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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1898 mou1898090201 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t p$y, Il', V Miini VOLUME XII. " s IPflliffll NUMBER 51. NASHVILLE'S COSTLY BLAZE: THE CZAR'S PEACE PROPOSAL k The I'lve-Stollulldlnc of the 1'hllIliMj Iiuttorfl Wholesale anil Ketnll llant wnr'o und Store Co. Burning. rr MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1898. GENERAL ORDER ."Soldiers Having Served Oittsido Country Given Sixty Days Furlough- - FIRST VICTIM OF THE WAR. The Fntlier of (leo. II. Meek, Who Was Killed lit 'Cardenns, Receives a Check for 8100. ' This Government Has Not Yet Heen Notified "of tho Communication l'rom the Czar of Ilussla. THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, STANFORD. KY. BuocMMri t tn Lincoln National OF Bank. By provision of It charter, depositor are as fully protected as art depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par .value thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may ad as Executor, Administrator, Trust or Receiver, as an individual, Fjiemokt, O.. Aug. 30. John Meek, county, father of Gcorgo 1$. Thoso Not Havlne Served Oatsltle of the of this Meek, who was killed on the torpedo United States, the LeitTe of Abience boat Winslow, at Cardenas, May 11, and rurloujlu Will lie Limithas received a letter and a check for ed to Thirty 8100. Tho letter goes to show that young Meek was tho first American-bor- n Wabiilvotox, Aug. SO. At 11:30 o'clock sailor killed in the Cuban war. Monday 'nilit tlio appended frcncral Tho letter received by Mr. Meek read3 orders relating to the mustering out as follows: of tho volunteers and granting of furWashington, D. C, August St, loughs ucro promulgated by Adjt. John Meelc, Ksq : Dear Sir faomo months ago a Cuban gentleGen. Corbln. To those olllccrs and men 'Who liavo served beyond the man, who signs himself Cambrcsls, from the Mexico, sent Thomas Estrada Palm.1 of limits of the United States leaves of City of Now York on brdor for 1100 to be given to tho absoneo and furloughs for 00 days will wife, children or parents of tho first American be granted respectively, while to those born sailor who should die In tho war to frco who havo not served outside of tho Cuba. I havo just now been Informed that 11. Mccjc, fireman country, tho leaves of absence and fur- your son, Ucorgc on board tho torof tho first class, loughs will bo limited to 30 days. pedo boat Wlnslow, was the first hero Following is tho text of tho orders: to shed his blood for the Independence of our n people. I beg unfortunate and Adjutant GkneualVOkfick, ) Dj. Nasiivh.lk. Tenn.. Aucr. 30. At 0:01 Tuesday morning fire broke out Indhe y bulldlnfrjpl top floor of the tho Phillips & Uuttorff Wholesale ,nd Retail Hardware and Stovo Manufacturing Co. on the corner of Honk oftcy' and College and in nn Incredibly short time had completely destroyed theien five-stor- Washington Aug. SO, Tho state department has not yet been notified of the communication from tho Russian government to the. foreign representa ,tives at SU Petersburg, looking to a universal preservation of peaco and the gradual disarmament of Europe. This country'is not'dircctly Interested in the proposition of disarmament, but, as it is understood that tho communication was addressed to all foreign representatives In St. Petersburg, it will in due tlmd be received by this government. Though at this moment just concluding n war in which victory has bepn. attained by forco of arms, the is sentiment of this government strongly in sympathy with any movement looking towards the abolition of Warfare and our sympathies will bo with the suggestion emanating from tho czar. " This government is now about on the point of addlnggceatly to its naval establishment and somewhat, on account of acquisition of territory, to Its military, but we have never had the military nor the naval establishment in the sense that they arc maintained in Europe, and all that this government is likely to do in the way 61 add1 ing to its military and naval strength Would not be of a character nor to an extent which would antagonizo tho principle involvedjn the czar's propo sition for disarmament. That policy is one whicdi this government has maintained at all times and tlte.stiggcstlon of the czar applies fonly to the European powers, which have been expending great sums of money In arming themselves, one is regarded as against another.-- Jt iiiecullarly significant and encourag- 'Ing that this suggestion to "call a halt in the tremendous waste of treasury In tiro building and contents. At S:5( Ji, spread south uuu , K K.' "SJ A. J. barren & furniture store and totally Mruo stroyed that fine ture and contcnls. At 3:15 Wcbhfcfi Stevcnsonb, rotail hardware deaftrs immediately adjoining Warren & Cof building, was a mass of Hamesjinil was lnirnlnn- flnrrnlr at SMJi Aiili n SBK.T chances of fire spreading and deswoy block, ing the entire remainder of the tho firo alley to y Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co., ford. Kentucky. December 31. 1896. RESOURCES: Notes and Bill Other Stocks and Bonds Overdrafts guo from Banks Houso and Fixtures 1202,815.21 1,605.82 4 202.41 i6.Z39.S6 6,40000 5,593 20 1337,015,00 Stan tCOO,000. LIABILITIES: Capital Stock Surplus Fund Individual Deposits Duo to Banks. f - , :... 19,433.41 155,581.04 12.013.41 W37.043.lX ' Cub smith. InrOuilino- - t.lm Wp.stern Union down-trodde- Wasiiinotox, Aug. 20, 1893. : J rft known. Tho follow Ins; additional Instructions amendatory of thoso contained In general or-'At 4:30 the fire seemed to be under No. 121, current scrlen from this ofllce, control, but was still raging In sfyc arc published for tho Information and guidance OONZALO UK QUESADA,- Stcvcnsons bulldlnc One firemau re of all concerned. Chargc d'Affalres of the Republic of Cuba. ported seriously injured, Second Except fir the necessary Ruard The check is dated May 17, and is and etc. of olllccrs and men required by puragraph Mix, leaves of ubsenco for GO days drawn on the Hank of America to the THERE MAY BE A CHA NCE. mid furloughs for the samo period will bo order of Tomas Estrada I'alma, and is Kranted all officers und enlisted men of organsigned Maltland, Coppcll fc Co. Oa It Is Not Absolutely Known Whethr,yui- izations which have scrcd beyond the limits reverse side is indorsed: tice ivinte win Accept me Appoint of the United States, and 30 da) s to officers and the meat as Peace Commissioner. ,jj Pay to tho ordor of Gonzala Do men of organizations which hao not served Tomas Estuada Pai.ma. beyond the limits of the United States, when Washington. Aucr. 30. There is fctlll Mich organizations are ordered to be mustered Meek has not yet had the check out of sen Ice. cashed, and has already been offered a possibility of a change in thoyior,-sonnThird Such leaCH of absenco and furloughs of tho American membership of. much more than its face value by par-tic- s will bo granted by tho commanding ofilcpri who want it as a souvenir of the tho peace commission. Up to thi&pno-- J organizations hne arrhed at state rcn- after inent it is notyctmlinltcly ana poso-- j dczous, all to toko effect on open dato for3J lutcly known whether Justice YLhltc, IMrst de-tal- U Que-sado. cl General Orders No. to Inclose to you tho check Intrusted to my care, being a proof of tho gratitude of tho Cubans for tholr friends and allies, tho Americans. 1'leaso acknowledge. Iho receipt of tho samo In duplicate. Yours cry respectfully, telegraph building. nffi 1. mi.. ,loss .! prouuuiy icutu cknn piw,-00t..l j.jio win Tho nrltrin nt tln fire Is notivoi1 DIRECTORS: JT. S J. S. Owsley, Stanford. J. B. Owsley, Stanford. William Gooch, Stanford. S. n. Shanks, Stanford. J. Wlllliins, Mt Vernon S. J. F. Cash, Stanford. A. W. Carpenter, Stanford. W. II. Cummins, Lincoln County. J. E. Lynn, Stanford. I J. Embry, Stanford. j J. N. Mcncfee, Stanford. & H. SHANKS, President. J, B. OWS'LEY, Cashle M. BRIGHT, Teller. W. Ms?We solicit all having business in bank to call or write ns, and. they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier A BUSINESS EDUCATION . 4G,c, Pi: AV . i . so. 3 iTJIi 'iff Jy r-- i h i.' A a ?? o""jm'ii msm&&& fSAs i ...... v inariMzife.. Mitft Aaai pAAf Va v PBglgfRsa H'W rpxmA Tx. i ti..