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V wiitt ;H! M fc . A l v- piMWill 1, 1898. . fl4v '. V : ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY NUMBJER 42. "hanaTinapanic. bquadron to lie Formed for the I'ur. loif of Storming the SpanUh Coast unit Ssl Upou the apOff Santiago, June 37. via Kinirs- Km; Wrsr.' Fla.. Juno 23 The most United States consul autlientiCandTrcifabiov .news yet 'obn, Juno 2S. Some officers believe it plication of the tho Egyptian-'governmen- t will not tained of the, jtrtte condition of affairs jill be necessary to lay a regular siege permit Ad'",. Capara's fleet to cpal at in Iuiyana was Mn'l'lJlluJ,nisuc4j2t5i Jo Santiago and advance with a line of Sue? canal ports. prcsrcplscntatfveby a British sub- earthworks until tho rifln nitsonnbe-light artllleft UC ,J n ,--,- that rrx-r' has. priyately itiformed ject, wliocruiserHavana on board the wellul by shrapnel by the uii uucuiui;..... tv.'l r UA.1WAUII 111; villA, UIIU iiJ, Vlll sorts U' c. Italy jiu;u3 iiavu Talbot, and who arBritish iico Kingston, Jamaica, Juno 37.Vhllc Spain that Adm. Camara's squadron rived here Sunday. He says a re,lgn rapncl range of 2,S00 yards, and the the army adduces ..tho- - niaiji portion yill auser rifles in the hands of the allowed 'to cbal of terror exists at tlie" Cuban capital. of tho fleet patiently ,in front of. at any of the Italian p(orts on the Kcd Capt. Gen. Blanco has issued a procla-.- j laniards arc sitrhted to 1.000 vards - -- j o Morro castle awaiting its opportunity. bea' matfori annoilndlng that any One daVfsmd they kill at2,100 yards. Iteforo the end of noxt week the fate" VAstriNOTO,v. jfuno fi8v Tlio navyde-- i ing to express an unfavorable opinion, J? However gratifying to the national of Santiago and Adin. Cor vara sU6ulcl par tmentjias posted the follow in'g'Ajul- - - Au .... i.l A l.lnM Hicco licfinrl rldo is the careless attitude of our-on- be decided, , lctiiV, showing Commodore Watson's with the present policy of tluU stcd men, the grave fear remains that l!y tliat tiuio itjihtbelipved, thatipnn IcjiTUdron, It is designated the eastern government will, be f summarily ey may need a more severe lesson ish troopi 'wifiniavt! been forced b:ckl squadron and Is as follows: hiin the ambush of the rough riders Flagship sii)Bi.JUtOQUt Wat. or--- luvcsngu. upon the eity and defeated in a de- NftW-ttbattleships Jon a and Oregon, tion This proclaniatlon, it np( iefore thov ranlhri! thn ilpnrlK- - nosi;!. cisive engagement, 'SitmiliancnnMy cruisers aosoimtc, illities of modern w arfare. The road anugq anuJtiMc, tlio tofts Uit the mputloJ, AlAiHhdfiK or which the ordnance must bo and the ollipijs ihoul$tet)Lpttired, 'rfcler covcVfor'n ahu rought is densely lined by undcr-rusl- i; e.xandei',' The' start will bo poUcforcc oHliaana, whothreateiioj naval5lifmb.n dtnent. madoj aUOncfrom off Santiago, The to tcvolt If full ratlous were not beijv! eer.ryard is an artificial hedge-p(Throe tilings will then b" le.lt lo bulletin also showed the following edoutto them. .Serious trpublei wai and the road to the base of . s . . i Cervcra to.Mirrondcr with hisf ships,' cflaliffesS tn'desiirnation of thu division .expected,' ns ' the' orden publico is .ippllcs is in a similar state. But J f. 1 to biirrenderVnttjrjlctjtrdylnp hi hipV, f OuF.war vIsiTeEf ry little danger is apprehended of a 'K " "numeious and d boay Ot" in mnlfrt n f1nt.li nut in Qiltn .insfrtw,. ank attack, as it is evident Gen. Nortli. Atlantic il'lcet Rr. Adm. men' THd. iesult 'Is thatMoridUy fate&rjra.l.i 'Sanipsdutt-trmmaudlution. inares is acting strictly on the de orden publico that patrols the city ing an attempt to get out of the harfensive. The failure of the Spanish First Squadron (Jotnmodore" ,J. (A. Its members are themselves policy bor before the army accomplishes its Howell, commanding. roops at Holguin, Mnnzanillo and Git- Spanish infantry and artillery soldhj end. Tlie lltst Spanish ship to appear tanamo to effect a junction with Second isouadron Commodore W. S. mounting guard ''over' them ateyw off Morro Cnstlow6uld'bdKuhin-?ithlff- ' aciHer, cotumandlnc. ipouiJ Wm has left the Spanish commander ib oitiuoi uuruui. i iuuuiv, 's 15 minutes. Nothing in Adin. weak that it would be an act of in- Naval l!ase Key West, l'la. Com- - nent and the stories of the licet could 'survive the nlty upon his part to attempt to as- modoro. Kemey, commanding. rival of supplies at Havana' I mo the aggressive or to retreat. jLliifrf fNH'tOTK, JuneT2S.?A W ashington Ba'tabanb'ard 'pronounced to be t iWclA toSlio World The problem now confronting tho Y&tspn true. The Informant thinks Ha! . crs.jL-rmy Is the transportation of supplies, lias instructions to intercept and de can not possibly hold but six, w& dr tho toads to the front aio still im iuo general opinion among navai stroy Camara'sJlect, should it attenjpt longerrhc city is pronoupcedk: expsrts Is that Santiago town will be to, to Cadiz. Uni case if jMfoiildj nnnTn.sYrinl.-n- . passable for wagons, but are being Its inhabitants " 'i.-V. ?: riinproved. In tho meantime' tho pack burned by the Spjinlsh troops before procee'd t6 ''tlfS I'lillil)pinesrWats'on'a 1Z' they surrender, that Adm. Cervcra ill train is being used. The first of these taideiLfcv tho Aincriranfltet, niz destroy his ships and that ho wllKthcn left Juragua Sunday night and others realise tlnt Cant. Gen IHivnco'0 submit to the enemy, 11 mis supposi- Monday. The officers and men w ere tion 1s porl'cet the ylidl(j worlshoiild rcdmplctcly out of lations- - Sunday. oblT&ntibn of jrfvingtho istt the a 4 wi-elrltis be iccoupllshed Tho 7th received half rations andMou-,da- y bdm'Bjr'dincnt notice, owny-can- . hardly likely that the effect they received nothing. The boys are complaining bitterly, but are paciPRESIDENT'S' MESSAGE? fied with the assurance that tho pack llkllllljl 1UI BIIICl iUillV 114 UlllllUVAS, enliber and gonuraWniw jinsuroHai? train would be berg Monday. lie Asks for Suitable1 Keivurc HeroVaTIik-ut- . Ji'orfiomb, Capt ultimate HWceplngSdotoiVfc Should a night attack occur put- - sol"Thcro is every pos$iblht tliat the . don and tuilyt i'otvell," diers would fate w orse than did tho ma- " '"( .jrw n" ' rirics at Guantanumo. as the attacking WljISttT)&, ,lHrl 5S.Tli Hforce hero would not, be at,,tlip,ilsadr . . r S ts l L '. ' , tp, m aentcBtfeMaUjncssa-seKan.nraUt..i.tiMLiAi7 Uisl SDanlsii u,x. . .A.rdL.ldfK;' rtmvMl Tlie Cubans with the advance forces ( ices of .Lieut, Ilobsqn, thejtherojo hi , spite of the good behavior bomfbo'ctcdJtb a fire fro'm Jiis own, Merrimac: of Lieut.' Nc'weorab'aitd for-t-and Vfio urmy siege 'guns. If of their comrades at Guantanamo crow of the ret cnuc, cutter Hudsofi, tlicsn proved ineffective the harbor worthless. be utterly see,in tto which rescued the torpedo bpt Win mouth would bo dragged, the mines All, day they sit in tlie shade of low at Cardenas; 'Capt. Hodirsdon.'i ' remoted, Adin. Sampson's ships would their'1 'plilm thatched camps and the dispatch 'boat McC'lil'loch, which at night, they smoke cigarettes and coMMODortr: watson, 'outer and Adin. Cervcra would be finfigured in the battle at Manila, antl gorge 'dn Uncle Sam'a rations,' while in ished oil. Ppweif' When the Americans took Jtaiquiil squadrou is tp follow it through tho Naval Cadet Joseph .nVrlffl(t sight of 'them Uncle Sam's boys with they found a letter partly written in Suez canal. It is stated that no Span who held tho steani'.laUnch under th empty stomachs and not a bit of to- the house of the Spanish commandant. ish cities w ill be subjected jo a sevej-- - .bluffs at Santiago harbor searchin: fbacco for their pipes, build roads' all ShouUUCamara proit was addressed to the Spanish com- tbombardment. Philippines rWatsonfwtlV for tho crew of ofthe Merrimac. Au day under tlie' blaring sun and sleep thotifvMs asked tho senate for tha olijtnijir Cuba, and had ce'dd to the , .1 J ' mander at Santiago de lles uudpr the star-li- t slcy at j'N' 'lu" " snips on ,uiu Spanish transfer of Hobson from the, cb'rtstfuvc the tone of braggadocio. It read in T tlnn pnrns to tbo line of tho navv anil) coastto'Jiarass leommerce. part as follows: arp using- , A Madrid dispatch says the cabinet the president announces tilat j,Ui Au"I am well fortificd.and prepared to and the brass the resist all the forces the Amerlcan'pigs deelarestthat CamarnV fleet will pas3 thority given lie will by and withsuit- rips on; toircji'irig ,and tears the flesh tifrough the Suez canal Monday en advice and consent of the senate ean bring against us.'" lufrrjlily, w liile thi .jSinall brass splinably advanco Hobson in" the lintClue ters cause blofidjooisoning. evidently at this point the American route to the Philippines. They aro Washington", Juno 28. The inan; Hudson's crew are to be given' a, vote practically )tplos'i'vp transports nppeared and the boasting burets and aro Bcmingtons. They albo Spanish officer ran off, leaving tho let ing of the movement upon Spain is of thanks aud medals of eonimeipora : used that the president is determined to tion. Capt. Iiodgsdon is to be suitably cut at .small cross through tho end of ter half written. recognized. thb. M:u(ser lntlrot so that it mush- The Yankton arrived tliis morning open the eyes of the. Spanish peoplo thd"war and to 'llie president in mentioning- HoIh rooms true Two thousand Cuban!, to the n,... coitditipvof i..;.. a similar rc- from Norfolk. S rqw- with oi,... I . ?.! i..... i ..' - . nun ..n..' ill." .. from Acccra-dero- s 'Qiiu muni i,, utxukv mviy,n!...". uwt.ll "son, cities tho fact that the were transported niii . 