllshed as state volunteers and rondercd&cf3 rfcr.ublUahsuho nro fceklhfc' to modify or service In behalf of tho unlopljnndj peal tho law decided to let the debate come to 83,000. , a close said soldiers It required tho Commissioner of Insurance, 82,500; at whereas, many of or contracted wcro wounded! vote ft tho speaker ut accomplish this, casting disease; 'nnda whllo In service, to present, 83,000. provisions!? w. ,..,., , whereas, there has never been nnv of tho court of appeals, 83,500 mado for penslonlnK same, bo It therefore rc Davis continued and completed his speech In , ,jJdJ solved, that our senators nnd representative each; at present, S5,000. u o executive session of the senate Wodnesdny to so stato be by Judges of circuit courts, each 82,000; in congress from this such lawsrequested securci oa tho Hawnan lreat y and was foUoited on us will euro tho passago of bcnator Aiien. of Nebraska, who snoko In at present, 83.000. to tho volunteers such advantages for pensions! nul,l n commissioners,. 81,800 .each ns nro now enjoyed by thoso who were regular- - dis0sition on tho part of some senators who N Railroad enlisted In tho United. Slates army.' and traveling expqnSes; 'at present ly .. announco themselves undecided as to what . - . of courso to pursue on tho Hawaiian question to uonsE-w- r. l.acKcy (pop,ji prcsenica n 82,000. .... u n,. uuuuuaiJiuoaiuK i.;iuiiiij pr0blem. Secretary of state, 82,500; at present Cubans, and asking Kentucky congressmen to, mlx u o Un ln() Cuuan aeilr0 u t0They nro Cuba, anil tncir navo the frends 83,000. uso their lnlluenco to havo tho united taiaics administration take a more pronounced the belligerency of tho patriots.. uon In the Intcrestof Cuba as a return for their Treasurer of state, 82,400; at present Tho resolution was adopted. Mr. Conner, ofj assistttnc(. cn the nawaiian treaty. At 2:50 to do. ,. l 83,000. uuuiiv, tno scnato adjourned, THE DEMOCRACY THE HOUSE V ,u'"1"" " ;""""'" """ HousE-T- ho ,' , Wcdncsdnv passed an r luu ' ummwuMcrpmu y Arrm uu u 1 . ; urpcnl dcflclcncyhouse carrying tl.741,81i One bill Invites Wm, J. Itrynn to Mako a Silver Of United Stntes Senator Wllllnm T,lmluy suuo. jurn.guu ireiw. ir.tho same resolution about Pcnlon-lo- f , the Items aulhorizlnp a further expenditure Speech In rrnnkfort- Questioned, nnd lie Is Asked to Resign. presented ,5Mwx)for.no gtlld,Jrs. hom0 a, Danvlllo, I.OUI8VIU.K, Ky., Jan. 14. A special Fhankfout, Ky., Jan. 14, Resolu-tiou -- uuC u , , which lflW.000 was appropriated In tho 1B ivciuucKy voiuiuci: were called for in the house to tho Evening Post from Frankfort, by Dearmond lMt.udry cUU bin. wa, ... .;fc.uu. o -" ""'-""'Thursday morning. One was offered. Ky., says: Representative Saunders, XrAW (dem., Mo.) asn basis for a bitter personal at f river so n. ,X l elt unon Clwlrman Cannon, whose homo Is at ly Charlton to elect a state librarian" dem., of Union county, Thursday In- berland falls in tho Damllle. Tho bill was passed. Thero wasal- ' v ' January 25. troduced a resolution in the Kentucky so provision In tho ' lively debato ocr .S B I 'billarequiring tho owners tho bullion hereafter Trimble offered a resolution .provid- house of representatives questioning of . FKANKFOUT, Kl., ing that tho joint committee on peni- tho democracy of United States Sena- presented; To abolish tho SENATE NOW bills to pay the cost of transporting bullion from tentiaries be empowered to conduct a tor Win, Lindsay and asking him ;t6 land office and to consolidateoffice of register ofj assay ofllecs to the mints. it with tho seen thorough investigation of tho peniten- resign. Tho resolution was referred tary of stato; to protect unoccupied house: I t AhtuauiuiN, uiiu. u. orAit. 1UU DVUillU prcurosswiiu ino to a committee on positions and (Makes It u misdemeanor for any person to ocj aia not mauo greatThursday. Seeraltiawauan tiaries. speeches treaty Humphreys' resolution was an invi- grievances by a viva voce vole, cupy an untenanted houso without permission annexation wcro demered, but In o cry Instance tho For the bcnrtlt of farm li which disposes of tation to Win. Jennings Uryan, o'f for all from tho ok ncr.) said laborers a lien for their, speakers announced thnt Thursday's remarks borers. (Clhcs The resolution recites tho labor on crops, superior to all other liens, cxh rtrc mcicly pichmlnary to what they should to address tho house. Tho time. ccpt lnndloid'sllcn)V tho governor sent In thu say beforo tho close oflho debate. Tho cxCcu bpeakcr appointed Humphreys, Depp fact that Senator Lindsay has o'clock with llo session opened shortly und Myers, ;f republican, populist voted against tho democratic party, following appointments, which were refcrrjj1 Scuat r White on tho floor, after Senator SUsw-a- it but iu mu nnd a democrat, a committee of invita- etc., and calls upon him to resign, as John U. (.umimuco on cuaruuui; lusmuiio Interrupted and others cut tho California Long, to bo superintendent of enntpr out of .tho discussion. Thoso who ho no longer represents tho party that tion. d Institute, vico J, 1 Iluft, rcsl. Senators, blcwart. tryo una wor- elected him. Tho resolution is tho re- cd; Porter Prulhcr, to bo first assistant, pli KENTUCKY IS READY,. - clan at Kastcrn nslyum, vice John Xj. Long, sult of tho heated fight over the cur- signed; Cusslua D. uu'iwufcuuiirfcuusiwjiuiiiiruuwiuii Mansdeld, to bo , nf.JtW"Now . - llnttlo SHIp Will roncy.quraiio. m m ,PjLsinuvnnyiciau-n- i same nsyiumanu i i.?SiSyfc.ra.- ISWllSyi SJSySS iWKi I HI rtiHi. i.ffCWl'Vl , Hb4iniFfTxvTix7 sip HMu;jHuynM wypn uy Jan. 14. i'riva H riANKroin-. t same place. . urncd upon the motion of ihoso opposed to rjiAKjroiiT, ivy., dan. it. Astlng tno printing or another edition or tno inmous Information of a reliable character was quot's bill concerning verdicts, which House- ncsolutlons tntroducod: rccclved'hero Thursday from Newport was Introduced in tho house, appears Kentucky congressmen to favor a bill prohib- "Horso book." Thero was tho annual fight iting tho appropriation of trioney for tho rollof over tho question of free seed distribution to News to tho effect that the battlo ship to bo a very trivial thing, is really or benefit of any individual or association ex- tho farmers, l ut tho cffi 1 to strlko out the apKentucky will be ready for christening of much importance and but receive cept In caso of absoluto destitution or suffer- propriation (13O.QO0) failed ns usual; tho mawill and that tho christening exercises wHl duo attention from tho house. if ing. Lies over; requesting (hat a bill bo drawn jority against It Thursday Lclng3l0i occur on or abdut February 10. Tho passed, it will take from tho juries tho to amend tho constitution so that United Wasiii.vcto.v, Jan. 15. -- Senate Almost tho Stntes senators shall tho people. matter of tho legislature accompany power of fixing penalties. If a man Lies ovori requesting bo elooted bycongressmen cntiro fuur hours of tho executlvo tcssion o' tho Scnato Friday ero demoted to tho Indirect ing Gov. Ilradley undthe distinguished is guilty of murder they will find him to urgo the passage of aKentucky bill by congress to pro- consideration of tho nomination of Hon. Joseph crowd of Kcntuekians on this occasion guilty and state the degree. It will bo hibit the licensing of whisky traflle In local op- McKcnna, now attorney general, to bo asso tion districts. has never been formally mentioned in the duty of tho judgo to fix tho penal- congressmen Lies over; requesting Kentucky tlato Jus Icoof tho supremo court. Thodls to favor tho passago of tho cusslon was tho result of nn effort cn thopai, cither house, but ta majority of tho ty, within the limits prescribed by tho bill. Lies over; providing that tho of henator Allen, ot Nebraska (pop.), . to members arc in favor of tho journoy, statutes. benato nnd Ics It would make the state Investigate houso committees on penitentialcon- sccuro a postponement for two weeks. and a resolution to that effect may bo law like tho fcdcral.law. tho end n compromtso wns l cached The federal tracts thotho management, working and FrankforUnnd Eddyvlllo prisons. It passed. Frijudges fix the pilnishment of persons Friday ofRepresentative Chlnn, of Morcor, will deferring consideration until a wtck from senNebraska, that Four Men llcportotl Killed. convicted. This would prevent hung present a new bill providing that all banks day, on tho'c n litton allow tho oto to bo taken to a should RAitnouitsvii.i.K, Ky., Jan. 15. News juries in many cases. that do not II lo an acceptance of tho ud valorem ator that day.ngico on Tho Hawaiian treaty was not tax system for state, county nnd city taxes by touched upon during tho session. It vns 1:C0 reached hero Friday morning of a rrcpnrlng 11 School Hook I,aw. a certain tlmo will havo their charters re- In tho afternoon beforo an n'jrccmont was Woody fight at a. blind tiger WednesFitANKFOitT, Ky.pJan. 17. Louisville, matter at day on Sandy Fork, Le&lii county in committee on education has The houso pealed. KeprcscntatlvotoLaufcr, of tho piactlcc roached for concluding tho rcgulalo held sev- will introduce an act tho sitting on next Friday, nnfl by goneral conwhich Robert Calwell, Smith Helton, eral meetings and will hold of embalming In towns of &000 or mora In this tho senalo postponed consideration of tho several commonwealth. sent John Williams and Tom Willson, all more before it finishes the difficult Hawaiian treaty ijntll next Monday. FUANKFOitT, Ky., colored, were killed, and Will llurgns task of preparing from tho many bills sennto commlltco on Jan. 15. Senate The Intention ot tho houso Hot'su chnrttablo institutions managers It wasjtho with tho diplomatic and to proceed mortally wounded. Whisky was the on the subject i satisfactory school decided Friday night to report favorably on all consular appropriation bill Friday, but owing causo of tho fight, all of tho parties be- book law. The committee looks thogocrnor's appointments for the asylums, to tho excited condition of affairs in Havana with except of Dr, II. K.J'orter, who was aping drunk. favor upon tiie general features of Mr. pointed that third nsslstnnt phjslclnn nt tho nnd the wildly exaggerated rei orts alloat, they to bo Hought the Turnpike. 