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Four Illork and n Voel Hurtled Lota Will Foot Up About Half Million Dollura. The .& gygggme " s'V .il. . THE CUBAN DEBT "Ulicro is A RACE WAR ON, White Deputy Dead, Three Wounded and Eleven Negroes Reported Killed. is ?' - fER 28, .liKJaV'. v NHMBBrvPS rif l s .ho .. . rneivMTrk tvt Arsatfi ft a Possibility of a Dlsacrrec rTTTtT KH- s - nient By the Pence Commissioners. In Fact the Uont May Kren 1'refrr u Ite- nmptlou tif Uoatllltlra to Acqul. rieenca In the American lie. fus.il tn bhara 'Ilielr Debt. Pakis, Oct. 23. The consideration by the commissioners of the Porto llteo and Ladroncs question has now been merged with the Cuban question and all the points involved are being carried forward to a simultaneous conthis has been arrived at the Philippine question will be taken tip. Of course, there is a possibility of a disagreement, and the Spaniards, if the American commissioners deckle not to assume "any poition of the Cuban indebtedness, may announce their unwillingness to proceed any further wjth negotiations based upon the protocol. ' Should the Spanhuds decide to do this, It will bo because they wish to excite the pity of their creditors and of other, nations. The eortes may then be ashed to indorse their action. In fact, Spaniards may even prefer a resumption of hostilities to acquiescence in the American refusal to share their, financial burden. Tho Americans, however, have intimated to the Spaniards the possibility that Sp.tiu may at some future period bo able to deal with an independent governmept regarding the assumption clusion. When New Yoiik, Oct. 25. Firobjolce out shortly after S o'clock Monday afternoon at pier 30, East river, Ilrooklyn and did damage to the amount of hajl 4 a million dollars. Pier :i() adjoins the naval store of George L. Hammond, extending from CofTco to Walcott street. At pier S3 the four masted Ilritish ship Andoren-hwas lying, discharging a cargo composed principally of jute butts, saltpetre, shellac and raw silk. A north wind fanned the Haines fiercely and in a few minutes tho water front for four blocks, extending from Vandyko to Walcott streets, was ablaze. Heavy black smoke settled over tho East river as far north as Long Island sound and extended over the lower part of Ilrooklyn, so that it became necessary to light lamps in a IUl of Go. Mcl.nurln Arrlre on the Scene Tho Amci ilorcrnor Wn Aecompinletl Jt a 1'omb of 30 Armed Men Another Ilnttle Kzprcteil. FoitEsr, Miss., Oct. 24. As the result of an attempt to arrest a Negro near Harpersvllle, Scott county, in tho eastern part of the state, one white deputy is killed, tTirce wounded and according to the latest report nine Negroes have Veen killed by tho citizens of the liar-persvill- c ,w,-v-i- : .nrfa.. Viami . ttLXKr'am iiwiuHuj ih .. iv'r i t m v ;jdffiWTftH :, . vsr WmW'' 10 T . -. vrT.. - WJ33f.?I.it - i-t- r i l - ttMCfeere 2l-i anj, ;Y '",""" . at'UrtoeftoiretnVrt . tt?,v ..a-- ri' laatvmty ',m- .o VyttJJ" . Vv ti a.. P'itsC rtt, dposltc rT,, Jiftfc,f,t .mtSW'th ihlan i W business houses. Among tho heaviest losses is that of Oeorgc L. Hammond, owner of the naval stores, which' is placed at 5100,-00The Andorenha is owned by V. Y. llobcrts, of Liverpool, England, and valued at 000,000. She was consigned to Halli Kros., commission merchants. Tho blazing vessel w as tow cd down to tho Gowanus Hats and prol-abl- y will piove a total loss. Tho Ilrooklyn AVharf and Warehouse Co., 0. according to the best estimates, will lose 8150,000. The schooner Waca-tnaloaded with benine, alcohol and three-maste- d k M twi tft-'fl- mrrr r ir i,-- j0hT B'B"r,htBtt j iii. biip' ii i m iwim V2V -- - r 4ffi tgf, ' ; 5 GEN. WESLEY MERRITT AND HIS BRIDE. turpentine, wharved from Ocorgctown, C, earlier in the day, and was tied up at tho foot of Coffee street, took flvo and was towed out into tho stream Where tho llamcs were extinguished without any great damage being done to the vessel. A large part of the cargo of the Andorenha had been discharged and when tho fire started two lighters were loaded w ith jute from her hold and tied between piers !!!) and 40. Tho loss to these lighters will be about S0,000. S. of the provincial and municipal portions of the Cuban debt, which is estimated to havo been 150,000,000 the last rebellion in Cuba broke out and 8500,000,000 contracted since lb05. Hut, bhould independent Cuba, as she doubtless would, refuse to assume moro than her portion of the debt based on actual betterments in Cuba in this case, and only, even preobligations of contracted vious to 1805, Spain would bo compelled to appeal to her people and confront them with pi actically se of tho debt contracted biucc. Spain would also bo compelled to declare hero inability to meet her obligations, and this, at present, becms to the Spaniards a more bitter alternative than to accept tho United States' refusal to shale the Cuban debt, with all that this means, tho idea being that the Spaniaids would be able to call the attention of their creditors to bo-fo- ic WERE MARRIED Unit. JN LONDON. Merrltt lUurrlcn Mian Laura Wlllljmi, of Clilcflsn Owlns to Hrklfi'a lllurt the Widilluc Wn 1'rlvatc. , their unyielding, though fruitless efforts in their behalf. Finally, it is said that there ato high In tho Spanish councils who claim to 'believe that Spain would lather submit humbly and helplessly to declination or dismemberment thau ,'onfront this continued financial burden. One course would leave her prido unsullied, it is claimed, and tho other Is regarded as doubtful, if not impossible, of adoption within the boundaries of national solvency. Spain, however, will not break off tho present negotiation!" before having proposed that the United States sharo half of tho insular debt, which, in the interest rate to be reduced to two per cent, which, Spain uay hold, practically reduces her shaio to 8110,000,000, tho portion proposed to bo borne by tho United States or guar-tee- d thereby. Such a proposition would not bo accepted by tho United States, either directly or in behalf of Cuba. 3700,000,000, per-oo- m Loxnov, Oct. 25. Gen. Merritt, who was leccntly in command of United States tioops at Manila, and Miss Laura .Williams, of Chicago, who anived from Now York, were married at 0 o'clock Monday evening in tho bride's apartments at the Savoy hotel. The wedding w as private. It had been planned to have the ceremony take place In St. Andrews church, Westminster, but an illness which Miss Williams contracted during the voyage necessitate! tho simplest ceremony and tho avoidance of exertion and excitement. Consequently only a few most intimate fiiends weio present. They woio Mrs. Norman Williams, the biide's mother, Norman Williams, jr., brother of tho bride; Lord and Lady Arthur llutler, and Henry White, thu United State charge d'affaires. The ltUttrfMil Lotn the Cn.e. Oct. 25. The United Wasiiinotox, States supremo court Monday decided the Joint Tralllc association i all road case in favor of tho United States and Tho caso is against tho railroads. considered one of the most important that has over come before tho supremo court, not only to tho railroads, but to the general public, and because of tho vast railroad properties represented Mounted rnllceman In LouUvllle. by the traffic association. The associaLOCISVIM.K, Ky.i Oct. 25. Six mounttion was formed on November 19, 1895, ed policemen will bo placed on duty in by ;il railways, representing tho gi cat vrotk of' the suburbs Tuesday. These, arc the trunk lines AandthMr-ne- t branches. urst ever known in Louisville. uch n proposition, may bo placed at neighborhood and the shert,rABllTIBS: iff's posse combined. The pursuit of t about 00 Negroes which had, joined the the original offender with to prevent avowed dctendinatlon .v..,i..y..' 12.0M,l ft)mjtJ4Q4g; syf! and .....tt 593.ao nuetoBaflfc capture arrest "jjand his which ambushed the paity attempting M8 " ', i mu& OTertlna.flitiirrIJllB 'v . . tho arrest continues and by morning sea' .t.l.m: neHh,t'elte IfwMKJWifc,., the number of .fatalities will undoubt'Jft" " i I at a i ir ".V. . edly have assumed larger proportions. . t ra.aapM ., ". V.i. .flil-j- i Stanford. ibius, int.; ..oraini. . Mile. The whole country is tenible aroused S4ZXSSSkCas3. Stanford. llev..'Stanford. "J-rt,aky?Hli-bafand the sheriffs po,ssc has been rein5 A"Srt5ktcr. Stanford. .tit, v ' neighborforced with meu from all the llllaiskJooch. SUnford? . WB?a8alfis. itticoln Cewaty. yW , J; E.;Ly9V4imforL.ing towns. Gov. McLaurJn has gone S.ILSh: k, Stanford. ' to the scene, which Is about ten miles n J. N. f PH' Mcnefee,tanford. 