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Its operations have been conducted with the utmost deliberation and judgment, and while independently pursued, no source of Information was neglected, und the fullest opportunity was allowed "for a simultaneous investigation by the Spanish authorities. The finding of the court of Inquiry was reached after 23 days of continuous labor, on the 2lst of March, hv stant, and having been approved on the 22d by the commander-in-chie- f of tho United States naval forco on tho North Atlantic station, was transmit uctloij oitlfc teied, and uftdr the in jth'ti Maine the Wore foiu nroner nlaeo in tho captain's enbt everything havltfg been i emitted "i cure that evening at 8 p. in. V& Tho temperature of tho inugazlni and shell rooms were taken dally at reported, The only magazine with s tl had an undue muirazine," and thaVdi a'tor not explode at the time tho Maine v lu-y- s ICY., FRIDAY, APEIL 1, 1898. NUMJ5ER 21). v 1V Jf ff CONGRESS. JMaval Board of In - nmount"-pfJu,ut.:w- destroyed. By provision o its charter, depositors ore ns fully protected as nn Tlio tornedo warheads "were all depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being hefd individually stowed in the after part of. the shli liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par value under the ward 'roolii, "and nclt)iel r ' 51 Tli64 President Turns It Over caused nor participated lii the destruc thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may act " ! tion of tho Maine. J tr as Executor, Administrator, Trustea or Receiver, as an individual. ict-- ' Th'o drv irun cotton primers and. w Congress With Messaae. ted to tho executive. before the con- tonaters were stowed vifj tho.cabift,iiaftl Vi It Is herewith laid " t' gress together with the voluminous and remote from tho seWd' of tliojis--- ' Co. Stan- and f'ji"i 1V..l4.t., V rft 'jTkSWU Condition of T plosion. testimony taken before the court. Waste was carefully looked after ford. Kentucky. December 31, 1896. Its purport Is, in brief, as follows: Blown to Pieces bu When tho Maine arrived at Havana board tho Maine to obviate, danger. "- ?c &').&& RESOURCES: & - a LIABILITIES: she was conducted by the regular gov- Special orders in regard to this ljaS; 1302,615.21 KotM and Bills st- a Submarlns Mine. Capital Stock .' 1200,000 01 ernment pilot to buoy No. 4, to which been given by the commanding. oflleeiv 1,005.82 -. Othrr Stacks and Dondi . - JV . 1 Surplus Fund 19,433.41 sho was moored in from flvo and one-ha4 202.41 Varnishes, dryers, alcohol and other Ovrrdrntts 40,239.20 Individual Deposits Duo from Bank IM.MHW combustibles of this nature," Avdr' ltd aslx fathoms of water. v- Banking House and Fixtures ,.. 6,40000 Due to Banks. l0t&4l Xhostarto,of discipline on board and stowed on or above tho mainc dcckagdl 5,093.20 Lash r k.flThe Court vOs? Unablo to Place the the condition of her magazines, boilers, .U.L. AIW IJM.U 1337,015,90 1337,015.(4 I "J "ir; t coal bunkers and storage compart- with the destruction of the Maine. $g 'T, BlamoiOn the Perpetrators U. D. I'J.AIibllll' IM-.lOIiK. ti ments are passed in review, with tho Tho medical stores were btowcda; I Off Key West, Pin , March 22, lb'JS. f conclusion that excellent order pre- under tho ward room, and'remoto fr DIRECTORS: J ho proceedings and findings of the , ,fPvailed and that no Indication of any the scene of tho explosion, court of inquiry in the above case are Jr J. Williams, Mt. Vornon. S. iL.Embry, Stanford. No dangerous stores of any "kin; approved. cause for an infernal explosion existCopy .f Report Also Bent to Madrid J. S. Owsley, Stanford. . J. F. Cash, Stanford. ed in any quarter. wcro stowed below In any of the othb: ,"1 MMifo bay Ho feels M. SltJAlil), r J. B. Owsley, Stanford. A. W. Carpc'ntcr, Stauford. T.-8 o'clock' In the ovening of Feb store rooms. I At Tlmt 'ialu Win Dictate it Council Hvar Admiral, Connnandcr-in-Cliie- f of William Gooch, Stanford. W. H. Cummins, Lincoln Countyr Thq coal bunkers were Inspect ruary 15th everything had been report- IlotU Satisfactory and l'ehccnble.' the U. S. naval force on tho North S. II. Shanks, Stanford. J. E. Lynn, Stanford. .' ' dailv. Of thoso bunkers adiacentVTl eel secure anil all was quiet. "" Atlantic Station. N. Mcnefec, Stanford. . -( the forward magazines and shjhl ,' .nrrAt 40 minutes past 9 o'clo ',&&& Washington, March 29. One of tho rooms, four were empty: n.ainelyi main points Washington, rarciT20.ntfre5pVl was suddenly destroyed, brought out by tin testi- S. H. SHANKS, President. J, Bv OWSLEY, CashiVr dent Monthly sent ii r.ii;,,..i,:iv neS- - : ThercwtSro"' two distinct cxplosslon, in a, u , a i), l o. -- a 10 nuu vuc. mony in tho Maine case, which wont bago.to"coitirrcss: with a brief interval between them. in use that day, and "A 10" wns full: W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. to congress Monday with tho report To tht- - Congress ofalhd. Up.itctf States; The first lifted the forward part of tho New llivcr coal. This coal had bee f-solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, and of the board of inquiry, will correct an "For some- time prlorof"' "tho. visit of ship very preccptlbly; tho second, qarcfully inspected beforo receiving 5 important impression they will receive prompt attention. which lias preJ.B.OWSLEY, Cashier which was more open, prolonged and on board. Tho bunker in which .1 vailed all over the Maine to Havrtnaifiarbor'our the country. The testipointed out the of greater volume, is attributed by the was stowcu was accessible on mre mony will prove representatives that the battleships advantages to How fr.om the visit of court to tho partial qxptoslon of two sides at all times, and the fourth si positirt'11 was not changed after sho at this time on account of 'bunker national shjps to tho Cuban watorst In or more of the forward magazines.the The evidence of the divers establishes "It 4" and "II 0" being cmptV JThl enteredbuoy harbor. She was moored neenstoming the people to tho prci to 11 " unl icmained thero until eneo of our Hag at, the symbol Of good that the after part of tho ship was bunker, "A 10," had been inspect blown up: of our ships in the fulfillment practically intact and sank in that tVint. flnv bv tni onnrlniir nfln'nr i wiUnnd : "Tfl of thcTmisslon of protection to Amer- condition a very few minutes after tho dAv. f NOT A DOLLAR Tho forward part was ican interests, oven though no imme- explosion, xiiu iiru uluriii? 111 uuuncra wuiu i. l'nr Cub iji ltrl U.i i Ilir l'rcciloin la Is absolutely necessary to the younp man or young woman who would win completely demolished. working order, and there had nevctj diate need therefore might exist. i V ninUeil Itt'llff jreHi.iqjp I'ohIimiiic!. succoss in life. This being1 conceded, it is of tho first Importance to get your Upon tho evidence of. Concurrent' ex been a case of spontaneous combusticAccordingly on the 24th of January WAhiiciox, March 20. The temper training at tho school that stands in tho very front rank tho '"ii of congress Is such that the president last after conference with the Spanish ternal cause the finding of tho court is of coal on board tho Maine. r . minister? in which tho renewal of ns follows: ilia iwo alter uouers ui. wx an nus been ailvisca not to sand In tho "At .frame 17 tho outer shell bjt tho, wjorcin tse at the time of tho dis: visits of our war vessels to Spanish csday. At rolhfl jnass,ajfo :bh point eleven and .one-hal- f waters was discussed and accepted,., the ship, uuiriur uu.'jjiiury jiur.poses'-oui- y 4 mnjtugiit.it was statea .tnat lie nau 'shi a comparatively low pressure qt. peninsular authorities at Madrid and fcct,JrpifljElio middle llndof--thcldjC'd tlu jncssagq for ttfe 'limlp-li- t ItfMJHiiuiL t'mif 'Havana wrcro advised of tho purposo of and 'six'fcet above tho keel when In its and.bfii 'tended by a iroli$ibli 33ZY'., 7lv MM AStliA posltibn, has bccnrforccjd tip so pilers cpiNttaot this. government tor resutnu friendly normal ' -. . tW "V. iSM navalvlslts at Cubanports, jnid that .as to be now about four fcot above ' 'r-.- i" izrKrij,- ji i Wrtha't view tliVIalno would'forth- - theV8urfacet" of'"TtheJwater.