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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1898 mou1898021801 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. R aawv F , . " ' ' J1 ' " Mftii l tt- Swim 1. H k r !jHw? VOLUME XII. - MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, IJRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18,4898. KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE Regular Session. FlUNKFOliT. NUMBER "msr&r: SBW tc csc e &&5&&c 5frcs fr6 &e e&s 6t&tc e fefrc&&&&&&&&ftfre&&66ei OTTMiTFTfr HytreiilBuT . ClhWIiJfiSSS Session rf" STATE ODDS AND ENDS. POLITICAL SENSATION. Col, 'I linn, WILL NOT YIELD. .: a son of Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge, edit-- . or of tho Herald, and suggesting a duel to settle their differences. Col. Moore is an fedora to and is paralyzed in his right arm. Ho suggests that both use loft arms. The feeling between tho men was engendered in the Hreckiurldge-Owcn- s congressional contest four years ago. Col. Moore was recently suggested as a penitentiary commissioner and tho Herald ridiuuled him. Tills led to tho chullengc. Ureekinridgo is in Frankfort and will probably answer Col. Moore Thursday. CoL ltrecklnridge declined to discuss the challenge. Lkxixoto.v, Ky., Feb. 10. Mr. Desha llreckinrldge, malinger of the Morning Herald, and Col. )V. C. P. Breckinridge, his father, are disposed to treat tho challenge of Capt Thos. E. Moore, of Shav ban, rather lightly. .Jjuging from the tono of an editorial which will appear in tho Herald Wednesday, under tho caption "Once a Man Twice n Child," there, will be no duel so far as either of the Messrs. Breckinridge arc concerned. STRUCK OUT ex-co- n sensation is caused by tho publication of a luttcr from Col. Thomas E. Moore, of llourbou county, leading sliver democrat, denouncing Desha Urcckinrldgo, i;. Monro Denounces Dosha The Seven Covington Counctlmcii Prefer tc HrrcktiirUlKc nl Suggests n Left lland-ri- l ltcmaln In Jail. Duel. Indepknuknci:, Ky., Feb. 10. A. Lkxinoton, Ky., Feb. 10. A political cigar manufacturer, J. L. Bull, NIc-nabc- TcMtlniniiy as to Himliaiul nml Wlfo Must Il lriim Oilier 1'iirtlc In Divorce Case. FiiAXKi'oitT, Ky., Feb. 14. Tho sen- members in attendance Saturday. Tho following bills were passed: Believing stockholders in newspapers of double liability; concerning jail physliians in Louisville; house bill making Wickllff, Ballard county, a fifth instead of sixth-clas- s city; house bill iixlng a penalty for failure of county school superintendents to comply with the law as to informing each county school as to tho .manner of bending pupils to the A. & M. college. ate' lind nearly as many new billsjtfe .an..easy .... .. n ., .1 .......a n .,. n.l n l.i.. 6 ouvuu u. UUUllli r ,t4U senate had amended the measure so as unitThursday.UtUUWU tho exception of With to strike out tho provision nllowing Councilman who is husband and wife to testify against posed, they Huh, scctucd slightly indis all to enjoy tho cueli other in divorce cases. The bill, as amended, makos no prison fare and breakfasted In a hearty on Kentucky corn change in tho law except to allow manner Some ono smuggled bread nnd coffee. in somo depositions of convicts in certain cigars and they all enjoyed an after cases. breakfast cigar. Tho services of a The senate act, allowing school truswero secured nnd cleanly shaven tees to employ sheriffs to collect school barber they awaited the usual summons to tho lax. saloonkeeper, Michael Mcssingsclager, tobacco broker, II. B. Huclefeld cigar manufacturer, John Dorsel, retired distiller, Charles Avery, iron rolC. F. ler, Niemcyer, butcher, tho seven imprisoned councilmen of Covington, were beforo Judge Tarvin Wednesday at 10 a. m., in tho hearing of tho hnbeas corpus writ issued by Judge Hodge al Newport Tuesday. An effort to swear Judge Tarvin ofl tho bench in the case on the ground that he was an interested party failed. Tho judge said his only interest was to prevent certain persons from acting as "anarchists." Then tlicro wore legal tilts on the writ. Attorney Fisko cited legal authorities. Theodore Ilallam retorted to the judge, who spoko of his pres ence: "You are offering mo an insult and I can not respond." The judgo refused to rcleaso the men on Judgo Hodge's writ and said ho would allow tho prisoners to make a new appeal in habeas corpus beforo him. His ground for refusing Judge Hodge's writ was that it had been issued before tho imprisonment of the councilmen. Tho councilmen wero recommitted. Thcodoro Hallain was told that ho was in contempt. All tho prisoners show evidence of close confinement, several requiring tho attendance of a physician and all appearing in need of rest. It was this which probably induced Judgo Tarvin to urge them, beforo ndjourning court Wednesday afternoon, to end the affair and give him opportunity to let them return to their homes and families. His address, however, couched in the friendliest terms, passed unheeded and they wero again remanded to jail. IXDKrKNDK.vcK, Ky., Feb. 11. The seven recalcitrant councilmen passed nlBathtaalioJuirM2iEWo Et . r f ft- s- 'i , DESPERATE DUEL. One M.tn Dlnc Another ltiully Wounded mid tlio Third In Jail. Louisvu.i.i:, Feb. 14. A desperate duel was fought with knives and pistols botween George Vogt and Arthur B. Waldron, Sunday, at Fourth avenue and K street. Fred Vogt, the son of George Vogt, was also drawn into tho encounter. As a result, Waldron is lying at the city hospital in a precarious condition and is not expected to Jive. Fred Vogt 'Is at the Gray street infirmary badly wounded and tho elder Vogt is in jail, charged with malicious bhootlng. 'lhe primary cause of the trouble was a murder case tried in tho Jefferson county circuit court about eight years ago. Tho older Vogt was up charged with murder and the father of rtliur Waldron was one of tho principal witnesses for the State. In a bitter hatred has always existed between the two families and finally culminated in Sunday's affair. They I'lnyi-- "IIor Killing." Bowi.i.vo Gih:i:n, Ivy., Fob. 14. Agamo of "hog killing" camo very nearly ending in tho death of a child of Ilev. B. 1". Page. Two children, ono aged!) and tlu- other aged 4, wero playing in tho lot, whon they decided to play "hog killing," having seen tho hands around the farm kill hogs a short time before. Tho little fellow placed his head on a (log and tho older one came down upon it with an ax. Luckily, tho blow was a slanting one, mid while the child was pretty badly hurt ho is in a fair way to recover. Took tho Only Child. HiiNDKitso.v, Ky., Feb. 14. courtroom. Court convened In tho usual manrcr at 10 o'clock and tho seven rebellious ones wero again called on to face tho judgo whoso authority they havo so persistently defied. None of them show any signs of yielding. NO APPEAL Cnn Ho Taken If tho Court Ilccnrtls llavo Ilccn Properly Kept. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 11. Lawyers here arc of the opinion that Judge Tar-vln- 's court can not be appealed from, provided that ho has not exceeded t'.ie limit of tho law in his contempt pi o- ceedings. "In this case," said Attorney Webb, "council has a right to appeal." Judge Falconer, who showed himself to bo one of tho original kit.d by his decision in dismissing Harris, the slayer of Merritt, his wife's paramour, said:' "If tho records inthis proceeding havo been properly entered to appeal can bo taken. I do not know if the court of appeals would take the matter up on simply tho notes of a stenographer. The councilmen certainproly have the right to habeas-corpu- s ceedings." Ex-Cit- y Tlio Smallpox " rr ? IfiL ' m r H Isaac treatment 20. Feast, living at llobards, is charged Held for Burglary. with assaulting his wife Friday night. 1'aisis, Ky., Feb. 1!). John Shannol, Ho took tho only child, his wife says, Ed Washington and Luther Jones, colnnd left, threatening to return nnd ored, charged with burglary, were bhoot his father-in-laWilliam bond held to the circuit court in Tho wifo camo to tho city each by Judgo 1'urnell. They were reSaturday and swore out a warrant manded to jail. iigqiust her husband, at tho same time Mrs. Trcncy Sues for Insuranco Money. filing suit for divorce. Lexinoton, Ky,, Feb. 12. Mrs. Mary Heavy Shipment of Scran Iron. Treacy, Friday, filed sued against Owensiioko, Ivy., Feb. 14. Dahl & tho Standard Life and Accident Co., Grossingcr of this city, arc loading of Detroit, for 85,000, on a policy held COO,O0O pounds of old scrap iron on cars by her on tho famous horseman. for shipment to Indianapolis, Ind. Tho consignment represents tho accumKlcctlon 11111 Passes the Senate. FnANKFoitT, Ky., Feb. 11. The Goculate purchases of several years and it will rcquiro 15 cars to carry it. Tho bcl ejection ("force") bill passed the special freight train loft over Louis senate Thursday by a baro 'constituville, Henderson and St. Louis railway tional majority after the hottest fight Sat,uday night. , of the session. Big-gorstaS-50 Minm,i:siiono, Ky., Feb. 14. Aunlc Gaines, colored, is the only new smallSho will bo pox patient Sunday. taken to the pest house, and the house she has been living in quarantined. Work was commenced Sunday on new buildings to accommodate patients, the old one being more of a barn than a dwelling for tho sick. Wholcsalo vaccination will bo commenced Monday. Total number of cases under at Mlddlesuoro. Only Koutlno Work. Fiiankfokt, Ky., Feb. 14. Tho Kontucky house, with a small attendance, spent the day's session in routine consideration of committee reports and did nothing of importance. -' Sent to the Penitentiary. Ky., Feb. 14. Doe ItussKM.vir,i.K, Chapman, white, nnd Ambrose Steven- son, colored, were sent to tho penitentiary for two years each Friday foi murder. JjWashinoton, Fib. 9. SENAlE Three Ky., Feb. wero presented to tho scnato fortho-Bronston resolution to appoint a committee to reply to Senator Llndsay.'s speech was the cllef of the Cuban Insurgents. MfMUnJfirst thing taltcn up In tho scnato Tuesday, ana It was adopted without further debato by a natlc and consular apptopflatlotrbUl a rosolu-Jyb- n recognizing tho belllgCjrcnejS'ot vote of 20 to 0; tho Frazlcr bill to regulate, the and said tliat Bo" .hoped thus tq afford manufacture and salo of food was passed by a heijcnatc ari"opportunlty to voto oh t)iat prop- voto of 28 to 0: tho houso bill to amend iuioiL-iMadmission In to laws rccard Cannon (Utah) oflerca a resoiu- tho otl urglrijttWif.csldent to notify the kingdom of tcs.lmony by allowing tho hasbaap r Spain' that If It did not rccognlzo. or wife to testify for or against each othcr'ln divorce caso was defeated for lack of o consti- .jlio Independence of tho Cnban rcpubllo tutional mujorlty. Hills Introduced: Toamcnu :lcforo March.4, IB09, tho 'United, States "and concerning puardlann," by authorizing i'i ould recognize tho bolllgcrenqy of the Cubans tho county Judge to appoint tho sheriff to net jmA within UO dayi thereafter would .assert, tho Mr. us guardian In certain cases; to punish burn Updopcndcncd, of- - tho Cuban republic. 