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STATE ODDS AND ENDS. Aaa - First Session. Wnnhlnston. Feb. W th tho agreement made governsenato to vdte oh. the Hawaiian measure ment bill the flnfll V0,on theThursday-- . was postponed until 4 o'elofiK Practically no progress was mud .on the bill although It was under consideration nearly four hours. Mr. Aldrlch, chairman ot tile ntinnco committee, at the opening ot the seealon, mndo nn explaconferees on nation of the VtarK of the statement retho financial measure, his sulting In an unexpected dhd spirited House The battle royal over tile Porto Rlcnn tnrirr bill ended In tho house In a weeplns victory for tho republican. at The bill, amended nnd agreed upon on republicans the conference so of the reduce tho tariff as to Monday night 16 per American of from 23 to,limiting cpnt. life-t- thotwo years, its tariff nnd was passed by a Vote of 172 yeas to 10) FIRST AL BANK e ttfl " -- OF STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock, $100,000. Surplus, $17,320, J, W. Hayden, W. P. Walton, J. IL Collier, M. D. Elmore, J. a EookM) F. Bold, T. P. Hill, S. H Baughman, W. A. Trlbblo, S T. Harris and M. J. Miller. Wo solicit tho i .1 9 5 3 3,9 - 3 9,9943 945'9 9J'3 - - 3 3 85 35r9'9fl 994 9 - 95aiiT rite Itcmornl of the Arsenni Eq.tili.i-iiteWas the Sulijcct of a Ilcd-IlThe Ilcnrttrim Mnrdcrcr Smolicil a I.lcul. CltitM. Ward ConfenncH lie and ltesolutlon lleliitf IntroCigarette Nenr the Coritnc After ScrKl. Ueo. I'enree )ld the Deed duced In the Semite. Mny lie Committing the Crime. r ot Cutirt-Mnrtlitlctli TRAGEDY AT A DANCE. TORE .DOWN THE CREPE. ut DIRECTORS: A London, Ky., March cold-bloode- S. d One of tlio murfoulest n nil most ders ever 'perpetrated In this section mom committed nenr Knst Ucrnstndt, n mining' town In thin county, nt the SinallwooilHhr, a dlsreiiutable joint oil" .the llnef the L. & N. railway. Millard Huglity, a young man from White's Station. Madison county, while nt lie SmuIlwocAl resort attending n dance, was setipon by Leonard Sinalluood, Hump tfrngg and others, and while begging onhls life had the whole top of his had shot off. While Hughes.who had been shot twice in the head with V Colt's revolver, jkas lying oirtne floor btill gasping for breath, Ills nuirderer, Leonard Smallwood, took a sent by the fire nnd coolly lit n cigarette and smoked it wjlthln two .feet of the murdered man's body. The corpse lay there all night, nnd wns not remoNud until' after the coroner's jury had viewed the body. Frankfort, Ky., March 4. Lieut. Charles Ward, of Company C, Lexlng ton, and Sergt. George Penrce, of the same company, who Is also sergeant'' major of the 2d regiment, tore the), crepe from the. marble columns of tho capltol. Pcarce confessed to Lieut. Col. Morrow and implicated Ward. The latter is now at home, having in the meantime been relieved from duty to return to business. The act is thought to have been the result of n thoughtless romp. "' Lieut. Col. Morrow will order a court-martiHe predicts that Ward and Pearce will be severely punished. The charge against Word will bo conduct unbecoming nn officer. There is "talk of prosecution in the local courts, but Morrow said: "1 shall not surrender these men to the civil authorities. They enn bo punished but onco for this offense, and that will be by- court martial." al. -- KENTUCKY ,WILL LEAD. . ONE DEAD, ONE DYING. Terrible Hrault of n Little Hoy SplIIIiiK I'owilcr on nil Oven Henrth Nenr tirnynon, Ky. IlcnnhllcaiiN From the Southern Stntcn AVI II Sleet In NnshvlIIe to Consider an Election Law. Ky., March 5. While Grayson, Ornut Mullins nnd Mnrlon' Dowdic were starting to work in the coal boy picked up half mines a u gallon can of mining powder nnd inn toward the fire, nnd ns Mullins attempted to catch him the child dropped the can on the open henrth, (.pilling part of it. The powder exploded with terrific force, setting fire to the clothing of Mrs. Mullins, her three children nnd Dowdic and Mullins. Mrs. Mullins, a eheet'of flames, ran to a pool of water near by. Mullins and Dowdie tore the clothes from the children and then from thembcUci, Mrs. Mullins has since died, nnd her husband is dying. The others may recoer. Frankfort Ky., March 4. The committee appointed by tho republican legislative caucus to arrange for a coincntion of the republicans of Kentucky, Virginia, Missouri, Mississippi, Alabamn, North and South Carolina, to inaugurate n movement against the election laws now in force In those stntcs, held a meeting and organized. Senator N. T. Howard, of llutler county, wns elected chairman, and Senator W. H. Cox, of Miiystillc, secretary. The Kentucky stale convention will be held some time between now and April nt Louisville. The coincntion then will issue nn address to the republicans of the states mentioned, calling n comention of nil of them to meet nt Noslnllle, Tenn., later. AVnM With Morftnh. Glasgow, Ky., March 5. Harmon II. PLEADED GUILTY. Harlow, one of the "wealthiest men in Ho was A I.nnlmlllr Ilnrilunrc Denier Flncil Ilarren county, is dead. - 1?1, mid. Into Ohio-anTnlNely Hilling it'Cnr"" fur With was sent to Camp Douglass. I.ontl of TrelKht. others he engaged in a during contheir plans were spiracy to LouisllIc, Ky., March 3. The fed- discovered cbcnpe, but and thwarted. Mr. Harlow eral grand jury returned an indict- wits the oldest son of the late Hon. ment ngnliiht John XV. 1'rice, secretnry Smith Harlow, n noted Kentucky poliof W. 11. Ilclknnp & Co., hnrdwnro dealers, one of the largest wholesnlo tician. Allners Were Wrong. houses of this city. The indictment alleges thnt l'llco on October 10, 1803, Owcnsboro, Ky., March 2. Coal billed to the 12. L. Wilbon Hardware miners nt the New Holland mines Co., of llennmont, Tex., n car load of wont back to work after n strike of mixed hnrdware, guns, ammunition, three weeks. While out the men oretc., labeling and billing said ship- ganized and joined tho union. As ment ns "wagon materinl lit the soon ns they organized higher union rough," the rate on which is lower ofiiciuls told the strikers they were than the rate on mixed hardware. wrong In their demnnds. The mino The Indictment, It is said, is the re- owners signed the union scale. Tho sult of rhnlry between St. Louis and owners claimed the right to nssign Loiiisiille. wholesalers In the Texas men to places in the mines. market. T.nter in the tiny Mr. Price Another Churned With the Crime. plended guilty, and Judge Evans fined Somerset, "Ify., March 5. Milford him $1,300. Uartlett, who was arrested several Clinrue Mmlc l)y Creditors. weeks ago, accused of burning and Louisville, Ky., March 3. An amend- killing his wife in nn old abandoned ed petition filed in the federnl court cabin, was given his examining trial makes some serious chnrges In con- before County Judge Catron nnd nection with the bankruptcy proceednamed Bowen A Negro ings instituted ngninst J.. 11. Nugent, Clnunch was arrested immediately n Fourth menue dry goods merchant. after tho Uartlett trial, charged with Nugent's creditors nllego that Will the murder of Mrs. Bartlett. Nugent", bon of K. 13. Nugent, has left Vine Fields Promised. tho city with money rcnlied on his Louisville, Ky., March 2. From final father's house and the btock of his btore, and that lie can not be locnted. payments which are being made on The amount young Nugent is said to entries for tho Kentucky Derby of have taken is about $14,800. It sets 1D00, vnlued at $0,000, the Clark btnkes, forth that Nugent now has assets of $4,000, and tho Kentucky Oaks, $3,000, about $7,000 only, while Ms liabilities Secretary Price, of the new Louisville are $40,000. Jockey club, feels assured of unusually flno fields for those events. Tho Quarreled Over n 1'nlr of Socle. payments expires on 5. Will limit for thebo .Middiesboro, By., March March 1. and John Stcvcnsbi others, fell out over the pobscssion ot apalr of socks, Suicided While on a Visit. nt the mines, when thVformcr pulled Falmouth, Ky., March C Alvln n pistol and shot thcoUier through Hurt, a prominent young farmor of the breast, inflictinga faul wound. near Dcmossville, while on a visit to The incn were colored. Stevens made his father near Concord, suicided by N. his escape. bhodting himself. He leaves a wife and three small children. Tho latter Uncit Ilia rntlier'H Knlfc. with diphtheria, and tho Lcltchflcld, Ky., March 5. James have been ill worry incident thereto Is assigned as Sisk.-soof Coroner T. M. Sisk, who cause for tho rash i,et. linn been delirious for the past two the borrowed his inther's knife and IV Wo nnd Child Mysterious!, Tt'iO days, cut his throat. His parents learned Columbln, Ky., March 2. The wife the motive too Intc, and the son may and child of Peter Cooper die. died within a ew minutes of each other and rattier mysteriously. Ho lloj's DylnB Statement. about one Middiesboro, Ky., March 5 .John left after breakfast to 0work o'clock ho was la dead, nnd before ho mile away. At about Lewis Howard and on reaching homo found expired lelternted the stntcment that sent for, them both dead. The cuso may bo inho killed his father at the solicitation of his mother. The boy wits 10 yearn vestigated. old at the time of the alleged crime. Howard for Gneucl'a Assassin. Frankfort, Ky., March 7. In tho IIowIIiik Alley Illne. Lexington, Ky., March 4. Fire dam- house tho Ward bill, appropriating aged Melllcr's bowling nlleys and. sa- $100,000 for ferrotlpg out tho ORunssin of William (ioebel, was discussed for loon to tho extent of ubout $5,030. $2,800. Hnmiiey & (.'o,, alga nenrly iho hours nnd Hnnlly pussed by o votfl of 57 9 97(LfitliSJLParty vote' pnlnterB, n)so yiffered; d London, Kyi March 4, Two full car loads of army equipage. Including smnll arms two lilltllilg gUns, five cannoliR nnd large quantity of ammunition df Ull kltidSi arrived here nays. over the L. & N. from Frankfort, WasiilhgtOni March to Col. Iloger Williams. Capt. providing A form of government for bill the Parker, of the Lo'ndon company of tenltory of Hawaii iVtts passed without carestate guards, is in churgc of the war division. Mr. Clay (Qa.) aoHteretl a I'blllpplhps. prepared speech on implements, nnd has n strong guard fullyfavored the' adoption the the Jiacon of He TIip meaning, of this move resolutions declaring It to bo the policy over them. IsStutes s not generally understood llefBi J of the toUnitedFilipinos to turn overbythe as soon as a stable tllo lands established Frankfort, Ky., March 0. Shipment government could be of tttis country. them The the protection of the trims and ammunition of war to under lncan tariff hill wns made the unPorto he considered of finished business, and