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Tho gavels hnvornppcd for tho Inst tlmo nnd tho lcglMa-tor- s nro rcturnlnif to their constituents. At? o'clock Tuesday night committees wcrt appointed by tho fcenate and houso to notify tho governor that they wcro ready to adjourn. Tho committees visited tho governor and ho Informed them that ho hnd no further to communication transmit. Tho houso adjourned at 7:40, and at 7MJ o'clock Senator Ilronston moved that tho Kcnuto adjourn slno dlo, nnd whqn Chairman Qochcl put tho question everybody voted yen, except Doorkeeper llob Tyler, who voted "No" In a loud voice, ho said to emphnstzo his regret over tho cutting off of his per diem. Tho legislature passed something llko CO bills, tho larger number of which nro still In tho governor's hands, and ho may npprovo or veto them at his lets- uro In tho next ten days, Tho session's work can not bo properly Judged till the governor passes on tho numerous bills still In his hands. A number of Important bills have been passed. 10. PRESS CENSORSHIP. All foreign nnil Domestic Press Telegrams, Containing Neivs Unpalntnule to Spain, 22. A dispatch to the World from Madrid saysl Instructions have been given slncd Friday night to tho press censor td stop ull foreign nnd domestic press telegrams and even telephone messagescontaining news unpalatable 'to tho government. Unauthorized details of naval and military preparations, of tho movements of war vessels, particularly of the ilylng squadron! of tho purchase of vessels of war and stores I abroad are especially interdicted. Hitherto no step had been taken to prevent the Madrid press from publishing frequent and abundant Information. The same press censor will also stop telegrams sent from Madrjd to newspapers in America, England and France when they contain news which is deemed llkelv to creatd Gained 22 pounds in 5 weeks A Copy Will lie Laid llefuro tho Spanish Government Alio a Copy Will Ho Sent to Coiigrvis by the l'reslilcitt . president, stating that after receiving tho report the conclusions were laid before tho Spanish government and appropriate action from that quarter THE AMAZONAS asked. It is stated positively that To Ho Transferred to tho United 8tates report of tho and alarm, . Government Sho Will Join the North no part Therefore tho neonlo now nro at'.tho no intimation of the findings has American Squadron, y London, March 18. Tho warship Aruazonas, built for llrazil but purchased by the United Mates, will bo formally transferred to tho United States government Friday at Grave-senLieutenant Commander Cohvcll, tho United States naval attache here, will rccclvo tho ship from her Brazilian d. cccduro In connection with the submission of the report of tho Maine court of inquiry by tho president to congress is now clearly outlined, and a cabinet oflicer explained tho general lino of action at proicnt intended to bo pursued upon receipt of the report, which is expected to reach Washington next Thursday. A copy will bo laid before tho Spanish government very early, and as soon as can bo consistently dono tho report will bo sent to congress and bo made public at tho same time. Tho report to congress will be accompanied by a message from tho Vashinoton, March 22. Tho pro ' l'orlildilcn. March Kkw Yoiik, From tho Macomb, III. Alderman Louis W. Camp, of our city, has quite astonished his friends of late, by a gain in weight. He has gained 22 hounds in five Weeks. Those of his friends who do not know the facts of his sickness frill read with interest the following: "I was hroken down in health nnd utterly miserable," said Mr. Camp to our reporter. "1 was unable to work mucli of the time and so badly afflicted with a form of Etomach trouble that life was n veritable nightmare. t"I tried various remedies, hut during the six months of my sickness I obtained no relief. I had always been a robust, healthy man and sickness bore heavily upon me. "About two years ago I was advised to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. 1 pureh.ucd one box and received so much benefit that I used five more and was entirely emed. I gained twenty-twpounds in five weeks. Since I stopped taking the pill 1 avo scarcely haU an acne or pain. , o THE FARMERS' BANK. and TRUST COM PA NY, KV STANFORD National incoln Successors to tho OF Bank. By provision of Ha charter, depositors are as fully protected as nrs depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par value thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an individual. Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., "Stanford. Kentucky, December 31, 1806. RESOURCES: Notes nnd Bills LIABILITIES: I302.eis.2t l,M!i.82 4.202.41 40,239.23 0.400.00 25.593.20 1387,015,00 Other Stocks and Bonds Ovrrdrntts Banks Buo fromHouse and Fixtures Cash Capital Stock....... Surplus Fund Individual Deposits Duo to Banks f 200,000. Ot 19,4't.l 4J lfi5.rG45 K37.015.W DIRECTORS: J. J. Williams, Mt Vernon. Interviewing the Alderman. "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills restored me to J. S. Owsley, Stanford. health, and I most heartily recommend J, B. Owsley, Stanford. them.'' William Gooeh, Stanford. L. W. Camp on oath says that tho foreS. II. Shanks, Stanford. going statement is true. J. Embry, Stanford. J. P. Cash, Stanford. . A. W. Carpenter, Stint ford. S. W. II. Cummins, Lincoln County. commander. A crow from tho San Francisco will then bo marched on board, tho Brazilian Hag will bo hauled down, and the Brazilian sailors will bo landed. Tho executive ofltccr of tho San Francisco will probably tako command of tho Amazonas and sho will bail for tho United States as speedily as possible, under scaled orders. It is bupposcd sho is Roinp; to tho .North American station, where her crew can bo reinforced. The Amnzoiias had just been and coaled for iter trip to Brazil. Tho United States government purchased all theso supplies. THE AMAZONAS, Itcccntly Viirchnseil From tho llrnzlllan Cinveriimciit, Will Hoar the Nuino of Now d J. E. Lynn, Stanford. J. N. Mcncfcc, - ffiJl j J J77' M iHpW jjiv W. W. MELOAN, Notary Public. Following is the physician's certificate as to Mr. Camp's present condition: I nm a regularly licensed physician of Macomb, McDonough County,-III- . I have very recently examined Mr. L. W. Camp as to his general physical condition, aiufind the same to be all that could be desired, appetite and digestion good, sleeps well, and has all the evidences of being in a good physical condition. SAM'L RUSSELL. M. D. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 30th dav of September, 1807. W. W. MELOAN, Notary Public. A Distinction. Stranger (to Highlander in full uniform) Sandy, hro you cold with the kilt? Sundy Nn, mon, but I'm nigh kilt wi tho cauld. Detroit Free Press. Stanford. J, B. OWSLEY. Cashier S.'H. SHANKS, Prosident. W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. WWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, and . they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier ft BUSINESS EDUGflTSOff Is absolutely necessary to the youncr man or young womnn who would win success in life. This being conceded, it Is of tho firt importance to get your truining at the school that stands in tho very front rauU tho Orleans. Washington, March 22. Secretary Loii(; issued an order Monday that "tho Atuazouas, tho cruiser recently Nowcastlo-on-Tyno - i"f -. .- -1 tiut-i r.ffl e rim h . , -- 77 m.lt'-- Kni yAivs?w w vuhyaj wa r ti purchased at from tho Brazilian government, shall bear tho namojof New Orleans in honor of tho principal city of Louisiana. Telegraphic instructions wcro sent to tho naval olliccr in command of tho vessel, who will take immediate elTecl.rNowsUina.to carrv thorn-int- o Orloansnvas'choson'os tlio nnmo'of tliol warship acquired irora tho sister re public of South America for tho reason that Louisiana Is one of tho very few states of tho union not represented in tho navy tit this time. Thero was quito a contest among soveral other cities to have the new warship named in their honor. Albany, N. Y., Providence, It. I., and Buffalo, N. Y., advancing their claims quite strenuously, RAPID FIRE GUNS. TvfcWo Ordered From the Armstrongs l'nrt Payment on the ltrazlllan War Ves- u MimmtBk Ara: v;f , -- ft"-- , ' v V,r; ws IB fci. . , t- - 7 R it AAtfML- iimiiiii ix TTT - - .1. "- ii1 - MW tj M7 ..ht; p n i-- ' -a aitS'B ' j . T ntHl IrV W flaw. ? - rr.ll r-- ir lmvVMP nn rpBHir --I Tctsiwr: l tk nil ill I mm 13tiJTJ?!sPeP AJK-HKwmaKPt rCntarrh I o CZTn TU&iSKTTTTWIf p, etrV Tmrx hAmiWtym ' ySv Ir maLn jrymrmnrtrmia ; uo., (loinp imsincsH in tlic city ol Toledo, iiy mm otuto ntoicsaiu, nnd that said will iay the sum of One Hundred Dob for each nnd cveiv case of cntnrrh that tiot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh, c. PIIANK. J. CHENEY. 'LHUHsiBLHiiiLHllBv ivorn to before mo and subset ibed in my. ienco, this Oth day pt December. A. Ii. imm. tBtatu of Ohio, Citv op Toledo, I ) lajuas iousrv. Frank !. Cheney makes oath that ho is tho mor lMiuier o the lirm of l .1. hency 1 JBryant & Stratton Business College, LOUISVILLE, KY., - mmm t S BooJdceeping, Shorthand, Telegraphy. " "" Notarv l'nlilic. Cure is fnlteinntcniallrnnd rcctlv on the blood nnd mucous stir-?rnd for testimonials, of the Hvsti-mJ' . .1.111 1'.iN lv v & LU lolecio, u. fmw-- i hv dnnrchts. 7Cc. ali'fl'Fiiiniiy Pills arc tho best. . Write forbcauUful book cWlng tcsUmr'alfromr1ulftaWocTiwlwr nent positions nll'ovcr tho United States It will bo mailed FREE. fi7j ' L:i V . 1 wt 1 uv 1 UoVrro - v fll V4B jffli nmxmn no. SS409 Ml msf xmM -d wmi -- IWBfJwfcmSf Wlllle'fl Qncrr. Villie Say, pa? u ' en, until is u, ii liiiu. 