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' .." !".?' t. - s6e&s 5e- t &g &&5 5 66 fe6 s s e&s6 - - - - - - - - &&g g & - - e .&&&& Se. ' (T TO INVESTIGATE FIUEOTf p EAGAN MAKES AN APOLOGY. STATE ODDS AND ENDS. B". A Commission To Be Ajlpnliiti'-TMl- Their nanus nnu sources of tho lMimpplnbgraBl '""'JLSy; ft Pr'esSN.e; The War Department Decides That Jltf Shall lie ,' ' " .Merrltt WIU Presldf J "' THE FARMERS BANK IL uia TRUST COMPANY, SacoMra Washington. . Sohurman, G of CornolLuniversftj, Jan. Washington' Jarl. IT. The partment has decidedto cburt-marti- ar de af A Hoser FOX-HUNTIN- COLONEL. MURDER IN LOUISVILLE. Clins. IIM 6' ( P. JiW y itM ISP -s - 1 it: r to w l r on a commission of five whl appointed to study the com t social problems of the Philir ? understood, that the o Bradley.iLnxfifdiox, Ky., Jnn. 10. Gov. Louisville, Ky., Jan. IS. Chhrlen is now flA nnmmiRslrm ivll Washington, Jan., rs Executor, Administrator, Trusts r Receiver, as an individual, li.c rf -has decided to Make Col. Rodger D. Williamson, a racehorse man and 'prostatement of Gen. Egan wiwi all'olf Dewey,' Gen. Otis, Col. Williams, of this city, the colonel of prietor of "The Mecca" saloon in jectionablo matter eliminated, was u. vv orcswtyw.vi Co., the . 2d regiment, Kentucky ptatc this city, was shot five times Thurs- and Prof. Ucnn of 'submitted to tho war investigating & Arbor unlversltV. ' 1 guards, Col. Williams is the well day at Fifth and Market streets by Ike si HM.rt commission Monday morning. 1896. rf fli fimnm jtaabnjai-Jknown fox hunter, and is one of the D. Smith, a gambler. Thrco bullets dcrstood,nlr It was accompanied by a letter of will be purely o&ftt fcSbnqw ofilccrs of the National Vox Hunters' passed through his body and he died RESOURCES! LIABILITIES: (hH.!ln1 t ...1.11. 1n iiyaiiiuunwa if 'iiiuiawiiiMll, iu ivuii;ii uuu. 1?nn.n1.na u puuucai um,uu, Notaaond Bills tSO2.015.2t Capital Stock 7R2 association. lie is u wnrm friend of without regaining consciousness at St. auu not ui t.lm mnririor&fnrid'hJtbltSlslfi ,a formal apology 'to the commission, .'...J200.000.01 tvlll Rtiulv 1,005.82 Other Stocks and Bonds 'Gov. Roosevelt, and that gentleman Joseph's infirmary, where he was taken 19,433.41 4.202.41 Surplus Fund apology Overdrafts Both the statement and the Filipinos, 46,239.20 Individual Deposits from Banlcs...... '. I53.B64.0t Immediately after the shooting. asked him td get up a company of were accepted by ta commission in Buo 6,400.00 House and Fixtures yu;yUft 12,013.4! 5,693.20 Due to Banks The shooting was the result of a tno country ana us commprcui for his rough riders in the Cult executive session. y 1387,043,00 v event ho failed to got enough men in quarrel oyer a small amount of money. WST.Wist vKx The following is the letter of Gen Williamson lived in New Albany .and the west. 'if Eagan to the commission As a hunter of big gamct Col. Wil- was possessed of considerable property "Gentlemen: I hnvo cfca honor to hand you DIRECTORS: liams is the equal of Gov. Roosevelt. having been ono of the heirs to a Philherewith my testimony, which Is now resub. J. J. Williams, Mt. Vornoru S. J. Embry, Stanford. They have hunted much Ipgethcr. and adelphia estate which was worth sev tnlttcd and revised In connection with the ylcws expressed by you In your letter to mo ol J. S. Owsley, Stanford. J. F. Cash, Stanford. was in the great west that they be- eral million dollars. it ylkli.t mmt January 13, 1899. B ,- J. B. Owsley, Stanford. A. W. Carpenter, Stanford. came acquainted. As a dog fancier William Gooch, Stanford. Th'tt Mysterious Wonnti nndJllcibrj W. H. Cummins, Lincoln County. JTI10 objectionable features and what Is con Col. Williams is well known all over 8lflercd Irrelevant matter by you in which B. H. Shanks, Stanford. J. E. Lynn, Stanford. Lkxixgtok, Ky., Jan. r3the union and in England. He importopinion I entirely agree, aro eliminated. In J. N. Mcnofec, Stanford. woman and tho baby! which filal f'ViiBss' -ed the first pair of Irish wolf hounds iBwia Jl'4 this connection I deslro to state that thoro was she deposited on tho roadside' in Paris never a thought or intention on my part ever brought to this countrj, and he one B. OWSLEY, CasMe of any disrespect whatsoever to your 8. H. SHANKS, President. has beon breeding bloodhounds for up cold night last week, have turned commission, but in explanation and in cxtcnu- Teller. W. M. again. This time the young woman : 'irl.?smk 4UUU VI U1U lUUKUUKU U3UU uy 1I1U imiekuiuiu, years. VPt3faci f ',.'? took her child to the Protestant infirmWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, an4 "W""?? C '5 ' beg to invito tho attention of tho commission they will receive prompt attention. fiwCi WAR, AGAINST SALOONISTS. ary and requested that it be cared for, I UViffiS VI. 'AJ U1U iULb LUUL t IIUVU UUUll UlXUSl'U JJl.lU' .A.it .. J. B. OWSIEY, Cashier j A fV.Si r. ' .. JfAtUft - or feeding tho eoldicrs with poisoned saying that she was unable to support , JACOKCBCHunM-AItTeinticraucu Spies Out On Their llccular it. Matron Gahring accepted the hilftin 'iiiifc.JWpMrin Virifaifftrrmt t PWf which made them sleU embalmed beef, Stincliiy ItnuiuM At Lexington anil VZ ?g called; th.it I have furnished meat to tho i child, and will Send it to the Found11 .,, ., 1 ;- j. ."Meet AVilh.Warm Keccptlons. army under tho 'pretense of experiment,' lings' homo in Louisville. Matron forthe:i4s4Vwhich, charge in effect is corruption and worso. Lnxixoiox, Ky., Jan. 10. The war Gahring' says she does not know the Tlic pr.si4cnt lias' . bpctqstou-sfcfcr- ' wjcauso it jeoparuizcu tno lives 01 soiuiorsscm w5iich has been bitterly waged be- woman. rx... some tfrnW fkpast to iiavQi?oinmjsfcip T tntrironiin tropical enmatos ana wno wcro pendcn on such food as- was sent themj tween temperance people and saloon lnfsirJfia,in;H-Kentucky l'osi mister. of this1 sol' men over the Sunday .closing law, culMoments havo' gono to tho Is absolutely necessary to tho young man or young woman who would win l5i'i,K Wasiiixgtox, Jan. la. The follow- could rely. tP af, thjfso .v&wtrt. 'wiQlO country .uncontradicted: that they havo bucccss in life. This being conceded, it is of tho first importanco to get your minated Sunday. Through tho evi- ing fourth-clas- s postmasters were com- mission is consiucreti. cjree. UenWrP,0!. WXmibHSliedrondl hiwe beon pill orlcd in (ho training at the school that stands in tho very front rank tho . . dence of Bible students, who acted as missioned ' for Kentucky Thursday A t I" . the standpoint, of eipcVW SRSTOiWS rwyrtho country ns a man wno ntui iea tne spies; the temperance people obtained Allcgrc,- Todd county, Alice Norman; Adm. Dewey; and Gen.M?U9 harcr of' Sroiy'&n poisoned meat and oorcuptly; that over 100 indictments against saloon-isi- s Dryhill, Leslie count', Ellen Wootcri; $oui;;jb'c'cbm& familig,rjitfth toany o for, about jhrec wccks.tlmo vhavo kept Bllcntmat i wjs ucoarrca. niter taii;before the last grand jury. Sun- Folsomdale, Graves county, G. T. War1 SatJtiaai sides othPhiiipj.! "(Tithhts hdnorablo secroteryfbf war, from day night spies started on. tr;i.T. t .... u ..r ford; High Knob, Jackson count-- , Ja- pr rik t erring, enarges." occauso tpi tno immunuy 1; Sunday rounds arid.mct with warm re- cob Gibbard; Maddog, Leslie county, y shted .''by- - tao- prpsidcnt to "witnesset ceptions.- They were badly beaten up Serena Wooten; Mcsscr, Knox county, ou VTOurcommission, . ; notivrtii-- ; B in somer places and clscwnero .were IlvaiapJiouJlessur;Kew,stcalX:hriiStian unreasonably bollovc ston&ur-nsnot known what county, V. K. Sailer; Ogle, Clay county, ant. Prof. Worcester has lived for liaffUbtmbn'Sr'uiat n is charges could 'to huveuny thit such monstrous will result. William Swoil'ord; Turnersvillc, Lin- years in the Philippines, hunted with other effect than to work upon an honorablo coln county, II. I). McClure. IJrnwn Not a CnnUWlitt. the wildest of tho Moros and Sulus, at- man in such a way as to goad him to a species Writo for beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupying promt but o v. Louis vii.t.R, Ky., Jan. 17. tended their tribal rites and studied of 'desperation, and that it was given natural, nc'nt positions all over tho United States It will bo mailed FKEE. 17 HelktiHp liecoiuri Colonel. him, to when tho proper opportunity was John Young Drown, in a card which Louisville, Ky., Jan. 18. Lieut. Col. the political economy of the islands at meet und rcfuto tho charges, that ho should he gave out MiJnday night, announced Dclknap, prominently mentioned as close range. He has written a book on characterize) them in har.-i- lunguugo and in C Ills withdrawal from the race for gov- the republican nominee for governor the Philippines which is considered a terms that are deemed improper, no matter ernor. This will bo a groat surprise in Kentucky, succeeds to tho command standard reference work, and recently whit tho provocJtlon. for politicians, since three days ago it of the 1st Kentucky volunteers, recent- ;ontributed an interesting series of ar- ."I therefore withdraw tho linguago and matter so objectionable und rosubmlt to was given out that ho would be a can- ly returned from Porto Rico. This is ticles on the Philippines to the Century yoi) my sworn statement with tho abiding didate for tho rcnomination. This due to the appointment of Col. Castle-ma- n magazine. President Schurman saidj faith that your commission, having all tho leaves the fight between Senator Win. to tho rank of brigadier general. the commission expected to sail for .facts before you, will dccldo the points atlssuo Very respectfully, Justly. Goebel and Gen. P. Wat Hardin. Druggists and Pharmacists. Manila about tho first of February. Col. Delkuap is popular with tho "Ciiahles P. Eagan, Stone is still a candidate, Ithaca. N. Y., Jan. 17. It was an"Commissary General." but is not figured in. nounced Monday night that the board Herald, in New Youk, Jan. llleh Water at I.iiuiwllle. ISulllnii Train .United. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 17. The river of trustees of Cornell university will a Wasfiington dispatch, says: "If Gen. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 17. Tho Unit- is still rising slowly and registers 59 appoint T. F. Crane, present dean of Eagan is it will not be ed States bullion train on the L. &, N., feet at the foot of the locks. The wa- the faculty of arts and sciences, to per- the first time he has had. to face with S'iSO.OOO in silver aboard, was ter has crept into the streets, running form tho duties of President J. G. on charges. While holdWe carrv Drugs, Chemicals, Palnta, halted by the accidental going out of a to the levee and has flooded some cel- Schurman during the hitter's absence ing the rank of captain commissary of Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancy in the Philippine islands. President subsistence he was tried in November, signal light near Lagrange. The lars and the first floors. Every preSoaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c Prescripguards rushed to arms, but the expect- caution is being taken by river men, Schurman's leave of absence will ex- 1877, by of which Lieut. tions carefully compounded at all hours. ed robbers did not appear. Tho train though they think the crest of the rise tend to January 1, 1900. Col. J. W. Wilkins was president. It Give us a call ior goods usually kept in a was en route from Philadelphia to Now will pass Monday. So far no damage was charged that,. although a disbursARRANGEMENTS COMPLETED. ing ofiiccr, he 'habitually bet at cards s drugstore- Orleans. has been done. Whitney Thoroughbreds Asphiilt lied Found. Iteceptlon of tho Hcmaln of Consrcsjnan for .large stakes.' In one of the specifications he was accused of losing 000, Lkxi.ngton, Ky., Jan. 17. Dlns;luy ut I.ewlslon, Mr. llurlal lu Moiiehead, Ky., Jan. 14. A largo Gfi3l and 'had failed up to November 15, 1877, Whitney's stud of thoroughbreds bed of asphalt lias been discovered in the Cemetery it Auburn. to pay the same.'" is now established at Hal P. lleadley's the northern end of Rowan county adLi:wi8TOS, ISIe., Jan. 17. Arrange"La Relic Farm." The GO broodmares joining Carter and near the C. & O. were taken there from Ashland on Sat- railroad. Specimens of the asphalt ments for the reception of the body of SANTIAGO MORPII ARRESTED. urday, and Mondayjmorning the cele- have been analyzed and tested, and Nelson A. Dingley when it comes fromi Ho Is Chnrsred With Obtiilnlnc 870,000 brated stallion Meddler, who is to be found to be of superior quality. A Washington Tuesday and for the serv- . From the Mx can National Il.iuk com"king of the harem," was taken to his company will bo formed at once to ices to be held here, have been on Forced sourltlo. pleted. The bod- - and the persons atnow home. work the mine. tending it will be brought from Boston Ni:v Ciu.KA'S, Jan. 17. Santiago A Verdict. Iilum- I.idlctinents ISeiurned. by a special train which will be met Morph was ' arretted here Monday Louisville, Ky., Jan. 17. A non1!5. FitANKFOitT, Ky., Jan. As a result by a committee of citizens night, He is charged with having ob- committal verdict was returned Mon- of the war upon vice, which Judge at Portland from Lcwi&ton. The body will lie in tained 370,000 from the Mexican na day by the coroner's jury at the in- Cantrill in his charge to the grand jury city hall Tuesday afterquest into the death of Charles Wil- alleged flourishes to an alarming ex- state in the, Wednesday morning at 10 tional bank on forged securities and noon and on .'