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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1898 mou1898071501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V gliiil ieytt ji BOARD'S REPORT. Only Odb Ship, the Infanta 3larla Tereta, Can lie Saved The Others Hope lessljr Wrecked. Sfaimfrv NUMBEP 44. ae Gen. VOLUME XII. THE ATTACK .BEGUN. Sampson's Fleet and Shatter's Troops Bombard the City of Santiago. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COTOfTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1898. AMID THE WEBCKS. Hliaf GEN, LIft'ARES. It!t Thought the Wily Vessels Which Composed Adm. Cer-- bpnulard t ter tho blip by Uracuallog Santiago de Cubi. five. 3 ATI rl h nn vi. r,.. ..I T1 dfy Estc, July 12. At half-pa9 Mon-jd- y morning after several range-findin- g shots over the ridgo protecting Santiago from the sea, the United States cruiser Newark opened fire into tlfc city with her eight-Inc- h guns. Ehq signal corps officers stationed ori top of the ridge reported the effect ofjthe shots. , . jZl'ho New York. Brooklyn nnd In- ijmuu. jjurucipaieu in me nring at intervals of fivo minutes. KThc bombatdment lasted for two hours, when Gen. Shatter reported nat tno shells were mostly falling in tMft llJIV nnrl flnlnc lint, llttlrt dnmnmi 'ho last shotr houcver, struck a !M.minent church in the heart of the Jcjity which was heavily stored with (PP"'der and ammunition, causing a tyraendous explosion. Tho extent of the damage is not yet known. Vhen the war ships ceased firing and before Gen. Shaftcr had begun a land attack, a Hug of truce was seen etiraing from the city. The object of tiils was not known at noon Monday 'wdicn the correspondent left the front. Jilaj. Gen. Shatter believes that the main body of the Spanish army has abandoned Santiago and that It is nW fleeing to the westward. 3lt is the expectation as I write this dispatch that the American army will be in full possession of the city by noon Tuesday. Therc is llttlo question in the mind's ' of tho American officers that Gen. Tornl's troops liavo evacuated the city while the Spanish commander has been parleving with Gen. Shatter over the terms of sur- "render. This belief is strengthened by tho reports from Aguadorcs, which placolias been abandoned by the Spaniards. Bands of Cuban soldiers report that the onomy, before evacuating the foast town, placed timbers over their entrenchments to represent guns. i. Washington, July 12. Up to mid- jnjght no news from cither the army or st Shatter, the war .department .Mtune. ::. cuns.and UMiUtiliCiingh:tTactongwitijgthgfc5in' limnortan SMESSK I .v,forccmonWwffTutiirrlTcd''T5nnday '"'WATSON'S MISSION. must have ncarly'J8,000 men. Ohio troops it is probable will have To Capture or Destroy Adin. Ciimiira's Fleet are the Orders Issued to the tho honor of being present at the full Commodore, IVho It to Fight. of the first fortified town in Cuba to bo captured and perhaps of particiWashington", July 12. All doubt as pating in the battle. A dispatch from to the sailing of Commodore Watson's Gen. Shatter received early Sunday Spain was removed Monday, licet St. Paul whenfor officers under orders to tho that tho afternoon all or llaiqulrl new near arrived at squadron wcro directed to report Sunday afternoon. This is about 18 without delay. Tho official announcefrom Slboncy, tind three miles miles ment places the Massachusetts In tho from the American front. On tho St. squadron in place of tho Iowa. A naPaul was the 8th Ohio volunteers, val officer said ,Monday afternoon culled , horo in Washington "The that the squadron would sail President's Own," because it was or Wednesday. Tho object Tuesday of recruited largely from the northeast- fleet's operations against Spain is tho ern part of tho state, and lias meet and destroy Camara's fleet, to and for its lieutenant Col. Charles Dick, nn attempt will be made to intercept secretary ofc ,the republican national if it in committee, and the president's close shall the Mediterranean, but willthis be fall the Spanish coast friend. It would take somo hours mennced until the populat sentiment for tho men to reach tho front In Spain will compel Camara to .give from 'their landing' place, but it battle. Is the, believed ut war de- lliiwull Attached to Cillforulu Military partment Sunotiylnlght that Col. Dick Department. and hib soldiers arc now with ShatWashington, July 12. Secretary Alter's forces, perhaps participating in ger Monday Issued orders attaching tho battle, lit at least ready to aid in tho 'Hawaiian islands to the military the investment of the. city when it falls. department of California. The 1st for tho Porto Iticd New York volunteers, Propagations BarCol. expedition are being hastened with ber commanding, will be assigned Not tho least for tho time being at tho garrison tho utmost speed. jf the reasons for tills is tho at Honolulu. Col. Barber is confact that an impression is grow- sidered tin especially good officer for ing that ponco is near at hand. If the coast. Gen, Otis has charge of tho tho American forces capture Porto transportation of tho troops to the isKico before r,pehco Is, declared tho land and hopes by the 15th or n little Tfrmtuu'nt investment of tho islands later to secure four coast vessels with wifrrbo greatly simplified. a capacity of 1,200 men. Mivs. lias in nlace 40 , , Off Santiago de Cuiia, July 10, via The City Is Completely Invested and For Kingston, Jamaica, July 12. The the Uelengiiered Uarrlaun There It No board of survey appointed to examine Possibility of Kicpe Slmfter'n the wrecks of tho Spanish ships and to Forces Grcutljr Augmented. Inquire into tho nature of their inWashington, July 11. Shot and juries reports that only ono ship'can is tho Infanta fchcll from ships and siege guns are re- possibly be saved. She ported to be screaming1 over tho doom Maria Teresa, tho former ilagship of Adm. Cervcra. oil city of Santiago. Tho hull of tho Cristobal Colon shows The bombardment will not ccaso unshe was only hit six times, nnd then til Santiago has fallen. Gen. Corbln eight-Inch ttticl Sunday night that the firing, once only by shells of h caliber. This verifies the and liavlng begun, it would stop only with story that the commander of the Cristho capitulation of the city. The town, it is now, said at tho war tobal Colon surrendered because he department, is completely invested, saw she could not get away from tho and for tho beleaguered garrison there Brooklyn and Oregon, and to continue meant a sacrifice of life. It is no possibility of escape. This does the battle the not mean that tho Spanish soldiery was found that the brass plugs of the large guns and bolts and locks of must stand still within the walls nud tho small arms had been thrown overbo shot down like sheep. It is not im possible that, like the bravo and rack-les- s board. The Vicaya showed she had been Cervcra, they may be lead out to riddled by tho Brooklyn and Oregon, the American forces on tho attack Sho had not been struck b projectiles surrounding hills. 'litis would bo a forlorn hope, but it would offer n larger than eight inches. There was no blgn of her having becn'struck by a elm nee of striking the American line It! or IS inches. Her upper in a weak spot, breaking it and turn- shell of works were fiddled by one and ing back one of the Hanks. It would shells? Ncnrly all of these mean destruction in the end for the shells exploded Inside the superstrucSpaniards, of course, but it would givo tures and must have driven the men them ono last grand dash with tho from the guns. This confirms the cond glory of dying in story of Capt. Kulato that tho Brookflict. lyn's secondary battery fire was so Tho bombardment began about 5 terrible that the men deserted their o'clock. Earlier in tho afternoon a guns. dispatch was received from OenChaf-to- r The survey board arrived at the saying that Col. Toral had wrecks, of the Almiranto Oqucndo nnd tho terms of unconditional Maria Teresa Monday night surrender, nud that the bombardment Infanta nnd the work consequently at dark would begin as soon after 4 o'clock was postponed. us possible. At 11 o'clock Sunday A noted on night nothing further had been re- ships singulnrsillfact guns were the four is tho trained ceived at the war department, and tho forward, that and the story that they were anxiety for new b from the scene of op- all directed to flro on the Brooklyn is erations was intense. Toral is second thercforcshown to be true. in command of the Spanish troops, exTho magazines of all tho and it is presumed he replied to ploded and the effect was to ships up blow bltaf Ujr's demand because' Gen. Linares the decks and not completely pulvcr-i- o was so scrioiisly wounded as to be the hull or turn the keel up, as ' of dut wast in tho case of the battlo ship Gen. five-incsix-Inchand-to-han, veil's Fleet Litter Coast of Cuba. Huznrds Are Feeding OIT the Corpse and Others Iloverlnjr Over tho Unrecognizable Mass of Twisted, Melted Iron, i:zploded'8hells nnd Firearm. THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, Buocr STANFORD.JNational IY. to the Lincoln OK Bank. e sels which composed Adm. Cervcr'a's, Off