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The state department filled Its dtttr by notifying all diplomatic and consular ngents of tho action taken. All tho formalities having been disposed of tho presidcntspentahalf hour chatting with those. present.and then nt 4:53, the rain still continuing In force, tho ambassador and his secretary entered their carriage and were driven to the embassy. The pen which was used a by Secretary Day in signing the protocol was given to Chief Clerk Michael, of tho state department, who had bespoken it. M. Thiebaut secured that used by tho French umbassador. Upon emerging from the white liottso Secretary Day received tho earnest congratulations of the persons present upon the conclusion of the protocol. He stated that the pcaco commissioners who are to draw up the definitive treaty would not be nppointed for several days, but declined to indicate who they would be. As tho order to military and naval commanders stato further instructions will bo bent to each general. Gen. Merrltt will bo directed to confer A REVIEW lAfiofe- - .V' - " NUMBlsif 49, '. QUIETLY ENDED. "Spaiilsli-Aiucrlca- OF WAR SHIPS. Ner ii War, Which Ilnged for Months, n Thing- of the 1'ast. An I'.fTort lJelnc Made to IIutb tine In York Ilwrbor Next fcrtturil.iy vStTS UtTsndered Afternoon. I Sf MANILA IS OURS. to Adm. Dewey After yjree llutiibitrdmeuc ot Kittmluy Last. fj.- KQTo.V, THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, STANFORD. KY. BucceMors to the Lincoln National OK Sank. The War mid Nitvjr Drpurt incut Inntruct thoComniaiidrn Hint tliti Wut Ij lit nil Knd 1'chcs tuiiiinl.'.loiiern 111 He Appointed In u Few Hay. Washington, Aug. 13. The prcsl-thdent has issued following proclaination: Uy e - the President America. of the United States of A ril60I.MA-II0N- Wlicrcas, lly a pro I 01 ol concluded and frfgn-C- d August KV 1898. by William It. Day, Becrc tary of state of the United Mates, and his excellency, Jules Canibon, umbassador extraordinary nnd plenipotentiary of tlio republic of Trance at Wusliluijton. respectively repic&cnt-Ini- r for this purpoio tho Koicrmncnt of the United Spates and tho eoternm'cnt of Spain, tho United States und Spain hao formally asreed upon the terras upon which negotiations forjtlio establishment of pence bctwtcn tho tuoountrles shall bo undertaken; and, Wheijas, It N In said protocol ugrccd that upon Its conclusion and signature hostilities botween tho two countries shall bo suspended, and thut notlco to that effect shall bo len as .noon as possible by each eminent to tho commanders of Its military and iunl forces. Now, therefore, I, William MeKlnley, president of the United States, do In accordance With the stipulations of tho protocol, declare und.proclnlm on tho part of the United States, PstHpcnslon of hostilities, und do hereby com mand that orders bo Immediately then through tho proper channels to the command- trSTof the military and naal forces of the United States to abstuln from all ucts Incon sistent with this nroclnmutlnti. ln witness whereof I hao hereunto set my (hand and caused tho scul of tho United Stntos o tjtey' woud hardly reach absolutely necessary to tho younir man or younrj woman who wnnM ih measures la ira decisive, order. success in This oelng concede it of tlhe to get your Ity had been laken4by thp training at the school that stands in thoi.very front Uy tho I'resldcnt. 12:30 o'clock the French ambassaAt rank tho 'Unandc.rs, but every pos- It Day, Secretary or Slate. William dor received a dispatch giving him full was majleA.o insure their A copy of the proclamation has been authorization to sign the protocol. cp W" cabled to our army nnd nary command The dispatch was rather long and its pf Gen. Augustin bo era Spain will cable her commauders deciphering took some. time. pcUracy is not questioned lilco instructions. An official statement for press publi. . labilities are that ofliciar Washington, Aug. 13. Tho peace cations setting out the provisions of fill bo received by the gov- protocol was signed at :i'i p.m., Fri- the peace protocol w as rend and apday or two at the latest. day,, by ,4tjio representatives of Spain proved at the cabinet session Friday. y GEiiJonj nT BROOKES'' BooTc7ceepi?iff, jf (Jen. Aujrustin from. &tutw,L ' does not give tho text of the dootj-j- j iVa,ui-- i wi, vu w. tt y tai-c- k.ii a m It r into ninuslngcora- i iHmmkM& ifrtn).buttjletails.JItsinulpolnt8 au&r ftS7X l. -' una u and tho dbcumcTiCwa wite F&?:utlful bo?fc trying ranmuuuiu irom graduates occupy!' proml" , satisfactory w 1 . rer th United I States It will bo matlod FREE.ylij handed Xo. M. Catubon first and then to tlon of the terms of the n Secretary Day who aili.xcd signatures Spain, with very little difference rtf tjle arriva w ami lre.hly lil1?ilsSoAwai in that order to each side of the tno the language of those terms, though 1 J" ffSlTVr would have bean aliero; UttUTfo" u Favorable Title to lle.FloateifJOfcfct copies. Then the last detail in making with considerable supplementary parbe now branded as a cow' and heMill of Ilry Dock at Itrooklyn.' tho protocol binding was administered agraphs of an administrative nature. ard." by Assistant Secretary Crldlcr, in The most substantial difference is in New YoitK, Aug. 10. Freshly painty Hong Kong, Aug. 10. Gen. Augustin, charge of tho chancery work who at- regard to the evacuation of captured cd and looking as trim and neat as if captain general of the Philippines, arthe seal of the United States. territory. Thenoto handed to Ambassatached alio hod only gone into commission) rived by tho Kaiserln Augusta. He Throughout the ceremony all but dor Cambon calls for immediate evacuaI the United Mates battle ship Texas rofuses to bo interviewed and will say DriinnlafM nd PharmaMif tho two signers remained standing. tion of Cuba and Porto Rico, while , awaits a favorable tide to be floated nothing more than that he is going to M. Canibon In signing for Spain the protocol leaves tho tltno of evacuout of tho dry dock at the Brooklyn Spain at the first opportunit. occupied the seat which Sccre- - ation to bo subsequently determined t The precise facts arc not known, but Nary Long, now upon, tho design being to have tho navy yard. The needed repairs to her of the V tary iiuvsv on a racatlon, usually occupied. date of withdrawal left to bo fixed by hull, tipper sides, superstructure and it Js supposed that Gen. Augustin fled machinery have been completed, un- from the Philippines. of tho '1h Tho prosident stood at the left hand joint military commission der the watchful supervision of naval Hosa Kono, Aug. 10. It was 'ru wT corner at the head of the- great cabinet, United States and Spain. Tho portion Constructor Bowles, and if anything morcd hero Monday night that Manila We carry Drus, Chemicals. Paints. Secretary Day, M. Thiebaut of the protocol supplementary to what tho table. war vessel is staunchcr and moro had surrendered, but no news Is Oils, Varnishes. Patent Medicine. Fane? 4 and M. Cambon in the' order named on is embodied In tho nolo relates prin- formidable than ever. from the Spanish consitL Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c Prescriptho left side of tlio table. The rest of cipally to the manner of execution of The authorities at the vard exneet Gov. Gen. Augustin refused to speak. tions carefully compounded at all hours. the parly were standing in other por- tho provisions of the protocol. No Give us a call for poods usually kept in a The protocol provides for two com the other vesbels of tho squadron to The German consul was called upon creroom. of the tions first-clas- s produced drugstore. during missions, first, tho peace commission, arrive by the end of the week, and tho and he informed the correspondent were dentials cruiser Brooklyn will probably bo the that the outskirts of Manila were bonv the meeting at the white house which will meet in Paris, and second, Jlrst to reach the yard. Tho now barded by the Americans and that thu tho president accepting Secretary tlio military commission, which will tvLWSIt'iLJllSttiCilZlJ 'tfR JTTPR7?pifyfr will bo rendy to receive oncof city surrendered. No damage waj Day's assurance that this had been set- moot in Havana probably within 15 the vessels within two weeks, as the dono to the city proper, only the oul tled to his satisfaction sit the state de days. The military commission will bo workmen who are removing thofcoflir-daskirts being bombarded. Tho date ol partment. It was 4:23 o clock when created Immediately on the signing of In front of tho big dock arc now the bombardment was unknown to tho tlio flnnl signatures were attached to J the protocol. Its duties will bo of cutting away tho last row of high German consul, who refused to say tho protocol nnd with the knowledge great importance, It will settle the wooden piles which obstruct the en- more. of all the officials present. Tills was tho details of the evacuation of the Span- trance. Gen. Augustin told a lady that Adm. first time that a protocol or treaty had ish armies from the West Indies and been signed at the white house. As this will decide all questions relative to DEATH OF MAJ. F. W. REID. Dewey demanded the surrender of Ma nila in an hour. Tho Spaniards deceremony concluded, Acting Secretary the removal of submarine mines, tho Allen, of the navy, Secretary Alger