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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1898 mou1898072901 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. M J'? V I. p. ' 4 Mflll VOLUME XII. CITY OF SAN JUAN. IL BbV3sK;a 't 29, 1898. 20w 9w a. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE SURRENDERED. MILES' COUNTKY., FRIDAY, JULY CHEERED OUR FLAG. Unprecedented Compliment Pali! by Spanish Trlnoner to Their Captors jOEAn OfllcerV Opinion. NUMBER46 MEN LANDED. i- - OH SpinUh Troop to the Number of 3,005 Now of the Arrival of Transport bouth Coast of l'orto Itico Laudmid HOI) Volunteer In Hun I.uls and l'al- lUnitctl Stiilca Will Land Troops on ing Mado Monday. mit i:trluuo (Sire Up Their Arms. Three Sides of Porto Itico. Washinoto.v, July 20. Unofficial Wasiiixoiox, July 25. Tho war dereceived by the war department partment nt midnight posted the folThe Third Kxpcclltlnu 'Will I.iiml on the announce tho arrival of Gen. Miles off lowing: Coast (len. I.'I.envcr'n ComNorth Santiaoo, via Ilaytl, July 51. Adju- tho south coast of Porto Rico, and mand Will Join Mile ut at Troops Kiubnrk. tant General of tho Army, Washing- that his troops are being landed adGuanlca. From that point an ton: Lieut. Mlley has returned from San vance will be made upon Ponce, Ni:v York, July 25. It Is said here three thousand or tli at the government intends to fit out Luis and Palma Estriano, where he where two days ugo to receive surren- 'Spaniars form a garrison. It is inthree Porto Klein expeditions, which went four town, will land on three sides of" tho Island der of Spanish troops. The number tended to take possession of this surrendered was larger than Gen. which is well located, and utilize it ns and form a circle around San Juan, oi and that within a few weeks after Toral reported 3,005 Spanish troops a rendezvous for the concentration and 350 volunteer guerrillas gave up an army to march upon San Juan. landing- Gen. Miles will control the Ponce, and entire country. The first expedition their arms and gave parole and have There is a cable station at practically to work; 3,000 stands of Gen. Miles will thus be in Qen. Miles will, It is ex- gono under turned in loaded on direct communication with tho authorpected, land in Guanico, and will arms wcro proceed to Joes. From there they will ox carts and started to tho rail ities here! . St. Thomas, D. W. I., July 20. The po to I'onco by rail, and from Ponce to road; Spanish troops accompanying San Juan on a road which is pood in him to San Luis and all apparently United States troops were landing cither tho rainy or tho dry season. greatly delighted at prospects of re- Monday on the island of 'Porto Rico Tlicv were on tho near Ponce, on the south coast. The expedition commanded directly turning home. Madrid, July 20. A private dispatch Porto verge of starvation and I have to send hy Gen. Miles will await the If the num- from San Juan dc Porto Rico says a HIean representatives, under command them rations of Gen. L'Lcuvors, who will join Gen. bers keep up as they have there will bo strong American squadron has appeared before ISahia Honda, but that about 21,000 to ship away nearly Miles at Guanico. here, 3,000 from San Luis, 0,000 thelAraerican attempt to disembark The next expedition "will land at a port south of San Juan, and from (luantanamo, and over 2,000 at was repulsed with considerable loss. Washington, July 20. The war dethe third will land on one of the small Saguaund llaracoa. (Signed) SlIAl'TEI!, partment was' busied Monday hurryplaces on the north coast. From here Major General Commanding. ing the dispatch of tho remainder of they will besiege and cut oil the Miles' expedition agalns't l'orto Rico. Spanish forces. the iSuch'prOgress has been made that it is In Guanico there are telegraph facilWILL CONTEST. hoped all of the troops will boon Porto ities, but not cable facilities. The cable runs from Ponce directly to Santo-mas- . Unsuccessful lllddor Ilrlnpr Action to Rlcan soil within a week at latest ticn. Miles is not expected to defer his If Gen. Miles has control of the llnvo Contract Awarded to Transport landing until that time, but probably l'rlsoners Set Aside. Vflble in Ponec lie can communicate will pick out a suitable place for cn-- 3 directly with the United States via World says: camping his troops and establish himNr.w Yoisk, July25.i-Th- e however, has This cable, Galveston. no communication with the San Juan A lawyer has been retained by tho self ashore awaiting the arrival of the other detachments now on their way. steanNship companies who were unsucline. Washington', July 25. The brigade cessful bidders for transporting tho War department officials; expect that ' commanded by Gen. Fred Graut, con- 22,000 captured Spanish prisoners the first news received from Gey Miles sisting' of the 1st nnd 'Brd Kentucky from Santiago to Spain, and will begin will come through the press disand the nth Illinois, w.ii Saturday action Saturday to have the contract patches, as the general has not with ordered to Povto Itico. It will sail made by the government with tliej him, h!) far as is known, any dispatch from Newport News,, and will leave Gampagnio Transatlantlquo Kspanola UUU15. lUHUl UU ill IL'Jlli CLUIUllilJ uu- ChicUamimga as soon as railroad' nc- - set aside. The ground taken is that fore direct cable communication can . -'. 5 uilT. be established witrf him and in the . r . i . . Lmcanllmo'r.aliftKeo must; bchad on the rr,.--. -.' JfcVv if . L ,Lr'i m w- k&siwt III n ? ll ad-vicco 12,-0o, ' THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, i STANFORD. KY.( Bucoewen to the Lincoln National $.. Bank. Hy provision ol Its charter, depositors are as folly protected m ire depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par value thereof in addition tojthe amount invested invsuch shares: It may act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an individual, NewYork, July war chewring was tiicjunusunl sight witnessed at the Union dock in 'Brooklyn Monday. Tho siglu was all the more significant as thfyfclioers came from Spanish tho flag of Prisoners of their captors throat&jf Tho 254 prisoners captured on'the four prize steamers now in port were abjp,ut to sail for home under tho Urltish flag. They were on board tho Hcsperia, of the Anchor line, and as she bjicSed out of tho dock one of tho p'atror gunboats came by. With one accord t the prisoners raised thrco mightycheers which startled the people on ftho Itrooklyn shore and could be heard onfyjovcrnor's island. Jjyas the best they could do in tlianfflng Uncle bam for the kindness lavished on' the m while thev were pris- oners. 1 The Ilcsneria left at 3 p. nvj bounu for Italian ports. She will put the prisoners on shoro at iTiuraitar. xno prisoners wcro a happy' lot and their appearanca 6liowed! that they had been well treat cd while in enforced idleness. Among thef 25J prisoners were six officers. They 5iav6 saloon accommodations, while ne others are in the steerage. One'dft'thc Spanish officers said: "If our ,JuCn In the field realized cither the, hopelessness or our cause or the treatment they would get at the handsof the Americans they would not (fight wng. The quickest and easiest ta reach home Is to surrender. I in fighting where there is a chanc, but our blockaded soldiers dont fknow we haven't a chance. They eau get home quicker by surrendering, and iu the mcantlmo bo well 'fed 'anU taken care of. Hut they think the Americans will murder them." TheJAustrian consul paid S17 alhcaib .fol. tKHpnssago 0f cacli of the prls- oners, r Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Stan ford. Kentucky, December 31. 