You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1899 mou1899062301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - . illiitff VOLUME XIII. A fa ill COUW, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1899. REMOVAL I'alace For-- , MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE. CAR NUMBER 40. HELD UP BY A MOB. vr SADQUARTERS la aa, v 1 II v.k INTERESTING STATE NEWS. I A Another Serious Mot at Cleveland The Momen Assisted the Striker Dispersed by tho I'oll ce. Wlrooke Will Occupy tho Befly Used by Uen. lllanco THE LINCOLN COUNTY rrrparliiff a New LltU Cubans a9i94a34M493aa9a94343-:33asa.9a-a3d2SS;'?- ' BRADLEY MEANS BUSINESS. Tho CloTernor I. Determined to Restore reace In Clay County Ilecurd-le- u of Coit. MRS. TOM BAKER. She Will Take Her Children and Settle In the Indian Territory A feaccfal Outlook In Clay County. Lancaster, Ky., June 10. A violent hailstorm swept over Buckeye, this county, near tho Kentucky river. Hun""HsU .o f dreds of dollars' worth of damage was there, but it Isiiftllcvei rsarn Mi . j.'-t- c done to wheat, hemp, corn and tobacco. i M!myii" proper droJginij and an or-u- "h isir" Tho mercury has fallen SO degrees J dl aryifSp tint Of attention tho har- l 1 v U" " to a lawless county and investigate since then. I ,m ado clear, thusHolng etxKum . Q LifmiM. ind find tho indictments. '2 razmmy p'osslblutya.ofJnfecUon.,1 A MacolDn Unlnstructed -, . wssj &? The governor Friday night dcclarod jm Ssnr v ., V , t rrv rsfyw v SALYCisvtij.r.,aKyJwnotao.T)oloM S77t777f , JM W I 7V.fMTtTT..io4jofalsothDspcclal- dispatch s6nti atcv"aroinrtructcdTfciragerFantrt! wiirjHm,mtma&m . wm&mw'ikx ., dwiwul. sut from Lexington Thursday that ho Hill; no other' Instructions. Resolucomes from the main current, although wmmrims&w ivas equipping soldiers in Eastern Ken- tions wcro adopted indorsing the Chi there is probably some from the shoals. tucky to go to Harlan county. The cago platform and favoring Uryan for condition thcro is much better than it president. GANG OF MASKED ROBBERS. or -- Fiuskfoht, Ky., June 18. Gov. Bradley has not the power to declare martial law In tho county of Clay, where a reign of terror exists as the re- . suit of the assassination of Tom Baker last Saturday, but he intends to restore order there, regardless of cost. The governor received a letter Friday afternoon from Circuit Judgo Evcr- oio ucnying uiai no nau, as re ported, adjourned court at Manchester because of tho fear of personal violence. Tho judge says that court was idjourncd because ho realized that ustico could not bo meted out with in such chaotic condition. He lays that ho Will hold a special session in Clay within tho next few weeks. The troops will probably be sent back then. If order can not bo restored and those under indictment tried, a special session of tho legislature would bo the July remedy. Under tht. present Kentucky law tho governor can not even appoint a special judgo until tho regular judgo has refused to sit and tho circuit clerk notifies him that tho of tho bar have fai'cd to elect. In Clay county tho circuit clerk is a member of tho White faction, and, if Judgo Cvcrsolo should dcclino to sit, ho ivould practically have tho selection of his Successor. If an extra session tvero held the county of Clay would iithcr bo abolished and divldc'd up imong-ajoining counties, o.-- tho gov-trnwould bo given power to appoint ipecial judges at will and special Jrand juries from other counties to go mem-4tj(f.be- rs Louisville, Ky., June 20. R. B, Lucas, of Manchester, who is hero as a delegate to the democratic convention, says tho Baker-Howar- d feud is at an end. Ho says that Mrs. Tom Bakei has decided to go to her father, who is a prominent farmer in Indian territory. She will take her children with her. Dr. Lucas dcclards that the men who havo been corralcll and armed in the mountains havoV laid down their weapons and rctutned to their homes and to their world A better and more securq feeling prevails throughout the section. Everybody now appears to be satisfied to let the law take its coprsc, and tho "members of tho factions aro disposed to have peace. Leading citizens, who havo taken no part In the feud, aro now endeavoring to get tho Whites, Howards, Bakers, Philpots and others involved in tho fighting to agree that they will do all in their power to prevent, further bloodshed. These men aro said to take kindly to this Idea and when each faction is assured that no one of its sido will receive harm at tho hands of tho enemy, it is thought peace will be permanently restored. Violent Hailstorm. Cleveland, O., June 20. Up to 4 o'clock Monday afternoon this promised to bo tho most un ventful day in tho big street railway strike. At that hour another serious riot broke out in an entirely new quarter and ono nonunion man was sent to the hospital in consequence. Tho company began Monday the operation of two new llnesthoso on The Scovillo and Central avenues. cars were protected by policemen, and until afternoon no trouble occurred. Just before 4 o'clock two of the Scovillo cars approached tho crossing ol tho Pennsylvania railroad. Thcro they were met by a mob of more than 2,000 men and women. Ono of the ean. was taken across tho railroad snfclj but tho other was held up by the mob. A Dcrfcct'showcr of paving bricks and stones fell about the car and crashed against the vestibule at the front end, behind which tho motorman was concealed. Women throw bricks and handed them to tho men who were In tho front of the crowd. Tho windows of the car had been lowered and the bricks crashed against the scats and fell upon the floor of the car. Tho conductor escaped itfjury, but the motorman, A. J. McGrcw, ol St. Louis, was struck on tho head with a brick unconscious. He Tho patrolwas taken to a hospital. man on tho car was also hit with a brick, but was not seriously hurt. A call was mado for tho police, but when a detachment of officers arrived tho mob had dispersed and no arrests were made. and-rendc- rd Juno 20. Gen. Brooke's quarters is already on the movo i;El Vcd.-d-o to tho palace, formerly pled by Marshal Blanco, In Havana cc. The removal will bo com- d, it is expected, "before iclose of the first week in It means a loss to El Vedado nnny who now r side there, as Ijjwill move also to be near head- tors, uty residents aro gratified c of the inconvenient train scrv- 'between Havana and El Vedado, lTflln liAnniic nf flilcnncnn tVirt (ejer is apt to bo caught by tho grains. Maximo Gomez has instructed NATIONAL AUK,. OFSTANFQBD. Ells Capital $100,000. Successors to Farmers BanK and Trust 60., STANFORD, KY., And continuously under same management for 29 years. Solicits your Bank account hoping such bussiness relations will prove materially profitable and pleasant. GtklRafdcl f.tTtn nnpn i-- Rodriguez, nn nftlp The work was begun M(tti 3y Gen. Rodrluuez mailed per- sdK .potfees and published in all taBYS apcrs of tho island in sm.-.v- ; vito divisions, corps, and company coin- to send, .as soon as pdssiblc, coBBic tc data the nnmps nf all the raodpjf their commands with the dates of.tMSr enlistment and the periods of seUJT The preparation of the lists lleiTpuslicd forward with all speed, t c. of condition of the Htirtlially mobilized miles from oi-al m Has, and to begin e new lists. his chief of nf Ottlnfji Hn Ins - the preparation! DIEEOTOES. J. J. Williams. S, H. Shanks. J. E .Lynn. J. S. Owsley, Sr. William Gooch. J. B. Owsley. tWrl A. W. Carpenter. J. F. Cash. W, H. Cummins, V.. w u. , J V. w. W3F - Is in Clay county. . After Illm. MiDDLKSiiono, Ky., Juno 10. At Rock House, Letcher county, John Mooro nnd Chris Craft engaged in a quarrel iu the presenco of William Maggard. Maggard took sides with Moore, when Craft pulled a pistol and shot Maggard to death. Craft escaped, but was fol lowed by a furious mob, and If caught will probably bo lynched, as excitement is high. The Fighting Monntnlnoors. MiDDLKnono, Ky., Juno IS. In another collision between several of tho Leo and Taylor factions on Prickctt's creek, Harlem county, a man named A party composed Speeder was shot. of Harlem county citizens arc on their way to the scene of strife, and will beg tho fighting mountaineers to return to work. A Mob The Survey Commenced. Ky., Juno 10. Citizens of this county aro enthusiastic over tho fact that a corps of engineers began at llurgin Wednesday and will make a general survey of the proposed Southern railroad extension from Bur-gi-n to Middlesboro, touching this point. Hie Shot a linrglar. Louisville, Ky., Judo 18. Burglars Friday morning tried to enter tho residence of Mrs. Griflith, on Bank street. She opened fire on them wilh a revolver and wounded ouo, who was carried off by h's pals, leaving a trail of blood. LAj.CASTF.it, ropullita May Nominate IJlalr. Louisville, Ky., June 17. Local populists say their party will nomlnato a full state ticket at tholr convention, which will bo held in FranWort on July 37, Candidates for railroad commissioner will also bo named. John G. Blair, of Nicholas county, is tipped for gubernatorial candidate. Her Story Doubted. Columbia, Ky., Juno 18. A mysterious killing occurred about ten miles from here in Adair county. Walker Smith, 18 years old, was shot in tho head and instantly killed. A woman who claims to havo been present says tho boy killed himself, but there aro those who bolievo somo ono clso did it. Tobacco House Burned. 