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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1898 mou1898061701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i llfiitf s VOLUME XII. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUf TY, ver, and .they, turning and finding themselves without support, ran hotter skelter down the reverse sldo of the hill. It was during tills assault that Assistant Surgeon Glbbs was killed. He wns shot in the head in front of his own tent, the farthest point of attack. Ho fell into the arms of Private Sullivan and both dropped. A second bullet threw dust in their faces. Surgeon Oibbs lived ten minutes, but did not regain consciousness. The surgeons of the hospital corps then removed their quarters to the trenches about the old Spanish stockade north of the camp. The attacks were continued at intervals throughout the rest of tlie night, with firing from small squads iu various directions. Tow aid morning the fire slackened. Dawn is tlie favorite time for attack, nnd, ns the cast paled, the marines lying on their guns were aroused. Some were actually asleep, as they hud no rest for 4S hours and tired natnre could no longer stand the strain. But no attack came. field guns, Three new which could not be used during the night for fear of hitting our'own men, shelled several squads of Spaniards after daylight. They dove into tlie bushes like prairie dogs into burrows as the shells broke over them in the As gray dawn. the correspondent talked with Ma )? Cockrcll, who charge of was in the outof tlie finding of the posts, word-camHe was 'rebody of Sergt. Smith. ported, as having been killed nt five o'clock on the previous dny, but It appears that he had been sect alive nt ten o'clock In the evening. 'When and how lie was killed nono knows at this writing. Neither had tlie men been mustered nor had the outposts of Lieut. Xevllto nnd hay been, relieved. i Lieut. Col; .Huntington and Maj. Cockrcll gave 'high, praise to the netjvo d steadiness of officers and men, especially the young ones, as the engagement was a baptism pf .fire fpr a large niujdritj-- . The men were in tlarjtness and In n strange land, but y moou to inuir'posis wuireourage i e -- IDg . FRIDAYS JUNE 17, 1899. NUMBER' THIRTEEN HOURS. Fierce Battle Between Marines, Spanish Guerrilas and Regulars at Guanatananio. ENGAGEMENT ALMOST CONTINUOUS. It Coiiimenceil nt Three O'CIock Satur- iluy Afternoon iiuil Kuilcd at Six O'CIock Sunday Moininfi;. Men Killed nml One Wounded l'our of Our Advunce Picket Unurrounted l'or Spanish 1.6s Unknown, Itut It Win I'rolinblx On lioAi:i iiu: Dispa icii IIoat Dai 1, Orr CJuantanasio, Sunday, .lime IS, via Mor.r. far. Nicholas, Hayti, .Tunc 13. Lieut. Col. II. V. Hunting-ton"- battalion marines, which landed froni the transport Tanther on Friday nnd encamped on the hill guarding the abandoned c.lbto station at the entrance tojtliu outer harbor of Guanatananio, has been engaged in beating oil a bush attack by Spanish guerillas and regulars since 3 o'clock Saturday nftcrnoon. The fighting wns almost continuous for Hi hours until 0 o'clock Sunday morning, when reinforcements were landed from the Marblehcad. I'our of our men were killed and one r t K fr fr ' Jt pected. H lstlmatcsvary as to thd attacking v foVce, somesay the figures run ns f high nS 1,000. Coi MTampina, the Ciiban"guideT said iho. Spaniards were mostly, irregillars, but tho-- , reports of GEN. WILLIAM It. SHATTER. the discharge of Muusar rifles would (In Command of tho Army Expedition t Santiago de Cuba.) indicate that they were, regulars, hs. most of the guerillas caury .'.Refnmg-erillas-- ," ni.a, rtjle Vl .DESTRUCTIVE FLAMES. tons The Cuban " have more dash and courage than tlj 'aga'n liumense I'imer House, Detroit, . lcgulars. ' Sllch., a Total Loss Ire 1'lre- The new campaign uniforms prove iy inen Itt(ttr llurned. satisfactory and are almost invisible at a distance ot !J0O yards. The Lee UiandiT, Mich.. June 13. 0. l Case's guns caused several accidertts in draw- Immense power building on Congress ing cartridges. Corporal Glass shat- street, west, was discovered" on Are at tered his hand. 3 o'clock ' Saturday morntng. Tho Despite tlie loss of the men, which is building was a very large seven-stor- y keenly regretted, the marines rejoice structure, occupied by many light that they have been engaged in their manufacturing concerns. It was comfirst fight on Cuban soil. They sailed pleted a year ago on tlie site formerly f i oin New York the day war was de- occupied by a large livery stable, which clared and expected to land within' n had burned, causing the death of five Sineelfthpn. until men, Havana. week at Tlie power building is already a landed on the shore of Gua'utanamo total loss. on the bay, they had been coopell-uA four-stor- y annex to tlie Buhl office Panther and they had begun to fear building facing on Congress street that the troops would beat them after!Hiest was set afire on top by falliug of all. burning debris from the Case building. In controlling the outer harbor of The. annex was badly gutted. Tart of Hunt- spiro Guahtnnamo, where Lieut.-Co- l. of St. Paul's Episcopal church ington's battalion of marines landed was burned. Two flrsmen were badly The Marblehead launch, a Colt ran- -, on Friday, Rr. Adm. Sampson secures burned and 'three werc.Jnjured by fall1 ' chine gun in her bow, pushed up the possession of the Cuban terminus of lng walls. , bay enfiladlug the Spaniards, and it ls tlie Trench cable to Hayti. The apSeveral incipient bluzes started in-- . e 'at the harbor the ayneJollnty'banl: building and thought that somo were killed. Thc( paratus in' tq thp wa- m'o.uth w'as w reckbd by a shcll but other otlice structures in tlie vicinity marines trailed much blood ter's edge and there lost it. Sharks are the 'cable steamer Adrla has instru- and numerous, awnings' and other In- ments and operators aboard and di- flamablc materials were consumed. numerous In the vicinity. with Washing- Several little flfes caught in the Tlie ships throw their searoh lights rect , communication cfcStVic eyes ton will soon be established. The disashore, the powerful Union Trust .building, which sweeping the deep tropic foliage" 'and tance "overland to Santiago around the was directly to leeward of tho disclosing occasionally skulking1' par- bay1-IS-' about sixty miles and tho roads j burning power building but fur ties of Spaniards. It nil resembled a have been rendered impassable by tlie ther serious spread of flames was check transformation sceno at t.hotharborv Cubans under Pedro Perez. The first ed. An old two-stor-y wooden struc Each discovery of the cnemyt,w,i(st, "'.division of the Cuban army claims to ture west of the Caso bu't4ding was Wcx.'4,Q'J0 men, but these figures crushed by a portion of the tottering" greeted by the cracks of carbine-tir- e along the edge of the camp ridge or by are probably over estimated. The wall falling upon it. The front walls the long roll of the launch's machine Cubans Wlie.ve that there nrev of the Case building leane.d-outw.irguus, searching the thickets with a nbout 3,500 soldiers in the vlcin-itmenacingly aud finally fell Jn tho lies stteet, portions at a time. which Caimancra, ' of leaden stream. Nothing of Shortly after midnight caino the nt the' entrance to the Inner harbor. Jhc Case building was saved. main attack. The Span, lards, mod a Gauntauamo City is inland about IB The case building was valued at SUO,- gauant cnargo up tlie 60utliw est slope; .miles'. The tw o harbors nre connected 000. It was insured for 800,000. The channel., ltHstfic outer contents are roughly estimated ut but were met by repeated volleys from by now $100,000, but may .the main body nnd broke before they harbor which A'dm. fcatnpson reach above that Yose-mit- e d of tlie way up the hill; holds witli the Marblehcad. the were amount. . . battaland the; Vixen, and with a but they came so close, that at points A Washington dispatch says that the n hand to hand strug- ion of mariu'es on the crest of n blunt there wns almost the Monadnock has been ordered to go to gle. The officers used, their re- topped eminence commanding volvers. Three Spaniards got through entrance on the western side. In the Hawaii with a transport carrying n the open formation to the edge Inner harbor are two small Spanish large number of marines, raise tho of the camp. Col, ."ose Camptun, gunboats and at Caimancra there is a American flag there and establish a base of supplies. the Cuban guide, discharged his revol battery. SQO-an. p tlie-ollled one-thir, !h 'llie ypapish loss .' unknown, but it Tho nrpHauly considerable. WIS splashes of .blood found nt daylight at the position the bpaufards occupied indicate '.italjtfci but