1806. RESOURCES: KotM and Bills LIABILITIES: U02.8IS.21 1,095.82 4.202.41 n4S.239.2a 25, 1387,015,90 Other Stocks and Donda. Overdfas Duo Cftsli rrom'-Dan- Uanulnj Boase aad Fixtures.... Capital Stock Surplus Fund , Individual Deposits Due to Banks ta,ooaX , 19,433.41 1M.504.01 12.Ott.4t t3S7,IM3.M DIRECTORS: J. J. Williams. Mt Vornon. J. S. Owsley, Stanford. B. Owsley, Stanford. William Gooch, Stanford. S. II. Shanks, Stanford. J. Embry, Stanford. J. F. Cash, Stanford. A. W. Carpenter, Stauford. S. J. W. II. Cummins, Lincoln County. E. Lynn, Stanford. J.N. Mcncfce, Stanford. 8. H. SHANKS, President. J, B. OWSLEY, Cashie W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. MVWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, and they will receive prompt attention, J. B. OWSI,EY, Cashier fiy fl BUSINESS EDUCATION" Is absolutely necessary to the younp man or young' woman who would win success ,in llfo. This belnp; conceded, it is of the first importance to got your iraining'ai inc scnooi mat siaaus iu iub very iront ranKrz-ui- a Bryant i if'iV5. BW. " & 1W. .: ununimwHBmij ?. M VT-frittis- ' The u iVY,?Al : Stratton Business College, pq.quisLXiDE, kit., . It will be mailed TREE. if, jr .. f U ..r -- ? t. om Miles jinu time most or Gen. Ilvooke's comm'and would be embarked by Wednesday. Tho work of embarkation at Hampton Road's s being conducted with much less dilli-cult- y and delay than was expected, Col. Hcckcr, in chargo of the transportation division of tho war department, who has just returned from that place, has reported to Secretary Alger; that ',1 Attorney J. Hartwell Cabell Monday morning. Horace R. Dunbar tho president and general manager, also assigned at the samo time. There are no preferences named, In the Gibson house assignment tho assets are given at 8100,000, while tho No liabilities arc placed at 500,000. sooner had the Gibson House company assignment bceij made than it was followed up by an individual assignment of Horace 1$. Dunbar. Col. Dunbar is practically the Gibson House Co., as he owns nearly nil the shares. There are 11 or 12 other stockholders who own from one to five shares each. Col. Dunbar places his assets and liabilities at 2,500. The only assets available are tho hotel fixtures and furnishings nnd book accounts. None of the banks wcro caught. The company has a lease to run 07 years moro at 830,000 per an num from Peter Gibson. :. nent positions all over tho United Statos rs 1 i j. " m - . t its s 1 f t" r;i. Zl fi1 of the troops. Consequently the secretary Monday ordered all of Gen. Grant's brigade, 3,000 men, from slK O Cliioknmauga to .Newport News. It is not expected that all' of the transports UT required for their accommodation will We carrv Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, ffi hie have arrived there by the time the solOils. Varnishes. Patent Medicine, T?ntiPX iSl diers ffetln, but they will be encamped Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &u Prescrip- - MC yi on suitable grounds there, and it is Qi tions carefully compounded at 1 hours. w believed will be benefitted by the cy Give us a call lor goods usually :ept in a fig change from Chickamauga. first-class drugstore. ET3 7i Secretary Long Monday forwarded kv3 rS to Adm. Dewey the joint resolution of congress extending the thanks of conGOVERNMENT BUILDING AT SAN JUAN. gress for tho victory achieved at Cavite. To .'"Operate With America nnd ling- land. Tho resolution was benutlfully enicomtnodations and transports can bo the successful bidder is a licensed cor- grossed and prefaced by a formal atLondon, July 20. A special dispatch poration of a nation ,rwith whom testation of its authencit3' by Secretary from Shuuxhai says the Japanese war secured. aud that' accord- of State Day, the whole being enclosed ships Woshinu, Chin-YeItsukusliima ClIlCKAMAUOA Paiik, Ga., July 2."i. , we are at war ' passed by in richly gilt and have been hastily disAt general headquarters camp was ing to a medsuro o'rnamented Russia and one-haof leather covers. struck at daylight Saturday morning. ftho Spanish cortes, Itls to be remarked that patched to Sniseho to relhforco the Tho signal and hospital corps iramo tho receipts of every corporation doing Secretary Long, uv his letter of trans- Japanese squadron there, making it dlately marched to Ilossville to take business under the Spanish govern- mittal, makes reference to a letter from the strongest on those waters. It hns with the route ment must be surrendered to govern- the secretary of state complimenting been ordered to the train for Newport-News,-eto Porto Itico. Tho signal corps, com- ment to help defray the expenses of Adm. Dewey upon his direction of af- Rrltish and American admirals in tho manded by JIaj. Glassford, in Com- Uie war. By letting tho contract to fairs sinco the1 great naval victory, a event of International complications. pany 4, includes men from every a 'Spanish corporation the United formal evidence that the state depart- While tho dispatch does not explain -- 523,100 btate, Mexico and Canada. Many of Statcp government indirectly pays into ment is thoroughly well satisfied with tho matter, it isinferrrd the squadron Surplus Capital Stock $200,000. tho regulars who have been to- - Cuba, tliCSpauish treasury an amount equal the diplomatic qualities lie has exhib- is desired to be in readiness for Philwill accompany Maj. Glassford's com- to onehalf the contrat stipulation. ited. Tho letter of Secretary Long is ippine operations. i 'Also that tho government thereby remand. ns follows: llolgulu Iteportnl Uviicu.ited. T, W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Refd leases from blockado all tho enemy's I Navy Dkiwutmknt. The 3d Illinois lit Newport Hen. Santiago, July 20. It is reported WASHINGTON, Julyi'.", 1M8. f T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, Nkwi-ok- t Ni:ws, Va., July 25. The vessels to bo used in the transportation Sin Tho department lias received from tlis that lien. Luquo and tho 10,000 Spanfrom tho neutral ports where they are J. S. Hockcr and M. J. Miller. Sun3d flllnois regiment arrived here becrctary of fetuto an engrossed and ccrtltlcd ish boldiers who havo been holding now in shelter. ropy of n Joint resolution of congress, tenderday afternoon, in three special trains llolguln have evacuated the town. We solicit the accounts of the citizens ol Rockcastle and adjoining ing tho tlianlis of congress to you nnd tho Should tho report prove true it would from Camp Thomas. The first train Civalry to Leuve for l'orto Klco. counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business onlccrs and men of tho squadron under your bringing Gen. Haines, and the Ud batWashington, July S3. Five troops command, for transmission to you, and here- indicate t. desire on the part of the Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with 4 view talion in command of Maj. Shand, of cavalry at Camp Alger, Vu., have with encloses tho same Spanishto surrender the entire east business relations, respectfully invited. came at 12:55. and was followed at 1:10 been ordered to proceed to Newport Their plan, prob- to y, Accompanying the copy of tho joint resolu- end of tho island. JNO. J. McROBERTS. Guhlci. S..HQCKER, Pre tho first battalion in command of News for embarkation on transports tion the department recclvod a letter from tho ably is to concentrate their forces and ljy secretary of state requesting that there be make u determined stand iu the westMaj. Jackson, and at 2:55 by the 3d for Porto Uico to reinforce Gen. Miles. of your battalion in command of Mnj, Coughy. They will leave, if practicable, with conveyed to you his high appreciationthe good ern provinces, and finally iu Havana ifcharacter us a naval oftlcor and of 1,204 men in nil. 