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Key Wkst, Pin., Peb. 10. ttr. Adm. hands. Whatever may bo his policy. Slcard Is preparing a precept, or ad- - ho must inevitably pay attention to V.PUAHKFUHT, la SENATE The sennto cxcltlnu HkM Tuesday Of War Within Ono Week is vanco order, for assembling the court the evident demands of the American xd a long nndoption bill, which camo oer tha Itsbetts local of inquiry here into the loss of tho people that the Cuban question should special order In that branch. Tho bill up ns a strikes Maine. a Possibility. Tho war ships Iowa, Indiana be settled once for all and right away, afjilow at tho liquor tratuo and would mean loael bptlon In eery county In the state where and Massachusetts are expected Satur- "It bhould not take more than a few th8 country voto that In tho inday night or Sunday morning. Their days for the ofllcial divers to make corporated towns Is larger than was Introduced In them. Tho Senators Beginning to Hear From officers and those of the cruiser New some kind of a report, and if that is byj Senator Roberts, thoIt preacher York will probably compose a majority not forthcoming immediately there is from Owsley county, and tho People on tho Issue. by the" blggeu lobby that has of tho court. The court may proceed no power In this country' to stay tho on later to Havana. A room in the feder- - moil radical kind of action by con beon" hero madeany measure this winter. Tho lobby was up of minister! nnd rcprescn-tatlie- s Volcano nt tlio Cnpltnl That MnV Humt In- -. al court hero will most likely be secur- - gress." of the W. C. T. U. and other such orto Actjvlty nt Any iMntiipntJ-Onl- y n ed for tho sittings. This opinion is quoted because it ganisations. Senator llronston and several Simrk Is Needed to Sot OIT tljo Muj;- Jacksonville, Pla., Peb. 21. A spe - . reprefcouis' uknrly the private sentl- - other leading democrats Joined the advocates nzlne nnd Upon Hostilities. n I' fiini in l it " iimwuinuu uu f i(iii..u , mcnts"TM,6etiators and represcnta- - of jjthe measure and forced tho opposition, led Anii(n nM.i vauzuu w b Senator Ooebel. to break a quorum to prefrom Key West, Pla., says: tlves. They sav that the tlmo Jacksonville, Pla.. Peb. 17. A Sailors of the battleship Maine, suf- has gone byallfor any questions of vent Its passage. introduced; Trohlbltln? tho ,!locsn Bills bpccinl to tho Times Union rfnd Citizen fering from wounds in tho ICey West belligerency and that tho only point running of trains on Sunday except those carfrom Key West, Pla., says: The steam- hospital, are smarting over tho delay at Issue is whether the United rying perishable freight; repealing the act ship Olivette arrived hero Wednesday of the government in punishing what states shall seize Havana harbor, root wnlch prohibits Insurance agents from giving of their commission to tho party innight with a largo number of tho they term a "Spanish outrage." up its submarine mines and make it ftflart as an Inducement to sccuro business; sured wounded and many other survivors of free and safe to tho navies of tho providing for continuous sessions of magisthe Maine. The officers were, as a rule, world. The administration fnlly real- trates courts In cities of tho second class; requiring night cars on street railway lines in reticent and followed In lino with their izes the dangerous situation. cities of the first and second clas; nuthorlz-lpf- c chief, Sigsbeo, in saying that tho s Washington, Feb. 22. Representacities to" Incorporate themselves cause of tho explosion could only bo tive Cummins, of New York, Monday .imjv uiauiuutu lur mo purpose ui ascertained by divers, but many of tho 'insuring property in such cities ut a rate in introduced in tho house tho following cfcipctltlon with foreign sailors were outspoken in their declalnsuranco companies. resolution: bill requiring the school census in cities ration of belief that that explosion "Resolved, That tho sum of 8100,000 W o4thoflrjt class to be taken annually, instead was a deep laid plot of the Spaniards. of every five years, was pa sed by a voto of 72 bo and the same Is hereby appropriated Washington, Peb. 17. Tho news of out of any money in tho treasury not talt. the Mitlno disaster was learned at the BANKFOnT. Tob. 17. SENATE Tho local otherwise appropriated to bo expended tlon bill came up in tho senato Vcdnesday Spanish legation with horror and was under the direction of tho secretary o the appeal from thordeclslon of the chair, tho occasion for many expressions of lively parliamentary battle was expested, tho navy for the erection of a monu' tho most profound rcgrot and condol:d the lobbies were crowded with tho friends ment nt Port La Payette, N. Y liar ence. Early In the day Scnor Du llosc, :l;opponents ot the bill President pro tern, bor, in honor of tho ofllcers, sailors and Cbcl took tho chnlr nendln-- r thn nnnenl. tho Spanish charge d'affaires, received marines of the United States war vesnator Hays moved to postpono the wholo u nu ssago irom Lapt. Ucn. I kkvo ttcr till Thursday on account of tho illness sel, the Maine, who lost their lives In whit h had been filed at Havana at a tho harbor of Havana on tho night of 6j Senator Alexander, lwno took the o'clock Wednesday morning.- - It read wpcnL Tho was motion defented Tuesday, February 15, 1898." yens 10, najs 19. as follows: The question was Havana, Feb. 22. Consul General tb'cn put on sustaining the chair's decision and "With profound regret I have to inLeo says the Spanish ollicials are not .rjfeulted. yeas 10, najs a No quorum voting form you that tho American bhlp undisposed. ,tso. appeal Further coninterfering with the investigation into tiraeratlon remainedbill was postponed untilMaino in this harbor blew tip by an of tho the causes of tho disaster. Ho has no- Thursday. The houso bill to regulato tho man-p- r undoubtedly 'chance accident, believed pf paying miners, as nmerded by way of tified the captain of the port that tho to robiilt from an explosion of tho wrecking tug Right Arm will bo hero "sjbstituto offered by tho committee, was boiler of tho dynamo. Immediately .jwsied. Tho BATTISIIIP MAINE. Tuesday from the Mcrrltt & Chapman nlitiera shall be substitute provides that tho following the nccldent all tho disposapaid in lawful money on or 16th of eaoh month for tho previous ble elements of tho capital hastened to (Blown Up In Havana Harbor on the Derrick and Wrecking Co. No objecEvenlnc of Feb. 15) tion will bo mado to tho presence of roonth's w orlt, or else tho operator must issue the spot to extend every aid possible. to them interest-bearin- g duo Theso included tho force of the marine In their minds there is no doubt as tho tug or her prospective work. She "JIIouse Tho hous,o spent bills. four hours probably will make an early attempt yt4ncsdny Ulicutslnjj tho ocr lire brigado and all tho generals in to the cause of the explosion, and they Dronston prison Havana, ninong them my explain the delay in taking summary to save the big guns and if possib'otho commls ion bill, and finally pissed it by u voto more valuable parts of tho Maine's ma- of C3 to 31. All the republicans present voted Tliero have been deaths and wounded. notion by baying that tho president is nsainst the bill and eight democrat). Tho bill p I havo sent an to oiler morally certain that there was no ac- chinery. Tuesday morning Consul Gen. Lee at pa scd provides for tho election by tho pros-ecver absibtanco to the North American cident, and, wishing to doccivo the lcglslnturo of tbrco pri on commisconsul that he may wish for. I will Spaniards with a feeling of secur- w ill escort the ofllcers of the court of sioners, for two, four and six years Inquiry to pay visits of ceremony to who shull tako chargo of both fortvi.i'1 further details as thcybecomo ity, is using the short time to penitentiaries at once and conduct them available. Signed make the necessary preparations to the captain general and Adm. Mantc-rol"Hlakco." under the present warden system. Tho salary Havana, Feb. IS. Tho interment of enforce his ultimatum. If no action is rtf.lnA nmmietnnnra tu fWnrt nt R IW1 Tlnnrn. Monday the divers found u copper 'sctative .Williams moved to reconsider tho the martyrs of tho Maine took placo taken, they say, not a man among Thurbfiay afternoon about 5 o'clock. them will again pace tho deck of an cylindor'uscd in conveying charges to fvo'fl by which his bl.ickbSrry wine llconso bill Jiliortlv Worosthe hour nil Havana wns American but if business tllfe six innli mins- - Tim fnnt- tlm, It- .u.iwost.' He Bccurod tpo reconsideration and TnTmoYemcnJT Tlio ilngs ou'tlio public is meantit would take i "strong force I had isxploded seems IriJ&awjiiatilhcr.oJ llMbillJpasscd. It rcnulres-- llcencato sell buildings were at half mast and many to keep them from hurrying to tho was an explosion in the magazine for ingof quail for IIvo' years was killed. TheSar-eei- jt of the houses were draped in mourn- front, wounded though they are, to fixed ammunition on the port side forbill to make counties llablo for loss of llfo nni) property caused by mob3 was reported ading. All classes were represented in take a hand in what they look upon ns ward. All the wounded men except two aro versely by tho committee and killed. tho throngs that filled the streets along a personal vengeance. IiAJ.KFonT, Teb. 18. Senate Measures Paul Loftus and ono pajsed: Resolution providing for a committee Kl-which tho funeral procession passed to Wkst, Peb. 21. News was re- doing well. other will bo taken to Key West Wed- of tho ccmotcry. ceived hero Sunday morning to tho efto visit the Eddyvlllo penitentiary and ascertain Us needs: bill authoriz fect that Capt Slgsbqc and his ofllcers nesday by the llache. ing tho city of Henderson to establish a freo inMonday afternoon the court of wero now convinced