17. Thomas Hodge's tobacco house at Nobo, Hopkins county, burned at noon. Loss, Henderson, Ky., Juno insurance, 645,000; 835,000. Lexington, Ky., June 17. Representatives of local national banks, at a meeting Thursday, decided to resist on their atock for citij taxes. Will Resist Asseismen. Kentucky Huptlsts. Mi. Sterling, Ky., Juno 10. Tho COL. D. B. HENDERSON. annual meeting of the General Association of Kentucky Baptists began hero (Prospective Speaker of the House of Representatives.) Thursday. Tho Baptist churches aro entitled to a representation of 2,100 THE CONGRESSIONAL MEDALS delegates. Every Man Attached to Dc wey'a rioet Dur. Old Settler .Moot. Iiir tho Itattle of Manila Will ReCarlisle, Ky.. Juno 10. Tho old set ceive Ono Recardless ot Rank. tlers of this county held, an assembly hero Thursday. A good crowd was in Washington, Juno 20. It is stated attendance, and about 50 names arc en- at tho navy department that every rolled, whoso aggregate ages amount man attached to tho Olympia, Boston, to 3,501. The oldest Is James Jacobs, Baltimore, Concord, Raleigh, Petrel of this city, aged 03. and McCtilloch during the battle In Manila harbor, regardless of rank or At 111 Let tho Lair Take Its Course. will receive a medal Middlesboro, Ky., Juno 20. Tho au- station, of honor. Tho McCulloch, which thorities at Harlan Courthouse havo was rovenuo a cutter at received word from tho leaders of each tho outbreak of tho Jwar, was transfaction in the feud stating the naval scrvlco that they aro willing to let tho law ferred toDewey's fleet. Sheand added Adra. rendered its course. Most of tho feudists to take efficient support In tho brilliant havo gono back to work. engagement which culminated in New Telephone Company Incorporated. tho annihilation of tho Spanish Franki'ort, Ky., Juno 19. Incor- licet, and also carried tho first poration articles havo been filed in tho official news of Adm. Dewey's vicoffice of tho secretary of state here by tory to Hong Kong. In view of tho Owlngsvillc Telephone Co., of these facts it was deemed proper that Bath county. Tho capital stock of tho the officers and men of tho McCulloch company Is fixed at 52,500. Tho tele- should sharo equally with the others In the distribution of tho congressional phones arc to be for local uso only. medals, notwithstanding the fact that Suicide lii a Hammock. tho McCulloch has since resumed her Carlisle, Ky., Juno 20. Dot Flee-bac- regular duties in tho revenue cutter aged 20, of Morning Glory, pulled service under the treasury department. a revolver from his pocket Cannibalism In Alaskn. and blew out his brains. Ho was in a hammock when ho committed tho act. San Francisco, Juno 20. A story of starvation and cannibalism comes Sixteen Yearlings to Ho Sold. Lexington, Ky., Juno 20. Sixteen from Circle City, Alaskn. Mich.el Daly, yearlings by Himyar, tho property of Victor Edlar and M. Provost lost their Maj. H. G. Thomne, worn shipped to way on tho trail from Circle City to Now York to bo sold this week. Tho Jlmtown last winter, and their bodies youngsters from August Belmont's havo just been found. Daly's body had Nursery stud will go cast Monday been partly eaten by his companions, whoso remains wcro found fivo miles morning. away. Four hundred dollars wero Hloomflold lllnze. found on the bodies. Bloomfield, Ky., Juno 20. An acciOKI, A Fast Three-Yea- r dental flro broke out in McKco's livery Chicago, Juno 20. W. M. Hayes stable Sunday morning, destroying Tho Sentinel ofilco three-yea- r tho entire block. old colt, Donaldbain, by was among tho business houses de- Strathmcrc-GladncsMonday ran Tho loss will reach about seven furlongs at the Hawthorne track stroyed. $20,000, partly covered by insurance. in 1:25 This is tho fastest timo over made in tho west, and fastest, with Well Known Real Estate Man Head. one exception, ever mado in the United Lexinoton, Ky., Juno 20. Edward States on other than a straightaway n S. DeLong, tho real estate course. man, died at his homo and insurance Death Marred the Mother' Visit. Sunday evening. Ho was about 52 Union Citv, Tcnn., Juao 20. Mrs. ana leaves. a largo lamuy years oiu Speight, of Newbernc, camo on a visit well provided for. to her son Robert, who lives three Divided In Owen. miles from town. While driving home Owenton, Ky., June 20. Owen coun- In a buggy tho horse became frightty instructed for Gayle only. Dele- ened and ran away, throwing both out gates aro supposed to be divided be- and killing Mrs. Speight nnd breaking tween Hardin and Stone, her son's arm. Lee-Tayls, well-know- Wjp. T mm i tvi r 8fe!6 ,.wj.ic': ta xJV VfJvHs r'iit Xj --- Interesting discoveries have rc- mi. me ouservauon? mauo oy ajchargcd with studying tho rcrfts in Havana hator. All irvat'lonsvshow a donattfat ont-flowwlthnlyasrTrlftirrrcnt of KSlHs ircsnwaicr. g wing to mo The extreme wJK&nd of "deposits ;borv, largo Jpsyid other filth have , been. J.J ,... W. S. H. Shanks, President. J. B. Owsley, Cashier. HI. Bright, Asst. Cashier. WILLIS GRIFFIN, i JSTSTJD Mnr i ?. .. Funeral Director. MT. VERNON, KY. - frJl 'I j:im-mr.i,m- iK?P?H0.f"n3i Casltets, Robes, Unon -Bosoms, Guffs ' uils.vi, .V JkiTan'ri f:rllntei. C.nn PupnicVi no Mioiil'n rjiiiiuunnmg uone on onorl and Easy Terms. iNOllco Tlicjr Hold Up tho ltrcelicr and Five Employes of a 1 ractlon Company's Ofilco Orders bu Totegrapti or Telephone Promptlu Attended to Dau or Night. Secured About 84,000 Piiii.adei piiiA, Juno 20. A gang of masked robbers, probable ten in number, early Monday morning raided tho receiving ofilco of the Falrmount Park Transportation Co. at Helmont, in Falrmount Park, nnd after roldlng up tho receiver and five other employes of (fj the railway, blew open tho bafe, securing 54,000, tho company's receipts for two days. Frank Leavan, Wo oarry DruffS, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, receiver, Frank Watson and Henry VornisheB, Patent ModiclnoB, Fancy Soaps, 11. Whltehousc, conductors; James Olgaro, Tobacoos, 5sc. Cavanaugh. fireman, of tho power house; Philip Eaves, electrician, and Proscriptions oarofully oompoundod at all William Cadmus, laborer, weie bound hours. hand and foot with wire. In addition to the men who actually committed Give ua a oall for goods usually kept In a the robbery, others operated miles flrst-olas- a drugstore. nway from the scene by destroying telegraph and telephone wires connecting with the trolley company's main office. Tho Falrmount Park Transportation Co. operates various lines of trolley cars through tho park for plcasuro riders. The traffic being unusually heavy on Saturdays and Sundays, tho robbers evidently decided upon Monday morning as being a good time to make a big haul. The men abovo named were all in the ofilco when the burglars made their appearance. Each Intruder was armed with two revolvers and they took tho employes completely by surprise. It was tho work of a few moments for tho robbers to pinion tho workmen, who J, W. Haydon, W. P. Walton, J. H. Oolllor, M. D. Elmoro, J. S. Hockor, wero rolled over to one sido of tho F. Rold, T. P. Hill, S. H BauRhman, W. A. Tribblo, T. Han-iroom, with their faces to the wall. Ten and M. J. Mlllor. minutes later tho safe had been cracked and the gang disappeared. Wc bollcit tho accounts of tho citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to us. l'ci'honnl application and correspondence, with a view to THE REVOLVER MISSED FIRE. business relations, renpectfully invited. jCT Druggists and Pharmacists. M. G. & D. N. WILLIAMS, Mt. Vernon, Ky. liiip iiflP ill Ill iroH FIRST NATK AL OF STANFORD, KY. Capital StocK, $100,000. Surplus, $17,320, DIRECTORS: a s Prominent Uuslncss Sinn of llurr Onk, Mich., Attempts to Kill Ills Wlf- oAf terward Committed Suicide. Hunn Oak, Mich., Juno 20. -- At the dinner tablo Monday night, John T. Holmes, a prominent business man, drew a revolver, pointed it at his wife and pulled tho trigger. The weapon missid flro and he was speedily disarmed Ho by his then son. left and tho houso dcavorcd tho to jump river. Whoa ho was forcibly prevented from doing this, ho went to tho hack yard where ho commenced to act strangely. Ho denied having taken poison, but in a tew minutes died in convulsions. Domestic troubles aro believed to have mado him temporarily - J. S. Hockcr, Pros., J no. J. Mcltobcrts, Cnshier, A. A. McKinnoy, Ass't Cnshier. GO TO JONAS MeKEHZIE MT. VERNON, KY., For Everything iu en-in- to Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, General Merchandise. - Insane. Dr. Holmes owned considerable' property in Toledo. BEST 00005 AT LIVING PRICES. Vj Mt. Vernon ,&. ifitiiiiM iflil rfii n hinges &c lyjjjjt-yi-rx- s Wanted. A" good coal miner to Summer or longthrough 2 20 (Land, Stock, CrJ)pj work Man withthe family prefered. a er.. Jas I White foi services as comJjx Friday, June 23. 1899. Address J. V Marler, mittee in erecting iron fence Cattle ate dying of tuberculosis 12 50 around court yard Mt. Vernon, Ky. l'ayette county. llifrr btate in Win Poy nter services same as Published every Friday by Board of Health will investigate 12 50 Jas I White 'D. N. Williams have M.C.