'fnni!,';il,i1i'Li.j HI- c to Altarcs. Thoy were taken off Wl.1 411114 4114.1WU. ti. - 3441,4111Lj 41 UUi him hhc already been ptomoteel, The outlook heu'e is threatening, 28. AftCKitlie squadron will no doubt have tile effect ' WA&liOTOJCyjgIune nycrybodvibeltevcs'a; gie-a- t battle Is shore in pontoons, under the supernow'- - ' at presiften t's" fnessage' in i egardtOiEieut. With the Spanisli and inftnrneut. vision of den. Ludlow,- - of the-) gn of ordering the" Cadiz fleet ., Nciwcomb and, Capt. Iodgsdon-.wa" glneers. They belonged to, Gun. CalK-t- o Cape Said back to Cadiz. American advance; posts almost close docs not matter particularly if Monday, 'Ka tor nouyh. to 'see' Garcia's force and transporting the . kites of each introdncett'.a hjll piapued-aH- , (ha. lther, eyes,-- ij collision innyodCur'at tho west to this is done or not. biiejof.ihc rensomi Ki-them by water from sejidinsr Watsoil across lie ooeaft'iS navy ex,urvl,la"!'-9'Ji- ! " trv iprest- - wiymomcnt.. . , .. . . tho cast side of Santiago saved sev- for . oinnioncaJpn IntOvlftrut'lyTe ; fp saves unnecessary to canturo and destroy thcylppt. 'PliiS neuia . eral days. It also '"."". .v-- ' djljCfor tKS L "can Demand wiH"be '"chine,. It 'wfta tesolutron i npproi,-futefighting. The Cubans will join 'tho , MANY PRISONERS. said Jondayi in '"official circles mauuffietu'itM'MiedaLs army's van. All the convoy ships' v u- 1 K'fVi, f tywgp6t!kf tvp "j,i"v ift.ooil Sp inUll which'is tliat Adm.. Cnmara 'will,. notrget eept tho, battlet'Moundcil SciittoAUnlUigulnaldo tlirougli ' o, Suez tsaifapand jthat.lio FOR ASSAULT." " off the harbor, aie 'coaling aUGuan-tanam,!,iv t UtfcilplcK (Jovernnr'.s Jt.Aislon, . : , . . t h . and hi fleet will bo bott)cd.hi thci i ' l.WiWi , ; ,r fa! Sun rriiiflUpn 'is at'San- - ClncliinutP.Itrdj-Altl- ' ... ..' This mo'rningthe Gloucester shelled Mtditctranean, as Ceivora T.li-i-i I Aiirru train tti tuiiu, iicvi '" jjjfl'9 4o.Vo';"J;.iiue' SS.Ucji., , tiitgo. ''When was announced tLaU I a Spanish' party that was working the Spanish It V' on Complaint of a ltr in. aljltJ,. n'corfjinp, to lcttet.s brought autlibi'ities had starti'd at tho railroad trestlo east of V Camara' jltjct'tttWard ihp, sihWthStno3,, Cavit'e by a German steamer, ' Morro. Rkq.'Nov,, Juno 28. Fifteen rcgu 'oJTcup'les tho ,mu,tlslon of tfie Idtb'goV-e5?tlir 41V 1U114.4; ilUUV 11 tK,flW Ulll UJUl fiir armv-t'oc- t tilts en route from Ciuc2'Atv ' )Vut,VlieJ''w 111 sluiHly iQUrcatiuuiangainsi allowing tue cinnati td Sail Francisco werc. taken mov? tatfius7 Wnn?? room for th.q, use df the canal by" Spain for war pur-roUle wcf bound "train Mom:l?n-- " American Insurgonts poses', ami also calling attention to the id ' lacea ;uder. arrest on a war-- havu 5.000 tioops The, A hundred now prisoners. ) and clause in jfjie neutrality Swo'rji o'ut4,bytitt brakeman on" eighty-seve- n jraotr of tho pa.nlsh w ounded 'as t'o coating ships of tjip IjplligeVeh'tV l.thC train whom they, .turned up lavobeett sen'tto''Manila with IlTirlot flirt nt'nlrtNn'n tifin . fnninf vM ,... Tl and spanked at'tlio -- station her J." nf 4.f.,1n. 1.4J V,......l-Jn.. sels could only take, on enough coa'i 1. laumt onln.t i lltlmi ren.'A 'fhtj', itojinded Spanish, officers," with Iie ejPal qcdcr-vt- o Port Said to see them tlfroupli kebpHhoio ott of the smoke i one CxeQntloh. arn i i. i ., .1... at Cnvlftv . itn ..if... .irn ? iiuu LiriiiuKtrci vvilii inu purier ui uic The Spanish BrladkV'"M'orettittv wojild' be blocked there, ,be(!i carn They to allow . but Brit.slf.coal-- - .them to fcmDUc'itVtttaeflrfwn car, Thoy ..... as there "u,,',liW1 u" "ll'tHH"( to forco the rebel lines. frQiu,there6;.UirPlillip-piires- . were ing sWtlpjSs tken bdo'r'e1 iTustlce of the Peaue ' An American pflicihl'nfaCaTtp writes ?fio IvcsselS'cpu'rtiwbcagain Linn and pleaded guilty as eliarged, , follow ss1' ; fd'tthreo months, The aWmistra- - and were ordered to appear Mondav "If gfeftt bloodshed and destruction tHeso (patches, tion, as stated in come to Manila Spain may justly " "T" announced that as soon as,jc tainara, . blame the Germans. Manila would Suc7i Camara'it tlieatrlcil rroiueiiadc. fleet was definitely locaWjjfo lJle , have surrendered bef6re tho arrival of "jade LoDo-June 28 The Times, com canal a demonstration ftW tho menting editorially on the movement? tho German squadron w ithout bloodMAJ. O. C. REID. ntrainst the coast of Spaitf (Adjutant and Inspector U. S. Marlnt moral supbpe.a J ,.of Adm. Camara's Equadrou, sajs: shed, but now, owing last few days the dopartjent has Corpa.l "- t,e ao' ''"This singular naval promenado. is, port of tsprcsence the citv refuses to Informed that Spain wo" jtfliic)uler." Going to Culi.1 ns Iturnes. to coal her ships, and'onday morn-in- g probably of ix, tlwairrcal -- charactpivJ desitrllcil to serve the double purpose Mad Uog ut Urbana. wq? receded Tampa, Kin., June UT. Miss Annie at 0 o'clock a Cdra-y- a rmiAXA, 0., June 28. A road dog atjQf impressing tho ynited States and Wheeler, Mts. Maud Klssaim BabcQclc ft om Port Said ann.ncin?that and Mrs, Llscomb, wife of Lieut. Col.. fleetbad arrlvA at, that point. ol satisfying publio opinion in Spain. tacked 13 perspus on thtj.'strcet Montho attcr ,Jt w ill certainly Jail to uttuln the. irst day bofoio ii, Yiis. killed. aamcs.oi-D- , Lisoomb, of the 24th artillery, wilj Tills Immediately boyT was 'frigh'tfuliyi a leave here Tuesday nlht fort Key asar'as' thVadmltratlon went, and m these obiects. The mtllioiipasctas for the passaged thu ittenlab'out the face and head, and West. From there they will jfo to the sarly Monday ufn.nf,' orders wero rsqulred y Cuban battle fleds In tho capacity of ient to Comroodeff Watson to sail at squadron through tho Suez canal' Henry P.irks, another boy, was bitten nurses. Miss Wheelor is a. daughter of nce to join Adnpampson and organ-.z- e might bo, more usefully employed than ibout the head and body. Six .other the squadro At the same time hi a demonstration that alarms no- aersons wero bitten by tho dog, anil Gen. Wheoler and Mrs. Babcoek's husJo...v,-.Vas onlprpd to be In : body and that is too late lo relieve 'or a while there was a reign of terror, New trl, uiiiiiijouiRf band's is a sergeant in tho 7lst .vii. Manila," in til it was pursued and killed. euuiucss ior uhkui. York. it A' t i the Opinion Anions Xuviil KzperU That the C'lljr of SuntUsro WIIJll-- ' llurupil lr the Simnl.li Troop It e fore Thry Surrender. U r -- - -- ' Untrpylnj Cadi Ilert. Anr Oiio Who- Hrrrfthes a Word of Illscon. i. taut Will Ha Sumiuarllr Shot, br Order of Onl. BUoco. r. uri I WELL INFORMED. I1 .Tbonsht It Will Jle Necrsmrr to tar a Regular Siege to Santiago Itllle I'lln to He Stormed. lit VomlAmh THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, Buec6Mra to the Lincoln KY. STANFORD.JN&tionaJ OR . Bank. ....?:.' raiTTivv I Hy provision ol its charter, depositors are as fully protected a are depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par valua thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an individual, . -- Condition othe Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Stan ford.' Kentucky. December 31, 1806. Notes and Bills Dtber Stocks and Bonds Overdrafts..". , Banks Bue fromHouse and Fixtures Lasa S RESOURCES: , 1302,615.21 1.W5.82 4 202.41 48,2392(3 0,400 00 25.593 SO $337,015,00 'LIABILITIES: .' Capital Stock Surplus Tund..., Individual Deposits..., Due to Banks , the-harb- iejdla 8200.000R 19,411.41 :S5.5iMOj 1204&31" S337.043.S4 1' v a: ff .r' ? well-arme- DIRECTORS: ' J. B. Owsley, Stanford. William Gooch, Stanford. S. II. Shanks, Stanford. m J. J. Williams, Mt Vornon. J. S. Owsley, Stanford. S. J. Embry, Stanford. . J. F. Cash, Stanford. A. W, Carpenter, Stanford. J. E. Lynn, Stanford. W. H. Cummins, Lincoln County. J. N. Mcnefee, Stanford. i Cer-vcra- ? j 8. H. SHANKS, President. J, B. OWSLEY, Cashie W. M. BEIGHT, Teller. suA-sth- MTWe solicit all having business iu bank to call or write us, ant they will receive prompt attention, B. OWSLEY, Cashier t J. g "i ft BUSINESS EDUCATION Is absolutely necessary to the younp man or young1 woman who would win success in life. This being conceded, it is of the first importanco to get your training at the school that stands in the very front rank tho e ,WiM!ilc 1 t Bryant & KG3 . -- MitstammKWJ. Bool&eeping, - SliortJiarta, Stratton. Business College, LOUISVILLE, KY. rl l 'Telegrapmf. Write for beautlful&Spk'B-ivlng- ' testimonials from graduates occunyinr- - prominent positions all ovcrJty) United States It will be mailed FREE. tf & Druggists and Pharmacists. n1 a MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt Vernon, Ky. . 1 icave-enoug- Ji -- - pnsstl-ikliigwit- to-da- y '' first-clas- ftjf We carrv Drugs, Chemicals, 'Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c Prescrip hii tions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call for goods usually kept in a s drugstore. gT s t't TOSSeeg Of Stanford, , i Ira yi j ' ' i 4 s ' ship-Indian- "i o, - - ...First N ationa ' Bank i .,-- Ag-ui,-- . " Capit4il Stock ' ' ' TXlr. .;......., 'Wirim 200,000. -- Surplus .523,100 ri 111114.-1- .DIRECTORS-j7w. m ptcl-amatiei;- Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Refd T. P.JBH1, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble. S. T. Harris, in J. S. Hockcr and M. J. Miller. Wc solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining eofinfies, assuring them 'prompt and careful attention to all business 'intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view to'busirless relations, respectfully invited. S. HOCKER, Fres. JNU. j. (UcKOUiiKliv Cashier ,4Vn,'' ? 