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Our, lliMtllr? uiul Prominent IMucitnra Frnni Varlounj'arn of tlio Country Attend tliv Criitrmi nt Celt lirutlun. ICy., 'J. Trrr.blo Tmcedy nt n Turkey Sliontlnj Mulch nt McKer, Ky. Andrew Combs Hlmt by 1'runlt CornlcUou. ft Tho Jan. Lrcxixoiox, tennial celebration nt Kentucky versity Sunday night wits attended by educators from various .parts of. the country, (Sow William 0. lhadley und stun and a. cultured nudlenco from throughout control Kentucky. The exercises were in commemoration, of the hundredth anniversary of the opening of Transylvania university, to which Kentucky university is President Ethclbcrt the successor. I). Warlleld, of Lafayette college, Pennsylvania, delivered the principal address in the absence of lit. llev. T. cenunitihihlb-torieal'audrostliSJn-lerestln- McKkk, Ky., Dec. ai. At a turkey shoot, at J Mines' s(ore, this county, Thursday, Andrew Combs and Frank Corniclson engaed In a fight, which resulted in tludcath of Combs. struclyCombs on the head with a gun and tlio latter bhot at Cornclison after he htul fallen to the ground, but missed liyn. Cornelison then took aim deliberate at Combs and shot bin through the breast with a Winchester rifle. Combs died Corncliton was arres IL Is feared cd. that he will b lynchjfd, as It Is claimed his assault oi U. Dudley, of Louisville, who is ill. ComlA was unprovoked. Cornclison is President John V. Mc('urvby of the a eoissin of Jack and Zlon Cornelison, ltiMjk department, delivered whJ arc serving life sentences for the g giving In brief murder of a farmer here more than a events in the history of trl year ago. institution since the founding of Tranf Kpinovecl for .tfekeejilug. sylvania seminary 115 years ago. Ky, Deo. ill. n s, THE Ilrputr TOWN HIirrlfT MARSHAL SHOT. (Iriirce Cle Make ii MurI A. W. Iloppe r nnil' ricruu A.iult ? Ill ClerU nt llnrliunr.vllle. K-- W- "T I! ".1 IX Vmiounviu.i:, Jan. S. Satur day night about 8 o'clock Deputy Sheriff tJqorge Colo went Into the store of A. W. lloppor, of this place, aid engaged in' a. quarrel with and his clerk, Charles Wilsoh. Mr. Hopper, after ordering Cole lt leave the store, stepped out bomewhpre ,. .. when Cole undertook to. search Cm.. Ilttl.n ;ripplin Willi u J.urslnr. Clerk Wilson, baying ho had a right to, Ky.,'Dce. 81. Two Ke- -. while ho held a revolver in his hands. who was gro burglars Saturday mprnlng entered Town Marshaf lloaeh, present nt tin time, slipped between the rcshlonup of DuUot thd thii. two and attempted to take tin flimou'oufhatcavalryleadr. A weapon from ColcwhcmCfficiflred.and AiinicVansclHnthelioiil8b,he.vro r ., Mr.-lopper him-bel- f, bheriil '.MoorVof Owen county, brought here FridayXnr safekeeping Will Fields and Tom Xeacolorcd, who It Is seld were 1 Owen-toin danger Of being lynched for allcgcrlmurdcr. The oftieers here refuse torlvc nny information concerning thoV murder charged against the men, anthelr captivity in tlio jail hiyjo. lealccu.xjut by accident. They were confined at Carrollton Friday, but their presence there became known In Owen county, it is bald, and tkey were brought here to escape pos- bibllltics of mob vengeance. iaxkkokt, 1 n Loi-isviu.- bannUr it was sworn to defend. I also have pleasure In shaking your hand." Spanish Fins: Hauled Down in Ha'ytuia Capt. Gen. Castcllanos then took his and Stai-- and Stripes Ka!scdV position near Maj. Gen. Rrooke. Tho buzz of conversation on the American side of the chamber contrasted with Tlio Ceremonlci n't tho Talnce IVoroVory the silence on the Spanish side. Simple, ConVntlncoT Speech MaWliijr At the last stroke of 12, tho boom of by American und SpauUh I'nrewelU Suld. a gun brought all eyes to the point in tho room were stood the captain genHavana, Jan. 2. The sovcrcigntjf eral who was talking with an AmeriImmediately all was Cuba passed from Spain to tho UnltcU can officer. States at noon Sunday. jj silence. The captain general stepped Tho form of transfer was simplelJcog-blstlngonl- y to the left, taking his position directly On his right of an exchange of speeches In front of his staff. in the salon of the palace, the hauling stood Capt. J. S. Hart, interpreter to down of tho Spanish flag and the ral J; tho United States military commission. lug In its stead of tho llagophc United Next to Capt. liart, in the order named, States on the flagstaff. of the palace were Gens. Chaffee, Rrooke, Ludlow, Immeroof. 'Salutes were fired frpmrthfe Lee, Wade, Rutler and Clous. heavy cuns of the- - forts and the war. diately behind Gen. Chaffco was Senaships beforo and after the change o tor John W. Daniel, of Virginia. At this moment the band on tho flags. s The raising of the Stars and Strlpg plaza was playing the Spanish national was'grcetcd with cheers by the pconl hymn. As the guns sit Cabanas forwho covered the roofs of the building tress ceased firing there was a breath1 1 f .ll f, less pause in the salon. Everybody mu yiazi.i. around .1 patauc unu ..!.... Ko crowd was permitted to gather'inj knew that the Amciican Hag was bethe streets In the vicinity of tho palac ing raised on the staff on the roof functions of the palace by Maj. Rutler, and to witness the epoch-makin- g 11:10 Maj. (Jen. Wauo ana Aiaj: that the Stars and Stripes was goAt Gen. Rutler; of the American cvacu.-- j ing up on all the other official tion. commission, arrived from El o .staffs in Havana, After this second of on horseback, accompanied. bj' silence, the band on the plaza played their staffs. They were met by RrigJ J"Tho Star Spangled Ranner," whllo Gen. Clous and Maj. T. Rcntlcy Mott (thc guns of the fleet and fortresses be of Gen. Ludlow's btaff. About tin gan to roar out the national salute oi 1 guns. moment Luclcn J. Jerome, llri Immediately Capt. Gen. Castcllanos Ibh-vtconsul, arrived. Ho was w ; handed the manuscript of his bpcech to ly greeted by the American officers. Maj. Gen. John R. Rrooke, govcrnoj ra.lu.pt. Hurt and began to speak. Amlu 1 Vc-dadco the THE FARMERS' BANK and TRUST COMPANY, Successors to tho Lincoln National Bank, By provision oi its charter, depositors are as fully protected as art depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of stock therein at the par valut thereof in addition to the amount invested in such shares: It may act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee or Receiver, as an individual, OF CTflwcnpn HY. Condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co. Stanford. Kentucky. December 3it i8g6. RESOURCES! Notss and Bills Other Stocks and Bonds.' Overdrafts Banks. Ruo frost Hovue and Futures, .t302.01S.21 . 1.005.82 . 4.202.41 . 48,239.23 . 0.400 00 . 23,593.20 387,01S100 LIARILITIES: Capital Stock Surplus Fund Individual Deposits Dus to Banks .f 300,000.01 . 19,433.41 12,048.41 S3S7.043.tt . 155.Ml.0l . full DIRECTORS: J. J. Winiams, Mt. Vernon. J. S. Owsley, Stanford. J. B. Owsley, Stanford. William Gooch, Stanford. 5. H. Shanks, Stanford. J. Embry, Stanford. J. F. Cash, Stanford. A. W. Carpenter, Stanford. W. H. Cummins, Lincoln County. J. E. Lynn. Stanford. J. N. Mcncfee, Stanford. S. B. H. SHANKS, President. We J, B. OWSLEY, Cashlw W. M. BRIGHT,' Teller. JJsfi-solicit all having business in bank to call or write us, an4 they will receive prompt attention. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier .m. BABY '99 BIDS OUR REAJBRS A HAPPY NEW YEAR. 'ti LUCll B II wj v ft. tL ii&niUD Il-CI I V W - R- -i 1 ft fl C LLUvil h IB i JJ t I I 1 I lJ iJikl an ii A 1 Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win success in life. This being conceded, it is of the first importanco to got your training at tho school thafc stands in the very front rank tho utn.-JIas- ll Bryant & Stratton Business College, LOUISVILLE, KT, I . InSiiTind coining out over hjs right hip. Colts reTho weapon w&3 a volver. - Physicians were summoned and Itonch removed to his home. The physicians state the wound will prove fatal. Cole Is being closely guarded. l'nttlo Attempt to 15ileiiu llmllrlit. lrTSisybytltcJgenrolfwhbYropl'le'l' &BtsmssrismssraSBSg!!S with one of them, but the other with a revolver held him at bay whllo they effected their escape with part of their booty. Lkxinoio.v, Write for beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates oceupvinjrnromU rent positions all over the United States It will bo mailed FREE. 171 "'i Hri i'lrr nt Ky., Jan. I.exhitrton. -'. l Fire rlat-md- ay Lkxisoto.v, Ky., Dee. SO. Tho men representing themselves to be officers from Floyd county, who presented a written order to Jailer Gentry here, requesting the transfer of Johnson H.itllcld to Floyd county, which request was refused, have not returned, . morning partially destroyed the Kltzmlllcr block and damaged the auditorium and Lexington business college buildings. Estimated loss about jyo.OOO, covered b insurance. Stocks, F. PTaylor, furniture; E. 15. Alleuder, furniture; L. II. Ramsey fc, Co., painters, burned. Fire started by a defective iltie. Jljrinc Olrl'4 Krqurxr. Lkxixotox, Ky., Dec. 31. Andy Co- - Arnfmm J ' - ' and It Is now known that It was a ruse tojsecurc the release of llatlleld. llat-fitl- d Is wanted In Floyd county on the charge of murdering one of the Mc Coys; the crime having been committed several years ago. Hatfield has been fn jail here several months, having oeen brought here for. safe keeping, !Mnonaliln V r.ANPAHTtit. Htllln DeltroTed. Kv... Dei. 0. Mlllan jurn, a saloonlst of Knott county, be- 'camo Intoxicated Christmas day and shot his sweetheart, Emily It rod ley. The girl died Thursday. At her request Coburn was released from custody. Putting the pistol In the saloon, hi set fire to the place, burning all to- m)tt0 f I M a Druggists and Pharmacists. uk M C.& D.N. WILLIAMS "M-t- , I m jjfj Veriiorx, Ky. gether. .Stubbing Affray tit White mil. lliciiMoxii, Ky., Dec. 81. The difficulty at White Hall, which resulted in Zena Cobb, a farmer, being dangerously stabbed by another farmer, has caused a stir in this bection on account of tho prominence of the parties. Cobb is a cousin of County Attorney J. T. Cobb. Killer Acquitted. pwiNOSVU.LE, Ky., Jan. 2. The ex amining trial of James Armintage, charged with killing James Rcnson, hjs consin, near Olympla Springs, December ST, came up beforo Judge John A. RamseVfor trial and he was acquitted on tho evidence of the common- 2-- 5Aiw of Cuba, and Maj. Gen. Ludlow, governor of the city of Havana, accompanied by their stafK arrived at half-pa11 in carriages, (ion. Urooko and Gen. Adna It. Chaffee, Gen. lirooke's chief of staff, in the first carriage. In each of tho other carriages rode n Cuban general with American officers. At 11:45, Maj. Gen. Lee, military governor of tlio province of Havana, with his btaff, joined Gen. Hrookc. The latter then crossed the street to tho palace, Gen. Lee on one side of him und Gen. Chafee on the other, followed by the other American generals and tho Cuban ofllcers. The Cubans wore dark, blue uniforms, brown felt hatb and gray gloves and they carried machetes. On entering the palaco the American generals went to tho salon facing tho plaza, which is on the second lloorT Here were gathered the members of tho captain general's staff, Col. Gelpl, Lieut. Cols. ISellcd, Girauta and lloui-ta- s, Maj. 1'riego, Capt. Kltcnc and Capts. Adolphcnnd Kamon Castellanos, Eons of the captain general. Suddenly Capt. Gen. Crtstcllanos entered the salon without ceremony from the left and greeted Gen. Ilroolco and others. After shaking hands Gen. Hrookc sat upon a sofa while Gen. Castcllanos moved towards tho group of Cuban generals. British Vice Con bit 1 Jerome introduced him to Gen. Mayla Rodriguez. Shaking both the hands of the Cuban ofllccr, in the usual Spanish fashion, Gen. Castcllanos said: "We havo been enemies, but I respect you for your correct attitudes und opinions. I have pleasure in shakst J ig , Jy Q g We carry Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, ffll i Oils, Varnishes, Patent Medicine. Fancy Soaps, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c Prescrip- tions carefully compounded at all hours. IP Give us a call for goods usually kept in first-clas- jSr CT P? s drugstore. U i fa Q, Xl SB West, deputy collector d this placf, nKslRioil bv Denutv Mullins. destroyed two stills on Morse LickAln Jackstn county, and two In Rockcastle county, near Livingston, and aboutW00 gallons of beer and whisky. Almic 'sinners escaped but one, John WdM, ho was operating one of the stills in ilock-nstl- e. He was arrested and taknVo Louisville. UnfiKfn to Iue Liquor It crnif. Richmond, Ky., Jan. 3. A report Jrom Irvine says County Judg- .T. W. Muncey, of Estill county, has lefused to lssuo anv moro retail liquor licenses to saloonlsts in the county, wlilch puts a stop to the liquor trafllc outside of the town of Irvine. Skull Crunlird by h Stun E. Howlino Ghkex, Ky., Jan. Dryant, one of the wealthiest merchants of Allen county, died Monday as a result of a blow from a rock. Two weeks ago llryant was In a light with Roy Huntsman, a mere .boy, when he was btruck In the head and his skull crushed. There seems to be some difference of opinion as to whether the rock was thrown by young Huntsman or by an outsider. llryant died at his home In Scdttvllle. . the strains of the band and the noiso of the guns it was impossible to hear him. "Close the windows," said some one nnu the casements wcie closed, but lie of the cheering still visibly Isturbcd the captain general. Addressing himself to Maj. Gen. udc, president of the United Slates lhilltary commission, though he seemed to look at