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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1898 mou1898072201 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. ' Miinl VOLUME XII. AMERICAN B V filial NUMBER 45. ' TO STORM Tliom-inl- s MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, J UL Y 22, 1898. Santiago, Cuba. July 18. Tho American flag is floating in triumph oTcr the governor's palace atSantlago do Cuba. Gen. McKibbon has becnap-pointe- d temporary military governor. The crcmony of hoisting the stars and stripes was worth nil the blood and treasure it cost. A vast concourse of 10,000 people witnessed the stirring and thrilling scene that will live forever in the minds of all Americans present. A finer stage setting for a dramatic episode it would bo The palnce, a difficult to imagine. picturesque old dwelling in the Moorish style of architecture, faoes tho Plaza do La Kclnn, the principal pubOpposite rises the imposlic square. On ono ing Catholic cathedral. side is a quaint brilliantly painted building with broad verandas tho club of San Carlos, on the other, a building of much the same description is the Cafe do La Vonui Across the plaza was drawn up tho 0th Infantry, headed by the 0th cavalry band. In tho street facing the palace stood a picked troop of the 2d cavalry, with drawn sabers, .under command of Capt. IJrett. Massed on the stone flagging between the band and the lino of horsemen were the brigade commanders of Gen. Sliafter's di vision with their staffs. d On the roof of the palace stood Capt. McKlttrick, Lieut. Miley and Lieut. Wheeler, immediately above them, upon tho flagstaff, the illuminated Spanish arms aud tho All legend, "Vivo Alfonso XIII." red-tile- ON THE WAY. MANILA. the FLAG. llio l'orto Klein KzpriUtton, Uniler Command of Gen. Miles, Left blboiiey, Cuba, Monday. of Insurgents Surround City nnd Can letter nt Any Time August! Advised to Surrender. THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, STANFORD. OR u n I Manila, July 13, via Hong Kong, Washington, July 19. Gens Miles, expedition, .July 19. Au important interview has leading the Porto Rlcan Y. just been held between Gen. BuooeMers to the Lincoln National Bank. left Siboney, Cuba, Monday on secretary, Legarda; and a with four batteries of artillery and a fow seasoned troops. Two bri- prominent native white man, and the By provision of its charter, depositors are as fully protected gades now at Charleston embarked depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually Monday on transports to take, them to TWENTY-ONGUNS FIRED. SALUTE OF furged Gen. August! to surrender tho liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par valu Porto Rico. All the force at Tampa, city, asserting that 50,000 insurgents thereof iu addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may act will 13,000 strong, embracing artillery, Executor, Administrator, Trustee r Receiver, as as individual, bo put aboard ship as rapidly as trans- Jjurrounded Manila and were able The Spanish Troops Stack Their Anns Thus ports can be gotten thero and sont to (far, eater it at any moment. they added, tho insurgents had Uctwccn the Lines With ImGen. reinforce our other troops. Ibeen restrained with difficulty; but if Condition of Co., Farmer Bank and pressive Ceremonies. the first and Brooke will take itho Spaniards continued stubborn, tho second divisions of his corps from ford. Kentucky. December 31, 1806. Gen. result would be that tho insurgents Chickamauga to Porto Rico. Would be compelled to bombard and RESOURCES: LIABILITIES: Gen. McKllihon Acting Military Governor Itrooko left here MonTlay afternoon for fctorm Notes nnd BUI 1302,015.21 the of tautlago Tito Itnrbor Clcnrrd of Capital Stock 1200,000.01 Chickamauga to get his troops started. laughter, city "with the inevitable Other Stooks and Bonds 1,993.82 unparalleled in history, Mine uml Torpedoes l'Stlt 4 202.41 Surplus Fund Overdrafts 19.433.4J It is expected that the whole expediDue from Banks 46,239.20 , Individual Deposits, f.... ia the excitement of battle thev Banking u ml Dili Infantry to (Jiiurd. 155.5M.OJ 6,400 00 Home and Fixtures tion will be under way within the tan not discriminate." Due to Banks. 12.013.41 25,59X20 Cub next four days. It has been decided 'Continuing, 1337,015,60 the captain general's (337,043.91 to retain Gen. Shatter's brigade at .visitors In I'r.oNT of Santiaoo, July 18, via advised him to disregard the Santiago for an indefinite period. fiuantanamo Hay. Old Olory is now official fictions regarding alleged Washington, July 10. It is esti- Spanish victories in iloatlug over the fortifications of SanDIRECTORS: Cuba and reinMiles should arrive. mated that Gen. tiago. J. J. Williams, Mi Vernon. S. J. Emhry, Stanford. coining to tlie Philippine by Wednesday night at the point- - forcements propose At 9 o'clock Sunday morning tho J. F. Cash, Stanford. glands, and a reconciliation J. S. Owsley, Stanford. selected for the landing, and wit between the Spaniards J. B. Owsley, Stanford. Spanish troops under command of A. W. Carpenter, Stanford. Philipin Cicn. hoist the American flag at once over pines, under a republican the and a William Gooch, Stanford. W. IT. Cummins, Lincoln County. Toral left their trenches and flag, J. E. Lynn, Stanford. Porto Rlcan soil. The point chosetf jointtlondeavor to persuade tho Amcr-lt- S. II. Shanks, Stanford. marched into the American lines, N. Mcncfee, Stanford. for his landing is kept secret, us the icon where one by one the regtyncnts laid abandon hostilities in the General will land boforo the full body At the same time down their arms. IJhll piue islands. Finally, the repre S. H. SHANKS, President. J, B. OWSLEY, Cashiw. of the expedition is at hand, and it is" sent; tlvcs of the insurgents the Spanish Hag was hauled down and proposed W..M. BRIGHT, Teller. consequently not desirable that the an appeal to the powers to recognize the stars and stripes hoisted in its enemy should bo able to assemble a the pluce. 9"We solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, and dependence of the Philippine superior force to meet him. The work of loading the Spanish they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier The purpose of Secretary Alger is to tfThe captain general prisoners on.transports preparatory to about, pressing against the veranda replied that he sending them back to Spain will bo rails, crowding to windows and doors make the Porto Riean campaign a short! must fight, however hopeless the Spancommenced as soon as ships are pro- and lining the roofs, were the people of ono. An overwhclminc force will be ish cause. ' thrown upon the island and it is pos-- J Legarda then returned to Cavito, vided. principally women and tho town, boj The authorities at Washington have As the chimes of the old sible that a bloodless victory" will taking with him the native, who is a been urged to use haste in this matter. cathedral rang out the hour of 12 the achieved when the Spanish become con It has been suggested to use Spanish infantry and cavalry presented arms. vinced that they have no reasonable. if ' Thfe IiatlvM Insifln tlii tliov transports for the work, fear being ex- Every American uncovered, and Capt. chance to resist successfully. The "8 received, a fortnight ago, a 'concerted is absolutely necessary to tne young man or young woman who would win success in life. Ihis being conceded, it in of the first important fn rr.t. vmi pressed that the uso of American ves- McKlttrick hoisted tho stars and peditlon is to comprise 00,000 men . ..... iirnal to nrenare for stormlnrr the training at the school that c..i.rH m mu very lruub rank tho obMuua n !. sels would result in rendering' them stripes. As the brilliant folds un- the start, and it will be swelled soo alls. A second signal, filing the dangerous for use in moving American furled in a gentle breeze against a to 40,000 men and if necessary to 70,00; tute ot the assault, has not vet been troops on account of the exposure of ficcklcss sky, the cavalry band broke men, the equipment of the voluntee Mined, nnd hey arc tired of waitlnn tho Spaniards to yellow fever. Into the strains of "The Star Spangled forces having now progressed so wel dare losing faith iu Aguinaldo. Washington; July 18. Cicn. Orcoly, Banner," making the American pulso ns to warrant the statement that tha .'he latter, it is alleged, finds it ex11:02 a. in. remen can be ready for chief signal oftlccr. at leap and the American heart thrill with number of tpnelr difficult to capture tho town in Porto Rico within a vcrvvshort ceived tho first word of tho formal sur- Joy. i ftifiUionS His previous successes, SF render of Santiago to the American Lt--J' At the samo instant the sound of tho time, . l mt rwm rw ouOvcre easy, Awcaiise vi,i . iw sw ri'j'fi ww in forces. Ills advices came trom iiiojijR- dlstantooiningJpfVCtJICnproji5jat that-wi- l ' ' ml 'officer af'Santlao1 and said that tery, firing a salute of 21 guns, driftcd" Eninna. are anions' the troops' his skirmishers. It is further al tho Spanish troops left the trenches in. When the music ceased from, all bo sent to Porto Rico. The 2d, 4th and ed that the principal points capWrite for beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupvintrnromU and marched out Sunday morning, lay- directions around our line came float- Otli Ohio regiments, the 1st and 3d red bj the insurgents were obtained nent positions all over the United States It will be mailed FREE. 17J Kentucky and the 100th Indiana are ssession