of treachery and high school; bill county foul play In tho Maino Yreck, and that quiry personally inspected the wreck superintendents providing that record school of all shall kcop n Capt. Sigsbeo had mado an important of the Maine by the invitation of Capt sihooldtstrlcts, puplls.ota.nid rj'.levlng county Pcral, appointed by the Spanish gov- clerks from further duties In tiut connection; report to tho Washington officials to ernment as a special judge to investi to regulate the price of clrous hcensoi by tho that effect. No details are given, savo gate tho .disaster, and his secretary number of cars used to transport tho circus. the bare fact that something has been 1 camo up Capt Tho loo option billtho chair. on the appeal discovered convincing Sigsbeo of foul viewed tlio divers at work. President Pro from Peral expressed his appreciation of Tem tho decision of absent. Senator McClure play. Goebel being the courtesies shown to him by the was culled to tho chair. The opponents of tho It was given out Saturday from a court of inquir'. bill again refused to vole and succccdod In source that is almost that A number of bodies quorum, aud the appeal were discovered breaking n of. tho divers sent down on behalf of the undisposed United States to cxamlno the wreck Monday in the forward hatch. It was House T ho houbo held Its first nfternoon sesof the Maine have made a preliminary not possiblo to remove them, but they sion Thursday.and resumed consideration of tho blll,to allow a majority voto to uu'horlze turnreport of tho result of their work, and probably will be removed Tuesday. pike Instead of It was passwhich tho exploFeb. 22. The board of in- ed bybonds 3). Tho till to uppr rrlate $10,000 Havana, that tho magazine in 07 to sion is supposed to havo occurred is in- quiry, appointed by Adm. Slcard, ar- to establish a medical department to tho A. tact. If this report is true, an entirely rived here Monday on board the light-hous- o and M. college w as defeated jeas, 15; nays, G3 require to tender Mangrovo and got to The bill to franthlso tho railroad commissionwell different aspect is given to the terrific assess tho ano of railroads ns explosion which brought death and de- work at once. as the tangible property was passed j eas, 07; After a personal examination of tho nays, (I, struction to the 'Maine. This report FnANKFonT. Ky Feb. 19. Doth houses ot wreck, the board will meet cither on reaching Key West, it is said, caused resolutions tho members of the court" of Inquiry to the Mangrove or Fern, in Havana har- tho legislature Fiiduy adopted S Uurday it will that when they adjourn decide to proceed to Havana Sunday, bor. Adm. Sieard says tho court will bo till Wednesday. It was bill day In tho CArT. CHARLES D. BIGSBnE. and begin their investigation! at onco, in all probability hold another session houso. Representative Mallory, of Todd, introduced n bill which is intended to gerrymandin Key West Washington, Feb. 18. Tho follow- ins tend ot organizing the court here. er tho Third congressional district. CongressCapt. Sigsbee and other Maine ing cablegram from Capt. Sigsbeo at Washington, Feb. 22. Congress is man Rhea camo here Friday night to push in Havana will tell their story. tho bill. Senutor Goebel. chairman of tho Havana, dated Thursday, was received not disposed .to wait Very' long for tho The Mangrove carried a number of Joint dcinocr.itic caucus. Frlduy morning issued Thursday evening'by tho secretary of rctiort of tho naval court of inquiry in the navy: tlio,. Maine explosion. Private talks expert divers, and their work under n call to meet nt 8 o'clock Friday night to tako en tho Twenty-sevewero buried Thursday wttli members, both ofc th'o senate ana the supervision ot tho board will prob- action Ellis, Goebel "forco bill." I)la:kburn, Rhen, nnd other party afternoon, 25 found in harbor and two tho house, clearly indicate that .there, ably have much to do toward discover- hero worklugEnloethe bill. Chairmanleaders are Johnston, for of tho stnto centr.il committee Hon. D. 11. died in hospital. Following only can is'a volcano at the 'oapifol whVch may ing' tho causo of the explosion. bo recognised: Dicrking drummer; burst into activity at almost any time,. Tho report that the Washington ad- Smith and other party dignitaries, aro workthe measure oponly, and a split In tho Tho pictures of tho wreck received ministration has decided to send an- ing for would J. S. Graham, W. II. Tinsman, landscaucus not Ijo a surprise. man; Itiown, sergeant of marines; here Monday, coupled with tho general" other hero lias caused unKeys, ordinary tenor of newspaper dispatches,, have-gon- easiness. Rabid Spaniards aro threat Xcro, chief machinist; ARMORED VESSELS, man; 0. Sheridan, Gaffney, i far to convince members of 'con'--- , ening, and trouble Is feared. l'roteotod Crnlsers nnd Torpedo Iloat T .. Seary, firemen; Golpine, marine; gress that the Maine was blown up .. t. is now an established fact that Ilulltliiifr In Knglund Several from the putside. They nro willing o the harbor of Havana is filled with Kane, coal passer; J. Smith, seaman. Aro for Sale, Washington, Peb. f8. Facts wero wait a reasonable length of tlmo fgr submarine mines nnd torpedoes. London, Feb. 23. Six armored vesft,wy but theories plentiful, in tho navy tho board of Inquiry to discovdr some- These havo been depended upon by tho sels, six protected cruisers, 13 torpedo tloartmcnt Thursday so far as tho thing definite, but as the general opin- Spanish government as tho principal bout destroyers and flvo torpedo Maine disaster was concerned. Out-sid- o ion is in favor of a torpedo or subma- defense works ngainst outsldo inter- boats are now building1 In Great Britain for foreijm governments of tho action indicated by Adm. rine mine, failure to discover posltlvo ference. Slcard in tho appointment of tho court evidence of an nccident will servo to which They wero placed tliero by Gen. of number nro pur- n of inquiry and the adoption of further confirm this opinion, Weyler. Their presence and location cnasable, although Japnn is supTho Allen resolution fpr an inquiry aro known to a number of Weyler's old posed to havo an option on several of measures for tho disposition of tho wounded and tho interment of tho by the naval committee of tho Senate ofllcers who are still in Cuba, as well them. Thoso warships, which havo dead tho department ollicials felt that was passed Monday without opposi- as to Blanco's nppointccs, who aro now been ordered for South American gov there was little to do at this moment tion. That committee will do nothing, in charge. ernments nro coiisidcrred ns being for but influential members in botli tho and that it remained for tho InvestigaTho divers Monday continued the 'sale to the highest bidders. Thomson Uros. say that Spain has tion to bo completed, before further senato and house say with the utmost work of trying to recover tho bodies of frankness that they will not dare de- victims of tho disaster to the battle- arranged to man tho two rcmuinlng tution could bo taken. Washington, Peb. 10. The navy de- lay action in tho absenco of positivo ship Maine. Thcro is no truth in the destroyers of tho four completed somo partment has compiled tho following proof ono way or tho other as to tho report that another explosion has oc- tlmo ago at tho Clydo Hank yards but summary bhowing tlio total results of cause of the explosion. curred at tlio wreck of tho Maine, as not delivered, presumably owing to Several well known senators talked might have been inferred by tho re- lack of payments. tlio Maino disaster, from all available ofllcial information up to tho close of with Monday say that they arc being ports which reached Key West on SatTho I'realflent In I'lillailelplTlu. fairly inundated with letters and tele- urday. the department Friday night. PuiLADKU'iiiAJ Feb. 22. President "Total ofllcers and men on board tho grams regarding the. catastrophe in Tlio dlv.ers investigating the cause of MoKinley, accompanied by his secreharbor, and that 99 out of 100 tho wreck of tho Maino aro reported to tary, J. Addison Porter, arrived hero Maino, 355; total officers, 20; total men, Havana 20; total ofllcers saved, 24; total men of them look upon the explosion as the havo discoveied tho forward powder Monday afternoon In tho prlvato car saved, 70; total ofllcers lost, 2; total result of Spanish plot, nnd de- magazines, which were supposed to of Prcsiden t Frank Thomson, of the Conservmen lost, 210; total ofllcers injured, 0; mand action accordingly. havo blown up, still intact, proving Pennsylvania. Tho president was met total men injured, 57; doubtful (men), 7. ative leaders aro being startled by conclusively, so naval officers say, by Frank Thomson, Chas. C. Harrison, "Tlio seven men appearing as doubt- these expressions of public opinion, that the vessel was attacked from with- provost of tho University of Pennsylful probably represent that number or and thoy say this is evidence of a ris- out. vania, and C. Stuart Patterson. Carnages wore entered and the party was It s, whose lives havo been saved, but ing tide of popular indignation which Animal Fainter Dead. w ho can not bo identified driven to the residence of Mr. Hurrl-soat present on will sweep congress from its feet unaccount of errors in tho transmission less bomcthlng is done almost immediwhose guest tho president will bo Atlantic Citv, N. J Fob. 22. New-bol- d of telegrams. II. Trotter, of Media, Pn., tho during their stay in the city. ately to allay tho excitement. In the Tho "The 67 nppearing as injured are in- words of a distinguished senator who well known nnhnnl painter, died here president Tuesday delivers an oration three-week- s' cluded in the 70 appearing as saved. illness. 