0 v,1' .. . north of Forest, tho nearest raili; r. 8. atfSHANKS. President. road point. Tho trouble originated hB. OWSLEY, Cashi-Hei .. last Friday when a Negro named IST1 ". W:'M. BRIG HT.. Ht2Wfor;t)AreHill llurke had an altercation with his we solicit all having business in bank: to.call op H8, portlrtml tlu Ikiti)?lu'4tnlftU.y,Ka' employer, Charles Freeman, a white " T. B. OWSItEY, CaaWer and wdefcr tai they will recefte prerapt attention. man, in which the Negro got tho best ve tlh' WtfJdiA ri ! Wf "T nil i of tho dlflloulty. The next night a linesato th 1 In rtdinsip'lanifct5(tv crowd of white men headed by Wallace Sibley, who was deputized to arres,t the ct A.PrenaiUtettWwx.wl man, wept to llurko's house, which Bftc0n anMtivB'iibaiejlK.Bjalk, Is about a mile from llarpersville. ft move Aien When they arrived upon the scene , .-. tannine muiyw$ppv 01 Jsabsolutciy nbsary,ti) the youn and called for llurke they were greeted' ff SliP SSImB&KFla'MZv'io woamvwin. or iloLVfled bWlbrv. by a fusillade fiom the Negroes con"A U . .'. Tills' Dfttnpf tooncede . ' Buccess in I'..i, 1 tMpnue'cen- - training at the. school t&at ftands i cealed in ambush in the bushes sur; ernnirnKTauo i)p ctiy'jsjto lnobilijatSm move roundiug the house and in the house teroiiM fnuaortattt aljacc Sibley, the leader, fell itself. liW, ini( Wwe&ib& "out- r V dead at the first volley, and threo pore "" ,TTt ' . . wjhlto members ofjrtkacrow d, James mt'miKww- ?atP'tw, i. 'il&JJMm,yl ' A. K' '.jk4nL lohnson, .lameslIamUtoy,Rnd Jaracs Wells w ere woundeL JJUib, whites rvturucuatiiejapvwt.KTi!rtmiiaaite.w FVexp- - ravem''iV"Bv ,HUAJJJULWrr,..? wltfflrT? were all concealed. . -. r ' . irguq that Lngland does not want to 'Sunday moining Sheriff J. M. Steven- has troubles of fight and that Francewrito lor beauuiul book giving testimonials from graduates occupying promU son was wired from llarpersville of her1 own at home which require all her nent positions all over the United Statcs- - It will bo mailed FREE. 17J the thieatcning condition of affairs a. attention. and ho was asked to get together a The port authorities of Xoulon have posse and como at once to Harpersville. lives at Morton, ten miles received further orders in icgard to ac The sheriff a from the scene. .Gathering together a celerating tnc work ol nttlng out new squadron. posso of cltts'ens tnc sneriu starteu in The continues at once for the place. When ho tone. press,Figaro says moderate the that If arrived in the afternoon he was 3trtti.sU Tho government shall reject the joined by crowds of citizens Tuntil a Druggists and Pharmacists; and- moderate proposals of France conservative estimate places the num- just posle as over !00 men. Im- it Is because, like the English ber in the it desires France's humiliation 'lit j mediately aftw leaving the houso first tragedy was committed before all else. wheic the The Siecle, after urging peace, says: the Negroes scattered through the surrounding country! The sheriffs pursuit "France would hardly come off bettet a war Spain has resolved itselflnto a chase of the in tho with England than didStates. We carry Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, war with the United Negroes Implieateduind niji of a mob 'in Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancn France Would be better employed dewhich is keeping uogether as was "ui Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c Prescrip veloping her first reported. A lVllable telephone ing England." colonies than in thwarttions carefully compounded at all hours. Sunday message leccivcd at a late hour The-- Autoiltc declares that Franco Give us a call for Roods usually kept in a night states that threeJmore Negrot i s drugstore. making .i ought never to have gone to Fashoda, hae been found and lolled, adding: "It was a stupid mistake, and total of nine to date wiiyi nbout forty now England calls on us to get out. more to be heard front. Sheriff StevWell, it is no uso talking, we shall have enson realising the danger apprehended to gee out, otherwise there will be war, Immediately wired Gov. nlcLaurin for w hioh would be madness." aid in quelling a probablA widespicad disturbance. Upon receipl of his teleCLOVER LEAF RAILROAD. gram the goernor whedVAdjt. Gun. Henry, at Jackson, to get ttogother a company of tho national jruard and Abyncutn ISelujr 1'oriuril In Wult Street ir Its Iteiiririinlzttlon iThef Aro pioceed to the scene upon the fix'st ItaUInt: si:),oou,ooo. train. .Gen. Henry immediately that then was no National 'J'OLEno, O., Oct. 25. A syndlcato for guai d company obtainable, butHjiat he w ould get together i ( ompany of aimed the reorganization of the Clover Leaf is being formed on Wall street. The mill and lender nee ssary assistance, work is being done under cover of n d .523,100 Surplus. $200,000. In the meantime the governor Capital Stock a special trail at Uiiuidou and proposition to extend the road fiom a line to accompanied by a posse of !'0 men arm- point near the .Indiana-Illinoi- s ed with shotguns pibceeded to. Foiest. Chicago. It isflgiued that the only way dead to got the road out of tho hands J. W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Rett Foiikst, Miss., Oet.TI5.-Kle.T. P. Hill. S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribblc, S. T. Harris, Negroes, one dead white man and one. of the court is to purchase somo of tlo Waring inteiests of tho line. J. S. Hockcr and M. J. Miller. Negro and thieo white men seriously wounded is the result at this wilting Tin) syndicate, through Vermilye .1 We solicitth'e- - accounts of the citizens ol Rockcastle and adjoining of the bloody war being waged be- Co. ind Hallgater, Now York, aio raising St!!.000,000. Flvo millions is said counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business tween the white and black races. In the correspondence, with a view IIarpersillc neighborhood of this, to uivc been already placed in St. Intrusted to us. Personal application and Louis and Chicago and most of the to business relations, respectfully invited. Scott county. Seveial of tho rioters JNO. J. McROBERTS, Cauhle J. S, HOCKEU, Pre havo been eaptuied and lodged in jail remainder has been raised in New at Forest Monday, but the others, ev York. caped into the swamps. Laigc crowds YELLOW RIVER OVERFLOWS. of white men art. in close pursuit, however, and moro names aro hourly Two Thoiiaanil Ulilimmvii Drowned Tin expected to be added to the death list. Host Appullluc Caluinltr t Modern It is impossible to obtain a full list Timet In Centra China. of the killed for the reason that some of tho Negroes were shot down" in the Mono Ko.so, Oct. 25. The overflow woods and hurriedly burled by the ing of tho Yellow ilver in tho Shanwhites where they fell. A member of tung province has caused tho most apthe posso said that ho helped bury tho pal Ing disaster of modern times In Cen-tiFor 33vcrytliliis: in Negroes jn ti enches, but neither himChina. Villages wore swept away self or any one in his crowd know their by hundreds. One hundred thousand names, and they did not care enough pciple are ruined and homeless crouchabout them to inquire. ing along tho river banks In tho Two thousand were drowned. Thirtj" XHr. l'natrniKter for Wauhk.v, O., Oct. 2. Ilodney Miller, Tic general distress is augmented by pioneer merchant of West Farmlngton, tM spoiling of tho cereal crops by Famine will died Monday morning. He was post- fluids of prtrall this winter In a district popu-laSO years, and was 75 years old. master by more than one million people. Ho leaves a widow. K 5 lLHSp2 WM&'jmSmPA bt 'V bimeknL M IPB1"4 (amlrVdMlain tftr,' TrwtM r Receiver," as as dividual, ' r ..".... fnww h;;, j t ' . . Jl . v r v&JSS t M4 YKairintTi.rm the farmer Bank, and Trust Co., 5taaT & is &. .JULLr mri? m we as folly ' protectee! m its shareholders beinr keld individuattT the par valiM of stock therein tv. StUUoniniSki 'amoamt inveeted. ia such share: It may Ml raaoaat IJ it' ; i - : i iv JK.rituciar. ..December ' aWSOUOB8rV , 31. i8q6. m. Wir ;' 1 .......'..t..,.. .