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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1898 mou1898052001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. $&,:j . BiUsKWr ft' John Perrybingle, a carrier, Thumus Stewart. Mr. Tackleton, a toy maker, Wm. McClary. Caleb Plumber, his man, Lee Porter. Old Gentleman Joshua Boreing, ' Wade Leece. Porter Dot, (wife of John) Miss Carrie Butner. Bertha (Caleb's blind daughter) Miss Sallie Adams Mrs Fielding .' ,.Miss Fannie McFerrou. May Fielding ; Miss Mattie McFerrou Tillie Slowboy Miss Fannie Sparks wrttoopiriG p. In n 1 . 1 M m Decoration of Graves. Mrs Mary Hays, ,ne,ar Wildie", L Song. f ,' Crab Orchard Saturday visiting the hisited relatives here yesterday. ,, and march to Christian Music, family of A. C Stapp. dr 'J W Grant, the Lancaster Church. May ju, 1898 Veknon", Ky.,v R. S. Martin,, Brodhcnd's tobac-- I dentist will be here at circuit court. - Address by Rev Pike.' co man, is cluing a good business in Our foreman is now eating ripe Song. UatCtcJtittlic Mt. VcriK.i, Kv., di ico his Junction City factory. mnll matter r strawberries of his own cultivating March to Christian Cemetery and ' s t The telephone liny will reach A. Gilpin and grandsoii, Ohver J. Decoration of Graves. Brodhead this week. It will not Potts, called to see us on Monday Music. reach Mt. Verr.on ttutil about the last. .March to Methodist Church. 27th. The M'DVsof this county will AtJtlress, R. S. Martin, J. T. Cherry J. F, Watson says he is rushed meet at the "Miller House, Wednes. and others. Kvith orders for Bower's gate latch. Song "God Be With You" loui(villc& Nashville n R.Co. day, 27th, to organize a County in fact, he finds it impossible to fill Benediction by G. E. Painter. Medical Society. Com. f G ravilje Owens, & N. LOCA.L TIME CARD. all orders. Bijiy 'Fields,. of the'ightGa-b- Arrangements W. C. Cable, - Mr. Squires who is arching Day Mail North 11:39 a Livingston was here Tuesday (A; E Albright. "'Day Mail South . 2.22 p m Cumberland Gap tunnel' was here making deeds to lots he had sold PS: All are requested to bring Night Ex. North 1:34am Tuesday contracting with White in that place plenty xf flowers and Roses. 1:48 am & Co., for .stone. Night Ex. South The 8lh congressional 'Distric J". A. Landrum, Agent. The gold medal was awarded Committee will meet at Lawrence-burg- , ? Miss Fannie McClure in the conon Wednesday, June 1st, to f test held by Mrs, Rosalind Nesbitt, determine the time, manner and CHURCHES, ttiritllau Holds services 1st & 3r Sunday Monday evening. place of selecting a deuoctat 'Por Infants and Children. tit 11 r. in. and ntC:30i. in. for congress. L. M. Houk. trustee of the jury The Kind You Have Always Bought fund, says the money for the specMesdames Rosalind Nesbitt G. Bears tho baptist Church Services on the Second ial May term jurors is ready for Suuday smrl W. T. Smith', left night nnd Suudny. Bnturdny W Omit Signature of School at 9 a ru every Sunday. Prayer payment. for Lancaster Tuesday to attend meeting on Tuesday nights. Ilev. J C Miss Jessie McNeil was here from district meeting of W. C. T. U. ac iiastor. Pittsburg Mom'ay visting the family companied by the following gold L. W. Bethurum returned from of James Landrtim. She left Tues- medalists: Misses Mamie Jones An- Covington Wednesday night, where rrcshyterian Holds services on the 1th nie Thompson, Ida Tyre, and Fan- he has been attending U. S. Court. day for Maysville, Sunday He informs us that Falk Ross was nie McCltue Judge Williams induced the convicted; and Harry Jones was MASONIC. Board of Equalization at Frankfort release ORLANDO. Ashland I.odgo No. CIO meets 2id Monto reduce the nine per cent raise on day 10 Am. 4th Monday 6..10 I'm. rfgli Rockcastle to six per cent. W. C. Hundley and wife are in Among the late ordinances was OTHERWISE. LOCAL town. one to make it finable to hitch a and John Helton horses on Main street. The town week. levy has been placed at fifty cents. was in frci ISerea first of the Circuit Court begins next week. During Court go to the baseF. Kruger was in Louisville this Geo Johnson and wife viste'd Wit. iUernon Collegiate-Ins- ti week. ment of the brick hotel opposite tute, friends at Disputanta, Sunday. W B. McMullin, of Quail, was the court house and get soup, Master Willie Dooley is here lunch, etc. 2t in Tuesday. from Dsputauta visiting. MVA fVT. 24, 25th, and 26th. Prof McMillan, of Richmond, Miss Ella Joplin is visiting her Co is now shiping Our quarrying will preach the bacalaureate sersister at Logana. ' stone. mon of the Collegiate Institute, at The,CTbsing exercises of the Mt Mrs L W Bethurum is visiting Heavy rain and hail Sunday eve-in- Vernonlipllegiate Institute will Presbyterian church 1 1 a. 111. Sunin Middlcsbcro. day. take plane, next week Tuesday Vben you conic to Circuit Court night "arjf entertainment by the There was trouble at Pine Hill don't forget to settle for the Signal. BRODHEAD sJaLdteWednesday Saturday between John Pitman and Miss Mae Miller has returned Bob night, in plce of the usual junior Owens. It is understood shots from a three months visit to Austin were exchanged. The matter is exhibition there will be rendered a Mr?. Mattie Carter is improving play "TheXricket on the Hearth" Texas. being investigated. some. On Thursday morning at 10 o'clock Sis and Frank Carpenter were Mrs. John Crawford, near BrodBower Gate Co. will receive a the graduating exerciees will take fiued $20 each on charge of liquor n head; and sister, Miss Mary large consignment of Latches this place. Fpur graduates will take selling. and cousin, Miss Anna week. part in the "exercises with original Napoleon Whitaker aud Will Brannaman, of near Wildie, were productions. Judge Morrow will as here shopping Satttrnay Henry Tharp is in the mountains Decker have sent in last. make an address. Judge R G Wiltelegraphing. volunteers. liams and others are also expected There is no scarciity of woi k in n Isaac Herri 11 passed through to make addresses. Green Parker was out from All the eveRockastle. The many quarries, lime for some good sheep ning exercise's will begin promptly Junction to attend the burial kilns, saw mills, farming and at 7 o'clock! of his mother. other industries employ great num- and cattle. Mrs. Allen Hyatt was in town PROGRAM: Dr G B Lawrence, of this place bers of men aud no need say they Wednesday for some hats. appointed regimental sur- can find no work. has been Primary Dei'Artnent. geon in 2nd regimeut. J. B. Farris is said to be very Invocation. A $40,000 building.that is beiug If you want to buy a farm aud erected on the corner of Vine and sick. or other property, or have them for Sixth streets, Cincinnati, will be Mrs Ammerman aud children of McKenzie Brown sale, consult this office. trimmed with Rockcastle stone Cynthiauna Kyjare visiting her sis- Declamation Recitation Lela May Lovell ter Mrs Dr. Benton. John Bugger Bowles was held from the Langtord quarries. TJie Temperance Lesson (Dialogue) over by Commissioner White on Married: Mr. Tilinan Houk of White & Co., have seemed large McKenzie Brown , charge of moonshining. contracts with the L. & N. and Maretsburg and Miss Ella Roberts Cecil Williams The wife of James Cox, Pine others for furnishing building stone of Gum Sulphur. Many good wishJohn Baker Charley McKenzie. Hill, and Mrs. Betty Parker, of from their quarry a mile wesc of es from Brodhead friends. this place. They have lately added Dr Benton went to Mt Vernon Declamation this place, dcd Saturday. John Baker Mother Goose's Party A Pennington wishes a new fixtures in the way of horse Tuesday Mrs. powers, etc. Eva King Everybody come to Brodhead's icw bcardets during Court. The Mattie Pennington ot town plenty room prettiest part farm, in a Decoration Day exercises For Sale. Hamie Este acres 100 D. Turnei, of Madisou couuty is J. F. Murphy and W. R. Scott good neighborhood; Richard Williams Well watered. Reason here receiving hogs at 3 cents. were out from Dauville. Suuday cleared. Abe Pennington looking over their lime kiln works. ably good buildings. Price Mow Miss Lillie Urton is visiting her Walter Miller down. Apply to 'A. H. Evans. relatives in Garrard Co. Beulah Smith. W. J. Rentier was in from RaspC. A. Fish, of Paint Lick, was berry, Tuesday. Mr. Rcnnei has visiting A. Hugh & Virgil Martin left here "John Brown had a Little Injun" J. Fish of this place. first taken the SignAI, sitice its by Boys' Brigade. Wednesday for Junction City. Dr. G. B. Lawrence, E. T. Fish, issue. Richard Williams Cress bought of T. S. Frith Declamation John Company, Joluv D. Midler, Harris White and 22 hogs at 3 cents. Operetta "Grandma's Birthday" The Rockcastle Lime opened George Pennington of this place, by the School A R. Scott, Manager, have The S. S opened at Methodist in the Hugh Miller store passed the examination and were church Sunday eve with a very ' 'The Captive Princess" (a play) up a store mustered into service with Capt. Fanny Sparks Princess house. large attendance. Duncan's company of the Second McKenzie Brown Prince and Dsnt forget your vegetables Captors ..,;.. .w John Baker you are Regiment at Lexington. Carroll other farm product which ill the Cynthiana DECORATION SERVICES AT Cecil Williams at Porttnan enlisted requested to raise for exhibtion Miller aud White Company. Charlie McKenzie Brodhead, May 30. Brodhead fair. have been assigned to duty in the Walter Miller' The Sunday Schools of Brodhead Detiham, regimental brass band. James I. White, Sam and citizens of the neighborhood others, Dr. J. H. Lawrence aud KfePPeiinington, A. H. Bastin, one of Crab have decided to hold services on i ages. Sunday to bid J Rfcii?rii Williams-were In Lexington Orchard's energetic business men that day. Services to begin to the soldier boys. good-byJapanese Drill. is a hustler from away back. He promptly at 130 p. 111. at the Bappeople from is running the biggest store in the tist church with the following proThe party of young Livingston, this place who visited place, a livery stable, a hotel, a gram: PROGRAM: Wednesday, P. M are enthusiastic in coal yard.hay and grain business; Singing. Sunday last Invocation treatment owns a telephone line to Stanford, Scripture Reading and Prayer by their praises of the kind Miss Mae Mliler worthy By Rev. A. J. Pike. Solo extended by Livingston's which is being extended to BrodSong. Miss Mamie Jones Recitation head, Mt. Vernon, Bee Lick and people. Opening Address by Prof. Watson. " Lee Portei Mullins was held other points. Mr. B. gives employim Walker Song. " Miss Sallie Adams of ment to a good number of people. in the sum of $500 for killing Retire to Baptist Cemetery and " ,.. Tonnnie Stewart crooked Creek He is one of the cleverest and most Walker Mullins on Decorate Graves. Miss Mae Miller Solo apaccommodating men you can meet last week. He gave bond. It Music by Band Intermission pears from the testimony that the in a month's travel and we are glad March to Frith Cemetery. "CRICKET ON THE HEARTH. shootjng was unintentipnaK Wins to see such a .man make a success Address by C. A. Chandler. in liis business undertakings. Cast of Characters. key.. Song. Mt Vernon Signal. , Dr. Stapp and wife were up from coujh in -- 'It. Iit-oOi- ! -- v " t I had a little boy who was nearly dead from art attack of whooping cough. My neighbors rccotuended Chainberlin's Cough Remedy. I did not think that' any medicine would help him but after giving him a few doses of that remedy I noticed an improvement an d one bottle cured him entirely. It is tha best cough medicine 1 ever had in thcK house J. L. - Mjoore, South B'urgettstown, Pa. For sale by M. C, & D. N. Williams is the leaflet W X FISH AND FISHING. title of a very interesting just issued by the Chicago, This office has inquiries from a man who wishes to buy a small farm not far from town. Persons having farms or real estate for sale are invited to consult the editor of this paper. tf. ot 1 2Uf3sfe Milwaukee and'St Paul R'y descriptive of the fishing resorts along its lines. It will be found of interest to the professional anglers as well as to the amateur. A oopy will be sent to any address on receipt of a two-cestamp for postage. Geo. PI. Heafford, Gen'l Pass 1 t Agent, Chicago, 111. nt .,Asd-dres- s Car-mle- Highest prices paid for ginseng A leather collar for 60c up to yellowroot, bloodroot and. niayap-plero$2 soatS. W. Davis'. by SJ W. Prewitt. 