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"Asatlfactory conclusion is expected by'admlnistra-tipnonicla- ls & r " Fit-- , from tho conference which "BenAViHerlcan Succor This 't. GIGANTIC SCHEMEfON"FOoS FOUND UNCONSCIOUS. ,wiin& held by tho American Philip--, unjftts n riupino surrender . jfiTflPmi Takerilaee Boon Fire American ' pine commission with the commission Vast Timber and Mineral Lands irS ,Iylor Larter Was Found In a Field Wear Trlioneri at San Mlguol. v" which Aguipaldo proposes to send to -. ' -Jabes-- A Uloody stone Was br Ub Uoacht Up bra "Syndicate 'Manila. Side. ?- joiKt May 10. A dispatch to - A dispatch to .tho war .department , ( Vlrclnla and Eastern Tennessee. -Nkw ' f CoLUMnu, Ky the Horflld fromjSnta Miguel via Ma Monday from'Gcn. btls announced that May 18. .Tho man MiDDLEsnonouoii, Ky May 13? found near Jabcz,' Russell county, nlla says: Jblssatd that Aguinaldqhas Agulnaldo had sent a messenger to gigantic scheme appeA" to be bnt fled Into tnc province' of Nueva Ecllla. him cxprc&singn, wish, to .send the com- tobuy up the vast timber and mine Wednesday in an unconscious condl- 6oV, BanK anfl -- On Aprir20;he retrcate'd by carriage mission "to arrange terms of "peace," lon was Taylor Latter, a highly re yestej:n Virgl lands throughout jected and well to do citizen of that from Uallnang.through Ban Isldro and The administration officials express the aUd Eastern Tennessee, and tobi(: nothing has been heard from him in, opinion that this Cominlsslon will sub- railroads to all principle points too; county. He died Wednesday night slkjce. mit to Frcsidcnt Schurman and ( his as- them tin to trade. It is said there Tithout regaining consciousness-- A ft' two weeks large stone found near the body And cbntinuously under same management for 29 years; Tho'5,000 Spanish prisoners who are sociates tho answer of Aguipaldo to millions of dollars interested in.tl rwas covered with blood and hair reported to bp held by the insurgents the propositions mado by the American nroject. inousaiw are. Thoro ' Solicits your Bank account hoping such bussiness r.elaand Is supposed to have been "the liaro .been carried into n northern-provinc- commission to Col. Argucllcs, Agui" of acren oftho richest landsX1 emissary, regarding the characreapon used. and scattered along small naldo's Larter disappeared a tions will prove materially profitable and pleasant. tho world lying ""idle .in ' ' v; fcek ago and had hot been seen sinco garrisons. ''They arc beyond American ter of government which would bo section' because of the' lack of rail: ' ' given to the Filipinos and which Ar- facilities, '-succor this season unices a Filipino TAT-o-mmT& pntil found by his wife.' Ho Js . '.'v. The Virginia Coaf and; . 1 .m - r j to have been In this," field whero surrender takes' placo within three gucllcs declared was satisfactory. Co. is ostensably at the head ofy Is probably apparent to the FilBound sinco he disappeared. weeksi It It is an Ecncmc to monopolize tnis iana,i T R. DuqlpV Sr. T . -.- am, unused liclii. Five American prisoners were car- ipinos Jthat there is nothing to bo Is believed that northernnna fc.n y, it Is said that bar T T TXHIIinma' jMw., jr..... y. V. . T.imn . week; gained by conducting negotiations or capitalfst; are backing the compari' er 6omo tlnic ceo discovered some ried through this tovn last S. H. Shanks. ' William Gooch. T. F. Cash. the purposo of obtaining a temporary oked work ami told of It. The au- Their names arc unkn6wn. Groom of a Week Killed. horltlbs arc,working on a clew as to A. W. Carpenter. SAJf MiOUEL,.May 14 (via Manila, May cessation of hostilities. Gen. Otis will H, Cummins, J. B. Owsley. Willi AMSTowir, Ky., May 10 M 'murder. 10). Tho insurgent general, Orcgorlo not gfant, an nrmlstfcc, as ho has shown-that;- , ho docs not propose to Williams was accidentally killcfl del Pilar, believes that ho has been ZINC AND COAL OIL. by the Filipino government and stop fighfing, no matter how many, the discharge of a shotgun inliis desires- - to surrender if lip can secure jicaco emissaries AguinalQo may send hands. Ho was loading the gun . ftro n Cliff Crude (111 Runs In Larc v aarr?rj- - to Manila, unless' they agree to uncon- paratory to. going hunting, when? vhat ho regards as honorable-terms- 1 -v iQuaptlllf -- Woman Struck a Match : gun went off. Ho' was married;! '" ditional surrender. from the Americans. and Ilarely Escaped. ' In his despatch Gen. Otis shows, de- week to Miss. Edna May Castlcia London, May 10. The following' disKV . . L. jHSVlu.ic, .vy., way 14. Lewis patch has been received by Lloyds spite tho fact that 'Agulnaldo states Just one year agd his bride's fat y Is all excitement over tho dia his purposo- - to send a commission to was thrown from a horse at this pi from Manila: sr J t.l i J . ries bt Jipo. and coal oil. Crude "Owing to the orders of tho revolu- arrange peace, ho Is- making, prepara- and dieu in a fow hours irumiiB,! V . rt toiln'lialf-pln- t flisks arc coming ; rt.,?. tions to contlnuo military operations. , juries. tionists- all Epgllsh employes have lA m. . Jjand to hand Friday morning and & Eonchon Won the Itace. It is evident ttftfio officials from this biicn forced to lcayc tho rice .mills and I gallons eTpJil were brought Louisville May 12 Souchoh prol Native employes jvlufbo dispatch that Gen. Otis has found it here. conic y,&rm"'f ElHBryanf, six miles nccessaryUo change'hls plans. Ho. has an easy winner in the" Madcmoisa rf Tt. " Beasi'. JUp?fxom,Mk'ffiiid-i!lbeenWmaUtng preparations to flllles,- at sta.kresfor thrce:yeaf-ol- d filed with Urn British consult . i'tf , tncicllaeolox.atgjBfcMsV" .0,000 insuri wllM,i BL "WOMAN'S PEACE. ASSEMBLY. gents 'a'S)cliVEd?o bo.encamp-,- : tient .raco on the'turner rouori axo-jHimyar fllly.iJl 'I .t"S.9T.". P.iSfL w cd, hc)S ..presumed that, .getting away with ,, S:r$ir ' andH;r"is . .... Ikri'iAtl tho movcmenfBeportllMo l They ran Resolution Which Seek to suu Lhcr in third place till the stretch vl "vre!ratB. o eauoynMC I Vet? WMZ6mm&M'th Support '.to he Peare. Comhave that. point asrtheob reaencu. vnen no carau on vri;n ft ' Xf, La'wton is maklngcxcellcnt-pfgrcs- a mission at The UacoV and won in. a gallopr Tho talent had L5A ' "'. 3 In his northVard jdarch, and thVlilsr ffooddayof.lt, ., pcTnoiT,. May I women fcalch.. of MajKobbo. ,)U. i rnn ',-1 Charged $VltH opfery- -. ' i i''bcl'ita'ftcacok' asspmbly'l'Mcmday and rieu jwzuh TtnwTifrfiflBfliafiY:'M1Vf- by. 'S'Bdripfcd We resolutions sent' and iu ".'., 'i. Fi?rn- ,n!ini 3.?-- . io irrrrnt iyncuiD);iQe, . , " " g man; age'd 21,' t w Tft' t: Calhoun, K.'MayjU. ft is oUjp E2L3I aimLJHLLv iwas.fcrrcsteOrat Ilockfleld i r Xit ay charged with forgery. It is al occamc aiarmca xnursuay mgns over to the peaoe c " tc 'W ,;Hogue this- - meWtSEMttiMmK&kmimLmLWi ,ttm?la. cs cged that he obtained the names of the prospect - of a mob nppeariug-ten-yeThe two parties and wrote an order from hang Bryant- Taylor, who got a also sent thls"cablcgra awtoq to the Orders uuTnlcoraDhd Wended to Dau or Nlotit. term in the penitentiary for the " The forgery was ., mlssioncrs: NtJi VHHIIIIHHRRa r t h u r to remain- at one to the other. saes t . i.. mt n urdcr of Joe Logsden at Owcnsboro. "Verdcs Comite, Hague., o, between the Insurgents discovered and the money was not ,fnd took hl'in from the jail shortly '. A rcbolutions passed; 0,008 represent and those at Mexico, and paid. jj VJ dnrk and handcuffed him to himhi 1 ft On the Way to Apia. self, He took him to a barn in the Lexington, Ky., May 15. In ft Long flats, s to a cablegram- from .Auckla'rTd. andr Falls him two miles from town, kept all night. They got New Zealand, James II. Mulligan, forback to jail about daylight. Ther mer United States general to Samoa, was no sign of a mob. however. left Saturday for Apia, where he will appear before the joint high commisDrnth of Dr. W. II. Kndman. Fjunkfoht, Ky., .May 10. Dr. Win. sion of the powers to represent the interests of planters and business men of B. Rodman, aged 85 year, a member of the wellrknown family of that name, the island. died at his home in this city after a We carry Druffo, Ohemloala, Falnta, Oils, A Set of China Dishes. Dr. Varnishes, Patent Modlolneo, Fancy Soaps, Vehsaili.es, Ky., May 13. A set of short illness aof Brlght's disease. Hugh Rodman was son of the late Dr. China dishes which was on Dewey's Oiffdrs, Tobaccos, &c. Rodman, and a brother of Lieut. Hugh flag ship Olympia during the battle at Rodman, of