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Tho Order Is In Accorilnnco With the Qen crut l'lnn of the M'r Department Recanting n Gnrrlson of 80,000 Men for tho Philippines. SOLDIERS FOR CUBA. Vnitli llurnril Eill.OIT Toledo lujf to tlio Wntet's l.'oals Suit lo'the Keller. Cherry & Co., tVashlngfon, llurned Out Adjacent I'roperty I.ois, 8200,000. D.uiiHEed 20. Toledo, 0., Sept. 20. Two larpo steamers anchored on Lake Erie, about three miles from land, wcro a mass of flames at 3 a. m. Tuesday. They havo been blowing distress signals for half an hour and are apparently burning to tho water's edge. As they havo not cleared from port their names or number of crows can not be ascertained. Tho watchman at tho nearest jioint reports that .tho boats wcro Toledo-boun- d and nro doubtless largo freight barge and consort. They have burned to tho water's edge. A relief party has been sent out from the oity nnd fast tugs equipped for an emergency. Several hours will clapso definite news can bo obtained. bo-fo- At midnight firo was discovered in the brick and steel building on tho southwest corner of Twelfth nnd F streets, Washington, Sept. seven-story Washington--, Sept 20. Five regiments now at San Francisco have Arrangebeen ordered to Manila. ments for their transportation will-be V- - mado at once. Tho regiments ordered are tho folIowa, 20th Kanlowing: Thirty-firs- t sas, 1st Tennessee, 1st Washington and a detachment of tho 2d Oregon. It was stated at tho war department that no exigency had arisen which mado it necessary to send tho troops ODD FELLOWS' STATISTICS. now at San Francisco to Manila, but tho order issued Monday was in acUrnmK Secretary' lleport Showing tho cordance with the general plan of tho Kuraber of Lodges and Membership! department regarding a garrison for Alio, Amount of Keller l'alil. tho Philippines. That plan of garri. Boston, opt 20. At Monday's ses- son duty included 20,000 men for the sion of tho Sovereign Grand lodge I. Philippines, 12,600 for Porto Itico, and CO, 000 for Cuba. The troops to be sont O. O. P., Grand Secretary J. Frank Grand presented a voluminous report to Manila under Monday's order will cover'jjig a vast amount of detail of in- fill the complement for that station. terest solely to tho members of tho Troops would havo been sent before, it was said, except that tho department order. .Tho following statistics show tho was awaiting tho return of transports. standing of tho order December 31, It is not expected that troops now At Honolulu will accompany thoso to bo 1897: GrancUodgC6, 55; subordinato lodges, embarked at San Francisco, but that 11,329; Robckah lodges, 4,0T0j grand more troops will be scut to Honolulu cucampracifts, 51; subordinate encampin tho near future. ments, 2,633; subordinato lodges' initiatSan Fkancibco, Sopt. 20. Tho news received from Washington Monday to ions," 50j680; subordinato lodge members, 8U.339; encampments members, tho effect that five regiments en127,00lf Rcbekah members, 297,091; re- camped in this city had been ordered lief by podges, S3,0i7,263; relief to Manila created much excitement occupied by Robinson, Cherry & Co., clothiers and outfitters. Half an hour later tho walls fell, completely demolishing small buildings on both tho Twelfth and F street sides of tho burned structure. J. Louis Loose's building on the southeast corner of Twelfth and F, was badly damaged. Tho Twelfth street side of tho Columbia theater, which was opened for the sea son Monday night, was damaged by both fire and water. Other property in the vicinity also was damaged. Robinson, Cherry & Co.'s less on stock is probably $75,000. Loss on the building about 545,000. J. Warfield Simpson, tailor, lost his cntiro stock. No Intelligent estimate can" be placed on other losses, but tho wholo will ag- gregate nearly GEN. 5.300,600. AGUINALDO'S DENIAL. Insur-gen- ts Tlio'Storles of Had Conduct by the Towards Americans Are Malicious Scundull Saj-- lie. s RELICS OF THE NAVAL BATTLE OFF SANTIAGO. R New YoitK, Sept 20. Tho following "'MsT'We Eollclt.all having business in bank to call or write us, and dispatch has been received at the ofiico hero of the Associated Press: . they will receive prompt attention, J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier Manila, Philippine. Islands, Sept 20. The Filipino "government- desires to inform tho American government and people that the many 'rumors circulated regarding tho strained rela. tlons between tho Filipino , and tae island- American forces are slanders of tho enemy to both PITCHED BATTLE FOUGHT Is absolutely necessary to tho yountr man or young woman who would win success in life. This being conceded, it is of the first importance to get your 8 training at tho school that stands in tho very front rank tho Stone. SIuncHhnti nnd llludzcotn Used by ' i Union nnd .Men No One yt Seriously Hurt. - for the Pnrposo Fdt.Uarrtionln? Cuban Towns Half .'of Them Will lie Volunteers. F Vsuington, Sept 20. Tho organisations which are to comprlso the Cuban irarrison havn not all been des ignated yet but it is assured that at Jeast half .of them will bo volun- teers. jWlthln two weeks orders will bo is sued for tho movement to Cuba of the first 10,000 of tho permanent garrison and it is tho expectation now that thoy will sail from the United States atout October 10. These troops will bo followed quickly by others, until tho entire force of 40,000 has been estab-Fisheon the island. Ht is not tho intention of tho administration to await tho evacuation of the Island by tho Spanish forces, sending United States troops to Cuba, as tho indications now are that lmay be several months beforo tho Cuban commissioners complete their work. Quite naturally, aconsldcrable number of Spanish jxoops will remain on the island until the arrangements for tho relinquishment of Spanish sovereignty over it formally have been concluded. The rainy season in Cuba Is n early at an end and tho most delightful season of the year on tho island is about to begin. During thp"jlato falj and winter months the climato is not only enjoyable, but hcalthluT and with such c.ato. as' wjlljbo' taken for tfie (health and comfort 'of tho- meVjcan forces to bs sthtloned in Cu-4'- a officials of the war department .havfi.no fear that serious illness among jiie men wjll follow tho occupation of ay of 40,000 to Be Sont d be-fo- THE FARMERS BANK and TRUST COMPANY, STANFORD. FYs, Successors to tho Lincoln National OF Bank. By provision ol Itt 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 value thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shires: It may ' ad Executor, Administrator, Truste or Receiver, as an Individual, u Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co,, Staiv ford. Kentucky. December 31, 1896. RESOURCES: Kotos and Dills LIABILITIES: 1302,015.21 1.0M.82 4 202.41 40,239.20 0.400 00 5,59X20 (387,015,00 i Other Stocks and Bonds Overdrafts pun 1'rom Banks Banking House and Fixtures Capital Stock Surplus Tund Individual Deposits ,... 