immediate relinquishment to tho Ills Corpio round n m, noin In v... clined to surrender and Djwey began the bombardment and the Spaniards and Adjt. Gen. Corbln appeared, hav- United States of the great fortresses at York Hotel Arter News of hoisted a white flag. Gen. Augustin tho Fuliit Illness of His Mother. ing been summoned to the white house Havana, San Juan and other polnt3 Immediately jumped into a German by tho president, and they wero' ad- and the transfer of possession of Ma New YoitK, Aug. 10. Maj. F. W. Held, launch which was in waiting and went mitted into tho cabinet room just In nila City itself. Capital Stock $200,000. Surplus of Savannah, Ga.. was found dead in to the ICaiscrin Augustin, which sailed ?23,100. season to wjtness one of tho most Imhis room at the Marlborough hotel before the bombardment was con pressive features of the ceremony when FIVE YOUTHFUL BANDITS. -Monday. Monday morning he received cluded. The bombardment occurred tho president requested' the hand of the ambassador and through him re- The Keadins of Yrllour It idled I.ltrrHture a telegram from Savunnah signed "M. on the 13th. J, W. Hayden, K- - L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. RefJ Hold," which read: "Mo. erlticallv in LmiIi Iloy to llulil L'i tlm Iiur- turned thanks to tho sister republic of 1 T. P. HH1, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, & T. Harris, ltlll AVvakeiilue? come aj. once. llngton t Iyer at St. Joe. France for tho excrciso of her good Loxnox, Aug. 10. The J. S. Hoclcer and M. J. Miller. Late Monday afternoon when anothoftl:cs in bringing about peace. He Journal de St. Petersburg in MonJosM-'ir- , Mo., Aug. 13. The train er telegram was delivered thj- hotel St. also thanked tho ambassador person We solicit the accounts of the citizens ol Rockcastle and adjoining at the tono day's issue deprecates ally for the important part he has robbers who held up the .IJurlington for Maj. Reld, being unable to arouse of the llritlsh press and says: "Ilttssla counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all businest 'flyer" two miles north of this city him, the door of his room nas broken does played In this matter and the latter renot contemplate further acquisi- Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a vie plied In suitable terms. As a further Wednesday night are under arrest and and he was found on tho lloor dead. tions in the far east. Her only object to business relations, respectfully invited. mark of his disposition, President Me a weeping, crestfallen gang of bandits Death was. duo to cerebral apoplexy. is to preserve the advantages recently y, & HOCKER, Prcs, JNO. J. McROBERTS, CaahicA Klnloy calltd for tho proclamation they are. The leader, James Hatha- Tho second telegram announced tho gained. The Russian government does way, aged 1", is a Western Uuion mes- death of Mrs. Held. which he had caused to be 'drawn up not desiro to injure the economic insuspending hostilities and signed it senger boy. His pals in high crime terests of great llrjtain any more Thirty-Tw- o Uroirnrtl. In tho presence of M. Canibon who are: Charley cooit, Atony uiierourn, thun those of uny other power." Knoxmi.i.k, Tenn., Aug. 1 William Hathaway, brother of James, Addl- expressed his appreciation of the actlonal details relative to the tornblo and Herbert Doniphan, ranging in Mali bervlcn to He ItrumiMl. tion. "JO years. All aro 'sons ciouuuursi- in Hawkins cou ty last Wasiiixgtox, Aug. 1(5. The inail Without- - delay Acting Secretary Al- age from 10 to Friday morning wero received in this service between tho United States and len hastened to the telephone and di- of respectable, people. These intrepid road agents received tho inspiration city Monday night. It was pruviuubly Spain will be resumed promptly so far rected that cablo messages be immediexreported that 20 lives were list in tlio us this country is concerned. The two ately sent to all the naval commanders, which enabled them to hold up an press train, terrgrize. the trainmen, l'ood, but it is now ostlmatedltliat per- countries being practically at peace Diwcy in the Philippines, Sampson at Guantanamo', and the various com- overpower the express messenger and haps Si parsons became victims of this tho ollieiajs hero see no reason why Evcrytliing iu I mall passing botween thorn should be mandants ut navy yards and stations roll hU strong box out of the car door downpour from the skies. Into a wagon, from persistent reading opened und censored a-- during the to cease hostilities immediately. l'lintriil u 31m. ltumero. romance. of yellow-back- ed Jh.xico Citv, Aug. 10. Xht body of war, and hereafter thebo restric-tlonThere is n dispatch boat at Hong Kong, and it is believed that It can The Uritlsh frjigno'ffi&o Wednesday Mrs. Iloraero, wife of thd Mexican will be removed. j I'i'rtj-Tw- o reach Gen. Merrltt in 43 hours at top evening formally announced tho ap- mlfster at Washington, Which Urve l'oiincl. speed. On the part of the army, while pointment of Ceorgo N. Curzon, until br'on lit hero by her distinguished hits- O., Aug. 10. While working secretary Alger availed of the tele- now the parliamentary secretary of tjand, lias been burled and tho funcrnl I on a. new pike south of lltlU workmen V graph, Adjt. Gen. Corbln braved the the foreign olllce, as viceroy of In- ,was attended by people of the liighest discovered 42 graves containing skek l ' storm und rushed across to the war dia, in succession to the carl of EU official circles. Tho minlstir will soon tons of Indians, '.. lleuds. hatchets and return to Washington. other relics were als.o found. department, where he Immediately Is tfln: -- Dono nt the City of Washington, this day of August, In tho jear of our Lord thousand, eight hundred ami ninety-eighot'the Independence of tlio United htntes, ono hundred and twent third. t, tobo affixed. 12th one and the Washington. Aug. 10. 'Adm. Sampson, with the four big battle ships and two armored cruisers of his fleet. Is now on his way north, having sailed at 10 o'clock Sunday morning from Santiago.. Adm. Schley, on the llrooklyn, tho fleet. The naval accompanied orders made public Monday give tho llrooklyn as starting on the lltli from Pluya to the south const of Cuba. This, however, was prior td the ordcr3 Issued on the suspension of hostilities, when tho Brooklyn was Included with other ships ordered north. The naval authorities expect the fleet at the latter part of the week. The navy department js considering the project of a naval review in New York harbor on next Saturday, when the battle ships and cruisers under Adm. Sampson arrive there. Efforts have been made to induce the department to have a reriow- of tho ships and a land review of tho Ip is probablo sailors. that the final decision wil be to have tho war vessels to go up the river to Grant's with the Spanish commandant at Ma- tomb at Riverside and thcro flro a nila to carry out the terms of the pro- salute, the trip up to the tomb affordtocol, and to occupy Manila imme- ing tho public n. Sufficient opportunity diately. Gen. Miles will put himself to view the ships, without tiring the in communication with the chief sailors by a land procession. authority in Porto Uico for tho ' purpose of having Spanish forces turn over fean Juan and other points to hlin preparatory to evacuation. Owing to conditions in Cuba the orders to Geu Shnftor to be sent hereafter will bo much (llircrcut than those to other The navy department is also preparing orders to all commanders on lines similar to the war department Thorap-klnsvil- le gun-oral- Aug. 10. The depart- ato has iust Issued the fol- - lowln-rtjC- N at ,nlftcpa'rtmcnt of state at 11:15 p. 10 from Consul Wildman, "' HonggJags Tli2MlowIn'r dispatch was received By provision of its charter, depositors are as fully protected as an depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually saJ's Dowey bvnbardcd liable to the extent of the amount of stock J,ngS Saturday. City surrendered thereof in addition to the amount invested therein at the par valut in such shares: It may bc unS9ffanally. Autrustln waslaken as Executor, Administrator, frusta or Receiver, as an individual hy VJfiP."?8 in a launch to the ftfalserln Aiigrgtand brought to Hort Kong. I crelkyeport" TWroformation contained In Consul WHwS's brief message aroused but created no surprise or three days news of the fall of'DChnila hns Vinnn nvnontn1 Tim hisllspatches received from Adm. DcT3taDd Gen. Merrltt indlo.-itntbat n. sur-it waTt-ici- r mirnoso to for .AJ V ftli Of tho citv as Rnnn ns nnUt1n. Tfefhellcved thut they joined In a licrGpn. Augustlrt demanding tho Bdur of Manila, threatening to ' combined sea and land attack fcMe cyty unless the demand was to. While no further infor- Plan that received in Consul W.s dispatch has bonn rppoivurl fftthrilnistration, it is in a mens- Wlnrned,by a brief dispatch Mon- ftt3r. rom . . . . iuaunu. ns .the protocol was sirmed lay afternoon dispatches were HtgRth Adm.. Dewey and Gen. Mi Hong Jong. On Saturday n snip Australian tett'iiong d -- Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Stanford. Kentucky, December 31, 1896. RESOURCES: amJsUiofe officials who received it. Other Stocks and Bond Overdrafts.'