2t. The only collar pad at S. W. Davis'. P. A. Pennington, dent ist, will be here during regulai term of Circuit court to practice his pro fession. 4t. " Dr. 0 Commencement Noah-Maso- n JT 4 :- - Exercises a subscriber to the you can get the Weekly signal Louisville Dispatch for 50 cts. ' Commercial, 40 cts. " Courier"Journal, (twice a week) 50 cts. ' Post, Daily, $1.75 Cincinnati Inquire 50 cts. Chattanooga, Farm & Trade 25 cts. tf. If you are EVERYBODY LOOK.-- ' " I am selling the singer Sewing Machine on easy terms and keep all kinds of be wing machine needles oil bands, shuttles, aud everything that belongs to a sewing machine. Will send needlesjby mall to any s. I also clean and repair all kinds ol machines. You can see me here ever Saturday. W. MOwena Mt Vernon Ky. ad-res- I have been a sufferer from chr onic diarrhoea ever since the war and have used all kinds of medicines for it. At last I found one remedy that has been a success as a cure, and that is Chamberlin's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. P. E. Grishani. Gaars Mills, La. Eorsale by M.C. & D. N, Wil g. BSTFine cigars and tobacco at liams. tha Green Front. drug store. No. tfbaled hay for sale at 50C1S. by A. Bastin Crab Orchard. 1--1 Li Professional Cards. S., M. D. :,48' - :PjaHwr-ivf&rtKrerit- I am prepared to take photo- P. A. Pennington, 1). D. Bran-nama- their-name- s graphs, and will be pleased to have DENTST, your order. N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts., Mrs. S. W. Davis. LOUISVILLE. KY. Buggy haruess for $5.50 complete Hand made wagon breeching for 25 at S. W. Davis. Timothy baled hay for sale. Orders filledprotnptly by A H. Baston, Crab Orchad. Write for prices. t f 1 Leb-auo- ng Hay. No. S. N. SURVEYOR Davis - Mt. Vernon, Ky best Also, an Agent for the Tailors in the world. house in Mt Vernon, with 125-arcr- e built 5 rooms DRS. G. B. & J. H. LAWRENCE and kitchen aud the best cellar in the county; on Jacre lot. for sale and or will trade fpr a small farm. Call on J. P. Leiciiutek. at residence (Rice 22-- tf property) opposite the Southeast corner of Court yard. NOTICE. KY. MT. VERNON, f will notice that you The public are hereby notified that I will not C. C. WILLIAMS, be responsible, nor assume payment for an debt or debts con- Attorney-atLatracted by my wife, Anna Shumate, t. Ucrnon,,Ky. nor will I be responsible for any of DQuOffice on 2nd floor of new her actions or accounts or costs on brick on 'Church street. Special N. M. Shumate. same. attention given to collections. This April nth, 180S. See Here. The best PHYSICIANS SURGEONS. &&-Office w, HIDE MARKET. G. W. ArcCLURE, AttOrney-at- - La w, - Mt. VERNqN, Ky. No. 1 green hides per lb 6 to 7c All business entrusted to my care " horse hides, mane and will receive prompt attention. tail 75c to $1 25 Office on Second floor of new brick " " dry flint hides per lb 10c on Church street. ' to 12c. " " sheep hides 20c to 40c each " " goat hides 20 to 30c each " ' dog hides 20c to 25c each " " tallow .c to 2c per lb. Call on S. W. Davis. Mt. Vernon, 1 pil. A. G. LOVELL, Physician and Surgeon, MT VERNON, rY Ollica Ninth iue Main mreet . Ky. t e 1 .. A side saddle for $3.00 and up to $15.00 at S. W. Davis". Attorney R. G.WILLIAMS, aL-L- aw, KY. MT. VERNON. I Contractors, Attention. want a man with a saw mill to cut 300,000 feet of lumber. I will furnish logs on yaid. Work to be begun as soon as possible. Location, good Manufacturers mill site with plenty water, 7 miles of Mlui; and brick. South of Mt Vernon. Write or call They also furnish Lime, Building on me at once. J. W. Marler. Stone; either quarry face or cut. Mt vernon Ky 25 tf MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY 01 TF l fl V t'l !lf .v mm : y -- ITIIV VS. 1111 MT. YERNON, ROQKCASTl, 1 . It; c 1 ! ill KY., FRIDAY, MAY 4 ' VOLUME XII. A dBNT Y, 21898. NUMBER 36. . ' t--- FIERCE COMBAT. tt Still SPANISH Iinl-t- n FLEET. Fi ENSIGN gjmpilotl A BAGLEY, NEWS' CURTAILED. ivy Depnrtmont I'laces a MarblchcacJ, Nashville and Windom En In IKHlglntf Adm. gago Forts and Ships at Cicnfuegos. nml Ills Men.oMVur ho FIAiilg!l Vessel l)rlon i'roin Wlllcmstadi Noble Tribute I.ili! to the Mi nor o Officer Hilled III tlio WhcYIV, ventarnp on I' m ? AJInntlfiil of Men ITouht Agnlnit fearful Odd unci AVero Victorious Cublo 1VM "Cut Tlio Wlinlom Arrlvra nt Key West With Killed nml Wounded. L f te -. $ Key Wkst, Kin., May Off tlio const of CionfucRos tlio cruisers Mar blchcad, Nashville and Windom fought a dcsperalo'battlo against fearful oddn .Wcdncsdny. They were victorious und ?noy..tho boullicrnuban seaport 1b "writhing In ruin and iho dead and 'y- luff fill Its streets. It vns determined 6ome time ugoto cut (KtrtJpanlsl- cablc out of Cienfuc-gos and thus picvcn movements ol American ships on that side being tnado known to Madrid Tlio task was assigned to tho three cruisers. They , drew in closo to shore. They made out a new fortification titj mo cmrunco to ucntucgos bay, ana tho Windom, under Capt. McGuirc, qhanced Its batteries. At 1,000 ynrJs' ' the fort opened fire. Tho Windom rq- .pHcd with her big forward rifle, and """nn a few minutes left the fortiflcalion n mass of ruins." The Nashville and Marblchcad the meantime had sailed in close and made every effort to draw fire from what masked batteries tho Spanish might "have. Ono battery was visible at the apex of tho bay, and into this shot and bhcll were poured. Under cover of the c'annonado tho Nashville and Mnrbjchcad launched boats nnd their crews pulled into where t)io cable took off. Uy "dint of rare courage they cut the cable and btartcd back. Half way "across tho bay, masked bnttcrjes on either side of the harbor opened a merciless fusil lade, firing shrapnel at tho two boat londs. The boatH were riddled and their occupauts wcro soon struggling in the water. Tho treachery was quickly atoned for. From tho guns of the Kabhvillo "and Marblchcad belched forth a rain of shot and shell. Every lO.-- . Earthworks, guns and Spaniards wcro seen, flying in tho air as each bhcll bur&. In tho meantime Capt. McGnlre lowered his boats and reb" elled tho wounded. The bodies of thcfour ddfa were also recovered. "'They wore placed aboard.tho Windom. "Wqovengcd them," feaid Capjj McGuirc? The Windom arrived hero Saturday morning with the wounded, all of whom aro doing nicely. Capt. of the Nashville, as struck en the head by a solid shot, but the glanced nnd only inflicted slight injury. Lieut. Winslow lost threo Angers of his left hand. Tho following gunners wcro wounded: Itobcrt lioltz, John Davis, John Doran, Ernest Suntzcnich, Herman W. Kochmaistcr and I. Hcndrickson. Two of the killed wcro seamen on the Marblchcad. Private Egan, of the Nashville, was ono of tho slain. The other names are not known. is shot ilcndrlcksou through the liver, nnd Dr. J. C. Travis, of tho Windom, says he can not live. Nor can Doll, who has threo bullets through his chest and one through his head. Hcndrickson suffers greaUy, but ho repeats: "I would do It again "if I had to." The other wounded are doing well. The Nashville and Marblchoad will take Cicnfuegos, If it has not already been accomplished. Tho Spaniards used powerful guns of small caliber and smokeless powder. Their masked batteries arc hard to locate. The cutting of the cablo at Cicnfuegos is considered by the naval experts the greatest accomplishment outsido of Manila, as it renders Blanco impotent. Ho is virtually shut out from tho world now, and can only wire Madrid from Santiago do Cuba, over tho English cable. This Gomez has planned to prevent Tho Mangrove tried to cut this cable threo weeks ago, but failed. Washington, May 10. The following telegram camo to tho navy department Saturday afternoon from Commodoro lleiney, at Key West: Key West, Via., May 10. Secretary Navj-- : Tho'Windom arrived Saturday morning with the following men dead and wounded: Patrick Regan, private marine, dead; Herman W. Kuchnois-tcr- , private marine, shot through tho jaw, probably fatal; Harry Henrickson, teaman, shot through tho liver, proba-- , bly fatal; Ernest Suntcnich, first class, fracture of right leg; John J. Doran, boatswain's mate second class, gunshot wound in right buttock; John Davis, gunner's irnto third class, wounded it) right leg; Win. Levery, npprentico Ilrst class, woundleft leg, very slight; Robert Volz, seaman on Nashville, bovercly wounded; Lieut. Cameron, Winslow, blight, wound in hands. Casualties occurred in cutting tho cable nt Cicnfuegos. Commander report, summary: Lieut. Winslow placed In command of steam and bailing launches of Nashville; Lieut Anderson second in command. Roats wcro to drag for and cut cables under tho protection of the guns of Marble-heannd Nashville. Succeeded In cut ting cables leading south and west but not third cable inshore, under tha firo of Infantry on shore with Maxim guns. Lighthouse destroyed when enemy took shelter there. Tho officers and men performed their work with tho utmost coolness and intrepidity under trying circumstances. Mc.Calla's report mailed. ihot wcntlruc. ' " May-nar- d, mib-sil- o Mc-Cnll- d Sljrncd Rbmky. WAefil&o'i-offAn order May 17. jbsfed Monday morning nnd signed State j. arid North Carbllnn- ttjf Secretary Long relative to the pub- paid noble tribute tb tho meiitc yca'tloli of news emanating from tho the gallant cfislghi Worth Ragle navy department nan tnc ciicct .aion- first officer killed in tlid nnt difjr of considerably curtailing the Spain. Nothing to approach Mon upply Of uiiormation that Jicretoiorc funeral pagcAit was ever Bcen'h has been rather ffCely given out. Tho nC The body arrived cretary's order was directed to Capt. was met by nn'cscort of tnc i'lrsy laws. rpwinsliicld, chief of the navigation Adm. Sampson's fleet Is this side ol ment of volunteer's add ialieli I bureau, nnd he in turn gave it effect Haytl, but it is uncertain whether it homo of Ensign Ragley!s wltW Lis making an order in his own name has gone boutji'through tho Windward mother where a detail of troops J! itTiat.tlW person connected with his nc tovo qpn, pasnage or is keeping on straight to constant Ruaru. "bureau in any" capacity should have ol people for 'tho dean Wavshowt Havana. ,d"ny conversation whatever upon sub- Schley's squadron l& the strcliin Of callers nnd the jw Commodore . I cots in any way- - pertaining to tne bound for Key Wcstand ought to reach ui r iiurui ili... inuuusi rt.. iu ucix iiiu of the Havy with representatives there Tuesdayi so he will be ready td from near.and far and It Watt'slfll rcss. As an offset it was ordered that, meat the Spaniards If they come to that cant that lncst of them Were fatl,yvl ' . .1 1,1. . Ifllctlns Of Btich facts as have actual point t ly T..iiiriil nml (iffi nffinoi for nubli- On the casket were tho dead of Adm. Dew ey is holding the fort nt fcatlotli Add nrc not connected with.px- wuanua, out io,uuu troops win oc ssne chapcau and sword. AmonjfHhe Isting or piiojcfltcamovcmcnts, shnu be offerincrs which literally banke 'him at onoe and the same number is to nrenarcd and nosfod on tho bulletin follow later, as sooll a9 transports can, casket nnd filled all available splisj aboard. y'Thesum total of the Informa 'tile room were palms scni by ttl made ready. tion published by the bulletin board Urcckinridcc, in mcmoW"of lilfll j. no uaiuc si)ip