-AMES AfARET, the matter. J T Cherry mdse furnished just received a full line ot optical J. S. Collins bought of Jake goods including 'all grades of spec9 65 SUBSCRIPTION ONK YKAR $1.00 Wm Denny waiting on pauper Shearer, of Red House 20 cood tacles, frames and glasses. Call 10 00 heifers, July delivery, at $4 15. :f and examine the stock. James Smith Advertising rates made known on Andrew Ham Coffin for James Richmond Register. EVERYBODY LOOK. Smith 3 50 The Stanford Journal notes the application am selling the Singer Sewing I Tregg Brothers mdse furnished sales of 20,900 pound cattle at a 16 68 little less than Nancy Smith lambs at Machine on easy terms- and keep all 4cts, 500 A E Albright mdse John Willin 54 cts, and 8 steers at kinds of sewing mtlcninc needles oil S tatement under Ai tides 2, Sec bands, shuttles, and everything &c 4 T)0 5 cents. 2, Chapter 27, General Statutes Henry Catron lor his services as that belongs to a sewing machine T. W. Stewart has bought 3,000 June 13, 1899. The following is sheriff Will send needles.by mall to any ad 213 23 the indebtedness of Rockcastle Dr Lewis medical services rend- lambs in Mercer county to he de- ress. I also clean and repair, all kinds livered during June and July at ol machines. You can see me here county, Kentucky. ered pauper 10 00 M. J. Miller for services as pauper Andrew Baker services as Supt. prices ranging from 4 to 54c W. M. Owen Tsr Saturday. Harrodsburg Democrat. Mt Vernon Ky committee 20 00 public schools 100 00 J. C Woods mdse. for Manerva Mil- R G Williams six months salary as The Stanford Journal lias acTo Builders. J. W. ' Marler ler 20 00 county Judge 3C0 00 counts of the following sales: 10 calves at $14; 3 sows and 24 pigs & Sons now have their mill otrone Win Ogg, burial expenses for Hat- - P D Colyer services as county of the best sites in the county and vey King 8 84 600 00 for $S5' 15 aged mules, $65 to $90; are fully prepared to cut bills, to jacic ocott viewing road G S Griffin rent, poorhouse 36, 00 a lot of common butcher cattle, 3 to order on very short notice. Lumcts.; some fat heifers at 3 cts., Kiah Allen viewing road 2 00 M C Miller services as county $ ber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon Arch McGuire viewing road 2 00 and a lot of old wheat at 70 cts. clerk 250 00 if desired. Give us your i.rders and Sarah Mobley mdse an waiting on W A B Davis services reudered as James McKinney bought last get promnt attention and the best pauper 20 00 School Supt. at 50 per mouth for week the following cattle: 20 heifH K Mullins coffin, for Julia ten months 500 00 ers from E M. Huguely at S3 75; For Sale. I offer for sale tnv Jojes 4 00 R G Williams holding inquest ot 29 from John Hampton at $3 60; house aud lot. House of 7 rooms i 00 Juo Potete viewing road Moses Witt, John Lawrence and 40 troin 10m uiunatn at, M.oo; and summer kitchen; two of the John Houston viewing road 2 00 18 00 and a bunch from Hade Tiirpin at John Debord best cellars in the country, besides Hayes & Wood burirl clothes J G S Griffin services, jailer 1263 20 Richmond RegtsUr, $3.50. other out buildings. Piice cut Henry 4 50 jas n jjigman lor two uay.s servi-Jun- e Mr. John Robinson ,and D. C. dow n that you can't build it for it B C Richardson burial clothes Mrs ces as justice peace at the T. P. Lechleitkr, Terhune, our local mule men, are SinglctDn 6 00 3. 60 term 1898 engaging for October delivery mule ' Same burial clothes Ham Bran- - James Gatliff, same, 6 00 colts at from $40 to $60. These namun 12 85 T B Chandler, same, 6 00 ttoo gentlemen have engaged more W,H Jones nails furnished 5 75 R L Brown, same, 6 00 than 50 head at prices mentioned. Same, goods furnished Catherine April Term 1858 SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES. Cor., Partners Harrodsburg Prewit 6 00 Jas Siginan 3 00 Home Journal. Same mdse for All Croucher, 9 00 Jas Gatliff . 3 00 Chas Holmau arresting parties R L Brown Butcher cattle in good demand, 2x2, 30 inches long, all white 3 00 C grade or better, $12 per in, . failing,to work road 2 po and. three car loads of slop cattle Election Officets 1867 M J Miller mdse for jail 2x2, 30 inches long, red, $6 32 50 cts. per sold this week at 4 to 1st District, Ashley Owens inquest P Oberyon per m. pound, Fat hogs, slew sale at Willis Griffin 00 28 inches long, white $6 allowed 6 00 j.' and stock'hogs at zY cts. Lambs 2 00 r. per m. Elijah Ballard quaranteeu, guard W L Owens judges are' brisk at 5 cents, and-- " yearling 2 00 J W Riddle clerk Do rcd'Y4 allqwed 8 75 at 4 cts." Mr.Wiooch, of 2 OQ' weathers E D Hansel sh'enff ' Alex Tyree 10 00 per in. Vireriuia. bouclit a car IdadJof mules v 2nd District. W C Mattin ik xington 21 2 at from $90 to $120. White C grade 2x3, 3b inch, 2 OO IO OO W H Fish i.J H.Clark uazette. ii esMong $22 per M. S L Durham judges jnp-& 2 OO Durham 17 50 ' 'Wj-Ballard"Tin; fiscaliCo'iv 2 OO c. BHW JRell .spokes same dimensions--p- s S 75 J Hayes clerk above, $10 per M Waid Ballard 2 56 county has ordered that lite law re IS 75 I H Bishop sheriff quiring linqueni taxes to be workSINGLE TREE BILLETS. G W Clark 5 00 3rd District ed out on the public roads shall be 2KX35 38 inches, long white David Abney 3 75 0 M Payne 2 OO put in force. Some of our taxpayJ C Phillips $r6 per in. 17 5 Wm Linville judges 2 OO ers would 'be glad to know why it is Wm Sexton 15 00 W C Ogg clerk To be delivered at any station 2 OO not done in Rockcastle county. r8 75 1 M Todd sheriff J F Pennington on K. D of L. & N. or K. C. 2 C)6 Taxes should be paid if not in inon- Chas T Baker 3 75 division, will cull once every tw 4U1 District 4ey lets have it paid in work. .John Wilson 8 75 weeks. L. L. Jarrett, Inspectcr. Arch McGuire 2 OO W A Frances 16 25 Ambrose Clayton sheared two Brodhead, Ky. Elisha Mullins judges 2 OO Jas. Potete 5 00 sheep recently' the fleece' of which T J Ballard clerk 2 OO W H Pennington thirty-seve- n 15 00 pounds. weighed I F Dobley sheriff 2 80 Callie Mullins 16 25 They were Cotswelds, and the fleece 5II1 District Sam Ward 16 25 of the buck pull the beam at twenty 2 OO pounds and that of the ewe at sevJerome Adams 21 50 Jas Dolin Ashley Owens 2 OO' enteen. 6 65 W H Carmical judges Glasgow Times. DRY W W Saunders Sclerk Dan Bledsoe 2 00 10 00 all the sun Young chicks wants J R Blankenship "3 75 Wix Dillion sheriff 2 8() shine they can get, like every other H J Mullins caffiti for Bird Grit- 6th District growing thing, excepting the fm 9 00 G W Nbhols AND GROCERIES, 2 OO mushroom, and will grow but slow- SHOES, . D R Argenbright coffin for Pat A W Norton judges 2 00 ly in the shade, even if kijpt warm O' Bryan GENERAL MERCHANDISE 3 50 Elisha Rentier clerk 2 00 and well fed They need also dry W G Tharp coffin for Net NorthJ W Kirby sheriff 2 64 ground under them and dry bedern 3 50 7th District ding in the'r nests. Dr P Benton medical services renB F Nicely dered Jno Wallin's child 2 00 1200 G. A. Swinebroad sold to Robert R B Mullins taxes paid by him and Wm Cummiusjudges 2 00 Austin seventy-on- e ewes at $5.87, collected 2 OO with 12 50 J N Brown clerk lambs thrown in. Dr M Pennington medical servi- Elisha Bullock sheriff 2 56 He also bought of Austin twenty IViT- ces pauper 8th District 30 00 yearling cattle at $16.50. anville When Your Horse 'Is Shod By J M Lucas cash paid by him for G Frith Advocate. 2 DO J A Bramiaman You now have to pay him the 18 10 Elijah Bullock ?udges 2 00 Cash. He says if you see him Dr S. C Davis medical services Z Emerick clerk 2 00 Would Not Suffsr So Again drunk this year you may know rendered pauper 30 00 ' H Jarrett sheriff 2 56 tor Fh'ty Timrs Its Price. some one has asked him to shoe his Dr T J Price medical services rend- J The following Justices were alI awoke last night with severe horse on credit. Credit will starve ered Baker child 5 00 Dr R H Lewis medical services lowed for their services at the Oc- pain in my stomach. I never' felt a man to death. tober term 1898: so badly in all my life. When I rendered paupeis 100 00 H Sigmau 12 00 came down to work this morning I Tom Proctor building county coal J Jas Gatliff 12 00 felt so weak I could hardly work. house . 20 00 I 12 00 I went to Miller & McCurdy's drug ur A Li Novell autopsy on C L R L Brcwri John P Morton & Co was allowed store and they recommended Cham KiS 25 00 MOM PAN Y ror books 16 00 berlain's Colic, Cholera and Dr M Pennington "autopsy.on C L Manufacturers Remedy. It worked like Ki"8: 25 00 J H Gabbard for arresting C A of Lirao and brick. magic and one dose fixed me all DrA G Lovellj medicalj services, 1 00 Covle paupers Poll tax for the year 1899 1 00 right. It certainly is the fitiest They also furnish Lime, Building 25 00 thing I ever used for stomach Stone, rough quarry face or cut T B Chandler services as Justice A copy attest, trouble. 