.$200,000. $23,100. drafts in April last. He had been chief Surplus Capital Stock liamson, tho wealthy sporting man tent at the state capital, about 100 ino'clock the public funcr.il will be held. clerk in the bank for a number of who was shot by Ike Smith a few dictments were returned Thursday afWhen the train readies this city, the nights ago. One witness testified that ternoon. Nearly all of these aro local committee, with carriages, an es- years and the robbery was only discovthe shooting was in and against saloons for unlawful sale of cort of police and a military guard of ered after lc left. He came to America, 1 W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. ReH f jllowcd the races in New York and others that it was unprovoked. liquor and against gamblers. T. Harris, T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, honor from the grand army of the two was traced here. On tho race track cities, Lcwiston and Auburn, will be in ho was lenown as George Murphy, S. Hocker and M. J. Miller. Called. Love Feast Kciitnuky ISusrlnc:. J. Richmond, Ky., Jan". 11. As a result waiting. There will be IS police and owned horses and made a book at ToPaducah, Ky., Jan. 17. A love feast We solicit the accounts of the citizens ol Rockcastle and adjoininf of Kentucky republicans will bo held of the high waters in Cane Run tho 12 soldiers of the grand army, four ronto, New York, Louisville and other local places. He counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business of the each of this city is submerged from in Louisville January 20. A private lower portion went to San Francisco and call, signed by George D. and a number of families living in posts of that organization. Tho pro- was in the Ualdwin hotel fire, losing Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view Todd, of tho Falls City, has been re- Powell's Valley had to abandon their cession will proceed to the city hall, 52,000 there. He admitted his guilt to business relations, respectfully in.vited. ' ceived here. The meeting promises to homes Friday. The continuous rains the bells of both cities tolling mean- but threatens to niako trouble for othJNO. J. McROBERT Guhlc J. & HOCKER, of the past 24 hours have put nil tho while. The body will be placed in tho ers when he gets to Mexico. His peo-p- l bo well attended. streams on a rampage, while tho Ken- main hall in n largo catafalque. Then thero are very wealthy. nun cut off. the citizens will bo permitted to view tucky river is higher than for years. Ri:nto:t, Ky., Jan. 10. The waters in the body until 5 o'clock, when it will A SQUADRON OfTvOLUTION. Settled With Ills V.ueiuiri. this county continue to rise. Tho be taken to the Dingle3' home. The Louisvillk, Ky., Jan. 13. Jos. 15. funeral services will be held from the .Th War blilin Uenlcimtrd ! iho Jfavr streams are all out of their banks and Ramsey, county clerk at Winchester, Pine Street Congregational church, of doing considerable damage. The mails 'Jeimrlmriit to Mo roiil Under are cut off, carriers being unable to Kyf, has returned to his homo town which Mr. Dinglcy was a member. ComiiiHiiit of Ail ui. Siiiiimoii. ford tho swollen streams. after months of wandering and fleeing The interment will be at the cemetery Wasiiixoio.v, Jan. 17. The navy defrom justice. He had been in Tennes- In Auburn. He Will Loe III Uund. partment has designated the following see. He has settled with those deCatlettsijuro, Ky., Jan. 17. The frauded by the forgeries. It is not Kw Kleotrlo 1'roJrC war iihips to form the bquudron of evoson of James Walker, a believed ho will bo prosecuted. EvANSviM.if, Ind., Jan.J17;- - II. H lution which is to go south under 11 dairyman, had his hand badly lacerated Worrell, W. L. Cater and W. C. Hem of Adm. Sampson: FlagFlnnnelly Out for fttate Srnntor. in a steam cutting machine. Tho hand nings, of Dayton, O., are here for the ship Now York, Urooklyn, Indiana, Lexington, Ky., Jan. 13. Thomas A. purpose of will be amputated. building an electric road Flannelly, democratic editor of tho from Evansville to Rockport, Canncl-to- n l'cxas, Chicago, Newark, Machias. They will bo accompanied by the folCnndldate for CommlBilonrr. secretary of the Stato State News, and and Tell City, a distance of 40 lowing named colliers and supply Maybville, Ky., Jan. 17. Dr. J. M. Leagu,e of Retail Liquor dealers, has They have met with much en- ships: .. Frazce, in the legis- announced himself a candidate for miles. couragement from Evansville business Marcellus, Lebanon and Supply. The lature, Monday announced himself as state senator. His opponents are a democratic candidate for state comHobbs and Capt. W. IL men, and expert to begin constuction ships arc1 ordered to be at Havana prlflr by May 1. to tlo . Jst of February next. missioner of agrlcultore. May. D. William, of Lexington, Will Command the Second Krclincnt, Kentucky Stiitu Ounrdi. Wllllaimon, Race Ilnrin Man nnil Saloon, Keeper, Killed by I.co D. Smith', a Gambler. at the white house Monday wm On$ ...- - vw....w ...... tlio Tirosiflnrlf.. accepted he said that he had tnll-in-lf- Gen. li v of tho courtt whlehw41iti ' Aqjfe.ai Washington. Owing to the iihposjr art ssiiMityoi getting enough general ol- - . ItjI.'Movlslon ol its charter, depositors are as fully protected ncerSt tomako up tho entire detail, iepQ&itors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually 'thero will bo some officers, 'of junior liatile to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par value rank On the court- - (1j,j'-:- . fw' thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may ad EagAn. Gcn"JMemttvilisAe j president STANFORD. to ih Lincoln ational Bank. KY u QhnDn 'rSk.i 3"' 7 Condition the Farmer Bank and Trust ford. Kentucky. December 3it Stan Kcn-tuckia- ns thcmaterisourcjjf j(i3KS3.J.i' m tWWK&.mi Si J Wf Hi :- -'' - A ir s&m$eizj - J, BRIGHT, " Jt . J ii( ... X t.-- .i. 1 1 jrf T 5 A BUSINESS EDU6ATI0N & f t . . - Thofpcl-S(?nnSlf- J k j . - - Bryant Stratton Business College, n the-regula- r '-' - - poAfWlpr6lliT' Sicimrsrionimmf Wil i:i-Go- v. Ex-G- rcgl-imen- t. 17.--T- he court-martiale- d MC.& D.N, WILLIAMS Mt Vernon, Ky. court-martia- l, first-clas- Erl t.l - First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. -- DIRECTORS- self-defen- se a btri-iiri- or Pre. ! GO TO 1 JONAS McKENZIE For Everything in Dm Goofl8,ciotiiiDfl, Boots anosiioes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at Living Price VJ ".v ff I f "v f ?.WV ft' V. 1 " I (.. U V... TVj, 'WrflC - . - iw '- -- 'V ... ' ; V. v .:' - v I . t 4' i. t t . - i. '4. ' I V . . 4 3 tl inni VOLUME XIII. 4 raar1 I ffttwtt JANil&fe' ' ' Ill nit FARMERS' THE if MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE '(5bUffr Y, fcY., FRIDAY, ft i$9..V NUMBER 18. Jl, EAGAN T St TO INVESTIGATE - FILJE . . MAKES AN APOLOGY. I A STATE ODDS AND ENDS. FOX-HUNTIN- I A Cammlmlnti To lie Appointed TSP Their Habit, and thMjUtrrJUlMie-,- ource of the vmimtlnhiitf J-. 1 the I G COLONEL. MURDER IN LOUISVILLE. Clin. WllllnmMin, Ituce IIir Saloon, Keeper, Killed by Smith', it Gambler. Man nml Korr i V. YilUUm, at Lrxlnctoit, Will Co in in mil the Second Itrclmcnt, I co I). Kentucky Statu Uuitrtl. . ,'iLi:xinotox, Ky., Jnn. 10. Gov. Itr.id-lc- y haa decided to Mnkc Col. Koilffor D. Williams, of this city, tho colonel of Kentucky ptato thot 2d regiment, gunrds, Col. Williams is tho well known fox hunter, and is one of the ofliecrs of the National Vox Hunters' He is u warm friend of association. (ov. and that gentleman asked him to get up a company of for his rough riders in the event he failed to get enough men in the west. As a hunter of big game. Col. WilIlooscv.elt, Ken-tuclcla- rs. liA'- - ir t ro; .. i ; i- -. ,.,.,, liams in tho equal of Gov. Itooscvclt. They havo hunted much together, and it w as in the great est that they became acquainted. As a dog fancier Th it ntymcrlou Woman aml'Italirj Col. Williams is well known all over Lkxinoto.v, Ky., Jan. the union and in Hngland. He importwoman and tho baby, Which ed the first pajr of Irish wolf hounds ever brought to this country, and he she deposited on the roadside In Paris one cold have has been breeding bloodhounds for up again.night last week,young turned woman This time the years. took her child to the Protestant infirmWAR AGAINST SALOONISTS. ary and requested that it be cared for, saying that she was unable to support Tempi ritncu Spin Out On Their Kefjular it. Matron Gahring accepted the Smutty Jl'niuiln At I.exlnqton ami child, and will Send it to the round-ling- s' Meet With Warm Ktrccptlutis. homo In Louisville. Matron Lkxisoiox, Ky., .Ian. 10. The war Gahring' says she does not know tho w)iieh has been bitterly waged be- woman. tween temperance people and saloon Kentlickr l'oMmtnterM. men over the ijunday closing law, culWahiii.nqio.y, Jan. 18. The followminated Sunday. Through tho evi- ing fourth-cla- s postniastcrs were comdence of Uible students, who acted as missioned for Kentucky Thursday spiesf; the temperance people obtained Allegro,- - Todd county, Alice- - Norman; over 100 indictments against saloon-ist- s Dryhill, Leslie county, Ellun Wootenj before the last grand jury. Sun- I'olsomdale, Graves county, G. T. War- day night bpies started on the regular ford; High Knob, Jackson county, JaSunday rounds arid.ntct with warm re- cob Glbbard; Maddog, Leslie county, ceptions.- They were badly beaten up Serena Wooten: Messer. Knox countv. in some "plnces and elsewhere k were , ,. .Hi ,,., , ii a I,, sloncur it Is not known what action county, U. h. bailer; Ogle, Clay county, will result. William Swoftbrd; Turnersvillc, Lincoln county, II. I). McClurc. Drnwn Not s Camlliliite. Louibvim.i:, Ky., Jan. 17. HelknHi ISxcotiirt Colonel, John Young Urown, in a card which Lori8vn,i,n, Ky., Jan. VJ. Lieut. Col. he gave out Monday night, announced llclknap, prominently mentioned as his withdrawal ftorn the race for gov- the lepublican nominee for governor ernor. This will bo a great surprise in Kentucky, succeeds to tho command for politicians, since three days ago it of the 1st Kentucky volunteers, recentwas given out that he would be a can- ly returned from Porto Kico. This is didate for tho ronominatlon. This duo to the appointment of Col. Cnstle-ma- n leaves the fight between Senator Win. to tho rank of brigadier general. Goebcl and Gen. P. Wat Hardin. Col. Uelkuap is popular with the t. Stone is still a candidate, but is not figured in. Jlich Water nt I.nniovllle. Louisvim.k, Ky., Jan. 17. The river ltulllnn Train .Halted. LorisviM.K, Ky., Jan. IT. Tho Unit- is still rising slowly and registers 50 ed States bullion train on the L. & K., feet at the foot of the locks. The wawith 5JS0.000 In silver aboard, was ter has crept into tho streets, running halted by the accidental going out of a to the levee and has flooded some celsignal light near Lagrange. Tho lars and the first lloors. Every preguards rushed to arms, but the expect- caution is being taken by river men, ed robbers did not appear. The train though they think the crest of the rise was en route from Philadelphia to Now will pass Monday. So far no damago Orlcans. has been done. Whitney' Tlmrnuchbrrd. Apualt lied Found. Lkxinoto.v, Ky., Jan. 1". MoitKiir.AD, Ky., Jan. 14. A largo Whitney's stud of thoroughbreds bed of asphalt has been discovered in is now established at Hal P. Headley's the northern end of Rowan county ad'La Belle Farm." The SO bioodmares joining Carter and near tho C. & O. were taken there from Ashland on Sat- raihoad. Specimens of tho asphalt urday, and Mondayjmorning the cele- havo been analyzed and tested, and brated stallion Meddler, who is to bo found to be of superior quality. A "king of the harem," was taken to his company will bo formed at once to new home. work the mine. -r. Ex-Go- v. regi-iincn- Louisvim.k, Ky., Jan. 13. Clnirlcn Williamson, a racehorse man and "proprietor of "The Mecca" saloon in this oity, was shot 'five times Thursday at Fifth and Market sheets by Iko I). Smith, a gambler. Three bullets passed through his body and he died without regaining consciousness at St. Joseph's infirmary, where he was taken immediately after the shooting. The bhoqtlng wag the result of a quarrel over a small amount of money. Williamson lived in New Albany and was possessed of considerable pioperty having been ono of the heirs to i Philadelphia cstato which was worth several million dollars. WAsm.voTOJr;' w'ar Jan. Jan. 17. WashissGton, l' Schurman," of CornclLunlvcrsttK' bartfnent has decldedijto ' Gcu&rerrUttfwiHfaVe Jwi'.? Gen. EagAn. at the white house Monday 7resident of tho court. l whlchTwlllssit president. Ouliipi tallr with the - nt Washington. 