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VERNON, ROCKOASTLJ the Sranish people have been, lq bcllcro that their navy was invtno and tho bitter dlsannointmeiit will ensue over tho result of tlicl cniraircincnt o( the war is like)! precipitate Internal dissctiiioru; if 1 a revolution. Another result of Aditti fiev vldtory it In thought may bo actio the part of the powers of Euror induce Spain to abandon what or irardcd os a hopeless contest forn Representations may be made to S(j MKp BT3f lit K? W A . ." r. KY., LaOlttALDO'S thii) FRIDAY, MAY G, 1898. NUMBER 'M. SPAIN'S SQUADRON DESTROYED POLICY if"f jv Iiiilcpciiileiioo of the I'lilllp- Sfttt lHihlv the Internal Affair tcTlJo jrHjU'ViMler Vorclsn Protection. V . Toflff, May 3. A copyrighted -- v , THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPA NY, ' - 4 S rmJfronl Singapore to tho - commodore Dewey Enters the oi Manila IO the Plants ftar-D- at Niont, gulsh than that alio Wollld all risk lostnsr West Indian possesions and the to ipfoiucs hef hold better UptM Id - r WW g . . V Is absolutely necessary, to the ymkz taan. oraountr woman who wouldvi-itho Don Antonio de Ulloa was su w& : i.. la'OiiBa.first 1 JorUnco to getivyoai:. success in life. This bing concccH,( jt the'Castilla and Mindanao were sc Not nn Amrr.'on Vend Win Dlsahletl, nml tho Casualties Were Small-Tl- io Span-lard- s' training at tho school that stands in tho verTVront ine PZJ"T ifTtlfWlMfi I .VZ fire nnd the Itclna Maria Christina T Losa Wn Consider In 1'oucmIimi iif tlie l'lillliilno the Don Juan de Austria were scriou Islands Full Details of tho llittlo of Mnnll.i. damaged. One or two of tho smal craft were scuttled by their crew: & escape capture. Others took re Hono Kuxa, May 2. Advices from cinring the confidence which they had a small neighboring creek, culptj presuma" Uaker bay,1 Manila State that Commodore Dewey cntcrluincd throughout that tlic Amer- into American shipswhere, unable lo.fi t aMtTT rn ViTTTiitTrffTiWlii lX'OTAW,J V . IKjI wero opened a strong cannonade against ican ships, their officers and men would tho i i r'AwviiinkiwiiHyrvujAYXAAKBr .rJ' uu a- T, liut not one surrenders H K'W.YYOTWffiWFWXKthe Spanish guarding tho 'harbor Sun- demonstrate their superiority over the low them, May 3. The Madrid London, ATnSn . ,Ps -- h-- r day morning. - Aftctcjjcvcro fighting he Spanish fleet In Philippine waters. spondent of the ' twiwiCK ..it xv ' 4JnBp.KTB--Standard so; j fmwiitMiii . Ki- m mil T7.mr v i - retired to plnco his wounded in safety, Tho any statement siderable surprlso.nnd.disau absence of fr ItaWrUeer.biMfc&Voot'gWlpg-teswinonlals-frcaatSffETwT J then returned to thn nttnek. After :j"- j. i an vos- - , j ' . r.. KraiiniAin"sv jnw.r Uttsnahvve BCH( positions i. orcr xi.- - iv... ". aiuirs - si. win .vo milled FREW' ft uu"p lruinlnjr.a.dcclslvQjvIciorv.ho re tl reel )j iOLScdns' ujo uuiicu iTJrfroTf rTt. m.?c . WMtj 11VV tllV if njr V. ' ti DEWEY'S VICTORY though his lfstotfjlllcd and wounded is they had not suffered appreciable in boen officially stated that the nuthoi to be heavy. Tho cruiser Don jury, nnd this was especially pleasing tles at Manila had received 00 torpcilo?3 bad Clncln-ni- tl Dellsh-ci- l the IVople and Juan do Austria was blown up and her to the naval students of ihe news. Not const heavy guns to strengthen the Irratlr Tiiiiusiinils Krjo'csil Overof tloocl the defenses, particularly tho decommander killed. Tho cruiser Maria only was tho preservation of the News 1'roin the U nt. Cilstlnu was burned and several small American ships and men considered in fenses commanding the two channels isor shlps'of war were sunk. The Span- Itself a happy outcome, but it was ontho rigjjt and left of Corrogidor Cincinnati, May a. Tho news of our ish admiral, Montcjo, was compelled commented upon ns indicating clearly land. "It is noticeable to trn nfer his ling from the Crlstina to that Adm. Dewey nnd his associate of- especially among among all classes, sailors' victory at Manila ran liko wild politicians that therj fire through tha city, spread to tho tho Isla do Cuba. Tlio Spanish fleet ficers and the men under their com-i- n k Druggists and Pharmacists. n cr nnd had discharged splendidly their is strong hope of nn intervention by suburbs and then to tho various vil was practically annihilated and Manila continental powers, especially 'Cei- - lages in tho county. . is It is believed hero scveial duties in directing and exe- many nnd Uussta." The news lljshed over the wire nnd that the capture of the city is a matter cuting tho fight. In this connection Wttlo additional of hut a few hours. it was pointed out ns little less than from Manila, but thenows has arrived was taken up by tlio people, sounded cardinal faet is fiom the church steeples by tho bclU marvelous that the American squadron fa nnd slu Icked through the country by escaped w ithout severe Injury, because, thnt Commodore Dewey is now in ' . of Manila notwithstanding tho disparity in tho session possession bay und can certain- tho whistling of tho factories. Busiof Corrcgidor islam!, ness men paused on tlio street corners nayal forces, the Spanish fleet, assisted ly take jJT We carry Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, by tho shore batterjes, should have even if he finds difficulty in effectually to discuss tho full significance of tho Q, .Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fnncj gg capturing Manila itself owing to tho victory. been able to inflict severe damage to W of n necessary Soaps, - Cigars, Tobaccos, &e. Prcscrip- W Interested nnd cnthusinstlc spectaits foe before itself being destroyed, absence thus sceured a landing fore?. Having ho tors thronged around tho nqw sparer naval fjt' tions carefully compounded at nil hours. fl Q, Its failure to do so was explicable only jj( offices. Business, pleasure, work wero JV Give us a call lor goods usually kept in a ml upon the hypothesis of perfect nnd will have no difficulty in securing supx ' Srst-cias- s 9H all forgotten; ledgers and . account drugstbre. swift work by tho Americans. An plies of coal. As Times remarked, Monday: books w cro replaced by papers w hich SK opinion freely expressed Sunday night "This thea mere question is of money and told of tho bravery of cur sailors and by naval jofliccrs i.s that tho very victory of Adm. Dewey's fleet organization. The belligerent who ia officers. In tho homes tho children genetnlly cargcrly listened to the story and went will mean probably nn early end to strong in certain waters willTp be coal. school to thcnr, without further naval battles coal able to obtain no obstacledeclare offInto tl.c play learn ipore.tho children to pricontraband is groundb of importance. The American fleet, it is vate enterprise if the risks of transport grouped together and talked in their suggested, Is now supremo in tho wat- nto moderate and the inpecuniary cnthusinHtic way of tho victory and ers of Spain's Pacific possession and inspent their ponnles for flags. Tho dications wcro strongly townrds tho ducement sufficient." 3. Naval Washington, May officials song greeting the flag rang out with slipping of ths Philippines from her inclined to ardor. control. It wns said that only by arc dispatches discredit tho statement in from Madrid Monday quickly yielding to our demands in night Adm. Djwey employed pethat Cuba could this loss possibly bo avertA PROCLAMATION ed. Spain, it was argued, was con- troleum bombs in a reduction of tlio city of Manila. In fact no definite in- Will Ho fronted with a situation which prom- formation could bo Iuuod by l'rclilrnt McKlnlrjr III ' qosiMonoiu: orcoitciK pewky, obtnlned that tha ised naught snvo disaster in case she Iiip tho Status or feji .nlih Subjects In tho American squadron was supplied with Tho Hero of tho First Sea Tight of tho elected to forco moro fighting. Tho United Stutoi. ' War With Spain. superiority of a superior lleet has been such is instruments of destruction. Surplus regarded us quite like$200,000. $23,100' Capital Stock In the Pacific, and the It Washington, president ly ' Wahiiinotov, May 2. Washington demonstrated that in tho event of a has course of May 3. Tho a proclasame. It is contended, would be inevitpreparation in rejoiced Sunday night. able in tho All untie in case tho clash bombardment of tho city, tho bursting mation which w ill be issue I within the - Not since tho dark days of the gieat comes. From whatever point of ofjshcllb would start serious fires and nextday or two fixing the status of civil conflict of a third of a century view considered, the policy of more perhaps result in a conflagration; but Spanish subjects in this country. GenTW. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Rdd ago have tho pcoplo of this city been fighting upon tho part of Spain, that Adm, Dewey used bombs with tlio erally speaking, the proclamation will T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, so profoundly moved by war news as promises nothing but moro Spanish express idea of firing, tho city is mako it known thnt such subjects aro J. S. Hockcr and M. J. Miller. unless ho they wero Sunday evening. misfortune. Navy officers think this deemed utterly toimprobable inensu'rcs, under suspicion and it is belitfVid will was pressed extromo The first battle of the Hisparto-Amcr- -' view must prevnil with tho Spanish announco that stringent measures will Wc solicit the accounts of the citizens oi Rockcastle and adjoining lean war has been fought and victory government and believe any'endof tho which is not thought to be likely. The ibo taken to prevent their hindering a counties, 'assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business is prevalent in ofllclal circles lies with Adm. Dewey's bqundron un- wnr, upon tho basis of Cuban inde- belief n fire occurred tho Spaniards, speedy npd successful conduct of a war Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with & vieur der tho stars and stripes. pendence is to follow soon and that too that if confronted by the inevitable fall of the against tho kingdom of Spain. to business relations, respectfully invited. Secretary Alger declared thnt It was without further notablo opportunity Til ii In.usloii of Cub. i. a "glorious Ictory," but, In common for tho" American navy to prove its ctty, themselves applied tho torch, JNO. J, McRODEliTS, Cashier. S. 1IOCKER, Pres. Nkw Yoiik, May 0, A speclnl to tho thereby carrying Into effect the threat with other ofliclals of the administra- power and distinguish itself. which thoy have made concerning both World from