tvlll report on tho London contiued Monday. Car-loa- d conferenco as small arms and other equipments wns ns soon bill tho shall have been disposed of finance Tuesday1. The liext morlililg. Monday shipped scored their HollEeThe Gatllng gun and other arms In victory of Iliademocrats on the motionfirst to tension use by the soldiers on the state tako up the conttstfd election case of Alavs. Hobblns house square are of course still Aldrlch district. On from tho Fourth votes two separate bama Itcpublicntt Gov. Taylor left the democrats, with the aid of two rehere. publicans Mr. Mondell. of Wyoming, and for llutler county Monday morn- H. C. f?mlth, of Michigan-be- at the reing to attend the funeral of his publicans upon tho ques'.on of considto coneration. An agreement was mnde second-clas- s brother, AI01170 Taylor. tho Loud bill relating to Frankfort, Ky., Mrch C In the sider mall matter March 20. A bill passed democratic schiato Monday Senator to grant an Amerlcnn register to tho ship Windward, In which Lieut. Perry will Dell introduced a bill which Is aimed make an nttempt to roach tho north pole. Washington, March 2. Senate Interest at Kcpublican Gov. Taylor and repubmeasuro now lican minor state officials. The bill in tho Porto lllcan tariff thp houso to has been transferred from of tho bill emnny slate officer who tho senate. Consideration provides that the provisions of shall forcibly hold possession of the bodying substantially addlllor. providing tho houso bill, and In office for a larger period than five for n temporary form of civil governPorto Rico, days after the legislature or state ment for the Island of being made. was An begun, several speeches decontest board shall have declared an- hour and a half of the session wascase, voted to consideration of tho Quay other person legally elected, shall be Mr. Hoar (Mass.) presenting nn able conguilty of felony. stitutional argument In tavor of seating mainly, It on tha There wns more war talk in the Mr. Quay Intention ground, frnmcrs thattho of of tho was the democratic senate Monday. Senntor constitution that tho sciinta at all times democrat, offer- should have its full quota of members. Trlplctt, opoclnl Within two hours to investigate the House from .the president of a ed a resolution recommending tho Immediate passage of a bill to truth of published reports concerning moneys coln 'his hands all shipment of state guns and military placo upon Porto Wean tho goods since tho lected the Uland to bo paraphannlin to London by Itepublicnn 8iAnlsh evacuation of tho Porto Ulcans, for tho relief of Gov. Taylor, nnd to demond the return used been read to tho house, the house had passed and sent to tho senate a bill of same to the state arsennl. If the had carry out tho reports nrc found to be true nnd re to was passeU'Gy recommendation. to Tho 107, a voto of 162 bill populists and two sliof them Is refused, the commit 13 democrats, twovoting turn repubtho tee appointed to make the investi- ver republicans affirmative.withSubsequently licans in tho election , gation shajl then bring In n bill mak- tho Aldrlch-Robbl-tho Fourth contested district, ing anuapproprlntion of $250,000 to ense from house twice Alabama to conwhich tho refused buy new guns and also authorizing sider, was taken up, 130 to 19, and was day. Gen. John H. Cnstleman to issue n call debated for the remainder of tho Washington, Match 3. for a sufficient number of volunteers dissent, a resolution was Senntc Without adopted calling war for tho to take tho guns from those now in on tho secretary of held during the war - and return them against-Adj- t. proceedings Corbln. The Quay respossession 'oCrthemGen. up and Mr. Ross, of to the nrscnnl. A storm of applause olution was takenagainst tho seating of Vermont, argued followed the reading of the resolution, Mr. Quay. Mr. Teller, of Colorado, delivered a lengthy speech on tho conforenco which lies over one day. report on the financial bill. Tho senato Frankfort, Ky., March C The or- adjourned early on account of tho death Representative Kpcs, of ders for shipment of guns nnd ammu- ofHouse A Joint resolution Virginia.passed was from the stnte arsenal to Lon- for the government acquisition of a cernition In state au- tain reservation ofofgreat trees then Calidon, Ky., by the republican anVirginia, fornia. Mr. Hay, the death of Representative thorities was revoked, and a car load- nounced Virginia, which occurred Frldny Epes, of ed with munitions of war consigned night. A committee of IS members was a speaker to to London wns unloaded and its con- appointed by tho ns a funeral act withAs spunte tents returned to tho arsenal here. further commltteo respect to theescort. deceased, of mark The officials give no reason for the tho house then .adjourned until Monday. Washington, Senate of programme. The soldiers, ter, of Montana,March Gvigorously Mr. Carchange with the dealt acting under orders, worked nil fore- Quay case In the senate In tho course of rean explanantlon ns to why ho will vote noon loading the car. There is a for the former senator from Pennsylvatho port that the war department at nia, notwithstanding ho voted against contho last nnd hns or- seating of Mr. Corbott In to the tlmo jf Washington interfered gress. Tho near approach voting on tho conference report on the dered the guns nnd ammunition ought taken to London to bo returned financial bill bi one bvout tho speeches on Mr. Fairbanks, of that measure, Indiana, and the other by Mr. llutler, of here. ' This promises to be the liveliest North Carolina. The following bills were passHouse week in Frankfort since the stormy ed: Th stato of Wyoming to relinquish period which immediately followed to the United States about G.000 acres of granted the state at tho tlmo of seGocbel's shooting. Before the end of hind for university purposes nnd will prob- lect other lands In lieu thereof; to lssuo the week stnrtllng arrests u patent to a tract of land ut El Reno, ably be made in the attempt to show Okln. for cemetery purposes: to extend a conspiracy in the assassination. The tho tlmo for completing tlio bridges across the East river between Long Island and three men who chartered the special New York; to prevent forest fires; to train that brought the mountaineers rntlfy a treaty with tho I omanche, Kiowa Apache Indians and open their lands of to Frankfort are known, nnd it is and settlement; to adjust tho rights resfor citizen fcttlers nn the Nnvnjo Indian they may be arrested. hinted that ervation; to authorize white prsons who Tnylor gives no explanation for have intermarried wuh Cherokee Indians In the couit of claims; to bring shipping arms to London further than authorize suits sccrotaiv of tho interior to to tho saying that ns the soldiers arc gone negotiate with tho Khivvni and Comanchcs are no longer needed In for a neutral strip In Oklahoma. the munitions anti-Goebcourt-martial nl-re- accounts of tho citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining countle assuring them prompt and careful nttcntlon to nil business intrusted to tin. Personal application and correspondence, with a view to business relations, respectfully Invited. J. 8. blocker, Pros., Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier A, A. McKinney, Ass't Cashier. fSESfVTtZ. &0.. TO 4 JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY., For Everything In in . Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, General Merchandise. BEST GOODS AT LIVING PRICES. COLLYER & OWENS, UNDERTAKERS. MMHMlwMMHHMHMaiM MHHHHUMHMHMMHMalBBMMM Gaskets, Collins, Robes, Etc., Kept in Stock. Orders by Mail,, Telegraph or Telephone Promptly Filled. i BROADHEAD, KENTUCKY. ; THE LINCOLN COUNTY iiB. TIONAL BAM, OF STANFORD, KY. Capital $100,000. Successors to Farmers Bank and Trust.Go., ,. STANFORD, KY., fnd continuously under same management for 29 years. Solicits your Bank account hoping such bussiness jrela-io- ns 3 will prove materially profitable and pleasant. : " , DIREQTOES. . Frankfort. The friends of the McChord railroad bill will make a fight in the house to take the bilj out of the orders of the day. Those leading the opposition to the mcabure claim that every republican member will vote against the bill or assist in breaking a quorum, and that the defeat of the bill is assured. A number of democrats are out of line with their party on that bill, notwithstanding it was indorsed by the democratic state n plut-for- VOLUMINOUS RECORD. J. Williams. J. E .Lynn. William Gooch. J. B Owsley. J. S. Owsley, Sr. J. F. Cash. W. H, Cummlrw, The President Sends to the Sennte to Our Information Philippine Policy. e H. Shanks. A. W. Carpenter. 3. dent scut to the senate the correspondence called for by n resolution of Senator Hoar usking for information relative to our course in the Philippines. It is n very voluminous record, containing much thnt lias already been made public, and includes Instructions by the president, proclamations by the Philippine commission and Gen. Otis" leporla of ollicers in the Philipreceived pines, all communications from Agulnnldo or his assistants or proclamations issued bj them; information concerning the treatment of prlson(? or other inhabitants of the Island by the insurgents, and nlso such information ns has been received ns "to nid or. encouragement received by,, Aguiualdn nnd ills followers from per-tnIn tlm United States, ns to what pamphlets, speeches or other doctii 111 Washington, March 0. Tho presi- S. H. Shanks, President. J. B. Owsley, Casliier. W. M. Bright, Asst. Cashier. "Plnnet Mercnry" ProhnMy Lost. Hulifax, N. S., March C A Frenchman at West Pubnico, near Yarmouth, reports that he picked up a life on the shore With tho name ''Manet Mercury" on it. The steamer Wnndn on HatS' day picked up 11 life raft and n sailor's chest. Several life preservers and n stenmeVs hatch were picked up by South Shore fishermen. The name on tho preserver found would seem to settle the Idently M the wrecked steamer. pre-serv- WILLIS GRIFFIN, Mai UMer uXOTD Funeral Director, MT. VERNON, KY. Keeps Co'mns, Caskets, Robe, Linen posomo, puffs and Collars. Can Furnish Metallio Caskate and Hav Embalming pone on Short Notlo "and Easy Term. - -' ly The Association Is Uend. Pittsburgh, Pn March 0. The In1111; imn.n uuiv dependent Window Glass Manufac- nieuts cnianaung turers" association, formed last De- nn'l uuvcrhe 10 iikhiuiihii puliited in whole or In inrt hlnong the cember by n number of tho Independin unns ngninst the' United rilipint-Ment manufacturers, has proved a failure, and notices have been sent out Stntcn, rimong other InhttbitnntH ol announcing that tho nusoclntlnn U Hie l!dr.Aor ,in,lin6i the HOltllvlU 9f the " ,imj, r--f SI f IWW'.'WIWJ! "W. :,' 'iWtfUHiW, 555S2E j 2Mg""cJig3a3:?I?a--- 'd'ir-- : -- Mi Vernon Signal I NfMAn. Mar. 9, 1900. in South AUica. Churcll'auxilear- HOME MARKETS. Judge Asnjey Owens is still in a ies tire racing money every jndiere1 very critical condition, he has passCorrected eacli week by Houk to be sent 'to six million starving ed many winters auc his constitu- & Son, Mt. Vernon, K , people. tion is growing very weak. Arbuckle's Coffee I2j4c ' m iw. jJU H r..j. -- ju ft 1 ic Miss Carrie" Lair is visiting her Lion Coffee Hon. Harve Helm'the.. faithful 10c, 15c sister Mrs. G. D. Cook at this place. Green Coffee ami efficient county attorneyvtf. fTfTVTV fHTSTiW I'uhlishcd every Friday by Flour, No. 1, per bairel $4.00 Lincoln, wants to 'go Us a District Dr. and Mrs. Cooper and family 'U For Infants and Children. " Belle of Lincoln per b'rl 3.50 MlfGJR S Delegate to the National Demo returned from Crab Orchard Sun- Sy'sc Bacon, per lb cratic Convention which will be ,y- Dan'l Boone Soap; 4 cakes Kind You 5c Jl.OO held 'in Kansas City, July 4th. 10c SUWf'IIM'lON ONK YKAK Ex:sheriff W. G. Mullius has re- Star Soap, 3 cakes t Search the ranks of Democracy turned to jno. 1, per 10 Laurel county, where he Kice, J from Cumberland's Peak to the ixranuiaiea ougar per id is engaged in business. ' ANfcffclable Preparationror As6c Extra Light Brown Sugar lb a better.1 Mr similating iteFoodatulReguia-Un- g AJvflityr rales mad 'knewn on Ohio and you can'tfind contribuSprup. Caramel, gal. bucket 3,5c Mrs. Hocker of Junction City is worker or a1 more liberal andBowels of home-madiheStoinachs Sorghum, best gal. 40c application tor for the upbuilding of our prin- here visiting her daughter. Mrs. D. Shipstuff, per'lmndred, $1.00 cipals Uhaiv, the gentleman from S. McKinney.? Calico, all the best brands UM. ' 'TKU. M Y FK fKNDS TO BE JIRAVE Our neighbor city of.Stnnford. Tall R. B. Mullius traveling salesman Calico; all cheap grades ."jc & under Promotes goods 8j4c AND FliAXI.KSS, AND I.OYAL.TO TliK and handsome, "with a striking passed through on Monday's tiaiu Can neither Clothing, suits, 75c to $15.00 physique and intelligent and brainy on his way to Jellico. RKAT COS1MOX PBOl'UJ." Opium,Morpltine nor Mineral. in Lard 8 ysc in small lots: . aK look, he would make an ideal del"Narc Solb lots or more. W. H. Cotteugim, of Mullins egate. We rise to second his nom-- i Northern seed oats per bu 42c The passing nway of that' noble nation, tender him our best ser- Station has moved to this place. Corn per bu 6ocj, jatpr from spirit of Mrs. Margaret Fish W. T. Merrime and family have Millet hay per hundred 05c vices, yea, if need be, "grease our Timothy hay per hundred its earthly abode of cares and toils tongue, pull off our collar and taken rooms at the Eight Gable. 75c MUSJir- Pota'toes per bu $i.oa "to her home not made with hands cravat, roll fv our sleeves, hoss-utip The remains of 'the youug man Eggs per doz eternal in the heavens," impresses our pantaloons and go to work for Hughes killed per lb by Smallwood Feathers 40c upon us the grave, fact that the old his election. at Pittsburg last Saturday night Cattle, extra shippers $4.75 to 5 001 laud marks are rapidly going thith common, $2 75 to $4 00 Apttfcfclricmedy for Constipawas brought through here Monday CattU, er. "She beloiiged'td the aborigi $5.05 To tho gimlet headed 'editor ' of and taken to Whites Station for Hogs, best heavies, tion Sour Stotnach.Diarrhocn Hogs, medium, W'ornyfcConvulsions .Fcverish-nes- s nees of Rockcastle! To the first of The Williamsburg Times we de- $3.75 to $4.40 flrfdlOSS OF SLEEP. settlers who blazed their way ''by sire to say that men who live in burial. It apptars that he was but Hogs, roughs, wotk-in- g Sheep, extra good, $4 25 to $4.45 Walker's Cabin on ihe Cumberland glass houses ought not to throw a boy and was at that place Pac Simile Signature of for his uncle, by chance he Sheep, common, and settled among our hills and stones. From the looks of the dales. She beloneed to that class Times, whioh so clearly sh.ows the had gone to a party at the house of New Small, wood and while they were en of strong'energctic, busiiie?s-lik- e absence of brains, proves that he is women who recognized the vast not much pumpkins himself. We gaged in dancing Smallwood came :n wild with intoxication and order- WAR TD THE difference between 'the empire mas- would advie the editor, Burle-squ- e DEATH ed young Iiuhges out of house, culine and the ewpirefeminine, to have either Drs. Moss, Watkins EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. POULTRY yet possessed .to a marked de or Adkins to, 'perform,, a surgical Huhges begged fortius life, said he PESTS OF THE GO! eii YARD MUST YORK CITT. TH CINTAUK COMPANY. HI gree the " attributes of both operation on lus ticau ana put an would go at once but before he icouicl get out he was struck over American Lice Destroyer Kills a cow as milk She could icea in it. No wonder the edito-ri- the head with a revolver and then More Mites, Lice and Other " feed well as turn a columti of that weak and with-oshot and instantly killed. If, there Vermin in a Day Than the stock from the well filled barn r is filled with patent was any cause for, the horrible deed All Other Remedies as well as she could make up a bed medicine "advertisement. The it remains yet a secret. It will be re Combined. or sweep the house. A gardner next thing, the paper had better and Our Fall and Winter stock of Dry Goods. metubered that v Smallwood killed always; a farmer in fact and in advertise foi an editor. The war is 011! The days of lice Shocs( are of the very best. Just look truth. With a full appreciation of at the writing for. it, and acy one his own brother four years ago and and vermin that have done so much In. our Dry Goods Department wo have overyihih; economy and "with a saving iucli will know the rest. When Green was imprisened for a term of three to make the life of the poultryman years, rumors are deathly dark 011 miserable, and his business unprofyou need and as cheap can be .sold anywhere, nation and disposition, sne was a Denham and later, Walkei Mason itable are over. American Lice that huTpart. 'helpmate indeed. Sevial times Printed the paper, it was not only Destrojeris the proper' ammuniOiir Boot and Shoe Department is oompleto with tho 'week's butter and eggs wereseut to decent .but newsy. "However, when tion to use! This preparation is tl best and most stylish boots and shoes made. When you wonderful in its power, and vermin the stores and with.them she always it, got out of their hands it was cannot exist twenty-fou- r come to us. hours after want a good bootor-shoI kept hen credit' side the lareer. like unto a certain man that it is applied to the coop or fowls. accuracy went down to She sold vHUi business-lik- e 'For Infants and Children. The Our Grocery Department is also complete with nico, Jericho. Every poultryman needs it. I is the products of the farm and knew looks of the weak and slimy thing The Kind You Have Always Bought cheap, reliable and effective, one and wear fresh goods. In fact, if you want anything to the durability and adaptability of shows plainly that its last dollar package being sufficient to protect Bears .the como to us. very field of theii large and rich is already gone. 250 fowls from mites and lice for John Siler or Slgnaturof jC J,7 Flour by the Barral or Sack, at the very lowest pi ices. We W10Vj STJ c one year. When this Destroyer is was farm. there Never Charley Keeton might loan him a used, profits at once increase. Lice want your trade. Come and nee us. better or a more obedient faintly of little on a good bankable note, if he and verimiu do more to kill profits children reared, than were brought could grt Jim Elliston or Dr. Gatliff For insurance of any kind, fife than all other causes combined. & up by thesejgood parents who were to sign it with him. But we would life or accident, only the very best You know it. Don't go on loseing atjvays watchful and mindful of pitty them because 'we know what companies in the United Stales money every week, but try American Lice Destroyer. You may have trfeir best interest. Ten years it is to pay security? debts.- These represented. Call on E. S. Al- tried other things without success, Ayj 'uouJaA IW'OO S1AVQ 0 0 :nt "Grandma" Haley. Before good men might loau him a little bright, ageut. at Signal office. but if this fails ou can have your M.unii MT -ajul since, the dyingewbers df life's money, but not brain, which above i money oacK. iir- - ...... ;.. ,u:. fire has gone ouc oudthe saintly ay things, he- - needs just now, OHWV tfuiaid 'papunoduioo .(11119.1113 suoiiduossjj It is very hard to staud idlv b to stay, and will back Destroyer '3U,!J- - "V souls of Aunt Lucy Adams, Mrs. and see our dear ones suffer while against any number of mites or lice Chesnut, Aunt Betsey'Cook Mrs. awaiting the arrival of a doctor. you may have. Don't fool away LIVIINGSTON. 'C An Albany (N. Y.) dairyman money with "recipies" or home Armp Gadti, Mrs. Caleb Gttinn, made makeshifts. John A. Mullius went to London Use scientific ' Aunt yiartjia. AlbrightMAunt Polly called at a drug store there for a means. The American Lice Des Monday. Anq oj aou'id 3t(i si doctor to come and see his child, troyer has been used by thousands Hiatt, Aunt Millie McClure have W. M. Fields has returned from thefa Very sick with crouo. Not of poultrymen; it has ben tested winged their way through the Pearly Gates of Paradise into the a trip to May Wood where he li3s finding the doctor in, he left word thousands of times. We know it for him to call at once on his re- is all right, and if it doesn't do the City of eternal rest and peace. Few been visiting home folks. work remember you get your money of'fheir like and of that old school John Farmer was in Richmond turn. He also bought Ja bottle of back. What more can you ask? remain. Mrs. Elizabeth White- the first of the week on business, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, If your druggist don't sell Amerihead, Mrs. James Honk, Mr?. Mary Mn Farmer is strictly on business which he hoped would give some can Lice Destroyer, he's behind the age. In that case send for $1.00 ielief Until the doctor should Conn and Mrs. Ashley Owens yet all the time. survive. They have live d to witi In a few hours he returned, box at once. Made oulo by AmerWalter Sauuders has secured a saying the doctor need not couae, ican Mfg. Co., Terre Haute, Ind. uess many a change for the better position in Fields ' store; Walter in .this old county now 80 years as the child was much