-itlrjy ja rsri.rtrr.fi rw.it rt.riiBi ''j-'i-ji- j i ci. -i- ..;r.."";ii . a" v i i iyii !t?v.2:.f jut - . r.niij.!. kHu.iKjrv Htjiumuuh TV quiry Report., ten-inc- h jih&&. yiiijfehc vto f , &gr ASv lf - .. " oltoin of tho ship at about a id somewhat 0:1 the port ship. court llud5 that the lo.s of tho On the occasion named, u as not respect duo to fault or ncgll- n the part of any of tfie ofilcers nuqrs of the crew of said vessel. tho opinion of the court, tho was destroyed bv the explosion mine, which caused rtial explosion of two or moro 'forward magazines. Ihe court has lmnn niiabli- - to ob-plividence ll.ing the responsibility the destruction of the Maine upon .person or persons. T. bAJii'so.v Captain U. S. N., President. Makix, Lieut. Cominander, U. S. N., Judge Advocate. Jio court, having finished the in- d ry it was ordered to inako, at 11 a. m. to await the action flhe conveniiiL' autiiorities. ' T. SAMi-bOCaptain U. S. N., President. A Maiux, Lieut. Commander. U. S. N., Judgvj Advocate. ad-rne1 THE FARxMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPA NY, STANFORD. KY. BucoMlori to the Lincoln National OK Bank. the Farmer Bank Trust A ,? I iii!TJ We - con-Mil- ar fl BUSINESS EDUCATION & f Ir-i- - frui Bryant Stratton Business College, mm o 'fr .J 'S. iiiiM . a ' 'JL.OTJISVir.r.B, 'tV,f" . - i . T BVHIj f .iTTM F tjyrjjurfey ri V- 3 Mi H I S h fSYCMlSetS ' ., . .7. T TT of the f rlendrv' character of tho visit into a reverse V shape, the after wfng inc uaipo everyining nau ucen report of of which, about fifteen feet broad and of tlio Maine and with notification feet in length (from frame reliable persons, through the proper intention to return tho courtesy by thirty-tw- o sending Spanish ships to tho principal 17 to frame 25) is doubled back upon it- authorities, to the commanding officer.. ports of the United States. Mcan self against tho continuation of tho At the time the Maine was destroyed the ship was quiet, and therefore least while the Maine entered the port of samo plating extending forward. "At frame 18 tho vertical keel is liable to accident caused by movement Havana on tho 25th of iTanuarj, her urrlvnl being marked with no special broken in two and tho flat heel is bent from those on board. incident besides tho exchango of cus- Into an angle similar to the angle EXPLOSIONS. formed by tho outside bottom plates. tomary salutes and ceremonial visits. Tho destruction of the Mahio ocThe Maine continued in the harbor Tho break is now about six fcot below curred at 9:40 p. m. on the 15th day of of Havana during tho three weeks fol- tho surface of tho water and about SO January, 1S0S, in tho harbor of HaNo appreciable feet above Its normal position. lowing her arrival. In the opinion of tho court this ef vana, Cuba, sh,o being at tho time excitement attended her stays on tho anchored to tho same buoy to which could have contrarj. a feeling of relief and confi- fect explosion ofbeen produced only by sho had been taken upon her arrival. a mino situated under dence followed the resumption of tho tho Thero were two explosions of a dislong Interrupted friendly intercourse. tho bottom of the ship, at about frame tinctly different character, within immediate ef- 18 and somewhat on tho port sldo of very short, but distinct, intcrvnl beSo noticeable was this fect of her visit that tho consul gener- tho ship." The conclusions of tho court are: tween them, and the forward part of al strongly urged that tho presence of the ship was lifted to a marked degreo our ships In Cuban waters should be That the loss of the Malno was not due at the tlmo of tho first explosion. up by retaining tho Maine at in any respect to negligence on the kept CONDITION OF THE WllfcCK. Havana, or in the event of her recall, part of any of the ofllcers Or members The evidence bearing upon this by bending another vessel there to take j of her crew; Tlmf, the ship wa3 destroyed by the being principally obtained from divers, her place. At 40 minutcb past nine in the even- explosion of a submarine mine, which did not cnablo the court to form a defing of the 15lh of February tho Malno caused the partial explosion of two inite conclusion as to the condition of was dc;tr.oyed by an explosion, by or more of tho forward magazines; and tho wreck, although It was established That no evidence has becu obtain- that the after part of tho ship was which the cntiro forward part of tho In this able fixing tho responsibility for tho practically intact and sanl'c in that ship was utterly wrecked. catastrophe !two officers and 204 of her destruction of tho Maine upon any condition jn a very few minutes after tho destruction of the forward part. crew perished, those who were not person or persons. I havo directed that tho finding of The first explosion was moro In tho killed outright by tho explosion being penned between decks by tho tangle of tho court of inquiry and tho views of nature of' a rcrort, like that of a gun; while tho second explosion w as moro wrcckago and drowned by tho imme- this government thereon bo communidiate sinking of tho hull. Prompt as- cated to tho government of her majesty, open, prolonged and of greater volsistance was rendered by tho neighbor- tho queen, and I do not permit myself ume. This second explpilon was, in ing vessels anchored In tho harbor, aid to doubt that thq senso of justlco of tho opinion of tho court, Tiauscd by 'the being especially given by tho boats of tho Spanish nation will dictate a course partial explosion of twopr mora of the tho Spanish cruiser Alphonso XII. and of action suggested by honor and the tho forward magazines of the Mainc. Tho following facts in regard to tho the Ward lino btcamcr City of Wash- friendly relations of tho two governforward part of tho ship are however ington, which lay not far distant, Tho ments. It will bo tho duty of tho executive established by the testimony. wounded were generously cared for by That portion of tho port sido of tho the authorities of Havana, tho hos- to advise tho congress of tho result, pitals being freely opened to them, and In the meantime deliberate con- protective deck, which extends from is invoked. about frame 30 to about framo 41 was while tho earliest recovered bodies of sideration William McKinlf.y. blown up, aft and over to tho port. the dead were interred by tho muTho irialp.deck from about framo 80 to nicipality in a public cemetery In the Executivk Mansion, March 28, 1808. Tho following is tho full text of tho aboqt frame 4l wits blown up, aft, arid city. Tributes of grief and sympathy slightly oyer tb stnrbonrd folding tho 'were offered from all official quarters report of the. cour.t.Jnquiry: forward part of tlio middle superstrucU. S. S. Iowa, fst Rate. j 'of tho Island. t, ture over nnd 0n top of tho after part. Fla., March 31, 1808. , Tim appalling calamity fell unon tho This was in the opinion of tho court, After Jull and matur.ceondsidcration people of our country with criisning force artdior a brief tlnlo aif inflcnso'jof all the testimony before it the court caused hy the partial explosion of two or more of the forward magazines of cAcitomont prevailed, which in a com - flhds as follows: 1, That tho United. States battle tho Mainc. liiunlty loss'.jusl and 5. At framo 17 tho outer shell of tho than ours, might have lc(T to husty act ship Ma,lno arrived In the harbor of a, on the twenty-fift- h day ship, from a' point U'tf feet from the of blind rescntrnqnt, This spirit, IjirtW lJavuna.-i.Cubccr, soon gave way to tho calmcn. pro- - of, January,'' Eighteen, Hundred and middle lino of tho bhip, and G feet taken to buoy above tho keel when in its normal pocesses of reason anil to the rcsolv to invcitigato the, .facts mid riVvait irtiw tfo..4itj front Vtf Jftrfd jW half to six sition, hab be'en forced up bp as to be tcrial proof Vofqro forming a judgment- - fathoms of water," bynhe regnlar gov now about 4 feet abovo the surface of tho water; therefore about 34 feet asto tho cause, tflo rcs)i6nslbiHty and, J crnmont pilot, w if tho.faots'warrantcdtho remedy due. ' The United States consul gcnoral at above where It would bo had the ship bottom This collide 'necessarily recommended r , Havana had notified'tho authorities at sunk uninjured. Tho outsido "V shape ,' the prittouS ovening, of plating is bent into a reversed tno exccuuvo Itscu from tiro outset-t(V) tho aftcrwlng of which, about 15 of Jtlio Maine. for only in the light osa dispassiont thq Intended-arriva- l 2. Tho state of discipline on board feet broad and 83 feet in length (from atcly ascertained certainty could tho nature and measure of its tho Malno was excellent, and all or- frame 17 to frame 25) is doubled back full duty in the matter. ders and regulations in' regard to tho upon Itself against the continuation of The usual procedure was followed, caro and safety of tho ship were strict- - tho same plating extending forward. At framo 18 the vertical keel is 'ns in all cases of casualty or disaster to ly carried out. national vessels of any maritime state, All ammunition was stowed in ac broken in two, nnd tho Hat keel bent ,ynaval court of inquiry wjs at onco cordance with prescribed instructions, into an angle similar to tho anglo "organized, composed of officers "Wbll and'propor cafe was taken with which formed by tlio outsido bottom plntlng. This break is now about blx feet below qualified by rank and practical exper- ammunition was handled. ience to discharge the onorous duty Nothing wns stowed in nny one of tho surface of the water, and about 30 imposed upon them. Aided by a strong tho magazines or shell rooms which feet abovo its normal position. In tho oninion of the court, this force of wreckers and divers, the court was not permitted to lo stowed mere. proceeded to malte a thorough invest! Tim mnnminos nml shell rooms were effect could havo bccYi produced only tration on tho spot, employing every rBiWays locked uftcr lnrnsr hv'en en-- . h tlju explosion of amino oitu,atcd un -. r I Kkv-Wes1 d :; jimMmmmmm '''liww;'!. 