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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1898 mou1898081201 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 $ Ilillf ADVANCE. fcifrit m. PART OF BISMARCK BURNEDi Muny lluslness Hlnrks Destroyed Entail. Inr u Loss of 8uyerul Hundred Thousand Dollars. It? H'. ijllIIJ NUMBER 48. VOLUME XII. MILES' SOLDIERS MT. YERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTYSgY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1898. SHAFTER'S' DAILY REPORT. S I'lio 1'nrwnrcl MoTeinrnt of tlio America n lit l'orto 11 co Hits lleeit Cnmmvncotl. Tho General Informs tho AVur Departof Ills Commmid ment of lit S'liitlugo on August 0. ,)W; L"E5" Lc.iils U!2S,0,e I,ot m REPLY SENT OVER. Ofllclals to Think the Olvcn 11 blmpleiiud JOlrect Answer. THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, fiucoessors to the Lincoln Nationi There was a general advance Sunday of the army of Invasion. Gen. Wilson's headquarters, were moved to Juan Dlnss. The 2d and Sd Wisconsin regiments moved to the t, support of the 10th Pennsylvania on tho Dcscalabrados river. Gen. Schwan, with tho 11th regulars and part of tho 10th California regimqnt and Thorpe's light batteries moved to Yauco, advancing on Arcci-liby way of the west coast road, touching at Mayagiiez, where tho S milliards lmve artillery. Thence Gen. Schwan will move in by way of Lares to Arecibo. Gen. Grant's brigade is expected to arrive daily. Tho weather Is beautiful. Thero has been no rain for three days. Gen. Wilson', vanguard is waiting for' Gon. llrooko's ndvanco toward Cayey boforo making ti further movo along the military road. Isatlvo regiments will bo raised and armed in all the towns. Little resistance to the advance is anticipated. The 19th regiment will rnaruh via Adjuntas and Utuado, meeting 'tho rest of the brigade in front of Aujr. 0. lvgi-meno, Arc--clbo. Posck, Washington", Aug. 8. Gen. Shatter's dally report to the war department of the health of his command nt Santin ago, as bullotlned by Adjt. Gon. Sunday night, follows: Santiago db Cuiia, Aug. 7. Adjutant General of tho Army, WashingCor-bl- ton: Sanitary report for August 0, total number sick, 11,081; total number fever cases, 2,038; total number new cases fever, 4H1; total number fever cases returned to duty, 477; deaths August 5, Private M. W. Desmond, Company L, 9th Massachusetts, typhoid fever; Private Dallas Tannny, Company K, 34th Michigan, marlaial ' fever. August 0, I'rlvate George P. McLaughlin, Company II, Oth Massachusetts, typhoid fever; Privato .T. A. Lewis, Company P, infantry, chronic diarrhoea; Private A. J. Grills, Company II, a4th Michigan, typhoid fever; Maj. M. J. !!3th perniO'Connor, 0th Massachusetts, cious malarial fever; Corp. Albert K. Koch, Company A, 2d infantry, pernicious remittent fever; Privato llurton Salisbury, Company U, 21st infantry, chronic diarrhoea; Private Anthony Mnssa, Company A, 7th infantry, then raic fever. SiiArcr.n, Major General. Col. Itlack, of Gen. Miles' staff, and tho engineers will build a road with the assistance of 6,000 natives, who' tiro now employed by tho Americans. Gen. Stone is still at Utuado with ono corps of tho Sd Wisconsin, awaiting tho arrival of Gen. lllack with tho 0th Massachusetts and 0th Illinois. Poxck, Porto Rico, Aug. 0. Gen. Itrooko is here in conference with Maj. (ien. Miles. His force is still nt Guay-amA force of about 400 regular Spanish troops nro stationed about eight miles away. Tho United States cruisor Montgom-- v vry and mo nojpuai snip ucnoi ayo arrivcu su mo port oi roncc. 5. jfX Jm -- v MISS JESSIE SCHLEY. (American Girl Now In Madrid on a sion of Peace.) T'vu. Mis- SPAIN'S REPLY TO AMERICA. Only n Few I'nrsseutlnl Changes In the Aiuerlcitn Demands Are Asked for lr the llrtiichtj' Don. without any sheltor whatever and during tho period twice as stormy as London, Aug. 8. Tho Madrid corro Bpondcnt of the Daily Mail telegraphing Sunday says: "Tho answer of tho Spanish government declares that Spain can not discuss tho American proposals but only accepts them, becauso they arc imposed on her by force. Only a few unessential changes in the American demands were asked for and it is not expected that President McKinley will MAnquia of ceiialbo. refuse. them. (The Representative of Don Carlos In th "A commission composed of SpanSpanish Capital.) iards and Americans will decide tho question of the Cuban debt, the dates and manner of evacuating Cuba and CELEBRATED ROUND-ROBI- N. Porto Rico and tho protection of Span111 iards and Spanish interests in these dun. Shutter Tclecrupln tho I'rrslili-n- t places. The commissioners will alsc Jtesuril Ii Its rubllc.itlun I'rrtlt Troops Need Not l'cur Mcknrss. decide whether Spain is to bo allowed to withdraw her artillery and the reWashington, Aug. 9. Gen. Shaftor mainder of her arms and ammunition has telegraphed tho president regard- from the colonies, while tho question ing tho publication of the "round-robin- " of the future of the Philippines will signed by the general oillccrs bo settled by the same body. "Treaty will be signed subject to of liis command, as follows: "I can very readily seo what intense approval by the cortes, which will be excitement tho publication must havo convoked Immediately. The cabinet occasioned; a great deal more than council Sunday night will appoint the situation warranted. Situation is Spanish commissioners to meet the greatly uggrovnted from tho fact that Americans to nrrango as to the future before any of the men wero taken ill of tho Philippines nnd other details." thoy wero thoroughly exhausted. At least 75 per cqnt of the command had been down with malarial fever, torn which thoy recover very slowly and are in noconditton to stand an attack of yellow fever or dysentery. Placed hero now In tho condition in which they wero when they carao hero I do not bclievo them to Tho bo in any particular danger. regiment of linmunes that recently arrived is not sufferlne; at all, They and I don't believe they will. can keep out of tho sun, are well clothed and well fed. What put my command in its present condition was the twonty days of the campaign when they had nothing but meat, bread and coffee, without chnngo of clothes, Admirers Fresh troops reaching hero (Called by HisManzunlllo.") tho "Dewey of der. August, with in the mlddlo of good camps, good water, abundance of Army Movements l'orto Itlco. tentage whlph they will find hero-n- eed Po.nce, Porto Itlco, via St. Thomas, not apprehend serious danger. I D. V. I., Aug. 8. Gen. Vilson has thank you for the high regard in moved the headquarters of his division which you hold my command nnd tho from Ponce to Junna Dlnz. Gen. value of the service they have render- Schwan, with tho 11th regular Inwo ed. It pays for all the suffering fantry and two batteries moved SunI have read this to day through Yauco toward Mnyaguez. bavo endured. tiens. Wheeler, Lawton , Bates ami Gen. ltrooke is moving north from Kent,- who concur with me in tho view Uuayaraa with 10,000 men. exoressed nboye." 