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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1899 mou1899011301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4) J" ''V k ?''.Vrj? x V " ;r fciv.Ts T V 'Aw 5 . Ifliifif ieirtfit , ,TTS VOLUME XIII. P1FTY-FIFTJ- L MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTM&Y., FRIDAY, JANUARY 131899. law HE WILL NUMBER 17. . CONGJIKSS. Sic lull H WORK FOR PEACE. EIGHTEEN KILLED OUTRIGHT ,V Ilriid-U- THEKTTUATION CRITICAL. ratification of tlio treaty, was adopted. Mr Cutlery (La.) continued and practically concluded his sreoeh beKUn beforo tho holiday recess In opposition to tho pending Nicaragua in the peace treaty which provides foi the free exercise of religion in the vrni Philippines, as in Cuba und Pucrtc transacted by tho senate Thursday. A resolution ollered by Mr. Hoar (M.is.s), dlrcctlnf llico. The treaty also contains a guarthe commltteo on foreUn relations tc report to tho scnato whether tho treaty ol antee that the property in these islnnds Paris makes any provision for tho, claims ol belonging to the church shall not be citizens of tho United Statos against Spain taken from it by the United State which were In exlstctico beforo the present war and the status of such claims after the government. Washington, Jan. a Ki:nati- - Little except that of a routine character, Morrill. busl-nos- The Occup itlon of the Philippine Istnatl by thu United Stntrs is Kuturrd ..NAiK-ThWabhinoion. Jan. f. first Rcision of tlio senate nfter tlio U liduv recess by I'opu I.eo XIII. occupied only 11 minutes, nltlioujjh Jn tliat brlol time two open scskIoiis nml un executive Wahiiinitiov, Jan. 10. l'ope Leo Peyton wero held. Tho t'nllcrlci were llllcd with Kpectatora beforo tho senate convened, Xlil favors the occupation andcontrol the ccnerol expectation being that the peace United treaty would be presented. The senatorial of the Philippines by the mcrabcts of tho peace commission appeared States, und ull tho power and influence on the floor nnd crqclcnn lioarty creating of the Vatican will bo invoked amoiiL; by their coIIhirucs. In tho nbcnco of tho vice president. Mr. Krjo (Me.) tho president pro the representative's of the church in lem, called tho somite to order. Mr. I'ryc. who this country to expedite the ratification wiih In the chair, lmmedhtely recognized Maj of thu peace treaty. l'rudens, assistant secretnry to tho president This information comes directly from who presented a mcsxtiKC from tho prcsldenl of the United States. Tho messauo contained Koine to one of the most trusted friends tho treaty of Parle. On motion of Mr.Ialsthi senate then went Intr executive session of the Catholic church in this country, In order thnt the treaty mlcht be referred tc whom I mot in the capltol Monday. the commltteo on foreign telatlons When the question of American sov. HousK-T- ho houso ripen t Wednesday considering tho bill to dotlno and punish crtmci ereignty in tho "Philippines wus first in Alashn and provide a code of criminal proMiggcstcd tho European representapaces cedure for the territory. Sixty-seve- n were completed Wednesday nml tho bill wai tives of the Catholic church did not made a continuing order until dlsposhd of, not look with favor upon American conhowever, to Interfere with appropriation blllr trol in thoso islands. That feeling or other special orders. Tho house adjournec has been wiped out by the provision out of respect to tho memory of thu late l(Hi. fccu-nto- r Valley ColllnliMi on the . J.Mauy Itoad at Itiiuiidbrook, Person Were Injured. ii t The tVir'Ilerlirtment u Very Itetlcc In . . Itagjira ,To Matters In tho City" of Hollo. THE EA.RMERS' BANK OF KY. STANFORD. rational EoooeMera t the Lincoln f WERE THE GUESTS OF HONOR. President and Mr. .McKlnley Glui Ulnborate Dinner to Jtrmliors of tho Purl Peace CcimmWsioner. nil WAS!irNoTorJan77BKSATrHimmcd ,ly after tho senile conven&d Friday tho resolution offered Thursday by Mr. Hoar (Mass.) Calling oa tho president for Information as to the Instructions of tho commissioners who negotiated the treaty st Paris together with nil coriespondenco and reports relating to their work, was laid beforo the senate. Chalrmsn Divls, one of tho commissioners, desired that it bo referred to tho foreign relations commltteo, but Mr. Uoar Insisted that tho scnato had as much right to such Information ns tho members of tho foreign relations committee and that the presi dent should dctcrmlno whether tho senate should liavo It- - Thu resolution was adopted In secret session. In support of tho resolution offered somo tlrao ago by Mr. Vest (Missouri) Hi opposition expansion. Mr. to Cuffery (Louisiana) delivered an extended speech. At tho conclusion of Mr. Caffery's argument Mr. Morgan (Ala.) announced on behalf of tho Nicaragua canal committee, the acceptance In n modified form of tho amendments offered bv Mr. Hcrry boforo the holidays to the pending canal bill. Tho amendments wcio not passed upon by tho sonate. service reformers Housk Tho scored a victory In tho house Trlday. The legislative, executive and Judicial appropriation bill was takon up for consideration, and when tho appropriation for tho civil service commission was reached. Mr. i:tins (lcp.Ky.) mado a motion to strike it out, Tlio motion by a narcarried to out strlko row majority. This was In committee ol tlio whole, whero no record Is mado ol tho vote. Mr. Moody (rep., Mass.). gave notice that ho would demand a tecord vote In the house where tho friends of tho civil bcrvlce law expect to rev ersc the decision. Thoso whe advocated tho motion to strlko out were: Messrs. Kvjus (iep., Kv.). Orosvcnor (rop., O ). Hepburn (rep.. la.), Llnney (rep.. X. C), Drown (rep., i). and Marsh Its opponents were Messrs. Moodv (rep.. Ill) (rep . Mass.), Hopkins (rep.. III.). Fleming (dem., Ga.). Hroslus (rep . I'a.), Henderson (rep.. la ) and llolllvcr (rep., la.) Jen. lft SEKATK-MonWasiiimiios. proved to bo an Interesting dny In tho seuato, subject under discussion being tho ptlnclpal the constitutional right of tho United Stntea to carry Into effect tho policy of expansion. Tho leading speaker vvas Mr. Hoar (rep., Mass.). who delivered a speech In support of the lcsolutlon Introduced by Mr. Vest (dem, Mo.) declaring It to bo In opposition to tho constitution for this country to acquire foreign territory to bo governed permanently as colonics. Mr. I'la tt, atthoionclu-sit- u of Mr. Hoar's address, briefly replied to Home points of tho speech which had been directed especially at him. Mr, Caffrcy concluded his speech In opposition to tho Nicaragua ! bill, but an effort to llx a tlmo for a yoto upon It fulled. HounK--Th- o house Monday reversed the decision of tho commltteo of tho wholo list Filday when tho appropriation for tho support of tho civil servlco commission wus stilclten out of tho legislative, exocutlvo and Judicial appropriation bill. In committee vvhcio members do not go on record, tho appropriation 65 was stricken out by a voto of Monday to 01. when ths roll wni culled tho appropriation was restored, tho motion to strike out being defeated 95 to 110. Tho house Monday by special order decided to proceed with tho consideration of tho naval bill ns soon as tho bill for tho codltlca-tlo- u of tho laws of Alaska was ous of tho way. 70 additional pages of tho latter bill About wero covered Monday, leaving almost 100 pages still undisposed of. nntl-clvll daj cl ?jmtaHtiwtyjitoTsi;i'ito.;iijtoai)ft,ccnv WXCBW employe from working, aroused a protracted debato on tho ground that It was an uttack on organized labor. It was finally stricken out. Tho following bills called up by tho Judiciary committee wero passed: To provldo addiJudges tional circuit for tho Third and Sixth Judicial districts, to tcgu-lat- e the terms of court in the eastern district of Tennessee und tho district of lluttc, Mont.; the revised statutes so as to allow tho United States flvo peremptory challenges In criminal cases; to permit shipowners to tile indemnity bonds; to allow legally o appointed guardians of Insane persons to iiatcnt claims and to release tho Cotton Press Co.. of New Orleans, pros-ccutIntcr-nttlolfi- il o judiciary commltteo had the of way In the houso for thrco hours Thuisdav and uulto a number of bills of mlnoi Importanco reported from tho commltteo were passed. Tho remainder of tho day was occupied In continuing tho consideration of tho bill to codify tho laws of Alaska. Some SI woro disposed of, making Kt In puises nil. In A section copied tho bill profrom tho statutes of Oregon. viding punishment by lino and imprisonment of persons who prevent or endeavor to prevent Hot'HK-u'h- canil right bill. riismsms?mss rated in a beautiful manner. Wasiiinoto.v, Jan. 10. President and Mrs. McKlnley gave nn elaborate dinner nt the white house Monday night, at which the members of tho Paris peace commission wero the guests of honor. Invited to meet them were tho members of tho cabinet, senators and representatives in congress and a number of the officers of tho army and navy who took prominent parts in the war. including Maj. Gens. Shatter and Wheeler and Adms. Sampson and Schley and Cn.pt. Itobley'D. Evans. Tlio table was set with its usual effectiveness in the main corridor, with round plaques of green orchids for center pieces and pink und yellow shades arpuMd-- t tiro, ,canillcb.i.wtillH"uhdAcast' RIOTERS AT PANA ON TRIAL. Kloven Pleaded (Smlty m Wero Sentenced Minn Operator Orvllln anil Penn- welt' Trial Ilegnm Tuesday. und arraigned in court Monday. States Attorney Humphreys nollied 51) of tho ernes, while 11 pleaded guilty and were given sentences. Tho trial of Mine Operators Orvlllc and Maxwell for inciting riot will take place Pen-wel- l, Pana, 