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SHIPS WERIj DESTROYED SPANISH .One llnmlml'muV Fifty of the Enemy AVcrc Killed nnd Miui' Jloro , " ' Uartly Wounded. jOnr t Ship? Were Kot Injured nnd Not An Anierlc.iu 'Wan Killed Tiio IVosl-deCable" ConzratulitUoni " Dcwcy Acting Admiral. nt ing tho fnct that everybody for several days rast has been in momentary of cable advices from Com-modo- Waeiiingto'x, May 0. Notwithstand- . from Convnricltto Dewey. Tho publi- cation of new'sr'aper dispatches tolling of terrible mortality among tho Spanish nnd tho escape of tho American" "forces, men nnd ships, from serious in- "jury lidded to tho excitement nnd to tlip intense satisfaction with which tho long expected news was received. T'icro was an instant rush of news-rape- r men to tho navy department to further information from of- .ficial sources, and rcrhnps dismayed by Uoe.v, tho town was thrown into tho wildest excitement at break-fus- t time Saturday morning by the of extra papers announcing1 the arrival of tho McCullocli at ilonp Kong with dispatches for tho government io If In is compellcd'by a re usal np I UZIU t" tiuld kill ctcfy one In Cnvito, . . .. .. m.!.. fnnlln respondents and curious observers ' ouriL'iiuLi in lw..!..... t .'i... .... -- h nnu wnen a untied a Jong procession iu wiuut i. of priests and sister Of mercy hist tho tcok tho dispatch as Mr. rinney read Snanlsh inhabitants vould train Jitt by 'flight, for tho Insurgents hdldUis-hill- boat from the Petrel atld begged it. II was as follows: and could easily defeat tnura,jk our men not to iniuru tho wounded ,"CA,vnn, May 4, 1S03. of As a ' J" M Mn the hospitals. rescued matter 200 "Loxo, Secretary Navy: 1 have talc-e- n combat. .fact the Americans some Commodore Dewey has hMjityV ppssession of the naval station at Spaniards and snt theih nshorc. All Cavitc, Philippine islanda, and de- munlcatiou with the tlia Spanish vessels are dcstroj'cd, with deHave stroyed its fortifications. 2000 men. The Spanish estimate gives stroyed fortifications nt tho bay en- tho hills that surround AlftnUaTTM trance, paroling the garrison. 1 con- men Will be nrincu witn Americas the their loss at 1,000 killed and wounded. in' trol the bay completely and can take pcating rifles recently landed expecw In the Iteina Maria Christina 200 men arc bclicvtd to have been killed or tho city nt any time. The tfiuadrunitt Philippines, by Jllibustering ' 2R droit tied. Tho tloila. nnd spirits. excellent licnllh Spanish loss not fully known, but very Long, itsl'iNOTOK, May after reading tho dispatch from Comheavy; ISOfklllcd, including the captain modore Dewey, aaid: '"It was a most of tho Ileina Christina, I am assisting wonderful naval achievement and rein protecting the Spanish sick and flects the greatest credit on'our ofllccr3 wounded. Two hundred and fifty sick nnd" wounded in hospitals within our and men. Tho fire from our ships lines. must have been so effective that tho Mnch .excitement at Manila. Will protect foreign resident. Spanish Mere in a manner stunned. Dewey." They could not recover themselves un' til the lattle was lost." ,As tho Inst word of tho dispatch wis Secretary Alger said after tho cabutturcd, several of the onlookers, ininet meeting that lie hoped to send cluding Senator Hanna,. called for JO,0CO troops to Manila, to sail from three cheers for Dewey. They wore fan l'rancisco in a few days. given with a will, and the usual ofllclal (Sen. Miles says that he can bend as serenity of the navy department for high as 10,000 men, if so many nro the moment vrtS broken by a round of needed, to Commodoro Dcswey, if tho cheers which fairly shook tho'build-ing- . transports are ready at that time. Troops will be sent as soon as they Washington,. May p. By direction can bo gotten transport. of tho president, Secretary Long sent the following cable dispatch to ComWashington," May 9. The departmodore Dowey: Washington, May 7. ment is almost bewildered by tho comDewey, Manila: Tho president, in the pleteness of Commodore Djwey's vic' VICnPMTnAL.MONTi:JO. name of the American people, thanks tory. The oflleials, until they got tho you and your ofllcers and men for your (TheSpanUh Cdmmandcr "Who Suf(cr ofllclal dispatches, could not conceive " - Defeat at Manila. splendid uchievqment and overwhelmthe possibility of our not'suffering tho ing victory. In recognition. he has aploss of any men. It seemed an impospointed you acting admiral, and will sibility. The ofllclal report is perfectThe insurgent, have but u semblan recommend a vote of thanks to you by of military training. If they mukc ly clear, however, Commcdoro Dewey congress, ("signed) Long. saying that only a few of his men wero attack on the city it will deencra Nkw Yomc.May 10. A dispatch to" tho into lawless looting. hurt. The insurgen World from Hong Kong says: Kot less remarkable than this was will be nothing better than a mob otj Dispatches signed by Commodore fni nllinrlor the fact that our vessels escaped inDewey have just been sant to Va$h Thsra is a grave necessity fori jury. Cur fleet smashed into the Spanish so quickly and with such impetu- ington recommending that the sur- - strong government at Manila. Comm drcdormcro anxious newspnrer pnr- - I i z: TL I 13, 1898. NUMBER 35. 1 c THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, . 4' irjKntSfii STANFORD. KY. Bucoesiors to the Lincoln National OF Bank. 4. : By provision of its charter, depositbrs are as fully protected is an depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par valua thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may ad as Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as au individual, Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Stanford. Kentucky. December 3it 1896. RESOURCES: Notes nnd mils Other Stocks and Bonds Overdrafts Duo frcm Danks Danklnc House and Fixtures Lain K02.fll5.21 1.MS.62 4.202.41 40,233.23 0,400.00 LIABILITIES: Capital Stock Surplus Fund Individual Deposits Due to Danks tCOO.OOOM -- to.suj.vu e387,O15,0O 19,433 i 155,5M.0J 12,018.41 1337,013.84 DIRECTORS: J. J. Williams, Mt Vernon. J. S. Owsley, Stanford. J, B. Owsley, Stanford. JVilliam Gooch, Stanford. S. n. Shanks, Stanford. S. J. Embry, Stanford. J. P. Cash, Stanford. A. W. Carpenter, Stanford. W. II. Cummins, Lincoln County. J. E. Lynn, Stanford. J. N. Mcncfce, Stanford. fi. H. SHANKS, President! JMSTWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, and they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier J, B. OWSLEY, Cnshiw W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. . SAN JUAN BAY, PUERTO RICO, SHOWING 'fORTIM'caTIONS. B fl BUSINESS EDU6ATI0N Is absolutely necessary to tho youncf man pr younp woman who would win success in life. This being conceded, it io of the first importanco to got your training at tho school that stands in tho very front rank tho pryant K r- & Stratton Business College, LOUISVILLE, KT"., - ili. ., . Boo7c7eeeping, Shorthand, g - Telegraphy ., -- "B TrT,rsJsrA)i, wwr- ..ia-- 1 : j--- rrvrza? ;. ywmm "&m&9wz" jmt N'PiSSB-Jl5- TrT"t'vr&rrfrCTsafe-A.- -- - .. Jt ii4twap'rty-4'iK-B S g ?a. tte&zz? - s- - . " V . testlmpnialsfromgi!aduatbsloccunvlninrnmi7Wi ncnt positions all over tho United States It will bo mailed FREE. nfl "Wflto-fo- r bcantlful'boolr-glTln- ,.. ." e- - Druggists and Pharmacists. MG.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt. Vernon, Ky. AIJOUX TO tho number and impetuosity of tho newsr-npecontingent, the ollieiuls of the 'iKivigation bureau, where cipher dlbpntthes aio tianseribed and trans- luted, fromptly closed anil locked their dcors against invasion. One of tho officers of the bureau had been on duty every moment of the 24 Jiour3 for several weeks past waiting to receive cablegrams of importance. Secretary Long at 10:30 o'clock read tho following to newspaper men as Deuej-'dispatch: Manii.a, May 1. The squadron arrived at Manila at daybreak this morning. Immediately engaged the enemy and destroyed tho following Spanish vcsbel.s: Iteina Christina, Castilla, Isle do Cuba, General Lezo, the Duero, Correo, Vclasco, Mindanao, one transport and tho waicr battery at Cavitc. The squadron is uninjured and only a few men wero slightly uoundid. . Tho only means of telegraphing is to tho American consul at Hong Kong. 1 shall communicate with him. Dkwkv. It is said at tho navy department that advices also show that Dewey's forces were not sufficient to intiko a landing but that this in no way interfered with tho complete control ho exercises over the city and its fortliica-tions- . s Ul-!o- a, B1C BOMBARDED BY ADMIRAL SAMPSON'S ITXijisr. doro Dewey could have taken the city last Sunday, but he feared violence. He can land 1,000 armed men, but those would not bo suflleient to prevent murder, rapine and pillnge. If wo take JIanlla the French and Urit-is- h warships hero will land forces to protect their own people in Manila and their own interests. Not less than 5,000 troops aro really needed to occupy tho principal cities in the rhillpplnes. Dewey has already asked for them and has received nssur-nncc- s that they will bo sent as quickly as bhips can be had ready to trjnsport them. Tho Hugh McCullocli has been mado tho dispatch boat of tho fleet until cable communication can be restored. The people of Hong Kong make no concealment of their joy at our victory. Sentiment hero is unanimous that tho Philippines will pass into Uritish control when the war ends, becoming part of tho colony of Hong