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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1899 mou1899112401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5 , Mi-iiOen. f ennm KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1899. NUMBER 10. DAGUPAN. VOLUME XIV. THE MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNT ENTERED BOEBHIIN They Continue to Pour Ilapidly Manila, Nov. 21. Thero has been a Into Capo Colony, With Plenrevival of insurgent activity south of ty of Supplies. Manila, particularly in Cavito proENEMY MacArthnr Found No Insurgents There Us I. Preparing III Troops for an Attack. 8 (trrinpn innn n c. aftr irrrrrknnrr lAic cmsMwr in iCKjtis.. 1 1 9 THE LINCOLN COUNTY s 3r . .y&y AJ4hf NATIO OF STAFFORD, KY. TEN MILES FBOM ESTCOURT. Two Unsuccessful Attempts Jlado to Oust tho Rustenburff Commando Near Mafekiuff by tho British. Severn Fighting Took I'lnce Reports of a Not Heat? llattle at Lndyiiulth Confirmed Oen, JonbertlteporU ed to He Morlng feoutn, London, Nov. 21. Tho Standard publishes tho following from Lady smith, dated Sundny, November 10: "Tho arrival of tho relief column at Estcourt has completely modified tho plans of tho enemy, and Gen. Joubcrt lias moved to the south in an effort to prevent the junction of the two British forces." Estcouut, Nov. 21. Ma. Bethun's patrols have located tho enemy on the northwost, about ten miles off. Tho lloen would not bo drawn. Fighting is reported nt tho Mool river. The Boers arc doing1 more looting than fighting and all their parties south of Ladysmith aro foraging on tho farms. Advices from Ladysmith tell of brilliant servico stories With comparatively slight loss on our sido and heavy slaughter of tho enemy. Ladysmith is full of wounded and captured Boers. It is reported that In tho fighting on November 9 the euciny lost 300 killed and S00 captured. The Boers aro trying hard to influ-- fiuenco and conclllato tho native Kaf firs. S. London, Nov. 2L Tho reports of heavy fighting at Ladysmith last Wed- con trArjVUno'niosVrellttblo'Ba rices' from Estcourt indicate that thcro was nothing more than a dosultory cannonade. Probably tho rumor of a serious engagement grew out of tho fact that tho Boors throw a fow harmless shells lata Tuesday night, leading to tho supposition that an attack was Nothing, however, hapImminent. pened Wednesday. Beyond tho fact that the Boers aro daily receiving fresh reinforcements and supplies, there is practically noth ing now from tho front. Tho Boer invasion of Cape Colony continues steadily and rapidly. There aro 1,800 Boers at Colesbcrg, and news has reached East London that Ladygrey, near Allwal, north, has been deserted by the British and is now in the hands of tho enomy. A Pretoria dispatch announces tho arrival thero among the prisoners of Maj. Haitian, Lieut. Brochio and Lieut. Hallwoy. It also declares thut the British on Sunday made two unsuccessful attempts to oust tho Rust.cn-bur- g commando from a position near Mafcking, and that scvero fighting toolc place. Oen. Joubert is evidently moving south to prevent if possible the junction of tho British relieving force with tho forces at Estcourt and Ladysmith, whllo on tho Orange rlvor border tho Boers arc believed to bo concentrating nt Donkerpoort to opposo Oen. Bui-ler- 's advance. It is said 0,000 Boers havo alroady laagered at Donkerpoort. Fired on the Mob- Covinqton, Ga., Nov. 21. A masked mob of about 75 men attacked the jail hero at 11 o'clock Monday night in an effort to securo Wm. Collins, a whlto man. Shoriff Anderson, in defending the prisoner, ordered hisdputics to firo upon tho mob. Tho effect of tho shooting is not known, but tho sheriff says ho saw ono man carried off by his companions. Collins attomptcd to assault Miss Mlnnlo Klrkus, who lives near the Porterdalo mills. Kmperor William at Windsor. Windsor, Nov. 21. In tho course of tho afternoon tho emperor went for a stroll In Windsor park, inspected tho queen's prlzo cattle, and visited tho armory. Thero was a family dinner party at tho castlo Monday evening. Tuesday an elaborate banquet will bo given in St. Oeorgo's hall. Unltod States Ambassador Choato will bo among tho guests. Transferred to Mrs newer. Washington, Nov. 21. A formal deed of conveyance was Monday placed on file transferring from Adm. George Dewey to Mrs. Mildred Dowoy tho property No. 1747 Rhode Island avenue, in this city, which was presented to tho admiral by popular subscription. A nominal consideration is named. NS VETERANS DYING OFF. HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED. vince. At Imus Sunday the Filipinos fired a smooth-bor- e cannon, but this Nine Thouiand Soldiers of tho Mexican, PJfi fDled Saying lilt Name Wm Ulalr, Dot was soon silenced by tho American arWar Are After an Increase of m fj' III tVlfe and Child Say Me Was tillery. Ihomas F. Doner ;;. Their l'.nsl.nt. In tho courso of tho morn'ng Maj Cowlcs, with a battalion of the 4th Lexington, Ky., Nov. 31. Gen. W. B, iaVX OUI8VIL1 E. Kv.. Nov. 19. The man . .lit. .l infantry and two guns, scattered the Smith, secretary and treasurer of tho JeV wwwu 4t wiu uivgr AiuaJtwai liuvmu enemy from tho districts around Imus Mexican war veterans, who is prepar- amkT 14 from a bullet wound received In and in tho direction of Perez Des ing to put before cougross a blllHo Jiflght at Cherry's saloon on tha Marinas. Tho Americans could not increase tho pensions of tho men mt- tho nignt oetore, has been pursue the rotrcatlng Insurgents be- who fought for their country fifty iAitUlcd. When taken to the ho pttal cause their ammunition was exhausted, years ago, is rccolvlng many lct leTefused to give his name, and then And continuously under same management for 2g yeare. q three or tour diiicrent ones, final- Tho Filipinos wore under tho command ters from senators, representatives. of Gen. Mariano Trias. e said his name was Robt E. Blair, Solicits your Bank account hoping such bussiness rela-io- ns Indorsing,' governors and others Spies roport that tho insurgents aro the scheme. nd that ho was from Columbus, say's Gen. Smith will prove materially profitable and pleasant. coming into Cavito provinco from there aro now about nine thousand oV hio. As this coincided with initials u marKS on nis ciotning, u was in Laguna provinco and the these men living, ana they are ayin ;iought ti. be'true. Thursday the re- Tho in- at the rate of three 'per day. Therr, other southern provinces. surgents havo smooth bores and two are eight state organizations. They ains were identified as those of mas F. Dorsey, by his wife and J. J. Williams. modern cannon. Firing was in pro- are too proud to beg, ho says, and yet .Lynn. J. S. Owsley, Sr. J. )d. The Identification was alsocor- gress Monday afternoon and it is re- their pensions aro so meager tha S. H. Shanks. William Gooch. J. F. Cash. borqtcd by a friend. ported that there aro more insurgents many of them have to accept charity. in the vicinity of Imus than ever bei'' Sudden'Ieath of A. W. Carpenter. H. Cummins, J. B. Owsley. Coneruinin Settle. Three Election Officers Indicted. ' ' fore. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 18. Congrcss- 10. Tho fed4- Louisville, Ky., Nov. Gen. MacArthur's reconnolssanco enn Evan E. Settle, democrat, of the tered Dagupan Monday afternoon. eral grand jury Friday morning for The Americans found that no insur- mally returned indictments against fcyenth Kentucky district, died sud- d(s(nn nt. X gents had been thero for four days. laicman v;arr, isu:oru u u imams an Inlv . at Owimtnn ""jr,'VT Wtncrnf A Thntrmtnn. nlnntlnn nfflnnm of .WidOCk ThUrsdaV CVenlniT. DagThe 33d infantry was probably in upan Sunday, leaving Sunday night Frankfort Tho indictment chargcSq3pWENTON, Ky., Nov. 19. The funeral of congressman Settle was No insurgents have been seen any- that they conspired to injuro and where near tho railroad, and it timldato a citizen of the UnltPut.Weld at Osvcnton Baptist .church in tho enjoyment of the rightsday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted is believed that thb only armed fLbWRev. W. E. Mitchell, the Dastor. forco of any size is in the of suffrage. Rev. J. W. Waldrope, a lifelong mountains of the province of Zam-bi- o Little 1107a rolioned. ad of the family. In his delirium to tho west, although there are Ky., Nov. 10. While Eminence, Settle talked much of the late reports of insurgents concentrating playing the two little boya of T6i rapalgn and the last word he uttered at San .Miguel Do Camilang, west of Givlden, of New Castle, whose age Many telegrams of .b "Goebel." Panlquc, and at Mangatarom (or are 6 and 7 years ispectlvoly, drar soN-3pathy from all over the country west of Bayabang. Gen. some water out of an old vial found' a been received. MacArthur is prepared for the attack, tho yard and both are poisoned his forces being disposed between consequence and can not live, 'rAnkfobt, Ky., Nov. 2L Gov. dlcy Issued A proclamation for a Durban, province of Tarlac and Dagu- children are nephews of Sheriff pan. The 12th infantry, a battalion of Givlden. ial election in the Seventh dls- 18, to elect a successor tho 7th infantry and two troops ol University of Kentucky Victor!; ngressman Evan Settle, deceased, cavalry are with Gen. MacArthur be- Central Louisville", Ky., Nov. 21. XV. low Dagupan. Ira Julllan. of this city, and Sleeps Coffins, Cnsket9y Linen Bo3oms, .Gu(Ts Gen. Wheeler has decided not to re- - tain, Ferry park Monday tlw . , of. Lexlng- ftMuUlgan; and Collars. Can Metallic Caskets , ,, - . - t.