..... Hue from Banks..... Bouae and Fixtures Notes and Bills......... LIABILITIES: KW.0I5 4 20-- 21 1,095.82 ' 41 L'at , 8,239.20 6,400 00 23 59XC0 1337,015,00 Capital Stock Surplus Fund...., Individual Deposits Duo to Banks fc00.00O. I9,43aI ts3is&iOJ 12,01141 I337.&U.M DIRECTORS: J. J. Williams, Mfc Vernon. J. S. Owsley, Stanford. J. B. Owsley, Stanford. William Gooch, Stariford. 6. H. Shanka, Stanford. S. J. Embrv. Stanford. J. F. Cash, Stanford. A. W. Carpenter, Stanford. v J. J. E. Lynn, Stanford. N. Mcncfee, Stanford. W. II. Cummins, Lincoln County. S. H. SHANKS, President. J, B. OWSLEY, Cashlei. W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, an4 they will receive prompt attention, J.B.OWSLEY, Cashiert-- s. FlpyernraenlIuSwas fl BUSINESS EDUCATION Bryant & Stratton Business College, LOUISVILLE, KY., Shorthand, Telegraphy. ex- - V' WII.I.IAM MCKl.M.EY. f VI 'JiffwrTl11 irmmmrm i '"' t'3 t o'r A-ff- 5 I ... 1. m W ' . 1.) iTVZ ' JLA - MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt Vernon, Ky. fi dry-doc- t SJ m i ; Itvct-lvln- First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. w. fl Vttj At DIRECTORS- j I i ?i h 4 semi-ofllci- :n ri 31 - Ml ft Ml i :' ? - GO TO JONAS McKENZIE For , a-- (a 'i. Dru eooas. Gioiiiina. Boots ana snoei GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at - living Price A- w mmh '7 mmz fi r i..jrf 4'ti f vjminwi wwnitpujjww' ' ' I. ""fww?,"siSBf253SR! Mt." Vernon Signal Fhiday. A Up. 19, I89S Mrs. A. Ni Roller and "Sister, son who is a volunt e3 lyih the U. Miss Cordie; were in Corbin last army. week. . Mrs. A.T. Fish'i SXj!cry low. Coota-ha"Miss Lida s' reuinied1 .Mrs. J. L. BrooklllSiss Anne home after a, visit'oMrs. Chas (Stewart and Miss '..Tilionias werr Parks at Paiksville,-Ky- . V here Monday. !&. . I SPECIAL CAR! Local freights will IW III1IMI 11IMI fcMMIIIIIWWIIMIUtllMMIWill y irnKATVFKS TTVT " , Carry extra passengers between Brodhead and Livingston during Brodhead Fair, Aug. 17, 18, and 19, 189S, A. M. Nos. 27 and 28 Coach and handle General Merchandise 4 Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at fair AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. prices.-AS- Published every Friday by JAMES MARET. SUBSCRIPTION ONB YKAK S'00 0;, Advertising rales made known application Dr. J. D. Pettus, of Crab Orchard and Jas. F. Cummins, of Stanford, were here last week. Mr. Cummins bought the stock of drugs of L. A. Pet,tts, to which he will and a larger stock, and says Livingston shall have a drugstore second to none in the Mountains. Mr. Pettus will have charge until Ihe first of the year when Mr. Cum mins will move up with us. drst-clas- " O.05 Leave Livingston Miss Sailie Taylor'amJfMiss 6.32 Pine Hill Barton, of Ford, KVj.jiffe visiting Mt. Vernon 7.00 relatives at this placjtlus week. Maretbuig 7,35 The war is nil overlffi'l we will Arrive at Brodhead turn back to the placSKvliere we KKTUliNINO first started. 3.45 Leave Brodhead Maiethurg 1 iic voice oj me 4,00 mauircsuing chine is heard in the lamlfand fann Mt. Vernon 4,45 0.OS ers are rejoicing Pine Hill abund' ance of the yield of wheKf Arrive at Livingston 640 7-- v? " " " orn5 Old Main and Church MT. VERNON, KY. Sts P- - M. ' over'. " " Brodhead Marble" Works W. H. COLLYKR, PROPRIETOR. MANUPACTUKKR AND DKAV.l'K IN Mrs. Joe Poynter, of Corbiu, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Sue Mul-lins. roll CONORT3SS llcfc! G. O. GILBERT, i 01' SIIEI.HY. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Boreing have returned, from a visit to Win. Fields of Lincoln. Miss May me Cordeu has re Hon. Gijo. G. Gii.hskt, of turned to her home in New Haven Shelbville, Ky., the Democratic aftet a visit to her sister, Mrs. B. ji'dhiinee' for Congress in this dis- N. Roller, trict, waV'ininglingand mixing with the citizens of our county for several dayj last week Although Mr. Gilbert has not formally opened his campaign yet, he made a speech at Livingston on Thursday, addressed the Rockca&tle county, .teachers on Friday and on Saturday spoke at Adams' Grove picnic and spent the evening at Broadhead. The great and favorite sou of Shelby proved himself a superb mixer as well as a splendid speaker. Mr. Gilbert started out in life on the farm, where he was born. Many a day has he turned the turf, dropped, thinned, plowed, cut and gathered corn, bound oats and cradled wheat, having worked all day he would study till late at night preparing himself for public school teaching, which he afterwards did so acceptably to both Nature blessed patron and pupil. him with a great intellect and gave him a mind especially fitted for the study and practice of law, which he then took up and was soon admitted to the bar, where he has gradually pushed his way to the front. As a lawyer he is recognized among the ablest in Kentucky. As a legislator he won laurels for himself in the State Senate. He is Mrs. Dr. Pope and daughter, .Miss Bessie, have returned to their home, Leland, Miss, after a months stay at Satnbrook Hotel. Mrs. Geo. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Arceubrierht and Mrs. Hord Mahafieydeft for Lexington Sat urday to see the soldier boys and visit relatives. Mrs. B. N. Roller entertained last Friday eve in honor of her sister, Miss Mayme Cordon. An enjoyable time was had; and at the proper time .refreshments were served and it. was with much reluctance that guests topk their departure. Those present Were: Misses Nellie and Mary Orndorf, Lena Bentley. Ella May Saunders, Vergaline Ballard, Florence and Jesse Bowman, of Hopkinsville; Maytuc Cordeu and Bessie Pqpe, of Leland, Miss.; and Messsrs. Bud Cockerell. J. Pays for the A. Mayfield, J. A. Hoover, Warren Williams, R. A. Sparks and W. W. Twice-a-Wee- k Saunders. Leon Stacknole, of Paris, . the guest of his bi C. Brown last week. other-in-law- sale at nil sta- Tickets 1 nc laoci on your pafitr gives tions at one fare for thc Round the date to which yoiiSmvc paid. Trip, good on all trains. Laok at it now. A. IS. Al.HRMHT, SlSCY. Rockcastle Co. Fair Atso'cn. About one month ngoyuy ch ild whictf is fifteen uiontlnyjpld, had Everything can't be done in a aiiiattack of diarrhoea accompanied day. Don't grumble because the by vomiting. I gave it such' reme- road in front of your house has dies Js are usually .givenfin such not been worked as much as at cases, but as nothing gave relief, some other point. You will be we sent for a physician auuSit was reached in time. Lend your influunder his care for a wcek.At this ence towards building up not to time the child had been sicki for a ear down. It is said talk is cheap about ten days and whsfkaving but it often proves costly when its about twenty-fiv- e operations, of the not used in the wrong direction. bowels every twelve hoursjfand we weie convinced that unlearnt soon FOR obtained relic" it wouldJfnot live THE BEST REMEDY FLUX. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy uaslJMccom-mendeMr John .Mathias, a and I decided tcratry it. stock dealer of Pulaski, Ky,, says: I soon notieed a change forthe bet. "After suffering over a week with ter; by its continued use, ppm-plet- e flux, and my physicians having cuie was brought abomfand foiled '.0 relieve me, I was advised it is now perfectly healthy L, to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Boggs. Stutuotowu. Gilmei rUC and Diarrhoea Remedy, and 'have W, Va. For sale by M. QSHft D the pleasure in stating that the half N. Williams. of one bottle cured me." For sale iV by M. C. and D. N. Williams. will be on d, well-know- --m " Monnurnents and Tomb Sones, Mt. Vernon Collegiate-Institute, IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. 4. 4'f all Session Opened September Academic, Intermediate, and 6, 189(8. Special Normal L. M. Primary, Departments. SCROGGS. Principal Worlc for Teachers n Sir Livingston JL KJ VV A-- When Your Horse Is Shod By THO'S TAYLOR Blacksmith., You may depend upon it that" it has been done in a scientific uian-ue- r and the shoes will stav on unJCSTCASH. til worn out. , was R. Courier Joun$l ONE WHOLE FAIR 1 J.T. week. Terry is in "Liu coin this In the most desirable Part of Town nea; new Depot call and see them. Wmi FIELDS &h B8 for business and DewelingS Houtsesi, La! JLvWtO 06 six or ES? mar W ' tf r- ft - V W. . en p. ir ' .A . thoroughly acquainted with national Mrs. Laura Justice, of Lebanon legislation and knows the want,s Junction, is visiting friends and. and needs of the.pe.Qple. ,T4iisJ& relatives here. BcrnciaUDenod with, crave aim cm 'rnentubut'res'tiolis confronting us J. S, Calloway was down from London, Sunday. on every side, demanding a leader inMr. and Mrs. W. R. Dillion and of trenchant wisdom; of superb tellect; a splendid courage; of un- Miss Linda and John, Mrs. M. M. questionable integrity; of strong Curd and Mrs. Jos. Coffey and Joe. political opinions with sufficient Linn, were in Lexington the first eloquence to impress them upon the of the week to bid farewell to the mind of the people and to crystalize soldier boys before their departure them into good and wholesome and to be present at the presenta'hws for the benefit of the toiling tion of the flag which was dene laboiiug masses of the county. Such Tuesday. a man is the Hon. G. G. Gilbert. Avery enioyable time was had Sunday eve by a trip to the notoHostilities between this coun- rious Lettered Rock. The crowd try and Spain have been declared was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs, .suspended, and