Tampn, Flo., says: A rution, declined to muko extended comfrom Manila and Havana, Judge McComas, senator-elec- t that tho cities mor Is in circulation hero to the effect ment upon it Maryland, after expressing his joy should ncNcr fall into the hands of the that 5,000 troops nnd as many Cubans Navy and nnny circles, after mani- over tho result of the conflict struck a festing throughout tho day tho great- key note of tho expected result of tho Americans except ns heaps of smolder- as tho Cuban junta cm gather hero will lenvc Tuesday night for Matanzas est eagerness for nows from tho Philip- cannonading nt Manila Sunday, when ing ruins. for tho first invasion of Cuba. Tho London, May pines, received with Intonao joy tho he said that it was likely to have a advices telling of the victory of Adm. tremendous effect, not only in Spain, according to a reported dispatch from World correspondent's informant says Dewey's lloet. Their satisfaction that but throughout Europe. Ho expressed Madrid, gave Cupt. Gen. Agustt 21 that an army ofllcer told htm that lie tho defeat of tho Spanish had been tho belief that it would turn the tide hours to comply with nn ultimatum had seen an order from tho secretary overwhelming was strengthened by of Europcn sentiment toward the which demanded all warlike stores of war ordering tho troops to move and the entire stock of coal in (hurgc Tuesday night, Matanzas being their reason of tho nows coming first almost United States. objective point Transports aro exof the government officials. The wholly from Madrid, and they wore Everything in Tho advanced by Judge Mcascrted that no money levy pected Tuesday. quickly unreserved in expressing their Comas idea expressed by others Sunwas gratification upon tho signal triumph day night. It is regarded by some as would be made upon Manila. Irishmen Congratulate l'resldent In Tho of tho American forces. likely that tho decisive victory gained Madriddispatch says it is believed al- . London, May 3. At the Army nnd Navy club a largo by Adm. Dewey's squadron may open Tho Parnelltto that the government has members of parliament havo sent tho ready cabled Capt,(Jen. Agusti company was gathered and rend and tho eyes of Spain to the seriousness of to comply with the demand, no following tllpatcli to President McKin-ley- : commented upon tho story of tho en- tho conflict upon which she has enbeing open. gagements, as it was presented in tho tered. In ofllclal circles "In tho names of millions of It is regarded other course London, May y. It was currently Irishmen tho Parncllito members of bulletins nt tho club. Down town nt as almost certain that trouble of a i . their liomes and wherever seen, tho of- most critical kind will confront reported in this city Monday night thohouse of commons send you their ficers wcro frco in giving vent to tho tho Sagasta government within Spain's that a dispatch had been received from congratulations on the brilliant Manila nuuoii(Q the Jiritish consul American fleet. (Signed) pleasure thoy felt at tho nows and do- - own borders, It Is pointed, out that ink'.tbc capitulationinof Manila, ' ' " JohiHReuraond." not unlikely that the rcpt'eseiUalt will indlcats that, ninec Spitilinh lie has been satisfied by a confllct,Sj can UOW yield to tho incvltabhran' n All Mines, ccpt the good oiliccs of the powc ipaign.'- J brine about an adjustment. HPfjnT lio schema Includes free trndo to r London, May 3. Tho Madrid VxIm world, safeguards enacted acralnst peflo and t respondent of tho TitneB, desert influx Of Chinese aliens, a complete me engagement at manna, says;. TcformatioT In tho corrupt judicature, "Tho Olvmnia. the Boston. Jiiucr experienced European officials Raleigh, tho Concord, tho Pctretr.t .ho entire freedom of the Dress and U the Monocncy cntel'cd tils bay rpublle uttcl'.iucei n general religious of darkness by the smaller abolition Then the Forts and War Vessels Opened Up cover Uocnchiea channel. Tho fcri ,iHh toleration, thefraternities,and expulsion safer Religious tho church Corrcgidor Island gave the nlnrm by m. wein represented by secular j seen lug On the intruders, but they for iaciliticslo exploit on Our Fleet and Poured Out Hot Shot. have Inflicted no serious damage. 'LHT T trees, the building . of a railways, American stiundronnoved up tho removal of the restrictions on f and tit B o'clock In the morning" HKwerx'risc and the investment of cap- Cavlte. Here, lying pcarcd before 4 der the shelter of the forts, n' Lsulnaldo. could undertake the'main- For .Four Hours ihc Battle Raged Between Our Vessels and Spanish squadron. iatfeeof public ordor. i "Adm. Mpntcjo, a few daj'8 bat riiu;irus wive commmcu uorriuio went to Bitblu btty to look for iliHiHIGinfiPt'fiB of defenseless population. the Spanish Squadron, cHetny, but learning that they w :LLSbiL City van almost entirely do- vastly superior in force, had pruJ rfBRUf "V -ly returned nnd placed his ships un H?3tiw ir -- V the protection of the forts. Tins, iiMEOHfc. !ir sTj&?&vXr. w.- - ihis only chance of meeting tho on mtsM, e&T Tho Enemy's Ships Wcro Sunk, Burned and Badly Disabled by on, something like equal tcrliiM an 'fiLBIi dBKSV ' v. did not suffice. Unclo Sam's War Ship3. "Soon tho Americans opened s ... Jl- The Spaniards replied Vigorously M i mr nn. .T.ayi. tr--- r Wvl tho combat continued without in t ruptlon for four hours, during wh Plr BfcKft SSlffHl - as well. It is believed masked Batteries, Tor Fortillcations. . ",,. l.Y. ,r- ..!. iWV?a His ui rival ui iiung ivung nun. Uintuclo, the insurgent l'ader of tho , will proUab)y bo trans- Vid lut nn. American dtsnatchboat Sijn cjmruoJo.'j Dowcy at Manila. tnSldo's policy, after tho Philip- dfhave been can'turod. embraces UjWdepsndencj of tho Islands, and unornai aitotrs to bo controlled European atra'Ainerican ad vis-'v'l'he iii&iirgents'tlesiro Ainsrican tinn, temporarily at least, on tho If ljncs as propesjd after tho Cuban STANFORD. KVY. i, Buccosion to the Lincoln National , OK - Bank.' jl fig-!- By prpvlulon oi Its charter, depositors are' ns fully protected m on depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par value: thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may act M Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an indiyidual, Conditioa of the Farmers Bank and Trust RESOURCES ., ptoiea ddu 13111s. Other Stocks and Bonds. .Overdrafts...,. ... Duo from nanus Uanklnc Iloiue and Fixtures, ...-..- Co ford. Kentucky. December 31.. 1896. LIABILITIES: I3O2.0IS.Z1 ml ...... Capital Stock..... Surplus Tund 4 202.41 46.239.80 J Individual Deposits...., I,VD83 0.4IUUU 2J.503.20 , ttOO.000 01 10,430.41 ?t(5.koiu) J2,0t8.4if (367,015.94 Cash,...,.. Duo to.Uanks.-- - t387,0U,0Q .5. . & priest-iiprovfsio- n I J. J. Wlllla Bnur-vcritk-: J. Sr OWsldy, iMksLMt&:v J. B. Owsley, SnMM ? i .... . 'aiDPrTnD ; ' &&'-.v"Nr' iwsrwr S.J. Embry, StanfoW, ,, '&& J,J. Cash, A. W, -- '""- - Carpentor?Stuford. Stanforxk-- n HHTY.t-iiL- ? William O B.'ILtShan ksygWnfordV &x& ' Vpummin i' 'mM ?. S.-H- f JSf;"Mcncfcc, Stanford. wwmwm iraiMitVv ?., - j ,v && J$k'-- . rv' i irK." .iaakr!j ".jy 5: r r -. r .W, T" , '; r.- - ;: f SHANKS, President, -- they will receiveVompt atteotionf WeWlfciiU W.. JM. Teller having busfiiesV,in bank tVcall r J, JttltliiT, 13. 0"J jrB. OW SWETft,' Cashier 9RMk:.nvr." m:i; raww. tn7. 0 .t'V1 & t. fiwar -- , - K "W m Mb WtFiflH iM-i- fl BUS1N At. 1 'S EDlJ6flTI0sU fTT- iblc-Dcn- roj- A A fejir'u 1 - Mj? 1 m - Bryant & Stratton V Booteteeepirigf sl ikOB'ISVILT.E, ! -- f Kl., -: W s College. J X t. - J cvamtnmmmmiwsr r Shorthand, o.. . (W n - t 'rj: . . jiiist' ".irrTi..n7. l4Vlt van a-- ii -- rf '..!.. acrlrl ' "j f....rjr jKinlf-stl'lcke- I & MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS I la tf Mt Vernon, Ky. -- m k r J P First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. A r.-- i :f ; GO TO JONAS McKENZIE For nlti-inutu- Dru Goods, Giotnina, Boots ana snoe GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at Living Prices. J- 4 P i- - -- 1 -.- , -- , ,I,,.-mre.J- -J ..mmiorii.wv"wlWJmimnmm.mw'M.wHWlmi V4iiuu-'ii4- ijw- JT -.- T?4kft ia-n--'-- axEr.vTV: ...- -. LIVINGSTON. little 'joy who was nearly dead from an attack ol whooping cough. My neighbors recotuended May 6, 1898. Friday. Wr:; Dillion was in Wildi Chaniberlin's Cough Remedy. I first il the week. did not think that any medicine Published every Friday by Russ Dillion was in Co'uwa iwould help him but after giving JAMES MARF.T. ing lumber Monday. hi in a few doses of tiiat remedy. I $1.00 noticed an improvement and one The vcleck at Rowland caused sunscKii'TioN' os'it yi:ah entirely. It is Col. Ueniluy and his excellen buttle, cured him ddvcrlisin rates made known 0:1 cough medicine 1 ever force to be out of town for a coupl I had a Mt. Vernon Signal. iuun . CKY'IS AWAKE. Con u .. A ' r.al Convcn'.'cn Will Grand Scccc. - Be ?ItVr varoa. pcr. 27 of tho stato'3 moat prominent picf'.J3lciml and business nnn It was . 1.4.1 1 n nntnnt nntrnrn IfwllMW Ji l nil parts of Kc- - .ucky to r. A. PctllllllgtOll, I). I). vS., M. D, ze:3 frci tr'! .. ni:a ,;: is DEWTST, dm con l:i t!io meantlmo n call . :cuu- - N w Co TIliul luul.baon aisMD..:- vention d clCf)luu St 1 .Va-tnlnu- to -- rrrr -- t f r.csiiieo the f.ddfrc3eabyu .v eKZltiJlT 'f . -- ar " -- &ennc- - trt l'l !' EV.:,:;30Y interested- 'MT, brief !... v opu3c of tlmo It LouIsVHlo with .57 nmei, application . ANNOUNCEMENTS. tho best J. L. Moore, had in the house South Btirgettstownf.Pa.. For sale M. C, & D. N. Williams by Wcnrc authorized toannotuicc I have been a sufferer fronV chr JOHN IJ THOMPSON, onic diarrhoea ever sines the war us a candidate for the renoininatiou and have used all kinds of s for 'Representative in Congress for it. At last I found one subject to the action of the Demo 'remedy that has been a success as a cratic party. 'cure, and that is Chnmberliu's Colic We are authorized to announce Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. 