- - , " WVJfflfe. J n.,j..t.T!mi ;r.V J - irx .j " 4. f -- - - a rt 'Wt i r li r,v as' -- ' ' i !,, Mhad'-btHk- jri dfc'MadaEi ", BUSiNPPtDU6flTI0fr li. 4-- .' ; -- 1 m:' ' Jt, v;- - J &""Vv- - Bryant &f Stratto - - "r .:a - v, ' news-pap'er- MC..O.N. WILLIAMS Mt Vernon, Kyi t3 if first-clas- m st wsmmmEMmzw Fin National Bank DIRECTORS- Of Stanford, Ky. pio-eiue- veiu GO TO JONAS McKINZIE n plti-letitai- n. wet-weathe- r. id Dru Gooas. Giotnino. Boots ana snoe. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Best Goods at Ulng Price. r" J y ti W1 1 W1H1I HW HMWUHtBB sit- - Mt. Yernon Signal Friday, Oct 2S, 1898 Published every Friday by JAMES MARET. ONH YHAK SUBSCRIPTION $I.OO Advertising rales made known on application l'OR CONGRKSS Hon. G. G. GILBERT, OI' SUKLUY. Ip the goldbugs get the next Congress the greenbackes will be bonds burned and intei prosperity. Vote the will briug Hannacratic ticket this fall. est-beari- The Richmond Register has been leased by R. Lee Davis aud H. R. Mr, Davis will be Editor, Pickcls. manager and; of course, with such a man in charge the Register will continue in the Iront ranks of Journalism Hauna's famous veulict that the Maine "blowed herself up," is by the administration equalled claim tha the soldiers .in Cuba and ..' in .Southern camps took sick .ied "for political effect.'' and two is a singular fact that-thyears since the election of President McKiuley have witnessed the formation of more trusts and combinations of capital tlian during any other two years in the history e It of the United Statas. the fa.ct that he secretly knifed the Mr and Mrs B Gravesjfeft Friday Independent Republicans in this county last fall, yet Boss BradleyiM"" Birmingham, Ala.. Ho? see Fred sword and lash and their new daughter-in-lawith bowie-knifMiss Bettie Lewis, offe Turners-ville- , in hand comes to drive the best was at the Pope Hotel last element of the Republican party to v do their bidding. We believe week they will vote as they think The little infant of$Mart Hicks beat, not depending upon anyone was buried here on the 20th. for instructions. They are men of thought, action and courage. All It Hay. No. i Timothy baled bay for honor to them sale. Orders filledproniptly by A, H Baston, Crab Orchad.) Write WILDIE. e, . Dr. Childress was in MO Verfl'ot Wii have tried the road toward single gold standard for so Sunday. the moiiy years, and on that road nothJohn Robinson, is in Clay Couning but closer times and more fre- ty very sick with lever. quent panics yiave awaited us. Are yon not ready to return to LIVINGSTON. d sound and the double standard of our fathers? Born to the wife of Geo. Mc Carthy or. the 21st, a girls And Gov Bradley will be here to Ernest Fishback is visiting relabolster up the "Grey Geldine" in "Billy" tives near Falmouth his losing, waning cause. Dr Henry Pettus wa in Crab will be able to blow but little wind into the punctured tire of Boss Orchard, Sunday Davison. Davison took an active TJ Ballard is shaking hands r" part in a quiet, underhanded way with his many friends Jhere this in this county's election last fall. week, he having from a recover) He even wrote letters to good wen long spell of sickness w in this county that they must get v ? Jos Coffey and Sam Ward were into the Bethurum band wagon Dr. Davison made numerous at Mt Vernon, Wednesday Bethurum "bets" that Dave Jake Sambiook was inWDanville would beat Dick Williams; and it Tuesday has been frequently whispered j oun Murray tue cru ir man, from sources that ,Davisou himself, was here Monday to see fe of the sent boodle here to help defeat the prettiest young ladies ir lie State Independent ticket. In that race Charley aud Miss 'Susie 'oyuter Davison antagonized and foucht of Corbin, are visiting fe Irs bue the best element of the Republican Mullins at the Mullius Ho fel party He proved himself treach T J C H Browning was lv e Jlrom erous to those who had supported mm some places He would prom- Cincinnati last week ise the post office to one and give it ah. and Airs. JH Jtevefcs, were to another. Other places the peo-- ' here from Crab Orchard' looking pie had nothing to do with the se- at the Mulhn's they lection of a postmaster, as it was rented and will takelpo6se;sion of promised before he was elected. Dec 1st With the additional fact that Davi-so- u Mr and Mrs W W ftVright have did nothing in Congress, , and returned from Parksvill well-trie- CASTOR lor Boars tha SlRiiaturo of I A Homestead Bone Black Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Oh, how good candy is when you buy at S. W. Davis'. est in the Aunt Polly Hiatt at this ofiice.- - Zs! A one-twelfth Fertilizer, interfarm-Appl- y For Salk i Tli Host and Surest. Thousands Use It! Do You? For Wheat Ground $1.30 a hundred, Dcssicated Bono $1.35. por hundred. Sonio dealers Experiment at the Fanners' Expense.- - "Wo handle onlytlio best grade of goods. Always kept in stouly Thesc duns mean you, if yon owe on subscription. and for sale bv 1 0:d fashions in dress may be remedicine cived, but no can replace Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by M. C. &. C. N. Williams. u J. W. MOORE & A. E. ALBRIGHT, Brodhead, Ky. want to gel mad about it and pay up your dues, very wet and good. Its better that way than to keep in good humor and never pay. If you Come to sec us. Will sell you honest goods at fair orices. ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. SON General Merchandise & 1 DEALERSJJIN Are you paying for what yon arc reading. orilS Old Main and Church Sts MT. VERNON, KY. hotel-winc- cllffl Willis Griffin PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER and-. Funeral Director. Alt. Brodhead Marble Works W. H. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR. MANUFACTURER AND Dl'Ar.PR IN Vernon, - - - Kentucky Monnuments and Tomb Stones. Keeps Coffins, Caskets, Robes,' Mt. for prices. JjL. tf , 1 v, corn at eighteen cents, J Fish and W H Jones were 111 wool with no market at all "and Mt vernon, Monday. , iQjwhear at almost fifty cent notch, Henry Woods and Wm Hayes farmers" are not are in , LouisvillelJtliiskweek. sureV tjjeyftcan meet expenses Mrs. J L Brooks and Miss Anne voting for sound money aud Stewart were here shopping Mon'and the national honor. day. vtlie'-'pfosperpus With Don't forget to call abJfVilliams drug store during Court. Make this drugstore" 'your headquarters while in town. ., Linen Bosoms, Cuffs, and Collars. Can furnish Metallic Caskets and have Embalming done on short notice and easy terms. Orders by telegraph or telephone promptly attended p,day or night. Vernon Collegiate Institute IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE. FU Session Openes September f Academic, Intermediate, aud 6, 1898 iwrijL -- "T WANTED SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES. inches long, all white Primaiy, Departments. Special-aNorma- l L. 'Work for Teachers S. Pincipal J" nr lintfr to rtr m The election of a Democratic majority in the next Congress inches long, red, $6 h would be a yreal misfortune in28 inches long, white $6 deed to the trusts, to the railroad wreckers to the laud grabbers aud " " to the bankers who are expecting red $4 to destroy all greenbacks and other forms of Government money and ingston Sunday. SINGLE TREE BILLETS. take upon themselves the whole For Sale: Nice house with David Menifee died at Corbin 38 inches, long white, duty of issuing currency for tht acre four rooms and about last week and was brought here $16 per 111. people. of land on street near Christian and buried at the Maret graveyard NECK YOKES. church in Brodhead, Ky,f Price The little son of W N Walle $225. Call and see property or 3x3, 48 inches long' white or red Hon. G. G. Gilbert's speech at is very sick. address G. T. McRoberts.t Brod- of Jessathe centennial celebration $25 per 111. E A Herring is here from Liv- head, Ky. mine county ou the 17th of last To be delivered at any station month, was a literary gem of rare ingston doing some stonework for , - .. on K. D of'L. & N. or K. C. Ice cream at S. w. uavis; brick production. It showed that the Henry Woods. hotel basement opposite Court division, will cull once every tw sneaker was well posted in the Wm Phillips has moved from weeks L. L. Jarrktt, Iuspectcr. House. history of his country from the Bnudle Ridge to this place Brodhead, Ky. early dawn of civilization It shows Geo Johnson was up from Brush Wanted. We want to Trent a him to be a man of learning and W. A. CARSON Creek. tarm not far from town, ability If the people send him to Has Buck Varnon never returned Also we have a stnail farm to rent