-T .univeraUfi, vcti t. ter!toT-PrcsldoMcKinleywitlva re-- - edUVashlngtaiTantULee "uhiversi candidates. ?rA C71 12.1m M11U AC43r quest that it bo forwarded to tho house Virginia at football by a score oM5 Kentucky Printing Awards. of representatives. In tho courseof 2. The Virginians were outplayed at Fhankfojit, Ky., Nov. 21. Tho' govevery point their only scores being, an interview with a press correspon Orders bu Telegraph or Telephone Promptly Attended to Dau or Nlotit dent ho said: "Congress, if it occupies made on a safety. Eight hundred peo- ernor, auditor, treasurer and secretary of state, who with the attorney gentho first day of tho session in ple saw tho game. eral, compose the state board of printpassing a resolution declaring in unA Shooting In Clay County. ing, Monday and awarded tho sovereignty mistakable terms that the Lexington, Ky., Nov. 21. At Bengo-tow- state met printing, first and third classes, of tho United States is to bo maintainClay county, Monday, Fred ed in the Philippines, thus dispelling Bowling and some friends on ono side to George G. Fetter, of Louisville, and tho tecond-clas- s to Bradley & Gilbert Agulnaldo's delusion that the and six Lcslio county men on the othA. C. Montenegro, of can assist him, will bo per- er engaged in a difficulty, which re- of Louisville. forming a sacred duty. Such a. resolu sulted in the shooting and serious Louisville, and tho Record Co., of tion would save tho lives of many wounding of two of tho Lcslio county Bardstown, both had In much lower American soldiers and thousands of men by Bowling and his friends. No bids than Fetter, but were turned down. Fetter is the present state deluded Filipinos, would avert famine, arrests havo been made. printer. desolation from these issuffering and 1 the I'luco a Date. Chairman Pryor Sugg-eito Unjr Sheriff's Deputy Arm ted. lands, and would render unnecessary Fiunkfort, Ky., Nov. 19. Chairman Lexinoton, Ky., Nov. 2L Claud Hos. tho expenditure of hundreds of milPryor, of tho state election commis- worth, brother 0! Sheriff Henry Drugs, Medicines, lions of dollars." and a deputy in his office, was Tho pcoplo on Cotta Bato, on tho sion, has written the other members t I lUINCKI, Vl- JCWCLKI, Ol A southwestern coast of tho island of the board suggesting that they meet arrested Monday by Deputy United gars Tobaccos, Mindanao, desire the establishment of hero on Monday, November 27, if agree- States Marshal Con McCarty on American government there, and havo able, to canvass tho returns in tho re- a warrant with charging him Paints and Oils. 8 addressed a petition to Gen. Otis ask- cent state elections. He is of tho preventing the holding of an Call when la C. C. DAVIS & CO., opinion that all tho official returns election in the Bell's school house Town. ing him to send troops. bo in by that time, Two columns, ono from Imus and will precinct No voto was taken In that Mt. Vernon, Ky. the other from Bacoor, converged on Lott Her Life to bare Her limband'a. j, J precinct, the contention being over tho tho Zapote bridge, whoro they found a Paducait, Ky., Nov. 19. Mrs. F. W. admission of inspectors. deserted Filipino camp. Stokes was trying to lead her blind Distiller Acqaitleil. Two troops of the 4th cavalry, four husband cross a railroad track at HolCvnthiana, Ky., Nov. 19. James W. companies of tho 4th infantry and two low Rock junction, when sho was guns of Capt. Riley's battery proceed- struck by a N. C. & St L. train and Meglbben, the blp dts'lllcr, charged with duplicating warehouse receipts, ed to Auaboo, south of Imus, and came killed. Sho was GO years old. Her was acquitted Friday. The other ln upon tho enemy entrenched at that husband escaped unhurt dlctments against Mr. Megibben were point They scattered tho Filipinos, quashed. Kicaped From the Asylum. but as the latter were subsequently reClothing Store Looted. Middlesdoro, Ky. Nov. 18. An old inforced, tho Americans returned to Paws, ICy Nov. 18. Burglars efmen be- woman, well dressed, was arrested Imus under fire, seven of our Our scouts found 15 here, and gave her name as Emily Bry- fected an entrance through a cellar ing wounded. ant, of Fleming county. Sho acknowl- window of J. W. Davis & Co.'s clothdead insurgents at Anaboo. Thirty insurgents, under a major, edged escaping from the Lexington In- ing store and looted tho place. Several escaped from Bayambang Sunday sane asylum, where" sho had been an hundred dollars' worth of clothing wai taken. No clow. about ten minutes before tho Ameri- inmate for five years. Others, it is said, threw cans entered. Pardoned by Ilradley. Moontlilno Whisky ISurneil. P. H. Oollior, M. D. Blmoro, J. Hockwq their guns into the river and now play Fbankfort, Ky., Nov. 21. Gov. Tine Knot, Ky., Nov. 13. At Tow-wad- , J, W. Hnyden, W.Hill, Walton, J. S. H Baughman, W. A. Tribblo, S T. Harrii F. Bold, T. P. tho rolo of amlgos. Many Spanish Bradley pardoned D. B. Volandlng-ham- , a hut whero moonshine whisky and M. J. Miller. prisoners, escaped from the Filipinos, of Bath county, sentenced to one was sold, was burned by Incendiaries. aro at Bayambang, among them tho year of imprisonment for forgery. Tho place has been tho scene of sevWo solicit tho accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties former governors of tho province Volandingham is in jail at Owlngs-vlll- eral murders. assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to and Zambalcs. There Is of Tarlac having only recontly been conur.. Personal application and correspondence, with a view to She Won the (alt foralso quite a largo colony of business relations, respectfully invited. victed. London, Ky., Nov. 21. In the S50,. collected officers mer insurgent Darned. Horses and luls 000 damage suit of Miss Kate Woods S. blocker, Pros., at that point, including Maj. Jno. J. MoRoberta, Cashier, Monticello, Ky., Nov. 21. W. N. against Attorney Sam II. Kash, foi Ortiz, who acted as interpreter for the A. A. McKinnoy, Ass'fc Cashier. do farmer, near here, breach of promise, a verdict of 85C well to Filipino commission headed by Gen. Stokes, a morning a large Alcjandrlno, who visited Manila in lost by firo Monday and mules, with damages was returned for the plaintiff. barn and nino horses Ortiz has donned the September. machinery and Hotel Sold. Amlgo clothing and announces that he a largo amount of IIopkinsvillk, Ky., Nov. 18. Th tools. Loss 83, 000; no insurance. Reabandoned tho insurrection. has hotel at Cerulean springs was sold cause, incendiarism. Tho Spaniards say that tho new in- ported Thursday by Sam lloyd to R. S. and B. surgent capital is Bengact and that Outlaw Andy Is Captnred. Y. Pool, of Cerulean, for $0,000. Mjddlkbbobo, Ky Nov. 10. Sheriff the American prisoners aro at Camitln. Held to tho Circuit Court. They roport having seen Lieut Broughton has been wired that Andy and his party in tho north. Lebanon, Ky., Nov. 18. Amoi liar-risoWatson, tho noted outlaw, charged Everything: lu who shot and killed Hluford with rapo, murder, arson and burglary, Nineteen Yoari In Prison. has been captured and is held in Nor- Kinnett at Dradfordsvllle, was ThursNew York, Nov. 21. Recorder Goff ton, Va. There is 8500 reward for him. day held to the circuit court, handed down an opinion and decision Kentucky River Open. Kentuoky Coal .Mine SoliL in general sessions court Monday deLondon, Ky., Nov. Si. Pino IH'.l Fbankkokt, Ky., Nov. 21. Capt II. nying a new trial to William E. A. Itfoore, convicted bomo months ago of F. Hodges, U. S. A., In charge of the coal mine, the first ever operated in "badgering" Martin Mahon, of "The repairs at Dam No. 3. Kentucky river,. southern li'entucky, has been boujrht New Amsterdam hotel" and sentenced announces that navigation will be re- by Messrs Walsh and Ilarris and will QPOPS AT LIVING PRICES, sumed on the 20th,' begin optJAtlc-B- in a ier days. o 19 years in prison, Al-V, ..!ll Capital $100,000. STANFORD, KY., X- Successors to Farmers Bank and Trust 60., a, DIEECTOES. E W, ir ' . W. M, Bright, Asst. Cashier. S. H. Shanks, President. J. B. Owsley, Cashier. Sun-Stat- es WILLIS GRIFFIN, 3 Practical undertaker Man-galaro- Funeral Director. and MT. VERNON, KY. Furnish Robe, sw&as? JSSEtar ; n, GREEN FRONT DRUG STORE Patent and Bos-wort- h, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Capital StocK, $100,000. Surplus, $17,320, a DIRECTORS: e, J. GO TO JOHAS MeKENZIE MT. VERNON. KY., For Gil-mo- re Bry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, General Merchandise. ., s m$T . . . tiauuwujiwi"i. ""J""g'"sgg"g"g"a'3"-'gsgs"i---- " J 4r,,l in ,... ' in LTjCMzgmtwaarMUogiipiBpTX; MtVenio a Friday, Published