'at tho Washington birthday exercises was one of the most piomlnent figures Monday after a "Ten men reported as having died in the St Louis convention: Ho was TO years old. Ho leaves e of tlic.University of Pennsylvania at H hospital are included in the total ,U)tAcadejny of Music, "'Hie president will have to act s.oou, widow pnd one soil sen-at- ar I third-claichicf-of-staff. aide-de-camm a. man-of-war, n s semi-officid s. pro-idlsur-vlvon man-of-wCos-giov- c, Do-tron, THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, STANFORD. Y. 0tMO6Mft te the Lincoln Nationi OF Bank. By provisiom ot Ki ikwter, depositor are as fully protected a ara depositors in Natioaal Banks, iU ahareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par valu thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may Ad as Executor, Administrator, Trustee- or Receiver, as an Individual, - Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Kentucky, December 31, 1806. RESOURCES: 1302,815.21 Notes and Dills 1,005.62 Other Stocks and Bonds 4 202.41 Overdrafts 43,239.20 Duo from Banks Banking House and Fixtures......... 0,400 00 Stan-for- d. LIABILITIES: Capital Stock Surplus Fund ., Individual Deposits Due to Banks .', ICOO.OOOOC Cah 25.59X20 19,433.44 155,564.0 12.048.4! I337.C45.M 1387,015,80 DIRECTORS: J. J. Williams, Mt Vernon. J. 8. Owsley, Stanford. J, B. Owsley, Stanford. William Oooch, Stanford. S. H. Shanks, Stanford. J. W. J.-- 3, ' S. J. Embry, Stanford. J. F. Cash, Stanford. A. W. Carpenter, Stanford. n. Cummins, Lincoln County. Lynn, Stanford. N. Mcncfec, Stanford. S. H. SHANKS, Prosident. WWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, ani they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier J, B. OWSLEY, Cashie W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. ft BUSINESS EDUCATION Is absolutely necessary to tho young man or young woman who would win success In life. This being conceded, it is of the first Importance to get your training at the school that stands in tho very front rank tho Bryant & Stratton Business College, Shorthand, Telegraphy, ri LOUISVILLE, KY, Boo7e7ceeping, Write for beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates ocoupyinir promt-jn- t positions all over the United States It will be mailed FREE. fif - Druggists and Pharmacists. yfjf W U C.& D.N, WILLIAMS Mt Vernon, Ky. We carrv Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call for goods' usually kept in a s drugstore. first-clas- First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Capital Stock $200,000. Surplus $23,100 "DIRECTORS" J. S. Hoclrer and M. J. Miller. We solicit the accounts of the citizens ol Rockcastle and adjoinlnf counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with A vie to business relations, respectfully invited. JNO. J, McROBERTS Ctuhien J, S. HOCKER, Pres, J, W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Reid i. r. run, o. n. uaugnoian, w. n. iriuuic, o. x. xiarns, GO TO JONAS McKENZIE For Everything in Dru Goods, Giotnino, Boots ana snoes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Btt Goods & Inning .Prices, Mt.Vcnio Friday. Mj;. Signal 25. 189S. no mistake in its nomination or we may again have a republican to misrepresent us. I.et the nomination Keek the riijht man for once and the office will follow as a matter of course. Interior Journal. Ai'TiiR an adverse report, Rep icsentative J. R. Mount e;ot his bill for a constitutionol amendment, $I.0O making the payment of a poll tax SUBSCRIPTION ONI? YKAR a requisite to voting, before the House, and after a stiong speech Advertising rates made known on and hard work secured its passage application by a vote of 67 to 31. He writes us that he thinks it will go through the Senate all right and that it will Professional Cards. be submitted at the next electiou. Then will come the worst tug of P. A. Pennington, D. I). S., M. D. war since it will be left to the DENTIST, voters to decide and as they who N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts , pay no poll tax are very numerous they will vote catly and late against LOUISVIUE, KY. Published every Friday by JAMES M'ARET, a restriction of their rights. Every honest man ought to labor to carry DRS. G. B. & J. H. LAWRENCE it, however, and make the watch word "no representasion without and taxation." Interior Journal. PHYS1C3ANS lTOfiice It is stated that Spain cannot be property) opposite the Southeast held responsible if it develops that corner of Court yard. Main was destroyed KY, the Battleship MT. VERNON, accidental explosion of a by the mine or by a fanatical Spanish DR. A. G. SURGEONS. at residence (Rice LOVEU,, FARMERS' MEETING. Mr. A. D. McNair, of Danville, K. Y., will give a free lecture to Collegiate-Institut- e fanners on the," Fertilization of the Soil." at Mt. Vernon, March ist, at IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGEJ A splendid Hotel (furnished) sit- - 2 p. in., also a free entertainment uatcd iu Livingston. RockcastleCo. showing sterebpticon pictures of 6, 1897. Opens Ky., the junction of the Louisville farm crops "with" and "withcut" ., Academic, Intermediate, and , & Nashville aad Kentucky Central fertilizers. A book on feitilizcrs Primary, Departments. railroads. lias 22 rooms, heated by will De given to each farmei. fumac. Sixteen rooms with oak walnut and ash suites of furniture L. M Three good wells and a cistern; cellars, stable and necessary outbuildings. A store house which Split Hickory Srorus. has 6 rooms above it that are used in connection with the hotel; a cot- 2X to inches long, all white $12 per M tage of four rooms and a small one grade or better MARBLE CUTTERS, BRODHEAD, KY. room building ussd as a barber 2X2, 30 inches long, red, 6 per M an aiuuueu un u iui cuiiiuui-iu- g I'.-xi-. Miup, long, red, Monuments, Tombstones, and work of all kinds in thai 28 inches three acres; splendidly Jocated 4 per M line done on sliort notice at thp lowest rates write for esti Hotel has twenty regular boarders 28 inches lontf. white, mates will send a man to you to make istimates arc give and transient custom runs from 20 6 per M prices . to 30 per day. The rents now being SlNOLK TRK1C BlI.I.KTS. R. IT. IIAMM, balesu : n. received upon this property is 28 inches long, white, $1,000 per year. Livingston jis $16 per M growing at a healthy ate and beat any station To be delivered fore the year is half gone, a new 00 0 Mt. Vernon ' ty Fll Session Sepember 'J w i'-xi- TF Special Normal Work for Teachers. SCROGGS. Principal Coly er & Co. DAVIS & o J. ?xzi, citizen. Physician and Surgeon, lY MT VERNON. Ollire Noitli Mtlo Atnin Mrcet C. C. AUorney-atLaw, WILLIAMS, AIt. Vernon, Ky. Hitui's X Roads, it should have been instead of Hell's x Roads, as it appeared in our last week's issue in refetence to an old turnpike char ter, from Frankfort to the Crab Orch ard. LANGFORD. BQuOfiicc 011 2nd floor of new brick on Church street. Special attention given to collections. Hazel Patch and Crab Or$7,000 depot will be finished and between DEALERS IN it is stated upon good authority chard. L. L. Jarrutt, Inspector, that Livingston will be made a Brodhead. Ky. terminal station for a large number of L. & N. trains while it is already Come-tsee us. Will sell you honest goods at fair nrices. the terminal of the Kentucky Cen ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. tral. New buildings are going up orilo0J and lots are being rapidly sold 'all around the place. The hotel i KY . new, being erected four years since For New Wagons and The present owners are desirous of Repairs of allkinds on retiring from business after an active Farming implements. and successful business life. Price -for all, and hotel furnished, $8,coo We will do all kinds of wood cash, balance inpayments work that the For further information writer or need, from a uood farm apply to m General Merchandise Old Main and Church Sts., MT. VERNON, GO TO &-Herriii Tyree . Lv one-ha- lf pe-o-pl- R. G. WILLIAMS, Attorney A ttOrney atLaw, atL,a w, MT. VERNON. KY. G. W. McCLURE, Geo. Townsend while in town Editor Sionak! Friday went to sleep and on his Jm Mt. Vernon, Ky. Also brick woik and plastawaking Saturday morning found ering. Give us a call. W the care of Jailer Griffin. BETTER THAN PUTTING guarantee satlsfactiod. Our shop Mi. and Mrs. P. L. Nash and m slo cated on Old Main street South pretty daughter, were the guests of YOUR MONEY IN BANK. of the Court House. T. A. Coffey and family Saturday. -- Jajirs Maret, M wagon to the finest piece of furniture. hiiiis-elfi- Town. Lots for Business and Dwelling Houses. In the most desirable Part of Town near ' Where new'epot will located. ann see mem. Be 1 1 ivins ui I 1 ' Mr. Vkunon, Ky. 'All business entrusted to my care will receive prompt attention. Office on Second floor of new brick on Church street. Rkpouts from Frankfort show that a bill has passed the Senate taking Jackson from the Sth Congressional district and putting it in the Eleventh It is also slated that this bill will pass the House. So many statements have been made about the effect of this change that we have made a careful examination to see how the majority will stand in the light of the late elec tions. In 1S96 Davison's majority over Thompson was 2,481 Take Not much work in the stone For sale, stock farm in Rock quarry now on account of bad castle county, Ky., containiugloo TO VI F weather. acres, one of the best on Reiilroe's DUAI.V.R IN riioved his creek; Geo. Evans has 150 acres under cultivation family to Orlando where they will remainder in oak, poplar, walnut WHISKIES' WINES, &o., &c, make it their future homo. and hickory timber. All under ROWLAND, KY Lots of sickness in this vicjntity. fence. All .'Jje.grasses grou'WjeJl, 11 v. a. 1 ' at Langford every blue grass being a natural grwvth. .bine up Sunday school and $2 Splendid for all grain crops. Fitly Sunday evening. Five Geo. Brown is teaching a sing- acres of excellent bottom. 