Santiago de Cuha, July 7, via Kingston, Jamaica, July 11. The ves- squadron, converted into wrecked chnrnel houses, are littering the Cuban! coast, nnd tho scenes of desolation, ruin, horror and death bafllo description. At the entrance of the harbor of Santiago de Cuba lies the Iteina Mcr cedes, sunk at midnight on July 3. Westward, five miles from the harbor, is a torpedo boat destroyer, stuck fast In the rocks, close in shore and buttered by the surf. Bocks jutting out of the water in front of where she lies hide her hull from view. Her davits and tho top of her conning tower alone mark her resting place. Visible from the sea, a few mllef further, in an inlet embraced by twe mighty arias of black rocks that extend half a mile into the .sea, aro'thc remains of the twin cruisers Infant? Mario Teresa and Almlrante Oquendo,' formerly the pride of tho Spanisr navy. On beyond lies the Vizcaya a mass o ruins, and 42 miles away' fronvSantia go de Cuba tho Cristobol Colon Hci helpless on her sides, with her smoke staclcs under water. The Infantn Marin Teresa and tfie Almiranto Oquendo staud ' upright, stuck fast on the" rocky shoals.' Al thaty is left of them is their outei hulls, tho heavy armor defyiitg tjftat annihilation. Inside of them the work Their of destruction is complete. boilers, engines, bunkers and magazines have been blown into unrccog nizable mnsscs'of twisted, melted Iron. Exploded shells, burned rifles and re volvers, pieces' of yellow brass work. and cold and silver coln.imeltetMb: the Intense, heat, area! trey ltheiromnip 'MiMIT'iT' i places. But the most ghastly, horrible sights in those steel coffins arc the mangled, scarred and charred bodies of hundreds of brave sailors, sacriticeu for their country. Buzards are feeding oft" the' dead and others are hover Ing over tho wrecks. On tho beach other flocks of vultures sit In silence waiting for the sea tc givo up its dead. Every tide adds tc the tale of horror, washing up sucl objects as, for instance, a sleeve enclosing a wasted arm, other portions of human bodies gnawed by hungrj sharks and countless relics of the stand-i- n By provision oJ Its charter, depositor! are as fully protected as rrt depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually-liablto the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par value thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may act bs Executor, Administrator, Tnuta or Receiver, as an individual, Condition of the Farmer Bank and Trust Co., Stanford. Kentucky. December 31 1896. RESOURCES: , Notes and Bills Other Stocks and Bonds Overdrafts Due from Banks,, Banking House and Fixtures Lash 1302,815.21 1.005.82 4 202.41 40,239.26 6,400 00 5,59X20 1337,015,00 LIABILITIES: Capital Stock Surplus Fund Individual Deposits Duo to Banks ta,000 10,433. 4 155,504 01 i,oiS.4t I3S7.013.M DIRECTORS: J. Williams, Mfc Vernon. J. S. Owsley, Stanford. J. B. Owsley, Stanford. William Gooch, Stanford. S. H. Shanks, Stanford. 3. S. J. Emory, Stanford. 3. F. Cash, Stanford. A. W. Carpenter, Stanford. W. II. Cummins, Lincoln Countj. J. B. N. Mcncfee, J. E. Lynn, Stanford. Stanford. they will receive prompt attention, H. SHANKS, President. J, B. OWSLEY, Cashie W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. WWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write ns, and J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier ft BUSINESS EDUCATION Is absolutely necessary to the younp man or vountr woman wlin wri,lf win success in lifo. This being conceded. it is of the first importance to get your training at the school that stands in tho very front rank tha Bryanf & Stratton Business College, LOUISVILLE, KY., fi82S2gSKi, Shorthand, Telcgrayhy. " '' ':'' iiVi""t,1i'l! '"f Write for beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates positions all over the United States It will be mailed FREE. foVmedfThoutrli tho possihilitv of in tcrruptcd cable communication was suggested as an explanation for the Inclf of advices, it was announced at midnight that nothing had been (lied occupyingproml-nenITJ t at Maya del Estc for tie ofllclals here. SPANISH CABINET. 1Mb LsJ' Ministers Kpalgu (tiring to Irrecon- clluble Difference on the Question of 'cgotl itlng l'entr. Druggists and Pharmacists. wi July 12. The Madrid cor respondent of tho Times telegraphing Monday says: Senor bagasta went to tho palace Monday and tendered his resignation and that of the cabinet It is said that ho advised the queon regent to appoint a now cabinet, largely consisting of the military element, which would not necessarily mean the adoption of a warlike policy but probably the reverse. Madrid, July 12. On leaving tho cabinet council Monday ceuing the ministers declared thnt they had mutually engaged to maintain the strictest reserve, on the subject tyf their Duke Alinodovar de''Itio, minister of foreign affairs, had iyi audience with the queen Monday and subsequently nn ,'ilmportnut conference with the I'rench ambassador. London, July 12. Tho Madrid, Times, telegraphing Tuesday inorni'dpisays: , "The cabinpf- - jrcsigu.e.d in. conso-quonc- o of irreconcilable differences of opinion on the question of initiating t' peace negotiations." The Times, commenting editorially Tuesday morning on the "Gloomy Outlook for Spain," says: "Unless tlie new cabinet Is quickly formed, the delay may easily issue in coufusion or even disorder, which would indefinitely complicate tho whole problem." London-- , battle. Attontion has been given to the burial of the deud of the enemy, and over 100 bodies taken from the ships or washed ashore have been interred upon the beach by Hr. Adm. Sampson's orders. , Those which now remain are either almost totally consumed by fire, charred beyond belief or in the depths of tho sea. These form the food of the buzzards who keep constant vigil about tho wrecks. MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS nl bZI Mt Vernon, Ky. We carrv Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &e. Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call for goods usually kept in a s drugstore. first-clas- vv -- Mi Ml (2T' cpseeeee Of Stanford, Ky. $200,000. rjxjc 59 First JMaiiena! Bank V 23,100. . Capital Stock Surplus 1'atrlotlo "fcervfees In Kiiiishh City. Kansas Citv, Mo., July 11. Special patriotic sor.vices were held in many churches Sunday, It was the president's proclamation. While tho nspcat of the war was empha-izea spirit of patriotism breathed ,n every, uttornnncc. The churches wore in most Instances beautifully decorated and special musical programmes wcro rendered. HUnco Urgrs ''War to the Knd." Paihb, July 11. A letter from Mad- I rom Adm. Munpmm. Washington. July 13. Ensign KepnrtK "DIRECTORS" M. D. Elmore, F. Reid T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A.. Tribble, S. T. Harris, . J. S. Hockcr and M. J. Miller. We solicit the accounts of the citizens ot Rockcastle and adj'oining counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view to business relations, respectfully invited, HQCKER, Prea. JNO. J. McROBERTS, Casblci; J. Pal- I. W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, d, bringing with him a scrjes of reports from Adm. Sampson including' the reports of his subordinate officers 'describing the engagement resulting in the destruction of Ccrvera's squadron. These rdports are under examination and such parts of them ns arc deemed suitable for publication will be given to the press later. IJr.Ire for l'ence. Kmv Yoiik. July 12. A Madrid special to the Herald says: "The keynote in political circles here is a desire to know the American terms for Premier S.tgasta inay deny it; 4e.icc. all muy dony it, but peace terms are pending and t cessation of hostilities upon any terms ' the question of the A mer arrived in Washington Monday CAPT. OHAHLnS KINO (Now a Brigadier General Under Merrltt.) Gen. Another Muull.i Expedition. I'ltANCisco, July 13. This week will sec another exodus of tho Manila a rid snys that Gen. Blanco, In replying to ttic government's request for his views of tho situation, urges "war to the end," and nsserts that the Cuban volunteers can not bo reconciled fothe: iden of tho hnnding over of tho island; to tho Americans, especially now that a great majority of the Cubans favot Spain. Villaverda lllown Up by u bhell. July 11. Tho Times in an article Monday roviewing tho war, enters into a minute criticism of the naval battle of Santiago de Cuba and nrrives at the conclusion thnt "Eithei the gunnery of tho Spaniards afloat, as on shore, must bo hopelessly ineom potent, or their ammunition must be Hearly worthless." Fntul btroet Car Collision. Washington, July 11. An electric London-- , Hail Murksmt'ii or l'oor Powder. Thursday morning the Peru, carrying Maj. Gen, S. S. Otis and stnff, six troops of the 4th United States cavalry under command of CoL Kellogg, and two batteries of the Ctli United States artillery, under command of Maj. Grugan, and tho City of l'ueblo, wjth tho 11th Infantry detachment, will steam out of the harbor. forces. ..fieii. Miles Arrives OIT jonas Mckenzie For Everytliitig: lit GO TO day." , hantliieo. New Your, July 11. A Key West dispatch says that news Has reached there of the destruction of tho Spanish steamship Vlilavcrdo.by the United States gunboats Hawk and Custine, on the boaeh at Muriel, Cuba. The Villa-verd- o was on the vay from Mexico with supplies and munitions, for V lilanco. ' Washington, July 12. The war department is advised of the arrival oil New Yohk. July Stephen V. Bar- car on the Congress Heights road fillton, chairmaaof the central Cuban re- ed with passengers crashed into a Santiago Monday of tho auxiliary lief committee, received a cablegram horse car of tho Anacosta line Sunday srtiiscr Ynlo vdtli Gen. Miles and his stall' and a portion of Garrctson's Monday from Miss Barton, announc- night, And unknown man was killed caused to bo landed and between 25 and CO peoplo injured, brigade. Gen. Miles hnd n conference ing that she had Adm. Sampson and later in Cuba Sunday 12 tons of 'miscellan- several of them fatall; lioth cars with. th Gen. Shatter by, means of eous relief supplies from, the state dj Mere demolished and the hoises of the thc:signnl scrtice telephouoJwlrc. . Texas Supplier. 