'jr " s:c5enator.AU! u fi.ngloy told would bo useless to trunsmltthe message to congress, un less with it he could send assurances that ,tho propo.iti n of autonomy Spain Intended lo iibmlt wculd be acceptable to the Cubans. This the picsident frankly said ho wns unable to- - do at this time; that negotiations wcio in jrogress which 'he believed would nt'n'n tills end, but thcy.hud not reached a ttagc when ho for. could give the assurance Uoth Mr. Aldrieh and Mr. Ding-le- y then told hfm that it would bp useless to tend in tho message, Mr. Uingley saying that ho did not believe the hous. wmld submit, and Mr. Aldrieh telling him that tho senlit tli sliitid that ate would not. in their opin on a ptovision recognizing, tho Independence cf Cul a wmild ho coupled with any piojosllion of relief that might Ve picsentoil. .IriCJf-jtnd-a'p- . It Writo for beautiful book givingj testimonials from graduates, occupvintr nrnml. ncnt positions all 6ver the United States It will bo mailed FREE ft 71 M Druggists and Pharmacists. MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt Vernon, Ky. We carrv Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c. Prescrip tions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a" call for goods usually kept in a drugstore. first-clas- s Erf CX r t 1 sk, First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Rear Admiral F. M. Hamscy, U. S. Navy. SEVERAL CONGRESSMEN Have n Coiiff-rrurHlth the I'rmlilent on tho hltctitlmi Washington, March 20. A number of senators and representative, of both parties conferred w.ith the presl-'dcnt'the' white house Monday night Itis tald thut tho opinion expressed by most of those who talked with Mr. McKinlcy was that thu congress was inclined to obj et to 'urthor delay a settlement of tho Spanish situation nnd that unless tho next message was more definite thp radical members could not be held in ehc'ck! ' At the meeting of the senate committee on foreign relations on Wednesday, Senator IVyo will movo that he committee remain in continuous session until the questions relating torthe "Maine, Cuba and Spain are sot-tieMr.? Foralcjr will introduce Tuesday a resolution recognizing tlio independence of Cuba. "TTfthlii Men Drowned In Iluto'i llirbor. giurrLK, Wash., March 20. C. A. Andrews, becoild engineer of the steamer J. C, llarr, Iroiton, O,; T. II. Tracy, riveter and fitter. Cincinnati, nnll"ffJ. C. Docrr and l'ctcr Doerr, frtthcr and son. of St. Louis, ilrowncd at Dutch Harbor, Alaska, March U. They were crossing in a sniallboat from UnnlnsUa to Dutch naxlfqnnnd in a squall their bo.it news wn bronght hy tlio stejllifcyVr'llWi at d. eap-siihTl- iu Capital Sto'ok I. wi'Hayden, $200,000. t Surplus M?23,100 ..DIRECTOR- S- K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Reid T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, J. S. Hockcr and M. J. Miller. . We solicit the accounts of the citizens oi Rockcastle and adjoining-counties- , assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view to business relations, respectfully invited. . o S. 1IOCKER, Prca, JNO, J. McROBERTS, CahferT lii o that-'place- jonas Mckenzie For Everything: in GO TO .r Dru.Goods. Giotnmo. Boots ana snoes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. &Bc8t Goods, afNLi in- - Prices, w , '1 uvr?tfgr,vy Hfe&ati: -- ygu i Ut Vernon Signal, Friday. Apr. i. 1898. Pudlisted every Friday by JAMES MARET. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YfiAk $t,-0- ing with muzzle of nun onThistfoot Professional 'Cards. and holding the qrecchmEiand, j DEALERS IN Sam Ward, Sr., was in Mt. Ver- iiik (jiiii wuiuun j luwiiigj.niU'jlgiy D. S., M. D. and painful furrow tlirouelMliis P. APcnnipRton.'I). non last 'week. DENTIST, foot. Dr. Benton was called? Dr. Cooper was in Crab Orchard Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods til lair prices. Some H)f our merchantsjlwil' sis N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts., the first 'of the week. ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. to the cities this week toMvjwxijbeir LOUISVILLE. KY. Will Hundley was down from stock. Sts.-- LIVINGSTON. DAVIS & SON and Church . General Merchandise orllrf01d Main , u.A. veacion, agentiMoi Joseph Coffey and Louis Dillion Bower Gate Latch sHfirna sey &ft. ? county. application were in Mt. Vernon, Monday. . : ' aafcfc SURVEYOR' W G. Burger will, start onThis Lee Tate was lure last week on ..-- ,Vl. Gov. James B. McCrearj is the official business. trip Mexiootlns week. X logical candidate for Congress. 'S.quire Brown held court Also, an Agent for the best Dr. R'edd tas returned to. Crab Jl, ' ' Tailors in the world. after a visit to his sister juai vvcuuuauujr, Gov. Bkadi.Ev's speech at the Orchard launching of the Kentucky was ti Mrs. Dr. Cooper. Larkin Hicks bought ofljaiues ''more for Rem. Maun who. recently sold Cloyd'a nice 3year-olC. P. DRS. G. B. & J. H. LAWRENCE his barber shop at this place, has Ik it conies to war with Spain it moved his family to Ford where Rev. Livingston filledihis apand Will be a water rather than a land they wil! reside. pointment at the Christiaiitfchurch wai . Lige Herrin seeing how far ahead here Saturday and Sunday, ' (Rice CSrOffice at residence Livingston was ol Mt. Vernon, Robt. Wilmot has had a severe property) opposite the Southeast' has been suggested that Fitz moved in our midst near Hon. attack, of pneumonia but is convacorner of Court yard. hugh Lee be made the first presi- has Sam Ward's on the,river. "fa" lescent, KY. MT. VERNON, the Cuban Republic. dent of Miss Iva Painter, of Brodhead, is Our efficient section foreman is Itjs said that Gov. Bradle wil thecuest of the family of W. H. always in the lront rank resume his study ot the uses to Rice. E. E. Protheroe made a business C. C. WILLIAMS, which a state constitution may be Warren Williams, of Cincinnati, trip to the mountains a fewRays in times of peace. put Attorney-at-LaWere with friends here Saturday. ;H since. t. Vernon, Ky. Mrs. Chas. Starks is visiting Mr. Williams who has theTcon-traThose newspaper men who are Starks' parents in Marion county. John the Frith & Dunn store of doubting story of sulphur showers, c.Office on 2nd floor of new Reuben Mullins was here from house is making rapid progress. brick on Church' street.. Special having occurred in this county last Owen Jarrett is with us ors'his attention given to collections. week, will probably doubt there be- Mt. Vernon, Sunday. ?. ing svico a place us the lower region Miss Daisy Parlsley Wta'o has been best girl at present. even after old Nick gets them on visitinir E. S. Elmore returnea G. W. McCLURE. the griddle, which he'ssuie to do. to her home in Lincoln, Sunday. Advertising rates made known on Brush Creek last week. S. N. Davis MT. VERNON, KY i-- r to-Ne- w Mt Vernon, Ky Brodhead Marble Works. W. H. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR. MANUFACTURER AND DKAI.KR IN 1. lV,l..r.. . d Monnumonts and Tomb Stones. Collegiate-Institut- e IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. PHYSICIANS SURGEONS. Mt Vernon Fall Session Opens Sepember Academic, Intermediate, and It , 6, 1897. , 'V Primary, Departments. w, Special Normal L. M- ct SCROGGS. Principal ;v Worlc for Teachers. Our opinion ir that therein be no war with Spain. Cuba will be purchased and set free. The price to be paid will range between The United 150 and 200 million. States has been taught a lesson: That lesson is: In time of peace prepare for war; not to wait until Avar is upon you, before you prepare. Lindsay laughingly notes that "there has been considerably more peace talk since Spain's flotilla started for this country." And yet there will be more of it, now that the Senate has taken up the matter of- private pension bills growing out of the war that years ago. closed thirty-thre- e - Senator' ' I Our town needs good improvements in the way of sidewalks, &c. The town board has made the right start. More orders should be made for sidewalk's. The contract for transporting stone, &c. should be let to the lowest bidder. No town official lies a right to bid. Don't centralize what little busi ness you have to give out. Give every one a lair showdown for the "work. I W. R. Dillion was in Sfanfoid, " Sunday. t For Infants and Children. Dillion has returned after a Russ protracted visit to Lincoln. I Tit Crab Orchard Dr. J. H.rettus, of is visiting his brother, L. A. Pet-tuDr. Pettus is talking of locating here. When Your Horse Is Shod By C, Mullins is on the sick list this week. Mrs. Chas. Harris is no better v at this writing. You may depend upon it that it River on a high; and cross-tieand logs are coming in by the has been done in a scientific mail- ner and the shoes will stay oil u wholesale. At the last meeting of the Lit- til worn out. JCSTCASH. -erary Society the question discussed ? a beJtterforra was the Monarchy V of Government than Republic. It was discussed by Col. Bentley and LIME for the affirmative Joe Manufacturers A Saunders and John and Walter of Li uii: and brick. negative. The judges, , Pope for the Messrs. R. C. Wade of this place, They also furnish Lime, Building Edward Mahoney and Joseph Page Stone, either quarry face or cut. They decided in Orders promptly filled. of Louisville. favor ot the negative. Our new depot will be furnished and occupied by May ist.. and Wm. Fields will soon have his large hotel completed. We extend a MADE BY cordial invitation to all our Mt. Vernon friends to come up and H. C. s. CASTOR A AttO r ney-a- U La w, Livingston Town, : I Mt. Vernon, Ky. All business entrusted to my care will receive prompt attention. Office on Second floor of new brick on Church street. DR. A. G. LOVE Lit," Lots for Business and Dwelling Houses; Be k V -- J THO'S TAYLOR Physician and Surgeon- -. Blacksmith, fS MT VERNON, rY Oflieo North Mile Alain street In the most desirable Part of Town near Where new epot will v s located. Call and see them. R. G.WILLIAMS, Attoi?nejsr-ab.lfL;'a'vv, -- Wm. FIELDS . . s-at- IVmVERNOI COMPANY wSKifowk;K:Y. Bourbon ' Chief, Jr. This fine black Jack is 5 years hands high lltid stands 15 unexcelled as a good breeder Hnd sure foal getter. He will stanil at my stable at Maretburg, Ky', at the low figure of $5 to insure a colt 4 months old. J. NIGrifun, 28-'E. J. Brown eld, 3f GREEN FRONT Xo)oDrug Store. Drugs, i Medicines, H Groceries Cheapest; ' WAGONS Gentry, the Cheap, TOBACCO AND CIGARS Chaper, i . 