'l E. Grisham. Gaars Mills, La. JAMES B. McCRKARY, mcc'i-ciue- a candidate for nomination for fiorsajc by Representative in Congress subject lams. to the action of fie Democratic M.C & D. N, Wil- - party. DEV -- A DO WE DO 'EM? DEWEY? Do We i Take Manila? Dewey? Well, We Don't do a ITHING'TO 'EM DEWEY? Out 'Asiatic Fleet Commanded by Commodore Dewey lias ' Gained n, Great Victory Over the Spaniards Having Destroyed Their Entire Fleet. Another Great Naval Battle is Expected in the Atlantic At tin Early Date. Should. Our Fleet Meet and De t Y Flotilla on thoHjglt Sijas, Tnen . '4 , All' is Lost to Spain. Cuba will Not be Invaded tho Spanish Navy is Destroyed; Which Avill probably Do in a Few Days. Dkwky is the first name on the returned to her home at .Until junction. a' .Af.JMMli of H Thin call tatctljorjiphatlfsllj'th.i idtislrial Devolopment Is Oi.: t i:inrj vaa Kot mac t0 any class of citizens, but to nil mon vlio cro ccucarnod In Desircdi of days last week. tho future of Kentucky. It vaa fora and mally Issued about two wcrUs Mat Ballard was here last mot vita a welcome the Lf2rtIuos of on his way home from. Williams .I.ZADLE SPIEIT 0? P20'J2SS3 which lift no doubt hi tho micdB of burg where he has been attending "those' who lidvo worhad p Isdustrl-oudl- y for tho succop3 cf las movement , ,' school. Ii t Tor tlie Jlcncllt or n i'i..v,i out that tho convention would provo a ... tr.... .. Miss Mattie Bills entertainedftl: body. ."i Jinny iirfnus'-j- t hih- - hlstory-mclcin- s ifar tic . r u . 1.1 On I)!tcuiiC(I ny young- people by givine then? Ijpclt :i:ilpy Kelprtliin of Dates. Co.iiuti':it to Ilaittllo lliom J'rmiJ- party Wednesday evening. All Tho telection of tho dsttj for tho t din ii'.t.l I'BVclopinciit Arn to 15 tuiv meeting of tho state commercial conport a fine time. vention in Loulavlllo was a happy sof it;, Jjirlitsloa of I.rc3 lution cf the question as to tbs best Reuben Mullins has movedifoBiis 0b!i) 1..I1I&8. ttaa that tho lnduktilal congress house here, after having therms? ".t:'l be held. It falls la a week KentUw'..y'B first stato commercial fortune to lose his house in" . ccnvoni.ou. to be held In Loutyulo x,uAx vlll offer to tho visitors to tho Vernon by fire. Talis City a series of attractions unJ.-BWy ll SU l- -i IB lo uu " BllBCBBU. nntpr.'ent In that direction has pro surpassed In tho same length of tlmo Rome Adams has woved into the, far enough to assur Uioac In any city fn the country. Tho May D. Mullins. ad cessed ' Music Festival is on May 0, 10 and 11. new house of '. It of that fact. Coffey's. u?cauG0''tlio The Sons of Vetorans hold thair joining Major It is to b a success cu May 11 and 12, tho the farnior, the merchant, tho Uual rcu-I- cn Calloway paid T. T. Ballard' manufacturer, tho lumber dealor, tht?1 dr.ys 'of io Commercial convention". T. S. tho 'bank- - Tho ?100,000 cyclorama of tho lmttlo a visit'on Big Hill last week. miae owner, the la aUo In Louis-on- e cr ar..l tho journalist will all unite In of Gttytur5 U.11 nf Wiliinnihnrrf" Kentucky and vlllc. ar.d will bo another, attraction. ,,: gr..Ed Ci'ort to push ,. . & has returned noine altera visit to l.cr u. t.d lcsources to the frost. It And all week the rices will bo going bo his lister, Mrs. Captain Hamptons 'is to ... a success becausenr.busiccci on. in uio rv.nmas noino oo oi uu -- !, oloaast nurrccehes to D:rfectlon . al. Lil ."1- .' ' lf l..i.K I1IC IFII11.D .I.IT n. nun VJ1 oiin.Ti bsen developad. It Is W. E. Varnon, ot Stanford, was) Upecer- - ; l.causa promctloa ar.d do - ' known -t to J, clopi.-n- t aro to be discuseed to tho hoped thnt m- the delojatea on tho here last tveek; tho Commercial convention look M cxclus-cof lec3 profitable thlr-- a; Mrsi-Ho- sa Nesbitt was the guest fnniiv it is to bs a success b2cnutho i steeds darii under the wire thay will 'time Is rlpj for a 3tato conmrtial hepo the Btroniar that other Kenof Mrs. Sam Wiird last week tucky products may reach that par- ( convc;.t:cn to bo a success. i iCCtlcii with pronir handlin:;. n V. T. Brooks ivas dbwii Mir oin I r.., i'.n ix- -n mn-if- ti prO. crsivs business men, moalbOia The fltatn Conuucrolal Oaiiventtnn Patch, Sunday. Hazel or of tho Lou'svlllo CcmmercSalclub,- m,iia lip 0ur cities, largo r.nd' to form-- "' cj-- n. xiiymitrMt held a meetiny iir. ana iirs.-nu- s. j. W ulate plans for a convention wiiica Vnl1m 'intv u.Vj.w.....r. -- ..rt), .s..., nri 'ililili'T .....v Will lndnco tha retlo3 and would bava for its object the creation Rice and family of other stttes to settle here. nf n. s i.tlmont favorable to industrial ' sL. .... je tKi J . , Will Improvo and oxtecd our teaching the bcaoilta of w. jjj.uiioii, wix uiinn; i'svclcrn-cntfaolll-scttlsuch a c sir so and to preparo litsrn'uro country reads end our railroad Ashley Owens, Tospeh Coffeyano forth Kentucky's advantages. tics. others wer?1 in Mt. Vcrnouthis This lltllf catheriug was followed by ' will encourage every olfort looklns larger cr.es until tho bit cf o.Uerprlao j to tho Improvement of our navlgablo week. . I- - M that maulfested In tho first meol- - ctrcam3. R. T. Rucker was hereatliis. tng bmst Into a spirit of progres) that Will bring .together mon w'ao havo week uqying lumber. fi f'WR3 ude to permeate the entlro faith In tho future- of Kentucky and & m Btac. Tho convention soon ascumod who desire to manifest their faith by Miss Hattie.Satterfield the .Hand- - tangible term. An executive commit- - their works. "" V ""-"""some sister 01 W. H. SatteffielSiV Will enhance tho value of cuv waa iimi.mi, u j. j,yYouRieciuuai uisiiiut,ilnlocnMnn press3 land3 by aceklcs tuo best who has been visitinpr 1: cJ'lf.Vienr. romsnltlnoa. ..... ..M.rf.-...on . RHID. ' ."- rr-ti-, ta;i$nb tbecouatfrv i vnt tacit,, to ,i I.OUISVII.LK, " y.-.- U R VE YO R- - Davis - KV. IVlt. Alao,-"rt!- Vernon, . Ky 'gaut for the best Tailor's in the world. J)RS. O. B. & J. H. LAWRENCE .( .. u PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS., ftOffice at residence (Rice property) opposite the Southeast corner ot Court yard. MT. VERNON, KY. , - , f. C. C. Attorney-at-Law, WIUJAMS, . , ', Ucrnon, Ky. stc-Urals- M-irr- lr rj -- .:: iguOffice on 2nd floor of new brick on Church street. Special attention given to collections. G. W. McCMJRE, -- - AttOrney-aULa- w, OBf HB thi Mt. Vhknon, Ky. All business entrusted to my car'ef will receive prompt attention. Office on Second floor of new brick on Church street. ' DR. A. G. ! r. j OVELI and Surgcoir, rvY n" Physician OflU'o , MT VCnNON, North Bidu iMam street 4 " c Attorney MT. R. G. WILLIAMS, at-L- aw, """.V"' VERNON. KY. -- ...- -- . GlaTb; rather mournful spectacle new list of American naval heroes, to see the decadent monarchy of And it has a craleful, sootlrinsr, sht- - Spain grappling with the greatest republic that evor existed. And isfying sound. what for that? They tell us it is The United States landed a trans- - honor. What honor is there in the port in Cuba yesterday loaded with misgoveruinent of a distant island amunitiou ior the Insurgents.. A that is resolved to be free, and squad of Spanish cavalry atacked which costs Spain more than the iht transport but was driven oft by most exacting system ol taxation ati American gunboat that was can possibly wring from its inhabft itants? Of all countries on earth lying in wait ncjar by Spain has the least reason to make TiiKUis are entirely too many a point of honor of territorial inpowder factories being blown up in tegrity. An empire has been Mrs. W. J, bpaiks is visitnmiiti "" suspi wrested fro-- j her within this country and too many Mt. Vernon this week. cious characters prowling around ol a century. Nobody is so blind 11fM.,ti,ni Q.iiilli nf roI7.'...J7! our navv yards.- - It looks very as not to see that her rule' in Cuba Sluufi in- - is visiting his brother-in-lamuch as if thewar has reached that is at an end. Even without our non McKinuey, the barber. stage where a few hangings are intervention the general opinion of order. at mankind was that she could and familyl Jno. Blankenslnp conquer the .insurgents. With our were up from Mullins Station, SuS Admiral, Dewey was a brave day the guests of Mrs. W.fP. inau to sa:l through the mines of help the thought of subjugating Tubbs. Manila bay right up to the muzzles them is mere madness. Harry Magee was down of the shore guns and the Captain London again Sunday.. General's m'aifestoes and sink the Tim United States not only Spanish squadron. Maybe one of to the world an example of Jno. Cozatt has returned from the terrible manifestoes exploded courage and power, but excel all Bradfordsville. the breech and set Montejo's at nations of either ancient or modem ships afire. Geo. Caldwell, of Pittsbura.awas tunes in generosity; It has been but down Sunday to see his old friend Tun Powers, led by Austria, will a short time since we risked and al J. J. Cozatt. now find it easier to pull Spam off most invited a gigantic war with Cuba than to pull Uncle Cam off Spain. What has been done at England to protect .Venezuela from Many old soldiers now feellthe Manila can be repeated at Havana her rapacity. We asked nothing in and Cadi.. The American "hog" return not an inch of her territory effects of ths hard service thevei has and bis bristle up, and a!ul' not a cellt of her ,noney not durcd durini, the war. Mr. S.miv;. t . rf PrOC.JI1'rt "7rr1r nA....fr the onlv hope of the Spanish even ,;.is to l,have some friendly superior commercial advnut Penn., who saw the hardest jkuid "hyena' hand snatch the odious and odorous ages over other nations, though we of sevice at the fort, is uowpf varmint away from the new world, incurred the expense of $100,000 qucntly trobled with rheumatics'I order to prepare that country's case had a severe a'.tock lately," hey-. Commodore Dewey is a veteran and to organize a tribunal to pas "and procured a bottle of Chambof the late civil war, aged about upon lts murils erlain's Pain Blaiu. It did sojlmich fcow are sixty; and nil the Captains of his good that I would like chajge, me iBngedui a war to liberate Qubaj '..--.,--- T,.nii for one dozen bottles." MrCn-dersoli. l (lit. IVliUl.l. .11 llt Jil JiV.' vious foreign wars our naval com- and as' soon as the shackles arc wanted it for his owffi:ae distiuguihhgd them- - ttriclieu from her limbs, we propose and to supply it to his friends and manders who delves were young Their ages to say to her people: "Now you neighbors, as ever frniilylshquld to are free; organize a republican gov- have a bottle of it in their jfoptes, ranging from twenly-thes- e thirty years. It seems that, old or ernment; adopt your own constitu not onl y for rheumatism, bifSl-m.