their comrades carried jjff'thc kilh;d and w ounded. The engagement 'vbejfnu.with desultory firing at the pickets 1,000 yards inland from the camp. Capiplfer's company was doing guard tlnjjjnd was driven in. finally YnllyUirc,n tlie camp and repulsing, the eri"eniy Tit &.! o clock. Tlie bouies 01 privates and Durphy were found, both shot in the head. The large cavities mused by the bullets, which inside a range 6f fiOO yards have a'rotary motion, indicato that the victims were killed at close range. Tlie bodies were stripped of shoes, Jiats and cartridge belts, and horribly mutilated with machetes. When they were brought in the whole battalion formed three sides of u hollow square about the camp on tlie hill top. Itclow in the bay were tlie war ships at anchor. Inland from the hill camp is a deep ravine and beyond this are high hills. The adjacent country is heavy with a thicket grow th. The sky was blanketed with .clouds, and when the snn set a gale was blowing seaward. Night fell, thick and impenetrable. The Spanisli squads coricoaled in tlie chapparcl cover hmftlic advantage, the Americans on tlie ridge furnishing fine targets against the sky and the white tents. The Spaniards fought .from cover till niidnlght, discoverable only by flashes at which the marines fired volleys. The repeaters sounded like crackers In a bnrrtil. r. : ..-- wounded. Vi'hc advance pickets-undeLicuts. Noyjllc and Shaw are unaccounted for. Among the killed is Assistant Surgeon John Itlalr Glbbs, sou of JIaj. Gihbsv of the 'regular army, who fell In the Custer massacre,. Ills home was nt Kichmohd, Va., bujhc has been practicing iu Js'ew York and Jio entered the ser'iee siiico the- war liegiin. He was aftery popular officer. The otbcrs.kfllcd lire Sorg. Charles II. Smith, of(Smallwood; Private William Dunphy, of Gloucester, Mass., nnd Private James McColgan.of Stoneham, , "Tr" il . r.isjta was .iu:cliuniffllJv I v.!iilfofiUu(rein6d''thera.w-aSkinp3i7nnfr r mt iiti i r ni ir i irni iiim 'rirxahAnrnf "" . At expedition ot three steam ss7 BOUNb FOR .CUBA. launches, officered by Lieut. Norman, ... ..... i ... . Xr , lf.iitrif'nf.. iiiMi-,l(,laiim vuti Oil U I'll Hnsign I.ustl, son of Mr. James D. ' ... .ttr B From "if ... ..j U'nif irn,i.in.......i .,,v vitv:t vuiuiuauu Hustls, foimer Un. ted States ambassa yjgifot lien. Shatter. dor to Prance, and Cadet G. Van W under the general command of "jpVAsiftgoto.x, June was OB" Lieut Anderson, of Hhe cruiser Mar announced aj, the war depart- KY. blehcad, Saturday night, dragged for bnt iMondav ... morninjr that. trnT first o I v A mines, but found none. Lieut. Ander BaooeMors U,the Lincoln National Sank. son, who distinguished himself nt Cicnfeugos, pulled a dingy within 50 yards of the fort without being discov lKcottfcrence betwe6n tho officials, of. . or provision ol its dharter, depositors are as fully protected as aj,Wl depositors in National Banks, its shareholders beine held Individually 7 ered. He found the fort to consist of .Jhavy 'apir war 'departmentSyand llable to the extent of the amount of stock therein rat the par valu jgi el-1-- s" masonry, with three guns mounted r ari Session the seaward. ppleted It, plans for convoying thereof In addition to the amount invested in such sharesrt It may act or Receiver; as an individual, Judging from the panic in which tho troop transports. Maj. Gen, as Executor, AdmiaistratorJTrnaU Snaninrds fled from the village at after, who commands this s Fisherman's Point, they will scatter wTth him a force of 773 officers Co., StanFarmers Bank and Condition of They left at nt the first approach. 14,501 elillsted men. The United Fisherman's Point three antiquated ford. Kentucky. December 31. 1896. iicTguiur. icoops mqite up tnc Howitzers, several cases of ammunifefCt hart of the- foreo thorn lminc , LIABILITIES tion, shell and canister, some' Mauser bit threj.vblunteer organizations on NotMaud BillsRESOURCES: ...t302.StS.3l Capital Stock...... ..... 1,005.82 rifles and n regimental flag of the Other Stocks and Bonds. y... tlq ships. ai41 Surplus' Fund , YrknfantryTlicse are the1- 7lst sfews Ovrnlrafts lianlti Iff. sXW'C Del Principe No. S. 45,239 M Individual Deposits .... Duo from volunteers.thc 2d Banking Uoiua and Fixtures., 6,400 00 Every precaution has bfren taken to in'fantry volunteers and two 5Mi'J0 Duo to Banks. guard the men .from disease. All huts d'ipwtcd, s,qjhdrqns of four troops L'aia....'. 1337,013,00 in the locality have been razed, large eAli" from thertlst United States casks pf Spanisli wine have been cavalry the tieglraent which smashed, two wells have been boarded Qw." yood commands and Of which DIRECTORS: up and all the drinking water used is TlWddrc "Roosevelt is the lieutenant r J, J. yilliams, Mk. Vornon. S. J: Kmbry, Stanford. va 'supplied from the fleet. Tlie marines coloneL , " , , J S. Owsley, Stanford. J. F. Cash, Stanford. nre well equipped for the enmpaign. ' hcthcr cither of these .'officers is J. B. Owsley, Stanford. , A. W. 'Carpenter. Stanford f . J .2?' The camp will probably be named W'ljli tlje twbsqimdrons named is 'not Willlam-OdocStanford. r W. II. Cummins', Llncolu Cputfty ifJCamp McCalla, after the commando r. y5t Irtidwn at the war department. J. . Lynnk Stanford. It b. H. Shanks, Stanford. of the Marblchead, who is Indefatiga- was difficult tb p'revatl upon J.N. Mcncfee. Stanford.' he ,M,r xm i ble and has not removed his clothing induatcd rjflemen to leave their mounts B. H. .SHANKS, President. J, B. OWSLEY: Crfeht t bombardment. since the behind, but this was a matter of necesSunddy morning the British steam' W, M.BRIGHrlY Teller. sity, it Is said, owing to the lack of r er Newfoundland, of Montreal, .with a accommodations for the horses on, tSFWc solicit all Hayjng business inbank to cali.pr .writeHtus, and general cargo from Halifax,' Steamed .liiphpard. they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSIftvSfts Cashier. ";$ t into the harbor. Her commander was The bes't that the department could of tl&St tins timiu the way of supply-Iii- i greatly surprised at the presence a.i the Americans, but he retained enough the cavalry contingent for tho composure dip his flag three to was to Include among the times aud then started to put about. tioOps one squadron pf the 2d United A shot across the bows from th,c Mar- Stutps eaValry fully mounted wltftnlne blehcad stopped him und the vessel ofiicera hlld 2S0 enlisted men. Tliev'tuTl' U , u vijAVv ml? M was boarded, her papers show ing that nfT'af VtHo froop,s. that make up tlius' 13 absolalely necessary to tho young man or young woman who- woulcrVft V ' VjiM eucccs irflife. Tlis. being conceded, it is of tho first importance- - to giSt your, capshe was b'ondd for Jamaica. The epcQll0Jlf as- rjeporicji 19 jic"waip: rW tain explained that he had put in to department by Gen' Sbafter, is'as fol- - training tit tho school that stands ifc jthc very front rank tho - VtSr .. x r sec if he could get a return cargo of lows: " t sugar. He was informed that ho ln?3ntry lGth, regiments 0th, w IJL could not and was then allowed to r.C'e York volunteers, 10th, .tar, , proceed. HBk 'Jn'flStlSoth, 'itth,,tith, 23nA, J An J WW Or-de- n, 4; K3P ..r J vt :r:ae?' tiiBtii-. . b i v -- n ' ' '3rT V UU THE FAtM'ERSiBAN aiid TRUST; COM CBHS)M STANFORD. for-ijiall- y' - :S 1 V-- all-da- war'-boar- d expedi-frfhli- the Trust 1 1 - Massa-cljjnjj- uv...iaHikw d&- er . 'Wir'r -' ' '' . ' . ti. ft. business mm w. '; - ; i $ -- - Bryatit ;& Stratton Business Coifee,. ' - st, .v.c ir iffaecOlntFeMd:-i . ''WoMJanfc." ...t i i Alio marines, uiougn very uiucu ex haustcd, were eager for more fighting, prpmlsing to inflict heavy punishment. They complimented the daring of the Spaniards with characteristic camp profanity. Sunday tlie amplest precautions were taken and as the Dauntless left reinforcements were landiug from the A stormy tVme was. exMarblehcad. ..... , ir - .. . w wwfoVkWH ((3 ;Y&? r$&i$ XMtUS3&K32Zr22S!gX&9!imHaaB& c- i'ar'CTiK,.srwCT--TBwrji' enusU- men. Kami ;?- - tici-ssL&L- i iu,-7t- rj - jr v W Cavalry Tw o dismounted squadrons of four troops each from the 3d, Cth, 10th cavalry and two dis Oth, lsfr-anmounted squadrons of four troops each from the 1st United States volunTotal dismounted cavteer cavalry. alry, 150 officers, 2.ST5 enlisted men; mounted cavalry, one squadron of the 2d, nine officers and 280 enlisted men. Artjllory Light batteries U and K, 1st artillery A find!1, 2d artillery, 14 officers and 323 enlisted men. Batteries" O and II, 1th artillery, siege, 4 and 132 enlisted men. IJnginecrs Coinpanics C and 13, 9 officers, 200 enlisted men. Signal Corps One detachment, 2 offofli-cc- JsooMeeepmg, ;r " ahorthqnd, .vr Temgrayhy. i ? Write for beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates ocqupylngpromU jnt positions all over the United States It will be mailed FKL'tt 17J 1$ v r rs m rv Druggists and Pharmacists. MC-&D.N. WILLIAMS Chemicals, Paints, 1 'I- - icers and 45 Hospital detachin'cnts are- included in the foregoing figures. The stall corps numbers 15 officers. Tho gratid total of the expedition Is 773 officers and 14,501 enlisted men. (ten. Shaffer in his report indicates the great obstacle that had to be overcome in order to embark his force at I'ort.Tampaj-utu- l it is not likely, if his recommendation carries weight, that theeffort will be made to again embark so large anumber of troops from enlisted irien. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Patent Medicine. Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &u Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call for Roods usually kept in a drugstore. Oils, Varnishes, first-clas- s We carrv Drugs, this port without considerably facilities. - . cnlarg-ingjhe.shlppi- f. .. see $200,000. Uriih'l'iial rx vf THE BILL SIGNED. The Pretldeut Att.irhr IIU Xame In the War licrenue I til I nnl U I Now u I. nr ot tlie Land. First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Capital Stock Surplus 523,100. Vabhinoton, June 14. The war revenue bill was brought to the white house by a house messenger at 2:15 Monday and was signed by tho and It Is now a law. , 'li'v'mcdiately dppn receipt of information from the white house that the Wfar revenue bill had been signed by tlie president, Secretary Gage issued the a circular, explaining to the public the proposed bond issue. presl-dcutatSi- -- DIRECTORSJ, W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Refd T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, J. S. Hoclccr and M. J. Miller. We solicit the accounts of the citizens ot Rockcastle and adjoining counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a vicur to business relations, respectfully invited. J- - S. HOCKER, Prea, JNO. J. McROBERTS, CaiMe (if li. IMliilo'H Army t"irin. London', .riiffif 14. Tho Madrid says: The army corps under Gen. I'ando, in eastern Cuba, is composed of 'four divisions, under Gens. Linares, Luque, AN daze,,apuMarch, stationed respectively at Santiago, Hblguin, Manyanilla and I'uorto Principe. Gen. Linares lias 8,000'mcn who, with the 2,000 under Adm. Cervera, are considered by tho government sufficient to repel invasion. A Iloom In the Tea Murket. New York, Juno 14. The duty of 10 cents'n pound on all imports of tea un dertthe war revenue bill, has caused a boom in tho tea market and prices have advanced very rapidly during the The improvement in some grades has been as much as seven cents a pound, while au average gain in values has been about six cents from the last miction sale, which was held a last-wec- , i '. V GO TO JONAS McKENZIE For Everything: Iu 3 tteckago last Thursday. Dro Goons, 6iotii!Do.BooisanflSlioes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at Living Prices , I ' T : ' Mt Vernon Signal. miii r"v, - M n Sidney McClure and Mole Par- Kate Magee of Loudon and sister ify ou ate it subscriber to the IZ sons were up from Silver Creek, to our fellow townsman, John C. SIGNAL you can get the Weekly Magee. They will at once go to Sunday on their "sycles." j,uuibvmc wispatcu tor 50 cts. DEALERS IN having secured Friday, Junk 17, 1898 ' Commercial, 40 cts. John Crawford and wife were rooms of Mrs. M. J. Gooden. The ' Courier Journal, visiting at 'Squire Brannaman's, writer joins their many friends Published every Ft iday by (twice a week) 25 cts. Saturday and Sunday. Come to see us. Will sell you honest gcrds at lair prices. , here in extending to them the " I'ost. Daily, JAMES AfARET. $1.75 ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. Tom Brannamau says that the warmest congratulations and wish Cincinnati Inquire 50 cts. Corner $I.OO only place that Suits him on earth, es that their path mnv always be vStS SUBSCKIITION ONK YEAR Chattanoogii, Farm & Trade 25 cts. is at Welchburg, Jackson county. one of happiness. Advertising rales made knoivn on KY . Willie Jones, who was reported application hurt by the bursting of an told iron pipe last week, is getting aloug ANNOUNCEMENTS. nicely. IHiALtiR IN We are authorized to announce From present indications regard WHISKIES' WINES, &o., &c JOHN 1), THOMPSON, ing the manuVerings of Dr. Lewis, KY as a candidate for the renomiuation we are listniug for something to W. H. u and Fine?- - atw 52 Congress in for .UepfeMiiitative "drap" They say he's going to ;' MANUI'ACTURKU AND DFAV.KK IN subject io the action of the Demo H. H. REYNOLDS buy a lot. crajic party. DAVIS & SON house-keepin- General Merchandise QJd i ' tt j. MT. and CllUrch VERNON, FOURTH JULY 'TOM FERRELL ROWLAND, Brodhead Marble Works collVer, 'proprietor. 1 m ft Judge R. G. Williams. Mrs. Cleo We ate authorised to announce Brown, Sam Denham, Mrs. Georgie Rice, and Miss Susie Thompson, james b. Mccreary, a candidate for nomination for of Mt. Vernon, visited at Gus Stew Representative in Congress subject art's' and Mr. Blazer's Saturday and to the action of the Democratic Sunday last. PICNI AT Two Mile this Side of C Blacksmith, idrodhoad, Ky, Horseshoeing, all 'round, 60 cents. Everything furnished. Best nails and'slioes used. 37-s- Monnu merits and Tornt Stones. party. LIVINGS.XQtf Gen. Frrz Lee, it is said, tv attack Havana immediately 40,000 men. will Adam's Grove, BRODHEAD. Mt. Vernon Collegiate-InstitutIN e, with R. A. Sparks Sunday. Was in Lancaster, . WAGONS I MADE BY connection with centre college.. Fall Session Opens Sepember 6, 189S Academic, Intermediate, and' IT is to be hoped that Admiral W. O. Barnes was in Stanford Sampson vlll arrange for a giant again Sunday, fire works' performance before Henry Fish is visitiug his neice, Havana on the 4th of July. Mrs. F. M. Gairatt. If Spain will hold out long Mr. and (Mrs. L. P. Gray are visenough the spectacle of American iting in Lancaster; cannon booming away at the Escu-ria- l j. x. xerry nas returned irom a Falace itself may excite the won business trip to Stanford. de'r and awe of the "vorld. Mrs. R.- C. Wade is visiting her flying squadron forming at parents in Perryville. The Newpoit News Is good for over 20 Mrs. Claude Linville has reknots an hour. "Spain will not be turned from Paris after a visit to able to run away from this formid- Mr. Linville's relatives. . able collection of fighting ships. Mrs. Joe O'Donnelh of Lebanon Junction, is visiting her parents; Spain collects a revenue of Mt. and Mrs. W. P. Raines. about $173,000,000. Of tlii? $80,- ' Mrs. F. L. Thompson and Mrs. 000,000 is paid out as interest on Lo'vell, of Mt. Vernon were the the public debt, $8,500,000 is paid to tin; clergy, and the schools get guests of Mrs. W. J. Sparks last ' wek. about $2,500,000. i.Russ Dillion has joined his wiW ne kA4L tlio Ltiai. f Di'.rlmnnil ill .1 wno is visaing ntr parents at Wib.VUUU kill. Hill. liaxini!lon inrv decided that han'ir- Miss Linda accompanied l tilir is flip hpvf rlisnnsitinti tr nififcf hinT. ' of a "lunatic" who harbored malice J J. Cozttt is in Bradfordsville, for years and finally slew in cold being called there by the death of blood a cripple pleading for his life. his father-in-laand the serious illness" of his father. What nation can compare with us when we shall have arranged Miss LaVerna Starks, after a for domestic supplies of cholera visit to her brother, W. H. Starks, and bubonic plague from the returned to Russellville, her home, jellow fever from Cuba Saturday. and Porto Ricq and leprosy from Mrs. Anna Roller'a nd Miss Dora Hawaii? Jenkins returned to their homes a Lebanon Junction and Tunnel Hill Tnu appearance of a few more after a visit to Mrs, Rolle r'S siSter. Spanish spooks in Cuban waters Mrs. Geo. McCarthy. will make the prolongation of the Judge McClure, Sain Lewis, Inwar until after the Congressional - Plenty of good spring water The Best Spring on Earth. H. C. Gentry, ARE A3 GOOD AS Special Normal Work for Teachers L. M. SCROGGS. Principal the Primary, Departments: Games arid Amuse- y BEST Twenty-eigh- t smithing. Richmond Street, Will be on the Grounds. Music Ky. by the Mt. Vernon, and Brod? head Bands. merits of All Kinds, years xpenence in the business. Horse shoeing a Also gene .' black- pecialty. Mt. Vernon, Hacks will run out to nou. grounds from Brodhead and Mt. Ver BO EXPERIENCE YEARS' Town ' Uivin get on Lots for Business and Dvelling: .; see-them- There will be plenty to eat on the grounds, but every one can bring a basket. .A Teljfcpljone office will be opened at" the Grove, connect 7ltl W A iviay-wocj- d. ing with lirodhead, Stanford, etc. Officers will be present and good order will prevail. &nrono tending qutclilr ascertain onr opininn freo whether aa plion 18 proonuir nntentable. umiiiuiiim. IctlrconncW.tlfl. Handbook n t'ntents runntfntn. Olrioflt ficrnncv for aecurlnff Datentfl. taken throueh Munn A Co. recclTO Patents trtctal notict, without cbareo, in tho K Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. a tketrh and description my In the most desirable Part ofpown near new Depot. Call Homsesiand1, . - nin four months. tllntrtod nli.nn nt nnr intantttln SL rvicS OfEcc. CS V scientific American weekly. Ijlreest handiomoly Et.. Innrn&l. Terms, 13 a Sold brail newsdealers. rlr fnUNN&Co.36'6'" New York Voshlneton. D. C. Wm. FIELDS W. G. Adams. Skin Diseases. day in each hionth. day in January, October. Phil-lipine- COURT CALENDAR. County Court. Fourth Mon- Quarterly Court. Fit st Mon April, July and For tho epeetly anil permanent enre of tetter.'