'Owing to the . ,rt?t he said that he had accepted jfe!? slblltty of getting enough general ofon a commission of five whl appointed to study the commj . "mi . fleers tomako up tho entire detail, tliero will bo some officers 'of junior social problems of the Philipjah ' rank 6n the courU f Is now understood tnat tno o Imrc nf tlio pnmtniKslnn wiliiiitfJSlt J Washington, Jan. 10. TieJi revised statement of Uen. Lgan wun ailotj- Dnwnv. Gen. Otis. Col. Chu'rieV'.Ifch cctlonable matter eliminated, was and Prof. Dean C. Weroj5si,oK$ ? v. R submitted to tho war investigating Arbor university', commission Monday morning. Tho wrirk of the coinmrsslbn.wls It was accompanied by a letter of derstood, will be purely ol'Sn Kbuom' and not of a political ntife.'" Jitvfi transmittal, In which Gen. Egan makes a formal apology to the commission. 111U IIJtlUUUAO-iAiJJ- i Will BtUU itoth the statement and apology the Filipinos, thomatcrljfcsourtgjSj were accepted by t commission In fclm ronntrv and its cbmmcrcSnll DOS! Jm executive session. I r- - - f . jfmsa Z&i The following Is the. letter of Gen, J. n.igan to tho commission: Gentlemen: I havo tia honor to hand j ou c i'A'l r - 'Y.M. IVeswem War Department' Dettldes That Jla " Shall He ,' Ierrlt't Af 111 rre.ldfj- do- - W ir .. ,. .1 - couVt-martla- KY. V STANFORD.Nation! D0MTa to the Lincoln andlKUai OF J r o A. ' BANK UUMrAJNY. v- --- . Banlu FM iy'jxovUlon ol its (tauter, depositors are as fully protected ym art epoaitors in National Banks, jta shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par valut thereof in addition to the amount iurested in such shares: It may ad as Executor, Administrator, Trust or Receiver, as an Individual, &'?. Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Stan ford. Kentucky. December 31. 1896. RESOURCES! Notssand Bills Other Stocks and Condi Overdrafts Due Irom Danlts...... Uanklnj Uouis and Fixtures Catb t202.ei5.21 1.TO5.82 4 202.41 LIABILITIES! 43,239.23 6,400.00 25,593.20 1387,015,90 I V "', C p f Capital Stock Surplus Fund Individual Deposits Due to Banks " .'...ROO.Ooan . 19,433.44 155,564.01 12,043.41 1337,045.91 1 ray testimony, which Is now resubmitted and rcWsed In connection ilth the Tlcwsfxprcsjed by you In your letter to mo of faerf-wit- DIRECTORS: J. Williams, Mt. Vernon. J. S. Owsley, Stanford. J. B. Owsley, Stanford. William Gooch, Stanford. S. H. Shanki, Stanford. 3. 'tnttySoftlJrojictnif'Srjilil? January 13, 1899. "Tho oujcctlonablo features and what is con. W. II. Cummins, Lincoln County. siicrod Irrelevant matter by you In which J. E. Lynn, Stanford. opinion I entirely ngrce, aro eliminated. In J. N. Mcnofec, Stanford. this Connection Idcslro to state that thoro was never a thought or Intention on my part B. B. of any disrespect whatsoever to your commission, but in explanation and In extcnu-ttio- n M. Teller. of tho lanuuajc used by mo heretofore, BSVWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write as, an4 A1$y' 1 bee to Invito tho attention of tho commission . f .U 1M they will receive prompt attention, I J. B. OWSIEY, Cashier to tho. fact that I haVo been accused nrac- jACo'S.CHtjnsfAS'. ff ,Uf2y of feeding tho soldiers with poisoned bilitics 'but., tliei will brf$S$rript t A? peer which made them slclt 'embalmed aecr,' deal witli .the problcjjrof!iiycr8raent y. called; thatlhato, furnished meat to tho fmy under tho 'pretense of experiment. " rthckruntlst which charge In effect Is corruption and worse. The p."sUi?nt lifls1 bpcivq,xlou9faf ;Wtcauso It Jeopardized tho lives of soldiers sent some timp'past to hayc'CaunT&sip" " imriropiw tropical cumaics nnu wno wcro Iiendcnt, on such food as- wai sent them! of this sftrtupoit 'hoso IRrtt fKfvjn HtArpnintj in tlin Is absolutely necessary to tho young man or young woman who would win could rclf. Tlio'pers.dnn?! G tlio.c? rabolo countf? .uncontradicted: 'that they hao success in life. This being conceded, it is of tho first importance to get your cMrfcllcntiifro: mission s considered I have been pilloried In tho training at the school that stands in tho very front rank the the standtiolnt of QipcrtrttTt9tt;f e prsiWtho iountry as a man who had fed the Adro. Deweyjand Gen.'v&us Jwye,''oi,' ilajmjron polsonod meat ana oortuptiyso,; that Kept wccks timo oecomo uiRny or ior.aoout mreothat I waSLdcborrc'd. nf for suent tie the .rcits&n talk- tijc,' practical btflcs of thvPhilfppUi Wlrith'tho hdnoxablo secretarybf war, from , Denby gpieferrlng, charges because fit 'tho immunity LOTJIS-VIILE.tiri;.-i'i.'j- r witnesses lliltiait;i J WillUU, Uliu,'bu )cuia noiwHb-- j r Af njwu - "fftwnnltnn ,vt....nV.M., ougiiiy--amtna. -wv" inc,, pijwpto, . .ti.:. (.... :sro M$b jlc'cusa,llb; ruiint, n unrcusonauiu to uenuvu jnt. I'rof. Vorecster has lived for thit BUch monstrous enarges could havo any years in the Philippines, hunted with other effect than to work upon an honorable the wildest of the Moros and Sulus, at- man in such a way as to goad him to a species Write for beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupying promt tended their tribal rites and studied of desperation, and that It was but natural, ucut lUBiwuua uu uvur utti uuitcu oiuvusifc will OO uiaileU HUELi. 17J when tho proper opportunity was glien him, to the political economy of the islands at meet and rcfuto tho charges, that ho should close range. He has written a book on characterize them In harh lnnguago and In tho Philippines which is considered a terms that are deemed Impiopcr. no matter standard refercnee work, and recently whit tho provocitlon. "I therefore withdraw :ontributcd an interesting series of ar- matter so objeetlontblo, the linguago and and rosubmtt to ticles on the Philippines to the Century yot) my sworn statement with tho abiding magazine. President Schurman said, faith that your commission, having all tho the commission 6xpected to sail for facts before you, w HI decldo the points at Issue Justly. Very respectfully, and Manila about tho first of February. ' Ciiaiii.es P. Eaoan, Ithaca. N. Y., Jan. 17. It was an"Commissary General." nounced Monday night that the board Herald, in New Ypniv, Jan. of trustees of Cornell university will a Washington dispatch, says "If Gen. lppoint T. F. Crane, present dean of Eagan is d it will not bo J. Embry, Stanford. J. F. Cash, Stanford. A. W. Carpenter, Stanford. S. ' h" .. H. SHANKS, President. J, W. BRIGHT, OWSLEY, Cashle "TA'S?; fl BUSINESS EDU6ATI0N lp'fjfi-jua.ti'o- - cousj lamuijrm 4,fo Bryant & Stratton Business College, itit it 'Jrt,,. -- lbUWUMMUU!n' -- mTcTceifiardmnUTele ' KY., .-- - I Drugglttt Pharmacists. 17.--T- he court-martiale- tho faculty of arts and sciences, to perform tho duties of President J. G. Schurman during the lattcr's absence in the Philippine Islands. President Schurman's leave of absence will extend to January 1, 1900. the first time he has had, to face on charges. 'While holding the rank of captain commissary of subsistence lie was tried in November, 1877, by of which Lieut. Col. J. W. Wilkins was president. It was charged that,.although a disbursARRANGEMENTS COMPLETED. ing oflicer, he 'habitually bet at cards Jlecfptlun of the llemalnn ut ConrcuBintn for large stakes.' In one of the specifcourt-martia- MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt Vernon, Ky. l, We carrv Drugs, Chemicals, Faints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medians. Fane; Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &u Prescrip tions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call for goods usually kept in a s drugstore- first-clas- Diusley lit I.ewlstiin, Me. Ilurlal lu the Cemetery at Auburn. A Verdict. Louisviixk, Ky., Jan. 17. A noncommittal verdict was returned Monday by the coroner's jury at tho inquest into tho death of Charles Williamson, tho wealthy sporting man who was shot by Ike Smith a few nights ago. Ono witness testified that the bhooting was in and others that it was unprovoked. self-defen- Mum I Hlfctinenm lteiurued. riiAMvFOitT, Ky., Jan. lii. As a result of the war upon vice, which Judge-Cantrll- l in his charge to the grand jury alleged nourishes to an alarming extent at the state capital, about 100 Indictments were returned Thursday afternoon. Nearly all of these aro against saloons for unlawful sale of liquor and against gamblers. Kcutnuky Stream Kiiclnc I.otb Feint Culled. Richmond, Ky., Jan. 11. As a result Paducaii, Ky., Jan. 17. A love feast of Kentucky republicans will bo held of tho high waters in Cane Run tho in Louisville January 20. A private lower portion of this city is submerged George D. and a number of families living in call, signed by Todd, of tho Palls City, has been re- Powell's Valley had to abandon their ceived here. Tho meeting promises to homes Friday. The continuous rains of the past 24 hours have put all tho bo well attended. streams on a rampage, while tho KenThe AI!I Cut Off. tucky river is higher than for years. llENTorv, Ky., Jan. 10. The waters in Settled With III V.vcIiiih. this county continue to rise. Tho Louisvili.k, Ky., Jan. 13. Jos. 15. streams are all out of their banks and doing considerable damage. The mails Ramsey, county clerk at Winchester, are cut off, carriers being unable to Kyf, has returned to his homo town ford tho swollen streams. after months of wandering and ficclng from justice. Ho had been in Tennes lie Will Lone III. llitml. see. II 0 has settled, with those de Catlkitshuiio, Ky., Jan. 17. Tho frauded by the forgeries. It is not son of James Walker, a believed ho will bo prosecuted. dairyman, had his hand badly lacerated Flannnlly Out for State Senator. in a steam cutting machine. Tho hand Lexington, Ky., Jan. 18. Thomas A. will be amputated. Flannelly, democratic editor of tho Candidate for Coiumliiloner. State News, and secretary of the Stato MAYSVILI.E, Ky., Jan. 17. Dr. J. M. League of Retail Liquor dealers, has Prazce, In the legis- announced himself a candidate for lature, Monday announced hlmsolf as stato senator. Ills opponents aro a democratic candidate for state comHobbs and Capt. W. IL missioner of agriculture. May. "' The navy department has designated the following Nv Klecrrlo l'rnjre war ships to form the squadron of evoEvANsviixir, Ind., Jan.jl".