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Fur a Cession oftl'lilliiipinrs Uncle Snra Tenders Sjinhi 20,000,000. DE:IGN FOR BANK BILLS 1 M C.&&66C'e'eC W a & Noti of lie Sxinr D tnom'ntlnn Will. Look Alike -- A Description of thoNeir O.io Dollar IJItl, STATE ITEM.S3I? INTEREST. PORTWOOD'S WIFE. She lie .Mint Serre AJSKFOHT. THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, STANFORD.. KY. 8uecMn to the .Lincoln JNati onal OF Bank. It "T U Our 1'nrpnae to Mnlntnlii the Arrlil- Jioltico n hii "Open Dimr" to the C'umtnoreo of the World ,tl- - Joiirnetl Uutll Wrrinciilnr. PAntP, Nov. 22. The Spanish "and American pence commissions met hi joint session nt 8 o'clock Monday afternoon. The Americans declared the United States must have the entire Philippine archipelago, and for a treaty cession of the islands the Americans tendered to Spain 820,000,000. It Is further declared that it is the purpose of the United States to main-Jai- n tho Philippine islands ns nn "oien .door"' to the world's commerce. On tho terms named tho United States proposes a mutual relinquishment of all claims for indemnity, national or personal, subsequent to tho last outbreak of the Cuban insurrection. November 28 is fixed us the date on which tho United States commission desires a definite response lo Monday's proros'.tlons and all other subjects In - 4 i.v.ujj nere. It Is also dcclnrcdithat the United .States desire to treat on the religious freedom1 of tho Carofino islands, as jnKwedrupon bctwconlm .Ignited Spates liTid Snain In 1888 and fihso df ' the "a- c. v cjulsltion of onoof the Caroline Islands " -- V, . jorn . American-nnyn- i station Yftnrr-o- z Washington, Nov. 2'--. Secretary of tho Treasury Uatrc. lornr nirn decided to have bills of tho game dciiomltw tlon look alike. That Is, he Wished tlld live dollar silver cct'tllleate, the ilvo dollar United States note and the five dollar Sherman treasury note to bear close resemblance to one another. The first of the designs under tho new system is for the one dollar silver certificate. The notes will soon be ou. Clearness, simplicity and protection against counterfeiting haye'been tho results chiefly aimed nt. The new design is somewhat less nrtlstle than some of the present silver certificate but probably will be more popular among those who handle motley as the central device on tho face of tho note has nn .iyierican caglo with wings partly spread, clutching the flag, and with the dome of the capitol In the back ground, llelow the platform upon which tho eaglo stands are small portraits of Lincoln and (Srant set In medallions. Large and clear figures arc In each corner of the note and on the sides. The space between the ccn tral'devlco and tho lathe, work at tho end Is clear Avhltepapor, except from the impjrlnt of the seal In one.spaeo nnd the denomination of the note lit seal upon tho Oliver another. certificates will be In blue nnd 'tho figiiro In the open space will be. In Abu same Ink,'; Tho .mechanical work and tho .iecji: tUMlinnisii of tho cngrav- 11 If. Kv'i. riraili for the I.tfe of Her Hatband Would ATert the Arrfnl Dlt;rncn to Their Children. 23. 'r'tj: ,F$ft 'JJ in' J 'c i SHowiHito: 13 T: 0 f?; nonwealth. son at Glasgow last year and was Lexington murderer, who is to nn sentenced to the state pcni Co., Stan; Wry hanired on the 80th Inst., arrived hcrtf for five years. In the same Condition of to netltlon Gov, llratl ,j. Jttmilav mnrnlnc Kentucky, December 31. 1896. uity he shot twice at John dacuford. ....ln&m.l Lib a.k.n.. .....1 tk. lu exiemi cirmuui;,) uiu nAlMlYlllln wiuwun wjj 'or mis ne received niwoycui ivff ,. RESOURCES! 1110 LIABILITIES: tile sentence to life nnnnsonment. KT)ce. The cases were appealed, on U02.615.Z1 governor gi'antetl lief personal inter tliefffround that the verdict was execs- - tfotea sua Bills Dondj Capital Stock 1200,000.01 1,005.82 Other Stocks and 1 19,433.44 VlOw aiul will finally passonthecttso 4.202.41 Surplus Fund OrrrdratU..... Unkcpwlll r be taken to the Duo from Dtntci 40,239.20 Individual Deposits 155.564.0i Within the next day or two. Mrs. banking Houas and Fixtures 0,400 00 Due to Banks 12,048.4! I'MB 5,503.20 wood makes a rather peculiar pica (337,015,00 It llrd Four. 1357,013. She has been living npart from hcr lThcaii, Ky., Nov. 23. At the hom husband for several years, and intct- -' csts herself! n .the ease only to prevent of horaas Clark, four miles south ol DIRECTORS: the disgrace that the hanging of Tort th 'city, Ed Ross, aged 80, shot and S. J. Embry, Stanford. n nis wile, his young cniui nno J. J. Williams, Mi, Vornon. bring upon her and her wood would J. F. Cash, Stanford. fwn flniirr Mtiii. Slin tnlil i hn irnvprnnrv" dQ, l Walker. Ross then shot himself. J. 8. Owsley, Stanford. B. A. W. Carpenter, Stanford. that 1'ortwood had expressed a dosirO.ht woman and her blld had been to J. Owsley, Stanford. William Gooch, Stanford. W. II. Cummins, Lincoln County, - lWfUc,in anu were turning home, S. II. Shanks, Stanford. to be hanged and that ho was unJ. E. Lynn, Stanford. wta-they stopped ai Clark's home. doubtcdly insane. J.N. Mcncfce, Stanford. nau suspected nis wiie oi unuue fnejs failjllarlty with Walker, and when ho ANNUAL HORSE sale!H. SHANKS, President. J, B. OWSLEY, Cashle n"P u incni voeuierunuevyturii iiuiiic, W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. ' n shooting. Iver 000 Nutj Thoruuehbreds Will lie" JMPWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, an g SFs Offered at Aultlon, Ijio'oillnj tho Died In Alxbinm. , jx; qch 3 they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier . fHtnooi Slalllon Tup;allant, ciiJioxn, Ky., Nov. 22. Relatives T. i received word Monday announc- JiVXINflTON, KJ'.i iMOV. SI. Tile gl Easton liorse sale opeiled - mfl t hc death from fever of Uruco annual p, tt member of the 4th Kentucky this city 'Monday and .will continue all week. Over 000 noted 'tfrnpu MWmMZtt 'amp Shlpp, Annlston, Ala. Young sis a son of Rev. Mison Jones, will be offered ineludrnjrijiijij n llantlst rre.icher of stallion Topgallant anO.MBl-- j mmm- - a dibi i Eyr-.?'-iIll-its, this county. remains Is absolutely necessary to tho younp; man or young woman who would wla lveai iien jiotiauay, This brought here for buiHl Tues- - success In life. school being' conceded, it Is of the first importance to get your manv others. .r JSSir I V training at the that stands in tho very front rank--thfrots'.'SlL a'vMt he&lm Notect hofsedfeii . rep- country are here. Sydney Pafeef,-- . l'ardnn A;hIm llrfnued Hterent. nf ..nK resentinjr Y. C WjOti tncnapnrni anKfokt, Ky., Nov. 10. A scvond Crok.?ri .1 oeltort!handier;9ft: $tjjf?l tionfopthe. pardon pt Ed Stevens, titWM f'ewporti co'irvicteft of assaulting 1.. JC11W1II. W141 utj 1M111 inif 1TT""rpTr"T y. i. from NtjwA'ejrkf Avaeld.by.the gov-.GJeasoh. s: FridrcftnA qycmtled nUhouglt; Fkankfokt, Ky., Nov. Airs. 0e0Jg lj'igg handed down an opinion In mrt of appeals nfllrminj the tic- of the Jlarren circuit court in iscs of Sid llaker against the By provision of Its Charter, depositors ere as fully protected as an depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being neld individualli liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par valu thereof in addition to the amount Invested in such shares; It may act Uaker shot Frank & Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an Individual, Sentence. Nov. 10, Judf'O sw the Farmer Bank and Trust A 1 priWtktlary. . - a WFr. , ..1L' mjmwm fl BUSINESS EDUCATION o well-know- ie pryant V & Stratton Business College, Shorthqndf . n;..,r rrj iLOUISVILIE, KY., -- emrrm ?FWXBBZ e: BS oo7ceeping, ms& 3H aSSSir v .ra Telegraphy, ii. T iSSmfUI Spain tiis diclloed ts iyh H m 4V slder in 5g tnslr position P;gafc la lEtlIsti Mi . on tha Pfiillpploes. H - from Parts. It Mighl Fetch Him Around. 'iJaui'nTOrroiHiuH3BateRrey a ij t late meeting In Louisville will lnBStJ llEWJfr Ky., iNorlM&.-wrJijauncs, Negroes, tho only regiment likelihood be established here. Capt. John lloyd, president of the Confeder- leftiat Lexington and held here on acate Veterans association of Kentucky, count of the wet nnd muddy condition lives here, nnd as ho has the largest nt i.u n.rtc.n.irt vn r.ntttft fit Afimrin fin collection of confederate relies In tho wlH leave Sunday or Monday. Immedistate, which ho proposes to turn over ately after its departure, the provost to the battle abbey, the members of guard goes to Columbus. the association who have tho matter Ilisnlt of Dmi.tlnt:. in charge arc inclined to brin-- the ab ToMi'KiNsviM.K, Ky., Nov. 21. At . bey here, Fountain Run, Ky. Hunk Waller aud I Hv,C- - &, , i- l i-- l ti t, "! Si -- r Druggists and Pharmacists. r. At cable landing rights ut other places in Spanish jurisdiction nnd the revival of n certain ticatics as heretofore in 'force. The meeting was then niljourscd until Wednesday. Washington--, Nov. 22. The greatest Interest was exhibited at the itato de partment In all reports from Paris that came from unofficial but reputable sources. Of official reports there were Spanish-America- none, and it was said that no word had come from our commissioners since Saturday. The impression obtained among tho officials that the situation is not quite as acute as was at first supposed, and that the prospects of a treaty being framed by the present" commissioners are not yet to bo abandoned. It was hinted thftt the Spanish resistance was really a spectacular exhibition intended to convince the Spanish people at homo that tho best efforts wcro being put forth to obtain tho most liberal terms for Spain, and that at the critical point, sometime bofore the expiration of the time limit allowed in tho note presented by the American commissioners Monday, perhaps at the last moment, the Spanish commissioners will succumb to tho inevitable and accept u treaty on tho lines laid down. Hut even should they refuse to do this nnd the commissions part without result, the situation would not bo so very bad for the United States.