'Is naintinc: the town red a cardinal sin?" Evening News. WNwe 'nourishing food diink to take the ll...) lUIIUM Washington, March 18. Tho first disbursement under tho recent act of congress appropriating 550,000,000 for the national defense has bcen.mado by tho treasury department on an executive order for oO.OOO pounds sterling, or "8145,905 to bo, cabled to London to tho credit of Sir William Armstrong in part payment for 13 rapid tiro f,uns, including mounts and Tho purchase price includ-- . ing mounts etc., is S'Jl.OOO for each .gun, or 8252,000 for tho 12. In addition to this, payment the treasury department Friday will cablo Rothschilds at "London Sl.080,021 in full. payment for tho Brazilian cruiser Amazonas, and in part payment for tho Abrouall. Tho .13 rapid-flrguns nro for tho uso of tho war department, o sels. X.INES OP THE TWIN UNITED STATES THEKEARSAItQEAND THE KENTUCKY, TO BE LAUNCHED MARCH 24. MEN-OF-WA- It, coffee. Sold by nil grocers and liked by nil who have used it, because when properly prepared it tastes like the finest coffee but ii free' from all its injurious propcrtiea. Grain-nids digestion nnd sttengtliens the nerves. It is not a stimulant but a health builder, and children, as well as adults, can drink it. with great benefit. Costs about as lhuch an coffee, 15 nnd 2.c. 'Jive the Clillurcii n Drink n T :.. .Inlmlmc uiiiibiug, n UIUllI'V. 11 IB a uci.iuua, nnmllnn. place of ! i MC.&D.N. WILLIAMS 1 Druggists rand Pharmacists. 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 ior goods usually kept in a drugstore. 1 I ' I S I 0 ?i r.v -- " ifi I: Li- - BROWN PRISMATIC POWDER. I.irgest Slnglo Order Kvor (liven by the Government on the Pnclllo Coast. Santa Cruz, Cal., March 10. Tho California powder works received orders from tho navy department on Wednesday, for 11,003,003 pounds of brown prismatic powder. Thursday tho same concern received an order for 200,000 pounds of tho samo kind of powder for immediate delivery. Theso, together, mako tho largest single order 'for powder ever given by tho United States government on this coast. About six mouths will bo required to fill these orders, oven with tho additional machinery now in course of con-- . str.uction. Previous orders for smokeless powdor will keep tho works their full capacity for a year. The Lucaula's Fast Jtun. Qukknbtown, March 10. Tho Cunard lino steamer Lucania, Capt. McKay, which sailed from New York on March 12 for Livorpool via this port, arrived hero at 3:5S o'clock. On March 15 sho steamed '531 knots and on tho following dny sho mado 630 knots, beating her previous records on both days. Her provjous best record for a day's run eastward was 620 knots, but sho has mado 503 knots in a day's ruu going westward. Electrio Plant at Itlplejr. Ripley, 0., Marcli 18. Tho Itiploy Gas Light and Coko Co. will put in an electrio plant. Local and foreign companies havo attempted to secure franstreet-lightin- g chises, but tho contract held by tho gas company has been tV. stumbling block to inventors, run-uing'ton-year- s' reached the Tsxecutlvo authorities In mercy of rumors propagated by .word Washington as j'ct. At tho same time it of mouth or the post, which is inucfr is a noticeable fact that tho current of worse. oilicial opinion is beginning to follow Tho Liberal says that on Saturday that of tho unofllcial opinion express- several hundred telegraph and teleed so positively and persistently at phone messages were stopped by tho Havana nnd Key West that tho press censor in Madrid. was excause of the explosion The government's notion lias caused ternal to tho battlo ship. Of- a profound sensation, not only in Mud-rificials high in tho administration but throughout tho provinces. stitcd Monday that while they were Even ministerial newspaper, tho Lib wholly without exact Information as eral, sides with the maioritv of thenrcss to the findings of the court of inquiry in censuring vigorously a measuroj they found themselves sharing In the which it says is calculated to itioronso apparently Intangible conviction that tho national nnxlety, becauso uioit tho cause of the oxplosion was not oc- people surmise that the relations becidental. Opinions expressed by tho tween Spain and tho United States Maine survivors who reached hero havo got into a very critical stage inlast Saturday doubtless has con- deed when a liberal cabinet decides to tributed largely to this view In of- bo more rigorous with tho press than ficial circles. In this connection it was Canovas and worse than the reis understood that one of tho off- actionary cabinets of 1884 and 1885. icers who arrived on Saturday stated, New York, Mnreh 22. A boatload of not as opinion, but as his personal ob- powder and supplies which was asservation on tho night of tho disaster, serted to have come from Fort Schuythat thero were two distinct explosions. ler up tho Sound has been landed on Tho tendency of this Is to support the tho pier at (lovernor's Island. Barrels theory of external cause, as this is and boxes and cans, evidently containbased on tho idea that tho first exter- ing various kinds of explosives, wet o nal explosion was followed by a second placed on tho end of tho wharf and intcrnnl explosion. carefully covered with tarpaulins. No Washington,, March 22. It can be information was given as to what is to stated positively nnd authoritatively bo dono with them. that tho report of tho court of inrifles and two eight- Four quiry on tho Malno disaster had inch rifles, which havo been tested at not been received up to noon Monday. tho Sandy Hook proving grounds, will From tho samo authoritative source bo carried by tho schooner Daisy It can be stated that the present ofwhich will sail for Key West some ficial information is tliat tho renort is tlmo tills week. not likely to bo horc before next Thurs Workmen aro busy at the pier on day or Friday. It is a material change East river preparing to load theso from tho expectation prior to this guns and anchor them to tho deck uf time. Tho causo of tho delay is not tho schooner. TIiu larger pieces weigh known, but it is assumed that tho con- S3 tons each and tho smaller ones 10 clusions of tho court nro not yet in tons each and tho utmost cavo will to such exact form ns to warrant their exercised in placing them so that they earlier presentation here. will not prove too heavy for tho ship Tho govcrnmenthns mado no further should a storm strike it, purchases of warships, but its negotiaWhilo it Is stated that theso gnnsnro tions in that line have been productive to bo landed at Key West for the. fortiof ut least one important result, name- fications there, it is bolioved hero that ly, in establishing that unless the bat- somo of them will find their way to tleship Gen. O'Higglns becomes tho Dry Tortngas, which is being fortified ' property of tho United States it will for an advanced naval station. not bo sold at nil. Spain, it is conOther guns aro soon to be sept scfttlh fidently asserted, will not bo nblo from tho Watervlict arsenal, and fcr to secure this war vessel, nor tho first timo tho strategic valurf of'thc aro her chances any bctler or well known Inside water routcnvW Lo as good as those of the United States. tested. d, tcn-incli In the IliiM' Clef. Every musician has the idea that if ho to do it, Would consent to lower hini-e- lf he could write a successful popular song. fcomerville Journal. MinUc Into Your hliocn a powder for the feet. Allen's Foot-Easfeet and instantly takes the sting out of coins and bunions. It's thcgieatcstcomfint makes discovery of the age. Allen's titiht or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain rtiuo for sweating, callous nnd hot, tired, feet. 'I'm it At all druggists and h'ioc stores, 2.1 cents. Trial package FltEE. Foot-Ease ach-i'i- first-clas- s It cures painful, swollen, nervous, smarting : Add i ess Allen S. Olmsted, Le Hoy, N. Y. Oft Proved. ''Money has wings, as is frequently shown by fliers in the stock market. Philadelphia limes. Oil, What .Silcii(llil Coffee. Mr. Goodman, Williams Co., III., writes: "From one package Salzcr's German Coffee Berry costing 15c I gicw 300 lbs. of better coffee than I ran buy in stoics at 30 cents a lb." A package of this and big seed catalogue is- sent you by John A. Fnlzer Seed Co., La CroBse. Wis., 'upon receipt of 15 cents stnmra u3 nnd this notice. Send for same First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Capital Stook $200,000. i Surplus $23,100 F. Refd -- DIRECTORSJ. W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, Far-H- n, in nualitv. Iirilliniicv of color or licflutv of design. The name Wm. Simpson & Sons on is the best guarantee you can Lave. ' T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, S. Hock.cr and M. J. Miller. J. n tu ml IIlHtory, Teacher What can you tell me about the We solicit the accounts of the citizens oi Rockcastle and adjoining rabbit? t is lucky. Puck Pupil Its left counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to aU business with a view calico dresj Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, There is no reason why a should not look as well as a stuff dress if it to business relations, respectfully invited. be properly made. Get a piece of Simpson's JNO. J. McROBERTS, Cashier, j, S. HOCKER, Prcs, Print and you can iiml nothing to equal it hind-foo- the ticket Whenever we hear the women talk indignantly because another woman is spoiling her husband, wc hunt him up to congratulate him. Atchison Globe. Toko Laxative llromo Quinine GO TO io Cure n Caul In One Dny -- anigcist efund monev if it fnils to cure. Tnblctr. A1) 2I JONAS McKENZIE For Evcryfliiiier in IIow many petitions have you signed Without knowing what they were all about? luiral New Yorker. IiumpcMand bent. Lnmc back did it. Straight and sound. St. Jacobs Oil did it. Wc can't see tho benefit in learning to Washington Democrat. No mistake. Thousands have been cured Promptly of neuralgia hy St. Jacobs Oil. Empty wagons rattle most. (Id.) D?n)ociat. 