of through treachery. ing down, their arms. The Spanish ing across the plaza the strains of tho Chickamauga flag was hauled dow n. regimental bands and the mullled, among the troops at Tho insurgents are now brincinc Tho war department posted tho fol- hoarse cheers of our troops. Tho in- which will also bo sent to Porto Rico. tillery around by sea from Mala- JWIkfVl 11 Vt A JS LJV M M Washington, July lOThc Porto n, which lowing bulletin at 5:15 p. in. Sunday: fantry came to "order arras" a moment is tedious and trouble If m: Cuiia, July 18. Adju- later, after tho flag was up, and tho Rico expedition is being rushed. It mc work. They are also obtaining Santiago tant General United States Army: band played "Rally Round the Hag, was authoritatively stated Monday tailed reports of the condition of SI Gen. McKibbon night that already 0,000 regular jfafrs from tho inside of the city." have the honor to announco that the Hoys." Instantly I upon transports at Tampa, lAdtn. Dewey is establishing a American flag has been this instant, called for three cheers for Gen. Sliaf- troops are more IS o'clock noon, hoisted over the house tcr, which were given with great en- and if they have not already sailed Druggists and Pharmacists. rlct blockade, lest it be invalidated in the city of thusiasm, tho band playing Sousa's they will debark within the next four of tho civil government permitting neutrals to visit Cavite n1 Santiago. An immense concourse of "Tho Stars nnd Stripe's Forever." Tho days. ul Malabon, and send and receive people present. A squad of cavalry ceremony over, Gen. Sliaftcr and hla alls inclosing surreptitious Spanisli CERVERA'S FLEET. Mil VY aud a regiment of infantry presenting staff returned to the American lines, spatches. He lias threatened to sta- arras and band playing national airs. leaving the city in the possession of The Infunt.t Slnrhi Teresa uml Cristobal an warships opposite the city, which J3i HI Light battery fired salute 21 guns. tho municipal authorities, subject to iglit precipitate hostilities, as tho Colon May lie &aved The Other Perfect order is being maintained by the control of Gen. McKibbon. unish officers declare they will cer Aro Hopelessly Wrecked. We carry Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, comDistress is rii Gen. Toral, the municipal government. nly fire on any American within Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj ic 5 very great, but little sickuess in town. mander of the Spanisli forces, is utterOff Santiago, July 19. Capt. Cook, nge, regardless of tho consequences. Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &u PrescripHe spoko bitterly of of the Brooklyn, is authority for the the second installment of Scarcely any yellow fever. ly American tions carefully compounded at all hours. A small gunboat and about 200 seathe fate which compelled him to sue statement that the former Spanisli 'ops is expected here daily and tha Give us a call for goods usually kept in a men left by Cervera have surrendered for peace, but had no word to say flagship, the Infanta Maria Teresa, has t detachments arc booked to arrivo s drugstore. ' to me. Obstructions are being remov- against gallant men who floated off tho reef on which she e early in August, Probably millthe Ho stranded and'that her heavy armament army. Ills ed from mouth of harbor. Upon com- had conquered y operations will be deferred until little is practically uninjured. The captain had that he ing into the city I discovered a perfect declared September dry season, when it la Fighting chance to win. "I would not desire to also says this cruiser will almost surely ler, and, possibly, then bloodshed entanglement of defenses. as tho Spaniards did the first day it see my worst enemy play with the be saved and form any addition to the be unnecessary. t would have cost five thousand lives to cards I held," ho said to one of tho United States navy, a trophy ot the A Spanisli steamer, the Filipinos, Ilattalions of Spanish commissioners. "Every one of my glorious July Third. taken it ifjust been brought in here in the troops have been depositing arms generals w as killed or wounded. I had Tho Cristobal Colon may also be nds of tho insurgents. It appears sinco daylight in armory, over which I not a single colonel left and was sur- saved, though a good deal depends on at she was on tho northern coast havo guard. Oen. Toral formally sur- rounded by a powerful enemy. Wo tho weather, which is very' uncertain d escaping to China with a native rendered tho plaza and all .tores at have counted 07 ships off this port. at this time of tho year. A heavy 3iv on board, when the latter revolt-,- ; (Signed) "And, besides," ho concluded, weari- storm might drive the cruiser so high 0 a.m. killed the Spanibh officers and W. R. SiiAFTjiK, Major General. ly waving his hands towards the city, on the coral reef that It would be im ought he vessel to Cavite. Santiago hi: Cuiia, July 18. Amid "I have secret troubles there." possible to float her, Spaniards are dally employing Speaking of the battlo of Juno 24, in impressive ceremonies tho Spanish The crew of tho Brooklyn regarded to fell trees and burn huts on the which the "rough riders" and a partof the Vizcaya as their particular enemy, tskirts of the town, L'usilades con- troops laid down their nrms Capital Stock $200,000. tho lines of tho Spanish nnd Gen. Young's command participated, since the time when both were present me, but otherwise the position is Surplus -- 23,100. American forces at 9 o'clock Sunday Gen. Toral said that less than 2.000 at Queen Victoria's jubilee display, lehangcd. The stock of llourisprac-all-Spanish troops were engaged, his loss when thero was much comment abroad morning. exhausted, but tho supplies of Gen. Sliaftcr nnd tho American di- being 2C5. Ho would not say how on what a good fight might be expect- e and butTjlo meat will last for J, W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Refd vision and brigade commanders and many Spaniards were killed at El ed between the two ships if they ever tmths longer. T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris; thoir staffs were escorted by a troop of Caney and boforo Santiago. "Heavy! met. Ilrriid Jt'ota In bimlii. J. S. Hockcr and M. J Miller. Gen. Toral and his staff by heavy!'' ho said, dejectedly. cavalry and Of the four bi ships which were In Juv in. The Madrid corIn response to nn inquiry, lie said Adtn.Cervera's fleet only two are surely 100 picked men. We solicit the accounts of the citizens ol Rockcastle and adjoining ondont of tmj aiUy Telegraph, Trumpeters on both sides saluted that transportation would bo required doomed to destruction. They are the raphiug Sunday, says: Riots counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to nil business 22,000 nnd 25,000 men, Vizcaya and the Almirnnte Oquendo, for between with flourishes. v0 broi:en out nt nuelva, capital of Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view Gen. Sliaftcr returned to Gcu. Toral there being that much of a forca in and these ns a coincident," were the JjProvlnC(1 o nuelvai j Andalusia, to business relations, respectfully invited. been the capitulated district. Ho informed two cruisers which went into Havana ' the latter's sword after it had iniiabUnnts marched to tho J. S. HQCKER, Prcs. tho ofllcors that Santiago harbor had JNO. J. WcROBERTS Cashier to the American commander. blowing up of thepii buildings, shouting for cheap handed after the Our troops, lined up at the trenches, been again mined since Adra. Cervera Maine and were moored nenr the d RjoterSi t0 the number of were eye witnesses of the ceremony. left. of tho United States battle Washington, July 18. At 11:05 ship in all the bravery of paint, ,Jes,acietl lnany private houses. They Gen. Sliaftcr and his escort, accomflnauv dispersed by the military, panied by Gen. Toral, rodo through o'clock Sunday night Adjt. Gen. Corbin gilding and bunting, seeming to en()rgotic mensurcs will be taken made public tho following dispatch gloat over tho ruin caused, while the tho city, taking formal possession. DreVent a renewal of the disturb-peoplThe city had been sacked before they from Gen. Shatter: of Havana shouted themselves SQn0V Kra.lio Castelar, the rc-) Hr.AUQUAnTEiiH U. S. Aujiv, arrive'd by tho Spaniards. arse, fired myriads of bomb? and foican leadori WHO is now in Santiago, July 17. f ceremonies unceasingly of what the twoSpahl( whero Jl0 ,ias At the palace elaborate to spend tyk place. Exactly at noon the Amer- To Adjutant General, U. S. A. Wash- formidable armored cruisers of Spaing suinmer is about gOll0return to to ington: over tho palace would do with the United States navyiarld ican flag was raised Gen I.0invleja ls aib0 My ordnance officers report about and was saluted by 21 guns by Capt. ever a fair fight be possible. rJ,lnR, from a vncli watering place. For Everything: iu 0 Capron's battery. At the samo time 7,000 rifles turned in Sunday and ' cartridges. At the mouth of the bumpaim' Kenort on the Way. Cuban Kxlle Leave tor Santiago. all the regimental bands in our line Hanner," harbor there are quite a number of New Yoiik, July 19. Cuban exiles in'AsuixoTo.v, July 10. Adm. Samp-thi- s played "The report on the destruction country are already making prep-'after which President Mclunley's con- fino modern guns about six inch 'ilfp to leave for Santiago, Cuba.ra's squadron has not yet readied gratulatory telegram was read to each two batteries of mountain gunTA; gethcr with a saluting battery of IS,' Over a. hundred expect to leave by aej navy department, although it is regiment. Disarming anil and 0th regiments of infan- did bronze gujs. bteamer which will sail fronpro man two woeus since mat xa- The 13th List jjtramp ...,. .,.. v www... ...I. .w try will remain in the city to enforce turning in will go on Monday. till1 Vliy till "VBA) Willi l sUUtllt W,V" lives here said Monday that there arert Is on its way, however, coming by nnd exercise municipal author- of pminers no; yet taken. order SiiArTEi:, over 5,000 ready to dash Into Cuba thee of the auxiliary craft.and will be ity. Tho Spanish forces are to Major General Coramadlng. uuuu uiuuu uiu uv ic uj ninmpn, that llarann. fallu. outside of our lines. Old Glory Triumphantly Floats Over the Captain General's Palace. E the-Yal- Agui-naldo- 's u the Trust Stan be-au- Vw . "SA VI Jl o ' ft BUSINESS EDU6ATI0N M olK-'sn- v r Bryant & Stratton Business College, LOUISVILLE, . - sir-vic- e KT, f -. ? .y I StfctdianlliitofolliAJ fftffnftrlgaa I jrZ.