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AJiJO: Oil1 NUMBER 3& INVASION AT CHATTANOOGA. 4 S STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS. a3 333flM3 - Sitj'The'Tlllrtecn Thousand Grac In theTa ,lon' Cemetery Corered With American Troops Embarking for Tranij ', I'towem nnd Flags. lis, portation to the Island of Cuba. J? J 333 33 3S3 39M3 ass-a-- It PATRIOTIC KENTUCKIANS. Titer Turn t.'ol. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. Hallway Shopi Out by I liumumU to llr.tr The Cincinnati Southern ut l.udlovr Dinagod to the Wuttersnn bpenk untl See the Auiount at 810,000. I'.Trade at Lexington. Mm, .1 : . ment for instructions regarding the disposition of it. Col. Smith nnd ChapH. SHANKS, President. J, B. OWSLEY, Cashles . lain Thomns wero tho last men sworn W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. ' in. Col. Colsou Is working hard on MsT-solicit all having business in bank to call or ' write us, an tho. Fourth Kentucky and (he First, they will receive prompt attention, Mnmtorlul Day In Cuvo Hill Cemetery. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier under Col. Castlcman, will be mustered straits to ensure them against biiiiiiibbiiHbiiiiiiii& Ky , May St. Tho in by Tuesdny. Louihvim.k, Tho two cavalry Ji of some stray BSHSSfSSSH.p nrA, May 81. rvot slneo at the hands graves of the federal dead in Cave Hill troops wore mustered Saturday. s institution nas .Memorial cruiser or gunboat. Monday witli cemetery were decorated Dcsha.Ilreckinrldgc.son of Col. Hilly, re impressive observance It is probable that there will An address lirccicinrldgc, who has ueen mauo appropriate ceremonies. 'Monday. At tho Lincoln expedlti was delivered by Prof. Reuben Post judge advocate of the First regiment less than four separate airmtjunt park services that these will be landed at four llallcck, of the roalo high school, and Kentucky volunteers, will be attached y tlio ucorge u. JMeaUo patriotic songs were sung by the pu- to tho staff of his uncle, Maj. Gen. cnt points. Whether Porto Rip; www vwt,, UJ. bllCSU JFUIUW3 iiiiiUbiiBbiiiiiiiiiiiiSL!, tcr which the post visited male and female high Joseph Ilrcekintidgc. pils of the its gallant commander, Is absolutely necessary to the younty man or young woman who would learned. Before tho cptiro forqs schools. Preceding the decoration of In life,. This being conceded, it isof the first importance to get your Srt'eu CllrU (Jrudu.ltcif. it is proposed to uso in Cuba ISlllllH Bv BlVBlllHBH! An address wav delivered tho graves, the vcteraus, tho sons of iU Cyrus T. Brady. training at the school that stands in tho very front rank tho Richmond, Ky., May 28. Tho forty-fir- landed, the transports must veterans, the members of the XV U. C. j .111 cemetery, GenDanipl annual commencement of Mad- separate voyages across tl and tho members of the various auxilisorator of tho day, and' in tho city formed in par- ison Fomale institute was held Friday. Arrangements have been iary orders Uen.', the services of VsiiiiiiiiK albo dellverpd'jjy tomlj M ade, and marched to the cemetery and The baccalauscate sermon was deliv- utilize , f ered by President R. Linn Cave, of surL'cnts to the largcs VsiW fedKsiia' iilmtHW At the thence to the lot 6ct apart for the vp eral dead where tho, ecronioniqs wero Kentucky university, of- Lexln&tcju. tolcmu and impressive. ' The parado Edward Sc.riuncr limes, pi uutier ' addressed, the graduates) The 41.HIIIH Y'lsLKrV. . . . I .uCNViW- MPBIflRr a i'TAJsnutfKIBslllBsnBssP? -asM .was one of tho lbugcst over known TLBBIIIIIIIHt graduatesSyeroitho Misses Ida i?pecd, f jiigrdipiKUccpraUpntuay. ' a'Waina gV,-V-a' - ,mwiiisiu iimjip"; f'i f2fi flnvilleTaUArlMf.oJtpjiW15 tSifc'r m jvMer mwm&, ?:: rel,.Trooii:r.f rHMItVr iAVi"iJ,.iriru cariica, uiwvunw hick. . Ucsiie jspunrs, of Spearsi.Tnn'A llrcck, fA ar Msmmmi May 31 Secretary MMsVsV .illllMMMllllWJ' FiiAXJifWr. RichWrite forTjeaUtlful book giving testimonials from grdduatcs occupying promU of ar Alger telegraphed 0v. Ilrad-le- of Richmond; Kthel FcrrlHTAif zmlb .sz -- s T5. nent positions all over tho United States It will be mailed FREE. 171 mond, and Nellie .I'ugh, of Yaticeburg. Monday afternoon, ordering him to inelude.aU of tlie KoiitueUy volunffeir Dnijrfinent Commander. teers in four regiments. This will alItowi.twrt Gr.i:Ey. Ky, May 27,. J. XV. besides those nammonl; of Louisville, n'as elected low only one regiment already formed, npd will shut out the department commrtuderof the KenJs'cgro regiment which Gov. Uradlcy tucky O, A. R., after a hpt canvas by I SjrB TsiliBiiiiiiiiBsMBiRSr5fc'Ji;llt55 desired should bo raised and for which tho friends of Col. Cohn, of the, lyi ofllccrs had been picked out. TJio govJ. J. Ilanyfs, of this ernor sent several telegrams protesting Ati-- . was elected senior against tho proposed .change, but did or; 0. C. Vauglian, of- - Russcllvlllc, junDruggists and Pharmacists. not succeed in gettlpg tho war depart- ior vice commander; Dry ."J.; Kf Merement around to. his way of thinking., dith, medical director; .1. 'D. VoopejV Tho companies aro to bo recruited up chaplain, and George Saunders, from 84 to 100 men each. , '' r historian. ii'ihii ill Quirt Sumlur at Cump Cntllnr. ' Hecrulted to the Full War Strength. Lkxinuion, ICy., May '2B. Friday was rCctttuchy lay and a tremendous erowd was. In town to witness the. briln liant parado and hear Col. Henry address the Kentucky voluti Scores of excursion train tccru. wis to run from till parts of the state ami ll is believed the- largest crowd of htraugerscver seen In the city was Col. Ilrcclrinrldge Introduced hero. Col. Watterson, who began spealclug at a o'clock. Three hundred school cliildreu sanir patriotic airs when the strangers entered the grounds. In the parade were the first regiment, Kentucky volunteers, State rollcgo cadets, city oflielals, Knights or Pythias and other oi ders Tho !ird regiment was mustered In as a wholo Friday afternoon. One company was mustered Friday morning, two remaining companies were mustered in the nitcrnoon. Tho two troops o mustered. Capt. of cavalry wi-rhopes to begin mustering tho 1st regiment Saturday and expects to get all the soldiers away from here by the middle- of next week. Wat-tcrsoTlal-lanc- Ludlow, Ky., May 30. The Cincinnati Southern railway shops wero the sceuo Sunday morning of u disastrous lire, resulting in a loss of 810,000, fully covered by insurance, and tho complete destruction of what Is known as tho saw shops, where wooden material is turned out, with engines and machinery specially adapted to that , work. This was tho fourth destructive fire to visit the shops. Within tho past 13 years. The, first occurred 12 years ago in the gas manufacturing house. The loss at this tire amounted to 820,000 and the- lives of three men. Tho second und third fires consumed tho entile plant of the company. Third Kentucky No it Heady. Lexinotox, Ky., May 30. The Third Kentucky regiment was completed Saturday inornlug, and Mustering Officer llallanco has wired tho war depart- Tenn., MaV 31. On wjmi, ui me volunteer army en- mped on ground where thousands of Lauded at Different l'oliiti Tlintl Kn1f1ina 1i,,vlfwl 1inn lrtct tlmli. w. vU.w ..... avow w.va C Inmrgenti Well Armed. T!ves during tho 6ivil war the decora- Sl5n exercises Monday wero unusually Washington. May 31. The militant Iln IrP.ll ntT null (mnraetiiira Tlt.lMr " .":,'-.- , ? invasion of Cuba has begun. Unless; Y Y tuuiiiiu biiu tniru;ci. uiuu- the orders of tho war department mis nu graves in the . JSntlonal cem- carry, at an early hour Monday inorn-- i etery were covered with flowers and ing the troops that have been by local organizations of vet- crcd at the gulf ports began to break ans nnd patriotic ladies, and when camn and inarch aboard transport 9 Mrip c,crclscs opened Monday after- waiting to carry them to the cnomy'i tt : ifi me cemetcryv-csenica truiy territory. About 25 of these ships, tn v meo, utiful nppcaranii.f At 3 p. m., a biggest and fastest that could bo ol X3 ng procession, composed of votcrans, tained suitable for the purpose, ha U ft Idlers and citizens farmed at the been gathered ready to receive th metqry gate,and to the strains of troops. They will accommodate aboti .12. ;nmic, furnished by tho 4th mr 30.000 men. llitf mgiment baud, marched to the How many troops started Monda: taiKjin id in the center of the cemetery, where they took ,ship, where they ari iflK.; 're tho exercises of tho day bound, arc questions which the tl eflield. Gathered around the stand recting spirits of the campaign rcf art immense crowd, among whom They have positively to answer. e hnndreds ofllccrs and desire that tho Spanish should h atcs. Tho annual oration was de opportunity afforded tliein to gat .Bmiar ed by Capt. Henry A. Castle, ol forces to attack our soiuicrs vasisiiiimui jington, D. C. The bencdietlon they land. ' Thercforo nothing by Frank VS. Isruner, the details of this first mo sHHHTa ui me u. j, i.. , iiuu u ment can bo learned. There was fired over tho graves by a suspicion that the start will bo ment from Camp Thomas. , from Tampa and Mobile, and probable that in such case tho fie MEMORIAL DAY. transports will converge at lve to pass under tho convoys ,of t ships which Adm. Sampson li lfsHIBsillsllBt the Yc.ir of Its Institution WiU Impressively Observed vldpd to insuro the safety of th In 1'hlludclphli. during tho passage across the ! SSTcuArrAxoooA, THE FARMERS' BANK' and TRUST COMPANY, Baooewrs I.lkoly That No I.ei Than Four Sep-- ? urate Military Kzpeclltlons Will He KY. STANFORD,National i the Lincoln OR Bank. . X 1 J !a;i... tr :;"". By provision of its ckarter, depositors are as fully protected M urt depositors In National Banks, its shareholders being held individually, liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par valu thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may ad as Executor, Administrator, Trusts or Receiver, as an individual. j... 13 Condition of the Farmer Bank and Trust Co., Stan- t ford. Kentucky. December 311896. RESOURCES:. Koteaand Bills ., Other Stocks and Bonds , Overdrafts from Banks guo House and Fixtures Cask K02.S15.S1 1,085.82 202.41 48.239.S6 0,400.00 5,59X20 $337,015,00 a t '(I K jJi LIABILITIES: Capital Stock Surplus Fund Individual Deposits, Duo to Banks .'