4 Dru Goods, Gfotiiino. Boots ana Slioes work puzzles. Washington ,, GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at XJUing Frizes, wttAafcwtai if " 1 Mt. Vernon Published eveiy Signal 25. 189S. Friday, Mail JAMES SIIIJSCUIPTION F day by MARI-.T- . Yl.'AK ON'K I.OO Advertising rates made known on application ' name of Kate Carpenter; cost 4 50 nearest resident Polly Biy- 120 acres listed in name ant. Tax and cost 12 of Lucinda Maddox, nearest l acre listed iu tlis mine resident Wm Eades; Tax 4 02 of V P Freeman, nearest and cost resident J Rickels. Tax and 52 acres listed in name of cost 3 65 4 96 Robert Nixon; nearest resi6 Same for year '96 3 dent J H Henry. Tax and 50 acres listed in the name cost C C Jones, nearest resident, 5 70 Joe Southard. Tax and cost 5 66 32 acres land listed in name nearest resident Jas Baker LIVINGSTON. resiSame for ycai of '96 5 44 of Dolly Nixon; nearest Tax and cost 3 52 M V Rentier; nearest resiof John McGuire; dent J H Henry. Tax aud 130 acres land listed in Same for '96 3 70 dent A Rowe. Tax and cost 3 4S Sol." KImbfe. of Corbin, is visiting cost - resident John Griffin name of W C Kirby nearest 50 acres listed in name of Same for 1896 3 60 his brother, C. S. Elmore. ,d cost 80 acres listed in name of resident T Kirby. Tax and J E Bullock, nearest resident Same for 1895 3 57 res of .'and listed in L. M. Westerfield, J. A. Mudd, CO at 5 93 John Northern, neaiest resiHarve Chancy. Tax and 75 acres listed in name of Geo. Rader; nearest dispatchers, and Chief W F. Sherident W R Isaacs. Tax and 567 acres laud listed in the cost 3 55 Win A Renner; nearest resiK IK L!Kt1; L. Reams. Tax dan were up from Rowland taking name of Fanny Langf6rd, cost 50 acres listed iu name of Wm Kinlcy. Tax and dent a view of this place where the,y nearest resident M 15 Mul- 4 45 20 acresiis.ed lnname ot J M Bullock: nearest resi cost 4 50 listed, efoXJand will be located in the near future. ins. "Tnx and cost 13 61 Jas Simpson; nearest resident dent Win Bullock. .Tax and Same for year '96 4 40 L Owens, nearest''- Tax and cost ' imHM1 v John Cherry. 200 acres land listed in cost Miss Daisy Patton, of Mauchest-c- i 5 rm 50 acres listed in name ot TWr,f61U lit H Johnston. Tax name of 0 L and M O Mason and Miss Fannie Rsdd, of Crab 77 acres listed in name of 50 acres listed in uauie of E Hammock; nearest resist B 3 65 W L Bullock: nearest 'resiW H Townsend; nearest Orchard were the guests of Mrs. nearest resident S Davault dent R Southard Tax and bjfltf nnrrpt! nf In nfl lfsfrvl in Tax and cost 4 9i resident John Childress. Tax dent A Renner. Tax and Dr. Cooper last week. cost 4 95 Uof M A Parkes; near- 100 acres land listed in dte cost and cost 58 acres of land listed in 55 R. C. Wade, of Mitchcllsburg, name of J H McPherson; i:Bt' resident Jas Robinson Same for year '96 name of Thomas Rector; 8G 75 aces listed in name of has bought the otock of Jake CKBT4 i.and cost 35 nearest resident S shell. Tax nearest resident, A Lewis. J J Wood adm'r for Joe acres of land listed 111 75 We gladly welcome Mr. Tax1 and cost o acres of land listed 111 atitl cost 3 60 4 80 Wood nearest resident W C name of Geo Bussell; nearWade and wite with us. ?mw of Mrs. S Patterson Same for year '96 5 04 Ogg. Tax and cost acres of laud listed in n rrtM est resident R Moore. Tax ifi iearest resident All Mouncd Mr. and Mrs. C. Mullins who 3S0 acres land listed in the name of Dr. Scarbtougl., acres of land listed in and cost 71 4 95 Tax aud cost 98 nearest resident G W Done have been" to' French kick Spring-.- . name of J A Proctor; near name of Levi Reynolds; 2' acres listed in naine-o- t 40 acres of laud listed in Iud., iu search of Mr. Mullins, est resident not 'given. Tax Tax and cos 90 David Bams; nearest resinearest resident R Ponder. 7 62 name of W M Newcomb; and cost. health, have returned. 10 dent H Same for year '96 . pcres of land listed in Renner. Tax and 40 nearest resident S Helton. it 40 acres land listed in the acrrfs of land listed in name of Sofrana Helton, D. R. Stucky has moved from cost 40 3 30 iTax aud cost 3 47 name of W M Mericle for nearest resident Geo Ander Roundstone heights to rooms in name of W E Payne, nearest 50 acres of laud listed in 25 acres of land listed iti resident Robert Norton. Tax year 1896; nearest resident son. Tax and cost 3 45 Jim Mullins' house. lame of J S Bullock; nearest name of Henry Jones; nearand cost 3 73 resident II Chauey. Nick Shell 20 acres of land .listed in Tax P. W.tStarks, former supervisor est resident, Mollie Lawson. 93 acres land listed in the name of Mrs. J. Hornsby ' and cost 50 acres of laud listed in of this division, but now located at name of Elizabeth 3 50 ,Tax and cost 3 35 Prewitt name of Harvey Anglin for nearest resident B Tankers- Same for '96 2,'aGrange, was here with friends nearest resident M Belew. 3 50 acres of land listed in 30 year '95; nearest resident sly. Tax and coslst - a 50 acres listed in name of a'ud relatives last week. of J W Morris; nearest iname Tax and cost 3 55 Walter Clark. Taxcost 4 93 W A Dyre; nearest resident So acres of land listed in resident John McHargue. Dr E. J. Bro-vacres land listed in 102 and Ed Walton, J F Dyre Tax aud cost name of G A Howel; nearest 37 acres of land listed in ,. . '?:... illlU I.UL 297 ...i 65 1U. name of W B Smith; nearest of Stanford, werejhere last week. D G Bowles lor the name of resident Sallie Arnold. Tax Same foi year '9G 92 year'95;N lesident Willis Adams. Tax DISTRICT 7 nearest resident J and cost 95 W Jno Meadows and Jno. Graves . 107 acres pf land listed in 20 10 R Ballinger. Tax and cost 4 38 Same for year '96 2jj acres of land listed in and Miss May Tyrce, visited Mr. 85 rna'me of H R Wedikerf; near . the name of Tilford 30 acres land listed in. the 2D0 acres land listed in the 50 acres listed in name of Meadows' parents at Pine Hill, est resfdent Long Branch. lesident C E Evans. acres of land in 140 J P Dalton; nearest resident natiie of Hackuey's heirs Sunday. Miss Ida Meadows re- Tax and cost Tax and cost 3 95 3 29 name of GW Payne; . H Hamilton. Tax and cost 3 75! nearest resident J L Arnold; with them aud is now the Same for '96 acres of land listed 3 17 . 498 ' est resident, John Marler Tax and cost guest of Mrs. M. J. Goodiu. . 3 85 2 acres of land listed iu the DISTRICT 3. in name of J L Arnold; nearaud cost lax name of J L Thompson, 82 acres listed in name of Missjitde Owdns has returned est resident W G Pajne. Same for '96 nearest resident J C Hurst George Bird; nearest resi16 03 from a trip to Brodhead. Tax and cost Same for '95 Tax and cost DISTRICT 6 . 3 11 dent John Dobs Tax and 26 35 Same for year '96 land listed in name 3 acres 12 acres of laud listed in W. R. Dillion gave the young 30 acres land listed in the cost 20 22 Same for year '95 4 50 the name of A 11 Newman; ' people a dance Saturday night. All of Fountain Modrell; name of Nancy J Southard, nearest resident J J Brotvn 117 acres of land listed in 70 Acres listed in name of Csl resident Geo Smith. Tax a fine time. nearest resident P Prewitt lax and cost name of B B King & Co. 3 45 John Dobs nearest lesident and cos'. 3 53 Mrs. Joseph Coffey and Miss Tax and cost 21 .. . . . 40 acres land listed iu the G Wren Tax and cost nearest resident J McGee 97 4 in the "ame Ella May Saundres have returned Same for year '96 20 name Sarah Soard, nearest Tax and cost 5 52 0l Anie M king; st resident, Wm Dowell. Tax 100 acres listed in name of from Louisville. 30 acrds laud listed in 50 acres of land listed in resident M Coffey Tax aud and cost 2 85 J W Gatliff; nearest resident ttame of Elizabeth Whitaker Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Scroggs cost name of Geo AUin foi year Same for 96 2 77 40 J Paul Tax and cost 3 88 '96;, nearest resident J Durnearest resident Tohn Speaks were here Sunday villi friends. 2 town lots listed in name 40 acres of land listtd in Tax aud cost 50 the name of the Rockcastle Tax and cost 25 acres listed in name of ham. 4 85 Gill White of Manchester was ofJs. Dobbs; situated iu Same for year '9G , 52 Mining and Oil Company, S T Gill; nearest resident way. Tax and cost 50 acres of land listed in Sunday. 5 98 nearest resident; Nat Wright C Coffey; nearest 6 acres listed in name of H Kindred Tax and cost 30 acres of land listed in 3 55 name R Tax and cost C. P. Maun, the barber, has so ,, .,'., 3 87 Wottdall; nearest resiresident Jeff Williams 3 92 II G name of Richard Ramsey j 121 acres listed in name of his shop and fixtures to Shannon M'cFerroh. Tax and DISTRICT 8. dent P nearest resident Wm Hayes Reuben Johnson nearest 40 acres of laud listed 111 Mckinney, of Lincoln county, who ,,,, cos'l 3 .: iiiui cos 1 50 acres of land listed in name of PP Jenkins; nearest 4 02 resident J. Ballenger Tax will continue the business at the uiN the name of Willis Adams v 10 acres listed in name of Tax resident B MuDlns. nnrl rnat 50 acres landf listed iu the Same stand. nearest resident: Presley 95 J M knave, nearest resident aud cost 3 54 name of J F Dyer; nearest Overbay. Tax and cost 50 acres land listed in 4 06 Sam Ward, Jr,, is visiting nis Copper creek. Tax aud rcs'dent T Bowman. Tax name of Harvey Kindred acres of land listed in 50 parents here this week. 304 acres of land listed 111 cost 8 70 and cost 4 95 name of Michael Bowers' nearest name, of Sam Johnston; for resident T Hurlev t, Miss Mary Tyiee s visiting her lown lot listed in name heirs, nearest resident; T S resident on the 2 acres listed in name of lax a.id cost 4 5i 1897. Nearest of Mary Fish; nearest rest- - ' Frith. Same 25 acres.'ncar-es- t 2arents in Pittsburg. 