the lloor, Gen. Castcllanos MA: r aantlemcn In compliance ilih tho treaty oi Paris, tho nsrecment of tho military of tho Island and Iho orders of my lnu, nt this moment or noon, Jnnuarr 1, 1699. tboro censes In Cuba Spanish sovctclynty and tislns that of tho United fatutes. In coiiscn,ucnce. I dcelaro iou In of tho Island, with the object tbu you m.iv cxcrclso It. declaring ujjouthat I will bo first in rospectlns It. fcaco having been established between our respective coernmcnt. I promlso j ou toglvo C duo respect to tho United States goern-nejand hope that tho good relations cxNtlng between our utmlcx wlllcon-tnu- o until tho termination of th'o evacuation cJ'thoso under my orders In this territory. ' com-nnn- rt X First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky. Capital Stock 1, $200,000. Surplus -- 1523,100. wealth. .lucou'n Sucoexor. "DIRECTORS" W. Hayden, K. L. Tanner, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore, F. Rd T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, S. T. Harris, J. S. Hockcr and M. J. Miller. , We solicit the accounts of the citizens ot Rockcastle and adjoining counties, assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondence, with a view to business relations, respectfully invited. S. HOCKER, Pre JNO. J. McROBERTS Cathiea "i. Louis vn.LE, Kv., Jan. 2. Georgo W. Morris, president of the Louisville lias Co., will succed the late Charles D. Jacob as president of tho Mutual Life Insuranco Co. of Kentucky. Morris has been vice president of the company for 35 years. He has been president of the gas company for nearly 20 years. Udolpho Sncad, head of the Sncad iron works, will becomo president of tho gas company. Jury Fulled to Airree. RAitnointsvii.i.i:, Ky., Dec. 81. Tho jury in tho caso of Jcsso Fields, who is charged with being implicated in tho murder of Judge Combs, after being out 24 hours, was discharged Friday morning by Judge Drown. They could not agree on a vcrdlt. There were six for conviction and bix for acquittal. m i nt Enterprise. Moiieiiead, Kj'., Jan. 3. An effort is being made by the Morehead normal bdiool to havo a shirt; and overall factory In connection with the school, thus furnishing employment to needy boys and girls to pay their expenses whllo attending school. A Novel After Capt. Hart had translated tho pldressGen. Wade said to Gen. Rrooke, 'ijtransfer this commaud to you." Maj. Gen. Rrooke said: '1 accept this grcnt tiust In behalf of tho pveinment and preldcntof tho United States iixlj (addressing Capt. Gen. Castcllanos), I win you and tlio gallant gentlemen with you a peasant return to jour native land. Way poipcrlty attend jou and all who nro with GO TO JONAS McKENZIE For Everything iu Sllinttlerrd to Dentil. Leg lueeTHteil by 11 BlaU Hog. Paiiis Ky., Dec. SO. Tho dead body d child of Jewell of a II0WUNBVILI.E, Ky., Jan. 3. R. Roban aged North Christian planter, Johnson was found in bed at tho faminson, was attacked by a dog aflllctcd with ily residence on Eighth street Thurshydrophobia, and had one leg fearfully day morning. The coroner's jury relacerated. Ho has gone to Cairo, 111., turned a verdict of accidental death by smothering. to have a undstonc applied. three-year-ol- siook ing your hand." Gen. Rodrigucs replied: "I thank Gens. Rrooko and Castellanos then hands, after which Gen. Castel-l.no- s and staff retired from the throne DOin, shaking hands with Mr. Jerome, vh stood near the door of exit. As tley retired thcro was a mov.-men- t tiward Gen. Rrooke, Rrig. Gen. Cous shaking him by th hand nidj saying, "Success' to you." Dm Goods. Giothino. boois ana Shoes GENERAL MERCHANDISE.. Best Goods at Living Price. c'f i - it . sm f h f sfiT-- i'1---? ' TTETM& TP"'T:!T,gtWHHmnilT.I i''pww M -.' i . ! Vernon Friday, Jan Signal 6, 1899. - Confederates in New York pass resolutions condemning Senator Butler, of North Corlina, for from the Federal pensions for ex Conftdera-tcs. 1 livings! in i nappy ami prosHvicw Year to t he Signal aiidjsjTi readeis. I' Published every Friday by AMES AfARET. j drawer, snocs, ciouiing, oves, shirts, jewelry and a com plete stock of razors and knives are missing Tl.e lo's may, run up ris in the hundreds. Willi anas ,15,tHTB S3 t ' The Lancaster Record's edition Souven-i- s was beyond any effort $I.OO INSCRIPTION ONB YKAK heretofo-- c made by our Kentucky exchanges. Editor I.andrum has a good paper and the Record has a Glove and Sets, Manicure oels, Music 1e?ve'ising- rates made known on good Editor. Mirrors, Jnk Stands, Dolls, China Coeds such as Miss Alice Mayfield, the be- Boxes, application witching' little beauty, of New Salid Dishes, Cake Plates &o. Haven, who has been Jvisiting her Confederates in New York pass resolutions condemning Sena aunt, Mrs B N. Roller, lias returned EVACUATION OK CUBA. A splendid line of Silverware, Cake Stands, Cracker Bowls tor Butler, of North Carolina, for to her home leaving several of our After 400 years Spain has surrenseeking to obtain from the Federboys heartless Toys ol all kintis. A full line of Books Give us a call.and get sortie dered control of Cuba, and the red al government pensions for and yellow flag is at last removed nice Christmas goods at Low prices all the west. The Stars and from LEVEL GREEN. Stripes now wave over Havana, Tin; Supreme Court of the from the palace, from stern Morro United States has declared trusts Castle, from grim Cabanas fortress Not seeing anything from this and from nil other public buildings. illegal. But that does not worry place for quite a while, I wi 11 enThe ceremonies incident to the the trusts. They go right along deavor to write a fe,w .items. transfer of the island from Spanish increasing in size and number. No There was was preaching, to American control were carried manufactured product is safe from ' DEALERS IN at Friendshid Snnday last, by Rev. the trusts. out r.ccordiug to programme and John Todd who was assisted by without a hitch. Tearfully Capt. Rev. Gragg of Pulaski. CatelhiHos bale adieu to his . Gen. Theodore Roosevelt begins well Come to sec us. Will sell you honest goods at fair prices. School exhibitions are the order ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. comrades; fervently he grasped the as Governor of New York, and if of the day Wilile Bustles school, hands of hi-- ; former enemy, the he lives up to the following sen Ol'no0rf01d Cuban, and cordially shook the tence in his inaugural address he closed at Wabd, Saturbay last and Miss Yira Deboard's school will baud of his victor, the American4 will soon be entirely out with the KY. WIT. close Friday with an entertainment Thus did Spain pas lrom the New Republican party in New York: imta: World: thus did the United States "The usefulness of a pqrty is strictJ. N. Brown made' a short visit to Somerset last week. mark the end of another victorious ly limited by its usefulness to the war. Nini' CuMn Generals went State, ard in the long run he family and Dr,.L. L, Sowdei with the Americans to do honor at serves his party best wtio most who moved to the west about five W. H. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR. the palace, to show their apprecia helps to make it instantly respon vears aco are. lilting relatives at MANUFACTURER AND DFAM'K IN tion of the kindly offices of the sive to every need of the people this place. United States in lifting from their and to the highest demand of that Misses Mayme Oorriin and Alice There will be a box suppti at fertile island the hands' of oppres- spirit which tends to drive us on- Mayfield, two very pleasant and Friendship the last night of Dec. sion, and to give asuranr,e of their ward and upward." accomplished young ladies, of New for the benfit of the elm rch. belief that the military, control of Haven, who were visiting their Mrs Utsula Burnett who has Cuba by the United Suites pointed One year ago Judge R. G. Wil- sister and aunt respectively, Mrs been sicksa long, docs not improve quickest," way to the the surest and liams took the oath of office as P. N. Roller; and it goes without much. She is the wife of Rev. a government of the Ucm vif the County Judge of Rockcastle. His savintr that all euioved thetnselvejr C. C. Burnett and has been confi-t- o ' Antilles by her own people. administration has proved that the for it could not be otherwise jiuj. her bed for two years On the stroke of noon, to the people made no mistake when they partaking of the hospitality of Mr, stiainsof the Spanish Royal March cast their votes for him. During Mrs. Jos Sarnbrook. ' The young Baptist preacher of by an American band, down came Wabd is spending all his Sundays the past year he has turned over to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sta'rks ami the Hag of Spain. Directly county $700, being as much or famuv Have returned. .noiue taV I to convert one to be matrimonially the at 12:04 o'clock, up went the more than some judges have spending Xmas with Mrs. StarM. ihcljned. How he has succeeded Stars and Stripes to the music of the turned ill liis efforts time will soon tell. nt RiiKSpllvillp- ' .. over in a full term. His ,..1V-XJ.IK" " M i a. . 'Star' Spangled Banner," tendon rulings from the bench arc fair and ,K.yvjjfcr 11' The Misses Thompson's 'of the birth of a new Tear crime to just; is quick in grasping points of Mary's were the guests of the v Cuba its first breath of freedom. For Sale or Rent.- My farm law and fgiving decisions thereon. , i brother Ernest, last week acres; 1 V miles west town, of 58 Directly after the ceremonies Capt & CO- Under his wise management our Mitrlffe, ,45 acres in cultivation. House of Gen. Castcllauos left the. palace, county affairs are being brought Mises Hittic Jones and Good also ollt buildings. and, escorted by Americans, emout of the rut into a more tangible Hendron. Garrard, were the guedfot 5 roois for Matanzas, leaving Maj. water and orchard. barked ofW. R. Dillion and family. shape. Mrs. L. McFerron, Gen. Brooke Governor of all Cuba-A- t Miss Rhoda Hilton who has been SPLIT IIICKORYSPOKES. reception in the palace salon a Tiir Courier Journal's four visiting her brother Grant, for many after the official ceremonies, some time, returned to h;r nome To the public. We ate au thor Cubans and Spaniards who intend column cditonal, predicting disasized to guarantee every bottle of 2x2, 30 inches long, all while ter to Democracv if the party at Morristown, Tenn., last week. to remain in Cuba paid' their re C grade or better, $12 per m. Misses Annie and Essie Roberts Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and respects to Gen. Brooke and prom- does not follow lines as seen by 2x2, 30 inches long, red, $b ised allegiance to the United States. Hery Wattersou.. is one of its mas- of Gum Sulphnr.'are visiting Miss if not satisfactory to refund the per m. money to the purchaser. There is The Cuban Generals present assum- ter efforts to break back into the Lida Cook. 1 J4. 28 inches long, white $6 no better medicine niae'e for la gripdeserted and r ranks it so basely ed the United States Military Misses Kettie and Louris per 111. pe, colds and whooping cough. that they would do everything fought so hard to destroy for the of Duucannonlvspent Xmas " " red $4 pytiZJ'l Price, 25 and 50c per bottle. Try it. Do past three years. Mr Waterson is a rtK&v in 'heir power to help restore the y SW with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. '!. per m. Sold byMC&DN Williams, Mt. seehow js'and to a condition of peace and brilliant writer but we cant C. McGuire. Vernon, Ky. he can bslieve he is consistent when J. SINGLE TREE BILLETS. (prosperitv. T. B. Lair has sold all of his dihe advises a party to follow his 24x26 38 inches, long white, property here to Bowman & Codk-rel- l Yes r, RoVt 0 evil :il you You will find all kinds of fresh $16 per m. The experience of Rev. Sam rections while he priases itin one and will move to the Spradlin a good suit at $4 to $7. column and damns it in the next. Davis candy niadr daily at S. W. Snail as chaplin of the Third Engfarm near Mt Vernon, which he re- 11 To be delivered at any station basemen t brick hotel. ineers. U. S. A., has convinced him As a harmonizer Marse Henri cently purchased. h on K. DofL.