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Yet another dispatch from Shatter, probably the most important of all, was not made public up to 1 o'clock. It is at great length, COf NTY, KY., FRIDAY, J ULY 8, 1898. NUMBER 43. BTKDASH Cervera fluents to Sneak flway. 'Three oj" His Ships Burned and One Surrenders. Adm. Corvera and Most of the Officers Taken Prisoners. The Spanish Loss Was 330 Killed, Wounded and 1,G00 Captured. 1G0 Our I.o Ml Vi One Killed nml One Wound. Not An Amcrlciii blilp Win Injured Shatter Demand the hurrenclor of Santiago. Wasiiinoton, July 5. Inspiring, glorious news thrilled every avenuo of olliclal life ami stirred every heart in the national capital Monday, making' it indeed a glorious Fourth of July. Word came from Shaftcr, from Samp, son and from Dswcy, 1011111"; of successes already achieved and those near at hand. The wildest and most indecnthusiam greeted Adm. scribable Sampson's dispatch announcing the complete annihilation of Adm. surrender the llect and of ttie admiral himself with l.r.00 Spanish prisoners. Cheer after cheer rang through the corridors of the state, war and navy building'. A surging mass of newsnaper correspondents truirtrled about the bulletin boards nd hundreds Vof' officials and clerics crowded up to hear the stirring news. . Ccr-ver.- marked by merciless precision. The. covering fiveor'slx typewritten sheets two cruisers, both on lire, wero. A Claili With the Juturgents Avoided The Way Now Open for the Anneia- beached not more than of telegraph paper. Briefly, and tlon of the I'hlllpplnei Ajul- its contents were summed up of a mile apart. naldo Acquiesces as follows: nt li The most dramatic feature Gen. Shatter made a demand for the battle was the contest between the surrender of Santiago. This was at torpedo boat destroyers anu tne uiouj Hono Kono, July 5. Adm. Dewey first refused by the Spanish com. can soon take Manila. The Charleston " mander, but the demand was apparent- times and is the ouly American vets and transports arrived here last Thnrs-ly taken under consideration. Gen. set reported damaged. At nrst uioj day, On 'their way over they stopped Shafter's notice was that he would be- Gloucester tired upon tliem wltn lie At Gaum, capturing the Ladrone gin the bombarding of the city Tuesbut they ran past hci islands.. Gen. Marina and the Spanish day unless the surrender was made. and engaged the battleships. Findlnf soldiers were captured and taken to Fearing the awful results of bombard- the firo too hot they turned and at Manila. Tho American flag was hoistment, the representatives of foreign tacked tho Gloucester again until botlf ed over the Ladrone islands. countries at Santiago assembled destroyers wero afire and had to ha" Hong Kono, July 5. It is rumored , , t. ..... i and asked that another day be given iueacucu. ...I that Sandico, head and real brains of ineir crews uirew im-m- ; for the women, children and noucoiu-batant- s selves into the surf to save their lives the Philippine junta, had left for Mato be taken out of the city. It Just before this the New York camjj nila on the steamer Zafirs. is thought, under tho circumstances, ii n .iml iimi.tiil tn ;rivinir the iinish'lri: It is now known that he was sent by that Gen. Shafter would give a reason- blow to the destroyers. K Consul Wildman to remind Gen. Agui-nald- o able time for the removal of the womof his promise to fight with tho There was explosion after explosion en and children. At nil events a period single object of encompassing the vessels. of iuaetlon followed, with the expec- from the beached downfall of Spanish rule and without July a. Adm. Otv Sam-iacio- , tation that the surrender will be niado ulterior project of independence. Tuesday or else that the bombardment vera escaped to the shore In a Consul Williams, as well as Wild-mawill begin. sent by the Gloucester to the assist, feared serious future complicaThe news from Dewey was equally ance of tho Infanta Marie Teresa, amf ' tions owing to the success which n. stirring in character. His oflicial dis- ns $.nnn .. hi tniinhod the beaeh 1k Agulnaldo was obtaining having had patch bore tho Hong Kong date of surrcudcreu lumsMi and nis siuu y the effect of turning the general's July 4, although it came from Cavite ijicuu.uuriuii mill .im.l'u. vu uu tuvui ut head. July 1. It told not only of tho arrival board the Gloucester, which was tho When Sandico arrived at Cavite and of the first expedition, but of the cap- ntiltt Amnrinnli rnKi.l lion r 111.,m fit tll.r imparted his mission to Agulnaldo, , . V ... lit the latter promptly caused his arrest ture of Guan, Ladrone islands, with its lime wiin several oi nis iuiicci-- iuj, garrison of six ofllcers and 54 men, and eluding the captain of tho flagship as a traitor. But on demand of Consul the surrendcrpf the gunboat I.eytc The Spanish admiral who was also, Williams Sandico was released and 'i. wounded in the arm, was taken to tHfe sent to Nanshan. with 52 ofllcers and IU men. ( t Following are the details of the de- fMminnctnH drill ti'nc Vitiini ITitM f 'Williams was backed by Dewey, who gangway by her commander. hieuM championed Sundico's cause and Wild- struction of the Spanish fleet: Three of the Spanish cruisers that Commander Richard Wainwright, wh 'man's policy. A vigorous represcnta- W 2T tlon by the American authorities brought Agulnaldo to terms. He 'acknowledged that he vas wrong and inste'ad of in- promised 'dependent action. The firmness of American otlicials prevented a serious breach nnd has firmly established the policy of annexation. scml-ofllcial- ly ri LADRONJB ISLANDS. Their crews fought with desperate, bravery, but their courage was no. match for tho courace of our men. added to their superb gunnery. Thej The Cliai'lcston' Captures Them and Spanish shell went wild for tho mostj With Troops Arrives at Manila. part, but the American gun tire wasi THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, OR BaccwKcrs t tas Lincoln rational Bank. - """" " V Bjr provlrioH of to charter, depositors are as fully protected a at depositors la National Banks, its shareholders being neld Individually- ' liable to the ezteat of the amount of stock therein at the par valtw thereof Iniadditlon to the amoaat forested in such shares: It may ac as Executor, Adniaistrater, Trasta r Receiver, as aa Individual, J m Condition of the Farmer Bank and Trust Co., Stan ford. Kentucky. December 3i i8q6. RESOURCES: Bills Other Stocks and Bond Overdraft! from Banks. anklnj Zloua and Fixtures NotMBOd Cash B02.fll5.21 1.095.82 4.202.41 46.239.sa 6,400.00 5,59X20 $337,015,00 LIABILITIES: Capital Stock Surplus Fund Individual Deposits Due to Banks J,000,oV 19,430.41 -- , 155.M-J.0- l 12.043.41 1387,043.9 DIRECTORS: J. Williams, Mt. Varnon. J. S. Owsley, Stanford. 3. - n, J. B. Owsley, Stanford. William Gooch, Stanford. 6. H. Shanks, Stanford. S. J. Embry, Stanford. J. F. Cash, Stanford. A. W. Carpenter, Stanford. J. E. Lynn, Stanford. N. Mencfce, Stanford, W. Ef. Cummins, Lincoln County. S. H. SHANKS, President. ... MVWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, an4 they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier J, B. OWSLEY, Caahie W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. fr ft BUSINESS EDU6AT10N Is absolutely necessary to tho younty man or young woman who would win success in life. This being conceded, it la of the first Importance to get your training at the school that atands in tho very front rank the ' s, . . "' -- .m..-- ' ... . m w , f,s'c3,itinrFTSiimeim9u'jatu ibus tliat Jiiiv.iHi!rfliai VJ.'he i..'rt-- . ."i. president and his advisors but faintly tells the sentiments It inspired. Among them and in nil oflicial quarters it was accepted not only as a glorious victorj on the ;iutal day of the republic, but one which dealt such a deadly blow to Spain that., she could not rise again. "To Secretary Navy, Siboney, July :: The fleet under my command offers the nation as a Fourth of July present tho destruction of the whole of Cervcra's fleet. Not one escaped. lcparttnontuut as word passed'along the cry wus tahen up until every hall and corridor echoed with tho Soon tho news cheers qf victory. spread outside and ran to the Fourth of July crowds, until the whole national capital was cheering. To say that glad tidings were welcome to tho n t t2rJ3rWlWrtf4iySt&v . . . . 9mHe9RS&&& wsasaa jl'.w wi hh itnlftCTflTthtt?SH:iireiil(willlpU understand them, nor the local situa- insurgent cabinet Is very anx- Wildman and' Williams vild be in the commission to or- ize autrovlncial irovernment. The Bryant & Stratton Business College, iJop:is"vjx.iJB, icy., - ,rhW&&ri. X BooJcJceeping, Shorthand, TelearariifikistM, 17J It attempted to escape at 0:!!0 a. in., and at 3 p. m. tho last, the Cristobal .Colon, had run ashore 00 miles west, of Santiago and had let down her colors. The Infanta Mario Teresa, Oquendo and Vizcaya were forced ashore, burned and blown up within HO miles of Santiago, the Furor niid Pluton were destroyed yvithln four miles of the port. Loss, one Enemy's killed and two wounded. loss probably several hundred from gun fire, explosions and drowning. About 1,300 prisoners, including Adm. Cervcrn. The man killed was George II. Rills, chief yocnian of the Brooklyn. "SAMI'SOX." Washington, July 5. The following dispatch was received from Commodore Watson Monday night. Pki.aya Dki. Esti:, July a. To the secretary of tho navy, Washington, U. C: At9:S0a.in., today the Spanish squadron, seven In all, including one gunboat came out of Santiago in column and was totally destroyed within an hour, excepting Cristobal Colon, which was chased 45 miles to westward by the commander In chief, surBrooklyn, Oregon and Texas, rendering to Brooklyn, but was beached to prevent sinking. None of our officers or men wcro injured except on board the Brooklyn. Chief Yeoman Ellis was killed and one man wounded. Adm. Cervera, all commanding oftlcors", excepting of Oquendo, about 70 other ofllcers and 1,000 men ais prisoners. About aiiO killed or drowned and 100 wounded, latter being cared for on Solace nnd Olivette. Have just arrived off Santiago on to take charge while commander in ehlof is looking out for Mar-blehea- d Cristobal Colon. (Signed.) Watson. Several of Shafter's dispatches were made public. One of them stated that he had the enemy surrounded on the north and cast. Another stated: "I feel that I am master of the situation, nnd can hold the enemy for any length of thill.'