2 90 Mary E Gentry; nearest resriver. Tax and cos 30 acres land listed in resident, Henry Yonce; dent Harve Owens. Tax for year 1896 2 57 name of J G Laman nearest ident J Kirby. Tax and cost 3 90 Mis. Coffey has.rented a room aml cost same 12,5 acres, nearest 2 91 resident Win resident T Miller Tax aud Same for 188G of Mart Hicks wteresha will open Scott. Tax 30 acres land listed in the e n lot listed in cost and cost up a complete stock f of millinery. o acres land listed in 27 97 S name oJas Moore year 1896 name of h A Reppert; uear-Tli- e j" name of Win Southard; W. G. MutUNS, Ex S, R7C; ; 30 acres listed in name of Njparest resident S. .Moore. Literary Society met again est resident N H Tyree. Tax '2 Morrison Miller nearest E March 4, 1897. Tax and cost 50 nearestfresidaU A Re'nner. Friday night as uiii.nl, and di and cost Mt. Vicwno.v has good citiens. She hns benevolent citizens, but what she lacks is emei prising citizens. What we need is to open our eyes shake the dust from off the seat ol our pants roll up our sleeves and go to wojk work not only 16' help ourselves but a benefit to the public. We have a 'Board of Town Trustees ol most excellent gentlemen. They have made a Splencul beginning by ordering certain sikewalks to be put down, but they have not gone far enough. You men are the custodians of the toVn,. the streets, the sidewalks, street lamps. &c. You have abso hitc power to order, and absolute power to enforce the order when made. Richmond street is entirely too narrow. The citizens o" that Street are all willing to move back their fences, but one is waiting for the other. We want children young ladies and gentlemen to come here and ,go to the College Yet, if they come, ,we force them to wade in the mud, up to their knees to get to the College building. Spring is here and lets paint our houses, clean tip our property, put down sidewalks, widen and clean our streets, take more pride in ourselves, our families, our property and our town and we will look, do, and feel much better. lot listed in the name of cussed the question: "That aj drunken man creates more dis-- , James Rickels; neaiest in a community than a inent W T Davis Tax & cost, tattling woman." J. R Tankersley 'Same for 1896 and V. W. Saunders for the affirmuam. Df 53 acres ijslcti j ativc and Col. Bentley and Jno. Matilda Southard; 'nearest Pope for the negative The judges rehicleiit J Hansel. Tax &c Robt. Brown and Mr. Dishon, Harry Dillion decided in the nega DISTRICT 2. tive The educational address of 300 acres lislsd in name Mr. Tankersley was highly ap of Joe Anibroes' heirs, nearpredated. Wc hope Mr. T. will est lesident Tlios Bullins. ? come often. Tax and cost 4P 76 acres listed in name of r.i Win Bnrnctt; nearest resident Thos Mink. Tax and cost 4 52 22 acres listed in name of By virtue of taxes due 111c as C D Chenault & Co., nearL T Stewart Sheriff of Rockcastle county, Ken- est resident tucky, I will sell at the Iront door Tax and cost ol the Court House, in Mt. Vernon, 60 acres of land listed in on the 4th Monday in March, 189S, name of Reuben Gabbord; between the hours of 10 a. 111. and nearest resident John Hasty. 3 p, 111. at public outcry to the bidder for cash iu hand, Tax and cost highest the following described lands or 60 acres listed iu name of;(tel, a sufficient pari theieof to satisfy James Hiatl; nearest resi-the State and county tax for the dent T Reynolds. Tax and years 1895, 1896 and 1897. cost 1 j - Land Sales for Taxes 1 DISTRICT 3 1 acres land listed in name of George Adams; nearest resident J C Myeis. Tax and :ost 4 acres land listed in name of A 0 Agee; nearest resident A J Mcore. Tax and 226 acres Tohn Haly; M G Fish. 19 listed iu name of nearest resident Tax and cost in 501 acres land listed cost li acre land listed in the uamc'of John Higginbothum nearest resident Conway, Tax and cost 100 acres listed in name of Carlos Menifee; nearest resiTax and dent N Smith. 100 acres of land listed in 3 45 Groucher Tax and cost name of S A Singleton, in listed land acre nearest resident S R Singlej;auici uwens name 01 ton. Taxandcost ueaaest resident i Savior 16 Tax and cot 150 acres of land listed in name of James Cunagim; 100 acres listsd in name of f! f TriMitri- nprirnef rnBi nearest resident C F JenIII!.... t C U'h.i Tov tlltV.1 i.nct 4 03 nings. n.wl '.UV Tax aud cost for '95 Vieill l .J . 1V.U A1U 45 acres listed name of J Wnnwinch nearest . resident DISTRICT 5 W Abney TuX and cost 3 So acres of 'and listed in 84 50 accs land listed in the name of J. G. Anderson name of Mrs I, S Wrcnn; ncari'st resident Geo Andernearest lesident E Branna- son. Tax and cost ffian Tax and cost 3 03 Same for the year '96 Bso acres listed iu name of 25 acres of land listed in John Mitchell; on head-wa- name of Sallie Arnold; nearjters of Round Stone Tax est resident Geo. llowcl. "id cost 3 03 Tax and cost X .joo acres listed in name of 40 acres of land listed in ifohn Serotinus: nearest resi name Vadci Collins; neardent W H Eads Tsx and est resident Jas Collins. Tax COSl 4 02 and cost 70 acres listed iu name ot 70 acres of land listed in Slid Brovighton; nearest res name of David Collins; nearident L Nicely Tax and cost 8 62 est resident Mary Mullins' Tax and cost Same for year '96 DISTRICT 4 40 actes of laud listed in name J. S Childress; nearest 75 acres of land listed in resident Dr. Huudly. Tax name of Jas AUin, nearest and cost 40 acres of land- listed in and cost 4 50 name J J Durham; nearest listed in j 50 acres of laud resident J A Fiench. Tax ithe name of M A Bishop, and cost mearest resident, Jas Singlc- 67 acres ot land listed in Tax and cost 3 90 name of A' L Nicely, nearest I "50 acies of land listed in Tax resident John Jones. name of J W Coffey, nearest and cost resident, A Coffey. Tax and 75 acres listed in name of cost 4 00 John Harper; nearest resiV 50 acres of laud listed in dent A Bradly Tax and cost ne name 01 npiiruuu Jjrcw, 50 acres listed in name of jiearest resident Margaret M F Jones; neaiest resident Jjrcw. Tax and cost 4 00 Harvie Mink Tax and cost I 40 acres of land listed in 96 Acres listed in name of ,& e name of Godfrey Gab- Ed Jones nearest resident 4 57 ard; nearest resident Peter J Speaks Tax and cost tHb ' ger. Tax and cost 4 00 25 acres listed in name of acres of land listed in 1 - miminrniamr Tax and cost amr!--- . " 2 95 4 96 4 80 48 I 4 96 4 50 4 5 4 02 Same for 1896 3 90 50 acres listed in name of T J McQueen, Sr., nearest resident, II P Sexton. Tax and cost 4 02 Same for '96 3 Sf SoNicres listed in name of T J McQueen Jr., nearest , resident N P Sexton. Tax and cost 3 43 Same for '96 3 70 12 acres listed in name of S S Mink; nearest resident Will Pitman Tax and cost 3 iS 3C0 acres of land listed in Ihe name of Matilda Hall Gum Sulphur, Tax and cost 17 35 Same listed by Stephen Collier for 1896 Tax and cost 25 05 Same for '95 by Stephen Collier. Tax and cost 22 85 8 acres of land listed in the name of J. N. Harrison nearest resident, Harve Watson. Tax and cost 3' 55 to acres of land listed in the name of Thompson Mobley, nearest resident ; 3 77 - p. 4 00 i I 3 60 Same' for '9G 3 '80 4 acres of land listed iu the name of James Newcomb nearest resident, Frank Burke. Tax and cost 45 80 acres land listed in the name of Win Reuber, nearest resident, Willis Adams Tax and cost 50 100 acres land listed in the name of W L Singleton nearest resident, Wm Kuser Tax and cost 5 Same for '9G 95 Same foi '95 95 i.j5 acres listed in name of A Renner; nearest resident Wm Bullock! Tax and cost 49 Same for year '96 75 2"7j4 acres land listed in the name of R M Barns; cost Tax and 2.Mw- Sir."!!; . S . .-. .j)L. rakf jwvSii mnds -- Sani-broo- k. m I y. 1 -- ... ,. Mize-near- est near-turne- d -- near-repo- rt nc-re- 4 Con-her- - " 1 1 f- - i ( -- J 98 . Seethe Date on Your Label .and Remt What STXIC3IEBC3W U iin maanOTagwgWKg: Owe u v3 H &4 IH Sam Deulmin visited home folks I will pay for cast iron, 50 per A leather collar 'for 60c up tp WlfXvSfWpMm at London, Sunday last. hundred; wi ought iron 10c; clean $2 50 at S. W. Davis'. rags 30c; bones toe; coppet 3c per muwPft. Under the new School law there Kask" Pn.it Ukmkdy. lb; lubber boots and shoes ic per .Mt. Vkrkon. Ky., Mar. ?5 1898 will be no trustees elected until . cts.. at Green h'.ront 25 po.inc'. oi ice Lntercd nt the Ml. Veriu.1, Ky., ifl- -ss next October. Tin present trustees .&&- ohi.lii3 itiall natter Miss Kate Spradlin is visiting 27-- t Cynthia Fry. hold-ovuntil then. And the - her sister Mrs. C. H. Thompson, Bill Walker the young 111.111 sent present Chairmen of' school boards ar j4ouisviuu. to penitentiary from this cuumy also hold over The money icr paying jurors of for burglary, at February term,. " '?!1 February term of court is here made his escape one day last we;k A fishing pi. ty of children from " Kl FAC-SIMIL- E, H Junction City while Crossing Knob ready for payment. and reached Georgetown before bridge were ran down by a freight Deputy Woods Hopkins shot and captured. AVegetaulcPrepafalionforA's-slmilalin- g SIGNATURE LoUlSVIllC & NASHVILLt n n.co. train last Saturday and Miss iMary IhcFcodattdRegufa-lin- g killed J. I Robinson, who resisted Clear side meat 7cts Arbuck-lVan Arsdall aged 14 was killed. the Stomachs antlBovrcis of coffee locts All othei groceries and Her- body was horribly mangled. h & N. LOG 1, -- TIME CARD. arrest at Lily last Saturday. Day Mail North 11:39 a m i;red lldhn, one of oir very fancy apples low down prices. Pro- Claud Baker in attempting to res S.SS2.22 p Day Mail South German fanners duce taken in exchange at market cue the girl was also struck. He substantial ?i orioles Digeslion.Chccrful-ncs- s kjCj&s 5 111 2:12 a Night Ex. North was in from Maretburg. Wednes- rates. Bring your wool and get will recover. Coroners inquest held andnest.Contains neither ca.sh f jr it. Fresh Bakers bread the train crew 1:09 a. day. Night Kx. "South bhmeness as it was Opiuni.Morpliinc nor Mineral. S. W. Prewitt. 