-N. or K. cf is to Democracy what a led rag is that Army chaplians are useless ap division, will cull once every tw K to the Taurus family. Miss Catrie Barton handsomely pondages. He says: "the chaplains Inspector ' weeks. L. L. entertained her young friends Man-da- y 5 to $7- ot sop to the church Go to Bob Coxa to buy your are a sort Brodhead, Ky F eve. aiid dry goods without much substance in groceries Joe Blackburn, from Kentucky, Tuesday eve a candy party was them." "When we get down to full, is a frequent visitor to the See his line of SHOES DRY Cuba I'll wager most of the men Capitol these days. It has not been much enjoyed by the young peo GOODS. Oh, how good candy is when would rather go to a ' cock fight or so long since Joe sat in the senate ple, giveu pytne genial joun war buy at S. W. Davis'. you a bull ring than attend services." of the United States. And it mav ton. PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER The Rev nature and no doubt has not be very long, probably, until andDayton Miller, of the 4th Ky sized up his men pretty well but his name is ag ain on the Senate And Oils at C. C Funeral Director. Paints while home on his gfurlough, sur in defining their character does pay-ro- l 1. Blackburn was a most noflit. Vernon, - - - Kentucky Davis &. Co. prised his mends oy marrying Mi not he show that he his missed i ted character in his Senatorial It is evident that Parson caif er. A true Kentucky gentleman Mamie Bullock, of East Bernstad, t guests ol Henry Hay. No. i Timothy baled hay for Small has found the soldiers prett he knaw the difference between They were the F. FRANCISCO, Propr. , Burton last week sale. Orders filledproniptly by A, hard nuts to crack and prefers a moonshine and Old Burbon, beLocated at the Depotg2c field where there is less wickedness tween a four flush and five 'hearts, Hon Sam Ward was in Londo H 'Baston, Crab Orchad. Write tf for prices. where his influence will between a colt out of Lougstreet last week . but Query Attaehed Good be" more potent. and one stired by Lamplighter, beSam Ward, Jr., has returned t; Meet all Trains, Day and Nisrht. tween a Welsh rarebit and a plate ' La Grippe Successfully Treated. Louisville after spending the Holj Keeps Coffis, Caskets, Robes, Traveling Men and Railroad of fried cheese-an' This is a curious paper, summarhe knew other days with his parents "I have just recovered from the Linen Bosonis, CufTs, and Collars. men Solicited. Will far second attack of la grippe thi. i izing the conclusion on universal things He knew that Jack Chinn. Can furnish Metallic Caskets and lunches for all trains. Jesse Rout, of Stanford, V5 year," says Mr. Jas. A. Jones, pubcommerce, reached a hundred years apart from being an adept in gethave Embalming done on short ting the horses off all together, was with his brother-in-laW B ago by 'he French, Baron de lisher of the Leader, Mexia, Texas notice and easv terms. Orders bv He recognized the import a good politician, and what's better. lion the first of the week "In the latter case used Chamber- telegraph or telephone promptly a skilled manipulator. Uufjrum.ite- ance of the Philippine island: he' Prof Chaudltr has taken char lain's Cough Remedy, and I think attended to day or night. saw tlfc necessity for the Nicaragua) '. however, Joe pinned his entire of V S Cumniins' store with consderable success, oniy beFor Iho Bpeertv Jiul nurninnnt cum nt to Chum and expected Uim to canal; he knew Spanish weakness, tetter, salt rheum und cczemn, Chaming in bed a little over two days W H Satterfield has been tra! against ten days for the former at When Your Horse Is Shod By berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment in and he looked to the new nation exert nio'e influence than he teilly vlthonS an equal. It relieves Iho itchto a through run, which v,il tack. The second attack am satisand hardy pioneers of Kentucky to' commanded with the Kentucky leg- - ffered ing and smarting almost Instantly and I jbe the cause of he and his excellfit fied would have been equally as bad ita continued iwe oTects a permanent realize his dreams, and the dreams! wlators. The result was that Chinn euro. L aha cures itch, barber's itch, lailed to "make cood." as thev sav lamuy moving to ueDation JunctM as the first but for the use of this bch1(1 head, pore nipples, itching of great men come true. we are sorry to say hands, cltronfo soro eyes and on the Rialto, and Blackburn was lemedyasl had. togo to bed in ' You now have to pay him the granulated lids. 4U ""--,ul six hours after being 'struck, """" Pro! Ballard has commenced t c"";. " Theodore 'Roosevelt was, Monsee him Dr. 'atlv'a ( iLiritKn Porrdcrs for nopes ..owever, ana unices ine school and is well patronized with it, while in the first case I was Cash. He says if you formally inaugurated Goverti ay, kaleidoscope 'inns he will undoubtimnk this year yon may know ijr3i",rer!ulKitrinic. blood purifier able to attend to business about nor of Nev Yor. Governors were edly be chosen to succeed Tuesday night unknown part: ", two days before getting down. some one has asked him to shoe a Lindsay Wiscon- Idaho. RKAJ To'i 'KvYtoie's"''" broke into Sparks' store by forci hoise on credit. Credit, will starve . For sale at Williams' Tins Wimic. 10-da- - j Livingston has been very gay during the Holidays on account of the return of her soluiei boys, Jim and Louis Dillion, John Reynolds, John Argetibright and John Howell, who arrived Xmas eve on a y furlough. At a reception.,'' a dance was given. Then Monday night at Dillion's Mansion, an elegant lime was had. In fact, so enjoyable was it that it was repeated again Wednesday night; and then the farewell dance Friday night: for all left except Lieutenant L. W. Dillion, who left Wednesday. We tried to make) the boys enjoy themselves. Saturday night the young ' peo pie were royally entertained by Misses Ilattie Satterfield and Lena Bentley. The house was artistic ally decorated and music, courting, and "eating" were indulged in very eating, extensively especially for at the proper hour the guests were invited into the dining room where refreshments of eight cours es Terc partaken of and it was 1S99 ere the gnests took their de parture and then it was with much praise to the two charming youur ladies for being the cause of sucli an enjoyable evening being spent. Monday night a dance was given by the boys at the residence of Jos. Sarnbrook, in honor of Beedy Turley ol Madison, has s, bought the intercstof W C Mul-liuof the firm of Sparks, Mullins Is Going to be Headquarters tor Xiu.is (rifts. & Sparks, and took charge the Albu ms, PictCome and see before buying elsewhere. first of the year. We welcome Mr ure Frames, Icdallions, Wall pockets, Comb and Brush Turley in our midst Handkerchiol Boxes; w 1 A FULL LINE OF NICE JEWELRY. M W a ins. General Merchandise Main and Church VERNON, gs,-f- Sts Brodhead Marble Works' t Morinumcnts and Tomb Stones. o iir irsyi icoi niir0 XDryg Store ' after-waid- s, ... Drugs, Medicines, Groceries 1 rr TOBACCO AND CIGARS DAVIS . ir- - Cheap, H Cheaper, c. a Cheapest Gov-eno- Mc-Guir- e, Jxi tf ywo" ' 1 . , OVERCOATS sen-time- Jarrett, r'i Willis Griffin - GROCERIES, cal-ilng- ? 'fJfi Hotel Frith . BrodJhead, Ky d I Bour-goyn- e. J Ikm BIseaseSo j '" THO'S TAYLOR Blacksmith, piles-chapp- ed ut , I .11 Drug-store- 1 Frm if iirr- - "VZr1'JvmkW 1j ' " t ? jonmnzinii f F ' lft i r i i I j Hugh Miller was in Frankfoit Pay your dues to Signal, Overcoats for $5 at RoHt'Cox " Professional Cards. sr isr. vfiek. . James Houk, Sr., is improving Rev and Mrs L MScFoggs spent For n good shave and hair . cut Miss' A.hley of Danville is visittwo' or three days witlr friends in Yes we've got 'en:. P. A. Pennington, U. D. S., M. D call at my shop. D. S. Purdom Mr. Vbrnon. Ky., Jan. 6, 1S99. ing here. Danville last week C. C. Davis &- - Co. 11 .m , DENTST, l..lmrrrr,.'i Finest grades of tobacco and Judje P.ntif4tthe lit. Yen. St., ai lac fine assortment ot biiOES. at Mis Ida 'Tyiee of Pittsburg William Williams accompanied cigars at the drugstoie of C. C. N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts., ikitUm mall matltr Klein to .tfanville where Robert Cox. is visiting the Jimily ot G. W. Davis &. Co. the latter will enter school LOUISVILLE. KY. Judge McCIure, we are glad to Gentry Sr. this place O say is improving. All kinds of fruit and lancy groW. T. F rench our clever assesBRODHEAD. ceries at S. W. Davis' cheap as the Bcrea College will shortly sor, orders the Signal sent to Miss cheapest. a $200,000 donation Lcttie French Settle Station, Mo. Brodhead Lodge No. 566, F. & lOUI0VLLK &NACHVILLt R R. CO. Miss Ashford, of Danville, is the 'if SURVEYOR- You can rent office rooms and !'" E. M. Dennv aud son Irvm of A. M., elected the followiug offi guest of Mrs L M Scroggs W.M.; J. R. family rooms from S. W. Davis in Verona, Mo., are taking in the holi- cers: J. L & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. J. W. Marler orders Signal sent S, W.; Orus Boner, J. W.; the brick opposite Court House days in the county, Their many Cass, Also, an Ageut for the best Day Mail North 11:37 a m to Wm. Hayes, Kansas City. friends are pleased to meet them. Geo. Bowar, Sec'y.; R. S. Martin, Day Mail South . . candy Tailors in the world. Did you ever cat any 2:27 p m Treas.; J. B. Yonce, S. T. ApL. M. Houk, who has becit sick Night Ex. North 1:32 am for some weeks, aud pointed W. B. Sayers, S. D.; J. H. mand at S. W. Davis'? He sells I need what you owe me h improviug '. ... Might Ex. South A the largest sack you ever" saw for 1:48 am hope you will not postpone further" Albright, J. D. For the best assortment of cand5 cents. J. A. Landrum, Agent. the payment of your account. This ies go to S. W. Davis' in basement. J. H Dunn and Egbert Wallin means You if you owe me. G. W. McCLURE. spent a few days in Danville last Luther Troutman of Pine Hill Wanted. To trade Cot bin prop fi Cleo Brown. CHURCHES. m week called and relieved his subscripsaw mill A.ttroney-at-JL,- a erty for a second-hanChristian Holds nenlcri 1st & 3r Sunday tion. McKcnzie Brown our hustling C. C, Howell has visited in Som- outfit. Address, D. T. Chestnut nt 11 a.m. tnd at C: JO p. m. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Corbin. Ky. Dispatch boy has been on sick list erset Dr. Pennington the Louisville All business entrusted to my care will be here at Circuit for a week. Bragg Thompson is Joppie Albright spent Xmas will receive prompt attentios. c errlcei on the 4th Dentis-Presbyterian riolds Write to Mrs. Rosalind Nesbitt selling papers for him . Sunday , Court. with relatives here of Mt. Vernon, Ky., for a copy of Office on Second floor of new'briek Billy Poynter requests that you her new and popular song "Just on Church street. Jack Baker is no bettei J. G. Frith of Brodhead is not Baptist Church Services on the Second read his notices, call and Price 25 cents per pay your only a first class merchant and lum Married Owen Jarrett and Miss Sixteen." Suudny Saturday nieht and Sunday. 2t account. bermau but claims to have an acute Mattie Albright. Mr Jarrett has a copy. School t 9 a ra every Sunday. I'raycr meeting on Tuesday nights. Hev. J C Car- Celia. two year and ten months car for music; consult him. good position in T ebanou and is R. G.WILLIAMS, Fruits of all kinds and fresh mical. pnMor. old daughter of J. F. Hcrrin one of Rockcastle's most promising bread at all times. Call and see Micajah Pitman a highly esteemed young men; while Miss Mattie is Grays, clicd Dec. 11. MASONIC. - Lavs?", in the basemeut opposite Court citizen aged 82 died two weeks ago the beautiful daughter of Wm. AlAt hlanci Ltdge No. 10 metis 3rd Mou. Payton La'ngforrl after suffering house. of old age. Mrs Matthew Warrens bright. day 10 A m.several months of consumption MT. VERNON. KY. baby that was born on day of Mr died last Friday morning. Noticu. I will pay cash for A. A. Albright is at home on a Pitmans death, died also in same OTHERWISE. Belore LOCAL Eggs Turkeys and Geese. furlough from Camp Ship The "Chautauqua" will meet on hotts'eT and get prices. selling call Friday evening at Dr. Lovell's. A The school taught by Profs. A. K. Albright, Brodhead Monday Chandler and Owens' closed FriThe bird law expi-e- d full atte'ndance is desired Best shoes at Robt Cox's. last. Any oik now killing partridg day! last. The entertainment was Nathan McCIure nas in from NO JOKE. es will be in danger of a fine of $,5 excellent. The students acquitted Joshua Boring, Sr., visited Na'sh-vill- Raspberry and dropped another AH notes and accounts due W. and imprisonment. Anybody themselves with the highest honor, t$25 wheel in the Signal treasure box. reporting a breach of th : law gets proving beyond doubt that their A. B, Davis or Davis & Son not PRACTICAL . M. Hartz, Maretsburg has been will be onehalf of the fine. Little Flora and Florcuce teachers were men of skill and paid by the first of the year, EMBALMER very sick. found in the hands ol my regular twins, have been visiting ability STANFORD, KY. G. C. Kennedy reported, accord Joshua Bareiug Jr, i s clerking in their sister Mrs Will Brown, in W. A. B. DAVIS. attorncjs. Abe Chestnut visited friends ing to ordets, at Lexington but' Stock Complete, Telegraph Ord- post effice, Pulaski. the officers there were unable to here duriug the Xmas. Mrs Nesbitt ers a Specialty. Advertising pays. M. S. McKinzic was up from W. B. Whitehead is sending our locate his division of the Signal Mrs Thomas Francisco visited who recenly advertised her song Maywood. paper to five different people, one Corps and he .returned here to "Just Sixteen" in the columns of relatives at Pine Hill' Elijah Boreing was in Nashville as far away as Peru, South await further orders. the Signal tells us that she has reAWyG. Adams is still in the pro- America. DR. A. G. LOVELL, Christmas. ceived ameng other orders one ,m dnce business. The last shinnicnt r We dont like to giumble but .aaaW, Geo. Taylor section foremen trom a reader of our paper as for Rev. Wm. Williams renewed hi s Physician andurgcon Maywood who took the "board" must say that some of our subscri hennade was seven dozen roosters north as Michigan. subscription. arotoie hen. It is said that in 1898 for best section was here bers are treating us shabbily., Andrew Gentry has moved to mt vnftfsl last Friday morning. Attention Gentlemen. Gentle reader are you one pfthem?Jj wyeseye signt, at tnat time was Livingston. defective, and he boueht Office Nerth bidejijaifjtrej made oothes at ".hand me If so will yon pay up, or do ydurin-tenTailor W. H. Cocks, our excellent for tUrkeys' Some people The Third Keutucky has been to continue in the "shay" down" prices suits to order irom wagon maker aud townsman or get'fiioo'iii'eyed some times ordered to Cuba. $8.50 up pantaloons $2,50 'up fit ders the Signal sent lo Miss M. J. businses. C. C. WILLIAMS, fc'Src glad to see A. E. Al and satisfaction guaranted ask to marrige licenses were Cox, Porterfiield, Pa'. Ninety Misses Effieand Delia Laugstou, bright in his plaba of business see samples. iui8QS. A. E. Albright Attorney-at- issued in Rockcastle Law, . . Every man-asometimes women- and Tela Pennington, of it . . . Brodhead Ky again alter Deing sict a day or so. Caldwell of London -act Miss Lettie Vernon, Ky. the fool now aud then, and Who have been the ML Jesse Reynolds, an old respected was visiting Miss Alza Logan the bigger the man, freq uently, guests of Miss Emma Pennington 8,Office on 2nd fioonlof new piM7mi rt til npAtinl- - inMrrllfinrlinnrl To Builders. J. W. Marler Brown this week. fooi. the bigger the b. and other lelatives, during the?. .., J, , & Sons now have their mill on one brick on Church street. 