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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1898 mou1898021101 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. J " J1J "Sfes JS .f . 311 mm I 13"'' 4 " B I v j J "i-'VS- jLn 'I" ICL' i .. VOLUME XII. MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1171898. KENTUCKY LEGHSLATURJ lyW NUMBER 22. STATE ODDS AND ENDS. ssissssMSSs-Ma-SMfcas-Msas-aBss-fia-safca-Ms-M-sw;- ' THE REMOVAL CIRCUIT COURT ' it. L-- n lw", convened the circuit court for Kon cuit court, some time ago notified the ton county nt Independence, the orig- county officials that the Judge's room, inal county seat- - The formal aban tho master commissioner's office, and donment of Covington for court pur tho clerk's ofilce were devoid of the psscs were completed Saturday by tho , necessary furnlturo and appliances removal of the court records, and that for carrying on the business of the part of the Covington courthouse oc- court, and found the rooms and offices cupied by the circuit court will remain in such condition that it was not closed until the orders of the Judge aro proper to carry on tho business of tho obeyed or the court of appeals declares court throilch them, and also an utter laek of. room for tho accomthe a&uricirs position correct Jim removal from Covington, the modation of Hticrn.ntn and rrnnnrnl most populous portion of tho county, ! public. Tho judgo also found and for mora than forty years tho that tho records of the circuit court homo of the circuit, court, to Iodcpend- - wero not in the custody of the enco, a village remote from any modo clerk, but scattered about tho court-o- f transit except by vehicle, 11 miles ' house, the greater part in a. room Ben in the country, nnd the only means arato from tho clerk's office and open of, communication with tho outside to destruction or loss. ""world ono lelepl on i, Is an event Judge Tarvln asked tho general l In the history of council of tho city to remedy theso tho courts of Kentucky. When it is matters, but it nppcars no uttcntion laioun thatnlnii-tcntli- s of the business was paid to it. In open count Tuesday of tlm circuit court;' which Is in continthe judgo declared the council In conuous session, comes from residents nf tempt and ordered the circuit court reCnvi ton nnd Its Immediate Miburbs, moved to independence. Circuit Court Clerk W. Ed" Miller, unand dial every lawyer, wltucbs and juror interested must Journey to Inde- der the order made by tho court, has pendence to attend tho court, tho completed all arrangements for reof tho removal will be re- moving the books and records of the oflicc now In the courthouse to Indealized. pendence. Two furniture cars have INSURANCE AGENTS been hired for the purpose, and tho Can Not Nlldo Over Into Kentucky and transfer will be made between SaturIn.uru I'roporty Without a Llcenie. day and Sunday. , Fiiankkoiit, Ky., Feb. 4. In the Tho sheriff, commonwealth's attorhouse Thursday a number of bills were ney and Master Commissioner Orazi-an- l advanced by second reading. will also movo their effects at the These bills were killed by adverse same time. report and vote; McKcc's bill for benDeputy Circuit Court Clerk Revill It. efit of circuit clerks, who will have to Rankin and Assistant Jas. F. O'Dowd pay b.ick the amounts received in the have already engaged apartments at aliupr of fees, and tho Independence, and will be on hand at bill pmvldlng for taking depositions tho capital of Kenton county bright in shorthand. and early Monday morning and ready r The bill raising tho ago of consent to do business. , was amended to make the ago of the The court Intimated, that he would mule over 10 years and tho ago of tho instruct 'the "sheriff to summon all female under 11 years. Tho penalty witnesses, petit and grand jurors to wan fixed at Imprisonment for nov less report at Independence on Tuesdav. than, five yeare,-- nndv'momocro of Uic genoral council tlutniotio- The bill was passed by u. major,! d unci mayor to appoar at the samo place oq Mobdftr morotrigh'ext. its passage was clinched. ThVsV1 officials will be charged with The bill, adding a medical department to tho A. and M. state'' collcgo contempt, and must purge themselves, was advanced; ulso Charlton's labor which may be a difficult task, as moio bureau bill. than a month has passed and no action Tjio committees substitute for tho was taken tooltoy the court orders. , Mayor Rhlnock said Wednesday ho ,WcIco and Menrs insurance bills, to ' prevent tho Cincinnati and agents of would address a letter to members of other states from slipping over Into council, Jn which ho will quote tho law Ken. m.ly nnd Insuring property here governing all tho points at Issue be without paying license for cither them- tween Judge Tarvln and tho city selves or tho company, was passed. boards. Tho mayor's advice is for council to recede from its position in refusing to A SENSATION. obey tho court's orders regarding SUlM'Kate Uiimml, of Mlddlcsboro, Ky.. proper furniture. for thejep'urthouso. Mynterloutly Disappears. Mayor Rliinock telegraphed Wednes'MiDni.KBiiono, Ky., Feb. 5. Miss day to councilmen who 'are lobbying Knti Etniuul, youngest daughter of W. Covington's charter changes rat 11. Kiunial, of this place, and fcrantP for Frankfort, telling to daughter of XV. S. Kmmal, the million- Covfngton at once. them to returnthey Ass,.soon us aire hanker of Lexington, is mysteri- can, return a general meeting of both ously missing. Miss Emmal is a sub- councilman will be callstitute in tho public schools, and ed to conslilernpfl nldermeri tho situation. Q'hursday morning she told her mother Judge Tarv.ln"upon bench Rhuuas going to lukc charge of Miss7 Wednesday morning, taking the stormy after, thp room' who was sjek. Ida Householder's Since then she has not been heard session of Tuesday afternoon, ordered jssueM' against 'Mayor that a from. It is reported that she was niar- - Rhinock rule be and each and evdryJmember ricti ut 'Junction uny to ai. woauvti prominent drummer of LcxIngttfA.' ouuii! ,qoaru oi ,'aiucj-raqI but this can not be verified. The E on mals are very prominent Kentucky showMonday next, at and oclodk, and every one of people. They aro very wealthy nnd thcrri cause why each Islrould' not be punished for conconnected with the Ureckinridgo, Hul-- J tempt oAcourt. lock and McUrathe families. The dlsr' appearance of Miss Kate has created? .K-.i.'i.- -i. yj" i linpri-ccilcrf&i-nor-jtoocty-an-- Of tho Circuit Court From' Covington to Of ltenlon County Ordered Itcmotcd to Independence. . Independence by Judge Tan In. .Covinoton, Ky., Fob. 7. Promptly at Covinoton, Ky., Feb. 3. Judge James It o'clock Monday morning Judge Tar-vt- n P. Tarvln, of tho Kenton county cir- X'T J0, auu-cgunc- finttfv n. KnnRn.t.1nn. : q hi .." d n L r J ,:'fitt i t 1 " CovmaTOff,, Ky.i .Iiksb.t.,4. Anolher sensation wrts fiprung"ByjClri)ult Judgo Tarvln from tho bcnch'4Vc'ovington l ' Thursday. T'.v In,ppcn court ho stated his position inithb controversy with the Covingtbn council, nnd charged that there had been a default In the roaster commissioner's office of Kenton county. 'This office which transacts 8100,000 worth, of business annually, was by Edward Rens to B. HjOrazianl, when the other new 610,500 to S12.A00; insuraneo cornmis-bio'uofrom 8:1,000 to 82,500; insUranco court officers took charge in Kontqp cotfrl. cferks, from 82,500 to 82,000; secretary county., "' FnANKroitT, Feb. & Senate Tho Juogq Xarvin 6ald Thursday; "There of state, from 83,000 to 82,500; stato stone in tho lcgtslatlvo session was passto 83,000. The is a iuqiauit, in tno master's office, ed Monday, and but 30 moro leglslatlvo days treasuror, from 83,000 remain. Up to, this time no bills of this sesH'otal paving is 823,700 a year. whetnt criminal or not this court is not prepared to say. When the now sion havo become laws and but ono measure has passed both Senator Lindsay To Itentnve I ho Capitol. roastexjook sjtargo there was riot the was tho subject of houses. tlrado by Senator a bitter FiiAUKFOK'r, Ky., Feb. 5. Tho repubscratottof a pentb indlcato what busi- Bronston during tho scnato session Monday. licans' ' revenge against local demo- ness haflibeon transacted lry the office. Trio occasion for this wat n resolution introcratic partisans camo out Friday in Thero Wercnojecords whatever. The duced by Senator Bronston providing for tho the houso in tho shapo of a resolution former master' was given ample time' appointment of a committee to formulate and Washington forward nnlcndlng tho constitution so as to re- to makcTa full report add that report reply to to Senator Lindsay at by Mr. Lindsaya tho speech delivered ' trieve tlio, scat of government from has not,bcen.jnadc." ia'rcsponso to the resolution demanding his ITrnkfoft' to a city to bo selected by .TudgtToriff CHCJerk resignation. Urn legislature.' House Mr. Myers, of Greenup, mado a secTheodorVoi lloene,.of Covington, to ond unsuccessful attempt to have . V appear at Independence next Monday speech mado a part of the houso the Lindsay journal, but Shot an Ofllcor. 