Congress, as they shquld do, he nd U out' Good refeiences. will soon stand in the front rank from up Salt River? S. B. & V. P. Freeman. of debaters in that august assembly Equipped by nature, training and ORLANDO. A $30,000 stone quarry fdr sale Mt. Vernon and Brodhead, practice, his talents now entitle bi-Inquire at Signal office, a Kentucky. to a seat in Congress Mrs. Flaric Bowles is on the sick Wanted. To trade Corbin propWill be pleased to give estimates list this week. erty lor a second-hansaw mill on work. Satisfaction guaranteed. By invitation Goy. James B. Mc R. L. Porter visited Mt. Vernon outfit. Address, D. T. Chejftnut 'Creary spoke to a large and ap- Sunday. Corbin, Ky. preciative audience here Saturday Geo. Johnson has returned from in behalf of Democracy and Hon. Louisville and opening up a large NOTICE. .Geo. Gilbeft. He thanked the line of new goods. barrel of I will sell you a F. FRANCISCO, Propr. for their support in the 4 Michigan salt for $1.25 Located at the Depotgggow Mrs. D. N. Welch and Mrs. M. and urged them to support past 7 bu barrel of Michigan salt for Hon G. G Gilbert for Cougress Pennington were here to see Mrs. Brodne-adKy $1.60 He also spoke for the principles set Johnson last week. Livery Attaehed Good Good cut shingles at $1.35 per Meet all Trains, Day aud Night. forth in the national Democrat White Lightning struck this thousand; sawed sliinglrs Si'fssl de Traveling Men and Railroad platform adopted at Chicago. lie town last week and with many bit- livered on switch or loaded on. cars, men Solicited. Will fur praised our soldiers and sailors.and ter oaths and hard sayings the A. E. Blbright, Brodheatf, Ky. nish lunches on all Trains. criticised treatment they recived boys told how bad they were. They ill in hospitals aud camps. should )e allowed to tell it acain He showed the effects o: Repub-- j costi When Your Horse Is Shod By A. A. lian rule in Kentucky and the Bill Evans has moved to Hazle United States, opposed alliance Patch. We are sjrry to give Bill with Great Britain, and advocated up itutuedhte acquisition ofPorto Rico W. S. Johnson has returned aud declared that Cuba should from Louisville where has been to be annexed when desired bj the MILLER HOTEL You may depend upon it that it people tit" the Island. He criticized have his eye taken out has been done in a scientific manthe issue of interest bearing bonds Abe Evans was very badly hurt ner and the shoes will stav on un' by the government. at, Langford quarry a few days Entrance on Maiii reet; til worn out. lSr,CAH: i": byb'ejug caught with a car. since Call at Williams' drug store and get your drugs, patent medicines, Dr. Gibson, of Richmond, was books, paints, oils &c. Will take 2x2, 30 O civfAc pleasure in showing you our, stock here Monday. 2x2, 30 Mrs. Butner visited relatives in per 111. Wantbd. To trade u five'room Madison last week house, and 2 lots in Mt. Vernon, per 111. Mole Parsons was at Livingston for.a farm worth from $400 to Do Saturday and Sunday. $600. Inquire at this office. 3 per m. Tom Parsons was up from Liv- ijxi. one-ha- lf 2x3, Town for Livingston. Lot business and Dwelling call and see v In the most desirable Part of Town near new Depot, them. Houses two-hors- e Painter Paper Hanger, Wm. FIELDS n d GREEN FRONT Hotel Frith , u oo Medicines, Store Groceries I Drugs, TOBACCO AND CIGARS Cheap, I Cheaper, C. Cheapest & CO- - 1 dr Grauman, C DAVIS DENTI5T.1 THO'S TAYLOR Subscribe for Blacksmith, r SIGNAL $100 A YEAR the 4 - " tt im v.. iii'iw iimric M ) Mt II l Vernon SignaE 28; 1808, e Mt. Vurnok, Ky., Oct. Uotcreilattlie Mt. Vcrnvj, Ky omi'CtsKi mall matter at tec Louisvillc & Nashville R.n.Co. L & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Day Mail North 11:37 a i Day Mail South .. 2:27 p m Night Ex. North 1:32 a m Night Ejc. South 1:48 amm J. A. Landrum, Agent. churches. (Climt inn Holds ncice 1st at It u. m. and atC:S0 . ih. .5: 3rl Sunday Prcsbyterinu Holds services on the 1th Sunday ftsptiftt Church Services on the Secoud (Saturday night Sunday nud Sunday. fichool nt I) a in every Sunday. Prayer meeting on Tuesday itlchts. Rev. J C pastor. Car-tulca- l, Arthur Owens, ckVk for V. T. Green Parker is .at uvork again. B, rook's .,& Co., of Hazel Patch, an accomplished young man, is Billy Falin was here from Cove. visiting his uncle G. S. Griffin at this plance. MissGreen has returned to Harry Blazer, Hon. Sam Ward, Heury'Jatnes Mullins was here N. M. Shumate. L. T. Stewart, W. G. Adams, B. C. Richardson, Mat. Tuesday. Swinford, Luther Kclton, and Paints And Oils at C. C. many other staunch citizens were Davis & Co. here Monday. Miss Carrie Lair was visiting in Silas Hardin of this county was town Thursday last. sentenced in U. S, Couit at LouisMrs. Will Waid was here from ville to Columbus, Ohio,' Penitentiary one year and one dav and fined Livingston, Monday. $500 on charge of moonshining Aid Society met at Mrs. Nes-and retailing liquor. bitt's, Thursday. The Interior Journal says the Mrs. S. W. Davis has been quite war is over, and the reason the ill with fever but is better. United States won is that she is as Miles long, Go to Bob Cox s to buy your strong as Sampson, Schley as a fox, and has plenty dl groceries and dry goods Merritt Wlint tnnrt Deivev want? j reliable Tom Jim Ballard, the old The season for quail, partridges camt'out to hear McCreary. and other pheasants opens Noveutf Road overseer. Per Riggsby, ber 15th, and closts January isj., Any person killing or having 'ii worked his men eighteen "days. E. B. Brown is with us. -- Ver-sail- s. Assessor French and Deputy Reyuolds were in town Monday. Misses Kate Spradhu and Rose Klein were in town yesterday shop- MASONIC. day Ashland Lodge No. 10 A m. CIO meets 2rd Mon- ping. LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. to Pay your dues Signal P. T. Welsh is in Louisville secure emwhere he will likely ployment. Mrs. Delia Adams, Mrs. Petty has malarial fever. Day. of near November 24th is Thanksgiving Monday last. Maretburg, was here chopping , Squire Wildie. Monday. Durham was in from from Wildie The mother of Editor Louis Landrum died at Lexington on the 20th aged 83. Bro. Isom, a Methodist minister, will preach at the Presbyterian Jim Hayes wasjjhere r. V Squire Gatliff has added his name church Suuday next. to our list. For Salk. Ode hquse and lot Georgia Rice is visiting in cheap, in the west part of town. Mrs. Call on Andrew Gentry. Louisville. Robert Taylor was in from LevA telephone statiou has been el Green. opened at Walnut Flat, between Lee Porter was herefrom Orlan- Crab Orchard and Stanford. do on Sunday last. You can rent office rooms and Browu is with rel- family rooms from S. W. Dayiss in Miss Florelle the brick opposite Court House atives at Parksville. Dr. J, M. Williams has returned Mrs.Jennie Miller and Mrs. Mat-ti-e to Camp Hamilton. May Yeager, of Lancaster, were Harve Sigtnon was here attend- visiting at M. J. Millers last week. ing court Mon day. Pennington was here ,irom Sam The printers being sick made us Raspberry the first of the week. one day late this week. Sam will get the Signal every week Judge Lair, Dr Cooper. Rev. LeGer, George Johnson the Orlando Capps, J C Phillips, Peter C Mullins were Jerry Frith aud W merchant was here Mondav. on hands Monday Allen Hiatt is one of the best R. A. Welsh has already entered road overseers in the county. city politics. He has been appoinReuben Mullins the wide awake ted election judge in one of tho drummer was here Tuesday. Louisville precincts. J. L. Brooks, the General lumMrs. Susie McFerrou, of Lebber man of Wildie called on us. anon Junction, is here the guest of G. W. Jones and Jim Lucas, mother and father, Mr. and Conwav, were callers at this office. her Mrs. Tom Taylor. G. C. FMi, one of Rockcastle's best farmers called on us yesterday Commissioner J. I. White after a Miss Fannie Langlord and J. S. three week attendance at U. S. Damron have moved to Ash Grove, Couit Louisville has returned and claimed citizenship here. Mo., J. T. Clark; Climax, renewed Ins subscription. was in and now Arch Albright called Wednesday and renewed his feubscriptiou to Signal. Dr Benton one ot Brodheads splendid Physicians was with us Tuesday. Walter Turpin has opened a barbershop near M. C.' Williams residence. Mrs. Susan Henderson is visiting her brother Dr. S. W. Brown at Commerce Texas. t App Taylor is still clinging to the L. & N. Its only a question