4t impossible to IS OA Tkx.u kept in stock. stop 011 account of an J. A. Iandkum, Agent. Not "Nahg Gov. MoCreary's announcement riillennieyer the Lexigton' au- abrupt curve. lor Congress is meeting with liearty thority fn fruits says theie will be churches. KtaFCcrCldrS.ti'JELPirCnZR endorsement throughout the Broadhead's Fair will occur on Christian Holds erv!ccs 1st &3r I Bunda)' out a scant crop cf strawberries, Pumpkin Seta. . mul utGsSO t. m. at 11 n. raspberries and blackberries this the 17, 18. and 19th of Aug. . PrepOF EVERY arations are already on foot for F. Watson secretary of Bower season J. but there will be plenty of Jippemuit .. making the exhibition even more llai.itl.st Cliurcli Scrvlco on the Second Gate Latch Co., is having this OuimattScie lit Item? Steel Saturday nlslit tuid Snuiliiy. Sunday office to get out considerable job apples, peaches etc if no exception- successful thai, flmfutl Sarrr . last year. The l'raycr XYiairyreen. Ftarcr. ally heavy frost occurs this Spring. School at 0 a m every Sunday, managers wish to call the farmers' work. ltcv. J 0 mcctlii!,' on Tuesday nlahts. A perfect Remedy forConstipa-tio- n Oi'UNiEG. - I will have my open attention to the fact that many imslor. Ea n rSi rOh Th pTs9 A. R. Scott was in Danville dur. Sour Slomach.Diarrhoca hits A ing Friday and Saturday, April rst preiniu s will be offered on vege,Convulsiorts,Fcverish-ur--- . Worms ing the week. He is working uj) Holds services on the lth Presbyterian and 2nd. Don't fail to come in and tables and all farm products, and 7 03S of Sleep. a company for erecting extensive Sunday let me show you the latest st les requests them to make special ef- TacS!."j Signature of lime works. and you will be sure and buy, fortsjo have a fine display in this masonic; Noticu All parties , holding Every lady invited. department. Oastorli is put up la Aslilaml Lodjjc Xo. CIO meets 2rd tattles only. It NEW YORK. claims against A Pennington will Mrs. Cleo Brown. 10 Am. 4tli Monday G..10 I'm. b not sold ia bulk. Don't allow asyeno to cell yoa cnythlsg clso en the pica or promlso that it present them to D. C. Poynter as ia "Jut as gsod" and "will nnsT;cr ovcry WILDIE Murray brothers will will put in ussignee. 4t that yon get t i, OTHER WISE. ...,.,i LOCAL $ another crusherat mile 133. Now, .uniest I'lsnoacK tne accom- with a crusher at mille 132, and !,ea 1 :laUo fTfl ZSrf-jJ- ' exact copy OF WRAPPER, iarmers are not doing much on modating clerk at Livingston depot quarries at miles' 128 and 127 and account of wet weather. EHSSSgzifiS, The only collar pad at S. W. was here Sunday to see one of our at Langford. Withers and Orlando, ' "A Peach trees are in bloom but I pretty girls. Davis', it would seem that there will be no In the W. C. T. U. Gold Medal necessity for our people to be idle fearifrost will come along and get Cal Thompson says the Glades ink. DR. A O LOVELL, Contest here Wednesday night, this yeai. is for McCreary. Professional Cards. Miss Ida Tyree, of Pittsburg, was Your correspondent, as well as Physician E. B. Brown, brakeman, is here and Surgeon, W. H Coiryer, the Brodhead awatded the prize. several others in this locality, P. A. PenninRton, D. D. S., M. D. marble cutler, was here Saturday torn few days' visit. MT VEF1NON. rvY A. J. Price, an excellent old gen- delivering Isome of . his splendid haveJbad severe attacks of the Five suits lor divorce have been DEIMTIST, Oflico North Mile itfnin street tleman, aged 80, has returned to wnrt- 111 Inmhctrmrc nnrl f 'r filed within the past week. N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts., Casey county after a two weeks orders. Mr. Collye- - is a county D.raS. Carter, foreman at Klein Our good friend) Jnmes Hayes, visit to H. C. Gentry's family, this man, does good , .. .. LOUISVILLE. KY. work and deserves oc r II uarry nas tDeen quite sick. was over from Wildiej Monday. .HH7fc place. big run in his line that he is the G. W. McCLURE, aker is selling farm rights Cash Cummins has just finished Opening! Opening!! Hats, beau- getting. Write him for estimates. fcJHEg pwers' gate latch, aud rney-at-Labam at Maretbu.g. a three-acrtiful hats; stylish hats. Hats for S. W. Davis, the saddler, is buy- tflHlsay there is nothing like Mt. Vrrnon, Ky. Miss Jessie McNeil, of Pittsburg ladies, misses and children. Give ing hides for his tannery that he SURVEYOR- here Wcdnes-- . me a call, one and all. attended the contest is starting here. Mr. Davis is an Itwtejfei-- . All business enluislrcl lojny care - Mrs. Cleo Brown. eSgy Bullen, who lives day night. attention1. will receive prompt enterprising man and will no doubt nanf. j .hm Also, an Ageut for the best Oflice on Second floor nf new brick make a success in tanning leatherj PC- T JWftHf? art's has been verj cases Richmond has a dozen I also have a new and stylish line le better. She is very Tailors in the world. ? jAiLik L small pox. Situation better at of ties for gentlemen. Come in ior nis extensive saaaie ana narnessr on Chtirclv, street. , . , l overy is doubtful. works that he has well establishedM.F Middlesboro. and see them; I am always glad to in this place. See his prices in of near this place, sold his show my goods. M. G. Aidridee has DRS. G. B. &J. H. LAWRENCE other column. Mrs. Cleo.Brown. ight. He was only Brodhead to Wood- cr Racket Store at C. C. WILLIAMS, . I TSIIyrlMNCi ays. Pneumonia Was Hyard & Hilton. you desire to secure a Gen'l John B. Gordon will deliv-and K&it Attorney-atLaB H. C. Gentry Ins sold several business education call ,011 the er his famous lecture the "Last V3E-i. Ucrnon, Ky. anklin, who has been fine bull pups at $5 each. He has Signal and secure a scholarship, Days of the Confederacy" at Wal fiSyOffice (Rice at residence to Bryant & Stratton's Business ton's opera house, Stanford on his country for over a oiie more for sale. opposite B.Office on 2nd floor of new College. April 7 th. As this may be his last yeamfe back a few days ago property) Court yard.the Southeast corner of Call and sec S. W Davis he can brick on Church street. Special trip our people should take advant- and liaBI ibught a small place of MT. VERNON, KY. attention given to collections. please you in prices, foi he is just TO CURIJ A COM) IN 'ONIJ DAY age of this opportunity to hear this B.C.HJR hardson at Conway and tile saddlery business. B'romo Quinine Tab Take Laxative in distinguished Southerner, the last moved toil. With" this issue the sheriff's "fd" lets. All druggists retund money of the Confederate Generals. will cease and we" wiil give more if itfails to cure. For sale by M. C. &D. N. Williams, CONTRACTOKS, ATTENTION. I reading matter in the future. druggists. oct 6 6m want a yiau with a saw mill to cut in was W. II. Branuaman feet of lumber. I will lum-isfodder business, Wednesday in the J. W. Moore, the successful fann- 300,000 logs on yard. Work to be begun Split Hickory Spokes. er, by using fertilizer last year and hunting more fishing tackle. as soon as possible. Location, good 2x2, 30 inches long, all wh forty-fou- r bushels of oats to raised Aunt J'ofiy Hiatt. lelict of Peaslee mill site with plenty water, 7 miles grade or better $12 per M H the acre on ordinary ground. It Hiatt, an estimable woman, aged Mt Vernon. Write or call 2x2, 30 inches long, red, 6 per M South of pays largely to use good fertilizer. 86 died Monday of heart trouble. AND on me at once. J. W. Marler. See Mr. Moore's local 'ad" 111 this iKxi..;28 inches long, red, M Mt vernon Ky 25 tf We have had to leave out quite a issue. fl 4 ?er M vj u lot of correspondence during the V28 inches lony, white, Magistate T. B. Chandler, who & CO . built Sui? HKRE. The best last week or two on account of ' 6 per M moved out of district has been suc house in Mt Vernon, with 5 rooms Sheriff sales ad. SlNGKE Trbi? nrr.T.T."Ts. ceeded by D. T. Lamb who was and kitchen aud the best cellar in :. j by County Judge Williams 2KX3. Js inches long, white, sun IunHiiu iirrcn I am prepared to take photol'.tJW?KT3PKgOeWVtfaBy the county; on acre lot. for sale s s last Monday. Mr. Lamb is a $16 per M will be pleased to have graphs, and .,...-. ' .... ecp our great lacioiy or will trade for a small farm. Call fijr.SiiJh-- . To be delivered at any station The retiring magistiate your order. ."" Inw.y, a,!jil ir ;roducc early oar splcn-d011 J. P. Lkichuteu. was of that faith and the Judge between Hazel Patch and Crab Or xfZ.:M.''1 '.i . Mrs. S. W. Davis. . 