- - As ono member of the cabinet puts it, the government will be under the necessity of taking possession of tho Philippines by force, but it vould have been under tho same necessity, in all probability, even were a treaty of cession signed, for the insurgents promise to opposo our acquisition of sovereignty over the islands and will have to be subdued. Uut the United States government would have saved tho which It has been willing to Spain on account of tho' Islands, and, further, and this Is no smnll consideration, the administration would avoid dragging tho whole policy of the war, at least so "far as It turns on tho Philippines, into congress, for there would be no treaty to submit to tho senate to exoite discussion and nromo 00 nl-lo- w ings are superior to nnj'thing ever before issued from the bureau of engraving and printing. Tho reverse side of the note corresponds to tho faco In respect to the large display of whlto paper without printing or lathe work. Large, plain figures appear in each corner and scrolls make up an attractive border, but the onlv remain ing space upon which printing appears is in tho center, where tho usual language regarding the qualities of tho note as a tender for public dues Is set forth. Tho object of the clear display of white paper on both sides of the note is to afford a safeguard against counterfeiting. It has been found by experts that It Is easier to detect the use of paper without the usual silk threads where it Is not covered with printing. The device for the silver certificates Is' substantially tho samo as that which will be.usol for other forms of paper money, Tho difference between a silver certificate, a United States note and a Sherman treasury noto of any denomination will bo Indicated by tho wording and by the color of the seal. "OUR VICTORIOUS The rrealdant ARMS." - tee In It queata That the CommitChare of the Atlanta Peace Jubilee Chance the Nimr, tntaponism, irii., iNov. aa. The committee in charge of the Atlanta peaco jubilee, for which December 14 and 15 have been set, has received a telegram from the president requesting them to change tho name of tho celebration from peace jubilee to a demonstration over "our victorious arms.' Tho telegram gives ns the reason for the changQ the "uncertain outcome of the Paris conference and the exigencies which may arise." The executive committee of the celebration held a special meeting on of the president's telegram and decided to designate the demonstration as "Tho Atlanta Jubilee " Tho dates will remain as nt first announced December 14 and 15 and the prebenco of all tho prominent peoplo who have accepted Invitations to tjn ailain j bg. liOYod to be assured, re-ce- pt Hob Hngcn became engaged In a quar- rel at the Goodman hotel and llagen was fatally stabbed. Roth men had clemency in tho case of Daniel Oliver, bden drinking heavily and were very of Knott county, sent to the peniten- friendly until the quarre', which nroso tiary for manslaughter. He also re- over a frivolous matter. fused to grant pardons to William (3 111' N XI Mrrttii?, Southall, of Laurel, charged with man"FitAMvFOHT, Iy Nov. 19. A tele' slaughter, and J. P. Emberton, of Edmonson county, fined for carrying con- ffrnm from Miss, l'auline Helm Hardin, state librarian, Kentucky' delegate to cealed deadly weapons. the national convention of librarians, V. Turnplkra Lraneil. now In session at the national capital, Lr.nANON, Nov. 31. The Marion announces that the becond annual county fiscal court, in .special session '. mectlno will tin held at Frankfort In here, leased live turnpikes, namely, November. 1SU0. Danville, ht. Hose, Ar buckle nnil olil o.' Iti iinlnn ltrim;lll lldinr. Mnnnsvlllc, Lebanon and Knywick , IJowmno-GiikknKy., Nov. 13. Tlu and the llodgenvllle turnpikes, for a remain- of Private Joe linker arrive I period of ono year, the county to pay the turnpike companies $10 per mile here. The funeral exercites will be in charge of the Porter lliflen. llaker'; for rent of same. home was here. He was a bugler ir M h irtri Arr Tnxulilr. the 1st Tennessee .and died at Sat Fiiankfoht, Ky.,Nov. !il The court j Kraneisco, Cnl., en route to Manila, of appeals decided a tax question of In last July. terest to Newport nnd Covington. The llnn' (h,r rr Kxtrnrie I. city of Louisville contended that It FiiANKFonx, Ky., Nov. 31. Amended could not be compelled to pay state taxes on its river wharves. The state nrticlcsnf Incorporation weie filed in brought suit and tho court of appeals the office of the secretary of stnte by decided that the wharves are taxable, the German Insurance bank of Louisville. The amendment proposed Is the nnd Louisville must pay as assessed. extension after December 31, 1808, of its present charter for a period of 25 I.lnrnian It.xlly Stibb.il. Hkndkiison, Ky., Nov. 2'J. W. 0. years. Hnnbnck wab probably fatally stabbed Shot In III Dmir. by Lee IJaydcn at the Eblen hotel here, MoiiKiiKAD, Ky., Nov. 10. A report the result of a trivial quarrel. Itoth has just reached here that Press Inwere linemen for the new telephone gram went to the home of James Hnm, company, nnd lived In Evansville. In this county, and calling him to tho Hayden has skipped. Tho victim was door shot him. Ingrain lied nnd has stabbed In the right breast. Physicians not been arrested yet. Ham's wounds have no hope for him. arc serious and he is not expected to ' live. Shot b- n 1 n.rnmtr. bjrJtiNGFiKi.u, Ky., Nov. 23. In a t'liursril Willi Munlrr. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 10. Dennis game of marbles here Monday Smith, colored, was arrested Friday d James ShuUz and Louis Perry had a quarrel, when night, charged with the mysterious Shultz drew a pistol and shot Perry,. murder of Jupiter Lewis, an old and the ball striking him in the arm, going respected Negro, who wns killed Saturday night. Smith denies his guilt, clear through that member. but evidence against him is strong. JHnoti)iner I'ardon Unfitted. Fiiankiokt, Ky Nov. 10. Gov. Urad-lehas refused to extend executive y I MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt Vernon, Ky. We carry Drugs, Oils, Varnishes, Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call for goods usually kept in a first-clas- Chemicals, Faints, Patent Medicine. Fancj s drugstore. K, p&x$pc$x$xfc - First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Capital Stock T, $200,000. Surplus -- 523,100. "DIRECTORS" W. Hayden, K. L: Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Reid T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, J. S. Hockcr and M. J. Miller. We solicit the accounts of the citizens ol Rockcastle and adjoining counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all buslnesi Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view to business relations, respectfully invited. JNO. J. McROBERTSv Caahlcft j, S. HOCKER, Pre GO TO ld seven-year-ol- JONAS McKENZlE For Everything; lu - Kotpril. Pa hip, Ky., Nov. 21. Seven car loads sisted by Deputy Collector and Deputy of dressed turkeys, comprising shipMarshal Short, of this place, raided a ments from Paris, Carlisle, Flemings-burRichmond and Austerlltz, left moonshine still in Madison county. Tho 'shiners escaped, but tho offlcors ; Paris Saturday by special train over tho L & N rood for Boston nnil eastern destroyed n largo quantity of beer gp mnrkete, Vhjslty Olid ft valuable still. 'u. Agent I . Lancaster, Ky., Nov. 31. Kevenuo I). C. Gates, of Louisville, as- Sprclal TiirUfjr Train. Dm Gooas.6iotnino-Booisanasno6s g, GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Pest Guocjs at; Mvng Price H .v. t.-- "- - . SSft ;, sar . mii-iMi,wil- LyvvilL'iiiivmiiiiii.i-rijLiiijLJjLUjkijru!AZu- wnni.