of.time with App. Joseph Coffey and W. J, Sparks were here from Livingston Monday to hear McCreary. J. W. Marler and son are everlastingly filling the air with sawdust at their mill- W. C. Johnson, of Climawas in Louisville last week and had an eye removed by the doctors. Judge R. J. Breckinridge, of Has announced HimDanville, self for Attorney General. attedance at U. S. Court hearing the constitution thoroughly Attention Gentlemen. Louisville and returned Tuesday: explained. H. H, McClure. J. C. Mullins, J. Tailor made rothes at "hand me Scaffold Cane, Ky , Oct. 25 '98 C. Graves, lJosiah Meece, Thos. down" prices suits to order irom '' EditoY Signal fit Austin, Judge Ashley Owens, J. Dear Sir: A debate of five $8.50 up pantaloons $2,50 up G. Cummins, G. W. Payne, Jim and satisfaction guaranted ask to was concluded days discussion, Payne, L. W. Bethurum, M. J. BeA. E. Albright here on last Saturday evening on see samples. . thurum, Tee Payne and Dick Brodhead Ky. thelollowing subjects: They were in the case of U. 1st Sprinkling a Bible mode of S. against Fred Hayes charged baptism. meF. Grider affirms and The numerous with having broken into his bonded McMurray denies. devices that I have lately chanical warehouse in 1894. The case was 2nd The churches known as added to my watch and clock deably argued by attorneys Mead and the Missionary Baptist churches partment, enable me to turn out L. W. Bethurum. Hayes was acthe only true churche's on earth work very fast. Gold spectacle quitted. McMurrv affirms: F. Grider de frames neatly soldered; gold and silver rings cut and soldered, made nies. We have two children who are Our friends will oblige us by reapsmaller or larger, &c, &c. The discussion was highly porting at this or other telephone subject to attack of croup. When- preciated by all who heard it. The S. C. Franklin, offices when they find a broken ever au attack is comraiug on my subjects as discussed 'showed that Signal office, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Chamberlain's a vest amount of time in reading wire or wiie down anywhere along wife gives them s Cough Remedy and is always the line. and study had been consumed in EVERYBODY LOOK. the attacK. It is a household preparing their arguments, which W. G. Adams has gone into the neccessity in this county and no Sewing I am selling the Poultry and produce business at matter what else we run out of, it they gave to their audience in a quiet scholarly manner. The rules Machine on easy terms and keep all tfrodhead, paying jcash. He .will wuiod not do to be without Chamb-eiiaiu- of the debate were the ones tibed kinds oftewing machine needles oil be in Mt. Vernou on.e uy eacn Remedy. More in Cough the Rice and Campbell discuss bands, shuttles, and everything week. Date to be givpn later. of it is sold here than of all other ion. Rev Hows, moderator and that belongs to a sewing machine. for cough medicines combined. J. M. Mr. Mitchell, president, decided Notick. I will piy cash Will send needlesjby mall to any Eggs Turkeys and Geese. JJelore Nicklej of Nickle Bros., merchants both questions, as discussed, in 1 also clean aud repair all kinds Nickleville Pa. For sale by M. C. favor of F Grider. The debate ol machines. You ,can sec me here selling call aud .get prices. & D. N. Williims. A. E. Albrieht, Biodhead ended in a friendly and brotherly ever Saturday. W. M. Owens manner with a general hand shakMt Vernon Ky There will be an election Keld A story is told of u trial for as- ing among the Ministers and memSomerset on Dec. 10 to take the sault in the State of Aikausas, In bers of the different Churches of sense of the voters of the city of the courre of the trial a club, a rail, No, t baled hay for sale at socts. Christ's Somerset, whether or not spirit-ou- au ax handle, a knife, and a shot by A. H, Bastin Crab Orchard. vinious and malt liquors, shall gun, were shown as the instruFOHSkLE $375 My 5 sold withiu the city limits. be with which the assault was room cottago with ments smoko Salt i'or Salk. 7 bu $1.60 But it was shown house, stable 5bu 1.25. A. E. Alukight. G. G. Gilbert aim Judge conynitted. Hon. house chicken assaulted defended himsel Brodhead, Ky. . R. G. Williams will speak at Liv- that the & 2 lots in Mt Vernon Ky. tt at 2 p. with a revolver, a scythe, a pitch- Terms: loO tlollurs ensh. 125 ingston Thursday Nov. 3. handsaw, and a You will find all kinds of fresh Brodhead, Nov. 4. 2 p. m. fork; a chisel, a m. dno year 100 dollars in 2 candy niado daily at S. W. Davis' p. .dog. The decisiou.cfthe jury was in Same aate at Level Green 6.30 civen a dollar a- - rears Must sell at once baseflient brick hotel. ' f, m: Mt. vernon. iov. siu 2, v. m timt thex'd have , '. C Stapp m.' Same date, piece t.. bue seen the. fight. .. A and Wildie 6.30 p. week in Sow-derte pie-vent- Finest grades of tobacco and R. L. Davison and Lewis Walker cigars at the drugstoie of C. C. are speaking in this county Davis & Co. Did you ever eat any candy QuarterXy Court. Fiist Mou Bob Cox now has a nice line of day in January, April, July a: mand at S. W. Davis'? He sells dry goods, and are October. the largest sack joti ever saw for groceiies and sold at bed rock prices Circuit Couft. Second Mon ' ' 5 cents. day in February, Fourth ,Monda Fruits of all kinds and fresh A man was asked the cause of in May and Third MontU'fn' Sep ' " ' bread at 'all1 times. Call and see his fathers death aud replied that tetnber. Mt. Vernon Police 'Court. in the bagemeut opposite Court "while addressing a large outdoor Third Monday in each month, ..'s house. assemblage of people, who were Telephone Rates. From Mt. listening to his remarks witn the Proesslonal Cdrds, Vernon to Brodhead", 10 cts.; to greatest interest, a portion of the n platform upon which he was Crab Orehard, 20 cts.; to Rowland standing gave way beneath him, P. A. Penninftton, D. D. S., M. and Standford 25 cts. tf whereby he was precipitated sev'iBEIMTST, eral feet with such violence as to I am just back from the City The man's N W Cor. Third and Chestnut St., with a full and complete line of fall break his neck." father was hanged. and winter goods. Will give you LOUISVILLE. KY. a bargain in anything you want. A CALL Come in end see my stock before The District Chairman of the buying. Gko. Johnson, --t SURVEYOR Rockcastle county Democratic Com oct28-2- t Orlando, Ky imittee are hereby ordered to meet K in Mt Vernon on Saturday, Nov. OBITUARY. Also, an Ageut for the besT Mrs. Ella J. Agee. wife of A. O. 5th at 1 o'clock p m in the office of C C Williams Tailors in the world. ': Agee, after a lingering illness, died W J SpAkKS, Chairman of of consumption on Oct. 14th. Slip Dem Co Committee C. C. WILLIAMS, leaves two children, Jesse J. and Jones L., aged 8 and 6, respectively Attorney-at-LaFrom Benjamin Franklin. This makes three deaths in Mr. you are sick, what you .Mt. Vernon, t$y "When pheasants, before the opening sof, jAgee's family within last eleven is to chosen lor a medicine like best tue season, is naoie to a nne 01 n months. Mrs. Agee was a kind, on 2nd floor of new in the first place; what expedience less than $5 nor more than $25. Christain woman and has gone to brick on Church street. Special is best, to be chosen in attention given tells you to collections. her reward. Just before death she HON. G. G. GILBERT the second place; what reason (i. e., called the family to her bedside, Democratic nominee for Congress Theory ) says is best is to be chosen G. W. McCLURE. will speak at the following places? bade them faiewelland asked them in the last place. But if you can to meet her in the better world. ? Poxtnwn. Oct. 20. get Dr. Inclination. Dr. Experience The remains were buried in the and Dr. Rqasou to hold a consultaLivingston, Nov. 3, Mt. Vernon, Ky. family graveyard in Cove Valley tion together, they will give you Brodhead, Nov. 4, by hei two children, Geder aud the best advice that can best taken' All business entrusted to my care Mt. Vernon, Nov. 5. Essie. Mr. Agee asks to express you have a bad cold Dr. will receive prompt attention. When would recommend Office on Sepoud floor of new briak" Justthtnk of it! Children's fel; through the Signal, his thanks to Inclination ' hats, trimmed, for 25 cents; ladies his neighbors for kindness shown Chamberlain's Cough Remedy be- on Church street. Child-- ' in his recent affliction. hats, trimmed, 25c and up. cause it is pleasant and safe to take ren's heavy ribbed hose 8jdc per Dr. Experience would recommend R. G.WILLIAMS, The question of salaries was it because it never fails to effect a pair. Chickens and eggs taken in at-Laexchange. Call and see me ads properly passed upon by the Mag- speedy and perment cure. Dr. Brown Reason would lecommend it be istrates, Wednesday-'Squi- re joining Presbyterian church MT. VERNON. KY. being for a reduction and 'Squire's cause it is1 proparad on scientific Mrs C Franklin Sigman and Gatliff being for same principles, aud acts on nature's Major Samuel Morrow has been ammount as heretofore. 