1 for cont'etnpt of court. "Von Jloeuo was ruled out of order by Speaker Bcckbam. , o PAms,,lty., Fob. ack Shea, night ' 'wtttclirnan in UmIy. & N. yards here, urged ctv council not to obey the Mr. Myers. In view of this, mado a speech In which "' sVaSshot'lin'jnortally wounded by a court's oTder, Judgo Tarvln said. "I rule of ho denounced tho partlzan and tyranlcal the speaker and the democratlo majorNpBEO.cbal thief. The man has not propose to punish all guilty of con- ity. Tho Louisville ripper bills were tempt to tho full extent of the law." In the house again Monday, but there yet been arrested. tho Homo. - REDUCTION OF SALAjfES. The IIII1 win lie Kepnrtod Favorably to .1,. I it.. ? (Circuit Judge Tarvln Claims Tlier ueruuit in jno jiiaiter UomroUiloner'i il ce. IcT ar a FiiANKronr, Ky Feb. 5. Tho salary r uctton bill introduced by Hon. L. K. Weatnerford, tho young member from Craves county, will bo favorably' ro nrtcd to the house, homo of tho most importaut changes proposed aro ns follows: Governor, from 50,500 to 80,000; Adjutant general, from 83,000 to 81,800, commissioner of agricultural, from 82,500 to 82,000; auditor's clorltfrom r, two years or less on the ' lie Or countyroadsj 'reoulrlng herlwnv with tho county each year before, they can v euro a quietus and proceed with the collection vi uiq ruucuiiij; jcur a mxes, iruviuinff lor n police pension association for tho city of Louisville. Bills Introduced; To regulato prico of licenses for circuses by the slzo of the circus; to prevont any person fromractlcing medicine or treating any sick person by any method whatsoever without complying first with the act of April 10 1893, to protect citizens iota empiricism. House Dills reported favorably: To appropriate f 1.000 a year to establish and. maintain a bureau of Immigration and labor: 'authorizing county judges to post publlo roads against livestock; to further prohibit the, Salo of Intoxicating beverages In local option districts: making It a felony to forgo or sign tho namo of another to a petition; providing that no property. shall 'be exempt from execution for a debt contracted for labor performed; making it unlawful to sell los than 76 pounds of coat as a bushel. Dills killed: Making it unlawful to permit llvo stock to run at largo on public highways; permitting tho taking of depositions in shorthand; granting a 60 cont bounty forkllllngblue-winge- d chicken hawks; making It unlawful to lire a deadly weapon on the public road or within 60 yards thereof; providing that persons who aro not householders may servo as election officers; providing that the state shall rccelvo bids for the public printing only from union offices. FnANKFOBT, Feb. 6. Senatk The Goobel bill camo up in tho senate Friday and a vote was reached without much discussion, Senator ,Qocbel making a short statement stating tho legal effect of tho bill. Senator Drcwn offered an amendment providing that tho bill should apply to all corporations,, but It was voted down. Tho bill passed by a' voto ot 16 to 10. Dills favorably reported: to require all articles of food when adulterated to bo sd "branded with the namo ot all of the Ingredients; to prevent road overseers from employing their own tcamsfbr wagons or bo Interested In such teams; to exclude witnesses from court room during trial of cases ; provldo for selection offorcmanof grand jury by tho Judge; to prevent a diploma from Stato Colored Normal school from giving a right to teach In common schools. House Dills reported favorably: Providing for maintaining circuit courts, giving judges thereof authority to purchaso furnlturo and rnako proper provisions for court officers; providing for tho appointment of official In counties constituting a separate, judicial district having a second class city. Dills passed: To abolish the register of land offlco jjqd requiring tho auditor to take chargo of tho said offico; making Ineligible for jury scrvlco all persons who havo a suit, cither civil or criminal, In that court at that term: to lc'gallzo tho elections In certain school districts In western Kentucky: providing for tho redemption of real estato sold under decree of nro fellow-servants stonog-rophers hnlf-rallo ft.RE YOU TO LIVE IN ALASKA? tome, Iteiinlrcinenta Tlint AV1II lie J iteealar S.tilon. Found Intllapennnble. Of FnANKFOKT. Ky., Tcb. The universal artlclo si dirt !a that measures were Introtho anticipated partisan duced In tho scnato Tuesday morning. Sen- country, depended uponnnd indispensafor elect ator Qoobel fathered ono. H provides commu- ble, is bread or biscuit. And tomakethe tlon by tho legislature of an election boards In caoh bread and biscuit, either in the camp or nion, to appoint tho election Y. county. Senator Ilronaton sent up ono pro- upon the trail, yenst cannot be used it BUQQeMen to the Lincoln National Bank., viding for a stoto board of charities, tho object of which is to rob tho present udmlnlstri-tlo- n must be baking powder; and' the powof tho management nnd control of asy- der manufactured by the processes of lums. Tho "penitentiary grab" bill cume up By provision o! Its charter, depositors ore as fully protected as an Company, In tho senate as n special order, and Senator the Royal Baking Powder depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually if miners nnd prospectors have learned, Bronston and others spoko for It. House Mr. Tracy of Covlngtpn, Introduced Is the only one which will stand In that liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par value his charter omendmont bill In the bouse Tuespeculiar climate of cold and dnmpncss thereof in addition to the amount Invested in such shires: It may act day. This Is tho bill cxtoudlng Covlngton Mr, nnd raise the bread and biscuit satisfacExecutor, Adminlstrktor,.,Tnistt er Receiver, as an individual. boundary lino to tho Ohio stato line. Trover, of Nowport, Introduced 'a bill repeal- torily. ' ii ing tho act under which tho fiscal courts ot These facts are very important for Kenton and Campbell counties supplement Go., Stanthe regular salai lea ot circuit Judges In thop every one proposing to go to Alaska and Condition of also un act to prevent tbe the Yukon country to know, for should districts; Kentucky. December 31. 1806. ford. spread of contagious diseases; also an act he be persuaded by some outfitter fo to provide the manner of locating county RESOURCES: LIABILITIES: Introduced a bill take one of the cheap brands of baking roads. Itcprescntatlvo Morris $302,515.21 In tho house prohibiting the reproduction of powder, it will cost just as much to Notes and Dills Capital Stock.... i. t200,000.0( ,,. 1.W5.82 I Surplus prize tights by photograph or otherwise. Tbp transport It, and then when he opens It Other Stocks and Donds 19,413.41 Fund 1.202.41 Overdrafts houso commlttco on publlo morals, through Its for use, after all his labor in packing-i- t 48,239.20 Dun from Banks Individual Deposits IM.M 0." chairman, Mr, Petty, of Grant, reported favof- 0,400.00 Hanking House and Fixtures DueYo tianks. uaseoau over the long nnd difficult route, he will Cash .., 12.04&4I obly Mr. IIcndcron's 8S.693.20 bin. Tho bill cxtepts cltlesof the lirst an J find ft solid caked mass or alotof spoiled 1387,015,00 K87,OI5.M bill ww powder, with no strength and useless. Tho also roDortcd by way ot substitute, which Im poses a lino against tho manufacture, sale or Such a mistake might lend to the most serious results. Alaska is no place in use of cigarettes. DIRECTORS: which to experiment in food, or try to Ne FiUNKroBT. Ky.. Feb. J. J. Williams, Mt Vornon. S. J. Embry, Stanford. bills Introduced Wednesday: To repeal section economi70 with your stomach. For use JS. J. F. Cash, Stanford. ' 63 of Artlclo 18, of "an act relating to lecs.'j in such a climate, and under the trying J. B. Owsley, Stanford. Owsley, Stanford. A. W. Carpentc'r, Stuuford. approved June IS, 1893; to authorize tho crcdj J. ltors to select the assignee In ull cassesdt and fatiguing conditions of life and William Gooch, Stanford. W. II. Cummins, Lincoln County. must B. voluntary assignments for tho bentflt .or labor In that country, everything II. Shanks, Stanford. J. E. Lynn, Stanford. creditors, and to extend the duties of lh be the best and most useful, and above J. N. Mcnefce, Stanford. sheriffs and county clerks In relation thereto- all it is imperative that qll food supplies and repealing the act of March 16, 1691, rcluitJ creating two addl-- shall have perfect keeping qunlltles. It S. lng to assignments; H. SHANKS, President. J, B. OWSLEY, Cashier tlonal circuit judges for Louisville aiuf Is absurd to convey over such difficult regulating the duties of tho different sections, Land expensive routes an article tho I W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. of the Louisville circuit court; providlnr'fi WWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, and tho election of judges provided for In bill No5 will deteriorate in trnnslt, or that will 148: authorizing elites and towns to 'establish be found when required for use to hnvo they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier and maintain free libraries and reading rooms? lost a great part of its value. and providing for the appointment ot u board There Is no better gtilde to follow of commissioners by tho governor, to promoM JM, in these matters than thendviceof those the tame. House Tho bill to regulate tho practlcoV who have gone through similar cxperl-enpefdentistry in this stato by requiring ull denttjt. McQuesten. who Is called "the to sccuro a certificate from tho stato boarriJT, fnthcjjjqf, AlaskaV'afler a,n experience which was defeated last week, was rcconsldjt of years upon the trrtllv in the camp, nnd a crcd Wednesday and passed by a vote of 5 ta 34. Tho bill to compel tho Associated Press ta 4 In the use of every kind of suptyy', says Is absolutely necessary to the youncr man or young woman vwho would win sell Its news to. any nowspspcr that oner "We find In Alnttkn thnt the Impbrtance success in life. This being conceded, it is of the first importance to get your pay lor it at tne regular prico cnargca canpapers now receiving said news, passed lit g'l of a proper kind of baking powder training at the school that stands in the very frofit;r.ahlcS-th- o not be overestimated. A miner with a vote of 61 to 2 1 Petitions from other local! urged that railroads bo allowed to charisflf enn of bad baking powder Is allftbst per milo faro for passengers. J help!eton-ATb:aia- . We have trjedall FitANKronT, Ky.rFeb. 4. Senate Quit, "cqu uuugcu 10, seine sorts. " camo up In tho scnato Thursi little fight hmvn riPi4f.o nothtnc but Roval. It oter tho reference to a commlttco of two't i, Is stronger, and' carries further, but', proposing to repeal tho special local op" i ni.me nil thinirs. It Is the onlv.powder. acix, applying to tho counties of Clay, Jack; Owbley und Luurcu Referrod to tho Mwln that will endure, I lie severe enrnnuc- committee. Dills passod; Provldjhff)j -- . amres of the Arctic region.' nuuao . tuiiviuuf uii nuiKiiiti i JBoqlckeepintT. THE FARMERS' BANK. "" and TRUST COMPANY, STANFORD. OF u ' the Farmers Bank and Trust antl-Huna- second-classe- s. r. A BUSINESS EDUCATION "v- - -- 'i i"5l two-ce- Bryant & Stratton Rfisij$ss College, LOTJISVILX.E, KY., ShortJiand, Tcletivavlmil 17J l ' "N-'"-- Iffi-'SSii- a Wiei-cxpeaiiion- Perv. the famous Arctic traveler, have carried the JtoVal. IiuMng" Powder nent positions all over the United States It will be' mailed FREE. e.Qliihlvely. iThc'Roynl linking Powder will not cake nor lose Its strength ''either on board ship or In damp climates, nnd Is the most hightly concentrated and ef ficient of lenvenlng ngents. .Hence it 1h indispensable to every Alaskan outfit. 