'Mason (111.1. follott'od wltir rcsiolutlprt ro- lng or poisoning stock. House UIUs Introduced: Providing that nc fluc8(ing.he prcstdcnt.tq notlfypalntat tho tle primary election shall bo held on tbo same day Cubih"waimust cease at onco d'nd.doclnte and tqjSitoro Jntcntloifof tho that-special or general election Is held; au- (WulalMftTvv.ca'-oOialShd'of'pltfS. The Kentucky thorizing tho salo of tho Northern seat in normnl school property and to dlsposo of the tlsV.onflon." Hpnry'W, 'CorbotV o senate's proceeds thereof: to compel stcrtm engineers IhcScnavc; formflregWrVccupJcd1 the Attention fortwo hotflp, -- Tha remainder ol to pass an examination and obtain a ccrttfl. wcatternoonTvnVspefl pjdsutlye session. cato before taking chargo of an engine; prot ItnHtv Tim fiAen tifftl linnn thl viding for Installment payments of property oT tlio c6nt consideration holders for street Improvements; exempting ttfltad ntaVtlnn rLLn fpnm tiiiv Tmi rih Alabama' road overseers from servlco on Juries and from als'trlcj. The majority Bflthovdmmltteovre' After poll tax for road and brldgo purposes. ejepubllcan.cOn; passing tho Mallory bill, repealing section porto'rt.Infnvot'bf seiftln.g tefltant on. tho ground of thtTcoflsplracy, an 1312 of tho Kentucky statutes relating to conyigoroualy'rtpnled by. the democratic fession of Judgment, and tho Hooey bill, to tho analysis of fertilizers, the houso toolt iinlnoritv. Mr. ''Plowman's clnfallty on thofaM up tho Chlnn school book bin. Representative Jot tho relurns;.was 2,067, Tho majority rcvlsc4 to glvo Aldrlch a pluruiiryvov Chlnn made a strong urgument In favor of the Jtne figures bill, which provides for tho contract system, 3U. Two .speeches wero mddq Tuesday qn eacr sjdci by JJessri. Taylor (O.) and MnnhIlL), besides llxing a maximum price for nil school and by Messrs. Fox (Miss. Hand Settle (Kan.) books. Passed. fortho minority. It Is e;le'ctScd that a vot Fhankfobt, Ky Feb. 10. Senate The ,H1 Be reached JVcdnesAaj?. scnato passed tho bill continuing for two years Washington. Fe"ErT(XrySENATE-F- or mori longer tho stenographers for tho Judges of the cham-jtecourt of appeals. Tho Bennett bill to ascertain i than thrco hoursWVcdnesd,ay .tho sonato ranjwlth cloquenpTfippials )n Behalf ol tho heirs in cases of Intestacy and .otherwise r 'Announced-specchewas passed, but was reconsidered and recom- .the Cubanlnjsurecnts.. '(Utah) nnd mitted on request of Senator Brown. Bills in- iwcre delivered troduced: To restrict nnd license glovo contests or exhibitions, and to repeal ull othct acts In conflict therewith; to prohibit anyone Kc: senate briefly, urg' Jllali from hnndllng, buying or shipping any clothing ling, Me.l addressM policy of the tho senate ti uphold-ththat has been worn or used. .Jlc ppitUe House Tho Woathcrford bill, providing for Sllrontf" been accomplished put, thaf much jfiadt bPfcsMontJftlc-"JvlnlcyVpn reduction of s . larlcs of certain state officers, oniyvfor'tho causa of cento- - on the camo up, and produced u lengthy discussion. ' An amendment by Pullam, of Louisville, to cut Island; but olso f&r 'tho protectloji lol Interests, and down tho per diem of legislators to 2 per day Americans .and ..American and mllengo to Uvo cents, was overwhelmingly tifrcyhe. relief of the .rceoncentradocs finjJ.paflUcos- He maintained that ft would defeated. All amendments wero voted down, hy the adoption of any drus"-- . and tho bill passed by a voto of 70 to 4. ilc,"4ccJaratlorjHo' Place tho odmlnlsfrat(onjn FitANKFoitT, Fob. 11. Senate Tho local c?cftfte string, Uijt might Interfere .with llje; option bill, seeking to mako the county tho deflncdpollcy. Or. unit in votimr on tho llauor nuestlon instoad lMufcon .followed Mr. Haloln along and ut times of tho precinct, camo up us a special order j tfiorr,p:rcttn' Vh!itfhp 'jirgcd.tlte president In tho senate. Senators Oocbcl, Shanks litamcfllatilyrtQlntcrvcnd In tho Cubarrwarand , und Alexander asked that tho bill 0nrhQth sideshadbe-te-o for- - ibmo referred back to a law M bruTafaS'loshsck tho sensibilities pi further hearing and to consider tho const! ifr civilized world. HosWliUnot bcHevd war tutlonnl questions In tho bill. After an' itelnVrcsulj: from lnpltlphf bifiho,ughr hour's wranglo tho friends of tho bill agreed' lOQM jwpum do u'var ui """ " to recommit tho bill to tho commlttco cm roft Kinnnj N llglon and morals, with tho understanding that no rpnutmenn. maionir wuvtw tho commlttco will glvo tho opponents of tho' 4$: to 60. whenfthc. rViSlncsday bill n hearing and report next Tuesday, Thi rKr.K hjSlQ Of 143frftm unseated Mr. Plow' to 112 Gocbcl election bill providing for a board ,of JMiL?-f- .yiU.( S11U. t. ,1 .. a iirf w V UUU K"Vy inn LAHf tn mh s,Wj. election commissioners to appoint electron bffl SfrtAWTliklittfl ,,& iirst'CoiVl&tcd cers camo up as a special oidcr. An amend,-, XJ.,C-i- fcrWrl fi'UiaSdnW.'O'hd'whoJTCpHe ...... ..u,.,'.,,. .. .... m..,.. I ....u taso Wednesday Were Messrs. Settle ernor by selecting a board of con.ott by cm.. Ky.), Hamilton (rep., Micn.j uariicii from tho sonate and house. Passed by a voto' (dcm., Oa.), und Taylor (rep..O.). of 20 to 15. Wasiiincton, Feb. 11. Senate During House Bills reported favorably: To authorize trustees of sixth-clas- s towns to con- almost tho cntlro session of tho sennto Thursstruct streets und sidewalks; to authorize su- day the Indian appropriation bill was under The reading of tho bill was comperintendents cf public works In cities of second class to order sldowalk repairs at the pleted and all of the commlttco amendments were adopted. Subsequently cvcral amendexpense of abutting property owners; for benefit 'of pauper Idiots and lunatics by paying ments of u minor character were attached to Mr. Allen (Neb.) enlivened tho measure. for time lost In falling to hold Inquests at few minutes bea proper time; providing that a county Judgo tha proceeding can not grant an Injunction except when the foro ndjournment by making an atclrcultjudgo Is out of his district. Tho house tack upon Speaker Kccd for preventing committee on public health decided Thursday tlio enactment, as the Nebraska senator declarafternoon to report favorably tho bill to re- ed, of meritorious legislation, bent to the houso quire tho osteopath healers to obtain n certlH-cat- o of rorrc entattves by tho senate. Ho denouncand pay a licenso llko any physician. ed tho speaker's action In this rcgartl as "disSomo of the osteopaths aro here lighting tho grace" to congress and to tho American people. bill, nnd hopo to have a substitute offered In When a point of order was made against him for tho uso of Improper language concerning the way of u compromise. tho other branch of congress. Mr. Allen Fkankfokt, Feb. 12. Senate In the sen- ho was staling only tho truth nnd that ho said was ate tho bill to transfer Whltcley county from responsible here or elsewhere at any lime for tho Third appellate court district to tho his statement. district was amended by a subitltute ofHouse Tho house was In u very bad temper fered by Senator Ooebcl which provided for Thursday and tho whole session uas consumed transferring Bell, Harlan, Leslie, Letcher and In filibustering ugnlnstlwo Imbills of Perry counties from tho Seventh district to portance, ono to Issue u dupllcato minor theckand the Fifth district, and al.o putting Whltcley In the other to mako Iiocklnnd, Me., a sub port of tho Fifth The bill as amended pa sed. entry; Neither got futthcr than the engrossThe bill to prevent discrimination by common ment and third reading. The troublo aroscovcr carriers In the delivery or receiving newspjperi against tho diswns passed unanimously, 22 to 0. Tho bill to tho enforcement tf tho rulo of Irrelevant subjects when Mr. Handy create a state board of pharmacy and make cussion Del.) .attempted to reply on tho floor (dcm.. tho pharmacy law apply to smaller towns wns to a letdiscussed, but recommitted without a vote. during tho consideration of those bills Bayard, ter recently written by Thomas F. Tho bill to prevent the seining of private i, secretary of stato under tho Clc eland lakes und ponds without tho owners' consent in denunciation of tho free sller was passed. democracy. Boll call followed roll call nil day House Bills Introduced: Authorizing the long und mayors and county Judges of each county to Finally partisan feeling reached n high