'V C- - DAVIS & CO w 1i", see us. Speaking of the shower ofstilph Mt. Vernon, theCyn-thian- a Democrat .iays'it had no idea the town was so near ns that. Brer Allen doesn't know Brer Maret, or he would know that the latter 12 always near there. Iuterior fell urthat at Joe Magee, of Londouj is visiting his brother John this week. ' ARE AS GOOD AS Twenty-eigh- .Hotel Frith F. FRANCISCO, PrOpr. Located at the Depot"$Sgcw ? TO' BE GIVEN AWAY! GREATEST REM'IUM EVER-OFFERE- s W,ILDIE. - BEST t years experience in black-smithing. Brodriead, Good Livery Ky. Free to New Subscribers, to Old Subscribers Who Renew; uul to those ,w In Arrears Who Pay Up r Through arrangements with the publisher, the Mt. Vernon Sir.NAl;,, has cured a limited number of paid up yearly subscription to There is yet considerable sick- the business. Horse shoeing a Meet all Trains, Day and Night. Also gene: t1 pecialty. Traveling Men and Railroad ness in this community. Journal. men Solicited. Will fur "It do" look that way, for . Fish'aud W. H. Jones .went ' Richmond Street, Mt. Vernon, nish luncheson all Trains. Brusii creek is only seven miles to Mt. Vernon, Monday. Ky. from this point, and Crab Orchard Mrs. Isaac Dooley, of Laugford, has long since reformed. Station is very low with pneumonia Aatthed fV FARM AND TRADE- - Prof. Phillips has had to disconsc'hool for several days the expulsion of the Spaniards on account of being unable to from Cuba would mean n victory teach; having a carbuncle on the of the Uuited States against the back of his neok. countries of he Old World and f their predominance in of Mr; Forrester, traveling salesMexico, which will be the key to man for Cowan McCIuug Co., the two oceans when they are con- Knoxville, has brought his family nected by a canal across the isth- to this place and taken rooms at mus. If that be the case, and it Jones Fish's. looks that way to a man up a tree, There was a bear passed through Uncle Sa'm should earnestly set this town a few days ago with two about the expulsioti rind evacuation, or three pet Italians, and after leaving here one was reported to J.IWKIS seems to be no locality have smallpox and was put in the, that is free from the little petty pest house at Richmond. Mr. Owens business manager for jealousies and bickerings between the leaders and supposed leaders of J. C Jones ami Smith was here business affairs, and even the Monday church circles are not free from it by any means. There is no religion in such ways of living, BetBRODHAED ter stay at home and have your own prayers, than to walk into Willie Owens, teacher in one of me uuust 01 uoa witn an ancry the departments in school here,, . . finWM.i.-- r iui - uiuuicr or ......, ... iuuh u started out for a little recreation sister member. last Saturday eve nncLwhile stand- - '';. C McCJary UNDERTA&RSTANFORD,- Madrid newspapers assert that tinue his GO TO Tyree dc fiernu PRACTICAL the-Gul- For New Wagons and p Repairs of allkinds on I Fanning implements Wo will do all kinds of wood1 pe-o-pl- ijtfBALEfe, lit-toc- which we propose to give way as follows: To new subscribers, to o subscribers who renew by February 15th, and to subscribers indebted" t6 ns who pay up. A PRACTICAL EARM JOURNAL. Earn! and TraJe is a" practical, well "edited, high class, monthly-hoi'nea(aim paper, published at Chattanooga, Tenn., subscription, price' i.otfn year. It is interesting jto the home circle and helpful to the fafmer.All ou'f readers should have it. n - t -- 4 ,. Complete. IftVe o VAt? " Qnoninlli? Tclecraoh Ord- - OUR FREE OFFER, will expire when we have given away all the paid subscriptions con . filed lor. Remember, the number is limited, atTd our readers who work that tho j need, from a croott tnrm wagon to the finest 'piece of 'Split Hiqkoy Sp6kes. l 2x2, 30 inches long, all wh furniture. WANTED ; mmm $i'2 per M grade or better. " Also brick woik andplast- eriug. Give us a call, w 2x2, 30 inches long, red, 6 per M 28 inches" lon, red, guarantee satisfactiod. Our shop' F ..... 4 per M s located on Old Main street South-28 inches lon, white, I of the Court House. MEANS 1FECTII - WHEN APPLIED TO fr" ixiK. !pfa3 m Single Tree Billets. ";,u ftl " HHSRiraniH 't Exports tho Standard of tho World, - your dealer for WINCHESTER make of Cui 1- Ammunltlon and tako no othor. FREE:--Ou- r now llluatratod Catalogue by TOM WHISKIES' FERRELL DKAI.KR 38 inches long, , white, ....$i6,perM at any, station anu rao IN KlTobe delivered Detweeu luazei -- : WINES, &0., &C.f IE hard. ur "3KT- - I ROWLAND, KY .Fine at $2 L. L. ".' v Jarrett, Inspector, WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., Now Haver., Ot. T; Brodhead. Ky. "Jl -- .TF.'' and Is w jSsS S ., t. arr LU j oi uc -- lX'-iie om f- -& .' two ,,. i .i - iih K- - fV 1 ici , I o niiinuiiiiimiiuinimi".t")imit y si- - Mt 1 Vernon Signal Ky Ayh. mall matter Vcnu.,, Ky., l'oitoffice Vernon. Laltrcdnttlie lit. ' C.,L. King seems to be improvDEL? Cater who has been sick 'Davis'. ing very, slowly. is improving. C. W. Lester, State Inspector, J.,T, Nichols, of Buffalo locality, James Tate, 'Ur'oadhed was here i, 1898 wasjwith us a few days since. was here yesterday, . Morday. Theou'ly collar ''pad at S. w. M 1,1 ' rrmTiTHmitiii'titii i niiiiiiiT 1' g B 9 fSwMf Louiaviuc 4. Nmhvillc R.R.Co. L & N. IL0C4.L E)ay "Mail 'North.. lDay'Mail South . TIME CARD. 11:39 a m 2,22 p m "Hight 'Ex. North "?Night:Ex. South 'J. 2:12am 1:09 am A.'Landrum, Agent. churches. services 1st A 3r nd ntO:"0 p. in. 1 'CImstiim-'Hol- ds ijittidny tlln;ni. it Services on the Second fc'ntunluy night Suudny nnd Sunday. School nt 0 n hi every Sunday. Prayer meeting oil Tuesday nights. Kuv. J C Cartiilertl. linstor. - Siaptist Church Trckbytcrlnn Holds services on the Jtlt Sunday MASONIC. ' Aslilnnd'Lodgc No. CIO meets 2rd 10 Am. 4th Monday (MO Pin. Mon-lo- LOCAL "Noah 0 OTHER WISE. is on Fritz Krueger Tyree the sick list. boy has a very sick Sheriff Mullins week. was here this Fresh fish every Friday at S. W. Prewitt's. A butter famine has been oji for the past month. A child of William Livcsay died Monday of croup. The Brodhead merchants are doing a good business. 29-31 llous. McFerron was Pine Hill, Wednesday. A.J Fish is yp from putting in some i(nic.nnnt r J hard licks on the arm. Mrs. G. A. Coyle has returned from a visit'to Pittsburg A side saddle for $3.00 and up S. W. Davis'. 4Hf . . fTTfc. rfn'.rtrtmi Every hog the editor owtiea was killed by a train last'weck. s Fritz Krueger has moved into rooms, upstairs in his new brick. The Misses Gentry gave an, ele- gatit party on last Saturday night Sairf Pennington was in irom Line Creek stave mill Sunday last. seven cents. parole J. C. Rymel, who has been Little B essie, daughter of M 0. P. Bostick, working at Lang-forill of pneumonia, is better. work- and Mrs. R. L. Stark; Pleasure can see the You quarry was arrested on papers of the name who have descended at Ridge Park, died March' i'6th of pen of ing of the Bower Gate Willis Adams has a soldier1, from the Revolutionary uged nine from Virginia charging him with Richard Gentry, wlio is iumed forty nice hogs' he lately purch- - the house of the editor. It works spinal meningitis, killing a negro, was given a hearto perfection against hogs and all months and two days. The many ased. A splendid Hotel (furnished) siting here last week and case dis- near those springs on the old Genfriends here of the family extend farm; also the descendents of uated in Livingston. Rockcastle Co. old kinds of stock. try Haywood Ward, formerly an missed. sympathy in their loss. his brothel, David, two sisters, and Ky., the junction of the Louisville citizen of this county died at Pittswill pay for cast iron, 5c per I The State Board of Health again his U"ncles, Martin, Watson, Wil- & Nashville aad Kentucky Central OrHNiEG. I will have my open burg Wednesday. hundred; wrought iron 10c; clean sends out warning to all places to liam and Moes Gentry, all whom railroads. Has 22 rooms, heated by ing Friday and Saturday, April 1st prepare Miss Ida Ping, a very pretty rags 30c; bones 10c; coppei 3c per against Smallpox. They furnacv.. 