every Signal Friday by Nov. 24 1899. JAMES MARlil SUBSCRIPTION ONM YttAK $I.OO Advertising rates made ktiown on application Tim good people of Lexington should administer to the Hon. Charley Bronston the cold contents of a squirt gun, then put him to bed and cover up his head. Tine political undertakers have given Col. W. C. Polkud Btcckiu-ridg- e some embalming fluid which make him look more, but we will wager you an old, worn-odirty sock against the little end of nothing that he will never warm a scat in Cougress again. life-like, ,.C,rr In rajinf a.m u.oc v, i..w.i nnri watlt unmpour wives and :iii(i lipim r t , , ' ciujurcnr TlieWonest voters of couldn t help themselves. yi Yet, both parties, niidthej constitute various Cotnmissioueis have been the majority, wJuuniotlung hut an forced, by judicial proceedings, houcat count. xtndBHif ssUauce of which you all know, but which our the certificate ''"W.tlic candidates local speakers said didn t- exist, to legally elected fupjen wllr ' holler certify the vote of their county, before yo'u are ?hi'' Why stameven in the face of glaring frauds. pede across theJltiridsre before we The reason why so many people be-- i reach it? Such; reils have ,110 lieve such unmanly misrepresenta- terror for brav They pass men ., . .:wnit tions, is that, through ignorance ., uiem as me lctieiyaporiiigs of cow aud piejudice they refuse to read or ards whom theylrespect not. Senahear both sides. tor Goebel has eep charged with many things proveH.to he untiue both by preachers and lavmen. Tim indignation meeting of last But thank God&he was never Monday, planned, organized and charged with Hviug with another led by a few impetu 1, .u, r,fti r,.-- ' I'fiiiiiL Liit uitT 11- - It will not be a surprise to any who are at all familar with the good qualities of Chamberlain's to know that Cough Remedy, take pleasure in people everwhere relating their experience ill the use of that splendid medicine and in telling of the ben fit they have received from it, of had colds it has cured, of threatened attacks of of pnumonia it has averted and of ihe children it has saved. It is Kor sale a grand, good medicine, by Theo. Wesley, Ml. Vsriion Ky. BRODHUAD. Mr. Dave Holmau aud ,Miss Slaughter, of Crab Orcharn; were Mrs. Holdmau,' Sun- visiting day. " Aejfe. LlUl.,.V JIttMfl ZTrrT,ijr M, CO L LYER & O WJK NS UNDERTAKERS Caskets, Coffins, Robes, etc., kep in stock. Orders by mail, tele graph, telephone promptly filled For Family and Medical You Want U The BRODHEAO. KV ' hot-heade- d, ut By the death of Hon. Evan E Settle, of "Sweet Owen," Kentucky lo.es her ablest and roost brilliant Congressman, a learned lawyer, a chaste and bciutiful speaker. His brilliant career was not an accident, bu had its origin and strength in a strong, noble nature. His intellect was strong his mind de- 3 Pl J and comprehensive; and excited partisans. Rockscended with the eagle's flight castle we are sorry to say has borne upon its object a.n? seized and a bad reputation in the past. mastered it; his thoughts ivcre as Now, Sts at a time when we are strivclear as a ray of light and his rea- ing to get out of the old rut and sons were as strong as steel. His place our county where it ought to liie was valuable, because of its exB. J. Bethurutn came down from and should be a lot of men, yea, ample; the world is better for his some of whom were even professed By virtue of taxesfdue me as sher Mt. Vernon. Saturday last. It is living; and manhood is elevated by church members, vlio should be iff of RockcastleXCo, Ky., I, or one reported that he was here in the the record that he' has left for its teaching the'doctrine of "peace on of my deputic.vwill sell at the interest ot the meeting winch was guidance Monday to in earth, ar.d good will to men," to front rloor of the jjSourt house, in held at Mt. Vcauon, timidate the Election Commission -fly Jinto an organized fury and Mc Vernon, Ky, o;he4th Monday .CALL ON This 1,185 votes cast in Nelson threaten their neighbors, who are of December i899fjetween hours ers at Frankfort iu the discharge of their duty. '? It is amusing to county for W. P. Tavlor should as courageous as themselves, causes of 10 a. in. and 3 ni. at public have been and were counted for the blush of shame to mantle the out cry to the hifihfist bidder for note the extremes to which some W. S. Taylor. The ballots were cheek of every lover ot peace .Mid cash in hand the fdlov, ing describ- little fellows go. propsrlv and legally prepared with those who even believe in quiet, ed lands, or a sufficient part thereof Bio. Allen, of Danville, is con that exception. We are in favor conservative action aud fair play- to satisfy the Sutufjd county tax ducting a meeting at the Christian tj. ", i of honest elections and , there is no to all The part of the resolutions lor 1095, Ha9& , v church l nJMwK' sound'reason-whytb.Vfi. Mrs, Jas. Crawford was visiting refc'RiE-RsJLLvptcshould Teterhnfto Senator Goebel a's rr 4ClS'Si"' DISTRIC'f jf,ND. 5. not be counted tor Geit. 1 aylor vicious and slimy'serpeut, then as 11 at Mt. Vernon this week. firmness and f. tir an But with equal 498 acres of laud listed and tyrant. Miss Ella Dunn has. returned ness. we contend that the vote of still further on"as atnonster, ,. came iu natneof J. L. Arholdnear irom a visit to friends at Danville. Kuoxand Johnson counties should from the venomedpenof lho:e who est resident, W, G J&iyne. JR&. not be counted at all. In other were never cultured enough ,to b Tax and cost snn, het Mrs. Simpson and words, all ballots printed on tissue r,tue men. They are to be pitted Same for yeat iSc(v of Lancaster, were visiting John, paper, or on paper so thin that in their ignorance, So blind are Same for year 189 ??r3 Miss Thurman Saturday and Suu- any challenger or officer of electi or they that no virtue wns ever found Iday, No. 1. fancy patent flour at S. Boys' huits made to order for One acre ot land Iistc could tell for whom the! person in any opposition. The horizon of $3,75 and up. See my line of sam- W. Davis for 55c aud Belle of ' voted by reason of the thinness of their understanding is so narrow name of Cottengttn.Wearest ORLANDO S. W. I) .wis. ples, the paper, should he thrown out, that they hive had few questions resident, G. W. DoneffiTa::,, For Hoarsnbss. .. 3 34 as the ballot at once ceases to to grapple with and to themithere aud cost Ar H. Thurtiess; Mgr. Wills Geo A. Pontius, Upper Sandusbe'a secret one as was intended was but one side. Why should Singleton lost a fat hog aud Creek Coal Co , Buffalo, Ohio, P. P. ky, O., writes: I have been using 40 acres of laud listed iu by tli s law. It is immaterial tons such a ten bushels of corn a few nights writes: I have been affected with Folej 's Honey and Tar for sore e resolution be pass- name of Herod Johnson,-neares- t whether such b'tllots were cast for ed? Has Gen. Taylor been fraudago; the party taking the hog Kidney aud Bladder trouble for throat and hoarsttess and find it resident, JohuXhvens years, passing gravel or stones, Mr. Goebd or Mr. Taylor, they ulently counted out and Mr. GoeI ever tried. It accompanied by excruciating pains. the best remedy .kvft...;... 3 70 killed it iu the pen, Tax and cost should not be counted. bel counted in? Neither have been medicines only gave tempor- stopped the cough immediately aud Messrs. Tate, Griffin aud Nicely Other relieved all soreness. declared elected. The .Boardhas 50 acres of laud listed in raided in this community Sunday ary relief, Afcer taking Foley's &. Co , Mt. Vernon, C. Kidney Cure, the result was sur Dr, C. Davis Somk of our Republican breth not even met, thatjissues.ithe cer- name Clay lackson.iiiearest night, making four arrests. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros prising. A few doses started the T ring were as prolific in their tificate of election. Owens. Tax The", meeting resident. J Livingston. ' Thomas Nicely's horse slipped brick dust, little fine stones etc. misstatements on campaign issues was simply a foolish freak of fool- aud cost..., 50 his bridle here Saturday night and and now I have no pain across my as the poor man is of children. ish men whose unbridled prejudice r :iWiit( Kidneys and feel like a new man. A t.icc line of ladies capes at 20 acres 01 Hi went trdmping on the railroad. Foley's Kidney Cures has done Some of our local talent or want and passion ride rampant over name of Mark Morns, near$1.25 up to $3. at Houk &S011. The result was'he got hit, but not me $1000 worth of good. of talent declared through ignor- their better judgment. Before est resident, W. Ill' Morris killed. C C. Davis Co., Mt. Vernon; ance or a willful desire to misstep-resen- t that elderly' gentleman, Judge Col Tax aud cost Dr, Clark, Brodhead; Ilagan Bros. 30 that in the Chinu Book er "rides in blood up to his horses John Anderson accidcntlly cut Livingston. 40 acres of laud listed in Bill the seven Commissioners mane;" e'er the representatie himself in the thigh with a pock-knif- e could sit itt sessio 1 365 days in elect starts sailing to Frankfort name of Boone FMetcalf, Sunday inflicting a very each year at a cost to the State of over au ocean of huiitau gore, while nearest resident, W. 