1 can be had of nny of the trading com"'"I panies in Alaska, but should the miner M Druggists and Pharmacists. procure his supplies before lenving, he should resist every attempt of the outfitter to pnlm off upon him any of the otherpYands of baking powder, for the'y will spolf and prove the cause of grent disappointment nnd trouble. d U'Ait'JJJjSn'li "vm w."?..!: T- -- Tf MC.&D.N; WILLIAMS v BIRDS ! EAT 400 SHEEP. Mt Vernoxi," Ky. City with a hand of sheep last summer, has been heard from. He sold part of his dock for $20,000. The other nnd tilggcst half of the Hock fed the birds cf I lie arctic zone. This, is how it -hap-penci- l: I'lncc 100 MUen Krom The D(fuu nml CitHt lfi!(l,OU(. Jack ColllYis, who started for Dawson KcnSt-Tool- first-clas- We carry Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes. Patent Medicine. Fnncj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c. compounded at all hours. Give us a call ior goods usually kept in a s drugstore. Prescrip-tlons-careful- ly .He drove ' als6f-,fc(te- T.-- sldo-truck- " ' - . J. Winchester, Ky., Feb. 7. The ad' bill, whlchhas passed tho mini&tratrix of Owen Burch has filed ecnate, was reported 'favorably in tho suit against tho L. & N. Railroad Co Kentucky houso Saturday and ad- - far S3H nnft ftnmnrrpe Illlrrli IV1L4 If I In a wreck several tvecks ugo. vauced, ton- - rlfiso'n 1 1 Fkankfort, I'rUon 1II1I Beportecl Favorably. Ky., Feb. 7. The Brons- - Wants 830,000 Damages. - I was a general understanding Monday night that tho light will bo fought to a finish next Wulncuday. Tho judiciary commlttco, ut . meeting Monday afternoon, decided to report favorably the Qoobel servant bill and to report ndverhcly the senato bill providing for working short time convicts on country road-.- . The last i ne was Introduced by Senator Jluycs, el Jefferson county, and passed tba seoito, whs reached cold wenther came on, and Collins decidqiMo '.kill hlssheep. He killed Jipd sold S00, and received nearly $;:o,ol5()'f(rf them. Then he coneluded'to hold the re mainder foru belter market, lie killed life iremnjnlng 400 In a sort of secluded place1 oiTt'fiu line of travel and suspended the enfenases on poles far enough aboiS'lf)erroAdJn be out of of Icnrs,,voUy ?t other wild animals. He left two ipu)Vg men to watch. the million, and proceeded to look for n mining section. Having found one, he lucnlcd a claim and proceeded to test It. After he hnd dug out a few thousand dollars' wrtrlh of gold he thought lm wbuld, ns tho French say, "return , to his mutlons," Ills slay liml been so prolonged that the young mon had beqojne, weafy'of holdlngn tfake" over the'sheep, nnd, only a fcw Imagining Dawson miles nw.jiy;linil started Tor mat city lo enjoy pome of the pleasures a met' ropolll.aif city can. afford.1 It proved to b( nbout 1Q0 thirfs- - tri' Dawson, so their nhsciicp was rnoye extended than they hnd Inondf'tfnd when Collins reached the place where he had left.he carcasses of 400 sheep Jie'jfofind only 400 bleaching Skeletons. The cnglesti .rhrens, crows, kites, hawks and other birds of which inhabit thnt region had been feasting on mutton. "Where tho carcasi Is,. there will the cngles be gathered," Is n proverb which applies to other birds of prey. Collins had left so many thnt Imitations hnd been sent out nnd a general round-u- p of nil tho vultures and things In thnt region, from llohrlng sea to the Mackenzie river, had taken place. Whether the claim Collins secured will mnke good the loss of the mutton or not remains to be seen, but when he drltes in his next band of sheep the blrdx of prey will not get so 'inifr pi'rrentflge of them, Port-leaQrrjronlun, the-rcae- 'the sheep'in over tho trail." Some time before Dawson Dal-to- n t r $pC3CpiC 'i - First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Capital Stock $200,000. Surplus $23,100 4 loff D. Elmore, F. Reld" T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. J. Harris, J. S. Hocfcer and M. J. Miller. , We solicit the accounts of the citizens ol Rockcastle and adjoining counties, .assuring them prompt and careful attention to ajty business Intrusted tcus. Personal application and correspondence,- with a view , .'"' to business relations, respectfully Invited. Frcs, McROBERT Caahlen JNO. J. J, S. HOCKER, J. W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. r& (TV .,. f T GO TO , ' '" ' t. . . 4- t -vi pi-e- J0NA5 McKENZIE For Ever(Iiiug: in car-eiiss- rs Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and snoes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Bcpt Good? at JUiyiujj Prices, ,v --jf d . S v I'll ;'J -- jv!H -- . v V 9 jL ';;j f 'v .; War 1 mummi'it..iiimuiui iuujim'i - imuHHnkJnpyBOii UUII lUWJgBPMpWBIIUI.II it. Vernon Signal. Hkiday, Vkb, ii. 1898. Published every Friday by Rev. Max-- y, of the Bible Col Mrs. G. T. Johnson, of Orlando, lege, Lexington, preached at the. visited relatives hercYlast week. Christian church Sunday. Moses Angltu offas here from Geo. S. Brooks, foreman of the umnnnmni -- ' MiitKiiivT r JJi extra gang now working at this place, was" in Rowland. Sunday. Mrs. Susie Mullins was at Vernon, Monday. Mt. BETTEtfS JAMES MARET. Fred S. Graves has returned to Birmingham, Ala., after a visit to YJSAR Si. 00 SJtX INSCRIPTION ONE his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brack Giaves. Advertising rates made known on Miss Fannie Redd has letmned '"'h application to her home in Crab Orchard after ajyisit to her aunt, Mrs. Dr. J. S. j Gov. McCkkaky could win the Cooper. race for Congress without taking H. G. Johnson and Bridge InJackson out and placing Casey in spector Cox, of the L. & N., were .8th district. at the Dilliou Mansion this week. Mrs. C. P. Mann has joined her Hon. W.J. Bryan, "tgmMdoC," will speak at our state capital at an husband here aud they havo taken Mr. early date, probably Ifcb. 22, on an rooms at the Griffin House. Mann is our accommodating barber invitation of the Kentucky Legislaand one of the best in the State. ture. political Tcfferee of the 7th district, almost melted the wires telegraphing his lesignaiicn to Senator DeBoc, last week, after failing to land his uinn Stivers in the Paris post office. YOUR "MONEYIN BANK fc For sale, stock ;farni in Rockcastle county, Ky.,'Containing 3 acres, one of the best, on Renlroe's creek; 150 acres under cultivation, remainder in oakfpbplnr, walnut aud hickory timber? All under fence. All the grasses grow well, blue grass being a natural growth. Splendid for all grain crops. Fifty acres of excellent bottom. Five good springs and two creeks furnish good running water the year round. Twelve acres in orchard, with fine selection of fruit. Two good dwellings; one of five, the other o" seven rooms. Tenant house of two rooms. Convenient to two", railroads and county seat. Half niile to school. This farm will be sold as a whole; or will divide it into tvvo farms, 100 acres in one, 200 acres in the other This property is owned by a nonresident, and will be sold at a low figure and on euFy terms. For price and terms, call on or address the Editor ofithe Signal. lf thai ' Prof. Phillips is thinking of go- i ing Ic North Carolina in the We regret torgiyc mm spring. up as lie is one 01 our ers and a hard worker lit Wit & capacity. uctc-ui;:u gu g-- 3fc EL UUiUTO SnS. SB... 3'Mm8& - DEALERS IN PUTTING Drugs,. it is CASTORIA Tor Infants and Children. Customers will find our stock, complete, comprising many aftjclas.' here impossible toj enumerate, and all sold at moderate prices. The only place both "drugs and groceries" can be boueht. V.rii-- i scriptions carefully compounded. I Medicines, I Groceries- Mt. Vernon Collegiate-Institut- e IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. r"'1 -" "' ''' ""-- " 3?Sa a 11 Session Opens Sepember Academic, Intermediate, and 6, 1897. 1 j i Special Normal L. M Primary, Departments. Work for Teaclicro. SCROGGS. Principal Judgk ;Gi;o., Dknny, Miss Mayme Ballard was called home Monday, on account of the serious illness of her sister, Mrs. Susie Johnson. Her brother, Portman the barber. During court he will cut hair Lookout foi Coly er & Co,, MARBLE CUTTERS, BRODHEAD, KY. Wade coming for her. fsisting-MrgtMywu- ie 'AC Wm. Fields has sold out his grocery and butcher business to a Mr. Terry, of Lincoln county. We Minister Duuuy De Lome from are glad to welcome Mr. Terry in Spam, will be given his passports our midst. Hope however, we today by the United States. The will not lose Mr. Fields. cause is"DeLoiue writing n latier LEVEL GREEN. The Literary Society met last to his friend Canalejas in Cuba, in Friday night. The questions be Possum Holler. whichjhe criticised President ing: "Resolved, That a mother Rev. C. D. Burnett, of Flat Lick, veryjsevercly and with the has more influence over sou thau W. H. was visiting his utmost lreedom. his sweetheart." This question wasaiguedby Col. A. N, Bently, Brown, of this plac'eTSuuday. The sick are aUJ convalescent; RAIDING DEPUTY, REVENUE Joe Dickerson and Jno Howell for d the affirmative and Walter Satind lovers all married, all old fueds SERVICE. and no election .on hand, thereers, Jno. Pope .and Jno. Meadows Richmond, Ky., Knn. 5, y8. for the negative. It was decided at fore everything- - isjfquiet-lik- e The U S.Civil Service Commjs-missio- n in fa h of the affirmative by the present. voi announces that on Mar. 5, Judges, Messrs. R. C. Brown, L. Rev Warren spent a few hours 7898, an examination will be held A. Pettus and Hardin Floyd. The with us Saturday." in Richmond. Ky , lor the position recitations by Mrs. Halderuiau of Raiding Deputy it the 8th Inter- and Robert Coffey added mucbly New scholars continue to come nal Revenue Service District with into school programme. to the headquarters at Richmond. J. W. Proctor, who is. a grandThis examination will consist of father, and only a short distance on a very light educational test, aud in BRODHEAD. the sunny side of 50 entered school addition thereto applicants will be here on the 7th. Fiank' Sutton .is graded.jiipon their experience and is dangerous with us now. We have the pret Mrs. W. H. Collier speoialqualifi cations. liesi t'eacHtrttiid UieyjuostbeaUti m Raiding lv sick at present. "Thework required of a iiuiscuuui in uie Qjupa. Deputy isf specially hazardous,' con- 1 neie seems vj-great deconducting or head's best young men was mar oftHichVtlisiiU-- " fTiecl 4to?Missieamiie JBrannaman, mand for milch cbws now and they raidsorjtbejsemire are bringing. fair price's? Dr. Price .eries;Jandit, is Snecessaryjjtuat Rp