'CO va have concluded to 22-- tf thought it just to fill the office with hard. nii'ie a marvelous offer direct to the rider. Cam Menifee, Jtmes Prcwitt, ITor So da"ys ve will sell eatuplcs of our L. L. Jarrett, Inspector, F. Francisco, the boss landlord, one of same political belief. W." H. Cllasteeii. James Jorden. sue I '08 bicycles tit net cost to manufacanBrodhead. Ky. Sam Purcell and Robert Garrison has leased the Frith Hotel for ture and will ship, C. O. D. on approval Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday Wednesday. other year, which guarantees a conto any address on receipt of the nontiti.il were in from Wildie, tinuance of a table of the best the nights sulphur tell with the rain in sum of Si.oo (if westof Denver. $5). This stamp to market affords Mrs,, Francisco considerable quantities throughout t By sending a deposit in merely to chow good faith on purchaser's A, Warner, Jacksonville, knows how to conduct the cooking the county. On the rainwater barpart: if you don't want to send money in advance, send Mrs. F. your express agent's guaranty for charges one way and rels at the Court House the chemic ivill receive by mail a to perfection. IMa., you we will pay them the other if you don't want the wheel. al was deep. On putting dozen beautiful Florida and Cuban I have just re some of it on the fire it gave forth P VMfi)f 3 XI in?hct cr lo.ctr.bodjiriBOVcrylato MIU.INURY. sea shells, ,no two alike. va:.:c, 1!1 wit cfcrauka.nrehinch Imported tubinff. Hash a strong sulphurous oder. Many of PRACTICAL turned trom the city with a beauticrown, largo detachablo joints, Improved Griffin has bought the Nelson EMBALMER, rxd decorations, Jlorgan ic, Wright, eprockets, lmudt.o:n.'ct ful line of Spring and summer hats, the superstitious believe it presages property or K. A. Herrin. Mr. qnickropnlrtlroH.Bto;,-- ; .ir.ionblotuba.hlfliBracloequip---- STANFORD. KY. baby caps, dress trimmings', laces war, and some of them are rubbing v ' ' mont. Special prlco oa cauiplo moved his family to Herrin has ou want the up their old war muskets to be Stock Complete, Telegraph Ord- and notions. If Livingston where he is engaged in easy running. Best Hi inch ers a Specialty. ready for a voyage to Cuba. A BplondUl machino, oqnal to any for servlco and styles give me a call. Nn'N" ......!. nl.lnir. two nloco cranks, trch crown, itemcliamo eprocKu. i, ejj erecting buildings for thev citizens latest Mt Vernon Signal. Pt5-"Qu- iok Drug-store- r TiTMiiiMiiiiiiii'iH'imiiu'imiii'mimi I er j piiC ill THAT TOE "':. e - . 111 111 SMI otic. JlX-Smn- , - ',"" dis-tiic- t. WRAPPER BOTTXJ3 OF 111. -- Car-inlra- l. Mou-da- y ose-Su- o ." co . ,m -- ! me. smcssmsssmsmmmss&ss e. I 1 . e Davis AttO w, Mt. Vernon, Ky, , t - H 9 B , "sMSHI wsm 86M ?i"M m:mMi rTl SURGEONS. w, . h TF Druo Store. Groceries CIGARS . Drugs, Medicines, TORACCO ixij, wiieapj Chaper,"g Cheapest. c DAVIS ap-pint- ed V P n. ."' V .v.-:.- ii 100 me m - ujm-Ic- . tm two-cen- J. C. McCIary UNDERTAKER. h;ilf-inc- h Improvo-siSSiS- o fir-kh -- . of that thriving place. Mrs. Sarah A. Parrish and Miss Eva August, two beautiful, accomplished and attractive daugh ters of Col. August, President of the PiueJIill Mining Co., were here Mrs. Cleo Brown. iWIIUWIllllilnltilJ IH " HIDE MARKET. Nor 1 Last Saturday seven cases were tried in County Court and six consecured mostly were victions cases. It is a foregone conliquor clusion that the Court will break up the liquor business throughout the county as well as giving its attention to all manner of offenses against the laws. The Court is not vindictive in its work but treats impartially without fear or favor every case brought before it. Old Rockcastle is climbing right out of the ruts. , (, . . .. . . !..!.! fmishod and tlscorntcd, Morgan !i Wrisbt, quick repair tires, Bing.o or CouU.u opccial oaraplo prlco high grndo equipment. Our "". mu..--. t.- - 3i.i.). v,,uu' Bourbon Chief, Sure foal green hides per lb 6 to 7c incli tublns. strlppil anil Ucoratcu, arcn i," crown, duHt-probcanaa. ball retainers, belt Indiana or Nov -- . fl ItninHwIcktlrod.iitaiiJardcauIpraent. Special prlco on eampio n,.t nltnm .rmilo fur 1 - CS. 1 . shopping last Tuesday ' s V ' '. Corn and wheat Brodhead, Ky. grower, (bone black), $1.30 ptr Jiuudred; pdtao grower $1.50 per" The best on the market. Kept in stock by J. W. More arid Ed. Albright, IIOMHSTKAflFlCKTIMZKR. "'hundred, 'cask &-- & hides, mane and tail 75c to $1 25 " " dry flint hides per lb 10c to 12c. " " sheep hides 20c to 40c each " " goat hides 20 to 30c eacri " ', dog hidesK20c to 25c each " " tallow r c to 2c per lb. Call on S. W. Davis, Mt: Vernon, Ky. " ' horse r. ' NOTE. Choice of Color, Style, Height of Frame, Gear, etc. Fully Guaranteed ejp AA tOiO.UU.. but alne... getter. Hewill stand at! S8.00 to S12.00 my stable at Maretburg, Ky, at the' Wheels Slightly Used, Modern Types, l0W figure Of $ to insure a colt 4 any of tho ,, r?putstIoa ."TkZvnXttho country. References Qor ba9ln08a months Old. oVprcss compandor any bank In Chicago. Art Catalojuc free, riocuro agency at once. J. N. Gltll'l'IN, w0 have numbers of 1S03 and etyles. somonll.tlo .hop-wor- n, 1S07 Tliic finr K1nrl- - T1. : hands high and stands! eld, i.5 Unexcelled as a good breeder and! r:heel3. Don t wait, order Yon will bo ournrlsod at tho nnpoaronoe and quality of theso Yon can mako Uls Money hlchoreoon. Prlcwwlllbo much cbofco of cash, tho frco usa of a sampfo Belll.mforPu: Wo giro our SSSS. wheel, or rIU of a wheel, accordlugw worn uoao, Ant ,.U )0 YOU WMttlt CteBp Wheels? rao.lel wheels of various makes and 38.3f b. j. brown The Je L Meac QyCe Q0ts Chicago. , - I fHHOUGH TOURIST- SLEEPERS A HE HATED TO LIE L'OLONNOIS, It Warn THE CRUEL Feroclmia of All the Ore., for Fugct Souml Bus Iness via Darlington Itonte. William Thomas is a negro whose remarkcircumstances, life is to, aim Wednesdays from St. Louis, TnonsniTS able only Inthe truth. under all was indicted William tell from Kansas City Tin Denver, scenic Col- by the next to the last grand jury for ctand orado, Bait Lnko n crent fenturo pehson-ai.- lt larceny, and ho was brought from jail this conducted. Tlio success of the season Thomas has for general northwest travel. Write L. W. morning toa be airaigncd. so he agreed what "tough case." with is termed Wakelet, G. P. A.. St. Louis, Mo. the prosecutor to plead guilty and receive the minimum sentence two years in tho You know what you say about your poor penitentiary. kin? Well, that's the way your folks who "Stand up, Thomas," said Judge Wofford. Atchison "Arc you guilty or not guilty?" have money talk about you. Globe. "Judge, answered the man, with a sigh, "I do hate to tell a lie, but I guess I'll have Fits stopped free and permanently cured. to. I'm guilty." No fits after first day's use of Dr. Kline's "Oh, you hate to tell a lie, da you? I Great Nerve Restorer. Free $2 trial bottle & won't let any man plead guilty ir he thinhq Dr. Kline, 033 Arch st., Pliila., Pa. he is innocent. You'll stnnd trial." treatiio. .This was exactly what .William's attorney A man would rather spend five dollars did not want. "Your honor' lie said, "this man is not foolishly than to lose a nickel through a holo accustomed to court ways. He did not mean in his pocket. Washington Democrat. that." "That's right, judge. I never was in Explosions of Coughing are stopped by court before, and I don't think I quite got Hole s Honey of Horeliound and Tar. you." . Pike'.i Toothache Drops Cure in one minute. "You may not understand much law," retorted the comt, "but you know whether People always laugh at the first man to you went into that htore and stole thoso follow a new fashion, and at the last one to goods." "Oil, yes, sir. I done that." idopt it. Atchison Globe. Kansas City Star. "Two years. can recommend Piso's Cure for to sufferers from Asthma. E. D. Townsend, Ft. Howard, Wis., May 4, '04. n to ror (land, Negro l'lonccr Who Iloae Superior to I1U Prejudice. the Mont FniiioiiH ( I Crippled for years? Pshaw! Why St. Jacobs Oil will cure sprains right oft. Sun. The people who get the least mail are the worst kickers when the mail is late. Washington Democrat. Sore and stiff? Cold. St. Jacobs Oil the Cure. It warms and relaxes. ,A hand separator not letting your right hand know what your left is doing. Rural New Yorker. Very few people care to be tindcrtnkcr.4, yet a great many are willing to run funeralf. Washington Democrat. Black, deep bruises cured by St. Jacobs Oil. It wipes them out. Saoquo religious the young woman whs uses the church to advertise her new clothes. Rural New Yorker. A DOCTOR'S DIRECTIONS. 'f- They save a daughter from blindness. When a father writes that yours " Is the best medicine In the world," you can allow something for seeming extravagance in the statement if you know that the medicine so praised, cured a loved daughter of disease and restored to 'icr the eyesight nearly lost. The best medicine in the world for you is the medicine that cures you. There can't be anything better. No medicine can do more than cure. That is why John S. Goodc, of Orrlck, Mo., writes in these strong terms: " Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is the best medicine in the world. My daughter had a relapse alter the measles, due to taking cold. She was nearly blind, and was obliged to remain iu a dark room all the time. The doctors could give her no relief; one of them directed me to give her Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Two bottles cured her com- pletely." The thousands of testimonials to the value of Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla repeat over and over again, in one lornt or another the expression: "The doctors gave her no relief; one of them directed me to her Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Two ottles completely cured her." It is a common experience to try Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla as a last resort. It is . Sarsaparilla prescribed by a physician. It is a common experience to see a " complete cure" follow the use of a few bottles of this great blood purifying medicine. Ilecausc, it is a specific for all forms of blood disease. If a disease has its origin in bad or impure blood. Dr. Ayer's Pars, aparlla, acting