better. The can't well give up Livingston there old. They have seen generations druggist, Mr. Otto ScIioIk, says the (IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE.) must be some attraction, family has since come and go. They have seen recommended The R. R. Detective caught up Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to Mt. Vernon, Brodhcad and Livingwith some of our short boys who their neighbors aud friends until They have seen ston build up. st the dense forest cop verted by the Were trying to jump the train, but he has a constant demand for it layman's ax into beautified farms. with earuest pleading they got off. from that part of thejeountry. For Brier patches and sassafras fields Look out bojs next time you go. sale by Theo. Wesley,- - Mt. Vetnon, ACADEMIC, INTERMEDIATE AND PRIMARY DEPART- have given away to clover land and G. W. Ballard is on the sick list For the best flonr in town, by MENTS. meadow. The wild cats have made this week and not able to conduct the barrel or sack, for the least music at their door while panther his school, but his effecient wife is money, call ouHouk & Son. bravely tramped the picket line filling his place. During the month of Tune there will be a special near by. fBut thank God no more When you wanf something to E. S. Albright editor of Signal Normal for teahers.f heal a bum , or tore, or a cut, why the hideous and threatening howl gave us a call last week, he is an not try Banner Salve, which is wild and ferocious animals bring A- enterprising oung man and we are guaranteed the most healing oint rror to their hearts for they have always pleased to see him. Come ment in the world. ijie and in their place we find the agaiu Ed and make your stay with C. C. Davis & C6M Mt. Vernon, more docile animals, the peacock, Dr. Clark, Urodhead; Hagaa Bros., us longer. to every elderly woman when aa Impigeon and dove. All this they Livingston. portant functional change takes place. - SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES. HUGH1 MILLER, Prop'r. This Is called "The Chantro of Life." Last Saturday night the moon have secu and even much more. . . undergoes a change. The Signal and Dreadful diseases such as cancer and While these remaining few have light travelers came m with the so Cdtirief one year for $1.25. lourtnl tuuaumimoujucouca contracted at a traveled life's rugged highway to called cgyptian tea as usual but it this time. 2x2,-- 30 inches long, all white having been reported poison and ' ripe old age that venerable age We have savad many doctor bills OQuPorter at all trains dangerous some of ourbovs seemed s"ihee C grade or better, $12 per m, hath brought its rich fruition. We we began using Chamber-- ! X2, 30 inches say with reverence and profound to be a little afraid aud did not take lam's Cough Remedy in our home. ' long, red, $y per m. admiration, God bless this noble holt of it very readily and unfortu- We keep a bottle open all the time! IVIT. nately daylight found, the peddler 28 inches long, white $7 and whenever any of my lamily or, strengthens and pnri- - the entire class, both living and deadi We left with the jtig. To hold that system, and brings the sufferer safely per m. injself begiu to catch cold we beare thankful for their lives; for pver these pitfalls. Its effects have right boys tuch not tast not drink gin to Manufacturers Do . use thcCough Remedy, and been wonderful. It la their holy example; their righteous for nil red $4 not for it will craze your brain and as a of Lime and brick. but is especially living; for their motherly advice result we never have to send menstrual troubles, this time. Ask per in.'recommended at wreck your life and cud of which is' away for a doctor and incur a large your druggist for tho famous Wine of They also furnish Lime, BuiH.ing and friendly adtnonishion. SINGLE TREE BILLETS. death. doctor bill, for Chamberlain's"1 CarduL S1.00 a bottle. Stone, rough quarry face or cut For advice la cases rsaulrlncrsDeclal 38 inches, long while J. A. Oliver Ladies' AdOtders promptly filled $22 per m. The recent sad news from starv property of W. B. has moved to the- - Cough Remedy never fails to cure. directions, address the Tho Department," Sfgraan. It is certainly a medicine of grea' visory Medicine Co.. Chattanooo-a- . a ting India has aroused the generous To be delivered at any station Term. Mrs. Malvina Sowder has been merit and worth. D. SlMearkle, emotions of our people and in this on K. DofL. & N. or K. C. THOMAS J. COOPEK. Tnnolo. BIhs- -l ayir- 'Aty sister hour of great trial financial aid is very sick for seme time but-f- bet- - Gcueral Merchant and Farmer, piiaiul - menstruationsuffered from Irregular and! division, will cull once etary ," and doctors could not! Bedford county, Pa. .For relievo Cardul ; iy nrr. her. Wlnopmiof n.v nwfw. entirely cured I v vf In 11 n. lhr beiug evoked by the severe reverses terat this writings Sirvnnl weeks. L. L. . tHmMwh .1.. .... Inspectcr aid 31m n. " .fr Theo. Wesley, Mt. Veruou Ky.. jiaii(;a ox llie. ttRti &4 4 xm.. . Brodhead, Ky. omtu, 1UI I UU1UII. i2c, CASTOR! The tV , """""" VJA. V. Have l 7c, oc Always Bought -- e Bears the Signature & :i ;f 5c mimMMimmmm Digeslion.Cheerful-nessAndttest.Conlal- ns )m if .r 7cts rl Kot otic Jt M p i2jc Ifv In S4-9- 5 y Use For Over york. Thirty Years CASTORIA Bt al ut "hoe-cake:- news-pape- CASTOR A et I HOUK SON ap -- c-- i... ei!0 pu3sjumd 'eoooeqojL pu b ejSi suop aiojg 6mQ o o ar-ri- ve Mt Vernon Collegiate lnstitut Winter Session Open January 1st, igoo. m I Special Normal Work for Xeachera. E. EWERS, Principal. mh Tim Timo Comes Miller House, WANTED Twice-a-wee- k Headquarters for Com'mercia Men 1 R WIcELREPS Wm& ofG&rdui VERNON LIME COMPANY ixi. 4. .Hi I - I 2X3, Chattn-noojr- s Insurance of all - -- '' Jarrett, 'tr J , y N r" sTM V "Hi' -- i. TV -- :? .., , Mt. AlT. Jiiutflft I Vernon Signal ' Fritz Krtteger was in Crab Orchard the first of the week. The McChotdtR. k. .bill passed the house Wednesday by a vote of l " Vkrnon Ky,, Mar. 9, the lt. VrokJ, U7., c Br. Lewis and V. UL. 9oo ,here from Wildie Monday, mil mltr SjwBssprsnrrr: MASONIC. , I AlkMud Lodge No. 040 nfeelB 2rU Hon- - 0r 10U.ni. CHURCHES. Christian Holds services 1st A tt 111. in. and at 6:30 p. 10. Prisbyterian-'"tfuui- ny 3rl Sunday i after theJPaxtlettelrial, charged ,At Cxnthiaiu, Kentucky, great with the murder of Mrs. Bartlette. number of business'people were finThe band boys have received BaptiKt Church Services on the Second ed for selling cigarettes to minors, their uniforms, which will beyond Suuday and Sunday. night Saturday the court assessing each. $10 and every Sunday. Prayer a doubt, be as pretty and as flashy School at U a in costs. , meeting on Tuesday nights. as any of the uniforms worn by D. C. Pqynter h'as been granted country bands. The coats and caps LOCAL and OTHERWISE. ajpatent on his new wagon and being made ot maroon and the buggy vvhesl. After a careful ex- trowsers of dark green, with dark amination wo pronounce it quite red stripe down the side. Taking 1 Bogue Phillip, of Wildie was here an ingenious, mecnauicai coiurir it ill together, we think theni to be Thursday. ance. the most strikeing contrast, we have even seen. Uncle Logue McKinncy is very The Hon. R. C. Bums, of Cat- 'i sick this week. lettsburg, Judge Ed C. O'Rear, of A lawyer,' once in an adjoining at'Living-stoMrs. R. B. Mullins is Mt. Sterling .dndJudgc'A. J. Aux-ie- county, asked a lady, (who was week. this of Pikeville,are announced Re- weeping), why she anted a diHer reply was: "The Mrs. Dr. M. Pennington is se- publican candidates for Appellate vorce. Judge to succeed Judge Hazelrig. ivretch accuses.-mc- . of snoring in week. riously ill this feet of 1113 sleep) of having" cold Judge Williams, C. C. Williams R. B. Mullins lelt Monday for going through his pockets, ot talkand Fritz Krueger trustees of the Pincville aud othci points. ing all. the time, of hitting him in Lon- Collegctc Institute paid the school a with dishes, of scalding him, of Judge R. G. Williams is visit Monday and are very much don to day on legal business. making him sleepn the woodshed pleased with it and the splendid way Houk, Sr., has been se- in which Pro. Ewers the principal is nights! It would tcke a saint to Jauie live with him, and I want a divorce riously ill during the last week. conducting every thing, on grounds of 'incompatibility ol Aunt Lydic Pickens has been The Goebel Taylor aud Beck- temperament. . very low this week with pheumou-niaham Marshall Contest Boards The State Senate, by a vote of 16 have finished their work. The total to 3 passed the Johnson Bill amendJ. P. Lechleiter, after an illness cost was about $15, 000. which is election law. The of several days, is again able to be much less than was expected. Of the ing the Goebel bill abolishes tile party device on out. sum uieutioried.Tuylorand Marshall the ballot, requires that all ballots will have to pay $1 1 , 000. Mr. and 'Mrs. John Meadows, of shall be printed cm paper to be Pine Hill, arc visiting at Mr. James Slu'cial to Signal. furnished by the' State Librarian, Pcrcell's. Washington, March 6. Repre- requires that.at least one, number, introduced a of each County Board b'f Election Noah Tyree was up to see his sentee Gilbert Pennington bill to pay Henry S. Braiiainau, of Commissioners shall be a Republidaughter Mrs. T. J. Rockcastle, Ky., the .sum of $250 cans and provides that two election yesterday. for services as n piivate soldier in officers in each voting precinct shall Mrs. Sue Mullins. oueol LivingCompany D, Fortyninlh Kentucky be chosen from the two leading parston's most popular women, was regiment, during the civil war. ties, from lists to be furnished by mm here Monday. the party authorities. s wk costs monhy. Great Kiuley oi near Pine Mr. Will Millard army estimates, issued last The murder of young Hill, died Friday night, from a week show total expenditure of Hughes, near East Berr.stadt, was ' stroke of paralysis. $37i4U7i000i an increase over the gravest crime ever committed The in the county. Lynching may reC. Carmical goes to last year of $122,646,600. Rev. J. The persons under arrest to day to assist in a total number of nfficers aud men sult. Frcachersvillc is placed. nt 430,000, an increase charged with the crime are Ed meeting. protracted Smallwood, his son Leonard, two over last year of 245.147. Several of the school children daughters, Lizzie aud Ida, Ma are being kept at home now on James Adams will build a coal C assaday and Hamp Gragg, accouulof the mumps. bin, which will hold 5000 or 6000 refuse to talk. The evidence at bushels, and will in a short while be the