'J- -' M Mclean's bill, .which provides Lakeland asylum. Porter Is a Negio, nnd tho deckled to avoid tho possibility of opening up a to Lancastkii, Ky., Jan. 13. Tho fiscal for the cou tract system of purchasing commlttco was unanimous In' Its report that Cuban debato bvicllnqulshlug tho dayof tho tho of bills court Wednesday bought four and one-ha- lf books, for competitive bidding, and his appointment ought not to bo conflimcd. commlttco on claims in charge order was enprlvato calendar, Ueforo this i: I Kht new bills wcro Introduced. miles of tho now Danville 'pike, fixing ' a minimum price. tered upon tho agricultural bill was passed, A state Fifty-fou- r now bills wcro Introduclying in Garrard county, including board of education Is created by its edHouse houso Friday. Tho houso CQmmlttct Most of tho day was consumed In n filibuster In tho of one-haof tho iron bridge, for S700. provisions. on criminal law, at Its meeting decided to against n bill to pay tho publishing houso ot tho Methodist Episcopal Church South, This will dispenso with tho guards whof recommend tho passago of tho bill of KeprcI'rlsouers llreiik Jail. Nashvlllo7 Tonn., fitSOOO for tho seizure and Tracy, of Covington, have been guardihg'that rood since the Louisa, Ky., Jan. 17, Denny "Dam-ero- n scntatlvo "embezzlement." Tho cleaning the uso of tho piopcrty of that corporation during offense of bill practic KHhowir?' of last Saturday night. raid and Djck OrUIth,aguil 19, under ally maucs a mcacn or trust nn embezzlement, Washington, Jan. 17. Senate No busiI nnd nil kinds of employes, including clerks, sentence of one year each for burglarI.oulsvlllo'8 Miiy FcBtlvnl. und others, aro to bo construed ness of lmportanco In the sennto Saturday. Ky., Jan. 14. That izing stores, broke jaih rtt, this pluco ns guilty Louisvim.k, House Hills Intrbduccd: Hcqulrlng that all if they commit a breach of trust, Loulsvlllo will havo a May musical ni)d escaped. This is the second time Fhankkoiit, Ky., Jan. 18. Senate Among employes on public works, ashlo from thoso festival Is a certainty. Tho commit- tlioy have escaped within tho past tho bills Introduce! wero tho following: Chang- under contractors, bo cngaged.by the engineer tee soliciting subscriptions has already week. The county has a new jailer. ing tho time of holding circuit court In Jncksorr In thargo, tho object being - to llx beyond question 89,000 subscribed to the fund and has The prisoners heated tho stone lloor, county ; to change the boundaries of tho Eighth, ing responsibility for tho- employed; providthutwlih exception of farm laborers, eight and Eleventh congressional districts. (Takes u conditional subscription of SI, 000, broko a hole through and reached tho Jackson county out of the Eighth and puts It hours shall constitute a day's work. Tho Houso which will run tho total up to more lower floor. They had made a( key to In tho Elcvonth and takes Casey county out devoted two hours to general debato on tho of tho Eloventh and places than tho required amount. lit the outsldo door. it in nrmy appropriation bill nnd tho remainder of Eighth; to tho amend Section HC4, tho day tdouloglzlng tho life nnd public scr New Kentucky l'ostnmsters. Nol'urtlon for Mort Ilittdeld Subdivision 5, Article 3, Chapter 38, Kentucky ices of tho lato KcprcscntMlvo Sclh W, MIlll-keof Mat)c, who served for 11 years In tho Washinoton, Jan. 15. The follow- statutes. (Changes tho penalty for certain ofFiiANKFOnT, Ky., Jan. 13. Gov. Ilrad fenses from one to ley rojected applications for pardons ing Kentucky postmasters were ap- allowing judges of Ave years to ono to li j ears); lower branch pf consres. of appeals for Mort Hatfield, a relative of tho fa pointed Friday: Cedar (Jrove, Menifee cleric each for twothe courtso that said onolaw Washington, Jan. 18. Senate wcro tho clerkof Monday's proceedings years, mous Hatflolds, who was sent up from county, V. D. Thornton; Clio, Whitley ships will bo permanent ofllecs. Tho liou-- o speech delivered by Senator Wolcott, of Col1'lko county for murder: forGeprgd bounty, Z. T. Lnnhinn; Font Hill, Rus- resolution requesting Kentucky's congressmen orado, chairman of tho bimetallic commission, amending Dolaney, who was connc6ted with' the? sell' county, Jesse R. Humble; Muses to help1 pass a billgovernmenttho Internal reven-u- o upon tho negotiations of tho commission with lawsbo can not bo European count to International Abblo Oliver murder in Union county, Mills, Fleming county, S. E. Muse; granted to thnt a seller in a license option dis bimetallism, andrlo rc'ntlvo of the Lodiro bll a liquor local thn n.issairo Paisley, Wayno county, Job M. Kerns; trict was concuricd In by tho senate. nnd for Richard Mullins. Prcstrlctlng Immigration Into tho United States Pitman, Taylor county, It. C. Skaggs. House Hills reported favorably: Emnower- - At tho conclusion of tho.mornlng business Mr. Death of J ltd go . Watts. ing tho trustees of sixth-clas- s towns to p.iy Wolcott, at 12:50, was recognized to begin his or Interest to Fishermen. Siiei.iiyvh.le, Ky., Jan. pollco Judges a salary; concerning tho compeaddress Ho was in line volco and commanded FiiANKFoitT, Ky., Jan. 17. Tho comtency of witnesses and permitting husband tho earnest attention of his auditors. At tho 0. C. Watts, a resident of this decided to re- and wlfo to testify for or against each other In conclusion of his speech tho Immigration bill county, died at his homo het&- of old mlttco on criminal law undlvorco proceedings was combined with an- was taken up and discussed until 2 o'clock, tho age. Ho was 74 years of ago and leaves port favorably tho bill making it 1 fish from1 April to other bill by tho commlttco Into nsubstltuto hour at which, by previous agreement, It had tlirco grown children. Ho was' a mem- lawful to catch embodying tho main features of both, und tho been nrranged to voto ltnally upon tho amendber of tho masonic and odd fellows' Juno? Ifyjand after that tlmo permit- substltuto reported favorably jlnllictlng a moro ments nnd tho bill Tho bill ns passed probevcro ponaly for stealing a bog of $1 voluo or vides that all Immigrants physically capnblo orders. Ho was police judge of Shelby-vlll- o ting arilclnd' of Ashing or seining bVtlib'use pf dynumite and poison under: Mr. Pcrkln's bill to repeal section 1312 and over 10 years of ago Rhull bo ablo to read or ' for many years. I"' of Kentucky statutes; empowering an olllttr wrlto tho English language or somo other lanbait. taking depositions to prctcnt tho putting of guage, but a porsou not ublo to road .or write, Sleeping Negro llurned Alive. Six Yours nlirt'u Half for Illcamy. Insulting unnecessary questions; for tho ex- who Is over 60 years of-- ngo and Is the 1'aducah, Ky., Jan. 17. Jack Mario-ham- , IlKNnEitsoN,''Ky;, , Jan. 17. In tho clusion of or p rent or grandparent of witnesses qualtlcd a colored, was burned alivo In his circuit court Friday Andrety J. Craw- ing tho trial of cases. from tho courtroom dur- Immigrant over 21 years of ago and homo in tho rear of tho residence of ford was convicted of bigamy and givcapable of supporting such a pnrent or grand Silas Smith's Ilody Arrives. par.nt may accompany Immigrant or tho Attorney James Coleman, at l'rinceton, en a sentence of six years mid six Seymouii, Ind., Jan. 18. Tho re- parent or grnnd parent tho may bo sent for and Ky., Suuday morning at 4"o'clock. Ho months in tho penitentiary. coma to Join tho family of tho child or grand mains of Miss Frances Smith, daughter was asleep, and when his house caught Killed nt n Church Mcctlnfr. of itov. T. C. Smith, pastor of tho Hap-tl- child ocr 21 years of ago qualified under tho flro was not awakened in time to .esluw; und not able church of Alexandria, and sister or wrlto wlfo or minor child bo sent to read IIazei. Queen, Ky., Jan. 17. Arch may accompany or nnd cape. Day. jr., was killed by Henry Kash ut of Mr. Jay C. Smith, of tho Saymour como to Join tho husband or parent for Is who Seventeen Years In the Pen, qualified. Tho net does not apply to persons Kopubllcan, were brought here Satura church meeting In this counCy.-nea- r IlENDErtsoN, Ky., Jan. 13. The jury Maytown. IJoth young men are of day evening and wcro taken to Frank- roniing to tho United St.itos from tho island of tho continuance of nt ten o'clock Wednesday night brought prominent families. lin Monday morning for interment. Cuba during who havo heretofore present disorders thero boon inhabiIn a verdict of guilty against tho NeMiss Smith was 25 years old nnd has tants of thnt Island. Ky. I'ostiuuster nt Colemnn, gro, Arch Dixon, charged with crimbeen engaged since 1891 In tho llaptlst IIoune Monday was District of Columbia Dot-so- n Ills punlshjneri,t was "Washinoton, Jan. 17. James E. inal assault missionary universities of Selma, Ala., day In tho liouio; hut only threo bills of local was Saturday appointed postmaslmportanco uero poAxml. 