- e young, the Americans know how to tion; elect your own officers with- backs sprains, sewelliugsuts, bruise and burns Ir which i); is uni ue They all have the fight. out dictation from us or any one equalled. r'orsale by M. G. & D stuff in them, md whether the twig , s It is a entertainment, and" tioiejation at large. Mr. Clarence D.Hara, Mrs. W. R. Dillion entertained a well known and pcpular young at torney of Louisville, wkp is a native of Friday night at dancing "in Inno liendericu. out was lor many years ot Miss Carrie btucky, Delere .ierj identified with Faditcah n3 a lawyer, departure to her home, C(tmjto:i vaa elected chairman, and Mr. J. C. so;rptry of tho Van Pelt, South Carolina. She left Saturda Commercial assistant club, secretary. night. Thus industry'fi star of promotion rose rapidly. A meeting was btld at Mrs. KateMagee, of IyOiidou, is which coven ot tho 11 districts had prominent representation, and a provisiting her son John Magee. gram vao arranged, tho following subjects being selected as those that Ernest Watren is in W. V Wriglits place, vno,vas calkd lb are to bo discussed during tha con...:r wuu : ....W vention: !. uci.4?iuu ui iua iiiu i.,i. :,i ,fi,!i. u ui; ...i. 13 villi: Geo, "Kentucky's Advantages ing her parents near Parksvillc, graphical, Climate and Eall."., "Our Agricultural Opportunities aad Champ Mullins is still verv Neodc." jjf"0ur Indvstrlal Opportunities and Mrs. T. A. Greshatu, Mrs. Van, Nuys,-MisMaggie vSambrook w en jKSrho Best System of State and vLiting in London last week. SjfitfigpinJliiyrnaligc3 m Inothprii.for. Ctraolfyliig our.produots, .".mi ! four-fifth- s I 11 pie-sent- s in m hit-bac- l.rc-r.f- " e. n j be green ordi. it n ,r b. n'1 else. N. Williams Mt, Vernon Ky. world's marl:ot. Will aid our minora wly) aro dlg-t;Ifor ccal In our hillsides, and j tboE-- j socking markots for such products, or reck asphalt, tho timber from cur foresto and Iron from our oro bed3. Will encourage tho coming of cap- lltal; not to much by offering bonuses or spojlal privileges, but assuring to all men tho full enjoyment of' life, liberty and property, and the best facilities far axchango in all tho maiketa of tho world. ISt.ito Cnmi110rrl.1l Contention 7tnto. The mayors and judges cro to act as delegates Ono editor from every newspaper In the state ha3 been lnyltod as a delegate. A special tobacco sale will be arranged by tho tobacco warehouses to take piaco durlug ihc convention. Either a banquet or a recoptlon, fol"How May Capital Bo Bc3t Attract- - lowed by an elegant smoker, will bo icd to and Mo3t I'rc;aLIy Employed tendered tho delegates after tho convention has adjourned. Km Kentucky?" Rai.cs of one faro for tho round trip 'Immigration Tho Be'it Method of EncouraJii.T Dtalrablo Immigration." from any part of Kentucky havo been faf'Coipoiat'ons Uess. and Abuse- s- secured over the" railroads for deletho Part of gates to tho commercial convention. A Just Discrimination Wisdom." An Invitation will bo extended to all "Railroads Tho Greatest Source of tho members of tho legislature, to all Development, n:.d How Best to Em- congressmen, to Senators Lindsay and ploy It." Deboe, to the court of appeals and to. "Good Roads Essential to Progress all tho state officials to be presont at and Prosperity." . tho convention. "Administration of Jucticc It3 DeA competent stenographer hns been lays and Costs." engaged to tako down all tho speeches "Reform in Commercial Laws Asand proceedings of the convention so signments, Commercial Paper, Mort-gag- o they may bo published In pamphlet Liens." form, and 'distributed over the ctate. "Land Titles How to Expedlto tho Thl3 will glvo over7 county a look Settlement Of." Into the convention's work. It was then agreed that tho follow- -' Tho tlmo is ripe for a now caming named gqntlcmcn should to invited to attend the convention and de- paign in behalf cf tho Industrial, agricultural and commercial prosperity of liver- speeches on the subjects Kontucky. Tho country stands upon the opening of a new Industrial era. Mrjor P. P. Johnston, Lexington. Millions of capital, forolgn and domesC. P. Garrett. Hopkln&ville. tic, will, shortly bo invested in AmerM. 13. Scovlllc, Lexington. ica. Henry Waiteraon, Loulsvillo. ' The oxocntive committee has been Jolm'B. Atkinson. Earllngton. notified by Mr. M. A. Scovell, director Ctarlcc T. Ballard, Louisville. William ,T. Hendrick, Frankfort. and chemist of tho stato college at W. G. Wolch, Stanford. Lexington, that ho will prepare a pa- John Young Brown, Louisville. per on 'Tho Possibilities of Koij-- ) John W. Lewb, Springfield. tucky as a Dairy Stato," This will bo B. G. Witt, Henderaon. another faturc to udd to the Interest. S. A. Denham, Williamsburg. ing program. General Roy Stone, Washington, ' Each mayor lu tho state and every D. C. county judgo has been requested to Ol E. Johnson. Louisville. r.p?.tnt delegates to the convention. John W. Yorkes, Danvillo. ', Cities of tho first and second clas3 will Henry Burnett, Paducah. to 100 delegates; third bo untitled R. C. Klnkcad, Louifivllle: class, 50; fourth class, 10; flfth class, C. U. McElroy, Bowling Green. B; sixth class, 2. Tho county judgo James G. Black, Barbourvlllo. will appoint three delegates. Thomas S. Pottlt, OwensbOro. Kentucky has great coal Holds, pracJ. M. Athertun, Louisville", tically untouched. She has agriculM. II. Crump, Bowling Green. J. C. S. Blackburn, Washington, tural resources, unsurpassed. Sho ha3 an abundance of timber, the valuo of D. C. ' which can rot be overestimated. Tho Douslas Putman. Ashland. stato' then needs men and capital to Cowan, Louisville. Andrew dovelep then ra.utal stores of wealth, J. Stoddard Jol'iuf, Louisville. and tho commercial convention offers P. Humphrey, Loulsvillo. the I. lupins of tho opportunity. men-tlffnc- d: j I A'-C- forrcaBhltiuii.tho W.,A. CAES rain tier. AD and 'hWw 'JSe & kMiM-- -! Paper Hanger, Mt. Vernon Urodhcad', .. Kentucky. 011 Will be pleased to giye estimates work. Satisfaction guaranteed. J. C. McCIary UNDERTAKER. PRACTICAL KMI3ALMER, STANFORD, KY. Stock Complete. Telegraph Ord qrs a Specialty. -- " ')?. -- 1- Hotel Frith. FRANCISCO, Propf. Located at the Depotgo-- . Cy. Meet all Trains, Day nnd Night. Traveling Men and Railroad Good B rod he ad, Livery Aatthcd men Solicited. Will fur nish lunches on all Trains. COURT CALENDAR. CouNTvJCounT.--Fotir- th MonMon- day in each month. day in January, October. Quaktkuj.y Count. Fiist April, July and Circuit Coujjt. Second Monday in February, Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep. tember. Mt. Vkknon Pomcw Court. Third Monday in each month. j f V R"CftI;?t" IW tr.:.-:-ny- aSWV 5iBr?aWwiiitilj'lrt - -- . 1 1 I'l.tJPAID. lj IT' 'id Sfoli!rlyIe .'J rjvV'-cfri- FtT.'fna di l.igli -- i'r-r)- i t;ltr.c!i- ICt3 KTi i. it - . vr-7Av- m '.;. . . : J'l te vc. jr.dctsii , 1 x Jj'. amain 'fijjlnj t!V- i;eopoutJT!iA.vi:.. ?,7 1 -- i v it.t., - jSniroN,TIPATio.V n .lit tin r I; n ir uji,! Ji m ird), ni u rfri lit ot li x t ir nty m rnimlcl Hkix-iI- i .'.nt r t.a I arvllnlffi . .1 1 r 3 in ' hi urtfli,, al f r ii.Ik I. KB . , r. itnn. flN r f ir ui. 3 " if ,,, ' ' m I f' g1' PigP-r1- ," " .j,Fa. i A c . 'See the Date on Your Labeldd Remit ....,, " Vernon Signal, - 4 .... t. ' .;v Our old railroad friend W. Wjral, but it is true that hulls don't Penn is now 'traveling passenger iljke red, but then you scarcely see Hrrnfi fjr Cincinnati, nil Hamilton &fax ladv that would like tof " 'ss August of Mt. Vernon. Ky., MayO, 1S08 ' "rs l,'in'sl1 nnt Dayton railroad. If you are g&uigevening m the society of a bull, tn m. fTT2i n rl ttrra rarx ifiCv Pine.' Hill, we're ; visiting Mrs. Clco 9 to Chicago, Went or East you vnlkSogef you a red waist, a red hat Cut oflirs n co Brown Sunday. Catered al the Ml. Vera.. Ky VB" AT; ASSERTING M THE COURTS OUJt RIG I'. 7 0 Ht- do well to con.iu't or wilte hiimehnd probably burr.,, orange shoe mull niMUr , m .. .. w 86, motljei- - tic will attend to jour wains KxeLusivn Use of thi; word "CAfJTOBIA." Mrs. Durman.-ngcwill the I OASTORIA," AS OUR TRADL, MaRK. M. Hunt, Maret'biirg, ?ro to church agni'j A hog law was passed nt . DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hycmrds, Massachusetts, 7, died Monday. NlLKNAR iutr ot tin. Town Uoard last Moil Ql was the originator of "PITCHER'S CSTORIA," the same . 'J P.P Lccal bullies and fighters arc the day. All hogs lound on thest'eel 3N I f?(Wv K 11" WILDIE. thai has borne an. I cloe3 r.cw every ,. first to run when they arc enlisted niter the- fifteenth I'istIO iO.fi. tin and go into battle. &&Ui4 :irapper bear the facsimile cir-n' month will be arrested lw ill. cf L0UI3VILLC 4 rUSHVILLC R H.CO. This is the original " FiTUMIfTS GoT'jRIA, ' ichiJi Las been, Aliss Lncy Griffin is with Home When you meet a man who marshal and locked ud. This will I, & N. LOCAL TIMK CARD. thinks he knows it all, its ten to cos'. 250a beg and 25 cents a da Toll&'Uiis week. aszd in the homo. the Mothers of Anterior for ovar thirty for feed. a 111 ' 'ne he isn't married ,i 1:39 LOOK CAREFULLY at '.he irippsr aid see ihat ii is Day Mail North... ft' Frank Blazer and Miss Laura years. An Ordinance passed that 'MiCaura Owens were married last 2.22 p Day -the Mn4 you have ttlukti," The trouble with a gre; X many n SET ., IS ' 2; 2 a m Night Exs North.. llien is thcV dont like to tlie fencing on the east side oi, a vounir ny.y. and has the signature" i?" Richmond street be set back 10 1:09 a m work between meals. Night Ex. South.. Henry Smith, of Whites Station, per. No one has auth-Sriii- j v:e io uso my name exfeet beninnintr at the comer I. A. Lan drum. Agent. and Miss Joyce Woods were mar- - cept The Centaur Compcny Gilpin says Tolni Craig, at r UNM.'o.nt,' lnA ,t ll,n .lunnt Tilmau of whwh Chas. II. Fletcher is. kliv tlllUlllJS ll.ll uwjw.t i J. (ned in Richmond last week. Big Qwl. caught fourteen possums runnirg M. J,,fMil: President. . to the corner ol CHURCHES. in a trap one night mst week. ,m Q??2 ler'a meadow at Carnucal's co'rtLeri :LTJ. Cress, of Mt. Vernon, was lilareh 8, 1897. Christian Holds fcrviics Ut & 3rl Sunday nml ntC:3J i. m. firsjtvday 'in Wildie, on MGnday last. ntlta.jii. Two bright little Misses, Lela This must be done Dy the Deceived. May Lovell and Mollie Reynolds ofjuiy. v Mr. Forrester was with his fanii Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting Services 011 this Second paid this office a visit Tuesday- 'Rnptist Olmreh The Signa 1. has reeived a card by at J. Fish's Hotel. Saturday and a cheap substitute which some Suuday mid Snudny. Saturday nljilit druggist may offer you Roger D. Williams, Lexing: Sunday last. School at 0 n m every Sunday. Prayer' The Adams Express Co.. has from calling for recruits to join 'the (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the inton. meeting Un Tuesday nights, ltev. J 0 Cur. Harry Blazer, Bert Coddinglon paid $440 to Sheriff Catron for does not know. mlcal. liastor. , "Rouch Riders" of Roosevelt's Spe- - and Rev. Stuart caught about 20 gredients of which even taxes due for several years back. must be between, pounds of fish Friday. Among the Corps. Applicantb Dr. G. B. Lawrence, H. T. Fish, 18 aud 45 years of age and in ad- caught were two ortl'ree fine bass i PresbyterianHolds services on i EEiArlS fcSIUNAIURt UP Harris White and John D. Miller dition. to regular physical qualifica- - weighing about four pounds each. c Sundny'' I TrttSCHSnffiSa riflorC Ofill nil left last night to join the volun- t;... Hinrf 1n .vn-i-rtfTZIi J4M XXTl S7 S. Branuainan says he would II. ' MASONIC. '. f nr ivrilt Mr. Williams. teers'. like to fight a Spaniard bul as there CIO meets 2rd Hon" f Ashland Lodge No. CSO'Pni. Mrs. Jnlnes N. Reynolds came The legal width of count, roads are uone handy he don't think he I day 10 Am. 4lh Moud.iy down fiom Pittsburg to meet her s sixty feet, but iu many places will go and hunt him up. tmchnml nml dautrhter who had throughout the county, fences are OTHERWISE. beeirto Toledo. found to be bo close together "that LOCAL been vel-- , the width of the roads have J. Brown always a "I IMC CCNTAUn COMPANY, 7f MUflRAY ftTflUT, NEW VOFIh,0ir reduced to from fourteen to twenty of u &zi u u h u a 0 me visitor here dropped off WedJohn Jones !s in from Lexing- nesday morning, on his return feet. The attention of the authpri- Jlor Infants and Children. ' 3A.