one of bought' onethat does, her own pointeesbejof unquestioned cour J young ladies on February ,9th. milking. This so incensed the ace and prudence and be familiar J. H. Albright has gone to King- Doctor that he actually cussed. with thejinhabitatits and local geog- ston aud Richmond on legal busiraphy of the .district jn w'aich they Signs of rain all fail in dry ness are emprjyed. weather, and even the welcome J. KW.atsonin drugstore. Persons desiring to cuter this exchirp of the philosopicaT- frog has amination should at once apply. to Dr. E. J. Brown was here a day been known to fail to melt the ice secretary of the board of examiners or two visititigMrs. Mary Col- and cause grass to grow.ibut, know at the Internal Revenue Office at lier who is hopelessly ill. man ever heard that princely bird, Richmond, Ky . for , application woodpecker beat offi- - the The public installation of blanks (Form iot) which should cers at the Masonic Hall was very tnedeatli roll ot winter on a splint-cbe propei lyjexeculed aiid4promptly on the ton of some distant oak. well attended. After the installafiled with the secretarytoftthc.boaid or hesijUm chant the reveille of tion a nice oyster supper was in , at Richmond. spring wiiug.nxTieennggopa, unless order. Attention is.'invited tothe fact he was possessed of a cold soul, L. Hicks has about filUd his that this examination' was announcold ns4.nn irish tater' whether contract. ced to be held4 Feb. s.but that it whip-stocspring nascome to stay or not. Hamp Reynolds has bought a. has been postponed to Marchfc, Speakingevery Thursday nijlht for Jthe reason that an insuffient town lot and is erecting a hand- a,t the Seminary building: ' number of applicants applied, jto some cottage. Pieachiug at Friendship on the establish an eligiblejregister. Wm. Flynn has a light attack of 2nd and 3rd Sundays. y The.CoinmiBsion.'hopes that per. pneumonia. sons who desire to'takc this examWe have had no news from the Lester Hilton, stands very, high ination will atonce secure the propKlondike or the Man in the Moon with the Misses, says Brodhead er applications, execute them, and has more pretty girls than any lately. Hie them with the board. other town on the road. W. H. MiM.R, Skc'ty. k Died A amall, child of Hiram WILDIE, Roberts is dead. Me-Kinle- for 15 cents. Shave, 10 cents. Call at his shop, near McKenzies store and get first class work. Monuments, Tombstones, and work of all kinds in tbn line done on sliort notice at the lowest rates write for csll mates will send prices. a mac to you to make estimates -- ar.( giv 11. R. H. HAMM, bales y , JCfiPDuriiig DAVIS & SON DEALERS IN i U1 son-in-l-aw, set-le- court 'come to the old Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at fair oriccs. stand of Jack Adams and get your ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. lunches, Foup; fresh oysters etc. J ai 1. Af Gaines Adams will be glad to have orner H.1111 all his old friends and many new ones to call on him. 22 2 General Merchandise f r1 J wm lvicLiu MT. VERNON, KY " l .... rrn o.t W www.,. . EVERYBODY LOOK! I am selling the Singer Sewing Machine on easy terms and keep all kinds of sewing machine needles, Oil, Bands, Shuttles and every thing" that belongs to sewing machines. Will send needles etc., by' mail to any address.1 I also clean and repair all kind, of nir.chiues. You can'ee me in Mt. Vcr'noniev-er- y .Livingston Lots Town .Ri ;? e. For .3aai4 rrinD--wellir ,uw and - : 1 -- s-J- . rJ6HWCraforo:TSSSj Wildie's-mosfsaccomplish- - ya . ( .Saturday. W. M. Owuns, Mt. Vernon, Kv. DRS. G. B. & J. H. LAWRENCE - PHYSICIANS and In the most desirably Part of Town nea'fe1 Where n'eepor wfff Ber located. Houses.! SURGEONS? MT. VERNON7 - f red-head- - ky; r, TO A! WHISKIES' FERRELL DUAI.UK IN Call and see them. Wm When Your Horse Is Shod By I , FIELDS k WINES, &0., &c, ROWLAND, KY Fine at $a THG'S TAYLOR and up Blacksmith, You may depend upon it that it has been done in m ie tific man' ner and the shoes" will sta' on un-til worn out. CA$H. YOU NEED A DAILY MADE BY iu3i7 NEWSPAPER! IT ONLY COSTS , .; Sheriff Catron was here Wednes-day- t but did not create much' exW. A.Brookswas here last, citement as is usiial before court. week and so was Ben Banks, call Mr. Thompson has renting on merchants. ed a house from T. S. Frith and is Messrs. Fields & Browning mace one of our citizens now. an attempt to save some ice. They had to stop before the house was . LIVINGSTON. filled. GOOCHLAND. Mrs. Clarence Stuckey, of Louisville, who has been visiting the EXPERIENCE Preaching at the Baptist church 'JmKKtKt Deputy Sheriff Wood Jias becti family of J. R. Stuckey, has Sunday next. 'cliasiiig th boys around iieht returned to Rowland to visit W. D. McGuire has gone to sharply. They ar.e wanted Tor relatives on the waj home. Miss Richmond this week looking out gambling &c. Seme he caught Carrie Stuckey accompanied her a locatioumove to in the future. and some, when he Trade NJa'rHo tj. vtctil t(, to Rowland.whcre she is.now vis- Dcsiarls hand on them, "wern't Uicr" Ansel McGuiie and Miss Nora C0PYRI0HT3 !tc. uinjj. nd JffortpUon cur Anrono lendlnc a Anglin will start to Lee county onr opinion fres whaihcr ao Born To t. the :vuilt:f.i,i enlcklr mwrt-UMrs. Ida Webb is Visiting her j. romnnnlc!"'"".'"..:H prohhljrpt''ilbl''- ... ... . the last of the mouth on a visit to Phillips on thu fiici, aunt fro. uMoat nrrcnej irrniiiiii nrnt parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Bent lnionl tsSo.i throttitli Mimn i, o rccoivo relatives. ifKiatnottet, without elir'. In U' ley. Wm -- ' irt ,Ji.. cientif ic Miss Minni Mullin. Ky vbciuv, I.- Wc are glad to report that Sam i a l,n.4i.s,r,(-lllln.lrnlf.l veoklr. tAratit tv little sister, were the gue&ls of Miss brothers A. W. and L. T. Ward is improving. ,,Srwart, rnHtl'in at ni .ilcrtltic torn ..;. 'fjn.. HI Nora Anglin this week. near licre. KUK?UCo.3M''W8wYork t . . . . ; - '.v. is r bt., WM.;npt on. o. v. .K tl!4 Mr, Owens, business manager at this place for J. C. Jones . & Smith has taken charge ofthe work Twenty-eigh- t years expeiieiice in again after an absence of alSout PRACTICAL six weeks tovjsit home folks in the business. Hor.-.- .sl.ueing a EMBALMER, Alsij gene .' peL' ially. Southern Kentucky. ' ' STANFORD, KY. , Tl-party of young . folks that Richiijoud Street, Mt. Vernon, Slock Complete. Telegraph Ordwent to Livingston last Saturdav, ers a Specialty. came back Monday and report a 50 YEARS' nice time. V H. C. Gentry, AkE A3 GOOD AS MS J, C. McClary UNDERTAKER. To road evtry dty" In tlio ye The Loiilsyille e Eyesing Post Till! Cvcnlnz Post h. H black-smftlhu- tile e vt$md, - iiTffl'iifEj .. JJJJL) Kc-V- l "ttV-1 t Frith m . Harltet Reports. State News. "4 j. ) Frankfort News. n rKM x V.a5uln?on News. Short Stories. I Women's Page. Children's Page. I By Mall Only. , pi RATES V ISjVtonths 6 Mouths J Months 1 Month $2.00 1,59 1.00 50 - ; . . i , ,' CiUBBEDWITHTHISPAPa Ssraple Coplen Furnbhid On Application. . , . - Met- - , - JIttttrKan Uh iT.iliSlrJ V UUd nK r d ed ,!-- '. Od mJb )jjcbes?.on ftlj ii.vii).-- . 5 .. v foiy' '' iv ,,.' vT.'--i?;- ' 22322SS" ,3ee the Date on Your Label, and Rerjnil ertion Signal. JBf W--- What JMWjMWMqig p U ... Owe us m J (i ft i Poynter arks you again to settle your account with him. The Misses Gentry entertained Mt. Vernon. .Ky., Fkh. u, 1898 very handsomely a party of .their young friends at their home on West Main, last Wednesday eve. . KattrtdatWie lit. Vernvu, Kjr.i in t man nieucr The Racket at Brcdhend is clos ing out to go to Texas. Call :arly L "'. N. OCL TIME CARD. and get first choice. Rackkt Stork. l)?v Mall North 11:39 a ni . I'M" Mttjl South .. 2:22 p in Chas. A. and Dr. Redd come up Night iCk. North 2:12am from Crab Orchard, Monday to Night Ex. South 1:09 am stay several days with friends and . A. Landrum, Agent. view the scenes of their boyhood IVrt-offiiMitA-ciai- Mt f Sigmai,. The Bower Gate Latch Co., of John Murray, the crusher man fas here Brodhead is meeting with much of Bardstown Junction, encouragement in their sales of yesterday. , County and State rights as well as We would be glad to haVe copies in sales of ther patent. They have of Signal ot the following, date?;, a spiendid and useful article that , Jan. 3rd. 10th and 28th. Jakes wherever shown. It Ijj fhej invention of our clever tanner BSrWhen you , come to Court friends, the Bower Bros. Ttiey next week make arrangements to will have samples of the latch here pay your subscription t; to the during Court. ' it ;wj.. A SLJsa' W v THAT THE fnJi.nnT'mni .t "TT7-.- -.. jf t e.. tii iiTff?'-T?t'rar., iv-..- m'VI,,! iinii.rT-r-- ,. .. ..i'lu FAC-SIMI- LE HIT..TT i j days. CHURCHES. Deputy Collector Thomas Austin was here this week investigating the bonded warehouse robbery for which some parlies were arrested. " Chrmlna Holds icrvlcen at lla.rii. 'end atG:S0. ltt & 3rl in. Sumlny ;.t Daptht Church Services on tho Second Snuday and Sunday. Saturday night School af J a in every Sunday. Traycr meeting 'qn Tuesday limits. Hcv. J C Car-mlca- l, paitor. Presbyterian .'", Bundny ' Holds services on tho 4th ' ' MASONIC. r ' Ashlund Lodge No. WO meets 2rd Mon. 4th Monday 0.30 I'm. day 10 A. We have scholorship certificate $iss Ellen Butner,' one of our of the Bryant & Stratum Business best and most popular school teach. man ers, came over College that some young 10 i nursaay L. see well to purchase. . Call her sister, Mis3 Carrfe", I ,wnu hasj would do .in on us. bpen quite sick. J bargains. A letter fioni our old friend G. G. S. Grifpin. C. Kennedy says he is getting See Here. The best built aleng nicely in Colorado, though house in Mt. Vernon, jyi.tfvs rooms Harry Jones, Falk 'Ross and it was 18 degrees below zero therq and kitchen and the best (Celler in " Jesse Singleton were brought in last week. the county; on lt acre lo, Jor sale last Saturday charged with having Misces Zerrilda and Emma Pen or will trade for a snialj farm, Call broken into Tate's bonded wareJ. P. LEICIIJ.1XKR. nington entertained a party of on house some six weeks ago. The 1. friends on last Thursday eve week t4 above p.irtie is alleged to have Cards and frames were the chief be?!! caught the woods on the By SALE. agreement ot.the parlies in certain consolidated qiffts,.t .will sell at public auction, on Saturday Feb. f 2th 1898. at the brick Hotel in Mt. Vernon, a large quantity of Boots, Calico, Domestics, and Shoes, everything kept in a first class store. Dont fail to come and secure j.GOODS FOR AVcaefablePxcparaliottforAsthe Stomachs andDowcls mi If 'fiihWitmrMiniM 1. H EP1 SIGNATURE T similatlng UicTood andRegufa-tln- g of OF- - M ij s Tlo.iiotesDigcslton,Chcciful-nes- andRc3t.ContaIns neither OpiumVMorphirie nor Mineral. r 1 (k&4$rxKA iap 3 jit w y7 a jf vrr NOT TAH C O T I Cj . 