1 whlcb-lnltriole- -- GO TO "ln - to-th- e JONAS McKENZIE For Everything: iu ce i,Jd Dry Goods, GiouiinaBoots ana sno6 GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at Living- Prices. 4- - to-pa- 1 jjflft JWKTfSOiU'f " ..jriawwSVv i &$& TT. rv- - X. ' Mm Mrs. Hattie Jones, Side meat Canvas hams If you are a subsc.ilter to the Mt.Vernoa-Signa- l is visiting the family of her uncle, ojc. All groceries at actuajcoat. signal you can get the Weekly W. R Dillion. Dispatch lor 50 cts. S. W. PrkwittIU Louisville DEALERS IN ' Coniiuerciiil. 40 cts. vrJi Miss Willie Smith, of Somerset, 189 FRIDAYTJl'Li' " Courier Journal, t t T?PTn r s a tJK- ., is visiting relatives at River Man- x TC(twice a te-25 cts. Come to see us. Will .vcll you honcM needs at fair 'prices. By virtue of a warrant-nfldue'm-PitblisticJjc.yfryiFriddx Post, Daily, $1.75 ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. .. , 1l t... !. r.t... tlL..Tf.l .i OMeessrs. Gusand Tom Stewart tin . 50 cts. Cincinnati. Inquhe of Kentucky iiu.favoi;ipf,the.Ujuted jCViAwrffWrrrv? fc and Heurj Hrannaman. of Wildie,v . Cornc0rf.01d . r. Chattanooga, Farm & Vude 25 cts. h. f.J '. ,, . irN were here, to .attend the burial. "fouues againsi o. .aT'ii'oyHior.xaxeG ivtf. due theGovernment amounting to StTBSCJUJPTION ONK YEAK lte4t.NrBctley( 974.36 and $15 cost, I will, ouTues: aro visiting relatives in rt;,! day. July 5, 189S. at the residdve Using rates made known o dence of B. M. Lear, in Rockcastle application ,,v Hon. .. A. Craft v7fv hnrc $;in- - county, K ., sell to the highest bid- DEAI.12K IN t4der, 2 Jersey- heifer calves if not WHISKIES' WINES. &.O., &c, w;v.i Mi day of salt; a No. t cop Mrs.' Laura Justice has left ibi ANNOUNCEMENTS. KY W. H. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR. per worm 20 Eiect in lengtn; one Lebnuou-Juuctio- n .;. where she will and 1 u $2 at Fine small iron boiler; also 8 large fermanuiacturi:r and dpauw in We arc authorized tonnouuee make her future home. menting tubs all new; one wooden H. H. REYNOLD? Mrs. Russ Dillion has returned JOHN II, THOMPSON, still, one flake stand, one leceiving as a candidate for the Veuomination from My.wood and Miss Lizzie tank and wooden apple mill. for Representative win,s' Congress and Miss Linda Tucker accompa"' Terms cash in hand. subject to the action of the Demo-.THi- nied her. " Col. Thos. Austin, Dep'ty party. The citizens of our town will 0111 uis, rwy, a 1 Horseshoeing, all 'round, 60 cents. raise Old Glory by July 4th, having We are authorized to 'announce Best nails a pole ioofeet long. It Notice. All persons indebted tc Everything furnished. secured Collegiate-Institut- e, JAMES B. McCRRY, 37"3mo will be erected in the school house the estate of T. J. Coffey, deceased, and shoes usid. are hereby notified that they must a candidate for nomination for yard. " IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. Representative in Congress subject settle up at once, or their accounts Miss Mattie Brown of Rich- will to the action of the Democratic be placed for collection. 6, 18984 party. mond, is visiting her brother, R. C. A. W. Stewart, Adm'r. Brown. Academic, Intermediate, and MADE BY This office has inquiries from a ' Primary, Departments. M. D. Hughes, of Lancaster, is C. Democratic County Convention. man who wishes to buy a smalL here in the interest of the Maccafarm not far from town. Persons bees. L. having farms or real estate for sale Democratic Committee for The Drs. Pettus and Cooper of this are invited the to consult the editor of, Eighth Congressional district, met place, attended the Medical So- this paper. tf. at Lawrenceburg on June ist and ciety at Mt. Vernon, Wednesday. ordered that mass meetings be held Miss Susie Poynter, of Corbin at the Court houses in the respectTventy-eigh- t years xperience in is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. m . . . ... .ive counties of the district on Sattne business, liorse slioeuig a urday, July 9th, 1898, at 2 o'clock Carson. Also gene .' black HUGH MILLER, pecialty. p. 111., for the purpose of selecting J Mudd has moved into the propsmithing. delegates to a district conveutipn erty of Henry Rice. Mr. Rice has Richmond Street, Mt. Vernon, HEADQUARTERS FOR to be held at Danville on Tuesday, moved to the new Hotel, where his COMMERCIAL MEN. July 1 2th at 5 o'clock p. in. to friends can find him. nominate a candidate for Congress. all trains. Porter at Misses Nellie and Mary no vpiltk' In compliance with the above, EXPERIENCE of Stanford, are vtsiting a nia&smcetiug is hereby called for Miss Lena Bentley. the time and date above mentioned Misses Sallie Cook and Alza to be'held in the Court house at Brown, two of Mt. 'Vernon's pretMt. Vernon. Ky. Manufacturers tiest girls, are visiting Miss Lida W. J. Sparks, Chm. of Limo and brick. Tradc MaAkA DtatQMk Cook. Democratic Co. Committee. "V Copyright Ac They also furnish Lime, Building wx . Amras lending R ikotrh and description mr Will .Pettus, of Preachersville, is Stone, either quarry face or cut. qn iklT airertiun onr opinion fre woe ntinn ! prODIDirpHlTi(ADia.'i nmnidnirn Tiik Congressional candidates visiting his nephews, L. A. and Orders promptly filled.-TictlTConaarntiu. iianabooKnni'atenu . ecurlnR mttentiy. 0171 Oldeat urooct (or an ' taftM tlrMl. Monday last. Gov. J. H. Pettus. V. .spoke here ' uoltct. without charge. In too ni McCreary led.off with a forty-fiv- e Scientific JImcricatt Champ .Mullins, who has been EVERYBODY LOOK. minutes speech.jn which he relArieei. Hr A htndiomelr lllantraled weealr. sinking for some months .nIlIah Af mr fliintinA Innrnal. rerma, n T... ....'.. . Congress. gradually in ' viewed his work am selling the singer Sewing rear; nmr monini, au com ojoji newaaraiera. I Thursday Other important topics were dis- passed away oil last HAM VJ Machine on easy terms and keep all "1 mcli omco. OS V St. Waahlngton. D. U, l cussed. He paid his respects to night, of Brights disease and heart kinds of sewing machine needles oil whom he claimed trouble, Deceased was boru in this bands, shuttles, and everything Mr. Gilbert, On Nov 3 '55 would be misleading in his speech county Dec, 25 1835 Miss Auuiejohn that belongs to a sewing machine. Goveru-.or's- v he was married to which was to follow the ad- A. Will sendneedlesby mall to any Most of the dicussions were son and to them were born John all kinds and W, C. Mullins. His first wife ress. I also clean and repair For the niifedy.ind permanent cure of taken up between the candidates of machines. You can see me here tetter! fait rheum nnd eczenui. died in 1863. On Nov. 24, 1867, he discussing the soundness of the W. M. Owens wltlimit nnEye mid Skin Ointment in Miss Susie Cum- every Saturday. equal. It relieved the j Governor's silver principles. They was married to Mt Vernon Ky aid Miiiirtliig nhuoft instantly and mins who survives him. He had Its cintiniied uo effects n permanent failed to show that he is not the many relatives in this county and cure. It nlso eures itch. bnrlier'B itch, B. McCreary, the best same James Bcnlil head, nipples, itching pile, legiouot friends. By strict hones When Your Horse Is Shod By chnpfwil liarnje chronic sore eyea and lis, congressman ever seut from the a : ty integrity and business enterprise grannlatt-- lidr. 8th district whom Rockcastle will ii'i oU Buckeye, ( nlrtli toVi m nnnnaefamnai .P- F- 6c, DAVIS & SON MT. VERNON, JSY. -- rn . 0 General Merchandise i1 - .. -- ... A s- Main and Church Sts -i- TOM FERRELL - Brodhead Marble Works sold-befor- e ROWLAND. Monnumenta and Tomb Stonea. I Blacksmith, c brodhoad, Ky Mi Vernon . WAGONS H. Fall Session Opens Sepember M. Gentry,- iRE AS GOOD AS Special Normal Work: for Teachers SCROGGS. Principal BEST - Miller House, Livm Town Lots C-ct- ton 1 -- Orn-dolp- h. for Business MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY ijjjnjra 1D and Dwelling t In the most desirable x uwii, nccu r ai l De)bt..Callandpe,e Houses. them. ' Wm. FIELDS, . , n-- Skin Diseases. Chiun-berl.iln'- GREEN FROMT Medicines, Cheaper, C. C- - ri V." Itch-Inf- oDrug Store, H j a handsome fortune on July 9th and he accumulated instruct of which he was a always a liberal the convention at Dauvillc will giver worthy causes. Our com- to to again carry the uiuuty and county will miss one of Democratic banner to victory. natures noblemen in his death. The remains were buried at this LIVINGSTON place with Masonic honors on Saturday at 3 pm. The largest crowd that ever atteuded a burial here Russ Dillion returned from was preseut. Thursday last. for THO'S TAYLOR DH Blacksmith, You may depend upon it that it has been done in a scientific manner and the shoes will stay on until worn out. "CASH. hon s urn the lc;t tonic. blood pnrifiei nfa(lvermlfnj;iv Price. 2") cents. Sold by A May-woo- d, Mr. and Mrs. Cap Hampton have returned from a visit to Williams-buig- . at Rockcastle Thursday, caused a great river on damage to R. R. property. We are glad to say that no one was seriously hurt. Mrs. T. A. Grcsham is visiting relatives at this place. Mrs. E. Fishback is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. King at Morebead. A head collision Miss Maggie Lewis was in Crab Orchard the last of the week. R. C. Wade and wife are visiting friends and relatives in Mitchels- - Hotel Frith F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Located at the DepotggSgggor. Meet all Trains, Day add "TCight. Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited. Will fur nish lunches on all Trains. fy 'n.h ''nmJHion I'oiTMprs foi dlion Drugs, Groceries Cheapesi: TOBACCO AND CIGARS Cheap, .! PURE LINflKED OIL mlied irltn a eauon or DAVIS & CO .a burg. Jno Graves was here irotn Paris, Saturday last. R. M. Jakcson, of London, was here Saturday. Dock Caloway was down from London to atteud the burial of, Judge Mullins. Mrs. J. C. Poynter, o Corbin, was down from Corbin to be with jier sister, Mrs. Mullins, in her hour of bereavement. Bad management keeps more people in poor circumstauces 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 aud valuable time. A prudeut and careful mau will keep a bottle of Cbamblaiu's Cholera aud Diarrhoea Colic, Remedy iu the house, the shiftless fellow will wait until necessity compels it and ruiu his horse, going lor 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 j) ff--JI 600 d Brodhead, Livery Ky. mikw Attached mllona o tfan VKRY BEST PAINT la II 0 WOULD 1 m MM torjtttor Jf JUi of ronrralntblll. la White Lbd nod la UjixMABPArtT TzntLii 'Kli n W. A. UAliSON nil Kivxl ii'r, ami crniinrt Tnii-2- . tbut TmoK. No trooblft to mli an? Imij ran Io It. It la tlin Common Hekhx r; UoDja Taect. No DRrncn paint can be mailnu-a-- t coil, and la Mnndsof than Put. rn ttonz nvitiBU rononoi i Absolvtclt kot ttir- - llrar of patntcra TjitKT U Painter Mt. Vernon A, D or to Cnics. nuarrn, Fbei. or Otn? . f.HAMMAR PAINT CO., St.LOUla, Mo 1 11 K busy, and introduce earlr our Hnlrn. 1 1 i I I 4 , dill OR 1Afltc WA ...,w . . MV.UU f iA( maxfi n. Htarvnlnit nltn fllrAf fr. i.m If a For 3o days we will aell samples ol our STrell '08 bievclea at net coat to maniifnr. BSa .., bSJ ...a anu wi.i amp, u. u. jl. on approval n uie l to any addrcsa on receipt of the nominaf mn JnjAU 5um of $1.00 (if webtof Denver, 5). Thia 7 f O..UI. vy1 ff1.nui4 ta t ll ut ..v. ail.n - !""" njnt laiui nd M..M.t fuiunaser a part; if you don't want to send money in advance, Bend 14JnlrPj7 JtlH your eznress a rent's cruarantv for chariroa- die wnv iWliHlSjVaWll we will nay them the other if you don't want the whi ....w. fnmi i ABUna I y tl-- i nrccn a mi id PDfliin urrt" """"" Jun 1ceP our frreat factory To Vf .IA I I A 5 ju. Vr- ..... rArA jjJiV 1 J-- 1 tMNi-nl- 'j v - aeXW Alj ICfJrWWi I ' Paffer Hanger, ttnd I Kehtucky. 8U and entrant.! by Brddhead, M. C t& D. N. Williams. Mt, Vernon, Ky. j At U7 i'TAkl jmj ment crado, Mnbojying erorr late ImcroTO. mMitof Talne. l'llnnhlmnortrvl InhUn. fln.k Joints, improTsd two- plc craoka, nrcli crown, lares delachabU anrAlrAfa Iiannn1fltllnl)tll Bntt Mn.Min X 7.1.1. W'a'"', T D P D T3 W - Mghoat ' Will be pleased to giye estimates on work. Satisfaction guaranteed. getting poorer. Eorsale by M.C. & D. N, Wil-Ham- s. ws TO CUKU A Bpaolal pfcaonaamnlo aTdckrDalrtlrea.alns!iril(abletab..hlnhcrailnonn!n." .'! ! SZQ.nO. . tfOSSJ3 . ia machine, eonnl to nnrWaorrlce and ottSTrnnnlno. IJratlU inch Vftaleea tnblns, two piece cranka, arch crown, detachable aprockJl, bulf finished and deeod, Morcan & Wright, quick repair tires, single or doable tab.; high grade eqnlptoVt. Onrapeclal eample prie r$24.00. li It.VPlendI(l swwwsitoteArfN a Timothy baled hay for sale. Orders filledproniptly by A, H 'BaFton, Crab Orchad. Write i Hay. No. ?!Of KIWim In IB INaiR. PHII9HT IMPROVKD COM) IN ON 1)AV for prjees. tf IIihM Jml TVHAVMJ 160 FOURTH AV.. Fou Salb. AiNo. 1 pair mare mues, 6 yeais old 15 high, Work wjift.v v.yijte to or call on J. K. Mc Harry Magee was in London ili '" 'tf Bmp Ncf. Vernon Ky. first of the week. a money will be re. ranted tortara. U machine fsBotea t. ufactonrinjadav fnndtd. Sendeaah with order. De. crlptlv circular nt ot appllci attach. ncnts war. 11 machine with Take Laxative llnuno Quiuin,e Ta lets. All drugsiM reluud nioney PRIPAID. if itfails to cure. For sale by M. For this itvle q. &D. N. Williams, new hi eh oct 6 oni arm acwlna druggists. mSmmmlmMLm2mSa IlruJMwlok tlre, KUONDTKEa n medium grade for dnst-proof 1693. bcorings, ctP atanird equipment. Special 15. Inch tobln. etriped nnd decorated, arch ball retainer, beat Indiana or Now ,...$19.00. rlee on aample NOTE. Choice of ColcX style, Height of Frame, dear, etc. Fully Guaranteed. You will bo anrprUod aahe appeamnoe and quality of tbeta wheels. Don't wait. oder now while this offer iaopA fAcea mill be moch bteheraoon. Ton can mako Ulgr Money a ear Aient. eelllaKfortA We fire onr actnte cboloe ol caah, the free use of a sample wheel, or of wh,el, . lift afcrdlngto work dono. PttES U an4 iterinirjit Ruors Do You Wmt Cheap Wheels? . WehaTO numbfTy of 1M4 and ttrle. omealltUa ehop-womf- pt W model wheel of Tarloni make and all new -- $U.UU 10 olO.W. PILE ! viiarantwrt tM fur CONSTIPATION (1 Lcrfing, ItrhfciA prrj Hi t In.'.j V M'K'CV CO , LOUIVILUB. KY. tienUUanlf Ttj7t,i r ir Ifyitin'rfl fy ir ttfinUU 9ft ii fffnu rl "i f iM"rstr'iii i. nM.n rt il t lor Lucaiur.n:! m)' Wheels Slightly Used.pdern Types, A, Onr burinof m' r , , $8.00 to $12.00 t rUunit n' , ' ' ' lilTlHUDTj Etj.FHiimKiit, Tlie J. l. incuVVCie ticu .avi.y it ourv. t j, Co.. Chicasrc. ' Go BPI"JJLn"LllIll' To ' "HA.UJ TrnrT AIf Mi . 'i rrti'r.'s--- iGfeid Picfiic At Adarxls ;Grpv:f ar 3rodheadrj&ly I f ; : - i r i iiniTriiiuwTTwiiiiwwiiipiiiwMWMMiiMwiiiiiiiHi ' S?55 'tli , ,rr - ' - 4, t ,L ',,,,,u i """' ' '-- "'l . "Vit linrvcat is on hand sr...-ndni- Professional Cards. . i . , , i J' ' t i ,'V, ' ' i ' i i (iuril i i (! .It. Vera, hr fvM'viuw mill natttr tauiaviLLC : & NabmvilliR It Co. , 1 L & . LOCA.L .. TIME CARD. . Day Mail North D.iy Mail South 14:39 a tu 2.22 p m Night Ex. North Night Ex. South J. A. 1:34a m 1:48 am Landrum, Agent. churches. Chnnian Holdi service's lit at II 11.) it. and atC:50 p. in. tl.iitii-- t & Hr I SuiidRy Services 011 the Secouil Suuday Snluiilay nlcbt and Suuday. School at 9 a tu every Sunday. Prayer niCQtiiig on Tuesday nlghti. Rev. J C Cliurch Cur-mlrti- l, newly established music house ofi enjoy reading it very ulucn could not rest easy on Saturday, if Harding & Riehm. It did not com:. I was up to 'see The L. & N. will sell excursion r?i.'ui!r Hrinklev and was tiekMs on July ?, 3id and 4. goodi t,rnritMf tnuv. ,,:, :n 9Ilci. aood returning until July 7th OiTe and spirits lie has on a full uniform ' one third fare Visit our friends and is everv inch a holdiei. I also We are informed by School was at the Second K.. today aiid cjup'temleut Davis that the Teach-fi- t isawa'l the Mt. Vernon boys. All liihtslute will nuet on first were well.' I told Harris White Monday in August, at Mt. Vernon. that I saw in the Louisville Post where Lieut. Lewis, of Mt. Vernon, The Rockcastle Stone Co., of had 55 men in camp at Camp HarLangford have closed contracts in ris White. Bob Ping is the quietNew York for several stone build- est man in the Company. I have ings for which they will receive not been with my Company for 10 more than $100,000. days. I am located at Brigade York- Headquarters and am master of ofFor Sale. shire mare, 16 hands high, good ficers corrsl. Have a nice horse saddler. Also one colt. Will sell 10 ride and get more pay. Am Adjutant Reason- due many thanks to together or separately. Bob Mitchell, of Bowling General able price, John Rohbrts, Brodhead, Ky. Green, for securing the soft snap 423t to-da- v. Five-year-old tolu lo Unu pi.j ,u ; ,''" "k' p. A. Pcrinitifttou, D. D. Sf, M. D. ' i '' , . uer old i fi lends I '.on . 1.1 , . ! j I'd! unf- irotu anu ' ii UI-- rtrurer f .I. dmetent noluls pf the. State are here to set? their frieuds; amopg the . lot I noticed our Congressman, Geo,. Davison. the Hepus, Dick ' Warren and Jufijie " ' . T Saufiey v arii ijeiiing tat on n?rti tack. K. T. Fish tD-da- y N W Cor. Third and Chestnut,ts., ' rcat many of our citizens LOUISVILLE. KY. went lo Mt. Veinou, Monday to candidates hear the Democratic for Congress speik. They were A very much pleased 011 S. N. .VJt. SURVEYOR Davis - 1 . The Brodhead Fair ofiers $3 for best bushel of wheat. $3 for best I'mbyterlan II0I1I1 aervlaei on the 4th 25 ears corn, either color. $6 for Sunil.ty best display of vegetables. $6 for best display of fruits. No entrance MASONIC. fee 011 these exhibits, which are to Ahlnnd Lodge No. 640 meets 2rd Moil be shown on first day of Fair. cl'ij 10 Am. Reward. The Crab Orchard, Stanford and Mt. Vernon TeleOTHERWISE. phone Company will pay $25 reLOCAL ward for arrest and conviction of any person who cuts the wires or C. C. Williams has returned fiom otherwise destroys the property of said company. New York. Senator G. T. Farris was here ptitor. FOURTH JULY PiCNI -- C ATLater reports of the killing of Wednesday. Jack Catron at Somerset go to MT. VERNON. KY. show that Mr. Catron had no weapJ. Mrs. L. M. Scroggs is visiting in1 ons at all and it appears to have Auburn, N. Y. ' Somerset been wanton murder. Two Mile this Side of The family of J. J. White is vis- papers speak very highl of the deiting Garrard relatives. ceased. He stood very high in his BRODHEAD. Miss Pollie Owens, of Barbour-villcounty and was everybody's friend. PRACTICAL " is visitiug relatives here.Mr. P. Ketcbam of Pike City EMBALMER Mrs. Will W. Grimes returned Cal., says: " During my brother's kr- ky. "" " to her home. Lexington, today. ' iiT.f.4 late siokness'from sciatic rhumatsm V ' V Stock Complete! Telegraph Ord- mo. f. rui M3 Scfbggsj. Mrs. Annie Mjllejy ot.JWajihhig-ton- , Chdtmberlards'P.n Balm was the ers a'Specialtv". ' ' D. C. is visitiug relativts here. only remedy that gave him any re. Prof. Scroggs will probably be Mrs--. Mattie Carter, w ho has been ., . Chaplain's position. , ' The Gentry retunion will take lief." Many others have testified ' (jtva died weeks, ill many for Spring onEarth. . .. DR. A. G. LOVELL, place at Crab Orchard, August ist. to the prompt relief from pain The Best I. White deserves much last. "Friday at Brodhead. james , which this liniment affords. For Physician and Surgeon, his untiring efforts in The remains were interred at the Mrs. Susie