urcgon, iapi. lannc, Moliday under this rule was a notice and tho now Rrnzilian cruiser Nicthe-ro- the late Cubell Rrcckini idge, tyc , i of the intention to start the rhiiippinc andgunboat Marietta, if they aro Ragley's classmate. relief expeditidrt nnd of tlje permission After appropriate funeral servl pursuing their way to Key West, may given to some foreign ncu'tral vessels get into tho path of the Spanish ships, tho rcmalns"wcre interred in Oakla to pass the blockade at Havana. In if the latter rcmaiu in the Caribbean cemetery. rC.planntlon of the Jssuc ofthis order sen. Should a meeting occur tho I vthc MUSTERED IN. naval authorities say that some of " American ships, though outnumbered, ;tho lending American newspapers can bo depended upon to glvo a good Klffhty-On- o "Thousand Volnntccrs Are lioyc been so far lacking in patriotism account of themselves. AppreciatRead for Active Service Troojii le as to print plans of campaign and ing tho fact that too great publicity projected movements of naval ships, has been given to ourplnnspf warfare, ' yvjth the result that tho war board has L news of the army nnd navy will not been obliged to completely revise its WASiiisoTox, way bo disseminated so freely hereafter by s up toi plnns In the knowledge that the ofllclals of the govcrrimcr)t Effective ceived by Adjt Gen. Corbln had promptly taken notice of the on this point have been issued o'clock Monday night indicate that! orders publications and wcrj prepared to by Secretary Dong, and the movements 000 volunteers have been mustered. profit by them, Complaint was inado . . of our war .iiiiii. .will in: miii.il i.iii i'iuii to the United States service. ,Soy to Secretary Lomj that the newspapers . thi guarded Strict censorship will bo fltil nnrl Wtnnnn.m nryrtf1rv flirt were working injury to tho governcrciscd over all press dispatchcsfrom bor have mustered imsjiheir c ment in such cases. the front that tend to furnish informaivJ, The opening of tho blockade at Ha tion to tho enemy. Tho wisdom quota of troops and many either alreadyT'arrh'cd ni vana to certain vjsscli is a rather of this policy is generally recogcurious proceeding that may lead to a nized. There is still great un- en route to the permanent catn assigned, very considerable widening of the which have certainty as to 4ho conrso of lust they were been to the Ohio i orders sent blockade itself, so that in the end the Spanish fleet, whcttierlt tho Monday niirht. neutral vessels not loaded with contrahcadwaytow ant Cuba or still crnlsing Gen. Corbin said Monday nigl band or supplies, tho carrying of in tho tnUbcan sea, awaiting repairs which into Havana would interfere to a damaged gunboat, is conjectural; the following named regimsutij iho naval nnd 'military oncra- cat but having located tho enemy, fthc on trains en route to tho by which theywcro assigned isjaiddown bythc United States, American navy will not allow ltagain - ' . hat-thnavy depart to disappear from view tintiWfdis-appear- s dcrs issued Sunday: The First "and Third Peifiisyl it mm. nopes iq mauc an excuangu big forever under llio;Rra$x z sonars Jit an early day shows that rti li . . mo ijiiii3 tI" .1.. minus uiMi''iHiuL'5iijiura i the Twelfth Minncsotar tneJ Intl nt t.hn llricrii Mnnunvb. was , twMMHtrmr A.ir; - jTtTLrT WrSSemtdr Ohio, IT ilean0lw"Kji;iaiiuiTrm,ua. Inevitable destruction js in less Adm. Cervcrn turns back to Spain. brnska, the One Hundred and Fifty been stated. The troops going to Manila arc to be How soon tho great naval engagement seventh and the One Hundred and Indiana. prepared for a six months stay accordwill be fought depends upon the disIt is expected now that unless soija-thin- g ing to the number of rations furnished, position of tho Spanish admiral. If unforeseen occurs all of the'lSo, 2,100,000, nnd preparations for their his plan is to come nt once to the relief of ltlanco and undertake to break tha 000 volunteers will have been mustered departure arc being pressed with tho The Charleston blockado at Cicnfuegos or Havana, the In to the service and be in thcir'ptfr greatest energy. decisive combat will occur within a mancnt camps or en route thereto by should havo sailed Mondny from San Francisco. few days. Whatever his aim, ho will tho end of the present week. Intimations have been received, here be forced to fight within a week unless that Capt Gen. Rlanco, at Havana, is PEACEFUL BLOCKADE. he returns to Spanish waters. very short of ammunition, in which The navy department takes with It U nelteved to lie a l'alliire, and Hereaf- case the powerful batteries at the engreat allowance tho report that tho trance of Havana harbor, of course, ter Our Ships Will Approach Cub.ui Spanish strategists have succeeded in would be deprived of n largo part of l'orts With liuslness Intent. sending a second squadron, under Adm. their defensive strength. This state of Villamll, to tho West Indies, and that affairs may lead to some desperate atit is also off Martinique. Even if tho Washington, May 17. President tempts at blockade running on the alleged information did not bear tho McKinloy hat abandoned th6 peaceful suspicious earmark of a Madrid date blockade idea, because tho impression part of the Spaniard in the hope of the department would not bo surpris- that the Cuban coast was poorly de- getting more ammunition into Havana. is. believed that tho suped to hear that Adm. Villamll, as well fended, and that arms and ammuni- It referred to as Adm. Ccrvcra, was with the Span- tion could be'lnndcd for the Cuban? plies so frequently Spanish on being the any point and at any time, with- as at ish forces in the Carribbcan sea. Tho fact that tho report came from out loss of life or danger to our flj'ing squadron were of this character rather than fool supplies, which Madrid satisfies the oflicials here that ships, has been dissipated. The result of the Cardenas affair, in makes it all tlio more important that is another Spanish ruse to center this our attention on Martinique while which good American blood was Sampson and Schley should succeed in heir bhlps have passed westward. w astcd, has caused him to revise his keeping Adm. Cei vera from reaching Havana or Cicnfuegos or any port in Tho report has it that Adm. Villamll opinion. Hereafter when our warships shall Cuba connected with Havana by rail. has with him tho cruisers Cisncros, is Schley probably Cntaluna and Princess do Asturias. It approach a Cuban harbor it will bo Commodoro well down on tho Florida coast is known, however, that Villamll is with business intent not tho admiral of these ships, and Orders Ti ere Monday cabled to the now and should bo able to guard tho Florida straits by that at least ono of them, the Cisncros, commander of tho blockading squadron or next day. His appearance Tuesday on Is on tho other side of tho water. that will give him an opportune to side of Cuba would enable Sampsonthat to It is also known that Adm. Villamll turn his ships loose on all fortifications bring his ironclads with perfect safety is a bubordinntc to Adm. Ccrvera, which may offer resistance. Every Cuban pot that is strongly into Cienfuegos on the south side nnd whose particular duties aro to comwith this disposition of our naval mand tho torpedo destroyers at- protected will bo attacked, and tho" force and the free use of a considerable tached to tho first Spanish squadron. bombardment will bo kept jip until number of our scouting vcsseK it is Ho occupies tho snmo attitude that Spanish guns shall bo silenced and all hard to see how the Spanish fleet ran Commodoro Watson does to Adm. Samp- gunboats sunk. Tho bombardment order Hoes not cscapo from tho Gulf of Mexico or the son. There is little doubt, therefore, Caribbean s;a. the report is true so far as stating apply to Havan-that The navy department is getting 'a that Adm. Villamll has arrived with better and better quality of armor as his fleet at Martinique, but this is THE VISIT TO CURACOA. the contracts expire. A i:Mnch plate merely the torpedo adjunct to the main '.cstod at Indian Head Saturlay with fleet, and was roported when the flcot ft Flnced Adm. Ccrvera nt n Disadvantage a gun showed itself to be equal first made its appearance. Tho fact for An; Attempt nt Mischief on tho or superior to an3' piece of armor that that tho alleged report of tho second Beabouril of the United Stater. has ever been made, for with tho highsquadron passed a Mndrld censor est vclpcity at 1,015 feet per second, indicates that it is tho desire of tho LondoK, May 17. Tho Times says the shot penetrated only 12 inches, Spanish authorities to spread abroad Mondny morning: "It can not be de- without cracking tho plate. It was this misleading information. Its pur- nied that Adm. Ccrvcra has lost pres-tlg- o the very last piece to bo delivered unpose, it is believed, is to induce Adm. in visiting Curacoa. lie is now der tho existing contract and is inSampson to remain with his fleet at or most dlsndvantngeously pinned for any tended for the Kentucky. near Martinique in quest of the shad- attempt at mischief on the seaboard of J.ip.m Will l'rotcst. owy second squadron so as to tako the United States, and if there wcro London, May 17, A dispatch to tho him away from his pursuit of Adm. ever a thought of going Ccrvcra and tho actual Spanish gamo Pacific it has been wasted time. Our Daily Telegraph from St.. Petersburg vigalready in sight. own belief is that Adm. Ccrvcra's says: "Japan intends to protest Sampson's fleet is bound for Cicnfue- ambition is limited to keeping his orously against America bei.lng tho gos, whero he will arrive in tho next licet in being. Certainly it looks ns if, Philippines. She has already sought tho assistanco of Russia, and confer18 hours. Schley's fleet will probably of all strategical moves at his disposal, precede him by a few hours. Tho this is not the ono which promises, nt ences tiro occurring between Count Spanish squadron is expected to arrive tho best,' some initial succcssto bo Muravicff, tho Russian foreign minister, and Japanese ambassador, Huron on Wednesday, when tho combined dearly pai'd for In any event by a subHayashl Tadasou. It is believed that American fleets will engage it. sequent collapse." Franco and Germany will support Japan." Did Not Itetnrn the I'lrr. Mexico l'mclalnm Neutrality. War Kxpeuillturrs of tho N.ivy. Key Wist, Fla., May 17. The Ciiy or Mexico, May 17. ProclamaWashington, May 17. Tho secreOsceola reported Monday tions have been issued all over tho country announcing the neutrality mornlng'that while" cruising along tho tary of tho navy sent to the house of Mexico between Spain and the Cuban coast with tho torpedo boat Monday an cstlmatoof an appropriaUnited States nnd efforts havo been Erlcsson'bn Friday afternoon they saw tion of S'!.'), 030,000 in round numbers to cover tho war expenditures of tho made to prevent its discussion. Tho a lagc body of Spanish soldiers patrol-Jnnavy for tho first bix months of the tho shore eight miles west of conduct of tho government is frankly Roth boats sent in.a fusiladc of next fiscal year This lb supplemental and energetically impartial. High Mexican military oflicials continue to bhots which scattered tho troops, 'but to tho estimates hcrctoforo received of comment upon the advisability of tho it is not known if any of tho soldier? and is expected to cover United States landing troops in Cuba, were killed. The Spaniards did not all the expenditures the war will impose on tho naval service ricxt year. icclariug it to bo sound strategy. roturn tlo fire. , Mini ttAlMtiit tf ft. tU 17.Tf)Jf 'lrt tlnforhmtlon of Our Vessel's Movement ??2 l'ron?r Naivj to Ite Ilullctlncd. THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPA NY, STANFORD, KY. fiuocossori to tho Lincoln National OR - if. tho Spanish fleet still insists oil kccpillgaway front from Adm. Sampson and his" men-o- f war despite tho fact that tho Netherlands government has ordered'' tho Spaniards out of tho harbor at on nvepunt of the neutrality WABiltfcoTofc, May Wil-lcmst- i Bank. latp-'Sund- By provision of Its charter, depositors are as fully protected as an depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par valut thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may ad' as Executor, Administrator, Trustee-o- r Receiver, as an individual, -i. Condition of the Farmer Bank and Trust Co., Stanford. Kentucky, December 31, 1896. RESOURCES: Kotesond Dills Other Stocks and Bonds Overdrafts Duo from Dank Banking Ilotue and Fixtures .Bib LIABILITIES: ..1302,815.21 1,005.82 4 202.41 40.230.2(1 6,400.00 25.683.20 -- Capital Stock Surplus Fund Individual Deposits Duo to Banks 1200,000.01 19,433 41 lM.MUOJ 12.015.41 I38T.01J.M (337,015,00 r y DIRECTORS: ' J. J. Williams, Mt Vernon. S. J. Embry, Stanford: J. S. Owsley, Stanford. J. P. Cash, Stanford. "J. B. Owsley, Stanford. A. W. Carpenter, Stanford. V. n. Cummins, L'incoln County. William Oooch, Stanford. B. H. Shanks, Stanford. J. E. Lynn, Stanford. J. N. Mcncfcc, Stanford. 