-Mi- i.iiii ujnnjuam .mimxxrxmLamX'rtirtrrfl- - u Go toBob Coses to ORDER OF FISCAL COURT, Oh, how good candy is when Oyoii 'HI' fiscal Court, October groceries and dry goods you buv at S. W Davis'. Rockcastle ' ' 27th 1898. Paints And Oils at "C. C ., Present, R. G. Williams, .judge: Friday, Nov. 25, rSg8 'will Notich. I DEALERS IN casliffor Davis & Co. and on motion of J. R. Gatliff and Eggs Turkeys and Geese. VlUJt n sfcomi dv k. i,. Jirown, a ma-- j selling call and get prices. Published every t"i iday by jorily of the Justices beint present Come to sec us. Will sell you honest goods at fair prices A. E. Albright, n. ..i,M These duns mean j'oil, if yon ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. and concuriug therein, it is ordered' a owe on subscription. JAMES AfARRT. UicCourt that Jonas McKenzie you can rent office rooms'fahd r and V. B. Whitehead be and they family rooms from S. W. Daviffin SV1T. are hereby appointed Committee the brick opposite Court House! KY. sruscrii'Tio'fVbsic vkak $1.00 for the Pauoers of Roeke.istlp O'd fashions in dress may be medicine FOR SALE n but no liousb 'county for the ensuing years, and " can replace Chamberlain's Lclic, for '35o; make me an offer.J said Committee is hereby anthor- .. , , Advo-tisinCholeia and Diarrhoea Remedy. rales "made known 011, fad and empowered by, this Court am going to sell and that soonj For sale by M. C. &. C N Wilto use not exceeding Sooo, the r A. c. application liams. amount appropriated as a Pauper vfund at this term of the Court in vou wiu hnd all kinds of fresh '.cant lo gel mad about it you W. II. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR. Si.vcic hist Thankfcivimr dav paying for the keeping of the candy madr daily at S. W.-- JDavfs' and pay up your dues, raj wcl paupers at the Poor House and u basement brick hotel. M the U'i ited btates has acquired! MANUl'ACTURKK AND UPAM-'Its better that way and good. IN a varie lind beantifull assortment such other pauper expenses as is good httmot and than to keep in absolutely necessary anywhere in M Did you ever eat any candy, of ocean gems in the of ' the county. Said Committee is mand at S. W. Davis'? He sefrf m ver pay. and must now prepare a stiong box which to keep them. further authorized in cases of ex- the largest sack you ever saw Jot? treme necessity to contract with a 5 cents. Tnic total donations made to doctor to treat the sick paupers but colleges in the United States this said treatment shall be limited to Fruits of all kinds yer to date amount to the large Absolute necessity, and no doctor bread at all times. Calland fresh Arc vou paying for xvhal yon rra and se shall be allowed to sum of $10,861,152, which patient in the basemeut opposite Court reading. t c:i!,- donations of $5,00 and withcut on order from the Commit house. upward. Popular support is a tee. Said Committee is also auIN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE . A $30. coo stone quarry for sale great thing. Here's to you Am thorized and advised to contract for coffins and burial clothes for aiiv Inquue.nl Signal office. erica 6, of the paupers under their charge Acade tnic, Intermediate,aiid Wanted'. To trade Corbin prop V It appears that the President who may die during the ensuing Pritnaj-yDepartments. erty for a lecond-hanthat the election just had year, m said Committee shall saw mill not approi es his idea of the ' 'destiny" nov exceeding $3 00 for coffins for outfit. Address. D. T. Chestnut 1 S BhrsB of the United States, and has acted Corbin. Kv I WV L. pusoiss and not exceeding All kinds of fruit and fancy grpl on t!iU assumption. On this he $6 00 for clothing. w . mri'mivctiMi'i'i! : v rvvviv ..11 make-a fatal mistake. It is true It is further oidered by the Court cenes at S. W. Davis' cheap as tti ei cheapest. thai the administration party saved that no cla'uis or 3 keeping paupers, its nnj'.ritv in the elections of Con- medical - , urn long, rut vii'i- m treatment, coffins or buiial Finest grades of tobacco a"l C ',r..de r hotter, $12 pet 111'. gress t week. But the reduction clothes, except such as are con- cigars at the drugstoie of C C3 i 2 -- .; of til.- majority of 47 and plurality tracted for Miche.s long, tvi. f( and reported by said Davis & Co. '1 of7 to the meager majority of 13 Couiuiiiteeiwill be paidn ' or ordis a narrow e; cape from repudiation ered paid by r.-..J this Court. Said uyju -- v. ...... i. u ..: huh hum unx iime o It surely is net an indorsement. Committee having appeared in groceries and dry goods, and .an fur. : . . li ad the issue been presented open Coiiitand accepted the trust. sold .it liPfl rnrh nrirpe sqmiely to the people by the they will report their acts , 91 J'l1 III r. to this ' ' managers of die Administration Court on 1 . the Fourth M011d.1v in ' . N.Mi;,i IKtVi'. mt.i.n canvass had they not, in fact, Oct. 1S99. ' NOTICE. s. v boisterously anl peisistently de- ...The Having sold goeds for over ten' 4' "' .vl inchi-- -. intV above grder is 10 be pub clared that the Philipiue question lished in four weekly issues of the years on. time, and done no. good did not enter into the campaign, Mt. at it for at least three out of five yoki:; ykknon Signal. but ih.tt it was silver, tariff, immieither can't pav or won't nay -- I A copy attest: . v.!,; gration, anything else, on which resolve hereafter to sell strictly for 3 M. C. Miller, C. R. C. C. the president wanted them to stand CASH or PRODUCE. I hope my bv him there would not be even ' J .ii4.mmF best friends will not ask me 10 a majority of 13 Republicans in r ' j:59J break this resolution. I had rath When Your Horre Is Shod By er quit selling the next Congress. than to ereJit out .11 1 -c- &ll--aird goods longer ,1'A'eryrea. Tub Louisville Dispatch, that m nil wiir iiatJdi si i i rjAaL advocate and exponent of 110.se wuo arc ovvmc me. voiir JCe'muckys Democracy, edited by account i.lrng past due I need he Hon B. A. Enloe, whose edit- Vou may t'enend upon it that it tlie pay lor th- - goods jou got, s(1 orials are able, lucid, and to the 1; .r coinf and settle Don't foree u '"" lias bifi done in a '. po'nt, always of strong thought, to pit vmu nevotuit out aftei I anl the shoes will sta- on unexpressed in plain, tastey, under- - til ha - already wiited so long. ' . Or Wll lM. Cr worn out. SSCASH. 3i.uwu imiKiiuge, cjiu mueii to eni on I will iipp,t n siiiin ;i" k. thuse the boys in the trenches u Hie next world but I nee.! nione-. VERY BODY LOOK during the last campaign; to instill what you owe me in this. I urn e ling the Singer Jewing in the confidence, in the virtue of W. A. li. Davis. their own cotuse. end to encourage Machine on easy terms and keep all Bi A them to press onward to the goal of kinds f sewing machine needles oil NOTICE. political triumph. It is a great bands, shuttles, and evcrxthii'g GREENBACKS 1 will u barrel prar, ' 'filling a long Mt want,' that belongs to a sewing machine. Michigansell you :; W V Wfj or Government Money. salt for $ 25 because it is th peoples paper, Will end ncedles'by mall to anv I nlsoclean and repair all 7 tt arrel oi Micl.j.r n salt ' kinds backed by 1I12 people and repre At close of our Civil W.ir in rR6e gi.6o ol machines You can sec me here senting the people. there appeared in the London Times Several of Cood cut shingles; at" $1.35 , i W. M. Owers the following : our fellow townsmen nave stock eve-- Saturday. thousand; sawed sliinglrs $r " If that mischievous financial polMt Vepiou Ky in the Dispatch, all of whom are icy which had its'brigm in the North livered on switch i r li clei proud of their investment because American Republic during the late .' I. Hlbrigl t, IJionhcpd K of the success it is making and the Civil War in that country, should become indurated down to a fixture, great good it is doin. Fifteen then that government will furnish its dailies ccpe to Mt. Vernon and a At &, e :jj, mnrtntr unlnnnf scf Tf r11 Umm nil F FRANCISCO. Propr. large munbjr of weeklies are taken PHONOGnAPHV, the monev that is nccessarv to r.irrv it i he nepai'&ypMv. , LntaK throughout the county. Situation. J4$f$&Ssz on its trade and commerce. It will ffilegraiiil! become prosperous beyond precedent Republican or Democrat, l m the history of civilized nations of should add his nnu e to the subLively Attached the world. The biain and wealth of scription list; chip in your 50 cents Mi- ' .11 Trains, Day and Night. all countries will go to North America. for a yoar and study closely its' Ti: vvl ng Men and Railioad iiiipti I'll a n am GENERAL W.R.SMITK, de- political truths. Success to ou! ii Solicitid. W.,'! i'ir STROY EVERY MONARCHY ON LEKIWCTOW.p JCY.a Bro. Enloe. May your subscribers, my . on "i rill l'i if Vnv flrcularof Ms famnni nriil 1 HIS GLOBE." increase, evjn to the uttermost COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY The famous Ilazzard circular, to ARE YOU A DEMOCRAT 7 parts of the earth, your exchequer 3Icd.il at World'e Eipoiltlca. capitalists in New York, and the Bttell r.etera lo tliomanilo of pradimtcs In poaitlnri. be filled to running over and that orrml Hoard In fonrtc, lncludlns'Xul. Bank circular to United States BankAn old adage reads: '"There Is a place Cost Hooks nndIlucineis family, about t'.U. tlon, ers, both emanating from London, and ' yourself, may for everything." and for everything to ba Shorthandjypo-Writinyou7 and Telegraphy , Speciall:::. op, inarch the fabulous corruption fund raised in In Us place, tho LOUISVILLE DISI'ATflll 0B"Tho Kentucky Unlvernlty Diploma, unJor teal, growing richer in mind htart an, should find a place In tho homo nvarilea Krailuatcn. Literary Coureofrco, If dtslrct. of every L'Dtornow. Novuration. your UUen Graduates suicessful. England and Germany, estimated at In order to havt reach ui, addreii onlu DEMOCRAT In tho SUNNY SOUTH. The purse until eternity's morn $1,500,000, were the agents that seGENERAL WILBUR R. SMITH, Leslngton.Kr' A Dispatch Is tho peonlo's DaDcr. ownni h cured the closing of our mints against Hole. Ktntu.clv Unticmti mount; f.V,i,(jjn, onj tuo people, PR ACTICA K always 1VU. VCIUUQ l I - 1 nmJm, Oieriai t 1 ' -- I DAVIS & SON VERNON, , "W -- General Merchandise Tf Old Main and Church Sts .4 d. As-rooi- staprI , Brodhead Marble Workg and Tomb Stones. 