Coroner's inquest showed that Judge Carter and wife have rentable to take all ihe coal which the Lizzie Smallwood used it double tleman from Harlan from the hall ADAM'S FISTULA' SALE... ed their house to Mrs. Kssie Painter local banks can furnish. This is barrel shotgun in the' killing. so they can'exercise their guns to and taken rooms at Miller House. Manufactured by J. W. Adams what we have been needing for She also tried to shoo Deputy Col- a better advantage on the innocent & Co., Paint Lick, Kv.. is meeting some time, and we should be proud lier when the arrest was! made, and bystanders. Isaac McCracken son of Dr. with ready sale everywhere. Per Monday at- we have a man who has so much was in town The Gentleman from Nelson gave the officers a shafpissle when have used it say it's a I am authorized to extend an in- sons who tending trial of Loswell and Clark. enterprise about him. The putting haudcuffs5n ne-rmarked success aud a sure cure for vitation from the distillers of my Moss, sister of Col. of Nicholasville, prisoners were brought uere under Swecuey, scratchMr. J. N. Nave, Mrs. W. B. Fistulo. Pole-evicounty to.thc members of this a carriage on and 'Squire J. H. Sigman have a strong guard toprevent 1: rue lijng Greasy Heel, Etc. Colston, fell from body lo pay a visit to their es, Enlargmenls, There is no clew as to what a,tal-- , Sunday last at Lancaster, breaking bought out the Hart estate at ConIt is sold on a written guarantee, establishments at any time suitable way to which place 'Squire Sigman ly stabbed Ed Frieze, near ittsand mouey refunded it not as repher arm to their convenience. has moved and taken charge of the burg, Saturday night. resented. For sale by Theo. WesThere will be no preaching at store. The Conway dumber The Speaker The invitat ion is ley, druggist, Mt. Vernon, Ky. y The school per capita for the State, carried. The the Christian church Sunday, owing has secured Mn Jesse Dykes, will undoubtedly be reduced this accepted and motion mar being in Barbourville, adjourned to smallpox Legislature stands who has general year. of Richmond, At $2170 for each child to meet in Nelson county at early the home of Rev. Cole. charge of the Company's business disclosed by the census to be of GOING down mix That portion alMr. John Wood is school age. A cut in the pe- - capita sunrise in Rockcastle. Uncle Harrison Reams who People suffering from kidney of this honorable body reaching the ways reminds us of the great Daniel an able assistant to Mr. Dykes., to $2.40 is anticipated. Necessity locality before the hour men- diseases a gradual but steady loss Webster was in town Wednesday. for this reduction in the per capita tioned, will be furnished proper ir- of vitality. They should lose, no Robert Blyth, a colored boy, who Foley's Kidney He says there is no moie Egypt. allowance is due to the fact that the rigation by our friends on the time in trying robbed the P. O. at Silver Creek Cure. It is guaranteed. Mrs. Oscar Bostic went over to Madison county, on Feb. 28th, was resources for last year were not suf- grounds. C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon; Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros., Creek Sunday" to see her arrested yesterday morning at Rich- ficient to meet the $2.70 per capita Brush dn last Saturday Milton Rentier Livingston. brother Tom Jordan, who is veiy mond by J. H. Allman Chief of Po- Nevertheless theatnouut due under consumption and, not ex- lice of Richmouh and U. Sj Marshal that allowance most be carried for was acquitted on charge of shooting low with ward as a deficit'and paid out of the along puolic highway. pected to live. If troubled with rheumatism, James Short of this place. He was brought school fund for this year. In order Townsel was held over to answer give Chamberlain's Pain-Baland Ike Dooley a Geo. Johnson here ytsterday afternoon and tried the Rour.dstone before Commissioner White, and to pay off this deficit and pay a sur- .before the grond tury in 3 cases for trial. cost you a cent It will uot have purchased Quarry Co's, interest at Withers. his bond was fixed at $1,000 which plus in the schdol fund of the State selling whiskey. Wm. Bradley, ii does no good. One application and when these two men take hold, he was unable to give and was sent to meet same the' per capita allow- Loiian Arnold aud Geo. Vance fin will relieve the pain. It also cures ance must be reduced. "Former ed $50 each and cost lor furnishing sprains and bruises in the it means success to jail. Superintendent of Schools liquor to minors. Pate McClure time required by any other treat-meState The schools at Barbourville have . j. uviiouu, uu ciucrmg upon was tried same day for selling liquor burns, frostbites, Cuts, Rev. T. C. Carmical. Willis Grif- r1nci.fl because of the existence of duties, found.a deficit lelt by his unlawfully in two cases and held quinsey, pains in the side and chest and J. A. Landrum composing smallpox in that town. The health fin, of Royal Arch Masons predecessor by reason of too high a over but executed appearance bond glandular and other swellings are officers have forbidden public gath a committee Supeiin and was released on Monday, quickly cured by applying it. Evplace, went to' London, per capita allowance from this DaOrcUan-reducecrings of any kind. vthe per Price 25, Royal Arch tendent Hogue Laswell was fined icent and ery bottle warranted. Monday, to petition the For sale by Theo. and Adams have closed the Chapter at that place for a recom capita and strove to pay oil tliladc- - cost aiirt Wallace Clark $15 and for and 50 cts. Houk u!.t-,i..r,,tPli.f- ni "en, uui me utsi year in unite lie h contract with Fritz Krueger, to of peace committed on Wm. Wesley, Mt. Vernon, Ky. raised the per capita beyond of of Ihe a $5,000 brick store house on RoyaT Arch erect CHasteen, Elzie Langford went to m nnmnize a Chanter of what the resources of the State war- - jaiUbtisfy a fine of $15. corner. Mr. Krueger the Adams A UTTtK KNOWN l'ACT. ' ranted thus leaving a deficit for his began the foundation Wednesday Royal Arch Masons at this place. successor. The school per capita Mat McKenney 85,00 for breach That the majority of serious disThe petition was accepted and the , morning-ofthepeafceand John Debord $1 eases qrigiuate in disorder of the be estimated and fixed before nimnrnr' will be onranized here in kidneys. Foley's Kidney cure is Geo. W. Drake, tlie famous uwiin the near futute. il known exactly what the re for being driirk. guaranteed. Try it to day if you're tources will be, so it is impossible tain detective, waa kjtled last night not feeling well. Whitafer-haj-l Jus exa'nift fey Will St: John in a blind tiger at Mt. Vernon; c 11 fcxnne Cf 21 lo guage the matter exactly. For Harlan TuesdayTforshooting Gov C. C Davis & Co., Hagan Bros. v Stance, Superintendent' Davidson uing trial Torrent, in PoweU eountyi James xli vn-'--- Dr. Clark, Brodhcad; Call'at the Signal popped up the penpipufa from $2.30 Goebel autl wash.'d ivhuoutbaU. Livingston. Fld, who wpsowth Drake, wasalslo 1 to $2.70 ina siugleai;'' JKWP..offijOftfMt-Voi-no- n. Wiled.. Hold J lerrlces on tlie 4th The Book Bill pass ed Senate Wednesday, will go to IT. G. Baker is in Louisville and House in a day or so, there is no Cincinnati thi : week buying Ins doubt but that it will become a law. spring goods. Milford Bar'tlett, was arretted Miss Ellen Dutner of Wildie is several weeks ag&faccused of killstaying her, now taking music les- ing and burning ms wife in an old sons, on the guitar; abandoned cabins was given his examining .trial Before County Judge Tip Langford wnL down to Crab Catron, at Somerset, on Saturday Orchard Sunday to see Miss. Fan-ntest and acquitted. Bdwen Claunch Langford, and says her health a negro, was arrested immediately is greatly improved. it 56 to 42. Jones were Chinji.-fjchoo- '. n r, to-da- y i, Brit-iau- Great opportunity offered to good COURT .CALENDAR. reliable men. Salary ol $t5 'per County Court'.- Fourth Me week an&expenscs ior man with , ;, The knowing Jaken from rig to iuttoduce otu; Poultry Mix- day in each month. Maft-da- y CouRT.-S-Fiis- t Quahtk ri.y Chicago paper, is a pretty good ture and Insect ' Destrpyer in the in January, April, July and, Inrlesque on the present Legislat- - country. 'Se'iip .ytanip, American ,,, Mfg. Co..Terre Haue, Ind. feb. October; y e: ? of 23 1 yr. Circuit Cuut. Second Mn "The Speaker of the HSuse uay 111 reoruary, fourth Atonnay 'r,. Representatives mounted the rosti'n May and Third londayia Sp "POSTED. rum and called , the meeting to tember. I hereby wa'rn "all persons 'from order with the but end of a Smitlf Mt Vernon Poi.ick Cojjrt; . & Wesson's great work on "Scien tresspassing On my farm, situated Third Monday in each qjonTh. on Renfioe.s creek, known as the - x tific Ventilation." r ill1 jjjv . JL .' The Speaker -- WiJJ.the Coroner Milton Hiafyjoxm Jamks Crawtokd, Brodhcad, Ky. P. A. Pennington, 0. D. S.; M. D. .' please read the mituites of th preceding meeting? I iiiean th Clerk DENTST, For Sale. One house t.nd lot N W Cor. Third and ChMstiuiL Sts. Clerk I retire! to state that The a gentleman from Bre atlii t county situated in northern wing' of tpwn.' LOUISVILLE, KY.'' . S. N. Davis: 3t. accidentiy shot off two Mf my fin- Will be at Miller ' Hqusc.. gers as I vas holding u p ny haud For fire, life and accident in Vernon during all Circuit Courts. to give the barkeeper the. mystic surance, call at the Signal office. t signal last night, an5 I have been E. S. Alhright, Agent. finable to write up the mmues R. G.WILLIAMS, The SpeakerTWell, it is ImmaWe have just received n large Attorn.ey--at-L,a- w terial. The Qtrk can perhaps in bill of flour in barrels and sacks, form us whether there have Deeu which we guarantee to be as good MT. VERNON. KY. any vacancies on the roll since our as auv on the market: and our C. C. WILLIAMSY ' be last meeting. prices are such as not to ' The Clerk I think not, but equaled by any.firm in town. Attorn there are several members 011 the Houk & Son. Mt. Vemn Ky. "missing" list. Judge R. G. and C. C. Williams The Speaker Before taking up went to Con v ay Tuesday to look BOffice ou 2nd floor of 'new brick on Church street. SpeciaJ business of the day, I must rethe after some cases in Squire Sigmans attention given to collections. quest the gentlemen from Rock- court. castle county to quit firing his gun G. W. MccuKR. J. W. Bhown. at the skylights. Monday last W. II. Jones of WilMcCLURE' & BROWN The gentlemen from Rockcastle die was appointed and qualified as I wasjsimply trying to catch the Administrator of Oje estate of Ben Attnrheys-at-Law" m if i Speaker's eye. I have a bill here, Lear deceased with Dr. R. H. Lewis ' ' ..MT,.yERNON, KY. Mr. Speaker, to provide a navy for as surity on his bond. the State of Kentucky. All business entrusted to our care will receive ; prompt attention. The Speake- r- Without objection the C. C. Davis & "Co., Mt. Vernon; Office on Main street the'bill will be refeired to Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros., Committee on Naval Affairs. I Livingston. believe that is the gentleman from -' V 3943' Clay county who Is waiving Bowie TOO many people lose valuable knife at the chair. time in experimenting with cough and cold cures. They should take ST- Thc'gentleman from Clay Mr. Foley's Honey and Tar before it is Speaker, I wish to introduce a bill too LATE. providing for the equipment ot the C. C Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon; members Of the Legislature with Dr. Clark; Brodhcad; Hagan Bros., op LONDON, KY. armorplated shirts and the most Lwingstdn. modern firearms. 