1200,000 01 lash.... i DuetoBanks 15,433.41 155.564.0i 12.015.41 I387,WS.M 4-'- '.. Vw ? J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, J. S. Owsley, Stanford. J. B. Owsley, Stanford. William Gooch, Stanford. S. II. Shanks, Stanford. -- DIRECTORS: ;, ' - - S.Jl,. Embry, , - - -- w A'..Wt.,Carpfcntcr,!jStauford. "V. H, Cuifimins" Lincolu County, J, ItCasti. Stanford, Stanford... Stanford. f?Y r - r J. N. Tucnofec, i J rnynn 'Stanford, ; . , B. H. - SHANM ' Pjreaide'nt. WM. J, B. OWSLE Y,CashI e , BRIGHT, Teller. fl BUSINES EDipflON base,-nialicio- us' Non-Unio- n Kv I -- 71 !2--3iSeS0 - - k& " O.. SeDt 20. As the re- J'sult of an attempt of a party of ,22 non-urtlon'hien to enter tho works, of the AerlcKn Wiie'Ca'Monday, where n Bryant & Stratton Business College, LOUISVILLE, KY, jM-4&fa:. j m. j IX VI WIsssssswiTML rliann:a 'Z.ifrLnlsj'jrR i fi , ntv II AMJAfKJK X KEY Z ONtV MEuTtO 'J'.CETHrn the oquenoo 'TH6S6 workthe strikers andthe , , . write lor ocauuiui oooic giving testimonials irom graduates occupying promimen. Clubs, stones and slungshots over the United States It will bo mailed FREE. 17 io nent positions all wero freelv used, and.lMshilo one was seriously fnjurc0" a num...1 ber of men were sVvcrclybrulsed s alleged fliat "hesvtrou-bior cut. was started by a throwing pepper into tho eyes of a striker who was endeavoring to prerV vent tho former from entering tho closed in and for works. Druggists and pharmacists. a few minutes there was a mass of struggling and fighting men. At the approach of tho police the rioters dispersed. Only one arrest was made. n Tho men did not get In the works. non-unio- n It-1o The-strikcr- s non-unio- ..". ... .v V- - MC&D.'N. WILLIAMS Mt Vernon, Ky. Souvenirs of the Famous. . . FlQlit. are Owned bu Members ol the 6rew ol the Gon- - MRS. JEFFERSON DAVIS ILL. Itemnlns of Her Daughter Will lie Con. vryed to U'eliniond, V.i , Wliero Services Will lie Held Friday.. 'verted-Yac- ht Gloucester. parties, are without any truth and aro circulated for the purpose of prejudicing tho appeal of tho Filipinos for their releaso from the oppression and cruelty of Spain. Tho relations of our people and yours havo been, and will continue to be, of tho most friendly nature, and wo havo withdrawn our forces from the suburbs of Manila as an additional ovldenco of our confidence In the great American republic. Aouinai.do. We carrv Druss. Chemicals. Paints. Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c Prescrip tions carefully compounded at all Hours. Give us a call for goods usually kept in a first-clas- s encampments, relief SG5,005; Vb; 'Jlebckah lodges, 851,378; total' revenue j:elljf,TLs; 53,S04,fl20j o of subordinato lodges,. 57,810,175; of subordinato encampments, S00D,17O; re veil uo of Rcbekah lodges, by rev-cnu- S4S2.007. Total revenue, S3,010,250; total invested funds, S20,3S8,095. Grand Treasurer Richards Mucklo mado his report, which, summarized, shows: grand secretary, ance, 500,843. A Cash balance, 808,058; received from 857,401. Total, 8125,-40Payments, 804,510. Total bal- 0. i llle 'lrc In Florida. JACKEOJ.VII.I.E, Flo., Sept 20. A special from Pensacola to tho Times Union and Citizen says: A special from Defunink, headquarters of tho Florida Chautauqua, 80 miles cast of here, says that a fire began there in tho largo store of W. L. Cawthorn and destroyed 15 stores and hotels besides Tho returned to port a number of smaller buildings. loss is estimated at fully S100.000. Senator Faulkner a Canadian Commissioner. Attempt to 1'olson Asnlnaldo. Wasiiinoion, Sept. 20- .- Senator C.J. Manila, P. I., Sept 20. Tho Repub-Ile- a Faulkner, of West Virginia, was Mon-do- y Filipina asserts that an attempt appointed to tho position on tho w as made to poison Aguinaldo on FriCanadian commission mado vacant by day night. A stoward, it is alleged, saw a Spanish prisoner who had been tho retirement of Senator Gray, transferred to the Paris peaco comallowed his freedom, mako a movement which, appeared liko tampering mission, Tho tender of the position with a bowl of soup intended for Agui- was made by tho president Monday in naldo, whereupon tho stoward tasted a personal interview with Senator Faulkner and was accepted by tho a spoonful of tho soup and fell dead. Two Men Uurned to Dentil. Syracuse, N. Y., Sopt 20. Seven Tho bulletin announcing tho .decision of tho department nt Washington said that arrangements for the transportation of tho troops were In progress. A call on tho Merchants' elicited tho information that tho only vessel avallablo for transportation purposes, not already otherwise engaged, is tho steamer Conten-nia- l, and she lias been rejected by tho government on two occasions. Washington, Sept. 20. Tho war department Monday afternoon- - amended tho orders rclatlvo to tho dispatch of reinforcements to tho Philippines so as to increase the jiuraber by 1,101 privates and SO ofliccrs. These are mado up of four companies of tho 2Sd infantry and recruits for tho 10th Pennsylvania, 1st Nebraska and 1st Colorado. These troops, mado up tho expedition under Gen. King which recontly left San Francisco on tho'Arizona for tho Philippines but was stopped by tho department's orders when two days out and NAnnAGANSETr PlKR, R. I., Sept. 20. drugstore. Washington, Sept. 20. Tho Associated Press dispatch, conveying o message to the American was regarded with much interctt at tho wlnto house, Tho president road tho statement with evident appreciation of its importance, but did not volunteer any Information as to tho attitudo of this government. Officials very near him spoke of tho message as "a very Important document." Agul-naldo's Lato Monday nfternoon the physicians in attendance on Mrs. Davis reported thather condition was about tho same. Sho is yet too ill to bo able to read tho messages of condolence that are arriving from all parts of tho country. On Wednesday afternoon tho remains of Winnie Davis will ba removed to tha parlors of the Rockingham hotel, where they may ba viewed by friends. Tho funeral services wil be held at Richmond, Va., on Friday. Ealo of tho Wheeling 3s Likn Erie Koid. Toledo, O., Sopt 20. The Wheeling & Lake Erie railroad will bo sold not ?ssieeraea First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Capital Stock $200,000. JvL pec-pl- GEN. HASKELL'S REMAINS. later than November. A decree will bo asked for at the present term of court and thero will be no opposition, Tho reorganization committee has given this out and says no trouble is being had to gather in the assessments. Tho receiver will bo discharged early in January. Surplus $23,100, Last'Trlbuto to Ills Memory 1'nlfl nt Co. lumbus IJody Shipped to Arlington Cemetery for Ilurial. Elmwood, four miles from here, were burned to the ground early Monday morning and two men, Frank Hurvey and Georgo Strauss, Wcro burned .to death. Tho men wcro "guesls of tho Shoppard hotel. Tho Jois will amount to 520,000, with Insurance, 810,-pOO buildings in Columbus, O., Sopt 20. The last tributo to tho memory of Urig. Gen. J. T. Haskell was paid by Columbus Monday morning and tho body shipped to tho national cemetery ni Arlington for interment. The funeral was held at Trinity Episcopal church. Tho church was packed with citizens and tho streets were lined. Tho escort consisted of local military and latter. becrot orders and tho 17th infantry. Iter. John Hall's Remains. The remains left here over the PennBangou, Ireland, Sept. 20. Tho body sylvania railroad at 11:45 a.m., with of Rev. Dr. John Hall will bo removed a military escort to Liverpool Wednesday and shipped to Now York Saturday, where tho InFifty l'etsons Seriously Hurt. terment will take placo in tho family Uiiadfoiid, Eng , Sept. 20. An elecvault at Woodlawn cemetery. P.'ivato tric streetcar was derailed whilo dePresbyterran services wcro held over scending a hill hero Monday. Fifty tho body at Hasleracro by a local Pres- persons wcro seriously injured. Sevbyterian clergyman. r eral of them are dying. D. Elmore, F. Reld T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, J. S. Hockcr and M. J. Miller. We solicit the accounts of the citizens o! Rockcastle and adjoinlnj counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all buslnesi Appointed by the President. with a view WAsmxaioN, Sept. 20 The follow- Intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, to business relations, respectfully invited. ing appointments wcro announced by JNO. J. McROBERT Caihlciv tha president Monday: George II. j, & HQCKER, Prca. Pickercll, of Ohio, to bo consul at St. I, W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. Michaels; Fred Pago Tustin, of Oregon, to bo commissioner for tho district of Alaska, to reside at Wrangle; Thomas Ling, interpreter to tho United States consulate at Fuchan, China. Steamer Colorado Stranded, GO TO Houghton, Mich., Sjpt 20. Tho steamer Colorado, bound down Lako Superior with flour, is stranded on a reef ofE Eaglj harbor. Tugs have been sent for tho release of the steam er, if possible. The Colorado is valued it 800,000. Tho place where sho struck is one of tho most dangerous on tho lakes. Col. JONAS McKENZIE For Evcrytliine lu ' Studebikrr Stricken With Fever. 