4t3pecia is very low wun rneunionia. attention given to collections:. Holidays, have returned home Fritz Krueger pushed down his Misses Minnie Nicely, Lula of the best sites in the county and W G Tharp is out again old lime kiln on last Wednesday McKinney, Lula Dyre and sis ter are fully prepared to cut bills to Monday, Hon Joseph H. Lewis night , have taku rooms at the Brick order on very short notice. Lumretired from the Appellate bench best side of men ber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon Our mother-T- he Jasper Payne and Miss Lucy Hotel and are attending Collegiate and Judge J. P. Hobson took his come out when they talk of motheJ McKinzic were married on the Institute. seat. By Judge Lewis' retirement or children, truthfully observed an if desired. Give us your i.rders aud 20tll get prompt attention and the best U. G. Baker, the Prince oj Judge J. H Hazeliigg becomes exchange, aJU. . of their children they are of Lumber. HUGH MILLEV doiug a thriving business Chief Justice. A gold watch was ..fcWToelBvWthi!i'. . county and Mrs usually quite ready to talk; but flmyf. of Pulaski were marnea last acd expects to tell the people this was presented to the retiring Jus-tie- their reverence for their mother is Hdrgis EVERYBODY LOOK. year, by printers' ink. of the cheap by hi s colleagues. wsek. not told to every body. When a HEADQUAL1ERS FOR I am selling the S'"Rer Sewing bargains he will crary and Logan McKinzie man talks to you about his mother J. V. Rev. B. S. Davault who has the you feel honored for it is a mark of Machine on easy terms and keep all Miss Ruth Elliston, of the StanCOMMERCIAL MEN. Thompson were out from Preach-ervillsewing machine needles oil ford College, passed through here reputation of being the "'stingy" respect and regard for you. A man's kinds of trains.-- j all at everything man of Skaggs creek, has heard of eyes moisten as he talks of his bands, shuttles, and from oti Wednesday last en route from belongs to a sewing machine. Frank Bryant was up her home in Pulaski to Stanford a new claimant for the honors 111 mother, as he tells how she taught that Livingston., Said he was hunting Will send ncedles'.by mall to any Miss Ellistou is a model teacher. the pei son of Phil Price a conduct- him to be pure, self reliant, brave; a partner. I also clean and repair all kinds or on K. C. road who attempts to as he pictures her fidelity aud ten. Kev. w 11 (juapmau, ot Dan- save the weai and tear of his derness. You find him in his office, ol machines. You can see me here Wm. .McHargue and Miss Sullie Theologicol ville W. M. Owen Seminary spectacles by looking over the top but he gives you a few minutes of very Saturday. Chestnut were married on ThursMt Vernon Ky preached at Pine Fill last Fridav his time. Almost unconsciously you instead of through the glasses. day Dec. 29. and Saturday evening; Also at the Manufacturers make an allusion to your boyhood, S. C. Franklin and wife have Presbyterian church in Mt Vernon Any information leading the to On Tuesday Dec. 27th. the ed- or ask him then if you are the rgiht of Lime and brick. returned from a visit to relatives on Sunday afternoon and night itor had the pleasure of taking kind of a man, and he knows you recovery of the old gold watch They also furnish Lime, BuiKing near Lexington. was taken by mistake or otherThe Supervisors of th" tax list Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. well enough, he talks about his that Stone, either quarry face or en wise from the shop of James Hix, and wife of North were in session this Mr. Edwards week. D. N. Curtis Gover, Crab Orchard. The mother. Let him do the talking, Orders promptlyfill ed I " Carolina are visiting H. G, Ed- - Williams, W. C. Mullins, A. W. following guests were present; and if you have good pastoral call Mt. Vernon, some years ago, will be thankfully received and a suitwardj this county. Stewart, J. J. Smith and J. W. Mrs. Mary Gresham, Mrs. Lizzie you cannot say any thing that will able reward given. It is a large d Carter, Miss Ada Carter, Mr. bring him so near to God as his Billy Moor head sawyer for J. W Kirby comprised the board. gold watch with name ot "E. W. W. A. OAKSON Davis, Mr. Saml Hardin, aud own talk about his mother. (Marler had an arm badly hurt by Maret" scratched inside back of The first mar.iagc that occured Mr. J. D. Wearem of Stanford. The vagon overturning with him. And in Kentucdy took place at Thanking you for past patronage case. "Railway Time Keeper'' on nian good things on the table were by "M. Tobias, Liverd Aug. Sam'l greatly enjoyed by all and the occas and soliciting the continuance of dial; made 7, 1772 Jack Jones and Miss Lucy . aged 22 of Crooked creek this Henderson and Elizabeth Callo- ion will be remembered, especially same, 1 wish all a happy, and pros- pool." No questions asked if re-turned o Signal way, being the contracting pa rties. by ye editor. county were married last week. perous New Year. Mt. Vernon and Brodhead, The Williams fami lies of this place . Cleo Bro vn 'Jack Lawrence is working the are relatives of the Calloways ' Kentucky. NOTICE Among tne holiday visitors were switch levers and ami telegraphing Hoy to Prevent Pneumonia. Will be pleased to give estimates To all knowing themselves in- on work. Satisfaction Miss Ida May Adams Duiville: extra nights in Robt Cox, the merchant will be You are perhaps aware that Junction City zt&reartwsi me by note or account, erin tellinu in our next issue of Mrs Martha Schooler, Paint Lick towtr. always results from a cola or debted to aarangement the many bargains in his store. J. J. Ping and E. S. Albright, from an attack ot la grippe. During that I have no speical Rev. B. S. Davault ieportsthe G. E Danville; W. R. McFerron with, will please call in an and setHe will shortly have a big stock the epidemic ot la grippe a few V. Kirby Jr. to marriage of J. A. Winkler Lebanon years McCoy by the first of the year. of clothing add other goods in a ago when so many cat,es re- tle same Miss Lou Sowders on Dec' 24th Junction Mit Frazer, No 1 aud No. sulted in pneumomia, it was observ- Now gentlemen, as I have accomolo his already big assortand V, P. Freeman to Miss Laura dated you itt the past. I will look 2., Pitsburg! Dr. J. H. Pettys, J. ed that the ment. attack was never followdealer in feerry on Christmas day. H. Stephens T. B. Loir, Walter you in at once for a settlement ed by that disease when Chamber-- for WHISKIES' WINKS, &c, ftc. gauuders Geo. McCarthy Livingas you know It takes moneyto The Green Front Drugstore. mil's Cough Remedy was used. It and J Ashland Lodge F. A. Y. M. No. Mt. Vernon Ky ston; E. B. and Maurice Brown run my business you must com o elected Willi's GrifGn, W. M., counteracts any tendency of cold that I buy drugs, patent R. L. Joplin, Wilmore; J. S. Par- settal the old account U. GABaker, S. W., Sam Kinley. Is the place to or la grippe to result in that dan- and KV. Medicines jewerly s'tati nery cigaifc kcr, Emil Heuzniann Anniston ft) acccomodato you gerous disease. It is the best rem may be abl J. W..U. G. Carter. Secy., II. S. Tobaccos, paints and oils. Call Ala, H. J. Mullins Pigeon Roost; in the future, otherwise I will Fine whiskies at $2 and p edy 'ti the world for bad colds and Bramin man, Treas., M. C. Ownes, and !A. B. Brannamau . nnt "w oMn tn Ho 50. Alva Maret, in when in town. Our Rockcastle- friania can write Tyler, fc. S. Griffin S. D. aud T. J, "" "" " la grippe. Every bottle warranted. j Wildie; & Co. C: C. Spradlin, Gallatin, Teim , CresF, I D. The lodge is in a or TKr,H:ioNE. For sale by M C. & D N Williams, J Prcsc notions filled day or night H. Williams, Brcdhcad. ' flourishing condition. Mt Vernon, Ky. Mt Vernon Signal' .i I'm-olEe- e Mrs. Scroggs is quite ill. Ft' JL . re-cei- ve Davis a -- 1- 1- Mt. Venon, 1 d w, t (J Attorneyat- - 0 J. C. McClary UNDERTAKER o. Pen-ningto- n, - i d -- nil East-Bernsta- Miller' House; m - .... e. mer-chauts.J- d ad-res- s. MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY J Al-fie- Boones-boroug- h. Hel-Jar- Oi'i-'icb- . painter Paper Hanger, pneu-nioni- a i TOM FERRELL 1 in ROWLAND. - j I Vi D.-.v- is j h A Mi. Vernon JjyqKSf Signal 6, 1899. " " Published every Friday by AMES MARET, Friday, Jan Confederates in New York pass LIVINGS resolutions condemning Senator Butler, of North Corlina, for seekA happy and pros ing loobtain from tlie Federal Year to t he Signal, andoT j;ov-cr.me- pensions for ex Couftdera- - INSCRIPTION ONE YEAK Livingston has been very gay during the Holidays on account of The Lancaster Record's Souven-i- s the leturn of her holiiiei boys, Jim edition was beyond any effort $I.OO and Louis Dillion, John Reynolds? heretofore made by our Kentucky John Argenbrighl and John How exchanges. Editor I.andrum has a ell, who arrived Xmas eve o a 10- good paper and the Record has a tC5. reader. shoes, clothing, y diawdr, gloves, shirts, jewelry and a com plete stock of razors and knives are fifcW tnissing Tie loss may. run up 51 fti, in the hundreds. . jWveriising rates made known on good Editor. application t Come and sec before buying elsewhere. Albu ins, Picture Frames, Medallions, Wallpockots, Comb and Brush Sets, Manicure oets, Music Boxes; Glove and Handkerchioi At :i nrenfiniu! n rl.iv furlniifrli. Hf.Jt?? An.r. ,,,ti i..ii. Tll a 111.11 Miss Alice Mayfield, the be- Boxes, Mirrors, Ink Stands, Dolls, China, Coeds such as vjtiuit. .... muiiuut witching' little beauty, of New Salid Dishes, Cake Plates &c. night at Dilliou's Mansion, an ele- Beedy Turley of Madison, has bought the interests W C Mul-liuof the firm of Sparks, Mullins & Sparks, and took chsrge the first ot the year. Wc welcome Mr Turley in our midst Wll na m ,tnra fl "1 y s, jaj! Is Going to bo Headquarters lor Xmas (rifts. -- u a Confederates in New York gant time was had. In fact, so Haven, who has been Jvisiting her pass resolutions condemning Sena- enjoyable was it that it was repeat- aunt, Mrs B N.Roller, has returned EVACUATION 01? CUBA. A splendid line of Silverware, Cake Stands, Cracker Bowls Butler, of North Carolina, for ed again Wednesday night; and to her home leaving several of our After 400 years Spain ban surren- tor seeking to obtain from the Feder- then the farewell dance Friday boys heartless Toys otall kinus, A full line of Books Give us a call.and get sortie dered control of Cuba, and the red al government pensions for night; for all left except Lieutenand yellow flag is at las?t removed nice Christmas goods at Low prices ant L. V. Dillion, who MX from all the west. The Stars and GREEN. LEVEL Wednesday. We tried to lnai&j Stripes now wave over Havana, The Supreme Court of the the boys enjoy themselves. from the palace, from stern Morro Saturday night the young peo Castle, from grim Cabanas fortress United States has declared trusts Not seeing anything from j this and from nil other public buildings. illegal. But that does not worry pie were royally entertained by place for quite a while, I will enThe ceremonies incident to the the trusts. They go right along Misses Hattie Satterfield and Lena deavor to write a fe,y items. transfer of the island from Spanish increasing in size and number. No Beutley. The house was artisticpreaching, was There was to American control were carried manufactured product is safe from ally decorated and music, courting, DEALERS IN Snnday last, by Rev. out r.ccordiug to programme and the trusts. and "eating" were indulged in very at Friendshid without a hitch. Tearfully Capt. extensively especially eating John Todd who was assisted by Rev. Gragg of Pulaski. . Gen. Cntcllanos baJe adieu to his Theodore Roosevelt begins well for at the proper hour the guests Come to sec us. Will sell you honest goods at fair nriccs. fervently he grasped the as Governor of New York, and if were invited into the dining room comrades; School exhibitions are the order ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. hands of bis former enemy, the he lives up to the following sen- where refreshments of eight cours of the day Wilile Bustles school, or Cub.vj, and cordially shook the tence in his inaugural address he es were partaken ot and it was closed at Wabd, Saturbay last and hand of his victor, the American' will soon be entirely out with the 1899 ere the gnests took their de- Miss Yira Deboard's school will KY. Thus did Spain pa from the New Republican party in New York: parture and then it was with much close Friday with an entertainment World: thu.