425fc good springs and two creeks furnish ing school .at this place. good running water the year round. Ranee Coffey and wife were visit- Twelve acres in orchard, with fine MADE BY ing friends and relatives here Sat- selertinn of fruit. Two good dwellT. urday and Sunday. H. C. ings; one of five, the other or seven John Chasteen and Lewis Mc- - room j. Tenant house of two rooms. GOOD Guire were here, trom Crooked Convenient to two railroads and best county seat. Half mile to school. PRACTICAL creek, Sunday to see their the ' giris. This farm will behold as a whole; ERR ELL '- ",'V M.a ' 1 at---- - "- kkii ' I 5 Win. FIELDS McClarv I ' WIT. Gentry, C. lime company M;nufflcturm ! VERNON ARE A3 . or will divide it into two farms, 100 BRODHEAD. acres in oiiq, 200 acres in the otlfcr Twenty-eigh- t This property is owned by a nonDied Mis? Mary Payne after a resident, and will be sulci .it a low the business. Also gene .' pec ialty. figure and on eas-'- terms PAIVfi-the last Republican majority in long illness. For price and terms, call on. or PAI'EU HANGER. Jackson, 1,072 from Davison's maMarried T. C. Johnson and Richmond Street, Mt'. Vernon, address the Editor of the Signal. jority and still the district shows Miss Marv Rash. AND SIGN WKITHK. Ky. F. FRANCISCO, Tiopr. 1,409 republican .without that counJohn Robins and wife are visitLocated at the ty It is fairer, however to take Wit. Vernon, - - Ky. ing relatives and friends in GarBrodl-Jead- , the last November election and the rard, Kv. on work. most reliable test is the vote of Liveiy Good Aallhcd onsult u f r y tl Thomas Baker, of Wildie, made ff UVu Meet all Trains, Day and Night. Shackelford, democrat, against BO YEARS' his first report to the Bower Gate Traveling Men ancLRailroad Bailey, republican. In this ConEXPERIENCE Latch Co., 011 Monday, which was men Solicited. Will fur gressional district. Shackelford's I forts and nish lunches on all Trains plurality over him was 576, but very encouraging to the Company. - danpers of can Tom and John Ciess were in our then there were 1.071 votes cast for be almost Hindman, gold democrat, 221 for town receiving hogs and cattle retlrcly avoided. When Yonr ITone Is Shod By WineofCardtilin. Parker, populist: and 208 for Wal- cently. TnADE Marks . MM. . IT ONLY COSTS AWStl Designs reiicvesex- lace, prohibitionist; making for the pectaut mothCopyrights &c. begun work John Williams has iftw Anynno sending nrkolrli mid deocrlntlnn may crs. It L'veo last three named 1,560 votes. Sub- on Frith & Dunn's store. vraS qutcltlr nsoertnlii nnr opinion frco whether nn Invention H prohnlOjrputontnlila. Pnninmntrn tlon strictly oonlldPi.tlaU Handbook rn Pi.tcrta tract Shackelford's 576 plurality itaiorgatis.and tKfjSV Miss Agnes Flyun, one of our ecntfrco. Olilcst rnren-- fomoruriniri.jti'titu r.tteut3 taken tliroucli .".luiui tc Co. rccclvo and the result shows n majority ipectal notice, without clinruc, In tlin best young ladies, is very sick. condition to do their work j You may defend upon it that it against the democratic nominee perfectly. That makes pregtv , WhflriVn ui3ai. To read evtry day in the year as heeu done in a scie"tfic tnan-ne- r nancy les3 painful, shortens J. H. Albright and a nun her of last November of 984. If Jackson A hnndiomclr illmtrnteil weekly. J.irec.t elr. labor and hastens ecoveryafter nililllon nf nny uricntlHn lourrml. Tarnm, $1 a others attended Court at Mt- Verand the fho.'- - will sia' on t.u- is taken out of the Sth as proposed, jcir: four montlis, (1. goldbyull ncnniloiilcra. It helps a woman CASH. hil worn oui. bear strong healthy children. ,illWH&Co:36,B" New York and is probable, we should deduct non, Tuesday. "! ilMnr. 125 V Gt..Wiislitnirton. D.C 1,072, the lepublican majority iu Hiram Castell choked Thomas that county against democracy as McClure a little here Saturday eve. shown in the last election, and it The marshal took care of them at fe aaBianaaiQK The Evening Post has the will be seen that we have a majority once. That is the first little troubhas also brought happiness to in the 8lh of only a nairow margin le we have had foi some time. thousands of homes barren for Market Reports. years. A few doses often bring3 of 6S. This is most too small to joy to loving hearts that long State News. R. C. Reynolds who has been for a daiing baby. No woman boast of and when we remember (Frankfort News. is thought very sick since Sunday should neglect to try it for this WHEN APPLIED TO the work and expense of a large Washington News. trouble. It cures nine cases out to be better. of ten. All druggists sell Wine number of candidates in each (Short Stories. of Cardui. $1.00 per bottle. Mrs. Chas. DeBord, who has county in the last November elecWomen's Page. tion and then Remember that been insane for some time made Children's Page. For advlea In cues requiring speelil dlreeons, address. Blvlnf symptoms, there wilJ be only one democratic her escape from the nurses" and V10 Lakes' Advisory Department.'1 Mall Only. RATES-- By Chattanoosa Medlclno Co., candidate in the next election, the was not found for a day and hight Tenn. 12 Montlia. .. $2.00 6 Months burden and responsibility of our and when fouud she was sitting by 1.50 P'onounccd ly Exports tho Standard of tho World, 3 Months 1.00 Mrs. tOUISA HALE, Month candidate for Congress are mani- n tree nearly frozen. She is still ... .50 .. - your donlor for WINCHESTER make of Oui- - 1 or Jefferson, Ga., says; Ammunition and tako no other. fest. The race is not going to be alive. CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. "Whsn nrst look WIno of Cardui wa hjJ been married Ihroe years, liut Fr&E:--Ou- r now llluutratod Catalogue. a walk over even for the best ' man Rev. Livingston will fill his apcoultl not have any children. Nine Sample Copies Furnished h Now Havon, 6x. months later I haj a due girl baby." :ii OHEQT2R REPEATING ARMS CO.,IHMIII IMIIIIWI JUji'T" On Application. that cau be nominated. It there-.or- e pointment at the Christian church " Ilil IIIIUWIIIMIIHI JilJ' IIH 11IWI J" 'J ' behooves the party to make Suudaj . BEST of Linn: and brick. They also fnrnisn Ivinie, Uuilding EM13AUIER, btone. either tjiuwr uoe or cut. Orders prom pi fnkd. STANFORD, KY. Stock Complete. Telegraph Ordyears experience in ers n Specialty. Horse shoeing a AS UNDERTAKER. H. B. S PRATT black-smithin- g Hotel Frith Depotwr. siviotners 0 child-birt- h en-7- X ! TlX it YOU NEED A DAILY vfilita' mw NEWSPAPER? CENT IsSBlES y THO'S TAYLOR Blacksmith, I - 1 child-birt- h. The Louisville Evening Post. I' MEANS Chitta-HOOf- a, 1 H 1 - ,o.: '''.V J'?iWFvX 4;:wu!igsii r 111 ay A ''See Mt the Date on Your Label and Remit What -- Owe us ELaiwi I 1 Itajitist Church Services on tho Second Snturdny Sunday night mid Sunday. School nt 0 n m every Sunday. Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights. Itev. J O inistor. l, A double clip farmers Red Phillip - Northern-gami$20 In the con test 'held at the Insti- cents at Thompson selling liquor evening of the 22nd. tute on the R. E. S W Davis'. w.w -- $55, ""- " Mt. Vkrnok. Ky Fkb. 25, 1898 Geo. Griffin and sister Mrs. Mary C. C. Williams prize of McCauley's Joel Stittles breach of peace Hayes, of near Wildie were here history ol England. Mr. Williams, $15, working statutes applied. ; always yesterday. the staunch friend of the liquor-$5- o n E T Entered at the Mt. Vcrn..i, Kjr.a aspiring youth, has done .much to malt mutter Dr. E. J. Brown was up fiom in their efforts in Stanford, iroin Monday till encourage them Butter is as scarce an article in securing an education. Wednesday. this place as flies are in Hades. NuTiCK. I can not run my buscollar for 30c; leather Mat Siler of Preachcrsville. iness without money. All who collar lor Soc; leather for $1.25; passed through this place yesterhave no special arrangements with leather for $1.50. Look foi the day with 13 head of cattle. Cattle Louisville & Nachvillc n. R. Co. me are expected to settle their acS. W Davis are becoming very scarce in this counts or notes for 1897, or make county. Benjamin Price, known by many some satisfactory arrangement. L & N. LOC4.L TIME CARD. If of Rockcastle's citizens died in this is Day Mail North... forthwith not done 11:39 am Notice. All persons indebted Day Mail Sout'h .. 2:22 p in Madison last week, at an advauced I will have to place in the hands of to the estate of Dr. J. W. Lawrence, a collector. Night Ex. North-Nig- ht 2:12a m age. deceased, are hereby notified to Ex. South.. 1:09 a m Jonas McKenzir. BOuMrs. Will W. Grimes, of the come forward and settle the same. , A. Landrum, Agent. film of Mrs S. C. Franklin & Co., Smalpox is still in Middlesboro, If not aettled, the accounts will be this place, is now in Cincinnati Jellico and other points. All sta- placed in the hands of an attorney selecting their spring stock of mil- tions in Whitley county are quar- for collection. churches. linery and notions. Mrs. Elizadktii Lawrence, Christian Holds services lst&3rl Sunday antined. One death at Middles11 11.111. mul otC:S0 ). in. nt Administratrix. A three room Cot- boro and a few new cases. It is Sale. tage on West Main street Mt. Ver- reported that telegraph operator, By G.B Lawrence. Vernon Signal. JUST ng Hames.for-4- 0 I "-"- "" ....... e I'isli-selli- tig 06y-Du- ck per. and lias the signature of PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same that has borne and does now on every . : bear the facsimile signature of wrapper., This is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA,'' which has been, used in the homes ofthe Mothers of America for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is the hind you have alwai,' bough 'H- "'' I was AR3 ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA," AND " PITCHER'S OASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK. VTL To ClrC FViQTH DR. SAMUEL CXMuu f CrsM - No one has authority from me lo use my name except The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is. id. President. March 8, 1897. Q&" ,x . & ,& JBST-Fo- r Do Not Be Deceived. Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the rn gredients of which even he does not ,know. non. Will sell at a bargain. Half Browulie, was brought from Midcash, balance on lime. Call on or dlesboro to East Bernstadt and address was taken home and doors locked. f T. J. Pknnington. It is supposed he has the disease. you desire to secure a 23-t- , WILDIE Jones Fish was at Mt. Vernon several days last week. S . Coyle, who was thrown from a horse and badly hurt some time since, is in a fair way to get well. W. D. Atherton, now of Highland, Lincoln county, is here this week looking after his shingle mill located 011 Clear creek. Prcsliylerlnn Holds services on the 4th Sunday MASONIC. Ashland Lodge No. 010 meets 2rd Mon. day 10 Am. ttli Monday (WO I'm. LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. Miss Rissie William is some bet ter. W. II. Quail. Logsdon was in from Gus Stewart, of Wildie, was here Saturday last. H. Blazer, of Conway, called to see us this week. J. G. Frith is sawing timbeis for Livingston's depot. The "wool agent' is one of the grand jury men. BQrSaddles! Saddles! Saddles! at S. W. Davis' at all prices. on the for the Old Reliable S. Signal and secure a scholarship W. Davis when you want to buy to Bryant & Stratton's Business a saddle or a set of harness or any College. other goods in the leather line. You get a printed guarantee on all TO CUKR A COLD IN ONK DAY. goods made and sold by him. Take Laxative Bromo Quine Ta 3 ets. All druggists relund money where will you find the merchant if nfails to cure. For sale by M that will do that? Which will you buy, hand made goods at the same C. &D. N. Williams, ' price with a guarantee, or factory druggists. oct 6 6m work without guarantee? When V. n. lironnaman was in to see the Davis saddle or harness begins us a few days ago. He claims to to rip or need any hair in pad, have everything cocked and primed bring it back, andget it repaired for a big tune fishing soon. He free of charge. The greatest offer says his fishing line is longer than ever made on saddlery. any of the boys' in his settlement. Come and buy and save paying for W. D. McGuire, of Goochland, repairs when your saddle begins rip. Yours. was in to see us on Tuesday ' last. to S.W. Davis. He tells us that he thinks of moving to the Bluegrass country to live. COLLEGIATE INSTI TUTE. Mr. McGuire is one of Rock castle s best men and we dislike to lose him. PROGRAM. hand-made BIf business "The Kind Ton Have Always Bought" BEARS THE FAC-SIMIL- education call E SIGNATURE OF Murphy, of Winchester, and Graham, of Cincinnati, are here this week inspecting lumber bought of J. C. Jones & Smith, of Jackson county. Mr. Brown, of Louisville, is herp inspecting and loading' spokes bought of V. T. Woodall. Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You. 1HCCINTAUH GUMMNr.Tr MURRAY RTRCtT. tllW f ORK CUT. TO BE GIVEN AWAY! GREATEST PREMIUM EVER OFFERED! r Johnny Baker was in It. Ver- price $1.00 a year. It is interesting to the home circle and helpful to the the Indians." fanner. All our readers should have it. A letter post marked St. Paul and Walter Mullins non last week oujegal business.J. M. Lucas, of Comvay, conic jn v;"' OUR FREE OFFER. bearing the following odd address, and added his name to our list. Mrs. Dr. Cooper, Louis Dillion . 4 "Are We God's Cdildrcn?" expire when- we have given away all the paid subscriptions con'Sixteen To One Brooks, WithFanny Sparks and John Reynolds attended the W. P. McFerron and G. A. out Aid or Consent of any Country tracted for. Remember, the number is limited, and our readers who Parker were here during the week. on Earth, Paris, Ky.," was receivd 5 "Jhntnie Brown's Sister's Wed party at Crab Orchard given by wish to take advantage of this remarkable offer should do ding Chas. McKenzie. Mrs. Newland, and all report and Jones Eish and Dr. Lewis, oi at the post office. The letter was 6 "A Little Maid's Sermon" elegant time. Wildie, were here on Wednesday. promptly handed to W T. Brooks. Nannie Carmical MissIIattieSatterfield, of Glasmi Bourbon News. lhick Vamon was with us this 7 "Fishin' " gow Junction, ariived, here last I McKenzie Brown week and is now, the guest of he,r best Collar., in town nf S. week with his "blue back speller." cgi-TW. Davis', trom 25 cts. .up to $2,50 S "The little Hero." brother-,:WH. Sattcrfield. , jour Saddles repaired at Maranda McKenzie forget the horse Collar Davis'. A new pad lor $i.oo .S.W. J. H. Tucker, of Maywood was pad at S W Davis. Song by Lela May Lovell. -and up. I 15 0 the guest ol his daughter, Mrs. JGS W Davis will sell you horse Awarding prizes Russ DiKiou; several dajs last in from collar pad for Cal Thompson was 35 cts,, 12 in. wide week. c : Glades and is still enthusiastic for and guarantee them to stay under Estray. Came to my place, near N. was Joe Hayden, of the L. & free silver. collar. mouth of Skaggs Creek, Jan. 29 98 hereagain lastj.week. AND The junior editor of the London BQi.NoTicrj. To whom it may a black horse. Has three white feet Dave Jackson' .was with our Kentuckian is making his mark as concern: hnd a star in forehead. Eleven years 1 m will on tne lourtn a story writer. old, about 15 hands high. Had a merchants this week. Monday in March 1S98 make appliy Miss KvaBaugh, of Laurel counW- - H. Jones, Lum Rymel and cation before the Rockcastle Coun- cloth halter on. Owner can recov-bC. C- - DAVIS & CO- proving and paying necessary ty, is visiting the family of G. D. Simpson and others, ol Wildie, ty Court to be discharged from fur Jas. charges. Cook. called on us this week. thet duties as assignee of the estate d repair all kind of machines, elected: Jno Pope, Pres.; J no. 22-W S Bussell. R. A. Sparks spent Sunday in You can ee me in Mt Vernon ev- Miller House hah a new of Albright & Co. The Argenbright, vice Pres ; Miss Ella London with relatives. R S Martin. Assignee. guest. It is "a little May Saunders.' Sec'y and Treas. cry Saturday. 22-wOwBN3, Miller. girl Miss W. G. Payne and wife went to The question discussed; Resolved . CIRCUIT COURT. Mt- Vernon, K . Hazel Patch Saturday to the bed- that wealth has a greater influence Monday morning, near Withers, Tnko Tussev and son Toe, of in a tunnel, Geo. Durbiil shot and . hung side of their son, wIid we are glad than intelligence. Jackson, were here amending Jarrett murder John to say is still improving. Pope for the affirmative, and dangerously wounded John Red- jury. John court this week. they had a of Col. Bently and Joe Dickerson Mr. vSmith, a lumberman office has just printed a mond. It appearsthat This Chas. Harris murder cleared tlWday before. The Judges for the negative. Dillarge number of marriage licenses falling out the cu- Wildie, was registered at the Steve Adkins malicious Misses Carrie Stuckey, Daisy ParsDurham followed Redmond to the lion Mansion last week. for the County Cleik. year. For Infants and Children, ley and Mrs. Geo. Ilerwig, decided tunnel where he foundv Ir.m en- ttingone Mrs. Isa Smith, ol Pine Hill, is -- store breakthe gaged with others shooting craps. Thomas Nicely was clerk at Jim Frank Prew'itt in favor of the Negative. W. R. Ztt tit' liSil) tcca visiting her father, Henry Reynolds and last auction sales and T 1 Wal- Durbin said: "1 have come to ing. 3 cases, 4 years Wix Dillion, Jos. Coffey, Dave c lace at the first ones last week. Tom Pettit sold 50 feet of his lot Griffin, Will Eubanks, Will Chap-pe- l Walker store breaking shoot you," and fired. The ball adjoining Major Jos. Coffey's to T. Red 3 cases, 3 years. and Walter Saunders were'' It is reported that a large num- entered the lawerportion cf D. Mullins for $100. Mr. Mullins in Mt. Vernon on Tuesday last. was Durbin ber of mad dogs are rilijutyg at niond's breast. Melissa Dotson house breaking will build at once and so will Mr. large in the Southwest part of this brought here and jailed. 20 days in jail. on the remainder. R, A. Sparks, Will Eubanks. county. weap- Pettit UNDERTAKER. Wm. Eldridge-conceal- ed Mrs. 'T, Z. Morrow presented ' Jno Graves and Robt. Coffey at-- . T. J. Ballard came down the first W. Tatej Dr. Benton", A, J. to Rockcastle county a splendid ons $25 and 20 days. J. tended the contest at Mt. Vernon, Ptke. John Roberts and qther po. trait of the Tudgo, last week. Jas Durham house breaking of the .week on his way to Mt. Ver- Tuesday night. non court for the first time since Brpdhead people were with tts'dur-in- g The presentation speech was made 1 year. court convened. Judge Morrow week. beautiful the by Mr. W. A. Morrow in Wilson Huff- - murder 7 years, came in one dot of adjourning ana was uiiswereu IAKMURS.