20. South Bend, Jnd., Sept Georgo Col. a Dry Goods, Giotiiino, Boots ana Siloes GENERAL MERCHANDISE. nl I Studobaker, of the 157thWn-dlan- regiment, is strlckpn with larjal fever. nuv lest Goods aft Uving Price., -- - y. T )r jjie " J J Mi A i&'i 'im f IPH,FFT iff nHPlif ijrj A rwssgg mti' 4 . vnrarvattsws. . ' M Mt. Vernon Signal Friday, Published A fine CHICK AM A Hi A ItYME. W Si-.i- t 23, 1898 by JAM A' tjARET. SITnSCRIPTIONTJNK YEAtt j.OO Advertising rates 'viade ,knmvn on application FOR COXGltRSS Hon. G. G. GILBERT, - OF SIIKI.HY. This Hon, John II. Wilson concedes his defeat by H. C. Eversolc for the Republican nomination for Circuit Judtfe in the Twenty-seventjudicial district. h Tnunn more men-of-w- are to be placed in commission the coming month. These will be the cruiscts Chicago and Atlanta, which will be lemporarjly assigned to the North Atlantic squadron. and the gunboat Yorktown, which will becouie a part of Rear Admiral Dewey's Asiatic squadion. In dividing the regulars for ser- vice along with the, yoluuteeis in 'the colonies, Maj. Gen. Miles says about 12,000 .vill be sent to Cuba 1,000 to Iiawaii; 4,000 to the Philippines, and'4,ooo to Porto Rico. Enough volunteers will be added to make the total force in Cuba about 50,000, in Hawaii about 4,000 iu the Philippines about 25,000 outf in Porto Rico about 14,000. . .. . ss'Wtmv ; rtLt" t Couriejjjournal, Of describing the Krusns'Regiment tk ' Kitr-tr- Iu ChickamaugH : rk. ' lwicmlweek-- , .?j?ru i.:v V W. K. Thomas, of Kansas, visit First I'll name t, officers, ed lheButncr family a few das The Colonel and h,- taff, tcitmit, Trquire , 5 ctt, since. And when I have .1 chance I'll ClfattaiU)OgaE Fa: m &. Trade 25 cts iJS&JgSSJ&SS-SAl) Hughes, of Marksberry, visit- Speak a word in tlie-behalf. Best ami Surest. ed J, II. Hilton, Sunday last. O.ir Colonel's tta .:e is Titos Fitch; fiuavitzscsfieziixsiissazststpr. . :i Messrs Jess Linn, and Free lie is.i soldier true Tlimisnntls Use It! Do You? For Wheat Ground $1.30 n Vt One who'd give ! !'. very life .11 Silver Johnson, passed thtough Foi the red, white, nd blue. Dessicated Bono ,$1.35. per hundred. hundred here a few days since with 13S ' PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER . Then Chas Crttm a warrior brave, head of cattle. Soino dealers Experiment at the Farmers' Expense. Wc Iour lieutenant olonel, Spaniards Y and-- ' handle only the best grade of goods. Always kept in stoek Mrs. Jim Honk, of Mt. Vernon, He conies to send the FUNKRAI.'DlHKCTOR. fc eteinr.l. pak' A. F. But tier and family a To their - Kentucky and for sale by Alts Vernon, few days visit. Smith, a West Point And Harry "Boy," is major number one; J. W. MOORE & A. E. ALBRIGHT, J. B. Fanner visited his mother He is a true born soldier Brodhead, Ky. at South Park, Ky., Wednesday. ffsrrav And inferior to nope Daniel Ilohnan received a nice Tho boy.', say he s cianky, Tuesday at And I will tell you why, bunch of cattle here "When Harry gives an order two and a half cents. gSEat- - aiii&ji455i!aSs The boys must all comply. Rev. Livingston will conduct Keeps Coffins, Caskets, Robes, He is handsome, well built m$ services at the Christian church Very straight and tail. Linen Boioms, Cuffs, and Collars. DEALERSlIN- Aud his fine soldierly bearing next Sunday. Can furnish Metallic Caskets and Commands the icspcct of all. have Embalming done on short Miss Jennie L- Reynolds is on We have another major notice and easy terms. Orders by the sick lis'. Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at fair oriccs. To make the boys st'ind 'round, telegraph or telephone promptly ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. He, aNo, is a worthy man, Miss Lida Hilton and Granville attended to day or night. His Maine is Willis Brown. Owens, are improving slowly. Henry Parker, J. B. Yonce, the hustling agent I; Our adjutant, man, KY. a very pleasant for the Brodhcad Marble Works, V. A. CAitSON" Who understand1; his business' ' is doing a rushing business. Aud understands it well. ND Fred Turnei and Tom Biddle, Miss Grace Roberts is teaching school for Prof. Owens while he is Are our assistant surgeons' names, They're very able surgeons on the sick list. Aud worthy of their fame. Bud Haggard aud brothers will Mt. Vernon and Brodhead, Aud the chaplain Win Woodward start to Missouri iu a short time. I.--, a true child of the Lord, Kentucky, W. II. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR. Aud tejoices in expounding Will be pleased to give estimates Tilinan Gilpin was at home a His great and glorious word. ' on work. . Satisfaction guaranteed. few days. MANUI'ACTUKIJR AND DFAU'R IX And now the company ofiicers, The people here were glad to The captain is Roy Marr. aracl As good as any in the field, have their old friend and neighbor F. M. Hutchison with them again. And a better one by far. EVERYBODY LOOK. girlat J. R.Cass's." Thi- - Twcnly-f- u Krr.sas Deir Elljr, friend- - l'.l undertake The very plogyfti.t wefk 1 If vou are subscriber Mr.NAL you can get the Weekly Louisville DispaTch for 25 els. Commercial, A' 40 cts. n i t : r- - jt .a ;. J r':to "w... Homestead 'rf.Kt i . 7 Kv- i- a" ...iv;:,ai'':. ' Bone Black - r f ! bfe. , 1. Fertilizer. 5 i HIS dc-ti- ny -- mmmmmmmA iflxmKw&m iiS. 1 '. ON - General Merchandise 0VZ Old Main and Church MT. VERNON, Sts Painter Paper Hanger, ""Brodhead Marble Works Tomb Stones. Monnuments A Critical Time.h Than many I chance to meet Aud we aie proud of him, We all admire his bearing, His courage and his vim. Aud First Lieutenant Lester, Is another able man, During the Battle of Santiago One who to help the boys along. - 'rA-A '-- WA1 . ,. w !. Louisville II. M. Mink last week. Miss LaVena Starks, of Russell-villis visiting her brother, W, H. Stark. ; ' Mrs. Ida Webb has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to her patents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. " Eenlley. Mrs. Henry Reynolds has re- turned from Valley Vie,w where she has been visiting relatives. Robt. Coffey was at home over Sunday from school atLqndon. Rev. L. M. Scroggs preached at the Presbyterian clilircjr Sunday morning and evening. L. Russ Dillion has returned fiom was in e, , X Maywood. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. drowning lelt Wednesday evening for a visit to Win Fields, in Lincoln. From there they will go to Cincinnati where they will make their home. Mr. Browning having secured a position. Win. Fields was up fro'u Lin coin the first of llie week. T. J. Terry was out from T i coin 'this week trying to wind up his business Jiere. - , Miss Nora Kemper, oi Lebanon is visitiug Mrs. Susie Mullins. 