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McKin-le- y MINEEXPLOS10N A EIGHTEEN PEOPLE Veteran nt Cincin- Welanmed unci Citizens. Secretary After nml President Visit Caini) Wlkoir. by Soldier After a Careful Kxamlimtlon the President Left Camp SatUflnd That the Siok Are n Well Cared for as They Could lie In a Field Hospital. beautiful without .being picturesque and is certainly as healthful a camp location as could be found in the eastern country. "While the conditions aro as good as could reasonably be expected iu the circumstancos oven better than I ever knew them to bo in a camp a shade of . gloom is cast over tho encampment by the physical condition of the men. Sickness, suffering nnd dcatli mar what would otherwise be a magnificent military, picture. These conditions, however, aro not tho result of tho situation of tho camp itself, but of 'the terriblo campaign through which the troops have just passed. That campaign of Santiago will be memorable in the military history of the world. It w as wonderful both in its conduct and in tho results accomplished. Few military experts expected when tho campaign was inaugurated that sucli a success cpiVjd Tin nMilnvnri In tn .lmrt n. was a tremendous undertakings be gin a campaign In a tropicalcquntry (taring;, the rain season agalnstpos tlmi-""Tf- Washington, Aug. G. Secretary Al jjor, Uioroturncd late Saturday night from New York after his inspection tour through Camp WikofT at Montaul; l'oint with President McKinloy and several of the bureau ofllcials of the war department, commented Sunday night upon the conditions of the camp and stated the results of his visit The secretary said: "I feel certain, after a careful examination of Camp WikofT and a thorough investigation of its conditions, that ovcri'thlng possible is being done for the men, both sick and well, who are detained there. Tho camp is an admirable one the best, I think, cvor saw. Tho site is idcaL It Is Cincinnati, Sept. 0. Tho rousing reception of welcome given to Gen. J. P. S. Gobin, commander-in-chie- f of the Grand Army, by the veterans and tbe citizens committee Monday morning was one that will long be remembered by that official and his staff of officers, who arrived at tho Little Miami depot at 11 o'clock. Upon arrival there 100 picked Grand Army veterans wero lined up In open order, headed by tho Fulton Guards baud. A handsome carriage, beautifully decorated and drawn by four white, horses, conveyed Gen. Gobin from tho train to the Grand hotel, where his headquarters havo been located, lie was saluted "by the Grand Army veterans who were standing In open order, and tho band played patriotic airs to liven up tho occasion. Among the New York delegation are tho following from Auburn: Cot. K. R. Stiluell, Frederic Cossura, Mr. and Mrs. R. Warren. Dr. W. R. Laird, W. II. Clapp, .lohn Schilloy, John Thurer and J. II. Carnes. Frederic Cossum, out of the S2 encampments held, has nttcuded GO. Vessel, Wlille Kemovlngr Explosives, Uadly Damaged. of Water Hurled OH FeetJInto the Air and Debris mown evirai Uundred Feet Jllgh Work to lie Abandoned. i Ten Other Will Die as tho Iteault ot Collision Between Train and a Trolley Car. THE FARMERS' BANK knd TRUST COMPANY, STANFORD.KY. Bticeeseori to the .Lincoln JNauon&I OR Bank. S7 provision of its charter, depositors are as fully protected as an depositors In National Banks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par valus. thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may ad us Executor, Administrator, Trust or Receiver, as an Individual, A Column Nkw Onr.KANB, Sept 5. A lort St PhlHn (menial to tho Piearunc 6UVV. Whon the John R. Meigs hJSfhor forecastle blown off there wcrof six men hurled bv tho shock Int Mississippi river who never to tho surface. Three other; thrown into tho river vbu badlv lniuri not so prevent their climbing back ujwuu tho Contrary to the advices re boat did ceived Saturday night tho Moi2 not sink immediately. Disablcjjnsisho nnd w as, she was carried by tho a sun, wina to tno cast oaniviwjiuro her stern grounded and hwvbow 14 swung out and pointedwtibwn stream. Nearly everything otjvaiuo had been recovered before shejHirchcd off tho bank on which her stens,ed and plunged bow foremost iftto "the deep water of the channel. Thcjmen liurle d to death by tho dynamr!SSeyer A - KuA W saw tho mine that cxplodejJjpiyL'hc shock came when it was sevarol feet 7JjSSSv beneath the surface. The six men killed. Were: CaCTj. K. Starr, of Vlcksburg; Scrgt, JdhnNew-ma- n, .i Willett's Point, N. Y.;lt;ivato Pat Carloe, from the same plaiebTre-ma- n J. D. Malone;' Ralph Roj?rs,'COl-oreHarry Jackson, colored, j The wounded were D. II. 'Jieddicks and Fritz Koch. They are hjraJn,tho hospital. Pilot J. C. Davis hloU'tho d; r wheel at tho time of tho oxphjwonjand the flying frugments of thdjjtorpedo and the shattered steel doyJiftore tho pilot house to pieces. 3Ji;SU Thivis, gown. commandm:-in-ciiie- f escaped unhurt-KhLlcuthowever, Henry Jervey was wlthijpft ".fow Tlarfield park, now Camp Garfield, "has decidedly the appearance of 'a mili feet of the pilot houseSiSSH ho tary camp Monday. morning. It is Oc too, was fortunate euough S& iape cupied by the Lieut .Tas. M. Lylso Unhurt t Night, -- WatchmnjwIj'runk Post No.' 128,tot Allegheny, Pa.Vrhcre . nwasSantlngaThat suc cess was achleveo'so soon and with a loss comparatively so small is due to the energy nnd ability of Gen. Shatter and his commanding ofllccrs nnd the dash, bravery and splendid fighting qualities of tho men of Gen. Shatter's corps. "The president was particularly solicitous about the condition of the men who aro ilL lie wont to Camp Wikoff to ascertain for himself whether the men in tho ranks needed anything thoy were not getting. Ills orders woro that they should want for nothing, but he desired personally to know whether these orders were being carried out. After several hours of patient investigation and carehe left tho ful examination camp satisfied that tho men were as well cared for as they could bo in a field hospital. He took no oflicial's word for anything. He had come to the camp to see for himself and his conviction ns to the conditions was readied only after he had come in personal contact with those conditions. In tho hospitals ho went from ward to ward, almost from cot to cot, stopping every few seconds to talk to the sick men and cheer them with a kind expression or a grasp of the hand. It was an experience not soon to bo Success of the visit forgotten. as President McKinley made to Camp Wikoff Saturday is almost unique in tho mijltary annals. He went to the camp equipped with knowledge, judgment and experience to make an investigation, lie had served in tho camp and in the fiold himself and he knew just what ought to be expected in the circumstances. That he was reasonably well satisfied with the conditions as ho found thenvis in itself a guarantee that they are not far wrong. defended Found Ueud Cr.hVKiA.KD, In a Hotel. 'rr.w ot "Jj'nnci" lagoons oi veierai friends of the veterans. Lylse post '."" 32Si5ffiLi -- - irif Cohoes, N. Y., Sept 0. An appalling disaster occurred in this city. Shortly before 8 o'clock a trolley car of the Troy City Railroad Co. was struck by the night boat special of tho Delaware & Hudson railroad nt a crossing at the west end of the Hudson river bridge which connects this city with Lansingburg, and Us load of human freight was hurled into tho air. Eighteen of the 35 passengers are dead and at least ten of the remainder will die. The cars entering the city from Lansingburg were crowded with passengers returning from a Labor day picnic at Rcnsslaer park, a pleasure resort near Troy. Car No. 192, of tho the Troy City railroad, was tho victim of tho disaster. It came over tho bridge about 7:05 o'clock laden with a merry party of people fresh from tho enjoyment of the day. Fodr tracks of tho Delaware and Hudson road which runs north and south at this point, cross tho two tracks of the trolley road. The tracks of the street line tun at a grade from the bridge to the point where the disaster took place. In consequence of this fact and of the frequent passage of trains it has been the rule for each motor car conductor to stop his car and go forward to observe the railroad tracks and signal his car to proceed If no trains were in sight. It can not bo ascertained whether that rulo was complied with on this occasion, for all events prior to the crash are forgotten by those who were involved. ' The motor car was struck directly in the center by tho engine of the train, which was going at a high rate ot speed. The accident came without tho slightest warning. The car was upon tho tracks before the train loomed in sight and no. power on earth could have saved it. The motor-ma- n evidently saw the train approaching as ho reached tho track and opened his controller, but iu vain. With a crash that . for.jlblbclcsitho' cntrino wns lif-ar- M ' "I a Condition of the Farmer Bank and Trust Co., Stanford. Kentucky. December 3it i8g6. RESOURCES: Dther Stocks and Bonds Overdrafts Duo from Bunks Banking ZIouse and Fixtures Cftth Notes and Bills J302.015.2l 202 41 48,239 28 6,400 00 25.593.20 1337,013,00 4 &? v LIABILITIES: l.Mi.82 Capital Stock Surplus Fund Individual Deposits Duo to Banks. ., IMO.OOaa 19,433.44155,60-1.0- - 12,04&4( t3S7,'043.M DIRECTORS: J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon. J. S. Owsley, Stanford. 