-M- r. A. D. McNajr, of lauaKc C. A. Mullins -- malicious shoot- EVERYBODY LOOK! court because T. J. was not there orator, C. ' Tlnnvillf.w V will dpliuer a free bv our matchless ing not guuty. V He reports his the first day. ot lecture at this place on Tuesday, C. Williams on belialt Ctnn1 kockSmith Ping- breach of peace- - daughter, Mrs. Johnson, who has TilCtll nrO 1?HTrt ...1.rA rt I am selling the Singer Sewing March ist. It will be to your in- - "slV ; V $37 with working statutes applied been very sick, as being much betMachine on easy terms and keep rpinn ned loval to Judge Morrow terest to attend. all kinds of sewing machine needrr nr mid vuars which suecest- - Robt Owens, Jas Dolau, Sam ter. ofthe 8th reve-- edthe premutation of the portrait Reynolds and Squire BryantThe headquarters Uobt. Lear was'down from Jack- les, Oil, Bands, Shuttles and every Kuit Iiiliilizt8 mul Jdid'erent styles cloth covered draped cankete, robei, thing that belongs to sewing ma- cufl's and cnllais. All ort'er linen bosoms tme district have been ordered toIt now ni,orns ti,e north wall of the $' eacu' working statutes ap son county the first ofthe week. liy telegraph be moved from Richmond to Dan-- ' court room where the Judge has plied. chines. Will send needles etc., by do dny nml nlrlit.' las-meeting of the Lit At the Dan Quinn assault- - $10. villc, much to the delight 01 me (leall put justice for manj years, mail to any address, I also clean erary- Society new officers were latter and disgust of the former. St.? been returnd by the grand jury. 22-- 4L Sim Hkrk. The best built This office printed the bar docket house in Mt. Vernon, with 5 rooms for this teim of court. and kitchen and the best celler in IPS' W M Poynter asks you aga in the cctuity; on j4 acre lot, for sale or will trade for a small farm. Call to settle vour account with him. on J. P. Lkichlitfr. Thirty-tw- o indtctmeuts have There is a good deal of sickness Free to New Subscribers, to Old Subscribers Who Renew, nnd to those in this locality at this time par 'v In Arrears Who Pay Up Dr. ticularly among children. Lewis is kept busy most of the Through arrangements with the publisher, the Ml. Vernon Sir.NAI, time. has ecured a limited unmberofpaid up yearly subscription to Where is Buck Varnon? Has he neve'r- returned from Salt river yet? We, in this locality, feel somewhat Junior Contest. which we propose to give way as follows: To new subscribers, to did interested in Buck's welfare and subscribers who renew by Feb March ist. ruaiy 51I1, and lo suuiciibcis indebted By the School vouldlike to hearfrom him one to us who pay up. Chorus lime more. 1 "The Little Red lien.1' A PRACTICAL FARM JOURNAL. Richard Williams ' LIVINGSTON. Farm and Trade is a practical, well edited, high clasp, monthly 2 "Battle of Beal' and Divine." home anh farm paper, published at Chattanooga, Tenu., subscription - FARM AMD TRADE1 3 "The Claim of Susie-Mulli- ns - - 1 - he itefi-G- et . laitLOi r Hum Medicines, TOBACCO BSy-Do- n't Dryg Dru9s, Groceries -- 'Cheap, i CIGARS Cheaper, Cheapest 4t eight-poun- d 4t - - && WIULIS GRIFFIN I JBMiiA " "NT i , - .1 FINE COFFINS 1 ; -- t - "'V?'""''"' t v" -- "'" - , 34fiU 'Oh, ics, Jliss fiirdling is a cultivated BinRcr, Gut she will never pasa for n great artist, you know." "And why not, pray?" "llecausc she can Ring in nothing hut Hug' nicnmiincii. FIFTY-FIFT- H CONGRESS. MUSIC IN ATOMBif .TW A Beautiful Girl's Affliction, - "f)h, dear! Is that po?" "Yes, mid it is nhoniinahly good Knclish, too. ou can undcistand every word she Bays." Philadelphia llullctin. A treasure laid up is St. .Tacohs It cures the worst Neuralgia. Oil a Love A Ramo the result of which is often tic. Chicago Daily News. Very Painful Could Not Mqvo without Croat ing-Hood's Curod. Suffer- "My shoulders and arms wero very painful with lhcumattsm so Mint I could hardly movo them without grant sulTcriug. 1 hnvo taken four bottle? of Hood's and now llnd myself fico from lhounintlsin." Jlits. Maut A. Tcckcii, 45t Ninth St., Red Wing, Minn. Barsa-parlll- n Hood's Sarsaparia Is America's Greatest Moil.clnc. II; six for Ji Hood's Pills euro tilclc hotuache. Me. TEXAS LADIES Don't Llo. wtvp. QuItmtm,Tcx.,wrItcs: Alter 1J j eats' Buffering from Dyspepsia mul Mil: TIend-acl- o 1 was cured by IH. A. Simmons I.ivcr It cured my ?K j? Hotllclno. Constipation, H Husband of our llttlo Girl of Nurious- I W noes, and our Son of Catarrh of tlio Bowels. It cured Mrs, Newman of &&&$& l'ninful Itlointruutlon, nnd carried Mrs. Fleld3 r,ifelv throuch Cluincoor Life. It perfect ly rcculatcs tho Liter, Stomach and liowcls, nnd leaves no bad effects, wbllo both "Dlack Draught" and "Zcllln's Liver Iteguliitor" did not lenvo my bowels In such rood condition. 1 found more of It In tho rackatte, and It only required half tho quantity for a dose, and I had rather pay 25 cts. per l'ackaRo for It than uso "Zcllln's" or 'Wack Draught" as n f reo Rift. Bad Taste in lha Mouth. Digestion Is tho grand process by which nntnro repairs tho wasted tissues of tho body, which, when tho individual is In health Is performed with great faithfulness and regularity, nnd without giving nso to any disagreeable pcnsatlors. Indigestion Is ndlscaso which consists of a deviation from this ordinary mode of health and In tho deficiency or vitiated character of thoso pecrotlons which ere essential to tho conversion of food Into blood. Tho best corrective for thiscomplaint 13 Dr. HI. A. Simmons Liver Mcdlclno a tow (loses ot Which, Will remove tho offenslvo taste. ! lr. 1 iiupt Jtandolph, Ky., writes: I will never be without Dr. SI. A. Simmons Liver Medicine. It cured ma of and Torpidity of Liver nftorsevcral Physlclansand many Patent Medicines had failed. I took tbrco times as much "Illack Draught" ns tho directions said take, and It had but llttlo effect on mo, and I don't think It had much strength. Chronic Constipation mm Tho busy mother sometimes feels an In ability to perform her accustomed duties. Slio feels inactive, wenry and depressed. Her back, oh, how it aches.' When sho sits down sho fools as thoneh sha must get right np, and when olio Etauds, that sliemnstslt tlovrnirrho truth is, tho capacity of her has boon overworked, It has become exhausted and thcro is a breaking down. What sho needs is a courso of Dr. Simmons Squaw Vino IVino to rcstoro healthy fnnctlonal activity and giro tono nnd vitality to her nervous system. Backaches Common to Mothers. ACETYLENE GAS, The Light of the Future. Why not be Independent an dj onn your own little pal plant, which will ! you ilx timet more light than ordinary fri, or electric llfthti, it cost. Applicable for UR0 In clittrchei, itorci, factories, reiidencei and country home, .Safer than ordinary ai or kcro-e- no LSS Tin: lamii, br all the Hoards of I'iro Iniurance Under r Iters throughout the I'nltcd Matti. rlnt-claii want a aRtutln titty town. W rite for prices and catalogue. e pF flb 111(1 Moliunk Illtlff.. vtio ti. Arirrvi.iAi: loclnil, ti.xn ro. o. IUffUlar Smtlon. Wasiunoton, Feb. ia Sbnath A resolution of Inquiry offered Monday by Mr. llurrls (Kan.) precipitated a spirited discussion of tho Tactile railroad question In tho senate Tuesday. Tho resolution called upon tho attorney general for tho reasons which Induced him to abandon his plan of rcilecmlni: tho first mortgage bonds of tho Kansas l'aclllo branch of the Union Puclllc and having tho road operMr. Harris deated by n receiver. nounced tho present plan to sell tho road reorganization committee, as at the bid of tho defrauding the government of something moro than 0,000,000. Mr. Porakcr (O.) explained tho view taken of tho matter by tho administration showing tho president was convinced tho reorganization committeo proposed to pay for tho road nil that it was worth. Tho resolution was finally passed In amended form. IIousk Tho houso put In n busy day. The tlmo was devoted to tho consideration of bills nnd Joint resolutions presented under the call of committees nnd 10 of moro or less public Importance ero parsed. An order was also entered by unanimous conscut for tho consideration of tho Loud bill relating to second-clumall matter, on Murch 1, 2 and 3, and the order for tho comltlcratlon of tho bankruptcy bill, which begins Wednesday, was modified so that tho final oto shall bo taken on Saturd.iy Instead of Monday ns arranged last wcclE. Washington, Feb. 17. Senate A discussion upon const defenses was tho Interesting feature of tho senate Wednesday. Many senators took the, ground that tho appropriation should be for tho full amount estimated by the war department. Instead of some four millions less, benators l'erklns nnd Halo said thnt It was the policy of tho appropriation committee to make an annual cxpcndlturo of tlO.OOO.COO u j cur fcr fortifications. Senators Stewart, llawlcy, Chandler und Lodge spoko In favor of Increases. Senator Teller also advocated liberal expenditures, and during his remarks made significant allusions to Cuba and Hawaii. House The debate on tho bankruptcy bill, which Is to continue until Saturday, when a vote will be taken, opened In tho houso Wednesday, but It attracted llttlo attention, the Interest of tho members being entirely absorbed by the disaster to tho Maine. Just before) the house adjourned Mr. Iloutclle, chairman of the naval committee, presented a resolution, which was unanimously adopted, expressing regret for tho disaster, condolence with tho families of thoso who lost their lives nnd sympathy with tho Injured. Washington, Feb. 18. Senate After a spirited debate occupying more than two hours tho senate Thursday by a voto of 34 to 29 agreed to tho resolution of Mr. Turpto (Ind.) declaring tho senate's opposition to tho confirmation of tho sale of tho Kansas Pnclflo railroad. After tho disposition of tho resolution tho Corbett case was discussed by Mr. Pettuj (Ala.) and Mr. Hoar (Mass.), an agreement having first been reached to tako a tin 1 voto upon tho enso on Mondy, February 28. Tho senatothenat 4:10 p.m. went into exccutlvo session and Ave minutes afterward adjourned. House Tho debate on tho bankruptcy bill dragged along listlessly In tho houso Thursday, Interest In It being overshadowed, as on Wednesday, by the Malno disaster. Tho speeches on tho floor attracted almost no attention nnd wero delivered In most Instances to a handful of members. At 5.05 tho houso recessed until Frldny morning. Washington, Feb. 19. Senate A debato decided In Its sensations, was unexpectedly precipitated In tho sanato Friday oter tho consideration of tho resolution of Mr. Allen (Neb.) directing the committeo on naval affairs to Investigate tho disaster to tho battleship Maine. An arrangement has been mado for tho udop-tlo- n of tho resolution, with a minor amend ment without Sir. Mason debate. (111.) however, proposed