'Squire in relieving the lungs opening appointed president of the of the Gatliff stood from the very begin- plan the secretion and restorin the sysgeneral court martial of the entire ning against reduction, claiming tem toa natural and healthy condidivision at A.nnistou, Ala. This is that we now had the best cotlnty tion. For sale by M. C. & D. N. a highly responsible position, and, officers we ever had and there was PRACTICAL WSJiams is quite a compliment to Major no reason for reduction; also EMBALMER Morrow. Major Morrow is a son claimed that the salaries could not STANFORD, KY. Save 20 per cent, by buying of the "Old Judge." j)e changed under the canstifution your drrig's and medicines at F, L. Stock Complete. TeJegTaph' Oid and Geo. W. E. Singleton was shot and which L. W. Bethurum Wallin's drug store, Crab Orchard. ers a Specialtv W. McClure ably argued, showing dangerously wounded by Major T. He also carries a fine line of pure tk..i.'x it could not be done. P. D. Colyer, wines and liquors. Mail and tele J. Carson at Lexington last Satur-DR. A. G. LOVELL, county attorney, paid a glowing phone orders promptly filled tf ' for bis ' Physician aod Surgeon, photographs Singleton had made'i tribute to Judge William's ability as a Court, and his fairness j,., for Major Carson's nir.ee. MT VNON, KY no reason Our friends and customers wil Singleton as we knew him, was at as a judge, i nere was Office North iue Mam srrtet salaries find us in brick building, near this place for two or three summers 'on earth why any of the educed and Christian church, under C. C. Wil been some twelve or fifteen years ago should have special liams' law office. Call and see us 'Squire Gatliff deserves and was a first class photographer praise for the bold and maniy stand when in town. and made many friends here. M. C. & D. N. Williams, he took; as does 'Squire Sigman Druggists. HUGH MILLER tf The following persons spent a also, ior voting as he did, after . y i -- CALENDAR. ' CQUR-Cquwty ColJRT-- Fqurth Mou-'dain each 'month. I. SN. Davis" Mt. Venon, y. w, ,.... B3-Off- ice AttroneyatLaxiy Attorney w, J J. C. McClary UNDERTAKER. ' -- . A3 - 1 Miller House, ' CSy-Port- er HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL MEN. at trains, all MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY Manufacturers of Umo and brick. They also furnish Lime, Building Stone, either quarry face or cut. Orders promptly filled. WAGONS MADE BY H. C. Gentry, S'er ARE AS GOOD AS the 's ad-res- s. BEST t years xperieuqe ,& the business. Horse shoeing ,a. pecialty. Also gene" .' Twenty-eighbck-smithing. i. Richmond Street, Ky. Mjt, vVoiJipn s, TOM FERRELL DEALER IN WHISKIES WINES. &c, &c, ROWLAND, KY. Fine at $2 and up Our Rockcastle, friends can writp... or Tw.wjjonk. 11 l . --ty GREEN ENGINEER'S TRIP.'' Wheat $S a Hashes'. Some farmers arc holding their wheat because they think tho price will fio to $2 a Nurrow Kscupe of 0n. TVooil, Actio? Still. liusliel. The pnoe, however, may go down tary Coinninmler nt Snntlnco, and MuJ. instead of up, and thus great losses will folSoro on Hia Limb Had Troublod low delay m selling. In all matters delays llrooka l'roin a Serious Disaster. are dangerous, particularly so in sickness. Him for Yoara. At Urn first siirn of biliousness, dvanensia. in- Santiago dk Cuba, Oct. us. (Jen. "I had a bad caso of scrofula, and there constipation cure was a soro ou ono of my limtw which trou- digestion or otoniac i Hitters, yourself with Wood, the acting military' Himtcttcr s nonnvi is tor commander bled mc for throo or four years. I saw vnnr rnnrlih'nn tn imnmvp itself, for it ant here, and Maj. Ihooks, had n narrow Hood's Sarsaparlllaso highly recommended to get worse still. escape Sunday evening from it serious for scrofula that I began taking it, and it lias completely curod mo. I am sound and disaster. They had started down the Then She Sat Down. 111. well." C(.aimskc'h L. I)i:i.ani:v, Waller, "In Hawaii," said the man who was oc- bay, on tho way to Morro enstlc, on cupying the greater part of two seats, "the board a steam launch, which seem women have hogs for pets." "In the United States," said the woman ingly had a hundred pounds of steam go. who was hanging on to a strap, apparently Is America's Greatest Medicine. $1, six for BO pounds In speaking to the woman next to her, "the registered. Hut she lost euro "ficlc headache. i!5c. the ilrst two minutes, and a green enHood'8 Pills women often marry hogs." Immediately thereafter three men got up gineer who was in charge of her, disand made believe that they leally preferred covering that there wns little or no to stand. Chicago Post. witter in the boiler, wns about to fill When n Sinn Looks Sml, It while It was almost redhot. Mnj. If you should meet a man wearing n long, Hrooks saw the danger, stopped the thoughtful face nowadays do 'A fapo worm eighteen feet long; at not jump ut the conclusion that there 1ms launch, had tho fire drawn and the He may have hum eh wns towed buck to her startleast came on tun sceno after my taking two been n death in his family. CASCAKISTS. This I nm sure has caused my staked a Klondiker a few months ago. Dening place. Tho engineer was disbad health for tho past tlireo years. I am still ver l'ost. talcing Cascarets, the only cathartic worthy of charged. notice by sensible people." To Cure n Colli In One IJny Geo W. Bowles, Ilalrd, Mass. Take Laxative ilrorno Quinine Tablets.. All VESSELS OFF FORMANILA. uiuggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c. CANDY CATHARTIC Enough for a Kow. "Pa, what are the The Transports Ohio anil Inillamt tVItt Troops Abo.iril May Sail From Han dogs ot war?" "Well, your mother's fine poodle and that mongrel pup next door." . 1'raticlsco In n 1'eir Days Detroit l'ree Press. . San Fkancihco, Oct. 25. The transjflf Stricken with Sciatica? St. Jacobs Oil will port steamer Ohio will come from th strike it out and cure. Scrofula Cured THE WEST HAS MOVED. TRUE TO HIS LAST. Montnna Man In Neir "Vnrlc Olijeots to A Good Shoemaker Mar Ifot Know Former Geographical Clns- BInch llesldes Making tflcatlon. Siiori, lint. RILHIIS-- it Hood's Sarsaparilla TARE WORMS pirn JWfPk JP ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Yar. (1 313 " Pleasant, Palatable. Potent, Taste Good, Do Good, Never Dickon. Weaken, or Gripe, 10c. SSc.iOc. Stirling Rr Meity Captor, Chlc.ltft. H.str. si. Sew Srt nintur r.i.1n 1.w..ia a.ll.. bo funny. Atchison Globe. . t..!.. . St. Jacobs II Til DAP I U'OJll) Sold and Guaranteed by nil Yliy sufler so with Neuralgia? Oil will drive it all away. drug-I.U- cists to OVUK Tobacco Habit. SHOOT INCflESTEK IMPED hands of the repairers Tuesday night and be ready to take on troops Wed-ton Star. ne.sdny or Thursday. The indlur.tij which bus been loading for some dnyi there.' Ointment, for Crlnrrh his enthusiasm, forit Vtrrvarc of "I followed will be ready at tho same time, and was infectious, him in assented. That Contain Mercorr, and I both vessels will probably bo on theii, " 'Well, then.' he asserted as a clincher, M mercury will eurely destroy tho sease of nnd way to Mnnila by the end of the week. 