1 6 nnu merits 111 I Mt. Vernon Fll re-vi- - 'I Collegiate Institute 1898 1 Session Openes September , d ..vu II&B& . 1 1 , t (8yTrn 1 v 11 Special Normal Work: for Teachers M. SCROGGS. Pincipal la-,- 2: ', , - - J i - TJ.-.- - . r o Fown Lots for UivirigstorL business and Dwelling In the ni6st desirable. rart ol town near' theni. L . "ivi; - -r ,- Houses ifek - THO'S TAYLOR MHfeHKSSSSuSSBPPl'wi - ffacksmitti, scie-'f'fi- 1 "e" h.; Wm. FTELDS , 1 man-.tie- r ! v- 1 1 i - I y -- 5-- 1 tore ad-le- ss 1 1 Drugs, Medicines, Cheaper, GroceHes i , 1 i:n TOBACCO AND CIGARS . Kutel Frith Hrorlhead, Cheap, c Cheapest' c. davis co-Subscrib- Every-render- TVlie-Wlili- Ct(! - MvVsrV n-n destroyed or it will - oICjN AL 0 - for the A YEAR. A, Grauman, j, Save 20 p?r cent, by buing squarely on the chicaoo plat- your dings and medicines at F, L. 1'OnM, without the aid or constnt of thf Gola DuB s eirug store, Lran Orelnrd json of itsMonPHc3. and a fair news cervltn (now being e also carries a fine line of pure- - nllicl over leased wins by tho New York Chicago Inter wines .111(1 liquors. Mail n,i til.-- Suu' tho Press AKnri.iiinn Ocean and ths, Northern .vin. h., pbone orders promptly filled tf any other paper, will fully verify Its compar-vvain- n fur-H- :r and Is ready to fight for ,U8 CQUse ot tho people. IT STANDS had nearly 1000 itudenti in attendance hut nar. $$sSHg k!l$$fd'1. EXPERIENCt-- . eO YEARS' MottO, "If so, and if nisiintnli it's to it Is always In the VOU C0 It 1.. HiR ." Mailer Tho Dispatch alto has a staff of over & ..Wf.s new hav their mill on one 100 active correspondents in tha South, and will P03ITIVELY GUARANTEE of the best sites in the county and THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN MORE NEWS are fully prepared to cut bills to of any other LouIstHIs parer. Oet the Dispatch; it 6WC3 tho news and tells the order on very short notice. truth Rbout it. Luin-b'rcvin- To 13uiLDnR3.--- J. V. aHM IZ. 5l7Bi5W tjtvT TnADC 'WivW ,f.J flnRi'.? Dcqigns Aktmio Bcnflli- .- n j!.plrh m.1 d; lyn-nrtii- lti our oritur n fno wliclliir tn tlniMcnlitlciiiiil lw.tr'. b !el:v-:- e V , ,, uet troupe of dumber. auemion nud the Lest Dally, S pages; Sunday, 21 pages; Week-1"- . 3 pages. Wo club with tho Weekly DUratch ct the remarkably low prica of tlu-!( ScieiKff $1,25 for it and Signal. v Ri'lynLnratJl i' ''wiiltil ' ;!. k Umlaut, Inftrjfr-w8rl,lT. I. &OM r bnll re Term -- n i i. silver. tihel-s.- '.-, The "walk Into my parlor'' policy of England, during and since the ,1'UnJMai, Dikjjctok. Spanish 'War. is the Lllest pvirlnnro vit. Vsrnoii, - - Kenluckf English Diplomacy in shaping the destiin of the United States Govern- ment. Notwithstanding the famine pi ice of wheat; the Spanish War, and fabulous expenditures of monev bv nm government during the past year, gr Id has increased in value eleven percent, and all otlfer values decreased in the sajns proportion. "Fo," a tfibrough understanding of Keeps ColRns, CasHets, Robes, the nieRejgnuestion, or silver nr,t:c, the Cincinnati. Enquirer lias unhhimly Unen Bosoms, Cuffs, nnd Collars., 61V'', e i'SSp of its ability 10 'ea h, Cm furnish Metallic Caskets and cxP"'-- i nWproducc all 'Uu.U r.nd ' ave KmbalminL' dono nn slmrt t tnit'i. jt QJRapaper that and c Orders bv : classes v....- - - l.s. lolice and easy terms. ire nnu profiKikv elegrapli or telephone promptly Willis Griffin Dr UNDIRTA DENTIST, MfttiiR hbftiU Kntrauccoti Main Street; mmimmL W. A. OAKSON painter And Paper Hanger, Mt. Vernon and Brodhead, TOnriirW WUlbe pleased to giyc ostlmalcirt on work! Satisfaction guaranteed n-..;- attended to day or night. r .Holiday candies can be found at Pay your dues to Signal, Robert Cox. T. j. Crtss' school closed on the S.'W. Davis'. Call when you Edgar Albright is here from 25I h. Per Iliatt was liere Moutlny last. want good, pure candies. Centre College for Thanksgiving. VjtKKOK.'Kv., Nov. 28 1808. Mt. For tlie best assortment of cand - ' William's" drug store's popular Drummer Forrester was liere tlie Henlv Bistin. of Crab Orchard. ies go to S. V. Davis' in basement.' first of tlie wJieic. andefficpt diug clerk, and whose come in from the State College to n. "cu"r.l(!icMt. Urn...., K Dr. Davis has a copy of tlie nenu is ntall matter ; .TmW wiii.m,,.. f,rr,i in the,,aiH,as uie same size, took j spend Thanksgiving, ,G. history of the 4th Ky. Regiment WedneHiav E. Convention al ' I Mt Vernon Signal Ucst shoes at Robt Cox's. Fine assortment oPSiioks. . . - day in each month. day in Jannhry, October. County Coukt. COURT CALENDAR. Eourth Mon Fiist MonApril, July and , Quarterly Court. e .. I onr-cln- . .& ' hft-fiw- w n Thanksgiving exercises were For Salk. One house and lot Dr. W, A Drown was up from ' held at the College Wednesday The ClirLstiau Endeavor . Society cheap, in the west part of towil. 'ProeWorial Cards. fudge McCIttre Parksville to see evening. "A Thanksgiving Party" wlto held here on the 19 and 20 was Call on Andrew Gentry. h very ill but is resting some well attended and much' enjoyed. L & N. LOC4.L TIME CARD. was very amusing and all the parts ' P.A.li5euniriftfon, D. D. S., M. D. easier at last accounts. n ' 11:37 Day Mail North recitations and songs were well we, only wish we could have it meet ' DENTST, Rev. Goshing of the Catholic with us every year. No. 1 baled hay for sale at 50Cts. Day Mail South 2.27 p m rendeied. The decorations sue-- 1 by A. II, Bastin Crab Orchard. 1:32 a m tested "the harvest lime when t!ie.cluircn was Here wsdnesday. Night Kx. North N W Cor. Third and Chestnut St's., Chas. Starks has returned from member the place when you 1:4s a in gleaners come home." Night Ex. South LOUISVILLE, KY. Campton, S.C with his wife where "Yes, take him to J. A. Landrum, Agent. n uwi.v nrn.'f,.i..i ill ,. - .want candies, oranges, bananas, she has bee'il visiting her parents. Cox' store where he downget a Rob't w t IIIlUUI wi can good apples and all kinds of eatables m ninth inning, in the Corbett and suit for $4." the basement of old brick hotel. Mrs. Jack Melviu is visiting in Sharkey prize fight in New York CHURCHES. 1 J. Playes' baby, at Wildie, got Corbin. i itiMinn- -i Holds Kcrvlccs 1st !: .Irl Sunday SURVEYOR on Tuesday night, Sharkey was 11 it. mid ntG:S0i. in. Salt rou Salic. 7 bit $1.60 Tom Terry was up from Lincoln winner, Corbett, it ap- on railroad track and was knocked declared 5bu 1.25. A. E. Albright, pears had agreed to such an end- off by engine after it was reversed last week. Brodhead, Ky. tl Also, an Agent for the best 1'reib.vlcrlnu Holds rcnicd'oii the 1th ing of the fight before it opeiul and by engineer. Two cars passed the A child of 'Win. Kirby.Jr., was , .iiiid.iy little fellow befote train stopped, badly burned, Tailors in the world. the referee declared all bets off. ' Attention Gentlemkn. ' Corbett has got to the bottom of The crew carried the child to the , Judge Lair of Mt. Vernon, was Tailor made rothes "at "hand me house near by, when it was found list Olmruli Services on the Second the ladder it: pugilistic disgrace. C. C. WILLIAMS, .urdnj night mid Sunday. Sunday down last week. down" prices suits to order lrom to be slightly injured about the '(iionlnt 0 u in cery b'undiy. Prayer Attorney-at-LaW. R. Smith's College Lexing- head. . Mrs. Chas; Urown is visiting her $8.50 up pantaloons $2,50 up fit jofilui,' on Tuesday nights. J!cv. J C Car- Wit. Vernon, Ky. ton, Kv , is where hundreds of and satisfaction guaranted ask to 'ir.it. itustor. parents in Louisville, cleik's, farmer boys tfnd"- others see samples A. E. Alhuigiit The following is clipped from BQiOffjce on 2nd floor of nevr have invested $60 to $90 for tui- the Columbus, Ga., Ledger Major MASONIC. Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Meiritnee Brodhead Kv. brick on Church street. Special ulii.uul Lodge No, 010 meeu .'rd Moo- - tion and brard for an education Williams is Dr. J M. Williams of are at St. Mary's this week. attention given to collections. duy 10 A in. and are now getting $1,000 and this place. Mrs. T. A. Greshain was visiting a year. Reud ad. and keep this G. W. McCLURE, The work of getting the hospital her sister, Mrs. Magee last week. OTHERWISE. notice for reference. Remember LOCAL ready for the soldiers was being Wood Ballard, of Lexington, was .Attroney-aUJL,- a that in order that , our letters may rushed by Major Kyle the surgeon the guest of relatives here last week only reach this colllege, addiess Mt. Vernon, Ky. in charge, and Major Williams Overcoats for $5 at Robt Cox. E. C, Walton gave a write-uof Gen. W. R. Smith, Lexington, Ky his able assistant, yesterday, and Livingston in Tuesday's Interior All business entrusted to my care Walter Tu'rpin is sawing for Jop The moining after Corbctt's dis the field which a few Journal. will receive prompt attention. ' MjCall. graceful defeat Ed. Cox and Joe days ago presented the appeareuce Office on Second floor of new brick Mrs. H. C. Henry, of South George Pennington is visiting Taylor fvo of our county citizens of a lonely spot in the woods I on Church street. r )Y lenitive in Jackson county. of pugilistic bent of mind, met in grown over with briers and weeds Whalen, Ind., was the guest of her -":r? -. husband who is one of the firm of James Houk, Jr., and wife are Grant Baker's store and after a few is now a clean, neat and systemati, R. G.WILLIAMS, pielimiiiaries went at it hammer cally ananged camp ground when Mink & Henryr lumber men. vi'iting Garrard relatives. at-Laand tongs. In the first and sec- every appliance in the way of comA box supper was had at the j au ...jrriiiP , ilogs are selling at $2.75 and ond rounds Taylor had the best of M11vZZJJi'Mm, fcA school house Friday night. Only fortable quarters for sick met is to &$& iwJh MT. VERNON. KY. 3 co per hundred. it, having btought the claret from be found. It is a beautiful sight a few were present, but aoout $7 Wanthd A lat hog to net 250 his opponents nose. Cox came to to see how fast order and ssstem was realized tor the benefit of the : Yes Sir, Robt Cox will sell you the scratch and bringing one of his are being evolved out ot choas and C E. T. J. Ckuss. '300 lbs. ' a good suit at $4 to $7. noted three swing sledge blows contusion aud how complete and Mrs, W, H. Satterfield and sister Wind blew clown the smoke knocked Taylor into a pile of aystematic are the conditions under Miss Hattie, have returned stack of Griffin's mill. stove pipe.; Referee Buker declared which the work is carried on. ." from a protracted visit to Glasgow For a good shave and hair cut the result .in favor of Cox who Major Kyle and Major Williams Junction. PRACTICAL call at mV thon. D. S. Ptirdom now chalenges all coiners to fight both of whom are genial courteous at $5 to $7. EMBALMER Tom Btuniiainainandjisis'.er and Willis D. Adams, of Garrad at 130 lbs. and obliging gentelmenand both STANFORD, KY. , county has a four pound girl at his "sVe'huTlmT'ol SHOES DRY Stock Complete. Telegraph OrtN of whomM,gav1ciurp' "an extensive To the Over.seers ami Citizens: Wildie 10 use. itionand a nd lucrative practice to enter the ers a Specialtv We, the undersigned Road Comwere the guests of T. B, Lair aud GOODS John Meadows filled a new bond missioners for service have both been in charge ST.11t,TTTja Rockcastle couu ty lamily. for $1,000 after the death of John having met for the purpose of ab of hospitals at cpmps where much Misses Susie and Annie Thomp- a DR. A. G. LOVELL, Mathews. sickness prevailed and both lowing road claims for 1898, find officers are determined that r.o son were the guests of Mrs. W. J.. Dr. J. W. Grant, the Lancaster Physician and Surgeon, that a healthy sentiment has been such Vernon early conditions shall prevail Sparhs and attended the Convendentist will Ldin Mt. moused in favor of good roads. mt From Benjamin Franklin. tion. in December . 2t We are glad to see the overseers here. Under their able direction Oflire North blue. Main street "When you aic sick, what jou Mr, and Mrs. Stephens have arSergent Abel Pennington, famil- taking the interest they have exhib- the various needs of the hospital like best is to chosen lor a medicine iarly known in camp as "Uncle ited this season. Much depends service at this post will be provid- rived from Crab Orchard and have in the first place; what experience ed for in the most complete and taken possession of the Mullins 'Abel" is home on a furlough. on them. There are several things, tells you is best, to be chosen in liberal maimer and nothing will Hotel. The Daptist church has secured however, that must be remedied the second place; what reason (i.e., Miss Cehr. .Gentry attended the The roads must be be loft undone to prevent sickness la handsome organ and will now next 3 ear. Theor, ) says is best is to be chosen HUGH MILLER made wider. A great many fences among the so'.dieisor the spread C. E. Convention at Livingston. in the last place. But if you can Jgivo good music hereafter. will have to be set back. To make of infectious diseasses. Mrs. J. J. Cozatt is the guest of get Dr. Inclination. Dr. Experience IIEADQUAL 1 RS FOR fr There will be a suoner and en- - roads, you must have sufficient her husband our accommodating and Dr. Reason to hold a consultaCOMMERCIAL MEN. m'rlninnient at tne Wildie church giound on which to build them. The Christian Endeavor Conven- depot agent. tion together, they will give jou on the night of the 26th fur the all trains.-- ? at the best advice that can best taken' The width of the road should meet tion at Livingston was attended by Miss Lizzie Durham, of Parks benefit of the Sunday School. When you have a bad cold Dr. ntniiftiTiH't"1-- " i",l,lF'" ""'" " the requirements of the law, (30 a large number of people from Mt. ville; is the guest df her sister, Mrs Inclination Vernon. One sow and two teet) as nearly as possible, recommend would . Fok Salic -Judge John D. Ellis, or Newport, W, W. Wright. shoats. Thoiough bred stock, In- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy benother 'hiug to be done is that Miss Mae Miller was with her cause it is pleasant and safe to take jta'nuhe at the M. P. Newcotnb home the roads must be raised in the Ky., was present and delivered two . Brack Graves during Dr. Experience wculd recommend hoi Ih of town. addresses. Manufacturers center, propel ly ditched and the Rcy, W. R. Chapman, of Dan- the Contention. effect a of Liuifi and brick. it because it never fails to ri Chas wunanis colored bur-o- f rock broken much finer, We ville Theological ''Seminary delivMiss Lucy Mullins was the guest speedy and perment cure. Dr. They also furnish Lime, Building glarized the hou-A. R. Scott suggest that every overseer use all an address to the Convention of Miss Lena Heiring during the Reason would lecomuiend it be and took a coat, vest and overcoat. the gravel possible, though you ered Stone, either quarry face or cut. both days. Endeavor Convention. cause it is proparod on scientific Orders promptly filled. have to haul It some dis'nucc. We Fe was tried and fined $30 The assistance rendered by the have had many 'complaints in rc There ''ve"rc many others who at- principles, and acts- on nature's W, E. Singleton, the Lexington garcl to overseers tis'ng and lend- State President and-Mrelieving'the lungs opening Chapman tended the Convention, whose plan in photographer, who was, shot by ing their road tools It is the duty was invaluable; both are earnest the secretion and restoriu the sysnames we failed to get. Mijor Carson, has sued' him for ofeveiy oveseer to keep a close and eloquent speakers. Each sestem toa natural and healthy condi Mr, and Mrs. W. M. Fields were tion. For sale by M. C. & D. N $10,000. Singletcn has nearly The watch on his tools in his posssesion sion Inct cased hi interest. MADE BY the guests of H. W. Rice and Williams and to loan them to no one, nor exercises wcie varied with excelfamily at the Eight Gables. . C. Write to Mrs. Rosalind Ntisbitt use" them himself except when lent music. The report on prison W. B. Adams, of Garrard, and We have two children who are of Mt. Vernon, Ky., for a copy of working the county road. We sug- reform was such as to make a lastmen have fences ing impiession.There is 400 Christ- James Bussell passed through here subject to attack of croup. Whenher new and popular song "Just gest that where Monday for Rockcastle river. ever an attack is coniniing on my Sixteen." Price 25 cents per grossjy over the line ami a goud ian Kndeavcrors in rricn wal. the re- The prison work is teceiving 0 Chamberlain's wife gives them copy. 2t road cannot be made without Mis. Georgie Rice. Messrs Sam moving the fence that the overseers good deal of attention. The childCough Remedy and is always Denhaui and Chas. Davis were Alvira Ilialt's house near lime It is a household the attack--. give the land owners notice this ren attended every meeting, Miss kiln was burned last Thursday. down from Mt. Vernon Sunday. neccessity in this county and no winter to remove them that it might Lelia May Lovell, Miss Annie The old darkey lost all Sam McClureati.d pretty daught- matter what else we run out of, it be done be foil next years' crop is Thompson, McKcnzie Brown and Twenty-eigh- t erieuce in goods. jeais The citizens propose to put in. Every citizen should be Johnnie Baker, delighted the audi- er, Miss Dollie, we're the guests of cioct. not do to be w ithout Chainb-c- i assist in rebuilding. Horse shoeing a R. B. Mullins and family last week.! Iain's Cough Remedy. More the business. interested in the cause of good ence with temperance recitations Also gene- - .' pecialty. ol it is sold here than of all other The wagon, harness, and pair of !,roads. Good roads means pros At the Junior Endeavor