'iho remainder of fixed at 17 years in tlfo penitentiary. wns unvoted to lurthor consider- ter at Coleman, Piko county, Ky., vice and Nashville, Tonn. Her death wns llio d colored Dixon assaulted a caused by congestion of tho lungs. Shojlitlon of iho army appropriation bill, wlilcil Dolsln, resigned. Andrew jrirl. Clay. young wife, Dora, narrowly escaped death Friday morning at tlie liands of licr brother, Clcll Hiehurdson, at .whose house slio lias been boarding evorjJsinco she left the general two months'&o. Richard-6o- n fired two shots at her with n largo pistol at iqdi&tancc of 20 paces and then fired ajhoUit Mrs. John llryant, liia was with Mrs. motlfcr-iivlawTvh- SALARY CUT. CONGKESS. KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE OTIV-OTTthe Semite Attracts Much At. Vr tention AVlmt It Will Io. 1'lrst Itegulitr Setton. Itegular Sessldii. BCilntd. ? Wa FiiANKFoitT, Ky., Jan. 13. Tho meiw FiiANHiom, Jnn Ii Senatk-'J'I- io iir.ToN.Jan. 12. Senatk Kxccpt for uro introduced for the reduction of ntier dei (dins uiion Its ccnimlttccs nnd receiv - to tow mlnutiM given to a controversy ing tl niltnher Of new IjllN. InCludltli; thC nntl- .lunmn minor nmt. nfttrn mnflpmllnna tVin ert salaries of he 6fHcidlb'uTJio State by bchoMboolt mist measure, ndjourned till Wed- - tiro tlmo of tho cxccutlvo session of tho scnato W. 11, Jones, of llarren coun- nOHduy. Senator Tuesday wai consumoJ by Senator Davis, of ty, which Is now before the senate, Is Charlton moved tho, Minnesota, lnu speech In support of IlnWalUn attracting attention. Tho present bill ndoptlon of tho following' Htwallun resolution iinnixitlon. Mr. Davis Is chairman of tho "Whereas, Thero Is at present" oto commlttco ot foreign relations und his affects the salary of the circuit judges Successors to tho Lincoln National Bank. n In tho accepted of the state, in addition to all thefetate pending provldlnu United States scnato, of 'speech was generally majority os tho clal utterance of the for tho unnoxatloh of tho commlttco. officials, and abolishes tho offices of tho Hawaiian Islands, and, Whereas. Annex- - tllospolie about two hours and when tho scnato registrar of lands and assistuut adju- atlon would be tantamount to tho admission of ndjourned haJ not llnlshcd. Mr. Allen Intro-- a By provision of Its charter, depositors are as fully protected as ar of which would duccd tant general, thereby saving the state slave slntc.tho representativestlio enslavement! .calling and sccurcJ tho ndoptlon of a resolution depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually upon the president for Information In necessarily worh and voto for about S20.000 during an administration of"labori therefore bo It Uosolvcd. That wo his possession relative to liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par value tho boundary lino of four years. The cuts aro os fotlows: y tho United States scnato to rcjoot llur iwecn Venezuela and Hrltlsh Guiana and thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may act Governor, 85,000; at present, 80,500. to take such other' .fenn tho senate whethor .tha United States of annexation and Adjutant general, 81,500; at present, steps as may bo nccossary to maintain now has any clerks or other employes at work as Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an individual. . nmtcablo illations with Hawaii." ,Charlton( rutv,n the Venezuelan boundary question and 82,000. In THE FARMERS' BANK. and TRUST COMPANY, STANFORD. OF KY. Houst-llcprcscntat- lvc ty J . toln-trcat- -- Tho young wife ran to tho homo of her sister, Mrs. Kelly, whero she stopped Friday night. Tho shooting wns tho result of a quarrel between Clull Richardson and his brother-in-laWill Uryant, the former claiming that llryant was paying too much attention to (Icn. Clay's young wife. When Mrs.' llryant and Mrs. Clay expostulated w.ith him Clcll grew angry und drovo the women from tho house. Immediately after they liud left ho secured a revolver, and going to the door, opened flro on them. Richardson is a desporato character and so far the officers have made no attempt to arrest him. Clell's brothers, John und Tom, wcro guarding- - the women lollcs Friday night an'd swear they will kill Clcll if he attemnts to molest them, as ho has threatened Attorney general, 83,500; ' at present, mado s. 84,500. Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Stanford, Kentucky, December 31, 1896. RKSOUItCEa f.osns nd Discounts Overdrafts Other StucUs and Honda Due from National Hanks Hanking Houso Furulturo una Fixture Dugh LIABILITIES. - . Tuc-day- 1277.910. 3 7,070 19 1,08407 41.801 92 6,f80.00 800.00 16 70S. 69 17,003.801 Surplus Fund 13.47081 Individual Deposits ....... 3,875.,14 Due from National Hanks,...!. 6,302 81 Due from bute Banks Ctpltal Stook ... ICCVKXlM tu .a..c! .. Mra IW3.2JS.M ,., -- ... J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, Ky John M. Hail, Stanford, Ky, J. E. Lynn S.J Embry, ' ihuu,u il"" ,,.,,!" -- J, President. an. SHANKS, W. M. BRIGHT, B. O.WSLEY, Cashier Teller. W. A. Carpenter, Milledgevilla, Kj Jno, S. Owsley, Stanford, Ky. " " Tno. F. Cash William, Gooclj.n W. H. Cummings, Preachersville,.Ky, Directors. "' "' , '-- solicit all having business in bank to, cqll or write us, and they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSIyEV, Cashier jWe ns lt"nJ ST' S 'L?'ff i.b.wu A. PENNINGTON, -- DEADER IN-- it 1 GE ERAL ERCHA DISE. feeble-minde- i i . - .L.A T-iMr.-iuoc.- ' ' jyirhe I AM SELLING GOODS LOWER THAN THEY WERE EVER SOLD BEFORE. IN MT. VERNON. My Store, la on the Corner of Main Street and Taylor Avenue, Neal Presbyterian.and Baptist Churches. 1 fl BUSINESS EDUCATION Is absolutely necessary to tho young man or young woman who would win success in life. This being conceded, it Is of thoflrst lmportanco to getiyour training at tho school that stands in tho very front rank tho ' Bryant & Stratton Business College, Shorthand, Telegraphy. LOUISVILLE, KY., BooJckeeplng, Write for beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupying proml-jn- t positions all over the United States It will bo mailed FItEE. 17 lf ' book-keepe- DruggIot8 and Pharmacists. s& 5k i i MC.&D. N.WILLIAMS Mt. Vernon, Ky. T . 1 3 first-clas- We carry .Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, R hj Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fanc Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &(.--. Prescrip- - U tions carefully compounded at all hours. rt Give us a call for goods usually kept in a s drugstore. &$fl u UJ "' ?eEeeBira! First National Bank Of Capital Stock . w life-lon- g ox-ice- - Stanford, Ky. $200,000. Surplus .23,100 st ..DIRECTOR- SW. Ilayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Reid T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, J. S. Hock,er and M. J. Miller. We solicit the accounts ol the citizens ot 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 iclatious, rcbpectfally invited. JNO. J, McROBlillTS, Caller, J, S. HGCK.ER, Prea, K nine-year-ol- was a gruduto of Franklin colJet'o, JWJM" omnlo'.oU, I - M 3553 f J -- - Mi. Vernon Friday, Jan Signal. 21. 1898. Mis. W. II. Dion Published every Friday by JAMES MARIiT. ?rz SUBSCRIPTION ONi: YKAR- - ' $1.00 Advertising rales made known on application WilS IlMTOR Lol'IS blessed with a full head of hair when we awhini at Lancaster Fair last year, but how long he willr.- 4ain it after getting off the follow ing on "Woman's Rights" vi ivill not prophecy: A bill should be passed allowing those females who are not content sphere with remaining in ior which they 'were c'reMedi t vote, or do whatever they prease, but the law should aho require tVjat Ihey wear janes breeches1, calluses, boots, ride nstiac'dleand be .able to chew tobacco and , cuss.. iWhat is woith doing at all is worth doing light, and the good, ,old sisteis should be jnade to go the whole hog or none. LAIS-DRU- tliceet editor's duty to speak It of his own as the lovliest town beneath heaven's bluecanopy. Speal; is the citizen as a fallen oak when he dies of the jim jams. Call a man a prominent and influential citizens when he knows he is the best poker player in town. street arab Speak ol the dirty-face- d as a bright-eyeurchin on tbe road to fame. A newly married old maid as tht beautiful and accomplished young bride. Call a man who has a few rusty bolts of calico and a pair of overalls, an experienced dry goods merchant. Call a lawyer o leading . light of whom the profession ought ""tiFBe p75u3;whJn he ''knows' him ' Oh, it's nice, to be a pettifogger. to be an editor. of the deceased d big-footered-heade- d Mr, Tom Cinberl.ioftQlStnr Hot DliAI.EU IN Wis Dillion was in Pine Hill torn, is visiting relatiljfeie this WHISKIES' WINES, &o., &c, Tuesday on business, with his week. Public Mace Miller, of Dispulahta, was Mrs. 'Russel Dillion has relumed up lere Sunday looking ouSkr him- - Fine and $2 at from .in xtcntlcd visit to her parself a girl. ents Mr, and Mrs. Jas II. Tucker v our correspondent spent Sun Russ went for lier day with Miss Alza ArcGuire. Sundaj and they returned Tuesday. J A. Craft of Louisville was here '.Messers Tom Brannaman and F. FRANCISCO, Propr. David Butner passed through here the first of the week last week, been out hunting. They Located at the Messrs Steel and Wilson of Lonwere well loaded with wild" game. Ky. don, were here Sunday. I guess they will come afain soon. Aatthcd Livciy Good MissCairie Lair has returned aft Vernon Meet all Tiains, Day and Night. J.C. Phillips went to home after a visit to her sister, Traveling Men and Railioad last week on business. JJ Mrs G. D. Cook, and brother T. men Solicited. Will furMr. Shellie Fuqua- - went to WilB. Lair, an enterprising citizen of nish lunches on all Trains. K our town who came here a few die Sunday. years ago. By honest dealing, Mrs. T. J. Ballard, of' Cooks and economy he has acctt burg, is visitin her daughter, initiated the most valuable proper- Mrs Gy C. Clark. ly in thiscity which he has rented Miss Ellen Lakes is teaching a MADE BY for many' hundred dollars per ansubscription school here Miss num. Contemplates leaving us in C. Ellen is a splendid teache3niul has the near future to huprotc sqme a large school. property he owns near 'Wildie. Lost, Strayed or Stolem. The We very much regret to give up the "4 such a good citizen as Tobe, but "Rose Bud" of Ino. trust that peace and prosperty may On last Thursday, at .the home e'er follow him and his worthy of the bride, Mr. Jeft Martin and latnily. years experience in Miss Cora McGuire was 'united ii Twenty-eigh- t w Horse shoeing a Mr. a ud Mrs. Joe O'Donuell, of marriage. Rev. Martin officiating the business. Misses Alza and Effie MGuire, pec ialty. Also gene ' Lebanon Junction are visiting Mrs. O'Douneir s parents1 Mr. and Mrs. Cora Anglin and your correspond Richmond Street, Mt. Vernon, W1. P. Raines., Mr'. O'Donuell had ent accompanied the happy couple to their future home on. I nday Ky. the misfortune to get his foot severely mashed a few days since by and had a very pleasaut time. making a coupling. Though very Quite a number of young folks rninful we are glad to say he will from here attended churchfat Pine When Your Horse Is Shod By not lose his foot. .Sunday, All voted Grove rice We wint to correct brother trip. Walton and others and give them PINE HILL to distinctly understand lhat the 4 You may depend upon it that it shooting of the Mullns' and Lang-fordin which King was shot, oc J.A.August, jr., madeJa sue has been done in a scie'itific mancurred in your town (Mt. Vernon) cessful business trip to Winchester ner and the shoes will stay on unJDSrCASII. til worn out. and not in Livingston as reported and the cities in coal .interests. by the press. Joseph Frost is bank bossl, Some Livingston man who H ' Mrs. Simpson opened tip a sub took it upon himself sent in a "special" by wire and mixed up the scription school Mouday. . BfeJM. sr whole affair. Hcl.1 have 'Ueiminers tfr6a ?vt!