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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1898. NUMBER 39. '4i ffO BE PROMOTED. STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST. Ilakor-UowHrd THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, ST OK , -- Makcukstkii, Ky., killing in tho Bakcr-Uowurfeud occurred in this county. Torn Uakcr met Bcr. White on the roswl and shot him, killing him instantly White to tho IloVnrd sue. Trouble between tho factions brojee out several weeks ago, and w Itliirt.tlifc past ten days two Uillliij.s have occu I'inevii.li:, Ivy., JuneAi. The Uakor- Iioward feud is raginginXClay county. Lilso Uakcr was killfd iMday night. James Oarrard fled to Mlddlosboro. Judge Drown will nbt beWlowcd to hold court on Mondav. It iVsald that Gov. Hradlcy has Iwcn solicited for troops to protect tiie court,Vut has none to send, blrf men have, been killed in tho past ten days. Kentucky Property Value. FnANKKonT, Ky., Juno 4. The state board of equalization has concluded Its labors and adjourned Saturday. It lixed the total value of all property in tho state at 8552,877,907. This is more than the equalized valuo fixed by the board last year, and less than that fixed in 1890. The assessors this year fixed the value at 5531,934,000, hence the board's work increased tho valuo over twenty millions. Tho state's revenue this year will amount to 52,902,000, besides franchise taxes, railroad taxes, liquor licenses, etc., which will easily amount to another million. Shot j Ills llrntUer.ln-l.aBowliko (JnKK.v. Ky., Juno :!. N'owh reached the city Thursday of the killing)! Judson Uratchcr by his brother-in-laEugcno Wude, at Logansport, Jlutler county. Uratchcr and his wife had not got along well and she left him, "going to her father's. llrutch'er went there to seo her when a quurrcl ensued, and Eugeno Wade shot and killed Jlratcher with a shotgun. Tho men aro prominent in Itutlcr county. "Wado has been released on bond and his'trial takes place I'ridav. Fend Victim), Juno 0. Another Desperate Jlenfircak .fall. Caii.kttmiuhq. Ky., June 7. Four prisoners confined in tho county jail here, three for murder and one for robbery, succeeded In breaking out Monday morning at 4 o'clock. Jailer Hurd heard them working and went down to see. He was knocked down, dragged into a cell and locked In. The prisoners are Jay Drawn, Charles Martin, who are charged with killing Lace Vinson; William Castle, held for murder, and J. Anderson, held for robbery. None have yet been caught. A large posse, with bloodhounds, aro after them. It Is believed hero that the posse is close after one of the men. v ley received dotalled orders from Secretary Alger Monday night regarding Kentucky's quota under the second call. The troops will be comprised in two battalions instead of one regiment. Congressman Colson and Hon. David 11. Murray will be made majors instead of colonels. Gov. Bradley and his staff will leave Tuesday morning for Chlckamauga, where they go to order. visit Kentucky troops now in camp. The Spanisli torpedo boat destroyers (Jot There by 1'releht. Furor and Terror were built at GlasLexinoton, Ky., June 4. Gov. Brad- gow for Spain, and completed their ofThey ley missed the regular passenger train ficial trials in November, 1890. to Lexington Friday, and, In order to aro bigger than any of their type In get here and present tho ofilcors of the tho British fleet, being 220 feet long Their armament two cavalry troops, which leave Satur- and 22 feet broad. rapid fire day, with their commissions; ho rode a of two two of the same freight train, spending three hours on a trip which is made by passenger caliber and two 37 MJif automatic Maxd trains In less than one. Ho arrived un- ims. There are also two torpedo tubes on Schwnrzkoit announced and covered with cinders and soot However, ho presented the system. commissions and made a happy speech. Maxim-Nor-denfeldt- s, deck-pivote- Two Ilattallons Instead of a Iteglment. FiiANKFonr, Ky., Juno 7. Gov. Brad- Kingston, Jamaica, Juno 7. News was received here Monday from Port Antonio, confirming tho reportbrought there Sunday by a vessel from Santiago ac Cuba saying that the Spanish torpedo boat destroyer Terror (Furor?) had been sunk by an American war ship. It appears that the battlo ship Oregon saw a long craft sneaking close to the shore and heading toward the liarbon She signaled the .craft to turn to and the signals were Improperly answered, whereupon the Oregon opened fire shell struck the upon her. A torpedo boat amidships and she sank with all hands. Tho vessel is supposed to have been the Spanish torpedo boat destroyer Terror trying to make her way Into the harbor of Santiago de Cuba, to rejoin tho fleet of Adm. Cervcra, with which she arrived at Fort dc France, island of St Martinique. The Terror was compelled to remain at Fort Is France owing to her boilers being out On the other hand, It is beof order. lieved that the torpedo boat destroyci Bunk may have been the Furor, of Adm. Cervcra's fleet, as the latest reports concerning the Terror seem to show that her boilers aretill out ot h BARBAROUS DEFENSE. Peter Payne Captured. Hoi'kinsvim.e, Ky Junu 0. Peter The Act of Imprisoning I.leut. llolnim and SI en In IU Morro, In I.lue of lire, Payne, who is wanted in Metcalf county for the murder of a relative, whom is Denouuceil. ho stabbed to death several weeks ago, was arrested near this city by Sheriff Off Santiago ir. CuiiA.June?, Adm., Young, of Metcalf county, and taken Sampson Is 'determined not to allow -- escape afterTtho"killingand-as,-ort!y- . tl Eminence,' itrfs was arrested hero Iridav bv Chief loented near here several days ago.' He brolco r'tyf itl'olico J., A. Morris., charged with arrested. down and wept bitterly u'lioii ' 'tho burning" of tho house of James on the Track. Uald Knobs, Franklin Pound Dead Eth6ridgo at LuxixoTov,.Ky., June ". John Hay-doepunty, several 'months ago. Dcakins member of Battery B, Louisville is a spn of WillianPDenkins and was born and raised' in tills county. He legion, nnd who was rejected by the surgeons Wednesday, was found dend was taken to Frankfort Saturday. Thursday morning on the L. & N. Krcrull lit llowllne Green. track, near here, with his body cut in Uowmno (JitKKN, Ky., June S. Schou Wright enlisted seven twain. He was furnished transportaIiiout. men in the cavalry scrvieo of tho tion home and it Is supposed by other legion United States army here. Lieut. John- members of the suicided.and by Col. ston recruited four Negroes, and left Costlcman that he Wednesday night. Lieut. Wright will Colored Cavalrymen. remain hero a day or two, and then go IIot'KiNSViixi:, Ky., June 0. Lieut where a number of ap- Johnson, of the 10th cavalry, who lias to Ilopklnsvillo plicants aro awaiting him been In tills city for several days securing colored recruits for his regiment, Closing; Argumeut Muile. FitANKroiiT, Ky., June 4. Senator left hero for Padueah, where he will continue his labor of receiving reGoobel, for the new commissioners, Justice Holt, for present cruits, lie has enlisted over thirty and state officials, made the concluding ar- men here, who left for Fort McPlicr-sou- , near Atlanta, where they will be guments in the prison commission case Friday, and It was submitted. There mustered it. was a big crowd in uttendance, most KarthquaUe Shock lit Pari. of whom arc applicants for places unPaius, Ivy., June 7. An earthquake der tho new commission. shod: of several .moments' duration Trlbuto to Unknown Dead. was distinctly felt here Monday mornLouisvh.i.k, Ky., 'June 3. Col. lien-neing between 2 and 5 o'clock. Several II. Young will head a delegation persons say the shock throw them from of Louibvillo confederates who will go their beds. to Camp Chase, Columbus, O., to decMu.t.uiisiiuitci, Ky June 7. A heavy orate tho graves of the confederate earthquake shock was felt here at 3 dead buried there. Of the 158 a. in. Many persons left their houses. who sleep at Camp Chase all Miss Pauline Hardin, Librarian. save ono aro unknown. Col. Young FnANKFOUT, Ky., June 7. Miss Paulwill deliver nn address. Covington, was Deputy Warden of the I'rankfort Prison. ine Helm Hardin, of duties of FnANKFOUT, Ky., June 4. If the sworn in and assumed the was electbtatc librarian Monday. She prison commission shall be sustained 'Ait is now asserted positively that Ed ed by the legislature lust January. ssistant Librarian Willis, of Augusta, McGrath, of Covington, will" be deputy warden of the Frankfort prison. Mc- was succeeded by F. K. Kuvanaugh, a Grath was formerly a guard here in young newspaper man. the prison. He is now an employe of l'lrt Kentucky CJimrteriuimter. the Covington water works departLancasteh, Ky.,Juno 7. Capt. Mike ment Salter, who commanded a company Found Dead In Hotel. under Gen. John Morgau, Iras been apKy., Juno rf. At 4 pointed quartermaster of the First IlENDEitso.v. o'clock Thursday afternoon Joshua Kentucky regiment. He left for Chick- Whitemarsh was found dead in his amauga Monday. room at Hotel Henderson. He was a traveling man and represented a nail Cavalry Helns ltalsed In Hoone Comity. Fiiankfoiit, Ky., June 7. A cavalry company at Itoston, Mass. The corin oner's verdict wns that ho came to his company is being formed aro Boone ready riders county. Ninety-tw- o death from natural causes. to go to the front. A number of MorPoey mil, Slayer Held. command came from Henderson, Ky., Juno 4. Tho ex- gan's famous Boone county. amining trial of Homer Taylor, who Prize Declamatory Contest. shot and killed Posey M. Hall on SaturRichmond, Ky., June 7. Pay ton day last near Scuflletown, was hold beforo the county judge. Some six or Adams won the prize, a gold medal, In eight witnesses were examined. The tho declamatory contest held here court hold that tho evidence did not Monday between speakers of the prefchow paratory department of Central university. The il, A. It, Pott Attended. Meteors In IM.rllcht. Lexington, Ky., Juno 4. The decoOwixcisvilt.