Kong. The captain, chaplain and 03 others wero killed, and bix were wounded on tho Castilla. One hundred and fifty were killed and 00 wounded on tho Iteina Christina, Adm. Montejo's flagship. Five were killed and 20 wounded on tho Don Juan do Austria. Four wero killed and 50 wounded on tho Antonio do Ullao. Capt. Sostoa, in command of the arsenal at Cavite, surrendered to Capt. Lambcrtson, with hib 800 men, and a. few hours later treacherously violated his terms of surrender byiamoosing to Manila, taking with them their Mauser rifles. Lomjox, May ft The Hong Kong correspondent of the Dally Mall gives the following details of the battle at Manila: "There was an act of treachery on tho part of a Spanish bhip vhich lowered her flag and then fired at a boat's crew sent to take possession of hr. Sho did not hit tho boat, but our guns were turned on her and tore her to pieces. She went to the bottom with allon board. Several vessels close in shoro behaved in the snmo way and. osity that lie binothered tho Spanish fire and had them in a bewildered and helpless condition before they could do his fleet damage. He is in possession of the island and is secure, but needs mere- men. Lom)on, Mny 0. Tho Hong Kong correspondent of the Daily Chroniclo snys: "Manila is helpless and surrounded by the insurgents. Tho block ade is effective. The Americans have occupied Corrcgidor island abd Com modoie Dewey has exercised cousunv mate judgment nnd rare ability in maintaining a distance at ono safo for his fleet and deadly to the Span-lards." Dewey had been received. hoT secretary tarried this with him to the white house, and pending tho conference with tho president tliero was intenso eagerness among tho waning crowd to learn tno contents jf tho second dispnfeh. Senators ho' saw ' tit J president secured orief intimation that Dewey's victory was overwhelming and that lie had a .arge number of Spanish prisoners in nis possession. At 12:S0 Secretary jong carao from tho president's private room, carrying tho copy of tho second mcsitigo from Dewey, but in order to give equal facilities to tho great crowd o' people waiting to gain information lie held it until lie reached nis private ofllcc. Then his secretary, Mr. Finney, brought ,tho message to tho large reception room wheic a hun- - Shortly before noon Secretary Long left the navy department for tho white house and an oillcial confirmation was made that a second dispatch from e Corn-mor- suggests that ho be named as ono of tho commissioner?. Tho government would be continued upon much tho samo lines as exist now. Ho asks thatsunlcicnt troops bo sent him, in tho event that his plan is adopted, to maintain order. If his suggestion is favorably received by tho president and tho cabinet, it is probable that our two consuls, Williams of Manila, and Wildmau of Hong Kong, will be asked to serve on tho commission. i'omo such solution, it appears, must bo found immediately. Food supplies in Manila have tun short already. It is estimated that tho town has only enough to last two weeks. No more can be brought in. Commodoro Dewey's fleet has completely invested tho city by water and tho insurgents control all land approaches. It is impossible for tho inhabitants to ndd to the presdnt supply of food without tho consent of tho American commodore. He is in absolute control. Tho forts nt Manila are not strong enough to cope with his guns. The fleet would have no trouble in razing tho city's defenses and in utterly destroying the residenca and business quarters. Kot only the gocrnor general but the people as well realise that if Dewey demands a surrender ho can back up his demands with shot and shell suflleient to wipe out tho city. ii 1110 demand is mado and the governor refuses, tho people will rise and demand that lie surrender. There would also be a revolt on tho part of many of tho soldiers before they would bring down on tho practically defenseless city the fire of tho powerful American licet. Under international law a citv can not bo torn Larded until a day's notice has been given, but tho action of tho Manila forts in firing on tho American fleet would be suflleient grounds to siiarcd her fate. break this rule. "Tho Spaniards had fouglit to their Commodore Dewey has said ho will last gasp and now surrendered. Thev give tho people time Io lea vo tho city j had; been annonncing that, tho Aiper-- " render of Manila bo demanded and that provisional government for the "Philippines be established ponding the settlement of tho war with Spain. His proposal is for a commission to take conhol of the government. Ho 11 We earrv Druers. Chemicals. Paints. Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call for goods usually kept in a drugstore. first-clas- s First National Of Stanford, Ky. Capital Stock $200,000. The Times says: "The destruction of tho Spanish fleet was complaU1, as complete as any achievement iccordid in naial nnnals, Commsdoro U.-- y sl'owing hitmclf worthy alike of tho great tradltionb of tho'LTnitcd States navy and of his kinship with the raco .that produced Xclion. "' The Standard remarks: 'Commodorj Dewey has evidently taken as his model for dispatch writ ing that laconic Ilrltlsu sailor of famous memory who reported a decisive naval victory thus: 'Engaged enemy yesterday. Captured ships U3 Jwi 23,100. " Surplus "DIRECTORS" M. D. Elmore, F. Refd T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S.T. Harris, J. S. Hocker and M. J. Miller. We solicit the accounts of the citizens ol Rockcastle and adjoining counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all businesi Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a vie to business relations, respectfully invited. JNO. J. McROBERTS; Cashier, J. S. HOCKER, Prca. J, W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, per margin."' ; Wabiiixotox, May 10. Tho cabinet decided on an aggressive campaign against tho Spanish in tho Philippines. Fivo thousand troops will b3 sent. It expects important news soon from Sampson who has moved against Porto IMeo. It is not believed ha w ill encounter tho Spanish fleet at Porto Rico. Later on, Havana will bo attacked from tho rear by tho United Statos and tho insurgent troops and by the fleet in front. Over Ono Hundred Cottusr II irne I. Gi.ovhnsviM.K, N. Y., May 10. Over ono hundrod cottages at Scandaga Park, Fulton county, n popular summer resort, 13 iniloi north of here, have been destroyed by fire, probably of iuejndiary origin. The cottages were all frame structures, built closely An Asgrpgjlve C.impilsn. GO TO JONAS McKENZIE For Everything in- . ft Dry Goods, Clothing. Boots and Shoes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at Living Price. together.. I'hero is no truth in the statement that tho popo has advised Wie ijueou reenl jo mediate, IV K ft-.- .--'' ". TMXAl'SOt lilXJJ-'- tt Mrs. B. King antlMrs. Arm- the place of business of this & strong, of More'and, have returned after a visit to Mrs. King, daughter The incorporators, and those of Mrs. E. Fishback. who may hold stock in this, corMisses Lena and Ella Bentley poration, shall on the first Saturday have returned from LondonjJjWhile in January 189Q, at 1 o'clock p. t the storehouse of A. H. Bastin there they were the guests of Miss in Crab Orchard, Lincoln county. Bessie Magee. Ky., hold an election for the purKen Pike preached at the Pres- pose of electing 3 Directors, who byterian church Sunday night. after being duly elected aud qualiDr. J. H. Pettus was in Crab fied, shall elect from their ;number Orchard, Sunday. a president, Secretary and' TreasMessrs. Foster, French, Murphy urer, who shall hold their offices and Wilson was down from Lon- until their successors, are elected The corporation shall have all don, Sunday. the forms,. nghts( and privileges R. A.-- Sparks visited relatives in given to corporations tinder . the London last week. laws of Ky. William Lane and wife of near The capital stock of the corporPaint Lick is visiting their nephew ation sliall be One Thousand Dol W. F. Garrett. lars ($1000,) which shall be divided W. O. Barns was in Stanford into ico shares of ten dollais (10) each. the first of the ve.ek. The corporatiou shall begin busMiss Maggie. Lewis, of Danviile. iness on the ?7th day of April 1898, is' visiting Mrs. Dr. Cooper. years atul continue for twenty-fiv- e A. Party composed of W. F. after that date unless soonet dis C. O. Bryson, Chas. olved. Sheridan, f Brewer, Buck Johnson, Russ Dil The private aud individual propChas. erty of the incorporators, officers lion, Walter Sautiders, Burnes left Tuesday on a fishing aud stockholders of said Company trip up Rockcastle River. shall not 111 any way be responsible Mrs. W. T. Mcrimce arrived for the debts, or liabilities of the Monday and has taken rooms Company, or debts incurred forior with Geo. Pope. Mr. Menruee on behalf of the corporation, and will join hei when the new depot judge men shall not be obtained is occupied' which will be Monday; against them individually on such ' debts or liabilities. .Jf May 16th. shall issue "Ho The company Mrs. W. B. Dillion has returned each stock holder a certificate, of after a protrrcted visit to her moth stock for such an amount as each' ..w er s Mrs. isroaacnis m Lincoln may own The shares ofstock are conuty. transferrable, and all transfers shall Mrs. John Smith and Champ be made on a book held by the Mullins still remain very low. Company for that purpose. ' n. " A' Professional Cards. P. A. .Vernon Fkiday, May tU Signal. 