1 shall not be without it Orders promptly filled Peace July term 1898 6 00 M. C. Miijkr, C.'R. C, in my home hereafter, for I should J A Cromer attention to Nannie not care to endure the sufferings ot Adams' child.aud others 25 o last night again for fifty times its A Card ok Thanks. E ll Smith printing 9 00 I wishlto sayMlhatJ.I,1feel launder price. G. H. Wilson Liveryman, J F Griffin paid out fcr county .Cham- Burgcttstown, Washington Co., Pa. postage 1 00 lastingobligationsfor.what DEALER IN Frith & Dunn merchandise fur- berlain's Cough Remedy has done This remedy is for sale by M C. & for our family. We have used it D, N, Williams. nished WHISKIES' WINES, &c, &c 13 93 in so many cases of coughs, luug JL T B Lair pauper coffin 3 00 troubles and whooping cough, and Chocolates, bon bons, penny Elizabeth .Lawrence medical servi- - most perfect satisfacturers of this KY goods and everything in confections ces rendered paupers by her de- remedy and wish them to please acFine whiskies at $2 and up ceased son J W Lawrence 15 00 cept our hearty thanks. Respect- All cream goods 35 cents?per lb, at fully, Mrs. S. Doty, Des Moines, D' C. Payne's store, CrutyOrchard. Our Rockcastlejfrieuds can write tM C & D N Williams school books Iowa. For sale by M. C. & D. N. !' or Telephone. 3t and medicine for children 64 McKinsie Signal Jonas privy nails, for two-year-o- ld al-tor2-- V See the nice bed room suits ntSioand $20. Beds from $1.65 to $8.50. Mattresses -- all kinds excelsior, cotton top and woven wire, at $1.35 and up. Good chairs $2 75 a set. Rockers in willow, cane, aud oak at prices to suit. Nice hardwood stand tables $i.ooalid $1.50 Furniture! &c, Respectfully, yours, , Elegant Parlor Bed Loungesj In all kinds of coverings at $7.50 to 12.50. Come and see them. I also keep a stock of flour, nie.il, shipsluffs, &c. Have A 1 Fertilizer at "living" prjees. Produce .trade solicited. Will pay cash for chickens, eggs, &c, a 'W 'F CHAMP, . MT. VERNON. KY DAV -- Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at fair Drices. 'ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. General orn DEALERS IN efrchaildisie . - Old- - Main and Church Sfe WIT. VERNON. KY. ., 6REEIM FRONT , Xorug $faC$3K$frcfc 13 Store ft? 111 WANTED, . n n tn a 'o M r? Vy' Is the place to buy Drugs, Patent Medicines, Jewelry, ii' 8.3 && m Stationery, Cigars and To baccos, Paints and Oils, in when in town. Call . 4; WW 3; i4li, C. C DAVIS & CO- - . For Family and Medical You Want Use Finest 1f - ' T , COLD 10 The NELSON COUNTY A . . SOUR MASH WW f Sold Direct from Distillery. Jug and Bottle Trade Solicited. fl 1 1 Y I 3 year old at $2.00 per Gallon, 6 year old at $2. 50 pe ' Gallon. year old at $3.00 per Gallon, J. B. DANT, Distiller; GETUSEMANE, KY. ilu W. R McClure, GdODS, o Lot AGENT FOR FERRONi NOTIONS, DEERI ERS '.-- - THO'S TAYLOR fifty-seve- n Blacksmth -D- VERNON. i ' .! H MT. VERNON LIME BINDERS, TWINE ALSO, OWENSBORO WAGONS. and Attachments COJLJLYER & UNDERTAKERS, Diar-rhot- a i TOM FBRRELL OWEN C BRODHEAD. KY. ROWLAND, -- 84 Williams Druggists. Caskets, Coffins, Robes, etc., kept, in stock. Orders by (mail, telegraph, telephone promptly' ffl'Ied; ?? (jtaiid Picnic at Adams' Grove; July 4th, COURT CALENDAR. S W Davis has employed another Lost One black cow, dehorned j Mrs. Geo. Fish was shopping in A large crowd attended church harness maker and saddles here Sunday,to hear our new pasCounty Court. Fourth Mon three white feet, and white bunch ; town Tuesday, 5tllE tor, Rey. Melquem preach his first day in each month. pittsb Call or. J T Gentry at the depot tail. Left last Monday. Liberal Rev of WM sermon heri He is an able preachQuarterly Court. Fitst MonKy., June 23, 1899 for harness, bridle and saddle reward if brought inor information jerc vestenav Mt. Vbkkon. t j er, and all felt, benefited, and en- day in January, April, July and given. T, J. Picnnington, red v.' A October. couraged by 'his eloquence. a Mt. Vernon, Ky. K 4)attrt4 at the lit. Vernvi, Kjr., nwrwAPn . An interesting article from the Cir'cuiT" Court. Second Mon matter mall prayer meeting was oighuized'Uo day in" February, Fourth , Monday peH of J. K. McClary will appear, The Democratic county convenTirr. meet on every Saturday night, and in May dud Third Monday in Sep next week. Mrs. Judith Chestnut, of Mnret-bur- if each member does 'his duty, we pm tion was called to order at 2 tember. is visiting her daughter, Mrs are sure much good will be done. Tyrce Gentry who recently open- last Saturday at court house by Mt. Vernon Police Court; ed a harness shop near depot, is county chairman W. J. Sparks, n Ike Heron. Mrs. Marsh Owens has returned ThirdMonday in each month. vote was taken upotKchairmanship. doing a good business. Miss Arthusia Cloyd has returned iim. mmmmmKSan from Livingston called there to see Hardin .polling of 60 Home after a s ' I louravrccc & Nashville R.R.qo visit to her son's family, who are sick with sale.,itoI ahd'Stone-ShcweFor Salts. I have'fbr Professional Cards. up with 90 and friends in Rockcastle. barrels of goodNvhite corn measles. Judge "McClifcrc took the chair LOC4.L TMEVCARD. at crib ."for" 3of days $ith., The colored folks are holding a Resolutioljt? were adopted endorsing Mr. Herrin and Mr. Wilson of P. A. Pennington, D. D. S.; M. D. protracted meeting here. They Day Mail North.....'"... 11:05 a m J.K McClary. Mt VernonKy thelust State and national platforms Crab Oi chard are in Maretburg. Day Mail South . . DEWTST, 1&7 p.m There are others wlio can' rpad' autV instructions given to delegates hold far into the night aud those Bessie Laura Cummins and a"m saddles, halt sole shoes make hur- - totdst Rackcastles four votes in who live .near the church are flight Ex. North 1:32 Reynolds visited in Brodhead Mon. N W,Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts. Night Ex. 'South .,,i ... i.,. 1:44 am ..,.,. a. t state convention for Stone for Gov- aroused from their slumbers by LOUISVILLE, KY. J. A. Landrum, Agent. Gentry near depot Mt. Vernon. l ernor; R. J. Breckenridge for At unearthly yells and clapping of hands and stamping of feet; but I Will be at Miller House, Mt. Tiik Lincoln Democrat" is Vwo torney General; J. B. Chenault, for guess they think that is the way to Trace chains at 30c per pair; Vernon during all Circuit Courts. CHURCHES. breast at 30 cents per pair. Tongue weeks old 'and "is a promising Aud:tor,R.iC. Eord for Treasurer. serve the Lord. Iri Christian Holds nervlccs lat & 3r Sunday youngster. at 50 cents per pair at S. W. Waters knows how The convention advocated the Jol at 11 a. iu. and at 0:30 ). in. Rev Wheatley filled his appoint- Davis'. of Bryan ior President, to make a newspaper and is doing The. following were named as del- ment at the Baptist church last Pretbyterlan Holds services oti the 1th it. C. C. WILLIAMS, Sunday egates:. H. Dunn, W. C. Mullins, Saturday and Sunday. BRODHEAD. Attorney-- a -- Law, We extend a hearty invitation G. W. McClure, and S. H. Martin. Mrs. Dan Holman is not improvI<yjt Church Services on tile Second to 'every one to come and examine Mt. Vernon Ky. Atternales, Dr J. H. Pettus, F. L. Sutiduy and Sunday. Saturday night our goods and if we cant sell you Thompson, A. J. Pike aud Dr Per- ing much. The L & N are putting in a fire School nt ,1?, a,,m every Sunday. Prayer 8Office on 2nd floor of new Mrs. Black aud three lovely little plug or waterworks for protection brick on Church street. Specia! as cheap as any one, we do not ask cy Benton. meeting ou Tuesday nights. girls from New Orleans, are at against fire at the depot. your trade Houk & Spn. attention given to collections. MASONIC. Mrs. Scroggs had a Junior En- Crab Orchard Springs. The Republicans will hold a Mr. A. F. Butner is on the sick Sixty-tw- o Ashland Lodge No. t!K) meets .'rd MoilHugo Schmidt, sold hogs, av- list at present. county convention heie tomorrow deavor meeting last Friday. day 10 A m. After eraging children were present. to name delegates to State convenL 150 lbs for $50. J SH Dunn one of the delegates the opening exercises Mrs, Scroggs tion to nominate candidates for The town boys are out in full to the State Convention left here made a brief talk to the children LOCL .nml OTHERW SE. State offices. force playing ball this afternoon. Tuesday for Louisville. t-Law, with reference to the Junior E Pulaski county has awakened to the deavor bociety. A box 01 gilts o ftThey'd better be buggin' their The Methodist meeting is in MT, VERNON, KY. " E. S,( Albright will teach the importance of good roads and will great variety was distributed among mamma's tater patch. progress here now. take a vote on the proposition to the children songs were sung and Brodhcad school. It is whispered that there wiil be W. H Colyer has placed a beauti issue $100,000 in bonds for build- a box of candy brought from Dan- another weddinglhere in the near Judge Ashley Owens was here ing turnpikes. ful monument over the grave of ville was set befpre the children. future. Saturday and Sunday. Earnest Painter and enclosed the DR. A. G. LOVELL, One our of subscribers who in After playing ames on the The most noted event of our grave with a nice iron rence, all of Tom Hansel and family have arrears ten month got ' huffy" over grounds for a while the juveniles town is the marriage of Mr. L. S. which speaks well for the friends inovcdlo Brick hotel. Physician and Surgeon our "duns," came iu Saturday and dispersed. Mrs. Scroggs organ- Elder to Miss Nannie Edmiston. of the deceased. is in from paid up and stopped his paper. ized the Junior Endeavor Band in They Dr. J. H., Lawrence were '.married in Louisville Grandma Albright is no better. MT VERNONf The Signal is still running. Hydeii, Leslie county. Mt., Vernon three years ago and it on the 2nd, spent a short time in Ollice North blue Alnin s.recl Miss M. M. Watson is visiting Richard Pettus is inspector of J. J. Lawrence red topped