3". B. Owsley, Stanford. William Gooch, Stanford. S. H. Shanks, Stanford. S. J. F. Cash, Stanford. A. W. Carpenter, Stanford. W. H. Cummins, Lincoln County. J. Embry, Stanford. I r J. E. Lynn, Stanford. J. N. Mcnefce, Stanford. a H. SHANKS, l8"We solicit all they will receive prompt attention. President. J, B. OWSLEY, Cashia W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. having business in bank to call or write ns, anil J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier V fl BUSINESS EDUCATION Is absolutely necessary to tho younjr man or young woman who would win success in life. This being conceded, it is of the first Importanco to get you vramiu ub tiic icuuui iiiui. bbauiu iu wiu very iruni ruuic uio Bryant & Stratton Business College, ILOTJISVII.Tl.E, KY, Shorthand, l JBoo7c7ceeping, Wrlfefor'baulifnrbbokffivlng-teatlmonlals'frBrdRrHdnatesTjcBj- t Telegraphy, 17J f, jl;; ' r i--i - has attended every encampment but one and always carries its own tents nnd own band. Hundreds of veterans Monday vis ited Fort Thomas and were well pleased with the camp. The 1,100 tents for the use of visiting veterans at Camp Sherman wero filling up rapidly Monday morning. A few stragglers from various parts of the country dropped in Sunday. Sunday evening they began to arrive in greater numbers, and Monday morning Capt Sampson and his assistants in charge of the camp arrangements were kept busy assigning constantly arriving posts to the tents set apart for their use. There is a full corps of attendants for all purposes at the camp, including a hospital staff and Sept 5. S. Munsch, a well known architect of Pittsburgh, was found dead early Saturday in, the toilet room of tho American hotel. Deceased had been suffering from heart trouble and this in connection with tho intonsc heat is supposed to have caused his death. Mr. Munsch was CO years of age. He and two friends, Rev. J. G. Amschler, pastor of tho Latrona Lutheran church, and Iter. It. llarnor, rector of tho Klttan-iiln- g Lutheran church of Allegheny, Pa., were en routo to Mt Clements, O., Mich. Uajrard'4 Ccailtlon Critical. DhDHAir, Mass., Sept 5 Tho condition of Thomas J'. Bayard, former am- In the afternoon the camp was dedicated with appropriate ceremonies by Commander-in-Chie- f FollowGobin. Official saing was the programme: lute on arrival of Commander-in-Chie- f Gen. Gobin by Camp Sherman gun battery. Music America, MilPrayer, Rev. Davio II. itary band. Moore. Presentation of Camp Shern Gen. man to Commander-in-Chie- f by Maj. Jos. W. Wilshlre, chairman Cltins' Committee on' Camps. Acceptance and formal dedication of Camp Sherman by Gen. J. P. S. Gobin, commander-ichief pf the Grand Raising of Army of tho Republic. flag under charge of Capt. J. 1!. Sampson, commanding Camp Sherman. Music, Star Spangled Manner. There is little talk as yet concerning tho selection of a place for next year's encampment. It is understood that tho strongest bids will bo made by Denver and Pittsburgh, while Philadelphia and Kansas City stand ready to catch the plum if it falls their way. Most of the New York delegates favor Richmond, Va. Rr. Adm Kelly and staff, of the naval veterans, arrived at 7:30 a. m., and at 0 o'clock the naval veterans' harbor at Music hall was opened. Tho naval veterans' convention was opened at Sinton hall, Y. M. C. A. building, at 1 o'clock p. m., and a dog watch and CAPT. ALUnitT 3. BARKER. camp fire was held at Music hall Mon-Ja- y evening in honor of the naval (The New Commander of the Great tleship Oregon ) veterans and union Go-bin tent find himself in 'a hole gapag t tho roof and his bed jammed against tho wall by a pieco of the steel dec)c. Ho tho hole. climbed out through Lient. Jervey and Pilot (Harris wero also on the boiler deck. D. P. Roddicks was blown into tho A piece of steel went river. through his right forearm and another tore off a piece of his scalp. Knglnccr Layne was blown Into the river and escaped injury. Thero wero 19 people in tho boat when tho explosion occurred. The explosion occurred about eleven o'clock. It was noon when tho Meigs sank. Her entire forecastle was blown off and nothing but her crossing. The pilot of the engine was smashed water tight compartments prevented and amid its wreckage wero the maimher immediate sinking. A column of water was hurled 50 ed corpses of two women. The passengers of tho train suffered feet high into tho air and debris blown several huudred feet bigh. no injury in addition to a violent Portions of the torpedo and steel shock. The majority of tho passengers of deck fell on tho bank in front of rort St. Philip 1,500 feet from tho tho trolley ear wero young people, They included many women. scene of tho wreck Within ten minutes after tho colMaj. Quinn arrived at Tort St of tho population !) He stated lision fully one-hao'clock. Philip at that no more torpedoes would bo taken of the city wero surging about tho up. Tho work will bo abandoned. vicinity in an endeavor to ascertain if Thero are 10 still in the water. Maj. relatives were among tho unfortuQuinn and Lieut Jervey agree that nates. The injured woro taken to tho city the accident is inexplicable. It was hospital and to tho Continental knitimpossible for the torpedo to explode. ting mill, the former not having sufll-cieThe torpedo did explode. And that is arabulunce scrvico to care for the way they summarize the situation. all. i lf strucl? into"um ilglitcrvchicle. rho effect was horrible. The motor car nent positions all over the united States It will be mailed FREE. parted In two, both sections being hurled into tho air in splinter?. Tho mass of humanity, for the car was crowded to overflowing, was torn and mangled. Those In tho front of tho car mot with the worst fate. Tho force of tho collision was there exper. . ienced to the greatest degree and every Drugglits and Pharmacists. human being in that section of the car was killed. gl The scene was horrible. Bodies had been hurled into the air and their headless and limbless trunks were found in somo cases 50 fcot from the " vm p SkO? 1 u f MC.& D.N, WILLIAMS Mt Vernon, Ky. We carrv Drues, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fnncj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c Prescrip tions carefully compounded at an nours. Give us a call for goods usually kept in a s drugstore. first-clas- First National Of Capital Stock e Bis; Qui B B them Bat- and th queen mother started from this city Monday for Amsterdam, vhero the enthronement and coronation The route from tho tvill take place. Karl-steibassador to England, who is at to the railroad depot w as filled tlv3 home of his daughter, Mrs. palaco Warren, was critical Sunday. So pro- ,vith immense crowds of people, who nounced has been tho change in tho jave the young queen an enthusiastic a past two or three days that lt was jvatlon. Her majesty was attired in ivhlte satin gown, over which she wore thoaght tho patient wou'd not survive u white cashmere shawL aiany-dayn, s. Enthriinemerit of Queen Wllhelmlna. Wilhcl-mln- a TiiK Haouk, Sspt ueen Ilenult of u Court Martial. Washington, Sept. 5. Corporal Wm. L Ellington, Company K, 4th United States volunteer infantry, having bjon found guilty of a violation of the 21st, 22nd and 38th articles of war by a court martial convened at Fredericksburg, Va., was sentenced to dishonorable discharge and confinement in prison for threo years. Tlie man will be sent to St Francis barrockbSt Augustine, Fla., for confinement t . Tho corpses wero placed in boxes and taken to a neighboring mill shod. Many of them were unrecognizable. The crasli was frightful in its results. Headless women with gay summer dresses bathed in their own and the blood of others; limbs without trunks or any means of identifying to whom they belonged; women's and men's heads w itn'crushed and distorted features; bodies crushed and flattened these sights constituted a spcctaclo most horrible to behold. The train of the Delaware and Hudson road, immediately after the accident, proceeded to Troy. Tho engineer stated that ho did not see tho car until he was upon it Ho tried to prevent his train from striking the car, but his efforts were fruitless. His train was going at a very high rate of speed at the time. Ho was some minutes lato and was trying to make up lost time. In consequence of the caution taken by ths trolley road to ascertain if the tracks were clear at this crossing, the engineers of trains have always felt safe in running by nt a high rule of speed. Tho engineer says that tho first ho know that the car was coming was when it hoye in sight at the corner of tho street at which tho crossing is situated. He was but a short distance from tho car at tho time. It was utterly impossible for him to bring his train to a standstill Stanford, Ky. $200,000. It . 