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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1896 mou1896121101 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 1896 $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. 1 r -- t t 'ft'": Ks. v a ..s K " I r5 ill II I VOLUME VIII. MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, J" V MlDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1896. NUMBER 14. " SfXJ.XJ.XXXAAXXJS.XXAJ.XX.KAJ.XAA.tt DECEMBERJ896. Sun. Won. Tuo. Wed. Thur. frl. Sat, 5 r K' 8 13 9 10 11 17 18 112 14 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 STTTVTTTTVYfTFT'fvTrTT'fk CURRENT TOPICS. Zooi.ooistb fiver that In 100 years tho lion will bo extinct. Mamtuiia, tho groitt wheat farm of Ilritish America, raises 10.7 bushels to tho acre. SgoTCii.Mi:x havo altno,st cntiro control" of tho Blonccuiting industries ct 27" lL6 19 resources of tho Island and making it wortb- loss for whichever party may ultimately pre- It would kcop Intact tha possessions Spain of without touching her honor,Clevoland Prosonts His Last Docuconsulted" rather be which will by tho' . adequate impugned than ment to tho Congress. grievances, redress of admitted tt would put the prosperity of thk Island and the fortunes of Its Inhabitants 'within their The Cuban IiiRurcontfi Not Entitled to own control, without severing tho natural and Recognition Everything llelng Done nnotcnt ties which bind them to the motbor to I'rotcet Americans In Turkey country, and would yot enablo them to test ' The 1'roiltlent Keciiniinoiuls the their capacity for self government under tho- , moBi ivvoraoie conuuions Itetlremont of Greenbacks. Facing snch olrcumslances, to withhold the. parties deprofcr of WitstiiNOTOM, Dec. 7. Tho following Is a manding needed roforms until the them put themselves at their mercy summary of President Cleveland's messago to by throwing down their arms, has the appear-nnc-o congress. Of nrluirs In Turkoy tho president of noglecttng tho gravest of perils und says: Inviting suspicion as to the slnccrltyof any i ' THE MESSAGE. Yt wheat family. Vi:suvii's is in eruption, and a largo stream of lava is flowing down tho side of tho mountain. A HU8IC.M. bicyclo has been invented hi Knghind, which grinds out tunes ns tho wheels turn. Sixci: 1870 Victoria, Australia, has voted more than S.'iO3,O0O for tho of rabbits. Gi:oiioB Mi:iii:iitii, it Is said, presents a copy of his novels to ovcry his employ. hcrvant Tub boo tree in tho sacred city of Amarapoorn, llurmah, is said to bo tho oldest trco in existence. The fint post olllco in this country was that of Now York, estab ished by act of Parliament in 1710. Tin: Herman imperial revenue and expenditure in tho coining year balance at about 3330,010,030. A HUSlini. of potatoes equals CO pounds In Pennsylvania and 00 in nearly all tho other states. Tin: value of the g ounds and buildings devoted to education in the United States is 503,5 15.GS1. Tub first glass made in this country was manufactured al Jamestown by ;tho Knglihh colonists in lOO'j A ship called the Mary How, four centuries ago, had tho 'lighting top" now common on nlyrnrMilps. Tjrijjjiirtnstjrjnl AijLsocicty, of ?ound work during tho year just passed for nearly :,70() people. In Hamburg a dog is taxed according to his ijlze. A httlo tax for a little dog, and n big tax for a big dog. Ai.aiia.ma sf cuds only S.'i "iS per pupil per jenr for education. This is smaller than the amount paid by any ether btate. A max can hiio a hor.so in Japan, keep two servants and live on tho fat of tho Innd, all for a llttlo over i'4 n month. of Kansas' population was l;orn in the states of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, New York and Pennsylvania. Livmii'obr. is the most densely populated city in Great ISrltaiu, having a population of Hi per acre, including tho docks and ijuay. At Now Augustine, Fin., the mayor, sitting as u magistrate, accepted five hogs from a Negro culprit as bocurity for the p lymentof a fine. Ox tho body of a notorious brigand ecently killed hi Turkey were found 4,000 and a notebook which showed ho had murdered 102 men. Ix tho Itrltihh Isles during tho pics-ercentury seven instances havo been recorded in which tho brido has married tho best man by mistake. Tub Pr.ss feeders' union of San has decided to inaugurate tho following wage soalo: Cylinder pressmen, 53 per week; platform pressmou, 10 per eck. Tw. killing of IJjrt Serf in a football pa mo at Law rs'nco, Kits., lwib resulted in a petition to tho legislature to mtiK'o tho playing of football 2, misdemeanor. Tub queen regent of Spain hasjimt confenvd tho knighthood of Isabella up in Mi Herbert Hamiltin, controller of tho household at tho Spanish embassy to tho Vatican. Tub ''.all of tho kangaroo is tho fleshiest pavt of tho animal. It is considered dainty food when boiled in its own skin, which afterward may bo drawn olT like a glove. Hii.vxn ItAi'ius street railroad men are not organized, but Toledo men are. Toledo men gained 12 per cent, ndvanco during tho yenr, Grand Rapids men lost 10 per cent JImk. CliitlHTixii Nn.ssox has boon entertaining a charming house party nt her Ideal homo in Madrid, where tho rooms aro papered with leaves from tho operas she has sung. Austiua, too, has tho bicyclo crazo. Unlawful' Expeditions, Twenty largo factorial turn out 30,000 Tho cscapo of which tho utmost vigilanco will machines a year, which aro sold for not always sufflco to prevent. These Inovltablo entanglements of tho Tho exportation of 4,(500,003 florins. States, Austrian bicycles is steadily increas- United American with tho robelllon In Cuba, tho largo property interests affected, 1 pcr-cehtwo-thir- Xow Yorlc. Couch ohaps, a very objectionable plant In wheat fluids, is itself of tho Hos-to- n, OxK-iimt- ii .t l'Van-olsc- o foreign powers, It would afford mo satisfaction if I could assure tha congress that the disturbed condition In Aslntlc Turkey had during the past year nssuraod a less hideous and bloody uxpect, and that cither as a of tho awahenlne of tho Turkish government to tho demands of humane civilization, or as tho result of deolstve action on tho part of tho great nations having tho right by treaty to lutctfero for tho protection of those exposed to tho rngo of mad bigotry nnd cruel fanaticism, tho shocking features of tho situ-tto- n had been mitigated. Wbllo nono of our citizens in Turkoy have thus far been ktllod or wounded, though often in tho midst of dreadful scenes of danger, their safety in the futuro is by no means assured. Our government at homo und our minuter at Constantinople hao loft nothing undone to protect our missionaries In Ottoman territory, who constitute nearly all the Individuals residing thoro who have a right to claim our protection on the scoro of Amercan citizenship. Several naval vessels aro stationed In tho Mediterranean as n measure of caution and to furnish all posstblo rollof and rcfugo in caso of etnorgency. Wo Into mado claims against tho Turkish goornmont for tho plllaga und destruction of missionary property nt llarpoot and Marash Thus far during uprisings ut thoso places tho validity of thoso demands has not been admitted, though our minister, prior to nuoli outrages and in anticipation of danger, demanded protection for tho person nnd property of our missionary cttUcns In tho localities mentioned und notwithstanding that strong exists of actual complicity of Turkish soldtors In tho work of destruction and robbery. Insurrection In Culm. Iho Insurrection in Cuba still contlnuoso with nil Its porploxlttcs. It U difficult to that any progress hut thus far been mado towards tho piclllcatlon of tho Island or that tho situation of affairs as depleted in my last nnnual mossngo has In tho least improved, If fepnln still holds Havana and tho seaports and nil tho considerable towns, tho Insurgents still roam nt will over nt least ol tho lnlind country. If ths determination of Spiln to put down tho Insurrection scums but to strengthen with tho lupjo of tlmo and Is evidenced by lior unhosl-tatln- g dovotlon of largely incrensod military and naval forces to tho tnslc. Micro Is much reason to boliavo that tho Insurgents hnvo gained In point of numbers, and character, and resources, nnd aro nono tho loss Infloxtblo In their resolvo not to succumb without practic ally securing the great objects for which thoy took up arms. If Spain has not yot hor authority, nelthor havo tho Insurgents vet mido good tholr lltlo to bo re garded A nn Jntlrponilont State. Indeed, ns tho contest has gono on, tho tint civil government oxlsta on tho Island, except so fur as Spain is nblo to maintain It, has been practically abandoned. Spain doos kcop on foot huch n government, moro or low Imperfectly, In tlo largo towns und their immcdlato suburbs. Hut, that exception being mail), tho cntiro country Is either given over to anarchy or is subject to tho military occupation of ono or tho other pirty, It Is reported. Indeed, on reliable authority that, at tho demand of tho command-cr-ln-chlof tho Insurgent army, tho l'lltntlvo Ciibmi Uovoriiineiit has now rltcnupnll attempt to oxerclso its functions leaving that government confessedly (what thiro Is tho best reason for supposing it always to havo been In fact) a government raorcly on pa par. Our actual pccunlnry Interest in it is second only to that of tho pooplo nnd government of Spain. It Is reasonably estimated that at least 530,000,0:0 to KO.COO.OCO of Amerlopn capital uro Invested in plantations und In railroad, mining and other businoss enterprises on tho iHlnnd, Tho volumo of trad a between tho United States nnd Cuba, which In 1889 amounted to about fCl,CCO,000, roio In 1893 to nbout JIC3,0C0,C00, nnd In 1691, tho year boforo tho present Insurrection broko out, amount-t- o nearly S 00,000.000, Besides this largo pecuniary stako In tho fortunes of Cubn, tho United States llnds ltsolf Inextricably Involved In tho present contest In othor ways both vexatious and costly. Many Cubans rosldo in this country and indirectly promoto tha Insurrection through tho press by public meetings, by tho purohnsonnd shipment of nrms, by the raising of funds nnd by other means, which tho spirit of our institutions nnd tho tenor of Do Not lVrralt Our To bo mado tho subjcot of criminal prosecu' tions. Somo of them, though Cubans nt heart and in all their feelings nnd interests, havo taken out pnpers ns naturalized citizens of tho United Stntes, a proceeding resorted to with a vlow to possiblo protection by this government, and not unnaturally regarded with much Indignation by tho country of tholr origin. Tho Insurgents nro undoubtedly encouraged nnd supported by tho widespread sympathy tho pcoplo of this country always and Instlncttvoly feel for ovory strugglo for bottor nnd freer government, and which, In tho caso of tho moro odventorous and restless clemonts of our populntlon, leuds In only too many Instances to uctlvound personal participation In thd contest. Tho result Is thnt this government Is constantly called uron to protect American citizens, to claim damages for Injuries to persons nnd proncrty, now estimated nt many millions of dollars, and to nslc explanations and apologies for tho nets of Spanish officials, whoso zeal for tho roprosslon of robolllon sometimes beImmunities tho to thorn blinds unoffending citizens longing tho to power. It follows from the same of a friendly causes that tho United Stntes is compollcd to actively pallco a long lino of sea coa3t against conso-Quonpro-tonof Affairs lu Turkey. At tho outset of a reference) to tho more Important matters ulTcctlng our relations with Ivs ing. ICaiskii Wimielm is oxtondlng his idea of artistic collaboration. He is now said to bo at work on a historical drama which a young poet of Wois-baden will put into Gorman verso for him. Tub period of a "generation" has been lengthened; It used to bo 30 years; and later increased to 34; now a scientist snys tho average term of human life bus increased in tho last 51 years from . 