. rfalt rheum and eczema, Chamberlain's Eyo and "Skin Ointment fa without nn fijmil. It relieve the itch ing ana 'sjiuirtliiK alnicrt instantly nnu its continued iwo effects a permanent cure. It also enres Itch, bnrher's itch, scald hertil, Boro nipples, itchim; piles, chapped hands, chronic erne eyes and granulated lidi. Worses nro the- le.st GREEN FRONT oooDrug Store Drugs, Medicines, " j elections aie a certainty. What, spector Lestei, of Frankfort; pay two millions a day war expen- W. E. Variiou were the guests of tember. Mt. Vernon Police Court. ses, and think of prolonging a war W. It. Dillion last week. Third Monday in each month. until the result of the fall elections Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Brown and are known Circuit Court. Second Monday in February, Fourth Monday and in May and Third Monday iu Sep Dr. Cadj-'- ConilKInn andvonnitui'ij. Price. U.miti. Soldby tunic for blood purifier I'ov.-.Ic- rs Groceries' TOBACCO AND CIGARS Cheap, A 2llon ot POnE UNSKl'.n OIL mixed with 11 1; lilOll ct llll HJ.ll H III Cheaper, C. C- - Cheapest DAVIS & CO ,N Mrs. W. B. Dillion were in Richmond, Friday to attend the burial Out in Missouri he have intro of Mr. Brown's sister, Mrs. Leon duced hugging societies to ?well Stackpole. the church treasury, and a Missouri paper gives the following scale of Rome Adams and family, and prices: Gjrls under sixteen, 15c a others attended the furieral of Mrs. ling of two minutes, or 10c for a Charley Harris which was preached short squeeze; from sixteen to at Mullin's Station, Sunday, by twentyfive, 75c: Fdhool marms, 40c: Rev. Mart Owens. another man's wife, $1: widows, The meeting held by Bro. Ira from oc: to $3: old maids--, 30 a M. Boswellat the Christian church piece or two for nickel. No limit to closed Friday night with 29 additime. tions to the church; 14 having made the confession. Tiii? price of wheat has gone down and Europe has begun to Ja. Coffey was in .S.tanford the buy again in tremendous quantities. first of the week. It is Judge AshExports last jveek reached nearly ley Owens now, he having received five million bushels against Jess his commission as city Judge of than two millions for the same Livingston and the town trustees week last year. The old stocks being also sworn in we now have a incorporated town are being cleaned up to the last bushel and when threshing is over with Ashley Owens for Judge, the new grain will come upon the Henry Burton, marshal Dr Cooper, markets. If now it should Geo. Cook, Jake" Sambrook, Jos. happen that Europe should reap Coffey and Buck Johnson as trust'' only moderate crops, we shall soon ees. . see dollar wheat again. J. II. Browning1, 6'f, (his place and Miss Bessie Magee, of London, left Monday night;, for Mt. Vernon WILDIE. and were quietly married by Rev, Carmical in the parlprs of the MilAtmp Gadd is .improving. ler Hotel. Mr. B.rpw.ning.is one L. T. Stewart and wife went to of our worthy young b'usiuess men1 of the firm of Browning & Terry Judge Martin's Saturday. and of him too much cannot be Tobe Lair and John W<ou were said aud the bride is the handscme up from Livingston, Saturday. and accomplished daughter of Mrs 1 sure-enoug- 'l EVERYBODY LOOK. I dm selling the singer Sewing Machine on easy terms and keep all ti isimrw yt m jfjiiirir kinds of bewing machine needles oil bands, shuttles, and everything that belongs to a sewing machine. makes 2 pillonam otuotho TOIV 70B rniisT paint ohld'jS AUbM Will send.needles)by mall to any I also clean and repair all kinds ol machines. You can see me here every Saturday. W. M. Owens Mt Vernon Ky ad-res- s. forf-MO- )Cm633zs- - Sl8iD I I Pfltigsllw iXili a GINGER FnBIGMT PncPAID. (QCSSS-MtW-. (9 lt!i6rvUffiSiinfc2l7iffl( new Porthlnilrle hiKh ami sc wliii; tnachlcc wltti all attach. tUCnta Tvnr. ranted joycars. H tMTTiOVED of renr mint bill. Is ran moke duracls than Vwt WnrrE Liid and la Absolutely hot poisonous. IUiimjii I'lisr H mndo of tho 1Iet or IMivt Jli vcnuLs-su- cli as nil (rood painters , nml -ernnnil Tarcic, vehy Tmcir,, No trouble to mix, any liov can do It. It Is tho Comjiox Sninc or Douse Paiht. No detteh point csu bo madont Nt cost, and Is r our Pre0' factory I IV introuuce car v nnr snlnn. CI .. . 1. ..,.., 10 I -. 14 1. J..7 luuuvia ,tc tivu wuiitiuucu 1. 9 IV lai taalfc a marvelous offer diract to the rider. y.tf x ui ou uajs wc win sen campics 01 our sweu rva bicycles at not cost to manufac fitw ture anu will Miip, V. U.sU. on approval r7fT"lv ,c 1'-1 ) W l ,i. r iin nniiin ItttK ii tt a ttlltt IJKAN I Inrprn.'")81J il . DUav. anu Al, 'oq u f" . lo kecP .- .t. t.-- Vllll If II " H i I A in i. , ... Vot to CnAcs, Dlistep., Bold1 Peel or Oitip. F.IIAMMAR PAINT CO., St. LOulo, and gnaranteod by fAil l4Sm---V.l I jtfTiiiSl n X I I sum of $1.00 (if west of Denver, $5). 'This deposit is merely to show good faith on purchaser's '' part; if you don't want to send money in advance, send your express agent's guaranty for charges hie way and ' wc will nav them the other if you don't waiit'tlic wheel. ,v,,..v. ,..w.., n - 9 , ' - VWW MC M. C & D. N. h 'Ml I pnehtneunottat. ufnctorylnjoiays William?. Mt, Vernon, Ky. lilgbcfit groJo, cmbodylDB ovorjr Into improve mcnt of Tiilao, 1W Inch imported tDbing, flnh o crnns, orch crown, laree douchablo Joints, Improved eprockeU, handsomPBt finir.h and decorations, Jlorgsn & WrifihH rf'gS'nH' "YPE?BJflWl two-plec- quKttruiuiriin1ff,Bii(,in"'iw"i'"iiji.,imiu(iiMMwBijui,i-j.- .. tnent. Special prlco on eamplo 4y.W. money will be re. funded. Rend cash with order. De. scrlptlvc circular sent oa appllci CO. KY. Qej4rf yyVJrVgrSt TO CUK15 A WHAYNB M'K'O 4S0 FOURTH AVO.. Aaplcndldmacbino, oqaaltonnyforBorrlcoandcosyronnuiB. CestlHlncb BoaraloB8 tablng, two ploco cranke, arch crown, dotaelisble eprockt'l, tu.3ly finished and decorated, Morgan Wright, qalck repair tires, slnelo or doublo tabo, $24.00. hlch Erado equipment. Oar spoclal tamplo prlco i LOUI8VILUB. C('l.l) IN Otili AY -- W. A. CAKSON Take Laxative Bnuii'i Quinine Tab lets. 4 All.drugKid1 le'uitd money if, itfails to cure For sale by M. C. &T). N. Williams druggists.j, l)ct 6 6m ILONRTIfri 'SP V Inch tnblng, striped anil decorated, arch Cf8t mcJIam Brade for 1603. bearingii, ball retainers, best Indiana or Now crown, tt ' prlca on eamplo 519.00. Uronswiclc tires, standard equipment. dast-proof Bpi-cla- Painter And Paper Hanger, Mt. Vernon aud Brodhead, NOTE. Choice of Color, Style, Height of Frame, Gear, etc. Fully Guaranteed. You will bo snrprlaod at the appcarauco and quality of tbeso wheels. Don't wait, ordor now whils this offer la open. Priced will bo innch lilghor soon. You can make tils Money i our Agent, pnllluc for U8. Wo Rive onr apents cholca ot cash, the freo use of a lampb wheel, ur clft of a wheel, uccordiugto work done. , ZTZ- - T3ZS&$!tS. .- Do You Want Cheap Wheels? Wo have numbers of 1890 and styles, some a little chop-wor1897 cl-A- N - rnr . i " ' isiraonl it 4 model wlieln of various makes and m nft i olO.UU. but nil now 10 KJ fi'tnn' v, Kentucky. Will be pleased to giye estimates ou work. Satisfaction guaranteed. ftml CONlTIPJfVK'lt tnv.anl), UMieft't t rcfuttUtfil Kiiit Trv II mil rhni4i(uT? iJlL-f liVfr'MN" ' ..ttf nrjW.iniii ' ;"' ' Wheels Slightly Used, Modern Types, S8.00 io $12.0a ot m u.U,il r . m T ucy a nt(Ua. rvititrtnl. w k Oar budinesd and reputation 'iro kn ivu Ihrondiout tho country. Iteferences nny of tho express companloa, or any b.in in Uu.catfu. Ak't Catalogue free, tiecaro nurncy it oiico. s . 1fhe J. L. Mead Cydr Gtf; ChicaR-o- . M , ki' W ?Go Mt To The Grand Picnic At AdamerOWiVbar Vernon Signal. ,17 1S98 m lec- .;., ..... rocmead, JtAy 4th . .. . f Mt. Vernon. Ky., Junk Cntettititl the Mt. Vcrnv.i, Ky., tin.. class mall inatUr V (Q) v Dm) tS c & Y5T LOUICVILLC NAtHVILLC ft. R. Co. I 1 , &. N. LOCAL Day Mail North Pay Mail South .. TIME CARD. 11:39 2.22 1:34 1:48 writing xr and getting poorer. Preaching at Flat Rock was well J; A. Landrum, Agent. Mr. P. Ketcham of Pike City Rev. Carmical went up to PittsEorsale by M.G. & D. N, WilThe pastor Cal., says: " During my brother's attended Sunday. burg to preach the funeral of Mr. caOffice at residence "(Rice liams. late siokness from sciatic rhumatsm preached an excellent sermon. property) opposite the Southeast Baxter who died there Tuesday. CHURCHES. 