the Raleigh, United States Proscriptions carefully oompoutidod at all Manila, May 1, 180S, was received here navy, and of Mrs. Walter Wright, wlfo hours. by Mrs. Edward Hcnsley. It was purof Maj. Wright, of the United States chased as a gift for her at Hong Kong by -in Give us a call for goods usually kopt In a. her daughter, and Adm. Dewey was to aririy. The rcmuins will .be Interred tho state cemetery here. first-olas- s dedrugstore deliver it. Tho war prevented the livery until the present. Hardin County Annual Fair. Emzauktiitown. Ky., May 10. Tho 1 he Mayor's Salary Attached. j directors of tho Hardin County Fair Lexixoto.v, Ky., May 10. An attach- association have decided to hold their ment suit has been filed against Mayor fourteenth annual fair September 5, Simrall by Prof. A. II. Gordon, of Alle- 0, 7 and S. The firt day will be ladies' gan academy, this county, for $103.33, day. The second day is to be Louisand he prays that the mayor's salary ville "day, and a cordial invitation will be not paid over to him until the judg- be extended to the Commercial club of ment is satificd. that city as well as all other citizens; th6 third is Hardin county day. Mnrder and Snlclde. SpniNoriELD, Ky., May 12. News Quarreled Ofer a Fence. Ai.hanv, Ky.,'May. 14. In a quarrel just reached here that Sam Mattingly, of Brush Urove, this county, shot and which grew out of the tearing down fatally wounded his wife and then of some fences, Ann Ellen Denny s)iot killed himself. Jealousy is supposed and seriously wounded her cousin, to be tho cause. Parker Marcutn. Jones for President. State Auditor Stone Was Reticent. J, W. Haydon, W. P. Walton, J. H. Oolllor, M. D. Elmoro, J. 3. Hocker, "QO WEST, YOUNG MAN, AND GROW UP WITH THE COUNTRY." Louisville, Ky., May 10. The tenth Lexinoton, Ky., May 10. State Au F. Bold, t. f, uui, a. a. tsaugnman, w. ... tuumu, t. x. .mma and M. J. Mlllor. dltor Sam Stone was in Lexington annual convention of the National Ho was Interro- Travelers' Protective association began A WOMAN'S HORRIBLE DEED. Kobbo is to take a station so as to preSunday morning. About 800 Wc solicit the accounts of tho citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining countiev vent them from crossing tho Rio gated as to his intentions with refer- here Tuesday morning. assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to AVInnle Itoach and. Her Husband Charged Grande. MacArthur is also needed at ence to tho announcement that he will delegates aro present but the numus. I'crsonal application and correspondence, with a view to "his present point to protect communiIVIlh Jlrntally IlarnlnB Their Foar tho re- ber of visitors are estimated at 2,000. soon become a candidate for bubiness relations, rcnpcctfully invited. Children Nearly to Death. Little cation w"ith Manila. publican gubernatorial nomination. Sam J, Jones, of Louisville, is tipped Ho was very reticent, however, and for president as a hard fight Is being Jho. J. McKobcrts, Cashier, S. Hocker, Pros., Atlanta, Ga., May 10. Winnie PEACE CONFERENCE PLANS. loft the impression that ho v, as in no mado for him. A. A. McKinnoy, Ass't Cashier. Roach, a mulatto woman, and her hurry to shy his castor iiito the rinp. Divorced Couple Iternarrled. husband, are charged with brutally' A Great Court at Which All Nations May Campton. Ky., May 12. Mr. II. D. Hon. Albert llawes Clark Dead. burning their four little children ncar I'leail Grand Tribunal lor the Hose, jr., and Miss Rosa Bello Swango, HorKiNsviMK, Ky., May 12. Hon. of ly to death by igniting paper saturated Whole World. near eloped to parts unAlbert Hawes Clark, distinguished known. this place, with kerosene, with which their bodies Miss Swango was Mr. Rose's had bcon wrapped. Tho man,Lawrenco The Haoue, May 10. About half lawyer and politician, died Wednesday former wife, she having secured a diRoach, ran away during the. afternoon the delegates to the peace conference night of consumption, aged 60. He vorce from him at the last term of tho when ho heard that his treatment of have arrived at The Hague. No re- wasone.of the "Immortal 800" dele- Wolfe circuit court. tho children had been reported to tho ports of the meeting will be allowed gates, who voted every ballot for Has No Assets. police. The woman was in tho act of In Russia newspapers. The first ses- Grant's nomination for third term in Everything lu OwEXsnono, Ky., May 12. James L. to ono of the chil- sion of tho meeting will bo held on the national convention in 1680. applying more firo Butler, of Morgantown, filed a petition On Friday dren when a crowd broke in. Tho po- Wednesday at 3 p. m. Tro Drowned. 8 in bankruptcy Wednesday, with lice were summoned as a lyrching was groups will bo appointed to study tho HorKlNSVJiXK, Ky., May 13. liabilities and no assets. feared. different questions before the conferBronaugh, one of the best known The woman and the children were ence. Adjournment will then be taken colored Baptist preachers in this reGunn Is a Candidate. taken to the station. One of the chil- until the Tuesday following. It is gion, and his little grandson, were Lexington, Ky., May 12. John T. dren had all the flesh burned from her said that Seth Low will be a member swept from their buggy and drowned Gunn, of this city, has announced his legs in several places and will prob- of the committee to discuss arbitration, while attempting to ford a swollen candidacy for department commander ably die. The other three are all bad- - to which question the delegates will stream within the city limits. of the G. A. R. in Kentucky. BftST GOODS AT LIVING PRICES. "' ly burned. J devote themselves chief" t &llo Retreated Into Ecllla Province '. th'e Philippines Expected by the Two , Administration 0(Hc!ls. STATE JTEMi&OF INTEREST. ?(& A.Wnnlra Ago : &pnni8iirrisoncrs. THE LINCOLN COUNTY iwm NATIONAL DA MIT OFSTANFORD, KY. 1 -.- i.;l i- w '. -- Capital $100,000. STANFORD, KY., ..:". ." "" " . 'i J Successors to Farmers Trust - -- supposed D . n w .',:'v". 'v - j.j. j. W, S. H. Shanks, President. W. M. .s7 Bright, Asst. Cashier. ... 18! 'JSRV' ,Of. JJ .'H'ti ,.,.& ..,:.. mr na - WILLIS GRIFFIN, Practical i,Jt& J' i noKUav-attprnoo- n. -- IWquanftrigr4sniia-J- her-nlcely- , Give-Mora- tjTOKWa? ? tinrr -. turn htm': d rji' ri.i: wi--j-.- 'l . f ,Jat .- -? '4 ; '. nve '..'? --. :;. - , . aMri-,- . . Druggists and' Pharmacists. M.6..& D. N - WILLIAMS. &M&Ml Mt. Vernon, Ky. Hi mmm FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock, $100,000. Surplus, $17,320. DIREOTOES: J. GO TO JONAS McKEWZIE MT. VERNON, KY., For $31,-35- Rev-Pet- er Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, General Merchandise. y g- - ". A Xt . Lost. A cop- tf Will of Wil- AcTlJstS WANT'KD$2 '. j lirotiuej .. !..' liam Adison Frost of the State of "i" Crop; Missouri written in 1825. Also t.,r businessmen an NTivv two letters one from an attorney Ikii-avicrilory, posrti Mny 19, 1S99. Damp stables caiuc rheumatism. the other Iroin Superintendent of .Mast be seen toLexington Lunatic nsvlmn. Find,...( Send 2SC lor linvo Slllnll Sloill.lLh.4. SO er will pleas-- return to Signal of dirts Published every Friday by Money rtnml-- I ,wRt:ons. and lliey should not be fed too much' at fice. I AM US MARE'S. if fails tn n: discussion l time. ;Uif 1.00 SUBSCRIPTION ON1J VKAK "I'm sure 1 don't know why the T C CO . Louisville,' Ky . T. Cole Gulley bought ?o yearl- Rev. Mr. Fifthly call himself the Advcrla'hg rales made known on ing steer.', at Stanford court for Loy preacher, ' said Mr. Snaggr. $2i. per head. "He's 40 years old if he's a day." application Perhaps he is the oldest boy Better prices ara to be paid farm- preacher alive," explained Mr?. Sine: Gen. Taylor yielded State ers by canneries lor their vegeta- Snaggs. Pittsburg Chronicle Tel . SPLIT HICKORV-SPOKKSAuditor Sain Stone has. hung a bles this yeai. With a favorable egraph. mouke v rcr.cli on the safty valve growing season canning crops will be urofitable. I have been afflicted with rheumaof the pressure. tism for fourteen years asd nothing 2x2, -- 3 inches long, all white Asnull flock of guineas is a seemeu to trive any relict. 