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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r IYV 3Lnn1 etn n in4I+ VOLUME XIV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLEOOUNTY KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23 1900 NUMBER 22 n Lr gr eC S efr6 e if j STATE NEWS PICK= UPS I i3 4Jaaasssa s ssgsss DEMURRERS OVERRULED Federal Court Will Hear Election Cases 111 Which It Is Charged XesrroeM Were Intimidated Louisville lYt eb201n the cases of several persons arrested dur ing the recent state election for al leged intimidation of Negro voters Judge Evans in the United States court overruled the demurrer of the defendants which brought into ques tion the jurisdiction of the federal court Judge Evans held that con gress passed Section 5507 of the Unit ed States statutes to protect the col ored peeJple in their right of suffrage that 5508 was passed to prevent per sons from conspiring to injure and oppress thus insuring this class of voters the free exercise of their right of franchise that congress had the power to pass such laws as the only real guarantee of liberty and that it was the of the court to see that the prOviS 9Of the statutes were enforced v 4- Ha heldJfcjjiatMf congress had no power to protecjt the colored people agaist inthnidjri1fcm etc then they were left at the mercy of combina lions of politicians and brute force and the fact that the election was one at which onIJ officers of the state anywisetalUnited States court to protect the colored voters under the constitutional amendments and sections referred to AGAIN IN TROUBLE Editor Moore Will Be Asked to Ex plain to a Louisville Court Why He Han Krolccn ilin Promise Louisville Ky Feb 20C C Moore elitor of the Blue Grass Blade of troublIthloughtheshow why clemency extended him two years ago should not be revoked and sentence passed on him District Attorney Hill has asked for a capias Mr Hill says that agobeforethroughtheL 3 promise not to repeat the offense judgment was suspended Mr Hill says that he now has information of an official nature that Moore has broken mailsjHecourt and sentence pronounced Death of Judge Richard A Bnckner Lexington Ky Feb 20 Judge Richard A Buckner one of the mos noted lawyers of the Kentucky bar ofI a half century ago died here in s B7th year He was an intense union man during tIle civil war and didI much to keep Kentucky from seced ing He was commonwealths attor ney and circuit judge for this district land was defeated for congress in 1863 after a hot campaign He was one ofI the commissioners appointed to edit the lepIrescntatIves Celebrated Her lO3d Birthday Lexington Ky Feb lSPoUy Cloud Graves celebrated her 103d birthday anniversary She was born seven miles from Lexington on Cane Run creek Her grandfather was Maj Thomas Graves of the staff of GenI Lafayette during the revolution She- has all her faculties but her eyesight is slightly impaired Of 13 children but two are living One son who was cashier of the City here died two years agoIMedals for Cynthiana Ky enth annual meeting of the Midwinter Declamatory union was held at the opera house here Mr P D Porter of the Kentucky university Lexington won the first prize his subject being The Burgomasters Death The sec ond medal was awarded to Henry Browning Ciceronian Society college Georgetown Other speakers were D R McKinley and W H Reese chester B S Van Meter J T Gunn A and M RichmondI ton and B Letcher LINortonthis city The judges for the occa sion were the Rev Messrs McElroy Oney Norton Spears and Haley of this place They Wont to Go to Congress Greenup Ky Feb lSHon W Cole has announced his candidacy for congress from this the Ninth congressional district He is a son of ex Circuit Judge A E Cole of Maysville and a lawyer of some note Hon Frank Powers of Grayscn Carter county and Hon E B Hager of Ash jind are also aspiring for the nomina MOP nit subject to dcjggrncy8 QIJI COMMITTEE CALL One for Kentucky Republicans Will Be Issued in a Few Day Some 01 the Candidates Louisville Ky Feb 18 Chairman C M Barnett of the republican state central committee will in a few days intto set a time for the state convention to elect delegates to the national republican convention Many names are suggested by the republic AmongtJlemboe John W Yerkes Sam J Roberts S Taylor Albert S White and NiA Gaines Those mentioned as possible dele gates from the Fifth Congressional district are Postmaster Baker Charles andIIe men selected un goinCONDUCTOR SUSTAINED PnsscngerI Louisville Ky Feb 20Jo the law and equity division Judge Toney hand damagetLouisville Henderson d St Louis railroad The decision was on the validity of the nontransferable clause in a railroad pass tThe plaintiff was ejected froth a train at West Point Ky Decembejr1 19 1899 and walked back to LouisviHoJ a heavy rain The ticket prdffe a was a nontransferable pass issinntoT 1ifbeenscalper Judge Toney held that the conductor was right in refusing trans portation jothe plaintiff under the circumstances f v 4l 1 OV Harecl Not Indicted IISenator Ky Feb 19The Jeffers inIebgan county on John H Whallens falseIwas a victory for Senator Harrel and was shared in by the democratic members theIindictment will be resubmitted to the March grand jury Harrelcharged andIo Goebel A Saber for lint Edwards Frankfort Ky Feb 20 Officers of tflue Second regiment and members of the battalion commanded by Maj Covingtonjpresent to him this week The saber is gold mounted and cost 75 Breckcnridgrc Will Speak in Canada Lexington Ky Feb 20CoI W C P Breckenridge has accepted an in vitation from the AngloSaxon union of Toronto to attend a banquet thereon February 22 and respond to a toast u The Union Jack and the Stars and Stripes Among the others invited to respond to toasts will be Lord Charles Beresford of England Blown Into the Air Greenup Ky Feb SThe boile- of Boggs Cos large saw and mill at Warnock exploded The entir structure was completely wrecked causing a loss of several thousand dollars John Braden and H N Ratcliff two workmen were blown several feet in the air and are so seriously injured that they will die- Inzestlgning a Tradition rIJoweAttorney Wallace Muir says there a tradition in his family that the on which the city of Lexington built was granted to his grandfather William Lowe for his services in th war of the revolution W H Polk a ttas gen erally considered Miners Locked Out Williamsburg Ky Feb 17Opera tors of the Proctors coal mines at Red Ash locked out several hundred miners members of the United Mine Workers of America who were about to make a a wage increase in conformance with the recent Indianapolis agreement The operators decline to men The daTY south Death of George Bcttin Lancaster Ky Feb 16 Mr Geo Bettis a prominent citizen of this county died here of pneumonia Mr Betti was formerly connected with ingfH P ias5Tii r sct iFirstWashington Feii3iSehfttoThe finan clal debate was continued Two greats s hemateandbothclose attention The first was delivered by Mr ta the APeSentedhisthe pen se die yT ev declare that the bill idsAirvlctoils un warranteai Conferring too greatjpower upon and country to a golden curreneyHe dis cussed the question from a historical and philosophical viewpoint w Yorkdelegationwere apprised of ings and appropriate re olutlons tlehOUSthehouseMrChickeringrespect the house adjourned at 25 routineer it was concluded the financial bill was presented by the chair and after 