12, Tcix-as- "N Dry Goods, Giotuino, BooMa siioes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at Living Prices. ,r H V mUt mrajSAjyvtttfltjjiiuj.- - m'ut umnfTi 1 rr- - ' y ViAJ ,htiiXRMJM OKSdntMttly Mt Vernon Signal 15, Friday. July r8o8 Published every Friday by JAMES AfAXET, SUBSCRIPTION ONB YKAK guard from Stanford, who the Interior Journal says, come to Crab Orchard and did so and so, showing beyond n doubt that the Stanford guard did not reach Crab Orchaid at nil. Now these are the facts in the Rockcastle county has enough troubles of her own without having the shame of other counties written own her pages. cas-e- . Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at io.tr oriccs. ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. General Merchandise Old Main aud. Church Sta WIT, c?rMvl DAVI J x. WhBI J DEALERS IN-- ! ) cm'7f $1.00 LIVINGSTON Advertising rates made known on ' ' application ?0R CONORKSS The VOUtlfr npnnln nr tliic nloKa were highly entertained at a party given by Mrs. M. J. Goodin one night last week. Mrs. Dr. J. S. Cooper has re turned Ironi Crab Orchard. Miss Maggie Lewis has returned from a visit to her home near Danville. Hon. G. G. GILBERT, OF SHELBY. CI, fcfcC t 11 bassi VERNON, KY. wws Brodhead Marble Wtfrks W. H. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR. MANUFACTURER AND PVAM'R IN L'ji.;; ivhi H; PfiiS mt mm UH, MonnumrntB and n Mt . T6'i!rib Stoned. Can a modern battleship destroy a modern shore battery? Miss Georgie McFerron has reThat question has not been ansturned home after a visit to Miss wered by this war. Admiral Sampson is disposed to give a neg- Lena Bentley. ative opinion. Mrs. Joseph Coffey and sous Robert and Joe Lin, have returned There has been no order issued from a visit to relatives in Lincoln. to the American fleet to go into The two rooms of the school Santiago harbor, because the ad house built by Blankenship & Her-riministration knows what Sampson are about completed. and Schley bcth know that our vessels cannot get by Morro Castle W. F. Sheridan was in Louis... If it were possible to go in under ville last week. the guns there at least one ot Madison Sweeney died last week E. S Elmore aud lamily are visitthem, a monster our ships bo YEARg' of consumption. would have been in there any time ing relatives in Rowland. EXPERIENCE Mrs. Robert Brown is verv k . these last eight days. Mrs. J. H. Carter and Miss Nel son have returned from a protractDr. Gravely will locate h i e m a' ed visit to Nashville. HRODHEAD. EVERYBODY LOOK. ' Mrs. Frank Bryant, of Paris, Tradi: Marks i. am selling the Sewing sRer Tilden Frith liked one finger of and Miss Belle Bricken, of Leba-norrvmw rnovDirJure Arv Anrono vnrtlng a sSctoh and rtcucrljitlnn were the guests of Geo. Mc- Machine on easy terms and keep all qulcklr ascertain our opinion free, whether my oi getting into Uncle Sam's service. an tnvniifliin U iimhnliltf kinds of tewing machine needles oil tlonstTlctlrroiiOrtw.Il3'.n.latil.hln rummiinliia. Handbook nn I'otcnts Bom. To the wife of W. A. Carthy, the first of the week. upcunnu oitciim. bands, shnttles, and evervthitic ssntfrco. Oldest nten.j Jor Patents taken throiuli Jluim X Co. rcoclvo Carson a fine boy on July 10. tpctial notice, without clinrec. In thn Miss Dora Jenkins accompanied that belongs to a sewing machine. Scientific Jltnerican.. Henry Tharp has giveu up his Mrs. Bryant to Paris on her retuin vvill sendneedlesby mall to unv A lmnrtiomoly weeMjr. position with T. J, Cherry and goue home. I also clean and repair all kinds filiation of hutillnatrntrd Journal. Turcot trlr Tornit, actcnttOn nir: four months, ft fold bjull new jrfonlcr.. to railroading. ot machines. You can see me here New York Mis Nettie Brown has returned ."'"'i SGo.36115"""1 WiuMuifton. D. U every Saturday. ii V St.. W. M. Owens The house of J. H. Hall and its home. Mt Vernon Ky Miss Lizzie Browning, of Cincontents burned July nth. It is not known how the fire originated. cinnati, is visiting her brother, Died. Miss Ltua Lovings died J. H Browning. When Yotrr Horfe Is Shod By on July 10th, of consumption. Mrs. J. H. Browniug made a n X --Jllno ot rnun UNSI'.ED OIL mixed :Shewas the daughter of Mrs. A. short visit to London the first of ' nun n canon or H. Evans. the week. Miss Alma Newland is at home Col. John D. Pope aud family ot firm M PiY r lor a few days. She will return to Louisville, have 'taken You may depend upon it that it' tuixti? rooms at her sister's at Lebanon Junction, at Sambrook's Hotel for the sum- - has been done in a scictific manMrs Len Parson. mer. They could not have chosen ner and the shoes will stav on un a better place. Messrs. A. J. Pike, Dr. Benton, til worn out. C6TCASH. ' ciaSh ! mflonn fl VE11Y aud A. E. Albright, of this place, Mrs. J. R. Stuckey has returned m:r )upat in tie world j or B. C. Richardson, of Conway, left from South ior i. Carolina after extendhere Monday night for Danville to ed visit to Mr. Stuckey's parents. participate in the convention. P. FRANCISCO. Propr. Mrs. Ben Price, of Lexington, of ronrpilntblll. Is f MonE ctoel Ihtn Putt Located at the DepotgggjgJ?ax Mrs. M. G. Aldridge and Miss is visising her niTi Lt!D nndilj ABBOLurni.r i(ot UUMr. I'.ust Mimdont !ho Het or roioNoc. r parents, Mr. and 1'nxr Lizzie Heron made a short visit to Mrs. D. Bood Brocllnead, Ky. irrnii-tr-'ic.irr.. ,n all Tnics. imlntorn ti", tonn.iMi.Ir K. Argenbrtght. roim.l vrnr Nn trnulilo friends aud relatives at Lancaster i It u Good Livery Attached jny IhivP.ar. do oIt. 6sm.ii tho Coumos baSixnmix. or Uov palot c.ia R. A. Sparks w&s out of town Meet all Trains, Day mado at t s week. ' :ircc3l, and I; and Night. Saturday, we know not whete. Traveling Men and Railroad D Miss Jennie L. Reynolds will men Solicited. Will fur Miss Mary Orndorf has returned open school at Medical Springs on nish lunches on all Trains. 01 t..0nici,IlncT23.PEK.orCn:p. to her home in Stanford after a Mouday. t. U.lMMAR PAINT CO., St. Loula, Mo visit to Miss Lena Bently, Odd and canntood by Dr. Benton's new black sulphur S ,,' J. "" "'-- 0 M. C. & D. N. Williams. Misses Lucy and Nettis Coffey, well adds lurgely to the fine minerFnciCifJT Mt, Vernon, Ky. and Ettie Nash, of Wildie, were al Waters of our town. t if the guests of Mrs. Tom Pettit last fPortLHrtjl, W. A Carson is painting Dr. week. $1 arui scwlai Clark's new building. iaa machine ivith Mrs. A. A. Tennyson has re all attach. t - (fan Mrs. Elizabeth Owens ate a turned home after a visit to her birthday dinner with her son, J. F, husband who is buildinir the money will be re. MKxHZMXBKSHemM Watson aud her grandson. Everett houses for W. R. Dillion which is funded. Rend cash with order, ne. Clark Watson, on July 12th. The near completion. .scrlptlve clrculaf rs3S&W. ocm on nppiici grandson is pianntecil to cure riLKS. tlnn old and nHaril)iM)ictliLr WHAYNE M'K'O CO., vt recent vr ig ftuiiliit(tr uirney the sou somewhat older. Mrs. rcfumteit. Jtk'lves iiuiint rcUef.aml etFecM a radical ISO FOURTH AVO.. LOUJOVlLtl. Au Vernon Collegiate-Institute, n, Big; Picnic. all Session Openes September Academic, Intermediate, and IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. 6, 1898. Two Miles East oi Brodhead. Special Normal Work: for Teachers L. M- Priinarj , Departments. . SCROGGS. Principal 15-iii- u, Livingston Town Lots for business ad-res- s. 1 ro House. In the most desirable . and Deweling THO'S TAYLOR ""-a- Blacksmith, 1 fMmar i Part of Town near new Depot call and see thein. 