111., Jan. 10. Seventy miners citicus charged with rioting were Tuesday. Over bummoncd. non-unio- flO witnesses huvo been Pneumonia continues to rage among tho colored miners, deaths A heavy provost occurring daily. guard is still on duty in the Negro and union miners' residence districts. Arrests for carrying concealed weapons arc numerous as ever. n CONGRESSMAN JAS. H. LEWIS. Tho lleprcsent.Ulvo Prom Wnntilngtun Miit L.oso Ills Sent In thu Houso on Account of Sorvlco In thu Army. Washington, Jan. 10. Ilepresentu-tiv- e James Hamilton Lewis, of Washington, may lose his scat in congress on account of military set vice during tho war with Spain. Liko several of his associates in the house, Mr, Lewis wus anxious to serve in tho army during the war, but he was careful not to accept a commission in the volunteers. Ho the idea of being detailed from the national guard of AVushington, in which organUution ho holds the rank of colonel, believing that by so doing ho would not forfeit his seat in the con-ceicd house. . John It. Mcl.eun Crltiotlly III. WAsmxenoN, Jnn, 10. John U. McLean, owner of the Cincinnati Enquirer, is dangerously sick at his palatial homo on Fifteenth htrect. Ho has hiccoughs, lie suffered from them bcveral days last week, but tho distress Since then they have ceased resumed. Monday morning his friends were alarmed. Doctors and nurses lire in constant uttcudance. The disease is superinduced by gout und stomach troubles. Auiciidmotit tu the Xtvul Appropriation Hill. 10. A Tnn Ifl Ni:w Yoiik, Jan. 10. JJy u head-o- n 1f1 collision between two passenger traina of rcuoencc Is exhibited at the wai de- on the Lehigh Valley at West Dunel-le- partgieiu relative to the state of X. J at l'JM" p. m. Monday, 1$ 'IJoilo. It is admitted that persons are dead and over 25 wero in- UcnJWtU has reported to tho departjured. ment the facts that wero reported to West Dunellen is three miles from himtintirn by Gen. Miller, but all lioundbrook and about DO miles from thatuan be. gathered as to the nature Xew York city. At the bpot where the of tjutcommunlcation is that it goes to accident occurred there is a bharp coriflrra.thcpress reports as to tho curve in the Lehigh Valley tracks the Insurgents. TJke're. arc excellent and a steep cutting, but tho acrealms why the cident vvas duo In the first place to ojligialsat thc'war department should some terrible mistake , in train or- at tjib,t'igc maintain secrecy as to the ders, and in the second place to inswittions governing the movement another accident that occurred at of doojiin thre Philippines. The lioundbrook earlier in the day. Tho to bo critical buifnot scenes that accompanied the collision, hojlus by any means, and it is the Bufferings of injured and tho panic that the danger of a that reigned among tho four hundred rupTOfo,,sliall not bo increased by in- indescriba- liaacnal ory publications, which powcr- passengers, were well-nig- h wreck of tulle, fugjfi iajrcct,thc excitable Filipinos. It ble. The blood-staine- d gled and twisted iron and wood that kived thn't Gen. Otis is framing a wus still on tho railroad tracks Mquday f c?a4jralgn which will result in night bore witness to the truth of tho UugK tensioH of his control over the general verdict of railroad men that of Panav, at least without I'liostilltles or, if It must come to this was one of the worst collisions' in recent years. re, then with the least possible L Train Xo. 'JO which loft Shamokin, Ure. of tho American troops. I'a., at 7 a.m., was so heavy with hu- 'Tm lily the first step in this cam- man freight that it had to bo broken PJK iias been taken by this time In Into three section. The first two secestablishment of- - a camp on the tions arrived at lioundbrook, switched xm kLpf Guiamaras, lying only a few over to the other track, switched 'back i irbm Ilhllo. and oasilv Accessible ut Xewmarkct and reachcel Xew York sjlips. This probably will be Tho tiiird bection of this tflM.liihitbaso of operations if hostili- in safety. I Wcomo unavoidable. train was almost an hour late. Its The govern- 2 lovyeVer, has! not abandoned seven curs wero crowded with 400 excursionists, most of them from Mount that a peaceful solution can be Carmel and Shamokin, Mahanoy City, it Ha.elton, Ashland and Pottsville, Pa. vmSx rfhpiil'nninnl'c Itictmnttnne con Kwv Their train switched over at lioundwere to land ir .MJJler at Iloilo brook and proceeded, liko the precedget, in ?ortununieation with tho ing sections, on the westbound track. crasy This is as far as his Meanwhile there had been waiting at lfiK Vn ,ve gone, except that when Xewmarkct u local train that plies' established communication regularly between Xew York nnd insurgent officials and people lioundbrook. Its number on Jth- - schud- - HKr0 ijiake .public the purposes of ule is 71 and it was due in lioundbrook. ited.Stafjes.7, Xot a shot is to at 11:50 a. m. Jorcpfof this country beforo reaching Wost.I)unei jEn glucctvlUck si cYeiL40v3jt 'ri i efKvchTfr6mlhi;rc!ll2ilhis VWiHHHwrrr!?Ti im ov " aifrctiit uuori'b ,t'Bi.tw'V arc any, Martin ltrcnnan, the rSSfiJifcKinlcy and Secretary Alger several man, threw up his arms und 'days upo. Secretary Alger was at the them, as if to say there wero no pas- white house for some time Monday sengers, so the local put on steam and nfternoon. Ho stateil in the most emheaded round the curve, going atabdut phatic terms that no alarming1 news 25 miles un hour. There were only four has come from Gen. Otis and that he passengers on the local. did not believe a shot had been fired so In tho otb of the excursion train far, or that one would be fired. He is was James Prendergast, the engineer, confident that Gen. Miller will be with his fireman, (Jeorgc Cheshire. ablo to handle the situation successThey saw the local as it started on the fully and obtain control of Iloilo curve. With shrieking whistle and without bloodshed. He is of the brakes grinding sparks from tho opinion that the insurgents have been wheels the excursion train bore down so long imposed upon that they arc to what seemed certain destruction. naturally suspicious and fear the The passengers, alarmed at tho con- worst if they surrender their strongtinued whistle, opened tho win- holds Into the hands of the United dows; mothers snatched their States. children in their arms; men The policy to be adopted now is a started from their scuts, but gcntlo one. Persuasion will be used before they had time to find out what before powder. That will be the last was the matter they were hurled head- resort, and Secretary Alger is optimislong, knocked senseless and many tic in his views that it will never be killed outright. Tho two cntrines. necessary. The president, it is said, from which both crews had jumped,' also views the situation in a similarly came together with an awful crush.' hopeful manner. lie believes that The excursion train was probably go- tho Filipinos will become less ing at about 15 miles an hour. Tho suspicious when they understand more local engine, us if tripped in its fully the intentions of this country. fuster flight, turned u complete somcr-Miu- lt Ho believes that careful work on the and came crashing down beside part of prudent otllcials will convince Its now demolished obstruction. Hut tho Filipinos of the earnestness of the its career wus not ended before It had United States and of the purpose of jammed the tender of tho excursion this govci iimcnt to protect their lives train almost from one end to the other and jjiopcrty. of the first car from Shamokin. Manila, Inn. 10.- - The situation is Tlio tender stopped a few scuts from rapidly approaching a climax and it is the rear door. Tho car or what was just possible that Tuesday will see a left of it, rolled over, carrying with it peaceful solution. tho imbedded tender, tho fragments of Meanwhile all sorts of alarmist rua doen bodies and tlio imprisoned mors are in circulation. The United wounded, who had been carried with States authorities are taking every the jagged iron on its relentless coursd precaution; the troops in quarters are through tho coach. tinder arms and the Californians have It wus in the first car of tho excur- disembarked ftom the transports. sion train that nil the deaths and most The natives, it is reported, hare of the casualties occurred. Tlio other been ordered not to work for the cars, though their occupants were bad- Americans and the employes in the ly shaken, stayed on tho track anil commissary department have gone on were in condition to bo hauled off. a strike. .Many natives ure leaving the The baggage ear in front of the local city. train was rather budly smashed up. Maj. Gen. Otis however, has the The Heruld Tuesday morning says whole situation thoroughly in hand. that five of those wounded in the Lehigh raihond collfsion ut Dunollcn, ONLY ONE MtMBElTlS LEFT. X. J., died during tho night, making Dr. Jlliiiieiini Hint 1'uur ut UK l'.imllj-- IHo tho totul dead IS. n, atti-tttdec- if .'cKr. AVASIIlNnTAV and TRUST COMPANY,' Bask. By provision oi Hs chatter, depositors are as fully protected as an depositors in National Banks, its shareholders, being held indiyidnall liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par valiM thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares) It may oof an Executor, Administrator, Trustea or Receiver, as aa ladividual, Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Stanr. ford. Kentucky. December 3it 1806. RESOURCES! NotMond Bills Other Stocks and Bonds .?. , Overdrafts from Bank! Eus House and Fixtures I302.fll5.21 1.00S.82 4.202.41 4(3,239.20 I LIABILITIES: Capital Stock Surplus Fund Individual Deposits Due to Banks 1200,000.01 19,433.41 155,6(54.01 Cub 6,400.00 23.SC3.20 13S7.015.DO I2.0t3.41 I337,M3. w DIRECTORS: J. J. Williams, Mt Vernon. J. S. Owsley, Stanford. J. B. Owsley, Stanford William Gooch, Stanford. S. II. Shanks, Stanford. . ) m J. Embry, Stanford. J. 1'. Cash, Stanford. A. W. Carpenter, Stanford. S. J. E. Lynn, Stanford. J. N. Mcncfec, Stanford. W. II. Cummins, Lincoln County. m ;H a H. SHANKS, lWe ;ir solicit all having business in bank to call or write ns, an they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSIY, Cashier President. J, B. OWSLEY, Oashle W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. fl BUSINESS EDl!6flTI0N Is absolutely necessary to the younir man or young woman who would win success In life. This being conceded, it is of the first importanco to get your training at the school that stands in the very frpnt tank tho , r:s 4 V V &. Jut baritRtSprff senses -- itBiz iirurAt!ii "LLKik Bryant & Stratton Business College, 'LOUISVILLE, KY., V & xBoo7c7ekepinffn imi 4smi itM i M ..!VJ iiKt cent positions all over the United States It will be mailed FKEB. Write for beautiful book giTing testimonials irom graduates occupying promt fl "J Druggists and Pharmacists. n' M C. & D.N. Mt first-clas- s WILLIAMS Vernon, Ky. (EH 'X We carry Drugs, Chemicals, Paints. Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancy Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &e. Prescrip- Mb tions carefully compounded at all hours. GNe us a call ior goods usually kept in a drugstore- - lap eEIJS3SSSESS2S3e First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Capital Stock $200,000. Surplus .$23,100 "DIRECTORS" 1, W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, P. ReM 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 of 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. y, S. HOCKER, Pre JNO. J, McROBERTSw Caahic WENT OVER A EMBANKMENT. of l'lieuiiiiiiila Ht MuiriipolW. III., In I.snn Til in Tliren M Belt". GO TO Traction Cur enlisting Accident, Ithaca, X. Y., Jan. 10. As a result of a coasting nceltlunt on Univcrhity hill. li.,Trautschold, of Mont Ctafr, X. J., E. (1. Starr, of San iVranclsco. unci 12. D. Ray, of Chicago, nil Cornell (.Indents, wero seriously injured and are now in Cornell infirmary. Traut-sehol- d sustained concussion of tho brain and his recovery is not certain. The condition of tho other two students Is favorable. itittseHblHitut! Toppled Over SiotH Uft4 amt Several I'tiRMBiicf r Wro ISurnetl. It cmi - U.im I'lTTSiiuuaii, Jan. 10. A Monongtiht'la unmanatreublo to the naval appropriation bill appto-prlatin- g traction car became S'J.000,000 to pay tho officers near Duriucsnc, Pa., Monday and went and men of the navy and murine corps over a 25 foot embankment near l.in tho bounty or other allowances duo hlri bricljre. When the car toppled over them under Section 4,(135 of tho He the htove upset arid several pnbsenirers Those seriously hurt vised Statt'tcs for tho capture or de- werc'burne'd. struction of ships or vessels of wai were: Charles McC'ulloufrh, conductor, W. .). Dailey, Mrs. W. J. Dallcy. Peter. during the war with Spaia, ' ' Ludi, Auton Until Monday offered un amendment Washington, Jnn. Senator Oal-llng- cr Mktiioi'Oi.ir. Ill . Jan. 10. December Dr. II. Y. Mangam, a prominent litlzcnof this county, died of pneumonia, 21 hours4later hin daughter Lucy died; three dayu later his wlfo 'also died, nnd tho youngest son, Sam, was buried the following word day. ovening Monday reached here that the only remaining member of tho family, the grandmother, Mrs. Worlcy, is nlso dead. All have died from the sani ! disease, pneumonia. A married son who lives 'ln Johnson county Is the only one left. COth. JONAS McKENZIE For Everything in Dru Gooas, Giotnina, Boots ana snoes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at Living Price UOKMRD4TftT?7 WAOTiu-iW"""' v .'trtsut c jnnnawo SS2ZZSSX SKI'S! Mt. Vernon w i Jt; Signal 13, 1899- - J Friday, Jan y p-il- Published every Friday by AMES MARET. INSCRIPTION ON YKAk subjecting themselves to our con trol and management should in th least disturb our expansionist: Thi phase of the situation ough not to have been unanticipated n the incidents uatura'.lv growing of it overlooked. The remedy is o 11 GREENBACKS orgGovernment Money. treVappcarcd in'the London Times t.ie following : " If that nutfehicvous financial policy which had ib origin in the North mr-- n Kepupiic uurmg 111c Civil Wrr in that country, should bc- C0Ju. ill(uuted down to a fixture, then- - that government will furnish its money without cost. It will have all the money that is necessary to carry its traUc and commerce. It will AFclosc of our Civil War in 1865, Wiliams' STORE Is Going to bo Headquarters for. Xinas Ixifta. $I.OO The tnisguidtc. inhabitants of our annexed tern vious and simple. ." dv:i'iising-raie- s 11 made known on application ; ; -tr A t Louisville pastor says the iirst surgical operation was performed on Adam for tne removal of a rib. But was the operation a success? THE tales of woe for the United States in the Philippines all come by way of Paris and Madrid, two places which have for a year looked with sorrow on the awful fix this country has gotten into. toiy who prefet something different from the plan for their coiitr..,' which we propose or oppose our d signs in their behalf should slaughtered. The killing of native P" has been a feature of expansion since expansion uegati, and 0111 imperialistic enthusiasm should no be checked by the prospective of destroying a few thous and or a few huudred thousand Filipinos. This should only be regarded as one stage in a trail scendently great movement, a mere incident in its progress. Of course, some unprepared souls would then be lost before we had the opportuni ty of christianizing them, but bi'.re-l- y those of our clergymen whe 1skc. 1 . ic , j .on becomeprosperous beyond precedent Yesr, Robt Cox trill iatne history 01 civiuzea nations ui the world. The brain and wealth of a good suit at $4 to $7. all countries will go to North America. THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DESTROY EVERY MONARCHY ON Come and see before buying elsewhere. Albtihns, Piot- uro Frames, Medallions. Wall pockets, Comb and Brush Sets, Manicure oets, Music Boxes; Glove and Han Ikerchiol Boxes, Mirrors, Ink Stands, Dolls, China Goods such as Salid Dishes, Cake Plates &c. sell your A FULL, JL1NE OF NICE JEWELRY. A splendid Hue OVERCOATS of THIS GLOBE." Toys ot all kinas. nice Christmas - oads at Low prices of Silverware, Cake Stands, Cracler Bowls A full line of Books Give us a call aud get some I ) tjT V- - ' Rats n:st decides a law suit." man in the Palouse country, Oregon, lost his ranch in a contest case because a nest containing a large WILD IK. family of mice was found in his bed. It proved conclusively that he had Dr. Lucas, dentist, stopped at not occupied the ranch according to Hotel Wildie a few days last week law. Two of John Griffith's boys, of Tiik War Department has made Ford, are visiting their grandfather publi: the synopsis of the report of J. F. Butner, at this place. Col. G. A. Waring, who was sent Prof. Bbillips began school here to Havana to investigate sanitary January 2nd. The Prol. is an ex conditions. He describes the city cellent teacher and has a good as offensively and dangerously school. and estimates that $10,000,-00- 0 Tandy Smith, who has been runwill be needed to put it in sanitary condition. This work, he ning a pump at Silver Creek, was says, must be done by June 1, or up to see home folks Sunday. yellow fever will be rife next L. T. Stewart went to Mansfield, Ohio, last week on business perLumtaining to the Carter-Man- n Senator Edmund? has written a ber Co. newspaper article on the Philippine child of Billy The question. It covers less thau three Coffey died of croup on last Friday columns, double leaded, He apol- night. ogizes at the close for not having A vnnnc Mr. PnffVv. Intelv of been able to give the" snbject full Texas, and brother to'rfsS'TfiSiHisi' consideration in a newspaper or magazine article; but he has ac- of this place, died of pneumonia, complished more thau he could after only four days' illness. H. Blazer & Co. have moved have done in a speech in the Senate. He boiled down the. subject. He their saw mill from Lee Coffey's to got clown to the naked facts and Boone's Gap, where they have arguments, and cut the fog out uurchased a tract of timber of Mr. Edmunds should edit nil the 300,000 feel. time, rather than orate L. C. Smith was here Saturday. Born to the wife of Jack Baufle, The suRar war is still going on, on December 23, a boy. and the losses to the American B. C. Richardson, of Conway, Sugar Refining Company and its rivals, the Arbuckles, Mollenhauer was here Thursday last. and Dischers. are growing into 'Squire Henry Brinnatnan killed millions. Dealers throughout the a wild cat last v2ek that he says country who have suffered from w6s the largest he ever saw. It the trust's exactions for so many weighed 20 pounds. years are throwing all their busiJoe Smith, of Valley view, was ness to the concerns. Smith, at At the present time the Arbuckles visiting bis father. John week. and Doschers are underselling the this place last Tim Haves aud Heury Brauna- American Sugar refining Company of a cent per pound man say they don't believe Bill on granulated and cent Woods made 1,000 bushels of corn. They say that either of them made pf.r pound en soft sugars. un-clea- u, done so much to encourage expanA sion could manage that difficulty.' The famous Hazzard circular, to at $5 to $7. capitalists m New York, and the Buell Bank circular to United States BankSee his line ers, both emanating from London, and the fabulous corruption fund raised in England and Germany, estimated at GOODS. $1,500,000, were the agents that secured the closing of our mints against silver. The "walk into my parlor" policy of- - England, during and since the Spanish the latest evidence oP English Diplomacy in shaping the destiny of the United States Govern-ment,- ., War, is SHOES DRY M.C.