111 - it has been since tho surren- COMMANDEH C. C. TODD. The reply of IJismaiick, N. D., Aug. 0. Flro de- the Spjrflsh government to the peace stroyed the best portion of the city of condUjbn laid down by tho United lilsmarck Monday evening, licking up StaJejAyas received by the French hundreds of thousands of dollars' M. Cambon," shortly before 3 worth of property. The flames orig- o'clock Monday afternoon. Tho reinated in the agent's ofllee of the ply awo infections, tho dispatch first Northern Pacific depot Almost be- rectlTfifi Riving only the opening fore they wero discovered the entire Die, Spanish reply. A few building and the immenso warehouse minutS later another dispatch of the company were in flames. Oils brqugWt a second section and these and powder contributed fuel, and keptJSSpming uninterruptedly by a before the flames could bo checked procession of messengers until seven they had spread to the block scctfoiwsjof the Spanish reply had been of brick buildings ncross tho alley, de- recclved'at ten minutes of four, when Hare's tho lasvpart was still to arrive. oflicc, stroying the In hardware store and an entire row of tho meantime the cipher experts wero buildings. Tho flames then leaped the 'at work, and by 4:30 o'clock they were street to tho magnificent First na- abreast of all that portion of the tional bank building, which melted reeuived up to that time and thero away in a few minutes. Tho Central jwas glull of some time pending the block followed and tho flames tprc'adj arrlvaLof the concluding portions. It to tho post ofllee, sweeping over the en- was tnbught a terrific rainstorm which tire block and carrying down the post swepmiver Washington about 4 o'clock ofllee, Merchants' bank block, Griffin mlghtlhave occasioned delay of the block, and all intermediate frame and 'remainder. Pending the receipt of brick structures. The flro then spread the complete reply, no steps were ncross and devoured Kupltz's store aaicenjsio nx a time lor a conierence and the greater part of tho block. The (with the president as the time for that flames also spread north into a resi- "depended largely upon some of the dence block and completely destroyed leaiures oi tlio reply, ana also It- Firemen were powerless to check tupon t5e explicit instructions the Inroads of the fire, which spread to of the answer which scores of buildings, licking them up as (usually accompanies a document oi . . so much waste paper. this solcmncharacter. Neither at the The origin of tho fire is unknown as whltiiKJiousc nor at the state s no one was in the freight office when there any official knowledge it started. It is impossible to estimate that the reply had reached Washingtho loss Monday night. All wires are ton and the usual oflieo hours closed burned out, the Western Union office wlthvho appointment made for a conboing ono of the firs- - to go. Tho rail- ference. road olllqe nlso wns destroyed. A temThgconcluding portion of tho Spanporary cut In was made to handle im- ish reply was received during the perative business. evening, but it was not until a late Every drug store in the city is hour tint it was decijphsrpd as a whol burned and all the groceries but two ami pone over by the ambassador. Ia, or three, also two newspaper offices 'effort Mnstmadc to communicate- it to and the great bulk of the business porj, ;Ued'Statos government beyond tion of the city with scleral blocks of 10 gecrciary jjay auvising residences. Many 'people are hornet tltnoi document, iliad.vbecn"' loss... --Tlip.ShprlilnVi.hpiisp'jlipri n "unr. "i;." v ' '!TivwTO'va'oKv-- i rov e&cupe, uuu .! suveur aiio uuc conteiifk It is nrobabld that the re of fire extended from the Northern ply wiK be dclived to tho president Pacific tracks to Thayer street, on tho' before "ho cabinet meeting Tuesday, north and Fourth to Third streets on nlthough no hour has been ilxcd. tho east and west. Insurance may There is complete rctlcenco in all quarcover half tho loss. ters as to tho text of the reply but there if. reason to bclievo it is not an unqualified acceptance of tho American terms but is framed on the theory of accepting the essentials and trusting to a hoped-fo- r conciliatory spirit on the part of this government to moderate to some extent features which V lPp 57 the Spanish government seems to re gard as uncsscutlals. Pending the ofllelal delivery of the nnswer, Speculation was rife as to its contents. There was little or no that tho length of tho reply meant that Spain had not given a slmplo and direct affirmative to the American conditions. It was evident that if the reply was an acceptance) it was accompanied by extended discussion nnd probably by conditions. This caused considerable apprehension in ofllcial GEN. CHAMBEItS M'KIDBIN. ircles hero for while it was felt last (Ono of tho Most Gallant Officers Now at Santiago.) wcelj that Spain would surely yield in every particular it began to bo felt A CHANGE OF COMMANDERS. thatf possibly it might result in another, period of discussion and possiCupt. Slgshee Will Coiniiinud tho lUttle- - bly in indirect attempt to open up a diplomatic exchange on the nature of shlp UVt:ih nml dipt. Goodrich Hits Tlio prevailing view, the ' terms. lloen Assigned the "nv;irk, however, wns that the reply was on its Washington, Aug-- . 0. Two impor- facca(n acceptance, nlthough not such tant changes in the comma'nd of ves- a oie as precluded all possibility of All vital points sels of the navy were announced Mon- furihcr discussion. day by Secretrry Lon. Capt. Charles wen believed to be conceded tho nbaidonmcnt of Cuba, Porto Bico and D. Sigsbcc, who commanded the battleship Maine when she met her fate in the Ladrones, and the establishment tho harbor of Havana, and who has of t commission to pass upon quesbeen in command of the nuxlllarj-crulbe- r tion relating to tho Philippines. St. Paul since the war began, BEING RETURNED TO SPAIN. has been ordered to relieve Capt. John W. Philip of command of tho battle-Shi- p Odi Tbousnnd or the Spanish Slclc and Texas, now undergoing repairs Wounded Soldiers I.ondnl on the in New York. It is understood that Alictute nt buntingo. Capt. Philip will bo assigned to shoro Santiaoo, Aug. 9. Gen. Shatter and duty, probably tho command of tho Gca. Toral held a consultation at the FranMare Island navy yard at San poacc Monday afternoon with regard cisco. Long announced also that to the embarkation of tho Spanislt Secretary prsoners of war. Capt. Caspar F. Uoodrich, of tho auxilis a result of tho conference 1,000 of iary cruiser St. Louis, had been ordered to the command of tho Newark, tie Spanish sick and wounded will be Commodoro Watson's new flag ship, to tnten on board tho Alicante Tuesday succeed Capt Albert S. Barker, who nurntng and sent to Spain as soon as has been transferred to the battleship th) vessel is properly .loaded. there is to be no bunching or wait-iOregon, on nccount of thej illness of ' of transports. Each will sail as Capt Charles E. Clark. som as it can .'by loaded after arrival IlmiReil by a Ml. litre. Ripi.kv, Tenn., Aug. 0. Saturday I'rosprocln? l'uity Lost. morning about 3 o'clock Richard ThuriAN Fiiancisco, Aug. 0. A letter mond, a Negro of bad reputation, enby tho Alaska Commercial Co., tered the house of L. D. Illncs and dited Unalaska, Ju'y 28, says: Infor-mitlo- n attempted to assault hfs daughter. received here is to the effect, She screamed and the Negro ran. A tint an entire party of 12 prospectors, posse chased him (o Middlcton, Tenn., c;illug themselves the Columbia E.v where he was captured Sunday even- pbrlng Co., together with Rev. R. ing and brought to Ripley. Ho made Veber, a Moravian missionary, hl4 a Jull confession and was hanged at v'fo and two native pilots, bound one o'clock Monday morning by an fcr'tho Kuskovite river, have been orderly crowd of citizens. loifc r, pas-sagesrc-fp- ly concern-IngHlIxdclivcr- y depart-lnenvlva- WAajjlNfiTox, Aug. 9. STANFORD. OR KY. Bank. s By provision oJ Its charter, depositor ore as fully protected as In National Banks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par valu thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may ad as Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an individual, , Condition of the Farmer Bank and Trust Co., Stanford. Kentucky. December 31. 