light- has. been the most faithful of any the city aud returned to Crab Orconuected with the cnurch. chard where Mr. Elder her graudmother near Beelick, ning manipulator and ear powder ballast at Sparks Quarry. is now in was up from Junction City Sunday. WJ'en the swork is continued we his old place of business "looking L. L. Jarrett says the Republi G. W. McCLURE. Jas. Pettus, clerk for Road Mas as calm and serene. May their path- can convention to be held Saturday Jack is a mighty good man is get hope Ilia t there will be some one ter Smith was here Monday. faithfuliin service and versatile in way be strewn with flowers aud at-L- ,a ting promotions right along. will be largely attended. devices as Mrs. Scroggs. The se- iheir days be Gene Mullins has been down many Mt. Vernon, Ky. Thr Republicon Senatorial Com- cret of successful worK with child- - ones, and may no cloudand happy F. Francisco says that the Hotel with typhoid fever for ten days. overshad business mittee of the 7th district has beeu Yen is a pleasant variety at the works a man for ill that's All business entrusted to my can; V. K. Pettus ran the depot ,v4iile ow their lives, is the sincere wish called to meet at Somerset on July same time keeping the purpose. in him. will receive prompt attention. a rent Landrum was in Frankfort. of their friends which are many. 8th at 10 am to arrange time, and Mrs. Dr Burdette is visiting rela- Office on Second floor of new brick ggyiSWade Perkins is at home from tives at Lancaster J. J. Ping qud Miss, Alza Logan manner of nominating a candidate on Church street. " Brown will tfach our public school. from this Senatorial district. I, school, also sevaral others; anion": NOTICE: E P Protheroe has been engaged them Miss Alberta James from T. St Miller Las returned to Lan. AVhen you come On the list of graduates of Center to town Georgetown, and Rev. Scott And- with the Roller mill at Stanford caster after a weeks visit to relatives College's 76th annual commencebring your Watches, Clocks, R. G.WILLIAMS, erson and brother from same place. Miss Ikrla Hilton is improving h ere. ment program appear the names of 'and Spectacles to S. C Franklin at the Signal office at-La- w Will Beasley, who has been in nicely now and will soon be able to We understand J. L. Whitehead J. G and J. T. Hacicley of Lincoln td. hfirve them repaired. He re take her position in the store business at Louisville has of Williamsburg is candidate for nephews of the editor. J. G. is a MT. VERNON. KY is prepared to do pivoting, put turned home. L W Burdette, of Kansas City, State Senate. in new balauce staffs, setting past graduate of the class of 95. jewels, and and anything to Dr. Doores has returned from and Fisher Hughes of Garrard, are O. F. Hamm was in from Bee Mrs Scroggs left for Kansas Gold be done of this kind. Iud., where he has beeu visiting visiting relatives here Lick Saturdny and brought us two City the 21st. After spending rings, cut to fit and gold and friends. The Stone men of this place feel subscriptions. silver soldering neatly done. Commencement at Park College very sure that the nominee of the SURVEYOR Luther Lanham, whose foot was iu where Prof. Scroggs is alrerdy en0 Same McClure was acquitted is Democratic party will be Stone for amputated some weeks since, ,U,S. court at Fraukfortou charge gaged iu n new field of labor, she The Madisonville Mail tells the doing well walks a little on crutch- Governor will spend some time in Michigan of liquor selling. ' Also, an Ageut for th es. a with her father and other relatives following story: R. L. fones is home from C. S. in the world. Tailors A Nebraska editor "who had gone Up to time of going to press the road where he has been braking for Anyone els'i than John Brown busted through too much McKin-leA blind bridle for 65c at S. W. convention at Louisville had done last six mouths. would be mobbed if they perpetratprosperity, recently made a trip Davis'. Don't f 01 get the place. nothing but elect a Temporary ed one third of the practical jokes, to Kentucky to look up a location Miss Fajinie Colyer was the Chairman Judge Red wine, who is guest of Miss Grace McCall at that that hardened old prodigal for a Maf k Hauna- newspaper and aStone-Goebman. does, upon numbers of his legion of while waiting for a train to Mnretbuig last week. MARETBURG, friends. We promised to forgive visited the State Insane AsyB. C. Richardson, ef Conway, a Julia Owens a respected autl in- him for once having had us arrest lum aj Hopkinsville. While going and Miss dustrious colojed woman died Sun- ed on a bogus writ but "we nini Born to the wife of C. C. Cum- prosperous merchant through the "harmless" wards he Anne Stewart, daughter of A. W. day, near this place. uiins on the 10th a fine girl. gwine to forgit it uer him." was espiscd by one of the tractable Stewart, a ptosperous farmer of Mrs Nau Hooker of Russellville Mrs Gaines Adams is reported near Wildie, were married in CinA Kentucky editor, in discussing patients aud the following converis visiting her sister Mrs. M. C. very low. a little tract sent him on the sub sation took place: cinnati on Wednesday last. Williams at this place. Patient "Say, Mister, where Mr. Burdelte Houk of Mt. Verject, "What Must I Do to Be Sav You assume no risk when you Billy Simpson late of 4th Ky. has ed?" answers this tritely and truth- did you come from?" Also can ies a nice line of Wall non, was here on a short visit Satbuy Chamberlain's Colic, Chb'era Paper samples at from gone to Parkville, Mo. He will fully, if a little irreverently, "Pay Editor "From Nebraska." urday,' 4 cents per end Dirrrhoea Remedy. Will re roll up. Patien- t- "That's Bryan's State, - " enter college there this fall. subscription to the county jour Mr. S. H, Martin is in Louisville fund your money if you are not satisn't it?"Mrs Hiram Fish has returned paper and quitborroyving the paper this week attending the Democratic isfied after using' it. Sold by M. C. Editor ''Yes, that's Bill Bryan's Convention. from a visit to her son Johu who is and nearly everything else you use & D. N. Williams Druggist. : telegraphing; at Edgefield Juuction from your neighbor." Louisville State." Miss Fannie Colyer the, pretty sfc'nd Patient "What did they Post. Tenn. daughter of Judge Colyer of M.t. you here for-t- oo much 16 to i?" How can it be done? But it is 2 year .M Traylor y Mrs. Nancy Proctor has a park of $2 Iu the Rocky Mountains th? Editor "No; I believe in sound Vernon, was the guest of Miss easy for S. V. DaA's. holly hocks in which thousands of snow iu now over one hundred feet money' Gracie McCall the first of the week. r whiky $300 6 year-olTi Half-sol- e mens' aud boy's shoes 8 ye.ir-' Win Tair whiskey $3 those old fashioned but pretty flow- deep in places, and the greatest 51 "Say, Patient- -" confidentially Mr. Ottye Reynolds, and Edgar ers appear. body of snow ever known there Mister, they can't keep you here Griffin, were down from Livingston for 30c, 40c, and 50 cents per pa'r. Hi anil ;?,, l)U P'"r U'dhni Half-solboy's shoes for 2c. ju No goods No Ed Cox, Miss Rhoda White and covers the mountains. Already the for that, iron are no lunatic; Sunday, visiting homefolks. Half-solgirl's shoes for 15c and .shippu' (J 1) mi tJLi'itiuit of nil-- I mountain streams are swollen into you'er justf an ordinary d u fool." Chas. C. Davis and Miss Jalia ColMr. James Houk Jr and wife, 25c irg of U 0 nn yer attended church at Crab Or- torrents and the prediction is freely Half-solwere the guests of Mr and Mrs Ladies' shoes for 25c made that, that the Mississippi will aei.ii unier or chard, Sunday last. and 35c. Expie?- - Y v.k Onler have a greater flood this hummer Last fall I sprained'my, left hip Tillmau Houk Sunday. ,,fyree & Reynolds are doing a than ever before known. I will put a pad in your saddle vV I). SI'KJ.l)! while Jiandling some 'heavy boxes. Mr. Ab Winkler, brakmau ou business at pushing blacksmith called' on sajd'Ut first the L & N rail road, was called for $1 00 up to $2 50. I have The doctor S aiif'ir.!. Ka j Mrs. Helen Blown, son Conn, Brodhcd. They are shoeing horses it1 vas a slight strain and' would home on account of the illness of hod fourteen years experience iu and mother Mr.-:- . Mary Conn arrivfill around' for 50 cts. hXion be well,. but it grew worse and, his Mrs. Winkler '.he leather business and guatatitee 'i ed from Texas last Friday. Mr. - who died later. best workmanship. the doctor then said J'had'.rheuina;, W. H. Cotteugim and wife were Brown, who had preceded here liMii!; 1 ii-here from Withers, on Wednesday It.cominued to grow worse Migb Berda Mnrtiu. is expected We will not be under sold. We some five months since, met them last'. Mr. Cotteugim is n successto ii0I1,c and I. could hardly F. VV AN ISO soorii after quite an extended have everv thine from a hoe handle Pipt at Junction City. The family lintl ful merchaut from that place. work. I went to a drug store aud vist to relnlivcs and friends iu yir-th- to a turning plow. Houk & Sou. lived at Aransas Pass Texas for past Ill I'l I.ri'lUil y. '";, vt. druggist recommended me to- j , S. W. Davis our clever saddler, eight years and like, all sensible NortIl Carolina. Attkntoin Ghntlicmnh. 'C-- ' grocer, candy kitchen man, laud- - neonle who were raised in this state trv Chamberlaiu's Pain Balm, li m, ' "u -'""nltntirti Tr! - Tailor made rothes at "hand me Goo I Ltu.