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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE elsewhere for all statwnents I may make this subject, and I declare thnt Commissioner Evans" .calling his chiefs together and using language which Indicated Intense feeing, It not anger, Instructed them to disregard totally overy application based on deafness or rheumatism. lie further Intimated to them that If anyone de clined to accept his suggestion he would' una cnicis wno wouia ouey ins oruers. on COUNWT., tt CcBSmIii 3 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER OF THE DONS 16, 1898. NUMBER 1. REBELLIOUS INSURGENTS. WJMtPENSES The l'opulatlon ot the l'hlllpplArg Iteftdy to light for Iudepentfeuce felxty- Seven Thousand Armed Men. Almost 840U.0U0.00U to Get Bed by the United htntoi. Kx- slve of Fleets and Colonies. THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY; 6aooeMrs to the Lincoln Nation Ulcclcil Cuiiininiiilcr in Chief nt cinnati Mc.utliitf Next Ycur t Held In I'lilliKlHuliia reunion llurrnit Crltlclncd. Cluciiiiiiitl, Pennsylvania Sept. 0. Illinois Thursday night. Tho one lias secured, the commander in chief, Col. Jumcb A. Sexton, of Chicago, and tho other the location of tho thirty-thir- d annual encampment of tho 0. A. 35. nt Philadelphia next ycur. While there were all sorts of combinations tho stato departments, yet it is conceded that the fight between Xew 1 ork and 1'ennsylvunia was tho most bitter eer known at encampments. These two neighboring states were t'umpetitora for honorf, one, for tho election of Col. A. D. Shaw, of Water-towX. Y as commander in chief, and tho other for the location of the net national encampment at tho Quaker city. During all the votes and discussions of the day all the departments of New York and Pennsylvania were never on the same side of nny- thing. Now York yted to hold tlio next encampment nt Denver, and it was only by tho diplomacy and shrewd mnnagcincnt of the Chicago contingent In the interest of Sexton tlint Dener lost in tho strong contest for the next encampment. While it is true that Pennsylvania gao Sexton a bo-tyen, at their respectivo celebrated uud cs tliclr headquar-ler- s u T. 1 JAMES A. SEXTON. OK ILLINOIS. (Commander In Chief Grand Army of the Republic.) fctroiur otc from the east, yet it is r'ltlbO trueUia"tMhehroYtImannffers' ' from'Chlcago gnvo Philadelphia much more tlmn tho solid vote of Illinois in the contest for tho location of the next I'ncnmpmcnt. The national encampment elected only Us commander In chief Thursday mid will elect its other bilkers adopt Its resolutions and attend to other business. The delegates state that they will complete their work toon;! even If it is accessary for a night tession. The auxiliaries of the ladies and elect their officers also complete their annual encampment. The lliiifiiie.il SeN.lnn. national There were about 1,-present when the encampment proper was called to order at Muslo hall at ten a. in., with C&arles entzel as ofllcer of the day. The welcome was delivered byilov. llushnell, of Ohio, with a supplemental welcome nddre&s by Mayor Gustuv Tufel, of Cincinnati, and by II. 15. Jngalls, chairman of the citizens' committee and president of the Uig Four and Chesupenke & Ohio rallwnys. There was excellent music for the opening session and the hall was elaborately decorated. In his response Commander in CJhicf J. P. S. Goblii referred most eloquently to the attractions of the week and the lathh entertainment of the citizens of Cinto-dato-da- y 00 ss N; ohk. Sept, 13. A special to Manila, Sept. 13. Rr. Adm. Dewey id irom Washington says: says ho considers tho situation very th,v At this point the speaker was inm the loss of her colonies and ho has asked Asi terrupted by a point of order that he critical. It is understood and a battle the destroved in Imtfliv t.lm wnr had no right to indulge in personal for an additional cruiser Snaln iiVinnt. Srvrj- snn nnn ' Tn. has' ship. "criticism of any ofllcer of the govern7 3 m to uns onect. nas neon re-- t Tho Spaniards assert that Germany fori; ment. The commander in chief ruled tho nayy department from that on a motion of this kind, covering will take a coaling station hero and colv: the ofllcial conduct of an ofllcer of tho that Spain will retain tho remainder hrtV al attaches of this abw Is Including the cost of prop- government, it was in order to discuss of the islands. the manner ih which he performed The last Spanish garrisons at Iloco arat Biin anticipation of tho war, his ofllcial duties. Tanner ent an and Lagunahavc surrendered nnd the be $y Spafn in May, 1805, these nt much length, saying thnt In his whole island of Luzon is in the surti Jjye. bech raised and expended: man hands of the insurgents, except at Ma- FroQ th'osalo of 525.944 Cuban opinion it was clear that the notes. who could make such an order as to S25,S,5i from tho sale of 00,000 Cu-deafness and rheumatism had never nila and Cavite. Aguinaldo went to Lcloll on Friday, of 18S0, 55,784,897; loan of himself heard tho sound of cannon in the open air, and h'e was no has announced his intention of 400,0,00(3 pesetas on tho custom nor slept not surpris'ed, therefore, to find thnt convening an assembly oftho Fil- gunjtywrte'cs, 74,400,000; from tho sale the commissioner of pensions had un ipinos on September 15, in order to de- of mm!, etc.. SSC0.SS8: ldCa of the army record which consisted of cide upon the policy to bo adopted by ftof Spain on the Culih guranS;400,000; loan of tho hank of three months and 1G dnys as a the insurgents. clerk in the commissary department. JOn'the eimlnras. , SIR "00.0(10! , Inan The correspondent here of tho Asso,.. Tnnuer urged the department ns sov- ciated Press lias had an interview iotUik of Spain on guarantee oi ereigns of the nation to demand that with Agulnaldoj who said there were ributions, 802.000.000: loan ol justice if not liberality be followed 07,000 insurgents armed with rifles. thop.(Dak of 4 Spain pet by the got eminent in all its dealings He added he 'could raise 100,000 men. cenWjJdtiternal tlu1ot' 829,000,000 with the soldiers. pointed Phiirjpinc taxes, 837,000,000. Indeed, It is understood thnt a number of out, tho tho insurgent leader the Phil- sumV do 'not include debts for These whole population of 'to the resolutions have been sent in contracted committee bearing upon the conduct ippine islands was'wdlHng to fight for are placed their independence. of the pension office. Continuing, Aguinaldo said he had maeiSoV.OOO.OOO. According' to the l'lillmlclphin Selected. The choice of the place for the next 0,000 military prisoners, Including infcjmatlci in the possession of the encampment was then taken up. The 5,000 in the vicinity of Manila, be- department all the money obtained hast been-- , expended on expeditions contesting cities were Philadelphia and sides civil prisoners. Later, Aguinaldo said the Denver. A vote resulted in the choice colonies, whoso total of the former city 3'J5 to 205. ISO, 481 soldr"ers, government" was now operat- amqunted-XV0,223 A motion wns made immediately ing 23 provinces. He asserted that on officers- - 'a&H about 7o5 generals. afterward to go into the election of August S they elected delegates, In Of th&inil)iJns expended only So.OOO.OOC commauder in chief. Although it wns numbers proportionate to tho popu- wmfspcntVbj; ho Spanish1, goVernracnt then late in the afternoon the motion lation. to iijlcrenso Its naval force. El Mundo was adopted, and immediately the to the Americans, Aguinaldo re- of Spam, commenting upon this small name of Albert D. Shaw, of Watertown, he considered them ns appropriation for the navy when such N. V., wns presented by a delegate of marked that brothers, and thnt "the two sovereign a large sunf was expended for the that state. republics were nllled against a com- arrto points out 'that this sum was Gen. John C. lllaek, In placing in nomsiitncignt xA have bought und ination James A. Sexton, of Chicago, mon enemy." a'J Battleship of 10.000 tons, When questioned as to whether tho called attention to the fact that Illinois future Filipino policy would bo abso- Vmtk"tho entire appropriation," it was the fostering mother of the organbattlo ships ization, nnd in that way had the first lute independence, Aguinaldo excused continues,- ''sixty-sicommander, subsequently that typical himself from replying, and asked what could have'.bcen secured." American volunteer soldier, John A. LoAmerica intends to do. Aiordlng fy tho reports received gan, had been twjee elected commander, hcretlt isCviacnt that Spain deeply but for 25 j ears Illinois had seen the doplqVes her 'failure to add a largo Hon. Thomas V. liayurtl Very Wealf. scepter of authority placed in the hands New Yoniv, Sept. 13. A dispatch number.)! ships to her Jiavy instead of comrades from other states. He from Dcdham. Mass,, says that Thbmus of ai;plylng rtt least half of the. appro- then, in n most forclljy eloquent man- F. P.ayard did not rest at all Sunday priauonsimaaepv. ine cort.es to tnc the claim of his eandi- - STANFORD. OF KY. Bank. By provision o !ta charter, depositors are as fully protected m an depositors in National Banlts, 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 as Executor, Administrator, Trustee er Receiver, as an Individual, baW Condition of the Farmer Bank and Trust Co., Stanford. Kentucky. December 31. 