- -, Ky.. June 7. Meteors ration of tiie graves of the confederate dead In tho Lsxlngton cemetery took have been falling in daylight in differplaco Friday. A feature of tiie exer- ent sections of tills county. At least cises was tlia presence of the E. L. three have been seen in tho last few Dudley post, G. A. R., which accopted days. l'ntully Kicked by a Home. tho kind Invitation of the C. V. A. to l, FnANKFonr. Ky., June 7. Sid. join with them. a farmer of the Switze? neighborProminent Wouiau'i Sudden Death. died , Bauds-townKy., June 0. Mrs. Mol-li- e hood, was kicked by a horse and Sunday night C. Wood, wlfo of Mr. David S.Wood, Postmaster at Harrodsburg. a prominent druggist of this place, Washington, Juno 7. President died suddenly, aged about 35 years. Monday sent the narao of Jas. Mrs. Wood was formerly of Owlngs-villKy., and was tho daughter of A. Tomllnson to be postmaster at Ky. Capt. Win Connor or snat piac;. tt Ken-tuckiaself-defens-e. Du-vaiMc-Klnle, liar-rodsbur- n, " "V to thtj United States at Santiago har bor on June 3, 1898. It appropriates 5500 for the purpose. MoS'TCioMuitv, Ala., June 7.1 The deWrite for beautiful book giving testimonials from partment at Washington having ad- nent positions all over the United States It will bo graduates occupying promimailed 1'UEE. fi7l mitted it was ready to give Lieut. Uobson a promotion in the line of ills preference is awaiting to learn whether lie is willing to leave the Bring. bureau of construction. Tho Adver Adm. Cervcra's polite assurances tiser Monday ascertained from his were accompanied by tho statement friends at Greensboro that the plucky that Lieut. Hobson and his men were lieutenant has for some years wanted :onfined there. This placing of pris- - to got Into active duty and that aners in the direct line of Are is de- his askiug for an assignment at the , Druggists and Pharmacists. nounced by American officers as a beginning of the war was because of thirteenth century defense, an act of tins ambition. It being also intimated incarnate cruelty. fnjm AVashington that he might bo Gen. Castillo, commanding the Cuban a commander, the Advertiser forces in tho west and north of tliu Tuesday printed an editorial suggestprovince of Santiago, has been concen- ing of tho made that trating 4,000 Cubans in the vicinity of Alabama,ho be superb commander which battle ship the the city. will be finished in a few months. We carrv Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, En Home to Cuba and Porto Hleo. Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fane) New Yokk, June 7. A Washington Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c. Prescrip HEAVY CANNONADING. dispatch says enough information haq tions carefully compounded at all hours. readied there from Tampa and Mobile, Iffllt lloforn I'ort Aquiidorei 1"Ciiited Give us a call for goods usually kept in a ivhcro a strict censorship is enforced, first-clas- s aud a Torru of United States drugstore. to indicate that most of the troops Troops Lauded. mobilized at those points are now on the way to Cuba and Porto Rieo. A Cape IIayiik.v, Ila.vti, June 7. -- At 8 cable from Kingston, Jamaica, Monday is confirmatory of Saturday's dis o'clock Monday morning strong canpatches that the first division of the nonading was heard before I'ort Aqua-doreA quarter of an hour later the Vmerican army, consisting of 5,000 ncn, had landed near I'unta Cabrera. nc ise of cannonading was greatly in-- n ased, the firing evidently proceed-iA gunboat of Sampson's fleet put sev-r,' from guns of the largest caliber. troops of cavalry to flight. as S'mv Yoiik, June 7. A special from C; pe Haytien Monday reports that at O liar re I Over a Horse. Fatal Beli.efontaine, O., Juno 7. Frank d: yllght Monday morning, under cover and James Berry had the advuntago ot Adm. Sampson's guns, a loree ot of John Legg in a horse trade somo United States troops was landed at time ago. Saturday night Legg and Aquadores, a short distance cast of iiis father and brother met Berry in Santiago harbor. Gilbert Hutchins' saloon in Huntsvllle. .Cave IIavtie. Ila.vti. June 7. AdFrank Legg shot at Frank Berry six vices received from Santingo de Cuba .523,100. Surplus $200,000. Capital Stock times, four of the shots taking effect ntl;:;0p. m. said that the bombardin the head, legs aud abdomen, making ment of the port, the fortifications and injuries probably fatal. Berry's com- the neighboring landings, particularly panions afterward caught his assassin Aguadorcs, continued. J, W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore. T Reid and witli tholr fists beat him fearfully Sp.mlsli All'oulit. making daugerous injuries. T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughnun, W. A. Tribblc. S. T. Harris, Havaxa, June 7. At 8 o'clock Mon-da- y J. S. Hockcr and M. J. Miller. morning B4 vessels of the AmeriTroops Keportcd Lauded. can fleet opened firo upon the forts at Nf.w York, Juno 7. A special from We solicit the accounts of the citizens ol Rockcastle and adjoining the entrtine to Santingo harbor and Kingston, Jamaica, reports that 5,000 along the coast line. The firing ceased counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business United States troops liavo lauded near Punta Cabrera, a little to the west of about 11 o'clovk. further details aro intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with & view Santiago de Cuba, where a junction not yet known here. business relations, respectfully invited. Sunday Col. Aldsu with a Spanish to was effected with Gen. Calixto Garcia's Cab-ror- a JNO. J. McROBERTSi, Cashier. J, S. HQCKER, Prcs. sustained a tire near I'unta army of 3,000 insurgents. It is added fprce from the Insurgents on the land that the landing was effected under side and cover of a Are from Adm. Sampson's Spanish the American war ships. Tho forces aro well entrenched on With tho troops were several tho. fleet. line from Siboney to Aguaderoi heavy siege guns. and Monday they chucked an attempt q the American forces to land and reThis Is Prom Madrid, Madrid, June 7. A dispatch to tho pelled them. Imparcial from Santiago do Cuba says j Itisunilisto.l here that the mem-ijer- s of the Mcrrimnc crew who are tho American fleet Ineffectually bombarded that place on Saturduy night Itnprisoncd at Santiago Ure woll treatfor 45 minutes. Tho dispatch further ed by the Spanish commander. says tho bombardment lasted 45 minEverj-tliinj- j Tuo Xntnble KiicuRniiiciits Tills Week. iu utes and was not resumed. On SunIs week day, it continues, 10 American war- Jo Wasiiixoto.v. June. 7. ThisSantiago see the ships were still moored at the tame iiid Porto climax of the war. llleo are to pass into the plq:e. In sight of bantiago do Cuba. possession of tho United States.. Agulust botli places a military anil naDewry Itrports Insurseut Victories. Wasiiinotox, June 7. The" navy de- val expedition of great force is to be partment says Dewey reports insur- greeted and before many days will gents have won several victories over tome the news of two notable engagethe Spanish in Cavlte province and ments. That they will be successful taken 60 oftlccrs and 1,800 tr.en prison-rr- . llio president, whb is especially InterSampson is arranging with Cer- ested in tho Immediate taking of Porto vcra for Ilobiou'a and party exchange. j'.ico, has no doubt whatever KSMSSS! June 7. The proino-tor- e for Lieut. Hobson, the heroic! antiajro, is under considera Suocowttro to incoln National Bank. tiorilts te navy department. Acting Secret Allen and Commodoro Hich- born,"! lef of the bureau of naval By provision of Its charter, depositors are as folly protected a arr consWyetioa, talked it over in a but no conclusions depositors In National Banks, its shareholders being neld individually-liablwcrfcMfchcd, The department Is to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par valsa knowing what would bo thereof in addition to the amoant"inTestcd in such shares: It may ' act most'fbjceptable to Hobson himself, as Executor, Administrator, Trusts or Receiver, as an individual, nndfvvfen this is learned a mcnjMVqn will be made to concrress. whi uriM at body will doubtless carrv Co.. Stanect without delaw The nres- - Condition of into are that Hobson will ford. Kentucky. December 31. 1806. be tamf out of tho staff and made a RESOURCES: linCpW cr, as that ensures not only an LIABILITIES: .1302,915.21 lncrCMK qfvpay but an opportunity to Notsa and Bills Capital Stock .smooxot . Other Stocks and Bond 1.093.83 rise"! he more consnicuous line'nosi- - OTerdralts . 19,43a 41 . 4.202.41 Surplus Fund tib-n-j . 46,239.28 from Banks atimiral. .. At nre.sent Ilobsnn is Individual Deposits . 1.S5.&94.M . anklnj Hoosa and Fixtures... 0,400.00 iistant constructor.. cith tlin ril. M Due to Banks an a . 12,043.41 . 25,593.20 ntiverank of lieutenant, Junior grade. t3S7,01S,00 $347,043.94 It ddvelops, however, that within tho nexlfoar weeks he would have secured a promotion to the rank of constructor, DIRECTORS: rclativyrank full lieutenant, in tho 3. J. Williams, ML Vernon. S. J. Embry, Stanford. usualwursc of advancement. As this t J. P. Cash, Stanford. ranl'ij already earned by length of J. S. Owsley, Stanford. J. B. Owsley, Stanford. W. Carpenter, Stanford. A. service, it would hardly be an honor W. H. Cummins, Lincoln County. for congress to confer this rank upon William Qooch, Stanford. J. E. Lynn, Stanford. him. 