-r.7SJ- .' .j'.-fc- r rjiiTi ,. w I " 4u-- W, l - - k 1 MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt Vernon, Ky. white-haire- d heart-broke- n. first-clas- - I l Far Nation con-;t- s Of Stanford, Ky. osnic be-f.e- y DIRECTORS- - '!,.., - muni-harbo- r, j e h GO TO South-bragge- d JONAS McKENZIE v. 000,-00- Star-Spangle- d s Dru Gooas, Giotnino, Boots ana snoes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at Living -- p w Price, ,f ,.-- w- rc333reE3KC iwir'rji" x - ' u l J .. ' UiLil (, TjgjM- - I'5 "V r W . h t v v' :$ty ' w'"'""' r -- - .' T l .ijijjuw jhjiiw wiiwmiwiniHii aCTaiywjwiffWWMWWwwwwiiiJiragrCTMijjMMWBiM Mt. Vernon Signal Friday, July 1898 Let the q'uestion be agitated and a plan be formulated and carried out. BRODHEAD. Dr. Karris was in town Mondaj . iif.i2MCtfa nt m mtk m m mm mm em II a IM 7i tiHMtmii M tm " 8 mm: late W v - Published every Ft iday bv jAftiES MARET. V. Dr Atchison has returned Alabama. ft 0111 mm m W Mm fc$.;.-fc- Come to see us. Will sell vou honest goods at fair orices. ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. ' General M ercliaiiclise Old Main and Church MT. VERNON, KY." davis -- & DEALERS IN son Thomas Francisco $I.OO is chilling Sts . SUBSCRIPTION ONK YttAK some these warm days. Black b erries in good demand here at .oscts. per gallon. lavertisin'g rates made known on application V p6a congrkss J, V. Tate and wife went lo Crab Orchard Wednesday. Rev. Livingston will preach heie next Saturday night and Sunday. Brodhead Marble Woifo W. H. COLLYER', PROPRIETOR. MANUl'ACTURKR AND DKAU'R IN IV Manuel Ross, of Lebanon Junction, is visiting friends in the counor SHKI.1IY. try. ' W. T. Watson and Jerome Lay- TitU Pathfinder is the name of ton are receiving hogs here at sets, W. B. Hudson's new paper jiiht started' "at" Barbourville. It is a per pound. Messrs. Conard Hiatt and Henbright and crisp sheet and under ry Parkerson were here Wednesday Mr. Hudson's guiding hand, we morning buying cattle. predict a successful journal. Mr. Geo. W. Berry, wife and Tii'u Gentry reunion which belittle daughter, of Lexington, are gins at Crab Orchard Spring, Aug. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cherry. 1st, will be the largest family reQuite a number of people from union that has ever, i.ecurred in Level Green, Walnut Grove and America. 4 other places were here Wednesday shopping. Tifu following from Interior All necessary preparations are Journal fits our case exactly: being pushed to meet the demands "While very much preferring Gov. McCreaiy'because we thought of the thousands who will attend him the best equipped and strong- the Fair here Aug. 17, iS, 19th, est may, we shall give the Hon G. , Died, July iS, '98, Harvey G. Gilbert, of Shelby, the nomi- Green Howard, of Corbiu,'Ky.,sbn nee of the Danville convention of Harvey Green Howard, of this for congress in this district, town. Mr. Howard had been foreour unqualified and cordial man in the L. & N. shop at'Corbin He is a good man. a capable for quite a while where he had man and a sound democrat, and no greatly endeared himself to the R, one who loves his party and desires R. officials. The people of Corbin its success, will do otherwise than manifested their great love and eswork for and vote for the excellent teem for their deceased fello.v citigentleman from Shelby." zen in a way that was highly complimentary and Jiowed the great European nat'ons are having loving hearts of a Christian people. their eyes opened on the subject of Messrs. Sinkhoru, T. H. American patriotism. The blue C. E. Redfield, l'aulser and the gray march shoulder to A. B. Chestnut, John Isaac, shoulder and the rich and tlie poor Clarence Sinkhorn. Mrs. McFar meet on a common level. Among land, Mrs. Tremble and Mrs. Chest Roosavelt's "rough riders" may be nut accompanied the remains and found the sous of federal and con bereft to to this place and took an federate soldiers, and sons of mil- active part in the funeral leaving lionaires of the east ride side by not the slightest act of kindness or side with the cowboy of the west- respecc undone. The bereft have ern plains. The solution of the the sympathy and love of all. mystery is that we are a nation of patriots, and that love of country is common to all sections and classLIVINGSTON es. Hon. G. G. GILBERT, Monnumonts and Tomb Stones. Aug. 6tho H ler Jricnic "T? Vernon Collegiate-Institute. IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. e all Session Openes September Special Normal L. M- 6, 1898. Academic, Intermediate, and Primary, Departments. SCROGGS. Principal- Two Miles Eastoi Brodhead. .. Work for Teachers . ' t Mrs. E. Fishback lur:ietl from n visit to herT.itlK'i Kins', of Moreland. h-- .. W aa H1SSE m fro Mat Ballard was di.vvn Goochland last week .nil np m.n, we arb glad to say, hi- - father, T. J. iB.illard much belter. IBi afriWTl ilR j I WriJC 50 YEARS' 'EXPERIENCE 1 HaH M M!M&mK Trade Marks mmdMAid Designs Copyrights &c. RiC8 p cup-por- t. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Pettus attended the burial at Crab Orchard Monday of little Edith, the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Camhell Dr. C W. Smock, member of the State Board of Health was here Monday on his way to the infected small pox districts of Jackson cottu-t- . He renorts j.2 cases of srenu- ?n I description may i. Anvono enrtlnii ou- ,k eli am) frao whether on - rnlniiin rmlckly ii'rcrtalii Ooniinnnlen- I ivcntinn tMr bnlily rvitenuhto. ions utrMlr " Uil'r.tfi!. HniiilbooScrn Patents necn.y for (ecurliiC'Jteiitp. nt free. il A. Co. rccelvo tu. 'l through Jlunn tctlal notice, t. 'thout chnrac. In tho nFvWn Uivingstoij rown Lots In the most desirable Part of Town, near them. cieiitmc jttnericatt Co.36,Brdad-a-New "linndjomclr tllnstrntert wookly. iJirecst rtr I ltlon of nnjr scicntlfla lournnl. Terms, ti n r ir: four months, tU Bombyall nowsdenlcrs. n'JNN & York ranch Ollicc. C3 V b't. Washington. 1). U for business and Deweling Hoias e. call and- see1 - Red-fielDe-bus- ,,nii d, r,v-- ,v t?ni; j 'pm, .. 'Vlitii Your Hoi .iL py2&l$Q$Sr. Is Shod By k, Horse Lick. Mr. and tain'ed Jast week in , Mr. BrowningJpir' honVnjjilTS THO'S TAYLOR nii v Yqu ma depend upon .1 served and it was with much reluc- - " l)een tlo,,e '" il apd U'e sIl0es that the guests look their de- - Browning's sistei, Miss Lizzie :..M.,.. ..., ", A ksiiilbp- - kii: it fic mj; tDepot. i 41 that it tnan-tanc- ie-n- e "" t'1 It is uieless to say that enjoyable time was had. an John, the little son of T. B. Lair, seems to be very unlucky for a lit- tie fellow. Tust after being able to get around after Having his leg broken had the misfortune to have hi-- wor" ollt , j'" sCSrCASII. J " , Win. FIELDS T7 . f p .... i, j Tiflk J5'cated W F. FRANCISCO, Propr. at the r ' betterh'ent of R. S. Martin, Brodhead's tobacco , Tom Pettit spent Sunday in manufacturer, has expended, dur- Wildie. ing the existence of his factory John Graves was over from Pans moie than $150,000 for leaf tobacco Sunday. and the labor in working it up. W, O. Burns was in Stauford Most of this money went to other counties from the fact our people Sundav. have not taken enough interest in Mrs. C. A. Moore is visiting rel tobacco raising to furnish this fac- atives in Ohio. tory with but a small quantity of Mrs. E. S. Elmore has returned the weed. This money could in from a visit to relatives in Rowland. future easily be kept in the county Miss Lucy Baugh has returned if her citizens would turn their athome after a visit to Miss Lida tention to their own interests in Cook. this line. It has been fully demon-stateMrs. R. C. Brown has returned time and again, that our from a visit to relatives in Crab Orsoil ts adapted to the culture of fine and medium grades of tobacco chard. loo mauy are engaged in getting Miss Mary Doty, of Richmond, out fence posts, cross ties and the is visiting her brother, R. A" like. It has been suggested that Sparks. inasmuch as there are thousands of Mrs. M. J. Gooden and Miss acres in the Southern part of this Lizzie Browning were1 in Pine H"ill county that can be bought at $2 Sunday. per acre that some 01 our enterMrs. Lula Maddox, of Withers, prising citizens purchase a thousand or so acres and colonize it was the guest of Mrs. Dr. Cooper with families Irom North Carolina, this week. who are practical tobacco raiseis or Mrs. Bowman Smith, of McKiu-neand Central Kentucky from North is visiting her brothet S. D. where great crops ate raised but McKiuney. the renter has to give the larger Prof. Chandler has returned to portion for rent of ground. By so Brodhead where he began teaching doing it would be but a few years last Monday. before our county would be in a Miss Annie Ashlock, of Stanford, Mr. much improved condition. is visiting her sister, Miss Mary, Martin who is an enterprising man at Pope Hotel. and who has done as much or more W. S. Cummins has moved his than any citizen for the prosperity of this locality, would gladly pur- stock of goods into his ne v store chase most if not all the tobacco on Main Street which is just com that is raised in the county besides pleted. lending aid and assistance in petting John Walton has moved baelcto such a move .on foot. Jealousies town and taken charge of the hoiel should be thrown aside and every again where his friends will find eucouragement lent to uny legitihim. , Mr. Griffin moving back to , " mate enterprisewhich tends to she ourpeople's interests. his. house on uuiin street. d, y. a large wall clock fall ou him and Lively Attached mashed his face awfully, broke , IGoocl Jeet all Trains, Dav and Night. nose and otherwise bruised hiniu, Traveling Men and'Railroad but ne are glad to say is doing men Solicited. Will furnicely. nish lunches on all Trains X Depot?cy. Brodli eacl, Ky. GREEH FRONT rug Drugs, Cheap, Store - Medicines, 1 Groceries,TOBACCO AND CIGARS- - CAST Signaturoof tr.ipnovcD CINGCSR. Por Infants and Children. Cheaper, C. C- - Cheats.;. DAVIS 6t CO- The Kind You Have Always Bought 3. WMa m&Trru i ii Iff t PREI3HT PREPAID. -- CtexTcUck. r iMMW.r.m nrm KTi&'ri ftZ&-Nmf- m&s?Vi& John C. Atchesoc, was here Sat- 1 urday from Danville looking up students for Centre College. Persons troubled with diarrhoea will be interested in the experience of Mr. W. M.' Bush, clerk of Hotel Dorrance, Providence, R. I. He says: "For several years I have been almost a constant sufferer from diarrhoea, the frequent attcks completely prostrating me and rendering me unfit for my duties at hotel, About two years ogo a traveling salesman kindly gave me a small bottle of Chamberlain's Co'ic Cholera and Diarrheoa Renicdj. Much to my surprise and delight its effects were immediate. Whenever I felt symptoms of the disease I would fortify myself against the attack vith,a, few doses of this valuable remedy. The result has been very satisfactory and almost complete relief from the affliction." For sale by M.C. & D. N, Williams. ImmSm j lop FOURTH AVE.. WHAYNB IVl'K'O CO.. hoinDchiuewitfi oil nitneli. H.f& rfl nicnta war. ranted lovears. U machine is not satisfactory in 30 days money will be refunded. Send cash vrithiorder. Descriptive circular scut on applies lion. LOUI8Vll.LB.KY. ew !Ilff iseases, For tho speedy .mil permanent curs of tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cluiiu-berlnfn's ;r v. ' A 'aLairpni Eye mid Skin Ointment 13 without nn equal. It relieves tho itching and sinniting almost instantly and its continued use effects a permanent cure. It nlso cures Itch, barber's itch, scald head, soro nipples, itching piles, chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and granulated Hds. - s.y lllnn of PURE MNSnED Oil, mlid Willi a mllnn n( iiimii Civ Subscribe for the GNAL $1.06 year. 1 Cadj's Condition roivdcrs for are tho best tonic, blood purifiet and vermifuge. Prico, 25 cents. Soldby Dr. .horses makes unllons o' tlio vrnv BEST PAINT In tLe WOnLDi tor K. 10 or W. A. OAKSON t Painter And have moved Paper Hanger, ct yourpalntblll. Is rxn moms mmtnLis than Paie jhte I.kid and Is Ad80H7tki.y Sot poisonous. U tMliir. Paivt lit raado of Hid JIkst op I'iIht Hi nil Rood '' s'im4c23& " 4 v tF'P5fif?Jj mr mm cround Tsio.:, vkbt Tiiicc. NoitrouMo to mix, nnr Imy can do It. It Is tho Covitos Sws or Iiupsk Tacjt. No DBTTLn paint cah te madoat a: y coit, and Is imlntcrs no, and Is iiy Millinery Mt. Vernon and Hrodhead, sS c ' to Kentucky. 03 ick, !)U6Tnn, Peel or Chip, Mo store to mv resi- nce adjoining . IMMMAI7 PAINT CO., St. LOUla, Will be pleased to give estimates Bold and ffuaranteed by on work. Satisfaction guaranteed. M. C & D. N. Williams. Mt, Vernon, Ky. , RVERYBODY LOOK. If you are a signal you can Louisville " . " Cincinnati subscriber to the get the Weekly Dispatch for 50 cts. Commercial, 40 cts. Courier Journal, (twice a week; 25 cts. Post, Daily, $i.75 "esbyterian Church on West Main st. g I am selling the Si"Rer Sewing Ertab. 1672. , Clm'trnnnnfrn -- I r"i Innuire 10 c vnr, k. rvr,u- or . "- " ,r J " ., Machine on easy terms and keep all kinds ofsewing machine needles oil hands, shinties, and everything that belongs to a sewing machine. Will send)needlesby mall to any ad-- , rjss. I also clean and repair all kinds ' machines. You can see me here will be sold at cost ever Saturday. W. M. Owens ft tho otr- - s.Wc w,i ... Mt Veruoti Ky MRS, S. C. FRANKLIN; to A CONSTIPATION (lifcnlimr. (tcl,n. ,,.,,,'u..?.' lnAnl),wlictlibr rcrtnt ur lii slimlniL'.ur money rcrumlid It tire. Inuiut relief, nn.l m, 11 a railical Hil ivililAlrnt rttr. Vn ci.fi.I, ....-- . ... 1 ry U an.l relief jour mrterjn's. Bcnl fur JUt of teitl. Only 50 eti a o woijlaU anil fr Minnie Tor u) pvii fj mail nil rc ll)i( 01 lirit C. UK "I HARM tow, Eeerflamscist. LncastEr.Pa. Mi ST i t I -- riir: j TC&TT TRC r.uDY's "Ji ' John Gentry got a furlough and BCome in audi settle your ac I' COURT CALENDAR. left here a foot S. W. Prewitt. County Court. Fourth MonHe will count. L.aoK at it Hon'. reach Mt. Vernon about V day in each month. Mt. Vernon. Ky July 22, i8q8 No. 1 Jjaled hay for sale at 5octs. A gay picnic party went from The Maccabees Tent here is in bujiday. Quarterly Court. Fiist Mon- - , by A. H, Bastin Crdb Orchard. a flourishing condition. diy in January, April, July atfd', They here to Langford Saturday and Entered 4t (he Mt. Vcrnt..!, Ky Big John Parker thinks we arc n. October. meet every Fiiday night and are were joined by parties from Conwa, mult matter Hay. No. i Timothy baled bay for to go to Central America. getting new members right along. Buckeye, Wildie and Langford. Circuit Court. Second Mon sale. Orders filledpromptly by A, day in February, Fourth Monday Dave Bams is counted among ' Monk" Taylor has a young Among those from this place were, H BaFton, Crab Orchad. Write in May and Third Monday in Sep. Mrs. Cleo Brown, Misses Lena the missing. chicken, named Dewey, that watchfor prices. t f tembcr. Newcomb, Fannie McFerron, Su Lieut. Lewis will come home es and chases every lowl and cat Mt. Vernon Police Court. ie, Annie and A'za Thompson. Sunday if the tailors get his uni- Third Monday in each month. from the garden and house. Foil Sale. LiHie Grant, Bobbie Davis. Ida M. York form finished. The railroad company has named Ad.uns, Alza L. Brown, Mattie shire mare, 16 hands high, good & nashvilli rt.n.co. loiiievillc Tom McClure is getting fat Scotts lime kiln two miles south of Williams, Florelle Brown, Iola saddler. Also one colt. Will sell Proessional Cards. L & N. LOCA.L TIME CARD. this place. White Rock, and quarry Hansel, Mrs. Albright, Mrs. L. B. Reason Aiuert Albright is a membe: of together or separately. at Tunu'ell No. 3, Sparks' Quarry. Adsms. Edgar Albriglit, W. J. the regimental Day Mail North John Roberts, 11:39 n m band, He is now able price, P. A. Pennington, D. D. S., M. D. Newcomb. Chas. Davis. I. M. Bos- - at home for a few days. Brodhead, Ky. Day Mail South . . Mis. Nannie Hooker ands'sters 2.22 p m DENTST, Night Ex. North 1:34 am Misses Clara and Lina Kennedy of well, Judge Williams, Willie Hen e We have an excellent drill mas- Wanted. At once, one derson, Sam Den ham, Chas. Hen Night Ex. South 1:48 am Russellville and Misses May and ter. We drill two hours in fore- or mule team and wagon to haul N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts.. Lucy Saundeis of Crab Orchard are derson and W. F. McCIary. J. A. Landrum, Agent. logs. Address, H. Blazer & Co., noon and two after. LOUISVILLE. KY. visiting Mrs.M. C. Williams. Wildie. Ky., or Signal office. Mt. If you want to get mad about it Tell Logan Thompson to come Vernon, Ky. Our excellent foreman, S. C. ana pay up CIIURCHCS. your dues, very well over and bring a dollar along to Christian Unhid services 1st it Sri Humlay Franklin, with his family, is visit- and good. lis belter that way get tobacco for the boys. Wanted. Bids for furnishing SURVEYOR at 11 in. and nt G:S0 p. m. ing father and mother at Athens. tnan to keep in good humor and Rickels is happy. 300 telephone poles between Mt. John W. T. Davis is working in his never, pay. Vernon and Livingston. To be 20 place on Signal. The Signal is a very welcome feet long, inches at top, Bnntlst Church Services on the Second chesnut 5 Also, an Ageut for the best Baturdny iitylit and Snudny. Suuday visitor to company G. Steve B. Ramsey, of this county peeled, and distributed along the Tailors in the world. School nt n m every Sunday. vl'rnycr is using a coffee mill that is more Camp Corhin Lexington, Ky. Tommy Thompson is the clown line over the county road. mcetiiiR on Tiiesdity nlgliU. Kcv. J 0 Car-iJuly 14th, 1898. of the company, and chief cook and leal, vastor. than a hundred years old. if was A. E. Albright, Sec'y, DRS. G. B. & J. H. LAWRENCE Dear Signal: used by his Co. G. sends Brodhead Ky, in Virginia and was brought to greetings. Every one in good and Lieut. Dilliou makes a fine apPresbyterian Holds scrvloes on Wanted. To trade a farm to a health and high spirits. Under Kentucky eighty years ago. Sunday pearance in uniform. saw mill of from 20 to 25 horse the brauchs of a pine tree stands a lioh Hiatt, a darkey, who spent power in good repair. Farm locaWm. Browning, though the C2r0ffice at residence (Rice three years in Michigan City pen tent which is known as Piney smallest MASONIC. man in the company, ted seven miles south Mt. Vernon property) opposite the Southeast Branch. In this tent resides Ashlaiul Lodge No. 010 meets 2rd Mon on charge ofattemptcd mail robbery keeps up with the biggest of them. Good land plenty of fine t'mber on corner of Court yard. dy 10 A in. ,h in Laurel, is sojourning at this twelve gentlemen from Rockcastle; it. Good crop on it. Apply to or MT. VERNON, KY, A half dozen Spanish scalps place. lie is better known as the aforesaid tent is the most orderwrite J. W. Marler Mt. Vernon ly tent in tlie camp, but when the have beec ordered sent to Mt. Ver"Snowball." LOCAL shades of night approach and' all non to adorn the belts of the Rock- Ky. OTHERWISE. C. C. WILLIAMS, There Should be a lrirrrpprmvrl nt honest people in the bed sleep- castle deserters. aie Side meat 6jc, Canvas hams Aotrnzy- C.r- .!.. - !! "micru "Xtn. iu.il u.iy. ..i .w.w.w.w mere win ing soundly, you can hear any 9HC' All groceries at a:tual cost. The three Whitaker boys, Wit. Uernon, JCy'.. be four good races. A baby show, sound from the chirping Pay your dues to Signal, of a crick S. W. Prewitt. Jim and Dick, are with us worst Turn Out and all farmers et to the bellowing of a bull. All EQJuOffice on 2nd floor of ' new A. C- Stapp was in from Louisand will make good soldiers. and ladies department will be honor, for brick on Church street Special snch a variety of mimicDo you want to buy or sell a ville. shown and no charge for entering ry be to the twelve Our company is composed mostgentlemen that Rockcastle farm, timber land, town attention given to collections. N. M. Shumate called on us a few them whatever. reside therein. All the camp ex- ly of Owsley aud Rockcastle men, lots, business houses or dwellings? days since. but have men from nearly every G. W. McCLURE, Address, Signal, Mt. Vernon, Ky The State Board of Health again presses then heartfelt sympathy for S. A. Coy Iff escaped from the calls the attention of our citizens to the gallant lad David Herrin who eastern county and two from Ger. many. rock pile here lastFjiday. the importance of vaccination as a wished to meet the Spaniards aud Reward. The Crab Orchard, ' Mt. Vernqn, Ky. Emil Suter, stone mason, from Stanford and Mt. Vernon TeleMr. and Mrs. R. E. Thompson preventive against small pox ami bare his bosom to the hail of their merciless bnlletts, and they lament Mt. Vernon, is a German veteran of phone Company will pay $25 re Ali business entrusted to my 'care strongly advise every body to be are hero frotn Garrard. with tears that the heartless doc- ten years service in the old country. ward for arrest and conviction of will receive prompt attention; vaccinated. That dread disease is Hilly Simpson gives us an intervirtually at our door, being.in Lau- tors should have rejected him. Emil Henzman walks as straight auy person who cuts the wires or Office on Second floor of new brick esting letter liom Camp Corhin. The other day a man tried to Over rel, Jackson and Clay. otherwise destroys the property of on Church street. and erect as an old veteran. ride chief cook Tommv Thnmn- A. E. Albright is out on the line said company. The best way for a young man ouu a .!.! , .,..!,. muic jaws, ... . .tommy was ,Quri nenos snoum .address let- advertising Brodhead Fair. nui to begjn who is without' friends or R. G. WILLIAMS, rs "I have used Chamberlain's are uapt. ireadway, Co,, his post and enforced it with a MissjFannie McFerron will teach innuence is first, by getting a po- at G CampCorbin, Lexington, Ky." I Cough Remedy in my family for at-L- aw, bntcher-knifafter a hot argument the Oak Hill school. sition; second.' keepjug his mouth and cries years aud always with good results'' Billy Syju'son. of "hold him!" "ketch MT. VERNON. KY. H. J. McChfre. of Paris, is visi-inshut; third, observing; fourth, be- him!!" The savs Mr. V B Cooper of El Rio smoke all cleared up ' G. Robeits . was here from Cal. J. ing faithful; fifth, making his em- and we found home folks. For small childhen we find it that no one was hurt. Stanford Yesterday. ployer think he would be lost in a Au especially effective" Miss Berda Martin began he her arrogant newspaper man was fog without him, and sixth,-- being For sale by M. C. & D. N. Wilschool at Gum Sulphcr Monday. recommenaeu 10JL0J. Colsou as August 1 8th, is the day set for polite. Russell Sage. first Sargent for ouY company; and the execution of the neero George liams, Miss Maud Miller, of Lancaster1 r. JCs3Go to Mrs. Cleo Biown's Hon. G. G. Gilbert, Democratic sworn in as such, but the Rockcas-- ' torepnenson wno uiiiea yonng a. is visiting relatives here. tie boys tlraught ifferent and pro- - frey at Crab Orchard on July where you can buy hats from now PRACTICAL candidate for congress, will address 4th, Miss Helen Smith, of Frankfort, until August the 1st at cost. Sail EMBALMER our people at Adams Grove Picnic, motea nun tone rank of private is visiting Miss Bessie Miller. Picnic .Owing to its having ors at 25cts. Give her a call STANFORD, KY. I am now in two miles East of Brodhead on Sat in company on July 4th, I will have anDannie Owens was up from urday Aug. 6th. Hon J. W. Yer- - headquarters of our company with rained Stock Complete. Telegraph Ord433t. other pienic at my beautiful grove ers a Specialtv. Brodhead Monday. kes and other noted speakers have Lieut. Lewis, he sa nice little 2 miles east of Brodhead, for the TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY spYnd his time accommodation Miss Randie McKeuzie has been been invited and are expected to be cot on which t of all, especially Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab An that he is not s ndingSat the ta- - those who missed the enjoyment lets. All druggists reluud money on a visit to Preacherville relatives present and deliver speeches. DR. A. G. LOVELL, immense crowd is expected. ble. We have our juiest to- - of the day on account of the rain. if itfails to cure. For sale by M. Mrs. Sue Mullins was up from Physician and Surgeon"; er, an old resi- Every thing, will be done to make C. &D. N. Williams, The Mt. Vernon Brass Band is uuy jumes Livingston Tuesday. oct 6 6m MT VERNON, KY keeping up its practice under their dent of Rockcastle county. The the day enjoyable. Come every- druggists Office North side Alain street C. Stnpp was here this week boys are always jlad to have him excellent teacher and leader, W. F. body. W. G. Adams. frm Louisville visiting his family. McCIary who is a talented musician with them. Abel Pennington is Notice. All persons indebted tc A Bargain. Farm of 130 acres rove Kennedy telegraph opera' of unusual merit. They have ad- with us and well satisfied for he the estate of T. J. Coffey, deceased, tor Ik with Sicnal corps at Chicka ded many new pieces and ate pre- is Corporal of the commissary de- east of Brodhead. House of 8 are hereby notified that they must maw pared to furnish the best of music partment lor company G. Our ex- rooms good barn andontbuildings settle up at once, or their accounts HUGH MILLER for Fans, Picuicsand other public amination took place )a st Saturday 500 bearing fruit trees. Under will be placed for collection. J. aDamron has sold several and there were few rejected. The fence and well watered. Address A. W. Stewart, Adm'r. pianos and organs ot the best gatherings. HEADQUARTERS FOR doctor said we were the finest let Tessie Roberts, ,V make.'m past few weeks. Are you paying for what yon are of men they had examined. We 45- Brodhead, Ky. v, COMMERCIAL MEN. This office has inquiries from a reading. Mrs.Burt Nelson of Pulaski; has were mustered in Wednesday eveall trains.-- a at Our baby has been continually man who wishes to buy a small been viiting the family of James There is small pox in Jackson ning and took the oah of allegi troubled with colic and cholera infarm not far from town. Persons Landrur'X Clay and Lourel. The origin has ance to our country and its flair. fantum sincehis birth andall that we having farms or real estate for sale GreetOfenham was down from been traced to Richmond, from We will receive our uniforms on could do for him did not seem to are invited to consult the editor of .. I T LfUIIUUU il day to see his brother whose pest house a subject escaped the 6th then we will bdeome solgivemore than temporary relief un- this papqr. tf. and went to JacKson, some months diers iii fact. The most exciting til we tried Chamberlain's Colic, Sam. Manufacturers since, and the disease which is of a incident that has occurred in our $35-- 1 Cho'era aud Diarrhoea Remedy. Mrs. F. M. Cummins, of the am now loca ed in the Jack of Mini; and brick. light form has spread from theie in- company, or in the regiment was Since giving that remedy he has Adams Wabd neighborhood, died Friday stand on the corner where to Clay and Laurel. The State over private Isaacs' who refused to IaSt not been troubled. We want to I am selling cheaper than any They also furnish Lime, Building Board of Health are in charge imd muster in the evening we started to give you this testimonial as an Stone, either quarry face or cut. body in to.wn. William lyainger has been apwill use every effort to eradicate muster. Orders promptly filled. Lieut. Lewis prevailed" of our gratitude not that pointed couable in place of WalS. W. Prewitt. the plague. on him to fall in buuhe flatcly re- you need it to advertise ycur merter Sargent, signed. fused; he