McFerron has joined Amuse-meat- s credit for sale by M. C. &. D. N. Williams. looting after the welfare and com- Lewis grave yard near Mt. Vernon her husband at Lebanon J unction. MT VERNOff, KY Mt. Vernon Ky. fort of the boys. He'is a hustler Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Carter OfficeNortli .idejilaiu' street h Our good friend J. T. Clark, of of Alii; audigets what he goes alter. was a noble Christian woman who DUputanta, was here on WednesHere's your chance. Read IB ' fare,well supper was given the had the respect and love of everyA day last. the following puzzle 'and comply 1 departing soldiers, at Miller Hotel. one who knew her. Our commuits directions and we will send W. G. Adams was iu yesterday with nity will sadly miss her. Will be bn the Grounds. Music ' Lewis Jones joined the Middles-bor- o making Cnal arrangements for his you the Signal one year. ' Rallod by the Mt. Vernon and Brod2 euo su dues. Ti yap repap siht Cdmpany here Wednesday ' ' big picnic. At head Bands. No. 1 baled hay for sale at socts. ewo uoy fi." We are willing to morning The Mt. Vernon Lime Co., has give away v by A. H, Bastin Crab Orchard. Pays for the 500 yearly subscriptions Hacks will run out to grounds begun to lay the foundation ior the to that number of people provided from Brodhead and Mt. Vernew lime kiln, each of them unravels the puzzle Lela May Lovell lost a silver Twice-a-Wee- k non. I chain bracelet. Finder will please Deputy Collector Austin has re- and follows the directions therein. Por IafaaU and Children. return. signed and is succeeded by Mr. There will be plenty to eat on the The Kind Yon Have Always Bought West, of Lancaster. The Rockcastle Comity Medical grounds, but every ouecau W. H1. Brown, son of Tom Bears who had her foot Society met heie Wednesday. Dr. bring a basket. Rosa Lichleiter ONE WHOLE YEAR. Brown, of Pulaski county, and Miss Bent Signature sprained some .veeks ago is still Cooper, of Livingston, Dts. Zerelda Pennington, daughter of 106 six or eight page papers sent ton and Clark, of Brodhead, Dr. A Telephone office will be opensuffering irom the injury. A. Pennington, of this place, were Brown, connectChildress, of Oilaiido, Dr. Postpaid by mail. Almost ed at the Grove, I was seriously afflicted with a married yesterday morning at 10 Judge R. G. Williams and Mrs of Stanford, Drs. Davis, Lovell and ing with Brodhead, cough for several years aud last o'clock, Mr. Brown is an excellent Geo Brown ' accompanied Miss Pennington, of this p!ace.,were in Stanford, etc. fall hsd a more severe cough than youug man; and the bride is one ot on her return lo Somerset, attendance. The next meeting will Haley of War Officers will be present and before. I have used many remedies the nicest young ladies in the counWednesday last. be at Livingston near the middle of Courier-JournThe good order will prevails1 without receiving much relief and ty. August. has the finest war news service Dr. J. W. Childress, of Orlando, being recommended to try a bottle of any paper in the South or West. was here Monday. The Doc. says of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy The kiln now under' construction J. A. Franklin, of Conway, was It is a reliable, accurate, incomhe has five cases love we suppose by by a friend, who, knowing me to here Thursday. the Rcckcastle Lime Company parable. All other issues have he didn't suy. he a poor widow, gave it to me, I will be of two hundred barrels per been subordinated to this one great All of the boys are look- tried it, and with the most gratiWanted. To trade a farm to a feature. Subscribe at once and Messrs. Scott and Murphy were 'day capacity. Other kilns will be for me. out from Danville the first of the t'added when their trade increases, ing for anythiug that conies up fying rebuts. The first bottlere-lieve- d aw mill ot from 20 to 25 horse keep tboroughy posted. The offer me very much and the sec- power iu good repair. Farm locaprogress on which it will surely do. Telephone aud it takes a hustler to get there. week to inspect the withdrawn in a short time. boys ond bottlerhas absolutety cured me. ted seven miles south Mt. Vernon may be connections will be made with their This is Sunday aud all the their lime works, The low price, Some are at Ball I have npt had as good health for Good laud plenty of fine t'mber on works and otter modern conven- are Misses Carrie Lair nud T tna A YEAR. iences added for running ti large games, some out looking for bullets twenty years. Respectfully, Mus it Good crop on it. Apply to or Newcomb visited Mrs. John StephThey and some playing checkers and Mary A. Bkard, Cleretnore,- - Ark write J. W. Marler Mt. Vernon is successful business and lor the purpose of placing a great ens at Disputanta last week and atM. C. & D. N. K. propose putting iu machinery for other games; others are rushing For sale 'bnewspaper twice a week, within tended Berea commencement. $'' making barrels, and expect later? the canteens for lemonade and Williams. tJ the reach of the masses. A good making estab cool drinks 110 beer sold 011 Sunk a The traubfer mail boy overlooked t j put in Wanted. At once, one Sample commission to agents. BRODHEAD. or mule team ad wagon to haul copies free. Write to lishment and use fire clay that is day. The boys sneak around and a sack of Signals ; loirs Addicss.W. 'Blazer & Co., ; last Friday and that accounts for convenient to their works in inex get moonshine. I have had a fine COURIER-JOURNACO., riding around looking time W'ildie. Ky., or Signal office, Mt. delay of our papers South of us. haustible quantities Louisville, Ky. Miss Lillie Urtou, after a proat the pari: and the high towers. Vemou, Ky. We are informed by School In the meetings and marchings1 I don't have any more diilliug to longed vis'.t to Garrard county, has . By a special arrangement you u Sup' I Davis that the Teachers' of the volunteer troops here this do now and must say thank God I returned. ' 71 Do you want to buy or sell a can get the will meet on the Finst week, the 'Mt. Vernon brabb baud Institute J. H. Albright is now at GlasA am glad of it for I was going over Rockcastle farm, timber land, town Monday in August, at Mt. Vernon, furnished tine music. They did all MT. VERNON SIGNAL, every day for gow, Ky., representing the Bower the same old thing bushiest houses or dwellings? Ky. the playing free of charge, our five hours, and it got to look a little Gate Latch .Co., and is meeting tots, aud the Address, Signal? Mt. Vernon, Ky .subJoblish to me. but I suppose Uncle with considerable encouragement. Miss Mollie Waldeu, ueice of people should do something Courier Journal stantial for this band. They have Sam knows his business. A AV.'.A. B. Davis, and one of the bserfnt-tnucJames M. Roberts is improving Both owe Yen for Only. for furnishing WNTKD.--Bid- s expense for their in- -' intelligent young jui.t come iu telling us that slowly: ,;. . prettiek and most between Mt. I, . t htrunYents and . teachers, and haye; 300 telephone poles Ieave Tuesday orVeduesday we ever met. returnea to ner Jadies 'Pike hs resigned vrtinn ntid Livincstoii. To be 20 Richard in JliGiue iat Burnsides, on Sunday lust., put ,ui'eat deal oi time practic- f(Jr Cuba. The boyjlvat'e yelling positions with a Ciu- - feet I011K, s inches at top, chesmji mg uud have always 'respoi.ded like wild men. I vill be in aibag- - his firm and is town. and Mills, of the "Revs. Griustead called upon to furnish music gdge peeled, and distributed along the Thisfs for cask subscriptions and ciniiaki cai with three hnrt-echurch,' have been hold- and t Methodist that. It is surely limi three im-only. All subscriptions, udder, .tbb Ollu' Wallen preached at Hue 9Ver the county road. Rev. 10 one to ujv. iiic and Sec' V Albr'Hu ij4wv' i nT their ing uwetiug- - 'a the court house u hbwour combination offer must ue sent U I don't tht linpttk church Sunday ami did Halt no uw 10 evening with BioUhead Ky, un&elCi'i work. Can't Uj.. Tue.ila o 1 a'eMftediucl well through the Signal office. here or-n th j fri 'o ugi,- - t - ah.' hui Adam's, Grpye, J e, - Plenty of .good Lieutenant S. D. Lewis took ' 42 ' men with him to Lexington, Wednesday nioi'uing to join Regiment, the 4th. ', A portion of the squad had been at Camp Harrii White at'this place for four or five 'days awaiting orders to lady, a good teacher, and had batmove: On Monday night the re- tled with the world and had made cruits were addressed at the Court a good living for her children since House b) Gov. McCreary, Rev. the death of her husband. She was Carmical and Prof. Scroggs. brave and noble, even to the last. Tuesday night nearly every one of With sad hearts and weeping eyes, the town people were at the the people of JBrodhead gave her court house and remained until the remains to her people who contrain arrived to carry away the ducted the funeral at her father's soldiers. Patriotic and eucourag-ic- g burying ground. She left three addresses were made by Judge children who deeply mourn her McClure, Judge Colyer, B. J. and loss. L. W. Bethurum. The following Charley Davis and Bob Mat- is the roster of the company: tingly stopped with their old friend S.D.Lewis, Bee Mullins, Wm.A. H. Hilton, Tuesday night. Williams, R. L. Jones,- Lewis Bill Burnside and G. T. Coovert Jdbn Poynter, John Howell, spent a day or two with M, G. Smith Ping, John Reynolds, Sam Taukerly, James Whi taker, Dick Aldridge. Miss Mattie Mattingly, one of Wh'taker. Henry Idol, John Argeu-brigh- t, David Herrin, Phillip Jones Stanfoid's beauties, is visiting at Win. Baker, Wm. Sympson John J. T. Cherry's and H. Hilton's for B.' Gentry, Wm. Browning; Joe a while. Collett, Robt. Harris, J. S. DurAlbert Albright aud Bird Robham, Eugene Padget, John Rickels erts left here for Uncle Sara's Boston Durham, Thomas Thompson, Albert Albright, J. S. Todd, Senator Geo. Farris, of Lancaster S? Mobley. AlW. H. Mobley is here mixing with the people. bert Curd, Emil Henzmau, Burdine Pedigo, Wm. Montgomery, Dock The telephone poles will be set Jackson, T. H. Price, John Parker, to Mt. Vernon by the end. pf the David Batnett, Emil Suter, A. Pen week. niiiRton and Tom McClure. Brodhead will probably have The boys were accompanied to electric light plant by next fall. Lexington by James I, White; The machinery at the 'Roller mills' L. M. wjll be utilized 'for running a dyna- -' Jjddge McCl.ure.jin.cL Col-son- 's June 24th alter several mouths of suffering. Despite the untiring Also, an Ageut for the best efforts of the physicians and the Tailors in the world. many friends the monster Death claimed his victim. Mrs. Cartel DRS.G. B.