rally, Saurday night some one obtained mules advertised in our last issue perous people- - bad roads means Leila May Lovell sang and recited cough medicines combined. J. M an entrance through the rear door Richmond Street, Mt. Vernon, was bought by Mrs. Cromer for paupti county. Nickle, ofNickle Bros, meichnnts and again in the evening by request of Sparks, Mulhus & Sparks' store Nicicleville Pa. For sale by M. C. Ky. '45We feel justly pioud of this If you have anything to sell Miss Mae Miller aided in the and blowed the safe, but fortunateadvertise it in tlu Signal and you ycais work and have every reason music throughout the Convention. & D.N. Willi nns? ly did not get the small door open will find it a go. imto believe that tlicy will be TOM-FERRELRev. L. M. Scroggs preached where the firms money was kept year. Col. Sam M. Bnrdett who was- - a proved much more next the Convention sermon on Sunday They secured about thirty dollars OKALKR IN morning, text Job 22: 21. citizen of this place for some years,, R. P Norton n!clr;- -, belonging to the 'Macabees, aud G. C. E.sh J is still holding the position of WHISKIES' WINES, &c., &o., The church was" ciowded with what was in the cash drawer $12 W. Moore, 2nd district. an enthusiastic audience at night and some underwear, shoe,s, pistols, Washin8l0Il correspondent of the J. For Infants and Children, " Harry Blazer, 3a! KY. Chicago Chronicle. The Livingston people are to be watch chains, &c! They were, Tiio Kind You Havo Always Bought He says that Elisha Mullins, " 4th $2 up at and Fine congratulated on the success of the scared away by Harry Magce who a,new lorce bill for the South will " Boars the Convention. be likely, introduced in the next Elisha Bullock, 5th Delegates and visit- Jdiscoveied theiii'.as'he was passing Our Rockcastle friends carfwrite T. C. Johnson, 6th " Rlgnaturo of Congress ors were all enteratined royally. or Telkhonk. bv. W. H. Carmicle, 7H1 " LOl'ISVLLC & v,., I IS vri 1 . WJ tvit8 V Vi Mrs. Nesbitt. mid Miss Mattie Lieutenants Lewis and Dillion Newcomb to went Stanford favorably mentioned therein. y arc-ver- .:..! jiving .1 ..: uiugi.ipuv 1... OI -- r ;. . US . OII1CC1S. rr- - j Livingston, Sunday last. Wednesday. NASHVILLE K R.Co. I Livingston. Second Mon day in February, Fourth Monday Livingston will have connection in May and Third Monday in Sepwith Central Kentucky tonight and tember. Mt. Vernon Police Court. Pine Hill by or Monday Third Monday in each month. by telephone Circuit Couut. j . n,,,t .. S. N. Davi 111. Mt. Venon, K y. i w, 0 -- w, p rrrrr' -- Attorney w, J, C. McClary UNDERTAKER. -i- n-law, OVERCOATS MiHtmfromJ cTWpiCTf! M GROCERIES, , 1 Miller House, -- CSJ-Port- er j aunt-Mrs- MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY e - r. s Gentry, ARE AS GOOD Afe pit-ven- ts , BEST hous-ehol- black-smithin- - L Ht . ex 5 -,- -' ROWLAND, Jt (ZsitfMz&s. 'J Vt 4 In the head, with its vluglnff noises lu tho ears, buzzing:, snapping sounds, se vero headaches and disagreeable discharges, Is permanently cured by Hood's Sarsaparllla. Do Talto not dally with local applications. Hood's Sarsaparilhi and mako a thorough and complete cure by eradicating from tho blood all scrofulous taints and giving health and vigor to tho whole system. Catarrh HAD FUN WITH HIM. An ArtUtlo SEVERE Sonil STORMS OUT WEST. PROGRESSIVE SENTENCES. Here are some curloits sentences In which each word contains one more letter than the preceding word: DANGEROUS PROBING. Pointer from the Jolly Sen Itovcra. Lniulnmnii Get Hood's Sarsaparilla 9 America's Greatest Medicine, tl: six for (5 25 Hood'8 Pills euro all Liter Ills. cents. DcvIoiin Ilcjlnltlom. Forgettery Better than memory at times. Kaleidoscope Another name for a worn-on'- s watch. He was perturbed. The crew laughed and mind. he rebuked They Chatterbox The one occupied by a thea- Then one of them. told bided their time. them the artist that the ter party. proper way trrrestorc the coat to its normal Success The one road on the map that color was to tic a line to it, heave it over'eads to popularity. Hog An animal that gets right down to board and tow it for a few hours. The artist did so. the root of things. When he went below a deck hand hauled Divorce The only difference between the coat aboard, untied the line and hiding and alimony. the coat made fast a lagged piece of white Quinine A bitter enemy of the ague and duck and tlnew it overboard. sne that's hard to shake. When the Debt A trap that man baits, sets and line he was owner of the coat pulled in his the angriest man on the tug. then deliberately walks into. And Society A Punch and Judy show in u Inch deck he didn't know i 1st how to accent a hand's glibly made explanation, which ,he figures are dollars instead of sense was that a shark had seized the coat, until Dh'cago Evening News. the garment was restored to him. N. Y Herald. "Why is it the mind is brighter when a n.an is past 40?" "After that age the man BEST TIME TO KICK A MAN. jets sense enough not to eat too much." Chicago Daily Kecord. First Snvc III Life nnil Then Von May Apply Your lioot Blizzards and frost-biteSt. Jacobs Oil ind a cure in a night. tlth Impunity. y The sailor man, when in deep wafer, cannot conceu! the feeling of superiority with which he regards the untarred landlubber. Some of the noncombatants who sailed 1 lie gulf and the Caribbean during the wai learned to keep an eye on the mariner?, and others gained painful experience befit e the) got their sea legs. An artist who boarded a grimy tugboat clad in white linen found his coat covered with coal dust when he was a day from porl and decided to wash it. He filled a bucket with sea water and fell to work. When he had scrubbed the garment for 20 minutes lie was satisfied. Then it occurred to him to starch the coat pockets. He did so, and pulled out his gold "Don't say you woik like a slave:" say you "work like a fool." Atchison Globe. Perk and Quirk were walking along the crowded street, feeling very kindly toward themselves and the lest of humanity. Just Christmas coming. Uws St. Jacobs for as they reached the middle of a ciossing pain. Have a happy one. one of those aggravating individuals who walk one way and look another stepped diThe use of his tongue is not w hat makes rectly in front of a cable car which was 1 canine a lap dog. rounding the corner. Of course the car had Golden Days. no fender on it. Nearly everybody in the vicinity yelled, and naturally the bewildered man looked in the wrong direction. Quirk didn't yell, though. He jumped to the side of the track and grabbed the man by the collar and yanked him clear of the tracks and almost out of his shoes. Then he cave him another ferocious ierk to trot him out of the way of an express wagon, and, getting hiin at proper range at the same time, lie gave the poor man a kick that must have driven his spine up into his hat. And with the kick Quirk roared: "Confound you, keen your eyes open when you are on the street! Quirk looked unutterably savage, but Perk tottered to the curb, sat down and laughed until the tears came. Then he said: "You are the only big enough idiot on earth to save a man's life and then kick him for it." Chicago Times-Heral- ijtlOO THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to tho care und skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to tho CAi.iroit.viA Fio Svnup Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing tho truo and original remedy. As tho genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by tho Califounia Fia Svnup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one In avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fio Sykup Co. with the medical profession, and tho satisfaction which the gcnulno Syrup of Figs haB given to millions of families, makes the name of tho Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on tho "kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of tho Company . The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Cutarih Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a,.constitutional disease, requires n L'rmstitutinn.i! treatment. llnil'M Pnt irrli TCure is taken internally, acting directly upon tlie uloou ana mucous surlaces or the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution ami assisting nature in doing its work. Tho proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred DollaiH for any eahc that it fails to cure. Send for Jist of testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Though a man has a right tqmake an asi ot himself, he should remember that he will no.t be permitted to dusturb the peace with . lus brays. Puck. Itewurd f lj Llmltntloni. Hot or cold, Neuralgia will come. Use St. Jacobs Oil; it will go. When a man has troubles he increases them by being cross. Atchison Globe. Winter set in with Rheumatism. with St. Jacobs Oil and cure. one-hal- Set out CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FKANCISCO, CaL LOUISVILLE, Ky. JfEWTOKK. N.T. f Less than the things one hears are true. Washington (la.) Democrat. M ev&&jJtGLjfr?