substia providing Investigation tute, for an to be conducted by a Joint committeo of tho two branehes of congress. Tho resolution w ent to tho calendar. A resolution, offered by Mr. Hnle, appropriating JJCO.000 for raising tho warship Maine and saving what property could bo faed was passed without a dissenting voice. Adjourned until Monday. Hovse Tho houso debated tho bankruptcy bill until Friday noon and then Immediately after tho reading of tho Journal Mr. Iloutello (rep.. Me.), chairman of the naval committeo, asked unanimous consent for tho consideration of tho resolution prepared by tho navy department and passed by tho senate, appropriating $200,000 for tho purpose of raising tho Maine, etc Tho resolution was adopted unanimously. Washington, Feb. 22. Senate For throo hours Monday tho senate had under discussion tho bill providing for tho taking of tho 12th nnd subsequent census. It was so amended as to place tho census bureau under tho secren tary of the Interior, but tho extended dl which followed disclosed so wldo a dlvergcnco of views on part tho of senators as to tho various features of the mcasuro that no further action wns taken. A resolution offered liy Mr. Allen (Neb.) directing tho committeo on naval affairs to mako an investigation of tho dlsa tcr to tho battlcshln Malno was adontcd without debate. House Tuesday was private bill day In tho house, but llttlo was accomplished owing to tho fact that most of tho tlmo was consumed In tho passage of private pension bills coming over from tho Friday night bcsslon thrco weeks ago. Tho feature of tho day was tho spirited contest over tho bill to pay Newberry college, a Lutheran Institution In South Carolina, 815,000 for damages by federal troops. On It was finally passed. motion of Mr. Bailey, the democratic leader, tho houso voted 5 to observo Washington's birthday by adjourning over Tuesday, but Mr. Dlngley raised tho point of no quorum and before further action could bo taken the houso recessed under tho rulo until 8 o'clock. Tho republicans desire to go ahead with tho sundry civil opproprlatlon bill Tuesday. Flnt m From tho Republican, Versailles, Ind. Tho Tuckers, of Vc'sailles, Ind., like all fond parents, are coni ictcly wrapped up in their children. Their daughter Lucy, in particular, has given them much concern. She is fifteen, nnd from a strong, healthy girl, thrco years ago, had become weak and kept falling off In ilcsli until she became a mero skeleton. Sho seemed to have no life nt nil. Her blood became impure and finally sho becamo the victim of nervous prostration. Doctors did not help her. Mostoftho time she was confined to bed, was very nervous nnd irritable, nnd seemed on tho verge of St. Vitus' dance. "Ono morning," said Mrs. Tucker, "the doctqr told us to give her Dr. Williams Pink PilU for Palo 1'eople, which lie brought with him. He said lie wns treating a similar case with these pills nnd they were curing the pa' tient. Wo began giving tho pills and tho Sexton Moslln agreed to allow Mrs. next day could see a change for the better. Ireland, says the PititsburgOrDlspatch. to place a small oak table at thethicail of the casket, on which were dlhand some music box and a vnse of flowers Widow Ireland, wtoo carries trJefkrj of the music box, visits the cemetcrt daily, win or dliine, and pajB musir.n reverence to the memory of tttuj, cV ceased. While the favor Ue aixs'of snored melody ore being1 renderedj she ynVy j jMujA ililiffi dJI calmly 6itB on the casket close jto Hie vase and lovingly communes witih Hue spirit of the deceased. More" th"ah 2W bodies are scored in the big vaulTVantl as the 6ilence is so dense that aheanl The doctor came and was surprised to sec told us to beat almost creates an echo, tlbe impres- such an improvement. HeW,e gave herkeep one giving her tho medicine. sive but weird notes of the music float- pill after each meal until eight boxes had " ing over the caskets and emerging been used w hen she was well. She has not been sick since, and we have no fear of tho through the Ironigrated doorsfairl old trouble returning. We think the euro border on the supernatural. almost miraculous." FRANK TUCKER. FOR BOARD OF MARRIAGES. MRS. FRANK TUCKER. Subscribed and Proposed Ohio Ijiuv I'nttlng I'ermlti 23th day of April, sworn to beforo mo this 1S07. In the Ilnnila of I'hyslcinni. HUGH JOHNSON, Justice of the Peace. Representative Parker, of Cleveland, These pills nro wonderfully effective in the e has introduced a bill in the Ohio legis- treatment of all diseases nrising from blood, They lature which entirely changes the man- arc adaptedor shattered nerve force.may be to young or old, and ner of regulating marriages. had at any drug store. It provides for the appointment b the probate court of each county of o Information AVnnted. Teacher At what age docs a man usually board of marriages composed of phyget bald? sicians. To this board, consisting of Bright Pupil What kind of n man marthree members, persons who wish to ried or single? Chicago Evening News. marry must make application. The board will refuse to grant a license In State or Ohio, Citv or Toledo, ' I Lui.vsCou.stv. case either party to the proposed conFrank J. Cheney makes oatli tract has dipsomania, kleptomania, in- senior p.utuor pf the firm of that ho is the F.J. Cheney sanity, true or hereditary or resulting k Co., doing business in the city of Toledo. from vice; certain blood disease's or County and Slate aforesaid, nnd that said will tuberculosis. It will charge $2.50'for firm for pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars each nnd every case ctcli license, nnd out of the fund so cannot bo cured by the uo ofof calurrh that Hall's Catarrh made each member will be paid a salary Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before 1110 nnd subscribed in my of $1,000. vt piesence, this Cth day of "December, A. D. There is provided a method of appeal 18S0. A.W.GLEAr-ON-, to the state board of health in case of Notary Public. (Seal any refusal to grtmt the license, fi llairsCatarrliCnre is tnken into mlly and sets directly on tiic blood ami mucous of the system. Send for testimonials, NEW SEAL BADLY NEEDED. fiee. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by druggist h, 75c. One Used on Government Honda In Hall's Family Piils arc the best. Service Since 1S02. The seal of the treasury department Tho man who makes best of everywhich has been used in the divisions ol thing is nlw.iiH sure of themark", for Ins loans and currency of the secretary's products. Chicago Daily News. office since 1SC2, and which has been im No Klondike for Met pressed upon all the bonds issued by the Thus says E. Walters, Iaj Raysvillc. Pa., United States since that year, is bewho (sworn to) 252 bushels ginning to show signs of wear. The corn grew aero. That means 2d,'i00 Salzcr's per bushels other morning the chief of the division on 100 acres at 30c a bushel equals $7,500. showed the secretary an impress of the That is better than a prospective gold mine. seal, and requested authority to have a Salzer pays $400 in gold for best name oats prodigy. You new one engraved, which wns given. It for his Seed com and only $1.50 a barrel. potatoes can win. is an interesting fact that this seal has Send Tn Nonce and 10 Cts. in Stamps been impressed upon bonds of the to John A. Salzer Seed Co.. La Crosse, Wis., face nlue of $10,297,534,000. Of this nnd get free their seed catalogue, and 11 new amount $4,750,711,000 were original farm seed samples, including above com and issues of bonds, and the remainder were oats, surely worth $10, to get a start. rc5 bonds issued in place of those surrenWlicn n man shakes hands with his dendered for exchange or transfer. tist we wonder if he has ever done any x ' Mrs. Irclnml linn a Slimlc IJtixFtoll'ln, Dnlly In a Vnnlt." Mrs. Ireland, widow of Itobert Ireland, has decided to muke Sanatdgn hrr home, the hotter to carry out tlh'e instructions of her husband, whosebotb rests in a vault in Greenrldgc ce.rrieUrj annex, near Saratoga. Mr. Ireland, who died four months ago, was passionately fond of",mu'. Long ago he requested IftaatfcwMcli-eve- r of the two departed first, (tie survivor should honor the mcmoiryjrif Uic deceased by having a musxbokorsome r similar instrument placed in Itic and played at frequentjinter-vals- . NewB for Ihe 'Wheelmen. Tho League of American Wheelmen numbers neatly 2,000 below the 100,000 mark within tho last few weeks. In spite of this startling diminution, tho maximum of health may bo attained by those who use tho( comfoiting nnd thorough tonic, Hostet-te- r s Stomach Hitters, which promotes digestion, n healthy flow of bile, regularity of the bowels, and counteracts kidney trouble. It is, moreover, n remedy for and preventive of malaria and rheumatism. Young Womanhood. Swcot young glrlsl How often they develop into worn, listless, and hopo-les- s women becauso mother lias not impressed upon them tho w importance of attending to physical development. No woman is exempt from physical woalt- - Reason enough, 1 can tell you. I worked nvo years to lie elected treasurer, and then they insisted on putting in a cash register." lloston Traveler. A HnnilsoiiiG Mcdil I'npcr Cutter mill Hook Miir It Combined Sent free of postage under scaled cover on receipt of ten cents in silver or stamps. Ihe latest, best and most scrviccablcndjunct of every hiirarv nnd office Address Geo. II. Heallord, 410 Old Colony Uuilding, Chicago, "What mado you quit tho club, Rilly?" , Hunt Lnck. ncssand periodical pain, and young girls just budding in- WWw V& , fKSw A mmmrmmMt. L to woman hood should bo guided physical I ly as well ns morally. No Itooni to Turn. If you know of any young lndy who "Did you ever tuin over a new leaf the Is sick and needs motherly advice, nslc first of the year?" "Gracious! no: wo live