1 was C grade or better, $12 per m. All f Mr. Goebel's hopes lie in long, red, $b his opportunity to escape with the good thing to have on a farm. able to be around all the time, but 2xe, 30 inches of the can- Hawks and crows are frightened constantly suffering. I could hear i.per in. mittens whi'e the rest away by them,. and the presence of and at last was told to try Cham28 inches Iongwhite $6 didates are throwing snowballs. of night prowlers will be revealed berlain's Pain Balm, which I did, m. jj per red S4 and was immediately relieved and Do Andrew Carnegie says that it is by their alarm. time cured. I am happy in a short a shame to die rich, and Russell per m. The promoters of the Lexington to say that it has not since returnSage says that it is a disgrace to die Fair propose to have a show ring ,I T(itt T?tn nftrMHiiifMmi I, White 'C grade 2MX3, 30 inch. poor. The millionaires are having to decide which' breed of cattle- - An- Ccl. For sale by M. C. & D. N, es long $22 per M. trouble to locate death's gus, Hereford or Short Horn- - is William's. Red spokes same dimensions as mark. best. Large prizes will be offered, Love $ro per M and the show vill be of national .SINGLK TREK MILLETS. ThiF is n composition written by importance to cattle breeders. To Builders. j. W. Marled aJ.7!6, 38 inches, long white, a Bolivar, Tenu., school boy, and it & Sous now have their mill on one. i $16 per m. is certainly a peach. The farmer who feeds his stock of the best sites in the county and) nrrnnrff1 in int hills tnf ? To be delivered at anv station "A poor young man fell in love at regular hours, and just what the nro fiillvJ l . . with rich lady's daughter who kept animal will eat up clean, will get order on very short notice. LumJ K. u 01 iy. xuxn. or K. J. a candy shop. The poor young more pounds to the bushel than ber can be delivered at Mt. Vernqrf! division, will cull once evirv tw man could not marry the rich candy the careless feeder who uses no if desired. Give us your i.rders ami! weeks. L. L. Jarubtt, Inspectcr. lady's daughter because he had not system. Work annuals are gener- geipruiui" aucuuuu uuu iuu ugsi. I Brodhead, Ky. ife enough money to buy any furni- ally Hed reglarly, perforce of cir- rtf T-- intiKor -- J 4 "' "" I ture. A wicked man offered him cumstances, but other stock, hogs $25 if he would become a drunkard. especially, are apt to be fed by We have a car load of Komsteaa1 The young man wanted the money marry farmers somewhat irregulary Fertilizer. The best on' market? VV. ' ' very much so he could marry the when the fanner takes a notion to Ji J.W.Moore . . rich candy lady's daughter, but go to the hog pen. a. a. Aiorigut c. - s when he got to the saloon he turn Brodhead"3f: ed to the wicked and said: "I will Allen Prewitt, a farmer living not become a drunkard even for near Mt. Sterling, lost seven out of great riches. Get thee behind me, eight of the horses on his farm Fruits of all kinds Calland'see SHOES, AND GROCERIES, 2BW Satan." On his way home he within'bue week from a disease sim- - in the basemeut opoosite Court GENERAL MERCHANDISE round a pocket-booconlainu 12." llrUS .to spinal menrngitis. Tha house. million dollars in gold, within a few hours lady consented u' mr; toms were no rtiTT.nTT,nrtTr T AATr Ji V Jil. YUU1J Y "ft"''!' had a beautiful itt's daughter, I am selling the Singer Sewing, the next day had tw comity, drove Machine on easy terms and keep all see virtue has its.o reVs place, and Kinus o Mt. Vernon . Signal - Land, Stock, . 1 1 11 ff-1 t V 5 - I TTm-w.- c tVn fwil e-- v See the njee bed room suits ntSioand $20. Beds Irom $1.65 to $A 50 Mattresses -- all kinds -- exce'sior. cotton top and woven wire, Si' ,l4 arid up. Good c.inii $.2.75.1 set. Rockers in willow, cane, n' Nice hardwood stand tnblcs $i.oonnd $1.50 find nk nl'.prices to suit. unaitureij . 1 tkb . ," l M.i r 1 v 1 'V ' JjjjElegant Parlor Bed Loungesjjl Comd and '.ee them. "P In all kinds of coverings at $7.50 to" 12.50. a stock ol flour, mc.il. shipsmff.s, &c. Have.A Fertilizer at also keep "living" prices. Produce trade .solicited." Will pay cash for chickens, eggs, &c, &c, Respectfully yours. ' I W. F. - CHAMJJ nmWMm , .'tfi', . . . : -. fcYV -- General Merchaiaclise Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at fair, Drices. ' ' . ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. DEALERS IN-- ft .r V ' .T i ''K . - " .' "Z Old Main and Church ' WIT. Sts- ' A VERNON, KY. U ft id IT IT IU CldriiMT el" I afS u vk sea asa II a a u si? t jo- - k Store Is the place to buy Drugs, Patent Medicines, 2 M R. McClure NOTIONS, Jewelry, ": O ...... --- DRY GOODS, TO Stationery, Cigars and To Call baccos, Paints and Oils. in when in town. W & CO r k, y .tT i. It has been a dispu years as to whethsr ties had the right "to cense for persons sellin delivery. The following in S Lexington 'Gazette, ii true, seeni-- i to settle the case: "The judgment of the Harrison Circuit Court in the case of George H. Crosdale against the city of Cynthiana, upholding the validity of a city ordinance requiring peddlers and persons soliciting orders for future delivery to ya license, Was affirmed in the Court of Appeals in an opinion by Judge Pay-nte- r. jb' tlierHyied m C.JS9DAVIS w wHBH f THO'S TAYLOR - stricken with bands died. Harrods- Blacksmth For XtimftW and Vledical Use HCr You Want i.M. 1TV Sk JlB s tt.nl- Vrtl ". M rrr n I Crosdale sued the city for damages for wrongful arrest, he having been fined for doing so without a liceiiie." Our town Board should look into this matter and if they ha've no ordinance for such she ttld make one Parties coming in the town and making house to house canvass should pay a license. Our merchants should be protected. THE FIGURES 1899. If we add together the figures contained in 1899 we find they make 27, and these added give us 9. Subtract the first two figures, 18, from 99, and we have 81 , which added make 9, and the letters comprising the words eightyone are nine. Add the first two figures, 18, to 99, and we have 117; these figures, when added, again give us 9. If we add all the principal numbers thus far mentioned, viz., 1899, 18, 81,1173127,1110 sum is 2,142, When Your Horse Is Shod Jvl Will seuclueedlesbymall to any I also clean and repair.all kinds pott now have to pay him the pt Missouri fcash. He says if you see him of raising "gin- - ol machines. You can see me here Saturday. very W. M. Owen drunk this year you may know B7nTv cause some uneasiuess some one has asked him to shoe his MJt Vernon Ky v mountainous countries of horse on credit. Credit will starve Kentucky and Tennessee. China a man to death. has an unlimited demand for the S, W. Davis has a Kandy Kitchginseng root, and because of its en, gioceries&c,, in basement of scarcity pays the handsome price of Brick Hotel. Call and see him. $2.50 for a siugle pound of it. Heretofore the market has been Attention Gentlemen. supplied from sections where the herb grows wild. Repeated atTailor made rothes at "hand me Manufacturers tempts to cultivate it have proved down" prices." Suits to order lronr of Lime and brick. failures. Spencer Brown, a farmer $8,50 up pantaloons $2,50 up fit; They also furnish Lime, Building in Texas county, Mo., is cultivat- and satisfaction guarauted ask to1 A. E. Albrights Stone, rough quarry face or cut ing an acre of ginseng. It matures see samples. Brodhead Ky. jJ Orders promptly filled iu six years. From thelproduct of to realize the that acre he expects' modest sum of $29,000. He will "Homestead," the limit the product so as to keep the Fertilizer. gin- best brand on the market, for sale price up. Mr. Brown says that J W Moore seng flourishes in rich limestone by DEALER IN and A E Albright, fj soil, shaded from the sun. It reBrodhead, Ky.tft WHIS KIES WINES, &c, &c quires eighteen months to germifv nates, and six years for full growth. He is making 110 secret of the disA good coal miner to' Wanted. KY covery. work through the Summer or long- Fine whiskies at 2 and up er. Man with a family prefer ed. Our Rockcastle friends can write Address J. W. Marler, THE BRIDE. or Telephone. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Written for The Times. Like an Easter lily. Stately, tall and fair, Bryan;, New Book Wich the orange blossoms Resting on her hair; SEPL? M EMP2S? Vailed in woven moonlight, T!i Pii!U?PlHE tlUESTIOM $?. u Filmy radiatrce of a dream, . ?.' EV .5ji Bride of budding spraingtime, 110'. MLUAM J. BRYAN Crowned of home the queen. ' I ad-res- rs...r .t.. T1' s. MT VERNON- " ff WL A P. 1 IB "-- B- - M tf Y BLyV ir3 vs- -;. H NELSjOTJtKJOUTY . R The M Finest m A I . SOUR MASH Sold Direct from Distillery. Jug and Bottle Trade 3 6 10 fiCwV Solicited. m & year.old year old at'$2.5b per Gallon, year olcljut" $3.00 per Gallon, at $2.00 per Gallon, J. tain B. DA NT Distiller, GETHSEMANE, KY. MT. VERNON I'.v.wtanavxutiiraTvizRcrgTjsTnaua: LIME COMPANY AGENT FOR, .iTOM FERRELL $ s- -- ' rzitT,nixx SR-e- z rz-,L- z-r k. .. j 'M. it Kw;(r lj ROWLAND, lit r tV'' BINDERS, 1 11 . Vi and Attach m exits ALSO, OWENSBORO TVINE I and these figures added give us 9, 27 from 117 we have which divided by 10 again give 90, For that life untried, US9. Bysublracting 117 from 1899 Going out frourchildhood the remainder is 1782; these figures, Ac a husband's side, when added, give us 18, and these Taking up life's burden, two wheu added give us 9, and if Cross of women's crown added produce 9. It we add 90 and Duty, birth and travail 1782, principal number.'