- ton on a visit. called lo tins Thojkinil You Have Always Bought be tics will from Livingston. 1 abuse ot the lugh.vay. Kivingston has made application At a meeting of the Tent No. 21 fA Bears From a staff on top of Brodhead HIDE MARKET. , for'incorporation. Davis says some e.Signature) of the Order of Maccabees at, Mt. Superen'endent Rollei mills is flying the emblem of Vernon, Ky.. April 30th iSa8,T,luf ' Mullins & Co have started their liberty. Mr. Protheroe is always school trustees have not yet sent! No. i green hides per lb 6 to 7c folwiug resolutions were' adopted He adds that iv crusher at mile 132natriotiaaud others should be like- - in their reports. " "' horse hides--, mane and on the death of C L, King. must be done at once or he will be BRODIIAED aches of wjse--; It is easy to bear the "tail 75c to $1 25 compelled to use more 'suasion , Whereas, Almighty God iu his another man's coins. " " dry flint hides per lb 10c providence hath taken from our We understand from .reliable The examination of teachers takef .M. G. Aldridge made a business to 12c. Tent, association and fellowship,, Miss Mollie Brown, Maretburg, source that our public school will place on third Fridays and Satur" " sheep hides 20c to 40c each trip to Garrard county a few days was here Tuesday last. , by Miss Ella Jopliu and days in May, June, July and Augj' be taught our beloved aud loyal fellow mem" " goat hides 20 to 30c each since. selecber, C. L. King. Now, therefore be list and on tourth Fridays, anu When a man knows his duty he Joshua Borefng. A good " "' dog hides 20c to 25c each Resolved by the members of Our boys are rejoicing over the tion:' Saturdays in same months for col avoids it by asking advice; " "" tallow 1 fc to 2c per lb. 5T great victory won by Commodore this Tent: Only 50 cents for Louisville DisII vis rumored iu. Washington ored teachers'. Call on S. W. Davis, Mt. Vernon, .Dewey at Manila (1) That iu our sorrow we. ' thatSenator Sewell has been made The Bluegrass has had a monoprah patch if you take the Signal. . Ky. . to bow in humble subuission. of this place, wi r.rwprnor General ol the PhiU'piue ly of tollgate raiders and n oMbJMSgpRi fiSylMiic clears and tobacco ntyfrSnltuTsi to the will of Plim who doeth all Bake HwJRiite accVa position vitirW.-T- . and Fitzhugh'Lee to slime outdone. Rockcastle comes " tlia Green Front drug Stored thing.1) well,, confident that while '.'. front with "fence raiders". Saturf W Wildie posiuou yver ..! EVERYBODY LOOK. loss" it" is Hcav-this death Rev. Robert Jewel, of near. Sinks, R. S. Mattinand wife and Miss Misses Susie and Annie Thomp day night they laid low a string of , I am selling the si"Ker s- '" en's eternal gain. called to sec us Saturday last. Sallie Purcell left here Tuesday for Machine on son, Charles unvis.jumcs iioui; 2) That we place upon record tasy terms' and keep all Pate Langford.whois now con- aud Corroll Portman, attended the State road iust corih of Brodhead Louisville where they will buy a kinds of bewing machine needles oil our grateful sense of his many sterfined in jail, has been quite sick. at The leucine had recently been reset spring stock of goods dedication church, Baptist bands, shuttles, and everything ling qualities of both heart and aud in the eyes of the raiders it en Mrs. Hssie Painter has moved Preachersville Sunday. 'James Moore and A. E. Albright that belongs to a sewing machine. mind; his many attractive aocial croached too much on the roadway to this place from Lebanon Juuction Will sendneedles,by mall to any qualities; his moral worth and An Ordnance making it r. fine of From information Fathered from are unloading a car of leitilizer. always two sides of a S fb'r.anyonc Iiitching a hors.e. or other localities this fence raiding I also clean and'repair all kinds noble citizenship, 'which he exhibitThere are Sauiuel Roberts and wife and lil question our side and the wrong anvauimalto the Court yard fence may become a fad. tlf.sun, of Pittsburg are visiting of machines. You can see mc here ed in all his labors and relation g W. M. Owens among us. side" ' and a fine of $2 for any one lntcli-ineverj Saturday. relatives here. James N. Reynolds and little Mt Vernon Ky Main street. any where on (3) That we extend to the' fami.Michael Pitman, aged 92, was in daughter, Mollie, of Pittsburg, ar Ik. Died Atiiit'PecDv Canns died at r. shluHiiE hands with friends Tues- Marshal McClure on Tuesday rived here Monday from a .two a good old age, 84, " expect ly of our deceased brother our PAPER. j WALL any papering? We will sympathy in this dark hour last tcok'td London, W. F. Baker weeks' tiip to Toledo, Ohio, where Sogan Owens, of Freedom is not send you fice a lare selection of sore bereavement. wanted there for stflljng liquor; and ihey .vent to attend the funeral of expected to live. C. Ii'. Thompson has purchased . of samples from 3d per roll up, all (4) Thes2 resolutions be spread will on Thursday took Bob Harris and Chas. II. Stewart, Mr. Reynolds' W . from C. 'C. Williams and Dr. Gravely is moviug into the new colorings and novelties up to ' ' at large upon the record of our Tent. Jake Braiiuuivatfted for robbery. brothei-iti-la: who died April 56th build. property recently occupied by P. dale. We That they be published in the Mt. ' WE Pay Fri'ight. Tlie attenfioii of Rqckcastle far from tumor ol the brain. Mr. Tliarp. . H. Jones. Wm. tfayes, and W. want an agent in every town to sell Vernon Signal, and a copy of fact that a fine! Stewart was a locmotive engineer Cliris Woods were in from Wiltlie mers is called on commission" from 'arge sample same be sent to the mourning- widlist of premiums will. he offered by and was married at this .place A'leather collar for 60c up to books. No capital required. Lor Monday. ow of our dearly beloved brother. Q yeats ago to Miss, Bet-ti- e $2" 50'ot S. W. Davis'. the Brodhead fair this year on veg- twenty-thtesamples or particulars, address C M. C. Williams, Miss Tildie Joues is here visiting etables and farm product, A fine to, phio iVoctor. They went S. Won'. A side saddle for $3.00 and up Committee. Jonas McKhnzhj, jV. ShtTWill teach the school she taught ago", where Some seventeen jears display is looked for. U- E. Houk. to $15.00 at S. W. Davis'. 478-7Ninth Ave! N Y City. last ear. appointed Mr! Stewart has bean constantly in This April 30,.. 1898. Judge Williams has The only collar pad at S. W. ' Mrs Stew- , 'W; A. C arson the painter is G. W McClure. W- F. McClary; the railroad business. Contractors, Attention. I Davis'. kept' hustling by his big" line of A. Ci Stany and James Marct dele ait and three ch'ildren are left to If you want wheels, not those want a man with a saw mill to cut sad loss of a faithful work here. to State Comhiercial Conven- mourn the Telephone poles 300,000 feet of lumber. I will turn carried in tin: head, but a bicycle gates 350 Chestnut ' Miss Mollie Walden of Bumside tion to be held 111 Louisuil'.e, May husband and indulgent 'father, wanted at once. Consult Ed Al ish logs on yaid. Work to be begun read J. L. Mead cycle Co's, ad runthe family are well provided for. is, visiting tlie 'family's of Dr. and Uithand 12U1. bright Brodhead as soon as possible. Location, good ning in .this paper. Iff you wnt a - Will Davis?' OR mill site with wlenty water,-- miles Winchester gun come andisec us ' In round' 'numbers,' six Marine IS IT RED 03jDr.' P. A. Pennington, dentBURNT ORANGE. ist. will be here durinir regular term South of Kit Vernon. Write or call or w.rite the Winchester Anns Co. Rev. Wallace came tip Saturday knots are equivalent tj seven land New Haven Ct. J. W. MarleT. witlf Bro. Bosw.ell and remind over miles, Ifa'ship travels 30 knots of'Circuit court'to practice his'pro- - on me at once. Ky 25 tf Mt vernon till'Monday, v' " 5 an" hour which some - do she 41. One would not be a woman if iiession'. -- '' . Qf 35 land nviIes there wasu)t a time when one want- JSTO CUltli A COLD IN ONE DAY ''Forest fires have done consider goes atherate NOTICE. per liqur.which is faster than auy ed to talk about clothes. And one ifake on JJritsh Laxative Bromo Ouiniue 'fas able damage through this State wouldn't be very much of va man Split Hickory Sfokes. The nublic will notice that you of our trains run lets. Ajll druggists refund motey and Skaggs creek. not 2x2, 30 inches long, all white been if one did not appreciate a well if itfails tbcure. For sale by M. are hereby notified that I will Argenbright has $12 per M assume pay grade or better There was a strike at Murrayls James nor i,be responsible, section foreman at this dressed woman. I was at Christ C,&-p.N.Williams, crusher last Saturday. John M'tlr-ra- y 2x2, 30 'inches long, red, 6 per M for an debt or ueois was ian church on Sunday night last 10 ment place vice W.H. Mpunce who oct 6 6111 dr.u8EJsts,ti came down and settled it. , hv mv wife. Anna Shumate, 1x1 long, red, 28 inches Mr. hear Elders Wallace and Boswcll " " . transfeted to Crab Orchard. I am prepared to take photo- nor will I be responsible for any of forget the' half rates to M. had been here but time and while enjoying the good ser 4 per M Dontt. return oh 9th and and had made a good impression mon, I cast my eye over the audi- - graphs, and willbe pleased to have her actions or accounts or costs uu 28 inches lony, white, Louisville and N. M. Shumate. 