directly on the blood, removing its impurities and giving to it vitalizing energy, will promptly eradicate the disease. The great feature of Dr. Ayer's Sarsapa. rllla is the radical cures that result from its use. Many medicines only suppress disease they push the pimples down under the skfu, they paint the complexion with subtle arsenical compounds, but the disease rages In the veins like a pent-ufire, and some day breaks out In a volcanic eruption that eats up the body. Ayer's Sarsaparilla goes to the root. It makes the fountain clean and the waters are clean. It makes the root good and the fruit Is good. It gives Mature the elements' she needs to build up the broken down constitution not to brace it up with stimulants or patch it up on the surface. Send for Dr. Ayer's Curebook, and learu more about the cures effected by this remedy. It's sent free, on request, by the J. C. AyerCo., Lowell. Mass. Ov. .S . a common experience to have Dr. Ayer's m 'SZJ - .i he .. v. Ov . - . - -p .' v. v - XVV .flV. .v 5 .TSs. - ftl.v. .? Xv .V - .V .V S' EPvSSsS - - o. .'A Vv iSvjSS.iSv .. THE RUSH HH KL ISlfillif k The 100,000 Prospectors this Year Is there Room for Them ? Best Routes to Dawson Gitu, and what to take The Methods of Mining, and all about AUTHENTIC AND Alaskan Country. THOROUGH ARTICLE. With Thirty THE FIRST By S. S. Bush, President of the Cbilkoot Pass Transportation Co Illustrations. m THE PREVEHTHTF LYNCHING. The Problem in the Southern States. By Edward L Pell, D. D. THE BLOWING UP OF THE BATTLESHIP "MAINE." A Spain and the United States. THE ZOLA-DREYF- AFFAIR, Another St. Bartholomew's Day? Interviews with Zola, Nordau and Drumont, f f w w f m f f w f W w w w D. SILVER IN THE NEXT CAMPAIGN. A A A A A A A A These articles, and fifty more, are In the MARCH No REVIEW OF REVIEWS. up-to-d- ate American should miss it. This rnasatlno Is Invaluable for tho country physician, lawyer. plowman, merchant, and the Intelligent farmer. It Rives all tho legitimate nows, with nearly a Hundred portraits and pictures, every month. PRESIDENT fJATGS, OP IOWA COLLEGE, says: "There cannot be found In any other current literature In tho English languaee so brilliant an Interpretation of passing events In every part of tho world." BISHOP JOHN H. VINCENT! " I reeard tho Review of Reviews as the latest and best means of aid for tho busy man who wants to bo familiar with tho language of tho tlmo." THE I.ATB FRANCES E. WILLARD. PRESIDENT WORLD'S W. C. T. U.s sv " The brightest outlook window In Christendom for busy peoplo who want to seo what Is going on the world." CYRUS NORTHROP, L. L. D., PRESIDENT UNIVERSITY OP MINNESOTA: " The Review of Reviews Is Invaluable. More than any other publication, It brings the reader Into communication with the whole thinking world at once." IN FOR NUMBER CONTAINING f f w f w w w w Among tho buccaneer lenders who iilBunguished themselves ns land pi. rates was Vrnncls L'Olonnols, a French-num- . In those days It was tho custom Only thoso who havo been relieved merits became very strong. About two necessity to enforco servitude upon peoplo who Theso two words emphasize a of great suiTerlng can fully appreciate years later I had a running sore on my, nnd Indicate a remedy. nre not able to take care of themselves; developed lntp erysipelas and the gratitude with which tho testi- foot. unfortunately debtors nnd paupers of SrniNa the seiibon when tho blood is monials overflow written In favor of ufTcctcdIt the entire limb. At that timo most impure ns a result of tho win- Hood's Sarsnparllla. nil classes were sold to peoplo who Just read tills: I was ter's closer confinement, higher livlind need of their services. Hoys nnd Vory Much Run Down, ' ing, slower notion of tho kidneys and girls were sold for a term of yenrs, as I had been troubled with dyspepsia. somewhat ns if they hnd been appien liver; when humor3 of all kinds, boils, Tho drain on my system was so sevcro ticcs; and It so happened that tho boy pimples and eruptions are most llublo and my stomach was so weak I becamo a L'Olonnols wns sold to n master who to appear; when tho wenk, languid ready Victim of malaria. I feared I took him to tho West Indies. There ho condition of the whoio bodily struccould never regain my health. My stomtho lifo of a slave until he wns of led ture demands nnd welcomes help. ach rebellcdat the simplest food, and tho ngc: and then, being no longer subject medicines prescribed for me gavo but to ownership, ho became ono of tho Medicine that to. which the millions llttlo relief. I sent for a bottle of Hood'a turn at this season Hood's Sarsapafreest and most independent persona Sarsaparilla, and I had taken this mediTho original and only preprilla. who ever walked this earth. Ho began cine but three days when I began to imaration especially adapted to the preshis career on the island of Hispnnioln, prove. Continuing with It, I am now ent needs of the human family; that where he took up the business of huntbetter nnd stronger than I ever expectwhich makes tho blood pure nnd nnd butchering cnttle, but he soon ing ed to be. It has purified my blood and elenn, ns shown by Its thousands of com-mo- n became n pirate, and enlisted ns n given good circulation. I have had no wonderful cures of drcndful blood sailor on one of their ships. Hero return of my old troubles since." Mna. diseases; creates an appetite and he gave signs of being so brnve nnd W. Kane, Media, Pa. nood's Sarsacures dyspepsia, as shown by Its one of tho lending unscrupulous that parilla is "mnglctouch"innll stomnch troubles; "C. I. Hood & Co.,'Lowcll,Mass.: pirntcs on tho islnud of Tortuga gave stendics nnd strengthens the nerves, "Gentlemen; "My first experience Tho Modlolno For You , him a ship and n crew, nnd set him up ns proved by peoplo formerly nerv- with Hood's Sarsnpnrilla wns when I Because of what it has done for others? in business. The enrcer of L'Olonnols ous, now calm and used it ns n tonic nnd spring medicine. becnuse you ought this spring to take) wns much like that ot other buccaneers . thanks to It did me so much good my faith in its that which will do you the most good. of tho dny except that ho wns abominably cruel to his Spanish prisoners.. Ail the bnrbnrities attributed to tho pirates of the world wero united In the career of this wretch, who docs not nppenr to bo so good nn cxnmplo of the true pirato as Hoc, tho Ilrazllinn. America's Greatest Mcdicino, because it cures when all others fail. Ho sure to get nood's. Ho wns not so brave, "ho was not so able, nnd It would be impossible for THE INGENIOUS MAN. SI.OQ POH YOUR PHOTOGRAPH. anyone to look upon him ns a hero. After having attained in a short timo AVim PnrKotten In'llme PROPOSITION 1. the reputation of being the wickedest IIli Invention of XcimI. SQUAW VINB WINU CEHTIFIOATES. of his day, L'Olonnols wnshm-fortunapirato He wis n very innenlous num. He hnd Wtlta us 1st ITow Ionic you havo tucJ or enough to be wrecked upon miulo an invention which wns of great value. sold Dr. blmtuona Squnw Vino Wine. 2nd tho const near Cnnipeachy. He and his lie thought so, nt least, if the world did not, Btnto Discuses it cured. 3d Cllvo names of Ask you Qroccr to show you It tliota It curvd. 4tu Btnto tlio dlffercnco crew came safely to shore, but it wns nnd he hnd his invention patented. umft packngoof GltAIN-O- , tho now food eane and Letwccn its strength and action and tho presence was dis- wns a combination wan the usual form of the not long before their EtrtMiKlh nnd action of McLIreo's Winn of brella. The cane drink that taken tho plnco of coffoo. Ctrdnl. On receipt of letter enclosing recovered by the people of the town, nnd invention. At a bift parade nothing could he Tlio children rany drink it without cently tnken Photocraph we will Bend jou a unexmore the Spanish soldiers attacked them. pectedconvenient, nnd for nn ordinary,better? tl.WHottlo So.uaw Vino Wlno (FltEEJ. rainstorm, what could injury as woll 03 tho adult. All who There wns a tierce light, but the Span-inrd- s A man is sure to have his walking be stick with try It, liko It. dKAIN-- has that rnoposmoN a. were stronger, nnd the buccaneers him. rich seal brown of Jlocha or Java, LITER MEDICINE CERTIFICATES. Many wero It was not po very long after the invention were utterly defented. had been perfected that the man vm out but it is inado from pure, grains, and now lonp; you havo known, Wrlto us killed, wounded or taken prisonerj; walking with his wife, nnd a sudden uliower used or sold Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Mcditho most delicate stomach receives it Among the wounded was L'Olonnols, mine 1111. There were no cars accessible, nnd cino. 2nd Stato Diseases it cured. 3d Giro names of thoso cured. 