! not includWhere angels lay them down. ed iu first addition, to 2142, obtainGod be with you, fair one, ed above, we have 4014, and these figures, when added, again produce Have you in His caie, " Through life's joys and sorrows 9. Now, if we add the figures 1899 to the last sum we have 6913, and Is a stranger's prayer, . th'.'e added produce 18, which MRS. JENNIE JONES CUN again being added the result is 9 NINGIIAM. ' If we subtract sweet and prayerful Hovers o'er a bride: ' Sails we watch in passing O'er the ocean's tide, Something sad and yearning Something ipnlomontary ' ' n in UViU I .r, mini, o lli. Al wCArnegloBeaiili it. iBr, i,oy. tini C.irl Bolniiz, Snr.i I ur. iu.. nJmmil, x.w. i. . M:..v J ( CliJ-iH'i- ir. uyi', .M..rij, rro,u"'y " anm.3r, I'm, AiuiDia, rror. imim bc&r. o,.i .i.ii.ii'n.c.u,', J(ii. tea of Labor, and others. (MPgniALISM AND ABSOLUTtSM pQtjjjCEP. CPATllll Jiuu m ' JoJiiufi.'lIon'! I Jin I'm ,, ' sicLuurln. Till. j. lurlfer, lolkr, l.9 A.Toivne. Hon Aillnl " TIti-iup- i n. mtr Mnflon, Daniel. ; mmWtiNF VH-- ", RSfvfKK.iiaHKi J."" ' WAGONS. lint ' . "", r Cr. VERNON "- KYT . - i(V1!!o!,;i!Sr;,v;nl,,,";i,',unrratJ ilTf tf,,,lt"IrL5it.E2II.".1'",i1,,,S0,1,,V'"0,'i." B raon "AW i LOAD." nml 'ir-au- tl.oOBintltition ui.i,Jdtoioe",a of our e" ,i,tt uo,t & THE GOSPEL OF A HIGHEII CIVILSZATIOH AND B83ABER LISHRTY. 'XliU C.NLV JlaoiC OX HIC SUBJECT. lllurtrated. Blylnjy Ue.iutifal bnlf-ton- o portrait of Mr. 1!ith aai the other con. ifiin1 ri"! Intenet. .honlnpc tho conilltluii. and cu.tomi lilllpplneii. otlln(I lUe ."."''""K nltemiited in loU.pal.llliiii(r. A very liuimiiin for Bont. In tha H ,'0"eht''tl"ol'-"ur,,"'t"nu'tbBfiiruUh- ea 'i"i'.,n,0M lijrooy othi.r Lcuo. We ur the olo n Tho ttrfct UUItion, nO.000 ejp!e A Inro octATJ boot, benutiful now lypa. X V PAY on eucli orJcr u.nouutluc to V) booLa at ouo c, xheu caih uccompnuioi oruir. IT Wo mnttft no diariro for tho c.itg.ip.t. cbmS&iAi rioviKtctDa rt.iruMu'i ?? HGiilint mtinj who wonl.l imioj upon in by eonillnc for Outfit wttli n- - Innm1n irorklnfr. hut . . ... ,,., .,,.v.v, "Picijnnnif( Hpnucnui 11 11 cnuruniii vi jrvnj ?; ' . ,A ... i.i tn mr twuftdn . .1 - . .1.1. .. in trill! u -- .. r 'l'l"W. W ot'Cr.t orUcr Or 10 bjiU. - ... -- .. ' Itiwirinllininillnir ' .' is? mt jkusji.i wan nn . iiiduuu. will: iron ciIjzm A rile lor our Unpnra!!cM Tern:. UAccnM. Adilr- ci . k IMPP?r-l- f r. 1 tOt?C.-irriitf! wrtxestraxyiL rsj&B!JBKr. Wk'iV AvfV; k wcts.'?s i&.8fl4C()LLYRR ' - AOENTS WANTED. M " & UNDERTAKERS, OWENS : BRODHEAD. KY. ft' Jl rnrE. !teV'!!'' Caskets, Coffins, Robes, etc., kept in stock. : Orders by mail, tele.j ,.t3ik::::::"::::::::;:::::::::xM graph,, telephone promptly jfilled GOPflPAPJY, Subftth&a. tiUILDINQ, CKICAC. , THE tinr. ':, FtSAMKUN v.; a- - Li If You Mt Vernon Signal MT. Vkkkok. Davis. Owe .. i.y -- ju Must Come and Settle We are in Need, iui nit; uiyuu, ui'wti liey want the earthy -- - Fresh Bakers bread at S. W, the1 may 4 it 'T&r D fotten, of nrodhead, has It 99taknu tlic road for a Virginia to- - a man bacco house. can't n . t. f.-- S CRAB ORCHARD. LIVINGSTON. S I ic nine tailors to make, 1 here is a scarcity of news this, day in each month. Mrs. Sue Mulhns was tn Mt. , 'ninety nine collectors . .-.. Quarterly Court. Fiist MonI'- - u iw Veniou last week. :0 nun settle. day iu January, April, July and s V.10, ure Diisy at work., aa .."' . . . Eoteredatthe Ut. Vrn...i, Kjr., Miss Marv BJ1 McCarthy has October. Willi ucglllb litre MOIl" un...kHi mall inatUr 'Half the people in the world arc Mrs. Dr. M. Pennington, of Circuit Court. Second Mon day ndxt and we expect you lo'pav working the other half for chumps1; to her home at Junction Mt. Vernon, is visiting at J. C. returned day in February, Fourth Monday City. us your dues. an " making 11 pay. in May and Third Monday in Sep McWhorter's. Mrs. Fessenden lectured to a Miss Matlie Bills entertained tember. The Misses Sallie aud Ada You wjH'find all kinds of fresh large crowd on temperance ut' the her friends lasv Friday evening by Mt. Vkrnon Poucb Court; candy ma'ih? daily ,at S: W. Dayis' have returned from Level Cliristain church Wednesday night ThirdMonday in each month. giving a party at her home. Green, Rickcastle county, where basement hrick.hotel. ri..... TOOIIHMffWiWI gallon fruit Jars 65 cts. Lieut. Louis Dilliou had a horse iHiey have besn attending school Louisvllc & Nashville n n.Co, Occasionally a young man can be Professional Cards. per dozen. The cheapest to fall with him a few days ago ever for several months. persuaded out oi marrying a young L, &. N. LOCAL and itfflicted painful but not seHouk & Son. TIME CARD. Known.The Misses Davis,, of Garrard, woman, but an old man never. rious wounds. Day Mail North.. T. J. Champ who was here, to 11:05 a m were iu town Monday shopping. When you get the best of a barDay Mail South.. " K Tom Pettus has been on the P. A. Pennington, D. D. S.; M. D.. 1.57pm assist his brother in starting up his Misses Maud Ross aud Hattie sick gain, it's cunning, when the other NiglU Ex. North list the past week. 1:32 a m busitieSs has returned . to Garrard. Ki.Sit . sll DENTST, fellow gets the best of it, it's cheat- McQuerry, of Hammock, Garrard Night 'xiiSollth. ...... ... :4'4 a m SbWing "Bud" Cockrell was up the The ing. Machines. r" county, and Mr. J. R. Cook visited 1 iXiSIBsMV i J. A. Landrjum, Agent. his N WCor. Third aud Chestnut Sts. Standard is be-- t now made. Call Mifcs ArtluiMa Cloyd last Saturday, river last week looking Bafter Tom Taylor of this town tells; LOUISVILLE, KY. on Hugh Miller. tf .also, Mesdames. Cook and Estes log interest. L3Kr CHURCHES. the following story of how he gpt visited The recent tide brought down Mrs. Patten at the same J. Gi Frith of Brodhead went to his 'wife to dig Up the garden Cliipsiian Jlulds services Jst &3r I Sunday f plenty of logs to Dillion's boom . . u. U1JU UfcU.tlVJI. Garrard county and brought home shortlv after ' they were married: time. and the saw is buzzinggfrom six to ' rubytemji Mblils services on tlie itli his sick boy who is much improv- He says he 'sallied forth one morn- ,' What's the matter with, the six. C, C. WILLIAMS, " ed. 8umloy ing with spade and hoe and after J0"11? people? Iv'c lived here for J Will :.Morris, of McKee, has Attorney-- a -- Law, Samuel Denham, one of our best scratching around awhile came iu eigDjeen months and tliere has been Baptist Churcli Services on .lliii Second young men, clos,e and attentive to off a nickel and a but one weddintr in town and that bought a lot of W. R. Dillion and to wash the dirt Wit lcrnon Ky. . Saturday" night nml Sniulay. Suuday will erect a nice eoltege on it soon every "Sunday. Prayer business, has been on the si:k list dime; he had struck it rich he said. of colored folks. School ut 0. a. 011 2nd floor of new Misses Mattie and Ida Fanner meeting "on Tuesday niuliti. three days, this week. "Struck what?" replied Mrs. TayDr. Stapp has not yet closed his brick on Church street. Special visiting friends in McKee. old camp ground, lOol for tl'i smiimpr luir T nrp. are Dr. P. A. Pennington De..tist, of lor. "An MASONIC. attention given to collections. J ' wri Geo. Cook was at Mershons X Louisville will be at Miller Hotel don't you see the money?" replied sunie lie will very soon. Aslil.iml Lodj No. 050 nioplfi L'nl Mon. day ID A m. Roads last Sunday to attend the during May term to practice his Tom. Back to the garden he! went whistling "Sweet Marie.A fiJEMf. Wright Kelley has been very funeral of his Uncle Frank Baugh. profession at. JsU&but is recovering. Directly he came in showing Postmaster Ward, Lige Herrin LOCAL & QTHERUVSE. boy is happy. The The small quarter, saying he could afford to R. L. BROWN, Holman does not improve and Matt Ballard went over to see "old iron and bone" man is here gained, RKfymuch. having