..., "' 1200,000 01 19,43141 155,5w'6j 12.043.41 1337,015.91 5l 4E y h.Hi DIRECTORS: J. J. Williams, Mt Vornon. J. S. Owsley, Stanford. J. B. Owsley, Stanford. William Gooch,' Stanford. S. H. Shanlts. Stanford. S. J. Embry, Stanford. J. F. Cash, Stanford V A. W, Carpenter, Stanford. v. ' W. II. Gummins, Lincoln County,. J. E. Lynn Stanford. J.N. Mcncfcc, Stanford. a IsiiiisHKl, . W lHD 1 . fl BUSINESS EDU6ATI0N& J win-succes- s st i Bryant Stratton Business Colle ff.-t tti.: - sHHHIh sHHHIIIIIIIHst f poi-lcc-- e. SStISIM?ta!l'Sl2 . K. y ip' 1 -iM.i sk. flam -- Jlar ISS'J'A' : Ml .'..kHSrr-gr.vy -- '.Alsri..',. t '":!m?mim Vftte. i , v.," V, elB ':fu r. W ' n . "I v55eJC?riS5l YrSiM & ,4 . '4 Ky., May This camp was not the scene of activity which marked It last huiiday when the 2d regiment was here. Tho :ird regiment, boys rested Sunday, for the greater portion of the visitors went to Camp llradloy and did not disturb the quiet of this .camp. However, scores of tho boys-- received callJ ors and wero the recipients of baskets of good things sent them from homo or friends in tho city Monday Gov. Bradley will bo hero to present tho ofllccrs their commissions. Murder at bciinietown. Ky. IlnNDKasoN, Ky.,, May BK Posey D. Hall, aged S, a Clrtcago attorney, wiis shot and killed near SeuJWotown, this county, by Homer Taylor, flail, who had secured a judgmeuVngaiust Taylor for a sum of ihonoy, went with tho deputy sheriff to levy on some property of Taylor's. Three bullets entered Hall's chest Sherlft.DI.vpn, with a posse, arrested Taylor aluput an hour after ttho shooting. Hall is, tho soil Of the late Mayor Ball, of Hcjitle'reon, Ky. He represented this county iu the leg, islature in 1801-0- 2. Found 1IU llodjr In tho Klrer. Hn.NDKRSOjf, Ky., May U. A cpat and vest were fomid at 15, p'.cloclc Mon-da- y pn tho 1 ami N. whar'fboat and, wero recognized as belonging s to J. Q., Immediately partiqs began Hjirncs. seining tho river, jiSho liad attempted suicide by morphine about a week ago. At 0 o'clock Monday evening the' body o was fished out of tho.'xvor a short below. Ho wa's 73 years of age, and had quite a sum of money. He was probably Insane, Laughed After He Had Hilled IIU Klval. BowLixa GnuES, Ky.,' May 31. John A. Smith, n legro, was cut all o pieces and killed'1 hero Monday night by Cass Wnllis, also colored. Tho men wero in lovo with the same Negro woman, and tho world was too small ,to hold both. Wallls laughed at having killed his rival, and said: "I told that Negro I would cut his head off if he didn't keep away from Mary Ida .Heard." Wct Kentucky College. Mayfield, Ky., May 31. Hey. Well-bur- n Mooney preached tho baccalaureate sermon of West Kentucky college at tho Methodist church to a largo audience. Tho graduating class this year is composed entirely of young women Misses Florence und Maymo Elliott, Jennie Wire, Lilian Boswoll, Mattle Taylor and Mary McDonald. Cami' CoLLii:fe, Luxixgto.y, CO. dis-tanc- volunteer "cavalry troops tliaf, have been quartering at Chautauqua are now recruited to tho full war strength, 'ijhlrty men were brought in Wednesday from Knox county to fill the vacancies made by rejections, though only18 more were needed. Capt. Perkins, of the Barbourville troop and Capt Prater, of Magoffin county, have both been assured of getting commissions. , Li'.xixoTo.v, Ky., May jiTf-fl- 'lic to Big Cruiser Columbial) amaged in Collision. extent. The government already ma.nin na M. lloss, in Monument eeme marked honors wero paid. sent expeditions to a .largo numbc; points on tlic island and landed arnrmifAn 1'reii Taylor post .No. 10, after Mdst 61 the pat" .tending services, marched to Odd fOi the insurgents. tics succeeded pcrfectrv In their object 'ellovs' cemetery. In the parado was o iittio and it was said at the wir department! i pony pnaeton containing Monday that a sufheient number ofi ,'iris, one dre.'scd as America and tho the insurgents have been armtirt to ddn- - ther as England, A float capable of stltute a very effective support' fftr the ieatlng 0.. pnplis ot tlie puuuc sciioois, ecorntotl itli tlio national colors of troops as they land tne It was said at the war department Sl; unueu otatcs ami i.ngiium was that chief reliance. ould be placed at so a'jeature, tho outset on tlie United gates' regulars, most of whom are centered n UNpER FIRST CALL. Florida, and in such volunteer regi- - i ments as wero thoroughly equipped J timber tif Volunteer .lliutered 1SI,- nnd'Tensonably well seasoned for servAro" In Stuta ice, 'Although the oflielals will not iinn1 lr(ly for Mutter. state how many ' tr66ps, are- - available 1 ' Ifc. . for active service, it is roughly Gep( Mav MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt Vernon, Ky. - WVii'Ji( cUtp We ca&y Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call for Roods usually kept in a first-clas- Wfm ' Orgnulrlng u New Company. MiDin.Ksuoiiouoir, Ky., May 27. In accordance with tho president's second eajl for yolnntccrsCorrytou M, Woodbury, president of the MingoCoal Co.. began vperufthig a company hero Wed nesday niglit. woououry ncici a commission in the Seventh regiment. New York national guard, for seyen years. iFrlsby attd Gpo'rge t XV, " m. wisoee Of Stanford, Ky. $200,000. s drugstore. i A j. Xlbrccht the lieutenants.' Recruits a're rapidly, "'" arc joining First Naflonai Bank Capital Stock Surplus ..$23,100. , '' here from Richmond, Ky., idraise a cdmpany of .cavalry volunteers' ? . ;. .l !!il l iruiu (.iii cuuutys t recruiting uiuuu was opencti in Senator Dinguss oiliec and nine names wero presented. Sen- ator Stuart oxp'e'ots'.td pet, '100 jrten irunr iiuru aiuoug ins uiu aeiiuuiut- anccs, of which lie will bo captain. -i rived , ' v ,lr .Senator btuartV Company. .PithSTONnuno, Ky May 30. 20,000 A. Stuart and son, Hlrtl arr tcers. it May 28. Felix, the son of . 11. B. Grlfilth, a wealthy tpbacconist of this city, was drowned In a pond yvhlla bathing Friday afternoon, A number of small boys were with him, but falling to rescue him they were frightened und ran away. Hohad been in .the water half Tho pond an hour when taken k try was within 70 yards of tWhome, JLkxinotox, K'., May 30. Friday night about 12 o'clock Harry II. Locke, private in tho 1st regiment, was shot in the abdomen by a Negro woman, Roso Green, at her house. At first Locko's wound was pronounced fatal, but Saturday morning it was found the bullet only cut the flesh and did not enter the cavity. shot. SiiELiiYViLi.E,Ky., May 30. Jamea Casscl, a Louisville snloonkeoper, was accidentally shot through tho head and Instantly killed hero by Hart Pickett They wero friends and drinking to ge titer. A Saloonkeeper Soldier Shot by a Colored I.udy. 'Mayfikld, Ky Drowned In a l'oud, . aud lb.Ooi) volUn - S0'1'1" saldl Monday that 1M1,500 troops These Ta.npiu inclndcV"1" nYruu, "lu lu"v"'"u Ab lOOOjnen, 17 refrituenti, of regular ihfantry undm Jiyidcr "" tlw remainlntf 3,600 men were of volunteer Infantry, 13 .14 regiments ate ciimps ready for tho muster-o- f 'battalions of artillery and.r, regimepts said that all the states regular cavalry- - Tho. had filled their a i r,r.(.i. . w.,,i T i.ii.i vr.tuntPPr. Irfmirtnt4d ftcrntorlcs M w. wH. itlLL. tVllttU (ir ?s tlio recrultlug J8,000 men. the cavalry about 4,000, thelnota , so concerned 1,n. ln trriv- - mnnv nfV . "WJ. troops is -l- lll while rjjfisHfitates these have been or ill WdlspatcliedRn'! to any given point, or to several! u""u ""?'. ,iioi,wri n tiinitheir fault but was duo to the'lnabjlity Ait. i the mustering ofllccrs-- to complete of the secret cam$ is a' part paigu plans of the governmcnt,hcr work. xne apparent sliortage a are otn0yldpd among the states of Iovt)i fJMs- of this force Hack Mobile, NevTs'Pp nni North' Carolina. . Tho available regiments at ni!iimtt nrwl ntllnv Tinlntft nnllv actfrooP! 1" tlieso states are. ,in cajap, of cesible to Tampa. Still further bac)lowever. awaiting the action be the inuv is the large volunteer camp at ChtckaKcmmenfs ofllcers and wilt the volunteer army in a day inauga, comprising uboUt 40,000 infanferea !?. rlmf tlinKil nra H Vim if WASlJIX(fiV,f, l.Adjt. at regulars "DIRECTORS" J. W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Reld T. P. Hill, S, H. Bauehman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, J. S. Hockcr and M. J. Miller. .......... Waning y 1 nt avv""i ," We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining , CQunties,' assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business. Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view ' "' to business relations, respectfully invited. Oubicn S, liOCKER, Pres, JNO. J. McROBEai J, volunteers, 1,000 cavalry voiyr Spaniard Seeking supplies, unteers and three regiments ol artillery voluntcors. It i understood Kixoston, Jamaica, May 81. Tlio to be the plan although as to thl Tuban coasting steamer Purislma is no precise ofllclal statcmont-Wpcio- n has arrived here from Man- to have the troops at lickamav&anlllo, with a Spanish commissiariat ga take the placo ot tnose ajjfllcer In disguise, seeking supplies, Florida ports us fast as tQ iLtqiMhundrcd tons of corn meal wero leuve for active service , thus ks-5Monday and tho American a lsrgo force always ready for and tho colonial authorities yrl ation from Florida. Aside. ! i warned. troops already specified, tin',' Con-there ito GO TO JONAS McKENZIE For Evcrytliing iu i yi cr-- at Camp Alger, iiagton, and lesser bodiesey Long island ana in viuen Tho 75,000 volunteers unoV ly issued scconu can cot'"- 18,000 men 1 a iJO l'l I yuK lull Kty 3: nTintlirt rnzcirvr. wll(nll'V,i ,rt t7 I In tlie Dock fur Itepilrs. torpedo LAla.. Mav 31.-arrived hero Monday to it for repairs to her hull, in collision with somo cy West She will bo off in Tho ret to be organized and o1 , Le dav. Dm Goods, Giotnino, Boots and Shoes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at Living Frlcen, m inr "wt V v v .'. : ' : a ,1 4 ? M 1 ;'. . Mt.VernonSignat Friday, June 3, 1898. Published every Friday by JAMES MARET. sxinscRirxioi; onk yhak application Owen arrett has gone to Som erset to resume business again. Bird Roberts left here today, Tuesday, to join his Company in the army. Orus Bower, presiduit of the Bower Gate Latch Co., is on the Si. 00 sick list. Advertising rates made known on ANNOUNCEMENTS. We ?rc authorized to announce V JOHN B. THOMPSON, as a candidate for the renomination for Representative in Congress subject to the acfon of the Demo cratic party. We aie authorized to announce james b. Mccreary, a candidate for nomination for Representative in Congress subject to the action of the Democratic party. of the, $$sse1s of that Cape Veide fleet may not be bottled up in the barber of Santiago de Cuba, that but Schlev is at last cock-sur- e of them are. Ccvera-- Au 1 and knows where lie can get two million more,of the same kind if the "ki eat pqwers" would like to t,ee an army that is an army. United States, thirty The days after the declaration of war, reguhas an army of 200,000 in the field, lars and volunteers .probable that impreliminary steps toward portant an offensive and defensive It is 1101 Anglo-America- n alliance have already been taken, but it is obvious to even a blind man that Mr. John Bull and Miss Columbia are making eyes at each other. Democratic County Convention. Over four huudred people atErnest Fishback, attended the " services tended the Decoration entertainment at Mt. .. Vernon on here Monday. says he had a Wednesday, and magnificent tinis Married. Walter Miller DKALBtf IN Miss Lillie Wilmott were married Nuckles, tormerly of WHIS IBS' WINES. &o., &c. Mrs. Ed They have the best here this place, but now of Lebanon KY wishes of their many friends. Junction, is visiting friends here Fin e w-- at and $2 1" B.A. Yeadon and family have this week. returned from Rowland where, they Misses Fannie and Lucy MulH. H: REYNOLDS attended the funeral of Mrs. B. A. lins, of Mt, Vernon, are visiting Yeadou's mother, Mrs. Smith. friends and relatives of this place and atcending the meeting. 4' the PINE HILL. Miss Hattie Satterfield, handsome sister of v H. Satter- HorjfHlioeing, all 'round, 60 cents. busi- field, has returned from her home Everything furnished. Best nails M. F. Pike is doing a good at Glasgow Junction and will andl4oes ussd. 37-- 3 mo ness here. spend the summer with him. Willie A. Pine was in townjllast Miss Lida Cook has returned week. home for the vacation from More-heaMiss Ida Tyree, of Pittsburg, is where she has been attending MADE visiting here. school. Miss Luoy Baugh returned C, Mrs. A. J. Pike was visiting rela- with het and is now her guest. tives here. The Pine Hill Mining Company, Many old soldiers now feel the the say they will start up in June. effects of the hard service they en: , ........ .1.. A Jv Messrs. Rob G. H. Reynolds, mi. O nu aureci aurink uie wui. Hf. BHVl erts. Houston and others attended derson of Rossville, York county',! Court last week. It .years xperience in Petin.. who saw the hardest kitrAW iHHt i 3!is. Jrtorse Mioeinsr a of sevice at the fort, is now I; WILDIE. quently trobled with, rheumatic., taiso oene .' oiacu had a severe a'.tack lately," h J.V",, llv" and to supply it to his friend """UrSMPUiat Street. Alt Vernon, Coffey is confined to his neighbors, as ever family jslipul Toe nwrv-- v room with pneumonia. bottle have a ... .. of it in their hpm e . i,..iAi". ..:. i W. D. Atbertonof Lincoln coun- not only lor rucuuiuuaui, uui 0 YEARS' backs sprains, sewelljngs, t ty, was in Wildie last week. bruise and burns lor which it Frank Anderkin, of near here, equalled. For sale by M. C. was granted a pension a short time N. Williams. Mt. Vernon Ky since. CIRCUIT COURTi Mrs. Anna Hayes has been very Trade Marks Dcsions BHvV sicktfor. several davs but is better ..h-,'"- - Mrs. Dr. E.J. Blown, of tnrA. ums the truest of her sis Mrs. J A. Mullins last week. Mrs. Rosa Nesbitt, of Mt. Ver non, was the guest of Mrs. J o Magee la.--t week i. W. A. Morrow and wife spent kpa few days here last week.he, guest ft of W. R. Dillion and family. " , ' C nwimati (,! i subscriber to the Ivcan- get tne weeuiy Dispatch for 50 cts. Commercial, 40 cts. Courier Journal, (twice a week) 25 cts. - DAVIS & SON Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at fair orices. ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. Q--- . TV rU-1-, A Corner i General Merchandise A1J DEALERS IN PoDa$v' $i-7- 'inquire'.. 5 Fttriti"& 'Trade 25 cts. tf. T; MT. VERNON, KY . .lisst t?.:vT Terrell 1 2r Brodhead Marble Works W. H. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR. JtANUPACTURKR AND Dl'Al.KR IN I ROWLAND. Monnuments and Tomb Stones. Ijacksmith, i fcirodhoacl, Ky, Mt. Vernon Collegiate-Institute, d, WkGON IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. Fall Session Opens Sepember Academic, Intermediate, and 6, 1898. iflv Special Normal Work for Teachers AS GOOD AS L. M- SCROGGS. Principal - Gentry, Primary, Departments. t. WfttKftr iKIl 1: . -- tfaBKmMAj lrr . . if ' , 4? Mrs. Ke'lton, oi'Conway afternoon ;after returu Tor srcurinirpaicuis. the Eighth' Congressional District- werevisiting at Uncle John Smith's dictments. Eight for f Jlunn A Co. rccclTO fl RkcnL bnrKC, la tbo met at Lawrenceburg, June 1st, on Saturday last. murder. Liquor and pistol! Mfttiotttttt HKJk. HI?I HrfrMiv wNoklr. lVVfTf and the following resolutions were large majority,, in the batch; ImLwTmr iMiiut dr. a Bdentlflo lodrnal. Torrnfl. S3 S. C. Franklin and wife, of Mt. offered and adopted: IHVr moatbs, tU Bold by all nowedr.ileri. fr Baker was acquitted on c. Resolved, That on Saturday, Vernon, visited the family of T. J. gin uo."86,Bfoai!wi"'NewiorK of detaining a girl Will Hutidte; t35 if Bt.. wasmneton. u. v. July 9, 1898, at two o'clock, a mass Hayes, on Sunday last. inH case for the killing of John t ysmmsari meeting be held at the courtUncle John Blazer was in our rencewas submitted to the j houses of the respective counties of town last week with a nice lot of this morning. The cases of tie eighth Congressional district strawbetries. G. Mvllius. Pate and Elza La n mfm n tn select delecatcb to attend a. wife went to ford, are set for today. Bethuruin H. H. Wood and Democratic convention as herein nt HA'Sttv Aheedv anil nerninnpnt. Berea, Mouday to attend the Dec vs. W. G. Mullins, was decided for; mm palt rhenm und eczeuni, mm Cham. provided for the purpose of selectTs Kye and flirt nfonrlotifr SIdn Ointment la oration Day services. t ail equal. It relieves the Itch. ing a Democratic candidate for !l smarting uhnot inbtantly and ,W. H.Jones went to Madison Congress from said district. n periuiinent uiiuru use Some of our subscribers are coin- - f'Z-- It silo cures euvcis biirW's itrh Resolved. Thac the basis of rep-- , county,. Sunday to see his granditch. s father who is very low. plaining of not getting the Signal MH;iead; poie nipples, itching piles. resentation of said respective u imr.iit, enronic sovo eyes and and we will at Wildie to the district convention be KlIUl llll.s. Mjole Parsouswas up from Silver be compelled to ask Uncle Sam for each 100 votes and v one delegate 'find It Inn Powdni-dill's fm. Creek, Sunday last on his wheel. to lnnk into the matter. I'e the best tonif. blood nurifiei one delegate in addition for each , ,. -. y,Jopes Fish attended court at imtBj,Pilio, HJcentif, Soldby fraction over 100 votes cast for the Mt. Vernon several days last week. in leading Democratic electors COURT CALENDAR. national election. Prof, Phillips says if you want County Court. 