4th State tho differ, without distress, j tho prico of coffee. nnd when tho Spaniards walkellfdNer the only thing to do was to run, nnd the enco between Its strength and action and did 15 cents and 25 cents por package the battle Held, he was looked upop ns unlucky pair house tliis with n vengeance, tbo strength and action of J. II. Zolllu reaching tho hot, uncomfortable, and & Co.'s "Liver Itcgulator" and tho Chattakilled. When the soldiers had retired, pretty wet. Sold by nil grocers. nooga Medlclno Co.'a 'Tlack Draught," both he stealthily arose and made his way "Well, wo arc here nt last," said tho man, of which contain Woody llulbs of itoots and Tastes like Coffeo Stems of llnrbs, and have sold at about 0 into the woods, where he stayed until Jrawing n long breath of relief. cents per packago, and should not retail at Looks like Coffee "Yes," said the wife, disconsolately, "but his wounds wens well enough for Uni over lu cents If consumers aro not imposed I have ruined my new bonnet. And, think Insist that your grocer (jtves yuu ORAIN-upon, whilo Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medlhiniseiffof John Smith," she milled, suddenly, with a to wnlk about. He divested Accept no Imitation. clno, made from tho purest and most carenixLtlio littlo Rcreani. "what do vou think you have his grent boots, his pistol-bel- t, fully selected Drugs, tcgardlcKSof cost, with tho llulbs of tho Itoots and Stems of tho rest of his piratical costume, nil ii.mi,i. i Jone! You had that old invention of yours Herbs by our secret process extracted and afTnir in your ing to his scanty raiment a elon bo than 25 thrown an hand all the time ready for nn emergency, "J cents- ,- Tho ay, cannot thosold at less la this: reason of dlffcrenco lint which he had stolen from HOG, ind forcot to use It." On June 30th, 1833. tho Supremo Court cottage, he boldly approached llic man tells the story, and thinks it is enjoined J. II. Zellln A. Co. from manufacticIISBii.nr.A. a a Bu. great joke.-- X. Y. Time. uring nnd nclIIng medicine under tho namo and entered it. He looked of "Dr. Simmons' Liver Medicine." How inurow nt lin!m nliimibui onU f ordinnry pTrson, and no not TH. 7X tm The licit 111.111 is lie who tries to perfect Zcllln'B answer to our bill said, tho modi, in Ima hnrlrr nmi looo imi unlitioo iht avrc 0 clno was designed as "cheap negro mediBMkllil'C token of him by the uuthoriti TFW! 'T.'mm sen; mm llie Happiest 111,111 m lip who IliTSKr. 1 OIK llltl T CT.W.O(lt'l. mallnl jiiii x upnn rt'rfitaui 1 wiiii tiiniilpa. cine for tlio negroes of the Mississippi Val1 t 'I'll In Nol'ICt: mill K 'iii In liuni. J he found shelter nnd somethi. mm.WLUH " iii.ii ne is penciling iiimicii. .oeinies. ley." And Zellln's manager testified In tho Mill A. HU.7KH KKll 10 , IA (IIDISK, nis Hi i)( case, and Zellln'B advertisements eald "that and he soon began to nink IHrft' 111 Nffi rv all tho I.Ivor Mcdicino they mako Is tnado by K'.v ircly. 'Often after 10, 15, 20 years' stifmtr very much at home iu the formula." concluslro Minmi, '". r.w.. vF.m7 fing, St. Jacobs Oil cities rheumatism. 7 l nnn nnn acres--I. ail. I galkTimttr, .;lrr-- l. tbo samo could there What tnoro their Liver bo that all evidence I UUUlUUU UIod, .Ir.p, it. btoe U'T Cnmpvaehy. lllr. JL Wn Medici no is "cheap negro mcdicino?" IT. II. ( HAH I OKI) X (1)., .tulitlllr, Tna. 1'IlkK rjTllnGl'K. fYin.l ll- tl tltcnlt'M 1fMina Nicholas. .. JiiUrr ' k. Again, tho United States Court. In tho tm; jiIiiMkah tticwi.t. uifiivn ivki llin "'HSt'lTf . rn meal, fat meat, pie nnd cake.(.1111111 i;n WELL MACHINBRY--Ora- t Zellln caso nt Knoxvlllc, Tcnn., enjoined tbo Itural Money Maker. old pronrlotors of the artlclo now called (.jfcurKcr. LOOMI8 A NICMAN. TIFFIN. OHIO. HlKll I.lKlltN.k inL.t I Ft T "Illaclc Draught" from perpetrating fraud by usIiir tho words constituting our trado "'it 'tririiii The early blnl cntches tliSv nnmo, and "Mack Draught" was not known "aarcateriillnrs sleep lute. till after 1870 yet thoy fnlsoly advortlso that It was established In 1R40, and fllchour trade Ken intellectual women hnvK..fc.. rm- f mil limiiHimiHiiiiililllllllllllllllilililill'lll'iltillimiiiiiniiiiiimim MM' virpBk.v by allowing their customers to untruthfully mil if Mr' represent It as tho same as our gcnulno nrtl-dthat a tliermoiieter helps kec Hyiwniw H thoy giving color of truth to tbo dewarm. JET ception by publishing tho picture of a Dr. iW 4 O ...... n. .. ...n. ..... Simmons on their wrapper, thereby associating their artlclo with our Dr. M. A. Simyears conic after she has qui HifEpT mons' L(ver Mcdicino, which ho established proposals. In 1840, and every packago of which 4i03 borno his plcturo sinco I8o0. Good stories should not be, For Infants and Children. On receipt of letter enclosing a recently ,'' ut-1 jn'iTi'im w j, plea bant weather; they arc taken Photograph wo will mall you a Packago Ltvcr Mcdicino (FIIEE). more on rainy days. C. 1'. SIMMONS MED. CO., Truo art is to conceal art St. Lotus, Siov who paints a velvet launli rffll"!" woman Wff-hands it on her parlor mantel. When a man shoots himself foflovc it is generally on nccount of some girl AteclablcPrcparatlonror Asnnmed "Pearl" or "Ulrdic." ( hlcago similating ihdToodandRcgula-liii- g Itecord. llic Stomachs andBowcb of Autlinrlly on Keoiiiuii. In tho Klondike. First Citizen "That lady journalist who just ennic In ns from thp tatcn i eems to be nn ntitho,r-ItPromotesDIgestlon.CIiccrruI-ncssandncst.Contal5eND Y0UB KAMfioN A P09TAL GARB on economy." Second (itien neilhcr (WD WE WILL SCNDYDU OUR ISoRaEJ "How is that?" Tirst Citl.cn "Shehns Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. OLUSYWED CATAL00UE FREE -- " nn nrtlcle iu the Chilcoot Courier on T7ilIfHIXTCD Dpdpjitimc Admc Cft Wot 'How to Live on Twelve Hundred a ) OiMj I80WINCHESTCRAVC . HtWlUvt-H- . Week.' "Puck. f ' d, Iluccniiccr. Spring Medicine Hood's camp-Rtool, rsapariiia lt te Try GrainOl Try Grain0! y T tK' $0$$fr49G$ I wlM-ft- t kennrn ?4r Jki R-.- mt.A - - t. - o, Hd .iB. Mb' K ?. fl-C- I1nI"4S'J The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature J y Lw vmx Narcotic. i I & Illil JU In.llriclly. I su)ipose you have to'mlnd the baby occasionally? Peck that Is, I mind inyjwlfo when she telln me to mind thnlmjiy. Chicago Evenli'g Xeivs. g AVeeks s; RccvccfOldllrSWUELEnXZlEB. JVmpXm Su&- . J Alx.Smwt ylniic Scttl ,'A.lUSJ- u- jAcartarMtifiiXril- A w A A A THIS THE 'STAMPS 25o A Special Offer to Readers of this Advertisement : A A the magazine to readersof of this paper ofonReviews issubscriptionwill send $2.50. We The regular price the Review for six A months for $1.00. 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No. 3rel ('orn No. 2 mixed Oals--.N'- IIOOS Commo-.- i Mixed p.ickers LIVi: STOCK Cnttlccommon $3 0) (h 3 I 15 Select butchers Ui CAI.VKS-K- alr to gooil light .. II it Qc.1 3 Mircli 22 IK) 110 i" Til II HI 3 ' C4 O'o U IU) d'3 3 7f ApcrfcclUcmcdy for Constipation, Sour Stomach.Diarrlioca, Worms .Convulsions Jcvcrish-ncs-s and OF SLEEP. a. iv, mi:ai cyclic co., ciiicaoo. ijW loss TncSimltc Signature of in 31 211 fil) tfJ'Sfi) ft Sk WA l'3 '.' a fa NTSW YORK. Always Bought. Alton' Ulcerlne Hulve Is tbo Oilr suroruroln tbo world for I'hronln Ulcera, llnno Ulcers. Hcriiruloua Ulcera, Vnrlcoso Ulcera. Whlta Huelllnir. Fever Noras, and all Old Sorei. It never fulls. Drnnsoutallpolson 8avcsoxpcnseand sullerlni;. Cures pcruinuout. llcst salvo tor Ilnlla, Curlninclea, IMlea, Nnlt..Itllenra, .Ilnriia, Cuts . ..ii .11 N.l J 1. .. .M. iii.ii.BuiAii.ixivi imau. lluunui rem uiiuiii. tctc. Hook freo.it .1 lw, iKX.M.iw.n Jiujvit;anxi CO., Nt. l'util, Minn Mold by UriiEKlsts, -- jt Kye No. 2 HAY Prime toeliolco .Mess pork 1'JIOVISIONS HUTTIIK-Chnl- tl'j Lard l'rlmo steam cu dairy l'rllne to choice creamery. AI'I'LKS-I'- cr ubl l'O'l'ATOKS-I'- cr 1)1)1 rtl'J 3?!i 20H 25 i h 0 50 a !: - ti 300 & 3 'i 2.1 EXACT COPVOf WRAPPER. Boat In tho World for oil Purposes-- . ivrue 10 m.M THC CCNTAUn COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. SCALES! The Standard Seals and Supplj Co.. 2 iO U'ty. .. CHICAGO TLOUK UHAIN-Wlie.it WE SELL DIRECT TO FARMERS. AWT,V!I! TJonn Meal i'uos. jvuiu, por cent. iiozo 8 to 10 8 to 10 OtolO 9 to 10 11 to 12 13 to 15 AHD AGEHT'S PROFIT. Ammama, Actum 1'IHUSU, No. 2 COUN-N- o. 2 OATS Na S rOKIC-Mcss LAIIU-Sie- am Winter patents No. ,' red.... Chicago spring . I 400 87 63 ao a&oo 1 SBHB!KSS f Tm BBBk Olti $0M it CT S l'lTTSBVIian, Ps. fS HI Mnnnrnctnrera. j. tu, ' IB 'Pure Itaw .Four Fold Fertilizer..... ' Brnokv Citv Fertilizer. , JJler Bonanza Fertilizer. Potato Special Fertilizer.... Tobacco Sneclal Fertilizer.. Jjone ana moat.. . i 2 per cent. 2M Tor samples nnd pamphlet, write B 3 to 4 4 to 5 STRATMAN & CO., WALKER 4-- -- 3Jto4 to 3 lWto2K to 3 tos 10 " IB OO " 80 OO " 33 00 SI 00 " " 18 00 Herr's Island, Pittsburgh, Pa. per cent. 2 to 3 l!4toS 4 to 5 0 to7 4 to 5 KLOUH-Wln- tcr $23 OO OO per ton COIt.N-N- WHKAT-No. o. 2 KYK mixed NEW YOIIIC patent red.;. liH Vi)tlu D H B B T ,uu"MffMl Si P3 S? i& S W I S I iJJ ty lit 60 OIH 3U?i OWNfVHLLd WALLS AND CEILINGS ? IBLII 111117 g 4SP GKB IB III BD IB M Vk sBbk OATSMixed 1'OliK-N- ew LAKU 4 mass Western HALTIMOHU -- 0 (tlO 3 U 3 35 73 23 '. ii I jS Caicimo Fresco Tints FOR DECORATING Linuaa i I S G Larneat Krowers of flrnat and Clover SeecUSJ an In America. MOO acres, our Oraas Mixtures last a. lifetime Mfarinwa sown In April vrttl ffire a roiwlnircrop In July, Trices dirt cheap. Mam-moth catuloiruo nnil 11 pkB. Orassand arolns," SB rilKB for but 10c. and this notice. Catalogue fie. B10IIXA. S1LZCH SEEU CO., LACROSSE, WIS. (KS.)S CLOVER SEED: a a -- H OKAIN QQ$f&$O99(&9&OOy&S&&3OOOQd9m9a9Q$00QQ0riQm&tti 11 Mixed Oats No. 2 wlilte Ujc No. 2 western CAT'lLH- First quality -- PLOUIl Famllr Wheat No. S., Southern Wheal Corn 4 HO 0 do 4 CO H'J'fiGft MUl W 3I'BCD 31 EAST, WEST, HOME IS BEST," IF KEPT CLEAN WITH HOC! - U 4 am Ml'.i 4 40 o INDIANAPOLIS. UltAIN-Whcat-- H 4 M 5 5 $ 2 No. SAPOLIO 8 Corn CHAIN Wheat Corn Mixed Oats Mixed POIitC Mcst ...' LAHD-Me- .tm I FLOUIl Winter patent No. 2icd No. Oats No. 2 mixed LOUISVILL11 373 2 H tt4 29 A 1 TUtVlOHS, PILES and all forms of rUnllviiantOrowtli.1 S; IS cured at homo without tho use of your own leal- Pioccror paint dealer nnd do g. the knlfo. Hook free. Dr. J.U.IAO.t IO., t.rll.TlIJ,HU scientific principles by machinery This material Is mndo on twonty-fou- r A WVSM and cxpeunefi Tor honcst.itcttTO mu tlntr. nnd Is Buperior to nny concoction of Gltto and Whiting s: Watei. 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