peace, like a whito B. N Roller and Mrs. C. A. Mooie. dove, is now hovering over the All speak with much praise of Mr. West Indies and the Phillipine Islands. Cuba is freed from Span and Mrs. Phil. Allen of Louisville, is spending the .summer here, ish tyranny and is now as free as who the wind. Spain is convinced that for the way they entertained them; giapes, tlTe diabolical crime of blowing up and their treats of apples, were destruction of peaches and watermelons the Maine, and the amply mnch enjoyed. Mr. Allen has a 266 brave men have been nice jVace near the rock, and enjoy avenged by destruction of two captur-ingo- f seeing a crowd come up. the sinking and thirty-fiv- e of her warships, Miss Bert Mullins is visiting her and 'the loss of several thousand of aunt Mrs. IS. J. Brown, in Stanford her men. While the wrong done We ore glad to know that Juo A. us has been quickly redressed at a Mullins hns received his appointstupenduous. cost, yet it will teach ment as guard at the Frankfort other nations what character of penitentiary. Success to John. keuce-.fortpeople we are, and they will forever and eternally "keep WILDIE. off the grass." , Span-istffleet- eight page papers .,sdnt Postpaid by mail. Almofitrjn AE&ily The Twice-a-week RqlaSPn Nws.' al itefcdd'Olel Frith' 1 'of War F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Located at the Depots ffivr. Or9 EN FRONT Courier-Journ- has the finest war news service, Livery. Attached Good of anyaper in the South or West? Meet all Trains, Bay and Night. It is a reliable, accurate, iticoin Traveling Men and Railroad parable. All other issues havet men Solicited. Will fur been subordinated to this one great1 nish lunches on all Trains. feature. Subscribe at once and keep thoroughy posted. The offer. may be withdrawn in a short The low price, Brodhead, Ky D niPs. li oDrug Store n-rncerie- 0;TOBACCO AND ' 2jr - TVTerli nines: 38: ix. JTCTJ JSi'V CIGARS 5 1 Subscribe 50c A YEAR, for the purpose of placing a great newspaper twice a week, within) the reach of the masses. A good' Ml1 commission to agents. Sample w copies free. Write to vimjWKrnt?rni!iHsTTO Cheapest! for the Cheap, U Cheaper, C. C- DAVIS &, CO. SIGNAL $1.00 year m Skin. Diseases. For tho npecdy .mil permanent enra o( tetter, salt rheum end eczema, Chamberlain's Eyo ami Skin Ointment h without nn eqnnl. It relieves tho itching and fiiuiirtinff almost instantly and its continued use effects a permanent euro. I also cures itch, burner's itch, Ecnlil head, soro nipples, itching piled, chapped hands, chronic soro eyes and granulated lids. Dr. Cadi's Worses aro tho best tonic, blood purifier (rad vermifuge. Prico, 25 cents. Soldby Bffi&S&sr mr A rrillou nf runE LINSEED OIL COURIER-JOURNA- L Louisville, CO., Ky. wiju n Kitiiuii ut ml4 FOIl MT. VERNON SIGNAL, and the t Twice-a-WeekJCouii- er M mM off all ths pain Jukbmah, nnkoj WEST 2 jVJlHE-TEHTH-S, 3, s, Journal Bothjone Year for Only. M endsicknessfrom which women suffer to caused uy weaKnes3 or fa u5f?3 Condition Powders for derangement In This is for cash subscriptions: only. All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent thro ugh the Signal office h, I have moved k Nearly always) mwtia when a woman Is not well those organs are affected. But when they are strong rnd healthy a woman la very seldom sick. Vo the organs of menstruation. mw cm V.& t)?Mtfl I'AINf In ti.0 tor fi 10 or Billons of tho Vcnv WOULD W. A. (JAKSON w M ElWti't Painter And Paper Hatlger, Mt. Vernon of your paint bill. Is tab jtonE oimiBLB tlun Tuta White Lkad rend Is Adholutbly not rouoHoun. HAirsiAnriiNT htaidoot tUo Iltsr or 1'aivt m ull cood painter uo, nad I: (.'round Tsice, vkiit Tmci!. No troublo to mix, cny loy ca-- i do It. It in ho Couuom Srastf oj Uovse Paist. No DiTTzn palnt'caa to mads of amy coat, end la &iwm CXjjCh KM &?. SM '' ti 9 WE have made it so terrible hot forSpa.n that she has exclaimed, The war was ?"hold, enough !" expensive, costshort and painfully ing about two millions of dollurs a ' day. With longing eyes and sad hearts do we look fcr Buck Vamou. my Millinery nismwv and Brodhead, & ot hi Cbacs, SusTnn, Pezi, or Onip. i'.,ll.MMAn PAINT CO., St. toulo, Mo Kentucky. LIVINGSTON , The people of Wildie are considerably scared since the Board of Health has granted passes to some individuals out of the small pox district to come to Wild!e unmolested. Mrs. Dr. Bernaugh, of Stanford, Mrs. Cuptain Clark of Kingston, Miss Richardson and Miss Gilliou, of Berca; are visiting at J. F. Bur- store to my residence adjoining :i 1 J. W. Carnaham, of Loudon was here this week soliciting students for the Sue Bennett Memorial School at that p'ace, of which he is one of the faculty. Mrs. C. AwMporc ha returned from a visit to her parent j in Ohio. Presbyterian Church on West Main st. Where I will be glad to sec my old friends. Will sell everything at VRANKLIN. Is nature's provision for the regulation of the menstrual function. It cures all " female troubles." It is equally effective for the girl In her teens, the young wlfa with domestic and maternal cares, and 'he woman approaching the period known as the " Change of Life." They all need it. They aro all benefitted by it. For advleo In eases requiring" sueelaJ directions, address, elvlntj rymptoms, thu "Ladlea' Advisory Department, Tio Chattanooga Medlclno Co., Chattt-ncoc- a, Tcr.n. TIIOS.J.CnOPEIt, Tupelo, Ml.,says: ''My tlttor suftaroU from very Irregular nni painful menstruation end doctor r.oildnct rcllava hur. V.'lno ol Cardul cnBroly cured hor r,nd elto helpe'l ray inoVtor t.ucush the Chwgs ot Life." Will be pleased to give estimates Bold and cuvrantoed by on work. Satisfaction guaranteed. M. C. & D. N. yilliams. Mt, Vernon, Ky. lf?T.i!2,l!lMHC. ?i.nrtr-- v --TOC t EVERYBODY LOOK. KutaU 1ST! (1 ner's. - Jack Scott will .start Sunday to cost for 20 (iaySi Chicamauga, Wednesday to see; his j.jks, S. C. -- ri 91 - w ih. ?: i . .. I am selling the S'l'Ker Sewing Machine ou easy terms and keep all kinds of bewiug machine needles oil bands, shnttles, and everything HS23 ' RUDY'S that belongs to a sewing machine. ) PILE Will send needlcsby mall to any N ml fWQTiniTtrtK i n pimniniecti io- cure , i. recent I also.cloan and repair all kinds fiiAanl),ut?thercivetof lusunt or Ioiijj tiiiitinif.ura niiwey refunJK It rcIKf,n.l tirn raul itiii itiviii lui, u Buiivikl t')riaii'i (Ciuiic of niaclimes. You can bee me here Tot m1 ni fix Miimle. Only 9 its. a Saturday. every W. M. Owens (Ll.S'K u I'KW Kl tll fiiiJi, KtKtHaiaacisi, wicasier.R Mt Vernon Ky lt!w.nm,'fwrT : ad-les- s. v... .11.... .i.i- . ru-ti- ti V I'JF ( UK jcr V z V ' . ' ttr ii .,,,., . pi I,,, , . 'naunnEKiacfS3EnJt3oiB 'Mt Vernon Signal. i 9, Are you paying for reading. w"hdt yon are' i Mt. Vernon, Ky., Aug. tiuurcdat tlio tic. Vr-u..- M. C. Miller and wife have 1898 ai re . Ky., I'oat-oOi- c turned to their home in Austin Texas. R. L. Joues, of this place, has seemed a position in a Louisville packing house. mall matter Dr M Pennington's losses in the fire was about Sioo for the young doctor. Louisville -t. & 0'ite a loss l The Williams drugstore $ in tlic brick room tinder the law office of G. C, Williams on Church street We call the attention of the road The Brodhead Fair bogan commissioners- - to the 'deplorable Wednesdjy. being the first It condition of the state road from da, as is usual at such exhibitions Mount Vernon to Adams Grove. the crowd whs not large, though more were in attendance than 011 Dr M Pennington's ofiice.will be at Williams' drugstore opposite the. same date of last year's fair. A Court-hous- e on Church street until good program was lully enjoyed by Floral Hall was he c"au fit up a suitable office else- thoe present. Brodhead 'Fair.' COURT CALENDAR. CoUNTy Court. Fourth Monday in each mouth. ty, near Joplin hotel Quarterly Court. Fii st MonNo. t baled hay lor sale at 50Cts. day in January, April, July and TjhVpost office is temporarily the Lizzie Sowder proper- Circuit Cuuft. Second Monor sell a day in February, Fourth Monday Rockcastle farm, timber land, town in May and Thud Monday in Sep- lots, business houses or dwellings? temb'er. Mt. Vernon Pouch Court. Address, Signal, Mt. Vernon, Ky month. f Third Monday Do you want to buy h b A. H, Basttn Crab Orchard.- - October. 1W The practice of Dr, Joe Lawrence moved into the Sparks property is increasing daily. . He is already L & N. LOG AX TIME CARD. near the Miller House. recognized as a very able physician W. A. is. Davis snowed us a and gives every promise of a great Day Mail North 11:37 a ni big tomato from his garden weigli Day Mail South . 