pitch. when it becamo evident that no llx tho hotel, boarding houso and restaurant progress prefates for their county. It provides thut thot sented, an could bo mado with tho bills Monudjournment was taken until maximum rato for hotels shall not. day. exceed J1.50 per day, boarding houses 50 cents Washington, Feb. 12. Senate Consideraper day und restaurants 25 cents per meal. The refood supplies shall bo "pure and wholesome tion of tho Indian appropriation bill was sumed by tho scnato Friday and after being nnd cooked In u manner." Tho beds amended to somo extent tho measuro was und bedding shall bo kept clean and neat and passed. Tho most important amendment to as plentiful as tlio weather demands. tno Dill was that offered by Mr. Pcltlgrcw FitANKFoitT, Fob. 15. Senate Tho follow (S. D.) which, if finally enacted, will ing bills wero Introduced Monday: To nmenl rostoro tho frco homestead law so far us It ro 428 of civil codo by ndding tho follow-- i latcs to Indian lands ceded to tho United States section ing words: "But no such actions shall be for which lands tho settlers h vo been obliged brought by nn heir, devlsos, lcgatco or distrito pay tho purchase price paid to tho Indians. butee within nlno months, or by a creditor The. bill cnrrlos appropriations aggregating within six months next after tho first ncrsonal nearly J8.000,000. representative qualified;'' to nuthorlzo the' House- - Not In session. auditor to relinquish claims for taxes on propWashington, Feb. 15. Senatk-TI- io senate erty tluo slnco 183J, In order to prevent devoted four hours In oxecuilvo session Monclouding of title; to amend section 71 of day to tho consideration of tho Hawaiian tho charter of Louisville by striking out of treaty. Tho principal speech was mado by said section after tho words "ono board to the. Senator Pcttlgrcw, this being tho third instalother." Senator Shanks culled up the hill to ment of his remarks upon tho subject. Senaallow trust companies to bo organized nnd tor Morgan's resolution was passed calling on operato.l In any county, nnd It passed unantfcV president for copies of tho rcpcrl of tho imously, Senator Ooebcl called tho bill to nuconsul general und of tho consult of tho United cities of tho second class to con- Stales In Cuba written nnd received since March thorlzo demn any parts of tho turnpike roads in the 4, 18D7, which relate to tho stato of war In that city limits for street purposes. Passed yeai Island, nnd tho condition of tho pcoplo there: Si, nays a senator Johnson's bill to rcquiro the also whether nny agent of n government In circuit clerk to glvo tho sheriff tho Jury list 20 Cuba has been nccrcdltcd to this government, days before court, and requiring tho numes oi or tho president of this government with jurors, both grand und petit, to bo drawn by authority to ncgotlato a treaty of reciprocity lot Instead . of tho present mothod. Passed--ye- as or any other commercial agreement with the 2), United States. House Tho commlttco on constitutional House Considerable unnessary excitement amendments reported fnvornbly Monday on the wns caucd among tho members of tho houso bill proposing an amendment to tho constituMonday by tho rumor brqidly circulated betion to allow tho pcoplo to voto on the proposiImportant action fore tho houso convened tion to movo tho stnto capital from Frankfort relative to Cuba was to that bo taken. It turned to Loxlngton. Representative Chlnn moved to out to bo simply u resolution of Inquiry unanisuspend tho rules nnd take up the McChoul mously reported by tho foreign nlTalrs commltd railroad freight rato bill. It takes a tco last week calling on tho stato department voto to suspend tho rules, and tho opponents ol for Information as to the condition tho bill thought they could defeat tho motion, of tho conccntrndos In Cuba and tho progress but it curried by 61 to 22, and tho bill was taken mado In Spain's effort to Induce tho Cub ins up. Ucprcscntatlvo Mocquot moved to mako to accept autonomy. Tho resolution was adopttho bill a special order for Thursday, This wan ed without division. Another resolution was defeated by n voto of 25 to t P.whlch was regardadopted calling for tho correspondence related as n tost voto on tho Jlntl pastago of tho ing to tho exclusion of our fruits, beef nnd Representative ( Bradbmn, Melvan, horses from Germany. Tho remainder of the bill. Saunders, Cantrlll, Wheeler (rep.) nnd other day was devoted to District of Columbia busispoko for tho bill, whllo Ogden (rep.), Jotnlgan ness. . (rep'.) und other republicans opposed It. Tho s For Strcot Purposes. limondmcnt to allow tho railroads or tho to appeal from tho railroad commls FllANKFOUT, Ky., Feb. 15. Ooebol's finding to tho court of appeals was debill nllowing seconil-clns- s cities to confeated along with ull other amendments, aid the bill passed us It came from the senate uy a demn tump'lfc prnpji'tv f r.itroct purposes avjj illv; J.uatj Mwn, .ay. vote of H.yius to 82 nays. profe-Wltlo-ns r, i 1"1 TOE S' ' IV ' .h '. v s,... j1 FARMERS' BANK. and TRUST COMRAt lT3rs ... ' Buooossora to.tho Lincoln National Bank. By provision of STANFORD.. KY." 7. I 3SP t&L' c' .''ijRl , . . . iti charter, depositors are as fully protected as ar ff depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually ?SS '' liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein-- ' at the par valu thereof iu addition to the amount Invested in such shires: It may acA as Executor, Administrator, TruatW.or Receiver, as an individual. ....- . 4i W-- H v "1l Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co.,' Stanford. Kentucky, December 31. i860. Notftiand'Tlills.. Other Stocks and Bonds 1 Overdrafts Duo from Danlts.i Hanking House and Fixtures Cash.. trt J . RESOURCES: t302,tlK2l LIABILJXIES: Capital Stoclt .A Surplus Fund .1". Individual Deposit's... ..'. Duo to Banks isoo.cmoc 111,41341 AWrJBn-Ptlpwm- ..,. . 1,005.82 4.202.41 40,239.20 6.400.00 2r,f,03.tt , lfw,r04 0J 12.013.41 rcg-ula- r387,0(5,DO ' ' v!387,0B.nf?r T4 ' so-a- DIRECTORS: J. X'illiams, Mt Vernon. J. S. QtVsley, Stanford. J. 1i. .Qwsley, Stanford. William GoochT Stanford. W. n. Cummins, Lincoln County. 8. II. Shoplr Stanford. J. E. Lynn, Stanford. . ' J. N. Mcncfee,, Stanford. V J. Erabry, Stanford. J. F. Casb, Stanford. A. V. Carpenter, Stanford. S. ' S. S, q they will receiva prompt attention, WWc solicit all President. J, B. OWSLEY, Cushlen M. BRIGHT, Teller. W. having business in bank to call or' write us, and ' l J. B. OWSLEY, Cashfe? - ; fcan,ttiLVnt ' 'is absolutely necessary to Success in life. J . BUSINESS EDU6ATI0N " nt. befijie-j'it?? ;'! training This b6lng conceded, It Is qf the flrsViraportanco to get your' the school that stands Jib. tho' rank tho & (he younp. man 'prs-ypun- woman who would win t . VI . yi Bryant-- ij Stratton Business College, JbtJ X.Q U Xfc3 ViLJLiJ. il . . , - l n ,tif; a I. IJV ft ,Ju,l ncnt positions all over tho United States xWrite for beautiful book giving testimonials from iwn i.slj -- . V 'A .' A.v &&& "' . & ?jmm&. &: &MWckeeni?ifi.:2i Shorthand siB7V?7?4ri7iy ,a . A.s . ,. . " -- . -. 5 - ' - ;te- i vr r " v . u&s'r'lr,1 - , .. V 53l ' 'SlJ -- ''ll !J Jr. - ,Xy7i7fiffl m 7'rJ!:i JnJf .TSffi MIX-V- lf .2 . It will bo mailed FREE. graduates occupying promt 171 ' SK x Drugglats and Pharmacists. MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt. Vernon, Ky. We carrv Drugs, Chemicals, Pnints, Patent Medicine. Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c. Prescrip tions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call for goods'usually kept in a drugstore. Olla, Varnishes, first-clas- s Sov-cn- th admin-Istrullu- first-cla- llrst-cla- First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Capital Stook J. $200,000. Surplus 523,100 "DIRECTORS" W. Hayden, 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. Hocker and M. J. Miller. We solicit the accounts of the citizens ol 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 relations, respectfully invited. JNO. J. McROBERTS, Cabler j, S. HOCKER, Prcs. . , nnj-sO- GO TO JONAS McKENZIE For Everything: in two-th!r- uhlp-per- loners' Dm Goods. Giothina. Boots and Shoes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goodp at Living Prices, tt a -- i,. niru fiuwuz2ganynwtJi rar nMuwrTiirigra. lit. Vernon Friday, W Signal. 18. 1898. Fkb. Published every Ft iday by JAMES MARETs VKSCKIl'TION ONK YKAK $I.OO Advertising rates made known on application J. Mokt Rothwkli.. of Lancas-tci- , has announced his candidacy for Congress. Mr. Rothwell would ira'ea good congressman. Gov. McCreary lias a s'.roug hold on Rookcas-tland will get her instruc, tions if he asks it. e Tim U. S. Battleship, Maine, was destroyed in Havana harbor by a teriffic explosion at 10 o'clock Tuesday night. fifty sailors Jure dead or. missing. It is not known whether it Was accidental or was the work of an enemy. The "greatest excitement prevailed thioughoat Havana for hours aftei the tenible catastrophe. Spanish aufhoikies proclaim their innocence in the awful work. An investigation i being madeso as to locate the cause. Should it hi shown tint thajSpauish are a quick reckoning will be had. d Willie Brannaman was in town BETTER THAN 'ffiUTTING last week. YOUR MONEY INjSvNK. The wile of Charley Deboard is I! thought io be insane and will piob-ablEor sale, stock ,'fannfiii Rock be taken to the Asylum in a castle comity, Ky., containing 300 short time. acres, one of the best onlRxi (roe's Alex Tyrce has just completed a creek; 150 acre":". underfcuhiV.itioi', neat and convenient barn for J. T. remainder in oak, po'njjtfo walnut Cherry. and hickory timber. All uder Albert Albrielit left here for fence. All the grasses grow well, blue grass being a natural, growth. Viginia. Splendid forall grain crops. Filty Miss Cass made quite a visit to Five acres of excellent bottom: relatives at Richmond good springs and two creeks furnish Rev. Hendrickson will fill his good running water the year round. appointment at the Baptist church Twelve acres in orchard, with fine here Sunday. selection of fruLtTNvo gciprdwcll- Ourus Bower spent a day or two ings; one of five, the other of seven rooms. Tenant house of two rooms. in Pulaski Comity last week. Convenient to two railroads and Mrs. W O Reynolds is improv- county seat. Half mile to school ing. farm will be sold as a whole; This or will divide it into two farms, 100 WILDIE acres in one, 200 acres inJthe other This property is owne'dwjy a nonMiss Ellen Butuer was in town resident, and will be sold at a low Tuesday. figure and on easy terms.. For price and terms,jcall on or "Mr. Harry Blazer, of the saw address the Editor of the Signal. mill firm of H. Blazer & Co, was in y 1 IK ineciy iWJJ3rriy?TCTgavrrg3 Prof. Phillips is thinking of going to North Carolina in the We regiet to give him spring. up as he is one of our best teachers and a hard worker in that capacity. UiyiiH i tt-- Mt Vernon - Collegiate-Institut- e IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. 