-- . yy7i. nlA ,. . ""''J inA AAaJ 1AAA - . A it yy ,- ruiriri AASA AAAv ,Vas AA J U"A "ni r 'py llU'in L . AAA 21'I N? -- . PLAN OF CAMP WIKOFF, MONTAUK POINT, LONG ISLAND. (Circles surmounted by flags show the signal stations scattered throughout the camp. These arc connected by telegraph a nd telephone lines. The block of tents Just to the cast of the small body of water. Oyster pond. Is the camp of the engineers.) i & de-m- m o& u-- days, or 60 days, as tho case may be and all of fleers and men must without full report at tho rendezvous on tho thirtieth or sixtieth day thereafter. Any oftlcor or man falling to so report will bo considered and reported ns n tcr unless proented from doing m by sickness, which must bo satisfactorily explained by the certificate of a reputable physician. Fourth llcfore organizations uro granted furloughs tho preparations for muster out, ns loquircd by general orders No current tcrloi, from this ofllco, will, In lew of tho foregoing, lo carried ut only so far as relates to the Inspection und correction of records. Inspection and transfer of such publlo property as may no longer te required: tho preparation und comparison of property roturns: the stjps necessary to becure certificates of and for the return of all absentees, etc. Fifth When posslblo all roturns and papers relating to muster out of organizations will be prepared during tho period of furlough. Sixth Each commanding officer, prior to the departure of hU officers and men, will mako arrangements necessary to verify and protect all public property pertaining to his command during the period of nbsenco and placo tho samo under proper guard, detailed from his command for tho purpose. Ho will notify the adjutant general of tho army of his arrival at rendozvous and at the earliest posslblo mo-- , merit tho dato of oxptrattons of leatcs nnd furloughs. Soienth In preparing mustor out rolls tho number 6f days whllo on furlough will bo stated under the heading on tho roll "Subsistence No. of day," and tho paymaster in his "pay account on tho roll".wlll change tho bead 4'for horses and equipments" to "commutation for furlough rations," and credit each man nt the rata of S3 cents per day for the number of days duo and pay tho same. The amount so paid for commutation of rations for tho pay department will be refunded from tho appropriation r?ade for the subsUtcnco department. Eighth Mustering officers are empowered to administer oaths in all matters pertaining to the muster out of volunteers. Ninth As soon as practicable tho usual monthly pay rolls will be made out for August and sent to the chief paymaster of the military department In which the organizations rendezvous Is situated. Upon these rolls alone can the officers and enlisted men bo paid, prior , to departure on leove or furlough. By onler of the secretary of War. II. C. Cobiiix THE KING OF SAMOA IS DEAD. The Admlnltrn,tlou of Government Supervised by Itepreientatlves of the United Stated, Knglamt and Germany. Auckland, K 7,., Aug. 30. Malietoa Lacupepa, king of Samoa, died on Monday, August 22, of typhoid fever. Tho administration of government is being supervised by tho three consuls, li. W. Osborne, representing tfte United States. T, It. Cusack-Smltl- i, representing England and V. Itoso, representing Germany, with the Chief Justice William Chambers acting an president of the supervisory committee, an arrangement that will continue In forco until tho successor of tho king has been chosen. To Hegulnte Havana Tariff. New YortK, Aug. SO. A dispatch to tho Herald from Santiago do Cuba Gen. Itlauco has sent a cablo says: messago to Gen. Toral asking what duties havo been imposed at Santiago, with a view of regulating thcUarlffs at Havana. At tho request of the merchants Customs Collector Donaldson has asked Gen. Lawton to declda whether or not duty paid on goods entered at the port of Santiago shall bo refunded on transshipment to the ports at Cienfuegos and Manzanillo, which arc still in possession of the Spaniards. Plans are being propared and surveys made for a street sewerage The Tope Has Itcroverccl. New Yomc, Aug. SO. A World dispatch from London says: Tho Daily Nowi Home correspondent says he was assured at the Vatican that tho pope had recovered from his indisposition. Precautions have, of course, been augmented and he is surrounded by every care. He is not nllowed to Incur fatigues, so some audiences have been suspended and pilgrimages, Including American, postponed until October. Spanish l'eace Commission Not Appointed. o" intervenes to should cOme'from Russia, just at tho mo mS&b acllangc in the bod' in the event ment when the whole world was alert ' BooJcJceeping, Justice White declines tho place. It with the Idea that an Immediate rupis suggested that benator Lodge, of ture was imminent between that govMassachusstts, is being considered to ernment and England, and at a time Write for beautiful book civing1 testimonials from graduates occupying proral. when the Chlneso question seems fill the vacancy that would so result. nent positions all over the United States It will be mailed FREE. 17J to threaten the peace of the ' OUT. whole world. ORDERED MUSTERED It is felt at Washington in GovernRegiments From Massachusetts, Illinois, ment nnd political circles that tho reNew York, Ohio mid Wisconsin Are cent achievements of this couutry are to lie Disbanded. probably in no slight degree responsible for this proposition to suddenly reWashington, Aug. 80. The follow- verse tho policies of tho old world. It ing troops have been ordered mustered Is thought that our naval exploits Druggists and Pharmacists. out: to tho old world have demonstrated Middle- Ninth Massachusetts, from that all the immense treasure tho sevtown, Pa., to South rramlngham, eral powers have expended would not Mass., where they will be mustereilj insure any one of them absolute Immuto 7th Illinois, from Middletown nity, should tho continuance of war TSlt, Springfield; 1st Illinois, Lexington, pr6parations .finally lead to a general Ky., to Springfield; 5th Illinois, Lexmoreover, disturbance of peace, and We carry Drue, Chemicals, Paints, ington, to Springfield; 05th New York, that if this government should bo Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fane; from Camp Alger to Buffalo; 5th Ohio drawn into the general contention Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &u Prescripinfantry, from Fernandlna, Fla., to and attempt to rival the powers of tions carefully compounded at all hours. Columbus, O.; 1st Wisconsin, from Europe in its armament, it would inGive us a call lor Roods usually kept in a Jacksonville, to Camp Douglass, Wis.; volve upon nearly every power of Eus drugstore. 3d United States volunteer cavalry, rope an almost exhausting draft upon (Grigsby's), at Chickaraauga;4th Texas, its resources, already Heavily taxed. at Austin, Tex. 'London, Aug. 30. The papers nro tilled with discussions, comments and Customs ltccelpts at Santiago. Washington, Aug. 30. Adjt. Gen. opinions as to the circular of Emperor g Tho most Corbln has received tho following Nicholas. cablegram from Gen. Shafter under event could havo hardly produced sucli a coup as this suggestion, tho transdato of Santiago: "I have ferred all business relating to customs fruition of which is regarded on all over to Maj. Gen. Lawton. There has sides as an absolute Impossibility. This being holiday season it is diffibeen collected, with tho exception of a small amount in July, $102,093. cult to obtain tho opinions of public Salaries of officials and all expenses, men on tTie 'subject. The religious including street cleaning, city officials, world howqvorv loudly welcomes and police, oto., havo been paid to date, praises tho czar's- - noble initiative. Numerous bishbps' have already 'publeaving over 500,000 in tiio treasury." Surplus -- 23,100. , $200,000. licly expressed their views In that Capital Stock rtalssloaewlttSeptok will accept the appointment temiSred him, and efforts are making b1 president to learn his intentions) matter. Mr. McArthur, tho assl secretary of the American cot slon, Is now in Now York ruaki for the sailing pf tlic Is absolutely necessary to the xncf-- man or young woman who would win success in life. This bailiff conceded, ib of the first importance to get your training at the school that stands In the very front rank tho f aSS va-cue- Bryant & Stratton Business College, - 'Vtf. ?i n y-- u . Shortliand, TelegrapJiy. 4 MC.& D.N. WILLIAMS Vernon, Ky. Erst-clas- :PSSlEKeLglem world-shaklp- to-da- y First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. sense. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Reld T. P.' Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, J. S. Hocker and M. J. Miller. We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business cess. Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view , Ulnrd At 1th the Queen. to business relations, respectfully invited. LoDON, An,?, 30. Col. John Hay, JNO. J. McROBERTS. Caiblcft i, S. HOCKER, Pres.1 tho retiring United States ambassador , Among statesmen interijwed, Lord Kimberly, tho liberal leader, declined to eprcss a hasty opinion beyond saying that tho proposal was one of tho utmost importance. "I The marquis of Rlpon said: heartily wish the proposal all suc f.l J, W. Haydeii, K. L. Tanner, J. H. i $" ii i ." h to the court of Madiui), Aug, 5J0. The cabinet sat Monday but has not yet decided as to tho composition of the peace commission. Duke Almadovar do Rio, minister of foreign affair, Sfcnor Grozard, minister of justice, and Senor Giron, minister of the colonies, were appointed a committee to draft a bill authorizing pcaee 'negotiations-Strang- e state at Washington in succession' 'to Win. R. Day,, who has, been appointed one of the United States peace commissioners, went to Osborne, Isle'of Wight, Monday afternoon In order to dine and sloep there and bid farewell to Queen . Victoria, who Starts' fbr Scotland on Wednesday. Soldiers Struck bya Low Ilrldge. CiiATrANOooA, Tenn., Aug. 30. Privates Ililey and, J. 1; Klttrick, of Com- tt. James, who the portfolio of secretary vof haS;5c-cepte- d jonas Mckenzie For Everything lit GO TO : and lutul Accident. scheme in Santiago. Chicago, Aug. so. H. T. Htgglns, Ulsaatrous Strike Ended. cashier for tho treasurer's office of the London, Aug. SO. At- - a joint masi Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific railmeoting of tho Welsh miners Monday Is dead from burns received by It was decided to. accept tho employ- road, the explosion of a vapor bathing appaers' terms, offered at tho Cardiff conwhich Mr. Hlgglus was enference on Saturday, by which tho ratus by deavoring to secure relief from bay miners got an Increase of five por cent, vapor bath had been purin their wages. This ends the disas- fever. Thetho hope that It would drive chased In trous six month' strike. awav the disase. pany M, 1st Milsouri volunteer regiment, both'of St. Louis, who had been in tho city Monday without leave, got a on top of a passenger train for park at 11 o'rfjjck Monday night. They were strucKT by a low Ililey wns instantly killed bridge and Kittrtck'is missing. Chick-aruaug- Dru Goods, Clothing. Boots and snoes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at 'Living Price :?-'- sWn i j VJL N i V YA - h ,T i . . - y . jj i" t T'V. .''' "i k- V I 1 .if Y fW- V- wmnnwiit btvtw Yonce, B. A. Yodon and Dick Pike attended the Berea Fair. Mrs. A. E. Albright and Mrs. J. W. Tate are vNitng relatives in Richniond. C. C,' Howell went fo Highland "last Sunday B. - .JUJienion Signal Fki. . Willis Griffin PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER and-- - W. A. CAUSON : r 2 d 189S ' ' Jfeji i Funkrai; Director. ilt. Vernon, - - - Kentucky Pairfter And Paper Harfgel", Mt. , Pu&tishid every Friday by JAMBS AMRET. Born to the wife of J. B. Farmer 011 Aug. 27, a fine boy. Thos. Baker, of Wildie, town Wednesday, v was in . Vernon and Brodhead, Y Wra &i Keeps Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Ljnen Bosoms, Cuffs, and Collars. Can furnish Metallic Caskets and have Embalming done on short notice and easy terms. Orders by telegraph or telephone promptly attended to day or night. Kentucky. , Will be pleased t,o give estimates ouwork. 'Satisfaction guaranteed. I R. C. Reynolds died Aug. An old and highly respected citizen of this county and Idvertisingtrates made known 0M a man who had done more for the Application paor, sick and distressed pbssibly r '9 than any man of his means. God had blessed him with a long and useful life. After combatting with disease for a while and surrounded FOR CONGKKSS by his family and a large crowd of Hon. G. G. GILBERT, loving friends he fell as!eep in the arms of Him who conquered death r OK SHKUiV. and the grave. Rev. Livingston conducted the funeral at the ChristTim Republican district con- ian church which was one vention met at Danville, Tuesday. of the largest processions we have Shortly after nominations, the ever had. name of Miles was wkhdrawn atrd tK In Behalf of the family of R. . Congressman G. M. Davison was by acclamation. Reynolds, deceased I take . this renominated means of expressing our most sin' Hon. G. G: .Gilbert our distih"- -' cere thanks to the good pepple. of guislied standard bearer, opened the town and vicinity, especially Wv "his canvas's on the 1st. He wqjs to the old veterans of the Cross to meet "everv voter in the district who so nobly assisted us in our ' before election day and he will tate trouble and sickness. ' corneas near doing so as the next J.F. Watson. 5j v one. Wm. Hysinger is buying cattle W. in this vicinity. SUBSCRIPTION ONK YKAK Died 26, '98. $1.00 mpi EVERYBODY LOOK. I am selling the S'"Rer Sewing Machine on easy terms and keep all kinds of sewing machine needles oil bands, shuttles, aud lever.ything that belongs to a sewin'g'machine. m,all tq any Will I also clean and repair all kinds of machines. You can see me here send-needlc- s ad-res- mmmk ri.iim.iir.YiBr.... f nw 1 lrattW Si!c$ftllf -- tv.ttl'llWA uit ffiSi M Ring in the now Ring in tho true We bring to. you the new and true from piney forests of Norway KIbk out the false "Ring out tho old 'the DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- m -- Nature's most natural remedy,. Improved. by science to ki s. TOM FERRELL DEALUR IN every Saturday. It WHISKIES' WINES. &c, &c. W. M. Owens ,Mt Vernon Ky Curo for coughs, colds and all Inflamed 'surfaces' of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes, f Lungs areexril!a Tlio sore, weary cough-wormucus Is cut out ;1he-causrated ; the microbe-bearinof that tickling Is removed, and thelnflamed membranes aro healed and soothed so that there-I- s no Inclination to cough. n g a PlcasantPcrmancnt, Ppslllvq' SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS I AM aa YEARS OLD. any remiily enual to lit. jlell a It Ele quick and permanent relief , to erlpaa well acouh andoolda. Itmako M. A. Mctcalfa, weak Innn atronf.-M- ra. INxlucah, Ky. 7 ROWLAND, KY. $2 Fine at up and Our Rockcastle friends can write or Tei-kphon- Botttas Only. 25o., QOo. and $1.00 Sl'zeD' BE SURE YOU GET and never used Dr. Bell's Plru-Tar-Hon- iy Tkf K. K. SalkrrliM tlHU4 !'., r4MkH, If. A 1 1 i ; . I a ! " b i. .yy. Miiuii-berl.iin'g Jjmmar iV cktt wTajji PORE I.INSnr.I OIL mixta with a ir.itlin of ,4 .; AT DAVIS orTf &, "" -- l,t m H t' t V''.i, Miss Mollle Carter aud Master r' j S n Mrs. Cap Hampton is visaing Jack Carter wijl go to the Masonic unt Home, Saturday. friends and.rrjatiyves in Glasgow; Wm. Carson is putting the finishA. P. Alice, of Richmond, Svas 1 ne label on your pape gives wjth Maj. Jos. Coffey and family a ing touch on the Frith & Dunn the date to which yon have paid. Vot to CnAcs, nnTsn, Pr.EL orCntp. mti ' store house. , few davs last week. Laok at it now. f. IIAMMAR PAINT CO., 8t. LOUlS, Sold and tparanteod J. it R. C.Wade has returned from Manley Albright will make a run M. C. & D. N Williams. V ' on his wheel over to McKinuey. . .Micthellsburg. Mt, Vernon, Ky. r.-t-'p'-- e Urn LIVINGSTON. ' j i Fo Hie speedy .mil reniuncul i;ri' n salt rhenin and eezetnii. Kye mid Skin Olntmoiit 13 makct 2 gallons 0! the VERY -.villi m; Aii iqv.:il. J! BEST PAINT In tl'o WOULD i lifvfs J!. itcli-inmid s.niirtin n".niut iiwtimily mn! tor tl. 10 or it. I'oniiii'K'd n.'O cifet'tH n ijorminmnt cr.ie. i. ;dso chics itch, briher'? Iron, . pfidil li:nl, hore nipph-ii- , i.'cuuif.r clinp'Td I'.nr.ds, chronic Bora cyi-- nnil (f jrourpalutblll. I rn moue buthuls than Pute cr.iuAl'itpil IUU White Leid nnil H Adsolutily kot ronoKOD. HMJUnr.lxT li ibUh or llio Hkst or Taixt a nil Rood 'painter uw ami te "jr. .'ol's ('oii.t'llnn fur round Tsi"K, VKnT TniCK. Nra to mix, .".or.--. any I107 ran do It. It l ttio Cosiiiom Sin it of the Wt t(nic. b it itre Price, i!ilb" Hocse Pahix. ! Ko lirrrnr. paint can bo madoct undvinniuiau. cost, and 3 piU-M- '&m&33&- - Come to see us. Will sell you honest Roods at fair prices. ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. General Merchandise Old Main and Church MT. VERNON, KY. Jii DEALKRS IN SON Sts s Ma-tk- jcit. .. 