- - II. T lution which is to go south under Worrell, W. L. Cater and W. C. Heni .command of Adm. Sampson: Flagnlngs, of Dayton, O,, arc hero for the ship New York, llrooklyn. Indiana, purpose of building an electric road I'cxas, Chicago, Newark, Machias. from Evansvlllo to Rockport, Canncl-to- n They will bo accompanied by tho foland Tell City, a distanco of 40 lowing named colliers and supply miles. They havo met with much en- ships: i couragement from Evansvillo business Marcellus, Lebanon and Supply. The men, and expert to begin constuction ships arc' ordered to be at Ilavma ptiflr by May 1. lo tlo st of February next. Wasiii.voio.v, Jan. 17. , -- Lkwihton, Me , Jan. 17. Arrangements for the reception of the body of Nelson A. Dingley when it comes froin Washington Tuesday and for the services to be held here, have been completed. The body and the persons attending it will be brought from Iloston by a special train which w ill be met at Portland by a committee of citizens from Lewiston. The body will lie in state in the city hall Tuesday afternoon and on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock the public funeral will bo held. When the train readies this city, the local committee, with carriages, an escort of police and a militaiy guard of honor from the grand army of the two cities, Lewiston and Auburn, will be la waiting. There will bo l'J police and 12 soldieis of the grand army, four local of the each from posts of that organization. Tho procession will proceed to the city hall, the bells of both cities tolling meanwhile. The body will be placed in tho main hall In a largo catafalque. Then the citizens will bo permitted to view the body until 5 o'clock, when it will be taken to the Dingley home. The funeral services will be held from the Pine Street Congregational church, of which Mr. Dingley was a member. The interment will bo at the cemetery In Aubuin. ications ho was accused of losing S000, and 'had failed up to November 15, 1877, to pay the same.'" SANTIAGO M0RPII ARRESTED. Ho Is Chnrged With Obtululn:; I'rotu the Mx can National on Turned Mourltlo. Qni.KAXS, 870,000 IS.ink Jan. 17. Santiago was ' arretted here Monday nlgnt. He is charged with having obtained 870,000 from tho Mexican national bank on forged securities and drafts In April last. He had been chief cleik in the bank for a number of years and the robbery was only discovered after lo left. He came to America, f jllowcd the races in New York and was traced here. On tho race track Niiw Moiph First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Capital Stock $200,000. Surplus -- 523,100 "DIRECTORS" J. W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, P. ReM Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, T. P. Hill, S. H. ha was ltnown as George Murphy, J. S. Hockcr and M. J. Miller. owned horses and made a book at ToWe solicit the accounts of the citizens ol Rockcastle and adjoining ronto, Now York, Loulsvillo and other counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busines pluces. He went to San Pranoisco and with a view was in the Haldwin hotel fire, losing Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, to business relations, respectfully invited. 82,000 there. He admitted his guilt JNO. J. McROBERTSv Cashier but threatens to mako trouble for oth J & HOCKER, Pre, ers when lit) gets to Mexico. ple there nre very wealthy. A His peo- QUADR0N OfTvOLUTION. The Wnr hhlpt Detlcnnlrtl bv the Nury tn Ui Muith Under L'oiiuiiHtitl of A Mm. Siinip.iill. jonas Mckenzie For Everytliinc in GO TO di-ro- ct DroGoofls,6iotniDfl. Boots ana snoes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at Living Price, .k! &. that it is hidebted to the defendant, by Clarke, is that contracts of in-You will find all kinds of fresh Lreo. H. Anderson in a certain sum ' fants are voidable at the option of 'candy made daily at S W. Davis . . .. 1. .. atsa ujiiivijn:yi out owe noming wuat-- 1 me mianr, Din mere is an except n basement brick hotel. Friday, Jan 20, 1899 ever lo the defendant. John Ander- - ion to that rule, viz. Contracts- for in the son. The attorney for Plaintiffs necessaries and such contracts are am somewhat Published every Friday by inslM that ns I he said Andersons as bindinc position of the drumnier who as between ndulte '.he AMES MARETs bought the goods and agreed to This pi incipal is decided in us- B. came out of the Miller Hotel last pay lor them jointly; that they are M. page 232. In Tyler on Infaucy Saturda- He said he saw so uuy tlurelor'e jointly bound; and that page 99i the following strong pretty girls, coming and going in Is Going to bo Headquarters for Xnnis Uit'ts. Si. 00 the money UBSCJUPTION ONB YKAK due the defendant, Geo, language is used: "It i clearly every direction, that he wished he Come nntl see before buying elsewhere. Albums, PictH Anderson should be subjected agreed that contracts of infants for had more eyes, so he could see ure Frames, Medallions, Wallpockcts, Comb and Brush to the pavmeutot the account run necessaries are neither void I've got so manv good Advertising rates made knoiutt on by both; while the attorneys for voidable.' Parson says "that if and pretty suits that we wish we Sets, Manicure isets, Music Boxes; Glove and Handker chioi uelenuanls contend that it was not such 'a contract was not bind- had all this paper to talk about Boxes, Mirrors, Ink Stands, Dolls, China Goods such as application a joint obligation and that the ing that the infant would not be them iu. We' ve got the goods and Salid Dishes, Cake Plates &c. money due Geo. H. Anderson able to get credit or to obtain food, we've got the prices; so low that A OR Emperor William, of Germany, is should not be held to pay the debt shelter or raiment." Mathew you can't match them unless yon A splendid line of Silverware, Cake Stands, Cracker Bowls said to be helpiug the Philippine in ot his John And- Bacon lays down the doctrine that shoulder the goods and go back to surgents with advice and money erson. On this issue the testimo infants are absolutely bound by the Mills where they were mace. Toys oi all kinds. A full line of Books Give us a call aud get some If this be true the United States ny is very conflicting, but the their contracts for necessaries' in Now, don't do like a few others nice Christmas good s at Low prices will help William, first witk advice, books of said Company show that benignity to themselves, for "says have done buy elsewhere and then, if neccerssary, will use argu- the purchases thus made, were het "IfUiey were not allowed" to thee come in and say that ments so forceful that they will charged to Geo. H. and John And- bind themselves for necessaries, you so much regret yon did not penetrate even the consciousness of erson jointly in order of de- no person would trust them",'" in come to us first. Grant Baku r an Emaeror. fendants produced by plaintiffs which case they would be in worse was signed "Geo. H. and John condition than persons of full age" Yes we've got 'em. McKiuley is the great Commis- Anderson," although the defend- The testimony shows thatl the C. C. Davis & Co. sion Maker. His last is a Philip- ants deny writing said order or hav goods bought in this caselwere pine commission, especially select- ing any knowledge of same, but suitable to the defendant's station Paints And Oils at C. C DEALERS; IN ed to make a report in favor of admit :hat their father or mother iu lite, tueretorc necessaries tor Davis & Co. might have written it, as they had which he is liable. holding the Philippines regardless of the will of the natives. He is all hitherto given them the authority IV. Overcoats for $5 at Robt Cox. Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at fair orices the time devising plans to gtt the so to do. The defendants, also, The Counsel for Defendants also ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. in- admit on cross examination, that gold out of the treasuiy and to that a judgment against during the summer of 1897 they contend crease the military power. ornc0rf Anderson would have no efran a joint account al the store of John fect. Iftheconliact be as binding KY. MT. Attorney General Monnett should A. J. Moore in the same town. in this case as betweeu adults, by know that it is one thing to talk The Court is therefore of the opintue same process ot reasoning, a against trusts, but quite a different ion that the account was run joint- judgment against defendantfcTohu thing to act against them. Pres- ly; that the defendants are jointly Anderson, although an infant, ident McKiuley can denounce bound and that the property of would be as binding as if hejpvere trusts all he pleases as long as he either can be held in satisfaction of an adult. keeps his Attorney General from the full amount of the debt herein. The Court, therefore, holds that attacking them In the court, but W. II. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR. II. the Statute of infancy is uot well whenever, if he shculd ever, begin MANUKACTURIUI AND Dl'Al.lMJ rN The 2nd interesting point raised by plead; that although a minor, he to act as he talks. Mark Hanna Counsel for defendants, is on motion is liable, the amount being for aud the trusts would very promptly to discharge the attachment herein, necessaries; that the defendants call him down. because the plaintiffs failed to al are ioiutlv bouud and renders lege their cause in tne language of judgment in favor of Plaintihs for News has at last been received the amount claimed in their jpeti-tioYes r, Robt Coxwillsi yro. from Iloilo and the expeditions of the Code. The question presents & and that the attachment'here-1- 1 ajgood suit'at $4 to $7. u itself to the Court upon said Brig. Gen. Miller. Millet's forces be discharged and the garnishee, as to whether or not, a sub are anchored at Guimaras island. the I . & N. R. R. Co. be released. The natives permit Americans to stantial compliance with section R. G. Williams, J. if pie go ashore and also furnish fresh 196 of the Code, which, in addition to the grounds of attaebmeut, reat $5 to $7. supplies. The natives at Iloilo are quires the affidavit to show, first, disposed to be friendly, but refuse farm plaintiff's claim: sec For Sale or Rent.--M- ' let the Americans land there with the nature of See his line of SHOES DRY ond, that it is just; third, the sum 1 4 miles west town, of 58 acres; out orders from the Filipino leadIs the place to buy Drugs, which the affiant believes the plain- 45 acres in cultivation. Hou e of GOODS. 3 ers tit Malolos. Some of the in && tiffs ought to recover, is sufficient, 5 rooms, also out buildings. , 3ood tj ft ft Patent Medicines, Jewelry, surgent fficials are willing to accept must there be a literal compli- water; and orchard. , -j 05 3 a protectorate. TTff ance therewith. Mrs. X. McFerronr " rift Stationery, Cigars and To In the case at bar, the plaintiffs' Secretary Alger is offering as a "A' n . ft ft baccos, Paints and Oils, Call claim is lully set out; they conform great insult to the country, by Go to Bob Cox s to bu your Commissary General Egan, likewise to the second requirement iu when in town. groceries and dry goods as Eagan offered to Gen. Miles, by that itn's just-- but fail to state iu the blackgaraism in calling him nu the language of the Code, or subC. C- - DAVIS & CO For the speedy and permanent enro of Oh, how good candy is when merous kinds of a liar in his testimo stantially so, the amount the affiant tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Chamny before the war investigators. If believes plaintsffs ought to recover. you buy at S. W. Davis'. berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is without nn equal. It relieves the itchAlger thinks the people will allow For this fuilure, the Counsel for ing and smarting almost instantly and this disgraceful affair to end with the defendants iysist that the atits continued use effects a permanent cure, iv also cures itch, itch, Eagan's revision of his testimony, tachment should be discharged. La Grippe Successfully Treated. Bcald head, sore nipples, barber's piles, itching he will find himself much mistaken Does such failure render the at- ,'I have just recovered from" the chapped hands, chronic sore oyea and LOUISVILLE DISPATCH Eagan, deserves puuishment, just tachment fatally defective? The second attack of la 'grippe thi. granulated lids aud SIGNAL for $1.25 a year. Dr. Caily's Condition Powders foi as Alge- - does, and if they don't Court thinks it does. In the case year," says Mr. Jas. A. Jone pub- This is the official Democratic pa.torses are the best tonic, blood purifltu get it, so much the worse it will be of Lynn vs. Stark, 6th Ky. Law ishtr of the Ltader, Mexia, Texas and vermifuge Pi ice, 25 jnts. Sold by per. The "In the latter caie I used Chamberin the end for the Administration. Rep, page 586; it is so held. C0& There can be no reasonable ex ssme question is decided in the lain's Cough Remedy, and I think cuse for auy man accustomed to case of Moore vs. Hariod, 19th Ky with cousderable success, omy be- the association of gentlemen, de- Law Rep. page 406 in which Chief ng in bed a little over two days scending to the use of Biillusgate, Tustice Hazelrigg held ther must against ten days for the former atno matter now gi eat tue provoca be literal compliance with said sec- tack. The second attack I aui satisSPLIT HICKORY SPOKES. tion Now it comes that McKin tion, If the first requisite cannot fied would have been equally as bad be omitted, why can the third? If as the first but for the use of this ley has ordered a court marshal for Eagan. So we shall sec the out either can be. why not both? If lemedy as I had togo to bed in both, then why not all three? come. six hours after being 'struck, 2x2, 30 inches long, all while C grade or better, $12 per m, Had the attorney for the plaintwith it, while iu the first case 1 was 2x2, 30 inches long, red, $6 Following is an important de- iffs asked leave to amend, the op- able to attend to business about per m. cision handed down this week by portunity would been given him two days before getting down.' LOUISVILLE COMMERCIAL 28 inches long, white $6 1 For sale at Williams' .County Judge R. G. Williams in as it is quite common aHd entirely and SIGNAL for $ 40 a year. per m. he case of W. A, Owens & Co. vs. proper for amendments to plead" " red $4 Do ings and proceedings to be filed, How to Preveut Pneumonia. G. H. Anderson et al. even after the commencement of per ru. You are perhaps aware that pneuRockcastle Quarterly Court the 'rial and before final judgment, monia always results from a cola or SINGLE TREE BILLETS. W. A. Owens & Co. Pl'ffs where the ends of jus! ice require it; from an attack ot la grippe. During Opinion vs and especially so when it is a mere the epidemic ot la grippe aTfew 2HX2H 38 inches, long white, G. H. Anderson, et al , Def'ts. $16 per in. technical defect that is sought to years ago when so many cases rebe cured. sembles pneumomia.it was observThe petition in the above stled To be delivered at any station ed that the attack was never followcase sets up cause of action agaiust III. on K. D of L. & N. or K. C. the def'ts Geo. H. and John AndThe defendant, John Anderson, ed by that disease when Chamber-lam'- s division, will cull once every tw Cough Remedy was used. It weeks. L. L. Jarrktt, Inspector. erson for goods, wares and merch- iu his separate answer, attempts to andise furnished them at their spec avoid the payment of a just debt counteracts auy tendency of ,cold Brodhead, Ky. ioil instance and request, followed by or la grippe to result in that the plea of infancy; but in the disease. It is the best remv a statement of a ground of ati language of the plea, he says j "'that taclnnent under Sec. 194 .of the he is a minor under si years; that edy in the world for had colds'and Civil Code by which the Plaintiffs ue nas no legal capacity to sue or la grippe. Every bottle warranted. ?ek to subject certaiu wages due he sued." The first is a statement For sale by M C. & D N Williams, Auderj-oiithe from their of fact; the second a conclusion of Mt Vernon, Ky. F. FRANCISCO, Propr. L. & N. R. R. Co., law, and the defendant totally fails the Located at the DepotggggSe to the payment of Plaintiffs debt, to place himself within the Statute BEST Goods at COST for CASH interest aud cost. Ky by alleging thdt he pleads and lelies Davis & Sonv' JfcGood On account of the interest Livery Attaehed on same as a bar to the recovery. .11 the trial; the many mooted I need what you owe me aud Meet ' all Trains, Day aud Night. But suppose the plea of infancy qutio'is raided; motions made and had been made in proper form hope you will not postpone further Traveling Men and Railroad . pleas catered, the Court will review would it be men Solicited. Will fur the payment of your account This a bar in this case? The the wnole case lunches for all trains. Court thinks it would not. The means vou if you owe me. L & X. R. R. Co. auswer Th: Cleo Brown. well defined principle laid "down Whcu Your Horse Is Shod By Vernon Signal r.-...- .... 1 - w ilia nas FULL LINE - - DRUGSTORE ' NICE JEWELRY. M.C.&D. N. Williams. DAVIS & SON VERNON, General Merchandise Old Main and Church Sts Brodhead Marble Works Monnuments and Tomb Stones. -- n, 1 mo-tio- GREEN FRQN liJ OVERCOATS 0)o)oDrug H- GROCERIES. m w m cc: tore pro-tscti- , Skin Diseases. P M D0C3qP-- 3 WANTED Jxi, ut Drug-stor- e. 4 fpjmyy for V.S Town Lots Livingston dangerous Hotel Frith Brodhead, s business and Dwelling Houses In the most desirable Wisrf, mani-ii'stu- U Part of Town near new Depot, call and s,ee them-- a1-- , FIELDS igmmmuiiiiui a mum ,l. 'UJBLW.'J liJBLUJJJUWJJKKieSMMI Mt Vernon Signal 20, 1899. m Sit. Verm.- -, Kir-- Yes I need it, W. M. Poynter. I want you to call and settle. W. M. Poynter. Mt. Vernon. Ky., Jan. Bnwrcilntth . ono.clnn mall instttr " I H. H. Brannaman. of near Wil-di- e ho was hire Monday last, .tie reports Mrs. Brannaman quite sick with the Gripp. I in Danville an account of sickness of a relative. Louisv'lic & Haihvillc n. n. Co. Dr Robertson was fined $50 in court here last Saturday on charge , & N. LOCA.L TIME CARD. of practicing without license. He Day Mail North 11:37 a m failed to pay and was sent to jail. Day Mail South . 2.27 p m John C. Wood, railroad North Night Ex. 1:32am editor of Mt. Sterling Night Ex. South 204am Gazette, was here last week in the J. ,A. Landrum, Agent. interest of his candidacy fot CHURCHES. listed l Jack Lawrence is "owling1' at Hazel Patch while Mr. Murphy is Clmtllan llohli nervices 1st at 11 it. in. find MC:J0p. m. & 3r 1 Sunday Prtsbyterlau Holds services on the 4th 8uday Bnptitt Church Saturday night jiasti'ir. MASONIC. James and Dick Whitaker atri- ved from Anniston Ala. Friday. The remains of their brother wh o died of pneumonia after a four days illness came to Livingston on Satur day. Services on the Second John Welch stopped off here half Siaiday rand Snndny. Sclioul nt 'J n m every Sunday. Prayer a day Monday on his return from Middlesboio to Louisville. John is meeting oh ,Tursday nights. Kev. J 0 l. Ashland Loiljjo No. 'dny lft A m. (140 tin-e- 2rd Moii. LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. Best shoes at Robt Cox's. Two splendid new six cap stoves business. at less than wholesale prices. One Dr. M. Pennington is kept very is a Gold Dust, which I repurchased from a man, who got it busy riding. The in our Christmas drawing. Green Parker brakemau Was other is a Scanlon range. Both here Inst week for a few hours. first class, at sacrifice price. A. H. Bastin, Crab Orchard. It is Rockcastle's time to furnish candidates lor legislature this year. Geo. W. Baker who has been J. h. Kennedy late of this place clerking for Pecock Coal Co., at now at Cameron Texas is reported Pittsburg will shortly take a position with Wrought Iron Range Co. .quite sick. Our"'deil" Alex Pennington, to travel in the Southern States. one of the best boys ive know of, Mr. Baker discharged his duties and held his position with the coal is on th sick list. company until it closed up dentist, of business Dr. Pennington, of their on account Louisville,, will be at Miller House mines being worked out. during Circuit Court. Geo. II. McKIuney, one of nat'Chat enterprising young merch ure's noblemen, died at Stanford, ant, Geo. T. Johnson, of Orlando, Monday, aired 83, We knew Mr. vas here the first of the week. McKinney for many years while he was traveling passenger agent V. II. Jones is getting along very well with his house at this for the Vandalia Line, while we place, considering the bad weather. were also in the railroad business and can truthfully say we never W. I. Doolc.y, of Climax, was in found a more accommodating and town Monday. Mr. Doolcy was straightforward man than Mr. Mconce our Surveyor. He is a good Kinney. He was an honest man man. and was ready to meet death and Grove Kennedy was ordered last go to.his reward in the great hereweektoieport for duty. He will after. Payup at W. M. Poynters. "Cull" was in town Monday on a Mt. Vernon boy and holds a good position with the Globe Fertilizer Co. as book keeper. J. F. Griffin has sold the lot he bought from A. Pennington last Summer to S. C. Eranklin and has bought the property of Sim Davis' in the north part of town. This looks very much like the Circuit Clerk means business. All deals were cash. Being pelted with dollar bills arid All business entrusted to my care dodging them is about as wise as will receive prompt attention. passing Grant Baker's big store to Office on Second floor of uewbrick get your Clothing.. on Church street. you ever eat any candy Did G. A, Klein and wife was in Judge McCiure who has had a mand at S. W. Davis'? He sells hard seige of sickness is gradually Wildie, Tuesday last. the largest sack jou ever saw for R. G.WILLIAMS, regaining strength and his host of Prof. Phillips is getting on nice- 5 cents. friends believe will be out on our ly with the school here. stieets again in a short time. - -a- t-L Wanted. To trade Corbin prop S, C Franklin, foreman of the Hon. G. G. Gilbert has an answer Mt. Vernon Signal, was visiting erty for a second-han- d saw mill MT. VERNON, KY. to Davison's grounds of notice of in this vicinity Sunday last. outfit. Address, D. T. Chestnut contest. The answer 'contains 15 Corbin, Ky. L. T. Stewart was in Crab Ortypewriter pages, and denies all of ijawwivtaraarrr'rwrj'.Krrinr'.'CTasgfi Fruits of all kinds and fresh chard last week. contestants allegations. ' bread at all times. Call and see DR. A. G. LOVELL, An unkn wn Moonshiner was in Miss Anderson will organize a in the basemeut jopposite Court class in German at her room at Mr Wildie last week causing some house. Physician and Surgeon excitemeut, but lie hung" on howKrueger's. Terms: Twenty-fiv- e cents a lesson. She will be glad ever I'll he sold out all thfo stuff he NoTicn. I will piy cashfor rn vf r cr . to talk with any one desiring to hadt Belore Egg's Turkeys and Geese: Office North bide Miun currot join the class. J. Fish went to see his father selling call and get prices. A. E. Albright, Biodhead Sunday last near Orlando, Ky. Neal Parett has just flushed a COST' bfide. It was .1 simple but beautiful home wedding. The ceremony was performed Rev. L. M. Scroggs L. M. Houk is able to b? out on in presence of the immediate the streets again, family and a Jfew specially invited Call on W. M. Poynter and set- relatives The bride wore a beau$ . tle your account. tiful travelitig dress, as they were L. L. Jarrett, the spoke man, to leave on the noon train for was up from Brodhead t day Upton, Ky, for a short visit after which they will make their home Postmaster Andy Assistant inJMt, Vernon. We welcome Mr. Baker who has been on sick list Rider, who comes with such a good for two weeks is some better. name to our town and we heartily Harry Blazer, the saw mill man, congratulate him on securiug such who is a mighty good citizen, was a bride with such a lovable characta caller at purofike Wednesday. er. The 3rd Kentucky sailed from Savannah, Ga., Wednesday night Dikd- - Mrs. A. K. McClary of for Matansas, Cuba. Oak Hill Jan 17 99 Mrs McCleary Give a balky horse a piece of was a devoted christian, an a afcandv or sugar will cause him to fectionate mother and a lovable forget his meanness and he will companion. Her life here was move right along. Try it. ' such as to give her an abundant en Notick Owing to failure in terance in that better land. collecting that which is due us, we are compelled to offer our entire WILD IE. stock of merchandise at COST for CASH. Davis & Son. Come, see our bargains. for CASH. 4 Pay your dues to Signal, - i-- IWIflBB For a good shave and hair cut P. A. Pennington, D. call at my shop. D.S. Purdom -- Professional Card. .; D. S., ,M. B For the best assortment of candies go to S. W. Davis' in basement. Finest grades of tobacco and cigars at the drugstoie of C. C. Davis & Co. All kinds ot trim and lancy groceries at S. W. Davis' cheap as the cheapest. DENTST, N W Cor. Third anct Chestnut Sis., LOUISVILLE. KY. S. N. .'Davis SURVEYOR - Mt. Venon, K.y. the best1 , Also, an Ageut for You can rent office rooms and Tailors in the world. family rooms from S. W. Davis in the brick opposite Court House Don't pay ten dollars for a suit when you can get the, same goods, bi an new, atGrant Biker's for just about half. i j LLi'tTtrn.Try G. W. McCLURE, Attroney-at-L- a Mt. Vernon, Ky. w, Attorney- c w, 1 large double bookcase for lawyer Geo. Johnson of Orlando, was in Geo. McCoy did Wildie last week. the varnishing. The whole affair is Judge Willims, Judge Colyer, J. a credit to any furniture maker. WkBrown and sever al others, were Mr Williams library is now second in :Vildie, Thursday last looking to no other in the State. after a county road to run from The following telegram was re- this place to Lee Coffey's on Mt. Vernon and Richmond road. ceived here yesterday: C. C. Williams. - NO JOKE. C. Attorney-at-Law, C, WILLIAMS, All notes and accounts due W. Vernon, Ky. , A. B. Davis or Davis & Son not paid by the first of the year, will be D,Office on 2nd floor of new found in the hands ot my regular brick on Church street. Specia" W. A. B. Davis. attorneys. attention given to collections. Washington, D. C. Jan i9,'99 G. C. Kennedy. Signal Corps. To Mt. Vernon, Ky. Attkntion Gkntlkmkn. ORLANDO. On expiration of furlough you Frank.Ball is in Clay county will proceed to New York City en a pleasure trip. route to San Juan, Porto Rico. Jf,fl?Tolinson is daiuir a very rood (Signed) ' Warij, " Ass't Adj't Gen'l. tie business, considering the mud. W. C. Owens & Co. have sold Mr. W. C. Hester, of Cordele, Ga , and Mrs. Emma F. Ciess, their stock of goods to J. S. Lang- at Maretburg. this ford. postmistress county, were married at the home E. B. Langford was in Mt. Ver of Jailer Griffin on yesterday. Mr. non, Wednesday. Rider is a business man and conies is very sick at highly recommended, while Mrs. Mrs. J. H. Reams this writing. They Cress is an estimable lady. go to Georgia in about ten days. J. S. Langford has a sick baby 1, 1 Tailor made rothes at "hand me down" prices suits" to order irom $8.50 up pantaloons $2,50 up fit guaranted ask to n and satisfaction see samples. Miller House, HEADQUAL1.SRS FOR ' ... A. E. Albright Brodhead Ky. J. HUGH MILLKft .