'Fourth Mon- Resolved, That at the hour of to be known you must go to work, day in each month.,. .V J'hi mured rnim LiNKnn oil or 5 o'clock on Tuesday afternoor, for he never saw his name in a with a jr illon W""lpso Quarterly Cqurt. Fiist MonJuly 12. 1898. a district conven- paper until he went to farming. day iu January, April, July and tion at Danville of the delegates The Professor should take the October. choien as above provided be held. Signal. For when we tickle you, Circuit Court. Second MonResolved, That all persons who you should tickle us.( Ed. day in February, Fourth Monday in May and Thitd Monday in Sep. voted for the Bryan electors at the , are1 tember. last national election and who LIVINGSTON. Mt. Vkrnon Police Court. qualified voters at the time of the Third Monday in each month. mke B.Uloni n! tlii VEItY ffxLSM mass conventions herein provided UttT UNT In tlo WOULD BmS& VTq3uie(v. Mrs. B. N. Roller was in Stanlorfi ir for are held, or will be such at the ford last week. next succeeding election, as well from , Willis Adams was out as such other persons of Demo of ntblll. Is wn Monn mnnnrj-- . timn participa- Garrard last week. Wiiirs in nnd la Absolutely sot cratic faith who, by their II AMU .. .. ... imuum in J1EST Of roitosov. Manufacturers 1'IIXT Mi convention tion in such mass n.niis. irli in nU ccxxl Dnliitcr-- i um.. m..,i i. Mrs. Joe Clancy is visiting rela irrnmiil let. teiit Tnirc. v.i ir,..,i.i. ... .. of Li mi1, and brick. nnr herein named, and who shall there- tives in Somerset. Ill do It. It l tlm Covmok Sen.k nJ They also furnish Lime, Building Hotob STj fo DCTTLn pclni can Lo ioiiiIvm by claim themselves obligated to Asvcoe Mat Ballard has returned to his Stone, either quarry face or cut. support the nominee of the disBig Hill. Orders promptly filled. trict convention, shall be entitled home at S. D, McKinney was in Junction to participate." (ovtuCl x. Blister. Prel orOnip. V'.UAmAR PAINT CO., St. Louis, Mo Iji pursuance to the above, a City the first of the week. .old and auamntoed bi IPHOVCD convention of the Democracy of INQER. Miss Dell Thompson, of London, M. C D.N. Williams. Runkcastle county is hereby called Mt, Vcrh6n, Ky. is the guest of Mrs. Dr. J. S. Cooper PR2PAID. "$ J: to meet at tne court house in Mt. r... i"jfc&m&&ZmtoM'i!jit Mrs. Sam Ward has returned KMi.'i Vernon on Saturday, July 9U1, at 37iT.VW-aUh mi j.ivr 4r fn cewlni? ifiMi'ieirxi mrJ f f.'AiMllEwrl anil 2 p. hi. for the purpose above des- after a visit to friends aud relatives fcjCfi.t.lVV.'lf rr.ltirtili. ' . . J5. wt rrr in Grrrard. ignated. W. J. Si'Auks, Ch'm., men to war. J xrfiiti I!9?J rante! joyears. I( Democratic County Committee machine i not it. Dave aud Miss Luna Herrin TO fRIi A CCtlIN ONE DAY Isfnctoryiujodiys money will be re. Take native Bromo Quinine Tab have returned from a visit to Mt. I'tndcd. fcndcas!i t;ugi.st relund money Willi order. Dc Vernon. I8crlptlve clrcula; BRODHEAD icure. bur sale hv M. 'sent on oppll Mrs. W. B. Dillion ''has returned IVlllinuis, lion. WHAVNE lM'K'Q CO., from Lincoln after a visit to her i oct 6 6111 LOUI3VILLB. 400 FOURTH AVE.. jvlrs. Mattie Carter is not so well. mother. ' Born to the wife of H. Reynolds, Miss Mae Miller, of Mt, Vernon, , ' a fine girl. was the guest of Mrs. Brack Graves the first of the week. ..... - w i,iir jiij r It li"r, Rev. A. J. Pike preached at Oak trutiliitf, Sidney McGuire, ofSilver Creek, r rillat iifl Hill, Sunday. j! til foiuittil ftx V lit Ul Icll is visiting his parents, Mr. and ur wlo v W. H. Cpllyer has been rushed ji K Mrs James McGuire. his bwiincss for quite a while. in Ii tfe :Deiiiocratic Committee, , 4 . 'Mnd ,. i IP1? umna lurynujouru .jMH 'Bmm K ij&ntft 'frMWHHlr 1 .HK ,lBru ':. . Town Lots for Business and Dwelling House. desirable In the most Part nCTown near new Depot. Call and see ' them. Wm. FIELDS 5 " .Livingston UOPYRIQHTB OLC AAniDttmi miT frco nhother an B .LmtAbla. Commnnlr&- . Handbook n l'ttcrits r A mjmm W-un,i;o 1 i itii!Bm lii seases. j - tM Vm Jfm 4 i 1 GREEN FRONT oooDrug Store Drugs, con-tie- post-offic- e; Medicines, Groceries a m TOBACCO AND CIGARS tha-las- t fes" Cheap, I Cheaper, C. C Cheapest DAVIS &, CO Ki9iy UR GRAND OFFER MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY r,. Im To keep our preat factory busy, ami intrdduce early our splen did '98 models we have concluded to f wm make a marvelous offer dlrct to the rider. For 3o days we will bell samples of our swell '98 bicycles at net cost to manufac ture and will ship, C. O. D. on approval to any address on receipt of the nominal sum of $1.00 (if west of Denver, $5). This4wmm . deposit is merely, to show good faith on purchaser's JJUrii 14 JfWU UUII hgiiab bwo...M .mviiv; ... uuvuliU) acnu your express aeiits guaranty for charges one way and we will pay them the other if you don't want the wheel. ? Mm Wis f Lm rOSifll" yVtatapVrn fVtSWpl I -- .,.. ment. Special prlco on eamplo cranks, arch crown, larco detachable joints, sprockets, hnndsoupct Cnlih dnd decorations, Jlorgun Wright, Iraa nlni.ll. llllllinllIn(nllA liti.K trrrtiln nnntn ntilnlr Mri.l. i;mviuin w...tM.p' -two-plocSc PB 'iasrvni1 iinproTod 1 J9 J llghet crado, ciubod) ln oyer jr Into Improyep mcDt of raluo, 1!( inch iuiportod tubing. florh v i "'w.BHBimiimuiw.w. $.7,W. 'mm i. WmnMnm V 11IUA I, ., Jjftiendld' macbJno, equal to any for uervlco and easy running. DestlH inch Pnleas tnbluu, two piece cranks, uMi crown, detachable eprockt.'l, toSf finished und doaoratod, Morgan & Wright, quick repair tires, slnglo or donblo tnbo, high grade equipment. Our special sauiplo prlco $24.00t 1 ILONfifP rg,n Dest'tnodlum gmdo for ISM. Wt inch tublnc, striped and decorated, arch bcurlngB, ball retalnors, best Indiana or Now crowni , 519.00. Brnnswlck tires, Etnndard oqulpment. Special prlou on eamplo dunt-pro- of NOTE. Choice of Color, Style, Height of Frame, Gear, etc. Fully Guaranteed. Yon will bo surprised at the appearance nnd quality of thoso wheels. Ilon't wait, order now while this offer is open. Prices will bo much manor soon. You can muko Hit; Money a our Agent, solllnufoms. Wo giro our ascnts choice of cash, the frco uie of u sample wheel, or gift of a wheel, uccordingto work dono. yf'l Do You Want Cheap Wheels? We havo numbers of 1S0J and 1807 raodol wheels of various makes nnd Btjles, uomoulittle shop-wor- n, but all new Subscribe for t SIGNAL $r.j a year. - .... m 4 Wheels Slightly Used, Moaern Types, - - i jf Hi.W 10 OlO. UU.. $8.00 to $12.00 nn am I t tfVIMWWVWVAAWV Our business and reputation uro known thrnnjlmut the country. Hcforoncea nnr it express companios, or any bank In Cliicano. Art Catalogue free, Becuro agency it wlna. tli- -, I The J L. Mead Cycle Co., Ghk?go. h SN u i s 4 Professional Cards.' '! Go It. I To The Grand Ficnie At Adams Mrs.J. N. Sharp accompanied her husband here to court Full report of court proceedings 3, 1898 next week. t oim-ci.- ear will Davis'. t J A Mt Vernon Signal. Vernon. Ky Junk mall entered nt the Ml. Vtrnw- -, !., r.if-offlc- ai ., iya(tr Mrsv W. A., Morrow was with berjiusbaudhere during court. Reduced to Dus and two Other Forts at Santiago, Cuba jyestcrda-fH- Gracie Lee, is the name of the the .new nrrtyninti,R,. H. Live-say- 's. Wore the Walls P. A. Pennington, D. D. S., M. D.j A leather collar for 60c up to DENTST, $2 50 at S. W. Davis'. A side saddle for $3.00 and tip N W Cor. Third aud Cliestnut Sts., Jackson, weie'Hission-e- r LOUISVILLE. KY. held to $15.00 at S. W. Davis'. White ccHKs placeV a The only collar pad at S. Wi LoUltVILLC & NASHVIUX R. R. Co. mwSr LOCAL TIME . of Morro though handcuffPrcy raised a over on moondhinHmng hereiHRul trial, & N. Day Man iNortn Pay Mail South . Night Ex. North Night Ex. South J. A. CARD. 11:39 a " 2:22 p in 1:34a m 1:48 am Landrum, Agent. CHURCHES. The Signal is under obligations to Capt. B. N. Roller, master of trains, for courtesies extended. Grant Baker has a curiosity in By the American Fleet Unthe shape of a chicken.' der the Command of it walks or hops .vith only one leg. Admiarl Schley Dr. John Mason Williams, of Louisvillp, has beetl visiting home-folk- s here during the week? 3h6 Spanish Ship, Alfonso is clerking in the Elmer Hansel XIII. was Captured by store of the Rockcastle Lime Comthe St Paul. pany. Chrntin at 11 ft. n. Hold serTlces lit and at 6:30 p.m. Sri Sunday iJatnrJay Services on the Second Suuday and Sunday. utfht School it 9 1 n every Sunday. Proycr tattling 011 Tnetday niUts. Her. J C Car-m- i pptiit Church t a, vaitor. Pritbyterlan lloldt tervlcei on the Ounday MAtONIC. 1th The Christian Endeavor Society will give a strawberry festival ' at All Europe is Throwing All are Mrs, A. Scott's Kisses at Uncle Sam and invited. Miss Columbia. J. W. Marler and the Krueger boys did valiant work in the rescue of the men from the collapsed lime "All Hail the American aigle kiln. The Proud Bird No Mon Wanted. The address of Chas. to-nig- Castecl who lives somewhere Laurel county. Address this fice. in of- Can invalglc, to Trow Salt On His Beautiful Tail." Aihland Lodge No. SiO meets 3rd Moil day 10 Am. Ith Monriny 0.30 I'm. LOCAL g? OTHERWISE. Judge Lair was here Tuesday. J. II. Fish is in from Stanford. Rome Adams" was here Wedncsday. J. T. Stephens was in from putanta. A new girl at Mit since Suuday. Dis- - Hackley's Mrs. B. P. Martin, of Stanford, isitiug relatives here. rank Bryant and little daughter re up from Livingston. Browirhas been transfer- idTrom Sinks to Jcllieo. logs are dying with cholera a miles south of town. Deputy Thompson Joseph merchant, U. S. Marshal G. C. was here Tuesday. Coffey, the Livingston was here Monday. Mrs. Parish, ot Pine Hill leaves' for a visit to Virginia. 