1 4J; i i Sspan-Inrd- S. H. SHANKS, President. J, B. OWSLEY, Cashle W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. JBWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, an4 they will receive prompt attention, J. B. OWSIiEY, Cashier eif I . . "tatcs-Pcnn- sylv n BUSINESS EDUCATION Is absolutely necessary to tho younp man or young1 woman who would win success in life. This being conceded, it is of the first iraportanco to got your training at the school that stands in tho very front rank tho Bryant" & Stratton Business College, n 'jewent v. e LOUISVILLE, KY.i .. 1 iT1iZ-'?- -- ,,.. BooJcheeping, "QUfWltJ'" .CTy-Vfa -- Shorthand, fTelegr&phwi JngfWtibiMMWtfcanMt , ., stoToXT. ; Fifty-eight- h Vfrlto for beautiful book Riving testimonials from graduates occuDvlntrnrnml. bent positions all over tho United States It will bo mailed FREE. fi7j Yt t " Druggists and Pharmacists. MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt Vernon, Ky. We carry Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c Prescrip tions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call ior goods usually kept in a first-clas- iri 01 s drugstore. First National Bank Of Capital Stock T, K.-L- b Stanford, Ky. $200,000. Surplus '. M$23,100. "DIRECTORS" Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Reid W. Hayden, T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S, T. Harris, J. S. Hock.cr and M. J. Miller. We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a vieur to business relations, respectfully invited. JNO. J, McROBERT Caihlcn J, S, HQCKER, Prcs. . 10-in- tohc GO TO JONAS McKENZIE For Everything: in g Hn-van- a. one-ha- lf Dm Goods, Giothino. Boots and Shoes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at Living Prices. .& 11 ML Vernon fRiDAY, i J Signal. IJX to the ol C ab May 20, 1898. a Will White and Charley Snyder, has given the people throughout Uall hti conducted by a Boarl of Orchard, was out last week JAMES MARET. Directors: and until the first fishing, and were the guests of Dr. iiiecouimy great commence in ipe. lh Order. And now for the benefit lof election is held as herein provided. ipl.OO J. II Pettus. SIUISCRII'TION ONE YRAK any ot:e in this part of the country The Directois shall be the underreMrs. Shannon McKinney let tne say to you: on the 20 jmadc known on Advertising rates signed, A.H. Bastin, A. E. Alturned to hei home at Junction March 1895, we organized a Tent application , stockholders City. Tuesday, after spending a of this Order in Mt. Vernon, Kr, and qualified; aud the shall, on the 1st of this corporation few days ,vith her husband and of which Charles L. King was ta ANNOUNCEMENTS. Saturday in January of each year looking for a house mi whtch to member. He was n member only thereafter, hold an election for the We are authorized to announce move. 1 three years before his death. Mt purpose of electing the three direct cost nun an 101a, only 45.25 on a. ors, which election shallbe held at JOHN B. THOMPSON, Mt Vernon, Ky., May 15, '98. $2,000 policy. He died on the 4th bright and I. M, Bruce, and A. H as a candidate for the renotuination in Congress Editor Signal: day of April 1898 aud his widow for Representative Bastin shall be president, and E. A--. subject to the action of the Demo Dear Sir: In response to a local Mrs. America King, received a Albright shall be Secretary and cratic parly. which appeared in a late issue of voucher on April 30th for the full Treasurer, who shall hold their ofyour paper, in regard to a box of $2,000. This is the second test of fices until their successors are electWe ate authorized to announce human bones, which I found when this kind in the last three years in ed and qualified. JAMES B. McCREARY, 1 took charge of the Circuit Clerk's this town. Soldo not see how the place of business of this cor. a candidate for nomination for office, deposited in the vault, and any one can do without a policyin poration. Representative in Congress subject of which no one could furnish any this Company. For the benefit on Tile incorporators, aud those to the action of the , Democratic information, until today: when Rev those wanting to join the Order' to! who may hold stock in- - this cor party. F. L. Warren, a resident of this our Tent will meet in the Masonic poration, shall on the first Saturday county, but formerly cf Pulaski Hall on Monday night the 23rd fof in January 1S99, at 1 o'clock, p. m. LIVINGSTON. county, came in and offered the the purpose of receiving petitions) at tne storehouse ot A. il. Bastin explanation of the myste- for membership. You can call on hCrab Orchard, Lincoln county. Mrs. Bettie Broaddus, of Stan-'for- rious box of bones. He lived at J, E. Houk, Jr., for blanks or any Ky., hold an election for the purreturned home Tuesday after the time within three miles of information you desire and will pose of electing 3 Directors, who n visit to her daughter, Mrs. W. where a murder, if such it .was; oc- take an interest in helping yot to after being duly elected aud qualiB. Dillion curred. He says that early in Ihe become a member. Hope the mem- fied, shall elect from their number Miss Maym? Jones was the guest Sixties there was a man by the bers will all be prompt in this a president, Secretary and Treas Yours truly, name of Millis, who claimed he meeting". of Miss Jude Owens'last week. urer, who shall hold their offices was from Tennessee, formed a coN. H. Tyrer, until their successors are elected The silver medal contest held who Commander The corporation shall have all hete last Friday night, was won by partnership with two men, Nun-nellMt. Vernon Tent, No. 21. line forms, rights and privileges Miss Cora Adams The other con- were brothers, by the name of who were engaged in rungiven to. corporations under the testant were Misses Ora Clancy, ning a distillery in the northern laws of Ky. May Magee and Maggie Sambtook. Miss Mary Colyer hands us the n part of Pulaski county. Things following, which we kindly publish: lf The rn nftnl cfnol-- nf the corpor... ,. r..... Mrs. Mart Hicks has returned ran smoothly 'till Millis suddenly ition shall be One Thousand Dol Louisville, Ky May 6th '98 from Wildie. disappeared and no one could give To the officers and members of $rs ($1000,) which shall be divided Miss Bessie Maee, of London, any information as to the time or 100 shares of ten dollais Local Advisory Boards greeting: 'is, visiting her brother, J. C. Magee place of his departute. There was A retrospect of. the year gives '(10!) eachT Miss Maggie Lewis has returned a suspicion of foul play and a gen- cause for gratitude to Almighty ll Tthe corporation shall begin buseral search made; but no trace of home. God for an increasing success in iness on the 27th day of April 1898, his whereabouts could be discovered e years The fishing party mentioned in and it being war times, the matter all departments ot out work. At ana continue tor twenty-hvour last returned Saturday night was soon forgotten. Some eight the close of the second fiscal year, afei' that date unless soonet diss with dead loads of fish. W. 0. or ten years afterwards there was we propose a more aggressive olved. UfBlie private aud individual oror "' Barnes who we tailed to mention an old boot and shoemaker, as the movement in the special work of tne incorporators, omcers for destitute and was in the crowd. story goes, located in about one tockholders of said Company end it A party from Mt. Vernon, com half mile of where this distillery homeless children. To this lot in any way be responsible is especially important that we posed of Mrs. Cleo Brown, Mrs. stood aud employed one Thos. tie debts, or liabilities of the represeutative have at least one Georgie Rice and Misses Anna and Mecce to search for water, and he ordebts, JiicuinuLjor or member lrom each Board present' Susie Thompson, Aha Brown, being acquainted with the topog uehillf of the corporation, and " t at the annual weetfiuhof Carrie Butner and Miss Mollie iaphy of the country, remembered Board, at the Y. M. C. A. rooms, judgemen shall not be obtained Wnlden; Messrs. Ed Cox, Jim Ihe precise pot near by, where -Louisville, Ky., Wednesday, June against them individual on such 'H'dulCWui. McClary, Charley find there was a cavity in the ground As we have ninety local debts or liabilities. 1, 1898. Sim Davis drove to this place Sun- whifh went down to a considerable 'Wie company shall issue to Boards, a delegate from each will day and were joined here by Misses depth but had by some means beeacWstock holder a certificate of success, ivxpeuses may be Ella May Saunders, Vergaline and come filled up, and he being very insure met personally, or by local Board. stock for such an amount as each Mayme Ballard, Althia Williamson anxious to find water and someniayjpwn. The shares of stock are By ordet; of Executive CommitLena and Ella Bentley, Mrs. Sat-- i what venturesome, removed the tratijfferrable, and all transfers shall terfield and Messrs. Louis and Jim large bowlders from the entrance tee: oe maue on a dook neiQ oy the Judge R. H. Thompson, Pres. Ernest Fishback, R. A. to the cavity and was let down by a . Dillion, Company for that purpose. Sam'l Grabfelder" Vioe-PreSparks, Dr. Lucas, Robt. Coffey, windlass in a large 'washing tub to Five hundred dollars ($50.) shall Joe and Harry Magee, Carlos Fish, the bet torn where he found a beaube the' highest amount of indebtedWalter Saunders, C. O. Bryson and tiful stream of water and near by ness at liability, direct or continArticles of Incorporation. Juo. Brightwell, and all went up it was the bones of a human skelegent, Jo which the Company at any We, A. H. Bastin and Curtis the river in boats fc ' outing. An ton. They were. placed in a box time shall be subject. v elegant dinntr was spread and a ai:d brought to this place about Gover, ot Crab Orchard, Ky.; The following are the names and fine time had. Only one, that was eighteen yearsago p be used as James Maret, of Mt. Vernon, Ky : addresses of the stock holders, and, Joe Magee, got wet. he having lell evidence on behalf oKthe Common- E. A. Albright, of Brodhead, Ky ; the number of shares of stock held Stanford, Ky.; out of the boat. wealth againtt Bobyuid Marion and I. M. Bruce, of by each. do hereby associate ourselves toarrested Mr, and Mrs. Rome Adams are Nuunelly, they being A. 1. Bastin, Crab Orchard, Ky., on suspicion and one of them gether for the purpose of being Fifty-Fiv- e (55) shares. Curtis Govisiting relatives in Mt. Vernon tried in tha Rockcastle Circuit created a body corporate under the ver, Crab Orchard, Ky., Ten (10) and Maretburg. Court and tne other at S0u1erset, name aud style of "The Crab shares. James Maret, Mt. Vecnon, Miss Carrie Lair was