&J.H. LAWRENCE ,was the daughter of David Lewis .and the wife of Lee Carter, de and ceased. She was a highly cultured Vernon, Ky PHYSICIANS J&Sf'Office SURGEONS. at residence (Rice property) opposite the Southeast corner of Court yard. MT. VERNON, - - KY. C. C. Aottrney-atLaw, WILLIAMS, Mt. Vernon, Ky. BSuOffice on 2nd floor of new brick on Church street. Special attention given to collections. G, W. McCLURE, - Dil-lio- n, AttOrneyatLavv, Mt, Vernon, Ky. All business entrusted to my care will receive prompt attention. Office on Second floor of new brick on Church street. Tf I'lnrrtMTiHiMn . ' set-vic- e. Attorney at Law, mum sa R. G. WILLIAMS, "" J. C. Mc Clary UNDERTAKER. snford;- ; Pa-ot- L spnpg water. . "" Games and 1 'V fc: - Kirid, zou 1 CASTOR A CourierJournal QtUcL&Z7&. A Daily Record Twice-a-week News. al , W, G. Adams. loot-loos- e. 50c 1 fire-bric- foui-hor- se at-th- e post-offi- ce ! k L to-da- y 5 v Twice-a-Wee- k mess-.agjMi- v $1.25 ?. Jri;(-.i- -- 1 1 t'-- a Uuuu itt-aU- ai 1 rtlv 4 i I lA. . -- ' r.T I ly the The Kricv.uiccs ofriailors Mr, Statclr Ilellevea In Ilrlnctnc ; iUiorilir in Jiorltiof entry, whtre the ikm Varied Commltislona of Llcnt. Rnlen Issneil Ir "Wnr Dcpnrtmcnt fo 1 Yonnir I'onnlc Dunn to a men belong, often turnout loin iniaffinim' The necrnltlnir t IleRliuenta- - io.'Zf When He Went 9Inhone UnvlncHH Haul. or great l cviRgcralccl. Hut tliprc.irc jiUmi-lTheir Full Cnpncltr. to Town. of cruel ami foiibciciirclcvi skiper. wlm a"bir.e their crcwM. Vinlrncc i'h always oli her Mrs. St.iteiv." the The war department has issued in- ther evening, yonbegan good husband, what jrctionable, andjtoinlcilly so wlien it i exYet of seventy head of stock. When Lieut. Jlahoney came to Sioux re a deal ot erted upon an .unfortunate liver, stomach City to recruit men he was intrusted with a structions for the guidance of the offbey term a faddist. It ha been my rule or bowels liy ilosittc with ilrastio purR.it ivc number of errands for the members of com- icers of the volunteer army detailed to :o humor all your eccentricities, but from which wc.iken the intestines. Use liostet-tcr- ' panies II and h. He jotted them all down hii time on, unless I find good and Kulfi- Stomach llftlcrs. on n piece of paper, and referred to them recruit for their own organizations to icnt reason to change my mind, the cduca-- , to fill them to tho maximum number ion of our children i to be of the most prac- when he came to Sioux City. This piece of Pi-a-rt Icnl. paper will give an idea of what the men under the second call of the president lcnl nature possible. Why don't you accept wanted in Sioux City and some of the things for 75,000 men. Applicants for enlistHrotlicr Will 'MUt as you say. Lieut. Mahoney had to do. It reads as folr in intcrcol-leciat.TncU? lie's a , "I understand that Loretta studied hot- ment must be between 18 and 45 year lows: cycling events. for three years, yet last season she old, of good character and habits, "(Set three r Colt's, for officers." ent out to gather some greens and Sitcr Sue Yes; but I prefer aBicycling "Oct a ruler and some black lead penSrrlntis rMttttl oflcn fallnnr n strnln cured of mycomptflrnt.sothat Iwas'bl safely deposit line. in the free from disease, and must be brouzht in the worst collection of weeds I-all of seventy heil of cils.';, especially when it affects the back, and to lake enrr winter, which ibDWS stock the ( World. nblo to spenk the .English language. cycr saw outside of a bankrupt farm. They that till few people nre so liable to strain as those "Kiss Harry Hamilton's girl." Yesterday a who are lifting heavy loads of variouj 4 eare'wa's not temporary but permanent." Married men will be enlisted only upon would have poisoned the mule. Foot-Kan- e, "Have that order of rose3 countermanded parlor, bolstered this botanist sat in Trj- Allen' kinds, from day to day. . Tlile;unster II. K. WmHKATLKY, 1 owner, 11.". tho npprovil of he regimental com- With cushions, reading trash three inches rarely ever overtaxc-- hl strength. A powder to be shaken into the shoes. At for cigars." "Take Claypoole's new ve3t, and get hij mander. Minors must not be cnlisfcd thick nnd in fine nrint nt that, while- vou 'TTie action of Dr. Ayer's Pills on thu mvollen, ncrvom with the clat of wares he this sca&on vour feet feel handles, enables him to entirely ftage the Hver makes thera invaluable for those ,wcre in thp back yard setting out sweet and hot, and Ret tired easily. If ypti have old one out of the closet." load he lifts so at not to put an cxresslve living In malarial climate. "Get 'ICd' Hrown's manual for armv cook- without the written consent of a pa- peas, jsaucl went tnrougji tne ooniong smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen s burden on himself. lint with the farmer Quitman, Texan, writes i rent or guardian. The term of service-ifrom potato paring to fine pasit cools the feet and make walk- ing,' his sword knot, and. his I'tcnch dictionil H different. He fs. Hftfmf loads of such " mtvc found" fir Dr, two years. For infantry and artil- tries, and yet yon can't keep her in the Ayer's rills, an ing easy. Cures swollen and sweating feci, ary." r varying weights and under such varying ''Oct Harry Chapman's blanket strap and lery tho weight must be not less than kitchen long enough to prepare a d Invnluuble remedy for constipation, lill. and calloutspols. Rclicvcseornsand blisters' conditions that he I very liable to llft-peculiar egg. Tom went in for higher mathelittle too much some day, with injurious iuusne!s, und kindred disorders, in small bunions of all painaiidgivesreRtaiid comfort. tray .for chess." "Get any old thing." Sioux .City Jour- I'M and not more than 190 pounds, nnd matics, and yet he can't figure the simple reMilts. Many serious affections of the to miasmatic localities. Taken Sold by all druggists and shoe Trv it (Treat organs of the body originate in n and frequent dose, these pills act well or ' Trial Jnckage I'llKK. for cavalry the weight is not to exceed interest on a promissory note for more- or nal. Adsto'res for 2. .strain. It rat so In the case of It. It. W. the liver, aiding It In throwing off milarlat He can blow 1C5 pounds, though recruiting ofllcera less than a single year. dress, Allen S. Olmsted, Lc Hoy, N. Y. llcntley, of Towner, North Dakota. A poisons, nnd rrstorlnff Its natural powers.. uround about the constellations and about SoiuctliliiK Important. Dr. nre authorized in their discretion to ac- the strain resulted' in serious trouble with the 1 could not dispense with the use ofTex. Quitman, direct communication with Mars, 'but Take advantage ot this special oiTcrand cept desirable applicants ten pounds liver. How he recovered aud was enabled Ayer's firent Kick. keep his own 'Fll bet a farm he couldn't to feed seventy hrnd of Mock during the send your name and address, together with Pills nrca specific for all "Thev siv that MUoouri has made the big- - the names und addresses of ten of your or less over weight or under weight. winter, let him tell himself : Personal accounts on n single entry system. of the liver, stomailt, and bowels, kick of the war." ijr-going to locate in Mar, ami friends who ride bicycles, with twenty-fiv" About a year ago, I sustained an Injury they promote digestion, cure constipa. Tor a regiment the maximum of all "How's thai?" cents to pay express charges, to the Friction-les- s grades, commissioned and enlisted, there's not a dollar itr tin? constellations in my hick nnd shoulders by lifting a lion anil its consequences, and promote "Shipped over $1,000,000 worth of mules. for him. Well just bring these young peoheavyweight- - After a time, a liver trouble the gcncrnl health of the entire system. Jie.iiing Company, 53 Liberty Street, must not exceed l,32ti infantry or 1,355 ple down to a business basis, and when thev came on, which so weakened me- that I They should uways bo used with Dr. J. C. Detroit Free l're&s. New Yoik Cit, and we will forward jou could scarcely lift my hand to my head. Ayer's Sarsaparllla when a cathartic i Know ennuch to heln themelve. as thev'll a set of our liew beatings for birjclcs which in cavalry. While lit this condition, I began the use of recpiired. More about the pills in Dr. require no oil, and certainly make jour Vmiu Unity in (lie HIkIi Clinlr a company the maximum of all fhave to when yon nnd I wear out, they For Dr. J. C. Ayer's Pills, arid finding almost Ayer's Oirrbook. Scut free. Address-thaiki tti.it r tne is good wheel run twice as easy. The fit any wheel, grades is 100 in Infantry. 