84 to 42 j o u-s- nnd considerations of philanthropy and humanity in gonoral, havo led to a vohomont in vnrlous quarters, for somo sort of positive In'.orvontlon on tho part of tho United Statos. 8pnln Should Offer Autonomy. It would seem that if Spain should offer to Cuba gcnulno autonomy a monsuro bf homo rulo which, whllo preserving tho sovereignty of Spain, would satisfy all rational requirements of hor Spanish subjects thero would bo no just reason why the pacification of tho Island might not bo effected on that basis. Such n result would appear to be In the truo Interest of all concerned. It would at once atop the conflict, which li now ooniumlng the toe punnncmenf oi the convicted In Unltod Statfi ' eourts of violation of federal laws. whw)i for many years has beon a subject et live recommendation, has at last to a ex sllg extent been realized by tho .utilization . s of aunnaonea military prison at rort Lea worth as a United States penitentiary, Th h certainly a movement In the right in; but it ought to be at once supple-b- y dtr the rebuilding or extensive en- t oi mis improvised prison ana the :tlon of at least one more, to be lo- By provision of its cnarter, depositors are as fully protected as are 'tho southern states. The capacity of vsnworth penitentiary is so limited depositors in National Banks, its shareholders ibeing Jield individually ) expense a of its maintenance calou-per capita rate upon the number of naoie to tne extent oi tne amount oi stocu uierein at me par vaiue rs it can accomodate, does not make thereof in addition to the amount invested in such slnres: It may act omlcal nn exhibit as It would it It Professed Willingness to Grant Kefcmis. ,,lnrger and better adapted to as Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an individual. Tho objection on behalf of the insurgents purposes; but I am thoroughly con-ththat promised reforms oan not be relied upon economy, humanity and a proper must, of course, be considered, tlieWh we responsibility and duty toward those no right to assume, and no reason fori have 5 punish for violations of federal law.. LIABILITIES. HKSOtmfiES. assuming, that anything Spalnt undetMkes, ' thjt the 'ederal government should -- yf.iL' dci fnr thn rnllrf nt CtlbA will not hA Vaua s S?f)0 000 00 l-- ,,n.M In. In rn,h ?? Pnn.fnl s entire rontrol and management of LKianS. anu iMSCOUniS VA Dvprilrnltn 3.UKU ' cording to both tho spirit and tho letter at Ut Itentlares whore convtetod violator .'. 1,022 50 Surplus fund 20.427 7a Stock nnd Ilonds undertaking, fined. n.. r.m hi r.oo 71 Nevertheless, realizing that ausplelj 114,667 2!) tTlie Pott Office Department. 5,'600 00 Bue depositors Banking house nnd'iot""'.".".'..'.'. precautions on the part of the weaker ist office department Is In good condi :.. 800 00 tjub t0 bants Furniture nnd Fixtures 2.477 89 combatants ore always natural SBd mado of Its operations j axes anu expenses paiu tio exhibit ways unjustifiable being sincerely uui in tho fiscal year ended Juno 30, 1890, If Cash 16,333 06 In tho Interest of both as well M on oels made for Imperfections In tho account that tho Cuban uroblem ppllcablo to it, is very satisfactory. $336,972 90 $336,072 00 solved with tho least possible de! Irccclpts during tho year wero 183- ,Intimated by this government to I ino ioiui expenuuurcs were mont of Spain somo months ago of $1,659,827, whloh was satisfactory measure of home rule. Qfi the Paciflo railroad for transporta-redtte- d ucrcd tho Cuban Insurgents ana w on their debt to the govorn- coptod by them upon a guaranty of' W. A. Carpenter, Millcdgeville, Ky here was an Increase of receipts ovor J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, Ky tlon, tho United States would end viousyear of 15,610,089.21, or 7.1 per John M. Hail, Stanford, Ky. Jno S. Owsley, Stanford, Ky. a way not objectionable to Spall I d an lncrcaso of expenditures of W,- " Ing such guaranty. " Jno. F. Cash J. E. Lynn or 4,4.3 por cont. Whllo no dollnlto responso to th " " 11.079,950.19 less than, that or S. Emory, William Gooch, cltwas tlon has yet boon received from tl lug year. The chief expenditures V H. Cummings, Preachersville, Ky. govcrnntcnt, it Is believed to bo ndt postal service aro regulated by law and unwelcome, whllo, ns already sugge: the control of tho postmaster gen- - S. reason is perceived why It "should no L All that ho oan accomplish by tho most proved by tho Insurgents. Neither pari iful admlnlstrntlon and economy Is to M. inn 10 sco mo ob nromnt and thorouch collection end Importance of Early Action solicit all havinir business in bank to call or write us. and 'ihtlng for public moneys and suoh minor7 and both must reallzo that. to pro! tfa In small expenditures and in letting Hhey will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier prosont stato of things for even a short ..Contracts for post office supplies and will add enormously to the tlmo and labor' . Vrvke, which aro not regulated by stat- oxpendlturo necessary to bring about r-dustrlal reeuneratlon of ths lslandIt Ftrni Products Export, thorcforo fervently hoped, iqjj'all,. grounds' rctiry ro ports that tho valuo of our . during tbo fiscal year amounted to breach between Spain utidth"e Insurgent Cu- -; id, an lnorcase of M7,000,ooo over tho bans, on tho lines abovo Indicated, may.be at ledtately preceding. onco Inaugurated and jiusbed to a successful DEALER IN- atoment Is not tho loss welcomo be- Issuo. Tho friendly offices of the UnltftC-- ' 'tho fact that, notwlthstand-- h States, cither In tho manner above outline? Increase the proportion of or In other wnv conslstont with. our cout 'J agricultural products to out and laws, will always be l,UodIj(t stltutiun ts of all descriptions foil off during ,, posalof oltljer party. , fTjj Tho benefits of an lncrcaso in ag- Vrnc7urln Ilnundary Question, rp xports being assured, the decreaso oounaary- question m ine Venezuelan rtlon to our total exports Is tho ceased to bo a matter of difference betwi ring when we consldor that It is Great llrltain and the United States, th etp. nflttsiMke fact that suoh total exports for respective governments having agreed npei caked more than 175,000,000. mo suosiantiai provisions or a treaty Deiweea and increasing exportation of our I AM SELLING GOODS LOWER THAN THEY WERE EVER 1 products suggests the great use-th- o Groat llrltain anil VenczueU submitting the wholo controversy to arbitration The proorganization lately established SOLD BEFORE IN MT. VERNON. treaty aro so eminently Just and tWBMjX rtment for thd purpose of giving to visions of tho fair that tho ussent of Vcnezuola thereto Bay farming pursuits reliable In- - My Store is on the Comer of Main Street and Tayloi Avenue, Near ed In confidently bo nntlclcitcd. lf. neernlng the. condition, noeds and Negotiations for a treaty of general arbitraThe Presbyterian and Baptist Churches. different foreign markets. tion for Ml differences botweon QreatBrHJa. I'rrseutTurlft United-Mat- o New Hard Time- aro'furadranye&iuxdS -- recur'totho statements olse- and tho promise, to reach a successful consum'matlon whero mado concerning tho government's reat nn early data. ceipts and expenditures for tho purposo of 1'rcsrrvntloii of Seal I.lfo. venturing upon somo suggestions touching Wo have, during tho las-- t jear, labored our present tariff law and Its operation J faithfully against unfavorable conditions, to This statuto took effect on tho 28th day of socuro batter preservation of seal life in the August, 1891. Whatever may bo its shortUchrlng sea. Doth tho United States and comings as a completo mcasuro of tariff lately dispatched commisGreat llrltain havo It must be conceded that It has opened sioners to theso waters to study the habits the way to a freer and greater oxchango of and condition of tho seal herd and tbo causes commodities botweon us and other countries, Upon tho reports of and thus furnished a wider markot for our of tholr rapid decrease. theso commissioners, soon to bo submlttod, products and manufactures. w Ith tho oxcclso of patlcnco and good sense and The only 'cntiro fiscal year durln? which on tho part of all Interested partlos. It is earnthis law has been In forco ended on tho 30th c new may bo day of June, 1890. In that year our Imports estly hoped that hearty secured for tho protection against threatened increased over thoso of the previous yoar Good extinction of seal llfo In tbo Northorn Paoiflo more than 10,500,000, while tho valuo of tho doand Ilchrlng seas. me mestic products wo oxported and which found markets abroad, was nearly $70,000,030 moro Life Having Service. From tbo llfo saving servlee tt la reported than during the preceding year. Thoso who insist that the cost to our people that tho number of disasters to documented vessels within the limits of its operations of articles coining to them from abroad for during tho year woa 437. These vessels had their needful use should only bo increased on board 1,003 persons, of whom 4,!03 were through tariff charges to an extent necessary saved and 13 lost. Tho valuo of such vessels to meet the expenses of the government, as Is estimated at 18,880, M0 and of thetrcargoes well as thoso who claim that tariff charges may bo laid upon such articles beyond tho ne73,840,380, making tho total valuo of property Imperiled ?12,7J0,5M Of this amount tll.Mi,-T0- 7 cessities of government revenuo, and with the wrrs saved and 11,432,750 was lost. Sixty-seve- n additional purpose of so Increasing their prlco of tho vcssols. wero totally wreoked. in our markets ns to glvo American manufacThere woro besides 243 casualties to small un- turers and producers better and moro profitadocumented craft, on board of which there ble opportunities, must agree that our tariff woro 691 porsons, of whom 687 were saved and laws are primarily Justified as sources of to onablo tho government to meet the 7 woro lost. necessary expenses of Its maintenance. ConOur Army. sidered as to its sufficiency in this aspect the Tho roport of tho secretary of war exhibits present law can by no means fall under Just satisfactory conditions in the several branches of tho public service Intrusted to his condemnation. I bolleve our present tariff law, if allowed n chnrgo. Tho limit of our military force, as fair opportunity, will in the near future yield fixod by law, Is constantly and readily maina revenue, which, with reasonably economical tained. Tho present discipline and morals of our army aro excellent, nnd marked progress expenditures, will overcomo nil deficiencies. The Deficit Nord Not Disturb Us. and efficiency aro apparont throughout its organization. In tho moantlme no deficit that has ocand With tho oxcoptlon of dellcato duties in the curred or may occur noed cxclto or dissuppression of slight Indian disturbances turb us. To meet any such deficit we havo in the) along our southwestern boundary, in whloh treasury, in addition to n gold rescrvo of ono tho Moxlcan troops and tho com.VI pulsory but peaceful return, with the consent hundred millions, a surplus of moro than ono millions of dollars of Groat llrltain, of u band of Croo In- hundred and twenty-olgdians Montana to tbo Drltlsh appllcablo to tho payment of tho expenses of from possesslous, no nctlvo operations have been tho government, and which must, unless for that purpose, remain a unless required of tho army during tho yoar past. hoard, or, if not extravagantly wasted, must During tho past year tho work of constructWe carry Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, ing pormanont infantry and cavalry posts has In any ovont be perverted from the purposo of its exaction from our people. been continued at tho places herotoforo desigOils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancj nated. The secretary of war, ropoats his recMonetary Iteform. Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &-- . Prescripommendation, that appropriations for bar1 am more convinced than over that wo cat racks nnd qunrtors sbould more strictly con- have no assurod financial pcaco and safety tions carefully compounded at all hours. form to tho noeds of tho servlco ns judged by until tho govornmont currency obligations Give us a call lor goods usually kept in a tho dcpar.'mont rather than respond to tho upon which gold may bo demanded from tho first-clas- s wishes nnd Importunities of localities. drugstore. treasury are withdrawn from circulation and Erection and Armament of Fortification. cancelled. This might bo dono. as has been Dm ing tho past year rapid progress has heretofore recommended, by tholr exchange been mado toward tho completion of tho for bonds bearing a low rato of Inschemo adopted for tho ereotlon and armaterest or by their redemption with tho proment of fortifications along our sea coast, ceeds of such, bonds. whllo equal progress has been mndq In proEven If tho United States notes known as viding tho matorlal for submarlno defense In greenbacks were thus rollred, It la probably connoction with theso works. that the troasury notes Issued In payment of It Is peculiarly gratifying at this time to silver purchasos under tho net of July 14, 1890, nolo tbo great ndvanco that has boon made now paid in gold when demanded, would not In this Important undertaking slnco tho date crcato much disturbances, as they might, cond of my annual messago to tho from tlmo to tlmo, when received In tho treasgress at tho opening of Its second session, In ury by redemption in gold or otherwise, be Deccmbor, 1893. At that tlmo I informed tho gradually and prudently roplaced by silver congress of tho approaching completion of cola This plan of issuing bonds for tho purposo nino 12 inch, 0 10 Inch and 31 eight Inch high power steel guns, and 75 IS lnoh rtflod mor- of redemption certainly appears to bo tbo most eflectlvo nnd direct path to tho needed retars. Illg Guns. form. In default of this, howovcr, it would bo a step Slnco that tlmo the number of guns actually oomplotcd has been Increased to a total of SI in tbo right direction if currency obligations 61 high power redeemable In cold, whenever so redeemed, 60 guns sbould be cancelled Instead of being brcoch-loadln- g stcol guns, 10 rapid-flr- o $200,000. rifled mortars. In addition This operation would bo a slow remedy, but it and 80 would improvo present conditions. aro in process of construction one thoro 27 60 National banks Bhould redeem tholr own typo gun, to rifled mor- notes. They sbould bo allowed to issue circuhigh power guns, nnd CO tars; In all 418 guns and mortars. During the lation to the par valuo of bonds deposited as W. Ilaydeu, K. L. Tanner, J. H, Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Rejd eamo year, immediately preceding tho mes- security for its redemption and tho tax on J. T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, sago referred to, tho first modorn gun carriage their circulation sbould bo reduood to of one per cent had been completed and II more wero in proJ. S. Hockcr and M. J, Miller. cess of construction. All but ono were of tho Judoes havo often very knotty We solicit the accounts of the citizens ot Rockcastle and adjoining typo. Theso, howovor, wero not such as to secure necessary cover for tbo artillery gun-no- points to decide. In a recent caso an counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business against tho intense fire of modern ma- immenso amount of argument was exintrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view" chine rapid flro and high power guns. over tho question - last jlsoal year. The ownership and manage-vat- L meat uy the government of penitentiaries for worK(uono under his supervision during tha ' THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST CO M PAN Y; Successors to the Lincoln. National Bank. STANFORD. OK KY. , .&$ "JJ at Condition March 5, 1895. ni.. Directors. J H. SHANKS, President. BWe W. J, B. OWSLEY. Cushior BRIGHT, Teller. PENNINGTON -- - awK fHitm TO5b GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Goods and Prices I,v. Call and See Me THE RILEYProprietor, HOUSE P. RIIvEY, B. LONDON, - - KENTUCKY. Hotel ar am better prepared I have moved to my Livery at than ever to accommodate the public. call tached and every convenience desired. Give The Sambrook Hotel, Convenient to railroad station. Rates reasonable. Porters meet all trains. rev-on- us Livingston Druggists Ky cn-tl- ra Pharmacists. ht ed C.& D.N. WILLIAMS Mt. Vernon, Ky. I" long-ter- fifty-thir- First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Surplus Capital Stock $23,100 h, -- DIRECTORS- one-four- th rs Tho attorney general presonts and inttrettlng statement of th whether a pended United States l'enltentlmrUf. a detailed, tooth, after being drawn, is tho prop- Important 'erty of the dentist or his vintim. to business relations, respectfully invited. J. S. HOCKER, Pres. JNO. J. McROBERTS, Cashier. .,.. MKll 4 fi3te fi! r" fH, ;i v v J 1 a; VJVWUM - 9 1 ('mfWIWfTttiiifBm.u 4MJuwsmLv3iaim,wutnyrsgsawma3a3mmraiuj8.iMAjvvvarK sb&&t: m rfa cmcrji'AT" a 1$. Vernon Signal Four saw mill arc located in the neighborhood. II. Calvin ovn$j , LIVINGSTON. v M aud Mrs. R. S. Martin are in Tunctjou City. Mt Vernon m fe)KSfc two, R. Ried one and R. Swinford 1 ynf 111 ( -. l J . I ', ! I -- , I 1j i. . 1. .. u -- . Rev. Tinesley was in Brodhead LT Ml Our public school closed" Friday. a few davs since. -' - WJ Friday, Dhckmhkr i i, 1896. the other and all doing a good Geo. Worman-ibusiness. at Stanford this IN CONNECTION WITH CENTR1S COI,UvGK. Miss Berda Martin was down Published every Ft iday by new building in going up week. One frouMaretburg, Sunday. with prospects ior othcts. Lou Gra and wife are now house JAMES MARET. 1, Miss Klla Watson, of Crab Hotel accommodations are fur- kccping guest of Brodhead Orchard, is the $I.0O nished by our old time friend and SUBSCRIPTION ONK YKAU Henry Fosset,,of Paris, wafmu citizen, Win. Wood, relatives. A town Monday. to rea; 111s menu I DK I A Advertising rates made known on who knows how Rev. Owens, of Quail, was a Geo. and JeffHardin have moved aud the traveling public. application guest of J. F. Watson and family Wildie has a large Hade in all to Hazle Patch. last week. . L. iVI. lines of general merchandise. It Everett Sorrel, of Rowland, was ANNO UNCEJlRNTS. Mrs. LotuPurcell aud Miss Florfurnishes a scpoe of country lying in town Sunday. ence Griffin of Maretburg, were well as the sur eat of them as Miss of Brodhead, down Saturday. rounding country. They have is visiting Mrs. Henry Rice. Vt'urt niithoriitl tornnounco G men and no Mr. Owen Jarrett has gone to WALLACE LASWELL Mr. Ware, wife and children o Lebanon where he will be em- in the Asa niiitlidate fcr Slii'ilft' of Koc'ccnMlu better citizens are found Somerset, are visiting John Pope's ployed hi the spoke factor. Count, subject to the action of the Ih'pub-lica- county. The farming community "'$" paity. immediately surrounding the place family. Mrs. J. H. aud Martha Albright A COMPLETE STOCK Telegraph Orders promptly attended is second to none in the county. Mrs. M. Butram, after a pleasaty (attended the birthday dinner given "WcMU'cnutlioiiftl to announce Wildie is strictly in It with our visit with relatives here, returnajhlby Mr- - Sam Whitehead on the 7th. o Also dealer in HARNESS, SADDLERY &c. aotf TILMAN GILPIN other towns and her people think home Monday. As a rmullilati' for Jnlicr of Rockcastle counJ, Mr. an- d Mrs, D. R. Thompson ty M:lijcct to the action of the Republican they are just a little ahead of most Misses Cleo Mullins and LizziVift&l Mrs! R. D, Thompson attended party. of them. It's a good place and we Browning were visiting .at Fields the Burial of Mrs. Gentry, Sunday. like the citizens. They have our f PmEt Mill, Sunday. trs. W. H Gentry, daughter of sincere wishes for continued prosQ. Cable, died at her home near perity. Clarence Stucky, of Louisville i Do you appreciate the prvilege of buying the a competent was visiting his brother, Harry Coddingtou, Bmdkcad on Friday night, Dec. 4, above lines of goods at factory prices. fehi leaves a host ot friends aud The name WITHKRS, stands for fair dealThe Wonders of this Tliviv- - teacher, will close the public school on the 14th hist. Mr. Phillips, ings and low prices Others quote low prices, Will Mullins. Jr., and Chart relatives who mourn the loss of a me: M.. n j mv WITHKRS more than quotes them. We teachwho is known as a dear friend and sister who could Cooper have gone to Crab Orchar make the prices low in order to protect you er, has arranged to open a select for a 1 be excelled in kindness. week's visit. against installment houses, and high priceit the first monopolies. Is 'old 1)y Our Editor who school there A.onlarge numberMonday Lou Pettus, of Crab Orcharo ORLANDO. of puin January. - i Paid It a Visit. has opened up a long needed wan pils have already enrolled. coal supply is from banks a drug store, here. Mr.vMary Helton is improving. Undertaker, Embnhucr. Telegraph orders) A Ben Brununit, who has beed' ANIORD, KY by and hauled in by wagon. j ' The gem of Roundstone Valley," near MatpMcNew is very sick this receive prompt attention. very sick for several mouths raxxxMnji jgrajr.BagiejtM is very fine quality. eelcR Wil lie, was visited by the Signal It a rheumatism, is better. edi or on last Saturday, V. th Hundley has gone to Clay in his Mrs. Will and Mrs. Chas. Star round up for news, subscribers, mty. PrrrsnuRG. The editor in his advertisements and job printing. rounds to hustle up business, drop- are visiting Iriends and relatives i ames Auglin is building on Main He was amply paid for for the trip. ped over to Pittsburg, Saturday another part of the State. street. For Everything in Tom Stewart, the lumber King morning. Took a ride with his James McGuire and entire famil Born; To the wife of Peyton of ihc K. C, took possession ol us old iriend, Jim Reynolds, engineer have been very sick for severa1 taugford a boy. and looked after our comfort. on the little locomotive, out to the weeks, but are now improving. v 11.11 Woods and others, of our mines a distance of two miles. It .There is an opening for a good Services at Flat Rock, Saturday He will give you better bargains than can be secured f anywhere. numerous Iriends, extended courte- vas quite an exciting experience and Sunday next sies and accommodations which on a little narrow gauge running at subscription school here now so 'as, to keep the boys and girls out' of A fine boy brightens the home v anti:d-si:vi:- ual FAiTiiriTL men we appreciated times, as it appeared to us, at the mic:r1iirr or women to travel for rcsDonslble r ' .,,;.orf Air. ana iirs. w, r. unesnut: Looking over the business inter- rate ot forty mites an TSO, tuiynbla house hi Kentucky. hour, X $15eeklyanilei)cncs. Posidon permanent. R.A. Sparks spent Sunday lt ests of the place, we found Bert around cuives as crooked as your The prawn daughter of Toel Cnf-- Ileferenee. Knclose ntunjied luilllu, n i Haves in his barber shop looking elbow. Eveu at that rate of speed tvtiil&b. WlllUlli UlUUU 1U "fee died a few days' since of fever. envelope. Ihc National, Starniigt&Gm. Chlcngo. alter the comfort of hU customers we managed to rake in three sub- - better stay at home or he will los TO CUnEA COLD IN ONE DAY. tig A switch has been surveyed and his A and selling customers scrjbers before reaching the mines his pirl Take Laxative Rromn Quinine HORSE-SHOEINftihe rock auarrv will be opened Tablets. All druggists refund tho SPECIALTY; cigars, tobacco ana gro cenes and when we arrived at the depot, Col. R. G. Williams s"the hand&f:.... money if it laite to cure. 25c. Bert is a good boy and will succeed. and after less than two hours some and talented'? "young lawyer wn My new shop is on Taylor Avenue A bos. supper was had at Flat Yanti:ds?