2.22 p m sueeesj,. ing two and a quarter pounds. tf ight Ex. N"'rth 1:32 am Tom Baker, the man that killed ji Night Ex. South The old Miller bell that raugover W Al White In Clay county was 1:48 am the Mt. Vernon Hotel 6o years ago, tried and sentenced in the Barbour-vill- e J. A. Landrum, Agent. was bent and broken in the big Ciicuit Court to the Peniblaze. tentiary for life churches. A district Republidan convenU. S. Surgeon, G. B. .Lawrence Christian Holds services 1st &3rl Sunday tion will be held at Danville, Aug. is home from Chick amauga on a and atC:S0j. in. ntltn.m. 30, to nominate a candidate for lurlough on account of having jhad ! Naihviilc R. n. Co. J. j. Williams and family have where. ,'Pfciiuytcriaii-81- 1 Holds services on tue-lt- inlay ItaiVtlbt Church Services on the Second and Snuday. HnUinluy night Suuday School ut 0 a m every Sunday. Prayer meeting oil Tuesday nights. Itev. J 0 Cap inlral. liahtur. V.Tins olhce has just finished a A Bargain. Farm of 130 acres nice line of job work for A. M. t and east of Brodhead. House- of 8 Tkuu'iionu Ratks. From Mt. Latubeit. of the Depot Grocery rooms good barn and outbuildings Mr. Lam Vernon to Brodhead, io cts.; to Co., at Crab Oichard. i3B JfcSOffice at residence (Rice1, Under up a nice tarde audi Crab Orehard, 20 cts.; to Rowland bert is building 500 bearing irtut trees. property) opposite the Southeast fence and well watered. Address ueserves me success ue :s sure MASONIC. ;M and Standford 25 els. tf corner ot Court yard. 1 make in his business venture. Iessii; Roberts, IAsliland Lodge No. G10 meets 2rd Mon- Mr.j..A. E. Hackley, accompanKYl lal'. MT. VERNON. duy 10 A in. Brodhead, Ky. now ii":;)Jas Howard was given a life 45- Phe telephone S3'Stem-iied by- he)1, .daughter, Miss Mary eutence at London at a special and son, 'Cqm, is visiting the editor, good working order to Lancaster; Hay. No. 1 Timothy baled hay for C. C. WILLIAMS, ,,M. Liberty?; iterm of Circuit Court, this week, Danville, .Houstonville, ' the How- - sale. Orders filledpromptly by A, OTHERWISE. Mrs. Hackley's brother. LOCAL Aotrney- Orchard! &" killi"S Geo Baker Through thekindness of Hon. Kiugsvilie, Stanford, Crab H 'Bafton, Crab Orchad. Write ltuu iU v'iay ' Mt. Uernon, points in Boyje? G. G. Gilbert vc have received Brodhead and other for prices. tf ' Casey, Lincoln and Garraid. Re . ; CARD OF THANKS. We can when we .will. tickets to the Shelbyville fair which KSUUlnce on 2nd lloor ot new member it co.su nothing if message1 if We take this means to return nesc amis mean you, ij yon brick ou Church street. Special ii; N. Roller was here Monday. takes place Aug. don't reach the parly to whom it is' bur heart-fel- t 'aaaaaai attention given to collections. thanks to one and all ozoc on subscription. The manufacturer or the Mer- sent. Call and see its working. Way your dues to Signal, , Uvlio so bravely and nobly rendered chant who doasmot advertise, .may We are now located since the fire, assistance Fish's store for groceries. recovering our in G. W. McCLURE, A interWli Mrs Jeff Pennington is improv linger at the old stand, but ,he will in White 6c Krueger's brick store goods from fire, and hope to be For Sale est in the Aunt Polly Hiatt farm. nevtr outgrow original accommo- room near the Christian church able to show our great apprecia- Apply at this office. ing dations. where we are prepared to wait upon tion for the unselfish work done in Mt. Vernon, Ky. v" H II Baker will move to town J. C. Hayes bought six head of our friends and customers with a oW behalf. Respectfully, All business entrusted to my care soon. When a man tells you he likes hogs iu full stock ot drugs, etc. Would be ? M. C. & D. N. Wimjams. cattle and twenty-sevewill receive prompt attention. to work, you may not say so to his neighborhood, paying pleased to have all our old as well Dr. Southward was., in town Freedom face but you think it all the same. Office on Second floor of new.Drick Wednesday. $3. 10 lor cattle and $3 to 3.25 for as new patrons to, call upon us on Church street. M, C. &. D. N. Williams. . Has the .sidewalk order been hogs. Attention Gentlemen. k l complied with ? Saui'l Deuham, the gentlemanly. Miss Rose Klein and brother, Tailor made othes. at "hand me R. 'G. WILLIAMS, and Children. Miss Sallic Adams returned to Will Klein came over to view the drug clerk, was ihe first iu down" prices suits to order lrom at-JLaijyKijjjT'You Have Always Bought ruins on last Monday. Miss Edithi inr and movimr into uewiiuartefff o o i Garrard, Monday." iv&'-$8.50 up pantaloons $2,50 up fit Fairchild, who has been visiting UAtl-- IUV. lll.. .4k U.UIWU lUk illUVft MT. VERNON. KY. Bears tho aud satislactiou guaranted ask to The road working is on in full them returned to her home iu Berea of M, C. ix.. D. N. Williams aud Signature, of A. E. Albright see samples. blast. Hurrah, boys had a large portion ot it on the last week Brodhead Ky. D. R. Totteu is running a butch' shelves bclore the smoke had cleard Dr. Monroe Pennington returned away. His employers are highly er shop at Brodhead. Wednesday from., an extended visit For Sale Or Exchange. Farm gratified over his untiring aud un CLIMAX. Hon Sam Ward spent Wednes- through Clay and Leslie. His of 30 acres, 3 room house, 4 miles selfish work in their interests. day night in Mt. Vernon. many Jrieuds are glad to se; him. East of Brohhead. Good orchard, PRACTICAL Our school is now in full attend- - 2 The G. A, R. meeting at Cincin' EMBALMER Henley Bastin looked after the He is rising rapidly in his professprings, good water. 20 acres 111 sion. nati, beginning Sept. 5, piotuises ance. telephone office at the fair. cultivation. Under good fence, STANFORD, KY. biggest and best ever to be Marshall McClure has done good r Last Notice. After this issue held. the Queen City never does TJjie smallpox scare is over and in good condition. Good ground. Stock Complete. Telegraph 0rd The business is going on as nothing Also the S. A. Coyle full stilling ers a Specialtv ot the Siguul we will cut off lroiu work this year en the streets anything by halves. The program had happened. j outfit. Boiler and all. Will sell place for collection, Ballard and Wix Dillion our list, and of exercises, marches, excursions, '" all names o: suosenbers who owe wife visited the or exchange for larger farm or 2J.;Cress DR. A. G. LOVELL, were in Crab Orchard last Sunday. etc, aie full and conrplete and a famUVofjT and house and lot in town. lor one year or more, it not settled Sunday. J Stephens. general good time is promiscu all Wlrsltlliram Fish was visiting at once. Physician and Surgeon, Mrs. Martha Jones. Revf'Louis Rowlett preached an who attend. Reduced rales on all fnendlin town the first of the week 46-- 4 1. Y MT V RIM ON, Harris White, member ot 2nd roads aud at hotels and boarding interesting sermon at the Odice North slue Alain street came home Ky. Regiment band was home on .iff ieut. L. W. Dillion house Sunday. houses. 'Sunday to visit friends and rela-&- lurlough last week. Owing to exThe Rev. W. B.' Ccstley, of Mrs, T. J. Cress has a flourishing Besides his other er.terpiise&, A. tives. citement over the big fire we failed Stockbridge, Ga., while attending Sunday school at fcer school house. s 'Willie Hy&inger has bought to mention it and several other II. Bastin is running a to his pastoral duties at El.enwood, Melvin Garrett says his back and hotel at Crab Orchard near the dequite a number of splendid calves items 111 last issue. that state, was attacked by cholera HUGH MILLER, pot and iu addition to the transient cheeks are sore from blows received morbus. this week. He says: "By chance I Mrs. Newland, railroad agent at trade he has quite a number of from a good matron ot the Climax R. A. Sparks was here Wednes- Crib Orchard, has the prettiest boarders who come from a distance vicinity for destroying her pitcher happened to get hold ot a bottle of HEADQUARTERS FOR. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aud day, and his brother, W, J.', on park on the K, D. It is filled with to get the advantage of the noted of water. COMMERCIAL MEN. Diarrhoea Remedy, aud I think it Tuesday. choice and beautiful flowers in great waters of that locality. The best Babe Anglin and Sydna Simms was the means of saving my life. JCerForter 1 at all trains. The citizens who contribute .to variety and abundance. She is water is but a stones' throw from are candidates lor matrimony. It relieved me at once. For sale building up our streets deserve justly proud of its appearance. Mr. Bastin's while a well of the finThe mail carrier is attending by M. C, and D. N, Williams. 9T much praise, morning, est sulphur and iron is right at his the Climax school at intervals. Talk brick building Miss Mamie Miller, daughter cf noon and night. They would be door. H. H. REYNOLDS Charles Baker and Miss Phoeba Capt. Ed. Miller, gave an "apple such great sources of satisfaction to NOTICE Hines were married on last ThursManufacturers , peeling" party Wednesday night. the builders and owners, such orna To my customers: My house day. of Mini: and brick. Squire R. L. Brown was here a ments to the town, much sater, and many of the contents having Isaac Harvey and our merchant They also furnish Lime, Building few hours Wednesday night. He more durable and cheaper in the burned in the recent fire, I will Jones, came near fighting WednesStone, either quarry face or cut. long run. is making a splendid magistrate. Horseshoeing, all 'round, 50 cents. have to ask you to some in and set- day over an account of the former. Orders promptly filled. will visit the city Everything furnished. Best nails E. A. Herrin returned to Liv- - tle with me. I Pleas Baker, who lyis been J. Pennington, our P. M. has and shoes used. , my fall and a few days to buy ut Martin's tobacco factory, iugston Wednesday, after complet in all that placed a nice stock ot groceries stock and will need at Junction City, took in the fair ing Jonas McKiuzie's sidewalk. A winter is due me. Thanking you for past in his store room. wonderful impiovement has been John Robbins acted as telephone I hope to be able to seW I Dooly and Mr and Mrs T made in the looks of the property, patronage exchange boy at Brodhead during cure a good share of your trade in J Cress intend celebrating the laudDEALER IN 'th Fair and he made u good one and especially the store house. MADE BY the future. Respectful. , ing of Columbus on the 12, day of WHISKIES' WINES, &o., &c, to. E1.1.A Baker. C. A. Redd, Jr., a former citizen October, in the grove just east of C. of this county, now living near Mr Doeley's Come residence. K. Mr and Mrs Chas Spilhnau, of W. P. Walton, our most valued Here with his everybody u and $2 at Jessamine, are here on a visit to Crab Oichard, was Fine again called Sat- friend, was last week Mrs Spilhnan's parents, Mr. and wife visiting old friends from of ' on account of death the urday until Tuesday. We are to Viiginia . Mrs J L, Joplin. another relative; Mr. Vaughn, his ', tilwaya glad to welcome Charlie and If you are a subscriber brother-in-laThis is his fifth Corn will be cheaper iu this his wife. , signal you can get the Weekly sad trip back to the homes of his country during this fall than .ever! 