'M. dangerous wound. Call and see my magnificent line H'f Bruminet. Tax as cost... 4 45 $5 per day and actual expenses Captain Evans, Msj. Mclvinley's of fall and winter samples now Jno. Helton has moved to the but when you refer to the law you bosom friend and law associate Men's suits made 3 acres of liuul tdHJn farm bought from B. Ball; Jas. for inspection. find that they can not remain in is putting his Basdor-phe- r made to order at 810 and up on uniform name of J. Iv. Owen? Hamm has moved into the "session louger than twenty-day- s and girdling 'his loins with est resident, II Johnson. S. W. Davis. property; Frank Mnllius has Ays The made the same glittering swords, we desire to Tax and cost,.. 50 moved in J. B. Owens' property. harangue about Commissioners in impart this startling information B. II. Ball has moved on Chandler's 55 ccrrs land A AVONDENFUL DISCOVERY the election l,iw, yet the law itself there will be 110 resort to arms or name of Thomas farm; I.otiis BlII has moved to Win tRector, plainly says tint no Commissioner armed violence. There will be no Not only cures, but it keeps well try Fish's farm, Win, Lovell has nearest resident, vSjUBSliell. shall receive more than $20 in any revolution or rebellion. The Tax and cost The rest of Is sold by an organized company of moved to Pine Hill. KfreS- -f v 55 aiming" tr one year, Instead of being ovei peaceful channels of the law are fV us are getting ready to immigrate. responsible business men and has i Haute fo Ymss iMErvcu 50 acres ot laud ljsttBKin t1if fnrlrrsniptil- nf ilimiennrlu ni $12,00.), per year, the cost of the still, thank God, accessable and s Do VOIl fc.s mtai us .AM 1. 1... J j uau lot a cno uy nre n lew Commissioners in this county they will be found both open and name ot jolin bit tfrauear- jthree tlntOllHl.ln. aml noled pcop,e CIcJgylnen n mvrnf ovnr..,n Xulfor.a? nights stnees ult est neighbor, Sinr' Kflley. for last year was only $16. Inu- sufficient. throughout the country. We speak ., ut i;u.i ar. r.n. it tnsy r.re cpi ro Your resolutions will innnly i.!.ayicomn t!i ,' who has been of that wonderful litlnotly i i'tnoorrens dlccriler of Hi of this statement, lall, as they decrve to, still born. Tax and cost tile truthtulluess W. P. Chestnut, Instrument lescnt. mcautraal organ racun health anil U '.'J ii. we refer you to the allowance mad They ate repulsive, even to Requite sick is slowiy' improving. Electropoisc, and ask your careful 125 acres of land by the Fiscal Court, in last month, publicans, many of whom opeu'y 11a jtc of Hiram Cnfiny iu to the cures examination Bill Bttford ia much better. the record of which is kept by M, condemn uich uncalled for and it has wrought. Col A. P. Nunally est resident, Robert1! Mrs. Davidson is veri sick. Wffss C. Miller. thejClerk of that Court. of the Chicage, writes proceedings. Why be so Tax and cost . 90 " Another argument, or rather false and unreasonable in E. B. Laugford and Chesley "Nearly three years experience riokj women beautiful and bonlthv. 50 acres of lair! listed! Ii sltl'iCG .!. the rooL of nil ...fir repreeutation, was that there was speech and resolutions as to even name of Sam Payne left for Laurel county, Sun- with Electropoisc only confirms JohnsM Son Ulierc is no appeal, but they have found openly declare that you will take the truth of your claims. I say to trouble. nche cr nain110 menstruc .:ot day. which It viii Rockcastle river. laxl landv' my friends that this instrument is cunt. It 13 for the budding girl, tho out since the election, because Billy up guns? Does not that set a bad cost inisy wilo ouu the matron approaching Breckinridge snys that there is sn example before the already excited fimnr Cnr onr iDaa a most wonderful invention aud I tks change of life. At every w aw HOW To PRUTBNT A COLD. wtu 1UU11 r777..wn. J MMmraltappeal and that if Taylor is count boys of our count? Does not that would not part with mine ifi could ciisii in a woman's life it lcinRS After exposure, or when you 100 acres of land listMp' r... hC0S13 ed out they will appeal it to the incite them against their neighbor $,.,! u.. ,u, gucn.1Uli rtropito and liappmcu. not get another, j,r.oo ot rwiictno dealers, feel a cold coining on take a do&e , . r T7. I..: Supreme Court of the United boys? Will it not create ii the unttieofD. M. SirfeegmK It um uijut. jtviiij; iciicrs uoin people n i'u.Mmt.-uik- ; . jjivirii,' nymp" of Foley's Honey nnd Tar. fins, U .'W?8w't 75 never fails and will prevent pneu- who Invo boon MirPn 1V T?lpfm. V !V r'ti(t Still another statement, nreast of men n desire for blood? Tax and cost States. yuepartmo-.t''4,v" S Th - Ciw'.t tic- -j monia orcotnusumplioii if taken in poise. ELECTROPOI.SE CO., Jle tcin rA rh ta equally fulse, was that after the Does it not have the tcndeticj to ....w v., W. G SBrafef'. T filsnooga, .. Davis & Co., C. C. rime. . r., 7Vi. . people cast their vote the Comity! arouse our citizens to deeds of T. Louisville rwy Mt Vernpn; Dr. Clark, HrudljencI; 513 Fourth Avenue. 9 r.invis, or ooutv jniriKav."; iLir. r,(nii'. was IroubltJ rt i ' ' a 5V- . Cjmmissiouers could pay no at te violehce and thereby bring misery, Ky. i'j ,.. h t. n4Mu T.flnu Ii mi Ii "i IJogan Bros. "Livingston. Lrt Iji-- ttta MOUtely reuav.iluy . Mi a ous, narrow minded politicians, would have been laughable had it not been so incendiary. We speak plainly, but what we say "."hall be more in sorrow than in anger. The majority of those pi esent were good meaning men, but they have been lashed into an insane conition by a few of the party leaders, whose bread, meat and clothing, as they think, depend upon the abuse, slander and vilification of Democrats and even Republicans, if they have the courage to oppose them. The men who sat in the seats and simply stood up and voted, do not deserve as severe a rebuke a- they who drew the resolutions and by incendiary speeches played upon the passions ot embit-tf.rd- d - man':, wife imSppen violation of human and divine law aud finally indicted in theJcbtftts of his county for living 'jlu 'adultery. Nor was he ever chnrgeu with torging his ueighbor'snmmg to" an instrument of writing 6r charged with libeling a fellow'! .couiitiyniaii." You can't say iSj.irhicl: for. some of his malicners. " Eel! us go to work to make an honest living for Betsy and the babies. V t,ovc our neigh-tor- s rs ourselves; bSar one another's burden. Talk aboufJjicauty of Christ and him crucifiedTtud wc will be happier, our home, will be more heaveu like andjounlboys will rise to a. plane. God speed the doy'vUien it will all come! granderi-aatRTiiobler The four week's old infant of Ezra Bhivell died Sunday. Hugh Martiu of graded school Junction City, paid a visit to home folks Sunday. EdNewland, of this place, and Miss Bettic Anderson, of Boyle, wete married last Thursday at the home of the bride. Bro. Hendricksou ts 111 town this week on business. Constable O. F. Ilannn was here Tuesday. cojisPRwr, NELSON OUNTY . . SOUR MASH Sold Direct from Distillery. 3 year old at $2.00 per Gallon, 6 year old at $2.50 per Gallon, 10 Finest WHISKEY Jug and Bottle Trade Solicited. GETHSEMANE, year old at $3.00 per Gallon, J. B. DANT, Distiller, tY. J r Laud SaMibr I Taxes. Capt. A. Evans aud Jim Durham of this place and Bill Prcwitt, of Negro creek, attended the "in- Come to see us. Will sell you honest goods at fair prices. dignalion" meeting at Mt. Vernon, ASH AND SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. Monday. Most all the Republi cans declined to countenance the K indignation scheme SO General Merchandise &jy tf"ft W H HAV6 xs M. Vh, tef DEAEERS IN r'ZOd Main and Church MT. VERNON, For Pore Drags p, TWO. WESLE0 Y - ! PHYSSCIAN'S PRESCRIPTfOMP , at irou-haude- as d At a hours, clay or nigkl CDMPOUNDED.; Mt. Vernon, Ky. ?&;., war-lik- -- . 365-da- y .$&... l.edrm r rsfiit$ 1s S SIrI 1? ! 1 . I .' - out-of-pla- &a&.;' tn-'o- r Inter-Ocea- a? &8akS hot-heade- d I ... nmc. - ." ! .,-,- ii rf. ',? Fl - .1 tc, v; u.mi v lu-r- ". 1. ' -f ryrT.tf. .nT,rlTjai i'X W ' . if-S"- " " yarta-t- y "TTnnf5jflrtTjgTjTjVrrffirf: Jrts ttBxrveCKoni6exasuii 3it?L, "4?, i - Mt, Vernon Signal ssc Mt. Vernon. Ky., Nov. T58&ES8 EiGliT-To- ns Rev. Mills closed his meeting baledtfmothy liny at christian church Tuesday night for sale. W.'o Hiattf on account of sickness in his family Alt. VcrnoiV.";'. ' y Rickels'has moved to town. Hay. In any quantity. 24, 1899 n Wanted tie makers. fit it r;.? & .. S . t'J-- life4;.