& - hvg W. m. 1 1 r ra ir 1 . li Anderson a? their regular" PJiysi IJRODHEAD. PRACTICAL cian. No-tui- y mother, Mjs. Lincoln county near Stanford. is visiting her liettie Broddus in GOOCHLA'NlJI i IKFTf TQM FBRRELL MB DEALERS IN " ROWLAND, Medicines, ky Drills, will find our stock complete, 1 GroceriesCustomers comprising many articles' impossible to : enumerate, and i all sold at moderat prices. The only place both "drugs and grocer ies" can be bought. Pre scriptions carefully compounded. here r 1 -- I it is Kolel Frith DepotS- Mt Vernon Collegiate-Institut- e IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. - Broclhead, Fall .Session Opens Sepembcr Academic, Intermediate, and 6, 1897. rj Special Normal L. M Primary, Departments. SCROGGS. Principal OF Work: for Teachers. H. Gentry, THE REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE -- ARE AS GOOD AS STANFORD, KY. Has a number of fine Blue Grcss. farms for sale and exchange, ranging in area froni'io to 1,200 acres in a boundary, and in price from $20 to $100 per acre. Can Suit purchaser in price, terms, locution, frc. in this or any other State in the United States. Office in Intertoi ) J. II. SOWDER, Gen'l Manager. Journal Buildiig. J rr-sa- RQT black-smithin- i S5IGO TO J JONAS SVSGKENZIE For Everything in THO'S TAYLOR Blacksmith, Dry Goods, Clotning, Boots and Slices GENERAL MERCHANDISE. bargains than can be will give you He better secured anywhere. s Co Iyer & Co- MARBLE CUTTERS, BRODIIEAD, KY. JlliktoH-T--AviiL.sen- J C. McClary f-t- fc i t. n uimuch VttWinsa mapppnmKwBHpnrvV EMBALMER, Ord- Momimonts, Tombstones, ami. work of .all kinds in that. lino done on snort notice at the lowest vntee write for osti Ml a iimu to .you to mnKo estimates ar.c . ij(in 1 a iwt- - .a. m mi - 1. If. IIAMM, balesiti n ?& LIVLNGSTON. Junction instead of smiles now is wearing Rev. Heudiickson filled his ap,'" pointment with the Baptist church a long frown, Mrs. Angie Smith has returned Sunday night. Rev. Livingston will be with the from a visit to her parents, Mi n Christian church here Sunday. and Mrs. Jim Iliatt of Wildie. Rev. A. J. Pike preached at Gil Mrs. F. M. Garrett is visiting near White's Station. ead Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Garrett spent Sunday with her. J. T. Cherry has moved into his ' V L. Banks, the handsome new house. ' "Knight of the Grip was with Mr Sigmon's nephew and wife Saturday. of Duckville, Tenn., visited him M. C. Williams. of Miss Lena liently left last week Rev. Maxby delivered an excelfor an extended visit to relatives lent discourse at the Christian and irieiuls in Louisville, Glasgow and Stanford. Grandpa, church Monday night. doing The Oscar Gilpin is quite sick. STANFORD, KY. business Stock Complete. Telegraph Miss Maud Tharp entertained a Johnny Berry has been low with ers a Specialty. number of her young friends at pneumonia. the residence of Luther Jarrett Mat Pike is selling lots of goods. Saturday night. Coal Co. is a good DAV5S -- &, IN- - DEALERS SON G. W. McCLURE, General Merchandise Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at lair orices. ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. AttOrney-ahas demonstrated ten thousand times that it is almost lnfalllblo U Iv aw, or7r Old Main and Church Sts., T. VERNON, KY. Mt. Vkrnon, Ky. All business entrusted to my care will v receive prompt attention. Office on Second floor of new brick on Chinch street. 50RW0MANS PECULIAR Irregularities nnij derangements. It liss becomo tlio leading remedy for this claim cf troubles It exerts a wonderfully healing, strengthening and BootUiiiR influence, tipon tho menstrual organs. It cures "whites" andfallhiKOf the womb. It stops flooding and rchecj Eup- - Livingston. desirable Part of Town near. Where new epot will lie located. Call and see them. Wm. FIELDS. i I your town, last .week. wH H. B. SPRTAT ill HZt Rev. A. J. Pike filled his appointment at Kirksville, Saturday Tom Pettus has returned home arid Sunday last. after a visit to ' his brother, L. A. Pretty Miss Vern Jarrett enterPettus. tained a few of her friends SaturWe are glad to learn that W, T. day. All present reported a nice Sparks and his excellent family time. will move to our town, and realize A large crowd of young folks the fact that Mt. Vernon's loss Is spent Sunday cvenin-- j with Miss Livingston's gain. Collyer. vas here Tuesday. Delzie PAINTER PAPER HANGER. AND SIGN WHITER. Wit. Vernon, - - Ky. Best work at reasonable prices onsult us for estimates on work. pressed nnd painful menstruation, l'or Chanco of Life it la tho best mcdlctno made. It is beneficial during pregnancy, and hclpi to child- - ot into homes barren brills for years. It inxiRoratea, stimulates, strengthens tho wliolo This great remedy fu offered to all nCnlctcd women. Why will any woman suffer another mli.uto with certain lellcf within reach? Wlno of Cardul only costs $1.M) ptr bottlo at your drug store. ror aMce, In tntrs Mnn sprcfrt Jlrrt- ays-tc- m. Town Lots for Business and Dwelling Houses In the most . - Johnson, the cow coroner, of the Miss Lela Pike is just recovering L. & N., was here this week. So fiom a severe" spell of sickness. was B. N. Roller Tuesday. Little Woodward Owens is very R. A. Spaiks. spent Sunday in sick with malarial fever. Richmond with his mother. Wal Dr. Burdett and wife from Crab- ter Saunders accompanied him Orchard, visiting friends at this Mrs. M. J. Godin's store1 house place last week. "i is completed and goods are arriving Prof. Chandler visited fr.euds at daily. We wish Mrs. Goodin abun- this place Saturday ami Snn'day last. aiirr. ntftnn ttiititiintna Advisory Vtp:n1tntnt," vv. viHiiiurtw l,lHit tiw Until. it, i. ?.. ES Rev. J. W. SMITH, Camdrn, S. C, eaic "My wlto iiicii Wlno ol CarUul at homo for (ailing ( tho r.or.ib and It entirely buicu nur. Alter tho Uric Acid anil noisona out of tho system tho If they aro aetin; right. If not, tho rcsultanro Uaelcuuho, lirlght'a Disease, Klieutnn- , ijinciuor urouhic, usiii, i.uui-iufjjiiDropsy, Diabetes, Nervousndss. Dlonrl Difsordors, etc. All these diseases can be tlu-ouym-in- Knsss?irsiEsa2 H.;?,r' 11& . m l4'lic actlun of Dr. Hobbs Soaraaru Kldiicv my case wasalmost miraculous. Ajcar came licrc fiom l'ad'icali to dlo at My dauKhtcr'a homo. I passed nearly a jcar of suftorlnir wHlimtt li(iie. My leifs measured twciity-sl- x Inches around tha cahc.t. My urlno cont lined 40 percent, albumen nitli other liu. pufltlcs. Tliu llrht box of tlio pill remoyecl nearly all tlic Bc:lltil)jr. boxc, lean Tsalkn.nillo without sto)iplufc' and my crcncrnl he.ilth 4s bettor than It has been for sWyeira." John I. Zm.nkk, Chili Orchard, Ky. (Mr. Zelncr when at faducah, Bcned as Sheriff and County Commissioner of McCrachcu J'tllsln ai;o" I dant success in her new underlak Miss Bettic Wilmolt has been Joe McClurc, of Crab Orchard visiting friends in the couutry this was here Tuesday buying lumber week. i of our luuibernin, W. R. Dillion. Miss 12 m ma Ha m m is very ill The Literary- - Society has gotten with Malarial fever. over Xtnas at Inst. It met last Misses Maggie Gilpin and Bettie Friday night, but owing to the Wilmott entered school here Jan. of the weather, only a iStli. few were present, but it will meet Dr. I S. Buulett and wife have next Friday night with an rooms at the Albright hotf J. He interesting programme. AH me will do general office practice in invited to attend. connection with his eye practice. sag-un m .sa w aS y t4Mii ? fiVTP mfar n w j M -- a,. tt MEANS PERFECTION. WHEN APPLIED TO k;cf: C2 Vl&ilQ . 5.H0H- - Tvn jJi'iScfSSt I , ELKU Ao. , Anrpni eondlns n l.etcli end description may CHlcuiya'jcort.iln, fioc, flitUor mi Invention U piobibly palo lttibu. Cummuiilcuflnn Mrictlr jwiiKlciitlal. 01IU!C aceac; foTiivt mil - puteulf l'i A LLrlca. Vo luvo n Was! ln,-- t :i otic. I'atuuio Ir.ltca tlirouuU Jlumi tt rj'ogluln tlculuU--a C "immmrcapvmcHTS vw 80IENTIFI0 jiilEnif.!.5!, TRADE MAniCO, . msy Co.,Ky. 'ijjf . Dr. Hcbbs fw t rj jda65 I I ro:olTS ECldnoy AHAbUSS Pills. DrugKi-I -- . cnuncc'J niifrooitll'.' Qc'.r. II ilvH.rf c,u iWu.ili! i(.tlroe, JZ hi.. i--i wfot'.y.toi yprchnoil f .a iuo Dr. Hoobs Pills For Sale in Mt .Vernon, Ky by M. C. & D. N. your tS&sKrfor V3WCHEGTE :.-.- iM.- (iffyeari i 1'1AM " - f:t if WILLIAiMS, Exports tho Sttsndard of tho World, mnke of Cui. v Amnii n'tlcr and taho no othor. rttr.L.--i.- t . Ii'iuitratcd Cntnloaue. TZ ? KZ,-- " T-- ARMS CO., Now Havoh,0 by -' ' stitCa',gjffC5.w3;&t3JUjy.iCT.'H "iVIt Vernon Signal. . Hand made Buggy Harness complete from $5,50 up, at S. W. Davis. A Literary Society has been orMt. Vkrxon. Ky., Jan 2,, t8oS ganized at he college. Dan Murphy is here taking up lumber for 'Cull" McClute. .bntcrcd otitic lit. VcriKH, Kjr ai malt matter This is to you, if you owe me. 1 RED"0"- on label of your paper this week means "you owe for it." Send the money along we - Mrs. Walter 'F. Downing - & --- v ... Mmzzmzm-ui ffi i ' t , Hint mi mi 11' xv ant it lD.iioles A su rpiise pound party was givneither Mi. King, who was shot is geten to Bev. J. C. Carmical Wednes11 Opium.Morplilnc nor 'Mineral. ting along very well though his WAY.-CAPTIVATING: IS OiQ Tfcu day night, the birth clay of Mrs. . co wounds are painful at times. Carmical. Some forty persons Ilajittbt Cluitcli Services 611 tlie Second Sumlay SnturJny nllit and Sunday. lam closing out, preparitory to were on hands and every one took Kcape orOMEr&mVEL PUVISR Le.'iugton Special: Lying at School at tl :i in ecry Suudiiy. 