1 Surplus .523,100 "DIRECTORS" a J, W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Reii T. Harris, T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble. S. Hocker and M. J. Milicr. J. We solicit the accounts of the citizens oi Rockcastle and adjoining counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view to business relations, respectfully invited. JNO. J. McROBERTS, Cashic J. S. HOCKER, Pre M r, ( GO TO JONAS McKENZIE For Everytltfiic in Dru eooas, Giotnino, Boots ana snoe GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at Living Prices, , J fit 1' A "Jt M4sVUtWJI eL&. ZaT J Ai iiwTrsrvv"rt MW4w-- ti ' 1-- "4V wrfV f Htrmrvxxirrmrat tmnniammpiraMII K MiiNiiLWiwiniwninwwWTOwiw, fin email until uie ujinrng of the Master, ,W. Our efficient Miction w. is making rapid improvements He left nojcHldren. but a faithful and devoted wile to mourn his loss. here to the track. Old "Pennyrile" is a mighty (Ky. Register. good man Ed. The above deceased was born from Rrv. Kin Pike preached here and raised a mile and one-hatown. last Sunday. lf twmrmtijj'i' xMivr & y mnUT,ilq 3 Mt. Vernon Signal Friday, Skit g, 189S I : aRSON Painter Paper Hanger, .Mt Homestead' sfeBiteraff Vernon and Brodhead I I Ijil; s Published every Friday by JAMES MARET. : Colo, Murphy. Bain, Thompson and a dozen other drummers were at Frith Hotel in last few days. A Critical Time. During the Battlo of Santiago Kentucky. Will be pleased to give estimates . . .. aausiacuon Kuarameca. r 1 -- .. mMsmveM ''fflwkw&mm ira m SSlWMFf 1EwirC-i:?rciaxT-LJi' m"- - Bone Black' :.saSStiS rcKsar: "",. TSaSSaB"' "wl w'ArVZ 1 J) WMWm - Fertilizer ;t- - . r1 r Editor Maret was with us MonONK YKAK i SUBSCRIPTION , $I.OO day. Sick or Well, A Rush Night Advertising rates made known on A great deal of fertili7er is sold application and Day. here, which accounts for such large yields in grain crop this year. Farmers are making a rapid stride The Packers at the Battle of Satia- in the right direction. gole Cuba were all Heroes. TOR CONORRSS V. H. Pettus was "copyijig" in Their Heroic Efforts in getting dispatchers' office a few nights. Hon. G. G. GILBERT, Ammunition and Rations to the Front Saved the day. SHEI.HY. R. S. Martin reports a good bacco trade. to- Thousands Uso it! EVERYBODY LOOK. Dessicatcd 3one 2.70. Bag. I am selling the S'"ger Sewing Machine on easy terms and keep all Some dealers Experiment at the Farmers' Expense. Home'-'- " kinds of sewing machine needles oil stead people are old established business folks. bands, shuttles, and everything that belongs to a sewing machine. Always kept in stock and for sale by Will send needlcsby mall to any J. W. MOORE & A. E. ALBRIGHT, aho clean and repriir all kinds Brodhead, Ky. .c ol machines. You can see me here evervfutur'lay. W. M. Owens ' Mt Vernon Ky ! ad-iess- Tho Best and Surest. is Do You? For Wheat bround J.bU a. . w or LIVINGSTON.' J Gn.nr.RT, our next congressman opened his campaign at Richmond yesterday in a powerful meeting in which Gov. McCreary presided. He will speak here next Monday the 12I1, at Danville on the 19I1, Harrodsburg, Oct. 4, Lawrence-burg- , Oct. 17 and Lancaster, Oct. Davison is invited .to meet 24. him, but he will not accept, Interior Journal. CRAB ORCHARD. Mrs. Kate JMagee, of London, returned home Saturday. , jLJL 7 It' y H. J. Yantis, of was here last week on a visit to his W. A. Carson:" "Mr. Yantis is 92 years ,old and is yet hale and hearty. ' Mrs. YaiVtis was aged 77 when she died two'' years ago. This venerable cottplq raised a family of twelve children,- - all of whom are yet living and' eighty grand and great grand children all meThe numerous living, with one exception.. chanical devices that I have lately J. r. unaiidicr, tne snccesslul added to my watch and clock de 'auctioneer and oneortue mam stays partment, enable me to turn out ofBrodhead's successful., Fair's work very fast. Gold spectacle was mixing with his numerous frames neatly soldered; gold and jty. silver rings cut and soldered, made friends here Saturday. smaller or larger, &c, &c. of James Holman is Are you S. C. Franklin, the clever gentleman clerk in W. reading. Mt. Vernon, Ky. A. Carson's store. son-in-late the-juame Judge Lair, of Mt. Vernon, visited T. B. La it last week. John Mullins went to Frankfort Monday to accept position as guard at the Pen. Robt. Coffey and Gene Orndorf came home from Londou school Saturday night. Jim Sams was the guest of Miss Jude Owens Saturday afternoon. Messrs. Walter Saunders, Win. McKinney, Reuben Mullins, John Smith, and Bob Bishop are taking in the G. A. R. at Cincinnati. Miss Virgaline Ballard Is visiting friends in Cincinnati. Dr. Cooper made a flyidg trip to Crab Orchard Sunday. , No' P. E. Butler, of pack-trai- n writing from Santiago, De Cuba, 3, on July 23d, says: "We all had diarrhoea in more or less violent form, and when we lauded we had no time to see a doctor, for it was a case of rush and rush night and day to keep the troops supplied with ammunition and rations, but thanks to Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, we are able to keep at work and keep 0111 health; in fact, I sincerely believe that at one critical time this medicine was the indirect saviour of our army, ibi if the packers had not been able to work there would have been no way of getting supplies to the front. There were no roads that a wagon train could use. My comrade and myself had the good fortune to lay in a supply of this medicine ior our pack-trai- n before we left Tampa, and I know in four cases it absolutely saved life." The above letter was written to the manufacturers of this medicine, Co., the Chamberlain Medicine Desmoines, Iowa. For sale by M. C. & D. N. Williams, Mt.Veruon. When Your Horse Is Shod By fO'S til worn out. & ".DEALERS IN oi-no- TAYLOR SON HUiih vcr A Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at fair prices. ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. You nfav denend upon it that it r A has been done in a scientific manJJLUaV-J.WCO C111U. of ner and the shoes vrill stay on un- Blacksmith, ESTCASH. General Merchandise Old Main MT. VERNON, KY. ilotel Frith E. FRANCISCO, LocatVtl at Propr. the Depot?y-- . Brodhead Marble Works Ky W. II. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR MANUrACTURER AND Dl'AM'R IX Gbod W Brodhead, Livery Attached MeetjMl Trains, Day and Night. Traveling Men and Railroad ,men Solicited. Will fur isli lunches on all Trains!? 9. Monnumcnts and Tomb StoneHr Mt. y ml SIMn i.,.w ...-- diseases. pen 1:111 ... 1 Vernon Cgllegiate-Institut- r IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. tetir,a ia; raeum nzul Ov'S"m f hii-j;'.n Glut .'r'. Is Eve fmul berlMc vitjiomm MnliliMilarcHi'rps jc iih .. . lie o;icetlj' mu n.-i- ' o cunn K nho cm?" Itch, Ecnlu lipftd, poro l'p'rie, clmppcd linnrtK, ciinmic Pti vfff-- t liMtaauT ?') . Fall Session L. M- Openes eptenber1 6, i8oSf 4W paying for what yon arc pmuu! itwl liAi. Dr. I'a-JT'- barbor'i uc ur"' to.e cj TorX-- . 'l.i. u.l ior !'..-- Academic, Intermediate, aud Primary, Departments. Special Normal - K. kfs , USr Ben Kennedy, who has been ill BurihdIn a Stone Co vv in. so long, is better. , ( "Uncle" Stephen Langford, whose rrr laocit on your paper nc gives Miss Georgia Lewis critical illness was .'noted in our one of the date to which yon have paid. Lincoln's brightest teachers, is last issue, passed 'peacefully away Laok at, it now. Thursday night at his home, near AT MILLER HOTEL. teaqhing at Ottenheim. This place can exhibit the big- Clay's Ferry, aged 86. For some Entrance on Main Street. gest display of old safes of aiiv time his health had been gradually BSrUP STAIRS.