'fS'Pr.rtU'ityle i To Builders. J. W. Marler childhood to view the work of the Louisville .Dispatch for 50 cts. 'tu'ccw hiirh beicro. The largest crop ever ' at J scwfiij; 'Commercial, 40 cts. & Sens ituw have their mill on one Hand of death within ihe last 25 Attv iWKii'n-wit- h known with few hogs to feed it to. j Twenty-eigh- t jears xperience in " 'Courier Journal, of the best sites in the county and yean:. The sympathy of his legion l'jp6Uricnu war. . II the business. By a atrauge oversight iu oue of VW 'tinlcit Horse shoeing a(twice a week) 25 els. out are fully prepared to cut bills to of friends in this county goes '' ' V r icl.inc utiot sat. pecialty. Also genet-' our typesetters, a young man, the or(kr ou w ' i', f'.".7 In Todays '.Post, Daily, nolic(.t LUu). to Mr. Walton who is a staunch $1.75 ' rtii-will be re ' '; , (Kiu'iiil. riciulcnch irieud of Rockcastle and its people, item on the fire failed to mention' b Cincinnati Inquire b ddivered at Mt Vernon 50 cts. c " , .Wi- villi or djr. good and.tru'e a man as ever that the store aud residence of J. lif dtored. nive UBVonr ,.rders and and .as Richmond Street, Mtr Vernon, "" Chattanoogaf Farnt & Trade 25 cts. CU oppllr pen P ' ' . :.. .i. i.. fi, r:Ii:...... t nluiauHuiiumiULuii.uw, V get prompt attention and the best wielded a truth, lor law, oruer, . Una. Ky. 11. j. justie'e and WH 'VN 2 IWIT'CV CO.. ."LOUIOVILte. KY. of Lumber. icijpQuritvcii - Congress Judge Griffin, ,our undertaker, has added new goods to his stock and is prepared to fill, orders on short notice. a.case of fever. He will soon be himself again with our pure moun tain air and water. well filled with ladies' work, paintings , crayons &c. Vegetables and farm products were there in abundance and variety. The baby show attracted much attention. The "worst turnout" was all that could be asked for though, but one contestant appeared in the ring. The pony race was good. The Rockcastle Farmers' lace was exciting and the mule race was immense. Of course, Dick Pike's mule won the race, as it always does. There isn't a mule in the State that can keep insight ot it much. le'ss distance it. A much larger attendance is expected (Thursday;, The program is good and there is no need oi any one not enjoying the day. Frida , the last da , will doubtless brine out the largest crowd. A fuller report ot the fair wi!l appear next week. to-da- y Reward, The Crab Orchard, Stanford and Mt. , Vernon .TeleProessional Cards. phone Company will pay $25 reward for arrest and conviction of A. Pcnninfttoo, D. D. S., M. D.' any person wno cuts tne wires or DENTST, ' otherwise destroys the property of said company. N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts., LOUISVILLE. KY. 'This office has inquiries . from a buy a small man who wishes to farm not far from town. Persons hav'ng farms or real estate for sale are invited to ;ons:ilt the editor of SURVEYOR this paper. tf. - - A if. sTNTDavis. t. Venon, K y. - .'' If you want to get mad about it Also, an Ageut for the best and pay up your dues, very well Tailors in the world. and good. Its better that way than ,lo keep in good humor and DRS. G. B. & J. H. LAWRENCE never pay. I - PHYSICIANS SURGEONSV g ,! - s -- g at-La- "1 ,r pf w, u' ' Ky.f V I 23-2- G. l VI 'i one-twelf- th A.ttorneyatL,aw, n -- " - Attorney w:, 1 ZJ& J. C. McClary undertaker! tMat ol m first-clas- Miller House . MT. VERNON Blacksmith, LIME COMPANY kSrodhoad, Ky 37-3tl- eu-'gag- ed TOM FERRELL -- WAGONS H. ROWLAND, Gentry, '1 ARE AS GOOD AS ipt.. -- BEST J v , , - . I J loi-eaw- - i. ... Jr. T black-smithin- g. , , ry - -.-- .) ut J, - V -- ' .!- ' A , 1 IL-iu--j r m VA .& fJ-- a f ? I," Sf f AIDED By KES. PINKHAM. I, ant II In Life Savin W. ' 5 Mrs. W. 13. 1'axton, Yottngtown, He sdved and children. dreds of North Dakota, writes about her strug- their lives,women lost his own. Hundreds of hut gle to regain health after tho birth of live are saved every year by Hostettcru A country boy visiting New York stopped a frantic runaway team that was about to dash on the atdowalk where there were hun- Others. r others to avail themselves of your valWlirre IVoali Kept Ills Ileca. uable medicine. recently visDr. Tames "After the birth of my littlo girl, iting Hoston, K. Hosmcr, whilevisit the new lud occasion to years ago, my health was very public library. As he went up the steps ha thrco poor. I had leucorrhoea badly, and a met I'Mw.ird Kvcrett Hale, who asked the pain which doctor's errand. terrible bearing-dow"To consult the archives," was the reply. gradually grew worse, until I could do Hosmcr," said Dr. Hale, "do no work. Also had headache nearly you know where Noah kept his bees?" dizzy feelings. Men"No," answered Hosmer. all the time, and "In the ark venerable struations were very profuse, appear- preacher as hehives," said the earshot. passed out of ing every two weeks. Ladies' Home Journal. " I took medicine f rom, a good doctor, do no good. I was The Lnst Mneara Vails Excursion but it bccmeil to becoming alarmed over my condition, to bo run Thursday. August 25th, via Clevewhen I read your advertisement in a land, Akron & Columbus Railway in conpaper. I scut at once for a bottle of nection with the elegant steamer. "City of Kric," of the Cleveland &. Buffalo Transit Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Co. The rate will bo $0.00 from Columbus, and after taking of $3.00 from Mount Vernon, $4.00 from Millers-bur$3.00 from Akron, and, correspondthe bottle I felt so much better that I send for two more. After using three ingly low rates from intermediate stations. bottles I felt as strong and well as any The usual favorable arrangements for sido trips beyond Niagara Falle and n Coin-ponnd, two-third- " Dkah Mm. 1'inkiiam: It is with pleasure that I add my testimony to your list, hoping that It may induco her littlo girl: People who are f nt goStomach Hitters, me to their graves with disorders of Htonv ach, liver, bowels and blood are brought Kick to good health by it. All the sick should try it. s stop-over- '!' " I think it is the best medicine for anv C.. A. & C. ncrent. or write to C. F. Dal v. female weakness ever advertised, and General Passenger Agent, Cleveland, Ohio. recommend it to every lady I meet sufMnktni; Out n Cnsc. fering from this trouble." "I am wondering," said lllanco, as he Maternity is a wonderful experience turned over his niece of armv mule steal asked tho "What, your excellency?" and many women approach it wholly minion. unprepared. Childbirth under right "If Cervera isn't guilty of treason in acconditions need not terrify women. cepting all thoe square meals up there in The advice of Mrs. Pinkham is freely America." Philadelphia North American. offered to all expectant mothers, and Wheat 10 Cents n Iluslici. her advieo is beyond question tho most 40 How to with valuable to bo obtained. If Mrs. Pax-to- cents and grow wheatSalzcr's big profit at (80 samples of lied Cross had written to Mrs. Pinkham be- Ilushcls per acre) Winter Wheat, I e. Oats, fore confinement she would have been Clovers, etc., with Farm Seed Catalogue for JOHN A. SALZ12K SHICU saved much suffering. Mrs. Pinkham's 4 cents postage. Wis. K CO., La Ciosse, address is Lynn, Mass. Dollcntely Put. n one. s will prevail. For full information inquire of Lazy Liver CATHARTIC tion. I found CAfaOAKETS to bo all you claim for them, and Hccurod such relief tho first trial, that I purcansod unotherRupply and was completely cured. I shall only bo too glad to recommend discards wuooover the opportunity Is presonted." J. A. Smith. 2920 Susquehanna Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. " nuvo dcoii irounicu a crcm ucai tvlth h torpid liver, whlcn produces constipa- He would not say that she painted, powdered nnd all that. He was too much of a gentleman for that. "Still, I may as well confess," he said, "that she impressed me as one who thinks she can improve upon the Lord's handiwork." Chicago Post. To Cnrc n Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money if it fails tocure. 25c. "So that is the famous playwright? But why is it that one reads so little about him nowadays?" "Oil, he has been famous too long." Fliegende Illactter. 