15,000'. -- For gpod suit of clothes from The Cliajr The bill of the genM. HOPE, $7.50 up as high as you want them V. BOREING. tleman from Clay is referred, with President, call aud see C Ct Davis, at Drugout objection, to the Coiutuitte on " R. M. JACKSON. store. Cemeteries and tate defense. Cashier. The gentleuiau from Jefferson-- Mr. , WK WANT KtjyjitUSINlSSS,. editor of the A. Chairman, I wish to move that Ohio, suffered the Legislature make an appropria- Journal, Doylestown, tion to provide for each member of for a number of years from rheuthis body with a copy of the Code matism iu his right shoulder and of Kentucky, also the Code Duello side. .He sas ''My right arm at (" and a historty of the Clay county times was entirely useless. I tr'ed Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and was fued, surprised to receive relief almost The Chair The gentleman's The Pain Balm has Brodheml, Kentucky. motion is referred to a Committee immediately. been a constant companion of mine ,i on Education. The Sergeant-a- t JT&H Work first.class and guaranArms will please remove the gen- ever since and it never fails'." For teed' tOjgive satisfaction. Vernon? tleman from Whitley and the gen-- sale by Theo. Wesley. Ml. LEGISLATURE. - f , ''V f -l- TT? , 1 NATIONAL Capital 50,000 Surplus Vice-Preside- R..Dc-Eluent- W. A.CARSON Paintef aiiJ Paper Hanger f. -- B Hotel Frith F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Located at the 1 . A n. DepotVow . Br.o'dhead, Good Livery Ky Attaeheef l, hon-erab- le - Meet all Trains, Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited. WiilUJtifi "v lunches for all trains. ;i " Com-pau- Look. Top prices paid fo furs, game, eggs, poultry, hides, feath- ers and all kinds of country pro- ducc. A. E. A1.11RIGHT & Bko., Cincinnati, Ohio...( Reference: Second National Bauk".- -. Cincinnati;: First National Bank, Stanford, Ky; Curry, Tunis & Nor' wood', Lexinton. Ky. WANTED! ltpltiilih. tn.ni fni- - , s' p v VI f SI ,. ", "" 4 MiniMi'in. uf Itntnrh ; Of. m Ike luish tuopcu in tl:!sivinily w for an tz&rgcttu Mib6riii.ui. Kindly iieii(ioii tliis i;iiit v.Iium writing. , A. T. M0K1U3, CINCINNATI, O. llhistiiiti'd catalogue lets, postjyf. one-thir- d n. THK I1KST SAt,V IN THE W01U.D P ls d W -? 'S' ftf-eic- is the Banner Salve, It is male from a prescription by a worhl-visi- i known skin specialist and is pocr tively the most healing s;ilve fed piles, burns, scalds, ulceia running sores and all skin diseases. C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon; Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bro:., i ' 'i Livingston. Agents on salary of $15.00 per week and expenses; the greaety agent seller ever produced; evou ,t stock and poultry raiser buys it est sight. Hustlers wonted Refier ence. Address, with stamp, Aaieit ican Mfg. Co , Terre Haut, Ind feb. 23 yr. 1 I it . tv- - -- 1 1- -1 .! ( ' f I J. " ( k , A i wri A , UfStmr '4 ! - W "f". T Oar laertftto of BtfcfiHr. POSTED ON FINANCE. Much disouiskn habeen aroused lately br the alarming Increase of insanity. Our high te of living is the cause assigned. In the AtLcnat That AVns the Improialon She Gave Her Sister Clnb rush for money, both men and women neglect their bodies until the breakdown comes. Members. The beat way tojireserve health is by a faithful use of Ilbstelter's Stomach Bitters. By "It jis simply impossible to keep posted on curing all stomach ills, this remedy prevents nervous breakdown. It is also an excellent everything, said a club woman to a Daughter of Ithc American Revolution. medicine for constipation, dyspepsia and "Yes, indeed, it is," admitted thcD.A.R. biliousness. "But somietjmes, if you aro not quite posted, you can wriggle out of a difficult situation Fanny Footnotes.' so very ignorant. For exwithout lovely chocolate car- ample, I seeming saved by my presence cf If a girl can make was just amels a man thinks she can cook. mind at a D. A. It. meeting the other day. Success is like a chicken; if you get It Prof. Sparks, of the" university, you know, cooped up, it is well to kqep nn eye on the read a lovely papor on 'Governcur Morris, coop. Financier of the Americar. Revolution.' When some women get the blues the "'Who is this .Govcrneur Morris?' said a family find it out by having to eat dried friend of mine lfrom the Fortnightly club, peach pics. 'Seems to me I ticver heard of him.' When the truth is told all our good "There were half a dozen women around, resolutions last longer than we thought and I was frightfully embarrassed. I never they would. had heard of Governcur Morris, either, but. After a girl has taken three French les- you know, a D. A. It. ismpposed to know all . ions she canado the French shrug better those things. " 'O, don't you remember?' I said. 'Morthan her teacher. single thought ris was the man who financed the governTwo souls with but a surprise everybody by finding an awful lot ment and borrowed a lot of money to do it.' " 'Thank you,' said my friend from tho to talk about. e ForlnisJitly. Birth doesn't amount to so, much; "Now, the fact is, you know, dear, conoften presents a fine imitation of the tinued the D. A. 11., "I really knew nothing correct aristocratic air. Indianapolis Jourof it whatever, except that Prof. Sparks nal. subject said that the man had financed the government, nnd I knew if ho did that he Hoir'at This? havt; had to borrow a lot of money." We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward must Chicago Inter Ocean. for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Conlil ClinnKC Ilia 911ml. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. Prof. Hcndershott is well known We, the undersigned, have known F. J, burgh as a man of affable temper, in Pittsnnd it is Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him One rare thnt perfectly honorable in all business transac- day while he shows cve4 a impatience. trolley suburban traveling on tions and financially able to carry out any car to call on a friend, he naked the conobligations made by their firm. city street ductor to transfer him to West &. Truax, Wholesale Druggists, To- cars at a certain point. Soonthe afterward the ledo, O. car stopped and he was surprised to sec outWalding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale side the very friend he was seeking. He Druggists. Toledo, O. leave the Halt's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, started tohim. "Youcar, when the conductor change for your accosted acting directly upon the blood and mucous car here," he said, can't brusquely. The prosurfaces of the system. Price 75c. per bot- fessor passed him, taking no notice. "Can't tle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials change cars here, I tell you." snapped the free. conductor again. The professor, deep in HOW. GEORGE KERSTEN, OF CHICAGO. Hall's Family Pills are the best. conversation with his friend, merely wavfd his hand to signify that the car might go Hon. Geo. Kcrstcn, a n Justice of tho Peace, of Chicago, says: on without him. "Here," cried the man Primitive Emotion. Mario Roscngcd eight years, was telling in brass buttons, angrily, "don't I tell j on ioa afflicted wtth catarrh for nine years. My catarrh tvas Elsie, aged seven, about the making of the that jou can't change cars at this place?" tried many remedies without avail, world. "And Adam was the first being Then, the good old professor answered with located chiefly in my head. created," she announced, solemnly. "So severity: "But I can change my mind at applied to several doctors, bat they tverc not able to cure me. it wis awfully lonely for him, and one day, this station, ean't I?" Goldeu Days. when he was asleep, the Lord took a rib learned of the mmedy, Peruna, through the daily newspapers. After Took Him Down. out of his side and made a woman out of consider my it so Adam would have a friend to play was entirely cured. of a famoui tailing the remedy for 18 weeks A former commodore-captaiwith him." line, while friendly nnd polite "And wasn't Adam e'prised?" asked to his passengers when below, was very cure permanent, as it has been two and a half years since was cured." Elsie. much the reverse if approached when on Any man who wishes perfect health All fnmilics should provide them- "Surprised! Why he was just tickled to duty. As he happened to be on deck one ' said Marie Rose, ecstatically. N. fine afternoon, n lady, quite unaware of thU must be entirely free from cnturrh. Ca- Eclvcswlthacopy of Dr. Hnrtman's free death! Y. Commercial Advertiser. peculiarity, accosting him with some trifling tarrh isvcllnlgh universal; n'lmost om- book entitled "Winter Catarrh." This query ns to the probable duration of the nipresent. IVrunh is the only absolute book consists of seven lectures on Hap Pnule Educator. favorable weather, was both surprised and nnd la grippe delivered at The snfeguard known. A cold is the beginIs Iowa as large as Maine? Which is the indignant to get curtly answered: "Don't know, ma'am don't know. Belter ning of cnturrh. To prevent, colds, to Hurt man Sanitarium. It contains the Pan Handle State? What state is bounded by four straight lines? These and many go and ask the cook." cure colds, i? tocluatrntnrrh out of its latest Information on the trentmentof The lady, though taken somewhat aback, other questions relating to the geography Pcrunn not only curjs catarrh, cntnrrhnl diseases. Address Dr. Hart-mnmap was quite equal lo the occasion, and re- victims. of our own country answered by the Columbus, Ohio. but prevents it. joined: the Chicago Great Westpuzzle sent out by "Oh, I beg a thouand pardons. Kxcutc ern Railway. It is a dissected map of the I thought I was addressing the United States printed on heavy cardboard Weekly. and the puzzle consists in putting the pieces wok!"