&D. N. Willi; ms. DAVIS & SO N Come to sec us. Wi.ll sell you honest goods at lair nrices ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. GROCERIES, Hotel Frith BrodHead, Ky General Merchandise Of DEALERS'IN .Notwlthjtanding the famine price of wheat, the Spanish War, and F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Located at the Depotg$g?c of money by our government during the past year, gold has inqreased in value eleven percent, Livery Attaehed Good and ajl other values decreased in the Meet all Trains, Day aud Night. same proportion. For a thorough s understanding of Trayeltng Men and Railroad the money question, or sil,verA issue, men Solicited. Will fur the Cincinnati Enquirer has,uniformly lunches for all trains. given evidence of its ability to teach, explain and produce all facts and truth. It is a paper that ought and; can be read by all duces irithpltfl V.JLU. JLVJLcllLL CL11U JJUILll OLO MT. VERNON, KY. Brodhead Marble Works W. H. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR. JtANUl'ACTURKR AND Dl'AU'R IN ure and profit. Skin BiseaseSo LauragAt any rate, the women who never hy 1 am one kied ' sea-So- u. Fiora-n'not put it t !.t son is one ot tne men wn kissed y.ou' berlain's Eye aud Skin Ointment is without an equal. It relieves the itching and smarting almost instantly and H its continued nao effects a permanent itch, I. also cure itch, never cure. head, soro nipples, barber's piles, scald itching chnpped hands, chronic core eyes nnd n. Hob-so- For of tetter, tho apeedy mnd jerinanent cur of salt rhenm and eczemn, Cham- rVIorinuments and Tomb Stones. i;vanulnted lids, r two-year-o- ld t. GREEN FRONT TiiragJRAR Giki. This custom Dr. CadT'j Condition PoTrdors for of throwing rjee at a newly wedded ioraeo are the boBt tonic, blood pnrifiei r.nd vermifuge. Price, 23cnta. Soldby C3Uj)lMM&.' .idiotic. The Savage would 'Jmt. hfich more annoprutc. -- XooD ru n Store gpdtexj&cyc ' To- Fok $ 1 y rl 1 W I? V . inr iti WANTED SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES. 30 inches', long, all white C grade or better, $12 per m, 2x2, 30 inches long, red, $6) Is the place to buy Drugs, Patent ' Medicines, 1 Yz mile I went town, 45 .icre-- i 5 rooiji- - of 5S acres cultivation. House of Good 2x2, also out building Jewelry, Stationery, Cigarn kuuI O w jr. A baccos, Paints and Oils; in when in town. Call 0 (A water nnd'orchard. anti-tru- st per 28 inches long, white $6 4 To thelpublic. We aie author per m. i.ed in guarantee every bottle of Do " " red $4 Chamberlnin's Cough Remedy and per in. if not .satisfactory to reluud the SINGLE TREE BILLETS. money to the purchaser. There is no better lifctliciuei.iac'e for la grip38 inches,, I6ng white, pe, cold- and whooping cough. $16 per m. Price, 25 and 50c per bottle. Try it. To be delivered at any 4tation Sold by M C & D N Willia;ns, Mt. on K. D of L. & N. or K. C. Vernon, Ky. division, will cull once every tw weeks. L. L. Jarrutt, Iuspectcr. Go to Bob Cox s to buy your Brodhead, Ky. groceries and dry goods i ' Mrs. L. McFerron ixij. 111. a. p c. Oil a DAVIS rer & CO - 2x3, m . 1 ji. s.. vj V LOUfSVILLE DISPATCH and SIGNAL This is the official Democratic pa- - AV $3G3eD!CiJJ CC - one-sixteen- one-eight- h that much. Stitk Senator Menick, in placing ne name of Boss Quay before the Republican caucus as a canORLANDO. Oh, how good candy is when you buy a't S. W. Davis'. Willis. Griffifc ifV: 4.'i.L( - .1 i j Hay. No. I'Timothy baled hay for PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER? andr-- v sale. Orders filledpromptly by A, didate for Seuator, said, "I will FUNURAT, DlRKGTOR. . H 'Baston. Crab Orchad. Write nam: to you a man whose name is Mt. Vernon for prices. Kentucky Geo Johnson was in t f Ait. Vernon, known nov. only to us, but is fa- Tuesday. miliar in every town and hamlet Clies Payne has moved to Saxton, from the Canadian boundary to the La Grippe Successfully Treated. Ky. Pacific." As a man who is trying ,'I have just recovered from the to keep out of prison and at the second attack of la grippe thi. Tip Langford has moved into same time to be United town and occupies ihe JFish prop- year," says, Mr. Jas. A. Jones, pub- States Senator, Boss Quay's name erty near the depot. isher of the Leader, Mexia, Texas does bid fair to ring down the cent"In the latter case I used ChamberH. C. Thompson, of East Bern- - lain's Cough' Remedy, and I think uries, but how much happier he Keeps Coffins, Caskets, Robes, would be if his name aud what it stadt, has been here looking after with cousderable success, oniy be- Linen Bosoms, Cuffs, and Collars. stands for were not so well known, the coal fields on brush creek, It ng in bed a little over two days Can furnish Metallic Caskets and now looks ery much like a branch against even in Pennsylvania. ten days for the former at have Embalming done on short road will be built some 4 or 5 tack. The second attack I am satismiles up the creeK in tne near fied would have been equally as bad notice and easy terms. Orders by Cleveland, in reply telegraph or telephone promptly future. as the first but for the use of this to the request of a representative atteiaded to day or night. Dr. Childress will go to Louis- remedy as I had togo to bed in of the Associated Press for an exsix hours after being 'struck, ville to atteud lectures about Febpression on the question of expanwith it, while in the first case I was sion and annexation said: "I do ruary 1st. The Doctor has built When Your Horse Is Shod By not.CAre to repeat my views con- up a good practice and tvill be able to attend to business about two days before getting down. TAYLOR cerning the prevailing epidemic missed when he is gone. For sale at Williams' Drug-stor6f imperialism and tciritorial exThe Cove Branch Debating Sopansion. Assuming, however, that ciety is innnence, if you go once my ideas on the subject are anti You liow have to pay him the you will attend regularly. quated, and unstated to these pro-I Cash. He says if you see him nixl. "rtllA .uuhiu.1 uauj to gressive days, it is a matter of surumuit lTf.11l.4C' 11 It vtij anil drunk this year you may know For Infants and Children. ' ofcer-tni- n nt this writing, prise tame that the refus-aThe Kind You Nave Always Bought some one has asked hitri to shoe a natives of our new possessions hoise on credit. Credit will starve W. M. Lovell's child is much Boars tho o acquiesce in the beneficence of a man to death. improved. nt ut TOM MhkCIAL year. . ' s. rS q.- s$pd$3d& Tbw. Lots . ' tvivinerBtoh ''r and Dwelling Depot, THO'S e. Blacksmith, Inth'e'most desirable' Part of Town near them, ''- Houses: 1 .. CASTOR A 6t&yy. call and see l Wm. FIELDS Signature of ro ' &&! j6 5S5 S?ff f R- " " """! EFH35 Geo. Johnsou, the gentlemanly merchant was here on Tuesday For the best assortment of candMt. Tsrkk, Ky., Jan. 13, 899. lost from, Orlando. ies go to S. W.' D'ayis' in basement. A board fell from a roof on the .. . itc-Inre4attlit lit. Ycrnta, ; a mxur head of Lee Coffey child and ,$pu wilhfind all kinc's of fresh painfnlly injured it. cnndy niad? daily at S. V. Davis' '.Ckr (.!! J. G. Frith's mail J& .burdened u basf.tr .en t brick hotel. with inquiries asking what hip I. ', - ,...ft ... ' ,; -. r,- -,S ' ideas are asto Uiustc. or near jM.WW?oriu. . Pit-oMc! Mt Vernon Signal Overcoats for $5 at Robt Cox. Fine assortment of Shoes, Robert Cox. at Yes we've got 'em? C. C. Davis & Co. Pay your dues loSignal. Professional Cards. D. D. S., Ttf. Paints And Oas at Davis & Co. C. -- I am somewhat in '- n. the position of the drummer who came out of the Miller Hotel last DENTST, Finest grades of tobacco and cigars at the drugstoie of C. C. N W Cor. Third aud Chestnut Si the Davis & Co. LOUISVILLE. KY. All kinds of fruit ana fancy gro-ceries at S. W.' Davis' cheap as the cheapest. You cau rent office rooms tand family rooms from S. W. Davis '"in the brick opposite .Court .House C For a good slfave aud hair cut call at my shop. D. S. Purdo"m ,"i P. A.Pennington, LOUISVILLE & NAIHVILLE R. R. CO. N. LOCA.L TIME CARD.' John Clark, Cleveland, Minn., Day Mail North 11:37 a '" in renewing his subscription' to Da Mail South .. 2:27 p m signal, says: . vojon't- stop my Night Ex. North 1:32 am paper.", iflgktEx. South...; 1:48 am A ' telephone office has been J. A. Landrum, Agent. opened at Bastinville on Otten- heim road four miles from Crab ,. CHURCHES. Cfcrutlan lloldi ienricei lstk3ri Bundfty. Orchard. tlta.w. and at 6: JO p.m. The ladies of the Christian church will give an entertainment rreabytcrian rlolda ierrlesi on tht 4th at the Court House, Monday eve8amday ning. Jan. 30th. - hSt The Greem Front drug store has vvuuie. ageu iuj uiea.on changed of its ''ad". See the 3rd inst.f Slifife said to ' be v. count J ' the oldest woman it hualiother column. pr"-s, tlitf-for' I need what you, owe me and hope you will notpostpoiie further the payment of your account. 'This means you if 'you owe1 me: Cleo Brown. Products of the farm of the Polly Hiatt place, sold on January nth at Administrator's sale, brought the following prices: Corn in crib, $3.50 to $7.50 $1 to $r.io,-fHay, Chtlrch Saturday night Services on the Second and Snnday. Buuday Bchnolat 0 n la eTery Sunday. Prayer nettlog Turtday nislit. Key. J C l, Car-miea- BaptUt putor. MASONIC. Ashland Loilo Xu S40 Jay meets 2rd Hon- - 10 Am. Gooch Wells was given 100 days for taking out and dividing jugs ot The Chautauqua Circle met with whisky. He yet has four more Rev. and Mrs Scroggs on last Fricases against him. day night. Miss Anderson jbeqame Being pelted with dollar bills and a.working member a&d Messrs. dodging them is about as wise as Tom Stewait, Will McClar and passing Grant Baker's big store to Jim Brooks became associate memget your cbthing. bers. ' pel stack; oats 80 cents per bundles. 