- f 3v ... : y. - . l it I i A- - e Sfc . m i - t re , duce for dry goods, tin Do you. or will ou need hay? tuall notUr or Ladies aud Misses lints, call juul Tip & Harry Bruce, Danville, Ky., Mt. Vernon Ky. if smracsc see me. A.. Bryant, J ate "the people." Wiite 'em. , J. C. Allen and old and respected ' ,i. Oct 20 21110. christian gentleman dropped dead Mr L. M. Honk died WednesOur Fall mul Wintor stock of Dry Goods, Boots a at his home in Livingston Sunday Fok SALii Payii'K rtgtatuant in day night at 11 o'clock, of connight. in Louisville doing 'larger business sumption and will be buried this Shoes are com ins in ovorv day, $950 Suitable for ladyrrjgetitlenian attertioon, nearMaretburg, by the Squire Gatliff, J. A. Hammond, In our Dry Goods Department we have LOUfc3VILLC & rUsHviLtc R.H. Co. Full invetigatiou side of his faithful and devoted wife in G. Leece, A. K. McCleary, Jones to manage. courted; Address for' particulars who preceded him to her heavenly that you need and as cheap can be sold anywhere, I, & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Fish and Sam Ward were here P. O. qox It home, some four years ago. After 476 Louisvjfle Our Boot and Shoo Department is complete with tke Monday. Bay Mail North his wife's death he moved with his 11:05.3 in you best and most stylish boots and shoes made. Wli9 Say Mail South . 1:57 p m - The American Woolen Mills Co. To those who knevf that courtly childieu to his fathcr.s Mr. James Jfigkt Ex. North Ilouk, Sr., whero hv has since want a good boot or shoo come to us. 1:32am West Side Bldg. Chicago,. 111. is a gentlemen, A. W. Haftl of BfigktEr. South. 1:44 am good firm to get your clothing hi3 untimely deahPiJa?t 'Fri- lived and whcie he died. Our Grocery Department is also complete with Mn fiom. J. A. Landrum, Agent; day night was a source f sincere Houk was once deputy sheriff of fresh goods. In fact, if you want anything to .eat and wea ' A Mercer county man has a Pol 1 egret. He possessed ,'ajl the at- this county under his father and come to us. and China hog, three ears old, tributes of a perlect j man the afterwards made the race for shervuAsornc. & noblest work of GoU. Natuie iff For nearly two years he has weighs over a thousand Aiklaxt Lodge Sfo, 640 meets 2rd Mou that fund. blessed him with winning ways been trustee of the Jury pounds. ij 1C Am. V. A. Pennington, D. D. S.; M. 1. having been appointed to that po which gains affections and assures Danville Slcam Laundry first se W. R. Tuggle returned from remembrance. sition by Judge Morrow. For class work. Represented in Mt. He leaves behind CHURCHES. DENT8T, Tennessee Wednesday night with the finest heritage ever-- bequeathed several years he was in goods busi Ckriutti Wlds nervicfs 1st &3rl Sunday Vernon by D. S. Purdom, the Bar a lot of 8oo lb. stcees which were to widow at 11cm. and atC:30p. ni. and and orphans a ness with his father and at the time ber, tf N W Cor. Third and Chestnut ate. bought at 3cls. a member a stainless and untarnished name. oi Ins death he was fmkyterlan Holds trrrlcei on the 1th LOUISVILLE. KY. Lion Coffee 10 cents per pouud Cnday of the firm of Houk & Sou. Many Moses Edwards' of Jackson Will be at Miller House, years ago he joined the Christian at S. W. Davis". Gold Dust washBaptitt Church Serylpes on the Becond county was acquitted before ComVernon during all Circuit Courts. The eight Road ComnuVsioners church. He married Miss Alice ing powder 5e per package. Suuday missioner White, ol a charge of iel ' ami Sunday. atnrday nielli sts Prayer m every Sunday. of the county met, last. Saturday, Cravvfcrd, a daughter of James Bclicelat I ing liquor, Tuesday. Mtittas n Tnnday ni'hU. R. G.WILLIAMS, and made the yearly allowances Crawford, by whom he had fseven don't risk your life. G. W. Evans a prominent farmer to the vaiioiih overseers It is a children-fo- ur Many of your friends, or people boys aud 3 girls. Mr at-La- w A of the Preaclierville locality came matter of pi idc tothe "citizens of Ilouk held $4,000 insurance on his whom 3011 know of have contractLOCAL and OTHERWISE. ed consumption, pneumonia or othup Monday, to vist the family of G. Rockcastle to witness ih'the last life for the benefit KY, MT. VERNON. of his chidreu. W. McClure his relatives. two years, such a vast" improve- Me was a splendid citizen; au up er fatal diseases by neglect of a Foley's cold or cough. Mrs. Georgia Rice is in Stanford. W. J. Sparks, and W. A. Glaze-broo- b ment iu our county roads and much right -Christian; and a business Honey aud Tar, a safe, sure and . .1. credit is due thn Commissioners. .aiau; ftvnoving and devoted father pleasant cough medicine, would Will McClary is in "Louisville of Louiville spent The law is being strictlynforced, aud'aAender husband. have saved them this week , . of days with friend Allen Hiatt and Attorney-at-L,- a C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon; but even though the overseer comZ. Emerii:k says he will now kill put in their time hunting quail. Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros., plies with the la,v, yet frequently What a Well-KnowRailroad Livingston. a hog and raise a flag. MT, VERNON, KY. The Harrodsburg Democrat he does not have the Man and Resident of Lima propf r idea as Squire Ashley Owens went to notes the sales of 90 barrels of corn to the best way to thinks of Foley's Kidney build Up- our For Rent; a house of 3 rooms on Meuchats. Send your proCure. Louisville Monday. at $1 75 per barrel; 24 long year roads and fails to get the proper I have been troubled a great duce to A. E. Albright & Co , No. Newcomb avenue Mt. Vernon apply Dan Holmau was here trom ling mules at $64, aud 20 at $70. amouut of work out of' the road deal with backache. 1 wasjinduced at Signal office. 40 East Court street, Cincinnati 3t The'-fwo- " Crab Orchard. Tuesday. road graders to try Foley's Kidney Cure, and ' Prof. J. S. Reppert, the Knightly hands. J mil Don't forger the pure Candy G. W. McClure. W. J. Gilmore of Danville is Prince of Ravvnwood ' was bought this; yeart are proving the one bottle entirely relieved me. I J. W. Brow. v.ery thing needed and tlic people gladly recommend ,it to any one made by S- - W. Davis. visiting relatives here. with us Saturday. Would that McCLURE & BROWN are thoroughly realizing the grsat especially mv freinds among the J. V. McKiuzie has moved to the Rockcastle had many more such benefits to be derived therefrom. train men, who arc usually similarEVERYBODY LOOK. citizens. vv, ly afflicted. Brady farm near Rowland. With such men an we now have in Geo. Hauseu, Engineer' on L. E. I am selling the Singer Sewing Mt. Vernon, Ky. Horace Edwards was held over charge, we are Robert Cox, on church street, confident that & W. R. R. R. Machine on easy terms and keep all C. C. Davis & Co. Mt. Vernon; will pay cash foJ produce. Call on before Judge Williams on charge of the roads will even gift belter, All business entrusted to our care kinds ofsewing machine needles oil having cut the throats of eleven smoother aud more solid. Next Dr. Clark, Brodhead Hagan Bios., him. ' bauds, shuttles, atid everything will receive prompt attention. Livingston. R.M.Jackson, president Natio- - geese belonging to Mrs. Sidney year, more grading wi LbS&nt.nc; that belongs to a sewing machine, Office ouMatn street ,. more .fences set back .rr. ..,vualjBnuk of,London was hete Sun McClure. ." f.. 'AMHjiScnd nedlcs'by uiaUtomnvad' . , . s ' ; r t ,. A big cut in saddlesand liaruesa ? uiuKcii iiuer aim mor rgravei useo. day. less. I also clean and repair all kinds Wanted Crossties at Mt. Ver-nuat' S. W, Davis'. WILLIAMS, ol machines. You can see tue here Vice President Hobart died at Pine Hill and convenient ever Saturday. W- M- Owen Attorney-at-Lahis new Jersey home, Tuesday mor places between those points. Will Messrs. R. L. Hubble,' Jesse Mt Vernon Ky BAISM CHAJinCRLAIN'S PAIN ning. pay 30 and 15 and Sam Embry, Jr., three Mt Vernon Ky. Cukks Others Why Quarry Co. worthy Democrats, of Lincoln, County clerk M. C. Miller has 011 2nd floor of new Not You? Suits mae'e to order, a fit guar brick Mt. Vernon Ky, tf. were arrested Wednesday by Maron Church street. Special our thanks for possom and sweet My wife has been uing Chamber anteed, from $7.50 up Houk attention given to collections. shal Short on a writ from the U. taters. notes the S. Court charging them with a Haiti's Pain Balm with good results &son. The Interior-JournMr. Anderson, an Australian has sales of 2,2000 turkeys at6cts. per felony but contained-- , no other for a lame shoulder that has pained opened up a lunch stand at lb; 28 yearling steers at at $16 50 specification. They appeared be- her continually for nine years ? For the best shave or A bunch of yearlings at 4Cts; some fore Commissioner White that same We have tiied all kinds of mediciDR. A. G. LOVELL, hair-cu- t to he had within lb. cattle at 3 cts; 83 steers afternoon and promptly gave bond nes and doctors without receivieg passed down Mrs. M. Schooler Rockcastle go to Purdom Physician and Surgeon"5 cts 52 hogs at 3 cts; 12 for their appeal ance before Judge any benfit frooi any of them. One the Mt Vernon barber. at 4 line Monday on her way to MT VERNON. feeding steers at $3 )8cts; and sev- Evans iu Louisville, on February day we saw an advertisement of Oflic8 North bldeJMxln strec eral lots of corn at $1 75. 