6 per M same. en:e for the new fads. It seemed your order. loth. Tickets good, returning among our people. 1808. Mrs. S. W. Davis, -- his Apiii nth, Single Tree Billets. T that the red waist, not dark red nor .3th. This is'to YOU.- Read the- date red, but warm, glowing, burn, uSRy harness fpr $5.50 complete 38 inches long, white, 2x3-8F. P; McLcmo're and wife, of on your label on this paper a.ul re dull ing red had stormed the town. Hand made wagon breeching for SEU. or Exciinok.-Goo- c1 yesterTo $16 per M San Antonio, arrived here mit, Don't keep us everlastingly This late fad suits me. able It is a fad 25latS. W: Davis'. covered spring wagon-suitTo be delivered at any station day and are with their brother-iyou through the Signal dunning business or trucKing between Hazel Patch and Crab Or to be encouraged, because the color Hay. im..,... ,.im lmve nam. cer. ureo law, H. K. McKinuey. No. 1 Timothy baled hay for for butcher fresh cow in hard. and we is healthy to lopk at, because it sale. Orders filledpromptly by A -- will take a good ' Five coilvictions with fineswos of reading these notice a crood clow on the face of exchange as part pay. L. L. Jarrett, Iuspector use our space for throws H. Ba?ton, Crab Orchad. Write otitjn court uiiljs would rather Langford, Ky. the the wearer. I have heard of peo- for prices. G. A. Klkin, Brodhead. Ky. tf here Saturday on Charges of shoot- news items. ple worshiping suns. But I could The ' im PIfiRK. The best built ing on the highway aild liquor selHoMMSTKAD FMRTIWZKR. Train No 26, night express, and fall down and worshib a piece' of Rowland red material, especially when wrap house in Mt Vernon, with market. Kept in stock ling. fright No 37 collided at 5 rooms best on the Ed. Albright, No one seriously this county has Saturday night.engines were dam- ped around a woman with black and kitchen juuL the best cellar in bv J W. Mcore and . James ,PIall;of injured. Both Com and wheat ' lineman with black eyes and fair skin. It Uiereounty;.on iacre lot. for sale Brodhead, Ky. secured a position-a- s $1.00-aged and four cars demolished. tresses, (bone black), $1.30 per Nashtelegraph company between Lowe says this is his third has 1 charm, an indefatigable.- One. or will trade for a small farm. Call grower, Capt. per J. P. LUICHMTKK. hundred; potato grower S1.50 ville and Decherd, Teun Jim is a accident during his thirty years of Men as a ireneral thiwr, hlce red, 011 2S" A remrrkrble record. babies like red and even dogs like 22-- tf hundred, cash. railroading. good boy aud will succeed Mt jST . . - .... - " " " " "' ' ' w"' ' W J u AN OPEN LE ,:Qwe, 71 frfH ( om.-fb- ! d ...... 0 WlOl HJ5.K&. n ER n - Ji. - -- .$ V!$f -- 1 J' Mail-Sout- 111 k ft--- 1 . ?,.. r,s'j?d??i' SU-- frcn VV fc t - J Bo Hot Be , , he "Tb.e Kind You Have Always Bought." Ir-il- the-tll- - sw yiwjvMty&SA -- -- 0 brE ... i. ASTORIA 11 Insist on Having The Kind That Fever Failed' You ofS - f . tl de-si- re ' N. N - I ad-res- s. . Do-yo- u sin-cere- st .i.-?- . Jto-th- e 3 - e . 53 - - 7 k .. swr , " ' un-;t- il ixif, . - - n grist-groun- d .' , - Subscribe for the SIGNAL' year a r k ' itr Ono of the first men to reach Snn Fran risco with a hoard of Klondike Bold w an Month When I.naale Wed nnil Why, H"om tho Evening News, Detroit, Mich, who had been Irishman named The women of nre not as strong as Yon Find Scotnmcn Every. very poor before he struck it rich, and who, their grandmothers, 'i'hey are bearing a nherf. was unfamiliar with many orconsequently, burden in silence that grows heavier day by dinary uses of n life ofluxury. Tho explanation of the fact Hint you day; that is sapping their vitality and cloud-in"Of say, yez kin bring me two dozen eye their happiness. etcrs," he said, airily, as he took.a scat in may And a Scotchmnn no matter whero Mrs. Alexander U. Clark, of 417 Michigan one of the finest restaurants in you go is particularly explained by tho Avenue. Detroit, is woman of toThe oysters were soon set before him, and day. A wife with such ambition as only a Finnegan, looking about him for something returns of the registers of births, lpving wife can have. Hut the joys of her ' to put on them, and hardly knowing what deaths, and nmrriages. of disease. the something should be, spied a bottle of Last yeor, according to a report just life were marred by the existencenlntnra Imvn SllifcrillC Tobasco and proceeded to season the bi Issued, there were 128,823 births in the suffered, Bhcas thousands of lirr almost despaired of life and yet valves, not wisely, but too well. Impaling an oyster on his fork, he northern part of the kingdom and 79,-0"For thrust it into his mouth, then leaped to his deaths an excess of 4D,7G2 births suffered live vears I with ovarian feet with a terrific roar of pain and began over deaths and, inasmuch as the pop- f t rouble," is Mrs. dancing about and yelling like a madman. "See c!" cried the proprietor, rusiung ulation of the country does not increase Clark's own version of to the table, "keep still, or I'll put you out i" In the same ratio, It follows that ninny notthe storv. "I was V free one single CQ me out, is it? Oi wish ycz would of the Scots are seeking fresh flelda for day from hcadacho Vivy put me out! yelled Finnegan. ".Me in tho expansion of that- talent for and intense twitch- sides is blazin loike a match factoryl" enterprise with which Provi- ing fains in my nock Harper's Magazine. dence seems to have specially endowed and shoulders.timeFor I months at a Fnlmlou WcnHli. them. would be confined to Tho "incalculable mineral wealth" of newIn the mnttcr of births (he ninlo my bed. At time ly found mining regions largely run by synblack spots would promoted by transportation seems to be the prepomlcring sex, the anncnr brforn ttiv dicates and number of males born during the tyes and I would be- companies is in too many instances really a tittamt blind" fable. The products of industry in legiti- year being 65,700, and of females, come blind. My nerves were in such a state mate fields of enterprise nearer home arc far As, however, the females had a that n step on the floor unsettled me. surer and promise more stable rewards. No "Kmincnt doctors, skillful nurses, the best one will go unrewarded in the matter of im- slight advantage in numbers in the food nnd medicine all failed. Then I conproved health who use regularly Hostcttcr's of the yenr, this birth rate will sented to an operation. That, too, failed Stomach Hitters for malaria, dyspepsia, nd they said another was necessary. After in somo mensuro fulfill the desirable biliousness, &c. the sreond I was worse than ever and the purposo of restoring the balance. world was darker than before. Of the total births 8,984 were illegiti"It was then I heard of Dr. Williams' When a girl goes away to a larger town on an extended visit there is no great sur- mate equivalent to 0.98 per cent, of Pink Pills for Palo People., I heard that prise when she returns witli n change of all. This rate varies considerably in they had cured cases like mine and I tried color in her hair Atchison Globe. the different districts, being 9.3 per them. "They cured me! They brought suncent, of the births In the mainland rural shine to my life nnd filled my cup with hapDropsy treated free by Dr. II. II. Green's districts, C.7 per cent, in the principal piness. The headache is gone: the twitchEons, of Atlanta, Ga. I'hc greatest dropsy ing is gone; town districts, 6.5 per cent, in the small trembling hasthe nervousnessI is gone; the specialists in the world. Head their adverceased, and have gained tisement in another column of this paper. town districts, 5.7 per cent, in the large twenty-sipounds. Health nnd strength U town districts, and 5.2 per cent, in the mine and I am thankful to Dr. Williams' When you don't know, be brave enough to Pink Pills for Pale People for the blessing." say so. Ilesides, it is a good plan: "I don't insular rural districts. ThcM pills are a boon to womankind. The mortality rate in the lnrge towns Acting directly on the blood and nerves, know" will save you many a useless argument. Atchison Globe. was highest in Greenock, where 222 in they restore the requisite vitality to all parts every 10,000 of the inhabitants died dur- of the body; creating functional regularity nd perfect harmony throughout tho nerFortify Feeble Lungs Against Winter ing the yenr, followed by Glasgow with vous system. The pallor of the checks is with Hale's Honey of Horchound and Tar. I'ike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute. n rate of 220, Tcrth with 210, Edinburgh changed to the delicate blush of health; the with 213, Dundee with 207, Lelth with eyes brighten; the muscles grow clastic, is created nnd good health returns. The baby in the cradle evidently thinks 203, Paisley with 198, and Aberdeen this ia a pretty rocky old world. Chicago with 179. y z "I'-p-n- Jnf What He Wnnfcrt. SCOTCH STATISTICS. A WOMAN'S BURDEN. COULD NOT BE DONE. It 'Wns lloy to Itcsiicct Illn rnther'H Utterly Impossible (or That Gray Ilnlrs. ASTHMA'S PROGRESS. From Cold to Cure. totl "' 63,-02- 7. "Boss," began the Sunday school superintendent, impressively, "I hope none of you will ever get into the reprehensible habit of nlludins to your father ni 'the old man.' When yon grow up, no matter how big or old yell may he, you should always look up to hairs of your father, nnd respect who has grown bent and gray working for you 'in your helpless infancy. Now, all of you who think you can do this please raise your right hands." Up went every hand except one. Stcrnlv eyeing the delinquent, the superintendent solemnly observed: " Whv, young man, I nm horrified absolutely horrified as well ns astonished at your behavior. Don t you wish to raise your liand nud put yourself on rccoid ns being willing to respect the gray hairs of your father when you grow up to be a man? "No. No uso tryin'j can't do it nohow," ' unblushing!)' responded the lad. "Why not, sonnv?" " 'Cauc he ain t liable to have no gray hair. I) id's bald," chirped the youthful philosopher, triumphantly, nnd amid a pen cral jitter the discomfited superintendent gave it up and passed on to (something else. -T- No relief in other remedies. There are many medicines that palliate asthma. Tlicte are few that do more than relieve for a time the oppressed breathing of the sufferer. There are few diseases more trouble ionic and more Irritating than asthma. It interferes alike with business and with pleasure. It prevents enjoyment of t'ie day and makes the night a terror. A remedy lor asthma would be hailed by thouxnds as the greatest possi. blc boon thnt cculd he offered them. There Is n remedy for asthma. Dr. J. C. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has cured hundreds of cases of this disease, and testimonials to Its effiency from those who have tried the remedy nre multiplying wllh every year. The cases presented in the testimonials that follow, may be taken as exemplifying the quick and radical action of this great remedy. " About A v?nr T nmtfrM n UA frA which resulted In asthma so severe that I was threatened with suffocation whenever I attempted to lie down on mv bed. A friend recommending Ayer's Cherry Pec- toral, I began to take It, and soon obtained relief, nnci, iinany, was completely cured. Slucc then, I have used lhU medicine in my family with great success for colds, coughs, nnd croup." S. Huttf.r. l!dltor "RolluU"(rollsh), Stevens Point, Wis. " While on the Gasconade River, Ga., I flc-- caught a severe cold which resulted ia asthma. After taking doctors' prescriptions for a long time without benefit, I at length made use of Ayer's Cherry Pecto-ra- l, and was completely cured." II. O. Kitcuell, Greenwood, Miss. "Rome time since I had a severe attack of asthma, accompanied with a bad cough and n general soreness of the Joints nnd muscles. I consulted physicians, and tried various remedies, but without relief. Finally I took Ayer's toral, and inn very short lime cured." J. Rosells; Victoria, getting nuy Cherry Pecwas entirely Tex. itjllits. . "Say, Hiram, ba you agoin' to town "Yes. Uncle Dill, I got to git the mare shod and do some high old slinppin' fer Can I git any- tho wimincn folks bcsitl ,. "Well, yes, you see your Aunt Lucy says she wants a heap of stuff to the store, but she don't reckon she'd trust me nor no one el&a. to buy her the new calikcr dress she's bent on havin', so she's got ter go and do the sclcctin' of it herself and if you just give her a lift there nnd back it'll save me hitchin' up." "All right, Uncle Dill, I'll be mighty glad of the opportunity, fer I promised Mandy and all three of the gals a ginuinc surprise all around if things panned out satisfactory on the wle of that wheat, which they did, and uo'v I propose to keep my promise in good tliapo and Aunt Lucy, she knows just the very kind of colors the gala like in prjnt goods and what ter select nud how much ter each drcts and I want them nnd Mandy to have tho very best there is; the kind of drcstf goods 1 hecrd Aunt Lucy say was marked on tho tags with the name of William Simpson & 8ons. She says that's the kind that always looks bright and wean well nnd don't fade. I tell you what, Undo Dill, tlicy ain't nobody enjoys secin' well dressed wimmen folks around the house no bettor than me and when Aunt Lucy nnd I get through bnvin' print goods nud calico today I guc" William Simpon & Sons '11 think this town ain't no slouch for well dressed gals and wimmen." !.: vnn" Dr. J. C. Ayer's Cherry Tectoral Is known the world over an one of the most effective medicines for the cure of coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, asthma, and all affections of the throat nnd luncs. It is not, as are so many cough medicines, a mere "soothlnp syrup," a temporary relief and palliative, but it is n radical remedy, dealing directly with disease and promptly healing it. In re:psnse to a wide demand Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is now put up in half size bottles, sold at half price jo cents. More about Dr. Ayer's Cherry Tectoral In Ayer's Curebook. A story of cures told by the cured. Sent free, on request, by the J. C Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. brou-chlti- x Asklns How is it that Slicksmith seems to make an instantaneous hit with every lady to whom he is introduced! Teller Oh, he calls the married ones "iuIm" and tho single ones "Mrs." Judge. Amy So your father lchukcd you for reading; that novel, eh ? Did he burn it ? Mamie-O- il, no! He he put it in the ice chest. Up to Date. Ills Little Gnnic. EDUCATIONAL. Summer Law University of Virginia. 80th Bummer. July 1 toSept. 1, 1808. For Cataloguo, address REGISTRAR SUMMER LAW SCHOOL, CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. X AVnrni Story. Lectures ) January, June uml December, as will be seen from the following table, showing the number of mnrrlages each month, are the favorite sensons for Wo have noticed that the man who is weddings: lucky says nothing about the proverbial January 4 crj luck'of a fool. Atchison Globe. February j.sni T. News. could not pet along without Piso's Curo for Consumption. It always cures. Mrs. E. 0. Moultonffcfcedham, Mass., Oct. 22, '01. I Experience And Not Experiments, Should bo Your Aim In Buying Modlclno. you should bo t Let others experiment; guided by experience. Experiments aro uncertain in result; experience is sure. Experiments may do you harm; experience proves that Hood's Sarsaparilla will do you wonderful good. Thousands gladly tell what Hood's has done for them. They want you to know and they urge you to try it. That is what is meant by the vast number of testimonials written in behalf of Hood's Saisaparilla. They give the results of experience and prove that Is America's Greatest Medicine druggists. $1; six tor 15. HoodVpK. f rpEX.&S Sold by all Oct only Hood's. gentle, mild, effec-- 1 All druggists, ac. , SPEAK THB TRUTH. Hnnrl'e Dillcnro 1UUU J Ultve, LADIES ftS" uo i.con,Tcx., writes; lata a widow, and can strongly recommend Dr. M.A.Sim- IS mans I.lrcr Modlclno, It having Saved my Life- 0 years ago, when I was down with 1.1 vor Complaint and Kidney Disease. I think it a farbcttcrxncdlcino than (that rnado by "Zeilin" and '"Black Draught." Dnring tho period of gestation tho tension tipon tho muscles and ligaments of tho Womb la greatly increased and tho blood vessel aro taxed to their utmost. If thcro is an; tendency to nneasincsa or pain, wo recommend frequent warm injections of oar Mexican JTcmnlo Remodyand two or three doses, every day, of Dr. Simmonq Bqunw Vino Wlno. ThlB treatment will strengthen iho ligaments, will assist la holding tbo uterus in place, lessen pain, rnako tho uterus moro pliable- and clastic, nud prepare the organs for tho final effort. It also lessons tbo danger of denth to child And mothcr.andfortiflcs hcragalnstllablllty to convulsions, flooding and other dangerous oymptoms, and with ordinary prodenco guarantees a rapid recovery. CT-- Gestation. j - Celeste. Tex., ears: Dr. M. A. Simmons Llver aiodlclno is tho best in tho world for Biliousness, Indigestion and Torpid Liver. Havo usod it 19 years, and recommend it to my friends, and they all praise it. I think thcro is as much difference) between It and "Zellin's" and "Thcdford's" as between day and night. ci "Yes, to the mines," retorted the facetious magistrate: "there nre great mining June In (lir Arid District. facilities on the Meilitprr.innmi. Vnn will July 3.8OI August r.cci find nil the oar you want in the galleys." At K.inas Druggist I can't sell you whisky September 1,802 (he nttorncvj Lwitliout a prescription, straniter.-- .,..,. it is nt una uiuiiiijuni.laughedKim nnd 1.R76 October r ' long loudfl pCo) l)i ever i.i ..!; vi.iiinr i rum ixcnuicuyi 2,231 iur iuu liimccuuoil November nil ncn Jiur saw no joke, in the galleyshe Tlpirp.ircd fo' that. sail, when I not mil for 4,082 December '.Detroit Free Press. ims ncnigmeii country i unci a prcscrip The large number of "inssles" who ras not a tioii tattooed on my nrm. were "woo'd an' married an' ni," and "That's nil right, then! Come in and I'll A I'ccullnr Kccllnir. fill you."-Pu- ck. also "kissed nnd carried nwn" in DeThe rensntion of homesickness has been cember nnd Jnnunry is of course ac- variously described, but never more graph' Hint's Tlilnf counted for by the advent of the new ically than by n little girl, who, miles away Wc offer One Hundred Dollars Howard from home and mamma, sat heavx-cyeand year the festive season in "Honnia silent at n hotel table. forni'V rase of Catarrh that cannot be cured Scotlnnd." "Aren't you hungry, dear?'' asked her by I.iI'h Catauh Cure. I' I. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. aunt, with whom she was traveling. It. is "unlucky" to wed in May, that We. tho uiidcisigned, have known F. J, "No." month being nbhocintcd with the misCheney for the last in years, and believe him "Does your head "ache?" perfectly honorable in all business transacfortunes of Mary, Queen of Scots. Lon"No." tions ami financially able to carry out any "What is the matter?" don Mail. The child's lip quivered, and she said, in obligations made bv their film. Ilerf Ten for the Invalids. a tone to grieve tho heart: "I'm 60 seasick West k Trans, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O. In giving beef tens to the invalid re- for homo!" Albany Argus. Wnlihng, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale member that the beef tea that is clear DngciilH, Toledo, O. IIomcMcckcrH' Uxcnr.ilons. transparent is good and useful as and mil's ,Catarrh Curo is taken internally, On the a stimulant, but Is altogether worthless and June, first and third Tuedays in 5ray act ircr duectly upon the blond and mucous 18DS, the Chicago, Milwaukee &. sinfajtek nf tho stem. Price 75c. per boas a nourishment, and people cannot St. Paul ltaihvay will soil loumt-triexcurlive on it. A most nutritious beef broth sion tickets (good for 21 days) to a great ttler 31d by all Druggists."" Testimonials points in South and North that may be kept for a week if the cover manyother western and southwestern Dakota ' All's Family Pills ore the best. and ,V is left off while cooling is made in this at practically one fare for the roundMntcs, trip. A ntnnnlnir Htnmiilc. way: To three pounds of solid beef Take a tiip west and sec what an amount oi Professor fto from the shoulder or shin, with all dried good land can be purchased for very little Johnnie, give class in philosophy) Now, me examples of the extremes Further information rates, skin or any soft or bloody portions re- money. prices of farm lands, etc., ns to beob of witness nnd hardness. routes, may moved, add three pounds of bones from tnined on application to any coupon ticket Johnnie Dright The dude nnd his diathe same part of the beef and four agent or by addressing George 11. J lea fiord, mond stud. Jeweler's Weekly. quarts of cold water. Put in a jar and General Passenger Agent, Chicago, III. ; Slinke Into Yoxir Slioca cook from eight to twelve hours in a ( GrcntncsM ItccnpcnlEcd. Allen's Foot Kase, n powder for the feet. slow oven. Strain through a colander Stranger What'd going on heve It turcs'painful, swollen, nervous, smarting nnd add two teaspoonfuls of Enlt. If There seems to be n celebration of nomc kin J fret nnd instantly takes the sling out of in progress. corns and bunions. It's the greatest comfort you are going to keep it leave the fat Native Yes: we're eivin' Cv Simnsnn n discovery of the age. Allen's on, breaking off just enough each day little blow-ou- t on gittin back from thocitj iiiii qr new nnuc icuj cany, ii n to allow of getting out the stock under- without imvin' a gold bride. He the fircl cure for sweating, callous nnd hot.iatired, achcitizen and give to the patient cago of this place that ever done it. Chi ing; feot. Tri It fiwiciy. Sold by all druei'Ms neath. Heat Evening News. and shoo stores, 25c Trial pnekneo FKKE. with or without crackers as desired. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Lc lloy, N. Y. Chicago Times-HeralGive tlio Children n Drink called Grain-O- . It is a delicious, appetizing, His Objection. Sonnn'n WIttr Retort. nourishing food of Wheeler A few evenings ago Mrs. John Philip coffee. Sold by drink to take tho placo all thaL'it nuts One thing about the bicycle is all grocers and liked by you in touch with the world. Sousa said at dinner here thnt she found who have used it, because when properly Clumlyton Yes, but I dislike to be touchlike the finest coffee but ing it almost exclusively with the top of my her patriotism wns fiqt nearly so high narcd it tastes, now that she had a boy who might run Grain-- from all its injurious properties, head. Truth. ' aids digestion and strengthens the away to war. nerves. It is not a stimulant but a health ,'lo?Cure n Colli In Ono Dn- "Instead of shrieking for the Stars builder, and children, as well as adults, can d;c rfisutivc llronio Quinine Tnhklr. A'J ui:gils refund inonov if it fni'stouue. .T and Stripes I think of the starving drink it with great benefit. Costs about as mucli as coffee 15 nnd 25c. women," she concluded. Whcnn woman tells of a rule saying by "Well, my denr'nnswered Mr. Sousa, Very few people know good stationery lier uany we aiwn.vs ininK niu woman ingravely, "considering the financial ben- when they see it. Washington Democrat. vented it. efit it is to me, I wish you would encourage these demands for the Stars ATTRACTIVE WOMEN. and Stripes, or you may be yourself n starving womnn." Philadelphia Ilec-orFullnoss of Hoalth MakOH Swoot Dlsposltlona and Happy Homes. J 1,2s: i.ssc d March April May 1,571 1,861 day by a falling tilo while indulging in a parade. A young man of the fainilv of Ilur was charged with Ins death and brought into court." Tho judge, after hearing the case, turned to the prisoner nnd said: "I sentence you to the mines for life." "To the mines?" echoed Den Ilm . . Connie and Ilrntnl. History states that a certain Koman of some importance was killed one nHHBHHHMHHHHHHHHIM EvwrflTflMuniiMiHiiMnrtiiiiHmm al ysELassa lllllllll.Lllllllll.lllll.ll 1 GASTORIA in y ujljlnljl For Infants and Children. CASTCI ArcBclablcPrcparationror m Asof The Kind You Have Always Bought similating ihjJToodflndRcgula-liiigtlicStomachsondDovi-cls- lLVfalUl)UaM FromotesDigcsUon,Chectiul-ncs- Bears the s w Signature iw The Kind Wot Narcotic. Ax.Smn JtA,lUSJit- and nest.Contnlns neither Opium.'MorptiinC norljincral. JixveafOWnrSiMVELHllBMt - JliGii'tniaijtJ llhtoymn Jmfl Sa,jr ncss andLoss OF Sleep. lac Simile Slgnoturc of Ancrfcctncmcdv forConslioa lion , Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, Worms.Convulsions.rcvensn rU Ait Jr You H ave NEW YORK. Always Bought. EXACT COPVOF WHAPPEB. GASTORIA THC CCNTAUn COMPANY. HCWVORK CITY. ij lypfr-- - PAINT CALCIMO : WALLS CEILINGS. FRESCO TINTS ir,"?? Calcimo FOR DECORATING WALLS AND CEILINGS pftlntdcalcrancldo jour own kalsomlnlng. This material U mado on tclontltla principles by milled In twentr-fon- r tints and la tuporlor to nnr concoction of OluoanU whiting ttaat can possibly bo mado by band. To tie mixed with Cold Water, yon nrHHM) FOR HAMPI.n COLOR CAWm and Ifway cannot purchase tbla material of obtaining It. from your local dealers let us kuoir and wo will put you In tho MURALO COMPANY. NEW BRIGHTON. 6. I.. NEW YORK. THE aMMaHHHkHHBHBHBpHkHBMMaBMHHHIi THE MARKETS. Cincinnati, May 4 3. EXTRACTS FROM JfX3. PIKKIIAU'S NOTE BOOK. Woman's gteatost a condition often called "pov crty nf blood" from deficiency of tho red corpusclca which glvo to this fluid ito color. It arlaos from Insufficiency of assimilation of tho proper materials of food to replenish tho blood, as in chlorotlo pirlo. It may occur in persona who havo long onfferoa with hemorrhoids, Tr in women from ropcatod discharges of blood from tbo utcruo. Tho lipa and tongno looo their natural red color and bocomo whlto end tho face looks llko wax. Tho most cfOclont remedy for this condition ia Dr. Simmono Squaw Vino Wlno. Tho improvement prodncod by its uso I; frequently almost magical; an enfeebled heart becomes strong and oanablo ia Its cction, dlgootlon improves, tho lips and, checks loso their pallor, and tho cyo bo comca bright and tho stop clastic. Anrcmla lo Polonoss. LIVE STOCK Cattle.common.t 2 75 4 za uicci uuicucrs alr to good light.. 5 21 3 23 HOCJSCommon Mixed packers 3 83 Light shippers 3 70 SHKEl'-Cho- ice 3 60 LAMllS Stirlne son T7T 4 25 FLOUIl-wln- tcr family Wheat No. 2 red ukain 3 red , No, ,. Corn No. Z mixed., No. 2 Oats CAI,VE5-FItye-N- o.2 3 80 3 03 4 00 3 73 7 00 4 63 1 600 3 50 60 xnnro gift Is tho power to"lnsplro admiration, respect anil lovo. is a beauty In health which Is moro attractive to men than SJBBBB 10 37 3W 3I? 61 PKOVISIONS-Mc- ss BUTTER-Chol- HAY Prime to choice APPLES-P- cr POTATOES-P- er FLOUIt-WlnGKAIN-Whcut-- co dulry l'rimo to cnoico creamery... LardPrimo stoam bbl pork.... 10 73 JO It 11 a 5 em ii 00 5 50 1 H 1 60 10 A VXi vJy bush..., . 3 00 83 5 30 1 20 mi 3 60 CHICAGO. CORN-N- o. OATS-N- o. PORIC-M- patents 2 red No. 3 Chicago spring tcr No. mere regularity of feature. To bo a cucccssful wife, to retain tho lovo and admiration of her husband, should bo a woman's constant btudy. At the first indica- tlonof illhcalth, painfulmcnscs, painsin tho slQc.hcadachcor backache, BOjuro Lydia-E- . Pinkham'a.VcgetableCompound, nnd brpin its use. This truly wonJcrful remedy is tho safeguard of women's health. Mrs. Mabel Smith, 315 Central Ave., Jersey City llcights, N. J writes: "Deaii Mns. Finkham: lean hardiv find words with which THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE DIDN'T USE 6ooiH.a-.oaieaJc- SAPOLIO i z3 Z I I'trminently curtd by nilnr OR. WHITEII riiti; dd iiieolloa ( tbu publication. 4'l Ti fill d Ml ITS D33 sftfrfiritdt'io. 10 Fit pallcnta. tap eHrM. ioioicgooiiii-itiat- i AI.LTS R11KUMATI0 CURB. Th inreit and tb bolt. Simplo icnl TUB DU. WUITKIIALL IIEUIUMIMIC Ort.fciuth Dtnd, Indiana, STOPPED FREE. PERMANENTLY ODEED Insanity Prevented by 100 31 10 & 2 2 Go to your grocer and get a 15c. package of to-d- ay cs? LAItD-Stca- m.. 00 50 3IU 3I! 10 It 16 5 C2V4 NEW YOItlC. PLOUK-Wln- tcr WHEAT-N-o. rain0 It takes the place of coffee at the cost. Made from nure rrrnins if is nourishing and healthful. RYE CORN-N- o. patent 2 red 3 mixed .' 5 35 5 75 1 23 40! 67H 33 10 OATS-Ml- xcd I'OIIK New Mess LAUD-Wcs- tcrn PLOim-Faml- 75 11 00 0 01 HALTIMORE. ly. CHAIN Wheat No. 2... i,,... Southern Wheat.. Oats No 2vililto, No. 2 western rit quality IIOCIS Western INDIANAPOLIS. F Hyo CATTLE-FIGltAIN-Whcnt-No- .2..t Corn Mixed 5 00 8 30 l 11M& l I 03 l II SO 39 H 38 37H 8H 8IM45 4 50 4 73 4 33 4 23 fi uv a Oats No. rLOUK-win- tcr GHAIN-Wucut-No. Corn No. 2 mixed 2 mixed I ?j 2 08 32 LOUISVILLE. patent.:?,..., Mixed Corn Oats-Mlx- red..... 3 75 4 1 cd. ""' P0-"JAllO-StCB- in, ,.,,,. ,,,, &.,37lC S3" II 50 00 00 wonderful remedy has donofo? inc. 'Without it I would by this time havo been dead or worse, insane: for when I started to take Lydla B. IMnkhaui's Vegetable Compound I was in a tcrri-bl- o state. I think it would bo impossible for mo to tell all I suf fered, uvcry pars ot my oouy pecmed to pain some wny. Tho pain in my back and head wa3 terrible. I was nervous, Una liys- V XI . I .iVoinfinrrsnells. Mvcasc wasono up by two of tho best doctors In' that was given n.v... w n rt.ml mven tin iuyoch, ua a. i.i. toyour believed nothing would everdo me any good. BuUhanks many things, I factunotber person entirely. medicine, I nmnow well and strong; in " freely and '" If you aro puzzled about yoursclfrito she offers free of charge to al women. which Lynn, Mass., and secure tho advice homca which nervous-;ties- s This Is tho advice that has broughtfsunlno into many and irritability had nearly wrecked. Wojnan'dllU lyaiiB,PWIwm'4Yc?cW?!f C9wpMd to thank ji.u for what your JlSE im s r f Alien'" Ulccrlua Hnlvo Is tho Cily uto curo In Iho world for Clironlo Ulcera, llone Ulcers, Ncrnl'iiloua Ulcct. Vnrlcoae Ulcers, White MwcMlnir, Vcvei Nores, and nil Old florea. It never Calls. Draws out all poison Hayes cxpenso and MUIcrlnir. Cures liorninnent. Hen salvo for Halls, C'lirliiinclcs. I'llra, Halt Rheum, Hums. Cuts and ull Fresh Wounds. Ilymall.sm.ill.Xlej largo, sic. hook frco. .1. A AI.I.KN MElirCINK CO., St. l'nul, Minn, Sold by Ilrucslsts. OR. KLINE'S GREAT NERVE RESTORER PoatdTS ur fnt all l&nwu, l)lirar FltM.FnllmMir. No I'itiorNtrrou.ncii SpamandSt.VttHa'i)an. Treatise and 12 trial bottle free prr,a chararaoDlr wben re. DSTlnt Srnil ia DR. KLINR. Lti.. Hrllprua Inntltutaof Atch Street, I'lllLADELPllU. FA. LIVE ST06K GUTS, ,urnIsh dupf,cate8 of.UVE STOCK CUTS or nny OTHER CUT snown in nny SPECIMEN BOOK, at or nolow quoted prices (or samo. A. in. inuwsi'ai'kk Wo , 335 kulluuu w. rmn St., Cincinnati,w.t o. mn, nEABEItS OF THIS I'AI'EIl DKSIIIINO TO IlUyANYTIlINO ADVEUTI3KD IN ITS COLUMNS BUOUI.n INSIST UrON HAVING WHAT TIIKV ASK KOH, IIKFIIBINO ALL 8UDSTITUTK3 OK IMITATIONS. cav. stud for boov orII.testimonial ana iu days' trcutment I'rce. Dr. II. (JiittN'S S0JS,lUtu, Os. Tlmler, Ulnc-H- , 7 flfin ntin ACRES-rcarsp, UUUl UUU C DISCOVERY: Bls m.DtnilOCV NEW relief and cures worst Quick GIVEN AWAY I FREE CATIIACCE. UI.b laslii B.nlht IT.II.fnAWrilRD CO., cuyls. gsilnlllo, Ttsa, kWdy sending TWO annual subscriptions a flescktstkeUtkUUSU BU.VrllLY, 8AH riUKClSlO. TsU stsf silas ll tss slis of ncllars's ra Is ssperbly UloilrsleO. tfKAK?fla5! 1707 CougU St Best In tlmo.Syrun. Sold lil m CURLS WHtHt All UE FAILS. Tastes Good. Uso by druRRlsts. jsT i" KIND MAOHINEnY-TWELL MoneyXotuIs lie Xymon, that EARNJ Tlffln, Ohio, ti A. N. IC.- rl -E wnwt wniTixo to advertisers please state that yon tbo Advertliey Beat in ttil pper. lw &.? '