13, 1898. Pennington, D. I). S., M. D. DENTST, Published every Friday by m-a- JAMES MARET. rBSCRIPTION ONE YKAK $I.OCV N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts.. Come to see us. Will sell vott honest iroocls at fair orices. ASH- AND- SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. LOUISVILLE.' KV. - General Merchandise ' DAVIS & - SON i DEALERS IN' KS ' . ,i Advertising rates made knoivn on application S. N,'E)avis -- SURVEYOR ' rZ Old Main and hurch Sts, -- " MT. VERNON. KY . wizpres . ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce Mt. Vernon, Also, an Agent for Tailors in the world. Ky the best "" M THOMPSON, JOHN as n candidate for the nfnominatiou for Representative in Congress subject to the action of the Democratic party. B, Brodhead Marble Works N DRS. G. B. & J. H. LAWRENCE W. H. COLLYER, MANUFACTURER PROPRIETOR. J' .; r . PHYSICIANS and AND DPAM'R IN We are authorized to announce JAMES 13. McCREARY, a candidate for nomination for Representative in Congress subject to the action of the Democratic - party. SURGEONS. ftSTOflice at residence (Rice property) opposite the Southeast corner of Court yard. ' KY. MT. VERNON, - - - Monnumonts and Tomb Stones. " j.i..t : Mfc Vernon Collegiate-Institut- e IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. ' C..C. WILLIAMS, w, ':&. : sl ,Ti - ("" T rrific Battle Fought in Cardcims Harbor Between the American Ships, Wilmington, Win'slow Attorney-at-La- t. Vernon, CQuOffice on 2nd floor Ky. Fall Session Opens Sepember Academic, Intermediate, aud 6, 1897. brick on Church attention given to collections. G. W. McCLURE, of new street. Special Special Normal L. Primary, Departments. -- Attorney at" Law, -- Work for Teachers MSCROGGS. Principal .riM' and Hudson: and Spanish Gunboats and 'Land Batteries. Mt. Vernon, Ky. All business entrusted to my care will' receive prompt attention Office on Second floor of new,brick , on Church street. DR. A. G. LOVELL, Town Lots Livingston House. In the most desirable . m &ey West, Fla'., May 12. The engagement took place yesterday 2 o'clock inside the harbor. The above gunboats entered the harbor to attack the Spanish gunboats that were known to be there; and were not discovered unThe til the Spanish opened fire. when engagement lasted an hour the American boats r had to with- draw with one, the Winslow, being badly disabled with six men killed at Articles of Incorporation. We, A. H. Bastin and Curtis Gover, of Crab Orchard, Ky.; James Maret, of Mt. Vernon, Ky.: E. A. Albright, of Brodhead, Ky ; and I. M. Bruce, of Stanford, Ky.; do hereby associate ourselves together for the purpose of being by each. A. H. Bastin, Crab Orchard, Ky., created a body corporate under the Fifty-Fiv- e (55) shares. Curtis Goname aud style of "The Crab Ky., Ten (10) Orchard, Stanford and Mt. Vernon ver, Crab Orchard, and four wounded. It seems that Telephone shares. James Maret, Mt. Vernpnt1 Co.," for the purpose of the Spanish got the, best of this fight erecting, maintaining and operat- Ky.. Ten (io)shares. 'A. "Sf Ky Fifteen ing a telephone line and its con- Albrieht, Brodhead. As we go to press the re- nections between Stanlord, Crab (15) shaies, I. M. Bruce, Stanj Later port comes that in the battle at Orchard, Brodhead and Mt. Ver- ford, Ky., Ten (10) shares. offi-Cardenas two Spanish gunboats non, Ky., with the privilege of ex- cers. A. H, Bastin, President,, were sunk and others badly dam- tending the same to Woodstock, Crab Orchard, Ky. E. A. Albright, Sec'y and Treasurer, Brodhead, Ky.' aged. Ottenheim, Preachersville, aud Five hundred dollars C$50.) shall be the highest amount of indebted; ness or liability, direct or contin-- j gent, to which the Company at any time shall be subject. $ The following are' the names and addresses of the stock holders, and? the number of shares of stock held J' Physician and Surgeon, MT VERNON, vY Oflicc North Mile Main sireet for Business and Dwelling'- - Attorney MT. R. G.WILLIAMS, VERNON at Law, KY. v 1 I bball . Wil ij Of ...,. nn well theso But when I all ths pain Suidslckn ess from which women suffer Is caused by weakness or Part ofTownliear Where new epot will vV'' Be located. -Calhcffid eetheffl:; T? Win." 'FIELDS i "-f- - & miL e i kv 'USBBBel ' derangement In It is reported that Sampson is bombarding San Juan, Porto Rico, and that the fortification are rapidly crumbling under the fire of the American fleet. Fitzhugh Lee will be Military Governor of Cuba. He has also been commissioned a Major General of volunteers. It is now reported that the fleet that Span-is was coming this way has turned back. Havana and San Juan are to be taken at once. After this is done the Canaries off the coast of Africa will be taken and if Spain's fleet goes to the Philippine Islands via Suez canal, then our Atlantic Squadron will, after the invasion and captute of Cuba and Porto Rico, will bombard the coasts of Spain and probably invade. Dewey still has the harbor of Manilla blockaded. Sampson has Havana blockaded with part of his fleet and with the other part has' gone to take Porto Rico. facliley, in charge of the Flying Squadron is guarding Hampton Roads, but stands ready to assist Sampson at a moment's call United States. Large quantities of ainunition are The business of the Corporation being sent to Cuba lor the Insurgents and for the use of the large shall be conducted by a Board bf body of soldiers that are being .ent three Directors: and until the first thei e by Uncle Sam. We will hear election is held as herein provided. something fall very hard in a few 1 he Directois shall be the undersigned, A. H. Bastin, A. E. Aldays and qualified; and the stockholders of this corporation shall, on the 1st LIVINGSTON. Saturday in January of;, each year Ligc Hcrrin was at Mt. Vernon, thereafter, hold an election for the purpose of electing the three directSunday. ors, which election shall be held at Tom Stewart, of Wildie, was blight audi. m Bruce, and A. H here Monday. Bastin shall be president, and E. A Mrs. Mart Hicks is visiting her Albright shall be Secretary and parents at Wildie this week. Treasurer, who sliall hold their of Mrs. J. S. Cooper spent Sunday fices until their successors d are at Mullins Station, the guest of Mrs qualified. elect-ed.'an- Many old soldiers now feel the effects of the hard service they enr dured during the war. Mr. S. An named. derson of Rossville, York county,The incorporators aud their suc- Penn., who saw the hardest kiud y cessors shall have perpetual suc of sevice at the fort, is now frecession, and shall be capable in its quently trobledwith rheumatics. "I corporate name of contracting and had a severe attack lately," he says being contracted with, of suing and "and procured a bottle ofChamb- being sued, of pleading and being erlaiu's Pain Blam. It did so much impleaded, of defending and being good that I would like charge me defended in all courts of law or for one dozen bottles." Mr. An- 1 a equity; may have a common seal, derson wanted it for his own use and may alter the same at pleasure; and to supply it to his friends aud shall have the power to adopt by- neighbors, as ever family should laws, rules and regulations for the have a bottle of it in their homes, management of the said Coipora- - not only for rheumatism, but lame tion and for the control of its prop- backs sprains, sewellings, cuts, erty and rights; provided the same bruise and burns lor which it is unshall hot be repugnant to the Con equalled. For sale by M. C. & D. stitution and Laws of the State of N. Williams. Mt. Vernon Ky. Kentucky, or to the Laws of the Dripping Spr'ngs and other points in Ky.. with its priucipal place of business a: Crab Orchard, Lincoln county Ky. Said corporation shall be capable in law of acquiring aud holding rights of way for a telephone line, and buying, purchasing and holding all tele phones and their appliauces that may be necessary iu operating and maintaining telephone lines be tween the several points herein Iu testimony whereof the said incorporatois have heieunto subscribed their names, this the 16th day of Apt il, 1898. A. H. Bastin, Curtis Govkr, I' Nearly always when a. woman Is not organs., are .affected. they are strong and woman Is very seldom -- the organs of menstruation. 3, . : '." GREEN FRONT IH iis .s healthy side. a Sjltf? ffO James Maret, I. M. Bruce, A, E. Albright. nm ii8kftuui Drugs, i?ifn KH Is nature's provision for the regulation of the menstrual function. It cures all "female troubles." It Is equally effective for the girl In her teens, the young wife with domestic and maternal cares, and the woman approaching the period known as the "Change of Life." They all hofii It. They are all benefitted by It. M? ELREE'5 ? aaiRB )ooDrug Store. H Medicines, Cheaper, C. C- - Groceries fg TOBACCO AND CIGARS Cheap, H Cheapest DAVIS & CO OFFER 0 For advleo In eases requiring special directions, address, elvln? symptoms, ths Ladles' Advisory Department," Ths Chattanooga Medicine Co., ChatU-nooe- a, Tenn. iS&.j&tSt.a TIIOS. J. COOPER, Tupelo, Mitt., tayn "My slstor suffered from vory Irregular s H m 4' $lfQl UR GRAND and palnlul menstruation and dnetnra could not reuovoher. Wlno of Cardul vmiruir uureu ncr ana siso neipea my mother through the Changs ol Life." at M M .raw)' Vi ytZr To keep our great factory Wz .vJ9r.