1896. RESOURCES: Kotesand Bills Other Stocks and Bonds Overdrafts Duo from Banks Uanklaff House and Fixtures Cash $302,815.21 1,095.82 4.202.41 ,239.2(5 LIABILITIES: Capital Stock Surplus Fund.. Individual Deposits 1200,000.01 19,433.44 155,504.0) 12.01141 0,400.00 25,593.20 1337,015,00 DuetoBanks t337,0&M DIRECTORS: J. J. Williams, Mt Vorncm J. S. Owsley, Stanford. J. B. Owsloy, Stanford. William Gooch, Stanford. S. II. Shanks, Stanford. S. J. Embry, Stanford. J. F. Cash, Stanford. A. W. Carpenter, Stanford. V. IT. . ' J. E. Lynn, Stanford. J. N. Mcncfce, Stanford. Cummins, Lincoln County. a H. SHANKS, iCWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, an4' they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSI,EY, Cashier President. J, B. OWSLEY, Cashiei M. BRIGHT, Teller. W. A BUSINESS EDU6ATI0N Is absolutely necessary to the younp man or young woman who would win success in llfo. This being conceded, it isof'Uie first importance to get your training at the school that stands In tho very front rank tho . Bryant &Stratton Business College,u . itf"" Write for beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupying proraU nent positions all over the United States It will be mailed FREE. 17 mO Druggists and Pharmacists. XL1 MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt. Vernon, Ky. Chemicals, Paints, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancy Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c Prescrip tions carefully compounded at all hours. Give us a call for goods usually kept in a s drugstore. We carrv Drugs, Oils, first-clas- P5eSlei Of Stanford, Ky. $200,000. I First National Bank Capital Stock T, Surplus ..$23,100. -- DIRECTORS" W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Reld T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, J. S. Hockcr and M. J. Miller. We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busines intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with A view to business relations, re;pectfully invited. JNO. J. McROBERTS, Csuhlcn & HQCKER, Prcs. GO TO n; JONAS McKENZIE For Everything lu ed Dro Goofls, Giotuina, Boots ana $iioe GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at Living Price. A Brodhead Fair. gumatiagaCT Always Successful. i8g8 Exhibition Takes Place August . mm bm mi 17, 18, n iiw n imK imti nrmm and 19 til iiiiinn nil i , w ties have granted the right to the teamsters to cross the line. Adam's Grove Picnic had a reasMrs. Boss Tharp Winston, Ky., is visiting her father ,V A.' T. "Eish onably good crowd. m may., Aug. 12, 1S9S ,"$j:,V Two men were thrown from near this piace. mules at about the same time at the Sheep and cattleVlyers are as Published- every Friday by fair grounds Sunday evening. thick here as wool agent?. It was thought for a while that both George Parsons' 'jrajt to see JAAIIiS MARET. were killed, but neither were se- home folks in the Glacie country riously hurt. Sunday. zm.re ii-i ?sM ' The fair grounds arc in good remK $I.0O pair; and everything is neat and SWLKCRIl'TION ONK YfiAK inviting. We are expecting this McWhorter, Ky.Sug. 4. "98 year, the largest crowd ever known Signal. Mt. Vernon&Ky. Advertising rales made known on at these grounds, Having taken a., peej inside of application the quarantine lines itKvill write Prof. Chandler is improving rapidly and will boon be out again. you how affairs arcWjn Jackson. The health.of the county is good. Plon. G. G. Gilbert was at the The doctors report aifew "cases of Albright House, Saturday night. typhoid fever VOW CONGUESS and oMLaurel Fork The B. B. Band and quite a numthere is 5 cases of small pcx under HON'. G. G. GILBERT, ber of citizens gave him a very warm guard, which isolates them. I was reception and in response, he made Ol' HIIKLnY. not on Horselick but a- doctor who a most eloquent lecture, which visited that part of ihe county a showed conclusively that he is a few days since tellsljme there is Hon-Gko. G. Gimiekt, of man of culture as well as abilicy. only a few cases and? the steps ShelMville, Ky., the Democratic G. W. DeBord is still with the taken by the county officers will nominee for Congress in this dis brass band here, soon stamp it out. J"4saw some trict, was mingling and mixing with A great rush is being made here men who did not believe there was the citiz2ns of our county for sevany small pox in the count) but eral days last week Although Mr. for rooms during the lair. many are thoroughly satisfied Gilbert has not formerly opened his Wra. Petcus drove down to see about it. The only trouble about campaign yet, he made a speech at his people Wednesday. convincing all the people .'was the Livingston on Thursday, addressed Died. Mrs. Wallen wile of Dud mildness of the disease. Vaccinathe Rockcastle county, .teachers on Wallen a prosperous and highly tion is progressing slowly and Friday and on Saturday spoke at farmer of Lincoln county, great resistance will be Inet all Adams' Grove picnic and spent the esteemed died August 9th. Mrs. Wallen Mountain counties. I think the evening at Broadhead. The great good woman and loved by all State Board can safely remove quarand favorite son of She'by pioved was a The bereft husband antine in ten days if thev will himself a superb mixer as well as a who knew her. of their many thoroughly investigate theiufected splendid speaker. Mr. Gilbert start- has the sympathy friends here. part of the comity. There'is coned out in life on the farm, where he Dr. Messrs John and Eddie Heron siderable 'prejudice against was born. Many a day has he turnSmock throughout the icouuty. ed 'he turf, dropped, thinned, plow- will leave here Thursday on their witli their ed, cut ana gathered corn, bound way to the Masonic Home. We People are going on work up near Laurer and Clay oats and cradled wheat, having send our thanks to Bro. Kelly, worked all day he would study till Supt. of the Home for the interest county Hues, threshing wheat. A lot of carpenters are building a late at night preparing himself for he has taken in our boys.nice church at AnnvilleT The public school teaching, which he Miss Maud M. Watson, who is merchants complain ot being short afterwards did So acceptably to both attending Mrs. Maggie Gulley's pation and pupil. Nature blessed school near McCreary, writes very on salt and sugar. Wagon rehim with a great intellect and gave encouragingly to her parents in peatedly go to the guard lines, but him a mind especially fitted for the regard to the teacher and the none has yet forced their way through I think a train of wagons study and practice of law, which he school. will break through tfce fLaurel then took tip and was soon admit W. G Adams, Granville Owens, lines in a lew days if they 3JTre not ted to the bar, where he has gradually pushed his way to the front Wra. Pettus and others will have allowed to pass. The mail lias As a lawyer he is recognized among charge of a booth during the fair. been stopped for a ,veek: but. the the ablest itvKentucky. As a leg All are nice accommodating gentle- hearth pf thej. papet readep iere made glad today by seejjig the islntor. he wpht laurels for himself men mail boy on his usual rourr$. The in the State Senate. He is thoroughe Department ordered the CLIMAX. ly acquainted with national legislacontractors to proceed with the tion and knows the wants and needs T. T. Pronu stnnnpfl liis olinn1 mail and they went. I will write of the people. This is a crucial period with grave and momentous on the 27th on the account of theiyou frotn Manchester or Hyden Dr. M. P. questions confronting us on every small-po- x scare. -- Ml. Vernon Signal HRODHEAD. SPECIAL CAR! Local freights Nos. 27 and 28 will Carry extra Coach and handle DEALERS IN- passengers between Brodhead and Livingston during Brodhead Fair, Aug. 17, 18, and 19, 1S9S, Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at (air nrices. Leave Livingston O.05 A. M. ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. Pine Hill 6.32 V,1JLLU.VU of WIU 1VJ.CL1U CL11U Vernon -- 3 General MerchandiseWIT. - & . Mt. 7.00 OLS Maretbuig Arrive at Brodhead Leave Brodhead 7.15 7.35 RETURNING 3.45 VERNON, KY. P. M. ' Maretburg Mt. Vernon Pine Hill Arrive at Livingston will be on 4,00 4.45 6,05 " " Brodhead Marble Works W. H. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR. MANUI'ACTUKKl! AND DKA1.FU IN 6.40 " Tickets tions at one fare Trip, good on all trains. A. E. Albright, Secy. sale at all sta- for the Round Monnumcnts and Tomb Sonea, Mt. Rockcastle Co. "Fair Asso'cn. - Vernori Collegiate-Institute- ,, IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE. COLLEGE. . Everything can't be done in a day. Don't grumble because the road in front of your house has not been worked as much as at some other point. You will be reached in tinie. Letid your influence towards buifding up not to tear down. It is said talk is cheap but it often proves costly when its not used in the wrong directiou. all Session Openes September Academic, Intermediate, and 6, 1898. Special Normal L. Primary, Departments. M.SCROGGS. Principal Work: for Terachers & THE BEST REMEDY FLUX. well-know- FOR n 111 Mr John Mathias, a stock dealer of Pulaski, Ky,, says: "After suffering over a week with flux, and my physicians having foiled to relieve me, I was advised to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholcia and Diarrhoea Remedy, and have the pleasure in stating that the half of one bottle cured me. For sale by M. C. and D. N. Williams. Livingston Town Lots for business 1Mb - and Deweling . When Your Horse Is Shod By THO'S TAYLOR Blacksmith, You may cjependupon it that' i has been done in a scientific manner and'tlll sHoes Will stav on until worn out. 85TCASH. n In the most desirable Part of Town near new uepot. can ana see them, r e Wm. FIELDS iT? wj Houses. Post-offic- Hotel Frith F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Located at the DepotVgga side, demanding a leader of trench ant wisdom; ot superb intellect; a splendid courage; .f Unquestionable integrity; of strong political opin ions with sufficient eloquence to impress- - them upon the mind of the v i ,ple and to crvstalize them into good and wholesome laws for the benefit of the toiling laboring mass es of the county. Such a man is the Hon. G. G. Gilbert. amkkicans are goou hgliters no M matter where they are, and it seems that Sunday is their favorite day for battles. On Sunday, July 31. at Manilla. Gen. Green's forces were attacted by a Spanish force of three thousand during a thunTwo battles esued der storm. in which the enemy lost 300 killed and 500 wounded. The Americans lost 9 killed and 40 wounded. The Spaniards had enough and fled. fired ihe, first hundred-dawar, and shot in the its echo aroused the nation to the great duty devolving on it, and the last sliots now neing nred by our gallant soldiers will solidify the opinion of" the people the that land won by the blood of her soldiers and sailors must not be lost by the y Adjiikal Dewkv 'timidity 01 her statesmen. The War Department has decid ed to establish an Army Camp at Lexington, Ky. The Camp will consist of one division of nine regiments. A thousand acres will be donated somewhere in Fayette county. Iv the Philippines are worth the men and money this country has are worth any spent on thein-thetroublV that may be Necessary to govern "llieni according to American ideas of liberty regulated bv Jaw. y The label on' your paper gives Meet all Trains, Day and Night. Simms is the gtad father the date to which yon have ffai'd. Traveling Men and Railroad James men Solicited. Will fur Laok at it now. of a fine boy. i nish lunches on all Trains. America King has at last threshed her wheat. These duns mean you , ij yoh owe on subscription. Jones & Garrett, our lumber merchants, are preparing to run an extensive lumber business. For Salk A inter James Sexton says he is very est in the Aunt Polly Hiatt farm. ' scare is on for Apply at this office. sorry the small-poit puts a stop to his hunting. Abe Isaacs and three other patriAbout one month ago my c hjld otic men of this place, started yes- which is fifteen For the speedy .mil permanent cm ci months old, lida g.Trwn vt.ai :'s n. ;s g '.ran wryi tetter, palt rheum and eczema, terday to join the army at Lexing- an attack of diarrhoea accompanied Eye and Skin Ointment z ton. without an equal. It relieves tho if thby vomiting. I gave it such reml-die- s FOR ing and smarting almost instantly t nd as are usually given in sue 1 Dirk Casteel, our Blacksmith its continued uf.o effects n penn'iiusut cure. also cures itch, btirocr'a itch, and wagon maker is kept busy. cases, but as 'nothing gave relie , of scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, we sent for a physician and it wa chapped hands, chronic core oyea and all the pain Grauville Owens & Co., have at granulated lids. nndsickncs3from last gotton their shingle mill in po- under his care for a week. At till vhtch women time the child had been sick for Dr. Cadv's Condition Powders for sition. suffer 13 caused iorses aro the best tonic, blood purifier about ten days and was haviu andvermifuKO. Price, 25centa. Soldby by weakness or Wm. Forsyth, a pupil at Climax about twenty-fiv- e operations of th! derangement In school killed a snake with thirty-eigbowels eveiy twelve hours, and v the organs of small ones. r menstruation. wptf rmiviiipprl tlmt nnlpci. it Nearly always W. A. UAliSON obtained relie' it would not liva when a woman la not well these WILDIE. wuuu. uuiera ana But when organs are affected. And Diarrhoea Remedy was they are strong and healthy a Mrs. Christian, who has been woman Is v? ry seldom sick. and I decided to try it. stopping at J. F. Butner's for some I soon notieed a change for the hot': L-- fc ffl EiREE'j cy O lime, returned home Monday. ter; by its sontinued use a com Mt. Vernon and Urodhead', Mrs. C. A. Kelton, of Conway, plete cuie was brought about Kentucky. was visiting at this place Saturday it is now perfectly healthy. C, L. Is nature's provision for the regu1 Will be pleased to give estimates Boggs, Stutnptown, Gilmer C0.J1 lation of (he menstrual function. and Sunday. on work. Satisfaction guaranteed. It cures all " female troubles." It is equally effective for the girl In Mr Smith, of Jackson county W, Va. For sale by M . ' C. and m .' her teens, the young wife with dowas in Wildie the first of the week. N. Williams. mestic and maternal carc3, and Mrs. James Drew is lying at the point of death. Brodhead, Good Livery Ky Attaehcd Orua : Store Groceries, Cheapest;. Drugs, H Medicines, Cheaper, C. C- ,7;y TOBACCO AND CIGARS one-twelf- th x Subscribe for the Cheap, SIGNAL $1.00 a year A D I DAV6S & COUltrm - - Skin Diseases, r -- J A of l'URE UNORCI) OIL mixed wra wio--- v ya i3L with n uaUon of r 'f JINE-TENTH- 5 it5S girarci)n-Hr- 1 ii3X!ur rciiUiw 2 imllons of tha VEIIY Tif'n n.T-.- i 1.. .l. ir 'M'" "c " yeu " rn 6rjt ...An. ht recoin-mende- 'Painter Paper Hanger, your piint bill. la faii uor.s Dtnunta than rme Ir I.ed nnd 11 Absolutely hot poiionous liuiMAiU'iiVT Mmiilao: tlio ncsT or 1'aint Ma. 1 mi an -- tKi ni nil cooil painters tiu ami Ic cromul Tsicu, vinr Thick. No tronlilo tn mix, nr.y liar em ilr It. It H tho Cotaios Sknsc oj L'ouan Pawt. No deiticr paint van bo madonl iNV cost, an J li C h$ms$2$ OUh ,.. :5rt&.y WmfAim warn 'oi til CnAcs, IltinTcn, Vzr.u or Omp. (MlAMWAn PMTir CO., Ui.LOUlo, Mo Bald and ccaraatced by M. C. & D. N. Williams. Mt, Vernon, Ky. ji & iM?j15j( Ka&ifca. Commercial, 40 cts. Courier Journal, Nole Parsons, of Silver Creek (twice a week) 25 cts. was up to see old friends Saturday Post, Daily, $i.75 and Sunday. Cincinnati Inquire 50 cts. Lumber hauling will be resumed Chattanooga, Farm & Trade 25 ctsv ngain from Jackson as the nhthori- tf. I released. " Judge Durham arrested Bert . 