'About ,the only expedient is to 6. H. Shanks, Stanford. J. N. Mcncfce, Stanford. give him a promotion in the line, possibly, as lieutenant commander or comB. OWSLEY, Cashie mander' where his pay would be greater & H. SHANKS, President. than it would bo in the staff service, W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. and the chance for future advanceWWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, and ment' would be ample. There Is they will receive prompt attention, J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier some, 'doubt, however, whether an ofli-cI wio has shown much genius in tho sclehtiGc branch of tho naval servico woullcarc to leave that servico for thcTltniv Congratulations will bo sent to llgoson as soon as there is any opportunity to communicate with him, but vthile he is a prisoner at Santiago It is obviously impossible for Is absolutely necessary to the young man or yonng would win naval authorities to ' do more Buccess in life. This being conceded, it is of the firstwoman who to got your importance congratulatthan convey' their training at the school that stands in the very front rank the ions' and thanks to Adm. Sampson, licp'reymtatlve Hartman, of Mou- tanaiiias introduced, a joint resolution dimting tho secretary of tho navk to haiireparcd and delivered suitable 'Of honor to Mem. Hobson anu w -' T frf ' ., "r.-jriofjiis .crew for gallant,, Was tionffl non rcv e the Farmers Bank and Trust J, cr ft BUSINESS EDU6ATI0N Bryant & Stratton Business College, TTV iamMm&'ammm ..0",, if Hi lillli ,J 'J jjooKiceeptriffi ' &norina?ia, W'"l!.'.IVr!7TWPW'i5ES!SJ! 'JLeiegrapliy? m - urday it was reported that .they wcro vorking at tho hull, and tho American fleet formed in line of battle, with orders to bombard. It turned out that the Spanish were not so engaged aud the fleet withdrew. Adm. Sampson had given special orders that El Morro, where the heroes of the Merrlmac arc imprisoned, should be spared in tho afoorVrfcrcntlcTrcdfj T,nTTTVTT.T.-v . tu, jl m.-jd- e MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt. Vernon, Ky. s. cr First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. GO TO JONAS McKENZIE For Dru eooas, Giotiuno, boois ana sno6 GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at Living Prices. A- - Mi MggnLLMJuuCTCMptitixwyrg.utrsnujMgTJ MaswrNMitwc.rtt&T5n,igicM3tei,wjTiT)mrtjcxvLj- - ivd t. Vernon Friday, Jim: bignal. ip, iS'jS lo Paint Lick ; and are now his coin- - gUBSlB. The lrfignt depot is about plelcd. Millinery I! you 'ire a IsKW.u. ou can subscriber to the gets the Weekly! 50 cts. 40 cts. tu , Louisville ' ' Dispatch for Comma ciut, Published every Fiiday ln JWHS styiCKii'TiON MAliliT. vkak ONS The meeting at the Chiislian church is still going on with much 'itr.eic.st hciii" taken. All seem $i.oo very uiucli pleased with 13ro. IJos- Paris' vUQiil Mus. S C. FuANKmNJplCo. nsTRiiATFviyrrmTsiaw-wTssi'rw'- ffidvcrlisjnt' rates made known on application wall, Come to see us. Will sell ou honest goods at lair orices. $1.75 ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. Inquire Cincinnati 50 cts. Chattuii"yg:i. Farm & Trade 25 cts. Post. Daily, " Courier Journal, (twice a week) 25 cts. General Merchandise MT. VERNON, KY mm DEALERS IN k7 Bur Hla' oaz -- 3 C0V"S01d Main and Church Sts . mm v Mr. rind Mrs. W. 13. Billion were -rrz in Stanford last week. Mrs Tom MaGuiie was gue.it of Col. A. N. Rentley family the first of the week. AXXOUNCKMENTS. THOMPSON, JOHN .is a candidate for the reuomiuation Wopvn authorized to aim ounce ' IJ, For the n$m 10 the Jays. ComjjBaiid and get a bargafil. o, tf. POM WTIISKIHS' Fii.o :' FERRELL DIJAT.IUl IN ti miHiiri'iJj irx w JCgar fXTTM'w trrtwmmj7 WINES. &o.. &c $2 jpdhead Marble Wd'rks "W. II. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR. MANUI'ACTUKKIJ AND DKAl.rit IN in such mass convention herein named, and who shall thereby claim themselves obligated to support the nominee of the district convention, shall be entitled to participate." In pursuance to the above, a convention ol the Deniacracy of Rockcastle county is hereby called to meet at tne court house in Mt. Vernon" on Saturday, July 9U1, at 2 ). 111. for the purpose above designated. W. J. Si'Auus, Ch'111., Deinociatic County Committee tion COURT CALEND$ H H REYNOLDS returned , County Coiut. Four J. J. from Somerset. 111011th. V day in each Ve are authorized to announce QUARTKRI.Y Cot'UT.-IjiTS- t Moil Gate Caldwell and Geo. Burton day in January, April, j jily and james i). Mccreary, were down Sunday from Pittsburg, October. Jffib PCy. a candidate for nomination for the guest of J. J. Cczatt. Circuit Cuupt. Representative in Congress subject in February. Fourthilo'nday Horseshoeing, all 'round, 60 cents. Miss Fannie Redd, of Crab to the action of the Democratic Everything fiiiiiished. Best nails Orchard, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. in May and Third Mondayjni Sepparty. " tember. and shoes used. mE 'i Dr. Dr. Cooper. Mt. Yhkno:; Policr CJtjrt. Hon. Sam Cash, of Manchester, Third Monday in each month!1?' && iSAffBi .V was the guest of W. R. Dillion, Democratic County Convention. Hi Sunday. m . vcLS-iEur- o MADE BY Miss DeBoul, of Pulaski county, The Democratic Committee for H. LIME COM'EANY the Eighth Congressional District is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Dec Manufacturers met at Lawrenceburg, June ist, Bryant. of Lime and brick.' GOOD AS and the following resolutions were W. O. Surnes was in Stanford They also furnish Lime, Building offered and adopted: the Sunday. Stone, either quarry facer cut. a s Resolved, That on Saturday, v Dr. J. H. Pettus was in Crab Orders JL- July 9, 1898, at two o'clock, a mass promptly filled. vJ?e J. meeting be held at the court- Orchard, Sunday. Twenty-eigh- t years xperience in Mrs Jehu Walton was in Brod-hea- d houses of the respective counties of EVERYBODY LOOKthe business. Horse shoeing a tie" eighth Congressional district Monday. I am selling the Singer 'Snwing pec ialty. Also gene .' to select delegates to attend a Mrs. Henry Reynolds va: in Machine on easy terms and'kep all Democratic convention as herein Richmond the first af the week. Richmond Street, Mt. Vernon, kinds of sewing machine needles oil for the purpose of selectprovided Ernest FishbacI: was in Mt. bauds, shuttles, and everything Ky. candidate for ing a Democratic Vernon courting Sunday. that belongs to a sewing machine. Congress from said district. Will Send needles by mall to'auy "Resolved, That the basis of repR. C. Brown was in Richmond 50 YEARS' mA I also clean and repair allkiuds s Sunday. resentation of said respective W.KIfflKif. EXPERIENCE of machines. You can see me here to the district conveuliou be Geo. Cook, T. B. Lair, Rome W. M. Owens everj Saturday. one delegate for each ioo votes and Adams and othrs were in Mt. VerMt Vernouikv one delegate in addition for each non this week. tjfis?tLr,'aiiyjffc,E JKUMMUM fraction over ioo votes cast for the f Jt .. irfJChVVA TTranr ...r.....w Tom Stewart and D. R. Murphy, ntta MaDlln aJW" leading Democratic electors in tha DESIGNS "aas'tti&ffiss " V t Vvi lumbermen, were here the first of Copyrights &c. last national election, Anyono oondlnji n sltotch nnd description mny onlcklTinsocrtaln our opinion freo whether nn Resolved, That at, the hour of the week. Invention li prohably pHtentnblo. Communlca. tlonsslTlctlyconflrtiMUt ). Hnnilboo!5rnl'r.teits Sol. Elmore was in London the 5 o'clock' oiiVfTuesdny7 afternoor, ir.: sent free. Oldest iiLeny forBocnrlnjrr.atenti!. Patent tnkon throuc'.i Munn K Co. reeelvo tpiclal notice, without clinrge, In tho July is. 1S9S. a district conven- first of the week. tion at Danville of the delegates aenmie Louis Dillion, Juo. Reynolds and A hnndaomclr lllnstrntod weekly. T.nrzest e!r chosen as above provided be held. filiation of any sclcntlHn Journal. 'J'crms, JS n John Howell, were in Mt. Vernon, your: four months, (L Cojdbynll newsilealcrs. Resolved, That nil persons who Sunday to enlist in Sam Lewis' PSIINH & Co.aB,B"---HoYork voted for the Bryan electors at the - " H.HJUKWaSi.'iCaal '. vrit ord r. TV. j Oft'.co. U2J Si. Wnshlnctoii. V. C company which he is making up wsswrjfj? ;.' t i'..... last national election and who are' "Dfaeat oj ipllci to fight the Spaniards. lieu qualified voters at the time of the WKAVKB r'F"C Co', flCO FOURTH AV.. LCU13VILI.:.. KY. mass conventions herein provided itl?"i: 'JM fj'vSfi i". ? ,"a fi for are held, or will be such at the next succeeding election, as well amnnjgffiKBggeEsgaiiagggiis! For the .tncl pt'rmr.nent " of as such other persons of Demototter, call lheum and wyoiai:. fv L'i. Eyo and Skin Oi:)tf.:cr.t fj w cratic faith who, by their participaTHE HE witliout an equal. It icHovim Vm V j ,D. K. Argenbright is in Jones-borTeun., at the bedside of her in Congress for Jlepreaenlattvo father, who is very low. subject to the acfonof the Democratic party. Mrs. Chaiiey has ROWLAND. KY at and :;: Monnumcnts aiid Tomb Stones. Blacksmith, Seco-Mon-da- y Mt. Vernon Collegiate-Institut. e, 37-3- 1 I iwHuuia Gentry, . IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. Fall Session Opens Special Noi-iiaa- l Sepember--6- , -- Academic, Intermediate, audj Primary, Departmeutst ARE AS -- L. M- - SCROGaS. Principal Worlc for 'Feacliers a r 1898. '. U.1 -- -- - black-smithin- ad-res- s. con-tie- Town Lot for Business and Dwelling In the most desirable Part of Town near new Depot. Call and see them. Wm. FIELDS L,ivinPston, Houses?. zszijr" - T5t-H- '. nmmm w 1 .i:-r- -- 6- - , FOUR H Kpc-cl- y itch-in-- WOMEN used W9rH dlssases " could only bo treated after "lo-- c to think "fe- male a 1 and F,inr.vti:ir aliuost ir.Mr.tly ami it3 coatiir'pil r-ciTecia peri.iiinaiit cure. It also v.vea itch , b.u ber'a itch, BcalJ Iiend, sore iiippjps, itebin pik-s- , cbapped bauds , chronic st.o cyc.i aud fjranubiti'd lid-j- . Dr. )Dryg vheap, 1 Store Cheapesl; cxarr.ina-tlons- " Drugs, 1 Medicines, 1 Groceries S TOBACCO AND CIGARS JfX w AT- - i nine-tent- by physiDread of such treatrrentV kept thousands of modest vcrasn client about their suffering. n cians. Thoin-troductlo- Corson aro tho rally's anclver:ainif,i!. bet tonic, , Comlitlnn T'ovilovs for biond pttvlfipi 25 cents. OwlJby m Cheaper, C. C- - Adam's Grove, Two Mile this Side of of z,i Wins of Cardut has now demon strated that of all tho cases of menstrual disorders do r.ot require a physician's attention at all. The simple, pure DAVIS &, CO i' i. . -- ,"--.. ,I li x XZS".v"'i Oil raliai .m'i i a.t'i'iof LIVINGSTON. Mat Iialiard was down again lionf Goochland last week. liRODHEAI). Miss Ida Tyree leturned Sunday to her home at Pittsburg after a The Bes: Spring on Earth. visit to friend.