2 oclock the debate proceeded under the ten min ndInterestingproxlmately the majority on the passage of the biih wafc t n Mr Cltaiidler rep N H offered an amciidnieilt to- uthorize the president to com mIssioners to any international bimetallic conference that might be called and it was defeated by a vote of 45 to s coniderationMrHemchWt1the bin l hi it tij rettocts OiVthd Robbinswere submitted The majority reported in minorityInwas token Washington Feb 15 Senate The senj thedecisiveof the amendments were adopted viz eontlrtitteekeeping ofMinnesotawith 25000 capital In town of not over 4000 The bill as passed provides that nlnetenthsvalue and that all forms of United States money shall be maintained at a parity anigreenbacksHoiise The house completed 26 of the 124 pages of the legislative executive arid judicial appropriation bill without amend ment During the general debate a va MrBQuteJlejShoxfcilter 0iL discussed the Philippine GIlle11IIJnderwoflYteen hNtJ it to the nstlhttton ac Corisdertionihilipplmquestion thepteved toe United States ought to re ofthisothedutyThe butbewith it sessionMr othehousebillandtheorderedrhet considerationdvote of 75 to the provision for the civil Thftheb111arose The night session for pensions wa postponed until Monday night Washington Feb HSenateNot in session thelegislative striking 7toduced Authorizing the appropriation o LoralnharborapproprIatedrivers and harbors committee to pen NLakeJWattsry at 550 a month bUlforpending against the United States in the circuit district courts affected by an offreao was adopted calling upon the comml forinformation hanotgovernt oemeasure Ions explaining In Detail Its provls e callIngtionas to the truth of statements made b Statesconsul cenSftVt liquorwasbeeropesixth Interestsr a f 1feet the revenue The debate upon the conslonger then began the speakers bins Dalehotel Guests Routed Out By FIre Itotelguests being forced out into the streets with the mercury hugging the zero mark rcN bbs cafe in the ho entirelwtelSix firemen were overcome by smoke siitaJaudoriginated in the basement under the cafe probably from electric wires The Hills Will Uepreicut Xciv Yorlc Danforthchairmnllstate executive committee says that electeddelegates conYcntionwankee New Yorks vote in the de pectgt x TWOHEADED SENATE Marshall and Carter Presided on Its Reassembling in Frankfort Tltc Action Unseating Taylor and Marshall Repeated 21 Democrat ic Senators VotingThere Was f a Quorum In the House Frankfort Ky Fglii gOzhe scnnt 3 convened at 1030 Monday bdtli Car ter and Marshall presiding the reptlb1 licansrecognizing Marshall adjourned after prayer and led by Lieut Gpv Marshall the republican senators left the hall The democratic senators recognizing President Pro Tern Cad ter paid fld attention to the republican proceedings and continued in session t The democratic senate then adopted a motion by Senator Allen ol Lexington to ratify and reaffirm the former senate by which Goebel was declared governor This prevailed on a viva voce voter liobody malting demand for the yens and nays Senator Triplett theIpurpose fquorum The democratic senators adjourned after adopting the Allen resolution The house convened at noon Speaker Trimble presiding The journal of the democratic legislature sitting at Louisville Saturday was read Mr Hickman dem demanded a roll call to ascertain the presence of a quorum The republicans did not answer t their names and only 53 of time democrats were present The house adopted a resolution di recting the custodian of public buildings to drape the legislative halls and state house with emblems of mourning andflo place the state capitpl flag at halfmast on account of the death of Senator Goebel The contest mat ter was not taken up Frankfort Ky Feb 20The im pression that the contest over the iteis fought to a finish in the courts is Jnthe democratic senators in their ses acdclared clnor lhedept blicaii- swhlioke for Taylorsa e WIll not recognize as legal the proceedings taken in the senate and which it is anticipated will be duplicated in the house but has told them that he looks upon them as illegal and will not quit the fight until the whole matter is passed on in the courts of last resort His position is that the former pro ceedings being void the ratification now gives them no legal vitality That the legal presiding officer Lieut Gov adovote was havenbeen taken by yeas and nays as in the resolutionsThe state contest board is expected to render a decision by Saturday seat ing the democratic contestants for minor state oftices The democratic contestants will then be sworn in and posfincumbentsying in the courts over the governor ship will be filed The most impor tant immediate effect of this will be to tie up securely every branch of the state government pending settlement of the contests by the courts as it is generally regarded as certain that banks county officials and probably every body else who have financial business with the state will refuse to officialseascertained Negotiations to settle the conflict between Lieut Gov Marshall and Sen ator Carter over the chair in the sen ate went on again but no agreement has been reached so far There is talk among the democratic senators of voting on the ratification rules etc REMOVEDs rSutton and Yrhittulcer Taken From Louisville to Frniilcfort and the Former Rclcnceil on Ball Frankfort Ky Feb 20J L Sut ton the sheriff of Whitley county who was recently arrested on a charge of complicity in the Goebel assassina tion was brought here from Louis 5vine and waived examination before County Judge Moran and was admit ted to bail This was the result of an bothbfor the prosecution and the defense Sutton left for home at once in company with his uncle State Inspector ListertHarland Whittaker who is also charted with complicity in the assassination was also returned from Louisville and turned over to the local authorities He will not waive exami notion but will go into trial County Attorney Pelsgrove and A E Willson Whiliakers attorneys had a talk by telephone and it was agreed Whitta kcrs trial should be called as soon as convenient for his counsel This will weekrntee Jones tin9tbC4 Suspect is also tallliclCf r k tJ FIRST NATIONAL BANKw OF STANFORD KY Capital SW 100000 Surplus 17320 DIRECTORSJ W Hayden W P Walton J H Collier M D Elmore J a Hockiq i F Bold T P Hill S H W A Tribble S T Harris fandM J Miller Wts solicit the accounts of the citizens of Eockcastle andadjoinIng countiesassuring them prompt and careful attention to all to tot1 CashierGO TO JONAS McKENZIEA MT VERNON KYt For Everything In Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes General Merchandise 0B ST GOODS AT LIVING PRICES COLI4VER OWENS 9 UNDERTAKERS Caskets Coins Robes etc Kept in Stock Orders by Moil Telegraph or Telephone Promptly Filled BROAOHBAD = = KENTUCKY THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANKJ OF STANFORD9 KY Capital iOOOOO Successors to Farmers Ml aid Trust Go STANFORD KY Arid continuously under same management for 29 yeas Solicits your Bank account hoping such bussiness rela ions will prove materially profitable and pleasant DIRECTORS J J Williams J E Lynn J S Owsley SrV 5 H Shanks William Gooch J F Cash 6 W Carpenter J B Owsley W H Cummins SH Shanks President J J B Owsley Cashier J W M Bright A St Cashier + Jo WILLIS GRIFFIN i Ptiat Unnirtktr AJSTD Funeral Director MT VERNON KY ieeps Coffins Caskets