4 ti T.uusford, of Jackson county, MonIf you are a subscriber $ day, but after some statement from he had not crossed the signal you can get the Weekly Bert that line since the quarantine, he was Louisville' Dispatch for 50 ctsJ ' the woman approaching the period known as the "Chance of Life." They all need It. They aro all benefitted by It. For cdvlca In cases requiring direction, address, glvin; symptoms, ths "Ladies' Advisory Department," Tho Chattanooga Kcdlclr.o Co., Term. , , . s;e!il Chiiti-noot- p, TII03. J. C00P2! Tupolo, Mlee., iaysi " My litsr st IcurJ very Irregular and 11 nlil ntcnilruaW.in and doctors cot!4 not ro'.'cvo her. V.'lno ol Cardul er.l'rely c jcd licr end also helped ray !.!. tlKO-s- h tho Change ol Life." asrzra; EVERYBODY LOOK. I am selling the siRer Sewing Machine on easy terms and keep all kinds of sewing machine needles oil hands, shnttles, and everything that belongs to a sewing machine. Will send'neeclles'by mall to any J. also clean and repair all kinds ol machines. You can see me here every Saturday. W. M. Owens Mt Vernon Ky ad-rcs- s. amiawisareisraasiraiBi'aEHH 1M1.T S. an1 CDNSTIPATIO.S uiif. it hlnk'. nrotrmlliiL'. luuanljt yluthcr tf re cut i1 lin stimliiitf, or nionry rciunucti. jim- - infant rviui.Kiui cikvi a rauicai ami iicrmancnt euro. Ho iur,rli.al cirillun reoufrcti. cfteittU Irvlt arnl rLllcTruur euiIcriiiL'S. Ecinlatfurllkt Foi kald mini ill intl in.u tatutAe. Oiilv in ct. nx. 01 iri( s. Ly tirui:?nisl cr eui i y insu on NAKTIH KilDY, wjvraaiMCi3i, ''.K?ucr,Fa, PILES " Is m n,T t Sposllory rint(.ed lo euro I k ,. 7tiry:iy 'y?'!1?!?' -- ttbi ,.&jii,A..,A. tLv... Art. Ji i ' 'lI . .1. iim: uiese resolutions 1 . .' . ?..' ' I f?S Mt itMT. 'oiereJnt i j i . . ' I JKiiJ. Vernon Signal. 1S9S cc Are you paying for what yon arc reading. James Houfc. Jr.. is visiting his uncle Lcauder Honk at Jamestown, Iml Big Fire! lo;000 Goes Up In Smoke. n Fire brolle out in tile rear of the old Jack Adams store at por-tiy- Vkkkon, Ky. Aug. 12. l!ic The post office is temporarily lospread at large upon the records of cated in the Lizzie Sowder proper4.1. ll.- -l .......a inai ii tupy 111: ty, near Joplin hotel itortiat.. lent' members of Mrs. Carter's rt", I 1 jrt J...I v"i i ilt. Vcrnv.f, Ky,, lnt-offic- e mail mutter of prayer for rain and then wishing it would Life is mostly made up . clear off. family. feMiss E1.1.A L. JoPlin. 'JMlSS Elj.KN IJOTNER. 'jmV. R DickerSon. CALENDAR. Countv Court. Fourth Mon- day in each month.' Quarterly Court. Fiist MonNo. baled hay for sale at socts. day in January, April, 'July aud " ' October. 'Crab Orchard. by A. H. COUR 1 Ba-ti- LOUItVILLC & NAtHVILLC n.R.Co. Whatever Noah's short comings were, he knew enough to go in when it rained. Politeness is nu investment that is often overlooked, but it yields N. LOCA.L TIME CARD. big dividends. Human nature shows to a better Day Mail 7orth! n:37 a " advantage at a dog fight than at fDay Mail South . 2.22 p m meeting. 'Night Ex. North 1:32 am prayer '"Night Ex. South JC"Call on Neal Parrett for the 1:48 am best and cheapest sash latches. J. A. Landrum, Agent. Better than weights. . Our good friend, J, C. Lnn has taken a position with Union Stock churches. 'Christian Molds (.crviccs 1st it3rl Sunday Yards at Lexington. and ntC:S0). in. at 11 n. Dr. M. Pennington has a letter in this issue on smallpox in JackPresbyterian Molds scrvicei on the 1th son and other counties. 111. !Sunday Wednesday night. When discovered "IT. it ;had made such headway it was ' fj. The fire impossible to control it IP0 eat its way from where it started to til M. Williams' drug store, destroying For Infants and Children. J. Millers warehouse and store, The Kind You llavo Always Bought Mis. Ella Baker's, millinery store, Boars tho sjjjf residence and post office, and WilSignature of McAof thecon-tentliams' drug store of the stores weye saved. The LIVINGSTON mails and fixtures wre saved from posloffice Loss atvbjtt $10,000. We are glad to welcome Lee It was oiHv by Wiree hours hard Arnold back with us work that tbeTQrcwas gotten under J, H. Browning spent Sunday control at wVilliafcis' drug store withihis wife, who is visiting her The origin of Ahfire is thought niothci , Mrs Kate Magee, at Lon to have been it don. s :S. H. Martin. J. Cress. N.JJUOWN. saw mill ot from 20 to 25 horse in May and Third Monday in power in good repair. Farm locaMt. Vernon Police Court. ted seven miles south Mt. Vernon Third Monday in each month. Good land plenty of fine t'mber on it. Good crop on it. Apply to or write J. W. Marler Mt. Vernon Proessional Cards. Ky. Do you want to buy Wanted- .- To trade a farm to a day in February, Fourth Monday Sep-tember. Circuit Court. Second Mon- or sell a P. A. PentiiiiRton, D. D. S., M. D. (&iyT&&&l yjT. Rockcastle farm, timber land, town DEIMTST, lots, business houses or dwellings? Address, Signal, Mt. Vernon, Ky N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts.. LOUISVILLE. KY. The Crab Orchard, , Reward. Stanford and Mt. Vernon Telephone Company will pay $25 reward for arrest and conviction of SURVEYO R any person who cuts the wires or otherwise destroys the property of Mt. . said company. Also, an Ageut for the best Tailors in the world. This office has inquiries from a S. N. Davis. Venon, H man who wishes to bit a small Everyone in the plae rendered DRS. G. B. & J. II. LAWRENCE Miss Ella Watson, of Winchest-BrowlGo to the Kandy Kitchen for farm not far from town. Persons 'Z .0" er, is visiting Mrs. R. C. candies. assistance even to the woen. and delicious hav'ng farms or real estate for sale Roiitist Clmrcli SerVicof on the Second fresh Quite a number of citizenV came, Bnuday Sweetmeats made daily. and and Sunday. Saturday night R. G. Ward and family were the are invited to consult the editor of School ot 0 n in ecry Sunday. "Prayer guests of relatives here last week. this paper. . tf. S C. Franklin and wile have re came in from nh;litH. Rev. .1 C mcctiiigon pastor. was in the thickest Judge Alcqrn visit to turned from a H. G. Johnson, of 'he L. & N., If you want to get mad about it tesTOffice at residence (Rice homefolks in Fayeite county of the fight. was here Thursday last, and at and pay up your dues, very well property) opposite the Southeast MASONIC. corner of Court yard. W. T. Shoit, deputy U. S. Mar-Tom Johuson Perry White and tended the picnic. aud good. 'Its better that way MT. VERNON, - - - KY. MonI0 incetH 2rd Aidilaml LoiIro No. shal, has been assigned to Mt. Ver-- k Bob Blackwell, the Jatter colored, to keep in good humor and day 10 A Jim Dillion, of the 4th Ky., than uou instead of K. E, Wallace. never pay. deserve especial mention for their Regiment, left for Camp Corbin, C. C. WILLIAMS, Mrs. Dr. Brown is out from brave work. Monday, after a visit to home folKS Picnic .Owing to its having OTHERWISE. Parksville visiting Mrs. G. W. , Aotrney- - atLaw, LOCAL The town reminds one of Sher here. Miss Mattie Marion, daugh rained on July 4th, I will have anand other relatives here. Mt. Ucrnon, Ky. with him other pienic at my beautiful grove ter of the Regiment, was man's march to the sea. is visiting friends : C. C. Davis while here, soliciting funds to pur 2 miles east of Brodhead, for the rjsuOffice on 2nd floor of new The colored troops fought bnvc- to Signal, and relatives at Moreland and other Pay your dues chase a flag to present to the Reg- accommodation of all, especially brick on Church street. Special points in Lincoln and Pulaski iment. An ice cieam supper was those who missed the enjoyment attention given to collections. Fish's store for groceries. Perry and J I White, S. C. Frank- civen her at W. R. Dillion's, Sat of the day on account of the rain. counties. For best groceries go to A. J. G. W. McCLURE, G. R. Love and Miss Lula lin, others, have our tlianks for urday night lrom which about $12 Everything will be done to make Fish. Owing to the rain the day enjoyable. Come everyBaker were married at Adam's helping to save the Signal office. was realized. w-- , Mrs. Petty has been quite ill but ' W. G. Adams. body. grove picnic Saturday last; Rev. The Miller hotel, Scott's store only a few were present. is better. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Boswell officiating. G. G. Gilbert, Democratic nomi and Kate Moore's store and resiA Bargain. Farm of 130 acres a new girl at J. H. Reynolds has nee for Congress, was here Thurs- east of Brodhead. House of 8 All business entrusted to my care "Pap" Pennington or "Uncle dence, barely escaped. his house. day aud attended the picnic and rooms good barn and outbuildings will receive prompt attention. Able" as the boys call him, is makv Little three year old Claud Griffin made an elegant speech lor us. Fish delivers groceries to any ing a good commissary sergeant in ;oo bearing fruit trees. Uuder Office 011 Second floor of new brick came out of jail residence with a tart of town. Co. G 4th Ky. Tucker has returned fence and well watered. Address on Church street. Jas. H. corset under his arm. " home alter a visit tohis.daughtei. The road down East Fork is Ix: Jessie Roberts, Millard West, the gentlemanly Our people are the ing well worked. Brodhead, Ky. left for an ex- 45- eollectoi was out from Lancaster a R. G. WILLIAMS, y W. F. Sheridan ers in the world several- few- - days since. Pic is moving his parents at New2 tended visit to The 2nd Kentucky wants The L. & N. sent section men ark, Ohio. He will visit St. Louis Hay. No. i Timothy baled hay for right along in his new position. more musicians. sale. Orders filledproniptly by A, MT. VERNON. KY. ;". from Livingston, Pine Hjll and and other points while gone. W. T. Davis has a Harry Blazer was with us the H Bafton, Crab Orchad. Write Bowman, for prices. his house. Will has other points, win did good work! printer at J and Jessie isliss first of the week. t f quit work to watch the attics of the ofHopkinsville. are visiting their Mrs. Cleo Brown is visiting relaPASSED BY cousin, Bud Cockerell and Bro. When a man tells you he likes boy which he says is just too cute A tives in Lancaster. to work, you may not say so to his for anything. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. Harry at the Pope Holel. face but you think it all the same. R. L. Joplin.ot Wilmorc, is visitWe the committee on resolutions If you want a job on a work Mrs. Jarrett, of Brodhead, was PRACTICAL ing homefolks here. train write to T. Gilpin, West would respectfully report the fol- the guest 'of her sister, Mrs. C. E. EMBALMER-- ? Attention Gentlemen. Dave Butner. of Wildie, was Chfty, Ky. Pass will be given lowing: . . Rice, last week. &.. 5TAiHJKL. KY. Tailor made oothes at "hand me 1st. That we recognize the wis. !' here on Saturday last. over the Illinois Centml after you & We won't mention the excursion down" prices suits to- - order lrom Stock Complete, Telegraph dom of the legislature in providiug Hon. G. M. Davison was witi us reach Louisville. by our joung people Sunday $8.50 up pantaloons $2,50 up fit ers a Specialty taken for county institutes. the first of the week. James I. White, W. A. B. Davis we believe that 2nd. Whereas Our school began Monday last and satisfaction guaranted ask to i tii ti A,.sfLt, n.i .! ifn hgn "&. 1 Everything bright, fresh and Smith Ping, Charley Davis, Nels much valuable information is ob. with Prof. Dickerson, principal, see samples. A. E. Aluright DR. A. G. LOVELL, grocery. and Geo. Griffin, Tom Proctor, F tained. at Teacher's Institutes and and G. Matt Ballard, assistant. clean at Fish's Brodhead Ky. " riiysician ana Mirjfeft)j old iarmer" L Thompson and many others did whereas there are many young There were 95 enrolled the first Jop McCall the "rich did heroic work during the fire mt v nna.Ni y teachers entering the ranks j early, day. has bought a saw mill. For Sale Or Exchange. Farm Oilicc North hide Alain hi . miles Misses Sallie Linton and May therefore be it resolved, That we ; Born. To the wife of Grant of 30 acres, 3 room house, 4 VWUN. Mrs. Shepherd, who has been f. v ,. . i fei-.t- n East of Brohhead. Good orchard, from a pleasant visit would resppctfully ask the Superin Helton on the 5th -- a girl. Fox are back TjTvirTCf. seriously ill, is no better. 20 acres in 2 springs, good water. to Middlesboro aud will spend a few tendent to call our next Institute TSBBfcw j. E Crag, one of our valued weeks with relatives here before to convene as near as possible on Mrs. Brack Graves was visiting cultivation. Under good fence, AV 'it A vj OU'S l"iray fs ..J wJB. KPt'ir "jV in Mt. Vernon the first of the in good condition. Good ground. patrons, was in from Quail. the 15th day of July, 1899. returning to their home in Louis1 rO, UVjlrs has the most to ville. ijd. Resolved, That it is the week. The man Also the S. A. Coyle full stilling V ,' '?0 th. Mrs. B. N. Roller aud sister, outfit. Boiler and all. Will sell of the teacherr of Rockcastle say uses the fewest words. Sense iwrv: V. bTtTtrn-- . rt. n v Jt C, ".5 V vX Miss Fan- county to approve any means by MLs Corden, were in Stanford, Wm. Kinley, Sr., aud HEADQUAR';LifeLKO I'UttM or exchange for larger farm or Mrs Mary Kaycs, of near Wildie r. M nie Kirby were married at the resi- which the State shall publish any Monday. b. : COMMERCI house and lot in town. was here shopping, Thursday. dence of Sam'l Kinley Aug. 4th; s that shall 'be. used in Mrs. Martha Jones. t0Jiii.-!St?,- . t,0'-oCSyPorter 0,. at W. 0. Bums ' was in Stanford It ts quite permissible to rob Rev. Carnucal officiating. The public schools of said county. . . . " i 5 J 'A 46-- 4 1. Sunday. 4' . Peter to pay Paul if your name is couple is visiting Mrs. P. J. j CV r cv. 'V .i 'tf 4th. Resolved, That this Iusti Xft Paul. 1S o. v. John Walton has broken dirt foi Stringer in Pulaski county. "cL ii'iwi n tute instruct our legislator to work b.sfr v The Rev. W: B. Ccetley, of will build on two cottages that he ar-tpages of militia for working y The law now James Crank, of Brodhead, who for an act repealing the on Main st., adjoining Col. Stockbridge, Ga., while attending county roads is between 16 and is with requiring teachers to attend Insti his lot f s. ' A . the 2nd Ky. Regiment at to his pastoral duties at Ellenwood, Bentley. jO. ?., U on..l'n,.t,1.-7)i- . c4XO $ y . 50. tutes but not teaching at the time. A. N. .iiaiiuiuuuiwTv- - j. v ,.'4A, Cbicamauga. writes this paper a that stale, was attacked by cholera - ." , 5th. That we as teachers, wish Miss Alice Fprbus, of Madison hot letter bitterly derouncing the ;. 10 "OX . u. . says: "By chance I morbus. He ffiw.-LM- fe Mrs. Jeff Pennington is no bet county, is the guest of Mrs. S. C. rtport that he deserted. He sajs to express our thanks to the citiof a bottle of Thcv also hannencd to tret hold vicinity for ter. Franklin. the man who started the report is zens of Mt. Vernon and Cholera and Stou c.citft4 Chamberlain's Colic, pivmWyWa vy. o " 'os&&:&. . p. , the kindness shown us this week. Diarrhoea Remedy, and I think it Orders ,. 