to take a nap, t Capt. Tom Jim Ballard, Sunday. .scattering nickels and coppers enough for one day anyhow. See of change lime in trains upr. Doores has been under the among them. ney-- a ,a H. D. McGee has gone to house When he awoke his wife had the weathervfor a few days, but is able keeping in the Mullins Go to Purdom's for a smooth T. D Railroad agent W. II. Bower whole plot of ground turned over MT, VERNON, KY. slinvn. and wife of Wildie after a weeks and had found only a brass breech- tofbc around. The Doctor is a property. very useful man and would be very E. B Urown, brakemau, was visit to relatives at Parksville re- - es button. She did riot know that Mrs. E. L. Elmore gave a party much miSsed anion tr the sick. if turned home via this place Wed- Tom had salted the mine. here Monday. to her friends last Saturday eveunable to attend. to business. nesday. ning and every one was heard to DR. A. G. LOVELL, B. F. Fuquay has relui ned from say "good lime." Levi Elder has been spending D. R. Totteu, of Brodhead, has a trip to Indiana. NOTICES i several days in Nicholasville, and Physician and Surgeon' taken the road for a Virginia toHon. Sain Kash gave a lecture When you comb to Court K. McClary was in town Satf J. reports a good time, especially in bacco house. He was here bring your Watches, Clocks, the school house last Saturday his sled. urday, on amnog the fair. Says he called evening. Wednesday and took several nice C and Spectacles to S. MT VERMON. Subject: Education. G. A, Morgan, the "wool agent" orders. Franklin at the Signai, office last night on one that Ms not only Office North Mde Mnin srrect was in town Saturday. to have them repaired. He John Farmer, Sr., of McKe,e& VI handsome but rich in- - this World's Hugh Miller has added new is prepared to do pivoting, put hgre visiting his own CtyeaaJftA Logan H. Lynn will teach the , goods besides. s in new balance staffs, setting furniture, new carpets, v Johnny." Wildie school this year.- jewels, and and anything to Some ofiour young ladies are on papering, etc, to the Miller House Gold be done of this kind. J. A. Landrum is back from U. ana is prepared to give his guests the qui vivejfand will be until the "jolujJMeadows rings cut to fit and gold and S. Court- at Covington. Sunday examinationifor teachers'- - which Pine-Hil- l a warm Welcome. silver soldering neatly done. h comes off thevrtjuV and 2'otli,. is Miss Doll McClure was shop. Misses Mnryju (d d To close a partnership the sii j .' . immxjAM over. It's not 'all ping in town Saturday last. are visiting friend Roller Mills will be sold at The man or woman who would as.omc pld teachers can attest'- this week. Jack Lawrence is in from June public auction oiuMonday Mayjzoth attempt torobanother, w,otnaii of r t6h?gliesWfd'der."Mis enterprise Mil Geo. ThompsopifQfjP Pleasant of new v.tiou City niuliis onthe sick list; Attorneys John her good name deservesv the se should be taken up by ourfarrners. verest rebuke and Hill, Mo.,jK. making his annual J Bethurum The night express train's meet at w criticism from Maretburg instead of Mr. Vernon. Since the mill was established the Levery decent woman in the land visit, to ourjtowu. Mr, Thompson Wednesday from Mt. wheat ..product Jif Rockcastle has In Indiana aud Ohio, lately, sever- is 7; years of age, was born iu Pu- Rev. Whentley filled his appoint- itrcreasedstuore than three fold. al women have been vigorously laski county, Ky., married twice R. G. WILLIAMS. ment at Baptist church, uuday BRODHEAD. and lived tliere 25 Lexington, Ky.. May 9. The prosecuted and in one instance, we in , last. ,. ' Lexington electric street railwaj now recall, put in jail for circu years, is well known to many of the - at-JL- a Mrs. L. B. Adams and little citizens of that county. 4's improvidg slowHis life Ed. Ncwland has been sold to a Richmoud (Va) lating slanderous reports concern-in- g Elizabeth, visited Garrard relatives syndicate, the transfer to be made another. Mt. Vernon might has been of many changes. He ly aud it is hoped that he will soon MT. VERNON. KY. V this week. May 15. This is a valuable prop- well profit by such action, as the went with a company to Pikes be himself again. Peak in the so's,' traveled over the We will not be under sold. We erty, and its Hues may be extended venom tongue of slander seems to Rev. Hendrickson filled his ap have every thing from a hoe handle to bcveral of the neighboring towns wag with unnecessary vigilance. Western plains and met with many pointment at the Baptist churcli beto a turning plow. Houk & Sou. b capitalists securing it. s There are several in this adventures, returned about the Sunday. town where the poisonious arrows ginning of the rebellion, enlisted Dr. Pennington is taking in the Messrs. Edgar Albright and The best solid steel hoe can be SURVEYOR ' State Medjcal Society which is in of infamy have their origin; where iu tlw Union army; was taken Charlev Davis were in town Monhad at my shop, fully guaranteed. prisoner at the time Capt. Harb their gteatest delight is to tear Mt. K session at Louisville. Highest market prices paid for proKing was, and was accused of be- day. down the character of some good, When you have important items duce. Come and see me during Also, an Agetit for the best Bradford'Albright, of Colorado, virtuous woman, or tell a malicious ing (one of King's bushwackers; telephone them to us. The Sig court and go away happy. Shop lie was put in jail at Somerset, then is at the bedside of his ' sick moth- Tailors in the world. on some family to destroy the on old Maiu street South of court nal pays the freight. peace aud happiness of that home. to Tennessee. He sometimes near- er who is not expected to live a ly starved?" Savs he met J. K. great while. rx - Camp Mju.ting.- - The High house. The Church and society bodi deN. H. Tyrbr. McClary. once in Barbourville and it Bridge camp meeting will be held 3t. mand that such tattlers, mischief The Brodhead Roller Mill will be told him he was hungry. "John" as usual tuts summer. Ncwland, oue of the L & N's makers, destroyers of women's sold May 29II1. It is a good mill Jo went to.try. to get him something A small tornado passed near most valued agents aud operators characters and homes should be nd surrounded by a good wheat r Qnf ....In .. .Iniitn ilniMnwn has returned to his post of night driven from society and botlt men to tat, and brought him a hoecake, country, g '."fitJt. y r UUIUUJt 4V all he coufd find. He says it was fencing, barns, etc. owl at New Haven after a six and women who love the truth; Born, to the wife of Robert Page the sweetest bread he tver ate; weeks stay at Crab Orchard depot who waut justice done to all; who Mrs Sam Ward and Mrs. Brack The rebels come very near hanging a line girl. during the absence of his mother respect virtue aud womanhood him when they hung King, but Jraveswerc up from Livingston Mr. Merrimec, of Livingston, . Sign who was the bedside of her son should absolutely refuss, and let sto hear Mrs. Fessenden. refuse, to finally released .him, so broken in was here Wednesday, Fred who was down with fever in them know whv they health that he was discharged from Also carries a nice line of Vall Geo. Fredericks was given five Cincinnati. associate with such slimy tongues. Granville Owens and wife went service. He came home regained Paper samples at from 4 cents per montlis and live hundred dollars at an evil report gains circulation to Mt. Vernon Wcdnesdav. jtgl Extensive preparations are being If health, married his second wife, his roll up. Coviugton for telling liquoi. touching the character of another, Lee Houk, of Mt. Vernon, is made for the meeting of the road and moved to Indiana; thence to daughter, Mesdames Geo. C. Fish and Dr. commissioners and overseers which every mother, every Illinois; from there to Kansas; back stopping here at present. every father aud son should assist Geo. B. Lawrence gave this office opens at Court House tomorrow to Illinoisagain, and then into MisDavid Carter left here Tuesday Oh, how good candy Js when a pleasant call on Wednesday last. morning at ten oclock. The object in tiacing it to its origiu and then souri, where he now Jmakes home night intending to go West. punish the guilty and ostracize you buy at S. W. Davis'. vvith a married daughter, but We want what is owing the Sig- of the meeting 's for the discussion as they should be, aud you J. W. Tate and wife visited II. plan theai, spends his winters in Kansas and nal