--' here. Plenty of good spring water - ill &mi "i WtiKfcS'J T''5X W "EwEr i iSiii5 Pettus, of Crab Orchard, were the guests of their son, I. A. Pettus last weeR. D. , Mr. and Mrs. J. Games arid Amusenie nts of All talten In the privacy of a woman's own r.ome insures quicK relief and speedy cure. Women need not hesitate now. Vinc of Cardui requires no humiliating examinations for its adoption. Itcuresany disease hat comes under tho head cf "female troubles" disordered menses, falllne of the womb. "whiles, "change of life. Itmakes women Deautuui by making them well. It keeps them young by keeping them healthy. 3 1. CO at tho drug store. jaMmm 'j Jtama tniea rarS-MOo- .,v (M$ 2 callona DLST I'AINl' In - o' tlo ii- - V01IL1) Vjnv "dfrifiuot.: - Vf. &? &Bk oiyoarpilatblll. In ta3 itorn nrr.is: I .. WUITB LTKD Cn'l 19 AiS"LUTSLy JTT minrAiiIV.iyr liiaidoo: i'n lie t,: !':xr V ' lEiijiLS n''i .11 nil coxl winter, i"". r. Ground vei- - mcz. Xn t 'ii U. t u r.tiy Imy on (to li. It li tIi- OoMvor Kmrn i Vovsr, Tats:. :,o D&xvir. idr.t t .a bo m.ulr - lJ'&V&Zfi&G& i Y9 JjTlSt .Jt,TK".l, N) k ,o JX tTi Fi A mm . UPG&rir- tin ccct, iu nnd 1 Mrs. C. C and Miss Mattie William;), ol'Mt. Vernon, were here last week attending the meeting and Will be on the Grounds. Music by the Mt. Vernon and Urod- the guests or Mrs. V. J. Spaiks. head. Bauds, S, D McKinuey lias rented a house on Main street of Judge C. Hacks will run out to grounds from Brodliead and Mt. Ver Mullins nnd has moved his family here non. Kinds, Tcr r.Aiiza In casea rcqulrlnj spec'.i direct tuns, addicss, clvlne iymptoma, L:aljs' Advlcar thn Thi pmttsnooei Mcdiclno Co., Chitu-nocc- t, Tf nn. W. I. ADDISOH, M.D., Cary, Hiss., ssys: "I 3S Wine or Cardui oxter.sUely in 5S1 lo keep otir irrcat factory busy, and introduce early our splcn- did vd models wc bavc concluded to ma5:e v riarvclous oifer direct to the rider. Tor 3o days we will sell samples ot our swell '93 bicycles at net cost to manufac ture and will ship, C. O. D. on approval to any address on receipt of the nominal flum of Si.oo (if west of Denver, fS). This-- ) deposit is merely to show rood faith on purchaser's! part; if you don't want to send money iti advance, sentf your express agent's guaranty for charges one way and we will pay them the other if you don't want the wheel; i piiyra mvv. as 'ot to CitAc:r, IlLi?,Tin, A c'J-- " niyjrcjtlcuandflnc!Hamcstcxcolient preparation fsr female troubles." inrzmssinnsis ivliiier Jnouse, i I'.HiAMMAK Ijxs, or Ctar. PAIVf CO., St. LOUlO, r.inteoil bv tVY OoU a M. C & D. N. Willinms. Mt, Vernon, Ky. 1I!shc!'t GiK ingoTory Into Improve went of valuo, 1'4 inch imported tnblng, flaeli' Joiats, Improrcd rronkr, urch crown, lnrpo dcmchablo oprockete, lmntlsomoc'! finish and dcciirciiono, MorKan & Vrisht, nntckrrn.ilrtlrpn. l!ii!lni)ril(iiillnttiliA. litr.Tif.rnf1nA..t. RSRTi ?sL$ZJ22.ibx, T W two-plcc- o meat. Special prica on Bamplo $29,00f COSrACr$o teU,l,xtu and finichad AerlcndIdniachino, equal to any for FcrTico and easy nmnlnp. DcetHi inch' 6cainlo3o tnbing, twoplccocranUa, arcli crown, dotoclinblo oprocKh, til.3j cloeornted, Morcwi & WrlRht, qnick repair tires, bIdrIo cr doublo tnbo, hish crado equipment. Oiirapeoial Bamplo prlco 574 00. bcarinss, ball retaiuprs, bmt Indkna or Now ..!,l.n'l crown, UiuuswlclsUret!, standard cqnlpiiibSt. Kptrlal prl( on uiniplo i dunt-pro- ut Mts W. T, Menimee is visiting There will be plenty to cat on the at St. Mary's, Louisville, Stanford, grounds, hut every one can and other places this week. bring a basket. Rev, J. M. Walton and wife, of Jlyden, Ky., are visiting Mrs. Walton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sambrooks. HUGH MlLUl IIRADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL MEN. la-Por- ter Take Laxativi Ihitnm Oiui'ire TaD To CUltK A CCM IN ONE ;.al X)AY ' ..-- -.. K LOMDTfCcLB-tE- tnc,llnm Kmt'n for jv.nwwwv. tnblnir, Ui lno'' 1SM- - Btripnl and dfcoratod, arch W. G. Adams. C &n. lets. All ririii'ciM-- . if itfnils tofisre. For moiicv $Iv.UUj o NOTG. Choice of Color, Style, Height of Frame, Clear, etc. Fully Guaranteed. Yon will bo rurprleMl nt tho nppoarnni'n nnd quality of thoro wlippln. Don't wait, order now whllotlilHojTnrij open. IVimi will Ira nmcli MuherBoon. Yon run mnto Ulf; Aloney , as our AEcnt, snllliw for u. Wo slvo onr nccnt'j cholci ot cc:h, tho fjco u:o of u sampla-wheeloi iTltolu v.bscl, accordlui;toworkdouo. !v M. Ant at all ""'"SI i. ffSifi druggist." Williams. mi Mr. Geo. Nuckles lus returned I'OK to her home at Lebanon Junction, S.i..i35.arcre farm, in a good neighborhood; after .1 visit to Mrs. Geo. Pope. ioo acres cleared. Well watered. Reason MiV,t-- ; Kiltii ml Loiiris McGuire ably good n,: hiiiidmm. i... H return.!., wiili iihi l.r,,ti,..,- Sidney ,iowl, .... .....i.tti a tt ,, ." "' l. XiV'ANS. , ..-- . - I ak.., " I Subscribe for til SIGNAL W.01 ' v" " VlH. JJSSvlXSSeSSSKSmxmSSmx&'i M an Si' 1 esLmmmi n .WteySM Wheels Do You Want Cheap Wheels? SI2.C0 to $16.00, $8.00 Slightly Used, Modern Types, .'STir'.i'uv wlunli - ii m it. ir i .1 ct to S52.00 lo ciro I IT ! '. ii ' ' Onr badness nnd ropntitlon nro known tl.rouslioat tho countrj-- . ItofTeur'w unv c.; t!i' oxpreoo lomiauies, orany bank Int-'j.iArt Catatatio free. Secure .iinr7 ,i ..iht. I The .!. I.. Mad Cycle Co,, Ghiwr& o4 - Go Mt To The Grand Picnic At Vernon Signal. s Adamj Grove N ear Brodheadjuiy Rid-Alban- v, 4th. Misses Emma and Minnie Gotieone, no more to see you agent, is talking of gcing on the Professional Crtrds. liUle Misses, of Clinton county, where he die, two pretty No more to hear thy gentle voice, road north of Paris. will hold court. . Cove, were shopping in town No more thy sweet smiles to see. 'Squire Uraunanian says he is P. A. Pciiniiij;ton, U. !). S., M. D. ,Mt. Vernon. Ky., Junk ,io i8q3 Gone with the angel to rejoice. TiRi.MnrTnPf B!,tfiiiof in nii Thursday last still for the Union and wants to ' t tt' ir t DENT.ST, Emma RlCKELS. his experience in examining doc- fight the Spaniards, hut too old. Thc Aetna Insurance Company Entered at tlic Mt. Vcrn..i, Ky., m ' N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts., Lexington. Ky. mall nmtttr tors on the witness stand, Dr Lov will insure no more propel tv in the ell, of thi place was the best he; county. They claim that their ex- LOUISVILLE. KY. ORLANDO. ever met. peu'encc has been unprofitable in I refle.t-iou- n '.. U Mis. Rosalind Nesbitt has just the county. They cast no For Infanta and Children. on Mr. Cress but claim that published a piece of music entied K. Hundley is visiting here. fcs Tiio Kind You Have Always Bought he has been faithful and careful iYi J SI SURVE YO R "Just Sixteen" The song is pro in Mrs. A. A. Ball is very sick. Wwi the discharge of his duties. - uouueed bv music lovers to be a LOUISVILLC il NA5HVILLC R R.CO. A. J. Moore, will in a few d.ivs Sisnaturo of Mr. P. Ketch'ini of Pike City real gem. Also, an Ageut for the best Cal.. savs: " Durinir mv brother's leave for a trip cast L & N. L0C4.L TIME CARD. Rev. Win. Williams preacfies at Tailors in the world late stokness from sciatic rhumalsm Logan Silyers has moved into Day Mail Nqrth... Mrs. J. C. Mahan, of Williams11:39 a m Freedom on Fourth Saturday and Chamberlains Pain Balm was the A J. Moore's property. Day Mail South .. burg, is Visiting her sister Mrs. J. 2.22 p m Sunday; t Pine'Hill, Thiid Saturgave him any reDRS. G. B. & J. H. LAWRENCE Mrs. Abe Evans is visiting in B. Fish, this place. day n ight and Sunday; and ar only remedv that Night Ex. NVrth.. i:34a Many 'others have testified lief." Clayunty tin's week. Night Ex. jotilh 1:48 am Flat Rock, Second'' Saturday and Mrs. Lou Eoulware of Kingto the prompt relief from pain and Sunday. J. A. Landuum,. Agent. of our citizen5:, who have ston is visiting relatives here. which this liniment affords. For The Interior Journal furnishes sale by M. C. &. D. N. Williams. takeTrthold of the plow are forced Thirty-fou- r militiamen went up its patrons with special dispatches Mt. Vernon Ky. toflcfdkback rehearse the bloody to Manchester last night to be presCsaTOffice at residence (Rice ,, churches. property) opposite the Southeast It bears this Owing to the failure of cur baftleMof thcTpast year; but we are ent when oourt opens Monday. Ilnliln Dcrvlcen 1st .tSrl Sunday bearing on the war. Chrmiuii corner of Court yard. extra expense for the occommoda gl?d to know they are only remem- ntltn. in. ami nt0:30 . in. The only collar pad at S. W. MT. VERNON, - - - KY. tion of its readers and friends and friend's promised "copy" reporting Derecmroin a standpoint of law and the exercises of the Collegiate InDavis'. should be duly appreciated. Ilnptlst Cliurcli Services on the Second stitute, we failed to give it in last justwe? There is a decrease in the iinil Sunday. Sunday Saturday night A leather collar for 60c up to This office has issued circulais issue. Jn the hurry and bustle in priceoffire arms, and while Samp-SwC. C. WILLIAMS, School nt n in every Sunday. Prayer bombarding Mcrro castle $2 soatS. W. Davis'. and other printed matter for the making preparations for starting uiectlnj; ort l u!lits. Ucv. J 0 Atorncy-at-Lafill, imstor. Brodhead Fair. This exhibition on his Northern trip Prof. Scroggs ountieople join hands and look A side saddle for $3.00 and up t. Vernon, Ky.