4 yard. Chamberlains Pain Balm was the F. L. Tlfompson, the only drumfarm, in a corner of Court Christian Holds cervices 1st Sri Sunday For S Atn. Mrs. J. C. Mahan has returned - - - KY. only remedy that gave him any re mer on the"' road, was with our good neighborhood; 100 acres MT. VERNON, niul ntG:S0p. m. nt 11 to Williamsburg afrer a visit to Many others' have testified mtrchauts a few days ago. lief." Well watered. Reason cleared. Mrs. Judge J. B. Fish, ofthis place C. C. WILLIAMS, to the prompt relief from pain Daptfst Cliurili Services ou the Second a bly good buil ings. Price low W, C. Hundley has gone to Clay Mrs. Martha Schooler, of Gar- which this liniment affords. For Sunday and Sunday. Saturday night Aottrncy-at-Lacounty. He thinks of going in down. Apply to A. H .Evans. School at 9 n m every Sundiiy. Prnycr rard, is vi.Mting the family of her sale by M. C. &l D. N. Williams. Mt. Vernon, Ky. business here in the near future. .meeting on Tuco'dny ntuhtK. Hev. J 0 HIDE MARKET. daughter. Mrs. Willis Adams. Mt. Vernon Ky. imstor. The finetock of ladies hats at on 2nd floor of new Mrs. J. E. Singleton, of Saxton, No. 1 green hides per lb 6 to 7c brick on Church street. Special Geo. Johnson's attracts the attenA New Orleans dispatch says was here Monday on her way to " ' horse hides, mane and attention given to collections.-;-Prculiytcriiin-Bumln- y Holds service? on the 4th ladies and many of the Pulaski lo see her mother who fc stenograper E, A. Reppert shot and tion of the tail 75c to $1 2,5 gents. wounded the superintendent of tlVe at the point of death. vi.-" " dry flint hides per lb 10c G, W: McCLURE. beMASONIC. Col. August has located at Rich Queen and Crescent road over J. Hi Reams is shipping some tO I2C. The reporter was sand this hot weather. The old Ashlnnll Lodge Xo. ftlO meets 2rd Mon- mond. We understand his Pine ing dismissed. " " sheep hides 20c to oc each AttOrney-at-Ldday 10 A in. unkind enough to revive the sland- gentleman never tires of seeing the Hill mines will be started up " " goat hides 20 to 30c each Mt. Vernon, Kv. erous rumor that Mr. Reppert had sand run ovp the chute. I supagain next month. " ' dog hides 20c to 25c each All business entrusted to my care deserted his wile when the yellow pose that the cash that it brings in " " tallow 1 c to 2c per lb. LOCAL OTHERWISE. John K. McClary was in town at fever appeared in that city last sumwill receive, prompt attention.' makes the performance more atCall on S. W. DavisMt. Vernon, tending court one day last week. mer, when the fact was Mr. R. Office on Second floor of new brick tractive to him. Ky. It seemed 'like old times to see him came here to attend court, leaving ' ' on Church street. . in town. in Louisville. J. W. Bskeris his family all1 well; and upon receivSee Here. The best built For Sale. AjNo. i pair mare ing a telegram of his wife's illness "s , R. G.WILLIAMS, C. Fish called on us Monday house in Mt Vernon, with 5 rooms mules, 6 yeaJs old 15 high, Work he left immediately for home. I and kitchen aud the best cellar in Attorney"--a- t fhe only collar pad at S. W. well. Wiite to or call on . Mc the county; on'acre lot. for sale Tor Infants and Children., is'. tf Clarv Mt. Vernon Kv. JMT. VERNON. KY. Win. Stringer, was struck by The Kind You Have Always Bought or will trade for 0 small farm. Call tW. Miller was out from Lau- mu- lightning and instantly killed FriCool shade, cold water, fine on J. P. LEicijxiTER. Boars tho sic, everything good' to eat and a day last while" sitting uuder a 22-- tf . delightful time, at Adams'" Grove tree in his yard at Pittsburg. Clell Sinaturo of John D. Miller's letter in Wanted. "Good man, with or Picnic July 4th. Meet your friends Stringer, his brother, was paralvzed tie. CfJfh'Ml ' Avithout experience to handle a new for several hours but recovered. there. ihcr collar for 6oc up to 'line of" Pianos and Organs foa Lou- PRACTICAL . Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, M. C. Miller, of Austin, Texas, Two dogs that were lying at Mr. S. W. Davis'. -- LytlaJyO, Ga., Jun ir, 98. isville house.-- ' Apply to EMBALMER Stringer's feet, were killed. Every--' arrived herei from Oxford, Ohio, A C Stapp. 37-STANFORD, KY. Dear Tim: I write you a few lae Miner lett yesterday where he had gone fot, treatment, body knew CVill Stringer. To battlefield. tin, lexas. Stock Complete. Telegraph Ord for nervous porstration:" He is but know him '.Vas to like him. He lines from the famous This office has inquiries from a ers a Specialtv. ' "i was for a number of years a deputy I am getting along very nicely. Ashley Owens was up from little better. man who wishes to buy a small U, S. Marshal and clischasged the Harris White and myself have been tdu, Monday. Miss Ida May Adams will be duties fearlessly and to the satis- - transferred from the ranks to mem- farm not far from town. Persons tjKD. A good cook. Apply Mt. Vernon's representative in the factionof his superiors in the ser bership in ihe 2nd Ky. Regimental having farms or real estate for sale r v are invited to consult the editor of :r iiousc. it elocutionary contest nt Stanfotd vice. band. Harris plays 2nd alto and I HUGH MILLKR tf. this paper. Judge R. G. Williams the bass. The (government has isMiller made atrip to n jh, will be the chairmah. In a row following a crap, game sued a nice cook stove to the band NoticiJ. All persons indebted tc HEADQUARTERS FOR Ipolih this week. ta Langford tunnel q'uarry Saturday headquarters and we have a good the estate of T. J. Coffey, deceased, At once, one COMMERCIAL MEN. side saddle for $3.00 and up Wanted. or mule team and wagon to haul Estler Lackey shot R. L. Jones in j cook Have plenty to eat, such as are hereby notified that they must ftSyPorter V. Davis'. all trains.-- a at 15.00 at S. accounts logs. Address, H. Blazer & Co., the right side producing a painful potatoes, beans, meat light bread, settle up at once, or their 2rFine cigars and tobacco at Vildie. Ky., or Signal office, Mt. though not dangerous wound. Lao beef, coffee, sugar and the vener- will be plaeed for collection. key who is a darkey, fled and was able "hard tack." We have two A. W. Stewart, Adm'r. Vernon, Ky. ' Green Front drug store. captured at Crab orchard and was tents for the band, one large and Mrs. Jones, of this place has a brought btt&k. Examining trial one small. I am bettei pleased in io. t baled nay lor sale at socts. large rooster which has been a held Tuesday morning. Lackey .the band than in the ranks. We A. H, Bastin Crab Orchard. great crower, but has lost his voice acquitted. The party was out on don't have to work any or go on Pays for the The telenhone comnanv will es He yet flaps his wings and goes a spiee. Smith Ping, Jones and cuard dutv or drift. All we have tablish an office at Pine Hill. through his crowing evolutions but Lackey were held by the court to to do is to practice o music and Twice-a-Wee- k AT utters not a sound. answer to a charge of gambling go on dress parade in flic afternoon .tJUlrs. Lou Boulware, of Kingston, Wnted. Bids for furnishing and disorderly conduct. Ping' and and march in front of th egiment is visiting relatives at this piece. Lackey were fined $1 and cost for and furnish music There is 300 telephone poles between Mt: drunkness and $20 each for gamb- creek one mile from the can IP Our friend, O. W. Turpin was Vernon and Livingston. To be 20 bathing a1 ONE WHOLE YEAR. f, feet long, inches at top, chcsnul ling. Jones, Jim White and John which we have nice'tijne herd front Hazle Patch, Monday. almost every 'lay. The drinking Rouzee $1 and costs. peeled, and distributed along the 106 six or eight page papers sent Read the' "ad" of the Adam's water we get is good, but rather line over the county road. Postpaid by mail. Almost Grove Picnic, in another column. The County Judge has appointed warm after' running through pipes, A. E. Albright, Sec'y, the following road commissioners. which are at present lying ou Brodhead; Ky, Our excellent Livingston corresof War Harry Blazer in place of J. J. Mar- top of the ground. If I had the pondent never lets a news item es Davis had some large stone tin; R. P. Norton and G. C. Fish in old "spout spring" down here I S. W. Courier-JournThe cape. slabs sawed at Langford,quarry for place of Jam 2s I. White and G. S. would be perfectly at ihome. I finest