-XB- n CT'sv? srsscSA IMPROVEDklnr ft!iWBn. declining and the end was not unnil town of its size in the country. OFnaiGHT expected. He was tenderly nursed 1ST PRHPAID. The poles have been distributed by his nephew, W. A. Langford, For this strle oyer to Ottenheim for the new who was much 'devoted to him and new hitch NOTICE am sewing telephone route and will soon be in to whom he left the bulk of his est&achlnewitb To my customers: My house all attach-tantworking order. war. in'XIiCliTII IMWirLTIL and many of the contents having tate, valued at' something like tasted 10 ears. If machine Is not tat some- burned in the recent fire, I will Deceased was The following places in town are $60,000. lsl.nctory in 30 dayi money will be renow connected with the telephone what noted for his eccentricity. have to ask you to some in and setfunded. Send cash with order. lie. exchange: Dr, Edmistou's office, He began life as a stone mason tle with me. I will visit the city scriptlve clrculat sent on applies Gover's livery stable, D. C. and by industry and economy ac in a few dayto buy my fall and uou. FayKc's store and Crab Orchard cumulated a comfortable fortune. winter stock and will need all that WHAVKS M'IP'O CO., SCO FOURTH AVC LOUISVILLE. KYW Springs. A number of others will He was an Ironside Baptist, an un- iS due me. Thanking you for past soon be placed. Toll station is at compromising. Democrat and a liv patronage I hope to be able to sePayne's store. ing exemplification of an honest cure a good share of your trade in MiW'H1i Hh 'ill rzmsrziijmzunm 'Miss Pearl Phillips has returned man. Some years ago, it is said he the future. Respectfully , EtLA. Baki:r. came across gaave burrowed into by from her summer vacation, 1 THE E1EW WAY. regrouud hogs and the body violated sumed her millinery business and WOMEN used tdken charge of the telephone ex- This so bore upon his mind that If you are a subscriber to think "fehe was determined .'to protect jhis signal you can get the Weekly rn a lo diseases " change. could only be remains, and accordingly he had Louisville Dispatch for 50 cts. treated alter .Henley Bastin js on the sick list made for hinisslf of Rockcastle ' examinaCommercial, 40 cts. tions" by physi'Prof. Milton Elliott opened the stone, a mammoth coffin, which " Courier Journal, cians. Dretd of public school Jicre Monday, A he had put. a.vay hi his buggy (twice a week) 25 cts. sucli treatment kept thousands of house for use when the summons good attendance is reported. ' Post, Daily, $t 75 modcit women should coine. Ar, the same time f llsnt about their Cincinnati Inquire 50 cts suffsrlrj.Tho Inhe had a monument elected to him- Chattanooga, Farm & Tiade 25 cts of troduction BRODHEAD. self on his place and lefr directions wlno of Cardul has no'v demontf. strated t'lat cf all the as to how he should be buried, cases of menstrual dlrord:rs do Mrs. Charley Shumate, ol Bloom-fiel- which were scrupulously carried r.ot require a physician's attention tt all. The slmpls, pure is veiling her grandma, Mrs out by his nephew. A large crowd Lear. assembled Saturday, to witness his r&.?.fifo. west strange b'ltrial.- - 'The., ponderous PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER . Miss Bertha Watson is visif'ng wejghjng- - . i,8oo sarcophagus. relatives in Lincoln count'. and -dressed by (Big- pounds taken In the privacy of a vornsn's FUNBKAL DlUKCTOU. J. II.. Hilton has returnedfrom own home Insures quick relirj and gejjstaff 8$ QftJhautf fuude;rtakeis, of ilt. Vernon, - - - Kentucky speedy euro. Women no i not Louisville where bought a large this city, was haulerc ot the grave hesitate now. Wine of Ca'dul restock of goods. quires no humllUInj; examinaon a slide drawn on' four big mules tions for Its adopMon, It Misses Lillie and Mattie Af- It' was loivered.by ir.ban.fi of cm in disease 'hat cornea undf r the head of "fernalo troubles" fright left Sunday for Lexington- cline and rollers. . Services were disordered 2i'vTt?si.vl v9.?5"'.$f " fi(v'Ti"i menses, falllnp cf tho vomb, where they will remain atfew days held at the. house at 3 p. m. by "whites," chang? cf life. 1: makes yom6n beautiful ly rra' '.j them and proceed to Cincinnati. Rev. G. W. Young, of the Methowell.' It keeps th'.m jc.'ic by keeping them healthy. $1.00 at Dr. Benton and A. J. Pike are dist church, this city, after which the drug store, each erecting dwellings on body was carried on a stretcher: Keeps Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Church the For adylca In cues rct;ulrlrj directs, Ptreet. to the grave and placed in the col- - Linen Iiosoms, Cuffs, and Collars. fin, which was not only hermeti- -' Can furnish Metallic Caskets and ; lolhe Hilton, of Kansas, has cally sealed, but covered with large have Embalming done on short been visiting friends W. I. ADDI30S, M'.nt., C'v, ..., kayi.: here for a flag stones, thus inclosing the body "Iii?nlVifKn"a ' r., and easv terms Order- - ' while and will return in notice i nivprecti ,M a shore preparation for u , in a double stone case, where it n telegraph or telephone prompth i , short time. safe to say it will rest undisturbed attended to day or night. MWT:':. iorsoaroxhobfFtto:iic, blood purifier iolilby nndennitn:e. Prlco. Condition SCROGGS. Principal' Work for Teachers Dr A. A. Grauman, j DENTIST, Lrivinersforfj Town Lots for business and Dwelling In the most desirable Part of Town near new Depot, call add see them. Wm. FIELDS1 :S s M mmu H6use 4 "ls-c- al If i I v l nine-tent- d, Willis Griffin 1 , )o)oD rug Drugs, Store Groceries Medicines, Cheaper, c. C aftl-ueatrj- " TOBACCO AND CIGARS . - A cur-sc- Cheap, Cheapest. DAVIS & CO adi-jr- sm , , Subscribe for the -- GT v X if N AT 00A YEAR la-- 4 ;t m .. 'j Vernon Signal. roit-Ui- c w. '7 tf cjagntwttyTfgawuhinQtjmiWfU jbi wjujami accnnai f C' OURT'CATrftf'A'R. My stock of Millinery will be Misses Lou Gentry and Biddy No. 1 baled hay for sale at socts, County CoURT.iiih.uth MonDolen made this office a pleasant here in a few days. by A. H, Bastin Crab Orchard. Tom Baker, of Wildie, vvas here call yesterday. day in each nionth Martha Frankun. W G Adams will run n Soup i st MonMt. ..Vernon, Ky., Sept. 9 1898 ou Tuesday last. Quarterly Co' yj our Payagayz, Porto Rico, Aug. n '98 House during Court. He's the day in January, Dr. Monroe Pennington, ,''"",'; n)y and lJ,,l 'Spratt, the painter and'Viper rising young physician, is kept October. Soup man you know. on board the Hudson. KaicriaattKe in. vtrav.i , ny., it ttc mill matter hanger, is kept busy. very busy now. His office, for .nd Mon- Circuit Coupt.-- a We did not land at Porto Rico as Do you want to buy or sell a day in February, 1 Mjttulay the present, is at William's drug I wrote you last week we would. Mrs. Adam Griffin and daugth-te- r Rockcastle farm, timber land, town, in May and Thud i sto're. We received orders to proceed to Ints. httsinpss linnsps nr fUvollInp-sLucy are visiting relatives here tcmber, this point and take it. We arrived Address, Signal, Mt. Vernon, Ky! Mt. Vernon Pouch Cjwrt. R. H. Pingv arrived" Wednesday L. L. Jarrctt, the spoke man, on the 13I1, and met with no Third Monday in each niOiith. from Fortress Monroe, on a sick here has an "ad" in this paper, Read resistance from the Spaniards. The leave. Bob says tfiey sent him to Reward. The Crab Orchard, it. This Stanford and Mt. Vernon TeleSantiago de Cuba to help bring surrender was complete. LOUIIVILLC & NAIHVH.LC (1. R. Co. ProesGlonal .arda. place has about 15,000 inhabitants '! phone Company will pay $25 F. L. Thompson took the Carter home the wounded. buildings are a!l of ancient deThe for arrest and conviction of I & N. LOCAL TIME CARD: children to the Masonic Home, SatR. A. Welch, better Known as sign, and none over two story. any person who cuts the wires or F. A. Pennington, . . $.; m. d. urday. Day Mail North., Dick, one of Rockcastle's best citi Apparently, there is considerable otherwise destroys the property of 11:37 a m DEWTST Day Mail South . Salt for Sale. 7 bu $1 .60 zens, lias gone to L,ouisville to wealth here. The Porto Ricaus said company. 2:27 p m N W Cor. Third and Sts., 1"l-XNIKUl iiX. JNOmii take a position. Everyone with cannot speak English, and as a tn 5bu 1.25. A. E. Albright." 1 you want to get mad about it !vY. Night Ex. South LOUISVILLJ out exception, wishes Dick success class, they are extremely neat and Brodhead, Ky. 1:48 a in U clean. An American negro would and pay up your dues, very well J. A. Landrum, Agent The Fourth Ky. Regiment has James W. Gentry and wife, of be ashamed of himself if he could and good. Its better that way orders to move from Lexington to Red House, Tenn., stopped off here see the neatneess of the negro here. than to keep in good humor and a few days en route to Port RichAnniston, Ala. I suppose they are well educated in never pay. SURVEYOR CHURCHES. mond, N. Y., were Mr. G. resumes their language. We slept on the Christian Holds services 1st & 3r 1 Sunday G. W. Gentry, Sr., is sawing the position To Builders. J. W. Marler he has held for some at 11 n. in. nnd at 6:30 p. m. lumber for Jop McCall and Cash years that of veterinary surgeon. dock last night. This afternoon we & Sons now have their mill on one will move out ubout 3 miles in the Also, an Ageut for the best Cummins near Freedom. of the best sites in the county and Perry White, who was injured by country and go into campv for the are fully prepared to cut bills to Tailors in the world. Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th Goodloe Kuhnle, of Ft. Wayne, a rock at the stone quarry two night, and start to San 8unday , order on very short notice. Lum Tuau sixty miles away. I am in ber can be delivered Ind., is visiting his brother-in-laweeks, ago, we are glad to say is at Mt. Vernon C. C. WILLIAMS, such recovering. Mt. Vernon holds Mr. fine health. Plenty Baptist Church Services on the Second Fred Halin at Maretburg. if desired. Give us your .rders and ... as banannas, mangos, Coconuts, f Saturday night and- Sunday. Suuday J. H. Dunn, the enterprising White in grateful remembrance for &c. Here in tliis city are some of get prompt attention and the best Aotrney- atLaw, School at 9 a in every Sunday. Prayer iVh. Ucrnon, Ky. heroic work he did in the late of Lumber. Brodhead merchant is in Louisville meeting on 'Tuesday nights. Rev. J C the largest palms I eyer saw, some fire. pastor. , e buying goods for his are 75 feet higli and 2 feet through Telephone Rates. From Mt. E,Office on 2nd lif or of new house. brick on Church street. Special For Sale Cheap. Two good I forgot toipent!on one thing Vernon to Brodhead, 10 cts.; to attention given to collections. MASONIC. tV Mrs. G. W. Gentry, Sr., and son horses, two young cows, 7 head of that I know will be of interest to Crab Orehard, 20 cts.; to Rowland AshUnd Lodgo No. meets 2rd Mon- Bill Dillion in getting his saw logs and Standford 25 cts. Tom, attended the Baptist Asso- hogs, one buggy, one second-hantf day 10 A m. G. W. McCLURE, ciation at Sinking Valley this piano; household and kitchen fur- together: Thfc Porto Ricaus use the A Bargain. Farm of 130 acres miles ox for haulhig; theyuse the yoke niture. Two and one-ha- lf week. Attorney-at-Labut no bows; they tie the yoke to east of Brodhead. House, of 8 LOCAL & east of Mt. Vernon. OTHERWISE. Mt. Vernon, Ky. anted. To trade a five room horns and the yoke rests just back rooms good barn atfd outbuildings J, S. Damekon. house," and 2 lots in Mt. Vernou, 3t fruit trees. Under of the horns. The climate here 500 bearing All business entrusted to my care 'K Tor a farm worth from $400 to Pay your dues to Signal, will receive prompt attention. Dr. J. H. Lawrence has decided differs but little from ours; it is fence and well watered. Address $600., Inquire at this office. at to return to Hyden to practice his hotter but you don't feel it much. Jessie Roberts, Office on Second floor of new brick Fish's store for groceries. Brodhead, Ky. The children heie play in the 45- profession. on Church street. Our people regret his Andrew Baker bought of M. J. Joe A. Rentier is in Texas. .,.. . .. 14141 leaving. He is a physician that any streets naked uutil of considerable M. F. Brinkley. Dr. A. A. Grauman. dentist, is Miller the lot where the store was community should be proud to age. R. G. WILLIAMS, Hay. No. 1 Timothy baled bay for burned, for $200. Mr. B. is havin town. at-Lahave. The people of Leslie presale. Orders filledpromptly by A, ing the foundation laid for his new vailed upon him to return and loLogan Thompson, Jr., is here building. H Baston, Crab Orchad. Write MT. VERNON. KY. cate with them. from Garrard. for prices. Estler Lackey, colored, died Allt school trustees are to be The Mt. Vernon Lime Co. will These dims mean you, if yon Sunday night. We have been unelected next month. soon have their new iron bound owe on subscription. able to ascertain the cause of his R.. B. Mullins, the hustling death. It is supposed to have been kiln finished. They will open up 1 'flpW'druijBI sr, was here yesterday. internext spring on a large scale. New For Sale A frdm a spider's bite. JsssmtcQueen was lcre 'fron? kilns will be put up, oil will, be est in the Aunt Polly Hiatt farm, PRACTICAL r ' H. G. Edward?, G. A. Morgan, used instead of wood and coal; Apply at this' office. EMBALMER-- " a few days'this week. John Sigman and E. A. Albright steam drills and an oil burning enSTANFORD, IA. TnTl icst and cheapest candy) on get the premiums offered by the gine and other machinery will be Stock Complete. Telegraph Ordearth made daily at S. W. Davis. added. Signal at the Fair; one year's Above we give an imprint from ers a Specialtv Geo'. Pennington, of the 2nd Ky to our paper. a brass wax seal found some nine Regiment, is home on sick leave. I go to the City Wednesday, the years ago on the old camp ground Your attentioin is called to the 12th, to lay in my fall and, winter near this place which was used by DR. A. G. LOVELL, Rockcastle will, at no distant "ad'h in this issue. The Home- stock of Millinery and will be comboth Federals and Confederates Physician and Surgeon, Pays for the , day, be the lime center of the State stead fertilizer has found its good pelled to call on all those who are during the war. How this ' piece MT V niMONi ivY ' George E. McCcy, wife and qualities wherever used. Messrs. owing me to come in and settle of Virginia Court furniture came Twice-a-WeeOffice Korth aide Alain street k ou their what they are owing me before children are visitiug relatives here. Moore & Albright are there is a mystery which this paper car for this season. third that day. I mean you, if you owe is now attempting to solve.. Jim Mcore, Road Commissioner, me. Thanking you for past pat? was in town yesterday on busSave 20 per cent, by buying ronage I solicit continuance of ONE WHOLE FAIR The following named persons iness. your drugs and medicines at F, L. same. HUGH MILLER 106 six or eight page papers sent Cleo Brown. are entitled to free scholarship to Dr. A. A. Grauman, dentist, will Wallin's drug store, Crab Orchard. Postpaid by mail. Almost the Mt. Vernon Collegiatejlnstitute HEADQUARTERS,FOR Miller Hotel until further He also carries a fine line of pure be e London and Pittsburg, business for the year ending May 1899: telewines and liquors. Mail and men have formed a company for notice. COMMERCIAL MEN. e Alza Thompson. phone orders promptly filled tf building a telephone line to Manall CSTPorter at trains."a Mrs. Rosa Nesbitt is in Ciiicin-ua- ti W. R. Henderson, Mt.. Vernon, chester and to Livingston where it Courier-JournThe to see the sights during G. R. Mattie Dwyer, Walnut .Grove. A visit to Wallin's drug store will connect with an exchange has the finest war uews service R. week. James Brooks, Scaffold Cane, Crab Orchard, shows it to be one which will be put at that point by Crooked Creek. of any paper in the South or West. Helen Singleton, Will Brown and wife of Pulaski, of the most complete in this part the Crab Oichard, Stanford and It is a reliable, accurate, incomOlie Taylor, Roundstone, of the State. Mr. Wallin and his Mt. Vernou Telephone Co., as visited home folks here the first of All other issues have parable. Browns) Minnie Nicely, clerk, W. C. Pettus, are both soon as they get their line extendthe ween. Mtnufacturers been subordinated to this one great Geo. Moore, Brodhead, druggists and both splendid ed from Mt. Veriibu to Livingston. of Limp and brick. Subscribe at once and feature. Little Ray Miller was kicked on gentlemen. John McFerron. keep thoroughy posted. The offer They also furnish Lime, Building the head by a horse and slightly A visit to Ottenheim last Sunday may be withdrawn in a short time. Stone, either quarry face or cut. injured. William Gibson, while coming showed that thrifty village and The low price, Orders promptly filled. from Louisville a few nights since, community to be still pushiug on W. C. Mullins & Co., have ridA in the various lines of enterprises, bought the Fannie Laugford farm on the train, dreamed he was SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES. ing in a buggy and the team was especially farming. In a locality JSHfor 2 ,500. (dc th e purpose of placing a great jumped but a few years back where it was He running away, 'J. E. Woodall, the clever section through the car window while virtually a barren waste, now 2x2, 30 inches long, all white newspaper twice a week, within A good the reach of the masses. foreman, was hete from Hazel train was running thirty miles an actually "blossoms as a rose." grade or better, $12 perfrri. Sample commission to agents. MADE BY Patch Sunday. hour. He was but slightly hurt. Eugene Schantzenbach