&sii How to '0 v0 1 GetStronj A has become run down by the trying weather of the bast summer is not in a condition to meet the severe winter of this climate easily fall a (irey to disease unless a proper tonic is will system which and used. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are the best medicine mtheworld for Or system. an enervated I Do not confuse triple bills with nrr- linaTy purgative bills.They do NOT act on the bowels.thereby uriner wearwiuuij uieuuuy. iney uuiia up Hie DIOOu ana strengthen the nerves. He Insured. I do not care about gurden paruer, although receiving numberless imitaShe had concluded tc take out a life in tions periodically. mrance policy and appeared before the KaxbasCitv, Mo., Nov. 22. A severe physician. Walter tumbled I nm not very sorry storm prertills throughout western mid headlong, screaming alarmingly unut"What's your name?" he asked in his crisp business way, and b)ic looked indignorthern Missouri nntl the state of terable maledictions. nant as she answered. Knnsns. Mild weather Sunday was fol"Age?" answer, rinsh-J.i- g "I go," wns that hcro'i lowed by rain, which turned into sleet "I didn't come here to answer impertibnttntions fonwirds, Napoleon' nent questions, sir. I came to be insured." early Monday morning with an unttsu Immediately surrendering. "Hut c must know your age in order to nlly sudden full in temperature, and I go ten miles every Monthly, through file the rate." "What rate?" the sleet hns been followed by snow, plcusnnt woodlands, oftentimes Judi'The amount being- driven before a strong wind ciously accompanying "excursionists beinc insured." you must pay annually fot from tho northwest. At many points mountaineering. "'1 hirty-thrcthen," she snapped. "You miiBt bo accurate or it will invali1 inn snd when fancy brings mocking in the two States the mercury ha policy." fallen from 50 to CO degrees In 'J I hours. memories returning; detestably inipor-tutmt- date the but I must say that I never "Forty; occasionally dUnppolnting, un- heard such impudence." Reports received Monday night indi"Weight?" cate an average temperature of 10 questionably disembarrassing, unrea"I don't know. Xeithor docs anyone else. to IS degrees above zero, but the sonableness, conscientiousness. Just as though that would make and difI do not feel alarm, having happily ference." indications lire for cooler weathIn"Married or single?" er. The storm of sleet prostrated uterconio jaundiced prejudice's ".Single, thank heaven! Not but what determinate-l- y telegraph wires in nil directions. The numerable traducemen's, of chan " unrestrnlnable, notlthstnndingun-pxtingulshabl- e I've had plenty Any insanity in your fami- "Of course. drifting snow hns Impeded railway misinterpretation, chartraffic, but there hns been no serious acteristically intercommunications' in "Sir!" and she tried her. best to congeal him with a look. blockndo. Atchison reports that two comprchcnslblejiess. Oolden Days. "I guess that you don't want to be intrains lire snowbound hi Kansas on the sured. PACTS FOR A SCIENTIST. Central branch of tho Missouri Pacific. "And you guessed it right the first time. I don't propose to be a family encyclopedia In Kansas City, Knn., two lines of she At Its present rate of combustion it for you or any other gossip monger." anddocelectric street railway have been forced i'ounccd out with a vigor that made the 0 is thought tho sun will Inst from 7 to suspend operations. tor think that she was a pretty good subject to 15,000,000 yenrs bfforc burning It after all. Detroit Free Press. Secretary Coburn of tho Kansas self out. board of agriculture, is authority for The "American Hoy" Ilattleihlp. bceu possible to dis Heretofore it the stntcment that while tho storm solve gold only has a mixture of Btroug Every patriotic American lvqpcs the school In boys of the United States will succeed in will cause suffering among the cattle Heidi. In Llebig's Annalcn dtr Chemle their efforts to raise $3,000,000, which will be on the ranges thcro will .bo no loss Frof. Zsigmondy now describes a wnj use.l in building a battleship to be called the from freezing unless tho storm be- he hns discovered of dissolving gold in "American llov." It cqts great sums of money to build a warship, but you build up comes much more severe. distilled water. your health with llostetter's Stomach HitMo.ntiiosk, Mo., Nov. 33.--- A fearful been hns heretofore ters at small expense. Tins remedy ia an The poison of tonic, blood purifier and stimulant, snow storm began about noon Monday ben supposed to be formic acid. The. stomach, liver and bowel disorders. and the thermometer is owny below German chemist Langer has found, zero. however, by gathering tho poison of Reflected GrentncBi. San Antonio, Tex., Nov. 22. A 1.'.5,000 bees and subjecting It topnaly-f!"Pa, what is a linca! descendant?" "A lineal descendant Js a person who has and experiments that thodgli formic norther of unusual severity swept to fall back on some praiseworthy ancestor over western Texas Monday. Freezing ncid is present, the poisonous principle for his own importance." Detroit Free Press. weather is reported from many points, is an alkaloid. II. Kcsslcr hns determined that tho and there arc indications of snow or 0 Her Mind. sleet furthor west. If this weather best results lt flashlight photography off my "There's two Italian lady,aasload deposited mind," said the she the seven bushcontinues it is feared there will be a nre obtained by using a mixture of parts of persulphate of potash to one els of coal that she had picked up along the great loss of livestock. magnesium, in this case tho railroad tracks. Chicago Evening News. Denison, Tex., Nov. 23. This city part of ot combustion occupying To Cnre n Cold In OncHny was visited Monday by the most disas- a second, and the amount of light and Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets.. All trous storm of years. Tho wind blew smoke being about the samo as theper-mangunn-te druggiits refund money if it fails to cure. 25c. u hurricane, unroofing houses, uprootmixture. ing trees and leveling telegraph poles. In Hock. There was considerable damage to SPARKS FROM THE WIRES. Hogan Fwat do this in the paper about "hock dcr kaiser" mean? A deluge of rain and sleet property. Grogan It is a diliikit way av sayin' soak About 14,000 miles of eleotrio tramaccompanied tho storm. 'im. Indianapolis Journal. ways have now been built hi this counWest Supeiiioh, Wis., Nov. 23. The Piso's Cure is the medicine to break up storm of Monday continued Monday try, giving employment to about 100,-00-0 children's Coughs and Colds. Mrs. M. U. pcrtons. night unabated and about four inches The Swiss telegraph business is a Ulunt, Sprsgue, Wash., March 8, '01. of snow has fallen. Tho wind Is blowbrunch of the post, telegraph and rail-wn- y Our enemies point out our faults, else wo ing from tho northeast at n nny post office might never improve sufficiently to retain clip, greatly endangering vessels on will department, and receive or delher piepaid tele- our friends. L. A. V. Bulletin. the lakes. Considerable fear was enter- grams. Forget it? Toothache won't let you. tained by shippers hero Monday as to A very useful attachment- for clocks tho safety of boats and cargocsbut so in an electric battery with n push- Don't forget St. Jacobs Oil will cure. far no damage hns been reported. Only 23 letters can be taken seriously; button which can be fastened to tho The weather bureau has notified til) bedstead. If desirous of knowing the tho others are all in fun. Golden Days. vcsselmeii that the storm will eontir tirtie In a.dark.room, pressure on the Deep down to tho pain spot. St. Jacobs for the next 34 houra fi;wiii .illuminate menial. Oil loots out Sciatica. li'nes'ln Kansas City arc to Washington, NovSi The bureau issues warning thavyeryco IV be made into electric lines. This is the work. hardest work is trying to keep out of Washington (la.) Democrat. weather would continue several days avowed policy of the Chicago stockand that extraordinary prc'cautlons holders of the Metropolitan street railCONSULTINGr A WOMAN, should be tnke o proteet perishable way. P. 1). Armour and Norman JU. Iteam, the directors of the Metropoligoods. IBxb. Pinkham'a Advlco Inspires The cold wave will probably reach tan company, have instructed the department to draw plans and Oonfldonoo and Hopo. the Atlantic seaboard by Wednesday estimates for this rebuilding. night, moderated somewhat in in' tensity. Examination by a male physician is USEFUL INVENTIONS. a hard trial to a delicately organized Warnings of unusually severe gnlef have been sent to all lake stations and A Texnn has patented a billiard cue woman. Sho puts it off as long as Bho dare, along the Atlantic coast from Florida which is chp.mbered at the end and filled with chalk, to be discharged and Is only driven to it by fear of canto Maine. Storm slgnnls arc nlbo dlspl ayed along through a small opening to the face of cer, polypus, or some dreadful ill. lIoatfrequontlyBUcha woman leaves the gulf coast from Key Wcsi to the cue as each shot 1b made. a physician's offlco i A handy hitching post has a spring llrownsvillc. wherosho