'Sixteen rooms with oak came from Virginia. 2nd. Don't fail to come in and strongly lady from Plato, visited friends lb;iubber boots and shoes ic per and urge local Boards to act walnut and ash suites of furniture. let me show you the latest styles pound. promptly and see that all persons Tlie new County Judge and Cir here Sunday last. r rrrrA ttili n wl n Aiolarm and you will be sure and buy, Cynthia Fry. cuit Clerk have been on the hustle ' are vaccinated. of fine coal has been cellars, stable and necessary outA36,in. vein Every lady invited. since their induction into office. tii " on the farm TO CURE A A store house which buildings. Geo? Hammock, the man said to found on Skaggs creek COI..D IN ONE DAY Mrs. Cleo Brown, Court has been in almost contui-lou- s Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab have disappeared from the Scaggs belonging to. D. N. Williams. has 6 moms above it that are used session since January 3rd., Roy S. Lewis, a native of this lets. All druggists refund money connection with the hotel,' a cotMisses Susie and Annie Thomp- creek neighborhood and who was county, a still on. in goes work and brother of former Circuit if itfails to cure. For sale by M. tage of four rooms and a small one thought to have been murdtred and son are visiting the family of their In the past two' weeks the Clerk, now being in the West, C. &D'. N. Williams, room building used as a barber uncle, J. J. Thompson, in Garrard. cast into a 200 foot sink hole is following convictions were rebrother-in-laJ. J. druggists. shop, all situated on a lot containwell and at home near London. writes his oct 6 6m ported for liquor selling: Dick Miss Zenlda Pennington has re- The excitement has about died out McCall, that McKinley's promised ing three- acres; splendidly locate d prosperity hasn't prospered mutii J. J?' Lawrence, receutiy fiom Sowder one case, Bert Hayes, old Hotel has twenty regular boarders turned from a visit to relatives and Estray. Came to my place, out there. He assures his kinsmdfa' .Indian Territory, hus been placed cases, G. M. Fredericks) Smith' and transient custom runs from 20' friends in Laurel and Jackson D Ping, P. T. Welsh, Steve Robinfive miles north of Mt. Vernon, on that he voted for Bryan in '96 and' 'on list of extra operators on counties. to 30 per day. The rents now being Jack has our thanks for assistance son Fines ran from $59 to $400. received upon this property is Henry Sutton lost his left eye March 23, 1898, a dark bay mare hopps to do so again in 1900. old; 15 hands high. rendered aro.und the Signai office Working statutes were applied in Livingston by being struok with a sprawl of about 13 year Vana, aged 13, youngest son of during all the cases, and a number of the $i,oco per year. by proving past six weeks. sledging- in White's Owner vcan recover healthy rate and beat a stone while men are now doing time. property and paying proper charges Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Francisco died fore the year is half 'gone a new quarry last Saturday. I have just MfiuNHRY. near Iugalls, Kans, on March 9th. - Ed. Smith. " The recent plotting and map- $7,000 depot will be "finished and He was a bright and intelligent irom the. city with n beautiA look through the Brodhead ping of Mt. Vernon and its streets it is stated ,iipon good authority Dr. Monroe. Pennington has re- boy and was the idol of the family.-Th- ful line of Spring and summer hats, Marble Works shows that W. H of that tivingst'on 'will be made afamily were formerly citizens baby caps, drss trimmings, laces from an old survey, places many is do- turned from Louisville Medical ColCblyer. the clever proprietor, citizens in the position of not terminal station fora large number He .returns to us a full of Rockcastle county and' our peo- and notions. If vou want the our lege. ing an extensive business. knowing "where they are at." 6f L. &' N. Ijaius while it is .already fledged "M. D." having graduated ple deeply sympathize with them latest styles give me a call. presented with a Streets ru'ning North and "South the terminal of the Kentucky CenThe Editor was Mrs. Cleo Brown. we is a in their sad loss. week with Honors, by one of his. last "fine merschaum pipe are called East, Middle and West tral. New buildings are going up good doc'.or, a haid student, a per That part of the new court yard hotel man HIDK MARKET, streets. People who have labored and lots are being rapidly sold all medicial friends. Our ami de- fence fect gentleman at Wosten-liolthat has been erected looks also presented a splendid under the impression that they around the place. The .hotel is 'Ml he will grand and business like,' hereby serves a good practice, and WhenJ .' knife, for which we i; green hides per lb 6 to 701 lived on' Main street fiud them- new, being erected four years since. get it too. it is finised and the Court orders ' horse hides, mane and selves on Centre. Water stteet is The present owners are desirous of return our thanks. the yard cleaned and ajehrtl; and I CONTRACTOIIS, ATTENTION. tail 75c to $1 a.5 marked from Spout spring to depot retiring from business after an active The little old building hi court dry flint hides per lb 10c Alphabet Davis and" Mit Miller re and successful busiu'ess life. Price atnaii'Witha saw mill to cut' signs put up "Keep Off The OrasH" h'nusp vnrrl that was erected about want and the florist gets through ' 9bH to 12c. tired one night in their homes on for all, and hotel furnished, $8,ooo, 300,000 feet of lumber. I will turn-is70 years ago and for several years decorating the yard with Cdadi-uw next cash, balance in payments. yard. Work to be begun ggsheep, hides 20c to 40c each Brooks street and awoke logs on past usqd for office purposes has Esqulentums, geraniums, tulips, iff 'illnfAnfr 1ti1 fr r rr fnr1l morning on High street. The For further information write or Location, good as possible. been tppi down and removed. The as soon roses, gladiolus, camias, verbenas,' "MLSl dog hides 20c to mill site with plenty water, 7 miles 25c each Signal office was on corner of apply to new iron fence is being placed &c, it will then bcVlittle Pajadise , ..tr tallow r 54c to 2c per lb. Main and Church streets but this James Maret, of Mt Vernon. Write or call around court yard. Its a beauty South within itstilf a'trysting place, ACall. 6ii S. W. Davis, Mt. Vernon, ' map places us at corner of Centre J.-Marler. Editor Signai., on me at once. and udds much to the, appearence of GodsV and Middle streets. Ky. Mt vernon Ky 25 tf. even for the IMt. Vernon,-Kycourt square' Xf d L'-uc- Uirnfdffroni a trip to Pulaski. Worthington, Matt Pike, the King Bee mer-all' other work., is be A leather collar for 60c up to chanUofPme Hill, was nere on ,nJ?ideI?Xed by incesseut rains. $2 soatS. W. Davis'. Monday last, Jones, one of Conway's Neal Parrett is selling a splendid cood citizens was here Mnnrlnv. article in the way of a sash lock. ",ll"tM '"' WO""-"'"!"-'""SKJ Hand made wagon breeching tor ;Sini5avis iscrecting a dwelling Ease" Pile Remedy. $2.25 at S. W. Davis'. fu North part of town. 25 cts.. at Green Front Drug-storThat fine, big range at Grant George stii: manipulates the Bell J. T. Cherry, Brodhead has good Baker's will socn be awarded, there cord'aWhexdurt house about six Irish potatoes at 60 cents 0 bushel. tot being only a few tickets left. days out of the week. George White, of Crab Orchard Smallpox is abating at Middles-bor'.T.'T. Wallacs. the boss lather, is visiting his brother James at this Richmond has the scourage, is in Livingston working for Billy place. under control. Only a few cases Fields and also fishing. Nels Grifiin now occupies the there. "!,. ,W. Bethimim and S. D. property recenty purchased of E. A. I also have a new and stylish line Lewis are contemplating a trip to Herrin. of ties for gentlemen. Come in State of Washington with a view A block of houses in which and sec them; I am always glad to to locating. smallpox broke out a Richmon d show my goods. Hamp Uejnolds, Brodhead, the will be burned. Mrs. Cleo Brown. premium ugfy man, is running a Mrs James Taylor, who recently C83ulf you desire to secure a successful blacksmith shop. Jesse leturned from Lexington Infirmary business education call on the Robeite ditto. All shoe horses for continuas quite ill. Signal and secure a scholarship 50 cents Where did'you get that saddle? to Bryant & Stratton's Business , A memorial meeting was held at From S. W. Davis, of course. He College. the" Christian church. Sunday guarantees and the merchant don't W. H. Brannamau was in town night in honor of the late Miss Tuesday last. He says it's too Frances E. Willard, of W C T I am prepared to take and will be pleased to have cold to fish but is still in the fod- U fame how he was lookyour order. der business-an- y Robert ' Norton, a prominent Mrs. S. W. Davis. for fodder seed. ing farmer of Wabd,. was here WednesMrs. Ella Baker will have her Joseph