-Colli- er's together so as to form a co'mplete map. It be found interesting and instructive to will Wnii It Snlclilrr old people as well as young. It will be sent Brakeman The trainboy dropped dead In to our readers sending 10 cents toF. II. Lord, i it ti jsu t the baggage car a few minutes ago. G. P. aud T. A., Chicago Great Western Conductor Poor fellow! Heart trouble, Chicago, III., mark envelope "PuzRailway, I suppose. zle Department." "I don't think so. He hnd one, of his own cigars in his mouth at the time." It will cost you only 50 cents Crownlnn; SI Iff lit. The Chicago Evening News. extra to ride all day in a Cotton An Atchison man has been henpecked during the greater part of his life by a wife and LorUato Homo Sooltorj' Kxrurslnns. Belt Parlor Cafe Car (25 cents five daughters. Against his will he has been The Missouri Pacific Railway and Iron for a half a day). Passengers obliged to take little homeopathic pills when he would h.ive preferred quinine, to attend Mountain Route arc now running n tories of toTexas,viaMemphis,can take the Episcopal church when he preferred the excursions to the West and Southwest. Tickets on sale March 0th nnd 20th, April advantage of this Car, which-iBaptist, and recently his women folks comMaps, pelled him to be vaccinated by a woman doc- '3d and 17th, at very low rates. pamphletsfoldfurnished with easy chairs, ers, time cards and illustrated on tor. Atchison Globe. has a Gentlemen's Observation the various states mailed free on application to II. C. Townscnd. G. P. & T. A., St. Louis. Smoking Room, a Ladies' 0,434 a Dnjr. Bloowumors Aro Curod by A NOTED JUDGE SAVED DY PERM Failed. I Prom Htf Factory to'USER. ONE Prollt. our Sewlns; JUarhliM has all Iwiroro-mentthe neceeaary Attach, menta. and Aceewwiea, with cholceof onktrn.u nut cabinet. Isfunt.ted with thietM lmijoiea iitTOMATin 111IIEADINO BJ7' TLE. DonemoveaL ready for aerrtce. Iho Htnn Ana NKT.ua, flood's Sarsaparilla 'It the Purifies Blood. Hood's Harsnparllla lu tlio Bprlnj? and It is tho best blood purifier I know of." Miss I'eahlrGuiffin, Bald Win, Mich. camo on my facoliavo all disappeared since I began taking Hood's Had Catarrh Nint Years All Doctors H "' "I always take "Eruptions that 'i Antoinette BOTJMN VIMliK, ntil a set ot beat .teel attachments, eRrefilly packedlnahandnoine VELvITT llnedcaso. Weightof machine, weather wrapped end crated, Is atxue the Thefrelshtwll iioibe. Itisahlrped at about l0O within aiWUMOt Chleaso. Tie cabinet work je ornamental, theBm drawers and en. (lAUVEDand iWilr flnlnhed, harlig rbelnallANn theTieaTT NIOKKlAPLATED itlnnbrawerpnlls,etu Each machine la carefully tested before leaylna otr factory. - A MELBA ealoto usmeanannewfrlendanl one line of mtiM- for and mineraltherefore EVERYTHING) to yoi wecan nnora ae U8E1 IT. WEAR rein end fully OlfAItA.NTEE itfo-nit- . It on a eioas Wonni .Mnthla machine O.O ., with examination prlTiietre, to any point in ; hett .O0 with order. Price of rawei 8. on receipt of TAKK-TJ- SqsS9 MKLPAhnitthepamt OOMPLETR Cures Ail Eruptions. Sarsaparilla. It cured my father of catarrh." Ali-ii- a pages will be aent prepaid on receipt of IS cents, which paya part of express charges, and will be refunded on aaa VUH Ml'ttixiu UATAMiuucai J.vvv uiunnuo4 ..""- ... ... Bloomlngton, Hamilton, Ind. Eradicates Scrofula. Mooiie, .Mount Hopo, Wis. all over my back and faco. I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and in a fow weeks I could not sco any sign of tho sores." Ohio I). "I had scrofula sores indo,-lenc- tecelptof flnitorder, Thlacatalopuoonotes wholesale erica on EVE11YTIIINO you EAT. WEAK and USE. JOITN M. SMTTK CO.. Established 1857. 160.100 XV. lUdlaon fit, OriexbythlsHo. 11 B. CIUCAUO.UX. Miter's Itape glresHicn, rood, What Is Its' c..ii. SCORE FOR THE MENU. v.f u i, Ho Guessed nt the French ana Struck Nothing Hut Ekk and I Salter's Sec4i are Wsrran W to FreJow. r Ksbloa Latbtr. E.Troy, Pa., ailnlhed tb. worl4 1 J. JM f srrrowlaxWll.,bufhtli Uli 1 our Uau: II. Ilrclder, hl.alf. lllbal. tarleyl tird Ln.fJ.J, I1..1II. u.wk-.- ". VJ MV n IUi tttH ., k. .Bl..tHlh,h.fll,.t'.MTB mi aert. iryoaconbt. write tbrtn. Mewitaisiaia Kn,SW DCW CUIlomer., BrntB win ituuvutmi SEEDS ,... FARM catalog tens. Toothpicks. 10 pfcgi of rivrt ftrm Orn ppill,pr(Kiuc;ini pwbusb. Gilson Next time I take a girl to a French smooth. restaurant I won't be so I don't care a durn whether she believes my sleep and take a French I talk French in newspaper, or whether Bhe thinks I don t d 10 DOLLARS WORTH FOR 10c. enT,Blt Baab, tht 8 er4 iiiwu4 wus u IrCr ftcrelDOT can una Dariej. jtromuaiiDeiinia ,k Cnf .A d A.Aaa ABAAB via ibiiui es a Ak )Q grot-caajisa if in lUpc, Spring Y hrtt, ka.t iocludinj our mam BJoinrliini, rruii una Bern s.kio(, Abftal ntlier't ureatAlllllon uoiisr I'otato, all for loo. CI HIT 17 VOTIH IVIO fc.sttevr. P'a.lAA. --M.tfrt potiit -- j know a French poodle from a dachshund! Willets What's the matter now? "Last night I thought if I'd go right down the card and pick out something every couple of inches I'd strike it about right. If there's one thing I can't eat it's hen fruit. Well, the first round we got was soup with a dropped egg in it." "Well, you didn't have to cat it!" "The next prizo package I drew was a fought hyof it and said Flain omelette. forI the real solid dishes." waiting PUai undthli adr. irlth 10 .i...'.::nr.i pi ra.rii.) 1 ! Mi icidl, l.Wv w. K, nlnnfi. ctaijw ' to8lr. Pt. well-know- "I I I I "Poor oldchapl" "Then I got mad and jumped clear to the last thing on the list for dessert. And what do you thjnk the waiter brought us? Toothpicks!" N. Y. Press. "Oh, How "Well, nest I got eggs broiled in butter nnd then egg sandwiches! I couldn't play off forever, and I had to cat 'cm." "Yes." trans-Atlanti- c I I I Ladies and Children without Escort En route to California should join one of the Santa I'c Route personally conducted excurThe petty cares and ances of long-distan- en-tnr- sions. annoy- llnppr ..Am," pain many of mv friends arc surprised, nnd lay they will fcndforsomeofthe"5 DROPS", (sample bottles will be sent to anyone on receipt of 25c. Large bottles, containing 300 doses: $1.00. For information write, Swan-coRheumatic Cure Co., 101 E. Lake St.. Chicago, III. n Writes Mrs. Archie Young, 1817 Oaks Ave., West Superior, Wis., "that I am once more free from that terrible Neuralgia pain I had been suffering with over five ears. I am so thankful, and pleased to say your "6 DROPS" is the best medicine 1 ever got in my life. I rcccivedlt last November, used it right away; the first dose helped me. .Many a day I thought I would die before my husband returned from his labor. Since 1 am free from n, NHHilHHHHHm !'?; travel are taken off their minds by a special excursion conductor. No extra charge. Full information cheerfully furnished. T. A. GRADY, 0 e No Wonder They Fled. An authority upon chemistry was lecturing before n woman's club nnd illustrating his remarks with experiments. Ail vent well until he paused a moment end then said: "I'm ycry sorry, but I must ask any of the ladies who use face powder containing bismuth to leave the room during this experiment, as the gases I am about to set free have a peculiar affinity for bismuth and turn it purple." Whereupon the entire audience save three courageous sisters rose and fled from the room. St. Paul Globe. well-know- PdriorCdfeCai . jfinw- - Eh route to Texas. 1 MWLfy WS s emmm-it- Manager California Tourist Senrlce, The Atchison, Topeka & Santa fo Railway, 109 Adams Street, Chicago. tTtFtvirrrxi-tTfr- t AAAAAAA iTTTTTTTTTTf 'A A A INCREASE pm CROPS Krory Airnicr, nrhntlife tin luia il fow acres or hun-dreds, can mnko larvcr crops if ho A win bow his eram with a GAH00N: broadcast;; Tetters I -- . To California Qulclily nnd Comfortably Via Chicago, Union Pacific and Northwestern Line. "The Overland Limited" leaves Chicago daily 0:30 P. M.; arrives Snn Francisco tire afternoon of third day, and Los Anpcles next morning. No change of cars. All meals in dining cars. Buffet, smoking and library cars, with barber. "The best of everything' "The Pacific Express" s leaves Chicago daily 10:30 P. M., with and through tourist sleepers to California. Personally conducted excursions every Thursday. All agents sell tickets via Chicago & R'y. For full information and illustrated pamphlet applvto W. 15. Kniskern, 22 Fifth ave, Chicago, III. first-clasKorth-Wcstern The John A. Salzcr Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., received 0,434 orders Feb. 20, which is a monster day, but they expect to double this number by the middle of March. The firm is having a great trade in its specialties, spcltz, Iliomus Inermis, Rape, Dig 'our Oats, Three Eared Corn and earliest vegetables'. There is a wonderful demand for onions, cabbage, peas and bean seed this year. Early Bird Radish nnd Lightning Cabbage, the earliest of this kind in the wide, wide world, are having a tremendous sale. The firm above mentioned is a large adver tiser and use weekly newspapers that tells the story. "What did Mr. Cummtng Kay to you last night, Clara, when he was trying to but"Why, he said any man who mnde gloves that wouldn't button easier tha'n mine ought to give up the bmincss." Well, dear, take my advice and don't waste any, more lime in that direction." Stray Stories. 91,000,000 In l.t Von ml Rend the story of the Million Dollar Potato, also of Rape, Bromus, Spcltz, 3 eared Corn, etc., all great money makers for the farmer, in John A. Salzcr Seed Co.'s, La Crosse, Wis., catalog. Send 10c. postage for name and 10 rare samples of farm seeds. Largest Vegetable Seed Growers in the Ik Unitc4 States; Charged to Account. Father "You're altogether too extravagant, sir. Now, what did you pay for that suit you've on you?" Son "Oh, say, pop, you must tiunk nn a chump." Detroit rree 'ress. ton Hopeless Ilnclielnr. T rmnmncr "Rnftrn nnrl a f?ate "asstHsVwMal rally, 4unlfornilyiV loO aires t, ( fr AtASUA B"1T It STlVIIWIIII-- feSeetl Sower AAAhAMl. sowa i jour clove? ' where meals are served on the European plan, at reasonable prices. ol both Tlinlclit trln li equipped with nillman Blf pen, comfort-ah- l Reclining Chair Cara and l 1y train with fr nlrlit i.rn. asearon. lor 9) .time, rayaforllselt In as fn only reliable yeais hand It haa been recognlied aoirer. .OOUDK.I. COMPANY, Anlt'lm, nn hour of anfA i.n.iH a nil.'