- occurs on August 17, iS, and 19, says he overlooked the matter. wilhpride at the glorous stars and to $15.00 at S. W. Davis'. and promises to be the best in the Joshua Boreiug, Jr., salutation; stripes; and all are ready and willB,Ofiice on 2nd floor of new Preibyteritm llnlih on the tth JBSyFinc cigars and tobacco at ing to defend them. history of the Association. brick on Church street. Special Sundny Win. McClary, oration; J. J. Ping, tha Green Front drug store. attention given to collections. R. S. Martin, Brodhead's tobacco vledictonan. All acquitted them MASONIC. I was seriously afflicted with a No. t baled hay for sale at socts. man, sold more tobacco during selves witn credit and were comAklilund Ini!;e No. i10 meets L'rd Monall sides by everyone. couglr for several years and last by A. H, Bastin Crab Orchard. May than in any other month dur- plimented on G. W. McCLURE, day 10 A in. ing the history of the factory. Miss Carrie Butner's essay on Ten- fall Iisd a more severe cough than Only one week longer in Mt. AttOrney-at-La- w, I have used many remedies Hi's tobacco not only holds its repu- nyson was replete with excellent befo-Vernon. Send in your work. Mt. Vernon, Ky. without LOCALOTHERWISE. tation hut is gaining right along. ideas and the subject was splendid- being receiving much relief and J. Barrett, watchmaker. recommended to try a bottle The other students All business entrusted to my care This office has gotten out post ly handled. Buggy harness for $5.50 complete taking part in exercises did justice of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will receive prompt attention. ers and other printed mattei Hand made wagon breeching for J. S. Reppert was in from Raven-wood- . for the big Fourth of Jul picnic to their subjects. The patrons are by a friend, who, knowing me to Office on Second floor of new brick 25 at S. W. Davis'. well pleased with the work carried he a poor widow, gave it to me, I on Church street. at Adams' Grove between Brodhead out by the Principal and assistants. tried it, and with the most gratiHugh Miller is now agent for A large meteor fell near Wildie and Mt. Vernon. Don't fail lo at The efforts of J. J. Ping were es fying results. The first bottle re- the Standard sewing machine, one tend and have an enjoyable time. 7ast Tuesdav. DR. A. G. LOVELL, showing lieved me very much and the sec of the best on the market. Go and pecially well received, Tlic 33rd annual reunion, excur deep thought from a strong and ond bottle has absolutety cured me. Ernest Fishback was here Sun Physician and Surgeon, see its work. tf sion and picnic of the Bryant and well day from Livingston. good health for balanced mind, and one I have not had MT VERNON, rY I am prepared to take photo-- . Stratton Busuipss College will oc which we predict will be heard twenty years. Respectfully, Mrs V. G. Adams was here Monday Office North ju Mam street Steam- from in the future. The fall ses- Mary A. Beard, Cleremore, Ark. graphs, and will be pleased to have cur Jim 15th at Fern having picnic printing done. ers will run between Louisville, sion of the Institute will open For sale by M. C. & D. N. your order. Mrs. S. W. Davis. Mt. Sterling. Paris and other and the Grove. Every former stuR. G.WILLIAMS, Williams. Thursday, Sept. 1st. points had an earthquake Monday. dent of the College will be given a Wanted. The address of Chas. The cose of Commonwealth of ,( H. Blazer, lumbeiman, of Con- free ticket. Castcel who lives somewhere jn WABD. Ky., against Pate and Elza Lang-for- d MT. VERNON. KY. way, called to see us Tuesday last. Laurel cour.ty. Address this ofCharlie Davis is in receipt' of a was called last Friday. J. N. fice. T. J. Pennington and wife came sample of Chickamauga 'hard tack' Sharp, C. C. Williams, C. W. LestWhen Your Horse Is Shod By i.urs. j. A. Moore is slowly imdown' from Livingston yesterday. on which ap'pears the following in er and iCDCoIyeTrlVrcliehtcd the Hay. No. i Timothy baled bay for D. Miller. Co. L prosecution and W. A. Morrow proving The Adams' grove picnic will be scription: "John sale. Orders filledpromptly by A, G. M. Logston, of Tenn., is Ky. Vols." John D says all the and Heihurum & Bethutum for the (he best ever held in Rockcastle 2nd H. Barton, Crab Orchad. Write ' Mt Vernon boys are well and are defendants. The task of getting visiting the family o? Mrs. N. J. for prices. tf Edward Hall, of Jamestown! N. drilling daily, hoping for an early Searcy. a jury was begun and ufter nearly Y. was here with A Gustafison, trip to Cuba. Wantkd. Sixteen good mules You may depend upon it that it Sunday School at Skaggs creek a day spent it was discovered that Wednesday. For government purposes. Must has been done in a scictific manA. C. Stapp, of this place, will, a juiy could not be secured in this is getting along nicely. be from 7 to 9 years old, ner and the shoe? vill stav on unJ. W. Baker saw a meteor fall in on July 1st, take a position with county. The sheriff was instrucfcd Quite a number of young people sixteen ' rr. r hands high. Apply to A. til worn out. tfSTCASH. J. J. Williams field just nort li ofj Harding & Riehm n Louisville to summons imy ,cu iron. t ruiasKi , from here atteutled church at Provi- R. Scott, Mt. Vernon, Ky. town last Vnday. music house lecently established, couiuy :o repon nere on .uonuay dencCi SllIldav lasti ' oruing. un inai ciaye me iouow-inA coach of deaf mutes passed as general salesman at a good salWanted. Good man, with or named jurors wereselected from down the road Tuesday fiom the ary, Mr. Stapp 'is an experienced F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Bad mauagemen- - k eeps more without experience to handle a new man in the sale of musical instru- the fifty Pulaski citiztns who were Danville school. people in poor circumstances than line of Pianos and Organs fora Lou- Located at the DepotSgSgggco; ments and is a good business man'. on hands: Aqclrew AlcKiuney, J. Mrs. Blazer, who lives near Con any other one cause. To be suc- isville house. Apply to Ky. A C Stapp. H.Heniy, near Wildie, was D. Randall, J. Ky lulcher, Daniel cessful one must look tmcad so that J 37.31 way. saw an air ship pass over one Livery Good Aatthed Green, W. F. Dealherage, S. S. here on Tuesday last. He is 80, night last week at 2 a. m. Meet all Trains, Day and Night. S. Woofa. J. W. Hans- - when a favorable opportunity preThis office has inquiries from a yet you .vould not think him so, Lovell.G. sents itself he is ready to take adTraveling Men and Railroad McDow-J. J. Purcellis now the biggest and he wants to marry. He is a ford. Wm McBee V man who wishes to buy a small men Solicited. Will fm man in Rockastle. Twin. boys arAsh- - vantage of it. A little forethoutght Miighly edu- ell, W. T. Perkim: an Christian gentleman, will also save expense and valuable farm not far from town. Persons nish lunches on all Trains. rived at his house Monday. testimony cated; speaks several languages and hurst. The tak time. A prudent and cateful man having farms or real estate for sale begun Mon 100:1 and P. E. Shivell, of Brodhead, called has a good. farm. Won't some was will keep a bottle of Chainblain's are iuvited to consult the editor of loruiug. esday finished up W in Monday and renewed his sub- good woman write him. tf. Colic, W. A. OA11SON Cholera and Diarrhoea this paper. exam- About sixty w scription to the Signal. Good Remedy in the house, the shiftless e Henley Bastin, of Crab Orchard, ined. Thittv-twAn D for the Notice. All persons indebted tc man.. fellow will wait until necessity attending State Col- tnonwealth. who has been was ably The the estate ofT. J. Coffey, deceased, The Ladies' Aid Society auction' lege, Lexington, is home for vaca- handled by both sides. Arguments compels it and ruin his horse, go- are hereby notified that they must ed off a quilt during court. tion. He will look after the con- were begun Wednesday afternoon ing for a doctor and have a big settle up at once, or their accounts was the Judge Morrow struction of telephone lines in and finished that night. Four gill to pay besides; one pays out 25 will be placed for collection. Mt. Vernon and Brodhead, bidder which his father is interested. speeches weie made. The case was tcents, the other is out a hundred A. W. Stewakt, Adm'r. Kentucky. Booth Thompson and W. Hamil- Young Bastin is a close student given to the jury at 8 o'clock yes ;aonars aud tnen wonders why his Will be pleased to give estimates ton were here from Lancaster and stands well up in his classes terday morning which' were unable neighbor is getting richer he is Contractors, Attention. on work. Satisfaction guaranteed. Tuesday buying tunics at fiom $55 and we predict for him a bright to agree. Six vere for acquittal getting poorer. want a man with a saw mill to cut Eprsale by M.C. & D. N, Wil to 85 per head. future. six for conviction from two to, and 300,000 feet of lumber. I will lurn-is- h Main years, or two years if the other logs on yard. Work to be begun The little culvert on West Our friend Judge Willis Griffin five as soon as possible. Location, good this side of Tudge Coder's gate is has completed his park for his Buff six would agree. The court placed mill site with plenty water, 7 miles in bad shape and should be repaired Cochins, the largest chicken of the bond at $500 each, which defendWILDIE. ants gave and were released. South of Mt Vernon. Write or call before some damage is done. Asiatic family whose Clarion crow PRACTICAL 011 me at once. J. W. Marler. The court house was crowdecj Gentry, who left here with shook the Western hemisphere o er John Miss Stewart was in Wildie Sat Mt vernou Ky 25 tf EMBALMER uearlj every day during the, trial; Hall's circus last year, has relumed t.vcnty years ago; and his impoited many ladies being urday. present. STANFORD, KY. after a trip through the west as fai German hares, the largest on the HIDE MARKET. Stock Complete. Telegraph Ord The L. & N, carpenters were American continent, weighing 18 as North Dakota. ers a Specialtv. IN MEMORY OF here last week and added considerapounds. He says the Elks and For Sale. A No. i pair mare Dromedaries have not arrived yet; Mattle Purcell who died April 1GU1 ble beauty to its appearance. No. 1 green hides per lb 6 to 7c mules, 0 ye.us old 15 high, Work " ' horse hides, mane and 1898. he thinks to being Willie Jones, age 12 years, loaded Wiite to or call on J. K. Mc well. tail 75c to $1 25 an old iron pipe with powder, on tf give the boys in blue a chance to Farewell dear darling Mattie, " " dry flint hides per lb 10c Clary Mt. Vernon Ky. Spi.it Hickory Spokes. get to the front. to do some fighting Your life on earth was short and Saturday eve last and fired it off, to 12c. 2x2, 30 inches long, all white E. S. Albright has returned from that is badly needed just now. He sweet, bursting the pipe and hurting him " "sheep hides 20c to 40c each grade or better He also says that our home boys that S12 perM Centre Caliche for vacation. M fieart grows sad my eyes dim, very badly, " " Roat hides 20 to 30c each but not seriously. Will probably take the road for aicnow at the front fighting Span- 2x2, 30 inches long, red, 6 per M To think on earth 110 more we " ' dog hides 20c to 25c each Robr. Moye was in Wildie, Mon a Louisville house at an early date. iards. promised lo send him the 28 inches meet. long, red, " " tallow 1 c to 2c per lb. day last. and wife, J. P. first one they captured; and he is I witnessed not the Angel Wm. Pettiboue 4 per M on S. W. Davis. Mt. Vernon, L. T. Stewart was in Livingston SSCall 2S inches long, white, J. B. Keyer looking for one on every train. Kearns W. T. Warren, Waft your soul 011 the' wings of Ky. last week.v will soon have quite a 6 per M and other tv. &. N. people were The Judge Love, things in shape Single Tree Billets. Frank Gover is here this week registered at Miller Hgtise duriug Zoo. He is getting . As they gtutly bore you on, See Here. The best built so that even a country magistrate To court. sweet realms of life above grading lumber bought- of J. C. 38 inches long, white, house in Mt Vernon, with 5 rooms lonely life in the after vears of a Jones & Smith. $16 per At : C. B. Thompson, bricklayer of hills and kitchen and the best cellar in remote Your life has been like sunshine, some or To be delivered at any statioii - Armp Gadd, of this place, has the county; on Jacre lot. for sale To father, mother, brother, dear, th's place, served five years as a cantonement, would look forward between Hazel Patch and Crab or will trade for 0 small farm. Call seaman on the U. S. Cruiser, Balti- - to a taste of its unaccustomed gave- - But no more your smiles greet them pneumonia. , ..!,. And your sweet voice no more more, now in nuuurni ucwcj- a lies as one of the J. P. Leichuter. spots in J. R. Rucker is now agent ct on L. L. Inspector, Manilla this place. Mr. Kelton, our former "-- tf "icy hear. squadron at exile j .!.! l'fe Brodhead, Ky. Jude Morrow leaves to-da- y for A I A.4 W J WU T I 11 I -- - XiATfc. l. lit CASTOR A N. Davis t CZiik. Mt. Vernon, Ky - . plw PHYSICIANS SURGEONS. v 1) Tui-sdn- Cnr-m- w, e. - 0 a-- Attorney at Law, - 1 - THO'S TAYLOR Blacksmith, first-clas- s, 1 g KoCel Frith Brodhead, W o Coin-cas- Painter Paper Hanger, suc-sessf- ul I J. C. McClary UNDERTAKER. side-tracke- d TED ixij. V 1. - ixi, j .,',. ' 2x3. - , .! Or-hard- . T- - - ht Jarrett, -- . -A il Nervous and Tired Vaa Mood's Sarsapnrllla Curod. Not Ablo to do Hor Work Until " I was troubled with lipadaclic, ncr vousncss and that tired foellap. I read la tiie papers about Hood's Sarsnparllln nnd bogantakinp H. lam now ablo to do my work, as Hood's Karsapanlln lias relieved me " Mrs. T. F. IUcif, Hampshire, 111. A JiOLD DEED. Volunteer Crew Scuttles the Mcrrimac in the Mouth of Santiago Harbor. The Attempted to lteturn Km Under Heavy l'lre Compelled to Row to tho Np.tnish l'lnB Slilp They Will Jlo Kv;hitiKel. Ili-ro- e Hood's Sarsaparilla N America's Greatest Medicine. 81; six for Hood's Pills enro (nil (nest ton, btllousnras. Jjegnl AVIU "What's the matter there?" said the niilse to the defendant in the suit, who had mt been released from the witness fttand, and was nimmaRinc amongst the jury. "I've lost my li.at," replied the defendant, "Perhaps Mr. II - 1ms it," said the defendant's counsel, indicating the counsel for tli other side. "Not I," replied that Gentleman, "but I hope to have his whole suit before we get tbiough." Chicago Tribune. A new in an injured tone. thinugh Sleeping Car line between Louis and Colorado Springs will be estab-lulleover the Walidsh-ltoclIsland Short Line, May 15th, 1RH. The time will be the fi.test made, with through service between Mitec two points by many liuiirt. A through sleeper will leave St. Louis on Wabash train No. 3, at 0.20 a. m., arrivins at Colorado Springs the next at 11.00, with a direct connection for Denver, arriving at 11.0 a m. This is the fastext regular through act vice ever established between St. Louis and Colorado. Keliiruing, the Sleeper will leave Colorado Springs at U.45 p. m., and ji live at St. Louis the nevt evening at (J.l.'j. Patrons of this line will avoid the only unpleasant feature heretofore attendant on Colorado travel, inasmuch as the trio tluough Missouri's fertile fields will now be bv and thcimattr.iclivc poi tinn of Knnsas will be traversed during the night, with tho mountain scenery to greet the tourixts in tho morning. The fast time of this line will naturally Lieut. commend the. Wabash lloute to intending 4.000 men offered themselves. Ilobson and six men were chosen, and uim.uio tourism. Particulars will be gladly furnished on ap- Friday morning the Mcrrimac, under plication. her own steam, entered the chanC. S. CRANK, O. V. & T A . St I,ou'S. nel under a terrible Spanish fire. Ihe vessel was riddled with p roA llnir Memory. jeetiles, but she anchored und Teacher Who discoveicd America?" Street Gamin (after deep thought) I di's-- swung around. Lieut. Ilobson then remember his name, but he was a Dago. set off an internal torpedo with X. Y. Weekly. -- rnt Time to Colorado. c r.. d uini-nin- duy-ligh- t, department Saturday morning upon tho news of the sinking of tho collier Mcrrimac in the channel at the entrance of Santiago harbor, Kinostox, Jamaica, .Tune 0. Holson and the hero crew of the Merrlmac were saved in the following manner: Unable, after the sinking of their vessel, to make their way back through the btorm of shot and shell, they rowed into the harbor to the Spanish flagship and were taken on board unharmed. The Spanish admiral under u lluir of truce on Fri day sent word to the American admiral that lie ottered to exchange the prisoners, adding, that in the meanwhile Ilobson and his party would be treated with the greatest kindness. Wasiiinutox, June C Information conies from the white house that the secretary of the navy has received a dispatch from Athn. Sampson stating that the Merrlmac was sunk in the channel oft' Santiago harbor for the purpose blocking the passage. Ox lloARti Dispatch ISuat Dai ovv Santiago nn Cuha, June 0, Via Kingston, Jamaica. Ur. Adiu. Sampson, during Friday morning decided to close the narrow harbor en trance of Santiago do Cuba by sinking the collier Mernmae, loaded with coal, in the channel. He called for volunteers to go to almost certain death and m-m:- s, Washinoion-- , June . "The cork Is driven In the bottle," was the comment of the naval afliccrs at tho navy Few great titles of America arc adequately provided with public clocks of soch a Her Employer Wnn Not I.nld from and so prominent location as to indicate tire the Overeating nml She Felt time over w ide metropolitan districts. But it is high time to check kidney and bladder Slighted. complaint manifested to the sufferer by inactivity of the organs affected. HoHtrtter'ii A lady had a cook who gave her every and she was under the impression Stomach Hitters temedics this ns it does dyspepsia, that the cook was equally satisfied with lier ness andrheumatism, constipation, biliousnervousness. place. Hut one morning, to the lady's in tense surprise, the cook gave her the nana! Why Up Stuck fl On. month's notice. "It strikes me, Mr. Hricf." said Mr. "What do yon want to leave for, Jane'' "that your charge of $730 for this opinasked her mutiess. "I am very ', much pleased with you, and I thought you were ion is prcttv steep." "No doubt," said Mr. Hricf. "Bnt you rniitc comfortable here." "Ye, mum, I'm comfortable cnongh in a sec, Dogway, when .vow come rtnd ask mefw an opinion which violates all my convicway, but " tions, you've cot to rwv not onlv for vniir The cook hesitated and fidgeted nbottt. law, hut fo my consciencc.":-IIarp- a'a queried her mistress. "flnt what?" iuar. !; (Vllf III ill rill .iiuva I'Hllf WHY THE COOK FELT HURT. Pnblle CIokIi: lp m l Dog-wa- y, Liver , Your il V 14 ratlinr tro. mum." i "Hut what makes you think that your master doesn't appreciate yonr coofcerf Has he ever complained to you?" asked the the entire Iadv. Miss New- - I can't get my watch to kep trme properly. Jewelet Perhaps it needs regulating. Surely not. t move the regulator over scale-- .o Lack or Attention. every day." "io, mum, but my late master . Weekly. Jswelers-'- ' needs coaxing-- not crowding. Dr. Ayer's Pilfe stand without a rival' as a reliable medicine for liver complaint. They cure constipation, and they euro its consequences, piles, biliousness,, indigestion, sick headache, nausea, coated tongue, foul breath, bad taste, palpitation, nervousness, irritability, and many other maladies that havo thefr root in constipation. They are a specific for all diseases of tho stomach and bowelsr and keep tho body in a condition of sound health. " I have usedi Aycr Pills for the past tlurty yoare ami consider them an invaluaiilo family medicine. I know of no better remedy for livnr troubles, and have always found them a prompt cure-fo- r dyspepsia." J AUE3 QuiJiS, iX) Hartford, Co an. Middle-Street- was-Tal- . hasn't been laid un once all the three month I'vp been with you, and that's just what uoston xiaveler: bothers me so, mum! A REMARKABLE CASE.! in The following case was printed originally in The Monitor, a newspaper publisncdjit Mcaford, Ontario. Doubts weic raisedfffis to its truthfulness, consenuentlv a- cjpc watch was kept on the case for two years and the original statement has now been con! Jij pletely verified. Mr. I'etcn nan iieen a Hopeless paralji ior me years, uis tasi: nan naa wiacntU tion. He was confined to his bed. was bin: Ail .Imnut 1.aiavi1 nfrm . In., n ii aa..U ' tako solid food. Doctors called tho illr:i pinal clcrosis, and all said he could no THe Dnntrrra of live, iiic Canadian Mutual i.ife Associ tion. after a thorough examination, rmrlliii Anvr Oh. Hellc. you don't think poor his total disability claim of ?1,C00, regarding dear Hob will get shot in Cuba? 3 him as forever incurable. neile it s hard to say, dear, but he was For three years he lingered in this condil nan snot- wiicn Jisawm. Hempstead.. Hrooklyn Life. tion. Aftei --Cn-mp- I? 100 Hetvnnl 9100. The leaflets of this papur will be pleased to learn that there is at lttost ona dreaded disease that bcicues has bom able to. cure iu all its stages, and that i Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cine is the only positive curs known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a. constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment, llall't Catairh Cure is taken internally, aeting directly ueoiii the blood and mucoiM surface nf t.lm system, thereby destroying the foundation. oi niu uisc.ise, aim giving tne patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature it doing its work. Tho proprietors have so- much faith in its curative poivcrs that they offer One Ilundied f JJollats for any ca,o that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials, ' tV!'ir?,' J- - Cheney & Co., Toledo 0. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. , Tate Ayer's Pills BVMaHtBWVWHVBeftaiVBBV9VVVV taaaaiiBnaBaaatiaaaaiiBaft !! M BEWARE OF M0RPHIN1 Mrs. Pinkham's Urgent Appeal to Suffering Women. She Asks Them to Seek Permanent Cures and "Palp Tnonll 7""i- - there .was p a s 1 1 c b ti Pills of Dr. Wil Iiams Pin takins somi fo , a powder for the feet, Allen's ft cures painful, swollen, nervous, smarting feet and instantly rake the sting out or (orna and bunion. It's the gieatcst comfort liscoveryof thesge. Allen's (if lit or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain cure for sweating, callous and hot. tired, aching feet. Tru it lewa. Sold by all druggists and shoe stores, S.V. Trial pnekngo FKEE. Address Allen R. (,Um(cd. I Roy, X. Y. Foot-Kasc- Shake Into Your Sboen an electric attachment, there was an explosion, the Mcrrimac sank, the channel as closed, and, apparently, Adm. Cervcra will be unable to escape. Wasici.vo Whenever there is more than one way of doing a thing, the other fellow invariably docs the wrong way.Clucago Daily NV.V3. To Care m Ooia In Ona Day. Take Laxativottlronjo(Quinine'iTnblets. All druggists refund money if it fails tacucsi. 25c the Mcrrimac. The commanding officer at Fort McPhcrson, Ga., has furnished No woman ever gets enough religion to the department a full list of the cap love her rival. Atchison Globe. tives to lacintate tue work ot ex change. This is likely to occupy moro time than uas originally expected STEONG STATEMENTS. of the difficulty of communicat- ton, June 6. The war department wub open for business in a limited way for half the day Sunday, and Adjt. Gen. Corbin was hard at cure being permanent. I am in better health work at his desk in telegraphic corre- than when I gave you the first interview spondence with army officers in all and certainly attribute my cure to Dr. WilPale parts of the country and par- liams' Pink Pills forowe People. from the "To these ticularly regarding the Spanish living death, pills II shallmj' release bless the always and military prisoners from whom se- day I was induced to take them." Such is the history of one of the most lections will be made for exchange of times. In the gallant little band that sunk remarkable rases in modern anyone say the face of such can that testimony, This extend I'aid 11U Claim. ed, followed by a pricking sensation, until at last the blood began to course freely and vigorously through liis body. Soon lie was restored to his old time health. A reDorter for The Monitor recent! v called' on Air. Petch again and was told: A IMP cnange, a ten dency freely. Next came a little to sweat his limbs. feeling in On Wednesday, July 20th, the Cleveland, Akron & Columbus K'y will run an excursion f lom Columbus, Z.incsvillc and intermediate stations to- - Niagar.t Falls, via Cleveland and the elegant Steamer City of Erie or City of lluffalo of the Cleveland & Huffalo Transit The round trip rate to Niagara Falls Co. will be JO.00 from Columbus and Zaticsvillc, W.OO from Mt. Vernon, $t.00 from Millers-bur$3.00 from Afcron and proportionately low rates from intermediate stations. Train will leave Columbus 11:30 a. in. and Zanes-vill12:00 noon 01 that tl.iy, making fast tune. For full information as to limits of tickets, trips beyond Niagara Falls and all agent of this company, details, applv or C V. DAt.Y, General Passenger Agent. g, e Not Mere Temporary Relief From Pain, Special forms of suffering lead many awoman toacqiurrtlie.-mor-pfrinhabit. , One of these forms of suffering is a dull, persistent pain ia accompanied by heat and throbbing. There is disinclination to work, because work only increases the pain. This is only one symptom, of a chain ofi troubles; she has others she cannot bear to confide to her physician, for fear of an examination, the terror of. alii sen( T 71 li sitive, modest women. A The physician, meantime,, knows V sfW ieSa her condition, but cannot combat her shrinking terror. He yields to her supplication for something, to relieve the pain. He gives her a fewmor-phin- c tablets, with very gravecan-tio- n as to their use. Foolish woman! She thinks morphine will help her right along; she. becomes its slave! A wise and a generous physician had such 1 a case; he told his patient he could do nothing for her, as she was too- nervous to undergo an examination. In despair, she went to visit a friend. She said to her, " Don't give nearest druggist's yourself up; just go and buy a bottle of Mrs. Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It will build you up. You will begin to feel better with the first bottle." She did so, and after the fifth bottle her health. was reestablished. Here is her own letter about it: "I was very miserable; was so- weak that ! could hardly get around the house, could not do any work without feeling tired out. My monthly periods had stopped and I was so tired and nerv ousall of the time. I was troubled very much with pains. A falling of the womb and bearing-dow- n friend advised me to take Lydia E. PinkhamV' Vegetable Compound; I have taken five bottles, and think it is the best medicine I ever used. Nowl can work, and feel like myself. pwwec I v used to be troubled greatly with my head, but I have had no bad headaches or palpita tion of the heart, womb trouble or bearing-dowpains, since I commenced to take Mrs. Pinkham's medicine. I gladly recommend the Vegetable Compound to every suffering woman. The use of one bottle will prove what it can do." Mrs. Lucy Peaslev, Derby, Center, Vt. the-side- Yrt-rKnovr 'What I to Kollovr. "What I am about to say is for your good,"-ialways the preface for the meanest things our friends can possibly retail into our unwilling ears. Chicago Timesdlerald. i s The Oiunlin niposlMor be-tau- so Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are not entitled to the careful consideration of every sufferer man, woman or child? Is not the case, in truth, a mirarlr nf moilr-- modiptiir.? l ' These pills are sold by all druggists and are considered by them to be one of the most valuable remedial agents known to science tiago. The number of Spanish prisoners at Fort McPhcrson Is one first lieutenant. From Mrs. A. V. Smith, 59 Summer seven second lieutenants, one sergeant and nine privates. St , Diddeford, Ale.: " For several years I Buffered with Information afforded by the official various diseases peculiar to my sex. records of the navy department as to Was troubled willi a burning sensatipn the full names and antecedents of the gallant sailors who mado up Hobson's across the Hinall of my back, that feeling, was despondent, fretful little crew In sinking the Mcrrimac and discouraged; the least exertion differs, in some essentials from the tired me. I tried sevcrar doctors but data furnished through the dispatch received little benefit. At last I de- boats Sunday morning. The naval list cided to give your Lydia E. I'lnlrfiara's is about us follows: first-clas- s machinDaniel Montage, Vegetable Compound a trial. The efist on the Kcw York, born in Ireland fect of the first bottle was magical. and SO years old; last enlistment in Those symptoms of weakness that I December, 1S!W); next of kin Knte Gold-swas afflicted with, vanished like vapor sister. Si Horatio street, New before the sun. I cannot speak too York. highly of your valuable remedy. It is gunner's George Charcttc, first-clas- s truly a boon to woman.." mate on the New York, born in Lowell, Mass., ya years of age; last From Mrs. Mkuasa Pmixirs, Lexenlistment May '20, lbOS; has been in ington, Ind., to Mrs. Pinkham: the service since 1881; his next of kiu "Before I began talcingyour medicino Is Alexander ChureUe, father, Lowell, I had suffered for two years with that Mass. tired feeling, headache, backache, no apOsborn (not Oscar) Deignan, coxn petite, and a condition of tho swain on the Mcrrimac, born in Stusystem. I could not walk across tho art, la., 'Jl years old; last enlistment room. I have taken four bottles of tho April 2J, 189S; next of kin Julia DeigVegetable Compound, one bos of Liver nan, mother, Stuart, In. Pills and used one package of Sanntlvo George V. (uot John P.) Phillips, Wash, and now feel like a new woman, machinist on the Mcrrimac, born in Koston, ."! years old; last enlistment and am able to do my work." March 0, 1S9S; next of kin Andrew From Mrs. Morxirc K. Uekijel, Pow Phillips, Cambridgeport, Mass. jsII Station, Tcnn.: Francis (probably instead of John) "Forthrccycarslsiiffercdwithsucha Kelly, water tender on tho Mcrrimac, weakness of the "back, I could not born in ISoston, U8 'years old; enlisted perform my hoiibchold duties. I also 41 Norfolk, April SI. last; next'of kin, had falling of the womb, terrible Francis Kelly, lloston. Randolph Clausen, coxswain on the pains and headache. I have taken two bottles of Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's New York; born In lloston and 28 years Vegetable Compound and feel of age; last enlistment February 25, like a new womnji. I recommend your 1807; next of kin, Teresa Clausen, wife, 127 Cherry street, New York. medicine to every woman I know." It is appurcnt to the department offi cials that the call for volunteers did not extend beyond the two '&hlps, New York and Merrimuc, as all the men named belonged to those two vessels. Great admiration is expressed at the department at the cool pluck and dis" bwbon uatnir :jiSOMtRTandn a mllq and eOectlvo laratlro Mioy are Mioplr woncretion hhown by the young cadet, derful. Mr daughter as.! 1 wtr tiothrrcu with lclctonictinod mr breath w. -- cirl'ad. After George V. Powell, who too'.c trnmand taking a few dtweti of Cawarcta I.qro Improved wouderfully. They lira a cmtt help i n tUo f auillr" of the New York's steam launch and lay under the batteries for many hours 1117 union liaute Ht., Cincinnati, Ohio. until he was satisfied from his own ob W(&bW CANDY servation that the Mcrrimac had gone CATHARTIC down before he' returned to the flagflf ship. It is felt that his fate involved a display of. ojulte as much courage as was shown by the Mcrrimac crew TTIAOC MAKK KCOIftTIRCO and he is likely to profit by it. all-gone n. run-dowbear-Ing-do- Throo Women Roliovod of Pomalo Troubles by Mrs. Pinkham. ing with the Spanish admiral at San- ANOTHER PATRIOT. the Centennial Kxposition which occurred in Philadelphia in 1S7G away out of sight and is next to the World's Fair at in importance to the whole country. reAll of the States in the arc interested, and our Knstern friends gion will enjoy a visit to Omaha during the continuance of the Exposition, from JunetoOc-tohe- r, inclusive. ,., liny vour lexi'ursion tickets over the Chicago, Milwaukee S St. Paul K'y. An illustrated folder descriptive of the Exposition will be sent yon on receipt of S'eent stamp Address Geo. II, HeafforJ, for postage. General Passenger Agent, Chfcagov 111. Chi-cig- o Trans-Mississip- ol 1MDH-Heat- s aaav m nrr iw,jtvwmnLi. J - lie Wnntetl LUerytliliiK Military and lYuvnl on the Hill of l'are. A good way to avoid trouble is to make tip your mind not to be troubled, but that is too much trouble. Washington (la.) Democrat. manently cured, Fits stopped free and Puffly is too old and there is too much of fso fits after first day's pel of Dr. Kline's use him to go to the war, but he never loses a Great Ncre Restorer. Free $2 trial bottle & chance to voice his patriotism. Dr. Kline, 913 Arch at., Phila., Pa. "Pork and beans, he mumbled over the treatise. , .. A,. .l. .1 ... - :. resiaiiraai menu me owicr uaj. cay. wan- ". fa'' ,n. a .V'J bO" nVlcr JLt nr. n t man flip rwra nr srmv hmni'' 1 . 11 "c "" j. to-th- e ba?.? "'(SI birderVrconlomL. aUerh ' 15 ccnt,-Atc1i- ison Globe. "rea.H. a. couple of these Spanish buns into! it. That's where they belong. Then throw the whole thing away." After Puffly glared around to sec whether anyoncchallcnged this direction, he chuckled an order for shelled peas. "Fruit?" he responded later to the waiter, "certainly," and he fairly shouted that he wanted a couple of naval oranges, "That's n hit," he communed to himself. "Most of these chumps that are not up with the times would have simply ordered oranges." Then he had another inspiration, and, taking in a full breath, he roared "And say, waiter, bring me a couple of Everybody within hear- Manila cheroots. ujK uiiinuuuiMi huh x uiuy wuvcu uoin ia. pels of his coat with national emblems at- - . t KroIll tlle to grandma in tho rocker Gr.iin-is good for the whole family. It is the substitute, for coffee. Never upsets the ncrvcH or injures the digestion. Made from Hire grain it is a food in itself. Hasthet.istc nnd appearance of the best coffee at the price. It is a genuine nnd scientific article and is come to stay. It makes for health and strength. Ask your grocer for Grain-lone-desire- ,,, ,,, - i. . "Game ole bihd dat." whisnered the v.iit. er just loud enough to be heard all over the A man's past is the best prophet of his Puffly gave no sign that he heard, future. Chicago Daily News. filacc. r on the table and walked a nut so straight that he leaned back. Detroit Fice Press. A horse never gets to the front in a race if h9 has been badly reared. Chicago Ncui. half-dolla- tached. draws a pretty fat salary. L. A. W. Bulletin. Piso's Cure cured me. of a Throat and r ., c of three caw atandiig.- -l. ur'S Cady, Huntington, Ind., Nov. 12, 1831. The lady in the mu-eu- ftmk THE on.$ MARKETS. CiciNNAif.t. June 3 00 4 IS w n LIVE Select butchers CAIA'ES-P- alr to good light. HOGS Common..., Mixed packers Unlit hlilnneri... Slir.IU'-Cho- lce I.AMI1S KLOUIl Winter fiimtlv '.'red GltAIN Wheat-- No , No. 3 red Corn No. " mixed No. 5 Hye No.2 HAY 1'rlmn to choice PKOVISION'S-McUUTTER-Cho- lce fenrlne - 3 80 ' 3 KS fo 1 00 3 10 44 3 3 ?i 3 35 6,00 (Tp 6 25 4 50 ff I W SKI EUI & 7. $. 4 00 4 M WOIW "THOUGHTLESS FOLKS HAVE THE HARDEST WORK, BUT QUICK W3TTED PEOPLE USE fe 1 BREATH . BAD Oaf a 0 59 a i mi to 3m CTHE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS & 5 (If 0 ;.s Lard Prime steam.. dairy Prlnio to choice creamery.. APPI.KS-r- cr bbl POTATOKb-P- cr bbl CIIICAUa FLOUR Winter patents Xc, 2 red. ... No. 3 Chicago bprlns GUAIK-Whcjt-- ss pork... 3 00 70 5 75 etwi ft 5 "S fe is !'! ft 3 13 ft ft 13 p. a f't. 1 1 00 1.9 ra 10 3S COHN-- No. 2 : OATS poiuc-m- crs No. 2 ft ft ft ft ft ft 10 LAUD-Stc- am 5 V'.iJJS, 0 00 ft.O 3i M5 4 aaf FLOUR Winter patent,... ,.. WHEAT-N-o. area COUN-N- NKW YORIC 6 p. 8 in 1 RYE o. 2 mixed a 11 a a ft OATS r h.hi. ... k.,h, CURE .- -,. orjj.;x':vwj;;!i B talcl. relief and iiirfwoi nd it . (Uf.r"a u.u.um:iiv:tani,ui,.i",ij. uo lxrqr frco. Ircntmcut id for Dr. bykiaOTUJdraa . I Beat Uotvh flyran. ToaIci Ootid.' Coo m hiiii iit arutrclrila i.iPikv iviiiul ah incVrT"1 r.g Sunday night at the white houso that the recommendation of the president as to the promotion of Junior Lieut. Ilobson would not be sont to congress before Tuesday. Ily that time it is f.vpccted that the arrangements for tne exchange of the prisoners will Uavc been concluded. The AlfreU Arrives itt llullfui. Halifax. N. S June 0. Tho Amcri can btuum yacht Alfred, from the groat lakes, bound to New York, liaving been secured ly the United States arrived Sunday for coaL Hobttin to He Promoted. Washixotok, June 0. It was, PORK New Mess LARD Western HALTIMORE. rLOCR-Pam- lly Mixed ft m 30 OU 10 5TJj 73 ftW tf37K 6 00 1 stated GKAIN Wheat No. Southern Wheat Corn Mixed 4 S 5 1 1 CO W.i'ic. Oats No 2lille Rye No. '.' oslcrn CATTLE First quality HOQb Western INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN-Wheat-- )Hi 3Vift 00 m ft :c,'J 1 In': 4 4 ft ft 31 604 4 J UIU ft ft ft 33 No. 2 1 10 3.1J No. 2 mixed Outs No. 2mlxcd Corn TLOUR-Wln- 0j i tcr GRAIN Wheat No. Oats Mixed PORK-M- ess LOUISVILLE. patent Corn Mixed 2rcd... '. 3 73 ft ft ft ft 400 111) 37 LARD btcam W itu173 41 3i W is duo not only to the originality and simplicity of tho combination, but also to the care nnd skill with which it is manufactured by bcientifle processes known to the California Fio Sviuji Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the truo and original remedy. As tho genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by tho California Fio Syrup Co. only, a knowlcdgo of that fact will assist ona in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fio Syrup Co. with tho medical profession, and the satisfaction which tho genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the namo of the Company a guaranty of tho excellence of its remedy. It is far in advanco of nil other laxatives, as it acts on tho kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weaken-"lo- g them, and it docs not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial .effects, plcaso remember the name of Jtlfo Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8 AN FKANCICOO, SAPOLIO l 0O4t M HIMI Hll 5HOOT WlNCr.ESTEI lOAPED' AGENTS WAHTED of For l(i9 LIFE and TIMES Shot Gun Shells E&TilSliaTaTaTaTaTt Used bvAllthe GtAMPtONSHors. jUia. JemNMfeoNAPosrAL&io, fOR IS2 PAGllUUSTKATtD QTALOOUE. In lis with Illdpnth' HUtory ol the World. MaKnlncentljr and bound, 11 will bo eagai taken by all cUmm. A bonanza for affenlii docura canvaiBlns utnt and territory now. IV Clherul Sull ?? term and credit given to UUOTIIKI13 FU11U8U1MU CO., CINCINNATI, OHIO. hlitorlan, John bjrtbclbrtdToluin of nearlr Clark lUdpath.LU U, A lumptuous a papteB. unlforia GLADSTONE, lutratd r nvent. lJ Winchester Refiating Arms (e7 ISO Wl.warcivt. NntHAWl. CottH HEADERS OF THIS 1'41'KU DESiniNCJ TO BUY ANTXHINO A1JVEKTISKD IN ITS COI.UMNd SHOULD INSIST UPO.V IIAV1NO WUAT THEY ASK IOU, KEFU8INQ ALL SUBSTITUTES Oil IMITATIONS. the world for Chronic Vnrl-nii- e Ulcer. fcroniloiu Ulcer, and all Ulcer,It Ginnreoe, FoTer Sore, poison, all uurer fall. Drawjcutpermanent, UldSore. haves pxpenio anil mlTerlne- .- Curn 1'llea, Jlnrn, C'ut, lletttalvefur 11 mail, all FVeh tVouinl. AI.I.F.K amsill.3.Iei large, "no? noow free. MK1G1N .1. V. Hold by UruggUt. CO., at. Paul, Minn. Is the onlr uro cur In Iodine Carbolavte Ouaranteed to cure VATABUU ami By mall tin) AiMtrhh Jlronchltl. All ilrufelttilrop.,ilueralo,N.Y. W. U. SMITUdtlU, Life! Life! Life or Poekrt Catlcr'e CRES-F- nnj, I Aiccie. Th 7 finn finn ( UUUlUUU IHt CiTlLOOCI. A. N. K.- c.l.n; lt,t ir.ll.CBtwrOBD guthi cbtia, ur tM. CO., TIaibor, H!ncral. Swb.LtU, Toaa. UNIVERSITY LarilTlUJCKr. NEW YORK. Jf.T. Cl. enilOlTlflU UlBJIvrrrfr'varM,bir.li CUUllA IlUn Va.ttrltrtaatlfrlt7rralirralai ffararr OrrUa4 Mtatblf. 9a FraatUe, aaaaiaraalaa at taa 8Uarrl IVUE.V 1712 WKITINO I1 0 AMYKUTlaEU.! pleme loo that yoa law tSlQ AlltQtUw mant la tUU paper. ; -E fV iiJl-'h .t