(S busy, and introduce early our splen- did '98 models wo have concluded to o'JZr t3 If s?j&Q. make a marvelous offer dirsct to the rider. Vrfsl VtuRv For 3o days we will sell samples of our swell '93 bicycles at net cost to manufac ture and will ship, C. O. D. on approval to any address on receipt of the nominal 11 H i A Kllon of FUItE LINSEED OIL mliea aaa3K?izqrasssH& with n cation of I jjummar "swm JM1" Jfelf Ar Jw lwJffl YlFlVJIif pwSfl V&flfflwiv Wv i'l illllVl j&J? Aa Afg cm Tsonsn cWp9Pv IT$s91 xc! sumof$i.oo(ifwestofDcnver.$5). This deposit is merely to show good faith on purchaser'a part; if you don't want to send money in advance, send your express agent's guaranty for charges one. way and we will pay them the other if you don't want the wheel!1 two-piec- I When Your Horse Is Shod By Jgtr&B makes 2 callons of tho VERY 11E3T PAINT In tho WORLD t or 10 or GBiL!$. H'Bheotcrado.cmbodyiDBeTorylate Improvo- -, ment of vuluo. I'l inch imported tubing, flash e cranks, arch crown, largo dotachable sprockets, hondsomost finish and docoratlons, Morcnn Jc Wright, nnlnlr rnnnlpf Imfl. dnrlAfirilnnhlAfnlia titr.1, irnitlnnnnln. f RPRT fl 3'faJi'"lN Joints, iinproTed THO'S TAYLOR ment Special price on eamplo , 29,00. Blacksmith, You. may depend upon it that it has beendone in n scientific manner and the shoes v ill stay on unBQTCASH. til worn out. i fflXn&Ss "iw M&&ra&& LD rc,-'csrt.y- - 'OSSCfo iwm A oplondld machine, cqnnl to any for ecrylco and easy rnnnlnc. Bcttm Inch' eeamlesa tnblnc. two ploco cranks, arch trown, detachable eprocK'T), nnishou anu UcsoruteU, Morgan & Wright, qulclc repair tiros, slnBie or doablo tube, high orndo oqnlpment. Our special sample prico ,', $24.00 tlSj of yoorpalntblll. Is an more Duajnu: ttian Tutt nnd Is Absolutely tot WniTB IlAjniin Parii l nude of tlio IIest or 1'aimt Mt ni nil uood palntcra iifp, nml I TEMAia-r- Hi irround Tsicit, veiit Thioc. , N trnntilo ta mix, any boy can do It. It la tuo Common Sense oi Uovob Taint. No DETTin palut c.i4 bo madont amy cost, and la KLONQTrtE nst mcJlnra ir, BnuIe for ,SC3- - IX iavi tubing, striped nnd decorated, arch 1 bearings, ball rctuiners, best Indiana or Kcw crown, dust-pro-- . Brnnswlck tiros, standard equipment. Special prico on eamplo $I".W WVAAAWW ? i- ir, NOTE. Choice of Color, Style, Height of Frame, dear, etc. Fully Guaranteed. V. F. Tubbs. ' Manufacturers flF. OoM and coarantooj by of Limn and brick. M. Q& U N. WMl'inns. They also furnish Lime, Building ,n Alt. et iiim. Ky. Stone, either quarry face or cut. . .iM Orders promptly filled. ' p u MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY Yon will bo eurprlsod at the nppearanco nnd quality of theso whoels. Doa"t wnit, order now while this offer is open. Prices will bo much MpliorBoon. Yon enn miike UIr Aloney, ojour ABent, enlllna for us. Woglveonr apenta choico of cash, the free use of a sampli wheel, or (lift of a wheel, uccordiugta work dono. '$ Vot to Oiuce, Dlisizs, Peel or Cn:r . P. HAMMAR PAINT CO., St. Loulo, Ko Do You Want Cheap Wheels? haro nnmbcru Yo styles, somoallttlo of 1899 and ehop-wprn, 1807 model wheels bat all now of Tnrlous make and Ai 10 $U.UU i $I0.(U $8.00 to $12.00. . Wheels Slightly Us?d, Modern Types, - Oar baslnosa and raputatlon Hre known throunliout tlio country, noforences nnv .f tlir express companies, or any bank in Chicago. Art Catalogue fret. Socnro agency it The J. L. Mead Cycle Co., Chicago: t wi aJu-- jjjjrhWag.3'wJ . ,uJ-l-- '' w$t J See the Date egt-Yotar IyabelatiTiRe;m:it What U . Q we, - lis, .' iSEKt 1 ' Mt " Vernon Signal. Ky., May Vftnvi, Kjr., mill matttr Pott-cE- c Uli. Vernon, Battrtdttlkt 111. tna-cU- ,13, 18.3 8 tec- - LouuviCEe & Nashville R. R. Co. Reubin Mullins is traveling for A gold medal contest will take Peplace hare Monday night, May 16th A. Wright & Co. shoe dealers," ' tersburg Va. Garlie Davis was awarded the .Miss 'Etna Hayes; a pretty bru- silvermedal in Monday evening's , nette, 'of jiearjJVildie, visited rela contesT. tives nerc 1 nursuay. The Mt. Vernon Lime Co. will The North Jellico Coal Co.. of use oil lor fuel, in place of wood Gravs.rKy.. has our thanks for 'a and coal. special war map of Cuba. The Methodists will meet at the Rev, Frunk Wells, Baptist, of Court house next Stifiday, to organ-- a church. They will meet at 9 a.m Louisville, has been holding servi You are cordially invited to be pres ces here during the week. or three bushels, oi boulders at each other Nobody was- hurt and all are anxious to try it over.; J. II. Reams and Joel Anglin art connected with', the Associated press and keep posted about the war. Polly Townsend died at Sam Fisher's near here Sunday night rather suddenly. Som6 suspecteJ that she .vas poisoned, but it was not confirmed by investigation, Geo. Johnson has his dwelling completed, making it the nicest home in this section of the county. Boon Burnett, our is on the sick lift. - . I , . ; II SBE 1 '."'1 ; mmmm I H7i ',H, JMWJ?&UIUr a FAr i m V in; that theOF rc4Y-A; -- ....V rim As- AYeCclablePrcparationfor L & N LOCAL Da j Mail North... C'Day Mail South . "fight Ex.' North Some men are so stingy that they ent. The Young Men's Baptist Asso11:39 a in will squeeze a dollar till the eagle ciation meets at Buffalo July 2.22 p m gets sick at the stomach. Rate one fare for found trip. 2:12 am H. C. Moore, of Madison Coun C. H. & D. 1:09 am ty, and Miss Lucy Night Ex. South Bartlett, of Through car line via vai Toledo, Defrom Cincinnati Conway were married last week. J. A. Landrum, Agent. 1.' troit and trough Canada and NiagWalter Saunders, the Signal's ara Falls. Wr'te W W. Penn. churches: good friend of Livingston, vas Junction City. & 3r Sunday Christian Holds services with us during last week's' court. at It a. in. and . at 0:30 p. 111. We can show you the latest Highest prices paid for ginseng styles in millinery, and they are DaptUt Church Services on the Second yellowroot, bloodroot and mayap- - cheap in price. We can make you Suuday Saturday night 2t. pleroot by SJ W. Prewitt. the neatest fitting dress, waist, Sunday. Prayer Bchoolat 0am every meeting on Tuesday nights. Rev. J 0 Car- Mrs. Maltie Yeager, of Garrard cr skirt to be had. Have expe . , raital, pastor. has been visiting the family of her rienced milliner and dres.maker Call and see gmid-fatlieM. J. Miller, this from Lexiugtou. us, next door to Joplin Hotel. Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th place. Sunday Mrs. S. C, Franklin & Co. .Mrs. Georgia Coyle, Miss Mattie On yesterday morning, about Williams, Mrs. Dr. Lovell, Sim ' f MASONIC. Lou- daylight, Deputy U. S. Marshal Davis and E. B. Cox Went to Ashland Lodge No. 610 meets 2rd Griffin, Jailer Griffin and Deputy isville Monday. 10 Am. 1th Monday 6.30 Pin. Sheriff Jim Woods captured in the A. H. Bastin was in Bee Lick Townsand settlement, on Round-ston- e OfHERWISE. Tuesday rtiaking'arrangements for LOCAL creek, Jack and Frank Carconnecting that place by telephone penter, Sissy Carpenter tf'nd John to balance of the world. Bugger Boles. They were placed V H. Brown was in from Level Capt. B. N. Roller informs us in jail. They are charged with that that the local division officers moonshiniug. Green. Mulcahy, the Danville tailor was now located at Rowland, will move I have been u sufferer from chr to Livingston on train No. 23 Monhere this week. onic diarrhoea ever since" the war day next. s and have used all kinds of Jatnss Crawford was in town In answer to a telegram from Wednesday. for it. At last I found one Carroll Portman, Crab" Capt. Duncan, remedy that has been a success as a W. H. Mounce was up from Tobn D. Miller and Tyree Gentry cure, and that is Chamberliri'S Colic Orchatd Monday. went to volunteer. Rockcastle has Cholera and Diarrhoea Reniefly. Sparks is visiting sent six to fight Spain. Mrs. W. P. E. Grisham. Gaars Mills, La. ' folks hete. home Arnold, through his attor- Eorsale by M.C. & D. N; W11- J. L. Bruce Richardson was in from neys Williams & W.illiams has lams. Conway Tuesday. gained a $600 suit with damages The annual Convention" of the Miss Katie Spradlin is visiting against the Matson Lumber Co. W. C. T. U., Eighth district, will in court of appeals. Miss Margie McClary. at Lancaster, May 17th to be TIME CARD. similating iheroodandReg dating live Stomachs andBowels of I ffi QIMII PT m .w"-"- SIGNATURE33 14-17t- h. wsamsaammi Pvouiotes Digeslton.Cheeiful-ncssandRest.Contalns track walker, neither Opium.Morphinc mu&O'j'j 'n ssirrrvzZ- x f Next Sunday is communion meeting at Flat Rock church Wallace Laswell. who has been in Jackson county logging, has moved back to his home on Brush creek. Not "Nauc otic. Pu.ilJtiii norlineral. lt 1 &axscfOUrrUVlPJ7Vam jUxJmmt Sad' I IS i WKAPPFR OiS ThLx JrW . JlnistStcd ' OP EYEEY r, W D. Laswell was at Mt. Ver- nou, Monday on business. We have some citizens very anx- . .U ious to join a recruiting company forthe Spanish war. They were too slow to get out with first call. 1 flenAid Sacar IliiXiyrvm Harm BOTHiE OF Anrrreernemcdv forConstiDa tion, SourSlomach.Diarrhdea, Worms .Convulsions,! evensn acss on 1 Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of McNew has a very child. sick Hon-dt- NEW YORK. t Fl y bottlu only. It Oaitoria ) pat op In oss-sot sold In tinlk. Don't alloir r.syono to sail yen anything oho on the plea or promlto thit it is "J nit s eod" and "will answer OTtry pnr- co that yon get poio." 1b g and Children. ' For Yqh Have Always Bought The Kind Bears tho Gigaaturo of TOR Infants EXACT ftH- copy OF WRAPPER, Hit fie tiallo tlgSitUi -. aH a c&L m&- - rtiy tijpjpr. tin medi-ciue- h Services at the Baptist church Saturday night and Sunday C. C. Williams