in n flat." De- her to address Mrs. Pinkhnm at Lynn, Mass., and tell every detail of her symptroit Free Press. toms, surroundings nnd occupations. A copv of the new edition of Miss Parloa's Sho will get advico from a source that Choice Receipts will be sent postpaid to any has no rival in oxperienco of women' of our readers who will make application by card or note to Walter JJaker& Co., ills. .Tell her to keep nothing back. imitcd, Dorchester, Mass, Her story 22t is told to The inventor of suspenders that will not a woman, pull the buttons off vt ill have a bigger fornot to n. tune than n shareholder in Klondike. Washington Democrat. man. Do not hcsl- tato aboit stating details that The inventor of n kind of suspenders that she may won't wear out is nssuu-- of the blessings of not wish all mankind. Washington Democrat. to mention, but Piso's Cure for. Consumption relieves the which aro most obstinate coughs. Rev. D. Lexington, Mo., Feb. 24, 'OJ. essential to a full understanding of case, and if sho is frank, help is Women whose clothes do not look like it, her arc yeryt particular nliout their dressmakers. certain to comet Actors, Vocalists, Public Speakers praiso Hnlc's Honey of Horchound and Tnr. Pike's Toothache Drops Curo in one minute. K ) liuch-mucllc- r, Washington Democrat. A big investment for a workingman is St. Jacobs Oil. It cures rheumatism. - 1 the unwary. Humbug A bug that itlwavs preys upon Chicago Daily News. election. cian. Ileyoml Ills KiiowIi'ilRC "Do you really mean to stand by what you say about retiring from public life?" inquired the intimate friend just before an elderly unmarried lady. Lnml nntl-Llvlnir Are best and cheapest in the New South. Ram's Horn. Land $3 to $5 an ncie. Easy terms. Good schools and churches. No blizzards. No Itupturo. Btirccuro. Book free Write for It cold waves. New illustrated paper, "Land to S.J.Sherman, SpccIalist,Mt.Vcrnon,N.Y. and a Living," 3 months, for 10 cents, in stamps. W. C. R1NEARSON, G. P. A., Spinster Either a boy with a fop or an Queen & Crescent Route, Cincinnati. Whispers . break-ups- When did you arrive not to know St. Jacobs Oil will cure a sprain right off. "How do I know?" responded the politi"I'm no prophet." Washington Star. nnd runaway teams mako tho sur-fic- It is a knock-ou- t when St. Jacobs Oil cures Sciatica promptly. the kind of team ho drives. Democrat. You can tell a good deal about a man by Washington 11 h ii that kill aro not distinguished by any mark or sign from coughs that fail to bo ratal. Any cough neglected, may sap tho strength and undermine tho health until recovery is impossible. All coughs lead to lung troublo, if not stopped. Dr. Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral Cures Coughs. "My littlo daughtot was taken with a distressing congh, tho remedies I tried. At length on tho urgont recommendation of a friend, I began to give her Dr. Ayeb's Pectoral. After using ons r bottlo I found to my great eurprlso that sho was improving. Thrco bottles completely cured her." J. A. GrtAr, Trav. Salesman Wrought Iron Range Co., St. Louis, Mo which for thrco years defied all Cnr-Kit- doutms 1 89 e work for him. Washington Democrat. cus-slo- GOTHAM WANTS A FAIR. Hill lo Authorize World's Exposition In New York In 1001. Sena'tor McXulty has Introduced a bill into the New York legislature providing for a world's fair to be held in New York city In 1001. The commissioners shall meet hi .New i'ork city ns soon ns practicable after the passago of tho bill, and shall draw up a plan for an exhibition of suoh magnitude ns shall invite exhibitors from all parts of the world. The municipal assembly of New York may authorise the use of nnjvpark in the city. Funds shall be provided by the comptroller of the city, who shall issue municipal stock to an amount of four per sent, scrip certificates not exceeding 5,000,000. Kroin Ilnl' l the IIIkIi Clinlr is good to grandma in the rocker Grain-for the whole family. It is the lona dcsiied Never upsets the substitute, for coffee. nerves or injures the digestion. Made from pure grnin it is n food in itself. Has the tnste and nppcniance of the best rofico at i the price. It is n genuine nnd scientific ni tide und is come to stay. It makes for health and strength. Ask your grocer for Grnin-O- . ocrat. When a boy can't think of anything else to do he eats something. Washington DemFits stopped free and permanently cured. ,Vo fits after fust day's use of Dr.'Kline'h Great Nerve Restore . Free $2 trial bottle it treatise. Dr. Klir.e, 033 Arch st., Pliila., Pa. are people who think it is a big thing to play no cards but whist. Washington Democrat. To Cure n Coltl In One JOny Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tnbh tr. All druggists refund monev if it fails to cure. 25' . Pleasure scon palls when it costs nothing. Ram's Horn. Disfigured from a bruise? No; not When St. Jacobs Oil cures it. No chance. AyGi& Gheriry Pectoral at half price - - 50 cants j.jKj HHftJ JAYrWfWiYMiWiYtfiViV B Is put up Sn half sSzo bottles IUUI1 I I Mil OWN Go to your grocer and get a 15c. package of to-day G ETTING IN SHAP E. Tho Navy Department Is Placing Warships nt 1'hllnUclphla Itcmly for tin llincr-gency. Snlnrlen of Corporation of London. In stipends, salaries and' wages to their numerous officers, clerk and staff the corporation of London peimls yir y upward of JC 100.000. ALL Aotivityin THE MARKETS. all tho various departments of repairs, at League Island has been Ot.ciNNATi, noticeablo for the Inst few days, al- f.IVK STOCIC Cattle,comrcon.8 3 00 Feb. 3 90 a 4 40 4 00 though tho authorities declare that it Select butchers Is simply tho regular orderof business, ' 'A l.'i:s Fair to good light... 0 00 f 0 75 3 B0 4 00 It takes the place of cof- and not duo to tho recent destruction iUO.S Common 4 4 15 M.xtfd packers Light hhinpers 4 00 15 of the Maine. fee at the cost. Choice 4 40 4 00 Hi.:.' tlojd to cholcs The cruiser Columbia is in commis .M I 5 00 5 0) 3 75 4 10 ;& Made from pure grains it sion and ready for duty at any time, f. il'IJ Wheat family Winter No. 2 red..... 100 and her sister ship, tho Minneapolis, ult N N 3 red is nourishing and healthmi No. 'i 31", is ready for sea, with tho exception of Cm No. S mixed C8V ful. u.its her hull, which is not painted. 55 Kjc No. 2 9 00 0 25 Ship joiners are busy on tho modern Insist that yonr trrooer sires 70a GH AIN-50 AttvutUV lUJlLAUUUt monitor Miantonomnh I'liOVIMONS Mess pork 5 07!,: L'ird l'rlmo steam 10 and her machinery has been carefully MUrillK-ChoI- co dairy SlU IMmo examined. Tho ram Katahdin is being AI'l'J.KS-Per- to choice creamery.. 3 M 4 0) overhauled. Tho gunboat Princeton 2 00 2 15 aoseesoeseeeeecseeeeeeee is lying nt Dialogues, Camden, waitCHICAGO ing for her rigging. ri.OUn-Wln- tcr 4 80 4 00 patents 03'J The old monitors Knhant, Montuuk, UUAIN 2 Wheat No. 2 red.... I 05 Chicago spring No. B Larirot growers 01 Orou and Clover Seeds 29,H 291.' No. 3 America. toooncref. UurUrass Mlxtiirinl.it S In lifetime. Meadow, .own In April will giro a a Jason, Catskill, Lehigh, Canonicus, COItN No. 2 aa a 2i): OATS routlngcrop In July, l'rlces dirt cheap. Jlani-- a Manhattan and Mahopac arc lying in I'OHIC Moss 1005 1100 pkgf. Oras and Grains, tho back channel. Their machinery 2 l'loth catalogue and thli notice. Catalogue &c. 5 15 5 20 r KKB for but 10c. and Bjoiim. bilzeh seed to., Licitusst, nis. (Kt.)a and vitals havo been kept in good conNKW YOIUC With a renewal of their wooddition. 4 80 FLOUIt Winter patent 5 15 2 red en decks and substitution of modern WHKAT No.mixed ( OKN-375? 2 guns they would mako formidable) ad- UVU 53 OATS Mixed ditions to tho coast defense. 3j l'OtUC New mess 1100 1125 Allen'. Ulcerlna Sulve is tho only sure euro In tho world for C'liruuln Ulcer, llune Hirers, I.AKD Woitcm. 5 45 5 47J4 itlch Strike on American Creek. Nrroliilon. Ulcer., Varicose. Ulcer Wlilta HALTIMORE. tlivellliig, Foter Horn, and all Olil More.. It Dawso.v, N. W. T., Jau. 22. Via San tiLvur fulls DranBnutallpolion.eaveaoipeniieand 4 40 n.OL It Family 4 70 Francisco, Fob. 91. News has reached CHAIN Wheat No. 2 tutfcrliiK. Cure noriuinnnt. llcsttaWo lorlloiu, 03V 03i C'lirliiiiicle.. V'.'ca, Unit Kheum, lliirn., C'llta hero of a rich strike on American boulhcrn Wheat 00 i oi nudalirie.il Wound., lljrmall bui.i1I.X1cj large, 35' 33W CornMixed ALLK. Mi:illl.jj creek, 130 miles down tho Yukon river. Hi "K.""0.- 11.' lull. Mold by Jlruirglat,. 2wltltO 35 3IU CO., Ht. I'nul, 75 men loft Dawson for the live No. 2 wctcrn.... '..... MM 57 4 70 quality 4 80 now diggings, which nro on American 4 40 4 50 Garden and Flower soil, 25 miles across tho boundary lino. HO'Jb Western INDIANAPOLIS. with a world vldo rcputa- Orders to l'rei;iro Const Defenses. 2 08 nuii. vuiuiuh hi 22. 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USE I CLOVER SEED! z 1 V7 -- 11 X LAKO-blC- tm S9e9so9s00eeeseoe09se OIMlll?ltlirai - 1 OOtS No. If you are interested and wish to post yourself abrut the Gold Fields of the Yukon Valley, when to go and how to get there, write for a Descriptive Folder and Map of Alaska. It will be sent free upon application to T. A. GRADY, Excursion Manager C. B. & Q. R. R 211 Clark Street, Chicago. i ! APOLIO IS lfe W Hfl Ifi ""tSI H m A mf Hl H Wc - IM & A HI f ATIO COHR 1'ormanently cured br u.lng Dlt WlUTEll ALL'S DK. WHITEHALL MEOltlMINK I'ltUtt on mention ot this publication. THK CO , and the het Sample eent South Uendi Indiana. J -- -- -- 1 1 O.US-N- O. st To-nig- ht To California! This b the berth rate in the Tourist cat from CINCINNATI to SAN FRAN-CISCvia the ENrrttlirp. NAME ON A POSTAL AND WE WILL SEND V0U OUR 156 ItUJSTRATED OtfALOCUli FREE OatsBVWIiea f 40c. i la Bu. ill CATTI-Il-KIr- srmaa iced .ample., upon It NOTU.'K .mil 111 cenla In receiptor i atiinipa. 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