the guest Pulaski county. The trial proved Orchard, Stanford and Mt. Vernon Ky., Ten (io)shares. A. E. of her sister, Mrs. G. D. Cook last to be a veryx famous one; both Telephone Co.," for the purpose of Albriglit, Brodhead, Ky Fifteen week. sides being represented by very erecting, maintaining aud operat- (i5)shates, I. M. Bruce, StanMr. Carlos Fish, of Vaiut Lick, able counsel. Hon. T Z. "Morrow, ing a telephone Hue and its con- ford, Ky., Ten (10) shares, offiis the guest of his sister, Mrs. W. our present Judge of the 28th Ju- nections between Stanford, Crab cers. A. H, Bastin, President, F. Garrett. dicial district being employed, I Orchard, Brodhead and Mt. Ver- Crab Orchard, Ky. E. A. Albright, non, Ky., with the privilege of exSecly and Treasurer, Brodhead, Ky. Miss Kate Coddingtou, of Madi- understand for the defense and the tending the same to Woodstock, evidence not being sufficient for a son, visited Mrs. W. J. Sparks the In testimony whereof the said Preachersville, and conviction, they were released. Ottenheim, first of the week. incorporatois have heieunto subHeuce the origin of the box of Dripping Spr'ngs and other points At last the Dispatchers have human bones that still remain in in Ky.. with its principal place of scribed their names, this the 16th come and all the trains stop at my office and wi'l no doubt rise up business a: Crab Orchard, Lincoln day of Apiil, 1898. A. H. Bastin, the new depot. Ky. Said corporation as evidence in a higher court thin county Curtis Gover, We are glad to kuow that our this, in that final judgmeut day, shall be capable in law of acquiring James Maret, T. D. "Dick" Stuckey, has been and Tend some poor soul, or souls, anu noiaing riguis 01 way lor a. I. M. Bruce, , and tuning, promoted to a Conductor's plr.ee. iuto that awful pit below; for God telephone line, A. E. Albright. purchasing and holding all tele He now has charge of the K. C. has plainly said, in his word, that phones and their appliances that ' No murderer can enter the Kinglocal. Many old soldiers now feel the may be necessary in operating and effects of the hard service they en Jim Worman of McFarlatte.Tenn dom of Heaven." Anyone desir- maintaining telephone lines beIs visiting old friends of this place. ing to examine said bones can do dured during the war. Mr. S. Antween the several points herein se by ca'ling at office. derson of Rossville, York county, Mrs. L. A. Pettus has returned named. Very respectfully, Penn., who saw the hardest kind from Crab Oi chard. The incorporators and their suc- of sevice at the fort, is now fre J. F. Grieein, C C. C. Dr. J. D. Pettus of Crab Orchard cessors shull have perpetual suc- quently troblecl. with rheumatics. "I was here Monday. Editor Signal: cession, and shall be capable in its had a seveny attack lately," he says Dear Sir. If you will allow corporate name of contracting and "and procured a bottle of Chamb J3orn To the'wife of John Wal-toon the 15th, a girl. Juo.V is me a short space in your valuable being contracted with, of suing and erlain's Pain Blam. It did so much happy, paper I will say something for the being sued, of pleading and being good that I would like charge me Mr. AnMiss Marie Knibloe, the whist- benefit of the Maccabee Insurance impleaded, of defending and being for one dozen bottles." ling girl, gave a very pleasant en- Co , of the K. O. T. M. Th's order defended in all courts of law or derson wanted it for his own use iu equity; niayiiave a common seal, and to supply it to his friends and tertainment at the Presbyterian started at Port Huron, Mich., the year 1882, with 700 members. and may alter the same at pleasure; neighbor?, as ever family should church Tuesday night. July isjt 1895 it had spread all over shall have the power to adopt by- have a bottle of 'it in their homes, Mrs V. B. Dillion. aceomuanied the United States with a memberlaws, rules and regulations for the not only for rheumatism, but lame ' her mother on her return home. The Order now management of the said Coipora- - Knnl'e enrninc CAtvAllincrc rn(c ship of 203,643. is tion and for the control of its prop bruise and burns lor which it is un-Mrs Sam Ward lelt Tuesday to mini per? nearly 4,000,000 and ii iriewib iji Lancaster and as a- - still growing rapidly. Now why is erty ancj rights; provided the same equalled. For sale by M. C. &.D. N. Williams. Mt. Vernon Ky. Published every Friday by , . fo1-lowid, y, - U. from this the case? Simply because it sball hot be repugnant to the Con- is one ot the best and cheapest in- stittition and Laws of the State of Sam Ward was in London the surance companies on earth, lit Kentucky, or to the Laws of the never has tailed to pay up prompt- - United States. first nf the week. ly all claims and obligations which The iMsiness 0f the Corporation V. C. T. DAVIS & SON General Merchandise DEALERS IN Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods ul lair prices. AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. ASH . crner of Uld Mam l CXJLIUl o nA Al h 11 - h LIJL 1LJ. Stc VJ, MT. VERNON, KY ess Brodhead Marble Works W. H. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR. MANUFACTURER AND DFA1.FK IN i Monnumonts and Tomb Stones. Mt Vernon Collegiate-Institut- e IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE Fall Session Opens Sepember Special Normal L. M. Academic, Intermediate, aud Prihiary, Departments. 6 1897. SCROGGS. Principal rffR Worlc for Teachers jto Town Lots for Business and Dwelling In the most desirable Part of Town near Where new epoJ:willr-r'':- : Be Lvivin st on Houses. home-findin- g 1 I located, nd see them. Wm. FIELDS GREEN Drugs, H s. ROUT D rug Store Groceries j Medicines, Cheaper, C. C- - TOBACCO AND CIGARS Cheap, I Cheapest; CO- - DAVIS & 1 WAGON MADE BY TOM WHISKIES' Fine at FERRELL DKAI.1JR IN H. C. Gentry, the WINES, &o $2 &c.( ARE AS GOOD AS ROWLAND, KY and BEST years xperience in the business. Horse shoeing a Also gene' .' pec ialty. Twenty-eigh- uj t -- && ' A. black-smithin- "alloa of TOUR MNSEO) OIL mixed icyrwyeTswflijsnag, with 11 of Richmond Street, Ky. Mt. Vernon, Jjichimar lnaVoa 2 e.illons of tbo 11UST PAINT In Uio , n SroicEs. white 2x2, 30 inches long, all grade or better $12 per M 2x2, 30 inches long, red, 6 per M 28 inches long, red, 4 per M 28 inches lonj, white, WANTED Split Hickory for . 10 or vr:nv ffejgL&JB " "''iTSjAuev. otSSc '" ixif. of youriwlntblll. la ij4xi, ' 6 38 per M Krouml Thick, veiit Tmoit. No tronMo to mix. nny hoy can do It. It Common Sense or House Taint. No DETTEn paint can bo uiudont ant cost, and Is Is Absolutely hot rouoNous. IlAMMUl 1'AtNT UmadOOf tllO lllttT OF IMl.ST MA TEmiLs-sn- :li in nil pood pnlntora tw, ami Is White Lead and ju i:onE mnunis than Tute -- 7 1, m-- inches long, white gpMs $16 per lu Vot to CnAcir, Ulisteh, Peei. or Cmp. To be delivered at any station F.HAMMArt PAINT CO.,'St. LOUlO, Mc Bold and ca&ranteed by between Hazel Patch and Crab Or M. C. & D. N. Williams. hard. Mt, Vernon, Ky. L. L.'Jarrett, Inspector, Brodbead, Ky. 1872. IMab. 2x3, Single Tree Billets. ... . MREDSKttSOHPM tr M t t jev - 'r.r . - 'VJ r. t).' ,, , u , - i Decoration of Graves. Mrs Mary Hays, .near Wildie", ht Dr' Stapp ntld vvife were up from Song. ; ., CI Crab Orchard Saturday visiting Hie hisited relatives here yesterday. Music, and march to Christian family of A. C. Stapp. -r-?i ' I)r J W Grant, the Lancaster . Church. . 'fclT. V.in?ON Kv... May 2o, 1898 R. S. MnrtinBrodhead's tobac- - dentist will be here at circuit court. . Address by Rev Pike.' co man, is doing a good business in Our foreman is now eating ripe 'Song. Catered at the Mt. Vcriu.i. Kv., 1'ostoOice ot ice his "Tunttimi Cltv fhetnrv. mnll mntter omvclnss" J strawberries of his own cultivating March to Christian Cemetery and The telephone lina will reach J. A. Gilpin nnd grandson, Oliver ,'"' Decoration of Graves. Brodhead this week. It will not Potts, called to see us on Monday Music. reach Mt. Verr.ou until about the last. March to Methodist Church. , 27th. The M. DVs of this county will Adllress, R. S. Martin, J. T. Cherry J. F, Watson says he is rushed meet at the "Miller House, Wednes. and others. Kvith orders for Bower's gate latch. Song "God Be With You" & NASHVIllC n R.CO, LOUIIVILLC day, 27th, to organize a County in fact, he finds it impossible to fill Benediction by G. E. Painter. Medical Society. (G ravilje Owens, TIME CARD. all orders. Com.' & N. LOCL Biliy Fields,, of the 'Eight Ga- Arrangements W. C. Cable, Mr. Squires who is arching bles" Livingston was here Tuesday 11:39 a m Day Mail North (A? E Albright. . 2.22 p m Cumberland Gap tunnel was here Day Mail South making deeds to lots he had sold P,tS: All are requested to briug Kight Ex. North 1:34am Tuesday contracting with White in that place pleiity.of flowers and Roses. 1:48 am & Co., for .stone. Night Ex. South The 8th congressional Distnc J. A. LANDRUM, Ageut. The gold medal was awarded Committee will meet at Lawrence: f r Miss Fannie McCIure in the con- burg, on Wednesday, June 1st, to test held by Mrs, Rosalind Nesbitt, determine the time, manner and CHURCHES, H0W1 services 1st & Sri Sunday Monday evening. fchrutlan place of selecting a deniDtal Tor Infants and Children. fct It a.m. and atC:30p. in. for congress. L. M. Houk. trustee of the jury Tlio Kind You Have Always Bought fund, says the money for the specMesdames Rosalind Mesbitt G. Bears tho baptist Church Services 011 the Second ial May term jurors is ready for Saturday nisht and Sunday. Sunday W. Gentry and W. T. Smith-- left Signature of School at 9 a ra every Sunday. Prayer payment. for Lancaster Tuesday to attend meeting on Tueaday nights. Rev. J 0 ' district meeting of W. C. T. U. ac Miss Jessie McNeil was here from pastor. L. W. Bethurum returned from Pittsburg Moiu'ay visting the family companied by the following 'gold AnCovington Wednesday night, where of James Landiuiu. She left Tues- medalists: Misses Mamie Jones rrcsbyterian Holds services on the 4th nie Thompson, Ida Tyre, and Fan- he has been attending U. S. Court. day for Maysville, Sunday He informs us that Falk Ross was nie McCluic Judge Williams induced, the convicted; and Harry Jones was MASONIC. Board of Equalization at Frankfort ORLANDO. released. Lodge No. CIO meets 2id MonAshland to reduce '.lie nine per cent raise on day 10 Am. 4th Monday 6.30 Pin. Rockcastle to six per cent. W. C. Hundley and wife are in Among the late ordinances was LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. town. one to make it finable to hitch a w aud John Helton horses on Main street. The town Circuit Court begins next week. levy has been placed at fifty cents. was in frcwa Uerea first of the week. During Court go to the baseF. Krugerwas- in Louisville this Geo Johnson and wife viste'd Wit. .Vernon Collegiate-Ins- ti ment of the brick hotel opposite week. tute, friends at Disputanla, Sunday. V. B. McMullin, of Quail, was the court house and get soup, Master Willie Dooley is here lunch, etc. 2t in Tuesday. from Dsputauta visiting. MiAY 24, 25th, and 26th. Prof McMillan, of Richmond, Miss Ella Joplin is visiting her is ncv shiping Our quarrying Co will preach the bacalaureate serh sister at Logana. stone. mon of the Collegiate Institute, at Thc.fibsii!g exercises of the Mt. Mrs L W Bethurum is visiting Heavy rain and hail Sunday eve-in- Vernqrqgfiollegiate Institute will Presbyterian church 1 a. m. Sunin Middlcsbcro. day. take plaoe. next week Tuesday When you come to Circuit Court night ait entertainment by the There was trouble at Pine Hill don't forget to settle for the Signal. BRODHEAD Wednesday Saturday between John Pitman and Miss Mae Miller has returned Bob Owens. night, in'pltce of the usual junior It is understood shots .from a three months vhjit to Austin were exchanged. The matter is exhibition there will be rendered a Mr.c. Mattie Carter is improving