1'rnycr leaving Orlando, Ky. So if vou PmpAm Seed' a present along. A very enjoyable the point of a" Lexington meeting 011 Tuesday nixliU, ltcv. J death' in JlxSauu owe me, rail and settle. MnllcS,!,,- '" time was had by all. I iiAfilor. OF EVEET resort is the w'fe of a Boston nul'I Alia Sail Gko. T. Johnson. Jlppcmint Our foreman, S. C. Franklin, lonaire. She is a native of this I JiiGutonitSald, Harm Seed Presbyterian Holds services on the Itli I Rev. I. M. Boswell who has been has been afflicted with that diead- - State, and while in Chicago some Cltmfud Sugar Sunday Iturtiyrccn t7airr. J called to prea:-- at Christian church ful trouble of the devil other- years ago was introduoed to the Apcrfectficmcdy for ConstipaMASONIC. this place held services here last wise called the "grip" for some millionaire by a Lexington turf tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, days and this office has been in a man. At that Mine she possessed Lodge No. 610 meets 2rd Mon Sunday. Ashland Worms .Convulsions.Fevcrish-nes- s .day 10 Am. 4th Modday U0 I'm. stew on account of immense social standing and rare personal SLEEP. and LOSS CQy- Tlios. Taylor has u record ,beauty. A marriage followed two amount of job work &c ' which shows that he understands facsimile Signature of ! The sly and unbecoming trick weeks after the meeting'. Wbile MHHwMaKnRniMenauMai 1 om's work recLOCAL a horse's foot. OTHERWISE. living in Boston the attentions of a that was attempted yesterday in ommends itself. C'pttcrU ii pet cp in bottles cniy. It NEW YORK. is net cold li bdfc. . Dci't nl!P7 .7cs& to eeli the cases against Elza and Pate French Count, to her caused a sep Dr. G. B. Lawrence is in lrom jca anythlaj oWo en its fn cr trmlti that It Fever is prevalent throughout Langford fell with a deep, dull aration and her husband sued for j"Jte8 ciI nad'Sv.il t . "trj " Indian Teritory. He and his a divorce. It was not granted. the county. pc30." C- Eco that yon et thud, and the Court that the debrother J. H. will locate hare for fendants and counsel thoughtwould The wife then went to New York Miss Mary Cox is visiting Dan- tlis practice of th j'tr p'ole ssion. I 03 EXAOT copy OF VRAPPEn, and with the Count, it is said act, didn't serve. Did he? -ville this week. lived up the money that she reGo to S. W. Prewitt in basement Dr. Harry M. Barg, OptiM. B. DeUord, ofLe Roy was brick hotel for fancy groceries, bained, He then deserted her. cian, of Cincinnati, who has been From New York she drifted to here Wednesday. kers bread, fruits and vegetables. visiting our place for some years Cincinnati, where she cut quite a The Louisville Dispatch and Lunch stand also. and fitted many of our people with figure in sporting circles. She Signal $1.65 per year. Contractor Becman is opening up spectacles to their entire satisfaca quarry at Tunnel No. where tion will be at Joplin Hotel on Sat then drifted to this city some four The wife of Joseph Bray died months ago with a young horsethey have already unloaded four urday and Monday, last week of Child-birtJan. 22nd and man, and has been on a protracted cars ot derricks nticrmachiueiy. GREATEST PREMIUM EVER OFFERED! 24th to meet his old and new cus- spree since her coming. She will Bring your Hides toS. W. Davis To all that have bought a Sad- tomers. be taken to the Protestant Infirmand get highest prices. dle from W. Davis, bring thmi ary this morning The physicians Free to New Subscribers, to Old Subscribers Win Renew, and to those I am selling the Singer Sewing Don't fail to examine your label in In Arrears Who Pay Up shop when in town and I Machine on easy terms and keep in attendance say that she can not this week lor that red "O." will fill all guarrautees free. all kinds of sewing machine need- recover, and at her request a teleJ. A. August Jr., of Piue Hill Any young man desiring a busi- les, Oil, Bands, Shuttles and every gram has been sent to her husband Through arrangements with the publisher, the Ml. Vernon SiGNAI, was here a lev days since. him-lcome to herbedside. lias cured a limited number of paid up yearly subscription to B. & S. College, thing that belongs to sewing ma- asking ness course in Miss Linda Dilliou, of Living- Louisville should apply to this of- chines. Will send needles etc., by SJie is said to be the daughter ot ston, is attending the College. mail to any address. I also clean 'Allen Southern, of near Qail, this fice for reduced rates. aud repair all kind .of machines. County, and at oue time went to which we propose to give way as follows: To new subscribers, to old pleased with x. K. S. Albright is S. W. Davis will sell you a Saa You can ee me in Mt. Vernon iev,j school to Dr. 1?. f. liinwn. surroundings at Center College. subscribers who i enew bv Febiuary jstli, and -to subscribers indebtedr die as cheap as you can get it from - ' J '" XTmkZAS&r?. Schuyler Colfax ForbushHwof 'yourmercliaiit-nudgivc-yo- ii a' W. MtOwfeNS, WABDi A PRACTICAL 1'ARM JOURNAL. Cooksburg, was here this week. printed guarantee. Where is the Mt. Vernon, Ky. practical, well edited, high class, monthly lv.rin and Trade Hugh Miller will continue to merchant that vill do it? Call. f. home and farm paper, published at Chattanooga, Tenn., subscription R. S. Martin has an article in i Oh, how ve missed the Signal in the baud. play the Miss Celia Gentry received ist. price J 00 !i year. It is interesting to the home circle and helpful to flic Corbm News this week on the toO. M. Walliu began a s;lect farmei. All our reiders should have it. Patronize the man who adver Us- prize and Miss Lillie Taylor 2nd. bacco raising business. Mr, Mares. He has sense and will give in W. C. T. U. contest held under tin has thirty years experience in school at Norton school house, Jan. OUR FRRK OFFER, the supervision of Mrs. Nesbitt at the 3rd. justice. nmnufact-urrnwill expire when ve have given away all the paid subscriptions conChristian church last Friday night. the tobacco raising and Wheeler Seals will begin a Sheriff Cation and wife were businrss and knows what tracted tor. Remember, the number is limited, and our- readers who school at the Cummin's school wish to take advantage of this remarkable offer should do so quickly. visiting the family of Andy Baker Good general pur- he is talking about. If our people For Sam:. Tuesday. pose horse. 7 years old, works in would heed and go into the tobacco house Wednesday Jan. 5th. raising business as suggested by W. L. Payne and sou Charley, John S. Parker has gone to Cen- harness, worth $90, will sell for Mr. Martin, an old tobacco grower, ofAltainont, Ky. .visited his sister Amciica to work in the lumber half price, cash. D. T. Robinson, tral on C. L. King's place near Mt. and manufacturer, much could be Mrs. Nancy J. Searcy, at this place regions. accomplished in our countv in this Christmas. Vernon. 3L When in town, and want your line. John Cummins and sister Mary, horse led and cared for, go to W. Dr. E. J. Brown places no faith For New Wagons and icturned home last week from a R. McClure. in the report from Switzerland, of COVE. Repairs of allkinds on twq weeks visit to their sister at It the removal of the stomach of a Read our advertisements. Gra s. Farming implements. will pay you to patronize those patient who recovered and now W S Cummins Manufacturer o Rev. James Riddle has been call lives without a stomach. D. V. Cnsteel and wife of near who advertise. whok sale dealer in Flour, We will lo all kinds of vood ed to preach for the Pine Hill Altamout were the guests of Junes Brooms, Tobacco, &c. A full line of oar WANTED Feed. onck Mr. Miller and family of Lancaschurch the ensuing year. work that the Payne during the holidays. General Merchandise. ter, have moved to Orchard Hill Bright young man to handle our from a mood farm Rev. Morris preached at Chapel ' LIVINGSTON, KV There was a candy party at Jas. celebrated Lubricating Oils and near this place. last Sunday. wagon to the finest piece of Payne's Christmas night, also one Salary and expenses. Gieases. Watch the man whp doesn't adfurniture. Rev. Green Fish delivered"an in- at W. II: Cummins' New years Fuclose stamps for particulars. vertise his busiuess. You will find Addiess, CRESCENT OIL CO., teresting discourse at the Cove" night; and a good time reported at he will gull you. bo'h places. school house Sunday. Minneapolis, Minu. Also brick woik andplast- - -Mayor Menifle cut Jesse Rout, a eriug. Give us a call. W DR. W. B. PF.NNY, Miss Carrie Searcy returned from Rev. R. E. Bell began a select Owing to high water, bad weathStauford bar keeper, in the side in guarantee satisfactiod. Our shop ers and other causes the examin- school at McNew's Chapel Monday a visit to her uncle W. L. Payne ti s t S u r " c 0 n I) c a difficulty Tuesday. s lo cated on Old Main street South at AltaiHont, accompanied by her ing trials of the Mullins and Lang- - last. of the Court House. cousin-Cha- r lie, New years day. Wind-storW. F. McC'ary will reorganize ford's have been continued from STANFORD. last Sunday night Pntions from illstaiico ivcn a libthe brass band, and we will soon day to day. All the parties are causea excitement but no damage N.' S. Cress has moved to his eral discount Allunik K'""'ntc!,l' have plenty of good music. yet under bond and indications are was done. mothers near this place. no more trouble will take Miss Dora Hatcher, of Hazel that Tames Riddle rtrid family were The writing school at Cummins' place. Patch, is visiting the family of J. the guests of Louis Bell's family school house is getting along nicer ly, with Mr. Wheeler Seals teacher. E. Woodall of this place. It is with pleasure that we place last week: in our columns the advertisement of Sl'MT HlCKOKV Sl'OKES. Born to the wife of J. J. Bray cu DR. A. G. LOVELL, s' Dock Jones bought Willis SUBSRIBK NOW! the Bryant 6c Stratton Business tneioili, a sou. and within one farm near Sand Spring. Mr. ' TilU College of Louisville, Ky. We 2x2, 30 inches long, all white 'C. Physician and vSurgcon, hour mother and child were both Adams will move to Garrard. WEEKLY LOUISVILLE know this to be a thorough and re$12 per'M grade or better dead. Both were buried in one "DISPATCH. rir vsnrioiY, y Mrs. J, L. Joplin and Mrs. tM. 0. liable institution and every young 2x2, 30 inches long, red, '6 per M coffin. She leaves a husband and Williams entertained the young man or lady who desires a Busi- A Straight Democratic Fewspaper. eight children. The family has the n1e Mntn sircct red, 28 inches- - long, Ollico Nortli or Telegraph ness, Short-han- d people one cveniuglast week. Endorsed by the last Convention as sympathy of all. course will do well to address the 28 inches long', white, the Official Organ'of Deniocracy. Rev. Phelps' protracted meeting College for its elegant thirty-fourtJ. J. Hayes visited Rev. A. K. 6 per M at New Macedonia, near Scaffold annual catalogue. Saturday Goqch, near Bee, Lick, For the Free Coinage of Silver. Cane has been quite successful. and Sunday. SlNGI.lt Tkkh Bii.i.uts. NuTicH. I cau not Hin my bus- The Weekly Louisville Dispatch "' county. A Little child 'of Wm, Price is 'I am going to leave the 22382ZSEaEEEiSMnfflSjS iness without money. All who and the SiGNAii.'oue year for $1,6,5. you very ill and is not .expected to live. Li ruuY-28 inches long, white, . Call' and Settle, fori mean have no special arrangements with - a pile Onimntf THE DAILY DISPATCH. , owc me. ....