1896. RESOURCES: Kotos and Bills LIABILITIES: U02.81S.21 1,095.82 4.202.41 40,239.20 6,400 00 25,503.20 1387,015,00 - Cult Dther Stocks and Bonds Overdralts Banltg. Buo fromBotus and Fixtures , Capital Stock Surplus Fund Individual Deposits Duo to Banks 1200,00001 19,433.44 155.504.0! 12,04141 t3S7,OO.M: --, ,v DIRECTORS: J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon. J. S. Owsley, Stanford. J. B. Owsley, Stanford. William Gooeh, Stanford. S. H. Shanks, Stanford. S. J. Embry, Stanford. J. F. Cash, Stanford. A. W. Carpenter, Stanford. I trans-porfc'te.- , by-t- ho govern-merirtJlyhTp- h J. E. Lynn, Stanford. N. Menefee, Stanford. W. H. Cummins, Lincoln County.' J. 8. H. SHANKS, President. J, B. OWSLEY, Cashier W. M. BRIGHT, Teller. JWWe solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, an they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier1, "pro-visioif.- sentdtje is fl BUSINESS EDl)6flTI0N Is absolutely necessary to tho yountj man or young woman who would win success in life. This being conceded, it is of the first importance to get your training at the school that stands in the very front rank tho main-talrfc- il - x Bryant & Stratton Business College, KY., BooJckeepinff, book-givin- Shorthand, Telegraphy., & ner, presented 1 Thomas Kansas mentioned in connection with tjie ofllce, were withdrawn. Sexton Clumen. The roll of states was then called and the vote was announced, showing the election of Jumes A. Sexton, who received 424 votes, while Albert D. Shaw recehed 241. Comrade Shaw in d speech moved the unana imous election of Sexton, nnd the mo tion was parried. Sexton being called, returned his thanks In ery brief form and the encampment immediately adwell-worde- Tiren1infnsaar?ffikrofof J. Anderson, Ohio, und n i &&?'& jSMktHni . inalfitcrisBcd. oflthg,arni.v?ae.It Is appren ciatei by tho Madrid 'governraeht that - Write foVbeautlful testimonials from graduates occunylpg.proml.,w ' 'nent positions all over'the United States It will be mailed FREE. 17J in view of tho condition of her treasury and tho further fact that her naval force is now greatly inferior it would be useless to continue the struggle, especially as there is no nation of Europe willing to support her in caesho should again resort to the arbitrament of arms. MORE l FIGHTING PROBABLE. Druggists and Pharmacists. H1 journed. Thursday night wns the gieatest night of demonstrations during the week. The most elaborate fireworks ,V.'. were made along the banks of the river and from boats in the harbor, whlle there were also great displays J10T. THOMAS F. IlAYAliD. in the same line at the zoological garden, the lagoon. Coney Island, Chester and is very wenk. His doctors expect park, Camp Shermnn nnd other places. him tu live about a week longer. These took the places of the camp tires. THE OREGON AND THE IOWA. The N'cvr Comniniiiler. "Vlv-,Vffijft.-.Vi'.V- Gen. Wheeler Says the President Kxpecta Trouble Over the Philippines No Faith III l'e.lce Negotiations. Itepnrl on 1'ciimIoiii. afternoon session convened promptly nt two o'clock. The flr&.t business In order was a lengthy report from the committee on pensions. A The synopsis follows: The report dealt extensively In an effort to refute the charge that the pension roll was a roll of dishonor. It cited the fact that oxpenslve Investigations had been Undertaken by the department of different states, and that after close Inquiry there had not been a single case of fraud discovered which could be traced to a member of the Grand Army of the Republic. The report went on to say that tho roll was distinctly a roll of honor. It made a somewhat extended comparison with the work accomplished now and during the last year of the administration of Gen. Grant. This showed that the eftlciency of tho department In the way of prompt disposal of claims had been vastly Increased. The committee gave figures showing that tho death rate was rapidly Increasing among pensioners. The number dying each year now exceeds 40,000. It Is estimated that tho Increase In tho number of deaths will be such that tn 1920 tho number of pensioners will bo reduced to a llttlo over 250.OCO. and that In 1910 tho list will be obliterated The report recommended that Just ami liberal provisions should be made for adjudicating the claims now pending In the department, and that no relaxation of efforts on the pari of the Orand Army of the Republic be allowed to Interfere with this duty. Tun n er Criticize i:nim. cinnati. 9f When a mutlon was mude to accept and adopt the report "Corporal" Tun-ne- r, of .New York, arose to discuss it. He said that In t lie main he agreed with all the committee hud said. But in regard to that portion of the i eport which ileult with the administration of the pension cilice he did not agree, und he went on to spenk in unrestialncd criticism of the present commissioner of pensions. Hon. II. Clay livaus. With evident feeling he sntd: I Col. James A. Sexton, of Chicago, the new commander In chief of the G. A. R.. was born In Chicago January 5, 1SU. When Lincoln, In April, 1SC1, Issued his call for 75,000 volunteers Col. Sexton enlisted April 19, 1SU1, as a private soldier. He was then only 17 years old. After three months' servIlliice ho reenllsted In the nois Infantry volunteers and was commissioned a first lieutenant. He was later Illinois transferred to the Seventy-secon- d volunteers and was made capta'In of company D. He served In Ransom's brigade, McArthur's division, Seventeenth army corps ci the army of the Tennossee, and participated in its campaigns, sieges and battles. As a regimental commander he fought his regiment In the battles of Columbia, Duck River, Spring Hill, Franklin and Nashville, and throughout the Nashville campaign. In 1S65 he was or. tho start of Maj. Gen. A. J. Smith, the commander of the Sixteenth army corps, and remained with Smith until the end of the war. Upon the assault and capture of the Spanish fort, Mobile, Ala., April 8, 1SS3, he had his left leg broken below the knee, being struck by a piece of shell weighing 17 ounces. Ho was wounded at the battle of Franklin and at the battle of Nashville. After the war he itimalned two years in Alabama working a plantation near Montgomery'. In 18CT he returned to Chicago and founded the firm of J. A. & T. S. Sexton. In 1672. after the Chicago nre, this Arm was succeeded by Crlbben, Sexton & Co., and Is still manufacturing stoves, hollow ware, etc. Col. Sexton has been prosperous und an active citizen In every movement for the public. President Harrison made him postmaster of Chicago In April, 1SS9. Col. Sexton gave himself up to his duties as postmaster and did much to make the a well-m- a nased public concern. The world's fair was held dudlng his term. He Is an active worker In the grand army, the military order of the Loyal Legion and other soldier and grand army societies. He Is a past commander of the department of Illinois, O, A. Jl. At the present time he Is president of the board of trustees of tho Illinois soldiers' and sailors' home, located at Qulncy. He has been a presidential elector, a Lincoln park commissioner, a colonel la the Illinois national guard and has held several positions of honor and responsibility in the state, Sixty-seventh of-n- ce The War Long Ammunition Dkcatuis. Ala.. Sept 13. In a conversation held by Gen. Wheeler with several prominent gentlemen in tho hearing of a correspondent, and in reply to a question by one of them the general said: "No, gentlemen, I really do not believe that the fighting is all done yet. I believe there is to be more trouble with Spain. Indeed, President MciKnley himself is not nt all sanguine of peace. Vessels Doing Prepared for Theli He told mo personally not a great many hours ago that ho had no faith Journev to San Iraticlsco ';.'-" MC.& D.N, WILLIAMS Hi m Mt Vernon, Ky. We carry Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours. m Give us a'call ior goods usually kept in HI s drugstore. first-clas- 'ni h Jvl' I fr l'ut on Hoard. "I A. stand ready to be responsible here and requiro attention and three not." "Prcsldont McKinley s deeply und gravely concerned over the situathe general overhauling. We solicit the accounts of the citizens ot Rockcastle and adjoining The converted yacht Buccaneer went tion, and is spending sleepless nights counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business out of commission Monday. Her crew over it" Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view was transferred to the receiving ship , tin Itevolutlon In Peru. to business relations, respectfully invited. Vermont. Washington, Sept. IS. Tho Perui Jo & HOCKER, Prcs. JNO. J. McROBERTS, Cashier; IN CRETE. vian legation at Washington has reHORRIBLE DOINGS ceived a cablegruin from Lima stating that there is no revolution in tho counhlx Hundred Men, Women and Children try. In some places bands of maraudKither llurued Alive or Massacred ers have appeared who'werc dispersed In the Outbreak at CandU. on tho approach of the government troops sent to pursue thorn. Peru, Loxno.v, Sept. 13. Tho correspondent of tho Times at Candia, Island of says the message, is in a state of comCrete, who has just landed after flvo plete quiet which it lias enjoyed for days in tho Iloadstead, says: "About some years. six hundred men, women and children Should Itetain the Philippines. For Everything: lu were pither burned allvo or massacred Washington, Sept. 12. Mr. Charles in tho outbreak last