'Wm. FIELDS . . . l Ko'tel Frith &QN6A3b5&&ca-- GREEN FRONT ooDrug Stoe Groceriegy CHeapes-.;, 1 , IWiSfW KlSii "m I Medicines, TOBACCO ANb Cheap, I Cheaper, C. Drugs, C- - i CIGARS DAVIS & CO mt ninclilnehinotMt-Jsfactoryinjoda- xjjQ) QllLORAND To keen our , OFFER fnntn,- - three-year- s "J P!I.F.S"!SnDMsiri ! JOT, Owens is from Beelick. covu. KY. AH the denominations met at the Miss Sallie Cook began teaching Christian church here Sunday here Monday. night as requested by the president of the United States and held a Rev. Williams preached here prayer meeting: Rev. Pike, Bro. Sunday last. John Cherry and others officiating. Judge Lair wife and daughter. Miss Carrie, were the cruests of The Interior Journal under date of July the 5th, says that the mob Wm. Fish's family Saturday and at Crab Orchard, was headed by Sunday last. James Riddle begins his school men from Rockcastle. We desire t. state the facts in the case and at Langford, Monday next. show that notwithstanding the fact The Buckeye ISunday School is that the boy inurderdd on that un- progressing nicely with Green fortunate occasion, Avas a Rock- Fish as superintendent. castle county boy that Rockcastle Misses Emma and Minnie Rid- county is in no whW responsible for '.lie organizing or leading the mob dell were the guests of their aunt, Miss Paunte Langford last week. reterred to. The had been raging for two or Miss Sallife Chestnut aud Robt. hours be fore the men referr to :om Rock- - Langford visited on Crooked creek rtncvtn n !.. uiuvea; anc in a s prt time last week; tt J llo c waur.u moo . ..v. aW leauer m con uection .vitb some of the best citiBEELICK. zens and the Sheriff of Lincoln county, look the negro from the D. M. Preston aud Martin Poyn Everything will be sold at cost Crab Orchard jail and started to rerare with relatives at Ltviugston until the entire stock is closed oul Stanfotd with him, meeting tlle this week; MRSsJGf' FRANKLIN. ' -- " . 1 1 1 Church on West Main st. jrainter ind I have moved Paper Hanger,Mt. Vernon and Brodhead, my Millinery Kentucky.pleased to giye estimates Will be on work. Satisfaction guaranteed. store to my residence adjoining Skin Diseases. Presbyterian For and tetter, salt rheum and - Subscribe for the SIGNAL $1.00 a year. nd iKTmanent cure tin lurpkal oerailmi required. iry it nmi rcnei)oitruiierinff. SctulfitrlUtfl ami free sample Only 54 cu, a lix, I'ur tale by drut'L'iHi, er tent ly mail vn reiclpt of prke. Bum, Keg, raaimacisi. Lancasier. Pa. W. A. CAKSON T ' . A' KilKl?fir 11 Jfl qIavvi 1 make a marvelous offer dirsct to Hip rider For 3o days we will sell wmplcs of our swell '08 bicycles at net coat tn ture aud will ship, c. O. D. on approval ou receipt of the nominal SUtll Of $I.OO (if ViSStof Denver ?l .t.. MwL deposit is merely to show good faith on purchaser's' tos,ena moncy ' advance, send '"" uo" your express agent guaranty for charges .ne way and we will pay them the other if you don't want the wheel "., uuu uurouuee early our bplendid '98 models wc have conplndo,! ;aure, irre.-t- f -' w 1 S"bU lu'inch mn..i. lr joints mont mprovoU two-plec- o cmnke, nrcl, crown, lnrS8 epinlprlco u , ' on sample. COSSflC r 7 sen,nlotnWnS. two A B,,,end'd aAn. equal to any for eerWco nnd cosy ploeo cranks, orch crown, of dotaclmblo Drocki.'VVi vi ftf) high erode equipment. Our special eamplo prlco ' ..." .?,$24 kUONDTK. NOTE. Choice of Color, n8t mUm Grad? fo' "W- - K ncli tnblng. striped nnd decorated, arch bearings, ball retnlnors. best Indiana or N ' K1 " erown. urunswicK tires, stanilard equipment. Special price on eamplo $19.00. dust-pro- Style, Heleht of Frame, Gearj'etc.'Fuiiy Guaranteed! i"l laallty of these wheels. Don'r wMk Bermnnent c.nm nf eczema, Ej'e and Skin Ointment is without an equal. It relieves the itch-Inand smarting almost instantly nnd Its continued uae effects a permanent cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch, scajd head, sore nipples, itching piles. chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and granulated lids. Chum-berlaln's g the sneedv wafiilSjBaff'J,waB Do You Want Cheap WARi'nBIW.w!Sf? , m.. Wheels Slightly Used. Modern Types, ."ioaViSVhlK Wheels f - 5 $12.00 to $16.00. $8.00 to $I2.0a iJorwanre the best topiqtiblood purifier nnd vermifuge". Price, 23 cents. Sold by tiv, Cadv's Condition Powders for The J. U Mead dycSe Co., - Chicagrq, ,. A V & 1 " Sk?ri. Be Sure Arid Go To The , GraiJCci :I 1 .xjLjLJL' . Notice. Grove Aug. 6th nanu - Misses Fannie McFerron and Judge'jbhh B. 'Fish has been on Pat Welch pays 5 cents per the sick list. Ottie Brown gave thi office a for eggs in c?sh money. pleasant Jcall on yesterday after- Vt George Mullins who has been seof Hazle Patch, noon R. AIt. Vernon. Ky., Tuly 15, 1898 riously ill is some better. ' will enter school in Danville. '"Catered nt the lit. Verm..,, Kjr., T. T. Wallace is home trom Livn. to J. L." Brooks; a prominent lum- t Side meat 6jc, Canvas hams uta.ll matter ingston sick with malaria. berman, was in lrom Wildie, Sat- 9c- All groceries at a:tual cost. s w P MM WITT. , James Davis has returned to urday last. Burnsille after a visit to relatives Miss Ella Joplin has returned Do you want to buy or sell a here from an extended visit to Paris and Rockcastle farm, timber land, town The behavior of the parties who other points. lots, business houses or dwellings? t visit the "cedars" is getting to be Pat Welch will pay 5 cents per Address, Signal, Mt. Vernon, Ky r4 LeOisviLic & NashviilcR. R, Co. a menace to thai neighborhood. dozen for eggs inU cash money.-IHay. No. i Timothy baled hay for X & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ba'setnent'cJf brick hotel. Several of our young people went sale. Orders filledpromptly by A, iR.y Mail North 11:39 a " down to Langford, Sunday after-noo- n Hon. G. G. Gilbert was nomi- H'Baston, Crab Orchad. Write Day Wail South .. . to call on the Misses Klein. . 2:22 p in nated for Congress at 'the Danville for prices. tf Night Ex. North '1:34 a m Master McKenzie Brown, the convention Wednesday on the South...-.-..-....'- .. Night-Ex1:48 am hustling Louisville Dispatch boy. 42nd ballot. No. 1 baled hay for sale at soctsf J. A. Eandrum, Agent. is visiting his grandfather in LanOur baby has been continually by A. H, Bastin Crab Orchard. r caster. troubled with colic and cholera inChurches. Come in and settle your ac Mis. Geo. Griffin and sister, fantum sincehis birth andall that we 'CftirWuVn-IvA- dii 0rJccs lit'iir'l Sunday S. W.Prewitt. could do for him did not seem to count.- Matgaret, are visiting home folks 'at It a. in. and ntC.SO p. m. givemore than temporary relief un' at Pittsburg. This office has inquiries from, a til we tried Chamberlain's Colic, C. C. Wil- Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. man who wishes to buy a small F. L. Thompson, Baptist Churcli Services on the Second Saturday night and Sunday. Suuday liams, Judge McClure and R. G. Since giving that remedy he has farm not far from town. Pers'ons School nt 0 a m every Sunday. Prayer Williams attended the Danville not been tioubled. We want to having farms or real estate for sale 'meeting on Tuciday nights. Rev. J 0 are invited to consult the editor of convention. pastor. give you this testimonial as an tf. of our gratjtude not that this paper. Lieutenant Lewis writes from Lexington scoring the deserters you need it to advertise your mer Tes'o'ytcri.in Molds se'rlccs on the 4tL 83TI am now loca cd in the Jack remedy. G. M. Law, who skipped from his company itorious Sunday Adams stand on the corner where Keokuk, Iowa. and returned home. For sale by M. C. & D. N. Wil I am selling cheaper than any MASONIC. body in town. Latest Information from camp liams Mt. Vernon Ky. Ashland toiif Nil. GK meets 2rd Mon- Corbiti is thatColson regiment will S. W. PREWITT. day 10 A nl. soon be full and all mustered in at ORLANDO. t Vernon Signal. e eon-da- - Proe33ional Cards. All persons indebted tc of T. J Coffey, deceased, the estate are hereby notified that they must P. A. Pennington,!). D. S. settle up at once, or their accounts DEIMTST, n will be placed for collection. A. W. Stewart, Adm'r. N W Cor. Third and Chqstnut Sts.. LOUISVILLE, KY. If you are a subscriber to the signal you can get the Weekly Louisville ' , tisKSi ... " n $1.75 .Also, an Ageut lor th e best "f Cincinnati Inquire 50 cts. Tailors in the world, iiT ' Chattanooga, Farm & Trade 25 cts. DRS. G. B. & J. H. LAWRENCE tf. Dispatch for Cpmmcr.cial, Courjer Journal, (twice a week), Post, Daily, 50 cts. 40 cts. 25 cts. sTNTDavis --SURVEYOR-M- t. Veiion, i..C . CaS"Office at residence (Rice 'castleites, unlerrified. James property) opposite the Southeast Maret was elected Secretary. The corner of Court yard. Committee on Resolutions report- MT. VERNON, KY. ed instructicMis directing our eight votes to be cast for Hon. James B, C. C. WILLIAMS, McCreary in the Danville convention. The following delegates and Aottrncy-at-LaMt. Vernom Ky. alternates were named: S.JH. h Martin, A. J. Pike, Dr. Benton, BQi,Office on 2nd floor of new Jerry Frith, B. C. Richardson, A. brick on Cluirch Special E Albright, W.Cy Mullins, W. W. attention given to collections. Saunders, C. C, Williams, F. L. Thompson, Doc Norton. Judge R. G. W. McCLURE, G. Williams. W. H. Jones, L. .T. -Stewart; R..L. Brown and J. J. Baker,. 'Trie report 'of Committee Mt. Vernon, Ky. to Mrs. Cleo Brown's on Resolutions was adopted withan earlv date. All business entrusted to my care where you can buy hats from now out a'dissenting voice. will receive prompt attention. LfcAL OTHERWISE; The Ladjes Aid Society of the Sollie Ball has returned from a until August the 1st at cost. SailOffice on Second floor of new brick Christian Church will give an Ice pleasant visit to Laurel and ors at 25cts. Give her a call on Church street. Creain Slipper at Miller Hotel, Clay counties. 43-Egbert w'allln was heie Wednes-Ua- y Monday evening, Augus: ist. 4r I111III1" iTt"'i","fV"mTiirTtr,ir in niin1 last. son T. W. Anderson's . v TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY R. G.WILLIAMS,O. A. Gentry, of Quail; Wm. V. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tav Dr. Childers was here from Or- Hicks, Livinston: J. K, McClary died Tuesday night. MADE. BY money Dr. W. J. Childers commenced lets. All druggists relund by Mi lando, Saturday last Mt. Vernon; James McHargue, if itfails to cure. For sale C. MT. VERNON. KY. Dr. J. H. Lawrence lias returned Pine Hill and others renewed their his school at Flat Rock, Monday C. &.D. N. Williams, with a good attendance. 6m druggists. from Hyden. oc6 subscriptions to this paper Monday j W. Mcrris is on the sick from John D. M. .Preston was here A. Pennington has parsed the YorkFor Sale. the Quail, Wednesday. t , Lexington list this week. army examination at shire mare, 16 hands high, good Geo. T. Johnson will go to Louis- saddler. Also one colt. Will sell Geo. Ferguson has gone to Lex- and is now a member of the Fourth ville in a few days on the lookout together or separately. ington to joiu Colson's regiment. Regiment, holding the position of ReasonPRACTICAL for bargains, and he will find them. able price, Orderly Sargent. Roberts, John Sim Davis is getting along reEMBALMER Brodhead, Ky. Twenty-eigh- t Governor McCreary's friends 42 3t years xperience in markably well with his new hoilse. Sam McClure. better known as STANFORD, KY. are suffering mentally, while the WANTED.--once, one the business. Horse shoeing a Stock Complete. Telegraph OraS,-erMrs. Houston McFerron was "Cull" tells us that he has been county, convention is in session at Darn l&rrlntileitcam-ana Specialtv. Also gene: .' wagon to haul pecialty. here from' Fine Hill, Monday last, over on Horselick, Jackson N reports many fish vine. fifihing. He logs. Address, H. Blazer & Co., BUMwuniaaattDaHBia Excellent work is being done on caught and a terrible sight of "snake Richmond Street, Mt. Vernon, E. W. McNew was in Mt. Ver- Wildie. Ky., or Signal office, Mt. DR. A. G. LOVELL, the streets by hi arstial McClure and pizen" .ruined. He ate supper at Ky. non, Sunday. Vernon, Ky. his lorce. Physician and Surgeon, the mouth of the Devil's tave, and Some one fired two shots thtough Sam Davis', ttie Saddler, has teems to think the devil was there Bids for furnitlilng Wanted. MT VERNON. rY a window in J. B. Childress house brders for several new seta of har- from the peculiar smell. 300 telephone poles between Mt. Office North blue Main street a few days since. It is lucky for ness and two or three new saddles. Vernon and Livingston. To be 20 H. H. REYNOLDS them that Childers was not at home feet long, inches at top, cliesnut 5 To show how well Gov. We are indebted to Circuit Clerk Miss Sallie Mason, of Hazle' peeled, and distributed along the stands in Rockcaslle, it is Griffin and Andy Fish for assit-anc- e only necessary to call attention to Patch, visited home folks Sunday line over the cbunty road. rendered us this week. A. E. Albright, Sec'y, the fact that at the county convenNoah Mason, who got hii foot Ky- Brodhead Ky, ! M. Pennington has returned tion held here last Saturday, there badly mashed in Berea tunnel, is Dr. Horseshoeing, all 'round, 60 cents. Medical Association at Stan- was not a word of opposition offered at at home. from Wanted". To trade a farm to a Everything furnished. Best nails Pays for tjhfc " to giving Rockcastleites instruct1 t ford. saw mill of from 20 to 25 horse and shoes used. Geo. Evans was seriously hurt a 37'3no ions for his nomination'. Farm locaTwice-a-Wee- k few days since with a Derrick at power in gdod repair. The Telephone people reached ted seven miles, south Mt. Vernon this place Tuesday with their poles "I have used Chamberlain's Langford. Good land plenty of fine t'mber 011 Cough Remedy in my family for W. A. Brooks the popular it. Good crop 'ori it. Apply to or .Crab Orchard, was here a years and always with good results" write J. W. Marler Mt. Vernon says Mr. W B Cooper of El Rio, few days since. ONE WHOLE YEAR. ,.' DEALER IN Ky. I Cal. For small childhen we fiffd it WHISKIES' WINES, &0. &C, 106 six or eight page papers sent drummers, M. especially effective'" For Infants and Children. v Our luHere's your chance. Read T . Thompson, Postpaid by mail. Almost iC, Williams and F. For sale by M. C. & D. N. Wil- The Kind You Have Always Bought the following puzle and comply KY. report a good trade. i: x liams, with it directions and we will send Fine and $2 at Boars tho ' ' Rallod you the Signal one year. Signature of James W. Gentry has returned Picnic .Owing to its having euo su dues. Ti yap repap siht from a years' sbjburn in New York rained on July 4th, I will have anCourier-Jou- r The ewo uoy fi." .We art willing to to his home in Tennessee. other picnic at my beautiful grove nal has the finest war news service give away 500 yearly subscriptions WILDIE. miles east of Brodhead, for the of any paper in the South or West. , Dr. M. Pennington is very busy 2 to that number of people piovided accommodation of all, especially each of them unravels the puzzle In his practice4' nolV, going night HUGH MILLER It is a reliable, accurate, incomthose who missed the enjoyment Kj., and follows the directions therein. W. T. Tharp, ot Winston. All other issues have, parable. and day. of the day on account of the rain. is visiting his father-in-laA. T. been subordinated to this one great HEADQUARTERS FOR 'Squire Robert Brown and Buck Everything will be done to make Fish and other relatives in this Reward. The Crab Orchard, Subscribe at once and feature. COMMERCIAL MEN. iVanion, were. here from Level the day enjoyable. Come every- neighborhood. Stanford and Mt. Vernon Telekeep thoroughy posted. The offer W. G. Adams. traius.-i- a body. Green this week. all at Company will pay $25 re- fiSTPorter may be withdrawn in a short time. Some excitement was caused phone conviction of ward for arrest and Linton, Mary Fox The low price, Misses Sallie This office has just issued a forty here last week on account of a hog any person who cuts the wires or favored this office and Biddie Dolan page catalogue for the Brodhead being afflicted with rabies. A otherwise destroys the property of with a pleasant call' Tuesday. Fair. This, the third exhibition W. H. Jones went co Danville said company. is for the purpose of plapupja great Which takes place 011 Aug. 17 18 on the 12th as a delegate to the C. Gentry has recovered the H. newspaper twice a weskj wthiu to be even better to the Congressional convention. Persons troubled with diarrhoea from' him sometime and 19. promises A good lines stolen the reach of the masses. will be interested in the experience thafi the two successful ones held Manufacturers Armp Gadd is able to be out afSample agents. in possesion of back. They were commission to Mr. W. M. BUsh, clerk of Hotel heretofore. Tlie premium, list is a of Limi: and brick. county. being confined to I113 bed for of to ter copies free. Write parties from' Pulaski Dorrance, Provrdeuce, R. I. He liberal one. In many rings there COURIER-JOURNACO., They also furnish Lime, Building ot T ackson will be no ontrance fee, especially seven weeks. Hellard, v, Granville says: "For several years I have face or cut. Louisville, Ky. Several of our boy have gone been almost a constant sufferer Stone, either quarry .county died suddenly. His wife those for fann products. Remempromptly filled. having' ber the date, be on hands and enjoy to Lexington to join the army. is in jail suspected of from diarrhoea, the frequent attcks Orders poisoned him! Dr. Lawrence, of Mt. Vernon, completely prostrating me and renBy a special arrangement you the ocasion. dering me unfit for my duties at in Wildie, Tuesday last. was' can get the A horse belotieinjr to the Mt. Judge McClure returned from MT. VERNON SIGNAL, Arnold, of Corfway, was 111 hotel. About two years ogo a Mi. Vernon Lime Co., fell over an em- Lexington yesterday. The RockCOURT CALENDAR. salesman kindly gave me a the first of r,he week. bankment, with cart attached, and castle volunteers were mustered' in our town aud the County Court. Fourth Monsmall bottle of Chamberlain's Colic was killed. day iu each month. Henry Brannain'on says he has Cholera and Diarrheoa Remedy. Wednesday afternoon. The officers Coutier Journal Quarterly Court. Fiist Monare: Captain cabbage heads that weigh 8 or 10 Much to my bin prise and delight its Both oue Year for Only. Mrs. D. N. Welsh and children of the company April, July aud immediate. Whenever day iu January, . arrived from Dover, Ky., Tuesday, Treadway, S. D. Lewis, ist Lieu- lbs. In fact, he says he has most effects were I fell symptoms of the disease I October. to join her husband who will locate tenant, Lewis Dilliou. 2nd Lieu- anything you can call for. He would fortify myself against the Circuit Court. Second Montenant; Tom McClure, Corporal expects to make the cabbage heads attack with a few doses of this val- day in February, Fourth Monday at this place. All the weigh 100 lbs. This is for cash subscription!, A. Pennington, Sergeant. uable remedy. The result has been in May aud Third Monday in Sep. e We ifave just completed a Regiment are very satisfactory, and almost com- tember. only. All subscriptions under this companies of the Joe Northern and Belle. Spoon- - plete relief from the afmi:tioll.', catalpgue for' the Brodhead about filled. Lieut. Lewis win Mt. Vernon Police Court. combination offer must be sent amore were marrieu last wees For Vale by M C. & D. N, WilFair, which begins August 17th, probably visit Mt. Vernon Third Monday in each month. JL:?, through the Signal office. Rev Martm officinted liams. and cotainues three days. row- w, Car-mltn- l. The Democratic convention was held last Saturday. The Court House jwas crowded with Rock PHYSICIANS 'and . -- . SURGEONS. tt "" ev-den- ce sse. " Attorney atL.a w, 6&o g 3t- WAGONS H. - Gentry, Attorney at-vJLa,- T Five-year-o- ld Ire as g'ood as BEST J. C. McClary UNDERTAKER. -- At fom-hor- se s d black-smithin- g. Mc-Crea- ry Blacksmith; rJrodhoad, c 50 "i drum-imerl- of TOM FERRELL CourierJounal wide-awak- e CASTOR A ROWLAND, 1 11 OcLzM&y. A Daily Record of War News. Twice-a-week Miller House, w, 50c YEAR, MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY L tra-yelin- g Twice-a-Wee- k , $1.25 .. 40-pag- to-m- L w go As tired in the inorninrr as when to bod! Why is it? Simply because your blood Is In such n poor, this, sluggish condition it doos not keep up your strength mid you do not get tho bcucilt or your sleep. To feci ntronjr and keep strong just try tho tonic and purifying effects of Hood's Barsaparilio. Our word for it, 't will do you Rood. "I'm So Tired I" I Miood's I America's Sarsaparilla Greatest Medicine. S5 Hood's Pills nnlrt-IIcnrt- euro nil r.lvcr Ills. cents. nrpljr. A A naval ofilccr very well and favorably known in London has for some unknown reason been advanced in his profession very lowIy, though lie has grown gray in tiic service, and, indeed, lamentably bald. one of his juniors was bold enough to question him as to his remarkable absence of hair. "How comes it that you are so very bald!" The officer replied promptly and with much vindietivencw: "Young man, you would be bald, I think, if you had had men stepping over yoiir head for years in the way I have. London Judy. Bp-tcnt- ly A powder to bo shaken into the shoes. At this season your feet feel swollen, nervous and hot, and get tired easily. If you have smarting feet or light shoes, try Allen's Foot-EasIt cools the feet and makes walking easy. Cures swollen and sweating feet, blistcis and callousspots. Itclievcscornsiind bunions of all nainnndgivesrestandcomfort. Try It Sold by nil druggistsnndshoe stores for 2oe. Tri.il package FltKK. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Leltoy, N.Y. Clancy Casey? Casey Yis. "Don't ycz wish thot Olicland bc'ongctl to Shpain?" Vuck. Try Allen' Foot-Kns- c, Freedom Asmireil Tlicm. a Oolil in One IJajr Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c To Cure Talcs Laxative The niohalily quels licrdiiso he is sue .1 lady-kille- gets bou-l- i Chi- - .i(ju In a uaii) Ilnll'N Cntnrrli Cure Constitutional Cute.. Price 7oc. of Huiinhine is a good L. A. W. Ilullctin. spiing medicine. "IliKe'Vliloride OPEN LETTERS FROM. Jonnio E. Groon and Mrs. Harry Hardy. Jennie E. Giwen, Deumark, lavra, writes to Mrs. Pinlcham: "I bad beca 6ick at my monthly-periodfor seven years, and tried almost everything I ever heard of, but without any benefit. Was troubled with backache, headache, pains in the shoulders and dizziness. Through my mother I was induced to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and it has done me so much good. I am now sound and well." Mrs. HAimr IlAitDV, Riverside, Iowa, writes to Mrs. Pinkham tho story of her struggle with serious ovarian trouble, and the benefit she received from the use. of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. This is her letter: " How thankful I am that I took your medicine. I was troubled for two years with inflammation of the womb and ovaries, womb was also very low. I was in constant misery. I had heart trouble, was short of breath and could not walk five blocks to save my life. Suffered very much with my back, had headache all the time, was nervous, menstruations were irregular and painful, had a bad discharge and was troubled with bloating. I was a perfect wreck. Had doctored and taken local treatments, butstillwasno better. I was advised by one of my neighbors to write to you. I have now finished the second bottle of Mrs. Vegetable Compound, and am better in every way. I am able to do allmyownworkandcan walk nearly a mile without fatigue; something1 I had not been able to do for over two years. Your medicine has done mo moro pood thnn oil tlin doctors." Pink-ham- 's i iTnnTini. JrJ&Aal mini nnn i'" T3;r.tr r. .ura swhb anon ns- - i.: rri jffi aw 1 por infants The .""Mii-iNM- ,,r iii' ,i,ii? ... I....U...I An Ilniir Onme, A YOUTHFUL REASONER. TUNNEL DISASTER.,. Doctor You arc all run down. You must travel for a few months; that's the only Applies) Ills Stnily of Rntnrnl Histhing that will save you. You need change In the Twinkling of an Kye tho IAratTcf He tory to the-- Solution of n Sciof scene and nir. Men Hnuffed Out nt Kitten entific Problem. Patient Hut tiavcling's all I've done for Cleveland. the last ten years. I'm a salesman for a big eastern house and often go from the Atlantic "Jolinny," exclaiwrd Mr. Klykins, "what Ci.Kvni.ANP, O., July 12. Tho lives arp you doing?" to the Pacific at a jump, "Then what you need is rest and quiet. of 11 men were snuffed out labile "Thinking, sir." , Three dollars, please." Chicago Evening twinkling of nn oyo Monday "How dare you waste your time thinking, cvonihg when you ought to be studying your lesMews. in tho big waterworks tunnel that is ion?" Itctlnctlon In Illcyclc Price. being constructed under bottom" of "I was thinking about my lesson. It is said that western capitalists are con- Lake Eric, as a result of tho explosion "What book are you engaged in perusing an organization of a great bitemplating the at this time?" inquired the old gentleman. s cycle company, which hopes to make of gas. "Natural history." wheels and sell them as low as $10. "Ah, a very useful nnd interesting study. Following nro tho names of thoss Whether this be true or not, tho fact rebroadens the ideas nnd assists in taking mains that llostcttcr's Stomach Hitters is a who were killed: John Parks, fore- It mind from the customary cares of life the s remedy for the BtomaclK. liver and man, S3 years old nnd single; James without the danger of demoralization which blood, and the price puts it within everyfrivolous forms of diverbody's reach to be well and strong. For Parks, brother of John, SO years old sometimes attends ' sion." fever and ague it is a specific. and single; John Fradcy, an Italian, 22 "Ves, sir." years old nnd single; Tony Urunottl, "How far nlong have you proceeded in A Credit to the Family. Italian, 22 years old and single; Jbrm the study of natural history?" "I'm learning about amphibious animals "That's n pretty big assignment' clucked , Italian, 18 years old and slnr now." the city editor's hen, contemplating the 1(1 "And a highly interesting branch of tho eggs in the nest, "but I'm going to try to gle; Emerson Smith, bricklaycr,?f44 kingdom. Can you name cover it." years old, married; John MeAuloy,' 21 animal animal one with which mi are wo And about three weeks later she led a years old, married; Wm. Tucker, col- all familiar?" And Mr. Itlykins folded his column of chicks proudly into the city edibefore tor's garden. Chicago Tribune. ored, 20 years old and single; Gus hands of wise him and gazed at his son with expectancy. a look Watts, 28 years old, wife and several "I think so. Is man nn animal?" The Adirondack Mountain. "In the scientific sense, yes." The heart of this wonderful region of children; Frank Clements, married, "And an amphibious animal is one that mountains, lakes, and streams is ti a versed with sovcral children; Frank Hunes, consumes both nir and water?" by the New York Central & Hudson Hivcr married, aged 2.3. "Yes." Itailroad, and to more fully inform the pub-li"Then If he The tunnel is nn immense affair, be- would a man is one.having weren't, what regarding its beauties and easy means of be the use of any soda founaccess the Passenger Department has issued ing projected to extend outward from tains?" Washington Star. a book entitled "In the Adirondack Moun- the shore for a distance of four and a tains," describing in detail each resort, and With n Trowel. containing also a laigc map in colors giving half miles, and it has been under conThose people who nre anxious to a list of hotels, camps, lakes, etc., together struction for more thnn a ycnr.i The the mystciies of freemasonry aredive into recomwith their location; it has also issued a large work has been attended with great mended to become initiated into the famous folder, with map, entitled, "The Adirondack said Mountains and How to Kcach Them," giv- difficulty. About six weeks ago there order, and not fo do ns a callow youth islearn lecently. Anxious to ing complete information regarding stage was an explosion of gas in the shore to have done responsibilities what are the nnd duties atlines, steamers, hotels, etc. taching book A copy of the book will be sent to any ad- end of the big hole, which killed eight; entitled to membership, he purchased ain "Masonry Dams." Ho is still stamps, or the men and injured a number of others.' dark about the nature of n freemason's tho dress on receipt of two oath, stamp, by GKOHfJK II. folder for one but he ought to know a good deal nhont obDANIKLS, General Passenger Agent, Grand Soon afterward a large pocket structing the flow-o- f water.' Moonshine. was struck and work was Central Station. New York. The constopped for some time. Ilend' to Correct All l'rror.s. A STARTLED MOTHER. tractors then asked for permission to Old Skinflint (gruffly) Fifteen dollars for deflect the course of tho tunnel from, those onera glase? I can't see it, sir. From Hie Frcenort (III.) Bulletin. Optician (blandly) Fcilnps I should first the routo fixed by the city engineers', While busy at work in her home, Mrs. fit you with a pair of mj $18 gold spectacles. but was refused. Work was finally William Shay, corner of Taylor and HanJewelers' eckly. ...p.i ..n.l n 1 lin.l tt.nM.nicnH .... .... . , cock Avenues, l'reeport, III,, was startled liy Hearing a noise just ucliini! her. Nerves Out of Time. fully until Monday evening, when this turning 1(1.1 .la .l.n .l.inrtj rf i tiillutn.l i .1 hi, rr q u i ckly get out of tune tlitough lack of care nnd latest and most horrible accident she saff ' urcmc out inio uiscorus wncn came. creeping touched, so the human nerves get out of The explosion occurred at a few min- t o w a r it tunc, and make everybody miserable that utes before 7 o'clock Monday evening, her- her comes in contact with them. Every tobacco-user'four- car-olnerves are out of tune more or less, but nobody will ever bo ablo to tell (laughnerves are reand the leal tobacco-slave'ter, laxed to the utmost. is the tun- - what caused it, or how it happened, The which tiuhtens the neives. makes for every witness is dead nnd tho bod' them respond quickly to the emotions, re- ies of all are lying where they foil, m n v e d sulting in the happiness of all. over the guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak 0,000 feet out under the lake. Tho lloor with men strong. We advise all tobacco users to only man in the tuuncl who escaped a n e f take death is Con. O'Donncll, tender, 1...1 I.,. Shau """ Starttcd. ed When a man begins to go down hill he who was stationed S,700 feet from tho k i a mwith joy at finding her mother, The filled find the law of giavitation and the encourrest oMhc happening is best told in the agement of his friends help him along. Chi- shore. PilIU He heard the explosion or scries of tJIUtlll'l H IJW1I HUIUH, Clll 189(1, cago Dailj Xcws. "On the 28th of Sept., while in the explosions. He saj-- s there were ten of bloom of health, lien trice was suddenly nnd Ilnvo You n Son, llrotlicr, wvcrcly afllictcd with spinal meningitis. shocks, and the concussion was FTusband or Lover in the Army or Navy? the Strong and vigorous before, in live weeks a 25c. package of Allen's something terrible, for it throw bira she became feeble and suffered from a paraMail him Foot-Easa powder for the feet. All who off his feet, and for hours bo was in lytic stroke which twisted her head back to march, walk or stand need it. It cures ach- such a dazed condition and it impossible for her to that be could the sidelimb. mule speech, however, was not feet, and ing, tired, sore, swollen, Her move a makes hot, tight or new shoes easy. Feel scarcely remember what had hap- affected. We called in our family doctor, can't Blister, get Sore or Callous where pened. He finally groped bis way out one of the most experienced and successful 10,000 testiis used. Allen's Foot-Eas- e practitioners in the city. He considered monials. All druggists nnd shoe stores sell and told what hud occurred. lleforc long litllic case a very grave one. it, 2."c. Sample sent FREE. Address Alien Two men, Patrick Vonseer and Mar- tle lleatricc was compelled to weir a plaster S. Olmstcad, Le Roy, N. Y. tin McCauley, were tho first to ven- piris jacket. Prominent physicians were lOiKtilted, electric batteries were applied, "Were you a gust at thejiotel while von ture in the tunnel after the necident but no benefit was noticed until we tried were away. Blodgelt?" "Guest Not much. occurred. They made their way to n l)r. Williams' Pin'.: Pills for Pale People. I paid cash." Chicago Record. Husy in my kitchen one nltcrnoon I was Irtrti K Oftft Tif4' frt ahik tint clinMn " " ' ! "lirtled by the cry of Mamna' froiirlittlc The lake and rail arrangements of the Bal- there overcome by tho gas and full to ft)c;ltricc who was creeping towards me. I timore & Ohio Railroad for this year are prac- the 'lloor. When they failed to l,nd placed her on an improvised bed in the tically the same as were in effect in 1897. return, a young man ntimn.l lnmno IKiriOT. OI1C UCCaillU lllfU III nilllll.K Jul Jlli; Freight for Lake Superior ports is sent by to come back and made up her mind to go to way of the Northern Steamship Company Clements, son of one of the men me. so her story 'Jly I'mk nils made me and the Owen line is used for the Lake who was killed and who wns employed walk,' which she tells everyone, whoenmes to M'cliican norts. The trans-lakErie ar our house, was then for the first time verirangements arc with the Detroit Steam Nav- as a mule driver, went to their rescue. fied. She has walked ever since. She has igation Company between Cleveland and He found them almost unconscious, now taken about nine boxes of the pills nnd Detroit and the Ashley & Dmtin Line and her pale and pinched face has been growing the Michigan & Ohio Car Ferry Company lying over a mule cart, and succeeded rosy, and her limbs gained strength day by in helping them to tho well at tho day. She sleeps all night long now, w bile beSandusky and Detroit. between shore end of tho tunnel. Tho would-b- e fore taking the pills she could reft but n few Pills n time." flic outcome of baseball gune3 and burk-wherescuers say that all tho lights hours at People are Dr. Williams Pink sold by nil druggists. for Pale cakes usually depends upon the batwere out beyond the 5,000 feet lock ter. Chicago Daily News. A Scnlrtl ClnpNtlon. and that they could not go any AVIient 10 Ccntit a rtunlici. Teacher Can nny of you tell me what wc further. . ...... .fl.nnt i...'4l. I.!., rtwiflt n4 Al TTn ect from the Arctic regions things that A second rescuing party was made there has been n great deal of controversy cents and samples of Salzer's lied Cross (80 over in recent years? Bushels per acre) Winter Wheat, Rye, Oats, up of Patrick Gaytons, Mike McGau-leEntire Class Clovers, etc., with Farm tSeed Catalogue for Dan Rogers, Barney Hughes and Chicago Evening (in chorus) Explorers. . . . nnt, .,t,ni. News. fiir irnr . ou.r.iv oiwaj Ed CorbetU It failed utterly in ac4 cents postage. ,iuu.i CO., La Crosie, Wis. k Mnny I'eonle Cannot DrlnU complishing anything, as the tunnel A woman s idea of u personal devil is a was filled with foul gus and smoke. In coffee nt night. It spoils their sleep. You Grain-when you please nnd sleep can neighboring woman who talks about her. an interview Ed Corbctt said: ''When like drink For Gmin-- decs not stimulate; a top. Chicago IXiily News we got out 5,100 fcot we found it nourishes, cheers nnd feeds. Yet it looks nervous Piso's Cure is the medicine to break up tho electric! lights were not burn- and tastes like the best coffee. For Grain-persons, young people and children children's Coughs nnd Colds. Mrs. M. G. ing from The is tho perfect drink. Made from pure there on out. Blunt. Spraguc. Wash.. Mairh 8. '04 gas and smoke were terrible. Wc had grains. Got a package from your grocer to- wet handkerchiefs over our noses and aay. l ry it in place ot cotiee. la nnu c. mouths and' went 200 feet further into People are beginning to admit that many tho pitchy darkness, but tho gas and jnen aie looking for work who do not want smoke almost overcame us, and wc were It. Atchison Globe. forced to return. Nothing can bo acFits stopped free and pel inanently cured. complished in tho way of getting tho No fits after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Free $2 trial bottle & bodies until the tunnel Is lighted nud Great Nerve Itcstorcr. Arch St., Phila.. Pa. tieatisc. Dr. Kline, 033 sulphur gas and smoke are cleared the and Children. r iii m i out. It is sure death to try to reach THE MARKETS. the bodies now. As far out as wc got Cincinnati, July 12. tho base of tho tunnel was covered to LlVn STOCK Cnttlc,common.$ 3 00 (ii 3 75 Select the depth of a foot with substance re- "OAT.VKS tutcliersgood light.. a w CC 4 35 0 St (160 Fulr to 3 25 CO 3 70 sembling snow in its appearance." IlOGSt'ommou 3 00 3 85 first-clasfirst-clase A TRAVELLER'S TESTIMONY. What He Carried on the Cars. To Take when Travelling. Every traveller knows that continuous Journeying on the railroad 19 very opt to derange the system In some way. In spite of spring and soft scats there is n contin. nous ar and vibration, which ct upon the nervous system, and produces results varying somewhat, according to the strength e.f the traveller or his predlsposl. tlon to borne specific ailment. The most common consequence ol continuous car riding Is constlnntlon. And this condition invariably produces headache, nnd tends to biliousness. J. J. Converse, St. Louis. Mo., found n way to avoid the evlt effects of constipation, to which he was subject when travelling. He carried with him "the pill that will" cure constipation and nil its sequent sufferings. This Is what he says: "Travelling on the car tend'j to constipation with me, but by using Dr. J. C, Aycr's Pills moderately, my bowels are kept In healthy action. They also prevent headache." J. J. Couvkrse.SUIouU.Mo. Dr. Ayer's rills ore good for constipation under all circumstances and conditions. They have cured long standing cases after every other medicine had lalltd. Uev. E. JlAttLOWit, Atlanta, Ga. Constipation Is, perhaps, the mod serf, mis physical evil ol It Is like the Octopus, that grapples its victim and fastens its tentacle an trunk and limb one after another, until nt last. Iticnnntilcr. of longer resistance, the helpless being succuraos to nis irightnii loc. coustlpa. tlon Is the beginning of many of the mot murderous maladies, the clogged system, becoming charged with poisons that affect the liver smt kidneys, and prostrate the entire be i nir mentally, morally, omr physically. Dr. Ayer's I'ltls will cure constipation. If yon doubt It send for Dr. AVer's Cllrehnntc. fr... ...inlnln. ih. testimony ol thoie cured by this remedy. I Address J. C Ayer Co- -, Lowell, Mas. Francis n. nnrtowe, of Atlanta, Oa., In point. He writes; "For some years past, I was subject to constipation, from which. I suffered In. creasing inconvenience, in spite of the use ol medicine of various kinds, until some mouths ago, wheu I began taking Dr. J. C. Ayer's l'llls. They have entirely corrected the costive habit, and vastly Improved ray general health." (Re v. FKANCi iiiiMisMi mi ' 11 WS3 A Beautiful Present sir f hd we m aula isnnnriKiiwwiii'tw mm CLffs CMt FOUND ft "! Of ANT s d s lilM-tric- e inc-ke- r child m rfflTTCfllJ "J.CJiUBINGERBROS'C? KtOKUK Or THIS 1TIPCH WR.I OTnta STAICV. .F (v .W1 CO FREE for a Tew month to all nsers of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flatlron wbH Brand). To induce you to try this brand or starch, so that yowmay find out for yourself that all claims for its- superiority and economy arc true, the makers have had prepared, at great expense, a, series of four GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the $10,000 originals by Muville, which will be given you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, arc 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 arc not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in the manner specified. The subjects are: American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant, English Quail, English Snipe. The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as. life-- . Each Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. TO-DA- ELASTIC STARCH has been the standard for 25 years. TWENTY-TWO AULLION All purchasers of threo 10 ennt or six Scent pncknRrs of Elastic Htarch packages of this brand were sold lascycar. That's how good it is. ASK YOUR DEALER no substitute. 1 beautiful flame Plaques free. Tho tiiuquos will not bo sent by mail. They can bo obtainnd only from your (trocer. (Flat Iron llrjmd), nro ontillod to llisirBmrcr mm or thi-s- e to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Stardu Accept Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. Do not ilnlay. T.'ilsoffnr is for n short timo onV, the omaha Exposition IS REACHED DIRECT BY THC If you uro Boiiijr to WE y, 9itt uttoml (and it will bo what you can ill afford to miss), you ivill find this tho best lino to- take. - SUPERIOR EQUIPMENT, PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPINQ CARS, RECLINING CHAIR CARS (SEATS FREE) ANDTHC offer. SEE. C. C. WARNER. a Vice-Pro- Only Line Direct to the Grounds. Agent for further partlcutera. W. B. DODDRIDGE, H. C. TOWNSEND, General Manutcer, Oun'l l'aaa'raud Ticket JLgaat. ST. LOUIS. MO. Ulont, m "CLEANL3NESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS" NO PRASSE IS TOO GREAT FOR A WORLD WHERE ii Kind You Have 8 Bought : 1X1 cgctablcPrcnarationfor As SHAFTER'S REPORT. similating IhcToodandRcgula-lin- g Hie S tamachs antlBowds of Bears the Signature t Tito Killed nnd I'uur Wounded Sunday Afternoon llattle at do G'ub.i. I In tho Srxu-tin- PromotesDigcstion,ChcerJul-ncs- s Wot ISTAnc otic. JmpZm Stti" JlxSmna jbiuc&rd Jhmemint -Jji Cuieno&Soa rtanfud Juear . and Rcst.Contfllris neither Opium.Morph'mii nor Mineral. JW XavearOtSIIrSiWSlTELPllZEER Washington, July 12. The following report of casualties in tho first division at, Santiago Sunday was received at the war department Monday afternoon: Tlava iii:i. Em:, July 12. Killed Capt. Charles W. Howell, 2d Infantry, and Private Peterson, Company A, 2d infantry. Wounded Lieut. M. J. Lutz, 2d in- 3 (W it, 3 110 I.luht dhlppcrsi 3 23 6b 3 75 0 110 ii 0 45 LAM US Spring 3 50 4 3 75 FLOUK Winter family U 77 OltAIN Wheat No.,- - rcd.ncw 70, No. 3red f(0 315$ Corn No. S mixed B 2W No 2 Oats & 41 live No. 2. 0 25 000 choice ITAYPrlma to (frill 50 l'KOVIP10NS"Mts Pork.... ftt 5 17 steam 12 Sft BUTTKU-Cholco dairy 18 creamery & Primo to choice 350 j 4 Ml APPLKSNcw southern per obi.... 2 CO 285 POTATOKhNew, Mixed packers SHKBPChotco h: Go to your grocer and get a 15c. package of to-d- ay Pago Illustrated Catalogue, describing all of the famous WINCHESTER AND GUNS uOiH-- U It takes the place of coffee at the cost. Madctfrom pure grains it is nourishing and healthful. Insist th At you r irroccr glrea 70a Git A IN O. iict.ept do lummuuD. WINCHESTER AMMUNITION sent free to any address. Send your name on a postal card to WINCHESTER REPEATING 1 CHICAGO. 2 red OKAIN- - Whciit-N- tJ; Nn. 3 Chicago spring. COUN-N- o. 2 OATS No. 2 POHIC Mcsh FI.OUK Winter patents -- 4 10 4 25 Hi 3 70 23 9 80 5 37 4 10 frl 78U ARMS CO., 80 Winchester Ave. , New Havxn, Ct. i tm-iiiimm-- lfannfifl -- ' ' llfc&rpmro flora: Apcrfcct Remedy forConslipa- - lion.SourStomach.Diarrhoca, Worms .Convulsions .Fcvcnsh-nc-ss ondLoss OF SLEEP. of l iav The W Aj Kind VjT You Have ft fantry. Privates: Charles Janch, Company A, 2d infantry; Charles Lcntlci, Company I, 2d infantry, and Nelson Gilbert, jr., 21st infantry. SiiArrKn. Ji'ntlilnc lint Unconditional Surrender. LAHUStcam t& 24 0 85 5 40 amsm-KiF NI'.W YOUK. FT.OU- K- Winter patent WHKA- T- No. 2 red .. . ::u:: COKN No. 2 mixed KYE OATS POIMf 425 92 f.0 LAKU western FLOUR Family Mixed....Now mess....... IIAIVTIMOKK. 10 00 38 27 ?4 10 60 0 00 37K rg ItKAPKUS OF THIS PAPL'B DES1H1NG TO UUY ANVTIIINO AllVKKTISKD IN ITS COLUMNS SHOtlLI) INSIST UPON IIAVINU WHAT THKV ASK FOH. UKKUHINO ALL 8UBST1TUTKS Oil IMITATIONS. 5 CO Facsimile Signature NEW YORK. Iways Bought. exact copy or weabpcb. ASTORIA Mr:ft' TNC CCNTAUH COMPANY. HEW YORK OITY. o. Ni:w York, July 12. A Playa del GKA1N Wheat-N-wncat S southern Corn Mixed Esto cable says that Gen. Torul's propOatsNo. 2 white osition to surrender Santiago was to live No. Swostcrn OATTLR First not destroy ships, harbor forts or am- 'HOGS Western quality munition, if allowed to evueunto tho INDIANAPOLIS. city, the soldiers taking only sido tJHAIN Wheat No. 2 No. 2 mixed Corn arms, and being allowed 20 miles start Oats No. 2 mixed without molestation. A report saya LOUISVII.I.K. Winter that Shaftcr and his officers thought FLOUR Wheat-N- o.patent rod 2 the proposition should be accepted, GRAIN Mixed Corn 600 81K 8S 35 301 45 4 70 4 40 7514 31 . 29itt 4 40 4 35 AUTlrUM.T Thn Dnnl DnnL' On WAR HID UCOl UUUntho II nil D0uuil;iudsum- li tlieonlr turocure In Allen's T7Icerlne8iitvp Ulcera, Ilnne Vlrera, tuouslr Illustrated (irirrci),rrrt to anfbodr sending the world for :lironlo two annual subscriptions at $1 inch to tho Overland Hcroruluus Ulcn". Vurlvote Ulcera, While Muniuij,aAn ruAntiPtu. sample vi.erianuue. It Hwellliie, Fever Horea, nnd all Old Uorea.and poison. hiiTmt 01 po ne on t all I 25 3 75 4 00 70 DestsalToiorlloll". Ciirbunelea, lMlea, Hnlt Kheiim, Iliirna, Cuts and all FreU Wound. BtmallmRll.Met Clo. lloolc froo. .1. 1. AI.I.KN MKIUCIM. CO., Nt. Pul, Minn. Sold by DruggUts. novor falls. Draws suffering. Can-- i permanent. F treatment free. WELL cases. t?r for Q of NBWDISCOVERY; erlre. quirk relief waM'aD v V testimonials aad cures worst bend and.ioduys UKkij'S Look Dr. U. U. MACHINBRY-A- U, 1.00MI8 es K.- -E SUW.lUuu, Ua. OUIO. rdiH.ifcrn33fri;i ill Ills. WHfUi: HSI- nyman, itsmu. KINDS AM) KIZKS. f VliUm. yt"1 "M''MWWflp but nothing but unconditional sur render would be consented to by tho president Oats Mixed PORK Mess... L'AHD-Stoam;;.?. 0 10 27 50 660 31 Dcat Ooiwh inillBB. BOia Sjrup. Tastes Good. DT I3ao A. N. 1717 urvKKIBlB. WIIE.V "WniTIXO TO AI1VEKTI8EKH J1 t, i ." iw ' wICTflfft ;.".'. '" m please stnte that yon law tie. d.dvr41v tent la thU V09r t nfcwi t ,p.m,n.,,i.M