4 ' 1 When Your Horpe Is Shod By all Session Opens Scpcmbcr Academic, Intermediate, and 6, 1897. TV THO'S TAYLOR Blacksmith., You may depend upon it that it has been done in a scientific manner and the shoes will stav on unENCASH. til worn out. Special Normal L. M Prinjarj , Departments. SCROGGS. Principal 4Jw "V th.H Work: for Teachera. Coly er 1.. MARBLK CUTTERS, BRODIIKAD, KY. Monuments, Tombstones, .and work of all kinds in line done on short notice at the lowest rate? writo for estimates will send a man to you to make istimate& anc jiv& prices . R. IT. IIAMM, foalesn: b. .r.lrrrrTTla Wildie first of the week on business. G. W. Jones, of Conway, was in our town the iast of the week. Mr. Arnold, of Conway who had almost enti'ely lost his heating has been restored to his hearing by a simple remedy. the barhe will cut hair ber. During court Lookout foi Port man DEALERS IN WANTED Split Hickory 2x2, 30 inches loug, for 15 cents. Shave, 10 cents. Call at his shop, near McKenzies store , Come to sec us. Will sell you honest goods at fair orices. ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. and get first class work. General Merchandise of SroKE. WIU 1VJ.CL1LI clllU U4.ILIIV-.I- I vJLJ., ' all white $12 per M grade or better COVE. 2x2, 30 inches long, red. 6 per M 28 inches long, red, r.....74 per M W. M. Hayse. of Wildie, was LIVINGSTON. visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Riddle 28 inches long, white, . Sunday last. per M Wm. Fields has bought Phil Carrier's lot for $310. Jones Fish and Alva Maret, of Single Treu Billets. Wildie, were visiting W. M. Fish W O Barnes, one of our popular young men, has been transferred to here Sunday last. ,,28 inches long white, Covington where he will take ,6 pej M Misses Sallie- and1 Mary Bell charge of the wrecker. Chesnut were .the guests of Tip To be delivered" at anyf station T J. Cress of your town was the Langford on Monday. between Hazel Patch andGrab Or gUestofProf. Dickersou last. week. J - MT. VERNON. KY ixij. ixij, 2x3 Liv4ngBton CDuring court come to the old stand of Jack Adams and get your lunches soup; fresh Wrt ujsters etc. 22 2 - Gaines Adams will be glad to have all his old friends and many new ones to call on him. Town Lots for Business and Dwelling 11 ' 1 Miss Carrie Stucky has'returned from a'visitlo Rowland. Mr. Dan Brown and Taylor his Lee Tate was down on official biother from Mo. arc visiting business last week. friends and relatives. W. R. Ward of Lancaster, was Cattle buyers are as numerous as the guest of his brother Sam a few fiddlers. days since. PLATO. chard. '- EVERYBODY LOOK! I am selling the Singer Sewing Machine 'oiveaby terms and keep ncod-- r L. JlL hS L. jARRKTT.'irusector, - 1 House. In the most "desirable . dliniUindCSiC-win- K machine ... WSKjScrSS .'llaC'uessJTiiltw"".. Jianas, ouuuics r.nu ..T"...ft un, .'"'''JS les, i..i -1 s . & vc 'mrtmj GO TO I Jack Ping and Tyree Henry McGee was down from made a flying trip from Mt. London Sunday to see one of our to this place x prettiest young ladies. Misses Coidie Ping and We are glad to say that W. J. family has arrived from. Broyles are attending the Sparks and lit. Vernon and have taken rooms Semi nary. it the Mullins house, and are ore than glad to welcome them to LivI 1 Gentry Vernon Coulie Brown Tyree & Her'nu every to hewing machines. Will send needles etc., by mail to any address. I also clean and repair all kind of machines. You can ce 111c in Mt. Vernon y thing that belongs ev-ei- For NeW Wagons and Repairs of allkinds on Fanning implements Situiday. W M.Owbns, Mt. Veinon, Ky. Part of Town near -- ami fmUmKtriRar irl 'Where' WSvtt gfiHm ' '"'''.' Be located. "V. Call and see them. . Wm. FIELDS - 11 We will do all kinds (if pc-o-pl- es wood DRS. G. B. & J. II. LAWRENCE J. C. McClary UNDERTAKER. PRACTICAL MIT. ingston. W. S. Cummins, Hon. Sam Ward Esquire Ashley Owen?, W. R. and Russ Dillon. Henry Burton, H. W Rice, Jake Satnbrook, Dr. Cooper and others attended court at your place Monday. work that the need, from .1 e;ooil farm wagon to the finest piece of PHYSECIANS and VERNON LIME COMPANY Manufacturers WORK, ror rme "T"N furniture. Also brick woil; andpljst-- eriug. Give us a call.' W guarantee satisfactiod. Our 'shop slo cated on Old Main .trcet South SURGEONS. MT. VERNON, - - , - C& W TOM ! FERR'BLL DKALUK IN of Lime and brkU. EMBALMER, They also furnish Lime, Building KY. STASFORI), KY. Stock Complete. Telegrajji Ord- Stone, cither quarry faoe or cut Orders promptly filled. Jji? ers a Specialty. 1 u. -- The Literary society met last Friday night." The question' should the' town be incorporated was argued by Col A. N. Bently, John Howell and Joe Dickersou for the affirmative. W. W. Saunders, Tno. Meadows for the negative, the judgesX. A. Pettus, T. J. Cress and Robt, Brown decided against incorporation. of the Court House WHISKIES' WINES, 1 o.. &c, up Hotel Frith F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Located at the Depot.gc-- H. B. SPRATT HANGER. WRITER. ROWLAND,-Kk PAPER ' Job work SIGNAL Fine at $2 and " AND SIGN For A"pnu dlscom-- I forts and daujjers of cniiu-uiimwu- Come to the j! Good B rod he ad, Ky. Livery Aatthed Z? j?ni& WADK BY J BRODHEAD. .? u be almost cu- tiralv avoided. WineofCardui- - II relicves pectant ers. H. C. Genlry, Meet all Trains, Day and Night. Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited. Will fur nis.li lunches on nil Trains on.sult us for estimates on work. Wit. Uernon, - - Ky. IJ5t wirk at prices re?-j'.nbl- G.W. McCLURE, i: f Mrs. W. II. Colyer, who was th'ought to be hopelessly ill i? improving slowly. We can print It gives exmoth- A ttO'rney-at-La-DR. A. G. LOVELL, livsiciuii .'ind w, ARE AS G'C0 AS the nurse from the Joicph Piice Infirmary; is still wilh'Mrs..W, II. Co'yer. Dr. Lewi.i, of Wildie paid our Mrs. Lizzie Herron; town a man, i- - Anything U want. '' r'rtvzt '."vrw.xz iVMlWXTW.Tii.'&aWmi cuariiitHil lr rum PIT T"3. H an CONSTIPATION (hUc Iicliine. nrotru lini? & , ,,.. nl ,f, ... ,,,,. , 1 , ,i.iviii vi irj; tun nnj; vi Hifiuvy refmnV 1. Itches Insunt relief, an I cfltos a radical w1 MTPitniH cur. IS 1 lurpkal ope rail rcmlrctl. Try It ni rrlk(our m(Terlnk, S iulfi r lUtnfteslI tnnnUt utidfrtciau pU., Only sgiH.M x, I or tale ly ilrup fin, or lent I y innllou rcLtlutcf iirlce. ! I mits thein in condition to do their work That makes prejp. perfectly. nancy less painful, shortens labor nnd hastens recdverj-n- f tcr child-birtIt helps a voniau bear strong healthy children. BES Twenty-eigh- t Mt. Vurnon, Ky. All business entrusted to my care will icceive prompt attention. Office on Second floor of new brick TJ I' Surgeon, ycar J oxjiiic-iic-. 'li-f.ij- r in a Mr vt:friJ, iy uli Aimn the lui ii"'i. peo ialiy. .su.itliing Richmond Al-- I01- vi'it a few days "mice. D. G. Bowliu. receiving heie now. the walnut jog walnut timber wtnl"f MSELREE) o ji'-n- c .' jM (rihefi North .vtt on Church street. X ciion, SlH-t't- , Janits Hayes bought a nice bunch of hogs here last week at K 3 ceilts perjh, ' J. II. Albright was at Stanford Monday. Several of our town smeu went to Mt. Vernon Monday to Court. PILES 4i "H? Suppository !, hart ZMZ5 K vi, ET.liajDocm, iascaier.l'. years. A few doses often brings joy to loving hearts that No womaii should neglect to try it for this trouble. It cures nine cases out of ten. All druggists sell Wine of Cardui. $1.00 per bottle. For advice In cases requlrlne special dlrec onj, addr.jj elvlnu symptoms, tha Ladles' Advisory Department ' Ths Chattanocpi Medicine Co., Chitti-n- ti Tenn. rniit.N tfiiri of Joirertan,Ca., tiyi; "When I first tonk winn wa had been married thrao years, but could not have any children. Nino 111U111119 ni.r 1 naa a uno gin Duy," t has also bi ought happiiies3to thousands of homos barren for 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE 'wPfc' iEVSfmi "4b !lBMlEnHMHESBBMi Anyono sonrtln a tkotrh nnd dcacrlptlnn may quickly nsocrtnln onr opinion Irco whether aa lnvontlon lprohnblyptcntablo. Hnndbooiru I'ktenta uont free. Oldest ottency rorecciirlnppatcnta. J'ntMits taken throuali lunn ft Co. receive jifdjl notice, without cbnrzo. In t ho Trade Marks DE3IQN3 Copyrights &c. '. ri "I'. Owen Jnrrelt is 1 111 from U Lards-- . ; V xor Infi.ut'! iitil rvii',-urf- j J If I ' , .' ' . ." bj nrri.ji aetitiTic neighborhood. V&&fl&fa it W . ruiaiioii iu nnj scieniiuo lournai. 'jonna, 9a n ronri rinr mourns, u. rtia oynii nowiwrnjcrii. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. imerKam I.trscst 1 I h j ! g P; ei y t fe V. ,&Co.M,n",T. New York ' jb 'it,, waauini on, u , t" P'onouncotl by Experts tho Standard of tho World, Jirw - your dealer for WINCHESTER make of Oui - 1 1 Ammunition nnd ta!o no other. FKEKs Our now llluatriitott CataloQuo. Km 'CHCr.TEK RCPISATN ARWe CO., Kow Havot., Ox. . H' Tl ,!?( r '1- - I , 1r...iptii. n.i. 1, ,wttl rj IB 4 Jl. . :Sr!R5'eSAhBiitaJ zxJJtjZl-M&iZtfi&, -- " -- a A3 fee me Dateon Your JUabel and Remit Wba, iKncBBBBM i tff iMfciaconaoo U- - J"mim,uauiic!sacTggapc U.1ES1SZ3II Owe us t ur. a . s fif ' W M Poynter asks- you again CIRCUIT COURT.' Saddled Saddles! to settle your account with him. 3S3SRgESfflS&BSS553S! at S. W. Davis' at all prices. ' rr (Tn iiiimmMiu A double clip farmers Red iiir'WP-i- ; t & Court convened promptly at 10 The Misses Pennington cn'er-tain- ed Mr. Vmkkon. Ky Kijh. iB, 1898 H nines for 40 cents at m a few young friends Wednes- o'clock Monday inornjng, Judge S W Davis'. JJUJJAL"' Monowaiid Slates day eve. . Sharp started the wheels of justice Miss Biddy Dolan, who has been UatercJ sl the Ht. Vcriui, Kj., hi BSJuDr. Pennington, the dentist wall inutur t seriously ill for some time is slowly will be at the .Miller hotel during to revolving and have kept con??rW v'i." 8ri r t i irt rmiiii..r i improving. . Circuit Court to practice his pro stantly at it since. "The following are grandjuryiiien : KXTom Brown says twin boys ar- fession. FAC-S1MIWAMcKinney, FM Ponder, John . rived at his house last week. Eight collar for 30c; leather P Huston, Per Hiatt, J W Kirby, m it" inn, ivnirnTiT lambs appeared in his field. collar lor 80c; leather for $1.25; Harvey ', AVceclabicPrcparalionfor AsChauey, M'B McMullen, SIGNATURE Look foi the similating tltcroodandReguIa-lin- g Miss Lou Gentry is suffering leather for $i.$o. G A Morgan, Conlay Gennings. InimviLLC & NAIHVILLC R R.CO, S. Wi Davis '' the Sta&uichs andBowels of OF- t from a very painful wound in the Vllen G Burdett, Jas PI Crawford, I. & N. I,OCL TIME CARD. foot caused by stepping on a nail. G. A. Parker, who has been un- J N Brown; Foicman. :laMWfir T 'v Day Mail North 11:39 a m 5TSW Davis will sell you horse der treatment for pneumonia ut ir Petit Jury. A", r i ' r1j5v5K 'Vf V Stanford hospital has recovered JftD.iiotes Digestion.Checrful-nes- s Day Mail south . 2:22 p in GeoLevisay Jr, J W Chasseen, J ' ?&&.&! collar pad for 35 cts,, 12 in. wide andncst.Contains ncilhcr his duties Jesse and will soon sesume Night Kv. North 2:12am and guarantee them to stay under Childers, Sr, ME Mullins, Opium.MorphintJ nor Mineral. as breakmaii. IS Ol'l THia Man-e- l Night Ex, South 1:09 am collar. Coffey, J M Oliver, Elisha . A. IANJUtUM, Agent. Falk Ross escaped from upper Owens, M L Denham, Thos NichM:s and Miss. Wiederhold, of room of jail Wednesday night with ols, Jesse Bullock, J W Moore, W CayeefOMHrXIKUZlVJlVmi W3 Line Creek paid this office a call , ball and chain and hand cuffs on. T French, "Geo W Per AdPumpkin Sui' CHURCHES. yesterday and subscribed for the 4btSauia He managed tovpick the cuffs but ams, Geo N Claik, Martin Falin, & 3r Sunday Chnithn-a- l HaM ten tecs OP EVERY Sicnal. 11 a. in, and at 6.30 i. m. the chain and balls stuck closer Green' Chandler, J Berrv, Jack pptrvtsit lit CurlmaltSodw e returned before Scott, Win A Cocks, James French The residence of Rev. Harvey than a brother. Kaplut Church Son Icm on the Second Burnett, near ford of Bu'ekjcreek on dsy and .surrentlere&Sw Sr, W P Chestnut, J F Cummins tTatwrrt-iSuudny night and Sunday. and Fred Hahu. . road vas burned Monday Arjcrfectnemcdv for Constipa Notice. All persons indebted !'iool at 0 n m every Sunday. Prayer Somerset Ignited on roof. onToeidny nights. Rev. J C L M Houk was appointed Trustion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, to the estate of Dr. J. W. Lawrence, pastor. Worms .Convulsions.rcvcrisli-ncs- s Judge S. C. Frrukliu has resigned deceased, arc hereby notified f) tee of the Jury Fund. SLEEP. and Loss Frank 'Lambert was fined $25 the police judgeship. Col. J, B. come forward aud settle the same. Holds service on "the 1th ?reib) Toe Simile Signature of Fish was appointed and now has If not aettled, the accounts will be for liquor selling Henry Kitts $25 his commission, placed in the hands of an attorney concealed,weapons. G. A. Bullock ntorlA U Tit tan In en9.jn tioHlan onlr. If NEW "YORK. MASONIC. $io, breach of peace, and $25 for Buck Varnon will prepare for for collection. i?Z5$Jras! Sv?TiTiiKSau iYf b net cold li balk. Bon1!, cllo? nuyoca to 10II (MO meets 2ul MonAshland Lodge Xo. concealed weapons. Steve Adkius jcj GEytliing e1:o en US j!ca cr premteo that it Mrs. Elizabeth Lawrence, next week Signal a very interestla just as gecd" ar.fi ts III answer etory prr- day 10 Am. 4th Monday CIO I'm. malicious cutting, one year in ing writeup of the Brown family Administratrix tuat yon get pose." pen Pet Anglin. $10 breach of ' Sis do- ,,.,.- that occurred last week. By G. B Lawrence. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. .piece. Clint Todd murder case conOTHERWISE. LOCAL tJesitiro &uz7y7C&jC6?-,7Cr' The Racket at Brodhead is clos HLVrr. tmpper. Notice. I can not run my bus tinued until May term. A number ing out to go to Texas. Call early iness without money. All who miuor cases combined. The John KH2EMZ2222EeSai2s5E2aS ESSKBlffiIES Jack, Adams bought 25 calves. and get first choice. Buck have no special arrangements with Jarrett case, for killing Rackut Stork, me are expected to settle their ac- Padgett, was taken up Wednesday S. McClure was in f loni Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Brack Graves were counts or notes for 1897. or make morning and given to jury that of Withers has an up from Livingston Monday to see H. T. Mulli some satisfactory arrangement. If night. No verdict up to four oclock car of corn 2 year old. C. L. King who seems to be some this is forthwith Thursday, not done Sim Davis teaching a select better at this time. GREATEST PREMIUM EVER OFFERED! I will have to place in the hands of Up to yesterday afternoon thirat Hopewell. F. Kiueger our clever German a collector. teen nicn.wilu "jagsrt vere "pull. JJob Prewilt died Monday of builder has returned from Pike-vill- e Jonas McKenzie. Fiee to New Subscribers, to Old Subscribers' Who Renew, ind to those ed." Eleven ot them were jailed. .stomach troubks. where he closed a contract to bNoticb. To whom it may In Ai rears Who Pay Up 1 will on tne lourtn concern: The wife of J. K. McKibney build a slone church for the all ur foreman has been down Monday in March 1898 make appli- week with grip iuicLus "boys" had died of child birth. Through arrangements with the publisher, the Mt. Vernon Signal Coll aw in town af S. cation before the Rockcastle Coun- to get mt the paper. Excuse its Mrs. J. R. Cass was up from has a limiteJ number of patd up yearly subscription to W. Davis', trom 25 cts. up t6 $2,50 ty Court to be discharged from fur- shortcominRS. Brodhead to visit relatives. 8F"Don't forget the horse Collar thei duties as assiguee of the estate who lived in Mrs Susan Mullins was up from pad at S W Davis. 'of Albright & Co. ago had a dream that which we propose to give way as follows: To new subscribers, to old Livingston several days this week. R S Martin. Assignee. ISitMiX small boy and a woman subscribers who renew by Feb rtiniy 5U1, and to iubtcrilcrs indebted Mrs. Sarah Welsh and daughter ;Thc familj of W, T. Sparks Mrs. Katie Liutou, of Louisville are drlvetfto his place iu a buggy. to us who pay up. moved to Livingston Tuesday last. visiting at ""' " PT Welsh's, their old Every family should take their 'J3ie next day his wife died, FourA PRACTICAL FARM JOURNAL. a quarry home. Our people are pleased to county paper. There are hunders ot teen years afterwards he moved to E. Ueeman has opened Farm and Trade is 0 practical, well edited, high class, 1110 nthly families that take no paper at all. Kentucky and while standing on home and farm paper, published at Chattanooga, Term., subscript ion at Tunnel No. 1, just west of town. again ec them. The editor of thisjpaper once ask- Jerry Friths platform in Brodhead a price $1.00 a year. It is interesting to the home circle and helpful to the Mrs Jane Hatum of the Glades SSStFor SalM. A three room Coted a legislator if he would jjtake buggy was driven up by a small farmer. All our readers should Lave it. neighborhood died at au advauced tage on West Main street Mt. Ver the SignaI and whether he was bowa women was in the buggy. Mr. OUR FREE OFFER. non. Will sell at a bargain, fiait age. taking anyjolhcr paper. This was Roberts immediatly rememberd his 11 expire when cash, balance on time. Call on or have given away all the paid subscriptions conive Prof. Calhoun of Lexington Busi'his reply; "No I haint tuck none dream and remarked to a bystander f T. J. Pennington. tracted tor. Remember, the number is.limtted, and our readers who ness Collge was here" during first of address for two year." We were convinced "The end of my dream is near; that wish to take advantage of this remarkable oflershould do so quickly. week. Wm. Huudley while placing mail that he was telling the truth. woman is to be my wife" The byWalter Sandeis one ofLifingstous on hanger at unanuo last Satur Smallpox in Middlesboro does stander said: 'Why thats Miss Liza day afternoon was fired upon from Men-daright" said Mr. brightest young men was here notssem to decrease. Towns on Ann Wooaair'.