week. Denby, former minister of the United "Tho Turkish troops aro now patroll- State to China, arrived hero Monday ing and blocking up tho streets. The from Pokin and in tho afternoon paid Mussulmans are ransacking tho ruins his respects to the president On leavof the burned quarters of tho town ing tho white house Mr. Denby, in anToru Hoshl.. the Japanese mlnhter. has where- tho devastation is complete, swer to Inquiries, said that in his , beoil CjlrCfpd In h Tn t,n rHi Mnrllii nif.nl lllood Is visible everywhere. Such judgment the and will retire from the post at Washing- United States should renot burned tain permanent possession of all or present indications are tnat nu bodies of the slain ns were ion. successor, will be Mr. Hatoyane. a leading were removed Sunday in carl.i and practically all of ihu Philippine me inber of Coun okuma's party, a promihurled outside the town llailts." islands?! nent lawyer of Toklo. Her-boiler- s New York, Sopt 13. Orders are expected at the Brooklyn navy yard any time for the sailing of the battle bhlns Oregon and, Iowa for tho Pacific. Ammunition is being put on board of both ships and they will begin coaling Tuesday. They will bo painted tho regulation lead color. Monday the battlo ship Massachusetts was transferring her ordnance and over two is to thousand tons of coal be taken out of her bunkers to make her ready for entrance into dry dock.' weeks will probably be consumed in that tho peace commission would bo able to come to satisfactory terms with tho Spaniards. This belief is based on the Philippine situation. 'The Spanish ministry contend that ns tho battles of Manila nnd other parts of the islands took place subsequent to tho signing of the peace protocol, that peace negotiations will not hold so far ns they aro concerned, Spain will refuse to give up the Philippines, and, of course," continued tho general, emphasizing the last words particularly, "wo can not think of such a thing as giving them up, and we will First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Capital Stock $200,000. Surplus M. D. -- $23,100. r J, Elmore, F. Refd W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, J. S. Hoclcer and M. J. Miller. GOTO JONAS McKENZIE f ie ,'- Dm Goons, ciotmno. Boots and siloes GENERAL MERCHANDISE.Best Goods at Living Price, ftll rvssnnnmnaic a . Mt Vernon Signal 16, 1S98 Friday, Sept Published every Friday by JAMES aIaRET. SUBSCRIPTION ONK YKAK I.OO has been employed to preach two house and lot in town. Mrs. Martha Sundays each month instead of 46-- 4 1. one, as heretofore. EajtfwaECMfsjrrj For Sale Or Exchange. Farm If you are a subscriber of 30 acres, 3 room- house, 4 miles signal y0ti can get the Weekly . Dispatch for 25 cts. East of Brohhead. Good orchard, Louisvillq Commercial, 2 springs, good water. 40 cts. 20 acres in All seem to be enjoying this deCourier Journal, Under good fence, lightful weather and take advant- cultivation. (twice a week) 25 cts. age of it in the way of walks, in'good condition. Good ground. Post, Daily, $1.75 Also the S. A. Coyle full stilling drives, etc. Cincinnati Inquire 50 cts outnt. lioiler and all. Will sell The people of Crab Orchard are Chattanooga, Farm & Trade 25 cts pleased to know that Bro. Max'ey or exchange for larger farm or CRAB ORCPARD. - Homestead ' ' I Bone Black A - , Mi -- Jones. 70R CONGRKSS Monday was a day of some excitement here by the news: "An rates made known on Engine has been Thrown from the Advertising Track" It was near the depot application where a freight train had pulled into a side switch. No one was hurt and little damage done to the ' H. H. REYNOLDS Blacksmith, fci Horseshoeing, all 'round, 50 cents. Protracted meeting was begun Everything furnished. Best nails OF SHELBY. o at the Holmes school house Sun- and shoes used. vyrtfpwpwwiiuutf day evening by Messrs. Livingston Tub steamer, City of Rome, left" and Daughtery. Good crowds are Keeps Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Poiismoutli, N. H., on la"st Mon- in attendance and much good DEALERS IN Linen Bosoms, Cuffs, and Collars. day with Cerveraand tite Spanish hoped for. furn'ish Metallic Caskets and Can prisoners. They'go .djrect to The box supper given by the have Embalming done on short ' SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES. Spain. Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at iair nrices. young ladies of the Baptist church, notice and easy terms. Orders by ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. ' Admiral Dewey will not be ex- - proved a success. They realized 2x2, 30 inches long, all while telegraph or, telephone promptly 'ss Ada McWhorter's attende'd to day or night. actly a Peace Commissioner, but $11.05. ornS C gradeor better, $12 per m, 6. he will stand ready to make peace box brought the greatest amount, 2x2, 30 inches long, red, $6 tKY, MT. if the commission cannot. He will Mr K. Stewart being determined per 111. y. a. cAiisoN" to have it, though he was led a do it with "the men behind the 28 inches long, white $6 9 merry race by M. F. McCliire, guns." per m. And Mrs. M. E. Slaughter has been Do red $4 The contracts for three new sick and not been able to be at per m. battle ship? have been awarded. her place of business for several SINGLE TREE BILLETS. They will be 6f,i2,coo tons dis- days. Mt. Vernon and Brodhead, placement, with n , coaling capacity 2x?Jb, 38 inches, long white, Mr. A. C. Stapp, of Mt. Vernon, Kentucky. per in. $16 of 3,000 tons and a speed of eightW. II. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR. is here with the family of Dr. Will be pleased to give estimates een and one half knots. NECK YOKES. MANUPACTURKK AND DI'AU'R IN' Stapp. on work.. Satisfaction guaranteed. 3x3, 48 inches long' white or red Mrs. A. H. Bastin is sojourning If Mr. Hanna adheres to the pur$25 per 111. pose, expressed some time ago. to at Russell Springs for several To be delivered at any station fight the campaign this year on the weeks in the hope of gaining some EVERYBODY LOOK. on K. D of L. & N. or K. C. war, he should be loosiug after the of the strength lost by sickness I.am selling the S,nRer sewing division, will cull once every two fortifications. Some of them are the past summer. weeks. L. L. Jarrett, Inspectcr. Machine on easy terms and keep all conalreadv in a tumbled-dow- n kinds of sewing machiue needles oil Albert Newland left for LexingBrodhead, Ky. dition. bands, shuttles, and everything his ton yesterday to- that belongs to a sewing machine. he having been at home on Collegiate-Iristit- u It is estimated by naval attaches furlough for two months on acWill send needlcs'.by mall to any ad- ofthis Government abroad, that ress. I also clean and repair all kinds IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. aside from the loss ot her colonies count of ill health. A. A. of machines. You can see me here and the damages to her navy, the Mrs. D. B. Edmiston and Openes 6, 1898 every! Saturday. W. M. Ower.s war with the United States cost daughter, Lillie, left Monday for rwM Mt Vernon Ky i Academic, Intermediate, and Spain in the neighborhood of $374,- - Indiana, the former hoping to IN BRICK HOTEL . . Primary, Departments. 800,000. gain much benefit from the water. a "Work Opposite Court House. W. A, Carson has sold his stock A Special dispatch from Vienna When Your Horye Is Shod By L. M.SCROGG-S- . of goods to Robt. Edmiston and n says the entire Entrance on Main Street. is now invoicing and will Empire is infuriated against the Mr. E. P STAIRS. -- a Room 8 TAYLOR Italians as a result of the assassi continue selling at the same stand. nation of the Empress Elizabeth, J. E. Carson and family will n and that violent dem- leave in a few days for Wabaah, , A 1 m Ind., where they will make their onstrations have taken nlace. depend upon it that it X future home. has been done in a scientific man-ue- r The richest mine in the world Miss Mary Beazley has accepted and the shoes will siav on tin- . produces neither gold nor silver. ul worn out. JSSTCASH th ? position as governess at the Torino- t.1,0 Until. nf KnuHn.-.,.., "'""V " IV.m.A-...... is the Calumet and Hecla copper It mine, which a few days ago de- Crab Orchard Springs. Hon. G. G. GILBERT, 37-3mSan-tande- engine. odhoad, Ky Thousands Use it! Do You? Fqt Wheat Ground l,30a hundred, Dessicated Bono 1.35. per hundred. PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER Somo dealers Experiment at the Fanners' Expense. ; Ao and handle only the best grade of goods . Always lccpt in stock j Funeral Director. and for sale by ilt. Vernon, - - - Kentucky ,1. V. MOORE & A. E. ALBRIGHT, t tf-- "mmmw ' "''S&r Fertilizer. TIim Tlnst L 'i anil RnvnsJ-i illis Griffin (,S if 'J 1 T Brodhead, Ky. t if f r, " General Merchandise Old Main and Church VERNON, Sts jr I ' ;' -- Painter Paper Hanger, Brodhead Marble Works Monnuments and Tomb Stones. V X. Mt. Vernon re-jo- in regi-meu- t, te Dr Grauman, DENTIST Fall Session . September ' r ''JM del i Special Normal for Teachers Austrian-Hungaria- Pincipal .. "' V . THO'S' vt anti-Italia- Blacksmith, SI, critical little. - Yu"y . -.