--, did the United States "The usefulness of a pqrty is strict- praise to the two charming young J. N. Brown made a short visit marl: the end of another victorious ly limited by its usefulness to the ladies for being the cause of such to Somerset last week. war. Nine Cnbtn Generals went State, ard in the long run he an enjoyable evening being speift. and family Dr,,L. L, Sowdet with the Americans to do honor at serves his party best who most Monday night a dance was who moved to the west about five W. H. COLLYER, PROPRIETOR. the palace, to show their apprecia- helps to make it instantly rcspon-siv- a given by relatives at years ago the boys at the residence MANUEACTUKEK AND m'AU'K IN tion of the kindly offices of the to every need of the pe ople of Jos. Sambrook, in honor of this place. United States in lifting from their and to the highest demand of that Misses Mayme Coram and Alice There will be a box suppe-- at fertile island the hands of oppres- spirit which tends to drive us on- Mayfield, two very pleasant and Friendship the last night of Dec. sion, and to give assurance of their ward and upward." accomplished young ladies, of New for the benfit of the chu rch. '"?0 belief that the military, control of Haven, who were visiting their Mrs Utsula Burnett who has Cuba by the United States pointed One year ago Judge R. G. Wil- sister and aunt respectively, Mrs. been sickso long, does not improve and quickest way to the the liams took the oath of office as B. N. Roller; and it goes "dthoiit much. Slie is the wife of Rev. government of the Gem W the County Judge of Rockcastle. His saying that all eujoyed themselves C. C. Burnett and has been confi-t- o Antilles by her own people. administration has proved that the for it could not be otherwise fiiifj her bed for two years On the stroke of noon, to the people made no mistake when they partaking of the hospitality of Mr, ' sliainsof the Spanish Royal March cast ' Wi The young Baptist preacher of their votes for him. During Mrs. Jos Sambrook. by an American band, down came i Wabd is spending all his Sundays the past year he has turned over to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Starks a: the Hag ofSpain. Directly after- to convert one to be matrimonially the county $700, being as much or familv have returned home ,a waids, at 12:04 o'clock, up went the j. ihclined. How he has succeeded more than some judges have spending Xmas witli .Mrs. btarl. Stars and Stripes to the music of the IL&J&U3 tlme wil1 soon tell. turned over in a full term. His parents at Russellville Spangled Banner," and on ' yfa rulings from the bench are fair and The Misses Thompson's 'o the birth of a new Tear came to just; is quick in grasping points of Mary's were '"Cuba its first breath of freedom. the guests of the For Sale or Rent. My farm law and giving decisions thereon. i brother. Ernest, last week. Directly after the ceremonies Capt xYz miles west town, of 58 acres; Under his wise management our & CO- Gen. Castellauos left the. palace, county affairs are being brought and Mimme a? ncres iu cultivation. House of Mises Hattie Jones emGood . rooms, also out buildiucs. r and, escorted by Americans, out of the rut into a more tangible Hendrou, Garrard, were the guedw v barked for Matauzas, leaving Maj. H water and orchard. family. ofW. R. Dillion and shape. fTJn...-,-..- . MV, Gen. Brooke Governor of all Cuba. mii T iliLl L11UI1, Miss Rhoda Hilton who has been SPLIT IIICKORYISPOKES. At a reception in the palace salon The Courier Journal's four visiting her brother Grant, after the official ceremonies, many honied To the public. We ate author Cubans and Spaniards who intend column cditonal, predicting disas- some lime, returned to ized to guarantee every bottle of 2X2, 30 inches long, all while ter to Democracy if the party at Morristown, Tenn., last week. to remain in Cuba paid their re C grade or better, $12 per m. Misses Annie and Essie Roberts Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and respects to Gen. Brooke and proin- - does not follow lines as seen by 2x2, 30 inches long, red, $6 iscd allegiance to the United States. Hery Watterson.. is one of its mas- of Gum Sulphur.'are visiting Miss if not satisfactory to refund the t per 111. is money to the purchaser. There The Cuban Generals present assur- ter efforts to break back into the Lida Cook. 28 inches long, white $6 gripno better medicine mae'e for la deserted and r ranks it so basely ' ed the United States Military Misses Kettie and Louris Mc- per 111. that they would do everything fought so hard to destroy for the Guire, of Duncaniioulspeut Xmas pe, colds and whooping cough. Do " ' red $4 .,v' in heir power to help restore the past three years. Mr Waterson is a with their parents. ;Mr. and iMrs. Price, 25 and 50c per bottle. Try it. per 111. Sold by M C & D N Williams, Mt. brilliant writer but we cant seehow is'aud to a condition of peace and C. McGuire. Vernon, Ky. he can believe he is consistent when J. SINGLE TREE BILLETS. .prosperity. T. B. Lair has sold all of his he advibes a party to follow his di2Kx3i. 38 inches, long white, Yes r, RoVt 0 c v sjll you property here to Bowman & Code- The experience of Rev. Sam rections while he priases itin one rell and will move to the Spradlin You will find all kinds of fresh $16 per 111. a good suit at $4 to $7. n candy madr daily at S. W. Davis' Small as chaplin of the Third Eng- column and damns it in the next. tarm near , . Vernon, Alt wnicli He re u basemen t brick hotel. tVs a harmonizer To be delivered at any station Marse Henri ineers. U. S. A., has convinced him cently purchased. on K. D of L.& N. or K. & that Army chaplians are useless ap is to Detnoc rac y what a red rag is division, will cull once every tw Ifc Miss Cairie Barton handsomely pondages. He says; "the chaplains to the Taurus family. weeks. L. L. Inspector. 4 g g entertained her young friends Monarc a sort of :op to the church senGo to Bob Coxa to buy your "-J 1IIUUIIWUU, day eve. f groceries aiid dry goods timent with.out much substance in Joe Blackburn, from Kentucky, them." "When we get down to sub, is a frequent visitor to the Tuesday eve a candy party was See his line of SHOES DRY Cuba I'll wager most of the men Capitol these days. It has not been much enjoyed by the young peo GOODS. Oh, how good candy is when would rather go to a ' cock fight or so long since Joe sat in the senate ple, given by the genial John Wal you buy at S. W. Davis'. a bull ring than attend services." of the United States. And it mav ton. PRACTICAL UNDERTAKER The Rev nature and no doubt has not be very long, probably, until -andDayton Miller, of the 4th Ky sized up his men pretty well but his name is again on the Senate C. C Funbrai, Director. Paints And Oils at while home on his Sfurlough, sur in defining their character does pay-ro- l 1. Blackburn Kentucky was a most no- prised his friends by marrying Miss Davis & Co." flit. Vernon, not he show that he his missed ted character in his ftpnnrnrinl Mamie Bullock, of East Bernstad is evident that Parson can er. A true Kentucky gentleman They were the guests ot Henry t It Hay. Nc. 1 Timothy baled hay for Small has found the soldiers prettj he knaw the difference between F. FRANCISCO, Pro'pr. Burton last week sale. Orders filledpromptly by A, hard nuts to crack and prefers a moonshine and Old Burbon, be Located at the field where there is less wickedness tween a lour flush and five hearts, Hon Sam Ward was in Londo H 'BaFton, Crab Orchad. Write tf for prices. where his influence will between a colt out of Longstreet last week . but be" more potent. Livery Good Attaehed and one stired by Lamplighter, beSam Ward, Jr., has returned t) Meet all Trains, Day and Night. tween a Welsh rarebit and a plate La Grippe Successfully Treated. Louisville after spending the Hoi Keeps Coffiirs, Caskets, Robes, Traveling Men and Railroad of fried cheese-an' This is n curious paper, sutnmar-izinhe knew other days "I have just recovered from the Linen Bosoms, Cuffs, and Collars. with his parents men Solicited. Will fursecond attack of la grippe thi. A the conclusion On universal things He knew that Jack Chinn. . . . Can furnish Metallic Caskets and lunches for all trains. Jesse Rout, of Stanford. w$j year," says Mr.. Jas. A. Jones, pubcommerce, reached a hundred years apart from being an adept in getting the horses off all together, was with his brother-in-laW B Di lisher of the Leader, Mexia, Texas have Embalming done on short ago by liu French, Baron de notice and easy terms. Orders by He recognized the import a good politician, and what's better. lion the first of the week "In the latter case I used Chamber- telegraph or telephone promptly ance of the Philippine island; he a skilled manipulator. Uuljruuutc Prof Chandltr has taken charge lain's Cough Remedy, and I think attended to day or tiight. ' however, Joe pinned his entire "saw the' necessity for the Nicaragua with consderable success, ouiy beI of V S Cummins' store ' tho speedy and penaarient euro of -? to Chinn and expected him to if, 'canal; he knew Spanish weakness, ting in bed a little over two days tetter, salt rheum und eczema, Chnra- W H Satterfield has been traitf against ten days for the former at 01 e influence than he leallv nrwl he Imiked tn the new nation exert When Your Horse Is Shod By bcrlnlu'u Eyo and Skin Ointment ig an emiai. xt relieves tho itch-- i -commanded with the Kentucky leg- - 'fered to a through run, which vfll tack. The second attack I am satisand hardy pioneers of Kentucky to JPS nml A Y LVJ H J'"""" Buiartlng almost instantly and its continued ue effects a permanent realize his dreams, and the dreams wlators. The result was that Chinn be tlie cause of he and his excelU4t fied would havebeen equally as bad cure. L also cures Itch, barber's itch, failed' to "make good," as they say family moving to Lebanon JunctiJi as the first but for the use of this of great men come true. bchIu head, pore nirmlpw. ItrMmr nllcs. on the Rialto, and Blackburn was we are sorry to say chapped hands, chronfo soro eyes and temedy as I had togo to bed in ' You now have to pay him the granulated lido. not returned to the senate. He has six hours after being 'struck, Prof Ballard has commenced t Theodore "Roosevelt was, Moil-ayi)r. 'aijv'g Caattilin Pdwlcrs for hopes, however, and with it, while in the first case I was Cash. He says if you see him theschooI and is weiipatronized formally inaugurated Gover- -- Qrsen sra ttw uontti.tuc. blood purifier kaleidoscope Uuns he will undoubt- able to attend to business about 'nrtmkthk yt"ir voi: mav . know uTidvAnnlfn - p rtrtr rf Vo,.f VnrV Cr'nm nrc wnrt nt. Soldhv Tuesday night unknown parti' ,'.' some one lias astceu mm to suoe a be chosen to succeed Lindsay ;,.. scon- - ' days before getting down two ,. .ilsn inaugurated in Idaho, w ...... . '.uorse on creuu. wcuii. ...Ml aiurvc .i!l win o Read Tom Tavwr's ,1Ad" one year hence. "V Louisville Post, broke into Sparks' store by forciJK'i For sale at Williams' . sin,' Wyoming and Michigan. Tins Weeic. open the back door a man to death. The movfV A FULL L1NI OF NICE JEWELRY. Williams. DAVIS & SON General Merchandise Main and Z Old MT. VERNON,Church Brodhead Marble Works' Sts . are,-isitin- i Monnumonts and Tomb Stones. taKC.LN rrcui XDrucs Cheaper, m;ore Drugs, Medicines, Groceries TOBACCO AND CIGARS C. C DAVIS - Cheap, Cheapesr- . hr V. Gov-eno- ijxi. 8hf flwv Mi J If 1 i V11 - .... . , OVERCOATS Jarrett, J - Willis Griffin GROCERIES. , cal-ilng- ? Hotel Frith 1 Depot"2r. j Broclliead, Ky - g d ', Bour-goyn- e. ym Diseases, l'r j f-- . 111 i j THO'S T- -- Blacksmith., i - ( I ,- ulcs ' Drug-store- Ih vi I I t ' . . L yt ' jjk " J -- I ' Rev and Mrs. L For a good shave and hair cut Miss- Ashley of Danville is visittwV or three days witlr friends in P. A. Pennington, u. D. S., M. D Yes we've got 'em. call at my shop. D. S. Purdom Mt. Vernon. Ky Jan. 6, 1899. ing here. g & Danville last week C. C. Davis & Co. DENTST, Finest grades of tobacco and Eowico'atthc lit. Vera.., Rjf., Jude Williams accompanied ai oo Mis Ida Tyrce of Pittsburg William Kleiu bine assortment ot Shoes, at niall mattir to ifranville where cigars at the drugstoie of C. C. N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts., is visiting the Jfhmily ot G. W. Robert Cox. Davis & Co. 33 LOUISVILLE. KY. the latter will enter school Judge McCIure, we are glad to Gentry Sr. this place a say is improving. All kinds of fruit and fancy groW. T. F resell our clever assesBRODHEAD. ceries at S. W. Davis' cheap as the .' Bcrea College will shortly re sor, orders the: Signal sent to Miss cheapest. ceive a $200,000 donation Lettie French Settle Station, Mo. Brodhead Lodge No. 566, F. & i. SURVEYORlOU.OYM.LC Miss Ashford, of Danville, is the R.R.CO. M., elected the following offi You can rent office rooms and w E. M. Denny and son Irvin of A. guest of Mrs L M Scroggs F- - Watson, W. M.; J. R. family rooms from S. W. Davis in Verona, Mo., are taking in the holi- cers: J. L & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. J. W. Marler orders Signal sent Cass, S, W.; Orus Boner, J. W.; the brick opposite Court House days in the county, Their many Also, an Ageut for the best Day Mail North ."37 a m to Win. Hayes, Kansas City. friends are pleased to meet them. Geo. Bowsr, Sec'y.; R. S. Martin, Did you ever eat any candy Tailors in the world. Day Mail South .. . . 