$16 per M I'tnnMceil 10 euro Til TS( me are expected to settle their acA Metropolitan Newspaper. ..In '. iuMfiL'. iirotrui'iiik'i n.t roVCTtPATlfW maiKllii.'. T. Johnson. Guo. lnnl).licil.cri.f ri nlwl ; counts or notes for 1897, or make .. .. llirlrtf ....Knmnun 'ire. iv r rif .. "'ilw"'v required. .... t .,.., (etU To be delivered ot any station Dai y except Sunday, 6 mos. $3; 1 ilfcri u, S.iitl for mt nl some satisfactory arrangement. If It ami r Iry cw. lio. i ur Only Pittsi.uiiiiIj rnri Iro i nil V. between Hazel Patch ard Crab Or.Miss Kate Frazier, of yr. $6. l.v.tftu-i-l ..one tl r this is not done by Jan. jth, '9S, burg, Frauk Miller, Lee Porter, chard. HiRTIHr.ri, Yil lasiutiCiH, LBKaiier.ra. - v,or Infants and Children. I will have to place in the hands of Daily, with Sunday. 6 mon. $4; 1 'tVT.' a Ottye Brown. Mattie Pennington vr. $8. L. L. Jarri5tt, Inspector, n collector. Sola iu Mt Vernon, Ky., by Jno TSa fie- audBob Welsh have entered the Itca ll9ll Brodhead, Ky. ADDKKSS 'fllK.mSPATCn, l!gtuo Jonas McKknzih. F Rice. fcistHjite this week. cr Louisville, Ky. CHURCHES. Digeslion.Cheerful-ncssandRcst.Contatns Come and settle. J. & N. LOCL TIME CARD. Ojso. T.Johnson. Day Mail North.. 11:39 n ' William Mullins, who was shot Day Mail South . 2:22 p m tllrough the ,,ailds is improving. .'...' 2:12 a m Night Ex. North Night Ex. South Do you ride horse back? If so. 1:09 am uy your Saddles from S. VV. Da J. A. Landrum, Agent. vis. He. keeps all kinds and prices. Holds services Ht & 3r n.m. mill atC:S0i. in. nt 1 William McClary, who mysteriously disappeared from his home here two years ago, returned a frv Wife of .Millionaire Downin.days since to the parental roof. Dying at Lexington, Kv.. He traveled extensively during his After ji wayward absence. Career W. T. Davis, who was foreman on the Republican, is now on our force, is a good boy( and one that She was Miss Mnlvina Southern, of Quail, this Count, attends strictly to duty, and is a man whom our people 'regard as She was Noted for a good citizen. Her Beauty and J -i R !l LpiT' u. ip I Z i1$y cz m? iz ffi FHAT THE FAC-SIMI- LE 00 OF- - - - ffM,j SvJf M ?& AVcyelablc Prcparalionfor As- similating iheroodmulRegufa-lin- g the Stomachs nndBowels of SIGNATURE fzsrmujtwvxv Clmsiian-- Sunday . Not Kar vie I WRAPPER BOTTLE OF G- - l. h or g 1 oEo-rtr- e -- par-j-- V- C- - J!LfMZtf4 13 C. 1 TO BE GIVEN AWAY! h. 111 FARM AND TRADE- 3I"fi - '- '. '-- "- . is-- basso-profund- 1 g wri-liti- g - " GO, TO Tyfee & Hern a ! at pe-q-pl- es lu-e- 11 m 11 WAN TED 1x1. 1x1, Ad-sm- 4?erI h A s h- 2x3, I4 ( iiiiin-- rtruiiilL-- i iKl . - itwrfi-- i m i i i nt-- B 1JIO v' - Frnf' - i WW k h.- - ' Rheumatism Is permanently cured By Hood's Sarsaparilla REMINDER. Clinrnctcrltitlc lilt of "Oulcl" Irclnnd In Amcrlcn. RAINY A Cleveland landlord has one of liia houses tenanted by a family that is out of all proportions to the size of the dwelling. In fact, he strongly suspects that there arc at least two distinct families in the house, and he is quite anxious to get rid of them. lie doesn't want to turn them out. and he has been hoping they would take the frequent hints he gives them and seek some other location. Lately they have complained of n leaky roof, but the landlord has determined to make no repairs until they leave. A few days ago the head of the household waited on him. "Well, cor," he said, "that roof has been Gained Was Forty-eig- ht Pounds. A III REGULAR ii Ml a MIND READER, Which neutralizes the Lactic acid in the Wood, leakin' agin." "Has it?" asked the landlord. "Yis. sor. It leaks right over me sister's 40 bed. I)rap3 right down on her, sor. This maniin' bIiu camo out o' the room A man in quiet when he is dead; a woman sor. It had been raining on her all night. is dead when she's quiet. Yis, sor, cryin'." Every woman is a mirror of her bosom "Well, why in Tophot," inquired tho friend to her husband and a mirror of her landloul, "Oidn't she move tho bed?" " "fwasn't that, sor," hastily remarked to her bosom friend. husband The first sign that a woman is beginning to the tenant. " 'Twasn't that." feel her ago is when she hunts up all thebaby "What ailed her, then?" pictures of her children. "Why, you nee, sor. she were iust Half a woman's pleasure In buying a pretbecause it reminded her so much of home." pair of stockings cheap is spoiled because ty Cleveland Plain Dealer. she can never be perfectly sura they won't crock. Heat Houtc to Klondike. When you see a girl's eyes look as if she Tho quickest and cheapest route is via had been crying she has generally met with some great grief, or else she has just had her St. Paul or Minneapolis, the Northern Pabath and couldn't find her silk starching cific Railway, Taiya (Dyca) and Chilkoot bag.--N. Rail & Tramway, or via bkagway and wagon Y. Press. road to summit of White Pass. The lines of n. Ilncliclor. At SO marriage is the wine of life; at it's the morning after. Ilcflectloim First Citizen And is Ilcrr Von meler a proper candidate for tho Thousands who were Sufferers write that they Have felt no symptoms Of Rheumatism since Taking Hood's Sarsaparilla In Vienna. l'onv reichs-rath? Second Citizen (impressively) My friend, you should see him punch the bag. Puck. A cold at. jacoos uu sore and stiff. All right again. uiu it cured. Talk isn't cheap when you hire a lawyer to do it for you. Chicago Daily News. Burning, itching frost-bite- . Use St. Jacobs Oil cures promptly. Cools the fover. A girl putB in a great deal of her spare timo reading advertisements and wanting things. Washington Democrat. -- pP'fRQjg rvvT'v iiiESHIBtk Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and nets gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, s and fovers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its ' kind ever produced, pleasing to tho taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in Advniilnjjcs of the Sleigh, its action and truly beneficial in its sleigh has no diffThe man who owns effects, prepared only from tho most iculty in making himselfa solidwith the girlB. Lealthynnd agreeablo substances, its As girls soon get cold nnd are ready to go many as aftermany excellent qualities commend it home ho can take asgirl home six in oneas she noon, taking each as fast to all and havo mado it tho most freezes and going for another. Tho man who gets a girl in a buggy in summer isn't allowed popular remedy known. gets lame. Atback Syrup of Figs is for salo in CO to turn Globe. till the horse chison cent bottles by all leading drugHawaii and Jnpan, gists. Any rclicblo druggist who Despatches from Washington Btate that may not havo it on hand will pro- there are about to be important developcure it promptly for any ono who ments in the Japanese imbroglio with the government of the Hawaiian Howwishes to try it. Do not accept any ever this may be, certain it Islands. the disis that turbance of the stomach caused by simplo substitute. indigestion will develop into chronic dysCALIFORNIA FID SYRUP CO. pepsia unless checkmated at the start. Tho head-ache- OlOTS KIOTO'S'. days on account of continuous pains in my stomacli and back. I was unable to digest my food. Headaches and painful urination were frequent, and my heart's action became increased. I left my farm and reJv tired to city life, for I was a confirmed invalid, and tho doctors said I would never be well again. "Soon after I happened to use four linYPS nf Tip. Wil. liams' Pink Pills for I Retired to CituUf. Pale People and since then I have been free from all pain, headache and dyspepsia. I eat heartily and havo no appetite for strong over these Passes Tve are assuied will bo in drink or tea or coffee, and feel twenty years operation in February. 1808, by which timo younger. the worst storms will be over and the snow Uy weight has increased 48 pounds. I packed down fit for traveling. cannot say too much for Dr. Williams' Pink Tho ice goes out of the upper Yukon basin Fills and claim that thev have cured me. lakes May 15th to Juno 1st or simultaneously "JOHN B. COOK." with the opening of the Stikeen llivcr 300 .Subscribed and sworn to before me thil miles south, but you can reach the Salmon, sixteenth day of February, 1897. A. p. UAKKEIt, Notary Publte. Felly, Stewart and Klondike country from To people run down in health from whatthree weeks to a month earlier by properly ever cause drink or disease the abovo inequipping your party and sledding your outfits, Lake Lindeman to open river at foot of terview will bo of interest. The truth of it Lake Lis licrgc, ICO miles, thus avoiding pos- is undoubted as tho statement is sworn to, sible portages at Miles Canon and Whito and we reproduce the oath here. For anv further facts concerning this medicine write Horse Rapid. Send two cents postage to Chas. S Fee, to Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, ScheSt. Paul, Minn., for latest illustrated A'nska nectady, N. Y. map. The Northern Pacific is the only railThe, name and address of the subject of way running its trains (all equipped with nbove interview is John B. Cook, of 203South Gth Street, Lyon, Iowa. Dining Cars, Standard, Tourist and free Colonist sleepers) through to Tacoma, Seattio-an- d The true culture of personal beauty Isnot Portland. As tho pioneer line in Alaska passenger external; it is heart work. J. R. Miller ' traffic, the Northern Pacific will give tho latest authentic information as to reliable THE MARKETS. routes of travel. Cincinnati, Jan. 18. The llrnss of Critics. ."j',75 LI Vi: STOCK Cattlc.common. 2 75 fcrlcetlmtclicrs 3 00 25 "I often marvel," said Pennington, the CALVKS-Fal- rtn good light... b 73 ($"0 60 author, "at these critics who in an hour's IIOUS -- Common , ... 