-vi:ua- l Our reporter, M. R. Jones, has work, we carried away twelve of Mt. Vernon, was here last week near the Baptist church. mkn Rock church Saturday night for the talilfslic-i- house In Kentucky. Salary left Wildie lor Conway. May good names and the money for our pa- on business. expect Cash for Cash horse- $7Wt benefit of the Sunday School. It lujnble 415 Meekly mid expenses. Position shoeing, luck attend him. per, some job Work and more enBud Cockrell says "advertise in was a success. ocrinniiput. Pefeienee. Itieloic n Hayes & Wood are doing a thriv- couragement for future visits. the Signal." He has found Hardieted htnmprd envelope. TIio National 'm. i.vt'j.m i" j y , ing business in general merchanG. W. Baker, our countyman, ry Bowman and recovered the rain jMiss Dora Salyers gave a candy Star Jttiildinu Clueio. dising. They also do a big line of is with the Peacock Coal Company gratis l&Uw f party to quite a number of her only advertised once. orders; rublici stamp of Uclr mui nnmc fr work in cross ties and shingles and as general salesman and of course coat aud friends Wednesday night All re marking tlulrunn dohl i., luuUs uC Wiltcplala-- 1 arc solid people. James and Henry Delph who port a vivacious time. ttnmp lo ccfray is giving general satisfaction. His and t.icIucfoMrFotntt': II. l !MA NAHP, 16 Arcotlc Fish & Johnson are doing a fine salary has been raised during the moved to Madison county last year, Jasper Reams an intelligent Clncinnatf, UIiiu, Auents w.tntcil !r Kutilicr stampn business at their general store. Mr, last few days. George reudered us have returned and say that Rockyoung man of our neighborhood, rubber (jpe, nnl, 'atcrs. nlilu letter Un "Hut- castle is good enough loi them. STlCAM and WATER Pll'U FITTING tied CkiUKUjr fur CaUrrh aud pnln, clecttltbeiu Johnson was well and iavorably much assistance in our work. f x says that he is the most ,.,. miM. CCC. Write for agents tcrnn. o known here while clerking for run This paper has arranged to have John Mullins has sold out his man living; but refuses Good advice; Never leave home Pumps and Pump ReBaker & Son and of course he will alettter from Pitssburg each week store to R. E. Thompson, who will tfygive the reason. It is thought on a jeurne without a bottle of draw trade wherever located. pairing a Specialty. after this date aud our friends will open a meat market in connection that he has had some disappointChamberlain's Colic Cholera and W. II. Jones has a large and com- be furnished with the local happen- whh the store. He will be assisted ment. Diarrhoea Remedy, For Sale by plete establishment across from ings. W. V. Jones, Rcbt. Randall, by Win. Elkins, of Stanford. mil I'TIIMIMIII M. 2. &. I). N. Williams. Mt. DISPUTANTA. the depot. He keeps cveiything W. C. Webb, J. W. Cox, A. I,. F Who can think Livingston thinks Rockcastle of some simple carried in agenerd store and can't Delph, Mart Lunce, J. T. Fred-ricktlttntr tn nntnntt Vernon. K.; aud V. A. Beazley Protect your fdrasi thT may bring you weaUti. county is amply able to to pay for Wrlto JOHN W1UDCIIUUUN &. Sou, Crab Orchard, Ky. CO., help but succeed with tha energy neys. yasJilnBton, D. C.for thlr al.KX) prito offer J. L. Sewall, J. A. Griggs, building the iron bridge, donated I R, G. Williams was over from ana list of two liuudrcd lnTomlous wanted. He also Chas. Schweingruber, G. L. Moore he shows in his work. After i lui expavl : tli oitltl u; wbt tako by the L. &. N, railroad over Mt. Vernon last week. handles a great many cross ties and others subscribed. iTii ! ir Roundstone. How about if Judge SQuite a crowd was out to prayer a do&our twe of l)r, !JjUb IMmo t ThHJlono y Wd'io mul fortify yotrjjli i.ji uit c(dd. and posts Mart Lunce,. formerly of this meeting Wednesday night. lrmedioj known to of the must cllluaious Frank Helton does the horse- place, is bring and braking for Jim Bethurum? bcicnec for cough, coldb iiuU luclplcnt shoeing and blaeksmithing for 'the Reynolds on the Pittsburg Coal James Maret, our clever editor, JJ. J. Martin and J. Waddle, noted XUNDERTKr-Rcommunity and is a good man. was in town Saturday, soliciting sliingle dealers, were here this week Co , line. L T. Stewart, everybody knows idea you James Landruin, who has been subscribers, job work and adver- &Miss Sallie Swinford aud Rica Wanted-- An him as Tom. is the K. C lumber night operatoi here for a long tising lor his valuable paper. Mack Baker spent Thanksgiving with ProtectJOHN VMUllilUitntN A onne Patentwoaun. your iiieftut mr way CO.. Attor. Write yanhlnRtou, I). 0., for their 1,00 prlio offer king and no better man and citizen time, has been appointed agent at Moore says since Mr. Sparks neri.Uflt of two Uuuaroti laTcntioua wanted and Miss UUie Butner, of wildie. can be found 111 this or other coun- Mt. Vernon. Mr. t,. is a good Mr. Maret to him so plainly wfofv MaIcioii Torrnn. n Motlin. handles man and Pittsburg people recoup he will know him at any time. try than he. Tom dist minister, of Loudon, will be all the lumber gotten out between mend him to Mt. Vernon citizens Rev. James Walton and family gm a protracted meetingat Scaffold Sinks and Richmond; besides Pine as a deserving person. have moved to Hyden, Ky. Bro. Cane the 2nd Sunday inst. Hill, Mt. Veinon and other points Walton aud his estimable wife will Mis, Loretta Ogg, with her two on the L. & N,, and when he does be missed, both trom social and GOOCHLAND. business; with you, you always get children. Robcit and Hazel is church circles. John Walton went a few days with her parjustice. May he and more like to Hyden with his brother and says spending 1 live to bless our county with .Mis. Allen Ketrou him, Kept of all sizes and different Preaching here Sunday next. that Hyden is 40 miles east of sun ents, Mr. aud styles. vJloth Covered Draped s heir presence ,, H zrn,7Sirriiyij-ii.- l near wildie. Miss Dora King was up from rise. s Jivr.rts'fiaci&.f . th Caskets, Robes, L,inen BosC. A. Keltou, the gentlemanly B w, A. uiacK nas recently spent Berea Saturday, oms, Cuffs and Collars, Wonder who writes for The Sig and accommodating railroad agent anew days with Mr. Geo. Jones, of a wciWMiN and telegraph operator had his of J. w. Phillips was at Mt, Vernon nal from Livingston? WLv of lonwav, and repents that he was m JMrirAr j a All orders by telegraph &j a r3 "kHWW a Saturday on legal business. st . e course, 'lis. Frisk Silvkk lice neatly decorated with cedar aud promptly 'utcMulcd to day yu) vwy kiucliv cutcrtntued by is 4rti tVTrfVy other everg! eens. Mr. K. is a Grover McGuire and wife visitind night. noble and generous family, 1 tu staunch friend of the Signal aud ed relatives near Wildie last week, (T"V xssa South side Aluin 't, !t. Vtrnon, Kyt 3 BRODHEAD. ft As tho boll.hnor cnablea tho 4 has extended many courtesies to mariner to mold sunlcen iocI;s and Mr. aud Mrs. McGuire, of Bate- sliouls, ho Dr. ilell's our paper, Mrs. K. visited th? ville, visited relatives here, LlAa . 50 YEARS wards oil' the nerlouH rouso last q n on ccs ot n coutfh neglected. EXPERIENCE. It office while we were there and Little Eliza Pike is qute sick. fctops tho conuh mid cures the cause. week. was seriously uuected u Itli a counh for "I Charlie is to be congratulated hi SlycjiHi. Paid hundreds of dollars tutloc Mrs. Uaunie Owens is convales torsftndfoi mitliolne, but everything (ailed Misses Cora and Eflie McGuire Manufacturers winning such a prize, as noted in until I tried Jr. llell's Thlq wonderful remedy saved my Itfe." of Lime and brick. late rsqorts in this paper of his re- were the guests of Eller and Addie cent. J. II. KOSEL, GranUburff, 111. Phillips, Sunday last. cent maniagc. BELL'S They also furuishw Lime, Building Ernest Warren is with Brodhead TRADE MA mt), J. Smith is pumper for the railAnglin accompanied by friends. Stone, either quarry face or cut. DESIGNS, Moses COPYRIGHTS &c. Pine-- T er-Hon- ev road tank. The pump is nearly his sfelei. Nannie, was the guest of Orders promptly filled. Mr, Isaac Snodgrass was at home Anvrtnn nndlnf n ntfotrh mid description HII1T qulcklyasceitaln, frco, whether an Invention u half mile away from tank which is1 Mrs. Nora Anglin, Sunday. prouauiy naiemnoiu. iihuhiuuiuuuho Is a Kuarantevd euro lor last week. confldontl il. Oldest aeency forccurln patontu all throut, lurut and cbffat AT? located near the depot. The railTAlTirrUJ, MRNT in America. Wo lino a WasliliiRtpn otilco. troubles.lncludlngabtlnua, IMtHits tukon tlirouuli Jluim X Co. rccclvo or women to travel I'.irrf siwinlL !,.... Peter Heron died Tuesday night 'M spocijUiotlcoln tho bronchitis, Miss Susie Ballard, of Cooks In Urlppe, ' road company has been talking of blnUhud Jiousu In KtMitnrUy. fealaij .s;s, whooping cough, croup. CCIEI1TIFIG AMERICAN, luyahlo 15 nn.l 'i)nses. rosnnm buying Will Woods1 property tor a burg, was the guest of her sister, of dropsy. or iciil mn rreclpt of rlco l lm Th K. H. Sntlirrlan.l tiMuttftlv iin i, tlrd. hrpot circulation of Tm fl O Plnrlr. .Qn!tir1m jicrinnnont. Rumum nn1 ICnc1ov kK-um llriltrln In. l'i1iifh. Lr. m r section lxmse, William Smith !.cpk,y,tc,rvflii wmfi school Miss J. L. Reynolds' Tho N .tloii.nl tliosFcdtemM r IM ix it iihi iiiioii cviii"nmiiAMi AVriJtAiXAAiVVAA JHiiMniK, oo.v o.s Sunday. istar Auaa's an Vu section foieman. mmn closes today. s ,cQ ppCv v - Siv -, VI sSi well-know- n Fall Session Opens September i)6. ACADEMIC,' INTERM EDIATE, RTM EN TS and PR MARY Special Normal Work for Teachers. SCROGGS, Principal tt & Iva-Painte- wide-a-wak- e c. m Co McCLARY, UND ERTAER, n STANFORD, CARPETS. KENTUCKY WILDIE. -- FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, CASKETSnAND COFFINS. first-clas- s Wil-die- 's W. nwxgt-T.j- W. WITHERS, 3 SSGO TOSS3 JONAS MCKENZIE THO'S TAYLOR Dry Goods, Clothg, BootsSand SlioeQand GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Cot ? """"-""- A - ir, V d n-w- Blacksmith, M f ,4 1 l Z1 77 clf-u- d nuyJS-Om- rrra t, rs R. F. Salyers !. Roofing, Spouting, and Plumbing, unfortu-nateyoun- g London, Ky. s, F 11 grn Willis Griffin o 'SS tub-scribe- d ."c t WiJj0(ffilSfi3 - oFINE COFFINSo - Zw'Mn u-e- .... 