E. .Bullock, U. S. Mail day and said that farm work was millinery opening Sat- carrier for the route between here considerably behind on account of urday, April 2. Come and see the and Bloss tells us some terrible rains. fine display snake yarns, which we will have A foreigner with a bear passed Notick All parties holding to soon publish. through Wildie last week and was claims against A Pennington will Town people pay town taxes an'd striken with smallpox a few miles present them to D. C. Poynter as beyond Berea,- He died a lew days should kno.v what goes with their ussiguee. jt money. A continuation of being afterward. Do you admire flowers? See kept in the dark will eventually Drs. Davis, Lawrence and Lovell "ad" of Osbor'n Stoddard, Madison, make bad paymasters, and cause removed, eleven tumors from the N. J., in this issue and take ad- an uprising. shoulder of a three old child of vantage of his offer. Jam'cs Riddle Sunday last. The Fritz Krueger has stonecutters at patie'nt is doling nicely. W. B. Whithead and Ropt, work on material for his new brick fencing in theit lots on residence. J..T. Brwn va.i in from Walnut Mr K'rttger has just Williams street. Mr W. will build and had this offics returned lrom a trip to ce'nteral a nice residence in the near fnrture- part of .state where he sold several to printvbills for his fine stallion "Ned1 Deniark and two jacks Openiug! Opening!! Hats, beau- car loads of lime i3UK!i!iiautuiiu ueecner. tiful hats; stylish hats. Hats for Judge John B. Fish has relited ladies, misses and children. Give SE HERE. The best built in the wjest" the Martin me a call, one and all. fiinjMt Vernon,, with 5 rooms :house part ot townpnd will Mrs. Cleo Brown. crfeii ahd the best, cellar in .keeping .ntrr.. i r . w. jusi vmm ntypynrv&acre UqtTTori sale 'Miss Alice Bcthuaum was a'dju'd uioiHn.-"ii- e will nave an extensive .. .. v. . . f f -- mi orjutuaue ed insane, Tuesday, and will be watermelon "natch. :on t,Eicnr.iTER. returne'd to Lexington asylum HOMIJSTEAD FERTILISER. The 22-She had been lrom that institute best on the market. Kept in stock but a few months. "Red" Farley was at Lebanon by J. W. Mtore and Ed. Albright, W. A. Falin, of Cove, called and Brodhead, 'Ky. Corn and wheat Junction last Saturday and raffled renewed his snbscription for three grower, (bone black), $1.30 per off his $350 diamond. Young Mr. papers. When a draft is made for hundred; potato grower $1.50 per Ha'l, a clerk in the railroad office more soldiers we will ask for his hundred, cash. 285t there won the prize at a cost of acting-Govern- Lloyd Matet wants to buy dozen young hens. The Cigarette Bill was vetoed by V'lpfft11- - McKinney jhas te-- l ' j sgknd ' '' ')i r .Tin! tSLt THAT THE V FAC-S1MI- LE "TT W- imi ft"1 xs-"Qu- ick on-lo- t e. AVege (able Prcparationfor ihcFoodaiulHcgufa-tin- g I '' " ' " m SIGNATURE OF- - he Stomachs andBowels of II IPiD.iiolcs DigesUon.Chccrful-ncssnndRcst.Contalns o. neither Not NAitc otic. sllx.Scium Opium.Morphine nor "Mineral. IS OJ. T Kuve eTOMnrSMVEL PlTClEl Iii7iphn Seed'. OF EVERY -- Jpftrm!ut . OrrfonvfSili flimStnl Clarified Siianr . UieCuyxen flarer. BOITLE OB1 Apcrfcctfiemcdy for Constipation , Sour Stoniach.Diarrhoca and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of . phot-graph- s, NEW YORK. r - :: 1 bottles only. It Oastorla is put up in ose-Az- o not cold la bulk. Don't allow anyone to eII yon anything elso on the plea or promise that It Is Just as good" ana will answer overy par- I poso." bco tnat you get lis TbsfM- ' EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. tiptMc2b5r7&& ef t!nii A yar r SVlj-ts-L. - -- , . .,. l e'M? wiiyptr. - One dark bay mare, KVKRYI'QDV LOOK. white spot in forehead; Heavy ing I am selling the Singer mutt, 13 years old. snort nair on Machine on msy lernn and keep; four spots on baok. Notify me at kinds of sewing machine needles oil Mt. Vernon. John Jones. bands, shuttles, and everything -20-t- Strayed, f To Seu,or Kxchnoe. Good Liv-esaya- re Gro've-Moiida- - . amXSSS., eop j . - hi: Wm. Hundley has sworn, out warrants against El.a and Pate G" A Klein, manager' of Rock charging them with castle Stone Co., Langford. paid us Langford having fired fifteen shoU at him" a call yesterday. This company vhiJ6 last Saturday afternoon is making preparations for hi; was standing mi his father's tjn a large scale.. In fact, the enterprise is the largest evei door step at' llnmh Cleifk Station'. Rodfccistle. The Hundley got his shut gitn btic was established managers are straight forward busi prevented hv his niother from f 1 ness gentlemen and Rockcastle will going out. In her efforts' 'to take and reap iiiucu oenent inese the weapon it was the load came near htrikin'g ,her. works. The Langlbrd's have surrendered Gen'I V. H. Gentry, of Fayette, to 'Squire Galliff in Crocked Creek has issued invitations to all the district. t, at Gentrys to meet ill Crab Orchard Srirings,' Aug. 1, thb object is to bring together as. many ptish-ijng-wor- covered spring - wagon suitable for butcher business or trucking will take a good fresh cow in exchange as nirt pay. G. A. Klein, Langlbrd, Ky. that belongs to a sewing machine. ill to anv ad; Will sendii,;edlc.sjby ress. I also clean nil reja:r all kinds ol machines. You can see me heie every Saturday. W. M. Owens. 111 s Mt Vernon Ky k . . . $8,00 0 'lM-ji- J. - 29-4- t - all-time- m 11 " m&& h m one-ha- lf -- mf . vk 4 M V-- J - .In ' T ' . 1 i v America's FORESTRY SCHOOLS WANTED. WOMEN AND THEWHEEL. Beware Greatest Greatest, Uecnuso in cases of Dyspepsia Hood's Sarsaparllla has n touch , like magic, which just hits the spot, brings relief to the sufferer, and gives tone and strength to tlio stomach as no other medicine dqes. Could Not Eat without Pain. "For many years I liavo been a sufferer from a severe caso of dyspepsia. I could not eat without great pain In my stomach and would bo stele and vomit up what 1 did eat. One day I read of a caso cured by Hood's Sarsaparllla. I told my husband I bolicvod this mcdlcino would help me. He went right away and got a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparllla. I took four bottles and I was cured.'.' Mas. Allen Stivers, Makanda, Illinois. Medicine HOOdVpariUa Is America's Greatest Medicine. SI : six tor (5. Sold by nil drugijlus. Got only Hood's. HnraH'c Dillc Arc tho best 1 la I1UUU puis, nld digestion. 25c. nfter-dlnn- DcIlKhifully Feminine. Mother I don't understand yon at nil. You arc constantly praising Miss Whirly now, an.l you used to init that you couldn't bear her. Daughter Dut I didn't know then, mam ma, that she was jealous of inc. It is just too sweet ot tier. uetroit frco rrcss. THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERJ To l'ortlnml.Oro., for l'upft Round lltislness via HurlliiKton Itontc. Wkpsespays from St. Louis, TnunsiuTS from Knu;ns City via Denver, f.cenlc Colorado, Snlt Lake n great feature i;ehso.s-all- y cosDt'CTKi). Tlio success of tliobenson for general northwest truvol. Write U. V. Wakeley, G. P. A.. St. Louis, Mo. Talking of weather signs, it is fair to suppose that, when allspice is adulterated with cocoamit shells, the season will be mild. itural New YorEer. cobs Oil will cure lumbago sure. Aiucrlcn Should Treat Iter I'rlntcrnl Wooild Purely nil Ornnx. There is no forestry bchool in liic United States. A few colleges hnvo departments of forestry, but no practical work Is being done. Here in Mon-tnn- n wo have tho forest close to the school, where many practical lessons may be given the student. A hcntlinent will thus bo cultivated for the noblo monarchs that have lpoked down on many generations of white nnd red men.- - Wo may soon lenrn to love tho forest, and treasure it as does every other civilized country in the world. From Australia to Russia we find admirable cure taken of the forest. Everywhere we find it treated as a crop; so treated that each cutting improves the forest conditions. In our noble land we cut but once, and fhe resulting waste land is a constnnt menace to our wntcrilow conditions. Wc must have timber for our mines 30 years from now, nnd should get it in our own state, but under the present policy our large timber will be cut in that time, nnd we must look to other countries for our supply. Any lumberman in this state will benr me out in this. Some may think my figures too large. As a jnatter of fact, our nnnunl timber growth will supply the present" demand more than four times, but be-- 't ween the uxmnn devastating 200 sqnn.ro miles of forest annually nnd the forest fires averaging between 300 nnd 400 square miles every year, alarming inroads are matjc upon our forest empire. Something must be done, nnd dono soon. The slaughter of timber is worse y in Montana than in nny other state. Not so much danger is to be feared on account of the loss of timber, but on nccount of the terrible changes brought nbout in the wnterflow. Wo can import timber, but wo cannot import water, and there is n limit to the engineerlngsklll in holding bnck spring floods. Must the people of Montana wait 40 years, ns Pennsylvania has done, to lenrn this lesson? Helena (Mont.) to-da- Contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy tho ecnee of Tho hcalthfulncBs of bicycle riding for smoll and completely d cranio tho Wholo when entering It is bt,iii a aisputca question uctwecn surfaces. Such articlesthrough tho mucous should nover bo eminent physicians and health reformers. Used in moderation it surclyjcrcates for used except on proscriptions from rcnutahlo physicians, as tho damngo they will do If women a means of thb ten fold to tho good you can possibly o benefit of which all physicians concede. from thorn. Hall's Catarrh Curoinan. Used to excess, like any otlierjpastime, its ufacturedby F. J. Cheney & Co.,Tolcdo( tffect is likely to bo dangerouso? O., contains no mercury, nnd Is taken InTho expericnto of Miss Bertha.' Reed, the ternally, nctlng directly upon tho blood nnd sevcntt;en-vcar-oldauzhteri of Mr. J. It. mucous surfaces of tho system. Irf buying Reed, 335 Lake St., Delaware? JOhio, may Hall's Catarrh Curo bo suro you get tho a moral for point Tl....! l.n.r. parents whoIike Mr. ana cronuino. It Is taken Internally, nnd mndo iiiiiiii.iiiiiiinil ilM M'TIK'lllll In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Chonoy & Co. Tesnl.a for their daughters who .are fond of wheel- timonials f reo. Hold byDrugglsts, prlco 75c per bottle. ing. In tho fall of '00 Miss Lertha, who had Hall's Family Pills nro tho best. iiuuuu u Ketib ueai, uegan luiaii iiiuu uiunii-in- s and manner. She srew'steadllv'. 'baler Not IllBotcil. thinner, nnd it appeared she waB going into Jenkins I thought you were a vegetariconsumption, nest ana quiet am ncr auso an, hut I hear you eat mutton. 1 mteiy no gopu A iVitotmnri Oibbs I am not a bigoted vegetarian. I .niliHiSaa A, found her only cat the meat of such animals as live Al Ui'1 .WTao Jva pulse at lOt- -a on vegetable food. ' v VMbIB ti very high rate, Mnny People Cnniiot IJrtnlc HbtI BTn'n,in8 this 1 vr s r may have been coffee at night. It spoils their sleep. You duo to tempo-rar- can drink Grnin-when you please and sleep nervous like a top. For (irnin-docs not stimulate; ness when he tt nourishes, cheers nnd feeds. Yet it looks Well. examined her, nnd tastes like the best coffee. For nervous 2m She Iltdca hewatched her persons, young people and children Graln-closely, but her pulse cdntinued is the perfect drink. Made from pure H ir at that rate for two weeks. He grains. Get it package from your grocer tosatisfied then, from her high day. Try It in place of coffee. 15 uud 25c. was nulse and stpadilv wastinc condition that she was suffering from anaemia or a bloodless Quite .Nnturnl. condition 01 the body, sne nccaino exMrs. McFccgan Sllure, Moikc, ycz black tremely weak, and could not stand the least be turnin' noise or excitement. In this condition of oyo do McFccgan grand. why Mr. An' wudn't it? Oi affairs they were recommended by an old got it from an Oirishmoo on Saint Patfriend to get some of that famous blood T)r. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale rick's day. Judge. medicine People. They did so, and almost from the Shnkc Into Your Sliocs She first dose Ilertha began to improve, a powder for the feet. Allen's continued to take the pilis and washy means pills made entirely well.'and more It cures painful, swollen, nervous, smarting of those grateful people than her parcntsTcannot be feet and instantly takes' the sting out of corns nnd bunions. It's the greatest comfort found in the whole State of Ohio. makes Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have'proved a discovery of the age. Allen's Foot-Kaswomankind. Acting directly on the tight or new shoes feel easy. It is a certnin boon to blood nnd nerves, they restore the requisite cure for sweating, callous null hot. tired, achvitality to all parts of the body; creating ing feet. Tru U tiMlau. Hold by nil druggists functional regularity and perfect harmony and shoo stores, 2Jc Trial pnekago FKI2E. throughout the.nervous system. The palloi Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Hoy, N. Y. of the checks is changed to the dchcatf TIic ItlKlit Thins? to Do. blush of health; the eyes brighten; the musBrowne My business is nil run down." cles grow ciastie, ambition is created and Smyth Why don't you wind up your afgood health returns. fairs f ot Ointments for Catarrh tlial From the Gazette, Delaware, Ohio. Bys-to- m do-jiv- d M Blood a good thing to bo rid of, bocauso bad blood is tha breeding placo of disfiguring and dangerous diseases. Is is tH your blood V WtWr lJTvI ry vr JffU Tit-llit- blood bad? You can. havo if you want it. You, can blotches, sores and ulcers., "How? Sarsaparilla. It is tho radical originating in tho .blood. good blood, which is puro bo rid of pimples, boils, By tho uso of Dr. Ayer's remedy for all diseases v pfiysiclan " Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparllla was recommended to mo by my as a blood puriflor. When I bogan taking it I Ono bottlo cared me." Wesson, Miss. had bolls ail over my body. BonneiTCraft, fiiKe Oyer's :s- ': 'oR r mm -- srsoparin (ft fl H UftKUlJiJUrUlL4ULUibJMIJ Fpot-Kas- c WS rTvi Independent. Don't snap in two. Limber up. St. Ja- SPAIN'S MILITARY POLICE. Tlint Slay Ahrnyn no Seen on I'ntrnl. The best troops .in the Spanish service do not belong to the line, but to thnt admirable corps of military police known us the Order Publico. This is n corps d'ellte, composed of voting sol diers, Spaniards to n man, nil of whom have been selected from the regular army on nccount of their superior intelligence nnd physical qualities. They perform regular police patrol duty and do it with a degree of dignity and courtesy thnt might well Serve ns a model for deportment for nny police force. Their uniform is distinctly consisting of a dnrk blu tiinia faced with red, wide blue trousers with red stripes nnd a jaunty cap, something nfter the fiishion of the French fatigue cap, until recently worn in our nrmy. Ordinarily they nre armed with a huge revolver, worn on the left side in n butt leather sheath, nnd a short, straight sword. They nre nil ndmlr-nbl- y set up nnd their nrms, equipments and uniforms nre the very pink of perfection, in striking contrast to the slovenliness nnd dilapidation of weapons nnd clothing thnt characterize tho Spanish soldier of the line. All tourists who have had occasion to come into contnet with an Order Publico will cheerfully testify to his unfailing courtesy. It was this corps which, equipped as infantry with Remington rifles, distinguished itself by the innsterly manner in which it handled the mobs during the riots, without having occasion to fire a shot. X. Y. Her-nlmili-tnry, d. A mouthful of meat may be a townful ol shame. How to cure Rheumatism? Use St. Jacob Oil. It subdues. It cures. A PIctiireHiiuc nml Well-Ke- nt Corn 5ppefRe You should know that for years the standard of quality, style, color jand linish in black and white or mournins trood lm Qrccu figs nre excellent food.j. hccn Simpson's Prints, nnd that their Itaislns arc stimulating in propor- colored goods nre nil of the prime high standard. Always ask for Simpson's and p. tion to their quality. you will get the right thing. Wnlnuts give ncrvo or braintfood, ' Kvlilencc. muscle, licnt and waste. She Wasn't Jalin Calvin n married man? Apples supply the higher ncrve'nnd He lie must have been. Didn I he remuscle food, but do not give stny. 4 ject the doctrine of free will? Puck. i Dried figs contnin ncn nnd muscle To Cure n Colli In One i)nr food, heat and waste, but are bad for ike Laxative llronin Quinine ThbUtr. A' the liver. st uu'gi'jils -- efund money if it fai's to rttrr Oranges nre refreshing nnd feeding, but nre not good if the liver is out of TIic easiest kind of advice to follow is the kind we had intended a follow anyway. order. Washington Dcinucriit. Green water grapes arc blood purifyFits stopped free and permanently cured. ing (but of little food value); reject No fits nfter first day's use of Dr. Kline' . pips and skins. Great Nerve Hestorcr. Free ?2 trial hottlr& Blanched almonds give the higher treatise. Dr. Kline, 1)33 Arch st , Philn., Pa. nerve of brnin muscle food; no bentor Lots of men have college diplomas waste. their parlor and u ceils glowing in Uluo grapes nre feeding and blood their gardens. Washington Dcinociai. too rich for those wlio'suffcr purifying, Better times come to all cured'of aches from the liver. ( $. And pains by St. Jacobs Oil FOR BRAIN WORKERS. for women who wash. No work you do is so unhealthful as your work over a washtub. lhis hard, perspiring work in the midst of soiled clothes and tainted steam will make trouble for you. The less of it you do, the better. Wash with Pearline, and there's little or none of it. Nothing but rinsing the clothes, after soaking and boiling ess them. Consider your health. Hard facts - Mfr 25c 'CURE CONSTIPATION i liang-inffi- n mfainr i 50c jmtw s""3kJsb3 wi imi mipftiwwii druggists Piso's Cure for Consumption lias no cquijl m a Cough mrilirine.' f. M. Aiuiott, j.K3, Seneca St., Buffalo, K Y., May 0, 18M." -- .luf nn Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acta gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and I3owcls, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures hahitual Syrup of Figs is tho constipation. only remedy of its kind ever pleasing to tho taste and to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agrocablo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made JtUho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for Bale in 50 cent bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who o may not liavo it on hand will it promptly for any ono who wishes to try 1. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. pro-duced, aOcntle treatment St. Jacob Oil soothed rcura'sia,andcurcs it. It foiles away. to the wise iseufriSicut!'.'. 'Pa. I sibly but'tbo tnnn must'lw Mikity wise 4iin IjfA pcbblelind a diamond arc alike toalilind the wont mighty sharp. Itural New Yoi awn. Time counts, health gains. A quick, sure 'Crutclics and cruel nains from Sciatica. cure--is- t. .lacons uil tor sprains. J irom ot. .Jacobs ;m tne cure or it. 'A word m A profitable religion never wanted prose Itnl " "GOOD WIVES GROW FAIR IN THE LIGHT OF THEIR WORKS," ESPECIALLY IF THEY USE B- - 7"il wnl w -- .WMCCS3090 ' we - -- - Q Hopeful Words tcTChildless Women. The darkest days of husband and wife nro when they come to look forward to n childless nnd desolate old age. Many a wifo has found herself incapablo of motherhood owing to some great lack of strength in the organs of generation. Such n condition is nearly always duo to long continued neglect of tho plainest warnings. Frequent backache nnd distressing pains. accompanied Ty offensive discharges and generally by irregular and scanty menstruation, indicate a nerve degeneration of the womb and surrounding organs, that unless speedily barrenness. checked will result-iBead Mrs. Wilson's letter: DEAnMns.PiNKHAM: Koonecould have suffered from female troubles more than I. I had tumors on the womb, my ovaries were diseased, and for fifteen years I was aburden to myself. I was operated upon three different times, with only temporary relief; also tried Mi many doctors, hydlali Pink-ham- 's Compound was recommended to mo by a lady friend, nnd after taking four bottles I was liko a new wo I bnd been mnrrled nine man y if jHftf g years, nridlmd no children. I now have a beautiful little girl, and wo feel assured sho is the result of my taking tho Compound. May J$. Wilson, 323 Sassafras n Farmers, Be Wise. Deal With Us and Save 40 per ot. WE SELL DIRECT TO FARMERS. JUUUIOI3. MfriMil. 1 1 Tobacco Special Fortilizor.... lltoli AUUU UUU JUVQl rurD.jiuv jmnn mnni Four Fold Fertilizer vby "" Jill,' Bonanza vurtiiizor Potato Stucifilfertilizer Fnrtlliznr om your FERTILIZERS. T0U SAVE SALESMAK'S EZPEBSES AHD ACEHT'S PROHT. l'hos. Acid, Amtndnla, Actual Potash, AWrvei stna 9 to 10 2 nrro'l ton to 3 !Wto2 -- niuin Dto 10 DtnlO pro-eur- 1 LOUISVILLE, SAU FRANCISCO, CAL KY. HEW YORK, N.t. s A perfect type of the highest order of excellence. I American Ilnnen for Enfcland. Itosegrower L. M. Moe, of Madison, X. J., has solved the problem of packing American beauties. Some time ago he had nn order for a huge bunch of this variety from n lady who wished to take them to Kurope with her. In packing roses Mr. Xoe inserts each of the long stems into a potato, and on their nr- rival nfter the voyage they were found to be ns fresh ns If they were just taken from the greenhouse. In a let ter the lady said "the flowers kept well for n number of days after her nrrivnl, and their beauty was greatly ndmired by her English friends. THE MARKETS. LIVE ocieci Diucners CALVES Fair to good'iight STOCK-Cattlo.com- mwmmnmmm i m k think of ehanglnff your location remember this: Nebraska's soil is rich alul easily tillctl. No roclts and stumps. AU Brains and fruits that succeed in other states in same latitudo nourish V there. perfect, tho air being dry and free from Tho climate is well-nigmalaria. An nlmndanco of pure water is found. Tt. 1c n ffynnt Stnfrt tti lnAl U aiuut taiaiiiu uuu .li;uiii. TI ..wa to .If tSfnln ail 4l... IT.Jn.t .l..Hnrm ..tlHnnJ nA.lt.w. j.ni;iuu '.v ot.itjj In iuu umuil iviiuiuu f'nrmor can lo so well. Thousands of poor men have 5 liard-worldii- fr $ become rich In Nebraska. Farms can now bo bought on easy terms. Prices 6 aro low. A handsome illustrated pamphlet describing Nebraska will be Jj sent free on application to I. S. EUSTIS, (icncrnl Passenger Agent, Chicago. S gil&LJim.WBa h l SPJl"iRBiliiyCil fa 1 wl Em BC''frfr'fr$'ei S Tor samples and pamphlet, write 3 to 4 4 to 5 IdUJIU WALKER STRSTMAN & CO., 3',i to4Ji 'Vto3i, 922 00 per ton " 16 00 " 18 OO lJto2W 4 to 5 20 OO " " 0 to 7 23 OO 4 toS 31 OO " 18 00 Hcrr's Island, Plttsbursh, Pa. per cent. i"to3 4' 4frOW i ,n LJ tiT IMB E" 3 B IMI ltya $ W g $ 5$ Vl jrA n JJ JJ W I ituus Mixed fr mwj iMmmtM JyZml nE I 1 1Z B nnancntlr cured Jit ulnpr DU. WIIITEIIAM.'S ntKK ou mention of thl publlca'.lun. TUB 4l Ji f DK. m RHKIIHATIO CUIIK. The anrnt and tha beat. Sample WillTUIIAI.I, MEUItlMINK CO., Sooth Hand, Indiana, tt kTi I ant Cincinnati. March 9 3 23 Si i as i --1 &4 (ISO 3 as (4 3 3 fin 4 3 300 (30 LIVE STOG ACETYLENE GAS, The Light of the Future. little Wlir not be In. depcndoBt n4 wo your own (im pUnt, which will ftlri six 70 u light timet the.ii more packers. Light fchippcrs SMKU1 Choice... T.AMItSiViirlni. FLOUR Winter family uuaijv wncat do xrca..., No. 3 red Corn No. 2 mixed Oats No. '. Hyo-N- o.2 .. 07 ao I 25 85 no 85 GO CI H(tll..tl1n m 4 ! (i 7 00 3 70 tn 64- 50 (O BO (13 (it. sni HAY Prime tocholco I'KOVISIONS Mess pork... Lard Prime Hiram BUTTEK-Cholco dairy Prim" to uliolco creamery APPIES-Pcrb- bl 925 II 3 00 05 4 1 & 52 0 50 I0 00 4 80 12 POTATOES Per bus) CHICAGO FI.OTJIt COKN-- 20 V4 3 25 70 5 25 1 0JW DO Modern science and past experience 'have produced nothing so effective in treating diseases of the female organs as Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound nnd Sanative Wash used according to speclnl directions. If you kdow any woman who is suffering and who is unable to secure relief, A. N.KeKogg MewspaperCaor who is sorrowful because alio believes herself barren, tell her to write to Elcctrotyper' oi Mrs. Pinkhnrn, at Lynn. Mass., and ask her advice. Tho thousands of Mrs. 8lcrcotypcr, Pinkhnm's cures arc all recorded for quick reference, and a reply will bo promptly 335 W. Fifth St., sent wholly without charge, that will dircdt her what to do. visvisSati. Mrs. B. Bluhm, 4040 San Francisco A vc. St. Louis, Mo., writes; "It bos been my great desire to have a babe. Since taking your medicine my wish is fulfilled." t mm OUTS. W will furnish duplicates of Xixvia OTCTTSI or any other I'ut ebown In aay Specimen Book, at or below quoted prices for same, - s'i'ooic ordinary electric onehalf theeoit. llfhti.tt rtt or rSP JL. Applicable for aea In h.nrchei, itorei, factorioi, a rcildenoei country bemet Bkfer thtm erdl-nr- y s&eor kero lene Urn pi. Ap-oy he of Jlotrde tn all KtMt4SH4sWKii.'WEIHilKSE' IWalUKrtft Breakfast GltAIN Whi-ii- l Winter patents No. J red.... 85 WS4 IdiaE.PInKliam'sYcgetarjIcCornpoundiAWoman'sRcntedyforWoman'sIilS Waw&Qttflrtt S?' UDtiea aiaiei. Ktentlnovolaii erytowD. for pricet calftloROt throuehout Fir o loiureoeo llnilerwrtterf tho 5zJwfleesM' rut and No. a ' OATS-- No. POUlf-Mc- ss LA III J Sleum S8KB P 47U 4 4 ".Itf 00 2UK 25 8 52', 4 05 5 50 I NEW YORIC FLOUR Winter patent WHEAT No. --' led COKN-No. xed m y A rive-Fing- . Wi dfllihl in do an Milr frUndT5 giMHl THIS ffATIOlVAI ACKTVf.inXK fiAH CO., 11KI Hloliank lllilg., Clevfloiul Q. turn. Tlie wrfirkinc parti of (pa ABSOLUTELY Delicious RYE OATS-MlLAHD-WeM- 3 mixed . to 0 f0 ll mvi PORIC crn FLOUR-FumUltAlN-Whrut-- Nuw moss IlAT.TIMrmK. llv Nn. ( 540 oj.5 4 a & 3m 58 B 75 20 CO W Exercise, No. 5. 4 PURE.! X Nutritious. COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A CUP. He ture you get the genuine article made at Dorchester, Mtss , by i J t J WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd. ESTABLISHED 1TB0. Western INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN Wheat No. 8 Coin No, amlxpd Oats No. U mixed LOUISVILLE. FLOUR-Win- tcr patent 375 aitAIN-Wb- cat No. Srrd HOOfa Mixed Onls Mixed. PORK Moss. .. 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MssK1 f"w-- jli I'MlltMM t1 III ill limlVl'Fi;i0h1cVi fbnpwnni, Tf m$ ''' '''ftVlo ."..V.VIV r,EfiW'."' XZJ"DC0O.nj.,;,.ttw. tiii-" .rf .. CO., VU1CAOO. rilirtiil v 10.U - la tbo only sure curo In tbo world for Chroulo Ulcere, lloua Ulcere, SCrofuloua IMcera, "V'arl-roa- o I'lcere, Onnyrrene, JVver Mores, and all Old Horea. It never falls. Urnirnout nil poison. Cures permanent Haves enpente nnd niflerlnir. licit salvo for Abscesses, l'llcs, Jlnrns, Cuts, and all Fresh Wounds, llymall small, itloi larno. tic. Hook free. .1. I'. AI.l.KN SIEIHCIJVK CO., Ht. 1'nul, Bllpn. nniii uy jirugcisis, nest Cougb Syrup. Tastes Good. Deo in lime. Hold by dniKKlsta. Ja araOWfctiiriaeBiSTrl WHIHH SF I.IIHtS All II IAIIP.. I KfeMHKl; K.- -E 'ft - '.' - : . !??Htel"?,l:l.o5rrSj pnillutiiiiritei.iritl.i:. Y00U.L,y,M,U.iAllanin,0ra II I M MEAD UVOtB j 1702 WM W1I1TI.NO TO AUVEmlSEiis iileuse stnlo Ihnt you (an tb 1JferUlt ouent In A. N. thli iipper. "i s