'if yon want to know how business is in the HTnell when romnletelv deranao tho whole sys entering it through the mucous had call up or tem Xo effort will be made to dispatch there west, you Strikes better if there Honolulumis- surfaces. Such articles should nsver be Manila. mc, was no used except on prescriptions from reputable together, as they have a different rate take made by Dewey and I don't think damage they will do is I "We of the east," said a Nsw York man, "do not appreciate how the country has spread, as a result of the war with Spain, as nur fcllow;cltizens in the it. I was in the office of my hotel, near the counter, when n new arrival wrote his name and town and said he wanted a front room with a private hath. My business keeps me on the alert for people who live beyond the Mississippi, and as soon as I could jo bo with propriety I looked at the register and saw that tho new arrival was from Helena, Mont. Then I made my advances by asking him how business was in the west. At that ho flared and asked: " 'How do you know where I am from what makes you think I am from the west f' "I explained that I had looked at the register, and in order to appease any suspicion on his part that I had a gold brick to dispose of I handed him my cart and apologized, for when you have done that to a western man no is yours. " 'Hut I am not from the west,' lie protested. " 'Yon arc from Montana?' I asked. "'That's what; but you don't call Montana the west, I reckon,' he replied, with a combination of southern and western accent. "I said as mildly as I could that it was so classified in the geography I knew and so regarded by people in the cast. , " 'Xot since the war,' he replied. "For a moment I did not know where I was 'at.' Hut he came to my relief: " 'I tcckrm .you know wc ve recently took the Sandwich islands in out of the wet?" "I acquiesced with proper American pride. " 'I reckon you know about that other island, I,U7on. or whatever they rail it? That' just as good as ours as long as Dewey's west-appreci-ate Two men were talking. "What I admire among our artisan class," said one with the air of a superior person, "is a little broader knowledge than is defined by the mere walls of his shop. Now, I have in mind two shoemakers whom I see occasionally, as they are both tenants of mine. Doth of them are prompt, industrious, honest men, but one is as ignorant as he can be even about the details of his own trade. Why, I asked him the other day where Bhoe pegs were made, and of what wood and ho hasn't the least idea, and I had to tell him. On the contrary, tho .other one, not only knew that much, but was up on the history of shoes and their material nnd manufacture, and fie interested me for half an hour by n most instructive talk on his occupation. There is a vast difference, I think, between two men situated as those two are, and it is greatly to the- credit of one that he ac quires Knowledge, not because it is absolutely necessary, but because of I'iib desire to broaden and see something more than what may dangle nt a waxend or spread itself over a side of sole leather. Don't you think ns I do?" "Um-er,- " hesitated the other man, "I know your two shoemakers nnd have had work done by both of them, and I notice another difference that yotr probably overlooked." "I knew you would." responded the first man rubbing his hands with pleasure. "Yes," continued the other, "the- man who only knows how to make shoes can make shoes and the other chap can't. There's something in that, you know, to the man who must wear them." Washing- If NESS Do you get up with a headache? Is there a bad taste in your mouth? Then you have a poor appetite and a weak digesYou are frequently tion. dizzy, always' feel dull and rott have cold drowsy. hands and feet. You get bur little benefit from your food. You have no ambition to work and the sharp pains of neuralgia dart through your body. What is the cause of air this trouble? Constipated bowels. Aflcrs , will give you prompt' relief ana certain- cure.. - .Shot Gun Shells of speed. THE there was that Helena. Mont., comet pretty nigh being in the middle of the United as they LOSS WAS VERY HEAVY! StatesY. Run. lay at the present writing " N. . Used bvAiltheGwmpion Shots. for 152 pace luusmrm Qmoeoe. ? Winchester Repeating t4rms 180 WitnHnrwlvt, NiwIIavih. Com mHSp Tito Hittle Ifctweon Forliiosnnt and JapMitfae Natives Were Ilefcitril With k - Tilt- - Loss of l'lve Hundred. fkf. SeHDN.WEaibPOSTU.WD. JMitaw1RT THfi EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS TACoMA.WaRh.,Oct. 'JS. The stenmci Victorin, just from China, reports two desperate battles recently in Formosa, between the Japanese and natives. Over :.'0() natives were killed in the first battle. On the following day i)00 wen- - "With what a gracefully sweeping motion she handles n fab." "Yes; she used to keep tho flics off the tabic in her father's Omaha lunchroom." Cleveland Plain Dealer. THe. Vnlnr of fixpcrlcnce. (ViARKtTij. CINCINNATI. OCl.2 01 G& 3 5 SH i "A :i 10 physicians, as tho often ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F.J. Cheney Co.,ToIcdo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be suro you get the It is taken internally, and nude in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists, price 75c per bottle. Hall's 'Family Pills arc the best. i Koep Your Blood PUpb, If you have neglected your case a long time, you had. better take gep-nin- Aijcr's sarsaparffla It will remove all also. impurities that have been accumulating In your blood and will greatly strengthen your nerves. Writ a tho Doctor. MVi:STOCi; atUe.common. a Select niiU'hcm fl Full- to BOOil llglll. CALVK! HOUS-Comm- on a. Is the only aure cure In IbOTforld for Chronic Itune Ulcer. crfriiloiis Ulcer, Vurl-cm- e Ulcer.It Vtmirreiie, fever Sore, and all Old Sure. ncrur falls. Draws out all Saves expense .and sutlcrlncr. Cures permanent, ilestsalve for Abscesses', Pile, Itnrns, i Cut, and all Freh Wniinds. lir man. snmi.xk-- large, rac. Hook free. .1. ai.i.kn nniuiciMi CO., St. Sit nn. Sold bjr llruKUt. lul, f. Use Our LOOMIS Drills & CO. And make no failures. Write what you need. is duo not only to tho originality and simplicity of tho combination, but also to the caro and skill with which it is manufactured by bcientitlc processes known to the California Fio Syrup Co. only, and wc wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As tho genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California Fio Syrup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding tho worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the Cali- killed during it light that lasted eight hours. The Japanese loss was heavy. The rebels were routed. Mixed piicUers mieki'-unui- Lleht snippers ce - a a 4 3l 4' Ki S 00 At: fe 3 & II .' tn 3 i pleasant. Again it was the terrible small brother doing the entertaining until his sister could put in an appearance. "I guess you don't know me," said the caller, with a commendable desire to be He Knew 11 tin. TS 3 uk: Whiskers Dyed lb D3S l--Q . 1 1m &) at ttuturui aiaox ay iucKinpanrs uye. PKOMITIT KELIKVID IT.ItBXAlVr.NTI.YCUKEll Prico BO cents of all druggists or R. P. Hall & Co., Nashua, N. U. Hi'iie our neat, cloan remedy. Trial pk?., enough to cure earn, by mall BSc. Instsmps. Double pk(r. sent to rti .t applicant sending that amount and mentioning thUpnpei. R.i.irifr. c.. iiaaa uid., sit. v, in. itif, I Kinds. MM, F. EIUimSON, Clnclunati, O. 1S4 UoToniment Place. Of All PRINT MUSIC ! cal profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of Its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on tho kidneys, liver and PORK Philadelphia, Oct. 25. Japan's, fine LARU New mess bowels without irritating or weakenWestern new cruiser, the Kasagi, was turned ing them, and it does not gripe nor UAIriMOltK. nauseate. In order to get its beneficial over by the Cramps to the Japanese FI.OUII rnmlly. . effects, please remember tho name of government, as represented by Com. southern Wheat Corn Mixed tho Company mander X. Knshievabra, and she at O.lls-N- o. 2ullito once went into commission and ran up llt- - Nil 2 ucslcrn.... CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. First During the naval CATTL-- Western quality tho mikado's Hag. BAN FRANCISCO, 01. HOGS NEW YOKE. N. Y. review the Kasagi will fly the stars LOUISVILLE. Ky. INDIANAPOLIS. 2 and stripes, with her own ensign, as a GRAIN Wheat-N- o. Top Snap Corn No. 2 mixed sfostsmikk surruis special courtesy to Secretary Long and Coinpl irle No. 2 mixed ., Oats cutariuihufat uumpm. zuiffBiac Doable mm tua ofllccrs of our navy. LOUISYIT.I.U, BrtttB Q.: POWELL A CLEMENT CO. GRAIN-Wheat-NFISH-TACKL- fornia Fio Syrup Co. with the medi- Tliel'rraulenl' Trip to l'hllatlqlplilii. Wasiiinoon, Oct. 2.". The details oj Op the president's trip to Philadelphia to ft 8 & attend the peace jubilee practically a I Lanl l'rlmo steam. have been completed. The traiu bear- IIUTTCU-Clioi- co 13) dairy to choice creamery.. Prime 6a ing the presidential party will leave APPLES-Chol- co lo fancy .... 