- V clared its 108th dividend, making an aggregate distribution of profits to the amount of $54,850,000. WILDIE. Sick or Well, A Rush Night and Day. o Ko lei Frith Brodhead, ivivmertoni- Town Lots for business 1 F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Hon. G. G. Gilbert spoke in J. Fish has a nice sign oil his Located-'a- t the DepotgRc-- . Satia-gThe Packers at the Battle of Stanford last Monday and was store and one on his hotel. de Cuba were all Heroes. greeted by a large and enthusiastic Ky , Miss Lucy Grifiin and mother, audience. He spoke like a statesTheir Heroic Efforts in getting Goocl ,Liv?ry Attaehed Ammunition and Rations to the Meet all Trains, Day aud Night. man and handled his subjects in a visited at Edgar Hayes' last week. Traveling Men and Railroad Front Saved the day. or .uivingsron, was masterly way, convincing the peo ur. lvucas, men Solicited. Will fur ple that he should be sent Congress here Friday and Saturday. P. E. Butler, ot pack-trai- n No' nish lunches on all Trains. where he properly belongs. The Dr. Suttles, of Berea, has located 3, writing from Santiago, De Cuba, Hon. G. M. Davison was not even here. on July 23d, says.- "We all had present, uiuchless to debate with diarrhoea in more or less violent There are some cases of diph his oppencut, although he had form, and when we landed we theria reported near Conway. - House. In the most desirable Part of Town near ' new Depot, call and see them. Win. FIELDS v -- and Dwelling 4 j ' : . " :f . : ' been cordially invited to meet Mr, Gilbert. has been 90)000 volunteers mustered out of service and it is given out that this will be all on account of the seriousnes of the Philippines. situation in the McKinley seems Presideut to so General Wheeler says, think, that the Peace Commission will be unable to settle the differences between Spain and this country. If this country will only give Dewey what men and battleships he needs he can settle that question for all time to come. There plores her failure to add a laige number of ships to her navy instead of applying half of the appropriation to her army. The rea son for this grief is not very forcible. If 'Spain's navy had been larger her whipping would have been that much worse. The wisest man yet developed in Spain by the of the Cabinet war was lough. who at the beginning of hostilities Are you paying for w fait you, arc Mrs. A. T. Fish who " lias .been reading. expressed his sorrow that Spain very sick is reported better. had a single the'-membman-of-wa- It is said that Spam deeply de- had no time to see a doctor, for it L. T. Stewart was in Pine Hill was a case of rush and rush night loading lumber last week. and day to keep the troops supplied For (lie gjiecdy and pcnoaner.t c C. S. Carter of the Carter Mann with ammunition and rations, but tetter, aL ibrmn and cczcuin. C.L, berlaJn'i- - Wo nnd NSTci:i 0!ti : Lumber Co., of Mansfield, Ohio, thanks to Chamberlain's Colic, jv:t!n V;n, imuiuI, It relieves t, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, jng an smarting ahUot instantly is at L. T. Stewart's this week. Ha coniipnrd no effeetsm .VT, we are able to keep at work and euro, llirlso raro.iltch. bu ae: Frank Gover with Graham Lum- keep out health; in fact, I sincerely "..im nnwi. )oro niDHies. Ken n ' ' ber Co., Cincinnati, was here last believe that at one critical tiufe this cn;ijppfi hnrdfl, chronic sort: (I liila week grading lumber, medicine was the indirect saviour r iJr. JfcuJr'H (ciiilltfon of our army, tbi if the packers had Jor?ej3iTholwKttnmu. bloo.l p J. Fish and W. II. Jones were in not been able to work there would auuvfirmiui'.'o. 1'i'ico, .'ocems Wu ,1V Cincinnati last week. have been no way of getting supMrs. W. H. Braunaman went to plies to the front. There were no Livingston last week to see T. B apc ' gives The label on your roads that a wagon train could Lair who has been very sick. dalOrfo 'which yon have haid. use. My comrade and mvself had the Laok atjil noxv, Carter Moore and brother Franic, the good fortune to lay in a supof Welchburg, were visiting Will ply of this medicine ior our before we left Tampa, and Tom Brannaman 'last Satur- pack-trai- n IMPROVED day and Sunday. and I know in four cases it abso CINGGR. vJ5 1 Cb FHEIGHT lutely saved life." Miss Ellen Butner dismissed her PREPAID. ' ffl The above letter was written to IWf.msasS5SSStSSS school at Conway, Monday on acrorthlsilyle new high the manufacturers ofthis medicine, count of diphtheria in the neighboram sewing the Chamberlain Medicine Co., machinetrith hood. oil attach. Desmoines, Iowa. For sale by M. "(iirvii.n rffni'uri tnents war. lasted loyeara. It Arthur Long aud Dan Scott, two C. & D. N. Williams, Mt. Vernon! machiue fsnot sat. tefactorylnjodays boys- in blue belongiug to Ky. of the ITlotlCV will be rr. funded. Sendcath the' 2nd Ky., are at home on furwith order. Descriptive 1 ! ABE (BHHfes. ttVSa WIBCB & H SSi Bsam. Av m mt mi J 0 Drugs, jfMedicines, Cheap, ' )yrug CheaRer, C. C- - Store Groceries TOBACCO AND CIGARS Sr5$w I Cheapest DAVIS & CO ' : 1 r'-- r-i ,, HHHd Subscribe for the . '4 scut liuu. circular on nppltca KY. WHAYNB M'K'Q 560 FOURTH AVE., CO., SIGNAL 1.00 A YEAR. LOUISVILLE. r. attrxznM?ttMX2Vr3T,nT&wKxiiaTmrtwtwex&aL2X twrxmuu!kTcaci53Ti;saf tTnj'W e Pkoctok-Rectou.- A arn'.ijt.Mv.iij'immjiMuMin.i i.mjjjtfii(ij tm mm i u pjujiipmuiw pretty The Show 'that isadvertised COURT CALENDAR. home wedding was"4 solemnized nt to appear County Court. Fourth Monhere is said to be no good Misses Lou and' Rosa Gentry the residence of W. G(. Hiatl on by parties who have seen it. And day in each month. Mt. Vernon. Ky., Sei'T. i 6 1898 Quarterly Court. Fitst Mon attending Louden Fair this Wednesday last, between Mr. Lee they evidently tell the truth for I") E. Hnnsell will move to Law- - aic Proctor and Miss Martha Rector it seems they could not day fn January, April, July and' week. rustle up October. EourKtnl Hit Mt Verno.1, Kv , rtlllCl'lltU'g. Rev. J. M Riddle .pj the Christian money enough to put a mnall "ad" ninll nl itter Salt ran Salic 7 bu $1.60 church, performed tho ceremony in in this paper. At least they didn't Circuit Coupt. Second Mon ludgp McCluic is hnili fronj day in February, Fourth Monday a beautiful and impressive manner. call. 5bu r.2 5. A. IS. Al.DEIGHT, Keep your money and slay in May and Thiid Monday in visit to CatupCorbin. ' tt The attendants yi'erc C. C. Davir. at home. We think it Brodhead, Ky. must" be a ' T. I). Chandler was in Wcdiics- and- - Miss Kate ,Sprad!in, with tuck board show . Take warning, Mt. Vernon Police Court. H. B. Spratt has been doing day from Level Green. Misses Evt Fish and Laura Baker keep your money, you may need it Third Mondav in each mouth. some urtislic inside work, with his as flcmei girl,s. The parlor was at home Mrs. Traub, of Qtteniieitn, is paint brush on S. Cr Franklin's tastefully decorated with yellow and Louisvllc 4. Nachvillc R. rt. Co. visiting Mrs. Frit?. Krueger at this cottage.' Procsslonal Cards. green and with the subdued light BRODHEAD. place. , Wanted' To tiade . five room of many lamps, presented a scene , & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. be ' remembered to Dr. A. A.' Grauman. dentiat, has house, and 2 lots in Mt. Vernon, long J. R, Cass vis working nights P. A. Pennington, DMD. S., M. D. Day Mail North a " .office now in Brick Hotel over Sig- - for a farm worth from $400 to by 11:37 present. Miss here now.S those DENTST, uay .Mini fiouin . 2.27 P m ual office $600. Inquire nt this office. 3t Rector is the adopted daughter of Halve Dunn says he made a N W (Jor. Third nnd Chestnut Night '.:.. ..: 1:32 a ni W. G, Hiatt and is loved and ad Sts... good selection ot goods while in Fritz Kmeger is in Harlan Njght Ex. jotith 1:48 am "LOUISVILLE. KY. Savtf 20 per cent, by buying mired by all who know her. She building a cistern for the chpol at the City. J. A. LANDKUMr-Agcnyour drugs and medicines at F, L. is possessed of beauty, culture and t that place. Mjss Berta Hilton is high clerk Wallin's drug store, Crao Orchard. a lovable disposition, which graces , Dr. 1'. A. Pennington, the dent- He also carries a fine line of pure always draw the 'hearts; of the peo- in the Woodyard & Hilton store CHURCHES. ist, will beat the Miller Hotel dur- wines and liquors. Mail and tele- ple. Mr. ProctcSrfis'a young man heic. j, SURVEYOR Chilian Holiln services 1st & 3rl Sunday ing Cifcuit Court has many phone orders promptly filled tf ofsterling-worth.jjauA.J. Pike preached at Oak Hill Ot 11 a. m. and ntC.'Stf . m. notable trails and well deserves the Saturday and Sunday. If you wish your glasses put in For Sale Cheap. Two good hand of the fair bride he has won. ... i Also, an Ageut for the best- I homas Francisco has been at new frames call on S. C. Franklin horses, two young cows, 7 head of - Holds services on the 1th A Guest. FmbytennuTailors in the world. ' ' at the Signal office. Hazle Patch for .some time hogs, one buggy, one second-hanDr. Peters, of Jackson county, W. B. Whitehead went to Junc- piano; household and kitchen CCT lix C. C. WILLIAMS, H Si "fc U Two and onehalf miles was in town Wednesday. Baptist Cl.uruh Servicer on the tion City, Tuesday to see the 4th Saturday mid' Snuday. nfalit Sunday Aotrney- east of Mt. Vernon. ior Infanto and Children. v Regiment go by. Mrs. E. E. PJotheroe and School lit a m every Sunday. J'raycr ' .. J S. Dameron. Ait. Vernon, Ky. 3t Iho Kind You Have Always Bought mother-in-latneetinj; or. Tuesday nights. Iter. J 0 Cur are in London taking Mrs. Chas. Faulkner and Miss talcnl. luntur. in the fair. Bears tho Rtidie Scott ore visiting the family B..Ofiice on 2nd floor of new Mrs. Cris Woods, of ' Wildie W of A. R. Scott, this