war news service has the in his tannery. Mr. Davis is Hiatt, W. H. Carmical iu place of have no kick coining though as it Mrs. S. C. Franklin & Co. of any paper in the South or West, W. B.Smith fired his lime kiln use to his facilities and by next J. N. Griffin; T, C Johnson in place is. The 2nd Regiment has been It is a reliable, accurate, incom Wednesday and is now ready to fill adding ?t.nt,irtilrf,iifiaT''-""-"lw-a'",a"-"A'''" fall will have a splendid little tan- of John Elder Blisha Mullins in uniformed, the band also, though parable. All other issues have orders'.' nery. He is an enterprising man place of Sol Grffin. There is a not with guns yetbut are expecting Wanted. Sixtee n good mules been subordinated to this one great D. T. Myres, of Williamsburg, and deserves success. $1,400 road tax; $2500! it has been to get them at an early 'date. The For government purposes. Must featCTe. Subscribe at once and visited relatives here during the from 7 to 9 years old, keep thoroughy posted. The offer set aside for the purchase of tools Y. M. C. A. has a tent here for the be The French pnd American Gov- and the remainder to be divided benefit of the 2nd Ky. Regiment. sixteen hands high. Apply to A. week. 1 may be withdrawn in a short time. ernments may go ahead with thei among the districts. Judge. They furnish the' boys stationary R. Scott Mt, Vernon, Ky. . iuiss The low price, ucctor, wlio was Manna to their hearts' conwill stand by his Commis- and a place where they can do s,ent to Lexington Asylum has re1 A YEAR. tent. The French people are bit sioners aud n overseers in the ens their writing. ' They haVe service Buggy harness for $5.50 complete turned cured. towards us; the Ameriterly hostile The every night and preaching every Hand made wagon breeching for is tor the purpo. e of placing a gieat forcement of the? .road laws, Ameri...The L & N employes are ex- - can people know it, and the era has arrived for better roads and Sunday. Dr. Iiawrence aud Geo. 25 at S. W. Davis'. newspaper twice a week, within pecting the restoration c 10 per can people will properly resent it. and the outlook is flattering. Pennington are getting along very the reach of the masses. A good cent, cut July 1st. uicely. Jim Thompson belongs to Sample Do you want to buy or sell. ,a Hugh Miller is now agent for commission to agents. I guess you know farm, timber land, town" seriously afflicted with al the'band also. sewing machine, one copies free. Write to the Standard I was Judge' Willis Griffin has our Rockcastle CO., old? "crooked" He used to live at ot the best on the market. Go and COURIER-JOURNA, thank's for half dozen mammoth lots, business houses or dwellings? cough for several years and last is Louisville, Ky. Signal, Mt. Vernon, Ky fall hsd a more severe cough than Mt, Vernon and Pineville. He Mif see its work. tf 4 AddreiSi raddishes of fine quality. I i trti .ffni hmu- .- tfi befcre. I have used many remedies a go By a special arrangement you . j. Henry Brannamm was iu from i Mr. aud Mrs. A. H. Bastin, of I am prepared to take photo-'- . . without receiving miirli TPlint .n,,rl ftlGNAI, Crab Orchard, were in Brodhead, Wildie, Monday and lavs the claim being recommended to try a bottle find words to express niv apprecia- graphs, and will be pleased to have can get the MT. VERNON SIGNAL, Sunday. that Wildie has an uglier maiijtjian of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tion of it. 1 want you to teud it to your order. Will write any preacher in the county. as I aui hcfie. f . Mrs. S. W. Davis. and the by a friend, who, knowing me to me as long . Attorney C. C. Williams left Sunyou again. Regards- to oil uiy Courier Journal The Rockcastle Lime Company he n poor widow, gave it to me, I day' for New York and the East . frjends. im.uk. John The address of Chas. is busy putting in their plant tried it, and with the most grati- Year for Only. Both one to be gone fifteen daysr Go'. L3iid.RVgfr.Ky. Vol. Casteel who lives somewhere in When finisned it will be the best in lying results. The first bottle raLaurel county. Address this of;X. jonnsou ana jut. tsaiyers, the State. In its arrangements it lieved tne very much ant' t1iu.!ec-wil- l of Orlando, attended Masonic lodge fice. be as near perfect as ran be! oud bottle hasabsolutety cured me. here Monday. made. The coal they will use will I 'lia'e not had a:i good health for cash subscriptions IIav. No. 1 Timothy baled hay for This is for Respectfully, Mi'S be mined from a hill about four twent" yen-- s subscriptions under this .Mrs. J. E. Vowels aud children sale. Orders filledproiuptly by A, ouly. All Lundr'l wrdi from the kiln. The M nv A. Bkaro, Clpreuiore Arl.. are in from Midd'ffboroin;h '"nt Crab Orchad. Write combination offer must be sent H. Baston, - AI. C. & , D. N. t ui nrr Vt ii(1. '"1 lclauvcb. through the Signal office. for prices. Williams. ( Night Ex: North Night Ex. South a '" pm a m am Uncle John Smith was here Tues Billy Fields was here Tuesday day. He says Livingston allowed malcing deeds to more Livingston a man from Ireland tp be "the. first lots he has sold. to fly the stars aud stripes in that Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson place since war began. He has old are in Danville. Mr. R. is buying old glory floating liiglrnud rJrolidly horses for government purposes in the mountain breezes. and Misses Mattie Newcomh Bessie McClure returned Monday The telephone Pile is working from an extended visit to Boyle and to Brodhead and poles are being Lincoln. distributed between there aud Mt. We undersrand Willie B. Myers Vernon. It is expected to reach from Wil- this point inside of the next ten will be here liamsburg, for the pnrpose of rais- days. The wire will be run on to Livingston and should get there by ing a company of volunteers. July 15th. un exchange will be The Langford quarries are ship- placed at Crab Orchard and one at ping stone to New York and other this place. The Livingston office They are now wi'l be in tho Eight Gables Eastern cities. Hotel. working 150 nleri. ORLANDO. T.C. Childress was in town Monday. Dan Robinson left, for Lanrel county this week. - The' Owens store has been moved to t,he old Owens stand. Frank Anderson has taken the foreman's p'oce on Railroad at this place. uriiiui, u. t. marshal was here this week looking after witnesses. t li jn. Charley' Helton, a clever youth of this placets very sick at this Bad management keeps more people in poor circumstances than any other one cause. To be successful one must look vhead so that when a favorable opportunity presents itself he is ready to take advantage of it. A little forethoutght will also save expense and valuable time. A prudent and careful man will keep a bottle of Chamblain's Cholera and .Diarrhoea Colic, Remedy in the house, the shiftless fellow will wait until necessity compels it and ruin hisUorse, "go ing for a doctor and .have a big bill to pay besides; one pays out 25 cents, the other is out a hundred dollars aud tnen wonders why his neighbor is getting richer he is Professional P. A. Pennington, Cards. D. D. S., M. D. DENTST, ..' " y N W Cor. Third and ChestmU Sis., LOUISVILLE. KY., S. N. -- SURVEYOR Davis 1 r I Mt. Vernon, v Also, an Agetit' Ky . for the' best .. ; Tailors in the world. DRS. G. B. & J. H. LAWRENCE PHYSICIANS . I, SURGEONS. & 125-acr- e 11. 111. - u "ift'V ' - A w, Car-mlea- l, 1 - ?' -- - . w, J.-K- CASTOR A Law, -- &y?& , 5'ji ;J, C. McClary UNDERTAKER. 1 3t Miller House, to-nig- fout-hor- se 1 Millinery W L . COST CourierJournar K , . For the next 10 Jays. Come aud get a bargain. A Daily Record Twice-a-week Nwq. al first-clas- fc; s, Wil-Ha- ms love-makin- g 50c H L I - - ...........'