100 LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. Robert Cox. Grant Baker. Best shoes at Robt Cox's. Mrs. Dr. M. Pennington is some better. Andy Baker is still confined to .his roo'm. Miss Ella Joplin's school Las a gooci attendance. Miss Sympson, ; of Pine Hill, is visiting in town. Jim'Rickels says there is a large boy at his house. ,' Davit is. ready to pay the teachers. Miss Alma Brooks, of Wildic, is attending the College. Mrs Eugene fiifamni, of near Maretbu rg. died Weducsday Charles Lcchleiter is in from Louisville visiting home folks W, B. Smith has made application for a patent on a feed trough for poultry. It cad also be applied for feeding live stock. Judge Alcorn, one of the brightest legal lights that practices at this bar, was here this as well as last week taking depositions. Hugh Miller, of the Miller Hotel has added some new rigs to his liverj and is now prepared to accommodate the traveling public. Will Baker bought'jf Wm. Cox his gray horse team for $140. Mr B. will use them in. traveling in the Mountains for a clothing house. It is said that the big Watts steel plant at Middlcsboro, Ky., will resume operations at ducc, giving employment to seven hundred men A telegram from AiinistonAAla, announces the death of Bnrdine Wbitaker, a private, in; ttli Ky. Regiment. The remains will, (ar rive at Livingston to-da- appointed William Madison Griffin a deputy, and he wenfto work Wednesday morning. He .will make a hustling deputy. He was once elected constable of Livingston precinct when only 2 years '" old. Luck to you ' William. 1 Sheriff Catron has Mt. Vkrnon, Kt. All business entrusted to my will receive prompt attentil Write' to Mrs. Rosalind Nesbitt of'Mt. Vernon, Ky.for. a copy of Office on Second floor of newbr This is going to be a lively year her new aud popular song "Just on Church street. in State politics. The following are Sixteen." Price 25 cents per already announced as candidates copy.,, 2t and the convention is fully sir R. G. WILLIAMS, Fruits of all .kinds and fresh months off. bread at all timesj'' Call and see For Governor William Goebel, at-JLa- -" of Kenton: P. W. Hardin, of Mer. in the basemeuti opposite Court cer. and W. J. Stone, of Lyon. house i MT. VERNON. KY. For Lieut. H. NoTictf.l' I will pay cash for Hays, of Jefferson; William P. Betore Eggs Turkeys and Geese. Thome, of Henry, and J. C. W. selh'rtg'call arid get prices. Saturday. He said he saw so any pretty girls, coming and going in every direction, that he wished he had more eyes, so he could see them all. I've got so uianv good and pretty suits that we wish we had all this paper to talk about them in. We' ve got the goods and we've got the prices; so fotv that you can't match them unless yon shoulder the goods and go back to the Mills where they were made. Now, don't do like a few others have done buy elsewhere and in then come and say that you so much regret yon did not come to us first. Grant Bakkr lS. 'h. SURVEYOR Davi - Mt. Vcnon, EC. Also, an Ageut for Did you' ever eat any candy Tailors in the world. maud at S. W. Davis? He 'sells the largest sack you ever .aw for 5 the cents. To trade,Corbiu propd , Wanted. G. W. McCLURE,- - erty for a'-- second-hansaw mill outfit.'" Address, D. T. Chestnut Corbiu. Ky. Attroncy a.tL,a w,l Attoriiev Gov.-Tho- mas Bechbam. of Nelson. y. Mrs. Rosalind Nesbitt is visiting her parents at Ravcuwood. buying your clothing of Gujt L. T. Stewart, the lumber king, Baker. !j?" was here from Wildie, Monday. Thanking you for past patronage Fifteen were and soliciting the cpnthjuance of new students enrolled at the Institute this week, same, I'wish all a happy and prosMiss Rissa Thompson, of Pitts- perous New Year. Geo, Brown. burg, is visiting Mrs. J. Landflim. Married Ben Overby and Miss Miss Elizabeth Sympson, of Laura Hansel, daughter of the Pine Hill, is a student at the Colwidow Hansel, near Pine Hill, on lege. , Tanuary 5U1. Rcr. B. S. Davault ; Dr. E. J. Brown, of Stanford, officiated, is With us two 01 three times a T. B. l,ar. who bought the week' now. Mjss Anderson will teach classes Spradlin farm on Renfro's Creek, in physical cuhure and voice train moved to jt this week. We arc icg next week. glad to welcome him back to his Mrs. Wm. Poynter and grandson, old iieighbcrhood.' Bragg Thomsonare visiting in Two boys, aged 13 and 16, Garrard county. escaped from Gethscinane College, Crab Orchard has one of the yerp captured at Pine Hill, Tuesbest town marshals in the State in day afternoon by Marshal McClure arid the Marshal of New Haven, the person of J. A. Shannon. and taken back on night train. Circuit Clerk Griffin, as special r commissioner, heard testimony hi Remember, tfchat if your spectacle .,i the this week frames are broken aud not worth good, Good clothesare like good beef mending, and the' lenses are take them to S, C. Franklin at steaks; they stick 'to the ribs. That's the kind Grant Baker keeps Signal office; he has frames gold, ' '' Ji Ella May Saunders, of Liv- - gold filled, nickel and alaniinum,-tMiss put them rti. iugstou, was visiting fiiendfjf 'her?. Geo. C. Fish lost his house by : during the week. But little, fire Wednesday night. Mrt. Yeager is here to remain a if any. was" saved from the burning tnohth, whemshe will rejoin;-heirhouse. The family was not at husband who has go'hc to Oklaho-- " home when thefiretjecured. The ma to pick out a location. origin is not known. No Miss Ashford, who has been viEverybody sympathizes siting Mrs. Scroggs, returned to' with Mr. Fish in the loss of his She made home. Danville, Tuesday. many friends. Monday night, Dr. Brown corDon't pay ten dollars for a suit ralled about twenty of the faithful when you cau get the saine( goods, high steppers at Masonic Lodge b:an new, at Grant Baker's forjust and conferred a large number of about half. "side" degrees upon them. Many The two Spoonatnore children felt like boy.i again and prowho wre sent to poor house some nounced Doc a success in his ' time before Cnristmas, will be "work." Mullin.", ye scribe have taken to Louisville today and Grant Balrer-au. 'pktce'd hi Orphans' Home. v, cauie to rtfmelttber the occasion. 'Woods-Mullinsca- sa f -! insur-surance. Ex-Shert- ff d Thou shalt not steall But you may keep a good deal of the money you pay other merchants by R.Hagar, For Treasurer-Wilb- ur of Boyd; R. C. Ford, of Bell, and Gus W. Richardson , of Meade. For Supt. Public Instruction-Joh- n T. GaincJ, of Lonisville; G. Attkntion GknTlkmen. m111 of the Circuit W. Hickman, of McLean, and Tailor made rothes" at "hand me The called1 Jr.v ... .,.- M. Moore, of Ballaftl. 11. in; ui iiie 5111 John Court wiHltj down" prices' suits to order lrom Monday, (Jahjpiry 30), and run for $8.50 up pantaloons $2,50 up fit HUGH BRODHE'Aij). two weeks, ' ike regular February aud satisfaction guaranted ask to term followsupcginuing on 2nd A. E. Albright see samples. Monday. "i3thf month. There- Brodhead Ky. HEAnnTTAl 1 SPA1 Mrs. J. F. Watson and Miss Jen lore we will nave lour weeks or more of Courtj It appears that nie .ueynoias went 10 set mcir To Builders. J. W. Marler COMMERCIAL MEi the "Old Judge" is determined to uncle, Jesse Reynolds who is & Sons now have their mill on one dangerously ill. 71 at usrrorter all trail get his docket cleared." of the best sites in the county and Died Jack .Baker, son of the are fully prepared to cut bills to Simeon N. Davis, one of our best widow baker, this place, died on order on very short notice. Lumyoung men, has, been appointed January 9, of coMSumptiou. He ber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon and sworn in as deputy county sur- made a good confession some time if desired. Give us your i.rders and veyor and is now at woric. He is since aud ' was baptised by Rev. get prompt attention and the best PA a and 'accurate man Livingston. The family has the of Lumber. g in his profession and besides' sympathy of the tova. and comManufacturers a fine niatjimetitian, is a splenmunity. EVERYBODY LOOK. of Lime and brici did citizen, a uian whotfi the peoI am selling the S'ORer Sewing Ilieyalso furnish Lijhc, Bt Dan Holmau passed through ple could intrust with their highMachine on easy terms and keep all Stone, either quarry face looking out for stoek. est gift. He will be. heard from here kinds of sewing machine needles oil Orders p:oi,:lvfill ed some day in the business world. Mrs. M. E. Albright improves bands, shnttles, and everything slowly. that belongs to a sewing machine. WASHINGTON", Ti Jan. is kept busy Will send needles'.by mall to any M. s. W, H. Colyer 'Alg' - today (Special. W. A. OAKSONI I also clean and repair all kinds Fourth Kentucky, U. making wedding dresses. ordered the of machines. You can see me here S.V. mustered out atouce. This is Ever.y proj - " own-- r in town is W. M. Owen 4... notified to vhavelhis walk down by ver Saturday. r,i i v :i:..A Mt Vernon Ky nislon Ala. lhe, regiment will be rabrueiiy-is- t mustered out at thaVplace, but d Any information leading the to W. G. Proctor, of Quail was in man will be alio wed,travel pay" Mt. VeraoM and BrJ ec cf tl - old gold watch whiclj amounts to mots-tha- t jmileij tpvvu Monday. Keutucky. ' a' coil sv- , nb. u . . age and' so all will be brohght hotfle, Will be pleased t giye Prof 'Chandler, of Livingston, . it. Ja'iies Ki', at the government's expense. The, rfl'adeia business trip to our town om wrk. 3atiafretia $ ,Y'.e:v soiueveurs ago, will orders are to muster ,vout "imrnedi.