'o -. A cynic is a man who is never hap- a bigger fibber than old Nick himox Ta Whereas, The school law proThe Williams, drugstore is in the was the meaus'of saving my life. py unless he is unhappy. Do you self. Mr. Crank says he is well Resol- brick room under the law office of and well pleased with a soldiers vides for district libraries, know of any cynics. It relieved me at ouce. For sale That we as teachers pledge C. C, Williams on Church street life and has had no trouble at all. ved, by M. C, aud D. N, Williams. om selves as far as pcssible, the S. W. Prewitt has sold out his to, jneaJls l0 fIirnish suitable libraries Notice. Parties who wish grocery store and is preparing to CARD OF THANKS. make exhibts at our Fair are rs forcach district, II. II. REYNOLDS Crab Orchard. $ move to I wish to extend my heartielt quested to come early as possible) Institute Whereas, Since the last tlianks to each and every individDr. P. A. Pennington the dent- as the prospects are wittering lor in the county, ceath has claimed ual who so heroically assisted us in ist, will be at the Miller House dur- a very large exhibit, especially the one of our beloved and faithful saving our stock of goods and ing Circuit 'Court first day Remember all Ring;s' teacTess, Mrs, Mattie Carter. There' iX'ViP!Vwtjrvl J I J4W. iV It tt&TC . :M?o .VftL'. ,?a . household effects lrom the fire on by jt J)e resolved Rev. Ken Pike, a fluent speaker which are the product 01 llic sou f Horseshoeing, all 'round, 50 centsffi Wednesday night. on arc entered free. j the teaci,ers of the Institute. .will preach at the Court-hous- e ,SSsffi-s.-. KvervthiiiK furnished. Best uai (L't, X- ir J. J. Williams. w ,v Ring No. K7 of the Brrdhead r.vi. y u.. x s cjt. 'v deep-fai- r '. Sunday. afternoon of the 3rd JhU Tlmt we sjucerely and r h v V Vi:t. .i o r.'o, P.A.:'!'. .UlCfcXX v"y &J t aud shoes used. a.V . s.nm.i v.TiVa'-catalogue has been changed to ,y dep'ore the untimely death of Nearly all the cities which the Misses Helen Singleton and read: Best bull calf uuder eight Mrt Corter) ww was one of the American lorces have reached in Owens, two pretty little months, $2 to first; 3 yards ofjablest and most efficient teachers in Porto Rico have surrendered withMisses, of Crooked, creek, wpre checked flannel to 2nd. And Ring Roclccastie county. out the fireing of a gun. The pop here Saturday last No.SS; Best heifer calf under eight! sn ri,atWe extend to her ulace met the soldiers with bands jp2-cash to first and 3 good This office has several ret her brothc'rs, sisters and moth-yard- s of music. American flag flying aud WHISKIES' WINES. ' best jeans to 2nd. sympathy in their er',.our heart-fepieces ot properly fot sale or will a rousing welcome to the invading RovkciStle Co. Fair Ass'n sa(j i0.SS( but asstirethem that earth's exchange for merchandise or other s lorces. A E Albright, Sec'y loss is heaveM..s g3in. property and farms. i. PHYSICIANS Tm-silit- l. SURGEONS. three-week- s' , - 111. , 0 Mc-Clu- re . AttorneyatL,a - Attorney 4 m w, &?o ten-pou- J. C. McCkry UNDERTAKER. " i y z h tfi? -- 0$fl M W" fOKZ.' '," ,.tf '."". -. rjicr-WM- rv Miller -- l 1 7L4,..T -- CV. ". ". 4 r S o Ssztt"" mm' 4,b J .,S. o.4Sx?i -9 3 text-book- MT. VE ' ;.so LIME 'commas A' Afl -- syi ,'' V r ''(! v.if yMM;?,?',jr:o$r. V'AX' 'w Blacksmith, Idrodboad, Ky -- -z--7mMmi- J , TOM child-month- s; v. '" mmwsg&sm ffaSas ;X'Ovk w-j'- i.v 't$m$z j--t ttr'i-ofiK'tsCK- W H ?.irT7-xi- r" vi. NAM.VV -- mmm m lt Msf &$.&?'? , r- VI I Don't sweat When Hot run! (? tako Hood's Bursuparilla. ndvico, ns you will And If you follow It. s sumHood's Sarsapurllla Is a mer medicine, becauso It Is so pood for which han no equal for indigestion, dvspen-sia- , the stomach, so cooling to tho blood, constipation, fevers It so helpful to tho whole body. Malto no strenjftiicns, purities and and bad blood. botvitalizes. One mistake, but get only tle docs much good first-clas- fret, but lcoep cool and Tills Is pood Tlie OldcHt Volnutccr. A New York State doctor, aged 103, volunteered bis services to the President recently, and expressed a desire to enter the ormy as a surgeon. Even at his advanced years lie can read without glasses, and walk 10 to 15 miles a day. The oldest standard medicine is Hostcttcr's Stomach Hitters, Sarsa- - Lamer, it will require a stamp and all that .bother. Can t you nrrance another method? America's Greatest Medicines. Mr. Larger (inspired) Let me nee. Oh, Ills; easy jrci ii HnnH'c pjllccuto Liver to operate. to .journal. uivcyoua : months' note. N. Y, a iuuu ., .j tnuo, easy Wheat 10 CciMn a IIimIici. How to Rrow wheat with bin profit at 40 cents and bjinplcs of Salzer's lieu Cross (80 hincniiaintaiicp." IIukIicIs per acre) Winter Wheat, live, Oats, For the next five minutes the fatnilv were W Remember the name Clovers, etc, with Farm Seed Catalogue for under a ckonviction that the 4 cents postage. .10I1N A. SALZEU SEED head of the household CO., La Crosse, Wis. k vessel. Stray Stories. had burst a blood when you buy When people find fault with everything BEAUTIFUL HOMES. they hear, they ought not to complain if again they do not hear everything. Ram's Horn. The Tendency of the Arc Is Tovrnrd Fiso'n Cute for Consumption has no equal 31 ii ml Dccorntloua. as a CourIi medicine. F. M. Abbott, 383 Seneca St., Buffalo, N. Y., May 9, 1894. Probably at no time in the world's history much attention been paid the inCut the amount of money you expect to has as decoration of homes as at topresent. terior get square in iwo. aiciiisoii Ulouc. No home, no nutter how humble, in without its handiwork that helps to beautify the llnll'H Cnturrh Cure apartments and make the bui rounding more la a Constitutional Cure. Price 75c. cheerful. The taste of the American people has kept pace with the uge, nnd almost for very light housekeep- every day brings forth bomcthing new are ing. L. A. W. llullctin. in the way of a picture, a draping, a piece oi lurniturc or ottier form of mural RVTPvVvxxxvvvxvvx7vxxvvtXN7cx decoration. One of the latest of these lias been given to the World by the celebrated artist. Muville, in a scries of four handsome porcelain ,game plaques. Not for years has anything as handsome in this line been seen. The subjects represented by these plaques parilla landlady VlnIiliiR for tlip Cnnli. Tf you Rive me a check, Mr. J laying things confidentially to her mother. "Hess was just telling me that the young man that visited the llrokctons last summer lias written her, and that ho sent love and kisses." "L,e i!id' di(1,!l(,? Tlio impudent puppy- rite him and squelch him at once, or you re no daughter of mine. Let him know so there is no possible chance of misundcr-itandinthat you have the utmost resentment for such conduct, and if ho ever comes 1 m.??1" did11 k,ck ,,1,n 0,lt of e hoiifc." ell, you attend to that mfttter, Hess? asked the old gentleman ot break-ranext morning. "Yes." "fjonil. AVIl.lt lliil vnn eav' "I told hurl distinctly that if lie didn't know any better than to send such thing in a letter, instead of bringing them in person, I would have to forego the plcasuie of g terror-stricke- ho entered She Scored Ylmt Time. "Wliat's that?" said the old gentleman as while the eldest daughter was wmmmmmmm noeda coaxing, not crowding. Dr. Ayer's Pills stand without a rival as a reliable medicine for liver complaint. They euro constipation, and they euro its consequences, piles, biliousness, indigestion, sick headache, nausea, coated tongue, foul breath, bad taste, palpitation, nervousness, irritability, and many other maladies that have their root in constipation. Theyaro a specific for all diseases of tho stomach and bowels, and keep tho body ia a condition of Liver sound health. Your Remember the name when you buy J 9 1 X again I . PLUG POPULAR m 2 "Ihavonsed Ayer's Pills for tho past thirty years and consider thorn on invaluable family medicine. I know of no hotter remedy for liver troubles, and have always found them a prompt euro for dyspepsia." James Qui.n.v, 00 Middle Street, Hartford, Conn. GtieaD Excursion. Tuesday, August 16, 10 Air-casll- Four tailk ,-- I nr,A !? jLUi. TnFntlfa auu HLIU luuutu uuuiucu llltlf rdf In Use signature &$&$ JJv4f4Qm For Thirty Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THREE HAPPY WOMEN. A Trio of Fervent Letters to the Sympathetic Friend of Her Sex. NOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE. nrc