.. CV-- rv '1 4 - DI r Twice-a-Wee- k mi, ' Wa-ntiU)- . Subscribe for the '.SIGNAL $?.oo a year 1 pio WBi'taliWiliA'rfi'ii Vi'ifMi A powder in bo shaken itilo tlic hIiocs. At iliM nelson vour fret feci swollen, ncrroux aivl lint, and Ret tired cattily. If yoii have Try AIIoii'h Poo-Hnn- c, HER EXPLANATION. Slic Tolit Hint How He Won til SInkc Her anil Mniiimu unci BATTLE RESUMED. Firing Stcnoircil br bpaulnrfls of tli Blnrlnes There One Mnu Killed. on Camp AVnt A WAR PLAN. The Spniilrerdn Mndc '( There are incidents of real life which conOff Unit kd Statks Camp Ouantan-am- o stantly piove that truth is often more amusHay, Sunday Juno 12, noon, vfa. ing as' well as more strange than fiction. A girl one from whose Kingston, Jamaica, Juno 14. When sweet, disposition sarcasm is as far as frost from an tho dispatch boat Dauntless left o active volcano won the affections of a I5ay early Monday morning, A T,n Cmilil. young man. It was an unintentional none Nd Slic lias a fascinating quiver in, her plete. on her part, but the old the less com- after the 13 hours skirmish between question and the United States marines, He propounded under I'cii Vrs. and she uses it to hold lier beau. she demurred. He bided his time and again Lieut. Col. K. V. Huntington and tho ptoffered his suit. She again delayed an anX. V. .Journal. swer. Hut the third time she received his Spanish guerillas nnd regulars, it was Fits stopped free nnd pcimanctilly cured. question first with silence and then with as- expected that tho vould5b!o K o fit after first day's use of J)r. Mine & sent. renewed. The Marblehead was land "And you will be mine?" he asked. GJieat Nerve Itesloier. I ree $2 trial bottle "Vcs.'v inp- reinforcements and uothincj had tte.itise. Dr. Kline, '.kki Arch si., rmia., ra. "It seems too good to be true. When shall been heard from the advance pickdts wedding take phce?" Time is money. That is, it takes consid-oi.ilil- c the "1- -1 don't know." under liieut. Wendell C. Neville and mouev to have much of a time. L. A. "There is no use in putting it off." .AY. Iljlletm'. Lieut. Melville J. Shaw. "No," she answered; "T think not." At 0 o'clock the firing was again re"Snv a week from To Unre a Joll In One Day "Very well." newed by the Spaniards, who appeare'd Tike Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets. All "f knew that vnu would realise that vou di uggiats refund money it it failstocure. 25c. a mall can be happier with me than without me," off the camp on the edge of island, about a mile to the northeast. to pick rt strange water-melo- n he suggested, a little triumphantly. The bct tune "1 do realize it It was nromntlv returned by 13 "Yes." she answered. is in the dark of the moon. J A. V. now. You see, since Uncle Hob went away, 4lnrt-lT- i nli vlalrl mitt nml Jlullctin. ..,! i . ... . "v. h. mamma and aunty and I liave been quite aim -- v We all talked it over nnd agreed short time all signs of the enemy hacL plivsicians had Riven me up, I was alone. After that it would be ever sov much safer to disappeared. Col. Huntington senV. Rived bv l'i'o's Cure Halpb Krieg, liave a man in the house at nights." WashPa., Nov. 22, 1893. to the landing for a second threc-incl- i ington Star. gun, which was dragged up the hill looks as picturesque as A darky never Mny He n Destiny I'cllow. in a snow storm, Washington (la.) Demo- and placed in position at tho summit. out. "I have just wcad," said Chollic, "that the Tho skirmish lines thrown around tho Napoleon spent more than 1,000 a gweit llnll'x Cntnrrlt Cure camp kept up a popping all tho morn- -' vcah on dwess. It tewwifics me." la a Constitutional Cure. Price 75c. "What terrifies you, you idiot? nkcd ing, but with not much result to show his digusted father. Meanwhile the Marblcheadi Pigs do not squeal when they arc feeding. no for it. "To tind that we aw so similar. Ra m's Horn. left the harbor and threw a few shells" knows but I nui one of thoc destiny fellows." Indianapolis Journal. into the woods. lill-tcrs gentle-voicee Guan-tanamcon-ipicsp. i.iii.-.-iii.- mnartiiiff feet or lifilit lioci, try Allen s . It 100I1 Hie feet and makei walU-HnCiisv. ('hip hu'oIIcii and HWeatniR feet, mid calloiisspotH. Kelievescornsnml Imilinns of all ivtinnndRivcarestnnd comfort. Sold by nil ..riiffrjl Ms and biioc Trv it Ptn'res for 23c. Tiinl p.icUncc Mtlih. Adltoy, N. Y. dress, Allen S. Olimlcd, .Foot-Kutc- Aunty Ilnpitlcr. K. M a Ilrnrc Miami, Hut tho Fire Win Too Heavy (or Them. A FAMILY FAILING.. The struggle with Heredity. is "Surrounded n Boston coohine school v and were badly routed; girN attaeked in with doughnuts nnd biscuits; supply of ammunition seemed inexhaustible, tarani-K- i' And I had heard of the 'biscuit shoot-rrof the ereat western ir.ifinn. To lio uiglit nnpping, oh, jdead, "ut my boys it is too mean. Seventy made a bravo stand." N. Y. World. to-hs' the Spanish." another moment every window in the establishment was up, and cacti (iscincnt held a laughing sample of the great American beauty. The hearts of the Span-M- i btf.it high with hope. Ha! but what wjj th it? Something ivhizzcd from a window and a Spimard bit the duit. Another, nnd yet another. Then the air was full of flying ollev after volley, the bnllets fairly rimed on the small band. Hardly a roau ,i left to tfcll the talc. I'cport of the commanding officer: fmir-stoi- A detachment of Spanish infantry approached 'the silent, gloomy building on hicle avenue, Boston. "Haiti" cried the brave commanding oilicer; then he kuocked at the door. A window in the third story flew tip and the face of a pretty girl appeared in the opening. "Oh, girls! Oh, girls!" she shouted, ' it s In The Right Side of the Color Line. To heredity, to the transmission of traits from slrtr to sou, we owe most of the of growth and development. I each uewlybornbelnfj started out anew, without the force of heredity the level cf life might be expected to he that of the digger Indian or Ilusliraan. Naturally had traits descend lite the good, feentiarltics of feature, excentricities of speech and manner, birth marks, etc., nre handed down Just as surely as manutcl dexterity, physical beauty, mathematical ability, ami the mental and moral qualities- fir general. A curious example of this descent of family traits is furnished by Mrs. Magcie IMckett, Canton, Ga., in whose family gray hair was hereditary. She writesr "Clrayhalr is hereditary In owrfamHy. Alotigas I can recollect.my mother's hair has- been Bray. About twelve years ago, my hair besan to show signs of turning. I resolved to try Ayer' Hair Vljor, and after uslnfr it only a few time iny hair va restored to its natural color, stilt use this dressing occasionally, a bottle Tasting me quite a while; and though over forty years of age, my hair retains its youthful color and fulfncss. To all who, nave faded and gray hair, I would heartily recommend Ur. Ayers Hair Vigor." Mrs. JMagoib I'ickutt, Canton, Ga. There I no shame in gray hair, but there may be some sntlnMS, because It 1 untimely, and out of season. Gray hairs arc a, crown of honor to the aged, but to the young they are a stigma. There Is no need to be gray in youth. Urayncss comes from a deficiency of the coloring matter which gives the hair it natural tint This color, tug matter can be supplied artificially and is so supplied byDr.J.CAyer's Hair Vigor. It l by supplying the lacking; pigment that JDr, Ayef Hair Vigor re stores- gray or faded lYalr to Its original' color. Beyond this, It makes the hair prow, give It gjoss and softness, stops-Itrom fatting; removes dandruff, and elesnies the acatfp,. Mrs C. SI. Ayres, Mount Airy, CaT writes : "Atmul: three head became full of dandruff, which caused print an. noyance; after a time the hair began falling; out. Thr use of Ur. J. C. Ayer's Hair Vigor stopped, the hair from tailing yeaTs-ojrovjn- t t -J- out. and made thescalpcrnn and healthy." Ui.CM. Avkjis, Mount Airy, Ga. thou-san- OF A LOWER ORDER. t AVoninn til Hits 1'roRrcssefI, Yet In a Ilcnlgiitcd 11 Ian I Mute. A fen w eeks ago a new play was tried npon a toMii near New York. '1 he author was a way he had learned a good 111111, but in deal about women's mental processes; and when the leading lady proceeded to cut a Dr. Ayer's- - TTaaT Vigor Is- noted as n dressing. It is used every day by whose chief claim to beauty rests on beautiful hair. Send for Dr. Ayer's Curebook, a story of cures told by the cured. 1'ree. Address, the J. C Ayer Co, Lowell, Mass. The standard of the Celestial Empire is a very queer looking affair. It represents the most grotesque of giecn dragons on a yellow Without tho Flrot You Cannot Havo ground. The latter is suggestive not only of tho national complexion, but also of that of tho Last. To remove Hood's Sursapnrilla gives both. It a sufferer from biliousness. complexion, this use unbecoming tint from the Kontly tone3 tho stomach ami gives digesHostetter's Stomach Hitters, which will power, creates an appetite and invig- speedily regulate your liver, prevent malaria, tive orates tho system. By innkliifr the hlood and remedy dyspepsia, nervousness, rheumaomplaint. rich and pure it strengthens the nerves tism and kidney ami gives refreshing sleep. ppem The Chinese Fins;. Hood's SarsapasiSSa Is Amcrlci'ti Oroat'.ct Meillolno $1 . six for $.. Hoorl'a Plllw "ro thefuvorttocntbartlc. 23c. 4$?Wttro0HMP444seOs a r uram-u- i Try Grain0! Ask you Grocer O iry at "v Teacher I l.u ry, c.in you tell me the meaning of the word "iiifiiiitesim.il?" tlairv I can't exactly, but I can tell you what father says it means. "Vcrv well; your father is a man of learning, and his definition will iiiohahly bcin accord with that of the books; let us have it, Tfnriv." "Well. pi says it means a watering place bathing suit." lliehmond Dispatch. I'n's Ileltnltlnn. apaekagecUAIN-drink that lata tho placo of coffee, Tho chaldron may drink it without injury ai well us tho adult. AH who try it, liko it. GUAIN-- luw that rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it is mado from ptiro grains, and tho mostdelicnlo stomach receives it without distress. tho prico of coffee. 