and Mr, 2x2, 30 niches long, rec, o copies free. Write to x per m. C. Hoosier are the leading merchants Dr. G. B. Lawrence, of 2nd Ky., COURIER-JOURNACO., On the night of the fire here 28 iuches long, white $6 lias rejoined his hospital coips at James Gentry, a,i Red House, The village is 'veil supplied with Louisville, Ky. per m. school houses. chickauiauga. Tenn., dreamed .he was on our churches and MT. VERNON SIGNAL, '" AS. red $4 Do of1 peoand the Dr. P. A Pennington, the dent- streets and saw hundreds per m. The Town Board has ordered Courier Journal fc ist, will be at the Miller Hotel dur- ple rttsing to and 'fio.. Next day that brick side walks the put down SINGLE TREE BILLETS. he wrote for copies of the Signal. Both one Year for Only. ing Circuit court. McKinzie's store! to Houck's .. reading it he saw he account from inches, long, white, On 38 . Mrs. Cleo Brown and son Mc-- -I of the fire, which was fulfillment corner, and from tlapre to the 24 h $16 per in. J from the Christian chuich. Kenzie. have returned from an exof his vision. NECK YOKES. T, years xperieuceiu This is for cash subscriptions Twenty-eigh- t corner of the L. & N. property optended visit to Lancaster. long' white $25 per only. All subscriptions under this the business. Horse shoeing, a inches Mr. J. F. Sage and Miss Flor- posite Miller House oi Jfjiin to 3x3, 4S You will find all kinds of fresh m. to be delivered at any station combination oiler must be sent pecialty. Also genet-married yester- Dr. Lovell's corner. Tais is to be were candy mad daily at S. W. Davis' ence Griffin on K. DofL. & N. or K. C.( through the Signal office oi built out of brick, plank, ballast day afternoon at the. residence in basement brick hotel. Richmond Street, Mt. Vernon, Also brick from division, will cull once every twoi Rev. M. B. Chapmun. 798" Fifth or screenings. Inspectcr, Sale Or Exchange. Farm Ky. house un- weeks L L. For Miss Alice Lewis, of Howard, street, Louisville. Mr, Sage is an And Baker s new store Brodheatir-Ky- . of 30 acres, 3 room house, 4 miles Kansas, is back on a visit to home upright gentleman and has a good der construction, to the brick hotel. East of Brohhead. Good orchard, vjolks, friends and relatives. position with the Missouri Pacific ' 2 springs, good water. 20 acres in His bride railroad at St. Louis. H. II. REYNOLDS R. S. Martin, the tobacconist, Under good fence, Cultivation. is one of Rockcastle's most estim ''K DEALER IN $& (Sr5'af7aD ' will build a hall for use of the good condition. Good ground: in H uble ladies. She is a daughter of :: WHISKIES' WINES, &c, &c, Maccabees at Junction City. Also the S. A. Coyle full stilling Tor Infanta and Children. Mr. J N. Griffin, of Maietburg Alfred Bryant has been in from After a tour of" the East they will TfiR Kind You Have Always Bought outfit. Boiler and all. Will sail KY, .' or exchange for larger farm or Fine . Bluefie'ds, W, Va.,pn a visit to his reside in Sr Louis Our congratu . up at $2 and y - i- -. Horseshoeing, all 'round, 50 cents. house and lot in town.Buora the i ti. ib V jjuiciiis. jac :. wen picuytu ....'ii. lations are extended to the' happy wuii; ,.Onr Rockc'a&tle frieuds can writ '1. Everything ftiiiiished. Best nails Mrs. Martha Jones. his jjosiiion. couple. or TiaEWONi:. and shoes used. 46 -- 4t, Mt 1 ee Dr. Grautnan's "ad" ' n . TWfFv rd 1 S. N. Davis Mt. Yenon, Ky: of-fru- it, - dis-astro- Car-mlea- l, wide-a-wak- d w, Attorney w, tf J. C. MqClary,' UNDERTAKER. one-twelf- th j.x..t . ItidH sub-scripti- on 5m k Courierj6urnal Miller House at-th- County-at-larg- A Daily Record of War News. Twice-a-weeal MT. VERNON reg-ister- ed LIME COMPANY 50c YEAR. WAGONS H. L Gentry, ARE GOOD AS Twice-a-Wee- k XJ. Hi fk tn 11 Asrn BEST J :- - black-smithin- g. - Jarrett, TOM FERRELL" ROWLAND, VM O Blacksmith, .' idradhoad, JKy 37-3m -- 11 1 Cl(o,-1t- jpEfiaSf - v '' " v r '.i-- t J" ( ," 'N-juj- S Pimples Are the danger signals of impure blood. They show that the Btrcam of life in in bad condition, that health is in danger of wreck. Clcur this course- by taking Hood's Sarsa-parill-a and the blood will be raadu pure, complexion fair and healthy, and life's journey pleasant and successful. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. Some Hlmrt Sentences Which Ctmtuln Truths Uttered lu Humor- iiih "Wnyn, The man who is wedded to art should hava model wife. Money often wtns the first battle, but seldom the accural. Home girlrt change color because the first box is unsatisfactory. Usually the more h man is wrapped up in himself the colder he is. It's n wise philosopher that knows when there is a brick under the hat. Poor is the minister whose voice fills tho church and empties the pews. A woman's idea of strategy is to spend a dime in an clTort to save a nickel. All geniuses are mote or less ccccntrie. A few have even been known to pay their FRENCHMEN ,v INTERVIEWED. HEROES OP WAR. d. THOSE CHARITY "PARTIES. The Ilenil of the Home Hnd IIU and Tlirn Pnld tor Ills Fun. a H00d'SSpaSrnia Is America's Greatest Mcdlolne. II; six for 5. Hood's PIII8 cure Indigestion, biliousness. aa From the Chicago TImcs-IIcralTremler llrljson and of ATm The feeling of admiration for heroes of Cavalgnac on the Subject of the Powar seems to be innate in the human heart, litical Situation In Franoe. and ia brought to the surface as the opportunity and object presents itself. Among those who proved their heroism Taius, Sept. 0. Interviews with the during our Civil War was A. Schlffcncder, promlcr, M. Henri Hrisson, nnd the oi iui Street, late minister of var, M. Godfrey Chicago. Ho on tho subject of tho polltlcnl is an Austrian situation iu Franco as it lias been af- by mbirth, a o to fected by the recent developments In c America at the Droyfus case, wore printed Mon- the ago of twenty, and day In tho Echo do Paris. M. llrlsson became an is reported as having said that A in e rienn citizen. Ho Dcag-wlclt 8y pro-pose- M 7 was living i Kve had her faults, but she never went Ad.im'H pockets while he was asleep. Love blinds some men, and it makes lots of others too for military t.crvice. A chainlcss wheel renders trouser guards unnecessary, but it's different with a chain-les- s debts. at Milwaukee when the call through for volunteers camo rai-lv 1 'Vj" the near-sighte- d TRAOC.MARK. Celebrated for more than a century as a delicious, nutribevtious, and erage. Has our well known YELLOW LABEL on the front of every package, and our trade-mar- "La Belle Cliocolatierc" on the back. NONE OTHER QENUINB. T Made only by f X Wisconsin Volunteers. In the Army of the Potomac he saw much fur! nop;. campaigning in the Shenandoah Valley. When a man is continually talking about In the first day's fighting at the battle of his troubles, his neighbors never trouble Gettysburg, Schilfcncder received a wound very much nbout bis talk. in the right sid", which afterward caused The intense love of an old toper for liquor him much trouble. With a portion bf his goes to prove th.it familiarity doesn't always regiment he was captured and imprisoned breed absolute contempt. at Hell Island and Andcrsonvillc, and afterMany a man who doesn't know enough to ward exchanged. He returned to his regigo in when it rains knows enough to raise the ment, which was transferred to the army of best umbrella he can get bis hands on, General Sherman, and marched with him Chicago Evening News, through Georgia to the sea. lu this campaign Mr. SchilTencder's old linn Not Slept for Five Years. K. OOIUKKV CAVAIQNAC. wound began to tioublc him and he was It is reported that a man in Indiana has sent to the hospital and then home. He not had an hour's sleep for tiveyeais. lie had also contracted catarrh of the stomach constantly walks about, unable to rc-- t, and all tho members of the ministry aro and found no relief for years. '1 here is now little more than a skeleton. rrullt of Cnpt. Droyconvinced of the "I happened to read an uicount of Dr. arc thousands of men mid women who arc fus, but that the government must Williams Pink Pills for Pale People about unable to sleep more than an hour or two a said, "and thought that n year ago," night because of nervousness, weakness, consider thc chunijo that lias come they might be he good my trouble. I conA over publlc'oplnlon btnee tho suicide cluded to try them. for bought one box and dyspepsia, headache and constipation. I certain remedy for these diorilers U M. began to take them according to directions. Col. Henry. Stomach Bittern. All druggists sell it. last week of Lieut. great relief. After finishing gave IJrlsson expressed the view that It is They box 1 me bought another, and when I had that Jfo Wonder the Query. the duty of the government to end the taken the pills 