2:27 p m .. .... Treas.; J. B. Yonce, S. T. ApL. M. Houk, who has been sick Night Ex. North 1:32 am for some weeks, is improviug me and pointed W. B. Sayers, S. D,; J. H. maud at S. W. Davis? He sells I need what you owe '. ... the largest sack you ever" saw for Kight Ex. South 1:48 am hope you will not postpone further Albright, J. D. ' Mf4'l" For the best assortment of cand the payment your account. This 5 cents. J. A. Landrum, Agent. of J. H Dunn and Egbert Wallin ies go to S. W. Davis' in basement. G. W. McCLURE, means YOU if you owe me. spent a few days in Danville last Wanted. To trade Corbin propLuther Troutman of Pine Hill Cleo Brown. CHURCHES. weeksaw mill Attroney-at-JL- a erty for a second-hancalled and relieved his subscripChristian Holds xerviccs lst'&Srl Sunday McKcnzie Brown our hustling C. C, Howell has visited in Som- outfit. Address, D. T. Chestnut tion. Mt. Vernon, Ky. at 11 a.m. end stC:30. in. Corbin. Ky. Dtspatch boy has been on sick list erset All business entrusted to my care Dr. Pennington the Louisville will receive prompt attention. Joppie Albright spent Xmas Dentist will be here at Circuit for a week. Bragg Thompson is Presbyterian Ilolds serrlcei on tho 1th Write to Mrs. Rosalind Nesbitt selling papers for him . Sunday , Court. with relatives here of Mt. Vernon, Ky., for a copy of Office on Second floor of new'briek Billy Poynter requests that you her new and popular song "Just on Church street. Jack Baker is no bcttei J. G. Frith of Brodhead is not Baptist Church Services on the Second read his notices, call and pay your Price 25 cents per only a first class merchant and lum Married Owen Jarrett and Miss Sixteen." Suudny Saturday night' and Sunday. 2t copy. berman but claims to have an acute Mattie Albright. Mr Jarrett has a School at 9 a ra every Sunday. Prayer account. C Cnr meeting on Tuesday iilshts. Her. J good position in Lebanon and is Celia, two year and ten months car for music; consult him. R. G.WILLIAMS, Fruits of all kinds and fresh mlcal. pastor. old daughter of one of Rockcastle's most promising bread at all times. Call and see J. F. Herrin Micajah Pitma'u a highly esteemed young men; while Miss Mattie is Grays, died Dec. 1 . MASOntC. in the basemeut opposite' Court Attorney-at- citizen aged 82 died two weeks ago the beautiful daughter of Wm. AlLsdge No. (310 meets 2rd Hon. Ashland house. Paytou Langford after suffering of old age. Mrs Matthew Warrens day 10 A m. MT. VERNON.. KY. scleral months of consumption baby that was born on day of Mr bright. Noticis. I will pay cash for A. A. Albright is at home on a died last Friday morning. Pitmans death, died also in same Betore Eggs Turkeys und Geese. OTHERWISE. LOCAL furlough from Camp Ship The "Chautauqua" will meet on house. selling call and get prices. Friday evening at Dr. Lovell's. A The school taught by Profs. A. K. Albright, Brodhead Monday Chandler and Owens' closed FriThe bird law expi-e- d full atte'ndance is desired Cox's. Best shoes at Robt last. Any one now killing partridg day' last. The entertainment was Nathan McCIure was in from es will be in danger of a fine of $5 NO JOKE. excellent. The students acquitted Joshua Boring, Sr., visited Raspberry and dropped another t$25 and imprisonment. Anybody themselves with the highest honor, All notes and accounts due W. wheel in the Signal treasure box. reporting a breach of th : law gets proving beyond doubt that their A. B. Davis or Davis & Son not PRACTICAL . M. Hartz, Maretsburg has been year, will be Little Flora and Floreuce Pen- on?half of the fine. teachers were men of skill and paid by the first of the EMBALMER very sick. found in the liands ol my regular nington, twins, have been visiting ability STANFORD, KY. G. C. Kennedy reported, accordW. A. B. Davis. attorney. Joshua Boreing Jf, i s clerking in their sister Mrs Will Brown, in Stock Complete. Tclegiaph OrdAbe Chestnut visited friends ing to orders, at Lexington but effice, 4' post Pulaski. during the Xmas. Mrs Nesbitt ers a Specialty. Advertising pays. the officers there were unable to here M. S. McKinzic was up from W. B. Whitehead is sending our locate his division of the Signal Mrs Thomas Francisco visited who recenly advertised her song Maywood. paper to five different people, oue Corps and he .returned here to "Just Sixteen" in the columns of relatives at Pine Hill' m . the Signal tells us that she has reElijah Boreing was in Nashville as tar away as Peru, South await further orders. jW.-GAdams is still in the pro DR. A. G. LOVELL, America. orders one ceived ameng other Christinas. duce business. The last shipment We dont like to giumble but' trom a reader of our paper as for foremun Geo. Taylor section Rev. Wm. Williams renewed hi s lieTm ade was seven dozen roosters Physician andwiBiirgcon north as Michigan. Maywood who took the "board" must say that some of our subscri VaSPT subscription. hrt onJlrtio. I.U11I W It is said that AIL .J in 1898 for best section was here bers are treating us shabbily iGaJleSyeye Andrew Gentry has moved to sight, at that time was MT VPft TO Attention Gentlemen. Gen tic reader are you oue of them?.1 last Friday morning. Livingston. defective, and he bought Office North bidcMairvgjreet ' Tailor made rothes at "hand me W. H. Cocks, our excellent If so will yon pay up.oryouui-ten- WlSWr ,0 lurKevs some people The Third Kentucky has been down" prices suits to order irotu to continue in the "shaky." wagon maker and townsman orgetflwioon-eyesome times ordered to Cuba. $8. so up pantaloons $2,50 Mip fit ders the Signal sent to Miss M. J. busmses. C. C. WILLIAMS,) iMrb'iirc glad to see A. E. Al- - and satisfaction guaranted ask to were Cox, Porterfiield, Pa. Ninety marrige licenses Misses Effieand Delia Langstou, origin m nis piace or uusiness see samples. A. E. Albright Attorncy-a- tLaw, issued in Rockcastle in '189S. Every raau-an- cl sometimes wom- and Tela Pennington, of Brodhead Ky. again after being sick a day or so. Vernon, Ky. Miss Lettie Caldwell of London en act the fool now and then, and Who have been the Jesse Reynolds, an old respected was visiting Miss Alza Logan the bigger the man; freq ueutly, guests of Miss Emma Pennington BguOffice on 2nd fioonlof new To Builders. J. W. Marler citizen of the Beelick neighborhood Brown this week. the bigger the fooi. brick on Church street. jfcpeciar and other relatives, during the & Sons now have their mill on one attention given to collections:. is very low with Pneumonia. Fritz Krueger pushed down his Misses Minnie Nicely. Lula Holidays, have returned home. of the best sites in the county and W G Tharp is out again old lime kiln on last Wednesday McKinuey, Lula Dy re and sister are fully prepared to cut bills to Monday, Hon Joseph II. Lewis night , have takn rooms at the Brick order on very short notice. Lumretired from the Appellate bench best side of men Our m6ther-T- he ber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon Jasper Payne and Miss Lucy Hotel and are attending Collegiate and Judge J. P. Hobson took his come out when they talk of inotheJ if desired. Give us your .rders aud were married on the Institute. McKinzic seat. By Judge Lewis' retirement or children, truthfully observed an get prompt attention and the best 29th. U. G. Baker, the Prince oj mer- - Judge J. H Hazehigg becomes exchange, of their children they are of Lumber. HUGH MILLEi- 5feSiythis' couuty d Mrs chauts.Jjis doiug a thriving business Chief Justice. A gold watch was usually quite ready to talk; but Hargis "of Pulaski were married last acd expects to tell the people this was presented to the retiring Just- their reverence for their mother is EVERYBODY LOOK. year, by printers' ink. of the cheap ice? by hi s colleagues. week. not told to every body. When a HEADQUAL1BRS FOR I am selling the singer Sewing bargains he will crary man talks to you about his mother Machine on easy and Logan McKinzie and keep all J. V. terms Rev. B. S. Davault who has the you feel honored for it is a mark of COMMERCIAL MEN. Miss Ruth Elliston, of the Stan Thompson were out from Preach-ervillkinds ofsewing machine needles oil ford College, passed through here reputation of being the ''stingy" respect and regard for you. A man's all trains. at bands, shnttles, and everything oil Wednesday last en route from man of Skaggs creek, has heard of eyes moisten as he talks of his that belongs to a sewing machine. Frank Bryant was up from her home in Pulaski to Stanford a uew claimant for the honors 111 mother, as he tells how she taught Will send needles.by mall to any ad- Livingston.. Said he was hunting Miss Elliston is a model teacher. the pet son of Phil Price a conduct- him to be pure, self reliant, brave; ress. I also clean and repair all kinds a partner. or on K. C. road who attempts to as he pictures her fidelity and ten. Kcv. w iri (juapmau, ot Dan save the weai and tear of his derness. You find him in his office, ol machines. You can see me here Wm. McHargue and Miss. Salliej W. M. Owen Theologicol ville Seminary spectacles by looking over the top but he gives you a few minutes of ver Saturday. Chestnut were married on ThursAlt Vernon Ky preached at Pine Fill last Fridav instead of through the glasses. his time. Almost unconsciously you day Dec. 29. Manufacturers and Saturday evening; Also at the make an allusion to your boyhood, Any information leading the to S. C. Franklin and wife have Presbyterian church in Mt Vernon of Lime and brick. the ed- or ask him then if you are the rgiht On Tuesday Dec. 27th. returned from a visit to .relatives on Sunday afternoon and night taking kind of a man, and he knows you recovery of the old gold watch They also furnish Lime, Building itor had the pleasure of near Lexington. that was taken by mistake or otherThe Supervisors of th? tax list Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. well enough, he talks about his wise from the shop of James Hix, Stone, either quarry face or c r. Edwards and wife of North were in session this week. D. N. Curtis Gover, Crab Orchard. The mother. Let him do the talking, Orders promptlyfill ed guests were present; and if you have good pastoral call Mt. Vernon, some years ago, will Carolina are visiting H. G, Ed- - Williams, W. C. Mullins, A. W. following be thankfully received and a suitward.; this county. Stewart, J. J. Smith and J. W. Mrs. Mary Gresham, Mrs. Lizzie you cannot say any thing that will able reward given. It is a large AlCarter, Miss Ada Carter, Mr. bring him so near to God as his Billy Moor head sawyer for J, W Kirby comprised the board. gold watch with name of "E. W. W. A. (J AllSOl fred Davis, Mr. Saml Hardin, and own talk about his mother. (Marler had an arm badly hurt by Maret" scratched inside back of The first maniagc that occured Mr. J. D. Wearem of Stanford. The And jvagon overturning with him. in Kentucdy took place at Thanking you for past patronage case. "Railway Time Keeper'' on main good tilings on the table were dial; made by "M. Tobias, LiverAug. Sam'l greatly enjoyed by all and the occas and soliciting the continuance of 7, 1772 jack Jones and Miss Lucy Hel pool." No questions asked if re-- , Jard ped 22 of Crooked creek this Henderson and Elizabeth Callo- ion will be remembered, especially same, 1 wish all a happy and prosturned o Signal Oi'fick. way, being the contracting pa rties. by ye editor. perous New Year. county were married last week. Mt. Vernon and Brodhead,. Cleo Brown. The Williams fami lies of this place Kentucky. Jack Lawrence is working the are relatives of the Calloways ' NOTICE Among tne holiday visitors were Will Uc pleased tsgiya sstiwates Hoiy to Prevent Pneumonia. switch levers and and telegraphing D,uiville: To all knowing themselves inAdams Satisfaction 2uira;tadon wrk. You are perhaps aware that pneu Robt Cox, the merchant will be- Miss Ida May extra nights in Junction City debted to me by note or account, Schooler, Paint Lick monia always results from a cola or gin telling in our next issue of Mrs Martha towtr. that I have no speical aaraugement and E. S. Albright, from an attack ot la grippe. During the many bargains in his store. J. J. Ping with, will plea.se call in an and setG. E Rtv. B. S. Dayault icportsthe W. R. McFerron He will shortly have a big stock Danville; the epidemic ot la grippe a few tle same by the first of the year. A. Winkler Lebanon years ago McCoy marriage of J, W. Kirby Jr. to of clothing add other goods in a when so many cates re Now gentlemen, as I have accomoMit Frazer, No 1 and No. Miss Lou Sowders on Dec. 24th to his already big assort- Junction sulted in pneumomia.it was observnd iV P. Freeman to Miss .Laura 2., Pitsburg! Dr. J. H. Pettys, J. ed that the attack was never follow- dated you in the past. I will look ment. dealer in 3errV on Christmas day. for you in at once for a settlement H. Stephens T. B. Lm'r, Walter ed by that disease when Chamber-- 1 WINKS, &c, fcc It takes moneyto WHISKIES' and as you know gaunders Geo. McCarthy Living-stoi- i; The Green Front Drugstore. am's Cough Remedy was used. It Ashland Lodge F. A. Y. M. No. you must com run my business E. B. and Maurice Brown Mt. Vernon Ky counteracts any tendency of cold 40 elected Willi's Griffin, W. M.