was taken before Col. itorious remedy. G. M. Law, Messrs W. R. Scott and J. F. Mr Houk.rustee of jury fund Colson but still refused he was Keokuk. Iowa. H. II. REYNOLDS says money isiow ready for jurors Murphy weie up from Danville then sent to the guard house, kept For sale by M. C. & D.N. s Saturday looking over their lime there for two of the May tenft hours he was then Mt. Vernon Kyi works at White Rock. They are MADE BY The RockcaJeboys of Colson's expecting to fire their kiln inside of placed iufront of two sentinels; the drum and fife were called for, all Administators Sale: C. regiment liavebfen assigned to three weeks. The plant is being the companies formed inline. They As Administrator of the estate company G. M s material and played the put in of Horseshoeing, all 'round, 60 cents. "Rogue's March," and of Mrs. Mattie Carter, Able" Penniiiginjand John Gen workmanship. Considerable mon- the poor fellow was na rched down deceased. I will on Friday Everything furnished. Best nails try came home Su&ay on furlough ey has akeady been expended aud the line to be hissed at o and called July 29th, 1898, between the hours and shoes used. the From Camp Corb our people are reaping benefits coward! deserter! and a great many of 10 am and 3pm, sell at public aufrom the works. It is the intention other nice names fl which he will ction on the premises of deceased "it lines five a iiites till halt of the company to make it a Rock. as long as he lives. We in Brodhead Ky. tin household 'atter' four," was ii way a man castle institution, as far as possible, expect to leave here for Chicka-magu- a and kitchen furniture. Those inhere answered dc uiry about by employing local labor, coal, and or Sau Francisco as soon as debted to tfce estate will please be Twenty-eigh- t years xperienee-ithe time of day. other supplies. The firm is com- the last company is mustered in DEALER IN Tho.se hold-non hands and settle. the business. Horse, shoeing a s men of good which will be m a few days. Misses Georgia fllymtlo Jones, posed of All claims against the estate will WHISKIES' WINES, &0., &c, pecialty. Also gene!'.' two pretty girls, offoMeboro, are business qualifications and there is are anxious to gei to the front and please present same propetlj proven "; KY. visiting- - their siste,' rrs. L. W. not a doubt of the success of the return with Spanish scalps dang?' W. B. Whitehead, Richmond Street, Mt. .' Vernon, it undertaking. $2. u Ky!" at and ' Fine "Rethiirimi. ling from their belts. ' Administrator. ,' Mt Be Sure And Go To The Grand, Picnic. At Adams .Grove Au O etitf, vwcraniu I "wwnraran TiTflUllWiniWI Vernon Signal: c The label on your paper gives These duns mean the date to which von have aid. owe on subseribiinn. you, it von to-da- sun-dow- n K!f Five-year-ol- d 43t foiu-hors- S. N. Davis Ky. 11. Mt. Venon, D n er bottle-washe- r. PHYSICIANS tho-lt- h SURGEONS. 0 ! at-La- w, Bur-din- e, .,,- - - Attorney aiLaw, 1 . e; Attorney g - J. C. McCIaryUNDERTAKER. 11- . . l. Miller. House, G5y-Port- er L 1 MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY 1 ev-den- Wil-ilam- Blacksmith, WAGON H. kirodhoad, Ky 37-3m- Gentry, first-clas- ARE AS GOOD AS' TOM FERRELL BEST i ' g first-clas- "black-smithin- g. ROWLAND, m -- .',' 1 EE21I r" STRAINING A FI?;EKDSHR. Tliluits. A HISTORIC alcKlnlejr PAPER. EXTRACTING THE YOUNG IDEA. Infnnt Mind la One of tho Profound M)ntcrle of Nature-So- me Imitnnccn. She THii DIGNIFIED W0MA1J. Vn nmnmm A Story Whli'h Snniiiei the Honda Tlint DjiUciI Tivo Stvcct VuiillK Orders Instructing Gen, The Sliuftcr In the Sauting o Government New Kpncli In History. - Isua n Little Severe o the Cnrl-n- ua IVomnn, Hut She Woi BfnBKBinmnmmWiwIllwBliiBBnM tiTnsifii 'You Will lations. The United States docs not make The Climate of Cnlin. war upon tho inhabitants of Cuba, nor Uecause of frequent rains in Culn m.v upon any party or faction among them, larial fevets arc n common ailment there, just as they arc in many sections of the but to protect them in their homes, in United States. Ailments of this kind, no their employments and in their permatter in what part of the globe they occur, sonal and religious rights. All perare quickly cured with Ilostcttcr's Stomach sons who, either by active aid or by Hitters. liesides being a specific for malarial troubles, then: Hitters also make pure honest submission, with tho blood, strong nerves and muscle, and firm, healthy llesh. They have no equal for dys- United States in its efforts to give effect to this beneficent purpose, will repepsia and constipation. ceive the reward of its support and Xn for AInrin. protection. Softleigh Death loves a shining mark, it Though the powers of the military snid. is occupant arc absolute and supreme, Miss Cutting Ob. well, don't be uneasy: vou're not so brilliant. Chicago Kvcnins nnd immediately operate upon the News. political condition of the inhabitants, An Open Letter to mothers. the municipal laws of the conquered We are asserting in the courts our right territory, such as affeet private rights to the exclusive use of the word "CWona." of person and property, and provbic and "Pitcher's Castoria,"asourTradeMark. the I. Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of Uy.uim.s Massa- for punishment of crimo chusetts, was the originator of "Pitcher's arc considered as continuing in force, Caatoria," the tame that has borne and doca now bear the signature of Chas. so far as they arc compatablc with tho II. Fletcher on every wrapper. This is tho now order of things, until they aro original "Pitcher's Casloria" which has been suspended or superseded by the occuused in thehomesof the mothers of America for over thirty years. Look carefully at the pying belligerent, and in practice they wrapper and sec that it is the kind you have are not usually abrogated, but arc alalways bought, and has the signature of '(Jliav. II. Fletcher on the Wrapper. No one lowed to remain in force and to bo adlias authority from me to use my name ex- ministered by tho ordinary tribunal, cept The Centaur Company, of which Chas. substantially as they were before the H. 1'letchcr is president. occupation. SAMUKL PITCIIEIt, M. D. It is conceded that all public funds March 8, 18U7. and securities belonjrin'r to the srov- Snfc. eminent of the country in its Mr. O'Fannigan Ain't ycz afraid ycr right, and all arms and supplies own and bye Dinnv will git kilt in the war? Mrs. O'Flaherty Not a bit of it. Sure, other movable property of such gov he s on wan of thim proticted cruisers. N. irmncnt, may be seized by the mil. Journal. itary occupant and converted to his Try AIIcm'h I'io(-Kiis- c, own use. The real propo rty of tha A powder to be shaken into the shoes. At 'this season vour feet feel swnllnn. nprvmu Uatc he may hold and administer, and hot, and get tired easily. If you have it the same time enjoying tho revenue! smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's thereof, but ho is not to destroy it Foot-EasIt cools the feet and makes walk, ing easy. Cures swollen and sweating feet, save in the case of military necessity. blisters and callousspots. Kclicvescornsanii All public means of transportation, bunions of all painandgivesrestandcomfort. jucli as telegraph lines, cables, rail'Try It Sold by all druggists ami shoo stores for i!5c Trial package FWCE. Ad- ways and boats belonging to the state dress, Allen S. Olmsted, Lc Roy, N. Y. muy bo appropriated to his use, but, unless in case of military necessity, Fu(nre. "Some young men," remarked the ob- they aro not to be destroyed. server of men and things, "have such daz-?lAll churches and buildings devoted futures that they can't see whetc to religious 'worship and to the arts .they are stepping." Detroit Journal. and sciences, all school houses, arc, so To Dare a Cold In Olio Uay far as possible, to bo protected and all Talca Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets. All destruction or intentional defacement druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c of such places of historical monuhen n pretty Rirl lias good, hard senso ments or archives or of works of it indicate that she hasnn uncommonly sen- science or art is prohibited, save when sible mother. A Ichihon Globe. required by urgent military necessity. As the result of military occupation, After six years RUfTerlnpr, I was cured by I iso s Cnro. Mary Thomson. 2flW Ohio the taxes and duties payable by tho Ave., Allegheny, Ph., March III, JJ, inhabitants to tho former government become payable to tho military occu. Nothinp pleases us more than to get two pant, unless ho sees fit to substitute bores to boring each other. inveterate for them other rates or modes of conWashington (la.) Democrat. tribution to the cxponscs of the govllnll'it Cntnrrli Cure ernment. The moneys so collected are Xa taken Internally. Piiee 7Dc. to be used for tho purpose of paying "Money tnll.a." If theic is anv clian2 the expenses of government under the Mming to you, that's back talk. L. A. W. military occupation,, such as tho sal.Bulletin. aries of tho judges and the police, and for the payment of tho nxpenses of the army. Private property taken for the uso of the army is to be paid for wlien pos siblc in cash at a fair valuation and Mud' moro easily and comfortably by when payments In cash is not possible, puttins una keeping your body In trlui receipts aro to be given. condition by taking- Hood's Sarsaparlllu. All ports and places In Cuba which It makes good blood, promotes proper circulation and keeps ovcry organic may be in the actual possession of our oppr.uion jTrco from friction. land and naval forces will be opened to tho commerce of all neutral nations, as well as our own, In articles not contraband of war, upon payment of the prescribed rates of duty which Is Amorka'a Greatest Modlcir.c. genOc. mild, offeo-A- ll may bo in force at tho time of the ime i! -- Ther were standing nt the counter, and I couldn't help but hear. "Talk about hard hick," said the girl with the hot chocolate. "I know a worn-.nwho had an awful thing happen to her over in New York." 'Oh, do tell me about it," gurgled tha jirl with the ice cream soda. "Well," went on the chocolate girl, "she's not wealthy at all, you know, and she doesn't If ji a nurtc. So, one day, when she had t &o down town shopping, she took her bab, and left it at one of those 'lay They gav nfck a nursery cieehc places. cheek for it, and she went off shopping. She tlidn't ecmc back to the creche till late in the afternoon, and when she went to take out the check it was cone." "Good gracious!" said the girl with tlio. " hat ice cream soda, looking shocked. did she do?" "Well," went on the chocolate girl, "they told her she couldn't take the baby without check, and t.he'd have to wait till the other babies were taken away, .mil then she could .liavo what was left. So she waited for hours and hours, till all (he babies were gone but one, and when she went to get that well, the only baby left was a colored baby." "Oh, how perfectly awful!" exclaimed the girl with the ice cream soda, in accents of horror. "What did she do? Wasn't she perfectly frantic? My goodness, how lior- rible! Didn't she ever get her baby back again? I should think she'd have been perfectly crazy. Wlul did she do?" "Oh, Mid the chocolate girl, coolly, "alio (took the colored baby. It was hers. Sho was coloicd, you know." And in the silence which followed I could iiear the snapping of the bonds of a tender Washington Post. -- and lifelong friendship. n i A Washington, July 10. A state paper that will be historic, marking- nn epoch in American history, was issued Monday night by direction of President McKinlcy. Ity order ofSecretary Alger, Gen. Corbin Monday night cabled tho document to Gen. Shatter, in command of the military forces at Santiago. Tho paper is not only an authorization and instruction of Gen. Sbaftcr for tho government of the captured territory, but also a proclamation to the people of the territory of tho intentions of the government of the United States regarding them and their interests. It marks the formal establishment of n new political power in the island of Cuba and inspires to the people of tho territory over which tho power extends absolute security in tho exercise of tlicir private rights anil relations, as well as security to their persons and property. The first effect of tho military occupation of the enemy's territory is tho severance of the former political relations of the inhabitants, and tho establishment of a now political power. Under this changed condition of things, tho inhabitants so long us they perform their duties, are entitled to security in their persons and property and in all their private rights and re- l'rovnkcili the cause ofnlarm, the terrified parents kept the. telephone wireshot till they secured the presence of three doctors who were quickly followed by others who hnd not been in when called. White the others were gravely consulting, ono shrewd practitioner the story of tho Sundny school lesson nnd administered a dose of sugar nnd wnter. Ten minutes Inter the little fellow wns telling how near lio came to dying, while he was eating enough for a harvest hand. Detroit rrcc Press. Paris' 1000 exhibition will he tho sixteenth held in the city. The site of the first, in 1703, wns the Champ do Mnrs, where 110 exhibitors showed their wares in wooden booths nnd 23 mednls were awarded. Three successively largo exhibitions followed in the Louvre in 1S01, 1802 and 1S09. Under the restoration there were exhibitions in 1S19, 1S22 nnd 1S27, also in tho Louvre. They became more popular tinder Louis Philippe, the number of exhibitors making it necessary to uso first the rincc tlti Carrousel, and in 1839 and 1844 the Champs Klysees. The 1849 exhibition in the Champs ICIysccs required 2,200 square meters of spnecand cost $120,000. The first international exhibition, in 1S."5, brought about tho construction of the Palais do I'lndus-tric- , that has just been torn down, which wns used for the 1807 exhibition. Tho 1373 exhibition, with 52,835 exhibitors nnd 10,000,000 visitors, and that of 18S9, with 55,480 exhibitors and 32,500.000 the Champs do Mnrs. X. Y. Sun. on now," The second developed later in th day. She told the little ones that they must not let the weeds grow up in their hearts, for they were the weeds of sin nnd worse thnn death. One fat cherub who had never known what it was to be sick set up a howl ns soon ns bo reached homo. Heing short on n knowledge of anatomy he sat holding His digestive nppnrnttis nnd declaring that the weeds growing in his heart were "a most killin' " him. Ignornnt of Two events of one day convinced n She is a dignified woman, and sometime The unwary do not young nuiy or 1'iety liui that the In- she is overpowering. hnwpvpr. tmpii'n r lit 4 milrklv. Tlin di(. fant mind is one of the most profound some mysteries of nature. It was her first ,niftcd woman has been spending city. time hospitals in ono of effort with n class of little Sunday went therethe rest and of this Since She for quiet. Bhe school children, nnd after talking with has recovered her health she tells some them in her most imprcsslvo way for amusing stories of her experience. Here half an hour she asked her precious is one The dignified woman was walking down charges what they thought of their lessons. One little girl with golden the I1.1IJ one day when she was accosted by hair nnd great blue eyes such as artists flin fiirtntl4 U'nm.in. Tlip ttrinnu tpnman love to reproduce in themes divine in- had been wondering about the dignified woman, and she said: dicated a desire to speak. "I hog your pardon, madam, bnt I would "What is it, my dear?" like to know what you have becu operated "Miss Earnest, if you lived to be n on for?" hun'red years old you'll never have a 'What?" exclaimed the dignified woman. prettier lint than tho ono what yon got "Well, explained the curious woman, "my friend in the next room and I have been wondering nhout yon. You walk about the iinll with such a light ami springy step that we wonder about what kind nf nn Aimnti'm, you have undergone." lie curious woman held her ground. She was determined to know what was Ihe matter with the dignified woman. The dignified woman replied: 'I have not been operated upon yet." "Oh!" said the curion woman, sympathetically. "N'o. I am not familiar wi'lh nnmtinn. said the dignified woman. The curious woman interrupted: "They are very successful here. Don't be worried " "I am wondering about an operation on the brain," said the dignified woman, in a cry dignified and distant manner. "I wonder if they could operate upon the brain in such n way as to enable people to attend to tbeir own affairs." The curious woman snorted and walked away in high dudgeon. The dignified woman was severe, it is true, hut she was provoked to it. St. Louis Republic. 1 She hair a plant. What makes tho jjlant fado and wither? of necessary nourishment. Tho reason why Dr. Ayer's Hair Vigor restores gray or faded hair to its normal 13 liko Usually lack color, stops hair from falling, and makes it grow, is because it supplies the nourishment tho hair needs. "When a girl at school, in Reading, Ohio, I had a Bersra attack of brain fever. On ray recovery, I found myself perfectly bald and, for a long time, I feared I should bo permanently so. Friends urged me to Dr. Ayer's Hair Vigor, and, on doing so, my hair immediately began to grow, and I now have as heavy and fine a head of hair as ono could wish for, boing changed, howover, from blonds to dark brown." Mrs. J. II. Hoesntder, 152 Pacific Av., Santa io Cnu, Cal. 3hyer's Mair Uigor, PAiNT For DECORATING WALLS CEILINGS WALLS MURALO WATER COLOR PAINTS and CEILINGS from j our irroci-- r ur "ilnt dealer iiml do jrour own decorating, Thl material l a IIA1CII FI.