1 IS OIQ TBUu f J&1 arOMJySMWELPJIVmi ISarpltm SaJL' Ab(Jmna foA,lUSJU Artt'tt&rd "v Ctmfod Su$kr . I WRAPPER ' i n, OP EVERY . oj - 'ROTTLE ni? .ty -- Apcrfcct Remedy forCo.isllpa-tioWorms ,Convukions,Fcvcrish-nesmid OF Sleep. Sour Slomach.Diorrhoca, s lsv tm WtV HEMB Sb fS8K il E3 22-4- Loss LOCAL $ OTHERWISE. Law and order is now the watch word. Dr. Graut. dentist, will 'he here during Ciicult Court. pay what you owe him. A child of Raymond Do'well was born last week with" a tooth. Saddles! Saddles! prices. W. Davis', at all at SS-Saddles! BCall at Poj nters store and Came to my plajpe, near mouth of Skaggs Creek, Jan. 29 98 The doctors opened the wounds a black horse. Has three white feet of C. L. King last Sunday and re- hnd a star in forehead. Eleven years moved several fragments ,qi bul- old, about 15J4 hands high Had a The physicians cloth halter on- - Owner can recov-b- y lets and bones. proving and paying- - necessary hare but little hope of his recovery.' charges. 1.. f TO CURB A COLl IN OJJB DAY. 22-W S Bussell Bromo Quine Ta'D Take Laxative All druggists relund money et's. F. Beetnan, who openefthe quarif itfails to cure. For sale by M. ry in this place finds the' none was C. &D. N. Williams, ruined by contractors ycais ago oct 6 6m druggists. when takiug off the top ledge by amusements. r Estray. in TacSiinJlc Signature of night before while drawing liquor from a barrel vhich had been stolen from the above warehouse. Ross was use I as a witness, as it was said he had given the snap away to an officer some days before the capture. Singleton was released on bond; and Jones sent to jail. Trial was set for Tuesday but the witnesses failed to appear, and cases continued and writs issued for the witnesses. Two weeks previous to this Jones was arrested under the charge of having stolen a heifer and was out on bond. There There has been considerable ill feeling in the Tate and Jones locality for a long time over mule and Cattle stealing and a large number of citizens came to attend the trials. Later Falk Ross was captured at Brodhead, on Wednesday qnd brought here and lodged in jail. Andrew Hasty was brought in yesterday charged with being connected with the parties who broke into Tates warehouse. NFAV YORK. jis "jnjtas g)d"nd"M pow." ejrace taat 70a gtt tXACT COPY OF WRAPPeRt It put up ia one-:- o r.ot sold la talk. D3n' lyn anytmnj cm ca thJ y bottbo only. aUo-- r It 1 ;-i. ij 1 ir-. rt.in -- aryrui -: r r - ' uzzl dolls X2 VJPZST- -' iteui(iasiyy&ccMf'i fftii.y.t. - ' a . I ,7ar7 -- strnmsssMi TO BE GIVEN AWAY! GREATEST PREMIUM EVER OFFERED! g! S. Griffin will sell a stock of 1 goo'ds at auction here Mrs. Hiram Fish and Miss Katie Spradlin were here Tuesday .4 y Rev. BoswcJl filled his appoint- tnrmt at the Christian church Sun- - Samuel Pullins died near Paint Lick, Saturday. He .was the'broth er of Mrs. Armilda McClure, of this place and Alvah Pullins, But one other of the deceased family is living, Mrs. Nancy Doty, 6( Missouri. heavy blasting, crackingand shivering the lower ledge. Mn jB. .will probably open a quarry at tunnel No. 1 or at some point near Livingston. whom ft'1' may 1 will on the tourtta concern: Monday in March 1898 make application before the Rockcastle'Couu- ty Court to be discharged from furthei duties as assignee of thetestate of Albright fy Co, yi R S Marti - Free to New Subscribers, to Old Subscribers Who Renew, ind to those Pay Up In Arrcars-Who - 8Notice. To has Fife H $ - - 3 home and farm paper, published vat Chattanooga, Tenn., subscription FOR Sunday's Dispatch hdtfsplendid price $1.00 a year. It is interesting tp the home circle and helpful to the picture and a irood "write-uof . farmer.' All our readers should Lave it. Miss Susie iLasley, the talented and,' OUR FREE OFFER. efficient Station agent at Rowland,) 11 expire when though they arc in error as ito her' ve have given away all the paid subscriptions conbeing the first lady Station Master. tracted lor. Remember, the number is limited, and our readers who J Alice Newliud at There is Mrs. A splendid Hotel (furnished) sit- wish to .take advantage of this remarkable offer should do so quickly. Crab Orchard who has suctssfully uated in Livingston, Rockcastle Co. K The L. and N. will give cheap Notice. I can not run my busratea to Southarn points during iness without money. All who attended to that duty at Crab Ky., the juuetion of the Louisville Orchard depot. & Nashville aad Kentucky.Central this month. have no special arrangements with railroads. Has 22 rooms, heated by V0.BiUy Poynter says if you owe me are expected to settle their acDR. A. G. LOVELL, . XliK Cuban, Hawaiian, Chinese furnace Sixteen rooms with oak you must settle or he would know counts or notes for 1897, or make and Klondike questions? the battle walnut aud ash suites of furniture. some satisfactory arrangement. If Physician and Surgeon, the reason why. slrip Kentucky and the child wife, Three good wells and a cistern; this is" not done forthwith Judge McClure, we are glad to Dora Clay, have monopolized the cellars, stable and. necessary outFor New. Wagons and MT VErtNON. r.Y I will have to place in the hands of say, is able to get around after a columns of the newspapers for lo, buildings. A store house which Repairs of allkinds on a collector. lojjg seigc of hickness. these piauy weeks. None of tie f has 6 rooms above it that are used Farming implements. Ollli'e Xorth nlt! .tltm Jonas McKknzib. vexed subjects have as yet beeu in connection with the hotel; a cotM C Miller is in from Glen Masettled, apd no relief for a long tage of four rooms and a small one "Wo will do all kinds of wood ry. Tenn., where he has been tele- W A Owens, a boy living near suffering, reading public is in sight room building used as a barber graphing for some years. Pine Hill, has caught in a steel trap work that tho Can't some one introduce a bill in all situated on a lot containpresent depot at Livingston set in a hole Under a cliff during the the Legislature at Frankfort to shop, The need, from a c;ood farm ing three acres; splendidly located will be moved down to a point the paot month, six tabbits, two rats quiet the whole business. wagon to, tho finest piece of Hotel has twenty regular boarders five ground squirrels, one weasel, ' near the River Mansion Hotel. m furniture. and transient custom runs from 20 two grey squirels, and a cat. The John Crawford and Miss Fannie to 30 per day. The rents uowbeing Miss Lula Dwyet, of Hansford, period lor capuring game with metjTOMEN used to think "feoneoQleprettiet school teachers al jaws "was not overly propitious Branuaman weie married Wednes- received upon this property is Also brick woik and plastmale disease " day at the residence of the bride's $1,000 per year. Livingston is tSe county, was here Monday in Give us a call. W ering. could only be either. parents, Mr. and Mis. Henry growing at a healthy rate and betreated after last. guarantee satisfactiod. Our shop examinaBrannaman, near Wildie. Judge fore the year is half i gone, a new Go to S. W. Prcwitt in basement tions" by physis located on Old Main street S ili Pennington, the dentist r. Williams performed the cereR. G. cians. Dread of $7,000 depot will be finished and brick hotel for fancy groceries, baof the Court House. wilf.be at the' Miller hotel during mony. The Signal extends coneuch treatment it is stated upon good authority kers bread, fruits and vegetables. kspt thousands of Circuit Com t to practice his progratulations to this excellent young that Livingston will be made a modest women During court he will keep on sale fession. sUent about their couple. Ja'tnes Houk aud Miss terminal station for a large number lunc, soup, cove and fresli oysters, suffering. The InAnne Stewart were the attendants. of L. & N. trains while- it'is already 53B9 troduction of -dinner etc. Best apples in towfijia Duck collar for, 30c; leather f Wine of Cardul has now demon The Brodhead band serenaded the the terminal of the Kentucky Cenof all the strated that collar! 80c;. leather for $1.25; 7 to 10 cents per dozen. happy couple at the residence of cases of menstrual disorders do tral. New buildings are going up leather for $1.50. Look foi the rot require a physician's attention the grooms father, and lots are being rapidly sold all T. T. Bryant wrote ' Jiis name Sl'UT HlCKORV SPOKH3. at all. The simple, puro S. V. Davis'. around the place. The hotel is on an egg that was sold in a lot to jELREE'J Rockcastle county was formed new, being erected four years since. He re2X2, 30 inches, long, all white J. R. Sawcll, editor of that ex- one ot our merchants: Kentuckian, ceived a letter las', week from a in 1809, The totaOissessed, equal- The present owners are desirous of grade or better i? per M cellent paper, The for year Friday in the inter mau m Dayton, O., asking a cor ized valvatiou for taxation retiring from business after an active red, 6 per M was here last 2x2, 30 inches long,, Number ot and successful business life. Price 1897 was $864,199. taken In the privacy of a woman's respondence; being under the imest of his paper. long, red, 28 inches own home Insures quick relief and cattle 4,587: hogs 1.421; sheep for all, and hotel furnished, $8,000. t speedy cure. Vomen need not pression that B. was a girl, on ac 4 per M hesitate now. Wine of Cardul reC. W. Kellogg, of the Kentuck- count ot the t feminine appearance 3924, Muhs 59; geldings, mares, cash, balance inpayments. quires no humiliating examinaixZxii, 28 inches long, white, colts aup l common .siock 2,606; For further information write or tions for its adoption, ft cures any ian, London, was here Tuesday of the writing on the heu fruit. 