place. loranvuie uwens lias a very se brick on Church street. Special and daughter of Mrs. Jim Jones', of Signaturo qf CzLf MASONIC. attention given to collections. vere attack of malaria. ,Charley Thompson, the brick this place, died las: Monday of Athl.mil I.odga,Ko. CIO meets 3rd MonTo Builders. J. W. Marler Miss Lida Hilton is on the sick and stone mason, has dug a num- cancer of the stouueh. She was day 10 A m. G. W. McCLURE, ' ber of wells in tlte last few weeks. universally loved and respected by & Sons now have their mill on one list at present. every one. The family have the of the best sites in the county and Hugh Martin fell from a tree Attroney-atJL- a G. W. McClure says he can re- sympathy of all OTHERWISE. LOCAL are lully prepared to cut bills to and sprained his arm very badly. Mt. Vernon, Ky. member very well when men wore order on very short' notice. LumAttention Gentlemen. Business is on the boom here. knee pants and spade tail coats. All business entrusted to my care" ber can, be, delivered at Mt. Vernon .TT. Tailor made othes at "hand me if desiied. Give us your orders and will receive prompt attention. , 'ay your dues to Signal. Larkin Hicks and wife are visitNeal Parrett, N. H. Tyree and down" prices suits to order lrom get prompt attention and the best ing relatives at Morelaud ircuit Court convenes Monday. Mr Mills are putting up Andrew and Office on Second floor of new brick: $8.50 up pantaloons $2,50 up fit of Lumber. on Church street. other points. diseveral cases ot diphtheria near Baker's building on the burnt and satisfaction guarantee! ask to .rf1A3r,.iUA. -trict, Conway. J. W. Tate and wife visited Mr. A. E. Albright see samples. R. G.WILLIAMS, and Mrs. Dud Holmes, of Lincoln, Brodhead Ky. LIVINGSTON. Dave Robinson has a new boy at Mrs. Dr. Steve Brown, of Comat-LaV last Sunday. biq house. merce, Texas, aftei two weeks with On a trip to Lancaster, Saturday, MT. VERNON. KY. Mrs. Tilman Gilpin has returned et a nice lunch at S. W. Davis to relatives in this county has gone we met a number of old friends, Mrs. Lou Maddox, of Mullins from a visit to her husband on thq LL.J to Parksville. during Court. among them: T. S. Miller, J. M. Station, was the guest ofthe family Illinois Central. Don't forget to call at Williams' Higginbotham, Sweeney Morgan, of A. N. Beutley this week. A. R. Scott is making his kiln W. G. T(harp has returned from drug store during Court. Make Robt. Kiunaird, S. C. Denny and ten feet higher. Mrs, Buck Johnson has joined Riley's where he met his sister this drugstore your headquarters Editor Louis Lands um, of the r Mrs. R. S. Martin, of Brodhead, Record, who runs the best news- her husband at Lebanon Junction whom he had not seen for years. while in town. ' has been quite ill. PRACTICAL where tliey willinake their home paper Garrard ever had MN G. Aldridge contemplates J. Jones, of Villa Grove, 111., J. tpjose such an e x-- moving back to Garrard in a short G. 'W. Fagjw, of Pine Hill, -- was .We. EMBALMER. meis visiting his parents near Conway The numerous here Wednesday. ' I STANFORD, KY. time. He came out to buy cattle but chanical devices that I have lately Stock Complete. Telegraph Ords Mrs. Ida Webb, of Lo uisville. is Well'digging has become epi- found them higher here than there. added to my watch and clock deers a Specialtv. demic around town. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Thomas is in from Ellis, Call at Williams' drug store and partment, enable me to turn out A. N. Beutley. 1A.11 the crushers will close down work very fast. Gold spectacle Kans., visiting old friends and relaget your drugs, patent medicines. DR. A. G. LOVELL, Miss Lena Bently is visiting tives. He is accompanied by his sopu for the. winter. frames neatly soldered; gold and books, paints, oils &c. Will take Physician aud Surgeon, daughter, Nellie E. T. Fish, ofthe 3rd Regiment, pleasure in showing you our stock. silver rings cut and soldered, made friends in Louisville and Glasgow bright little smaller or larger, &c, &c. is here on a furlough. MT V BNON, lY Jas. F. Cumtnius, of Star ford, Marie Sam Dcnham, the popular drug S. C. Franklin, Ollice North bide Alum street was up the first of the week to look Mrs. F. Thompson and childicn NOTICE. clerk for'M. C. & D. N. Williams Signal office, Mt. Vernon, Ky. ' "' ':" after his drugstore interest here. ai i up from Garrard. is spending this week with his parbarrel of I will sell you a Harry Magee was down Sunday . Jas. II. Coffey was in town on ents and taking in the Fair at LonOne of our churches holds ser Michigan salt for $1.25 cnitches a few days since don vices from daylight 'till sundown, from London, courting. 7 bu barrel of Michigan salt for HUGH MILLER with a slight intermission for noon. J Mrs, Shepherd's baby has folCol. and Mrs Bentley and Mrs. $i.Go John Parker, of the ath Regilowed its mother 10 the grave. M til- Good cut shingles at $1.35 per ment, was badly hurt by a box of At least the passerby would think Webb spent Sunday at HEADQUARTERS FOR orgau. lin's Station with Mrs. Lou Mad thousand; sawed shinglrs $1 bacon falling upon him while un- so from the sound of the 50 deyTogan Thompson, Jr., and sister COMMERCIAL MEN. We believe the worship oi the dux. . livered on switch or loaded on cars, loading from a wrfgon, a few days of Garrard, have returned home. .Lord a good thing, but when will all trains' at A. E. Blbright, Brodhead, Ky. since, All ot the G. A. R. have re'(During Court go to Basement of a man have time to test if he works Brick Hotel for soup, lunches, &c. . Miss May Ferguson left Tues- hard all the week and his nerves turned from'Ciiicinnati all O K but )t No. 1 baled hay for sale at socts. dead broke. iVpo to Hugh Millet for the day for Louisville where she holds kept unstrung all day on the Sab . SV1T. by A. II, Bastin Crab Orchard. Sam Ward was in Mt. Vernon, Standard sewing machiue, the best a position in the Institute for the bath by the unnecessary roar of ' Blind She was accompanied by an organ for the past time and Saturday. made. Do you want to buy or sell a Manufacturers pleasure ot one or two. The other little Callie May, daughter of R. Bennett Joplinhas been appointJean Orndorl returned to Lon- Rockcastle farm, timber land, town of Lime and brick. churches, wheu services are over don to school after a week's illness. ed assessor for the town by the lots, business houses or dwellings? close their sacred doors and lock They also furnish Lime, Building Board. Rev. Carraical's theme Sunday them like churches should be done Mts R. C. Wade has opened a Address, Signal, Mt. Vernon, Ky Stont. either quarry face or cut. W. G, Adams offers his picuic night at the Baptist church was: and not left unlocked for persons subset iption school in the Hall Orders promptly filled. grove froc for use of barbecues The Kingdom, which he handled to enter night and day to use as over Cummin's store. Reward. The Crab Orchard, in his clever style. He made plain they see fit. This has become a this fall. Mt. Vernon TeleCapt. Boston Dillion, of Lan Stanford and Daniel's interpretation of Nebu- -' nuisance. nay $25 re Ice cream at S W. Davis ,brick caster, is the guest of his son, W. phone Company will chadnezzer's dream and why God conviction of ward for arrest and hotel basement opposite Court CuiLttHSxi'iiDiTiON iSo Five R. Dillion. caused the dream. any person who cuts the wires or ' survivors of the Lopez louse.' of the Jos. Coffey was in' Mt. Vernon, otheiwise destroys the property of the Cuban expedition o: 1850 were in Monday. between ex Construction of telephone The differences MADE BY $ said company. tension from here to Livingston Telephone Companies have been the G. A. R. parade at Cincinnati. C. Mrs. Wi R. DHlioii left Tuesday jvill begin next week. adjusted. Messages can now be They were Dr. S. S. Scott, of you want lo get mad about it to" bid farewell to If and Ky.; Fred Ginter, Hillboro, for Lexington You will find all kinds of fresh sent from here to Lancaster and flay ufl your dues, very well through Stanford Ind.; G. W. Fagan. Pine Hill, Ky.; the bo'.s of the 4th Ky. candy mad daily at S W. Davis' Gatrard points and good. Its belter thai way Connection with Berea Iryi" Mote and W. G. Gray Mr. exchange. Mrs. Joseph Cpffey and Joe Lin, 'in basement brick hotel. the than lo kecfl in good humor and and Richmond will be made within Fagan joined this expedition at Mr. and Mrs. 