-A- ll J7Tr. KH5r l Dm Eh kITTOV the bushes. Three shots were fired this side have quarantined and no Roberts "I dont know her but that W 3 H4 ratfrBHOTKt .1 ff3 na none of which took effect. It is not ESS uP NM 'lid 3 KiWii passeugersare allowed to get off dream that I had fourteen yeais ago G. W. Payne was taken to Louis- known who did the shooting. of the north bound trains. The will come true" and within three DEALERS ville a few days since as a U. S. weeks it was fulfilled. They were U G.Baker has a $50 range which sccourge is in many other places as prisoner. far south as Birmingham Alabama married. ShJfrujd Coyle was thrown by a will be given to the lucky holder. gives ticket with each purehase It is mostly confined to the. negro hoise last Thursday and danger- He worth of goods. When a total element. Customers will find our stock complete, comprising: many articles The State Board of tfST for sale a house of four of $1 ously injured. worth is reached theiauge Health has sent out warning, ad- rooms and lot of 2 acres with barn it is heie impossible to enumerate, and all' sold at moderate of $1,000 ' ' vising all persons to be vaccinated. in Brodhead, at a baigain on easy prices. The only place loth 'drugs aud groceries' can be bought. PreDr. E. J. Brown promises us an goes. - Also a house of four rooms scriptions carefully compounded. terms. article on the subject of "kissing," Sub Hituu. The best built Moses Payne while plowing and lot of one acre in Livingston. for next issue. house in Mt. Vernon, with 5 rooms Tuesday afternoon was killed by One good team of mules. A delightful valentine party was and kitchen and the best ccller in being dragged against a stump by W. S. Cummins. given at the residonce of Mr. and the county; on 4 acre lot, for sale his team which had become ril tIUR ORAN!) OFFER Livingston, Ky. it Wi tSS "wrKvrjgajvTmaiSisvrTtanrwauitsvF will trade for a small farm. Call frightened and ran away, He got or Mrs. Win. Poynter. To keep our j;rcat factory j iu ijn M j. P. Leiciiliter. on tangled up in the lines. Death re. v busy, and introduce early our sjilen- - XJf ffl Jehu Jones left last Friday to your oacaies repairea at et it. suited after twenty minutes after accent a position as guard in the S". V. Davis'. A new pad for $1.00 inal:c a marvelous offer dircrt to the rider. the catastrophe, He leaves a wile Kentucky Penitentiary. Estuay. Came to my place, near For Zo daj'i we will well samploa of our and eight childreu to mourn his unaiU '23 Mcyclcs at net cost to manufacStan- mouth of Skaggs Creek, Jau. 29 98 timely death.' His brother David Our friend Joe Waters of TO CUEK A COLU.IN 'ONB UAY. ture and r'.ll chip, C. O. V. oil approval white feet ford nccidentaly shct a ball through a black horse. Has three came up from Crab Orchard Tues Take Laxative Bromo Quine Tab to any addre-- s oa receipt of the nominal hud a star in forehead. Eleven years day night. his foot while climbing a fence. sum ci$.0o Denver, $5). 'riii3 5H&r! ets.' All druggists refund money old, about 15 Y hands high. Had a deposit is Merely to show faith on ("urchascr's Mrs R. M. Hosack, and son cloth halter on. Owner can recov- The contest for the C. C. Will- if itfails to cure. For sale by M. part; If you don't want to send money in advance, send Tohmas of Bell Centre, O ..are by proving and paying necessary iams Prize will take place at the C &D. N.' Williams, your e::prcsj amenta for charfjes one way and oct 6 6m vc vilt pay then tliootlier if you don't want the wheel. visiting friends and relatives here charges. Mt. Vernon Collegiate Institute druggfets, t on Washington's Birthday at 7 W S Bussell. James Hayes of Wildicsayshc 3 Wi I c.irtlTiilao,l'4 Inch laipoiteil tubing, flash o'clock p. in, a large number of Joint. IiiiprutKl fiii.jl ro) crnuks, arch crown, larso Uotaclmbh had four children to get married One of the attorneys interested in students are preparing to enter in riioctc(t9, ranilta f , ili'i nnu dacoratlorj', Morcun 4 WrlBut, within eleven month. All four suits relative to pikes and raiders to the exercises. The programme innlilotaba,liiKli(;niilnruIi-n.qaio'crepiirtlrif s nn .. -- VtUU. eloped mcit. Erioolrfl prlca on 6aniJi' was lately in Frankfort and iu over- will be of a patriotic character in hauling an old charter found this: keeping with the thoughts suggesUNDERTAKER Mr. A. Rentier one of the old fTOc?i,fiifTfi:' ABiiloDlnlmohIco, cqrjl tattlj for 03r?lca and oany runnlnr;. Pctt 1H tarli IILunlLu Lni n B,,aiu!i C3 tnblDKi two il"- -i o.T jkj, itrili crovra, detachablo eproclri.. ?, txj Signal, called on 'Bcginn:ug at Frankfort thence to ted by the day. The arrangestand bys of the fin.Jii'd auil Uii.omtcl, Itnre.i & WrUli'. ijidcl: impair tlrM, sinciu or doublo tnbe, Danville though ments of the entertajnnjent will be , high friJo crjulpment. Our.po ltd oci U u $24.00. us monday. He never lets his sub- irarrodsburg aud 'and on to the in the hands Hell's X Roads Literary Society ottthe scription expire. . "tublnr, ulrip nnd iltcorated, arth i'',j iTri.!fi f Uvit tneuiuui Crab Orchard." m . cro.vn, of the Collegiate Institute. al. rttalners, .wrM tauilard cquipmmt bot icit ., '.rlvi.ijiiBainplo boat lodiiuatir New s)l".ljy, . ; S Two stocks of general merchanUnuivick tlriM The prize, McCauleys History Dr. S. R. Senrbrough age 78 died dise from, the stores of D. B. Lang-fot- d NOTE. Choice ot Color, Style, Height oJ frame, Qsar, etc. I'tilly Guaranteed. near Pine Hill Tuesday morning. of Engjand, is offiered by Mr. C. nudity of Ihoio whctl3. Don't valt, ontui Ton t111 bo enriiriHI,l a' l'10 apppanniand A. J. Moor Oalando, were liUltorBoon. Yon cm makolllj Aloncy now Vfhllo this offor la open. I'rlcMwilltH niai He was buried Wednesday by the C. Williams for the best declaimer as our Ag;cnt, cellinaforiH. WorItocu- - npn'6 choice ot ca3li, tho (rcu uo o( u lauii 'u here this week. sold at auction ' wlicol.cirKltt ola whicl.accordlnRto vinrlcdoce. masonic fraternity of whose order in the Academic and upper InterA. Pennington our excellent he had been an honored member for mediate depart ttents. A contest "merchant, after a hard fight under nearly 58 years. He was twice of the remainder of the IntermediWo haro numbTB of 1880 and 1807 model wheels of various makes and nn j nn but all new 31i.trU 10 iiUi.OJ. styles, BomoalltUo "McKinlev prosnerty" has made- married and was the father of ate and Primaiy Department for the Two of R. G. Williams Prize will be held $8.00 to $12.03, children. an assignment to D.C. Poynter As eighteen Wheels Slightly Used, Modern Types, s March 1st, one wee from the Kent ascettai his sons are wholesale s.etb and liabilities not yet lnlallizcs mid (tliTereiit styles cloth Oar baslnoss and reputation aro knovrn throashoat tho country. Reference, my of tii " jjisd It isconfidently expectu'i that iu Knox'vilie. The doctor was date of 'the 22nd content. The covered draped caskets, robe, linen bosoms oipress companies, or any bank in Chicago. Art Catalujue Irec. Securo agency at onop. All Aripr Viv IplAfrnnh niflri nnil nnllnfs Mi. Pennington will soon be on his a man of sterling integrity and a public is cordially invited to attend r...,.uyniu.itfi cofn nd mci.. ' feet agaiu. the exercis'es. good citizen. Mt Vernon Signal JEST - sI i i Attor-neVj- . THAT LE HE - JOS-D- uck n ST? i - A KotKvrcotic. Do-in- -- lt 1 J IWayrcat-tiaiT- : BOTTTJS OF mx-tin- Cor-rtien- l. or terlan-Sunda- -- - pMmmmsgm wsmmmmmmm 0 ' f TO BE GIVEN AWAY! V Presb-terian- s. - onn-Robert- s FARM AND TRADE1 1 23-t- y. 0h fP?l;i I r' DriiQ'S, Medicines, (rroceries - V? V 22-.- KS4-u- -- $n A m ii.VftfV.A-vV.VArr- fl 22-4- Tii WILLIS GRIFFIN Mtifr &$ w - i n f I Int-- 1 (luit-pr- t( ! 1 - . Do You Want Cheap Whee!s?s ehop-uorn, - FINE COFFINS . s ? .- -? gro-cei- ( I , j e jt Mead vycie to., whicao i-- . p n. HER TOMB READY. fl Benefactress' fliBfltact Baroophnfrnn for Hotly of Mrs. Urnnt From tho Evening News, Detroit, Mich. Placed In Position. Mrs. John Tnnsey. of 130 Bake? Street, The sarcophagus which is to contain the body of Mrs. Grant has been placed Detroit, Michigan, is one of thoso women who always know just what to do in all beside tho receptacle that holds the trouble nnd sickness. One that is It is astonishing how many people criticise of Ocn. Grant In the tomb In iu miotic m uisiress. Jio a reporter a mother things they know nothing about. Washing " ?m .tho mother of ten children she said: Riverside park. Both sarcophagi were and have ton Democrat. raised eight of them. Several years ago cut from the quarries at Montello, Wis. wo had a serious time with my daughter, When the big granite block to hold tlhe which began when she was about Bixtccn body of Gen. Grant was finished, a sim- years old. bho did not have any serious but seemed to gradually waste away, ilar sarcophagus was being hewn for iiaving never had consumption in our family, lis we come of good old Irish and Scotch Confined to Hor Bod, but Hood's the widow. A pedestal to support the twin sarstock, we did not think it was that.. Our Sarsnparllla Curod Hor. ," I was taken with rheumatism and suf cophagi was erected in the tomb. Its doctor called the disease by nn old name which, 1 afterward learned, meant Tuck of fcrcd a great doal of pain, and at timet height is about 7a feet above the floor blood. of the crypt. It It ten feet and ten "It is impossible to describe the feeling I was confined to my bed. I obtained John and J, had as we noticed our daughter only temporary rollof from medicines, nnd inches in depth and breadth. jlowhr passing away from We finally Both sarcophagus weigh about eight a friend advised mo to try Hood's Sarsa-pariUfound, however, a medicine that seemed to which I did, and It curod me." tons. All of the exposed faces are high ly polished. The color Is a dark red, Mns. P. P Hat, Centralia, 111. variegated In spots. On the sarcophagus intended for Mrs. Grant there is Is America's Greatest Medicine. (1 ; six for (5. the name in bronze, "Julia D. Grant." The sarcophagus of the great union Hood's Pills euro sick headache. I5o. general has his name "Ulysses S "Mamma. 