play "TheXricket on the Hearth" Texas. being investigated. some. On Thursday morning at 10 o'clock and Frank Carpenter were Sis Mrs. John Crawford, near BrodBower Gate Co. will receive a the graduating exerciees will take on charge of liquor fiued $20 each n head; and sister, Miss Mary large consignment of Latches this place. Four graduates will take selling. and cousin, Miss Anna week. part in the exercises with original Napoleon Whitaker and Will Brannaman, of near Wildie, were productions. Judge Morrow will as here shopping Saturnay Henry Tharp is in the mountains Decker have sent in last. make an qddress. Judge R G Wiltelegraphing. volunteers. liams aud others are also expected There is no scarciity of woi k in g Green Parker was out from Leb- Rockastle. Tbe many quarries, lime Isaac Herri n passed through to make addresses. All the burial for some good sheep anon Junction to attend the exercise's will begin promptly kilns, saw mills, farming and and cattle. of his mother. o'clock! at 7 other industries employ great numMrs. Allen Hyatt was in town G B Lawrence, of this place bers of men and no need say they Dr PROGRAM: Wednesday for some hats. has been appointed regimental sur- can find no work. Primary Deiwrtnent. geon in 2iul regimcut. J. B. Farris is said to be very Invocation. A $40,000 buildingthat is being If you want to buy a farm and erected on the corner of Vine and sick. or other property, or have them for Sixth streets, Cincinnati, will be Mrs Ammermau aud ehildreti of McKenzie Brown Declamation sale, consult this office. trimmed with Rockcastle stone Cynthiauua Kyjare visiting her sisLela May Lovcll Recitation ter Mrs Dr. Benton. John Bugger Bowles was held from the Langtord quarries. Temperance Lesson(Dialogue) The over by Commissioner White on Married: Mr. Tilman Houk of McKenzie Brown White & Co., have seemed large j charge of moonshining. Maretsburg and Miss Ella Roberts Cecil Williams contracts with the L. & N. and The wife of James Cox, Pine others for furnishing building stone of Gum Sulphur. Many good wish- J John Baker ,Hill, and Mrs. Betty Parker, of from their quarry a mile wesc of es from Brodhead frieuds. Charley McKenzie. V this place, died Saturday. wen, to Mt Vernon Declamation this place. They have lately added Dr Benton John Baker Mrs. A Pennincton wishes a new fixtures in the way of horse Tuesday Mother Goose's Party icw bcardets during Court. The powers, etc. Eva King Everybody come to Brodhead's Mattie Pennington ot town plenty room prettiest part farm, in a Decoration Day exercises For Sauj. Hamie Este j acres J. F. Murphy and W. R. Scott good neighborhood; 100 D. Turuei, of Madison county is Richard Williams were out from Danville. Suuday cleared. Well watered. Reason here receiving hogs at 3 cents. Abe Pennington looking over their lime kiln works. ably good buildiugs. Price Mow Miss Lillie Urton .is visiting her Walter Miller V W. J. Rentier was in from Rasp- down. Apply to 'A. H. Evans. relatives in Garrard Co. Beulah Smith. C. A. Fish, of Paint Lick, was berry, Tuesday. Mr. Rennet has Hugh & Virgil Martin left here "John Brown had a Little Injun" taken the Sigwai, since its .first visiting A. J. Fish of this place. by Boys' Brigade. Wednesday for Junction City. ilsue. Dr. G. B. Lawrence, E. T. Fish, Richard Williams John Cress bought of T. S. Frith Declamation Rockcastle Lime Company, John D. Miller, Harris White and 22 hogs at 3 cents. The Operetta "Grandma's . Birthday" Manager, have opened George' Pennington of this place, . R. Scott, by the School The S. S opened at Methodist ub a store in the Hugh Miller store passed the examination and were 'The Captive Princess" (a play) a very mustered into service with Capt. church Sunday eve with Fanny Sparks house. Princess Duncan's company of the Second large uttendauce. ,McKenzie Brown Prince IDout forget your vegetables and Captors . . . :... . .U. John Baker otjier farm products., which you are Regiment at Lexington. Carroll Portman enlisted ih the Cynthiana DECORATION SERVICES AT Cecil Williams r4iuested to raise for exhibtion at Miller and White Company. Charlie McKenzie Brodhead, May 30. Brodhead fair. have been assigned to duty in the Walter Miller"" The Sunday Schools of Brodhead Tames I. White, Sam Denham, regimental brass band. aud citizens of the neighborhood Dr. J. H. Lawrence and others, A. H Bastin, one of Crab have decided to hold services on lageh. "frAbt Pennington, wele In Lexington Sunday to b!d JRichjird Williams'. goid-by- e Orchard's energetic business men that day. Services to begin to the soldier boys. Japanese Drill. is a hustler from away back. He promptly at 1 130 p. m. at the BapThe party of young people from is running the biggest store in the tist church with the following prothil place who visited Livingston, place, a livery stable, a hotel, a gram: PROGRAM: Wednesday, P. M day last are 'enthusiastic in Singing. coal yard.'hay and grain business; Invocation r praises of the kind treatment owns a telephone line to Stanford, Scripture Reading and Prayer by Miss Mae Mliler tided by Livingston's worthy By Rev. A. J. Pike. Solo which is being extended to BrodSong. Miss Mamie Jones Recitation people. head. Mt. Vernon, Bee Lick and " Lee Porter Mullius was held other points. Mr. B. givcs employ-meT- it Opening Address by Prof. Watson. Tim Walker Song. " Miss Sallie Adams o a good number of people. inthe sum of 500 for killing ot " Retire to Baptist Cemetery and Tominie Stewart Walker Mullins on crooked Creek He is one of the cleverest and most Miss Mae Miller Decorate Graves. Solo last Week. He gave bond. It ap accommodating men you can meet Music by Band Intermission peal from the testimony that the j a month's travel and we are glad March to Frith Cemetery. Wins to see such a .man make a success shoot jng was unintentional; CRICKET ON THE HEARTH. Address by C. A. Chandler. key.i in liis business undertakings. Cast of Characters. Song, LV I V Krnal liUIi Olgllal. - ; , -- , i v t John Perrybingle, a carrier, Thomas Stewart. Mr. Tackleton, a t6y maker, Win. McClary. his man, Caleb Plumber, Lee Porter. Old Gentleman Joshua Boreing. ' Wade Lecce. Porter Dot, (wife of John) Miss Carrie Btilner. Bertha (Caleb's blind daughter) Miss Sallie Adams Mrs Fielding . ,.Miss P'annie McFerron, May Fielding : Miss Mattie McFerron Tillie Slowboy . ' WHtoOpiriG COU3H I had a little boy who was nearly dead from art attdck of whooping cough. My neighbors reconiended Chainberlin's Cough Remedy. I did not think that" any medicine would help him but after giving him a few doses of that remedy I noticed an improvement an d one bottle cured him entirely. It ic tha best cough medicine 1 ever had in they house J. L. - Moore, South Burgettstown, Pa. For sale M. C, & D. N. Williams by FISH AND FISHING, is the title ot a very interesting leaflet just issued by the Chicago, Milwaukee andjSt Paul R'y descrip- Miss Fannie Sparks r , (&0&. This office has inquiries from a man who wishes to buy a small farm not far from town. Persons having farms or real estate for sale are invited to consult the editor of this paper. tf. ot tive of the fishing resorts along its lines. It will be found of interest to the professional anglers as well as to the amateur. A opy will be sent to any address on receipt of a two-cestimp for postage. Geo. H. Heafford, Gen'l Pass 1 t Agent, Chicago, 111. nt .,Asd-dres- s Car-raiea- l, - Commencement Noah-Maso- Exercises - g. 1 Highest prices paid for ginseng A leather collar for 60c up to yellowroot, bloodroot and. mayap-plero$2 50 at S. W. Davis'. by SJ W. Prewitt. 2t. EVERYBODY LOOK.-- ' " I am selling the S"Rer Sewing Machine on easy terms and keep all The only collar pad at S. W. kinds of tewing machine needles oil Davis. bands, shuttles, and everything P. A. Pennington, dent- that belongs to a sewing machine. ist, will be here during regulai term Will send needlesjby mall to any of Circuit court to practice his pro1 also clean and repair all kinds fession. ol machines. You can see me here 4t. W. ever Saturday. If you are a subscriber to the Mt Vernon Ky signal you can get the Weekly I have been a sufferer from chr Louisville Dispatch for 50 cts. onic diarrhoea ever since the war ' Commercial, 40 cts. and have used all kinds of medi" Courier"Journal, (twice a week) 50 cts. cines for it. At last I found one ' Post, Daily, $1.75 remedy that has been a success as a is Chamberlin's Colic Cincinnati Inquire 50 cts. cure, aud that Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Chattanooga, Farm & Trade 25 cts. P. E. Grisham. Gaars Mills, La. tf. Eorsale by M.C. & D. N, Wil- fiSTFine cigars and tobacco at Hams. tha Green Front, drug store. B-Dr. ad-res- s. . ', J- - No. fi baled hay for sale at 5octs. by A. H,; Bastin Crab Orchard. Professional Cards. M. D. your order. I am prepared to take photo- P. A. Pennington, U. D. S., graphs, and will be pleased to have DENTST, Mrs. S. W. Davis. Bran-iiauia- their-name- s ' Buggy harness for $5.50 compjete Hand made wagon breeching for 25 at S. W. Davis'. Timothy baled hay for sale. Orders filledpromptly by A H. Baston, Crab Orchad. Write i N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts., LOUISVILLE. KY. ng evc-niu- Hay. No. sTn. Davis SURVEYOR Mt. Vernon, - - Ky best for prices. tf best built Also, an Ageut for the Tailors in the world. See Here. The I I house in Mt Vernon, with 5 rooms DRS. G. B. & J. H. and kitchen aud the best cellar in the county; on Jaere lot. for sale and or will trade fpr a small farm. Call on J. P. Leiciiuter. 22-- LAWRENCE PHYSICIANS SURGEONS. tf I NOTICE. JteTyOffice at residence (Rice property) opposite the Southeast corner of Court yard. KY. MT. VERNON, The public will notice that you are hereby notified that I will not be responsible, nor assume payment for an j debt or debts contracted by my wife, Anna Shumate, nor will I be responsible for any of her actions or accounts or costs on C. C. Attorney-at-Law, WILLIAMS, t. Vernon, .Ky. 125-arcr- e same. This April N. M. Shumate. nth, 189S. UguOffice on 2nd floor of new brick on 'Church street. Special attention given to collections. G. W. McCLURE, HIDE MARKET. AttOr neyat- - La w. Mt. Vernqn, Ky. - No. green hides per lb 0 to 7c All business entrusted to my care " horse hides, mane and will receive prompt attention. tail 75c to $1 25 Office on Second floor of new brick " " dry flint hides per lb 10c 01) Church street. 1 ' to 12c, - " " sheep hides 20c to 40c eaoh " " goat hides 20 to 30c each " " dog hides 200 to 250 each. " " tallow 1 .(c to 2c per lb. Call on S. W. Davis. Mt. Vernon, Ky. t PR. A. G. LOVIvLL, . Physician and Surgeon, - MT VERNON, AY Olliea North tide Main street A side saddle for 3.00 atid up to $15.00 at S. W. Davis'. Attorney R. G. WILLIAMS, at-L- aw, .