bought of Fritz br6dhead Krueger 200'jbarrels lime 'for ferjt tilizer. Mrs; Owensof Pine Hill, is visJudge R. G., Williams is in Frankjtingjhe daughter, Mrs, Thomas fort arguing with Equalization x C&fffia3h EVKRYBODY LOOK. I T7mtirinn - Board for a reduction on Rock- Mrs! Turpin is with her daugb-ter?,"Mr- s. castle's raise of 9 per cent. 1 held After the present scrimmage, events will be dated from "since the war,-then confusion sets in as it Mrs. Rosalind Nesbitt wis visit- will, interfere with the lime houor-e- d - , ing Pittsburg last week. date of the war of the 60s. The corkscrew is often mightier I The brush that the Town Board than either pen or sword. ordered removed from the ditch on Hany Blazer one of our business West Main is still there. It looks -- men called on us Monday. like a Spanish breastworks. Yes, You can easily fill the public eye)que an ornament to that end of town. if you have sufficient dust. This office has inquiries from a Frank Blazer, Conway was marMiss Carrie Lair was her shopping Thursday last. " " I mau who wishes to buy a small farm not far from town. Persons Mrs. Maggie Thompson, of Lou- having farms or real estate for sale isville, is visiting relatives here. are invited to consult the editor of tf., Henry Mobley, of Conway has thib paper. volunteered, up to this time. not G, W. Jones of Couwajr, was Fibh.Wildie, W. .D. here Tuesday and reports the arriA. T. attended court. val of a girl at J. S. Arnold's and a Goochland, tt boy at W. R. Jones' named "Tony'' Brooks was on MonFitzhugh Lee; day's train returning to Hazel-Patcof Mr. Jones. The closing exercises of Colegi,-at- e Walnut Flat will be connected Institute will begin Tuesday with Crab Orchard telephone exnight. May 24th with speaking etc. change. Wednesday night a drama will be Mt. Vernon Lime Co, jvants 10 rendered. Commencement exer more hands to work at , ballast cises will be held on'Thursday bequarry. gining at 10 a. m. S. H. Martiu is erecting another Miss Lizzie Herrin came up dwellding at Maretburg. ' He(isan Tuesday from Stanford with Drs. extensive builder. Carpenter and Brown. The docf torscame with the expectation of Miss Lena McClure held-th- e lucky No. 501, which drew the $50 assisting Dr. Lovell in performing an operation upon Samuel Fields, range at U. G. Bakers. matter was defercd as the Our accommodating' assistant but the patient had a change or the better. post master who has been sick for Some thief made a big haul here some time is feeling belter. Sunday night. H. C. Gentry was The editor .swears to the circulapah of harness, tion of his paper, and the advertis- robbed of ons check lines. J. L. Jop-libridles and ers dj the rest of the swearing. . a saddle, Hugh Miller check Ed Albright has a force of men lines. Ady Baker a saddle. James distributing telephone poles be- White some bridles. The party tween here and Crab Orchard. rlir, rfirl the work left town over ' Of the twenty-fou- r jurymen Crab Orchard road. summoned for last weeks special A few1 days Jnce agang of birds term twenty-on- e were republicans. about the size of English sparrows Malaria is a malady the doctor with dark brown breasts white top says 011 have got when he does kuot greenish black wings and n't know what is the matter with pretty plumage, visited the farm of N. M. Shumate. They were peryou fectly gentle, allowing the children Judge Morrow held a special to pick them up and pl'ay'wiih them four days term ot court beginning COLD IN ONE PAX TO CURE A last Wednesday for trial of civil Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tas "ases. Among the visiting attor- lets. All druggists reiund money .neys were Judge Alcorn. Stanford, if itfails to cure. For. sae by M. C. W. Letter, Williamsburg. C. & D. N. Williams, oct 6 6111 druggists. ried to Miss Owens last week. Mc-Guir- e, Era-me- grand-childre- n h. - - 1. 11 IS ciaimeu Uiiu iuu suuyuuK was Cqntractoks, Attknton'. If, Mullins is here under accidental, MissfX'Izzie Heiin came up from want a man with a saw mill to cut a lirana uom uemorest lueaai the Iitpnuary. for a few days rest. guard 300,000 feet of lumber. I will turn-is- h Contest, both musical and oratorical it logs on yard. Work to be begum Dr. Bentori has been ill for a few will be ' delivered Addresses B Penney and E J Brown as soon as possible. Location, goodDrs. W days but is out again. Wednesday and Thursday nights of Stanlord, are making up a com- will site with plenty water, 7 miles; Mrs.1 Mattie Carter has been by Mrs. Beauc.hainp, ot Lexington, pany to be in readiness for the sec- South of Mt Vernon. Write or call worse for a few days. and Volney B. Cuslnng, th& noted See thcii on me at once. ond call lor volunteers. J. W. Marler. orator from Maine. All interestfence muster-rol- l office. Dr. Clark is putting a nice Mt vernon Ky 25 tf . at Signal ing day program has been pre- around his new building on the R. NOTICE. ' " , pared, rind everybody is invited to R. A leather collar for 60c up to-The public will notice that you attend both day and n.'ght sessions. Messrs. Conard Hiattj Cress and are hereby notified that I will not $2 soatS. W. Davis'. A full delegation from each Union others were here Wednesday with be responsible, nor assume payin the district is earnestly .requested. some stock. ment for an debt or debts conDelegates and visitors should se tracted by my wife, Anna Shumate, Peter Shutts and1 'father were in cure certificates from the railroad nor will I be responsible for any of " for town Wednesday. agent when purchasing tickets her actions or accounts or costs on Lancaster, in order that they MADE BY Miss Bettie Anderson of Paint N. M. Shumate. same. may have advantage of Lick, is still with her uncle T. G. This April nth, 1898. C. rate on return ticket. Frith.. Mrs. May R. Patterson; Dr. Burdett, head quarters' for HIDE MARKET. Dist. FVos't. war news Elkin, Cor. Sec'y. Mrs. Robert Newline'df Millinery next door No. "i green hides per lb 6 to 7c to Albright Drugstore. , " COVE. " ' horse hides, mane and Twenty-eigh- t years xperfence in i- TIT R. S. Martin and wife, and Miss .' tail 75c to $1 25 Purcell have returned from Sallie Horse shoeing a Mrs. Mury Mullins, of Withers " " dry flint hides per lb 10c the business. ' Louisville. Also gene .' black- was the guest of W. P. ChesnuVs to 12c. pecialty. smithing. T Mr. Lucas, retail dealer in Bowfamily Sunday. . " " sheep hides 20c to 40c each Richmond Street, Mt. Vernon, La'tcii'business, Was here Gate " " goat hides 20 to 30c each Sidney Brown has moved to Cor er Ky. Tuesday for'latches. " ' dog hides 20c to 25c each ' bin. " " tallow 1 c to 2c per lb. Messrs Geor Brooks aud John araly- W. P. Proctor, .who jhas ho'is'ted; ,the U. S. flag Call on S. W. Davis, Mt. Vernon, Newlaud . ens 1J irnnrnvinu. FERRELC;-"'i,-Ky. over the wafer-tan- k here. The convention 19th inclusive. will be opened Tuesday night with slioppitgtliii J. W. Tate and Mrs. A. E. Alright. snot ana A side saddle for 3.00 and up J Minims Jim waik-e-r - " "" Mrajjllenry Brown was in town killed his cousin, Walker Mullinp. to$i5.oo at S. W. Davis'. .week. I .selling the S'"ger S S Machine.on tasy terms and keep all kinds offcewing machine needles oil bands, .shuttles, aud ever thing that belongs to a sewing machine. Will send needles.by mall to any I also clean and repair all kinds machines. You can see me here. ol W. M. Owens everv Saturtfav. Mt Vernon Ky ad-res- I am s. . , WAGONS H. "' T- tine-thir- d Gentry, ARENAS GOOD AS BEsrr .'';: ) x TOM ' n Messrs. Harve Dunn and Ora Frith spent a few. days in Danville JK5FFine cigars and tobacco at I had a little boy who was hearly last week tha Green Front drug store. dead from an attack of vvhooping cough. My neighbors recomended No. 1 baled hay for sale at socts. Chambcrlin's Cough Remedy.' I "The only collar pad at S. W. by A. H, Bastin Crab Orchard. did not think that any medicine Davis'. I am prepared to take photowould help him but after giving An interesting article from J F graphs, and will be pleased to have him a few doses of that remedy I your order. noticed an improvement and one Griffin in regard to old bones in Mrs. S. W. Davis. is hisj office will appear next week bottle cured him entirely. It complete Buggy harness for 55-tho best cough medicine I( ever JSSTDr. P. A. Pennington, dentmade wagon breeching for L. Moore, ist, will be here during regulat term Hand bad in the house Burgettstown, Pa. For sale of Circuit court to practice his pro- 25 at S. W. Davis'. South M. C, & D. N. Williams fession. by Hay. No. i Timothy baled hay for 4t. Orders filledpromptly by A If you are a subscriber to the sale. Baston, Crab Orchad. Write ORLANDO. signal you carf" get the Weekly H. WHOOpINO COUSH V. DEALER IN 1 . WHISKIES' Fine at WINES, &o., &c, $2 ROWLAND, KY and up I WANTED 2x2, 30 inches long, all white $12 per M grade or better 2x2, 30 inches long, red, 6 per M long, red, 28 inches 4 per M 28 inches long, white, 6 per M Split Hickory Spokes. 5 .J. i4xii. - Corn plantingjs about over. J. C. Childress was in town Tuesday and reports that his son, W, J. Childres in Hospital College of Mediciue, Louisville, is quite 'well again and getting along nicely. Some small boys had a pitched bailie here Sunday, throwing two Dispatch for 50 cts. for prices. Single Tree Billets. Louisville cts. The best built Commercial, 40 Sac HkrC 38 inches long, whit " Courier Journal, house iu Mt Vernon, with- 5 rooms $16 per x (twice a week) 50 cts. and kitchen aud the best cellar in To be delivered at any station ' Post, Daily, $1.75 the county; on acre lot. for sale between Hazel Patch and Crab On inquire Cincinnati 50 cts. nr wifl trade for a small farm. Call hard. Farm & Trade 25 cts. on J. P. Lkichutbr. Chattanooga, Inspector, L. L. tf. V 22-- tf Brodhead. Ky, - ixi, 2x3j, - Jarrett, ). ', -- -f fciWtf tfcirt"'"1""- .wr V l- p jw-J(ifc- ..f-- V v ."