-.f U and of a 5o.cent ... It- .. - ' 1.M 1.....1 A..... tried ., imaiuuuu "Attached" ioiu, imuicr tanitlfi4itrv iiiAoinrr tn T-- believed there was no other plaw j """" k" to bring iu more help, G. P. that equalled old Kentucky an I buttle cured me entirely. I now iu the near future. We regret down" prices. Suits to older Irom NKvl .iil 1'i.r essarj iihJ X; j ii , Fredrick a first class saddler and have relumed to locate iu their 11,1 recommend it to all my friends. r.v. verv much to see them go, but $8.50 up pantaloons $2,50 up fit Ti ' 'i ' lailii i ., , r,. I'L' guaranted ask to l mid salihlaetioii 1. tuaococK, uric, rao ie is iu harness maker has been employed live county where thev arc mot wish them succrcs in their new see samples. . w : uA, K. Ai.iikiciit M, C. & D. N. Williams s;.le b. to.asiist Mr. Davis in his.shop and heartily welcome 1 by one aud all ihome. Iu: ))roril)V8crt:. Diugigist. li';y are doing a plenty. Mt. Vernon Signal e re-pa- orar , g, .j.-i- .-u. two-wetk- at-$2i- l&N. rn l ! 1 L - - R. BROWN, -a- Attorney Yr Attroney w, 1 Attorney S. N. Davis Mt. Vernon, K y. y - el the-tow- h. b. spratt; - PRACTICAL PAINTER, Paper Hanger Sign Painter, - -- Pare Liquors. whi-ked ii '5 n e I c'-ir- e e fr e V.1-.1- 1. -- grand-mothe- r, f I lentil 1 1 get-r.rou- ud e ! . 1 one-hal- )i" JU"" hn.iihea'1, 1 l t. .. 11 r - ' ctX2itiLrpTi.tRjixCy T-- S! , irtivwuuuiKiuuv"iAiVuikMi j.u-- . "Better Be Wise ADVANCED PARTY REPULSED. Iteluforrcmonta Were Sent nnd the Reba'i ftero Defrntcd Ametlcnm Had SCANDAL IN HIGH LIFE. Than Rich tf Manila, June 20. A battnlion of the 4th infantry, which left Imun, where Gen. Wheaton is in command, Monday morning, to rcconnoitcr towards Peres las Marinas, where it was supposed most of tho rebels who escaped from Pnrnnaquc and Ilacoor bad fled, was attacked in tho rear by apfriendly natives. kWilWkw2 parently on a sharp engagement, This lastbrought ing several hours, resulting in five All ArKiimeiit. Here the voice of counsel for the defense Americans being killed and about 25 thrilled with emotion. being wounded. The loss of the rebels "Gentlemen of the jury' he cried, "you cannot heliec the prisoner to be the cool, was very heavy. calculating villain the liroecution would The battalion soon exhausted Its make him out to be! Were he cool and cal ammunition and at 2:30 Monday afterculatinp Mould he have murdered his wife, as he is accused of doing? Would he not noon Gen. Wheaton and his btalT, with rather have spared her in order that bhe the 2d battalion, two mountain might he here at this trial to weep for him and influence jour verdict with her tears?" guns and one field piece went to the troops attacked. Gen. Only the thoughtless think lawyeisdonot assist the ends of justice. Detroit Journal. Wheaton was fired on in a road, and had a narrow escape. "Ills Tour Oirtt,-.cc- ly' Later the 3d battalion was ordered TVnr l'nuorniiin. to the front and formed on the Las Contains ICO superb engravings, made from photographs taken of our Army Minas read. Heavy firing on both iu camp, on transports and in actual service, sides followed, the artillery being Spanish and American Cuba, Ha- Wise people are alsa rich ivhcn they known perfect tcmedy for all annoying diseases of ihe blood, kidneys, liver and bowels. It is Hood's lohich is perfect in its actionso regulates the entire system as to bring vigorous health. rive Men 1U1W, The (Inliliy Conclininn nml Fnotmna Lone Their Situation When Leant ISxpcctcil. SJbcdA SaUapwili imiMSmw rcln-fore- o NpnnUh-Amcrl-ca- n half-ton- e Gun-boat- Boston-June 20. The will. of tho lato Robert C. Billings gives about I'mllli-KAmbition. "Did you 'ee tint pile joung man calling 8700,000 In public bequests, including out 'Cash!' at the ribbon counter?" 6100,000 each to Harvard college, tho "Yes." "Fate's awfully funny, sometimes. Ten Massachusetts Institute of Technolyears ago, when we were bojs together, his ogy (with 530,000 additional to found one ambition was to be a mighty hunter .ind tho Billings student fund), and tatch lions with a las.o." IJerlin (Md.) Her- tho Museum of Fine Arts, 530.000 ald. each to the Massachusetts General Jntornutionnl Cuntrmttun, llnptlst Young hospital, New England hospital for IVnpto'ii Union of AmrrlrA. Richmond, Vn.. July into 10, lfl?., tho C. women and children, Childrcns' hosII. & I). Hy. will mnko n into of one fnro pital, Massachusetts eye and car for tlie lojind tlip gooil going July 11, 12 infirmary; 523,000 to Perkins innnd 13, good returning from Uicliiuoiul not tirkpt stitute for the blind, tho Amerilater tlinn July 111. Uy tlcpo-itlu- g with joint ngent ouorliefom July 21 nnd can Unitarian association, the Boston payment of &0 cent1, letinn limit mny be Young Mens' Christian union, homo extended to leno Richmond not later thnu August 15, lfci. fc'eo C. 11. & D. agents for for aged men, the Hampton institute, information. Hampton, Va.; 810,000 to tile Tuscogce, Ala., Normal school; 83,000 to Atlanta Ao Wonder. university; 510,000 each to 10 public "She has a remarkable voice." "In which respect?" and charitable institutions in and i'ln timbre." "Xo wonder. She used to rail a logging nround Boston, and numerous other camp to dinner." Cleveland Plain Dealer. sums of 52,500 or ovcrtovarlous bodies. Dewey, Genetal Charles King (known ns Capt. Chailcs King, theanthorM heeler, llobson, lloosevelt, bampson, Miles, Schley, Shatter, Lee, Brooks, Cairo!; Group of Officers, Cavalry, Artillery, Infantry, Ships, Spanish Soldier.i, Insurgents, Chickamauga, Jacksonville, Tumpa, Last 1'Yirewoll Lettcis Home, Hospitals, Clara Harton, Hough Riders, Santiago, San Juan, Manilla, the Ucautiful Women of Cuba and Manilla. The Album is 51x8 inches, weighs 12 ounces, printed on finest coated paper. Sent 1'HKIiI to any address in the United States, Canada or Mexico for 12 cents in stamps or coi-i- , to cover postage and packing. Copy may bo seen at any ticket office of tho Hig Four Route. Order at once, a the edition is limited. Address WARKKX J. LY.XCII. General Passenger and Ticket Agent, "Big Four Route. Cincinnati. Ohio. Mark envelope "War Album." vana, Manilla, Landscapes," Aichitecture; shows the manners and customs of the people of our new Islands; Pictmes of our s He-roc- freely used. The enemy was located in the woods at 4 o'clock, showing signs of retiring, as the rebels wcic being pressed pretty hard. One gun of tho 0th artillery secured an advantageous position did good execution. The fight was still in progress at 5 o'clock, at which time thq Americans had secured a quantity of Filipino arras, which had been abandoned in the woeds. The scene of the fight is over 2C miles from Manila. sition, who had nn experience one evening that is worth repenting. In company with n friend she was drhen in her carriage to the front entrance of a city theater "bout eight o'clock nt night. They left the enrriagc nnd went to tho mnnngcr's ofllcc, where the second lady had nn nppolntnicnt regntdlnga charity benefit. Mutters becoming n little dull for my friend, she begged lenvc to wnitiuher enrringe nnd enmc out to it. Neither coachman nor footman was on the box nnd the indignnnt womnn baw that the horses had been hitched to n lamp-post. our sonants tnlk about us?" I should say they did. They note whnt we do and what wo don't do, whut we wear and eat and drink nnd generally In an envious and disagreeable way. The enndor of tho kitchen would g!e us henduehrs and heartaches if we could hear it, and it's just ns well that wo don't. Hut all are not so unfortunate. I know of a good, kindly woman of some means, nnd with nn angel's depoDo Well, bny-nn- There will be a large exhibit from this at the Paris exposition Clarence AVna AVcnk on Spclltnu; nml countrywill move very interesting to in 1000, nil who which She MroiiBht It t'p In may nttend, hut no more so than the newt Ilctl Ink. that the fnmoiis Amcricnn remedy, Hostet-tcr'- s Stomach Bitters, will positively cure "Oh, hlcajor, I am so glad to find you dspcpsin, indigestion, constipation, biliousTo all sufferers of here. I went up to your house, and your ness nnd nervousness. mother said you had conic here to be fitted," the nbove complaints a trial is recommendand ns Klcnnor grasped the tpcnkct'g hand ed, with the assurance that when honestly tho dressmaker frowned, for she didn't want used a cure will be effected. It also tones up the entire system. the fit of the new gown interfered with. "Well, Daisy," said Eleanor, "I nm glad, too, for I see by your eyes that ) ou' e someWould He Unit Form. thing to tell me." "No renl gentleman, Mr. Hopkins, would This morning I went over to sec ever have his photograph taken in a dress J'cs. Kit, and I ran up to her room, as we suit." always do, you know." "What do you mean, Miss Simpkins?" assented Klcnnor. w order to "And bhc was crying. All around heron it "Indaylight." do so he ould have to wear in The llival. the floor were letters, and on the bed more letters. I said: 'Mercy, Kit, whnt's the Do Your Kcct Ache nml IlnrnT matter?' Kvcry now nnd then she would Shako Into your shoes, Allen's Foot-Ensmake a vicious jab nt a letter and appear to n nowdor for tho feet. It mnkostlghtorNew bo writing, " 'Oh, Daisy! I am almost wild! I'm so Hlioes feel Kasv. Cures Corns, Bunions, Swollon, Hot, Callous, Sore, nnd Sweating busy.' Feet. All Diupglsts nnd filioo Stores sell " 'What arc vim doing?' I asked. " 'Well,' said Kit, 'you know Clnrcnce nnd It, 23c. Saniplo sent KHKE. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Lo Hoy, N. Y. I have had a quanel and I'm glad of it' and here she fobbed the gladdest kind of a Fnr Ilnck. sob 'nnd nnd he sent all my letters hack Greene What a look that poet and the silver bookmark nnd tho lovely A SWEET REVENGE. Kxhlltitn nt I'nrln. Great Tammany Leader. The Catarrh of Summer. "c." e, far-awa-y pipe I gac him with it nud oh. D.iiij ! I how can 1? nnd so ready to return. I'm nnd then the laughed with her pen. BILLINGS' PUBLIC BEQUESTS. A I.nrge Nuiubor of Public. Institution! Mill Ho llonefUtcd by the Mill of tho llostnn Millionaire. , To Curo ii Cold In Ouo Jny Take Laxativo Broiuo Quiniiio Tnblcts. All druggists refund money if It falls tocuro. 25c. ison Globe. FIGHTING SIXTH REGIMENT. It is not cieditable for any girl to havo ecral joung men "on tho suing." Alert noted for his W Bulletin. dog-nc- It Arrive nt Manila CoL Kellucg, of the iiOth Infantry, Ilecame 111 on the Way to Honolulu A bloodhound Frscvcrencc. L never fails. It Is Impossible to look young with the color of seventy years in your hair. Poor. clothes cannot make Even pale you look old. cheeks won't do it. Your household cares may be heavy and disappointments mny be deep, but they cannot make you look old. One thing docs It and Tho arrival of the Sherman means that Gen. Otis will receive substantial reinforcements. The Sherman left San Francisco May 22, and carried tho 6th infantry and a number of recruits, numbering in all 41 ofliccrs and 1,633 enlisted men, under command of Brig. Gen. Bates. Col. Kellogg, of the 20th Infantry, was taken 111 on the trip from San Francisco to Honolulu nnd was invalided home from tho last named port. Tho transport Grant left San Francisco on tho 30th witn tho 10th infantry, and is cxpecteo. to arrive at Manila early next week. Some confusion results from the coupling of Iliolo with egros. There is a battalion of tho 1st California at Ncgros, under the command of tho officer nt Hollo, which is tho head quarters of that part of the Philippines. WAsnixoTOX, 20. Juno H Elks' Annual Convention. St. Louis, Juno 20. This city is taking on a purple aspect in honor of tho Slst annual convention and of tho Benevolent nnd Protective Ordor THE MARKtTS. of Elks which begins hero Tuesday. CINCINNATI. JUBO M. That color, with tho red, whlto and blue of tho national flag is to be seen LjIVE STOCIC Cattle, common 4 id ffl 5 25 N) & 4 10 Sflo t butchers everywhere In the decorations on busi- rALVKS FulrtiKOud Ucbl... 0 2 & 7 U) UCKls Course a u.licny :' (iaj o ness buildings and residences. :t TO (a, 3 fo M xed packers 3 05 (?:i to Llt'lU shipper SHIMU'-Cno- lce (ft 1 w 3 3 Death of Norman Williams. r.AWIlS-.hprln6 JO 3 0T5 HAMPioy, N. II., June 20. Norman 3 50 (( 3 70 ri.OUIt Vllnlor p.itcnt 75 i led... Williams, a leading lawyer and mil72 Na3rrd 'J GA Corn--N30 tf mixed...... ... lionaire res dent of Chicago, died at iH OatsNo. 2 his summer cottage at Little Boards-heaItyc-- No. 2 da a 11 DO Oil 25 HAY Prima to Choice Hampton Beach, at 5:30 o'clock 1'ltoVlSIONS fn 0 25 1'orlt.... 4 87', Monday evening, aged 63 years. Mr. I.i.d nUTl'KU--Cholc- o f'ft 11 dairy Williams came hero in April suflering & 20 Prime to cholco creamery. 4 00 ii to fancy..., from Bright's disease and dcatb re- APPI.,U--.ninlc- o w, 75 il CO POl'A'lOKS-Ncper $ uul sulted from that malady. CHICAGO. .1 i,' ailAIN.-Whcat.-Nc. .Mc-.- s These two grent sports go hnntl in Some people are like clocks; they show by hand. The links tire perforce situated their faces what sort at some distance from town, and tho having. Golden Days. of a time they arc easiest nnd quickest way to reach them ii with the bicycle. For golf good links I cannot speak too highly of Piso's Cure are needed; for cycling Good Bonds, for Consumption. Mrs. Frank Mobbs. 215 T. 22d St., New York, Oct. 29, 1891. dtilf links enn be made anywhere by digging holes, nnd making nrtificlnl Laziness makes all tasks seem hard; in"iurricrs. On Long Island Nature has dustry makes them eeem light. L. A. W. en particularly kind. Its North Bulletin. M ore is nil rolling country, in many Ilnll'n Cntnrrh Cure ll ices glacial action has formed hills Ii taken Internally. Price 75c. m.I hollows of perfect delight to the lowers of this sport. The lecl nnd Money is an uncertain quantity; it's so In uitlful ocean shore Is broken in changeable. Golden Days. in my places by rolling hills eocred ib grass and shrubs which go to in ike up links so close to the Scottish uli .ils Hint all who hnc played in the nlil country nrc struck nt once by their wunlcrfiil fitness for the sport, nnd muled to this the fact that the coal South breeze comes up eery tiny throughout the Summer from across the ocean nnd biingH with it u brncing ami exhilaration that nothing else enn glo. Nowhere but on Long Islam! do these conditions exist. It Is unique "What's her friend want nt the in this as it Is in its nrled scenery nnd "Well, cook says she thinks she's goin Its unsurpassed attractions in cicry linn. The roads are good nnd many to be n play nctress.'.' "Ha!" ha! lia! Why, she couldn't go beautiful side paths nnd evele mitlm The tour on the stnge. They'd give her the laugh I wind through the wood. around the Islnnd which can be made An sure. She's too old." Excellent Combination. Here the much mnligncd lndy camo in thieq days Is most enjoyable, nnd a The taken to the tripe filled cry ' effects pleasant method and beneficial bo nut, escorted by n polite nttutlip.'.iiKW WCk 01' t'c well known remedy, joined her hnlf hysterical friend In ii... '"H of pleasure. The camera should Srnui- - or Fios, manufactured by tho not be left at home, ns the scenery is Camfohnia Fio Syiiui Co.. illustrato arrlage. constantly changing, nnd its beauties tho vuluo of obtaining the liquid laxa- "Drlie hpmc," said the new arrival. Then Bhe caught her weeping friend nre well worth preserving for future tlv0 Pr'"cPles of plants known to be iiicuiciiiuuy juxiivivu mm presenting enjoyment. in her arms. . . them in the form most refreshing to tho "Why, Annie, dear, what's the mattaste and acceptable to the system. It Ccnlu. ter? Drive home, Frank." "How is it Wilkins over there looks so i? tho ,onc Pop".?t strengthening lnxa- The coachman hesitated. "; ujitumuiiy, cool when everything ele in sw eltcrinzf ' v'"- ""wi! , im-,"Shan't we wait for Mrs. B '"Alt. Wilkins is ninart. V)n v Oil sec IhOSC ""l"-""'uiuuuuira iiii.i iu.ia . oiu Mcrs uu i rcauinR; w en, iney tontain guuuy yui, promptly unu cununng one madam?" 1'cbruarj "She is here in the carriage. She has the account of bcginn to 'n blizniil. Every to overcome habitual constipation pertime Wilkins itel the bit been here for the Inst 20 minutes. Drio warm he rend about the twenty-som- leaM. be- manently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality nnd subhome." low zero and shivers. His scheme U cooler stance, and its nctlng on the kidneys, And home they drnie. tho nlilll of than fans and cheaper than ice." Chicago liver nnd bowels, without weakening or irritating them, inako it the Ideal horror upon the fnithless twain on tho Evening Nnvs. laxative. box nnd the hent of indignation genTop of l'olltpiicnii. The In tho process of manufacturing figs erating In the enrringe. The mot nolite man in four counties has nro used, as they aro tho Tho two men were discharged Hint been din oycrrd. Ho is (JeoiRe A. Tracy, ' taste, but tho medicinal pleasant to tho . . , - . dualities of . night, nnd I wns glad when I heard that the milk dealer. lM... . ou call nn Jlr. ' rcmcuy - arc outaincu irom senna anu Tracy he tal,c you down cellar nnd seats other aromatic plants, bv a method It had been done. N. Y. Herald. you in a choir in front of n barrel of cider. known to arrangement, Co. only. tho CAMronNiA itsFio Syrup Then hc.stniU n siphon-likIlnmh the llnlr. beneficial iret The very best brushes should nlwnys the cider Hon lug in auatn her stream through effects nndIn order to imitations, plcnsoj to avoid Mr. Tracy then phiecs t lie be chosen, nnd nt the ery least 100 a small hose.of the ho"cin your mouth and ruiiiuiuuuruic liuinnmc 01 uio company business end strokes n day should be vigorously ad- grs an ay. Willimantic Weekly Journal. printed on the front of every packogc. ministered. The bristles of tho brush CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. should not be so hnrd as to drag tho BAN FRANCISCO. CAI Drift: it is just ns pleasant down the river IiOUISVJXI,E, KY. NEW YORK, N. T. hair out, nor should they be yielding. s up. Atchison Globe. I'orsalc by all Druggists. Price 50c. per bottle. It Is useless to brush the hair unless the' skin of the head bo brushed as well. Tho friction stimulates it and makes' tho hair grow. Brushing the hair with JFrom 97Jrs. the languid stroke is useless. Vigor insured ind intention nre necessary to produce Chain Troubles 2ffrs. Tho"nolIcY" Is a IVncocIt i really good effect and induce tho Chain. Tho only nccurato and satlsfactorr rlmln bright, healthy gloss that hair should Send for one. daltvcrcd FUUK