0. W. Turpin, of Hazlc Patch, at Brodhead, Sunday. Six members of the family of B. F Adams are down with fever. G. A. Morgan the "wool agent'" was wooling around town Wedneswas over day. A siding is being put in by the Rockcastle Lime Co , near the big Yiii. Jas. Bloomer and Buck Vnrnon were in from Level day. Green, Tues- Deputy Nels Griffin left yester-'da- y with five U. S. prisoners for Frankfort. Fred Hayes was arrested and jailed on an old U. S. warrant, Weduesday. Doc Langford and Mrs. Tec Lawrence, of Brush creek; were married last week. ,,Dr. E. Dr. Benton, of Brodhead and J. Brown, of Stanford, were here the first of the week. If you want your sewing machine made new, call on or write J. Barrett, Mt. Vernon. Ky. Miss Tilda Jones, who has been sojourning here for several weeks, has returned home. and A. C. Stapp went to Somerset by buggy, (ever and returned Wednesday. closet has been The Court-hous- e and a new one erected Etmidcwn ) jist below the spout spring. C. C. Davis and cleared for action. E. Fishback, the old reliable, who has held the wires down at Livingston for years, is roosting at tunnel No. 5. It is to be hoped he will soon be placed in the Dispatchers office. He is a mightv good man. Write this office if you want to aiy or sell real estate. Give fun A tribute of respect to my father iwrrintion of what you have to Joseph Craig, who died May 23, 1898, aged 84 years. He survived 1 Mrs. Lou M addux. at one time" his faithful wife aud tender mother oV reporter from Livingston, was two years and four months. It is 1."' TLrtJn. Stflf. nete trotn flt'll wiiners, xucauu visi- hard to give up such dear ones but S. J. R. our loss is their gaiu. ng friends. Take your watches, clocks and Cape Haytien. June 1. The spectacles to S. C. Franklin at Sig full details of the bombardment at nal office to have them repaired. Santiago de Cuba last evening are The Masonic Lodge meets on as follows: An American cruiser, accompathe Second Monday in each month at io a. m. The Macabees meet nied by one gunboat, one armored auxiliary cruiser, an Atlantic linei. on 2nd Tuesday night. and two torpedo boats approached The editor inspected Stanford's to the harbor, with telephone system Monday. H. C. the entrance decks manned foi action. Wray, the gentlemanly manager, The Iowa, Massachusetts, Texas gave us many points on the workand New Orleans, outside of the ings. mouth of the harbor, kept up a The JEina. Insurance Company's continuous fire at Fort Punta adjuster refused to tettle the claim Gorda. of G. W. Marler on the loss of his A Sp'a'n'islr armored cruiser openbarn and has posted a reward of ed fire o'ri tie advancing Anierican $250 for the arrest and conviction fleet, using their of the incendiary. effect ori the Atlantic shots took Hugh Miller is now agent for liner. he Standard sewing machine, one The for ts were completely de of the best on the market. Go and stroyed. The Spanish ship, Cristo tf bal Colon retreated within the see its work. The second Kentucky Regiment harbor to escape destuction by the will probably lose its identity by ) shells from the American guns. beiug meiged into the 178th regu-ula- r Schley followed through the narrow channel and engaged the annj volunteers. Spanish fleet in the harbor, sinkE. T. Fish and Robert Ping, of ing one Spanish cruiser. The. this place, were mustered into auxiliary cruiser, St. Paul, was Company C 3rd regiment at Lex- sligtitly injured in the engagement. ington last week. Egbert 12 a cor- Many Spaniards were killed and poral. No JJAmericans were wounded. Morrow will make this a killed and but few wounded. Judge The American battleship Texas three week's term of court instead old Judge aint afraid is said to have sunk the Spanish of one. The ship V'scaya in the harbor. of work. He never shirks. The St. Paul captured the richest Congressional candidates, Gov was McCreary, J. B. Thompson and prize of the war yesterday. It finest one of the G, G. Gilbert, will speak at Mt. the Alfonso XIII.: in tlie Spanish navv. She had on Vernon on Monday. June 27th. board 2,300 Spanish soldiers and Why is it that our jail is allowed supplies of ammunition for Havana to remain a dtingeon? Why not put in some windows that give light? Dr. W J. Childress is back from More ventilation is also needed. Louisville Medical school, and will Those of our patrons who iiud teach his home school at Flat rock. their accounts in other hands for Young Childress is, and will contincollection, have only themselves to ue to be. an honor to his neighborto blame. Indulgcncy has a stophood and the trustees did right in ping point somewhere. giving him the school. Forty-seveteachers were exUiiDatd tax list due amined last week. Twenty re- W. G. Mullius has been placed in certificates; twen ceived the hands of G. V. Owens and T. e received second aud third J. Cress who will be here class certificates; and two failed. and at Brodhead next Saturday iamil of Col. August, Pine June nth to meet parties owing The Hill, will locate at Richmond, Lex- this tax. ington or Stanford, or some point Superintendent Davidsou compliwith convenient train connections mented our County Sup't Davis, on to the Pine Hill mines. securing the services of Profs. S. J. M. Lucas was here from Con- H. Martin and W. R. Dickerson, way on Wednesday last. He re- men of unquestioned ability and ports his corn crop tix inches exporience in their line, of work, high; lie has moved his saw mill for examiners. n ex-sher- iff racket by threatening to whip a Commissioner The witness. No.. 1 baled hay for sale at socts. to fine prisoners, wit- - by A. H, Bd'tirf'Gjab Orchard. threatened ucsses and all, which finally restord Buggy harness for $5.50 complete order.Hand made wagon breeching for Town ordinances should be pub at S. W. Davis'. Every 25 lished in a newspaper. f am prepared to take photo-- , other towri with a newspaper does graphs, and will be pleased to have 56. Merely writing them out and posting thein around town where your order. Mrs. S. W. Davis. they are quickly torn down by rain and other means, is too flimsy a Hay. No. 1 Timothy baled' hay for manuer af doing business. sale. Orders; Iledpromptly by A, Uncle- William Newcomb was 80 H. Baston, Crab Orchad. Write years old on"May 22nd. On that for prices. tf date his nephews and neices, Mrs Wanted. Sixteen good mules James Jones, Mattie and Lena For government purposes. Must Newcomb, Mrs. James Maret and be from 7 to 9 years old, W. J. Newcomb, accompanied by sixteen hands high. Apply to A. "aunt" Jane Tewcomb visited him, R. Scott, Mt. Vernon, Ky. vith them a nice taking ale had an enjoyable spread, Wanted. Good man, with or hd in the afternoon. without experience to handle a new day andv line of Pianos and Organs forja Loui inual elocutionary isville The four house. Apply to held at Walton's contestiwil A C Stapp. t ptau ford, June 17th Opera Hoi This office has inquiries from a y Judge K. u. upenii - and tobacco at tha Green Front drug store. , J5SF"Fine cigars S. N. -4 t SURVEYOR - Davis - Mtv.Vernon, JECy best b Also, an Ageut for the Tailors hi the world. DRS. G. B. & J. H. and LAWRENCE-PHYSICIAN- SURGEONS. (Rice ftaTOfiice at residence property) opposite the Southeast corner of Court yard., - - KY. MT. VERNON, C. C. Atorney-at-Law, WILLIAMS, t. Vernon, Ky. first-clas- s, BQiOffice on 2nd floor of new brick on Church street. Special attention given to collections. G. W. McCLURE, 37-3- V" Williati a star partici ville4, ' bung ladies, each elocution, will Dan- tgetowu, Vernon and other" by oils ladies: w Starfc youugwaa MrAt r L&; brd man who wishes to buy a small Mt. Vernon, Ky. farm not far from town. Persons All business entrusted to my care hav'ng farms or real estate for sale will receive prompt , attention. are invited to consult the editor of Office on Second floor , brick., tf. representented thih paper. on Church street. Hitest young NoTieE. All persons indebted tc the estate ofT. J. Coffey, deceased, DR. A. G.,LO.VELL, Pleasure Ridge are hereby notified that they must Physician and Surgeon, iy. May 25th, settle up at once, or their accounts will be placed for collection. ' Miss Alma MT VERNON, iY A. W. Stewart, Adm'r. Office North bide Mam street ler is a tine of-new- AttOrneatLa w . -. . ed on the farm, in a For Sale. capacity of good neighborhood; 100 acres ion. Miss cleared. Well watered. Reason d accom- - ably good buildings. Price Mow Stark down. Apply to A. H. Evans. ?fofiKvat this C. A. Fish, of Paint Lick, was rs. We visiting A. J. Fish of this place. ) 125-arcr- e Attorney at Law, MT. -- R. G.WILLIAMS, VERNON. . '- KY. ;, By- - WheiuYdurHofse SWM 1 Is Shod lie hup- - ' SI r ftiftfafJ collapse'cl' owner, am jrtiing the yime Co., rrueger, (tne son were 1m- - prisorfSfiH unarjfwl brickr ana in a of the kiln of rock and f quickly spread want a man with a saw mill to cut 300,000 feet of lumber. I will furn ish logs on yard. Work to be begun as goon as possible. Location, good mill site with plenty water, 7 miles South of Mt Vernon. Write or call on me at once. J. W. Marler. Mt vernon Ky 25 tf Contractors, Attention. ' ' m TH OJSITA YLO R vi y b . . 'M Blacksmith., You may depend upon it that.' . has been done in a scientific man- uer and the shoes will stav on until worn out. & CASH. it-,-- Ints hundreds of 'children rushed ras believed that dout of the un it tuey could De Ljcalls from the No. me,w to thevsc the lite wai fortiniatei HIDE MARKET. 1 Hotel Frith Brodhead, heardana franticl rescuef through fae. Work of niedialely begun file eastern eyes of the kitf perilov irforty minutes of first-clas- s ty-fiv- itfder tottering walls, ' Kru'e Mr. wis drawn out from his prisoi tot badly injured. Gib son was fo'uudiiear the other eye but it required nearly three hours work beftre'Jic was rescued. His injuries wasome bruises aud a broken rib.V'A mighty shout went up from the crowd when he was pulled out. The men had gone down in the kiln tor the purpose it with brick aud were of going on with the work when the accident occurred. Some scaffolding and planking is what saved the men from being crushed. They had n tight squeeze of it ns it was, Lime injured both men's eyes. Mr, Krueger, still suffering, was out Wednesday morning showing workmen Where to- dig the found- tiou for a new kiln. The old one will be torn down. One year ago Will Hasty lost his life by the falling of the wajl of this kiln. SEE Ky. tail 75c to $1 25 Livery Aatthed Good " " dry flint hides per lb 10c to 12c. Meet all Trains, Day and Night. " "Jsheep hides 20c 1040c each Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited. Will fur " " goat hides 20 to 30c each nish lunches on all Trains. " ' dog hides 20c to 25c each " " tallow 1 c to 2c per lb, W. A. (J ARSON SCall on S. W. Davis, Mt. Vernon, Ky. WHOOpING COUSH " F. FRANCISCO, Propr. green hides per lb 6 to 7c Located at the DepotSaw2?ar. horse hides, mane and ) The best built Vernon, with 5 rooms house inffit While John and James Colyer ana kiicbh uuu best cellar in i were digging a well at their home the cotin uk lot. for sale in the west part of town, and had or will t rtn. Call reached the cleptl of about 14 feet, on CIIUTEK. they dug ifk pj rts of a human 22-skull; the frotf Hai t of the lower jaw with the tee and part of skull over the eye, we en good shape. old person; the teeth indtcat r and 'the place Irom winch they were taken seemto have once been a s'uknole. You old people, put on your, tlynkiug cap and go a.vay back in the years past. HjtRE. 1 11 lH VK ouk a. I had a little boy who was nearly dead from an attack ot whooping Mt. Vernon and Brodhead, cough, My neighbors recomended Kentucky. Chamberlin's Cough Remedy. I Will be pleased to give estimates did not think that any medicine on work. Satisfaction guaranteed. would help him but after giving him a few doses of that remedy I noticed an improvement and one bottle cured him entirely. It is tho best coutih medicine I ever had in the house J. L. Moore, South Burgettstown, Pa. For sale PRACTICAL EMBALMER M. C, & D. N. Williams bv STANFORD, KY. EVERYBODY LOOK. Stock Complete. Telegraph OrdSewing ers a Specialty. I am selling the Singer Machine on easy terms and keep all kinds of sewing machine needles oil bands, shuttles, aud everything that belongs to a seving machine. Split Hickory Spokes. white Will sendlneedles'.by mall to anv ad 2x2, 30 inches long, all $12 per M ress. I also clean and repair all kinds grade or better of machines. YoU can see me nere 2x2, 30 inches long, red, 6' per M, W. M. Owens every Saturday. long, red, 28 inches Mt Vernon Ky .' 4 per M,". chr 28 inches long, white, ',".' I have been a sufferer from war t 6perM. onic diarrhoea ever since the s Single Tree Billets. and have Used all kinds of fdr it. At last I found one ZX33, 38 inches long, white, feniedy that has been a success as a ., To be delivered at any statiop ' cure, dhd that is Chamberlin's Colici Remedy. between Hazel Jt'atdi anu crab ur .&&& Cholera and Diarrhoea P. E. 5risham. Gaars Mills, Lrt. hard. Eof sale by M. C. & D. N, WilL. L. Jarrett, Inspector,, liams. Brodhead, Ky. Painter And Paper Hanger, J. C. McClary UNDERTAKER. ii WANTED ixi. lxi, . medi-ciue- tfl -;: $l6Per:, 1 C '"Wf?, ii.. What You Get When You Do GAVE THEM BAIT. lid in. Vert em hwnllliwnl It nnd as ItesuU Ciiiiinimlorn Schley Now Has llliu I" a Trap lit SantUgo. Mor.K perso: IV rrincc Albert lH l ' UNFORTUNATE COLORS. V znidicato from your hlood nil poisonous The following dispatch has been retaints and thus romovc tho cause of ceived here from a newspaper corresDo you buy HOOD'S B.irsapaiilla pondent with the American licet off only Hood's? If you do, you may and do Cuba: talto it with tho utmost confidence that it Huntiago "Off Santiauo ik Cunx, Mny :U. Rorucmbor do you good. will Commodore Schley and the Hying squadron has the Spanish tlect bottled up in tho harbor of Santiago do Cuba, Jl.y Is America's Oroatcst Medlclno. $1; six for & the most clever maneuvering, the commodore allowed the Spaniards to think Hood's Pitts euro indigestion. 25 certs. he had left in disgust. They took the bait and ran into the harbor. ComWhy He HIiiimI Olltslili-- . Benevolent Old Gent Hoy, why do you modore Schley moved down M,ondny stdnd on the doorstep Rhivcring? Why don't morning, and at 0 o'clock, going close jou go into theI house? not, sir; fatlier and to the harbor, ho saw the Chrlstobal Small Hoy dare Colon, the Maria Teresa and two tor e mother nrc Ilisciminc Hie question: "Is He believes the entire a failure?" nnd niotncr has got fattier pedo boats. ilnwn and giving it to It int. Can't you hear tlect is there. You hod better move on, "Commodore Schley has acted upon liim lien inouicr gew 10 arguing sue his own information and judgment for .Km nor. ni.iUea things irorifiiia vi'nrm for lin.iiara the past six days and believes the .Moments. whole Spanish licet is there. SlinUe Into Your Shoe "He sat on tho after triangle of the Allen's Fool Rase, n powder for the feet. Hrooklyn Monday morning until after Tt rurri painful, swollen, nervous, smarting tho discovery of the tlect, and ho then feet and instantly takes the sting out of went to breakfast, saying: oms and bunions. It! the greatest comfort " 'I huve got them, and they will makes Jiscoveryof the age. Allen's Foot-Eas- e tight or new shoes feel easy. It is a cprtain never get home.' '' eure for sweating, callous and hot. tired, achThe United States auxiliary cruiser Sold by nil druggists ing Teet. Tru it anil shoe stores, c Trial packago FKRE. St. Paul arrived hero Monday morning and was sent to Mole St. Nichols with Address Allen S. Olmsted. I.e Roy, N. Y. dispatches. She captured a coal ship Itrnnnn Rnonch. which was sent to Key West by Capt. Hiss Wantknow What do you suppose Slgsbce in charge of prize erew. makes the figure of Cupid such a faorito coal was undoubtedlya intended, for Tho the with silvotsmitliH? Spanish fleet. It is believed there is Mis Knnwall U'h piobably cupidity. Jewelers' Weekly. not much coal at Santiago lie Cuba. The otticcrs and men of the flying Many People Cumin I lrinlc squadron arc jubilant over the fact coffco at night. It spoils their sleep. Yon that the location of the Spanish licet ran drink Orain O when you please andsleep .like a top. For Grain-- does not stimulate; has Anally oeen definitely established. The temperature here is 110 degrees it nourishes, cheers nnd feeds. Yet it looks and tastes like the best coffee. For nervous in the shade, nnd in the steel turrets persons, young people and children Grain-the heat is actually beyond the power Made from pure of imagination. is the pcrfeet drink. grains. Get n package from your grocer toTho American ships here are the day. Try it in place of coffee. 15 and 25c. Itrookly Texas, Massachusetts, Iowa, Marblchcad and Vixen, an auxiliary Mnrrlnue find Love. "A man," said the Cununinsville Sage, torpedo gunboat. "marries a uoitinn because he loves her, and N'ASHiNnrox, May V,0. It is definitewoman loves a man because she wants to ly known where Adm, Cervera's fleet marry him." Cincinnati l'mpiirer. Is. The Spanish squadron is nnchorcd in the harbor of Santiago, and the To Cure a. Colli In One Day l .il,i Laxative Itromo Quinine Tabletf. All problem remajns for the commanders 'Tiririhti refund moiievif it fails to cure of the American fleet. to dispose of the enemy, cither by corking the bottle or 'T thought she was a dream before I her,' he said. "And now?" queried by forcing the long narrow passage 'his friend. "Well, I am convinced that and smashing the strong Spanish . (!n?ams0 by contraries." Hrooklyn Life. squadron at the anchorage its commander has chosen. It has been the Ii I iicc I'iso's Cure for Consumption hot in Adm. ampson that family and practice. Dr. O. W. 'atter- - opinion of IJr. ny Adm. Cervera would seek either Santijuicii., xsov. o, isui. ion inkier, ago or C'ieufuegos as a naval refuge Ktiiics of Friendship. "How r.weet to mid base, and ther movement of tho l.ivm a friend whom you can tr rust'" "Yes American squadrons has proceedspecially if he iloenn t ask you to trust him," two ed upon this basis. Chicago Record. Strong and effective as arc the Span ish ships, representing as they do tho flower of the Spanish navy, every ar"IDOJUYOWNWOBK." gument in naval strategy compelled shel"Bo Says Mrs. Mary Rochlotto of Adm. Cervera cither toofseek the Santiago or ter of the close harbor Llndon, Now Jorsoy, hi hia return to Spain, and he chose to make Lottor to Mrs. Plnkhafca. "His standout Santiago. That ho would it , rt If was bothered with a fla-i- ; which J Krhich has never been entertained in would be quite annoying' at times, and American naval circles, although his bhlps, without exception, havo high At others would almost stop. "I used prescriptions given me by my qualities, owing to their great speed, for such n contest. On tho other hand nhvsician. "but tho it was believed the Spanish admiral same stale would attempt to run into San Juan of affairs du I'orto llico, but the fact of the continued. recent bombadment of the forts " After o of the (harbor, coupled with the 'tiruo I was great possibility" that Itr. AiSn. Samptaken with son's fleet would be met if he attempta flood i up, ed to cuter that harbor, left the Span'that I wan ish admiral only one alternative, and obliged to he adopted it by going to Santiago, 'keepmybed. where,- it is presumed, he has been Pinajly, in able to coal, clean and repair, and is in despair, I a position to accept either the condigavo up my doc- jCrT tions Imposed by the blockade or tho tor, and began issue of a fight in the inner harbor, t taking your medi- after the American fleet has forced tho csine, and havo certainly been greatly passage. benefltcd by its use. It has been thought that the cam"LydiaE.Pinlcham'pVegetahlc Compaign against Adm. Ccnvera might pound has indeed been a friend to tn. now bo ended by demolishing tho forts " I am now able to do my own work, at the entrance of the harbor of Santhanks to your wonderful medicine. I tiago, blockading the channel and isowas as near death I believo as I could lating the Spanish fleet until the other be, so weak that ray pulso scarcely beat problems of tho war arc worked out. And my heart had almost given out. I This, however, is not in tho line sould not havo stood it one week l.iore, with American policy and is simply I am sure. I never thought I would accepting the view of the situanaval by the tion taken bo so grateful to any medicine. ' I shall uso my inlluenco with any experts here. Adm. Cervera vlll have to accept battle at once. It is confi.one suffering as I did, to have them use Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable dently expected that a hard blow will be struck within three or four days, Compouhd." Every woman that Is puzzled about and that the result will be known to the world at large at the expiration ol her condition should .secure tho sympathetic advice of a woman who under-istand- s. that time. It has not been is disclosed to be reWrite to Mrs. Pinlcham at whether Commodore Schley inforced, but It would not bo surprisXynn, Mass.. and tell her your ills. ing If some additional ships were sent ee-S$$0$3sto him. (lis-cas- ot Buy Modlolno is a Nlat-tof Croat Importance you get that which has tho power to or cent visit to San Interview by cla. navy that it was ana ociuey as a Dewey want? Jaundiced Mnn with licit Kccktle I Takcu for n Spnnlnrdnnilllna t St. XicuoLAii, Hnytl, Mny ni. Hood's Sarsciparilla ni.ir-triag- The man with the vcllow iaundiee leaned up aaiinst the drug store at tho corner of Harrison nnd Halstcd street and wined the rj- lcisiiruwuii u um ins lurcncau. lie was ,, badly out of breath and he consequently W talked rather spasmodically to his friend. H113. J.iiuiii.i.1 a. JJlglOIJ, "I tell you, I've bad a mighty narrow esclaims to be the firslfk v&.S. II. cape." he gasped. "Why, how s that?" asked his companion. Slchlen, of ChicagL Van feccona, "They purty near mobbed me just now woman to ride a woman's bV.,iYc, which down here on Blue Island avenoo. was done in both coses in 1887," Why, what in the deuce "Mobbed you? Differentiated. "What is the difference Wolcott, wife of Gov. are you talkin' about?" Mrs. Ilogcr between and a pessimist?" "An "That's right. That's what they purtv optimist an optimist mascot! and a pessimist Wolcott, of Massachusetts, Is erecting a near did. 'I hey just liked to got my believer in pelt, monument to tho memory "of her an- tell you an' I hadn't done a thing, cither." in hoodos." Indianapolis Journal. "What did they have agin you?" cestor, Col. William rrcscott, one of the "You see that red necktie I got on? Well, heroes of Bunker Uill. I that was tho cause of the whole trouble. Two children of Mrs. Tamcl! remain, was goin along down Blue Island when I came to a gang out in front of a saloon both in Ireland. Annie, war. hear what stopped lies in County Wicklow, and talkin'was. I wasn t doin'to tiling when tho a John Henry, avIio was a peach grower latestsings out: "Look at this Spaniard some cove right in Georgia for a number of years, now here in the crowd." Everybody turns on me an' a brick just grazes my ear. I says: 'I holds a public office in Dublin. sin't no Spaniard; what you talkin' about?' o Ileal Admiral Dewey, of " 'You bet he is: he's got the Spanish flag Manila, entered the navnl academy from on Mm right now,' yclli nnother. But" I Vermont. Graduating; a little before didn't catch on yet. 'That's right,' shouts and the war, his early active service included another man,his'the yaller's on Ins face The necktie lynch him.' the red's in participation in tho gunboat fighting whole crowd.made for me and I cut for thW I give 'em the dodge two or three n corner. that preceded the capture oCFort times and got away. But say. to and the attacks on Tort Fisher. wear a different colored necktie I've- got git till I He become a captain in 1SS2. v? over these yaller janders." Chicago ChronITenry Allen Howard can dcstrangc icle. J prince's private An Irishman t. it r - a Nnrrovr Encnpe. jk JtK 'U Oar American Poller. Ilosr'a Tli lnT We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward tTbe policy of this country regarding foreign com pi nations seems likely to remain for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured' by Hall's Catarrh Cure. conservative. The Monroe doctrine, accordF. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. ing to the declaration of our leading politiWe, tho undersigned, have known F. J. cians, will be sustained, but patience nnd prudence in official quarters will restrain the Cheney for the last 10 years, and believo hun perfectly honorablo in all business transacexuberance of public opinion. The wisest and most prudent course for the rheumatic tions nnd financially able to carry out any and the mal.irum-- i is to use Hostetter's Stom- obligations made by their tiim. ach Hittcre, which also cures kidney com- West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. plaint and dyspepsia. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Ilcttcr. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, He Wea'th will not buy happiness. acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous She No, but it will purchase a coronet. surfaces of tho system. Price 7.rc. per botUp to Date. tle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. ' Hall's Family Pills are the best. The gift of silence is often more valuabla t than the gift of speech. Ram's Horn. novIrs. f A GREAT REMEDY. Greatly Tested. Greatly Recommended. Mrs. Herzmann, of 356 Kat Mth St., City, writes: "A little more than a year ngo, tny hair began turning gray nnd falling out, auit although I tried ever so many things to prevent a continuance of these conditions, I obtained no satisfaction until I tried Dr. Ayer's Hair Vigor. After using one bottle my hair was restored to its natural color, and ceased falling out." Mrs. 11i:kz.ma.:in, 336 UastGSth St., New York City. "I have sold Dr. Ayer's Hair Vigor for fifteen years, and I do not know ol n case where ft did notgire entire satisfaction. I have been, nnd am now using it myself for dandruff and gray hair, nnd am thoroughly convinced that It is the best on the market-Nothinthat I ever tried can touch It. It affords me great pleasure to recommend it to the public." 1'kank M. Grovb, I'auns-dalAla. There's more on this subject In Dr. Ayer'H Curebook. A story of cures told by the cured. This book of too pages is sent free, on request, by the J. C. Ayer Co. Lowell, Mass. New-Yore, the-her- Don-clso- mar--lie- ': d In n Ilnvnnn Itrntnurnnt. his checks, lips and calves, drive nails asked you for a ham sandnungry Man through his feet and hands, and per- wich, didn't I? I many similar wonders. He recent Yes, scnor. form VTaitcr "Well, this isn't pork." ly gave an exhibition at the Astor house, ham Tint in Jew lork city, and demolls1ra, wf eenor." mules have Leader.as well as pigs, Cleveland wounus oi me cnaracier nooy mill JiEt. . 4k '.!"). .? An Important Point. . wnccior ah, inai was a glorious victory LITERARY NOTES. Dewey's. if Sprocketts It would seem ro, but I shall r reserve my own opinion of it until I find out "Under the Eaves" is the title of, ,il,nf innl'it nf rlinl hn riffaa .PliiMfrn new story which Bret Harte Has jEvening Xsws. completed. kj In 1S97 nearly S,000 volumes wen ctll n,.. fM &M av Thcv say that Clara considers mar- lislicd in Great. Britain, as agal: age a failure. iu lS'Jfl. ell Uli, no! Rlie uoe?n t; but she lias The assertion is made tha doubts about engagements. Puck. 20 years Alphonsc Dain last made less Mian $20,000 a yea HOW RELIEF CAME. work. From Cole County Democrat, Jefferson Germany publishes more , city, aio. ns many nooks as When la grippe visited this section, about seven years ago, Herman II. Eveler, of 811 from 20,000 to 25,000 bein W. Main St.. Jefferson. Mo., was one of the output to the 10,000 of Fro rVictims, and has since been troubled with There is a prospect of afno of tho disease. He is a well- rthe Known contractor aim uuiiucr, a uusiuess thoried life or Mme. l'atti u much iv.cntal and physical work. n journal! ten by a year ago ins neaiui ucgan o inn, uiiii nc "or many years been famjUn things. He can stick hat pins through wpi Ilr if m The toss of the hair Is one of the most seriom tosses a woman can undergo, llenutiful hair gives tunny a wotnim a claim to beauty which would be utterly wanting if the locks were short and scanty. It la almost as serious a loss when the natural hue of the hair begins to fade, and the xhinlug trasses of chestnut aud auburn are changed to gray or lo a faded shadow of their former brightness. Such a loss Is no loupcr a necessity. There Is one remedy which may well dc called a great remedy by reawn of Its great success iu stopping the falling of the hair, cleansing the scalp oj, dandruff, and the lost color to gray or faded tresses. Dr. Ayer's Hair Vigor is a standard nnd reliable preparation, in use In thousands of homes, and recommended by evcronc who has tested It nnd experienced the remarkable results that follow Us ti te. It makes hair grow. It restores the original color to liuir thnt has turned or faded It slops f;ray cleanse out. scalp of hair Irom nnd dandruff, the gives the hair a thickness and gloss that preparation cau produce. no other PAINTorWALLSGEILING! CALCBMO FRESCO TINTS paint dealer and do your own kalviralnlne. This matorlal Is mado on tclrntltta nrlnrliiles br Is superior to anr concoction of uluoand Wnltlnir luat nnd rulllcdlntKcntr-rourtlnMan- d can possibly bo niada by hand. To be mixed with Cold Water. nrnKVll FOIE NAV Ir.K rm.Olt U.tltllN ni! If rnn rannol nurrtinin IM, nmtnrlM from your local dealers lot us Vuow aud we will pat yon In tho way of obtaining It. THE MURALO COMPANY, NEW BRIGHTON, 6. I., NEW YORK. after-effect- s FOR DECORATING WALLS AND CEILINGS S3b?K?,SKr'Srf well-know- Calcimo ry musical worm. The original of Sandy, Cockpen, in Du Maurier s just died. He wasT. IJ. La, description of him is said; ably accurate. He studied? "The Ambassador," l. sentimental comedy iuifi bo produced in LondoSrj and will not be broijgb form until then. Mr.Oe who has secured nil will play the title In honor of the se' Count Leo Tolstoy, gust 2Sth (O. S.), tb of Moscow intend es mentarv school whicl name. Count Tolstoy avi the same time the fiftier' of his literary activity ouugeu to discontinue worK. mat lie is almost a miracle. He says: wat troubled with shortness of breath, itation of the heart and a general de- .My oaci; niso paincu me severely. .tried one doctor after another and bv im friemla. urnlis remprlips Lb'utthout apparent benefit, and began to give up nope. y Riipt-estp- d v303DC3DODOiODDDCDD3013D330a3f5iD333DCKD3CKiDiV Then I saw Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People extolled in a after s WHEN. HAM LET EXCLAIMED "AYE, THERE'S THE RUB!" COULD HE HAVE REFERRED TO . St. Louis paper, and investi- f IppI FOR THE MAN WHOJ Distinction. Made "Iutf that j'ou are engaged to be A .. .1 TV.!-- ., .1U, ,....i.. l"lJ HVV. MltlCIJ VllllU. J lTnnvfwntprT Ansivpr. Plprl-SL. increased ambition. m Pay business with Pink Pills for Pale People fi'Di'. Williams' (Dieted tinuodtaking them. Azstcr lasing lour ooxes oi ur. wiuiams l liPinkTills for Pale Peonle I am restored to 'LiKoodhcalth. I feel like a new man, and 4firig the will and energy of my former ys returned, I am capable of transacting medicine nnd anyone that is with shortness of breath, nalnita- tiori of the heart, nervous prostration and general dcbilitv. will find that these nills ,are the specific. HERMAN H.EVELER." Subscribed and sworn to before me, a Notary Public, this 21th day of May, 1807. ADAM POUTSCONG, Notary Public. Sir. Eveler will gladly answer any inquiry regarding this if stamri is enclosed. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cure people trous bled with the of the grippe, they net directly on tho imnure blood. ney are also a speeihcior chrome erysipelas, tarrh, rheumatism and all diseases due to puro or impoverished blood. gation, decided to give them a trial. 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The destination of neither vessel was mado CHlCAdO. known, but it is understood that they FI.OUII-Win- ter patents arc bound for southern waters. .. No. 3 Cliieueo hiirliij; Tortured fur Ho urn. COUN No. i'., Ft. Wayxk, lnd May 31. Jacob OATS No. 'J Ertlc, an aged peddler living ulone, POHIC-M- ess LAHU-blc- am was found gagged and bound Monday, vorttc. having been in that condition since FLOOR Winternkw patent Thursday. Two musked men tortured WHKAT No. i' red him for hours to get his money, but COItN-N- o. Cruiser ColumbU 111 Dry Duck. Cattlc.common.S 3 Oi Livn 4 Select ouwucrs W CAT.VKS Fair lo good light 2 llOOh Common 3 Mixed puckers 3 4i) Light Khippcis 3 33 SHEEI' Choluo t! Ill LAMUS Spring 4 W Winter fumllv Fl.OUIt (jiltAlK Wheat No i!rcd No. 3red Corn-N- o. S mixed Oats No. 'J live No. '2 19 50 HAY Prime- to choice PUOVISIONS Mess pork... I'rlniQ Mcam...... I.ard UUTTElt-Chol- eo dairy Prime to choice creamcryi . 3.V) AFI'MW-P- cr bbt POTATOKb-P- cr to bbl i mi to 4 m lift 10 110 7 3 4 3 IfcttS yeBctahlcPxcparatlonfor As- The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature VlMOiBIHRLTWTINeAJ.MSCd! ICOWiNCKtJTCiiiwe New Haven, Gonn. tt Oft similating iheToodandHcgula-Hm- J thcStomachs andDawuls of 1 1 1 t m " I " Hf"l W, !m VU D33 STOFHEU FREE. PEItMANENTLY CDREU1 Inianlty Ttneotti by DR. KLINE'S GREAT, NERVE RESTORER! iS. r4 4& 35$ 30 ISA Gxiu .n Sill 7 6ft ft PromotesDigfeslioaChccifuI-tui- ss )s ' 10 andBest.Contalns neither Opium.'Morphine Pdlttlv nH rnr.1l V.mwii. JH. KWf.n.ii . Spasm and St. Vltin' Pane. Kiti r NfrTflii.n.a.l rt.r Drat d ' on. Trutlie nd S3 trisl bottla fre I loPtl PKtl.ati. Iblr rtrlBC ftpr... thkri.coDlr wli.B eti.H. 0.A4 I Dlt. KI.INR. LU . lullarut Utltutari hmicidi, .iron auttt. riiii.ADri.niM fA, n,v.. r.f norlfincral. fit KOT NARCOTIC. ' S30 ftft 1 10 550 1 44 40 1 M 3.'J 23', K 11 07 30 saeoratsursmixLBiaim. Jmfan sfbr.Stnrui Set' It 45 u 10 6 60 a at, 64 6 1; llinrtjfud -(imfipd Jug? hUnyrmn norm n "Worms .Convulsions ft1 The Kind Allen's Ulcerlno Salve Is tbeoalr surocurela tbe irnrld for Cbranla Ulcers, Hone Ulceri. Hcroriilom Ulcers, Vnrlcote Ulcers, Wlilto Hwelllnir, Fover Narea, and all Ulil Mores. It nerer falls. Dransout all poison. SaTesoxpenss ana Buffering. Carrs permnnont. lleitsaWe for lloiu. Curbuneles. I'lle, Halt Rheum, Iltirns, Cute and all Fresh Wounds, llr mall. uiall. .lie; lares. (Uc. Uook free. .1. l, AXL.EN MK1UI:INJ CO., Sit, rnul, Minn. MolU br IlrusriUls. Best la tho world. Approrod bjr Knullsh Itoyal Society. Pretentlnif crueltr to animals. Circular free. IT. C. HICK. Funnlnatnn, CU V O B75 1 Kcalfwear! f, t9 38V4 left after getting 840. -- KYi: OATS Mixed eewM6&406s490e$ the UANTCn and TIMES AGENTS For LIFE Of Vr tho celebrated JiUtorfan. John Clark llldnath.M. if). A minntunu volume of nearly OOnairea, untlcmo Jaelzewlth Itltlu..(h' Illalorv nfthn nrtit. Maculflcently illuitraied onilboum1.lt will )eeaf?frlr u.krn by all rlAMea. A honanra, for agents. Seem a rmnTotitaff outfit nnd tertltory now (7 I.tbenil GLADSTONE. unit credit Riven to lirmi tr.lOetprtplivoinotprlall-iCL;JUUSUINU AdC.reiUM.3 CO.. UM'INNATJ, UH.U. nBt-nl- i. . lulllliieof afternoon President McKuiley issued UttAIN lv.Wheat .No. S. J a proclamation establishing reciprocity Southern Wheat. ... Corn Mixed with France in pursuance of Section. Oats, No S white., of the act of congress approved July vo Na ,,'c-.te!M, 1897, 'jntltlod an "Act to provide CATTLn-Fi- rst quulll revenue for tho government and to en- iiuu- s- u t'jiurii.,... i IVIIT tourage the industries of the United "'""VI uiiAi, wncai ra States.1 FLOUn-Faml!5 r Keclproclty With I'nuice. WabUinotoX, May 31. Late- Monday POHU'-N- uiv LAltU Mess... Western HAI.TIMiIH' y3 (812 IX) v 6 37?j -- h Apafectltemcdy for Constipation, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, cndlo ss op Sleep. .Fevcnsh-xic- ss lacSimilo Signoturc or A You Have Always Bought. J I'll rillmj r,ri.Wiaph, rarllmllrk NEW DSCO VERY; srl WJWWJ't& B qulckrellefandcuiesworsl cstci Bead for boon of tntlmonlsU and JOUaiyn' 11, UNIVERiTY Tk 0.rli.rl M..IHI,. ,s, tbolirihlps FIUlRATinH J"'.V,,"V '" S.,, T,..,Um, ! III. Hli.t.,4 fufrio. f f OQV '3 rBSB CiTUOOCl. treutment Free, Ur. II. 7 UUUlUUU CRES-r- nis, 1VA.NTCD. UHlU'i S0S3,itUin, Ui. Timber, .Mineral, Cilia; liadil Bnikt clnp, cairltma. Bert Count) Bjrrup. Taste Good. Use RH ft UH In lima flrtl.l hw A iii(-rr- lt SmSmi ah. iutlAiis. ET Absent. tjAi.uroi.iH, O., May 31. While Egbert Davis and family were away from home, near Kcnicl, thieves entered and took ?u.--, after which they attempted to burn tho house. Wlille the Family W Corn UaU No..2 mlxi No. .'mix toe EXACT COPY" OFSraAEPEB. FtOUtt-Wlntc- rn;! 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