11 J. S. Calloway wa's down from London Sunday. Mr. F. Farley and mother, Mrs. Lenliam, have returned from a week's stay with friends at Lebanon Junction! barrel of I will sell you a We are glad to report that T. B. Michigan salt for $1.25 for Lair is much better and will soon 7 bubairel of Michigan salt be out again. Si. 60 Good cut shingles at $1.35 per , Mrs. M. M.' Curd has returned Crab thousand; sawed shiiiglis $1 50 deto visit from a lengthy livered 011 switch or loaded on cars, Orchard. A. E. Blbright, Brodhead, Ky. Jas. F. "Cummins, of Stanford, was here this week looking after To Bim.m:i:s. J. W. Marler his drug interests. & Sons now havt; their mill on one Hon. Sam Cash, of Manchester, nf the best sites in the county and is visitiug his sister, Mrs. R. F. are fully prepnrcd to cut bills to Bishop and .attending Court at Mt. order on very short notice. LumVernon. ber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon . Jno. Mullins was home from if desited. Give us your rders aud rr nrinmt ntfruitinn mid tllf-- best Frankfort this week and says he of Lumber. likes his position very much. u And little C. N. Hamilton Sick or Well, A Rush Night Is a brave oung man and true; " He scents well fitted forthe place and Day. He's lieutenant number two. Arthur Boyd h first sergeant, He is a Russell bird; The Packers at the Battle of Satia-gBascom, of Ellis, is second, . de Cuba were all Heroes. Aud Geo. Gebhart is third. Their Heroic Efforts in getting The fourth is C. L. Hamilton Ammunition aud Rations to the Who drilled the new recruit, The fifth is F. A. Schwaller Front Saved the day. Firm and resolute. No' P. E. Butler, of pack-trai- n The corporals are Guy L Hoover 3. writing from Santiago, De Cuba, Fred Paul and H. PI. Jones, 6'n July 23d, says: "We all had Levick, Coffey and Brenner, diarrhoea in more or less violent Miller, Pearl aud Mines. form, and when we landed we Friends, I shall not take the time had no .time to see a doctor-- fcr it The privates now to name, But the privates, I will tell you, was a case of rush and rush night and day to keep the troops supplied Are down here just the same. We have to do the work you know with ammunition aud rations, but thanks to Chamberlain's Colic, And have to do it well, For if we fail to do our best Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy, The corpotals will run and tell. we are able to keep at work and The boys are 111 good spirits keep oui hcal'.h; iu fact, I sincerely Aiifl vonrlv fnr n ftcilif believe that at one critical time tins They think of fighting every cldy ' medicine was the indirect saviour Aud dream of it at night had of our army, foi if the packers They want to go to Cuba not been able to work there would And go there riglit away, They would all bo glad have been no way of getting supTo le3ve this Pari: plies to the front. There were 110 And I apt with the rest of then: toads that a wagon tiain could Of course," I'd like to go, use. My coriirade'aud myself had Nafr'to fight the Snauiaids. the cood fortune to lay iu a SUU- - Rnrin "snil thf doen" vnn Ifimw ply of this medicine lor our And when the war is over pack-trai- n before we left Tampa, We boys will all come home, And am sure you'll be surprised and 1 know iu four cases it absoTo see us when we come. lutely saved life." The above letter was written to We'll wear our navy blue shins the manufacturers of this medicine, Also our amy shoes, We'll all be carrying knapsacks, Co., the Chamberlain Medicine And all be dressed in blue Destnoines, Iowa. For sale by M. And each kind, loving mother C. & D. N. Williams, Mt. Vernon. Will embrace her soldier boy, Ky. And each dear, patientsweatheart Will meet her beau with joy Lyi.i: Thomas, NOTICE. o , to-da- m T)nf 1 Tr- I'vvrvtliiiic 1 am selling the S'Ker Sewing Machine on easy terms and keep all kinds ofsewiug machine needles oil bands, shuttles, and everything that belongs to a sewing machine. AVfill send needles.by mall to any ad- ,r, Mt. ,jasa Vernon Collegiate-Institut- e GINONNECTJON WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. r , 1k r.ntir i . a .T oitimachiiies. ) You can see me here Saturday W. M. Owens Mt Vernon Ky Tall Session Openes September Academic, Intermediate, and 6, 1898' When Your Plorce Is Shod By r Special Normal Work for Teacher a L. M. SCROGGS. Pincip al Primary, Departments. THO'S TAYLOR Blacksmith. , I You may decend upou it that it . .,. has a sctet'tinc man- ner and the shoes will stav on un- til worn out. JESS-CA- ... Living st on. Town'- Lots - -- Hotel Frith . ' for business y F. FRANCISCO, Piopr. Jocated at the Depot-- Good Brodhead, Livery Ky Attached Meet all Trains, Day aud Night. Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited. Will fiu nish lunches on all Trains. House. In the most desirable Part of Town near new Depot, call and" at. see-them- and Dwelling . . Dr 2,' A. A. Grauman, Wm. FIELDS DENTIST, IN BRICK HOTEL Opposite Court House. -- Entrance on Main Street. 2rUP STAIRS. mi Room 8 SRlEN FRONT Co I 21st Reg. Kans. Vol. Chtckauiauga Park, Ga Sou of WK Thomas, Ellis, Kans. Farm The label 0.1 your paper gives the dale to which yon have paid. Lao) at it now )Drug Drugs, sMedicines, Cheap, S Store Groceries f Salic s Foracres, 3 Or Exchakgu, room house, of 30 TOBACCO AND CIGARS IMPROVED GINGER. 4 miles East of Brohhcad. Good orchard, PREPAID. 2 springs, good water. 20 acies in SfSesaECSJEITJ tS8 cultivation. Under good fence, iu good condition. Good ground. m 'ii'tjh?' tntlfrt xt'i. iVBLl WflfoH Tn.MM Also the S. A. Coyle full stilling Boiler and all. Will sell or exchange for larger farm or house and lot iu town. outfit. P3CIGHT ! Cheaper, C. C- - Cheapest. DAVIS &, CO- - Mrs. Martha Jonus. 46 It. I JKSiSV o.'100 FOURTH AVC. mnchlnc finot money will he re. hmfttj&VixertM lunaca. henucasli De. tt scrlptlve clrcul.it "ayaeiit on annlfrfl iiiiffl a T ubs cribe for the "A WHAVHS M'F"0 wuu. LOUISVILLB. CO., KV. SJ( NAT 1.00 A YEAR. Are you paying jor what yon are reading. ,1 1J i N Goto--8. Ws51 Tnu.9-sJoBjiwp W. Davis' during Court for Soup, Lunch, Eresli Candies, Harness, Saddles, Whips, &g, v left day in eacji jmonth. in Rockcastle, relatives family of J. S. Reppcrt at ,1 will. give you a little of the life his Western Quarterly Court. Kiist Monin Porto Rico. To suy the least to Mt. Vernon, Ky.. SlU'T. 23 1898 Following are the juries lor the Wednesday for accompanied by his beauti- day in January, Arril, July and home Dr. G. P. Lawrence, Harris hen mule belonging to a Missistip-nigge- r Sept. term: October. SJj as Mt. ful litttle daughter, Nellie Marie, LntrciitlliJli. Vrnu.., Ky White, and John D. Miller, of th would be an improveaienton grand jury .liter on. .iI.im null uircuit "Juuk.t. second iuon-- , Second Regiment are at home on a a soldier's life here. We went Circuit Clerk Griffin is keeping day in February, Four'li Monday v A. W. Stewart, Jamrs Mayhaffy. aahore at Mayagtiez. Aug. 12, and R. L. Bray, Geo, Sims, Louis Row-le- the wheels of his office well oiled in May and Third Monday in Sepfurlough. tember. J. M. Lucas was here from Con- staved in the dock until Sunday, John McMullins, J. F. Cottin-gi- during Court aud everything seems Mt. Vernon Police Court. On that dny we took (0) YYlr- way .Monday. lie says his saw Aug. 14. John Mink, John Thompson, to be running as smoothly as if he possession of the Garrison and was David Elder. B. II, Ball aud Isaaeihad the experience of twenty years Third Monday in each month. mill is running so nicely that he will be compelled to put a brake fine place': wc found enough cloth- M. Tcdd. Mr. Todd was appointTake your watches, clocks and ing lor a regiment, but out side of ed foreman. LOUISV'UC & NASHVILLE R. R. Co on it. Proe38ional Cards. U spectacles to S. C. Franklin to have many relics, they were of no use to M. I). DeUortl, D. L. Carter, V PETIT JURY. them cleaned and repaired. Can us, and we burned tne.u up. we L & N. LOCA.L TIME CARD. G. Proctor, J. R. Cook, J. H. Rey found plenty of cots, enoueh for Granville Leese, H. O. Cable, J. R. furnish ou steel, aluminum, Ger- P. A. Peuningtou, I). D. S., M. D, nolds, V. G. Capps, C. P. ChildTjDay Mail North .. DENTST, 11:37 a i every man to have one and plenty McCracken, M. F. Craig. W. B, man silver or gold spectacle frames ress and others remembered us Middleton, A. T. Fish, Daniel or temples for your glasses. p m rjav Ial1 South 2.27 aif' left. Onthei6th wc commenced N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts., this week NiglH Hx- North., 1:32 a ; scouting aud kept that up until Brown, Stephen Elder, John LOUISVILLE, KY. W. J . Sparks was here yester Phil-lip1:48 am Kight Ex. South. Talmage in one of his sermons, on Aug, 30, the day we arrived at French, W. G. Nicely, Isaac day. He has given the Collegiate E. N. Whitaker, J. B, Bradley, J. A. Landrum,' Agent. said he never saw a black flower. Poiue. We captured many prisoTihuan Coffey, Leonard Adams. Institute a car load of crushed If he would come to Mt. Vernon ners but had fighting from the 26th stone with which it hopes to he could s'ee some black pansies to the went Ed Fletcher, W. I. Dooley, James We 30th. SURVEYOR- "mend its ways' in the shape of that are as dark as ebony. CHURCHES. through enough to kill the stoutest Drew, P. W. Clark,' D. T. Lamb, a new side walk. His heart is still 'AaKfTM Holds Mirviccs Ht &3rl Sunday ? Christian We left Maya- David Cromer,.' 