1 M TRADE MARK RK0I3TXRCO 4 Piso's Cure for Consumption is an A No, Asthma medicine. W. K. Williams, III., April 11, 1894. Aa-tioc- Pleasant. Palatable. I'otcnt. Taste Good. Do uooa, Never Hicuon. weaken. or uripe.ioc, ZJC.SUC Sterling Rend Mamma "From what animal do we get our milk?" Floss! ; "From the milkman." Judge. s ... CURE CONSTIPATION. Coapnnr, Kibt Clileitft-", riant real, hew Tort. ... T20 taken Internally. Price Hall's Cntnrrn 7Sc. fare Hn.Tn I li'Oalt SoW nnrt ininrnnu-e- d by nit to CVKBTobacco Uabll. Circuses that have come and gone arc in the passed tents. L. A. W. Bulletin. SHOOT 'Winchester Ioadef ,5hot Gun Shells Used bvAllthe (uampiom5ot5. fktt. Jem Name off a Postal &rd. FOR Weakness is quickly overcome by tho toning and blood enriching qualities ot This great modi-clti- e Hood's Harsaparilla. curc3 that tired feeling almost as quickly as, tho sun dispels the morning mist. It also cures pimples, boils, salt rlioutn, scrofula and all other troubles origiqatlug in bad, Impure blood. Warm Weather 152 PAGE ftlUSTRATED QtAIOOVS. s inciicstebRepeating-Arm- (u? ISO WifiCttnrcs Ait,. iiwHavts. Cow Hood's8 parilla luou.ly tibial rn ted (irirr$il, tnt to anybody bending t ito annual Ions nt. SI each to tho Orcrland Mommy, main I tiArtUtruu. oamijiouvcrjiiuuuc. anbM-riii- i ine lies. BU0KAnn WAR KAUTIKULI.T nd and bump- - America's Greatest Medicine. $1; six for $5. Hood'o Pills euro biliousness, indigestion. conoa. Bend for book of Uatlmonlah and treutmont Free- - Or. U. II. UHttMi uo.is.MUnu, Ua. HADADCVNEWDISCOVCRyi8"e' BJPrkaPr I huickrclle'nni) cure worst lOdayi' ' 6 0J struck, the storm jumping entirely 7. AM It. 2 75 usu) over an intervening house without dov ICICAIN ccWheat famliv'.". "3 Ctt No. 2 red.uew V inff nnv flfimnrrrv a JU'Ko. 3ral. h &l f Corn No. 2 mixed :.. ib The Hutchinson family were all in 23 V-Oats Na llyc So. 2. .. it 8 M the house when tlte storm picked It up (t I) 75 to choice and scattered it together with the I'iiOVIMON. Mcs I'ork ft 75 L.trdPrimo steam barn and outbuildings for miles around ' BU'l'lKK-Choi- ce 14 (rt, dairy 'Mil Primo on the prairie. The entire family were API'LHs-Cho- to choice creamery . 2 Oil lte fi 2fiO to Fancv.... found dead about 800 feet from whorp rOTAlOUs-Nct- v. 6J 0. 8J per bbl CHICAGO. the house stood. Their deaths appar3 05 O 3 75 FLOUK Winter patents ently were caused by bruises and cuts UKAini wneat r.o. :reo. (rd 7H Ilaby Hutchinson, five on the heads. 70 No. 3 Chlcat'O bniliit'. ... 72), COKN-u 2 Hi weeks old, was still alive when found OATs No. 2 22 ii 9 05 (ii 0 In . but died In a short time. Carl Jcglum l'OKK Mess t 2K'tfc u 3 who was visiting tho Hutchinson's was LAUtlbleum NEW YORK. also killed. 3 70 400 FLOUR Winter patent .. tit 78JJ The sight at Hutchinson's place if WHEAT No. 3 ltd CORN No. 2 mixed it, 30 ... horrible. Tho place Is covered with KYL... is, , 8 in. . dead horses and cows and broken fur- OA'lh Mixed If). 50 10 00 New mess....... PORK niture and farm Implements. LAKU Western ib bKlYx BALTIMORE. From here the courso was Into farm 5 6a (Ti 6 00 TLOUK Kamiiy whero little damage could be done to GKA1N Wheat-N- o. 2 W 5 70 iS, Hi tsouthcrn Wheat tho buildings, but the loss pn crops Corn Mixed it. Sf and stock Is very great. OatsNo. 2uhlte l 111 (to. iKLOUit-Wlni-HAY--lritn- e 1 - r. 1 Would Iltiln tils BnilncM, Railroad stories arc all more or lew pithc, 'i. especially when told Clght I'eoplf) Dead and Other Are Known certaiu system runningbyitrailroad met. 'A the southwest is known tor it alow train fiom one end of to Hare lleen Kilted Uatily the line to the other. Tha trains are ylovr Munsled Victim. , enough it best, but when washouts and overflows occur, time doubles tip on engineer, train crew and passenger. A"ot long ago a GAnr, S. D., Auff. 1G. A terrific llootl of complaints poured in upon the wind and hail storm running1 from general manager of was line from all kinds the northeast to southwest, struck Mortx ot people wIict travel over this system. One of tlicnt came n prominent undertaker, Siding', about five miles west of here, somewhere in fromadjacent an stateyand this is Every thine; in the path of what he wrote: Monday. "If you tlrj not run faster train' over your the storm was swept away. Eight line you wilf people lio dead here and others are ers will not ruin my business. My customship their corpus oxer your t common- - experience Dr. Ajrrr' When rt father writes that rottrs " Is known to have been killed. The dead system for fear that they will not reach medicine in tlte world." yon can ttarsaparilla prescribed by a physician. their UOntilinlimi hitfnrn tlirv iajirtTrttrf (or scemtnir extravaallow RomttlilnR It is n common experience to sec a " comarc: day." St. Loud Republic. gance in tltt statement II you know Hint plete cure" follow the ye of a few bottle Joseph Hutchinson, farmer, wife, the medicine o praised, cured n loved of this great blood piirilyini; medicine. a specific for all forms of Because. W daughter ol disease nnd reMatrd to her two daughters nnd grandchild. JlfN 180S. the eyesiRht aenrly lot. The best nted Vood dlsens. If a dlsene has Its origin u bad or impure blood, Dr. A)er's Icine in the vrofld lor you Is the medicine Cnrl .lejrlum, lllnnchardsville. Wis. Calicos Konr Ilnntlrcdttk acting directly on the blood, that cures yoit. There cnu't Annlvcmni'). Albert Killion, homo in Milwaukee. its impurities and giving to better. No medicine can do more than Calico was first manufactured in India vtlalling energy, will promptly eradicateit cure. That Is why John S. fioodc, ol Charles Eball, a farmer, who, was) ,. 1498, so that its use has been m Orrlck, Mo., writes-l- these strong, terms: the disease. constant 3?.he,Kr.:at '"ore of Dr. A)er's Sarsapa-rlUreading jvlth his wife and children roc 'more, than- four hundred years. Is the radical cures that result Irani "Dr. Ayer's Sarsapaflllalsthebcit Vtlli.ini when the storm came. Searching ufacturersSimpson XSons, most extensive manin the world. My daughter hnd a Its ac. Many medicines only suppress) of this- country, now produce the relapse after the measles, due to taklnc disease they push lite pimples down out after his wife and, best grade of this kind of goods possible to parties arc cold. She was nearly blind. nnd was obliged under the skitii they paint lite complexion make- - Their print arc nlwavs attractive, to remain In a darlc room all tlte time. wlth'iubttc arsenical compounds, but the children. the- colors bright, clear and lasting. Deab The doctors could Rive heT no relief; one dleae rages Itn the veins like a pent-uThousands of dollars worth of prop- era of them- directed me to jlve her Ayer's fire, wntl some dhy breaks out In a vol. ns buyers recognize this tiarsaparllla. Two bottles cured her comcattle eruption tha ents up- - the body. erty are destroyed nnd many cattle very wisely give them preference. fact, and Ladies Ayer's Sarsapa ilia goes to the root. It pletely." who have not worn them will do well to' maV.cs the fountain clean nnd the waters and sheep were killed. the The tltmtsands of rcttl'monlnls to- the tire clean. It makes the root good nnd The storm skirted one mllo north-ca- remember this, as uponpiece of calico which bears the ticket Ayer's Sarsaparllln repent the fruit Is good. It give Nature the which appear the value of Dr. ovcrnnd over ngnin. lit one lorm or nnother of Hutchinson' farm and struck magic wordH "William Simpson & Sons" clcmenlssltetieedsto build up the broken the expression: "The doctors tinvc her down constltulloti-not- to is not only the best that the world has probrace Hup with his housu, driving it through the barn. duced for four no relief; otic of them directed me to stiinulntits or patch it up on tlte surface, hundred years, but is doubther Dr. AVer's Snrinparllln. Two bend for Dr. AyerVCurebook. and learn The Northwestern railroad track is less as good as- - will, be made four hundred more about the cures effected by ottle completely cured her." remedy. It's i.eiit free, on rciniosfc, by this torn up for some distance; telegraph years hence. It is a common experience lo the Ayer's Sarsnpaillla ns a last resort. It is J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mnss. poles and snow fences are down. Tho Wind Von, fin Unuttl.. wounded are being taken to Cunby. There was great jubilee and there would One farmer had 200 acres of wheat in have been feasting in, .Madrid had provisions been cheaper. Your! the shock and it was taken up by the "Shout, steamier, shout!" tttged the highwind and no trace of the crop is left born hul.tlgo. "An American town was comOwn The dead were found on the pralrlo pletely destroyed!" "Ah, by with their bodies badly mangled and the stranger Cattura's- squadron?" inquired clothing nearly stripped from them. "Well, thc information from American FOR DECORATING WALLS antf CEILINGS IXPgyAS from oiirirrot?0For nalntdt Alrr anJ .lt tuurown kftUnmlntni; Tli.i materlaM tni.Uini. ..c.t'nt.nd The clouds mot at a point about sources .ij it wa-- destroyedus by a cyclone. Irit.ipins iiy mnlilnry and miilea in twenty rotir itnl ana uupcrlor laaav wmrortlon of Uluw What mav be none of know, but it j tntlWhlttmr thtrn iolli.3r he iimdw Inrlmnrt To he mix ml with 4'ultr Vtcr. eight miles northeast of Gary, attained stirel) that some form of Spanish power. means nun