- I MT. VERNON. KY. I Contractors, Attention. want a man with a saw mill to cut 300,000 feet of lumber. I will turn-is- h logs on yard. Work to be begun as soon as possible. Location, good Manufacturers mill site with plenty water, 7 miles of Liuii; and brick. South of Mt Vernon. Write or call They also furnish Lime, Building on me at once. J. W. Marler. Stone,, either quarry face or ct Mt vernon Ky 25 tf MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY J. of deaths from malariu as an immediate-causOn the inside cover of a ncwly-d- e It Vn So I'lnln nnit Simple 'flint There is proportionally small as cited in anVn No Need of 1111 nual mortuary statistics, yet physicians nro signed watch a thin pocket is provided Ai'iicul. Norvouo Spoils nnd That Tlrod thoroughly convinced that it causes maladies having nn open center and a slot in of a fatal character, and begets dangerous one side for the insertion of a photoFooling Cured by Hood's. malady is eradiJ Tho man in the southwest had stolen the "My health was very poor. I had ner- nervous prostration. This cated and prevented by Ilostcttcr's Stonv graph. norse ncraUvcnturc of a vous spells and did not sleep well at night. ach Hitters, which also cures biliousness, Outdoor chairs and benches for parks fqi he ucyomi thetaken with the horse doubt, had been under rheumatism and dyspepsia. nro provided with hinged backs, which him and the owncr'H name was on the When I arose in the morning I was tired constipation, and exhausted and did not feel any more can be closed over the scat to protect it blanket. Under the circumstances he His StlitllM. thankful that he had rested than when I retired at night. I from the wenthcr nnd keep It dry when should have been so much as n trial by a been granted even Mrs. Iloon What an imposing appearknew I needed a medicine to build mc up, ance your friend I'ufllngton lias, to be sure! it rains. Judge on a soap box, because many such ofand I concluded to take Hood's Sarsnpa-rilla- . Old Iloon Oh, yes! he's a born colonel, if Ladles' hats can be safely packed in fenders, with far less evidence of guilt, hnd been swung up nearest telegraph After thp first bottle had been ever a man was! l'uck. a new hntbox which lias n centralj(rnjae on sight. Hut to theone had had a trial pole this and taken I felt so much better that 1 procured of woven spring wire the shape of the the verdict had been duly announced. Columbus claims the honor of placing first five more. I am now taking the, last one, "Ocnts," rcninrked the judge, who was the war envelopes on the market. L. C. inside of the hat, to prevent it from in a red llnnnel shirt and and I have not felt as well and strong for Collins, the news dealer, placed them on sain eliding around in the box. pantaloons, "take the prisoner." years." II. P. .Toxns, 223 E. Mulbury St., yesterday. Tho design is his own, aud tho Miniature blank cartridges can be The eager crowd made a rush for him, when kokomo, Indiana. Kcmembcr envelopes, representing the American cngle, a lawyer ft 0111 the effete east, who was presAmerican flag and Cuba Libre in two colors, used in large guns and rifles by nn Eiid-ent by the mciest accident, shouted to the were turned out by a largo lithograph firm lishnmn's Invention, In which n servU judge: cartridge is uorcu out in tnc ccnierio by nil in the cast. Columbus (O.) Dispatch. "Stop this business. You arc acting conla America's Greatest Medlclno. Sold g5, .Get only Hood's. insert the small blanks. trary to the law." druggists, fl; nix for People I.Ike IIIkIi Connection. The judge, beinga Mlowand A handy pencil shnrpencr just put nre tho only pllU to tnlco People will always trace good traitu in I IS wUu Hood's fcarsauarllla. gentleman by instinct, stopped it as reFIOOCI S their relatives even if they won't the bad has a casing in which a roughened jlnt quested. ones. Washington la.) Democrat. grinder is fixed, wltji a sliding socket "What's that the gent says?" he asked. "This procedure is contrary to the law," for the pencil to rotate it as tho socket Fits stopped free and permanently cured. rciilied the lawyer. 1 No Jits after first dny'n use of Dr. Kline's slides along. "What law?" said the judge, in surprise. Great Nerve llcstorer. Froc$2trial bottle & When n newly-designe- d fountain pen ne accepted law 01 mc laud. treatise. Dr. Kline, 033 Arch st., l'liila., l'a. falls to work an auxiliary pen enn be "I reckon not," smiled the judge. "Hut I tell you it is," persisted the law- pushed take its place by oper"I don't think that young man who comc.i ating a down toring on the holder, the yer. Ask you Grocer to ohow yon sliding 5 to see you will ever set any part of the world vnnranlf M nvoLiiinnrl llin .. v . . "Aw. an- l.inoln J ... .. .., I.lll... .. n package of GKAIN-O- , tho now food O on ire." "Oh! well, you can't tell, papa; fcecond pen being intended for usciwith jtuigc. "Don t I know law; Law is a rule ot action prescribing what is right ami V ou know he smokes cigarettes." clriuk that takes tho placo of coffee, 011kera ! an ink bottle. hibitin what is wrong. Now, mister." and Tho children may drink it without 2 statesman. Tho circulation of air in n car IsMitf' ho nimicd In a less friendly tone, "if vou Injury as well 03 tho adult. All who surcd by a ricw attncluncnt having a air ready to tell ll.n.. hero gents ,1.-- 1 it is To Cnre 11 Cold In One Dny to try it, liko it. GRAIN-- 0 has that g nke Laxative llromo Quinine Tablets. All small windmill outside the window to wronggot hang a man fcr boss stealin' ynu have rout t to do it. truggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c. be revolved as the car moves, the wheel hilt the the pennNfiion of thetin ii,mnnililis rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, rnlirt nln't enin' In shaft transmitting power through a ferjwhat happens to a man with them but it is mado from puro grains, and Woolcy "Smithers says ho makes no acgear shaft to a inside, the tho moat dclicato stomach receives it quaintances among medical students." The crowd assented to this proposition v. Kottou "Why not?" Woolcy "He says car. without distress. $ tho prico of coffee. Willi a shout of admiration for the jiidue. he's afraid they'll cut him dead." Hoxbury nnd tlic legal luminary from the oast with15 cents and 25 cents por package FOR AND ABOUT WOMEN. Gazette. drew with more or less precipitance WashSold by all grocers. ington StoV. I cannot sneak too liiclilv of Piso's Cure Mrs. Alice Freeman Tnlmcr has been Tastes like Coffco for Consumption. irrs. Frank Mobbs, 215 ANMNCIENT CUSTOM. chosen president of the College club of Looks like Coffee V. St., .New YorK, Oct. 11), I8U1. From Republican' Traveler, Arkansas City, Hoston. Insist that yosr grocer Gives youGRAKM) Kan. Llla "Where was it George proposal to Accept no Imitation. e Miss Louise Porter Haskell, of Pilgrimages to some shrine of St. Vitus, you last week?" Kssie "At a hop." Klla P college, has won the prize offered to cure tho disease known as St. Vitus "And you accented him?" Kssit "At a by the Massachusetts Society of Col- dance nre 110 longer made. The biodern jump." N. 0. treating this onial Dames for the best essay on way of every household,aliliction is within CALF reach of as is shown by the Cure your cough whh Hale's Honey of colonial history. experience of Karl A. Wagner, the llcstln tlio vrorM. Approved ur i:nIWi Ilorehonnd and Tar. George Wagner, of 515 Oth son of Mrs. TcriSnh Gould Mitchell, who did Itoynl Society, l'rcvcniliiir cruelty to nnlmnls. Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute. tells Circular free II. C. KICK, I'armlnRtnn, C. 111111 nua inuicii ill iorui iWJUlIJloIl re- - St., --Arkansas City. Kan. ii, .,-. - r..ll.... The abuse of health is veiled suicide ccntly, was the last Indian prlnossln, "Over a year ago," he savs, "Karl was Write u iitiont It. UPI I MACHINERY .NVAIAN, TlFflM, OHIO. Ram's Horn. VVL.LL I.OIIMIS .1: ,.1 taken with St. Vitus' dance 'and continued or nctir Massachusetts. Two women have been elected on standing committees of the Hoston un!-- a Came paralysed and wo could not understand vcrsity corporation: Sara K. Sherman' ' a word, he said. He became very thin, lost v,tnTrrTMiTTriiimniini'iiMniMiiiriCTnii'tit!!Miiiiiiiiihtiimii: nTy) JMl (Km H ft 1 B H H HB se of fcr the medicnl school, and Sara A. Jlle.become ",' rif?,,t IfK n"d "Cfiiicd doomed invalid. Wchadanout hmerson for the college of liberal artk to ivcn lip whcn 1)r Wiinms' r.'uk I'rof. Frances K. Lord, who Inst sitlBj'i Pills for Pale People wore recommended to wife V a lady whose daughter liad been mer rcsicrned heriiosltlon as head of.'flhu ry : a enroll 01 a sum nr nl lii'tinn hv t ln 111 s. frhri Latin dcnnrtnicnt nl Wolioslov. "I bought a liox of them at once nnd s'oon j and Childrcno been appointed professor of Latin in 777 ,"7; ; '"ITJ; nnticctl a rlningc for Holllns college, Winter Park, Fla. the belter The wife of the late carl of Bradford in Ka rl ' s had n sister, of whom it was said slie rondition . I was 8 o was the only woman who refused offerS well pleasof marriage from two prime ministci C Y -V yj " ed that I M ' ' She was n Miss Forester; nnd in lp; Asr&l eGelablcPrcparationror m youth refused Lord Pnlmcrston. more of lO them, and A n ca similating LhcToodandRcgula-liiimarried tho carl of Chesterfield, and yif w hen he the Stomachs audBowcls of his widow refused Lord Hcaconsfic!djJl i had taken . saud-colorc- Well and Strong Tho Death Iltttc. Whila it is quite true that the proportion I THE INVENTIVE GENIUS. THE LAW IN THE CASE. A FRIEND'S ADVICE. And what it led to. It Is not a common occurence that a friendly word should be the means of rIv. Iiir nearly forty years of happiness and health to the person heeding the advice It carried, in is wis tne case vvitn Mary Llngard. At twenty.fivc she was dragging out her days in misery. At sixty-onshe finds herself so active and strong she can do work that would shame many a younger woman, and looks back ou thirty-sihappy, healthful years of industry. But let her tell her story: "Thlrty-slyears ago I had great trouble with my liver. The doctors allowed that there were tumors growing on it. and they blUtercd my side in an effort to give me relief. I was at that time earning my living as a tailoress, but for five years, between the pain in my side and the blisters I was in constant misery, and work was n drag to me, with no prospect of relief; fortunately for me, however, a friend advised me to take Dr. Aycr's 8ar caparilla, and finally persuaded me to take a regular course of it. When I first com menced taking the Sarsaparilln my side was so painful that I could not fasten my dress, and for n time I did not get any relief, but my friend advised me to per. severe and relief was sure to come, and come it did. This happened, as I say, thirty-siyears ago. My liver has never troubled me since, and during these years I have passed through the most critical period of a woman's life without any par ilcular trouble, and to.day, at slxty.one years of age. I am active and strong, and able to do a day's work that would upset e x x x d Hood's SarsapariHa fl TryQrain-O- ! y many a younger woman. Ever slnee ntf recovery I have taken a couple of bottles each spring. and of Dr. Ayet's Sarsapa.-illam quite satisfied that I owe my good health lo this treatment. I give this testimonial purely in the hope that it may meet the eye ot some roor sufferer." Mary Linoaro, Woodstock, Out. Dr. Aycr's Barsaparllla has won its wsr to every corner ol the world by the praise of its friends ; those who have tried it and who know they were cured by the use of the remedy. There is nothing so stronjf as this personal testimony. It throws all theories and fancies to the winds and 'stands solidly upon the rock of expert. ence cnauenRing every sitcpiic wun a a good-natiirc- d )009e00&00000006 TryQrain0! t 1 7.- - a a positive "J know." Ayer's barsaparllla with its purifying and vitalizing action on the blood Is a radical remedy for every form of disease that begins in tainted or impure blood. Hence tumors, sores, ulcers, bolls, eruptions and similar dls. eases yield promptly to this medicine. Some cases are more stubborn than others, but persistence with Dr. Ayer's Sarsapa. rllln usually results In a complete cure. Mary Llngard began with a bottle, and went on lo a course of Dr. Ayer's Sarsapa. rilla. When she was cured she realized that a medicine that could cure disease could also prevent it. So she took a couple of bottles each spring and kept In perfect neaitn. mere are tnousanas 01 similar cases on record. Some of these are fathered Into Dr. Ayer's Curebook.a Utile 100k of 100 pages which Is sent free by the J. C Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. Write for It. fan-whe- 'U Hatl-clIiT- 9XW$CO$00$eO0$0$$$' 'limes-Democra- t. WEAK S?S?i eleren-year-ol- d Thc-fath- "f; thit SfrfiM'Sl -- Xl I ,,,.' "' . wmmmmm The Kind You Have hmwMBm I Always Bough! S g Por Infants L0 m -- BM -- t mmm "Not Naho flxcnna PromotcsT)igeslion,Chccrful-ncssandncst.Contai- ns rate,. UiUabLUO fwW i , Bears l tV NOW IN RETAIL .. STOREsittj zf'rt yirx bought iT five Iff M ., () neither Opium.Morpliine nor Mineral. otic. ' 1 ij ncapccrOlWrSJtUELttlZWl Jur.;Jan Srtc Jirpfmint ftttinttcd Seed --- Jli Guianc&ft ia- ill' You Tho ftivilini Sugar Apcrfccf Kenedy- rorConstipa-lio- n, y handle. Old and new war trophies for decora? tions Spangled nnd beaded wings af every sii.ipc. Silk, drnperiee in bold floraldc Mpjts Hiilck; Uress food's with bralhlTfM. Sun umbrellas having a fancy!border. Misses' skirts having a shaped flounce. Chiffon and net cordings for tri tilings. Infants' pique nnd linen cnrrla co i'crs. comus witn a sllve mil un.