11 Si ITOXMlitm m i MT. VERNOrT LIME COMPANY j -- pk-- ANTKD-hKVint- AFi Mee-M- ' ! 9 if MUNN A CO., Hill Urouduu,, Nctv VoiU. "nlX ." " t ,l; V . tS 1 .f Mt. Vernon Signal j ntTCcronmvso Tffl ITirgSS13PEJnJBHIlJfeCXllgl3IriaClL3CggWEJ1, a - gmMjurrryy5 nwttM3iaitsr Kacstsaan n ftf . Jeff Pennington is buying game accidently shotaind killed by Chas. A and payiiKj good prices. j Harris near Siuks, last night. No I iM'ritiui((i'tii iitto unnitHU nil 'i in Go to S. V. Prcwitt's with your Mt. Vurkoty., Dkc. it, 1896. ; tf&ull line of groceries at hot t particulars. p-egjs and get the cash for them. tonTpridfcs, at II. J. Freeman's. Fntcrcdnttlie lt Vernon, Ky. IVnt office tin SixTKEN-'rO'&fE- : On Saturday mnll ninltcr. S. W. Davis can neatly repair we gained sixteen new subscribers Tne weekly Cincinnati Enquirer and the Signal one year your shoes with an invisible patch. and lost one on account of sending L. & N. LOCAL TIMK CARD f?r i.35. Bring your hides to S. W. Davis him a notice thr'ougb the Day Mall North . 1:39 am "Day Mail Soiith Go to Williams drugstore .and and get a high caah prtcc for them. that he was in arrears t. the paper 2:01 pin Night Hx North.... ...... 2:12 a m buy a nice gold ling,. Necklace or before we purchased it. FAC-S1MS- LE James Russell and Mrs Nannie-HeaNight Ex South 1:06 a m Bracelet. ' Sche ley Smith, a nephew of the TTT, H.JIHI it (to !H "1 were married at this place J. II, Kknnkdv, Agent. editor, of Cleveland, Va., after AregcablcPreparationfor AsSIGNATURE' Williams' drugstore is headquar- Wednesday. similating UicFood nndllcgula- visiting Kentucky relatives, left MASONIC. ters for Dolls, Tin and China - op ting liieStomachs andBowels of Dressmaking by Mrs. A. Pen- mouda last for home, horseback, AOjUikI Lhi1;o No. (J 10 huh In every SVc. Toys for childicn. nington and daughter, near the a nice little animal which was p. tit. Oitil Monday nt S. G. Carson, of Livingston, and Baptist church. tf presented by his uncle J. T. HackCHURCHES. Mac Moore, the barber, enrolled Promotes Digeslion,Checrful-ncs- s lust think! S. W. Davis can fit le of Lincoln. Chilsiifin Ilolih services ;trl Sunday nt (or our paper. and Rcst.Contalns ncllhcr Iter. Joseph Ibd- - their names 11 a in. ami nt !:U0 j. m. your horse in a leather collar f?r We will issue a Christmas OpiurriMorplunC nor Mineral. lou, Mtr. IS ON" THE Fivaof lohn NcviLs children Soc; No. cloth collar 25c in addition to our regular Not 'ris!ilcrun IToldif nvrvlvos on tin JtIi have been admitted to the Masonic Sunday. Uev. I. M, Serous, pastor. Take your hides, feathers, gin- issue the 25th. , It will be mailed Widow's and Orphans' Home. seng, yellow root and produce to so as to reach the offices in the jtetpc cOtdSrSAKVELPIItMR county onthc24. Advertising in 11. J. Freeman has opened up S. W. Prewttt. He pa s cash. Ixm$m Sad' LOCAL OTHERWISE. gilx Senna this sheet, which will be the same a family grocery store on East OF EVERY yf use Seed Manicure Sets, work vases, Cuff size of the regular paper, (4 pages) Main and is doing a nice business. Jiprermiit wCarbonaJtSodof boxes, Comb and brush sets, glove will bo charged for at the very low Xmas cards at Williams' drug Vorn Seed -OU1 Mr. and Mrs C. 1 Ware, of Som- boxes, etc at Williams' drugstore. Clarified Sugar cents per inch. Send us rate of 25 Store. Wtntoyretn ftoixn erset, have been visiting Mrs. your "adjj Parties from Dunkirk, N. Y., and Fresh Ba Kens' bread at II. J. Ware's mother, Mrs. E. Bdllock, of Apcrfcctnemcdy for Constipation, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, othci Eastern States, have ordered See ali announcement of Wallace Freeman's. Level Green. Worms .Convulsions .Fcverish-iies- s our paper to gain information on Laswellfia candidate for sheriff. and LOSS OF SLEEP. Good men to sell oil propects in Rockcastle county. Wantro Come to the Signal office for He is au'oldUiiie Republican and Seating Oil, Soap and Special Lubi Court blanks. Pac Simile Signature of If you have any guttering, roof- means to let 'everybody know that ties on commission. Addfcss S. L. Whitehead is in from Big ing, and woik in that line don't he is a candidate and a man that Traders Oil Co., Cleveland, O. CastoxU h pat up In lottlea only. It NEW YORK. Stone Gap, Va. forget R. L. Salyers, of London. will give the" boys a pretty good '1 net cold la bulk. DcaftsnHo7 auyeno to cell Crudup &Comp.inys quarry at He can give you satisfaction tht&aommation for the anything ow o th )' c: yicnlao that it and fight for For the best and lowest priced vcry pnr- ii "jnst Q3 gocd" rnd " ' Laugford, has closed down (or the office of Sheriffs Our columns aie low prices. groceries go to Ed. IS, Cox. KIT Sco that you ii peje'." Winter. They will open up on a open for other candidates of all We will open about the 12th of parties at Books and games in large quan-- I larger scale in the Spiiug. They EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. 2.50 for each announcehave an immense quarry and do a December the largest line of Xmas ment. Comejon. taties at Williams' drugstore. ' goods ever brought to Mt. Vernon. large business. KKsasss viftrawa Y.&W&J?ZS John Boreiug, of Nashville, is We have received an elegant We very cordially invite the pubGeo. Barclay, of the Conway visiting his brothers and sister at lic to call and sec our stock before line of fine jewelry, composed of neighborhood, who was sent to the place. this Baby Rings, Plain and Set Rings, you buy elsewhere. penitentiary for nine months was Breast Pius, buff Buttons, Scarf M. C. & D. N, Williams. Fay Crudup left Saturday on his pardoned when a message was re Pius, Shirt Studs, Ladies' and bicycle for Nashville, via Stanford, DR. E. J. BROWN TaT The highest market price paid 1 ceived of his wife's death. He had Gent's Watch Chains, Bracelets Glasgow," and other points. for produce: almost served his time. and Necklaces. In fact, a full line Physician and Surgeon, Eggs, per doz J. W. Brown, of Pulaski county, 15c and we guarantee these to be gold Tom Stewart, who bet against Chickens, per lb to 5c ;who has been teaching at Living4 U'.T VERNON, MY and give satisaction. Give us a McKinlcy carrying Kentucky, says Turkeys, per lb 6c ston, passed through here Saturday call, aud'examine our stock before Louisville & Nashville, R he has not lost as McKinley Jacked Green hides, per lb office over Williams' drugstore last en route home. 5 to 6c buying elserthere. one electoral vote of doing so. In A. Pknningtost. M. C. & D. N. Williams. Johu Mullins, Geo. Pope, Walter legal phraseology ih this not a Saunders, Walter Everett, Win. technicality that would hold good? Luther Warren, raised by Judge We hope that those who expect Tlin ORKAT TUROUGII Tubbsand others were up from Carter, of this place, now Super- to enter the Collegiate Institute in W V Jones, formerly of this place, K . Livingston at the Michael trial. UK. A. U. lKJVlULiL, Is running a successful butcher intendent of line construction, etc., the near luture, svill not wait until for W. U, telegraph over the L. & the next term but enter at once or 'Charles Simpson and A. Gusta shop and restuarant at Pittsburg Physician and Surgeon, Vlson was in fiotn the Line Creek He has two splendid shoemakers N. road, passed up the line from at the close of the public schools. TO THK t el w Livingston to Richmond. Saturday .It iJtave mill Sunday and report every sewing machines, Singer t ysr in giving, better MT VCRNOKi KY make, thing in good shape in and around for various kinds of work for sale Of course, we didn't let him escape classification and we think it will iXj J OaiccXoith side Main sticet. 'JS U before adding his name to our al- be better than to remain out of the mill. cheap. ready big list of subscribers school during the month which yet S. W, Davis, our saddler, has reCome! come, everybody and sec X WITH of the first term. Our turned irom Tennessee, accompa- our immense stock of Xmas goods. To our Pittsburg friends we remains depends in great measure progress 30CpG3ccfe nied 'by his handsome half sister, We will take pleasure in showing would say if you will sec J. N. upon the pupils who come to us. Pullman Palace Sleepersj W Wiss Lula Boleyn, who will spend you whether you buy or not. Our Reynolds, engineer for the Pitts We appeal to the citizeus ard U' jJ DR. W. B. PENNY, some weeks here. Louisville to ttock is too large to mention each burg Coal Company, he will tell friends of the school to give us your & X. Nashville S u rg co n D c article. So come and see for your- you what we are doing to run a patronage. tis t Ourwhothy Mrs. Memphis Principal. self. M. C. & .D. N. Williams, for the interest of the peopaper Cleo Brown, has been on the dick Atlanta STANFORD. Y Patrons from a distance given a lib- - ' T. Q Michael, who G, W. Mor- ple. He will take your subscripMontgomery, list for the past week but we arc cnufuscount ah wont guarameeti. Little Rock pleased to see her back in the of- gan had arrested in Loui ills and tion, job work, etc. Mr. G. w Baker Jk .kj,'-Mobile and W. C, Webb and R. CrRaudall fice again. brought here and jailed on the MARKET. New Orleanss would also be pleased to talk Livingston has the best bar- charge of cmbczliug funds of the with you on the subject. Only change to points in All Corrected each week by E. B. COX bers in Kentucky. Mac Moore is firm of Moigan & Michael, butch-crs- friends to our paper, to3CC$S dealer in Groceries, Hardware, Livingston, was discharged becflic orf the most gentlemanly 0 Shoes and produce GW. McCLURE. Breck Graves, of Livingston, haved colored men you will meet on his examining trial, Tuesday. Butter 12 . in many d.y.s 'travel. Attorney J. D. Franklin, for years a loco- seems to have struck a good thing Eggs al Law, . Hi 1.2c .a """ In 'his yard he has found three Chicken motive engineer and lately of the 4 v MTVERNpN, KY Conductors Hawkes, Gioves and A. M.road at Altamout, has ac- mineral springs which ou being FicsliPorlc G7 per ICO Bis .J.00 All business enirustcd to my care O'Day.of the K. C, have our cepted a position with the Cresent tried have cured a number of per- FnIiPork OlHcol will receive moniitt attention Beef 48 iuMl 2nd floor new biicK on church fct. thanks for courtesies shown while Milling Company, Cynthiana, Ky., sons with various stomach diseases iiogs , H4lr . j3 on their road. The K. C. have as traveling salesman. 2 seeking MIGRANTS His head- apd other ailments. Mr. Graves CattleIry JIMvs-i(( S , good people in charge. means to push the matter and see IIWcs green. homes on the line of this quarters will be at Livingston 4 ' tnnrl will rprvMvn cnppiol rntp w rwhat there is in the various waters Onions per lm " where he has rented property. .,rw.. $i 00 See "ad" 'to this issue of the WSee aoenls of this Company I'otntocv, per Iju 40 by having them analyzed. Here's I SX W,for rates, routes etc., write IS counr calendar. Weekly Enquirer which Peter Heron died at Brodhead hoping he may grow rich and the Coin, per bu - Sfc So P Turnips is considered one of the best in the Wednesday of dropsy, and was 35 TsU (J. I'. iVTMORK, U. 1'. A,, be healed. It is claimed by Beans, per bu lf in C3UXTV COl'IlT F ourlh M?w u 00 fc Ohio valley. The Enqtrircr and buried Thursday afternoon with people U cacli month Louisville, Ky, Apples, per bu 75 ' OUAUTi:KLY COURT First Mon- - IJ Signal for $1.35 The Enquirer Masonic honors. The deceased several who have been afilcted that Apples, dry dayin January. Apiil. July and Oc! 2M H they have been cured of troublew n . . $r. tobcr. 