! Bad Eruptions "My son had eruptions and sores on his face which continued to grow wojaa in spite of medicines. The sores discharged a great deal. A friend whose child bad been cured of a similar trouble by Hood's Sarsaparilla advised mo to try it. I began giving the boy this medicine and he was soon getting better. He kept on taking it until he was entirely cured and he has eruptions with never been bothered since." Mns. Eva Dolbciiie, Horton, 111. The AN ENGAGEMENT. NEEDED HIM IN THE HOUSE., The Cool rtetcrt of Wlttr Girl t Her Complacent Fiancee Beta II tm te Thinking;, Santa Clara Water Baltorics and the Boron Broke Out and Discharged Vlcksburg and Cutter Morrill Fight. But Hood's Curod. TVIly HOOCI S pariHa 11: six for B. America's Greatest Medicine. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. best nOOu S Dillc are the digestion, gc pnig, ad after-dinner make the man that explains Bomo rticn's undone condition. If .1 man is mlcd by his feelings he is apt to travel in n zigzag course. Tf riches didn t have wings there would ba few er flyers in the stock market. If a man could only see himself as others see him he wouldn't say a word about it. If a man thinks life isn't worth living ha can very easily find n way to give it up. If the saloons were open on election day it might be possible to poll a full vote. If Eve hadn't been forbidden to eat that apple the chances are it wouldn't have happened. Chicago Evening News. Tf manners Ironical Ifs. A new through Sleeping Car line between St. Louis and Colorado Springs will be estabIsland Short lished over the Wabash-RocLine, May 15th, 1898. The time will be the fastest made with through service between these two points by many hours. A through Sleeper will leave St. Louis on Wabath train No. 3, at 0.20 a. m., arriving at Colorado Springs the next morning at 11.00, with a direct connection for Denver, arriving at 11.30 a. m. This is the fastest regular through service ever established between St. Louis and Colorado. Returning, the Sleeper will leave Colorado Springs at 2.45 p. m., and active at St. Louis the next evening at 0.15. Patrons of this line will avoid the only unpleasant feature heretofore attendant on Colorado travel, inasmuch as the trip through Missouri's fertile fields will now be by daylight, and the unattractive portion qf Kansas will be travel scd during the night, with tho mountain scenery to greet the tourists in the morning. The fast tine of this line will naturally commend the Wabash Route to intending Colorado tourists. Particulars will be gladly furnished on application. C. S. CRANE, O. P. & T. A., St Loul.V k Fnst Time to Colorado. uNRcs Both tbo method and results when Syrup of Figs 13 taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acta gently yot promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is tho constipation. only remedy of its kind over produced, pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most hcalthyand agrocablosubstanccs, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50 cent bottles by all leading druggists. Any rcliablo druggist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP CO. SAH FRANCISCO, CAL IQUISVIIIE. KY. NEW YORK. H.Y. JRHisH. ..Kj h ifflRKI nivi eH HiirWn lB AU.nl PTwBU iHJ. sKBfn I I I I v"r it Till1 Hi K.M.1 iwrli ' ' TftADf.UAIItf. I BAKER'S CHOCOLATE Celebrated for more than a century as a delicious, nutribevtious, and erage. Has our Amona weddings slated for the near clever young lawyer who Spaniards Arranged a Trap for has justthat of a his won for bride a charming girl to Oar Vessels, and The Walked Into whose heart he.had long laid siege. The lawIt Yankee Ingennlty, How. yer is not without a certain amount of eVer, Got Them Oat. opinion regarding himself, and particularly prides himself on being rather a favorite among girls of his acquaintance. Nearly a Kkt West, Fla., May 0. Only poor year ago he first sought the hand of the bride be, but she demurred. marksmanship on tho part of the months tolater lie met with a second A few Spanish gunners saved the Vlcksburg but determined to make one more refusal, effort. and the cuttor Morrill from destruction By this time the young woman had come to off Havana Saturday morning. For regard him with a good deal of esteem. This warmth, and so, over half an hour they were under the feelingorgrew in he once more urged when, a so ngo, week his firo of the guns of the Santa Clara she said the word which made him the suit, han' " water batteries, but both escaped with- piest man in town. wil1 oe mine?" I,e a,ked. 'A,nd.you out material injury, although shrap"Yes." nel shells from eight inch guns extrue- - When shall ploded all about them and both now i"U B!m8 1.00, B00,d t0.b.e wedding take place! "I- -I don't know." show the pitted senrs of tho Spanish !!T.he.r.c l" no u,e in PuttinjC t off." bullets. "No," she answered. "I think not." The wily Spaniards had arranged a The young trap to send a couple of our ships to ously closo atlawyer named a day preposterhand, and after some hesitathe bottom. They baited it as a man tion his charmer agreed. "I knew that you would realize that you A small schooner would bait a trap. wns sent out from Havana harbor would be happier with me than without rae." he suggested, with just a hint of triumph in shortly before daylight Saturday morn- his tone. Perhaps the girl concluded that this was ing t6 draw some of the Americans into tho ambuscade. The ruse worked as good a time as any to take him down a or like a charm. The Vicksburg and tho P'fi Yes.to. for she replied very coolly: I do realize it now. You sec, Morrill in the heat of the chase and in is out of town on business a good deal, so papa that thjlr contempt for Spanish gunnery mamma, unty nnd I are often quite alone. walked into the trap that had been set I have thought it all over and have come to that it for them. Had tho Spnniards possessed the conclusion a man would be ever so much safer to have in the house all the their souls in patience butflvo minutes time." accepted lover gasped in astonishment longer not even the bad gun practice The would havo saved our ships, and Sun- fnr A mAtn.nl. hllf than ta.in. .. Iwl.l. I her on .is day morning two more of our ves- On adored one a eye, forgavehe voted the spot. the way home, that his sels would lie at the bottom within future wife would however, be a dangerous customer two lengths of the wreck of the repartee. Chicago Chronicle. in Maiuc. A CHEERFUL WOMAN. Friday cveuing tho Vloksburg and the Morrill, cruising to tho west of From the Democrat, Brazil, Ind. Every woman cannot be beavtiful, but a Morro Castle, were 2red upon by the cheerful face often supplies the deficiency. bigguns of the Cojimar batteries. Two But no one can be cheerful and bring joy to shots were fired at the Vicksburg and others unless they have perfect health. Forone at the Morrill. Both fell short tunately, science has placed this priceless and both vessels, without returning boon within the reach of every woman as tho fire, steamed out of range. It the following incident proves: Mrs. Amanda Robinson, wife of would have been folly to havo done Robinson, farmer and stockman,William near otherwise. But Saturday morning tho Howesvillc, Clay County, Ind., is thirty-twyears old and had for several yeara been Spaniards had better luck. Tho and despondent. schooner they had sent out before day- in declining health was not only unableFor she to light ran oft to the eastward, hugging three monthsdomestic duties, but too feeble attend to her the shore with the wiud on her star- to be up and about. good she is in board quarter. About three miles cast health and able to attend to her household affairs. She relates her experience as folof the entrance of the harbor she came over on the port tack. A light hnzo lows: was afflicted with female troubles and "I fringed the horizon and she was not was in a delicate state of health. I lost my discovered until three miles off shore, appetite, grew thin and was greatly deivhen the Mayflower made her out and pressed. After taking various remedies without bcingbenefited I was induced by a signalled the Morrill and Vicksburg. friend to trv Dr. Williama' Pink Pills. Capt. Smith, of the Morrill, and ComV "Earlyin I 'I mander Lilly, of the Vicksburg, imme- the summer of i : 1807 0t nn. diately slapped on all steam and startcured five ed in pursuit. boxes of them The schooner instantly put about and beforo and rnn for Morro Castle beforo tho finishing the wind On doing so she would, accord- second ing to the ncll conceived Spanish plot, I began to im- - 5! prove and by lead the two American war ships di- the time I had rectly under tho guns of tho Santa taken the five Clara batteries. These works are a boxes I was go short mile cast of Morro, and aro a able to m v Soon. hnnt ttnA nnntArrtctUii fhft nilll part of the defense of the harbor. ,t.nat tnbincr There are two batteries, one at the daughter Anna, twelve years old, "Our shore, which has been recently wan alio afflicted with decline and debili.Y. to She lost thrown up, of sand and mortar with had no flesh, seemed tcokbe bloodless . boxes ol'tlie ambition. She wide embrasures for eight-inc- h guns pills and they restored her two appetite, aided and the other on the crest of digestion and brought color to her cheeks. the rocky eminence which juts out into She is now in the best of health. I think the water of tho gulf nt the point. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People the best medicine we ever had in our family and The upper battery mounts modern recommend them to all needing a remedy for Krupp guns behind a toning up and rebuilding a shattered sysand six-fostone parapet in front of which tem." , No discovery of modern times has proved are 20 feet of earthwork and a belting such a blessing to women as Dr. Williams' of railroad iron. This battery is conPalo People. They rtitore sidered tho most formidable of Ha- Pink Pills forhealth to exhausted women strength and vana's defenses, except Morro castle. when every effort of the physician proves It is masked and has not been abso- unavailing. These vegetable pills are everyrecognized aa a lutely located by tho American war- where blood and nerves. specific for diseases ships. It is probably due to the fact of the f that tho Spaniards did not desire to A Core. expose the position that the Vicksburg Author I am troubled with fneomnin. I and Morrill aro now afloat. The Mor- lie awake at night hour after hour thinking rill and Vicksburg were 0 miles from tho about mv literary work. His Friend IIow very foolish of you! schooner when thechaso began. They Why don't steamer at her full speed, tho Morrill it? Boston you get up and read portions oi Traveler. leading until within a mile and a half of the Santa Clara batteries. ComA Itonnd of Plenaare. Belle IIow would you like to enjoy a cenmander Smith, of the Vicksburg, was the first to realize the danger Into tury of bliss? Bcttie Oh, I have, you know. Will and which the reckless pursuit had led I enjoyed one last summer, on his tandem. them. He concluded it was time to Yonkers Statesman. haul off and sent a shot across the And He Gela Xf. Q bow of tho schooner. The Spanish Ted What kind of a fellow is it that buys skipper instantly brought his vessel V about, but while she was still rolling trreen eoods? Ned He must be a man who wants money In the trough of the sea with her sails bad. N. Y. Journal. flapping, an eight-inc- h shrapnel shell A fellow is never so anxious to workt'as carao hurling through tho air from the water battery a tnilo and a when he isn't able. Washington Democrat. half away. It passsed over tho Exuberant patriotism is often used as a Morrill between the pilot house and clcak by knavish politicians. Ram's Horn. the smoke stack and exploded less than 50 feet on tho port quarter. THE MARKETS. The small shot rattled against her sides. It was Cincinnati. Muy t. a close call. Two more shots followed 3 00 t3 5 in quick succession, both Shrapnel. LIVB 4 15 C& 4 40 Select butchers CATWES-F- atr One burst close under tho star-boar- d to good light., Q 8 00 3 26 (ft 3 81 quarter, filling tho engine room with liOU Common S PS Cb 0 , Mixed packers tho "smoke of the explosion of the 3 75 o) Llaht shippers SHEEP-Cho- lce 3 3S ft 3 TJ shell and the other, liko tho I,AMH Prrlnir SD0 (tttO first, passed over 4 60 (iS 4 nnd exploded just beyond. The Spanish GUA1X 3 Wheat No, 2 red a so No. red Oi 09 gunners had the range and their time Corn No. Z mixed 31 i 03 Oat' No. 2 fuses were accurately set. Tho crews ft 31 Itye No.2 A 73 of both ships were at their guns. HAY Prime to cholco 1103 (til SO Lieut. Craig, who was In charge of the provisions-mo- ss porit n sim Lard Prime xloam ct & 75 rapid-fir- e bow four-inc- h gun of the BUTTElt-ChoI- co dairy 10 II Morrill, asked for and obtained perPrime to choice crojmerv .. Q 18M APPLKS-P- cr 3 00 a 3 80 mission to return the fire. At tho first POTATOES-P- cr bbl bush 80 W shot the Vicksburg, which was in the CHICAGO. tvake of the Morrill, slightly inshore, PLOUU Winter patents 5 30 ffi 5 51 sheered off and passed to windward GRAIN WheatNo. 2 rod CJ TJ No. 3 Chicago sprint; 108 fa 1 2 under the Morrill's stern. CORN No.2 o To-da- y -- tough on our young Chicago," laughed the man from Saginaw, "and I wouldn't tell it in Bay City. I had some business down in Texas that required a good deal of railroad travel. One day I found myself on the parlor car with no one but the porter and the natural desire for companionship asserted itself. After we had talked for a time, during wliich he hnd the tact to address me as 'cunn-1- ,' he ventured to inquire in an apologetic way where I was from. " 'Saginaw,' I responded. cunnelj whars dat, aht' " !?n.aw 'In Michigan, my hoy.' yes, sah, MichVh. Dat's in De.'O, troit. I had a gen'I from dar las' wintah, sah.' "I simply went into the smoking compartment and communed with myself for the rest of the trip." Detroit Free I'rese. "It's 1 little ThroTTK.Iato the Shade. Dr. Ayer's la tho namo to ttsmomber when buying StiwaparillA Df Ayer's Sarsaparilla has been curing pooplo right along for nearly 50 years. That's why it is acknowledged to bo tho sovereign Sarsaparilla. It is tho original and tho standard. Tho record of tho romedy is without a rival, n record that is written in tho blood of thousands, purified by its healing power. Bad Par and Hnrd AVorlc The bad pay and hard work of trained nurses haa often been made the subject of benevolent remonstrance by eminent medical men and nonprofessional philanthropists. It is well for an invalid, before he cets so bad aa to need a nurse or doctor, to use Hnstet. tcr a Stomach Bitters if ho has chills and fever, constipation, rheumatism, dyspepsia and nervousness. Use it regularly. Repartee. sion for sayim; it had slipped away from us. Chicago Times-Heral- If we were asked to define repartee most oftus would say that it was the brilliant thing we thought of saying when the occa- "I nursed a lady who was BafTertng from blood poisoning and must have contracted tho disease from her; for I had four largo sores, or ulcers, break out on my person. I doctored for a long time, both by external application and with various blood medicines ; bat in spite of all that I could do, the sores would not heal. At last I purchased six bottles Of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, thinking I would give it a thorough triaf. Beforo the six bottles had been taken, the ulcers wero healed, tho skin sound and natural, and my health better than it had been for years. I havo been well ever since. I had rather have one bottle of Dr. J. 0. Ayer's Sarsaparilla than three of any other kind." Mrs. A. F. Tatlob, Englevalo, N. Dak. Get Ayer's Sarsaparilla. MMiiiiiMiiiAiiiia I I Deafness Cannot De Cored by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the car. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies.. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling uuiiu or lmperieci Hearing, aim iviicu 11 is entirely closed deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to ita normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases of of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any ease of Deafness (caused by catarrh that cannot bc4cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for' circulars, free. P. J. Chcnev & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family 1'itls are the best. A ftntnml Effect. "I'm a good deal stuck on those jewels Mrs. Bongpong is wearing tonight." "I don t wonder at it. Everybody saya they are paste." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Allen's Foot-Easa powder for the feet. cures painful, swollen, nervous, sipartine feet and instantly takes the sting out 01 corns and bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery of the age. AIIen'sFoot-Easemake- s tight or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain cure for sweating, callous and hot. tired, ach- log'feet. Trv Bold by all driiprplftta 1 ana snoo stores, zoc xnai pacirage nwti, ddress Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. j YOU WILL REALIZE THAT "THEY LIVE WELL WHO LIVE CLEANLY," IF YOU USE i 1 j a fciai TOmMMMiMiaMMMMiamMiaMMMMmmMMimaMaMMMmMMiiaiaMi!CMMiaMiMiiaMiMiaiia SAPOLIO M kTi fA CCM. UU i I .TJ S I oa nxatua y.n-u.- Ur DR. WUITUAUIJRMIiraATig cunt bT aiUfaakllcallan. TUB CB-( n tat but. tirwl Oa.Swita K1 lM Suapl ml int. U4Ua. Shake Into Your Shoes It i. took out a llvins nlcture tihoxr onpe." said the theatrical manager, "and I had several nueer experiences. "Wo always had trouble getting suitable music, for one tiling. I remember that we struck a certain town where the music was furnished by a seedy, freckle-faceyoung man who officiated on one of those bangety-ban- g pianos. I asked him if he could think of music suitable to each picture as it was displayed. 