3 CO (ft 3 I !T here Wednesday morning, arriving POTA'IOKS per bbl & I CHICAGO at ,1'hiladelphia! just before noon in 3 30 & 3 l'LOrn Winter time for the president to witness the UKA1N Wheat natcntml tW & No. 5 trades parade. No. It is the expectation rOUN-N- o-23('hicai;o sprlm;. ....... (i (O of the president that he will attend OATS No J. (A POKK 7W feHi the dinner to be given by tho Clovet LAUD Mc Slciim I Mliil. S club on Thursday evening. The presiNKW YOltIC dent will return to Washington on FLOUR Winter patent 3 TS CT. 4 1VIU:aT fit Friday morning. " CORN XoNo.. red 2 mixed....' (t. HYF, ft Til.- r Japanese Cruiser. til OATS Mixed ' FI.OUK Winter family (jItAIN"Whcai"No.i'rcil,nuw No. 3 red...., Corr No. 2 mixed Out', No. S Rye No. S HAY I'rltno to choice PJIOV1MONS SIcsh pork the winder I heard sister say 'there comes that everlastin' Simpkins again!' " Detroit Free Press. "The fight was all over in a minute," said the witness. "Wh it was nil done tin quick as n ole married man kissin' his wife good-by.- " Indianapolis Journal. Atlvlcc- ln!c'tlr Taken. Physician You are living too higlu Patient That's sn Pyo got to got cheaper doctor. X. Y . Vim. "Oh, yes, I do. When I saw you through There may bo something about' your caso you do not quite understand. Wrfto tbe doctor freely: tell him how you sro suffering. You will promptly recelva tho best medical advice. Address, Dr. J. C. Aycr, Lowell, Mass. Swift. S You9d rather a : After physicians had given me up, I was saved by I'iso's Cure. Ralph Kricg, Pa., Nov. 22, 1803. The approval of your conseience.is an excellent thing, but it is not sullicient to get you a raise of salary. Puck. Still as a poker sore ns-- boll? cobs Oil will relax, soothe, cure. St. Ja- P 85 &1H S I f. CO TO Gl fi f.f. Cp rift r, : ' : : Beauty is like a cooking stove no good if the fuel gives out. Chicago Daily News. Jacobs Oil cures the twain. A mixed pain has bruise and sprain. St. 3iM) 31 4 10 4 23 J , A I i I Women's shoes are naturally tight when they are full. Chicago Daily iscws. ; have an Estey Organ of course, but Nyou only have so much money. much ? Write and tell us. Estey Organ Co.,. Brattlcboro, Vt. UadtrTd GUNS Q. ix. Ever thus heirs to acbei and pains. Jacobs Oil's the doctor. St. 4l8I.St..l.lSCmTI. Warships to Havana. Wasiiinoto.v, Oct. 25. On the authority of Secretary of the2savy Long, it was stated Monday night that this government will soon sentl several warships to Havana. This wasdeei'V ed tipon at the Informal cabinet meeting Monday when the reports that the Spaniards in Cuba are removing guns and selling them in violation of the peace protocol received consideration. Cruiser lluffulo starts for Mitnllii. Xr.w York, Oct. 25. The cruiser l!uffalo left the navy yard Tuesday fow Mnnila. Sailing orders were received Monday. The lluffnlo will cross tlur Atlantic! and go through the Sue1' canal, autf it is expected she will ve at ner destination belore tho battleships Iowa nnd Oregor . nr-l-i- PORK-M- css FLOUR Winter patent GRAIN Wheat-N- o. Sreil Corn Mixed Oats Mixed LARD ... 34 r& 4 00 C7 3i tin & it. ft Steam s 74 The meaner n man is the harder he tries to lower his record. Chicago D tily News. Damp weather brings Rheumatism. Jacob's Oil brings the cure, promptly. St. LLECTRQTYPING v-- MES. pinkham talks about ovaritis. Bo ad. . a.two Lottor from Mrs. Oarrio P. Trompor that oil Saffbrinff "Women ShouM Ovaritis or inflammation of OTEREOTYPING OF THE HIGHEST GRADE i"p4HlBg PLUGW No use for a duster there 's no dust on It sells too fast" ! Z of Porto K ti Complete Wasiiinoto.v, Oct. 25, The navy de partment Monday received the following: "San J pan, Oct. 21. Secretary of the d Xavy: Evacuation of Porto Illco by sailing of last detachment of Spnnisii troop.i ' "Sciu.r.v." . 'insular Cabinet Takes the Oitli, San Juan hi: Porto Hico, Oct. 25. Tho members of the insular cabinet took tho oath of allegiance to thqi United States Sunday with befitting solemnity. They will issue a manifesto announcing their resolution to avoid partisan polities nnd end party The KvHCtmtliiit com--plcteto-da- y. strife. Champion Squirrel Hunter. ) Every dealer who has handled Battle Ax knows this to be a fact There is no old stock of Battle Ax anywhere : nothing but fresh goods, as Battle Ax sells five times more than 4i any other brand in the world All who chew it never change Hradfori), O., Oct. 25. Emanuel Smith, of this place, claims to be the champion squirrel hunter of Ohio. He bagged an of the nimble animals out of a totnl of 32(1 shots this season. Jllay IteT.ynclieel If Caiicht. Remember the name buy again. 9 Hknwooii, Intl., Oct. 25. Geo. Werhlo took an ax and broke 'in the door of Mrs. Tate and said he would kill her. Sho made her escape and ran to tho woods. He followed her, but she eluded hlinand remained in hiding two boors nnd then returned to the children. He'uppcared soon and fired three shots at her, when ho was arrested and taken to Brazil, but matte his escape from the officers. Jle Is being looked for by a posse of men and if founfl he may a lynched. & PROMPTLY EXECUTED. aV the monmly flow, from Inllammation of tlie womb, and many other causes. The slightest indication of trouble witlt tlio A, N. Kellogg Newspaper Go. ovaries should claim your instant attention. Itwlllndlcuroitsclf,and a hospital operation with all its terWe offer to our Customers and The Trada rors may easily result from neglect. Tho fullest counsel on this sub generally the most satisfactory work possible ject can bo secured withoutcostby In these branches. Our facilities enable us writing to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, lo turn out work very rapidly. If you deslra Mass., and asking for her advice. Your letter will bo confidential to release your type en some- large Job, send Af ? and scon by women only. fw 1 i kIL rWr3rlmMItFffsV It to us for either stereotyping or electrotyp-InTn Mrs. Carrie F. Tremper, Lake, Ind., and It will be returned to you prompt . . IB Mnr i whoso letter wo print, Is only one of many that havo been cured of ovarinn and In good order. - - troubles by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege Ye make a specialty of Newspaper HeadM table Compound. I "Dear Mrs. Pinkham: I was ings and Guts, and hare the largest assortsuffering from congestion of tho ment In these lines to be found anywhere la ovaries, misplacement of tho womb, irregular, scanty, and palnfu the country from which to select. menstruation, also kidney trouble. I had lot it go on until I could not A. N. Kellogg Newspaper Go,, sit up, and could not straighten my left 335 W. l'lftli St.. Cincinnati, O. leg. My physician gavo mo relief, but failed to euro me. Heading tho testl- r Tt.linl u.-tnnf 'lt4.MAl ....twin. ft MCADEIM OK THIS PAPER (MM I Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had DESIRING TO 11UV ANYTHING I dono for them. I decided to give it a trial. 1 ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UPON HAVING had almost civen un hones, as I had suffered WHAT THEY ASK FOR. REFUSING agony. Tho first dose helped me. And now, after using eight bottles of ALL SUBSTITUTES Oil IMITATIONS. untold Vegetable Compound, ono bottle of Blood Purifier, ono box of Liver Pills, might havo saved largo as over was. I am proud to say I am as well hadI I tried yourI precious medlclno ain tho s . .a )esBsBasor1 doctor's bill and much suffering, beginning of my Bickness. All In tho vlllago know I was not expected to live, i hope until I began when I had tho first and second attacks. In fact, I had no taking your Vegetable Compound. It has saved my life." I I nave valuable. Information of a protUaMe deal now under", ""x. wrno ior particulars 9 E.P.J.. l.O.TJoxS!l7, Now York. f A Million Women Have Been BeneffledtoyMrs.PlnKham'sAdvlceand Medicine i the ovaries may result from sudden stopping of mmmmlmWF 1 - g, HViT"" 1n 11 I T. Stock Speculators! X fr , SMtJMi "GOOD WIVES CROW FAIR IN THE LIGHT OF THEIR WORKS," ESPECIALLY IF THEY USE l.lI.WIMlHIlMlll.il nPHD Q VNBW UmJrLV H DISCOVERYi glvea 1 quick relief and cures worst cases, bund for book of testimonials sml lo duya trent men t free. Dr. 11. 11. UUlk.vs 0S,AUuiiMla. EMaEilteSl CURLS WHEHt 8 1 rfl a LLSE af.l -- M I r. SAPOLIO ;?3-o- MLS. Dost Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Veo in time. Hold hrnruealsts. ALL A. N. K.- -E 1782 ' taswasMsMsfrsssMititiels3it;c: WHEN WIMTIKU 'XO JUlVtSBTISKRH please stele thiit you WV7 ibtj &n ixVOV ncut la ihiJ jtapevt r rr'3'i-a-r i "sTWKUewwMw":""