0. G Black, Joshua man in America. , Ambrose Clauntz the Boreing, Sr.; and Ingram Rcnner. true to Mt. Vernon-aixl lit C:50 j. m. 11 n. 'at Also, an Ageut for the best man, while riding on his wagon, guez, Aug. 26th aud went to 1'OR GROCERIES. Mrs. Ann Bowles, selling liquor, HEADQUARTERS Siviui Yoco and several Tailors in the world. Monday, became dizzy, fell off and ' The not guilty. Arbuckles Coffee, 10c pound," l'rcabylor.nii' --Holds 8ervlccs 611 tbo Hli the wagon wheel passed over his other towns on our route. Sunday Chybo Lunce, concealed weapmiles, and after the distance was 84 "pound Granulated sugar, head injuring him seriously- p. C. C. WILLIAMS ?' first half day, it commenced rain- ons, $25 and 10 days in jail. Green coffee. 11c pound W. S. Cumnitus the cnterprsing ing and it rained day aud night the Aot rncyiriai-Lav- i, $ Ilaiitist Church Services on the Second Vef-- 4 bars Star soap, 10c. Hays Smith breech of peace; n,1(l suuuay merchant offers to seil his stock of rest of our march. We had creeks onu'iny. Saturday '"K"1 Wit. Vcr Big nickel prize peanuts price 5c 7.M nor guilty. ,fg School at 9 a every Sunday. Prayer merchandise and propterly He and livers to cross in endleVs o for 2 cents. meeting on uicsuny inu'ius. nev. i o Josiah Meecc, $25 and 10 days. cgluOffice oh 2nd fioorflof Tiivr has a flburishurc business but dc- bridges or other means of Shaker water buckets 10c each. brick on tastor. i.u Church street1. "Special sises to go West. Thos. Tate, selling liquor uncrossing except to wade qr, swim. A. J. Fish. attention given to collections. The 4H1 Regiment reached An: The Sangerman river was the most lawfully, not guilty. .MASOrilC. No. 1 baled hay for sale at socts. ?" uiston, Ala., last Thurseay. Thev dangerous of any tve Uad three Harris, Charley concealed Anblaud I.odso No. CIO meets 2rd M011. G. W. McCLURE, by A. H, Bastiu Crab Orchard. days. have fine camping grounds and men drowned and lW oiie wagon weapons, $25 and 10 duy 10 A in. splendid water. Some' of our boys and contents One of tne men wa Chas. Mnllins, 4 liquor cases, Saw for Sale. 7 bu $1.60 seem to be dissatisfied. a volunteer by the naiJ of Brooks $100 each. 5bu 1.25. A. E. Auirigiit. Mt. Vernon, Ky. OTHERWISE. LOCAL & I, M.Tbdd, the great expounder and lived in Louisville.Y The other Same concealed weapons $25 and tt Brodhead, Ky. , All business entrusted to my care of Republican doctrines aud an old two were natives. WtYust about 10 days. will receive prompt attention. You will find all kinds of fresh Tte water lujul mark in the Scaffold Cane 150 guns in ctossing. Mrs. Schuyler Forbus, liquor, Pay your dues to Signal, was very swift and wfc ' nfbde the candy made daily at S W. Davis' Office on Second floor of new brick country, is the foreman of the 2 cases, $100 each. on Church street. jfe" I3est gioceriesnt lMslies. crossing by means of ay rope in bos:ment brick hotel. grutid jury this term of court. Schuyler Forbus, liquor, 2 cases across the river stretched hich U ' A'child of Wm. Pitman died of E. C. Walton was with our peoeach. Ice cream at,Srw. Davis' brick made an improvised boom, atad $100 R. G. WILLIAMS, diphthera. ple Monday raking in the rocks for David Jewel, breach ol peace, hotel basetneiijt. opposite Court when we got into tle river the curat-LaPish is doing a big grocery bus that superb publication, the lute rent would whirl us House..." a distauce of $10. ' 7 T7' rioi Journal, one of the most weliness MT. VERNON. KY. jt'ayne, stabbing at anbuy- - or sell a about a huudred yards like you Do vdu warit-'tb come visitors to the Mountains. guiitv. mean yoit, if yon cinns These were shot out of a gun. Our wag- other; not Rockcastle farm! timber land, town ' o;cc on subscription. Mat Pike of Pine Hill has sold ons were not able to keep up with Langford; Wts, business houses or dwellings? Peyton Elza and ' ' '. Addreis, Signal, Mt. Vernon, Ky painting out his interests there to Mr. Lay us and some nights we had o murder; contiuuec'. Spratt has finished of Tennessee, and will locate in sleep on the ground without tents, Greeley Mize, false Svvearin'g; Telephone Rates. From Mt. aSfJames. Croucher's house.. '' Pulaski county Mr. Pike is a cover or food and nothing but our Not guilty. ' But little drunkeuness, so far, Vernon to Brodhead, 10 cts.; to citizen we dislike to lose from our guns for a pillow and it raining al! Andrew Hasty, ..falst&jvearlug. Crab Orehard, 20 cts.; to Rowland PRACTICAL has been noticed during court. county aud we wish him success the time. Here at midnight you EMBALMER tf and Standford 25 cts. get very cold and at noon the heat Continued. Old Hickory's namesake, A. J. ii: his new home. STANFORD, KY. Charley Sargent, false sweating, Hay No. 1 Timothy baled hay for Tom S. Brauuamau aud Miss is intense. After you get a few Fish, sells best groceries in town. continued.-.sale. Orders filledprouiptly by A, Stock- Complete. Telegraph Ordi married at miles from the shore nnd get in the Rosa Moore were ers a Specialtv. Dis. Grauman and Pennington H Bafton, Crab Orchad. Write h J. T, Gook.'liquor, $100 Welchburg on . Wednesday last. mountains it rains all the time. dentists, are cettinc considerable tf Willianf'-Masters- , adultery, noti for prices. Mr. B. is a son of IT. S. Branna-mn- n Porto Rico is nothing but a range Mwork here. DR. A. G. LOVELL, Don't forget ,lo call at Williams' and is an honorable upright of mountains, no level laud, even guijjy. Murray's, crusher closed down young man, aud his bride is one'of the city of San German, a place of fHastin Arnold, breach of 'peace, drug tore during Court. Make Physician and Surgeon. Tuesday for 'the winter. Sparks' Jackson county's most excellent' 25,000, is built on the .sides .of this drugstore your headquarters MT V DNONmKY crusher has also closed down. ladies.-Thmountains. The old Mt". Vernoti Oflice North bide Alain street . Win. Ping, concealed weapons, while in town. hill ;s a small lull compared,-- ' with T. B. Chadlca ' sold a cow and Call at Williams' drug store and t $25 and 10 days. Circus has come and gone, " . Porto Rico. The rod.ugls consist calf for $50. get your drugs, patent medicines, audit turned out about as we told- of P. T. Welch, liquor. $100. fruits, nuts, '.coffeeMig'nr, &c. Get a nice'Juiich at S. W.,Davis' the people in last issue. It was no No apples or Sidney Sinims, 2 cases gaming, books, paints, oils &c. Will take peacluft "gro V here; pleasure in showing you our stock. good, (and those who stayed at - during Court it is bannanas' pine apples, man- $20, HUGH MILLER home are that much ahead. The interFor Sale A A. Gadd, aiding and abetting, A $30,00 stone quarry for sale.tf goes and cocpnuts in abundance. circus does the country no good, y est in the Aunt Polly Hiatt Inquire at Signal office. The scenry is beautiful to behold. io HEADQUARTERS FOR and will soon be a thing of the past at this office.- The natives all speak the Spanish W. J. Rcss, obtaining money unT. M. Mullins, of near Withers, in Rockcastle. COMMERCIAL MEN. language aud you cannot learn any- der fulse pretense; Not guilty.. was here on Wednesday. Wanted. To trade & five room all trains.