'There wcro itself. Gen. Rain's brigade. The troops sent Judgment und prudence yo'u havo shown In di. t are all famous ones in their section, recting affairs since the dote of )'our great The Truusport Arunsus In (Junrnntlne. Summer aad Winter Ilesort Iturned. achievement In destroying tho Spanish fleet. Tampa, Fla., July 20. Tho trans-poGalveston, Tex., July 25. The the list being troops A and C, of New This I talto great pleasure In doing, and Join Aransas arrived at quarantine hotel, located on Alio gulf front York cavalry, tho governor's troop, heartily, on behalf of the nay department, as iieach Sheridan troop and tho Philadelphia well as personally, lu the commendation of tho Monday and will bo held. The Arau-sa- s and ono of the leading summer and city troop of Pennsylvania. sccrctiry of state. has on board 04 persons, and on winter resorts in tho south, burned Very respectfully, her trip from Santiago several cases a loss estimated at Saturday, entailing No Yellow Fever In Tuuipa. Sohn D. I.ONO. Secretary. Washington, July 25. Owing to per- Rr. Adm. George Dewey, U. S. N.. Commander-in-C- of yellow fever developed. She was from $200,000 to S250.O00. Insurance Everything;- - lu held at tho quarantlno hief U. S Naval Force, Asiatic Stastation at only partial. The building nnd con- sistent reports that there was yellow tion. Mullet Key. fever at Tampa, notwithstanding detents arc a total less. Troops at Newport New. First Shipments of HonUs. nials by the Florida state olliclals, Dr. Llrut. llrldRts Alive and Well. Newt-ou- t Nr.ws, Va July 20. InWashington, July 20. A treasury C. II. Iirunncr, the yellow fever specialist, St. Louis. July 25. Lieut. United who represented the marine hospital coming trains duriug the last 30 hours statement shows there aro abont 30,-0Uridtres. of Company II, '. persons to whom bonds under tho was reported service at Havana until the outbreak have brought nearly 0,000 troops to States infantry, who at Santiago, is alive. His moth- of the war, was directed to make an this city. These include tho 2d brig- govcrnjnent's popular loan will be alkilled of tho 1st army corps, la command er has received a letter from the young investigation. He roporta that after ade lirlg. Haines, from Chickamauga lotted. or All persons offering to take "it can bo of less ylll receive .bonds, Tho 4,500 officer saying ho is well and in com- a close inspection company, the captain hav- stated that there is not a caso oi yel- park, Tenn., and five troops of cavalry first shipments' of 'the now bonds wcro. mand of Ins mad') Monday. from Camp Aler. low, fever thorc. ing bee wounded. H it ii eminently suited to the Druggists and Pharmacists. ship-ine- MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt Vernon, Ky. i M ' n, Sal-Ye- n, lf First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. - rt GO TO JONAS McKENZIE For Dru eooas. Giotmno. boois ana Shoes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at Living Price: -- f . ip wwwwuya Brodhead Fair. Always Succes:i ,Mt. , fi.ii it IIIICTI "! I 111 M I r t -- -r 1,- t .il 1808 i Fakes Place August 17, 18, and 19 tk ii r. yull - iaDiOTHwmnMRannRnMiv"am iiwwmmimh' inpwjfciy-Twp- VMbSignal 20, ii-- Lee Reynolds and wife, of Brod head, were the guests of Mrs. Juo Walton last week. Miss Hattie Satterfield has returned to her home :n Glasgow Junction. Mrs. W. H. Satterfield accompanied her and will be her guest for some time. Fbiuay, July I898 Published every Friday by Come to sec us. Will sell you honest jgoods at lair prices. ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS 'OUR MOTTO. DAVI S &SON General Merclnaradi&e -- DEAUiRS IN- - ft j JAMBS MARE orne0rf01d , Mrs. W. R. Dillion and family, weie in Lexington for several days SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAK $I.OO the guests of thf hpldier boys, and to .see the officers receive their .Advertising rales made known on commissions, of which Louis Dillion is 2nd Lieutenant of Co. G. application 4th Regiment. Wfr. VERNON. KY. Main and Church Sts Brodhead Marble W6fKs W. H. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR. JUANUKACTUIUi.'l AND The houses built by W. R. Dillion for Messrs. Roller and h VOR CONGRESS are completed and they have GILBERT, iHon.G.-C- . taken possession of same, and we OF SHELIIY. are glad to welcome Messrs Roller and Orndolph and their excellent T families to Livingston. What is Spain iljas made fttvert'ures thrpugjh the,. French Ambassador, Stanford's loss is Livingston's gain. Orn-dolp- Dl'AU'R IN Monhumenlis "ari'rj 'Torrit: "Sories. - ajWjisljinton for to-da- peace. She Died; wants to ascertain America's desires on the t subject. tcKinles answer is expected In the meantime Gen. Mijes has landed forces in Porto Rico and it vill be but a short time befoie 30,000 Yankees will be on that island! The terms of peace will likely be1 no money indemnity, independence of Cuba, the cession of Porto Rico and the Ladrones and a coaling station in thePhilipines. If War is continued Spain will have to pay the expense. 1BRODHEAD. 1" . s J J1 n-M- i f flPr Nat Northern from heart LIVINGSTON Mr. T. Merimee is visiting in Stanford. V trouble. Jerry Frith is still busy in his lumber interests. ''Hi Messrs Catron and Wood were in our town Wednesday. lTRfou-lo-t Prof. Chaudler has been verry sick for onie days but is better at Lumber and' post linulutu ft he present. wntlirlnvord and people re J. R. CasS mother ari'd sister, of" K JA with a will. Louisville, are spending a few days with him this week. LANG FORD The H. L. Tate house will be? -- ci v. Vu& 6th- m 1 Mt. Vernon Collegiate-Institute- r 6," 1898. v 1N CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. all Session Openes September Academic, Intermediate, and Primary, Departments. Two- - brodhead. When Your llor.--e Special Normal "Worlc for Teacliera L. MSCR6GGS. Principal Is Shod By v orl.-in- g THO1?' TAYLOR Blacksmith, You may (Upend upon it that it has been done in a scientific manwill stav on unner and the W'CASH. til worn out completed in a few days and will be' . occupied by Lige Herrin was in Mt; Wednesday. femon Holbert McClure, of Paris, was here last week. Hon. Sam Ward was in vour town Fridaylast.Hf r W. J. Sparks and family are vis iting in Ml. Vernon, Mrs. L. L. Jarrett left here Mrs John P6'$lf visTA't Tuesday for Corblh. LWndon and etit.s Suud ly lnt. Livingston to visit relatives and ' his friends at each place. James Ru'dfe 9f(h' school hete on Uieitii! F. Fiancisco, the congenial pro19i , , . s F. FRANCISCO. Propr. prietor of the Frith Hotel not ' The heavv rain aauiruay cna . Located at the Depotg?""- withstanding the 24 hoursoffc hard ,much 'damage at work each day, grows fatter all the j 1 he Crudup Jstouew Company Ky is time. Still we know he drinks no doing an immense, business now. ,Good ,Livcfy Attached ' ' Vl beer. -- Meet all Trains, 'Day and Night. v Grandpa Sordan, nged Si years, is sly ill. '2st-ii- HttWl Frith J3rodliead, Town Lots for business and Deweling In the most desirable Part of Town 'frear new ueuou them. , Livingston y -- I Houses. fl Hi.HM 1 this-place- Tilmau Gilpiu secured a position Born to the wife of T. D. Mul with the Illinois Central R. R. ling on the 23rd, a boy. There were 46 men in. in this Mrs. T It., Saunders is visiting county came4 to this place and tile famil of Maj. Jos. Coffey. joined Mrr Gilpin's crew - The 7Mrs. Ida Webb, of Louisville, is Cohipany wanted him to work 75 .tfastting her father, A. N. Bentley. men but owing to the short, notice, llss Cleo Mullins is visiting her he only secured 46 but more will Success to f:iend Gilpin. au'ut, MrsE. J. Brown, in Stanford. follow. and his entire crew. Mrs. Dr. Cooper has returned,' from a visit to her parents at Ctab WILDIE. Orchard. Parks, of Parks-vil'.e- , H. Blazer was m Mt. Vernon is visitinglier sister, Mrs. W. Monday. i W. Wright. Sam Gover weut to Richmond Miss Lizzie Browning is visiting Lin- Sunday and