-- . Monday. thankfully received and a suitbe ately,',' but this means abo.yten It is a large Mrs.vAr. K. McClary has a very able reward given. days. It is said other volutjee,r5. with name of "E. W. gold watch now in the South will be mnstftredi, had case of Pneumonia. Maret" scratched inside back of out soon unless reinforcementselrx-jtsSeiBake- r has returned to his case. "Railway Time Keeper" on neeaeu 111 cuua or cue ruiuppiuctiHF.7o3itai tfjiy, DRALKK IN dial; made by "M. Tobias, Liver-- A sufficient number of subscribers have been secured to justify the telephone company to establish an exchange at Livingsto'u. It will be placed as soon as the weather permits. Livingston is right in the fight for improvements and knows a good thing when seen. The extension to Lonckm and Manchester - " will be pusbedL NO JOKE. Graves, R. D. Collier, of Harrison: All riotes'a'nd accounts due W. June Gayle, of Owen, and Dr. F. Son not A. B. Davis or Davis c 'V. Philips, of Clay. paid. by the first of the yearwill be General-Ja- s. A. For Attorney Scott, of Franklin; R. F. Peak, of found in the hands of my regular W. A. B. Davis. Oldham, aud W.M. Smith, of Lous-vill- attorneys." of Madison; Gus B. Chenault, C. Coulter, of A. . Albright, BitdkcaJ no a r "" "' " Tmrurr "w Physician and Surgeon MT RNONt North aide Alain street ' Office e. R. For Secretary of Kel'.ar, of Nicholas, and C. B. Hill, of Clark. State-Gre- en C. C." WILLIAMS, Mrs Nesbitt Advertising pays. Aftnrnpv-at- -. I aui ,., ,. who recenly advertised her song columns of Vernon, "Just Sixteen" in the the Signal tells us that she has reB.umce on 2nd noor ot ceived ameng other orders one brick on Church street. St trom a reader of our paper as for attention given to collections; north as Michigan. ...., 1 Miller House pains-takin- g MT. VERNON LIME COM be-in- -- ad-res- s. painter nd Paper Hange -- . 11 .'-"- .) 1 , 1 TOM FERR her classes in a manner showing How to Prevent Pneumonia. both skill and experience. Las,t LYou are perhaps aware that pneu week, on Monday evening, a t re ception was given at the College af- monia always results from a cola or fording an opportunity for the from an attack ot la grippe. During few patrons and students to get ac- the epidemic ot la grippe a years ago when so many cases requainted with each other and the observstudents with the the teachers, es- sembles pneumomia, it was the attack was never followpecially Miss Anderson. The Lit- ed that erary Society met at 630 and rend- ed by that disease when Chamberused. It ered a very excellent program. lain's Cough Remedy was any tendency of cold After the hearty greetings of the counteracts danNew Year, a social hour was spent or la grippe to result in that is the best remwith games. At the close a bril- gerous disease. It liant contest had been secretly pre- edy n the world for bad colds and pared and nearly all took- - part. la grippe. Every bottle warranted. The prize wasrwon by Will Hend- For sale by M C. & D N Williams; erson. Mt Vernon, Ky. T H. Albright was at Kirksville pool." No questions asked if . Miss Anderson, the newteacncrvV; turned o Signal Ofpicit. cw ,rnllf1ni, w. College, has taken holdlclf '( I at the . - re-- . WHISKIES' WINES, &J NOTICE knowing themselves in- Fine whiskies at $2 ai To all debted to me by note or account, Owr Rookcastlo friends that I have no speical or 3JBaaoNE. '", will p!c- ficall in an and settle same by the first of the year. COURT CALENDAJ Nv, vgentleu.cn, as I have accomoCounty Court. Furt dated you in the past. I will look for you in at once for a settlement day m each Month. Quartkrly Court. Fil and as you know It takes woneyto run my business you must com day in January, April, Ji and settal the old account that I uctooer. Circuit Cuubt. SecoJ may be abl to acccomodate you day m February, Fourth in the future, otherwise I will in May and Third Mond teinber. not be able to do so. Yours Truly Mt. Vkrnon Pouch Third Monday in each u Jonas MciiKNzie ,1 - ROWLAND, i A Pry'T.' 'irr ' aaLP1 .1 TV lima ""W 7T1T1'BlWRPT"TOwi ill'Ti ''T -. hi p' ' " fPrv I "T - "-- -- W fVT 'y-wMw- - w wwiM -- lK in;;.:;afl 3hV ;ilpiJMj, fe llw ., Pains and Aches Of . . u I A. POLICEMAN PAINTED GREEN. A 'i i. il ls j :" "J 'saparllla, which neutralizes tlio acid In tlio blood. If you havo any symptoms of ... rhoiimaliHiu tako Hood's Sarsaiiarllla at " onco and do not wosto timonnd monuy on preparations. Tlio merit of unknown i Hood's Sarsaparilla is unquestioned audits i record of cures unequalled. liut this dhcaso Rhoumatlom Mako Countlooo Tlinunnnds Suffor. Is STATE NEWS PICKUPS. . . cared by irood' Sar- Servunt Ctrl' Lover Shorra Ancer at Her Discharge In a Peculiar Wny, .314.' Js9a 9 -a - 33'fl 33 95 3 3'3 3'S3 -3 S 3 fl S533a'fl - 93335 a'3a9a'9.a3'9 3i9' W - SI - CONFEDERATE VETERANS. Rejoliitltins Adopted Thanking President McKlnley for Utterances In Ills At. Innt;i Speech nnd Klaewhere. A PRETTY R0MAKCE.1v Wanderer, Who Was llelloved To lie Dend, Ilecomes Wealthy and Will Notv Care for Ills Illlnd Ilrother.' . d t la Amerlca'sOrcjlcst Medicine forrheuiaJtlsm. Hood's Pllla cure nil liver til. 25 cents. ft Hood's Sarsaparilla ilt'..' M rs.43yrj.i..r.-. Mii)iiLi:iioi!0, Ky., dun. 0. At a IlAitnoiisiiLiso, Ky., Jan. 0. Thirty meeting of the Henry M. Ashley biv- five years ago a penniless youtlifwnn-dcrcouac of Confederate veterans, tho folfrom bis father's homo inTthis FORCE OF HABIT. lowing resolutions were unanimously county and long ago was given 'up' for dead by his relatives, for all (then He Win Used to Stnnillnu In Street adopted: That wo extend our heartfelt thanks to searching for him was in vain.'0;ii Curs ninl He Grnlibed for our prcsIJent, Hon. William McICIulcy, for his by one his relatives passed?-ovethe Strap. noble nnd patriotic words uttered in his ' speeches nt Atlanta nnd other polcw during the river of death, until an ohl It vro. at tlio brother remained to tell .itlie his recent tour of tho south. icteption. 1. r llimbish-MimmikS- wed-din- e .Vw t People with tender feet uttered gro.ms here and there, and weak women would have fainted if there had been any hope tint fainting would have done the , 'J'lie crush was terrible. That this bivouac plcdno its heat v support to him In nil measures, that look to the upholding of the country and tho honor ot tlio old nag. 'j Ml'.- - anon Isurbank would make a frantic prab for something above his head, and then looked disappointed. I.unbett w.if lied him reach up half a nd then edged his way dozen times, through the rrowd to where his friend about. va bein? Jtut as 1ip pot there somebody gave a pomcwhcie, and the people lurch they do in crowds wherj to swav about there arc nervous or mischievous petson.3 who irisi'.t on pushing. Kuibink wis inmost carried off his feet, nnd lie made a frantic effort to grasp the that he had previously invU'ble cwletvored to lincl above his head.. "See heie. old man," exclaimed Lambert, "what are you trying to find up there?" Buibink give a start, as if he had just boon aroused from a trance, looked sheep-ishlat his ftiend. and then replied: "It's foil".' of habit. This crowd makes ma think, everv little while, that I'm in a 6trcet car, nnd, involuntarily, I reach for the strap, whenever the people begin to lurch." Cleveland Leader. a- - lcist ko"1-liver , 3. That we nro In no sense applicants for pension, that wobcllcvo tho manhood of the south can be mulntntncd without being put upon tho pension rolls. 4. But if the people of the north should magnanimous enough to put our poor upon tho pension payroll, we seo no reason why we should not accept 6. Wo rejolco that our common country is ruled by a man so broad minded and patriotic ns William MrKinlcy. We also rejolco that tho south tool; such an active part in the Into Spanish war, and we take especial pride In Joe Wheeler and ritzhugh Leo. His name is Duvall Bradley, who was a child when his brother left home. Duvall lias been,- - blind for many years, and tho charity, oi his neighbors supported him." ' Low week he received a letter from hi brother, John I'.radley, once a penniless wanderer, but now a wcalthx merchant of St. Louis. Hu bade lm blind brother come live with him the rest of h!s days, and Thursday morning ho .eft for the great western me tropolis. Over One Hundred Yenrg Old. Ky., Jan. 7; Mii:i.iivviLLi:, ' storj-- . pr Telephone Owi:x8iioito, Comptuy. She Wii.i Tnkliis No Clinnoes. The elevator in a huge down town iillico building hovered tor an instant at the tliml lloor, like an impatient and mgn.ttious bud, then, with a clung of the iion Bitot, llew upward and out of nislit. Tho fitieii from Sassafras Cross Itoads turned licicelv to his wife. ' W1i.it made ou hold me back, mother?" "Why, Kben Dilly, who are you talking to: won t jou stand there aim javrrnc! "Well, vou make me feel so fooliih." "Foolish, eh: Foolish! That's all tho thanks a woman cits for bcin carcfui. iou come down here to git your life insuted, dnin't yef "Cource I did." "Ye ain't done it yet, Iievyo?" "Ooin' to do it jest as soon as I kin git to that 'loventh lloor." "Yes! Well, when ya've done it ye can ride on all the elevators in creation if yo want to, but not till then." And the prudent wife beaan the low? and weary ahscnt of tho marble stairs, followed by her humble spouse. N. Y. Herald. fast-Hym- Ky., Jan. 10. The Green Itiver Telephone- and Telegraph Co. has been organized to construct a line from Owcnsboro to Henderson and .1. II. other points, with Hickman ns president and treasurer, and II. K. Cole as vice president and general manager. Articles of incor poration will be filed at once. Lumber MilW