1. MO by1 Brodhead Marble Works W. H. COLLYKR, PROPRIETOR. " .MANUFACTURER AND DFAI.FR IN ' tMrs. Tf V M R James Parsons, of .Flannar gan, was the,g'uest,of her mother) Mrs, James McGuire last week., " CRAB ORCHARD. p In the write-uof last week we' Mrs, Chappell and' daughteis machine overlooked our dentist, Dr. Will all attach. liave returned 'to Paris uftcr a tnent: Myers, who is Loth a good man Tinted loycars. If "' I month's stay at Mullin's hotel. f machine fa not and a dentist. 1 actory i a 30 days ' ' money will be reMisses Kate Walker and Ella funded. Send cash with order. De., Hay have returped to Perry ville J. B, Gilkerson one of the clevscriptive circular erest men, runs his gasoline mill sent on applies vafr.er a visit to Mr. and Mrs. R, "C. lion. three days out of the week, shellJM'K'Q CO., Wade. WHAVNB ing grinding and crushing corn. LOUISVILLE. KY. J60 FOURTH AVn.. Bowman Smith,, of Junction William C. Petttus is pharma City, was the guest of S. D. Mc- cist and drug clerk at Wallin's. Kinney last week. GO YEARS' A telephone line, is being built EXPERIENCE v left f'om here to Ottenheim. .j Miss Ella( May Saunders Wednesday for a visit to Barbour-J. S. Vanwinkle; Danville; Dr. ville. Pineville and Middlesboro. Estes, McKinney;4R. 1. Newland, lit Miss Bird Peters returned to'her Stanford; M. F. Shujnate and sister hoine, Maywood, Saturday. of Danville; Editorf Maret of the Trad Mapi'.s Designs visitors here SaturMagee was down froni Signai.; were . , , Sam COI'YniOHTS &c. Anyono senrtlnj n nkctpli mid ilojorlptlnn may quickly narertaln our opinion free whether nn Loudon last week the guest of his day and bundav last. lnvcntloti M pnibnhlv putontnM', funimun'cn-tlon- s strictly contldor.tli'. IlaiidbonLr-- i l'r,:n sister, Mrs. Browning. The Christian churches of Crab sentfrco. Oldest nton for Hcrnrinir ui'iili a tut-i! wot IMPROVED SINQHB, FnniGHT PREPAID. For this style nen Inch ami sewing with st r 5i isn 1. 1 Monnuments and Totrib' Stories. I - THO'S TAYLOR Mt Vernon Whcil YdurTferseVls Shod' By '''. , til Bit5 Blacksmith, You may depend upon it that it has been done in d Scientific man-ne- r and the shoes will stav on until worn out. Collegiate-Institute'i- k IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. " Fall Session L. M. Openes September 6, 1898. c 1CASH. Academic, Intermediate, and liSoHs rutonts taken thronirli Stiiini IfteUil notice, vltliout Cii.irno, In tln A- Special Normal Work for Teachers Primary, Departments. Hotel Frith F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Located at the Depot&?gg2ar. SCROGGS. Principal j Sparks and family '.Orchard and Mt Vernon have bells have returned from their visit to of exactly the same tone. Richniond and are now visiiting in 1 ne L,. &. jn . is making many Mt. Vernon. '' improvements here by putting in . Heury Idol, of the 4th Kv., was many new ralis. ties, ballast also home, on a visit and returned a new bridge. , Mrs. W. Co. -- oce.o J. ciemiisc A handsomely illuntratod wcnlilv. dilution of iiny nclentlllo jnurnul. o..- finirtnonths.il. Soidbyull Jiuiefian St.. WttililiiL'toh. - Good Brodhead, Ky Livery Attaehcd ?,i.v-- ' Co.36""0"' . i?.'1 nofi!onlpr. New York LnrceH elr Tcrnm. M u Meet all Trains, Day and Night. Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited". Will furnish lunches on all Trains. V I. 0 ,to Camp Corbin, Tuesday. Mrs. Richard Linville, of Paris, was with Mrs. Claude Linville last ' week at Mr. Brack Graves. Mrs. Stewart Love, of Louisvlle was the guest of G. D. Cook and famly last week. Mr. aud Mrs. Hilton, of Barbour- sis- , viile are visiting Mr. Hilton's ter, Mrs. John Blankenship. Mrs. W. B. Dillion left Tuesday for a visit to her mother, Mrs. Broaddus in Lincoln county. . G JL s I YOU NEED A DAILY Wnei hat demonstrated ton thousand times that it is almost Infallible Town Lots for business and Dwelling . Lvivingston. In the most desirable Pajt of Town near new Depot, call and see theni. Wm. FIFXDS Houses. NEWSPAPER;. IT ONLY yon woman's PECULIAR COSTS WEAKNESSES; Irregularities and derangements. It has becomo tho leading remedy for this class of troubles. It exerts a wonderfully healing, alrtngthen-in- g and soothing influeuco upon the menstrual organs. It cures "whites" and falling of tho womb. It stops flooding and relieves eup J. A. Craft, of Louisville, was here Sunday. Mrs. Jno Cook is visiting up the K. C. this week. r u Mrs. T. J. Ballard, of Goochland, was the guest of relatives here this week. Mrs. A. C. Carr, of Middlesboro, t is the guest of Mrs. W. R. Dillion' A E:00 A YEAR, N In uort - ti. v J i tin. ie Lumsviii'v Evening Post, Tlic Uvenlnic I'oat hus the l y Robt. Coffey, Jean Otndorf left Wednesday to enter school at Loudon. BRODIIEAD. M. G. Aldridge weut to Laucast- ; ler last week. ' A. E. Albright and wife, J. T. Klierry and wife', Mrs. J. W'.' Tate. Misses Berta and Lida Hilton, J Reports. State News. ) Frankfort News. Washington News. ) Short Stories. Women's Page. Children's Page. Mail Only. $2.00 1,50 1.00 GREEN FRONT pressed and painful menstruation. r'or Chango of Life it is the mcdlclno made. It is beneficial during pregnancy, and helps to bring chlld'.cn Into homes barren for years. It invigorates, stimulates, strengthens the wliolo system. This great remedy is offered 'to all afflicted women. Why will any woman suffer another mlmita with certain relief within reach? WIno of Cardul only costs $l.oa per bottle at your drug store, s, Tor mirlct.ln catti rtqviHnu iptciaX adilmi.Qtllna sv"Pt(nni, the "Iidttt' Atltteory l)rintment," The Clutttanooga Med- btt ooDrug Drugs, Cheap, Store Grocerieg t Medicines Cheap'er, C.C - RATES-- By 12 Months J Months 1 6 Months Month .. TOBACCO AND CIGARS Jtrtc-tlcu- so CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. Sample Copies Furnished un Application, icine Co,, Chattanooga, Tenn, t Rev. . W. SMITH, Camden, SCO., M wlla uied Wins ol Cardul at hnma for lalllng ol the womb and II entirely, iaj: Cheapest DAVIS CG: cured her." ' " I ..fi I i -- .ft?JJ.v' Jbf&.t J- - .j.. . tti ; 1 James Croucher and'Jorin Joies'. is. running both uight and day witli J. R. Lawless and wife, ot LexCOURT CALENDAR. No. 1 baled hay for sale at socts. are in frdm Lexington orders to burn. ington, are visiting Mr and Mrs County Court. Fourth Monby A. H, Bastin Crab Orchard. day in each month. E. E. Protheroe, of Brodhead Jake Simpson, of the Big Hill J L Joplin Mt. Vernon. Ky.. Sept. 2 1895 Roller Mill, y Quarterly Court. Fiist Do you want to buy or sell a j was with our merch- v,icinity married Miss Addie Mrs L S Jones, of Middlesboro. in January, April, July and ants Saturday. Rockcastle farm, timber land, town Uotcrctni lfc Jit. Vera, Uy., I'u.t.offic is visiting her parents Mr and October. ito lots, business houses or dwellings? oftiicUB iniiII inalttr James Hamnion, the Clear Creek Mrs J J Williams Ice cream, watermelons and all Circuit Court. Second MonAddress, Signal, Mt. Vernon, Ky day in February, Fourth Monday kinds of Confectionery can be found ch'oirister, lias our compliments for in May and Third Monday in SepJohn Mullins, colored, of Grays his singing at the the Climax cons at S. W. Davis'. Reward. The Crab Orchard, tember. came down Thursday to attend the test Fridayr Mt. Vernon Police Court. Mrs. Dr. S. W. Brown and burial of his sister who died Tues- Stanford and Mt. Vernon Telephone Company will pay $25 re- Third Monday in each month. daughter, of Texas are visiting ,Mrs. J. T. Stephens was the only day of consumption. one. of our ladies who attended the ward for arrest aud conviction of relatives in this county. Brodhead Fair; and while there, naving aauea several new any person who cuts the wires or LOUKVILIC tk NffsHVILLC R tTTCO. Proessional Cards. Bennett Joplin is holding dpwn was honored by being made Judge pieces ol machinery to my watch otherwise destroys the property of the barber shop. He is getting a upon two occasions. repairing department I am now said company. ,L & N. LOCA.lv TIME CARD. very good run of custom. ( r A. Pennington, D. D.S., M. D. WJhjleT. J. Cres and school able to turn ont 'work on short Day Mail Nqrth 11537 a This office has inquiries from a Gold soldering done. spelled well last Friday, we wish notice. DENTST, Day Mail South . W. J. Newcomb leaves 2.27 p m to place, especial emphasis upon the Spectacles of all kinds repaired man who wishes to buy a small Niglit Ex. NTorth farm not far from town. Persons N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts., Texas tp re- school of Mrs. T. .1:32 a m row for Galveston-J. Cress and es- new frames furnished when deNight Ex. Sqlnh am sume his old position' on Sante Fe pecially Misses Barty Reynolds and sired. Give me a call at the having farms or real estate for sale .'1:48" LOUISVILLE. KY. road. are