'Oh, yes certainly he could, 'and do it "I . Appropriateness. OASCAHETS. This I am sure has caused bad health (or the past three Tears. I am still tilting Caacarels, the only eathartio worthy of aottee by sensible people." "A tap worm eighteen feet lone at Ism came on the scene after my taking two my ubu. w. uowus, iaira, suss. TAPE WORMS m box, w-l- h ' The performance opened. He was CANDY day that did not bring at the piano, and he turned to look seated at the for doing good, that first picture. was 'Adam and Eve in the It done before, and never garden of Eden.' Burleigh. "He didn't hesitate an instant. Like a flush he turned and began pounding out: Many People Cannot Drlnlc 'There's Only One Girl in This World for VKAOi muh Riatrrtato coffee at night. It spoils their sleep. You Me.' "Chicago Journal. can drink Qrain-when you please and sleep like a top. For Grain-docs not stimulate; llomeaeckera' Kxcnralons. it nourishes, cheers and feeds. Yet it looks On the first neittnl. Sleksn. Weaken. or Tttte Good. Do and tastes like the best coffee. For nervous and .lune. 1898, and third Tuesdays in May Good, Hirer Palatable. Potent. Qrlpe, 10c. SOe.tCc. the Chicago, Milwaukee & persons, young people and children Qrain-St. Paul Railwav will sell round-triexcur ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Made from pure is the perfect drink. grains. Get a package from your grocer to- sion tickets (good for 21 days) to a great lltrUma ttaw CMaaay, fait tff, MMlrtal. w T.rft. S13 many point in South and North Dakota day. Try it in place of colTee. 15 and 25c. Sold and rnaranlred tr all and oilier western anu southwestern states. liuiooVsKTcbuM Habit. at nracticallv one fare for the round trin. The man who goes fishing and sits in a Take. a trip west and see what an amount of cramped, uninviting position all day and good land can be purchased for very little calls it fun is the chap who never goes to money?" Further information as to rates, church because the pews are uncomfortable. routes, prices of farm lands, etc., may be obChicago Daily News. tained on application to any coupon ticket an m agent or by addressing George II. Hcafford, A man marries a lovely creature in white General Passenger Agent, Chica"- - UL satin, and then lives with a woman who Froflclent. wears Mother Hubbards and dressing sacks. Atchison Globe. "The idea of holding that woman is not amply fitted to enter public life!" she exFits stopped free and permanently cured. claimed. "What is there of more value te EWVWR Httffi Wf A POSTAL 0R No fits after first day's use of Dr. Kline's one in public life than the art of extemUfflWBWiaSEWYWJOVR. 136 PftOB' Great Nerve Restorer. Free $2 trial bottle & poraneous speaking, and when it comes to treatise. Dr. Kline, 033 Arch st., Phila., Pa. speaking extemporaneously " nxrarsMtD owawoue iiatfc ap "My dear," he interrupted, for only the only to soured people night before he had failed to get home until Marriage is a failure who cannot find marrying mates. N. O. late, and the memory of ivhat nappened was MVAKK3TnirWD HnyHATCW.Gowf, still fresh with him, "your point is well ricayune. taken. When it comes to sneaking extemporaneously man is really only a base To Care a Cold la One Dar BICYCLES ""MLim Post. ike Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablet. All earrladOTtrfivm IM7nw I nrsist refund money if it fails to cure. 25 hiiwwmm. atyltr, Hick tirade, aU nni She IVna Surprised. esttlpoicnt. mar SD.7S to SI7.00. Mrs. Huntley It must have been very anThe pulling of a sound tooth tries the 17 tad waacla. lata taodrl.. acoustics of the dental chamber. Chicago noying to have had to appear in court. all make. S3 to. SIS. New- -. What did you do when they asked you to WttMp on approval wua. balamlnnanil. Wrlll give your age? Vk7 Jiy ! for h at I ala ll.t aari art catalnrtK) Mrs. Dustleigh Why, I gave it, of course, Piso'a Cure is a wonderful Cough medi-c'naaZSaaSSaTaWAll BICYCLE FHKE for aaaion to ail..rtla thm. Badforoaa. Bld.raarBtl Mrs. W. Pickert, Van Siclen and 31. "My goodness! And didn't they fine you Vaatad. Learn bow to XaraaBUreleand make monaj. Blake Aves., Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 28, '04. .. m J. TV. KKAD CYCLE CO., CHICAGO. for contempt!" Chicago Evening News. ii Scorchins is apt to singe the popularity of cycling. Chicago News. When a firm, decisive spirit is recognized, it is curious to see how the spare clears i 1 Opportunity may trip a giant. Ram's around a man and leaves him room and freethe world Ii the onlr sure cure InBerwrnleuiforChronleUI dom. John Foster. Horn. Ulcere, Vurl. care, Moaa Ulcer. can Ulcere, Gangrene. Fever Bore, and all all polton. Old Sorae. It nerer falls. Draw, outpermanent. eipente and taOerlnr. Cure Sareisalve for Abeceeeca, I'll.. Hum.. Cute, DAWN OF WOMANHOOD. and all lVeih Wounria. Brnall. imall, Sloi large, too. Hook free. .1. AXI.KN M12DICIM4 CO., El. Paul, Minn. Sold br Jlrnraiata. There never was a its own opportunity never could nave been can be again. W. II. 0 U a ai a impromptu. Wjw llffe1 free taoEiBt mmm arms co. 7000 1 jiJi' Hat ..!. a i a a THSfffuc 4tr-I. TOal THE Bamost Words From Mrs. Pinkham to Motbors Who Havo Daughters, nnd a Lottor From Mrs. Dunmoro, of SomervUlo, 2oss. LIVE STOCK CUTS. We will furnish duplicates of LIVE STOCK CUTS or any OTHER CUT shown In any SPECIMEN BOOK, at or below quoted prices for same. on.l ta ,. 1 YELLOW LABEL on the front of every package, and our trade-mark Key West, Fla., May 9. The Spanish brig Francisca, from Barcelona to Havana, loaded with flour ana wine, has been captured by tho revenue cut ter Hamilton. The brig was towed in to this port Saturday morning. Spanish Ilrlc Taken. OATS-- Nc, 2 l05!C""Ic" LARD Steam NEW YOR1C. FLOUR Winter raunt WHEAT-N-o. 2 red COKN-No.2ml- xcd. 108 b , 5 it & 3lB 85 to CO S 5 mi oo 1 10 OATS-Ml- RYE a a U,V'S n, s 41 rr.ll & xcd 1UIUL-U- W LARD-Wes- tern i)lU 1U SW5 19 "La Belle Chocolatiere" on the back. N0NB OTHER QENUINO. street was totally destroyed by firo Saturday, Tho loss is (100,000, insurance 980,000, Forty peoTwenty-fift- h S Doapl'lnnt Horned. Detroit, Mich., May 0. Tho Detroit Soap Co.' a plant at Dix avenue and An- i'li 8 fO 1 8 1 DALTIMORE. FLOUR Family. ORAIN-Whcnt-- No. Corn Southern Mixed Oats No 2whlto Wheat S 5 75 1 1 JOJift 30' (fo saSi ple were employed in tho factory. ja HOGS 1a RyoNn. 3 western tr. r irst quauiy Nc, other factory will be opcrr.tcd, temporarily and the works rebuilt. The fire originated near the cngluo room. ' j Western 425 INDIANAPOLIS. 2 v en 4 Ml ff 38HJJ 4 3'U 33 mu 4M 1 35 CIRAIN-Wheat-- Corn Oats No. VLOUR QRAIN-Wheat-No. No. 2 mixed 2 Made only by WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd. DORCHESTER, HASS. Hendayk, France, near the Spans) frontier, May 9. Madrid advices say a military dictatorship, headed by Marshal Cam poii is probable aj the last jliaoco to a&Ttho dynasty, Lalt Chance for the Py pasty. mixed LOUISVILLE. 2 a & I) 31 Hi. Winter-paten- t Mixed Oats Mixed PORK Mes Corn 1 red J II f Wi 1 'WM B The advent of womanhood is fraught with dangers which even careful A. N. KCLLOOa NEWSPAPER CO., mothers too often neglect. 335 W. intllt Bt., Cincinnati, o. One of the dangers to a younjr woman Is belated EARN A BICYCLE! menstruation. ' The Illy droops on Its stem and dies GOLD MNO. or fcLt before its beauty is unfolded;" or she may havo en ftjtt.lliitiftwboKMoroiiritodi t7tarfrltD..s. IvtrjbodDrMj tered Into the perfection oi womannooa u4 win 0.7 tia. no money rq.rlla.4-aiiMWrit today with little apparent inconvenience or NrjpartlwUn OUrOMrAIT, B 11 a iai fai ai . JiJi"! fV kf disorder of health. But suddenly tne menses entirely cease. Mother, puberie malady is taking CALFWEsNEBSUJSfif hold of your daughter, and quick Beit la the world. ADDrOTed br Knillati Tako in Ttoyal Society. Preventing cruelty to animals. consumption may follow Circular free. IT. C. RICE, Faraalncton, Ct. stant steps to produce regular WATCH TLA lit M. al a 1 men-struatio- n. toy, W ATC H , air. Lydla E. Tlnkham's Vegetable Com- (I (Mil U Ik. OfkRUSD ii". annum, anDicripuona at OSTIILI. rniiciira m. to assist nature to per- amattoa la l alae f Madara'a ulil a.p.r.1 UlMtnue. pound is certain la form her regular duties, procure it at noooQVNGWDscovcRY! girts once; there aro volumes of testimony from aaafaVraVr V I quick relief and curca worat and lO dnvt' ea.ei. send grateful mothers who have had their treatment for book ofU.t.atlmonlata sossuuuta.lia. Free. Dr. U. ckxu'S daughters' health restored by ita uso. 7 ns, Timber, Mineral, If personal advice is desired, writo f UUUl UUU CI..? laaait S..lk CO., .., aurtmaa! SuktUla, Tan, quickly to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. nil C1T1LOGCS. IMLCJUWrORD It will bo given you without charge, and it will bo tho advlco of abundant experi READERS OF THIS PAPER ence and success. DKS1RINQ TO BUY ANYTHING the following from Mrs. Charles Bead ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS SHOULD 1N818T UPON I1AV1NO Duhmore, 103 Fremont St, Winter Hill, not a CRES-n- GIVEN AWAY VTtlt.Hada AMFPintll to Somervllle, Mass.: 75 CM 00 a ,.,,.(,, ,, ,,i,h saw IjAHrSsteam, i.'&ift'.' ' . V did not seem to help me. I could not seem to find any relief until I took Lydla E. PInkham's pain, Vegetable Compound. I had Inflammation of the womb, a bearing-dowCURIS Wrltnt Ml tLSfc FAILS. Ml and tho whites very badly. Tho pain was so intense that I could not sleep at I Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. TJso night. I took Lydla E. PInkham's Vegetable Compound for a few months, m time. Hold by drugglata. aJ and am pow all rjght. Before that I took morphine pills for my pains; that was IeKIlllCTafcJTl?MBl momentary and the effect vile. I am a great mistake, for tho relief was only A. N. K.- -B so thankful o be relieved of my sufferings, for the pains I had were something 1708 terrible." WHEN WRITING VO ABVEKTISKB8 yew w the Advertise pleas state that west is this paper. IjaiiE.Mi.aimYcjetiWcCoEjJiIltWoHiii'sRmcNrWomii'jIUl, n " I was in pain day and night; my doctor WHAT THEY ASK FOR, REFUSING ALL SUBSTITUTES OK IMITATIONS. I i ., K- - LI s .- 'J - K