16th. The arrest of these elegant this medicine and thought of tryRob't McFprron and sister, Miss Wanted: Wood and coal in ing it. which we did with the best gentlemen, whom we know Georgie, visited home folks at Piue exchange for tuition at Collegiate Myers familiary known as John She has used only is simply the work of jealousy and of satisfaction. Hill, Sunday. To Builders. J. W. Marler Call on Dr, A. E. ''Judge" u amed for Judge spite. one bottle and her shoulder is al- Institute. These men claim that they & Sons now have their mill on on Ewers, Mt. Vernon, Mrs. Dye, of Hustonville has re Johji Fish, one the best men eve have viola'cd no law whatever, most well. Adolpii L Millktt, of the best sites in the county and turned after a visit to family of bor in Rockcastle county, is iu that as election officers, they did 'Manchester, N. H. For sale by frail health "Judge" is a mighty Call and see my line of fahcy are fully prepared to cut bills to Theo Wesley. nothing but their duty, which they Theo. Vyesley order on very short notice. Lumgood boy aud we hope his health groceries and get bargains. are ready and willing Clarence Ferguson is now in the by. ber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon improve at an may materially S. W. Davis It was reported to them that the depot learning the railroad and telMackerel 5c each in Basement. if desired. Give us your orders and early date. charge was keeping ballots out of egraph business. get promnt attention and the best Died at Crab Orchard, Sunday the bnllot box. They are ready to Dan Brown and brother, of LonUSED BY BRITISH SOLMrs. Thomas Riddlemau, Parsh meet that charge, as they are any $42 WORTH OF PRESENTS don were here Sunday to see two mprning, Mrs. Ross, widow of allvillville, Mich, writes- - I was DIERS IN AFRICA Martin Ross and mother of Mrs. A. other one that may be brought troubled witli bait Kliem tor over For 50c worth of work. We ara prettiest girls. of our Capt, C. G. Denuison is well giving away II. Bastiu, of a complication of against them. All they ask is a fair thirteen oears, had tried a number Watches, Bicycles Dr. J. S. Wesley of Lancaster My known all over xVfrica as comman- Sewing Machines. troubles together with old age. trial aud justice. It is true, that ol doctors without relief. Guns &c, to was here Saturday to see his brother by agreement of all the officers, Re- lutsbend bought a box of Banner der of the forces that captured the She made her home with he r introduce our paper., PASTIME Theo, who has been ill. Mr. Salve, which I applied two or three famous rebel Galishe, Under date high class daughter aboved mentioned and publicans and Democrats illustrated family pape: Hubble was selected to hold the times and my bauds began to get Nov. 4, 1897 from Vryburg, Bechu of from a 16 to 32 large pages: 64 J. Argenbright and J. W. Baker was a most excellent woman re- ballots better, in a snort time lliey were analaud, he writes; "Before starthat were challenged He to 128 columns of Choice Good were at Livingston Sunday to hear spected and beloved by all who entirely eured. campaign I did so aud there were 12 in all. No C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon; ting on the last knew her. The burial took place Stories Literature, .Bro. Geo. O.Barnes. Art Humor in Crab Orchard cemetery Monday desire to conceal them was made Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros., bought a quanity of Chamberlain's Letters of Travel in Foreign Lands Colic, Choleia and Diarrhoea Davis and Casper the renovator at 10. because he was the one chosen, as Livingston. &c: &2. Aud all you have to do to which I used myself when Ihe custodian of these- ballots. men have moved their plant tci Livget $42, worth of presents is to get troubled with bowel complaint, ingston from this place. Tilman Gilpin isiu from Gallatin The ballots were not destroyed in If you need" a good printing out- and had given to men, aud in every 20 subsribers at 10c each. Send by any way the number correspond- 10 in stamps for full pat ticulara, The Pine Hill mines are being Cout'ty, He is accompanied Shafer a professional to- id exactly with the number of stubs fit, suitable for a small country case it proved mos,t benficial." long list of presents operated by Win. Welsh. There is William and our paper, Washington hand For sale by Theo. Wesley. bacco raiser. Mr. Sliafer came heie When the time came to count paper; 7 column PASTIME for 6mouths Address no belter c:al on the line. press for less than half what it to inspect the soil aud ascertain if the vote the custodiau produced THE PASTIME Louisville Ky. cost, Address S. W. Davis, C atroii is attending court Henry Short Houns For Sale. I have it is suitable for tlie culture of'the the challenged ballots and on moMt, Vernon, Ky. two red Short Horn bulls lor sale. at Somerset, where Collier is Being weed, He pronounces it salisfact- - tion of John J. McRobetts, a Re- i,publican the ballots were sealed up E. P, Woods, tried for the killing of Jack Catron. tory aud says if he receives proper, MMit on before the Countv Stanford, Ky. from the people he Theo. Wesley, the druggist, hasjt'ucouragemcut If you want your watch or clock in 30 or 40 to Board. It was also iutimated that 1.....1, nn sirk list for 50111c davs and intends bringing cleaned or repaired, spectacles re 'co misers who will cu'tivate the they intimidated negroes, but they J). N. Williams has been running ' SURVE YO R new' spec frames, gold or ' an'cIc autl Vfacu lne science to the know nothing ol that whatever, paired, or COURT CALENDAR. the store. sleel; or glass natives. The Signal has advocated and believe that the testimony of gold filled, nickel or for watch; or any kind of spring for .Countv Court. Fourth Mon witnesses Blackemore the accomad- - jUbt such a move for past three the Republican will Sitn'l day iu each month. Also, an atitg Crab Orchard barber has such years a1(1 &ti!1 fays our people thoroughly exhonerate them if that watch or clock; or new balance Quarterly Court. Fiist Mon- Tailors in Ageut for tho '"cj the worlc1 staff put in watch or pivoting of day in January, April, July and ." a mil of custom he is compelled to sj10Uij lend every encouragement should ba the charge. in The gentlemcli question any kind done; or watch case; or .October. double the size of his shop. possible that will tend to get this in the highest term$of 'our jewelry cleaned and made look Circuit Court. Second Mou earneu oiu reak is visiting his interpnse succe-siuWill Purdom rings cut to fit; or gold aud day in February, Fourth Monday J. H. Albright has'' a dozen or Mr Shafer is visiting various farm'. tlmrslui. W. T. Short, whom", they new; or father has rother here. His tfewt.-them so gentlemanly silver soldering neatly done, call on in May aud Third Monday in Sep more farms of hiswnjwithin a aiul talking matters ovtr with the tembcr. 3 bough mud moved to a farm near fand said to them, thai such.a'prosc- - 5. C. Franklin, at the Signal mile circuit of Brodhead, which he Hickory Grove tine rnunfv Wo CltlZCIlS. 11C !? COIlllHeill Ol WIS w. wj Mt Vkunon Police Court; uudoii was au outrage. will sell or rent. success of his undertaking. i - Office, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Write him at areyglad to welcome them. Third Monday in each month. One hundcrd cross Address, Rockcastle TlP& 7. FLVKKY liKUCE, If You wane to exchjfnge gnu-crus- pro- Danville, Ky. Fair Bnurcilnttbe Ut. Vernvn, Kjr., Toit-affi- Quarry Co., )EA LING cvcrythij C01.-wa- y, m, HOUK SON- I lit ttorney I MS- - - - R L BROWN, w, n - .1 1 A.ttorrie y aatLa , VT'-t- 1 WSk ' v r . - g n, .eC. w, - - Al-vers- on cents-Rockcast- le KB-Off- ice al Brod-hea- Bar-bcrvill- e. ill K. . d i Reui-cda- y, - ut-.- i S. N. j Davis ! Mt. Vernon, K.y. m ay , ts& Brodhead. tf 1 He That Any Good Would Win Should have good health. 'Pure, rich blood Is the first requisite. Hood's SarsapurllU, by giving good blood ind goodbeAlth, has helped ninny am., to success, besides giving strength nd courage to toomen toho, before fafhg it, could not even see my good i i I'fe to turn. Kememoer THE KENTUCKY HUDDLE. Democrats Concede a Majority for Tuylor on the Face of tho ltetum. ltut Uope to Throir Out Louisville Vote. FjiAjfKFOitT, Ky., Nov. 81. Tho dem- 3wod& SaUabttt -- PP - M A.KtAK.'JYHnir.lfFFTKZ.r . . ."v ' I I I I I II P 'I'MI'i i I I I EFFORT WAS WASTED. m Toltl Ills Son n Nice Mttic Story Trlth a Mornl, Hut It Wns tlnnvnlllnir. in dome-ti- c affairs a few davs aco. One of them taid his boy was inclined to devote too much of his time to athletic sports and neglect his studies, while the other found his boy devoting hts energies to master half a dozen different musical instruments, which was the cause of his neglecting duties assigned him to perfonn. "I took the boy aside, said the parent,, "and told him the following story: A crass liopper wasted nil the cheerful days of summer skipping gayly about in the fields and enjoying himself, while the prudent nnt improved each hour by gathering food and toring it away. When winter came, and the thermometer registered in the vicinity of zero, the grasshopper approached the ant for the loan of provisions. "But the ant said: 'What were you doing all summer?' 