'Sam Ward left never pay. A. Gustafison. the clever Swede, at New Orleans and sailed for Wednesday to atfijn'a the Loudon the next week. was up from Line Creek Mill and They captured Cardenas, Fair. A good ur'cJwd from liere Cuba. visited Louisville last week. Telephone Rates. From Mt. Our friends and customers will burned the Governor's palace and will attend. ? i Vernon to Brodhead, 10 cts.; to Graunian, dentist, has find us in brick building, near killed 150 men. Spanish Dr. A. A. )cars sjeiience in It was our privilege again Tues- Crab Ore'hard, 20 cts.; to Rowland Twc office, in Brick Hotel, opposite the Christian church, under C. C. Wilcompelled ttiein to reday to see home ftiore soldiers pass and Standford business. Horse shoeing a the tf e 25 cts. liams' law office. Call and sec us treat to their vessels in which they over Sigual office. Also gene' .' through this placi,--. This time it pecialty. made their &ape from the island. Geo. Pennington qf the 2nd Ky., when in town. was the 2m' Ky.ou their way to M. C. & D. N. Williams, A Bargain. Farm of 130 acres The following year Lopez, led an- Lexington to be is still right sick with fever. Dr. flustered out. and east of Brodhead. Hous? of 8 Richmond Stieet, Mt. Vernon, N Druggists tf other expedition which came to Pennington is waiting on him. Ky. several familiar faces were to be rooms good barn and outbuildings grief. They all lost their lives inRev. L M. Scroges attended I go to the City next Monday, cluding the gallant Kentttckian, seen. Harris Vgliite and Carroll 500 bearing fruit trees. Under Portman, well known in Mt. VerMr. the 2th, to lay in my fall and win Col. (Jriitenden. Presbvterv at Harrodsbure. ine carriage in non, were amoiigheiiK All were fence and well watered. Address Lee Porter, of Clay county, an ef ter stock of Millinery and will be vhich the survivors in the CincinIessie Roberts, ficient teacher, was left in charge compelled to call on those who are nati parade afew days ago, carried glad that they were so near home DEALER IN " Brodhead, Ky. 45- again. While here, the baud of the Institute, owing me to come in and settle a large banner on which was inWHISKIES' WINES, &c, &c, played "Old Kentucky Home." and they are owing me before scribed: "What Lopez set in Mis. Laura Proctor returned what all the boys received it with shouts HaY. No. 1 Timothy baled hay for owe KY. rt mean you, if you in 1850 was realized. in 1808." from Stanford, Sunday where she that day. I and cheers. They will be sent sale. Orders fillcdpromptly by A, Fine you for past patro- Air. Fagan had not met Dr. Scott and up at $2 ' has been for six weeks with Mrs. me.( Thanking c to rest H Baston,' CraS OrchadJ ' Write I solicit a continuance ot for 48 years, and at their meeting home on Our Rockcastle friends can write Pollv Mnrtin vn line lionti cprinnr,. ''"h t f up. All say they have enough war fbr prices. '. jjkuwh same uluo Tl readily recognized the doctor. or Telephone. y ill but is recovering. A child of Hugh Hunnicut died yesterday. flourishing condition. c Sep-teniber. Mt Veruoir Signal. L. M. Houk has moved 16 town. The N. B. F. lodge here is in . -- J-- lh t. S. N. Davis-Mt. Yenon, d d f . fur-nitur- e. fi. 11 Jff3 at-La- w, w ! 0 w, I. j 1 Attorney w, "'- is & J. C. McClary UNDERTAKER. H 'are-sorr- te -' . , .' tt , Miller House, i"Jr JCSS-Po- rter J '- VERNON LIME COMPANY & I I WAGONS H. Er-lang- Gentry, ARE AS GOOD AS BE: ;T nty-eigl- it x Court-hous- black-smithin- g. Y 1 1 TOM FERRELL f mo-lio- n ROWLAND, 4 The Aiuerlcnit IMirime, "Oct There," "Taints the blood of millions, and sooner or Is IJIIIIcult for ForelKucm to later may break out in hip disease, running TrnnMlnte. sores or some more complicated form. To cure scrofula or prevent it, thoroughly What gives ino most trouble," said a forf purify your blood with Hood's Sarsaparilla, eign military attache, "is trying to translate which has a continually growing record of your American language into English first, and then Into mv own language, so as to wonderful cures. give my government n correct understanding of the spirit nnd character of your soldiers. I find tho phrase "get there,' for example, difficult. When I saw your infantry going forwntd against the opposing troops in 1 the la America's Greatest Medicine, $1 ; six! for $3. the forts and iiilrcnchments, Baid to not officer with me that the infantry should attempt such a movement without the artilHood's Pills ouro Indigestion, biliousness. lery. 'You're right,' he told ine, 'but the boys will get thcie.' At night, when we wero nil so hungry, I ventured to inquire if a furNerv Motlicr-ln-I.u- w Story. A Cleveland man who went cast to hpond ther movement were contemplated till your liis vacation brought home vttli him what he army was provisioned. Then the officers, who were gentlemanly, all laughed, nudtaid story. thinks is a new mother-in-lathe stories are a drug on the market, they army Would think about rations when day wo met there.' The but this one seems to nc n little less druggy many 'got your wcunded second coming back of than usual. A man uud Ids wife went to as we were going forward.men When the coloEurope uud tlio man's inothor-in-lnwent along. Up to this point there is no novelty nel asked them about the fighting, so many times I heard them say 'We got there.' And in the btory. " On the voyage the mother-in-lafell ill und died. Of course she had to be afterwaids I nlso heard those words used very often. U so difficult for me to lntried at sou, and so the usual canvas sack explain so myHut itpeople will understand it, own was made, but instead of nu iron weight to what natuie of tactics is 'get there.' " Jlos-to- n sink tho body they u&ed a big bag of coal. In Transcript. commenting on the arrangements afterward who stuttered bad'the bereaved Hrvnllovred n Needle and IJIeil. ly, said: "I always knew where me A tailor in Chicago accidentally swallowed was but imposed she'd have to carry her own a needle and died as n result of the inflamif I mation set up by the small needle. Little Cleveland Plain Dealer. things have frequently great power, as is seen in a few small doses of the famous When a worthies man isn't staiing.it the Stomach Hitters, which, however, clock he i gazing at tho thermometer. has an entirely different effect from tho Atchison Globe. The Hitters make needle in this notice. nervous, weak and sickly persons ntrmignnd well again. They are also good for dyspepsia and constipation. Scrofula UNTRANSLATABLE. EMPRESS DEAD. Elizabeth, of Austria, Stabbed to tin Heart by an Anarchist in Geneva, She Stngirered to Her Feet und Starter! for the Itont, llellevlnc Herself Unhurt On Reaching the Vessel him Fnlntett nml Inspired, WOMAN'S HEROISM. Tnza the f, Fimmr THirro in spelling. HoodVpS Moth-cr-inda- Genkva, Switzerland, Sept. 12. Elizabeth of Austria had been hero a fow dnys and was leaving Gen eva for Montrcaux, ivhcro she In tended to stay for somo time. She left hor hotel for tho steamboat at 12H5 p. m. On her way irons the hotel to tho pier she was assaulted by a man, who rnshed up to her and struck her. The empress fell, but 6tiiggored to her feet and started on again for the boat, believing herself unhurt .Sho reached tho steamer, which tho captain, after some hesitaKm-pre- ss llos-tetter- tion, ordered to proceed, only doing so, however, at tho command of her majesty. Shortly nftcr tho boat put off the empress fainted and tho steamer re turned to the pier. Her mnjcbty wa& taken nshorc ut onco and carried to bcr hotel, where oho expired a little later without regaining conscious- ness. It was then found sho had been stubbed nnd that the nssnssin'b stiletto hud reached hctr heart. Tho Only for Mnitlr. assassin was arrested, und proved to "Have you n soul for tmiic?" she asked as be an Italian anarchist nnincd Luc- she turned fiom the piano. "For imnic, vex," he replied, and then he cheni, who baid that ho was born in hastily changed the ntbject and neglected to Paris. ask her to sing again. The news of the murder of tho emHut she knew. You can't always fool a girl, even if ?hc docs think she has a voice-Chic- ago press spread rnpidly through the city, Post. almost stupefying the people with horror. The "Wiir Is Over London, Sept. 12. Tho story of tbo And now our thoughts arc all of peace and home. There arc, too often, people t bo assassination of the empress of Ausfound who have no home, and it is to them tria reached hero through the Unris ofthese few words are addressed. If you really want n home jou can easily get one. but fice of the llavns news agency. Tho you should act at once before the relapse French foreign ofllco confirms the refiom the war puts prirr-- on the advance. TUE EXCELLENCE Of SYRUP OF FIGS In .Marinette County, Wisconsin, the very port of the assassination of t'io emis duo not only to tho originality and finest farming laud is to he had now at a press of Austria. marmodest figure. Kxcellcnt simplicity of the combination, but also most are nt hand to take whateverhome, fannViknxa, Sept. 12. Tho plans for tho the to the care and skill with which it is kets er raises, nnd good prices are given. Theso funeral of the lntc Empress Elizabeth, manufactured by scientific processes lands are on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. who was assassinated by an anarchist known to tho Cai.ifou.nia Fia Synur Paul , llailwny, and full information con- Saturday at Geneva, contemplate cerning them will cheerfully be furiiihed Co. only, and wo wish to impress upon by ('. K. Itollini. Immigration .gcnt, 101 bringing tho remains to Vienna next all the importance of purchasing the Ia Salle Street, Chicago. o on 1'rlday Thursday, a true and originaU remedy. As tho and tho obsequies of interment on Satllext Rennnn. genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured The urday. Little Clarence (who reads and ponders) by the CalifohNia Fia Syiiup Co. Pa, I have just been leading a jaragraph, Every flag in the city was at hall only, a knowledge of that fact will says theie arc various reasons why a assist orojjin avoiding' the worthless whichwho talks in his sleep should not marry; mast Sunday, and tho theaters, races man and other amusements tiro suspended imitations manufactured by other par- what are some of those reaoiu, pa? a Mr, Callipers The best rc.iMin, my son, indefinitely. ties. Tlio high standing of the is because he talks in his sleep. Puck. Fio Uvitui Co. with the medis All the nrchdukca and tho cal profession, and the satisfaction Marie Valerie have arrived at SuriirlsfiiK Aelilcveiueut. which the genuine Syrup of Figs has behoenbrunn. "What is luck, Uncle .Mm J" given to millions of families, makes "Luck? Well, it is when a boy turns out llKltSi:, Switzerland, Sept. 12. Tho the name of tho Company a guaranty to be as smart as his grandmother said ha federal council met Monday morning of the excellence of its remedy, 'it is was." Detroit Free Picas. nnd sent the following telegram to far in advance of all other laxatives, To Cure n Cold In One I)nas it acts on the kidneys, liver nnd Emperor Francis Joseph: Take Laxative Rroinn Quinine Tabids.. All bowels without irritating or weaken"The Swiss federal council has the ing them, nnd it does not gripe nor di uggists icfiind money if it fails to cure. 25c. honor to express to your majesty its nauseate. In order to get its beneficial profoundest griof and deepest Indigpoint Instructor effects, plcaso remember the name of theme." 1001 "There is no "Oh. I to this nation at the horrible crime to which ahvayi (confidingly) tho Company was bad nt punctuation." I larwirdl Lam- Her Majesty Empress Elizabeth 'has1 poon. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Our pain nnd indignafallen victim. I could not get along without Piso's Cura tion are still the greater owing to the HAN I'UANOISCO. Cal. always cures. Mrs. Consumption. It NEW YOltIC, N.Y. for I.OCISVILI.K. Ky. E. C. Moulton, Nccdham, Maw., Oct. 22, 'Of. foul crime having been committed on Swiss territory, where the departed, An actress is often indebted to the florist ns she had often done before, was for the flowers she gets over the footlights. seeking recovery from bodily sufferChicago Daily News. M the only suro euro In tbo world for Cbrotilc Uings, which recovery, as on previous Vurl-co- o Hone Ulcer. NcrnOtloiM lcer, Vlcrra, UimErenr, Fever Ulcers, mid all Ilall'n Cntnrrh Cure More, occasions, she had every hope of findOld Sum, It noTcr foils. lr.iwaoulallolon. Is 'taken Internally. Price oc. Sares expenso unit suffering. Cures permanent. ing. Host salre f or A bciui, l"llr, lluma, C'uta., ami till Freah Wounili. lty mill, small. VOr lnrt'C, "The council hastens to assure, your Whv isn't memory the thing we forget - n Strong; mijiu'im! cm. nook trco. .1. lis Chicago Daily Xeus. with Mold by majesty, at tbo same time of its own Where- Narrower Ilnnillighter weddingCO., Mb l'unl, Minn. ai.i.h JlruggUM. and Jeweler sympathy and that of tho rinffs nn fusliintinliln. Whv tin. vml wnnfc warmest whole Swiss peoplo in the Irreparable one so broad and heavy? sLustomcr We expect to move to iNortn loss your majesty, the imperial house Dakota after the wedding. Jewelers" and tho peoples of Austria and Hun- Weekly. gary havo suffered through your ex- ' Mamma "It is naugthy to tell lies. Eva, ulted lady's death." People who do. so don't go to Heaven.' Kva. Tho Hag on the federal building Is "Did you ever tell a lnvinauitun?" Mamvoir Tho council reassem- ma "Nil. dear, never." Eva "Won't with nt half-mas- t. be fearful lonelv in Heaven,, mamma, bled Sunday afternoon to rccolvo re- mly George Washington?" Gwego Daily ports regarding the crime and to con- Palladium. sider tho steps to be taken. It Is exby Ave- are pected that tho judicial authorities of Wo are annoyed until we should follow, nnd nnnoved will conduct tho ifter that time till death gets us of the the Canton of Vnud wc are witting others. Atchison Inquiry and the trial. .. Sept. 12. Tho autopsy Globe. Gi:seva, PLUQ Would-ltshowed that the lung ns well us the Writer "What do you the most important qualification for a. heart was pierced Old Haud "A beginner in litciatuie?" No strangers are allowed to approach mall appetite." tho coflln of the murdered Empress Pl.t0 Tho body is embalmed and Elizabeth. THE MARKETS. Is dressed In white. photographed tho Tho doctors Cincinnati, Sent, n 1. wound, bu,t the plate will be destroyed. LIVESTOCK Cnttle.cominon. 43 15 T 3 M Select tmtrhcrh f4M Emperor Fran- CAIA'ES Fair to good llht . 6 K it. 7 IM It is understood thnt D HOUS Common 30) (m IlTR cis Joseph will not lcavo Austria, o"U Mixed packer. 3 SO & 3 00 Light shippers Jul Or. I IX) will send high court officials to tako SHKKP Choice (0 3 Ci3 tho body to Vienna. Flowers are ar- I.AM IIS 5 00 fo 5 ('." FLOUH-Win- tcr fnmlly 2 65 (TASKS riving .in profusion. (Si 65 CHAIN Wheat No. 2recl.noir No.3rcrt Tho assassin maintains his cynical ft fri 31 6(. Corn No. 2 mixed Cff, demeanor nnd frankly congratulates 22 Oats No.2 fffc IB Bye No. S the success of his crime. HAY himself on 8 OH Prime to choice dn 0 02 He says: PorlC o Dewey Americanizing the Philippines. Ct steam....).... "I am an anarchist, but I belong to IKJITEK-Cliol- cc 11 T6 dairy (ft 22 I'rlmo to choice creamery.. no committee. I acted on my own in1 73 2 as APPLES Cholco id fancy Wherever Battle Ax goes it pacifies and satisfies 1 25 itiative. Let them do as they llko POTATOCS-p- cr J & bbl CHICAGO. with me. That Is ray strength." " everybody and there are more men chewing 3 05 St 3 75 Geneva, Sept. 12. A flic found Into Fl.OUn Wintered patents GHAINWhent-Na2rdi 05W C3 Sunday evening In the passago of a 69 Ut. No. 3 Chicago spring 3UU CORN No. 2 SOJiffl houso on tho Ituo des Alpqs has been OATS-N- o. 20Si 0 2 8 M 8 BO Identified by tho assassin ns tho weapon PORK Moss LAKD-bte- um Uly'M 4 00 he used. NEW Yorac Ills name, though heretofore vari- FLOUR Winter patent 3 70 at 4 on WHEAT-N-o. 2 red & 73?i ously glvon and published here as : CORNNo. 2 mixed Co, 48 Lucchcsl and Lucccssl, Is now RYE to-da- y than any other chewing tobacco ever made. OAT'-Ml- xcd a 25 said to bo Lulglnl. 10 10 CilO 40 PORK- - New mess s lylng-lii-st:it- Cam-Founi- Arch-dtichc- - Itegftr-Gazett- v HocK-fortIII. JLcAinlngr ftrMitnlpnliitertTrPevrrlter Oct a Unit Ini a Queer Daring the civil ivar narly as ninth heroism wa shown by the women of our mation JlnbU, as by the bravo toldicra. Many a wiwn, weeping for her dead son, bound up the A Cleveland man has set about learning' wounda f his suffering comrades, rcjoieifcg the ut of the typewriter. Up to the present time Irohnshnd somebody to do his typewritn tnei PX, 2 JV P!V renewed ing for Him, but ncmr he wants1 to know bow" ., to run i! all by liiunclf. He admits that he . l etrengtirr " even while isn't an apt scholar. It comes slowly. Tic lorrowlng letters are hard to find and the spacing is oo' lor the easily forgotten. Hut there is omr thing tha't one who amuses him. He is learning to' spell and wan gone. learning in the same w.iy he did wftcn.a boy in the early COs. Of course he At that time was could spell when he tackled the typewriter, laid the bnt not in the samo way. Now he distinctly enumerates each letter, and does It, tooj with for the greatest care. It is a fanny thing, but he finds himself spelling nut tho words in the On the mMleJIM. or newspaper and his wife says he Bpclls-theganization known as the Woman'H Relief in his sleep. Corps, whose aid to the soldier of The other day the minister met him and fighting against the world for n living, w no asked him how Inrwns. "VT.cr-- y lie gravuly spelledl out1, lesi notable than tho heroism of the Wsi One of the most earnest members of tlio and when the pastor looked amazed he realllvrnn. III., is Alls. James House- - ized what ho had. done nnd hastily explained rnrim nt weart, but illness once put a otop to her, the cause of tho peculiarity. And the minisactive work. A year or so ago, when sue ter professed to ho greatly interested and was ncaring fifty years of age, the time wanted to know all'nbout it and the speller is when women imit bo most careful of tlioir now greatly worried for fear the parson will' strength, Mrs. liouscweart was taken seri- wrilo a- special paper on it fon some maga ously ilk The family physician told her zinc. When the mininttr finally loft him that alio had reached a critical period of her His hands and b.hiI "Good-bv.life, and' must be very careful. treatment did not benefit her, began the speller and then rco- and other treatment proved unavailing. onecicd inmscit and nastily ndtlcu "uy. Ho hopes in timo to wcarout this peculiar At last Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo People were brought to her notice, with in- ity, and when he increases his sneecl nn tlm disputable evidence that they wero helpful typewriter he no doubt will. Gloveland. in cases sneh as hers, and with renewed hope J'lnln she tried the remedy. Last March she took the first box of the pills, which gave much THE OFFICIAL TIME Sho was determined to ho cured, relief. and kept on with the medicine, until now Was Currlvil liy tin- - Rcnvrnl nnd' eight boxes have been consumed, and sho Unit to llo Ilt'cognlEcdi feellike a new woniaiu. Mrs. Houscwpart said: "I have taken ll H Such. right boxc. nnd have been improvlng-slncI took the first dose. I do not believe I could Tlic necessity Hiat there shall one have lived without tins pills. They havo done man who "has the wiy" in n rac more good- than any physician or any mand is thoroughly recognized military comin the United mrilicinn I havo over tried." story Gem Shaf-toDr. Williams' Pink PilUare sold in. boxes States nnny. Aof thu is told of expedition-nr- y commander American never in looso bulk) nt 50 centH a lmc or force six boxes- - for S2.50, add may bo hud of nil lustmtcs for tho