aud propose to have it. Look of questions on roads, the best will thereby protect your own L. Tate at Mt. Vernon, Tuesday. Did you ever eat any candy at your label. We are not work-i- ng for their improvement etc. This homes from such untruthful aud his summers in Crab Orchard. If He sells Mrs. Eui'iuerson Rice, of Living made ut S. W. Davis? meeting is expected to accomplish any old Rockcastle folks would like for the fun of it. inalic.ous' reports. ston, has been visiting relatives the largest sack jou ever saw for.. much good. Dinner will be served to see "hog eye" they can call at We have the best, cheapest, and 5 cents. at Court House. G. II. Patten's. Crab Orchard, here. most stylish iine of shoes in town. Wanted. v here they will find him as jolly Every pair guaranteed to give satThe Signal's two colored subA pair of suspenders for the as ever and still barefooted on the Gkt TuoRiiouonuKD Poultry. scribers are John Mullius, an isfaction. Call and see them. Choice stock and eggs from breeches of promises. top of his head. miner, of Grays, Knox county, Houk & Son. A barber to shave the. face of the thoroughbred Brown Leghorns aud F. FRANCISCO, Propr. and John W. Taylor, of Mt. Ver- earth. Games. Eggs 15 for 75 cents. Joshua Boreiug, Jr., the accomD. N. Williams have Located at the DepotS ir. non, who is an all round mechanic, M..C.& for the cradle of A musquito-ba- r Also Toulouse Goose eggs 12 for post uiastei has modating assistant just received a full line of optical and' will teach the Oak paper hanger, pump repairer, paint- the deep. $1.00. Write J. T. Hacki.kv, Jr., resigned Ky engineer, stwyer, A dentist to work oh the jaws of goods including all grades of specDanville, Ky: Hill school;' He is succeeded by er, carpenter, fireman, furniture maker, cabinet death. Good Livery Attaehcd tacles, frames and glasses. Call Mr. J. L. Ramsey. workman, handsaw repairer, well Meet all Trains, Day and Night. stock. Sea horses to feed from the trough and examine-thTJ10 M ; t ilione x" James McHargue, a highly digger, plumber and Traveling Men and Railroad of the seai Station is now located in Wil- citizen of Pine Hill neigh- lifter. He doesn't like "chickens For Sai.b. I offer for sale inv A few seeds fj the flower of men Solicited. Will fur and lot. Hjuse of 7 rooms borhood, died of paralysis. He any more; parties got to pressing house Hams drug store. Open from?' ' speech. all trains. r.:..j ..' and summer kitchen: two of the lunches for was everyuuu.vo iwuu. Ti,n jiiim once and. he atc Uvo at one A pen that G30 a.m. to 0 p.m. vvith inky sympathy of our people go out to(inea, lQ kcep them ""f torn being best cellars in the country, besides darkuess, see S. W. Davis in the bereaved family ' aud relatives , fouU( other out;, buildings. Pi ice cut1 Drop in and This gorge nmd(J lm sick Come, see our bargains. COST hue waist of A pair oi for saddles, bar was an honcft nud i,e has uoi liked chicken dawn thatyou can't build it for it. the Brick Hotel James fMcHargue siasfi time. for CASH. Davis &Sou. ness, &c. jnan; cptild more be baid. J. P. Lkciilbitrr. COURT CALENDAR. County Court. Fourth Mou kw.Moy 19, . Pot-oSH- r "-.-- . w '"'; er One-hal- f - . v 1 I T.i T 'S .p 111. 1U va n . 11! 4 1 m f Attor t-L- w, - 1 $Je first-clas- M - Brod--hea- musHP-andipoetr- crcM VeTuoH 'Fss3yi , jHISt iMHK?r. 4HHBluor Attorney- . rJt HBHHH'"!r''"Uc:itton.'' x 1. s Rock-castl- w ?" s ' cess-pool- N. Davis y 4 Vernon, H. B. SPRATT, PRACTICAL jr?11-fVHT- PAINTER, Paper Hanger j Painter,' . ex-pt- rt " Hotel Frith Brodliead, - " 1 n 1 I . . J 4 ' 'Keep to m Your Place wilt Keep You, ' ' en-Jo- " Your Place !!!!! i and SITUATION IN" CUBA GRAVE. Without good health we cannot keep situations or y life. Most troubles originate in impure blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes the blood rich and healthy, and The I'lan of Distribution of the 83,000,000 Among All Cuban Troops Cause Much Disappointment. 10. Gen. Maximo Mny. informed Gov. Gen. llrooko Monday that ho must withdraw from the plan for distributing the $3,000,000 appropriated to the payment of tho Cuban troops to tho extent that he will not name other commissioners to replace those originally named by him, Gen. who have refused to bcrvc. Brooke is to go ahead witli a new plan, Gome, remaining in an attitude of friendly Inactivity. Gen. Brooke will issue an order for Cuban privates and officers to meet at specified places ou specified dates to receive payment. They are to bo accompanied by their company officers for the purpose of iden Both Gen. Gomez and the tification. governor general feel that tho privates ought not to lose their share in the American gratuity merely because the schemes of certain high officers in the Cubau army have interposed obstacles. Tho belief among the Americans is that the company officers will assist in this way. Gen. Brooke's order will be disseminated through the newspapers, placarded in the post offices and given the widest circulation practicable. Washington, May 10. High officials in the war department were reluctant to discuss the Cuban situation Monday afternoon. Tho Press dispatch was read with interest, but it did not cause much surprise among army officers who are well informed about the those who are Cubans, especially known as "soldiers of fortune," and who have been bitterly disappointed because tho island was not turned over to them immediately after tho Spanisli surrender. There is an impression also that the intention of Gen. Brooke to see that the 83,000,000 are distributed among all the Cuban troops has causccl disappointment among the many "generals" and other high officers, who were evidently expecting to secure a large share of tho money. The belief was expressed that the situation in Cuba is serious and that careful an'd diplomatic management will be needed. It was stated that no orders would be issued to Gen. Brooke, as ho had le authority to deal with any sit- ich might ariseThere lief that Gen. Gomez the delay In the Havana, Gomez irresistible will behind his bland fate, and he looks like a man who would infuse into Irench politics as much vigor and lew life bb Hostetter's Stomach Bitters will Into the system of anyone who ases .it. It is an absolute cure for the worst of all stomach disorders. run-dow- President Lol)et, the nw fiance, is, if anything, calm, bourgeon "and utterly devoid But there is Frnncv'a Nevr President. Foot-Cn- ie Trnde-Mnr- k sane, a rl3e of seme oJ president l a strong and help you Up-"W- ' ' keep your place, " will iiTTA M. I1AOKR, AtllOl, M.1SS, ns tired out, had nt Sullt nppctltc until I took Hood's Sarsaparilla It hunt inorlplit up and I can cat heartily.'' tflcod'd Saft6atMlff "mSk&sSSs Hood's 1'llls cure llvpr lllo ; the only cathartic to take with Hood's and Sunaparllla. my heart-el- t named persons For the assistance rendered me in the death jfniy husband: Ofiiccis Brown, Loftus and U Dounell, who helped get the carriageain line at the funcial; John Gorman, who ivatehed the Adolph Simmon, of .orrny, who was especially no?umnoii ticeable while singing "All Coons Look Mike to Me" at the wake, and to Nick cntz, for serving lunch to the mourners luring their bereavement. Those men shall lever be foigotten for their kindness. Airs. j.iran Ann wells, nee Murphy. Penny Press. . Cnnl or Thanks, To.u1,CiE(litor.rIy'i,s.h '? "press thanks to the following A W- Justice Laughlin, in Suprcf Stion. fnln. has ordered a pcrmani! "sales. with costs, and a full accoui hnufac- 'to issue against Paul B. IIudsB of ,7Dr. Clark's Foot Pol and hirer ol.n au.iinM a retail dealer of IiTWklvn. re straining them from making or'sclling Dr. Clark's Toot Powder, which is declared, in the decision of the Court, an imitation and infringement of "Foot Ease," the powder for tired, aching feet to shake in your shoes, now sq laigely advertised and sold all over the country. Allen S. Olmsted, of Le Roy. "Foot N. Y., is the owner of the trade-marKase," and he is the first individual who ever advertised a foot powder extensivaly. He will send a sample Free to any one who writes liim for it. The decision in this case s upholds' his trade-marand renders all "liable who fraudulently attempt to adverprofit by the extensive "Foot-Eas- c" tising, in placing upon the markcta spurious labeled and similar appearing preparation, and put up in envelopes and boxes like Foot Kase. Similar suits will he brought npainst dthers who are nw infringing on and common the Foot Ifiise trade-marlaw