- - W. 'Marler & Sons now have their mill' on one of the best sites in the county and are fully prepared to cut bills to order on very short notice. Lumber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon if desired. Give us your uders and To Buir;m$RS. CST-Porte- r COMMERCIAL MEN. all traius.-XBat c get prompt attention and the best of Lumber. ' MT. VERNON LIME COMPANV , stait as soon at transportation is for The best investment that the warded. He will goto Porto Rico. county ot Rockcastle could make would be to issue $20,000 in bonds Mi&sGr.icio Thompson says her for the purpose of building a turnname is not "Risaie" and that she pike from the Lincoln county line is from East Bernstadt instead of to Livingston. The added con Pittsburg, veniences and increased value of Dr. Bronatigh, one of Lincoln real estate would more than pay county's most prominent citizens, the bonds and interest on same. died at Stanford, Monday night The immense benefits which would of heart failure. be derived from such an enterprise would be beyors computation, Let Steve Ramsey, oversacr on comiour citizns take a sensible view' .of ty road, has, in this bad weather, subject. Look at our roads a mighty good roac) when compared the this winter weather. Now after with other sections. gett'iig a good pikp through the One of theb'est clerks is Miss county others would naturally folRebecca Stewart, with the big low, connecting points in the merchandise establishment of A. II county. Will our people get a move upon, themselves and do Bastiu, Crab Orchaid. something to bring old Rockcatle ' We'are glad to know that Judge out of the "ruts"? Good roads will McCiure is much better and a do it. r chance that we will see his smiling Much disappointment has been face on the streets soon. manifested by our readers on acFritz Kruegcr has started a class count of our excellent reporter at iViu German and has a number of Livingston having failed to get in students who are already in the his report last week" Mr Walter yiue of "Deuhscher sprecheu." Saunders well known as "Happy", R E. Brooks, of Hazel Patch is the gentleman whoha's furnished splendid reports are people who want let discomage this paper with week for more than a' year ments down them, They keep up each few and missing but the light and their friends are le- - past were services times. Fis gion. i making required last week in Coffey's report of loss of G. C. iuvioce Joseph of Fish's res.dence'last week. We goods which were bought by G. Were informed there was no in- W. Brooks & Co.. of Hazel Patch. surance, but learned later there Mr Saunders is a gentleman with ivas. about $8oo. including build- good business qualifications and is ing, contents, smoke hcuse, &c. a universal favorite in al gather, ingsot the young' as thcolde- - peple at Stanford Agent Mahoney says there was an iusurauce on G. C. Fish's house that was burned last week near this place. We made hurried inquired at the time and understood there was no insurance, as reported in last weeks glad that so Signal. We are gcd a man as Mr Fish did not sustain a total loss. Judge William's Court last Sat urday, turned off the following cases Rolla Proctor, one cent and costs, assault; Dr. T. B. Robinson $50 for practicing Medicine without "Ans" Dooley, $2.50 liceuses. d and d; Wm. Evans, ditto. Joe Mize, $20, disturbing religious worship; A J. Baker, b of p; $2.50 W. E. and Theopolis Laswell. b of p, $2.50 each. James Ballinger. contempt, $15. Mrs. T. A. Franklin, of Conway, this county, has been engaged by the Cincinnati Zoo Garden at $15 per week and expenses lor her family to exhibit her old do baby that was born without arms or legs. The child is strong and healthy and bids fair to grow up to manhood. This remarkable freak of nature, should it live, will be exhibited' throughout the world as it is the only known instance where a child was bor.n withou limbs and lived, two-month- Dr. Childress WeJnesday wishimr Lei Tate to population comes in. Manufacturers EVERYBODY LOOK. of Lime and b'rick. eve. I am selling the ginger Sewing was in town Tuesday Machine on easy terms and keep all They also furnish'' Lime, Building execute papers. Our kinds of fcewing' machine needles oil Stone, either quarry face or cu decreases when Lee bands, shuttles." and everything Orders promptly fill ed that belongs to' a sewing machine. was in town Will send needles'by mall to any ad Tom Cress wrapped the tape of ress. I also clean and repair all kinds an insurance company around some W. A. C ARSON ol machines. You can see me here property here this week. ' W. M. Owen very Saturday. Wm.'Barrett, of Berea, was here Mt Vernon Ky ' r on legal business. Any information leading the t6 recovery of the old gold watch BRODHEAD. Mt. Vernon and Brcdb&jfl, that was taken by mistake or other- Kentucky. wise from the shop of James Hix, Will be pleased to sivc ostirnnles Miss Delpha Collier, one of Mt. Vernon, some years ago, will Satisfaction guars terd 011 work. accomplished be thankfully received and a suitBrodhead's most by able reward given. It is a large young ladies accompanied her aunt Miss Ida Painter went to gold watch with name of "E. W. Salem Ind where Miss Delpha en Maret" scratched inside back of tered school for 5 mouths. case. "Railway Time Keeper" on Tobias, LiverMrs. Jcsiah Mullins left here dial; made by "M. DKALUU IN questions asked if reWednesday for Peacock, Mich., pool." No WHISKIES WINES. &c, Sic. turned o Signal Oi'i'ic'k. to visit her brother . painter nd Paper Hanger, . TOM FERRBLL Dr- - t s j NOTICE To all knowing themselves inwhiskies at $2 and '' up J. H. Hilton has been suffering debted to me by note or account, Fine with the gripp. Our Rockcastle friends run v.:mte that I have no speical aaningement Miss Berda Martin's school is with, will please call in an and setor "rwwone. progressing nicely same by the first of the year. tle . Jene Prown was here Tues-day- , ROWLD,r To the public. We are author ized to guarantee every bottle of lu-ou- r Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and if not satisfactory to refund the Wedues- , money to the purchaser. There is day morning last, at 11 o'clock, no better mediciuemae'e for la grip-MJ. W. Rider 'and Miss Mae pe, colds and whooping cough. Jqne Miller, daughter of our Price, 25 and 50c per bottle. Try it. Wealthy townsman, M. J. Miller, Sold b.v.M C &D N Williams, Mt. were married at the home of the Vernon. Ky. Rj.DER-MiLLim',-r- r. Now gentlemen, as I have accomodated you in the past. I will look for you in at once for a settlement and as you know It takes moneyto run ray business you must com and settal the old account that I may be abl fo acccomodate you iu the future, otherwise I will be able to do so. not Yours Truly COURT CALENDAR. County Court. Fourth Msu day in each mouth. Quarterly Court. Fiiat Mtn-da- y iu January, April, July uxd October. day iu February, Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep. tember. Circuit Court. Second Mo Jonas Mckknzic Mt. Vernon Police Court; Thud Merdr. ' csch month.. f1? ii.' . . f4iA'i, x'A W"f jr " s ti Coursing through tho veins, feeds, nouiishcs Adroit Tactics of a Silver Polish ud sustains all tho organs, nerves, muscles Acent "VVlio Antlclpnted a Chilly Reception. nd tissues of tho body. Hood's Baisupa-illl- n nniUcs w.um, rich, nuio blood. It Is "That's another agent," said Mrs. Waplcs tho best medicino you can take In winter. Now, I'm going It tones, invigorates, strengthens and forti- as she heard the bell ring. and to open the door myselt give him a fies tho wholo body, prcvoutliig colds, freeze out he'Jl remember." fovers, pneumonia and the giip. She went to the door with a stony look of determination on her face, and confront ed a man carrying a satchel, and before he had time to speak she snapped out: "Well, what do jou want?" For the first time in his e.pcrionM that Is Americas Qrcatast Medicine Prlco $1. agent lost his cue. He had intended to ask & Co , Lowell. Mass. Prepared by C I. Hood her if her eldest 6ister was at home, and Hood's Pills euro Sick Headache. 25c. was ready to address hei as "Mvdcaroung lady," that being his formula for any woman under 50, but one look into that frozen counA Ynimi? Philosopher. tenance him foiget his ow n name He "Now, Gladys," said a mother, "if you cast his madeon the doormat, and the) took cjes wake up early feunday be a good girl ana lie in a gray and black tabby reposing there. Btill. lei Imps you'll go to sleep again." Hut eaily Sundu) morning the child Mas out of He was saved.cat!" "Heautiul he murmured, stooping bed d usual and came pattering into Iter to it. "Marked like a ticer. Never mother's loom, "liladjs," cried mamma, i sawcaress just like one it!" reproachfully, "jou're a naughty girl. Now "You did not call to see the cat, did jour go right back to bed again. Here, I'll tuck asked Mrs. W in a petrified voice. jou in.' So the mother arose nnd escorted "My dear lady. I did not know tint jou the wakeful child Inck to her bed. Glads had much less such a magnificent a cat, u.uled nuclei the covers, and her mother in ule her as comfortable as possible. "Now," feline specimen as that! May 1 ask its age?" Mrs. W gave the first sign of a thaw. slid the child, "give me something to read, please.' Hci mother turned to the book- "I think Marc is three .ears old now; ha shelves. "What do iou want?" she slid. was a kitten when he came to us." "Oh, have jou his pedigree?" "Give me 'Aesop's rabies said Gtadj s She "No, indeed, he is only an ordinary cat. took the book with a happv smile and held We love him for his gentleness and because it tightlv m her arms "Now," she said, wit h a long draw n sigh, "I'll lead till ou call wo raised him." "Noble creature! Ileautiful cat! Excuse me. And I know whit I'll reid rll read 'The Contented Ass ' " And the little phil- me, but you have a treisuic there, and he should have a historic pedigree," and he osopher opened the magic book. Cleveland smoothed down the old doorstep loafer and riain Dealer. said he leuunded him of his home far away in Maine. A Hotter Thing. Then he sold Mis. Wiplcs four bottles of a "No, sah, it wasn t no fault of mine dat I quit rutinin' a slcepin' call," explained tho nw kind of silver nolish. and asked her ner- mission to call some ila with a kodik to ex-ptei when usked how he came to lose his job. "De) jest went to work and made take a picture of the beautiful cat, and she has been heard to say that the freezing out a mistake. ' process was a dead failure. Chicago Tunes- "Whit sort of a mistake?" "Wh, one day when 1 got my silk hat llerald. and dimiin pin and !aender trousers on to DcnfiiCHH Cannot lie Cured Ijo into Chicago in good st)le dey took me by local application, as the) caiuiotrcach lur dc picsulent of the road, and de presi- the diseased portion ot the e..i. 