.. Ifyour dealer wnn't furnl.li It, addre.a' N. ikhii 3JJF' wFlu!lav tli, tuch Coarhea. Either train on the Cotton Belt from Memphl. nO ri the fattett and ahorteat ronte to Teiaa. Write and tell in where too aro coins and when you will leara, and we wIM tell l on what your ticket will coat and what train to We will alio KEd I ale to male the teat tlmo and connection!. you an Intereitlne llttlo booklet. "A Trip to Texas." ftes1 II. W. Q. ADAMS. T.P.A., Nashvlfe. Tenn. P. R. WYATT. T.P.A.. Cincinnati. Ohio. II. It. SUTTON, T. P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn. M Jjfc D. W. LaBEAUME, 0. P. and T. A., St. Louis, Mo. In 3 or 4 Years an Independence Is Assured nEADEUS OF TIII8 PAPEH l)K31KINa TO I1UV AXrTUINO ADVEItTISEII IN ITS COLUMNS BUOULD 1N8IST UIKDN IIAVIKa WHAT TIIHY ASK FOIt, ItEFUSIKa AI.IB0USTITUTE3 Oil IMITATIONS. Not So Snre. At a dinner in Rottingdean lately, a royal academician stated to the company the curious fact that sugar and sumac are the only two words in English where cu is pronounced shu. There was much interest shown in the discovery, when Rudyard Kipling was heard from the other end of the table: "But. are you quite sure?" Chicago Chronicle. The International & Great Northern railway are sending out a map of Texas, Mexico and surrounding territory that is an excellent production of the map engraver's art, both artistically and geographically. The map is made on nn unusually large scale, and is as near perfect as to details as it is possible to make it. Mr. D. J. Price, general passenger and ticket agent of the system, at Palestine, Texas, is sending copies of this map to anyone who asks for it and enclose seven cents in stamps to pay postage. MAIIKF.T Wee are the people Record. -- the Bushmen. LaMar of tho Henry LaMar a Comedy Co. wroto from Hiram, Me. N January 28. zooo. " Send mo another H , bottle of Eejrv Yale Working Women M mre Invited to write to FRKE. Yon Cnn Get Allen' Fnnt-Eii- e Write) to Allen H. Olmsted, Lcrov, N. Y., for n FREE samplo of Allcn'i Foot-Easa powder to shako Into your shoes. It cures chilblains, sweating, damp, swollen, aching feet. It makes Now or ticht shoes easy. A certain euro for Corns uml Bun. Ions. All druggists nud shoostorcs sell it. '.'c. She (after the proposal) "You know nana is not rich." He (philosophically) ''Oh, well. IM rather take his chances than mine." Harlem Life. The proposition of the T. M. Roberts Supply House, Minneapolis, Minn., faund in this issue, should be accepted at once, by everyone. C7 big packets of garden aeeds for a few cents, and a fine knife free. When you write them mention this paper. else-wner- e Palmer's Lotion quick. PIMPLES or pustules on his face from which a dozen doctors had failed to relieve him. Use LOTION In connection with tho Lotion. it." I thank you for recommending He was troubled with SOAP PILES wiuLaA-us trated pin, Diets, f iTlng experience ot farmeia who hare become wealthy In crowlnff wheat, renort ofdeleeatet.eu:.. and full loiormauonasioreaacea railway rntea can be bad on annllcatlon to the Superintendent of IrarolgraUun. Inpayment of Interior. Ottawa, Canada, or address tbe under-sinnewho will mall you atlases, pamrhlcis. etc, freo of cwt. r', 1'KDL.tCY, Hunt, of ItumlEratlOB, Ottawa, Canada! or to D. I CAVWN. Columbus. IT. T. 110L.MB.8, The Bates, Indianapolis. Inu. Ohio; Pr. Williams India,. Pile ointment will euro llllnd. Itching Weeding and l'lles. It absorbs the lumen, allays tbe Itching at once, acts as a poultice. Hires Initantre- tor rues ler. ind Itcblnirof the nrlrata pans, tt drufffflslaor b. At ri mail on receipt of mien, ov oonla ana si,uu I r rou take up lour homes In Western Canada, tho land ot plenty. Illus- GREGORY'S A??rtf5E For 40 aWLtf SEEDS years tlio favorlto 1900 a-- KS&1H1& USmliMM JMjfzr- - k f:.S&$m 'with practical gardeners Mz.y:& fand florists. The new aaafSJf catalogue describes all It. leu. Bond for aT J . J. II. GREGORY mis A SOX, JlarLle head, Mais. Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. In time. Sold by druirelsta. sfarITSSBafSTrlKK TlAt 1ST MHAACV.AI HtKt AIL FAILSr Ucom tn A. N. K.- -B i -- - 1803 If you have painful periods, backaches or any Mrs Plnkham; she has helped multitudes Your letter will bo sacredly confidential ii man. Mrs Plnkham for free advice about their health Mrs, Plnkham Is a wo- REPORT. com'n 6. 4 35 4 S5 Select butchers CALVES Kxtra IIOGS-Select LIVE STOCIC-Cat- Cincinnati, Mnrch tle, 3 4 of the more serious Ills of women, write to packers Mixed packers Light shippers SHEUP-Chol- co LAMBS Extra FLOUR Spring patent QRATN-Wheat-- No. u pigetowi wherever the Eng-haK&Jn9u9 fs spoken else canposslVJiSklnffsure to help suf-,7Mso fering women No other medicine has helped so many ve xk)fogetable Compound Is m.Tmmwm aw - s 73 861. M 25 01 .13 75 014 00 PIIOVISIONS-Mc- ss pork ...10 8VMjl 3714 5 65 Lnrd BUTTER-Chol- co ualry" 18 16 26'A Choice creamery APPLES-Chol- co to fancy... 3 00 tp 3 75 POTATOES-P- er 1 65 & 1 75 brl No. 3 red Corn No. 2 mixed Oats No. 2 mixed nye No. 2 HAY Choice timothy 2 red... 7 4 4 4 5 7 3 BO M 40 25 91W& 85 fi 65 Hi 75 35 j p 70 & W. L. DOUGLAS $3 & 3.50 SHOES '$ tamped on bottom. Take! no substitute claimed to be ai pood? Your dealer J&VTA hould keen them if not. we will tend a nalr' on recelot ol nricc and kc. extra for carriage. kind or leather, wt tUJ site, and width, nlaln Stale toe. Cit. free. or can toowrTm W. L DOUGLAS SHOE CO., Brockton, Mass. ii5j&iastoS!5SiaaS!S5S flitu CO., l'ropi., Cliyilamd, omo. WHEPf WHITIXO TO AiivEiiTisrns plenio alnte thntr. you auw the Advertisement In thla uun-- 7 0 5 50 00 4 95 i 00 6 00 7 00 3 85 The highest type of military invention vet devised is the war balloon. Elliott's Magazine. SWorth $4 to $6 compared x with othor makes. by 'Indorsed over l'.OOO.OOO wearers. T7mociliiim InveW. . T.I - . .. i nouzus name and price IINGMESTERI 1 cj 734 ...... To Cure n Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Qulnlno Tablets. All druggists refundmonoylf It fnilsto euro. 25c. Corns are about the only things that will cure a young man of the small boot habit. Elliott's Magazine. Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells.! loaded with Smokeless powder and " New Rival" loaded with Black powder. Superior to alls other brands for 1" Leader" 0i .......... 0 FLOUR 2 red... GRAIN Wheat-N- o. iu. ujiicuku Bjiring Corn No. 2 Oats No. .2 Ryo NO. 2 PORK Mess LARD-Ste- am Winter patent CHICAGO. 3 40 33 68',, t2 qtr 0 3 60 6SV4 33: 23 Fortify Feeble Lungs Aftainst Yintcr with Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar. Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute. Deaf and dumb married folks should cerChicago tainly be unspeakably happy, Daily News. m t4 Her helping hand Is always' outstretched to I Mrs Plnkham' s ad" dress Is Lynn Mass FISH-TACKL- something else Is sug-treated j Remember this when NEW YORK. FLOUR Winter patent .... 3 60 0 3 GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red... 0 Corn No. 2 0 Oats No. 2 mixed 2S40 Rye 0 10 00 010 PORK Mess LARD-Ste- am FLOUR-Fam- (h 55' n C3 ffllft m 5 TiW(t 5 714 85 75 28 63 23ti kV COUGH SYRUP substitutes. Jk Gettlieceuulue. Cures oil Throat and Lung Affections. Refuse UNIFORMITY, RELIABILITY AND STRONG SHOOTING QUALITIES.! Winchester Shells are for sale by all dealers. Insist upon having them when you buy and you will get the best. V,A Thirty minutes is nil tho tlmo required to dyewitii PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. Bold by all druggists. Liars should make it a point to carefully cultivate their memories. Ram's Horn Fiso's Cure is a wonderful Cough medicine. Mrs. W. Pickert, Van Siclcn and Blalto Aves., Brooklyn. N. Y., Oct. 20, '04. The proper size for a lazy individual is exercise. Chicago Daily News. TO Dr. Bulti Pith curt Dyspepsia. VIS SUREjT 111 Trial, to first- - Z BALTIMORE. 0 60 61214 tentlmonlals nnd ratci. lloukof II. Or. II. vlVrw free nfaODCSVMCir I I WSCOVKItTl gives IROH MOUNTfllH R9UTE l.r.aT'.reatmtnt UlttKN q FONH.llc X U. Atlanta, Ua. Wheat No. 2 red... Southern Corn No. 2 mixed Oats No. 2 mixed Ryo No. 2 western........ CATTLE-Fi- rst quality GRAIN HOGS-West- ern lly 3 20 3 00 66140 66 72Z 65 CT 29 58 6 00 5 60 37140 0 37M. 23H 0 67 0 5 25 & Applo Lets or Lnmher, Wr.toforpriccaaid'pfcl- K. (!. ATKINS CO., B.iw Manufncturen. indl'napoll,, Indiana. reund, from all oqupon pointalathoU.S. and Canada. sar-fo- r deiertptlre and Illustrated pamphlet, write Company's agents, or II. c. TOWHMND, General I Faaaenger and Tloket Agent, ST. L.OUIH, 2IO. Pleaaure The World's Banltarlum and Beaort, reached only yla thla line. Elegant Hotels! Sublime Beeneryi Delightful CUmatei noalinE not Spring. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars, without change. from St. Iionla. Seduced Bound Trip Satea all yoat INDIANAPOLIS. GRAIN-Whcat-- No. suffering women ' u Corn Oats FLOUR-Wln- ter GRAIN-Whcnt-- No. No. No. Tf Sum ! mixed; mixed LOUISVILLE. 2 2 2 red... 8 45 71 0 6 60 0 0 69 0 31 0 21 BrORTSM'ZN'a CUtirtstua Euxnuxu fcad n oMilxaa, POWELL lUpnjU Mil Corn PORK-MhARD-BtflOats-Mi- xed oas Mixed ...,.,,., 2 patent red... t f Wytirii frav CLEMENT CO. maM6t..u.ui.smt. ,. lH 0 3 55 0 73 0 33 0 0 SM 0 50 i!H"t'!MHM t9 tot hJlltil mR&VHtUu"ntVraW9m'. iVihiit etMl wwMtikalfwinBf,isntVBEfc -- we offer treah garden seeds, full sized package- -, at leas than V value, best erer grown, that trill grow in any U. B, .climate and CJVE OUR GARDEN SEEDS IN EVERY HOME IN THE COUNTRY vnu FREE jour choice ot knife iown. Out out this adTrtlMmnt and and na 11 cta.lt you want knife H, 1sb ortif eta. VKOKTAIlLE HE1S (retail price il orer JM5) and we will eend II you want knife rto. vud, and the followina erand collection of THE BEST you be entire M nacksU .lid the knifa m BJlKiatDa id. RE, V. THI8I I... "If nnl 1 pkg. Gem Peas, 1 pit. Dwarf Waz lleans, 1 pks. String Deoaa, Watermelon, I pkg. JUaroi juaoiuiu.u lyruiaawiu immiuhki pkg. Ureon Ultron uuak. malon,Ipkg!llutabaga,I pkg. Uig Boston Lettuoe, 2 pfee. Purple lop Turnip,), pkg. THIS Win IBED. Jted Globe Onion, 1 pkg. Hollow Crown Farsnips, I pkg. Early Long Bcarlet Ilsdlsh.1 FTtf n KNIFB VHJmTMX -- r nwtr i innnia tup law. fa-i- .r ntrai isiiaiw. i nrat ' nTma i narer rrarinn i.rwani itaui 7 X rSB fib, I Pks. Bummer OrooknscV Bniash. I pk. Kellp GBg&ir r. ru : pkg. Early Wlth Lot No, a. 8, B. Blood Turnip r . 4mar No. 77 S. B. S With . XaBjbpbw. a, I t i i ii -i ' ...a.. .aII . i. ri.iMuaian.Ip PUCE l"v,J.u" fs rw PsTat- Bt. .. innaota Corn., TtansuknU Also, other nkgi. fresh gardea not maatle-e- d abiwa. 1 altowthar. KNIr'at ftrarr J.rmar shjuM hare. Extra waUhtilaalr Ml sWd onas.lhrtt tti IfRlfef Mades, A IneiadlM t be fcoof. !, Wae., .,- ttaaa .VbTaas, We oT Oonettn baiM, ton han. It fllEK tn tym ' UfcC V Ag-- Afi I - - "; j$ixr'