jmi fp nrniunrnAiiriiri i iii.uib iiirrnKn iois iUBtcnU'iroiii your locul dtalrrs Irt iiknow mul wo willriiiif In tho way ot obtaining it pit you a rotary motion with the tail of tho At an rate, it uas a great victory." N. X. THE MURALO COMPANY, NEW BRIGHTON, 8. I., NEW YORK. cloud descending the earth. Wherever World it touched everything was destroyed. j Shnfie It first struck tho farm buildings of i (Allen's Foot-Eas- Into- nYonr Shoesthe feet. powder for Carl Peterson, then tlio barn of V. E. (It cures painful, swollen, nervous, smarting tet and bullions". Johnson, where a number of horses and llcorus and tnstantlv takes the stinc out of U. the greatest comfort THE IS, AYE. THE CHEAPEST. II sheep were killed. Nest was M. A, .Jjfccpvcryoftlieage. It's makes Allen's Foot-Eas- e AVOflD IMITATIONS Kcnyon's place, the barn was destroyed; Itiglll or new shoes teel easy, it is a certain hot. cure for livestock killed.1 ing feet. sweating, callous andby all tired, achand considerable drtisrpists Sold 'I'ni It Kenyon was severely injured about and slioo stores, 2.V. Trial package FliEE. Address Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y. tho limbs by flyln; timber. Mortimer Hunt's farm buildings were next A" to lllclii-s-. destroyed and here tho first life was The woman that married a poor man belost. The storm took up the kitchen, cause she loved him very apt to want her moved it away from the house and daughter to marry a rich man whether she scattered its timbers for miles around. loves him or not. Roxbury Ga7ctte. Albert Killion, employed as a farm He "I know how to manage my wife." laborer by Hunt, was in the kitchen She "Why don't you, then?" He "She's If you think of obstinate she. won't let me." at the time and later ho was changing your T picked up in a dying condition about TH MARKcVa. 1200 feet from the house, having been location remem- Cl.VClNSATI. Aug. 10. struck in the back of the head and InU) 35 berth is rNebras- - jj. jured internally. He only lived thrco LIVESTOCK Caltlo.conitnon. 3 2S ii 4 W (it, 4 4 Select butchers 0 75 ka's soil is rich hours after being found. James Hunt CAIaVfcS l'alr to tood light.. 6 a to 3 fU 3 25 f. was Injured. The Hutchinson farm, .Mixed packers 3 S3 (ft .1 V.i No rocks and stumps. AH' grams and and'easily tilled. 3 7.S M. 4 l Light two miles from Hunt's place, was next SHELP-Choi- co shippers 4 10 3 40 DIED IN A TERRIBLE STORM. , afi.. A DOCTOR'S DIRECTIONS. They save a daughter from blindness. the-bes- 1 Sars-aparil- a, - U rued--Icli- - p - st try-D- r. PAINT (LINGS CALCIMO FRESCO TBR3TS m Calcimo - BEST OF lo-d- APOLIO Tit-Bit- iififfiiffHfffffilff HOMES IN i NEBRASKA - llOUs-lommo- fruits that succeed in other states in same latitude $. flourish there. The climate is well-nig- h perfect, the air fr ft r being dry and free from malaria. An abundance of pure i$r 3 water is. found'. It is- a great state for stock raising Ml ? $ and feeding-- . g 1 I a hard-workin- Thoro is no state in tho Union whore farmer can do so well. Thousands - Nc, S Passenger Agent, Chicago. of poor men have become, rich, irt Nebraska. Farms can now be bought om easy terms- - Prices are low. A handsome illustrated' pamphlet describing- Nebraska will be. sent free on aoolication to P. S, EUSTIS - General n- a. y -- M A Beautiful Remember if you are dissatisfied of piece, or THE CENSORSHIP REMOVED. The Navy Department Making I'ubllo th Movements ot the United Stutri Naval Vessel. 1 ltye No. 2ucxlcrn, ........ LOOS Western INDIANAPOLIS. 2 GRAIN Whcat-X- c, Corn No. 2 mixed CAl'lLU-I'lrstqua- llty 4 25 it a it 4- - 4oo 45J C9 Present U Ul fMMI celebrated itmmiiMAMniFSS'JTWtiHffl 1TCH WU f ? Oath No. 2 mixed. with the size ........ 24 37 f 400 fid 08 tfi 35 .,.... TLOUn UUAIN-Wheat POUK-Mcst, LOUISVILLE. Winter patent No. 2 red ,.;j'' JTAOCHL. with the quality of the tobacco chewing you are now using H Washington, Aup;. 1C An C7idcnca of the cessation of hostilities is the ac tion of the navy department in again maltlnp; public the movements ol na val vessels, which has been suspended during1 the war. Tlio bulletin given out Monday nnnouuees that the St. Paul 1ms Corn Mixed Out -- Mixed steam 0 10 2 ml 4 W & a IMt FOUNO CT TH1? 1. to 1 n t 37(-'-i or Mil -- mrzymmrrm w "J.cmiBirli&ERBR0SC9 nwt" mow.,.., Of HtH i mjP tJJTCTJ FREE tor a few months to all users of the ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron Brand). To induce you to try this brand of starch, so that you may find out for yourself that all claims for its superiority and economy arc true, the makers have had prepared, at great expense, a series of four PLUG get your money's worth nt piece of Battle Ax is The piece of any larger than the other brand of the same high quality, and is the largest piece of really good and you 'II JO-ce10-ce- nt chewing tobacco that is sold for 10 cents Remember the name buy again. sailed from 1'laya del Estc, Cuba, to Montaulc; the Dixie and Yankee from I'laya to the north coa6t of Cuba; the Urooklyn from Play a to the south coast of Cuba; the Oneida from Key West to Havana, and the Topeka from Key West to the Isle of Pines; the Hercules from Port Royal to Norfolk, and the Kanawha from Port Royal to Key West. The Siren has arrived at Key West, the Dolphin at Lambert's Point and tho Solace at Playa. IBE EXCELLENCE OF SYMJP OF FIGS Is duo not only to tho originality and Spanish Dead Are Ilurned. Santiaoo, Aug;. 10. The embarka- simplicity of the combination, but also skill with tion of tho prisoners here is being to the care andby (scientific which it is processes pushed with great activity. This is manufactured known to the California Fio Syrup rendered Imperative by their horrible-condition- Co. only, and we wish to impress upon The mortality is so great all tho Importance of purchasing the in tho Spanisli camp, where disease is truo and original remedy. As the rampant, that no longer are the dead gonuino Syrup of Figs is manufactured buried. A funeral pile of 10 or 13 by tho California Fio Syrup Co. bodies is made, saturated with- - koro-sen- o only, a knowledge of that fact will and set fire to, cremating the assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parbodies in the open air. ties. The high standing of tho California Fio Syrup Co. with tho mediTito Suspects Arreattd. cal profession, and the satisfaction Dayton, 0., Aug. 10. Androw'Spohr which tho genuine Syrup of Figs has and Roy Eekley are under arrest on given to millions of families, makes Ddspicion of having been concerned In tho uamo of the Company a guaranty the murder of Rutehcr Julius Kruao c tho excellence of its reme'dy. It is October 17. The crime was committed far in advanco of all other laxatives, on the kidneys, liver and by three highwaymen. howls Spohr, as It' acts bowels without irritating br weakena brother of Andrew, who is in the ing them, and it does not gripo nor ,Ohio peultentiary on the charge of nauseate. In order to get its beneficial grand larceny, gave tho Information effects, pleaso remember the name of to Chief of Polico Farrejl and the Company Mcliride, ou which .they hold CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. tho men. A third man is wanted. SAN FRANCISCO, OsL Tnie arrests have paused a ionsatlon. ' MEW YOKE. N.T. LOUUVILLX, Uj. . GAME PLAQUES advertising whatever, and will ornament tho 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 arc: exact reproductions of the $10,000 originalsby Muvllle, which will be given you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, arc free of any suggestion of American Pheasant, American Wild Ducks, English Snipe. English Quail, handsomely embossed and stand out natural as The bird3 are Plaque is bordered with a band of gold life. Each ELASTIC STARCH has been tho standard for 35 years. MILLION packages of this brand were sold last year. That's how good it is. ASK YQUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell you about Eiastic Starch. Accept no substitute. TWENTY-TWO How To Gal Them: Ix ( hnntitiful dame Plaques freo. Tlio plaque!) will not bo tent by mull. Tliey can bs obtained only from your urocor. Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. Do not tlnlay. Tills ofTor la for A short tlmo only. lirnnd), are tint Iron Iheirgrocer entitled to ono of tlicao All pttrchaaors of llireo 10 cent or Scent pacltairos of Kluatlo Htorclt (iMrMlisAWiNTiaiwiwtMirfiwiwiwiwiwiMiwrwirtiwtwrMiwAitttH I g.aiKy all It nnnir fnllH. UmWl UUL Ull UUIS Hayes oxpen.0 and ittlerlnB, Cun permanent. i'llcii, Ilgrni, Ciiti, UeatsalTofor Ahirei-M- . SUMMER RESORTS on LONG ISLAND, N. Y. ..... a . fco., W anclnllFre.h Wouiiii. .. man..u..i;Ki wn.;, Hook fre. ij.iivi,i. Mnn. MOW y IliUffiiLU. tho Ocraiion tha huiiIH ahoris.or IU tinrtu horp edhJ wooueaKuiina on tuvI,ON(i to. In ritninn for ISLAND- .- a Uv yntuut; i.tM l.lnnil. una nc. tor ISLAND." an liluati ated book, to II . M Trulttu M rin Hirer. U 1. It. It. laland City, New York. ilIMlailtitffMiaiitailwMitatMiaiiiiajiiaiiaiiia,iiaiil litiiHtralvilUeMCrlptivii liooW. 4 i "bUSIHKU liuilt.l,-- ' u U01.K riUttiK hotel and uoaiu nir tlnllMPf ou Uni, -- SMITH, Lung ElDcstcbujihajnip. TsitosGoosi. Ueol In tlmo. Sold by druxvlstft. ivi IIIUK miM ALL ILbE iAtLS. A. N. K.- -E IVUK.V WKITIAU I I, ' pleaae atate thul la tnU . I nt yfra 1722 '10 AUVKnTISUIU yon ftw ttlC adVsrtttrV f ' V