1 gucEs I know why Mr. ijun. by sits in the front row at the theater.' "Why, my dear?" , ,.L "So everybody can see that he s pot a hair left behind." Pittsburgh Chronicle. The Yonnn Men. Bookst? u Salesman What can I show you, madnni? I want to order tho Mrs. Struekett-Ritccomplete works of tho complete works of there, I've forgotten ngainl I know it's h Only Hnlf Sure. -- JSE FOR ALARM. How baldness begins. , it I either Wordsworth or Southworth, but I can't remember which. About the same thing, ain't they? Chicago Tribune. Cur(oiiih CnncN Decided, The general appraisers of goods passing through tho Custom House liavo made sev- oral decisions lately which, until nassedunnn by the Secretary of the Treasury, will hold good. But while there is stability in tlmt quarter, no system failing in strength can ho properly sustained without tho nid of llontettcr's Stomach Bitters, a genial tonic and Remedy for malaria, rhcumntism, dyspepsia, constipation nnd biliousness. 1 Rheumatic Pains How to prevent it. Rvery person, male or female, shrinks from baldness. It odds to the appearance The cases are rare when the falling out of the hair mav not be stotincd. and n nev and healthy growtn ol Hie Hair proraoteu The hair grows in the scalp like a plant in the soil. II n plant flourishes, it must have constant attention: it must be watered reRularly auJ find Its food In the soil where it Is ro&tcd. It's so with the hair. NcKlcct is usually the bcalnnlnK of baldness. DandruK is allowed to thicken on the scalp. The hair begins to loosen. The scnlp loses its vitality. The hair. Insufficiently nourished, begins to fade and to full. The instant need in such a case is g some practical preparation which, the needed nourishment to the scalp, will feed the hair, give it strength, and so produce a strong and healthy growth. All this is done by I)r, Ayer's llaii Vigor, the most practical and talim-bl- c preparation for the hair that can be obtained. It tonct up the scalp, does away with daudrulf, stops the hair from falling, rcstotcs the original color to gray or faded ol age and is a serious discomfort. i. Hood's Sarsaparilla Up Trim Mnn is born to rule tho world. 1'rone Uut romctimes he gets married, Then lie Quits. : Grant." So far as the labors of the Grant Monument association arc concerned, they were finished when the sarcophagus for Mrs. Grant was placed In position. There will be additional features In the tomb, such as statuary. GETS CLEAR ON QUEER PLEA. Federnl Ilnlldlnc nt St. I.onls Shields n l'nsnnclon Jnnltor. Ar best and cheapest in tho New South. Land S3 to $5 an acre. Easy terms. Good schools and churches. No blizzards. No cold waves. New illustrated paper, "Land nrpd,a Living," 3 months, for 10 cents, in stamps. W. C. WNUAHSON, O. 1. A., Queen & Crescent l'outo, Cincinnati. Lnnd nnd n Living T.ooklnir Korvtnrd. Rh He Date. And you will always love me? Do you think I'm a prophet? Up To X TRADC.MARIC. BAKER'S CHOCOLATE Celebrated for more than a century as a delicioifs, nutribevtious, and erage. Has our n YELLOW LABEL on the front of every package, and our trade-mark "La Belle Chocolatlere" on the back. NONG OTHER QBNUINB. Armstcad Robinson, the colored porter In the office of Internal Revenue Collector McCreery at St. Louis, has established a precedent In the matter, of state and federal jurisdiction. A week or so ago Robinson resented n remark mude by Robert Christian, a janitor in the federal building, by assaulting and battering him. He was arrested on a warrant from the .four courts, charging assault, and battery. In Judge Murphy's court n plea In nbatcracnfwas entered by Robinson's lawyer on tho ground that the federal building was a United States reservation nnd the state had no jurisdiction over offenses committed inside the building. The plea was sustained by Judge Murphy, who said that the'stntuto of 1872 gives the United States government supreme jurisdiction over such territory. This relieves Robinson of nil fear of prosecution, as the federal statutes provides for the punishment of murder only, when committed on government This Ts Ifovf to .Mnlcc Grnln-O- . help her, and. from the first we noticed a In directions last week in tills paper for decided change for tho better, and after making Orain-O- , it three months treatment her health was so that a tablcspoonful should ahave been stated AViViWAYi'W.ViftVY.YrWM (not tenspoonful) bo greatly impioved you would not have rccog. used to two cups of cold water. Try it this nied her. Sho gained in llesh rapidly and way. YOUR was soon in perfect health. The medicine , used was Dr. Williams' Pink fills for Pale The inventor of suspenders that would OWN Pedple. 1 have always kept these pills in tho never break would be assured of fortune. nousc since nnu nave recommended them to Washington Democrat. many people. I have told mothers about them and they have effected some wonderful "its stopped free and pet manentlv cured cures. .Vo fits after first day's use of "Kvery mother in this land should keep Great Ncrvo Kcstom. Free ?.2 Dr. Klinc't these pills in the house, as they are good for ticatise. Dr. Klir.e, 03.1 Archsttrial bottle FOR DECORATING WALLS AND CEILINGS , Phila., Pa. jp?gy many ailments, particularly those nrisinc from impoverished or diseased blood, and grocer or paint denier nnd do your own kal- - WllftiWiniUsomlning. However sad a man may feel, he loses his Weakened nerve force." look of sadness when eating a good dinner. 5 Tills material is mnde on scientific principles by machinery and milled in ; twenty-fou- r Atchison Globe. tints and is superior to any concoction of Qiuo nnd Whiting B that can possibly bo made bv hand. To bk mixicd witu Coi.d Water. The Sliver Lining. : To Cure n Cold In One i)njFOR SAMt'LK COLOIt OAKDS nnd if you cannot Creditor What, still no money? Do you think it is a pleasure for me in this winter Take Laxative llromo Quinine Tabic tr A'l S purchaso this material from your local dealers let us know and wo will weather, in snow and rain, to call here druggist refund monev if it fai'x to cure y :i put you In tho way of obtaining it. every cl.iy? : .NEW YORK. THE MURALO CO.. NEW BRIGHTON. . Debtor O, don't bo The A big man with n soprano voice sounds spring will soon be here. Flicgcnde Dlact-tcjust as funny as a little man with a deep bass voice. Washington Democrat. became alarmed, and being recommended Dr. Ayer's Hair Vigor by a druggist, I resolved to try this preparation, l have been now using it for three months, nnd am much gratified to find that my hair has ceased falling out and also that hair which had been turning gray for the past five years lias been restored to Its original color, dark brown. It give i me much pleasure to recommend this Iresslng." S. , Cr&en, Alderman, Spend tr, loirs. Those who are interested" In pre rvlna and beautllylcg the hair will do ell to send for Dr. Ayer's Curcbook, A si jry ol cures told hvlhe cured. This book of loo pages is seiit free, on request, by the J. C. AyerCo., Lowell, Mass. hair, and gives an abundant and glossy growth. Those who are threatened with approaching baldness will be interested in the following voluntary sitiemeni. made by Alderman S.J. Green, of dpeucer, Iowa. Ic writes: "About four months ago, my hair falling out so rapidly that I com-raenc- 4 ? I PA NT I ? a UHLLO UULII.UO. i I S; I 5 Calciino Fresco Tints I sj S: ej : 2; : s- - CS'-Sli- down-hearted- S.I. r. property. PIGMIES Eben DO HAIR UP IN MUD, Sonth American Traveler Reports Seeing Curlonn nnce of DwnrfH. r E Made only by WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd. DORCHESTER, HASS. f X f ESTABLIBHCD 1780. J 9 SOMETHING NEitfm. Cauflu Liver Jtteflicine. abreast with the inventions of this age, we, by modern machinery, compress our powdered Dr. M. A. Sim mons' Liver Medicine into tablets and sugar coat N V lit I. them. Consumers can either swallow the tablets whole or chew them up and swallow with water. The candy "sugar coating excludes the air, protects the punned medicine from rriicrobic influences, pre vents the possibility of deterioration from atmos- ipheric changes, insuring periect purity and full strength when taken, and makes it pleasant to just returned from South America, reports seeing a curious race pf pigmies. Mr. Sullivan said: "I met, while on the Rio Negro, one of the tributaries of tho Amazon, a race of remarkable small people, who were very ugly In shape; y the stomach is distended out of all proIIU Apprclicnnlon. portion of their tiny, spindling arms feel so soiry for thoscad-dies- l Do Wittc-r- l jfifS. and legs. I think that they may numMiss Askcns Why? Vf figJtt, ber 10,000 or 13,000 souls. "I'm nfrniil hodio of them mnvsHMlili "These people are not over four feet become golf players." Puck. eight inches In height. Clothing Is BInny People Cnnnot Drink; worn only by adults and consists merely of a cloth over the loins. Their hair coffee at night. It spoils their sleep. Blou O w iicn Is done up and stuck together by mud can drink Grain Grnin-- you please andsleep like a top. For decs not stimulate; In a most repulsive fashion. it nourishes, cheers and feeds. Yet it looks "They have tribal marks that cover and tastes like the best coffee. For nervous the upper body and head, made by slits persons, young people and children Grain-is the drink. Made from pure In the skin, are peaceably disposed and grains. perfect package from your Get n giocer toafraid of the white man." day. Try it in place of coffee. 