manufactured. nn ircclpt of irlce. State number of links have. Cinoiiinati Enquirer ',( or LETTER TO MRS. riNKIUM NO. 76,2.44 width, 1. i i the-oytcr- ?" She entered the i chicle, quietly closed the door nnd nwnited tletclopiiients. Presently both of the men emerged from n near-b- y saloon and, vt lying their mouths on their cont slccics, mounted the box nftcr unhitching the horses. Then this contersation floated down to her: "Wonder how long the old girl's going to be?" "God know si I wonder whut she's up to?" "I dunno. May be she's gone in to sec the show." "No, she ain't. I heard her tell tho old man she'd be back in nn hour." "He wouldn't cure if she didn't como back in n week." "That's right. Saj-- i she's got him under her thumb, if ever n womnn had." "Well, I don't blame her. He's a hard proposition, he is. I guess he must hate married her for her money." "You needn't guess again. You're it." By this time the poor lady below wns In n condition bordering on frenzy. She bit her lips until they almost bled, nnd her henrt grew cold ns she thought of the cruel ingratitude of these men, whom she had nlwnys treated witn Kindly consideration. But there was more. his name engraved on has. De Witt Yes; he's thinking of his last enh't me any of them I'm getting his letters meal. Cleveland Leader. I'm correcting them,' and made another jab The Ilcnt PrCNcrlntlon for Chills. and Fever is n bottlo of Gisove's Tasteless " 'Collecting them?' I gasped. Cnnx Tonic. It Is simply Iron and nulnlno in " 'Yes coriecting them. You know Clar- ft tasteless form. No cure no pay. Prlce,60c, ence is a terrible speller, so I have gone over each letter in red ink nnd made him sec that We believe, in spite of statistics, that it wns intentional. Humph! I'll bet he won't mote girls kill themselves eating pickles tell another man he broke it olH' than kill themselves skipping rope. Detroit "I couldn't help laughing, hut wasn't it a Journal. fine revenge?" London You do not have to drv mod a in thenliailo colored with Putnnm rndcless Dies. They GOLFING AND CYCLING. are fast to sunlight and washing. 10c per pacKagc. Tit-Bit- Amos J. Cummlngs. New York, Oct. 11th, 1808. Drug M'f'g Co., Columbus, O. Gentlemen is good for catarrh. I have tried it nud know it. It relieved me immensely on my trip to Cuba, and 1 always have a bottle in reserve. Since my return I have not suffered fiom catarrh, but if I do I shall use again. Meantime you might send me another bottle. Yours, , Amos .7. Cummlngs, jr. C. Summer catarrh assumes arious forms. It produces dyspepsia and bowel complaint. It cnuscs biliousness and diseases of the liver. It deranges the kidneys nnd bladder. Summer catarrh may derange the whole nervous when 11 is known to the mcdicnl profession ns n systemic catarrh. Is a specific for nil these forms of catarrh, never disappoints. Address 7)r. Hnrtmnn, Columbus, Ohio, for a free book on summer catarrh. Pc-ru-l'e-ru-Pc-ru-Tc-ru-- na l'e-ru-n- n Congressman Sour Stomach Mr liter wasJna Terr bad shape, nnd ray head ached and I had stomach trouble Now, alnce taking Cascarcts. I feol fliic. Mr wlfo baa alto used them with beneficial results for sour stomach." Jos. KitEULiNQ, W21 Congress lit., bt. Louis, Mo. 'After I I wua Induced to try CASCA-IXF.'l'nlll nererba without them In thoboutc. f , y CANDY (.AIHAKIIC ism 3&iSp3 Wwm TRAD I MANN RIOIBTTHIO Oood, Novor flrkc.1. Weaken or Pleasant. ... Good. Do Falatablr. l'ntent. Tntto 10c, SSc.tOo. Grlre, CURE CONSTIPATION. R.m.iIj (.mpiay, Bt.rlt. t1ilc.(, llaalrfal, aw tt. ... 91S Hn.Tn.Rflf Sold nnd sisisi euarnnteedbr all drug- ClUJti: Tobacco Habit. Oklahoma I Offers Opulent I uyyui LuiiiLic ;B ;C ;S 1 5 ;t : S I e tj; 15 :S ;S 1 Ig S S :H C tallsts ami manufacturers. Its Farm Products in isra include 25,000,fXX) Imsliels of wheat, 140,000 lalcsof cotton, and millions of dol-larTortliofi)therBraiin,frult,etc. tk'tul for free copy of pamphlet entitleil "The Tnitli About Okla- lioma." At stated lime low rate Homcseekers' Excursion tickets ' are sold la Santa I'o Route to Oklahoma. AililicusOfiierolPaMenfrerOmce, lho Atchison, Topeka A Santa To Railway, CIUC.IUO. To those who ileilre new lands and 3t liotucs; also unsurpafscil chances ;: for Inilust rial imestmcitts by capl- - ; z S; Sj ;. 3; S; jf- - j; S; 5; g e "BIG FOUR" ii TUB Sea Level Route" TO Suntor CycysTs whether to SPhriam. r$1.60 NEW YORK. DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. centers aud WAGNER SLEEPING DINING CARS. H. K. INRaLLS, E. CARS. "Ono year ago last Juno three doctors gnvo mo up to die, nnd ns I had at ellffercnt times used your Vcgctablo Compound with good results, I had too much faith in it to dio until I had tried it ugain. I was apparently iui invalid, was confined to my betl for ten weeks. (I bcllovo my trouble was ulceration of womb). CLINTON CHAIN WORKS, 142 Soutli Clinton Street, Chicago. READERS OK THIS PAI'ER DKSIHINU TO RUY ANYT1IIN& ADVERTISED IN ITS" COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST WON HAVING WHAT T1IEV ASIC FOR, REFUSING ALL SUBSTITUTES OR IMITATIONS. President. UAK1IKK 0. lIcCOIIMICK, Pass. Traffic Mgr. Aesu OcnL Pass. & Ticket Aet, J. LYril, id t7 Human Skull Found. rr.OUIJ (lUAIN-Wtuiit-- Winter rntpnt No. permanently postpones the e signs of age. Used according to directions it gradually brings back the color of youth. At fifty your hair may look as it did nt fifteen. It thickens the hair also; stop3 it from falling out; and cleanses the scalp froli dandruff. Shall we send you our book on the Hrrr and its Diseases? The Dart Advloa frco. tMl-tal- Wabash, Ind., Juno 20. A human skull was found in tho creek at Monmouth Monday morning and the stream is being dredged for the remainder of the skeleton. The suspicion is that there has been n murder nnd that the body was buried in the bank of tin creek and washed out by high water. The Hcrujs of Tippecanoe. Battle Gkou.nd, Ind., Juno 20. The No. 3 Chicago uprlng COHN-No.- 3 3 red 3 65 7?i'& 73 2(1 OAn-- Sn POHIC-Mw S LAKD WIIKAT-NCOKN-- Nc, btcara Ni:W YORK. o. 2 re,l 2 mixed 5 TWJjiaSS.'U CO 64 (!i ft 3 75 78 3.?!J Compound and using somo of tho Llvor Pills and Snnntlvo Wush, nt tho end of COLLEGE HILL ASSEMBLY, two months I had greatly improved CollfKC IIIIUO.. under the direction of tho Cincinnati and Weighed 155 pounds, when I never social Brmcinrni,and (Inc.) Lrcturea on Lltrtnr, lllitory, Science l'rof. O. l'oricr, boforo weighed over 138. Iiydia E. Myer. otheri. J. Located In l'rof. .1. s. Van Cloro Tmt nd butlillnffi nf Mil inanr Pinklinm'a Vcgctablo Compound is tho Is one of the moat brautlful nuburbi nhlnCincinnati. or Hoard from 13 a week up. Openi Sit. Julr i cloiei best medicine I over used, and I recom- Aug. 3. For circular and Information addrcii, mend it to all my friends. "Mns. Anna r K. Mt'Il.MOIIir.lt, Unalnraa IlaiiHBcr. Dep'tA. Station O, CINCINNATI, O. Eva Gunter, IIigoinsville, Mo. ( "After taking four bottles of tho LIVE ST06K CUTS. We nlll furnish duplicates or LIVE ST0CI CUTS or uny OTHER CUT shown In any SPECIMEN BOOK, at or below quoted prices for same. A. N. KGLLOQO NEWSPAPER CO., 335 V. Finn St.. Cincinnati, U. A. N. WHEAT K.- -E 1766 WKITINO TO AllVKHTlHEKS plensc tiile. that you lliv the Advertise, meat In this pupcr. & 5 C5 4 CO rr.OUHWInter patent xed w 3 85 fa , 8 7S t2! 4 RYi: OATS-Ml1 OItK--Ne- LAItO Western DAIriMORB. ri.OUn--Fnmll- y CillAIN-Whe- mcM 0 5 5.7'i Mi 0(1 lb H i. fits ou expected from tho use of tho Vigor, wrlto tho doctor about It. l'roolly there Ii somo difficulty with your reneral system which romovru vui.iresj, rav eo cmiy 11.11, LOITCII, mass. 1)R J. J. A If You do not obtain all the bene- Tippecanoe Bsttlo GroundMcmoria! association decorated tho 'groves of the fallen heroes of tho battle of Tippecanoe, November 11, 1811, Sunday. Col R. P. Dchart spoko to 2,000 people. Tnscott'a Father Dead. ut, ES Corn Oats-N- Southern No. 3 red Si 3 Best Cough Syrup. Times Hood.' Vto P"J Ultimo. SnM by druggists, gf June 20. Jaraoj B. Tascott, foster father of tho famous 'Willy' Tascott, is dead. It said grief ovej the boy's disappearance, following the murder of MiUun.i'ro was s contributory factor to i.'06cott's death, CnicAOO, HOOs Western .... 4W INDIANAFOM9. GHAIN WhcntNo. 3 red.... Corn No. 2 mixed Oats No. 2 mixed LOUISVILLU FLOUR Winter pttcnt 1 -- Wheas-J-To. S red GRAIN rnts-iviUrd CATTLK Ilc Mixed o. S whito Np. 3 western 3 30 78 7J (&3I0 (in W'i Si & f 78k 7814 9aD0tdD&39adtDdddt593!XK)a Mrs, IJarnliart Enjoys Ufo Onco More. Mrs. Pinkiiam I had been to "Dear TO LOOK ON THE BRIGHT sick over sinco my marringc, 6cven Q SIDE THINGS. years ago; havo given birth to four children, and had two miscarriages. I USE had falling of womb, lcucorrhoca, pains in back and Icg3; dyspepsia and a nervous trembling of tha stomach. Now I havo nono of theso troubles and can enjoy my life. Your medicine has worked wonders for me." Mrs. S, ''boccocceccgcceeccccccceececceec-ccececceccccecccliuiNUAUT, New Cabtle, Pa. OF SAPOLIO c I'rstqual!t- - .... 4 70 a S2!J 4 lv4 00 o.'U Aids Digestion, Regulates the Bowels, Makes Teething Easy. TEETHINA Relieves Bowel Troubles of Children of toy Age. 4 15 (ra .71 V 82 3(1 PORK L.R--Sjle.- -- Msss ,., ,. $ 314 n 0 37v, 60 R C bib 84 4 00 73 a A ' $ TEETHING POWDERS A tto Whr 'Ak Costa Onlr SO Cento. Xoiw Cniggiit rorU, Jit