-- 8 at John DeBord, who lived twelve thing from.theni. We are now in Hays Smith, concealed weapons, house, and 2 lots in Mt. Vernoti, f Our citizens should encourage the miles west of this place was found camp at Ponce about three miles $?5 and 10 days. for a farm worth fiom $400 to boys of the brass band. plain dead in lied Monday morning. from shore on a beautiful 3t V. M. Charter, shooting at an- $600. Inquire at this office. A new bay arrived at M. C He had retired in his usual health sin rounded entirely by mountains. other, continued. Williams' Wednesday night Sunday night. Coroner's inquest We are just at the foot of the Save 20 per cent, by buying Nicholas Charier, shooting at pronounced that death was caused mountain. Wo do not know when a number ofpumkin There are your drugs and medicines at F, L. another, continued. Manufacturers kinds of fruit on irqtn heart failure. Mr. DeBord we will leave here nor where we here with three store, Crab Orchard. of Limn and brick. Clint I odd, manslaughter, not Wallin's drug was a highly honorable man, ener will go. We have lost three men same vine. He also carries a fine line of pure getic and a good citizen and neigh- since our arrival in the island and guilty. They also furnish Lime, Building wines and liquors. Mail and teleeach year bor. Ginseng grows scarcer one third of the Regiment is not Judgment 011 forfeited bail and phone orders promptly filled tf Stone, either quarry face or cut. aud will probably soon disappear I have been con against F. K. Malicote, and for-Orders promptly filled. Crab Orchard. Stanford and able for duty. The entirely, Our friends and customers wil Co., has fined thiee days, but am better to feited bond of Adis- Malicote. for Mt. Vernon Telephone find us in brick building, near .will $500. Ollie, Nolan aud Bibbe Land-ru- bought of W. A. Carson and J. E. day, aud I think by Christian church, under C. C. Wilof East Bernstadt, visited the Caison their stock in the Crab be out,. Ponce is a nice city for Clint Todd, murder, acquitted liams' law office. Call and see us family of J. A. Land rum, Orchard and Lancaster line; also Porto Rico much of 'the city is built on modern style: population when in town. L. M. Houk has been quite ill. Several horses sold heie Monday Mr. Carson's private Hues in Crab Give, my regards to all, M. C. & D. N. Williams, 23,000. MADE BY ranging in prices fiom $40 to $65, Orchard, from the depot to C. O. John Mullins was heie from Druggists. especially the Old Spout Spring, a tf Springs and to Green Brier and Harry Jones auctioneer. Frankfort. C. from it now, would be sweet, Dripping Springs. These wires drink For Sale CiffiAP. Two young G. S. Patterson has sold his Singleton, of Saxton was Mace M. F. Brinklky. into the exchange piano, cows, one second hand commissary goods at Murray's have been run here this week. over Bastin's store theteby making piano; household and kitchen fur crusher to W. II. Cottingiin. Mrs. Helen Brooks; of Paris; is WILDIE. connections more convenient for the miles' niture. Two and one-ha- lf visiting her parents here, G, A. Parker, brakeman. was patrons. east of Mt. Vernon.. y Andrew M:Clary is in from Kanbruised up while getting off the Wm Wood went to .White's ?J'V'S. Damekon. We call attention of the Town 3t train. He is layiug.offa while. Saturday to see hisdtfiigh4 sas visiting relatives. Board to the patent medicine and Station Airs. Cleo Brown goes to the Attention Gentlemen. School trustees election tak.es other venders of goods that come ter, Mr. Henry Smith. jcois xperieuce in Tajlor made rothes at "hand me Twe Mrs. Kerbs, of Madison, is visit- City Monday to purchase millinery place on Saturday,. October 1st. here on Court' days and sell their Horse shoeing a down" prices suits to order from the business. Poles open at 1 p. in. and close at merchandise. These men take lots ing her parents, Mr. ai$ Mrs. Alva stock. Also gene' .' black- 6 p. m, $8.50 up pantaloons $2,50 up fit pecialty. this town and leave Maret. of mone out of Misses Carrie Purcell and Ltfu thp nitifnl sum of one dollar for Mat Coffey, of Conway, is very Gentry, gave this offiio a pleasant and satisfaction guaranted ask to smithing. Anv person who is receiving the A.E. Aluright Richmond Street, Mt. Vernon, business on sick with fever. and substantial call on Wednesday see samples. Signal and has not subscribed for the privilege of dding ' Brodhead Ky. Ky. of court term it, may rest assured that it will cost out streets. Last Sam Gover is here this week last. one party alb'ne, look over $200 loading and shipping lumber. meThe numerous Call on S. C. Faankliu at Signal them nothing. out of the town, aud that all clear office lor spectacle frames of all chanical devices that I have lately J. II. Albright, of Biodhead. J. C. Ryiuel, our clever country- profits nearly. We should protect kinds. Gold aud silver soldering added to my watch aud plock deman, threshed 37,000 bushels of otir merchants, who live here and was in Wildie, Saturday . DEALER IN done, watches cleaned and repaired partment, enable me to turn out Wheat in Garrard county during the pay taxes to pay the expenses ot has gone to Indiana, Tom Bird work very fast. Gold spectacle WHISKIES' WINES, &c, &c, past season. running the town. The licenes on with the intention of making it his The Collegiate Institute is in a frames neatly soldered;, gold and prosperous condition, and things KY. these medicine venders should be silver rings cut and soldered, made The Republican printing outfit not less than $10, and all other home. mrn movinir alonir nicelv under the up and $2 at Fine was sold Mouday undergo distress stuffs from $2.50 to $5.00. Lets Jjclgar Hayes went over 10 mi. cliri,ction of Prof. L. M. and Mra smaller or larger, &c &c. Our Rockcastle friends can write S. C. Franklin, warraut for $36.75. S. W. tiayis protect the merchants from these Vernon to take in the show on Scroggs. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Signal office, or Tele "hone. intruders. was the purchaser. Wednesday. iiaven-wood. 0:fc.,r"l Air. Ur. I'lauiincan and son. olil Ponce, Porto, Rico, Sept 4.. Mt Vcrnoo Missouri, have been visiting the Editor Signal c 111 .( Mou-- Circuit Court. W K Thomas, of Ellis, Kansas.! after a delightful week spent with COURT CAINDiVRT COUNTRY oURT.Foitrlh . If m - 30-da- t, S? 0 . " . - 111 sr mm S. N. Davis m - Mt: Yenon, K y. 111. San-germa- n, 6c vm - w- 111 uum-bers.Jin- nV Attroney at.L,a w, p- 'l j ''', - Attorney w, 7T '' """ , J. C. McClary" UNDERTAKER. ;' & 'y? v :' - , e - Miller House, one-twelf- th farm-Appl- JCSS-Po- rter - MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY - WAGONS H. Gentry, ARE AS GOOD AS nty-eig- ht e- TOM FERRELL ROWLAND. -- mi Do You Like Boils Sarsa-parill- ROOSTER SOLD AT A $i,co. THE RUSH FOR GOLD. From the Times, Bluffs, III. The rush of gold secken to the Klondike brings thrilling memories to the " still alive, of the time when they girdled the continent or fuccd the terrors of the great American desert on the journey to the land ot gold. These pioneers tell some experiences which should uc heeded bv Bold seekers of to day. Constant exposuic and faulty diet killed large numbers, while nearly all the survivors were alllictcd With "forty-nineis- Tcini Dlrd Tlmt Win Winner of Over f3,000 and Chnmplon In 1'Trentj 9cvcu llnttles. If you do not, you should take Hood's Sars.v parilla and it it ill purify your blood, euro The celebrated gamecock, Comrrio-dor- o your boih and keep your system free from Walnwrlght, after his great vicwhich cause them. The great the roUsni tories at Holletsville, Laredo, Snn Ana Mood r,lr'fy'nB power of Hood's is constantly being demonstrated by tonio and Caldwell, was sold in the cock pit on Gen. l'crdeu's ranch In its many marvelous cures. Burleson county, Tex., for $1,000. Dou San Diego Montcmayo, u sportsman and cbickeufancier of Monterey, MexiIs America's Greatest Medicine, tl; six for $5 co, beenme the purchaser. The money Hood's Pills cure Sick Headache. 