rights. m k k par-tip, iL fi TWUsJi lxVw. 1 sdsHCssBs Hi iL f f .T M tlflslK ssVrVC)nlsHsKAsflR3sisfl ssHHI t'jOsltflKVssBVsff SIX TIIOUSAM) MILES HOAI). OF HAIL. 16 ft. lift h- :r' It mny be Interesting to note the fol lowing btalcmcnt of mileage of the New York Central, laised and operated lines which shows the totnl miles of tracl cast of UulTaloabG,lli.81. It is, of course, generally known thai some of the Western lines have a greater mileage, but their tracks run through a number of sparsely settled States while the trackage of the New York Central and leased lines is all in the densely populated Slates of New York and 1'ennsylvania, accommodating, by its numerous trains, millions of pas Ecngcrs each year. Here is the mileage of the New York Lcntral leased and operated lines: New York Central and branches.... S19.4! New York & Harlem 135.90 Spiiytcn Duyvil & Tort Morris 6 04 Mew vorK & rutnam 61.21 Tioy & rireenbusli "6.0C 181.5( Mohawk & fllalone and branches Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg 621.3! and branches 46.1C Carthage & Adirondack 13.0! Gouverneur & Oswekatclile 4 85 New Jersey Junction 405.2C West Shore and branches 157.3S Beech Creek and branches 32.SS Walklll Valley Syracuse. Geneva & Corning and 6I.S2 branches 100.70 Fall Brook and branches 71.S0 Pine Creek 1.23 Tivoll Hollow 60.40 Bt. Lawrence & Adirondack 11.00 Terminal Railway of Buffalo ...2,832.86 Total 4,453.83 Miles of track 1,660.9$ Miles of siding Total number of miles of track and 6,114.81 siding Builalo Express, April G, 1899. Hrlpcil by n Tip. What "KaUomlncn" Arc. "I don't sec how it happens that you get "Kalsomines" are cheap temporary prepso often, arations manufactuied from chalks, clays, the start of your business rivalsundertaker. whiting, etc., and are stuck on the walls said the man to the prosperous you must have nearly double the with decajin animal glue. They bear no "Why, comparison with Alabastine, which is a ce- trade of any of the others." "Guess 1 do," said the man of caskets, ment tlut goes through a process of setting, and haideus with age. Consumers, in frankly, "guess I do. Of course, mum is buying Alabastine, should sec that the goods the word, but the fact is, Dr. Cutter always he's going ate in packages and properly labeled. Noth- gives me the tip when invariably to digor the first ing else is "just as good as Alabastine. The appendicitis and I'm claims of new imitations are absurd on man to apply for the job!" Cleveland Plain their face. They caunot offer the test of Dealer. time for durability. State of Onio, Citt of Tolkdo, ., Lucas Coustv, , Then She. Felt Ilcllcvcd. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the "I felt sure the hero was going to be ecnior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney killed," t.hc said, in describing the serial & Co., doing husincss in the city of Toledo. story to her best friend, "until I happened, County and State aforesaid, and that naid to think that the atiUior was paid so much film will pay the sum of One Hundred Dola word, mid probably would not want to lars for each and every case of catarrh that '' ipoil a good thing." Chicago Post. rannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh FRANK J. CHENKY. Cure. Do Vonr Vent Ache nnil IlnrnT Suorn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 0th day of December, A. D. Shako Into your shoes, Allen's l&Hi. A. W. GLEASON, a nowdcr lor tno leet. li maKOsucnioriNcw Seal Notary Public. Cures Corns, Bunions','. Hlioes feel Kasy, , Ca Hall's Catarrh Cure i'b taken internally and nets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the svstcm. Send for testimonials, JUIItflU P.IIU It. MVl Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y, fiec. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. I I Foot-Ease," A -.. 5 rftfHfCiivB isB7ttIi-- B llv ' issssssssssssssssF The courtship period for ti2fc;.Yv. Sj t ,. I frxv & i I Ayer's Sarsaparilla passed long since, when it won the confidence and esteem of thoughtful men and women 50 years ago. ' You need have no doubts, if, when you go to buy Sarsaparilla, ydu simply say the s r -- Take everything with a grain of modi eration. A little fertilizer makes the crass grow better, but put it on a foot thick and it kills all vegetation. L. A. V. Bulletin. - Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Lcnsion Tho bride was given away by :v 'icr father. . Parks "I cave the eock fits to my wifo Piatt And it was the newspapers, I bethis morning. Lano "Anything happen?" lieve, that gave the count away. PhiladelParkt "I don't know yet, but I'm afraid phia North American. she hsard what I said." Town Topics. The filvlllK o' It. old name takes a thief to ratch a thief," and an honest man finds more good men in the world than a rascal would ever guesa were ., r there.-- L. A. V. Bulletin. "It Interentetl In Texnnf THE MARKETS. CINCINNATI May Id MVE STCCiC-Cattle.comI'll tnj . tu "i VJ Select Shippers 4 Oi ai4'.7S b'alr to no. a huht.. CM &)V.i5 jiUct; t;onre una heavy 3 10njuf3!W MIt rl nmbfirL 3 70663 81 RIIKEP-CboLAMHS-i-Sprlns- If so jou will do well to send to I). ), Price, Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt. International &. Great Northern Railway, Palestine, Texas, for a cony of "Illustrator and General Narrator, . very attractive publication, filled with reliable information in regard to the Empire State of the Southwest. to cover postngo will secure It ViYFS WINCHESTER J f The service of the Nickel Plate Road to New York City and Iloston is a demonstrated success. The demands of the traveling public are met by providing, three pcanLfss last express trains in each direction Ihesc trains aie composed ol mo class day coaches, elegant vest 1HK (Hid neiwccii boston, and unexcelled di Lei- through trains between a of Santa Clara, York have uniformed j charge of day coafhesr Monday nlaecd at the rlianosal of liTBBBSBBBBBHBBfHBHHSBr crelock of Cuban dooU want to travel comfortaV u and cafclv, ttejthat yourst! the Nickel - Helpem. Coroner Was conscious the victim when you reached him? Pat Yis. sir, he worr. But bechune us I don't bclave he knew ut. Philadelphia North American. shippers tce r nitnnt uiijin 3 wnpiiNn '' rtn ,., No. FLOUR Winter ,. ..- - 3 3 M 3 503o;410 7S 6 3 SSieiL 3 fS 6i4a - 00(l7 6a Cft That is the kind that cured your fathers and their fathers before them, and it is the kind that will cure you. Other Sarsaparillas may look like it, may even they-"haven't red .... Corr No. 2 mixed.......... Oats No. 2.,,. , Ilve-N- o. 2. .j.. ,i HAY-Prlmt6 choice PltOVlSIONS-Me- St pork.... , !PKWt-rll-aauT- 71 11 CO '" 44.1150, 2JI (i! Tb ft 70 36 KM The Dent Prenerlpllrin for Chill. and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tastklfss C'niLL Tonic. It Is simply iron and quinine tn a tasteless form, Nocure no pay. Prlcc.SOc AliTnj There is no rest for money. Spendthrifts keep il going. Misers keep counting it. N. O. Picayune. 9 60,, Nimble. l'latES.' . IT1 r 'T4PrJmfl tn flhrt Pffnm.p. ',. . ".. 4 B0 4,H 5 ? jj APWiES.-Cholct.to?Ancy.- Lots of men think it the dictates of their own like as not it is on a fool'? ington (la.) Democrat. a man feel rtro lo be on time once, when ho h natu .ley woreWlolent, Nothinc makes usinr f The ut returned soon ers and made a simi- Drofanct-lantruacre- s revolver. rOTATOESPer " FLOUrt OATS- - Chicago! 3 60 72 tu . St 5 00V 3 60, 71 9.f20 taste like it,, but somehow or other the' knack of curing people that Ayer s has. Just try one bottle of Ayer s today. Winter patent (a J iV T Car n Told In One ttmy iTake Laxativo Bromo Quiulno Tablets. All druggists refund money if it fails to euro. 25c ., . ttmm . the habit of being late. ucmocrat. Washington V"W In 1 imTI I ting Capt. Barker threats. and" offering s " ronic- - Mess.... LARD- - btcam --- corn-n- o. :..., NEW YORK. i., 5 a4 :v g3o etgttA It's a fowl trick carted. for nature to make a man chicken, L. A. W. Bulletin. duck-legge- d Tho Cuban police were ordered to ar- Size is no criterion of ttrength. A small onion may be stronger than a big squash. L. A. W. Bulletin. rest the malcontents and a general street fight following, in which one la- RY- Eborer was killed and several persons POHIC-NLARD wounded, including three of the police OATS-MI- if winter patent WHEAT-N- o. 2 red .'.. COHN No. 2 mixed xcd i"L,ui .... 