Robes Linen Besoms Cuffs and Collars Can Furnish Metallic Caskets and HAV Embalming Done on Short Notice and Easy Terms Jl Q lJq T 4pra h lT 9n iflp lL ltlQ 52JJ QfJllBl v T St Terabu Signal MT VERNON ICY FIB 23 00 lEoterrdut the Jit Vcrn df Uy Postoffice ns sec olltlas5muiJ matter 7 MASONIC AshJainJ lotljje No 640 uiects 2ri Mon Uiy 11 A m j CHURCHES Chriktian IIoldsKerviccsist 3r Sunday al Ma ni and at630p in PresbytcrianITohb services on the Ith r iday- R41list Church Services on the Second Shtuniny night antI Sunday Sunday School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights LOCAL and OTHERWISE Lyte Adams is quite sick W A Chestnut wastheie Mon day last W M Fields attended court here this week George Smiths wife died Satur day of fever A Gustavison was in from Rasp berry Monday Mrs DoN Williams has been very sick this week Dr T J Price of Lel Green was in town Monday M rs Manda Proctor is very ill this week with malaria fever Born to the wife of Rev Jim Riddle on the i4th a girlweight lolbs Tom Daniels and JoTin Nicely left Wednesday for Texas where they will locate Miss Pattie Green writes to a friend that she will payMt Vernou a visit next month W F Champ was over from Paint Lick Saturday and Sunday to see his best girl T C Rjinel says it is all a mistake about any member of his family having the smallpox Mr and Mrs Will Casper t of McWhorter visited relatives here the first of the week Mrs G C Fish presented her husband last weekwith a large healthy and handsome baby boy Manuel Ferrel a lunatic whom E Bullock Sr has been keeping for several years died Sunday morning rOur Circuit Clerk Ja mes Griffin was made happy Tuesday morn j ing by the arrival of a 12 lb boy at his house Attorney J R Cook of Somer set was here the first of the week to see his home folks and attend Circuit Court D N Williams Willis Griffin arid J S Joplin were named as jury Commissioners to select a jury for the next term of Court Mrs S L Whitehead of Nor ton Va is attending the bed side of her sick mother Mrs Margaret Fish who remains quite ill Dr Monroe Pennington has bougtit the house and lot now occupied by Judge J BFish from T J Cress and will move to it March 1st IW hear that Lieut Louis Dil lion 15 now on his way bzck to AmeJca trom the Philippines be ing forced to quit the service on frrotint of his health Miss Dorathy Letcher one of the able assistant teachers at the Col lege went home Monday night to attend the funeral of a relative She returned V dl1esdayI Mr Henry Fish who spends most of his time with his brother A TFish of Wildie was here visitiiig relatives and attending Court thefirst part of the week John Drew vas given a sentence ofeig1 tyears for the killing of Jes se Childress Ball who wasalso connected and indicted jointly with 3 rewliadhis trial continued unt- ilthejy term 1iI J ii r Di Leslie E Keeley inventor aof the gold cure died suddenly at his winter home Los Angeles Cal on Tuesday last DrE J Brown of Stanford left Thursday for New York to take a special course of lectures He will he absent for several vceks Col W G Welsh the able learned and astute lawyer of Stan ford was here Monday being attorney in several suits pending in Circuit Court Col D G Colson is muchworse A surgeoil from Louisvill has been sent for It is feared that more serious omplicati ns will aris from the wound in his arm The verdict of one year in the penitentiary ngainst James Price was set aside by Judge Morrow undI on request of the boys father he was sent to the reform school at Lexington The first steel at the plant of the Virginia Iron Coal and Coke Company at Middlesboio which has been undergoing repairs prepara tory to starting has just been made The run was ven successful Miss Ella Arnold a sixteenyear old daughter of H Clay Arnold died at Lancaster Kentucky of tuberculosis Three deaths have occurred in this famlyin less than a year two daughters dying from lung trouble j The SIGNAL extends its heart felt sympathy to Mr Geo E McCoy and three little children But fortunately for the litcle ones they have found another mother and a good one too in the person of Mrs Ina Miller Mrs Margaret Sambrook John Smith John Walton HVBow man Wm Fields John Magee Mart Hicks Capt W R Dillion and sons W B and Squire Russell Dillion of Livingston Were here Wednesday interested in the Sam brook Dillion trial Mrs Helen Conn Brown has been appointed County Chairman of the Goebel Monument Fund being raised by the gbotf women of Ken tucky This was an admirable se lection as Mrs Brown greatly ad mired Gov Goebel in life and is a i deep mourner in his death Harlan Whittaker and James L Sutton who are suspected of know ing the assassins of Gov Goebel and who have been held in the Louisvillejail were taken to Frank fort At Frankfort Sutton waived examination and was admitted to bail Whittaker will be tried I The case of John Meadows charged with the murder of Clayton Mathews after being well argued by Messis Morrow and Bethurum for the defendant and C C Williams and J N Sharp for the Commonwealth resulted in a hung jury which stood one for t5 year three for 2 years and eight for acquittal In the EK Wilson case that was called last week an excounty official attempted to bribe one of the standing jurors to be for an acquittal The proposition was that the juror was to qualify the de fense to accept him and he was then to be for finding Wilson lluf guilty for which the juror was to get ioo in cash and the wQuldbe bribers influence for the office of jailer next time Judge R G Williams has been appointed County Chairman of the Goebel Monument Fund and has selected the following committee to assist W C Muliins and E A Herrin Livingston A W Stew art and W H Jones Wildie Harve Dunn and Rev A J Pike Brodhead Wade Brown and W M Norton Level Green j J Baker and T J Nichols Cedar ville Granville Leese Gumsulphur Win Poynter S H Martin and E B Miller Mt Vernon Each contributor will be presented with a lithographic certificate containing Gov Goebds pictHre signature and his last words 2 j f ior Sales One hon e1nd lot situated in northern wing of town s S N Davis fe J For fire life and accident in surance call at the SIGNAL office E S ALBRIGHT Agent The rajlroaclcases were all con l tinned until the May ttrrnon ac count of i lift sine orCoL Walch the leading attorney for the plaint iff Ed Short while ingagedf in ai game of snowball on the streets here Tuesday fell and struck his arm against the pavement dislocat ing it The injury was very pain Jul though not serious POSTED I hereby warn all persons from tresspassing on my farm situated on Renfroes creek known as the Milton Hiatt farm JAMES CRAWFORD Brodhead Ky Rev Car nical preached at Flat Lick church on last Sunday the funeral of three people Frank McKinney Mrs George Smith and Mrs Geo Barnett The burial fall took place Immediately after the funeral exercises closed CARD OF THANKS I desire to expres through the columns of the SIGNAL my heart felt thanks and appreciation of the kindness shown me by my friencs during my recent bereavement GEO E McCov U S Marshal Short catches them ucomin and agwine He took to Louisville the first of the week the following persons Mary Jane Ros James Slagel James Brummet y Dollins Larkin Jtfui lins and Emma Smith The lat ter is 66 year old i AcyBryirit if rtia4 been judged as an idiot and iwlio las been supported for years by time State has been granteda pension fSit2 