6 per M disease 'hat comes under the head acres. of land 168,846: average val apply to and purchased the job press bedisordered of "femalo trouble3" ue per acre $3.18; watches and menses, falling of the womb, longing to the Republican. Jamijs Markt, Notice. All persons indebted SlNGLB TrKH BlLLItTS. "whites, "change of life. Itmakes Signal. ciuii Rvalue jf4,oy5. inu uiumunus. Editor women beautiful by making them to the estate of Dr. J. W. Lawrence, well. It keeps them young by An " ad in our last weed's deceased, arc hereby notified to Number of stores 52 valued at Mt. Vernon, Ky. 28 inches long, white, keeping them healthy. $1.00 at $268. too K.viinrtinn Signal found G. W. Gentry's lost come forward and settle the same. I&aa oi: $16 per M . , the drug store. horses arCrab.Qrckard aiext day If not aettlec. the accounts will be Legal voters 2,188. Enrolled Per tdvlco In cases requlrlnr special directions, address, slvlnir symptom'i militia 1,204; children between 6 To be delivered at any si at 'urn WiN - softer the paper wa issued. tho 'Ladles' Advisory Department." .placed in the hands of an attorney and 2p years. 3,357. 'Bushels ot tmilwJrTl ESESRH! !3359HE53H?BE2SS! The Chattanooea Medicine Co., ChattaBUOY'S ' between Hazel Patch and Crab Or nooga. Tenn. Suppository 1 for collection. ) FILE chard. 'corn .raised 295,992; bushels wpeat John H. Eish is in trom Fount W. I. ADDISON, M.D., Cary, Mill., sayi: l rmvvtetri to curs til T.S. - Mrs. Elizabeth Lawrence, extsnilrely In '! usa Wins of Csrdul most excellent Oats 39,689. .Lobacco IlarM CONSTIPATION nlKtUiitf,if luMnj. imamm,. ain Head, visiting his parents, Mr. 9,8,34. w wamlim'.vr nunv inward). wtoherf r mprctlendnndita l enwra ' L. L. Jarrrtt. Inspector, rtuer. tl. Kir Administratrix. 4:536' lbs. Population of county arru(Mluimn,It ul etitttintnm Wtfi'lftl rtlCfR'l f(MI lulL I an lfAl propariuiuii ur nnt. ..WHV.V. i and Mrs. Hiram Fish. Mr. Fish j !. . ..!... fill fWlatr Brodhrnd, Ky ihU r iu AM!L'. Only is .something more than io,cco. By G.B.Lawrence. 4s in the telegraph business. en W miiofir Tt'iniMii p Strayed. A red cow about 1 1 Galathia and EUza Coffey years old, camejftto my place on 'Misses were here shopping on Monday January dj,$xwhich any one can have by paying wrimsiicwce ana last. Uve if, A Lrndrum went up to Pitts-- . expense of keeping , her. u I lA miles north of Mt. Veriiten, burg, Saturday to attend a Masonic 3 ..M;jG-.-l5H,'iuneral.-- - T3 trr. t - 'tfc b"eeins here Mbn- ', firrait-PSiVrt- " John pitman, agqd 80, died at day. 14th, with 308 ea.ses on the Pittsburg. Friday of last week and 'Docket. was buried on Saturday by the ' Bwa-- 0t Masonic fraternity; of which he had jour Saddles repaired at lS. W. Davis'. A new pad lor $1.00 beenan honored and bright member for 49 years. and cured Through arrangements with the publisher, the Mt. Vernon Signai. a limited number of paid up yearly subscription to FARM AND TRADE-- - v .'., , t wmia,tttf&-4U- $ r' which we propose to give way as follows: To new subscribers, to old subscribers who renew by February 15th, and to subscribers indebted to us whq pay up. A PRACTICAL FARM JOURNAL. " . ,. .. r "annrtur&Hs-Trract- f u. GO TO Tyree k Herrm po-o-p- le the MmSTI "lo-c- al WB-D- - En nine-tent- w mi 1 1x1. , one-ha- lf 1 t 3x3, I SPILE I . H 1 I , ( I j t i -- N m ) WW i M;.krn vi, e.l'niawst, Lxajur.Pa. fc ', .flSf. v1 husband over shopping lunch. One nsked the other if her hunbnna was ever cross. "He is never anything else," wns the cool reply. "Ilow do you manage him?" asked tho first speaker. '.'I don't try to manage him. I just let him alone." "Hut how do you makeup?" "We don't make up. You see, he is nb ways as cross as two sticks at breakfast, and says a whole lot of sarcastic things iibout women attending to their households, and club women, and any other old thing he can think of, and then he goes away mad and slams the front door." "You poor thing. And people say youara so congenial and so well suited to each t"So we are. When Harold comes home at night he hands mo n little package and says he hopes it will please me, and I tell him he is too good, and I wish all women had aa f;ood a husband as mine. Then I s'ce what giving me, and sometimes it's a lovelv belt or a new chatelaine, or a fancy scarf, and I give him a kiss nad ask him to forgivo me for being cross in the morning." flic other woman looked dazed and wenton sipping her chocolate in profound silence os long as she could stand it. Then she flashed HOW SHE MANAGED HIM. Lot Ilcr Hiislinntl lie Cross for the Presents lie Gave Her. Tliey were two women discussing their other." out: "And yet you deliberately told mo you . did not manage him." Chicago Times-IIer-aid- Piso's Cure for Consumption haB saved mo many a doctor's bill. S. F. Hardy, Hopkins Place, Baltimore, Md., Dee. 2, 1804. Lots of very shiftless people get up early. Washington Democrat. Made worse by cold. St. Jacobs Oil to cure. Everybody has some Washington Democrat. It Neuralgia cures. needs pet adjectiv- e- SET REDUCED TO TWENTY. Tnesdar Evening CInb Organised In New York City. Mrs. John Jacob Astor and Mrs. Og den Mills are said to be at the head of the most exclusive organization in New York yet thought of In these days of This will be a literary nnd artistic organization to be known as the Tuesday Evening club. Each Tuesday evening one of the members will play hostess to the gathering, when some topic of intellectual import will be discussed by eminent speakers provided for the purpose. The Thursday Evening club has long held sway in the swell set, but, wlhile this insures amusement, it also admits of a wide range of diversion during the season. It was felt that society was drifting Into dancing and vaudeville amusements in its leisure moraentsj The tide must be stemmed, but bow? Mrs. John JncobAstor.ns was natural, took the initiative, nnd a meeting at her home during the week resulted in the evolution of the most exclusive club of the year. Tube plans, though still indefinite, call for four sponsors. Of these Mrs. Astor nnd Mrs. Mills will be two. Others named among its are Mrs. Ilenry Sloane nnd Mrs. Cornelius Vnnderbilt Jr. Each of the four "godmotlhers" shall have the privilege of Inviting five guests. The Thursday Evening club, It is understood, mny unbend from its intellectual attitude sufficiency to close with a supper nnd perhaps a dance. And society is on tiptoe of expectation to discover just where these exeluslves may decide to draw the limit. some-wih- Chronic Rheumatism. - SHE TOOK THE HINT. At homo stations tho private soldiers' is Usually done by the married soldiers' wives, who are expected to sew on mining buttons nnd do repairs, for which a small sum is deducted from the private's , pav. trouhlo 'Pat Mcuinnis had a g6od deal of Sunday with his laundress; Sunday after moat excruciating pains. had hi shirt come hack with the neck but He suffered for oyer thirty years, last decade has suffered so much and the ton off, or else hanging by n thread. Ho ho was unable to do any work. To this that fre- had spoken to her on the subject and sho to sec 10 quent occurrences of dizzy spells were the added, uau pioinisciion piopcrly.it, uut still tnc nut-to- n making him almost a helpless invalid. ni not He got out of patience one Sunday when 'Z'ZS&lWyf the missing button had made him late for iparade, and cNclaimcd: "Hotlicr the woman! I'll see if I can't give her a hint this time, anyhow." He then took the lid of a tin blacking box, about three inches in diameter, drilled two holes in it with n fork and sewed it on to the 'neck of the shirti that was next to bo washed. When hit washing came back he found that she had taken the hint: she had made a button hole to fit it. Detroit Free Press. From the Industrial Nowb, Jackson, Mich. Tho subject of this sketch Is fifty-siyears of age, and actively engnged in fanning. When seventeen years old lie hurt his shoulder and a few years aftar commenced to have rheumatic pains in it. On taking shglit cold or the least strain, sometimesa without any apparent cnuso whatever, tho trouble would start and he would suffer tho Arl Then Proceeded to Dlsiitny Hor Immense IiiReiiulty. waliin; the' .i ... man; who lived. k. u. He should have been dead. I But he wasiVt, because1 "There's nothing succeeds like success-There is no withstanding the living argu. men t of the man who should be dead, who Isn't dead, but who would be dead, but for a preserving medicine. That's about, the way It seemed to strike Editor Lawrence, of the Ohio Farmer, Cleveland, Ohio. He was afflicted with one of those colds that have, thousands of times over, culminated In consumption, when not promptly cured. In this condition he met a friend, a consumptive, whom he had not expected to see alive. The consumptive friend recommended Dr. J. C. Avers Cherry Pectoral for the editor's cola, on the ground that It nau neipeu mm wonaeriuny." it neineu the editor lust as wonacriuny, giving "almost instant relief." But read his " ' sing the formula for such very valuable remedy." w, 11. Lawrence, ifdltor, The Ohio Parmer, Cleveland, Ohio. m m An Old Wnr-Hor- ciMei-- of Jotirnnllsm l)ls- Virtue of n New Metllulnnl Variety. se Hie Icttert Bad feet from frost-bite- s are made sound By St. Jacobs Oil. It cures. BOY PROVES A GOOD LAWYER. Eddie Krajlc, Eleven Yenra Old, Surprises Jnatlco Snliath. Eddie Krajlc, llyearsold.hasworked in law offices about six months, and has learned enough of the legal business K nc iy II Ik llnilnem. to make it dangerous for anybody, he " I was troubled with eruptions on my says, to try to impose upon him. The 'My dear, why arc you applauding thst face. I thought I would give Hood's other day the little fellow walked Into piece?" a.sKcd Mrt. Snaggs, in a tone of rea trial, aud after taking a few the court of Justice Sabath, at Chicago, monstrance. "Don't you seo no one else is applauding? It is beyond the performer's bottles I wns cured. I am now also frco and said he wanted to sit ear out a writ abililv and not worthy of applause." to which I liavo been of attachment. from rheumatism "I Know that; replied Mr. Snoggs, "but subject for soino time." C. E. Bauiit, we must applaud pieces like that m order "You make that request just like a to get something" worth listening to in the (720 Mllwankco Street, Milwaukee, Wis. iullfledged attorney," said the justice. encore." Pittsburgh Chronicle. "but what do you know about attachment writs?" Ilon'i Thlr Is America's Greatest Medicine, fl; six for (5 We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward "0, I know everything about such for any Hood's Pills euro all llvor Ills. gliccnfl. writs," was the reply. "I'm some- cured by case of Catarrh that can not he Hall's Catarrh Cure. what of a lawyer myself, and some day F. J. Cheney A. Co., Props., Toledo,0. We, the undersigned, have known F: J, hope to be a great one. I have been I Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe reading law considerably." him perfectly honorable all business L The boy told the justice that he hod tiansactions and financiallyin able to carry been employed as an office boy by At- out any obligations! made by their firm. torney A. II. Webster, 190 West Madison West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Tostreet, nt the rate of $2.50 n week. The ledo, O. &, Walding, boy said the lawyer was indebted to Druggists, Kinnan Ohio.Marvin, Wholesale Toledo, Eruptions On the Face his which was cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Tills and concluded to try this remedy. After taking the first box he felt somewhat better, and after using three boxes, the pains entirely disappeared, the dizziness left him, and he lias now for over n year been entirely free from all his former trouble and enjoys better health than he has had since his boyhood. He is loud in his praise of Dr. Williams' Tink I'ills for P.tlc People nnd will gladly corroborate the above statements. His post office address is Lorenzo Necley, llorton, Jackson County, Michigan. All the elements necessary to give new life and richness to the bliiotl and restore shattered nerves are contained, in a condensed form, in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. All druggists sell them. About one jear and six months ugo he read in this paper of a case somewhat similar to IN ALL, SORTS OF WEATHER. lie tried the best physicians but without being benefited anil liutuscd several specific rheumatic cuies, but was not helped. Hood's Sarsaparilla AOTCE. MOTMBRa fliMJftNS'fiwsini'c .fTfSlspg vi-z- DCPKTINGTO f Tunx I BECOME "& - MOTHERS.. ' ITEBjgMTSrniBMSiwM hlBin&TbMESi7ffmOfl!WS?.?rt III ' HQTurnrRuni SmStJS CSVTTEHH sa. U ""-- ," IN II niLIIJL'-l-- ! gmVWwsSMlwlMBi ir M&Ks&V t,.ct itSi.V3."MM"w-rar;.nmFiTHTA t ITMlN!MlZESTr1?OTr1?nHJGKTnJLT0 -- - arc. w Entiiuiy !AioRimntJ"Wtt8il WNll310n5.ri00Dlll6 uraHIUWESis-HA...,- 'Purely ' HtOM nARCnn- mmii, lf5ANT p.oDUCt5 rrn .r..fc.i TT.. ...re. nminii inaiuiwtiT Wle7.-'- c. bwntci snauio intr mtiak- j- . , - - -! u fl,W.a pritiTi iibwwhiw. 7fiWfiCfJL2??EJBciftmiMulm r a NTCt WnVnO' AFID RECOVERS iErariiaPirraw?gig to-d- ay PROPRIETORS.""" 3T. LOUIS. Go to your grocer and get a 15c. package of Grain0 & It takes the place of coffee at the cost. Made from pure grains it is nourishing and healthful. Inilst that rotir trroanr vItm vnn fill ATW.1- ivvvytuu iniiiiioa, p TtRl-1?! "SKfijSir " nnnj and pornianont cure of Chronla Hone Ulccia anil Old More, of overy kind and description, no matter how ninny years standing, or by what name known. 'Ana for tho prevention and euro of tlniiitrene, l.afkJnw nnd llliind I'ol.onlnir It never fhlls. JIY maii, n out., nooit J. 1'. AM.EN M1SDIC1NK CO., 8T. 1'AUL, MINN, Fur wlo by llrmrnUU. t"r tho Vlcei-, mmmm i: The Alternative. ' six dollars. Two dollars nnd n Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, lthon The police justice had formerly lifcn a He had gone into polities and half of this wns paid in Instalments, acting directly upon the blood nnd mucoiu tho had been elected by a big majority. This and then, the plaintiff says, he was dis- surfaces of by system. Pike 75c. per botall Druggists. Testimonial! was his first caso. Alary McMflnnis wns up charged, nnd the boy wnnted nn attach- tle. Sold free. before him' for drunkenness. The justice , ment writ for the lawyer's furniture. Hall's Family Pills nre the best. looked at lier;a,uiiniite nnd then said sternly: Arctic Riiilorntton. law does not allow me to "Well, what arc you here for?" " "But the .,;. mrI .... ,,i.... JKl iiuuiii. .:.1 u. Smith-rlate years arctic' cxplorVrs" Bum iiAmja 9ln tun!. grant you a writ. You are too young," Jii j'litioi;, Dank Clerk fscrutinizinir check) Mndanf. seem to have entered upon a race to ste wijo' "im? capper oeyani pun en inc in, sarin I said Justice Sabath. can reach the furthest noint north. was drunk. An I don t drink, yerlioHor; can't nay this ' "O, I am well aware of that fact." we identify you. unless you bring some onilj ,Hrown Yes, nnd I guess the fellow who" I don't drink." M, r , to uugs me iuic mu win wie race. xn. x. "All right." said the justice, his former oame the reply, "and I wish to bring the via Lady (tnrim 1 should like to know Journal, bartender habit cettine the host of him: suit through my next friend, J. K. Ten-nan- t, why?. . "all right; have a cigar." Detroit Free "Pecause we don't know you." as prescribed by law, nnd he is Give the Children a Drink Press. "Now, here," wns the reply, nnd the justice either."-Tru- th.don't be silly! I don't know you. tailed (irain-O- . It is a delicious, appetizing, ,31 np I'unlc Educator. nourishing food drink to take the place of Issued the writ of nttnehment, nnd all grocers Sent out bv the Chicago Great Western were sent to seize the lawyer's Did yon mnkc j'onr Grnln-- O tills wnjrT coffee. Sold by It, because nnd liked by alt who have when properly United Here nre the latest directions: Use one prepared it ued like tho fincst.coffcc hut Railway, is a dissected map, of the and the furniture nnd books. tastes States printed on heavy teaspoonful of Grain-to two cups of cold Is free from all its injurious properties. puzzle consists In putting cardboard together s water. wih half an egg Urain-- aids digestion and strengthens the BABY PROVES A GOOD SAILOR. and add Mix the Gruin-t will be the water. (lie sureto measure.) nerves. It is not a stimulant but a health so as to form Uncomplete m4p.-,Ifolmd interesting and instructive to old Makes an Ocean Voynffe Alone and Aftcrthe water gctB to the boiling point builder, and children, as Well as hdults, can fjend lcn cents to I'uzr.le let toil for fifteen to twenty minutes. Use drink it with great benefit. Costs nhput i as Chicago Oreat Western Hy., Quincy Dcpt.,, Duiid-ngDoes Not Decome Senstck. cream and sugar to suit the taste. If you muqh as coffee. 15 and 23e. Chicago, III. A bright-eyevoy-ngand cheerful little nave noi cream use not milk. ' ' who wns not down on the passen f A lady said: "The first time I drank f The young onion Is a veryy" seductive vegShe Must Excnse Illm. I did not like it, but after using it ger list of the Hamburg liner Auguste j Srain-etable, but it invariably glvcs'n man away, The young woman tried to be aristocratic days forming the victoria, which arrived at New York for teninduce and to go back tohabit, nothing j Chicago Daily News. and did not look nt tho money sho gave to ivould me coffee." Tins the other day from Genoa, shared with ' thecxperience of all. If you will follow the conductor of the car; but he mceklv the commander, Capt. Kacropff, the directions, measure it every time and make I To Cure a Cola In One Day r.. gave her barkII the lozenge on whirl, wj right to run tho ship. His name is Vic- it the same, and try it for ten days, you will Take Laxative Mhimo Quinine Tnblet'r. All stamped: ho"1was never cease to love thee," an orphan with five little ilruggists refund nibney f it fails to curfijev and said to tor McICenzIe and he is 1G months old. not go back to coffee. brothers support, and must be excused. -- " no is a motherless bairn nnd this cirKolbury Gazette. "Lcmrao un'stan'," said Mr. Erastus f wasn't Homeoi'it cumstance prompted the 17 married Pinkly. "Is er locksmif er man dat knows I KomeIvIIU H(I9 founded bv lit It HIvlJ, fl was, .Tatl 1A nn Alt nrl 1UU1IU UCUU UV UUIIL'b V UlUU' ' Any ache, from toqtliache to backache, women nnd the six unmarried women all 'bout how ter open all kin's er locks?" go JOaily News. St. Jacobs Oil will cure. '"Co's ho is," replied Miss Miami Jones In the cnbln to do nil they could to bo Well I dunno how 'tis, but I sho'ly seen 1 I'leasanr, Wholesome, Speedy, for coughs mothers to him on the trip. Victor's it." Wise men malte feasts that fools mqy eat is Hale s Honey of llorehotind and Tar. ' grandmother, Mrs. Chnrles n. "What did yoh done see?" Toothache Drops Cuie in one minute. and get the gout. Chicago Daily News. "Kr locksmif down in de mahket a buyin' l'ikc's of Philadelphia, was at the pier to meet her grandson, whom she had 'is chickens!' Washington Star. . jib iiiiucuii iur u limn to ciicck ins credTho pain of sciatica ,is pnicl. Tho cure by itors unlets he has a bank account. Chicago never seen, nis father, a captain In the St. Jacobs Oil s sure. It penetrates. MvKlnley Vs. FrceSllver. Pres. Daily News. Peruvian army, took him nnd his moth'going' to take place giants-isA battje.-per on a diplomatic mission to Rome. this summer on 30,000 farms in America, not Slipped and fell: bad sprain. Never Nobody uses over about six adjectives. ' Washington Democrat. The mother died there nnd the son in talk or votes, but in yields, Salter's new Mind. St. Jacobs Oil will cure it. wns shipped to the grandmother here. potato marvelfaie, il,fnicd as above, and ho offers n for the biggest yield, Capt. McKenzie is a nephew of James also $400pricegold for suitable potato for BEWARE OF MORPHINE. in nnme his McKenzie, of Kentucky, to corn (17 inches long) and oat prodigies. Only Peru. The infant voynger wns one of seedsmen in America growing grouses, Mrs. Plnkham Aska Women to Sook fonnanont the few on bonrd who were not sea-lic- cloycrs and farm seeds and selling potatoes Otiros and Not Moro Tomporary Roliof at $1.50 a barrel. The editor urges you to try Salzer's Northern-growFrom Pain. seeds, and to SGNoTnis Notice with 10 Cts. in Stamm rj THE MARKETS. to .John A. Salzcr Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis , for 11 new faim seed samples, woitli $10.00. r Special forms of suffering1 lead many a Cincinnati, Feb. 8. to get a start, and their big catalogue, piw& k S .woman to acquire tho morphine habit. LHP. cJ"cli7r.l LIVE STOCK Cattlo.common. J 3 00 a 3 91 One of these forms of suffering is n dull, 4 40 4 00 select mitcners A Sweet One CALVES Fair to good light... 0 00 0 75 persistent pain in tho side, accompanied by HOGS Common 3 21 75 Sam Johnsing- Yas, sah, my gal's a high hcat-anthrobbing. There is disinclina3 85 f3 05 Mixed packers 3 noun Icdily loli shuah! She is de cream ob 3 75 Lleht shippers 300 tion to work, because work only increases snssictw blic is! SHEKP-Cho- lco 4 00 4 40 lien Tomkins She is, licit ? Sort ob a tno pain. LAMHS Ooodtocholco 5 10 6 &5 chocolate cream, 1 guess. Puck, 3 03 a 300 FLOUR Winter family is only one symptom of a chain, of 2 red.... GRAIN Wheat-N- o, troubles ; she has others sho cannot bear No. 3 red 81 The Government' Dnmnln. szzm Corn No. 2 mixed 29 to. confide to her physician, for fear of Tho commissioner of the general land 23 Oats No. 2 nil sensitive, has submitted his report to the Secre- ah' examination, the terror of Ryo-N, & 48K tary of the Interior. Compared with last modest women. 