25c. was paid in gold, and while It was Hood's Sarsaparilla A perfect type of the highest order of excellence. ? f 3 J Tn0.M1K. X I Breakfast jpa ABSOLUTELY PURE.? Delicious During tho successful campaign which the game young Comniodorc ha-- , Just completed he Was entered In 27 mains anil was the victor in every one. It is said that this bird has won more thati $3,000 for his owner during his short career. He has fought his last g to the terms of battle, fofXiicc the bill of sale wl ch the endor gavo o, the great bird l to Scnor Jlon eder, the purchaser to be used ns never to light the obligating lili celebrated game ck again. This is believe to be the highest price ever paiu it r rooster in 'iexas, but the price wr iild ot be regarded as startling in oil MeVico, where vic torious roosters huc Xjften been ex changed for her Is cf cMtlc, ranches and silver mines. Atahualpa was ho orlglnVl pet name of this wondcrfi bird, aniKwhcu he crowed he seemed to say It ifb plainly as ever a feathered youngstVr pronounced his own name. His trainer made him stand still hi n gladiator attitude while the camera was turned ou him, and when the snap shot was finUhcd he seemed to understand that lie was expected to crow, and then his admirers, all of whom were jingling Walnwrlght gold in their pockets, gave him a rousing farewell cheer. 1 belngcountcd outthe victorlousyoung rooster crowed lustily. Ills spurs were bloody from his recent victory and his feathers a little ruflled, but otherwise be looked ns fresh as the proverbial spring chicken. them with rhcum a tism. Bitch a sufferer was Atlam who now IlluiTs, disease, many of Vanguady, where he has been justice of dent nf III., at tlje peace and viiis the first presi- A Forty "I had been a bUlFerer of rheumatism for a number of years and the pain at times was trustees. In a recent interview he said: nlnr." board the of very intense. I tried all the proprietary medicines I knew of but received no relict. "1 fianlly placed my cac with several physicians and doctored with them for some time, but they failed to do me any good. Finally, with my hopes of relief nearly exhausted I lead an article rcgaulilig Dr. Williams' Pink 1'ills for l'ale People, u hich induced me to try t hem. 1 una anxious to get rid of the terrible disease and bought two boxes of the pills. I began using them about March, 1897. After I had taken two boxes I was completcl) cured, and the pain has think it is the best medinever tcturncd. cine I h.ixc cer taken, and am willing at fcign my name tonny testimony any time to setting forth its good merits." (Signed) ADAM VANGUN'DY. Subscribed and Mvorn to before me, this day of September, A. D. 1897. 2Dth KilA.VKMN C lT'NK.Notaty Public. Mr. V.ingumly'.i statement ought to bo regarded as a criterion of the good merits of these pills, and what better proof could a person want than the above facts. 1 HERO HAD HIS TROUBLES. Inventors are plenty who can make a machine than will rise and Moat in air, hut the Woman's Cnrr nnil Kindness Make ohe improvement Miich none has succeeded Him Think of Cnlia with in making is an apparatus that will guide the machine through the many treacherous curLonslncr. rents of air. In this respect humanity is fortunate in having Jlostettcr's Stomach "War Is pretty bad, of course," remarked Hitlers, which acts os a safe guide by cur- a man with bandage under his ing treacherous stomach, liver and blood coat, "but I declare, in asome ways, women diReascs, giving n good appetite, a strong conare as bad as Spaniards only they kill you stitution and nerves like steel. I came with kindness instead of bullets. home from Santiago with this little wound True OrcntncBS. in my hip, and, really, 1 can't tell you how "Now," said the interviewer, "as to your I've suffered since, from the women of my family. It is all right, of course; this world method of working?" "Well," replied the great author, "I take would be a den of wild beasts without the lave and sympathy of woman but the dear a writing pad" creatures especially those nearest to us "Yes." generally overdo it. They didn't 'believe my "And n pencil message that I was only slightly wounded, "Yes." "Seek out a quiet spot grasp the pad so on my arrival I was.mct by mwife, her firmly in one hand and the pencil in the mother, two maiden aunts and a girl cousin, all rallied from the four quarters of Michiother hand and " gan and adjoining states to nurse me., I "Yes. And" "And write," Philadelphia North Amer- don't need any nursing worth mentioning, but, believe me, if I've drawn a long breath ican. in two weeks without those five women The AVnr In Over jumping up and rushing at me. I will eat And now our thoughts are all of peace and mv army blanket. If I wink my wife says: home. There arc, too often, people to be "What is it, dear? if I move one leg, my girl found who have no home, and it Is to them cousin springs at me with another pillow these few wouls ire addressed. If you realin her hand; during the night my two aunts ly want n home you can easily get one. but wake me up to cce if I want and you should act at once before the relapse my mother-in-lawell, the dear soul hasn't the war puis prices on the advance, sat down or been to bed since I came to my from hi Marinette County, Wisconsin, the very knowledge. My wound is nearly healed, and finest fatsiirng laud is to be had now at a that's a blessing, for if I don't get back to most modest figure. Excellent home mar- Cuba pretty soon I'll be a ruined man. I kets arc at hand to take whatever the fann- ran't stand such coddling it will make a er raises, and good prices are given. These bloated tyrant out of me, so it will. A man lands nro on the Chicago, Milwaukee &. St. needs war once in awhile to get him away bhlc-coatc- Iranrovemcntri In Flylnnr Machines. Sure Cure for When the children get their feet wet and take cold give them a hot foot bath, a bowl of hot drink, a dose of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and put them to bed. The chances are they will be all right in the morning. Continue the Cherry Pectoral a few days, until all cough has disappeared. Old coughs are also cured; we mean the coughs of bronchitis, weak throats and irritable lungs. Even the hard coughs of consumption are always made easy and frequently cured by the continued use of Colds Paul ltailway, and full information concerning them will cheerfully be furnished by C. E. liollins. Immigration Agent, 1C1 I t Salle Street, Chicago. from woman dear, loving woman she would make a spineless infant out of him in no time." Detroit Free Press. Nutritious. X I X X COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A CDP. Be sure jrou jet the ptnuioe article made at Dorchester, Mass i by I 2 T WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd. 3 CSTSDUSHCD I too. i XJlcei Inp Snlrc Is the onlr sum euro Id the world for Chronic Ulcers, Hone Ulcers, Hcrofnlous Ulcers, Viirlcosc Ulcer. 'White Nwrlllnir, Fever Nam, audall Old Sores. It neTor falls Urnwsoiilall poison. Haves oxpohso and suffering. Curis permanent Ilcstsalrofor Ilolls, iirhmicles, IMles, Hnlt Bheum, llnrns. Cuts n"cd all Freh Wnumli, ftr mall, small. XIoi large, iBr. Hook free. .1. 1. Af.I.I'.N AIKIIICINK .'0., St. Iaul, Minn. Bo hi ny DriiKKlsts. Allen's Queer Street" of Mnnlln. The streets of Manila are bo modern ns to be quite out of keeping with the general appenra:.ce of the town. They nrc perfectly straight, inacadamled, and provided wlthnmplcgranitewalKs. Of these the Hscontn and tho Ilosnrio arc the best. Inboth thcscnrccNccllcnt shops, kept principally by Chinese merchants, most of whom come from d Amoy. houses Hue each side ot both thoroughfares. Tin-roofe- f Of the 3,600 fires to which the London Arc brigade was called last year, rircs In I.iinilon. 