75 was for many years foreman of the some ailments by the use of these Shipstuir, per 100 lbs, CIRCUIT COUKT Scconrt Mondiy Tuikeys, dressed, K3C$pGCV 10 V May Un February. Fouith Monday stone gang on the L. & N. and was waters. ' J on foot On Wednesday 8 afternoon oui VT fnnd Third Monday in September & . Tnllou 3 MT viursuN 1'CMU; COURT boyhood frieud, N. M. Shumate, a universally respected for his many Third Monday in each month. The Signal is strictly a local .0. m noble qualities as a citizen. substantial farmer of the Brodhead 4vQ (J flXr county paper and all the news that "VVVb M Complete Stock, Low Prices. neighborhood, was married C to KA Logan DeBord, a son of Fred we can gather through our vv able Mrs. Annie Durnion. May happiVr DeBord, Hamlet, 111., who moved corps of reporters, will appear in Jacob Sambrook, ness be theirs. from Rockcastle 22 years since its columns. Every DEALER IN one knows It. (1, Wlllhms I am now prepared to Clean and My C. C Williams Let the people know that you is visiting his aunt, Mrs Sue Mul- what the politicts of the paper is. j? amily Groceries. W Dye all kinds of Ladies and GenMviivivinwo ec wiwm'uo, w area candidate by making vour lins and other relatives at Living Inasmuch as the campaign is ovei tlemen's garments. T.iuiiifrtlnn. ' Tv v.O " i7j Also ribbons, Mr. DeBord , says 40,000 we deem it best to lay ston. announcement in the papers It Attorneys-at-Luw- , aside parti- feathers, silk and crepe shawls silk :frtc$&r$frc Zpdfac&x: carries weight and often carries the bushels of corn was raised on his sanship as far as practibleand work-t- waists, sua: aresses, &e. Fancy Xi mtvernoh, ky nomination. the best advantage of all con- colored silks and Gents' evening Don't forget the father's farm this year which is VA' fXlinnnn 9nl flnni in nnu- lifinl; tin selling at 15c a bushel. newspapers cerned as we see it is for the bene suits cleaned to took like new by the lj Church Atr tl. .Smvial fittoiitioii hA. ; IVHLLER MOUSE, French Chemical Dry Process & r fed ven to eollertious fit of the people irrespective of horuu tl) Nenconbllofct J J you need any of this kind of We are determined to run the Jam-- s Wood, of Livingsta lost. If f f'i a hor-M HTTHir MILLER. Pron'r. .K, and he advertised in the best local county paper in the party. When the uext campaign work done call at MRS. MARTHA W y Signal. Jim Hayes, at WiMie, mountains and as.ior that matter, is opened we will be ou deck and GRIFFIN FRANKLIN'S Millin-StMTVERNON, Ky give the lisst we have in our shop cry store, Mt Vernon, Ky meet all tr.-jsaw the Md and notified JCSTPortcs Mr.! i" the State. We will have the ja? is VY W f.l f..- - iie.'uic Wood tint he had taken the county news above all else and for our side but continual harping myatfcnt wuOiiuiicrjuu iuen s TT.. iiini- - fi F. FRANCISCO, Propr, IMter.s. Near depot hotseup Advertise in the Signal 'a sprinkling of general news be-t- o by a local paper ou the political i Located at the sides. The encouragement reach the people. we affairs doesn't eouu't for much, in LEXINGTON, KY. J have received is so flattering that jour opinion, and therefore but lit , w xi we have made arrangements iruya me xreigui. A Good Livery r Attached. for tle of it will appear until occasion you want something nice in Furni & r ....11 requires it thee we will jump ou it n o nI V r r rt .1 Meet all Trains, Day and Night. A. H. KVANvS, lauiu ll,wl i"iwiuW k.x.,, uuu vui ture, or any useful present for I with both feet. We are the people. Traveling Men and Railroad yisic every part of the county Christmas. ATTOUNMY- - AT I,AV, V. Call & on Forty-niuIF. actual subscribers have ; men Solicited. Will fur and show the people what For Infants and Children. Wither tantorcl. At', YOU Can xvc nro 1irrf. fnr do nnr T.nWc mi added their names to our list with nish lunches on all Trains. 4i Mt. Vernon, Ky. uirnish your home complete with job work before sending it from in the last sixteen days and more 9 tlalli lsn are on the mourners bench. They Alffcataro aiets. chairs, wall paper, &c .31 u,e county tuty Subscribe foi- tho SIGNAL Room 8, Brick Hotel. :j). of wrAfpcr. jttbt won't to dcrwithout it. only 1.00 a year. , Goto Williams' drugstore buy your wife a nice lamp. and sotrof David Griffin, was msmi rrfl'JTflmn i 'i hi t HEM I post-offic- e 1 THAT THE v . ' 1 M sup-plime- 1 Narcotic. 0 WRAPPER BOTTLE -- ono-rl:- o 'jq-- C .- jit 40y3 , 2CC rcxiV' sr-- A & TRUNK LINE; will-assi&- South and West fe$bK$pc;c xfikxi'M. &3&Q$3:: s. 11 post-mistre- ss, 1 5' Mt Vernon Local :c3 V --- at f Arkansas if '"' -- 2 ana .lexas. 'B' 2 Mxcr l.v. gC30C3CDJC 1 , v . ,.-- .w-.,- ... K " 3 3X3 S$3ecae:c: Steam Dye Works dnn wuv. fec$foK&:fc o rf m - e, ! c f Hotel Frith. DepotS n. RICHARD FAPE, rf , Brodliead, Ky. "4mw ly e CASTOR A - f ,' dUm. v - boc3c'xd-- ' t'JfA , ."-I- ' ; . t ( r T 'rv 'x jirt V l V. Fnlso Witnesses. t Thero nro knaves now nnd tho i mot with who ropicscnt certain local letters and Likut. Thomas Cnusn, And Secure tho Iterating of tho Greatest of poisonous stimuli us identical villi or posWashington, Dec. a Neither sensessing properiles uhlu to those of Uostot-tcr'- s Kentucky, has been mado a captain hj2s Four Dollur Mnsu.lnes for Ouo Dullnr. C23 Stomueli Bitters. and quartermaster by President Clove-lan- ate or houso had a good opportunity of Everybody wants to take The Cen- succeed in lolstliig their Theso s lamps only your money unci sac needless expo cunipounuo st for judging of tho president's message by tury during tho coming your on nceount upon people utineqiialntcdtrashy Uio genuine with now. It Is truo ctonoiny to build tip with js article, which 1j us much their opposito ns Dn. Wilms Gheen Chaio was elected the public reading of it. Mombors and of itsserials,"CumpaignlngwlthUrnnt," is a disease which afflicts over 73 per HM cent, of the American people. It Kb Pt 7 a president of Center collcgo at a moot- senators wero chary in tholr comments written by Grant's friend and staff of- day is to night. Ask and tuko no substitute for dangerous disease because It not only ing of tho board of trustees held at afterwards. A fow expressed them- ficer, Gen. Horace Porter, and the sla, tho grand remedy for malaria, dyspep. poisons the blood butcauses heaviness, constipation, rheumatism and kidney selves as follows: Lexington. opprctslon.and dulls the Intellect. Then novel of tho American revolution, trouble follow chronic headache, loss of appeCongressman Grosvenor (rep.), dtfco: "Hugh Wynne, Free Quaker," in which A. G. SifAiii'LET, clerk of tho female tite, Blow digestion, nervousness, bad DocTon "Now, what did your fathor and Tho treatment of tho Cuban and other breath, ding complexion and low department at tho Frankfort penitenWashington is one of the characters. mother dio of?" Applicant for Lifo spirits. It wilt eventually bring on tiary, and adjutant of tho Second regi- foreigu matters will not bo satisfac- The Century costs $4.00 a year, and "Well. sir. 1 can't say ns 1 exactly liver and kidney disease in some Incurtory able form. But sufferers from this ment, has been tho principal in an of- hopedto thoso who havo so earucstly iruiny people aro clubbing together In remember; but It wasn't nnythlng sorlous.1' The Pest In fact tho Ono Truo Mood Purifier. for the early action of our coundreaded malady are spssdlly ficial investigation which tho sinking groups of four, each one securing the Cheap try tho interest of Excursion to tho West, North nnd oarly cessa- lending of tho magazine ono week in Pills are prompt, efficient and fund commissioners conducted in se- tionin of the wholesaleanmurdor In Hood's " Northwest. tho cret. Tho Investigation has been ' unhappy island of Cuba. Tho discus- the month. On Docombor 1 and 15, 1800, tho North closed, and, whllo no report has been you want The Century in 1897 (ami Wostorn Lino (Chicago & If n Had No Occasion to Uso It. sion of the Cuban question is rather an among Hallway) will sell excursion who does not?) a little, to a There wns recently a public snlc of or will bo made, it is understood Maj. apology for delay and n than your friends will result in work threo largo number of points In tho tickets north Sharplcy will resign. west, finding Warner's SAFE Curo nnd Warner's the effects of a decensed artist, who, the taking of a strong and decisive poand northwest. For full information apply SAFE Pills. Leading physicians the The mule market in Warren county sition. The referenco to tho tariff is others who want it too. Get one dol- to tlekot agents of connecting lines, or adthough he never htul nny money ami world over, have acknowledged- this was always at the ejid of his resources, is active and prices aro better than for far from satisfactory and that portion lar from ench of them( and send $4.00 dress W. U. Kniskhiin, General Passenger fact, and thousands qf people throughout the land have testified to it. managed to nccumnlntc n considerablo many months. of the mcisago which treats of tho to The Century Company, tJiiion square, and Tic1 )t Agent, 0. & N. W. It'y, Chicago, chiefly for use amount of There has been a general and whole- spoils system would bo better under- New York, for a year's subscription. g In his trade. All theso things were sold sale revival in tho busi- stood and fully appreciated if tho pres- Begin with December, and the publishA ttioiiT stnto of heart cannot bo main-- 1 for the benefit of the needy widow. ness of Christian county. ident had frankly stated that he ers will send you the, November num- tallied, without keening a closo 'watch on SAFE Cure puts a atop to backaches, Among the items on the published Jett Bkos., of Carrollton, have de- and his department officers had within ber free, in which these scrinls begin. tho tongue. Barn's Iloru. headaches, constipation, loss of appewns the following eloquent one: cided to put in an electric plant and the past four years swopt out 30,000 There are many dollar magazines, but Fns stopped frco and permanently cured. tite, dyspepsia, tired feelings and sleepNo Ills after first day's uso of I)r. Kllno's lessness. It builds up the exhausted will supply lights to tho merchants. "One money bo, decorated, quite unfaithful and efficient employes of the thei;c"ls;iiothing like The Century, and system. It Is n sure cure for liver and D. B. Oaiuubon, who left Mt. Ster- government for no reason except that by this arrangement it will cost you no Great Ncrvo Restorer. Frco $2 trial bottlo & used." kidney complaint In ony form, ond the treatise. Dn. Ki.i.nis, 1KB Arch 8t.,Phila., Pa. only remedy that has ever been able to ling several years ago and went west they wero republicans and filled their more thun a cheap mngnzlnc. cure Urlght's disease. C. U. St V. Thousand Mllo Tlckots.