to Itvstinin. Ky,, Jan. 10. Lumber mills at Irvine, 1'ord and Valley View will resume operations at once, giving employment to a large number of hands. Hundreds of thousands of logs have been caught in the recent tide in the Kentucky river, enough to keep the mills running lor months. Iticii.Mo.M), 31i.t-rtousl- Hcifcrmaii, sr., the oldest resident of this county, died Vridny afternoon at the residence of As daughter, Mrs. Margaret O'Donnell, near this place, iiged 101 years. He was born in Ireland, but had lived hc;-- for the past He was very active all half century. liis life and ba'il only been alok for tile past week. He could easily threada needle and sew until confined to his bed a few duys ago. e John George Patterson loved a young woman named Hcrry. who worked for Dr. Eugene O. Ilachman, of 312 West Thirty-fourt- h street. New York. She was discharged two months ago, but Patterson did not know it. He used to e come every night and hang around the bouse, casting lover's glances at the windows. Finally he found out that bis sweetheart had been disHe apparently kept away charged. from tlie house thereafter, but his displeasure was made, abundantly manifest. The doctor's steps and areawny began to look nearly every morning like a garbage dump. Decayed fruit and icgetablcs and dead cats were nightly deposited in the men. Occasionally the doctor would find a fresh contof green paint on bis basement windows. Two weeks ngo Policeman Gtitnccbt was detailed to watch the doctor's house, nnd the other night he saw a man coming along the street with a paint pot. He sneaked Into the area of Dr. llachman's house and began work on windows. flutnecht the basement crept up on the- man nnd caught him. "You won't do any more painting," the officer cried. "Oh. I don't know," Patterson answered, and, swinging the pnlnt brush, which he still had In his hand, he brought It down on the officer's face. With that the fight began. When they got through the policeman was green and the man wis red, but the policeman was not green enough to let his prisoner go, nnd took him to the where be was identified as Miss Perry's former suitor. He was locked up. out-hid- pulsory. Hachelor A pair of scissors with one blado misting. Sleep The only satisfactory substitute for insomnia. Ilivdls One pointing with pride to what another views with alarm. Immune A man who has been married so long that he doesn't mind it. Woman A device that helps a man make a fool of himself. Flirt A girl who makes a fellow want to kiss her and then won't let him. Conceited The woman who dubs a man a woman hater just because he doesn't admire her. Autopsy A method employed by doctors to determine the nature of the patient's aillabor-paving Play Tho work we do that Devlotn Definition. in't com- coughing of nothing better to tear the lining of your throat and lungs. It is better than wet feet to cause bronchitis and Only keep it pneumonia. up long enough and you will succeed in rcducingyour weight, losing your appetite, bringing on a slow fever and making everything exactly right for the germs of consumption. Stop coughing and you will get well. ment. A Donlile Crop of Apple. On a Long Island farm is an apple tree which bore two crops of fruit the past year, and the farmers ate taking unusual intcicst in this peculiarity of natuie. Just ns much interest has been shown in llostcttcrVStom-nel- i Hitters, which has the peculiarity of curing djxncpsin, indigestion, constipation nnd blood' disordeis that other remcdicsi fail to benefit. In ehtonic cases it rarclv fails, and it cutcs whenever a cuic U pontile. girl grows careless and makes her appearance before her tcad in her kitohcn clothes, and with her hair uncombed. Then Love, in the man's heart, folds its tiled IMnds on its In cast and breathes its last. Atchison Globe. If the engagement lasts long enough, the When True l.oic ((nit. re in In (no SlnlcrlliicftH. "What made ou lose your place in the liner" "ltccausc I wasn't going to be kissed by the lieutenant right after he had smacked that odious, peppermint chewing Uagley girll" Cleveland Plain Dealer. Hom'h TIllMf Wc offer One Hundred Dollars Kewaid for any uu-- of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv II .ill's (Jdlarih Cure. V. J. Cheney & Co., Pi ops., Toledo, O. We, the tmderisigiied, have known 1 J Cheney for the last 15 yearn, nnd believe him perfectly honorable in all businch.s tratiMic-tion- s and liiiaucially nblc to carry out au obligations made by their firm West & Tnuix, Wholesale Diuggists, Toledo. O. AVnlding, Kinnnn & Marvin, Wholesale Diuggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Calauh Cute is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surfaces of tlie svsteni. Pi ice 7fc per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills aie the best. The fJcneral I have stood unmoved when shells weie bui sting round inc. Could you? The Actor Well, that would depend n great deal on the ago of the cgg3.- - Stray cures coughs of every kind. An ordinary cough disappears in a single night. The racking coughs of bronchitis arc soon completely mastered. And, if not too far along, the coughs of consumption are completely cured. Ask your druggist for one of QUEEN WILHELMINA. Thei Dr. Ayer's To Try Coal CouaplrHcr riiMii-onr- Motto. A New York merchant recently ndver- tiuod for hu office bov. The first lad that wen to try for the position was asked what HlH bin motto in life was. "The same ns yours, sir," answered tho puBti: "Ilmv do you know my motto?" asked the manager. "It tells you on the door, sir; it says nati Enquirer. The boy wan employed lad. at once. Cincin- - i j1 ing room." M'nntcd n Cyclornmn. Mm. K.itpursc You paint pictures to ilon't you? (in-.i- t Artist Yes, madam. "Well, I want a landscape with lots of doer and bucks, and quail, and partridges, and phcisants, and cattle, and sheep, and pi. and so on, j on know; and put a lake and an ocean in fresh and salt water, you know; and be sure to have plenty of fish swimming around, because it's for the din Iloston Clobc. or-(I- t, let New Tonn of an Old Question. "So you wish to marry my daughter?" "Yes. sir "Well, can you mpnort her in that condition of idleness to which she has always been accustomed?" Chicago Daily llecord. Never be at your place of business when per.-o- n wauth to borrow money of you, because if jou aie in you will be out, but if you aie out you will be in. Town and Country .Journal. n (if fa fct" That Queen Wilhelmina is determined not to be a simple figurehead in the government of the Netherlands has recently been evinced in numerous Instances. The officers of a prominent society of The Hague, haling occasion to submit a new constitution for roynl apMutilng. lluy proval, were counseled by a lawyer to HiciiMOM), Ky., Jan. 10. -- - Charles nduress themseles to the secretary of the ministry. As it is her majesty's Coffee, aged IS years, son of Mrs. D. eistom to daily inspect the business Coffee, of this cit;-- . is raytcriously defendants. before hsr cabinet and to confer with missing. Three weeks ago he wang her ministers, she Instructed the secreIlnb'tual Criminal Act Stauds. dered away from home, and nothing Fr.AXKFonT, Ky.. Jan. 9. The court lias been seen or hesrd of him since. of appeals decided that Hen llerndonly tary to return the document to the hoclety with the following notice for He is described as being four feet in of Fayette county, must serve a lift' publication: height, light hair and blue eyes. sentence in the penitentiary becau&d "It is the cprcscd wish of her majlllielmina, that all bus!- he has been convicted three times iff esty. Queen Twelve War in the l'enltrntl.iry. r.rss of importance nnd all requests for three separate crimes, the penalty i Humiehsok, Ky., Jan. 10. William shall be sent direct to her McUhce was tried at Calhoon on the cither case being a life sentence. all three together constituting V ,T i V . . charge of murder and given a sentence iuuiiwt:iiiuictiiii .4itii uci ouujLi.o iui of 12 years in the penitentiary. He has been termed "an habitual erim ' rest assured that all reasonable neti , . .. .. l l tr killed Sop Hall on Pond river last ma.!. iicrnuon s attorneys raised ttic Tions will receive bcr prompt considpoint that the statue providing a lift summer. eration. sentence for a third conviction wniun'' Ml letters aro to bear this simple A Stan Who Etctped With Morgan. f ndxress: 'To her majesty. Queen Ucxtox, Ky., Jan. 10. Joe Dausc, constitutional. II sh l'rice I'uut. living at Coldwater, Calloway county, "The secretary of the cabinet has Howling Uiikex, Ky.. Jan. 0. claims to be one of the men who esbeen instructed to return In future it Mayer, of Cincinnati, Thurs- nil letters and documents intended for caped from the Columbus penitentiary with John Morgan. He says he helped day, became the purchasers of SUO.Ooi the queen personally nnd not addressed of Warren coumv ns directed." to do the work. bonds. The price paid was 10(5 and Noti'cl St.illlon Sold. Paper Munnnils to Fool Hoodlums. Lkxi.no ro.v, Ky., .Tan. 10. The cele- crued interest, said to be the higher Bunches of bananas made of papier brated stallion Russell has been sold price paid for county bonds in thi: mache have been Introduced ns signs state for several years. by Messrs. A. II. and D. II. Morris, of on the wharves of New York, where the New York--, to J. E. Madden, of this depredations of hoodlumsare frequent. Died nt lhi A;e of 00 Ye.ir. city. Itusscll has won SS1.813.50 in Rakdstowx, Ky., Jau. 7. R. W. It I& proposed to add wooden peanuts races. Price of the sale private. Deats, aged 00 years, died at his resi for tho benefit of policemen nnd other friendly samplereof the stock in trade. Hi dence at Dcatsvillc of paralysis. Died of llttrt Disease. IlL'HbKi.i.viLi.!:, Ky., Jan. 10. Rod had a remarkable history, and wai THE MARKETS. Perry, a wealthy citizen, died sudden widely known and esteemed. He wai Cincinnati. Jan 10. a near relative of Andred McFall, the ly of heart disease Monday morning. LIVE STOCK Cattle, common. 00 ft 3 75 4 SO 4 10 He was as well as usual Sunday night noted Kentucky pioneer. His wife nnc Si'lccl bluchers. CALVi:s Fair toood hunt... 0 7A at a ua and attended church. Mr. Perry was several children survive him. 3 0) (ft 3 30 IIOUS Coarse and heavy Ky.. Jan. fiscal court Friday morning Judge Cantrill overruled the demurrer of defendants in the now noted conspiracy cases against the coal companies of the state capital. The cases will now bo tried and conviction and heavy fines are certain. This is the first case of this kind tried in the state. United' States Senator 'Lindsay represents the 7.In Cur. u ij; Vouns Sovereign Slakes It Her Custom to I'crnonnlly Inspect All Cnbluct Iliislucss and Petilions. Cherry Pectoral Plaster. It will old the action of the Cherry Pectoral. If you hsT nr rompUtnt itliat. erar nmt doilro thn t medical ndvlco ynu ran twmlhljr uhuin, write ui frrelr. Vou ulllrcreliea prompt replr that may bo of ctct nliia tnynu. Att.lri'.n. Ult. J. C. AYUIt, Mais. state It All Dcprnilcil. Stories. To Cure a Cold In One Hny Take 1ixative llromo Quinine Tablets.. All druggists i cfiind money If it fails to cm c. 'Joe "Of all my expectations in life," said the somber-vi.agcman, "I have realized only ortc; and that was the expectation that I should fail to realize the others." X. Y. .A. Sun. r m1 vnnr mlH ;: on a nostal and . ... hi Dropsy- treated free by Dr. II. II. Grcoti'i. w we will senu you our iso pane niua- - i Sons, of Atlanta, tin. i'ho gtcitcst diopsy jj trated catalogue free. S specialists in the world. Hcail their advertisement in uuothcr column of this pa)er, S WINCHESTER REPEATINQ ARMS CO., 3 JjJ 180 Winchester Ave., HEW HAVEIT, CONH.g "I always want introductions to longhaired men." "Why?" "I like to discover what subjects they are foolish on." C'hi cago Daily ltccord. d Smnll Rrnllznflnn. rZj j i te '"' n-- .nr id 1 Wc think Piso's Cure for Consumption is medicine for Coughs. Jennie Pinckard, Springlield, III., Oct. 1, 1801. tho only The Chinese actor never goes on tho (stage without his cue. Chicago Daily News. is Halo's Honey of $j0mj A Natural Black is Produced by Buckingham's DyeSi. four-per-cc- nt ar ae-,- Pleasant. Wholesome, Speedy, for coughs ilorehniind and Tar. Pike's Toothache Diops Cure hi one minute. i oo mauv maivc u gou out ui uic majority, Ham's Iforn. 50 ctl.cfdrutciiticr R.P.Hill t Co., Nilhui.N.H. WWWMM XT A captured ostrich always means n feather in somebody's cap. Chicago D.iilj News. a f rnnnli ajI (n n f 1iAna twll fl KRAUSERS' LIQUID EXTRACT OF SMOKE. Mid. from hickory wood. Chcsper, cleanor, w.eter, and anrflr than the old way. 8fnd ful circular, i:. KItALi:lI J IIIIU., Milton, !. The best efforts of the eh:iinnnker arc of toallmonlata caei. tioud tor. hooaOr. U. u. i.Uk.kJk'3 and IO day constantly being Sat upon. Golden Days. kos,uma,Ua Lrcutment I J'i-ee- nDf.D3VNEWDlscovlilY!l!lvM I qulckrellctandcurcawont U'ltU'liS worth S150.000. Dest-rtB-r !( c fas r G I 'i ' s '.Pi, M ' SJ '7.5..- - 3 -.- V 'A I .' Camitox, Ky.. Jan. 10.liird Ased IliRldent at Mtrcor County Dead. a member of the 1th Kentuck.i, IlAliitonsnunn, Ky., Jan. 10. Joshua under Capt. Rose, who had deserted' of Smalley, one of the oldest Success consif.ts in persuading- others to and fled to the Kentucky mountninv, take you at your own valuation. Town Mercer county, died Monday morning was arrested by Marshal li. eighty-nint- h year of his age. Topics. in the W. Drake and lodged in jail here. Silver Service for I he Kentucky. r'nuuil Oiitity i f .llurder. THEY WANT TO TELL Louisville, Ky., Jan. 10. About Sl,- MuxroniisviLi.K. Ivy., Jan. tha 000 was realized at a performance of case of Prof. J. W. McClure, Thoso Gratoful Womon Who Havo Terpsieborcs at MeAulcy's theater Mon- with Rev. Greogory Doyle indicted for the alday night for the fund to secure a Boon Holpod by Mrs. Fijikham. ilver service for the battle ship Ken leged murder of Miss Lydia Ilrachcr, tucky. Thrlo other performances will the jury Saturday returned a verdict Women who havo suffered &cvercly be given. after being out four hours, finding Mond been relieved of their ills by Wrs. cClure guilty of murder and fixing hi Charged Wltli Crlnilnnl Ass.iult. I'inkliam's advice and medicino are punishment at confinement in the penHiiXDKiiso.v, Ky., Jan. 10. On com constantly urging publication of their itentiary for life. The trial of Doylo statements for the benefit of other wo- plaint of Maria Tcrrill, William Miller, began Saturday morning. men. Here ore two such letters: a well known young colored barber, Mrs. Lizzie Hevew.y, 253 Merrimao now occupies a cell in the county jail, lie Will Kemuin hi .IInlli. St., Lowell, Mass., writes: charged with criminal assault, the vic Vkrsaillks, Ky., Jan. t). Drake C.' " It affords mo great pleasure to tell tim being the woman's Ruiley, a Versailles boy, who Is a mem- -' nil .suffering women of the bene fit I havo daughter Lena. bcr of tho 1st Colorado' infantry, I . s? from taking Lyilia E. I'rtik-lmni- 's received V now stationed in the Philippines,' Vegetable Compound. Icanbard-l- y Alytcrlous llurlnl. find words tocxpressiav gratitude for Cor.inx, Ky., Jan. 0. A fresh grave writes that he is so much pleased with'' wiiat she lias done forme. My troul.le was discovered in MeHnrgue cemetery business prospects at Manila that ho' was ulceration of tho womb. I was un- here Thursday. Investigation showed will locate there when ho is mustered' der tlio doctor's caro. Upon examina- it to contain a white baby buried in a out. His mother, Mrs. Sallio T. Ruiley tion ho found fifteen very largo ulcers, hardware box. The parentage Is un- of this place, is preparing to join her son there in the spring. but lie failed todo me good. 1 took sev- known. eral bottlcsof Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegei Ai;ed I'urU M in D Mil. Ctmrseil With IUiblilnc ii 1'nrnier. table Compound, also used the Sanative. Pauls, Ky., Jan. 7. (.corge Dykes, Hkmikkson, Ky., Jan. 7. Wm. Kist, Wash, and am cured. Mrs. Pinkham's aged &2, an esteemed citizen of Paris, tnevdicino saved my life, and I would a tailor, was indicted Friday for robrecommend it to all Bettering women." bing u farmer from Webster county of died Friday morning of pneumonia Mrs. Anot TnOMDLEAT, KHenburjrh STo at an illegal bouse. He has left. after an illness of two davs. Ctr N. Y.. writes: I inn Horses Have tho Grip. Candidate. took cold at tho timo myljaby LiiMNO-iox- , Li'.xixOTox.Ky., .Inn. 0. An epidemic Iy., Jan. (). Mr. C. jl.f was 'born, causing mo to havo milk legs, and was sick in Led for eight of grip has broken out to an alarming Nichols wi 1 become a candidate for weeks. Doctoru did mo no good. I extent among fine horses of this sec- democratic nomination ns representasurely tlmught I would dis. I was nl-s- o tion. Thoroughbreds especially are tive from Fayetto county in the licit troubled with falling of tho womb. buffering. Many valuable marcs ure legislature. Mr. Nichols is a prosrir-ou- s I could not cat, had faint bpells as dropping their foals on account of It. ' i('' farmer. Jy often as ten times a day. One day a fcsld rne of tho Hallway Inglne Ditched. lady camo to nco mo and t'ol. 1M 1'. alt'tirath Dead. benefit slio lmd derived from taking lli:xi)Ki;so.v, Ky., Jan. 0. The T. II. FitAXKFOitT, Ky., Jan. 0. Col. Ed if Lydia E. Pjnkliam's medicine, and ad- A St. L. Passenger train, due hero McGrath, of Covington, deputy warden vised mo to try it. I did so, and had from Louisville at 12:55 p. in., jumped taken only half a Lottie hefor-- I waa xho track at a switch connection. The of the Frankfort penitentiary, died at 1:S0 o'clock Sunday morningof Urightfs' able to sit in a chair. After taking could do my own work. .engine was ditched and is badly disease. He had been in failing health" Ihreo bottles I wrecked. No other damage was done. fer several months. X am now in perfect health. There is, after all, no manhoorncrjrnstbe one who m.inies his landlady In avoid paying his boaid bill. Atchison Ololw. Arrested. Mixed paclicrs Llulit shipper SHliKP.-Chofc- e ;i''I.OUK" Winter family OKA IN Wheat NoJ red, new No. 3 red Corn No. 2 mixed , Oats No. '.' Ttye No. 2 IIAV Prime to choice PROVISIONS-MISS LAMU 3 I!.') ( .1 15 3 :iv (if. 3 4", 75 3 :i) 5 00 U 41) W t;i (i. fd Or, 71 m 37 20 MI T fit, ".In Uird DUTTEK Cholco dairy Prlmo to cholco creamery.. APPLE4 Cholco to fancy.... VOTA'tOES-P- or bbl CHICAGO. PLOUR-Winter -- p rlc 8 O). fe8 10 & U 25 75 13 xor uuaais ana unuaren Bears The galg&' In USD (J. 5 2H 2.'W i.0 3 R0 1 40 3 40 (r. i oo 1 No. 3 Chicago hprllitf COKN-N- o. 2 No. 2 OAT. POIIK-M- ch GRAIN ' LARD patent Wheat-No. 3 red.. .. '. CI 3 50 M. 71 Signaturtyl u K steam NEW YORK. Winter patent No. 2 0 70 5 27 75 47ri'(t 6 60 4 & & & jSUBtajZfs jtSv.ifiJw JI j J$q sA w ff r CITY. For a Over Thlrlv Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TBttT, N (W YOUR ! THC CINTAUB COMPANY, TT MURMV FLOUR CORN 3 75 (S (ia 4 m II WIIEAT-N- o. RYE OATS Mixed PORK Now Mess LARD Western FLOUR-Fam- mixed..,, 2 red ,.... 43i (fll (ft 10 0f 00 10 25 5 60 33i "US L. & M. NATURAL LEAF PLUG CLIPPER PLUG CORNER STONE PLUG SLEDGE PLUG SLEDGE MIXTURE SMOKING si HALTIMOKE. URAIN Familv wheat. .. . Southern Wheat Corn Mixed Oats No. 2whlto Kvo No 2 Wctern.... CATTLE First n ualltv. . . HOGS Western INDIANAPOLIS.1 BRAIN Wheat No. 2. 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