33S no fewer than troleum lamps. weic caused by pe- if For Infanta and Children ..j.- - In Then he felt in his pockets again, and cast HOSTILITIES AVERTED. To Cure n Colli In OnpDny a helpless look at the big trunk. "You you haven't lost yourpockctbook, All onto Hut It Took the I'ltltcil KfTorln of the Titkc Laxative IIImoneyQuinine Tablets.. 25c. have vou?" she asked. tltuggUtxicfuud if it fnilc tocuic. V Prevent n Whole Crowil "No, darling," he answered, "hut I left Hot llnmiKt'iitent. Some pcop'c wear Mich good clothes all the my keys at home, and the one that opens our tiunk is among them." time that they t.in'l hae a good time. "Oh, is that all?" she exclaimed, with a "Oac of the liveliest brushes I have wit- Atihisou Globe. happy little sigh. "Here" and sheicmoved nessed rime the opening of hostilities," Fottify Feeble Lungs Against Winter a hairpin from her rich brown locks "open said one of the iciirctcntatives at the ic I know that I amthe only this. it w tent meeting of the credit men, "took plate with Hale's Honey of lloiehound and Tar. girl ith whom Now ever took a real interest, you in Knglaud villago of my stale, Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one mmutc. c in a quiet All. Otherwise yon would have known. lloth p.uticipants had patted their three The epene of repaiiing lue punctures Harry, dear, I am so happy!" Cleveland Ftoic jeans and ten, but were Mill iignratu shou'd be added to L. A. Leader. in mind and body, and cpcciall vigoruosin language, for both had been followers of the W. Ilullctln. Should Ilnve n Commission, sea. Patient What, doctor, do you mean to Plio's Cuie is a wondctful Cough medi- sav you charge me two dollars a visit? "One of these oM fellows espoused ijie causo of Spain, declaring that the had cine. Mrs. W. Pickcit, Vnu Sicteii and Doctor Certainly; just the same as I been jumped ou because she was little, and Ulakc Aves., llrookiyii, N. Y., Oct. 20, '01. charge anyone else. country was ploying the part of that this you ought to make a reduction "Oh, a great big bully. After they had exThere is more money squandered in fool for me. but Whv. I introduced typhoid into the changed hot shots for a few minutes, the bargains than is spent for whisky. Wash neighborhood!" Illustrated American. champion of the government got things ington tia-- j wemocrat. to going his way by shouting that the At the Fancy Dress Hall. Wife "Henry, llnll'M Cntnrrli Curt other fellow came honestly by his principles I'm ashamed of jou; you have had six disand was bred n traitor. Is a Constitutional Cure. Pi ice "!5c. that I know of." Hustinct drinks "'What do you mean, jou old shrimp? band "No, m dear, lasht two vcr' from the advocate of Spam. Some people are so hopeful that it amounts " 'During the war with Great Hritain the to lamess Atchison fiiohe. HritUh euteied the haibor and binned the Shall we call the "stoop" of the scorcher town of New London, didn't they?' It's a wise min that follows the races at a front stoop or a back stoop? L. A. W. " 'Course they did. What of it?' Uullctin. " 'Why, homebody piloted thcirr llicrc and a sato distance. Chicago Daily News. when he come home his pockets was full of UritUh gold, paid for his dirty work, and his MRS. WARNING TO WOMEN. neighbor, hearin' of what he had'tlone, got ropes and made him an cvenin' ralli 116 scudded by the back door and never stopped till he got to llennuila, and he never had the Nog-lcc- t is tho Fororunnor of Misery and SuiToringr A Grateful Huscheek to come back.' band Writes of Hla Wife's Rooovory. . "What ou tryin'togitat? " 'That there pilot was your grandpap.' And it took a dozen bystanders to keep the :. two old sea dogs from clinching." Detroit Nearly all the ill health of women Is traceable to some derangement of tho Free Press. feminine organs. These derangements do oiiriu-coinctatktndish-tinc"-Jud- He Didn't Know Aliont Halrplna. "Uy Jove!" exclaimed the bridegroom, "Mv illusions," said she. "arc all gone." as he sat down and tugged away at his mus(hot brutality tache, "this is too bad! "Why." he aked. with nnlv manifcftrd by a man who has promised They had just arrived at Niagara Falls, In love and cherish, "don't vnu go to the and the porter had bowed himself out after drug sloie and get some mole?" Indianap-o'i- s carrj ing up a trunk that weighed 487 pounds, Journal. for which he received a SO cent "tip. The frightened girl dropped her travelIlltie Rlnnil. ing hat upon the center table and stood as if Moquito And you actually landcJ transfixed, with one of her gloves half off. First on that foieign nobicnian? "What is it, Harry?" she asked. ou didn t imagSrrond Moquito Cert ! "This is a fine go." he muttered. "I won ine I'd been eating huckleberry pie, did you? der how in the world I ever came to do such Hoston Journal. a foolish thing." Jlluslon. Cherry pectoral Every doctor knows that wild cherry bark is the best remedy known to medical science for soothing and healing inflamed throats and lungs. i 3 5 ? Put ono of over your Bungs The Beat Medical Advice Free I Wo now have some of Iho most eminent physicians In tho United Mates. Unusual opportunities and long expert. onto eminently lit them for Klvlng you tncdtrnLndvlce. wrile lively u.i lua particulars Address, Dr J.C. AYEU Jewell Mass. Piasters 5??irXg5R5Bg r"' 'is' - m HNKHAarS Mothers and Children who rcqulro print dresses for hom3 ear want substantial Roods that will not fado nor tiavo the cheap, flimsy appoaranceof ordinary prints ofter thoy nre washed. Ask your dealer for "Simpson's" 1'rlutn. Tbo name William Simpson & sons on any fabrlo Is a guaranty of the niRDCsv smnuuru ui iiuniuj uuu finish. The colors aro absolutely fast, and wash porfoctly. I Use Why He Wn Troulilcil. Jack Come, old man, cheer up. What if she did break the engagement; she s not the ? milv fish in the swim. Tom Oh, I don't care about her break ing the engagement tiut you tee I ve got to go right on paving installments on the ring for the next ixonths. That's where the icy breeze comes in. Chicago Evening New . -- Signaturyl n flii r Ldk&Z . THE JS7 MMr IP j 4 BTItSST.New-emK For rjvor Thirty Years The Kind You Have Always Bought CITY. CthTAUB COMPANY. TT MURRAY riii-fti-fcftaitfrfc-ftffiffiitiiifriiriihiiiii- Pathetic stories arc constantly coming to Mrs. Pinkhnm of women whoso neglect has resulted in 6crious heart troublo and a wholo train of woes. Hero is tho story of n woman who wa3 helped by Mrs. Pinkham after other treatment failed: DnAn Mns. Pinkuam: It affords me very fjreat pleasure to bo ablo to state that I bellovo Her IMntforni. my wlfo owes her health to your medicine Mr. Willikins Do you believe in annexand good advice. For thrco years her ation? Miss Uidsley Oh, Arthur, this is so sud. health failed rapidly; she had heart trouden. Hut if you can gain papa's consent I ble, often falling down in dizzy and will try to learn to love you. Chicago Eveniainting spells, shortness of breath, ing News. choking and smothering spells, bloatShe Wnntctl Henlthy llnm, ing of tho stomach, a dry cough, dysMrs. Murry Give me tin chits wort' av peptic symptoms, menses irreg ham. ular, scanty, ana of an un, madam? Grocci natural color. Sho had been want some tliot has nivcr bin "No! Judge. treated by physicians with but -- r j little benefit. She has taken enough. your treatment according to Author What excuse have you for abusyour directions, and is better ing mv book? Clitic I read it. Up to Date. in everyway. I am well pleased with the result of your Mrs. Short "Here's an invitation to Mr. treatment, and givo you Long's wedding. ou earth ran we What permission to use my letter send them?" Mr. Short "He lost a $10 for tho benefit of others. of mine a year'ago. I'll make him a present of it." Brooklyn Life. Ciias. II. and Mrs. May Butcuer, Fort Meyer, Va. The healing and strcngtheningpowcr of Lydia THE MARKETS. E. 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