per month We dont know whether Acy evtsajvaj rgun of not but nevertheless we are gladj It was allowed him George Wrenn of Rpckcastle chargel with disturbing the peace irbtrce whose arrest xvasriiiddjem these columns last week was arraigned before Judge Million Saturday but oiLaccount ot the absence of important witnesses hfsVase was continued to Friday Feb 23 Richmond Register Mr G W Purcell a represent tive of the United Mine Workers has again been arrested at the inst ance bf the operators for attenipi iing to cause a strike His lawyer C C Williams who cleared him at London on the first charge was telegraphed for to be present Wednesday but could not go 611 llCOWe want to ask the Editor of the Kentucky Colonel where he got the information that pep ol licoffer Was killed t Perilt4Speed Frye did the killing Gen 2pllicoffer was killed at Mills Spring and a man by the name of Chisman did the shooting Frye hadnothing to do with it but it- aiwaysmade him smile whet men tioncd to think he ws given cred it for the work Chisman after wards went crazy on account of the murder and was4entto the asylum Dick Owens who was arrested near McKinney last week by Mar shal Shannon of Crap Orchard charged with the stealing ofa horse from James Crawford was tried here Tuesday and given a two years sentence TheIQWsentence is due to time fact that he plead guilty andwa therefore entitled to the lowest sentenoe This is the second time DicKh s goneto the pen having served a term about eight yeais ago foif robbing Mpse Langfords store It has only been a short liine since he tried to knock an engine off the track by sticking his legin front of it that he might have som clue for bring ing a suit which he dld but when Dick came in con tact with the L N1h met some characters about like himself Hpueyls sol he agaiff lot out J x f tY f jlL3 POSSUM HOLLER Level Green R it Dear Editor Through the mercies of a kind proviience I sun yet on pravin ground iplsulcg terms with the higher courts aud Supreme Judge while many of our LeIfore that Supreme Judge of the world Indeed the last week has been a harvast of death three lun erals at Flat Lick Sunday Mr Georgie Smith Mrs G W Bat nett and H F McKinney Mr McKinney was a leading citizen and prominent Mason of Wood stock lodge having filled with dis tiuction and credit all the import ant offices of his Lodge Mrs James Prewitt and Emau uel Ferrell also died and were interred on last Sabbath morning Wm Prewitt seemed to proving at last accounts Such sudden and severe changes in the weather as weve had this winter causes sickness and death so our doctors say and especially among the aged and infirm The electon muddle pow seems to be virtually settled So let our law makers get down to business and giveus a good school book law and such other changes as will help nil classesa change in dec tion laws if they can be bettered out hold to the Gob l law until it can be done Good schools cheaper books better roads and free and fair elections will insure good times in Kentucky it our criminal and penal statutes are en forced I am not a politician or an office seeker but an humble and law abiding citizen delighting in th- eedcatiiid up building of the masses andyvfclasses and the general happiness and prosperity ofall alike and for such I have always labored lid so long as I live arid atn pli3sically able will continue to labors A J Sears dur merchant has Heeii negotiatrng a salt of his prop erty ariaistore here to some parties from abroad M f tJ J Robt Sears jreturned from Rowland and settled down with us again Some of our citizens are preparing to migrate to Ind Better Stay here rri Kentucky its the best country in the world and especially this part of Kentucky Thethermometer registered 4 below zero Sunday morning Whew cold Qua good bunch of shoats can be purchased cheap here now No cattle mules or sheep for sale Speaking of needed changes in thatIu11lcellsus t1e trict It Should bvall means be raised from 45 to 55 There istoo much injustice UQW existing in the pay ment f teachers As weare too poorjnt most districts to supplement the teachers salary b local taxation the most deserving teachers eforcetlto teach for the draw of 45 pupils or not teach at all while greatly inferior persons both in scholarship and teaching by some hook crook or good fort 01I4jve the highest wages We hope tlmt our Representative will look alter this matter and have it regulated for in so doing he will do much toward the advancement of popular education HORSE NoTieij I wish to know wherebouts of one dark brown horse 5 or 6 years old red nose 454 hands high natural running walker slim neakshort head 3 white spots on back one pi side two on the Qther wears a No 2 shoe Was traded to Geo Hasty at Mt Vernon first day of Court Court I have mortgage on horse Wm T Brown Livingston Ky FROST BITES ANn CHILBLAINS quickly cured by Banner Salve the most healing reinedy in the world C C Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hbgan Bros Livmgtoir jfj w C 1 Dp SET H UR UM Accused of Trying o Bi ibo a a Juror The following affidavit was filed Wednesday morning in the Circuit Curt by Commonwealth Attorney Sharp The affiant Elisha Bullock says that at the present regular term of the Rockcastle Circuit Court he was duly enipanneled as one of the standing petit jurors for said term that about noon on Wednesday February 14th 1900 while affiant was serving in such capacity D P Bethurum np proached this affiant near the cor ncr of old brick hotel now occu pied by S AV Davis that the said Bethurunrrequested the affiant to go around to Davis stable with re1questedhim which he didand then re quested the affian to come to the Miller House that night and he aid this affiant would talk awhile on the incoming county elections f that this affiant went to the said hotel that night and was in the public room and the said Bethuru m came in and took him out into the garden and jthal said Bethurum then and there said to the affiant that it was no trouble for the affi ant to win the nomination for jailer if he Iud two hundred dollars in money that he had always been for the affiiant and he wouldnot himself be a candidate and that he could do something for him That he offered and gave affiant a drink ofspirituous liquors and then said that the boys had been in the habit of cutting the affiant off of- thejury but that he Bethurum was toselectthe jury in the E K Wilson case that they had left that to him Bethurum arid that old man Wilson has lots of money and we will take you on the jury and itssou will stick to us we wi 1rtward you with a hundred dollars The affiant says that there was at said time a prosecution pending in said Court wherein The Commonwealth of Kentucky was plaint- iffandEKWjlson defendant wherein said Wilson was charged of the crime of murder and which said prosecution was on the next day thereafter to be called for trial Thatsaid Bethurun was at the time interested in the defense of said Wilson BULLOCKI e ary 2istrooo Sj F GRIFFIN C R C C A Copy Attest J F GRIFFIN C R C C By W T Short D C Commonwealth Atty Sharp moved the Court for a rule against Bethurum returnable on the 1st day of the May term to show cause why he should not be pun ished for contempt of Court and disbarred as an attorney Ahich was granted TOWN TALK War has itSLaw of Honor Our war of low prices against other re tail houses is carried on for the benifit of the consumers U G Baker A little saving now and then iSI relished by the best of men 4x coffee roc per pound finest patent flour + per barrel Daisy flour 360 per barrel U G Bake Its prices like ours that keep us busy Largest stock of clothing in Rockcastle Mens suits at3 4 5 and 6 U G Baker Theres no faton our prices mere skeletons Biggest stock of shoes in Mt Vernon all bought before the advance consequently are 25 per cent lower than you will find them elsewhere U G Baker Agents oil salary of 1500 per week and expenses the greatest agent seller ever produced eveiy stock and poultry raiser buys it on sight Hustlers wanted Reffer once Address with stamp Amer ican Mfg Co Terre Haut md- feb3 Iyr J =l ORLANDO James Hamnij i1 JFt lrCfl con find to his ropn J tJH miat1slD is nowout bm hti1 1jf e5a cane as a reiiinder of yglIdmmys Missldii Chiidiv s j n the sid list this weeki Geo Johnson D IL Langford A j Mason andotVTH arc ajtend ing Court at Mt V rnon this week A J Moore has bought the Langford mill an 1 viSi move it to Jackson county in the near future- J B Childresi icug Deputy Sheriff was here sertg warrants on witnesse who fuiVfhto answer at Circuit Court Highwater almost stopped busi ness several days last week A brief ge is badly rieeded t this place J B Owens of Kie Station was here on business ist week e I have always used Foleys Honey and Tar cough medicine think it the best in she worlds ys Chas Bender a nf dealer of Erie Pa C C Davis Co Mi Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Han Bros Livingston I think I would gi crazy with pain were itnot for Chamberlains Pain Balm writes Mr W H Stapleton Herminie Pa 1 have been afflicted with rheumatism for several years and have tried remedies without number but Palo Balm is the best medicine r haye got hold of One application relieves the pain Forsaleb Theo Wesley druggist Mt Vernon In cases of whooping cou h it lique fies the tough mucus making it easier to expectorate and lessens the severity and frequency of the pnrox sins of coughing thus da priving that disease of all danger ous consequences For sale by Theo Wesley druggist Mt Ver non 3943 r 1ST BANK NATKHAL OF J ON DOTIr 1 1 14 i Capital 50000 j Surplus ioooOr V BOREING M HOPE Jfresideht Vice President R M JACKSON Cashier WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS ASHAMED OF HIS TEETH MallY men are and yet it is neither painful troublesome or ex pensive to have those that are pos sible to save but in perfect condi tim and those that are not extracted and replaced by- ARTIFICIAL TEETH which will do everything required f of them OUR DENTAL WORK is second to none in the cityTe make Teeth on Plates or CrOwn and Bridge Work on Gold Our Rubber Plates with Alumin urn lining and shaded pink rubber are the most beautiful and lasting that can be made We charge for gold bridge fining 150 for solid gold crown 550 gold bridge work 550 per tooth 22 carat gold See us before you have work done A work guaranteed DR VH HOBSON M D D D S Office in the Hobson Building next door to the government build 3 ing Richmond Ky Insurance of all kinds Call at the SIgnal office JVItV yorflen i 1 MtVernon Signal FRIDAY FBY 23 1900 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT a SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO e l1dyerliJng rates made known on f application TF Mr Taylor think his life in jeopardy 1r proud old Kentucky let him go to Klondike and climb a dead tree CONSIDERING the fact that Andrew Carnegie clears 50 every minute both day and night we Fan understand how easily it js for him to givejo a public library in sunIliTHE new road law introduced by Mr Bethurum in the Legis lature will die abornin The bill has neither father nor mother uncle nor aunt no guardian curat 0 or or committee and will therefore dfe of neglect want of attention and proper nourishment Miss Katherine Jackson a cult ured and talented young lady of London witnessed the farce meet of the Legislative solons in her town and in writing to a friend in this place says There were only three or four of them who had ability enough to remain quiet the temptation to become a talking nouenity being so greatJ Verily the truth hath been spoken The Republicu leaders are consid ering the advisability of employing some great constitutional lawyer to assist in carrying the question of Federal Jurisdiction which was ar- guedi before Judge Taft at Cincin jiati to the Supreme court of the U S As they acknowledge Mr Taylor to be a bankrupt and are appealing to the people for financial aid that he might live we rise to i ask who pays all those large lawyer fees Gov lieckham Issueda pardon to Flank Seals of Iouisville which was duly recognized by the warden of the penitentiary and Seals was immediately released The pardon did mot bear the official seal of the secretary of state and his signature Judge Barker of the criminal court of Louisville held that it was not necessary Commonwealth attorney Goldsmith concured with Judge Barker and said that he most em phatically recognize Beckham as Governor of Kentucky and as such the pardoning power is his to be exercised as he sees fit THE enormous dan age done time State Records by t drunkenpis V toltoingunbeari Onghaired savagelike hobta ed soldiers at Frankfort is appa ling Books have been mutilated beyond recognition court records and judicial opinions have been stolen vouchers from auditors office have been scattered Hover the floors of the vaults and valuable documents extracted Suits involving estates of widows and orphans were torn into atoms and tramped under foot and swept Into the streets Backs to valu able books torn off to fight sham battles with and pages torn out to build fires Through the action o- fja rough an irresponsible mob aided and abetted by Taylor Bradley Finley and Powers the State is liable to all sortsof suits which may cost the taxpayers of the State defendc The Time StarsaysrThecourt fof appeals has twice sustained jTaylor There is a Mr Taylori some times called Gen Taylor but c tiiere is no Gov Taylor fC ls it true that the court ofappeal once1fmuch less twice icGoV Taylor appointed two election commission ers Tfte court of appeals said that he had no such power and that the appointment was ot no effect He called out the Militia and surround ed the state house with guns and bayonets Six out of seven of the members of the court three Dem ocrats and three Republicans met and absolutely refused to hold court while Taylor kept his soldiers around the building where the Court of Appeals met Every sane man knows that the meeting of the rump legislature at London was void for want of power to adjourn them to that point and again will ClGov Taylor be turned down and rebuked as he already has been by the court and public spiritedliber tylovingJawabiding citizens BiJrICE RENDERED Vllflsh le court always subject to the laws delays are casting about among thefag ends of the political situation to determine who are entitled to the offices in the con tested State Government of Ken murderersI be allowed to sleep It was directly the offspring of the presence of the mountain men in Frankfort How did they get there Who brought them there They had first to be organized in the moulains arid then to be transported to the State Capital Who organized them Who transported them Who paid the bills Who issued the orders This should be the first step in the work of ferreting out the