3 00 65 3,45 time blast a work over which vte authors Mixed packers 3 45 have (.pent a year." 3 40 Llirhl shippers.,.., 1 es, replied UawstiK, Wlio had rend SHi:Kl-Cholc4 00 Pennington's latest, "when a minute would LAMIIS-Cio5 00 tocholco I'LOUlt -- Winter family 3 50 suiiice lliem to say all that is necessary. GUAI 2 red Philadelphia North American. No. 3 red Com No. 2 mixed Oats No. 2 Dcnfneas Cannot lie Cnrcd - I'.yo No. 2. by local applications, as they cannot reach HAY- - Prlmo tocholco 0 25 tho diseased portion of the car. Theie is l'UOVlMONft-Me- ss porlt only one way to cure deafness, and that is Lard Prlmo stenm.... by constitutional 11 12 lemcdies. Deafness is 1UJTTBK- - Choice dairy Ch 21 Prime to cholco creamery.. caused by an inflamed condition of the muAPPLES- - Perbbl 3 25 H 350 cous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When POTATOES-P- cr bbU 2 35 this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling CHICAGO. Bound or nnpeifect hearing, and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result, nml FLOUK- - Winter patents 4 50 4,80 1)2 2 red unless the inflammation can be taken out UUAIN- - Wheat-N- o. No, 2 Chlcugo spring 80K&.' 87 and this tube restored to its normal conCORN No, 2 dition, hearing will be destroyed forever; OATS No. 2 O 0 23 nine cases out of ten are caused by cntnriii, l'OUK Mess 9 25 J LAKD-btO- uin which is nothincr but an inflnmpil rnnilitinn C'SSa 4 05. of the mucous surfaces. - ; NCW YOKIC We will give One Hundred Dollars for any FLOUR Winter patent...'. . .. 4 F0 5 15. caso of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that No. 2 ml...... . sd,. :annot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. ,- . ,,-r. .;. -- ncncy s o., loieuo, u. 000 Si 9 50 Sold by Druggists, 75c. 500 Hall's Family Pills are the best. 1JALTIMORG. had a strong appetite for liquor wh"ch the beginning of tho breaking down of tny health. I was also a slave to teaand coffee drinking. I took the gold cure, but it did not help me. ' This is n portion of an interview clipped from, the Dailv Herald, of Clinton, It might wc 11 bo taken for the subject of a temperance .lecture, but that is not our object in publishing it. It is to show how , run down bv drink and dUnn n..'i. restored. We cannot do better than quote ouiui: .mult .tuiii uiu was "For years I Unable to do my Jtv J"iJ 3 wont, i couiu not sleep nights or rest a'svs-tern- "I ly "I am fond of music, and, as I do not play and have no little ones about the house, I bought one of the finest music boxes that I could find. It wns a large box and had nearly a score of melodies, from the sacred to the catchy negro airs, stored up within its recesses. There were bells and cymbals, too, and a tiny drum. It was a swell music box and no mistaks. Well, ono day I lost my position and was In absolute need of ready money. My prospects were excellent, and. I did not want to injure them by borrowing fiom friends, on whom, however, I knew I could depend. To tide me over my difficulty I determined to pawn my music box (it cost mo upward of $100 imported, you know), and I readily secured S25. Well, things did not pan out exactly as I expected things seldom go just as they are scheduled to go and it was a year almost before I found myself in a position to redeem tho rni9ic box from tho pawn Bhop. I took the ticket, went to the shop- and told the man in charge that I wanted to redeem my in Btrumcnt, and asked whether it had been kept in order nnd had not been injured. He assured me that it had not been tampered with, and, in proof theicof, he offered to let me wind it up nnd make it play before I paid back the money I had secured by its pledge. I accepted, and, after winding tho box up, it started to play. Now, what do you think thnt darned old, long forgot ten musical instrument played?" As ho looked around the crowd no one could suggest the name of the air, nnd he said: "Darn my buttons, if it did not Btart right in and reel off 'I Know That My Liveth.' Almost human knowledge that, almost human, sirs." N. O. Times-Heral- llox Thnt Knew What Air to Piny. .v ? Iffhehair I What makea tho nlant fado and wither? Usually lack of nocessary nourishment. Tho reason why Dr. Ayor's Hair Vigor restores gray or faded hair to its normal color, stops hair from falling, and makes it grow, i3 because it supplies tho nourishment tho hair needs. k liko a plant. " When a girl at school, In Reading', Ohio, I hail a Bevcro attack of brain fever. On my recovery, I found myself perfectly bald and, for a long timo, I feared I should bo permanently so. Krlonds urged mo to uso Dr. AVer's Hair Vigor, and, on doing so, my hair Immediately began to grow, and 1 now havo as heavy and fine a hoail of hair as ono could wish for, being changed, however, from hlondo to dark brown." Mrs. J. IL Uobsntdeii, 152 Pacific Av., Sant Cruz, Cal. '3kyei?s Mail9 Vigor. !9ABMTni"Mf1lieAP FILINGS. WATER COLOR PAINTS The Coolc Vn Innocent. The polite agent for the new parlor pho- ffl nograph who knocked at the door insisted that the old lady who opened it place the tubes in her ears, and listen to one song. She need not buy a pleasure to exhibit it "just try it once, madam," etc. "This song you will hear, madam," he said, us he held RHURALO the tube doubtfully to her ears, is 'My Darling, Pluck n Daisy From My (Jrave,' as sung FOR DECORATING WALLS AND CEILINGS Purchases a packages of by Leopold Monarity, the famous New OALC1MO from your ork tenor." The agent started the ma ifrocur or naint dealer und do .vuur own kalsoinlninir. This material is . .... . . chine un, but the old lady dropped the tubes made, on sclcnllue principles bv machinery nml milled in twenty-lou- r tints U and said t "Jest hold on a minute till I come any concoction of Clue and Whiting that can possibly mid Is superior to back. That dratted cook's openin' another by hand. To ins snxnu with Cold Watkk. be made can of tomatoes in the kitchen with a table If you want something extra, buy some (V1URALO from tho samo p knife." Detroit Free Press. dealer. This material is a II aiii Finish to bo applied with n brush nnd bo- - tt ....-'.- .... ... $ $ I? 1 od four cents in stamps tn W. .1. Itvrll, (inn. cral Agent Orcat Northern Railway, fith and Walnut Sts., Cincinnati, O., or free by calling at his office. The Oreal Northern is the short line to Seattle nnd Portland; vcstibuled trains; tourist sleepers; meals in dining ears a la carte; connects with all Alaska steamers. All Altnut Alnakn. Persons desiring latest and moat complete information about the Alaskan gold fields can get mans and other matter In-- kkiiiIikit fl JjJ comes as hard ns Cement. Milled in twenty-fou- r tiuts nnd works equally us well wltli pnlil np lmt. ivntor. fWSnnil for snninlei cards nnd If vou can- - JK not purchase this material from your local dealers let us know and we will o tf put you in the way of obtaining it. 3gggSg6SSSCg6gegS6eg6gSSe6e THEMURALOCO.. NEW BRIGHTON. S. I.. NEW YORK. $ -- It Tnht-- n V.'oiiHin. The average man doesn't Know that he t .. ilialiuHin..ln.l iiuiunKM.l . ....ill t... limp lllllll UU ia ui.iiinnumnni ries and his wife mukea this discovery, At- chison Globe. tint Take Laxative llromo QiiiiiinoTablcts. "All druggists refund moiiev if it fails to cure. 25e. A woman will buy all she mes about the houbc nnd make up for it by doing her own work nnd think she is eawng money. Washington Democrat. 1'its stopped free nnd periinncntlv cured No fits after first day's uso i.f Dr. Kline'i Great Nerve Itoslotn. Fnu?2 trial bottled treatise. Dr. I?a, To Ciiro n Cold In One liny 5S 30-- -- so somebody lias called house-cleanin- g seven days of rasping hard work. This person didn t know anything about Pearlinc. - O. House-cleanin- g with Pearhne doesnt mean the usual hard work. Neither does washday. And what would ordinarily take seven days ought to be done in three. Try Pearline and see for yourself the MrAlsrf v savintr in time and work and rubbinr?. ess wash-day- " T t- m .'.-.8e'.-..8-- of "Seven days lv WU . -- .jr CO.IIN-Nomlx- .;'.... KHr.emArehJu, POIUC-Now,- FLOUIt-Fnm- lly 1 GRAIN Wheat No. Southern -- Wheat Corn 35 .' 2 at Sj (il Tho earth ;oes 'round," but it would not go round if divided up among till the parties who want it. Puck. Piso's Curo for Consumption both in my family and practice. Dr. (J. W. Patter son, Inkstcr, Mich., Nov. 5, 1KD1. Evcrv man rempmhern hnviniy linen rn. ejected as juror in some lawsuit. Washing a $ Gi W5!f white western CAU'i'LK First quality . Western HOJS INDIANAPOLIS. 2 live- - No. 2. fillAIN-Wheat-No. Oals -- No. Mixed 32'(f SHiH ffj ffi 4 00 &A ffl fJi 4 CJ 10 i'7St 32ft ?0 .' I use PUZZLE MAP OF THE A" " "RTRTTOPS TOTMT T.TT!."W 1 i 0 'A tI.offnoy from Two Klwiinna, th brlhlk IMhtA Ika BAuthrn MthnAUA rupMiT Chutch liu eor hau war tbs lata lUibO4 VottgVl k.lJ Katanaucn. wno, Doiora idp vat w iuir r wuH, loft Dr. M. A. Blmmant lAttr Medlclaa a lega.--; 0 9 bu iirnran U.'low from thoLqiid4ti 10 wlilch has not ontr betn ot a tixm to laderlnK linmanllr- weRiro Uiolrown worilt la walcu tsej tla u, but audi t 2 Corn No. 2 mixed O.iytNo. 