-ssir.- I 'I r the disease disappeared. "That wait six months ago and there liar been no return of tho disease. The cure was cHcctn.nl and permanent, nnd I feel Jatfefial th at. nn other lnpilmino could nnvo so marvelous a result. We feel rcioiced over the restoration of our son. nnd cannot help but feel that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are the most remarkable medicine on the market." No discovery of modern times has proved Tiuch n blessing to mankind as DrWilliams' Pink Pills for Pale People. Acting directly on the blood and nerves, invigorating the body, regulating the functions, they restore tho strength and health in the exhausted patient when every effort of tho physician proves unavailing. These pills aro sold in boxes at 50 cents a box or six boxes for $2.50, and may lip had of all druggists, or direct by mail from Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y. iropilttf Jnraltd. boxes Shot the Way the Don Cnnic. The other day Olc Hnnsou had troublo The Street Snlliifncdnn n Woman with o bellicose dog that belonged to hii neighbor, n Kussiun by the name of llavva Finds In Comiiicrlnp; Mnson- The Swede shot the dog Dreiikovitskcy. llne ns soon as he discovered that he was not friendly to him, and the sequel found lodg"And do"you ever have 6uch moments!" ing in a justice's court. When Olc was proshe asked. pounded iiierrogatorics by the attorney for "Yes," he replied, "many of them." the prosecution he evidenced a sense of jus"You cue young, you nave genius, you tice in framing replies that is rarely withave many friends who expect great things nessed. of you. Why should you ever have a dreary "What sort of n gun did you have, Mr. moment?" Hanson?" inquired the attorney. shotgun." He turned an earnest look upon her, and "Es var she Permitted her long curling lushes to "Dotiblebarrcl?" brush her cheeks. "Yas, das ct." toll you why?" he asked, In "Need "Well, don't you think you could navo trembling tones. scared him away:" She did not answer. "Aye might ef aye had not banc scare so "If 1 had been permitted to know some lak (feokens macsal." one, before it was too late," he went on, "Why didn't you take the other end of the "life could have held no dreary moments gun and scare him away?" I dared now to ask for the love for mc. If "Val, master lawyer, vy dedn t dc dog of some one who has given herself to an- com for mac odcr end first cf bac vant to do other, I leaven would open to me. If I dared del vay?" -i- f I dared- -" The lawyer is still wondering if there He hesitated. She arose nnd smiled sadly wasn't extenuating circumstances connected as they patted. with the shooting. Denver Times. That night she sat alone nnd held her mirror in Iter hands for a long, long lime. Aud there was n feeling of satisfaction in A Flow of Lnnnnnprc. her heart as she contemplated her beauty. A public lecturer Is fond of Cleveland Leader. telling how he was once introduced to nn nudience by a man manifestly unaccustomed The I'loncrr Limited Is the name of the only perfect train in tho to performing duties of that sort. Stepping world, now running every night between to the front of the platform before the large Chicago, St. Paul mid Minneapolis via the audience, he said: "Ladies nnd gentlemen, wc have with us this evening Prof. Illank, Chicago, Milwaukee &. St. Paul Hallway the pioneer road of the West in adopting all who, I understand has a finer flow of language than I have, therefore I will not conimproved facilities for the safety and enjoytinue my remarks, but will ask the professor ment of passcngcra. An illustrated pamphlet, showing views of beautiful sccneiy along to come forward and consume the time." the route of the Pioneer Limited, will be And he sat down, having quite exhausted his own "flow of language" and leaving the t sent free to any person upon receipt of postage stamp. Address, Geo. II Ileaf-ford- , professor to beginfas best be could after such General Passenger Agent, Chicago, HI. a dazing introduction. Detioit Free Press. CARAMELS. lU-nrttwo-holwell-knowtwo-cen- An Easy Victory. "Ah," the fond mother sighed, "ion say you love my daughter now, but will you love her when she is old?" Steadily looking her in the eyes he rcplifd: "She will never get old. Anyone ran see at a glnncc that she takes after you." Chicago Daily News. "Why, Julia, how the waist of your frock "Yes, mamma; poor Mr. smells of tar." Hat lines, of the naval reserves, has been bidagain. Cleveland Plain ding mo cood-bDealer, Ills Trndc-Mnrl- c. TEIALS OF SALESWOMEN. Mrs. PInkham Says Standing Still Is Ono of Woman's Most Trying Tasks. &- Sour Slcmach.Diarrhoca, Worms.ConvulsFons.Fcvcrish- ncss ondLOfSS OF SLEEP. lac Simile 'Signature of Vf lave ,7ctrrti Straw hats faced with white or yellow straw. Silk irrenndlnes hnvltifr miillipnlrp Devlnns DelliiKloiiH. The poMiblc key to man's origin. Tcais The rain of woman's sorrows and joys. Wind Something that makea a bicycle pneumatically tired. Pity A that is too often substituted for charity. Trouble Something that can be borrowed without security or interest. Egotist A man who imagines the world can't get along without him. Liberty The police court judge's cquiva-len- t for $10 or ten days. Intoxicology The science that treats of very slow hut sure poisons. Indifference A man's regard for bre.tkfnst just after eating dinner. Chicago Evening News. Monkey fellow-feelin- SHIwavs Sought. Sffil&fiK I A H HT A A I fi f f IMau IIIIIAhI NEW "VORK. tXACT COPOF VBAPPER. . . . . Wnlklng hats of two straws and of straw over tulle. Bicycle suits in Scotch cheviots and homespuns. ? Pompadour, back and side combs , without number. OUR SWEDISH olT ffi PHILOSOPHER. UlkU..,-- THC CENTAUR COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY. BsaaaBgEatf-jwsaB- faSX&. rr.r.rrr7m.3T-rr- na'i0 YOUnBSS m B mm SSH 13IIRAL0 Will THE MUnALO CO., NEW BRIGHTON, S. I., NEW YORK. EJ FOR DEG6RAT.HG WALLS AfID CEILINGS paint dealer ni.di'o your own ilcciratlntr. Tills material Is a II.VUU i i.t.ja Lilian nun i.s iiuru us uiuiuu in iwuutr-iuu- r tints cold r lint nnlc- rV'NUNIiroll SAMPI.R CUT.OIC OAEIIS and If you v..m juui ii'tai uitmivib ii uiiuit unit wu win put yuu in itm way ui iju-- I mim paints MURALO Kfery tern fallcrget dronknuff to fall hae.svave oiT. A bad liver es poorly bat' tcng for fuller to talc horn met hem. Action do not speak louder es vordt en time of vur scare, bay Yeruralcm. A man en invcr huf all hen vant en di'a vorld till lute get het nabor's um-bull- a. State or Ouio, Citt of Toledo, rr?SS FINISH to bo applied with a ana norvs cquaur as itch wun cannot purchase this material uiuaininK it. THE I.tVK Select luiU'licr CALVKS-Fu- lr' to kooiI llaht.. UUds -- Common Mixcti pni-lier- Cincinnati. 3 00 ) S5 0 UI 3 OJ 4 May 17. at, 4 15 iu it, 2) 64 i 4 i fl RO 75 16 SGiENCE NEATNESS? BE W9SE AND USE 1ES YOU KWOW THAT THERE 3S SIIKKl'-Clio- lce Mitht Hhiltliers No. LAM11S Sprlnss H.pUK-'- W Imcr fnmllv OHAlN-Whcai-- 3 35 0 3T :I8 2 No. 3 red Corn No. 2 m.xcd Hje-N- red Cpflb) 5W (il S 25 1 (U U ia dft (QV4 30 25 25 I 12 f. Lucas Uountv, Frank .1. Cheney innkcri oath that lie is the senior partner of the linn ot 1 J.Lhcncy & Co., doing business in the city of 'lo cdo. County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars, for each and every case of catarrh tnat rannot be cured by the use of Hall s Catarrh THANK .1. CHENEY. Cure. Sworn fo before me and subscribed in my presence, this Gtli day of December, A. D. A. V. OLEASON. Notary Public. Seal Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and blood nnd mucous suracts directly on the faces of the svstem. Send for testimonials, fire. V. .1. CHENEY & CO., Toleda, O. Fold by druggists. 75c. Hall's Family Pills arc the bestj,. Ilavc you ever thought why It is thnt ko hour many women or plrls rather walk for-a-n than stand still for ten minutes? It is because most women suffer from somo JtmaJ 1 derangement of their delicate orpanlsra, tho discomfort from which is less trying when they nre in motion than when standing. So serious nro theso troubles and so dangerous to health that the laws in some states compel employers to provide resting places for their female employees. But no amount of law can regulate the hard tasks of these women. Customers arc exacting, and expect tho saleslady to be always cheerful and pleasant, now can a girl aching, when she is bo cheerful when her back is y&f . pains? No mat- sailed by lassitude and bearing-tc- r naturally, her nerves givo sweet tempered sho is how Emplo3'crs, however, don't way under the pain after a while, men. Cheerfulness is very want cross and snappy salcswo amiable when racked with pain, important capital, and no one can bo without delay to Mrs. Pinkham, at If you arc ill or suffering, writo Lynn, Mass., and tell her all about yourself. Your story will not bo new to her; she hns heard it many thousand times and will know just what you need. Without doubt, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will help you, ltha3 done such wonderful things for suffering women. Donothcsitatc to write her all the little things that make you feci miserable. Your letter will not be 6cen by any man, and Mrs. Pinkham's advico will cost you nothing. Read this letter from Mrs. Mahoauet Anderson, 403 Lisbon St., Lewis-to- PfW - as-do- n, OaU-- No. o. 2 2 l'ltOVISION.S-Mi- ".s HUTTKlt-ChoU- AI'l'LUS-P- l'OTA'l'OKS- - dairy -0 I'rlmo to eholco creamery... er bbl Lanl- - I'rlmo Hioam pork 1123 & 01 4(11 7h fU2 50 (To 6 40 3SJ 3i!i He GmiRlit On. Mabel George, I do wish vou would enlist. George Why. dear, I thought you confessed that you loved mc? "I did say so, but.if you were logo into the army perhaps you might learn what arms are overy month. At the beginning of menstruation it was impossible for mc to stand up for more than Qvc minutes, I felt so miserable. One day a little book of Mrs. Pinkham's was thrown into my house, and I sat right down and read it. I then got some of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills. I feel like a new woman; ray monthly "I can heartily say that suffering is n thing of tho past. 1 shall always praiso the Vcgetablo Compound for what it has done for me.". to-da- y " Dear Mrs. Pinkiiam: For years I had suffered with painful menstruation Mc. Ask Mrs. Plnkliam's Advice-- A Woman Best Understands a Woman's Ills Tlic Shortest Line and The Best Service between Cincinnati, and the Summer Resorts of the Great Lakes. 17 IVr blJl 3 2.1 tO 5 30 1 10ff & U 18 3 60 CO ts CHICAaO. for." After that she had no cau3 to complain. Chicago Evening News. Foot-Ease- BIG FOUR ROUTE THROUGH 33 THE GREAT FI.OUK- - Winter imtcnts... . 2 red.. UKAlNTWliout-rNo- . No. 3 ChlciiBo'ililrins-- . rOKN-No3. 05 311 fe CJ CAR LINE TO OATS No. 2 .:;... 12 5 8) 1 47 1 20 37 i ,t CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK, THE BEST ROUTE BETWEEN 0 BOSTON I'omC-.MesLAUU-Sle- s um OH) 31 XSWfo 25 ((12 00 0 82JJ NUW YOltlC n Cincinnati m CHICAC IECA and Chicago, St. Louis, Toledo and ELEGANT DINING OARS l"a.uttr E. O. 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