assassins and fixing the responsibility The shot that killed William Goebel was fired from a window in the Executive Building That building was under the controlof the de facto Republican State Gov ernment Its public offices were occupied by the officials of this de facto Republican State Govern went The upper chambers swarm ed with its partisans and adherents embracing such ol the mountain men as remained over in Frankfort when the mairi body had been sent home Immediately after the fir ng of the shot that struck William Goebel down this building was surrounded by militia troops s of the de facto Governor Taylor and access was denied the regular constabulary officers ot the vicinage During three or tour days this millitary guardwas retained there and this access was denied in the case of any ordinary murder facts lilac these would play a most important part Should they be ignored and omitted from the present investigation Somebody is responsible for shield ing the murderer bud for aiding him to make his escape Who was it- The CourierJournal accuses no one It confines itself to the un disputed facts of the case Before we proceed further with the business of pursuing the criminals Rand affixing the guilt these af import ant facts should be pursued to their source and followed thence to the consequences No matter who is hurt by the investigation let no guilty man escape Ai awful cahne lies been perpetrated Not merely shouldn guilty man escape but on the other imam no innocent man should be suspected and until the officers ot thclaw go to the root of the matte wt shall not have justice but only clamor and clamor is pru is ettauthor of the cUlldi io1sfti13t brought about the murder includ ersIpSlre ecaus cnltQt c auror comes confusion and out of contusion immunity The honor of Kentucky hangs in th haltnce Shall it be vindicated or Udiiipled under fCQt1 uHjiurltrJournal CASTORIAFor Infants and The Kind You Have ChildrenI Bears the- Signature of- nsiirance o tt11 kindst itltltigiarhict I FRANKFORT The following or some of the bills that were introduced in the house this week By Mr SwanAn act to regulate the sale of kerosene and coal oil and to prevent a monoplyin these com moditiesBy Bagby An act author izing the establishment of a national military park at Peiryville By Mr NickelAn actregarding the killing of cattle by railroad trainsBy Mr trimbleAn act providing further punishment for con cealing or selling mortgaged per sonal property By LafertpAn act regulating practice in civil cases By Charlton An act regarding tax collections in firstclass cities By Walton An act to prevent the sale of intoxicants through ex press companies By Bethurum An act continue ing the Kentucky State Dential As sociationBy An act to create a police pension fund in secondclass citiesBy McRobert An act to protect the people from a political judiciary- by prohibiting any judge from speaking publishining or acting on behalf of any candidate for office By Holt An act regulating prix ate corporations By KeldayAu act to abolish the offices of Bend Recorder and this deputies in firstclass cities By Greene An act relating to idiots and lunatics By OrrAn act to prevent injury to free roads by heavy hauling at certain seasonnor By BrownAn act to prevent establishment of trusts and pools S ith of Meade then offered a resolution similar to the Allen ratification resolution declaring Goe belandBeckham to to have been elected The yeas and nays were demanded upon the motion The vote stood 55 to 40 The Republi f caijy refused to vote at first but answered Vhelsecofjd rollcall 4Klair3Rawlings Grider and Hinton Dempcrals were not Present Mr Finn moved Ito reconsider the vote by which the resolution was adopted and that the motion to reconsider lie oil the table The mation to lay on the table prevailed by a vote of 58 to 38 The House then recessed until 255 p niv IN THE SENATE Senator Puryer offered a bill to prohibit Sunday excursions Sen ator Voiers offered a bill to create the office of Bank ard Trust Com pany Examiner The concurrent House resolu tion directing that the apitol be draped in crepe in to the memory of SenatorG9 bel was adopted i Senator Thomas bill conferring uniformity upon log and timber laws was passed by a vote of 20 too Senator Thomas was appointed as a committee of one to report the passage of the bill to the House Voiers bill amending the char ters of sixth class cities was passed At 1150 while the Democrats were still itL session Lieut Gov Marshall entered On motion of Allen the Democrats took a recess until 2550 m Great opportunity offered to good reliable men Salary of 15 per week and expenses lor man with rig to introduce our Poultry Mix ture and Insect Destroyer in the country Send stamp American febb2 l yr For insurance of any kind fire life or accident only the very best companies in the United States represented Call on E S Al bright agent at SIGNAL office PILh5 OF PZOPL testify to the merit of Banner Salve in curing piles It is guaranteed C C bavis CpMvMr Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hagan Brob Livingston The SiGNAralid fwieeatyeek CQJ LJ611 t Hl one dear fSr I 21 t Y f rHOME MARKETS Corrected each week by Houk Son Mr Vernon Ky Northern seed oats per bu 400 Corn per bu Eoc Millet hay per hundred65cTimothy hay per hundred75C Potatoes per bu ioo Eggs per doz i2 3c Feathers per lb 4oc Cattle extra shippers X475 to 500 Cattle common 275 to 400 Hogs best heavies 505 Hogs medium 495 Hogs roughs 375 to 440 Sheep extra good 425 to 445 Sheep common 300 to 375 LOOK Top prices paid fo furs game eggs poultry hides feath ers and all kinds of country pro duce A E ALBRIGHT BRO Cincinnati Ohio Reference Second National Bank Cincinnati First National Bank Stanford Ky Curry Tunis Nor wood Lexinton Ky For good suit of clothes from 750 up as high as you want them call and see C C Davis at Drug store FOUND A GOLD MINE IT WAS IN HIS POULTRY YARD Man in Iowa Uses a Compound that Makes His Hens Lay Double the Usual Niunbei Summer and Winter Secret of Success People in the neighborhood of Creston Iowa are amazed at the number of eggs tbat this man drives to market with When asked what was the cause of his hens being so prolific he stated it was all in a certain compound he was using that kept his hens in good condition and furnished them with the proper stimulus to egg production American Poultry Mixture is the name ot it and is by American Mfg Co- Terre Haut Ind Every man in the poultry business is interested in the health of his hens and theirlay ing capacitX In eggs liehis profits This mixture is guaranteed to increase tlieproduction of eggs 100 percent or money sefunded It will do more than three times as much as the same amount ofany other compound It is concentrated in form and the result of years of practical experience in the poultry business There is absolutely no doubt as to what it will doand you are invited to try it at the ex pense of the company Send 100 for a sample package and if doesnt do the work you get your money back This is fair and is made to induce practical pouHrymen to give ia trial It is also a sure preventive of such diseases as the terrible- cholPraalid and rouy whichcreate such havoc in all parts of tlie country It acts directly Oil the craw and gizzard and is a thorough ly scientific preparation The manufacturers guarantee every package or refud purchys money If your druggist dont sell