'Hieio is dent dun got jealous about it and bounced only one and that u) to cuie deafness, l)e,unes is me off. Reckon it was a good thing fur me, by cou&titutioiul lemcdics is though." caused by an mtlamcd condition ot the muA III lilt MIIUlUll Jllll. cous iiiniii: of the Eustachian lube. hen "I did, sali. I jest went to bein' a preacher, and Via found out dat dc pulpit knaway I this tube gets iiill.iiiu.dj on hac.i liimbluij hound or imperfect heating, and when it is over n slcepiu' call fur show in' off dunlins entirely closed deafness nnd stoh clothes. In do one place j ou's hem' unless the inllammation is the result, and can be taken out lawn all de time: in de odder, ou's only nnd this lube icstoicd to its normal con lawn when ou' mikm' up de' beds or dition, healing will be destroyed foreer; breshin' somebody's back1" Boston Globe. nine cases out of ten aie caused b c atari h, nut an ltitlauiccl condition On vis.tiug Niagara for the first time one which is notlung of the mucous surfaces Is apt to eairy awaj a falls impression. Wc will gie Onq Hundred Dollars fot an Harlem Life. case of Deafness (caused b. catarrh) tint cannot be cuied b Hall's Cutarih Cure. Hereafter we shall be able to show our Send for chcuI.uh. free teeth without having l.urope act as it we V J (hrnev& Co., Toledo, 0. had just cut them 'lown Topics Sold In llnigni'l" ""ic 1 H.ill'8 Warm Blood THE WEAKER VESSEL. JFIFTY-EIFT- H S CONGRESS. innil Brsilon. Hood 2Sarsa- - narilla , i j.thbet. WPUH OF y j'v; Looks Like Itnln. tha "It looks like rain today," slid regaffable milkman, as he Jumped the ular quart into the pitcher. "It alwajs does,' did the woman, and the milk man drove off wondering why some people take such gloomy views of BVcrytning. Keystone. So ue nt All. "Mistletoe is awfully scarce this ear," she said. "I'm afraid ma won't be able to get any." "Whit's the use?" he asked. And the sounds which foithwith ensued indicated that it was absolutely useless. Philadelphia North American. THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF. FIGS is duo not only to tho originality nnd simplicity of tho combination, but also to the caro and drill with which it is manufactured by (scientific processes known to tho California Fio Svrup Co. only, and wo wish to impress upon all tho importance of purchasing tho truo and original remedy. As tho genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the Calii'oiinia Fia Svnur Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding tho worthless imitations manufactured by other par-ticTho high standing of the California Fio Srnup Co. with the medical profession, nnd tho satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has 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 nets on tho kidneys, liver and bowcla without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, pleaso remember tho namo of the Company s. son Globe. One of (he I'eiuiltlrd of IVcnltli. If you are any man's rich kin. hit neighbors have heard all about jou. AtchiTo Cnrc a Cold In One Dny Take Laiatnc Ilromo Quinine Tablets.. Ah druggists refund monej if it fails to cure. 25c Well, an) how, the man at the foot of tha ladder doesn't hive to worry about falling off. L. A. W. Bulletin. believe Piso's Cure for Consumption saved my boy's life last summer. Mrs. Alhe Douglass, LcRoj--, Mich., Oct. 20, '91. I If we make the most of opportunities opportunities will make the most of us. L. A. V. Bulletin. Sudden weather changes bring Soreness, Stiffness. St. JaeobsOilbnngsa prompt cure. The lead pencil to make is sometimes hard pushed Chicago Daily News. Cure Rheumatism with St. Jacobs Oil Promptly. It saves money, time, suffering. Which is the harder, to make a million oi to die and leave it? Town Topics. Something very soothing in the use of St. Jacobs Oil for Neuralgia. Subdues and cures. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. HAM FKANCISOO, Col. LOUISVILLE. Ky. NEIV YOUtT. N. T. .s&s-S-sj- Fighting dogs meet their match. Horn. Ram'i a&r ) W&t with S p&in a R m Heroes of tm thousands of pi A; (fj. j- them, &tc suffering From lingering diseases induced by life in poisonous southern c&mos. the result of ch&rtdas of climate, or of imperfect nutrition c&used by im- proper and b&dly cooked Food. Sleeping on the ground tJ tt S i k JS a lesson from the experi ence of the thcdiseo.se. In such cases the Boys of '98 may t&ke rheumatism in hundreds who wctc predisposed to has doubtless developed House The houso devoted Its undivided attention again Tuesday to tho bill for tho iodl-tat Ion or tho criminal laws of Alaska and when adjournment w as had all but ten pages ot tho bill had been disposed ot. Wasiunuion, Jan. la Senate A climax wat reaihcd Wednesday In tho debate on the question ot expansion wtikh Is in progress in the senate. Heretofore nil of tho speeches with iho notable exception 'of that of Mr l'l.ut (Ci)limo been In opposition to wh.it Is presumed to bo tho polity of tho lulmlnKir.i-liowith respect to tho acquisition of Hie Philippines. Wednesday Mr. I'oraUcr (O) addressed tho scnato In opposition to ihe (iLClarntlon of tho Vest resolution that tho no constitution il United fetutcs has power to acquire icrrl-toforelgu to bo us maintained colonies. Mi l'oniker's strong assertion that thi ue quisiilonof tho l'hlllpplncs was tcmpor.tr in ih.ir.iLter treated a sensation In tho chamber lit maintained, howccr. that wo li.nc a li.U nt hi to hold tho Islumls permanently. Trior to ihe speech by Mr. Pornkcr a sharp dttuto wu pitflpltatcd by Mr Alien (Xcb.) by bomu remarks he nuulo upon .1 icsolutlon ho hud Mr. Hojl (Ma-s.mid Mr. Urjy (Uol ) were drawn Into It. -- Tho completed und pjsscd house llofst. the bill for tho todlilcatloii of tho criminal I in s of Alaska upon which It has bccnwuk-im- ; lmttmltitntl) for week. An amendment was udopttd prowdlne; a hluh lkcnso ijsi, in lu tho terittoiy with a spcclos of local opLiquor dealers by Its proiislons tion uro to ot j nw) piv n llcenso perje.ir uud thoionentof a majorityof too white tltlzciis irsldliig within two miles of liquor de.ilor s cs ubllshnicntmust bo obt nurd before a lkcnso cn bo bcturcd. An nltuupi to recommit the bill for tho purposo ot scuir-utho adoption of a pro lslon excluding toe- lets irom servico on juries was ucfeatcd 13. mii.noio.n Jun Sknaie Ut'le business was uansjcteit by tho scnato In open Msslon IlimsJaj Mxtceu blllson thcpntuio I onslon talendur were passed nnd a Joint rxtcndlnc tho thanks of concuss to Miss c lar.i Ilirton nnd other onicfuls of Hit Ited Cioss hotlttv for their beneficent work in Armenia and Cuba was adopted. llot'st Ihe houso Thursday pissed thi' diplomatic nrd tonsillar appropriation b II without amendment. During tho general two hot speeches were mado against by Mcsr- - C rimtl: and Oaim (Tenn ) The dlplomutlo and tonsillar Is tin sixth of tho regular appropriation bills to pis the hotts budgets jet rcuuta to bt noted upon Iho bill ns passed carries l 703 51! I Washington, Jan. II Sinati. In thi atc l'r d.i Mi McLaurln (dem , S. C. ) tool, ground In n carefull) rropnrcd spei tb slro ngji .st .1 lollcy of expansion by this rountn He titcdnsonoof ihe prlnUpal rookon--withe United States should not 0 dominion pcoplo who an ocr widely tho to piople of this countrj, the experience of the oouth with tho Negro raco Mr. SullUan (Jem Miss.) and Mr I'.t-c- o (dcm. Flu.) discus" I the pending Nitaragua canal bill, tho former supporting It and tho latter opposing It. The uprroprlallon bill was tkon-up- , bn lis corklderatlon wa not concluded bcfoi tic hour of adjournment. Hot si Tho houso Triday entered; upti the consideration of tho personnel MIL It developed much less opposition than was and tho Indications me that It will hue a largo majority when it Is plated upon It 1. sage. Tho last cstlge of opposition to 0 ol olllrerl mtasuie from tho lino navy was removed rrldayl ion tho on was nmendment adopted Wwlc-natct- l to prohibit staff officers ujon vfom the bill confers positive rank from rxercW ngiom-mansno in tholrown torps. I'lie committee also asserted their purposo to cili-ramendment Saturday to repeal tho Inn gl ngprlza money to the nmj, and this announcement met with warm approval. WvsillNOTO.v, Jan 16. Sk.n te t the opening of tho senate fcuturdaj morning Hie blind chaplain paid a tribute to tt" lut .N'cKon A letter was prcsenltd f m Mr Diiu'lev I'rjo (Me) president pro tern, iipnointmg Mi. G .lt.n,'cr (N.II.) to preside over ihe In of tho vlci president the absence and himself. Mr Proctor (Vt.) Intrdtttcd a joint resolution provfdlng for busts 01 tho late benntor Morrill and benator Voortc s'to bo placed In tho national llbinrj. '1 ho n tolutlon was referred to tho llbraiT commit s. Senator Hoir Introduced u resolution si .tlrig fo: the freedom of tho rillplnos HocbE Tho houso ot reprcicntatiM assembled Saturday under clrcumstantcsof tc6pnnd universal sorrow In tho death of Itcrrescntn-tlv- o Nelson Dlngloy, of Maine. As Speaker Reed entered the thamber a hush fell upon Ihe members, who, a moment later rose iml with bowed heads listened to the cloqucn tribute Kev Di from tho chaplain. Condon. Iloutolle, tho Mr. Kcnlor member delegation wa Malno of tho then recognized for nn iinnountemcnt of thf demise of his colleague, which was mide li feeling Mr l)o 'ide then and appreciative words. offered und tho houo adopted a soi e ofreto-lutlou- s prov Idlng for funeral i ercmon es In the and for acimmlttce hall of tho houso Mond of nlno members to .actompanv the r mains to Maine. The resolutions concluded u ih u motion tondjouin.' AVASiUNUroN, Jnn 17 -- The stum held no session for tho of Ijlsiucsi Mon-dWhen tho body conventd at I'o'c.ocklt protecded at onto to tho hall of iht houso of representatives to attend as a i0d tho obsoqulos of tho lato Rnnrespntatno Nclbon 1 Dinglcv o clock At the fonato icturncd to Its chamber, Jon ithan JJoss. appointed by Gov. feinlih, of Verinnn i, mi Iho utioxplrcd term of tho lute Sennoi Jusllh C. Motrin, was sworn In, and at 07 p r.i , on of Mr. Allison, tho scntito adjourned until Tuesday House Tho following bills were intro.hicod Mondiy: Hy Mr. Dolllver. of Iowa torodcem outstnndlng I per tent, tcrtltleatcs of deposit Issued under authority of tho net of Pebruity 20. 1879; by Mr. llutler, of Pennsvlianla.Jo reimburse petty officers and men who cnlisicd In tho navy forono jear. or during tho war with for necessary clothing etc paid for by thcnislvcs. After tho funeral obsqulcs over the remains of Heprcsentntlve Dlngloy. tho house adjourned until Tucsi'av n i) ) 11 11 rto-lutlo- n -n 111 d 1 tran-uttloaj 1 mo-tl- or Sp-il- sent. 11. SitfATB Scnitor occupied tno attention of the senate for nearly an hour and it halt Tuesdaj In support ot his resolution declaring that tho United States wll never attempt to govern tho pcoplo of any country without their con Mason (HI Washington, Jan. ) U Axln minor. Asia Minor shall evenThe Cltlxen Gets Und- - tually Dass from the possession of Mohammedanism, and whether (Sermany accomy Snubbed In Ills Intercouse plices the task or not, the Sultan must yield tvlth tlicXSiiEllab. to Christian nation. It ii just as inevitable that diseases of the digestive organs mtnt yiojd to Hostettcr'a Stomach Kitten. The William Waldorf Astor, the expatriated American millionaire, who now resides in disorders of this kind are usually called dvs-London, is the subject of a lengthy bioaraDh. constipation and biliousness. Ihe v litters are cnually pood for all such comicai siieirn in iifiJiiB, a publication issued in the Hiitish capital. Incidental to tho plaints, rcgaruVsi of the name. sketch it is related how the duchtss of Clevchni ccntly set him down on one occaSnnlinrr Notes. sion. When his grand estate offices on the "It seems to me, doctor, that your prices Ihniics embankment were finished he give are rather steep." a magnificent banquet toanumberof swells, "Well, you must bear in mind that it is fahovvinjz one of the staircases in the building not my own health for which I am running to the duchess, Mr. Astor is alleged to have a sanitarium." Indianapolis Journal. asked: "Isn't that handsome, your grace?" Foolish, Indeed, ;'cs,t itit certainly is," replied the duchess. The Belle A man looks awfully foolish more so than any other staircase when he's proposing. Isn ou ever saw?" Mr. Astor is reported to The Benedict Yes. nnd tlicy dare to talk have persisted. about "appearances being deceptive." N. At this the duchess' back very naturally Y. Journal. , got up. "Yes," she said, gently, "1 admire it very Very Iiinr Ilntrii Via the MlNinnrl, much. It is much finer than our old stairKnnmiit . Tctna Ilnllnny. case at Ilattle abbey, which has been spoiled excursions to the south-vves- t. these 200 or 300 v ears by the spun ot those The greatest opportunity to visit stupid old knights." Texas, the