0 00 a 0 5 HAY Prime to choice PROVISIONS-Me- ss 10 87K pork year, it shows a decrease of 3,208 homestead The physician, meantime, knows her condition, but 4 77H Lard Prime steam entries, aggregating 378,025 acres. Quite BUTTER-Chol- co 10 86 U dairy I A proportionate to this is the falling off in gen cannot combat her shrinking terror Ho yields to (!h 21 Prime to choice crenmcrv.. eral health when no effort fs made to reform her supplication for something to relieve the pain. 3 25 APPLES Per bbl 375 irregularity of the bowels. This can easily lie gives her a few morphine tablets, with very 2 10 2 75 POTATOES Per bbl be accomplished with the aid of Hostettcr 8 I CHICAGO. Sho Stomach witters, also a remedy for malaria, grave caution as to their use. Foolish woman 4 80 4 M FLOUR Winter patents dyspepsia, rheumatism and' liver trouble. thinks morphine will help her right along ; 6ho be- Wheat-N- o. 08 2 red CHAIN 08tf OS 01 v com6s its slnvo I No, 2 Chicago spring MUelr. COKN-- No. 2 7Si A'wisc and a generous phyfeicinn had such a case ; OATS No. 2 UH 2IU Dr. Smiley Ah, profcssoi, Is your little 10 30 &10SS ho told his patient he could do nothing for her, as PORK Mess one n boy or a girl ? 4 ICtfia 4 P5 LAUD Steam In despair, sho went to visit Pi of. Dremey Why er yes. We call it she was too nervous to undergo an examination. . NEW YOHK. John. It must be a boy, I think. Judge. a friend. She said to her, "Don't give yourself up; just go to thenearest FLOUH-Win- ter B 15 4 80 patent ' druggist's and buy a bottle of Mrs. Lydia B. Plnkhara's Vegetable Compound. 1 03W WHEAT-N-c, 2rcd Liiml nml a Ijlvlnor COKN-N- o, i 2 mixed to feel better with" the first bottle' She sen Are best and cheapest in the New South. It will build you up. You will begin Mii KYE 'tfcro is her own OATS-MlLand $3 to $3 an acre. Kasy terms. Good did so, and after the fifth bottle her health was 29Jf h1ra . Of There are only n few of them left. l, Since Clias. A. Dana's death, Joseph the of the Chicago Tribune, is the chief suivmng icprescntntivc of the old school of virile, aggressive editorial giants. To have mud thrown at them was part of the profession at all timesj but to find health in mud is rather a modern innovation. That is what Joseph Mcdill has been doing of late. Mr. Medill is an investigator and when the stories of the miraculous Magtio-Muat Indiana Mineral Spiings began to spread over the country, the great editor became interested and eventually decided to try this mysterious substance on his own rheumatic limbs and weigli its value. Ho was accompanied by his private pliysician, n young Armenian scientist of high attainments. The great editor was daily for several weeks nnd gained visibly in weight, strength and vitality. The final icstilt of the experiment was an Mr. Medill wen unqualified rucccm. back to Chicago in September, nnd wrote an editorial about Magno-Muwith his own hand. Next, he sent his son in law for a In November little of the he went down again, nnd since the new bath Iioupc is completed he experts to be a regular visitor four times a year. This mud treatment in which Mr. Medill found so mtuli virtue, is peculiat,yet logical. After all, every form of life springs from the earth, which is the great destroyer and assim-ilato- r of dead and effete matter. At the Indiana Mineral Springs is a beautiful little natural amphitheatre, the slopes being grown with magnificent oaks. At the foot of the converging hills, n big Lithin spring gushes forth at the rnteof 3,0OOJarrclsa day nnd floods the soil, which consists of a rich, black porous loam, fed by the deciduous foliage of the oak trees. This peculiar soil saturated with mineral salts for oges, is as soluble as sugar, and being devoid of clay is not sticky in the lrat. It is not, therefore, in any sense related to the conventional mud of the road way. of the Chicago street or to the variety which clings tn your heels. The mud is applied to the patient on a cot, the subject being entirely encased in the substance, steamed to n proper temperature, acts ns a poultice, stimulates the skin, superficial blood vessels nnd nerves, opens the pores and lithiates the blood, dis solving all uric acid deposits. .Nothing can be simpler or more rational. ' Me-dilwnr-liors- c "About two months ago, I was n filleted with n bad cold, and, meeting a friend, be advised the use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral which, he claimed, had helped him won. ilerlully. As he was a consumptive, whom I had not expected to see alive for several years, I concluded there must be merit In this preparation. I accordingly bought n couple of bottles, one of which I keep on my desk all the time. This Is certainly the best remedy for a cold I ever used. It gives almost instant relief, and the J. C. AyerCo.are to be congratulated on posses at any time of saying you suffering, money, malady so and even life. Therp ?rolific of evil resultssoas a neglected cold, promptly effective no medicine in curing a cold and absolutely eradicating Its effects, as Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, livery traveller should carry it. Uvery household should keep it. It cures every variety of cough, and nil forms of lung and throat trouble. Asthma, bronchitis, croup, and whooping cough, are promptly e cured by It, and it has In many cases pulmonary diseases in aggravated forms, when all other remedies failed to help and physicians gave no hope of cure. Those who for convenience have wanted a smaller alsed bottle of Pr. eAyer's Cherry Pectoral, can now obtain It their dealer in half sire bottles, at half ptlce jo cents. Send for Dr. Ayer's Curebook, and read more of the cures effected by this remedy. The book contains too pages, and is sent free, on request, by the j. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. Is-nover-com- toral handy, on the desk, in the office, on the shelf or lu the closet at home, and you will have at hand a remedy that is capable Keep bottle of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pec- : PAINT WALLS CEILINGS:! I of WALLS AND CEILINGS Purchaso knl- - Calcimo Fresco Tints Is FOR DECORATING 5 frrnoprnr 5: nnint flonli'r nnil ilo vour own fs This material Is made on scientific principles by machinery and milled in -- ; r :g twenty-foutints and Is superior to any concoction of Glue and Whiting Watkil 5 that can possibly bo made by hnnd. To jie mixed with Cold you cannot 3; g EST SEND POU SAMl'LE COLOR OAKDS abd if S purchase this material from your local dealers let us know and wo will ' put you in tho way of obtaining It. ' . THE MURALO CO.. NEW BRIGHTON. S.I.. NEW YORK, S- your GALGIHO somlninir. a acltnffo ij J f S "THRIFT IS A COOP REVENUE." GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM CLEANLINESS AND S ' SA POLIO !..." 1 I K t con-stnbl- d er 'Bomo berries will be white, some Hack and other i. l'qrfeoUy Sod, nnd some of the In atir garden nd fcenrcontlnnnlly from other ninvioNov. (IreaUr sunerior Jn Uaror torunts summer orwlotrr. som.'1'niiuwclllapou from seed sown now will Trult freely All the coming summer and fall. One plant has yielded a plnlot ber-rlnt one. picking as Uto as November.? ForlOcwo will mall nracKetof this Strawberry seed and our (treat Cafalotruo of New Seeds, Pulbs, n largouoiorea l'Mntiand FrulU, ira - pni-cvOr for only vj.io.vo- 111 tncll Cain toenr.Ht rnw- lirrrrSre"l,Ohln-eseInnter- STRAW BERRIES. EVERBEARING Fruits In a Few Month From Se-eq- ' -- for a roan dorotcil to Flower nnd Gardening. Ojcriuy not avvtar twain. T111S I'lanJiShoofly MAVl'I.OU'l'.lt Monthly Masozlno lllostralcd-eolor- wl plato month riu. ench Order runr; lAu l J :' John Lewis Childs. Floral Park.N.Yj Ash-bridg- e, i lie f Klondike y k. n a If you are interested apfyvjlsh to post yourself about the jbola.Fields of the Yukon ValIey,wHn,vto go and how to get (there;?wjle tot a Descriptive Folder Jandf'Maf) of Alaslca. It will be sent frecupon applicatioho T. A. GRADY, C. B.' & QTR. R., d i 2ii uarK street, cnicago. e o.2. To California! This from is the berth rate in the Tourist'cat CINCINNATI to SAN FRAN-CISC- via the .,, , . ' ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAGV Forpartlculars address, ' , , i S. Q. HATCH, D. P. A., 433 Vine Street, Cincinnati, O. , i xed rOIUC Now Mess uaku western BALTIMOItE. FLOUR-Fam- 10 25 10 B0 5 82H 4 I POTATOES fl fl) fl (f) I'liTATO urewcr. In Amrrles. T''e"UnmlN,,.Yorlr',Blvr8ALZER,S u yield or 401 bii.htl. peracrr. EARLIEST (ft fl) br.lb.n.l..,c.r1hflOliif.t rrlM.illrtrlimp. Irtd .'saii (1) M) ) Our rrl alio. 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My monthly periods had stopped and I was so tired and nervous all of tho time, I was troubled very 'nAEHDMSUD rUMtt CM A POSTAL (VARA pain's. If a noisy baby has n real pretty mother, a inuch with falling of tho womb and bearing-dowAND WE WILL iieND Y9U OUR 156 ROBi crowd will forgive it n good deal quicker. mo to take Lydia E. Pinkhani's VegeA friend advised Washington Democrat. irXCSTRATEO WAtppjjE FBEE table 'Compound ; I have taken five bottles, and' think it Is WHESTERREPEAf IN&ARMS CO. rits stopped free and permanently cured tho best medicine I ever used. Now I can work, and feel Ho fits after first day's use of Dr.'Kline't. IMYiNoiEsm Ave . rftw Hawi. Conn like myself. I used, to bo troubled greatly with Great Nerve Rcstom. Free 82 trial bottle t my head, but I have find.no bad headaches or palpitreatise. Dr. Klir.e, 033 Arch at.. Jiula., l'a. WELL MAOHINERY-Drl- llS IOO to 2,000 tation of tho heart, worth trouble or bearing-dow' The coat may not make the man, but 'VWSSXKMS x pains, since I comrnencejjl ;to take Mrs. Plnkham'a - foot. LOOMla t N.YMAN, TIFFINOHIO. make attorneys.-Chicn- go A. J. Ki--P Daily News. 169Bu injumuiq v"iumedicine. 1 inoiy:rpcjwun;uu ..H,i in fltffti i .utYAf nff'wnmnn. o 'iji nsn nr nnn. .V1I. AVHITIMJ 'lO AUVKTISEKS Years of rheumatism have ended with pleme stale that you saw the Advcrtlsf ' ' MlV Centcr.-V- t. BS. LV93rJPT8tJ$,l Curo by St Jacobs Oil. Curei I'Qmpilv, boUlbwill prow wliafc it can vtnt lu tbls paper. - PMP J$; g n ," mSS411 n law-uit- s "F - - do,-M- 1 v f ?