'Oh, singing and dancing,' 'Oh, well, chop ice said the grasshopper. now,' said the ant, so the hungry grasshopper went away and dropped dead from cold and hunger. I thought the moral of the story was too plain for me to make further comment, and as I was about to leave it with him to think it over the little fellow looked up and said: 'That's all right, pa, but there seems to be Just as many grasscouplo of I 'overheard atheir experience relating .well-knmr- n n hoppers.' ''There was nothing more to say." (Me.) Mail. "How women do love to stare nt a hero!" said the Cynical Youth. "Yep," assented the Savage JJachelor. "That is one reason why they always flock t weddings." Indianapolis Journal. ocratic state campaign committee concedes that Taylor has a majorltyon tho face of tho returns, but bases n hopo of the election of the dcmocratlo ticket on throwing1 out tho vote of Louisville on account of interference of ltradlcy's soldiers, and Johnson and Knox counties, where tissue ballots were used. Tho Kentucky election law plainly provides for a secret ballot, and tho republicans admit that they arc not as well fortified in the defenso of their interests in Johnson and Knox county cases as might be, but do not credit to any extent the democratic claim regarding Louisville, In fact, they assert that should Louisvlllo out on the pretext claimed, they will not stand for it, and that they havo the assurances that Gov. Bradley will back thorn up in rcsistunco which they say Is already fully planned. Goebcl managers Monday announco they will not tako an appeal from tho decision of Judgo Jones at Glasgow, where 1,103 majority of Nelson county votes, erroneousW. P. ly certified for Taylor ordored wero counted for W. S. Taylor. In this state of case, tho vote of Jefferson, Knox and Johnson must bo wiped but to give Goebcl n majority, but his managers, It is believed, nro collecting evidences of alleged fraud in various republican counties, and in this will ask the state election board to throw out those counties. Senator Deboo camo back Monday night and is supposed to bo in direct communication with Gov. Bradley, though ho did not visit tho execuwn tive office. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 3L Tho county board of canvassers adjourned lato Monday afternoon until WednesThe next PrexcTlnt Idii for Clillll day, after having completed tho offiand Fever is a bottlo of Gunre's Tasteless cial count of ballots cast November 7. Chill Tonic. His simplylriinundquininoic ataslclcssform. Novum -- no pay. rrice.SOe' Tho city and county givo Taylor a plurality of 3,413. The work of the board Taslilon mar come and fashion mav no. but the idulgent father of several daughters Monday was the consideration of ten oes right on torover paying large mujinery contested precincts in various parts of ills. Chicago Dispatch. the city which had been passed as tho Five of theso wore count progressed. To Cure n Cold In (Inn l)ny Tako Laxative Bromo Qulnlce Tablets. All thrown out and fivo were counted. druggists refuuumonoylfltff its to euro. 25o. This resulted In a gain of two memA successful man is one who nttiacts so bers of tho legislature by the demomuch attention in the worl 1 that peopU crats. consent to abuse him. Atcliiton Globe. The legislative result in the county now stands one republican senator', llvo republican and three dcmocratlo t representatives. When the county board meets again Wednesday it will bear arguments on tho motion, notlco of which was given several days ago by counsel for the democratic candidates to throw out tho vote of Jefferson county becauso of alleged intimidation by tho stato militia. Democratic newspapor figures now give Taylor a plurality of nearly 3,000 on the state. They show that 3,489 votes are In contest and that Goebcl has a plurality of 037 on tho uncontested votes. 0 &rk$ THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. The Section Kelatlnc to tho War Will lie Held Open na Long na I'ofllblo Other Sections About Finished. Kidneys, Acts gentiv on the Lb ver AND DOWELS MANSES THE 5YSTEM 3rHtAU7- OVERCOMES Lrrtti) BVy THE GENUINE -- MAHT'D By Xauern.aTgpSyrvp(s 0,A" -- N roa sau et in cnuooisii rsia tot 'S, nt Mint UXt section of tho messngo will be hold open ns long as possible, awaiting developments in the Philippines, which may change the status of tho situation almost any day. The other sections of the message aro nearly comploted, but to finish the message before congress meets will call for a large amount of hard work. Owing to this fact It Is probable that tho president will not bo ablo to go to Nashville to participate in tho wolcomo homo of the Tenncsseo regiment. No definlto determination has been made, however. If tho trip Is undertaken It will be made in the briefest practica bio time. Cards. Washinotok, Nov. 21. Tho secretary of war spent over two hours with tho president Monday discussing his annual report," on which report will be based some of the most Important of the president's message to congress. It 1b understood that this scc-tlq- ns clcvrly executed that the average person Untliuntc. would never suspect them of being spurious. Things of grest value are always selected for Tho term "gentleman" always repre- Imitation, notably Hostetter's Stomach Bitsents the total sum of a few qualifica- ters, which has many imitators but no equals dyspepsia, contions which experience has proved to for disorders like indigestion, general stipation, debility. be most useful in the actual state of See that a nervousness and Stamp covers the private Revenue y social life, and represents neck of the bottle. it . qualiilpations that, upon the whole, are A Little Too Soon. not nnturnl artistic qualifications. to experiment with A professor was There ore those who will refuse to ad- laughing gas whengoingoverheard a student he mit that the conception of what a gen- lay that if he were selected for a subiect he tleman is vuries with different epochs would take advantage of his supposed coma he tell the professor and conditions. They will nssert that to When the class what the thought of him. professor anmet the gentleman of a thousand years ago, nounced that he would like, for the purposes of a hundred years ago, is a gentleman of illustration, to administer the gas to some todny and will be one As member of the class. Forthwith this stuto large matters of ethics and conduct, dent volunteered. was connected with his The gas bulb yes j ns to mlnftr matters of behavior, mouth. He pretended to be very much excited and began to abuse the professor We decide that a man is a genno. roundly. The on for tleman by the manner In which he awhile; but theold man let him gothe proclass roared when "wears" In daily existence; in its hap- fessor said he needn't be so irresponsible hazard and promiscuous companion-jhlp- s the. gas had not been turned on yet. Col-HWeekly; ind situations. And social life at present is nn international affair. $100 ItevrnrJ $100. Its Interests are not confined to tho limThe readers of this paper will be pleased ited stages where they would formerly to learn that there is at least one dreaded have been .localized, but move over ex- disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall'i tended surfaces. Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure The gentleman of therefore, known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh is the individual who best adapts him- being a constitutional disease, requires a self to prevailing circumstances by not conttitutidnai treatment. Hall's Catarrh is stopping tho general flow of things Cure the taken internally, acting directly upon blood and mucous surfaces of the with an Intrusion, when not strictly system, thereby destroying the foundation necessary, of his own personality. Ho of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and is the individual who puts no oversensiassisting nature in doing its work. The tive valuation on his personal stan- proprietors have so much faith in its curadards, Interferes little with others, lias tive powers that they offer One Hundred tho silent courage of his own conduct, Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. of testimonials. but no Itch to explain it, or himself, Send for list J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Address F. to impose cither on a preoccupied or Sold by Druggists. 75e. Hall's Family Pills are the best. world that has no time to attend nnd less patience. This, in any case, may, Cnt Story. pass ns a definition of the social sldo ! l ;.l- ttrt.t- - It me ats, aaiu il- - gaunt man wun aI.