1 felt that I was cured. I When the news came to the Chickamauga c.citement,t' Which is parallzlng tho recovered my appetite and ate heartily. I of Cervera's lleet hospital of the destruction can testify to the pood the pills did me one of the iiur&es commenced to read it aloud. business Interests of Paris and of the Mr. Schiilcnedei' is u prominent Grand lie had got as far as the statement that the country. Army man in Chicago, whither he moved Brooklyn had been hit 45 times, when a fever M. Cavnijjnac, In the course of the some years ago with his family. patient, a little out of his head, shouted: Who pitched for Brooklyn ?" interview printed in tho Echo do Paris, "Great Scott! THE MINISTER GOT MIXED. -- Sau 1'rancLsco Wave. said that It jvpuld be a serious mistake, If notalluprcine act of folly, on Anil 11111111 ChnnKM on AVhnt I the Use of making up clothes that go to pieces before the part of the government to persist Scriptural Senlcnci- He the end of the season or fade and get limp In ltsprcscntcourse, aud that ho Was Ciot It UlKht. and sleazy after the first washing? One of not willing jto participate In such a Simpson's Prints will outwear three of the The minister had reached the critical point inferior calicoes. The colors are absolutely policy. "You will see," said M. "missionary" fast, and any fabric bearing the name of hid fin"in what a condition the coun- In his his firstlies andhcrmpn. He and with ished & ..Sons is guaranteed of secondlics, William Simpson one neat figure would link them to an impasthe highest standard of quality and finish try will bo after a now trial." and will give perfect satisfaction. The newspapers of Paris point out sioned appeal that inuld ttrikc his congrethnt M. Cavalgnac's resignation of the gation's hearts, and make their rocks (low Twenty-sixth Hos-tetter- 's lU-for-c Cav-aignn- c, e " recettid A, of and henlisted in Companya wound. promptly in 1R(K The two fair daughters of the honscliofd d were discussing the entertainment they giving for the benefit of a little work of charity in which they were interested, and, as a matter of course, the old gentleman had to have his say. "It's an infernal nuisance," he declared. "The houe will be in a commotion for a week, nothing will be thought of but your patty, and everything will lie disarranged. That night we will all be awake till well toward morning, nnd the next day, those who-arnot sick will go about snarling and half asleep. 1 call it nothing but tomfoolery." "Papa," said the eldest, "don't you understand that we are going to help some of and that every cent we make will provide them with some comfort J What you should do is to encourage us." "Don't talk silly, ft's a good deal yon girls care abouttlte charitable leature of this social combination you're in. It's the boys nnd gills and card and dancing you want. Nn use trying to pull the wool over my eyes." "Very well. We'll try to do our duty, even if you do make it hard. We, at least, have some sympathy for the afllieted." "Oh, jou have? Sweetly disinterested, aren't you? How much did you take tne last Diowout; in-a- t X the-poo- r Keep young inwardly; will look after the? pear so? you are youmjyoa appear so. If you arc old,, why IP Bat-oral- ly ap- c y. You need notworrvlonccr about those little streaks off gray;; advance, agentsoc age-- ?.iu.w ior tne cause if you'll not inflict your coworkers on us. Now, how's your charity?" "Mamma. J w isli to the land vou'd come down here. Papa'n acting perfectly awful," and she Ilounrcd out of the room while ho laughed sardonically. Detroit Free Press. "Just $1.1.r0," nromllr. ticu, in give you just Tho And now our thoughts arc all of peace and home. There are, too often, people to be found who hnc no home, nnd it iv to them these few wotds iVe addressed. If you really want a home you can easily get one. but you should act ut once before the relapse from the war puis prices on the advance. In .Marinette County, Wisconsin, the very finest fanning laud is to be had now at a most modet ilgure. Excellent home markets arc nt hand to lake whatever the farmer raises, and good priceanre given. These lands are on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Hallway, and full information concerning them will cheerfully be furnished by ('. K. Kollins. Immigration Agent, 101 I.a Sialic Street, Chicago. DcCrop May is intensely feminine. Miss Upton Mure so than other girls? "Well, she asked the blacksmith the other day if her hoise couldn't wear shoes a size smaller." Puck. Dropsy treated free by Dr. II. II. Green's Sous, of Atlanta, Gn. t'lie greatest dropsy specialists jn the world. Head their in another column of this paper. advci-tfscmc- War la liter Vigor on the Hair and Scalp, free upon request. Wrtto to tho Doctor. will surely restore color tt gray hair; and it will also' give your hair all the wealth, and gloss of early life. Do not allow the fallingof your hair to threaten you longer with baldness. Donor be annoyed with dandruff. We will send you our book An Initlnnce. WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd. UORCI1BSTER, HASS. CSTXBLISHCD 1780. SI wiwmiwiwiwmiwwiwiwiwiwiwmtiwiwiwiMMwiMiMiMlwK The Buckie 1 Printers' poller Company MANUFACTUItEJIB OF I tht wnrM if he were taken away." Chicago Evening Xcns. I T.i f'u re it Colli III On - Dnr I Take IVixative Bromo Quinine Tablets.. All . e t -- jc. u u !l.. uruggisis rciuiiiii money ?!. inns in cure. .1". i. "If," he exclaimed, "it hag truly been said Captain I can get a great attraction for war portfolio has produced a painful makes that onr lull nine. A pitcher with u wooden leg. Impression In political circles which, grow he whoone-- ' two glades of brass to where Manager Nope. It won't do. We don t while rccognl7lng the fact that the InThe puzzled look on the f ice of a deaf old want no useless timber on the team. Up to nocence of Capt. Dreyfus has not yet member in a front pew led him to pause and Date. been disproved, takes tho ground that repeat: Cenernlly the Cimo. "That a now trial of tho charges against the grades ofhe is a benefactor who makes two lilacs " great bore thatSimpcrlingis!", "What a Smiles throughout the house and his own "Still he would leae a very email hole in prisoner of Devil's Island has become Zurllnden, military governor wrong, but, with an attempt at lightlies, he until, airily: of Paris, has accepted the ministry of "As I meant, two braids of glass." and the The choir was now In succession to M. Caviilgnnc, rewar as if lie had signed. Gct Zurllnden was n mem. pastor felt"Two binds of met Dewey. So he grace," shouted: Then the senior deacon had pity on him their only ber of the Rlbot cabinet, which went "My brethren," he spoke, "our lower their out of ofllccJ ptober 2S, 1805. nnd arose. Gen. keen-eare- IVot Wanted. like water. It you do not obtain all tho benefits tou expected Irom the uio nt tho vlxor, write tho doctor alxmt lu Probably there 1 tome dlfllruItT with your cenernl jriem which mir be easily mnoreit Addreii, DK. J. irfjwen, Aiass. C. AYKR. i A horse with a docked tail must feel like , Bulletin. L. A. a ucigh-bob- . necessary. fciioc showed him there was something 1 Wn Alwl Ell Children imitTi H" m ww I 1 Printers' Rollers and Composition 421 and 423 DEARBORN j j i i i Some men .are like ambition ccins to be u desire to records. Philadelphia llccord. race-horse- E- - A Dose in Time Paves Nine I Honey of llorchound and Tar for of Halc'a Coughs. ST., CHICAGO. Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute. vm m BECOMINGprAMERICANIZED. nt Mnnllu, the De Soteral Labor JtrrJAt mand Heine for Kicesslve Wbecs New Tariff Not Yet In Force. With enlarged quarters, modern machinery and new management we are prepared to fill orders promptly. All rollers guaranteed round, smooth and true, and absolutely free from pin holes. a I If you loaf around a store or office a great deal, remember that you are not welcome. Atchison Globe. saved my Iwy's life last summer. Mrs. Allie Douglass, Lclloy, Mich., Oct. 20, '91. pastor has been upset by the intensity of Ins emotions, and has tripped on two blades of crass." San Francisco Kxaminer. Wouldn't Tnki- - Clinnecx. Smith One can't ulwayn judgo a man's patrioti3in by his conversation. Jones No, I suppose not. "Tukc Brown, lor instance; would you call htm a coward" "Well, or 1 might if I was sure he wouldn't light." Chicago Kveniug New. lot Infants and 0 Over Thirty Yeb nN Signature Of UNEXCELLED for .or-- HALF-TON- E I believe Piso's Cure for Consumption To please a man find out what he wants is of minor importance The Kind You Have Always Sough THC CCMTAUff COMPANV, TT MUHHAV OBH fcrf-- "ft? fop. w?rky:v 5 liailHltlltHHIMtMHllllfMHlHllHltS Vltii 27 years' experience, fair prices and liberal is, we ask your patronage and guarantee to utlsfy you. Remember to ship us or write for t irms mer.tlonlne this advertisement. r"lloTedSbrruln mil i what he needs i liana's Horn. i (ATARnfi A trial will convince Coniploto outtlt br mull SOc. 07.0.NK L,AIKiltATORV.W W. Jackson St.. Chicago. rj . ixiiin TlllilTMItST continued uo effect HiiHi: ana Dy a euro. .. Is a Constitutional Cure. Unit's Cntnrrh Cure Price 75c. People hunt up their own kind just as naturally as water seeks its own level. Washington (la.) Democrat. II S liiiiillililiiViiil Qn5i2; jSfi Manila, Phillppino Islands, Sept. 0. There havo been several labor strikes I'rojicrly Dcllned. here, tho demand being for excessive "What is lirmnchs, father?" "Firmness, my boj, is obstinacy in ourwages. Because the American authorities, in the early exigencies of the selves." what is obstinacy?" "And situation here, agreed to tho extrava"Obuiiucy is firmness in somebody else." Chicago Post. gant demands of laborers, It has been difficult to return to an equitable He Wna Cruel. basis. One of these strikes caused the Mr. Nupop I think 1 will have my whissuspension of traffic on the tramways kers shaved off. .Mrs. Nupop (reproachfully) Why, John, of Manila for" three days. I didn't think you could be sohcartlcss. You Copies of the now tariff have been know how baby loves to pull them! Up to circulated hero but It hns not yet been Date. enforced, pending the receipt of InPrcpnrlnu lir Cnnc. structions from Washington. It is unFirst Lawyer liach witness gives a differtar- ent account of the accident. derstood that under the American them all Yes; if iff there will be an average reduction onSecond Lawyer jury may wo putour client think the stand, the compared with that of met with tlncc or Jour accidents. Puck. as of one-thir- tTt, ooooooooooooooooxooooooooooowoo iyr HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS SEPT. 6 SEPT. 20 OCT. 4 OCT. 18 ticket read over the low-rat- e p II Tii llTT'iiiii 'K d Spain. ' GEN. It MORGAN'S REVOLVER. Is oil Kxhlbitlon at tho Meeting of the Ulue and Gray In the Chamber of Commerce, I'lnclnnntl. Why He Had IIoiicn. Mr. Gotrox (decisively) My daughter is not the right age to get niariicd. I quite agree .Mr. Haidupp (persuasively) with ou, .Mr. Gotiov nnd every jearmaUes it woise, you know. J udge. "How did you nwi.age to get such nn extensive manufacturing plant in your town? asked the visitor. "Well, we rooted for it," replied the native. Chicago Tubui.e. These are tho days on which you can buy round-triExcursion Tickets to very nconHoivH ariu uiucr (juiiua in uiu vvci,ir rsortnwcsi ana oouinwest, gooa ior ci uays. Stop on your way and see tho GREAT TRANS- MISSISSIPPI EXPOSITION AT OMAHA. 5 Ask vnur nearest railroad ntrcnt to make VOUr'C Burlington Route You can get a handsome' Illustrated pamphlet describing Nebraska, and another all about that Exposition (both free), by writing to P. S. EUSTIS, General Passenger! Agent, C. B. & Q. R. R., Chicago, III. J i Spread of the Clnimle Style. 4I A E5a!f PN Cincinnati, Sept. 0. Tho revolver which Gon. John II. Morgan, the famraider, used nil ous during the war will be on exhibition In the assembly hall of the chamber of commerce Wednesday The weapon Is In tho possession ot Capt. Steve Sharp, of Lexington. It is a 45 caliber, barrel gun, and was presented to Gon. Morgan by his friend and , class mate, Francis Key Hunt, in 1834. Gen. Morgan was then On captain of the Lexington rllles. the hnndle of tho weapon Is a silver Inself-actin- 0K0KO(CO0OOXCKOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOXOOOO0OKO00 Go and look for a New Home in Nebraska, a Drosoerous country,' where a farm can be bought for one years' rent of an eastern farm.; . g THEMARKETf LIVKSTOCK-Cattlc.comm- on. Cincinnati.15 Sept. a '.Z a fcclect butchers CALVES Fair to good HOUS Common Mixed packers lilil.. Llffht shippers SHHKI' Choice I.AMIIS FLOUK-Wlntcrfntnlly 4 8 3 3 3 3 00 R0 10 HO J" (14 (ft 3 4 45 "THRIFT IS A GOOD REVENUE." GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM CLEANLINESS AND f$ 75 45 3 75 3 90 W 4 00 scription plate set around with rubles. gp "Hurrah I Battle Ax has come." Everybody who reads the newspapers knows what privation and suffering: were caused ia. Cuba by the failure of the supply of tobacco provided by the Government to reach the camps of the U. S. Soldiers. Ilnrrlcno nt St- - Joseph, Mo. St, JosErir, Mo., Sept 0. A hurrl-canswept over St. Joseph at 5:30 o'clock Monday afternoon. Ualn nnd Resihall accompanied tho wind. dences- woro unroofed, stacks nnd barns were torn down and many buildings iworo utterly demolished. The St. Joseph rolling mills were A o UKAIN Wheat No. Sred.now No.3rcd Corn No. I mixed Oats No. 2 Rye No.2 HAY Prlmo to choice PHOVIMONS-.Mes- s Pork Liirdl'rimo steam DUITKII-Chol- ce dairy I'rlmo to cholcu creamery.. API'LER-Chol- co to fancy POTA'iOES-pcrbbl....: . ROO S 75 ii f 44 5 40 2 85 84 31 is:i05 M b ih to it, Ta 1 (g, fr & 22 40H 00 9 87tf 4 75 11 I JU 75 150 3 Co (j!S 175 Si 3 75 2) Page Illustrated Catalogue, descrlbing all of the famous WINCHESTER AND SAPOLIO f Well Drills 12 i? - m I ? , CHICAGO. I O ib JJ GUNS 41 FLOUR Winter patents GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red No. 3 Chicago spring CORN-N- o.2 ii 8 45 4 10 3 70 & OATS No. 2 X'ORK Mess (jt, a 6 03 SOW SOW WINCHESTER AMMUNITION 1 J LARD bteatn to 8 60 5 U5M 4 ) sent free to any address. Send your name on a postal card to u il 1 I k and sizes, for DRILLING WELLSfor nousc, iarm, uiy ana vuiage water Works, Factories, Ice Plants, pflfcw-erlirrigation, Coal and Mistral rrospectin?, oil andllas, etc. LATEST and BfST. -YEARS EXPERIENCE. Lf-- j KMVr 30 Write us WHAT YOU want. es, RattfiAXJ LUG When marching fighting-stampi- ng wrecked, damago 810,000; Carey's saloon, five other houses and a field full of tents in the packing house district wcro destroyed The third hospital train sent from Philadelphia under tho auspices of tho NEW YORK. FLOUR Winter patent WHEAT No. 2 red , RYE CORN-N- o. 2 mixed , a CJ J ?LOOH1S ffl & HYHAH. TIFFIN, OHIO. 70K 80?. 47 WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., b 180 Winchester Ave., New Haven, Ct. Mixed PORK New mess LARD-Wcst- crn OAT. to 10 feito 40 0 00 07 0J 28tf cure In Is the Allen. Ulcerlno SutreUlcert,only sureVlreri, Itone the world for Ohronlo 5 S7Vi HALTIMORE. FLOUR-FamGKAIN-Whcat-- wheeling instantly relieves that dry taste in the mouth. mmmmmmmm Remember the name buy again. m hospital, arrived from Camp Meade, Pa,, with moro than one ' hundred sick soldiers on board Saturday morning. Most of tho men are suffering from typhoid fever. Gen. Miles and his army of between four and five thousand volunteers, now en route to this country from Porto Rico.will notparado in New York City or elsewhere. as a body upon their arrival. Tho' official announcement of this fact was' made at the war department Saturday. Mcdico-Chlrurgic- ily No. Corn CATTLE First quality UOGb-West- Mixed Oats No. 2 whlto live No. 2 western,. ern Southern Wheat. 2 5 60 Dd'i 00 34 0 20K4T 25 to 345 27 4 4 C5 4 to '5 &X H Herofuloua Ulcera, Vurlcoae Ulcer., White HnTlllnir. Fever More., and all Old Hare. It oerer falls Drawl out all poison. Haves oxpensennd suffering. Cure, permanent. UestsalTO for Holla, Cnrbnnelea, Piles, Salt Rheum, llurns.Cuta and all Fresh Wounds. Ilr mall, small. Xtoi Inree, too. Hook free. .1. 1. AT.I.KN MKIHCI.NK I'O., St. Paul, Minn. Nolil hy Druggist.. quick relief anil cures worst WV case's. Bond for book of testimonials and lO days' treatment Fret). Vr. U. 11. UiuSKSii Buan.ltUau, Us. HEADERS OF THIS PAIMCIt UE81KINO TO BUY ANYTHING ADVKUTISKI) IN ITS COI.UMN3 SHOULD INSIST UPON IIAV1NO WIIAT THKY ASK FOIt. nKFUSINO U AlAs BUU3TITUTE3 Oil IMITATION " INDIANAPOLIS. GRAIN-Wheat-No. Corn Oath-No. No. 2 mixed 2 mixed 2 2M 21 rDrDCVNEWD,scovT2Rv78iTi 11'sjjaVl I tuously Illustrated (,ric.),iM, to an jbodTKtdliii two annual aubserlpt ons at the Onurliina Monthly, HAN yitANClSCO. JcT Tho BostBODK thno WAR ESESSSS "aple LOUISVILLE. FLOUR Winter patent GRAIN Wheat NO. 2 rod Corn-Mi, Oats Mixed xed ..ol,.H.!l Hemorrhage of tho Uhronlo U.'arrhiea, flowing or J 75 4 0.1 07 31H WOO 5 00 EH3HS4ua.ti;-- i: HAitnlixTU Lungs, tlloodlriui. hiWL Dial betes or W.ttlnglied. Korla cents a'box.iJlB'sild. BUSH'S HEMISTATIC PILLS, i PORK-Me- ss..' LARD -- Steam - .27 . shMB&igijiTii.agFT?E I Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Qood. In time. Sold br dnirolsts. nilllFS WHIHt ALL ELSE FAILS. Ueol W' From Salisbury Phuratncy, CeRlfcYjKn iu v A. N. K.- -E 172:-- , WUK.V WRITIKO AUVERTIM MkJKa please state thntoa W the' Advatl menv ia mis paper. ai C- to - ,. it ' ra i- ;