100 in cavalry, can lo tncir tad cnasing. immediate benefit, continued until I was J. O. Aycr Co., Lowell, Mus. !o givitwlin.i in the tockcr (Jrain-Mrord with the bark on. mother." Detroit and you cm put them on iu twenty minutes. r.r the a.I.o'c family. It is the Never iipels tin Send fize of balls in front and rear wheel 173 in field nrtillcry and 200 in heavy ar- 'Free Press. niwtilutc tor colTce. The regular price for tillery. Wherever practicable tho choice digestion. Abide fron and crank hanger. oi injmes the a but in A NAVAL HERO'S STORY. ('inegiain it inn food in itself. Has the t.ti equipping in bicycle is ft2.B0, countryordci to by an accepted applicant of a particular quickly use all over the .ml nppear.ince of the best coffee at J tin get them we make jou the above proposition. After company of the regiment or other orIl in a genuine and scientific nitiilr I lire. Chicago, III. .mil i mine to stay. It makes for health trying them, if you would like to act as ganization should be respected. aFrom tne Time3-IIeralagent send for teims. sk your grocer for (iiiiin-mil sticnlh. Late in 1801. when I'rcsiduut "Lincoln ia- IN GOOD CONDITION. rocu a call tor'voiuntcers, i,. j, uiark, ot RebnkCH Ills Tired Auditor".' iwarren, irumuun io., unio, was among FAR nntJORATIMG WALL'S AND CEILINGS 'ZSP5.i'S2!? Vnrlnnce of tlic Sen. A clergvman preached a rather long ser- Mild AVlnler Fmom the Animal of the. tir.st to respond, lie joined the mortar T give the, winch a tinr.rtf..ii.i iiiid if vimr own ifiUnmlniiii. frilt ninLirlKl Im Hindu on hcliMilltlu iirlnclpli's br ma- - J licet of Admiial l'ortcr just before the mon fioin tltc text: "Thou ait weighed in tlntsanil IsMiiKrlur in anf roucocUouof Ohio aud Wblllnit ttiav elilnerrand luillcillu twenlr-fou- r utlonal the YclloMMtoiic hc doesn't slip her hawJ urn, belay me if can HjssUljr Uj inailo hf liuuil, Ti tin mlxeJ llh Cold ovular. memorable on the the balance and found wanting." After the J'nrls A i lliyci began.operationsat the terrificMississippi ser and pound like a donkey engine hoisting congregation hud listened about an hour HASH'l.n fOI.OIt l. Itlis and If yu cannot tmrcbaro this, material bombardIt was CP"Hi:Il a nobleman's trunk. from your local dealers let ut know anil wo will iiuljfou in inu wny or ouiainiuK. began to get weaiv went out; ment of the Vicksburg forts that the hero of Watchmaker I see. The mainsprings some one followed, greatly and the annoyTHE MURALO COMPANY. NEW BRIGHTON. S. I.. NEW YORK. Secretary Bliss has received from IhU story fell with a shattered arm fiom a to others soon broken. Jewelers' Weekly. sanggg'TrTwinwMumLMa ance of the minister. Another person start Lieut, u. . Cross, actinc superintend-- ' charge of fcchrapncl. After painful months in the hospital he ed, whereupon the parson stopped his ser- ent of Yellowstone national park, a. re' rccoveied sufficiently to be sent to his home To Oure n Cola In Ono IJnjr is light, gentlemen; mon and said: "That Tako Lasativo Dromo Quinine Tablets. All asfastasj-oare weighed pass out!" Ho con- port on the condition of the niiimah atVarren, Ohio. Another call for troops fired his patriotic zeal and Clark soon endruggists refund money if it fails tocurc. 25c. tinued his sermon some time after that, but there. The report states that the winno one disturbed him by leaving. Chicago ter was very mild, and as a consequence listed m Company II of the 7th Qhio Volunteers. Potomac he In the army of the wild animals are in better condition was in tn.mv engagements. the There aie some spectacles that can never Chronicle. Being w ounded be forgotten, but thev are not the ones woui HALF TARE. than usual. The buffalo number benear Richmond, he was &ent to . Bub old ladies. L. A. liv absent-mindetween 20 and 40, and, while doing bet- the hosmtal and thence home. letin. WnNliliiKton, II. C, nml Return. 's att erward be On July 3d to 6th, tickets will be sold fiom ter than heretofore, it cannot be said Kvl-i-i an undertaker gets enthusiastic over all points to Washington, I). C, and they find the location favorable. The brgan the ictuin good business. Wuslmigtou (la.) Demo- via the Chesapeake and Ohio Hy study and .it one fate, weather is too cold in the park and crat. plus $2.00, ou account of the meeting of the their j.oung nre threatened by wild then the J practice of National I'Miicational Ass'n. Tickets will beasts. The other protected nuimals llall'H Cnturrli Cure J I be good until July 15 returning and may be veterinary Is a Constitutional Cure. 1'rice 73c. u r Kcry. extended to August 31st. This is the "best havc increased, and but one case of sv j rz ' sSeeking a FREE for n few months to all users of the opportunity you will have to visit the fa- poaching was discovered. This was in J MQUIRONOCOOKIHS' H M?M seen butnoMicard? mous Mountain and Sea shore tcsoits of the "Wliy is the ginger-snawider held celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron December last, when 13 elk wet e killed. Chicago Daily News. ICast, also Old Point C'onifor.t and Hampton than the Brand). To induce you to try this brand of Koads, the rendezvous of the Kotth Atlan- At least one of the poachers, it is hoped, Ohio village starch, so that you may find out for yourself will be punished. Seven bears suffered alforded, he tic Squadron. pound cr this tr:h vhli. co m IxSfiA For paiticulars and sleeping car teerva-tiou- s an extraordinary fate in Death gulch, went to HALT kD fffgXS that all claini3 for its superiority and econASrARASAfDUNO apply to (J. L. Triult, Xor. West. il KtfiSi Ch icago, SIAI'CH. Of ANY were found dead by a guide. where they omy arc true, the makers have had prepared, Agent, 231 Clark St., Chicago, III. where he And smiTcr at leisure. When your abused IWr He went down to where they lay to cut KTO' at great expense,, a series of four Mb 'a Wound'd Hero fflJ.C.HUBINGEnBR0?C9J now has a stomach can no longer cheerfully and Bit i ,. ,... ,....w minutes At the Banquet. "What a strange expres- off their claws, but in properly perform its dutios, a few doses sion on Schultz' face!" "Yes, he lias cither was so overcome by gasthree member of Hatch Post, U. A. SX., arising from ticcj id a at 4U.ij Asliland Ave. of Hood's Barsuparilla arc like fresh water committed a minder or he expects to be and tves to a withered plant. This medicino tones called on for a speech." Flicgcndc Blatter. the'gronnd as to become very faint. It SJ 'cral j ears ao Dr. Clark's old wounds was evident that the bears had been bega i to trouble him. He Rrew weak and the stomach, restores digoativo strength, cmai iatfd, ind his friends despaired of his Kleetrle t'liiiM In Sleeping Cars. killed by this gas. creates an appetite and with a littlo care life? He finally recovered suthcicntly to be The Baltimoie & Ohio South Western in diet, thu patient is soon again iu peroutj nit wai a mere shadow, weighing only fect health. Try it and you'll believe in it. ltailwa oIKcials have solved the problem of CALIFORNIA NOT KICKING. 90 unds. Tlie best medical attendance tooling sleeping cars in stations at night. exact reproductions of the $10,000 originals by Muvillc, which will be given faile ti restore his lost strength and vigor. At Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Louis this you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. I gave 1110 a box of Dr. Williams' Itor Const line ha sleeping tars placed in the stations Why She In Wllllnir to Pint ft lis for Pale People," said Dr. Clark, These Plaques are 40 inches- - ir circumference, arc free of any suggestion of to Aid Vessel Dcfentic at 10 p. 111. which do not depart until after "ani they helped me so much that I bought make them om- midnight, and iu order to advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No Ailmlral Jlcivoy. I soon a half dozen boxes nnd took them. lotary 101 table and cool have placed la America's Greatest Medicine. manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its repined my, strength, now weigh 100 pounds elrctric fans in each end of the slcejiei . thus 3 cents. Senator Perkins telegraphed from and, except' for injuries that can never be customers. They arc not for sale si any price, and can be obtained only in icmoving the heated and impure air from all Hood's Pills cure constipation. pirts of the eat. The fans have been iu Washington to President Craig, of the remedied, am as well as ever. Pink Pills for the manner specified. The subjects. arc: "I consider Dr. William operation about thiee weeks, and have been chambpr of commerce, na follows: Palj'Pcoplc the best remedy to build up a American Pheasant, the subject of many favorable comments American Wild Ducks, "1 think the people of California run down system, and heartily recommend from the traveling public. English Snipe. English Quail, should protest against the sailing away theni to everyone in need of such aid." ( ' When a fellow is feeling bad he makes up from the Pacific coast of the Monterey, Go to 3'our grocer to-d- ay The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each Wliy She Didn't ainrrr. himself, and as soon us ho his Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. and get a 15c. package of gets mind to diet all about it. W ashuig-to- n Monadnoek and all other armored war It was nil the photographer's fault tint well he forgets vessels."' MissvVanderdcrken didn't marry. She (la.) Democrat. To this Mr. Craig sent the following looked,1' beautiful in the poi trait she sent out ELASTIC STARCH to Tndiaftind nil the men iu her brother-in- . 1. to ami the Mer. reply: her. till lairVregiment were "Success in life depends upon the liver" "We protested on the 12th of April. somebody spied out at raving about the nhoto of has been thestandard fot-3- 5 years. All purchasers of thrw 10 cent or j H u men 55 m is the way Chas. Lamb, the poctand punster, In the meantime Dewey has acquired whit'that silly camera the back had fellow nix flcint pnclcaKiM of Elastic Starch m In g nornon a put it. Medical science has proven, that I TWENTY-TW- O A1ILLION preserved new outlet for our en(Flat Iron Hrand), aro entitled to is carefully of the ailments of living have for California a thnirirrocer ono of thoso packages of this brand were sold their origin in the liver, and in constipation ergies, employment for our flipping, Household Words. 'ilia txvtntifnl Oame Plaques r : , vi caused by its derangements. Keep the liver business for our merchants, and has iiiauufv will not bo font by mall. how good it is. last year. That's Another Crime. scicneo opened a colonizing only from your Tlmy can b obtained takes the place of cof-- lively and all will be well.theModern perfect, future far beyond Aftiliard-Iieartewhen jrrover. only l points out Cascarcts as ASK YOUR DEALER We ot mnonstrafed with nnd told that the Cnlmns nf J W..W wwuw. - w ... A llio rr;t-gentle, positive liver regulator fit to be used our most ardent expectations. Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starcb. to show you the plaques and tell in ; Tvr...i Do not dolay. This oftor t. in the delicate human organism. All drug- San Francisco will hold nothing back hid fdr'long been that a itstate of worse than serfdom rtfrtit. you about Elastic Starch. Accept rfdom, replied xj auiiuu iiuiit pure grains il gists sell Cusearets 10c, 2.c, 50c and we rec- which may be of service to the adminU for a short timo only. hcattily. Moonshine. Sij is nourishing and hcalth- - ommend them most no substitute. istration, even toour jeopardy." " of hemorrhage of The wise worm doesn't crawl out until Iam entirely cured L ful. Hindoo Mall Carrying. lungs by PibO s Cure for Consumption. eaten Jim breakfast. after the earlv bird ' The postal service of India extends as JWX JuaUUIh it your grocer rglVoa yoa GRAIN-Louisa Lindaman, lictliany, --Mo., Jan. 8, 01. Chicago Daily News. J IIUILUIIUU far north as Kolghur, a village of the Every man spends about half his time Himalayas. Beyond this point a lcfici A good wav to cure insomnia is to sleep : xnrtr j ct-- J- ij-tiuKtiJ- vr he forgot to do in their ssason. it oft'. Washington (la.) Democrat. Is sent by a native runner, who carries ' TO-DAY." Atchison Globe. 1 THE DUTIES the missive for days in the split end of WSWESWENHm a man BUY A CAKE ar a stick, and delivers it at the end of his "So amount of exposure will mike journey as clean as when he received it. an immune in a love affair. Atchison Globe. Srtllnr nml Taielr tlrlcvnncc. A LEAF FROM CAMP LIFE. ENLISTING OF VOLUNTEERS DOWN ON THE FADS. GOULD SGAHflE LY RAISE HIS HAND, took care The farmer who found a friend. record-breake- e record-tirrakr- able-bodie- J - Kool-Kas- s J-- soft-boile- a - lilb.."-C,l'.A.Lsi- oN, t e - lonR-desiie- d, CALCSSViO I'lt FRESCO TEltfTS Sailor--Whene- ... Calcfmo I Ill-por-t. n Ini'i-kirniui- d JlSBIP ft Beautiful fcl A Present p Eat In Haste GAME PLAQU ES .Sarsa- pari "ji-isien- -- 1 rvifl r written-"Theorigin- al nine-tenth- s frr-o- . 1t It d Anglo-Spaninn- -- "il s uuiii'i rui J OF OF ...' "A 31 wMmfMnwmm-MsfM- jWSItlll, 1 The - C(rr"" .r;:rrT;riTr.TTTirv,i7i"iit i"iiT;i.i.m. -ill!.! 7 ' ! .ll j m 'IIP' w?. For Infants and Children. 'HiMnHnKMB Kind oy m mm ft AID ftX&riof nMiPrnnratinn simOating for As L Always .Bougi ihcTooaflntlllcdula-XiiigllieStoinaclisandDvWCiso- Bears the Signature of "Not Wahc oxic. ztnoraiavrSWUB-mTZZi- i .V.nTlJcbcfinri TfiPPTril- lncssandRcstContalnsnciUicr Osuim.Morpmni; w. T) sUxJmna situs Sfp ItlimSetd- Pnpf'rinclin.1- s .- '. IlOU, - . rinnmnilu Worms .Convuisions.revuiisu-txes- c.. JU cinmnrh ninrrlioM. JIUIUU".!.- -. andLOSS OF SlEEK U -- You Have - Tac Simile Signature oF NEW YOHK. Always Bought.' EXACT COPVOrWHAFPCB. iKfc. L.mm'iMMiPwww wvmmwwrw.m izZlL THt CtMTmi CQMMWY. WIW VOUH CITT. 'M i j Ncttc Cell In Hniiimi IJraln. LUCY GOODWIN According to a German authority, the is composed of 300,000,CM auman brain Suffered four years with female. trounerve cells. Fe. bles. She now writes to Mrs. t'inlcham ;ftWW THE MARKETS" iof her complete recovery. Ecad her fcefff&tfrej-&&e?&f&rsc-j-e-7' Cincinnati. June X flatter: Thp Shortest Llnerfijd .? nr.TMnci PrMirrrAM! I wish vou t'o '.I u) dh I 0) n.J The Best Service b'Eiwecn 40 Ki Select butcbciD lis Ota4 Si ?publls.h what Lydia E. Pinltham's I h 7.i Cincinnati anu'thc fVejetablo Compound, Sanative Wash tit f?aga Illustrated Catalogue, descd Si 3 '. R :i 8il HOOS Common a 8 (it ;i (X) 1'ills Mixed packer of the Qreat Lakes. "Rcs'drts nnrtLivcr sfr ing all of the famous a M) co ;i tw i,islu shippers lifitrrt "HrTin 3 IB & 3 Hi) PHKIU'-Cho- lce jrBKra"?!Mv M) WINCHESTER GUNS dKr me'. u (I IK .IjAMIIS Spring 3 6J ft 3 85 fnmllv AND I suffered 8.1 ur. UHAlJf Wheat No. i'rud for four years & 7S No.3rcd .WINCHESTER AMMUNITION Be (ir, Wi ,li A Corn No. - mixed womb S rffj t Oats-N- o. Wu with ', "P xbP Kye-N- o.2 m Gf trouble. My sent fre: to any address. Send your' J 9 00 0 J5 HAY Prlmo lo choice, i AND THE GREAT 4.AKE3. doctor said I u name on a postal cau 10 (u h m I'KO VISIONS Mcs l'ori: 1 ff had falling of 'in ' nft J - Ii Imo Meam " 5 Lnrdfn I ' WINCHESTER 'REPEATING ARMS ,C& . : ffi i; UUTTUHtCfcoIcodali the womb. I ' 3' Trains Daily, between creamery (a Irlme lo cho'o? :." 3 00 Ci 3 s clso suffered il ISO Winchester Ave. .New Haven.'Ct .,(0 APPI.US Sew southern ' CfNfllhN'ATI i"d DETROIT. . Ml Xcw..per libl... cj & ; a POTATOES: with nervous u. i L.l f.L ., . iiiini M'rr CHICAOO. E ' prostration, iainc, 80 Q. M'i. M PLOUR Winter patents l: ;... o feelings, palpita' -- red fc ;il ' . it'll'. 01 ., , No. 3ChlcaKiirspi,lna. ;j bearing-dowsensaCOKN-N- o. 31 2..... I HKADKItS OP THIS lAIi:R mi tion of the heart,menstruation. I.could Alten'n Vlcerlno Salve Ij thoonlr mrfCiirMn OATS No, S iu tion and painful DUSllllNtl HO UUV thu world for Chronic Ulcer. Hone ljlcer, POUK-Mc- ss. pW't&O.a) not stand but. a few minutes at a time. Scrol'iiloiis L'lciT. Vnrli'oul Ulvera. S.l)i( It AUVUUTISKD.IN ITS ,COLUMi3 &V33 LAUU btcam (j5j ami Soi:c. Snrlllnir, Fuvcr Son-- , poison. OUBXpofinsana . Kiinlll.il INSIST UPON IIAVf.sO Drans out all Wueri I commenced taUlngyour med- never falls Cunn)rniaiient ' NKW VDKIC Ue? ,' W1AT 7.I1KV.ASK IIQIl. llesltalvo (r Holla, nullerlns. 0 is a a 15 PLOUU -- Wlnlerpnteiit icino I could not sit up hajf a day, but Ciirbuiiclea, lllei, Suit IKIiciira. Ilirna, Cnla 'Alili UKUgriTUTK? OU IlllTA'nOSi WHUAT-- Na 2 red Hi mnll.Mmll.:Uc: $ 8,i boforo I had useJ half a. bottle I was nnaalirrqh Woiimla. AI.I.KN At Kit 10lafBj, llocCi free. .1. COKN-N- o. tl 2 mixed r,a I I. HolU by Uriisirlata,1 Mi 3uv CO., St. Paul, ,Mliin. v JtVK ji jigK up and helped about my w.ork. ; OATS-MU- ed jj Sj" of Lydhx I have tahen'threo bottles POIIK New mcv A IITUnDO' nuniiierlplsahlj crltlclard, lo 01) ail) 5o STOPPED FREE.' eil, i)pi'rltii'iii plsya rt'tUoil I.AKU Western E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and priduceiiiubeurt'ort''tui'iUlontftiHb!trrlt'rtoKcnliV' and 600 pznKjatitVLY CURED t'iil)!lali.rH nxv fflV 'lilran. nit acliiilalslilti. lniltati 01 Dimuuvc 1IAI.TJMOUK. used ono package Jntanitjr Prerfnted br H troubles. I ,feel tfiiiouRutlioriaiiilntHll)iuracirtifnldihatteTro!M. PI.OUH- - Pamlrr" 5C0 DR. KLINE'S GREAT cured of all uur irenpiaaiia ciann4iK m.iihi. " 6 00 and amnew woman. mycan dp all kinds NaiioiiallteititonUureaii, Miinruinr. iiick,!; Clnuln2 W l'ourth !.,. B NERVE RESTORER I like a Southern -- Wheat 77 Q, 80. Pmlllre Bjra fnrall .Vrrraua Dlimn.rttM.Kpilrviv, Corn-Mi31 H 31)S of housework and feel stronger than I. SpaimtUHil.lt. Vitni' Ptinoc. No Fluor BIW No. 2nhlte Oats 31!',u 33 firr Hr.i dT' ii.. Treatise and Slttlal bottle fres ever did in my life. I now weigh 131 P quick relief and cui wont . & live No. 2 western to Til patlnta, Iher ntTlnf ciprta cltar(eoalr wfcfa eoi ',boo4 of ttftllimljU and 4 20 (6 4 hO Ktn.l to DR. M.1NK. LM., Htlleruo In.Hluuof CAT't'I.r. Plret pounds. Before using younmedicineli 'caea. afcA'3 suu.aiuaii, va. Jr. II. MMIclot, treution,lfIfl fil UtOUS Western 410 003 Aroh Sum. rilH.AnKI.IMIU, PA.I 4M rntnllll nnlv f)S TlOUndS. ..I . INDIANAPOLIS. MhCH'lNfenY-Irlmedicine for lOOto i.OUO reel. ll "aalalr, Saa rraaclara. Surely it Is ......... oS. 70 Slaafor UrfllbtlOl I I aBtrarrao (, 3:1 Weait woman the grandest nu3i "" j WELL LOOMIS NYMAN, TIFFIN, OHIO. llallUCCITVI,,0"r,",,ocbolirihlpi al Ibo1'allrorala, jj t Corn No, .'mixed C n 1 A T I il II tlalaf rallj r Ilia I'alnrall; t unit latluJInc roar jura1 toaraa, b.ard.taaj. Oats No. 2 mixed. . , CUUllAllUn laz,Ja railway raro.ttlaQpfariiarllaalara. y 2(5 suffering from advice to all who are .. LOUISVU.LK. any female trouble Is to J.rj' It at once f 0kvi ct d : au t, i 3 7.1 C4 4 00 f.nocc IMUlUt. Ail fish fAtti. A. N. K.- -E 171B and be well. Your medicine has 73 fj 80 Dost Cou2h Srrup. Tastes Uood. Via Corn Mixed, .i;,',. 3M ef provon a blessing to me, and I cannot tlmo. boiu dt nrugnitvu Wlir.V WRITINO 10 ADVt&RTISEBS Oats-MiJ , i plenaa atnle that yoa lftW the AicrU0a praise itenough. Mrs. LvctGoodwei, POItIC Mess mo'so mtnt la tbla apor. LAl'.U-btca- vu 5 73 Holly, W.- - Ye j ,JmS. LIVESTOCIC-CaUte.commo- 3,& -- , j ' IS inwf V. "" yllllliaiEiea?. '' "' Mi "n in 3.". Y3Pi- . I ',...! '' ' "U 1 1 UKAIN-Whcat-- No. all-gon- f J-.- ,i fumrm-aagrrmn- Cm. CO, n 'u t 1 1 .1.., OltAIN-Wheat-- No. - xed ilii"v,v 1- llda Nrni 1 'f 'I .; 'i n K I .ii ill GltAIN-WhcatT- i 1 1 l 'it il UltAlN-Wheat-Vp- .rcd xeil . I JsrasMVlMCMtst' aapuwi n. ai" " - t