- - gnz- Anglo-Saxoof what the calls a gctf?1 Ued whiskers, "can comprehend wie human tlemnu; and ns the Anglo-Saxo- n raco sneecli "Got a cat story?" asked the irreverent lias spread over the face of the globe with moro extensively than any other and personhave. the button nose. My daughter was doing a bit been brought in contact with the great- of "I Wagner night before last, and I called est number of peoples under the great- through the door to ask whether it were est diversity of circunwtnnces, It may the or the cat making the noise." fairly be considered no bad Judge of thijj "Well!" "The cat got up, swore vehemently, way to gei mrougu mat complicated walked out and hasn't been seen since." thing, modern life, with the lenst Irri- Indianapolis Journala. tability on all sides nnd the smallest Palace on AVlicela friction. is a somewhat hackneyed term as applied to We of the English tongue, in short, railroad trains, but it accurately describes believe nt present that mnn most ac- the Alton Limited, the newly equipped day ceptable to his fellows, all round, who trains of the Chicago & Alton It. 11. Co. least obtrudes, in personal intercourse, which were placed in daily service between Chicago and St. Louis, November 10. 1809. the insistent personal note. Aline The equipment consists of standard Chicago & Alton passenger locomotive: United Gorrcn, fn Scribncr's. States postal car, sixty-sifeet in length; combination passenger and baggage car, Nnt na Itnitlc na Up Hccinett. combination parlor chair car and coach. Chi It is n little dangerous to take it for cago & Alton parlor chair car; cafe and bufgranted thnt the experiences of a rustic-lookin- g fet smoking car and Pullman parlor observation car, of which is neighbor have been necessari- six incheseach length. The seventy-tw- of feet framing in all ly of the most limited nature. A certhese cars is Pullman standard with Empire tain coirtier of the time of Queen Anno decks, wide vestibules, standard steel platdevice. All of found himself n little nt fault by foiling forms and lights exthe are to recognbe this fact. It was at a stnto cept cars mail lighted with electric passenger the car and combination ceremony and the queen was surround- coach and baggage car, which are lighted ed by a host of gayly dressed courtiers; with Pintsch gas. The windows throughout of uniform the In all tho, comnanv there wns but one the entire train are beinir of thewidth, Pull. Gothic lights above nnw man conspicuous by a totnl lnck4i" JOSn standard. The ornamentation is of spe finery. Ho was attired in the plainest cial design, the color scheme being maroon. used the selection of oi noracspun, nnrt looked like an old Great care has beenfor theininterior, and the nluihcs and woods country farmer. Ho was surveying the lamps, metal furnishings, etc., .are of special brilliant assemblage with evident In- design. It is claimed that there has never terest. To this stranger came n gnyly been built in America a train which has received attention dressed gentleman, who in flippant details as muchThe Alton as to constructive as has Limited. An exfashion Inquired of him whether he had amination of this superb train certainly bears out this claim. ever in Ills life beheld such n spectncle. The old rustic replied, pointing to tho No matter how proud a man feels of a queen: "Never since I snt in her woman's cleverness, he likes to feel that she considers him even more clever than she is chnir." The spenker was Richard Cromwell, son and successor to the protector, herself. Philadelphia Timc3. lie had only occupied the position of Dropsy treated free by Dr. II. II. Green's head of a nation for a very short time. Sons, of Atlanta, Ga. The greatest dropsy in the world. Head their adverHe felt himself unfit for the task before him, and lost no time In resigning. tisement in another column of this paper. Now. after linlf a century, he visited It is only in accord, with the eternal fitWestminster hall in connection with ness of things that the crook should always some legal business. Youth's Com- bo on mischief bent. Chicago Daily News. panion. All goods are alike to PUTNAM FADELESS DYES, as they color all fibers at one Tolltlca n h n IlnMncfta. Agood joke which Congressman John J boiling. Sold by all druggists. 4neit ih Buxposeu xo nave sprung on "lie's a vegetarian, is he?" "Ohi the himself during the recent Mississippi strictest kind. He won't even eat oyster plant." Philadelphia Record. i senatorial campaign is now going the rounds. Ho is reported to have been Piso's Cure cured me of a Throat and telling nbout n- - visit to his old home, Lung trouble of three years' standing. E. where ho met one of the old family serv- Oady, Huntington, Ind., Nov. 12, 1894. to-dnto-da& n x o Still More Counterfeiting. The Swret Service has just unearthed Epoch nntl Conditions Ilnvc Mncn other band of counterfeiters and securedan-a Iaige quantity of bogus bills, which are so to Do vtlth Such a Mural WHAT A GENTLEMAN IS. 6 Personally Conducted I California 1 Excursions your stomach Isbad, yourliver out of order. Ayer's Pills will clean your tongue, cure your dyspepsia, make your liver right. Easy to take, easy to operate. 25c. All druggists. Want your mouitaclie or beard brown or rich Wack f Then uae I C Lookatyourtongue! Iflt'scoated. 5 f 9 5 K Via the Santa Fc Route. Three time n week from Chicago anil Kansas City, Twice a week from St. Paul and Minneapolis. Once a week from St. Z,ouls and lloston, In Improved ruUman tourist steeping cars. Better than ever before, at lowest possible rates. Experienced excursion conductors. Alo dally service between Chicago and California. Correspondence solicited. T. A. fiBADV. g a beautiful hMU N J (fl t BUCKINGHAM'S rtw DYE P Druaqiti. Hail A CO MS '1 H, 'V' J IP rasei. Uoolc of teittmnnlals and DiscovcnTj nDfiE3CiV new relief and curra gives wont LZETTCS I Quick Dr. 11. II OKLEN'S 9 Free lit dnja' treatment SONS, Hoi V, Atlanta, Ua. 9 f Manafcer California TourlitSerTlce, The Atchison, Topefca & Santa re Railway, 109 Adams Street, CHICAGO. .jtf 25o. SAMPLE BOTTLE lOo. FOR NEXT THIRTY DAYS. long have you suffered with . . . How How long Ilave You Bead About "5 Drops" Without Taking Them? Do you not think vou have wasted precious time and suffered enough? If so, then try the "S Drops" and be promptly and permanently cured of your afflictions. "5 Drops" Is a speedy anifSuro Cure fcr Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago (lame back), Kidney Diseases, Asthma, May Fever, Dyspepsia, Catarrh of all kinds, Dronchitls, La drlppe, Headache (nervous or neuralgic). Heart Weakness, Dropsy, Earache, Spasmodic and Catarrhal Croup, Toothache, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Creeping Numbness, Malaria, and kindred diseases. "5 Drops" has cured diseases, than more people during the past four years, of the (.TRADE MARK. all other remedies known, and in case of Rhcunutism Is curing more than all the doctors, patent medlclnes.electric belts and batteries combined, for they cannot cure Chronic Rheumatism. Therefore waste no more valuable time and money, but try "5 Drops" and be promptly CURED. "5 Drops" Is not only the btst medicine, but It Is the cheapest, for a J1.00 bottlo contain 300 doses. Price per bottle, $1.00, prepaid by mall or express, or 6 bottles for JS 00. For the next 30 days we will send a 25c sample FRCQ to anyone sending 10 cents to pay for the mailing. Arents wanted. Write fir w DUCHMATSCIH ? ilflLUiflA. Idl?! . above-name- d SWANSON RHEUMATIC CURE CO., I60-I6- 4 E. LAKE ST- - CHICAGO. writes that the frreatest "Dollar Stretch-- a nOI LAR STRETCHER One Bhe'hM ever found the new and original er method by which J. C. 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Only by oper ating on eucu a uisacaio, togciuer wiia our small profit policy, could such an offering bo possible. Another reason for dliponsln such a bargain broadcast ia tho confidence we feel that very guitar sold will win for ns a per. maneut patron and a friend whoo recommendation wo can count upon. Vie will forward ths guitar to any address C. O. D., inbiect to examination, upon recolpt of 60c. Wc, howovor, advlso tuat cash In full be sent, as that saves return charges for money and wo stand perfectly ready to refund money if the guitar Is not all and moro than wo claim for it. Itomomborour oStja Alp No more, no less, than 5,000 n or walnut finger- m M heads; the top of Guitar is beautifully bound with celluloid) it is strung with a full set of best quality steel springs and is ready to play upon. American patent tin Jd fll which is listed at lowest wholesale prices everything to oat woar and use.is furnish on receipt of only 105 to partly pay vpostage or expre?sage and as evidence lu good id I in die luy is, niuwuu un iia purchase amounting to 19? or above. PUB MONTHLY ORQCERV PRICE LIST FRtE.lfl I'oital Washington, Nov. 21. The postmaster general has ordered that private "Both my wife myself Iinvo using CASOAKETS and they are tho been mailing cards addressed in tho domesand belt medicine we haTO ever bad In tho bouse. Last week my wlto was frantlo with bendacbo for tic malls or to tho Philippines, Guam, two days, sho tried some of your CASOAHET3, Cuba, Porto Rico, Mexico and Canada and they reltoved tho pain In her head almost Immediately. Wo both recommend Cascarets' need not hereafter bear the words Ouas. Stedefoud. "postal card,'' or "carte postol," though Pittsburg Sale & Deposit Co., Pittsburg, P that is still necessary for other postal union countries. 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