invited to consult the editor of J. A. Landku.?, Xgent. and Rica Baker, who did extra well Signal office, Mt. Vernon, Ky. this 'paper. tf. S. C. Frawkun. J. T. Jones, a tinner Our vicinity is having an associaand plumber from Stanord was tion here of the Baptist church and If you want to get wad about it CHURCHES. '"' SURVEYOR here Wednesday and Thursday is being attended by large crowds. THE BEST REMEDY FOR and pay up your dues, very swell 'christian Holds services 1st & 3rl Sunday and good. Its better that way Mt. puttiog up guttering. K-FLUX. nt ltn.m. and Af(5:S0. m. Everybody is looking forward to than to keep in good humor and x Mr. John Mathias, a n Misses Lena and Mattie b the 12, of October for a great and Also, an Ageut for the best never pay. stock dealer of Pulaski, Ky says: and brother, W. J., paid a jo'ous day. Four schools of this' I'rotiylerimi Holds services on tho 4th Tailors in the world. a u ml ay To Builders. J. W. Marler delightful visit to the family of vicinity will celebrate on that day, "After suffering over a week with flux, and my physicians having & Sons now have their mill on one DRS. G. B. & J. H. LAWRENCE H. S. Brannaman, Wildie, last and we are expecting the candifoiled tp relieve me, I was advised dates for Congress to be here. liai'fist ' ClidVch Services on the Second Sunday. A of the best sites in the county and Su'turiluy' night Suuday and Sunday. program will be published in the to try Chamberlaiu's Colic, Cholera are fully prepared to cut bills to and School nt 9 a in every Sunday. Prayer and Diarrhoea Remedy, and have Our thanks are due Messrs. F. Signal order on very short notice. LumRev. JO Car. mct'tintf on Tuesday nights. the pleasure in stating that the half ber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon L. Wallin, W. A. Carson Gus. inlcul. imstor. of one "bottle cured me." For sale if desired. ftSrOffice at residence Hoffman; R. M. Newland and oth(Rice Give us your orders and by M. 'C. and D. N. Williams. property) opposite the Southeast ers for courtesies extended while get prompt attention and the best MASONIC. Ollxii corner of Court yard. I visiting Crab Orchard. of Lumber. v Ash'l'aud Lodge No. (HO meets 2rd Mon Are you paying for what yon are MT. VERNON, KY. Tor Infants and Children. day U tin. reading. ' Telephone Rates. From Mt. In the Danville convention, The Kind You Have Always Bought Vernon to Brodhead, 10 cts.; to C. C. WILLIAMS, Tuesday the name ot Col. W. J. NOTICE , Crab Orehard, 20 cts.; to Rowland LOCAL OTHERWISE. Miles, of Jessamine was with- Signature of C&jtffi&c&X Aotrney- To my customers: My house and Staudford 25 cts. tf drawn and Hon, G. M. Davison Mt. Vernon,"Ju Ky. aud many of the contents having was nominated by acclamation. A Bargain. Farm of 130 acres hy your dues to Signal. burned in the recent fire, I will BOffice ou 2nd floor About one month ago my child have to ask you to some in and set- east of Brodhead. House, of 8 brick on Church street. ' of .new A young man desiring to make Special' Fish's store for groceries. his board while attending ColleV which is fifteen months old, had tle with me. I will visit the city rooms good barn andontbuildibgs attention given to collections. Tillord Mize has returned trom giate Institute can do so by calling an attack of diarrhoea accompanied In a few days to buy my fall and 500 bearing fruit trees. Under .Ffanklort. by vomiting. I gave it such reme- winter stock and will need all that fence and well watered. Address on Misses Mattie and Lena b G. W. McCLURE, E. B Brown was up on a visit Tessie Roberts, and making arrangements to dies as are usually given in such is due me. Thanking you for past cases, but as nothing gave relief, ipatr6nage I hope to be able to se- 45- this week. Brodhead, Ky. look after chores, etc we sent for a physician and it was cure a good share of your trade in is in from LexingMt. Vernon, Ky. John Jones County Judge of Jackson, L. P. under his care for a week. At this Jhe future. Respectf ullj , ton on a visit. All business entrusted to my care Hay. No. i Timothy baled bay for time the child had been sick for a Ella Baker. will receive sprompt attention. Is now Johnson murdered his wife and Afternoon passenger train sale. Orders filledpromptly by A, committed suicide last Monday about ten days and was having due here at 2:27. H Bastonrt Crab Orchad. Write Office on Second floor of new brick operations of the We are now located since the fire, near Welchburg. The deeds weie about twenty-fiv- e on Church street. for prices.' Born to the wife of G. W. Rick- - committed bowels eve: y twelve hours, and we InVvVhite & Krueger's brick - store with a Winchester rifle. " ert. near Cove, a boy. '"' -' T .. Both died almost instantly. Fami weie convinced that, unless it soon room uear the Christian church .'A7.J '.t-- l R. G. WILLIAMS, It is reported that Pate Langford ly troubles is supposed to be the obtained .relief it would not live where we are prepared to wait upon These duns mean you, ij yon Ls low with consumption. cause. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and pijsgfriends and customers with a owe on subscription. full slock of drugs, etc. Would be Diarrhoea Remedy was recom Clontz's mill will locate turee MT. VERNON. KY. Rev. and Mrs. L. M. Scroggs mended, and I decided to try it. pleased to have all our old as well miles South of this 'place. have returned from their Eastern I soon notieed a change for the bet- as new patrons to call upon us Jim McPiierson went to Liviug- - trip and are making extensive interFor Sale A M, C. &. D. N. Williams. ter; by its continued Use a comstoti in the varnished cars. est in the Aunt Polly Hiatt farm, preparations for opening school at plete cine was brought about and Apply at this office. Rev. Scroggs it is now perfectly healthy. C, L, Andy Baker has contracted for the Institute. If you are a subscriber preached in two of the Brooklyn Boggs, Stumptown, Gilmer Co., signal you can get the Weekly lumber to rebuild his house. anDispatch fd'r ' 50 cts. PRACTICAL W, Va. For sale by M. C. and D Louisville Lewis Jones in hospital corps of churches and had a call from other while there. Commercial, N. Williams. 40 cts. EMBALMER Ith Regiment is on a furlough. " Courier Journal, STANFORD, KY. : I The best and cheapest candy on We understand that the Town Ponce, (twice a week) 25 cts. 'Stock Complete. Telegraph 6rd Porto Rico, on board earth made daily at S. W. Davis. ' Trustees have agreed that if the Post, Daily, $1.75 ers a Specialty. Transport Hudson in the Bay, Cincinnati Inquire cts John Gentry has returned to persons ordered to put down side 50 Aug. 3rd. iiimnrntiumii j....-- ., ...... ...,.. ., Camp Corbin after a shot furlough walks, do not comply with the Editor Mt. Vernon Signal: Chattanooga, Farm & Trade 25 cts DR. A. G. LOVELL, tf. here. order by their next meetiug that We jwent aboard of transport, Pays for the the the work Physician and Surgeon, i V. P. Freeman is in fiom Corsi-can- and Town will contractthe proper- Wednesday, Aug, 3rd and arrived assert their lien on in the harbor today at 10 a. m. MT V HNON, rY Texas, visit iug relatives Twice-a-Wee- k Attention Gentlemen, ty for the amount of the walk when The Hudson is a freight vessel here. Oilicc North Bide Main street and Tailor made rothes at "hand me completed. filthy to ship stock in. There down" prices suits to order lrom top Mrs. Nancy Proctor is visiting were improvised bunks constructed $8.50 up pantaloons $2,50 up fit the family of J. N. Reynolds at The RocKcastle County Medical in the freight rooms; aud the air Pittsburg. Society met at Livingston, Wednes- was so foul that our sick list is large and satislactioiv t guarauted ask to ONE WHOLE FAIR I A.E. Albright HA. 0. Agee has moved to the day, Aug. 31st. Members present-- Altogether the trip was hard. Our see samples. Brodhead Ky. HUGH MILLER 106 six or eight page papers sent Drs. Benton, Clark aud rations consisted of coffee, crackers property he bought of J. B. Owens, were: near Cove. Postpaid by mail. Almost Gaudy, of Brodhead, Dr. Penning- and canned beef. The sea sick HEADQUARTERS FOR For Sale Or Exchange. Farm ton, of Mt. Vernon; Drs. Cooper, ness put the men in such a condiYou will find all kinds of fresh of 30 acres, 3 room house, 4 miles COMMERCIAL MEN. candy made daily at S. W. Davis' Pettus gnd Lucus, of Livingston. tion that but few could eat. There of War Those present were royally enter- was a small supply of eatables on East of Brohhead. Good Orchard, fcarPorter at .all trains. -- e itvbasement brick hotel. tained by Mr. and Mrs. Cooper. board for sale but the quantity was 2 springs, good water. 20 acres in Courier-JournThe a Mrs. Ella Agee, near Cove, who mi imiMm Next meeting will be at Brodhead so small that they sold 'for any cultivation. Under good fence, has the finest war news service has been suffering with luug troYtb-- ; in good condition. Good ground. in October. of any paper in the South or West. price. Canned peaches advanced lelfor some time, is 110 better. Also the S. A. Coyle full stilling It is a reliable, accurate, incomfrom 35 cents per can to $y. pears J H, Lynn, one of our best LIME All other issues havt The Collegiate Institute will $1 per can; lemons 50 cents each; outfit. Boiler ana all. Will sell parable. for larger farm or been subordinated to this one great sc tool teachers from near Hansford, Manufacturers open school next Tuesday. Miss matches 5 cents each; whisky fiom or exchange andjot in town. g: ye this office a pleasant call Sat-u- i of Limn and brick. r feature. Subscribe at once and will take charge of the $5 to $8 per pint. A common house Maei Miller Mrs. Martha Jones. lay last. keep thoroughy posted. The offer They also furnish Lime, Building Music Department. Two others peach pie would bring $1 as fast as may be withdrawn in a short time. Stone, either quarry face or cut. 464t. be produced. W. B. Whitehead is rushing are expected to be added to the they could Bu,t aside The low price, Orders promptly filled. th ngs at his haw mill. Bob Mc-if- e Facultyac an earl) date as nego- from the ill conveniences and poor rrbu furnishes the logs, Mr. V. tiations are ou footfor that purpose eating, we had good weather for The Rev. W. B. Ccstley, of A YEAR. does' the. rest. Young men as well as ladies will our trip; smooth water until Mon- Stockbridge, Ga.while attending for the purpose of placing a great find this institution well equipped day, Aug 8th, when ,a heavy gale to his pastoral duties at ELeuwood, Jviu.ii in town at Court, Call on in and the sea was extremely that state, was attacked by cholera newspaper twice a week, within; S W Davis and get soup and lunch for teaching all the useful branches set -A good should take advantage of this rough for 2.4 hours. Our Regi- morbus. He says: Jiy chance I the reach of the masses. and 01 an kinds in basement opposite Sample opening ment came in two Transports, 650 happened to get hold ot a bottle of commission to agents. MADE BY opportunity to enter the ou each vessel. 1 understand just Chamberlaiu's Colic, Cholera and copies free. Write to or as soon thereafter as possible. H. C. 9- A. Riddle COURIER-JOURNACO., was fire d on from go right into Diarrhoea Remedy." and I think it jas soon as we land-wLouisville, Ky. ambush on Brindle Ridge a few battle; as they are fighting between was the means of saving my life. CLIMAX. da(s since and received an ugly MT. VERNON SIGNAL, nan. There are It relieved me at out. For sale Ponce and San J GOOD voi nd m the side. two hospital ships here iii the har- by M. C, and D. N, Williams. the aud the Where! oh, where!! is Melviii bor, and at this writing are taking Jjisses Sallie Linton, and May Journal Garrett? Fos, after an extended visit to some wounded on board that have H. II. REYNOLDS Both.oue Year for Only. Midillesboro and this place, have J. T. Stephens was in Mt. . Ver- - jus.t arrived from the battle field. We are well protected by battle to their Louisville homes. uou, Saturday. retired Twenty-eigh- t ships in the harbor. I understand years xperience in Miss Laura Young is visiting the .win street has been macada-mizja battle is going on about 20 miles the business. Horse shoeing va auu "screened from railroad family of James Simms. This is for cash subscriptions from shore. If not killed or dis- pecialty. Also genei J "black- crowing to Gnifiu's mill, a number Sidney Simms was one of T.'J. f.oUrc(l will write twain when ;I Horseshoeing, all 'round, 50 cents. only. All subscriptions under this smithing. ot'n4w sidewalks nut down and a Cress' coutest last Friday. Everything futnished. Best nails combination offer must be sent . r;ach shore, , , Richmoud Street, Mt. Veruou, geDral improvement is going on. through the Signal office and shoes ussdi M. F. Ukinkley. Abney & Co'.s' shhigle mill Mt Vernon Signal. , Phil-lipp- s. on-dr- -- -- to-ni- , first-clas- s sTl'DaVis Venon, y well-know- New-com- PHYSICIANS SURGEONS -- CASTOR A -- at-La- w, ' JSri .J New-com- Attorney atL,a w, ?.' ' .Q tf t ' ICJ.I.. - -. -'- . 4- rl Attorney- atJL,aw, one-twelf- th J. C. McClary UNDERTAKER. l SO a. V CourierJournal Miller House, A Daily Record Twice-a-week News. al MT. VERNON COMPANY .1 tf v. xlt, r l 41 51 50c WAGONS Gentry, ARE AS Court-hous- e. - e L . AS Twice-a-Week.Couii- U Blacksmith, tirodhoad, Ky - $1.25 BEST w k ' f b "i Ky. ' .V u I Ik A Ocnnan has just coVpleted a bicycle the Democrat, Grand Itaplds, that has one wlincl nine feet in diameter. for riotnre o( Fromtho Michigan Soldiers' Home, Mich. Two people ride it one on each side of tho The Present liemnnd At in Grand Army nnd Navy Olllccrs Upon rich, pure, nourishing blood by tak- monster wheel. It runs as easily as a small Rapids, lives Sergeant Kichard Dunn, hale Other I'lctnrcs. and hearty, although he carries the scars of ing Hood's Sarsaparilla, and you will be er bicycle because of its scientific construe icveral wounds stistnined in some of tho free from tlione spells of despair, thoso lion. The scientific formula of Ifostetter's battles of the Civil Wur. In recounting his slccplcaa nights and anxious days, those Stomach inHitlers is tho reason of its great making the weak strong, and in At an establishment where photo- experience to a reporter, Mr. Dunn said: virtues gloomy, deathlike feelings, thoso sudden curing most of the every-daailments of "About a year and a half ago I began to are starts at mere nothings, thoso dyspeptic mon and women. If your health is poor, graphs of celebrities of sold It was have trouble with my stomach. My suffer laid that tho pictures United States ing was so intense that I tried different medisymptoms and blinding headaches. try a bottle. army and navy officers both sell well. cines and doctored with several physicians, Hood's Sarsaparilla has done this for Dewey's victory at Manila made him but without permanent relief. The IMk1(Iiik Scvcntj-Klrs- t. many others it will cure you. m rcaa an Out in S.ilt Lake City, when a paper speaks the favorlto at the outset of the war, Scvcnty-lirst- , nccount of one is in nnd almost everybody that buys photoof "the lighting Dr. Wll doubt whether the item refers to the regigraphs nnd there arc great numbers hams' Pink Santiago or some Is America's Greatest Medio Ino. (1; six for $5. ment now in venture. Yonkcrs man's latcat of pcoplo who do bought a picture of PillsforPale Statesman. matrimonial Pcoplo havAdmiral Dewey. Next to Dewey's the Hood's Plllscuro SIclc Ilcadacho. 25c. ing cured a Shnke Into Your Shocn best selling naval portrait has been cobo much a. powder for the feet. Allen's Foot-EasSampson, nnd then Schley's. Ilk o mine, It cures painful, swollen, nervous, smarting that of and I decidfeet and instantly takes the sting out of Commodore Watson's picture has been ed to give eorrfs.nnd bunions. It's the greatest comfort very popular. Capt.Slgsbec's picture sold them a trial, discovery of tho age. Allcn'sFoot-Easemakc- s well at the beginning of tho difficulties which I did. tight or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain with Spain. There are naval captains, tit cure for sweating, callous and hot, tired, achtaking five ing feet. Tru U ((Midi. Bold by nil drmrglsts Philip nnd others, whose pictures aro boxes I was and slioo stores, 25c Trial packago PUKE. good sellers. On the day after he took cured. I Address Allen S. Olmsted, Lc Roy, N. Y. Merrlmac Into the entrance of Santhe never felt to rk A Jrbundcd Soldier. better than tiago harbor and sunk her there a great A bargain is something you don't want, demand set in for Naval Constructor I do now, even la my younger days. I am J' ' 11 'izvTN bought with money you taii't afford to naturally, a robust man, but that stomach picture, and It continues trouble, together with rheumatism, which sppnd, because ou think it is worth moro Hobson's than it cost. steady. afterward Bet in, were making fast inroads and am it There is some demand for pictures1 of upon my health but nIshortsatisfied thatmy would have been time before Liberty is sometimes misconstrued to a, nwuy tho Spanish naval officers, Admiral