Umpire state of the Union, unIhttle abbey is probably the grandest old paralleled as to resources ami products and ... ... .,...!,,! u,i tompareu vvitn tlive- - with an area exceeding all the Eastern and A8tor " ' 0,ntry house, is like n Middle States. The statistical reports of ?.i battleship to n torpedo boat. products, as compiled Another story with a similar point is re- of Texas, indicate this by tho commissioners having the section lated in the same sketch. Mr. Astor, it is greatest possible advantages inas mild and Us nycrretl, was lost in ndmiiation of the duke eqmble cliiinte and in the variety and pro01 ii fsiuiiiisier s nvv nt l livcdcu iv hen he ductiveness of its first saw it and, it is said, asked the gar- mation, descupttve soil. For further infor rninphlets and dates of dener: excursions, apply to II. F. Kowsher.Dist.r. J" J pu grow turf like that?" A , Cincinnati, 0. mj s the gardener, rubbing his " chin ami looking very innocent, "von jest Informntlon. sows jcr seed nnd then 'as it rolled every Jaiiue Pa, what is "lese majeste?" ngo d.iv for 100 jcirs or so, ChronPa That's the Latin way of calling a icle. crowned head a blamed chump. Cleveland Leader. ttrortrle'n Itnlnp. There are several children in the family, Superlative. and they were talking of their garden. It "I am going to plant the seeds Uncle gets is not the best man at n wedding who a better half. N. O. Picajunc. John gave me," said one, "and raise the most bciutilul flowers." Tf you lend your moncv ou mav Joc your "I am going to raise pinks and violets," said another. friend hut he is generally cheap at the I'm going to raise tube roses," said price. Town Topics. "And TAKING ASTOR DOWN. It is inevitable that Germany nnd &ue Cure Semi-monthl- '... When the children cct their feet wet and take cold give them a hot foot bath, a bowl of hot drink, a dose 01 Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and put them to bed. The chances arc they will be ail right in the morning. Continue the Cherry Pectoral a few days, until all cough has disappeared. Old coughs arc also cured; we mean the couchs of bron chltis, weak throats and irritable lungs. Even the hard coughs of consumption arc always made easy and frequently cured by the continued use of Colds " Ayefs Cherry Pectoral Fverv doctor knows thai- - wild cherry bark is the best remedy Known to mcuii'ui &ciencc lor soothing and healing inflamed throats and lungs. 11 '?; sir."-Chie- Hut the little bov slid nothing. Sorrow makes men situerc and anguish He 1ml no seeds to plant. makes them eat nest. llccchcr. And presently his mother noticed tint he took no pirt in the chatter, and her Kul, Worbc, Worst Sprain. Hood, Better, heait npioto her. "And vvhit is Gcorgic going to raise?" Ktst ltemtdy bt. Jatobs Oil. she akcd. You IVrlnps Georgic's lip trembled, but his dozen. enn nlwavs get pennies at 12 cents a Golden Dijs. .oic" didn't. "O," he Mid.' stoutly, "I guess I cm C!o to work on Lumbago as if jou intended mo a noun or two. Cleveland Plain to cure it. Use bt. Jutobs Oil. Dealer. The more worthless the man, the better Kmplover (irascihlj ) "Cnfound that his health. Atchison Globe. bov1 He's never around when lie is wanted." Clerk "1 think it must be hereditary Deep as is the Sciatic nerve, St Jacobs with him, sir. His father is a policema.i." Oil will penetrate and tttre bciatita. Golden l)as. Hf- - the third. Put ono of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral oves yassr Bungs Tho Beat Medlsni Advlco Frcol Wo now bare tomeo! tlio roost eml-replirilclnnt In tb United Mates. Itimiiifli nDTwiriunitlot nnd lonrcxuerl. encn emlnnitlr Ot them for clvluc you iictiy uit tha men rsi nanco. rnrtt(Mlnra In vmir nnia rillfl. .T. C. AYKU. Addren, Lowoll, M&13. Plasters You enn't preserve happiness in "family Rht "You played poker njrain lat night." A. W Bulletin (who lost all he hid) "Xn, my dear; I jaiis"-- L. was mcrclv nn onlooker at the game." Philadelphia North American. lr. THE MARKETS. LIVESTOCIC-Cnttlc.iominon- rccsooecaso3scasoB6eoe9a FOR 14 GENTS f rwj. ltlp Lr.bba:c, " Iirlr Hod Hot, karllnt " )inI.lshtn'KCurnmbcrl .W Cincinnati Jan S 17 Sight.. IM 4 15 w 1'J Si'lett butchers CALVKSv-ralrtogo-od if. . Mixed packers. I.lL'ht shippers PlUIIU'-Chol- ce ly tiAMii l'l.OUn.-Wlntcrfnml- .. ., now 2 HIM 3 15 3 45 3 4S 3 ID U 41) I Ol 66 li 75 Tt 2 15 "ClSC'tmrra do nil clnlnud foi- - Ct.cm amlnro a truly wonderful incdiclno I lmtcolicn BLO D mm iifWSSVfw cw cuitnmvri, anil lionow offer 1UO l'kir. 13 I)1T lUillsh. 1 Wowiihtopjalnthisrearaxuioo P loo W loo 0) ? W ' f, Sfr I ill 5 jiJlB to ft & W C .1 etftoo lis 3 I) 7J O) nliliort tor n nieitlcliio pleasant to tuko and at last hiTo found It In Caoaiots Hlneo laklnutlicru mr bio.! h.i been inirllleil nmt mr comtileU!n hns ironiiort ullr and I ttol nurh better In overr nay. ilus.SAt-i.tal- i bELLAtis.l.uttreil.'renn. No. Jrrd CornNo Itje-N- Prlm to rholco l'KOVlSIONb Mess p rl; . '.. . I.ard MfTTKK Choice dnlry I'rlmo to tholco crcumcrv AI'I'M--Choice to fancy.... rOi.VlOKSj.-l'o- r bbl ITAY -- OatsXaS o. 2 mixed Wi -- JVi 01 10 6' 8 73 3 2T. (ft 5 30 II W d6 'Mi 7. 3 73 1 K,t THAOE MARK 3 " cjLoO 0 TV'rth 1.00,Jorl ternti, AboT10pVB. north 81 CO, wo will 9 mail you free, together with oar great Plant anil seed Catalogue ml It upon receipt di inn iiuiirtf a f J IM j,.now when roQ once trr Snl y r'n ffetalnnirwlln- - Y outthem. (InlnnSeeil IINr.anil V O aSrtitteiu. it lb, Polatnra nt HI.'.'O 9 rif4:aIlb.OataloBlonetc. No. K. S joiii a. RiucH hir.u to. la t runic wis. " alifornia I Tomato, Sua Ho j:rl DIhikitIcOnion, ilrllllant 1 loiter Sec J,JV) ( Htlzar'sllFKtLrttnrr. UZ 2 2 9 )o m HMYTBRIOZ 9aaeeeaeG9939G98scx)as $ H11I)KI13 OK THIS PAFXK DKSIIIINO TO UOY ANTTIIINO ADVKIIT1SKD IN ITS COLUMNS S1IOUU) INSIST Ul'ON IIAV1KC1 WHAT THEY ASK KOK. ItKHJSlNO ALL 8UUSTITUTK3 Oil IMITATIONS. Sil.' nr o $ MJ 3 CO W) CIIIOAUO. COHN-OAT-- - rr.Ot"K Wlnterpntenl S red CHAIN Whcut-K- o. Nt. J CulcaifO Aprlng Nc, .. l'OKIC 3 No 2 I.AItU Mcam Mes 3 7D 71H CT)i S5tf di 27 0 90 di 0 l5 6 55 fe f MM 71 (i ft rioaint. ralatabtn. Potent. TaMo Com! IXi Qcotl, hcrer hlcken. Weaken. cr Crlpc. 10c.Jjc.00c, ... tllrllaf nnard; C3SJt0 it J CURE CONSTIPATION. rop.;, IMri, lUalrril, Mfl.TD.nAP U'DHb art. 319 Solclninl oiinr-inleebf nil drug gists to CUIIB Tobacco llablu K ... I TLOUIt 5Vlntrrpitent WHKAT No. 2rod ( OllN No. 2 mixed OA'l! Mixed l'OItlv New Mess LAUD Western 11AI.TIMOK1:. UYK Ni:V YOUIC 3 75 4jy,fr fi. 10 ). 4 (X) HO', 41 immmmtmmmmm 'Your? Own Uiajv H 31 00 ftlO 25 65W fiWIlSRALO For IH ri.OUIt Family UKAIN l'limllv vvheau outhcn Wheat Oats No 2 w hlto Itvr No 2 Western CATTLi: Ilrst quality HOQb Wostcrn INDIANAPOLIS. CHAIN Wheat No 2. Corn Na 2 mixed Oats No. 2mlxcd I.OUISVII.I.U. rr.OUIt Winter patont ..... UKAIN Wheat No. 2 red.. . Corn-Mi- xed Corn Mixed 3 35 3 50 7il di '&( 77 3 W 40 4)', a 4 23 t M, 40 '.) OOJJ 4 4 10 DECORATING WALLS and CEILINGS own mattrlalla a frim yourRroerror paint dealer and do your as decoratlnjr rhtMilled In twentvHAICI) IIN-Ih- ll to be npplleit with a bruah and becomes bard ns Cement four tints and woiksrauallyasnellnlibcolilorhotwaler. rOLUR 'A you In the iweend for 9AMPI.Kand wo will put ItDH an.I It you cannot purchase th U material from jour local dealers lot us know .yorouiaininiMi. THE MUBALO OOMPANY, NEW ORIQHTOt. 8. 1., NEW YORK. WATER COLOR PAIWTS :AWVf MURALO 35 -- 8$ 3 73 n SOlilf. 4 0) "n 37 10 5 .! (X) O rOltlC-Mess lxtd STAR PLUG L. & M, NATURAL LEAF PLUG CLIPPER PLUG CORKER STONE PLUG SLEDGE PLUG SCALPING KNIFE PLUG SLEDGE MIXTURE SMOKING st LAH1 bicam 35 LIGGETT & JIYlinS TOBACCO COMP'Y, TRUST orI COMBINE ivrrmufnoturer. Not JVSlC3l.& faV TWO GEATEFUL WOMEN lioatorod to Hoalth by Lydla B. Pinkham's Vogotablo Oompound. "Can Do My Own Work." Mrs. West Winstcd, Conn., Writes: I "Dkais Mus. PiNitnAsi: It Is 5vith that I 5vrito to you of tho pleasuro benefit I Iwo derived from usinff your TrCTA -! "BKSVaTY US THE SOUL OSF WIT." GOOD WSFE, YOU MEED Patrick DASEnv, T t H T5 r f ttt i f I- t t- i i i i i i " iii I 1 5VOnderf ul Vegetable Compound. 1 was very ill, suffered with fcmalo weak- ness and displacement of tho womb. AHOOT INCHESTOB IfiAPElT T11 Heroes f the Civil Hundreds of the Boys X of '63 h&.vc testified to the VJ efficacy of Dr. Williams" C Pink Pills for Pale People j in driving out malaria,, c rheumatism ana otneT tonic in M These pills aie the best of hardship tho floor, I suffered to with pain in my Waphinoto.v, Jan. 17. Thf nuvy wns Infoimed Monday that sldo and small of my back. Vas trouwould and nt the Hcnnlnpton willed ftom Honolulu bled 5vith bloating,terrible times in my pain faint away; had a on the 7th Inst. forUuam in accordance heart, a bad tasto in my mouth all the with the ot tiers, of the navy departtime and would vomit; but now, thanks ment. On the way over bho will' stop to Mrs. Piukharu and Iter Vegetable-Compound- , nt Wake island nnd take possession of I feel 5vell und Bleep well, it fot ttsc ns a c.iblc .station. '1'ho Cys- can do my work 5vithout feeling tired; tine sailed Sunday ft out Sa.i Juan dc do not bloat or havo any troublo Porto Uico for (librnlt.ir. hho Is jo'.ng whatever. ,lI sincerely thank you for tho good to tho I'hllipplnes to icisfou-- Ueuey' Edvicoyougavomo and for what your fleet. medicino has done for me." IIb Must Untie. Tnke PcissH'Rliui if AViil, In'nnil, , "Icouldnotslccpatnight.hadtowalk nui ?.im C3eli Tho Oroat Burllnston, rout iwsVJrKrrlfi with 160 vaci'abln S Used others. areola nil j ). dyAllthe GiampiomShots. Sim nam: oh a Pcstalqcid. IlllXTPATtO QTAIOOIX. I na 152 PAC ducted Excurcions IjOui3, Personally Con- t0 CnlilorniamM fugot uiai.'wnHianHM93U NCItEirB RtPEATlflG AHMS (fi? 110 WkkstmUvs. tortktm. Conn Jj diseases contracted during their dys and in privation the vrmy. the world. it ? XP. 7 scrveil in the 83rd Pennsylvania Volunteer. He went to the war a Igor- ictlm ol sciatic rlieu- 011s fanner's boy anil came backv broken In liex.lth,n mutism. Most of the time he was unfitted for manual labor of any kluu, Ifeunysi "Nothlngseeraed nnd his siiOcrlniu nrre at nil time intense. to rivs me permanent relief until 1irec years ago, when my attention was called to some of the wonderful cities effected ly I)r. Williams' Fink Tills for rale People. I had not taken more than hair a box when I uoncea an Improvement In my condition, ami I keea on improving steadily. To them I owe my restoration to health. They arc a grand remedy.".!. burling DtiNoct at'Mtitaft . , -.j r ..-.- -r .... At tl box, by tn Dt. O. V, SchcnCctkdy.H.V. AsaUoliliison,orMt.hterlIup.lU..lsavtlcranortheClvllwar,havlntf ... j..:.. Viia.miM(littn 5 C., C222'5-i2Sr3i'- l'liii.ADiif.niiA.uan. 17. The supreme "Cnnnot Tralio It Enough.' court Monday nillrmcd the decision of tho court of oyer and teum r of Ale-gen- y Miss Gektie Dumkix, Franklin, Neb., writes: county, in the case of Williiun Illllman, who vv ns convicted in October " I suffered for somo time 5vlth painlast of muiderlnj,' Ilcrtha Spiegel. 11 ful and irregular incn&truation, tailing yirl in Pittsbuifjli. Illllmai of tha womb and pain in tha back. I had been scntcneeil to death. tried physicians, but fouad no relief. " I was at laut persuaded to try Lydia IllucK Hurtled. E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound, UoonnousK, 111., ouu. 17, Firo de- and cannot pralso it enough for what stroyed an cntiic blocie of four build- it has done for me. I feel liko tv new ings on tho west side of tho public person, and would not part vith your medicine. 1 have recommended. U to square. Loss 53:3,000. several of my friends." n-- Chicago and nusas City, Tin econlo l3thiniilykiirriireln Oolorndo. vinBllllnBDNorthwost Tho Strong Lino nitlHorca iindall l'l-es- ' tho world for riirnuln liana Ulcrre, NKraft'lona Vlruiii, nrl- one--, '"".liWnnBi ihIIs. iVncknits, nnd uerer Driwaoiitnllnouon Mi Aliaceaaon. all ilcttaal'o to Montana, P a grot Sound, savinsr 50 to 6 00 milcD journoy froin Miosouri Vnlloy. write LW.WAK-LEG.P. A., St. Louis, Mo., foriiiuotnitotlpam-phlots- CO., SI. Unrin, CiHi Wonndi. I'ymnll.vimll I'aul, Allun. rti.lU by Diusislsis- t'lles. MM3&mm3$?!iA ll.F Fli rAILfT. CL'RS WHist AH Beat Uonuh, Eyrup. Tutfa (Jojd. DtD in iimn. miiii nr nnielru. . A. N. IC.- -C NEWDISCOVERYiclvoa Quick rotlof and cut ej woist Boua lur biu '.( totlmoniils i.n I lo dujra' ca.ei. U vatmeat 1'ixc Dr. U. u. uuaai'd 6iji,itliu,u J744 VIIKN WaiTlNG 'CO AUVSUTJStiltl please atcto tbt yoq UtT "JiV l.V3i't'aU Eiea. ic tut iiUDCr li