American Poultry Mixture hes behind directfrTerre Haute Ind s i Sweet Bells Jangled i iOut of Tune and Harsh sands offitss thoup ccspI pondcnt sickly 01 Olt burden the sehcs and their families These si sweet dispositions arc gore rnd they IC ft Iiutther3isI McELREESP1 JiGv1f PiPstiomanxyorganismvrcllpoisodnerves calmness strength lowerIisthasecthealthdruggistsFor symptonisf MedicinclEy J w SMITH Camden S c VinopfCardulathemefor her hhlll r i mull ii SIClIJ1 115 rigtt AVegetablePrcParationforAssiinllatngth s l Ling the Stoinachs nitdBowels of i Y 11fJi J Promotes Di eslionCheerfW ness undBestContansneithera OpiumMorpIiine nor ineral NOT KAKCOTJC JixzpsofQlelJlrSAKUELPlTCIlER tk Puntplo Sat fIOr X77TLE cfj t SugpJ t forConstilalion Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP FacSimile Signature oF NEW YORK h EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER Ir ra CASTO For and The You iav- Bfwt the Signature of I IA1J If X m ftj8I dK4L Sni For Over Thirty Years c uTO M IJ eerAUR wm lZ u f Our Tall End Winter stock olDry Goods Bssrs i Shoes are of the very best In our Dry Goods Department wo haye clYthing that you need and cheap can be sold Our Boot and Sisoe Department is with tluj best and most stylish boots and shoes made When ya want good boot shoo come to us Our Grocery Department is also complete with iieca fresh goods Iii fact ir yon ftntpan thing tp eat nhd vrear comee toua Flour bythe Barral or at tieyery lowest prices We want our trade COllie and us GREEP FRONT 0 0 Drug Storeis the plac to Oiigs Patent Medicines S tione yi Gigrs a nd TobaccosPaints cnd Oils Carefully Compounded Prompt Attention at All Times Call 1 lien In Town C Ct tfAVIS ajCO Mh Vernon Mt Vernon Collegiate Institute IN WITH CENTRE COLLEGE Winter Session Openj Januarys 19OOf ACADEMIC INTERMEDIATE AND PRIMARY j J Special Normal Worn for Teacilers During the month Tune there will beta special Normal for teahers AE EWERS STOP A COLD After exposure or when we feel a cold coming on take dose ot Foleys Honey and Tar It never fails to stop cold if taken in time Take nothing else C C Davis Co Mt Vernon Gr Clark Brodhead Hagail Bros Livingston Theo Wesley guarantees every botde of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and will refund the money to any one who is not satisfied after using two thirds of the contents This is the best remedy in the world fo la grippe cougs colds croupwand whooping cough and is leasantand safe to take It prevent a y tenderi er dl a CJij it 1 1 suit jneuin6rii i 7 = r f a t i lrt vis ffJ a rn r fj Infants hildenour Kiiid i gU 1f I Bears I r f Fifi f ft rn r v Us I J ITHC ce aarv ecu roan ifJoc j at as anywhere complete a or p JY Sack see HOUK SONv buy Jewely i s Prescriptions K i CONNECTION DEPRi MENTS of Tu a a 4 n iu Principal A MISGNAERSTADiZ Misunderstood symptoms of dis ease lead doctors to treat scteaev thing else when the kidueysAreout ot order F les KidneyCure will bring you health when oUier medi cines have failed V C C Davis co lift Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hzan Bros Lixingstoit F ir h PATAL dclans arted by ex perhneniing Ttnth cm igl l and col1 cures FoleysHoneya t1 Tat wii prevent a cold from resulting in PNEUMONIA C C navis CorMt Vernon Dr Clark Broditead1Iagau Bros Livingston y For th4bPstrTtjoii ri tovliy th fihirtl1ti iek for tie least 0i iiI Houk Son ao Shallow Brooks Are Often Noisy You nave headache back aehe eruptions or kidney troubles oruthat tired feel ing These are the shallow brooks with their noise Seek the source of the brook and it is deep And quiet The source of illness is impure blood Americas Greatest Medicine Hoods Sarsaparilla is Natures own means of cleansing the entire system It has no superior no equal only imitators tDebiUtyMy system was alt run down I had blackheads and that fired feeling 1 began taking Hoods Sarsapa rilla andhave gainedten pounds in weight JKnightJfoodJ S Meyertti Hoods Pills cure liver Ills the nonIrritating and only cathartic to take with Hoods Sarsaparilla T ANEPISODE IN BOERDOM JTor Those Renders Who Are Keep iiiB Ul with the War Lit erature An Afrikarder trekking from Schuins biltongbalted behind00rl07shouted the Voortrekker Afrikander who was a man of readywit said the Voortrekker dopperThe who was munchingffoptlippcdThe others after much dop got into a heat waytotake the drift over toe spruit and the other ihnt heshoud pont over the A zarp came along and took them both around the viel and through the poort to the laager tvhoro they should be safe from rooineks N Y Sao You Van Get Allen FootJEnne FREE LeroyNEase a powder to shake into your shoes It cures chilblains sweating damp swollen aching feet It makes New or tight shoes easy A certain cure for Corns and Bun ions AH druggizts aud shoestores sell it 25c BlnrrlnfiTft Made Plain Standing up together Thats ceremony You are man and wifeThats matrimony Living for each other Thats harmony patrimonyThingsvrittn outThatsalimonyDetroit An AllYenr Resort The Crescent Hotel Eureka Springs Ark attractiveand pleasure seekers Ideal climate accommodationsThrough for particulars to Manager Hotel or to any representative of Line Flat Comfort Mrs Flatte What do you suppose they arc leaving a load of ice down at the door forMr Flatte Why thats what they heat the flat with isnt itDetroit Press The Best Prescription for Chills TASTELESSCotasteless form No eno pay Price50c Ignorance is a blank sheet on which we may hut error is a scribbled one on whichwe must first eraseColton Sweat and fruit odds will not discolor poods dyod with PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Sold by all druggists r You never meet some men that they do not ask you to take a chance in a raffle Atchison Globe HalesHoneyPikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute A man is seldom sidetracked to success Chicago Dispatch FOR MIDDLEAQED WOMEN Two Letters from Women Helped Through tho Change of Life by LyUa E Pink hams Vegetable Compound DEAR MRS PINKIIAM When Ifirst wrote to you I was in a very bad con dition I was passing through the change of life and the doctors said I had bladder and liver trouble I had suffered for nine years Doctors failed tAdo me any good Since I have taken Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound my health has improved very much I will gladly recommend your medicine to others and am sure that it will prove as great a blessing to them as it has to meMES GEO H JUNE 901 DeKalb Ave Brooklyn N Y Relief Came Promptly II DEAn MRS PIXKHAM I had been under treatment with the doctors for four years and seemed to get no better I thought I would try your medicine My trouble was change of life and I anythinghelphams Vegetable Compound Relief came almost immediately I have better health now than I ever had I feel like a new woman perfectly strong I give Lydia E Pinkhams Compound all the credit and would anythingseveral of my friends There is no need of women suffering so much for Mrs Pinkhams remedies are a sure cureMAHALA BUTLER Bridgewater Ill Another Woman Helped DEAK MRS PIXKHAM I took Lydia B Pirikhams Vegetable Compound during change of life and derived great benefit from its useMAEY E JoUlES 136Coydcn St Bradford Pa Top Snap- CODlpJetc Double aW Drmhg99 J r tr GUNS I LIJJ FJSHTACKLf PUPFUEfCHKAPPU Ms uUIeru i 00 tldIlEjtliiCIN 21 THE BOY WAS BENEFITED ifs parents Had a Falling Out and He Came Out a Winner in Consequence The other