.'' tion. an article entiUkiu.ix, July tled "The United States and Kuropcan Sentiment," the Xationul Zeitung calls attention to the dally increasing unfriendliness of the American people against Germany. The writer main tains that Germany is entirely blame less in this matter, unless to call things by their right name may be regarded as a hostile act. The National Zeitung goes so far us to assert that the war waged by the United States against Spain is not for humanity and justice, but is based on mercenary motives. I believes that the longer the war lasts the more soldiers and ofllcers will bo bred, which will make it an extremely difficult task for the American people to return to that condition of peaceful weal formerly so characteristic of tho CArT. IV. T. SAMPSON. Oontmandtngr North Atlantic Sqnndron United States Navy. republic. Nor will Cuba prove a indemnity for the great loss oi life and property as a result of this were bottled up in Santiago harbor grasped the hand of the gray bearded conflict. and twoorpedo boat destroyers wero admiral and said to him: The need of a great standing array poundedNinto helpless hulks by the "I congratulate you. sir, upon Hav- and a modern navy guns of Adm. Sampson's fleet on Sun- ing made as gnllant a fight as was ever which has been demonstrated in thia day in a vain attempt to escape from witnessed on the sea." war will invest the military elements Lieut. Commander Wainwright then of the republic with great power, caus the harbor. Tho vessels wero beached in a last effort to save as many of the placed his cabin at the disposal of tho ing It to play a leading role In future Spanish officers. lives of the crews as possible. history. At that time the Spanish Hag ship Adm. Cervera, on board the Cristohad ANOTHER VICTORY. bal Colon, headed his fleet in the at- and four other Spanish vessels tempt to get away at about 9:."0 neen aground and burning for two o'clock. So little were tho Americans hours, and the only one of tho escap- Tito More bp.inUh Vessel Deatrorrri bf l'ortion of the American Monciulto expecting the dash thnt the Hag ship ing fleet which could not be seen at Fleet Near Miinzanlllo. was the Christobal Colon. New York was cruising up the coast this point to the east and returned only in time But half a doicit curls of sinolte far Off Santiago ik Cuiia, July a, via to soo the finish of the fight and to down on the western horizon showed Kingston, Jamaica, July 5. On the fire a shot or two at the torpedo boat the fate that was awaiting her. morning of July 1 the Hist, Hornet destroyers. and Wampatuck destroyed a Spanish The Fourth Muiitln i:iirlltl". The Iowa, Indiana, Oregon, MassaSax Francisco, July 5. The imlica-tion- s gunboat near Capo Cm On tho afterchusetts, Texas, Brooklyn and the are that tho fourth expedition to noon of the same day these members converted yacht Gloucester, formerly tho Philippines will be a large of the Mosquito fleet destroyed anthe Corsair, formed in position to give effort other war vessel at Muuzanlllo. At An striking one. battle as soon as the Colon was sighted and the the latter place a hot engagement entake will be to made rounding the wreck of the Merrlinac. bulk of the troops now here. There sued between the three small AmerThe American vessels did" not open has been no date approximated for the ican craft and nlno Spdnlsh vessels fire at once; they waited until sailing of the fourth rlset. Every- supported by land batteries and fleet were out of the range of troops ashore. Morro's guns before giving battle. thing still depends on the transports. One largo Spanish torpedo boat was Wheti a sufficient number of thesq has Cervera headed to the west, tho Colon decided upon a date will proba- disabled, three Spanish gunboats were in the lead, followed by the Vizcaya been seriously Injured and a pontoon full of j and Oquendo and the destroyers all bly be fixed. Spanish troops was sunk, the enemy firing rapidly. Spjr Cm; lit In w York. escaping in boats. The Hornet whs battle ships All of tho American New Yoiik, July 5. A Spaniard, who temporarily disabled,' but the only opened Are at once and the Spanish said he was a Cuban, arrived it La on the American .side wero were soon In a hurricane of shot and Tourainc. His name was withhe dby casualties three men slightly scalded by escaping shell, but tho Colon kept on bravely Commissioner Fitchle. Letters prom till when about ten miles from tho Madrid were found on him, th con-ul- steam. To Attack Spnln. westward of Morro Castle Adm. Cer- tents of wnicli were not maue p1 WAMiixmo.v, July ft. The adminisvera turned his vessel to tho shore and The man was sent from tho bar: u of tration is desirous of beginning tho beached her. She was blazing In a flee to Ellis Island-guardeby oi! eers. scorq of places but her guns kept at bombardment of the important coast cities of Spain us soon ns possible, work and the white Hag never showed Spmilih I.oam U.r.OO Killeii it ml Won't Nkw Youk, July .V A dlspat It to and the events of tho past -- I hours until she was completely dfsabled. The Oquendo and Vizcaya wcro op- the World from' I lull fax, N. S., isiiys: make the project all tho more feasible. posed to tho Iowa, Texas and Indiana, Your correspondent was shown ai able-- y Will all opposition to Sampson's fleet a. removed, Watson will sail ut the earliand went down to defeat with fearful gram Sunday night, reclcved swiftness, covering only nbout halt ItamesI, from' Sautiago, stutind that est moment, and this announcement the distance made by the Colon be- - tho Spaniards' loss was about ViQQ was made by Secretary I.oug with great satisfaction. fore their captains ran them ashore. .killed and wounded...-- . Write foFBeTtlUful bbbtfHTteatinwa'SiisTKa rent positions all over the United States It will be mailed FKEU. .In s. iiwmmmfzs - j- 9EI Druggists and Pharmacists. rV MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS m Mt Vernon, Ky. We carrv Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fanc Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &u Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call for goods usually kept in a s drugstore. first-clas- mi suf-ficle- N J d First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Capital Stock $200,000. Surplus ..52j,100. -- DIRECTORSJ. W. Hayden. K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Reld T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, J. S. Hock.cr and M. J. Miller. We solicit the accounts of the citizens ot Rockcastle and adjoining counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a viet to business relations, respectfully invited. JNO. J. McROBERTSi, Casbien i, S. HOCKE.R, Pres. Cei-ver- a's GO TO ' JONAS McKENZIE For Everytliliiff " ic d Dru Gooas. Giotmna. Boots ana Shoes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at Living Prices. .4 t n vH V), t anaramumemnv Mt.'V.ernon Signal 1898 'ifnrnAY, Jri.v s, D. N. We'ch a commercial man Mrs. Tolm Muirridcre and chil If you are a subsciibcr ui the dren and Mrs. Bob Graves and with a Cincinnati firm, waj, with signal you can get the Weekly children of Covington, spent sever- our Merchants wedncsdavV Louisville Dispatch for so cts. al days last week at Dilliou Man' Commercial, .jo cts. COURT CALENDAR. sion. " Courier Journal. j f i Published every Fiiday by MARET. SUnSpKIPTION-ONVlCAH $I.OO Advertising rates made faiorvu on application ' ANNOUNCEMENTS. ' . t , . , We ore authorised to announce THOMPSON, JOHN as .1 candidate for the reuomination for Representative ' in Cohcjrcss subject to the action of the Democratic party. L'. v We arc authorised to announce James party. J3. Mccreary, t 7 a candidate foi nomination for Wm. Francisco Representative in Conjjrcss'siibje'ct to the action of the Democratic sick for a while. ' Dave Ilcrrin has returned from day in each month. the Camp at Lexington. Hut Dave MonQuahekria' CoUKT.-ilH s he is going back again with day in January, April, Julv and' v Loui Dillion who i now recruiting October. jft' men for S. D, Lewis' company. CincuiT Cuui'T. Second Monday in February, Fourth JMouday Miss Lena Uctitly was the cause in May and Third Mouda'yjiu Sepot an enjoyable evening being spent tember. 9 last Friday at her hospitable home Mt. VbrS'om Polick Cm KT. by giving r' party. Quite a num- lliird Monday 111 each month. ber was present and all report an elegant time. Those present from a NoTjciC All persons mclebted tc distance were Misses Cook and the estate of T. J. Coffey, deceased, Ihown, of Mt. Vernon, Jones and are hereby notified that tuej must Tucker, of Maywood, Smith of settle up at once, or their accounts Somerset, Santcrfleld of Glasgow, will be placed for collection. A. W. Sticwart, AMtn'r. Junct.. Lewis Orndoref ofStauford, and Jones of Buckeve, and Messrs This office has inquiries from a Dilliou of Chicago, Mauwnnee of man who wishes to buya small Milldale. farm not far from town. Persons BRODHEAD. having farms or real estatSfor sale are invited to consult the Kditor of County Court. 'ft Mon- Mt (twice a week) 25 els. Come to sec us. Will tell jcu honest gords at lair prices. Post, Daily,, $1.75 ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOT'lU Cinc:i.;i:iti Inquire 50 cts. ChaUaiouga, Farm & Tradt 25 cts. General DEALERS IN wJL ty VJ. c 11 r , i CorTf01d Main and Church Sts :! MT. VERNON, KY. OEVS3fT3X0BX TOM FERRELL DKALKR rwn.uij IX . WHISKIES' Fine ::'":: WINES. &o $2 &c - Brodhead Warble- Works W. II. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR', u MANUrACTURKR AND DI'Al.l'R ROWLAND, KY. at and II. II. itf Monnumonts and Tomb Stones. REYNOLDS Blacksmith, irSrocllioad, Ky Horseshoeing, all 'round, 60 cents. Everything furnished. Best nails and shoes used. .7-3,,- Mt. Vernon Collegiate-Institute, has been quite this paper. 9 tf. , T t IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. Tilman Gilpin has been sick list for a while. n on the Miller Hous Fall Session Opens Sepember 6, 1898. Democratic County onvcntion. Miss Lillie-Urtois 'visiting friends in Mt. Vernon this week. t f TTTTIt MIMIUS. IlULm AGON MADE BY Academic, Intermediate, and Special Normal L. M. Primary, Departments. The Democratic Committee for Eighth Congressional district, met t Laurenceburgon June 1st and ordered that mass meetings be held at the Court houses in the respective counties of the district on Saturday, July 9th, 1898, at 2 o'clock p. 111., for the purpose of selecting delegates to a district convention to be held at Danville on Tuesday, July 2th at 5 o'clock p. 111. to nominate a candidate for Congress. In compliance with the above, a mass meeting is hereby called for, the time and date above mentioned to be held in the Court house at 1 IIEADQUARTERSJFOR Wm. Pettus has gone to Stan COMMERCIAL MEN. ford for a while and J. R. Cass is here. ESTPorter at all trams. tsa t Rev. Kin Pike filled his appointment at the Methodist church Sunday. H. C. Gentry, Teachers SCROGGS. Principal Work: fbr ARE AS GOOD AS the J. T. Cherry's store., house preTwenty-eigh- t years xperience in Manufacturers sented a very patriotic appearance of Liini! and brick. the business. Horse shoeing a on the 4th. pec ialty. Also gene .' The picnic on the 4th at the They also furnish Lime, Building Adams grove was well attended Stone, either 'quarry face or cut. Richmond Street, Ml. Vernon, Orders promptly filled, i and in every way a success. Ky. black-sinithiu- g. MT. VERNON LIME COM PAN BEST a .Livingston Town Lots Tor In the. most desirable Part of Town near new Depot. Call and see Mt. Vernon. Ky. W. J. Sparks, Chin. Democratic Co. Committee. LIVINGSTON tr"l - V RWAjSparks was in , Mt! Vernon clays. Sunday. Acron Protheroe ot" London is spending a few days with his parents and many friends here. Mr. Egbert Wallen, agent for the Wrought Iron Range Co. is in pur town for a few days recreation. R. S, Martin and his son Hugh, left here Tuesday for Louisville uvhere they will remain for some ' . EVERYBODY LOOK. I am selling the singer Sewing Machine on easy terms and keep all kinds of sewing machine needles oil bands, shuttles, and ever) thing that belongs to a sewingJaiachiue. Will sendueedlesby ihalTf? any I alsocleau and repair all kinds ad-res- 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Business and Dwlleirig Houses. " s. ' ' ; ol machiues. You cairjeijfilnearjcsa vv. M. ever oaturaay. uwecs rHRTH Copyrights "rn '"t'Anttm? k . & Trade Marks Dcsigns Misjjude Owens is visiting in Brodhead. Wl.i Dilliou has L f i t J ft ' o it. year: fourmontbs.fi. Boidbyull newsdealer. Miss Lizzie Heron still remains New York MUNN & Co.3B1BrM Miss Hattie Jones has returned with us in order to enjoy the comrn..cli Offlco. (2S l St.. Washington, V. C to her home at Buckeye. pany of her brothers while they Mrs. John Pope has returned are out from the Masonic home. You may depend upon it that it from a visit in Lincoln. Wm. Fly tin has gone to Jelltco has been done in a scientific manMiss Lucy Baughe of Mershons to take charge of a 'section there. ner and the shoes w III stav on unX roads is the guest of Mi.js Lida William understands his business til worn out. JKSrCASH.f Cook. For the speedy and permanent euro o and will make a good foreman. k tetter, salt vhccui :irt cczeuin, S. Cummins and family ' Mr. W. und tl:!;i Ointment 13 Mr. and Mrs. Turpin who have I J i f!.p?ci tlu itchwlthon: n:. spent Sunday and Monday in BrodA ing ami hi :,i thi" ii'"ii.iil- it.siantly untl been stopping with their daughters head. Its comiivw". it . I'.'.e-I- -. ii Mrs. J. W. Tate and Mrs. A. E cine, if nHo cr.n s ituh. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Pettus were Albright left here for their home snilil 1. ,. ::ip...i F. FRANCISCO, i diiii'' nilcs. chnpp!l .. ehriy.iu &uvo cye3 and in Ciab Orchard the first of the at Hazel Patch. v'y at the JDepotcer-fr:n ulfi oC. ,:.l. week. . Ky. C- ( Messrs John and Eddie Heron, .,"..- - 7.iV.'Tc'3 for &' CO- Dr. ' 01 unicago, was wards of the Masonic Home. Loui'iaiiK.uiiiion. wf,. ' i.iint purifier Good Livery Attached ."101 HPS .n.,lU, Bald by the guest of the family of his uncle isville. Ky., are spending Meet all Trains, Day and Night. iindvt'i.ini.. their vaW. R. Dilliou last week. cation at home this year. The Traveling Men and Railroad; men Solicited. Will fur Mr. and Mrs. Brack Graves were Masonic fraternity here is well nish.lunches on all Trains. in Conway the first of the week pleased with the appearance of the UR GRAND OFFER visiting Mrs. Graves' sister. boys and are proud that they are A jalloa of 1'URC LISSKHD OIL mixed .To keen our trro.-i- f.nrfnir Misses Lizzie Jones and Linda factors in such a noble and generwith it K.illon of aasggpiMQpiecs busy, d:'iu introduce early our splcn- W. A. CAKSOIf; Tucker have returned home after a ous institution. ' did 'Ol uiodclo wc have concluded to visit to Mrs. Russell Dillion. And maltc a marvelous offer direct to tli rider. 4. ORLANDO. For Zo days we will sell samples of our Misses Mattie Williams and May cvc.l 'OS bicyclca at net cost to manufactic Weber were the guests of Mrs. e ture and will ship, C. O. I), on approval ff W. J. Sparks the first of the week. io any aciarcsa on receipt of the nominal & James Drew .vas in town Mon?. Mt. Vernon and Brodhead, sum of i.oo (if v st of Denver, iS). ThisM JxL. 4A day. Miss Willie Smith extended her y &l Kentucky. uupuan 1, .licrciy io enow gooa faith on purchaser's maliei 2 cnllona hi lAlY I i lii'A 1k?V& VWhA visit to Mrs. N visit to Jellico after a UEST PAINT Ir. tlio WOULD fft Our place was very qutet on the 5ll l?-l-i Will be pleased t'd give estimates torSS.Janr part; if you don't want to.bcnd money in advance, send r W. R. Dillion, at Dillion Mansion. Rlorious4th. ' rfldw yoiircxpresaapcnt'sgiiarantyforcharg-e- .ne wa'yand on work. Satisfaction guaranteed. "j&tj:-wfc will pay them the other if you don't want' the wheel. The ladies of the Christian church So'.lie Ball is visiting iriends in CUi'f-gave an ice cream supper at the Clay county this week. niehe!'tBra'Io'emh"dl'lD80Terylnto ImproTO. of your paint bill. Is nn jionc Dtrr.ABt.3 than Ti." SJBRTflNx wrami tiuuo, men imported tubing, floah White Lkii and U Adsolutki." kot roncyon church Monday night. $it, vas llAMsnn I'ahit Hiaidon, tbi limv or Pa:::t Jja joints. improed cranks, arch crown, largo dotnchabl IMPROVED The post office has been moved Kind realized. clNonn. TEntL3-iic- Iiraws, ii r'l Tmcu. rulntor w, anil i sprockets, handsomest finish and decorations. Morcan .t Wrluht vspv irrounil Nn trniildo to mlt to the Johnson store. slliclj ur double tube, hiidi cmdn nnnin PnciGHT nnlck rcualr tires, tiny lmr can di It. It D tho Common Bej,sk ot PBL'PAID. Uocsk I'aint. o liSTTLr. iialnt can bo msdont John Livingston and Jim Tuckinont. Special prlco on sample $29,00. Dr. Childers is doing consideranv cost, and 15 irtatftePiSTOJ3K37ISftS T?Tlli!c.tvl' er, of Lincoln, were the guests of a able practice in this country. ssfiair--J3SfiA 8rondI(1 macWno Zllacr high 1na" nny for BerT'co and easy running. BcstlH Inch COSS?3C n tmfi 7.1 ana EewiiiR .l 1 5fti Mri. Russell Dillion the first of 1.. Boamloes tnbing, two ploco cranks, arch crown, dotachablo sproctv.,' i, tulf aKtcrJ iinewiiM J. S. Laugford has opened a 4Mm mFwy,w! iJyi&iJnU attneb umoiiuu iu uukuiuicu, iuurenu wrignt, qnioK ropair tires, eingio or uonuio tnbo, the week. HmAfri Tim r. hlch grado oqulpmont. Our epecial eamplo prlco ot to CnAci, llLnrcn, Peel or Cmp. $24.00 giocery store in the Hundley ranted jo ears. If P. KAMMAR PAIMT CO., St. LOUla, Mo wwwwwwuw Mrs. Jo J. Coffey and Walter pioperty. michlncunottat. medium grado for 18D3. 1' i inch tnbing, striped mid decorated, arch M Jslaclory njodays Sold and cuarnntoad by KL,0WuTKE crown, I ilgi bearings, ball retainers, best Indiana or Nov II money v II he re. Saunders attended the burial of Rockcastle Stone ii M. C, & D. N. Williams. lu.iileil. I endcah Co. has susllrunswick tiros, utnndurd equipment. Special prlco on tnmplo 19.00, i er. j)& Mrs. W. T. Saunders at Crab OrMt, Vernon, Ky. pended work at this place for a JT'&UK. ftscrintlve circular NOTE. Choice of Color, Style, Height of Frame, Gear, etc. Fully Guaranteed. nnn'.lci chard Sunday. few weeks. I ,6nrEr'sf11 ot tlio nppenranco and ouallty of thnao wlicch. lion. wait, ordor VMiVVIMIC lVl'K'O CO., xsi .... mi ""J f olllnc for us. Wo glvo our operts choico ofsoon, ion can Don't otliifr sampfo ,'"?""' mucii niKiior cash, tho freo mnKo a money Aecnt, Miss Maynie Ballard has re3C0 FOUHTH AVC. use f UOUISVIlJuC. KY. VAVPreaching by Rev. Williams at wliool, or gilt ota wheel, nccordiugto work dono. t V K turned to her home on Big Hill, Laugford last Sunday was wcllat-tendees after a protracted visit to het aunt, from this place. l.nvtA vinmliAvn rQ ..1 n.1.1 ti ,...u,u uu.uu. . v. ihi uuu wi iuuiihi wueeia oi various mnKcs ana Mrs. W. R. D'lliou. itjies, 12.00 i $10.00. it) Some young men of this place TO CUKK A CCJ.JJ IN ONIi DAY f Ol f J I Iff i vSall'i .mfleriii'; froji. j took und Al':i usen, moacrn 1 ypes, Take Laxative Hroino Quinine Tai attack wiiccis aiigniiy $i5.00 to $12.00. lets. All drugKi-- i relinid money L'jk&u liiuwu liave returned to of Patriotism, But they are defi- Onr business nnd rspntttlon are known throughout tho country. Heferencs nnv of it ltfails tociut Kr sale by M their home in jMr. Vernon after a cient in the one thing needed oxpreaocoiDpanlos.orcnylwpk Jn!Mct'o. Art Catalogue free. Socurongency ttonce. th ' U. &. U. JS. vwit to Miss Lida Cook. nerve. & druggists; qct 6,6111 w v Lexington. returned from Mt. Tilfrey, Several people from here went crao urcnara wlien the news came that the darky had killed 10 Mt Vernon Ky ndlnu n sVeMi ami (lcserlj)dria may qnlckljr nsccrtnln our opinion frco wlicllior an tlons RtrlcUyconndr.tlsU Handbook rn Patents ecnt free. Oldest neenry for eocunnirpatents. I'nteiits taken throusli ilunn X Co. rccclvo tprclal notice, without chiircc, In tbo &c. Wm.. FIELDS When Your Horpe Is Shod By scientific THO'S TAYLOf?' A hfindomo!y Ulustrntcd weekly. rotation of nnjr eclcntltln Journal. fltnemari. Loreest elf. Tcmia, $s a Blacksmith, GREEN FRONT rug Store, sin .diseases. Cliam-berlaiu'n F-- Drugs, Hotel Frith Propr-Located I Medicines, TOBACCO m Groceries ui-h- . AND CIGARS DAVIS Cheap, Cheaper, C. Cheapest. Brodliead, - -.. ffjr f Painter Paper Hanger, f 100 m, . -- YPUtiin mw ' JFW m M m I . WVt&oUrf 13 i two-ploe- o 11 mm IWI wmwmifAmts m y.iCT-V3.J!- 1.. I I .i duHt-pro- d t- - c ol-vli- Subscribe fomthe SIGNAL ,00 a year Do You Want Cheap Wheels,f XX? 1 C(U Cfi1 1 eompulittloehop-wora.butallno- tit w w . -- .ns. , n i The J...LiJ!Aea& Cycle Co., Chicago. t. t iSWt:?".: ' JT ,'h- - til t "V t-- a. i Y. sp . fI" i "2 i Si. ' V-- Mi D. Fellow citizens of Rockcastle P. A. Pennington, U. J. Fish was visiting his father camp reached We county: Do you want to buy or sell a DEflTST, Wednesday in good style, and as Suuday last. Rockcastle farm, timber land, tcAvn nt sec tottrtdot the Jit. Vern,.i, Ky Sts., seldom fed hougry as nuU matter Nole P. Orson was up from Silver N W Cor. Third and Chestnut lots, business houses or dwellings? LOUISVlLtE.' KY. ' bears, but lived till dinner on the Creek Saturday. Address, Signal, Mt. Vernon,' Ky hope of getting the suppei that was Wantkd. At once, one fotu horse The Picnic was well represented promised us by B. J. Betliurum. or mule team and wagon to haul from this place the 4th. ii. i,ivhsay, The following arc the personals: logs. Address, H. Blazer & Co., Cass ik Livhsay. SURVEYJ5RBee Mullics was in luck as usual, B. C. Richardson and C. A. Kel-toWildie. Ky., or Signal office, Mt. with three fine Sunday. were in Wildie Halp Fark to Buffalo N.Y. & re and come into camp , Vernon, Ky. LOUItVILLC & NASHVILLE Ft R.CO. School will begin at Wildie July turn. On July 11 12 & 13 all roads frying size chicke'ua. Poor old Alsor all Ageut for the best The infant of Mr. and Mrs. R. will sell tickets via CH&D Ry wounded "Tush" after taking re- 18th. .Mr. Lewellyn teacher. ' ,? Tailors in the world-& N. LOCAL TIME CARD. II. Levisay died last Friday anil good return'g July 19; by requesting freshments at the camp, layed down L Mr. Emerine of Estill was at W. one cem- can be exteuded Day Mail North., untill Aug 3rd. in the hot sun and thougut for ":39 m was buried in the Presbyterian Satuaday and Sunday. DRS. G. B1. & J. H. LAWRENCE The coffin was Partids desireing can go by boat solid hour of his loving little bloss- H. Fish's Day Mail Soutli .. 2:22 p 01 etery Saturday. W. T. Anderson, section foreNight Ex. North from Toledo, rel'n.g by rail or om, and then he got up and shot 1:34a i" cairied to grave by little girls. Creek, was in our and Night Ex. South 1:48 am Miss Sallie Linton, a pretty and vice versa. Can visit Niagara Falls for home singing ''There will be a man at Brush Any information cheerfully hot time in old Mt. Vernon when town the 4th. gitl, accom- enroute. captivating.Louisville J. A. Landrum, Agent. W. H, Fish and E. C. Metiefee panied by her amiable cousin, Miss furnished by W. W. Peim T. P. A I leave again.'" The camp has arat residence (Rice Ry., Junction City Ky. rived to the conclusion that Lieut, were in Estill county last week vis property) opposite the Southeast :Mary Fox, is visiting the families CH&D churches. Lewis sticks to them like court iting relatives. corner of Court yard. ofR. A, and P. T.Welsh. t&, Here's your chance. Read Christian Holds services 1st A 3rl Sunday only follow him KY. comply plaster, andif we S7-W. H. Jones went to Madison MT. VERNON, at It n. m. nml nt 0:80 p. to Mrs. Cleo Biown's the following puzzle and Louis we will wear diamonds. wherjjou can buy hats from now with its directions and we will send Dilliou lost his pipe and he has a Saturday to attend the funeral of C. C. WILLIAMS, his grandfather Bauer. until August the 1st at cost. Sail- you the Signal one year. "Rallod Baptist 'Church Services on the Second for every man 111 the euo sit dues. . Ti yap rcpap siht search warrant Give her a call Sunday ors Sunday. 25cts and Saturday night Mrs O. W. Turpin of Laurel Co. Aottrney-at-Lacamp, twasn't nothin but an old ' School nt 0 a in every Sunday. Prayer cwo uoy fi." We are willing to 43-Mt. Vernon, Ky. Yesterday at din- was visiting her son Bnb, at Wards meeting on Tuesday nights. Itev. J 0 Car away 500 yearly .subscriptions cob pipe either. JBSSI am now loca cd in the Jack give pastor. called for a lew days last week. mlcal, was of people provided ner the ambulance BSuOffice on 2nd floor of new Adams stand on the corner where to that number Jno. Gentry who was lying up in Miss Minue and Bessie Fish have brick on Church street. Special each of them unravels the puzzle cheaper than any I am selling camp stretched out with a just returned after several days attention given to collections. and follows the directions therein. the Holds services on the 1th body in town. Presbyterian whole quarter of beef lodged in visit to friends and relatives in 8unday S. W. Prkwitt Albert, the one year old son of his throat and if dyery jail was Estill county. G. W. McCLURE, ' Jonas McKenzie, was fatally burned lined with Lexingtcjn beef steak MASONIC. W. J. Newcomb sold out his afternoon, by his clothes there would't be aily danger of a No. GIO meets 2rd Mon- interest in rock quarry ,to Tamee Tuesday Aihl.iiid Loil Hnih Miller is now agent for catching fire, supposed tc have prisoner escaping John Poynter the Standard sewing machine, one day 10 A in. I. White mid will return to GalMt. Vkknon, Ky. ', ' pound him been done lrom a match while has one of veston and resume his old position ot the best on the market. Go and All business entrusted to my care every niorn- playing around on the floor. His with a billet of with the Saute Fe railroad. tf will Receive prompt' ' attention. see its won:. OTHERWISE. LOCAL enough to nurse had left the child but a short ing to see if he is s York For Sali:. The Rock-hav- e Hay. No. 1 Timothy baled hay for Office on Second floor, of new, brick when she heard its screams pass the examinati time shire marc, 16 hands high, good a jolly sale. Orders filledprouiptly by A, on Church street. It was terriblv burned about the ca.stle county in saddler. Also one colt. Will sell waist and breast. The Doctors ad- time chasing and I blanketing the H Baston, Crab Orchad. Write iii J. K. McClary was at the picnic. together on separately. Reasontf R. G.WILLIAMS, ministered opiates to relieve the dark coraplectioned gentlemen of for prices. Adams Grove picnic was a suc- able price, John RomjitTs, little one's sufferings. It lingered Lexington. Will Williams still Brodhead; Ky. For Sale. A No. 1 pair mare cess. 4231 until 2 o'clock next morning. The gives us the signal of danger from mules, t yea-i- old 15 high, W,ork MT. VERNON. KY. Houk & Sou will give a ticket to burial occured Wednesday at the his wooly pate. Smith Ping sits W. C. Johnson was in Irom Cliwell. Wiite to or call on J. K. Mc ' of Baker burial grounds. every purchaser ot $1. worth max yesterday. on the curbing and wishes he had tf Clarv Mt. Vernon Ky. a drink out ot the spout spring. Crab goods. When 250 tickets are givDr. Doores .was up from The Adams grove picnic was a en out a gold watch will be awardOrchard Tuesday. The beautiful A boy from Capt. Frisbee's comgrand success. Bad management keeps m6re ed to lucky holder of ticket, shoes grounds were crowded with hun- pany was caught stealing people in poor circumstances than R. 12. Thompson and wife are Aman calling himself G. W. dreds of visitors who enjoyed the from our Captain's tent, the Mt. any other one cause, To be sucout from Garrard. Miller sold seven cars of cattle in occasion to the fullest extent. Pa- Vernon boys smelt blood and imlook uhead so that PRACTICAL The telephone was quite an at- Louisville last week. Detectives triotic addresses were made bj Ira mediately wanted to mob him. cessful one must when a favorable opportunity preEMBALMER traction at the picnic. traced the cattle from an Arkansas M. Boswell, Edgar S. Albright and LoUis Dillionhastheknock down lor sents itself he is ready to take adSTANFORD, KY. and the majorKrueger and sons will fire their ranch from which 1.300 head have B. J.Bethurum. The Mt. Vernon Second Lieutenant, vantage of it. A little forethoutght Stock Complete. Telegraph OrdTommy Thomp rlAlIr.lttft.1 ttlMClr" ity in his favor. L.....4 l..!r.1.f1 been stolen in last three months. limekiln in a few days. UUIIU lUllllilucu, uvi.Rmiui "ty,JJ. will also save expense and valuable ers a Specialty. been called down for chief Reward. The Crab Orchard, There was p'euty of everything son lias "It is likely that' Lieut! S. D. Lew- time. A prudent and careful man his first Stanford and Mt. Vernon Teje- good to eat and,water, lemonade, cook and is now cettinc is will be made a Captain. will keep a bottle of Chamblain's DR. A. G. LOVELL, 'Rlm' began to'WWquare,ical since he lelt Mt. Ver- Cohc, Cholera and .Diarrhoea phone uompany will pay 525 re- - tc. T. JCrcss has moved to Ino, up later 11011. luesaav niuut at mr iut. Remedy in the house, the shiltless ward for arrest and conviction of 1 11 o clock but cleard Physician andv Surgeon, asked for where fie will teach school. any person who cuts the wires or when the general exercises were Vernon C. H. some one will wait until necessity .fellow MT VERNON. rY those to hold up their hands that T. B. Lair and wife weie up otherwise destroys the property of lesumed acd carried out. compels it and ruin his horse, goOflico.North Mile Alain street would bring home the greatest fiom Livingston for the 4th. said company. ing for a doctor and havci a big number of Spanish scalps: Smith bill to pay besides; one pays out .. .rtlff ' 1. 11 l.na. C Knln 25 The Brodhead Fair offers $3 for Ping held up his hand to bring cents, the other is our. a hundred Bastin Crab Orchard. - best bushel of wheat. $3 for best by A. H, back t'vo mere scalps than anyone dollars aud tnen wonders why hjs Mrs. James Moore of Madison, 25 ears corn, either color. $6 for else; but the other day when neighbor i.s getting richer he is display of vegetables. $6 for is visiting relatives in this county. best by the guards he he slipped getting poorer. No entrance best display of fruits. felt to see if his own was safe. BSrComc in and settle your ac- fee on the.se exhibits, to be shown Eorsale by M.C. & D. N, WilStanding before my tent I looked Pays for the S. W. Prewitt.. liams. count. on first day. at the flag that flies above oui Cap ' Tony Brooks and O. W. Turpin Wantkd.--T- o trade a farm to a tains tent and thought; that if our tiEEmkmxnwTW!mmimwjm Twicea-Wee- k were out from Ilpzel Patch Men aw mill of from 20 to 25 horse kind and loving ladies at home day. power in good repair. Farm locacould see the tauered condition of the glorious emblem of our noble George Ferguson and Squire ted seven miles south Mt. Vernon SUFFERING. at once set to 11111911, tliey would have joined Colson's regi- Good land plenty of fine t'mber on Bryant ONE WHOLE YEAR. it. Good crop on it. Apply to or work and make us one that would ment. '"Thousands of write J. W. Marler Mt. Vernon more suitably represent our coun106 six or eight page papers sent women are The coil ncil has passed an ordi- Ky. ' Postpaid by mail. troubled at The people of Rockcastle try. playing on Almost nance i'orbiding maible monthly interbe proud of their county should vals with paiu3 the streets. Wantkd. Bids for furnishing iu the head, boys for they have the name of back, brcast3, children 300 telephone poles between Mt. Mrs. W. T. Srarks and being the most orderly company at shoulders, sides hip? and limbs. leturned to Livingston Tuesday Vernon and Livingston. To be 20 Camp Corbiu. Every one is paCourier-JournThe IJut they need feet long, 5 inches at top, chesnut afternoon. tiently awaiting our time for examnot suffer. has the finest war news service distributed along the peeled, and ' These pains are symptoms of ination; which is not very hard for W. G. Adams will have another of any paper in the Soutli or West. line over the county road. dangerous derangements that some of the boys passed on 109 lbs. picnic at his grove early in August. The mencan be corrected. It is a reliable, accurate, Sec'y, A. E. Albright, strual fuuctiou should operate is the glorious fourth, the Watch for the date, All other issues have K Ky, Brodhead painlessly. day that liberty first stirred the Pt everybody from this place been subordinated to this one great Nearly M?EL5?EE'5 &1ZT Mr.. P. Kctcham of Pike City hearts of our forefathers and for f a tai ffl H H feature. Subscribe at once and went to Adams Grove picnic to cel- Cal., says: " During my brother's L which rivers of blood have flown , keep thoroughy posted. The oflfer independence clay. ebrate latfisiokness from sciatic rhuniatsni to uphold and defend our sacred aalillliipii may be withdrawn in a short time. makes menstruation paiules3, The hofc ofdinance lis causing fihamberlains Pain Balm was the rights as free and independent citiand regular. It puts the deliThe low price, mHdiutursft Wfrrmcrttr. rtiPiqaCquite a howl. The council at its only remedy that gave him any re;tyi 1 ' :iz. rnKYTinvmB" cate menstrual orgatn in condizens of the United States, and tomeeting refused to abrogate it. lief." tion to do their work properly. last Many others have testified - Above we give cuts of the Bower day the rain fell in buckets full A And that stops all this pain. telephone company are con-- , to the prompt relief from pain Gate Latch, an invention of Messis characteristic of the tears shed for Why will any woman suffer The is for the4 pjirnose of placing a great month after mouth when Wine templating the bnilding lines of which this liniment affords. "For Ortts and George- Bower, citizens the gallant men that have .shed of Cardui yill relieve her? It newspaper tw'ice' a week, within M. C. &. D. N. Williams. of this county. They se:ured a their best blood lor our country, costs Jr.oo at the drug store. their own to Laucaster and. Dan- sale-bthe reach of the masses. .A good Why don't you get a bottle Mt. .Vernon Ky. ville. prUentOct. 12 1S07. The latch is Grorge Griffin was in camp yescommission ' to agents. j Sample lJor advice, in cases requiring election w.ll seriously afflicted with a pronounced the best ever made for terday and the boys begged him I was The next town copies free. ;Writeto special directions, nddress, givcan" coucrh for several years and last preventing the sag in gtues. No out of a large silver dollar. Three COURIER-JOURNAlikely have hog and anti-ho- g ing symptoms, "The Ladies' CO., gentle Advisory Department," The dic'ates, then the marble players fall hsd a more severe cough than stock opens a gate on which this cheers for the Louisville, Ky. Chatanooga Medicine Co., Billy Simpson disturbes before. I have used many remedies latch i placed and a roguish hog man!!! may put a candidate in the field. Chattanooga, Tcuu. when tiymg 10 the whole camp at night with his without ieceiving much reliet and just "atnt in it" By a special 'arrangement you V.n. ROZENA LEWIS. Joe Tilfrpy was shot aiid killed being recommended to try a bottle root through. The Bovcr Latch doleful howling ot "Home sweet cl Ocnavllle, Texas, ttyti can gee the " v;as troubled rt monthly Intervale by Bob Stephenson, a negro, at wllh tcrrlblo paint In my head and back, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Co , of Brodhead rre placing the Home.'1 Two more of our bloodon 4th. The negro of bLl havo been entirely relieved by Wlno MT. VERNON SIGNAL, Crab Orchard cl Cardul." by a friend, who, kuowing me to invention on market and are sel- thirsty Spanish scalpers Henry mobbed. narrowly escaped being disand the he a poor widow, gave it to me, I ling hundreds, beside .selling terri- Idol nnd Sam Tanksley, have from can. p. John Genappeared Four more recruits left here tried it, nud witli the most grati- tory and farm rights. Twice Cornier Tournal try as he went to his post last Friday to join S. D. Lewis' com- fying re&uits. The first bottle reBothloue Year for Only. night, found the guard asleep; after ;7C2E25!ffiEZBSE BX223Xa pany nt Lexington. They are ar- lieved me very much ant the secnuDvn Cl nvr.inrntrmtf W waking him up and telling him ranging to have a full company ond bottle hasabsolutcty cured me. FILC till UMlUi U thing he was what a dishonorable n Louis Dilliou, I have not had a'i good health for 'li"irntct from Rockcastle. , 0 ki '!, I' I" For Infants and Children. guilty of, he sent him to the guard T ir. '" .itnry S t .r t t tit i.r j; , Smith Ping and others came back twenty years. Respectfully, Mrs The Kind You Have Always Bought houic and went on duty in his . lUul .t.i r IUI. ami for cash subscriptions , This is No utrri al oj n.in riinlrt.il. stead, and in fifteen minutes was r wiilcrli. from Lexington Suuday, and re- Mauy A. Bkad, Cleremore, Ark. vii rht jftdlo only. All subscriptions under this Dal) got i ' WHI suoreing peacefully. t. lumed with a good number of re- For sale by ,M. C. & D. N. combination offer must be sent M ROCKCASTI.K VOLUNTJUJKS. til Signature cf ' cruits. t "jsM .tjirpugh the Signal office. Williams., . D.-S- dMc, Mt Vernon' Signal. Side meatgroceries Canvas hams All at actual cost. 9c. S. W. Mt. Vernon. Ky oda-cl- July Prkwitt. S, i8q8 c mm 111. -- We wish to return our many thanks to our friends lor their kindness shown uS in the sickness and death of our baby. And especially to the little girls who bore its remains to iis last resting place, also to Rev. Catmical lor the beautiful little talk which he delivered at the church in his pleasant way. Camp . Coriun, Lexington, Ky. Tuly, 3rd, 1898; - WILDIE. Professional Carcl3. forty-eleve- n r. S7 N. -- Davis ,; Ky. . n Mt. Venon, PHY35CIANS JftS-Office , SURGEONS, w, 3t- - AttOrriey atL;av, 0 Five-year'-ol- d tirtH. Attorney atLaw, s J. C. McClary UNDERTAKER. - TLT fr 'WW MONTHLY CburierJournal , , in i 1 1 I A Daily Record of War Npws, Twice-a-week al inco'ra-parabl- To-da- e. o wm to-da- K 1 -- 50c ,YEAR, - L open-hearte- d ( I c nm I , i V I 1 tO i i rt. i . wrv .11 1. fc , cm $125 W t IL-.l- l CZCi' mv It I 1 r 1 Have SHAFTER'S LIST. Urn. Rhafter Wins to the War Dcpatt. merit the Namni of OflKerj Killed and Wounded at Suutlugo. ' SHE GOT JACK ' aJoB. nl DIDN'T aldop. Said a Jolly man or 40, of almost manic rotundity, "since takliiff Hooil' tjarsaparilhi." What lie meant was tliot this Brand diffcstivc tonic hod so com. plctcly cured nil distress and disaBrccablo dyspeptic symptoms tliat he lived, ato and slept in comfort. You may be put into this delightful condition if you will tako o Stomach The Xnlvcle of the YoungrAVIfe Soft encd the Ilcnrt of the Ilall-roMnnnsrer.S Two University of Chicago students, of Hood's Sarsaparilla Medicine. America's Greatest A SllRlit MlNuntl6rn(andlnK. Mr. Guyer- - T suppose you ride a wheel, iMi Antiiiuatc? cs, indeed; I completed Mivi Aiitiqiutc iiiv lirs.t century ycstci day. You don't look it, I'm sure. ''Itcillv? Kiiend they wcie, but stmngers now. Chicago Evening News. July 5. .Washington: Adjutant General Camp NKAit Santiago, July . is a partial list of officers killed: Vlkoff, CoL Charles A.,22d infantry. Hamilton. Lieut. Col. John M., 9th cavalry. Smith, Lieut. V. II., 10th cavalry. For.sce, Maj., 1st cavalry. O'Neill, Cupt., 1st Volunteer cavalry. Michle, Lieut., son of Professor Ka-rr:, 1'i.ay'a ni:i. U. S. A, both almost penniless, but one blessed with more than, an ordinnryfnllnwance good-look- Michic. Ord, Lieut, Jules. 6th infantry. Shipp. Lieut. 'William 12., 10th wounded: cav- alry. Following is a partial list of officers Patterson, Lieut infantry. Col. Aloliitltmn of t,ave. Dcwcy begun, iKimbordiiiB at Manila nt five a. in., ami Sampson and Schley did a little job of the Name sort the other day, at three a. m. Spain is understood to intend tiling a protest against these rank violations of the eight-hou- r - John II., 23d Carrol, Lieut. Col. Henry, command- labor law. Albany Argus. Hcnuty- 1Vii Profitable. Pretty CashierYon must give me a holiday to lecruit my health. My beauty is to fade. Manager Why do you thinlc m? "The men arc beginning to count change." Pearson's Weekly. their stations to Niagara Falls, via Cleveland and .the elegant Steamer City of Krie or City of Buffalo of the Cleveland & Buffalo Iransit Co. The round trip rate to Niagara l'allc will be ?(i.00 from Columbus aim Zanesyille. S.j.OO from Ml. A'cmon, $1.00 from Millers-bur$3.00 from Akron and proportionately 1 rain low rates from intermediate stations. Zancs-vill- e will leave Columbus 11:30 a. m. and day, making fast 12:00 noon of that time, l'or full information as to limits of tickets, trips bcrond Niagara Palls and all company, detail", apply to' any agent-otthi. orC r. WAl.ii, vieiiciai i .iliiKli ngi-ii,,s On Wednesday, July 20th, the Cleveland, a ;ron &, Columbus K'y will run an excursion f loin Colmnbus, Hancsvillo ami intermediate ing, 1st brigade, cavalry division. Wcssels, Maj. Henry V., Cd cavalry. lllocksom, Augustus P., 0th cavalry.' Kerr, Capt. John II., Cth cavalry. Hunter, Capt George K., Sd cavalry. Dodd, Capt. George A., 3d cavalry. Taylor, Capt Charles W., ."d cavalry. McCoy, Lieut. Frank It., 10th cavalry. Iiaskilcll, Lieut, 1st volunteer cavalry. Wood, Lieut. Winthrop S., adjutant 9th cavalry. Haskell, Lieut, 1st volunteer cavalry. Mills, Lieut. A. L., 1st cavalry, Meyer, Lieut. Orln IS., 3d cavalry. Thayer, Lieut. Arthur, Bd cavalry. Short, Lieut Walter C, Cth cavalry. Hodman, Capt John IS., 20th infan- trv- aiiAFTEn, -- iiiajor ucncrai. . . see him play footIt is reported at Ft Thomas, Ky., nnd you should just wife, impulsively. a The window above suddenly opened and engraving of the large, ball," continued the was dropped from within that a telegram has been received lpguardson There has been so many "Oh. I can readily believe th'at, but, battleship Maine nn the head. ami fell mpiarely of those Cuban cables. being cut when from Lieut. Ord saying that ho took you see, we require more." "Oh, we remember all right," shouted n they haven't been cut at all that don't tako no part in the engagement at Santihoarse voire from above. "Then you can't lake him?" nv more stock in stories of that kind. wily little Cupid, and the upshot of it nil was thnt in spite of the stern rules of the university in regard to that sort of thing they were married." For a To Care a Cold In One War, tituo all went well. Uoth had saved ferior beings. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All Hall's Catnrrli Cure druggist refund money if it failstocure. 2jc something out of their allowances, and Col. Koch was visited by a former school Is taken Internally. Price 75c. the first few weeks were passed bliss- principal, who appeared to have the makeCivility costs nothing and buys everydesirable fully. But finally the pinches of pov- up of aand walked recruit. He was tall and llewarc of him who hates the laughing of thing. Lady Mary Montague. with firm militnrvstep. erty began to be felt, and one morning broad,8jr,nser proved toa be a native of the a child. Lavatcr. xvhile sitting In their little furnished United State and well posted on the con.aunmnmi flat far out on the South side the sub- stitution of the nation. In accordance with WW ?wswwTw m 1 m ajlaajumui a his custom. Col. WWllJliJ&W-M-tMJject of providing for the future came manifold duties Koch explained some of the of the soldier. The appliup. cant was told that he might be called on any All that day they thoughtit over. and time to tear up a fence, build a fire, clean a horse or carry water. These menial chores early the next, morning, she radiant in did not accord with fetching toilet, they started out on their ception of the man ofthe professor's preconwar. was journey. The first place they tried I am accustomed to command," said the principal. "Why not make me a captain?" n railway office. The husband sent in pt.; h.och his card to the general manager and the caller. He did not stop to reason with signaled to Capt. ,Ione, who was soon ushered into the presence of understood the situation, and who presented the official, the wife following. There himself as the medical examiner. What s the color of that card in the end was no delay in the matter. The husIs your Iron dry, harsh, and brittle? Is it fading or the room?" band quickly stated the errand upon of .That s pale the captain demanded. blue," replied the stranger. turning gray? Afe it falling out? Does dandruff troublo which he had come. When asked about ro, it isn't. It's a light green. I'm afraid his qualifications for employment in you re color blind. In spite of your manv you? For any or all of these conditions there is an infallible qualifications to command, we could not dethe railway service he was compelled pend upon you to distinguish a Spanish morremedy in DnjyWs Hair Vigor. to answer that he was painfully;lacking tar battery from a sesquipedialian. We're sorry, but can't use you under any circumIn experience. At this the official anChicago Chronicle. "For years, I was troubled with dandruff, largo dates swered that he was, sorry, butihe could stances. scaling and falling off, causing great annoyance. Sometimes do nothing for him, and turncd'ngnin to A disc of Memory. the itching of the scalp was almost unendurable. Prescriphis desk. t The seron.ulcr stopped beneath the wintions from eminent physicians, put up in my own drugstore inislung his guitar and touched it Rising quickly from her chair, ths dow. He were tried, but failed to afford relief. At length I used Dr. strings softly and lovingly. Then he looked wife advanced to the desk of Mie official Ayer" Hair Vigor, and in one week I found it helped me. garden anil shadows of about the nnd broke out with: "You don't mean along the dark of fence thatthemarked the At the end of only two weeks, my head was entirely line to say that you are not going to give street end of the handsome premises , free from dandruff, and as clean as a child's. I heartily Nothing was in sight. recommend Dr. AVer's Hair Vigor to all who are suffering ' Jack a plncc?" Looking again at the window, the youth from diseases of the scalp." Edwin Nordstuom, Drugs, etc, The general manager said: "Yes, ran his fingers swiftly across the strings, Sacred Heart, Minn. just what f am afraid Ismust do. and then, lilting up his head and opening his that's You see, he isn't qualified for anything mouth until the moonlight glittered on his teeth, he began in a shrill tenor: in our service." "Oh, don't you remember " "Rut he was always bright in classes, Hut he got no further. e g were ensnared by the If the United States and "Kugland should form Dumptlona Dominic Who AYna n would an alliance, the combined strength be so great that there would be little Trifle OS In UlMtluKuUh- chance for enemies to overcome us. In a like Ingr Color. manner, when men and women kecji up their bodily strength with Hostetter's Stomach Out of every 50 voung men who want to Hitters, there is little chance of attacks from volunteer at the different recruiting sta- disease. The old time remedy enriches the tions in the downtown district it is esti- bloo? builds up the muscles, stendiestho nerves and increases the appetite. Try it. mated that at least 15 stipulate that shall be the price of their sacrifice. Some of these would-bA Cootl ISxniuplr. officers are eventually convinced that as much glory She Did you ever see any rapid firing? can bo gained in tho file as in the rani; of He Yes; I was in Washington when the the amy, but the majority go away insist-in- Spanish minister and attaches were sent that they were constituted for com- home. Chicago Tiibunc. mand and could not brook the orders of in- KKOW LIGHT GREEN. Proposed Alliance wllh EnIntf. It in a deliciojs appetizing called Grain-O- . nourishing food drink to take the place 0 coffee. Sold by all grocers and hked by all who have used it, because when properly prepared it tastes like the finest coffee but i free from all its injurious properties Orain-aids digestion and strengthens the nerves. It is not a stimulant but a heaitn builder, and children, as well as adults, can -drink it with great benefit. Costs about J much as coffee. 15 and 25c. Kcarlv every man has a grievance, and vnu wilt find it out if you touch lum right. Vnshington (la.) Democrat. Give the CHJIflren a nrtntt flair stints u$e Ayer's Iiiipoajllilc to Doubt. I Hair Vigor SHOOT heavily-frame- d ts m ITinrVfiririrrpiM & Atom Yes, but it's true this time. The new.--, about the last cable that was cut carao over the cable itself. Chicago Tribune. In IlpnUh Worth Ton OntHf Man suffers many mysterious ailments of from unknown causes, and them have their origin in the digestive canal It does any person good to snmcwheie. dean out tin's canal occasionally in a rational wav. provided it is not done in a violent manner. The proper cleansing and rjiHnii in Cascarets Candv Ca thartic, which are very gentle, but nt the same time thoroughly effective. A 10c box will purify the whole system and in most remove the cause of ill health. When "feeling bad" take Cascarets. They will da you good, anu can uo you no narni. nine-tenth- s disin-fcr,iiirr ca-.es v A Symbol oC Stnrvntlon. "Won't tlicv let you stop at our boarding lioiii-- c anv mdir?" naked the Circassian. :...,..,.,..l 4l,o ;..;.i it ix "It isn't mv fault, cither. The last time T was there one of the boarders told the landlady of her break 1 looked like he felt after-onfasts. Detroit tree I'ress. 1 iH Jf' shoes. At A powdcr'tolic'R.i'alten'ittto'thc this season vour feet feel swollen, nervous and hot, and gel tired easily. If you have smarting feet or light shoes, try Allen s Foot-KasIt cools the feet and makes walking easy. Cures swollen and sweating feet, blisters and callousspots. Relievcscornsand. bunions of all painandgivesrestandcomfort. Bold by all druggists and shoo Try It sto'res for 2,"c. Tiial package FItKF,. Allen S. Olmsted, Le Hoy, N. Y. s, Try Allen's Pout-Eas- e, Money to ltnrn. and Ciotlia has The duke of 1aid $7,000 for a fiddle. Why doesn't Spain strike him for a loan? Cleveland Leader. Saxe-Cobur- (IP Journal. LmivuiiKC of tbc I)it. lie I shall never love again. Indianapolis An immune. She Ah! Dropsy treated free by Dr. II. II. Green' isons, of Atlanta, lla. J he greatest dropsy specialists in Ihe world. Head their advertisement in another column of this paper. "Mr. .Tolinsin, does you know wliar da sailors got dot name HarVi' applied to'dem.' "Sure; in some pitched battle; of course, suh." Princeton Tiger. Piir.'.. fWn tnr ( 'ntiMiniiitioii relieves the moat obstinate coughs. Rev. 1. l.uch- mueller, Lexington, Mo., l'cu. 21, 01. vents one becoming The dcsiic of appeaviiiK clever often pre so. Rochefoucauld. pil s i THE EXCELtENCE OF SYBUP OF FIGS is duo not only to "tyic originality and i?- -. i vi i SkJ simplicity of the combination, but also to the caro and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California L'io Syrup Co. only, and wo wibh to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the truo and original rciricdy. As the fjenuino Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the Cahi'ounia Fia Svnui Co. only, a knowledge of that "fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. Tho high standing of the CaliSritui' Co. with the medifornia cal profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes tho namo of tho Company a guaranty of tho cxcellouce of its remedy. It is far in advaucc of' all other laxatives, .as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember tho namo of .the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. HAW am afraid not." "Rut you must, because, you see, w THE SIXTH. are married, and we must live, and if I.Ut o( OMc-cand Mm Killed and In. Jack doesn't find a place we will starve. Please do." The effort wn's too much, Jured ut the Itnttle or Bantlgo nnd. laying her head on the official's Do Culm Friday. desk, she burst into sobs. The general manager clearly did not Washington, July n. The following is the casualties among the troops of know what to do. He was not accusthe (5th United States infantry at the tomed to such applications for positions, but there was the young husbattle of Santiago: Killed Lieut Ord and Second Lieut. band, certainly a sturdy youth, and the weeping and beautiful wife, and what IScnchley. Torrey, in the could he lo? Ife finally decided what The wounded Capt. to do. for with a "There, don't cry. my leg. dear," he summoned a clerk nnd soon fatally in the spine. found that he could find a place and at Lieut Turraan, Lieut Robertson, below the heart, a pretty fair salary. The pair were disin left leg, and right leg fractured. missed, after Jack had bcentold to Lieut Purdy, through thigh. call again the next morning James Turncy, in the right leg; also his new duties. Chicago Chronicle. hurt by shell. Mock Illinne Sonp. Corp. Dennis Guincz, Company A, in The proportions of tomato aifftTnllk left leg. J. A. Illedove, Company IS, in the In this soup need not be uniform. You may use n quart of milk and a quart of right foot. tomatoes, providing the two are mixed T. G. A. Gump, Company K, in tho very carefully at the last moment. The foot easie. method, however, is to season II. It. O'Malley, Company IJ, in the nicely one pint of strained stewed toright hand. matoes with a teaspoonful of onion James McClure, Company A, ip the juice, a quarter of a teaspoonful of pepright leg. per and nn eighth of a teaspoonful of William Anns, Company A, in the mace. Thicken n quart of milk in a double boiler with two tablespoonfuls left leg. Corp. Francis Christian, Company C, of butter and two of flour rubbed together. When ready to serve, turn the in the right leg, twice. K. Rurncs, Company C, in the right tomatoes into th tureen ; add a quarter J. of a teaspoonful of bicarbonnte of soda, knee. pour in- the milk; mix, and serve at once Transports Arrive nt Manila. with squares of toasted bread. Ladles' Washington, July 5. At 5:30 a. m. Home Journal. Monday morning the navy department n. Swell received a cablegram from Adm. When There lit said theIn the Uniform, "Look here," young lieutenconfirming the dispatch an- ant of a great father, "this uniform you Dcwcy nouncing the arrival of the American have made for me is entirely toolnrge." transports at Manila. Health of tho "That's all right," explained the tailor, men excellent "when you get it on you'll feel so big Adm. Dewey states that tho gun- that it will be a perfect fit." Philadelboat Lcytc which ran up a river on phia Xorth American. May 1, the day of the battle, has come An Old Poatmnater. out aud surrendered, having on board Scarva, County Down, Ireland, boasts 52 army and navy officers and Ut men. a postmaster in It. Taylor, who, besides being the oldest ae'tive Too I.arce for Ciurcin' Army, Ofk JunAG.v, July 5. Gen. Pando, postal servant in the United Kingdom, with 5,000 reinforcements, reached Is also the oldest country storekeeper. Santiago at noon Monday, Gcn.Calixto -- X. Y. Sun. Garcia refusing to make an effort to THE MARKETS. stop him, saying that tho Spanish Cincinnati. July 5. force was too largo for him to engage. :i 00 a ! 00 n.J 4 !. The American army is half mad with fro 4 '50 Select butchers CATA'BS Fair touood llshl.. ft i" (fa 000 delight over the crushing of the Span- 110US Common , 3 00 fit 3 N) Mixed packer! 3W ft 3 65 ish licet 3 l"i it 3 10 l.liht-- Ktilmicrt, a:r. 443,75 Choice PIIKKP Dewey's Fourth of July. AMHS-Spr- lnc fiTS 4 8H LOUB-wln- ter 3 ftu family Hono Hong, July 5. The United 3 tfi 8l','i KA1N Wheat No. ::rcd States dispatch boat Zafiro which (2a No. 3ml '79 c 3l &a Corn No. a mlxcl here Monday morning from Oats No. a oi lasjj with tho report that the Amer.'. S Rvo-a Ml 9 00 45 9 1:5 ican troops arrived on June 30, reports HAY Prime to choice I'orlc fealu 00 niOVlSIONS Mess o when tho 512H also that Adm. Dewey, LardPrtmo steam BUTTKK-Ctiolcc dairy 54 A" left on July 1, was planning to atco "t8 Prlnin 10 choice creamery.. 3 00 44 3 50 AT'l'I.I'.S tack Manila with his fleet and troops VOTATOKS-Nc- New southern w. per bbl.... a 15 45 a40 on July 4. ClllC.UiO. i:verythlns Very Favorable. VIJOXIXl Winter patents .... 4 80 a 4 90 a ml CHAIN- Wheat-No. fit .78 Wasiiingion, July 5. Gen. Shatter 70 tin .iH'i No. 3 Chicago sprltii: a 3J Spanish nt Santiago COItN-N- o. 44 wires that the a OATS-N- n. ,!BM 44 have declined to surrender the town I'OIUC Mch-- . 9 4 0 BO, 44 5 30 4 b,Siii and that he has given them until noon LAHD-Stca- m NKW YOlMw Tuesday before he will bombard the FI.OIJH-Win- ter 6 13 patent 6115 town, then proceeding to final and WllKAT-N- o. awl m '88 "No. T r n LIVKSTOCIC-Cattle.commod On-vitNo. Za-tir- -- ago. And the startled singer gathered himself together nnd sully and painfully went his way. Cleveland Plain Dealer. A GUARDSMAN'S TROUBLE. HEAD ACHE "Both mr wirb and niynflf Iinvobcen Winchester Imped" .Shot Gun Shelus mine CASCAKF.TS and they are the best medicine wo bavu over bad In the house. Last week my wife was frantio with headache for From the Detroit (Mich.) Journal. twodayi, sho tried somoof yourCASCAHETS, The promptness with which the National andther relieved the pain fn her head almost Guard of the different states responded to Immediately. Wo both recommend Cascarets, CHAS. STBDErORD. President McKinlcy's call for troops at the Pittsburg Safe & Dopoalt Ca. Pittsburg, Pa beginning of the war with Spain made the whole country proud of its citizen soldiers. CANDV In Detroit there arc few guardsmen more CATHARTIC popular and clhcicnt than Max It. I) ivies, first sergeant of Co. It. He has been a resident of Detroit for the TRADE MAUN BIOI1TTBIO past six vears, and his home is at 416 Third Avenue. years he was connected with the well known wholesale drug house 11 WHiui. of Farrand, Williams & Clark, in the capac- II iL VK i; ity of bookkeeper. "I have charged up manv thousand orders for Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale, People," n!.1 lift Ktlf IniMaa 1 1 HuuiitLLtB Used bvAilthe GmmpionShois., tof.C. JemNAMCONAPOSTALQDO. F0RIS2 PAszkissmizP Qmoeut. For four rf ' luti; thorough- Winchester KoeatingAbms IM WiHtNBTH Art, NiwtfAiiH. Cain ? Plenatt. Palatable, Totent. Taite Good. Do uood, Merer Sicken, Weaken. or Gripe. 10c. Sjc.SOc. St.ril.c IUuW; CMFilr, ... CURE CONSTIPATION. flint. KHIml. Sold and r Tart. ... 51 J Nn.Tfl.RAf1 Riiarantecdbr nil gists to CVKKTobacco Habit. c aTTyT JHfca. If la the nnlr uro cirre tr too world for Chronic VI-- -Hon Ulcer, ticrorklloiu Vlccra. and an case Ulcrra, Unncrenr. FeYtrSwti, poWon. tlldHorea. K naier falls. Drawnont all rtJTen etpetlte "d KOHerln. Cam, iwnnanijL Ilnriv;, Out. IJektMUe for A j rnall.saiall.Slrl larew tar" all Krcah MlilllClrJa llook free. .1.1. AI.I.R by UrugRlita. CO., SU Pnnl, Mtna. Sold n, Wal., I'll. !,, never 'knew 'their worth until chronic dyspepsia. For two years I suffered and doctored for that aggravating trouble but could only be helped temporarily. "I think dyspepsia is one of the most stubborn of ailments, and there is scarcely a clerk or office man but what is more or I used them for "' Fini Semvnt. the cure of . A Beautiful 'thing, while at other times I would be starv ing, lliust: uisueascu to quit work. ,aius nuuiu less a victim. Some davs I could eat any- - ,i. Present rSfoAEffH IQUlNOC0OI"Nff'F Um GUARS MID CUf PS STFrraKB. T ly, but it did not affect my case. I have tried many advertised remedies, but they A friend of would help only for a time. mine recommended Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, but I did not think much ot finally was induced to try the pill3 and commenced using them. After taking a few doses I found much relief. I do not remember how mp.ny boxes of the pills I used, but I used them until the old trouble stopped. I know they will cure dyspepsia of the worst form and I am pleased to recommend them. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all dealers, or will be sent post paid on receipt of price, GO cents a box or six boxes for$2..r0, by addressing Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y. "I tried the r treatment IT iimIim Of i i?niiMl T "I Iain rmmo er tmis starch will jo r JV PxTXr TOM a AN OTMt ruvnu nw STAICH. .f "J.C.MJBINGER BROSt? omiocjpvCTowi J FREE for a few months to all users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron Brand). To induce you to try this brand of starch.so that you may find out for yourself that all claims for its superiority and economy are true, thomakers have had prepared, at great expense, a series of four GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the $io,ooo originals by Muvillc, which will be given you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. These Plaques are 40 Inches in circumference, are free of any 'suggestion of advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in the manner specified. The subjects are: American Pheasant, American Wild Ducks, English Snipe. English Quail, birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each The Plaque is bordered with a band of gold There were fought 2,201 engagements ing the war of the rebellion. dur- SINGUMK STATEMENT. From Mrs. Rank to Mrs. Finkham. Tho following letter to Mrs. Pink-hafrom Mrs. M. Uank, No. 2,354 East Susquehanna Ave., Philadelphia, Pa., is a remarkable statement of relief from utter discouragement. She to thank you for whol Lydia for me. E. I'ink-ham'm oays: ELASTIC STANCH has been tho standard for 35 years. MILLION TWENTY-TW- O packages of this brand were sold last year. That's how good it 13. ASK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Starch. Accept no substitute. How To Get Them: All purchasers of three 10 cent or six Scent pnekases of Elastic Starch (Flat Iron Brand), aro ontltled to receive from their Rrocer one of these beautiful Oame Plaques free. The plaques will not bo sent by mall. They can bo obtained only v'rom your grocer. Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. Do not dolay. This offer Is for a short time only. " I never can find words with ;whicli 3 Vegetable Compound has done, most aggressive operations. 13 in tho telegram is announced tc be very favorable. very-thin- g CKANOWOO. Cal. Several messages were received by the war department .Monday night from Gen. Shatter but no information concerning their contents was made public. When the dispatch announcing the arrival of Gen. Pando and a force of 5,000 men at Santlugo was exhibited at tho war department it was ascertained that the department was already in possession of the fact, indicating that tho officials had received confirmation of the press dispatches. No bulletins wero posted Monday night ;5. Washington, July (Inn. I'anilo's Force nt Santiago. CHAIN-Whcat-- 'Some years ago I had womb trouble Bad doctored for a long time, not seeing any improvement. At times I would fool well enough, and other times was miserable. So it went on until last October, I felt something terrible creeping over me, I knew not what, but kept getting worse. I can hardly explain my feelings at that time. I was so depressed in spirits WHAT BRINGS RELEASE FROM DIRT that I did not wish to live, although I 1 WHY, AND had everything to live for. Had hysYOU KNOW? teria, was very nervous; could not t'OKN No. S mixed 87?J 64 slcop and was not safe to be left 41 IlYK fit OATS-Mlx- cil 44 2H alone., 10 00 441050 " Indeed, I thought I would lose my LAHU WCitcrn 44 0 00 mind. No one know3 what I endured, V IIAT.TlMQltli "1 continued this way until the last FI.OUn-Fatn- llv 5 CO & 6 00 of February, when I saw in a paper a 8I Snj.A 6ClC eeC66Ce6geeCiCC 6 75 44 85 Southern Wheat testimonial of a lady whoso case was 31 44 Corn Mixed 31 B0 44 Oats Nn. 2 white similar to mine, and who had been The Best BOOK t0r,no WAR gSKSSSSg. Hye No. a western 44 ' aendlne tnt to cured by Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegeta- tuous.lyUhntr.ited (prir ti), II each anybodyOrerland 4 ;,) 44 4 50 CATTLK quality IlKADKflS OE' TI11S PaI'ICII First to the two anmmt sutHcrlptlnns at 4 40 ble Compound. I determined to try it, Monthly, HAN FUANCISCO. Sample Overland Se. IiOUS Western 4 50 DKS1H1NU TO BllV ANYTHING INDIANAPOLIS. ADVKKTISKD IN ITS COLUMNS and felt better after the first dose. I tinw DISCOVERV; Klre. S 8IIOUI.Il INSIST UPON IIAV1NO 4t 170 am a jUPWJ' ; i I quick relief urn) curen worst continued taking it, and y 3.1 CornNo. a mixed 44 WHAT T11KY ASK E'OH, IlEE'USINO and ludnya' well woman, and can say from my eusei. semi for bookDr.o(U.tuxtlmonlali SOSS.ilUil., Ua, Oats, No. a mixed ,2(S j II. BHIICl'S 45 IreutuuiUl 4' re. AM. BUB3TITUTK3 Olt IMITATIONS. LOUISVILLE. heart, 'Thank God for such a medi4 GREASE? DON'T I I'OItK-Ncivmc- CHAIN-Whciil-N- o.2 SAPOLIO !ceeCCe6fe666 do -- No. to-da- nDflDCV . TLOUlt Winter patent CHAIN Wheat Jfo. 3 red Mixed Oats' Mixed POHIC Mess Corn , 375 4J 4 , 75 44 44 44 44 00 80 35 cine.'" j.nnu i&lOMr u .as, 7j -.-- - Mr3. Pinkham invites all suffering Women to write to her at Lynn, Mass., for advice.- - All such letters are seen and answered by women only. CURtS WHIHt Att ELSE f Alls. Beat Count Syrup. T&itcs O00U. In tl 3irt. Hold br drujulsts. LBtW!nFlt?lll-l'liTJaJiilf"i7ilaK-l w A. N. K.- -E 1716 "WKITINO TO AMVEKTISKK9 'WHK.V ple'uae'atuto taut yon law tbo HdTettlM mcut la tb.lt puper. K i