2 mixed FLOUR-Wln- III MKI i ton ucmocrat. UNITED STATES? SKNT GKAIX Coin ter Whcnt-X- Mixed Oals- - Mixed rOIUC Mess LAU1J Steam LOUISVILLE. patent o. 2 red 3 75 4 00 91 Si !i 29 28H 0 I? -- A cruel pain sciatica. Use St. Jacobs Oil. shortest sermon. A dull, racking The long-heade- Its cure is sure. FREE TO ANY ADDRESS UPON RECEIPT OF Two-Ce- nt llicuuoto, Vl.,Jair 23rd, 16S0. " Yoar TJror Modlciao ha Lot a o( great Mrrlce to mrrl( an I fumll. Wo Unit no tubiUtutalorlt. Tbu iiirctft whlcli jruu inerou.l tent u a lw yeara ago la einaaiUd Wacan't da without It. Mvlnh jou to nml u another aupplr. IT 13 IN -VAI.UAUI.U." Vcryreiiwctlallr. lj. 0. DoaatTT. Fmm JlUhop Kavanaugnt la from liar. TJIihop II. II. Kara Tha nau b, I). D. to Dr. II. A. 81mmom, March, lJlt reluctant "I confona lliat I ha?a beanmedicines, toflnuro la odrcrtlacmenta In roirard to but feol my acll ao much n debtor to your " VEUKTAI1LK IHihcp Doggellt I' M 'Mi ii 0 ft) fJ clergyman proarhes the Chicago Daily News. pain-Cu- re Five Stamps TO COVER THE COST OP a 4 ; ," St. Jacobs Oil. ncuialgia. lis sure 2 B HAILING. iduisviue. at. SAN fRANCtSCO, mv CAL. york, N.t. Ilcat, senso of tenderness and swelling of a part, arc all indications that thcro is need of instant repair tho stitch in time. Where these symptoms exist on the left or the right side of tho womb, disease of the Juit n Scheme, of Conrse. Tenpenny Here is an account in the ovary is setting in, and soon there will be, if thero paper of a man who was shipwrecked in Is not nlready established, a discharge, trifling at and cast away on a desert island first, but later copious and irritating. Soon, also, with another man's wife. Mrs. Tupenny The wretch! I hope his thero will ho felt dull, dragging pains radiating from wife got a divorce from him! Town Topics. the ovary. Do' not, my sister, let your malady go so far, but A Golden Urn those of you who arc already suffering In this is tho title of pamphlet issued of" treatment by the general passenger department of tho way should begin at once a courso Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway on with Lydia E. Pinlcham's Vegetable Compound. mining in Colorado, California and other It will restore tho organs to their normal conmid-ocea- finest stomachic is Hostettcr's Stomach Hitters, which promptly rectifies gastric trouble, and does away with irregularity of tho bowels and liver. A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE. BEST INSTRUCTOR J f part, and juetlca totho public Uiat I abould walra tbla obJecUon, and allow you to publish vhalorer X may bara written In rctiard to the. character and Talua of your medl-clno- s. 2Iay many a auderer be at much benefited by them na I haro boos." II. II. Kavvuuuu. Rev. Dr. Critman cured of DtiptfiUx and RhtU- maliim. Edgo&eM Camberland Preabyterlan Church, ) E. II. Crlsman, D.U., I'm tor, Naahrille, Tenn.. Oct, 11, 18S9.) I nm still uilcg Flmmona Llrer Medicine. It Is infaluabla to me. I began Its uia eight years ago and it cured ma of both dyepepsia and rheumatism and keeps me In rfcct health. I prefer to order It from you direct for I know then that I get the gen-nland get It fresh. I am to start on the 7H lost. to a meetlnff or the Brnod of Tannesseeal Clare- laid. If I can servo you In any way oa the trip I 1 lleaDcetful r.. will bo glad to do ao. . . . is. u. unianan. Iter. J. It. Graves, editor and proprietor of "The Baptist," Memphis, Tens., sayn "ToM. A. Simmons, II. D.. Iuka, Mlss.i I receired a package of your Llvor Medlclno and haro used hall ot It. It works llkott charm. 1 want no betttr I.lrer IlcgUi lator and certainly no mora of Zellln's mixture. J. 11. Guarcs, Memphis, Tenn., Hot. 17, 1676." 33J and Morgan 8ts. ( ( Bt. Louis, Mo. Jtetjieettd Sin "wo hare found your TJrer Medicine very beneficial as an Aperient and.Llrer Ilezulator. It does all that It Is recommended tortcspeutfully, SisTxaa or Miser. do." BU I'rnNlij-lcrlniis HcIIcvo In It. ever seen. Interests the ? Q children and (caches them the geogra- a phy of Ihcir own country in a practical and lasting manner. 9 Not more than one sent to one ad- - Q (? ( O dress. Wrile to O in geography f a a 9 F. H. LORD, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, ClilcjcoClreat Western Rnllway, CI1ICAUO, ILL. QUINCV nUlLDlNU. f f e 2 An Eminent Banflnt Ilan Nnokou. X TRAM. MARK. Klondykc is an illustrated folder about Alaska and its gold mines, with rates of fare and information as to how to get there nnd what to expect after arrival. Jioth publications may be had free of expense by sending four (4) cents in stamps to pay postage to Geo. II. Hcailord, General Agent, Chicago, III. l'us-eong- Western States. dition. Tom wit. Dick (who has just visited his "uncle") And a Jew for ready cash. Up To Date. called Grain-O- . It is n delicious, appetizing, nourishing food drink to take the p'ace of coffee. Sold by all grocers and liked by nil who have used it, because when properly prepared it tastes like the finest coffee hut is free from all its injurious properties. Grain-nids digestion nnd strengthens tho is not a stimulant but a health nerves. It builder, and children, as well as adults, tan drink it with great benefit. Costs about 1 as much as coffee. 15 and 25c. A Uncial Clinrncterliatlea. It takes an Irishman for reailv Give the Children n Drink Celebrated for more than a century as a delicious, nutribevtious, and erage. Has our In this connection Mns. E. L. Myehs, We will furnish duplicates says: "My ovaries werorbadly disOf XmXTVJSS e'JtOC33C eased, and for almost a year I suffered with so"JTTM7S or any other Out shown vcro burning pains which were almost unendurable, and a dull, heavy pain in Imon Uoolc, lu a y Bpoo atorbolow tho lower portion of my back. If standing I was most relieved with my foot quotod ir lens for tamo. resting on a stool or chair. Tho doctor told mo I would have to take my A.H.Kel!ogSKewspaparCQ. bed and keep quiet. I had not used half a bottle of Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegennd table Compound beforo it worked wonders with me. I now owo my health to tho Compound. To thoso who are suffering from diseases peculiar to woW. Fifth St., men, I would say that Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound is just what 335 , need." they ..jriE-rt Mrs. Pinkham wishes to befriend 'you, and if you will write her at Lynn, Mass., telllug her just how you feel, sho will givo you tho very best advico frco of charge; Think what a privilego it is to be ablo to write to a woman who h learned in all these matters, and willing to advise you without, nhorgo. Quak-ake,-Pa.- ' fvk SJ " LSI STOCK CUTS. I John's UoiplUI, Cor. Cntliolle Ijntlorso It. , ' ; H 5. L?(oSjf-55- - S3 hM&i&& 1 - f n ft.Misr,J On tho trial of our casa against Zetlla & Co. their counsel nalJi "Wlbeii Blmmons' ancestors wero cracking hickory nuts with their teeth tn the forests of liermany, Zellja'e ancestors wero Princes In the HAiisa nf Israel." while wemakonoclalm to Jewish origin, mucH lest .to. bplng' " vthioet in tho IIou.o o Israol," we prefer an ancestry o( b9nest Americans to Iba highest scat la tho (ynagoguo e( onrlghtodus Jows, llewaro.of any article called "Elamons TJror Medicine'' which haaonlt the naroer"J.H. Zeilla A Co.," or " A. W. Simmona ft Co.," or "T. F. nad especially beware of anyartlclo CheekftCo; represented as "the same," or "Just ni geod " as Ihoorlglnal Dr. M. A. Simmons TJrer Medicine. Oa euro you cat tho original which bas the name , picture an 1 nutigraph of Dr. M. A. Hlmmons on the wrapper, rmnteralgned by O. If. Ulmmoaj Medlcia no., nt. Louis. I YELLOW LABEL on the front of every package, and our trade-mark M "La Belle Chocolatlerc" on the back. NONB OTHER QENUINB. I have ever loved! Ho (passionately) Criterion. You are the only girl JS L iiir!jks(Kk. " " "" saefie99tsttcc ji FOR 14 CENTS " i Krr 'lis M T TTiT? CANDY CATHARTIC EKDUtl NAME (WD WE 1VawlshtoralnM0.0uu' nawena. f omers. aniTbenoaotlar 1 musrnATED Wia chtalocub ON A POSTAL OMUi SEHD YOU OUR 156 PAG& She (coldly) So I should judge by tho way you go at it. N. Y. Journal. IlCHt free of All Made only by I WALTER BAKER & I J I DORCHESTER, CO. fUSS. Ltd. 'i To cleanse the system in a gentlo and truly beneficial manner, when the Springtimo comes, uso tho true and perfect remedy, Syrup of Figs. Iluy tho genuine. Mnnu factured by tho California Fig Syrup Co. only, and for sale by all druggists, nt 50 mjS&i! c ric TOTtm 1 1UJN uino 1 urn. tit.a - gr w WTKCHESTER RCPEATINff ARMS CO. leOWlNClfESTER AVB , HEW 11AVEH, OWfV - .rrJCTT; au- - -- $immafZ2& me oISbu rRTTri;TS v. .a X S :cnts per bottle. How to trrow wliefit flt40na, bu a ml S3 1 bus. oats T 173 bun tiiti try nnJ 1600 hns pointooi ptr aero AllTSUK OfH (IKKAT CATAT.OUL'K mailed you SSSifftl e6sc0e0ttMMal ajHARTSTONS NOTICE Mini mtrs f T jw Klondike Me on, ltd Onion, 16o BrUlUntlflower Seeds, Uo CMmmW Wortk 41.00, far ummi Above 10 pkgs. worth14 cents. will 11.00, wa znall jon free, togitbor with our arrest IMant amq h eed Catalogue upon receipt ot this notice and Its. ' postage. Welnrlte i m m now whan too oneyour trade and trr Salft I I lirneTrKtaiou(7with IM ii.srrlsTn ont thero. 1'otu.toeaatKl.aU i I I .JOMvIPJssbI ui.uaiaiogaioaaDO. no,Kt i i SualKtillliaW , joii.i a. siuxn iiio co., La pnosur, ms. 1 iS H Tif. Karly Spring Turnip. Karllesf Ke3 Ileet, 1 " lllsmarok Cnennllier. " J2?en YIctoraJ.ettnc8, N 1 1 1'kg. upayltadlsh, 100 lOol lfta I 15o I I I S" JnmboOlant I I I ) . )1 J ? ESTABLISHED ITOO, j Talk is cheap, but somehow gossip always gains currency, Chicago Daily News. Cold quickens rheumatism, but quickly, Surely, St. Jacobs Oil cures it. souri. man dlirhlP tlin Tclntnr mAn.h. about tho farm lands of nuuiuwB, iowa anu Mis- 7 v S "TUB fi iribBKoi Bt-O- AMrtSrti .. . n.M. n..M IO. AY&, r..r UWt ASfcS o" l.SBa3aAGBrnini(S B f with 11 trrtuii aoctl fcaiiiiilen, upon iccelptof S J Til IS MTICI. nml lO cciiIn In nluiups. J J JOHN A. 8 UK It SKKU (O., 1A CltOaSC. "18. (U 6) BELFrACTWBX. SHADEROllERyJ llisBlsM-sMr- m I sw ANT! Bite, B & Iff iTM" POST tanus. Mend 2 i:ru 5yi,0rHaoar's subscription to "Ttio Corn licit," Adams. Btroot, Chicago. 2Sry '"abated. iiinu full of lnlor- - When a man la drunk, and should least, ho talks most. Atchison Globe. Limp and lame lame back. Oil cures it promptly, Burely. talk obedlenrn, fniliintrr, pood bnbiu t'ArcntH'certflitAteoC ond courtesy o others. C. M. MTEftni9, ilsruifile. W, T, COPIES llKUl6.V, 425 papea Ei UVUWW handiomclr bound, brimful of netv an nulttlciil cconomj'. tdt'iif be aocliil ellilcs. I.oCKijounf? men who how in tend hnny, rent freo to fl nalflll -- ilMSilN, 1692 ' THERPNIIINr ntT LABEL Olt St, "Jacobs ' Tg ami Whiskey cured at bouiowitnuui lluliltMonk of imin piirilciiiars tout FUllU. 11. M. YQyi,LISY,U.p., AUaut,0.i as hard for a marrtn Ijcpd n diary as for a woman to keep a sharp lead pencil, Cbjcago Dailj Kcirs. It's about fydPtic) - t'lUS Irhtlts i I., thiio (ioush syrup. Tn'i-- J '!ooi. Vte fe-- J Hit Pr.l.l lv ii ijjrlntr. Ail, ilaiir AILS. Pff liy mall, foaltlone STIinV fnirht impotent. Kipcnse low. cotaloguo Klle Wrlto for L' i rrn,,iilf r f sllfcf , flUJtferJ, PAT." Be. H O M E h1'0''1 huiid.llookkeeplnjr, I'cnmanshlp.etc. ts'SSrs-tyfll- s WHEN VniTI.M TO AUVltT8KJuiaj plenso state lUnl you satr Itc AOTcrtlso. taiut lu tUls ii.tiicr. I .' A. N. K.- -E r 'I V.'