15 cenH and 25 cento per package. Sold by all grocers. Tastes like Coffee Looks like Coffee ft to show yon thonew food g J ' Oiiuilm Exposition of 18!S fVntpiiTii.il Hvtinsition which OC' flu. ... .. -- .. i Lu!were heavy. oaco in imnoitnncc to the whole countiy The battle ship Texas arrived MonreAll of the Mates in the Kastcrn friends day morning and sent ashore 40 magion are interested, and our will enjoy a visit to Omaha during the rines and two automatic Colt guns as incc of the Exposition, from .lune to Oc- reinforcements. The Marblehead also tober, inclusive. . Buv vour excursion tickets over thcLIn-cago- ,' sent an additional small detachment. An & St. Paul ll'y. Milwaukee Private Itartholomew McGowan, of folder dccriptive of the Imposition lose his hand, which will bo sent vou on receipt of 2 cent stamp company D, will was shattered by a bullet. Amputa Address Geo. II. Healloid, for postage. General Passenger Agent, Chicago, 111. tion will be necessary. The Marble-- , Tlie TCaiIu J . ?ti$$ Trans-Mississip- flicting much more damage than it WOMEN IiTbUSINESS. tained. At least five Spaniards aro known to have been killed, and us Trom the Free Press, Detroit, Mich. Lieut. Neville's men kept up a steady prominent business man recently Are throughout tho night and tho the opinion that there is one thing enemy was not at a great distance, it tint will prevent women from completely is believed that the Spanish casualties filling man's place in the business world V To the great delight of marines ink doidian knot by ihethods strictly feminine, girl 111 the audience beamed appreciatively. camn. Lleuts. Neville aud Shaw, with! a "Oil. you wily creature," she murmured, D, returned lm addicssing the absent dramatist. Then she 30 111911 of Company womgood shape but much exhausted by 181 tin ncd impulsively to a serious-lookinan w ho sat boiide tier. ho urs of picket duty. One man, Sergfl "Now how could he have known she would Sill ith, of Company K, had been sliotl dn just that? He certainly must have been f incarnation." through the abdomen and instantly ! a woman in some seriousness became sever-i- t Her neighbor's killed. For most of the day and night and she frowned the ft ivolous young perLieut. Neville nnd Lieut. Shaw had son down. "That is quite impossible," she said, with been surrounded by a much suimpressive gravity. "Kvidently you haven't perior force, but men and officers studied the subject. Woman is a progressed behaved splendidly and, although ft.itc. A man may look forward to beingbe-a but Spaniards voiiian in a future incarnation; never he the firing of the longs to a lower order and has been constant and heavy, Lieut feminine in the past." was Then she wondered why the girl found the inNeville's detachment held its own, rest of the play so funny. N. Y. Sim. susg far-of. A Beautiful .' 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Atchison Sax Fr.ANcisco, "Cab, June 11. Tho Globe. most important order issued from" army headquarter-- Monday was ono AN OPERATION AVOIDED. notifying Maj. Oen. fOtls that tho . MURALO HAriK tui iiiunnt,w ort nu FOR OECORATIHG WALLS AHD CEILINGS This materialls a II AJll FINISH toboapplleil with a I paint dealer ond do roor oinntoeoraUn brush anil become as hrd a Cement. allileJ In twentjr-fou- r tints and worss oquatlj us well with i . nnlil tr hnt in,.. JOT UAKU9 aWi nrHKHlt FtlU let as know ITILIIUwill put roil In lb IIwar of TOPTO poreoJM " mmi!. obtaining It. anil we from Tour local dealers a. MFW YORK. .. .. MiiD.M r wwat imcui taoinwrniM w. -1 .ni.wt..w.i ill III .." . ' I "IF AT FIRST SUCCEED," TRY YOU DON'T ' X I HK n - ,11,1 ,,i jii.inag!5i5iiMuijj'"U nii'i'iiiiiiliiii"!. ti. JR For Infants and Childreno The Kind I SnnrrimimrT.TiffiiiiWi Yy Have nr W "m XVprjclablarrcparationrorAs- i Always Bought slmllating ihcToodandRedula-tinf- Ike S lomachs andBoAVCls of i mm?mMm Promolc3T)IgeslioTi,Chccirul-nca- 1 Bears the m Jf at vj A s soiuabLuo w - NotNAhcoxic. jtofoiaa-smazm- i andnesl.Contalns ncillur Opium.Morptiiiu nor Mineral. fatcamers to comprise tho seconl fleet of transports to go to the Philippines was practically ready for the recepdoh of troops. Troops to tho number of about 4,000, comprising tho 10th Pennsylvania, under Col. Hawkins; 1st Colorado, under Col. Hale; the 1st Nebraska, under Col Uratt; twfe battalions from the 18th and 23th under Col. French, a detachment from the engineer corps and two battalions of Utah light infantryun-de- r Capt. Young began to nuc their camps, load their tents and baggago into wagons, don their heavy marching gear and form into columns for the march to tho waiting transports. Arms and Supplies for Insurgents, Mrs. Rosa Gaum Wrltoa to Mra. Pinkham About it. Sho Says : Pinkham: I tako pleasure in writing you a few lines to inform you of the good your Vegetable Compound has dono inc. I cannot thank you enough for what your medicine has dono for mo; it has, indeed. helped mo wonderfully " t For years I was trou bled with an ovarian tumor, DnAit Mr.3. iig 1 "BIG FOUR ROUTE 33 THE GREAT THROUGH CAR LINE TO BCSOSiiSr a '. CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK, THE BEST ROUTE BETWEEN 0 BOSTON Cincinnati in ft flfl, and Chicago, St. Louis, Toledo ELEGANT DINING CARS ... . and I Detroit l7FgF5Sa Ll t. ... INOAI-U- Irei4-'u- i rwa4tr w? j" ftj,.-tnC, U. mVSUnrlllr Titcna utatgtr. ah . ua i Wi rjoeu.l .r.rr.p-- w r. I -- iiiun! 0 . . iw vuu i TOROrTUs.isijl til at last I to consult with was compelled worse, unI .assssssV a, physician. He said .Ivry&n Suit" Alx-Sinn- ytnrse Strtl ftjmfctrt (tanked -- 'J"fr Ytia&yi riarvn tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, 'Worms .oonvuisions.rcvci ;"-ncs-s L Arr.rfnpmcdv for Constipa andKOSS OF SLEEP. Irtih Jf! The Kind Sunday Lieut. Cotqmander Delohaniy, with the gunboat Suawance, armed 3,000 Cubans with rifles, ammunition and Monday he landed 3,000 machetes. rifles, 300,000 rounds of ammunition,, a" la'rgc consignment of machetes, a quantity of medicine and several ton's ', of bread and bacon. 11. D.ijrs of S?.i;iit:i'i Ministry Numbered. . Off Sastiaoo, Juno lac Simile Signature of NEW YORK. Mji lilweys TMC low nave London', luno 11. The Paris corre- Boiighl, EXACT COPrOF VSAEPEB .1 4iT2Ci - CTU" COMKtWr. MtW TOMS CITY. spondent of the Morninc Post says: "I learn from a trustworthy soureo that the days of the Sagasta cabinet aro numbered. It is believed tho cabi net Is aware tho torpedo boat destroy 'tf Terror has been lost and despite denials it is rumored that there is further bad news from Cuba. Scnor,Sil-velleador of the Dissident conservatives, is regarded as tho coming man. The Carlists are enrolling adherents. aud startling developments are eX' a, WASniNorcv. nothingcould bo dono for cc 1 me but to go under an operation. 0CDP0.NT (iTr I In speaking with a friend of mine Lydia B. about it, she. recommended Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound, sho knew itwould euro mo. I then WANTED sent for your medicine, and after talcIs the L.of GLADSTONE, Allen's TJlcorlno HalveUlcers, only sureouro Is ing three bottles of it, iho tumor dis- by none uutm, the world for unranie Ulcere, Vnrleose appeared. Ohl you do not know how U. the celebrated Matorl&n.John CUrk lUdpftth.LIM Hcrofulous Fever Sores, and allUlcere, White uniform ttwelllna. nearly AuinptunuT0lumeor patre, Old Hore. II In tlie Willi Illtlni'y the eagerly nerer fails. Draws out all poison. Sires expense and much good your medicine ha3 dono MasnlflcentlyItlilpnth'a ana bound. Itl will beWorld. suffering. Cures permanent. Best salve for nolle. llluati atrd clause. A bonanza for recommend it,to all suffer- taken by all outnt and teriltory nor.agents. Secuie Carbuncles, Plies, Salt Ilheum, Hums, Cuts me. I shall canvassinit tir'iiherul and Xlo; lamn. Br mall, line of ing women. Mrs. Rosa Gaum, 720 terma nntl credit alvrn to litsniita. Full JONICS K&i. all Fresh Wounds. is.s,s.r,n small, Itnntf free. .1. I' Dt(.iiiJins lllustniteddescrlptlve material ll:u Address say-in- ff iy S NT M ir rV,..uTo V4 KfeK V;, .? '"N, til5To, vELa. newvo V "?k ftW) - nUblllV ilRFMTS &jg Wall St., Los Angeles, Cal. pectcd." m The great and unvarying success of Timber, Mlnenl, IIUIlfrDCITVTIiSOnrlud Hsslblf, St rrssclsm, ssbslsrsklps si tht Stanford sITirs ( UUU UUU cb.ip, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Com- 7 I nnfl linn Llonj IssJsl 8oolh It). , esil.rm!. 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