-On- ly to grow with tho country, is making places with inexperienced and incomRoil down many a man's religion, and it If you nr feeling the need of ouch a 830.00. Youno Medical Student (to clinrltv pa- Uil! bo fotlnd to havo been nothing but remedy, you cannot Jo better than try some progress. Ho has been appointed petent applicants, all democrats, many tient) "I think you must have a Aro good on the following railroads: froth. Ham's Horn. this king of remedies, the great deputy auditor for tho state of Wash- of whom were unfit for tho places thoy kind of a- -a fever, but Our class 1ms only Louisville, New Albany & Chicago; ington. got, and all of whom wero rewarded gono as far as convulsions. I'll cotno In BuTTF.ntiuios como to all cured of aches Michigan Central bet Toledo nnt) Deand pains by St. Jacobs Oil. The saw mills along tho Kentucky for partisanship, cither to themselves a wcolc when wo get to fevers." troit; Torre Ilauto & Indianapolis; l'eoria, Decatur & Evansville; Indiana, river in Breathitt and Leo counties or their friends, and then that the Tho Crop Outlook In South Dakotit fill Don't go with tho crowd simply because Decatur & Western; N. Y., 1 & O. Div. have placed orders with the timber men shield of the civil service law has been 1897. it is a crowd. Hani's Horn. Eric; Dayton & Union; Findlay, Ft. for larger timber supplies than usual used to perpetuate their tenure. amount of rainIt requires Wayne &' Western; Now York, Chicago for tho winter season, and extonsivo Francis C Newlands (sllverito), of fall In South but a small niuturo tho crop. Wnns pain ceases, iio9UfTqrcrovorregrots Dakota to & St. Louis; Toledo, St. Louis & KanNevada, said that no substantial relief, During 1MM South Dakota hud, up to Sep- lho price ho paid for St Jacobs Oil. operations aro expected. sas City; Iialto & Ohio, west of Pittstember Wth, The first heavy offerings of the now ho thought, could be secured by multi- tnoro of rain-fu- threo nnd seven tontlis inches Oun burg and Uenwood, and between any of tho precrop of tobacco wcro made upon tho plying promises to pay gold in the vious sixteen years.than for September SJlli reads. lives aro tho open volumo tho world Pittsburg and Wheeling; also between Slnco shape of bank note. The only thing thero has been added nt least threo or four D. C, Louisville market tho other day. Indianapolis and Washington, via Cincmnat' and Parkcrsburg, for Prices wero strong, much better than to do was to recognize the fact that inches to tho excess, making a gaiu of nearly eight inches moio O. Southcontinuous passage; P. & was expected, although tho quality there was not enough gold to do tho Eirly in November thero than lho average. wcro heavy rains, western; Cleveland Terminal & Valley; was disappointing. world's business and to restore bi- depositing over two inches, nnd siucotbcil V Mil W&gL -- ANDPittsburgh & Western; Columbus, metallism. thero havo ben heavy snows, and about a J James Combs, a young farmer near Hocking Valley & Toledo; Cleveland, foot of snow covered tlio ground on NovemSpeaker Reed said: It seems hardlj Lawrcncoville, was felling trees, when Lorain & Wheeling; Chicago & Southber 25th. Dakota farmers have nbuudnnco eastern; Wheeling & Lake Eric; Co tho branch of ono falling to the ground necessary to comment upon tho mes of hay and great supplies of oats, barley sage. It is calm in tone, and on tHj and corn. Wheat hns advanced to about ittsburgh, flew 'back and struck him killing him lumbus, Sandusky & Hocking; Cuban question will bo much more saV isoventy cents a buhel in tho local market, Shenango & Lake Eric; Cincin- instantly. ana aro coou. nati, Jackson x Mackinaw; Ohio CenLexington's poolroom has been closed isfactory to the community than it 1 Tho nrosneets lor iurincr nuvnncospring bet ground will como out In OF THE HIGHEST GRADE tral Lines; Cleveland, Canton & South- because there was not enough play to would havo been a year aero. I wisll ter soauoa innn over uoiore. tho prospect mho ern; Ohio Southern; Lima Northern; pay oxppnses. thero had been as frank an ncknowU tyr better prices nextyear is goon. Tlicro Tho proprietors have and will bo accepted in payment for PROMPTLY EXECUTED BY edgement of the deficit a year ago as' aro thousands of pcoplo in tho Fast uho excess baggage, also for seats in the been fined heavily of late. When to do there is no thero is now. 'lho idea that tho rev could nowno better than to co nndSouth I)a trying to the appetite fails with delicateuse in A flour mill will bo built tempt C, II. & D. Ily. Parlor Cars, and for seed food. cnuc is sufficient, being mado so by kota year, and buy their out In thofeed for No matter howthe palate good and spring. Pridgc Tolls into St Louis. next and move at Williamsburg. and A. N. Kellogg Newspaper Go. ien-'- i First-clas- s farming land In South Dakota, "appetizing" the food may be, it cannot CAitnoiroN merchants report busi- borrowing, seems to me hardly thoChlca(ro.Mllwnukeo& give any nourishment unless the stomach is The (lovil can meet cloquenco without a.oui? the lines of able. railway, can J oublo. but ho has novcr been nblo to stand ness improving. Mr. McMillin (dcm.) Tennessee, 0 St. Paul to ?15 an ncro. now bo bought at able to digest it. Nature indicates the slnte m no crc.uncry la Wm. Buvant, the defaulting sheriff of the constitution by the loss of appetite. We offer to our Customers and The Trade boforo lovo. Ram's Horn. from $10 we can safely urge homo rulOTdustry n,i g in South Dakota This is an unfailing indicator. It shows of Breathitt county, who was nrrestcd thinks n unent for Cuba. llcJ will greatly increaso during 1S'J7. For that something is fundamentally wrong generally the most satisfactory work possible Don't Tobacco Spit nml Smolco Your Llto in Arkansas and brought back here, was or losnl safe Am ay. is willing to go iurther. Ho? ",cr ifomntiou address Vt. E. Powm.L, with the nutritive functions. Our facilities enable us The only true natural relief must be ns In these branches, If you want to quit tobacco using easily tho other day released from custody, and forever, bo mauo well, strong, magnetic, his bondsmen having secured a transfer does not approve of the president's ony Building, Chicago, or II. F. Huntcii, searching aud fundamental as the trouble it to turn out work very rapidly, If you desire recommendations for the retirement of,' Jmmigr.itlon Agent for South Dakota, 205 aims to overcome. It is the thorough full of now lifo and vigor, tnko of all his property. Tho deficit was greenbacks by tho wonder-worke- r Dearborn Street, Chicago, 111. an issue of bonds. that makes weak men about 3,500. character of Dr. Pierce's Golden to release your type on some large job, send strom?. Many caln ten pounds in ten days. Medical Discovery, which causes the Mr. Cannon (rep ), Illinois, said evs Owing to the largo increase in orders Bamiiuht "I hear that Stlmpton is dead. Over 400,000 cured. Buy from It to us for either stereotyping or electrotyp-Inefficacy in all your own druggist, who will gunrnntco a received at tho Newport Rolling mill, erything demonstrates tho absolute Did ho leavo his wlfo much?" Misnah "1 difficulties. It creates bilious and digestive that healthful vitality necessity of revenuo legislation that Asupposo so. Ho always left her as much as of the entire digestive and nutritive organ-iseuro. Booklet nml samplo mailed lree. Ad. and It will be returned to you promptly Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. work will bo given to about sixty-fiv- e will bring increased receipts. Upon I! n ..,lll.l ,1.1,(1. ,tna nll.rn It Tlnn,.... Wi..... which produces both the natural desiie additional men in tho course of a few the Cuban question ho thought, from script. for food and the organic capacity to assimi- and In good order. Whim: man is growing lifo is in decrease, weeks. his reading of the message, that con- L Titcnn is moro Cntanh In this section of late and transform it into nourishing, reviv-lfyin- g We make a specialty of Newspaper Headand cradles rock us nearer to the tomb. blood nnd healthy tifsue. It gives John YnniCES says ho is neither a gress should await executive action f tho couutry than all other diseases put to Yong. appetite, digestion and sound Meep, and ings and Cuts, and have the largest assortcandidate for senator nor an applicant aud recommends as to Cuba. gether, and until tlio last row J cars was sup- builds up solid muscular strength aud Gentle treatment. St. Jacobs Oil soothes for the collectorship of his district. to bo Uen. "Joe" Wheeler (dem.), of Ala- posed doctors incurable. Fora a great many vital nerve energy. ment In these lines to be found anywhere Id Neuralgia aud cures it. It fades away. pronounced it local disease, Among the things Gov. Bradley is bama, said ho believed a decided, firm years H. II. Thompson, Rsq., of I'. O. Ilox 4. Klpple, ami prescribed local remedies, nnd by conNo metaphysician over felt tho deficiency being urged to put into his call for nn stand with regard to Cuba would re- stantly failing to euro with local treatment, lilnlr Co., I'tnn'n, writes: " I had been ttoubled the country from which to select. in of languages so much us thogtataful. Co extra session of the legislature, which ceive tho approval of tho civilized pronounced it Incurable Scicncohas proven with (.xlrctue vomitingtote summer season, nl. wnjsnttcrentliiH; lind very careful ion. catarrh to bo a cqnstitutional liensc, and toftct nnuhlnctostnycn my Ftomnch nt nt times will likely meet early in the new year, world. lind thereforo requires constitutional treatment. been taking other medicines, but uillioutnileffect. A.N. Kellogg Newspaper Co., Foil AVhooping Cough, Piso's Cure is a are financial legislation to provide for Mr. McCrcary (dem.), Kentucky, Hall's Catarrh Curo, manufactured by F..T. I heard n friend speak of I)r Pierce's Colilen St) Elm Street, Cincinnati. O. v. M. P. Uiin i:n, OT'X'luooii successful remed a deficit of $2,000,000, a board of man- said: 1 am pleased with the presi- Chenv & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only Medical Discovery, nnd thought I would pe it a Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 14, I used nboul of agers for state prisons, tho forming of dent's reference to tho Cuban and constitutional curo on tho market. It is trial. only medicinefive liollies mc it and think it TOP SNAP, that did nny pood, ns I EittnsloaRlbn DimIi. PmrtiB Good. rttMft taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a is the Tuh.lt, tbMprf tbM lMtbr li.ic TmiE earnestness is wisdom warmed by a branch to assist tho court of appeals, Venezuelan questions and the tariff:' tcaapoonful. It nets directly on tho blood nny n snkndld nppcllle now, nnd mil nol rWtxl 2. fr OVpC tUlfM medicine at nil and don't think I need any imiuar. 0 changes in tho election law, and the While I sympathize with the Cuban and mucous surfaces of tho svEtcm. They more." lovo. Chicago Standard. P0WEIUCUMENTC0.-- I nil reapportionment of the state into leg patriots, and hope some day to sec offer ono hundred dollars for nny case ft HU'i'l"u, A man who is suffering from the evil Chutciies and cruel pains from Sciatica. islative districts. and testiThis last has been Cuba a free and independent republic, fails tocuro. Send for circulars & Co., To- effects of constipation doesn't feel like From St. Jacobs Oil tho euro of it. monials. Address F. J. Ciikniiv long demanded by the republicans, I do not expect the president, so near ledo, O. Sold bvDrugclsts, 75c. work, and can't even enjoy h's lcit-uryU .o fn r 1111 hours. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant relicts aic a Curril. UWCVMc'lirril In IOIoUII No MAN can climb higher than his own who claim that tho state has been gerDn.J.L.STCPHENS,l.l..VNa.IlI. tho close of his term, to recommend Hall's Family Pills aro tho best. sure, swift, safe, and permanent cure for ambition. rymandered by tho democrats. The any legislation which might seriously Tim setting of n great bono is like tho constipation. They nre tiny, sugar coaled USE NO OTHER THAN YUCATAN. only hope to redistrict the state is interrupt the friendly relations exist One little "Pellet" is eottlntr of tho sun. Tho brightness of our granules. through the aid of tho gold democratic ing between us and Spain, or which life Is cone, shadows of tho cveninc lull laxative, nnd two n mild cathartic. a gentle 1G34 A. tf. K.-- K. They Dishonest diusrgists try to senators. might lead to war. around us, nnd tho world seems but a never gripe. WIXKV 1VKITIXO TO ADVKKTUEnS get you to take a substitute for the sake At Saylersvillo Mrs. S. Arnett Mr. Taft (rep.), Ohio, said: The presi- broader shadow. Longfellow. that llcuoInitnlo impcr.you saw (k advertiseof the added profit. ment this and Mrs. Betsy Bucket had a dent has stated the position of the We havo received from Warner's Snfo quarrel, and Mrs. Arnett stabbed Mrs. United States forcibly. He shows Curo Co., of Rochester, N. Y., whoso ad' 02&0$1K &OC0OC4-3O-&4r4-34Pucket in the brenst- - Both women are that we have responded to all vertisement may bo found in nnuthcr colvery prominent, Mrs. Arnett being the the duties demanded by interna- umn, tholr attractive pamphlet for ltfr", o" which llvo million It stated, nro wife of Hon. Jack Arnott, tional law. What ho says may be con- belngdi9trlbuted fr.copies,mailisand through o by court of appeals affirmed tho de- sidered as a notice to Spain that the druggists. It contains besides a J wi Using The cision of the Kenton circuit court in present condition can riot continue in matter, blogrnphlcul sketches and portraits tho case of Albert O. Long's admini- definitely. The president leaves it an of tlio Piesideuts of thn United States InPresident-elec-t McKinloy. The pcru The only genuine strator vs. tho C. & O. Judgment for open question whether or not ho will cludingtho pamphlet affords nbundnut proof sal of nearly SS,000 is sustained against the interfere. It looks as if ho intended to thrt Warner's Salo Curo Co., which has celebrated for rrcorc than a century as a detwenty years of success b.ick of It, is us railroad as damages for tho death of turn the Cuban question over to act Ivo and cntorprisitg us over. licious, nutritious, and flesh-formi- ng bever Long, who was killed July 0, 1893, at for settlement. Mr. Patterson (dem.), Tennessee: Independence. and Yel- age, is put up in Blue Matuon "Sinco I havo been married One The Mormon missionaries aro said to The president's treatment of the Cuban I havo taught my husband good tasto." low Labels. Be sure that the Yellow Z Another "Really f It is a pood thing for have about abandoned the attempt to question is patriotic and statesman; establish Mormonism in Lewis county. like. I believe ho has pointed out tho you that you did not teach him before yon arc on every Label and our Trade-Mar- k With a better understanding of tho The Green River Poultry and Pet way for nn honorable settlement of a wero married." nature of the many phys1 ftlowTocuro Rheumatism Uso St. Jacobs Stock association, of Owensboro, will vexed problem. package. H ical ills, which vanish before proper efMr. Loud (rep.), California: Tho po- Oil. It subdues. It cures. hold its second annual exhibit, beginforts gentle efforts pleasant efforts WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd., Dorchester, Mass. rightly directed. There is comfort in ning December 29 and last for five sition of the president on Cuban af- f It is brave to overcome, it Is saintly to fairs should receive tho commendation onduro. the knowledge, that so many forms of days. . sickness nre not due to any actual disThe Kentucky railtoad commission of all Americans. ease, but simply to a constipated condiMr. Llviughton (dem.), Georgia: His fGoof) thnos. Happy stuto. St. Jacobs Oil has completed its labors and filed its tion of the system, which the plcasunt report with the governor, which shows position on tho Cuban question will "ves pain right up to date. family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptacceptance by the adly removes. That is why it is the only that tho total assessed valuo of rail not meet with people. THE MARKETS. It is too foreign and pails, and cans, wfth millionsof families, and is roads in tho state is 551,972,015, which ministration remedy l, is 8200,970 less than last year. Thn and not enough American. Mr. everywhere esteemed so highly by all and bottles (even Cincinnati Dee A (rep.) Pa.: Tho message is fair as LIVESTOCK Cattlo.commoQi. y 00 !(. 71 who value good health. Its beneficial total milcago is 3,040, an increase of baby's) or anyJ 83 ft 4 23 to everything but the tariff Tho only effects are duo to the fact, that it is tho only threo miles over last year. Select butchers good light... 4 OU (3 4 73 one remedy which promotes internal Keei'kii Dick Hagkr thinks there questions that tho public aro interest- CALVES r'alr to thing that you want HOGS Common - 25 fed 2 0J cleanliness without debilitnting tho aro ghosts in tho Nicholasvillo work- ed in arc Cuba and, the tariff. I like Mixed pickers. - 0 ti. 3 03 organs on which it acts. It is thereforo particularly clean, 2 15 Light Si 3 3J house. Tho other morning he looked best that reference to Cuba where ho 5HKEI' shippers ;i so - to all important, in order to get its bene-Uciluoioe ought to be washed LjAMHS Good to cnoico 3 (0 f(t i 0) effects, to note when you pur- an alleged chicken thief, Henry Dcjar-nott- shows a determination not to permit FLOUK Winter family 0J in his cell and then locked tho nny other power to intevfero in tho GRAIN Wheat No. 2 rod.... 3 w (ES 3 oih chase, that you have tho genuine nrti-clwith Pearline. it. 1)3 (& which is manufactured by the Cali- outsido door. At noon, when Hagor island's affairs. I don't think congress No. 3 red You'll save work 2.",4 Corn No. 2 mixed fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by went to feed his prisoners, both doors will join in tho president's fear that l Oats No. 2 tfi Wi all reputable druggists. in doing it, and it's a great deal more thoroughly done. wero locked securely, but Dejarnette wo may havo too much revenuo and 4.' Rye No. 2. St If in tho enjoyment of good health, 11 CO (Till 50 HAY Prlmo to choice Tho cell was intact and become extravagant. Dairies and dealers use extensively. Just try it 8 0J4 PROVISIONS-Me- ss and tho system "is regular, laxatives or was gone. not Pork a trace of how tho pris-onthoro wns Hi 3 0 V Ivird Prlmo steam Window Glass Workers Secede. other remedies aro then not needed. If butter-war- e once, on your milk-war- e and then say if it or 10 2U nUTTKK-Cho- Ico & dairy had escaped. It is really a mysafflicted with any actual disease, ono PiTTsnuitGH, Pa., Dec. 8. Secession Prime tery, as no possiblo avenue by which has begun within tho Window Glass APPLES-Pcr- bblto choice creamery.. I 50 a 2' may bo commended to the most skillful isn't the most satisfactory way of cleaning. is the 0 75 physicians, but if in need of a laxative, ho left can be found. 7i B Oi) bbl.... Workers' association. Monday 51 nron- - POTATOES Now, por YORK. most economical thing you can use, too. You get so mucb ono should have tho best, and with tho St'AY Eighty thoroughbred yearlings wero everywhere, Syrup of sold at Lexington for S12.075, an avcr-erag- e erty owning members in Pittsburgh FLOUR Winter patent 4 00 0. b Mi more out of it. withdrow, nnd others to tho number of GRAIN Wheat No. I north'n. Figs stands highest and is most largely a tiy ' No. of S158. 87j$ a h7'4' about 2,000 aro said to havo deter- CORN a red used and gives most general satisf ac lion. No. a John IIaydeh, aged 81 years, a mined to follow the load. Tho step OATS Mixed. Umlxcd Woodford county pioneer, died of was taken, according to A. H. Ham-met- t, PORK Now mess 1)75 mow to 4 10 If you ever want to pneumonia. Ho was a brother-in-laono of the founders of the asso- LARD Western CHICAGO of County Judge Parrish. ciation and because, in sell or exchange your 4 50 a 4 75 Ai.i. Paducah mills and factories aro tho opinion of legal advisors, tho prop- FLOUR Winter patents ; rea vneai miya U0 uitAi.N rushed with orders. KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. LEADING CONGRESSME- N- HOW TO GET UP A "CENTURY1 i ffiLSSSfflp Comment on President Cleveland's to tho Congress. U. S. A., of d. ntcs-Big- o CLUB. f m$ 1 SarsapariUa I I North-Wcster- non-actio- - brlc-a-brn- c, pork-packin- I cot-alog- JquvDux& mwmMmmirmm A ll LLECTROTYPING OTEREOTYPING well-cooke- d stock-raisin- fur-eve- c, deep-searchin- g mnr-velou- g, -- "J-l- fii BUY-CYCL- W90, 11 ! l. -- Important Notice! Wrappers "Baker's Chocolate," Mc-Kinl- Gladness Comes If jUM ! f Tit-Bit- s. 1 tWKMS&OS4$44 Milk Pans, Dal-zol- al c, c, or Pearline 1 1 Pearline well-informe- d w Organ, remember it will be twice as valuable if the name on the front is A new church is being ESTF' Write for Illustrated Catalogue with prices, ,u yjtm company, urauieuoro, Vt. "V s rt 'V HBwt Cough Brrap. TiutcsUocSI Uofj in Cumberland county. The necdlo dams in tho Big Sandy river at Louisa lmvo been completed after having been under construction for eight years. The new dnms will be a great facility for navigation, as they insuro a boating stage for thirty miles up Sandy at all seasons of the year. Geo. F. Evans, formerly general manager of tho Louisville, Evajisville & St. Louis Air Lino, with headquarters in Louisville, has been elected vice president and general manager of the Maino Cuntral railroad. The post office at Mt Vernon, Ky., was robbed of a small sum of money tho other night, built at M.r-rowbon- erty owning members aro liable at law for tho entire indebtedness of the association. General l'unslon Appropriation Hill. Chicago sDrlntr No. CORN No. 2 OA'l'S-.N- - ,a H7nn 2.IHii3 PORK Mess LARO Steam HALTIMORK. FLOUR-Fam- O. 2 0 80 3 7) 4 J5 Bu 21) w m tins 4 75 18H day reported to tho house from the appropriation committee, carries a total of 8141,203,880. This is 505,000 less than the appropriation for the current fiscal year and the same amount under tho estimates submitted by tho commissioner of pensions. Shnet Strnl for Tin l'late. 8. Tho Johnson .Steel Co. will Tuesday try tlio first LoitAiNK, O., Dec. enuingdune Washington, Dee. 8 Tho general pension appropriation bill for the year au, isua, wiilcli was Mon- GRAIN Wheat No. s Corn Mixed Oats Mixed Li.RU Rollned PO.-t- llv ra LIGHTEN THE ILLS or HUMANITY. 25 3 03 3 0) (rill 03 Id Hi a -- 'i Mess CATTLE HOGS GHAIN Western., First- quality. - r 1(9 4 :! 3 83 1,9 IU! experiment at rolling sheet steel for tin plate, JNUIANAPOLI3. Whoat No. 2 2 mlxod Corn No. Oats Na .'mixed LOUISVILLE. FLOUR Wlntor pa to lit. GRAIN Wheat Na 2 red.,.,. ' Corn Mixed .".,.'.... WOats Mixed POHK Mess . liARU Steam Tii.t. O 41 (ffl i !8tf 4 73 et (it CB 03 V) 21 r E.T2.' J 1 UA llti'ikl vTt 4 11 10 'P1IAS1.BW&TM 1 xBaxcp&scvias ... tl . a U 6 800 'ii W erThe ism bt run. hr 25 " J0.( ALL DRUGGISTS Sterl n6 UemedYtfl. mxsf raid. auimiBWMJT reft SXXSZ. m i V rs vusimtAWmri A ,u ' s 1 '4 .. :&,-t,1 . - . ::.i:Kat.w . . "'J TT. "r v ...5 -'. V''. Jt& ,- - ..41 M