afternoon said the man in Ute box office of a theaterua boy came to me and enid Are these any good and I took from him two front row seats for that night which had been torn into a hundred pieces or so and then cleverly pasted together again Oh yes child but how did strange accident happen to the tickets The boy replied Why papa came home with them last night and showed them to mamma and he seemed to be in such a good humor somehow that mamma tellhimthatbecome home till after 12 oclock and he told me for Heavens sake when I got married to lookout for a sensible woman All the time mamma laughed and he was madder and so he said she wouldnt go to the theater with him after that and he tore the tickets uPIand rushed out somewhere alone He et either but mam ma dont care I pickedup the pieces off the carpet and pasted them together and if onesIsome other fellow and take in the show I gave other tickets to the candid kid and he walked away well pleased with him- selfPhiladeiphia Record Barnacles on Ocean Cables layingintheing fact that if not upon rock bottom gradually become encrusted with barnacles- and heavy enough to break them This is like dyspepsia which if it is not thehealthdyspepsiabiliousness makes weak stomachs strong All druggists sell it A Competent Defense The homeliest man in congress is Eddy of Minnesota He rather glories in the distmc tion of ugliness especially as all his other characteristics are enviable During his last chargedhimcharge in a manner that disarmed all crit icism Great heavens said Mr Eddy to his audience do you think that if I had two faces I would wear the one lam showing you nowArgonaut A MINNESOTA FARMER WRITES OF WESTERN CANADA Is Now Located There Farms in His Neighborhood Being Tulten by Former U S Residents The following extracts from a letter written to Mr Benj Davis Canadian Government Agent at St Paul MinnIgive an excellent idea of what of Western Canada by those who have gone there during the past two or three yearsWhen we first arrived here and took up our homes on the prairie near Dales boro Assa for a short time we had a fit of the blues but now all hands are settled to business hale hearty and contented enjoying the finest win ter we have ever seen We have got very comfortably situated with con siderable preparation for a crop and all hopeful I think this is a very fine cropisnot I believe this is going to be the Wheat Field of the West Itis fill ing up fast In this township last spring there were 25 quartersections of land vacant and today there is not one I can stand at my house and count 10 houses where there was not one last spring with six more to go up this spring This is only a sample of what is going on all round We intend to build a church next summer right close to my place so we will be strict youtowere crowds of landseekers and some times in the spring the prairie is not very inviting and of course lots were discontented There was one in the crowd who jumped on me for putting a letter in the paper only for which he never would have come here and lIe was very hostile but eventually he got a place and today claims he would not take Thousand Dollars and move out so I am glad he is satisfied Pinneyisanythingalong and to make things smooth as possible will be greatly appreciated by me I will close for this time and will write from time to time to let you know we are living Drop us a few lines to inStALEX CAMERON Criticising a Professor theKansasuIn communicating with themselves the willwhisper as often as possible He was next morning to find this written under his noticeHThat is to say youcanChicagoSTATE OF OHIO CITY OF LUCAS COUNTY TOLEDOI M Frank J Cheney that he is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co business in saidfirmlars for each and every case of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh CHENEYSwornthis D GLEASONISealHalls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and nets directly on the blood and mucous sur testimonialsfree 75cHalls the best Hit His Pocketbook Hixon at the rcceptionThats a stunning gown your bas on centslessChicago To Cnre a Cold In One Day AlldruggistsWhy cant somebody give us a list of things which everybody thinks and nobody says and another list of things everybody says and nobody thinks Oliver Wendell Holmes I believe Pisos Cure for Consumption AllieDougas 9ighborhcod NICE OLD QUAKER LADY Cured of Catarrh JAfterSuFFering 4 L MRS POLLY EVANS A LIFELONG FRIEND OF PERUNA U My wife Polly J Evans says size feels entirely cured of systemic catarrh of twenty yeats standing She looknearly six bottles of thy excellent medicine Peruna as directed and we feel very thankful to the foi thy kindness and advice Size did not expect to be so well as she is now Twelve years ago it cured her of la grippe I want to tell thee there has been a great deal of Peruna used here last winter Peruna doer riot need praising It tells for itself We can and do recommend it to anyone that is afflicted with catarrh As ever thy friend John Evans South Wabash Ind When catarrh has reached the chronic stage of eoursii it has gone beyond the reach of all local remedies Nothing but systemic remedy can reach it Peruna is the wily remedy yet devised to meet such cases Peruna eradicates catarrh quietLy ilW rNJ have 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scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and the stopping of falling hair for softening whitening and healing redrough and sore hands in the form of baths for annoying irritations perspirationinantiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women andmothers and for all the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery No amount of persuasion can induce those who have once used it to use any other especially for preserving and puri fying the skin scalp and hair of infants and children CUTI CURA SOAP combines delicate emollient properties derived from ansingingredientsmedicated soap ever compounded is to be compared with it for preserving purifying and beautifying the skin scalp hair and hands No other foreign or domestic toilet soap however expensive is to be compared with it for all the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery Thus it combines in ONE SOAP at ONE PRICE viz TWENTYFIVE CENTS the BEST skin andcomplexion soap and the BEST toilet and BEST baby soap in the worM ijtiCUf The Set 8123 u Complete External and Infernal Treatment for Every HumOr consisting of CCTICUKA SOAP 23c to cleanse the okln of crusts and scales and caftan tbe thickened cuticle Coricuru nndhealA SINGLE SET ia often sufficient to euro the most tortarlnrr dlaflcmritu IOTTERDAm I l l Two irs i Dav oJexds dailytrainsThe trains from all principal points arrive in Memphis morning and evening in plenty of time to make this connection Tho Cotton Belt offers you the quickest and shortest route to Tome witbput chan o of tars or ferry transfer Both day and night trains aro alsoParlorWrite and tell us whore you ore BOBK and when you will leave and wo will besttimoTrip to Tesas P R WYATT T P A Cincinnati Ohio W G ADAMS T Pi A Nashville Term H H SUTTON T P A Chattanooga Tetin E W LaBEAUME G P and T A St Louis Mo jxt Ti In 3 or 4 Years an Independence Is Assured homesInIliustrateciexperiences of farmerswho have become wealthy reportsofdelegatos as to reduced railway rates can be bad thOSuperintendent 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