-INto beapplled wilua lirunhanU becomes a liardat rement. Milled In twentv.foiir tinu ami woi k equally aa well with colli or hot water. MrHrnd Tor NAM 11, IS t'OI.OIC !A JC1IH and lr you cannot purchanc thl material from your local dealer let u know and we will put you In the way of obtaining It. THF MURALO OOMPANY. NEW BniQHTON. S.I.. NEW YORK. iSo? MURALO STONE IN HER STOMACH. From the Gazette, Ulamllnsvllle, lit. The wife of the Ilcv. A. It. Adams, pastor cf the Bedford Christian Church at 111., was for years compelled to live a life of torture from disease. Her case battled the physicians, but she is alive and well, and tells the story of her recovery as follows: "About six years ago," said Mra. Adams, "I weighed about 110 pounds, but my health began to foil and I lost Ilcsh. My food did not agree with me and felt like a (tone in my stomach. I began to bloat all over until I thought I had dropsy. "I had pains nnd soreness in my left side which extended clear across my back and also into the region of my heart. During these spells a hard ridge would appear in the left side of my stomach and around the left side. "These attacks left me sore and exhausted. All last summer I was so nervous that the children laughing and playing nearly drove 1 mo wild. suffered also from female troubles and doctored with ten different physicians without receiving any help. ".My nus-- I !I1H band having rcaa in rue 1'nrln RiiinnltlnnK. yXTW!sa' 5rt A Beauiifu Present 'MQlRGfift n m ' ii - "1 "..1 c juro chap m guffs MQURMKOCOOMrtC' mviyi sw KZ ItMrouNoor this srtnrH win co Cf ANT OIHtft tTABCM. "J.CiUI&IMGER IVMOKUUCWA, prw tlAVWJWKVj BROS?, FREE for a few months to all users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flatlron Brand). To induce you to try this brand of starch, so that you may find out for yourself that ail claims for its superiority and economy arc true, the makers have had prepared, at great expense,, a series-o- f four Pills for Pale People, but experienced no re- of Dr. Williams' Pink newspaper GA M PLAQUES - hend. "You got into tho market too late, count," she said in a busine-is-llkway. "It has already been cornered." Tho next day her engagement to a young man on the board of trade was announced. Chicago Pont. THE MARKETS. Itnthcr Antique. Gunn I've just succeeded in perfecting an lleyond Ilia Ilrnch. modern invention that will revolutionize The count bt'ciuno passionate in his warfare and make mv fortune. Dunn Indeed! What is ths nature of pleading. "Bo mlnoj" lie cried. "I hnve titles your discovery? "A powder that absolutely noNcless." and landed estates! I will ghe vou "Pshaw! That'so!d; women have been a position in the society in wliich loy- usin3 it for centuries." Chicago Evening alty moves! Say that I may hope for News. you!" Colored l'lilloiophy. She sighed, blushed nnd shook her "You kin ait yo' daily bread by prayin'," ays Uncle Mose. "but do nightly chicken has to be hustled fo'." Indianapolis Jour- To Wnnli Silk Stocking)). Silk stockings should be washed and rinsed only in lukewarm wnter. Wring the stockings out betweert towels niid press under muslin. Silk underwear is best washed by soaking for 15 minutes in lukewarm suds into which a little ammonia wnter hns been put. Never put any soap directly on tho gnrment, and it should never bo rubbed, merely squee.ed gently through the fingers and rinsed through one or two waters, all lukewarm. In the Inst water put a very little bluing solution and a tcaspoonful of liquid gum arable. Shake well and hnng to dry in ns smooth condition as possible, pressing lightly under a towel wliile still slightly wet. Housewife. I began taking tltem last November, induced me to try them. lief until I si2 boxes I "Afu Husband Baa." am now taking the eleventh box and have been greatly benefited. "I was also troubled with nervous prostration and numbness of my right arm and hand so that at times I could hardly endure the pain, but that has all passed away. I now have a good appetite and am able to do my own work. Have done more this summer than in the p.ist four years put together. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People cured mo and I thinklt my duty to let other sufferers know it." Hundreds of equally remarkable ves have been cured by Dr. William?' Pink Pills. exact reproductions of the. 5icr,ooo originals by Muvillc, which- will be given you ABSOLUTBLV 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 Quail, English Snipe-- . The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. life-. Each ELASTIC STARCH has been the standard for 25 years. MILLION packages of this brand were sold last year. That's how good it is. ASK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tclt you about Elastic Starch. Accept TWENTY-TW- O All pnrchassrs of thro 10 cont or slrScrnt puckngfMnf Elastto Starch (Flat Iron Brand), aro entitled to ro celro from their grocer ono of tlioo beautiful Oame Plaques fres. Till pluqtiej will not 1x3 sent by mail. Tlioy can bo obtained only from jotir Brocor. Do not dnlaj. This offer U (or a short time ocly. Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. L no substitute. v ' Vvl Colorado, Utah iaJ.PACinc Coast REACHED IN VIA nal. THE v ELEGANT SERVICE, MISSOURI PACIFIC RT. Stand tlie Heat larsa- IniRglsts. Hood's Pills ?,c. i uj U neiecL uiui'nciN 3AI.VKS Fair to good light... i V) UOUS Common 3X UU 3 7S 3 V) Mixed packers 390 ' :i ui &390 Light uhlDPor.s 3 SHKUP Cholco rj 3 75 5 M ft fl IK) LAMIIS Spring 3 w Sl3 40 SltAIN Wheat No. 2 red.ncw if, ll No. 3 red Hi 73 Corn No. 2 mixed di. 31'i !4 Oats No. 2 & Kye-N- 'o. 2. fo 41 0 00 $0(11 HAY- - I'rlmo to choice PKOVISIONS-M- cs l'orli foil) ttiii Lurill'rlmu steam M5 3V nU'll'KU-Chol- eo dairy 12 fc 18 I'rlmo to choice creamery.. if, 3 7J API'LKSNcw southern 400 POTATOES-Ne- w, 1 73 per hid 90 iH PLOUK-wlntcrfii-1 LIVESTOCK Caltlccoramon.J Cincinnati July 19. 3 im fe 3 TS n Imit8l't THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS Rednccd.nalPHdarimrliioSetisnn. Seo nearest Agent, or T?rIlo Iho General l'lHsen'ur Agent ut St. Louis, for farther information. C. C. WARNER. W. B. DODDRIDGE, H. C. TOWNSEND, I Viot'PntiuiNr. pt QtNiaAI. MANA31R. i.mii'5 "THE CLEANER 'T8S, THE COSIER 'TJS." J WHAT IS HOWIE WITHOUT I 5o. portation. CHICAGO. I'oor Diggings In Copper Jtlvcr. 19. Seatixk, Wash., July I wu "After will Merer be without I la4Mced to Over patents QKAIN Wheat-N- o. 2 led No. 3 Chicago spring FLOUUwlnter No. 2 2 1 100 COKN-- Nc, : them lu tho home. was In a Terr bod olmpo. and my head ached and I bod stomach troublo. Now. since tuk-tu- g Cascarou, I feci fluo. Mr wlfo basulwi ucd tbem Tilth benoHclal results for sour stomach " Jos. KitriiUNU. uci CiMicrc St., St. Louis, Ma. try !ACA-JBF.T- Sir liter Copper river minors have arrived here from Port Yaldcs. They found no gold in quantity sufficient to pay for working. Capt. Erickson, of tho Protection, reports Valdcs crowded with men OATS io fl",'.ft ;u st ;u,V 4 25 761f go POKK-M- css LAUU-Stc- am 0 90 5 U) Ni:V HYK OATS LAHU-Wost- H to a Mtf it 3i 23 0 05 ' YOItlC rr.OUK Winter patent WHEAT No. 2 red COltN No. 2 mixed POHK Nuw mess Mixed ,..., 1 10 ft 4 2S wanting to return. I br CANDY """i ib BIOISTCSID ! TIM DC MARK IJ Pleasant. Palatable Pownl. Tast Good. I Hood, Merer Hlcteti. Weaken, or Orlpr IOc.2ic.10i. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ,('-'- ... .IMrrUntt (. KHltnl,Hr Ilin.Tn RIP Bold and Riinrnntrrcl Uf Tai. II) o'l rtrilif. crn IioinbarUment of Mnnz.nllln. London, July 10. A special dispatch HAI.TIMOUE. FLOUH-Kumfrom Havana, dated Monday, says: UHA1N llyWhoat.-N2 "Seven American warships heavily Southern Wheat Corn Mixed bombarded Mnnzanillo this morning. OutsNo. 2 while live Three steamers of tho Mcncndcz line CATTLE-Flr- Sa 2 western quality woro set on fire. Several gunboats HOGS-Wes- ot that wore in the harbor Issued for tho INDIANAPOLIS No. 2 defvuso of the town, but were strand Corn No. 2 mixed ed. The result of tho bombardment Oats No. 2inlxcd is not yet known here." . LOUISVILLE. PLOUIt Winter patent a Tho commissioner of internal No. 2 red Corn Mixed,..., has held that receipts used'-Oats Mixed checks to draw money from luulca urr POItU-Mes- s... LAltD-Stea- ra., bnbjsct to ths stamp tax o. tern . GRAIN-Whcat-rev-enuOKAIN-Wheat-- 10 40 ftft 27!','(6 21U 10 W 00 it BOO 5G0 80K 73 6i 800 k$ 81Vi " 'i'W& 3i ea 4 41 4 37? si j Ci 4 70 4J 4 W 4- - 73V4 313 25 3 75 a GL 4 00 70 is clue hot only to tho origlnulity and simplicity of tho combination, but also to tlio euro and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the Camfoknia Fio Svhlt Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all tho importance of purchasing tho true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by tho Camfohnia Fio Svnur Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist ono in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. Tho high standing of tho California Fio Syiiup Co. with the medical profession, and tho satisfaction which tho genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes tho name of tho Company a guaranty of tho excellence of its remedy. It is far in advanco of all other laxatives, as it acts on tho kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not grlpo nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, pleaso remember tho name of tho Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN KltASClSCO. Cl. MEW YOKK. Jf.Y. LOUUVILLK. Kj. -- i Winchester imped" ,5hot Gun SHELLS SHOOT "tSwTiViii'i for Oruolc Ull the only sure euro In tuu lcer, llano Ulccra, Ncrottiloiia Vleer; Vurl-cui- e Vlcera, Gangrene, Fover Morea. andall Old Muni. It novur fall. Dm w. outfall poison. Haves exuonse ami iinnVrlnir Cup" permanent. Uct ialTo for Piles, liujrni, llta. and all Treah Alacee,ily mill, stoyi.Hlo; Jan: Wound, Ulo. Hook free. J. 1. AI.I.kS .tUiltlCIft CO., Nt. Iuul, Minn. Mold by t'"i;Tlata. -f UKADKRS Ol' TH19 PAPK8 IHCSIUINO TO 11UY ANYTlKN Used byAllthe (jjampiotShots. NfKC ftae. Seto fOR Si' AiC ona Postal &so. UlVrPMD QTALOOVe. VlNCHKTEIiREPEATINGIlMS isq irtiitn!3nM. Hiwnnm. uw thno WAR SXSSSSSkl tuously Illustrated (prlrr 'J), frrr to anybody sending two annual autxcrlption nt tt each to tho Diet-lanMonttily.SAN FUANCISCO. Sample Overland 3c. ADVKUTISKD IM ITS SHOULD INSIST Ut'ON UiVP't WIIATTHItr AS. fOIl. IsrfL'SINQ ALU UtlaTITl.'TKS Oil 1U.TATION3. The Best BOOK I iraWfc-iijliti;i:;lll(X WHHIk AIL ELSE FAILS. treatment freo. TJsal A. N. K.- -E cae. DROPSYSSS?: send for book- - of Or, U. tmtlnJL1' nJ IO dnra u. euf'H SOjg.iUaau.'ua. - 27 .'((1,10 50 MrcaajBHV Beat Cough Syrup. TftteaOood. in time, boici Dr arugxiats. 1718 IllTT.a m rZTaHVTml WHEN WRITING 10 9VERTtaEm plenae state that yot) at' f tOO AllVCfttM neat Id thu payer. lo A I'! t Ml ' ri M?yK I A J sm ft