has undrum Inserted In the lop, on which is dergone a critical wound a cord with a snap hook ot the 4& INSURGENTS WANT DAMAGES outer end for attachment to the bridle, examination with i animprcsslon,moro i the spring pulling the rope Into the or less, of discour I'lllplnnt C.oliiz to Washington With C In lull post when not lu tie1. agement. fur Indemnity I rurred lliirin; Ilia A westerner has designed a wagon This condiKicent W.r. which will improe the roads Instead tion of tho of cutting them up ns it pnsses along, mind destroys San Fiiancisco, Nov. 32. At the 'Pal-ne- the front pair of wheels running on a tho effect of hotel in this eity nre registered a wider track than the rear ones and all advice; and number of prominent Filipinos. They fcur wheels having brood, flat tires. sho grows An Ohio man has patented an unimal come direct from the 'city of Mnnila'and worso rather arc en route to Washington, D.C. The trap which sets itself automatically than better. In consulting Mrs. Pink-haand kills the animals as fast as caught, party is composed of the following: no hesitation need bo felt, tho a tijtlng platform being arranged over Calu y Dio Ueina, Pedro y itungue, a vwiter receptacle, with bnit attached story is told to a woman and Is wholly Juana Mantella, Kstchnniu y Uungue, to the platform, the rolent tipping the confidential. Mrs. PInkham's'address Amnllit Mellizo and Messrs. Angue and cover and falling into the water whea is Lynn, Mass., sho offers sick women Miguel Corte. The object of the visit he reaches the bait. her advlco without charge. Her Intlmato lcnowlcdgo of women's to the L'nitcd States just now is to THE MARKETS. troubles makes her letter of advlco a present large claims for djimngos bewcllsprlngof hope, and her wide experifore the president and cabinet. The rivriNSATI. Not. 2& 00 6j ence and skill point tho wny to health. CIVHSIOCIC Cimle.ccmnun.l 3 Wl cp 3 3.S damages, tho claimants assert, were 3 40 4 Selprt I utehen I suffered with ovarian troublo for (, 0 7j to ffoou light., fi incurred owing to the recent war with CALVES-F- alr 3 Ul a 3 91 ceven years, and no doctor knew what Spain, and an attempt will bo made tc 3 33 .. 3 A Mixed pacltcrs was the matter with mc. I had 6pclls 3 10 61 3 I.lcht show that valuable property owned by SHEEl'-Cho- lce shlDDcrs SS which would last for two days or mora. & 3 V OJ the Filipinos was destroyed by the .AMIi- SI thought I would try Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's --' 45 6 2 7J Fl.nmiWlnfprfnmllv American troops. It iti not definitely ultAIN-Wh- cat Vcgetablo Compound. I havo No.Sred.now. l NuStcd known just how largo an indemnity taken seven bottles of it, and am en3 8 Corn Vn 2 mixed tirely cured." Mrs. John Foreman, 20 will be asked for by the Filipino", bui Oat- s- C 1 AI i live Jsu.2 Woodberry Ave., Baltimore, Md. it is believed the aggregate claims will HAY Prime to choice a f M K.Tho abovo letter from Mrs. Foreman a9:7K Mess pork..., PHOVJSJONS reach several hundred thousand U 4 IS Lard Is only one of thousands. dairy UUlTEIt-Chol- ce o, L00.-00b lc - Wintry Weather. Abmtmla In Missouri and Kuniui A Norther of Uunsnal Severity In Texas. tVhen It Cnme to Prj-lnc- ; Into Fnmllr Secret She Didn't AVnnt to reeping Consumption Do not think for a single moment that consumption will ever strike you u sudden blow. It docs not come that way. It creeps its way along. First, you think it Is a Utile coll; nothing but a little hacking cough; then a little loss In weight: then a harder cough; then the fever and the night sweats. The suddenness comes when you have a hemorrhage. uetter stop mc disease wntie It Is yet creeping. You can do It with Aycrs Cherry pectoral You first notice that you cough less. on the chest Is lifted. That feeling of suffocation Is removed. A cure is hastened by placingone of Thc-pressure it X. i Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster over the Chest. A Book Froot It is on the Diseases of tbe Throat and Lungs. Wrlla ua Froety, It you havo ny cnmrtlnt whsterer snd doslre tho lct medical lrleo you can poMlhljr receive, write th. doctor irceiy. sou win receive a prompt reply, h wunnuicosi. Aiinreii UK. J. U. AYHl, Lowell, aUll. n mild and caecllro laxailTo they are simply wonderful. My daughter aod I were pothered with tick (tomnch and our lirr.Vh wnsrerybad. After taking a few dosoa of Catctrcta wo .are Improved wonderfully. They aro a great help In tbo family." WiLiiEuiiSA N ao tr im Itliicnhousn St., Cincinnati, Ohio. BREATH I havo been mine r BAD CANDY JA8CARCTa and m mr catmahtic TOAD I MAMN RIOI1TTRID Pleaant. Palatable. Potent. Taito Good. Do Oood, Norcr Sicken, Woakcn, or Gripe. 10c, 2ic. SOc ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... lfllt tttmrif Copiy, CUctM. llolrtl. Kw Tr. tit Un.Tn.RaO nw Bold and guaranteed by alldria- KltlllO JUltETobaocoIIabiU SHOOT Winchester Ioaded .Shot Gun Shells Jffr Used bvAiltheGwmpionSiiots. jUice. Ssm name on a Postal gmd. WR IS2 MCE IUU3TRAUD QTALOOUS. BHI stock Winchester Repeatingrms 180 WmtHCsriiiArt, ? tiirthvM, Conn e LIVE STOCK m CUTS. We will furnish duplicate! of CJUJ'X'S or any other Ifut anown In any Spec- xxran imen Book, at or bolow quotod price for aam. 'Jlectrotypcrs and Stercotypers, ftHKellogg Newspaper Cq. 335 W. Fifth St., CINCINNATI. UOaS-Conu- non X do-lar- Vnrl-coicers. Hone Ulcera. Heronilotn Ulcera, and all Ulcera, Oimvrcne, fever Horea, Old Hum. It never falls. IJraws out all rol.ou. Cures permanent. Havos expense and Buffering. Uest salve for Abscesses, lllc Jlnrns, Cuts. and all Fresh AVonuds, Jly mail.Rnmll.kf large, CM. Hook free. AI.l.KN MjiniUINB Hold by ltrucslats. CO., HU l'sul, Minn. Is tbo only auro euro In tbo world for Chronic HI e '. rj) I'm 'in U.idrr Martini I. iw. SPIIINOFIEI.I), 111., Nov. 33. m U Vi J f IJ I iv Nr Major A. C. Bishop, of 715 Third Ave., Detroit, Mich,, Is a civil engineer, llesays: "When I had my lastspellofslcknessnwl enrae out or the hospital 1 was n sorry sight. I could not regain my strength, nml could not walk over n hlock for neveral necks. I noticed tame articles iu the newspapers regarding Dr. Williams Pink rills for Pale rcople, which convinced me that they were worth trying and I boiislit two boxes. I did not take them for my complexion but forstreugth. After uslns them I felt better, and know they did me worlds of good. I am pleased to recommenu intra 10 invaiias wno neeu a lomcono ouuu up a snattercu constitution." Dttrett Frtt t'rttt. Tanner, Monday night, mation placing Pana under martial Oov. issued a procla- Prime to choice creamery.. APPLET Choice tofancy I OTATOES PcrbbL CHICAGO. ter alred 3 S 1 (j. 3 M & 30 FLOUH-WlnGHAIN-Wheiit-N- rntont. l 3 If If X At 6.11 dTuptfim ot dWcct from th 0T.Villie.m4 Medl- cm Comp&ny, 5chenctc.dy,H.Y. Price JIUyccnnpcT box. t M s. law. The commanding officer is ordered to tako possession of all arms in the hands of miners or citizens in the district. Persons with nrms In thch hands will be arrested by tho military authorities, its If they intended a disturbance of tho public pence. rnhtb.tloa nf Sxntngpv. Ukiimn, Nov. 22. The Kolmische Zeitung Tuesday morning, In an article supposed to bo inspired, advocates an absolute prohibition of tho importa tion of sausages. This advice Is aimcii at tho American market. I Nc. fOHN-NOATS-NoLAHU-Stc- 3 Chicago bprlnir ., o.2 .2 im 3W ;.8VJ? 60 8 CJ ,; W 3M Have you W S H , FI 3 JO &6 written to JtEADUnS OV THIS PAt'Klt DESIIIINO TO UUY ANTTU1NG ADVKnTlSEU IN 1T8 COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UPON UAV1NG WHAT THBY ASK FOIt, IIEFU81NO ALL SUIISTITUTUS Oil IMITATIONS. NEW YOHK. FLOUH Winter patent 2 red WHEAT No. COKN-N- o. HYK OAIS-Ml- xed rOHK-N- ew LAHD-Wcst-e.ro 2 mixed mess UALTIMOHE. j0'4 ft? .J' 3J & 9 75 ulO 0) U 0 O t 71.'i"ift Co FLOUH-FumGHAIN-Kum- lly lly 0 00 7I bouthcrn Corn-Mi- xed Wheat w 44 0 $ 8 Mi TO LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE OF THINGS, USE 8 Vi live No. 2 western CATTLE First quullty HOGS Western INDIANAPOLIS. No. GIlAI?IWlioat mlxoj 2 Nj. Corn Oat No-- s 3 Oath No. 2 hi to 88XO & 3 90 4 0J 7. 38H ( 3. (ft 4 k6 4 20 M) 4U tell us how mm much you can OO afford to pay UlWrO for an Organ? Top Snap Complete Double Q.89 Brh Tu Loader FISH-TACKL- BPOKTHMtWa 8LPPUE8 CUKAfKHthuEUlSWUEai pena lump tot MUiofut. POWELUCUMENTCO. 18B.U8t..nX(lTI. aT S3 VNEW DISCOVERY! gives quick relief and cures worst cases, bond for book of testimonials and lo days' treittmeut Free. Or. II. ll. uuiivs bo.s,itii.mus. 1 SAPOLIO I J.isrph Jiffi-ranCiinvnlrsoent. New York, Nov. 22. -- Joseph Jefferson, who has been III at tho Holland house- for two weeks, has become and it wan mU Morula; night that ho is ulnpninjjf to p;o notft,) oo Tliunsdft)! - C7H 4 3JJ, FLOUn GltAJN-Whcut-No. mixed LOUISVILLE. Winter paten' ! .MIXCUi.it lb 3T5 CnmMlied -T' J.i t ,.ChH,IHII!IIIHlll ,,,i II .ill ,,,,i,. ted.,.. a 401 lu a a v Do it now. IrattMwOi Yt. . IlURtS K.- Syrup. TasteaUood. in timo, boiu vj uiu,bi.w. WHtHt AIL ILoE AILS. TJao Estey Organ Co., 1738 VHE.V WHITIXO 10 ASTERTiailBS pleaso itate thatyoa WW ttH) AwTinKf atat la Htl pupWi A. N. -l! M