American Wild Duckst American 1'htas-antAmerican Quail and Knglish Snipe. They nrc handsome paintings nnd nrc especially designed for hanging on dining room walls, though their richness and beau ty entitled them to a place in the parlor of any home. These original plaques liavc been r purchacd at a cost of $50,000 by .1. C. llros. Co., manufacturers of the celc bratcd Elastic Starch, and in order to enable their numerous customers to become posses-forof thce handsome works of art they have had them reproduced by n special process, in all the rich colors and beaut) of the original. They are finished on heavy cardboard, pressed and cpibossed in the shape of a plaque and trimmed with a heavy band of gold. 1'hey measure forty inches in circumference, and contain no reading matter or advertisement whatever. Until September 1st Messrs. J. C.l lulling-e- r Ilros. Co. propose to distribute these plaques free to their customers. Even-of three mcknaca of Klastin Starch. brand, manufactured Ly J. C. Hubingcr Itros. Co., is entitled to receive one of these h indsome plaques free from their grocer. Old nnd new customers alike are entitled to the benefits of this oftVr. These plaques will not be sent through the mail, the only way to obtain them being from your grocer. Kvcry grocer storo-ithe country has Elastic Starch for sale. It is the oldest ami tiest laundry starch on the mar ket and is the most perfect cold process starch ever invented. It is the only starch made by men who thoroughly understand the laundry business, nnd the onlv starch that will not injure the finest fabric". It has bctcn the standard foraquarterofnecntury and as an evidence of how good it is twenty-twmillion packages were sold last year. Ask your dealer to show you the plaquesaml tell you about Elastic Starch'. Accept no 'ubstitutc. Hear in mind that tliis..frcholds good ft short time only and should bor ' taken nf uil!iniit fliOrn , Hub-inges ten-ceflat-iro- n n o n ItSKQM A Beautiful Iqjjji ftWiHVtife i D m Present $$ 00 Tickets good lMmmmmmmSm WM I tMHP vg-jgg- Ejl ''JiIHJJViJtVA1-"- r J,,.'"'" StJoMwAvSE Ws&t FREE for a fcw months to all users of the lratcd ELASTIC STARCH, (Flatlron mffl Brand). To induce you to try this brand of KE&fl 'starch,so that you may find out for yourself fygl that all claims for its superiority and econ- wSSy omy arctrue, the makers have had prepared, Mr at Breat expense, a scries of four returning live days niter date of sale. Elegant trains ot Parlor cars, 'Wagner Sleepers and high hack coaches. Personally conducted by representative of Big Four, avIio will look alter the wants of passengers. This excursion needs no introduction to the public, and I he popularity of tho Big Four, tho natural route to Niagara Falls via Buffalo, is well known. form can ho obtained from any Big Four ticket olllcc. From Cincinnati GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the $10,000 originals by Muville, which will be given you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. These Plaques arc 40 inches in circumference, arc free of any suggestion of advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in the manner specified. The subjects are: American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant, English Quail, English Snipe. The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. Full information in pamphlet UseWe Br s 1AE MAKE 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE. WHAT YOU all kinds and sizes, for DRILLING WELLS for house, farm, City and Village Water Works, Factories', Ice Plants, Breweries, Irrigation, Coal and Mineral Prospecting:, oil ana das, etc. LATEST and BEST. Write us want. LGOMIS & NYMAN, IlFHtJ, OHIO. I ELASTIC STARCH lias been the standard for 35 years. TWENTY-TWO Letter Tells in a Different of Agonies Relieved vdia E. Pinkham's ' able Compound. ""inkham's Vegetable "It's n peculiar thing nbout barbers." mused the philosopher, "that no sooner do they scrape acquaintance with n man than they immediately proceed to cut him." N. V.AVorld. Try Allcn'n A powder to bo shaken into the shoes. At this reason your feet feel swollen, nervous aim 1101, nnu gei iireu easily If von tl.1Vf smarting feet or tight shoes, trv Allen's root-rase- . it cools the feet and makes walkI'oot-Knu- c. Too True. MILLION packages of this brand were sold last year. That's how good it 13. ASK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Starch. Accept i I I All purchasnrs of threo 10 cent or plx Scont pnclcncos of Elastlo Starch (Flat Iron Hroml), aro entitled to from their grocer ono of tlieso tanutiful flame Plaques free. Tho plaquos will not bo sent by mail. Thoy con bo obtained only from your Broccr. Kemember the name when you buy Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. Do not delay. ThlsolTor Is for a short time only. m again no substitute. Compound, my 'crmined. I suffered untold agony chc, pain on top of my head and oncluded to try Mrs. Pinkham's d that it was all any woman lainful monthly periods. It -- ing easy. Cures swollen and sweating feet, blisters and callotisspots, Itelicvescorinand bunions of all painandgivesrestnndcomfort. Try It Sold by nil druggists and shoo stores for 25e. Trial package FKEE. Address, Allen S. Olmsted. Le Itoy, N. Y. New Arrival How much is the fare from New lork to San Francisco? Ticket Agent One hundred dollars. "You bloomin' robber! I can travel clear across England for $20!" Puck. Take Laxative Uroino Quinine Tablet, All druggists refund money if it fails tocure. Everybody likes to tell sensational new, is good or bad. Washington (la.) Democrat. I "A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BARGAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES I I S The KnKllnliiiuui Kicked. ! 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IN If you think of remem-berthis; changing your location ind f Statesman. THE MARKETS. MVESTOCIC-Cattlccomm- Cincinnati, Aur.9. 3 : 8 3 73 Select butchers 4 10 (IS 4 10 VK& Pulr to good light. .. 6 (0 6 73 3 :a H 3 t3 Common Ml packers ami an 4 oo 3 7 5 & 3 05 shippers oiU 'holco crfnmlly. ...... a Nn. - rcil.ncw ed. 8S 3 :Ci a W 0 63 73 300 a r3 6a &. mmmmmmmmmmm JECZ(&i Page Illustrated Catalogue, describing all of the famous WINCHESTER AND o: 3IW 73 75 850 (& 8 (111 a 300 B03 GUNS All grains and same latitude other states 4 fruits that succeed . flourish there. The climate is well-nig- h perfect, the air 4 being dry and free from malaria. An abundance of pure ? water is found. It is a ereat state for stock raising & and feeding. There ts no state in the Union where g & a farmer can do so well. Thousands T of poor men have become rich in Nebraska. Farms IF can now be bought on easy terms. Prices are low. A r handsome illustrated pamphlet describing Nebraska will ,5T U j. r r i jr. uc ouiii ncc uii tippucaiion 10 r. o. mono umicrui g cuoiio, r Passenger Agent, Chicago. ndonAariH in hard-workin- Nebras- - ka's soil is rich 4 No rocks and stumps. in ... 11 I a ii SOU a '. I 73 3S0 to s w 3 73 7H WINCHESTER AMMUNITION sent free to any address. Send your name on a postal card to WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., 180 Winchester Ave., New Haven, Ct. Colorado, Utah and REACHED IN -- 2333333-9 .pqp Coast VIA v THE v, 4-- . ELEGANT SERVICE, MISSOURI PACIFIC R'Y. the name buy 78 t. . Reduced Iintos daring tuo Scnson. Sco ncarost Agent, or urito the General Passenger Agent at St. Louis, for further information. c. a. WARNER, VlOIPHfSIOINT. VV. B. DODDRIDGE, OlMl At MAMAQIII. H.'C. TOWNSCND, OlN'l. i v'j . (ft 37M 32H 4 4 (JO ST. LOUIS. PAufn Ana Tia. AaiHT, M N .us. .ernutcnt... o. 4 SS 4 4d fft w (? 5J C5 (Remember LIVE df 3J 3d 4 ST06K BaflMltBflJffilarI;lHJ Ijlln.s All (1st (Alls:. 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