comrades would havo been conducting the mean the right of sonic to take 'ii' ' Capt. Eulntc and others. This is regulation funeral ceremonies over my rerights of others. L. A. W. lliillctin. had I not chanced to l largely a business demand from mngn-zlne- s mains, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.read of and taken and newspapers that buy the pic1 "There are several others in the home who tures for purposes of illustration, but are taking thctc pilla and nre receiving great IUCIIAKD DUN!n. benefit." there are some pictures of Spanish offSubscribed nnd sworn to before me, this icers sold to private purchasers and col- 1st day oPNoV;, 1897. HENUY GIBSON, Notary Public. lectors. .Sergeant Dupn is perfectly willing ' Tho three best selling portraits of anyono should write him in reference tothat I ll oV ' I his United States army officers arc those case, provided stamp is enclosed for reply. W AH the elements ncccstary to give new Miles and Mcrritt; Shaftcr of Shatter, Hi being, if anything, a little ahead in the life and richness to the blood and restore connre contained in 4 jw list, and Miles coming next. There was shattered nervesDr. Williams' Pink a Pills. (A densed form in !? ... Aalt vour doalor to lot you co them. great demand for Gen. Lcc'b picture, They are'also a specific for troubles peculiar 6P and it still sells. Col. Roosevelt's pic- to females, such as suppressions, irregulariIn men they ties forms ture Is nn excellent seller. Gen. Fran- cure and all nrlsing of weakness. worry, overfrom mental cases SHOOT cis V. Green's picture also sells well, as work or excesses of whatever nature. y Feed Your Nerves The niRKcat Illcycle In the Wnrlsf. PHOTOGRAPHS OF CELEBRITIES TOLD BY THE SERGEANT. A Matties Critic. "That's a mighty good band," said Tommy Tucker, who was up in a tree listening to the afternoon concert at the park. "How many mesicianers is they?" asked Benny, who was lying down in the grass. "They' 20," nusewered Tommy, "an' they;s a feller that stands up in front of 'em, bcatin' a stick up an' down and tryin' to bother 'cm, but they don't pay no attention to bun." Chicago Tribune. jKCCp 7 i Hood's Sarsaparilla He And am I really and truly the first man you ever kissed? She Why, of course, you ore, stupid. "Stupid! Why do you call mo that?" "Because you nre not original. At least a dozen men have asked me the very same question." Chicago Evening News. Lncked Originality. IcoimhliKjl , I"SIMPSON'S"l a PRINTS 8 Aftcr Just tho ! luce for n Ilrldnl Trip. Tnko n cm Iso to Picturesque Mackinac Island, POO miles of lake rldo. nnd it only costs $17 from Cleveland, 115 from Toledo nnd fl'J.W.) from Detroit, round trip, including meals and berth New Steel Steamers. Send 2c. for illustrated pamphlet. A. A. Scunntz. O. P. A.. I). & C, Th Coast Line, Detroit Mich. Oh, please don't tease me to sing. I'm so hoarse that I can hardly make n Kound. He Yes, I know. TTiatVwhy I think this would be a good time to have it over with. Chicago Evening News. She Ad-dro- ss lining of your throat and lungs. It Is better than wet feet to cause bronchitis and pneumonia. Only keep it up lone cnouen and vou will succeed in reducing your weight, losing your appetite, bringing on a slow fever and making everything exactly right for the germs of con' sumption. Stop coughing and you will get well. .We know of nothing better to tear the Poor Girl. Jl TU-Uit- v W Aprs Cherry pectoral cures coughs of every kind. An ordinary cough disappears In a single night. The racking coughs of bronchitis are soon complete! mastered. And, if not too far along, the coughs of consumption are- - completely cured. Ask yonr druggist for one-o- f Cer-vcr- Jut fg cents nnd samples of Salzcr's Red Cross (80 Bushels per acre) Winter Wheat, Rye, Oats, Clovers, etc., with Farm Seed Catalogue for 4 cents postage. JOHN A. SALZElt SEED CO., La Crosse, Wis. K Dason What sort of a policy doyou thfnk Spain ought to nilopt now? Mason Accident, fire, marine and as many other kinds of policy as she can lay hands on. N. Y. Journal. The Maidservant "Prtfessor, madam has just returned from her journey." Professor "Remind me by and by to give her a kisa."-Tit-- Bits. . Wheat 10 Cents n. Hnahci. now to grow wheat with big profit at 40 In Jnh Lot. U lJ) WASH PERFECTLY. Winchester ioapht 9 HOT 6UN SHEU IT-- K r' x is duo not only to tho originality and simplicity of tho combination, but also to tho caro and" skill with it is manufactured by scientific processes Used bvAlltiieQwmpion Shots. known to the Caxifoiima Fio Svhop fttt. Send Name on a Postal quo. Co. only, and wo wish to Impress upon rOff 152 MCE fUUSTPAUD Qtalogue. all Uie importance of purchasing tho truo and original remedy. As tho inchkterRepeatingbms (jj? genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured IBOh'ihXKnwtvz Atmrftmy.GcwY by tho Caufoiinia Fio Syrup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless H t? I imitations manufactured by other par-tic- s. 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LAIIOItATonv, H) W Jnttton Bu. Chicago, .OZO.NK ing them, and it docs not gripe nor Ffte Best BOOK t? WARS1 nndnurap-- nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, plcaso remember tho name of tuoinly IlluMr.ucd (prlrrfi), rrrrlo anybodyaondhu; I wo annual feulif.rr'pt font, at $1 each to tuo Overland -- amplo Overland Cc. .the Company Monthly. BAN HKANC:S Dropsy. Conftttpa .CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. BRIGHT'S disease withi.uyspcp&ia or ijivcr Cam-Fokkia BB TUB EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS B letter free. Addrcu Salisbury riiarmacy.Corry, Ia. to 21 weoksby U. Complaint, can burelv bo cured In A. llush.M. I. consultation by SAN FKAJNOISCO, LOUISVILLE. Ky. Oal. NEW TOItRT, K.T. IffffffffffffffffffifiWI r l(v l M ""V M !' M" K ar Columbus discovered America but I have discovered BATTLE AX I L There is a satisfied glad I've got it- - expression on the faces of all who discover the rich quality of tobacco It is an admirable chew fit for an Admiral, In no other way can you get as large a piece of as good for JO PLUG guns, which completely commanded A shower is distressing to wheelmen, but the approach. The men were unwilling to expose themselves to certain the man with a home ought to welcome a death, when Arthur dimming, care- driving rein. L. A. W. Bulletin. fully dressed In full uniform, stepped forward to the middle of the bridge. NO WOMAN IS EXEMPT. It was immediately swept by the fire of the battery. When the smoke had Regularity Is a matter of importanco rolled away there stood Cuiuming in- In every woman's life. Much pain is, brushing the dust from however, endured in tho belief that it tact, carefully his boots, after which he stood erect, is necessary and not alarming, when fixed a single glass In his eye, and in truth It is nil wrong and indicates looked back at the men. This was too derangement that may causo serious much, and they captured that bridge trouble. and, battery with a whoop. San FranExcessive monthly pain itself will cisco Argonaut. unscttlo tho nc.rvcs and make women Cnrlonn Engine Tent. old before their time. Engineers judge of the condition of Tho foundation of woman's health is their machinery by the tone it gives a perfectly normal nnd regular perout while running. Every engine, formance of nature's function. Tho whether stationary or locomotive, has statement wo print from Miss Gera particular tone of its own; the en- trude Sikes, of Eldrcd, Pa., is echoed gineer becomes accustomed to that, in every city, town and hamlet in this and any departure from It at once ex- country. Read what sho says: " Dear Mrs. Pikkiiam: I feel Hko a cites a suspicion that all is not right. The .engineer may not know what 1 new person slnco following your adthe matter; he may have no tar for vice, and think it is my duty to let tho music, but the change in the tone of nnliltn bnnw thn rrnnrl vmir remedies his machine will be at once percepti- j have done me. My troubles were pain ble, will be Instantly recognized, nnd ful menstruation and lcucorrhcca. 1 will start him on an immediate tour was nervous nnd had spells of being American. of Investigation. confused. Before using your remedies I never had any faith in patent medicines. I now wish to say that I never THE MARKETS. had anything do mo so much good for painful menstruation as Lydia E. Plnk-ham- 'a CINCINNATI. AUJ. 3tt LrvKSTOCIC-nattlo.eomm- on. 3 11 ftlft) Vegetable Compound; also would 4 SS Select butchers & 4 00 say that your Sanatlvo Wash has cured DAI.VES Fair lo iiood light. . 