invasion of Cuba, which ib this druggists, or dirrct by mail from Dr. Wilt regard, tile punotilio.of tho ngulare-ilianis' Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. V. At n certain frontier post at whichSllaflcr, who then held nn inferior rank, was comWHY HE. REPROVED. mander many years ngo, n discussion arose among seveial olliccrs as tti the exact time of day. There Wm Ju.it u. Faint. Suspicion hand, said:A. captain,, with In 111at "It is now cxnctlV three o'clock." Complaint. "Oh, no," said a lieutenant; "by my timo1 it's eight minutes past three." A third ollitcr d.iew his watch out of his who It isn't eveiy man in. Uncle S.un's-na- Imli-in.ipocket. "I know lityv time is exactly right," feels his lesponsibility us does mi old who M.i tieastny messenger. .lust the he said, "and my watch says-twminutes other day he was berating an absent cleik past three." leaving wiine pins on the edge of his Muj. Shaftcr looked at' tor At this juncture desk where they might be brushed off1 by his silver wo'.cli. anybody pu"iing. "I don't know whatiyour,ss'atchessuy,"llo "They'll be swept on the dure," xaiddie, iTuiJike(', "but I wish you to understand to the cxlruvngniico of the that iu this command it is live minutes past' "and wanted, government, which is aheady so hnrd up it'x three." bonowin' money, it is, to pay ixpuii.es, and 'i'lien the young ofliccrs remembered that its a shame, it is, for the nun in (lie gov- the authority of the commanding ollitcr exernment iinnloy to bo wastiu' pins whn.li tended ccn to of duK Ihttsburgh. cot money, Dispatch.. Thete was a general laugh at the earnestness of the old man's complaint, and someTIilrtr-Flv- n Tlinnxmid- 3111m body said he deserved nn uicrcjhcnft.al.iiy of Culli-ii- . for his devotion to the interests of the counThere is enough calico made in theUnited' try. And then, ns the clerks trooped-out- , States every year to make n sash which the old man xaul to the last of them; with would go completely around the "Yi, it's all right for ;ees g.izoo byes to ID IVm ttina nt tt, itit.inl lnff- (nr. n earth rP)in Iimi. he lauglun' nt inc. I'J see notjiin' wasted great popularity of this fabric is justified by here. They kin laugh, but it' not thiin that the fact that the goods known as Simpson s-li.is to go down on their hands ami knees to I'nnts nie ol Ine highest standard ot pick up tliim pi'js." Detroit FiccPrem. quality and finish. The colors arc absolutely fast and will nut fade nor will the goods become limp with washing and wringing, nnd Tonchinsr Kindness. as the material is cheap and exceedingly TiiC bronzed soldier looked at the pack-ng- o pretty, there is little wonder that many addressed to him with moibiciicd eyes, millions of yards are used annually, in; tho "lllessed .angels," he said: they do not for- drcsses-o- f women and children! get us." Then he carefully took on" the nail brush, nn wrappings and JVo Cnnne- for Jonliinsy. hair receiver, if pair of tidies, n Mrs. Ucnh.un Don't you.icully care any. pickk's, n tract, a rmnlllomdnfniixel blotting pail and a pants stmtaber. thinir about mother? ilenham Well, not enough to make you. ' Cleveland Plain Dealer, jealous. A. . .Journal. A It In In Puerto Itlco.. "I told'my wife," said Gbliang. "tflarThnd This is what happens in Puerto Uicoovcry st.ivnl down town to cet war news." "And nrnintf' "F nm lint fpilillf? vprv wpli this what did she say J" "Well, she furnished mo morning, general," says Gen. Miles to Gen. account of hostilities Onrrctson. "I think I'll take something." with nn illustratvd Cuba lowm topics. "Take something with me," says Gen. Gar- - nearer home than rctson to (Icn. Allies "Wuess l will,' respond Gen. Miles. "I'll just go out and' SIRS: PiNKHAM'S ADVICE. tukc n town." St. Louis Chronicle. Ji lllow f loidShe LOOKS Poor clothes cannot malfe Even palfe cheeks won't do it. Your household cares may)' be heavy and disappointments may be deep, buN they cannot make you look you look old. old. I -- tow-head- ed One thing docs it and never fails. It rs impossible to look young with the color of seventy years in your hair. I " AlH-T- S It ' r, permanently tell-tal- e Scir-Ititcro- M ii o according to directions it gradually brings back the color-oyoutfl. At fifty your Jlair may look as it did at fifteen., It thickens the hair also;, stops it from falling out; and cleanses the scalp Shall wc from dandruff. send' you our book on the Half and) its Diseases? Tho Best Attn tea Froe, signs of age. Used postpones the If yon dcr not obtain all the benefits you expected from tho use nf about It. tho Vigor; wtIio Probably Uiero li somo dinicultT with jrour (reneral eyitcm which Address, mar DTI. J, C.vtIIEIU Lowell, Mm. U tho-tim- IIST liiro-con- Pill B B IN H ll Ut do-- al a tlmo without it "I movomout of. t fa or lMvclt. not holui; ablo to rnoro them except by uslnc hot water Injccllons. OUroulocoostlpatlou tot iotcd years placed mo In this terrlblo conditions dnrlnetbat tlmo I did Of eryihlngl heard ot bnt uovotfou ml nuyrclleri such wasmycata-untl- l 1'bccan- - uslnic 0AbCAltl:T8. I now haTOfroiaonotoUirco-passaccsatinyaud If I was rich I'nouldlvo J 100 00 tor each movement; It AYi.itr.uL. IUi.vt. litucb a. roller." lraoitiiittll bt., Detroit, Mich. CANDY foui-d:is;- - hand-painte- d TnAOCMlUtlt RIOISUREO Qood, WorcrSlcLou. Weaken, or Pleasant, ralatablov rwent. Tae tlrlpe, lUc.SOcWo. Oood. Do X3 ... Mrllc BtmtipecmtmrWnt, Hutml, CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Tork. l. Y WhatrMra..NolI Hurst has, to Say-Abou- t - It. Pinkhasi: When, ETwote-tyou Iliad not been well for flvo years;, had doctored nil the time but got no. better. 1 had womb trouble very bad.. Sly womb pressed backward, causing piles. I was in such, misery I could scarcely walk across, tlic floor. wa:, Irregular- and too. pro- fuse was also DnA-ir.Mns-. Maa-etruati- oa o IfShotgun Shells ffegg. SHOOT INCHESTER IOAPED" Bsn? gyALLTHE GkmpwwShpis.- rofflS StmftAMeONAPoSTALGUtO, MCE IllUSWATlD QtALO0U. WiNaiESTfii Repeating Arms (?: IBOWimtiBTitAvt. NiYtflMiN. Conn troubled with UEADEltS OF THIS 1'Al'KIt DESUUNa TO UUY AMTTUINO. ADVKKTISKIl IN ITS COLUMNS. 8I10ULD INSIST Ut'ON 1IAVINO WHATTUKV ASK 1011. IIKKUSINU, OK IMITATIONS. ALU SUUST1TUTKS ft 'Vx-smpl- mm ,4 I m loucorrhcea. I had given up all liopce of getting-wellconsumption. e cort-lid- cr everybody thought I had After taking flvo bottles of Lydla 13. Compound, Tit-Dit- iV: 8.- nnd was able to do nearly nil my own work. I continued the use of your medicine, nnd feel that I owo my recovery to you. I cannotthankyoucnoughforyour advice and your wonderful medicine. Any one doubting my statement may wrlto to mo and I will gladly answer all inquiries. Mrs. Nkll Huiist, Deep-water, 1W M6. Pink-ham- 's Vcgeta-bl- o I felt very much better Drill And make no Write wuatyou need. failures - L00MIS&Cfl.TcJ- l'JiOVIr-IONS-.Mc- Lanl--I'rlm- in 1 Letters 'llko tbo foregoing, constantly being received, contribute not a little to the batisfuctton felt by Mrs. Plnkham that her medicino nnd counsel nre assisting women to bear their heavy burdens. Mrs. I'lnkham'saddrcssls Lynn, Mass. All suffering women are invited to wrlto to her for advice, which will be given without charge. It is an experienced woman's advico to women. glAViWt.WAWAYiVWMi A UNITED STATES WALL 1 I IB lB (! B Hi IE- - L. Kaak IWl ll vu) w, W4 uuuutuuiv uwyi Ji31 Lajhaj. printed in colon nd moanted oa a rolIor-"i- pncklnc anil tnta. Of cent! In pottage to par rortotloo. P.S.l'USTIS.Oral raiuniiwAcaat.: O.ll.AQ. IUli.Chloco.IU. ( IS fr 1 tuousl j Illustrated (prkrMl.frmto anjtxJrsoriltij two uanualtubsprlptloosaifl each to,lho()rcrlaii3 UootUly.SAN KKANC1SCU. sainpIttWtcrlanil.-.-e. The Best BOOK An WAR .KJSSJ Lac-clien- t, (Tj "A HAWDFOL OF fH DBRT W1AY The popularity of Battle Ax is both national and international. You find it in Europe : you you find it in India, and you'll find it in Maine: find it in Spain (very soon). Our soldiers and sailors have already taken it to Cuba and the Philippines I Are you chewing it ? Accept. New Yoiik, Sept, 12. Col. Theodore AVIll "Teddy" LARD Western nALTIMORE. FLOUR Family eat xed & 87',. 00 07J4 8 34( i A HOUSEFUL OF SHARfflE." GLEAN HOUSE WSTH BE I. 3 5 ft) 0s 87 & Remember the name buy again. Roosovolthas authorized the announcement that he will accept tho nomination for tho governor of New York should it bo tendered to him by the convention of the party to bo held at Saratoga. Itev. Dr. Albert S. limit Dead. New Yonu, Sept. 12. Ron Dr. Albert S. Hunt, for 20 years secretary ol tho American Bible society, died Sunday at his home in Brooklyn of brdu i thltis, aged 72 years. GKAIN-Wh- Wheat. Corn-MiOats No. 2 white 2 western CATTLE First quality lllXJb Wcilern INDIANAPOLIS. Southern Rve--N- No. 2 ft! : to r. 20 4 2tl)i 4 flu 25 45 W 4 05 OLIO WAVAV.M.WMWWMW.W.VAVAWAWWW g 1 3: GRAIN-Wh- No. 2 No. 2 mixed Oats No. 2 mixed ent 61 (T4 Corn Wii 21 ror.DQVNEWDISC0VEIivj qnlck roller ntdeurri (AI1S. WHIhl- All HS l!IIHt Dcjft Oooch Eyrup. TasleaOiKxl. LOUISVILLE. FLOUR Winter patent GRAIN Wneat No. 2icd '' worn SjITk,W uf tctlmonluU sml lOdiiya I for boac triTM 873 4 01 07 Mixed Oats Mixed Corn 3lvi 27 in iimo. noui ur uru?Kii. Ciel raiment l'rto. rleme iseoc-li- i Send Dr. U. IL mur:. H toxs1Aum.,uJ. PJifWETOBIggPI A. N. K.- -K W1IE.V Wltl'llNU "1720 PORK-Mc- ss.. LAKD-Stc- am 10.00 6 00 lO AOVKKTJSkEsr atma thutyon MW Ult) aUyjtttW itili pauur. t' KawwW"-- - '