3 ew force. Western BALTIMORE. llr Mess 8 How to Get Itich. "Some men," said Uncle Kben. "wouldn' hab no trouble 'tall 'bout gettin rich ef dcy held on as tight to Oijift 5 OJ' do money dcy earns a dey docs to de money dey borrows." Washington Star. 75 a 400 Do'n't forget that you ran dye all kinds 8Itf 5& 40 H of fibers, cotton, wool or silk at the isms time, in the same vessel v. ith Putnam Fade6 33tf! less Dyes. 25 W uu 3t V ..1 SUCCESSFUL SHOOTERS SHOOT Rifles, Repeating1 Shotguns, Ammunition And Loaded Shotgun Shells. Winchester guns and ammunition are the standard of the world, hut they do not cost any more than poorer makes. All reliable dealers sell Winchester goods, O 530 FLOUR-Fntn- 500,000 FAMILIES RELY ON A. ijjUK jj v the Cuban populace became very insulting and threatened revenge, an outbreak was expected and the 2d United States infantry regiment was ordered into tho city. The troops woio patroling tho town Monday evening. Tho Cubans are well armed and about an hour ago firing was heard near tho custom house, although this was prohably only harmless mischief, as the 2d infantry patrol, on investigating the locality, found no ono who As UUAIN Wheat Nj. Corn Oais--N- 2 red 3 35 72 2 white Rvr No. 2 western CATTLE First quality HOGS Western INDIANAPOLIS. GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red Corn No 2 m Ixcd Oats No 2 mixed LOU1SVILLS. FLOUR Winterp.i'ent 2reu 3RAIN--Vhtat--No. Oits--Mlxc- Mixed 37J4 50 3 00 4 C8'ft ffll 3 60 73 73" 'a ' A hole in one's pocket isn't desirable, but how about the rent in that of one's landlord? L. A. W. Bulletin. have found Piso's Cure for Consumption unfailing medicine. V. R. Lotz, 1305 Scott St., Covington, Ky., Oct. 1, 1891. Sometimes you hear of a perfect man. He is the fellow your wife could have married. Town Topics. 'J w T4 33fc 37'i 31 68 4 80 4 10 I tn 0. 3 75 7IK 3J a CornMixed ss Beauty marred by a bad complexion may be restored by Glenn's Sulphur Soap. 4 oo '73,.. Hill's Hair and Whisker Oye, 50 cents. 30 S4 &m POKK-Mc- V LARD-Stea- m M5 7 a good foot rule. "Never wear shoes too small for rou," Chicago Daily News. is - FREE : Send name and address on a postal for 136 page Illustrated Catalogue describing all the guns and ammunition made by tho . WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.; 180 WINCHESTER AVE,, NEW HAVEN, CONN. could be made responsible. GENERAL ANTI-TRU- ST LAW. Got. Snyrrs Will Address Letters to the Governors of All tho States Asking for n Mectlnc to Consider the Matter. Mr. W. H. B. Williams, Columbus, O. W. II. B. Williams, publisher of Tho Farmers' Industrial Union, in a recent letterto Dr.IIartmansays: "I have used as a family medicine for several years. I find it of especial use ior myself. I have had several tedious spells with systematic catarrh and before using I hud tiled several Fnmous Old Flagship Hartford. other remedies with little or no success. Wasiiinoton, May 10. Adm. Farid-gttt'- s I found a prompt and But In famous old flagship Hartford, sure cure. I always keep the remedy which for many years has been on the which promptly relieves any attack of Pacific coast, is coming cast. She has the same malady. "My wife also uses She finds been selected as a training ship for It of especial use for severe spells, to landsmen and will be placed under which she Is subject. We always keep command of Capt. Hawlcy, at present it in the hoube ns a family medicine. attached to tho navigation bureau of We think It an excellent remedy for the navy department. The landsmen the various, ills to which children are to bo trained on the Hartford will bo subject, especially climatic releases. recruited almost entirely in the cenAddress Dr. Hartman, Colum'ous, Ohio, tral west and lake states. Tho vessel for n free book on family medicine. hus been 'ompletcly modernized. TtIB Itnllnar President Shot mid Killed. anti-trust Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Pe-ru-a. Houston, Tex., May 16. Gov. Say-egave out tho information Monday that as soon as the legislature adjourns he will address a letter to the governors of all tho states asking a meeting at some suitablo time and place with their attorney generals for tho purposo of considering and agreelaw to ing upon an effective be presented to tho different legislatures. In tho meantime ho will insist upon tho legislature enacting Mich a law at tho present session. rs 'OMEN arc assailed nt every turn by troubles peculiar to their sex. Every mysterious ache or pain is a symptom. These distressing sensations will keep on coming unless properly treated. Tho history of neglect is. written in the worn faces and wasted figures of of our women, every one of whom may receive the invaluable advice of Mrs. Pinkham, without charge, by writing to her at Lynn, Mass. Miss Lula Evans, of Parkersburg, Iowa, writes of her recovery as follows : "Dear Mrs. Pinkham I had been a constant sufferer for nearly three years. Had inflammation of the womb, leucorrhcea, heart trouble, bearing-dow- n pains, backache, headache, ached all over, , and at times could hardly stand on my feet. My heart trouble was so bad that some nights I was compelled to sit up in bed or get up and walk the floor, for it seemed as though I should nine-tent- !0D0&0D3ar9ai9S99959?ii9i!&iS!9D30D.33!iV 1 S v $ CAoit IF wcoi, nuniic io dcoi," KEPT CLEAN WITH .. I wit J,, WOMEN WHO NEED MRS. PBNKHAM'S AID OLIO msEm I lyyiMjifi Hi By ' !? " , jsr '".aBi'TT.; DR. MOFFETT'S Aids S.?3' Digestion,-Regulates ETUI TEETHING POWDERS SAY the Bowels,-Make- s Teethleg Easy, TEETHIM Relieves Bowel Troubles of Children of Any Age, Ji isn. Wa. - . t ir h; K .n.A'yk ''; Z't,'i sv:- BV- -.l Co it a Onlr EB Centi. Ask Your Druvirlat for it. 1000s of UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS alsBsKQllJiKElsEiHjBV m II IkJii LIVE ST06K' f " smother. More than once I have JO LEAGUEBlM. Spalding uiTiwmb ViLMA.vsviLi,E, Mo., May 10. II. N. League Ball ACCEPT If a dealer does not c.irrv Sn.iMltif'n athletic goods In stock, send .your name and address to us (and Ills, too) for a copy of our handsomely Illustrated catalogue. A. Q. SPALDING & BROS. Now York Denver Chicago Kacfc hsil warranted. NO SUBSTITUTES Is the only official ball of tlin National League and must be used In all games. Halladay, president of tho Williams-vlllc- , Greenville & St. LoiiIr railway, was shot and killed here Monday by Montoe Johnson, a prominent lumberman. Lieut. Col. Tlios. 31. K. Washington, Thomas M. K. has been retired colonel. This retirement IS. Savage, 8th infantry, to Smith ltetlred. May 10, Lieut. Col. Smith, 10th infantry, after 30 years service promote Maj. Egbert bo lieuteji-an- t ivSSxl jfW) a,fWL. UUr ;X?W3 roy r X Wb3 been obliged to have the doctor visit me in the .middle of the night. I was also very nervous' and fretful. I was ut terly discouraged. i One day I thought I l would write and see if you couldjw any ozr&..rijyyfo.tr-'v:)i- fa "FVi s thing: for me, &alowed r l. - i "1 ffMfLl r your advice anJf KjI feel' like a new vfr' jg&k All p those dreadful troubl . yv6,no 'y "Vya more, ana i nave frz E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Sanative cure tor leucorrhcea. I am very thankful and medicine." Pcrmanentlf cures all Itching, llurnlnir, Healer,a. Scalp and bkln Dlseasos, such us Halt llbcum. Scald Heart. Chilblains. IMlcs, Hums, llabr Humors, DanrtrulT, Itching Scalp, Palling Hair (thickening and making It Boft, Hiuy, and Luxuriant). All Faro Kruptlons (produclnc a Hoft, Clear, Beautiful Hkln nnd Complellon). It contains no Iad.Bulplnir. Cuntharltlos or anything Injurious, An pair, urmat ipllnr. I.adT cnnvaRsiirs makufil lo ! u day, DruKt'Kts or mall r.Oc. Caplllarls MnntifarturlnK Co.. N, Y. .Addrnts T. IIII.l. UA.SFIKI.Ui Act., UI.KN It I DUE, S. J. We will furnish duplicates or LIVE STOCH CUTS or any otber Cut shovjn In anjrSpeo'4, Imen Book, at or below quoted prices lor sama. A. N. KELLOOa NEWSPAPER CO".,' 3315 "VV. v'l Js;i XHttU St., Cliiclmtatl, o.' , "' -- Tfl tfe?Ai afcwt. I BOOKLET TVIAICEJ IPRBB nEAI)Etl8 OP THIS PAPER DE3IIIINO TO BUY ANYTHING ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UI'ON UAVlNQ WUAT TUEY ASK FOR, 11KFUS1NQ ALL SUBSTITUTES OR IMITATIONS, 1$ A1t3i wP&rT HOW TO INKPICTURES you rreebjmalllf writ with Carter's Ink to CARTER'S INK CO., BOSTON, MASS. Whiskers dyed A Natural Blaok by aDem'Pi A. N. K- .Co .- 11 HT. tS,V7 .tse J j. 1761 . f L i.L ly-s-- Buckingham's Dye. I'rlc tb ceoU ot Ni4bu,H,B. H drngglsts or E. Y, IUU WHEN WltlTIXO TO AHVEBTI9HB1 please sluto. that Ton nw Uk-' UUlTCrtUM tout la this paper ; ss. ... V.. iH. .7 If r'J 34 m S'Mk'i f V 7tt 44 S r