15 and '25c. railed to Plcnsc. NEW ST. LOUIS DISEASE. J. Sullivan, of Boston,, who has DcnfiicsM Cannot Ho Cured by lpcal applications, as they cannot reach the ili.ic.ihcu portion of the car. . There is only one way to cure deafness, and that u by constitutional remedies. Deafness is s caused by an inllamcd condition of the lining of tho Eustachian Tube. When tliib tube gets inllamcd j ou have a rumbling sound or unpeifcct hearing, nnd when it is entirely closed 'deafness is the result, nnd unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its noimal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars fornny case of Deafness (caused by cntarrliLthat cannot bo cured by Hull's Cafairh Cure. Send for circularx, free. I' J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by DruRgisIn, irc Hall's Family Pills arc the best. mu-tou- I am entirely cured of hemorrhage of Inngn by Piso s .Cure for Consumption. Louisa Lindaman, Itelhany, Mo , Jan. 8, '91. that tlicy become narrow. Some men have such a horror of debt Atchison Globe. A LETTER TO AV03IEN. Philadelphia, will certainly corroborate the cla m that Lydia 13. Pinklinin'a Vcpetablo Compound Is woman's ever A few words front Mrs. Smith, of reliable friend. I'. "I cannot praiso Lydiatoo Vegetable Compound highly. " For nine weeks I was In bedsuffer- - ' Jng with inflammation nnd congestion of tho ovaries. I hnd a dis- if you've nothing better to do, in the time thats saved by wash-inwith Pearline. Better be sitting1 in idleness than to spend unnecessary time washing with soap, doing unhealthy and weary ing work. But almost every woman has something or other mac sue uuks 01 uoing -- wnen x gee time ior it. wasning era with Pearline will save time for it. e MV?v Twiddle your thumbs, Pink-ham- 's :"4fe - A J ilfek w charge all the time. When lying down nil the time, I 1 felt quite comfort able; but as soon as I would put my feet on tho floor, the pains would come back. " Evory one thought It was Impossible for me to get well. I was paying SI per day for doctor's visits nnd 75 cents a day for medicine. 1 made up my mind to try Mrs. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It hns effected a complete euro for me, and I have all the faith in the world In it. What a blessing to woman It Is!" Mns. Jennie L. Smith, No. 324 Kauffman St., Philadelphia, Pa. rtaKi "3rW - 3n vra- - F5 feaj iti:coiir tiii: KECOItl) is i'niikokkx. Till: 8TIM. RUES ON. C 3 WW Its i Cyclonic Nenrouls la neaponnlule for unpopular. Dick How? Ilundredn of Suicides. "St Louis has what is technically "By putting on such airs." Up to Dite. known as 'cyclonic neurosis,' " said Dr. Mnp Pnczlc Kducntor. G. Wiley Broome, of that clity, spealdng Sent out by the Chicago Great Western of the scenes witnessed In the city dur- Railway, is a dissected map of the I nitcd States printed on heavy cardboard and the ing the recent windstorm. pieces together consists in "Neurosis commonly Is a functional puzzle to form the putting themap. It will be complete so as t(he nerves. Cyclonic neuaffection of found interesting nnd instructive to old rosis is attributable to fright and ex- nnd young. Send ten cents to Puzzle Dent., citement occasioned by .the cyclone. Chicago (Jreat Western Ry., Quincy Building, Chicago, 111. Hundreds of cases of suicide are ascribed to the cyclone of May, 180G." We wonder why a hammer driving a nail Dr. Broome was asked what, remedy he might suggest. "There is only one, an abatement of strong winds," he replied. crat. After a girl passes 20, she should' quit the baby stare. Atchison Globe. on Sunday always sounds so much louder than on week days. Washington Demo- Tom That composer made himself very 9LM P3 jtM is tiii: jirASTcn ItHKUMATISM, NKIIKALOIA, SCIATICA, I.UUUAGO. cuitu ion C3 WW 0 m Srl s$eas'43'3&8GOi3ecica FOR 14 CENTS jf tomerif, una hrucolter ?. 1 l'ke. llUir Uartlnli. 10. Pkc. KirlrhDrlnirTuriilii. lil.i 9 " Kuliert lied Beet, JOo 1 " lll.marck OucnmliKr. lfr. rfc J " JJuoon Victoria Lettuce, lfo Q " Kiondyko Melon, ISo en I Jumbo OInt Onion, Uo S I 8" Brilliant Flower See it, 15c jg Worth $1.00, for 1 1 cent. AboTO 10 pkes. north $1 00, ne will mall jna free, together with our aft great Plant nnd He oil Catalogue J npon receipt of thl nolico and He. S nostago. Via I nylte your trado ajid V know when, xoa onco trr flalirr's O eeodsr wjllnevrrKetMoniTiUi. ffl ont them. rotntiiPHnt K1.00 l alllil.CitRlogBloaoCo. N0.K6 1 1 WaDo. " contain only the powdered Liver Medicine, same as Isold in packages by Dr. lu. . oimmons and we his successors', since 1840. Price (take as candy. Tablets recently patented folding umbrella has tho tip and handle fitted with screw sockets, so they can bo remoTer? for packingthe umbrella In a trunk. A" New Pol diner Umbrellrm. C0ISISTIPATI0N ygJjKCURE WWi'ftWiWvliYAVVWWrWiYWWi'rWAVrtWiYiViWMW gff DRUGGISTS THE MARKETS. LIVE Select butchers CALVKS Fulr to good light... HOGS Common Mixed, packers Light Klilnpers SHEEP Choice I. AM I IS Good to chol03 FLO UK Winter fumlly.t UKAIN Wheat Na 2 red No. 3red Corn No. 2 mixed Outs No 2 Kye No.2 HAY-Pritochoico PKOVISIONS-Mc- ss pork Lnrd Prime steam HUTTHK-Cholco dairy Prime to choico creamery.. APPLES Per bbl POTATOES-P- er bbl mo Cincinnati, Feb. StXtf 10111 15. It) 23 Cents r hckige. C F. Simmons Medicine Go,, 3 00 3 00" 4 00 & i 40 5 75 GJ 0 25 3 30 fi 3 &5 4 00 3 IK) 3 80 3 5 ee99SQSei98CS3 H1LZXR fiFFU CO., U CltOSSE. mi S f "A HANDFUL OF 4 OT T4 I St. Louis, proprietofis, M!o 1 5 15 3 0J 5 05 Si 3 05 07 03 (A 30 To California! Both tho method and results when ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD, Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant' ' particular address, ana rcircsumg iouio taste, ana acts For S. Q. HATCH, D. P. A., gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Xiivcr and. IJowcls, cleanses tho sys 423 Vine Street, Cincinnati, O tera offcctnally, dispels colds, fovers and cures hahitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its' kind over pro. duccd, pleasing to tho tasto and to tho Btomaoh, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho moat healthy and agrecabloBtibstances, its ENDYOUR NAME ON A POSTAL $RD many excellent qualities commend it D WE WILL SEND YOU OUR 136 PAOB to all and have made it tho most CATALOGUE FREE -ILUISTWTED popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 wiftvuwiLKncr'tfliinunKno km.s ISOWINCHESTEtt AVC . HEW HAVW. OWN . cent bottles by all leading druggists. Any rcliablo druggist who may not have it on hand will o SHADEROUMS it promptly for any ono who NOTICE fishes to try it. Do not accept any OH Hi UK Tnrrn d LABEL substitute, CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO.' UOZJtasz. XyEGENUINC: head-nohesa- A HOUSEFUL OF SHAME." DBRT SWAY BE j ; -- s clean house;wbth H to 0 0) 10 27U 51 V r Organ Substantial. Fivc-FJng- 0 25 (fMl 50 1 07J4 ft 11 os? isrcjoir This is the berth rate in the Tourist cat from CINCINNATI to SAN FRAN. CISCO, via the 21 7JiwmfmmmwiwtMmswfmmffmhwnmrmfiWfmtfmmmmm R Exercise, No. 2. 3 50 2 CO 4 81 4 0) 2 15 CHICAGO FLOUIt-Wln- A word which in the Estey construction means experience, best.material, deft fingers and improved machinery. All this accounts for the marvelous way the " Estey " will, stand in tune and resist bad climate. Many an Wheat-N- o. 2 red.... No. 2 Chicago spring COHN-N- o. 2 OATS-N- o. 2 POKK Moss tcr CHAIN patents 100 1 08tf 23U 10 5 00 0.1 2s) & 10 l'crmanentlr cureil 21 00 by tiling 1)11. WHlTKll AI,I,'B KMKUMATin CUIli:. Tnetnreit nnd the Iielt. Sample eent TUB DK. W1IITKI1ALI. MFQIUMINK CO , South Uend. Indl ana. on iiientlon of this publication. LAUD-Ste- am , 5 15 4 1 NEW YORK. FLOUIt Winter patent WHEAT No. 2 red CORN No. 2 mixed KYE OATS-Ml- xed POIUC Ncwmess LAUD Western DALTIMORE. FLOUR-Fam- && 80 OJJf 37! 5 15 1 37 MV, 31 11 OJ 01K 10 . 75 40 00 05 Th e Iff Ob 6 40 4 "Estey," Ourfire-polnlrdd- twenty-fiv- e years GRAIN Oats-N- old, is as good as new. ouriecomplefewitb, tkUlogu ent (roe. ily Whoot-NSouthern-Wh- eat Corn-Mi- xed o. 2 1 EsteV Of(lH CO. 'tsrattreooro, vt. 0atSB.2,3,!,Wheatt I How to arrow vrh.tt lit Jft&hti nnilt1lliiii.n.t.i ili.i'i'"' burley nnd IWO bin potato! per acre5Ll'hl 1 rnn ared inmnlei, upon receipt of THIS NOTIOK unit cent. In atumpa. JOIIJ 4. fimtK BUD, CO., It CROSSE, WIS. (K 6) - Rye , CATTLE First quality HOGS Western INDIANAPOLIS. 2 GRAIN Wheat-N- o. Corn No. 2 mixed Oats No. 2 mixed LOUISVILLE. FLOUR Winter patent 2 red GK -No. o. 2 white No. 2 western 3lk 54' 01 4 34f 70 I OOtf 1 01M 31H 31 4 61 4 4 - londikel If you are interested and wish to post youiself about the Gold Fields of the ukon Valley, when to go and how to get there, write for a Descriptive Folder and Map of Alaska. It will hi sent free upon application to T A. GRADY, Ex- cursion Manager C. B. & Q. K. K., 2litiari'. atreer, nicapo. euro of cnronio Soree of orcry now tnaoy Tears standlnu, or bjr what namo known. An for me provcntlon and cure of Oaiimeiie. I.",'""""!; It never rnMj.JJV iind IHood r...... l'ol.orilnir 11 a x rt, tin.PAni . v."...'T:"-'"-r.. . J. P. ALLKN MEDICINE UU HT. I'AUfs, ,tuu Kor tho Vlcr, Hone Ulcere unit Old kind nnd devlptlon, no matter mmzMmm ound nnd pormanont "." jror eaie uy urusmmim. il'. m--m and AVhl.kry Ilnlilt enred at home wltnout n iln. Hook of nnrtlculnrs ontriii;t;. u u. WOOL.I.UV M.U., Atlanta, Or, 4 4) 75 50 01 27H pro-eur- 4QMnSffiHMS (fp tUHtS WHtKt Ml ILotTAItS. Dcst CouKb Syrup. Tastes Good. SI), 3 75 W 4 fl fal e 1 tlm& hold by drug Bint. "EJ gl Ueo RjL Corn-Mi- xed Oats-Mix- 00 88 3)(4 wiiymi ll mii PORK Mess.,,, LARD-S19.U- ed U,, ,,,.,.,.,,,.,. , - 2K aiOoO 4 87l iovisvm, SAN FMNCISCO. ki, tm CAL km, u.r. Ut r iv A. N. K.- -E syi 1696 a iVJIK.V WltlTIXO ro AltVUKTISr.ItS pletKB atitte li'it vou saw Ibo Advei'tUe uifiit in title inucr V j ,i