6 25 js a 7i ( 3 IS i mo of leucorrheca. I. hopo these few 3 10 4 10 Mixed packers words may help suffering 5vomen." 3 00 w 4 10 I.leht Hhlppers 3 40 feUW SIIEBl' Choice Tho present Mrs. Pinkham'3 experi,... dtfl ai75 I.AMIIS ence in treating fomalo ills is unparall'LOUK-Wln- tcr 2 T family 66 2 03 67V4 4ft UKAIN Wheat No. 2red,ncw leled, for years sho worked side by (ft 01 No. 3 red.. , 31 aldo 5vith Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, and. Cft Corn -- No. 2 mixed & 22 Oats No.2 for sometime past has Ryc-N- o.2 47 a 8 00 of tho correspondence had solo chargo department of HAY Prime to choice, lift 0 02W PKOVIsIONS-Me- si Pork her great business, treating by letter 4ft & 02 Lard Pritno steam as many as a hundred thousand ailing 11 HUTTKIt-Cholce dairy 20 Prlmo to cholco creamery.. women during a singlo year. 2 CO 2 50 APPLES Choice to rancy All suffering women aro invited to 75 per bbl.... 1 60 POTATOES-Nc- w, writo freely to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, CHICAGO. Mass., for advice about their health. 3 75 rr.OUR Winter patent....., 3 03 HOGS-Com1 to reply. He is not an eloquent man nt any tunc, and he is extremely shy; but he had written out a graceful speech of acceptance, and he stepped forward confidently nnd received the banner. 'Indies," he began, in a Fourth of July voice, "Ladies, we will accept this flag. Ladies, wewe will accept this flag." Here his color forsook him. He had forgotten the hest of his speech. One trembling hand sought the pocket of his blouse. The manuscript nil gonr. ."Ladies," he began again, desperately, very. Arllmr Cnmmliip;' Urn a gulping kind of When the attack was made on Sidon, with accept .tlnj flag, and,gasp, "Ladies, we will nnd. during the war with Syria, It became awfully font, don't you know." and thanks And after all, I dare say the impromptu Hrltlsh troops to adnecessary for the was quite as vance ncross a long, unprotected had prepared, effective as the nddrcs he doesn't like bridge, in the face of a battery of six to talk about it.but the captain Post. y'ashington does also that of Oen. Frederick I). Grant; nnd there Is a good demand for pictures of Col. John Jacob Astor. Taking them all together, there nro some hundreds of photographs of army and navy officers on sale, nnd there Is morcior less demand for all of them, for use in Illustration, and from collectors, ndmirerB and friends. Of collectors of photographs thcro nre many. Some collectors buy miscellaneous pictures; some buy only along special lines. There arc collectors, for example, who buy only kings nnd queens, with perhaps princes nnd princesses added; some buy only actors and actresses, and, it may be, confine their collections to certain lines of tho nctor's art; there are collectors who gather only photographs of musical composers, and soon. Heroic action may cause a greatly Increased demand for pictures of persons unknown; comparatively hitherto death may cause an Increased demand for pictures of persons widely known. X. Y. Sun. THE CAPTAIN'S SPEECH. It 5Vn clili-ill-y To Cure it Colli In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money it it fails tocure. 25c. People who don't know what they want, are harder to please than those who do know and can't have it. Ram's Horn. IntercntlnRly Ilrlef nnd Dt-to the Point, Hut Unaat- Ufnutory to the Orator. One of the volunteer companies recently at Camp Alger possesses u beautiful new which was made nnd presented by a A fiddle is nbont the only thing on earth number of patriotic women in the Pennsylvania town from which the company conies. that is better second hand than new. Washington (la.) Democrat. It was presented just before the company marched away or htcamed away, to be acIlRll'M Catarrh Cnxe curate and the presentation was the occasion of much ceremony. Tho company was U taken Internally. Price 75c. drawn up m a long lint "company iront," 1 believe, is the military term lor n and u Fear is so it can see what very charming young lady read a very does not exist. L. A. W. Bulletin. charming and somewhat lengthy address, which contained a great deal of Hon cry language. The captain was "it" then, and bad tlag, sharp-sighted We think Piso'a Cure for Consumption is the only medicine for Coughs. Jennio Pinckard, Springfield, III., Oct. 1, 1891. Pectorat Plasters m It will aid the action of the Cherry Pectoral. If yon have any complaint what-er- ar and desire tho belt medical ndrlce jrou can nosslblr obtal writ a us frriT. Ybu wllfrerelre prompt reply that maybe of great vamti in Tnu. Annrrvs. Uli, tl. V. AlUl, iiOmiU JU3I9. A Beautiful Present ptTiNvcThrol QtmiNocooxMC1' Ism rouwi or TM3 i Ka EQfl m(H wiu. oo way .fc. ,ujilVi". JUCJTtMKGCRIRDfCt FREE for a few months to alt users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron Brand). To induce you to try this brand of starchso that you may find out for yourself that all claims for its superiority and econ omy are true, the makers have had prepared, at great expense, a series of four GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the $io,ooo originals by Muville, which will be given you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion of adverthing 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. I ELASTIC STARCH has been thb standard for as years. MILLION packages of this brand were sold last year. That's how good it 'is. ASK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Starch. Accept no substitute. TWENTY-TWO How To Get Them: All purchasers of three 10 cont or six Scent packases of Elastic Starch (Flat Iron Jlrand), aro entitled to re colro from their grocer ono of thpso beautiful Oams Plaques free. The nlaquos will not be sent by mall. They can bo obtained only from your grocer. Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. Do not' delay. This offer is for a short tlmo only. ' AOOC000CK0OOCCKOCCOOC HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS SEPT. 6 SEPT. 201 OCT. 4 OCT. 18 ticket read over the Theso ar very low-rat- e ii b fiTi n tljTm 1 1 1 OKAIN Wheat No. 2 red No. 3 Chicago spring CORN No. 2 OATS No. 2 PORK -- Mess LARU-Stc- am 62 8 15 5 10 3 70 73J 3D 4ft 08 05 30W 20?2 8 l0 6 I7tf 4 cents. Demember the name Ti m. r when you buy again. m ii HlWtlWWWI an lit mi m ran NEW YORK. FLOUR Winter patent WHKAT-N- o. 8 red ,... CORN -- No. 2 mixed KYE OAT.i Mixed PORK Now mesa. , LARD Western HALTIMORE. FLOUR-F.im- Biliousness tlmo without them. I have used them for some com- for Indigestion and biliousness and ant now one. every Sletely cured. Recommend them, to them In you will novor bo without Edw. a. Minx, Albany, N. Y. tho family. tho days on which you can buy round-tri- p Excursion Tickets to NEBRASKA and other points in the West, Northwest and Southwest, good for 21 days. Stop on your way and see the GREAT EXPOSITION AT OMAHA. 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FLOUR Winter patent GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red Oats No. 2 Ccrn No. 2 No. 2 mixed 29tf 20ft 3 75 07 4 une.t iinuipholil t hiinir nud,. A linn A Nickel-mateelllnu 81 a Camera, dKimei. W.itcli for premium. booka. e ami other a Vou Z Ziuldre and wo will forward tho bltiltie. tnil a you tell It. Special raili don't 1it for It until prlie offer 1" our Premium Ltt. Prennn-n- i ore Bflrtt'tlaiiantiwn'tthwpjMnntvoii. Th XnpBl)too 9 0 Company, Dpt. X. 113 Colambai At.., Eoaton. Kui. B Iaki EAUTIFUL EASILY now. rich bldbJ, COMPLEXIONS BY USINC OBTAINED ppahh m nw nnMPi FiMN . tari ft? l.-.e- r 09 ca 3.1 Pleasant. Palstable. Potent. Taste Oood. Do Qood, Novor Blckoa, Weaken, or Qrlpe, 10c, Sic, C0o. BttriUr I 1 rimorn all klemlihti, inch aa l'lmplea, JIlucUlieniM, frecklri, etc. . C3w-oOn. liarmleM.anil a Xowlai-vr la month' treatment 11 00 by mall. AdJreuall X.A.IXM3H XSZtLIJO CO., Alton, III. DISCOVERY; fflo.i a quick relief and curci wont Bend for book of trtlnionaln and lOilaya tuoi. treatment 'rs. Or.U. U.UiUiMS035,lu..u,Tu. raDnDCVGVV Uju.J u3 r..- - , Jr' Mixed Oats Mixed PORK Mess LAUD Steam Corn ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Chlraro, MHitr-i- l. 21 10 00 6 75 HU ff.w T.rb. 3tl na.Jr Cpi7. Sold and guaranteed by I U'lAU guts w OUKG Tosacco alldriur l!illltfi WHfUf All IISF F1IIK. tS Tutesdood. IS Best libugb Syrup. by druKgln. Sold CsJ Use A. N. K.- -E 1724 In time. WHE.V WK1TINU 19 ADVKKTIH1.KIS plete atate tUt yon taw tbcj AdvortU" tent la tnli paper. ...a ''Ai i f it-- .&: ? &' V, f A,M ''.u-w-r-v.. 1 rrwigBfllmiaii L.iilWiiti.Mr "BBwfti".. iJ.m, JKv'TBsP it r t.. S7 .