( Is the place to buy drugs, patent R. L. Joplin, Wilmore; J. S. Par- or la grippe to result in that dan and settal the old account that I U. G Baker, S. W.,' Sam Kinley, s'tati nery cigai. ker, Emil Heuzmann Annlston acccomodato you a- gerous disease. It is the best rem- may be abl fo J. W.lT. G. Carter, Secy., H. S. Medicines jewcrly !gain in the future, otherwise I will Fine whiskies at $2 Tobaccos, paints and oils. Call Ala, H. J. Mullins Pigeon Roost; edy hi wp and BJatnik man, Treas., M. C. Ownes, and the world for bad colds and A. B. Brannamau Alva,;- Maret, not be able to do so. Our Rockcastle friend ean wsJte-o- r yler,k S. Griffiu S. D. and T. J, in when in town. la grippe. Every bottle warranted. C: C. Dnvis & Co. Wildie; Spradlin, GaUatiiij.Tenn., Yours Truly Cres?, J. D The lodge is , in a Tklb:ione. For sale by M C. & D N Williams, , filled day or night J H. Williams, Brcdhcad.l Presc notions Jonas Mckenzic flourishing cotidition. Mt Vernon, Ky. . I'tit-iifliog-- Mt Vernon Signal" j Mrs. Scroggs is quite ill. James Houk, Sr., is improving Overcoats for $5 at RoBrCox. y M ScToggs spent Hugh Miller was in lastiVtek. "' Frankfoit ,,, . i ,..,,,,.1, 'V Pay your dues to Signal, Professional Cards. -- S. N. -- Davis K.y. I Mt. Veraon, i.i.i ii.. , - d w, 1 L-aw- , 0 J. C. McClary UNDERTAKER Na'sh-ville- -. I d ak'j d East-Bernsta- -- Miller House,' V e. MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY K Boones-boroug- h. painter Paper Hanger, - i TOM FERRELL ROWLAND, K. - I Ifltmm- -' . , I WOT GOOD Ho "Wn.TCnllcil Down .4 sji . Unto (lie Luxurious It will do you to talto Hood's Sarsaparilla U . boyond estimation. It will glvo you warm, rich, nourishing blood, strengthen jour "I guess I just about have the emplo) es nt nerves, tono your stomiieli, cicalo an nppa-tltof mid tnnlco you feci better In everyway. cat story," declared onehad thebig torn here a "We invigor.itor of the system a Detroit adepot. It tsn wonderful that was tavorite for months. He never and wards oft colds, fovers, pneumonia and did anything worc than to whip an occathe grip. Tlio best winter medlciuo Is sional dog that came prowling about, pr scratch some kid that wanted to carry him off. Hut he became tat, lazy, 'and impudent. He ascttcil a light to De on top ot the Ucsks, aim rcseiucu uici" liter v. hen he wanted to take his Prlco 31. of a typev nap. Sold by all dealers In metllclno. afternoon boys and myself slipped "So another Hood's Pllla euro biliousness, Indigestion. Tom into n boxof theand sent him to I hieago. car, There was no chance for him to escape, lor it was a tight box car, with the doors healed, COULDN'T FOOL HIM. and billed through. came a carload of "Two How n Colored Hoy Knew JohciiTi furniture weeks later there and alter it had from Chicago, IvITcraoti Was Not it Cirtrack the woik ot unbeen shunted to a side loading was begun. The men scattered when cus Kldcr. they saw a p lir of ficiy e es woikmg toward them thiough chair legs and over cm pet Joseph .lelTcison and his son Tom were rolls. While they weie arming themselves walking home troni a duck hunt on Ins plancoupling pins in order to lesist the tation in liOiiiBiiitia one evening, when one with of some wild 'critter, a long, lean and of the loloied liojs asked Tom what he did hungry-lookincat sprang out, blinked till in the show. Tom haul: 10 me iigui nun mm lie became "l!o up, John, and ask him! he'll tell trotted to accustomed Theie he gae me an my office. you." ugly leci, winked at the clerks and curled Tlio colored boy went up to Mr. Jefferson up on a window sill in the sun. I accepted and Mid: old Tom and now call him 'Senator. "Mr. Joe, will jou be mad if I axed you "Whv Senator?" sometliin'?" "Ilcc-uishe knew a good thing and was "No, John, what it is?" said Mr. Jeffer- so anxious to get back." Detroit Free Press. son. "What do you do in de show?" CniiiiUniT AKntiist Tirln (Icrinn. Mr. Jeffeion leplied that it would be A village clergyman tolls this story: lie lather difficult tor him to explain to him walking tluougn me oiiisuius ui i was what liU pirticulir line of business was. his "Well," said John, "dus jer swallow parish one evening, when he saw one of cot- i.iriwhinnii'i-p- r liiiv whitewashing lm knives?" soniewhat tagc. h. Jefferson told him lie had no talent !j signs otPleased at these called out: " novel ell, cleanliness, he Whatever m that iliiection : iinu "We . ver mhi told niB yed swallowed I 'ones, I see you ate inaKing jour uuu-t- Jones, lth lousair Unives and folks a ml lire, .mil do Lor" kuows j nl smart. leccntlv taken tin e cottaze. ie- what all, and 1 bcliete he was jest foolin who hadfrom the ladder, and slowly walked fcccnded me. Mr. Jefferson agreed with him, saying to the hedge which separated the garden from the load. "That's not nctlytliO( rea-- ' vhat liU son as quite capable of it. "Well, dele's one thing certain," said con why I'm a doing of this etc job, he whispered, "but the last two couples as John, "yer don' act in de circus." I savs Mr. Jefferson asked him how he could lie lived in this 'ere rottage 'ad twins; so to my missus, I'll take an wliitewasn iuc of that. John bin it into an iinmoil-Ciat- c place, so as there mayn't be no infection, tne la lit ol laughter. "O, no; no nr! Yeiv.in't fool me on dat. see. sir, as 'ow we got ten ehildi en already. Corniiill Magazine. I've seen jer tret on .i horse yer ain't no (ilobe. circus actor. SliiU-xmiiuo, blue-ribbo- n The Good & pars THE SENATORIAL INSTINCT. A. THEIR FIRST RECEPTION. lUuKluIoylt.ceiveil lh l'rmldent Stiuon' Greeting ut Whlti,'li0Me A Grent Tlirons of VlsltoraL" nnd Mm. AVAsmxaToy, Jan. 3. Tlio president and Mrs. McKlnloy received the greetings Monday from tlio throng of callers, representing evciv branch of public life, who attended the white liotiMj reception. It was the llist time since the present administration begun that circumstances permitted t lie observance of this custom, nnd this, as well as the happy and propitious circumstances under which the year begins added to the interest and enjoyment surrounding the event. It was nn'ldcil midwinter day, the air crisp and br.it ing and the ground covered withsnou. The executive mansion was elaborately decorated for the event, a wealth f cut flowers, palms, potted plants nnd transforming ferns the Into bowers of slirubbcn In tho receiving line and bloom. with the president and Mrs. McKlnl were the members of the cabinet a'l the cabinet ladies, while back of tin' line stood many ladies from the nriin. navy, congressional and jinlU-uAmong the most notuWt circles. llgnres in the line of callers were t' foreign ambassadors ami ministers m diplomatic uniforn rich their of the ()lllcei;s army am' navy also were in full uniform, givli a brilliancy and dash to the occasion The army group which attracted was one made upofMni Gens. Miles, Shatter and Lawton ami lirig. tlcn. Corbin, who, after greeting the presidential party, were invited u join the receiving party. The reception lasted something over two bourn and was in every way a successful 'and happy ushering In of the new year.' sen-son- 's AT QUOTATIONS. CALENDAR FOR 1899. v JANUAUY "Cv "C Dclrolt Cnt Tlint Win Likened for SurlnKlnji Something lie Didn't Ivnovr tho Authority Of. f JUr.Y "BMTWTPS gu-ii- t Ul nuuu Sarsa- - -- Ho came home in a bad temper. ".f.ltllt." lm ITrilflKf ntilfnfl lltnx.rt wn eiml. n thins as the constitution of the United BUtea on the tiremibCs?" , "Why, yes, William," she cheerfully an- ewered; "I'll get it for you," She came back presently with a thin and handed it to him. lie took it up, glanced At it, and flung it to ' tloor. the Thcie you go, too," he unarled. "Tliat's the declaration ot independence! Hy Jove!" he bitterly ndded, ."liere 1 came home to btudy up the eoiiKtitution, nnd the wife of my bosom tries to palm oil the declaiation ot independence un me!" "What's uone wrong, William?" she naked. "Why, this very morning," he angrily cried, "I was quoting at length fioin the constitution, as I supposed, when n iellow ' ! I vol-un- 7. 7. 7. 4 "c "c 7 10 11 12 1314 2 8 4 fi C 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 9 10 11 12 13 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 10 17 18 19 20 23 2 1 25 2G 27 29 30 31 M OMTWTI-- 11 9 7 7 8 i .... .... 3031 2 3 . ri:imu,utv 1 AuaijsT ...'.. 14 10 21 22 28 29 6 G 12 13 19 20 26 27 14 15 1G 17 18 13 i4 15 10 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 20 '.'1 22 2324 25 20 27 28 29 30J31 . . . 28 7 8 9J011 4,. . G 7 1 2 3 4 6 8 9 1011 12 m.vkcii . k apmt-ment- g 'That ain't th' constitution.' This took me aback, but I rallied nnd cried: 'I mean the declaration of independence.' 'Tam't that, neither.' he roaied. "What is it, then?' I howled. 'It's tho Bible! he shrieked. Say. Jane, have we got n Ilible in the houic?" Cleveland Plain Dealer. jelled out: froldicrs in Hawaii may contract leprosy . 7 8 9 12 13 II 15 10 17 18 la 11 12 13 14 15 16 19 20 21 22 23 21 25 17 1819 20 21 22 23 26 27 28 29 30 31 . . . 25 26 27 28 29 30 C 5 6 7 8 910 .. 1 2 3 4 11 si:i'ti:mhkk .. ,. i 3 4 6 2 Not worth paying attention to, you say. Perhaps you have had it for weeks. It's annoying because you have a constant desire to also cough. It nnnoy3-yobecause you remember that weak lungs is a family falling. At first it is a slight cough. At last it 13 a hemorrhage. At first it is easy to cure. At last, extremely difficult. llnv llrlnir I.fiironr to TIiIh Country. It is pointed out that the United States Aritir. . l and bung it to this tommy when they re tu mi. While leprosy is much to he dreaded, there ate u thousand tunes as many victims lo stomach disorders nnd blood disease, butlor them in llostcttcr'sStomthue is u cure 4,.t .u , ..L....I. .1. .. acll iMucr-- . uiucr cuniniuu tiiiiiii'iiiaa unu tlio Hitters are a specific for an malaria, fe ver and ague. Sold at all ding btorcs. there, :. . .. ..... 1 2 3 I A (i 2 !1 4 5 6 9 10 111213 1115 8 9 10 1112 13 1G 17 18 19 20 21 22 15 16 17 18 19 20 23 21 25 26 27 28 29 22 23 21 25 2GJ27 i 7 8 777'. X . . otrroni.K 7 14 21 30 .. 28 . 293031 mav . novi:mui:h Perfectly Fiuoked ."0 Iluriuli-KM- . Dix I once knew n joung man who cigarettes daily without any particular harm resulting thcrefiom. Is it possible? Hi "Yes; and the only noticeable effect was the death of the smoker." Chicago Kvcniug News. . . One f Mtuiy. Mis. Weeks What business is your husband engaged in? Mrs. Mocks lie operates in stocks. "Is lie a "bulP or a 'hear?' " "Iloth. Ile'a a bull nt the stack exchange nnd a hear nt home." Chicago Kvcning News. 1 1 2 3 4 5 . . 2 3i 4 8 1) 10 11 12 13 5 0 7 8 9110 11 1 1 15 16 17 18 19 20 12 13 1 1 15 16J17 18 21 22 23 21 25 26 27 19 20 21 22 23 21 25 26 27 28 29 301. I. 28 29 30 31 . 7 0,. .him: . . im:ci:mih:u 1 . .1.. 4 11 5 6 7 8 15 18 19 20 21 22 12.i:i!ll 25 20,27 28 29 I. 1 2 ?. .. ..I' . 2 9 10 3 4 5 0 71 8 9 10 17 10 llll2 13 ll'lO'lG 2312! 17 18ll9 20j21 22'23 30! . 2 1 25 26 27.28 29,30 I j I I I 31 quickly conquers your little backing cough. There is no doubt about the cure now. Doubt comes from neglect. . For over half a century Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has been curing colds and coughs and preventing consumption. It cures Consumption also if taken in time. Hccponeoi Dp.flgcr'stficrrg pectoral Plasters oer your longs t rjoa cotigu. Shall wa send yon thl subject, tree? Mis. Dailiug Tint's nothing. My husband looks under the lied at my request every night. (Jlnc.iso lCvening News. is our defence?" "Well, our honor, 1 was just getting hoiye after having been out all night with a sick friend. Mv wife was waiting for we The average man pndis himself on the in no friendly frame ot lnimi. ine uago came along and started playing there IMSe possessions his neighbor can't afford. so a Hot Time in the Old Town Washington (la ) Demoirat. I took it as a personal matter and proceeded d hur-rieto put i dent in h - Matures. The cops up and pinched the dago nnd his piano, t, How It HniiiK'iit'tl. Truly I.ovcil. The police magistrate eyed the priosner Mts. AiNlev Mj husband is very good to sternly. accompanies me to church "You were arrested, he said, ' for asfie. He .ilwu hat n .uud.us. saulting the player of a street piano. BAD FIRE IN A MINE SHAFT. One Hum. red Men IniprlupU for A Wht'. Hut Wcrf l'ltmlly Krftcuctl I'm m lltr Mill Uiilmriitril. Caki.i.nvim.i:. 111., Jan. 3. The slujft of the I'arhnville by a can of lubricating oil being heated on a stove in the top f Coal Co. J and -" "Well, you! 'urged 1- the prisoner, sadly. "1 was carrieu away witn me music, sum Baltimore American. Ins honor. . ,( H6S is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care nnd skill with which it is manufactured by bcientiflc processes known to the CAi.iroiiNiA. Via Srisup Co. only, and wo wish to impress upon all tho importance of purchasinR- the true and briginal remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Fig is manufactured by the Qu.ironNiA Fia Syiiui Co, only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one'in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the Fio Syuut Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrnp of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weaken- ing them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of ine ivomimny EXCELIEKCE OE SYRUP OF Cau-founia Question of Vnltici. He knew that she was a cleaver business woman, and therefore he thought his scheme a good one. Hut he didofnot realize that she values. was such a good judge "I have made a bet that I will marry you, he said. . "Money up?' she asked. "Yes," he answered, pleased at the way she took hold of the propo"f sition. ,,"How much? "Five hundred dollars. She looked'bim over critically. - 11 have "Too:.low"," she said at last. "You . -- lonA tn $.i 000 nr vntl 11 lose. a And 'at that, ns she afterward explained, bargain-daprice-Chic- ago busi-nessli- she" was giving him a y Post. the tipple. A strong southwest wind fanned the iiames to all parts of the wooden parts, which coven. Hit aeii)of Tin Cornfeil PIiIIiimoiiIiit. ground. The fire company was powsaid "The erless, as there was no water in the Cninfi-- succeskful statesman,"able to stand be Philosopher, mains. The burning tiuihci:. and fired .. great deal while he is running, not tu men urn the ability to Jie at the same time." coal tumbled down in 111c Indianapolis Jounval. One hundred men uero engine being below. The l'ur (illlforiiln To'.irlals. seldom used, refused to work. A pa"hju The Uurliiigton Koute has Weeklv Tourist Slcepei K.cuiiiiut, peroualfy conensued below, whore the air had !ll tl ducted lliv tlnguislicd the dames on the latiu'? aAVednesday a fiom ht. nn linllln Airontl mwi l.ouis and Chicago lu leaving the men in lottal d:irUiei. l.o. Aunrles audSaii I'Vancinco. The loute M "r,,vel scciue oloiailo, bait Like Thcv were scattered over t, M - Hi ? )er.fc?t- s,'l"',li"c tliroiighoiit mTV, three miles. Suffocation was wnl9,for Aii uvcrtcd. A scene indescribable t W Wakeley.Gcn. fol,ter l? lJ '"A.T Agent. htLouis, .Mo. place on top amot(g the uouieil, lUUf ers, claugl iters and sweet hearts of tjej . IIUcil. 