returned Monday. her uncle, W. M. Fields, in coin county. Mr Smifh of this place was visiting relatives in Madison county last Mrs. J. D. and family of Paris are visiting frieiids and rela- week. tives here this weeki We are having plenty of rain in tnis neignooruoou and crops are Miss Annie Ashlock, ofStanford, has returned home after a Visit to looking well. her sister, Miss Mary. Will Branaman is suffering con- sideraaly from comming in contact Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stucky, of Louisville, were the guests of J. with poisou vine. R. Stucky labt week. Isaac Philips Sold six head of cattle to Bud Dunn last week for Mrs. J. H. Browning was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Knte oue hundred dollars. ',Magee, at London, last week. Bro. Langford filled his appoint Mrs. Bowman Smith has returned ment at the christan church here , ,to her home in McKinney after a Saturday and Sunday. visit to her brother J. D. McKin- Henry Fish who has been visitney. ing his brothet A. T. Fish went to v Messrs Mart Hix and Geo. Griff Crab Orchard Wednesday, in are advertising for a, big picnic Edgar Hayes has moved to J. Aug. 4th. Come up and see our Fish house Henry Smith in the 'town. vacated by Edgar and Mr. Bower our new agent to the house vacated A. E. Albright was hete Saturday advertising the Brodhead Fair, by Smith. ".which will be well repteseuted by ORLANDO. this place. Mrs. Chas. I It is reportecK IHalthe yjjjl picnic Saturday at this place 'fos well at tended. Rev. Alf: Pike Traveling Men alid'Railroad men Solicited. Will furnish lunches on nil Trains. pHt- - caih ana see it' this pjBceJbiiXtlw- - T and Sunday hi July 'lM LHi t n J at v'iMtTf frWfcTf - V'TTl - ?lklp4Hl'',1 r X' I 7 C? ZVk kF.LiiW 1iaVaaal tMrnovcD CINQBR. CASTOR J A Ckildri. Tor Infants and Boars tho Blgnaturo of fkearS I i.-- : : W SS"- PnBPAID. :- L'i anitaia nAlil,iaaialaWsj For this ftyte . . , The Kind You Have Always Bought CCe s7t itf&: liefer f L . A JJ!K' YCjVSI machine with j mj" tiiiiii4,i kLvrr.. lau ottflcit- II ranted lorears.sat-I machine fs not I isfnetoryinjodays EW GREEN FRONT zJSMM sent sec POURTH'AVB.. Persons troubled with diarrhoea will be interested in the experience clerk of Hotel of Mr. W. M. 'Su-Dorrance, Piovjdcnce, R. I. He says: "For several ears' I have h, WHAYKB TTT'O funded. Send cash tvlth order. De- Iscriptlve circular on unnllca (ion. -- oooDrug Drugs', H Medicines; 1 G-rocefie- Store s; CO.. LOUI8VILU1. KY. Stibscribe for the Cheap, 1 Cheaper, been almost constant sufferer $i:bd from diarrhoea, the frequent attcks SIGNAL C. Ccompletely prottrnting and ren denng me unfit lor duties at a year. a me my TOBACCO AND CIGARS Cheapesu-- , - DAVIS & CO hotel. About two years ogo a tra veung salesman kitidlv gave me a small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrheoa Remedy Much to my mhj e and delight its effects weie immediate. iWhenever I fell hyiuptr ins of the disease I would fomf myself against the attack with u few doses of this valuable reuitdv. The result has been very satislactorv and aluio- -l complete relief fr Jin the affliction." For sale by M C. & D. N, Williams, n-- -- r.ri t r Skin Biseas Cy tetter, salt lheum and Eyo and For the opdccly and permanent euro of feczenm, Clijm-berluln's A Tlloa of PUKE LINSFKI) OILtnUed w itb ii gallon ot MONTHLY SUFFERING. Thousanis ot troubled at intermonthly vals with pains breasts, shoulders, sides hips and limbs. But they need not suffer. These pains nre symptoms of dangerous derangements that can be corrected. The menstrual function should operate painlessly.1 women nro Skin Ointment is without ant'imul. Itfrclievt's thu Itchsuiiutiiig almost instnjitly and ing and ita continuqd ums cfTects a nwinanent cure. It also cures itch, burner s itch, Buald head, sora nipples, titchlnK pllesv chapped hands, chronio fcoio eyes and granuluted lids. Cady's Condition I'ondoits for the best tonic, blood purifiov and vermifuge. Pike, 25 cents. Sold by Dr. Worses aro t back, in the bead, MGmiti$ am 'jflPMrMr Jf ,,, ijUfi it makes 2 inllons lt irfo T.nY ni2ir PAINT In tho WORLD or $2. 10 or 8r (H If you are SIONAI, you h subscriber cm get Louisville " i)is;nitch lor 50 els. Commercial. & 40 cts. OUirier Jourhnl, (lu ire a week) 25 cts. i'oM. th. to the Weekly W. A. OAHSON Daily.I A protracted meetiug commenced by Rev. McMillen, of Richmond, this writiug. at the Presbyterian church was Wm. Barrett, of Madison county, 'begun Wednesday night. is visiting friends here. Mrs. Ellen Frain and daughter, L. T, Stewa.it was here this week Miss Virginia, of St. Joe Mo., looking after his lumber business. were the guests of their relative, A. J. Moore is home again after Mrs. Dr. J. S Cooper, the first of working a few weeks as news the week. Citiciiinnli Inquire f 50 cts. Chattanooga, Farm & Trde 25 cis tf. Pate Langford is very sick at ' $i 75 Painter And Paper Hanger, I at yourpnlntblll. la yxn mohe nnnni.E than Tote WitiTr Lad nnd Is ADfloi.DTirr.v tot romoNOiw. UiMTiaruiT lHiuil3nf tin IIkkt or Paixt Ma. ikiiuls nidi m nil cmid palntom hp, nml ic irminit 'I ici;, ve'iy Tnioit. Nn tronhlo lo mix, uny Uiv ciu do' It. It In tho Common hnxsK Oi1 liouEi. Fmn. No iiettlii paint can bo miidert -- 'AmiS&h r AKYcneU unit Is Mt. Vernon makes menstruation painless, and regular. It puts the delicate menstrual organs in condition to do their work properly. And that stops ull this pain. Why will any woman suffer mouth after mouth when Wiue and lirodheacl, mis Mo MMMjI k aa k i YEARS' EXPERIENCE CO OTtoCK4CK, DLISTEn, Tepi, or OaiF . Kentucky. PAINT CO., Will be pleased to give estimates LMMMIjlAn and onarantoed by8t. UOUlB, Sold ou work. Satisfaction guaranteed. M.'C & D.N. Williams. Mt, Vernon, Ky. of Cardui will relieve her? It costs Ji.oo at the drug store. Why don't you get a bottle to-da- Trade Marks C0PVRIQHT3 &C. Anrono Bonding a kcteh and dcscrljitlnn may quickly ascertain nnr oplutnn frcfl whether an Invention !i probably piitentuble. Handbook n l'r.tents cant free Oldest ncency (or accurmi2Jatentc l'atonts taken tlirouuh Munn ,t Co. receive iptttal notice, nltbout chnreo. lntlio DtsiQNa butcher. Earnest Fishback is now a full Login Salyers will shortly move .fledged telegraph operator, he havto Livingston. While we regret to ing successfully passed the examingive up a good neighbor, we admit ation was sent to hold JjTew Haven Livingston looks more business i down for a while, We will all miss that Utnc&t. For advice, iu cases requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms, "The Ladies' Advisory Department," The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. 8S)S0sea ol Ocnstltlc, Texas, lays I "I was troubled at monthly Intervals with terrible pains n my he:d and back, but have been entirely rj'lovta by Wine ot Cardui." Mrs. ROZENA LEWIS, Scientific flmericaii. lllmlrntM weekly. iJireest clr 'J'crma, 13 a rulntlon of any sclentltln journal viiht! four months, $1. gold by all newsdealers. A handsomely like and wish him iiiccess. . . ) .1 MllNNCo.3B,B,awli (fl- Ul K Ht.. Vusblaton. 1). C -' EVERYBODY LOOK. I am selling the singer dewing Machine ou easy terms and keep all kinds of feewing machine needles oil bands, shnttles, and everything that belongs to a sewing machine. Will seudueedles.by mall to any I also clean and repair all kinds ol machines. You can see rue here W. M. Oweus every Saturday. Mt Vemou Ky ad-res- -r JVtaU tsm. AiJts.tlaiiSWlHlilii RS "E5 Ia Siiiository s. iruanntced to cure l'll.Ui. n.I Cf)SSTirATIO (..Ucllnu. Itclilpp. liroltuiliuir; lnyiril),-- l cllnrcr icient ur lone jl.in.il nr, rr money rcriimlul. ItKlvci iiutnt relief. ml tffn-i- a rajlol mi lurnimieni tuie. no mrtUll t.cTi.llai rcnulrol. Try ami nlM yinir tullctlnm. S.ml f ir lltt tf tci.il. mi nun tn l irec ample. Duly ocl.aNii. 1 ur ly i1rni;rlit, ur ccui I y mall en uu-ly- ofi il.e. Ula wauiuj New York isrfifcMsrs zzwsmtssesssaBiSzsamt r:i, Kez.inaimiicisi, iancaaer.pa. 1. 3Be t :Mt , Sure And Go To The Grand .Picrrfc At Adams Grove Vernon Signal. Vtrnw, Kjr Fot-offi- c Jug.jti - T. T. Wallace issoine better. Are you paying for what yon arc eading. Judge P.jT). ' Colyer hns been confined 'to liis' bed for a week with muscular rheumatism. We .nominate Jerry O. Frith, of Brodhead, for General Storekeeper when Bryan is elected in iyoo. dt-a- r , Judgde Alcorn and Dr Brown I are here to day, Marshal McClure's hogs got out of pen. Jailer 'pounded' them. One "wheel" and and a quarter costs. The Brodhead Fair at Brodhead is a county interprise and should recive the hearty support of of the the people. klLr. Vernon. Ky., July 29, 1898 , J- i - Htertlatlkllt. coa-cU- x I ,i m icc. mail mutter ; I ft t Lverv one blioula attend the Woman loves man and fthe f the teachers institute and assist in fellow can't help it; she bosses him ,V LOUIIVILLC &N'fHVIlLCR.R.CO. entertaining the teachers and U : and the old fool doesn't know it. . J s making their stay pleasant. L0C4.L-TIM- E Hay. No. i Timothy baled bay for ,i,W&Nt CXKD. "J. F. Watson, Pharmacist, is sale. Orders filledpromptly by A, , .7 wDay ?. ' 11:39 a the way our excellent 'Brodhead ' Write Crab Orchad. Ns 7, fDaJMkflftl'SWh 2.22 in tff correspondent has his sign erected for prices. ' tttifclU ExuNorth.... ..... 1:34 m in front of the Albright stand. He - ntm Night South.A.v. 1:48 am When a ban tells you he likes is a good man and will do well. J. A. Landrum, Agent. so to his to work, you may not Alter weeks of vexatious delay face but you think it all the same. the last telephone pole has been set I have sold out my grocery. between here and Brodhead. the .."ir,.7r.-.-''-''- " CHURCHES. Come in at once and pay,i 'y'bur ac wires are being strung snd should M'XJIi'rl4,Juii H0li1"VfcrTlcM lit&3rl Sunday reach here tomorrow Saturday. S. W. PltKjWITT. tit It a.m. Hid atftSOp. in. count. I "J Mail-Nort- K-- i. sv c;-vn- f ' -- ,1I'rc'ibyterfan 'Sdnday Holds services on the 4th 9: MASONIC. .' ZMlilmid Lodge No. Coy 10 A in. 640 meeUi 2rd Mon- - owe on subscription. While Spain is negotiating with When a man divides all hf property among his relatives, he should the United States for peace, Mt. sic down and send for the fool- - Veinonts negotiating with W.J. ' Sparks for screens to put up on bur killer. streets. A bright move in the These duns mean you, ij yon right direction. LOCAL OTHERWISE. ii IPay your dues to Signal, Fritz Kruger went to Somerset Tuesday. Hon. Sam Ward was up from 'JLivingstou. Colnson's regement will likely ,. J:go to Camp Alger, Hugh Miller and wife went to t 'Garrard Friday last. , .Mrs. Laura Proctor was visiting Mrs. Nancy Proctor. Mts. Josh Ball at Brush Creek 'Station has small-pov . x. r If some men were to lose their reputation they would be lucky. T & -- :.. O r T nx.Se Jo Camp Corbiu fotja Some men few tinmn frnnl days visit. fiip1) 't H A Bargain. Farm of 130 acres amrrhe'infected district It appears MT. VERNON. KY east of Brodhead. House of 8 -- OJMSK. thajt the Jackson county officials TiLirtt, refused to cooperate with the State rooms good barn ondontbuildings TcttchorsUBstitate; wi 11 bo- Boardor maicc any effort to stamp 500 bearing fruit trees. Under HhcresnQxtsM6nday Aug. out tlie plague. It is new unlaw- fence and well watered.. Address Iessie Roberts, 1st; ful for anyone to enter or leave isrodnead, Ky. Jackson county without a special 45'fw A man always put3 his best foot PRACTICAL permit from the Board, under a Our baby has been continually forward: a mule puts his backEMBALMER peualty of a fine of $50 to $500 or troubled with colic and cholera inward. ' STANFORD,. KY. imprisonment iu county jail from fantum sincehis birth audall that we . Telegraph Ord John Cook has been given for10 to 60 davs. It is claimed that could do for him did not seem to eman's place in the railroad shops officials of Jack- givemore than temporary relief un ers a Specialtv.,. one of the county at Jellico son it was no use to make any til we tried Chamberlain's Colic, " that Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. move to stamp out small-po, DR. A. G. LOVELL, U. G. Baker and Robl. McFer-to- n the Lord had sent it and the Since giving that remedy he has have purchased two large AmerPhysician and Surgeon, Lord could take it away when He not been troubled. We want to ican flags. MT VERNON, lY saw fit. Upon the same line of give you this testimonial as an ev- .. G. C.. Thompson, deputy U. S Office North tiiu Alnin sireet ;. reasoning it might be said inas- dence of our gratitude not that jnarshal, was here from East Bern- much as the Lord had sent us into you need it to advertise ycur mer stadt Saturday. the world naked we shculd have itorious remedy. G. M. Law, lit the midst of life a man is in remained so, for if our maker had Keokuk. Iowa." ; 'debt, a'ud his creditors don't allow desired us to be clothed He would For sale by M. C. & D. N. Wil- HUGH MILLER him to forget it have fnrnished them ready made ilams Mt. Vernon Ky. lamily were ritory. and placed them upon us'. J. Sparkst and The local board of health in con' ivjiititing HEADQUARTERS FOR ; the family of T. J. WilCHICKAMAUGA, M. F. Pike, of Pine Hill, was in nection with the Co unty officials COMMERCIAL MEN. liams this week. town Monday looking up the tele- have acted wisley in placing guards Lytle, Ga., July 27th, 1898.. H. H. REYNOLDS & few will have an along the line between this county all trains." He at CSTPorter inter-,- t phone business. Dear S gnal : I send you . For Sauj A Livingston and Jaokson. Over 100 ccses of items from camp. John D', Miller in the Aunt Polly Hiatt farm. office at his store on the v line. small pox are reported in that is in hospital sick with fever. Apply at this office. county aud the disease still spread-lU- Think he will be alright in a few Elza Woodall writing from PeaHRev. Davault will preach at i t:.. Where ij alway a coustant aays. t x. t 1. aim uou- - .rni& iz. t xusu hickory Grove the second Satur cock, Mich., says a heavy frost lell LIME between the two counties. left here with 3rd Kentucky for Horseshoeing, all 'round, 60 cents. travel Manufacturers day night m August. there July nth, destfoying corn Many people coming from Jack Newport News on their 'way Everything furnished. Best nails of Lifflt: and brick. aud fruits to the value of thousands o son into Rockcastle and vice versa to Porto Rico. The 2nd Kentucky aud shoes used. U Robert T. White formerly of of dollars They also furnish kLime, Building here and in creat danger had not boys regreted very much that they We were Crab Orchard will locate Stone, either quarry face or cut. been taken. st'dxt a candy kitchen. If you want to gel mad about it this prompt action something to were not called on to go. I guess filled. we will be at the fall of Havana. ifAjwoman cau stick fifty pins iu and bav ub vour dues, very itrell While it will cost Its better Utah way maintain the guards who are safe Our band is doing nicely. It is in lfer- dressx while a man is getting and good. TOM than to kceh in (rood humor and reliable men, yet by neglect, the charge of. Robert Mitchell, who is due under his thumb uail. deseuse should get into our homes a practical musician and teacher DEALER IN never pay. w- - .Jerry Frith was up from Brod-and cost us not only loss of time, and we expect to shortly be the WHISKIES WINES. &a, &c, liehd StfturUy,dooking up his exFrom the interest being' mani- labor, doctor bills,, but loss of lives. best band in the Park. We get MADE BY tensive lumber interests. plenty 10 eat but the water is not ROWLAND, K. fested in onr suggestion relative to aud H. C. tcbac-f- r $2 1" at The road commissioners aud what it should be. I hope the Fine The man who-i- s always on the buying lands and colonizing raisers, we believe the matter overseers are beginning to arouse 4th Kentucky will soon arrive here, g'enicrallytdoesiiU Jmow how to considerabe interest in our roads. as a yellow dog fioni home would will be carrie out. v tWi otop when he pets there. .GOOD 'ARK Better roads is ndw uppermost in be a welcome sight. I think evrry MT. VERNON SIGNAL, the Some of bur readers whb read t George Wford returned with1 M their minds and they realize that it young man about Mt .Vernon who and the Fenningt6li to LexingHon' and en- tfur linzle "failed to fconiply .jvith takes work to make them. We has no employ menl should enlist or Oil es condition conditions. all the Cornier Journal listed in Colsou's regiment. ' slucerily hope, to see the time come be made to do so. Many of them ' . in - particular was ' overlooked. 11 Year for Only. no account to themselves or Both one in Rockca'stle when we will have ore ivMah is always wanting something; That was 'jserid ope dollar." good roads; to have them they anvbody else so lone as they loaf Twenty-eigh- t years xrerlence ins hf can't get and if always getting work. We greatly ap Isaac Snbdgrass and' Miss" Kittie must be widened, made higher in and something he does not want. the business. Horse shoeing a Gilbert ot- Grab- ' Orchard, "were the middle, the lock broken very preciate the Signal as it gives all "1 Aiml t. bbIii linun VrK ,tibc',rptione pccialty. ANf, i .' bluck-'- J news. Address us care This is for cah lIXll SCUOOIS 'Have uctu uiuutu married at Jellico last Sunday fine and' all the gravel that can be the home Ky. Regimental Baud. siuittnng. Round'Stone Creek closed, East of only. aA1I (.ubcupliona under this We 'join in .with .their secured placed on the rock and 2nd, Richmond Street, Mt, Vernon, You is Truly, combination offer must be seut on acoouut of small pox in adjoin- many Triends in offering congratu- dirt' 'to make the roads smooth e J" Ky. ' ing county. ... Harris. White. hr ough the Signal office. lations.'and remain solid. fccm made out otduarthat to have beeu had gravel in ' T All citizens of Mt. Vernon and Miller, of Austin. Texas vicinity arc reqested to meet at the M. C. who has beeu at OxforoM01iio, for Court House Satuiday night' at a month, is here much unproved in ringing of bell about 8 oclock. Im portant matters are to be discussed health. and acted upon. Give your influence to every enW. G. Adams is making an efterprise that is intended, for the fort for a coach to be run between upbuildiug of the interests of RockLivingston and Brodhead on Aug. castle. 6th to accommodate those desirEntries of fine stock for the ing to attend speaking and picnic at Brodhead Fair is already v greater at Adams Grove. than at any of the former "exhibi, tions Jack Scott. Goochland; I. M. ' . ,Lf., Dooly, JDisputanta; I. M. Todd, We have a number of men ill Rocktord; Harry Blazer, Conway; this town who are ready and will Dave Carter, Langford; G. W. ing to die fot their country of Jones, Conway; W. P. Hiatt, old age. county, called on us Monday. to remember If some men were Attention Gentlemen. the answers to half the questions Tailor made rothes at "hand me they ask, they would have a liberal down" prices suits to order lrom education. $8.50 up pantaloons $2,50 up fit This office has placed with it, 25 and satisfaction guaranted ask toRokcastle farms for sale. Those see yamples A. E. Albright disirinft to purchase should write us gtrolHSsky., ' ' ' for. pantiulars. "' Tolls from the grist turned out J. P.yUchleiter fcas finished the from Judge Williams legal mill Sataddition to his residence, in the urday showed up $255 in fines, for west part of town. It is a ueat and breaches of peace, illegal liquor commodious dwelling. selling, setting out fire &c. Frank The label on your papcf gives Prewitt, Andrew Hasty, Mat Adthe date to which yon ,iavc paid. ams, Jim Mason, A. Owens, Sherod Coyle and Eugene Adams each Laok at it now. bad "turns." Otis Malicoat fatally cut "Lee--For Sale Or Exchange. Farm Pigg, in the Big Hill locality. It of 30 acres, 3 room house, 4 miles is claimed the killing occured over East of Brohhead. Good orchard, a debt of fifty ceuts.' 20 acres in 2 spriugs, good water. Brodhead Fair is always lucky in cultivation. good fence, Under having hustling seci etaries ' Mess- - in good condition. Good ground. rs Hamin and . Albright are both Also the S. A. Coyle full stilling pushing aud energetic men, outfit. Boiler and all. Will sell J. H. Fish passed through here or exchange for larger farm or from Wildie to Crab Orchard , to house and lot in town. Mrs. Martha Jones. meet his brotherinlaw C. C. Hum--be- r lately arrived from Indian Ter- 46-- 4 1. -" jndge McClure and J. T. Stephens, through James I White have moved back their fences on Richmond Ave. This action is commendable and shows that they are always in favor of improving our town and county. The others along that street will spoil do likewise which will make that street one 01 the prttiest ' in Mt. Vernon. The town council some time ago ordered certain sidewalkes put down. The order has not been complied with, but the council will let the contracts out and have them put down, nnd when the improv-i- s made will have a lien on the property in front of which it is placed for the payment to the town for the amount the side, walk cost. The law v perfectly plain and clear upon the question of mak:ng the sidewalks and it seems to us to be much better for the people to go ahead and put down '.he walks and make their own coutracts intead oflettng the town do it. But if the people fail to do so then it is the'dy of the board to see that it is qone, ,Ve have.spendid men 111 charge of our municipal affairs and the good citi zens will indorse the their vork, '. ,v . . . . estc oMeuuand, count 4 tr""A settle 'y'duf 6c- W.frewitt. No. 1 baled hay for sale at socts. Quarterly Court. Fitst Monby A. H. Ba&tin Crab Orchard. day in Jamiary, April, July- and October. ' ' Wanted. To trade a farm to a Circuit Court. Second Monsaw mill of from 20 to 25 horse day in February, Fourth Monday power in good repair. Farm loca- in May and Third Monday in Septed seven miles, south Mr. Vernon tember. Mt. Vernon Police Court. Good land plenty of fine tJuiber on Third Monday in each month. it. Good crop onit. Apply to or write J. W. Marler Mt. Vernon Ky: Proes8ional Cards. Do you want to buy or sell a Rockcastle farm, timber land, town P. A. Pennington, D. D. S., M. D. lots, business houses or dwellings? DENTST, Addreis, Signal, Mt. Vernon, Ky N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts., COURT. CALENDAR. CouNfY "Court: I'ourth iron- day in eacln month. - J. N. McCormick, Secretary of the State Board of HealtVWaa here Monday and met our, Quntv board and county Court officials. Dr. - 'trM-guard- Arrangemdnts were made for placing guards on the line between this and Jackson county ta maintain the quarantine reoentw declared against Jackson counrvby State Board ot Health on account of the small-poepidemic now prevailing in said county. All the turrotyid- iue counties have posted I copies of the proclimation and quarantine is in full force. At the meeting here Monday in addition to county officials, were Drs. A. G. Lovell, Percy Benton and J. S. Cooper, members pi the County Board of Health; the following physicians were also present Drs. M. Pennington, S. C. Judge Davis and J. H. Lawrence. Williams went over Tuesda to pee were placed ilong the iw"niy- mue Doruer uciwceu ijiu x s - Also, an Ageut for the best Chamberlain's Tailors in the world. Cough Reniedy in my family for years and,aiways with good results'' DRS. G. B. & J. H. LAWRENCE says Mr. ,WB Cooper of El Rio, , . Cal. For small childheu we find it and especially effective'' , . For sale by M. C. & D. N. oayOffice at residence (Rice , ' property) opposite the Southeast TO CUKE A COLD IN ONE DAY corner of Court yard. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Taj MT. VERNON, - - - KY. lets. All druggists refund money if itfails to cure. For sale by M. C. C. WILLIAMS, C. &D. N. Williams, oct 6 6m druggists. Reward. The Crab Orchard, Stanford and Mt. Vernon Telephone Company will pay $25 reward for arrest and conviction of any person who cuts the wires or otherwise destroys the property df said company. LOUISVILLE. KY. S. N. SURVEYOR Davis - Mt. Venon, Ky. ''I have used . PHYSICIANS SURGEON&. - Wil-ham- s. Aotrney- - at-La- w, Mt. Uernon, Ky DSUOffice on 2nd floor of new'' man who wishes brick on Church street. Special farm not far from town. Persons attention given to collections. hav'ng farms or rcaj estate for sale a are invited to consult the editor of G. W. McCLURE. tf. this paper. Picnic .Qwingto ,jts having Attorney'-atL-- a rained on July 4th, I wiU have anMt. Vernon, Ky. other pienic at my beautiful grove, All business entrusted to my careJf 2 miles east of Brodhoad, for the accommodation of all, especially will receive prompt attentions those who missed the enjoyment LOffice on Second floor of new brick of the day ou account of the rain. on Church street. Everything will be done ,to make IWaMlfrl M WtwtlfMnirfiTTnaato! the day enjoyable. Come everyR. G.WILLIAM sbody. Wt G. 'Adams. This office has inquiries from a to buy a small w,. Attorney atOLaw, - -- J& J. C McClary UNDERTAKER. v Stock-Comple- te, x, Miller House, '''.W. one-twelft- h 1 S 1 tu. Blacksmith, tirodlioad, Ky MT. VERNON COMPANY 37-3m- to-da- y Orders-'prohrptl- - FERRELL V V WAGONS Gentry, AS AS Twice-a-Wee- k BEST ;t-tu- do-n- o - - 5p Su?3 A 41 '... 'll The Yhwpcr now keeps Broccry, but he loves lo tell how near lie came to bcinn n Rro.it actor. "I'm a natur.il clocutioniflt," lie telN, "and for th.it reason I found it pretty easy to Ret a good part in n fair theatrical 1 went through nil rehearsals organization. like n star and the manager predicted all kinds of miccgm for tne. Among mv Imc there was a patriotic address and there I I was dee.une out particularly strong. livering it on the first night and I could just feel that T ws making the cold chills my i mi up and down the spines of and covering them with goose Hch. memory became a blank. As mldenlv mv I stood mute trvinis lo gather the lines some little cuss veiled 'louder.' J ran from the stage and never went back.' Detroit 1'rce Press. 11 nudi-onec Jt 1? . ".'il Unlit Tlint Fulled. HOW SOUSA Some Ancient GOT HIS - START. IN PORTO RICO. A Itclatcil Mlltnn Nobles and Jack Ilaverly. l- Theatrical History at XteporM of Flchtlns llctween Miles' Fore mill Spnninnln llipeuteil by the AVar lepirt incut Soon. Mrs. Uoon Why isn't this war prosecuted more lapiilly? ..... .Inn. we r an't Honii Wliv, joii sec, lick tin Spiniaids any faster than wc c an catch them! I'uck. Sure l.uniiKiii riiotogiapher to i.iplain in his new Ixiok (icixe, please. Cincinnati I'or AVnr Times. uni-fnir. You Can By working hard, and then you can get rested again. But it you arc tired all the timo It means that your blood is poor. Yon need to tuko Hood's Karsaparilla, the t cure tor that tired feeling because it Is the great eiiflchcr aud vllalizer of the lilood. You will tlud uppetite, nerve, mental and digestive strength in America's Greatest Hood's Pills euro nausea, ludlgestlon. Get Tired Hood's Sarsaparilia Medicine. 25c. a th )y Page Illustrated Catalogue, describ- ing all of the famous WINCHESTER AND ass REPEATING m !p i T l 11 GUNS $ 3 1 One day recently John E. Warner and Milton Nobles wcie convcrsinc in front of the Dratntists' club, when they were joined by Jack Ilaverly. Warner and Ilaverly had met recently, but Nobles and the hustling manager had not met in many years. They eyed each other inquiringly. Then Warner said: "Of course you know Nobles, .Tack?" "Nobles?" said Ilaverly, in a puzzled sort of way, as he sized up the trim figure, waxed mustache and petcnnial youthful features of the comedian. "Not" the Nobles who played The Phoenix' with me at the old Adelphi in Chicago in '77." "Areyou the original Jack Ilaverly?" bskcu monies, solemnly. "The original and only," said Jack. "Well. At ell." tuiii Noliles. "I'vn often heard my fattier speak of you." and be grasped Havcrly's hand cordially. There was an nwuwam pause, miring which Warner chewed his mustache. Ilaverly looked dazed, and Nobles smiled amiably. "Your father!" st.tmmcrcd Ilaverly. "Why, Nobles was n single man in '77: I know, because wc romparcd notes; and I read of his marriage about ten years later, when I was out in the mines, and sent my congratulations. Still," he continued, after another awkward pause, "Nobles always was a versatile fellow." llv this time it began to dawn on the genial Jack that the "father" gag was a joke, and he joined in the laugh. "15y jingo!" said Ilaverly, "that was over 20 years ago. What have you done with the old 'Phoenix?' " "Playing it yet, occasionally. Four repertoire companies made a living with it last season, and it has kept any number of professional pirates from becoming sneak thieves or paupers during the past 20 years. It nulled me out of a hole once, and now that I think of it, Warner, you booked that engagement with mo at the Adelphi." "Yes; it was the end of Nobles' first road season. I was his manager, and John P. Sousa, a youngster of 21, was his leader." "That's right. I took him from Washing-ton- , where fie was playing a violin in the orchestra. And the first music be ever wrote was the dramatic music of 'The Phoe-nias I use it His first march he dedicated to me, naming it the Bludsoe march. I still have the original score, in good condition. It's a rattling good march, too." Dramatic Mirror. t Wasiunoton, July 'JO. Secretary Alger was nt his ofllce early Monday mornlnp, confidently expecting a from Gen. Miles telling of his arrival off l'orto Rico. Tho secretary is confident Miles has reached PoVto llteo and lie is expecting nows of'1 lively fighting any moment. It is generally believed in official circles that the first Porto Rico consisting of about 5,000 elective men, under Gen. Miles, arrived Sunday off the point of debarkation decided upon on the coast of Porto Rico, and that Monday tho men are landing 'for the purpose of a base for active operaSan tions against Juan. Tuo landing point selected Is so far "from San Juan that Gen. 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This book of 100 pages Is sent free, on request, by the J. C. Ayet Co., Lowell, Mass. Cure-book, "I formerly and weakness .4?. J Anglo-America- n woo4eUiounlontho SUMMER t) auuth nhuro. or the L nurtti ahoro ktamps for . ? Hr the Ocvan on tho Oct. In LUMl IHIwi.NI)," Horn! All RESORTS on LONG ISLAND IHT.AMn I Utc book. 4 cls.fur -- NMlTir. Truffle Alnnuzfr. 1, i. Lone ltlaod t'liy. .ow ion. an SlllMr.ll iiomfv n book ilrscrlliln hotels and bosrrilng bouses on LUMlf INI.AMI. iinnar. fur"UMOUKI,ONM book, to SI. M. t f u. ic. r T N " l No worder so many bank clerks go away, because they all have such cheque-crccareers L. A. W. Bulletin. d Wc have not been without Pio'n Cure for Consumption for 20 years. Lizzie Ferrel, Camp St., Harrisburg. Pa., May 4, '01. One reason why "it pays to be honest" is because there is Icks competition along that linc.-- L. A. W. Bulletin. AGAINST Week HAVANA.' OOO 4 Bears Tbr Campaign Will llesln Within Twelve An Army of 100 Will Invade. 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Think of the workwhen the time shall cotno to move it is man who put in the blasts. L. A. W. Bulconfidently anticipated that the exletin. squaic the circle?" "Your account is n good round sum," said the grocer) "don't you think ou could L. A. W. Bulletin. oignaiuryt THE MARKETS. LIVn STOCK -- Cattle.common. 3 4 Select Imtchcrs CAIA'ES-K- alr to good light. .. ft llOGS-Comm- J! J jmM iiA JKF THCCCNTAUN COMPANY, TT MURMAT Tor Infanta and. Children In Use For Over Thirty Years The Kind You Have Always Bought ITNCCT.MIWfONK CITY. Cincinnati, July 00 00 75 3 25 3 BO -. Ifc 3 7.1 41-1- 4 lift I EAK SPOTS, ' Everybody Comes Into This World With a Predisposition to Disease. A Talk With Mrs. Pinkham Aboyt the Cause of Anemia. Everybody comes into this world with a predisposition to disease of some particular tissue; in othcrwords, everybody has a weakspot. In ninety-nin- e cases out of a hundred the weak spot in women is somewhere in the uterine system. The uterine organs have less re sistance to disease than the vital organs; that's why they give out the soonest. fes JNot more man one woman in a hundred nay, in five hundred has perfectly healthy organs of generation. This points to the stern necessity of 1 . V ET helping one's self just as v. I m9HwcDrPvwSS?3iIB ,.. soon as the life powers seem to be on the wane. Excessive menstruation is a sign of physical weakness and want of tone in the uterine organs. It saps the strength away and produces anemia (blood turns to water). .,' If you become anemic, there is no knowing what will happen. If your gums and the inside of your lips and inside your eyelids look pale in color, you are in a dangerous way and must stop that drain on your powers. Why not build up on a generous, uplifting tonic, like Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? Mrs. Edwin Ehrig, 413 Church St., Bethlehem, Pa., says: " I feel it my duty to write and tell you that I am better than I have been for four years. I used Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound, one package of Sariative Wash, one box of Liver Pills, and can say that I am per fectly cured. Doctors did not help me any. I should have been in my grave by this .iaK--TVM- -: time if it had not been for your medicine. It was a codsend to me. I was troubled with excessive menstruation, which caused womb trouble, and I was obliged to remain in bed for six weeks. Mrs. Pinkham's medicine' i i was recommended to me, and after using it a short time, was troubled no more with flooding. I also had severe pain in my kidneys. This, also, I have no more. I shall always recommend the Compound, for it has cured me,'and it will cure others. I would like to have you publish this letter." (In such cases the dry form of Compound should be used.) -- pedition will be so complete in all its parts and so formidable that brilliant success will perch upon its banners in the briefest possible period. From 75,000 to 100,000 troops will proltfbly f compose tho invading army. The army will bo supported' by a fleet whoso task will bo the rcduciion of the forts which encircle Havana. Weakened by hunger, dlspiritefV by continued reverses, the Spanish troops, it is believed, will bo only too glad to surrender to a superior force, and IUanco will not 'hesitate to offer his sword to Fitzhugh Lee, who, it is understood, is to have the honor of receiving it. Strength of the Volunteer Arttif. Washinoton, July 20. Of the J1C.500 volunteers authorized by congress, 212,000 have been placed In the field," nearly all of them fully equipped. In a few days tho entire volunteer army will be thoroughly organized into regiments, brigades, divisions and army corps. 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English Quail, The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. fe 5 S7!i 5 CO HALTIMORE. 44 0 00 2 78V5 73 ((4 78r 80 XI cipline and instruction which the volunteers has evinced has created surprise among tho representatives of foreign governments with the United States army. They agree that tho Americans are the finest .soldiers in tho world. Steamers Chartered. 2whlto Rvc No. 2 western CATTLE-Fl- rst quality HOGS Western INDIANAPOLIS. 2 ORAIN Wheat-N- o. Corn No. 2 mixed Oau No.2mlxcd LOUISVILLE. FLOUR Winter patent No. 2 red o. GRAIN-Wheat-- Mixed 38K'4 32 4 4 40 4 40 uA 4 1 45 70 150 4A is 3 75 7- 75 32V 2l!-i Corn Mixed , - Oats-Mi- xed Wash., July CO. Tho LARD Steam steamer Charles Nelson, which arrived here Monday from St. Michaels, PERIODS OF PAIN. lias been chartered by tho government The govcriiine'nt has for a transport. Menstruation, tho balance wheel of also chartered the steamer Samoa. Roth vessels will leave for ban. Fran- woman's lifo, is also the bane of existcisco within a day or two. It islunder-stoo- d ence to many because it means a time of suffering1. that they aro to be usedfin car- great no woman is entirely free from While f rying troops to Honolulu. periodical pain, it does not seem to havo been naTbeFnpe'a Pence l'ropoinU. special dispatch from Rome bays the popu has communicated to the powers peace proposals that he considers acceptable io both Spain and tho United States, namely, American annexation of Cuba and Porto Rico, tho restitution of ho Philippines to Spain and a commercial treaty giving Spain exceptional advantages in the colonics surrendered. London", 20. A - Seattle, rORC Mess 00 71 3d B7K 4J10 50 6 3?!4 & 4 44 (h ELASTIC STARCH has been tho standard for 25 years. TVENTYTWO MILLION packages of this brand were sold last year. That's how good it is. ASK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Starch. Accept no substitute. How To Get Them: v All purchasers of tliroo 10 cent or six Scent packace? of Elastic Htnrch (Flat Iron Jlrand), nro ontitlcd to from tlieircroccr ono of tlir-sbeautiful Game Plaques freo. TI10 plaquoa will not bo sent by mail. Tney can bo obtalnod only from your grocer. Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. Do not delay. This ollor Is for a short timo only. -- l . .7' July ture's plan otherwise healthy should suffer so severely. Lydia E. Pink ham's Vege that women P'iil - The Omaha Exposition offer. PIRCCTBVTHE "n u is Rncurn m ;. .. ,rnln n We table Comthorough pound is tho most attend .......(and it.itwill bo ;rx;: ;z ";, -- .! , SUPERIOR EQUIPMENT, PULLMAN BUFFET i f fc- - JTxjZ zJJr " Wm PHPkw malo regulapaartlculora. tor known to medical sci H. C. TOWNSEND, W. . DODDRIDGE, C. G. WARNER. Qen'l Pasa'r ana Ticket Agent, Oenoral Manager, ence. It relieves the condition that proST, LOUIS. 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'" it WAR 5SSSS V I quick relief and cure, wont The Best BOOK know that I am one of tho many who Three IleclmenU at Tampa Ordered to havo been cured of femalo complaints ,,,,. send fur uoolc ofU.trtlmonlal and IO days' luouilj Illustrated (prlthno tm to anybody tonrtlnir treatment free. Or. II. UKkU's eoJS,iti..t.. u two annual lubitcrlptlons :). Slaacu to the Orerlana t. at rorto Itlco. The American Won. London--, July 20. It. II. Howell, tho American oarsman, beat II. T. 151ack-staffof the Vesta Rowing club, by c, t, ..' j rl"T.fflvttni vJ,.mft.var i o rw I this tho best lino to taLc. . (6EAT3 FRCE) AND THE sl SEE. Only Line Direct to the Grounds. Agant for further -- "DON'T ''''' - THAT'S JUST e. to-da- y 8APOLIO MODlbljr.bAN PHANC1HCO. Washinoton, July 28. Thoi, war department has decided to sendithe 1st Florida, 2nd Georgia and 5thfMaryland regiments noiv at Tainpalto Porto & Rica byyourwonderfulmediclnoandadvlce. Miss Jennie R. Miles, Leon, Wis. If you aro suffering1 in thl3 way, write as Miss Miles did to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mnss., for tho advice which she offers free of chargo to all women. Bamplo Orerlaud fie. I LURES WMlllfc AIL USt f A IS. Best Cough SjTup. TutasOood. Deo io time, soia or aruusuis. A. N. I K.-- K 1719 M refcuianaMMgi WRITINO TO AIVKKTISKK JVnO state that yon saw tbo AUvertUa plca.e ucnt la tblr paper.