11.111 .I.....1 ttysin . t'lu-iiK'air-sha- ft . excursions to the The gieatest opportunity to visit the Kmpne btate ot the I'nion, unparalleled as to resouixes and products and aim Willi an area exceeding an me r.asn-ri- i Middle States. The statntical reports ol pioducts. as compiled In the commissioners the as of Texas, md.eate this advantages in Us nuhfand greatest .'innate and .1, the variety and ,,,oUuctivencss ot its soil, ror luriner miur ination, dicnptive pimnhlcts and dates of excursions, apply to ll. llousher.Dist.P. A., Cincinnati, O. Semi-monthlhoutli-v.-ot, - Olntnirntn for Catnrrk Very Low Hnlt-- Via the Missouri, Etnnrr Tlint Contain Mcrcary, KnuitiiN it Toxin llnllttii). of of as mercury will surely destroy the tense Mnell and completely derange the whole system when ciiteimg it through the mucous Such urticles khould never be sin faces. iifcd except on prescriptions from tcputahlc .!.......... " "'", iMinnnn Tlint wi fin in' I" """" ,ou wot to." wi pojmH) , ',H from them. Hn U loir "".vc jnanufact 1") en nter' jr . coijU ;i... flVstcm. Ill hll)ing cllrtnron I1"'.0 '1 ' Catarrh lire he euro you gei inescn nine. It is taken internally, nnd made in Toledo , Ohio, by V. J. Cheney & Co. Testi- monials free. Sold liv Drusgists, price 75c per bottle. the Hall's 'Family Pills are the best. book on "V( ' 1 Our RJa&Iagl Dcpnrlmcnf. If jon liaw'nnjr complaint whatever mid unlro thn U-s-t mrdlcat mlvlco jrnu can jxisllhlr obtnln, nrlto th doctor frcvly, Ymi will rccelvo a ITumpt reply, without cot. Addreu.DK. J. !. AVIin, Lowell, : 1 "" """?'..'"? 3 '"t 1 iu. One Wiiy lo Try. The Imptcssniio Of couisc. you csn't please even body Friend Xo? Suppose you give W agner opera with coon songs between the nets. -- Puck. ill I nm Imluieil (n Cry C'AUL'A-KI'.T'Alter "111 Mirurbu I williout tlio in In the houic Mr Mvur ra III a. very had shape, and mr head acbed and I had utouiach Ironblo Now, since taking Cascarct. I feu I lino Mr til If limnlso used them nltli benoaclal remits (nr Mur plomacli ' Jos. UiiEiiLi.Na, m Coukicm bi.. et. Louli. Mo. I To Cure n Cold In One liny Al. Tako I. n ntivc llroino Quinine Tablet dtuggists lefiiml iiuuiry if it fails tocure. 'J."ie . drffiZwyh. 1 r 3 nni-itiW- - ficTO-l,v- V- - Why Thev Quarreled. The Onion Eater he jnt took my breath away'" The llriitt "Dear mc! You'd never take Y. Journal. jim for d strong man!"-- X. -"- Mv. but V' CATHARTIC candy TRAOC MAUK ntOISTMEOjj' T.iM Oood, .Do Wr do you' reckon that doctor t'umps me nil over de chest fer? Jake Tiyin' to see how much dough you had in jour inside pocket, of course. Cin- BillWhat View of n Injiniui. cinnati Enquirer. The AfllrmntlTC Wins. No one can deny that in the matter of tho Cyrano do Bergerac "fad" the public is allowing itself to be led by the nose. St. Loui3 Republic. play-goin- g apolis Journal. I lie Kiumv Xot All. He You think you know it all. don't .you? Him Xo; 1 have never been able to figure out any reason for you being alive. Indian- His call had lasted something like two he believed hours when he suggested that "Tllpn whv In ..m.lrl vnrwl inr tlinmrhln. ,ion-- t J0U ROj" si,e asked. Town and Couri- j ( try Journal. , Tlio men were luirliy. victims. leased from the mine unharmed. T III, loss will aggregate SlO.COd; surnnee. '1 Owing to recent trouble betwee ployes and employers, the mines w ty not be rebuilt. Only a small siipplv of coal is on hand in the city. A suit volt follow between the city and tho v:i or company, as this is the second huge 10 caused by the failure of the coiiip.iiiy to supply water, the big (louring null being the other, a year ago. Tho in o blockaded the Chicago & Alt jit and tlio Litchfield, Carrollton & Western trams. One hundred families are almost h as a result of the fire. f the Tinted .States each eai (1'lie inner collni is the conuecting hill lie Itwcrn nllarlcss h.uliarisui and dccrntl at- tned '1I1zjt1nn Iloston lianciipt n7i t 111 j Sonic alii, There is still a drinand for ahnut m -. f . 2.j,000,000 A LIVING WITNESS. Mrs. Hoffman Doscrlboa How Sho "Wroto to Mrs. Plnkham for Advico, and la Now Woll. DnAn Mhs. Quod. .Norur aicucn. Wrnkvii. or Pleasant. IMlatablo. Potent (itlii' 10c. 1x ioc '..I ... CURE CONSTIPATION. Inlrrtl Nr ... PttrlUf lltmnlr Oapnnr Utlfaro Yrl, IIS n Labor organizations object In having t-made goods placed on the m:u kct Thcv are opposed to pron sells. L. A. W. Bulletin. convic- I have found Piso's Curp for Consumption an unfailing medicine. V It. Lot, 1303 Scott St . Covington, Ky., Oct. 1. 1SD4. th? nun who says his kindness arises from Ulobe. k "'fatherly" uiotivu.--Atchion your Vcgctablo Compound 1 who a tjreat sutTorer. I have been sick for .uonths, was troubled withsevcro pain I'inkham: Before uslnj; SoM nnil pnnrnineril l nil ' II 1(1. Tobacco llubll. Oirls should bo taught early to beware of THE MARKETS. LIVESTOCK CnUlc,common..5J Dl l& iseltcl buichers to good, llslit... 5 bl CALVfch a li neavy IiUUS Coarto anu :i 00 Mixed packers Lipht Bhlppers 3W SHKKI'-Cliolce J in both sides of abdomen, soro feeling' in lower pnrtof bow Amr 7&ri'Mt els, also Buffered with dizziness, headache, nnd could not sleep. I wroto you a Winchester' iqapedt hot Gun Shells 5H00T 4Wl'.W letter describ- REPRESENTATIVE DINGLEY. Thero It Slight Improvement tit Ilia ( m. ttillun mil' He IIiinu i'lzlitln; t'h inrx I'nr III I.'.fi-- . 11 Ci.NclsNATi. Jan. a 3W dt 4 ftS ing my caso and asking your advice, xou ten- - Used byAlltheCwmpiojj 5hot5 fjf.t. Jsm Nam on a Postal WW fM 152 MSB IllUSTRMD QTAIOOUI. ' , Keeper (coolly) un- - HolUUiVJ MlffifS? cater tor "I don't pigs." CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FKANCIliCO, CL LoniariLts. Kr. new vouk.k.v. TWt get mad; it will settle on your liver. Atchison Globe. Meekl often. thytlappy Girls FTom no apparent cause, become languid and despondent in the early da'jts of theiT womanhood They drag along always tired, never hungry, bntathleas and with a. palpita-tino- ; heart after flight exercise so that merely to walk up stoJTS ia exhausting. Sometimes Wasiiinotox, .1.111. n.- - The family of Representative Dingley Monday i ro cheered by a slight improvement to hope that ho had a fighting chance minis life though realizing that remains critical. If he recovers at all it will bo four or five days before he can be said to be out of danger and then will come a long tedious season This view of slow recuperation. of the ciiso is as favorable and liisi'un-ditlon conservative ns his condition n a shoTt.dTy-coleads to the Fear thatthsy' o .: Have you too little blood? been made strong, hungTy. are"going into consumption? They are anamic. doc tors, tell them.Mhith means Is taken It warrants. as a result of several slight things that may or may not mean that he uventu? ally will pull through his sickness. He passed a. comfortable night on the whole, and Monday morning vt.is at least holding his own. During tho his temperature dropped forenoon some and tho lungb apparently were making a slight progress tonnid betterment. OUI what to do. I LAM11 IIUAIIISIIS OV THIS PAI'KIl followed your direc family i 4U W S ro tions, IJESIItINO TO 11UY ANYTIIINa 71 UHAIN Wheat No. Srcd.neir and cannot praiso your rncdicino ADVBKTI9RD IN ITS COLUMNS J4 ill No. 3reit enough for what it has dono for me. 3s SB No. 2 mixed Corn SHOULD INSIST UPON HAVINO 6 '.'M Many thanks to you for your advico. Oats N'o.2 WHAT THKY ASIC KOB. IIKKUdlKO MVi Jtye No.2 ALL SUBST1TUTK3 Oil IMITATIONS Lydla E. Plnkham's Vcgetablo Comff 8 15 HAY Prime to cholco f foio 25 Mes porl; pound has cured mo, and I will recom5 :" Lard mend it to my friends. Mrs. FLor.cKCB 61 U DUTTER Cliotco dairy K. Hoffman, 513 UolandSt., Canton, O. Prime to choice creamery.. 3 so 00 to fancy APPLES Cholco n Tho condition described by Mrs. " 135 POTATOEb Per bnl will appeal to many women, yet CHICAOO 3 40 ffJSBO Iothoonlr nurocureln thoTjorM lots of sick women strugglo on with cera. ISnitu Ulct r. Hcrot'ulou for Chronic Til. FLOUR Winter jnlont. 714 GKAIN Wheal No. i red.... Ulcers, Onnsrenc, their dajly taska disregarding tho Olil Korea. It never falls. l)ri itsNorra, anil nil CI ft OJ out all poison No. 3 Chicago bprlng 37 urgent warnings until overtaken by bares oxponso and sntferlnp. Curis permanent oat?-n- S. w llcstsalTo fur Aliscea.ca, l'llca, llurna. Cm, ...... " wP i InriP, actual collapse. and all Treah 'WomikI.. Mr mall, "tiinll 850 ft POUU-M- ess Hook free. .1. 1. AI.I.i:X M r.ltlOINU i:ic. 5W & n The present Mrs. PInlrham'o experiLAHU Slcam CO., 81. J'uul, Sllnn. Holil by Drusalala. NI'.W YOUIC ence in treating female ills is unparalJ OATALOOUCO OP THOUOANDS OF 4 Co 3 74 FLOUn Winter rntcnt. W leled, for year3&ho worked sldo by side SXs."S-SJ- 2 J red VHEAT-h with Mrs. Lydia E. Plnkham, and for mixed 8ENT FREE SENT FREE 01 OJHW jYE sometimes past has had solo chargo I.nrecst Aaaortment lu the Wurld. Ml kinds New Including Homo J!!l of tho jorrcspondenco department of pt Hooka forItmu'tl. Amusement),libellers. ihlldtcrTs POKK-NMess " t 0 40 her (jrcat business, treating by letter I'lore. Justcm I'lsrs, Cliaiuda. Mis Plurs lor Mala J.irlpr' Wax Dlal.igurs, Ni LAHU Wcstein I'aper Sienorv, Woiks. Kalir l'liri onlr.Tubloaus VlTant,Mkc Up Material j. BALTIMORE. as many as a hundred thousand ailing Characters Ouide to tho Siaan. Oiiuia m NeJwtln; AmstcurV 3 Si 3M "Ilonr to Make Up." NAM 1. I'll K C1I, lly l'h & ;'? women during a single year. 20 Veat 2Sil Ntrcet, Now Iforu Ulty, . 7J 0t;iT5 & 6 W) OS PKOVl"-IONS --- H 0 3 M f4 .1 05 St 3 (6 i i Winchester Repeatingbms 100 WmcMCZTtiihi, i) & r - replica iuf,r uiu ttnHtvN, Conn & juab J n (To 1 1 Iloff-ma- , 7- Vnrl-coa- Ft-T- ..... UO .Ki-- No. 3EXji-2L"S2'3- CORN-N- O.-- OATS-Ml- xcd ow '!'' 100 FI.OUR.-Komll- y GRAIN-Famfcouthern--Whctorn-Mixed No. at Church Iliiriiril. that they have too little blood Are you like that? More ancemic people have energetic men and women by the use of Dt. Williams' Pink Pills foT Pale People than by any other means They are the best tonic in the world. Niagara Co., N. Y., had been a very Mis Lulu Stevens, of healthy g'rt "ntlt about a ycarngo, when she grew weak and pjle. She lost her appetite, vtaa ns tltvtl In the morning as on retiring, olid lost flesh until she became so emaciated thather friends hardly knew her. The doctors declared the disease ouxrala, mut gave her up to die. A physician who was visiting in Gaspoit prevailed upon her to try Dr. Williams' rink rills for Talc People. She did so, and wan benefited at once,. She Is now well nud strong the very picture of health. Euffale (A". 1'.) CeurUr. , I'msMJiscm, Pn., Jan. 3. The Third 1 No. OW? f8',J w United Presbyterian church, on Dia- - Corn No s mixed 14 Oatk No 2 mixed mond street, opposite the courthouse, 4 OT 37 w.ib almost completely destroyed by FLOUR Winter patent W 2 red...... No. fire. Loss about 500,000. well covered ft Corn-Mi- xed by Insurance. The building ;n, 0ne Oats-MlPORK-M- ess J'''S? of the oldest churches in the city, hav; LAUD blcam ' ing been built in 1S4S. CKAIN-Wheal-LOUI-'VXLL- a URAIN-Wheut-xod white Western quality CAVi'LE-Flr- xl UOUt Wwiern INDIANAPOLIS. Outb-- Hvc No S S ?J fc l m TO 4 U Mt STARMPLUG g,1" L.& NATURAL 4 JW u0 's LEAF PLUG I CLIPPER PLUG CORNER STONE PLUG SLEDGE PLUG SCALPING. KNIFE PLUG m vnetr- - naiifntnr QTniflMft dLCUUC miUUtiC, JI.IWIilMU B o TRUST or, Not ViO-C- t foV LIGGETTo; MYKRR TOBACCO COMP'Y, ! CO Mnnufacturcrj aea.a-a'a- ' MIIMtlalBsa-l4lMMIllM- t Gnu. The Delaware legislatuie convened at noon Tuesday, and among tho most Important matters that v ill be taken up by that body will be the selection of a United States Ecnatbj' to succeed (leorge Cray. S 11 Dovnts, Del., unr 10 Seimtor Jan. .". p,ycyycyccycycv4cycycyc BAD "THOUGHTLESS FOLKS HAVE THE HARDEST WOFlK, BUT QUICK WiTTED PEOPLE USE WORSE WORST Can be prorrptlv cutcd without delay or trifling by tfia arc sold only n packages, the vapour the Full name. Fot sale by all always behind Med.une TflC genufne drug-dhtbo- T Don't Unlit I'oimiiiiit. Company. Schenect&dy.N V., on receipt of price, fifty cents per bo. Book oF cures free on request. scnt.postp&td.by the Or William CL.RKb'ir.tE, Tenn., Jnn. ... At ,a meeting of Forbes bivouac of the bill introduced into congress by Senator Marion llutler, of North Carolina, to pension confederates was itrongly condemned. N confed-ateveteia- GOOD BETTER BEST remedv ass C ss osaac-aBiiwiaawioaa0f- or pain, ST, JACOBS OIL. . M O HHUIt 111 tLat f AllS. Boat Couiib Brrup. Tastes Good. In tlrao. Sold br ilrusslstA. ;ss cases, Do I 'NEW DISCOVER Yjllvea quick rciioianacururorai bend for book of testimonial; ana iw b09,iUsit,ua Free. Or. U. " 174 A. N. 1C.- -E KiBiaft'aBE ttUX.V WIHTINO TO ocycooooyc'r roycvcyoi - plBse stale tbot yon wr ut tntm io AVKTIICRS ui papers ani 'J &., it. .. k , I wi I ' tmii sissiniimwliMlUii mfznrrrrr: